- Thnre are othcr ministers of lovo moro conspicious than she, but nono in whieh a gentlcr, lovolier spirit ilwells, and none to which tho heart'g warm rci[ui(tals moro joyfully rospond. - Slu.' is the stcady liglit of hor fatln-r's house. Hor idoal is indissolubly oonnected with thiit of his firoside. Sho is his morning gonlight and ovoning star. The grace, viyaoity and tondernoss of her sox bave tHeir i1íu;o in tho mighty sv;i which sho holds ovor his spirit. Sho ís the prido and ornament of his hospitality, and the gentío nurso in his sickness. Tho human raoo is divided into two classes - thoso who go ahead and do somothing, and those who sit still und inquire, " why wasn't itdono tho othor w.iy Y'