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THE RED CLUUD CHIEF
l'ueusnnn wehklv at
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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her.tala, id M k timed &'
littxtth n4 Itfimr,
Two traecrn, rjtafnx apaJdow"
In the ItrvitaiKf,Iflw4tiketlpH to
las the time away, wre attnMtel to
L. AlATJiftk k N. II. Wausk'u,
EDITOIIS and PROPIUETORS.
. Attorney at Law-
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1875.
H. h kali: y,
ATTOlliNKY AT LAW,
H OTABY PTOUC AK2 B2AL SS7AT3
?c2 Child, Ncbrarht.
County Superintendent nj Public In
At II. IIOtfEX. JAS'. LAlfib.
no VE & LAIR1I ,
Att'neys at Ijamr
ftKAL ESTATE AGENTS.
JI6P IftV practice in nil the Courts of
Cobb. Ma aui-tt & Moore.
m One of tM will fo in ntl nd.nnfc t ench
Iitiii of I ho Dutrict Courtu of tliu kci'cmI
ciiuutk-A hi tho lUr.ull!iim Valley. 2 1
G. D. PltOCTOR. -- PnopitiETOit,
TheTrarplinr TubUc 7I1J ffndthii llotailo
be firt cnrt in every rcicct-
"Carriae ran dally to Delrlcefc. th
enar:li Station on the Ht. Joe icU.C It. It
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
JOS. C. WARNER, - - Proprietor
Thii Hotel is entirely nrw, harinr been
,built he prwenttcatun, and it fitted oji with
OOiCOST A1TH C0K7E1TXTOCE.
BOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rates.
A Jarjro nnd cotnuiodi'n 6'fONE STA
DLK Las jutbcen added to the premises.
J. G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he has
, opened up a new and complete Stock of '
'DRY GOODS & GROCERIES J
Coniixting th part of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT 3c PINK,
CHAM If RES. DELAINES, LAWN8,
DRESS TRIMMINGS & LININGS,.
CORSETS k SKIRTSrTAlLS .
TH2 LAS7 SS3EAD3.
f. H. WILLC'OX.
J. S. (1ILIIAM.
ATTORNEYS xT LAT7,
M'i 1 1'iactico in nil the Courts of tin
J5T Collccii in Piomplly AttcndcJ lo
OFFICE I . POST OFFICE
Red Cloud. - i- - Neb.
"W. N. UIOir.UIL'SON', J. A. TUI.t.EVS
Riclirdson & TuIIeys,
3At 23?A?3 b COL'CIINS AS3KT3
Vlly ILvnt Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
IIa? ju?t opened a Meat Market on
WolMer Street, next door south of
Park's Hlioi ?' ;ji where he will keep
and tell fresh uiuatd of all kiudj.
II 10 IIE5T xM ARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEK CATTLE, IIOCS,
AND HIDES. !
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
T. R. LEE,
Hastings,- - - Nebraska.
aiiiO v uv ro.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS. & TOWELING,
PANTS, OVER-ALLS k SHIRTING,
BOOTrn A SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of ail Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
-T. G. Potter,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Thfc c tnhli.ihiucnt lia junt Ken fitted ufi
in coo i Kt. Ic. :tnd i Just tlic plncu lo enjoy
The bc-a iu!j2icj ct the bar. 49-Om
W. L. VAPiALSTYNEI
HEP CLOUD, -J- JYEBRdLSKA.
" He Mt apon an oVen tturif:
. Hit Sddlc in ht band.
And gazed upon the window ill.
To jec her mall tbite hnd
That rwted there . Jorinf ly
It mule his jrrcat heart itafid.
He maraared. "My Mary. lore.
ArtthSnkinjr. 'ett. of me?
Would TLad w np now, as a bird
Like a little bin! sofrre
I'd flyap to tAy window. love.
And finir a sons for thec."
He placed hi fiddle 'neath Ma chin.
And ttr&irhtencd up to play;
Aad "ilollic Darlins" u the $oztt-
hat not apoa thaday
Wm kc&rd upon thoe bottom Undj
'""aJj gt. affecting lay. .- . ,
He heard the window f lowly ritse;
Ilis bow he Bectly pret.
And then locked up to catch her iinilc,
And watch her hcavia; breasf.
When ?plash! went water on his face.
And on his fc'unaay bcit.
She craztd nwhile, nnd beared a sigh.
