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The unknown shore, th unknown shore
I see it in tny dreatn;
And in my blhssial walng hours
So beiutiful it seems I'
I faiin would launch myearthly bark
Upon the open sea,
s To renbi that distant uoknown shore,
t So radiant to me.
1 O lower bedecked ! O ,w begemmod!
The wondrous.n unkn61n shore I
Anil they who stand n pn its baunks,
r Nor weep nor sorrowt tore.
Green pnstures lie thil intire way,
The water by it flowe.
And -acred lily-blossomo grow
Beide tho Sharon rose.
The yellow flood comes siputkering.down,
Pailin trees are bnthed in light ;
Ont from among tho branchestlit.
Firange birds with pju matge bright.
Bird-notes are hearl il rustling leaves;
1I'irp-tones are float g o'er:
Sernphic songs by seraph suug,
Ecuho on that fair shore.
I see no spectre on thos'hore;
The hving Chljat is t.4erol
Ile beokons mo *th o a hands,
-. l istenstto my .
0 sonl, go forth with a fMr,
To find the unknow shore,
And all tihy dread an - 1 thy doubts
Thy darkness, all 4 der, b.
The Thun Storm,
BIY OR~otO RENTlCuK.
Ifiever was a m (f feeblt courage.
Tiere are but few ties of either hit
ian or elrtieetal MI fe, uptlon which I
have not, looked wit .a brow of darin.
1 Jinve stood iitbatu. v. when the whirl.
vind was rentdingoA from.tlheir rocky
clills, atnd scatteringibwemn to the clouds.
I have -cen. thesw Ings with a Iwel
hn.g soul thaV ne bt of danger; but
there i4 somehmng n the thunder's
voice t hat. makes e t', Lremble like a
child. I have tri o overcome this
unman!v wikneess. have called-pride
to my aid; I lia yen ought to
lit1t11titlieti ily 1110lO r
tr h urain lessona
ycl-ud, tiy e hi 1 + quiveran
. My dread of.tlhunntlr had its origiti in
an incident, that occurred whe' I was
a' boy of ten years. I had a cousin. a
girl of the s'ame age as myself, who had
belii the cutistant.* Companion of my
.childiood. Strange that after the lapse
of so . many year, that countenance
should bo fainiliar to ume I cati see the
bilight young creature, her eyes f1ashi tg
like a beautiful gut, her free loc-s
streaming as with joy upon 'the rising
gtle ; itr cleek .glowing like. a ruby
throtigh 'transparent snow. - Her'voice
iad the iuelody and joyousness of a
bird'f antd wnIt 14ho boiatded over the
wiodlm *d, hill. or freslh greet valley,
shou ing a glad anawer to every* voico
(f ntitturk-, and clapping her little hatnds,
ii tlwu very ecstacy of her y'oung exis.
tence', she looked as if breukimg away, a
.freo nighnLigale frotm the earth, and go.
ing oil wthero all things are beautiful aid
happy like her.
It was in the niiddle of August. he
little girl had been raosing some days at
my father's hotse', and site was now to
return home. Her path lay across the
fields, and .1 gladly bcitme the compan.
ion of her. walk. Lnever knew a sum.
nier morning tmore beautiful and still.
But one -cloud . wa visible, and ihat
seemned as pure aw, white, peaceful. as
if it h1ad beun the -it -ense amoke of some
burning censer of tlb skies.. The leaves
hutng silent in the - oods. the wAters in
teto bay forgot theirundu.atiig, the flow.
era were'.bendinig tahir heads as if dream.
ing of thie raiubom anud dew",'and the at.
moatphere fas of juth a soft , und luxuri
ous sweetess th4 it seemned a .cloud of
toaes? adittered Jowvn by the hand of a
:.zeri frohi the faroffgarsdin of Paradise.
