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RED OLIT) CHIEF.
A. C. MOSUEIt. PiWfsfetr.
181 A r' ,n ' London fitrect".,
tf A matcher!, tattered and soiled,
' A irlrl that one often racsjti.
A Kcnn of hmnnnitr njiuilcd;
Tills Is the ffJri I see,
Whvn I mm that lor on the nhelf;
3'crhntw. If 3-ou'U listen to ma
Vou 11 tliluJc you tce her ourself.
Tbls J l;cr picture, hero:
Hrown even, liquid und lunre.
'Willi the. loolcof u frightened doer,
IWt the "Hobby" Bhould take bcr In
n -aronr iiuie iramc, nan ieu.
A frock with the pattern all ways.
An old MiuwrJ over tier head
Tvas her mother' iu hupplcr dnya-
IIaiplnes never wm her:
liorn to -fjualor und want.
Her place Jn this univenxi
Wus to Uvu with the prim and imur.t.
TolIcjAhfirom morn Ull nlfcht.
Stood In the wmd and the rain;
Sorrow ai her by nirlit.
And hie hrounht Intlntto pain.
She had u brother a child
Of Ilvo yttir old or ;
She wa f-l-t'T and mother, and "polled
A- mother will 8hi1I. you know.
?he 1-1 hlxn with tender liutid,
Or carried him. If he tired,
A nil In all tho crowded Strand
None jilt.ed and none udimred.
Ooe nltrht, ono bitter cold nlsrbt,
Thev fat on a utep to rest;
JCJnjr Frost was there in hits in'jrht.
They. In their weuknci. ronlef4.nl.
She bud wrapped the Miawlnnuid therhlM.
Though her throat to ttientorm wr bared.
When the" Hobby" came up Mie Mailed
A Moiie that the impels shared!
That' the Ikit ! They're Just as they were
When they fell from her cold dead hand,
And I mean to keep them there.
T,ll--biit 3 011 couldn't understand.
' What pood are they now?" "What pood!
They'll 1k' useful. I hope, md dav;
If I could Init.stuml wliero he aiood,
Th-v d Hirht me the re-it 6r the way.
J. T. Hartim Wittbutnn, in htmlon Atvoty.
A HEROIC' LIFE.
Tho Story of a " Disnprrooablo and
Fussy Old Miiid."
"Oil dear! I do wiJ; auntie would
filay at liome," said Ife'ie Wilton one
day, as the door closed behind that
44 Hc.ss.o !" huid her mother, reprov
ingly. 44 1 do !" per-isted the girl. "She is
so fus-sv and .so disagreeable, 1 don't
like her a bit-"
Mr. Wilton laid aside his paper and
sighed as he viid :
lcs-b I must tell you a story, a
true one." J
44 Do. papa, interrupted iicssuvns
she brought a low stool and sat down
at h's feet. f
44 !t w.ts many years ago. lios-ie. a
cold, wetday in early spring.' A part;
came forth from the ehurbh door and
stood reverently beside 4-if opi it gra;e
of their jiastor. Dust .vas committed ti
du.st. and the mour.'fs returned to their
home-. b'ji;inr I'-'P b the side of hi.
wift'jnratl died a few ;ear- befon'.
m J&tftfuw funeral w:i- over, the last sweet.
""" sad rits had been perfnrme 1. the
pn-o'i 'oe lid had been fistened tightly.
tshfitt it ' from ga.e forever the cold,
Csjilacul i ee, and Nellie Warren sat alone
SiN .he de-obite room. No. not alone.
iobide were three trembling chil-
rncte, endcut now upon her for sup-
rtjnnd all of the mediilesome. olii-
I'lieTre'ati;!1- who wanted to plan th
re?; future tor her.
SjTThc farm will ell putty middlin'
veil: oughter gel eight hundcrd dollars-
feFth.it. bu thai ain't much else. This
ore furn tore won't sell for much,' anil
Uncle :ilas ("raspall laid his hand
jpjpon the old desk in the corner. A
Jfbuge. ungainly article of furniture,;; ont
nnd - era t died and defaced, but sacred
in the eye of the mourning girl. Sell
for much! Nellie's lip quivered. Per
haps it was not worth much iu the eyes
of the world, but to her it was priceless.
All the diamonds of Africa could not
buy her father's desk. Kven as she
looked at it, through her blinding tears,
sht' seemed to see her father's form
bitting b fore it, as he was wont to do.
4 Ahem!' began I'ncle Silas again,
lie; you thought what you'd do yit.
Nellie? I .s'po-e he didn't leave ;e
an; money, did he? None to peak of?
I think not much.' faltered the
'And guess not- He never was
rreat fertnakin' money.' Nellie's e;es
dashed, and she shut her lips tightly
together to keep back the answer she
felt mu-t come. He was a ma-ster
good man, though. .John was. Wal.
now. yu baint made no plans. 1 s'poe.
I kin gi;e you a home, sich as it is.'
-sTi can I,' interrupted Aunt Selina.
'Nellie i welcome to stay with me as
long as she pleases.' Which generous
oiler, as Nellie well knew, meant as
lonr as she pleases to work well.'
'Vi think she had better come with
me.' Uncle Silas went on. 'What do
you sav. Nellie?'
-Hut. but the children it will be
k loo much you ought not' faltered
-Oh. as ter them," said the man.
hesitatingly: "Will, then', can earn
his board a-niost anywheres, and tother
two can go to the sylum.'
4 Never!' said Nellie, fiercely.
'Hut you can't expect one person to
v take 'email.' said Aunt Selina. -If you
to Silas' I'll take Will myself. 1
s'jio-e he could do the chores. Most
twelve, ain't he?'
'Yes,' answered rselbe. as she laid
her hand' protecting!;- over his. and an
swered his imploring look with a sad
little smile. . .
