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. i half her trind on the loaves of bread in meant to follow it. She had ample
mkiLn0fIlfth'nim,P1.l,?! the oven and the oihrr half did-not tune for thought in the day, that fol
anoHiQ vq accompanied njr in name or tee ,, . . . . i ii it 1 i t .... -
author: not necc-urUr for publication, but fully comprehend what had been aid. lowed, when -ho wad only able to sewn
Man evidence of trood fn-h on the part of j "l)ai-i.v and ro-e" I don't . -ire what little now and th-m on garments for
Ier. Hi; jmr1fculrlj- careful In frlvlnj: namci
ana onto to have ihc letter and Courts
VlaJn am) tflMiuct-
THE LOST BATTLE.
To lilt heart It struck hH terror
'Unit l.e iHiichcl l'uj:h of (""urn
Tin' mitii In the i-oJdJpr unuhl'-t.
Willi the oortl w bravely worn.
H Htnick his heart like t'ie ffl wind
'lit find hi ciirirad'f ?.f'.,
"While it.e lntu.fleM wasjcu.irilo'l
1: ili- I'-roen who my dead.
JIc drew hi swonl In tie aunllirht.
And rniled w.th a Ions halloo,
l)-wl wen. t icre m on- living
ftunll rftsiy It out with you'"
Jle ra;l a nisifd Mtnndard(
Tin lomdy houI In wiir.
.Aiel rjiMed the loe to onuet
Ky xli.jiit they hear afar.
They ;ni!Io"d aw-llt toward hlia.
Th banner il'.ntei! utile.
If -ftnl . he nank I.e. Mi- It
(pon III jiHonl, and dlid.
.Vr iW'i'ini'; iir, in Jturjifr't ifnyl'
A Practical Sormon Prcochod by
tho Collar Stairs.
ritranjreiv enough, the cellar stair.-i
7irilied itt Ieait the contributed , . R ,.nt.r:iv ,liu a f,.ioWhanl , cab.n the other -lav he found the ven
that very important part, the appliea- ' j, to "Jo uncomfort tide." re- eraMe human n-lic stirring up wa-h-tiu.
Sister Searles hail fumi-hed the I t.poiiTed Tim. Then, having reli.v.d clothe- that were in a boiler on the
text in the morning, but then the -it- '
rnoii might have gone on from lir-dly
to forty-seven t hi' without Mrs. Harney-
notice, hud it not been for the
Mri. Harney was hurried that day
he wai always burned ami it wa-
warm ami utieomioriaoie in me miii
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kitchen, where she 1
xviih liastening to and fro. growing j
fretted ami tired without slackening
her speed. Nealic, standing at the
ironing-table, was tired al-o.
'1 here's so much to do." she said,
wearily. "I do not sec why we need
do biik 11 r and ironing both in otic dav.
It. makes siien a crowd, and We could
have left one for to-morrow."
'I'o-niorrow wdl brine; work enough
l ius own. answered .ur.-. i:irne;, 1
ipiiekly. Hesiiles. if we should get the (
work all out of ihc way the fir.-t of the I
week, a whole dat. to re-t in would be'
Hut lh'.'i we shouldn't take it for'
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1 ii inf. .lis. 1 i.":i list" 11 11 iiiiiii i. :i i iiii.it '
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il.I illlll sunn 1 11111" 11-1 n- ruiHii" 1
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il into it." iiiiiniiiiied Nealic. to whom
one hour now looked very inviting and
that possible day in the future vcr un
I he mother did not answer, and the j
irivl's Hand moved more slowlv over ,
e . I
the damp muslins as her gae wandered
away to the hills where great trees
were throwing; cool shadows. How
pleasant the shade and greenness were!
The desire to bring it nearer suggested
another thought to Ncalie Some
'i:ies woiilil be so ni'e at, this window,
mother. I could plant them if you
would let Tim dig a little spot out
Yes. but if we ever get the house
Jix d up as we want it we shall have
.shutters at that window."
"Hul we don't know when we can do
thai, and the vine- would be so pretty
now." urged Ncalie.
l'rettv? Well. es. if we had the
whole yard trimmed anil laid out as it
jdiould be. I hope we shall have it
ome dat : but. a stray vine here and
there seems hardly worth fu-sing over
when we can't have the whole done."
Nealic sighed but was silent, and
presently 'I mi came in with an armful
"Neahe," he said, pausing near her
table, "if you just sew this sleeve up a
little. The old thing tears aw Jul easy,
.and I just hit it against a nail."
He spoke low. bul Mrs. Harney's
... iii.l. ..: i.'lltivll fill. Wfirilw
iiiiii n 1 .11.1 tinii tiiL ...nil...
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I IlUl liin.ei tuiii .iv. nil, 1 1111. 1
never saw such a bov to war things to
nieces! No. Nealic can't s!oi to mend I
il now. and 1 can't either. I've been
intending to get ton a new
there uoesn 1 seem mucii cnanct
uiiiiee 10 1
make antthing new while ton contrite
to make'so much patching and tlarn ng
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:i snap, .inn was me uiicii not. Kino-
hearted but careless, -and ho u:ls '
ra'her discouraging. Poani ami cioin-
iioi- soni.diiiies tnnc-ircd Pi her -i hb'h
mg soup tnit.s apiM .mt u iu 1 .1 in i
price tor nis scit.ee- uurrt. now .
and pick some currant
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r airi V4 tiii
Tin Vook the tin mil pointed out to '
t mi look lie im pin I'ouiiui mi i ,
im, ..hut he !iil no hurry as he .sijhI .
itith clouded face down the walk. 1 he
thought of a new jackei would hav
Ih'oh vcrv pleasant a few minutes be-
lore, but it had smhientv lo-t attrae;-;
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Phe bov drew his bu-hv I
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UltMi tikis' a - .- -. - s v- ,. -
Oill Ol sijiiil .' ui iioiisi-. mivi. ,
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himself upon the gnu-s and I) gan Ins
ourranl-txcking m a veiy iclmteiv
inauner. Then it was tbalt Sister
Seniles drove, up in lier,Ailtling old
buggy with a horse thts'is.jas" Tim
:td?"a regular old tevolutltfevt- pen-
If I can't have line horsal and car-
rnt'o. I can take a deal of om fort with
those." was always Sirter Searles's
cheorv comment upo
:! nan an orruiiu m jwrs. narnev s.
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.nnd had stopped OB Jfrr war to the vil
lage. A plump, nyy-faccil little woni
:u she was. noi Jpiing, only that she
belonged n vihar class of people who
never grow oMlfneatly dressed, though
it was "bintifr old jwplin madoover."
.Ir . HanKy noticetl while she was
talk ng.atindering a little that she
.should Jife "taken the trouble, when
vslm suNlr needed a. new one-"
t 'I'tulrivniu i lnr w?irnt In isk nnv
sit in." she said, apologetically.
OvtJTT ?nla-aeAir,voIiar tust owt-
ing a cnar o.-',?WsiteNjtble to
o tho door. " hen we aiW-fcli-ill
ave- the house altered to sntt ns
e a stove here m the summer.
