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VM W. 1 UtK KWAV !t VTI-'T. v-aHl- ( 'r -i bv II H ' . i ft a I 'fe ? t tf f .- -til -fA 1 I (MtfCt as vl It. I- - -' - . f- ft, - 4 t,i ; 0NLT25 C 0CH1UTTJTHC rW Or Qwf fmnla fir CktUnm. OC8 DHVG, ma te StfUu rJU mU; alta.T aJl. I'aal ( lWU AcUity f OaS bUtoaki ; laalr tut sad aaaai ckiUreft tl-aUlUft aVtvd (IHHt ( W at'llai 0ie. OrifAts. I cftajiianal.ua of tW Ikwaia, aja4 tvii tvmfUmf kraati troa liat rfrcu ef TUv t ail IW JTitW Hv'l tfmf , M taaa M eUart, Savi )- a.- at- Ku4 hj lnu.'aM aa4 ail 4mirn la Mt- aaav artaa. A( lu Cfcat rekxl StaMav. 1 at at 1 1 S ft al a-, aaa aJta-aa-l aaal aa.i a . a,.a-aa a au..i,naainaj'' V ll OP ti..Kt m. ? Ill, . .; I A T nilf Stti-aiavua,. t 1 j ENTS K H I 1 v u.t m r. ft l M lit, It Villi ti 4f-i. o,r m it in iiU, t M 4wl ol 4w to ' on b 'in. Ui mulny ; wiiUfcUwii w.J ulrtu-i.l rt j'Ki. McrrltnMi in oar riui.lhl. ) t lOtiHt U t(i f Of of lb tod. j l'ifi,cp V;fti, linuriit(t lut'ia-1 tr l u. .x h it t! i ritrnu, itn , rt jsuii, wtiif iul Ur wui tu,t' i.niif'rtal.'i', miy, or ul , uW; reply. wm.TtwI tt-rw-Jf for U,o Samlnj ttmru-i .jtia p,T I'ati.;no wuuUn't l".lt to iug lowlJiig, wi4 lir plain j yt (;nrilufr,' wuJ Aaut l'iiW, afttr n li)ri,-t ftcrtn. lUn a a!tan, naift cnikU-iit Frw-rnl. nd it uo nl yoiiii-f il W hiyJ jft.l ' WuU.i tL!r.jf for l'Minrxo tu thfttv bif ft" lonr Ufu- a 8lj W MltW in life Tit woo!J Binko ft ho JL t iiiUHhn 1r pnn i f, ,j . oinan of l.i-r.' lt!l tUi or iUi tiHit pink r'-j '1 duu't know,' auMrcrvl lL ruotl bula fiokUi4f in grn lena-i j"l r, grmely. 'I Uave tuy JuubU about hi wur ('. aixjut l. r nwk, . iriKnh of w'il ftt.d jfiiiu-tu t hrj 'Alxiut Lnt t' fttkl the lIor nintvr, hroal, fttid on h r hct ft Itonm t with i xmBht iihatply. '.,lneur-ly hiuHi't rmtNi nnl irUMr of brij.'bt nbU.u ; ftIly ,(ltiiiU lMit VJi (larilncr ? He w ojj eiiifcttf of K-tili t FmucU fit.t ion'v j t)j6 S)!t 0f tlia earth.' or tlie fa. tnntu.;j.tf. 1'ut.tnM) Wii-i 'No, I don't (lmlt Kli, bat I doultt on kilod dowu "ti tit r dnb drrMt, tviid ,H iHiwcr to mke l'atit nco lore him,' u t bp furlf I. "S.ii h a J.-4 loftkiiitf n.j,fa..j the uvtbrr. liinl"' bo routs. r.'d. "it luiw Uio j 'XUWlJ:4uc! tltt e don't moan to Bay ni MM-k-dotii-ftod tulst lot k fur aJl i tLftt tbt-o utU.uJa to uphold ralieiuvo iu bo world. itih! I LU3tltvco!orlt)wi, di ll'K hhlib H, ftlld I ll'J llku bllllt mU nnd iiitttt.M) pxl(irt!t(. I aoutdu't jr. ufh a pihin-liK.king prl if I dart. eoitHiiit ny ctwu Ut,'' lio tiid, coia plnt' fitly, picking up a claatur of ftcar ii I Urrin tliiit lay upon Lor littit.' Und and pUoiuij Un'iu lumd hi r htrftw Imtittt t aaiBHt bt-r wavy bl.tt k hair. Tlii-n, with a titirh of the t-otul), rIio rtUMotl lb - of 'bittwy Ittiir bnishod tliMn abide biitk from bor t yipli-n, and tb i.u trtsJK. luy uoloiiur aiuoolh mid nifek, but rippling Mid ftaviiitf .if t r the :iy of tin' ir!d. 'I w."i'dll't 't-ti t p! iit)-io..';i:;.' r.ii-' K'' w '" 'i' i j : d. wt'ii Miiiiit. 'Aly liif look for tiio woi id K;tl.v lllildcl V ittid i i iu I i..tl. '.( l.-t- f-.::.pil.-n ..! iti'd ti.iiii! t'i!.:. Ui.nt n 1 ,t Ib..t I cili.'t -' T'i" arrival i f n !i;;iit ftt l!io dour i( a li- riif;ki t the: ii! t j t ! v nnu Hint.' Uli pii-:i.l',lJ. i :ii ; Willi li; ' f if Ih.. f'H" :, I'litii iii'i .pil:lll h.tm tin i-ldi l iv, l:i:i: t;.. d '.r, mid lb. .!'m!..-int wa.t ii l-..:i-5'iT tii i'i. i f i;i'i'ul ihuii. 'Vk. tti a iiiiiiiiii',' I'.n imiiSi ftiisrii, : tiltMlt l.iliif ill f il.UI liuslilv lllld takililf tbtf M-mSot lit.-n.fs fiuiu bi r w.lli a Middi-n ji'i k. bull lid. il.inr looked on Tb! iVOHllVIl III til'! pramly. llt'-io a ;,'tiif in her oyo, laud ftitttu nil ttpuke tbi;ru was u world Kit roploof iu bor tone. "1 ft til liftiiid tby hoart i Koititf out ftfu-f tbi vnaitiuis of WorM," lilltJ hltid, Hlldly. l'litienri! Wilaon't fit mi ifrcw rrimnoii, and h r pHod aomwliht r-nlfuJ y, "Uii can bardly cU a bunch of Usrriuh unity, and, an for th eurl in my hair, it in natural. " "Yen, thy hulr was always a trial to thy mother and me," remarked the wo man at tht) door. 