',..'; ' . BY. ' .-....
(fOfflf T??ET BREWER.
Vs Cthag if y"de ofMcEeJ wl(lb' street:
.r, " - - ' y , r
If Subscription :
' Tl, . i 1. .
1 ft t.;a H.i.
An n.- f .
sending s club JT 1 Lc '-ffy person
LIGHT ,: D SHADE,
Oh dear J
CAfiTHAGE, J0RTH- CAMS.
-any-one J" jnf
-ost a beau
c no time to rp.
3'a Joud ronn; rvfc,-turner
tudio door . , ic."unua at her
r for paint!,: 18 fine to"
avagoly). p Come in."
; I3ut phe tried tcH
ler, saying v,
' ai linn ov .1
'?ntstlhe delfcid repast-chos-enfy
a fady ofedud tast,and
the,' lady ' hcraejfitty, nerryi
richly and . trefoil -dressed 'and
handsome enoii'i (tract ihe &U
tention of evervhnA ...reserit, but
too weiltbred io sJmvH 4 knew
it, apparently aOViM in'JU'ng
hostess, and maki4tbe time yi?s
agreeable to 'him farmed a' decide Cildly, iBeotally commcntiBi-r" I never
. 1 . " ... . 1 . . . r i t . t .
I'll n.u..l J , . . I J
i .mws6 to ms accustoiHeu inoue
'e.ns ayounff of eatina-. Vir ttlrtHf, of tfiA
f "5!i&a"',etr table-' in a "dinsy .common room, the
f 81'?" bjecoth; no laptdris.jjiles
" "Walk in, please,
to hear froin Bessie !
1 am ao glad
I horie they
are id I well?'.' v . '
Quite ell when I left home P
, Mrs. Turner read the first page
of the letter, and then ofFered ler
hand ' to her visitor, sayings Mr.
Morrison, 1 am jdeased to ihuKe
your acquaintance. Any otie so
highly recornmended by cousin Bes
sie is Svke!come addition to my
BmallcircteJ ofTrieids''' ,; " ' 1
So Wild a reception put the guest
quite 'at hiscase, and a lively "con
versation'ensued. Ilcwas a young
farmer from4 out west ' who -now
. visited Kew York for the fir&t time,
and Mrs. Meadows had assured him
jiiat her widowed cousin Mrs. Tuiv
per, would take pleasure in show
ing him tue wonders ot tiie great
- !2LMfr-Tumof,,1!0rt,: hadly-k'Tdod
grimtiied rough "en. vv'IIJ-'y'wflfeW
out; and yoavm'ust hot touch U do!
no L Ycu innst. not !" . ' . '
"But it clangcj joa ro,'8llio ! You
us'd t reaeaible nie wheo .you !rcsed
yoar bair eiraply, hLo miue "aod 5Ir.
Jlorriioa is to u!l ia tove with jofa, bet
cause of jour likeness to me ! I toli
joi.tll about it," and tllo widow laugheJ
Eavlv ' -, ' , '
'Ye., 'ycu t jU too' replied Sallie,
ed and ran
as it eating were a
lie looked and listened,' mental-
kne.v Uefore bow Tain ka is !?
W'etl; I tm glad jcu s ivore your
my point lacs eajpn jarfanq tui,Ti j "iTior.'.-v
fcritflit tink hbw ff)Lergaori ana z
. A--ji,,7TT,, W
From the NatioaL1
aelation r Xt! 5 .
j Pcstalozzi's first L'
retorm included ma: .
part of school disci:
though he was nevr . 4
bis ideas to success! '
nevergare it up io y
."r ilfe :-
, i. it jit?re
XJi'r ',,n" ' nscular activity ..,. s.,4J
"tn uervou' igvv tr.J.
