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n7 8m '
j THERE IS. NQ DEATH.
There Is no death 1 The stars RO'dowu '
To tli" upon s6mo,filrqr, shore (
And, bright In Hcavens jeweled crown,
They thine for evermore. '
Thcro Is no death I The dust wo tread
Shall chatijo beneath tlio summer showers
To golden griitn, or yellow fruit,
Or rninbowtlntcd Uowcrs.
Tho granite rocks dlsorgnnito
T9 foul tlio hungry 11101 thoy boar j
Thofiircst lenves drink dallj life
Frdra out tho viewless nir.
There ii no dcatli ! Tho leave1! may fill,
The llowcrl.muy fade and pass uWay
They only wait through wlutry hours,
Tho'cotulug cf tho Mny.
Thcro is no death I An nngel form
Walks o'er tho earth with silent tread ;
Ho bears our best loved things away,
And then iro call them "dead."
Ho loaves our hearts nil desolate
Ho plucked our fairest, sweetest flowers j
Transplanted into bliss, they now
Adorn Immortal bowers.
The blrd-llko volco whoso joyous toues
Mado glad this sccno of sin and stilfc
Sings now in evel lasting song
Amid tlio tree of llt'o
And, where Ho sees n smile, too brk'ht,
Or hearts too pure fur taint nnd vice,
Ho hears it to thnt world jf llgln
To dwell in Paradise.
11 rn into 'hat undying Ufa,
They lenvo us but to come agiin ;
Willi j iy nu weloonio them the satin,
Except in tin uudpaln.
And, ever nearlis, though unseen,
The diar Immortal spiiils tread;
For all the hout.dless universe
Is life theio are 110 cleul.
Fur n tlccil he hud not done, John
liudtnan waa ni'rcstcd, tried, anil found
guilty, and sentenced to ten years' im
prisonment. Ten years, beginning nt twenty-five.
Tho best years of his hi'o Circumstan
tial evidence, which has doomed many
a m..n, had doomed him. That and a
I'also witness who took his oath to a lie,
with Gcd'd namo upon his lips, and his
guilty hand on God'a holy Bible. It
was a horrible fato ; ami tho worst of
it was, that no ono believed him inno
cent friend, brothor, casuol acquaint
ance, all shook their heads and said, "It
was a dangerous thing to trust a wild
young man with so much monoy."
Only Eva Fay, his young betrothed,
sent him a tiny note, blurred with her
tears, wuerotn shone these words bea
con lights to that unhappy man in that
dark sea of sorrow:
"My darling, whatever others think,
I will trust and lovo you until I dio."
Could she havo como to him, could
sho havo spoken words of hopo and ton-
uerness with her wluto hantls in his
own, ho could havo borno his fato bet
ter. But thoy would not let her enter
tho prison walls,
Who could blamo thorn, thinking as
thoy did ? And sho was too young and
too gentle to resist thorn by stratagotn.
So tho girl of sixteen could only break
her hoart in silence, and her lover bow
beneath tho just laws which for onco
hau dono injustice.
Thoy parted, and tho years rolled on,
ono after tho other. In tho world strango
changes happonod, and there woro doaths
and marriages and births. Old faces
went, netf! ones carao. Invontioi.s . ,
tho world ablaze. Wars and rutn"W f
wars shook tho earth. In tlm prison
ono m.onstrous routino divide 1 'ho days,
and tho nights were only m irk d by th'
exchango of sun for gaS'liglit.
John Kodnian's soul :iu crushed;
considered a felon by nl bo gtew to
leol liko one to shrink 11 'in too eyes
of honest men, and to hav j no hope on
earth or in hoavon savo th.ti-' prison
Sometimes ho said, '"Ici ojr will
end at last," And then he atkud linn
solf, "For what? My life is wasted-
1 cannot begin again."
And untimely snows 1 lull upon bio
hair, and wrinkles drew themselves ujv
on his brow. And whon a- lapt tb
prison doors woro oponod to lot out -the
poor; wronged man, ho tolt oi ler than
most men of fifty. Ho stood in tho
'world without a cent, or tlt'ieut clothcJ,
or any placo to In do his hind, nnd bow
ed bonoath tho sonso of lm grout wrong
aim uiner toss,
There had como with him nn old thioC
ono of hhvjail companions a bad, bold
man, with a drop of gratitudo some
whoro in tho midst of hii heart. Ho
followed John Hodman aiA caino up to
him in a lonoly placo, at tl bleak cor
ner of a road, where ho stoo puzzled
trying 10 collect ins thoughts.