.4. And I'll take Charlie. He s big
cnuffter pick up chips and do little
chores,' said Aunt Sabnna. who lived
'l "But who would take Annie, that
nnle fragile, live-year -old girl, who
iirvevedthem all with such great,
wild pvos. as she clung closer
o nVi? Each o:i ffl?"1
: ,.:,..;i-..U' towards a r.ehlv-
1.ns' .' ... i :.,.:- -bo sit inrt from all the
Slow and had recently buried her only
SlSld. Having known the deepe-t 5or-
,. .,l.-l tbo more
row s" , ,. nftt-(..i,
tllC21"' . "V ... i i.1t.ii1c c1ii wntild
'"' i " tX iier hundreds
rCI Li i:..i . ICrrl.ior, thnir
are a inue iw .-r ---
oMier clothed in the deepest mourning.
f . Mrs' Churchil was their fathers only
r sister- as Mich they certainly had claim
- .... ?.nII..iv. She was a wealthy
nconsciousiy xseiuu ."'
this, and she Iookcu m ui
itcful love as she now arose
will take little Annie,' she
answering the inquiring
ill take little Annie, aim
2 everything that money
nd she looked coimy ai
Tnnt be mine alone.
ye anything to do vrx
ih trembling cr
"and aresolnto Ic
yti ia iv-o"e
"It'taTl fettled then ai
Silas, briskly. 'The farm aad fi
kin be Mid; I'll nee ter It, and t
cv km be nut inter tho back an
fittt'lWIM Uam tilltl' XaTt S-fcljf -. I
int;ii uij ri ti'JtJ itici ziia-viuv-
" 'You can give it to tho thr-iaid
iIrs ffi?clu' M fihc ailvnWii to
draw tlflFild to her, 'Annie wULfccid
nothuifj.' j Is
"verr cnerona in j'on tfiaprreu
;iimi fsaonna. ve, wen, reii:ty.T.nai
"The color flooded the poor pit fa
- . ,. a, i'... I ."
lat words were: 'Keilie. taka oar of
the little ones,1 and we cat Ml Im
You are taking care of tljt.'aMvhen
you give them up U good hottSy .a:d
Mrs. Churchil. I Iff
Why, gal. you're crazy as Qcoot'
Wiwt kin a gnllike vou do tu support a
m tia T..ll .1" . j -. I I
lamiM. i:n im; mat 11 yj un .
siinuer. in 1.1H11 uimg iikc jomioo.
aiKcu unce iian. in Mirprwe: m
IU ..-. tl,..ll ,.t ..!....,-.. ..-l.i.t
'Just :w you pleaM., thet lonl rel
atives answered in oie voice, I4 Kit when
yotffail don't expee. in to hqljyoii.'
44 'J never xliaU, aniwcretp'Nellie.
with much spirit, and theii jtfcey all
went their homeward way.fiaach re
lieved that the disagreeable !) i5cs w.ts
4 ' Nellie would a javcd ia fcWring a
gal this .summer,' relleeted IJrcle Mia-,
but then, her board and clot ie would
a eo-jt coiis-iderable. I lon't?iX)ie he
had a great pile.' j m
Will could a done th ifchore."
thought Aunt Selina, -but A o. e.pe-
ciallv irrowin bow, do eat avfam
44 4 Charlie' d a bin .-ome fc OBipan;.
,. , , - . . . .
bought Aunt Sabriua, 'but f W. bed a
bin a .sight of """"iVj if
Mrs. (. hurchil tJf lif jf the eild.
daintilv-robed form lrit he silent tomb.
of the costly toys and iisele-s frock- at
home and sijird. Not one tender
thought for tl.e fatherless children iu
she had left her
sue icu m eyes uxca un vr. A ... Sho nott vou j,,,, t. ,,. aill
strange, choking ?en.atou ppnied r.H(. s,,a ,; .raII..Nl b,.fort. lh,.
her. for the Urae, from an"jrii.- a .,. ,. Ja, lo . if N,.uit. hai!
word. Jhenshesaw. al!o. thWta-ii,t-, Phan-ed her mind. Help wa M-arrc.
inp, inquiring cvia of the chiMn-n. and wa--, hiirh. and hanctmi: comm
dimmed bv tear, ni they waited kr h r on. . j-icntv t.r .-at vi. eh? Whv. th-an-n-er.
Jhnt cave her robKloii and .,,,,. ,.rop -,, .,,i,.niif,i m Ver orchard,
ktwnffth. and she a d. unlie-fc rtfojrlv Ah tr..,.J 5, Inor,.n hai( folL-d In the
I can only say that I thank raj all. hi;ira..,i tat-ruillen. How did yo "man-
It... I .l.wilft..! 'rttw fltTil.J I 711..... ...
ii iu..w hl u in; i Miii, wi.ju n fie j l,ttl.. piec-of gn.uad m far. Father unded a protracted meeting last u mter
iila-i, answered elbe, Aiowdiut I , I,.ft u a hundred and t-:i dolhir-. but ue ; and became r.-lig.uu. 'lb- lrd for
am certain I can do it. ejliafe the jiau.-t ,0,,,..,j :i l.Hr of it ct. To ' a-,,. mv sins, and I joined the Method,
farm, ami the garden, andtlM: cow. h... ...n. .. ,.., ,...fi..ni iw.rrJ.l.-.. fir I ;.i ..St.r,.i. t .i...i'f ;,?...! m L -..tn
Mitt nuuiu iioi iiiit- t"'inu . in mU
44 'JXoi, Willie, do you think we can
take charge of the famil; '' asked NcH
lie? bra veh, as the door closed behifJU
their relali;e. f i
. . f
i guess to. iii! aiiswcreu, i can
So can I.' san Charlie, quickly.
And I can wa.-i ilishes, s.m
"Itless my children: It will he
strange if we do not succeed. sad JTel
he cheerfully. 'First of all wojmiist
know how much moiie; we h e.to'tely
on,' and with trembling bauds fhe
op. -ued the old desk and look Jill the
u ell-worn pocket book. Alas,it f;tas
not ;er; full, only a hundred intl ten
dollar- ! jj
"Tiiat is better than nothing said
Nellie, 4aud the bill- are all p:duf Heiv
are I'ver; one of them receiptee We
haw pro; ision enough iu thi-hiso to
last Us three months at least,'1 add the
shed is lull of wood. Oh. ;esvrt s'lall
( Io bra veh. We will let the lam. Tom
Ilawlin- wants to tak-i it I hc&rd him
asking father about it no two, weeks
ago. The orchard and ga-ilei we must
attend to oiir-elves. then theTreitiro the
hens, the turke;-. and theoV.A
"1 guess we can show'egi.' cried
Will, with lla-hinge;e, 'andtf we can
get along a ;ear or two it will be
easier. I'll soon be a ma'jtheu I'll
take care of Us all.' ' p
"So can I.' said CharliUVJdoutly.