wrjtiie muscti'.s jis wull
(fjrVC8of special sensitfVasa-
laqp conveyed ta'.v 6r .' v -uv V
IBW' "U1. .inyforoTOnt ted you (at
this moment a loid np d'.U'.Kiod ut ti e
door) j.ow there is Mr. Morri.sjn, and I
hive co tiiueto exjiuia ! Bat fc'ullitf,
rlj.n'l. fill :,rw fi('!c,H ii t .sit in Ti'V rak-k ill:
.1 .i ..i i u.ut.: . - ' n
(y vowing ttiftt DGftWOUlU iukci uhs i air kavd tlfat io.- ins. and do v.u
charming woman to be :i is yiie,
place ample wealth at her disposal,
and bid her build up a beautiful
house fort hem both, and since he
was an earnest, impetuous young
man,' whosp adageliad ever jbeuo
Cno'tinwtpe the .orient -time,' he
suddenly'pokc "while 'ottepding
MrsTurner to her hpusja alii Id
her aU lnswisbes. , j- K
' The lady tried to che'cfiSrini, she
was gi'itl .surprised andniuch dis
appointeif that the pleasant friend
ship jmjft beginiving should be so ap
ruptlvr.' brought tojasi end by this
Uinexitected avowal She tried at
liiillU'l lj IJC L
cityT and at the same time woultP first to treat the proposal as an ex
harbor'no designs against his peacef client joke, but this was not per-
50, now several excursions were
planned, beginning with a ridethat
.'afternoon throVigjh-Fifthiaveii'ie and
Central Park, to be followej' by
dinner .at Ddlmonico's. .
' As I ana an ignorant country
boy,, you must be, Mistress of ceremonies-',
said Mr. Morrison, .'-give
. all the tffders, and advise tile (One
who has been for so many -yWfs a
resident of this city, should know
! how much enjoyment may be con
densed into a few days, and exactjy
which sights are really worth sce
irrg. So I leave myself entirely to
Wtv wcrr, go noiiGirv2n3
up Fifth avenue, get luncheon, then
return down Broadway, feo you
will sec the ladies and by the time
I 'am- ready for our tide, I will
send for such a carriage as I want.'
The young man obeyed,and came
back at the stipulated time, raving
about the; beautiful ycung ladies,
whom he had seen-.. ..:
' They are so much more elegant
tljan bur awkward, blushing, ill
dressed country" girls !' 'What' line
complexions they liave,-iud beauti
ful figures! Really Mrs. Turner;
oaeiiewitching.eirl looked so "pleas
unify at, me that I wanted to know
mitted. ' - j '
But tliisis too bad of you !' she
cried, ' Can I never have- a' friend ?
I don't wish any one to love me.
I lain wedded to art !' ' " ' '
" You fclall paict qs much asi you like
in ybur our I;ocie."' ,
';Impossible ! You don't know what
youf are .proicisiag ! ' But indeed, I will
never marry a.Liaiii. Beside that, I am
several yea'rsier than you !"
! But you dpii't - leak so ! And what
if you are ! You know how t ) keep
yourself vouna; always you are too Va-
dii.n't and' Lay, to ever grow old ! . No'.
I being a f.riucr, will soon. get rriuk!l
and grey ou," !rcugh, tlru iog lire aes
SjO&J ii... I n-;..y.,.i
t omi.f uu (T; f: ri ncessF
yo u will Lo.a little qucea atnong us
Oh vou- must jcjn;eat ; .you inut Le
tak-3thesofa---l will tell you rft't-nvM'id. '
ihi rau to the door tt admit li r
gu?ht, while S lhewas thinking "How
S'-lQ-h ! That rocker is the only comfort
able chair in the room, and t,hu want; to
kejp it herself! I don't. care ! I Kill
sit ihc.e !
Aiid-iJJiss Gallic unnccuvied so skill
fully that' as soon as she hadeca iutro
duc d' to Mr. Morrisjn, sinttincejtxjk
.hcrocking-el:air, from w iicn Tin
ner, could not- di,dodgc her, tkougi she
trifd all.kinJs of hints au-A pfu texts un
til she perceived that the. vouirSian un-der-tood
her, and -was diseased w.th
Saliie for her noa-couipliaHse.
