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Irtiin lit' tu lie 44itli tin1 Imij Hi Ut: Mini ftlijjlit t-irii) 4 1 -1 1 : 1 1 1 V git rliunt''-Ini-iii- uf a i h i 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 mini a-, il iiiht I'liil ami Unii-iu. lit' taiitf in, n't 1I114411 1 a on (util, uinl 4litMi Eildit run to In- lakcii t, (lispliiy-i-i! l'i liiiu a i'iiiri'1 liimili- v 1 1 i 1. 440I1 1.1 littvu tloiiti juittii-tt tu a ttiul-hi-itvi-i', ii ml 44liirb ctlci-tii-illy (i-iihtoiii'il tin iliilil H4V11) , Wlint in tin' 4i hi lil iiiinlo you r-o laic, .Im j-:iiil I, Imiiffni in;; llm Itin-iiil In lilt- lulilr, uinl I'Oill ill I hi' liiiiliiij HUH T lipnii I In- It'U ill llif liil lt'llit)l. A Imt J'liiiiiiil, Miiil lni, liii'iniii'itlly, tni niiiv to tin sink. I Will lllllllli US 44 i-l- U llt'f'llt', Imt 1 w m. ii'i-il In lii-nriiij,' iibtiut liitikcn rm-ki-i-uniis mill ciuiik-iii, hli'ipi-il ei tciili -ics, or vslve siemn h n 1 thruitli' lint nwtlt'il parkin;,', llmiili I ciiuliln't Iihvh tolil one Iruiii llit ot lie r if I Iiad vi'ii llit m. Well, li ii fry up, your niipptT in spoilini; ntftw, wailing; uinl if we uro (fniiiK to mollii'r'H to-ni-lil, wt! niii-l niiikt-li ii-lt-; anil I InintlcJ about, pulliiij; Kdtliu lip in lii-. 1 1 1 Ii tiliitir, uinl poui'iiii out tlie tea. I'll riak tlio supprr, taiil Joe, turning roiiinl In-ill lie i-ink and holiliii out Lis nun that I 1 1 1 i J4 1 1 1 uiibtittou his w ristbitm'., a thing he alwuyt fori," it to tin. We can't go to-niflit, us 1 dec, he wont on in bin inoileralc way, holding up Ihe oilier wrist. That was the climax. 1 siit down in a chiiir nml slbicd ut liiiu while he went on wiping hli hand, anil briiihing lil hair, and I never said a word when ho gave the Itnvi'l a tosg on the nail, instead of hanging it up properly by the loop. Not go to mother'n when I hud been waiting fur to-night to install Etlilie In his fivat knii'krbin-kt;r itnd belled blouse Hint had gored my black alpaca drees, trimming the remnant into lullli-s to trim the skirt, and converted my plaid bonnet sliing into a stylish bow to wear with it. Joe drew lip a chair to the (able, buttered a biscuit, hlirretl his tea, and proceeded to explain. Y'ou see, Mattie, Henderson's wilt: is sick, nml promised 1 would go up for hi id to-night. We arc rather abort of Hpare engineer dince Elliot got hurt, and Mar shall went on to the branch. He got leave to May do4vu if any one would go Up tor him, no I said I would go, ju-t lor ar-i-oiiinitiihition' sake, anil Joe passed hift cup to be replenished, 'I I i it t was a liille loo i ii i4-1 1 to be home patiently. If it had been an extra I should have lesigned mysell ti) the inev itable, and wasted few regret upon it. 1 1 1 1 ( to think he rould ili-appoint tlx- to ai-ruiuiii'iilitte .1 in k llciiilfi-oii, who laid nil' Dllener than any other man on the liui', and 4vluii.e 44 i ft-, for every iiiliiii-ut real or fancied, must need., keep him at hmiie to pet mill ruddle her. Ami gn ing up fur IIeiiiliron involved lt-;tving mc alone all night, and 'doubling the mad." I si llied back in my chair, disappoin ted and provoked. Little Eddie began tu perceive thai we were not going to grnnitina'a, and set up a childish nuil, 44liii:h I aileuceil Willi sharp steam word-, causing Joe lo look lip with astuniih ment. I replied In bis unspoken accusal ion by saying I lit child 4u finite old enough to learn be could not have everything he wauled. Joe did not answer, but finish ed his auppt-r in silence, pushed back hi chair, and b'.