VOL 1 THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY. IT. C, FEBRUARY 13. 1879.
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BT JAMKi U. KANP4I,t.
T1ie Htirew girl, with Uinimg hrovr ,
V Tlie 'aniier-Jniiri ot li;une,
Sink at the iuk Savir knee
' Aou ureal no im iiuim-. , 4
v.m rli full fountain of lier eye
ij Tbe iuva-iiIolH'8 are roll'd -
They Jet ; sue spurns mem mi v
I Willi her riuglet:sc;irf uf goltU
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?T1 Meek One feel the tlixjuence-
. (jngoniziiiinnijert '
Tlu barinntf !tr tw supimaui uce, , ;
; Th ton ireur wi ir j .
And wfttM to crown lier brimniing woe,
Tbo'oiutinei'it box i rfrew i
T"Rieraauhter, rise; Much liat thou
: 4 , ' loved, f ' " ; .
M TU Rfl thv in fonnveu T 1 1
nr gIhI ! ThtUiniyers of good ami pure,
i , TLeaiiticle if light, r , r
riH-ube Tly tn rone wnn gorgeiu hji-b
t'f-A iilceiiselu Thy sight: ,
3i ay the drive! ed vae of Magdalen
i ISootie many au outcast' iuart,
Techig what fragrant plea may Hpruig l
Fnni out a broken heart: . j
THE HEAVY CKOSJS.
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! Roll?rt Hope and Samuel Hullins
ad lived neighbors tor more than
twelve years; aim it is prouuuie mey
(would j always have been on -good
ierms, had not Samuel, who hadserv-
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iett under All uvirai'eisonv gaiueti at
iTrafalgar a small- pension, which hcrj
faci paad for by the loss of one of his
fegs. This leg Jess, and this pension
liiorc, were for Robert a continual
'Jaqurcc' W-jealoiisy; ' he accused fae 'for
having let t him wis two teet,and com-
;plaine4 bitterly that he had been able
he said, to'sel.Uhis legs at tliasamc
jipioa ith Hullins. Every time he
Jwent t pay his rent, he repeated
grnmbjngly that hiji . ueigJibur was
-jvqry.fjlrtunate; that he was in a con-
dition to meet his bills, since the king
jgajve him' a .od .'pension, while he,
poor felhiw, had hard work tu make
both ends oi the vear nieet, without
lttklngUnt(,a'H!04Jjt his "creditor.
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jKopert . at urst conieiueu uiihcii
with making these .renal ions in ward -
1 Jibuti by degree his lissatihtetiou
was expressed aloud, and' became life
1abitual!and favorite theme oT con-
(in oA tj j -lOnclweek
tlwt his rent I hud fallen
behimthand. and he was , sadly ad-
vancing toward 4he house of Mr. Tay-
order to make his excuses or
hu met neighbor Ilullinf,
AAJ A . . ...XW mim
iwlio Was as regular as a clock'in -pay 7
in? his rent, and had iust been for
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tht purpose. -
1 4 Thel very sight of Samuel produced
on Robert the effect-tf a fit of sick
5ess;"sP, wlien rhe bowed in reply Jo
the salute of Hullins, his glance sin
gularly resembled that of a bull shak
ing his horns at a dog. J
ijArrved at the house of the propri
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fetori'Hope did not fall to be repri-
mandild. The example ofliis neigh-
fealiy ind to the last pemivJ '
I ;4yefi, yes ufurinured Robert; 'some
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peoplffare born with silver spoons 111
;t!eir Inouths; Hullins is veryj fbr-
itunatq, 'and I am not surprised that
11i iays punctually with' such a pen-
ins iwi pnsiui , ii, . . uc,
replied Mr..Tayl r; 'but his infirmity
il ' heavy cross, and if you were
: afflicted with it, 1 should pity you
iDiuchfmore i - ' '? -
!; 'Not so said Iopc." 'If I had been
-so fortunate as tq lose a leg like him,
-twe n ty y ea rs tigo, i t would Jiave been
d-iv for me I would
(lay ior inc. i wuuiu
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ll a l my limbat Ihc same pr.ee.
in ii i l-i. i o
you can nispaK legaueayy cru&?