'In the mean time yon nave inisnicvi had not found much t'X for talking o'r I prove the aiserrton. N.neraJ urore. ..t h:v. n ir.me Mincer Joae, J ar.i:t Jly m te pn. Bat ark b ,rTi !-.!. anaHaol I k m- i CulTir T J i-J:' .
.cool porch. What a pleasant place lKdmjJ tocher -iS'.hJ if .-WHi Atlaafc -' flr3wm a ,-x.n car. around. wbOe rl, , hJe. If foa n-aat dy lamaa f J V"!? .
b!" ald Sister Searks, admTringIt. tVd UariiT: she hnT alwav- been o J are wm s not leI to any crcat ' b.dund him. lead nsr a valhr do by a i oare. cne to ( ocw ie term o- I Z-im?m ae-a are fornwiird to , 'r? ' r4 ''i 5:
Yes. U one had titae to enjoy it. apVwhca hewa. . h4?lic.ime tettent. and where swine are -enainly , piw.t 0 c;0thesiine.-3mo3!oBtaior- two aad Jku frmit j rl 10 W da- " rZ' t-ee4 hmai 'Jt,w,Mrt',u le! aaa U4oiiat
Atuiwered Mr. Jtaraey. With ian uneasy ou .dreamed ol V , - n5nV?0min-. never kept upon a diet of e.r- alone. 1 Kten. 1 has seen Qu.ea ( ath-, fs:.i f.r rehire fca The Lat tftree ; " ZZL-L u wt 4 -h. "m U - faat .
latirh. Tm so hurr.cd tryiag to ost Srbvh-n m I iate maav'have stored -etTnly f ,r. -'vmo-; Ui ai ,,. wx,h tub w.-nle do j r funr aa:k of roar Coair-anai , TZrt UarJ th a.1 && di but A btadea ol
rerVthmg: about the placetrt just the jX2S th" iSSs. - Iicaa nt eveab-.-ani. intha,-A.WrHriaiwa. a'Iar U awoa-ey
Tisrhionler that I dOtt thaw time. "IV,, Wat mneh of line., or We of the Katera sw.e that their ' otfa (tir hvr. ha whitotvasbed os j to the fWilos an 'aalcae. of jnarM. l?aZ?T ZllAt ,rs- . lrbl-ad. if - roitM a!w. h
iXakc time. t
mfy. vrs:...- .-.s.. I., r.imk..
SlKor'iinr ea 11 etre thaCs
'ftaTYou see.1" she added.
blshinir a little, as if her words need
sod excuse, "it's somethtnjr I had to
learu myself vears ago never trample
n daisies inawiuTchase after roses.
!The voscs Ihavent found, but the dai-
faos liAve been enough to make tho
. o..o.. iivnt-wl titvon her m
.! .-.:,. c ftin took bar de-
.- - ,, ,; tli ,irW imUlne- htitt'a'cc dent ciumiis t mar ner piaa. or 01
Ia25StoO indinjrtliem. Bits it
f22ftwlina.y?wHns for Hashed upon her now how many; httio
any sort of llower h:io to dowith want-,Thn. or look over scad- for Ncalie
ing a now kitchen. Hut there! I isi-' vine-planting: and .-Jowly but surely
po-e minister' s wire hear -o much , hv learm-d her lon. and brought jt
talk that it comes natural to them. - back to health with her to gather Iif-"-
Hit of old sermon-, like a anyway. pleasantness a.'? f'od -ends hi sumhin
Dear me! I don't get much time for ', lay by day. Pacific EvangcL
poetry in my life, I'm sure of that. a a
How Tim do- loiter!'' j
Tim. meanwhile, had sauntered out j "A MOUNTAIN PINK."
from among the bu-he?. and was en- i , .
raged in untiintr the old hor-e that, ncvranw.
Mr?. Searles had fastened a- .-ecur-ly ',..,,, . ,.
a, if it could be induced und.-r .my eir- ; rjiy M"' l"n P-map- now lit
eimnlaiccs to run. He wa-moved to ing in the In: ted Mates U ylvia Dii
this act of gallantry parti v boeau-e he Ihkco, a negros-j and a former slave.
really liked the cheery little, woman
and partly because he heaid Mr-. Har
nfy call and was in no huate to go to
That will do, thank you, Tim,M said
Si.-ter N-arle. nervou-ly anxioiii to ex
pedite hi-j -teiH in tho tvav of Otenli-
"I lliliiK .Mrs, jsurui-y is caning
-Vus'm: she mo,tlv always is." :im "" n " "7" '"" " '"', -"";"
answered Tim. philo-opkically. pausing . underbru-h and huge bowlders that
to arrange the harness with painful de- lend a ruined and barren picture-. n:e
liberation. hcm to tiie lone .-pot. this fnmoui
Itut. my dear boy," urged Sister mountain pink" drag- out her bur-Sjarlc.-,
read ng something in hi-. den-ome I f. attemleii by her babv,"
knitted brows, "you should really try a-she calls her ounge-t daughter,
to plea-e and help her all you know. ( Kli.abeth Alexander, who is herself
.She is kind to oii." . seventy tear- of airu.
0h. ye-, shi- kind. (July when I When a ronl reporter, after a
hi- feelings bv this -tatement, hi.- eon
.-eicjice j)riCK'u ijiiii -iigiuiy, ana ue
added: You -ee. she'- always in such
a hurrv. She can't eonie and Iring
'em: she ha- to pitch 'cm."
Mr.-. Searles meditated as she drove
down the country road
Well, 1 never thought of that be-
fore, but I do suppo-e that's whv the
Hible -peaks of the Lord's loving kind-
, . ,,,t.r,.v !,ccaii-e there
M) nmo, :inilne-s iii the wirll that
isn t one hit loving. and .-o much mercy gray mountain, it at last occaim not
that is only duty and not tenderness. ; even lit shelter for :i beast. Her cn-
I'll tell .Jo-i.ih that." Kor it happened dition excited the conimi-eration of
that while the good mini-ter pored over , Hcv. Mr. i-'erris. a mountain mi-sion-1
lis books and studied theology, his , ar. who .succeeded in mtVre-tiiig the
j wife, going here and there, studied hu- ladic of the 1're-byterian Church at
j manitt. And though he cooked his l'lcmingtou, ten mile- away, in her bc
1 own sermons -he often se.i-oned them. '.half. They ra'-ed the monev for the
j The baking was done at la-t. tho cur- , budding of a new cabin, and into this
1 rants picked and Mr.-. Harney's dinner , she has mm moved The strtie'ure is
i read v. J not uithed or plastered, and there is
j "l-orthe bounty bestowed upon us j no carpet on the Moor. The old iady
, mav we he duly grateful." murmured , sleeps on a cot. wh'le her daughter re
Mr. Hariiev, with head bowed low over po-cs 011 an old straw mattress in the
h:s plat-. 'I hen he looked up and re
marked lh.it lit- was tired of a steady
diet 01 ham and crirs ami
whv thev couldn't have a l.ttle tarietv.