-gan to make ready fur Ida trip. I did net uller, U' tl-ilal, to help him, but he diil not appt-ar lo mind. lie 44lilst!fll ailflU to ll'lUM'l!. while he chai ned tin! IiihiIk lie hail worn a!) day fur an easier pair, limited up a coat from the ib p! lis of a c'osct, Ii.iind a collar and a liitniJiti-riliief, a ml supplied hi vest )ioi ket iih malt lit-s eimut'lt to i ic-tlc a rt-sit-rla'ile coo ftlaiil til imt. i hcti be titiiie and sli.ml h) ihe stove 4 t.ili- he fulfil hi jiijifi (li ivt I did i.li ht- tu'lil l li-aic nil aiuukiiig ) , and I tii ly lieiit-ve it jut dawned upon ll.c man, as hi tieur pusiiiuii gve hitH a vie44- uf tilt lace, lliat I Itkilijf 111 V ili .tip guiiiltt.f itt lo ln-urt, and iiidiilging in a fil of ll.e suiks loo. lion'C iiKik o blue, Millie, aai.l he; cmt go to titoiht-r'a lo-nmntiw night, jier tiicrt! ia lime enougli, he will tay M-4rcil weeks, I prrmiite. and you w ill m- tMiutigh of her ln-fiire she g.se. It li.i lime he had lt-; ecileil in mak ing Iiia 'i jm draw to hit talitfaf.-tioii, and ahoaldef ing hi coal, at ready for a a:ai1. He kiasrd El'l.e, and Ist-nl hit i.pa to my )ji-e at ental. I Legiiii to clear up the topyK-r-uLie In a very dignified lathiun, Joe did Itot ; ;i r to notice, and 1 let Lita depart, hardly Totif-iJuK a rf-jdr, to .he j;jk1I) e, i',!ii-Hl w Li it he 1.41 or iffl Ihe hnu-e I del imt inn iml l l!,e , a, a ;- ! .Ii.l ..inclii:ie t.i are 41 1 kind f -Nit her lie g"ditr t have for I.U ii ip, or lo a tell him by the ni'.iii '.j-hi m, ' !' nay lo the eiigiite lnMi-t. 1'iiit 1 raiilt'd Ihe ih.ht t and ahiKA out . ti.e tahle-t loth in anry inmi.1, U,.tt did nut aiifit-n a I pioree.h 1 to nitdn i '..! 1 die and put him lo bed, and did iml ling er a usual over ihe l-k. nor it i.i to his entiealiea io 1m- ruddied for a lew tiitv. iiicnli in my anna before 1 laid him tbiwii, but I, tin ii . him into hi ci 1I1, w ith no fond Words to acini him lutppily to his ( hi!dih slumber. Joe'a train went nliizing by just then. The aoiiiid of the wheels, and the know! cilge that he w a really gone, increased mv bitter mood; and I sat down to mv st-44 ing lhat never ending patching wliiiliHivi.nl iiH-rliiinii's ami mulhers 'of small children know all nbuiit (ct-ling as if I 44t ir uliout the most illn-i ,l 41 it ' iiibii in Ihe wm Id. A 1 darned Joe's i ktofkiiigs, Ihe elh'i4v of Eddie" apron, , my tiimights w enl back over Ihe 44 hole live ) fills I hltd bt-t-ll Joe's 44 ill'. You see 1 might have done belter, a tin a money 44 as concerned, than lo mai rv Joe. We were nut li.h at home, hut we miiiiiigcil in live comfortably, mid Sue 1 and I contrived to get a pu tty hew suit, i in the prevailing style, often enough lo ikecp up appearance. I earned t.iine by ileHi hing in one of tin- public schools for : I had a fair education, and was- fond ol children; whiln Sue got hers well, I i hardly know how. Site staid ut home to help mother about ! I lie house -fancy Sue keeping school! H11I she uKvays got what flie wanted, by ! hook or 1 rook : mid couxetl it mil ot the ; boy, generally. Kor w had u couple of ! older brothers, and when Sue declared ; -he would have a thing they Used to j laugh ami defy her to get it, but she al i wiivs tlitl. She 44-iiH a little younger than j I, but consitlei ablv taller for 1 was a Millie thing, and she used to take the lend In everything at home. If only one could have a new dross, Sue had it; if the two new dresses differed ut all, she took the one she liked best; ami if Ihey were alike, hers was uhvavs mailt! lirsl. If only out! could go, iSiie always; went helping herself to what sho wanted from my small atock of finery, unless shu took a fancy to drag me alter her. She was married more Ihau two year before, I was. Her pretty face, with its brown eyes and braids, pink checks mid dimples-, brought her 11 lover noon enough and she Wub nuimed ut eighteen. I never could see what Sue. fancied in Will Lindly. In the first place he was short hardly us tall as Sue hertsclf-and 1 ulwayk did despise short men. Then he was not very intellectual. She did not mind that, but I used to fancy that if I ever had a lover, 1 should want him to be wise und learned a maker of books or a professor In a college. There