'It never would lie Kiti'Kith aud bkok fivB niiiiiiU-a at a ttnio, but iw alftityn frizzing up, wak injf thett look tit for a acftrccruW. That' riKht- put noma ab-r oo it. If I was in thy place I would Ufto a lit tin oil The next tituo I cut quinces I'll baro thee anine of the hi twin, and thee chii make a w&h to kci p tby hair in plitcf. Tboro ih riotluii' IooLn tuore iliHcifilitivlilis iu a young girl (ban to auo bor hair Uiidii;g in nil diii:i:tioui. Now hurry rntiotioo I It look no uu neemly b onU-r uifi-tin after it bas bo gnn. Couldn't thco tttraiijhton that little purl down by the Hide of thy f.ice ? It locik careloaa and nntidy. 'I nt'Tor cau got roady in the worlj without thoe looking at iue,' aid IV tiouco AYilaon, iuii'titioittly. She Hi-izod the offfudintf curl and thrust it lichind bor far ith no pontic motion. It va the on little pot lo k sbohnd snvod to relieve lh plnmnoMt of hor face. There!' aba aiidrttl, in a vexed tone, ' I hope I knik prim notigh to antt tliitl" The woman at the door atgbed heav ily, ftti ehe nerl, ' Thee fchould be a pftttern to thy younger brothttr and aie lora, i'Atieuce. Thcw n.'iould I mi worthy of thy name. Hut I won't look at thee Any Umger. It in (.n'tting late and the tungfr went to ht. Johu'i i.early an hour ago, C'o:u Itbtcca," Khe suid, ftddroMttng gml a fi-w ji-ar.i rtttionce'a jtinior ftho hfttl ju)t entered "come w ith ma)' and don't binder tby nntor." 'I wtn't biridr her, atmwt-rod the gtrl 'And 1 -i!l came when aho in reivly. Site k-hIihI br!"!( on the chair by the-.ut of bet lUr iitllu mirror ; a;j isft.. Kerylly .intoned aU-u-:H th ititA-ut ftftUsli lief. Itivilv. fur Jam? Wilsou wa-i ttreaelnr.ir. ifiice rau 1-t-r ije iiu-r tl.e gal ftvh t'ii bp int'.lig wTJlmy she hud ! ('!. i-.,i .n hor own . sfs. J h Jo rs l,k a dint.' the w- "r etn:iierit f tln girl !,.. n.une il I'll' .i li-e, lull Wtit OX!ei-tl-.l tj I -I' ii .'.vl U- ' Why A iiii i'i.i t sat! Uiy b i.r fliiEU. 1 Vli' Uiul, ilil l L..at 1 itK.k.,,1 as in a: a- j 'i '.' i-'.'-ia .i.n.1 the ysii.i a g.i!, i:i viii -u -:.i. ' i". ii. ! Wt- tal.i-r f irit a'i l .k a-i if V. had il-. ii bi'.. klfd lil Wat'cf ail.. I ,l.t-d in lii kii'i i.i.l,. we iiJi .I lii a id- lia riii. aii'l I to a wo ai-d oi-r with !iiny n r.'!i, ai.d tr.Mio i lUt and tuijt!l.' ev iftilut-d Patiitl' f. 'f:.e tas put A most Ke!r co.-nj !i '. n 1 r blue." The young girl ga a s'd ' !.' ili.r into tUai uitiro. 'Idee v,; i hkc us Ut dria like Lho lluou-r giiiat, woul.iu t til'' ftb Htkivl. "HomeUiing that wy,' ieliumi.l P- ti-t'jV! li, I lllal a Kt:i- liJ fcv hb kauked liVe ft tx-satv. Ait VUhm aaii L tridual oat likft ft Jlip.HlJlV,' aid the ftister, di- aPlalatlg,y Xbfawlcla11P.liic WO- mm. Aat t I hbe t bhve in wty in.ng octai a 01 our tuteuog-noae J ir m t-ftrt, I U h 10 me things at ht An a.' 'Yea, JoLu iHiaVliftl ftaad thft sialtir ' nh ft aUesmeg ftntle, l"aterio cvHorftal aiurlllv, aad mavde itiovf tnctit Ut aed the ibxur. 0B)e,' he ftaid fcairtiSr, 'Ant Phebe aft i lavlhi'r am tn)i war to o.efting Sj tbf t e. aitd U!kiftjr crave!? of " " " 1 t4.t ts a j-rtat baidea tm tuy tuitid,' :ianuiiti;i:, 44.4 Alil-I 1 tin JJUU u 1 a tiJ. mmi 4 iw tLo m itt.rr'j ,. -l aurn, i rmtn, i1.iiLt' ti it Lm4 hA heta llin.l .J jb;u4, i:-l tie ltl2u.-a in b r I;.''.-; tut j M.;f tlttuaytir i tuot Hatmall li.au litii U.vt-n' i!t-liaaliin tr liT; cij.U'n u r. 'l't. uv i jrirtiini.' U aay id her fthiiua and notioiitt,' cxdaiiu ed the elder ftiattir, robukingly. 'It in tby duty aa a brand pint ked from the burning, to ave thy ohiltL' The two women relapaed into silence. I'bobe Morgan wtrd had given Jane Wilnon fiHd for thought, and (the walk ed along with a face profoundly luodi tut.ve. 'It ia the i-pirit,' FLeLe Morgan said to hoitilf. 'iSihk-r Jane will preuoli to day.' into the little meeting bouse ttrag L'h!.! l'alien.-e'ftnd ltebet'iM Wlis ill, nf- ; tan- a win nee ltkn tliiit id the .','rstvu hi! ila'!. n on the li'.tU- iiiisi-tul'ly. 1 say tf.ts.-f.'l'"l, Ivftfis" tbrd vt-itH tiii term !n- I by l'he!. J-r-'-tn wit- n froi.i tl:. : Ir h f-.'r.ttt that i.v-.iokf d t!.0 l;Jn'!il:, B i ! ; ;s -,v 1..-:- tut ! m riii:i lit. I'litit in wnn iij-ii it trittl ti her in tli.iM; d-iys. , J vtti tin, wnv nun entered 'in: um.-H.ig ! ii. ui'-t- iici,. I- -1 lit-r. Tin i'i' 'Mi:t a look !,if loftji.en about. hercHrriagti tlmt vox 1 e.l her nil the more leenHf it wits m '. '.nur.d t l'ittiencpin tho-e da vs. Sh'- (ii- f )i!;o the ii- tin v v. i:i I'lilii iH-e eye.. i-;' l about the t-im p'.e l.nv-eeik-d luee' lirfdloUriO, t :i..i-' )i; tin,- hard, baro walU, tint cold, wiiitn -.