"Y011 would see if ton had to cook
in the hot kitchen as I do." re-pondel
.vlrs. r.aruey. more shortly thau her ,
wont. "I'm glad to have whatever I j
get most ipneklt and easily. Wiien we .
hue a siimnier-kitehen we can begin
to live as other people do. !
"If .ve ain't all as old as Metlm-i- I
ler." complained Master Tommy in an
undertone which was perfect Iv audi- ,
hie: "anyway, the ch'ckcns will be, ' drawn crumbs ot comiorl irom a ot mt contained red oxide of iron, ami
if we can't have any co-tked till ) cl.iy tobacco pipe. "I think as much with their blood-red 'pot.-, looked a if
that time." He had smiled the odors . of dat old dav pipe as I do of my dar- thev 111 ght have gmced the hands of
of the baking on his homeward way j ter over yaiuler." she remarked. The J. idy Macbeth when staiueil with the
from school, and. settling his juve- ; old lady is densely ignorant. neer ot en j iinaginarv gore f the murdered Dun
nile mind upon chicken pie for d.n- 1 having been taught to re.ul or write. ( can. i-one re-emhled little iuown
ner. had nceii grievously iiisappomieii. ;
Warm and weary with her morn- ;
in's work the uuistions and siiggcs-
lions fretted Mr-. H.iruev. M11
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wounded and aggrieved, too
t moved about silentlv alter d.nncr. .so ,
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t one seeiuiM o see su" caieo a- iiiiicu '
' for things nice and comfortable :u del !
'the others, she said to herself. She
' eared far more, indeed, s nee she (
' was willing to do much now. and work
ami plan lor the sake ot having things
all that colli 1 bo de-ired by and by. I ipiehaiiua Kiver. in IVtitist Iv: ii-i. She
How many pr. -sent comforts and con- 1 says she operated a terry for her mas
veifioncos had she lorcgone tor that! ter. and" took lis name. When she
Tho-e vorv cellar -stairs toward whose . reached her eighteenth year :inl was
dark and tortuous steps she was ' her own master I Miboice furnished bet
tending were an example: they could 1 with a paper setting forth that .she was
sc.i reel v be more badlv budt. or in a la free woman. Armed with thi.t -he
more inconvenient place. Mr. Harnev returned to .Jersev. which was at that
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had wanted to n 111 vi
them, out she .
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woubl not allow him to incur the ex-(
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1 -use ii'eniise a scconti removal iiul'iu i
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Xo ci... iiri!i.rre.i 10 siinimi 10 n
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I dcom!ort all this tmv.
j "Too long a lime it proved for w le .
! -he meditated, an inst-eure board shp.
Ii.e.l beneath her feet, i.ltmir.mr her
.!...., 1... il..iL iiirrim' st'in-WMV.
against the. rough stone wall, and then
n.i .11 tliu li.ir.l Hoofiif (hoooilnr (
ir" ""."" """ '" "Vr." "V . .r . 1
swiu moment- 01 icrior. un- i-ia-n 01 im-
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I nothing; more. Hie did not
S. F S V ' m-w w - - ,----. -.--
Nfiilie- wild cry from the room above.
liu-.litnr- Pile face a-he
" J , 1M"'
b' ' 'hi ''-;" ,
When she returned to con-cou-ncss
a strange voce the phtsieiau s -.w.ts
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o nones nroueminwn it s a won-
der her hock wana t, lainng in tue way
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1 - rOiowiy sue openeu ner etes upon a
ermfi'sinl miioriini'- ol anxious laces.
wet cloths and bottles of arnica and
camphor, and gradually comprehended
what had happened arid her own con
ditionnot dangerously injured, but
bruised and lamed, and with a sprained
j ankle that would keep her a prisoner
for some days at least. It xvas a sud
den pause in her busy life an enforced
rest. She scarcely knew how to tauir
ll.ior a moment, aa ue remcraucrcu
all she had plauned to do. until a sec
ond shuddering thought suggested that
she might have left it all forever; then
she grew pat:ent awl thoughtful. Yet
it seenied strange to be Jyiug quietly on
the lounge in the best "lied-rooro the
room that had been kept so carefully
closed to preserve its furniture until aa
addition to the house should transtnute
it into a back parlor : to watch through
the open door, only a spectator, wlX
Neahe tLttcd to and fro in the khea.
bevond. spreaking the table toTjfe
ilow good the children ,,-., .u-f
j evening, how tenderly thoijA,.fni ..,
In.v ..1.. ..-.;.
i nusband was, coming to In jl Zu .in
and tgain to talk prway... i-t fhW
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levins word and office, and daily en
ioment had been crowdeilontot thex:
titUe home, and m that brief retros,
' tive -lance she understood -the meamns
and The earnestness of Sister Searles's
'.-ii-i.- r.-, .11 -:-.i f r.i r,;r-.. in.l
-ttut. us an miiu v.. ., "--
T...1V tier.il in the mother s eyes.
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Tomm". unable to express his enjoy. ? cases, if not in most, outoreaks of the
ment of the prettv room and the .plague could be traced dear y to lafec-
unusual famUv oihering anv more J tion from these source. U it nat more
unusual iamu gatnenoj, . ifcat he fow omiirpaks w
:o.. .t ...... . ., hurt
I'lt-UUI. I . . - . 1. . .1 1.
wi,0 ; AiiL'ti-t lat eelebrat-d
her HCth birthday. and who
lives in destitution on the bleak Mini
mil of the i-ourland Mounta n. in Hun
terdon County. .New .Jersey. In a i.t-
tle frame cab;n. with one room hardly
jargl. ,.,,0,,;, for lh,. ..whigmg of a cat.
1 ...t.:..i. . t...l.l .:.l ,l..k -;....,...
stove, uhwe the baby, lu-.ty and
.-tout-limhed. wit-, chopping wood,
swiuinj; her axe with the -kill
and strength of an Ama..iii. ror
half a eenturv old Svlvia luis livid
upon the identical spot upon which h t
cabin now stands. 1 he structure in
which all the.-c years were p:tsscd
had begun to tumble in sheer de-tv
a out her. for it was a bold target lor
the lien e winds that -wctp with hurri-
cane-like fury over ihe top of tin- old
loft, which is without a window, and is
reached bv the aid of a pr.mitive lad-
der. There is not a single article of
comfort about the idace. and hardU
iries ut life. Hut the new
house is a palai
in comparison with
me old one.
'Hie centenarian is reinar
scrted for -o great an age.
she can hear -purtv good."
I ler evc-
sight i-excellent, and -he net er wore
"specs." She can boa-t of the pos-e
son of one sound tooth, and -ays that
since -lie was thirtv vcar- old she has
witii her clou Jed
prevented lir telling much '
r-clf. Hut the daughter savs I
that her age is fully attested by an on-1
trv of her birth in the fainlt U.ble of
.tlajo: lta:rd. to whom her laher. a
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si; e. newiii;eii. ."iirii.i-MnMHii-.ii iu rv
Mills, at tue edg of th- onier-et
Mo.iuta 11. in Somerset ( o mty. N. .J.
