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T. H. BEA.TJL1EU, Kditor.
WHITE EARTH. MEW
"What are you building darling*'
I asked of girlie fair,
As she quietly sat on the hearth rug
Piling her blocks with care.
And the ruddj glow of the fire light
Danced on her golden hair.
"I am building a castle, mother,"
My little maid replied
"And these are the walls around it,
And head is a gateway wide,
And this is a funny stairway
To climb up by the side ft
i The busy, flitting fingers
Went on with her pretty play,
A.nd the castle valis weie Using
In the fading winter day
When a sudden, luckless motion,
And all in ruin lay'
Ah merry little builder,
The i ear's with stealthy feet,
May bring full manj a lsion,
Of castles rare and sweet
To end like your baby pastimes
In rum sad and fleet
You laush o%er
the toy walls fallen
So sunshine follows rain.
And we may srnne looking backward
At ruined shrire and fane
While the neart hath shattered temples
It may not TMld a?din.
Lucj Fleming, Cfu istian at ]lok.
A SUCCESSFUL FAILURE.
How ~I -Would Teach a Boy to be
a True Bayard.
Mfmmn never used to act like that,
till Alice as engaged I makes all the
difference in the woild when 3011 have
a sister who assumes the "going to be
married" dignity, and gets private lit
teis tkat she goc off into a cornel to
read, and wears a ung with a real dia,
And Alice was engaged to a Toptree,
and they wn such .in ancient family
that I got vei tued of their-genoalogi
cal tree, besides feeling^ery small, and
of no account, after Fenwick "JTree-
ns I often tiled him, had conde-
scended to come into the fxmiry, foi
Alice looked dow.i on Dorothy and I
from that pinnacle.
Mv name is plain M.u-y, and nothing
else. Minima often told me thit she
vcurly called me "Hose Marj cin
that would liiM'bcen plea&ant, foi in
the language of ihnveis it means "re-
When ick Turpiu went off to seaas
ship smgPonshe bowed him out 01tiki
the front dooi heisclf, and didn't give
Inni a chance io say good-b}e tom e,
onl) she couldn't see. as I did, the
pleading look in eyes that said, '-bo
tii/o to me. 1 knew, though not a
Joid wis spoken. But papa shook
binds waimh and said, "G^e us the
light of3 our countenance again, John,"
Hid I thought i* pcifcctTy swept cf the
ivhite-hiiied old dailing. But then
papa isn't a "moll or with mariiagea
bh guK" so he ran sa^ things.
It was that set mamma so much
against Phil Rowlock, and theie comes
mj ene\ance. He was talking to the
fan Ethel Winman one evening, and
Mhen speaking of a mutual acquaint
ance, chanced to sa "Of course
she ciicomages all the young men
to the house, for she has mauiageable
girls" It wasn't am body we knew,
but I saw mamma freezp up at once
ivnd know he 11 id offended her. Fo
she did not wai i 11, to many, and sajs
it is a libel men and Ixrys st.ut nowa
days that if 3011 ask a male creatine
to 3 our home 3011 aie 3 earning to take
him to 3our heartand half the time
they ai not able to support them
selves, much less a wife. For boys,
now-a-davs, she 513 s, are talking about
the other ae\ as if they weie gian
fathers,, and had experi**ee. I know
tht'3 0,o talk and act foolish, and when
blether Will is tilking about my ex
'tvaxagant dress, 1 do a sharp little sum
$a, arithmetic, and find that while I am
satisfied with a ten-cent muslinin sum
mer, they wear dollar-a-yard tweed,
and more jewelry than is good taste
for a girl.
bo I was provoked at Phil, for he is a
good sort of a boy, onlv he thinks it
sounds big to sneer at girls. I often won
der that bo3 with sisters can do it. I
shouldn' wonder at an orphan, if his
mother died before he knew any thing
about her, but bo3S with sisters* should
And I said something like that to the
bo3 s, and that it was a mark of a higher
civilization to be able to show proper
respect for our sex, and not treat them
as an infeiioi, for that day was past.
And then I told them a bit thepapeis
about a class being asked "Why Moses
wasa gentleman?" and one little boy
said, "Because when the daughters of
Jcthro wont to draw water the shep
herds drove them away, but Moses
helped them, and said to the shepherds:
iiadies fust, please.'
And I hope Moses did it in afiiendly
.sort of wa3, as one chum might to an
other, and not as if the girls were his
inferior-* in any way. Whittier knows
what 1 mean, for he wrote:
O for a Knight like Bayard,
Without reproach or fear
And i always thought he was on,^ Q
that sort himself.
