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ol any JTatlaer.
Ten awful years have $ed
Since Ie watched beside hijp bed j
Yet I uk Him of His will, '
id my aching heart be still;
lurmur lowf on bec4ed knee
Lord I bow to thy dtcrta.
Oj father, God ! and Friend 1
Humbly at hj thrown I bend :
By Thy Mood yn Calvary shed,
Aid mi still Thjr paths to trs td ;
five me strength to do Thy will,
Strength to ser and be still.
So that, whep lifes woes are past,
My father I may reet at last
Meet him on that blissiul shore.
Where death may not enter more .
But, free from every earthly stair.
My father shall be mine again.
M ABO KRIS P&B8T0N. '
Pugh's Hil . i '
BY CHARGES JSOUyil.
Ten minutes later, sh emerged
from tjte huney-suckle bower arching a
rear gaite of the garden ; and again es
corted by the pioud little pickaninies,
walked rapidly a well trodden path
thajt Jfpud bewen a large orcha id on
the right and meadow land and melon
fields northward. It turned finally to
the left Jnto a growth- of oaks, myrtle
and cassna thicket, which margined
the borders of a broad but short creek,
whose right bank was lined vith small
frame houses set in gardens fff okra.
coin, melon; and tomatoes. Gaudy
mar;;olds and pinks flaunted their
bright colors along the elapboard pal-
ings, aid ' around the doors strut
ted poultry of various kiuds.-r-r-
Before each house, at least one dog
gambolled with the little black chil-
dren crowding grass aud rolling on I
me Dana, in immmeni danger oi rou- i
ing in; or else sprang to the front to and, after giving final directions and in. E praise me for git troo my tasf I hng hile. you and Elliott Glrar.
bark furiously.b'acking the while, from leaving additional medicine, departed, so soon ; say Datf s a smart boy.' If oar j deu we:e talking of friendslilp and
the approaching procession. The noise
brought forward the children and the
women getting dinner ip doors.
Now began ja babl of greeting and
La! dares Miss kia.ee. Jjjess
your soul honey. I so glad if) see to malarial influences wh'.ch are rife
youj' here. Jet me advise you to stv as
.'Massa been down, say you oomin'. little as poj3ible In the house.' He ad
Come in honey, I got some6u J been ded in answer to the mute question in
savin for you. Seem like you nebber
Tek 4e Pn; Jb; $nd p it
some fresh water from the vpring. I
gwine fix ILhs Grace some cooter
1 got some okra soup mos 40De
you come res' here in dis grape yine.
1 k" lu 'Pa ok,a soup.'
, Thank you jrjjjeed Dcliah, and all
' of you," she pal)y found space to say.
e . i ia 4 . n
- xjut a must uasien i" auut iuic
i lney say sue is vry sips. Aunt ie-
I MK. a . ft . Y .
mima. she added, appealing to the
oldest of tjtie women portly, good na-
tured and rsp)endenA in a new ban-
Jana headkerchief, and scarlet bodice,
Won't you keep the children and
dog quiet? She must sleep.
Pat I wjll, honey. You chillun
stop your nois?. Go ober in de orch-
ard yonder and rjt - iss Graoe some
peaches. If dem dogs don't git quiet
ent gwine back til you eat sumefin in
Mima s house.
So adjured, and the adjuration fur
t.her emphasised by 4 nods, becks and
wreathed smiles, Grace passed In un
der the broad water oaks to where the
I mouth ot the creet empties witn mus-
I . , i r
icat murmurs iuiu iuc larger vuo wi
Jaces Island. At the poiut of conflu
ence was the house she sought. The
row of dwellings passed around on
James Island creek and terminated in
the boat house, Elbe's ocrnpyine a
.central position n the angle thus form-1
e4. oftly opening the door, which
was slightly ajar, she entered.