Then f lowly went below,
Andrinotehcr breast, and fultorcd tal.
"Altai I didn't know!"
All that wa. left to t ercnado
Was a lonrtomo fiddle-bow.
He ncrer camo to sintrnrain
To i-leaso 'Sijuire Ashton'a aauchtcr.
He staid at home anil fiddled not
Until ho had furicot her:
And thus tho roumnoe of hi; lift
Wa. endcxl by cold water.
ity lor Myiag tWe patient's verj-
depeiuJed upon tfilet.
But wben convalescence commenced
LJua sent E&sic and the baby to risit
old Mr. Wortbfngton, and toof con
trol of Ucrbcrt, the two older children
and the household, fully determined
to show her brother how far he carried
hi habit of absurd fault-finding.
With all her seventy, she did believe
he was himself un.iwaru of the
frequency of hw querulous complaints I
and the exaxecratiou of hii fretful
Th8 first diuncr saw the beginning
of the lesson hina tu cunt to teach, by
practically illuslratiinr otwef Her
bertVabamttUM. Htrbort catered
the diuingroom, his handome face
disfigured b? its habisual frown.
Harry and Louie were seated, nnd tho
waiter girl in her place behind Lina'e
"Soup," said Herbert, lifting the
tureen cover; "perfect di-h-watcr!"
"Suian," said L na sharply, before
Herbert could lift the ladle, "take
that tureen to the kitchen aud tell
Jane the soup is not fit to cat
tho "tootu w a hot a$ an oven,"
dnd a hoar later the tavc wa fired
up to saidiherim; heat becauj ho de-
clired it "coltl enough to frccib apoUr
In nhort, vfith apparsotly an ener
getic atfeuipt to correct alt shortcom
ings and put the housekeeping u;ou a
perfect biis, Ltna in otp ifc'oath near
ly doubled her brother's ax tcuse, aiI
drove him to the verjrc of distraction,
kceptriij accurate account of every com-
But E?ie, well and strong txla was
coming home. On tho day of her ex
pectcd arrival Lina, with a solemn face
J a locawotiv 9tUz mi llutraik 11
I a thw nlt-I i'-J.? :. -. ..-
--. wwu v, wcy iaeM
'It ww on of thoi fvllew ilit kill
ed my old dad."-
ifh that i ' rephVl L olhcr.
"Y'es, httted him into nm or teit
poeet I never think of it without
the tcarj eotuiu
He ,l$ti heavily, fiVlftr Sf
oo : ,
"Dad rta4 a alkirfx on Uj trtek
whon M Ittsted hii ITt tieiiwr
mvua her brother iato th tlu'u vr ue Mwourr h .?r; HL
k. . .- 4. iu ji -wrm. -. &. :z m tmim.i, pk. , . t m e
wo fcr i ftlr mocrfnff t ftwti-c"" ?ww
LEARMI.fi KEB VALUE.
af WiTfRuywfd reirilcal i5dtoon-cn'njtai
ti.n. nnd pay tne lor ron-io ident.
Sj.cnnl .lUtnti'Ui KiVMi toeolleetioii. Cor
rei'pondviuei'oliertd. A 1 letter of inquiry,
ur u lt.-mc?f promptly annnercd.
JiiCDOLJllL, - - - - NE.
I. Iff. Free i5i a 11,
JUS l ATA, - - -
nnd sell- Western Securities.
Dr. T. B. VILLIAMS,
JFrt mil y Physician,
Tenders his service tOihc public and
will :itt( nd to all Professional calls.
Ofiiec at the Hed Clo'ud Dru Store.
QSrSJioiJ Jiuntts a SeciilljJ.
E02aE SUOSrJ.f - - PS0PSIST02,
Cod Accommodations, Livery and
m Feed Stnl'Jei.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
l Rlnltle In Cminretn wllh the
Th? ht?l ha? been rcfitteil and refurnished
throuehut. Couniio cia Mrn.Kailroid Men
and all parliw visitinK lted ''uud. will find
iruii'tv atvouiuiodatious at thi Hotel.
lV'LOVEKTON, N EBUASK A-.
Good JSiaMos, Good Beds, and&iuaro
Meals, at Reason ib!e Rates.
The Patronage of the Travelling Pub
lic, Respectfully Solicited.
wis .? .
