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MONDAY, JULY 10, 1839.
Tin: KiNd'.s i)A(KiiiTi:its.
It Membor Itlcln Ifi Cnrrlocn anj Wear
Diamond TI107 Alio Innlruto lln:il
WnrMngr Btiop Girl awl Ca.h Girl In
Onp IJIk fctarei.
A richly (Ircificdlnrty lcititfig r stimuli?
llttlo waif 01, unlit hoarlril a Irntn ut
Hartford ona mornlmr last bummer ntul
lcl licr llttlo clmom thrmitth tlio lontf
train, looking lnrtilrinIy Into tlio fncea
of tlio lMMMiiiKeni. Kvlilcritly ulio wan
Rocklnf! 8oin(! klnitly person to whoso enre
bIiu might conli;n thu child, which xho
whs ncikIIiik Into thu country fonuip.ixon.
fjecltiK no fnvii which Inspired her with
conllilcncu to ask co ureal ii favor, aim re
traced her Hteju to put her charm; In euro
of thu conductor, wlien n ihiamiiiupt IiokIiIo
her, it lady, rciinivt.il her wrap mid re
vealed over her heart utluy hIIvit MuIicxh
cross tied with n pnrphi rlhlxin. In
Rtanlly llm Imly approached her, touched
tlio idlvcr cross, whispered tho Hi) Merloni
words, ' In his namo," nnd told her all
her need. "In his name," answered tho
traveler softly, and tenderly lifted thu
child on her lap, and cared for and
amused her throtmh the Journey as
Invlnuly iw thoiiuh she were her own.
A lad;. , wlimo elemnieu of ill tiro anil
beauty of porniti atlraeted thu ntieiili'Hi
mill nwnlieiieil the ailuilratlon of all win)
Haw her, stepped out of one of the In f-;
nnd fashlonalilu stoics of New York to her
carriage, which stood wnltliiK at th(iiHr.
Thu wild .March wind riiuulit her Mutter
Intf silken draperies, and rudely tore her
cloak from iiImiiiI her. As she strolled
ngaliiHt It n llttlo silver cnn full from her
dress and went tliiklltm down on tho
pavement. A inltu of u itlrl with a Kcrnp
of shawl over her head darted out of tho
Khelter of thu disirway, picked up tho
silver trinket and drew Its counterpart
from her own shahhy lltllo frock, ''jt Is
thu bnilmi of the Kind's I);iuuhtern," twill
tho lady, softlyj "am you one, tooV Him
held out hoth her hands with iihiiiIIono
Kentio and tender that It was inoru
precious to thn shlvcrlnK llttlo ulrl than
tho nuiiity thu lady left In her half frozen
hand "In his imine.''
Who run tlii'M' royal dnUKhtcrs of thu
kttiBr What Is their ml.liinr What N
thu Hluniltcatlou of the silver nymhol they
wear nnd thu potency of thu mystlu motto,
"In his namer"
In.Iaiiuary, 188(1, n elrcloof ten ladles
met to iII'Cuhs mid arraiiKO somo plan
which HliMtild unite all Christian women
In oiio Krand sisterhood of service. Adopt
lliK thu systuin of IMwuril I). Ilulu' Ten
Tillies Oim clubs they constituted them
clves it Central Ten, around which
should crystallio other Tens of workers,
not assiimluu any authority or resHiusl
blllty over them, but simply to form a
nucleus around which they mlht cluster,
mill from which inh;hl raillatu encouriiKu
incut, advice and mildancu. Of tho va
rious names proposed for thu order that of
tho KIiiu'h Diiuuliters was most favorably
received nnd llually mlopted; thu limine, of
tho nuclei) was selected In the small sll
vcr cross tied with the royal color, the
watchword rliii-.ru was the slinplu "In
Ills uniuu" of thu apostles of old, and the
mottoes ot action so rctcd werm
"1ook forward and not back."
"I.ook out and not In."
"Isik iiji and not down."
"I-oiid a hand."
