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THE Eteir jrcTJJ'J CHIEF.
A. C. HOSSIER, PiifclisSer.
lOrjvrtym Secured. All M'jUt Ueterved.)
Driven From Sea to Sea;
Or, JUST A CA.MMN.
BT C. C. POBT.
TTtrBi,iPirF.n by Pf.iim:3iom or J. R. Downr
I: Co.. ruuMstiKUA, CniCAc;o.
From Kra'-lus th y heard but c!(lom,
"but knew ij'm to be at work on his claim
at the Slouch.
Mrs. I'ar.-oii3 had written him of the
il'-striu-t on of the old home, and of
their removal to tlie new, toon after its
oeounenoe, and a'so of Jennie's mar
riage to KriMgn and their removal to
Of Lucv's bre.'ikinf with Mr. Ann'd-
rS'-y s?i- did not writ thinking posaibjv
i" i . -. "1 ., i mi
it mi-lit n.,t be permanent, in which
c:i.-,e it would be better for Kra tus, if
.s-tiil fe-iirig atUcb.-d to I.urv, not to
ha-.e hnliopf. raised to be again dashed
to the "ro. nd.
Mr' 7iinH-i"3 how.-ver, lid not plead
virv -ai n.-stlv with Lwv to recoiiaitl-r
her at-tioii in tli.-in;s!iig him. It was
M-v.-r.il we-ki before his r-ply catre;
and then, while he expn.v-ed r'grct at
her ! -ion. he hd not urge hr
Vtry .troiigl, to reverse iL Knowing
tlril ills parents would oppose his mar-
n.iir- witn a noor yirl. ne hail not in-
n..S..wiii apoor g,n. m: ..a.. -
formed ti em of hi-, engagement, and i
no comments would therefore be mado
at ;to..t,g annulled; a faet upon which
he now o n.M-ati.late.i himsel.
He i.ad already l.egim tr feel his af
fection lor I.tK-y weaken with ab-ence;
was, in fact, becoming enamored of an
other young lady in whose society he
had fie ,ueutly fx-en thrown since his
rcl iirn tit fv VirL- -iml wlio-e OOS1-
linn in weall h was e ,i.:il to his own;
i ..iii.,...., . I... 1..1.1 i,;.....ir tlmt l.ii-
- . .
c's letter had broken his heart, it is
probable that after the shock to his -cif-
was over lie was rainer gian
If I.ucy ex1 ecterl or tlr:-iretl a mori:
v'l emeM protc-jfafion of hve from her
li-jriia d"d suitor than he rec'ietl, her
iii ti.ii.-r upon opening his letterdid not
She read the letter in the presence
of i 1m: lam lv. and ihe:i calnil hand-d
it to h. r li.olher. The next dav she
rit.li.tl to ii. reiteratii.' her du-.il c to
be ire- from their engagement and ask-
llic r-liirn nf her 1 -ttcr-i.
I l.all send ours loyether with the
rin- and other jewelrv. bv the same
mail that tak. s this letter." she wrote
linn, and Invin" eiled it and i-cn it.
in companv witn Hi--package, saf.dy on
it w:i in the ollice. she went about her !
UMi.tl "dutie, with a cheerful. cen mer-
TV air, ivici Ii wa a great v.urce oi com
foil l her p-tieuts. and of e-pecial sat
Lslnetioti i her father.
"if ll.i-tu ud o'dy come buck now
it 'ml le all ri'ihl. ' he mused, and feel
ing certain that he young man's a flee
tion for l.ucv Ji-t'l mt wj.neil bccaue
of abvuee. fill exitected him to come
back and ak In r to b- Irs wile.
lur ih" he wa ted with impatience,
woniering :it Ir:itiis' delay ami in
Vi'iitini; exc-u-e- for it.
'pe.'t t'.e poor fellow hasn't jest
got 111. moiiev hy him to come on," he
ai 1 lo hi!iie!f.
And then a.'aitr "May be he's a put
tin' hi h.s crop an' wants to iin'sh o
il will legiowm while he'. gone." Or,
"like enough, he's a-workm' for snino
b dy el-e for a j.ell an' can't honorably
.1 oil'ri-jhl aw.iv."
I'ul a the weeks passed into months
ami the only evidence that I- rastti had
not for-otleii ihem was a letter et ivss-
iiighs -iiiTnw at the loss of their home,
and a ho e that he might some time as-
s.st them if they should require it. but
never a word about Li.cy or any inten-
lion of iif.n : the famib.all hop- of
.seeing I. my married to the man whom
he !oed a a oii and repeeted for h'S
manh oiiahtie began to
die out of
.John Parson' boom.
'l'a to was alwa awful proud.'
he .sa.d to himself. an' 1 reckon ho
can't 'et over the girl' orefcrrin' of
that oiing jackanapes to him ill the
ii. t place."
He still supposed that Mrs. Parsons
had wr tten Kra tus of I.ucy' diin ssal
ot Annelscv. and it w:is not until
liiomn. nan jiasseo ami Miiiiuier :vs
giving place to fall that he learned dif-
.i i .. i i
He hud never mentioned his hope that
the voting folks would "make up" to
Krustus knew that Lucy was with her
parents, but stij posed her only w a ting
for her affianced to come and claim her.
ami so worked on. striving lo con pier
his love, but neer succeeding, even for
And I.ucy. although knowing thut she
loved Krastu. had always loved him.
tit her supposed that he knew of her
broken engagement, and knowing it
Was silent" because ho had no love for
her, or. if she suspected ho did not
know, was restrained by maidenly re-
serve from taking any steps to aequaiut
him With the fact.
One day Mrs. Parsons was helping
her husband in the garden, when some
thing was said about Kratus.
i wonder," remarked Mrs. Parsons,
what he is doing now? It is a good
while since we heard from him. I wish
1 knew how ho is getting along. Poor
boy, he must have a hard time of it
with no one to keep his clothes in ordvr
or do a thing for him. I wouder if he
ever thinks of getting married?
