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THB-EED J1L0TID CHIEF
4. C. HQSS-1E5. Publisher.
RED n.OTTI). . . N-KUR QK '.
4N OLD MAN'S LOVE.
BY ANTHONY TEOLLOFZ,
Author of ' Hocbir Thome," " Framljj Panou
03c," " c I'opcnjnyr' I'hlnrat Finn,
Vie Irish MtmhT." 77i H'unrij,"
"liarchultr Tuxccrt," Klc, Lie
CII ATTHIt XVI If.-Co.--Ti vesu.
"I am as good as my word."
"I don't know about that. Gordon."
"Hut I do, and I won't hear any as
sertion To the contrary. I offered you
the .'hares for a certain price, and, you
rejected them '
"I did not do that."
"You diil do that exactly. Then
there came up in my mind a feeling
that I might probably wish to change
"And I am to suffer for that?"
"Not in the leat. I then told 3011
Lh at you .should ritiil have the shares for
the price named. Hut I did not offer
them to any one else. So 1 came home
and you chose to come with me. Hut
before I started, and again after. I told,
you that the oiler did not hold good,
and that I .should not make up my mind
41s to selling till after I got to England."
"We understood matron meant to be
"I never said so. T never said a word
about marriage. I am now going back,
and mean to manage the mine myself."
" Without asking me?"
I klk'lll iut' 'lll
Hut I have
two-thirds. 1 will
..7 a ri.tA it -n ,it.
irive vou for vour
share ten per cent, more than the
price you o.u-red me for iaeh of 1113'
share. Jf 3 on do not like that, you
need not accept the ol'iVr; but I don't
mean to have anv yvord-. about it."
Mr. Fitwalker Tookey' s .face be
came longer and longer, and he did in
truth fi-cl himself t- bo much
aggrieved within his voiy soul. There
"were still two lines of conduct open to
him. He might move the stern man
by a rcrnpitu'ulinn of tho sorrow of
hi eircum -.Lances, or he might btir-t
out into pa-ionatc wrath, and 1:13 all
his ru'.n to his partner's doing. lie
might .still hope that in this latter way
he could rouse all Kimberlev against I
uomon, ami mus cre,;p oac.v into ine
Vet.geof j-.rop.Mtv under the shadow
. t l.i If.
-of (.ordon s ini unties. He would try
both. He would lir.si endeavor to move
the stern man to pil3. "I don't think
ton ran imagine the condition in which
you are about to price me
rm MITVU' 1
ntadi.utthatl am placing you
" 1 ca
" I'll j,ul exjihiin. Of cour-e 1 know
that 1 can tell you eveiything in strict
" J don't know it at all."
"Oh. 3-ts; lean. Vou remember the
story of 1113' poor wife?"
"Yes; I remember."
"She's hi London now."
"What! She got back from the Port
"Yes. She did not stay there long.
I don't suppose that the Portuguese are
tci3 nice people
" Perhaps not
"At any rate they don't have much
money among them."
Not after 1 he lavish expenditure of
the diamond-fields.'' suggested Gordon.
"Just so. Poor Matilda had been
accustomed to all that 11101103 could buy
for her. I never used to be c!o-e-listed
with her, though sometimes 1 would be
''As far as I could understand, 3011
never us-'d to :u;ree at all."
"I don't think we did hit it oil". Per
haps it was my fault."
Vou useil to be a little free in vour
v;i J in mi;.
"I w-a- J confess that I yvas so.
e :..: "
wa- voung then, but l am older now.
I haven't touched a H. and S. b"fore
eleyen o'clock since I have been in Lon-
don above two or three times. 1 do
mean lo do the beat I can for 1113' young
lam iv. it
yvas 1 no incL 111:11. ir.
Tookey had three lilllu children board
in e; o :"t in lvunlieriev.
is the lauy ilomg
To tell the truth, she's at my lodg
ings.'' ''Oh h!"
"I do admit it. She is."
"She is indifferent to the gent'eman
i'j the Cape Town penal settlement? '
"Altogether, I don't think she ever
leally cared for him. To tell the truth,
she only wanted some one to take her
ayvay from -me."
.And now she trusts 3011 aga'n?"
"Oh dear, yes completely". She is
my y;fe, you know, still."
"I 5ippoo so.'"
-That -acred tie has never been scv-
eiv.l. Vou must ahvavs reiiiemuef
Cf-that. J Ion t knoyv yvhat 'our teeimgs
'v are ow mi h a sub eel, but according to
1 1:1 v yi-jyvs it should not bo severed
roughly. When there are
thai should ahvavs be borne
Doift vou think so?"
"The children should bo borne in
"Just so. That's yvhat I mean.
Who cm look after a family of young
children o v.'ell a their young mother?
Men have var on ways ot looking at
ihe matter." To this John Gordon
gave his ready assent, and yvas anxious
to hem- In yvlint yvav his assistance yvas
to be a-kcil 111 again imumg .ur. ami
: : ... -. ... -, 1 ,
Mrs. Tookev. yvith tlien y-oung chil
espeolably on their feet. "There
are men. you Know, sianu-0.1 wu
felloyys. yvho thiuk that a yvoman sliouitl
never be forgiven."
"It must depend on hoyv far the hus
band has been in. fault.'
".Exactly. Noyv these stand-off sort
of fclloyvs" yvill never admit that they
havc been in fault at all. That's not my
"You drank a little."
"For the matter of that so did she.
When a yvoman drinks she gets herself
to bed somehov.". A man gets out upon ,
a spree. That's yvhat I used to do, ami
then I yvould hit about me rather reck-
Icsslv. I have no doubt Itlatima ma
get it sometimes. When there has been
that kind of thing, forgive and forget
is the best thing you can do."
"I suppose so.
"And then at the Fields there isn t
the same sort of xmulish life
is accustomed to in hnglaud. Here in
Lond-n a mu is noyvhere if he takes
his yy"f back. Nobody knoyvs her, bc
cattsc th-rc are j'l'nt'to knoyv of an
otbc t. Bnl" there things are. not
quite so trit. Of course she oughtn't
to have gone off yvith Atkinson a vul
gar, loyv felloyy, too.-'
nd vou oughtn't to have licked
"That's just it. It was tit for tat, I
think. That's the yvay I look at it.
At anv rate yve arc living together noyy,
and o one can sav we're not man and
"T'-ero 11 be a deal of trouble saved in
that ay "' .