was not much danger that a lover wuuld ever come to such u plain little body as I wus. Sue told mo u dozen times a day that 1 wus destined for tin old maid with my damply sluture, gray eyes and fi-jckles. Hut even Suo herself could lay nothing against my hair it reached to my knees, was straight and fine, und staid wherever I placed it, Suu's own brownbraids could not turpua that; it was myotic glory, She married Will Eintlley ut last. 1 will give the mini credit lor one thing he loved her honestly und lairly, und her whims und caprices made no diil'ereiice with bin devotion. How haul we worked lo get her a suit- I able outfit or one thai she considered i suitable. Will inaili! her bi-aiililul pre i Bents, and 44tiiild have bought her every i 1111111; she needed, if mother would have ; allowed him. The bos 44 ho 441'ic I married and prospering now gave her j some things; but tin- brunt of the ex- peiise and labor tell on luolhci' and I. ' She would li ft e ever) thing of the tliiin- tiest and nicest ; so, out of school hour. I stitched and euihroiih'tcil, nilll -'l and tucked for her u I would never have limit fir in) sell while he walked, rode or -itiig with Will. Hut she wa. si pret 1 1)' and i-iittiaiil, when she -tooii up (u be ; man ii-il. Hint i Imgave and foigol it all laud mother th-cliueii to Will, beltveen her nli., lliitl he had taken the flmver of ; the lamily. i After a while ill moved away In one iiMliosf liule lo44 lis depending upon its waler plivilcgcs, where lln-y make chairs .and pails, und baskets, and all of those thiiiga. Sue cried and stormed, and de clined s,i. 4vonii! never go but lii'ilid. Will brought her to this way ol thinking, someli0 4V ; we uhvuya wondered how, for we really tlniught at til's! she wotiiil make him give up hU p'aiis. ; Kill I f tea well established in huiuct ; now, and Sue (pit-cued il loyally in the . link- cotinli y I Hinge, she 44 as secretary ,ol liif sewing f iicie, ami i liiel ornlor of ; the h vt-es ni. I f.tir.. life in -itch place-. Thi 4 had no i liiidieii. Will wa-iiidul- gtiil ; kepi her besinilnliy dri--'-i, and si s-ne 4va liajipv in her 4t ay. I hen Joe c.ittie. lie 44a tt.it allmv idea of a iutii. He Via mil her barm-il liur h.-iinlsouie ; e win uni4 Jdc. I ll.il.k 1 iiked hiiii liisl luiaii-e ,i y all laughed at ine -.limn my hi-h-lu! lover. l!ashltl! he 44 a In In- sure, ami talbel dis-iseil to he am k ward especial h if he chanced lo call win li my blot her 4trc I here: 1 believe he fell lltev were im iiin-d l i iungh at him. ' 'I hey -ane rather tlipic!4ed al me jul then, because I had reji-iled a very g'-sul t Ci-r - -that i, the man had money enough and it w on hi bare taken m out of the m boul-nxuii, where I ut at iut luting the tmaii Umsiiciiui df decent look had ever p.,!,ca-il. Itut I thought I would rather ' teacb Teddy Fljno an-1 Hubby Jonea ! ihdr j riuierti al! the day of my life than to tciarrr ditgreeble, t-tingy Ned M'l risui. t-4 en if he Hiffia a ur.'i'i' "I g ed in my lp e rr.4 dut . So 1 began to favur Joe, principally lo show tnv iniicj-cinb lice ; fur w lien Sun 44 i. w as nut ti to put me d iw n. I h-i l a spii v lit I Ii- tt mper of mv ow n. We weie imit'iicd at home in Ihe lit tle J aiior, and the all came to Ihe wed ill nig . 1 hud i. uiii- uf the flua'.iiig w bite d i spcr it that had enveloped Sue and e iiped Will on their bridal day ; 1 o ily had a jdain brotv li ailk -the tiist ailk dies I ever poesed my on earning and making. I had a while rose r.f moiher'n bush in m hair, and as I pnaihl easily stand under Joe's outstretehed arm, there w as no danger that he would look dwarf ed beside me. It was not much of a place where we commenced hoii"ckeeping ; the rooms i 44 t ie small, ami imt a great many of them, i I did nil ley own work, washiut Included and we ale in the kitchen; so vou ace we wile very humble folks indeed. Sue ' Used