"Of course he must," she added, an
swering her own question: he has got
a little start bv tins time and every
voting man on a" farm needs a wife. 1
hrt,.."i.. .;n r.. . ri nnnui.un l..,
John Parsons gave his clothes a little
bitch, a habit he had when at a loss for
a word. Then turning his back to his
don't b'bee the girl ever cared half as
much for that arpopenjay Annelsev as
she did for him. even if she did prom-
a bnrry. and I know he loved her des
prit, an' it seems no niore'n fair that
be should take the first step towards
makin' up, under the circumsLances.''
xiis manner ot samg tuis suoweu
that he intended lt to be an argument
too strong for bis wife to rebut, show
ing reason why Lucy could, and should.
let Erastus know that she had changed
her mind and was ready to marry him
il be still desired it.
ne and putting an extra bit of force u,cu lVi u llV u,,ouo ,li; ".'- "". . "' u.w. uu. n.iiin. v gioomy-iooKing visitor ami cnatiT ior
the hoe he w:ts usinr. ,v.d: tnaKo a great oioicn on tne wnite taoie as. a few tuomenL--. lut that was me worst
1 had sort o' thought'mav be he an' c''-h- "eii. I d know: we re got a lew that happened, and tlie owl was sen,-
l.uev ii maKe up, now Anne'sev s out o i n s was unior.uuaie. u wjtua oca uunius i.-.n. up now, aim o sen u .uc mglv so we l p;aeu w.ui tee -pot thai
the wav, but it seems they don't tel'.-tale spot informing the women of calves we m-ght scrape up enough to Jai- after dav fc,-retrrned :o "t. The
'Pe:irs iike'Hastus is too promltj take what he had been doiug m the;r ab- buy the lumber ard get it home before jesV.it wa thatf. A. SwV 'ttle b rd-
-.v t . s .a- . . .-....... til. a riiiu .t in l"li. rs-.lc "11 lv.. Inn . ..I .. A. l a .-.. -.. .-
- . Vl'l- e - .Jl.-. .I.1Il...sluk. .. ,-m ... 1... ..II il. v . m . .1
mi wnn iiii vmi cruni'ii in..ii-rii i ci.ai.v. -- - -- .. ...-.....? .. wv- . i-nuip ;iuu . ai- rur iri-ui iu. a. a
ise io marrv mm. l wish shea wnw ik rai.mi mi- kb, iu aim cap .ia- , v " ; - - "- " iu;3u. -s ..
to 'Kastus "and tell him so. I know bureau, took off tho table cloth and during a clear spell in the winter." j L RPM.R1,.RI P p.BnTT
that 'ud fetch him. 'Ras ain't the fel- l,"in it "a the window to dry, brought , "I'ut can we sell thc calves for a fair , ff rtctvjMniuuc. rnnv i i .
low to sret over that kind of a thin"- in back the writing materials and again price? Who is there to buy them?" , , i, trnt ,r tronrirr'aii int
. i- v . . -. I . .....! !,.- -,. - ms,.I Miaff. .. lrfi nnd I rsiMiiii .1- ti s.-ftI
When he paused he felt that ho had
not math: the case as strong a? it should
be. but not kno'.vinir exarllv how Jo
! it -trong r be waited for a r ply
from h s wife, t:ll keeping h'fi back
towards her and h"n hoe going vigor
ously. Hut Mrs. Parson knew that her hus
band had not I'm shed what he wished
to .viv. and s-ie rema ned silent. Pretty
toon lie b'iran .vain
You see. Martv. it holds to reason
that I.ur-v should be the one to spe;
first. 'Ka-nu-i loved h-r. an she- Kn.-w
it; leastwise he thought she did; an''
knowing it she went an' engag.-d her
self to that ar fellow from New York
an' so gave "Has to th'nk she Wouldn't
h .ve him no way it eo-.M be fixi'd. So
he went oil to g.t away from the sight
of 'em. An' now, though knov.in' that
Ann-lv's got his walkm' pajn-rs, he
don't know as Luc,'d have him no
mor.-'n she would afore; an MUis ain't
tlie kind as goes .spoon in' rounti beg
gin' for what folks don't want to gtto
him. It ain't right, an it ain't fair,
wiien I know the girl 'ud give every
thing -he's got in the world to have
ni in back, that they should be Kepi
apart j-St because it's customary for the
n-..i t. ,.t.tr firt Ho in-i nokt firt
one an" now it's hor turn
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All trie time .John was speaking
Martha Par-:ons was thinking. She be-
Ii'V.-d that I-iicy loied Kriatm and was
si - fp - tly in hopes that he wo.ild yet
return to her, bijt -h w;is not sure, and
she saw the delicacy of the situation
"Hire clearly tluin did her husband, who
had nver bien able V) ds-o.er any
ne-e-s!tv for the con cahuenl of the
true feelings of either paity to a love
V hen her husband had ceased speak
ing sin was sih-nt for a moment and
Arc vo Viiw Ff-i-tUS knows that
rcjou -ur. r.r.i-ttis Knu ni.ii
Lucv lias broken with Mr. Annelsey
.John Par-ons su.blenly stoppe I hoe-
"' ! turned quickly around facng
then said simply:
lidn't you write him that, when
the g'rls first come home?' he asked
" No, 1 did not; I was not certain
that she cared for him and feared to
awaken anew hopes that, alter all,
miirht be useless It was not certain (
that Lucy's eir'aemenl with Annels -y '
might not be renewed, or that because
she dNm's.-.cd bin he loveil Kra-.lus.
and I thought it best to let him learn
of it by accident. 1 suppo-el he would
im.iit.iiLi.moiigii.M:,i...- ui ...
eise. but I do not think he ha.. t
Her huband made no rej.ly but re-
su.i.ed his hoe.ng and the sub ect w:u
not referred to again. Indeed very lit-
tie further conversation oc-urretl ne
1 ween them during the entire afternoon
.t -t .. .? .. I I..
both appenrmg bu.y with their ow
Millie supper lai'ie mat v-ii iig .n.
Parso- s proposed that the two Women
i .. j .- ... . ,...
snou.ci go to mnu uie ii-m iay
some butter and eg-s and Mich other
articles a. uiey coum -pare, ami mauo
an eehange for f-imuy uppne.
"Johnny and ine'll keep house while
you're gone." he said; "we re capital
at keepin house, am t we. .JoIuin.
.. . .-
And moth. -r'll bring you some candy or
.John 1 'arsons nateu to -pcuuie, as
he called it. ami his wife always got
better price.s for the butter and eggs
and chickens than did he; b sides which
she knew better how to invest the pro-
ceeiis econoniicaiiv m m ccssit es oi
the famiiv, and then was need of
economy now. And as neither of the
women liked either to go to town alone,
or to stay idone with Johnny while the
other went with the hush ind or father,
it had become the rule for both to go
and leave. Johnny to the care of his
father, and so they 1 cided to do now.
Accordingly such vegetables as they
were lo take were gathered and placed
in the sprr:g wagon. A hunt was made
for eggs, which were carefully packed,
small end down, in oats, to prevent
their breaking, and the bit of butter
which they lr:d saved w.i. ta ken from
tho well where it hung by a rope, and
rewrapped in white cloths.
, When it became dark they went with
' a lantern ami caught two dozen chick-
,Mis ami put them in a crate, jireviou-ly
mud.: and kept in which to take fowl's
to market: and bright and eailv tho
next morning the horses were hitched
up and they started.