- "A gr-at deal. We are man and wife,
and can begin again as though nothing
had Happened. No one can aay that
black's the white of our eye. She'll
take to tho-e darling children .u though
nothing had happcurd. Von can't con
ceive how an yious jhu is to get back to
thorn. And there's no other impedi
ment. That's a comfort.
"Another impediment would have
upset you rather.
"I couldn't have put up with thai'
Mr. Ht.walker Tookey looked very
grave ami high-minded" as he made the
assertion, "lint there's nothing of that
kind. It's all open sailing. Xov., yvhat
are we to live upon, yj-it for a begin
"Vou have means out there.1
"Not as things are at present. I am
sorry to s.13-. To tell the truth, mv
third share of the old Stick-in-the-Mud
is gone. 1 had to raise money when it
was desirable that 1 should come with
"Xot on my account."
"And then'l d d owe something. At
aii3 rate, it's all gone now. I .should
find myself stranded at Kimberley with
out a red cent."
"What can 1 do?"
"Well, I will explain. Poker & Hodge
will buy 3'our. shares for the sum named.
Joshua I'okcr, who is out there, ha- got
1113 third siiare. I'okcr & Hodge have
the moiMjy down, and when I have ar- j
ranged the hale, will undertake to give
me the agency at one per cent on the
whole take for three 'ears certain.
That'll be 1,0 it a 'ear, and its odd if
I can't find tm'-clf aga:n in that time."
Oordonsloodsitcut. -scratching his head.
"Or if 3ou give nm the agency on the
same terms, it would be the same thing. I
don't care a straw for I'okyr & Hodge."
"I dare sny not."'
"Hut you'd find me as true as steel."
What Utile good I did at the Fields
T did b3 looking after 1113' own busi-ne-js."
"Then what do 3-011 propose? Let
Poker t'c Hodg- have them, and 1 shall
blc-s vou for ver." To Ibis mild ap
peal Mr. Tookey had been brought by
the manner in which .John Gordon had
scratched his head. "I think ou are
hound to doit, vou know." To this he
was brought bv the subsequent look
which appeared in .John Gordon's c3'Ci.
"I liiitik not."
"Men will sa so."
"I d.n't -a:e a straw what men say,
"And you to conn, back in the same
with me and my wife! 1 on
J'HIHII L MM if! 1 I1U A -l4
L.n M f ilt (I I lwt lij-ItltJ
. 1 . t t 1
. (-,()V(U)i bell0U!rllt him.
, ,. ..-, .,.-. :...:..,, rejection
might not arise rather from tho char
ade of his traveling companions. "To
bring back the mother of three little
sainted babes, and then to walk in upon
-""- -..-v,..- ----- --j
leverv shilling of property which had
,jclfjj j to"t,Jljir1 i&llwri You never
could hold ini vour head in Kimberlv
"I should have to stand abasiied be
fore your virtue?"
"Ves, you would. I should be known
to have-come back with my poor re
pentant wife, the mother of tnrce dear
babes. And she would be kuown to
have returned with her misguided hus-
1 band. The humanity of the 1-ields
would not utter a word of ropioval to
either of ih. Hut, unon icy word. 1
should not like to stand in -our shoes.
And how 3011 could sit opposite to her,
ami look her in the face on the journey"
out, I don't know."
"It would be unpleasant."
"Deuced unpleasant, I should say.
Vou remember the old Konmti saying:
Never be conscious of aii3'thing within
3'our own bosom.' Only think how
you would fe-l when 3011 were swelling
it about in Kitnberh. while that poor
lady won't be able to buy a pair of
boots for herself 01 her children. J say
nothing about; myself. I didn't think
you were the man to do it I didn't, iu
deed." Gordon did find himself moved by
the diversity of lights through which
le was madi to look at the circum-
. stances in ouestinn. In the first nlacc.
( jju.ri. Was the journey back yvith Mr.
, Tookey and his wife--companions he
j ,:ll not anticipated. The lady yvould
J probably begin by soliciting, his inti
maey, yviueh on boar.t ship lie coum
hardly refuse. With a felloyv-passen-ger,
whose hu-band has been 3our part
ner, 3011 must quarrel bitterly or be
yvarni lriends. Ujion the yvholo, he
t'nought that he could not travel to
South Africa yvith Mr. and Mrs. Fitz
yvalker Tookey. And then he under
stood yvhat the man's tongue yvould do
if he yvere there for a month in ad
vance. The yvhole picture of life, too,
at the Fields yvas not made attractive
1)3 Mr. Tookev's description. He yvas
not afraid of the recept.ou yvhich might
be ac-orded to Mrs. Tooke-, but sayv
that Jookey found hunselt able to
threaten him yv th violent evils, simph
because he yvould claim his oyvn. Then
there shot across his brain some remi
niscen e of Mary Layvrie, and a com
parison between her and her life ami
: the sort 01 a life which a man must
e.ul under the auspices of Mrs. Tookey.
J JIarv Layvrie yvas altogether b-yond his
, reach; but it yvould be belter to hare
j her 10 think of than the other to knoyv.
Ilis idea of the diamond-fields yvas dis
turbed b3 the promised return of his
lato partner and his yvife.
"And 3'ou mean to reduce me to this
misery"?" asked Mv Tookev.
"1 don't care a strayv for your mis
"Not for your picture of y-our misery.
1 uo not uouob uui mat wnen you nave
pcen nere tor a
month 3'ou yvill be
vv.. ..v.v .v. .. ..-..v.. .w. --- w.
.1 1. .f. - 1 I . . t .
uiui-.iv a oueu :is uyer. ami iusl :u ire-
J with 30111 fUts yv
hen a yvuniau comes ia
, your yvav.
"Ami 1 do not see that I am at all bound ' frown across hi" face as she stood iook
to provide for you ami for your yvife and in r at him. She yvas getting to knoyv
chihlren. You have seen main" tips and the manner of that froyvn. Noyv she
doyvns. and yvill be doomed to see. many ; stooped doyvn to kiss it ayva- from his
more, as long as you can get hold or a j broyv. It yvas a brave thing to do: but
bottle of yvine.' 1 she did it yvith a brave consciousness o!
"I mean to take the pledge I do. in- t h -r courage. "Noyy I may burn the
deed. I must do it jriatiuallv. because
.. ." .
of m" constitution: but I shall do it."
