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FrM4 fTMB UM Mcvit prim 9f IM Bl(fc(,
Kt MI1I B0 nBB NHf ClNiO
UatU ft tketHMuU rfctafcows Meat ia om
i ortMuoft- mi toe kicaws of tae
la tf tfMHieur t
Or, liimBOhih irkwy,
WB0T8 at Me Weet
tergvoiM paggaat, cokl with
j, mtaer sMe by tkk
we leMiy aiouiiuuae
lie sou! of Beauty hsaatf both heavca and
The very air to life aad joy give birth.
The nodflJay geMen-rod ahince where the dunt
Theroed-cMe araiM has whitened in tie sun.
Dear, faithtut Kowcr, sUll its bloom will trust
Though Nature's hour or b:osoialnir is
"When Winter's frosty inter's pluck its
SUH Is it bright to smilo in Beauty's arms.
And yonder plume of sumach. crJnmon fair
Eco how It burns beside the mossrown
Twill iflow till, hushing all the frosty air.
The snow, heaven's frozen kles of pity,
nVill nod and bow, till, clad with fadod
Death our the plain a bome'oss wanderer
T"ho froHty cUctnuts pour In rastllnjr show
ers Their LursllnK wealtli upon the leuf-strcwn
And ih rough tbe afternoon's swift Uylny
The eiiouta of many a merry seboolboy
-AH, hopny lrilMi, unknown to want and care.
Would 1 a laughing child might joui them
Itlrb. ripe and bcanled fnlls tbo yellow pniln.
Where rings the reaper s scythe at break o"
And nlloJ with fr'adnesn is the honest swa'n.
Tlmt ho:novurd guides his load at twilight
Tlirou.'j dcv.y iancs where bleeps tho bloating
-And shine $ the early crescent white and cold.
Deep in the vineyard, on the timet stem
The elueiored grapes hang purple with their
lach praoothed and roundoJ like a chiseled
cn woruiy on sotnc queenly brea-'t to
imwiiai Bwectcnarms each fcason aroets
llhtmmii end In Leautr fuller trrows.
'The birds huvo Co'.vn to sln in Southern
Where Summer hold3 eternal blnasoralng;
where heaven's pure dream or growing biin
On earth a Kftly or un nngol's wing:
And whore the streams sing on with music
And entertain tho wild woods unaware.
But though tho birds havo L'own, and on the
Their 'uubbling songs of love no more are
YctharkI a thousand voices IihUi tho gale.
And each voice seems the echo of u blnl.
The reeds like llutej breatno bwect aolian
iiiiu io eacn stirring twig n tongue belong
ammc -immaT ammi
mm! la Um iMNgt If
ifofea dowm abokii q
aianitr a wavy mair m;
rywKforth tba Mir
bomM mot be oeajpl B
ppoatwt bad ft t i
toe serpentine eKn.itl
isms uy jus ircarfc ac; m,
ib tke eonobUn; jjpu
ing b seemed to in
kie wrinkle? and m
Quickened by tft 1
wic, toe vague Pllli
came oacic, ana pn tke
somenow loomed flk c t
of the cay be sH'ws b
auy himself, cr
on that a grate!
ins assumption of
even the possibiliti
proof positive that
wzi likely to bo a4
cument in the mat
that nothing bnt
ing of native plr
such a corabirmtk
ambition taken del
by sucli means m fiy it
circio oi me me aio ig
UUU lilt' vtuv io tiai. ot
noblemen t, there f.
kirn is tke
and fair to
in the future
rch with a
re wnicn uis-
for so long a
iding out to
)f earh life
ill the bon
ire social or
i son, was
inn, the ar-
id come of
less and un-
water, 4Hc1hm of aad or (raacket of
aeaweed. - Between kirn and ti ciuHer
of wiM flowers was Dead Man's Creek.
At low tkk it mi a oozy bed of soft
mud, witk a tiay streaai of water trick
ling dowa its ceater; at high tide a
schooner might have floated in it in
perfect safety. It got its name from
the fact that a man was drowsed there
several years before.
Upon the slimy bank of Dead Man's
Creek John Dorn neither stopped nor
stayed. With his eyes fixed confidently
upon the cluster of gay blooming
flowers he strode down tnrough the eel
grass and out into the mud. Had he
been lcs occupied with thoughts of his
tirt born son and vague speculations
concerning the career likely to open up
before him, he would have noticed at
nnrc. with the e.xnerience of an oh!
fisherman, that the mud was very soft j
and hci.vy. Almost at a run he pushed J
In the middle of Dead Man's Creek
ho stopped. A shade of vexation cross- i
cd his face, for he found it impossible
to cross the mud mj near the main chan-1
think of a better crossing further up the
Oir Youg : Betieri.
MY LITTLE HERO.
I ksow a tfttle hem. whose faca h fctewa wfta
to ,pjr that aahc
Oat throoch It sal
t be boy a teas: .
A J-4t ,. a-,4 rrlr. Will tO WW
m vii I, m wm0 na1,
It doewc rood to ieok at aim aad watch hla
day by day.
He te?k me that hit mother 1 poor, and scs
for bread. .
" She' uca a k-ar. good mother.
And tfen bt rn those brifhwrr-CoJ west
tbelltt; tnan! ., . .-.!,
Aad ho aridtd; - 'Caute I lo her I help fecr
ail 1 can."
Ah! theft the thin to da. hojs. to prove the
lore you Uar . . mru.
To the mtbt-r who feat kept you in Ion and
kirinff care. . , .
Make nil ber burdens lighter: help every T
you cn . . ,
To pay the debt you owe bcr. a does my Ut
ile man. ... j.
-JOn ;. lltijord. inS. 1. Independent.
J B1B1-S TKOUBLES.
rt ..M .it i,i.;.. hive troubles.