The studio was "siiud!,- and by the ar
rangement of 'furniture an 1 ease!- the
only plaej for the rocking-chair, was di-
.eetly under the higli.g.s.i-ht, as fcal
,ij .sat there her full 'eyebrows au-1 hig i
no-ie threw deep sluuoss lebw theui
while very little light fell oa her Lc
and person where it shoulJ. 1 1 cr soft
brown eyes were extinguished in what
se-inied dark caverns; her-clearly cut,
thort, upper lip was qui:e hidden audits
expression lost, ia the shadow of her
noe; while Tier c'r.iu appealed mere
pointed arid prominent thau,usu-l; her
check bones looked hit.iur, and light
shadow below rhtm hid. the delieac ;
bioorn of hor cheeks ; all the etiect ot
her white throat and pink bow wrelost,
and Sal ie Eeeuiei a Sriijhtfdl carieaiiirc
of her proper self. '
Mis. Turnef' sighed .regretfully when
all eil'ur.lr. to', get h;r iuto fom'e ether
ninvntt ?un;ivni:inT fche
no! feay no more 1 1 If we are
to-be fri nds, jou must notspak of this
again, or 1 shall refute to ice you. 1
have had one good husband, and my
memories of him give me suffieieut hap
pinefSi" ,But Mr. Morrison expressed so much
disappfnitment, and to eir'nesfc a wish to
h .vu wife juei herself, since he
cculd not huve her very self, that in her
ans.ie.ty to ctcapa this C'-V.bajTuSsiiig po
sitiori, and this' impciuous, iounjj u an,
Mis. Turner suddeulv rcmeiubi-red a
friend cf. lets, a' y- ung 1-id' wh $ was said
actor were forced t
undertook' tuo nel
established an agi
the first in the woi
deavored to .jiut in
Pestulci's idea, vi
may be obtained to
don which yielJsd.y
tent,- atKl is to be.fojv
In iliaaiv tesnectSiislxpenments
11 work anu-
lice a theo-
ij Jed -upon
,eatiy in ad-.
h the voca
.id at pfes
Ubor has precept
step m ixs-
tidlectual . progress and made i't'pos
Irt V- & .11? - VM'i
Itrpf M forth ofe?.'wr'JriicsT:"A
natiuiil ; The ey&pf ttiajKitchraakerfsecs
appreciable- Kb sens4
in sofltr"as other chapmen
miuutc objects that escape thtJ tliJ -,n , .m vvare and dry goods.-nnd
sihlc' The thd4ruts ot liniiii.UUU
had scarcely nvOre than an ephem
eral existence "untlthey were re
duced to writing"' manual dexter
ity : and- the spread of thought to
the remotest cowers of the earth'
was rendered possible only by the
invention of Guttenburg and its ap
plication by millions of -skilled
hands. The past Jias come down to
ments arm us
of ordinary VUserversV' The deak-i
uost s openly.
tic tlimnnh its 03
literature, tfre'iVts of its Ubor
t,A iin.rKfiiiih'benVficcnt'.fi) us,
were so successimi j 7 , - - -ieOUE Wcl.
s the I.-,ert i tecmu.camu -c.n HitiPPble
ttitare, so wiav - "y't-fhn
industrial educating t in tl !" V nk one as more imt-than
matter .of eaingsul f t, , ? 'eV " Lueraturefedryed
engaged in study laff-" was 80 maker, the type iou.vl-
lituVlhat it amouitllfo lcUcal b Tnh.-. the binder. tne
Attempts to makei
the students,; have
been made, but ha
instanee. llle la
vation of vital fore
school . physical la
as to render any con
of intellectual J,
the point of most s
sition so exhausts,"
Llns uuv is now so
ed, that we are- w
Jicting: that, in th
in wool makes his assorfnn its by ! what twy.vu o
, . l i 1 t.. I r it'll. :T-V r.f
the sense or toucn lenncicu .n-t
bylong practice, lealers in dry
iroods detect qualities In thesime
manner. In. the apparently moiiot-
onous click of the teUgrnphic in
i stiumeut , the operator, not only
I iratHers inte'lligeirce, but is ulso ijb.le
li5,. individual charncteristicg
ii n nn.-ratcr at the other end of
The trained naturalist
..urVoi. facta. ai'J discover rda-
. .n1 -annwals whieti
tions. in i'i.m1? v'-;, v j-s
ar nut perdfivedy .prcmaiy m.-.
lo e'acli of these.gcaios. th spec
irmsculur and nervous' a c : i.oa
1 n iv ilinui v school 'hljirs the' same
1 i r i I T'i-v I.idv
fact may oe .. V; v -
lUlt - . r ,,,n IHW , in - i
Io every depar men o
elrequeuj.y - ' ,
Lied in every y J o , . . . aame intimate
the conser- enaeaur . lubor.-
... in association " "T " , ,.m-
I10WS Uai, . -
" frequently i, not inters --
. r...-. ,iiH her expei ie
this stuuy, . 1 1 . hor, - Ti,. voung
i..,J hor to lianme ui .