"l'don't in the least be.ieve in it: nor
do 1 believe in any man yvho thinks to
redeem himself after such a fashion
may still be possible th
at I shall not go
"I 111:13" kill "-.villi beasts in Buenos
A3res. or taKe a ta farm in Thibet, or
join the colonists in Tennessee. In that
case I yviil let you knoyv yvhat arrange-
. nient i may propose to make about the
Kimberley ciaim. At any rate, I may
sa3 tins 1 saali not go bacu in the same
vessel yvith you."
"I thoturht it yvould have been so
"You and Mrs. Tookey would find
yourselves more at 3our ease yvithout
'Not in the lensl- nnn't-. lot thnt
thought disturb ou. Whatever
misery late may nave in store for me.
you yvill alyva3s find that, for the hour,
I yvill eudeaver to be a good companion.
'Sufficient for the dav is the evil there
of. That is the first of my mottoes."
"At any' rate, 1 shall not go back in
the Kentucky Castle if 300 do.'
"fin afraid our money is paid-
"So is mine; but that does not signi-
fy. Vou have h week et, and I will
b't 3ou know by eleven o'clock on
fhursdav what step I shall finally
take. If in any way 1 can servo you. I
will do .o; but'Lyan aumit no claim."
"A thousaudAhanks! And I am so
glad you apptVve of what I would have
donoabout Matilda. I'm sure that a
.steady-going fellow like y u would have
done the same." To this John Gordon
could make no answer, but left his
fricad, and went away about his own
business He had to decide between
Tennessee. Thibet and Hueno.s Ayres,
and waited his time for hi own pur
poses. Wh"n he got to dinner at his club he
found a letter from Mr. Whittle-staff,
which had come In the day mail. It
was a letter which," for the time, drove
Thibet, and Huenos A3res and Tennes
see clean out of his mind. It wai as
Chock eus HAtx, --, Jun-r. 1?-.
"Tir.Mi Mn. Jour 'oiti.: I fhul! bo m
ton tola afternoon, nrobaolv by the w-n
train which will tirlns this l.tt-r. an-l ulll io
rny-Milf the honor of cabin ujxn you at your
club the next day at twelve. I am. dear Mr.
John GorJon, fuiUifinly your.
Then there was to be an answer to
tho appeal which he had made. Of
what na'ure would be the answer? As
he laid his hand upon his heart and felt
the violence of the emotion to which he
was subjected, he could not doubt the
stieugtii 01 ilia UAii 10. u.
MIt. wniTTI.KSTAFl-'S JOCKSKV DISCC'Sr.D.
"1 don't think that if I yvere 3011 I
yvould go up to London, Mr. Whittle
statf," said Mary. Tnis yvas on the
"I don't think I yvould."
"Wiry should 3011 interfere?"
"I knoyv 1 ought not to interfere."
"I don't think you ought. Especial
ly as I have taken tne trouble to con
ceal what 1 am going about."
"I can guess," said Mary.
"Vou ought not to gues in such a
matter. Vou ought not to have it on
oiir mind at all. I told you that I
yvould not teil you. I. shall go. That's
all that I have got to say."
The wools yvere il!-uatu"ed and sav
age. The reader will find them to be
so if he thinks of them. They yvere
such tiiat a father yvould hardb speak,
under airy circumstances, to a groyvn
up daughter much less that a lover
yvould address to his mistress. And
Mar was at 'present Idling both capac
ities. She had been taken into his
house almost as an adopted daughter,
and had, since that time, had all the
privileges accorded to her. She had
noyy been promoted still higher, and
bail become his alii a need bride. That
the man should have turned upon her
thus, in an-Aver to her eoun-el. yvas
savage, or at least ungracious. Hut at
every yvord her heart became fuller and
more full of an affection as for some
thing almost divine.
She came round and put her arm
upon him. and looked into his face.
"Don't go to London. I ask you not
" Why tdiould I not go?"
"To oblige me. You pretend to have
a secret, and refuse to -ay' yvlry 3011 arc
going. Of course 1 knoyv."
" I have written a letter tosav that I
It is still lying on the hall-table
doyvn-stnirs. It yvill not go to the post
till you have decided."
""Who has dared to stoo it?"
" I have. I have dared to stop it. I
shall dare to put it in the tiro and burn
it. Don't go! He is entitled to noth
ing. Vou are entitled to have what
ever it is that you 111:13 yvant, though it
is but Mich a irille."
" A tri.le. Mary!"
"Ves. A woman has a littlo gleam
of prettiness about her. though here it
is but of a common order."
"Airything so uncommon I never
came near before."
"Let that pass; yvhether common or
uncommon, it matters nothing. ' It is
something soft, yviueh yv:ll soon pass
ayv.-u", and of itself can do no good. It
Mrs. Haggett over
Very well; I am ouUe satisfied.
Mrs. Haggett is a good woman. She
can do 'something btyond lying on a
sofa and reading novels, yvhile her good
looks fade ayv:i3. It is simphy because
a yvoman is p ret 13 and yveak that she is
madcM) much of. and is encouraged to
neglect her duties. Hy God's help I
yvill not neglect mine. Do not go to
He seemed as though he hesitated as
, he sat there under the spell of her little
1 ,and upon his shoulder. And in truth
, ju d"iil hesitate. Ci
uld it not be that he
should be alloyved to sit there all his
day's, and have her hand about Irs ne k
sonieyvhat afler this fashion? Was he
bound to give it all up? What yvas it
that ordinary selfishness alloyved? What
depth of self-indulgence amounted to a
yvickeduess yvhich a man could not per
mit hiin-elf to en"o3 yvithout absolutely
hating himself? It yvould be easy in
t'n s case to have all that he yvanted.
He need not send the letter. He need
not take this yvretched journey to Lon
don. Looking forward, as he thought
that he could look, judging from the
girl's chara ter. he believed that he
yvould have all that he desired- all that
a gracious God could give him if he
yvould make her the recognized partner
of his bed and board. Then yvould he
be proud yvhen men should see yvhat
sort of a yvife he had got for himself at
let iti ttloriA rf l"-.i 1 1rt.tin l.ktlj AtwI
A,x m W444V.V. Ul V.4klillV 11.41 4 .4I4H
, I . , . . ...-.,
wiiv SIlOUUI sue not love um: 1J1U HOI
. allher yvords tend to shoyv that there
suddenly there came a
letter.' she said, as thoug-i she yvere
about to depart upon the errand.
