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, A It tu April Fooli" il.ijr, and motr IlK. too. hard at It muld bi:o. Think nf It! VihhII- .Winn Ini I thought or It tint II It did f" hi a II he hould fly all to plcrc. ho felt to hail. "Il' too mean for anything!" Ii cild to minima, "whrn we'd phiimcd on iirb loti of fun. Wh.it make every thlnK go cross way s, mamma?" -It doesn't alwayi. doe It?" laugh- , cd mamma, who wa bity painting, j rery natural-looking Illy on a velvet banner. "Why ilon't yen run over and ace Aunt Hetty Crcenleaf a little h. If you want to. dear?" Woodi brightened up. Aunt Met tjr tim'i hm own aunt, realty, hut he couldn't have loved her any better If he hut been. She wa full of fun. and till not mind how much noise you made, and Woodic hail Iwen ac quainted with her ever time he wa a very little hoy. Indeed. "Mayn't I rail and g't Charley Hanka and Teddy to go, too?" he ak ed. pulling: hit cap down ovrr hl. ear If It waa the flmt of April. "They'll llk to. mamma. And Mcddy David and Hcrt and " "Oh, not too many," said mammi, smiling. "You'll make Aunt I !t t think ahe'i taken. Not too many, re member, dear." "No'm." Woodle anawrrrd. "I'll re memher." But when he opened Aunt Hetty' tarden-nate half an liour afterward, then wann't one le.-a than (even Imijii behind him. Kliht hoy! And all Ko ine to tee Aunt Hetty t; recti leaf. Aunt Itrtty tpled them rumliiK and laughed until her Rlasse dropped of! Then the hurried to the K 1 1 . )i n and put a rake of toni'lliinn that looked like brown bread In her pi eserve-ket-tle, with tome water, and ct It on the fire. And then he hurrleil hark to the front door Juit In lime to open it for her vlltora. "Come rlKht In!" lie ild. "Tin prolier pleaed to ec you." Woodle wus Kl.nl tu hear that, le ritiae he wa In kiiiiiiIix to lie afraid he couldn't be. and he ald to In a whlrper tu Aunt H(ty wli'-u be gut a t nance. "Mamma told me not too many," he confcuM-d. n little iinxiinitly ; "hut they II wanted to come, vol know, ami I ouidn't tell 'cm they nun. i n't, you know, AiiLt Hetty." tim e reinembere I that it nan Apiil Koola' da). It didn't Mem H If tliey had lieen tin re moie than half an "lllrn jiiur h'.irt. of iiiiirie ymi foitldn't, and I muuldn't want ymi to." aid Aunt Ibi'r. "Now have Just in nli e a time a ymi i an." She hmvi I them into the llUle it tl'iK iuoiii where fli" ki ii tier i inali h. and a rain! tlin i.iulil talk, and a wide nln-lffu! ,, ,toi lionH'i. tiud a kili'iilo rn... h it i i xer lio.w l nn t he nee p'i t in i and a ln' k i l ...n I tinties, I lio'i it 't I, ( wph tlK.-,e the no : i i' and domiii'ie and poi.ii' Jack Aunt II. 1 1 v did uuldn'l tin I.,. in.' '7i fcv I . Hi; si:.ti ou r "CAirn They kniw nm i do with them, though I rh' tild think .. ladred' flurb l Jollv time at they had' ind. it trui at you be not one of tbem Vour whru Aiu.l Hetty rain lu iud i i r i. I n :!;' T... "Id, wlili a merry Ir. inkle In her ald, with a merry blight brorn eyr: "Now, what If I how you hnw to play a game ued to play when I was Utile? I);) you want I hnuM?'' "Oh, yrs Indeed V I ahould .iy th did. A R.i:ne nhirh Aunt Hetty had played mint surely be well wo:th play ing. "It I raited 'thi- rirden.'" went on Aunt Hetty, Mill wlih that funny lit tle twlnk'e In her eye, though her face ai o!-i r rinui!i, "and 1 will I" the girdenrr, ard do my i!intlng In the kill hep fn it t. Ill l e a kliehe.i garden, won't It? And ymi loya min' be the xrgclalite. kill farh one rum" when I call him. And y'l ni't in't tell your n.inui to rai h other; do you uniiriatind?" "(h. jr. nii'am!" Thy thmulil they did. i-'o Aunt llelty ranged them a little ray apart, and went along th row whpcrlng lo eirh boy. ' Now. I'm going lo rtand In thl door," ald she. ' and when call the name nf a vcgel.ible I he boy to who'.i it l r!c ncs nni- get in th kllrhen a qiili k a he can " And almu'? Ii the .line hr'-Mi !), u;is out. ' ('a1' lai:""' Kuril a nral!ili'e )fii nci'r a! iih every o ie nf tho'e e g!i boyt try ing to r' t lo tin kitchen lrt. Aunt l!tty i;;nnle.if Uogli'd uii'll the tear c.mie Into l.cr ey-; and right In the m'.iNt of It ul' Woodie flopped hort. '(I hoy.