When thev were gone John Parsons
washed the dishes which the women
hiil nnt sionoe.1 in do tidied in. the.
hmio. tl.n best. 1... knew how. talkin" to
Johnny all the time, and then went
into tun I'ardeu to work, taking the
bov with him. as was his almost invari-
ihbs iMistom when the weather was
,jne nmj .,1-,,,. h,,P. in his wheeled
eot.'where thev could talk to-cUier as
the father worked.
m.. ...i. : ., i.:.. a:a ,u
AHU UCSU Jl I :iWll SUIISIIIIII UJU IMC
child good and he amused himself in
manv way, 'I he chickens and turkeys
leuriled to regard him as a friend and
would come around him. often jumping
ipon hi, cot tot some u.i .. .uuu i..eu
,-. .... t ...i... ..e e.. -.1 . ..i.:i.
he had brought, some of them t)com
ing :o tamers to permit him to hamllo
11". .1 1 i
When noon came the man and boy
returned to the house, where the father
prepared ami they ate. dinner Then,
when the dishes had boeu washed and
1 Johnny had dropped oil to sleep, as he
:lwas did after dinner in the long
r,.i . . .. . .1. .i.
llieseneorougnt to uie taoie, urew
up a chair and sat down.
"I'll jest give Katus a hint," he was
saying to himself, "au' if he's still of
the same mind as he used to be. he'll
be hero in less'n two weeks an mother
an Lucy '11 never know what fetched
"Whnin's curis about some things: I
never did understand ein very well.
Theie's Marty, now; best woman livin',
tender hearted as h chicken, an' Lucy's
' 5t "'ke her; but thev 're a-lettiu' 'ILvtiis
an her break their hearts fer each
; other rather than to speak up an tell
' him hovy V,10 la"d 1:i""s but l :lin"tSom'
'ow ". , . ,
e aijipea tne jvu m ine ink ant
the d'sh rag and
-r'1" lo remove the ink spot, but only
succeeded in making it larger. Finally
sat down to his task.
It was a long time since he had writ-
A... M 1n..-.H. t.M -J a l.tHt. UM..Mtr'. .
ixays, Jonn. cr. went to uie uureau auu , uu uu inoie. iwu me womu mi wko , v. . la ,., ... r,.fr,:n frnm ..r,.
runim:tged around until he found some a look at Uiem. , cuVinr j. when thev haT0 lhe opportuni-
I wr.tmg paper and hnally a pen and a As the family sat at supper they l X , : f liavil4 5l.cn a
I bo" of "5- , ., , ta,k?d I6 d!l-V. 1 Jurne-V; the Pncc1 colony of weaver-birds which not onlv
iii v t ,v-" r i'. t, .. .:,; g.u: - lorfc vsscrvcr, ol an intelligent speaia.
and could not remember of bavins efStlSill em OTCr an"r time -within a - '
done so since the famiiv came to tie week Iua e'd " lel him 'n? birtJ- whlch s.-metl almost to have
coast. "Srastus was a tolerablo pen- have em to' 'i1 lt"mber- II'" " , ao'vt wish reason, w sent to
man. and good at composing, and had. mighty unpleasant bm"00?1 UP 3erc n a 2r' one OUT snbscr.bers'
business letters that there ha been a
necessitr for. and sine be tlad Wr
i there had been no basincs? liters L5
I .-.--- -T
write, and until nov .fohn Parous had
cont'n:e 1 himself with .simply scnd-ng
h love or supplying some bit of new..
for Lucy or her mother wncn tney i
wrot- to cither of the absent ones uu
j J'ut now he had an object to accom- !
pb-h ami 11111,1 write, and he squared
himelf to the task. '
A"ain he dim.ed the Den in ink. but '
' discovered that he had forgotten tho .
day of tho month and got up and coa
ful ted the aimanac which always bunj.
on a nail driven into the window casing
near the clock. '
When he had the date safely down mm
Y r iiw.Jh'r .ird I.rry hav iron ta tow n with
nine cU'viu'UA anl truiiirs knJ are goiti u
I mi.: ti..(C -otne jrroo rles
l.t.cy alrit a iro n t vutrry Mr. Annclvjr
aftT ail; slic a jfv blm hirf wtUkia papv fer
"W( arc sr.n.n Ion;: jiurtjr well ejaldrrin.
though UjH plao iit quiuj po comfonaWe
ati'l nlcj iw llic o!.1 unv v TJicru alnl no
r(un foiis arouril lu-ru much, antl I.ticy
tloat nvl !lk? "!'- anul to hav nnthliuf to
:j wiUi un of thv rJUf!ir fe:lTS that do,-
come I!n4i t jou litU;r corae home and '
nmk; im a Via t. Vour mother arid me wiiaU
ut e-e you awful t:wl nl io Covn Lucy: least- ,
; I think sh; docs.
I W rw inttln thf nlacf flx-a up some bottor
than it wso wbeti c came here. Unlit a porch
over Ui front door last wtek and tlo i:n:n
ha M-t out sjine n hu
he- on both .d- of
it: you know Lucy always wan Urr.ble fond
"Johnny H tout th-arae as when you left.
He nnd I Uay he;n at work In the garden tbh)
foretKHn. hut r.e s im cji now uints th rca.-on
I'm writln' jou Vou s-e I dont want tho
want n t know It, they are 'o awful cuit
about ucli thln. 1 i--ct l.acy ud think it
iriiMi't proper If she knew It. I reckon she
thinks yr u nt n-ver forjnvu h-r, er love her
any itiOn. cum".' she w-nt and enirajrMl hT
S" f to that N-in-r Ai.iH-Nej. for nh" knew what
Vou !-e a womun think she
"W all. th-y 11 !-- eornlii hack lore Hior an I
mun.,.:itwnt.naudr.a.i f.jrem Wji
im i j. nii no t tin iii iii t H!i an tinnu'lo i.ucy
.. . . !.... ..... ..ff k..v lt..n., la (i K.iutr(n
or mothr I out m hitviti writ toyou,cniteou
It wont do "in any iroixl to know it, mi
l.ne in 'lit not like It: iik-'UL think jou iikim.'
out -f p tyf.-r h,r,r .ometbin They rvaMu.
-TJus from yours affectionately. f
" r n;"'''-"
He road the letter over slow. uua
carefully, and then added:
"I. S. It wns Lucy's dolus breaking off
w.lh AniicNev. mi I don t --e why -he
should hav done .t ef sh' hailu l loveil joni.
body clw lyelti-r."
Tlie letter tin'shed, he sealed it up.
directed it and placed it in the m-Me
pocket of his vot-
He had j'et to get it V) the post-ofhee j
u;til0Mt the k nowlcdirc of tlie fannlv.
a!nj ju, WiW :vt some loss to know how
to aecompbsh tins, as it was fifteen
,jics to the landing, and he could
t!ink of no excuse for troiiiir there im-
mediately alter lus wile ami i.ucy na.i
tmrchasi: 1 all needed fatu !v aumilie-;
but he determined to br.ng it about
,OIIiChow. "May lo they'll forget '
sni-th.n:," he said, mentally, as he ,
i ... i i .. t 4 t. :. ..I... ..i
j repmced the pen ami ink in tlie bureau.