-.uiid-Hurk. tbo utu-ana-U-J lloor, the j moi.k wuiui-u and (riave ineu: tbti luul L. ..li ., iin.l.i.olliiifd dinDalaL'etlient. Then ration co Ht-nt :d wits no better. Shu lid :t ted in her plaee, hho ptilli il in-rvimtly fit lii-r gloves, and tupped iuipntiently with her tdioes nnd was, to use her'uutif'i! figure, aa tineay aa a fish out of water. It was a correct figure. A flsli out of wntiT that wa ratieuce Wilnou sit ting in that little ineeting-hotiise with her thoughts away off to the little Gothic church of St. John'a where an other baud of worshiperi assem bled. She had never been there but twice, but aha knew it all by heart, as artiHtn know a picture not often seen but studied carefully. She was pictur ing to herself now the alter with i(n purple hanging, the daintily frescoed walla, the fluted pillars, the windows of red and green aud blue and gold, the carpeted aisle t and cushioned pews. At length the nervous movements ceas ed, and Patience Wilaou sat calm aud thoughtful. She had forgotten where she was, and in imagination the mel low light from the stained windows fell upon Tier, and she was a worthiper at St. John's. The organ pealed f irth its glorious notes of harmony, and Pa tience Wilson, as twice before, bowed her head with its burden of praise, and wept to hear the loud ascription Oo rt Jiii Dvnune ! She was not forget ful of him who eat before the organ, and woke the (slumbering music from its pipes and keys. John Duane, the or ganist, was liie speciality at St John's in whom RebeoA Wilson had said shrewdly that Patience believed. There was another at St. John's whom she did not forget -Katie Hunter, with the rosebud sprinkled dress, the lace and gold and caruets, the bright ribbons And scarlet flow ers. Katie Hunter sang slto to John Duane's plaving, and Pa tience Wilson did not like her. Sud denly Patience Wilson came out of her reverie with a guilty start 'A brand plucked from the burn ing, ft ere the words that fell on her ears from the lips that had cooed loving ly over her iu lufaucy, aud blesxed her and be was one if the few faithful ones ia hr Soeiiityj a w notu who, in !n r Madonna ft'' w.n,. the ornament ..f n mi!; and ffsii t F'-irit i wuinni tTi.":o4:'.!v f i lho f..;i!i d ; -, iu.d v. :,m-.-.-.1 I i h r by l,i r f i in ji Tl t!.i!i;"i a t'il'ar a: i 1 liiiiamuiit to ' ht-.r t--'-t. 'A brand piueaed from t!m I -uniin-r!' You '(lfhed frtiio thn fervor of tl.e ! wotuan'ft liianner, ainl frf.fn an iriM ht :ti(.i chni'tcti-r that is t--iivf l nlmin fr-.m eiporioiice, that this w.ivin was -f ikiiiij fr -m o p. niiji i.t i! kn-.w, d. V.j'1 ," l ! ii.tu.tUf!y t'.at the -Willi! it,' -a!:u Lad eoiue ni-r a great ! irni, tl. it the h;iril.iiu height oa who.-U hhe l'..'.il b 1 Inau at taut, d af-U-r t.-iuoc-ral ikiii.'U ptaeos; yo'i giiewd iiiia-itt that U. a wuli.hu bad I t-eri ln-r-sa-lf ft brand piuek! frota t'i burning. The pinlualiw-d fae often aoujrht ' her daughter's sad then ynn saw ho-w ' tnoch fthke ther wer, Yi-iu cn easily : faniv that the Madonna facie h-vl bx k- I I V !.! U' !.,.n . -a Wnntl rac YVil.n Wr aiuiu the L.,3- calm of the uther 1 Pheoe Yloruau Lad t Kt,A a-r,..-ti. 1. aal...n JTai.A :l -niMr ,Mitt. i,a . '-. .,re,t tj to Uf befJ Ler btWt WM ,a Q. p'.Uwi and there was relsttUiOB in ber hfe. (V.titratit.g that tinte with this when ths -arm-sin tpokf to the ediSca tron of all, she bad hope for PsUKtior. Iiidl, ftd.il their itrrioic, ronld thfy ticI sate Patian.ce frtini the rtx-ks on wtiiclt bor mother's LappttiMi L-3 well-meh wreck1 1 The mnst mske lla ftr,a4 aa Ail aa..l TaiMnatiMrkM&t v v ji .( - aUftrs ft' jr -a --tt vl ft" .v mtiW W '-.here sax I3i tiardt.r, browrj- fM-J, Lard Latadftl. honeal, and a vr.. TniY .moknimi, 1'r.eis I. lit W a l. ..' t J Jaue Y i) um, but Ins - t.!idi t ed exer sa l A!i ifi t" Jaa WilwMi's dm'hur, aud on Liiu I'Lebe Mjifcu l -i-I f'r ftamiat-luc-f. l-i tiai Jiiil iuotiaer, Loo lau.il j Ut Lor part. Tiicius I want then to o Lome ftit.lt me to ditiiit r,' said Phetae Mcirgan U) thft eon-rely plain woman who tnhl st l.Si Gardner's side Lt u the Land st.iakii.g had diiui.-ed tl.e mitii.g. l'hi w .luiau loi'ked Uadf;ut!y at Ci Gardner. To be sure thoo wi'.l go,' said the young man, heartily. 'I will drive down for thee this hfUmoou; and now I watit thee, frit lid Morgan, and all them voting lwoj '.e, to buudlfl iu luy carry -ail, ana I will take thufii home. CWiiwo, iirlsl Patience Wilson drew ltk aa she said, 'Ttiaiik thtai, but I Lad sooner ftalk.' 'Nooaeusel excliuiowl IIU Gitrdner. 