-! I ivs'" he rrfed. "we're i a lili.i pe-he ii'. tide rnoug'i! It's April Tool' ,:ay. dun'! you know, and Aunt lli t.y fooled im nil." Hut t '.i en- watn't any fooling about the p .ii of hnow nn Ihc kitchen-tnlile. aii'l the k'ltle of maple lainly or) the kitchen fto'.e. A. C. S. Too ll.nl. Wee. rc tn y, tm il. ai llc'.t goosey. Tried a Iri k uti April 1'i.nl t day; A purse, how funny; tthout any mom y l.sld temptingly down by the ny. Hut the look her new pur.Hf, In de fault of a tt.il.', With lit claup o bhiuy and gay, A s.,.r ,,f Meliirl. ll lleliir. I ran Ch'irbr.te KiiiImUm, the on'y sis ter i f lletnt !. h ll"!nc, I Mill living in 11. mil. in g. She w a born In Oc oli it, tvm. ntid tints hn a better claim to be rtc of ll." r.i-t persons of the lentury thin her brother, the Inventor of the Joke. Ig.l..l:ln.-e ..l IIIUs. Ne. Vo!i .l l,..il X.l.aller MloV m.' to eoiii'i.i'u!, : j ..it mi your br i- r.v .:n I looo -t i. Oi. at Actres lion't ineiiliou it. H.ally put '.rug, you know! I Asl lei wl-h that fjol press agent would keep me Inf irmed at to my movei'.if nt. Krirfnl lletlllulli.il. "Fearful ile-itiiution up at tbe Klon dike," tald IlUg "Awlul!" returned Wlmlliton. "I'm told that a Wooden legged man up then had to chop hit leg up Into '.aolhplcltt," - Harper Da ta r. nik' i .hi i ..T'7 4 V t 1 .i 3, t a ...,' r i And n "in. I dy got it ami put it In ll po. ki t. And who wan f nd then, prav? -- Kiizaheth II. Thomoi. Aunt Hon wa making tome walnut-cream tbe Ut afternoon In March. She bad to rrark the nuts tery rarefully to get them out whole, and tome halve of thell wen not hroktn it oil. Jack vharp eye dii tovered them In the roal-liod. "Oh. goody!" cried he, "they'll be Just the thing to fool Teddy with to- I morrow. Aunt Ho. Ill tttck em to gether ind he'll thlult tb"y're regulir walnut." "I wouldn't." tald Aunt Flora. "He It m. h a little. Ihiv, ar.d be w ill b to i!lappolnte.l. I wouldn't. Jack." Hut Jack would. Ut picked out thell enough to make three walnut; then he got the glue-bottle and tturk them together o carefully you wouldn't have known they were ever cracked. "Ilon't they look Jut good enough to eat?" laughed h. "Now, when they get dry I'll put them in a paper bait, and give them to Teddy In the morn ing." Then he ran out to hi play, whist ling; and he pliyed no long and hard that he didn't think of the alnu'a attain tint l he came home from tchonl next day, it mon. Aunt Flora had put lliem away for him, however. She told him where to find them. "On the frrond he'.f . I ih 1 1 r. I n gj riMim elofet. in a p.ipi r-l:a." aid ie. Jack' face had a tolier look. He tlmiight perhaps Aunt Flora t'.da'l like hi Joke. "Maybe I hadn't best fool rrddy." aid he. "Cue- I'M take 'cti out and "WIIKIIK IHI CM I'OMi: I'ltoM?" fool Johnny Wil-oui. I havMi't tern fooled today, Airit l"!o." lint Aunt Flma ilid nut anr-wer. and when Jack gut lo the dining room he found Teddy there. It did hc m t o :.i,d a chain e to be lo. t. Ja k to k the bag of walnut frolil the cli:. t thelf. "Hello, Teddy!" he tald, "hue on;e nul?" "Oh. c:!" rrlfd Teddy, running to r,et the tack-hanaiier. lie l:ked we! nut almost better th in anything eUe. "You're the .h-Hteet boy, J.:i k." he naid. At wlib Ii Ja k looked mi'.it ugaln. I think he felt a little bit attained. After all. It wasn't the best of fun to foul a little five-year-old boy, and hi own brother, too. Hut he gave, Ti ddy the bag. In lee than two crnnd. down rain 'lie Ii iiiinn r on the firt w.ilnut It . rai ked er;' canity. Indeed, and It had the funniest kernel you ever miw In a nut a bright new dime' It di In't take long to crack the other two, yo'i may be ure; and there were thirty i ent-enough to pound of walnut. "Oh! oh!" cried beyond menMire. bity two wh.'i'.e Teddy, asintilshrl "Are they mine? Wheie did 'em come from?" Jack' face wa red an a rose. He wa almost ready to feel cms about It; but, looking up, he aw Aunt Floia smiling In the doorway, and laughed, Instead, a little thecpithly. "I guest I'm like the Hiory yo:i told about the man that threw the boomer ang. Aunt Flo. and it came bai k and hit him," tald he. "Hut I'm glad of it, Jmt the tame." An I netpliHlr.l shell I ml. r a tliunh. Or. 