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Fath,.r: 'I: D)eeper und deepe oer lower th.e t 1', P, t i night : Closer and closer wvould I elnt', my Father. Lead thy child nlo th " ligiht. 9 Nearer attd hearer tcome. the tempest. a, Father: it S Louder and louder does the thunder roll:; All, all is dark and dreary, Father ILad thy child unto the goal. I While all alone I struggle onatt J, t. Trying to climb the mountain height; " Finding the way so rugged. Father, a ILead thy child NattO the light. SThou dust know the way,'my Father; I ! Th'o eanat make it all seem bright; lTae me in thy kindly keepiug; o Lead thy child unto the light. Ii I will trust to thee. my Father, Ever to do what's Isut and right Knowing at last 'twill be all pae.eft, - When thy child carn eethe light. A Capital Charge. ti By W~iAY i.%NDAY. t SCHIAI Tr I. tl '.n. do n!ot than' me, I b:'g. Every effort that I have mle in the matter has s Iwen for the sake of .o:.. fattier whom I t rrns,sct. and of your--y)ou: family"--with s " ione htesitation. "But even so, I am no means sure tiat It would not have been t Swiser to disregard your res less !esire for ( r4change ani to leave you to w'rk your own I1 Wt -ay." 't ie ,gfrey Itertr.tm spoke In his most nntnnp:omislug tone, whilst his. Leli ji eve~s.scanned ra:het sternly the face of the yo itman sa'ed at the opposite.side of Ii the lih r' table. Few peepe, however. a o, d its h been a'toge:her prof against f the smile i hlch broke over ('aryl Vane's j ft a'ntres as e I, oked up and re.,lied - "It Is to m that the kindne a has beer done. whetherr my own sake or not, so y I cannot help b. ng grateful. (h, Sir I: (:eoofrey If you t Id only guess what a those old leJgers a that high stool haveoa s been to me during te past few years! ' le And, as to rising, wh ambiltion could be c satisfied with sutch pr..sts as mine have I Sbeen hithrto?"' _ "Well. I dare say it tla ave seene't Sslow plodding work to a you fellow of a your temperament," Sir Geo: v allowed. e '*"n the oter hand. don t run a'iae with Ii the Ideam that you will fiid farminC'lin the u far West a perfectly easy a "air. 'There ii won't Ibe mtuc!t of an olpprttluity, ie in t tellyou, for ease or Ineglect of duty. At i. once the e, you will have Iittl: chance i-f I again chanting your mind." I ('aryrl stared and eolored a little, "1 think you wr ng mne. sir," he ex claimed inmpulsively. "From the firs; I I havenever liked my position in Mr. Hrow ton's counting-house. When Ieft school, I however, that was the ouly situtation that I o ered ltsel, Was 1 to blame bxaumse I accepted It rather than be a burden to my i father." I S"No, you were ri.ht; and I a:u glad t that I can help you now out of--Ah, Al Ian, and what may you wantL" IC 'The dor opened anda third man saunt eredl into the room. "'lucky dogs like myself, who have I been born with a silver spoon, you know, and all that sort of thing. don't need tot harry: we can !eav.' that to the struggling I herd,"'' was a sentiment to which Allan I Eerttram had treiuently given expression, I although never within earshot of h's en- I ergetie uncle; and in every a 'vement he I carr!ed that theory Into practice. What remem, however, the youn , man I itd for elassingl bimself so eonfidently I abe e the s'ruggling herd" It would per. haps be dlei'cult to say. Truly, so long as his unele remained unmarried and child- I Ires, Allan was heir to the Blronet's title Sand eestates; but then how long would it suit Sir (eof"rey to conetinue single? A I man of llfty, only slightly gray, sicrang limbed and go d lookilng could scarcely t'o eco'ds ere g altgether outside the marinmeial pale. StiUll Allan Bertram continued his esyt-geng eourse. shrug- I glnl hs shoulders whenever any *Ilea of his uncle's marrying was mentioned in his hearingl and giving himself a'l the airs of the nlw lnetipsable heir of broad lands and a wile domain. i To-day, however then was a certa'n o eiomelnt amileb Ia his manner and glance which was altogetherl at variance with his customary calm langu'r; anl his gree.lhg as h eamght at Caryl's out stroted had had something almost uprmffoi shoutit "Mqy Gear fllow, what luck! lere hae I beu fCEogdmo knows how long hemcarndga shad~l i in having to drive dowo to Uthrqo and post ttem re which I drme aot truat to ay u mla~lmhan;udlm yoi spare nme asrmeo, as h rehli edt "oratal11eey he ae toheImpo:tant mNsives Ae they lve-leoe tLhtyou m m at eme of xateme tan, Pr a32: mrot, I stae ·I .