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   The Blairsville Press (Newspaper) - January 8, 1869, Blairsville, Pennsylvania                        HI. BLAI11SVILLE, PA., PRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1869. NUMBER 1 PUBLISHED Market INDIANA COUXTT, PA. 'K BUMS: 2 OO Per Annum Payable in Adraaoc. All kiud  BLAIR6YILLH, INDIAN'A CO., PA. i The arc Manufncturori Manu- Turuh and IIunJ Table Cous- in Slabs, Coiner Posts for miirkiajf Lots, Ac. All nnrk warrtr.tul anil delivered in any of ihu or adjominz counties without oxtra ebarge. BO, Km___________I'A I. MBit A T ATROBE .I.A.- JLjUobo, We.luorelaml C'u.. 1'a. The ..i-ur'I and jjj Mil-tic kcLp on haiid noil make to nr.lur to Tvyt, Monumontu, [Ici'l for ilAlTtiuf; Hiring onlirgcd cur shop nnd stock, am1 iiJr- Cujf workmen, we feol that wo fin suit t'ja taate of all, at {invcti to at tboj can be in tho eilv or clsuwhsru, H. W. B. HiLDEBRAMD, JTieiMcil DKTTliS, MKDIC1XKS, PAINT8, Vsrnifhsu, Perfunerioc, BOO'KU, Stationery mid Yar.Uee Nolioiig. fubT-lv_____________INDIANA, PA. R..J.TV. .iciin and Oiirgcoii. ille, utrsot, 2.1 lieW Homo. Will ics iii aud Yi'citniorcland counties. M. HAWKXJ.-S MEUCJIATVT Kiurott House, Penna. (Jlotlin, Ac, Cloth- ma'lo ta onlci in llio latest styles, ihorteit iiil most rcunnable Icitus J U. JfrtKAS. I P. W. UlfK-lflX I n. SHEAJK fc CO., ISlnirsvillc, 1'a. C. Flour, I! rain, Seeds, 1'ork, ButUr, Ac. ___ _ ____ 1'Uykii.ian and In- diana County, Pa. Office south-welt and Spring itri-ote. _ A A'OIIKIS ATTORNKY AT LAW, "211 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Will attund to collodions inni logat kuiinena in Philauelphi.i. jiAuitr naiTf. A. c. J' I T H A B 0 Y L K A T X B K E Y S A T L A W, jjnposito IliUlebraiidi Slort, INDIANA, PENN'A., AlUnd faithfully to all bunineai jirtn tkom in ABTBJIIAI, AUOH.K8S TO TUK 0V THK BI.AIIt.a- V1I.1.K JAXVAKY lit, UBAR PATHOSS No longer do we live in days .iml years, But thoughts make up the unbalance ot wur lives. Nor thoughts alonu, but thoughts with flesh and bones, Stand forth embodied in tho living man, Who by h'u retards or hastens on The pulso of Earth that beats in Nation's livet. 'Tis thought and action rulo ibi Not thought nor act without tho other's help, But both together make the power that moves. Mind to the man, what thought is to the act, Without the aoul, the man is only cUy, Witheut the thought, tho act is only chance. The mind tits calm within and holds the holm, And silence reigns, but firmueis rules man. Thus guiding thought its socret chamber hni, And'action only stopi upon the stage; Hence from tho crowd, who only act, And know not of the thought thit rules behind, Thcro coiuok "action rulei the world" And thus it in ycp.J> of bloody war, Whan Jircat Kebolliou" its.horrid front. The ear heard naught but cannon's thundering roar, The fyo saw but the glittering spoar sword. But itenui like thrto havo runiihed in the past, And given place to sober, thought. Kind friends, to you tho question we would put, What mark stands on the brow of '63 To point it off from yean that hare gone by One thing it to recall, 'til thip, The great Apnstatr 1'renidtnt'i is dead, Not buried jet, not laid deep in kii grave, But still he's dead, completely dead, and soon He passes from the sttige, and takes bin placo tho thingi that were, but are not now. The Veteran of the fight" will tnke the ehiur, Braro Onint, the soldiur, on whose nntrtial brow. The bare carved. There is another mark fur 'tis. Tis this the currents of a mighty thought, .y universal thought, huvu iwept, the surface of tlic nation's lifu. The thought, resistless in its more, As avalanche or glaeier o( the Alpt, Is that oi MAIIIOOP, in iU highest tcmo. Make m.in mam's ib the woild.wulc.Lry. Which