'Save tby strength until tboe lieods it more. Ilesitles, there is uo one to sit with me but thy little brother Dartd, and I wsut thee to see ho my now team goes.' They go bully to a bngjy V exclaim ed David Wilson, ' Patience's littlo brother. Kli Gardner laughed. 'Patience and I will try them to the buggy some day,' David!' remonstrated Patience in a vexed tono, 'thee shouldn't talk so. Ho pieks up such horrid talk at the schools.' she stud, apologetically, to li Oarduer. Humph I Pillj Duane says bully,' ieni.sted David, 'and I've heard thee aay Iota of times the Duaiios were all gentlemen.' Patients bit her lip, as she was wont when she ftas vexed. 'Halloa 1' exclaimed David YYilsou, There conies John Duane, ft bo makus the uiiiHie tip to Ht. John's. ' Golly I whiit a little sharp steeple that church Iuh gut ! The biiyts call it the Church of the J loly Tooth pick. John lias got one of thi! HuffiT girls with hi:n. Say, liti,i, w.mid.lt thee l-).-!i fine -,v.t!i thv hair all l:i:.! ..l 11 like thitf.' aiid'red llowerrt in thv Iiuulu-l?' ...... Piit.ieiic.u YVilfion, frowning ,said: 'If t!.( ii isn't tpii-l. J'AVid, I'll tasks liiollna'.' Jt w.is a tbreat not to be disregarded. Tim buy glanced Laekwat'd to Liiluuth el's .Madnliliil f n'f, arid WHS fjuict. I'atii-uci! looked alter the two pedes trians who tripped lightly by the side ot the l-iiit i. How pretty Katie Hunter was! she thought. She wan not. ubnt luttlv prettier thnti hersi-lf, but Pa tience knew that Katie Hunter's good points were brought tint ami iiiteusified bv hurniti fiiot'.a coh.U's and the inodisto's still, while her own Shu glaueed down, tit her drab dress, witU the old dispufaV ging look, and sighed. J"hn Duane was so font! of bright tints mid decided wlnuUn. ILa wtu .'und of nil tliitign beautiful. Ho was a -fashionable man too a mau of the "world, Auut Phebo called biui. lie mingled much in soci ety, and the society of women who. studied Paris fashions, and made their purple and fine linen after ttie latest modes. He was a great lover of music. Under his skillful fingers rare melodies were evolved, and to his careful ear no harmony was lost. He danced also. Moreover he liked it. Katie Hunter said it was lovely beyond all things to dance with lam, ho kept such perfect time. And she ? She was a Quakeross, hedged in on ail sides by a discipline that even took the curl out of her hair, she said, sarcastically. John Duane was a stur out of her sphere. What stars were in her sphere ? She glanced down at Kli Gardner. Ho was the man of her mother's and Aunt rhebe's elec tion; but she shook her head aud drew away instinctively, so wrapt in. her own thoughts that she did not hear Eli Gar dner uutil he had addressed her twice. The picnic the walking picnio to Eegle Cliff has thoe not heard of it ? ho asked. patience shook her head. No, she answered, absently. The young people will be sure to in vite thee, Kli went on to say. I shall be sure not to go, Patience answered. Ouno! Kli Gardner remonstrated. If thee dou't go, I shall not care to. "alienee bit her lip, and said in vex ed way, like that in which she spoke to her little brother: Dou't let me influ ence thee; I would not for the world. Hut thee does, Kli Gardner began, turning his honest brown eyes on l'a tienee Wilson's face. Take care or thoe'll npset us! shout ed David YVilson, as the horses turued toward the widow YVilson's Louse, and ! Kli Gardner, coming buck to Lis horses, left siime things unsaid that were iu j his heait to say. John Daauo, goin.' to St. Johns that ; afternoon, looked into the widow Wil son's (i-iiiit-v.n l as was hiseiist tm and plenums and uti trim l.ttle figure im il. r liiC liwtii t-tri-in tLf.t lrev hiin by K'r.:; si t n'frnet,.ri thrntigu the fr iiit ri!o, and to the little chliap of !o Ifusf. I watit tu si.-e you a mimle, Miss l'a- ; tii life, hi; t-ai'l. ii'ij, cila.n'y, auoSuiod -Patience YV liwiii iu a coiifutie-1 way, blunluii! ' tici ply nl the uui Jisasl siii.ie that rtaa.afwi over lii yotiijj' man s face t her r- ply. 1 dHi t iwati that thee certs. rilf wnfit-,.,-J x.j a,!, n 1 f..,, liit.-ij hor in her ch'iractorifti'; manner, I'.ut I da rtait.h- waii. t m . v.i, J.d.a Dn ane sa 1. :-h'.! K .11! V. la ti;s iiai '.