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AUNT BETBRA1VS 8TOBT.
A C1IUKCI1 FAIB.
Yen, they've had their old church fair,
In pite o what I said.
An' 'twas a lottery too, I swear,
An' 01 that I were dead!.
For ever since I recerlect
This church has beeu my pride,
An' never oid I dream nor 'spect
Bat 'twould bo till I died, i
But this old church I loved so well
The Devil has got in,
An turned in.o a gambllu' hell
Play games of chance to win.
I used to be a sblnin' light
Within this very church.
An' si' out au' sing with all my might,
An' lead when in a lurch;
How ttyiish folks have moved in here
Who ore too pboud to fbay;
An' bay that 1 am old an' queer,
. n' have outlivtd my day."
They have their sewin' bees an' sich
. To make thin's for tha fair,
Buttno I never took at titch,
Nor never 'vited there.)
An' they make quilts an' pretty thin's
Of sU Jus au sauna fine,
An' give 'em to the gal that wins,
Which makes the others whine.
An' there was squint-eyed Sally Brown,
An' what do you suppose?
Vo;ed "the prittiett gat in town,"
An' moles upon her nose!
An' there is Susan West,
Who is a reg'lur jllr.
Was vokd to bo 'pop'larest."
An' got the crazy quilt!
An' I 'eard Willie Jones, the lad.
8ay that " Twa'u't no fair shake!"
An' rswore that he was more an' mad
'Cause Molly took the cake!"
For, oh, la me! 'Twas Molly Wake
1 thought should get the quilt,
An' then to think she stoie a cake!
I know I'll surely wtlt.
To think ? he'd sacrifice ber place,
(For she's the paron'h wile)
An even cause the church disgrace
By entcr'n' in the Btrifel
But now my race is nearly run,
I boon sbHll be at rest
Soon be where 's no "prettiest one,"
An' none are "pop'larefctl"
I'll be within a better church,
A pleoe with han's not built,
Where there will be no fuss nor search
i o get a crazy quilt!
For well I know that up on high
They w ould not even care
To practice gamblln on the s y,
An' style it ' A church fair."
Will Granger in Cleveland Leader.
Destiny of the English Race.
Let us consider now to what conclu
sions the rapidly and unabated steadi
ness of the increase of the English race
in America must lead us as we go on to
forecast the future. Carlyle eomewhere
Bpeaks slightingly of the fact that the
Americans double their numbers every
twenty years, as if to have forty million
dollar-hunters in the world were any bet
ver than to have twenty million dollar
hunters. The implication that Ameri
cans are nothing but dollar-hunters, and
are thereby distinguishable from the
rest of mankind, would not perhaps bear
too elaborate scrutiny. But we have
been considering the gradual transfer of
the preponderance of physical strength
from the hands of the war-loving portion
of the human race into the hands of the
peace-loving portion into the hands of
the doliar-hunters, if you please, but out
of the hands of the scalp-hunters. Ob
viously to double the numbers of a pre
eminently industrious, peaceful, orderly,
and free-thinking community is some
what to increase the weight in the world
of the tendencies that go toward making
communities free and orderly and peaceful
and industrious. So that, from this puint
of view, the fact we are speaking of is
well worth considering, even for its phy
sical dimensions. I do not know whether
the United States could support a popu
lation everywhere as dense as that of
Belgium, so I will suppose that with or
dinary improvement in cultivation and
in the industrial arts, we might support
a population half as dense as that of Bel
gium, and this is no doubt an extremely
moderate supposition. Now, a very
simple operation in arithmetic will show
that this means a population of fifteen
hundred millions, or more than the pop
ulation of the whole world at the pres
ent date. Another very simple opera
tion in arithmetic will show that if we
were to go on doubling our numbers
even once in every twenty-five years,
we should reach the stupendous figure at
about the close of the twentieth century,
that is, in the days of our
trreat-great-grandchildren. I do not
predict any such result.for there are dis
cernable economic reasons for be
lieving that there will be a dim
inution in the rate of increase. The rate
must nevertheless continue to be very
great in the absence of such causes as
formerly retarded the growth of popula
tion in Europe. Our modern wars are
hideous enough, no doubt, but they are
short. They are settled with a few heavy
blows, and the loss of life and property
occasioned by them is but trifling when
.compared with the awlul ruin and deso
lation wrought by the perpetual and
protracted contests of antiquity and of
tne Middle Ages. Unromc warfare, both
. private and public, periodic famines, and
" sweeping pestilence like the Black Death
these were the things which formerly
.shortened human life and kept down
population. In the absence of such
causes, and with the abundant capacity
of our country for feeding its people, I
think it an extremely moderate state
ment if we say that by the end of the
next century the English race in the
United States will number at least Bix or
seven hundred millions.