" I'.lcss m; little nieii I ''"jailghed Nel
lie. It would be queer Jiuccd if we
should f.iil with so mucl) holp. Willie,
I want jii to go oer :mdeuTom Rol
lins to-moriou. It is tie we were
making our plans ami prefuring to fol
low them. Father v.ou'u not like to
ha;e us spend the hours ih useless sor
"And s, putting aidher grief, she
worked for the good if others. The
dear father was not fortten. Ah, no!
Kvery c; ening. w'heri tit. work of the
day was o;er. the fotij children went
with garlands ot ilowertf to the church
yard on the hill. wheri in their silent
sleep, rested the burred father and
mo her. Kver; muring fresh wreaths
wcr' placed an mud the pictured faces
above the old de-k irjlhe parlor. Their
sorrow was none th$ess deep because
the; dil not shutit in their hearts,
a tiling to biuod ovenin grief and sul
len sadness. Kycrjf hotir they spoke
cheerfully and Iovi'iily of the lost ones
as though they wcr still living. 'Fath
er would not iike io.' was enough to
change an; cherikfced plan. 'Mother
always said so.Vvrfuld settle any dis
pute. Tom Kawlfis took the farm on
hares, ami it wa-Jtvonderful how much
butter that one ;v made under Jud
lie's .skillful Dl!
cided to niisa tl
gement and Will's
peciallv as they de-
calf, a line heifer, for
I have got.' crktl
Charlie, as he
ered the kitchen one
g a neighbor all day.
night after hel
" l want l
t such a nimble chore
,' Mr. Wood had told
boy as vou
him. and .so h
.vent, proud to earn the
'No. I cu
not guess,' answered
Nellie, as shi,ooked at the bag he still
held upon hnihoulder. 'It's something
:tb;e. forIsor it move.
" 'Of ci
it is,' shouted Charlie.
unable to k
p ms secret another mo
the liveliest kind of a nig.
In"t he 'a Dimity,?' and he cautiou-lv
opened thrfc bag a bit, that they might
.see. I bright him, and I'm going to
buy somejLuabs, too, this fall. 3lr.
Wood AW-Jits me ail summer, and he
will pay fee a dollar a week; isn't it
se it was nice. Nellie's eves
can do .
ghtly as she answered:
it is, Charlie. Will and I
there is to be done here. with
oil), and you c.in bo at home
'very nigh. Yes, it is verv
just wonderful how them chil-
mage sa:d Tom Kawlius to
rvc bin in there time and
len the;- was eatin. and thev
Lcm to have plenty. Nellie sells
' butter, nice butter 'tis, too, and.
hunts the hens'
set? hens lav so.
tAui. a uuuuiiAi i;iui;Ki;u.9
ryfT9r " HlltHavtj T. mW-vb j
as , many's fifty turkeys
ly. Jiiarlie's thought a pig from
a ood, and is souv to work
all sammer. and Nell and Will
r.got the meatest garden in town. It I
s, au narur. i. never see tte om
e look so trim afore.1
'Tbat's becamse tby her ter pake
rytkiac count. Jtrad kietrift.
le'tv v ie,i h! s-ilarr trfieicnd
it brother's children, to whom the , wa u. the -ale of tin-butter and e.-g,
ii she, -would not miss would -cciiir... .g,.ni(.n SBj,v .M Uncle .Silas cal's it
tun.-ir r?1 i-.. if: i i .i ...-i...
on, anil he didn't hcv time tjr farm
So, like bco. they worked through
the long Mjmmer. Kacli one had ximtv
tiling lo do. and when Iwrry titii came
t iWv all picked what titer could of the
I luritf fniit for the nearer market,
Once Mr. Churchil drrre by in her
j c-rriair. but -he never entered the
hou.. or -jKike an cncotirapnj: wonl to
workers. Aunt w:na anu
1 .unt S.tbrina sent
' that wa.n all.
loL-i of atlrice, buV
Will can tell vou more about that
than I cm.' answered Nellie, with -:ere:
1 burnt their neU,' -akl Will- !t
int a ery lig job.
.ho'I didn't think of that. What
ye a doin of her.? What"- thi-? lar
d -n ai? That ere i- a nice piece of
V,-,.' answered Nellie. -Will and I i
, ,aTu Mn.port-d
breakfat, and muh ami milk for -up-
per eery day of our Jive-, but we r.r
all well and health; ;et.' lmiirhed NeJl.i
una t "o
2" ' - -
No,' answered the girl.
s-e how I can. H.irve-ting is coining
on. and there are loti of apple-, to pick.'
And so the man jogged on. There v.n
Denilexitvand ;ealion in his heart in-
-tead of rejoicing, and he had no
thought of oilcnug any aid to his .sis -
ter - children.
i ,4At I-t-t the harvesting was over, and
tine e; cuing. :t-they -at li; the lire in
.,.,. ki?.-iit n. Nellie
brought out the
1 ,4, l "' "'.,.
tli Ititi lir fr.iMi tbl
Well, bo; s. we will how wejdubiou- compliment, but -:i.ii nothing
,la,. (,,.,; v ,mieh nioiiev we
iUVl. ,, hand.' '
Two hundred dollar-.' said Will
"A liunilreil and .-eventy-li;e, saul
(lucss again! or I mav as well tell
.-iu.' said Nellie, gleeful!;. "Here i- the
tceouiit. You know ue have paid our
We have apples and beans and turke;s
and chickens enough left to last us
through the winter. There are three
hundred bushels of potatoes in the cel
lar ami quite a mow of oats to be
thrashed. Now listen, children, and see
if I have it right:
Wu liiive miM elhlvetilckeiH....
