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aeaa a great honor to hta family be
catiae It ataa the It et bald that *a« ;
born oa the aear land The lalanil
«a> railed Htymoolh.
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landed they alt went out ami gathered j
all the eegetahle* they had r»'tt*d
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ta the arooda and the mm ahot a great
many, that lasled for three dtiya. an t
a* they had ao ratirh they declti'-d to
hare a feaat, which wa» railed »
Thankeglvlng feaat They Invited th.
great chief of the Indiana, named Mtn*-
Maali. and be brought with him nine
ty more Indiana. The Indiana brought
with them five deer, becaimc they
thought they ought to bring their
abare of the feaat .
The Pilgrim*' Thanksgiving lasted
three day*, and each day 'hey had tur
Now Thanksgiving day Is kept all
over America. It Is a duy act apart by
the President that every person should
make a feaat and thank God for all
the blessing* through the year.
A MCE CARTER.
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THE HORSE HAS HIS DAY.
Tit* :* ti.m gaason when the horso tb* Mol before which the fashionables of this
muni; lay th’ir off, The N■« York H*:-« bhow has com. to be •»■**>
mtli irnti of the >*«ar; but othtr American cities are not tar behind it in this reapeet.
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1 Tkoae who hate pleats should do
sometklag on that day to mahe othaea
thankful Very littla makea people
happy. A Thaakagliiag letter from
1 bc'ae woa d make a aotdler feel tfcaak
f*l. la our p ayera thia Tkaakagtviat
day we will specially tkaak Uod lor
| prater (MM oat br»ee aoldiers who
fought to glee fre. do-o to Other*, and
for the escape of our country from the
.deadest yellow fever. Among the
many thing* for which I am thankful
—cate la. that I lire la this beautiful
part of oar roaatry th* bunny South.
MARIAN ARMSTRONG Ml RPHY.
It year*. Intertrrdlatr Oiade. Par
l<*aos Grammar School.
Second Pitre interwiediete
It wae la the month of November
Ijtao when the Brat Thankeglvlng l>ay
was celeiirstwl In America The PH*
igrlot Kat her* having landed safety as-
Iter a long, elormy voyage, they knell
| nd thanked God tb.-y had been aaved.
:on the next Saturday, to show their
; thankfulncaa. they gathetrd together
| and prepared a tare feaat. anrh aa
roasted turkey, «l.ea*ed with beeeh-
I j tits, meat stewed with dumpling, de
lletotis oysters that the Indiana gave
I them, salad*, boiled fl*h sad eake* of
'all kinds. In the centre of each table
there was a basket tilled with wild
|grapes, plutrs and nut*. This wa*
me Brat Thanksgiving dinner eaten in
the forest, the Pilgrim* with their In
dian Mends laughed and rejoiced.
They weie always cheerful through all
their trouble* and never gave up hone
for b-tter times. We have been blessed
wl h health and happlueas and have
our ivar relative* with ua, »o we
should not forget the poor who some
-1 times have nothing to eat or to wear.
There Is no belter way to keep Thanks
giving Day than, to give all that we
! are able to these unfortunate people.
' | knew a little girl who went on every
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Grammar Grade. Age Id.
Hoc wad Ww Gramma*.
Tiaaksgtstat b I d» m whtrh e*.
rryoae gives tfeaah* to the givey of all
thtaum for wb»t they hat* terwlved
during the pc.ceding ear. Every year
the President publishes a praeiessaikwi
aasotag a rertata day that most be
celebrated la alt parts of tbe ( sited
Aisle* as a Thaaksgtlving Day.
When Columbus land’d on Ameri
ca a aidl bla Brat art was to knee! and
thank God for kavtag bad a safe voy
age aad discover tag land
Tbe Parttsa Pat her* la Ibe year
ICII seat fowler* our to jet turkey
and wild fowl aad kavr a Thanksgiv
la IT7A daring tbe American war. a
| pastoral letter was published and read
Ila all the churches advlatwg tbe aol
i (Hera to be merrlful and humane, and
'the p.u»ple to humble themselves to
fagt. to pray, and to Utend the divina
service:. Congress reeommenrtiul that
July ykh, TS. should be as a da.v of
fasttng. While the congre*? were
about to enter ihe temple the same
day dispatches were received from
Georgia saying that Georgia had Joined
the confederal loti and had flve dele
gates to represent her In congress.
This new* was the cause of great Joy
and thankfulness, and afterward* It
wa* much discussed whether the day
was not intended as a Thanksgiving
day Instead of a fast day.