A wasted and aged face, on which
death had evidently;' set its seal, was
sharply outlined against the white pil
low of the bed. A girl lay on the floor
oesiue it, in an auanuou oi gnei , ner i
lace buried in ner arms loided on a
low chair, and her shoulders shaking
with repressed sobs. The young lady
ent softly to her and touched the I
The girl arose to her knees, threw
her arms about Miss Haxlehurst's waist
and clasped her close whilst her whole
fxfunie ouivf red with noiseless but vio
lent emotion. Grace J either weep on,
till the storm was nearly, exhausted,
ani hten fiispered gently.
Jt is tjjpe to attend to your moth
er, Flora, have brought her stimu
A few spoonfuls of wine put into j
the unconscious lip, brought slow but I
certain relaxation to the rigid uiuscles, I old mother demurring at enjoying pro
the 1 ps moved and fell into easier re- I ceeds of the speckled pu'lets in Chile's
lations, the eyelids rose a momeutand
closed again in genuine slumber. Flo
ra, who knelt with her face against the
coverlit, reassured by these tokens,
kissed the white friendly hand to which
she had clung, in grateful, tearful af
air ot rennement and chastened
taste, superior to her race, apparent in
features and person, and in the order-
ing of the room, marked her as inty- I
mately assViated with the daily life of I
the master's family. .he was Miss
Hazlehurst's maid j chosen in the eurly
childhood pf both, sharing j her coufi-
dence. affeitiou and in 'argo measure,
her simple pleasures. Herjyoung mis-
tress was her' ideal of beauty, of moral I
aud tneutal grace: and her service was I
given, however others niicht view it, I
as the tribute Love offer worth, which
iu it reaction ennobles and blesses the
giver, manifold more than the receiv-
er. - 1 !.;
The phsician entered with the
nurse, (an intelligent old negress)from
a proiessionai y?it tQ anotner bouse;
Summoning Grace, by a glance to the
door, he said, drawing her out into
the mornings freshness and strength
My dear child, this dUease is not
immediately contagious, but your or-
J ganiiation js very delicate and unused
j her eyes. t If she had more reeupera-
j tive power. JJut she is old-; However,
it is possible 1 j j
There was little hope in his voice
and words ; but, after he had rode away
with a parting injunction, she stood
still, looking out over the happy earth ;
J at the merry birds working in the myr-
Ues overhead or dipping into the shad-
dowhaunted stream ; at the marsh
hens busy n to grass beyond, for the
j t. i j tii a i i
i aeepest siuu oi me great crcca tay at
I . I 1 .1 . I . 1
nerieet,wnuo ue water on ne lurin-
er shore was tangled in impracticable
salt-marshes. Nature seemed so wise
and powerf d in her avoidance of pit-
falls and her wealth of revivifying sun;
shine and happiness, that life felt very
near and sweet and death very far off;
and it seemed impossible but that EI
sie must live and Flora be comforted,
And yet, when has earth's glad beauty
I caused sorrow antj f ghiug to flee
awai,' since uey nrst enierea ur
JTlora was comforted a little. The
trance like state of her mother Lad
yielded to the treatment, and passed
into quiet slumber, and she now came
to the door to seek the sympathy of
the young mistress whose presence
- J brgught her the strength and faith
Grace herself drew from pa-
They talked tegsther a lit tie while
in low tones j and then, bidding Flora
follow, Jli Haxlehurs'. strolled, up
the bank, where she could see little
? i j .. - -
v-fcvij"i Avna eiTifS wrmiiv ritiiu bt w rrninir
for her return.' They gathered around
her with calabashes of chinquapins.