I -1 hope they will: ef they do 1 11 jet
lope a hore an' ride over there to-mor-
. .". ... ...
! row an' mail this letu-r. fer I'm bound
to give Vastus a Hint ol HOW tue leau
Tiir. uivens- Mr.KTi0.
.- & ttfKim vvrr
I p;ra.t,H, tlir
,j:tll .hter s
iMthouch having saitl, in his letter to
at nc expecieu ins win: anu
.....-.-. .- ..,-.. - . -.
soon ami iini-ii nreoare tor
..,.. ,.,,;,, ,i0i,n i'.,r.,, didn't
nj:lv i0ok for them yet for ome
, jt wns litteen miles to rnippsuurg
over a hilly roatl. and it re piircd the
whole of a" long day to make, the trip,
dispose of the articles taken, and re-
mm: ami it was no yet the middle of
tin-atiernoou wiien toe leuer was un-
'.shed. Yet John Par.o is had no inten-
aaa. ! I
tion of telling a falsehood. Liars and
cowards were his especial detestation,
and this slip of his from the path of
truthfulness, like nine-tenths of the
white lies so common among all
classes, was the result of an iuabil.ty
' to readily command language in which
to e.xpre s his thoughts,
nd given the "hint" which was
the ouriKse of his writimr. and could
think of no proper wav in which o J
ehw his letter and at the same time'
tell Krustus not to ment.on, to I.ucy or.
... i... iMr,(IIN tin- f:ut nf his havinc '
been written to. The whole nll'.iir wa.-
intended to he a fine stroke of diplo-
macy by which the father hoped to re-
unite those whom he loed, and whom
he belieted were warmly attached to
cve'i other, without wounding the mod-
,wu- and elf-r.ueet of hi daughter.
It w:ts dusk when Mrs. Parsons and
The husband and fat! er met them at
the gate which opened into the incio-:-
tire where the shanrv stood, and kissed
as he he'tied them, dustv and tired, to
des end from the wagon. Then he
handed out the bundles and packages
which they had purchased, after which
he cared for the horses while the women
. . .
entered tho house.
Thev found the fire burning briehtlv.
the tea-kettle simmering on the stove,
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.n iiiv ... irv-K. ill, iiii .'wui vn uu.
table cloth was not visible, for it had
been carefully covered with a broad
dish; and if Mrs. Parens noticed it
when she removed the cloth and shook
....i ..,,k. ti..,. i...
-. M.v -"- "-","'iV a"u " '.
bs that evening.
. the morning a clean one w substi-
I tuted and the stained cloth thrown into
' ti. . .... t.
. the wash.
wise enougii not to mention it. and in
Johnny was of course anxious to see
tlie various packages unwrapped, but
was persuaded to defer seeing all e.x-
cpt the articles purchased especially
lor mm, until tney had eaten ami cleared "
:. . 1 r .;!... 1 1
reeeieu ,or vmcfcuui uu bites auu
vegetub.e.s and wliat they hatl pur -
chafed with the proceeds; of what those
, -i.i u i i t
who remained at home had done, and
of what thev would do with the i money
to be obtained from the not bit of
produce which they would have to
iUM ns auuu ms jiussiuie we uiust
ami will add more to our comfort than
anything el.e we could get with that
amnint of moniv."
Did you ask the price of lumber at
the landing?" asked her husband.
Why, no; I did not suppose we could
bad for hatii.n a?.tr that.
If we hatl
the lumber home, then we'd
nails and other things along as
j Hob Meeker, over on t other side o
thc mountain 'bout four miles, said th
nk.iflea TKa Va,r Ar-a .. a na;k
, all through the wet -."TrC"? . 4n ex
we had the lumh.r vslZ- aSsV
, of if - J,?5 l d "Anaffe t
I s a dUUlC W3Y.
;ujl .-T awt"" "'"" "u; nponatramp lying on vour door-step,
put up the addition to the house of , No d bt thJ A.t oi lhc Wt:av.
which we have been talking, said t ivo the jntrudcr a verv
Mrs. 1 arsons. "It won t con much. WTO -t:nm tj,.. u-, ,;
FOIl OUR YOUNG HEADERS.
IM liVe to rrr
hj I h' :! fron.
" I ti.n' ? f . r ! : n-rr -i.'h;
I ,r . at ti i- ?At up' .'.u..-! .. ;
I hrk :o t.it tiro'jk that r. vlu t,
Alnl. hap; j a lii
I whLtle an-1 I s:n.
I'd 11V; to know why I hou!d mof
aiii' unn hfartol Jo.
Tlie flower arr m Una I lay loa.-:
The cricket ch ry h Mierry ftnj:
1 try th-ir jiian w b n aunt jrecs rODff,
Ami. hap;y a a aw-
I whittle and I -lixr.
I'd l'ke to know why I houM cp,
i-an? sunny h-artt-,i Jw.
"The .oorn et !a wi.i ti-1 at out;
"IIj ra nirst wcathi-r :oon t-rr im.t:
Whatc"T the troulil o er mv cist,
fct.ll, hajjn a- a km-
I'll whUtU; ami 1 11 .n,r."
I know of ionic I d lik" t 'e
TnV patti-rti nft r J..
Flirh. i-ar and f r i. A- .. t '.c2p to bear
Tlt d.ul htinSt-n t'f ur i-r.v
Wl Jrv th' lot I ii'e to -hnre,
And, liapjo m.' a k.ii.
To w huiJt- at,-! t tnu-
Odd AioclatIon Tlir
the Itlackhlrdt The
There are all sorts of bird-. jut Su
there arc all sorts of people. Not only
hig birds and littb b.rd-, bin bad birds
ami good bird; birU that love to light.
like the saucy little English sparrows.
anj birdd that love each other, and
Cllddle together all the time, like the
j sparrowa; lierce birds and - ntlo
Ij.rds: birds that build beautiful hoes,
J'.ke the Baltimore or.ob-J, and birds
that build no houses but lav their e-s
. , - "
in other birds hollaed, like the cow-
rj.h tj ,ni
. like the hawk-
mil t.wl-, and sociable
I birds like blackbird ami weaer-birds.