-emse m ·olrre~)nb *pen the bantering -)o you amr to cy, Alan, that thes lntrs havoe yet"he In." Irod ularily. 'It l a thatt you ex oee ydur alis-ndJ ma to toi memw ltNsh tLan ii 'Us wleewe IeofeltqleSuis as sno flaks; but oem we yet have the mosy yen dely sendla W u hell ardesely hell l .masr r ylo teen. sir. uOs 1 have elrady othetrwuldedOalo a tuet Now, as em little dleeeas. lf lotwmm peertIme - ansusee ely hetmg Vase-1 "Why, hewtfldu~ert"interposed that NShmaIOOl GIiUOL ".Ges-bgr, Sir Geetre. And -m oaotet lt ssy bow theakl I ettom . * "fsh mdeNr hoy!- I'vO Gne little mm " wa e tiasaswei. "1 sill be Y _~long h of havIng had lid. he i 60 whik yo Swilm am t. O ers we e Mil oo you e aLobo eeryo e th? oewd-hofo the S L bl hs oe, Sir Gefmy was struk :: themmmb: rmehm o m Y - poll. euld nt hlp rohetlng tMslllyl sim ther rlto I Oory Imimll told o lldvidual chemse. bohamost peecyom sm e ~i me wel p-eleLt 1Lash lo and wea hsP opnd the Ipr e WS o m~ rr m *,tr I 'iI~q . ;t ;l i. t . i, t %.;, it t" I .ti q;, " r -. t'"..pl .!!! .' i '. t ! it I 1 '',lt"h : IN *idli '6-1l.I R' .'!i. ti l. :4v ! i. :0l s. the ct. of "'1l ell tia'. , I, l', h0 Ii ' Im liitrmo 'el t i% h' altr AlIt:l. 'l'le:e ssufa ! r- t e LO:.I stitl la iin hint. .\; to Al:a:i. i'mi ti e.1 of tlis -e f'.;ietw. If h. ilI p t lh7% iiiu ,hu-r toi the tn i i \lie el i:stiln ,. l,.ta it w ulll iun. b.tter for tI inu no.v. I'i lala he II s ei t it" ee I it it I, " slomle ny--Ieii. if -ifI hlilgs go asi I ho, ts tli y nma. ftter all he lI.m, lied here a! silice lie wasr a boay. e ilalapa it is iatllr 5 iR! he rlo . I intke tir, of lolill . so for tilhe itst or ipl idals.' alter which sollewhat all lemtigmna ical utterlineie hopeintl t le Times it and began to ro.d. 0:1 "ileeidedly rum card, the governor,'" de Allan was at that instant observing, as li lie stood It the top of the 'tone stelps I.ad Ing down into thle gro ids. ".uite atTe, Ilonate to you. old manp, I dleclise 1By thia wly, you'd better register theo preciolus doculments if It won't betoo much t nuble" tt --jointing as he spo':e to the envel,pes Iha whlich Caryl was pushinug li'n the breast ie locket of Ilis overcoat. "'I aml sending at: notes instead of c:elue". It happened to to be more eonvenient to arrange it so." "Not Iparticularly safe, is that?" re- 32 marked ('ary!, by way of saying some- ye thing, at the same time looking aroundl for i thie walking-stiek which he usually earrielt. h Allan laughed and raln his fingers at thriugh his curly brown hair. lI y 'What lhave you lost, old fellow? Your at ms stick! 1' rhaps you didn't brlng one. As m I to the money, I never Was cautious, e:se I h suppose 1 should not have dispatched a '! o thousandl or two in this way. Yet who is at n to guesa that It has gone this m:.rnIng;' 1 r Certainly, hoWever, it would be b'tter a, a If tile relieving o't.ee in there"--with I Jerk of his i ad towarl the libtary door- t "shouldn't know. lle',l say that it was re ii just like my carieless way of do'ngthlng."' e P'erhaps Caryl agreed wi It the Bilaronet, f but, however that nmight be, he turned ti r. away with a nod, abandoning his search t for the slick. Allan Bertram's words 's jarred upon him just n.,w, when liei mind was full of other thoughts. iI ,i: At th best of time, however, the twolIt uo young iW were not on reumarkablv friend- a irly termus-indeed. thie ciuire's hlie r was i at no favorl e among any of the men in the ra re ne'ghborhood. This falt trubled Allan ! very little, sines his large, rather bold h e eyes, tall figure andl white hands had al re proved powerful to win popularity among a women wherever he went. V r Once beyond tile gates of the park that t, Df surrounded Rook Hail ('aryl 'ane slack- I~ . ene I the pace which had spirdIly carrled te h him u.at of Allan's sight. It was the depth is of winter atdil the roads were as hard as .3 re Iron. whilst the hedge-row twigs seeme I , t to shrink and shrivel