In the United States of America a
century heDce we shall therefore doubt
less have a political aggregation im
measurably surpassing in power and in
dimensions any empire that has yet
existed. But we must now consider for
a moment the probable future career of
me XiQKiian race in ower parts oi tne
world. The colonization of North Ameri
ca by Englishmen had its direct effects
mpon the eastern as well as upon the
western side of the Atlantic The im
mense growth of the commercial and
naval strength of England between the
time of the elder Pitt was intimately
connected with the colonization of North
America and the establishment of planta
tions in the West Indies.
These circumstances reacted power
fully upon the material development of
England, multiplying manifold the di
mensions of her foreign trade, increasing
proportionately her commercial marine,
.ana giving her in the eighteenth
century the dominion over the seas.
Endowed with this maritime suprema
cy, she has aith an 'unerring
instinct proceeded to seize upon
the keys of empire in all parts of the
world Gibraltar, Malta, the Isthmus of
Suez, Aden, Ceylon, the coasts of Aus
tralia, island after island inhe Pacific
every station, in short, that commands
the pathways of maritime commerce, or
guards the approaches to tb barbarous
countries which she is begrning to re
gard as in some way her natural herit
age. Any well-filled album of postage
stamps is an eloquent commentary on
this maritime supremacy of England.
It is enough to turn one's head to look
over her colonial blue-books. The na
tural outcome of all this overflowing
vitality it is not difficult to forepee. No
one can carefully watch what is going on
in Africa to-day without recognizing it as
the same sort of thing which was going'
on in iNortn America in tne seventeenth
century; and it can not fail to bring, forth
similar results in course of time. Here
is a vast country, rich in beautiful
scenery, and in recources of timber
and minerals, with a salubrious cli
mate and fertile soil, with great navigable
rivers and inland lakes, which will not
much longer be left in control of tawny
lions and long-eared elephants, and negro
fetich-worshippers. Already five flour
ishing English States have been estab
lished in the south, besides the settle
ments on the Gold Coast, and those at
Aden commanding the Red Sea. Eng
lish explorers work their way with in
finite hardship through its untraveled
wilds, and track the courses of the Congo
and the Nile as their forefathers tracked
the Potomac acd the Hudson. The work
of La Salle and Smith is finding its coun
terpart in the labors of Baker and Liv
ingstone. Who can doubt that within
two or thiee centuries the African conti
nent will be occupied by a mighty nation
of English descent, and covered with pop
ulous cities and flourishing farms, with
railroads and telegraphs and free schools
and other devices of civilization as yet
undreamed of? If we look next to
Australia we find a country of more
than two thirds the area of the United
States, with a temperate climate and im
mense resources, agricultural andmineral,
a country sparsely peopled by a race of
irredeemable savages hardly above the
level of brutes. Here England within
the present cenfury has planted five
greatly thriving states, concerning which
I have not time tosaymucn, but one fact
will serve for an example. When in
America we wish to illustrate in one
word the wonderful growth of our so
called Northwestern States, we refer to
Chicago, a city of half a million inhabi
tants standing on a spot which fifty
years ago was an uninhabited marsh. In
Australia the city of Melbourne was
founded in 1837, the year when the
present Queen of England began to
reign, and the btate of which it is the
capital was hence called Victoria. This
city, now just forty-eight years old has
a population half that of Chicago, has a
public library of 200,000 volumes, and
has a university with at least one pro
fessor of world-wide renown. When we
see, by-the-way, within a period of five
years, and at such remote points upon
the eaitu's surface, such erudite and
ponderous works in the English language
issuing from the press as those of Profes
sor Hearn of Melbourne, of Bishop Co
lenso of Natal, and of Mr. Hubert Ban
croft of San Francisco, even such a little
commonplace fact as this is fraught with
wonderful significance when we think oi
all that it implies. Then there is New
Zealand, with its climate of perpetual
spring, where the English race is now
multiplying faster than anywhere else in
the world, unless it be in Texas and
Minnesota. And there are in the Pacific
Ocean many rich and fertile spots where
we shall very soon see the same things
" It is not necessary to dwell upon such
considerations as these. It is enough to
point to the general conclusion that the
work which the English race began
when it colonized North America is des
tined to go on until every land on the
earth's surface that is no't already the
seat of an old civilization shall become
English in its language, in its religion, in
its political habits and traditions,
and to a predominant extent in the
blooa of its people. The day is
at hand when four-fifths of the hu
man race will trace its pedigree to Eng
lish forefathers, as four-fifths of the
white people in the United States trace
their pedigree to-day. The race thus
spread over both hemispheres, and from
the rising to the setting sun, will not fail
to keep that sovereignty of the sea and
that commercial supremacy which it be
gan to acquire when England first
stretched its arm across the Atlantic to
theshores of Virginia and Massachusetts.
The language spoken by tb?Be com
munities wiH not be sundered into dia
lects like the language of the ancient
Romans, but perpetual intercommunica
tion and the universal habit of reading
and writing will present its integrity,
and the world's business will be transact
ed by English-speaking people to so
great an extent that whatever language
any man may have learned in his in
fancy, he will find it necessary sooner or
later to learn or express his thoughts in
English. And in this way it is by no
means improbable that, as Jacob Grimm
long since predicted, the language of
Shakespeare will ultimately become the
language of mankind.