Wh "ii a girl sh- was .old or git en to a j
man named Dubo ce. who hved at Ureal
Heud. on the north Pranch of tlte r."
time a slavi Mate.
Her lather served as a lifer in the
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oriuueiiiai aunt. 111 wi-- i-oiiiiiiiiiei 01
M.iii.r ii:iini nis tnrisier lie nan ei- '
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tiatcd in a number ol Patties, .sue lia-
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' h V - th . - tin i
of IM . hi is h- 1. oil . o. thr e
etnblien. the eldest .Judi.h l.ohert-.
whose age is cightt -three tears, hv ng
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lit 1 UllCClOtl. .X
She can not leca.i
the a"-es ot Ikt lath r ami motherwheu
th-'V ded. but sats her son-in-Iav.
i.v..ni ( mr. .Led ... lMid.-id.-h!. -
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during the Centennial at the age of oie
hundred ami four vear. Old Sylvia 2
s "pert as a crich-et. can w:UK-Jitor.l
unaided and is nutrntin-TOipwl iron
'Z 1 wo tears ngtfhoniaile a jour-
not to i.ambcrfville, mid later to Ncn
. .. -. .-,- Alonn.ler mM the n-.
porter that she had to take as tende:
care of her mother as though she were
a baby. The doctor will not permit her
to take medicine, but pre-enbes nour
ishing food. These old women Mib-dst
wholly upon charity. The dauglitex
regretted that, owing to the care re
quired by the mothT. she is unable to
iro out to work for their support, nnd
the consequence is that they arc.t
great destitution. rtifltntctptna JiCcoru.
THE SWINE PU"uE.
Hos-Chclrra Not Cau,, by rM.dtox m
Since hog-choleiia5 reappeared, to
plague the farx,- l0e theorr that the
malady is cal5etj y feeding corn toe
exclUSivelV ;a ,in bronht forward.
mal be quite iHssibIe that a die!
"rtioseil very largely of corn will
cVTii.. neb ili'MnTOiiiciit of the dice-
I ' "-" is c-
Von. and conseincnt loss of vigor, a
to make an animal more susceptible, to
d.ase than if fed upon a mixed diet.
text if sutlicient proof has been found to
show that hog-choiera has been caumsl
bv a diet of corn, the world ha not yet
, learned of thrs fact. In the recent pot'
I learned ol tnrs iacu in iuc reiji yw
. break of the disorder nanu?riaib'ere is
t that, ia fact. sng to d;v
m . .jr fcJ1 . I .1 -. k-
by a heavy died of any single ixk!.
but it con." probably. K truly averted '
that the -rvrm- of the malsdv hate!
been "Tadually scatterou inrongn tne
Eastern States, by the traffic iu hoc-
fntm the West. 1: is Known
in Ohio, the dordor mention
j apjvared first beside
wafs over wmcft wme were tasen ,
... - 1 i
; , - ,t-.. V-, T- ........1
irom ocju-iii uii :-. mj.m. .-w...
s ii;v- ,-t- 1.UIMUC1
t...... ...v.. ..w.......! .
tne seauoaru cia tcMAtv mwi
sini'Ur iaftiaatS-iVaiTic 3irwcr.
I)-criiitloo of m ValuaMn CH--tlon of
Kvcrv one knows that the diamond is
notlun? but crTtalrred carS-n. that
chemically considerexl. it is the .-we
thiuc a coal, which is soW at .o much
a ton. but few jer-on realb-e that all
iiamond-aronotof a pun a:il sparkling
nhite; that there are. in fart, some va
rieties which tie aterae ob-erver can
aot di-UntiL'h from a lump of cjal or
.vorthle-s twbble. Tiioe who lmnrine
:hat thi? kind of jewel tmr no oU:r
t-;ift thau that who- dazzling 'eut
niorn- tfie white neck of some fair
.'oimg woman, or the expansive shirt
Tout of her millionaire papa, should
70 and see the costlv collection of nat-
ind -tone-now in the p. '.m of a
liamond ilealer It is tle tiiift collec -
iou in the countrv. and the mo-t co-t
I -v on;
of the kind in the world, it
jont.iiu- lMt -iiccimeiis. bat ing aa ag-
;ri,ga:e weight of ,fu7 carat- ami m-
luding every tarietv of -hajw and bin
I'mk. tellow. blue, green, brown, red
blaek diamond- in all tho-e forms with
seventeen tlhiblisjl uauitv. tiie
t ilehgrjt- to w
m co-tly profu-ion. From the coar-o ! coniii -ration of Uing jn-rm tt"i to die
conglomerate containim: intnut' d.a-1 tnie 1 ertam nt'iMiintin-tit. ntu! la thi-
moiid-. and onlv vabir.ble for enuding
t orm jmiI shing du-t. up to the
OiTfeetlv pure White or tellow crv-ttll
weighing twentv-iive carats aud wirth
:.' 1 or -i'-HK-iy there are l-'O grada-
.... u . it 1
I he collection was made by a rich
dianioim uimht in rraiitv, ami .s
valiieti at S".0M. The blaek ditmoml
the pro aic reality, not the poetic
ligure of the novelist - is a tough sirl
ject. known to the lapidary n- the e
tnuue of extreme hardness, " nnd i- ut-
terly iucipable of polish. A sjHeimen
w:us -hown me reporter wnicn mid iimi
kept upon the sto'ie for three month
without prodiu-ing x luler approach
ing to that which the "Uss--hiiiL-in-the-citt-for-lite-cents"
man would create
iu half a minute on an old -hoe. There
were many c:uup!c of what i- known
to the mineralogist as "twinning." the
combination of M-vcra! distinct i-rv-lals
in one ina-s In some ca-e- there
were little diamonds s,-t hi the facets of
large ones. The small di.tiiudid- were
et .deiitly the re-u!t of an earlier crv--talhatiou
and were ait.rward iiicbn!-d
in a later formation. Iu one specimen
the -smaller crtstal was loose and ouid
be remitted from its socket, leaving a
s'juaro hole in the facet of the larger
.done. There are one huudr.-d crystals
of t.triou- sliades of pink ami wine
olor. twenty of line ivsinou-. canary
and orange shadoof yellow, and some
rare cubic crt-laN fnm Hra.il. Twenty
two of t'ie diaiiiOiuLs are in their native
roe's.-or liiatri.-c-. One j-cuiiar green
piei of riK'k. about the sie which
a small boy would -iJ.cct to threw at a
goat, was poiuiel out a- the largest
specimen of -alilite in existence scl
ent lie name, ehioniium diojt-ide. .