-i tain a!J tLt re an.' few tii.tigomjiec-uta.il. Wiiatnuiac, I waut s; you Uu time wtieu I grt the chance but ouc. Uux ways are so dif , f rent, Mis Patatnce. Yes, 1 'alienee answered. The ditTT euce of their ftays Lad leu the bardou tif bur tliotigbts that day. ' I wantewl to se von espocmliy to in vite you to join the walking party to Ijigle Cliff on Thurawlay, Jjhn Diane oxplniue t. The HaoUrs and Mortons, and Bust of the of tlis young potile of : Su John's are iftaog. 1 bM you am ; not rung to j-efuaa, L addwd, tni)g : tn douU on PstK-iiw's face. I I don't know, patience lacgan. I Oh. Lot you tauot go, JLn Duane or'ed, I Lave made treat calculaUoac 011 hava.g ysa there. I uu (ftutg wsrly Lj drive ttir invalid sister Sum aixaind ! by thft bftrlt roftd. I watit too tu see; Ler, for I sin sur yon will hk etv b I AU;rsr , ..tl;. it. P..:. I Bii'.ot t,;o. Tft oil-of at Ss. J.i'.in's ftul be ftav-tuig fur ftu'. GiKul bv, Mitas I'atietice, aud ri-memtH-r that I stiall t gre.-at!y disapr-.inlv, if Vu are not at Ikgle Cliff on t'burs1sr. 'I have Heritltftl to go t. Lagl.t Cliff; on TLuriaday, Path uc Y Uoa sa.d to Kli Jardnr t'.iat ftftpraoon, as heitcKfcl out ting the carriage t-loek with Lis -ship lah. The young nun's fe brighten ed vis ibly. 'I am plad th-m has i-liangnd thy IBind,' he ftaid, fwrnes ly. John Po me's sifter Susie, the crip phil ttno, is to be there, she exclaimed. 'Tby say she is lovely elWacjpr, aid I ahull ta 0ml lo knoft to br. I'.h Gardners facft fell. Patience YYilson bad ma le her dectsiim withref-j eronee to J ihn Duane's sister, and i might not John be the motive poser ver f , Guris are oast understanding. Pa tience YYilson, esj-etual Uy, was be yond bis ab.hty to make out. Well, as a wife, be hoped to solve the mystery of ber nature. As if women likft Patience Wilson be came wives of iUttti who were unable to road the riddle of their beings La-fore marriage! It was a gay party at Eagle Cliff". -Patience YVilson hardly felt at home among the young people of St John's, nnd would have btien lit at ease but for John Duane aud Susie, the invalid Bis ter. Katie Huuter was there with an infinitudo of clustering ringlets under .her jaunty little hat, the gold and gar. nets at her throat, and a crimson sash over her whito dress. 'Miss Hunter is a grent belle,' Susie Tuane remarked, watching the gentle man around her. 'Brother John says she practices the art of dress in its per fection. John is such a critic of ladies' dresses. . The thin hands of the invalid were toying with Pationoa Wilson's hair. "Whiit lovely baiiT she cvclftitned, lift i u.vj the front looks from Patience's face i-.jid coaxing 'them into curls over her tinpfr. 'How it clmn ;' you!' she ad iksd with a child's tW'hjrht. T know iiuW v'Ual John mr anl , win u ln said tLit your osiibli! Lciiiy vu 4,'reattr than Ka: ie Hunter a positivo bi-auty. -Now It t me put some of tlteae scarlet lar-rrios hi vonr biaids. ' l-tti't it. lovely y Aud ud here, throwing Iter crimson sliastl -. 'f 1'at'ejice's bliotil lers, 'Ivitlao. liiuit - t-r im uownofi!. . -no ami t laKu it ua. Sit. down at. my feel wln'!n John aud Mi mb Hunter Kin;.'.' They sang those quaint words of Shelley, set to aa old air: t 'S ; -NiiOiil.jj; ill tliti Wurl I la Single, , - Ail iliuii. f by a luiv ilivine lu n Hiintlii-rs t.itinin o.iaj'le,' , ' Wllf ll-lt J SJllll lllllln" . ratieuce YVjlsou listoned, like one en- traufi'd. ' " '. ' ' i " J ' 'You love music?' Srtsie Duane said, wa(a.-liing her rapt ace. .-. T know nothing of it,' Patience an swered. 'But it always stirs me deep ly.' Sho hummed the air the others liad just dropped. 1 'Bravo.' exclaimed Snsio Duauo. 'You must Lave a good ear.' 'She has a quick appreciation, and a fine ear,' added Johu Duane, joining them. It is a groat pity that Miss Pa tience couldn't have some musical edu cation. I should like to teach you music,' he said, earnestly, turning to her. It would bo a hard labor, said Pa tience, in reply. A labor of love, whinpoied Johu Diiaue, drawing her arm iu his and loading her aw ay from the crowd. Aunt Phelin imelieil the ilimr fur lier niece that night Patience had forgot- ten the curls on her forehead anil the berries in ber huir. YV1U1 that light iu Ler eye she might Lave been excused had she forgotten much more. Did Eli Garduer come home with thee ? asked Aunt Phebe. . No, Patience answered, and moved forward. Thee didn't come alone, Aunt Phebo isaid, looking anxiously after her. No. John Duane came home with mo, Patience replied, going np the stairs. JuhuDuano! A man of the world given np to the vanities of the