Well, after that, mamma was. more
'severe than ever, and talked severely
about ladies who were too free and
easy with their girls, and Phil didn't
come back, and Jack: Turp'in was at
And then one day papa's second
cousin, Randolph Mass&y, came to visit
us. He Avas a model young man and
polite to torture, always standing till
we weie seated, if we entered the room
just for a momentand ever ready to
pick up a peanut shell if any one hap
pened to drop one. We all thought his
manners perfect, and I held him up as
a model to the bo}s, he was leally
moie polite than Jack.
But one night as we sat in the diaw
ia^-room singing, there was a sudden
cry of lire from the kitchen we didn't
stop for Randolph to hold the door
open and bow us out, 1 assure 3011. I
was in the launch-}, and a cold north
wind made it dangerous for the house.
Will was away, there was only papa,
who had rheumatism, and Tom, who
was dizzy with a raging headache, to
go up on that roof and hold the hose.
I went up the ic3r
ladder, and was busi-
ly dienching the roof of the laundiw,
when I felt myself held up b3 strong
annaanil turned i-esentfully to find
"Jack." took the hose from my
hand, but took the hand, too, and held
me, saying wildly. "I've got \ou at
last, dear, and I mean to keep you,
though it 1-5 as breezy up here as" the
And he held me fast and put out the
fire at the sairc ti^e, t/mie mamma,
wiio a are not mount, kept calling:
"3 i,p there with you Mar
And all this time Ba3 ard the Knight,
who was ever iead3 to anticipate our
slightest wisli sat by the tire in the li
brm and smoked cigars, for it was
"too cold to ventaie cmt ^a tlit,re
xvi.s so luucn help, you know
And mamma didn't saj a word, even
when Jack helped me put on my cloak
after our toilets were renovated, and
boldlv took me for along Avalk* I sup
pose she thought fate too much for her,
taking the tiouble to land him on the
roof to find me for once alone.
But Dorothy wa*. angry and so was
Alice. "To think of you, who always
said 3011 had a caieer, and would neAer
marrj. taking up with a 1)03 like Jack,"
said 1113 eldest- ^c..
.ill unnecessary arti-
cles, told him I wasieady for any thing,
And I put on an old blue silk, for 1
know lhatgoods resisted contagion best,
and wound up my hair on the top oi
my head. 'Where thou goest I will
go, Jack," I said.
It is no use to tell what we did then,
for the long days and nightsof death,
and loathsome, slow recoveries A.nd
as we reached that summer land, Jack
told me he was in for it, and kissed me
"good-bye" just before he lost con
sciousness. 6\er his handsome face
came the fearful scourge, but I painted
the sores faithfully, and held his hands
when he would fain tear off the terrible
scars. And when months after we left
home, we were once more purified jtnd
on our way back to civilization, h
asked me it I e\e legretted giving
up my career for his, sake. *'You are
a successful failure, dearest,
And when Jack calls me his "blessed
successful failure," I often think,
though I do not confess it, that if I
ever have to teach a boy how to be a
true Bajaul, I will not begin by teach
ing him dancing attendance on thr
weaker sex, but will teach him in plain
English the meaning of the motto:
"Horn soit qui mal pense"Evil to
him who evil thinks.Annie L, Jack,
in Women's Magazine.
A RACY BOOK.
Scintniating with fcarca'im and Brilliant
JVew York Letter.
Chap. I, Has Malaria," goes to Florida.
Chap. II. Overw rked, goes to Europe.
Chap. III. Has Rheumatism," goes to Ems.
Chap. IV. Has i row with his Doctor.
I have read a desa of sarcasm in my day
but I never read anything equal to the sar
casm contained 11 the above four chaptered
book, written by some anonymous. I sus
pect the experience portrayed is a personal
one the author intimates as much, on page
31. Let me give you a synopsis:
"Malaria" as it states, is the cloak with
which superficial physicians cover up a
multitude of ill feelings winch they do not
understand, and do not much care to in
vestigate. I is also a cover for such dis
eases as they can not cure. When they ad
vise their patient to travel or that he has
overworked and needs rest and is probably
suffering from malaria, it is a confession of
ignorance or of inability."
The patient goes abroad. The change is
a tonio and ior a time he feels better. Comes
home Fickle appetite, frequent headaches,
severe colds, cramps, sleeplessness, irrita
bility, tired eehngs, and general unfitness
for business are succeeded in due time by
alarming attacks of rheumatism which flits
about his body regardless of all human
It is muscularin his back. Articular
in his joints Inflammatory, my! how he
feai it willflyto his heart!
"Now off he goes to the springs. The
doctor sends him there, of course, to get
well at the same time he does not really
want him to die on his hands!
That would hurt his business!
