- r ,. i...T i i i flg ' iiMnwruij
' w s
Brt the nail aright, boy,
Db ;i mi ihit hmd:
Ktrike wiih nil your mig hi,' boy,
WsUle the ilodw red.
Q , H . 1 1
When you've work to do, .hojY. T
They rho rvac"
i ..i u ......
flow can-yon gei up, wjs
If you do not try?
oTl at last. .
scions of his condition he becomes en
roiTDil anrl hoWS aroitlessfttiy, which
-uofa himi Huncrer and
o M Hurst, follow oy grea
completely subdue mm ; ana ne wui
1 .. " i If A,. lvrl hv Kia
then allow nimsen w -v
decvrtml eompanioB to places prepared
achtbetofrboy., , PTVJfor the training oi ej
climb thirlrV. I after a whifcr he becomes satined and
r Jcwitpntea witu nis -new wuuiuun.
Tr - . .
There are numerous denoes used to
decoy Wild eiepiiauio uy uicHiu v
iemaie. , . .
Xtie Elephant hunters go into to
Little Banner: ,
Pro tbe CermpopdenceoftlieN Y Observer, i
utte rnoM rue orjexi1
NT Jl IRDOR WILDER t
UN WILD QKES: TUKIli SAGACITY.
Ian rs M
' "if HOW. V. . 0KAV1M.
,jiu. . i Li
' tKiSephant in India will work
all dav, carrying an amount oi bur
deri that deems very extraordinary
anl traverse paths that art quite im
passible for any wheeled carriage, ana
will live on very coaiee fare. I be
lieve the Asiatic elMhmt is the most
dodfie im ufnt Wany in the world.
The Atocan elepliant less iirtetli
irrnt and less eanable of endurimr. and
D w u
in fift jlrffyinifeste bad temper, and
is Hi wifya TfruTe dangerous tf) irmriaffe,
and rnhnifestH Httle or rto affection lor
his kf I
ioinity where the animals feed, and
. . i m . . .
repdre enclosures oi great sirengm,
sometimes in a ravine. The trained
elcpjjantsj ace -sent . out, i ancl mingle
with the wild ones arid will often de
coy a number into the enclosure, where
they are seenmr. sometimes tne uu li
ters will surround a large herd of wild
IjimeSj ajid Kith jaQd noise alarm the
Iherck when the tame one wUl rush to
M ' n.
the enclosure, and the wild ones otlen
arit " v ? -
It is often the case that one of the
The Hertegorinian i argents hare
mBd: an appeal to the Euro pea n powers
against the Turkish Government, in a
memorandum submitted to the Interna
tional CijmtSMt ipn. t Thb statement o
grievances will awaken much sympathy
for their cause, whether it leads to any
active intervention or not :
Honorable BejtresentaKtcs of Europe :
For four centuries the Christians of
Herzegovina the miserable, pitiable
rayahsvhW9,be en plunged into mourning
and affliction. Unable longer to endure
the barbarism, the rod of the- persecutor,
the violence, the Turkish syatemi Jbf jpp
preesion, the ray aha have this year ripen
in revolt in order to pruve that, in this
nineteenth eenmry, and in the face of en
lightenment and civilisation in Eu; ope, it
is a shame to permit the barbarous Tuik
to garrotte the unfortunate oelave popu
lation oi Herzegovina, and continue to
keep it m ignorance. Oentlemeu, we
demand that the ereat rowers have
seat you to give an account of our condi
UT . V . v - v .... .
lion and of the motive which has led us
to take up arms. These, then, are the
will not longer endure the Turkish lash.
We are men, not beasts. If yow cannot
bring us relief you cannot force as to to-'
turn to slavery . What we want ts liberty,
true, full and permanent. Alive we shall
never fall agaid into the hands of the
Metkotttch, Sept. 13, 1875.
Innm tame, elenhants will ioin a herd reasons :
nnoa nnrl tmcrAtrf snmft in bat-1 L To commeuce with the sga (land
..lju ii :iJ M A- lord.) Tho unfortunate small farmer who
win i ww i iu ii i i ii i mm m iiii ill I r hi w-i wm.tt.- m : m. r ' i
vi V aitu vw iiiiv ti - - i -
l ' i m. t -r m. . . . I tWaa a maea nt inn rr tw t 'UiHm la awnm
ftmHimr .(my vrs. the hunters se- i LU,V " v- v" w....-.v
1VU4 w m 5-
cure tnem. it is a very perilous w or.,
for no animal can be more dangerous
han an enraged elephant.