Prostrated, debilitated, enfeebled, they
feel as if they were hardly worth picking
up. They would hardly '(rive the toss of
a bright penny for a chance of a choice
between life and death. But evea such
forlorn people can be renewed by the use
of Brown's Iron Bitters. It vitalizes the
blood, tones the nerve?, and renovates
the system. Mr. Isaac C. Weed, Burr's
Mills, O., says: "I used Brown's Iron Bit
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The Earnings of Authors.
A good deal has lately been said and
written about the large sums which
British ahthors have made bv the sale
of their works. Scott obtained 110,000
for eleven novels and nine volumes of
tales; Lord Beaconefield was offered
10,000 for "Endymion;" George Eliot
received 7,000 ior "Bomola;" and it is
reported that her "Life" has already put
8,000 into the pockets of the publishers.
The profits of several continental authors
have, however, been equally substantial.
Lamartine received 20,000 for his his
tory and 1,800 for "La Chute d'un
Ange;" for the manuscript of "Notre
Dame" Victor Hugo was paid 2,400;
Chateaubriand made 22,000 by his
books; Thiers disposed of his "History
of the Consulate and Empire" for 20,
000; and even Lamennais obtained on.
an average 600 for each of his volumes,
Judged from the pecuniary point of Tie w
M. Emile Zola is probably the mostsoc
cesefol of living authors. A Paris paper
to which haii an occasional oootritmtor
states that his income from literary work
has during the past five years averaged
12,000. London News.-
Bernard Murphy, Champion Youth
Walker of Australia, says is the Mel
bourne Sportsman: "On Monday, previous
to me arnica witn jjrmea, oi cyuney, l
was attacked' with' the 'stitch.1 I could
not walk another yard, and gave up all
hope of winning. I was advised to trv
St. Jacobs Oil. I did so, rubbing a little
on my siae. x nave not oeen trouDiea
since, and Won my match."
Eating off Gold.
Mrs. Aster's supper to twenty of her
intimate iriends was given recently. On
that occasion the famous service of solid
gold was used. These yellow dishes are
seldom brought out from the Astor vault.
They cost $100,000, it is said, though I
have heard the figures exaggerated to
$2o0,000. Anyhow, there is no great
extravagance in tnem, lor the metal can
at any time be melted into gold bullion,
and onlv the workmanship lost. I have
attended many of the Astor entertain
ments, but never one when the gold
utensils were displayed. A friend how
has had that inestimable privilege de
clared that she didn't enjoy the experi
ment very much, after all.
"In the first place," she said, "the eat
ables were completely overcome and
dominated by the plates on which they
were served. The daintiest morsels
seemed to have no flavor at all, and after
a while I fancied that they became im
pregnated with the peculiar metallic
taste. And then I got it into my head
that the man sitting opposite to me was
a detective in disguise, placed there to
see that I did not slip a plate into my
bodice. He was afterward introduced to
me, and I had reason to believe that his
covert glances were purely sentimental,
but they spoiled my sup he same.
No thank you, fine china ware is good
enough for me."
Soldiers in the late war established the tact that
huckleberry was much more efficacious in chronic
bowel troubles than tlackbtrry. Dr. Biegers'
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Spiders are said to eat 26 times their
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"Wells' Health Renewer" for Dyspepsia, Dekili y.
"Rough on Toothache.,' Instant relief. 15o.
It is said a pinch of powdered alum
dropped into a pitcher of muddy water
will clear it almost instantly.
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Texas hotel keepers contemplate
forming a hotel pool similar to the pres
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Is It Not Singular
that consumptives should be the least
apprehensive of their own condition,
while all their friends are urging and
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The mercury has touched 58 degrees
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Ofthe 623 newspapers and periodi
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482 are in German.
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The New York. TKbuae in its market report, ex
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U removes Faintness. Flatulency, destroys all craviaf
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pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
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' 3TPielf Wife
M toa Ut i a rfitiar low aad
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"Whof '? .
Twenty yean afo, becaa
"Withered aad afwir ' si
Before) her time, from
"Malarial report, though aha zaade no1
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"A short time ago I purchased your
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and it occurred tome that the remedy'
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terest, and ia now as handsome a matron
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"The dear creature just looked orei
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that reminds mo there might be more
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Hoping you may long be spared to
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I O. L. Jamks,
Bkxtsviixb. Prince George Co., Md.,
May 26th, 1883.
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FRANK WILSON, Fsabodg, Mass.
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PILES! PILES! I
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FOR THE BLOOD.
The past year I have used Ktdneu-Wortmnrm than
ever, and with the bat results. Taksiialliiiall-iti
mhemost successful remedy I haw everuied."
ruiUAP u. BALLOU.JLDMonltton, VI.
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