T. "WS33, PrcjrUtcr.
Regular trips wiil be made between
wNIATA ancf RSO CLOUD,
I shall be pleaded to carry papeBgeff
the Uy TBCDllOUeu,WwnK
t G a,h n fnowaiys, yeao
i TJ . TniL" .lliaiafr.
vsana rnuav.s aiv-wmw -.--,
Vt 6 A. Jt., on Toodvsi lreayi
H- C. WEBER,
Would artnoun"c to tho people of Hed
Clnud nnd vicinity that hf prepared to do
all kind of Mnon work on chort notic; and
reajoniolo trnit'. All orders tuay be left at
tin!1 Aire or :ii li residence four milra u rth
mxiofUed Cloud, So 2U. town -', range 10
ITIi.s.s 8. A. JIu ii.se il,
Would respectfully inform tho I.adiefi?Kcd
Cloud and vicinity that she i pro
p.iredto cAecuto orders for
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hand aud for s!fle a'Sac assortment of
LADIES HATS, kc
Miss S. A. MUNSELL,
fin MoXitt'V Buildinc.l
RED CLOUD, - - XEB.
PIKE LUMBER, LATH, SHINCELS
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc
And every Article usually kept in a First Class Lumber Yard,
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
BY S. ANNIE FttOST.
"Just what I have been expecting
for about seven years," said Mbs
Pauline Worthtngton, looking from an
open letter in her hand, with a frown
''Is not your letter from Heibert;
Lina?" questioned 'Mrs. JVorthing
ton, a tiuy, silver haired old lady with
a gentle expression.
les. mother. Esie is very ill
with low, nervous fever, an
want me to come and stay till she rs
be'tfer. The carriage will be sent at
three o'clock, mother," and Miss
Pauliae's eyes snapped. "I think it
U about time Cert's tyranny over that
little ujurtyJ was ended. He is killing
Susan promptly obeyed, iferbcrf
looked rather ruefully at tho vanish
ins di-h. He was especially fond of
soup, nnd the savory fumes of the
really delicious dish were tantalizing
Essie would have made sonio gentle
excuse ncer whipped off hw dinner
in that way. All diJiner-titue Lina
kept up a ding-dong nt Suan about
that abominable soup, till Herbert
heai tily wished ho hud aid nothing
about it Rut his imagination detect-
burnt flavor in the' pudding, nnd
"Lina ! He is jour brother."
"J can see his faults, if he u"
NEW HARD WAKE STORE
WIIOLF SALE AND RETAIL
jr. '. jflr. Entire,
La'e Cashier 1st Nat Hank. Clarinda, lowa.1
-Exchance boncht and sold on all
cities of the United Sf atcs and Europe, j
COUNTY AND SCHOOL BONDS'
Sought and Sold.
References ly Permission :
1. F. Am-ks. President Cok.Co. National
Banlr. Chieaso. . ,
K. B. Moksk. Presrde!tFirst2atKmainaEk,
Llarinds. IfWiu -
J-ois Bkkrsuaw. Cashier Pacine National
Bank. Council Bluffs, low--
C C Cabpkmhr. Governor State or Towa.
C.li:XDSKJii5rClerliS5aperior Court, Iowa.
MITCHELL & MORHART'
Have opened" a new store and have just rcceivecf a full ami complete stock of
If ARDWAR, Cutlery, Cariter and
FARMING TOOLS, .
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We have also a Tin Shop connected
with onr Store. We manufacture Tin, Copper k STicct Iron Ware.
Our Stoek is LARGE and well assorted,- and we will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.'
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD!
Keeps cont'art!y on hand the largest stock of Dry J?e Lumber Ja the
HASTINGS, -- NEB.
Pnpt attMtieB sivm to CeUeetlom. m'
Oar stock Is well selected awl p urehasrf iireci ftMi tk raftf; afcl wiB be
oW as lowas the t(Hrek.!
. O OLIVER
- .f 5a v '
iher. Nine years ago, when she mar
ricd, she was a living sunbeam, so
liriififr null fmlv Miwr ntili, mint
w....vw.. ,........ -V", ..,..v, U,v..,
and rijcrvetl, her voice U seldom
heard, her smile seldom seen. A
wintry shadow of her former bright
ness! Now fhe has bioken down
You have never seen her at home, but
surely when she is here you sec the
"Yes, dear, she has changed ; but
''Has Louie changer! so 7 She has
been twelve year? married."
