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RED CLOUQEBBASKA. WEDNESDAY, APB1L 14, IS75.
ATTDKXfcy AT LAW,
Jvjtast TZiiiz axi aAi zsriis
V? SMpftimieMdU qf I'mUic 7n- I
STEVENS &. DOV,
Bioemfngten, - - Nebraska.
'biv Uo-e, Ck-Rfl Ii?d. ani every
t1r that's Lvveiy.
2TV tare !ev this Hij?e dasJy fur,
THE ONLY PAPER IN
?- A COLD SNAP.
Aunt Liiklarj.j utI asy ost in the
wuctry ia tbo?e day in the back
Ool, Neil ajd I csUeJ it, though.
'Well, poaetime the kin? i core
foolNhaa the jester, yoa rccetstcr,"
'So," ?rl Tiiiy. sftenrani. "he
thiafcs that he hi only ?ut toajl iht
tobe?cre,our on r.h..-s wi5Qc w inie, ewi yon sir, iej, tnask
tae for her own adranuge I oie it
eay for her. 1 like ooe hrtnc
eye &ni eeinj coL Kben cerer hint
ed lore after thai, hoercr. He vis
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-w, . . - -.-- - --. - J.S
tJ Tsm, tf
ithrosrh tK trci like a tfef? l'
jeU, ad loajJi cntcUftjr; &im4i
dea the bo! of 4o!f.ieay fw
I fceatt JAud MjU for aa ialit. Xn
I tarajrdiMJ kMjr trSnt: a MHtai
i the ? liie T V!U l ttw tt ...
j IMific. tJicre ? o or bat tMf ?'
pit ;5it ceskcJ 3sts? altogether bc J rva&J, wuJj pn, t.3v:fe Jy nrrff.
fore e had ?otia ro tni fr2J U for carptrtbg. it tls2t T -iijt
1,-wkUnJ, aad whon vc ierc Sftren 1 he3 lo, acd i; ha a vtl roft
....... . . . .. vw
aus n car jaurney ola. Ijbtntrx j two, witu cn fceticf. iw tke Ji
I i n E i
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-i. i;lgr iraflqa'Jsrwiiai)
Te th tra'AjUms Pubhc we woald
"GiVE U3 A CAI.U"
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RKkL KdTATK ACKST5.
iry IYVJ prncikt m hU Ae Omru o
CornnerlitStrsitJ a Hutinj1 Ae.i i
frrfi t,n Lr.-I At &il ttm ifci fcc: UnBr;.
ranislrtiLi. avrii.!.Tinv titt thr? wert t 0J-
rcemr odd Hes Uteeo the two.' "He'll 53 out his mLski," tos-
Wnt thon we on th- r?rer h-.nl: -. ln?7 acad, "if he erenioe aik
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nnd a steaursr ran between it
Co-ton occe a week, snd re Lad a
. i 3 izfTTri vnvir.f nn ..A
aid ' t -- ' " """; 'iiwr
whe I ve been a: boa dine school, j
and tcra ithr th
alway fcind and olligias. When F lo ' w ! exjvectd U) rrxrh
weat hoae ka often timed m to te t rirtaff Dy tve ia tbe aJternoon at
next town, erer o tuany nj
wbt're I njet the ta-a f r Waterrdce. w5 " -iwa ai pot
asd we had the Ion? lonely rojd to aa Klvi tiid u hire another horc.
oar.-eltres, I proalr ysc , bst Le neTer , '' 'be na-l i nnirh, ni pteatly
once ?ai Joe. or pressed tar band lhtnc;; woM belnic; but the
a hole jo one rod of the rvf HT fti
ake to txvi thrtt,rh. Hutlt
Ue away, ' t;1. ol at Joo stopped at a j they bcifel a reeH riascey of ftf
bat th 4Ht wa vtUKtat tht eoir?i
nce, and lhr? -were knot bolt ia ti
bnttfr aA tbc dear had iw iUHmif
inc. atd otnrtwsieii ti ?wrl M k
e I.inn an) n.il '.... . i .- . r t I j -. . r t. I -. !- A.,A . ... ..- Jf.. Jt
mauuy j. is ucjscruu a fujuoiur j jr - - - uajsr ia- ocaaJO-roej', ii young fuen I -- uu unca a span into rana; i -"s vi . - j.v i & &impm ,
lecture eotxre. and an ocoa-ional cos j k ' Merry. if you should .vce the J Xre been told, er rt'ned to that i aiorotne. and wouldn't rrt.im tU WV. fro-: bl at4, wi
cert, aod -Icigbln ;wrtt3, xad a ! ,??s at W HMfce. in their kid . afternxwj hi the miple crove, ehtch ! 'fa race day. o wejoc?e on v-aiiu j now and lhsu the jtSat rtf far
ttibT.e aa:ons our-eke-s. wbib outs2 , Aroaileiw!:, you wouldn't wa bvilly erer cut cf my ujind. h ? ESen, however, knew oC a place h! SSi br of a cJal, J tkc
rt Lackiried rvx.nle Jtvc-I so far invt .w0Sr tcat X wa-"a't reaJJr to fa!1 ': wa about two rr LtPr whr, r ,,. I off the hvh-road wber bt fir-lrrcs itsod IKI dak!r abd taltlk
1 rf - - . -- . - a ----
1 in? all
1 ... fr;r-i i -- .
