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r';-. SILEXT LOVE.
OhllconM wl lister tljee n tale .
That turely would fuy pity move;
tat what would idle-fords avail
!F pnlesa tie Leart niijjlit ar.ea-k its love?
To tell that tale my pen were went;
c y wDgue iiyii;e too (icus.
f Then mark it on my vkiyinf; cl oik,
aim reuu u in my iug'iii to-
I Die for thy Sweet Love:
' I die for thy sweet love! The grumid ,
: Wot pantetb o for Runiin?r ram,
As I for on sott look .of thine.
And yet 1 aiyu in vain?'
A bundled men are near tl.ee n-.r
"But who diitb feel a tLuJFuiiJ.li j iirt
Of what I fetl for thecjr
Tlicy look on thee, as men will l-:k
Who round flie iU w.'al 1 Li-gli ami rovfj
I only think Lmw sweet 'iwould le
To die for thy sweet h ve.
Wi uitv Cou.vwAi.i..
BY ANNA SI
'If you refuse Duticlui Holcroft you
j.re a complete, idiot,
aud I wjitb. my bands tlf yeur affaird al-!
Mm. Cas ow'iq Kiils inajes'ieally fro'i.
the room, where Georgia i, her neice,
remains nervously clasping and uneh.sp
Ipg her slender white liiig tf, and wan
dering why mati'mooy. should bo a p .--itiveduty
in the code by w! ieh she ha
bom educated, he is only twenty-tvo,
slender, fair, and looking about sixU'i-n,
with Iter waving golden hair an'l soft,
lirown -eyes. hc h;.s twelve- bundled
dollars a year all her own, and why cairt
he be. idlowed to live a quiet life tui
iiio'efcted. Since her-own arcnts die 'only
three yrars ao, she 1i;h be n dragged
from a country parsonage in which her
' father lived and died, saving the little
f-rtune for Georgira by clt'se ccuhomy,
to her aunt's fushinnablc hoinn such a.s
when Georgina. looking up, pded to
In r lip?, while her eyes were full of
fear and troub'e, seeing liitn. She had
always given him a frank; cordial greet
ing; an 1 lie had hoped to win sweeter
loKoiHsuu irom iicrsort eyes anu sv.eet
iipn, and instead he had lost what was
'Did you not expect me?' he said,
gently; 'you Ijok stajted.'
'I did not kuov you were - here, anJ
it did startle nie to ee you bo close be--idj
me." Georgina said, a flaming col
or oUngpfMur.'Ay cr r!tiiwlt;9Jtsl.l)row,
as the wuhed heisel: a thousand istles
II- fpoke !o her grively then, and
veiy, ery gently, wooing her tno.-t tesi
derly, eon.-i l rate of her youth, her ti
iniiily; a'cd, heartily ashamed,- she
could only i sob and sliiver.
'IJ'.ild !' he taid at las?, do Tso dis
J'ut she interrupted him quick:y.
'Yon are not hateful to me,' she said,
Weorgina. Gilroy, i i--,,,,,!.;,,,! v. i vou eVer ever so
mi ch, oaly o!i, why do you want to
ma: ry me '.' 1 t
lliicouid not - kcrp back a m;le,
though his heart tbrol'bed heavily with
I lne yo-i..dcar,' ho t-ai 'I love
y.u kr too well to w'.n t grieve you.
Slull we Le firieuds tiil?'
'(' if you Ml,' flic sail, eagerly, ig
npta'nt of tli3 'ta'i in every word, 'let us1
f..r( t t .-d..y.'
As it" he , could. Unt he was a true
t'ontleniaii, a sincere, uusclfl-sh lover,
and he led her on ti tali of other mat-
tiT.s till the a;hy jailor 'eft !;er cheeks
and lips, and he was just h;r ,-weet shy
self :fin. ' . '
' Then he le t her. il.eft her to meet
ueli wra'th'trom Mr-. Ca?owvi that the
rase agaiii.-st the. bitter speeches.
'I go to (Jran fa her Gilrov.
her mother pind for throughout all o!'j sinco;jou ire so tired of nie,' Georgic?
(Jeoricina'8 childhood. ' a-M.