rises from a mighty mass of men, And uiuL.es the monarch tremble on his throne. The sound pcali forth from Columbin'b Shore, And echoes loud in lands across tho seiv. Old England fei.'la tbe beating of tho And Spain throws oft" tho uianWe ot thu night, And wondering, at the risiug kun. Italia, too, begins to H'C the The glimmering Jay as yet, but soon full noon, When senilcchaius that galled forountnrici Shall link far down umung Ibu things that were. The -ky of lh.it fair, sunny, golden luii'i, W'll tool, nruiind iheb.iunci of tho free, Throw seas ol light, unknown in otlu-r Luidl. Thu yenr gone by stands out. in bold relief, The vanguard of the one jiut born hi ft night. Aa thought precedes the act, 30 last year, tail, And now, as ttonna oft soon tho ealui, Wu look for UIKCS unknown to agen past. TJli is coming in the Kant, And oceans are no tmrriur to its onwaidmarch. Tiio world around will foci tho trembling earth, fume migagvs force for lifu or death. The lyoks dark, Uio lowers, bxt still, Acrosu the distant sky, sure victory beams. wati-h-woril, M i-dioon, gives n powsr to met., lends them courage in the hour ol light. Hock resti far beueaVb frothiug The Uock to which is anchored irjan's best lionet. Ai "Trust in (lod, and keep puwder Were Cromwell's to novi they maj be Then "Truet in und look iur grand reeults Mau'c destiny will yimr dream fulfilled, If mau will to his fullow-in.in bu true. As years roll on, in.in i (inner ground, And fill tbitjk and fast Vn'furo Tho "laro un-hackled tlinnWi) ihe world and (Jod, For fruedom, thoagh 'twas bought by human blood. Slavery it uond and buriod in a Unknown to men, without a itiine to Its resting pl.n-e, or ought to tell its Kxrept tho itnins of blood on Hi'tuny'i page. Intemperance now !.i on the bed ef death, Engaged in tontott with its deadly foe. It struggles hard, but still its fate is lealed. foe to mini's uappineM, Has been priinonneeil by One who cannot For and for MAX, ihe PIIKSI stands up. And with all it- might against thrir Though in Protean shape they may appear. Antl now, deur friends, we ask of you To give kind words ntid tyinpHthixing tears, To who labor in the ciinsc of right. And give as more, Hint which is soon and felt, That which in and Material form, Mnko up the of Sympathy and love. Now with thin hint, kind this gentle hint, With oxerneifing henrt, but empty jiurtc, We wish j on all ''a happy New Yuar's dny." CAIUIII K. boon eijt, by sharply littered v into his memory, and there thfl te would fje not Attempt to meet the charge. To havo clone so would have been folt as, a dognidnLipfi. tor said, knitting his brow. i" Is it a .true or false are hold- ing up before rae? Is tho spectrum, growing moie and more distinct, an Image of myjseir? I am in doubt and his lips, and ho went away wiMi'aut ot fcring the usutil purling kiss. It was ahowory at home awd cloudy the of- fice for the greater jMirt of the forenoon. "NVhat's tho mattsr, my Mend? You look as fcobor as a judge on sentence remarked an acquaintance who called upon Look about us I was moodily answered. inoou lu the rainy quar- ter already rejoined tho visitor fiiinil- inrly, with a bly, provokiiig luugh. turnpd hisfamp parUynfllde, that its expression might be concealed. Sunshine and summer and you will have these alternations like the rest of mankind, and learn bear them with philosophy." "Do you think we arc selfish men, Kd- asked Williston, turning upon his friend q. sprious face. "Selfish! 0, dour! Jsfo, ?Jflt very selfish.' 