John Bolt, a wealthy manufacturer, is a helpless paralytic, who has lived a selfish and grasping life. To him comes a visitant, who, in a vision, makes him see bow wrongly be acquired a valuable invention. When he awakens from the vision he sends for the workman from whom he acquired the invention, and. by making restitution by a large sum of money, he regains the use of his right arm. The second time the visitant comes. Bolt is drawn into another vision where he sees how he let his tenants live in a disease-breeding alley, and how he had the clergyman, who appealed to him for better conditions, removed from the parish. By correcting this evil he regains the use of his left arm and the upper part of his body. In the third vision the visitant shows Bolt how mean he had been to his wife and when he awakens from this vision he yearns for her. Learning from the visitant of her husband's relenting ways, Mrs. Bolt goes to him to see him rise from his invalid chair and take her in his arms. Written by
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