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THE MINISTER'S HEDtyl'lLT.
HY S t MANTUA ALLEN.
Thi: Ili'.itiitii in our rit'iliborh'wil liive
li;-i:!i piccein' up u bcdijuiit lor tlifir niiniv
t-r. l.i-.s ;iri.-:ii Iieil coo-ideriibli.', fii.'l
!:.! I S :n-!ay i:ho-il to our school hou.
nal I v. :;.-!i t to have any beJ-juilts
! iih' for l.iin '.viilioct lavin' my
1i;iliJ iu to help it along. I despise
the idee of folks beiii' feo sot 0:1 their
own ini.-1-tin hoiise-r. Tlierc in enough
worldly tiiiriL for folks to f.ht about
.iuch it.? lioiiH und the scinKil Mann, with
out tukiii' wiiat lilt'.e religion they huve itud
z j to jH.-!tin' e't h other with it. I alwavs
make a iiit of yoiu'to f;uiitin'b anyway,
whether I ii nil Me:hodist principle (as in
thin cae 1 or not; fur you can't be backtiited
to your face, that is a mural certainty.
I know wonu n jest like a book, for I
have been one quite a s;k-11. I always stand
up fur my own sects: still I know sartain
cifet ts foher K&rta'.ii cause", and quiltin' jest
set wouien to sianderiu' as easy ajd beauti
ful as anything you ever see. I was the
first one there; for re-as ms named I alway
I hadn't ln-en there long bef ire Mrs.
Deacon Dubbin.- conies; then the WMder
Tubbs; tlien Squire Edwards' wife and
M iL'irie Jfcow, and then the girls.
(We call em girls, though it would be just
as proper to call mutton lamb.)
Miss Wilkin's baby had the mumps, and
the Perdicks and iiowiiejshad unexpected
company, iiut with Miss Jones, where the
quiliiu' was held, and her girls, Mary Ann
and A'inar, we made a many as could
get around the quiit handy.
After the pathma-ster was deruorali.'d,
the school teacher tore to pieces, the party to
Perdicks scandalized, Sophronia Go w. ley's
character broke down ami her mother's
new Ix.nDi t pronounced a perfect fright
and tweiity years too young for her and
Miss Wilkin's baby voted an unquestiona
ble idiot, and the rest of the unrepresented
neighborhood dealt with. Lucimla Daggct
spoke up aad says she, "I hope the minister
will like the bed-qui.t."
"It haint no ways iike'.y he will.'' says
lier sister Ophelia: "fur he is a cold man, a
perfect stuu statue."
Now you see I my eyes by tl.t
minister it he is nf uuutiier persuasion. Ib
is always doin'g'od : somebody, besiihs
p.eachin' more like a angel than a human
bein'. I can't forget and I don't want to
how he took holt of my hand when we
thought our Tirzah Ann was a dvin". Tlie.e
is some lines in your lite you can't rub out,
it you try ever so !u.:d. And I wareiit
goin' to set still and hear him run down. I
siioKe ri'r!it u; and savs I: "L'.ieriy lor
him he was made of u:n. before he w
married, for common il- .-li and blood would
in' out a hundred
round by til
e irir.s as lie wa4
i iou see it
was the town's talk how Ophelia D'gget
acted before lie was married, and then he
almost went int" a decline, and took heaps
of motherwort ami I'etty. i
'i dou't know what you taet.a Miss Al
len." savs she. tuniin' red as a briek. "I
never heard of bis bem" chaste. I know I
never could bear the sigh: of him."
"The distant sight," says Alzina Jones.
Ophelia looked r mad itthat. that I don't
know but she would have pricket! her
with her quiitin' neeille, if oi l Mis Dob
bins hadn't spoke u;--and changed the sub
ject by asking: l,Has the minister's wife
got home yet !''
"I think not," says Maggie Sne-w. l,I
was to the villa-,"-, yesterday, and si e
hadn't come then." "I suppose her mother
is well oil," says the Wi lder Tubbs, "nd
as long as sh-' stays there slut saves the
minister five dollms u week. I should
think she would stay ail summer."
"It don't look well for her to be gone so
long," says' Lueiuda Dagget. "I am very
much afraid it wii! make talk."