And .-peakiut; of lonely irds and -ocia-!
ble birds make3 me think of a cur.ous
c:tse oi a lonely bir I and a lot of socia
ble bird-, which all lied together in a
most comfortable ami happy way.
if uteryou hae -t-n a ..-h hawk you
know he is as wild-eyed anl sa'.age
bvakeAl a fellow a.- ou would want to
meet. 1 ought to -a she L-. for, as a
fact. Mr. 1-ish-hawk is both larger and
ncrcer man nei iiu.-u;ui'i. out: oiuuis
her nest in the topmost branch of a
, ,,. i,.f,t. .,.,...,,. .,. ,t... ,....i
hy, fJlVakera as poss.ble. ami there
brf .r?3 llIM!rr and no'. y a family
? ,. f,,llnii t, ,...,.. :, .. m.i, rv
.. - - . - .. w-w. ------ -....,..- HJ.-... ....
stnu.turo, lo begin with, but. as it is
:uI(,nl Ut e:i(.j, svw jt in lime XQVl lo
dimply enonnou--. Then it is that
the social le. impudent blackbird coma
ai nnd actuillv builds in the erv
rt' ----- ---
tho hawk. Not merely one
blackbird, mind you. but just a many
as can crowd into the huge ma-H ut
- , , . . . , , r ... ,
And there they all live together, with
their babies almost touching each other.
n.i i-i.i t...i ... ,.ii-irr..ii.ii- 1 1,..- n..vii-
iiii-. ii i4 ' ; i in i nv
i, ....." .,,,vt.;...r t c.v t. r..rd. ."tl.er it
j, true, but that mav be because the
Iiawk and blackbird language
Kven more odd than this is the cue
of the owl and the ivu-aver binl. The
wavc r bird are proiablv tl.- mo-.t
sociable ot all the b ids. 1 hev do not
merelv build their ne-t near each oth-
cr. but put th in side bv side in "teat
numbers, and then make a thatched
roof to coter them all. It i hard to
behexe that such a be mtifiil little bird
village can be the Work of b ids which
have no other tools than their b.ll. but
it i. and tiu'se little atvlnterL do not
make any fuss about it cither. The
weaver-birds wheh build this .ort of
nel are called sociable weaver-bird, to
di tingui.h them from other weaver-
bird which bu Id their nests separate
from each other.
If there is one bird more than anoth-
er that mot little bird noit.velv hate.
it i the owl. The owl sleeps all day.
ami goes abroad at du-k when most
other birds are making ready to leep.
Then the owl's eyes are good, and he
can see little bird which can not see
him. and down he pounces on them and
swallows them, 'llie poor birds can
not even hear him coming, for his
wings are so covered with soft down
that ho moves through the air without
any noise, and is clutching a poor little
bird in hi cruel claws before it is awake
enough to know it is in trouble
is all ery well for the owl at night, but
in the day-time, it is quit another mat-
tcr. Then his owlship can not see well
out of his great blinking eyes, and i
- i . . . . . i... il i.:.i I
wio euougn to try io Kt-ep wen iniuum
lost the birds ho eats by night should
eaten iiuii ami i.a-.euieirree. me. .or
in some way tlio little fellows Know trie
. - . , , ,. ,
owl can not see anj be ter b daUight
than tney can , by night .and trcfore
. h lhr ,cMch .i1"11 il.a m H
J ''- "" " . "; " -3
none iv inouni'iznu
e-,11 nil lb small birds of the neighbor-
, J;-; . .TheQ ."VTVf "l! -d if hi
.v atI h,.,n a";1 ?C(:k. .atf ,"m- and ? " h
can do is rtille tip hi feathers and look
I , ., i. ... t . i.t... w .. .,i.
wu Kl": "l,KKl ,UV" w"?ri " ' - V '
lliougiiis 01 now- ne win uio in iui-mentor-
when the horrid sunlight has
Tho fact that the owl is so hated
makes it so much more creditable to
, . - nrseclIt;e ,n owMvhen the OC-
1 . ff . b t w f M to
. "--. " L ": C ww.;,
give it a home, lhat sureH was a i
j- . f for cviL ,t-9et.ms lh
, -fur tj;c nfllc weavc bad complet
their house thev were one morning sur-
i rinsed to tind a visitor asleep or. their
roof. It was a.s it vou were to come
consultation and a great deal of 1'y ng
back and forth, but nothing was done
to annoy the owl; and Hnally the little
bird flew oil' to attend to the business
of getting breakfast- Occasionally a iit
tle weaver would perch near the
iiore atten o'itmesi J- ( wl than if he
kad teen a b"tHTi-jf wood 'ohn J!.
Contlin Harttsio tig itop.r.
Thsf: following acconnt. says the Xei
" receiving it we I
have made further
inquiry, and have the following as-ur-iftce
from tbe writer: "lhe account ii
tl All 4 t.-i-V -m,mmm9 s V. " ' V T
manv wonderful things about -Mm-Pollv.'
but tftJC came under my person
al ob-e nation."
J.ai full my colore I cook aA.-d me
if she mig" t hae he p rrot "n: : her.
and I rather unwillingly con-. n:ed
strictly true. I have heanl a
One mom ng the village cprs gun ng at the pit of the stomach." sorue
catne to the door bringing .M. ! i." thmg should U eaten "for .. to gnaw
who. to the great aiu-mnt o:. the npont" a jf Xh. something might i- a
dr:ver wa-sulkcgtentiu-inctly and the stomach, in
fen-ib!v. After dinner I went t" the ,, . , i. ; -s
?.-.tM...n t -.. th new srnval and a.- the absence of food to cat. Il i scarce-
toon as -he a
'w me she sani . "Hello
whv that parrot d:d not
"nil ' ow whv that iwirro
sav "good-bye" or an other wortls
wj a m story lo me. but on a longer
ac.'uaitrance I found he Used word,
she eons di-re 1 u ta1 le for th- o cv on.
Tlie ue.i morn ng while tk ng break
fast I left the dor open, a Polly was
alone in lhe kitchen, and soon 1 heard
a vo.ee l.ke a child'-. ng.ng thes-
Word-, and to the r ght tune.
- In ihr fro-. n the crv;w
IS in. i,-.'r.' e.er.
I.it tn tA tutts! ui ha.l 3n!
licit t-vioinl tu- r.vr
After a pause h said- "Sing. Pol
ly." and then changed the tune and
sang. "Oh think of tho home over
there," and then. I suppose thinking
of lref.kf.ist. -he said "Polly w.tnt
bre.id ami butter.' Pody waut tea,"
' Poli;, w.m; ou:o ''
Alter a little wmle I Wcame very
fond of Miis Pullx, ami she of me.
W hen I went to th Kitchen 1 would
peep into tne door, wit.iuiit saving a
word. al atur a severe look. Polly
would call: "What are ou doi' g""
and when 1 ei.tered she would jump
for joy and .-ay "How do oil do,
love?" " Polly" pi et; well." some
times if I w:l g.v.ng d rectioti to my
cook. Polly would chatter o fa.-t tliat
you cotihl he:r no one el and if 1
took a book in my hand she would
make believe read in continuous
One of her great delights wa to have
and lo ked in my face. I thought per
hap tin exhibition of feebng w.vi :vcci
dental, but I tr-.ed the eper.inenl an
other day when Polh wa behind lhe
cage, ami he climbed directly over and
came in my lap a Ik-fore.
One day'somo very little k:ttens came
U) the house I took one and strok. d
it, and Polly looked on for a moment,
then came to the wires of her cage, put
down her head and said "W ant lo
scratch Polly."' m thu-s way showing her
jealousy of the kitten.