Oau we not keep one day out of
the year for a Thanksgiving, as th*
Puritan* did 277 year* ago
It la a dny In which all the children
and members of the family come from
the different home* aud gather at the
old homestead and eat some of moth
er* old-fashioned plumb puddng.
roast turkey, chicken and pumpkin
It Is a day
When one long* to be gooff
And on tx-nded knee
Pray God to ideas
Our ships at aoa.
Age 18. St. Mary's Convent, Second
Notes From Harper's.
On an ucasional door or store front
In the town of ailjutitas. in Puerto
Rico, appears a single black print of
a human hand. If the native be ques
tioned. writes John Hamilton Tharher,
In Harper's Weekly, he responds with
a sidelong glanee Bnd »nger oil his Up.
"El mono negro." he whispers. One
learns that the dreaded token cm the
door, the blaek hand, is the precursor
cf a masked band comina by night to
leave a record of Us vls't written with
torch and machete. He hears of a
woman and child hacked with knives
end left for dead on the Lares road: of
a plantation owner, aged and Infirm,
beaten and tortured, blsears cut off.
and flna" Inthe presence of his son.
hung from a rafter in bis house. He
sees traces of pillnge and arson. . ome
of these cr'.mes are a part of the out
lawry that must needs attend the close
of a war. In most cases, however,
what he sees is merely a rude balanc
ing of accounts. The Items on one
side have been accumulating for four
centuries, nod It la not astonishing that
the lower class of Puertorlclqneno
should wish to make a few additional
ientrlea before the United States closes
I the ledger permanently.
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STOP ALL LIQUOR
1 SELLING NOW.
If There ire Llquom
SoIJ, an Charjfcd.
Now U the Time
to Cull a Halt.
TW Evw» TWt iW I*l *»■
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Na t *Brrr Kiltu—TW Pf«f»r
Mefv VIM It Take* » Strtrth
Ijiarr* tW La*.
With ifc* attsc la tb* tstir emmt
g*4 Um MAiitiUuf >rnm *• stats aw
grtme rawrv. tbs rlatw is Awgssis riaaw
That ta s ssti’M fan The •*• whs J
tons gets, tbs riuha la Augusta »r» acM
< toialnt* at Iks law. Ta#y have asvsr j
b#*a pcs audits teg vtstatec* ■< <b#
law They base bsfis««M all ahmg
that uaster their charter*, wader their
family arraagetacat. aa it »•>* they
ha 4 lha right to gather tnge her at
time aad drtak of their tlgnors if tb*y
wished The court • bava aald that 1
they have ao wrt rt*M*. Tbat ast
jtlsa H. Th#p ars upholdsia as tbs law.
Their bars close <*> Hunrtay claae ia
fad sad aduallty from Me lie- that
th# rsmliittur ia held her# aad oßciai
I aottes of the roan raitag t* tbu* given
It is state* that “dosing in ta#
sense It b* un*d her*. mv»t»* that tbs
here are ta be wholly and completely
rtuaed not a mere .urtatnlag off -'hat
absolutely ns drtak of any kind will
Tbs Po lliou Ms Took.
The other day a police commissioner
In ron vet sat ton with n well known bar
keeper who ha*. Justly or uaJus If. had
lbs reputation of setting liquor on
Sunday, upbtaided him becstm# of such
I reputation, expressed the belief that
where there Is so much smoke th#:e,
was a likelihood of there being Bre.
and counseled such course as would
place him beyond even snrh suspicion.
. -you make out a strong case. Mr.
CoTtnlaaloner.’ 'ws* the reply. ' But
MARIA TERESA GIVEN UP.
There 1b now no ebance of the Spanish cruiser Marla Teresa being added
to put the disabled ship In condition to be moved to Norfolk, late reports
show that she has been abandoned.
Current Literature, Literary Essay*.
Not only is every important move
ment in literature promptly ctiYonicled
and Interpreted in the Atlantic. Month
! ly, but a special and characteristic fea
|ture of the magazine is ottered by the
essays on literary topic#, themselves
' rising to a high literary leve., which
, have always been a feature of the mag
! ctine, and are now given In a richer
supply than ever before, and covering
: a wider range of subjects. U- Is the
aim cf the magazine to note ©very im
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haew wsea awe* l»w etoMtkwne Toe
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! Tod hew M done It. Tow sen* f«W
police after a»* and nwa like aae
| "fhete la ao me trying tw tel! m#
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Awaday purehaee* aad Ike m*a oa the
outskirts has ao rack tight Yea po
lice commissioner* violate th* taw ta
tb* coarse that you take. If you are
elacere. go to tfce head Atop Itqeor
setting In tbe rlab*. Then yon can
rant* to u* with a clear coasriettr#.
t etll you go to ta* club* Brat you
come to as ia hypocritical, grsnd
staad playing style—la a manner that
j you cannot expect to win for you the
verdict that you are trying to do your
The commissioner did not have
much more to eay.