He stood still a moment .trying to Anvhojv who ha.s ever been a baby
of a better crossing further up the . i- , -,i.,. i.. nt,nnt doubt the
brwik. He turned to retrace his steps. I Uabv fiuillemot has more trouble and
hat was this? The heavy mud held ' ,:",m, ,i., v nther kind of a
b,ifi n-s.4 fc ata j w-
him fast! With a mighty cnort he I
wrenched free one of his legs and tried '
to struggle out to firmer ground. It
was impossible. He but sank the
deeper. Then like a tidal wave the
blood rushed back upon his heart, leav
ing his cheeks and lips like ashes. It
was fear. Then he laughed aloud, a
hard, hollow laugh. Why should he
fear? Did he not know every fool of
its troubles begin away back in the
' time when it is onlv an egg. J o under
stand nhmit this and its other troubles.
linu-nri.' till -Il!il 1mmI1 HaUV IjUJI
, lernot'- stor,' at the time
and Mother Guillemot
1 JLtia fnnrui ..- l -i
l - 15 v ; wroeii Sfta
4 arops ef spray t0 -j j,
VT.0. aad fall be
MJa her. There l.cs safety for bet
little oJf 501 kclwwo ber 4 xhtre
lurka ! &? alrvadr threatcniaz
tbeUba- .en now tb zul n-ftS
rccdv ey9 .nd snapping beak, u raalt-
mg aooai . voiou to n'ca
the little one fr""nj It mother hack.
To late to rrtu rn. ujc ,ni k resolve
I taken. A sud'u ftng of the rnothi
cr bo!. and thr av trtlcd baby. hak. !
en from Hs sea. l tk wn into tba air. :
where witk uselevi wfo it fall hie a
stone toward the water. ow the gnll :
with fierce joy swoop urxn it, but al
really the lovjng mother ha, folded he: '
wings, and w dropping bv K.T bbj
side, interposing her body bc"-!n' il
and the irull. until the catrr is n. chrl.
when the bafPed robber iLubrs ira t
waves only to jec th re.curd bato dart
down with its happy parvsi .nto dd
ocean's bosom. Kor.'atrangetr raou
the little bird that can not tlv can d?Te
like a frog. Coal like a durk.'and wii I
nice a tisn in the water it ha- acr ,
never before ?cen.
And now the worst ot Habv Guili
mot's troubles are over, and urvlv the :
ought to be. for it has hat! more" than .
its share. The other trouble it ha rt
no more man any other bird mighi
nave, aim tnereiore neetl not be
about- Harper"' Youm i'cojtti.
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i ar t rrvrjc nr Xr fert.
N tttr t br ji4
I'wa tnnjr 4rk tJwa aad ttwnr jtx
Smr c i tr drinl sjrta I
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MtWtilVx "urk. Atttfluc IHSrrrnt
ccei1at Um w4 h t H t-r
Uir iktl4 ff ttaip?rKw9r
ef aUroc W SoTtf f id slMsvV
er. tf fT wr la Jfc firction
after k db&eb A K S o
tntrsJ xciot iiKtrcrfTfr frim
bat. TV? cft of thl U na
auk tWm hv xdty. aa-1 wba ikW
b o ti do award rafrT i ry rpL
A I ial tkr k alJ dstfoa
will drlaV aatUb, aTwacrw at ay
tio. or at aayt?a eijxaw If 15 oedy
proml fbtbe tdf Ar of icl.lc
tkn, tltiatateiy Mf U to dUcl a
wojkboa. or a htwpitaJ " tWy are
nr In a Inaattc aymta ihy are
tur oiT. or pthap In pria,
Nncti a ta will ip it f tb
4r..f..t. nai -. k is. ts4ck la a fit (4
I driirtuci tjraieR. A a rulr. tKrtvat-
' : crittw xaunU'r. ikodbJ d
kNkc-arc nl tmroHtN; by lbe fr-
. tbrv are trs Riub aWHxl !a
fen and shore along the flreat South
re to carve liay, and w.xs it likely that an; harm
man s en- should come to mm in sight of his own
have been ! home.-' It was weakness to think of
ind willing such a tiling. I he long-delaved arrival
hands from the great crityjriiose dusky of his son had unnerved him" lor a mo
confines lay but a lltth be
tant view of earth ac sk
stretched out to kchi t
wayfarer-over unkao n
w tue goat oi uis :wd iti
best John Dorn'sa ml
formless as the nigkc. tnd
mg as his wife's iafe io:
a raylcss gloom, wia
u no uuiv't piirposeie. c;
auu liiu noweroi gewn i iw
less waste. W.
AH the tendeneias of-:
against John Dorn-b it:
blitheh" on the widen a
brd with feathers and
other bird, the guille
mot. which is distautly i elated to the
duck fatuilv, rerv much prefers the
water to the air. "indeed, it is more at
home in the water than the li.-b that
belong there, and except when it is
re.ndv to to lionekcei)tug. it spends
all Us tiiiie lloating on the bosom of the
-..-, i iiMiwv iin u 3TiM r iiuuu
With the energy of desperation j inlo lhe watt.r's d-pths in pursuit of
lllioe Ulliei - il- i nr I'lmni mr mib-S atltl 1111105 UP
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I Jlii'ii tlin
t t, II lllb
He would put
wrench himself f
ind the dis- . ment - that was all
ni'-ht hae i forth his strength and
tin th.it lead he iried it once twice
on was as i in ins eyes, aim ine lines oi unexpressed
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IU) . iUIII SlUV'l 3UII, t-Aii;iitn;u. I'l'ar Ml Olie i ..,,, , .....n I ,P iwi-lsl
About tint beginning- of April is tb
! t !-.i tvtiiMi -ill inwiil riiiI!i!tllOtS Stt
In such ; yet he wnild not cry out. People might lint i..iG..i-....i.Cnr Tlsnv have cur-
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isdiseourag- anxiety deepened across his
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for light i laugh to know that lie was stuck in tne ,..: iom.iv i..,,.!. ;iH gin about
. - ..il. i i i i" t . ' ' ' ZT -
iiiiiu. :uiu w was prouo in ins way - : j,j.rj, it0i.p cjiijvjt to uhjCh they always
pioutt oi ins Kiiowuvlge oi sea ami i ..... ii.en thev 1'ock bv the thou
shore, proui ot lus abil.tvas a sa lo
He would wait a whil
uch a track-
, he sang a
h ,ov. ljie
id that this
is the wind.
on guided a
mat in the
in a raro
3or have tho rivers, firlittcrlnir iu tho lijrht.