to rather acorn my furniture and , surroundings 44 hcu she sailed ill ii-hiii nt, , as she did once a year, for a lung visit, lain ;ti j Til r lull .1 I wanted nothing i ho! It-r, hut in mv heart of heal Is I kne 4Y : i did. I po.essed one Ireasuiii S'le did not ; my lair faced hoy, whom strangers stop j ped to ailmire for his pearly akin and blue ( eye Too lovely lor a boy, as every one , ttid. Kill to-uight I think I w as hardly glad t-veil for Eddie ; for Sue had come I again lor one of her lengthy visits, dash I iug in upon me that morning when I was ! in the midst of my baking, j She rehearsed all Ihe new things Will i had bought her lately, ending with his ; promise, if his venture proved Mieoesslul, i to buy her a diamond ring, and bring it when ho came to-morrow night. I owned just one ring that Joe had giv en me; but it was only an onyx with a dark ; background, the white upper layer ! being cut in n forgcl-ine-not. She ill way a ! called it eonleinpluously an old maid's j pink. Then she gave Eddie a lapful of 'candy and a new picture book; informed ! me that my eyes were as red as n lei-rot's I with stooping ovei the oven; asked me ! why in the world 1 didn't buy a sitting I room fill pet, und departed. I I had known she wus coming to be sure, und it had been settled long before that we weri! to spend Dint evening ut mother's, but nevertheless her visit hud komewhut disturbed me, nml I had felt vexed and worried all day over it. 1 suppose that was one reason I hud broken down so easily to-night. The carpet was certainly old and faded for wo had livotl on it ever since wc were married, and it hud not been any thing to boast of in the first place. The alpaca 1 had worked over so long would rut a sorry figure by the side of Sue's brown poplin walking suit, and velvet paletot of the sumo color, surmounted by a pretty turban with a pheasant's wins;. My solitary wrap was plaid shawl, de cidedly more useful than ornuineiilul ; and my lial was a fabrication of my own. Anybody might have guessed that by looking al it; and the leal her wus so small and scrimpy that I could not give it a stylish twist, turn it as I might. I bad liked it well enough at first, and Joe thought it a marvel, but I hated it now. I had finished my mending, and as I laid Eddie's tlripcd stocking! on top ot the pile, 1 thought how Susie could come and go as she liked, with no little toddler to hinder her footsteps. I bail nothing to sit up for after my mending was done, so I went to bed and fell into an uneasy slumber. Some lime in tin; night I was awakened by hoarsi) shouting, mingled with (he sound of running lo and fi'o. I listened a inemcnt ami knew what il, wa- some thing had happened up Ihe I'oail, and, of cnsHisf, lo Joe's train. I sprang out ol lied, into slippi-rs and ran lo the hack door. I threw it wide i pen, ran ihitvu the walk a litlie way, and listened. I iiuild hear the rumble of Ihe derrick car. setting of S4vitches und catch an occasional word, but no connected sentence. Il 44 as simi-h, Joe Thompson ami tlnil 4iisall. I knew il all then; Joe was killed. 1 went hack into the buiae, never even closing (lit! door. I caught Eddie out of his crib, and crouched down in a corner of the room with him in my arms, as if I wen: afraid omt! one would take him away. 1 woiiilerud why Ihey did not come to tell me peiluips they dared not. I had a dim vion that when they came in Ihe morning I would be stark mud or dead. Would Ihey never gnc how cruel I h.nl been to Joe kind, faithful Joe? lie had never given "me a cross word in tin.