AH Closed Now.
The absolute closing of tbe elube
takes away from tb# barkeeper bta
right to make this crßtrtsm. He wl'.l
now he expected to join In every move
ment looking to tb# absolute closing
of the Mu. The commissioners have
rasas up their minds to see to It that
' from now on there ehall be no Sunday
j liquor selling. Every effort wtti be
put forward to prevent it.
Whether or not it is true that liquor
has been sold on Sunday in th# pint.
It ta positive that it will not be sold
on Sunday In tbe future.
portant luerary event, and to follow,
If possible to am.clpate, every literary
tendency or movement, and to give to
its readers in the course of each year
the earliest information and the best
and soundest literary judgment about
ever such occurrence or tendency.
Indeed, tram tbe most active period
of Professor Lowell's brilliant and
scholarly con utlons down to the
present time, a greater part of the
best work by American essayists has
appeared in the Atlant.c.
A SOLDIER GUEST'S
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tstlty of tbe house a cold laarbeow
would be served to theta
■•Ws wtu tbaak the indie* ao much/’
eald Hergt. Hopson m he nudged his
tent mate la the elde.
■'XV have struck it rich thl* time,
old maa." he whispered aa he sad kb
rampsaloa carefully treftd tkiuetk (Be
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lag room* Ift (ft* cooiiitißitr
• The lunch was a delightful one. The
aoKNera bad sot enjoyed anything like
It since they left their Maryland home
They looked the gratitude that they
The young men had about Bn! shed
their meal, when 'he lady of tb* bone*
kavtag heard the lentmate speak to
l.lppiocott'a for 'oo-
The following la u partial Hat of nov
els and other matter which may ut ex
pected during 1899:
"Christian Re.d.' (Mrs. Tinmen), in
UppScoott'a htagatlne. well known by
tier work la this magaaln* and else
where. will give In "Princes* Nadine. "
* itussten-American story, tbe scene
of wblcb ta in Italy.
Anna Rottenn lirown writes a ro
mantic story. "The House of Pan.'' •-*
action 1* mainly on the Canadian bor
der towards tbe close of the las'- cm
"mis* Lafayette McLaws. daughter of
the Confederate general of that name,
makea her debut with a stirring south
ern tale. “Tue Myatary of Mr. Cain.
Isabel Wbiteley reviews the r'rench
•vara of Rmg »*o. an ‘ , r#rr!fa i hfr
young hero into the Italian campaign*
FORBIDDEN PORTRAIT OF CAPT. DREYFUS.
This ourtrait of Captain Dreyfus was mad® by the French authorities immediately
.trJu* SSSuSabrS militarv a tthorities. Its circulation i* forfcrddea in Frsnoe.
to a« P r ™«utW wcured by* Black aud White of London, and through that
i,iibtioot)on it is gi-«na to the world. -
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(watT la the at be- be held a bug*
piece at streak -of • lean and straafe
of-fat He was eajoylaff himself as
«m!y th* aeddler gardened «• camp Ufa
-Dowd afternoon fb-rgeant Hopeoa."
said the geailemsa from the coepe
The aergswat looked ap There were
bis Georgia Meads a iwiable ta ta*
eye of every one of them.
$ He looked Ilk* k# wanted to run.
Rut being a brave soldier he stood his
ground True be held tb* chunk* of
meat and breed behind him a kit. and
be drew hie sleeve acmes bla mouth
when he thought ao oa* of lb* party
la tbe coupe waa looking
At tea Monday sight there was oa*
of toe most pies sent parties that ever
gathered la August*-
Bergt Hopson was there. He proved
in be a brilliant conversationalist and
tb* admirable young gentleman that it
tu expected to And him
The incidents of tbe foregoing
the trip to camp, etc , weie talked over
j aad enjoyed
Hergt. Hopson will And the home of
on* of the moat hospitable families la
Georgia open to him whenever be la ta
lof 1611-12. "For tbe French l-IIlea" la
i written with full knowledge of those
mao'* times, and with excellent p o
torlal and narrative ability.
Mrs. Clarinda Pendleton
whose short Virginia stories In this
magazine have won deserved admira
tion. in "The Sport of Circumstances.''
moves her characters between Georgia.
New York and England, and narrates
a delightfully unconventional. Interna
tiona! love affair.
Maurice Thompson. Well known as
essayist, critic, noveust and poet, tells,
| n "Rosslynde's Lovers." a tale of tove
and wheels, moving chiefly In Ihe mid
1 National, international, political, bls
'torlcal and biographical subjects will
be handled by Fe'.l* L. Oswald, George
E. Walsh, Charles Morris. Austin Bier*
bower, D. O. Kellogg »nff others.