"No!" he sank, "Let me have a
sandyvich and a glass of yvine, for 1
! shall start in au hour."
At this moment Mrs. Haggett came
into the room, detecting Man almost
Im the embrace of her old master.
' "He's come back a-;ain, sir," said Mrs.
"Who has come back?"
"Then you may tell him to go abom
his business. He is not yvanted, at anv
rate, lou are to remam here, and
I have 3our oyvn yva3", like au old fooL
"1 ina that, sir."
"There is not anv one coming to
. tcrfere with you."
Then Mary got
ttrt fiTti c--rru enk
bing at the open windoyv. "At anv
y-W .... .u. w.vwv wv-
; ratt i'on " nave lo ren,'Va licre- tojook
after the house, even if
Where is the sergeant?"
"He's in the stable again.1
TO BE COSTCfUED."
" To struggle, and again and again
to renew the conflict this is life's ia
heritance, Mrs. GroU.
fhc link of Wcinaoa'sExpcrlJWn!,
- - jgp' t
In n gronn-f-boor room m one of im
:ac nam ami ma-tiiTc granite ,
status wearing tbd wt look p.-cmiar
to mn who h-ivc santv?unti great
d:;licultie3 and eonfron'.i-u groat pnb.
Fevr, inlfo!. had had more practi. e .a
bitb Utan thi man, for he wa no oher ,
than the 1. tike of Wellington, and his ;
crowning victo-y at N aterloo i still j
but a few years ohL
'Jin-re wai th tinkle of a IkII oiitiWe,
and then a murmur of koieu.s in the
anteroom but the Duke never mil
his head from his writing, even when
his .-eeret.'try entered and said-
"If it jifeoe your Grace, that man
with the bullet-pioof brea.itti.ate has
called again, anil wiihe- very much to
see 3our Grace for a moment."
The Duke s lace darkened, as well it
might, for the man in que-tton wa.s the
most pertinacious bor whom he had
ever en ountered. The bullet-proof
cuirasv was his own invention, and lie
never lost a chance of decl tnng that ,
the c,fety of the whole Hnush army de j
peudd upon the mutant ailoption of j
thia "unparalleled di coven. which t
he sAnieil about yvitr. him. anl ox-hiMl-'d
at all tunes and in all places.
llinl this been all, he yvould soon
have been disposed or : but, unluckily,
he had contrived to interest in h.s in
vention one or tyo of the 1 Hike's per
sonal frie.tds. and to get from them let
ter of re--)uiiuendation yvhich even
Wellington co:dd not easily d.sregard.
Something must clearly be done, how
ever; for although the fellow bad hith
erto been kept at bay, he yvas evident
ly determined to gvc the Duke no
peace till the matter had been fully
For a moment Wellington looked so
glim that the secretary began to hope
for the order yvhich he yvould gladly"
have obeyed, vi., to kick the inventor
into the street forth yvith. Hut the next
instant the iron face cleared again, ami
over it played the ven' gho.st"f a smile,
like a gleam of '.vinier Minshine upon a
"."shoyv him in," said he, brioi'y".
The obscryant secretary noted both
the tone and the smile that accom
panied it: and he iuyvanlly decided that
it yvould have been better for the in
ventor if he had not insisted on seeing
In came the great discoverer a tall,
slouched, shabl, slightly red-nosed
man, yvith ayvould-be jaunU air, wh eh
g:ue yvay a little, hoyvever, before the
"Irou Duke .s" penetrating glance.
"I am glad to think that 3our Grace
appreciates the merits of 1113 inyen
tion," said he, in a patronizing tone.
"Thc3 are. indeed, too important to
be undervalued Ijy any great command
er. Vour Grace cannot fad to remem
ber the havoc made bv your gallant
troops at Waterloo among the French
cuira.is'ors. yvho-e breastplates yvere
not bullet-proof; yvhereas. if "
"Have 3'ou got the thing .vith 3011?"
The inventor unv.'rapped a very
shoyvv looking cuir.vss ot polished teef,
and yvas just beginning a long lecture
upon iLs merits, vrhen tho Duke cut
him short 1-3 asking:
"Are y-ou quite sure it ? bullet
"vvuite sure, 3our Grace."
"Put it on. then, and go and stand in
The other yvondering'y obeyed.
"Mr. Temple," shouted Wellington
to h.s secretary, "tell the sentry out
side to load yvith ball-cartridge, ami
come in here to test this cuiruiH. tciiick,
Hut nick though the secretary yvas.
the inventor yyis -pinker .-till. The
moment he realized that he had been
set up there on purpose to IO fired at.
and to be shot dead on the spot if his
cuirass turned out to be not bullet-proof
after all, he leaped headlong through
the open yvindoyv yvith a veil yvorihv of
a Hlacl-' 00! Indian, and darting like a
rocket across the court-yard, yani-hed
through the outer gateway: nor did the
Duke ot Wellington, from that da;.
form, ever see or near ot n;ni
Jjuvid Ki-r, in Harper's Munizinc.
I cade ,
yvere you ever homesick?
first, left the jiarental roof
and yvent out into the yvulo yvorld lo
heyv out a road to fortune and to lame,
diil you not feel that strange sense of
unrest, tnnt made it seem impossible
that you could live another hour ayvay
from home? Where one has not had
this experience a hundred have. Well
do 1 remember yvhen, at fifteen years of
age. I yvent out from father, mother,
home and friends, and sought an educa
tion nearby live hundred "miles ayvay.