blackberries, figs and peasant ; thank
ng her wth fUj gratica9n for ao-
cepttngaome each; looking up into
her bright fair face, and drinking
the music of br ar yoic and laugh,
ter as it rjjjg out at their oddities, with a
half worship of her beauty and a proud
consciousness that she was theirs
meirown w laugu wiln ana ween J
with and belong to bem aft tltir Jift
long. One broagbt a small calab4b
with the various eggs of the birds tba
haunt these thiokets, a collection which
had begun early in the spring and been,
steadily growing since she left them
in the dawn of summer. They had
been carefully pierced and the contents
blown away. Though a shadow tell
on the gjlory 0(f the day to Grace, as
she thought of the heart ache and empty
nejt ff r each ttle tinted shell ; yet she
gave, with a little word for sorrowing
bird., a hearty 'thank you' for the
good will of the giver; and withdraw
ing from her throat its fresh blue -rib
bon, laid it in the brown p&lfftt Tha
message of Choe wf iivered the
absence, tiil Grace promised it
should be more than made up to
bending Flora baek to her mother, I
she turned toward the shelter of the
mansion. A fresh relay o book,? mua
be selected. to be $xAf4 tp the aea.
sr w- . . I
side, lauin mua visited, and tne I
wardrobes of the young collegians in-
speoted, or reported o Books and j
baggage were packed and dispatched j
to the boat house to Pete, who was to
take them arpund to Fort Johnson by
the creek and Ashley River,
The family met again around the
early dinner; Marion coming in after
the okra soup was served
I've been raccoou hunting he said,
'On my way back from the boat.where
I gave your orders to Pete, father, I
found Sambo finishing his dinner of
fish and potato on his doorstep. His
old snuff colored terrier Rock, sat in
front of him, watching every mouth-
ful and wacretne his stump of a tail to
Sambo's nods, who was talking to hi
1 i UoSs gie me chaw tobac dis morn
I troo my fiVi and tater. gwine cotch
roccoon. By'm bye dem alow nigga
opine j say wha Sambo? I rpee e de
sleep out in de shade. Gindy come
I hunt for Sambo, Sambo gone.
' went with him, and. we hadn't
been five minutes in the Harvey field
before we caught a fine fellow and star
ted back. Ceming up at the back of
the hous ; we saw Cindy standing by
the canoe ana scolding.
j J. wonder wha dat nigga Sambo. I
I oa to gracious 'e ent sub me right ;
leffme da all dis hot brilin sun. Ehl
eh I wat a dis T she caught sight of the
fish scales. 'Ttiflingood for notin
ting! E catch fish, cook um. eat urn.
j Cindy clean up de scales ! Netyrojnf
'e eat tater. I gwine eat jyJ
Turning around, she saw smbo. I
had got behind a tree to see the fun.
. t 3 t.-i-ft--,
I au na i soe f4; SRaaing ner oeaa
1 ... m-r . m .
i at mm. ion runaway lorn ae net;
leffme do my teas, eat your tater and
fish, and leab de place in a li ter.
I wish yon could have seen Sambo
sidle up to ber, and steal his arm
afounjji her, every tooth visible.
Stop gal, wa uiaer widyer? I
tek Rock and go for catch roocoooj
and wat you tink? As I open de bars
down in de back Bel, de dg smell um.
I in tree minu'es e tree um, and I brung
ae leiiow nome wia me now. oeenim
Cindy's face shone like the sun corn-
ing out from a cloud.
j 1 deola' de boy is good, ii$h jam
in. let me look at am. O, de ting is
so fat 1 Go skin um Sambo, less bibs
um wid dis rice.
Aunt Elsie is a little better sister.'
he said presently. Flora asked me
to Ull you that ahe had spoken and
was sensible, and to beg you' to go down
there a few minutes before you r
John, you must ten Aunnusie gooa-
Ibve. She knows we are going oa to-
morrow ; and I don't think she will live
many days. I saw Dr. Porcher in pld
.'Paniel has fallen into another j
trance, PrinceUlls pe said Mr, Ha- I
alehurst. . I asked Dr. Porcber to vis
it bim and see what is the matter. I
was away when he left and didn't see
him. I hope Daniel will not visit pur
gatory again, this .flight
Elsie had been again seen, and r tores
o4ea, arrow root and jelJy left her.