.Elephants were very extensively
Carolina Central Railway
, ; . . ,
4 : . I
OnWI URKXaAI. SUPIBIKTKIPUT.
WUmingtoa. N. U Aaril 14,
Change of Schedule,
Oa and after ftidsv. Aonl 16tb. 1875.
trains will ran over this Railway as follows ;
Leave Wilniineton at.
Arrive at Char lotto a..
Leave Charlotte at
Arrive in Wilmington at
S?- FARMERS UOT
7.0O A. ii
SAVE MONEY, SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIM
ME US PLOW.
Leave Wilmington at 6.U0 P M
Arrive at Charlotte at .-6.00 P M
Leave CharloUeat 6(rA M
Arrive in WUmiugton at .6.00 a M
nelled to eiye at least one half of all th
procet'ds to the aga. If the aga-comes to
visit the farmer, which happens three or
four times a year, he brings all bis rela
tives, and the farmer has either to keep
x .i ti nAnr av t An el it a1 it ncoH fhr l irom me peasant tea times more
liiio viuivieucv in iniBc wiiyiug """-i b e I : it ..1; .V.,,
used by thje native. kings of India in th aga, his friends, their horses, or be
all their. campaigns. They were a beaten and thrown into prison.
lecessary appenaage ii) tne royai re-r z. in tne i uraisn empire iaey aiuy ue
inuei and in all public demonstra- mand a tentbj but the farmers concert
tlOnS . r Willi ID6 OHttC UUICIA) IU UIUCI l(J Cltl
. . i . 1 ,-l, I UUT . iUt! bUUIVIdlU Hit ! USIU
useful animals; Dnt it is coneeied tnat gage, irawmg aninery over !n 'thf, ' rU
it hi so. We have seen great num- roads and difihcu t pla, but they are 3 The h(j arg bonnfl aUo tQ
bers Of elephants let loose to batfit seldom used in battle. The English custoni8 dulie8 aud mjntary ux.
and Wash In the river, and they eiijot now use them just as tne natives aia. 4 rrom 0ttr ear)iest recollections the
tha sport. They will walk into the Wherever milroads extend the ele- 8yatent of coanttnir cattle has been infa
... . . v . . I n : : - . . i jiii . - i i I J .... , .
water until it reaches nearly up to phants are not useti. du mey are m an mous. lurks do the counting; th!y
their backs, and then, with their other places. 1 excuse their co-religionisis but the? count
trunks, tliey will wash their sides and In a recent hnnt by a Rajah, north thirty against a poor Christian when he
ll-o ,i mrtr .,(Ar a T.iinLrnHr hvfintv.hm plpnhaiits uos Dut ten, in oioer mat me unnsiiaii
lOAaO caiiva hilt iuvtu vi iV ncui nv i vx w -v.- i B
oil vnU I mav furnish the whole tax to the ajra fo
a -cfC r-Tl ' U2. ,i i .... ui f the district. Before whom shal
are not il9Ii&cIftQ go Myond their uable. n, . . , . , . ,., . . ,
oJliUfUltdunf Tn nnrfhorn Tmlia ftWhants are Chriatem complam? A. iurkieh
of water, but will swim if forcetU I scarce, and their slaughter in all India If a christian brings a Turk int.
nave noticed that amontr the efemiauts nas oeen promoiteu unuer severe vcu-, i . np;.lku nuv;-.i:,,. 5- nn.ri.t ;,ltn
there will always be one who will drive alties JJnder tlie, protection of that lbe Court b tbe ork tht? obristian loSp9
an tne rest, ne is King, wuere ne law xney nave irx-uhw; P!rvuT ,u bis ca&e unless be has two Turkish v,n
leads the others follow It is the same the Madrae Presidency, and in many nessef , and in any case he is nearly suie
in their wild state Some one will parts very destructive Mr. Saun- io be put in piision. .
lead the herd. I was surprised to derftrj, the Superintendent? -wPCaftate 6. Tiie Turks employ violence to over
wifiioBd tlm ;nto1i;rrpnro f anm if in flifi Mnrlrns Prtsilenov. a man of come our wives and danrhters and force
DISTILLSRS' SLA27Z8V '
(Fee Simple, Sheriffs and Commis
E BY USING THE FJB
lor voua Uad bwiu-r, It will taate yaw batter crops, il will cc
an aaj t -.br Plow rem bar vcr uaad.