thatitTTiSa day's work to make s Sg,n Anowrs, UMy.
Ij; "And wht are they like at Water-
Aunt LMkUad wa, a widow wirb ' ? a'teJ Aunt 'i.
nd children, anl we Lad often urged ! " !'cro3 ,n a nif" aid I,
. . I r.i?-fI'r- ...,,, -lift... ! .
her to i-m tn Wk-w, 70 -s.i rr ' J - i . .. oca .in
wit u. but ?he Ld sttsi'itc refnt.
my annual visit at Lackland at Thanks-1 tHftturhi be d l able tu yet our borc
sijwt of sh,'t.
eeuied a!aio: duk, and when I jrot
J W M W.
RED CLOUD MILLS.
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and thou.cnt be should 'at lire out
I half her dsy? if he w.re to forsake
t ifce faajiliar Soldi whsre bersood man
j bid jAiwed an 1 rcsicl. She ba;i an
! niA wrint r-..i liii? !ir..3 rrTtK .
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.-inee lur uur.iaco ;
suttsin of hv-r buA-and-
had eooie to tnaruc
' "4 m ttH tr iii act xiae a
ru f t Ifefric (Venc f Ut Trt
r. R- vu,lox.
J. S. GILU.W.
Conr-tsriflj on Land.
A:iJ UKiDGS lLANK.
AM add Ctipfr GtiJt.
Ceii c:: J exaihrae Insber and price.
"-No, I reckon thej-'re not; beroe?
j of fi-Idle-iticki and con.-2nie?"'
"Heroes of yard-sticks, I guas,"
And, sure enough, Eben'did find
giving tlce. There were only three
of u? to sit down to dinner together,
and Aunt LickUnd said, into be jJrish arain the cold cut me
'0f -li tbins, oce feem to cecd a 1 16 kctfe.. You know bow -bort
bod, but by the tirae it wa dons it I I nxtoA to hs . Oiat Kb wx $-
way tini! aloct, trtbrie
lar family at the holiiaja. How i
wL.h I bad ten children, all couitnjj
house witE their husbanJs and bsbiesl
1 do wish Eben wouli cet married and
bn"jg a wife here I"
4I can't Gad any one to marry tie,"
- kind of I Ut hut w"e. uot,.on- aft ; though ;a:d Kben, a. WJ! w a Jasuao- morn
... I vim mi"lif m :. ...:.. : .1. 1 i.
J-,beu Audrew ! ' " ' u"" ,u lue oa- ia?.
th-5 farm for j raD- .0ne d.ay in March he cd m- "l'L I that likely. The git! would
A"ITOUSi:VS AT LAW,
V. t !vctte ia H liur LWrt f the
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f'-'FOE 1' POST OF1-NCT
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Is a Weekly Newspaper, published at
Ed Cloud, Webster County, Ne
braska, and is devoted ixt the Inter
ests of Webster County, and
c e m
Miss U. A. Iviii.scll,
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Ctw i ni iie... 'bat ;k t- Drt.-
jireJiv liicvjtc .ruri for
sell Western Sfwarities
1 . .:. SiCiEIO.V, J. A. TUIXEV.-
I?:3ardsdi! &. Taiieys,
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FLASH SEWiKG of all Kinds.