in the keen frost c, I. that reigned everywhere. Absorbel in I, *f his own thoulghts, Caryl did not seem to i heel the cold. a All the country appeared deserted. The - -ittle were housed away fro tihe search- w I injawlld The broiwn earth gave out no e r- fra, Ipnt scent. The very blades of Igrass : * felt siI and brittle to the tou,.h; and the at farmerN with their men. were employing I the ii it:e usefully a's they could in barns o y and outbuingsl leavling the wide, bar- ti ran ields l__pty and desolate. The two d tall smoking q imney, far away Il the a I- distance, remidi iag the Vicar a son of the I tI ofllte beneath thLr shadow where he had e t- worked for s, ing" long and weary I t months, seemed to t1 the only signs of tl re aetvity and life, a r, With his head bent de u aid his lips is to clprssed, ('aryl h i 'd onwards. e mg neither turning to the rig nor left until c aa he r e I the corner wh I'ltherpe a, road branehed of: and then, l in a mo- ii a- ment, the gloom of the ladsce seemed he to disappear, the flied linaes dout his i mouth were reltaxed, and the bloo.l i a rusnhed to his cheeks for tliere, ' h s ly beautiful light in her dark eyes an h e r- demurenst of smiles h verlag about as pretty Ilps stool the girl be loved.best ii d- all the world. tie "Angel. yol here?'" he exclaimed. Il it " Why, whet has brought you all the way A from home, and upon such a day too?" r ig- Angel laughed and shook her head, at I lythe same time slipping one small hand e within his arm. She di not blush or m tremnble at his toach, as be, strong young i gi- fellow that he was, had done at the mere I of sight of her. She would have Ilughed the I In idea to corn, had such a possibility been a e suggested to her. he was his sister- I ad nothing more. she would lhave answeredl I Seventeent years before Mr. and Mrs. t•- Vanegolng one summer night If r filnaal id stroll round the vlcarage garden. had e found, spon tisir return to the house. a I is strange lie bhndle lying in the porch. it- With tender fingers the mother, who hadl ist shout half an hoer befo given her sic- I year-old ldest-bon his gIe l-night kisc, re lifted up the oddly-shape l pareel and ag erried it Inside the hIse to the Ight. SWith trenmb g bhnds ase unwrapped the shwlt that farmed the outsile _ov~igt. i- and fo amongst its folds she lifted ont• me baby, whJch at that moment raised l's sleepy eyelds ad looking at bhe with a may smil won its way stright to her wroma ly hat. mat e Whoevedlefthe infait there api 'o the doorstep had pilned to its little wllite nhfroc, trimmed wiUt cetly lace. a morel of pperon which was wurltsat eword "a- "hryLstall" and tht was te only algl gwhichkl was left to the tiny girl of a11 ihat had happened in il abort life befor it hd as p aeed the vkcrage threlshkL All eforts ed to dicover th pers wheo had laid her in '- Mrs. Va'nes pthway povled truitleste o The clergyman and hls wife were by no if mens aMlthy people, sad e knew it i be hd work to IiI an extra little ie month" Yet amongst the children of the lgh hseel a placew townd fr thte nw a orer, who ith been recevle as thuglh se hd flien straight frm heave. It was Ibecus of s'Ie pretty fraey o thit srt that pe pi bad get intotia way, ii; hildf-piyfqlly. of calMig the dainty Scr eatur "'Anlel"; ad the -. cl lung t" hod' ever sines. came to pa,, that, when hrk her In the Inn., he addresed her by the tl e whkich from ruing all hat othr nmes e would hav chosen as ir lmot suitale for er, ad thats laid w i her hand spr hi arm and loe.i nup him with a siser's aTecto shinin -in tIe y eye. be " -l wanted to her what SIr Girey hd had I ,-,ad you, he sa i quickly in uaw t wonhi qruestion "It Isn' it half suc a h eadIaseverybdy makes out Lookhow the rosy I amr'-os though he had net bea leokaug at he rl wihdmiring eyes e or aek since theyet! ~Ani this long walk is er- Jlt whlat we want to tilk over yr mwm fern lapsou" In Caryl presd tho little hand me else my lyt ainsI hs si hr. "-How use you m to me:" he whIspel -e- eL "Iw mle---" Thenatera, sd --h-dun pse--'ls e r y ha awf ul n e A I? yen remembeL fe sHg haslh tbe £rlw fr iafo rt-l Ihblllt rul lI" ani/ItI man ri ! til tr l uillllitdt:llr 41 ir ll. i tW' r .. _ __I ola tflll i Fo 'ar he h tl talik,,d o,. r.ll:;pnio !w.lnd na: It Ith ||WO lilt:, ir fis . ;fnac alnd ll tnul,-r ;n:n frs Jofi thle ha;pps |lllli',!it."