'WheD youniurry, 1 hope you wiil re- j 'I would! Go, bury yo iridf in tla;
- iub iu you.p proper gpnere. gira.,(jii- yr?;i-;ipi
- v VSvonld euv wt.eni vef she spoke ot ( ners ; y
Oeorgi'.a's future ; but f-he never heed, j h-jie, as Duncan Ho'croft'. wife.' .
d-rnucU in. those days. ' j But even 1-Vy. Corner was pi cfei
-T- .1 ... ;., l.r father li(r to Geon-tna. to the t.rter-eot ot .caUing
- . . . , p i oi .' l : i, l .. . . 1 , . v. .1, t
fluffy curls all r-iffled by her m-rvous ; me i .hi.ion-. nneMiivvip ;u me uint
j-, little ouutry nofer, ana tccepa
L !1 t
lentl 1 iic Ts-
fingers a .'lie poied over La.tin exvreis s, miv
d:. .1 i.i tlif. nlnihlv fur-1 her. ansa s utti; ri.etoSs t.tsmi-
VI BlUUl' u ui-'wij - I J j f .
tiislied drawing-room at her own little j even .-een.cd as if r-ie; tl.r.'w oil- a hur
cubinct piano, paying softly or grandly ! den as she stenned fyo :Vt!:e luxuri u'
88 tl'C I1IOOU MlliSU , . ill in.- j iai .y " - -
country, wandering. here or there. (3eor-.-lightly lemmiseful, wa? at the last in -gina
was utierly, entirely' happy. Her ' uieut billing to rsvoue her decree of
l0ttrs tf inartvT'l.un wete f-peut in her ban;s! .ment, but Geor-ina would not
m.vttiov'k' r.wim lea ruin? worsted work. , soe the Oa ' of true udv half
listening to the ta'es of the faded beaut v '. aud e:.t to Try Corners.
of her former . conquests,, before aty It was net a-fascihating abode, a
her Georgina of her. noble-wlf sacrificitig sm;,i! farm managed 'liy a mi.-erly old
inothfir always grew hot and :iiw;ry be- j iaMi aad one mai 1 seivant of seventy
fore bhc 'threw herself away, up n u 1 . there bout, who-e life was a burden
country parson. . beeiuseoM Mr. -'Jilrr-y had faded to
' Sittinii in Mrs iWmiuY grotid i m'Hi;0 j,. r j.U wife, after aceepttna her
draw-ing-rooui,. waiting for Dut can Uol H attenti'tns for a matter of thirty or forty
And, wearying for an interest in life
Georgina .gave time, strength and an
unfai iog patience to the querulous ia
valid, never laiterir.g in her self-imposed
duties. lie died in May, llessins her
with his last breath, and after ti e fun
eral, Janet, his old servant, produced a
will, giving kr the farm tnd the sav
ings if years of gnndiBg eeotiomy
Govrgina had known of this, and had
gently remonstrare3 when - Mr. Gi roy
would have made another will.
'I have nicA-e than I pend,' p'tie Said,
hut onee more hoirc'ss, Mie jomed
a pariy of Mrs. C;.ssoin's friends, and
wt nt at road.
Here was suily i itere.-.t var.ety, but
never ease fur the old heart-hunger.
What 'woukf till her life, round it to it.
full perfeet'on ? Love was offered more
than ore , but met t;o return, end t;he
-ighed heavily over her owu hard hea;t.
In lljme, tvhera the party lingered
many weeks. Georgina lived a new life
of delight in seeing v. hat she had im
agined in hours of reading, what her
father had often described to her, hav
ing veiled the internal City as a tut r
in his young days.
But in Rome, one of the party, 1 unk
ing in lazily to ti:e general sitting-r.-om
ofhe widehou-e where they all lodged,.
Said, hiilf yawfiin.' :
'H.-.deroft is here, down with mal uii !
'Where?' tome one ashed iadifT r
outly. . 'At the hotel where we stopped the
first week we were heiv. lie's going to
die, they say,'
'Die! Duncan Hole" )ft !' Gocrtna
nropel her way dizzily, unperceived, 'to
the Lalcony. She must have air or
sni ;ther. Die! Did llollis Taylor say
Duncan Holcroft wa? dying? What
ai!'ed hr-r head? Why did her Lea it
beat so heavily and s'ow'y? Die! Could
'he wide v or'.d bol l s ti uch tnisery as
pre-sed her down? Like a lightening
f.a h she read, '.he cause of a;! ' or re;'t
Yori. She (loved Duneri- JU-l-i-
King amongst men. She had walked
away from her own para li- e, closing the
door, nod Duncan Ho!cr;ft ou'd dij,
and rever know she had L.yed Una.