3Iis. Wathington was silent. Louie
was her oldest child, and presided
over the home in which f:'cr moth;r
had been a cripple prisoner for fifteen
years. She took all the household
care and had Gvo children, and yet
Louie had gained in beauty, and cer
tainly in cheerful happiness, since her
marriage, even if the merriment of
girlhood was gone.
"Henry lipprcciutes Louie !" said
Lina, "there lies the difference bet
ween her happiness and Essie's dejec-1
tion. If thcTre is any domestic trouble
Henry and Louie share it, while Her
bert shifts it all upon Essie. He is
an habitual fault-finder."
"Perhaps, dear, Esfc is not so
good a housekeeper as Louie. Iler
"oVrl may have caue to find fault"
"Once in ten times he may. I
never saw a faultless house ot hocsc
Lecpcr; but Essie and her house are
nearest approach to perfection I ever
'You never spoke so before, Lina."
"llecaosc Louie and I thought it
better not to worry jou with trouble
beyond your help. But firmly believ
ing, as I do now, that Herbert is
actually worrying his wife into her
grave, I ititend to give him a lesson.
That is if you can spare me to go?"
"You must go, dear. I shall get
So -when Herbert Worthinston sent
bis carriage. Line" was quite ready for
the fourteen-mile drive to her brotb
er'ti house. It was most unlike a
honse wherein cSy evil spirit of rcpin
i or fault-findiug should Save found
as abode. Spacious, handsomely
fonrished with well-trained servants,
aad all comforts wealth coatt rweishr
it sensed a perfect paradise oa earth
to visitors. Bit a very demon Iuked
there to poison all, aad this deuoa
Lia kad coaie Co exorcwe.
Fer tSeSrst fortnight Ksetc tok all
fcertiwe-rad care, the centle spirit
WvHta very aear to "tke" iortabi of
tare flcraaf koe. Ttere was a babe,
taa-'ttk uSaths old, aai iu wasto M-
ciall the fpaxc atarcau. Hcfkcrt
md 1 ret ten ever aaaestic
aM iacatioa ,ef tifcse w tke
l.r. I.- II . . ...,
uuuire uu coum remonstrate, mat uisn
followed the soup.
"i7get this house in ome sort of
order before leave it." said Lina,
"ReforejyoH leave it," said Hubert,
..better hoaekceper than Essie?
Whj', I have not a friend who doc
not envy mo the exquisite order of my
house and my dainty table."
"Herbert, you surprise me. Only
yestcriis? I heard you say you did
wish there was r.tcr any thing ht to
eat on the table."
"One don't expect every word to be
tiken litcral'y," aid Herbert, rather
iD'aiivsJfe'SSj" 'iQUrJaicr, find-
" " " j" .' - . i
room, he dcclrrred cmi)iiancaIIyirwaTt
not fit for 4 pig to live in.
Coming into it the next morning, he
found the curtains torn down, the car
pets taken up the floor littered with I
pails, soap, and brushes, and Lina in
a dismal dress, her hair tic i up in a
towel, directing two" woman scrubbing
"G- od gracious, Lina," he cried,
"what arc you doing?"
"Cleaning this roouf.
"Why, Essie had tho whole Iioumj
cleaned till it shone, in the fall, and
didn't make ualf thhrrausy," he added
"Well, said Lina, rfowly, "I
thought tnis room a marvel of neat
ness myself, but when yon said it wai
not fit for the pigs I supposed you
wanted it cleaned."
"The room was well enough," was
the curt reply. "For mercy's sake,
don't turn any more of the hbese up
At breakfast a tiny tear in Louie's I
apron caught her father's eye, and,
by his own angry statement, "she
never had a decent stitch of clothes,
and he did'wish somebody would see
Two days after a formidable dry
goods bill was presented at the store,
and Lina explained it in this wlmi
"You taid, Herbert, that Louie
.hadn't a decent stitch, and you wished
somebody Would see to her, so I
bought her'a complete outfit. I ccald
not sec any fault myself but of bourse
I get more expciiiive articles, a you
did not like three already provided. I
am glad you called my attention to the
poor neglected child."
"Poor neglected child !' echoed" as
tonished Herbert. "Why, Lina, Eaexe
fairly slaves her life oat over thoie
children. I am sure I never s:e any
better dressed or neater."
Lina iffCtely shrugged her shoulder.
A xmiith passed. E?ie gained
strength in the genial atmosphere sur
rounding Louie and her dkother, whila
Lina ruled Herbert's house with a rod
of iron. Herbert began to experience j
askk Icagiag for e presence.