" liu-ty turkey- . ..
" :)J IlllsJieU Upples.
44 r. Ih.-uiis...
making a total of three hundred and
sixty dollars. How is that?' And Nellie
glanced triumphantly at her astonished
44 'And tho pig.' said Charlie, and the
two lamb-, and mv money! Mr. Wood
; paid me twelve dollars to-night, and he
wants me to work my board and go to
44 'Then the twelve dollars will ju-t
buy ;our clothes, and your winter is
M't'led,' said Nellie, briskly. 'I think
you can ell go to .school. We will take
enough from the fund to buy the clothing
we need, awl the Hour ami groceries for
the winter. That will eat it pretty well
up. but we shall btill have a nest v to
put into the .saving- bank. We mu-t
not live up to our income, for sicknos
may come or the crops may fail. Tom
Rawlins will take the farm as long as
we care to let it'
444 Which will be but a year or two
more,' said Will, proudly. 'S-'ewhat
a muscle there is already.1 as he extend
ed his arm for Nell's inspection.
Charlie and I will i tin the farm our
selves pretty soon, won't we, Charlie.
Yes. sir,' shouted Charlie.
" 4 Aim now. boys, you must -ce
nlKHit the winter's wood Shall we buy
that or can you get it yourselves?'
'"Get it ourselves, of cour.sc.' said
Charlie, indignantly. 'Mr. Wood .-aid
any time we wanted to "change works"
he would work for us with his team.'
' And thev did get up as good a sup
ply as any one in" town. That winter
they all attended school except the 'lit
tle mother.' as they all called Nellie.
All day long she stitched away, fashion
ing ga'rments for the family wear, nev
er tiring of her self-imposed task.
'The succeeding years were much the
same, some things sometimes yielded
more money, others less, but the aver
age was about the same. Then a new
dream crept into Nellie Warren's life.
A neighlwr's son began to admire her
sturdy worth and won her love, but.
when he asked her to leave 'her chil
dren,' she refused.
" 'Will is old enough now to take
care of them,' he said, 'and the new
house over yonder is waiting for its mis
tress.' "No, no,' shev-cried. 'the children
need me yet, I "must stay with them.'
"AmiV.fi both of 'our lives?' ho
" 'If neeus be, yes,' she answered,
Solemnly. ,' 'I can not be false to my
trnst. We can wait.1
I shall not wait!' he exclaimed. 4It
is noW or never. Nellie.'
"And it was never! He embarked as
a sailor, and before his passion could
cool flown enough to allow him to come
back)he was lost at sex Nellie fainted
whenj she heard of his death, bat she
kept n in her chosen way. The boys
were jeducated and learaed'a profession,
and J .nnie was well settled in life, all
through her noble self-sacrifice. She
lives hero still, in the old home-tcatC
altho igh each one of hcr children'
wouii gladly have her with them."
"I mould like to know her." said
Ressii :, thoughtfully. "How noble she
-x bn do know her. my dear," said
3Ir. yViIton. as he laid his hand upon .
her liead. "Did I sav Xellie Warren? I
It is a slight mistake iJessie. Her name '
is Nl'llie VVilton. my sister, the noblest
and truest woman God ever mad
'Tiial oldrmiid,' vour Aunt Nelbe. cd-
.,i.A.1 I ?. T . !
u.iu. uic, aau. v naie cr success nave
hrfve, had in life I owe to her teachings.
Vfbat would Lhave been if I had r-nnn
do chores at Aunt Selina's? Respect
a Jionor her. mv child, and. abov
.llnever let her hear von call her a
III, maid. But for Charlie and Ani
Hie sac miForoe an nonorea w
d 'Mother, instead of leiiding thafc
ly hie at lite old homestead.
x-I -.i , .. ...
.now coria A'erer nave mougnt net
ot ud disRMable?" cried Bes
Ja th swiefest, loveliest face
worlds liTAmnt Nellie. t
Mr.Wiiioaiilaaedas he resumed"
Vknoriaf tfcfct kit story kadk
hi ki 'Hkuf a 3
la. HW aakar kra- dltSh
Men die crerr dar. w!kk Htcj -
gander than :h3tofthe baulebero. anl
women too. U'forv uhrn? jKire dtv ;3
the herowm of Joan of Arc would fade
Vet we know nothitn; tf Um.
- Klto 11. Sirattvn.
How Ilr. Itrthtinc I'rntmt That I
3tr Itr a litnl I'arn -nd a
n.lirrnian ut tl- an- Timr.
The late Dr I Whun-. jrf idlsdiif 4iia.
wa "a brother of tb aagrl.1 With
oW Ijuiak Walton bethought. "Ctpd nev
er did make a more calm, quiet, izar
cent recreation than aa;jiisg." Xo
more cheerful eoinpnnka could l
fouml than he with whom to whip" a
tnm: stream. H huuior Imbbleii ovpr.
hi wit !lahd. and thr lor!l ojrn
in the wckxI faiicl to ehnut his tock
of e;ood stCtrien.
On one oecain. however, he fotiad
hiiii-'df an unurleome guet, ami a
coldly reeehed by the man !w a
aceu-vtonicd to entertain Mitor Ho
had gone to a ut"d trut-:nam in the
interior of !Vnnhnn:a. ami MMight
lo'lginiT with a man wb- had long
mtv-'i! a- a guile to -trung-r.
The man at lir-t repultl him. ami
refiL-iil entertainment, -aing "I at-
j pany any lonirer with the da
' !... .y. .-. t... ffy. ft. I
lint t!it- !M'tor' nh i-:mt rnannrn won
! ri?i tr tu L ftnutlv iifeniliti to
" - - -- . ,, --
take tne stranjrer in ami to -now me
;;a; next morning to tho truut-ptream.