0 gioiied in
Fell wick being a do/,en years the
senior, and then Dorothy began. "Yes,
and aftci all the study you have done,
to give 3ourself away like that," but
when I looked into dear Jack's dark
e\es 1 was amply contented.
I did want to study medicine, and had
pictured to 1113 sell the good I would do
in the woiid hen I got thiough eolk'ge
and put up my shingle. I had studied
many books, practiced on many cut
fingds, and mule bushels of poultices.
And when I washed out the clothes
aftei some pitientS linseed poultices,
I u^cd to think Hat would not tall to
my share whe 1 I became a doctor, foi
I noticed the weio vei\ fastidious
about the actual work. Then I had
elped mamma pull all the childien
iluough the meisle^ and scailet fever,
112: both diseases myself after thcA
weie all better, and helping the doctoi
set Tom's leg and euro Hint's gun
shot wound, when Dick mistook him
for a partridge, all made me handiei
than most gnls for hospital woik. Foi
I had to be irned before Alice, and
Jack and I went hick ?o rue seaand
all thiousrh biain clumiga long
siege of sea-sickness ian the lefrain:
"Si ihng, sailing
Oicr tho stormj. mam
and then, a*- 1 dupor lmcli would be
given to the vessel, I would menSify
Many a stormy Trr shall blow,
Hre Jai.li comes home a-am
I was with Jack now, and home was
afar offwe were our way to the
Bnttsh Hondni is for a cirgo of ugar
And one da\ as I la3 in 1113 berth
sea-sick md home-sick in spite of Jack,
he came looking very pale. I asked
languidly what was the mactei, as a
big green wa\e dashed gamst the
poi t-hole. i
"Don't be alarmed, dear," he said,
"buttlieie is small-pox on board, and
and I must leave 3011 and keep \o
isolated, with the other three lust cabin
And then I fif^se in my might and
asked him wh it he took me for, to keep
itself like a baby when he was in dan
ger. And I got out of bed. an dreoea,
and took down all my medical books,
and packing awajT
Better for a few days. Returns. After
a while neuralgia transfixes him. He
bloats, can not breathe, has pneumonia,
can not walk can not sleep on his left side
is fietful very nervous and irritable is
pale and flabby has frequent chills and
fevers everything about him seems to go
wrong becomes suspicious musters up
courage and demands to know what is kill
"Great heaven'" he cries, "wh have
you kept me so long in ignorance'"
"Because," said the doctor, I read your
fate five years ago I thought best to keep
you ignorant of the facts
He dismisses his doctor, but too late I His
fortune has all gone in fees
But him, what becomes of him?
The other day a well known Wall Street
banker said to me "it is really astonishing
how prevalent bright's disease is becoming.
Two of my personal friends are now dying
of it But it is not incurable I am certain,
for my nephew was recently cured when
his physiciaos said recovery was impossible.
The case seems to me to be a wonderful
one" This gentleman foimerly repre
sented his government in a foreign country.
He knows, appreciates and declares the
value of that preparation, because his
nephew, who is a son of Danish Vice-Consul
Schmidt, was pronounced incurable when
the remedy, Wai ner's safe cure, was begun.
"Yes," said his father, I was very skep
tical, but smc8 taking that remedy the boy
I happen to know what it was that cured
the boy, for G-enl Christiansen, of Droxel,
Morgan & Co's., told me that it was that
'wonderful remedy Warner's safe cure
Well, I suspect the hero of the book cured
himself by the same means
I can not close my notice better than by
quoting the author's ad\ ice
"If, myfuend, you have such an experi
ence as I have poi tray eel, do not put yom
trust in physicians to the exclusion of oth
er remedial agencies They have no monop
oly over disease and I personally know that
many of taem would far prefer that their
patients should go to Heaven direct from
their powerless hands than that they should
be sa\ ed to earth by the use of any un
Geoi gia Snakes.
Taylor Strickland, the negro who
killed the homed snake some time agj,
killed another a few da3 ago, e\ iden 13
a mate to the first, and near the same
place, sijs a dispatch from Gumming,
Geoigia. I measured nine feet* hid a
bull-like head, neaily as lax go as a
call's and a four inch horn on the end
of its tail. An old du-ky standing by
when the description was given, said*
"Dat was'er mighty small snake of
its kind. I killed one down imde Chat
tahoochee bottom dat mezeredi thirteen
feet, un had er horn seven inches. I
had deadened all de timber on bof sides
er river fa'iz yo could see. I
'low dat was er biggest snake ever
foun' in dis slate.
said, and I acknowledged that I had
been instrument^ in God's hands oi
doing good and., helping the afflicted.