At the hotr'l where they had .-.topped.
Wb it was elo-c beside them. She
e.u'd be th' re iu ien n.inn'ea.
She never paused to thick of r pri-
ety. ' rapping her head and .-h-uhicr-s
i-i a fleecy white shawl, sh-- sped al ng
ihe.'stieer, thankful for the gathering
twilight.. Tlu waiters stared, but lci
her to the room. At the doer she paus
ed. She e'-juld see a Sister of Chari y
kneeling beside a high bed, could lr-ar
a faint v nee say :
. .A-1 n. kW-J .-- i f..v't t. v w
- "SMi 3 15ei!
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i.-ua ZJ: fp-plj eivi . ..... . loo w
Timiiinmiiii iii ii i ' 1 1 -' ' " '-- j '"AitiiKoixiAX oSvuay b made at Tim '
. m. .
CARTHAGE HORTH CAMffiiMllAY, J1E 29, IS73 '
or society, tut hand, Vd, tborcuih-
ly one ia heart and mil
ful work and tender-e
leisure hou:s, wjioo frie:
I,." Cad use-
io fill all
wip's calls are
The nrf!iit dismisyrby tht Em
peror of ILussu 6t
Chief of Police T
wounda Iit3 rt'Qeiv
from til:? pis''oT-
Viss wit t:r
f ; TLia w'fjir yoar HbaKh."' ' ' '"
t The Laws of Life.' ,.
1. Tempcraiica, in alL thtns,
whither f-hsicftf, mentl, ntoiul,
aiuetional, or religbas.
2. Justice to uU creatures hat
be jaiti.co being the exorcise of
prectst'iy the ' sa-ue rules of ;(,
j;Piiduc,r, thought, or speech that
Last J une Trepoif visit ed i ha prisorr
tar political imsoiieis 1:1 til. Fo
teburg and inspected the intnates,
who, i;ec6rdin j to the'rules.walked
about fd"io , court yard' without
speaking to each other.? Finally,
he observed two men in convtTsa
tion iind shouted to the prison
director, who tremblingly followed
him: "Why do tlnjse men firjo-y nn
itnmunity V" "Seigneur," said one
one of them, named JJogolioubcfi",
in sileech aud act
urri.' u- " - .... -J. .i
lit OltlLTtf' (IT .i".
orifeeds;. never hur
inJaught that bre:
f ne purposes of sus
4. Truth in every wwrd or
thought spoken or acted; but re
servation of harsh or impleading
trutlis, where they would r.ced
lessly wound the feedings of others.
5. Charity charity in thought,
to excuse the failings o!
lu:iitaiIoa rtlit 5lcai.
4 herd are probHldy few persons
who have not at wme 'lime i;i tk-ir
lives had if not fJr mofe than- a rrtQ
ment palpitation of thu honrt. Tho
Uisei'su j - dortoti&rnt on over vv
citosmrntof thcuecvs'of this orgin,
Uua!!y it lasts but a few moment
bat r-ases are on record ofits cortti
nutng eight days nt the rate of 100
beats to the minute. Vh?te nor
caused by disease of the li-art or
its valves. it isncta cd;tnjerWs'af
Iti6a, The" dfsttrMtn;.eLt is per-
Many syllables I 0
- BjoJigannmoTi Her Lusf(
Slow matches Long engs
V ' Vvivj lies the head that we'a
Lpgond vf 'Xor.Umit.i ln'iatVs.
omV5: , looaa u hutu.in 1; pny J -
divine ! y.. 51 '
'Ri iui? fo Ja". to a few pnnll-mcn ii''-! "
Vo-h g:v Is the . way a liunftholdof " ' ' . :
Virdel lisOtdverti-c-JiCQf: -' , '.' 1 t:
. 'ion arras jivUyaa ctans" i m - - 1
athes, save-ror L.. ';. ' , t ut r.'txlVx --? -. - i . V V f
fcnvii-K nrp.'"f "v"u ..... avoiu o vor-rxeriio-n, f .r "--. r3 . --1; - V ri i
T1-"" tight clothing nervous excitement. ' ft rft I and vTrom
a crowded or tin ventilated , room a dw's knee, Wt thinks better, of ic
and above all loading the stomach hack agsio, that's what 'they
call a relapse.