,1-orKOtten that wild minstrelsy tboy know:
TIjc rills purl on as sweet to Autumn brlRiit
As o'er they ranjr at Summer's hour of uew:
?Nor havo the Inlets, but a wnson old,
"Their merry uiplng oloscd because 'tis cold.
Hut now. fray Autumn, thou who hringest
To Summer's frcntlencss. thysolf must dlo.
And front thy halo and parted lips the breath
Must Kteal away in ono low wintry sljrh.
Farewell, O Autumn! high amonjrtlio stars
Jfalo Winter watches from his icy bars.
,Farewo!l, the last dear bird, the last sweet
t, flower 1
.' Farewell, ye rustlln? wootLs, yo pleasant
iTVluter rocks earth to sloep in ono short hour,
t And rlnps tbo knell of Summer in hisfralcs;
I Tot Winter hath a glory and a grace,
! And wears kind bcavon's sml'o upon his face.
5 raet l'. Shurtleff, in YouWt Companion.
JOHN DORM'S SON.
v5 The tide was out in Groat South Bay,
Xong Island; east and west like wavy
. fields of green and brown, the Bell more
jnnrshes stretched away in unbroken
(loneliness to meet the dim beauty of
'the horizon. The wind bad gone down,
flea vino; tho broad bosom of tho water
as .still as a mirror upturned on the level
sands. The sun, shining through count
Hess leagues of haze, cast tremulous
shadows toward tho cast, and, rising up
with shaded brows to meet its rajs,
:John Dorn, a cheery fisherman, stood
out in silhouette against tiro skj Fast
mingling with the purple and gray of
the fee ward rim of sea and sky, a lazy
schooner winged its southward llight,
and when the duskj' distance closed
upon it John Dorn and his weather
j&eatcn old boat aloiio broke the change
less monotony of marsh and meadow.
l.eft high and dry by the receding tide,
the old boat lay bolt upright in ,he soft
jraud, as taut and trim as thoughjnoored
in her inoss-grown berth at Bell
more landiug. Her sails hung limp
And motionless against her mast, aud
-jibont her shining deck a brown-haired
.IKllo girl roiupedand laughed in child-
H yas unspeakably lonely out on the
wide-reaching marshes, but as honest
-John. Dorn shaded his eyes with his
rough, brown hand and gazed seaward.
he gayly whistled a tuno. that he had
learned up in the little white-steepled
meetin-bouso ia Bellmore village. It
did'Dot seem lqacly or dreary out there,
ibr to liim it was home. The blue sky
above him and the dimpling shallows
before :him -gpoke only of Tiome: the
marshes had been his playground in
Touth, -and tho meadows behind him
wereas,well known, as the little garden
'back: of his own modest cottage among
Kc clump of distant trees. Even though
'-rihe marshes Bad not been as familiar
isisUjeJ stubby fingers on his weather-
1aaten hands, and had the sky beeu
Liack with clouds and driving rain,
John. .Dora would have been just as
liappv aadfrdblrom care, for up in the
little-house amrng tho trees a son had
Jjeenjjwrn to bless his approaching did
age. A daughter ho had already, and
another slept beneath the sea grass in
Lisgardcn. but untd this day a son had
It would not be fair to say that John
Jorn, had, grumbled at fate 'when grave
:mldaie life came andvsaw no sons In his
family, but somewhere down in the
tepthi of his stoat heart he argued that,
altkpugh girls were good enough iu
-their way, aud perhaps were necessities
" of van all-wise aekeme, vet only a boy
jcoma stana mstricK a tnewneei or
that filled his ioi 1
chances in life wrj
Dorn s amlulion, ana 'efc
I simple truth it must No
ambition, never who ly
delimte, chauged afk( he
Sometimes his muca-h vedi
stately ship to dbtabt se
sang cheer lv in alif . bin
Great South IJay,ia'
while he stood within the
glare to discuss the lui
mo iiour. iinvajsvic 'as .tap ron
not tiio painfpl, waai v meafB. that this
ambition touched ap u ; alwlvs results,
never the process if i.ttalajteent. The
viviscctionist is rigjkt, hofMft cold aud
unsympathetic, tharie 'asflpe hope lor
cither .John Dorn athi i son7
Clams were pleiin I toflfc dav. and
John Dorn's broad; ( at iatt churned
o, and there
sand and tens
of thousand-, until even
r isciiixj T
O -'"'-" vr.
them out of the th
than usual rapidity:.
anu again uie wickvt
to tbo waiting boat,'
captured shells, until,
ceased to run out and
dipped angrily towarc
wn the tide
tnar na.v west.
and trv again.
But what was t'lis creeping up from
the channel? It was water. The tide
was coming in. Ii:aiiictivel he sought
tht' high-water mark on the" bank and t
in-a-tiied it with his eye. "It was fully
six inches ab ve the too of his head. 1 ti
a sudd mi frenzy of terror hu beat the
sft mud With his hands and shrieked
aloud. Like a madman he glared at
the little sheet of water wain.r in from
the swift channel like an unrelenting
fate It seemed to mock him. Sea
bird- circling overhead heard his cries
anil soared avv.iv; Lttle 1'attv cowered
down iu fear.
It was iifit a. o,uickaTid. He did not
sin men iy inch, lie stueK last, an 1 i row strip on: ?he breast, and then sit
be ame as immovable as the bed of mud ; ,OWII so thiil ihc ,.,, touches tho -bon'tl
it-elf. fries, tears, prayers, alike-were t jn, :w :it ihti s:imi. tm,e ;s COTCr.,i
in vain. .N. one heard, for although (a .j,,. silics !n the wanmlown. Th
the little hoiie among the trees was in I ,,.irt llmt ,xvs son ,ie rock is nii t.It
plain sight, yet it was beyond the nuige-jout , t. Cold. however, and one
, Of the human Voice. mi.rlit nmini. tl,.i. fb ilr.ivn tv.hti.l.