It was quite an ainu-euient to the
school-chi'dren to hear her ay her let
ters. They would call to her if she was
in the y. rd. and ho would answer
them. One thing I found rather
troublesome. If a child tr a man ran
quickly past the house he would call
"Fire Hie!" so loud that you could
hear her :t long distance oil". h must
have he itl j oople cry lire in the -treels
of I'ro.klyn. whete she formerly lived.
Alwa when I left h r he would av
"(It.od live, loe."or"(iood-bve. dear.
One day I -aid V her i .my. now
nice it would oe it vou could me again
in another world." I was startled to
hear her answer "That" "
These are a few of the singularly ap
propriate remarks Miss IV ly made, ami
I am sure yon will agree with me that
she is a ter, w.se bird.
NEGOTIATED THE LOAN.
HrlRlit wpapr JHrn L'nually .Imp-
It i-J a lamentable fact lhat nine onto!
ten rcalh bright newspaper men are in
. ,, , ...
nine cases out of ten alwav impecunious.
, , - ' , IV
1 his is undoubtedly ow.ng to the emct
of social coniviabty upon their mental
stamina. Ihose who really preserve
their mental balance ami live within
their incomes are frequently the ictims
of the contiwal tates of their unfortu
nate bicthren. Amos Cumming tell.
a good storv of a man. now dead and
gone, who was one of the brightest
night editors in New York.
"I h .d ju-t been paid oil" one Satur
day afternoon. ' Cummingssay. "when
I was ordered down to Wall street to
make a report of some tinaucial tl sas
ter As I reachetl tlie Txvus corner I
saw an old-time newspaper fnend gaz
ing mournfully nto the gutU'r He
looked as though h-hadn't an acquaint
ance in the world. Attracted bv the
sadne-s of his eounvnance. I took him
by the arm and -aid "What's the mat
ter with you?'
"He repl.ed that a man' trouble
were his own. and that he preferred to
keep his to himself.
"I insisted on knowing what ailed
him. You look as though you were
going to commit auic tie.' I -aid.
" 'Well.' he replied. I feel just like
it. My wife is s ck and I have no
nionev. .iiy ian norti na inreawner. io
J , . i
turn me out of my rooms on Monday
iiness I pay him his rent.
-I as.kcd h.m how much he owed for
nionev. .My lan llord ha threatens io
rcnu .,. , ,, , , . . . T .
" I-ifteen dollars.' he said John
lieiti nas just, icnt me live uouaos auu
I want ten more.'
" I pulled out ten dollars and gave it
to h m. telling him that he need not
trouble himself about paving it until he
felt like it. He took the money w.th
tenrs in h:s eye-, and said something in
a broken tone of vo'ce. and I left him.
"After gathering notes in Wall street
I wan return-tig. when the same man
caught me by the arm in front of Nah
& Crook's and inM-tcd upon my taking
a drink with him. He was already .
more than half full Hclie. ing the l--t '
way to get rid of him was to go to th.
bar. 1 accepted hi inv tat on. I -aw
that I hal be-n old and felt soircwbtl
nr-ltied. I took a forty-cent drink, and
as he picked np his check I could not
re-tra n nn-elf from asking him
W'h'-re did you get your money? "
"Ho smiled and "replied- '."-truck a
sucker about an honr aro for ten dol
lar-.' "A. JournahU.
San Francisco i situated at th
north end of a peninsula, thirty nu c.
loag ami six nries y:de. which pa-
! rate- sun r rancsco Pay from lh I'r.
I citic Ocan. The c.lv statis .n ib
' I.te. aol a :h '-aeof high h'
Forty years ago the ea can c nea U
the f" ot of th h-.lU an-i ship- rob at
anchor in the liy. w hK h L now til'c 1
up and covered with .oi'y bciM ag.
There is but one road "cading from th
city over the bluffs to the main lanL
The city covers abont twenty fjare
miles. Chirajo Herald.
Faith eures are recognizM bv tb
; Lontinn I.nn tt, which s there i nc
i qnest.on mat the arewroogh- There
. i no miracte in fa'th hal n. but .
would be a mlrac-e if fath heal ng d d
' not occur under favorable con-.ht.on-.
1he mistake that has ben made i ia
j proclalruin'r fa.th cures aa a
vvv ' --
, ...I ... piaui iiiai a uritiK oi coo w.i;.t nm 1r..ul.r .!.... Ki. I.I I'.ru.n ILi inl
to.- oin'M tin -i ' and let lii'T eotiie out .. . i n or.tKi rnn, i .ro. ii'ji
nit open in t.t ami n i mr tout w ij fl th h th a,lantagt T-ir Pk-l.toti llari,. llunvll
ami crawl up.. n the t p. when she would , . r....,. .... i... .i, n ,..?i ' i,u,n: ,:-" iuwi-ji.
say "Aha. Mis., pillv:" and laugh ,:'t .lt w " 0 uo . """ Jame. A.dnh. Laihr ,.. St.l.tii.
loud and lo One day when h l"' Wi1 n; i any eiiM. m- i.,aU. v abl. I ra-f.,rd. rr,Ht. i.lW-r.
louu ami io.. . uu iit. whim in . tj t ( th;s abused organ- u.,rlJ i ,rV,n Mark ln.un. i(hI.
w:u enioni" her froedoin on the top ot , , , , , , . iiarn-, t ar.r.on. iar. i w mn, ii'
lit c-i "" I iTu mv heu 1-11 on my - ;--- of remark that those w he ,nnll nil iturrottj.h.. ,t M ,d. k.i
nnaiVma ie v m 1 seek rebef in eat ng adnit that there- KllM.d all thvir k,,..-o.lgc aWd eultum
i. A " , A- ,uuu- bef s but for a. short tune, n-torning f,...!., ,, -..m.. .,, w-n. v r frx-
Pollygave me ju,t a look, then came h ,eo,nforL The onlj "ld uf lU ""' V- '' r'
ntuckh down and lumped in mv lap ... r .. , ..,.. ",lC
AN ABSURD NOTION.