1 hear you called the most gen- erous fellow alive.' But we're air more or JCHS selfish, you know born HO, and can't help it, we try hardor than ii in agreeable to most people." Therp was n time when I had a very good opinion of myself a touching these things but I grow less and lews satisfied every day, and am settling clown into the conclusion that I'm. no better than my neighbors." Well, I despite a adfMi man. He's the meanest. creature alive Williston spwlie wltli a glow of indignation. He's moan just in tho degree that he's replied thu friend. And as we ai'o all more or mean, 1 don't see how w e are to get away from tliat "Williston knit his brows, like one an- noyed or perplexed, "Has any one called you aaked the friend. Yw." "What! The little darling nt home? Ha! I see It! That's tpy tiouhle." The young husband's deepening color botrayod the fact. "Whe called you selfish? Ha! Good. for Margery Nat afraid to give things their right'name. J alwajs knevr she ft girl Sellibh That's in- tereating. Aud did you really fancy that you were unselilsli V" This half-in-sport, half in earnest speech had the effect intended.. A slight glimpse of himself, au seen by another's eye, gnve Williston a new imprefisiotii and let in a doubt to hia Alto- gether perfect, "And you think me selfish he said lu a lone of Mirprifre. ''Well! I guens now dictionary published ti A." far as this world is concerned the heart in the reliable dictionary. If you wish to get the true dulinition, look into your ppnljed the friend. My eyes not, as sharp RH Willibtoii. 1 Uon'tf'uul tho definition there." be I you to ft clear vis- Ion. Why did yon marry V" liuenuse I loved her." you quite sure'.'" said hia friend, provoking oalmnens. (t Takt care, Edward I'ahall an- Kry." O. no. You're too sensible and well upon, many times, wounded the love given me so lovingly. Love is a Does not think of desires only to bless. If vyouhavc so Joved Sfcirgy, then she 1ms wronged you, But if you have thought mainly of yourself, of yourowu trow, thejdear little womau was not so far wrong when she called you The thing is said WilliBton, speaking soberly, I take pleasure in giving her pleasure. Any want thatsbe might express, I woujd gratify if in my power. I could not deny her any- thing." the denial of re- marked the friend. Their eyes met nn.d they looked in- tently at each other for some moments. InmnotBiuothatl understand said WilliBton. If wanted a set of Amoonf sa- bles, costing u thousand dollars, and you had tho nionpy with which to buy them, her dusiren would be gratified." "Undoubtedly. I would find plcAsure in meeting her was promptly answered. If she had a fancy for or India elegant furniture nnd you had the means to gratify Jjpr tastes, you would find de- light in giving liur the possession of tliGBe things. You would let her have hur ovrn sweet will in everything." "Xou liavc bniil it my friend. Noth- me .so much us to see her gratified." No great self denial in all this, how- ever, in the ciiso supposed, yon arc en- tirely ixblu to give what Mnrgy asks for, and no special love of money to chill your ardor. It is the thing in the world to meet her wishes. But lot UM tnke other case. There is to be a musical pnity at our friend Watson's. You care but littlo for music, and Ittfl for mu.sic.-al people. The ruse ib ilifferent with Maigy. With mimic and musical people shu ib in her You como with a new book from a fa- vorite- author promising youitelf nn evening's onjoymont in leading aloud to your wifd. She meets you with face all aglow, and in her hand u note of in- vitation from Uio ft will be such a delightful time slip in enthusiasm. Now comas the true of yaur its quality must stand revealed. If she had known about the new book and the pleasure you had promised yourtelf, in reading aloud to her through theoYcning, I am sure she would havo Btent a note of excuse to tho and cheerfully denied herself lor your sake, the delights of a musical evening. But, knowing nothing of this, she lets fancy revel in anticipated