! + with whic'h he 11I hatl Ien : lie I Ih dif an: ib ::r befrit:. itit Ot I ! Ittl4 A5ng#s at hi. ;id.' alut the dr,.a r " ic;t I parti:l1 iro'll lihr .i,'clh itllit so smen to h Sonl" w il "ighi ulpo;i Ii's iheart. tlht sas oet e Io vrr'. ea, miti'er. I Iim'.,le I iunl the !n r lie gr.fa' s.01 whl:m at that mil 'lit iart It I :r; I' fo t the girl'p li|is ant a sighlt of the an. I e tlear, rollnm Idlown her ch.eeki, lUto lisk. hlim I the e atanloull tIhe we.ak at:cellijt alt: t . ,k as part *,moriotflll IUs Ihe felt, wtee e ''ir t;eo'lirey gelerlmus. amid (i uqeull 3oil " it all that dis:ate"' away!" she wailel. " ii, i It is cruel -ernll I' WV.at shall we d.: willt- she o:it yo.i. C'aryl.' .lu-t thik Low duill and ('ii detestable it will Ir," As to nlmt!.cr. I be a lier It will break lier heart." wh:i I- 'Adl you. Al:gel," Ih.' aked hluskily - " SI'll 'lyou 'ar ' ti-han s hel' ielpated tihe woirI dsda'.fllob, and I Ai. ;limn tl mlap a' him almost with a,,".r inf e, it s iher eyes. lit the look which nmet her, a :i it own lbanlshed evert feeling except onle of , '; g startle I surpr:se, al;d ill an in'staat she froth o foumd h.'r-lf iin aryl's arms. p S'My d rli:g." he whislpered. -do:n't xS hr you. mn:dlerstand? I hive tr;al to make irt 'you see, bit you never wouldl. We are Woll r not brot':er an I sister. Anlel-we never er. I I. have lcen as you have known always ant .s aint! my lave for you Is lint a ibrther's risk love. l).S'arest, I want )nI for mly wIfe. tmoi mr and I sum goilg away to Anme lea that I A a may win riches for you to '.:are.' hr..m I She "'a+ s!anlihl ,mllite still. ma'dmg noto i e.Tert ,o release ht"rsiclf fronm that pasIon- he t Is ate Clash. She felt too stunned even to I? imove. The clor lhad left hr sveet faretoI r nd iills, am- thie long ark lashes had mat I drulpe I utmtil th"y alnmost :wept hercheeks. to I. "'Ah. i ow itlilte yiu are"' eried ('aryl you i1 remorotefully. "\o wonder- I hdrve fright- frt eei yeas mly dear. with my awkward tere k i ml:llies;s. If I tolld only sav thie thimngs lthat aire in nl hear . love yoi woull iot 'i mimillI listeniig: hilbt ly words are , oli atm Is cle." idl 'Iler.' wrs a lo::, pause then wh:lt In I ithe stood close together. hand In hand, to t to hltart to heart. At last slowly and with II -I a sh-nmes which ('arylm haI never notiled was is I I1 h r matlner before. Angel once nmore gun me racedl lie • ees. cur a li milust think." she sald, in tlhe ,ualnt, Spe Id ser'o s way swh:i'h was omi:, of her many city id attrmtlo.:-. t '.-You s' I have never Im- to 1- aloedl you like -in thIs lglht bifore. and You, h:v'. Iben "umh a dear Ibrother to me. ior it ('aryl, an I I have alwaus loved you o say r- mic'tm thla I caniot hear to huirt you. lBut Si to tI:e 1nu" w fe-' It Lth IIr l.-w ito.nes di:,l aw.. whi Ist a love- to 1 is ly b'.hl slpreadl over her fa.e dyeing it mu I t 'rl'i-ll Ilto tho root; -' her hair. C'aryl uai st ejlml -carcc: y Ihate toad why It was so alu In bIi in -pile of her tineert in worls. he art to unnl'r.stml that lie mlght hope in future' Ent as lie hid never dared hope Ibefore. thi It '-'ome-take Ine home now:!" Angel uni h- went onI with pretty Iniperatliveness. 'We on to ean't remain hlere all day. sou know. eat 5' And. 'taryl-- ' si iO "Yes '' kE g .' enwmler you are not to bother ie lboo as one bit more about-about this sort atof unl r- thing arzalna, ntil 1 give you heave." nic to Il. still held her In hIs arms, and for ha he an instant he eo.l1 not let her go. He ha ie bent his face towards her oawn until she I c -i coald feel the warmth of his breath upon op ry her fo eheul. She thought for a moment the of that he was gong to kisi iper. sad was of amnazed to find herself trembling at the for ps leaa. Had lie not done the same thing fre Is every night and mornIlng as long u she ilI could remember. pe r:vi eatly Caryl understood wrhat as I o I in her mind, for he at once reassured her. a V ed "No, wll nat do that, AngelL" he Lo mis murmured--'ne:er again. my darl'ng, ei o.I until you tell me that tI may. Only ymou hi a will nit let go to America in doubt, dear- thn est" thu "'lo: shall know before ye start'," the we I girl returned soberly. Then she drew ti .herself away from him and with dreoplag d. Bad resumed the walk. i ay .