Kow let us.se
hAd to do vvi.li
k;. J ' i MPii M -vV
rUere waS n Cevt n 'arclli.
tccK who had smt in a rVt t -...i;i,..d,;l.
which was not accx
)ettrmme.l to Usance m v...r r-
i r. .i:.. ..rArt nf hr TC-
Itors, anu ieemi -- o
nius, he attempted to;eic,c.. '-
ther plan, but hi nana .; ru.v. -
delineate tlie giones m.., r
ceived and dictated, h desphe
sought the bank of ) the rmr wrtU
a .nranger.n gray-hpivdmaii WUU
sinister. eye, vho-v.; . (
'.vYuuirg'mar), 1 ovc, your trou
blephd can lielp y j Jut of it.-. I
li'ivo a plan fjr tllid cutliedral whicli
eannot tail to lh'as. Jio archbishop.
I v 11 vou " v,Ty Uioder
.r,,;il,;,1s. lkuov here you live
and show you my '
. . , . . t . r : r. . .
nnnence i lie ta..n
r . !
u 1 na-.re;
l0ws that, in i:v" ".,..mv in the most cum-i tus uo. i,f.umc acquainted w
'led to U.4; 0lS Tl girl r o,
Lr pushed , to .so 1J PTO
" u i m-,. to a stan.i
I ...,inr rnn'
the contrary u-u- . ml
,,t .co or, us .
"v".f.:Jl;.. a bubiect in wi.
S ave hoy takes but lit tie in
h!.:. .if., difference largely de-
theiact that v.ne iu
. nci-nri ill" mu. I
i . ......
r,l 'in: the most
- ,l...'.np i . IIO
icli Tl.e.. !.- S-""S- . , ,, M.
. . ...
" .iWe Rio.. iU.o- 'MS S wI
rice. 01 tom-i y- - r .
cenaen to l iKe luatposmoq ters:, ai,a
by t' e effect of contras1, heighten Saline
rood looks; but h.r (renerous intentions'
were Unvaried by her friend's cb.tinay,
an;l nsw she Could only es.;rt her.-elf to
entertjin her guest; Saliie also, tried to
he gry and f iseiuating, tor she was quite
impress d by Mr. Morrison, who had ta
ken the trouble to r.ri;t-ire himself in a"
. 1 M
i.tvw:n- effoi-ts thou girt, n
r-r - n t w
i r-ta u"
some enough and galiant enou-h to win
a.icy tt any girl. But the voung
uiin did not respond lijartijy to Sillie'?
at cmpts u C'Mjvcrsauon.; ue v,a3 evi
ly in the ev.ning.-
Uie sifcuciii.;: irici-
idea of a self-supporting education
through manual labor, thefe seems
to have been also a practical1 sur
render of the idea that manihil bbor
should constitute a part of school
discipline. A little exumintition will
n I - II i t
lasnuniu w evening s.ur, antt wlw nosllov ,bt two ideas are liot
in me tun Diiizo. 01 gasimut ajouet nana
i' .i 1 1 i i .
i ! i i i i , io 'Tiiiu v rcsemoie tier in nnr eir.inee an.i
WUere.Slie liveo, and asK. tier to,-.. :"'..., ....... , it.'r . i winder tLatanv rcrsou oulJevertiao
iiiuui.ei. una ieoiicu inui. 101 o u '. in : J
marry mv :.
4 Mercy on us ! What a dread--f
1 1 1 f u t e y o u h a v e p r o b a b I y e sc a p e d !
ihe sujrie.'.t res.moianee teiwccn lierstlj
i a.u-1. Miss Saliie. ' r.
ISut our carriage
us go.' v
her life .-he would lay " matebniibcr.'