The novelty of my new surroundings
in the ei'v,havingpassed all my life on
a farm, susta.ned me for a month or
re. and then, I felt the gua-.vjng at
heart one evening, and for yv:eeks
tm heart one cvenine-. and for wueks
end months it canm and nanin .i-r-im. I
i -.. .i;; - - - .. ..
isrge j'UJiie uu-iuiu 01 uvnunu a hji W.j, i9ZrK Ra,I aI uUf, my n5H-mal.
sat wriring at a table covered li t tol I of how I bad calWd foe raothr la
papers. He yvas a short, .Won..lr U:i!; mr . a3,j 1 . ht-.jjhtar-t-l
figure, trilli a prrmment no-; and a 3,n. TWIaHv oi ihv IottM a kaI
yvas standing in the front yard at my ; Ivss habit of "left ng things co." is re
boarding place, yvhen suddenly a lump ! i''1-'' .v French political economist,
arose in mv t .roat and almost cl.oke'l M. Say.
me. I yvas looking in the direction of
my old home, and my gaze yvent over
the houses along the rher, ami over
the tree-tops on the bluff hevond, and
wandered into .-pace, yvhere 1 sayv in
imagination, the old iirc-side. .Mother.
dear old mother, yvas sitting there at
readinr the villa-re nan'er. iust as I h.-ul
her ac ustr.tned nlace. knittiinr nw-iv .-; . time a ners-jn yvent out.
if her life deoended on "turiiin.r 'the ! in a state to shut readily
beef' of that stoekimr. Kntlip? -.v?i ! ttoultrv yvere troni time
sjcn him do a hundred times. My 1 ids escape, and the yvhole family, yvith
brothers and Msters yvere all there j the gardener, cook an 1 milkmaid,
as usual, and the cat dozed and purred ; turned out in quest of the fugitive,
before the lire of cr.ickl.ng branches, j The gardener yvas tne firs', to discover
and the back-log of hisng-hot elm ! the jug, and in leaping a ditch to cut
rolled from its place and scattered cm- J off his escape, he got a sprain that laid
hers here and there, as I had -ecu it do hi1' ? for a fortnight,
ovr and over again. The shouts of the I The ecok. on returning .o the farm
children, the terror of the cat. the hurry I house, found the linen burned that she
of mother to brush the gloyving coal's j had hungup before the fire to dry: and
from the oht rag carnet before they , the milk-maid h:ing forgotten, in her
should add to the number
.T.AM. t r t-.i..
;ci Ui UiI.glHl
it, the aci.vitv
holes already burned in
of father in checking the progress of
the back-log yvith his heavy boot, the
overturning andirons, the clicking
smoke and all tlie accompanying ex
citement and effort to repair damages.
v.iviiw-.i v uau Aits . tw iwuaii uw.u-i ,'U-T
yvere as 1 had seen them often; but I
yvas not there to help and an tinfathom-
able longing to go "and participate ia
tno near oui scenes came upon me.
What would 1 have given for the
poor privilege of burning my lingers in
a futile effort to set up the fallen tire
dogs? Hoyv I should have leaped and
danced for oy even to have coughed
from breathing the smoke! It yvould
have been only second to Heaven to
have had mother bind up im- blistered
lingers and little sister lo put her chub
by hands upon them and hurt them in
her anxiety to find out whether I yvas
shamming. But no: this picture was
bnt a mirage, and I must wait. One
day a letter came. It said another
sister had been born to me. How very
strange I felt. 1 had a sister I had
never seen, and when I talked about it
at the table the other boarden laughed
cxcj njcot rftii i a sw -w. .-.
tn tj c xamn. xnv wllow ws? wet
tr, m ,nj. 0i-n wi,
hc ttmml (
,-bj;. ud .troked wv
r hair o
ltt mr -.j,, ja In rtwrs aoR.
j vvpt ' afrh. At lat "a Uar eam-i ?
wj,cn j wa, 1 boron. Tlic ltor
mm(Mi ai: ami the micutc to obo-i '
bo0ro lhti lra,a yrtiUid Wl0t;. wer.
loor oi mnn 4x j.;, j-ood-W tv s
saW to rav nexr 1 uwjwfl w j
,,,,,1 ,B;i t ., , nn .ve w7r. Tb
,-.,.. . . . --. ,
hj1 was Ult :oo .Iow, am I alai"l ,
leJt taat . couhl ro fxer if 1 wore :
afoot- When at lost the brakeraan '
callel th- naratej of station tkat L
knew. m' heart bt hlh w.ih evor- i
n-ing bojK, aad I w a, in an ec-tary of '
J03. At la the uhtjUd Mfttndod'aad
the brakti.nan call-i th stntiun near
rav home. The train it K-m! woUl
never stop. Tn plntfortn reached. I
prang of. Wht change ha-1 cr-ute
',.,,?. th. -w.-f.rbl? Th huildiR I Wiul
thoiigjt so hitrh two var- before wru I
Vl.rv mv lhe K.rc m Joadrr-. j
an,f mv iilU,. aWortlart was o tall awi j
siell.lc.. ?,v and bluih:ng. I o-uM 1
h-trdlv .im.iV to H.-r. At horn it vr.u
me tame. rat'wr anu motn-tr
yy rv I
more gray , the chihlrt-u larger, and I
, called the one I'd never --ua bv the
j name I'd -.-nihil tin next o:m o'der i:
fov f yyviit ayvay. I tit cat yva -.leer-v
and inactive, ami life fire upon tJbj
j hc-trth not half t-n bt;ht- Ala! a
change had come, ami hothe yva1 never
. . r.
Hilh Longhead, yvho lives out on .
Dayton "bluff, ha lwen ch-el mgng-j
the ja-t tyvo yars on a tvttlrlvanci to
cluck runxyvav horses. lvt yvek ho J
brought his scheme to a head and eel- i
j braled .he affair bv taking hi- bet girl !
I out foradrve. lie had n!aeel one ! '
hi- inventions on tne yvagun for the
purpo-e of -hoyvi:i hii girl ltoyv long
lu- head yy.i- and hoyv piicklv he couhl
br'ng a hr-e to terul if lie took a
notion to run ayvay.
The invention is simple, being a reel '
round yvhich a line linkel and very'
strong chain is yvouud. The chain runs ,
under the hor-o and i? attached to the '
bit. The reel has cog yvhoel connection
yvith the yvagon yyheei, and is throyvu ,
into gear In a little lever that mus up
into the yyagon. j
The day yvas largo- Tho sun shone,
the tiirds sang, the rivulets nvlod and
as Hilly and h.s girl rode along thnuign '
the country, happy 5n each other slow,
they plnuiu-d an I tchemed hoyv they '
yvould have the.r house arranged ami ,
grounds laid out yvhen Hilly '.1 wonder- '
ful invention should till his coffer-, yyith '
gold. Everything seemed bright. The
pro-pect ya brilliant and lunch conn-,
ter.- and box cars occupied a very ha.y I
back ground in the picture which Hilly .
had painted oi the luttire.