('Good morning, miss-gosh morning, ma 4ir.' . And would yqt kLindly take the let- le at tles th you, If I rhe yaour a-gIola' p md ome.' a or They i reached the spot where the ha ng read Irald into twm. The one led 're directly toI l the little town of I- pl he thorie, wh 'nstthis point about a .1 en mie away; thelher diverged towards e r- the 'ulearage one o: two out ylm tte cis farms. Absorbed ,1 thelr own though ai, op rs. nelther Anl nor (asyl hylad notced the he ma a preach of the postdsn from behin. sd At tbheeld man's words ryl ststed and anl a turned. "i ,b ow late you are. Turner' he as a e"Another aeeIdmet on the .m~how do s "'uI, slr--near York this lme\Awmlm 0ad o'm thes old moranig do try my it matlescruel bad! The ro,t (Pile ihe the ought to put on a eart upon this f. W. WIt r. Row-'s workatlnLd themn mt a shops there's mo*le ttesn and parred. 's than I can faily m g Here's your I S paket. (;.o morning, and thak you, pe n-miss.'"n Caryliloaedafterthe old - as h Ib "in trudged braely along. m ite ".ilx iles ach way, and tre of them d rel ress a orhesim veor! I shouldn't ti 1 eareforaca walkl n all w'.abera," he vI 1gm remarked. "Aad he's nt os young sI themms el Ito beltler. Beide, there Is W too much cosusoad pssing to ant ve * from I'lthrope fmltalitobe left to his o I n', '' I .Angfel's thoughts had apprntly taken dl no adigereat dlrkmn. She broke In ulon al rIt Cal's medItation with an amesatleso 06 Iteof sur, ris. SI 'h 'See." sho w se lectingl oae from p4 n' amongs the ru msves that the ti h pmlsman hapd gIven he, lad h.ldimg it hi towlrrs him---lf there Isn't a letter d ietoe d to Okdeyn. In SirirCreiry's hend m wriUNti! What can he bhve to say to uty hot"" t Already Ca1ryl's lagers r nlslaq the latch of the prsm ga e. And, almost as dthe weeds let Anl's lips, out froml the peral.--thaltrlsy smwpor where ones U the oInely nddisertod baby had laIn-- I __ rused a tall baustIful lrl. wlth .a abundonc of ruddy-Co'd hair floatlng £ absut hLr smU had and Iovewly fae. •II "Theletters--hlttrsn t 'nat.' s__ Ci • eld "Has Bake nt my ptterns? n a And why wa that tlreome old Tunr r so u 'I Lbomnlally bebIld h's time?" hw y way of W Anstl put woenoI pas Into the hagr outsttethed hbs Srerlup shbe ws g la of tblng Ulely d &lr t draw attention awar y her own eor ewssolon loks an shy eyes At nay rate. a nmteo tall rather es tilsl. •_ "O,'e them mukly," ste impkored. "am ovorrsme, with curliosy. Whet par snayead&snIS unopi har to on0 w SsashothebypoIlt? I'm su we hv Sleoo--.batsL hdsunmtpilpble h I aM eertlt'n."' mis hsily theo u. wasserets utplcn deep' . w In Odeyla 'ls bot a to what the with eabjeto htl - mllht be. If allhew rib, mevf thS made no algp. ej "I tl mas tar I o before I l ealid ," seloe l a dm. a .lhrug other - psesful shoud~rs. "4er.l. mi tIter lIn .yngi mn7WMoun .9' FI •PII~ • , • in anld tell her wlhlat it was that Hir (o:- ore frt' liid t, ºt :f yo'L wL": 1l1:list hr rer other htntene to follw A out Ii or suggestion the young lady heriself ,fi i;:a nllI t i rush up st:airs unito i-el. there Par to malke I tsrhol.f e ,umin oel with tihe liar- ;. onet's hopes antd desires . I hr lei-les,. In lhe im caltinle tile po ir tillhh-r hadl a thard thlillng ti hear. She lwas a irae wnoll- IOU an, butil, whenI she titst"r-to:l tl:at ishe and ' the soe il waso s nlmnch to her were t sli Iart. he threw herself into his artls T weelanl aloudl. gir "Why c lmldU't lthe S.',liire lindlyou I1:t s',me. ltiug that you ilght Il ki Enlglalttlr oft she n.malted. "if olnly I couldt keep ., 1.1h n:y luit), 1)y Wl.. '" (':lryl kit-ed t':e gray- ihith t Ih lar u whichlt we:e coiled aboult hier heJ,. S"l)oi't, iiothler." lie ellntreatel . If is t,.