-Gnawing t tho nt or th tomeIti-
Among the :gn rint in n h m.tttcrs
here a x.ou n -not worthy of tho
term idea -that when tii.-:vta "gnaw-
lv suppoabIc that ny one out-de of
heathendom -cn rellv behcTe uch
v .. i u-. ...,.. -.si. .
m.Tiini nni (mi. uixl. lil kiivk -wir
apologize for their seasualwrn in thL
'Hie uppoed "gnawing" U dimply
an irrta!ir. m the?l'in.ich. cau,! by
the indige-d on of the f-Hl. r by pico
and other irritants, th s symptom nt
having the rernVt conn.i.on with
hunger. In-Ua I d interpreting it a
demand for mre fvl. an iade.uon o!
tnio hunger. It should b regarded ai
a warning ngaint taking any more
IWI, a.1 V Ul'liiv l J uiia.-m - .
the stomach, one demanding abl.nenc
fool, an et dence of a die.ied ttte o!
aud rst It i-i a call for help, a re
monstrance aga nst such cruel treat
ment, such constant toil of the stom
ach, the signal of distress. w'eaka,
an inabi'tty to dtHse of its ctmteuts
It l highly absurd and cruel. th re fore.
to take more food. enibly add.ng to
the suffering' of the p-r stomach, fa:
more har-hly lreatel than lhe aeragt
W'e are told, however, that food at-
bfies that gnawing, which, if true.
may be ep!a ned on the -iipos tion
that the Jeer sjit.t-v oi tho st'tntili
al!ai4l. s.nip y by t e coding e""ecl ol
the food, or that thw supply pro Iucy
such a contU'.ou that the reuion-stranc-s
are 'pielled for th' time, to r
appear in a short time, with redoub'od
force Uu the lirsi .-upp ilion. it n
plain that a drink of co d water would
is to allow the r. jade I stomach ti
rest. when, in due time, it wdl Im abk
to resume iL dut.u.. It neetls re.si a
certaml as the mucles and brain, yet
it secure but a ery bttle. trom winch
fact an alarming amount of thjHpi.a
prevails in this country, part ctihtrh
It is po-s bio to divert tin stomach
irntat'on, by "counter .rrit.ition,' ai
by a mustard appl t at.n t the outi
surface, over the region d the touiach,
or by applying -imply a cold wet cloth,
thus icducing the local heat ami in
llammation Hut prevention I lh ttet
and cheaper than cure. The ado t on ol
a simple and wholesome diet, jroperl
chewed, taken in moderate .piantitie.
and only at proper tunes, with nc
lum lies will remote all "guaw.ug."
Rom Description of tli I'roril of Irln
rratluu A Sr 'irk 'r.iiit.r'.
Meeting the Hev. J. I). Hetiglo--,
lr0ndenl of the I'mted Sial.- rema
tion ' ou.pany, tho other day, I asked
him what progress that concern wa
' W; have met with consiilerable tie
lay on account of the falling of the un
finished walls of our crematorium dur
ing a violent storm last winter." he
said, "but we are going on. Om
build ng i- near theMoint Olitet C'eine
tert. in the outk rt of Hrookhn.
When hn.shed. :t will In: a handonie
two "' irb!.- structure The fr,,it
part will contain tho oilier, etc. A
. ... . .
funeral partv will pais through to a
, , j, ; , ., , thc n.;ir wlil.r,.
the colli n will be placed in a catafalque.
ami funeral services will be held.
While the company are in the chap 1
ami the sej v ees going on. the oilhn
will 1' no selesslv and out of i.irht low-
ered through the tloor into
incut and incinerated "
What is the process of
,. . .,
i " lhe uody i wrapped in a lim-n
cloth coated With alum, laid on a lah
of so.'pstonc. ami hoved into a retort
of hrc-clay. No tire comes in contart
with the liody at all. The retort Ii
heated to about three thou-aml lgreei
and reduces the bo'Iy u ashes without
Hame or burning."
"How long does it take'"
"About t-iirtv minutes to ever- hun
dred pound weight of the corjwe An
( average man of one hundred and hfty
i poiiu-is is reduced to ahs in alJout
three jiiart-rs of au hour.
"Wha. liecotue-t of the linen cloth3''
"O. it goes to ahe. too. and ni n
gles with those of the corpe ittit il
dts not make more t'-an a icaxpoonful
of aihe. ami in not worth tiiking into
account rhe bolv makei about three
aistn awii ""-
1. H.1I . Iltltliail 4s mtt , .- xv tc
pounds of ashes to every one bun IredLt. ..a njct yooilr rimm" Chi-
,.. r .......i.. -n,.. ..i. . .. ..Jl
tounos oi weight. J lie .vnei ar a VHwy
' m color. ,lr. nn1 ,,Kht. W B)-ffl
f ,,- th- I-Iv could 1h, wmfd
Jn , , wh h f c
reduced to ashr .. thus keep the :
Mhw of thfj (i , alMl..
, .,.,.. M . trlmmf XJm-tho. rr-l '
of such a f uner. 1 wof 1 be.Rle nald it i
would be levi thanM tlf, perhap only
one third, the cow ( mm ordinary
funeral. Of courOtk tke ctwt would
varr wnth the aniofll exaendctl on the
uru in wh ch the x4L4 wVra depm.teJL.
Some people wouS -f .at tba utuk ,
precoji, maul- Vl with jaa.
ut the ma only -S-l probably Vtdcci
a plain bron- JxaJM Wa who' wS-bi .
would take th, uriffaaa with Uaana. !
to keep in their hotMl-a But tha ga
eral Aile woiM 1 have tshenf.r-
rang-I in niche- c-f thaWea aim-
the wall, of inortlrS chapels. Each
woubl b-ar an et .Imii oJ coarc. -V.
i fJor. I-uU VT,i?Mtiildu
Not a xul.tr.
, tr i , .
Hr-t doctor -IASJ-J. A knaw I mU -
inning to 'U-r- I Buber.
e-ms to b-
trl he r.
? rtAialT- bnt 1
I Lit.jW My It, but 1 u-
mi . . ,- l ... .
fc t, prrcth oner.
Second d' c,
t hf-rifr mul
rlr-t l" r In
X '' certain ol '
rhat do Too
i- .. . Kj3 k
YiTsHl'Kioz" ttB 'fact, jur. zacU.
All hu pat.ent r
vtT. t'k i!,idLpkia
T i V
to the public !-
tors on :1k- a
does a tlv 3v?
WbU: the wing '..
? -f tAi .
row. it make up
tion. Tbe fwngs
: ia lateral roo-
forth in oca plan;
a tignry eight. Ti
uinsrs oi a fr Ti
brai three Lundnj
Tna lain uaaet a
j show V Bcac-
5cocd. which re
lactowtr. .V. i"
Cotint Tol'toi. the clfbratd Hn
. nor,.., fa Earning the ho-
maker trad. " Krcry reiv-oniibbt
man."' he ays. "should b'.rn man
The trv i circMl.NI conc-mlng:
Maor Ir. of P.rookhn. U.at hi w
lesjr4tely n ! nth hi wif. (at
.de of ollice bour-t he b generally t
-Klia Whaler WMcn. the ptw ?,
rHVa nc.rly H hr tm- : or m
her :dy. which i a -.nog littb' nc-
mm nti th top tory oi ncr uuwuw i
hn.l...m) houi ta Mcriden. lAna.
Ihirtter I Vf.
U.on i alont tn tnak hr Hrt
profevional t-ur in her nuris stMolen
mce -ihc became a grral ingrr- iJvi
wa born in a woo-'chopper' hut, ia
the font of W'otki. fort r-tww yar ago-
S. Y. si.
Mr A T. M.--rt ha a tnt.' of
right n-oms a: the (irand 1'nHia llotrl.
araloga. At d ntiT lh tabic l l-
- . - ill,
J-nia room in aii!icipalKn of jhuu
wa et lor o.gruin in un i
coniiiaiii -- r iim
Horano i-.ur. at iWrtbdd. N.