When the; returned, l.tte ia the after
noon, tin man said, frauki;
Doc. I bke ;mi." t.nd -lappet! him
i fumiliarlv on the shouhp-r.
f "What do you like me for5" aAed the
Well. doe. 111 tell vou We've Ix-cn
out a'mo-t all da;: we ha;en't caught
j much. ;oti fell in anil go wet, ami I
1 h.iven t heard ;ou -.wear once
I The doctor 'smiled inw inllv at this
, to betra; b.s profession,
After "supper, as he was s King ,H,ti,h
the cottage, the man i:.uiie to him ami
I -anl.wiili alittle Iie-itation "line, since
j 1 jmed the church I've had prawr- -
j cr; irghl. We are going to ha;e them
! now, and mav be ;ou wouldu t oliieet to
Di. Hclhune heartily ace- U-d the in
;it'itton He listened atteutneh to the
at.i iiiuering reading of a haptcr tit the
Ilible, and joined lust h i'i an 'd fash
ioned Methodist hymn. -Th l"-t
watched him closely and tr.c'i ta i. m
a doubtful tone: "May be yoti wipiMn't
mind leading us in prayer?' i it
watched him closely and tfcc'i h? d. in
The doctor pra;ed in t!urnp'e and
earnest manner which the ir',in 1'ai
w.th him will never forgit. tfui then
went out again to the puA.V.ud -oh-tude.
The host soon ioined blip, mi I. I k-
ing him Mcadily in the fai.
"Doc. I .-u-picion vou.'P
"What do vou suspect af
tn.r ti-ol I lw.,..3'' ?
"Oh. no. nothing bad.w
wrong, but I kind o' .l-)
IBV be I m
; o t are a
"What makes vou trnVikfl'm a mln
'Well. I'll tell you,! I lafen't heard
you .swear once sincuiyi'i Ciin I hen
you joined us iu the'lijcnn is though
you liked it. Then thef; ; u pi;ed
niade me mot sure yon r a lunii-tir."
Dr. Rethune laughed fcc-irtdv .it sin
man's simple earne-tp'sard i mf. ed
that he had lieeii fourdi it rid via, a
minister. They had g'KJj! tr.ue togeth
er, and both of them C!ljei! tclbng the
story in later yearn it'. Cjhi
WHEN THE COwHpO.VE HOME.
A JournalWt Ir.rrlajthe Klui; nf the
Every afternoon J an doiri to ,ee tin
cows come home. : tt in tin meadow t
the milking, they t'ie i.i rainhliii"
haste. Way dowifthe sl.ul; lane a
pufl'of dirt arise' l'he i lo id di-epcn-
until mo view is ei Jp'u. "Jt:e cow, ar
le one. 1-roin the
e- the hor.is. tit
der-ev One ::Jtei
roiung oust em m
head, the liaiiksfolj
another the elou4.ffives then forth, en
bodying rapidly ifttil the erd -t:uii!
revealed. Up tl Jane thev oin-tioo i
ing. the dust clotti hanging dmnt tin hr
ilanks and stHl wiveiop ng 'he centaur
who speaks frcW the uh-ith with hS
pistol-like ;;iuVJnd hurr.t- them ot.
A charming slfflf it i- 1 m'ora. -tat ; I
queen of the h. lead- the;; a;. W Ii j
head uplifted (d -winging pace fie j
wheels into tJjfyi le gate, t'e aroma j
the clover hatfiigall .ilKiutherar.d t ) j
peace of tli?aJu':i,'ow l'3'n-ng in 1 tr ,
eyes. After Mr the herd -Je-sevs- dl
and evcrv ow a jewel-nres.inrr i
stall. JUM J
Then la.!-; tlie niill-inr.-1 f t . . I
coloretl a aa of great digtuv and 4
serve. wtpii hair done ur in cotta
string cf:fj:iper.. is m cb:r'e of
herd. Fipfourieon ;ear--e ha. b
trustctUaif found worth; 3 He ha.
wh) place th3 huge m
with the strait t. at c
teivals tlirough th ba
uiis men vuiii CI.1.S ot vli
h the dtistv u!d r nn !
retire. Then (s-olas tii
Adjusting Iiiss:;te apr
uie cro;;u. v. no- quetio
en ar.suonngw.tM -mticn a
atMi -eat hini-ilfiv :Ho
t cow m the iirst,-.
V.'i'l, I ju-t ;;.! 0'i ei
H it.; two sjijcv. v .ujI- ar
int. m. Oe head Uv.n i .:
i .M fine, anill: e 1. :.k f
n: inn the pa'If i tkw,
Thr e iuit'Ho.1 j. ,. c
,? rr.t tr. rrv anu a1. r'f i
froM f r.e -:. li to :rr u" tjf
I IM "aa '
a ' tii?jr V. I
ta--a. he gt5.
h-ilf d. z n fa- or.t-, , j , ni"
viKl a La f ir...I 0:, .1 t
t. 03 a t"r. amis .t :,
03 a t"t. and . TwAr- .i
r.' f- 'V :m- !Vs""a tL:" eiiad:f t
aoac ..is Us, i-rorc ! 0 lp
uas is a : milia: - ! ; Tj
s in ik. too, rnd nt
. "- 4- -
VThcn roasting laaaMnr f-u u
a do not like the'tlavo-:roT, ;, tt,:
ces of saJt tork or of wmn u-hvi.
re usually put over LVn.. take somt
ard butter, roil it in Hot. and sena-
are it into small lumps end lav hert
nd there on the mesr. 71,; Ii .-..
- sUV- uju -.
ichness and flavor m tT,. 1; ri 1.1
which you baste them. j; r. ibL
Doer hnntTnrr :- .,
Tin 1 V -"& ui auowaoie oc
v i- e uunals r pfcmtr
slow tumult Uatough the ga:-. brin'M fc , ' "j' Z ,lu r.ruKU Ior im'ir wrmiy , cnllfil neutral -piriu. in-teaJ o.'ting illOMf wh ,aV4. tH. roairt X !
intheir ricSdder-the e-neeoft c 7''If;irV " K wa s,4a,,, b.v ,m what it is call d-corn or ne wbi-kr. , conveyances An-I H "
ritled pastait as hone; lH'.briii"bo.-i'i 3!,t"r' "- proiuced by them.elvcs or apple brand;-. And tbw neutral well-mana-ad r In i iahIj to
the stolen Wf't of the tluWs." (h . ml capable of remedy by tliernelves. j .pint is made not bv rectifying or di- strong drink i ' fr 4Mfrvd.
in the open fct the herd d-per-e- -J ,T( , on,-v" kn?w," . M?,,'i tht '-1 tilling. Hit b; taking the rnmV high but U now .. drd rMd fr -eni-h
rnnrraiils her w.iv tiis.n..ww.i. . sjanlar. " The .rkar is very beneficent i wine, and oflnrinc ten gallon, of it I .i..i i .k. - l.BM f bawi. li".