'league showed ll the other (lay the lUse of an nnexploded ;!io-pniind Parrot t thill, which wn ditcovered under a pew In St. Mliliael' ihiirih, In Ch irh -ton. when the church wai on rliallh'il lifter the eartlupiake. We were especially Interested In tills bit nf past history, as the shell wa tak"T fl mil beneath the pew whbh wa owned ! Mrs. Arthur Kind's (atlnr. ,- he and her family little re.ili.e.l vv tu r. they sat pi ic illy for so many vcaiti after the war, under Mr. Keith' uond ainli'liallons, that they wire in sin ll imminent mid Immediate danger of lire and brim itoti". Thin waa the only fhcll that stru. k St. Ml. h od s t hun 1. during lh" two veals' boiubarduietil It entered on Hie snilll.e i I i oi ner nl the church and lodged under Hie Hour of the linilhwe.t hide on lltnad street Winn I he chin ill was cot ready for nivbe after l lie war this floor wa simply replmed and lliis it in in nv vis Itor left. IIS pic-en. e lllislispi ' tei by the inngregalloi. Aiken i.i. C.) He corder. N.m Itie t'irieeti sh.H.ler. New York Journal; A revolver that t'rei llftien time at one loading will he on the market before long a a bno i to the unfortunate man who can't hit a m id dog In less than fifteen trials, or the cowliov who llnd Ir.nii'i'lf earner id bv a tribe nf Indians ll Is the In vt'lltinn of 11 :i ni ls Ki pn.ild of .lerse City. There nre two barrel one above the oth'-r. T'.e i y Under I made In one piece, with an outer row of lei ln.'e.i 10 III the upper l. i 1 1 . 1 ninl an In.ler row of live to tit the lower bar rel. There are two trigger, working: Independently, to flte the separate, cyllndert. The revolver will embody ill the latest Improvement of Ure al mi. having pin flie tafety trlggeri, lutotnstlc thell ejector ind being hftm nierle. i ttrbtly tip-to-dati weipon. Tha modern lorlety girl It utuilly in irrompllthej irtriai, but th only engagement the teek I of th tua trlmonlil kind. Ei. 01 ilk m n 4 -1 v.W - ox a single bail. I UNIQUE SYSTEM OF TRANSIT AT PATCHOOUE. L. I. The lavmlluw II I'rotMi rrarllrat - u 1 1 lrlgnrr lwr1hr lh f ixl nf llprntlliHi lluw II I Bandied. There I In operation at I'alchogue, I- I., mhat Is perhap the most lingu lar railroad in etUtence. It cart move upon a tingle rail. It It no chimerical Idea, but a genuinely prae tlial Invention. The futlier of the Idea, Frederick W. I nutou, hat thla to tay In regard lo the road, lit build ing and It equipment: "It hat le-cn truly said that It it at neceary to have five rail upon which to trans port a railway vehicle at two, and that a multiplication of rail I simply a multiplication of evil. Any vehl.de tupported upon two I raring, the cen ter of gravity falling lietween them, must by reason of tail Vehicle! roll ttant effort to maintain It equilibri um, be of a very exreve weight. It my eed whatever It undertaken. In order that It may be kc;t upon these bearing and be tafe for the transmlt tlon of passenger and freight. A ve hicle thut tnppnrti'd must coneipient l.v be heavy, while I vehicle tupported directly below the renter of cravltr may le light. t'ontldrr thee fact, and you will at once discover that our 'bicycle road.' a we call It, I really the greatest tcp yet taken In (he ad vancement of transportation facilities. The track upon which our car run Is elevated In accordance with the topog raphy of the country over which It passe. Jn nine place the elevation It very Might, while In other It alta n an altitude of from twelve to fifteen feet. Thl elevntlon must not he con founded ith the trestle work of the ordinary railroad. We are governed In ronstrnrting a line by the advisabil ity of having our elructure upon the around or built In the fashion of the elevated road of title. The road at I'ati'hogue I on electric one. At a distance of tweHe feet from the road bed and directly over the car Itse'f, Just a the trolley wire run, la a line nf timber, light, but cxci rdlngly dur able. This Is known a the rigid over head guide for the electric conductor, power being transmitted from a wire thit run along the guide from the power houie. t will be cen that bv thl mean we obtain h!I Hi., mlvan tages of the tndl.y system with none of Its disadvantages, p ....... be troubled by our trolley .