I'day', whot aro you going to do?"
"Do ?" said John, doorrily. "Earn
an honest living, or hang myself."
"Don't let 'cm know you'vo been in
there," said tho thief, pointing prison-
ward, "or you can't do tho hrst; and
before you put your neck in tho nooso,
como to our plane. You'll find a friend
thcro, and I liko you," and ho endod
with an oath.
John Hodman shuddered. Ho know
what haunts that man mado his homo
in, and a horrible dread of himself fell
upon him. Ho had boon called a thief
so long, that it seemed quito possible
that tho actual life of ono might no be
fore him. Ho grow cold from tho heart
"I shall cam an honest living some
how," ho said. "All I want is bread
and shelter. Then good by."
"Good by," said tho thief. "It is
") Alloy, if you want to como there;
you may yet."
Ami they parted John uodraan ta
ing tho road toward New York.
T I ( a fi raf fit nu iti f wn a v rn ltn run t f ft
IJ ItiWV VIIUUhUV II WO) Illicit UU IjUlliW
understood that ho was freo, of Eva.
Not that ho might woo or win her after
ton yeai'3 of disgrace, but only to see
icr onco and tell her how, through all
thoso yoara ho had remembered and
worshipped her. Ho baldly guessed
himself, how ho had changed. Tho
tang-down look, tho thin, bent frame,
tho unkempt locks that blew about his
faco ; tho hat with a hole in it, the rag
ged knees and elbows. A squalid, beg
garly wretch, who, when he last looked
in a mirror, had been a Bpruco young
fellow, handsomo as a picture.
bo ho toiled on toward tho city, and
when faint with hunger, found a horse
to hold, or a job to do and earn a pit
So whon he crawlod into the town, ho
lad a shilling, and being faint, slunk
into a restaurant hard by to get a glas3
of alo. It was a placo frequented by
Germans, ami with a sanded iloor and
baro pino tables. But it had its ele
gancies, too. Aud opposito tho table
where John Kodraan sat, hung a squaro
mirror and two gaudy prints. John
lookod at one of these, then at tho oth
At last toward tho mirror.
Ho thought it was a window and that
a man was locking at him through it,
at tho first glanco.
"What an ill-looking dog," thought
John. "I wouldn't trust him. How he
stares, poor wretch; ho don't seem hu
man- Ah ! Oh, my Uod I is my
It was an awful moment. Death has
no raoro fearful pang. That miserable
crcaturo was John Hodman was tho
being of whom ho said, "I That
that that "
Ho hid his head in his arm3, and was
only saved a Bano man by a flood of
The phlegmatic Germans only fancied
him at thatstage in his cups, when weep
ing becomes quito natural. Uno, a yel
low haired grocer, grinned and quito
enjoyed tho joko and that was all tho
And John Rodman, broken-hearted
and quito crushed, crept out into tho
street, his own imago haunting him as
a ghost. Oh, tho lost youth, tho bright
oyed, bright-haired boy who loved Eva
V ay, whoro has ho gone . Uh. tho stal-
rt&rt, km I:' mo muu :ut wit.m that
youth should havo e!i;iiind Yhcro
waa h:s gravo dug '. Wi wm tui3, a
blot on tho sunshine, a reuiure stamp
ed blackguard beggar u.nu able?
Mm Uouinan John t'.'um John
Rodman could it bo?
rT&! ftlimnse of his own f.i 0 had been
enough, and villi clone!." I 1 mils and
blool-fhot eyed, tinned l i :.v ' ward, ho
vowod nevus to see Eva Fay, nuvcr whilo
ho lived, tract her sec nnl know hun.
"But po'ttiapi I may in Hcavun," John
Hodman irjrtnured : "for G.d and tho
angels knew that 1 suflercil Uc a crime
I iVbver coyfcmittod, and tltut I moan o
bo honest yhilo I livo.
Thon no moinory of u Hmo when ho
had hajjftho hopes and dronirs that glad
don thi&lites of other men swept over
John Ikidman's soul, lie bad expected
to bo llph and famous, to bayo a wifo
and chWre'n about his hoarth to bo ro
spectod Viug and remembered doad ;
and uow?ut thirtv-fivo. his hopes woro
these : ulcrupt to eat, n hole to crawl
into by Wjjht, and most of all, that tho
oyo ofWliQ Woman ho worshipped, as a
Oapolioovoteo adoroj bis p.trou saint,'
luigni iiuvor rctii. upon iiiiu.
'.'It yfoujtl btoik my Eva's heart," ho
Bftid?"to sewhat I have como to.''