I thiiik Ids1 pension slum
id render it
: i:Mi.f i Ttk i.0o;..ut rttt I L-Wnw
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f0f U k !, h!il to labor inces-
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I MfeaylM was. a i5n of juyou,
krahUUime noUced the enviou.
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T W lUid he to Hone, 'that vou
; are disposed to do nothing. Well M
Iwmmiit frDm,ths obligation
fto labor of Svhich you obmplain so
rly.C If you think: mo prpss pf
i vourii'cighbor, Samuel, so easy to bear,
I will you accept a lighter qnp,
iXvmuLrS vn vn,-rent?'
PUqi4i& upon what kind of a
S fross it U said Robert, anxiously, for
the feared that the, proposit an would
U lTii snid MrJ Tnvlorl tnkin-
f 11UL LHI ilUUCIILilUir.
jppqjj'Qfr chalk aud tracing a,1
jipfpositiou oi lyoocrt, ana resoivea ...-j--r : . .. . .
I tconvincD him that the lightest cross blacksmith,! so he hastened to leave take it off this minute, I tell you I
ltr i lmMvr to a dieAnieted the spot, not without mine abusive As she thus spoke, Mrs. Hope At-
1 i. ... i. f i. .... i i i I o.wl frm the lokes ot the bntclier and I me so ridiciilous. . lane oi uiat lacivei. i
-, t U4 1 V LVvvOlV, w. Vx I
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IcrosgoaUobert'tfiackct, 'burins the Hy
timd-tliat you wear tins, I-shall nptf a
Hope thought, at first, that his land
lord was jesting;: but being assured
tliat he spoke seriously, he exclaimed :
V ly St. George! yoU may ay that
you have seen my last money, tor jl
am willing to wear this cross all my'
Robert immediutelyj went out, con
gratulating himself on. his jfortune,
and latuh ng all along the road at the
folly of Mr. Taylor, Who had let Jura
ojT so cheaply from paying his rent;
: He had never been jbo joyousi as at
the moment of returning home; as he
found noThiiig to complain of, and his
dog ca ne to it down at his feet with-,
out his punishing him! 'for his famil-
As l.o sird himself on his arrival;
his wife did not, at first,, notice the
white cross which lie llad on hjsshoul
der; but having passjed"- behind her
husband to winU uni the chxjk. she
suddenly exclaimed, ih a shrill voice :
'Vliy, Robert, where have you been ?
You have on your back a cross a-foot
long. -You have been to the tavern
and ome drunkard am jmgyour. friends
ha played you a trickj to make you
ridiculous. Get up and let me brush
I' f till! i I
Away !' exclaimed ! Hope, hastily; j
mv c-lotlicj do not heed vour brush-
inf. G knit vour sticking, and let
me alone.' !
'That shall' not bcF!' lexclaimed Mrs.
H.ioe inn voice more shrilL I will
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ca to brusii ivooen ssuouiuei, auu tm; i
latter who'kiiew tltat cswtance woul
be uselesii, walked 3', shutting tlie
door after-him violently.
iwi. .. .. .. .... i' m..it.mul l.o a ho
wont away. ; If she had been more
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good firtuncj but s
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to know it J
4Oh OSi lUibcrt.' exclaimed old
Fox, at the moment when Hope turn
ed the corner of the house, 'vvliat is
that white cross on yuiir back?'
Takc cure of your owu clothes
insolently replied Hope, going his
own; way. , , a
'Mr. Hope said little Patty Ste-
vens. .the jrrocer's dalighter. stop one
moment, if you pleascj that I may rub
out that great white cross you have
.. v,ir KhmilderX ! ...
, Go and sell your; herrings, lazy
girl replied Robert, and do not con-
cerh yourself about the passers-by.1
The little girl. silenced, hastened
re-enter her jmomcrs snop.
At this liioment Hope arrived
thev house of the butcher, who was
conversing on the threshold with his
neighbor, the blacksniith.
You are lust the man 1 wanted,
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said the latter,' stopping Robert; and
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t. t4 oiinlr trt Ivim on hiisi -
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IIG tl. CI CS IW cw-ww
1 ness: 0111 uaruiv iiau nes-imiucuwu,
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.. when o u reirzv iuitiou airicu, in
her plaid gown and blue apron.