Ok hz.d &sd fr lc a See isrtet of r
Special on will be given t
all Home & cal mattera. Everj"
thing oV locil' or general interest
transpiring ia thus and adjoining
at tie earliest possible dste.
ber at uncle's death, who was civcut
or of the will, residuary lei-atee, and
goodnes know- wSat not, aid by
ttboui she set the world. It n-eti to
be, "Ebec thinks so," and "Eben
dven't like thL-," till I got worn tn
.-hoea-stritit:!? tkc first tiuie I went to
ec her, for, you see, mother, idiying
Iter forlora cooditi;?-, living so oat of
the world, aud uo b'ood relation with
in in call, used to sen 1 Nell and me to
make alternate visits there to make
sure she wasn't imposed upon by her
"Who cares what Eben thinks and
likes?" said 1, f.r, I suppose, I was a
little jous that she should rerard
the opinions of this raw farmer as of
greater importance than mine.
"I dare say you'll care tnore'n you'll
like to own before you're much older,"
said she. laughing, "and you won't be
the Gr t girl, neither."
"I'll go right home if you talk so,"
I cred. "I don't think I shall luse
uiy yonng affection to Eben Andrcw.
in a harry. Any body'd think I had
t never seen a youiu; man bciere."
4 l"ou never did see one like Eben,"
of her flesh. "Vou'd never hare to
ask her but once!"
"That depeuds npoa the girl," aid
I, not thinking what I was baying.
"I never should aok her but onse,"
"How unfeeling ! ' said I, aj cajy
ai a cushion, though heaven kuowjj, 1
had a great lamp in my throat, and 1
should have eried if I fcadn'l ;ad
0 . U0T7U lsr- ,fee EiPk grow to be a fw! who'd refuse vou. it 1 do r
seethe sap run, and to take a drink of ft." t tbloE ihc sometime forgot
it. We went alon;: by a shortcut over f that he was bone of her bone tnd Scab
me news, wr.ere the n.iv r-t lm..r.
-- j - (UbVilbU
hi fc drifts. The afternoon wa, clar
as crystal, and when we got into the
woods the sun illuminated it, shining
j upon the n:.ked trees, and creeLim:?
through the tangled boughs, till it
seemed like a great dihedral at even
ing service, I thought. There wa- a
delicious bush there ttw, ind once in a
while an early bird trilled a hesiutiug
roundelay, and another responded
from some hidden branch ; and the
crows went languidly cawing overhead,
and .ometims a rabbit scampered by,
-..a iw, iuito uj me men wuo were
busy over the gypsy fire boiling do wr
the sap made long reverberations, me-lodi.-.tu
is the wind sweeping across aa
Ejlian harp. We drank the sao.
cool and sweet, 2s it dripped from thi
wounds in the maple trees, and stirred
the boiling pot under the cross-sticks,
and the afternoon faded, and the sun
set blushed and looked into the wood.
and the workmen dropped away one
bj one, leaving Ebea and me to follow
&ciethicg disagreeable instead.
Though we bad a surprise party tilll was all of a glow. Well,
that n:ght, and all the neighbors lar back- opon the hichway,
the Ocectnber afternoon are. and it
mist hare been growing wider and
col jr every minute, only c bsdn't
thought ab'ut it. IVoj.ie in th bock-
wood." set used to it, only tbN was
KMiethio' I hadn't bargained for,
ind jut a I wa wlsh'tig mysoly back
in Aunt Lickland's snuggery, Eben
rained up, and said be rnut havs
takcu the wrong turn. I: vv pirch
dark by this time : we couldi't have
Seen oar hor if he hadn't been black,
or if the ground hadn't been white
with scow, aud the cvid pinched me
at every rxr.
"Oh dear!" I tried, -"how much
trouble I've given you, Ebon 1" And
what do you think he angered ?
"Nothing is trouble that I do for
It wa.4 is good a a hot foap-stone.
if you'll pardon the carnparwon ; it
stirred the blooJ to my tingcr end.
and uear came in sleighs if you tived f thought, but it proved a mistake, and
within ten miles of Lackland you were " w turned to the right, and e turned
a neighbor and the house echoed to the left but Faring seemed to be
with fuu and frolic, and we played for-' playing hidc-and-rcek with us.
feits, and danced in the big kitchen,
yet I felt heavy hearted in spite of
This beats every
Eben, "I thought
I knew every
iN4 --S-ll tiJI twitmftim.t' 'W-
s..JCL-Ui, - - - - NE3w
V '. e sn:yj .i all cUicr Ntm
' .ies win i?eeve jxwnp; atiMMton.