' Lq soinht for work tho next day. Ho
was a splendid penman and accountant.
But men looked at his rugs and his pris
on mould, which seemed to hang about
him, and drew back. Men in clean
black coats wcro to bo had ; labor was
at a discount. It was a favor to grant
it. Ono or two askod for las lottcrs of
introduction, or references. lie almost
laughed in their faces with tho bitter re
collection of the fact that ho had been
ten years in prison on a falso charge of
And so days camo and passed, and
other days, and with them no regular
employment. But somehow ho picked
up enough for meals and lodging, by
putting in coal or monial work of tho
Ho who had been, nay, was, for ho
had only boon unfortunate not guiltyv-
a gentleman by birth and nature. Ho
Btrovo and prayed for patience and for
death, until, at last, tho deepest dopth
of darkness camo to him.
No food, no fire, no shelter, savo a
dismal cellar way, for threo long days
and nights. On tho fourth, at dusk,
ho crept out to beg. It Aid not matter
who know him ; ho could shame none.
Ho went to ono great door. It was
slammed in his face. Ho stopped an
old gentleman and was threatened with
arrest. He staggered, faint with hun
ger, to other doors. "No,'' "no," al
ways "no" to his gasping prayer for
At last ; in a low, poor street, he
openod a kitchen door whero a fat wo
man was just taking from her stove oven
a groat pan of biscuit, and a comforta
ble supper was smoking on tho board.
Tho fragrance of tho warm bread
mado him faint with longing. His fin
gers quivered. Ho said humbly, hat in
COHCMiunn NKXT WEKIC.
A Ecaoon for Going to Church.
Mv desire is to give vou one or two
good reasons for going to church, which
do not depend upon the authenticity of
Christianity, or upon tho sacrcdncss of
tho Uhnstian babbath at all.
My first reason ii, that unless a map
pjto himself into a fino shirt, polished
boots and good clothes onco a week,
and goes out into tho public, ho 13 al
most certain to lanso into semi-barbarism.
You know that unless you do this
on tho Sabbath, you cannot do it at all,
for you labor all tho week. Thcro is
nothing liko standing alono with no
placo in the machinery of society to
tono down ono's self respect. You must
bo nwaro that you aro not in sympathy
with society. You aro looked upon us
un outsider becauso you refu3o to come
in contact with society on its broadest
and best ground. I tell you it is a
good thing for a man to wash his face
clean, ami put on his best clothes and
walk to tho houso of God with his chil
dren on Sabbath, whether ho boliovcs in
Christianity or not. Tho church is a
place whero at least good morals aro in
culcated, and whero tho vices of commu
nity aro denounced. You can afi'ord to
stand by so much of tho church, and by
so doing, say :
Hero nm 1, and hero aro mine, with
a stake in tho welfare of socioty, and
an interest in tho good morals of soci
oty. My dear friends, this littlo operation
20110 throudi with every Sabbath would
givo you self-respect, help you to keep
your head abovo water, and bring you
lniO Byuipniliy Willi uiu ucak uuuiuiy iuu
world possesses. Dr. Holland,
A Mountain of Salt.
Among tho many curiosities and won
ders that havo lately been discovered in
tho far-off Western wilds, none is more
strikim: or marvellous than tho moun
taiu of Hock Salt, situated about twen
ty miles from Meadow Valley, Novada,
and only eighteen miles from tho head
of navigation on tho Colorado Kivcr. It
risos abruptly from tho plain, about four
hundred foot in height, a mountain of
pure, sparkling, cry'Btalizcd oalt. Not
a particlo of dirt upon it, seemingly a
mountain of glass, being perfectly trans
parent, and when tho refleotion of tho
4 ,1 ... iL. 1 .1!
sun tans upon it, ino giaro is uiiuuing.
Wo havo scoa specimens taken from it,
now in possession of Mr. C. B. Norris,
and it resembles puro crystal, more than
it docs salt. From what wo can loam
of its extent and magnitudo, thoro is
salt enough in this ono mountain to
supply this continent for a century.
St. Josoph Union.
JfcVF. Thompson tolls tho editor of
tho Louisvillo Journal that tho only
porsons in tho south who wish to do any
moro fighting uro thoso who didn't do
any whoa thoy hud tho chanco.
Fowor of Imagination.
Alexander Dumas published ill a dai
ly Paris paper a novel, in which tho he
roine, prosperous and happy, is assailed
by consumption. All tho irradual symp
toms aro most touchingly described, and
tho greatest interest was felt for the he
roine One day the Marquis do Dalo
mien called on him.
