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Wra aaaara1K ia direvlUinrt and rt-roniu long unwell,
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IDTMPRiphlA OK IMU3ESTION, Bead
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DiznM, Hnar Cnictation of th 8Uiuek.
a4 Taata l tka Month. Billon Attack. Palpitation of
aart, fntaniRMtlna of the Lone. Pain la tbara
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Marrying a Wife for a
HTe yoa beard the new about Mia
wlicb hdward Faniliaoi oceupi
ied iu lfta.
sra. Smith & Jonas', oflce on Wall street.
ilie warm blood colored Ned's cheek
fti f pile of all lii itrogglei to prcrentit
ud he, replied: v.
. No ; I hope no harm. , .
Well, I should gue it wasn't. Come,
fnt up your book, and as we go op town
'II tell ym.: :
No ; I cannot leave yet. I hare not
finished niy balance. .
Oh, pshaw ! finirti that to-uiorrn-vr be
fore ten o'clock. I wouldn't work as
you fox any nju livii.g, much less these
bankers, who think all a felIow is made for
is to work and make mouey fo. them.
Come aloup. : .
Ko; I can't go. , ..
Veil, then,' the tale in short is, she has
had a big fortune left her. some fit a hun
drcd thousand dollars.
An involuntary aich eacanerl Nrl mnA
he rather muttcre'd than spoke :
1 m sorry to bear u.
Why. what's cot into vou von niimv T
Sorry .1 ; Why, I bareu't heard anythinj:
to please me so much in many a day. 1
always likud the sirl, but I'm nH philo-
BopfT-enougu to marry Her for lovo aloue.
My doctrine is, when poverty cornea in t
tlie windowi loTe goes out at the door,
lam afraid I don't asrree with von in
all things, but I hare no time to discus
it now; Mus Jeuiple, in my opinion,
would be a fortune for any man, did she
uot possess a cent of money.
lhaw, Ned, that's old fogy. Love
in a cottage ! ha I ha ! Well, I 'liked her
pretty well before, but I can't kelp think -ing
.bec attractions very considerably en
larged sin tel. heard that new. Xovrr
should have thought of anything but a
pieasanti acquaintance guess I'll go in
for her; now. Good bye, Qb4 fell, And
dori't haft VOUrStlf Worthier nrnr tbo
Kid made no reply, but he felt as if he
would (ike to grind beneath his heel one
who copld speak so irreverently of her,
who, to his idea combined every grace of
heart aud ioind, and ' perfection of form
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uu icaaure, wuicn siiouiu make tip a
peifect woman. His thoughts turned to
action, land he caught himself stumping
the desk-slool with such force as almost
to dei.t a hole in it, and looking up, naw
Mi. Smith's steady gazo fixed ou him.
B-ick to hu work he. tried to bring his
thoughts, but they were not subject lo
his will, and he found himself iu great
danger of wi iting the thoughts passing
through his, mind, v-he is lfst to me
Oh, how I wish it had never happened !
He shut the book, put away his papers,
andjwiili that dreary, lost tar away kind
of look, passed unheedingly among the
throng ou the money mart of the new
world, j J
Charley Ashtou lost no time in ia:prov
ing his opportunities, for that night found
hiuiiseated tete at iete with Miss Temple
in a cosy little room in Twenty-first et.
Miss Templo was an orphan, and had
for years lived with an aunt, her father's
sister. . Aii lucome of four hundred dol
lars a year had beeu left her, which at
least, supplied all necessary Wants. She
was ot ashamed to assist her aunt about
many things some wotthl call menial ;
and form and feature, heart and mind, all
her acquaintances said, fully sustained
the high opinion we have seen'NedFaru-
jam naa or iter.
Ere the: evening was over, Charley
.rhtoii had succeeded in nimp.irino- A...n.
ly iri love, and not many days' passed ere
he had proposed and was accented Of
all her male acquaintances, Miss Temple
oau aiways preierrea the two young men
mentionea. l it was true, she bad rather
leaned td the Quiet, stead v Mr. Fnrnham
but of late he had ceased to viit b-r wbilo
Mr. Asbton's presence had beeu almoet
coiisxant. xicnce, site had persuaded
herself that she loved aud had accepted
him j j : n r '
Charley i urped a sneedv marri.io, .