"--- --. tt .--- - - - - v , . kr.m I
BURROS AND CAN01S.
A ojt of Yarn from -is5-tr Ulr
lift. llOUi to th tlf f IJ HfJ.
iUifkmi ha bru jadiox tW 14
iiw in Uh Sjotbwt-vt, m nririNMl
U Detrmt to 4H. Oa iIm winx ol
bl antral an iaionwd r-r-jio rj
fceid la SefcarWcr ' HtO bark warn.
Thy giM- of Ihr Oirntiom kut bw 4 )
taring at ctWMkVrxW- bfttk fm tlu
.cit if hd rv m ku lrbj. mm! 'Jr
dattgri be had tmrrmmketml a4 r
; i vrtl. aai jtartirttlarlj hi fir: awt ttaly
aUrntpt to rWl a bttrru. as aU"Mp4
that terwlnaUi bt about tbirt; retut&
and etatH-l kim to tiw bouH far a
wek. He i oodtKbHl wtoli Lb ieiiir
tioa ton: if h w a goraj; to abioc-ain
be w(4tbl walk tnvr t of tW hat ta
pref ereece to Vryutg U rW a burru
Oh. burk I:" iy 'no:ti to rU
any kiag-earl bss thate;er burked
Iii-t vmi wait till vchi KoialeU
Iitrehtmrk ranfr', Ilttf. ati ;oIt walk
kIh-ii nt want V go Ut Wialor "
The a-rttn ca frtim Il.ll Mnl.m.
wImj wa. -lowlv but rl; xrp? bi
uav toward- the tiottowt ot a Uwlb?: vt
"You're talking alwwi: otnetbiag that
;ou ilnt know notbiag about, ltdl"
"No. I am't, ltlti As tW uwvrrled
-chool-ma'am -nnl when .he ren"bml
down for her clipper to -pnak lier own
;oungun. I';e had MTunc. "
"Vou don't menn U tell me tb.it aa;
dowii-Ka-t Yankee hke;oi eer w;i
gntel a buvhtiark canoe, do ;tm Itill"
"I didn't sav I had. !il.f." "
"What are ;ou talking h)UL tba'"
"Hut I tried it once. ie-.t a- ym ir-
to rale thedwuk. and I got otT.juu-ker'n
"Tell Us nltout it. Hill"" -homed tbr
recepHon committee, ami one of theai
motioned to chucider that Hill'
schooner should make sjlher ;v;ag"
to the keg.
"When I wa a lw;. down ia New
York, there wa'n'l a chap in our dtj
gin's that I couldn't throw in awratl
lick at rough-ami tumble. out-holkr. w
do up iu an; fnhin. I brought that
con-ait with m to M'rhigati. but It bad
a had chill afore I d lcea here a Wtrk
and died m-ide of a moa'h. Th
funeral iccurril jc-t nlnNit the time I
trietl to git acquainted with a cam
"It was up to the Soo I'd been
thero t.o or three da;s Kwatehiu tlwtn
jN-sky Itijiin- eune a-wboopin' in with
their 1 uds of ti-h. s'..-,j,ln up iu thu
cntiucs ami a piurgui away wuii s
long-L.iled paddle, fust on one -iile nad
then on t'olh-r. and I jest thoiigut iu
bow I'd Ihi; iiic a canoe and how th
; ann. nts bow a white man's Iwcl
1 mked when he was a-rowin'.
" I paid a tamal red-kin fifteen dol-
t 1 ir" fr M'"' canoe, pulled oil m; enit.
.stepiied in. picked up the paddle, and
('iii t sii it, ,1ft on., siib is L.f- iil Iv
as the Intim dnl You niH-dn't neve'i
a-k me how it happened bo;., for
don't know I thought the durncd thing
tur'ied o;cr and -link, but when I coim
to the top and cltliiheii up on the dtn-k.
there wa- that pe-k; canoe -ettin righi
there on the water, lookin' right at me.
a- iuncrceut a.- a sheep, and not a droj
of water in it.
" rg!i" grunted a big. -trnppin'
Iujun.;vhite man catch fi-ii like otler'
"And then the pe-k; ra-eals com
mencc'l a lalliu a- if "twa- funn;. in
the somen hat eeiting incidents of tin
next ten minute. I was quite bu-il; en
gaged When the excitement wa- over
a couple of us wa- j.urt; near iimi! up.
and that cmsait Id brought all tlm w
from York .sn,. was de.uler'n a inaile.
ham t heen half a. -mart -ence a.i I
was afore." IhtnU Fric l'rt.
COULD NOT SEE IT.
lVfiiilt iii tnillii Who Are Vol Aniloti
lU-ttcr Thrlr Conilltlnti.
Having gathered the head men
around him. Dr. Uellew proceeli
catechie them in a paternal fit-hion as
tithe san.tar; cond.tion of their vil- -
l.i'.., I.,.ir.,i.i.- fn1.11 ilii.ni tl.,.. tl...v i
, "V -.' I "-" 11 MiiarK m; 111 "-
an- generally healthy except m tbeoii something about , and Ken-
autumn, when the -eason change. Dr. j tuck v. i u ma; put that njrbt down
rally free from
Hut ;ou are
ickurm. I -pi rtitn 1
lie weaineris ry.' "ie,. replie,
the s,M,kc-inan of the lsmbardar.. "we
have no sickness- to -peak of. except '
after the falls of rain, and worst of all
when the -ea-nn changiH in the
autumn." Hemg a-ked if thev ne;.-r
thought of taking any mea-ure- for i
remwhieg tin-, the Inmlrirdar- gave
the following characteristic r-ph :
"Il.w should we' We are rHl s
eraturcs. and in Hi- hand-, (rod i-
"iiuiiu. anu in- as are in-cnitaiiu.