-Mercy! Mr. Hope exclaimed she,
takijig up her apron, fwhat is that on
your back?' -I !
:lluberttu rived to tell her to let him
alonvvbut the blacksmith then per-
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iceiveu me marK maue uy r. lajrwr,
i a ft-i ma tinu ? - en ra lira i ;i iin iiiiirr. i if
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i mi or lit serve iora. fiiirii w no nunc
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not have my husband become the As he reflected thus, Kobert arrived shutters, ana anguiariy siriKing uie playing betore it, and flanked by i..uu to tne jmoierance that .preyaued", ) inu
h'iirhin- stock of the whole village, at tho tavern. He was passing ly pavementWhy? the back doors angels, whose cxtremest wings fan Saitb the elder presently, "Give up M England, even so lateas durragthe last L jjn
anclif ftearlyour jacket to pieces, you when he perceived -Mr. ylor him- are open, .JW; and now debauch- two horizons, andl lowed by 4 t,i j fhonothe repeal of the Sand 11
shall not war that ridiculous cross self at a few paces distance, and on the ers are passing and repasingtealth.ly 0f seraphims whose rear legions ae do the me honor of passing the nigh at Act u ttie Great Reval
As she spoke thus, the wife attempt- other side his neighbor .Hullins, drag- along the alleys. still tramping over the threshold if my bouse.. 1 he otter was accepted the eighteenth century. jThe'' Toleratiba1 '--X
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l suppose, sai
u uie uuiuci, mat
4 li- 4lm
wile has markejl him thus for
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tear oi losing in in. ,
Hope that thee was for
but onemelho of Wcapin at t.,e
-me in,e from the .W, Peggy
tear ot losing mm.
J language to his neighbors; but the
cross had beguu to weign more neavr
ily upon hii shoulders than he luid'at
This unfortunate jllobart aoomed
destined-this aay tof pwusi. swi
counters, for heliad gone Axxt a ftw
steps when he found himself opposite
theKchoql housoSchool wasjqst 9Ut,
an (lip chblars werd at His moment
issuing froin th? door readjr for any
was terrioiy unKy,uu iiiiiigiuuu ,,w
a alreadyjieard cries behind him.
Feats were noon rcamcy mc mu w
passed the school house door when .
long shout was heard, andbttyvwoiud6oon repent oi your uargain.
cno!ars at least Degan to pursue iiui
and point atliimi throwing -Hip their1
cape in the air. : !
' 'Jok, look exclai med oiie, 'there
is a sheep marked for the butcher.' i
'Don t you see replied -another, 'it
is a crusader just setting out for Pales
tine. - - '
And the shouting and laughing re
commenced more loudly. ;
Hope became pale with anger; he
turned, like a cross dog pursued by
children, and, perhaps, would hayo
cruelly revenged himself m his
young persecutors, had not Mr. John
sorijthe schoolmaster, suddenly ap
peared at the door of his house.
Robert advanced toward Uim, com
plaining of his pupils being insolent.
Mr. Johnson replied that he would
not for the world encourage imperti
nencc in them, but that the white
cross which ne nau on ms uuqk niigni.
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make wiser people man. uoys laugn.
"What is this cross to you?" re.
plied Robert crossly.; 'Is not my
back my pwu property ?V ;
The schoolmaster smilingly as-
sented, and Hope went on his way.
But the cross was growing, heavier
He began to think that it would
not be so easy to pay his rent in this
manner. So much raillery had al-
ready been heaped upon him, what
would it be if the cause were known ?'
His landlord might as well have
written on his back a receipt in iull.
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I.io nr.ilnn Ioit ami nnnfvrvinar
gmjj "'- wvn
with Harrv Stokes, the carpenter,
Harry Stokes was the wit of the vil-
lage, and Hope would not have en-
.iinntnred him before Hu lins lor the
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world, lie therefore took retuge in
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Hut thn n hire was not lon.c tenable,
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Lite ririnkrers rim not inn to nerceive i
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the cross, ami to ral ly Hope who grew
angry; the quarrel become violent, and
the innkcener. fearincr some serious
result, turned Kobert out oi uoors.