"Mebby it .will save the minister five
dollars a week," say Ophelia, "as extrava
gant as slie is in lrv, as nuuiy as four
s'.lk dvesse she's got : and there's Haptist
folks as good a-she is Unit hasn't got but
ww. It won't take her long to run out the
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1879..
"She had her tilk drcssci before lio was
married and her folk wero wealthy' auys
Mis Squire Edwards.
"As much as wo do for thorn," says
Luanda, it seems ungrateful for her
to wear such a bonnet as hIio
wore last summer, a plain white) straw,
with a little bit of ribbon onto it not a
flower nor a feather it looked so scrimped
and stingy, I havo thought she wore it on
purpose to mortify us before the Methodist,
jest as if wi; couldn't afford to dress our
minister's wife as well as they did tlieii's."
Maggio Snow's cheeks was gettin' as red
as tire, and her eyes began to shine jest as
they did that day she found some boys
stutiein' a poor little kitten. She- and the
minister's wifu are the greatest friends that
ever was. And I see Btie couiden t Hold in
much longer. She was just openin' her
mouth to speak, when the door opened and
in walked our old maid neighbor, Betsey
"My ! it seems tome you'r' late, Besty ;
but walk right into the spare bed rooui,
and take off your things." says Miss Jones.
Things!" says Betsey, in a reckless tone.
"Who cares tor things!" and she dropped
iuto tho nearest rocking chair and com
menced to rock herself violently, and says
she: "Would that I liad died when I was
a inlant babe!"
"Amen !" whispered Alzina Jones to
Maggie Snow. Betsey didn't hear her, and
again she groaned out : "Would that I
had been laid in yonder church yard, be
fore my eyes had got open to depravity
"Do tell us what is the matter, Betsey,"
says Miss Junes. "Yes, do," says Miss
"Matter enough," says she. "No won
der there as earthquakes and jars. I heard
the news jest as I came out of our gate and
it made me us weak as a cat. I had to
stop to every house down heah, to rest, and
not a soul had heard of it 'till I told Yin.
Such a shock as it gave me, I ihan't get
over it for a week; but it is jest as I told
you. I always said the minister's wife
wasn't any too good. It didn't surprise
ui", not a mite."
"You can't tell me one word against
Mary M. rton, that I'll believe," says Mag
Seven women spuke up at once and said,
"Yes, his iii other took sick and tele
graphed for him, he said," said Betsey;
"but I believe it is for good."
"Oh dear," shrieked Ophelia Dagget, "I
shall faint away; ketch hold of me some
body." "Ketch hold of yourself," says I coolly,
and then says I to Betsey, "I don't believe
he has run away no more then I believe
that I am the next president of the United
"Well if he lias not, he will wish he had ;
his wife came home oa the cars this morn
ing." Euur women said, "do tell;" and throe
r.pened their mouths and looked at her
speechless. But I spoke out in a collected
way. "Well, what of it?"
Says she "I believe the poor, deah man
distrusted it all out, and run away from
trouble and disgrace brought upon him by
that female, his wife."
"How dare you speak the word disgrace
in connection with Mary Morton?" says
' How dare I," says Betsey. "Ask Thos.
Jefferson Allen. As it happened I got
it lroin his own mouth. It difl not come
through two or three."
"Got what.' says I." If you can speak the
English language, Betsey Bubbet, and
have got sense enough to tell a straight
story, tell it and be done with it!"
"Thomas Jefferson has been to Jonesville
ever sense mornin'.' "Yes," says she, "and
he was coming home, jest as I started for
heah. and he stopped by our gate, and says
he, 'Betsey I have something to tell you, I
want to tell it to some one that can keep it.
It oue-ht to be kept,' and then ho went on
and told me, says he: 'The minister's wife
has got home, and she didn't come alone
Says I, "what do you uiean:"
He looked as mysterious as a white
glmst, and says he, "I mean what I say, I
was in the men's room at the depot this
morning, and I heard the minister's, wife in
the next room talking to somebody, she
called Hugh. (You know her husband's
name is Charles) I heard her tell this Hugh
that she loved him, loved him better then
the w hole world, and then he made me
promise not to tell; but ho said he heard
her kiss him, not only once but lourteen or
fifteen times 1" "Now," says Betsey, "what
do you think of that female?"