( ,1(. j It wire. In ngml to nur m..ii.,i ..t maintaining pn,r i!,rrp , f ,.,.,, j ttnall difference .it,.,.n t;,,. t r..I !-- ' system and our the method ,.f tr..n m'lon h.li. . almost Mllie. The f the h the ear Veil. rjiln.inl rest "!' 'I what his 'he iippearan'-c "t two hroa, !ate of steel, one at ellln r end, which have Paiigi s a b o u t HK'YCI.K HMI.ItoAH AT thrre linn Iho depth of the I'.aug. t of an S font engine wheel. Theie bo d lin ear firmly In o tlon upi.n a s;ng'e ni i nrtliiiiiviiinisdintl in on a s ng e rail. The car struclure Ii ae!f I odd. hu' it 1 1 ar 11 r m a ine um n hi inn u . .i .... n falling from the tr.u k I corc."-iied The motor carrying wneeit are ininv I'.ouhle r.ang'-d They are sed In rigid frame, connected by s'ill o'her fi.ime runiiinft- up throngli the car in a ver tical position nnd ailing a gntd's or pilot to the carrying wlieel. In tiiV event nf a wiled hicaking, the car would drop one In.'h only and would be caught on tile rail at either or both einls upon the metal doillile ll,in;;i'd hn-ls or shoe referred t i. whl. h ate liade fast to the bottom of the car. he drop imt l iini; sud'u li nt to allow he guide nr pilot win els to leave the ivirln nl tuppnrt. and the car would llde along on the rail until stopped bv Us fri.-lion. So in it'll for the tallinail structure. The car In ip.e I fifty live feci long ntld five feet wide III the tear, ll I pointed nt both cnd.i in irder that it tuay offer bs if l.t:me 1. 1 the wind and so facilitate the speed. The entrance are from '.c doois ih.refore no nlatfortn lire lieedcd. The enr I divided Into i imparl tlieni . l ot tb.. dUblliiB partition end within a limit ill. tain e of the lop 1 h" seal j ir.. arrititfed n the mil" fashion in lboe of an ordinary hlcf.ini: nnrli. though the narrow width nf th" ear lender the existence nf an able llli possililc. Hindi car will seat comfort ably from Ibi to '.' person. Krnin the arrangement of the lar It will be seen that It is not unlike the Kutop. ati rail to id i , m Ins. These latter are enter ed by door h ading Into each cnnp.tr:. nicnt and so It I with the bicycle rail road car I believe that Ine Increased cleanliness, convenience, privacy and spud make up for what we ibi not have and the ordinary railway car p. loesses. When run ut it maximum speed a ear on llll'l railway can make h hundred inllet an hour, but In nr.li r l.i demon ill , to Ibi It will be liece. -1 . i y f. r us to have a mm Ii longer line of track than we have nt Patchogti'v Th" lust we can do on that I sixty miles an hour, nnd we get up that tpred nn very thort notlre. It It not the Idea to trantport pnenger an I bagigt bv the tame train. We le. Ileve that greater tprt and more rn-n-f'.rt ran he attained by making th"i dls'lnrtlon. One nf our retbu riln would conlt of thret pissen gef rnaehei, each Mating CH pasen Hrs, and two motor eonrhet '.hit It. w p - TuVrLTV. thit ricelvi the power througa Ini ! electric conductor ea h teatlng it rn tengert. Wt ire ponltlve that with III engine of hore-power moved un der 80 pound tieniu preur, a tteady tpeed of 100 mile an hour could be Im parted to one of our yeetlhuled train. The only employe neceary to nin wltb the train are the niotonuen, who open ind clone tin door by mean of rompreed air. The igentt it the ttation collect fare from pa tenper. Afaln. to far at expense It roncerned, we only use a fifty-pound rail, where the ordinary railroad uet a teventy-flve pound rail, and yet our ntniiture and car are the afet of the tafe. To make a lonR ttory thort, the or.e rail railroad I no longer theory, but i practical tiiece. and I venture to predict that before half dozen yenrt It 1!1 have come Into ui-h general ue a lo be ennui b ri d a K' n nine conmmn rarrler." BURROWS' REHEARSAL. He AI.arMl-V1llnlr.il VU.Ie Ills re. hill llir Mrrel ( ar. Senator llittrnwt waa rldlnft down to tn, capitol last Saturday nn'ining In a yellow car of the Metropolitan Hue. tayt the Washington I'ott. 