flesh 1 Phebe Morgan groaned, burdened in spirit for her sister Jane's child. Patiuuco YVilson at Ler daily work the following morning hummed the air John Duane had sung the day before, and smilingly repeated to herself the argument of the song: "Nutliins In the wurlil ia aitigln,' All lliiiij(i by a Luw diviti In imp aitnthi-r'a b-'iiiK tinagle, , Vi Ii- in S 1 ajilh Ibiue ?" Patience, I wish thee wouldn't sing, elmled Aunt Phebe. It sounds so tri fling and frivolous. Patience's song was checked, but the new light her eyes had brought from Eagle Chit' the night before did not die, and ber step was as if she trod on air. 1 win' wit such ho.ty-toity ways, Aunt Phi ! aid to Path lice's mother. 1 Klin irml.es me think of some wild thing i fa nay let loose. It all comes of lctt.ng j Ler gt outai.L; if 1 r(owu Soeiely. l a. A' ays aliow it wouii laal.u litiSv'iue-v Jane; thee l.iUnt 1-.p1 ak to tl.y !,.; 1 Tbc. ofci if to thy religion as wt II as thy rr.ng ?!pri!,f-. Arid Jane Wih.011, tigliing heavily, f jioku to Pia.e.iice.- My daughter, she i sai1; JjuW tint it happen tUat John Duane t-uii.e ;tl thee last Ui,Ltf Pain nee mli-red, bat she rep I 1, flil iifit lisppen at all. It was a pa-ee of UeatM .rat oletiutt ou his (.Utile Wli.lliklll.M Oli lii. lit). patt, and Lore w as Eli Gardner J a ked Ut mother, anxiously. Oh other ! I don't like Eli Gard ner, Patience broke out, resentfully. Of court thee don't likft John Duans either, for that matter said Aunt PL- l! 1 I nt I do, answered Patience, in a voice tti at was inU-iull to be firm, bnt maaUniy toodukty mtviaj thft eonaeaaion " ' ' - ' -a - Jaue Y ilaott lociked at I'M Mor- pan Lt-.ptw-ly. It was taticit , wmis than she eXfa-cUsd, A liking cunfeww-d la that way was loving. He is not ol Uy PwipU, alio u4 MMlly.- He ft good Bifttt, PaUaSJiC Kr- td. He M ft ied mm and ft kiftd trutbtr. By lusoaii caiefui itauage - nasnt le Laa kepi the Lau.tMta4 umJ p!eeJ U.c Xtatay Lcjuad ibt. aii then L love u. f 'V V K M I- - t -ill .f-vt ,- Annum, In ,aH tia-. Pbi t- M'-rMi grvtiie.l Hi is man f iaf t in w.ii'kl, (givtn ttp to it t pomp stsd j va'.t',0, a'.iU awtd, ills )AiltUt is of I fie.i,.,4,'- cut. He t'i. his U.ad, .; not in his hesrt, but oo a sir vngo m strtimeot. lis darnx to tha sound of tu (Idle, a ad imiitrles with wiaaMnh ers aa 1 siinira. It bobtxuvt-w then Pa -ttettce, to look ftell to thy ft ij f.it tiiv fwt aland n slipn ty j," . e,, , a Gardner is astea ly i?i.u, v., . ... r', ,r aVelPTn e)iild re'T tifi, a--l wh- would ac"ei!;ii'!e tu ! 'jy f tn. ' v, t ' I all .all U niiuty iii tiat iuef.I'ii-Ui-.ie. auswrred tiniilv. . I'll, c ia a, said 11.ete t!.y e sharp. 1: Mm' Van.' lu Une. , - It grieve me to the In art, Pste-tii to lluukvl thes ioaau il.o tta-ivk' u ity r lair and forgultlug tatt w.inpiu llK'ltV and spirituality of thy father, Jaus; YVilson said, sadly. "C .-. .. - Patieiios turned from Aunt Phtda to 1 her m otlaer. It was one of Phebe Mor- j gan's trials thatjpi.ple paid tilth. heel to her advica Hor sister Jau, with half ht'r words, wielded double her pow r. -fatloiioe Wilson looked at Lor mother, and iu low, tearful tones, an swered, Thee losn't know what Uiso asks nie to give up ft hut. thee Lids mo dismiss John Duautt, I know mt child, fell from the motti er'i lipa. ' Yvhen I was a girl I stood where thy leet stand. ,- 1 . -. : ' . Yes, thy mother is a brand plucked fiauu the burning, broke oat 'hobo Morgan. ' J'atience YYilson stood profoundly meiUtiitive with white quivering ttp.--Whoro she had stood her mother hal stooil before her. , 'l"ho Loly calm of that mother's life had growii out of suf fering and sacrifice. ftUioueo Wilson's mother sighed. - YVhatoror sacrifice her life Lad kuown she found suuh compen sation in Abram YVilson's love, but bo compensation came to l'atieiice. I shall never marry Kli Garduer to the longest day I live, she said to Lor mother, months after she had given up John D iane, aud Jane Wilson recog nised iu her daughter a tojiaoity of pur pii.so tliiit, a liuit ted of ao such ootupeu-f-ation. . . - She was thinking of thetb thiii;-! alt tin,,' in her-tidv siltiiig-i'inio the fo'.low- i ing Sumhiy uLiiii uiniu. Slio hud .olosud ; lii.t" Jiiiiii! and laid nil' bur speitUdel, w turn sue g.mici-ii iii'ijiiinl t Im rooni w ith a mother's fond pridt5. ' Iteboee.i :ntul the younger ones were ri sding tpiietly, but i'ntii nee drtunmod hstiesaly ou the witidow una with a weaciuoiM in Ler face that was painful to .see in otio. so 1 rid n't theo botf or road (ho Ttoviow ? aked Annt t'hobe, from bor rocking ehtur across the room. ," : - ,h . I Wat: thinking n review, answer! I'latiiniee, li'lt slio eea-sL'.t tnjf JtillXllU.llg- "aiid lot her hands fall idly in her lnp. David, Tain ahnirlcd of thee, exclaim ed Aunt I helm us David Wilson let the eat upon the floor with its paws tied up in paper. Head thy book about that good little boy who ought to bo a pat tern to thee. pshaw ! answered 'Davit! fiommh'it irreverently. : He died hen h" whm eight yum a old. . Good bU-lo buy.