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The latter.had left home with the
intention of examining some work
which had 'been -ottered to him iu a
neiffhborinr villase. but his mind had
been so dUturled by old Fox, Patty
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Stevens, the blacksmith, the butcher,
Peggy Tort6n, and the school boys,
that he resolved to returu home, think-
ing that would le, after all, the most
pegcable place. (
I nave you ever seen, iu mu iiiouiu
of September, a young partridge, the
last of the brood, fluttering along
through the fields with a won nded
Such was Robert on his way
home at the other end of the village.
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i.UV ll Mdincu amij "-" ---
beovenaiceu. now giowiy itsa ucsuumu
meet some one; now in the road, now
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1 in me neius, Kiiuiiii- oeiiuuj mc uuatico,
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I olimhincr the walls, and shunninsr
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f j;1M i;i.p ;mv who has stolen a
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chicken from a farmer's poultry yard,
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xr t n wih
an unsupportable weight.
At last he reached his dwelling, and
this time hoped to ffiid a little rest,
But as soon as his wife perceived him
I oltn liMII 1T nut
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i f .,m., i0 nome liack
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I aenfiei ! tJillClC i JiCl TUU UUl iiiut
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exa-rate-l . ' - j
--You .hall not remain ,o Hope; I
will uot have ouobeongM
Ik Ar mn. lArf
f attempts to seize her nusbanu s arm;
but-mo latter ruueiy r.pu.su
Mra.lHope, wbo yrzs not remarkable
for patience, repl.ed by a blow, and
the result was a scuffle between the
- ,w w e-;.
bors, wlo ran to separate mem.
Everybody blamed aiobert -who,
wKon he became palm, understanding
that tlierewas nq hope of lest orpeace
.for him otherwise, c$iced the cross pf
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his rent Ifo the house ot lU4 landlord.
Ah J ah ! Robert sai r. Taylor,
on perceiving luni. .I .thought you
xui, is gvu wwn wi cuvjuiw anu
'impatient dispositions, who are inces
santly complaining of God and of life.
lieraemuer tms, nope; ne, wno nas
created us has proportioned our rbur
to bur strength,!! Do not com-
it . -!
plaiij of jbeing less fortunate than oth-
or you. Know not uie sunenngs
neighbor. All crosses are
le way to render, them light
bear them with patience, courage
trood will. v t -
THE LAW AND? THE GOSPEL.
extracts from a 'seumon by rev.
, W. E." ilUXSKY, D. D. .
faith Tj (iod
Koiuaaa in, 8i. , . ' f
rherejis to be a period of general
jndgjuent. Suppose this the itime of
it niknnii iiAAinaiif - Ir lu -lhhth DUon- I
m uuiiuycuimu j
?c bcumw ia-ic -uiwi; i
the church spme : are standing near
the door). Uur little ones are athome.
The feas is j burning brightly m our
parlors, and shortly the servants ex-
pectjn obedience to the bell to ojen
the doors and let us in. Our houses
of business are closed, but few per-
sous tire on J the streets, and soon the
watcliman xptcts to on his night-
ly rotind. The front doors and win-
dowsjof pur liquor saloons are closed i
fori it is the Sabbath but a closer
inswept ipn will reveal the light gleam-
ing obliquely tunuigii me' winnow
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I lit KIP.IC 11111 II ntirtlSS Hie SirCGL is I
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turning him-?elt in the bed ironi un-
easy slumber; some of our citizens
are atj home readjng the ues ; some
are iu uaeic rooms poring -.over tne
letlgers J some are asiecp ; uie moui-
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er in Israel, unable! to be here to-
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ni? iti Jias nisi urouueu upon ner
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, a o.i ..... L...i
Kiiecsi uy itiu uuiianie m ni.uirv .yuu
tor ai oiner oaooaur, ami wy a pray-
er and drop a tear lor her wicKea
bov-lwhilealone the shadow of the
waiisjiiueruucs are creeping 10 uie
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brothel. Uur wharves are lonely to-
nighty and the river breeze signs gen-
tly arPund the tapering masts oi me
anchored schooners, and our boats
I. . 1 nil
cabled at their landing rise ana laii
with jthe wave which glitters iu the
cold starlight and murmurs around
their lluillsJ The tombstones of our
and tho! old Potomac! juived with sil-
on grandly and
I proudly to the sea.