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why Come fit a conversation too long for
me tO detail, wherein ft nnncarxd tbaf
some of the bovs 'down street wiire. fiiinc
up a pool ttt buy a certain stock, aud our
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inenu Asiiton wanted some, nl the hve
hundred thousand dollars to nut in it
Anna Temple preferred a longer time;
urged that time would make them know
eacn otner Detter, especially in the inti-
mai relation iney now stood. Uharlev
vowed that he would never change, rnd
he knew that time could never ' devnlono
any faults in her.
, Unt, aaid Miss Templo. there is another
reason, atjd?I think I can be free with
you now I have spent so much of my
little i income, and aunt haa na anaro
mosey, that 1 have no tneaus of defravini?
the necessary expenses.
uut you pave the fortune left you by
VOtir ADatratiao tinoln ) wmt if
have: not received it. vour aaenii will
certainly make an advance.
I have no fortune dear Charley. Sotne
thought it was mine, but the fort a no to
which you probably allude, waalleftto
my cousin, Miss Anna, Thompson Tem
ple, to whoth : I introduced you at the
Philharmonic. ;. -
Ah, it, was, indeed 1 She is a favored
young lady ; and how much dea she re
ceive;'? t r. :
. Beporti said : five hundred thousand
dollars,: "but cousin Nan has been inform
ed by the agents that there u but ten
tbtousand dollars ia money, the: rest ia in
houses an lots at Melbourne, valued at
ninety thousand dollars. - j ,
Ah well, really, how these things do
spread. BM to our matter: 1 guess. Alias
Anna, you nau oesi nare your way.
The hours'of that evenin- &rv9eA
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Charles Ashton't wanner: became more
and more formal. He Uttt -and AnnaTs
. ; ill i
17 aiong ana as tuey lengtbened Mr.
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warm heart was sad as she thought over
the cool manner-and the cooler parting.
No sleen came to her eves that t.tr, . , ,
I of "
Can it be ! she said to herself a thons-
saud times; and yet it must, for his man
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ner cnangea almost rrotn my telling him
of Nannie's fortune. ' ' j" -
The ivext night came; but Charlie was
not iu his usual place, and' the next and
still more. About a week afterward, is
short note informed MisiTemple that
having lost all his savings in a bad specu
lation, he could not think of holding her
to an engagement which it would be out
of hi power to consummate for years.-
To say this did not grieve her. wonld
be false, but it did not require many days
to teachjier that she had ot loved Char
lie Aehton as she shod! 'the man she
was u uirry. ,n i t "r- a.
Again our two young men ttfet. This
time on Broadway. Charlie gayly saun
tering alonr. hailed Ned in his hold fa-
V ell, old boy, off early to-day ?
I've been promoted, and am not obliged
to work a late, though I do often ; then
1 think of takiucr a ride m the nark mv
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head has ached much of late; and I am
more nervous than formerly.
Shouldn't work so hard; don't get
any thank for it. By-the-by, that for
tune of Miss Temple's tums out to be all
in the eve.
How what's that 7 was the eatrer re-
Well) a Miss Somebocy Temple has
about a hundred thousand dollars left
her, but it wasn't our prcm little friend
k a a
uut J heard you were terv attentive
some said engaged.
1 licit- s no telling wliat nil "lit have
beeti doue but fr that fool of an uncle
making a mistake in nasies. However,
it's all over now. You kuow that I at
least can't afford to marry a poor woman,
no matter it she is a 1'tr:. 1 know you
entertain som- aor'. of foolish notion that
love, eic, w ill do, but it's til bosh. Give
tue the dimes, my boy. When poverty
comes in at the window, etc., you kuow.
I ake my advice and drop all audi foolish
Ashton might as well Lave talked to a
lamp-post, for all the hearing Ned Farn
ham did. W hat he was thinking of we
cannot say, but he did not go to the Park
that afternoon, hut the evening found lijtn.
in a little parlor which h.'id so often been
graced by Charlie's pretence. Ere the
erfning was over he h.-ri explained his
long absence, told of hi? better pronpecis,
a d offend his In ait and ban I. 8 lie aik
ed three weeks to cotifid-r, he to visit her
as often as he pleased. At the end of
that time he wh aecep td. and Anna
learned what true love was.