Mr. Edward Uo-ewater, editor of llm
O.naha Bee, was brutally assaulted by a
rough in tint town tliM ,wrek. Tlt
"we,- "Hold your tongue," ! vlt,-.,,.,m, ,...7!;.,..
was the reply. "Director, place jt1ie f'i 0f'ol!u.rs. (.uiritv I
tins mitn m a rluri(rfon. Ilornhniih. ; .i... i ., , : i
... n , , . , . (Reus, wuerever, wneuever, unit to
on reinanieu lnimovaoie, witn hisu.v,
hat upon his head
witlr indigestiblo articles of food
We have known many instances
of palpitation cured by adopting
plain, simple habits of fife.
er the opportunity of-
the afflicted in
irepoit Silted :
Ins stick to knock .'it ort, but -his; (;, AIms"ivinn- v
victim snatched it Irom his hand j anj comloVtin
unauir -w uau.ay. i i.o ,oz taKe ,.vcry p!uipe that our m,,a,18 njmit
oft my hat to tyrants, 'said he. At j of Ui(. ,ieeesshies of our fellow
uusii;.omft;c two l'Uei's .seized littn.
iaid him upon a bench, took off his1!
arments,-tied liim, and admitilis-1
T:ae S3i-:t Wcaisli.
Tie great struggle with civilized
men' -in this worid is for'wealth.
rough ft't bad because the 7?ee stunj
V.c.v. Jeremiah II,il'ock once said M
tcred, by order of Trepofl and under j (;ttlMj ijV our
I.:, r. CJ... I I - . I . I . . . :
7. Se. f-sacri!ice, wherever the
interests ut others are to be bene-
his eyes, fifty blows with'the k'noiut
vvnicl left the unfortunate man
in u t dated, iua nim ate, tnd streaming
with blood. Six months afterward a
young girl called at Trepoifs office
with a petition for Bogolioubolfs
release. "In twawty years,'' said
Trepol!', with a sardonic - smile,
motioning his attendant to admit
another visitor. At this moment
the-girl fired two balls into his'
breast, "and with flashinir eyes held
the revolver siokiti'- in her hand.
S". Temperate vet firm defense
of our views of right, and protest
against wrong, whether for our
selves or others. -
9. Industry- in following any
calling we may be engaged in, or
in devoting seme portion of our
time, when otherwise not obliged
to do so; to the service and benefit
10. ' Love above and beyond
seeking to cultivate in our own
Th !S is called the prime good, the I a young mini-ter who complained of hi-i
one tiling needful, the great desid-1 small salary. ly young brother, per
eratum of life. So men toil for it; j haps it is all Christ can afford to jdve
deceive, cheat, defraud for it. Give y0U.
nine, sirem-jtii. and too olten good
health for it. The truth is, the es
timate put upon wealth is too
high. Its value, its goo I, is over
Vicar's daughter. '''Ami why did
Aaron make a go'dea calf?' Sharp child
of three and a half. Tl ase, Mis, be
rated. It is not thuereat good. It - cause he hadn't got enough gold to make
is not the best thing man can have. ! :if0w;
A Fl rid t npgro mi-to k a mule for
a ghost and p-iked it with a stick. THo
vei diet recited lhat lie came to his death
It does not confer peace of mind
nor purity of heart, heart-telt hnp
piness nor'contentmeut, nor home
; .. : .1 i.i. i i - ... -
J7',m" u ou.-ss. "or any bj td0 s,,ort a slick ia bin t,))
ot Hie solid and enduimg enjoy- , t c i
o j j i unknown evidence of a future existence,
merits. 1 I
Wealthy homes- are often no j Two rasrnST.s rre conver ing in
happier than thos-i ef'ihe poor and ; "day cani.-e about music. Or.c gpn-
co'mfortalde livers. Poverty ! l'cui .n a.-ked the ( ther, who appeared
always an evil;' but a fair supply i rather sh.pl.c. "Do you know the Jar-
cf .the necess.u;ies and comforts ol I k-r ;f Seville?'' 'So," replied the -hit-
ymMrb'U ted I
.--;i,i ii oo-
1 ITl ,
'tieu'ruino, a lov.u
f rien I;
i - i ."-
---tfTcrrean 7i tTfn spea.K , ttnd act no
! wrong lo anv creature liviirj ; re-
: .. "i .i. , . ...I. ... I
; me J ; 1 111'! 1 i i; .UVVt.yS I Ihi I V. .Itl t; linr : i I ,
l ts, ;!;i rheotl:.-r principles of . ight j .. VIrll.e
rare imiiiieii neiie. an it, inuuenceo j
1 Li l i i t ra it 1 1 t i!'t. I
qmU: as apt to confer red
, j peace as great wealth. It. is not
' always fhavo myself."