greenish brown ety-tal had the opal
lescence and lluorcsceuee of crude pe
troleum, u l'iuiiful liiiuiil s'.iceti. Still
sc.-d-. some were triangular starhatte 1
an 1 some ovaL Ut In rs were clustered
to"et',er in a group of t went t -live or
nc.re. and still others were rolled up
to"ether in a ball bv ti.e mutiplieitv ot
twiniiigs 111 tact, lucre was every
coneeivaole lonii iu wnicn me crystal
Once the reporter held in his hand a
jiu set with a pure tellow African d
motid of 12"t cam's, absolutely tvitlu
bb ni'sh. It was tallied at ?tnjk). to me. and it t- all that I can do to
and nothing but the fear of iucoiumod-1 j.t :inv ertice out of them. Tiie morn
ing tit. numerous gentlemanly clerk-j Imt who -its next to me bi b.-en n
who blocked the vanou avenue of exit j fini'il. and if he makes the sghti-.t
prevented him from departing in hate signal half a dozen pages will lly
t 1 attend a certain pre-.-ing engagement, j toward him with the utmost alacrity,
(b'orgc I. Kuut.. the diamond expert j I friijtiently U-at my hind- together
in whose charge the collection now s. until thet are nlunrn I bstcr.il wtlhout
sats that the tasie of Americans is more j attracting their attention, and when I
m the mailer 01 inosc gvuts.
keeping pace with the
. . . . .
maud. -A". I". I'rimn
Iti-ollicr Cmrdii-T lni-lli Acln.l tin
1'r.ietlre l 'iiiiitns Clillilrcii Aflrr C"
l hold heali in my ham!, mi
I'rotl.er (lardner, a-ho slowly, rose up
at the opening of the meeting, "a letter
from a cull'd mmim in Texas mfornim'
as da.t-hr'fcrt.s named hi
I presume it am a
boy baby, though it may bo a gal. le
writer Matter his-elf dat de fucher of
dat chile will be plain sailin. If any
body wanU to name his offspring after
mi; or Sir Isaac Walpolc, or Givoadam
Fones. or Judge Cadaver, we can't hin
der, but so fur as I ar' jtcrsonaliy con
sanied I want to indulge in a few ris
inarks in rcganl to dis h.ibit
"I verilv believe dat de foolishness of
sartin parents in rvin names to deir
"5rLu 2HiS-iWtts;rnic de chI
.... . . . . . s. -.
der day was uameil Henry liar. It was
on deulcahdat he would make a might t
smart man: but ue minii no got oui
'nufTto realire who an1 what Oar was
he pulled right Iwck. He couldn't
nebbergk dar". an" heknotved i." In
stead of bein' addres-ed as Henery
Oav, eberyboly cabs him Hank Dirt,'
an' he's gwine to 1k called ilar till de
clay kiver. his cottin.
"Some y'ars ago a nayburo" mine
named his baby 'Washington Lincoln
Grant Smith.' He war' bouud
to till dat boy chock full a
military genius an statesmanship,
but de chile wasn't fo' y ar
ole befo he realize-1 dat it was toojief?
1I hadn't readied ten bfte"a a
thief an a liar. anla-rtdder d tv
ent to prioa-f-t'fmrgIat !- ni
a tr.lrvo' fur de nu;tl c to rrniie
j 54 aV . he wa- ca. d Wa-htimut-
j f 0 , gni ro i- tt a-j
u. ,i,. ,.,,,. nf Wash'-oard
IL-Uroi it "ot :o 'W .i-hboanl an
nwth be am
u pi on de n-oa lnk
Je ame old job tvid Czar Jack-on. an
j j jj:i? blacked .-lores a!onUlc of (ieorps
white folks am jt as bad. an it
, .,,. . .. t-
reajr j me jjoci 1o -
".Honen-e " Victori
-sc by de paper
orta v larJ: lire
7,7 ' 1 Mt :a -l Usle Huh,
Brown. who was a porf eJiional roller-
skater loafer on a sal art of mre dolfars
,- -.,.V- Fherv L.r "de I'olice Jud?n
i, n.4in' Vefc!irk fTKandl -r. Ho-
coe Conkling. Tlwajas Jeffersi and
eUrvdaydc oi JaB.
f1 -Lrr- ?t" a "Z. -a
Lucy am gwria ia ecaUcfanaKal de
SpeaUn' fr de cull'd raro Joa 1
av dat de f.tdder who rio above M.
or'S.umiel or William when huntin '.fr
- n.mA fur hu bov babv am eoa..ji'
kit . anti bunion to crow whar d'
(4tV - " - . p
' .ioau' ne-d to. Do mudder who en t
mtil a .-.'lertion from hlov. alhcr
. - .
ine. Viclet an nrah .Jane neeiiw't fie
nled if her ral nias otT wid r. 1ok
lei:gel tnr .'-blacker an eantl up Ut
dax- in a nrrvf. Lot u- now atuok U
n'lar puiwdinV. Prix-tno of
Lime Kiln CiuK m l(lroil Frc iVw.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES. j
Til Kind r Trojil- Who mi flrrlc! 1".
tln at V"liliCt"B'
With the exception " f,w arci-nt
-enant- who bao Hfe lea-k upon their
position-, and ierhap- half a doacu
; tr.unwl oximtU in -;m?ch1 brnneha-.
1 ct.rv rtni, 0f tj,, clerk-. dtor-ke-Jer,
mcs-eagers. ,tc. U the retainer oi -n j
Senator or member Dent ng bis ap
pointment uoimuallv fndn the otHe nl
at tbe h-ad of hi- dejmrtmeat. it t r-al-
j J the re.-ult of a trade Ih-imiU -uck
olVtcial and the inomln-r wIh-o prot.-g
t),c appoiutei L-. The niciplvr lt
totitl Kr the rtJlici.nl in tiie ot" i
uiiinuerhe imt s otf i!iw of rfo olliga-
tiou- mtiirnsjl dnr.ng hu canva--.
Kver- Slnle in the I til on tatts UHs Its
repre-eatativt-s iu th
iciiuuc. :n-; of them lcg bright,
: keen-wittetl. activ t.nia pditirtas
1 , 1 1
who an cxrcrdfngh u.fl criiapts
a: wani nu'etiii'-, nti-u.i
' - . . .-. . , . -, j
ebf-tious at their own hnos. Strict
devotum to the iutere-l
(if their ( n-
gre-nnal patnn- i- ea"d if tJum. j
Mild Woe to the clerk or UM'seIIJfer ho j
fnil to render the lull mm-tire of loymJ .
. sertice which Lsiemandol 1 uriiir Uk
1 '. .......- .. ....1 ,-.. ...K fi.ir
V 11111:11 j- 'ii.ii ,.x. - ... , ,.....
M irvlMiid. Ii"':iii Bio as a p.i'e in tli
! lalv of which In 1- now a uwinbcr.
and tin re are. j"I-. a seore of sit
ting lougrossniuu who served th
llou-e in their to eager days iu elerka.
nie-seii'tTs or jatr-. Hut the great
majoritt of th'-'' otigressi.uai.ii:aehes
never come to irth. Tlieir environ
ment at Wjihiiiirou is not condm-tve
to ludu-try. iaditendenre. or ambi
tion. The'dut.c which they perform
arc. for thr mo-: jmrt. jiurclt mei-han-ical.
and a lew tears of routine work
at the capital reduce them to the
level of mere mrj hiao--. With 1111
ltoutidcd oppertuu tics to familiarize
tlieui-elves with tie pntetical opera
tions of the Gt eminent, and to master
tin- details of legi-latite work, lew im-
prote them. Many of them come to
the capital fresh fnon the coiintn,
with little or no knowledge of the
world, and spcedilt fall tict tu to the
manifold Muptatioii- of Waslriigton
life. The who e-capc these pcnU
and contiirie P retain their places for
a series of tears- are prone to toadyism
aud sycophancy. llepeudiug upon
tator for Hieir appiititiuont and reten
tion in ofiico. thin make ha-te to pay
homage to the rising -im. and have
vert littV time or attention to wa-to
niton him whoe ra e is run.