The tide came in slowly and after j ha(7 ,H.Jn picj.t.fi ofl- wouhl be plawd
.. .. iu iun;Uu mill aim u:iuiui:u up umlvr tll.1t Spot.. Hilt it IS IlOt: ib IS
ins iiuipiuat iu-.i itiiu iiiiuw lui liiiiiiiuuu
of the sinking sun into his bloodshot
ledge is covered. As they are obliged
to ttand upright, like so i.-san soldiers
they siiow o-.ly their pure white
breasts, and the different; ledges of
rock look as if they were covered with
Almost my other ! ird would build
some kind of nest, but the guillemot is
a very odd sort of bird, and lays its one
solitirj egg on the hard biure rock.
The bare rock, of course, is anything
but warm rn in the northern regions
when the guillemots go. and therefore
j the parent btrds are obliged to invent a
,' way oi warming me epj: on an sines.
I This is the way thoy do it: Thoy. pluck
' the feathers arid down from oil' :u nar-
uoun lvorn urew nissDi owwarni across
his heated brow and( s iidhat he had
uoneenougn. amuin; coatenteilly at
tho slceply little girl, le aaid that he
would go hoipe with&t te Jmw tide. To
go homo? To whoaV: jt the baby;
to his son? Pcrhapi I' -s time lus
wife, rememboringpr jvioms conversa
tions on the sublet, I adHamcd him.
earn an oueriuir tm"
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child, an ottering Iron-:
that moment, it istiu
.Mka Dora wan
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i rWirH-- VS .
in a ue of mad.
.some oae to bear kirn
sileat pibirkaianes to
aad the a-rster Bads,
aide ,the oki alooi out
'T "rT.TT'' "T"'
iinu wouiu ne answer .o ti
fashioned name "Jahi
It was o!d-fashionclf i
the paternal name'.
many gcnerations.lbu it
honest waj, and tcr ae
uing woman in tne lit I o.
the trees it would iii-. oc
. ... . tl ' s
lion. s !
Waiting for his bo.t t
Dorn spattered the :t4l
merrily with his bare
All resentment over, tne
daughter had vanSh d.
father nas haupy aiwl pi
both daughter ana sons
things even, he though :
tell what the futart
Then, as no stooil
swinging his foot to an i
water, an idea seemed to'
take possession of his nit
desire to do somethii" f U
son who was to bl
had, in some unaccftrital
mulatcd itself into ata ugif
he tried, uusuccessfail
give it practical form
awkwardly enougli t
fessed, that on tUiSid.v-:
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an ottering mv uc
ten, and his first
radiance liko tho g
sky. This seeming
appeared to him
lus WLfe. that lus
was to be realized
wife has. been witl
and had not been
honors at his hands.
able, therefore, to!
An, oflerTrig from
not hard to find, at
Shells were throVns
sion, and shells ah
sulorcu the time-hoac
the tea. ohells wejfe
their way. and smtnNc w
iif nnHn;ir- intpppstrb' it)
w. w. j -- cj,.
the lirst son seemed ao e :
of more -than usualffii
Dorn's ambition dcaia
mo e. Just what tCsi
tional offering pu
souic time. At H
face beamed with sa
it now. It was flowi
"Be a good girl,
sloop till I come
straightening the kii
aud turning his ,fac
ows. Doat be afr
Then he went
alone, turning backl
to: time to see that
no barm. Soon he
I ever, and walked oi
the right nor to tl
me wanner, ha
ward aduster of
abgkbormg baatc 1
aarj oowbMaa at
ej'es. It jeered at him and with trem
ulous lingers reached up to grasp him
by the throat. He struggled ami
'creamed until his strength was gone:
Then he stood still and waited. Higher
3'0L climbed the green tide. Dumbly
ne saw a sienier line oi smoke rise up-
irom among the trees, aupper was be
ing prepared for him for him ytio
would need it never again. Hesawuhe
flowers nodding in tho breeze. Thev
might wither and die. His hand would
never place them upon his baby's
cradle. Faintlj he heard his daughter
Patty calling. "Papa, papa!" Did he
hear his wife humming an old tune, or
was it the water gurgliug in his ear?
He raised his arms, still struggling
fceblj. A moment later tho onlv o -icct
on the still surface of Dead Man's
Creek was a tangled tuft of brown hair.
lloat, John i mingled with tho drifting seaweed.
It was high tulo in dreat South Baj.
Earning a Dollar.
lour tongues will all
some dav." said 1'ne'e Dick.
The children laughed unea-ilv.
Teeny felt the tip ot his tJee if it
was still in running order.
-1 don't behove that anv more than
anything, do you. Moll?" u whi
pered. It's only just some of I'ncle Diek
nonsense," 1 guess,' said Molly. Umk
ing at hers in the glas. "Anvivnv.
not till we're real old, nud then w ran
get false ones. They have Yin nowa
das; there's false teeth and falv lmit
ami fale noses- ami faNe even thin".'
..it !1 .1. .? ...,., t ,.. "
vsii. ei. p-iu. men. :tiu it-cm.
"I'm not going, to irv aud ave iu
any . '
So thej- began talking again.
Teeny hail a sj..ol. It wss chipped
on one end. lie called it an engta.
See this engine?" he said, "ft" 3
winding up engine- It'll g lirs" ratir.
Pop bang: Away t! ginV Don't vou
vitb you had a wmdtug up
I'ncle Diek couldn't Wear
so well :us mamma.
"What was tho mim-U-r's tei ves
terdav, Mollie?" he asked.
L don't link." said Molly. -Jt isn't
any matt r. 1 didn't :eu anv diffuitcc
Lmiartine!' said I'ncle Dick,
sternly, (Teeny's name- wa Lamar
What, ma'am?" said, rrenv. meek-
tiua of a lw which ft ml it analojt ' mUr
in the jttlauH ttt ofMtnu, hahh,
tubae-o nnd tHkor sarviKK!. jJ 11 urh
dxtf'. without vr-j.ti.it. It .ilJtujjrtl.
eflentt ihru rh thi ubty raa Lirr
(..P.MI rmpaa. i tatiot. t
tbc direct cbafrtud f triopta
1 ,n rhk'h thev ttdir ftox
Mrt patrring tkorwha. Mm
lt WMrimoa. ta-rirktanUr.
nt lArin tv:fUir t d Uh
r oJ .