The, yvere goirg down hill. Tho ,
yvagon yvas boo.-ting the grape arbor J
that yvas lra yv ng it along at a pretty!
lively ga t. Nov. yvas a good opp rtu-'
nity'for Hilly to piove the value of his
iny'dition, "He whippe I the horse into,
a run, which was not hard work as ho !
yvas going down hill. At last when 1
tney yvere moving through space at the
rate of seventeen miles sn hour. HilU
smiling on his lady yvliisjierod "Noyv
yve'll slop, hang on;" just at this point
he shoved the lever, the reel com-1
menced to puil in the chain at the rate '
o one thousand miles an hour; the hor.
yvas going one yva yvhile the chain yvas j
coming the other. Th's state ot atfair.i j
last(.'d about eight se ond. yvhen thoi
horse and ciiam l-oth came the same '
yvav and the yvagon yvith its occupants
j continued to proceed through the air. 1
j Somehoyv things got mixed. Hilh got
bevildered. his girl got tangled up
among the yvheels of the buggy, and
j the ho se seemed to be Irving lo kw k
' himself back lo toyvn. When Hilly hail'
excavated his eyes he went on a relief !
' expedition for his girl; ho found her in .
j to,roljier ' iu.Cuu!l recognize i7er and '
1 foIH, lh:il u Uh tlu. ,.X(.(.j,ti0n of a few,
seyeral places, nut mauajeu i) gei ner
hair and much of nose, she yvas all
present. A very hnv temperature ha
sju-ung up betyyeen liilly aim the girl,
and he ha-n't been able to prove that
he didn't, nut, no :i scheme on her to ye I
i.r out of the yvav o that he iniirht tie
io another female on the other side ol
the river. St. 1'aui Herald.
For Want or a La'rli.
An old step-iadder lesson, settin
forth the sad import ff little neglect,-,
is yvorlh a thou and repetitions:
K-r urit o a nm i'- stioo wa lot:
1'or want ot u -.hoe tlio lsorte wit kur;
For want of n hore tho rlder wn lost
Ami all lor the want of u horse .-hoe null."
This is -aiil to be originally taken from
actual hi-torv of a certain aide-de-
i camp yvhose horse fell lame on a retreat
and delayed him until the enemy over-
1 took and ki.lel I1.111.
Another actual case.
Another actual case, embodying the
'o.lino lesson again-t the la.V and sllift-
Once, at a farm in the country, them
yvas a gate, enclosing the cattle and
poultry, yvhich yvas constantly swinging
open for yvant of a proper lat.h. The
i expenditure ot a penny or tyvo. an 1 h
; few minutes' tune, yvould have made
all right It was on the swing even,"
...I ti.it f..tn.r
.! J'-. '.. i
many 01 ine
r .1 I
to time lost.
I One day a line young porker made
li..t 1 r tin tit flirt tttlf. -tn ttr rttt-
( ...-. .v .- ' .... """ - ..-
! house, found that one of the loose coyvs
had broken the ie of a colt that hap
pened to be kept in the same sbeiL
The linen burned and the gardener's
yvork lost yvere worth fully a hundred
francs, and the colt yvas worth nearly
j ------ ., ... v . v-. .. -. - - ... ..--. .-
j double that money; so that here wa3 a f
! loss m a fe'.v minutes of a large sum, j
purely for yvant of a little latch which .
might nave oeen snppuea for a
half-pence. loutHs CtrianioTu
A Boylston street dentist was re
cently asked bv one of his lady patients
if he "would make a set of fabje teeth for
her do. who, being old, had lot his
own. bbe said she was willing 10 have
the experiment made on her darling,
yvho e digestion was now greatly im
paired, and that many other people she
knew would be glad to have their pets'
absent teeth replaced if her dog's set
was a success. The dentist declined to
try. Boston Bcmcotu
When soaking salt fish before cook-
j ing add a little vinegar to the water; it
it-m-troves the iuh Exekamae.
atci- and aid I rjw hornet- I crkd
Our Young: Headers.
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IX Wr 7a ri- fc 4 tetbs.
m ia MkX U t-nar tt-ww )c"
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In mi f -t tttmtttitt
Am! 4ic- Ki- tttt't-m mk-
L JUma4. n Y tXh Ctittttdux.
OUT UN A UKk.
Jottnay and Joo :-fpi! to lh !:hm
that Aigut m-rwHme at! Kki--d
ta rough into the oW Mr. Tlioma' or
chard, yvMnt tHe lraaeln of tb afh:
tre l-uat Ura-KiUi their burden of
"Ikui'l tb-f kk-"c.I.,, -nkl ,!.
uhcMn mouth already ualml tor meh
applra a lhe.e. Ut cottUi iMv-l- niifr
MAtui kw our Mother Kve jfwvr w.tt u
totnpialion yvhen it yva. prrmtmi a
the fihapc of a jlntap. Mcy npph.
" i , tJy uo knjk nice, thai' .1
fact." Joknuy anervl. "I tw!i u
had -4it! hkf tbem inoiir orc4r.!. "
" It's hard yvork to go bv Ihtw rvrT
d.ty and Me tboe itppiiw hrutiaK Uer
to UMtlnlue a fellow -hi" ald Jo, with
amtltr longing look through the lon.
Ju.t -hj-o that bi-' r-x! fetl.w on tin
end of that bntb. lie bobs about a. It
he was Mtring: Don't 301 wih mi
eouhl get me" Wouldn't it W jolly it
you aad 1 e-juhl hae n chaace at 'm'
O-oh'." ami here Joo made an imhsHjnb
able sou u 1 intendud to i'prra lb phwut
ore be fell confbleal h yyoald eprt
etice in having th frre mug of Mh
an otvhntd as thw yvas. Kvwr-fbwtljr
sahl Mi. Thou in had the llii'-nt nppl-M
in tin uhol. country.
"Guess you felb'wi have gft qnlte a
mou'h for apple-, hain't ve?" fsAid n
gruff voice eh use by, nad Iwth th- Uoy
yvere so startle I tint th-y jumpfnl, bl-ingitlmo--
a If thy had been d-fttH-tan!
in doing soinr'thuigyvrong.