It will run lighter. It wi41
Ton mm tn k it In ortr. lint in
We will furnish vou Poinu one year foe one p!ow in ordinary lan.-f far ewe UNlar. What e
yon pay your blacksmith to do the same oo rmir fld-!ahiuncvl I low j
S e har jiwt made a great rvdnction in Prce "
All we ask of you la. Trv it, aad ha U you dua l like it briaw U back and your nMey aball
ba refunded to yoa.
, ! MIXED TRAINS
Leave Charlotte at,- 8.00 A II
Arrive at Buffalo at.... J IS If
Leave Buffalo at 12 30 P M
Arrive in Charlotte at 4.30 P M
No Trains on Sunday eceept one frelcht train
that leavca Wilmineton at 6 r. M., inntead Of
on Saturday night.
Connects at Wilmington with Wilminstoo &
Weldon, and Wilmington, Colombia i Aujrusta I
Kailroads. semi-weekly Xcw York aud Tri
weekly Baltimore and weekly Philadelphia
Steamers, and the Uirer Boats to Fayctteville,
Connect at Charlotte with U Wettern Di
vision, North Carolina Bailmad, Charlotte A
Statesrilo Railroad, Charlotte A Atlanta Air
Liuc.and Charlotte, Columbia Si Augusta Rail
Thru supplyine the whole West, NorthweU
and Southwest m-i th a short anlchoap line to
the Soaboard aud Europe.
S. L. FREMONT.
Chief Engineer aad Superintendent.
May 6. 1873. tf.
Piedmont Air Line Railway
WE WARRANT KVBBY PIW
- eft? I
QlJmW& WARREN ORGAN Co s
Oiit tfseflif hjmiTs,r Thmv a'reJerhr ;large experience, has succeeded in one thr-ru to accept the d.Mitnues of inlamiera.
ployed on the puMie-works, and their mnd hunt in capturing over filly ele- .7- If a thnst.an has the m.f fortune to
JfciwpB stieith enable themth Re.refi 1 "
. i na v i i iiiii urn inn rno ii i ru
mf oncn 4-n liinr cmnno at nAnf I nnrna t r rim I 1 rT fl CfTPfHTI Wnlfli I
ua" VI Ultl uviw ill tiiv " . I Q Tha rr..a.W n OAnlamnl
and, what is more, to place had perpendicular sides. There was I Mmmtm nnr ,unM k..ii.
them where needed. . 'Sliey are used in a large number of sportsmen from all L8 f 8aitltBtbe'y insult and abuse
uie cousiruuuuu ut uriuges, anu win I puns ui jiiiuiu, aim a migc wu " 10 Hum puulicly.
rk io.-the water "ajrday. They will I surrounded, and with trumpets and 9. We pay taxra to
push a stone as eareuillv as a cane oi iiorns ariven into ine trap. Alter support the numerous
the Sultan and
men It is interesting to see these bemg confined a short time in this amon? ue ; btit in return we are not given
huce animals move about until they 1 large enclosure they were forced
' . I j itr1 l l I :f
move about until they liarge enclosure iney were iorceu into y euucauuu. i u uare u bchuoi.-, aim u
o-Pt h smiire nW to atand- and then a snwtll timber vard of trreat Strength. &y one among us were to ok lor them,
i.i.e : i. iu wu ft.i : i i,n ,rorr1 UnrAl be would he cast into nriaon and nay for
Ing a stone just as the mason waves cess of starving and subduing by tame hi. audacity w.th hie head.
Tf j Tr xi r j.' i j ii i sa,i ti. J 1. In ease of correc the rayah w com
hiahnnrl I n t.lip lanro t.imlwr vnrrfK olnnhiints was SUCCCSSIUl. lliese WUU .. . , . . ...... Jm
, T: --tt't KflfVrr A 1 1 peiledeu to absent himseit nve or six
I n nnlinnlo ranrM nvui- visr T rn Ota ntlfl I . . .. . ...
vi jukic I... u,;ci1" .uiMiiui.' an, , i . j....... i., . . days distance irom his house, and to
exteneiyjuaefL wxltsiyneoessary -ey,eFywthere spread UesoJation in their worl? wUDOut food or pay for eight day
to watch one for a little white ""to be tracks ; there are now two other large Tho Turke, on the contiay, are exonera
satisfied of tlie wonderful strength as herds on the hills which this same ted.