1 heard a mounter the other day oil
teriv niTo iching: .-oine oi tho Jacket's
about ih.- hall of the House for their
neglect of hmi. I hey all know I
haven't been re-eleclcd." h- explained
; ,j,, .succeed thev mote toward 1110 as
1 . .
Ieiurely as ton plea-e. nnd o
eeute mv orders with a dipl-iv of om-de-K-eii-ion
that would !e nmiising if
it were not o annoving. "'
!'. rhups vnii h.ive incurred their
disj-leanre in oiue tt.ty," I suggested.
'a'.d r.icir in- 'tct of ton is not due to
,4fAnV.e.I., wa the replv. !-
fore 1 wl ue 1 i-t 'iiriiiK. all the
clerk. iS' r' a! d page- were mo-t
assiduonAjCI. i .r I't-'n'io-i-. Hut wften
T came b.-aVkJii I'ltiniln-r. jfter getting
left at the rti. n. I found that tb.-y
reirankil n-M i p- rstoi of verr little
eganleil inV-M "i rstoi d very little
mportaifvA'ali -, n-,- ;iAt tint- hve
een incIwA'tiTjiHrK i j-tn me In the
ight ofan Jrrtjwkr. It i o with nil
the meniwv.swo p.tte ia wo ot rv
election. 'JlioV aTi ail making tsnm-
s ,lnv hnve raon
to. I tell ton
j ",-. :-';iow wj.
hang about the
; I !' king up Up?
cnimbsi that fall
'i ' oMgrte-Kal
f.r the main
table hnve a k
y chance, anil nh
wJi I'i-vcr for a
statoman wfcrxt i
o'"e".l life are
r - - .-"---
I w. rebf ng thisKCRlti r.itutn n Mv
moments bur to a ptojfcr i
j who has vned .aevenmier ., a
tw 11 it-r
.d w ho
air?ars to htve a "siiflk tm
seat for all tin to cortVV
aid. "I snpxv tint mctpHtrs w.o are
lot coming bnek have sv re to
:omplain ii many of tJfcfll-t e-n-tloycs.
X'Vrr having Bf d fevsjl
mrself. I livc had no
the kind vu nvntion. bn
murmurs ff dufj
to their hoim and gv nj' and U "" ...j pn-pr , wwt
thHr district siMm.firj: the rai ! 1 fcw rcaaim wliy t istl
of the sitting uiemlx-r, t.lhng what a ( showld pu In on of hi 'ptwtJr. Jbn
grei: man lie . st Washington, j .prriv.n4 hU wfcuh lor a lnthr -Mi-aml
showin; h-.w t'm interests t the U,ri. I uhx ml Iti.jf. thaa Hmhi
eonntrv will .ill', rit 1 Surt rv-leei-: . ., ., , li-k
, .-, .. ., ,-.., . ...1 .... ! wavcai prirr. Vhm mlT iitllte
itl. Altog.ther. tlw I ongrcsMimai 0111-: .
ploti-s aiv a t. n lilW'e lot ol pditi- Ut ( "I T .pT
ciaiia. and .jHite a mtmlwr of full- ( 7 m-ghi havif it tti fiitUbniiio ami W
llcilgeil st.ttcsiiM-n Iwtc b.cn jmidunt.-d "ev. n" ki "ia.ul prut.nrth "
from their rinks, f enilor Mirnutn. of t.-nraUt. it -i ilurt imxprfity
,fi n -e 1 . w
narc ieen it aa
i imrortan -oc-ona- tkxa thoar vhn
1 1 ; Uy.keuf -r aiwtbff trra. HHagtK
.more Tutolajre u treum ami
. f..r. r. -l. h.- i tr-tea tht eo.h
favor to feTVnt.
j iyr manr ao k.te fa-' nd nyum
. ..... . - . -.
j Jwre- tna S '" nJ
t 3 ,1 I I
iioaKin. r. mj
V an eT5ei-uit tr.ed receatjr in a
Ju-Uce - ' ourt in Ul-tr Coauy. S. V..
a Xewr-h bmrr ,we that b eonld
I dHac -txty -s of br in a day
aadiBenlajraad -:d! c--Weedr
! ,.... i .i-.- . ' .!., K
; ol-r. Anolher
oud t-ke twenty whisti
feel all n-iit.
j day m d day on, and feel all n-iit
g Oat J - -
! rrr-ailalaekla the kai2aV h-
f ? '
there wa.-j?aer 1 t' rj r r tliew. (W.,, j,. WQBjtI .tegoBimtt -s the pbfumt ee oajey. w rnn wry
i'erhap- rtorn i -mi V d b; the ; imm m eeti 10 joia ' n nn wnuHJ. wuW taam oat ut a
A r t e Wr. a , a an., the rHtl tM, .fc. U ..ral . -TW th-oHrj IWhK 4 aat
ha-htw m. Ui.t tre (m-ij..a . t. tht I w .rv to k or iatavbtsjitealeai.
1. -. J. . 1 . . 1 a" -.".-s.-s,- - fw - - - . ., . - - .-
ne vrno l- w. .in- .0 pma- .e on w . viHnm ,5 , l 4, j,,
.IJJ" m IJI .'IS.. M - IO ll" ,-! J ' , 1
y. oUcr. JC i. 5X5-
WHAT FAITH IS AND DOES.
!" :J tbt c; rl- al ry
lulu tte.- 4di;ltnJ mi. 4M !.
lKfvri rrn. r attffct.
lt4 Im orwi t kwrto.
IVila t 1" Hw'' IliwHlml tj"
.n4 (ur lri il- t'.wi, 4vT7
7tjr etur; j to Nk
Nb k Um? ctMwi X H of"
TW iMttMirv if l.tJ Won!:
Tf r.tta tluu TO .IomM Wfx
T1rt Va. - at mkk tkv I.
Tittta l t -.f- in ttm vmI
Tmt rt r;
IVtta - T.I na lining
.a4 vrf) vsl iu..
INfta I- tbe tar tlwM
Fait vmim a tmmt unt
Vtuth .-. tin-1 arjauit - Mts4 famUi
IV rM tm i- alh r Up
-JUmt4kC i:tmmm.tm. T i-rrrr.
SuntiA) -Sc1kk4 LciJdnj.