"Good heavens!" shrieked Ophelia Dag
get. "Will he live with tho wretched
creature f No, he will get a divorce from
her. Such a tender-hearted man as he i ',
too. I fever a man needed a comforter in a
trying time, he is tho man; and to-morrow
I'll find out where he is and try and com
fort him. Oh, that shameless female his
"There is some mistake," snys Maggie
Snow. "Thomas Jefferson is always jok
ing." "It was a male man," says Lucindu
Dagget, "or else why did she call him
Hugh? You have all heard Mrs. Murtou
say she had not a relative on earth, except
a maiden aunt and a mother. It couldn't
have been them. I have thought soniething
was on the elder's mind for quite a spell. I
havtr epoke to sUter Gowdey about it, a
number of times. It is an awful dispensa
tion, but I hope ho will turn it into a uieuus
ot grace. ' Poor, dear man ! I havo bor
rowed a good deal of (rouble about his be
ing so handsome. I havo noticed
that handsomo ministers don't turn
out well i they most always have something
happen to thern sooner or later; but I hope
he'll bo led. I really do. I never thought
that Miss Morton was any too good."
"Neither did I," BUys Lucinda Dagget.
"Sho has turned out jest as I always
thought she would," says Ophelia, "and I
think jest as much of her as I Jo them that
stand up for her."
Maggio Snow i-poko up then jest as clear
t . if i ...
art a imjii, iter voice sounded; she haint
afraid ot anybody, for she is lawyer Snow's
only child, and has been to Boston to
school. Says she, "Mrs. Allen, why is it as
a general rule the worst folks are the ones
to sufpect other people of being had 2"
Says I, "Maggy, they draw their picturs
from memory. They think, now if I had
opportunity to do wrong, I should certainly
improve it -and so of course they did."
Maggy laughed and so did Squire Ed
ward's wife, and the Joneses but Betsey
Bobbet and the Dagget girls looked black
as Eiobius; aad says Bet.-ey to me "I
shouldent think, Samantha Allen, that you
would counteiiuncc such conduct.
"I will firct know that there is wrong con
duct. Mrs. M'-rton's face is as innocent us
baby's, and I ain't going to mi-.trust any
evil out of them pretty brown eyes till I'm
"Well, you will have to believe it," says
"Let him that is without -in amongst
you cast the fust stone," says Mis. Squire
"Yes," says I, "which ot us is good
enough to go into the s'one business. Even
supposin' it was true, which I never will
believe on earth, which ot us could stone
heron gospel grounds? I never see a
female woman yet that I thought was per
fect, and yet how willing they are to go to
handlin' these stones! why women liicg
enough stones at each other every day to
build a stone wall from pole to pole."
Just at this minute the hired girl came
in and said supper was on the table, and
we all went out to eat it. We hadn't
moron' aot up from supper and got back
into the parlor when there came a knock
onto t'.ie front door, and Miss Jones went
anil opened it, ami who
of all the live world should
walk in but the minister i
The faces of the women would have
been a study fur Michael Acgelo, or any of
those old painters. Miss Jones was that
frustrated that she asked him the first thinir
to take off his bonnet, and then she be
thought herseit and savs: "liows your
ma?" before she set him a chairor anything
But he looked as pleasant . ami composed as
ever, though his eyes kinder laughed, and
he thanked her. and told her he left his
mother the day before a good deal better,
and then he turned to Maggy Snow and
said: "I have come after you, Miss
Maggy. My wife came home this morn
ing and was so anxious to see you, that I
told her :hat as I had business past your
house this afu-raoon, I would call for you,
as I went home; and your mother told me
that you were here. I think I know why
she wants to see you so very much now.
She is so proud of our boy. She can't wait
"Your boy," gasped nice women to
"Yes." says he, smiling more pleasant
than ever: "I know you wish mc joy. We
have anice little boy, little Hugh; tor my
wife has named him already for her father.
He is a fine healthy little follow almost
two mouths old."
It wouldn't have done no good tor Mic
hael Angelo or Mr. Ruben, to have been
there then, nor none of the rest of them we
read about, for if they had their palates'es
and casels'cs all ready they never could
have done justice to the faces of the Dagget
girls and lletsey Bubbott's. Maggy Snow's
face shone like a cherubim's and as for me.
I can truly say 1 was happy enough to sing
the Te Deus."
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F.y any remedy known, ft is prone rtbed hy the
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Headn he. Pain in the nhou'.dern. CotiL-h, Dizzi
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