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Translated from the French hy Anne M
"It tliis rust had boon on tho
surface, it would havo rubbed olT
onsily; but it lind eaten into tho
iron, nnd for rasiing, it voald
have tnken nt least a dny of work!
"'Enfin!' snid Montiot with n
sigh of roliof, 'hero io my part of
tho work achieved. Tomorrow I
will go to Douni, sell that hulf
picco of linen that I havo woven
during tho v inter. 1 will bring a
good nioreoau of fat beef, vory fat,
thnt t'mu wilt boil with a lino
cabbage, anil good carrots, for our
regaling tho day of tho duehess.
It i good to tijoico from tinio to
tiiii". Tho fetes como not so often
as tho workiug days, unhappily.'
'"Very well!' said Mnriuino
Mcutiot. 'But. 1 think tho put is
tkoro all coveted with rust?'
'"Ah! that will not bo me! I
havo so much pain in my back
that I cannot more bond down!"
"And mo in my wrists fmni
having rubbed and starched all
this linen. '1 his will not be mo
"The dispute increased in venom,
Miirrninc Mentiot talking faster
nnd loinler. Suddenly, Mentiot
stopp'd nljoit. throw oil' his gar
don habit ntiil reaching quickly
liis hat of high fashion which ho
had not worn moio than four
tin-- -in..- his m.iriiago, and
placd it upon his head, pulling it
down io the eyes. Then, placing
hini-elt' in fiont of his wife, tho
lists npun the hips:
" 'See!' said ho, 'who is this that
is master here?'
" "H' legarded his wife with so
grand an air of superiority that
Aliivrnine Montiot was for a mo
ment disconcerted; and remained
there immovable, all confused
and troubled, without finding a
wold. It was tiio fast timo sho
had -pen him like this ! But this
effect did not last vory long. Tho
-l'h i- will not be mo that shall
clean tin- pot,' caied Murrain?
Montiot. It i not tho work for a
"This -will not bo nio no more !
Is it that one has over seen tho
homines scouring tho pots !'
"Nevertheless, ho mado sure
that tho pot should bo cleaned.
Otherwise, not of tino piec'o of
boot, not ol pease, not of tieat.
" 'Eh bion ! said Montiot for
ending, 'wilt thou make an agree
" 'Which V aid shis wife.s
" 'If thou wilt,' replied Montiot,
'the first of us two which speak
tomorrow on awakening will
scour tho pot!
" 'Willinelv,' said Marraino
Montiot. 'One pietonds that tho
women havo the longer tongue;
thou wilt see tomorrow.
"In piepnring for the trial,
Montiot and Marraino Montiot
did tho rest of their work without
moving their lips. Tho night
came. Montiot fastened tho
shutters and tho door and went to
bed in tho little room which was
lighted by n dormer - window.
Marraino Montiot also lay
down. Tho night passed.
Tho morning nrrived. Montiot
lomained sunk in tho clothing
evon to tho ears, and said not a
word. Marraino Mentiot did tho
"From time to time, Mentiot
opened half-way an eye for sooing
il his wife still slept, and shut
vory quickly. Marraino Montiot
did tho same; but neither the ono
nor tire other budg-d nor snid a
word. Ton o'clock struck; doors
and shutters, remained fastened.
Tho neighbors were astonished.
Why does Montiot and Marraino
Montiot remain imprisoned so
in thoir house? They must bo ill!
At noon the neighbors became
moro and more alarmed. Louis
Potrus decided finally to knock at
tho shuttors, then at the door; pan !
pan ! pan ! No response.
"Then he brought a chair,mount
ed upon it, and looked into the
little loom, through the lucarno.
At first he could seo nothing.Thon
his oj es becoming used to tho obs
curity, ho ended by seoing very
clearly Montiot nnd Manaine
lying fin thoir bed, sunk in tho
bedclothes to tho ears.
" 'Diou! that they are pale!' cried
ho in descending from the chair.
'Without doubt they are dond.
They must havo eaten of bad
mushrooms. It must bo so, for
Murraino Mentiot wont the other
day to seek them in tho Biles.
Wo havo them
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