Wf- nuT r arak
Mnr lV-la! Hrr..tv tai
.hw r; - pawl t aararl
War r- !!.. Masjtrt
T-taMjarwr tta-r I'
April V-ISul- .i,
ctS I U
j J'nJ J! Sfc ,,2i
I Attia-paui at U. m
W- tt.i t" Kta-np1
U Tar itaiai sat nr iT.di 1 l
j a 3 'f,T,1J - ; H
! .' I.-M Il m ajl III It- SSH. Wr I hi
jMM. 4 y rirta-l Imu H.a. I tt
i. - hilM-t 'iitr..twr(
:uidJ.t-:i ibr.'iwi l'nir. - ivt ill
I ta n.to.mL
f TtntitB iu. m. . - fc- -- . m. . .a 1 m a
tVl4.u1. itiiil 1 alt tVMi It t it 1fifXmz t
, i ... t .
v.-it- the iuij:Nii) mom Uum tlw njbr
mills, :imI tb-fe att nuiMt rraHi fur
the. lg'.lt Uieo rn tt ntrau
which U:r r.ghtisjiis 4ar nt. and .
ciuiie w-nu-m- njfainit an etiJ work i
not tilisl flfMis-ith." Ihet la- otno
tnon- and iiHce dnrin; in their fahudt .
and a-.ttrr thrm-elte thai the haiS
net or know a rrtersrm the tnl . Wbil"
there are e, 111 tr?iich thi rprrity
ioiiie to nui.vhu an-i New York ha
h.id some ignal ae withm a tenr uri
two. th-iv ar- tho who .sj.ni eten
the end ot l.fu In cimtiane in adt amine 1
world It proporitt . 'IheT an- "men ol
the world, lint ia their prinii iu th f
1 f.-." and i1hv are pormlttil to retain
it ami only stirtvnder It wln-a dmith !
loitft.-ws their era!. lm hn-tiatis
nleo mat iiiil of pro-pen tv lx-n
"" "" :
fatherlt ehnntis.iu.ilt. IJltelllitH.-s He
who s.s-s ntto taw- heart and kuov the
dangers to whirb lit pople are .
posed the "temptation nod aare" id
riches mat fur their plrittial jjcmh!
cause their leist. laid plans to tail .' pr-
To be "priis-riHiii man." n wa
.lim-ph. mat Im n lawful ntubitton 'Ilio
one thing i the motive which np re
the a'm. If lite Ha re U like
that nf tie noh f ot. who wil u htm
elf: "Tak' th i. i-a-s. 1 at, drink and
Im- merrt." we cm adirtand thai the
desire U Utterly e!hh nud Ui be fa
demned. Wh.le no ( 'hlttan would et.
pris hunelf thui coarsely, yet i lo In
le.ir -d that mam hae altot as r
li-h a jmrpintJelr long, a; for tc
ci in the world.
No prospentt b worth e.kiafc'. or
i-an y eld to the man who jmlw-m it
ii-ai"gi'nl. whuh in not "'-ubl and
ud btr tho g""d of tbr. I! the
)tosjH-ieii tnaa realii the eward
ship of w.-allh. tiv al aly then a
pnieritT s a W"siiag. !jM,n'" .'
iie.trt (Might to fco mmn" to largetjeas
ol jK.e-in No Maa m to We
nil the ei-.dle: romie f i-arli "hrm
tian life o mu a h aequiaUioa f
wi-a:t'i. Mom a rh-b elmreh avmlfr
apparently has had all lh "ynipathy
nml gd feliaj; f W aatttte e.lwrf
from lum .s- bis wordhr ure -a hae bw
eonie iHrf e-inia. H Jorf ! thr
Ciiter. ha ski gratitude and m nr
of rcpnt!Hitty. .MltitiMl worship
MiPe.. Imt th imn prt-prmif often
feel that life baa Wn a wrw-' faib
ur.-. ITio girat taiax t " t
wor'd as aot abuutsr lt, ad tn b
" rich ia EI wfk." " laid
"charge u the pro-pert ! ill hi
ordt-c: "'I"bC Un do gnntL taa tiey
Ke r.ck ia -tfd ' work, rady to.
tribttfe. wdhAK $ pa)akat.'. Vaf iuf
tip a Mrtre for th"afii a n4
P m.b::m .-vr.-ui to taw to eae.
UiS 'le-;. aw lay hold vm aloraal lifo.
Uafituil H . y.
ASSUMPTIONS Of SCIENCE.
, I'm s,nrhtiir ym-ejim. i:4l) t"
SMiiMi I 4t-rlol.lr lrlm.
The- lift tensptation ol ery srrat
ihrry U U b impaiamt f bsrnrw of
f4. Tae jitulala alaer t
a proten fju . whaieter may Mnod
in i be way. Hear tl aaafU of
C vtu T "Heepnij- ml rR
terais; the theory. ik "r hia4ent
the lhni"f all efcaJleatw te Hve
proutfiy pfo-o.i s"..r ,-- .-
1 fc I . - fi.A m
hi- pntjfrwi Urtl the gtasl. r U -
.umc faet ia ooler to poa&m.
t TV- vlua f-w vearv tufia. a ilvCUi.
in i Jr,'
wh rh tail t "
the enrth. and 'o' to
1-f.,1 Amu wrr thc. ft w al!
I ' T . . - .
1 ""V "- r"" .77.. 7 "T
1 ..-mm nMdAara aiaaax a.aaic ibh- tsfaaararv ml
wer only ofh'd. -,o la
tirafd hcer focai tkea .a ti
1 . .. . .. ja.
ss-"ia s - -
lanaK.as eos " Jtv throne.
iocve ."c-- w -
s . . .
' d - a, f. 3tct!5 "f0!-1""8 -
''"fl-c "1 -rrSr.r r
-on.5 '" -
I 'P -. lot?-lir "T1 n;-'h
toward its throe- of aaerat rtatMre
a. x . au -1 mm as j -.-m a m h. . t.
1 -0'",!'"" which msy possibly potpoarc it
t tSaT'g t
the Uaain-c4 tbtaga withoet leUirjt
ct iHnc about iaTsi.ttr imt
1 ..- s..ifm n: mrmMV. i . -". - .i ..- .1 - - - - i
to accottat for th" nniv,r-c U rou4 l.
made to jive an etnt of itf'it It
mil not do to answer by !! t'
orJ with a cptt.tl F Tka wm
XHHliioi: If IS 1HrWl witli
the proH-rt al fiUtHw Cre
ator. mnt U rtHwl to & wha
tkr aattrtf tb creator If frmml.
4fTslnnt iBil almijiM?. w" r!"'
to call HimitxL H a-s prr-wal. fc.i
UH almighty and .. hv
-it on k no Wins .ow.th ! tk -mr.
of that thine; befotv t a4rrt i
tltdent rpknaln ryt
aim- of tKiftiT. ITHjj:WtIuJ niTht.
hT. put in tiie jJea ci -
To wWck te Ware a Tight U nilT.
Kmv exj4aj atkmsr A W-l
fwvM put a? l-jrtka: thina h
a a-atHjtin U i4iii tfc rffin ?
:lkha i n ttn-ieaiMU' pr-wr-(hvn
a sftmet. uli a jtr-l t I !
lklhtg witk the iartfc aU w h '
Srr.ve4-doHitv Ul wbwp tV mK
nittfa a airhm fortsr tram hf
aU ami tbiftiT-. r eipliv M"
whcs aw! w hM t,Ha; Uvatf SiWc
hre Is fatal to itbdulr nutlnalia
.Jr. agwln Ur' "wmn l 1- '' fc
sign to nniurr. '! mv Bator
tmlkd tJo clr r tfc dftfn kr.