-rr; le to ha e to lease yo i all: t iut tiiw A that I have this clhance I tanlnot let it g,'. Re i Ah. whily ware itit all in-n l;orn ri hI anlti bag t' nliat? There. is .lan i'ertr ii. who it Use a i'olrt l to sell n tlhoilsillltd tlitn tr.lt,'-s. T St.; hi-re a:e his letti e - -pullil. theli ell froll his pucke't and to,s:.iii therm tlWlo the iploin the tabl by Illet i i,! tf It.i Vicar. l ll Is Io was stanlilill Itlrsr i nillllt ing, t lia i Irrlh" `sob. W aill- lanl fae. ""WhI woulld bie ttl;we }ears' lt,,nin.i , t yotul. fatll er. Igoes to ay lii t lilor alll his ewteer:l d anmt u;-h 'ike. And here amn I wlliltg to F risk-what woillt I inot risik tl hiie a F tilOUsanid lOitilº s of Illy owni jlis nw?"'' day A lime was to coltle wlei tile reite ,fti- cr) lhr..nee o those wItors wI.,hlt .trikt a clh i me to lMr. Vane s hear.: bilt at Ih' tlinllellt T he thought little elniOugh alsnt IllhIi. . 'Notes w th iionlley enc!ojel oulght ln-,t to be left lhvinli att-it " was the V\ic:ar' nmatter-of fsit respoln .t . "1 alll uoing in to, Ulthorp-,. and will lst thein, for tila if 1. you like, Caryl, Youi c•an st.ay anil coin- sla fort your mio'iiher. Tl'hese are to Ie regis- th tere I, I suppos ?" tro 1Ti It F: r li.% Itu'I sa't ' " *-~- - ass A Great Sea, O' L 'arniw. il alenatot ).eland Standllordl, who ha-' lien for In Euro0 e for nlie month:, has irie et td to this country. A luiltng Senator Standmtord's al:sIent, it Cal was several times asserted that h^- hatli l glelt shti aroad ol,.y for tile itlurln, oft le- wit curinr 'he vahiable se-rvices if Hlerbert Spencer as iresident of the gre'at lnlver city which h.! ithle sellnator) ilos e:ldoiwl to tile extent of $20.00.000 In ('alifornia, Pa anid whie:' is now rapidly nearinlg tomlle- 13 Lion. 'i'his Seinator Stanllford tetl llie. Ie pIt says lie hilas never tllought of Ilerlert i. Sinllret r in connectlion wi h llis univter-:t . It was his objict. however. while inl, rti;.c te to pick iiip treasurls fun thle maullilieett ai flmtirllti e" hl'h Ihs to tform a Ialrt of th bat unlive .l Itiltilings. and in thi. -otivje lie ha, abtlnaailtly succeeelid. lie l;:nriauh-tl e Sart nltdels ainl w .rks of art in all I arts of lEurope egardless of expense. anid h:as, be ' thinks., to-day the nucle::s at least, for at university mseunl m superior io anly in th,- th. country. It Is his prineipal almll n life' o sI establish as sp-edily as ipossible the irit rig t'aeltc coast seat of learning. it "'.t was my Intention "' sa he to a re porter of a New Yotrk paper, "to have th fo university openel tin the twenty-mis ai m niversary of my soo's birth. lie wouldl e have been twenty-one years old next Mytay bhadhelivedst. Asthisseemstobeiml-osttibe. , I cannot say when the university will lie opened. The more I see of life abroad the more I tna convineed that such a se'at is of learning as I hope to establish ia Cali- a fornia will prove a great blessilng in this tb free cuntry.".: wI He Had an Awful Bad Hand. IDr. J. B. Ltekie of Birmingham, Ala., a prominent ph;slcian and surIgeon of the Louisville & Nashville rallroat, was we-e ceatly kept out at nIght a great deal b his large practice. Ills wife suspected tbhat he was out v ith h"the bo s'" .ore than he was with his patients, and sde would queston him very closely every I time he camle i late. he niight, just as the doltor was stair- s lug borme, be was called to ee a s.vitet- al man, whose hand had been mashed ol. x I Jledidnot get borne util ia m.. andex- I plained to his wife that he had been with n a poor ra!lrtad man who had lest his rIght I hand. The folio.vilg night the dotor pllayed 1 -poker lth the masr meehanic of thile I oid until 2a. m. A ack po- "as open ed. The doctLor held three es, the mas Stoer amechas three Jacks. The doctor r o: X 303, al the master mechanic had. When She reached home his wife said. h ":)oltor, what kept )on out so late to- It i night'" ra "Another poet railroad man; he had an Is awful bad hand."3 I 'What did you do for the poor follo 1', doctor?'"r • "He aledm with .arka; 1 hal aces ~ aid on the -no. I mean l cut o t. ent off , IIboth hands,)y dear, "ioth hands, poor , elloe!" a ier Favorite Pea-lain'. wI lady of extended ·.y'telle't amit d of a god judgment of henia anw lally lthat portion of it whit-h I e ldis rlltled smoag her own sex, says t that it b Eyistae to suppose that woulnss e do not Ike ,kls a man who smokes. I I t 't the otry, ,'onselatoa favord with J e volatlllud nieotfte Is 'he sort of