Jhe afternoon was lengthening the
shadows of the magnolias on the sward.
and the horses stood ready for their ri
dsn at the garden gate. Grace came
fren tfo fibraiy fUb jrgl jnxes Rubin
and Keats in her baud t rauqi too pre
cious to to be trusted with'; the boat
for they were Loyal's latest gifts and
had her name in his own prised band
writing, and passages margin marked
by his pencil. Thrusting thera into a
small bag t he hung It on the saddle ,
and went through toe garden, g ither
ed clusters of deroniensis and safirana
rosts. 8h was reaching for a droop
bg spray of honey suckle, somewhat
cumbered by tr fragrant bur Jen when
Willie Ioors rote said,
litt rje. Miss Qrace. please and
catching the bough from which it
pendod, he severed it neatly and placed
it in her hand with a gallant gesture
of greeting. Don't look on me as
something uncanny, I came in I assure
ypu, in the regular way. Passing the
gate I saw yipyr orses waiting tpd
ws t'etopu 19 beg the protection of
. . . .1
your party to Fort Johnson. My path
lies that way too, across Wolf Pit Run,
wjijib I hear is now uncanny very.'
Y. M..M.t1. C.J
r believe father has deserted us for the
club this afternoon.
Yes, I passed him In tbe avenue.
It deed he sent me to the library to
find and offer my services as guard In
his stead. After a valo ques. there.
I c me 1 through the open window
h ther, I knew pou would be com
munlng w)th the Muse or with Flora
Jhe flower goddess l mean.'
She turned tpu'ard Jhe path as If
going. His manner suddenly changed
to deprecating and he said, with a
slight gestute of e t caty.
'We are friends, UIss Grace' are
we not ? aud are going to be parted a
Its duties the other evening, of one
life mlr orlng another's. Let me be
your mirror. I am no philosopher
and cau not plead lear edly, like LJ
liott. What will you give me to take
away as your saadow, to keep my
life fresh and pure? lie stood with
her photograph in bis baud ; taken
from the album she had left ou tbe
library mantel, the refused to see It
I : d.turnlng, broke a cluster pf creamy
j . .
Ta'te this. Natures self and lesson.
If it keep you not fresh and pure I
cannot. We will draw In ipe ration
and refreshment from tne same source.
This gardeu Is my psalmody, and tbU
my favorite ps dm.'
'A poalm of life! I asked your
picture, and you have given this a
true o'-e. I accept I; thanks.
It was a simple gift enough, and
yej fhe next ruoeneut alie wished site
lad not gja j;;
Clarion pushed aside tbe veiling
honeysuckle and stood before them.
Willie loor ! by all th ts wonderful.
I said that marshtaekey was you S-
John said you wouldn't' have tl ue to
be coming here, your preparations all
to be made, and you so far from lite
Bluff. Buti knew your horse aud
aldle I suppose be contl ued,
vierlng Wlie evide t duteonce tiuu
and bis sistei's flushed eh eks Iu t'e
dawning of a new light, and unable tp
repress wholly the spirit of m s Lief
In hlw, 'like CaUioui Shirie, who
lives t'-ree miles off on tbv ipujJti
toad, you find this the shortest oule
Delivering this mlasiVa be saarelied
off to bo se, for John bad already
mounted, a 4 Jf4 epeedily full u wed
by tbe two whom he had, as be thought
ao put to eoufusion.
; (TO TAX VWtpjfVZD.)
Jfa -IS'ecra-o Weddiug
The brids and giom aaswrtiegto
lbftAme0r Andiew aad Sa-j. tr
I ?, ....l.i.i.
neta aaaas i unmistakably jure
Guinea bl-KX4, aad bo;k ef th at bad
passed the first half ccnturv pi their
lit. Their dreat, bowtzer, Cowed
that they had not yet eatiMly.ochewtd
all the tollies of their oth, tio -
rude and cheap, as became thvlr coadii
tion, it was Deverthlas noteaabtUUk
ed with those bits .of ftw gaiv .and
glarin &xj el bright colored
and tie ia which the oero dallghU.
7 ta the most decorous gravity the
preacher began :
Andrew, dax you lob dis jtr wo
I doz so t was the emphatic rsrly.