enjoy- mont, nnd does not think, perhaps, of your lack of jausiciil taste. Thus stands the case, my friend, and how will yon moat it? In tho other case it wtw the generous hand that gave its abundance. Now It is sheer pelf-denial." Willinton drown, heavy sigh, moved himself restlessly, and looked down upon tho door. "This love we tall? an nuich resumed his fyieuil, "it is a subtle (Uillg, and very apt to hidu from us its true quality. Jt is much oftenor Un e of self, than of the object sought. Hence, we have so much in the state of marriage, which on tho theory of mutual love, ought to be full of did tho bruised heart tears that gush "Vyilliston, as h coi.d'1-y few. her and' .ruined O.H for an >ut never before anguish." the eyes of land turned ,he house, hour- for the greater parfcof this time, she indulged in thoughts. She wept ,pver in- stanco after instance ,of Acl-fiah disregard of herpleaaure and recounted the .many times she had giveu up her to gratify his demand. But this state of feeling in time or, wore itself A- calm succeeded, in which, her better Jiad uu opportunity to Tlie hand of pain folded away WITH KEY8EK t B 220 Market Street, 1'hiladclp sVholoi lie tleajo.f f jn HOISKRY. fil.OVKP AND NOTIOXk. 0. ji A n V H r A HAT AND CAP S f Q J. K. No. 66 St. CUir Street, Junoia-lf MAHKIiR Pu. 3'. It. OAKts, Proprietor" Tljo uudcr.igiiuil, huiing loaicrl llio anil home known UK tlie'-Mnrkcr" HDUKC, corner of KlAiDtvitlc, and refitted nntl rcfuruislied thefliiuiu, lyntivr _prcpurcil to iicoommoduto puMic witli cithur j.urmnnent or boiiriling and ludging at loRiiouahlo rntcs. oxtcniivo livery eHtubl'mhineiit und loom i-1 uttaclicd to the hmiKe. ra.vyl-ly 1'. R. (MKKS. a (Hver.. You're a The words leaped out with quick, iiiigry impulse. There was a frown on the beautiful face, and n flame that was not of love in the bright eyes. Jf the soft hand laid so trustingly in his scarcely threw months before, had him u stunning blow, Alfred niore aur- al rr. that hin had been laid at his He'si u gejierous not a mean (rait in his charac- Much (liingn had Jj-'en, 1 1S.U1T Mr. A. C. 'irnflf h.ur always en thohirgcsL loloction uf chuicj fruit' to bo'found vicinity. He it now fw. It would bo'to thu advantage of In noc 1 of fruit to g it o: {be bt-f. cur: ago liiui r'ni 111 dlip.r. lor.1'' over and over again, and icpwited in his ears by juirtial and friends, until lie almost believed Jinnsclf Ihe personation of unselfish nos, now to be called u sellish man" by the roHobud mouth that only looked as if only mrde for "u sel- lish man" by her to whom he had given nil he had in the world, and himself in the bargain! No wonder Alfred Willis- tou stood dumb before liis pretty wife. The aocimtion- was made, and for good or evil it must stand. No taking of the words could tyike bayk their for Answer my rmcstion. Are you quire "As sure as death." It's uay opinion that you married be- cause you loved yourself nioi-c than you did Margy." "Now this goes beyond all endur- exclaimed WilliBton. "la there a conspiracy against "Gently, gently, my friend. The mind is never clear when You loved Margy. There no doubt in thu world of that. Loved her, and do lovo lior very dearly. But u your unselfish? That is the gre.it question now at isrfue. A. boy loves a ripe peach nnd climbs after it that he may enjoy its thivor. In what did your love of Margy differ from this boy's love of the peach? Was it to bleas the sweot give her you sought her with a lover's ardor? Or WHS it to bless yourself? Did you think how much she would enjoy your much hap- pineHM you would give her? Or, did you think chiefly ef your own joy? Don't frown so! 1'ut away Unit injured look. Oo down likua man, into your consrionce and see how it really is. If you find it all rigM, yuu