well as sagacity of these animals. j hunter expects to secure. It may be 11. I i horses are needed for transport
'$key are employed in drawing, and years before either pne of these herds iug the families and goods of Turkish
fitUuir the hue Iocs used- m ship- will be caught in the right place to troops, tuc sapuis or gendarmes swarm
LnlliMriA ;Thv will rliw 'lnwro lnrr hp ilrivon into nno nf those efroncr en- the villages, seize men and horses and
over Very rough roads from the forests! closures. Many vears since elephants take lhetD f 00 joorneys lasting fifteen
n :ll Ui-t3K-s-l I "i 1 o 1.11 K or twefcty days without pavine them
TonVnn thMr tnsl s nr! "hnlrt it 'In its thoir rl;tr,,oiin hftcnme a neeefisitv . 12 oney.
i ..i . :. j lrrb JL rT, t j il JtJ 1.1. a! '12. Mow could we obtain full justice
p.. w.i. .,.uuvt.a re y. reo -g r""T from Turkish tribunals while they are
it apparently WTth tnore ease than fifty etchers to tame the wild ones is cruel comno9efi of a ureis mH;0Ht r Turk-.
odBmM(Mif iWljwqrtfllnlthcseJand often destructive to them; ancl wi,h only tvro Cbrietiaus among them,
sagacious aniiuajs, has brought you a the government will vn6t permit "the the latter themselves being compelled to
Jogfium a pileroii rnay ueod him tor Jvunt unless positively necessary. sign the death warrants of the most hon
the next log by merely pointing at it, I.here is generally a sort of king among
'ofcitjwttt toil palioptiy all day, and these elephants, and the whole herd
make piles ofdfgiifnd as nicely as a will follow when he leads; but they
gang of men -ee-uki-do. They arc al- instinctively keep away frOmthetowns
kaetf rarol'iil nnl ti inWiVa hoir tvli nrn tlintr ennm r Ir tintxr fov -urill
n-t. o.r.InlKr nn- b hom U-b t.a.i sickness m his house, the gendarme comes
7ii , " .i . .v. u i j. . . , I immediately, heals him, citen leaving
rjXATTrrr.u u.r . , r- - ." him hair dfd and often
neman,wTrTjrnavia!argeiameFamirogue ciepnant. J, uese rogues will
timber yard, eaid it took over a yca1 destroy hundreds of crops, and. tliey
13. If a Christian is requested to Ifnd
his horse and himself, to the government
and makes an excuse that his work will not
permit him to go away, or that he has
Land and Chattle),
JVde. clixxL ffritrt JUmU,
, Labels, Cautions,
all done on short notice and at
YERY LOW RATES.
$3b Court Blanks, Deeds and Mort-!
gages, ready printed and tor sale at
Address, . J. BR UNER, j
8ALI8BURY. N. C.
SIffiOHTO FEMALE COLLEGE,
V STATEVIXLE, I. C.
The next se.von will open 8ept. 1. 1875.
Terms for board, &c .have beon made as low as
possible to suit tho timen. Bfnrenee4: Kev.
Ohas. Phillips. 1). D., Pmf. W. Martin, Uev.
W. A Wood. Rov. D. E. Jonlan. Ex-Gov. Z. B.
Vance, Hun. W. If. Battle, and all friend of
the lato Prof. Mitchell, of Chapel Bill, N. C.
Ai. It, 1874. 6moa.
Richmond Sc Panvile, Richmond &
Danville R. w., a. C. Dm son, and
North Western N. C. R. W.
In Effect on aad after Sunday. Not. tsta.
. STATIONS. Mail. Exraxsa.
Leave Charlotte .... 915 ru 646
" Air I.ioe J'ncfn 9 33 6 30
" Salisbury 68 " 8.34 '
" Grecnloro 316 aM 10 65 "
Danrllle 6 (ti " l.lf r M
" Dundee 6.18 l 00
" Burkerin 11 35 6.V7
Arrive at Richmond. 8. 39 r a S 48
hTATlON. Mail. Exraase.
Leave r.irlin.nJ 1.39 ri 8.C8 a. a.
" Burkevl I. 4.64 H 36
" Dundee 10.33 " 1.14 r
' PaiuUte lft. 3y 1.17
" ' .if r j 3. 00 a u 3.68 "
" Saliabnry.. .... 6.39 6.16
" Air-Line J'u. t'n 7.50 " 8.t5
Arrive t Charlotte... 8.08 am j 8.43 '
going cast. m:ci.(; wsst.
STATIONS. I MaiU i Mail
H 9jfi m a 1 1 ItwStS- ?a
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS.