'Will you promise to stick dose to
ber frbo ime and tarnltyt renounda
allothtrs an' cleabia' only to her for
ber an eber ameoT
-.Will yoo, hpoorj aa 'beyV"
.'Hold op dar, Ole JaekF hare la'
terrupted the grsocs, with bo little
show, of Indignation 'taint sy cje
taltin to dis alggtrbout Obeying de
wimmeo, ' can't promise to ,yby
wimmeo onlyx ,cl ole Uuals;!
'Silence drl yon owdojpplloes tig
gerl roared the wrathtat preacher
what lur you go fur spile dt eeramea
ny 1 You done spilt all da grabltj ol
de .csionl Dis jrrt'a oaly matUx
of form an 'ia tpaosible to de caaloa l
Now don't yaa go is-T lo open your
black mouf till de time" for you to speak!
'Will ya promise to lab, honor
an Andrew still abakloz his
bead ominlously at the obooxloos word)
dis jere &igge(, Buuj, foraUhtn her
witb all things needful far her comfort
happiness, ehsrlshea an partectla'
a All anfTAHsi at mrsw an
ber from all suffcrin . aa sorror, an
makin' smcve de path of all her pre
ceediu days to come t
I suppose I must say yet to daty
said Andrew meekly.
'Een I pronounce des Xjro coup! as to
be man and wife; aa' whom de Lord
qad loined together let no .man gp to
put dem asund&r 1'
Here an uproar arose among the
blacks, betokening a delctame entirely
urforeseeo by Ole Jack. For, as he
had forgotton to requle the usurl tows
of Suisy, they Insisted that however
fimly Andiew miSbt b bpcjjdby tbe
matrimony, Sujiy was aiiii slaglr, and
the pair were but hall married. The
matter was at last adjusted by tha
preacher commends g the ceremony
de novo, by which mesas the couple
were flually united to the aatUlaction
fra x a last's noTX-BoeK. .
How we swing; ai.d bang, and bal
a ce on the pi vet 'If I If we were
rich Instead ol poor, into what maal
told blesjiogs shotld our geld resolve
its- If I How those dear to us, deaenr-
lig, yet sever posses nag asgbtof this
world's luxury, should rersl ia the
pleases sad comforts, small and great,
that gold , can buy! Ji the dejaoajkn-
gtr had not burst his bonds i one day,
the hasty words wenld have remained
unspokcB and we should still possess
that which canaet be regained a
Meodabip lost, ll we had but waited
-mm . A a ...
one little asy ere penning ia icuer .
whose every word was bitterness the
letter yplcS rcsehad ks destlaatioa bet
too safely, bcrug on its wings wouads
sharp.r than steel can give what wild
tellreproaches, and what bitter tears ol
regre, would have been saved us ! We
are tire J of this old home, beneath the
ha ow ot whose roofcree wc hart
dwelt tor to many years. It there were
only m re of sua, aad leas of cloui en
our pathway I It ts too sultry. Ii It
would only raia I Ii we coald oaly 1
content with what we have aad are 1
If flowers bloomcda d Uother Haath
wore ber robe oi greea all ihsj year
round it we could a I ways be aood
tetcprt li people never cxltigised .or
found fault with other people U z.o
shaip word were jjtteradiVif Xrieads
never tfiraed to foes Ii we were all aa
good9 aad kind, and lovisg, aa it Ilea
ia cur power to be what a sassy para
diae we might make of our world !
Kaxp Or. One of Huston Vesaed
citixv-ns was ia a we!kaora restaur
aa', pai taking of the wholesome and
invigorating apple-pi. Diacovetiog
aimcthiog therein that uened to nave
a IrgiunstetcpoaecUcs with pie, b
called the proprietor, aad defcrcaiialy
obeetved to him, 'dee what 1 hive,
tuuod in this pie a piece ct Uoe
overall with buttoa attached., The
esterpibing proprietor, not at all dia
cobceited quietly rrpbed, TTtil. keep
ja tsiag : you may fla4 the roaa.'