osulatioo l a that eominda ItaS! to five-sixthsro the r ! women of the elvlllize world. There are ii ,i very few women who dtqj t like the aronma o •agoodeilgar. Not lod a noasumber , of ladles si a church elwgllt circle wn,' Sdlscussling their fasu-rile Ierftrlfc. Almo.t g all ha-I pronouneed ilt favor oit ,)l extract . n or another. bnt one lady, shout . , ear or age, the mother of three ltandaqne * youngsters, had not opened her nsouth lae- i til another of the part; who Iatl declarer I et hr choie to bi 'new mown'" hay, aske I: "Waat Is yoar favorite perfume, Kate "" SaTo" aeo" was the astonihliing reply. to "Tr'b:'co" they exelaln.ed In choriis, wi h a rising ilnlectiou on tIme "so." ~ "Why do you prefer toheo.*" t "Because it schew that men are around. " me AndImmedkitely she found that the Swas In the vast majrity Instead of the - lonely mimority. Fune·ral eta hug. m WiIlam Scott, who residd near this " city. o.ned a valualde shepberd elsi it which was know by e nalme of Prince. ThM other da" Prlneqdietd and h barial was Iattmlesl with meuh pomp and eetls , momy. The dog was laied In a wlhse silk-lLnmi en and hed b reele e a dewnx.Uo w. The name, birth, dJateo ,deon ' rge of the anlmal was icritb. eden aslverplio e th Iid o teeo ia All the neigbos ame to Mr. Mialt's d. oue sad tek a last leek at rim-a eUy a tlr wu shad by memra of thle Idatth liy as he game fo th i las Stimlupon the pet of thabmalld. The coln was plaecd Ia arlqls au drlIvn "iaU. dialal t WuNi SVUl I. tholm~yily r leiI ulll 1 itl~ L ~ tianys kisamt ly rerale Imllel Ito i ( i i Iyi ille C euuaeed el rri--wt l! 10 d~isto" Usaa ~'"- 0 a ··' CURRENT EVENTS. (,'. n etd of .. e `.I al.out 10,004 5....r.-ju -t.lk,. I auItti's ,'juerr. a Ihi re-cit week of (cito' her iu:,"t ." . rc'·!. .1 I it outa r..° ,· ', a l.r ; ll:l, lilr a t) keep thJ lr ts of lo'.,ri- I , WVkt'i,'l has a istalin lire bites steeps in the barn with his Icorn.'. A upllamennt wa.s liel I In E.linlnr., eob land, by A v.'ianIr'r II . i :11. liI 11i" "' .v '"i h I-'::n .- t. i, nat'vses poini their lfaces and I;,.w ..t: ,.ii"a f, ,nt teeth in ttn'uraialtg for their rac nild. The Arettic wltaiiaa_ s asall for I'] Is about over. TeliP' ra.iaeh 1ik year is retorted at 164 whah's. sallinast ".'t i t t year. At last aeouants tior., a:,.re no fewer than 1,644 newsralters antl |arri'ih·als published i• Paris. Of this uuaher I'reemasory claimed :4. ('opper shea,hilsu wras first applllicedl to the Iaottalm of vesei, it I l;,;!, wshen the English aval vcs'el .\larm was so, shl:eathed at Wool. .-. hileh. Tihe irst patent eve(r isiil,' 'n America was given Ito :alaael Iloa;,!ai,. of I'hilaslelphls, In 17:4, I-r an iiul'roverlacait In the manufacture of olaasil. (i-uamenliai' Ietlcr taste li.Dar y haInd is Ieconrliai a vr': ra.iallauerativs lranch of In dustry In Ntv Yaork, as weal at in LAdon Paris antiJ Vluna a toailashol will lift :;40 Ifounds of ald werglht while growalnl, anal a common cab bsage headl will tbiust statrs as thick as those nused In laork barrels. The aucuent custom of ringing the curfew bell has been resumel at Stratford om-AveO, the same bell leing used as that which was fosled at Ihakeslpeare's funeral Thie eal:dlles nsed I v the Iomans were eons posed of strlntr surrounde b: wrax or piteb. $ilauters of wood: fatted were used by the English lower etaasaes about 4100 Florida orange growers are olferingt i per day for hands to iit anl pack the fruit cropol the state, shilpient of whlcb cow meeced on the l; of November. The rare ruby once. iresciteld ly King Liu is. of Bav:aria, to Lla Monte, and valued at $I0lt0, Is now the prplerty of lra.l J. B. Ilrsegin, ife of the Ca':lifornia tufman. Last year's mineral output In the Unlited ;lates was irthli y-,:1,iil ),a1tW, much greater thain that of Ena.lani, anid larrzer than the troduetion of the ret of Eulrope combined. The Cape Verde Islalnds were knltan to the anelenlt as Gorgaics, but not to the modern tilldiscovered I, 1I), Noli, a tlloese naviga tor in the tservce of Portugall In 114i, 14130 o 14W0. A single bop growe- In eacramento county, C'al.. a few dais ago, niade the rellmarkable lshipment of a full special train of ears loaded wib bops. at ;ttil.l fr