But, hark I what sound is that
cn nnn-irfhlv snnern.itnral.and stra litre
uv am . -j , 1 , -
1 Iclr. .... mf cn cnnnrnns fle:ir.
1 suii- a? oy ,
and piercing wiiien makes na-
I .wl ntnl'Ai! ttm K1ul nrpoil mill
, si, ..n..o . .
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I iu oiir veins, and sends a peculiar
j . .
shiver alotiir our nervw, and stom
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the breath tor a niomentr : n nai makes
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I fliAsnrtll OrilWl 111(1! GtltlKc bO-dllU
are the graveyards shaking, the
htains overturning, the graves
uig and why are the aged per-
arpurid tis suddenly growing
iful ? Trembling audi horror-
!ei let us go to the door and see
B ,t al. Ii we are spar! tl.etrouble,
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kv..' u a..,!.w1;,mv mnf
i j j i 1 i i l
i CllurCil liviui uie wmmoh
and falling apart me naKou sKy is
I UrJOVe US. ! UW HWft uin. v,w
etherealj blue, or rather pictured in
high relief upoa , a back ground of
deepest lazure, before j whose glory the
blushing and affrighted moon is run
ning from i its orbit,! and tumbling
down ihe' west to some Hesperian
cave' to hide itself-r-coming and sound
ing the trump oi auugmeui..
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Heariyou.the sepulchral, uproar
ious and horrible bowlings of some
hideousithroated monsttr beneath
youi fet? It is the ghastly King of
the Dead, man's destroyer, being throt
tledjauti chained by the Angel of the
resurrection in his last forfeited den,
p:ved with human bones, ju panned
Wlus numan gore, ......
neighboring cemeteries, me steeples But wonder of wonders ! where is the machinery, and often enforcing a shut- W maepenaence io uie so.L u.e o,
and pi)ls our churches, the dome of carthj who6e dear g0(1 we i,avj tro down of the ent;re estabtablishraent ,l c Cltuen - . V;.
the distant capitol, look cold and gray fVom infancy, aud from whose mater- for half a dav or more at a time . JT
ill i:J,l Af il.a V..t.onihnr mnnn .. i ... i , " !' SOCT.ILISM IX ECUOrE. Socialism in 0fl6
in the light of the November moon, , b we have cxtricated our manufacturers will not be pleased to. k...i-.M..ui;:-JiV.K.
human corruption! . Hear . you that
deep i; and j, hoi low crashing, which
seems to sh
isebfDeath's falling tern-
It is the noise
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B,u.., ?wn-iau oi n w empire :ir
But "Or I66kvaround Wul'everv strt
The very1 d nst beneath rns is stirring
ey, every bill, every yalley, m,a' lmve some idea of the case, Pa- "S traveller sayaf ut f
. every plain is crowd- ul"Vu,uKUOW tneneaitny puise or r- . wvimw.um oa
nr1 each child, as now and then a nerson teet and lfc will immediately savk t
.lie very u ust oeneain nsissiimng j eiuwvi oi a i ' -
nth life. The very plants and trees paisc, and the very casejn Ivanday fdl ?z T
redisMilvin and their 'paftictes are be ?f thaf peculiarity. .,' "
appropriated by human bodies jwliich
take ., their places. , The last rose of
summer melts awav in the lover's
hand, and the dissol
lissol ved dust is claim-1
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nd hu ihA p;aIno.hkA r;cln,; ndltm erown person's nalse beats gevtntv
v. . t.in V - v t .1
juvenateu age--au tne aeau are ns-
a. m . m. a a. m. - m . i
ing. Be still, mother, your child is
not left, behind. Be still; old man.
yur wilVis-coraing. Be still sorrow-
Ktrlplcpii - nrnhnnjitrr. ' VHiir " tipnta
have. broken their cerements ami 'arc 1
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nut see. tne vast crowu is tnrowtv
into minty commotion, ouuueniv. I
millions are gazing upwards, fwhile
millions more are trying -to clamber
back into their graves, and pull the
A.-,. aa.a ..An!
cold marble over them again. But
why such commotion? Lool up!