hful young rtiati apjdled lo his
i " miiiuii me
.', ' ' i e-s the to i cat, and pay b'lict attcit
, wea-lthit st i . , , , ,
) la 'j.'i 1 - ay.
atiu e i; oe' . le-.
'She is here, in itome.
deid carry my message.
l. ved her to t!;e la-t
her at the anldress I gave jjon.
Sleepless people ami there aj
manv in America should court
the-sua. The very worst soporme
jis laudanum, and the very best
sunshine., inereiore ib is vei i K, .,.,- the feet warm and tin
plain that poorsleepers shoulo lsU il! C,J0. JJreatlie nm e air. Keep
many, hours in the day in inej
sunshine, and .is few as posssibie in
the1 shade. Many women are. , , . renuire. Go to bed
martyrs, and .yet do not know it. I earp.. ventilate your sleeping
1 hey shut- the sun:u.ne oul ui
their houses; and their hearts, they
wear veils, they carry parasols, they
do all possible to keep ell' the
croft to coma and pr.opc.se to her, as her Tear Georgina had the free, e'pen coun- j Ma5ue v
aunt iuformed her he had reipiesd d . t, -;, pa-fee derly to do as she pl.-ased. Trem-blina 'a-.d white, Gergii.a cr
T.n 1 ... t I subtlest and most potent mdu
Uvl.i-Mi is .T .i-endpd to L'lvo tnem
Yob. will find .. ,,'., ,f ..,,".! ....-fui-
I OL l Uii il , ..IIU .IITIllilJ . ii..
''cf,r ! in ss. Is it e.ot time to change al:
rei the I t,a ;uid (T,.t- r-jilor and roses ill
the akin clean.
ie: ( . -e in SUCH ii uiiui i itiii iia oir
room. Keep' trie bowels open by
means of suit able diet and exercise,
ii possiijie ; ii not, oy inieeuons
Lat piain, nutri
0VM whose 'I: i- p ;.-ib e,' l.-rtnrked a Uv r to
heart, beats with wm n sympithies j i.i sveo.h a;-, '.'or i..c to spell Cupid.'
for his lel!ow-Vnei!- who .finds good j ''A by m.J' -he innocently remarked,
in all seasons, oil providences, and j 'Because,' he ansae el when I come
all men. 'IV serierous mm vvko ! ,0 r, ic.m cono fu:thar.'
As a friglitemd darkey, chased by an
infuriited bull, neared the bound ies of
tho iic'.d,; l e entl usiistieally exclained,
'Milli.'Us f;r do fence, but not ono
i ,i, ' tdties the u!)'irtun;i,te ; the poor
i Mit ji . . ,
man who resists temi Vatnm: the
wise man who orders well his Ide;
the loving man who clings closely
to his family and fiiends ; the stu
dious man, who se.-ks itistruction eent for de brut
in idl things, are the truly wealthy
and pure water.
tious.-fo-.jd at n'gu'ur hours, under
'What's the diJ'crer.e,, asked the
leach.erin art' hnieMc, 'between one yard
and two y;rl-?' 'A fence,' wu the re-t-ly.
