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. "Shall t tell you for what l am
wishing this Christmas ?” said
Charley Snow to Hie mother.
' • .‘‘yes, Charley, ami wo will talk
about' it by the firelight,''that will
bt pleasant. I sometimes liko to
imagine things seem quite impose!
l)lo, weneverwiu so poor us we
were this wiliter.’’
“Yes, mother, it ie true; wo no
longer have any eggs to carry to
market; berries are gone lung ago,
the cow-gives no milk; wo aro eat
ing up our little store ot food very
Past; I need a pair of boots to go
through the-suow and bring wood
to keep us warm. I have thought
of all these things over and ovor,
yet I am expecting a Christmas
present; "flow pleseut it wus
when father whh alive: wo had
thuudanee ofovrything g od. One
Christmas lie brought mu a pair of
skate*, an overcoat and oap, and
a string ot bolls, when ho came
home with a bundle, I was so ea
ger to see,the inside^if it that I
conld hurdly wait to untie the
string. • ■
"I am thinking of a better way.
mother;” and the luminous oybs
of the hoy gazed dreamily into the
glowing fire, ami over his luce
;atherod >lmviy the rapt cxjwjs
only.n little while ago tliat 1 team;
ed it, :: I wae.at the Fort, one Sun
day, and.wout in, wiih other peo
ple, to-hear a gray-haired- minis
ter preach. He hud hson tliroug.li
the War, mother, and suffered
^ ...be was
gone, the-Indians killed his wife
and children and burned his lions,
and barn. His face wae‘ cruelly
scarred,—one long sword cut r-in
down the whole of his right cheek,
dividing it with a.drSivdfui seam.
You have seon sometimes, how,
at the oloee oi a wiute^ day <>f
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hystorni and tempest; hut, at last,,
the peace uud p.‘st of sunset wore
, t ;s on it. God’s beautiful image was
;2J tlleie. Ho told us about I ho king-
'dimi .of heaycp; it'mugt he a lovely
country, from what tho old - limn
so id. Our Fnthor’s Kingdom he
called it,—yes; purs, that is what
ho said,* Wliy did you never toll
mo of it, motlier?, He , told..tw of
ihi hatter wa' ‘
on earth; dsk Bn'^Jye shall roeivo.
Be gontlo, patient; grateful, for
giving,'and .good. Know ye not,
little children, that it is your
Father's good pleasure to give yuii
the kingdotii?' “I thought ' that
meant mo, for ho wont on to say:
‘There sre treasurer in the hoav-
eps I hat open for the asking; the
key timt iinlupksjiieni is prayer.’
I said to myteVf: -‘ After tin's, fui
bound to pray for the thin
arc of no accouut; for such a long
time ot happiness is coming by
ttud-by., it is go strango you
never told me any of these things;
a boy with such u Father as that
can never feel poor, you 1 know:
that would bo impossible. VVe
wept when wo beared the preacher
his woids were so cheering and
kind. After mooting, ho gjwke to
me and asked my uiniie. ‘Chur-
Jte‘8now,’ I answered. Remem
ber the Lord, Charlie; .lie,jouro to
have him for your fiiend/"i said
i wanted to, but did no| know
how. Read your hibie, pray tor
wisdom': God's Spirit will enlight
en you; bo industrious and obedi
ent;' these wore his iiistrnettiniis
tome. I am trying cvry duy to
(to as the preacher told me. You
say I am a better’l>oy thnn I was
—more patient and industrious.
These lessons have madu me so.
The ‘batter Way,’ dour mother, is
to do all we can, praying, and
trusting in the Lord.
“But I have not yet told you
for what I nm pfiying. Cntiily
and calves 1 like, ot course,—what
boy does i o'?—but- I don’t tool
!ree lo pray fur them, .1 unioning
to he a loan: to fake care of, you:,
and 1 must put away childish
tilings. I am asking for books;
I kp. w you could not lmy” them',
i think I shall get them,? too,
"I am sure I hope so; since I
have heard your story, I almost
think you will. But yon said
ono thing that loa'lo.mc unhappy
" ibr a moment.^li'iarliii \?|a| ask.