Mr. Thomas yva standui-f hi a corner
,1 a onriiur .
of the fence, leaning oyer
""fyyon't do to let vou xtnrvo If a
feyv apples Ml save ye." and h laugh
in his usual gnm yva-. "Hern's half a
dozen for ye. JrV pickil 'cm up under
that tree on thai knoll vender. Kuit
I've fouml r-pe, this year. I don't
gene'lv give many apple-s to thu ny,
tor they steal 'em afore I get a chance,
but 1 dun no as you'd do that. Drulher
give 'em n.vay than have 'em ?U!,
cau-e teller likes to have the hatidllu'
of his own prop'ty." added Mr. Thorn
a. yvith a chuckle.
The 1kis took the appl-vi and
thanked Mr. Thomas for them. Then
they yvent on tmiard the village, to
yyhich Johnny's lather had -cut him
and his con-on Joe on some ort of an
errand. He-fore they had got around
the corner the apples had ile-appoated.
"My! Wan't they good?'' vaiil Joe.
smacking bis lips. "If ther'd only
That night he proposed something to
a." said he, in a loyy and myste
rious tone, when they yvero going up
stairs to bed. "yvould 11 t you like aoino
more of thot-u npples?"
"Cour-e I yvould." ansyverod Johna,.
"Then let's get sop-e." r-nid Joe,
"Whal d'ye say?"
"Hoyy'll yve get V-nt?" aked Johnny.
Why, take 'em!" an-yverd Jtn.
"If we don't some other 1ks will, an'
yve might as v.II have 'em a auv
That yvan a very poor argunn ut. N"o
one yv-i?- ever juntiHed in a yvrotig
action, because if they didn't do H,
some one else yvouhL
" Wouldn't it be Mealing?" Huhl
" '-"oiks don't call it stealing if a boy
takes a feyv apples to eat. ' ansyvered
Joe. "Hosides. Mr. Thoma won't niwa
cm, an yva'."
May1 bu not." sad Johnny-. heb
tat'.ngh. "Hut it don't seem ju.st right,
lor he gave us --ome. and a.- much as
f-aid he didn't think we'd stenlor take
any yv.thout his li.ve." corn'ctcd John
rn' He hardly liked the sound of the
Well, you needn't do it if yon don't
yvnt to.'' said Joe. .vith an offended
air. "I thought 3011 liked fun."
"I'll go along!' said Johnny, yvho
yvis ahva- ready yvnen there yva a
chance for .-port. He didn't quite ap
piovc of this yvay of doing btnioe.
bi't. 1 ke a pood many of us "children
of a larger growth" he smothered his
consc ence and set oil.
I don't suppose there'. any need of
baing very careful." &aid Joe. "'Tain t
verv iikelv Mr. Thomas
'11 be 'round
this time of night-"
But they yvere -archil, for all that,
and didn't speak above a breath until
ihev yvere in the tree from whih the
fruit ha I been taken hat had m aroused
Joo's appetite for apples.
Ain't this jolly?' yvhispcred Joe,
yvith his mouth full of apple. "Seems
to me they taste better than thern did
this morning. I'm going to siutT my
pockets yvith 'cm. aud ctnrr ail 1 can
in m3" shirt. I Hark!"
The exclamation was cxuwi by a
noise near them that sounded very much
like a step in the dry grass.
"Wouldn't yvonder if foruc of the
other boys were out on a iark too."
whispered Johnny, who yva not with
out some mbgivings, however. "Lis
ten." Yes, the sound they heard was the
sound of a step sure enough, and they
fancied they could hear other near by.
"It is the boys, sure's ou"re alive,"
said Joe. "I m going to bail 'co.
S-a-v. bovs. hello!"
"Wbat'd that? Who air ye. an
yvhere be ye?" demanded a gruff voice
that sent terror to the boys heart? the
voice of the owner of the orchard.
"Stealin apple, hey? An' hain't
sen-fe enough to keep still about it
Lucky I came home crtW3 lots. ow
d'ye jest git right straight down out o'
that tree, an' don't yer trv to run. or
the dog'll take aftcrye. Come down,
yoa thelvin' young scalawags. sot I
can get a squint at ye. Dye hear?"
"We'll hare to get down and run for
it,' whispered Joe. "That's the only
chance. Bo spry, or he'll nab us."
Joe jumped and set oat for the fence
on a run. Johnny followed, bat Mr.
Thomas was too quick for kirn, and the
unlucky youth was abbed.
"bc 'en Towse!" crie-i Mr. Tb
ft-9I T-rfT, ivstlisc U&. ZT y??f
c ;wi 4 JUtif in jmri l J-
Is -rtN fer -S-1---4 Wf TWb,
Atoiojbi J4aj' & J ?. "I
tuflM tr fc M '
j jt- tfe wa 5 4Nb't
kiwh u uff . an ft I te
71 'K --" swats4 fi
tMorv ta." -uwl lf. TWa
totUi4 Vo)U teas ?t fw
Uhi ir4 bn TVI j'''i
m .timy tat a it J lli
SKic rj 4Hri a MM itnsng
fWhmm am. 3umx fcf H
ku-it r 11 l-- ft 3. 1 4srrt
xm Jw W -teac-a
"Xo- io "t-a irrvrt ff mm a
UcmiI- cvmc k vmm lth te t"
r-ffcr -ft-r'cC M Mr. TStotvs
Jkmmj kw-A hi -MtH-c -t -fm
i d out ht h4 tMiro of
fVrt wtttf; Vir f tcWM-4a fruit
kx4 iartittl fur th- t-r-, Jrti h iKWtnl
Ow 4of do 1mm4 li.nn li 5
it, TtwKgm m a tr- TWrv Mr.
'l"haMa. immml him It To- otiia
34 Um ffrot of it. rw Marj:
"Y-Mi'nr- Hxte f rextl.mn.' d4 tVflebi
m. a cV Kn,f
,-uch vm htm. T"- G-1 lehi.
hdh. Hojwyw'll m( nn"
TW h cot a ar iw U Jr- to
Xln itKytmi rh f ntNlUn h owr
saw fl lnr-3 U dri th- U-jf acj.
x-i tW, failm-c m that. l cy him
tatj W-JNt: fnatwb, bt ta rkit. Th
imrc ut-w Mt (--mkm, aim vm9, 1 u
he lrinm o- coo. -ad froot
Itrtr Um turvt noc4j; Mr. TWtw
oror in Jv nif- k. Jhwny
a huu. mi hwfi. hH if jfhi.
") ' your v-ommc rrwr l In wj
orrh.rl." mll-sl Mr. Th"-. r
tho tMM. (ot Im laV n Jtirf. lWWr
g a -prt hit otH. I ne,
"I Ul." mu4 IKch Ah, at
. ' . .