"Dumas," said he, "you mean to let
your heroine dio ?"
"Of course. After such symtoms as
I havo described, how could sho livo. ?"
"You must change tho catastrophe."
"Yes, you must ; for on your ' hcro
ino'a lifo depends my daughter's."
"Your daughter's ?"
"Yes ; sho has all tho various symp
toms you havo described, and watches
mournfully for every new number of
your novel, reading her own fato in your
heroine's. Now, if you mako your he
roino live, my daughter, whoso imagi
nation has been deeply impressed, will
live too. C jmo, a life to savo is a tem
"Not to be resisted."
Dumas changed h'13 last chapter. Ilia
lieroino recovered and was happy.
About live years afterward Dumae met
tho Marquis tit a party.
"Ah, Dumas!" ho' exclaimed, "let
mo introduco you to my daughter ; she
owes her life to you. There she is."
"That fine, handcomo woman, vh
looks liko Jcanno d'Arc ?"
"Y03. Sho is married, and has had
"And my novel four editions," said
Dutnas ; "and so wo are q'tits."
Tho ElTcot or Marriage.
Doubtless you have remarked, with
satisfaction, how tho little oditioo of
men who marry rather late in lifo are
pruned away speedily after marriage
You havo found a man who used to be
shabily dressed with a huge 3'uirt collar,
frayed at the edgee, and a glaring yel
low handkerchief, broken off those things
and become a pattern of neatness. You
have scon a man whose hair and whis
kers wcro ridiculously cut, spcodi'v be
come like other human beings. You
have scon men who took snufi' copious
ly, nnd who generally had his breast
covered with snuff, abandon tho vile
habit. A wifo is tho grand wiclder of
tho moral pruning knife. It' Johi.son's
wifo had lived, thcro would havo been
no hoarding of bits of orange pool ; no
touching of all the posts in walking
along tho street ; no eating nnd drink
ing with a disgusting voracity. If Oli
vor Goldsmith had uianio 1, ho would
never havo worn that memorable nnd
ridiculous coat. Whenever you find a
man whom you knot; littlo about, odd
ly dressed, or talking ridiculously, or
exhibiting eccentricity of manners, you
may bo sure ho is not a married man.
For tho littlo comers aro rounded off,
tho littlo shoots aro pruned away, in
married men. Tho wife's advice is the
tiller that keeps tho ship steady. They
aro liko tho littlo wholesome, though
painful shears, nipping off tho little
growths of self-conceit and folly.
Tho Way of tho World.
Wn u-nro travMinf throuffh Canada.
and after a long day's rido, stopped at
U1I lllll, nilWiV IUU yutiov... . w mv.w uwwi.
gathered around tho cheerful fire.
Amoni; tho occupantn ot tno room wo
nhsnrvnrl nn ill-lookinfr CU1 who lit! -I
shown his wit by takingquurtcra in co
comtortabio an rparwicui. .micr a
fr-w mnmonts tho landlord cntcicd. and
observing tho canine specimon, remark
"Fino dog, that! Is hcyouis, cir?"
approaching ono of the passengers,
"Beautiful dog ! yours, air?" ad
droasing himself to tho second.
"No!" was tho blunt reply.
"Como hero, pup ! 'Perhaps ho is
"No," was again responded.
"Very sagacious animal. Belongs
to you, I ouppeso, sir?"
"No, ho doson't," waa tho ronly.
"Thon ho i3 yours, and you have a
treasure," (throwing tho animul n crack
er.) "Nothing of tho kind."
ni ! (i asmilel ho belontrs to
m.ittnr nf course ?" addressing
t on mm -. .
himself to tho last r nsaonger.
"Wouldn't havo mm as a gut."
"Thon. you infernal dirty, moun,
contemptible whelp, git out!'' and
thoroupon tho host gave tho poor dog
mi cli 11 kii'l; ns Rnnt tlin nnov imimal vei
ling into tho Btreet ami it tho roars of
The noises of New Yoilc city havo
necessitated a fashion of wenring plugs
in the can. Thcso aro small cotton
wads saturated with eomo delicato oil,
and inserted in tho car as suits the con
venience or needs of tho wearer.