So she gave the you:ir't irmer an inter
estiirg' description ot her JfrieuJ S tliie I " Saoh a homely, stupid, ill-bred girl I
lotiuJ that he did uot ebjeet to a jioition-i Why evi-n commoa goo '-r.a'.ure -would
es' bride, Mi.l iri'it.'d him to call the have taught her to g ye up yo'ir chair
nest evening arl be b trod no. d to HA-1 when y.'.a wanted it ! Do you think 1
lie. . - l-wou i
" If the young lady is1 really 'enough j a wife ! Let n,e Leg tint you will not
ike you to be.. leu taLeu fervour sister, do yourself such injustice as io. suppose
I tha 1 I.e. -hd to win uij for my wile, j tha'. tdi - in any" way re.-emUes yo i ! i
sincp T :n.'ri I'nt v.r.1,'. t.ni-Jjo mil. t 'in.' a ' .'viliir! rlid not seem hhe l.n-si ll last
" tna'riy-o'f them more intimately, for ; rare giri forl ,,. Vn- in'i..dif) saw any i night. L t me arrange another me . ting,
lieiLWeil-eai iUHl reputation, as a . one like yourself: Yuu seem jirtuVal i you must s. c her by daylight, when you
. The ride was very pleasant ; Mrs
Turner, pointed out every object" of
interest, and all' the famous people
whom they met; she knew the ce
lebrities of the city by sight, arid
painter of miniatnre purtraUsj drew j am perfect.
identical, and indeed hai'e little re
lation to each other. We teach a
pupil ai ithiiietio Without expecting
him to earn his living, 'while learn-
u i went away car- E ing, by calculating interest for ' a
Tin? next niorutag he ! batik : we teach him literat-u-re,
called on Mrs. Turner to express nis without considering the market val
ue of the crude essays and poetry
he writes during the process. So
manual skill may be obtained in
school," when the .rtrde products
have no actual money value.
' Fitebef, a disciple of Pe-stalozzi,
1 take a. fc'fish woman like that fjr-i incorporated the idea of manual
training in his system of juvenile
instruction. In the .kindergarten,
provision is made for intellectual
culture, beginning with observation,
and bringing the higher. powcrsln-
K.) tue u a'll .ul U.er in ! u ill rea ly ne muen pieasea wrtn n;r. 1,1 n.v. umc. u. mm "iuiu
to her studio; almost every one; the forest : I f.-el as it i on bad been Aui Mrs. 'turner explained to him the j growth ; lor mora, culture by prac-
vvot th --knowinfr The ihiv was g owing-s ciarni'iig atia.v vour-iclt, aud-tencci ot tnc l'gat, out lie -would not co.i-: licing tne amenities necessary tor
iiau see-i VOU i:j now. wuen iii io n.oei iuu j.-unx uui ujam. ' ue rue order ami
ii ii iireiir-' . . -
Watt, jby-diis force of thought
and skrtl Kn manipulation, gave us
the mightyvpower ofsream, and
Stevenson and lulton applied. the-
power to the transportation of hu
man beings and the products of hu
man industry over the land and the
seas, making a neighborhood'of the
uations. Upon the wires which
Morse proposed and Cornell erect
ed, are flashed the messages of hu
man triumph or disaster, exciting
u n i v e rs a 1 s v: m pa th i'es a n d preparing
the way for universal brotherhood.
In the present, the manual labor
that whitens the prairie" with the
harvest, 'that makes and controls
the vast machinery of our work
shops, and that lays the whole
world under contribution lor human
comlorts engrcsses nine-tenths ot
hum. in endeavor, and furnishes the
conditions at once of existence, of
thought, and -of progress.
Not only do our Echopl courses
ignore theindustries, but the charge
is made that they directly discrim
jnate agat.ist labor by determimn
thWooTbTs "in uTil t'ofHti
in llie-class: wlnie thUiToirots in tiii3
departnent aro carried off by--sc me
one who ha had tlu advantag'e-of
hand-training at home. .
Ithaca, S: Y
The Xiikieles ArcliUect.
A 01-' Tilt; liiltNK. '
j:v rr..,xt-i3 a. li: ;:vr
The man who cari stand without
or within I hp Cathedral of Cologne
without feeling his soul elevated
far above t lie earthly pfane by the
contemplation of' that - wondrous
winged handiwork, may rest as
sured that he does not possess one
particle of architectural taste. The
stone barn'of a Pennsylvania Dot ch-
r hat's somel bin"
man is jusl as guu iu nun as oi i e i jiJy
Of;: l! ; 1 i xTL. li U w i . u f
to Jus own destruction. bv- askmg y
for something to drink," whicbvi'asi
very impolite, even-if Shakirpearij
tucs say, 'The Prince of Darknrss
is a gentleman." The -architect
poured his gutst out n g.Pass of r"
llhine wine. "Pshaw!" said tho ,
Evil One, sputtering; 'That's weak
er than water. Have you gut no
Now the architect, who dabbierj '
a; little in cht mistry. bethouglTt lijth
of u fl.i-sk tf vitiiol which, sfo'odi.
upon a slielf, ati-I handed it to" his! .
visitor, who swuilowed the. &tu'l at
'Aid" Raid he, '-that's cood
like. "What's '
and he took ur n- loaded
Dame de Paris or the Cathedral of blunJerbuss that. stood in the cor-
-Milan. Uy un.t ol intense applica
tion and the devotion of lung years
such a man may succeed. in ,build
ing a cow-shed or a pig-sty.. He
will never achieve anything greater.