't the pre vlout day the Corbet t election case had been up III 'he senate and it was ! peeled that the argument would be con tinued. Si tutor Hurrowt. who Is member of the cnmmltt'C on privilege and election. I against Mr. Cotliett, and It wa hi vide whlwh resulted in an adverse report from th committee. In the hands of the senator, as he tat In the corner of the car, wa a huge pile of manuscript, the spu' li whhli he had prepared for delivery. Oblivion of lite place, he was rcbniritlng hi re ma.ks. Beginning itt first In a lone narcelv audible, he became so en- gro-scd In hit work that ht voice lti.w louder and louder. The climax came, when, slapping hi hand f.m lldy upon hU knee, lie exclaimed, in a c mi mainliiig tone. "Mr. Hi. sldcnl. thi-ase i slare de.-lsu!" The legal phrase eeh I from ofe end of the car to the other. Some young men. who had been listening w ith ac'iimd count, n ance to the fervid eloipn n. c "f Hie senator. Clapped their hands In appre ciative applause. This brought Mr. Hnrrow ha.-V to earth. He stared, looked around, nalied that lie was In i a strut car and blush' d violently, lb' j liuiricdly M'i.i d a newspaper inn I tried I tu Intel. l Iilni.'if in It. TI fort I was a failme. lie f. I' himself the ! i vn.'Miie nf all ives. and In a few ino- nieiit bft the car ar.d t -ok the one ' that wus foll iwlng close behind. 1 lie Itiitne.l Nr..!.. W. mi in's lu ck Is almost ruined. The ' high. Miff linen collar has dm" 1 Surely thr.e observer wh.i iIIm ov. red that everything good I---! 'I ''ill inu-l ' been f.iel.ion wnti it in Hn .r .lay. The high collar Is et.. ui. ly li-h. is i i ninf.irabtle. imt w Ith-'.uoling ...i.tiiiy app. ai an.es. nr. I it af? i .Is an e.i-y. neat way .f .T:'e-!rg t:. " ir. k: but at th i-anie time It pl.iy Iiimic with i what the p.Ht call the sb-nder. marble column of milky w hit-ue-s and s i on. On" ha only to b-ok i in fully at the nn l.s of the o"ien at the opera, at a HA I CIIOHI H. I.. I. hall, Pt a i.ieplii.n, to see that the) aren't w ha: 1 1 . y us. d to be The higli collar hat bft It in irk. To I ...ik well It ha In be wortl tl),l,t lliill.'ll to h'l.det i p. rfci t i In ul i' ii.n. and that i au tin m c-. s i-'- c " i'... mjn.. i n.- -m . lose Its fn.e, .soft Ictiiie and putity id mlnr. The in i k nf the average woman when band nowaday ltitiiictlvely mak' the average man think nf the i.eie and yellow baf. lie Ins no idea what has done it, but he knows thai the women's in . k and slioulib rii aren't mi pretty as tiny u d tc. be. -Ne York Sun. t he I l..lttg iils.i.re. To "lip' nt lint to ' lii'." tiiat is tllf que lion, and. like a n ..id uialiy inoi e of Hie public, liavc beiu snuicMhat startled by I In- animni. tin lit Iliat tb waller nf In. lav In ile id aitattist the pi. i. tbe. It ,....n, that he l:i iiinri' In linr if a ii'Vilar wage, whbh would l.'l'br Into fne nt tin i ipiue nr iin aiui. ss of th iie upon whoiu h" has to wait. Hut. as fir a lan bt giihiti I. tl ' Is a vb vv which docs not commend It-elf to the employer, beenne in he vent nf his being cilled upon to pay regular wages he Will be compelled to ih'tll llnl higher pi ii i f ir III dinners. I smpect that, wlibllevel VMiy the lUeslio I evell tilullv settled. It Will be the public who will have to piv the piper. Many yi nrs i. go ".iMendatn " wa tint chargeil In the hotel bills, but traveler objected to being laid III Walt for on departure by waiter, chambermaid, limit, etc.. llll'l the svstrin nf making a i barge fnr servants was adopted, with the result that now inlay one llrst pay the proprietor for the use nf hi servant nnd then tip these expectant Individual ihi'insi lve . London Truth. list Mie I sea. "What yeasi doe your wife use to make her bread rl'-e?" asked one young mi.red man nf ami! her. "Why, 1 il.in't think 'die no s any I. Ind nf yeai," wan the reply. " think she uses UU alarm clock." Ymikcr Slalesinau. HI. I Unite. I Hailing, please, answer me," hi I moaned, at he stocd In the center ot j the parlor. "I am on the rack." "So u your rut." shouted the old gentle r.inn. who had a gallery sent un thl i stairway IVtrolt Krei Prett. If yon mould know what your frltodi tiy to you when ibtent listen to whal U tald of other In your pretend, KKLIUIOUS READLNU rtt-IClON AND REFORM ALU OVER THE WORLD. I Th llrmlr Age-c ! Iw Bow at lmili'l.l !