! th uenHui !;nK-turv. .mid tend br Laborct
n-iM-.an law u th- creation al an at-j and m
elitu which irww fcj t.kat it lmnl Sattinlax
oa." W Ul the origan ifuaauty, by Nor earn
repetition. !- its jM'v.'rr t repr! . mtiHg th
iu tirsi 4raing eOot', it U fu4 u . tt mnasln .
leave a cmv.n; vhI twhuul. Thin -lo iaulit anl
M'titttAl nnlMre drtuanlt- an hierwnr nf t:i conpnt
the limtthinl. both la tViie ami mwi etitts, c. a
::re. and at tho am itnie th Hni 'tht?lad .u la tum', a tttm ao.
re. t ug powvrls oithar jariiU- weak - nai one of u.-mi rvi(;' tfonp, tttiwx
eiM-d r nb-ilnielv aiHulld. tttcii fc s fatal. m wru r tfay .w ittMN-dw.
the theory t liw hi-ton and xw' "J rnt lh' polir-. aiii hjuprtttmwofct w
sll the netoal rxiefi which mUnl lb etnunnfc or liko- huih will w
TemfwraiM rrionner b'prroate ami : Vtm thrift :a4Mhratft omt khtk.
deplote The tu ( pl4urt? on tho hot wife? wnkm a iar. f br Wm, r
one baud. eer ttKnutitt fv a trausHHit klU Km ehMl h 't'hL iUrrtr. vry
ihl V tki tt w (fl!.
ba- ijMrJ-l IhM H U
tact fchat tw f tk wm
iWr hktibl. 4?at n-
m o4tt. Tkt Kl trMk
ar ntiorrrUrti in thalr
rrje &s. ty 5o
eristi. iihI on the other an avrrkrti tu
pain, are the twinforvtM vhwrnbv tbo
iuOr f an iiifatinhk bind an impr-
:imi aecwjlv I
ur note tutrruH
tiHHrctli. to iiu.
rati ni in inrn
tlv !ii. dtnwlly ar
tMrn.,. Wht a
ibt, to have
fas a good
; little girl.
)irth o a
w, and the
Working with a Plan.
in the cool
er into and
t be con-
die of his
sea. J n
u witn a
)f his wife
le, lor the
In. aud not
td to such
It is almost painful to think how
much valuable time and labor are
wasted in this world every day by
who could i well-meaning, really industrious people
ild bring? who never work according to any plan.
' cuii'u iuujju: iiiiu 1 hum, iauu;i'jie. UC-
sires to accomplish many things anil
make themselves very useful in the
world, but they are continually meeting
with mortifying failures simply because
they go about their work without anj
delinite or distinct aims in view. Thev
are general!- undecided and irresidute ,
in action, and waste a great amount of '
time in debating what thoy should do !
next. In consequence, their work, ot
whatever nature, is generallj- as con
futed as their own minds, and seldom
finished as it should be. if finished at
all. Such men, while often laboring
under a consciousness of their dcfectSy
are in addition constant! harassed bv
their work and seldom successful in
It is the much better and wiser war
to have plans as far as ossible, for
every kind of labo-. Ko oae realizes
the value of this more than the farmer.
On hs ability to do the right thing at
the right time, depends to'a large"5 de
gree his success in the business. He
begins the year witli a plan for each
week, or month of each season, -with
rcasonab'e allowance for such things
as may occur to interrupt, and for whioh
no provision can be made. He is able
then to proceed intelligently and eon
tideiitly with each appointed task. He
does not feel obliged to slight and h srrv
through his worlc to catch up witi
something that should have been done
a week or a month ago. Neither is m
troubled with the th ngs of to-morowt j is like evei
, enough in
"-"-. .., ...1 . ,.- - ...
is an addi-' UU1 ,WIVI1" u,s ;ourney
r i., ... . TI.
iui nu muims nun feouie octree ot cor- -nar tac tnae
ia nity wnat me day will bring forth.
He does not walk as one who knows
mav lead, but 1
thrown away, for the bird has a better
plan. It turns She err;; over withi its
bill every once in a while, aud so knaps
it warm on every side.
Now the guillemot is found everywhere-
in the Arctic Seas of the OJd
and New World.... In the winter tihry
come southward m large parties along
the const of Norway and Kngland, Hud
son Bay, Labrador'and Newfoundland.
Aiumbon tells ua that large numbers A
American guillemots Hock about th
Bay of Fund.
Iin addition to- outside troubles. Bally
fJuillemot has its ownsilliuess to con.
Utul Willi. No other bird is so lacking
iu wit. One species common in Gre:s
Britaim is-even, given the title of "I'ooU
ish ('uil'emot."' This is from the fact
that it will sullcr itself to be taken in the
hand and killed rather than leave tha
din" it has chosen for its abode.
But, as- it" to make up for its own.
illiness. if ever a baby had devoted!
parents, the guillemot has. for both
father and motner continually watch
over it except at -real-times. when
the take turns at silting on the egg
But for all their care they can not keep
trouble away: for man has been waiting:
for this very time, and at the risk of his
life allows himself to be let down over
the clitt by a rope in order that he may
gather the guillemots' eggs for foodL
Tho isautLs of ers are stolen from the
cliff iu this way.
This is the least of Baby's troubles,
however, for being only an et it :h
not conscious of 'what" is goTng one
but in about .1 month or a little
more it breaks open the shoLl
ami tcps out on the ledge of rock,. the
prettiest little ball of grav-bla.-k down
that ever was seen. All! what a proud
and liappv moment for Papa and ill aro
ma Gudl -mot! They caress the little
fellow, off-ir nim the daintiest morsels
of fish they can find, and in favt ns
all their t-'nic in trying to make- life
pleasant r.od comfortable for thusae
arrival. But now 5? the time when the eagle
and the hsM-k and the gull begin to cir
cle about overhead, for in their estima
tion there is no daintier meal tihan a
baby gu.lkmot just lorn. For n. month
at least af .er it is hatched the poor lit
tle babj- is: every moment in danger of
being can.;b1 by tho cruel talons of
some here, and hungry bird, who will
ruthlessly tear it from its happy home '
aim iovm; parents and make- but one
mo.ithful ot it.