Iniulhrem In !t.-1W hi A r
Uir !; o mtrtlbcv' -aMi iIn
f rhnin d tift?. bt ! tfcnl B9ti
I m.Hlai! duvi Ut tur4 rta4 wk '
t ThU u.4i h hlii yr M1m
III tSllU k- eiUMldlt c.Uk iti Ik.
mMrriU.l Uim n i-tjiUam. MrJllutt
I m Ittnc n tjN- i fchtf -C
i . ... , .
I ninr. Um th.bunral mm mmxrm
ibm srVatkH- Ut iTwe lb! it !
mirwl t U- iheie imI tfar Iwnjrfli t
prKf if thr mat naUL il rw t
waltr Lh' pntli). m l. Mbb armtl
ik ikr Um WMtee ithntut ati onUnl
UnrHlRnv. He t. iherlur, Xmrnnl
to aar tb.Me. in aitnanNM wilh Ih
ttMs.try - mwit the mark oi tluU tW:
grw- I r k m la H. lmll a
ik-s, mterwtl'm ba)tsl in II Maafvfe
o also witti lb t4 4 rtk mi
thora 4a tril. rhere U m a d
eki Wtwn.M aa rational anJ armlw a
nl W.af. S rt4s Wa ww k tn
built cro-aine; tmm toe uu l Un wIIm r.
TIm W4. atftaoe ia aiatter Jrr
wh4b asr-titii U the rMMwftim;
of Um mind an.f ho treon ol U tl
Aa oittloinat (!orMMa p4mr baa f
ceailv Mtnl "i.lainf aa m utWr
ten Hda.er ia .tima of naitni. kr
it'katrH aly ihifsff ifcat e Uemmgfik
cd ami jHreeitw.1 n the en, tunt
orrtt ikr ittlt a ft aHUtll a. ;W MNl
sMimtey. "ITtere 1 an ptmaibdtl u
Il U .vjlniii the stiotUffat at aiaaaiaal
I niil. tffrelre Hiot nl thraa pmim
late id mHejN'w kkMNI MuVira,
) ,tt 1 h. .Ui.io. hni Wi awrfMt,
i,mp.rtiilir.n can i hi at elaitu N ft
sMresl stjiwd ay gaaat. Ti a t
1,... k W. xi trial And wb am
.-llMI it W - "" M"--' ..
.....iU. . ... l... . t . . tk.... iksa.1
niwUoiis an not thl(Hrtaa at
,.Jurrhm ImU lh. itooat thutajratftit
stn.-utleUi ami tb .ti4 dwtiarauaid
nil:i,,(MI,,urs, u IcUjmL lormumr aail
.-rs of .nt
. ' I --" r-f
nr own count n
1 'krfjt tnUrtar.
The Unused Umtlrqllcu
A youth wa litely btavlaa; b
:utut' Uoit-e nlt-r u U-4t, when. aSnd
iiiK it wan icgnniujr'i- rnia. ho eaiiajht
-ip an umbr.dl that Mit Miugly b4pv.iI
in it corner, am) wi pru'rdiaf u
open U. whea the AZ lady, who tor lfc
fir, timn ib-ere U4 ta)veMaa.
-pruag toward lla rrlaiaiajr "Xo.
mi; tktit tt.u ntwr Kjdl' 1 tw
hal tlMtt ttiJretla uviMitythrwe yaajM.
and il hit- ne.er k-'..n wet t-i. navl I m
nr na l b welted m ' Nf
ndks i.tvHi U of la mm oualy.
It to 1010 the wor fitr wear. II hi a.
rtspriHiile nrtitle Urbi looal mi. hot
It ma4 iKi I"- lainird Un lhar iawwm
.f dallr life. It taia ha a rorrtar. M
fo ued in ra- of tur'iMi illawa ar
death. Ixx, it i aot for eomaaoa n.
cmhiiik. We are Hmptfimt th ttho
weaty-three venr' W f;chaa m
gm at ie aw, mid If ll had tMaw
mtflirlotl. Ii woubl tmv )ea4su Um a
h ve. At any raU. tea ar llhn
ihl hi tho ! tilth th- bonfsfed'Mf.
reh;lo u k hiM nmvermi ao raaaJa!
Utra In uwh ld Spury?.
Vou art toiitrtUirWjd Yum ! Aftt
fcpjKvehuod it Jbm H alt a4 In
thw xf,,,, day yM mm not to Ue jrajur
rewartl. Th Ujov ni adNatif "
eoMNi jnat beyond Un h4'a. la law
brtshtnija .' tTniil daj ISterj
w ill l t-a.red nod balfo atorit-
u to real merit. What y$ mt't
ft-Ieratl ami at anj
wa r"- GVtfpvrU
rrl. r a tare
bfe JWid. and a !tbfal horn' aH
with iioti li o. mr vtkv "f' In
be a nd oar. lfci oar 4t4y - haalak
ererj uarw aat rrrvi whW-h ha n
tndoney u baS a ia tbe wr.jt at
Lsi Uiriih rertlhiaff whk-h friV
down. ih) hohl m fa rtlhaax waab
pU Mi. and wiar hnpHi4 oill ia
rnm; a x w tinr vmr mm '
'it row 4rico Ut &? a
srntrfadJhr and rtmiarMy. tt It aa
Mfr au pcefUy aa4 arayarniiiy.
'I1m avu vi ho are alwav "aVfesM!-
iK th ath" hare Haaro riVfHrs Bs
tlersoH-e !ia.i kn t krata. Immrtmr.
P.,ttw.n,. mtmJ m n mr mini iliitfc 1 1
. rym w 4ttismmu M9 wte4
n-nt( 1 the aehrt tl la slay.
Of atl tb- rWhea Ami w has, t all
ewHitff- &m4 eoatiroM cat taasitia-i.
i T"V -rt .J j, - - -
. - v -..-" "' - s,- .
a -- - - - - - - . a, a .. a tw
" " ww" arf " " .J,-,,
Hgmee of er At rK aai tfTtMctm9
vuian mi the ea-ngjifart Uua af
thfe Gi nat ait U a-. JLastaya.
-4ao ( iirvttkta ! at waat v
1 ... . -. 4 . i's- . a a a
. wr . iy--, wu. t af wan.
? a '; rP - A m
f a.-t; JIaJ iiV'y MH iFtv iU
cot down ire Jie eomes So a hsrrs
!wc Uj. i t dora l u tia
I ixmA of 0 tree, ad ttcre wat daring
' 1j ., . . a .k. a .-j - . . a ..
I tJtjrr he eoauueasr ta wat Thai
W TW. tmy v&mua trcai. i a
like the fooIUc -mAUA.a Tak t?f4
I the arurk and in it you Ul fvi
wara aad icjioua. fcsifnry U$
re. She had listened with oa-
he had found bar clue ana sne
il - . .
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