-" Th t II -lullualHg la lr' ruUleW The li-rd M Mieilirrd. Hie llerulr Age. IK iK ll. i w.ii hn ilnlll lilt t'me deplore. Naii'in II new and It-1 It- Blel ul'- s.-nre. IsiH'Me. and "'.'it tor lofty ilee.ls All Hill's Were lllot rrn ill III time i.f tli.nl. Ah. I tills no u"'e ilmn o'lieis. In l!i -ul 1 1 .. r. Ii. Hie I H.H .... . e .1 .1 the sr. si i,,a.!,. it I.I n.is Imin.'ilall Ho Wli. sIihII lo. 'll. ;llh iM.'k l tlil fur l.s.mtnK hour. ..!). ' Tin ll I lie lime when III'" ' f" IrnU men. Tli.'iiKh wm sr. w t's tli'lr "pirn met lllr (. -I I'f low cm. I'll, .n-; r.m.i l. ling chic w nu K Hmiik Hie t'e i). I.) urinous live ll.iiii.lli n ii.,. ,. .unit) li.....r as tli.ir ue ll. And Hi'ir ..n m ttnir c.i.nir) ind ili.ir ..ii': t. fyui I. ;iu.i.d frnii-l sttti s.iig'.' truth. Not fearinis n.l ilaili.k' I" I'""- Ii. n ri..r ihr.'ii.ti tl.e l'i I i lik. !'. Tl..v : i ii . I tti, ni.i.lne- i iuht fi.un lii"'. I to in, n. I l. no. I. .in .iruMii fr.iin .l and .nun. I fane Ac I Hi. noirtr- ..f ll n. I-nl w.nl.1 ;.ive ...ith f,,r num. .. n..t.l ce ihi- t -t .-. Ttl.'-e Hi., ci. il il.iw and Hill ths he fult sg " - l:i. t,ai. Wats, n ; i i.l. r. ..llg III Ihr llt.Mse lit Ile4lh. A Christian faith. III i the ntghting !e. pours forth Its swert. t III. lodl ' In the In. in nf .larkin g I be llibb' say-, "ti.nl, our maker, glw'h songs In the ll I;' ll t ." Old glu Us til solli llll'l the spud nf praise Unit Will glte l.lit III the datkii.ss There Is a pn pari- II. m of heart that pr l.s the trial nl strength. An 1... nl.-nt lorrot.nr.itlng this 1 1 ti t It Is am. .iii; the Had,: loin of the gnat r.ulio.nl ilt-.iter .it A.htabu la. Ohio. ne , ., nM The III f I train w. over two Imui. la'e. The lilght was ii.ld. ar d the air wa lilted with .n.mli.ik." It was a n.ht id dread and tlo.'lu. IV I'. lib-- lh" s..t -int-r and lit If.'. W. I" pa-i ngels ..n the train The -lorni raged In Hie darkn. on - il. but the ii:M if the i o n Ii fell on a h.il'l'V and Joyful rompinv At K.n;-v:i. six t..ll. .. i a t nf ll.e .r .1.'.' I' I' I'i'i-. began In :ug one of hi. hymn His sw.it v..'.... sounded through the . ar All . oti. r-utlnn i ca-e,. Sfteet Mil '.', ti e Mlg. T I a pr.n r it: it m. l i.ly w 1 lu a itlnd 1. I. a. slow . I! a I oil Lord filed many tmu "1 know r.i t th. led In aits hinir when in v W ill . nine To tak-1 ine aw ay to II w n dear linih.. ; Hu! I Inn H i' lll r.,.t., light- ll Cie R ... in . And that will ! g'otv fur no' wl'l ' I know imt th sum. ng th.it the aticrls I know rot the sound nf the harps' Kind ring; Hut I know that there 1 .lesii our King. And th it will I e nni be mention nf le f,.r me "I know tint the form nf my nunil n fa.r. I kimw tint the name 'hat I th-n shall bear; Hut I know taat my S.nlor will web ( line me there. And th it will be I:, ai. ti for me " The by inn i inb d. and I A ce' n.-s- rested mi all hear' like the hem .In-: Ion. It w a a If a hnbl li.ol npen.d, bringing tidini; f: heavenly -In. re linn ciiii.- th. iTa-h 1' ll." Inldge. ni... I.'indi flx'y (he fe. i In b ngth. tit .1 tl doni .111 the ' awful "d ami W II the gni ve, and t In- leaping fl.mn It i l.i !p. V lit I III s III i's f. not a ve.-tige of th" sin.;, r rapped Ll'. t Tl 1 1 (il, iM lie ree,.gnied Hud g.iv.. the -nig In tint il. nk night I'aith had ti inn, . In d ..nd sang "I knnw lh it His pre . n c will liiditcn tin- gli' iin " li.MMt I Ives I ..iig. r Tlin I v II. It Is a happy fait, and one of win, h tunic ... 