And thf n after that lonf; month of
fear and ngony comes the time when
liabv's co irago is jmt to the- severest
trial of al!. It is fully I' edged now,
and able ic swim, though iV does not
Know it. ami lias no 1 ea o what water
However. Mamma knows
"f'amjou tell me anything whatever
alxmt the Sunday-school bemm, voter
day?" Teenv 5clt badly, but he couldn't til
Not bst Sunday's." lis- saiil,
cstly. "But I can" tell yim nil
winding ..j engines!" ho addei
"No. I thank you." saidTnclc Dick.
" I'll maki-a bargain with tn. If vni
won t speai a word for an 'unir, i will
giVt you a dollar apiece."
"Oh. wrvwill!" cried thwrhildrcn. , ,vilwei ( el and the ( hnMiaoied
" You spoke!" said I'nclo Hick. ! Aiigl-bnxmi .f molern tinie-v No
"Oh. wo-won'l!" cried the children, niain-r what o her social conditions prv
:Oh. yon did:" said Uncle Dick. ! Aull '' Ierty or plenty, of knowledge
"Now vou iin begin again " ! or gnoranre. of bari ari.-.ii or tha
iiieiu., nt reunion or irrengion. sinr ue
of intoxicant always jipri abi and In
creates. The panttion ior uarotlc.
once ffugetiflcrvd. never die out, nnvrr
eepliblv but Miteh- rlvitled jv;ii th in- j ttaa.fi U Ui drto n for eMl of
temperaU- maa. Iu lhhtau f vamoiI
age. ami in the mwl-t of Um -nMiry. the
icwikjr e.elnim. "I will -i4 II jet
l'niver-3l litory. It la nlMrnun!. at-tijnt-
and trririe thts dtetum a pliu-logU-al
.vienre. It rwordi n flnglo
ejonmple. auiidtt tbo mu'.tdar.ORH endi
tions of -o.Mal life, wheio lhoe rdue-tivt-
niJoi-nnl-. on e intrcHliioed, Itnie
not heen 1lelj abiMd. or M'huru tlieir j Ynr hdilay. Thiy nwUt t j'wutij;
itav iAivfnn aru untrtmu mIm tm-
jMr irri Libit. hh u mmry I oft nt
lauh he nnf-hwi-i wi te of hl ttel uta
ruiUtur . tttklM i nr pvtwmfc i
nlt. k Ir-Mi h 9 he I wlfrMfrtfcar. atn!
n tntmUte of
Mjtne l.ryrti.lr entAJ4r
There at a ert
dmukttr h1 Ulfonl lv eB- wittrh
occur in 'it la- eu iMofir partltfu
larlv dur.nr th hr tn-ut id yw
" e won-t speaK a woni. Uli dear,
there wo oko again! Uiry us this
"Very wall," said Uncle Did.
So they wont ami got their slates.
" i.et s wnen we want to s.iv any-
thing just mite it down." scribbled
Molly. "They say we tallt so awful
mu h! I don't believe it will make a
They keiit still and held I their dear
little babbl.ng tongues (or ft fly-five intu
Then Tcenv's pen-il droppel. I
"It's broken into three hai'.es!" cried '
"No. matter. " said Moity. kindly.
"It will last all the. longer "'" "
"Well done:" laughed Taele Di k .
"You shall hav the dollar,, if you did
speak. It was a pretty hard waj to
earn a dolla J' Youth's Companion, j
ite has n-inaiiHMt Mntiotmrt irt ,!ii ' men who hvr mmn fr hi th- omnlrv
lixotf point of desiderated uiodrration. j "to hfrt' a thy ej ni It; of oof.
'I he old l.gvpiinn, the pagan Arab, the J leginn. military fttudtMi: , ott. 'Ilit)
Invoeed .lew. the rehned and eultured ' are probably uniun! to trojr drink,
t'rk, the tmng Komnn, tJir wild : ami, ha L.g mre ruotuty ' hnn -4!om,
Seyriiiin and the ancient (.erninn. all I they drink UU they Ixmoom cxdtl and
in turn pa-eil through tho ovpriea 1 violent; a ctiH follows, ll.e p4.1eemeo
which ban U-n ieih-atil amtoiirt the i an) knM kel about, and a 1 tlt In the
c 1 ,, t
tntiou l lolloped In 11 tmi dcllar line
the next moraing, I hey hl rrVrtil
a le.on and: irtlre, 100 gin 1 f bv any
arrangement ihey ban mic w.m1 in
preventing tbvtr tinmen and ddrBe
being puhlihd. The$i joun ian ar
neither mahr-hitc nor tipplers twr do
they hablluaiW lead IliWnipfril-- Ht-.
Tlnjir eM'npndr are mostly due tyoutb
c a'S. uaj'. it n lonner eii'argln It-, and anim.il sporiut, thoy rtmmt
.self 'vitli tfiejfapply. "wild onu" ia fart, not a wry a Itutro-
To adopt the language of th-great ble proIuet. lndrti. but dllferng In
bistorinn MiHudet, we luivo reai-heil ' cry eonce'vable rooect from tho -ttbHl
t. .. . .. ...
"an agit in which th prffresHixo ina
hion ot ,.pirits and nareotieji Js-nu In
vim-ihle lact. I ringing with it r?fult5
varving according to the populatioufi.
hen obscuring tho mind and barb-ww-
vi e tKdoro r(crred to. J nor will
pntlmldy always be a certnln ntifnlrol
fillj youths who will appear n tho
nee ne to commit the nm. foll)e4 la tht
same proportion, and who will H -H
ing bejond reoer there fatally jHMte-1 poed of in tho am way. but they hv
traimg tne loyniiaiions 01 tiin piiienl ' uotbtng in common with lli?olioacla
The Sir Screen Agpal.
life antl alta ntittg the race it-elf." Th
.sami wriier. tu bis great wor'c "On. the
( au.e? of Phjsical Degeneraey."
foundud on an exteiiHive mtvov d tb-
social cnlitiori of lhe people of fr
manv and France, places the nmvral
j 11-e tf aleoliobe and narcotics amongst (
I tho c'lief can-" of that decay in ibo .
I phjvi al existence of the people which '
j is unerringlv ind:'nted by their dliiuno- '
lion, of filature and weght. by the.
i abrilgel duration of adult life, and .
alKve alk b. an incrcas4.nl prorbvity to
ox. - - ffroQkt f t.tujic.