.of a MiOKiher of the cIjss. Tr.o
. . i . r : . . :. i .. . i . . , .
permission io uo, ucoigma, iiu.ur nun t'e command ot li -r own income
gentle, felt hit whole being ri-e in re- j 1S as not hap; y. '
volt. Was life to be to her what it was ,j believe I am naturally of a c.is-.toheraunt.aroundofc-iRing.-shopping,
jCuUtented disposition,' she thought, as
party-going, party-giving, interviewsj .he wanjtredf rt'essly, up a shady
with dress makers aDd milliners? Could j ar,e. 'I've got all I want, a country
ehe not escape to fome locality where ilom0( 0& WOmen to help, children to
there we" nobler aims aud desires? j be kjn(j to i cm piay iady bouatiful
.Where? - , i to half Fry Corner on a small scale. I
.... . have miles of eood. useful sewiny. cleti-
i ty of books, my own pia.no, nobody to
scold tne, no fiu ry to worry over, an l
yet I I wonder if Duncan Holcroft
i care- because I have gone?' ,
JVhat made that ques ion leap to her
and courage in our
The women of Amer
lUtft in s.-ift v i.i vin
: ev's shoulder :
.1. - .i :..,.! li .nnnno- nil i Strofltr tlU'l liie, v..!
1 anvtieorgina ijuroy,- sac wui.-ijci-. - - .n isx-v
1 sunlight wi.i be a potent liiuuence, ; ft tnvej ,vet
. , , I in this transformation. Will they
But low as it was tne wius-pcr leaau-
r hand nr.on the s:s- tini'u souls?
! ica are pale and delicate; they may
. A iilt'e iastniL' is o'ten
remedy ior a sii-hf cold,
ver, iie'ii ralitiii oi the face.
id a'll those diseases that aiise
o:u a (iisiiid.-i ed stomach.. Soiue
):;'-so;is 1 1 .:,.! w a last whii stieu
. . ... j .. i i e
Uii' as io .;esao iiu uoi.ui ei-
compresses, mad ' ot
A jreritlemati in the nortn Oi teaener was .-rent
: . .. 1 T.I. i , . , -i . . i 1 ...I... - 5 '
Ciic-i .Ui en c; !iis. auc s anil vi;u- ; tti2!atiu tlllce said toa .ll ieiiu u-uo .
..-..... ni-.l hi.n In i Wo k : Uftt 1MSIM1
II lli.iil .
i 1 . ,- ii......--. I ' .nn. .ii- I .'f mil- nun
laf 1 KWSM.s-- ' ' 1 "'
.lavs are generally i.uore in nuiii
her than our evil dav, our days of
I iiiean, as k
i iind cove re
uable mines, belong to me
vomh r powerful steam entr.ni
tains '.lie produce of mv mines, ai
table to our condition and cir-
van), tlituerto, 'leordina naa ;eeu
gently firm. But oa this day ever her
"courage failed before r:er .sunt' wrath
at the proposal to diimiss Duucm Hol
He came across the wide drawing
room as she j sat thinking, Ihis fojotfall
unheard upofe the soft, carpet. He was
tall, ereot, handsome, past fifty, y
old ; his eyes clear as a boy's, hi
ed Dancao Holcroft's ears, and a.smile
lighted his white, wasted Lee.
'Little Georgina,' he said faintly.
'darling, have you'eome to say farewell.'
-'No!' she answered, strangling the
sob in her- voice. I have con, e to -pray
yGU to live for me !'
Mfif.'i.- nt a v nm
-l.v-i -I H'nL -t . lI.I.' . - .-I in
I I I . I
" 1 r.ese ueaui u:u
as vour eye can reach, those ma-i.-.'iie
woods on the brow of the
',!iJ.,r. hills, and those extensive ', prosperity (uch,
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. cu'iiHtannes.) th m our days oi ai-
1 ins - 1 most cei tain.
convev ,v wealth to though m.osl o: us are rpi y v.
i-'o koifdom." up our accounts olherwiese. . IIov,
01 (al least compeiem j
ive we enjoyed lor one
e II. ..,r
flay 01 grievou"' dumup.
and permanent relief, and mav be , your estaU There dwells a poor! many blessings lor a iev ro.s.
used without danger, provided the ! -omaII who can say more than all j For one d-mger that oath s.irpmr
. , 1.1 1 .i . - ii- .. ,- . ' , , t : . : . 1 ml na briAv niiiiiv .scores 01 (biriL'i'lS
Tli i-i!,Vi-:mr frnoi tl',P npn of:8yStefl' ' 1101 ' )i ' COIO ! tlilS, tof SilC C.insaV, -UIUH 19 f , c?