The sky is parted like a sundered
scroll, the edges of both firmainental
hemispheres folding over widening
the rent, and an awful throne polling
upon fiery wheels down a pavement
Qf sunbeams welded and hamniereoT as
Uol id as tho strets of heaven, is coming
coming quicker than electric! flash
ten thousand lightnings careering and
It r A
lm.itrr.it .Mara torrifiorl dirtin mil
, v.. .B
Gf the descending throne, and inying
away intothe iurky void; while the
aun on the other side of the world is
dazzled bv the distant er orv and veils
,,s lace in sack cloth. look up ! lor I
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everv eve sha see h msee Jesus
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sPe he Son ot man comin? in tne i
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cmouqs oi neaven. wnn wower auu
great glory. :
amazDCr t the vast throng is
. 1lio n(TPO9t;nn
ing lessthe elect are leaving us be-
h5mL Where are they going t They
are gi ing to meet Him. Hush ! what
shout is that? All space echoes it.
All f thflV have metGod's (entire
family angels descending, and Chris-
tians ascending; and their thunder
greetings, and earth's welcome; of its
coming King, shake the universe,
hjves 9 The solid world has I rolled
from beneath our feet, and left us
standing in space; aud Yonder, it
aloni? its orbit, every violcano
I 111 Kl.ivinrp
I UeilOWIIILT, CVCM w '"v" "fo
I t. .
1 every rock melting, lorir wnn ures
and wrapped with flames having
I 1 a 1 )ru.
i emtieu its ueaa iiuo uie iaisoimc
, 1 D 1 ft v roanine with the
i.hiv. - e
u:UfU. f new enneh. lit has
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Q an(j jeft ns jn tjie presence Of
the dread Judge of the quick ahd
the dead, probably as it runs its cir
cuit to pasi insight a thousand times
before the Judgment closes. - -
Calvary's reign is over, and Sinai
is rccuthroned. The Gospel ha hung
his trunipot upon the horns of heaven's
altar, giving baok the seal of pardon
to Christ, the purchaser and owner,
but now the unpardoning; and with
out a savior, mediator, atonement, .we
must be judged by the great '; moral
law of the uiriyerse us aud all the,
angels: too; a Iww requiring erfect
Holines-sJustice. Goodness and Truth
and if we have failed in the perfec
tion required, though the failure be
so small as only to be di-eernitle by
the eye of the infinite Judge, and the
book of mediation reveals not an
actual atonement and actual pardon
for the future in question, we and
them are finanlly and eternally ruin
ed. The pardon in question n?ay be
obtained now by faith, but tho law
is not made void thereby, but is the
rule of life, and the rule of theJJudg
raent. If a word spoken in time is worth
one piece of money, silence iu its time
is worth two. Talmud
ALL ABOUT THE PULSE.) ji
EvJnte.. person sll"'J '
know how to asecrtam thestate of ho
nnlca in hAdltli. ? Un K r I -4.
with: what ifc. was' when -he is' a Hnffho s
is 001,11 with a remarkably slowor fast 1
Pu,se 13 W of seven ; yr,Uere funT fortr per.
aDofc e,Sutyj antl twenty to sixty
abot e'Slty; and from twenty to sixty y
l1 18 vcuiy urais a minute, oe-
cnnmgto sixty at fourscore. A health-
. ' l; ... . - . !
-.a: :a . . m t
iiii t viii rival Tin rm vma w rn invi
-r""- ffv', -
bfa" down to s'ty; but if the pulse:
ays exceeas u mere is a decrease.
J ne machine is working itself opt;
tnere is lever and inflammation some-
w,iere, and the body is feeding on it-
self-aa is consumption, when the1!11 ;Ca8weUJ Edward Stanly, of fifOTiiia.;;
i . i t , ' .-. . ' l , ! bora in Craven ; Jas. P. Henderson, of
pulse is quick, that is, over sixty, grad-, Texa9. in I itLtn s wm. Ho' !