Hit Prabahle Future Self.
imI awkwardly al
I'oltot 'ourf. rolling
arrived Avhen Baby ,
must for the lirst tinvi venture from !
lome. Sho coaxes the frightened little 1
fellow to mount unoa her beck.
- - 7 ------
r j as one whose route is mapped out be- J knows that something unusual is ooing ' a w-atch dog? If Mme pwrs como i
wrinkle 1 1 UIU "."- ;l -,",ariy ami distinctly as to happen, und his heart beats fast. Ho oer alley uc -ccy rate a wg row
He ha 1
sail 1 c.
ly; I won't
auytmngm the future may be. He
shapes each day's or week's work in
He wan a.
"Mbha4 Mnlllijan." nald .IpstffW
Murrj. "yu ar only ninote'in yuam
old. and yet joti wcrn foumi druat lu
He had six fly screens umler his arm. ! ahmlged duration oi adult life, and , ui -.iroei mi niijuu
and was talking to a man ia front of a "" h " UK-reiw.ni prorbwty to ' ' prw.nor inugueo.
house on Hastings street. j " dixU.r. "lion t umk merry orar y-o il
"lamollcrinfthcseatfittvpercent. iir homania. grace. m.d thn vnurU aWnilj-. "for
below their cvd? allies.' luexplaiued. j W tbonir individuakt known a inbri- lw "lti to Ui pr-md of. Miohnttl.
"beca ise 1 want to "ct out of ijun," j :'"i "r dipmianinc theie aro unfiirto- )1 frt tliat you are in donrt and
"Vhcll it vhas scTon comiii" winter. ' natol.v a con.-id raWe iiuuiIht .-uncog "." ,n uvagim yoir.ilf a blontrnhdruttk
und I like to know how some ifies come U9. Bci the word flij.maidao. th.gti 1 a-d trltn rngjeed ebdbe ami trembling
aroiindt dei the man answered. llilar um. loe not rormrUy wc- m uian who -.leep-i in U,w guur
"That's tssie enough, mr friend, but lr"i nnt to bo undcnMood. f "hiinnwl b eyer one. Uk n
the liy niicvon is not the" onlv thing. , " idwivwi from the Greek wonl Mg-. 'U'e furtheT on and imagtno a gray
These screens save twcntfive per cent. , ndj ing to thim Mid madnew. DipM- j haired, half-nnked eoj UJ;0g burled
i f. c " manhi .gnities a mania for hint. u a gravo In the potter Held. Mlehaol.
Vheir" t w hicb i obvjouily the nerso of what j J" ara Io"mg tijon your fuStin? df
'I'lioi- trx-in ?in mr ni lYJmopion io a -" " '"" " " ''"" " ' i,-j- i - -.-" --- r -' .-...... ..a.w.
hou-e.M C 1 sons, drink lvcaue Ihov are tlnr-ty. A
"VbelP'" i more-appropriate namo tor them, would
oe uist 01 iaecnonmniac4. ince what
thev strenuoKslv deire and rft-e.lv
. seek is the vni' of inbiaiXkn in
i th-Tarioui stages, ami to socsn- iUn
thev will swallow almost aavtbint'.
I landanum. sprit of wine. "k . pn- i h'f - '."" walked gavly In'o the prion
j videl it is capabj; of pro!aeig that j wait for .vomeboly to pi&y Ida tlc?.
s Cfeflddion. thev pave for tbe excile- Y. Herald.
j mit. the pleaurv which they feel In I
it. and alywe all for the iraia f happy
1 thought which it icts up.
j These unfortaate"s may Ve rooghh
divided into twoelacA. TiiMwc have
lhe habitual Vpplers. Tbrj-e begin
' rariy in the rocmming. TVy tcommence
w wiui vmsKy ni ajoi;icnn. water, or
u..c :. ) gin and soIa -eater, and they continue
yon-r house if;, ,,- ,,.... ,,.. -lt .,- , ..
strainvd as it were, and must therefore .,. ,. ,w, ,. , .
' A4J-LS1 f irw T, &: V 111 UJUi. I1TC
- 0 --
f.ritic.'nlt l1t -. t-rratfi .m! ataaa, t ar .
X C 1 ? f.tf?rif T.f s Mnyf vIj- infnAi
; i u - iivii ($ iivivi iiuftu iT. m
and bef'r- they go to fce I they arr coro-
monlv oaiT on? rv-aiove from oeio'
.- . -. . .. ...
"I don't say that thcyrkeep ont chol
era altogether, but j'ou can't point to 5 1
house in" Detroit provided with them ;
which has-had a cac of cholera." j
"Vhcll. dot vhas so."
"In buying them vou help a poot
man to rwu-h the beds-ide of his ffing I
wife in BalTalo." ' i
"You add at least two hundred dol
lars to t2o value of vour place." '
"Yes" " !
"TIioa are not a burglar aliurm. Ind
when a burglar tind them in tie win
. i. ...., ...n.. .i:-.... .i
tlOW IM7 llllll i.4 UUVTIUIilJJl.'M
"Dot; vhas gooiL"'
"The air which eiders
be free of ch-ps, gravel, sandL dust umi .
other substances deleterious health. ,
-And yon will take 'era?'
3Iv frcadt. -.-hasdo-e llyicrccn like
M-i f adder krrix c' gin null down
In do Sitlh ward. D yo 'tA: hVd
ejjd am do-oUeri tfrld? retorted
Ml- bael. "Ah. como off "
Juv.ice Murray gave a disappointed
jdgb, the court ufltrer lookcti hoiked.
and Mieha.4. with hi hat ovr UU
Ir.nk the Cat.