Here :ny ftory might end, but there is
a sequel. Some montlii after the engage
ment, Mr. ."Mnith tapped Ned on the
shoulder, and motioned lim to the private
Going to marry mv tiece? said that
I am engaged to Miss Anna Temple,
ir, and we expect to bemarried in a quiet
way one month from todav. But I wa
not aware that idie was jour niece.
xs either was I until a few davs since.
As for your quiet way, mderstand me, sir,
the child of my only ister can be mar
ried nowhere else hut itr mv house. Come
now, no flinching. Ljve heard all about
t. nut she s poor - poor as Job a turkey;
nd Pre too many chiltren to giver her
more than a decent wedding.
Ned did not understatd the expression
on Mr. bomb's Imco. but tut a little an-
pered, and replieil :
I shonld never have addressed her, and
I would release her t his moment if I knew
he was an heiress.
No you dont; no you don't. I know
you, aud 1 know the whole story, lou
JNed oomlered loni? trpr ihit aina-ular
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conversation, but got satisfaction from his
own thoughts or from Aiua. She replied
only by a smile and nkfcs.
iotwithht.;nIiiig all the urging of her
new found uncle. Anna rt-fneerl to lea re
her auut until thu time for the wedd ng.
That event came, and the ceremony was
over.'- then Mr. bruih called the young
couple into his library, and drawing from
his safe a strong iron box, said :
Now. young man. tou're lied hard and
fasti and I'll tell you that you've got an
heires, and a lich one. too. A foolish
brother of her father', who would go to
Australia, took it into his head to die,
not long since, aud left such a blotched
up will that it has takei over six mouths
to-get liiu atraigut oi ll. w n rrr oia
agents, and kept the matter to ourselves,
because it was a large sum, aud might
eieatc impostors. We soon disposed of
the one hundred thousand dollars to Miss
Anna Thompson Tenure, but the con
tents of this box, ouo hundred thousand
j ounds in consols we used more scrutiny
iu assigning, and in the course of our in
vest' gat ion, I not only found- the rightful
owner of our trust, but " the child of my
only sister, feir, you ars worthy of her,
and, what is of h-ss value, her fortune.
The morning papers will announce you as
a partner in our house.
A "SNAKE" PliOTOGBAPH.
The Richmond correspondent of the
Petersburg Index tells the following :
"A gentleman, a physician, resident
near the Warm Springs, but now on a
vieit to this city, tells a remarkable snake
story.' All snake stories are remarkable,
I know,'but this one is conspicuously so
because it' is told by a truthful person,
who is in the habit of gathering his infor
mation rather from observation than from
the ctaggerated rehearsal of others. The
doctor was recently sent for. to ee a lady
of bit 'neighborhood who had been bitten
on the ankli by a rattlesnake. When he
reached the' natient be found that her
I riena, adopting an oia inaian remeoy
j which had tome down to tbia generation
wirVtltflegehdary lore of the neighbor-
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bood had bound the wound, . already
much.iwollen and inflamed with1 several
folds of the inner lining (liber) of the
barsr of the aycamore tree Willing l0
sw.it tho result of this experiment,! and
seeing really, ho chance for the applica
tion of . better and mora orthodns Tretne:
dy, our doctor allowed the. lady to keen
the bandage on, and in. few hows she
waarelievcd from the pain and the efleeta
of tho poison too, as she declared. Then
it was removed. The wound pitied a
most favorable appearance: kn1 ib-
wa soon pronounced eomph-te. Xow the
or V , U" Part rc" U Md.
Uu unfolding the hjttu1o I I.,.-.. J li- .
n-a to the exact aotlLes, th.- Wry photo
graph, yea, the perfect ! picture of i the
snake, coiled, ready for the spring, was
f mud impressed upon Bo perfect Vt
the likeness that if one had seen ? the
bark bandage lying open on the road tide
he would have thoorbt that - r.i.u. l. j
coiled upon u for oue of hia drtadful
inriniri TI. Jnlt. , .1 .1. .