- 44-mld, but had lavish ed upon me all his heart. Why could I not have seen il before? II wits growing light now, and I heard a step; ihey were coming to tell Im; Jot w.i dead '. I looked up a tall figure wilh a pale face !ood in the doorway -il 4t a l ie's 44r;iith cmne back lo haunt me. Wear '.id .Lie! Wiii-n I opened my C4Ca I 4ti. It tug on a iuiiuge dripping wilh 44 ad r, und Eddie 44.1s limning at the lop el hi- v m e. I never mulct. loud it very well, but lln-re had been an owu uctimi ol Ihe Inn k w hidi Jut-htiil eeii lii lime lo apply smne pitient eun 1 1 i 4 a licit fur .tupping Ihe car.. 44 lii. ii had lately l-e 11 pit! on the eng i ne , Jaik lli ntlt 1 .011, Hie regular engineer, molt-rliMj. ita working. ami had e plained ila principle to Joe, who wna greaily in tritated ill audi thing and he had run llm risk of lii lite by stopping to wmk this when he might have lea-'l ofj aile. ly. Tit engine " in ally a wreck, hut the tlup-M-d all light, and Jut'a coinage and pretence t f 'mind had kavnl a fearful lot of hi--'. What bad 1 d tut: to deserve Hi eh a htli-bulid ! lie bad tuii'tf cult and brut. i t, but , nulhiuj fttttiotia : they did iiol prevent our guiuj. to inolber'a to litcet Sue. l ite Ihi4 4 were coming also, ftlih their wlvea On the wa) we met a tout,!etn bsukin- old man, slumping '.;. g with a gold headed cane, w ho atnp)--il In fi-cuit .f Joe and e(ai nUled : Well done, )tmiig mint, I ahull keep an eye on on. He 4UIU h-itlcl me a keen lock from hit bilshy e) eblMW , and pa.sed alolii'. It was the president uf the road. I walked 011 air the rest ol Ihe mil, even alihough I wore the old alpaca and plaid shawl. Only mother need m have peered al me through her apeclaclea and said: How nicely vou have altered your dif, Mattie; one ran hardly ace the piecing. And l.tlw aid's aiaiely wife added in a w ay she meant lo be kind - Yon have tjuite a geniiia (or that nrt of thing, child. A poor man' w ile needs to have, I said, a little holly. I suppose Ihey aaw 1 did not like II, for ihey l ining cd Ihe etinveitalioii, and began lo talk about Eddie. Mrs. Edward, w hose four pei feet I y trained children w etethe wonder ol all beholders, w as pleased to admire his prelly ways; and when Char lie's wile caught him to her bosom in a passionate embrace, I knew the wa thinking ol her one little child that had lain under the ilul-es these two years. The evening train brought Will, und Will brought the diamond. Sim put il on and Hashed it in our facet, but 1 glanc ed down nl my forget-mtt-iiot, and up at Joe, and Was contented. Anybody could have diamonds 1 had Joe. They diil not admire ll m much after all. Eihv aril's wife hud diamonds oilier own, larger nnd finer. Charlie's wilt said, ll is very pretty, Sue dear, but she had initiiy more words of admiration for Ihe dimple in Eddie's chin. Yes, 1 explained, when the spoke of its beauty again, he inherits it from his father; the beard hides it but you ran see w here it grows little darker In Ihe centre of bis chin ; Joe has a lovey great dimple just there. I could see Eihviird's mouth twitch a liltle al the idea of (here being anything lovely about Joe, but I ditl not care. Then Will pulled an evening paper from his pocket and read an account of the accident, and uiy tall, awkward hus band was Ihe hero of Ihe hour. Will eicn kuid, By (Jcorge, he should like to do such a thin-' himself; an if he could ub if (here could be any compari son between abort, fussy Will I 'ml ley ami my Joe! 1 suppose President Hart ia still keep ing liil eye 011 Joe at least he Is running the same train for the samo pay as ever. But 1 think I can never be discontented any more ; I will keep my hn6bind and my boy and Sno can keep the diamonds. HOW A UI'AKKRKM SKII'I'kl) A MiK.llllttltSl llOIIHOWINf;. The subject of borrowing and lending came up in course of a conversation with a subscriber living near Ithaca, when he suddenly recollected a funny reminis cence of that character which had hap pened in his own neighborhood. He said he had a neighbor whoso family were great borrowera, but not no distin guished aa pay masters they weie al ways borrowing, but seldom if ever re turning the exact amount borrowed. An old