Quite art aOVcting ncrn oecnrrl at
tbi visiting window of tboMaidan Ian.j
.Jail tbt nwirning. A yooog rna
ftliont eighiren year old m ineart.fjr
sjI. awaiting lranportUon t Danne
noraPriton. wLere ho H to rur a nix-r-arV
entene. Tlo prioner trat a
tin-lookng verting fellow. Hi faUir
. . n r..l mt.',.t. l.l ... t -
a wreUrl .Mjn.atKin eif .." " . -m-u toiic w r
miki. oe wn iooi witn sham-rd Jmw
on ono ide of the ;Tratlng and thegrluf.
tr.ekea father on th other. Drin ha-1
boen the can" of the bo tmobl
Toward tho laUer i . faa,cC Ple:M!?L ran--jr with ki
has contidftice in Mamma.
and though full of fear, he crouches be
however, ! ! uie know."
i -Of course sot.
atosu ot -awar years
Erlnf; -n4 wwfc ohnwiy pOaiiMa, 1
mimutkm'm W JMiiura. As' it wa
y came to
ers on a
nly as the
I pools ol
such a manner that it shall not interfere ! tween her -uinn-s. -.-nA i,nbl nn tn il.e
-! , t rw -.-.. ..W4. v -
wiui ma preconcerted arrangempnts
anil so throw the whole into con.usion.
Th"s Geld to-ilay and that to-morrow,
this harvest for next week aud
that for the week thereafter. Happv
aud successful is the farmer who works
after a wise and prudent plan. A". Y.
Charles Oakley, the oldest native
born resident of tfew York Citv. died
recent'yof old age, in Norwood, N.
J. Mr. Oaklej was born in 17S6, in
what was then the country, on the
boulevard near Central Park, and
lived there all his life until a year ago.
He kept his health and his memory up
to the day of his death. Beside his
nine sons and daughters. Mr. Oakley
leaves a number of grandchildren,
and even a rreat-reat-sreat-randcaai
Ar. T. Sun,
If I come home in dor night und de:
feathers with both feet andhisloubilL ; frontdoor vbas locked and I caul get
Mamma, who is not a graceful walker. ,D-U(. UO;C IJ icrcs;ai n-- Jt 31
hor Iw, x- -,nil lion Too- n.Urf ,r--.l J ' No. Sir- CO. Sir. liOW C2U TOU CX
"-' 'o iv - ij utv - aiw va
dies to the edge 01 the cliff, and anx
iously looks abaut her. Alas! there
hacked mil is tiojsiiI
-- --- - f--w. Baa-.
--. - -
precious freight. It is useless to try
j part 01 ta?xr ive ussy ix-come a prey
- to vario:r-4 pa nful di-cae. ch:e"y af-
fe l.ng lhe liver, kidney.4 and ttotaach.
S.tn"-iimts hypodiondriais of a very
continced chara. i-r declare it;lf at
j rthr times they am attacked by d?Hn-
I um trenica- or brain diea.es. Suicide
rad- f " a" " . V' "u w -' uu c; i vr attf-iapts at suicide during the ever- -Pn
mx. poet any sach thmf rom fly screens . depdo which ensuef after tiraH J!
, fa " hell. I doan t know. I gue yoc . ma!3lv nuoommo ofd
child to reform while ia orUon. t rru!
hl BiWe and iraproTr all pare time In
diidy. "Son." on tinned the fatber.
if you had the grace of Hod Jn four
heart you wouldn't be here. U tho
curetd grog-hop were mcpt awr IM
haro leen spare! all lbl I?t it be a
leon to von. tor. Th! i th, !
vou will probably ercr ar me.
another direction, or to wait another
day, for it will alwaysle the same. If
no: that gnll, some other gull will be
waiting for he: and her little one.
Well, she will call all her courage,
strength and cunning to her aid, and at
once brave the danger. She spreads
her wings to their widest extent,
law-ches herself into the air, and with
out a flutter darts like an arrow into
space. Awav she mil. Now the black
rocks are mader her. New the billows.
impose on me nsd tate me lor some
greenhorns. I let myself oud: und
knock him so far into next Shanuarr
dot 8v screens doan' keep him warm.
Detroit Free Prest.
The half-baked aristocrats of the
metropolis need give themselves no un
easiness over this 3iorosini match.
When the coachman comes in for hk
share of the estate they will not be abb
to tell him from one of tfceMelree.-
aad probably won't Bra your
The ecosd kind are those individual ,x iwr O. ray boy. prowls m.
with whom the desire for intoxication U w -Te Your to k that lght m
less a haHt or a proj naty than a mad- - ol; 0'r jonaer- The boy prolr4
ness and a mania. Iliw are not steady. . 3n'1 l i1 fi11 Hi way. Cw.
constant tipplers, thev have intervals . AlJn'J W -; Journal.
long or short of eobr.etv
tnese periods tney are often the most
amiable, fnendly'aad agreeable of mor
tals. Presently 'their time comes, and
either from some sorrow or worry or
anxiety, or often without any apparent
cause at all. they become sileat. soli
tary and moody for a few days or hours,
and then they betake themselves to hub
ghops which have welcomed tbea be
fore, aud indulge ia frhtfil awl m-
Utah haft ten thotttaad mall farrax.
averaging twenty-tive acre each, aasi
all irrigated. There U otdr oo largw
farm ia the territory, aad tkat h owad
by s compear.
Ninety-fiTe thouMMd sheet ei pa
per are daily co&fta-ed ia priawa
Uncle Saa's iwo-m-v aad ifcrr4iojJ
reree Kaaspa 'uk fafe Stmt.
tWHrown faatkn to nar attata
il..r.'r fvii--Mwti ir.i.j rr t. an thmg . and, to u a wmrmn
MlmuUnl. 4 U - Ut of I'af.rua.t j r rr Ulon. llrt-y OT tdyi CSmy
lrlirUlr-l',rK a'' N'f'-AfrtlNU bat th5ir 0 tt.
natiif-c rrm u i,,,1m"- . jrft ut rt Ten mttty wrn. not
rhtlogy Lti d tartly procbmiHl ; bnlniwal tippler. ho till csn mH Ik
the nature ot tbat hal tual craving for t mtiI! a loading tcntperatp Hx.
truaj: Ihjuom which, lng grat tied, i "I , dnak aad gtl drwnk t'hh their
emlo iu drunl.etir.rx. K b an abnor- j einmxH In prtt of wmrtnality.
ml tate if the wnn' av'-d brain. en and uhl twt l b rlal a -getnlennl
bv the pis(rtit ue of the j briKU .. though, a a iittwr 0 t9t.
aieu!.tfi' nf .nleoL, I. umlrr tbe ter--! the. mt imi InfrwtwnU. wri' dftant
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