1 1 1 1 1 onuhl to K taken, that gnnd do. s ivi and tli.it It alv.iv lives better lh in CV ll does (, 1 has I! ire self per. ;iiatiiig pnw. r than i vtl " I hi gnnd -liall In- 1 1 . in cv eri.i-: nig n un ml. i an. .-, but the n n ,f ti,.. b k i d : hall rot.'' bat Is Ii n.- nf nnd and cv ll pi nple is Ii He of gnnd am I o n III them.-.'lve. 1 Int.. I- a i iii. laut Ii lull In ) towaid d isinl . vi .it i,,ii in evil UUI I lie goon I i oils' in : iv . . anve pro gn 'dve. 'I he good 1 always siroiigei ! than the bad II, i.i...u i-, im! i;... Is on the side nf g I a., . nlv Hi. devil I' nil the Ide nl lb. I ,. i c there Iml more vit.i'll) in i..nd than in evil, then Hie world .mild never ,:n.u better. If evil Wi'l", as nine n i ni 1" think, stronger in ie',f p. rp.-t u it in; power than the gool than tin- veil, I would be nn a i mist an: 1 y ,, . ,v n vv ai .1 ciiurse. If they Were ivaillv alike, ii smile think, then tin re i iut be no I'liallg" either W.1V lllll e V ,-H k Blowing bellei; ll,ll., lii. .il.ng pluln ly lh.it Ih.ie Is a pnvxr tb.it niake fnr t tylili oiisin ss, and that lb.it pnw.t Is sir.. tiger than the uitnoit force i f evil. C.ooil lives It lives In the world even though sotne: lines the doer of the g I I foigotn Whil wiote s itne nf the beautiful iilinny minis hymn we nl ii it " We do nni know the writers, but their hv intw go on In their mission of help and i beer The good these g I pcopli. did still live and will colillnne ,i live. .(jood grows. Men's works follow tin-in .Kinielliiies In a w;:v lhat brilie llieteisinit teriigultlnn. Shake .piare Is in. He alive toil. iv thai, he w i v l.er, h. wan on Ihl eatlh 'lion he w a a lonely and almost unknown man; now he I loved wherever the Knglbh tongue It spoken. Miltnn la more alive today than he wa when he wa nllve So are many of tho.-.e most revered among men. John Hrnwn't "ton! gorn marching on." and to doe the tool. life nnd artlnn-llfe of every we'l-doer fn. Hod. John Harrard put "even hundred poundi Into Harvard college 1 ti, nam will never perish off the etrtk Kllbu Yale'a tlft to thi lnttltiit j. whirl bean hi name vat leu thin two bun rrJfi 7 drtd poundi ind hit nam 1 Immor tal. Po you want to innke yourself Im mortal on th earth? Then link your el with thl good, Identify yourself with the cause of right. Do good. Thl good thit you do will never die. N. Y. Observer. The lord My fchr.tir4. "Kor me," write Mr. H. IL Crockett, the popular author of the "Haider" nd many another delightful romance, "there Is no hymn like The lord's My Shepherd, I'll not Want. think I must have stood by quite a hundred men and womrn a they ,iy . dying and I ran assure v,ii that lhee Wivedv wie nisi I.-... i.oi iit ne r ill til weri also the wor.'s that ushered most cf them nut Into the (fillet. To me, nj to most amour thtse Northern bill, there are no Word like them." Hr. Jnhu Kerr wyt "Every line of It. every word nf It, hat been engraven for generation! on Siotilih hearts, ht icconipanlcd I hi in from fhlidhooil to age. fiom their hotne to all t!ie - and laud where they have wandered, and hut been to a multitude no man ran number the rod and staff of whlrh It speak, to guide and guar! them lo dirk valleys, and at l.n-t ll.r. ugh tlie ilarkest." (if t helpful,,,.,, in ou; nf crlst. many lnsne are given. unr is ine story ot Maimr H.'.rv the jr-rvant l.it of " who wa execut- id at Kilinburgli with lialn l AlUon f.;r having attended the piea.hltig of I?n ald Cargtll, and for helping bin ecape. A the brave lase w.'ri being led to the scaffold, I curate p.stind tlieni with hi prayer. "C,iti I I.1,M said Marian, "let n, g . : ;d pselm " And sing It they d:d. a thrilling duet on their pilgrimage m th. gall ,aj tree -It was rough nn the Oowturu r In then' i!ay. and their p.itlis did not ti aitly. lo outward :e. mi.Ig. lepil tliet: by Hie green pa-tnr- s au I Mill wa'ets Hill f!..'V tf.,t llw.r.. !..-. 41 psalm helping tli.in no ll't'e lhli 'vt f wa the psilm tohn Kn-kin 11 -t ern e at hi mother's knee. It v.n thu whiih Kdward Irving rtilted ut Hit last a he lay il; nig. I..ln l.m..l. H.M.iln.