-r----o' "suuour iiw mis tuiug wr.n
Ihs own eyet, and ihe remetly has been
applied to similar cases in that section of
the country with aa Imm . (ftm
owever wanderful thjs story may seem,
as I said before, there ia every reason In
ilin m.n-1.1 f 1? ..
iu iur tenroing 11 n true.
From the Atlantic Jbr October.
sooner ou later,
BV HARRIET K. rEEscXrTT.
Sooner or later the atorma shall beat
Over my slumber from head to feet ;
Sooner or later t&e wind afiall rare '
In the long gra above mr grave.
I Rhall not heed them where I lie, '
Nothing their sound shall signify,
Nothing the headtone'a tret of rain, C
Nothing to me the dark day'a pain.
Sooner or later the sun shall ahine, '
With tender warmth on ''hat-mound of mine;
Sooner or later, th Summer air,
Clorer aud violet bloora there.
I sltall not feel, in that deep-laid ret, 1
The aheeted light fall otrer my breast, j
Nor erer note in those hidden hours '
The wind-blown breath of the knwing flower.
Sooner or later the Ktainles snows
Shall add their hush to my mute repose
Sooner or later shall slant and ahift,
And heap my bed with ther"f rzling drift.
Chill though that frozen pall shall teem,
Iu touch no colder can make the dream
That recks not the sweet and sacred dread
Shrouding the city of the dead.
Sooner or later the bee shall come
And fill the noon with hia golden hum ;
Sooner or later on half-paused wing
The blue-bird's warble about me ring :
King and chirrup and whistle with glee,
Nothing his music means to me;
None of these beautiful thing shall know
How soundly their loyer sleeps below.
Sooner or later, far out in the night,
The stars shall over me wing their flight ;
Sooner or later my darkling dewa
Catch the whita spark in their silent ooxe
Never a ray shall part the gloom
That wraps me round In the kindly tomb ;
Peace shall be perfect for lip and brow, i
Soouer or later oh ! why not now ?
Good IJenied.es. For drunkenness.
drink cold water; for health, rise early;
to be happy, be honest: to please all.
S a a m
mind your own basinets.
BORROWING TROUBLE. . .
What a vast proportion of our lives
spent in anxious and useless forebodings
concerning I be tuture-either our own.
or that of our dtar oues. Present ioys,
present blessings, sup, uy, ana we lose i
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half their sweet Uavnrs, and all tor want
offaithinHira who provides . iK
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IUUIB.UK , 1 A till T , w illitiu, mv J
t; and He, who ia so watchful, so piti-'
, so loving, so forgiring! Why can-f
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not ice. slinuing our h.tnd
y Oaf w a
noiuled oath, thoruy or flowery, crooked
or straight, knowing that evening will
bring us sleep, and peace, aad home.
Why toil distrustfully to gather up
manna for days yet to come, when every
dewy morning shall find it freshly! sprink
led at out feet? Wheu we do 'get near
"Our Father." how wonderful seems this,
our distrust; how our eyes orerflow, that
we could make so mean a return for that
all-embracing, all-bountiful, generous
kindness, which is measureless as the
ocean, though our short-cotninge are as
numerous us its tossing waves.
A true religious instinct never deprived
a man of one single joy ; mournful faces
and a sombre aspect are the convention
al affectations of tho weak-minded.
RIGHT 13 MIGHT.
UY ARCHDEACON BABE.
shall we learn the sweet trust In Uod that v r"" , ,T.
our little children teach'tia every day, by V 1 hompson, of 447 W est 1 hirty-so-their
confiding faith iu us We, who are ' cnnd fkened by some oue s
i.i r...i... ... iiAi. - ..... rummaging about his room. .Mr. lhouin-
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the Almiguty, ngnt is migm, ana cm
As snre as Uod livexn, as sure as mo ----- a --y -Holy
One of Israel is the Ird of Hosts, president
was, and ever shall be. Holiness i,',"?,.r7 w t ,
might; meekness is might; patience f. forjn. all ti time. Lit u. asuiud-g-migbtV
humility is might; self-denial and i nation meeting, as our only safety ,n ad
..5 ..c. ' :-T. . Uw. Ti mitrhi. vance. and we cau and will sweep radi-
' - e.-' a .1. - : .:.U- -
ejTerT gut v iu un 'b
was 10 pieces' or- ocau . wuu uh
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cross was "two pieces' or- owu . wuj, suwa- .