stand firm in sertno solf-npproval; if all is not righr, then you will what to do. Lovu fic-eks to all the while en- But, T ixm Uhiuj; time that cannot npared to-day, HO good morning. If Margy has done you wrong, lwlj> to see it, and che'U uut only cnllhig you but corer your with penitent kisses." The supposed touched the diltl- culty at its vory roro. Bincc Williiton's marriage, ho had shown himself giftoil with a feeble spirit of He his hoiuu and his wife, but; not ill a generous spirit. Sho was more so- ejial, and lier received a bettur cultivation. Klie cnjayad. and art many coverings that had been laid over Jtior heart, and she could see into some of the never before re- vealed. She did not nnd everything in order and beauty imagined to exist. 8he was not so loving and iijUjfilft'sb as fesd fancied herself to be. There I came a new gush of tears, but the rain gentler, an4 instead pf dofcolutiug, earth of her miml. "I Imyo tjhought more of my own gratification tii.an of she began to say within herself. "His tastes dift'or in-many things frtfffl jfulna. What I en- joy may bs irksome to him. If I insist upon having my own enjoyments, re- gardless of how niny afl'ect him, must not a (jegreo of separation take place? Can he love ;ne ns ji'iuch ns be- I love him as much HS before if I exact what he cannot give willingly? And if our love grows less, what is there in all the world to compensate for its de- cline? Losing that, we lose all. Blutt away that light, and all else will lie in s shadow." So ulio thought, gaining sight and firmer will to net in Uio line of splf-re- jection whenever self interposed to hin- der Ipvs. As tlie hours went by, the time drew near whoil nor husband would ivtuin, a tit-ad weight began to settle down upon Margy's bonrt. They hail parted in anger. Kor the fiivt time the lightning of a summer btonu had llished in their sky. There had byeu a quick descent of the tempest, hurting aud blinding them. How much of wreck and ruin had been wrought in Uijit brief war of inner elements, it was yet impossible to know. Atlaat, tlie lime of return wasathand. A few iplnutei beyond tho hour, and u fear began creeping into the soul of Margy. Shadowy farms of evil scorned hovering around the weight on her bosom grow her heait labored so heavily, that its motiaiut were painful. Suspense was not very long. She heard the door open and the musie of a well known step in the hall. Kestraint became temperament was too ardent for re-impression in mo- ments of deep feeling. Springing down the stairs, Margy had her husband's neck, ere he had time to put his thoughts in order, and wns crying his bosom. The fervent kisses laid as offer- ings on her lips, were sweeter to her taste than honoy or honey-comb. "Can you forgiTO she nsked, in the calmness of spirit that ensued. 1 am very weak, Konaotiines, and feeling is so strong." If thorp had been no provocation io Williston answered, frankly, it would never have broken the baud, of restraint. The fault mine, not yours. It was selfish in jpe, a.ml you said only the truth bnl tne tnltn is' sometimes, the most unplwunt thing we can hear. It sounded very harsh in my ears. I felt angry, resented it. Not io now; I have seen myself in a And the tours ctttno out trickled down the cheeks of tho ulhiost discouraged, forlorn boy, though he tried ns hard ns he could to repress them. "I will take the lowest, poorest place, and do my He was engaged and set to work. He was bet down into the collar, and com- menced his bmncfts career in New York by pounding on bent nails, which had been thrown in a pilu beside thf packing boxes, as they could be used This was his {jwlc for two weeks, and he barely kept body jand fcoul together on the pay he received. Then ho was put IIKO a -better