- is an ititiliine th.it It not "lily a r.sldeiit nf the si, ill. Put t K iiiaiitty and quality are deti rintned by Us niai'llestaiinn It ran not live unli ss it d n it must be doing. Nor doe It wait the bidding of tin,- . ho crave it di-play It ass, p.'ttnlrsl.in , it seek. npiH.rtiinit ies V,-,. all pray that we may I giuel. tut what Ii our iw'lii'" l It sun pi. i that we irav i-n- joy It num-Iui? H is ligh'f il state of h art and litltid. greatly to h" (i.vcted. il lily to I. injoy d. Out ' it proinp n l.i be doing, ixeni-iiig Hi R lb- lask- virtue N'..r Is It a d'Abiilt rather a J.S-.ie.itit duty; wh.le. nil the otlnr hat,, I, Iho " who go the round of i, lln lal duty lu a p. rfninlotv r,d llleilllllll.il style lltld Hsnse dlitie trg--nti,' i.tid .list i t. fn!. and th" serv Ico 1. i km:; the proM r and light motive) U in. ne of a burden to .aliei than t themselves We tu it -1 I i gi o.l for the love nf It, end tlio'Kii tint lis wisely ,b I'e a i.ime think, perhaps for lark f fXperlet.ce, It might be be'ter done. Hut the spirit in w !,l. h It is d ,ne more than cornpeiisa'e for the onbr if ti doing If one h is the goodne-s h 11) b aril how best to Use It. Illlcl XM-Mt WH.I llrercnl. It is good to have go id purnts .bill might to i mini It a bl. .tng w hm In- .an look up will honor and rev cr ime to lii f.i'h.r an I motln-r It I sad to have bid parents A i Mid I I.) be p'Med when he tlin-t be 'iml ..f hi fatln r ami bis mother. It it goof1 parent cunmi save u. an) bid pa tents .anno! destroy us K.n h one nt us unlit g!v, inmuul if himself to in d old Tiiotu.is Culler i alls atten i l..n to four If in irkable i hat! gel In four s ii. ling gftieratlon In the grr.en- logv nf the S ui nf I iiv i I "1 11 it" -am i.fg.it bi.l. that I, a bad father lgaf a bad son. '.'. Abi.i begat Asa; that i a bad fither a gmnl son. .1 A ii l-e-g it .lnsaph.it, lhat I, a good fa'her I good soil I Jos. ipbat begat Jot atn; that Is a good father a bad ton" Culler adds ipiamtly. 'I see, l,.ird, from In uee. that tnv f ithe-' piety can not be in!all"d, that I bad newt for inc. put see also that actual Im piety not always In trd.tary, thaf Is gnnd news for my son." Iloth warn ing nnd hope ate In thl truth. I..II. wing I be lir. "And he that takltll lint Ills iro:-1, and fiillnweth alter tne I not worthy of me " Matt x. Iiv ' Follow Mo." cries the Savior 1 imt b t Him call in vain Follow Him in the deny ing of t hv self, which Itieant, do not let the old .intul Isnly heroin nu.'ter. but may I he new mouI, the Spirit of Christ, help tin e to act at H I nil. us lie would have ib.ne in thy place. Hut if It In- hard fnr tine, cry mightily to 1 1 mi. mid He will stretih nut Ills hand nnd not allow thee to sink So live and struggle, ami men the wondioiia aurora of 'the love of Hod will arise lu thy soul, and will let Itself lie known like the ringing of the niiirnllig bell and Hie snund nf sai red hymns, and II will pray and slug and triumph In thee "Our Father. Thy name be hallowed. Thy kingdom mini to us. and ThV h"!y will be done nv. r all and for all time. Anien'-Alban Stoly. I, ri.lt llrsllng. (JeiiHe woi l disarm IniMlte rr ll l cistii, or. as lh Piovcib ixpres it. " soft answer luriiiih away wrath" What Is said by 'be one who I spok en lo sharply, nr In III nature, hat tuoii' tn do with briiiKluK n pleasant or i, bitter ciuliiiw to the Interview than what Is aid by the other ut the start. Ii lake Ivvo to in nk e a unarrel, nr to ki.ti one up "V crievou word stir 1 ... ....... . . i rctli up ani'i r. lu an augi) neui. If one n fuscr to do Hie stirring In nn j other's he.iil. the anger must sub j Ide "For link of wood the lire o j cth out;" and "as coal nre to hot em-t hets. Biid wood to fire, to I a conten Hon man to Inflame strife." It I oC less Importance lhat a man it anary; and tpeakt tplteftilly to you, than thi, you tpetk ft-ently In reply, ind cilrrj him down by your ralmnet. if out trlei to inger you. tee to It that he f. P. If hi It In anger hlmef. it him not hive your help In nuking i quarrel.- S. 8 Time. s jr I 1 !