a lidplentreistJnr Man-was wriled tilj The tafloeufe of .costume ia ioxalcula
it; yet it w 'trajghtier thsn the .worlds lie;, dress a,hoy aa.a man audthe will at
and triumphed. And " wAT ef triampVoaee ahange bis own conception of Med-
orrrit, "Heaven and earth 'shall pass self. ; 1 :' ' 1
sway, bat no pure, i holy deed, or word
or thought, On the other hand, might,
that the fehildren' of earth call so.-the
rtr?? Jd" ' ll" thquake, the fire.
perishes through it s own violence, self,
exhausted And self consumed; as our age
of the world has beeu allowed to witness
in the most signal example For many
f ua remember, aad tbey who do not
have heard from their fathers, how the
mightiest man on earth he who bad girt
hnaself iith all might except that of the
nghtbartt like a tempest cloud, burnt
biioaelf oat like a coGflagration,and only
1-ft the sears of hu ravages to mark
"here he had been. Who among you can
look into so iafaat'a face and not see a
pof r in it mightier than all the armies
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An exchange speaks of a fact which is
not know-, by xnauy people, that a mio
ister, after preachings the Sabbaih, u
not likely to wish to engage m eonversa
tron, or say mental exercise. He has
used up ht 'vitality in the pnlpft. He
needs rekt.' nance to Invite hlai to a din
e.iPeci'naT ,,e hall be commnntcatire 1
and instructive, is requiring too much of
miud and body. If you have a Sup
ply preaching for yoa, or an 'eichange"
or a neighbor assiatiag yar pastor, let
him stay at bis lodging, where lie mavre
over from- his ethsustiou, And prepare
work. litUgiovs Herald.
A Stardlpg J?uwor-5i7rcr Mine in
Mqdtson CWi'y. For several days there
has Laen a secret afloat among m, few of
tha ''confidential and know in- ones,"
which was generally coramunicaud in an
trapressive; undertone, of which the fol
lowing is the substance r A woman who
resides near the W'.rm springs, in Madi
son county, hss made reveral trips to this
town to interview Mr. Kphraim Clayton
aud son, who own land in that ticiuitv.
On each of these several occasions she
has communicated the marvelous fact to
lhee geqilemen .that tliere is a
silver minp on their premises. Her
story is that this mine was surrepti
tiously worked by a former citizen of this
town, a Frenchman named Cochce, who,
in company with a atrangpr and the
narrator, would visit the
mine, gft out
the ore, ana liking it to a
. . . .
there coin it. She further states that
tley.werw ge.erally eugaged at this from
one to twpj weeks, -and that l hey made
two or thnw trips during tha year to this
miue. Thjs woman says the men paid
her S100 per annum to keep their sectef.
and that not withstanding tho fact th.a
Cochee died ten or twelve ycai. before
the breaking out of the war, rbe coutinm d
to receive Fur S100 husi money up to
that time. 'The amount of credence her
story is entitled to, we are not prepared
to state; btU we are reliably informed
that Mr. Thoe. Clay.ou has perfected bis
title to the land and! proposes to go down
in search of this hidden treasure.- The
P. S. AH fake ss to the real existence
of the mine, a dilligent ecarch
A Xew Invent hn from the
Foster Utley, the celebra'sj inventor of
the CottJii Press, has now inveuted a
miniature Washing Machine. Any l.iJy
can use ft, either in her Lp, or in a wash
ing tub. He is new euroute for Golds
boro, where Dr. Davis of that place waitts
to buy ihe right. Mr. Utly has had the
notion in his head for the past ten yrars.