Ihe( :oi!o,,ng Irom the pen ol . T ,J-, gAr . , T .-. , tiaVe we escaped, and solie. of them
V il 1 CI i'liwi'lll! j 'I DI'U; in -L ' litllil . 1 I i i I . f ' ' " V I
'coui Wiiti-r curt-;
lot. try it ay ear or two,-and oblige ! toWtlt applied do the head, throat, j -Weil, mv lord," reolieJ tht gen- many days
;housaiids of admirers? Hearth j chest bowels, spine, or u hatever J tieman. "do vou see' yonder little j health !inv
i iart sutlers nam, often aiton! six-edv Miov.-l that seems but a speck on
Tryirsgvjo Live M'it5iont Work.
The, following from the pen of
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noracevjieeifj,isirueaoUa1.t...ca-; , ...:. . .:n k. v...v narrow v Hut alas: wi
iKuini ntii-if "( lor .p.erii) h are 1 : 1 " ' t ' - - . .1. . t.. .. i...-
A greatjy lighted the Iangnideye,---v :ncli the ; best practitioners seldom use ah-: liiltM, wj.,mi ,e scanty limits oi u , writ on ; I
, . e.. ..f it . .1 ti-.ifur . 'n .H'i.rn I ... Mil fvntl IflVP C ! dill (lili.WUtMia ii'. io.i.f i
,1 Vi JLCiy L'oi'J inu.iiui -itiuit lUIJH.1 DUl Mi' "f"1 l" l . v
i i , . !; . s. 1 1 iiiAm .rioa cn rt'n 111 I nil
gray hair curling and abundant, hip-gray
mouatacha giving a military ait to his
well out features. Faul'thss in attire,
jnind a hundred times a day. She had
refused him, put him out of her life,
and yet she thought often of his courtly
manner, his grave, gei.te kindness, his
real conversation, so different from the
society small, talk that wearied and
puzzled her. Did he miss her? She felt
courteous in manner, he also possessed j herself such an atom in his ciicle of
half million attractions in solid invest- j f'10 : -0 lowly and little, compared
to the belles fluttering efer in his view,
so ignorant and insignificant, that she
JSut all elsa seemed to him worthless
compared to the possession of the slen
der, pale child who, half-buried in a
deep arm chair, realized as yet nothing
of the yearning love in the large, dark
eyes fixed upon her face.
It was scarcely to be supposed that
Dhncan Holcroft, bachelor tas he was,
had iraveled over sixty years of lifp with
untouched heart, butte had lived over
all other love till this one earner and
conquered hitn. 1 ;
It stirred his b.trtjwith a siek paiu, ! coming, to fret sally if sh
Fur you ! Geotglna, do you love me . t Wft of pro,ctive labor an
nt. last?' i .... II..., nriil .t,ri,. nr. rl.o fr.wd; i hiirp paitlS, C
LI V IU MIC ?l'J .mini' w wivv.i - -
sobbed, 'only 1 know it at last !' ' less traffic. VVe have deplored te-v ; S eedy re,iev. In n.most
I bovs learning trades.with ten times , r" ' :'LV ' ,
mxious to rjet: into busi-1 i ' , .
, - I . n l ,t 1 siiyui'i iiUk Liiii ..ij iiNii-i .it i ii-i
UfSS; Iliac is iy uev ifu mui: i ru-.nt-, .
live without :"J'Ji
. . : a uooi
him waking after many hours to sea lov-j '. J ,j .' - . . 'sense, an
I'll it- 1 lluai-l llv ' vl ' 1 -' i i r
ing eyes unweanedly watching him.!. ,. , .,u, ,-.,; ; ot his iro..ss:on
lill". ll'Ut niu .nil--' . , , . .
I o. .... . . ... I.nnr'piifti ee n.i h.-i. t hi hfO'i-i
'I cmnot die now,' he said.
And he did not. Clasping Ce, r'ina's I too many a
s'en ler hand fast, he found the life-eiv-!
iniT sleen all nnreoties had tVled to L'ive i W
- o i c .-.!,
he '-raduafe-! aS t!mt I.e hi
in as terei
a lor non'.erl
i, . . i. .. t . U..t
Vour l-r(ls:t! mjw i ioss.es. -t-n . " - - -
s,i, iiiheiirance iacOrruptit.ie,
:....!..,. ',:.! thatfideth not ; former. Audlhisn the greatest
eseivedin heaven tor those i or our u-iuiaiiKiua..-u.y .e
U lli.il Ili.il 11) MS"-,.;!'
who are' kept by the power of God an
iaith unto Silvat ion..