Quuker lady, another neighbor, who hud endured these invasiona for a long time patiently, hit upon a very philo sophical mode of eventually pulling a stop to the nuisance. Keeping her own counsel, the 111-kl time her good man went io town, hu had a teparate uinl ex press order to purchase a pound of the best tea, and also a new ttiiiiil-ter lo put il in; a he k new she already had plenty of Itia, und also a caiinisler, he was puz zled to determine what the old lady 4vauted ol inure tea and a new cauuisler, hut. his (pieslionings elicited nothing more than a rope tit ion of the order: Jim, tiid 1 not tell line to get ine a pound of Ihe best lea und a new cmiiii tel ? Now, go along and do a I bid thee. And go along lie did, and when he came In. me at night the Ira and neiv 1 mi nister were his companions. The old lady look them from I. mi with an amus ed expression 011 her usual placid fea tures, and depositing the tf-a ill the caii nisler, set it oil the tiielf for a special ti -c. 1 1 had no! long lo wail, for Ihe burrowing neighbor Lad frtipicnt ue for the aromatic herb. The good old lady loaned generously, emptying buck In the cannislor any remittances of hoi row ed teas which the neighbor's conscience inclined her In make. Time went on, and allcr i. infilling lca than the one hundredth time ol borrowing, the neigh bor again appeared for "jul another drawing ol lea," when the ofl-visilfd cauuisler wits brought out, an I found lo be empty, and Ihe good old lady and obliging neighbor was Jul one pound of lea pooler than when she bought the new canister, which now only remained lo lell Ibfsioi y, Then the m nle a liillechur-acleii-slie tpee-h, pethnps Hie liitl in her tilt, she s.iid ; 'limn see. I that taiiiii-lei. 1 rilled i! fol thee Willi a -lull ml ol my best tea, and havr iet it all lo ihee ill di illicit, and (Hit into it all I limi l.a-l m lit me in return and mine but thywll bath uken there limit or id. led unto il, ami lit w thou t el it empl) ; therefoie I w ill MV to Ihee, Ihoii hat borrowed lhye.f mil, am) I can tend litre 110 Inortr '. Jlisll Hll.l lt4.ft 41 aU.ft.ttl ft.. Siience in a tlill iioi. One of Ihe haute! things Im a liiiu to tin, t to keep alii. Ever) Wl) w ant lew ir braid lost, and thi it ji.t w hat fills the world ith iioti.nnt. Ever) body want tew (all, few Want to thllik, and nolrttly wattU lo li.u-u. Ti- (frealent Uike-ra ainuiig tin- Jealber-, ed lii.ka sir Ihe mtgpie and gitmcy Lett, and IK-Ithei or them are of nun h ft. Cmntl If man am t tn he it tight Itie U! laid be kali play is a blank viir. I have known im inn a man It beat in an ai guuirnt by just liu.l lug hit head unce in a w hi'.e and aUnpIv in, e . jl-s 0. It lake a ureal menu) blo to dilve in a nail, but one will c linch St. Sinn men talk just aa a l itmh (suit tools, all day long in a hail bushel lura lire. Silence never makes eny blunder and alw uj gila m muli h credit ar Is duo II, and ofl lime more.. When 1 ace a man I slenlnit lo me clus, 1 alwu say to intsril, l.".k out, Josh, that fellow 1 taking your iiic.itiie 1 have In. aid men argy a pint two hour and a half and not git enn v tunln t from w here th.iy atarlrtl than a inu'e In a tied mill, they did a good ileal ol going loiiud and lountl. I have sat ml jury and had a lawyer talk law, fakta and 04 lilence ov the ke all out nv me, be.iiles uniting the lap on mi Intuit. I have been lew church 'inngri lor sum gosHl, and com hum an phull ov It that i couldn't ilr4V a long hi til It without shil ling a button. Krevily and silence aie the Uvo grale kinds, anil next lo sat lug nothing, saying a little it the strength nl ov the game. One thing i. ccrlaiu, il 1 only Ihe jrtite thinkers who kan atl'.inl tew be brief, and (hum Im. been bill phew vol Ilinca M-I published ivhlch could not he cut dow 11 lwo-lhird, nnd inenity ov lliom could lie cut clean back lo Ihe lltle page 44 ilhiiul