Thio' ~reek eart~ atnd bhtse. Eater lay
abrt - .in thueir Imndleseas, ald he
peaceful aky' iig 'dver thenm. The.
r butupp h nii-as oft " sh
fio~~~r ho w ndde~a h
before, and there - was not even a
quiver npon the sleeping waters
.o iel1 of the hurricane. The temp.
esL wai oinevitable. As the only resort,
we fled to a mighty oak that stood at
the foot of the precipice. ' Here we re.
lke bloody giants in the.sky. -The
maied and gazed breathlesly upon
the clouds , martialitg.. themselvbs
thunder was not freguent, but every
burst was so -fearful t6 i the young
creature who stood beside me, shult
her eyes convulively, ch11g with Oes
perate strength to my arm, shrieki'ng as
if her he" rt would break. Ii a few
minutes the storm was uponmis. .}Pir.
sng the height of its fairy the little girl
Iited her fingers towards the preecice
which towered above us- looked, and
saw an , athystine pe4k--the-text
moment udo opened and the moun
tain tot. o its foundtaion; a roar
like the' oof the universe filled the
air, and I felt myself blinjed and thrown
I knew not whither.
-How long I remained insensible I
cannot tell g but when consciousness re.
-turned, the violence of the tenpest was
abating, the roaring of iinds was dving
on the tree-tops, and the deep tones of
thunder cloud came .in faint mirmhars
froth the eastern hills. I rose and look
ed trenilngly and almoisly deliriouAv
around. *ho was there the dear idol of
,lly infait -loe, strbtched ont on 'the
earth. * After' w moment of irresolutioi,
I went and looked upon her. - The
handkerehil, 4upon her neck was slight.
ly -rent.' A 'single -red and dark spot
upon her bosom .told where the pathway
of death had been.
At first .[ clasped her to my breast
with a cryof agony, and thaen laid her
down and daze.e tp4 her face with al
most ft-elings of calmness. Her bright
-disheveled rin'glis., prond her brow;
the lookof teror 'hiad faded from her
hips, and infai swiles were pictured
thero; the rd rosa.tinga upoil her cheek
Its yll jlife bl esd it to
ed, and*I not my Iemrt wRSt' ret
I have but,- a dim recllectioh of what
followed ; I * kn%' thanti remaained we,.p.
imye atad nmotioldlss'. till the coiing
twilight, And I Weas taken tenderly by
th' hand and ledaO'-y where I saw the
Coiunii e~aniace, of padhJts and sisters.
- Many'year lavo gone by on the
wings. of' lihat.and .hndows but the
scn I have portrayed stili come over
me with a. terrikle' distinctness. The
oak yitt sitanda Ot the botioi of the [pre
cipices, but its.limbs are black anid dead,
and tlie hollow trunk looks upward to
the sky. as if cnlling to the clouds for
drink, is an enibleip,of decay.
0nevyear ago * tihited the spot, and
the thonglts. of fy-gon yenra came
mqirfniftlly' to ,me. I tbought-.of tie
little iIago(ent-being who fell by my side
hke some beantiful tr*' ofispring,'rent
by tho' whirlwind in the inidst of its
bloSsoming. But I remmbered-and
oh 1-1hera wiasjoy ih th'e nemny--that
she had gotewhors no tighitnings slum'
her in ihe rainbow eloud, and where'thi,
sunlight wat'rs re brekeil only by Pse
form breath o'f Omhipntence.
My readers will' imderetand' why I
shrink in terror fryim thunder. Even
the consciousness oT security is no relief.
to me-mv fears have assuinied the na..
tnre of an inis' iuct, and seem indeed part
of my existence.
' A NKODOTI. o aDNR JotNsTot.-,"M.
W. M."-&ays a;d exchainge, seyda us the
following anecdote df .the-later Gene Sid.
meyomm ina : . ,
*"WhileSidney sfohris'on -reqided. on
Oyster~ creek. in T1etas,. he kept a'tare
Mexican li'on, 'of whchb h6- wva very
fond, and which fonloived nnm. evry
ivhere-like a dog. -On? day'..whileat
.dinner With a&nieral Lamar hatd Rev,
Mr. F'ontaine, he was'feeding hliiWy Wgrv
peices. of tfnear, and happeheng to grive'
'him a rare nihoe, wthkboddr
froma in, th4k Ilin seizedthaad a
held it, cruahhig it and Arowlng'WirmW.
fr, with adi yfes 4xed on jaia basten'
en. Johnp ,without a cry'of pain -i
A68 sjeb 4 otlookced utea;dily as
bhge d geld uietl,* several iihe.,- k l
-6)a. , Anq~ ima.j ,only growlq$
m; Jahad hit Iwhen, turning *
tdhe - hiof to'lhat~
hind, blew out the ri.;~
~h lnd *~a~~~~~d
h:. e. 9 he
HoNy. A CONDUCTon SAyPD A yO'oU
LADY FROM J IgNG OoKEC:D TO DEA'r H.