pluce. Then he rose to be a clerk, and no clerk was so hard- working, i-o faithful, so interested in all this great house himself. He saw hia chance and counted up in his own busy brain every point in tlie In live years from the time be .sat on a bench pounding nails straight, he sat on fine managers' seat, and hammered thu crooked iniirf and outs, of the business straight. During his clerkship he never missed a single day and no morniiig went by without his reporting promptly at i-even o'clock. T-Jei-avcd money and married, nnd prospered us the yearn went by. Cio up Broadway to-day, aw yon will see his name shining in golden letters over the entrance of one of tin and finest ebtxblisbmcnts. Ii: that building is t-eventccn million dol- worth of stock. His trade extend' all over the land. Ilih fortune is princely And ercn now, lliuiif'li llio great mer eliaut isiicttlng gray, and the old time energy is waxing a new light ssil eomo into hibi'jt's, nnd anew life inti his form, when ho tells of those pa> of striving, '-iiys1 to tlia youn men around him: if you wouli Hiioc-eod; be a true, faithful clerk, if you would IXM-OJJIO a }f position and imiwrUiioc." Willie's Signal for Jesus. The following touching incident is re lak'il hy a Hidy in ihe east, in ;L letter her brother, who is an esteemed ter in Illinois, and to whose kindnes The Liltlc is indebted for th use of it. It is copied for won from hur letter: 1 heard such a beautiful stoiy th other day, about a little child, that IfU it to jou. He sick at S Luke's Hoi-pit'id, in New York, an the lady w ho told mo tho story there. One day child, about seven years old, wjis brought into the children's ward; ho had becju picked up hi thu street, where he had fallen fiom feome building. His HttlcMcg was broken in two iilaccti, his cut dreadfully, and intently, Hey responded lovingly to things After hit, friend left him, in tile new light Margy laid hor AH niQUth, and they were silent. After a fev ino- the kald gently: "We are human; and of consequence by nature. Lot luvo teach us a bolter law tlum nature has written on our Then we shall together, and the pulses of our lives, tlmt sometiinoh beat unevenly, take the hame swuet measura." And it was so. But not, at onco, not after many bea-jons of mutual self repression. his backbone M> that it came through the flesh. Helaidabouta week between life and death, a fearful huf- ferer; but at thu end of that time ho began to mend, so lluit in a few day a more his pliysioians concluded he could but that if litf tl'.ey would have to cut oil' the splinters from backbone. Well, they performed the operation, and the child lived and grew better. About a week afterward, the doctors found there would luue to be another operation. Ho they told the nurse that bhc must lell Willie that thu morn- ing they would do it. The muse a lioble Cliviutian voman.nnd she talked to tho little fellow, Hitliny by his hedsidt'. "Willie, I hsivo told ymi Mtisoular -dhristian. %i AlfrcA Booth's cis of WrtWs tKo folloV- iig in-count of DenKm-Johli Hitehcoclrt Born ill l72a, iu the N'brl'h Ma hi fcd'M eglon, he moved, while u youilg mac', nto the enslein part of tho toWn, noVl' viiown u.s Soutli Wilbraham mnrrieit n 1748, am' was the first deacon of tho hurch there, eon tinning in ofllce many [e is well remembcied by Hon. Oliver B. Morris, as occupying the COII'H scat at meetings, his whitened ocks giving him a venerable uice. During along life he was of vondcrful strength, agility and endu- nnd had ho lived in the palmy lays of Greece, he would have been it worthy competitor in the games of thonc' ays. It is related of him that on ontf x-casion, a man riding by tho where he hud been at work, and boast- ng of tho speed of hi.s lior.se, was chnl- t-nced by the