Thu society as nrj:aulzcil bad no consti
tution and no codo of laws save tho one
KCiiural regulation that whuuuver nny rea
Boimlili) roiitest hIioiiIiI bo miulu "In his
namo" It should bo granted without iue-t-tlou
Never was less mild or written, and
never ho few plans umilo for any work, as
thu design of tho society was to iiiuvu
alleutly and steadily, and to secretly tie
C(iiiii1IhIi Its piirpiisu of lirlilulmt tho
chasm between tho rich and thu jioor, and
to unite all women eni'iit'etl la any klml
of k mkI work In such a way as to secure
. I. .t ... I r 1
in cue 1 1 i lie nyiiiimtuy iiiiii lu-uperiiiiiiii in
nil. Yet from almost every statu In the
Union, and from most remote countries
over tlio sea India, Australia and New
Zealand from people In uvery walk In
life, from pastors of churchen, matrons of
hospitals, teachers of t-cliools, leaders ci
philanthropic, siu'letles, presldentx of cul
leKin, from the tielles of Fifth aveuilo and
tho hlrwl k'iiiiiiii of thu Itowery como tui
fluent of tho continual orpinlziitlon ut tin
upon tens of Kind's DaiiKhters, until
H,tMMl Mlver crosses have been sold ni"l
10,000 inemberH havo enrolled their nutm-
iiuunin tho KIiik's l)atiiliter-i. nlthoii)h I
tho society hits been urttuulieil only two
As for tho kind of work accomplished
by tills remarkable wMerhooil, It Is Iihi i
varied and cvtciiMvu to bo recorileil In do ,
tall. There are Tens that visit tho blek. ,
Tens that supply tho htvipltal and oilmen 1
wit u (lowers, Tens that support tnrehiu
missionaries, Tens that hIiik and Tent '
flint stiW, Tens lliat endow bisls In hos
pitals, Tens that provide pleasant conn
try hornet for docrwm; poor, and Tens
that simply "bridle their tomriie" a !
"emleiiuir to live In love mid charity witti
all men" all "In his name."
Tlio null Klrls tibovo referred to are t
known as "ilio little iluorkeeiiers," wluwe
iinliiuo motto is "Uird, keep thou tho 1
door of my ;uimthi,,aud thero aro Hearts
ease Tens of llttlo children who cultivate 1
panslcs for tho luwpluU. Tliotv artMlie
tjult Tens lu soIuniLs, and the (iurteoiH
Tons, who claim that "Kind's D.iiuhtei
should evur dUplay thu manners ot the
conn;" tl Old Maids' Tens of helpful i
iiuir.mrvmriatisl bUiuits, and tho Old
I.hI.v'h Ten, wIiom ouiitft iiiohiIkt U 1
luoiv) Uihii Ml joars old, and wIiiho oldest
ine'iilK'r doiimsl the silver eis on her
100.ii birthday; tlio faithful Tens In
Uii lids, thu Usk up Ten In dent inittiw'
homes! mid vvvu lu the Homo fur liitfiini
bhv the paiieiii wmiiiiim for dwith have
oru'iin-d tlieioM'le into a CtuwtilvrHto
Tvn, who t-iiitU eiii.oiixor to make tliotr
mioe-s I iHrs as tuiti tu ihmdiui. uuo
IVlU III tkMilOil Will
i i -tt'iii y.uds tu tho
i i hi, and tlio
Cr il! I ' - ' ' ' MO INNtni-
111 kii"t rmtllix Wu-MiM.'irS tho lUI-
opUHt a littl k;irl. sml
of tho most nultiircd nnd K'ftcd ladles in
the city devolo their talents to the enter
tnlnmcnt of the poor, and nlso, through
their iiso In chniTaol" concerts, nccttniti
Into funds for the mi; port of vnrlous mis
sIoiih, thus hr(u,':lti Into use tho talent of
the wealthy lur tho henellt of tho no.
New York Hun.
Nllit fiflon In Conere.
"Night sessions for debate only" nro
tho greatest curiosities of a congressional
session. No votu can bo taken at them
and no call for a quorum mado, and as a
consequence very row members attend ex
cent tlioso who aro to sneak. Tho gal
leries are alwavs empty oxcept for tho
regular crowd of hearers who iiuddlo lu
tlio men s Beats noar tlio ciocK, ana oven
tho pages nnd doorkeepers talk politics In
the lobby to keep themselves awake until
the lights go out, Thero have been In
stances wlioro tho member who was
speaking hail no nudlcnco at all, and on
one occasion after a debater hod got
through and left tho hall tho sleepy chair
man hod to send a pago afcr him to bring
him back and adjourn tho committee.
Thero hod been no ono olso In tho hotlso
while ho was speaking, and when ho loft
he took tho committee with him. Tho
chairman could not got It adjourn d bo
cauao thero was no ono to mako tho mo
tion, and rather than stay up all night ho
brought tho member back. It Is needless
to nay that thero was no objection to tho
adjournment, and that the motion was
carried unanimously. New York I'res9
"Every Day Talk."
Niililii'n Wlil.llllic Tine.
In Nublu thero aro groves of acacia ux
teiidlngovcr I0U miles nitmru. "Tho most
:oiiMplcuou's species," H.iys Dr. Schwclu
furth, "i.i tho ucacl.i fistula. Us Arabic
mtt'in Is 'Hoffur,' meaning Hutu or plpu
Krom thu larviu of Insects, which have
worked their way Into tho Inside, their
Ivory whlto hIiooIk urn often distorted lu
form nnd swollen out at their huso Into a
globular, bladder lllio gall about ono Inch
iudlameter. Alter th? insect has emerged
from a circular holu, this thorn like shoot
hecome n sort of musical Instrument,
uponjwhlrh tho wlnd.ns It plays, produces
tho regular .bound of a Hutu. On this
account thu natives of thu .Soudan mime
tho ucuclu thu whistling tree." The
IHlililhrrU from I'oullr.T.
