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SERVICE AND THRIFT
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER; OR, THE BLACK BROTHERS by
JOHN RUSKIN

"Oh, dear me!" said Gluck, "have you really been so cruel?"
" Cruel!" said the dwarf; "they poured unholy water into my stream; do you suppose I'm going to allow that?"
" Why," said Gluck, "I am sure, sir-your Majesty, I mean-they got the water out of the church font."
" Very probably," replied the dwarf; "but"-and his countenance grew stern as he spoke-"the water which has been refused to the cry of the weary and dying is unholy, though it had been blessed by every saint in heaven; and the water which is found in the vessel of mercy is holy, though it had been defiled with corpses."

X. HOW TREASURE VALLEY BECAME A GARDEN AGAIN
So saying, the dwarf stooped and plucked a lily that grew at his feet. On its white leaves there hung three drops of clear dew. And the dwarf shook them into the flask which Gluck held in his hand. "Cast these into the river," he said, "and descend on the other side of the mountains into the Treasure Valley. And so good speed."
As he spoke, the figure of the dwarf became indistinct.
The playing colors of his robe formed themselves into a prismatic mist of dewy light; he stood for an instant veiled with them as with a belt of a broad rainbow. The colors grew faint; the mist rose into the air; the monarch had evaporated.
And Gluck climbed to the brink of the Golden River; its waves were as clear as crystal and as brilliant as the sun. When he cast the three drops of dew into the stream, there opened where they fell a small circular whirlpool, into which the waters descended with a musical noise.
Gluck stood watching it for some time, very much disappointed, because not only the river was not turned into gold,

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