:-JVi.etii waj-tlf ! ttrra-
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.iL.ncE os i in: ikace,.
LAOIJCS HATS, ic f
M?53 S. A. iUNSELL,
RZD CLOm. - - XEIi.
During Ibe coming political cam
paign Tue CuiEF will support and
labor for the success of the Republican
b a .'
U row pre,arvd to do aH kinds of vrork
The interests of Immigration will be
looked after, and the publisher desires
the co operations of all who desire to my dear," sang oat Eben himself; and
sx-e Southwest Nebraska settled with
tsr ... . ..
j iuat sju-i tne way girls talk when
.-.. ic iu iuvc, iui u aimv oruce,
who had come down to do np tbe
sewing for Aunt Lackland, whose
eyes began to fail her.
Tildy wss something of a companion
for tue in that lonely idace, though I
bad no ;real fancy for hr. Sh lived
six miles away through tbe woods, and
Eben used to co for her, and carry her
home when her work was done.
"There's oar Esther," she went
on "what fun she used to make of
Tom Adam's red boad i bet, sate
alive, now she's married to him, every
particular hair is gold I"
"Very likely," I retorted, "it runs
in the family. I herd you say your
self that Ebon had the biggest hands
you ever saw. I suppose they'll shrink
as soon as he oners them to vou."
"ITe's got s heart to match 'em."
added Aunt Lackland, for I really
thought Tildy impudent enough to
joke about the size of my aunt's husb
and's cousin's handi "yes, and a
mouth to match the heart I"
"So much the better to kiss vou.
it CUT l.M-lr.- Ihlt da Kr,....l ..:u
. .. ,. uw ilUfeClCU SilU.
And I never vrant to see anoth- T. l.Qe stunng tbe fire,
tfwlrja6it 'HUJUAQti-Jaas lrx cl Wurnftd fir
tfiafrea was wittag. We too-i there
side-by sHe, looking into the smoul
dering embers, when I said again,
"Come, Eben Andrews, lord of loit
erers, I can't wait any longer."
"Nether can T," he nuurned, fac
ing me. 'I must know to-night, Letty
whether you love me or not!" I re
peated. -'Whatever gave you that
crazy notion ?"
"Because I have been crazy enough
to love jou, L?uy," he answered:
aud 1 bud heard that love begets lore.'
"Weil, we wdl let by-gones be by
gones." said I. 'Tin sure I never
cave yoa any encouragement. But
pray doa't speak of this to Auat Lick-land."
! myself. lean see Eben now, leading ' Inc of the road, and every road in
iu L-ginia Reel with Tilly Bruce : he ! :"e cxntry.'
was a famous dancer, but that was the
last tun., he ever tripped on the fan
tastic toe, thaaks to me 1
Aunt Lackland was getting feeble
that winter, and she begged me to
stay till sprine, for nosr that .Ucr
'Every tiling looks o differently
by daylight," L gaped, tay trcth
chattering ia my head.
"i'ou arc freezing to derth." id
he. "What a blockhead I am1" Bad
just then a shaft broke, and there vrc
"A man doesn't usually brag about
being jiltei," he answered. Now.
fhough I should like to have had my
aunt know I had refused her precious
eben, I was sore if she found it out
there would be au end of my visits to
Lickland; she would have never bare
ailowed Eben's? happiness to be placed
ia sueh jeopsrdy r and somehow.
j though I didn't care for Tildy Bruce.
and had refused Eben. and was by no
rjt-srtca Fraait.'fe Co2iy Ne&raska. 1
tatMrftts de n
r?- CtsJiat Bc sa!
" IRAN KLIN, NEB.
4.;' A CC0JH tRthlnt Hrt L!vey und
The bet f uiatcrials used, and ail j
Hed Gisud, Hebraska.
live a-d enterprisicg pioneers. To
this end furnish accounts of the re
sources and capabilities of the soil, tbe
best loestiens stifl vacant, and, ia fact,
everything that will tend to induce
Dsc sa sr-vt atce and at reasonable
iicpja JIcNtrr's Store.
Red C'lond IVcbrnsKa.
fi-txrd SStiitl in CotjurcUan xrltZi i!io
TiIr3MdJ hb- rtgts--iirsfj5rMJ
.:V t. i".sc- r5a" Ma. Stii!r-.l JJes
side accwe:atwi-t-ss t tJifc- Uoeel.
' Cl-OVllliTON, NEBRASKA.
