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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 20, 189G.
The plrl I lovwl vni mnrrlixl ypatenlny.
I roaci no more, my yen nro Murrril w lth tcnrn,
Ono lino of print cnn bring bnck all tlio yoars
I doomed nil dead and mako December May;
For wo were young and dreams woro passing
And earth Roomed all to smile with tenderness
Upon our lovo, and we wnro happy yea,
A thonsahd wnya to 09 Ufa aeomed comploto.
This love I learned to look upon as dead,
And yut tonight I feel n dull, Ktrnngo piiln,
An achu hero In tho throat I cannot swnyj
I sea again that quaint trick of hor head,
Tho swelling of hor throat but dreams nro
tho clrl I loved vai marrtod yesterday.
John Northern Ullllard In Chicago Ilocord.
WAITING FOR A FARM
Jim Randall and Stovo Hall Bat in
tho village) inn of tho latter ono evening
after it was closed to outsiders, muokiug
their pipe of pcaco and friendship, as
wns their wont.
It was a plain country inn, whero
you could buy almost anything, but it
also showed signs of modern improve
ment', sineo tho increaso of population
and tho times demanded it.
Stovo Hall hud inherited it from his
father, nnd, having como into possession
n year before, married tho girl ho loved
and fccttlcd down, which happy courso
of action he was constantly urging upon
his old friend, .Tim Knndall.
"If you lovo L'm well enough to havo
her, why don't you mnrry at onco, in
stead of spending your best years in
courting ami waiting?" asked Stovo of
"Oh, I can't afford itl" answered
Jim, stooping to knock tho nhes from
his pipo. "Em's u goal girl and has
promised to liavo mo; but I told her
she, or rather wo, must wait until I
could sco my way clear to support a
"What did sho say to that?" Inquired
Stcvo, with a curious expression on his
"Sho s.iid of course wo couldn't ex
pect to marry at onco you see, that
was fivo years ago and sho was will
ing to wait, but didn't want mo to
think sho cared for money. To bo with
mo joor would be happiness enough for
her, and so en. Yon know how girls nl
ways talk under theso circumstances. "
"Yes, and I know Emma Willis al
ways moans what sho says. Jim, if yon
had married her four years ago, you
would have been a lieh man now. "
"A rich man! How?"
"Well, to tc ll tho truth, I s"0 a good
mauy signs of neglect about your farm
which I know would nover exist whero
Emma Willis lived."
Jim colored at this intimation of his
indolence, and answered stiffly:
"Well, when it's all my own, I'll
tako moro pains with tho old place, and
marry Em in tho bargain."
"Don't wait for that, old boy. Do
both right away, and, my word for it,
you'll never bo sorry."
Theso words rang in Jim Randall's
cars as ho walked back in tho starlight
to tho only homo ho had known sinco ho
was n boy.
Hero ho had lived with his grandfa
ther and the old housekeeper ever sinco
first going to school, then assisting in
tho caro of tho farm until tho wholo
chargo gradually fell upon him. But ho
never took much interest in it it was
too much like working for nothing.
"Wait until it is my own," ho would
say to himself j "then you'll seo some
thing wotth looking at. " For Jim was
his grandfather's expected lioir, and
somoday, not far off perhaps, theso acres
would bo in his pet-session. Then lio
would bring his wifo hero and fix up tho
old placo und show folks what ho could
da But now ho might as well tako tho
world easy und not work himself to
death U,r his board and clothes.
Thus ho had always reasoned, until
tonight ho began to wonder whether ho
hadn't clono wrong.
"Wife," said Stovo Hall that night,
"I do belicvo Jim will livo on and on
in tho old placo nntil tho old man dies,
bufoiu ho will better himself. lie has
fallen in this careless, indolent way of
letting things go, until it wouldn't sur
priso mo to hear that Em hersolf hlipprd
away from him. "
"It is a shame," lejoined Mrs. Hall
warmly, '"to let such a sweet, pretty
girl as Emnia Willis wasto tho best
years of her lifo wniting for such a man.
I declaro I'd marry somebody elso just
"No, you wouldn't, my dear. Bin it
is too tnio that Jim doesn't seem to
know what ho's waiting for. I can't seo
that his proptieetn improvo at nil. "
"They may before long, for old Mr.
Randall has seemed unusually fecblo
Kvi u as ho spoke, Jim Randall was
trying to iouso tho old man from sleep
in tho blgchair, whero ho was surprind
to find liis gr.iiKifnthcrnt thfs Into hour.
But in vain. No eaitlily poer could
arouse tho old farmer from tho sleep
that hnd como upon him alouo and nn
especially. So tho news later bpre.td
throughout tho town, and a few days
later they laid him besido tho compan
ion of Jiis youth, who had gono years
Then Jim Randall felt deolato
enough, and h's only comfort was in
tho thought that tho farm was now his,
and ho could do as ho pleased.
Tho relatives assembled after tho fu
neral to hear tho will read, which
seemed a mero matter of form to most
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Sax Jacinto, Cal.
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September and after using that I felt well.
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