Uaa took" him to very .literally ftrall
he said, aad yet be could aot rebuke
,ker for doiag exactly what he ojaly
A' chair with a tiny spot'of dirt be-1
iac declared absolutely ilthy, was ap
bo&ered aad Tan&fred at a'etktof
eight daflan. A dozea taew ihT,
Esaie's labor of love, being id to
"set Eke awal hag. wew b&te$
apoa the gardaaer, aad a' aew et seat
fnm a fatawainc atam Harry'
ibaKk-r-fava haratd at tha Jtkahaa Irs
whew Herart.. aaaaawig aaow aae.
B mm mrWWJmz. mwr mmrww
aita hw4fc'r iTvarV
"Herbert," she said, very gravclv,
"I have a proposition to make to you.
You are my only brother, aud 1 need
not tell you I love jou very dearly. It
has really grieved mo to the heart to
ee how much there is to find fault
with tu your beautiful hoiie." Her
bert twisted himself uucasilv iu hi
chair, but Lina contiuued
You know that mother i very de
pendent upon me, Louie having the
house and children to care for, but I
think she would sacrifice her own com
fort for yciri. So if you wish, Her
bert, I will cOme hero permanently, to
keep thm.H in order for you."
Hero Lina was obliged to pau-o aud
strangle a laugh at Herbert' cxpre--moii
of utter horror and dismay.
"i'ou are very kind," he fiJtcrcd,
the instincts of a centlcnian batchtfg
with tho strong desire to tell Luu idie
would certainly drive him into a hum
tic asylum by trx months more of her
"Net at all. A man who hxi made
an unfortunate marri.igo certainly
needs all tho aid and sympathy hu
family can give him."
The last straw wa laid on the camel's
back. Herbert t-poku hotly : "You
are entirely mitakcn, Lina ! J have
not made an unfortunate inaYfmgu. If
ever a man was blesicd in a wife, I am
"You amaze mo, Herbert," Lina
cried, in well feigned astonishment.
"I do not see why you should bo
surprised. Ewie is gentle, losing, or
derly, a model mother, and a perfect
home-angel God blefSbcr!"
"rjeTfttmyttYt tnio.-;' "" '
save tha oM win, who wa tr&ttir?
i . ".lift
aionK wun nn Ucad down, but ttothfif
C9uld warn him. 7bX Vf owwteher
f wked him up, luwrd htm furty feet
tiigli, and fie turnelovcrirH! uVui
and came down,i(f ti ccxn Cdd.
"Ami was he dcatir fiW Kq
"Dead ! Well, I should iy he wa f
Every rib wx, broken, the vertcbrey
w.s lWercd, ht JiulIjW44 stov; H
It'g gone, and ho was the wWuokin.
old man you ever aw I h; never
forget the day they brought the pW
back iuio Uje mivi There w iut It
er a weeping Iu the corner, i4r Jul.a
upstairs, Jiui un the Iwh ind I had to'
run the funeral buniueM, though I
was that ncer gone that my rd nwum
and couldn't kcp tiothGg on my
tom3vh but Injun porridge."
"it wasa I ilnnjf. iifdcad," tupoat
ed the other.
"Vou bet it vtxil" continued fM
on, and the wort oti it wa, the nawv
pjpera cime out and said tbatdadwaj
5 blamed old fool for waUinx oh the
trackthem wero tho very word!'
"Ye, them wure the word-. aojlJ.
tell you they struefc U1 y
might hive been rccklor, but he wf
no fool. He had a good heart, and
wa. powerful on poetry and 9uiW
He wiped his eyes with the gafcf o
hi hand, aud ho and hit M'JipaMoa'
- M i
"I cannot be'icvc it!" raj the slow
"Cannot believe U ! Why?"
"Bccau-e" and Lina dwelt impres
sively on ovcry word "during the
nine years cfyour married life, though
visiting here frequently, I have never
heard you speak ono word of encour
agement or praiio to Essie. I never
saw one look of approbation, or appre
ciation of any effort she made for your
comfort upon your face. Continual
fault'findmd, constant blame, have
changed her from a happy, winsome
girl to a paid care-worn woman. Even
bar last illness was but the unspoken
despair of a heart crusjied under a
load of daily censure and constant
striving for the approbation never giv
en. And you tell mo now slio has
never failed in her duty to you There
is a grave error somewhere, brother."
aiio sauiy carnexiionc, me lace vi
thoughtful gravity, sent every word
home to Herbert Worthingtou's heart.