deacon, who said he could quicker on foot than his with the ridel' could. The i-ebiilled in the tiutmph of the distance ten miles; tinicnotstated. He would lift a cart load of htiy, by getting his shoulder under in ft stoop- ing posture-, and throw an empty cart over with one hand, by taking hold of the end of the asliitrec. When gniiu in a cart, he would take a bag by the tcellj, and with asw ing and tho aid of pui-h by the kneu, throw it into tho csrt. He had double teeth in front, and would hold a lunponny nail by ihetu and break it oil1 with hi" Ho used to say he did not know a man ha could not whip or i un aw fiom Tho il-iy he was seventy yen is old, he re- mmked to his wife, thai wlu n ll.t-y weiu lii-si married, he was wont to amuse hoi' by hiking down hifi hut with his toes, and added, "I wonder if 1 could do it ,iOW Whereupon he jumped upon the lloor, took nil' the hut with bis tow, pan.e down on his feet like a cat, hung np the hat pn Die nail, to the ta- ble, asked' a blessing, jmd ale of tjip then ready.. BXYAKD TAM.OH pci.'ons to Koine to s-eh-ct him a stated weekly allow unco. will soon come to c-Npi-ct it only on tho regular day; ami, nioreover, ho will privately boo that you are ijnp.oHi! by his of the city. My N ith a bow ami "I? Jiis'liut on' the and al- lovodnoone in the neighln.rhood to upon me. AT (ouck of the {juiwing out of pig's foot swallowed at midnight, cbaneed a mun's whole life, 'and an ol U-sw-t in me the bile has made many an angel almost, a lUniil. H the j-tibtric juice is all right, ami thu blood in bwimming order, thn is uioo, hrignt, pleasant and from which nobody is in a huriy to move; but if in that queer, mysteri- ous fuiid thurp is any alloy, the sky of lifw is all cloud, the winds lu.wl, and evi-rything is dark and dismal. If you want to. feel happy, look after your and .s deavoring to minister is a per- petual giver." The liot flushes tP (1'P Wb Willinton'.i face. He was iV.wij ittUl n1ul getting somu, revelations of and they not batisfaclory. How had he Mtirgyf had been the quality pf liis Never before hail such tiojjjj intruded themselves; ncyej.1. found queries BO.difHcult tft swer. 4 deep .sigh attested hia dLaji- pointment in hj.9 sclf-investigatiqn. "I don't whether to be nngjty- the relatlan of existing anpects. One little incident after another was called up trom memory, and reviewed, and ho saw in thtnn, ns in a mirror, an imaje of himself, so different from any before pre- sented, that he was tilled with pain and snrpiiBO. Such a thing as self-denial had wurcaly come within tho range of hmvulukM. St'lf-doniul ho had exacted often. It had no unus'ual thing for to do for hor tastas and wishes "Io liis, and he could think of many CIHCS which must have done so at consid- erable Bucriiico of feeling, i 'A new sfiitlmentbegan topoi-vade the ni) lit I of Willihton a deeper and ten- dei'tu' his young wife and in tlji's he had ti perception qf puvov and fuller of joy than anything the joy qf giving up oven his life's love for anothep; Dear MSflwl" ho said, speaking to City CleikB Pane. plcy.ejr xiorrospondcnt of the Providence Prim, has been writing to that pupor about whut the .and energy of the New York clerks have accomplished. The ktson inculcated in the following brief bketch is woilh himself in this state. "Thu trump of my headless have been very crushing, to that cry of your charge Qf was but the voice (juiTering. fhat ooukl not bo re- thijes had 5 trampM rustic lad cnmc to the mctiopolib'from a Connocticul Inge. At home he had done well in ;in humble way, but had shown no very marked ability. He hud rend nnd heard of the C'ily. Hu ni.ido up his mind ho could spmothing in it. When ho reached. city no pluce Boomed open to hi in, pay after day he hunted for business. Want