1 ejl’'why Lricvei- toldv'-yoi-vpiy of
those things : $tri[ lint teach you
to repeat tlio Lord's Bray?—and
that-begins with ‘Oui Kpthtr who
art. in heaven.’ Dig I not t ach
ypu to read tho bihie,’. and give
you twenty five cents for learning
“Yes, you did; forgive tint.
mpHi'er; Imt it, all seemed; so new
nnd As it 1 never hoard itjbefore. V
“I liesrd so much religipiis tnf
in my childhood, und I,though,
the talk did riot harmonizo with
tho behavior, that , I was ^rather
sot against it Iroui .the time 1 coulci
rometnber. We used tpj.com
menec our Sunday oh"SftM'dny
evening, and going to ciinfhh and
Snnday school and .learning: tho
Catechism came ue natural to our
family as to breathe fresh airs hut
when 1 married your futhniv »nd
ail tliinel agilipsl me, I'riuti the
Deacon down in the youngest!
turned-sgailist my religion."' 1 sec
HOW. that it was wrung. ..I-Aght
. n ? t ,f i .‘ ii'leid '*b ;Ay-Mcrci jiii;
thiulBhec uld Imve puy |f)ousuru
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—er’s ooniluot' to' me, 1 I will, do.
better^ Olmrlie; 1 will (orgive'aiiid
forget, and let tho things that are
past disturb my peaco of mind no
‘And perhaps Grandfather Gray's
heart may soften to us,’ said Chur
lie; ‘Btranger things have Imp
This conversation botwoeuiCimr-
lie Snow and Ids mother took' place
in tho distant West, in a little
‘! Iiouie qn the frontier of. civilize
WHOLE NUMBER 20.
triuus, enterprising, of good hab
its, nnd siucerely attached to Ma
ry. He was proud also, and placed
the States and Territories betweeu
him nnd the Dccon, Ue purchas
ed a farm of government lend,
built a email butcorafortuble house
a barn, and bought a few cattle,
Pud went bravolj to work to over-
come the hardships of a pioneer
life and lay a substantial founda
tion jar future prosperity.! All
went well with them for a 'time;
hut ezpostnro brought ou.u severe
cold; tho cold settled into pbeu-
moniit, and this left his lungs
wenk; death soqu terminated his
early career; and Mary wits left
alone with little Ohariio, his fa
ther’s uatnosuko. Tile strong anu
had failed them,and, as Mary said
to Charlie at the beginning of the
evening conversation, “We never
weso so poor a* we ore this
To pu Continued.
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Dittmissintj ftoia Bduiinit-irAtiba 5
toiunlftrfon fruit, (piardiiuwhi u.G UC
For lcttTH to noil land. .4(df.
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Notice to debtor.•> und creditor*,,,». .4 G0
Maleofrcal tttoteby A^rointotwlbw, Mustf
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Sul®nf p-riBhablt property, tan riny>...A fit
r-sinry notice*, 30 durf. »*b.
All billa for adrertirfng in tbie pajuM ara
due on iht first appenrance oi the
•ueut will bo presented whtr. the mwf ia
need, llesaid otuci- tilings nuiit j Mary'e st,ry hfhlfly told,
accompany prayer; that man must\. Sll0 married CharlieSnow again t
work earnestly. His ext was, ‘I , l|e wishw of her father; ns he. was
reckon- reckon Jlny-m, koow [ ono of tll0WI dioUto| . ia , men who
ed through the hibie, but cannot
find it yet, , I know it began with
those words; its meaning was
•ametbmgUike this: ■ U-'rsoUon dial
the Biltfeiiogs nf tin's present tiioo
law, bo could not easily tiirgivi'
You wouldn’t think thoBO rough
men had a sentiment in tiieir
hearts, but they saw through the
eider'* motives in an instant, and
tho roughest-man iu the lot stoop
ed down and curfuliy rearrauged
oiid of the soda.
Three weeks nioro went by, and
opeeveuing Jack Bullet came into
•l ie White's dieam ulivouiid well,
lie stood on the little square in the
centre ot tho town, and he said
not a word till'the wondering nr n
hail gathered ttbo'ut him. Thou
lie pointed to the grave in the val-
lty,'his eyes filled with tears, and
he chokingly said:
“Boys,! sneaked liaok here this
...orning-to kilhsomc 'Cn#: iif ; 'fb-'
venge.but I cum aarosa that—that
grave down—down thar, and—
Ho held out his bauds to the
men, and the tears blinded him
so he could not seo a lace. Eldor
Graves went down on his knees
again, every man with him, and
there wore mo. e tears,and a prayer
so beautiful,ami tender, ami true,
tliat Jack Bullet sobbed like a
o.iiid. His heart was broken, and
ail the Satan in his nature was
driven out in a mom-nt.
Joe White’s dream was a min
ing camp for'raauy months after
tliut, auu Jack Bullet was one oi
tho best men in it. The lioad-
bourd grew gray as the rain beat
down mid the sun shone, uiul the
wild rqse-grew until it covered the
grave, but uoione disturbed-a god.
The grave was a sign—a boutwu-
l'ghl,,us it were—apd perhaps mi
ners were right when they said ot
kVfey’vo lmd'ai^JlJal Up thar,
an’ they; a re..1 bodies t oliaps an’ tho
liardi st workers on the slope.”
“uermnrr omi'm oj row- istfvw
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