I:aLr?nK!V CfrjAKrnKi.T. .Jaacary
Nnciber iut iuI. and contains over
A pcrtioa of oar columns will be de
voted to entertaining and miscellan
eous natter for family reading.
AUwhoareiafercsted ia having a
4t t X.r 1 h.fMrmeJ r-cnv-
1:0ns of m.rc tbaai of oar belt 1 rf,Ieak IlTel-r iocai cewsperer!
t ?r. . 7
j Flowers and Vecetl,lc, vitli
1 Jtioirs for CUr:, Cwlored Pis
there he was, standing in the door
way. I didn't know how much he
bad overheard, and I didn't care: at
least I thought I didn't, and I left the
room in dudgeon, and siaaiined the
door. A great bear of a backwoods
man to talk of kissing me! Well, I
suppose I was a contrary minx, for
when Auns Luckland said that Eben
doted on green, I took great pa-ns to
wear blue ribboas ; aad when he de
clared that blue became me mightily,
Ijust changed to cherry-color next
time. If Eben Eked curls, I combed
my hair out as straight as a Digger
Iudiaa's ; aad when he becaa to read
uiGud, I left the room, or hummsd a
tune as rudely as you please. Tildy
Bruce used to giggle, and say that!
did it just to keep myself before bis
eyes ; and sJte was always so ready to
raa and jump for him,
aad flattered hiai so broadly,1
that I could bav3 skakea her soundly
many a tine. She spared so pains to
lilezte him. wore the colors I discard
ed, and made boao-catchers of her hair.
Sh? used1 to dare me to refuse his arm
when he offered it, or his hand" whea
he would have helped o laio a car
ria te or over s. stUe, aad I was just
fool enough.' She incased zze to send
him a saucy valentine, aad to play all
matter of giddy tricks spoa ante, sA
as putting salt ia his tea, aad viaerar
:on Hs mlHr, and sawirg up tbe
Neil o carried. I bad to do the vb- l erc ! on drry cointxy nxd
Iting for both, and I hal been nothing at u,ne 'C4ck of biltcr atfIc
loath bekn; ; but I mast say that I j n'Sht A-" ,ock woulfJ bare ' we had
i(;it miserable aad sore about Ebea ; j C0JU'5 t0 ou! few 3"anJ-' from
and it seemed tome, all at once, that ' ,0ljUl bkh atood out darkly
he must think I staid bccaa I could S : aow.
no: tear mself awsr from bL ncL-bLar-1 iThe inmates must have gone to
fcood, aad that I was sorry for what I j bcd'' faJi K,n' "but we W,H rou,,c
said dowo ia the afcple grove; and so, ' t4leQ ?" n'J he nockl "PO the
when mother wrote that there was to ' loor blch swung open at hi
be a grand ball at Watered ;e oa ' u touch. Ve had happened on a
Christmas-Jiight, I announced my ia- j " m;,Je or ll,eir own convenience ;
tentioa of gidng home. We had had . ? th iuaibcrmcn. an-i the hut wai
a remarkably comfortably season .I the remnant of a la-tycar net.
though tbe sleighing was tolerably ! '' " rheitcr. at least," (id
good; yet there had boea ao very cold Eben, "I wili build a Bre, Lctty, and
weather, aad folks seemcvl to believe ,u'f our chattering " And he built
that the nature of winter taj changed ' a Sn?' b"arta only knows how, with
aad there wouldn't be any to speak of. ! no:biS t the matchea be carriel in
Aunt Lackland said everything to j "' pocket to light ha stej ; and he
kecT me, and E en even thawed j at tac down before the trateful blaie
enough to say that three wain't the j -'bathed in tbe buffalo robes ; aad a
crowd he'd thourht it. and the season i balf-bcrned ricekDot, whirl? he found
wood, or atterdipj Zc ay .fort M
woo way. I eoeliin t pcrui bii
that there were eo?h Lfta)(VrvW
for u both ; and otxe, hiJ ! wt
outride gathering HH. I ?sct wy h
ont the dr, ae-l it w jjnld t frc-40
the tear on ruy cy crctrtitoM
Kbcn wftukl pteiUJie tu take ay lu4
a hw, to make jure I wx rart, a4
tack the wrap. aboe: ts snn aaia
aed he trW to dbtr&et my tuiod fw
the r;tuaiiio by telhnjf tec 4ori C
the wood-cbopjeri aud life v loai
of tog , and once or t ho trwxl to.