'e a go .0 '- i ; --.-1 e . t it .
i i e I:iol e . x
T:ic 3 3Ta!o.
the way bwlTi'.Ces
I A Sri: I-: I.kmkuy vou a Coucir.
-i- iVlke a haudfu! ot hop', put it
into three pints of hot water"1, let
re ;, .,, r,n b. .!f linnr. or until, the
ft .-v.. y - " ... . - -
cpuld only wend.r when she remem
bered the honor he had paid her. '
String fl.wers fadecf, summer bloom
died, autumn fruits were fathered iu,
winter vnows melted., It was May
again, and Georgina had been one year
at Fry Corners. The old farmer had
fa led iu that year, and very tenderly
and pitiful y his grandchild nursed him.
He learned to love her as he had loved
nothing for many years, to watch her
The, were marri-d when the 1 ;JU -,pi,,and the disparity is steadii v Perience e.e nas had the oettc; a;: i , ),,,,,.,.,! o:1 t!!.. .faked plains of the trenth is out. Then strain, and
came a few hours later, the good fister aiJgnTt.ntiag. One million families! tnt- 'ss he miaht seem fu rely u-poii , , T-i. bulfaloes col-; a1,j om. an1 half cups of best
still remaining to share the nursing, j are tryir.3 Wlive by selling liquors. ; nitrdicine, and tne more he o.t. . u,(. -n .C1.,lltt;es!i iter,k f,,r water, kind of inok'ses. and one cup of
Hut the litVgiring joy was Georgina s j tobaceeecTndv, etc., in our cities,! trLl 10 , t',''"': U"' , ,t,m-' ' and it is at the uv.Kr holes they ; white sugar. Tiien boil down
love, and all the restless dUe.utent left
her happy life forever, when ones she
knew the secret of her own heart. .
' Mrs. CaSiowin says:
'She can't understand why Geoigina
followed Dm can Holcroft to T-ome, j
who fbuld be spared therefrom
witd.out the Siigntest puoiic nciri-; Y;iat in
ment; and if these were transferred '
cyuiiucute l miu. i.i r., . ...,.,,,,,...1 T!:e ead.-r n rst:jl.; .. hrSirl.t AiU . r an-nm.
Si-AU Sav.s Thee 1 6,,tH ly vO-riw g"",- ih'.$ de-;,.ttMj 'kelile, to about one quart.
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... ,mir:iii7-iit ine I ern aiei ii-e sjiooc- - v hnLii na it u r.-m u n.r
arssavsoii-ei.iaverv si 'mu ant to . ' . . . - j .v.. - -
to the soil and set to growing . . , ,, " ;. ' ing may be continued at pleasure. Drink u little when you
, , ; Oa. ill lut tveii i:i.;v s-"..r to us!,. i-t- t i- ,t 1 c- .
grain, meat, wool.etc, or employed i , Tneyaie killed .toi t.ie vu.ue ol ,.oUg!,.
in smelting the metals, or weaving ;
dwii !iut is cxoib tant ia eart1,
fanei s, an 1 t eucjurai; e-e
i r!ip f;ihrie. fur whieh we are runil- i
wheu.be might as well have h i,-gip ,jebt iin Europe, otir country
proper wedding and recep ion at home, W0UJJ increase its wealth at leas ':
and Georgina has never explained. twieff' as much as it is now, and j nieaL-.rg te.r :;! i :.:: u.-i
Fry Corners sees her no more nor will there would be far less complaint n a" hjrin-.i.y .f th-. w.-o'c
her husband make her a slave to fashion u dull trade C.lld hard times.' ! dite;ted tiatar-: u;:d lif. -' I
ami carcases are left to per-; Sayn tlie Cincinnati liiwkfuU TnUe:
sh. Two hi.-tidivd t hou.-iand head G.-e.k i, the lauguae for pcetry,
lave alri-i; !y bee'i s'aughtere afid l-'jei eh for lov , and Iuluu f r baud
ck fstiy,-.l.eJ-there- will be three i L.rjltQ uxy . bat th . :naa v.ith a tl irt
;m,dre.i fifty thousand killed ,v,l,;i- thr.t u'i ii is the same hopcyesJ
.'cieii' the vcasun t- over, :' llovi iu u!'.