A certain iis-.iiiing buoiuev is a.
"That's mv.bacry pipe.
vou like a smok' T" ' -i
"J'uss rate. Just show mediow
she works!" ' " .
"Put this end in your rnyuth,"
e poinicci.-c;,i . ,,..1, t;i.,,r ii,..
. OLl U IIIV tl I VII I 1 v''l 1 1 1 1 I i , IHV 111 11, -
lrarmin!r: on of the loveliest of i 110 0I L l M tr
'"What uu ex.i lisitj
early October ; and the, unusual
treat of u holiday, and a ride with
a valued friend of her best friends,
combined with the consciousness
that her new -bonnet was very be
coming, to put the little. lady ia the
happiest mood, so thatjshe became
more' entertaining every minute.-
Mr.Morrison, had' been delighted
with his first view of her that morn
ing. is! slio sat painting when he en-'
tered her pretty Hudio. The room
itself, with its harmonious colors
and subdued yet clear light to
, hinij -coming as he did from the
- plain, tasteless honie, of a large far
western farm-i-had seemed iii the
lftghest degree picturesque and
beautiful,,, and as far as possible re
moved from common life j while
the lady.looked a fitting fairy queen
. to presidebver thisenchanted home,
and iio vv she- became more. .gay,
more sparkling constantly, until he
-4elt himsellso hopelessly bewitched
that he gladly yielded to the sway
of her facinations.
The dinner a Delmonicy's intox
acated him, though 'not with wine,
lor Mrs. Turner, permitted only a
small bottle of'Sauterjn'ej but 'the
beautiful room wdthf its brilliant
lights, elegant guests,1 aud trained
1 did not waut a selSsIi, obstinate, intruct- j tj01is 0f tjlc 8ch0oi--ooin ;for tVS
taongtit t lie utile widw, " Love t-.r m
would awakiu poetry a'ld chivalry iu thq
breast of this manly. 3 oung rustic ! I an.
almost tempted l u: r.o l' no S lie only
a Iniie rinc. ..ove is-unalie to express
iifsh' iu ednpliments l! I must not- yiel-d
to a momentary, weakness." -
1: 1. 1-" ..1.!,, ;ri r . .;r.. . ,n ,: r. 1,. .. .,.,1.1
u Mil .iiLiic.il . - ii.ii- , in. .-n.n. , i,u iiuuia
characteristic, of all th
: Uotinc -ccgrt.'stasticai arcmicctui-e, ; ..r, .,..V(pn .H. t,.,.ii,.
1 1 t:S UL-LCaa V I'Jl - 11 . ' 1 1 1 i . . . . . - .... ... ..
kindly social rela-i,1 acl'vl 1CS ? exc.usively -mtel-j but u pre .ern.nently so ot the Co-',, . pu,jng tid bit ofirSrr'
tud.rno,,. Aflir i,.s.!lectual channels!; that the gradu- j logrie cathed;.!- On looking at its;: J l)dl Tlu, w:iS Jiiarged.
"I light it
ratlur remain a bachelor all his ua-Sa
and production of beautiful forms ;
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I m. s ' K l i 1K, .in. .mr.irnrL' i.ml r.u.i .1 I 1 1 1 ' . . ... . 1 - . ...
in the observation! , . . "'rri'." '" hut tbb L .end merely sue, zc.i, wiuh,
auu -i.iouaie iu t.ie euuuiei or vi:iot.; . oi tne ponuei osu v . Oi i ue inaicriai; sn'oke rioui'-d ml ol
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i.ion. ... ovi.uM., cu.11.11iL.it 13 .ui- 01 i-ne iiiinei lie ui "i av uiiiiou. . u
1 c t 1 -.rii
anu i lear 1 musr, un.ess vou wmi i ..i .1 u.. , " ov..w.,
: flilll 1111 lillV Nil. .11 1. 1 1 11 I' 1. V 1 I I V I 1- . - . 1 " . 1 1 . - . . '
ifmrttioli...t .ii 1 I J iJ J hllii'il tfl;U. d sdams ,-ilior v.irn tm ncn.l tit 1.