hinting I In-lit . It 1 hind to find a mini ov good fteuse who kan look hack upon ciiity occasion and wish ho hud sod sum more, hut it I, easy lo 11 ml menny w ho w!h they bed said loss-. A thing setl Is haul to recall, but nnsed il kan be spoken at any (line. Krevily I, the child of silence, and it n great credit tow the old mini. MM I 1 Kill. 4 ti Kl I.l I'M Kit 11 tl.tl II Villi. The mountain range of Colorado cover 1111 area of from sixty thousand to seventy thousand (ipinrc luilea. Thi exclude bodily the entire territory east of this point. All Switzerland covers sixteen thousand square miles, or, to (ho accurate, fifteen thousand nine hundred and ninety. The fact ia Switzerland, compared to Colora do, is as one of the little wooden toy cow to a living bullalo, You can take the whole little country, ami act it down in either the North, or Middle, or South Park, without touching the ritu of the mountain within these grand and singular inclofitiriis. These parka are each of them from twenty-four thousand to twenty-eight thousand sipiaro miles In extent ami, Sun Luis Is nearly as ling us nil three, an to the, magnitude, which Is cer tainly 1111 clement of mountain scenery. As to the pure scenic beauty, ol course the evidence cannot be reduced to figure ; but it is reasonable) lo suppose that thi vast expanse of gigantic ranges, endless cannons, bottomless gulches with lake lets swung twelve thousand feet in the air and its cascades and icy waterfall still higher with its eternal snows and pre Adamite stono forest of tropical e fllores ce m e -oilers all of picturesque and wild effect that any other land or region can claim. Cull Switzerland the minia ture Colorado n! Europe, if yon will but lei us be dmie forever wilh the other phrase, which has no meaning in Itself and is a detraction of our land. I.uinln r iini)t' Mdijmiiie. ut. k 111-11 tit rim n it. It you waul to have piaver meetings the most nourishing of all tin: liieetlngs of the chuich, lieu in c bo4v you introduce what is called piopiiely. According to the curitiiil uoiou, a iiiuii must come into a prayer meeting as if I e hud left every drop of juice behind him. He must not "Utile. lie must not be glad to ace any. bod . lie must not shake hands. He i going to praite I Im Iiid; nnd we all know thut the Ixod despi.es mirth! And so the people go into a prayer meeting, and sit down, cold, solid, proper solemn. Then Ihey read a chapter. And Iheii Ihey dole out a hymn. And then they make a set prayer. Then (hey tillrr a lew exhortations to Improve the oera.loii. Then follow another hymn and prayer. And then they get up ami go home. The children do not like to go to prayer meet iug, and (Lai ia no evidence of total de pravity! Was there ever anything con trived lo destroy the spirit of religion like lluil? Kilt it Is uked, ill luepiing where men are happy, and unlit , and even laugh, do yon suppose Ihe spirit of Ihe lird l pie-t-nl? I do. W t vou aiipMiae (hat in aii llierl'nigt lllfll tall huvt: Mitwc deep vil-Wa of in. ihu-e im ic h s tul vie ol rr.pnu sihilu 4 , mid ihose Ileal l-ai ii ring view auf duly hich lend to make red (hii-iiiu liuliiies? 1" do. W 011 aiippne you mi develop I'lft liigln-.l I) pes oil hristiau turn in such liieeliiigs? I d... I do not know whether tint 1 an develop a great many of them; I nrver aaW inanv of (hem iiuder any sj.lein; bul n Im mr, I lievrr, for Ine itke of tlevrloiitiif 111111 siroiig man, 441,1 .41-1 ili.e a li.uii-aiiil Wink on-. A ltd r t) I iiitsliait s4i'iii should Im-our (hat Uki. 1 jic 1 the boitmu at well a. the lop, A l'eull Hiiii, w ler d tughlrr iittia Inl mi going out rueiiiii-ft ralhrr ofiruer Ihau he with hit old f"g in. Hun. thought advi.abV, put a genlir opiale in hrr tea, and, When !uiiibrr' chain had Ir hi ml le-r, abated l.er head aa amo-oili a a billiard ball, site wnl now Urry at house liil hrr hair be gntwb.