FITTED WITU THE NEWLY IN V KSTED
paths t QTJAUcrxma
An 'DTMliM havinc a naoat importan: beriT,C on the num new
which the quanttiv i r volume oi low i
awl tbe rjnalitj of lore retidtred
Equal to tkat of tie Best Pipe Orjaai f ike Saie Capacitj.
r.aleUrb I 5"
Arr at Goldboro'... 4
Our celebrated -Vn Celr-to." "Vm irninna."-Wil
inr -gello" or "Clarionet Stor, "tkm Uorw, Mt n
ALL. THE LATEST IMPKOVEMNTS
Can m obts'ied only in thee Oixr.a.
Pifty DUTarent Stylet, ,
Wiloox Pat,m.- Ictave Coaoler," lbe.
muni," ' Vi i Angvlet, "Viola Etberis"
.v.v AVka nr rjnuron
t . - - . .... . ni. .f....0.Jin
L .H U I 'I.
3 00 a a U.Arr. 1 35 a
4.30 " lL'vel3l
8.33 12 " 8 10
1130 a K Al.'TitOOrs
Quality and YuJume of T
PRICES, $50 TO $5
X70RTX WJ38T11WH. O. . .M
( SAI.EM DRAXCn.)
Leave f!rerniiboro 4.30 r
Arrtve a Salon.. ,v 6 13
Leave ralem 8.40 am
' Arrive at (rreaeboro 10.33.
- FACTORY AKD V AKkHOOMH. CORNXF. IM
(SBSABXaUSXIP XI7 1830. AOZKTl Wanted la Every County
Address GLOUGH WARREN ORCAN
May 20 1875.-1y.
4s Am.U U . I A il. . 1 l 1 E 1 13 1 "II A 1 I - - .
taqM.ina puuuL Lite miuyer uu- ouen grow Doia, ana win iaKe posse- fore a court for debt tbe judgment is
ness; but, he ariiled, he never forgot, ajon pf a road anjl , prevent any one rendered. If a Christian makes a
a m-M- inimtjn erepiianie win Bei m l irom oassintr. aiainr. on tne otuer liana, ana
so badly that death speedily ensues.
14. If a I nrk makvs a complaint be-
Irfflia from 500 to 3,000 rupees each,! These animals seem to owe a srudirc I uit he might wait till doomeday at least,
depending upon the sagacity of the to' a dam in the fiver, and take great unleia he could buy the judge's decision
animal. irloliVfir iW rWrnvlno- t F.lmKaifG for ten times tho -value of tbe claim for
l. .... . , - . . , i aa .
i vv U IVIi IIV CU.S.
under the Turkish
Q9.Q(ih aaaacious elephants can have a terrible dread of the tieer. and
be'eMly iraiiicd to hunt the wild ones, a soon as thev see one thev lift their
m f . , " ' J .TT-T-
wludi is frequently- done.
nVyrfal- from Lucknow,
which he sues.
f 16. No security
16. If the aga comes to see you
continues to curee and blaepbeme
croa", faints, ahar and church.
17. When the Turks give themselves
to aets of violence they know no modera
tion. For instance, Ismail- Aga-Sabaricz.
fecerttly captured ; but were not pres- but the sun is there, aftd will shine
ent at the hunt! One of these ele forth again. It may be a stormy
pWawt tamers will go out and join niglt, and the stare are hidden; but
with a herd of wild elephants, and they shine on, permanent and pure,
prm'eiiiaea80,meofUiewIldoneswillfol- behind the driving rain, and will
low him into a yard prepared for that again look out upon you with their
purpose. The males are often captured crura eys and say, from their inaeces-
tv,PX female elephant. It is not sible a$d infinite heights. "Be pa-
ttVWy iemaie tnat win engage m this
A llajah, proboscis high in the air, and become
has large furious, and often unmaneaerable. It
herd, and among them several trained is very seldom that an elephant can
to nunt ana suoaue wua ones, i ne be torcea to lace the tiger,
llajah is employed by the government . ;
to ecue Avild elephants, and has from . 'mi ' -!
twenty-five dollars to one hundred God never takes back his eifts. If who is a iudcro at Stolatz. recent I v com
and fifty dollars each, depending uiion he ever gave vou a sight of his truth pellcd tho rayaht to drain the Lake Kusat
the age aud sfii of Uie' elephant taken, land love, vou have it still. Clouds for him. Hc mado a report to the effect
W saw several that liad; been auitefinav fKisev between vou and the sun. the rayabs were at work ou tbe pub
i - . . - ..... i r i i i . i
ue uiguways ana never gavn a cent to tne
laborers. But not he alone all the
Turks do the ame.