The Homo Journal notices, in con
nection with the car-plugging fashion,
an article f-. r carrying thcso wails when
thoy aro net doing duty in the car. It
is a small, Hit bo:;, like a snub" box,
made oil-tijhi. st a) to prove it ihe cs
capo of the liquid, and these bocs can
bo carried in the vopt pocket. Tho
Journal says that ladies attach the box
to a "little gold ring hung from tho
These oiled car-plug3 must bo very
sightly, particularly in a warm day,
when tho oil is exceedingly limpid, giv
ing the city a fashionable promenade
tho appearance of an cpidemi :al run
ning at the ers. It f cema to us a hot
ter contrivance would bo a sort of vnlvo
fastened on cither end of n fpriiic that
should psss over the lop of tho licnd,
bringing the valve opposito tho oar, to
open or shut acoordip,': to the noises,
liko a hinged stopper te an ir.h'tnrul.
And woul t it not '.. an animrnblo
fashion to ivcur a ph-ier on tho nose,
easily adjustable, do ihut v.hcii in tho
tuniosher? ol .':iaU;'8 tho piuchor
would elo'-e tl t .-!.U? Thoy woar
such n Lo.'" f n:iv or our larac
r;ti-3 Live n 1.1 iv .op.itate r.tinks 03
lijs tl.'.t fam '. ,-''ice of me!is ana
tiio.'c pi. 4 v'lK'h b.A'ii oil r'i'ieriOJ
havo (he ,! 'i' ! l!nti ltn:; .'' -no.
If thcro c-vild, ; t t!io sutno time, bo
invented i mou'b-st' pror, ro tlrnt tho
unruly member 'but refcus thoroin c-uld
havo 'licence only at proper times, what
a happy thing that would boROS$ip
and slander would go a tvgglng, for
thcro would be no tor.," t j spoal; nov
oar to hear. -C! 'vclartd Herald.
ITcuir.go mu Aotions.
Wo c;.t.v hcai I cf a bliut old follow
who sometime hit the noil on tho Itoad
exactly. On r.ne occasion, in a com
pany where ho wis. a perion prosont
praised a certain muTi for hid "god
feelings " Every-bbuy joined . and said
the win w.-n possonf-l f rx.vllont feel
ings "Win, Ins lie do" 0 ?" unkod
our old genius "Oh! in every thing
ho is 11 mat' of line benevolent feelings,"
was tho reply. "What has ho .o.'"
cried tho old fellow tig .in. By thin
time tho company thought it ncassary
to chow some 01 their lavorittrs aouigi
Thoy began tn cast about in their minds;
tut tho old inan clill shouted, "What
has ho D'::i:?" They owned that they
could nut name any thing in particular.
"Yet," answerod tho cynic, "you say
that the man h 13 good ,l'f .?. Now,
gentlemen, let 1110 toll you that thoro uro
people in this world who get a good
tiamo simply on account of their feel
ings. Y u'c.m't tc.l ono goitrous no
tion that they ever performed in their
livc3, but they can look nnd talk most
benevolently. 1 know a man in this
town that vou would all call a curly,
rough, unainiablo crcaturo ; and yet ha
has dono m:ro acts of UindncLO than all
you put tegeihsr. You may judgo peo
ple a actions by tneir locltng3, but L
judgo their feelings by Uuir actions.'
Why so Mien B.w.inv r. Foutd.
"Because," tsays Bayard Tayltr,
"there girls do not jump from infancy
to ladyhood. Thpy aro n-it oont from
tho cradlo to the parlor, to dreej, to sit
still, and loo!: pretty. No, icy oro
tr.nted v.i children ehvuld bo. During
childhood, which c:.t';nd3 though tv pj
riod of E'jvernl jc'irs, they arc plainly
and locntily ilres'ed, aivl allowed to iuu,
romp, ami play in the open nir. Thoy
aro not loaded dowa, girded ivbout mid
npfro.'sed ovvty vy with ceuntlcss
frills, nnd oupuu'b'ti.ilant Jlowiee3, 00 as
to be admired f r tln-ir olo'hlng ; nor
are rerWcd .''!:? or dyspptrtto by
with o&ndics and
swoet enkep, r-'j r.r
icon chi'.dtin. 1
and vt-ri"U. r.i t
, -,:: 'pk.' "ood. freo
. id un abundance
of cun?h!!i K'r'.i t
whole porlod of
childhood, nro the t-tcrots of beiuty in
Youxa l".tiic3 who aro accustomed to
read nowGpapors are always observed to
posc:s3 mort aimablo dispositions, in
variably mako good wives, anil always
delect good husbands. A fact. Aud
gcntlomon who pay punctually ior tnoir
newsnnrer. havo cood healtii.livo to tv .
good old age, dio easy, and oacapo tho
wrath to como.
A man die;t for lovo only whon io
turns his red whiskers to black or brown..