Two years ago while engaged in remod
eling the bouse of Cameron, in IIU la boro,
tha idea struck him, and he went right
home and invented it in Ft-bru.iry, and it
was patented the eighteenth of April fof
lowing. Since that time he has sold six
county rights tu this State, two in Ten
nessee, . aud v one hundred iu as many
counties in Virginia. The right Leiuz
worth from, one hundred to one hundred
aud fifty dollars.
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A M. A m . m i .... a a tl.lur -mi , m
I. , . . 7 - w.a u-i...u
his city by a rag, showing that trifles
mar lead to the detection of a
4 e t I t 1
on "Pf'S oa4lo1be,I wbereuj-iu the thif
handle down the bilk Starrs
intnr' t Ivo ward Ifta(lw nitranerl hv Mr
eaco ; " j -j i -j
's ap- I Thompson. The thiel dropped the bun
ooked" escaped over the fence, but Mr.
a 7 I slt-f"
Thompson had taken a good 1 ok at him.
Iu scaling the fence a spike tore off a
piece of his iisowsers, and this Thompson
secured. In the bundle wero about SS5
worth of clothitfg, a silver watch valued
at S25, and S24. A description of the
thief was left at the Thirty-seventh street
station. About 6 o'clock Officer McEl
rov: arrested John Body, who was idea-
af I ' 9
tilled by Mr.j Thompson. The piece of
cloth left on the spike corresponded with
a rent ia Body's trowsers.
KEEP IT BEFOJIE 77E PEOPLE
that the grand jury of Chester county,
South Carolina, composed of half tchitcs
of the Preiidait, and declare fiaP'THrl
AUXaATlOX jC0k'XA)Xkl IX TiiC POC
LaVtATlOX OF- TIIC PBKalDEXT OF THE
USltiCO STATES AkE WITHOTT rotXDA
Here is a rebuke, says the Baltimore
Evening Journal, to the outrageous act of
m " . ! II I
tni wuicn snouia ue anown
liet the democratic papers
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calism to the earth Iu 1S72.
mm I ! Maaaaawa-aaiwaBHBka-waBawaBH-B
The subject cf sympathies and sitipa
te is extrcBMly ruii-. JyWiaioted
when he hraid the splaaLing of wsler
8caligcr turned pale at tha sight of waten.
cresses. F-rasmus became: ' feverish Vbe
he saw a fih. A enrioas "s Cory is told el
clergyman, thai he alwsys faiuted wkea
he beard a certain vers la JervjtWh tread.
Zimmerman ie!lt e-f a lady wboeould not
endure the feeling of silk er t atla, and
shoddercd when touchlcg theskJavof
peach. , .tt tl m, (
Boswell vnca asked Johnson if "tberw
wa no possible drcumsunce under whUb
Suicide would Le inat'fTaf.ta 4 a
Johnson. WclL- aa'id IU..!t 'm .
pose a man had beeu guilty f framd, 4
that h was certain to hm tammA nt
... hj, iocn, was we reply;- la Uitr
esse, let 11a go loso'me"coaatrywler;"
- sbowd, ina not to IbatlevJL
where U is known."
llote to iulll f.'ULl. t tJ"
Not with a reproof for any thaU aiay's
sina af oaaiaaioa-or casasaiaaiaa. iTake
any other time but bed tim nr tk. r
yem ever beard Irf l creature sirhlae-
and snbuintf In its afeei. r,la
do this. Seal thcTrclotfcg eyelids wlA lX
ks and a blessing. Tie time wifl cum '
all loo a,ben the, will law Xiut.
heads upou their piLows lixkuig Loiii : ,
Let them then at lea it bare - fkeir sweat,
memory of a happy childhood, of wkiea
uo futnre sorrow ar troalle can rob ikesa.
Give them their rosy 'youth. Nor need
this inrolre wild license.' The juflldotrs
parent -.in not so mistake my mcanltig
It ysu hare crer nut the man or woman
whose eyea have suddenly Bed when
hula child Lis crept trustingly toiul
mother's breast, you may have ace ol
iu whom childbtasd's hame. d.gahy and I
severity Hood bre lore and pity sbraild
have been. Too much indntgeece has
mined thousands of chlldrt n -t tod tancJi
love not one.