I'.nsn' !in! Vart.
a dailv marvel tdir.ci ..iv;,,,,,! i, r.:.i..fc.1 ;r-
marry n:c ; he pleaa.U alter srecui;
htdicjs of iNew York 1 shall ikver be able
to fdiicv at country irl.v ;
" " t . 1 I'll 1. 1.-1 I.:.. !I - invi ti .viiji.cfcn.iM. Ill ..AriOi
iiMs;iiamiiig. . . So the Fien 1 was invulherahle.
I lirtipr A . v.6.vu y.uvv.vv, It uj uci. .vuuu.; .....,., ,a irk.l -I.., ,... ,..,.,.. T I .... t ,. ' . I , f 1 1 i .1 ; . . .. . .
morning (ound her resolutely 7M ,i.is tt.ero w r. s.m J,rivi.lt that the manipulations which nro- ; T'" TT.rr T i . t u':1 ' uul t"".k ' "" ' ! But t he architect had 8 TeliC-a
steeled.ain tl e thoughts of n arriage, :ade to picture galleries, and -ihoa.h duce physical deftness and activity !,; li'. " ' T.rJT' ' '7 &Way!t" tlle cumul' c rhone of blessed .St. Ursula. ;'H .
and thcuiih she wait Md.t-seeins with 1 ,1,. ,l-,v w, r, Jrv ,..;. -., 1.. .I,,,-. J ,i nctct!,n,0 t,.r !. .r. ! ' 13 comlni. -U-.v day of the preceding evemng,! sbouldv r;i.,p4Hj hi, OJ1 , ;e-f4rei1Caj
Mr. Morris wsc ul.tr guar, and i a ,liadow of re,rct thro.u ore," thetn alf; i ,1 ilhn nl", . that no special inducements are of- ha ve accepted the explanation t! ! ft thati at lhc s:i,le ll:ilC IKltch.
they pa,t:d sidly-for Love. ; alu, tlat each division of the whole ! ,T "
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niie caiistnenic exercises,! aim ny:, i i,,. .- ., -.. . . r . , ...v..m, ........
,, , - ... ,. - , , - ; lianas, and that loo.3 upon the. Iu-: when I came info the square every-,f, 'ia" i-,.r r.vtlu.r
tha manipulation of materials, which . , .. ., ,, , , . , . . , r, 10 t!jL )uur -uoarvUtr is ravtucr
- I, -l , . ... T . ,r , ; h, orei ,u ith the loity eondeseeiisioti Miurnnig to bed t Im cathtdra s.ti L ...Vnr. u -
j " I cannot teheve you si lacking in I t. f . , Ot U SUpfStor oeltlgj. Llldei
cood ei.se !" re:ied Mrs. Turner. Af- oeigaixeu oiacuce, ll lias ueeu iouuui: . ;. ,W k, i!lt f,
-ilio loohcd very delightful and pietur-, ry toi late !,
And vtt there are
.led the cjaveisatio;i to arave aud tar
th.mes; yet the time passed very pleas- fiittnghy, k -d but smiled on them, aud; ' V , uiviwon oi . i ucatiori, and that Ire .increasingly i enough proofs of the' materialna-
anuv to mem ojin. i , t t in i, . j-- v..
' . t .i. sui..(. nc naa luvic. i 11 .1 .1 jS3 I
. . ... . . .... i .r. 1 ... . . I r.'iiiiif t7 tiimi r iirrrl (rii i vf. naiira nit.!-
Tliat evening ia the easli-ht thectu-i 1 Vori rallie was bo.h asb-uxeJ ana sor-1 . i ro"--" u
i -. i
an to ouiaitr an eu-; tne vacuum
avoids the schools.
was given to either orie.
i . . .
n) tiiis. course tore ot the structure iu the perpet-
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is e..ui:.t:a, uiak m : niUUSUUI
arts, more arid more relegated to i cessant clink of 1
ual creaking of .pulleys and the in-
iirg at the plan' of the cuthcdial,
which lay 'upon c;i the table.