Ing. and he whUtlcd like all th binU,
iu in tbe fortstx just to to vKtttful f
and at lal I fell into a , aed
waked, i-hitenng, with a wart, ta ftni
the gray dwn crecjuag U thr)'
tbe chinks and knct-hol, ani to hds
a trarc Voice outride caHiaj w"Goe4
tuornicg to yoa ir. Gw. Bright I
How. thl for a cold fai'p, clv' l
was a tramter, tolling p from th
mill village V haul log? , aid o mxt
a! be kcew our ttrait be turaeJ abd(
took out bid oxen, aad pat tkem np.
in the hovel, hareccd old Ldj(htiii
into hii teani, and drove tu iato Far p
ing moro dead than aCr. jd M;
"A pretty oo.d atp," cioe4 tb,
landlord of the Sunbeam Tarerv, "JMf
wocBtercd. "a prettj CW mf I
Uke it. IlyUoa! wsat't t& mi-
Eben had slipped ff. kU tecX
on the floor to a dead faratJ
taaj guerr I wa. pretty feel! frixkft
ed, as I deterred to W
"It' all my fault-all y faitJ,'4
cried, forgettins the by-tUadera
tbc btranrc doctor. I?WP
Mid tbe lasdWty
the cold nap your flt ? are yoa W.
blaatfi Tor tbe weather. sbL? In
afraid the cold has drovo you oat of(H
jur jr ucau. 1 ou a ueiier uv9
orncthing hot, drar." Qgt
Bat yoa know bow it wa. My
rar were a tnni Iro-t-bittCQ, and tfe?lr.
bad tr amputate Ebcs't foot, al! h&r
caao I had been vain an 1 beadtrocg
ab)Ct goinc !3ntc. fd ba'l refaed te.
"peak the truth dosn in tbe sapk
ctotc, and accept a Uurkwo4tue
and a farmer for a lover. 1
OforMj I married Eb?o. bat
didn't dewvc to ; pI a bia ht
ay tlut the coM iaa-? izscrti Utt
his greatest blcan.
would be ten miles longer without ae. j 'u ,be but, fcerved him for lantrm,
But go I would. i "bib b-: blauketed zrrd led rcor old
"I suppose you can send eta doxn , JiShioia t0 th bovel where the
to Farine to meet the Watered? star. lasnUnaeo bad housed their cattle,
with John ?" I a-ked. aud feft aa nflfttl of fetaaw ao1 fce
But John, the hired man, had rbeu- UiZ'1' ihe boI:
ftrarrj I '
fait with a plejc of
"I woalda't tru-tyou with anybody
m2an dpr.it.l t.t m .. ... T i: 1 I
tn m tn J'Un,i - r v a x. j i but en tb'3 eavn of the year. John
to go to iaCkJaau ; I tad never asked ; ,u , , ...
"uuiu Ln sure iu juse wie way 11 nc
hadn't rheumatism. Yoa might wait
for the mail-carricrj aad drive back
sbiisbed in tbe Republican Valley bofes of fas 0-ercoat, and Ewn bis 1 ready te cany Jam, Ikk ad Harry
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tsiicrs & rraofrettrs- - -ya. ds h?M saij;itet ky- -
myself why, aed I didn't care to know, j
"Well, Tiidy." said I, thit night,
after Aut.t Lackland had had prayers,
and Eben had taken bis candle and
gone to bed, and we wete left to rake
over tbe kitchen fire "well, Tildy,
Ebea's found out bh cbtake I"
Her eyes snapped like brands of
fire, and the color fiw all over her
face. "I guess you'll find tbe mistake
is yours before you're much older,"
said she. "I'll wager, though, that
he doesa't feel auxious ; be know3 you
only want to be coaxed."
I.t T -1 T
x er cap l uia. uut 1 ut say It
j nettled me to see tow wefl be fcore
himself. I had read ia norels bow the
hero was ekber soared by unrequited
affeciioa, or became sr-lendidly melan
choly aad morose, aud lost bis appetite;
but Ebea dida't carry oat either pro
grams'eT bebebaved jast as csnaL
and passed bis plate for a second piece
of paddisg, aad ctade jokes, and dida't
"I guess Ebea was joking tbe ctber
day," Tiidy sa&geHed, pJeaaady.
"Iflretty aericas joke," aid L "Sap
posing I had said yes?"