lvyrpool. $ They weighed :'5.'iJ.) pounls. Amoung the :: violin ronmpeu!itrs at the Parl eonservatoire this year there apoesaed 13 younc girls. Eirbt of these reesived prizes, and the first prinT. was unanlimosllyI alwarded to aIadlie. Daaltin, aged 1. The Soutll has raised awre Indian corn this ear than usual, hence comnparativety little will be resiltircd fronti tW\'t. (On the other banld, the E:.st,'alnd es;-"ci.ally Nw Englniad ba a inodlerate lyieldl of c rn Ij reason of se. cere frosts and a late wet setasonl. The right of ltncdring a bill of exceptionl to a judie's charge, as to, his ldetlaltlo of the law, at a trial ltetwen lartle-. obtained sdlace In the English statlutes in ISiL This right was lollbehedl in Earlinad in 453, hut It Is still maintained in this countr'. Suunfiowers are uset in Wyoming territory for fuel. The stalks when dr. are as lard as mple wood, and make a hot fire, ad the easdheada with the seed In are said to bumn better than hard coil. An acre of sunfllowers will furnish fuel for one stove for a year. In Western New York the evaporated fruit industry Is one of great Inil'uranae. Within a radils of forty mls, around Rochester there ar estimated to be more than 1,51W1 evtaporatorts. Durilng thbe early autumn and winter months at least 30,0a people ure em ployed. Falerlan awins, elebratel by Virglil nd Horace, was the produce of Faleraas, or, as called by Martial, Moln 3asalus. In Ca1m pault. loracee, Is his TO~les." boasts of hav lag druank Falernalan wine that bad been, a it were, ben with him, or whleh reckoned its 'agela from sam consuls, 14 B. C. hi soithler AuatrallL, owing to the wn favorable crop. lraIpeets, higher pries fe whast are asked, and farmers are not d aed to ell freely of ther surpus, which at 'he comeieaement of Seoteinher waa sil wated to amount to M111,,t)0 tons, a'heut WO,000 quartcrs, In south Auaralla and Vie rhe Forfarhlrre steamer on its pasi rem lull to Dundee, on Sept. 41 ISIS wa recked in a violent' gale, anl4 thirtyneght lermons out of lfify-throe perished. The )ntler.VernllIhthouse keeper, JamesDIe. JIg, and his hero!e dautghter, Grace, yen lured out Is a tremendous sea in a cohaad esued aevera of the passengers iA Btreon gentlemanl, who is hI the vir o 3if and likely to ouiilve some of hlie ebilden, a 355 presenid each of them with $lSMI, ;he ahwe as the estate they would get e eto die. Thre s some quastion whLethe web a sum of mosey will he a dtvlkate to r !he averags youtig peson lut the poeemb af It will cotribute to the cbeerfulne It ewe of th possible lougevly othe male unrest,.a A prqeeahas hen perfeted and mt s , for orawingr ncu wood by meansa of sh Us , tali point keLt red hoa, 50 Ut h los i o aacrtally burned l the rlis. A eas II f oxr hydroLge or oter ulame kete peal Iwl aw batahghtemeratue, and yet t *l h eratue is so omlpct t that it may he assl ItL le heeaae andfreedomof aeeiL it Iifur. i therore, so adjusted as to mshes hit ml Sall aheds of hrn from 4he ighltest th r' uemrgis on Idack, The population of te Lalted U tates in IU ias 3SDbl,57, of whith 8f,!,142 wom ea . lye and sW7,±- forig her. 1w W the ilumer were 41T47,S1Uatle aid G$liil S'orelig horn, a total of 5jllhlt It i sa di ated tbht l n19)) the poplalton will hl U, I: 1uc J wl2 h 5wl .lh 4 479 •alive sad ILSOMSI. iobrae. Accrding slhtieatalme, th w eophkn of foreaig born lahabitante wit , I tave alesd from about fourtle per set. a! n !17 *ad iee• per ent In luis to aw. y sevenitsre lent In lhUG. The elmlal G s-I. of Frtance was stleeIe C. , ? apoisoa from tk-.pard of tih esawa W ties, the drettry an4 the cosulsin, when as becale emperor in 11,;lt cnisd at Irst of ,,rn mie but was iait ards riretie Is |d. It was snbdvlrliedl in l'sI i1th J n youngogllu arl in lJnauuyld6,ll nm 1 sed 102,;6. It was dissolvd bv a11 IVIL to IiSl; revives by Napedico IlL i. ÷s ,M It ,rrendored. with eSlts to t Ges'. ySa Oct , 1h30. and ws eih of an1835. L' EA fashlonable dre hewm'r, It sahr cam Sll ttmw ty-ou yards of aruInl a dram eon. laigeighteen hut no dressmaker ha I talto sneesed be t mkn adre s esetainbr lu he twenipsiinwds clth d ou t of thegih =5 t - 1t b her eusiemw, . pi il ew tOlllnn iuse ft4' I Lv -a~ v~ imgmna wI -I 8.