- .0 books ai-vais d 1 , i say ! Uu tul led. going to 1 lie Will 1)1 , li.eji- .. ;...ly Diiaue. !(' 1, la g it t. ; 1 u;. ja the Cotircii ot t'. if J-tnlr Tootli pielt to pnmj. the iii-giiii I'..,- J..;iii. 'i n. v'vn if il tt l'lSCilpal CaaaL Up laUMV Itllii Jv.i.y i,llV he is the jollieht lii.tll to tell Biol ie a. Thee lieedu't Soold, Auut, he-be, on Use I call him a crab; that's his name, i u j1 0,1 a Uj' Itev Harold Crabbe. They're goiug to have, some buhv mus ic np there to-night' cause John is g iug up to practice a chant, and Billy has got to go and pump for him. Gol ly, wouldn't I like to hear him play ! I wish we had an organ in our meeting house. I don't sec why why we don't I say, mother 1 But Jane Wilson did not answer. A great change had come over Lor. Thai meekness Lad gone out of her face, and the Madonna sadness from her eye. Jane Wilson seemed to sit among her astonished children not the woman who lived in a perpetual calm, but deeply stired, and agitated with uncontrolla ble emotion. Jane! exclaimed 'liebo Morgan, in deep, significant, rebuking tones. Thee forgets thyself. Unfortunately, I remember, was the deep, passionate answer, and for a sin gle instant there flashed into Jane Wil son's eyes tha spirit of rebellion that sometimes sat on ' atience ft face. It was only an instant. She glanced around the room on Lor children' wondering faces, and with the habit of years npon Ler she put away the new, strange mood and sat with her Lands clasjaid over her Bible, tlso sad-tyed, Madonna-faced woman. ''atience YY ilson that nigLt crumpled iu her Land a note. It was John Du ane's old plea presented for the last time: ".S-.tiiiiii, i:i the wurlit ia anisic, All lliuixa w law ill vino ia iiiit' aj.,ai,:l a being li.tliU, Vtl.J liul liUl lliluajir" inerti is no uae, 1 anemia tlsoti ft as saying toht iseif. I c tiimt gi iev uiv UioUiei so. Afur to-night tiM.ie shad Lie au end. A.'u-r to-u.gu1. j ainwj Tain u ueioriiiiiea ail, iui. w;. . - 1. a 1 . . . ..i t ii Hit; mra iis ginv Uviii or li.a ; , i, ItUlia - al fir.d fit out. At tti C: hi. i balU-d and tdHiicl st f he Siml'ms of the low f-um-Lonse. Thtotirh tbo 1 lf parted tuitaiiiS l tl.e iUii,g-rioi,u aht could see her Auat t't-eU-s jig.d f,c Slid sliofty cap, and 1a;.v'i'-e V,.auU ontvmseiotis.'y crouched behind the fence. what she meditated woold bring tha vutla of that gtxnl ftomso' inUiguuUoat ou Lei- Loaui. &u ghuied upward to Ler inoibi-r's lx-i-. hau.!. where a low liifbt Imni.-J. Y'm C.xl tBotber uraviu,' f r r f A - ! '.e- '! intent of Lit farf eraitttff ti that liMtott 1 raver r4td tuaci.ilglf hht tiuiasl Xr a u.vm t,t i j uu. u I L-r step. . , 1 TL light of her ti:'..!...r'''i-:;,.!r ; uretit Moldenlv out at,f t t'ie- i-t - -it. j.Hti) ).etsi.' -Mt. '!:; . ttev.. ln,-w, I i,e .... li Ji f iw e-l V, H! ftiti.1iaii..n 1 uvt tuuso of ..irn'. iu.d. 1 uaat L. j- . JvLa Dtiatit'S min,i' on-, ru .fe. ii.i ! tnrffl sr. I t -k t!.?' V.::,. t,:i t.f '. JU,u . . 1 Buddenly sL tojpe:, for thft door . : . a . t u It a l-e-A I -if. to- asrJ'ni! .Vtid I ,;r..-4 beat J,.i.:i ! ue th.s iJi,hi, SUi, la.ne.l ots :.-.ai:i-!y, ha.f criiu.ililti by 1i.ero.1d si-io, ;i I ft .- Itlafa Wftt U .Had, hke ft 4,ia-tftl .f her pi.ltT ft. ,t"n'rt-Tfy fTPft ftnollit r Uf bsat ''uiUi. H .t" t-K. lUraWittai'i t.f St, Jaha i-o. iwiiit-'ti't'es waii-ring as Pali.-ttce J td ..hiiie, ' ! slwiya I'li i.t at,: flll lilv tlitf IT' d that lV tiWa!-l the lata- l,!..-.i',!jn.;!in Ctoir, a, Aay In tci1 t'-sefc o? St 3;lm so far bu.-k titat di4 sat i(iit in lta sb-tilaw, 1' . el..- V.'.',.ja ami hft'.etlf-d t t!n ol;. i'.l'a lUtMtiA , A tl'" !.e-t Ii .! d e t a ay Rnotlirl "tmtt ii the s'tfiipl p.irb af tj it'-trr. ,.- .ot .- I t!i v!i -r ft.dft of St .l.tiiii a and sat ita-xa ta tf.a" t.ba.t.lv bkeww. . Studt.ig toe it 1, fatrn one r.mld ltd bnt bf- stracU 'h tL . ru.