stared him in the fii.co. not give up and go back to his iriends. Dropping into a largo dry goods house day in tho search for work, he clumcpj to come face to face the propri.vtar. "Wp have for you to do., tljis great buaijioFB said in reply If) his inquiry, "but stay, whut can ypu he, continued, "you HCOJII tp bo an hon- looking lad." t.'O, sir, I can do try jiiji. Only give mp lodosonic- what tho doctors think, and 1 waul you to try anil be u JitU? nuui, nnd it us yuu can. It- ib hard for yo.u, I know, and it in Irtml for me to t-uo you so much, and il mtiUeft my hi-urt ache day alter day to see all you dear UUlo chiUhvn snd'er so, but it Utiod'n will, my said, "and lie and his dear son Jestif. will ht-Ipyou Ihruityh. TJuB was in the evening, aud she lell, him till the morning, going from one little to another till lu-rtima up. Aftorshe had thu little hoy pulled the over hit) livad, auil be- gan to cry ab if hib heart would hreuk. In tho bud next to him W.T> a little girl, and as who saw and heard him cry, said: "NVilliu, what makes you ciy Don't you ksuw Joauc llpll! you? This in his, waul, they pay, 'he luvts very uui'.'U; don't wy Hiiy more, but lot's pray Vu Uvke your paij  think of all the pain I will hsvetu mor- roAV if don't lake me. And I wjlj JiBWi >vhnt I am going to do, for (ear IshMU'1 llon .Ii'suseinnt'H. 1 am gfttng to my hsnjd up .so, (and he held one hawd jiy tbu V tho bed-clot so that when ,fc- ,s jvalks through our room to-night he will see my hand and know that lam theoije that logo with him. 1 have' ttold him 1 would, aud he will look for and the children went to And early in Hie morning, when the nurse went to look at all the ch.lld.re-n, there she saw little Willie still' iiml colil in death, with his baud above the hcd-cloUicf, hwkl uji by the ot tier, tm ho told Jesus he wo.uli! ulni. Vra lUris theatre they were playing a bi'iisiilioniil diaiiia. The whole audi eii'-e IWcniHlanxiously and A vouth savtd his niolhe'r, who was about to tumble hoad-4ong dow n a prtci- pii-e, whieli caused a general emotion and sobs inuiinu'inble. Just then tho attention ol'lhe whole houfce w its diiecled to the gallery, v> here sat ft mother her son, the former of whom tei od to the boy a .sound w bioh followed by an iru-pressibU- haw 1. "Why didn't you do as much fur Ixxiliy, wl en your -o' of a father tried to throw iiio ot.t of the I'H-ri KI.K Photo" grnpbing by nmonlight i1; gix-.it atu-utiou in Unnland. A photo- giaphcl of it is stated, by UHing the light of the moon, Cet'dcd in piodticmg wn-enil IIUHIM and tnarino viowt., which woiidt-rl'ully fiiilhliil H'liroiUictioiis of tin- w-eiu-r, rt-prosK-nled. Theso pictuicH havo bum pivpiiied" for thu and gtvo ;ut entirely d.itlbivnt cllect from that pmdtiod by Minligl'.t in- -Ti< :l cirliiin town in there a sevornl hi nee, who to be n bold leader of all ion, :md road3 publish librotul nuy dehiKiuencies pu diseovou-d in uny piofessor of ivbgion. At Icntjlh l.o uiude up his mind to remove fiom tho to another part of the lountry. Meeting the- p.-tstoi of the. CoiiKret-atinal cnurc.li one day, he .said, alter passing tho infill salulion. "Well, I suppose, you know Unit I am going to leave town soon and will probably bo U'lntl of it." "Cihul ol'il.' Why, nol" .said themin- istei; "you arc one of onr most useful men, and 1 think 1 shall hardly know how to spare you. Taken ab.ick wimi'Wluit by .-'Ueh a ri'lily, ho immediately tisked, "llowi- lejoincd the minister, "thcici can't beaslu'Cj) that nets a foot out c.f this fold but wlinl. von w ill always btu Ic fi-oin olio end of the town to tl.o r. ihilik you havo really been one of H. most 'usi-flll Wtileh dogs thill 1 IT knew. M. eined opposition to ich   

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