The importance of apple a food haa ,
not hitherto been eofincntly estimated art
understood. Besides contributing s lsrgf '
proportion of rugsr, mucilage sod other
nutiitious comp.uuds iu the form of food '
ihey contain such a fine combiaatioo
vegetable acids, extractive aulsUncca aud
aromatic priuciplo aa lo act proa etf ally
in the capacity of refrigerants, Uoica a ad
antiseptics ; and when freely used at ika
eeaaou of rijieuess,. by rutal laborers and
others, probably maintain and strengthes
thr power of productive hbor. Li&lj.
A 1I(IUK'S BKVE.VG.
H'-rscs think aud Lave memories. The
Io Cily Tnlt.c tell how a horse got
even with a cruel hosfl-.r :
" A few days ao the
hostler struck it
an unprovoked blow
'1 brve or four davs
afterwards, at the
hostier weut into tha
(tall, the h
placed liee.f i;i apprcrna' altitude, and
r o tUVMVIl.
keeping aiiejc out Jor ihe exact time,
threw its foot into the hotliei's laxc with
jut force euough to make it ticgle aud
ache. For the time beiuir thev
, rr j -m. ww.U,
lUe ,,,'tr leiug loo much hurt to retali
ate at (bat trn.e. An allercalicn occarred
shortly after, boa ever, of a aev re char
acter. The hottler, while laklng the afr
with the hors, became ditsatlsficd with
some of his ways, kUd give it a Mow,
whereupon tin; horse look lus forcana iu
his mouih. and hoidtngil miih afirxsgrip
U-tweeu the incisors, Ural hira ever atul
he lay upon the ground ; (kiwa, - wklaaat
Jettiag go his ' bale',' picked him up agifa;
th ea downed him; then pkei Mra tsp ;
then s!io,k bim lo and fro; then shook
him sgaio ; then laid him down ki.ej pick
ed Lliu up; and fwllowrd that dlscinus
with anothtr shake. When jjict repeat
td shakes and the Ureliiogdicipiixf.lLa
poor ftllov fiiialiy a4icc-ded. ia esuriea
ting hia arm, it was severely- maegied
witi tha teeth of ihe vicious chastiaer aad
the aid of a surgtron was railed in rcdu
ilion 10 drtss the wonuds." '
A S'tranpc Story The ifvrtlcr 'of lie
ParlTh ,n Uy. X leTtcr c c jved ' t J u-inna-Jis
frosa t Claik . conty, Jadlaiia.
says Ual the mui Jerer of Ji Patk Ua&j
U now known, aud that the evidcacs
against him hia cooclusire. - He was ma
of the pmraiant of the lyhcler, smd was
particularly active !n having ihe negroes
liung. Other jieTsons are tcliered to have
been connected with the murder, scd a
fill investigation will be held as loon ss
arrests can be made in safety.
The following particulars of railroad
signals will he iiteresling : Oi.e whislla
of the hKomotive weans down brakes
wo w histles, off brakes. tirce whlf-
thrs. " back en" continued wb!it!j "dan.
ger," a continued succession of twL"sUcs
. t . . 1 f rw a
u the catue ajarto. I ua cauinctor a sig
nal, given by a wepig partir-c sf lha ,
hands ou s level with the cya iacaaa.2 go
aheal, a oownwam mouoo oi ua itaao,
V stop," a beckoning motion, ' to lack.
A lantern raised and lowered verticsHy
signals starting; swung at right air gTel
or across the track, to slop ; fwacgln
circle, to back. A ucd sg wareJVu,l$a
t 1" at S S 1
yaca is a signal -oi oaoger j,UotstaaV4
sis lion is a signal for atOBoior : atnk,Lv
- - mi - rr w
the roadside is a si pal ai da&srr. cor aia
mm. . m.
track aaead i earned uafarted atyaaaa
gint is signal that another engine it on
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A gool farmer wfll nerer sits!5el '
with his Aruiin until be. cts tit Jai .
growing belter ercry jaar. r ui ;w
i mm l " " .-"vw
There sre none tbat flf Vo rfnf lfed'M
those that barf raised ihfMOsrJvri fOm
Vhe io3.fe 'pvinl'-K 1 v,