--Not long since C6nductor Cawlev had
the blesed orivilege of carrying ot a
loving couple, who assmhffned the postbtn
of "Lord Ullin's Dkighter" and her be
trothed, so affectingly described in the
Teache' Instittit'iast week:
"One lovely hand wa4stretched for aid,
And one was round her'lover"-- .
Only in this csse instead of one hand be.
ing "stretched'for'aid," it was whtere the
other wats, encircling his inamorata.
Thmey' had evidently been up. or at least
awake, very late'the eve:ing before,
for the traimi had not reached Early till
the fematlo member of the firm was sotind
asleep-nothing to. be wondered at, for
the position she hid asumed was in every
way favorable to calm and sweet repose.
TfNI(, bysitters were simply antused -
but oonductor. Cawley, more exjper
ienced, foresaw serious. if not fatal re
stilts. A pproachintg tte sleeping mal.
den,'he took -no wrist in his hand. antl
'oyking at his watch wih a professional
air, after a few monents addrestsed the
"My dear sir, ;lo you not see-you are
iling your ladv ?"
"What?" exelaimed lte youth itn
"Don't yot sen you are killing that
young lady? Her pulse,is only eigh
tuengo the minute.no'w, and.uness ?o'u
let go your hold ground neck, yont will
have hter chokt-d .to death inl ten min.
' H -let go. There was laughter among
observers. htl CA wley passed demurely
- Household ald other Receipes.
Recent. Iron M.tmild, or Ink spots on
linett, n'y be removed, by pilowintg a
a drop of tallow fron a candle to fall on
the spot. before sending the article to
chlorideof lime. dissolhed in water, and
washmtinit il cold water afterwards. -
Ink st. in may he removed from
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Faded ribijohn may hoe rrestored to
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drawer with a battle of smelling salts
Te remove marking' ink stains front
limen-soak tI phrt in a strong solution
of corrosive subliniate, and afterwards
W1ash wall in water. -
GoLrw, ' VAxNISt-tIPtlverize- one
drachm of sal'ron nnd half a drachm of
dragon's bl1od. and put thtn into otto
pint. 6f spirits of wihe. ' Add two
oiiees of gtutn shell.llfe and two drachms.
of socatr,ane aloes - divolve the-whole by
a gentle - ieat. Yellow -paintted wood
varnisied with the mixt.are, Avill appear
almiost eqtal to gold. ,
. Ti-.rs TO LANDUxn j t Gtx..NEAL
SitxaR'AN S Onoxi:t-We observe, inl
the proceedings of the Setnate, ott the
1911h16 the ahthendmenit conifrming the
titlks of lunds issued by General Sher.
man, making them vahd for. three years
instepd of forever itas een a4opted. In,
this shape.tlbe bill'ivili donibtless become
a law. ,, Aiond tn apprehension on this
poimg.be realzed, wo shall have only'to
express our"eget that'the State abonid
be deprived of'the full benefits whicl '
mtight be -ecured from sthe'vast extent
of valuable territory known as the~ sea.
isla id. -)Ve are infprmed thtat i gentle.
mafoof-p1uthinence and titznonce left
ths-diy two days ag> fpr the purpose of
rttiy- re aentog to those parties, who
teem t ..tave-it mii themi poweor to pass
mthj mstfr tJieitnumeruble eviIf that
.J d ' t pent taje of f'airs, the -
S oNl ufet to alincalculable extet,
b~y pot hating, for the sext three years,
a *et~n an1indins Wich might bit
ecued~rog's ogs. o ecton antd
~l r~~lik'e such, theo
ati~s.14it:e lh ge -attd au
hei o perk thte plan.
, oer )yn method, will
~pnIing at.rd So'ste ly their
:iat itnois lbses tasa~tijnal fro
'iesg E&dit *o94opt7 to ~IthIeir grain
athbexen to that oiin, it adof sen#hi 4
by tS Mooa~suIes oS, re way ch