' Pool and knavt!" yelled th
Lyii ):-; 'somle priest has taught
esiwewu us brtittaot .iteets it Hgh.-,j tiais -story does not end as a printsd j ony two Classes 'ot schools in . .rtioraiit men , must deteriorate, ami i els, for they are buiidn;" (la-lhe
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'JUC- U11S country, oeswes trie Kinuergar- the spirit ot caste become ril
nnnmeis ami trow- vou ti,i5 trick: but I will hi avert
sha ie and color. Mrs. Turner bad spread one should nut what cm be d
a gayly stntijel sfinwl over tha faded lit- r LXes not Babbie Bums tell us
The best laid schemes o mice an' iacas
lie sola,' put away all her brushes anil
oiu, aud Civeiea t-:C piaintiag-tab c wrla Gang aft a;k-v
baskttst &ud vases of flijwfti8 ; while on , it ,,..f, e r, . , ., v
. -., i i. ,',. , i, lie wiut i then ot real life, end so write
another -u dl tabh a ceheat?I cold sup- j x ow j 1
per was6prad. and covered w.lh u ; w.th a weJil- j. j t t . cu d
u ... i..i -i.i . mil. rmi.-l - d I ..ira v ' . . w .
3.IU.1 y uuaiu uuii. li.uutu, u.J.r.1
pert raits aud exquisite- paiutngs iliuxi
nat.d the walls, and the lady herself
seemed in perfect harmony with, fur su'
rounding, .jctdlie cauie late.j'and ,as
greeted with ..' ".
"Oil 'allie ! What bare you done to
your harr? i'ou inustn't wear it that
way ! It is not at a'l suited tp ytiur
face makes you loolv hard and old !"
"But it'isihe ;-ry latest .style, just
moral taeme, so here, rjaier, is our
How can .education
charges except by pleudiuj guilty,
asking mercy andf proiniliKg re
form t i l
Let us next consider the lvalue oi
Keep tares feet array fro aiighrcd
One dady ia Maine boastj of hair
eight feet ard one inch in length, and
that she has refused au offer uf 620 JO:
for it. ' '
ten, does the idea of tjj.- seeni to
obtain ;-the technical schools where
the pupils are 'fitted for certain
branches of advanced industry; and
some girls' boarding schools', where
a portion of the household labor is; juUor as otie of the lac tori1 ol
r i I . I I T . , ;
i penormeu oy tne stuuenis. inicatiou. . "
neither the common schools, acade- j in every department of edncatioii'
mio.s, normal schools, colleges, nor j intellectual processes are quickened
universities, does labor as a means ; ;inJ invigorated by the uiauipula
of instruction aud discipline, receive' tion of -materiaL-; ;by the practical
attention. As far as our whole doing; by the application of theory
nublic school SVStfim is r.inpprrif.' ... il.. .i' .
dral of Cologne. Far tack in th
middle ages i,t was coii!;iiiei.ced; the
The cathedral you hjve nfoleri from
rh'e shall never .Be .finUkcd, and
your name shall -'remain unknown,'.'
(. hwi. fit 'inn wir .'1'iifiirv iiifiT lull . -.1 i . r
V....I..J , mm wiin ms cuv -rre
witness its completion, let, ta-1 , if ,i, r,t,
. llttll in
is of i;. together, ; A short time afterward the vount?
king what ther.
the medieval und tiie modern work, j arc);u.ct died of grief, for lie'couht
if is wondrously mrpivsMve.and j iuxr r.dlr tie da'mage, or recoi
oiiurousiv oejiutnui. iac.i ui tnoe
elegant buttresses presents the plan !
ol a perlect cr.urcn, each m those'
flvitrg buttresses, seems a bridge of
puoitcsenooi system is concerned, to practice: bv the convert. m
we wou.vj scarcely get the idea that j thoughts into acti
aiior angelo' feet. This' cathedral
is more than architecture-! it is po-
j etry, it is music. It iseioquenee--
"u "7', r-"-y"S. lu,,L j tno.ignts into acta. at once pulpir and preacher,
mauual labor is. aaegitiinate human I This muscular 'tjxercisc necessary! The good Archbishop-Conrad; of
struct on paper the mi-sing part of
the plan. I he presumed moral J.
"Ilesist Satan and he wrll fly-from
you; traffic with him ev.:u for n
good purpose, and you are sure to
com to grief. v '
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' K ep thy long ie from evT", and thy'
lips that they speak u.t guij,' - , ' j
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