He pro; ides for and cares for
nite adni.tting the tn:th of tha-e re- ..ym. k.t . It.u J(rt, what w 0 tbHr rrloa I, mr "r ' fr
marks. Dr hellew ne;erthele.s.s inquires found. In the tlrt plaee. that the ra- t an exam!, tlie n immmmr
whether this wa-anv reason for their inntr nf !.! ,.-.. t,..!.. fr... what I .. i i L.. . .. ?k kitaa. af
lo us jHior subjecLs. and you are all vcrv '
ki-e. Perhaps vou will tell u'" Dr. Hef-'
lew doe, tell them.and after pointing out -
Ininutel; the faults of their dwellings
tnlt rs, a":d w t .
o .ai i'i. c-1 ;.e mn ih r
Th 3. fi r ;h ..:-: tla . do- s D- iJ. '
Itv. express stjri.i. Ht r m nl-.i.
zaildar that L- nd tl:. Iaabanlar.
ha;e everal rini'S tliiring the conver-a-
tion admitted having received orders
for over three years. "Not Leia" able tn
carry the subject further, howrer. Dr.
Uellew can only advise these men to
fulfill their duty. Meanwhile, without
direct Government pressure, a "horri
bly filthy puddle only fit for pigs to
wallow in," and scmercd heaps of
dung and a-hes and filth of all .sorts,"
will continue to disseminate disease
among the people. Bombay Gazetteer.
The virtues which we require of
"it-u. ieu are necessary to aodetv.
which must be lived oat la dallr lis. I
arenot aaoooshiae aad bypoexuv asd
mesUrn Otnttian Advocate.
nu iwu. me lamoaruarremarKS. "l i.-.m
m 1 Lii 14 TTT ; ' r"
CHlLOriE.N'S TEMPERANCE nAL
yttr i . ra&
We n( u i uimWi, kr
fc hrk vta vMrK "
aa-9 ftaaiK iftau &. jA mm &.a a j a I
uii r 4aiwa Wtw tsmt$
t - tat
tm - .
mu4 aar wi
at raaar. M-
w s wti'M )
tois, Uw W.
Taa a a
"ar WaMtt la raw a i i 4 av '
IVa aiTM4M U Craaa r- jaa aa( Immmt
Ur ia. atteV. W iw aaa a aaaa ia.
M-r, UN - t
A arf-4M? a &4'a
. m af
Il it wam rt4 iii iinaHaf ttmmm oaaa
a !! I avrsaaa.
h0 a4 rs-. a4 vVa.
m i-l a4 iiaaaa aa anaits U
-4 Um sraaal AtBm
ts e a ximmtme.
O, ihr -aSiet
IW. Utt aCMCM
twar a- tia trrtat
ia ta 4rite - mB ( fatMc. far a vntmrt
t: m p a-u ; t-t UiaoM nit f a tfa ai
Hil. tWa. mamtrr, at oar a C 0 Maa
Uwaua arnw oiai atrvatr.
rawa a(lir4 iNr laaal lw aUrMi U iW
t"ui aatf bftaMf trntay.
.U awn tam, kiWul tjrau (aaai aar
Wc new maainr. a
ta ia Kiac f ih.i
faaoar. , taa
jvtia;. tan lrw. 11m hrav
Vli . M rVam.
riif ;"UIlnol "m jvhhimI. M hUh HrfetVtng
Urn lur I . llirlr Tliixili IU
ti.t f III,- I liur t Ihr t ,;r Mtlr
' 1"IM utrtn,t I Jo. tlvhilruut ' mmI
Sum ntontb- np Kct Tavtaa 11
llreen. of Chicago. ; ht ps-lc aaaa
Minda; r.;eainjf Dijrurss WR Matt-
Traps In that eitv Hr prrpaml for
them bv a pixmnl ;iatamatHi ta;.
tigtb.a. I U rm r criian-s,!
.- -rnisntiritb Tbry e-rtnialr dkl
prtHluce n itsAtion. It wmld Wv
argue! ill for the wral MUMUuaa. 4
hi. people if tber bad H. '
k.1 ' ,. ,., , ,.
wtlllti t iMBs atn (ha AifVaaf ul tw - -
otitMimM Uirough a fneotl ta nceltt
book of a bHi in Nw Yrk ("lit wla
! "drerti-ml b; veret ctr.-ulni-,. nUlrad
h Ui Uh trails, the malarial
ar; for waking an; kin! f w ,aa nml
Mroag drink We pal.lub.sil iu reeHa
and gave its name, und ehHr?d MoOiing
for the fr adTertiaeiiteat We rv p.
pnre.l. therel.M. ! tlw reptiMl leault,
of Mr. (ireen's itm-atiraDons
" 1 ha;e luatlw t me tig lion dtuiai;
the pn-t week In rtrard ti Ibjimi
ami sr tttne tnx Mainaa
Vtwm Hmtm at . ial awa
- . t.4 . i iaai tfc aaav
i ' i" mmm ' .mi. i
liiMan. , Umt
BMtfau. mr kim al.
ni ,at a iMi. ia--
punhaMMl ,,, n d... or more ot th.ll4ni Umnrml f- a W "
-nbHiiH of the em In all t- tttj .take b,,bi WU Th. -rr i.
In,u.,i i.iin-bH.1 l.r me were j4 Mich . ' , . rfM nx, jrfvLln
a- would have lH-a Mild to anv
citMoiiier. awl -ih!! a.. xr mim ;er;
...a. .. . ....-,. . . .......Im f I . .. - S. .
uy ami UIJ..H iv mwtiHH. i iwr !.