But I knew I, should, have boon a doctoi
if I hadn't mot Jack, for he was
Oily, only lpve and I was willing tc
give hir#, tjhe- first place in my coveted
career &S. well as in my affections, tc
help h^m and those he wished to cure,
to be. his in sickness and health. But
then I did not want to be thought his
interior, and when we reached home
and the boja called me a "little brick,"
and Alice TopVree gav me a warm wel
come, and Dorothy told me she was en
gaged to Phil, just walked up
mamma and said: 'Wha a relief it
must be to your troubled soul, moth,ei
dear, that you can not muoh longer be
accused of being 'a mother with mar
Yer knows mighty little
'bout snakes ef yo"1
th ng else i
dinks dat, said
another white haired old daiky, who
looked disgusted at such a weak recital
of leptile stories. I kill er snake one
time down in south Georgia what was
fifteen feet long un bigger 'round en
my body it jes' eat all de hogs en
chickens un young calves in de settle
ment. One day it cum to de skool
house dooi un look in at de winder,
dat skool was-de quickes' absolved yo1
eber did see After dat all de white
folks un niggars turned out wid guns
un dogs, sarched till dey found him.
He was trying 'tear drag an old ox he'd
kil'd down inter an
old well wen dey
*'Dar wuz black snake run dis
nigger one time," remarked another
darky who had been an attentive listen
er to the foregoing tales. I wu
lishin' in de Hightower, ha-vin'
mighty good luck, when I see a long
pole er soi ter flotin' down stream, well
dat didn't caision no notis, Ijis fish on,
but mighty soon dat pole stick his head
up right dare under me, gollv! it
wur no pole, it wu a snake wid er
head long 'es 1113- arm. 1 jes' jump
back er bout fifteen feet started
cross fields fences wid that snake
lookin' over my shoulder all 'etime
he'd sort a turn up he head az if axin'
why I didn't run. He teas mo dat way
erbout four niiles, un I happen to run
pas' er big sycamore tree, er snake
wur 80 Uizv lookin* up in my fice he
didn't notis de tree, un jis run right up
de top. When I look back, da he
wuz, his head pintin' straight up
waitin* fo' meter come down.
"Is you member aw de chu'eh, son-
ney?" asked the first old daikey.
"Yes, sah I'se cr deacon. Why?"
"Kase dar wur some feat'ers in dat
narratly dat seemed kind er 'jection
able. Bu if you's er deacon, I know
in course it's right."
As your daughters gi ow up, teach
them at leist the tiue merits of house
keeping and cookeiy. They will thank
3 ou for it in latter 1 fe a great deal
mere ftian for accomplishments.
No better can be made of the
small potatoes than to cook them to!
Xhe hens, and if fed alone they wHlre
qnire no other handling it i
to mash when some!
be fed wit Po-
son, anu for dnoka ai
4. UUCKS an a geese are su*
penor to any thing else.
After removing the mulch in the
spring from the strawberries hoe be
tween the lows after the soil shall have
become somewhat warmed, as that wilt
let more warmth and air clown to the
roots. A small portion of wood ashes
scattered along the rows after hoeing
would be van beneficiaL
A General Tie-up
of all the means of public conveyance in a
large city, even for a few hours, during a
strike of the employes, means a general
paralyzing of trade and industi for the
time being, and is attended with an enoi
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How much more serious to the individual is
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Boston wants to erect a monument
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too Detroit has
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TAN actoi knows hi8 lines when they are
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IHE tanned article that goes the qaickest
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please state that you saw the advsrtise
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THE farmer who employs a wood-chopper,
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ing a hack.
A. WOODMAN, like the piay-writer, should
be judged by his ax.S'*/'tings.
MEN who area great deal run after
fugitives from justiceBoston Courier.
TH3 average watering place is maintained
by those who are trying to sea euro their
wastdd health Duluth Paraqrapher.
Or bourse Solomon was the wisest man.
A fellow with seven hundred wives has a
chance to get instruction. Journal of Edu
FOOE letters of the alphabet are always in
A, FTCTING tributepaying your tailor's
bill]New Haven News.
CAN a blind man be held liable for a bill
wh^eh he accepted payable at Bight?J?i-
JHEBE is nothing that will warm up a
mam's language so much as dropping a
chink of ice down hie back.Fall Jiiver
THE "rubber trust" must have organized
for the purposa of furnishing consciences
to the other trusts.Chicago Journal.
SHAMBOCKSthose composed of pamt and
scenery on the stage.
BOUGH ON BATSthe kid glove manufac
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TEEEE IS one crop that never fails. It
belongs to the chicken. Bobton Post.
THE man who invests mining stock is
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AN editor's sanctum may not be furniBhed
with velvet carpets and moonlight-on-a
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