In Hklatos, one of tho Grecian Isles,
thero has been no case of dlphthurla for
over thirty years until tho summer of
1831, when a child died of thu disease,
and In tho courso of flvo mouths thero
wero oror 100 cases, with thirty six
deaths, In a community of about 4,000.
Curoful Investigations of tho origin of the
epldemio resulted In tracing It to n flock
of Infected turkeys received from Salon,
leu, and which on examination showed
unmistakable evidence of tho diphtheria
process l)r l'aullids, the reporter (Bul
letin Medical), concluded from this ox
perloucu that tho diphtheria of the ord
inary barn yard fowls was similar In Its
courso and symptoms to tho disease oc
curring in man, and that It could bo car
ried from the ono to the other, souiotlmos
through thu medium of the ou-. Chicago
III m Krtilcli Itnllwuy Station.
Scene Scotch railway station. Tlckot
collector, In making his collection, lluds
an old gentleman fumbling lu his pockets
for Ids ticket. I Tlckot Collector Tickets
please? Old Gentleman I'm just looklu'
for It. Ticket Collector Well. I'll look
Of the V'uil; l.nl '
lo.uls i - mi, I t. v
Ol f i' V 11
jr.ii! . i -1
lllllllu Ten Ii Hi' ,'idn
intend i i'i i v ior i
tho u ,.-'
which t c b.'ivo r,-t
i- nod 1.11' I'1 1' nil
(i ! 1. 1 il
vi si. Musk al litis
In again In u fow minutes. Heo and havo
It ready then. Ticket collector returns
shortly; but tho old goiitlemuu Is still
hunting for It Ticket Collector (suddenly)
Why you havo It lu your mouth, maul
Old Gentleman (giving him tho ticket
Oh, so I haul Hero you nrol Another
Ocntlomaii In tho carriage, as tho train
moves on, to first gentleman I'm ufrald
vou'ru losing your memory, Blr Old Gen
tleman Nao fear o' that; uuo fwiro' that!
Thu ticket was a fornlcht auld, and I wis
Jlst Booldii the date aff'tl Tiiblcuu. Tho
Huh WhIkIiU fruui Tin Cant.
Thero U no secret about tho process.
Tlio only thing Is to havo a proper sized
furnace and to got up u sutliclcnt hrut.
The buslnoss has dovelopvd of late, but
manufacturers suy the margin of profit 1
small It costs more to molt tho scrap
than common Iron. Chins ready for tho
furnace cost $7 a ton Tbti sash weights
Crodured aro of a superior miallty Th
uslntws la like tho casoof old rubber, au
illustration of the uso of waste material.
The tin can compuuloa and other manu
facturers of tin goods formerly dumped,
hundreds of tons Into space, but uovr
these senilis are utilized, and tholrrespou
slble small boy works tho ash fluids to his
protlt In companionship with the bllUis
boiuo goat. Commercial Bulletin.
Vor lUeurtllng: n i:ultliiuak. ,
Tlio model of an carthquako Is a unique
pleco of apparatus that has been con
atnicted by a 'I'oklo selsiiiologlst. Ia- ,
tlently and latHirlously following out the j
accurato rtHtmls of a mmlern sclsmo- I
graph, I'rofessor Seklya has succeeded la j
shaplut! a long colt of copin'r wire bo as
to represent, with tho utmost precision,
the Intricate path described by a shaken '
mi nr il.,i mirth's urfacd. Tlid model '
magnifies llfty times the ground's ab
solute motion during seventy two sec
onds and rwumibius a bail of twluo un
wound and thrown down In a confused
heai Nuinborxxl tags show the progress
of the shock for each second of time,
Now OrUMiis I'lcavnne-
Vliulliril liy it lUlijr.
When a houso has onco been well vital
lied by a baby, or u succession of them. It
Is llko a lure's battery, charged with
electricity, it dooa not give It oil but very
slowly it U never au empty homo after
Norfolk. Va . claims tho distinction of
being tho world's greatest peanut market
It diiioMi every yoarof .'.OOO.OOO biuhcls
of ixtauuts. most of which aro grown lu
No men nro perfect Somo men think
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Colo k J
(leorcla hai a bilver throated mulo.
Li cujo of veterinary tracheotomy
Who u ltl nily txitliol.1 uiut uew eutom
n with Uie
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promptly auJ ut rvasouaUle rat'". u
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