Y . sit In a cha.r that be'iwjred -
Daniel WVbiter. bn.k out id m window
which w.s tnc' in l-aeuU Hall, ami
warm hu fft at t. hrv iIae of ult-
taken from tho hoit- id John Jar. at
Albany .'! litrn 1
Phe M Wad-, of Japan . lv,to-wiJ
the nbbon of the thml cla. a l. W.
Mcen. wm for nnm wars a l"irl
S-rutarv of the I nittnl tatM I ir ata
m Japan, and after w ml wa rrrtary
if the J.ipam-Mf Irt.ta at W h ng-
ton. Order higher than tW fonrtfi
da are M'idotu Cvnlorrl on for-
eigmr t'AtCrtyM l'tr f !
Il i an ialeri-iting fact Ual tiKany
American tnen of l"itr r unt idlnjj
gradual-. Walt Wkitmin. W hlpK'.
Tint late Ir Iremeu Prumt. tht
tencralde editr d lhe Nw York .
'crtr, uhobil recently rt th ag !
s't-nty-lhre. ua.s the rr.tileil or
acle of I 'ivf yteriAtuatii In the I'ntUst
huit.i-. A man of lwbnt. oni'blu.ii ami
ptety, he. w-v.1 a jntwer both ai a m riUT
and a speaker, and r ma n- t in tb
tiarn-s.s ' with wonderful periUMic.
The r.digMms world )om .iu- of it 1h1
and hardest workers b bti dath.
CKxruio J our ii h.
A group of live. rerv-niWng
many eneraliojii. wrrn- rwentli ph.
Uigraphisl Iiv an Iml.iuapobn jhoto
gr.iplwr n' meit.U.ri of it wero
Jiiin.-s Hubbart. ot W a-h iigton Town
ship, om hundrt visar "1.1 lat March;
Mrs i-.haheth ItH-liard-. hi dauj-liUT.
aged seMMitv-thn-e a ).'rnddaii"hlar.
Ul7n McHwif, tiged hit) her moi
Thotna-. aged twont) -ig.t. and HU
daughliT. Olhe Mel lHr. agint thten.
("nil tht Ihi matched elsew ler hi Uiu
UinUnl Mali.? ( Ai utjv Tribute,
St I-ouii huilmud iirtv.ir Ihh their
wive" eari. It vouM take tK much
lumlx'r The author of the bit . -going
resides m t hicago I'hs IfitohU.
- Kate id tuj 1'iiir- iiirtid
Tlw ilnlri mni'l sj,iv,4) in A.'l It.. tfHl,
Atwt. l-'Ut.l.rf. . -H.s.. I l titalti-r
I wl,ti. J i ill l.rulK, mi w.i j1 turn ! mltfe;"
.tnl tl. animal turn. -J to -tiU Ur
- "Oh wivi it I. or urn It j tu r" asl
tie- gold.-n ha.r.l jwiet. Nora Prn. II
Nora will refrain from link ng a uui.
perhnpH lictwi-tMi ui we can slaiv Il ot
to th" proof reader. n.i' Ktm.
PitsiengiT "Capta n, how far ar
we from Und'" 'ftpiiii "AlKMit lw
miles " Pa-eiig.'r "Hit 1 onn t -i
il. in wliat direct on U it' ( apUwti
"Mraight down. ir " - II irjrr' a
jir. - A nevr rompauv i Immiik tnrtl in
Histon. entilbnl 1'hi. Auircati ban
j Towel Company " 'I h pnnUiig otflno
towel neilt not the aid of a company.
Il can stand afone H ittsrbvry .tmi-n-
A wrrtr luii'tU tht titib-ti h boy
hai oiiic natural ah btv r.thiL
make him Miiart- htich an miction I
au uncalled for aspr on 'voti Un
j.ow-r,s ul the mils ardJo-MUK al
irunk ,trap I 'wrll CwHxn.
- Smc tounb ItiMfco Alp xki
Mitne ihrjihenls whstu thv ml ear
hut "(. au we aloPp in thw hut oxer
ntglit?" " trtjlt)y." wM thrt rwply.
"Cut you miMtTJo it by dy-tix. I
we sbep ia it. xiflv at igl.t"
llkianb who- Siijruajr b (iowary
calha U wife "dNy" during Uiir
ugaarUMSt, during the hmmvjtmxxt.
he .rolled farr "a t'mk." al
a tIBK. ! uw
mbtu shm meets bin with aardlinjc inn.
. . .
, -ff..wo o'clock a Ur niorwlntr: h can
rts f'ri,' r
. rJi r
,-V?1 TV v
tkaR rlrl mi
rookira lady, who ho6aad' Umpar
ia Ilka naidsaruroer wcaUnrrfcol raoogS
to light go with. "I cWt say Uat I
io.' mbn rtpKad. a ar aj snajip!
"I e too rsraca af tirv lasaily Jan
kota.M .V. r.JourmJ.
Ia a elerrrtraaa'R Ima not a trhow-
M. aZT-. rst.r -. .1.
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w ufPn!l3lZ?i3Z!? w
T JIJJ,I )u1rVm .'Llw
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tfj? f - - T'
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JW1 t "ilTZ JI
lb. ' SZ.T tJ
- JJ6 J' TZ
W- Urp Mm.
A skort tiw ago a g.ailuasan W--ak
W Hula Maaii ranroart wrm-
The !itt frfiaw kk-4 oat a la la-
Jow. when the father Iiaj t tfce hl
ofT the ioj IWait Tke Xr watm-icb
1 r kJ, sappowl I, ha paa
' cono'el aim by aiyfasr aa oa't
n.hlsU k back." A lUt!- IUr b-
whitlwl and the hat mapper-. ot.
Jong aftar th little lad fang tfw bx
rJ tan awtniln-ar Kllitl5? MaO.
oar.x. wuutie it tvic a a nr
. - WWT m
of laabV-r errti t- aafaa&ce the eo
la'imm af pap. &rjntn Truth.
Thoe Happy DaV
"Drmljoa n'!f kic?
"Ca'tar taat I evrr awjoaa
TV'! ma rmaaber lit:!a 5aBr
? EbT7. bo md to !! rwf psfaci
mr w - -'
" t?rJir- ! '
. oow ttt wall, aow jv
oa a! to te'
- il t,Hf
taasod yoar BttJe bi4 far year
Yowbet joa454. Ak Hunt ?fT
data wOl mxrmc come ajrJa.". crrs
1 PERSONAL AND
TJlT- kiJlcmu&i J JX joa w ReW
P L . Jk J..' ajsaa mtmmm
ott Uw feaca oae r. aa ao-ay
ing at nr
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