? 't j: i t ' S'
ua,y ,ucreasmS wnn aecreaseu cnances
of cure, until it reaches 110 or 120,
. : .
4 1 ' 1 1 1 reacneS 1IU r i '
7"cu ww ,uw ucwre.
nueu iuc uuiso is over seveui-v jor i
months and there w a slight cough.
.. . , . & : '
the luugs are afiected. , .
; v hy Uie Stranger Asked IJim llome.
In the first-class carriage by the 5
o'clock train from Euston square sat
two gentlemen, tip to that time, aud
probably since strangers to each otljer,
Thfi elder, livpd n;ir ffrewe. the votin- II
ger, en route for Ireland, intended to
i r- ! I
lo s,etT ai "sier. i ne conversa-
wim grawciui ui.uii. iv lug
iu the morning, 6aid the guest, "An-J
I swer my question frankly. What in-
duced you on such an insufficient ac-
. . . . K., I
nnnintiinee. tf eontersn jreat a. bene- I
fif rr mo Vs7 Ifonherl the hrtal ' A s I
Uuu FIW "1C J4
rronirlv nnswererl Mv wifft nl Wft vs I
telU me thnt T nmthe n,Vttt man in
- v TJ -
Hrent Rritan ; T wishe.1 to show her
, . . r T,
A Disagreeable Discovery'.
The Commercial Bulletin, referring to
Professor Baird's astounding asser-
tion as to the fecunditv of the eel.
.t .-...iWIno. the rless anj in I
decent manner in which eels have
lately been imposing upon manufac-
turing corporations by getting into
their water wheels, clogging up their
hear that a well known nsn cuitunsx
has discovered the number of eggs J
containetl in a single female eel to' be
The plaintiff in one libel sui
it I at J
least, regrests that he brought it. Pr.
C. C. O'Donnell, a member of the
Constitutional Convention of Califiir-
nia. was cWed with murder, arson
- . . , .1 1?
and other crimes, bv the San rrancis-1
co Chronicle. A suit for damages rMtion of Communijmf and the , olice of
was the result. The Chronicle sub-v pari8 fintj it necessary to prohibit an intend
stantiated its charges aud won the suit, e'd manifestation in favor of the imprisoned ":
O'Donnell was arrested before he Communists. The Italian Govermcnt has its
could leave the court room, on the m in endeavoring to suppress Uie
charge of murder. In the trial which
followed, he was convicted- aud sen-
fenced to be hung.
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Ttie just published report of an
Irish benevolent society contains pne
' i l i T.
jiaragraph ricn is causuc uunwr. x
SaV'S J "riOtWUUSUinOlllg IUC large
amount paid for medicine and medi
eal attendance, very few deaths .oc
curred during the year." ;
The devil runs an Immense manu
factory of excuses. They arc ofjall
. . a
sizes and shapes, suited to every pps -
sible occassion, and such is the de-
, . . ... . 'iil
mand for them that it is impossible to
overstock the market. j : a;
v n i
A ew Orleans paper conga tulates
the people oi mat cuy on uie auvii'iuvimwiongeuougii iovmp
:...PtK deee; for. "Now '
. - -
is says, "burglars are captured witfiin
a few hours after the oUencp tran
The prodigal's1 return. rGqld cocs
to par, ; ..
.GilrU that the laws arc very:
unjust. A man can poach an 'eeir
jtad ttere is nothing STe".
U try tev?r U
we L last let him trfK.f':. n i
i . ' ,J..!.r"" " .vvii.
f1 rnian nd call tho next
Resnmptioa has reduced Tallies every-,
liere fullr fortr per cent- Kvrv
)f property has been reduced to coital-
proScrtj baa been.
nation. The price of cotton.. tobawa -
wheat; corn and bacon lias been reduced
. ' .
pgoia oasia. upon tausatn basis the
otate debt should bead mttt- TTnnnthU
1 . w w iwmtm
onld nnM!. .rn.(iJh,: 4 1
gown. It is a safe basis to .work 1-
Hash Lawson White, of Tenn.l lorniii
Iredell ; Jacob Thompson, of Miss.,f bpru
ley, of Conn., born in Richmondy'
R. Benton, of Missouri, born in Or
wj,wvuuu., - wra iucun?ona; 1110s.