. . ..M
i '"-" -ainii anaiw.a, an , cva, .,..
hI rb-intotn ha. akll her ;4re t
tin ea!enor of ejHa.big tb mnn-trap
"(.oik liquor 14 exj.enMvo To Ik. jtun lb-d-ak-r .4 d-aa u, ea4I
rmqiaredm th- m.t approved war. to bi, wrk A, ttt-rm iJm Won
(e careful; diMilb-. . to U ke,it nwa; a UiK hnn .ftnl j,M, mm.k
.ull eient length of tame for b- f.d oil . uml frJ ft ku ,, uU
to ..lowh evaporate. ,enn, far t4. h:h sn html ..emmm to aa,af.
a pnje for the common mnrket, IU.t ftiw 4UM M. !m
whi-ky and lrar,ih. mw miule. are imat , . . . . ... . ., . . ,j
for consumption The; muat have the
rn",r' W,,Mi'or- ll'4' Uv' ,nl ;'" OI
wim t.w,mMx good drink, 'tlv
1 . .t -.' .1. ii. ... ...; .T-
j as a ue. anu coticiuue uia: 11 uw utnue
. - ' I
ii'imi i. .,,.. I' a, ... .-r . ..'..,, .
, I"V tl f Mill r in.Jft 4. lff IF
aar . .. Itni.I -..- IiilI tii..l .a
al i jal inonl, in the wbolenii.
house on Lake street. That evaporating
ili.l. ,...! tin. ti.-t-t..!,.. l.n... u...... .nr.
. - -- - - a.i -rv aracma-
, ho.. U.H-. m .... a.K,; ,., nrniurKr ; w!lojJv .a-tanMat for b Jrj:ni-
(?)whi.kc. Ami ju-t here I want to,.. ', , , .. , i. -; J a,!.
Ihvsie?atis .tn.l Siirc.H.i. fr th.. ..-
ice if it laborator;" I am orrv for
( the foul fume that'must have go,,e up
from thto filth; mixture. lit I Udv..
manv a xoung man wdl thank the tet-
s of this laboratory of .Hence for hi
i rvdctrttitirin frr.m tint i-iitm ti ilrint. '
five tound of unlacked
with a little alum and .weet nitT
added for tla; or
up. tfie'lime slacks
Up. Wie lime Macks JteI. tlie mil
i M'ttled and trame4l. anu wtoidm
ncu'ral -pint for the manufacture of
fort;-vear-old Kentucky whLkv And
of it three-fourth of the common
drink are made.
"Now for .-ome of the Ibnior.. On
the corner of Fifth avenue and HarriVon '
stre.t a half mat bottle ot whiJcy w,
pur-haied. it ' eomiKed of'aUmr '
-tt-tive jr omt. neutral spirit tb :
n-e of concentrate! Ive and -
JlakcIIime-and the rest 'wau-r.rnix'd
t.p w th gh curiae, colorwl with bonvsd
r r aa.i cleared with arx-a-. l
wt. h there wa eaogh. if a "
h Id drmk a pint of it at oacv. to Ml ,
1- rr 4a a minute. The tlavor wa Jrfv
t ,e e-feoce of bourbon, wbira s
r: 1 V. a wt proca oot of alcohol ,
a-.'l at 1. preduring a kid of t
i'i p.tr.Kmlar i&rnjde had bi
c a.- 'f xiivaud chn I!,I-Pf,,"
vw- j art 0; jjjjt sorr ot ixan-a. pur fjr dnaik- H satiilii aaat ua9
. T:.?ik.., oM Keatncky arki-ky. frty b. dnrd jna iuad badS aft-
ytar- trf eg. Wha: a cr T1 tas4 i a fti drjraa lia bkfer
t rink; CnaccatraNrd br f . '
if yMi l.ke ghreria?. ?.
chroraiura. aadT iVBrv of fivs i- 1
.... . . .'tr'b avsaae '
-r rom tiia. corarr -- -, .
aad Polk . roos fc-iw a; -
'"- ""Tr ".''.
j a laaaT
nf nrtttrai Hck:
tne ret. vair. ijwo-. 1
come a boitJe
mzh . - Sra it 06.1 It oa tba
'oka tort of comical 'ether that
.tfoald do a cseaB'3 " .
. .i 4 taat ataaK-rs.- m
fcmell at- . . mrV I
1 . - ftn.'- i-sfav ' aai bat ;ia?d Ja vrreral ar-
S1)W"' .. . . 1 llnr.i nf ike -rttrr frrrfn Ifii-ir-i t-.
of port wnw " , . . "T V. TT TJT I
. .- . . - UMM AttikH-Ct txi hilKt of iiieb!Sl. la 3
vi. i Ds-s . - - j- tr aad the Ies rr tM Kjtr bus
Itfrorrj; iSroritr. t cieawrr to tt!e tasa wmis.
1 . -I- ,t,:- s-rin- Thte oamlsr were Iatratol fc
ule the navona,, v- - ... n-I all lb- rlkA cT ts ikotniad aad
treuiiw- ui ,.;.. ,t, mnranl wisrw tin fnrMl ar?re Ioosjm
r. .rl 111 MC BJCItU... 4ww- - . .
' a . bj t iTna.i;T". a ikiia mv ' r " --. ,- " - -
ataac, oa c .- -j -. .
x ce1 EJitofvar c-fT3c
t L. -J- fc. m
"Vmm Kle ffit fe.-a?5 -
,? 4n !v i n. m bl
mjmtmttum. laJjiWrV waJL n-str t
pMi 4 m 4 tm 4 m $
4omm f4BM si, fcwa Rva IaJy? a4
I U. mJSm iaia ! etw rt4 4
ia A9m u mm tmitrus 4
rMrul a & it a fxlixi&
, mit I
W aaaarat fMTMav ik(. rti
tta UWi JU 3t
!, ih-iiatainl aal
. rv- r4 ll fr!rf
w airta I mhm
rtaMi aasaaraaK fcav wsaar s
, r aaiimaaai aaal aat W ! f al.L.
, - -, , . t
JtiMt, lata aara jp. a ua4 Wm.
a.M oxatT oil iKtattaa. . a K taaaai
aiUatar aara ai i ii a I at . U.
"ta MMftacaa tpaH. tMHstaira Jvar
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