H yjHMHNl US i-l th im d-rit.
ntti! it rntf in tut-whW. latwtr-wd A llst
hm d rrt-nl Jt rch! In a I
Ic-okitriff ah--t a bft4k.h -i- ji Ih -nam.
"'tm'r iho mjf I m hoVlit' hwhwvl
aahl HrUn A bill, htvtlg U kttffk III
riU of htmrlf nl JHi'. tr4iii.Ml a
irrtM. -11m1 a tm U--, I
io,t -hi a U it t Rr;-W wUh yn
to ha up ail abjfht. hwhjjfia imm Jr
Jo elitirib-ol lvn f Um ttPMt.
whiW kh HttcU ktfji Toe i a nafAa
"1-1 wlh you'd Ik I n." k mk Vo
htn ucU. wiUi orh a o4-r mmI -oiil-wal
iprtlou cm Uui tm UmU I'imIu
AUo lol to Inttgh a-nti. mhI Jjm-i
Ittthd, ti, in .1 bUy w-y. and
marrhml i4 h(-tyrani. tfUxyr that
"larka" didn't agrr-t yrtth h4H a wili
ni j, tlMCH tht-v iMlffht.
,.ri lol TOW w'huR u mH to Job.
nv. that alleni-tn, "yon iUmj'i tnUfh
inw -1-Killn); nppl- nj-nui "
"Nor tin-,' sold Johnny, lkinVln
hi- mw back. "Didn't ue pt unio
up' yv-th In if-nxl hapo. though"
"Should -ay yv did." atiiyvrel Ju
"Vou d litter bfh-fi I flt iiuraii and
foolish when I ww 1'ucle Abbi ctniitij;
1 never tliI feci qufln -m 4r-nlr lit
all rn. life. I'd rather havn had a 'tan
ning twjeo ov-r."
"And to think of 'thf yvay hi hlah.
yve pm urned Mr. niouiai' klnd","
nid Johnny. "Ho gave u oui" a"
phvt and yve yrore mnau enough to try
and -.ti'ul more fnm him haul ntjghc
it looketl Uk fun to me or ruiy vay V,
tried to make It look m, but lnee I?
thought It all oror I -n Uiop wwn't
any fun aLnnit it, I toll yoo what it U..
Jo. it ihxwn't pay to do a itionti lb tie
and try to retiM- yotinu-if by eallbig fv
Aport. "Thai' ho," ntt-ov-if"! Jo.
So the hoys (otind out tht forbiddnu
fru.t idton lae a Ixtter t.-ito beJdr.d
It. Kbctt li. Itcjj'jrti. t 'tlrn lTot3
rmttu The IMnHitnl.
So far a Ihw ehh kadee It i:on4Nrl,
I sq nothing whiitotrr Ut wMi dltfor
out: I Hit nm x'i1'' t" h'i-fve that fsr my
day and lo.g after, tie yvill nwiMiin tho
Mini! unsj-uiiung. cttreb-rt-.-honrt-id
erentnru that he noyv U. If I tituiy hs
nllouiMl th Hiradox. It wtHiW Ift Um
bad for htm to ehnng. oven for th tMit
tor. Hut tho bluebird, yvho like thu tft
utouso U hanlly Ut bi ae--o-ittol a ittti
iran. do wm to bt h mow hat
blanurwort.i. Uim in a while. It W
tnift, h tak4 a pruh ami Injc'hut
for th mot art h ks ctmU-nto'l with a
f-v. -linpbi not-., having no iembluno
of a tone. I'm'My U- onidr4 that
his pirn -.intmlto voico 1 do not r--rnpmber
ovrr to ham heard from hint
any not of a Mprnno. or evon rf a
muj7,otc-friio qunlitv ) ought by HJf
U bo a Mttlii'Utnt dUtfnetiou. but I think
i. IiknHr that hU Ujcht attempt at
rnutie i only one mantf-vttation of tho
hnbiui.il reawrvu which, rnorw than any
thing ebo jKjrhapi, may to -laid t
characters t him. Hoyv differently ho
and the robin itnpre un in tin par
ticular! Hoth take up thuir Lbode In
our door-yards ani orcbanii; the blue
bird gocn o far. iiid--d, a to accirjit
onr ho.pitality outright, building
hw nct in boxe put uj tor hl a
commotlation, and rnakinj; the rojfct
of our bottwra hit favorltn tirch
ing stations. Hut. while the robin U
1 noidly and '.aunUhy familiar, the bluc-
b.rd maintains a dignified alooino;
coming and gong about the premtw.
but keeping ht thought. Ut hhnel.
and never becoming one of us are hy
the mere aeel lent of local proximity.
The robin, again. loves to travel in
large flocks, when houiehnh! dulhs-i arc
over for the wiaKra. bnt although tho
same hai bca reported of the bluebird.
I hayc never myKJf sen aui-h a ihing.
and am atisUd that, as a rule lhi
gentle spirit find.- a family party of lx or
ieren company enough, ills r4lccocc.
as wa cheertillv admit, i nothing t
quarrel with, it Ls ail well bred, ant!
net In the h a.t cnkitidlv. In fact. w
like it. on the whoc raliur better than
tno room .ernei5 ami garrumy. uu
none the lew. itt natural coa.WMjai:M
U that the bird ha :aH concern for
mi: -deal display. When he umg-f. it i
not to galnapplatte, hut Uj rtprc hli
affection; and while. In one aspect ol
the cajwr, thete Is nothing out of tha
way in this since bw affection need
not be the less deep and true hecsuM
it is told in few wonis and with una
dorned phrase 3et. as 1 a!d to begin
with, it H hard not to fee! that tM
world is bsiug defrauded, whea for aaj
n-asoa. however amialle, the pct-e4oi
of such a matchlc&s voice has no ambi
tion to make the mot of it. Bradjbrd
Torrey. -. AUanite Moniklg.
Feggoknt, on the Islaadof MoH
Denmark is for sale. The owser gvar
antee-3 that it was the btrtfcplae
"that remarkable maa Uamkt.-' aa4
that on it is a hill with the grars oi
King Fclgge. who was th ideatcal ia
dividual slain by th yoag Ftmhw tc
aveage the -murdtsr xcoat f oaT d hit
t .. -y-r !!
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