. lieuton' ot m?"", orn In Qmnge ;
VThrw 7 w,"..,u..nHj
i I' I..ll. fr . . .- . : - a
j V ' ' J A AM
fv , ' ""'
. , , . ' . , , "iu ii
leuburg, and Andrew Jackson, of Tenn.,
tn tti Ir .J .it.
win u uutuu, uio IUIUQUI lira VV(linUU
tions this "good State to 'emicratb ftota.n
has furnished the rest of the coitBtrr.
..Oar hogs and horses are oot of so'good
a breed. We have to ininort them : but
we ship men. JialiXeict.
I An English Magazine, in speaking Of tho
'A m . - . . . ; ....
I 'invi.A.A VAiA..An IuiIwau. -n1 : : .1 - J
.iuuun.lv iviauuu uvutciH ICIIIIIUUS RUU CI-
Vil liberty, makes the follow!
Act of thoge day9 wag rcay more oppre8a.
16 on pious members of the Church ofEng-
land than on Dissenters; they couldnbttob-
t4,n 83 Disseaters could, a license forhold-
ing religious services in their houses, bc-
- 0 v . "
cause they were members of the Church: of
. . .
England.. William Viibertbrce owea hw
first religious impressions. to tiie.preactung-
nf Whifpfiolfl with all Iua fin HlMir-Htv nf
- , 7
heart he became an ardent mem her of the com-
munion oi xne nurcn oi rngiana.
. . .t .
incredible t us now that he lived constant-
lj in the expectation we will not say fear
f indictments against him for holding
prayer meeting and religious services at hi
in Kensington-gore. Lord Barham,
the father of the amiable and excellent Bap-
tfet Noel, was fined forty pounds, on t woin-
formations of his neighbor, the Earl of Row-
aey, for a breach of the statute in like sen
Ranged to the free and hsppr ordmanccs
we behold around us in our day was owing
to the spirit which was abroad, giving not
raa 1 hnt on!i a at atn rt fhmm si thli WAB
aly freedom to the soul oftbc man, but dig..
nations of Europe just now, the oppressions
of the producers by the arbtocracies being
never so prevalent. In Russiait is the Got,
eminent enacavonng to suppress .ainiiism .
whose proportions are so great as to endanger
theru,c!oftneCMr In Germany the process of
trv.rnr tn wi'pd nut liv nnrartition the So-
ftiaH8t8continueBismarck'siron heel tramp- '
yg upon free speech, free press and even;
private opinion. The monarchists of Spain
Wjnst now following Bismarck's manner If
I ucaunz wnn mc same, ruuuc eeuunicm
- , - ,.
same movement woose Birengui maj uejuug
ed Com the fact that a recent public derown-
stration was attended by many thousands.
English Republicanism continues fo grow,
and it is fostered by the widespread distress
existing thereat presents l he ensnces are
hiB in tho game.ute
much lon r Hstocratir English ministry
I . . - .
i wni gnd employment lor the army nearer
Tho $'true iawarlness,, of the cipher
r iui lu vs auviuu evtiuo ii a as isu li sajii, i iuv
telegra'mes is now pretty well known, r yr
The luiuicais naa possession oi mem,
They were examined privately in Senator
Morton's room. The Philadelphia Time$
says': ' .. , ,
1 uj the telegrams which compromised
the Republican visiting statesihan were
taken out and burned by GeorgaE,! llul
ojJ Mur(oR foaners, and the
rest found their way iuto the! hand of
General Butler, The translations for tho
Tribune were made by lrafesstr Holderi,
-j ,Hkiu tlie- 'lfgranis re-
wr . . ...... ... nnir s ' i n i aiu... . 1
genueiuau is Vf , v""
.i .. . . e.. It. a T'.itfiir niimmilfMI
-. '"'' , " i.
Another Vatican Oouneil U the talk in
Loudou.; H is tube held rxtfyearirjrt 'X
all, and the object is 'tq effect a eolation
of the difficulty between the qiarch an4
the civil Vwcra on the vestment -v