-auilM4tt e. - .'li.e bad l.i-U ;.ed to tae laiiftuv as ( li' f Ileal t aiei niiili weie duiiktiig la tl. f-tnaits. The other listened l iiie si r tii iii fi'it leis V'cly r irttftjtly Ou Iba f M-.ts t-f Witt waft th? 11,11 1, s.-tdn.-.i of St:ifatliIl!n.Jliill ft ith I iital -tier--In i ulie was se.J. IfUUiu'ia' Hill j, it In-,.; aa, the other ftain sed-retitiriotat ien viHi llm stamp tif age Itpun it ., ... " After the serin. nt Patience ;!,an arose aud Weatt out. film on;-e,l to Lear the last tluuit, but nbe wutild not fur tbo world have Johu Duane a.e her there. At the same lime the plain wo man in the opposite shadow arose and went out (u the gl gTftVul walk they eams face bi face. ratienee I exclaimed the eldor wo man. t .I,..,.,,',.. . .... Mother f exclaimed the other. They walked on in alien oo toward their Lome. 1 hetio Morgan met thorn at the door. ' v 1 ' YVhe r has tlase been? ftho asked anxiously., ,A . . :, t To St Johu 'a, answered Jano YYilson calmly. Nottru ro? And thee a preacher f It is eontrary to the disuiplinoloxclaim ed rhebft Morgan, in shocked tone. Jauo YVilson suulud. Tnt smil was full of dignifiod stilf-assertiou. It is contrary to the discipline of my whole life, sho answertid. To-day I have learned anew why men and wom en should leave father and mother tid cleave unto wife and htiabaud. YVLeu twain are made one fleeh time and ths tancu cannot divide thoin. This night I have listened to Harold Orabbe -I who oiicn gave him np bueait'.o bis eined was iiu like, nntiS. 1 liino lb lin ed to Liui with self -condemnation, say li.g to. inysf-lf, who ai L thou that iirlg cst thy noighbar ? 1 Tii is a pure fie.ti t and a rten'na i'ifii'ing lib, whatever his freed may bo, I have sat an 1 ntoud la the giaffct, oongiiartatioli to-itigbk, iu 11 t -Lurch with eoiiiiy gildings aud heavy 'tape-try and jioaliii;- organ, and I luiui found there trim womhip-rs (t thotrttu God ivhon we worfihip. ' :-' AtrJana Wilson sjsiko ther cotnn upon the porch and inkj the little; hail the tread of manly feet, find Ityw tilt'to stood within t ho door n vviiii "iiiaii, with a mw.li'id fac'.i and t-ii)?er ijiieati.in ing eyes. Jane VVilwin xtudd her hand. ,-.,. :f ! t :' ...- a t JoUtl l.'uaiie.tiu -ois wi hvjmo,tiltu ml, kiudlv. , X fimli islam 'over the y iit:ig Ia in's face nt be r'-pliod, riructiiiv. ' " ' i'rieiid Wilson, I do not ornve your wcleoina 114 a neighbor and iriend mtsir ly. 1 d'.'e.i u t'iiticucti, to buvti and to hold, lo eheriali and prou-et, , AtU I vi ! i.nie ? Thee is welcome, snsweied Jantt YVil son. . 1 .1 A She tuk the Laud of her daughter rale lev, and laid it in John Da. uiu'i,, sii'.'t.i.; in n li'i'enl lorn s. ( What God hath jo nrl tog.Mlier,' tot uo man put A-mudcr. " An I taiyiiolf f askml I'iiebo aioigan, who, yiit, before, Lad pat a lader Hoi' hislei Jane and Harold t'lalil-f, , , . The old w iy for me, .fine Wil . 111 re plied, calmly. The end is not. far an". As for -'Lobe Morgan, aealotii m riod works aud faithful in her sect, bint loft the trio to their dream of lavs, pres ent aud past, and went up stair softly, reiH'atmg to herself, with ft new lueau- rhoiigh I liestow all my gtxxls to feed the ioor, and though I gave my body to lie burud, and have not charity, it prufjotb, me no tiling. TMArna vmm tmm tjbl. TOMAT0.oMra.rra. '' '" ''' Beat six eggs, mix two tablespoon full of flour to a little water and add some salt and popper; and chop very fine four tomatoes, stir this alto gether. , I'ut a bit of butter half tbo size of an egg into a frying pan, heat it hot, turn on tbo mixture, stirring It all the time until it begin to thicken, then btt it stand to brvwn tLrea miaul; lap it half over; slip it on a dish, and end it to tLe table very Lot ... ... f 1 ftCKMCD TVXUTOK. Always usj tliose which are thor oughly rijse TLe small round one are ducidodly tLe best. Do cot pick them as most receipt book dirsct -Lot them li in good strong bnn three or four 1bt, then put them down in layers in your jars, mixing them with onions and pieecs of horse -radat!.; thso rwur on vicegar, feold ), which stoat Id las first spiced as for psppurs; lot tlum be a sji.ee b .g t ' tlaaw iuUj very tH. (JoVef tht Hi e.aef a.iy SUtl bet thtaa by in (L 1 tellar f a a 1 14 tioiata ln.f-..t lia- , - ' - lo-S.T'il 1 S 1 t MfJUoN. 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