18. The Turkish government exhibits
uo fairness ; their employes receive poor
pay, and necessity impels them to all
kinds of illegal acts and violence.
19. The Tim ke should no longer possess
the power to illegally condemn tbe rayabs.
I he cases are conducted in tho Turkish
language, which the rayahs do not un
derstand, and tbe Turks act and decide
according to their good pleasure.
20. A laige swamp near Varda-Glaviea
and Glaviea Kozarica belonged to the
peasants of these distriets. They drained
it, then cultivated it. Down came tb
T u rks M ui Aga- Mebemetbacic, M ula-ali,
Derwish AgaGrcbo, Agi-BegBesamie,
Alemis-Aga Ciber and Mehemet-Tjsko
vitch, and took it from them. They had
sown the whole of this land, about 1.000
Gentlemen, Europe has accomplished
many re volutions before now. She Las
precipitated kings from their thrones, and
princes and emperors, animated with
coble and Christian sentiment, and yet to
10 Buarics for sale, all grades a clashes.
I have, on hand, ten Rnggie which I will !!
at the lowest cah price, and an low, or lower
than any other establishment in orth Caro
lina, according to grade. All kinda of repairing
done, at Abort notice.
Those wishing any thing in tnv line, would
do well to call and see me, before purchasing
elsewhe re as 1 am determined not to be ontdone
either in price or quality of work in the State.
Call on me at Franklin Academv, 4 railss N.
W of Salwbury, N. C.
0. L. KEEVE8.
Paaaaagu trai a Waving UaJelfa at S.lOra
((rax-is atUrcensboro' with the Northern bound
trala; making the qaiqkest time to all Northern
citiea- Price ol Ticket sunt as via other rontee.
Trhlnn to and frorrt point Hart of Oreensbero
cancot at rcaaboro with Mall Trains to or
from points North or Kotrth.
Two Trai a daily, both way
Lynchburg Accommodation leav Richmond
daily at 9U0A. arrtra at Borkeville 1956
r m. leave Borkeville 1 20 r u , arrive at Rich
mond 4 34 r it
No Change of Cars Between Charlotte
ana menmona, no mues.
Papers that have arrangement to advertise the
aohe-lnle of tin company will nleai
above and forward coplea to Oan'l. Pi
For fartherlnformatlon addreaa
JOHN R. alACUURDO,
(Jen'l Patenter Avrnt.
T II R TAI.COTT,
Knglneer .V finnM 8nperintendent
HEW DVTRTr8tWEHT8. J
0MHIBTJ8 j& BAGGAGE
I have fitted up an Omnihua and Hapgage
Waoon which are alwaja ready to ennrey tr-
aoos la or from the depot, to and from pattie, i
weudinea. Ac Leave order at M.-wition Ho
or at m v Livery A hona rjuoie, rwner
near Railroad bridge.
Jl. A. iililM.l.k.
- !4rcacrierous work -of deceiving the'
pale and leading him into captivity,
but there are some who seem to de-
nterS. - aec.v'ng a victim. Itiey
u s9Biirac8 display surprising skill anil
perseverance, as well as courage, in
accomplish inrr thair work. The fe-
jmarcepnant rill follow the track of
Yhe male, and when near one will com-
inence grazing with the same lndifter
.Cjrnot other wild animals. When
rottMSMoes cajoling him, and when he
lc4lu interested inhjs new com-.
'paiiiou tie crafty hunter cautiously
.a T Crtrns no and fastens a rope around
the leg e the iviW one, and then to it
vMe. As soon as the deluded male is
secured, the female leaves him to his
fate. As soon as the wild one is con
tient." Httle child! be patient! and
wait til! all stormnd darkness shall
haye passed away for ever.
Consciousness. of unbelief is a sign
of actual faith. Infidels are 'never
troubled with unbelief. Dead men
never feel cold. Frozen feet never
ache. And a soul given up to ungod
liness, and bound hand ' and foot in
sin, has no trouble with" uhberief. ; It
4s only when faith shoots its first il lu-
i initiated ray into the darkened heart
that the baneful presence of unbelief
is mane manliest, xi is qniy wnen tne
troubled soul can say, "I do believe,"
that it starts back at the abyss of
(toubFwUieir that first gleam of faith
discloses, and exclaims; "Help thou
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