He spoke no word of self-defense
Lm!owly left the room. Iu the
profound silence t!tt followed con
Sinca tho death ofMr. EwaCoraf
tho following pawjruah kaa Lmhiy
widely published ;
wires. Previous to Lis hittlnir r&od
tint expedient the wire wart bwmd
in tho ground, iiwaed la tube, thw
laying of which much enbad thW
eot of the luxur, now bvcota a r.e
The Olncncr wy : "Jitsi fiie , re
verse of thii is true. M r. Cornell in
rcute-J a plan of hying tube ia tha
ground to hold thgr'hie wire, and
nai employed iu IWrhy Prod Harm
to pcrforfn the w.jrlTot'tSc exfxrriMea
tal line from Washington to IWiimorf'
Buteix yean; proviou-ily Y:ci Msr,
in a published hCur to Hoal Xevt
Woodbury, Secretary of the Triaaqry,'
after docribinj('!lie pkth cf Isy Alf
wirr in' tt:lc, Mated that life at
would be much keened by tHaktafr
the circuit through the air'," a Wad
ded ; ''Stout spars of some thirty fH
in height, well planted fn'tfcef&Bi?,
and placed about X) feci apart, wW
in thi- cae be required. alog the tofw
nf whi.-h the circait might h atretah
ed.' Thi't wa writtra and pahrfthajd
mx ycar before fr. CoriK-jf hatij&tjfe
thing fc'dh.tfrrfTTe maltcr, atJ?tr.
drawing of the plan on pW aiaaV
!PH(M ffviAW.fI Miotintf -surf In, trrinw '.
. . ., ' l-U.. -. -?n
,.mtn n,,!v thr. or ' ""' preserve.
that hii sister had
truth. The habit of fault finding meet
ing no resistance in Erie's gsnttcnesi
had gained in force, t: all it irroa
strosity stood revealed in the expert- kitchen in thedark teHia ) f
rA-.' .. --
of the pait uuth and Lma'a Captain Kidd and other free trader.'
Arzj'.i's 2ij nl Crililfr's ljJ .,
The other even mr Arnold' fee?
the Chamllcr boy wtre Nttiac in. She
In the days when j&ia lay daager
ously i:t there had Iwen nu fteif-re-proaclt
like this In her hu.-ban'r Kr-
row. He had girca his wife a fairf
home, aa ample income, frceent so
cial pleasure, saany ootly gift, and
loved hsr fjtthfuHy while
her wTiole life.
when Araold eiyr rang oat for thef
eleventh time within HzTf a4rhr;
"IJesjawinFraf&UB. go 4 ia'
the cellar ad at that kfaJliaf jay
nfdUtly l" :!gmmr.
Chandler's boy had jaH got Jo ilia
pari of tha atory wtere thw kr?
pjiaonicg i eijy miior WtWs 'M9ntimf, anad to
kjjx hu grox w a eoSa awJl' tHe UC
sa!l boy for tttmlttf - g
Now Bea aever itmd tcm to
a ceUar at aihi. aad ins tjanT wW,
"Cod help roe." he whipjre!, 'to
conquer this fault. Eaie hall hear no
more fault-findiag, and if I nee her
. . . .a v
drooping I liili sen! her to aotfwr and f head tea-lakl afur atvHwr haara
have Una here to keep hoa." ij wrd raajiae of the 'Atead
ever had wife and Mother wvaacr I piraU." S rW hw award tha -wclcoiBC
than greeted Esie. The! gestive traaip ef th jcovtraar'a haaat
child rea were ucehecked in their loud-1 ia the haH, he aaiatly alipaid jaawV
e.-t de&ca:tratkM of didtjiht. Bat j dotetr karff CaaaIrr hty
Lina hit to rash into the hail to htJe ? by the ire ,m
her uierry eyei whea UerbrrV kauaz r Ara4d aas&f aaW iar, Mai
Ek, eaid; 1 R, aa be swaaanad, aat' eaew ataat-
Weaat kt aether have Utu 1 imgZir the aataf, hw WfOkm awiahaa
liic5rw; ha-.tkViakh If
sow, dear. She ha heeu very kiad
aad worked hard for ay ecaafart ; hat
there m ao haaic fairy like ay Eaie."
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