Tbcn itT a sarpbsable case, eh ? I
thooght as aiadL"
It was dreadfully xaeaa ia me to
awacoa it to Tildy at all ; but I jast
vaaCM to sfeow aer tbai 1 wasa t
The mail arrived only ooce a week
The rull bc4reM at a faaral xf
North CrDlina wcm Lady rcHt4
froai duty ia a manner not satw? patadJ4
The funeral ooeurred at the t?a4 af
the rtcctit Sood, cad th?.VccK oai
i a way to tbe vszsie.y had to eraet a
creek. Ia eroding tl eri-k, wk4J n , .
wx5 rising rapidly, the wagon Koaf
fast, aad tbM in chargj of th oS
were rescu-.d with iL&siUy. No r,JiK
crwas thd'wagoobsd relievJ af tJi1
weight of the tea bearers tbaa a aetr6
trouble occurred. Tbc Lex of llw
VBHc n --"rh
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to, aad at tke aaaae tkae I vaated vs
ape fecr taat te was ao
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Mr, aai Ifsba kaew lov ta aaa3cai
have to walk."
"Ve coaido't bear to your walkiag,
said Eben, laughing, unless you wear
"Very well then," paid Auat Lack
land who was a trifle put out, "Ebea
must take you himself, though, there's
no aiore aeed of year goicg tkaa taere
b of ay gotng to Gretna Green. Yca'fl
like dacrb get salved cp at Fariag,
aad sot reach borne till after Christ
aaas, aad serve you rutbt ! Come, ELea
eza't yoa say something to make her
"L-tty," said be, "I'm afraid we
shall have to stay here till daylight.
i I thiak we have tikea oome back-
country road, which has Jed u away i oa ratf epeo llw water aad fiuaH4
from ranng; ami the shaft is is
splinters, and there's not as iaca of
rope or any thing about Use prexsles.
and I wa too big a fool to bring aay caprsed a&d disappeared, fat taa
fiaSoatrf-soB, aiid, des&ke Hm
gttk efforts tocre k, was
, , , . ,. i tning cf tbe kiod. I doa't kaawl
i snail ao notamg ot tne kind," i t, T . mmnrm f. -r ,. A .m
I shall start to-orrow, if I ; w- ., T Anm,. ,. fc1- T ,
I away, carrying- the cofe witi iu !
rata thcto in lEe firvcenAcz fW9otUl
to rccorer the body. Thi
4Tve said say say."
'I beHeve s!ie oa!y waats to be
coaxed, after all," persisted my aaat.
"I dare say ; it's a way woaea bare
bat I aerer baaior tbeai ia it I"
I woalda't Kara staid after that ifk
bad raiaed blue devils aH the way to
Fariag. Ob, I waaa asadstroag pieae?
I was set upow skowiac Ebea tkat
there ware attracdoaa ia Wateredge.
Itwaeaaewiac latih tie
'Hakf aaey af wraps, caSJrec,"
iipfcred Aat Tarwkaw "I
yaw w3 gK UaalMt! r -
a saic, aad itr aa mULta
Aai, traa aaeaa, k waa aaiy a
came so bewildered. We saiga ride
a-piPJcs, bat yoa'd freeze to death ;
here I can keep you frosa periskiBg,
"Ob, let us stay hen; k U quite
comfortable ia cosaparuoa," I said,
"and I'bb afraid to go oat agaua iato
tbe great dark atgat Wfcat a pre
doas tbiag Sayligbt is ! Asea't you
coasiag cear tie se? Area't yew
cold, Ebea? Ob! wfcat's that?
Sossebody's dogT' as the door oft a
hat treaibtsd, aad a a$r of ahsrp
eyes looked ia.
"On?y a 0." kh EbeaL
"Doa't be troubled ; fce's too wise te
coaae la : he's afraid of Ire."
0h, bat asa'I hare te ro ewt after
wood to keep the tre aJrre'0,
Ebea, if it him haea for sacl"
"Nerer Jear. the ae ka w9
keeahlss at a rpeeifaJ iiiisnrs ;
al sf that faihv why, here sty p4s.
taL I aerer travel la Faria wkh-
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lot to sight ia the diVi
tbi Httle occcrreae
eoasasauuioo of the faacral
ni, a body beiag a of tks first sa-"3
aointsa for ach aw oacajwi. DaWA--;
afterward, whes the tmA had
ed, a ooXa waa dieovere4 aaaw a
of drifteJ, tiany saSat froat whetw tfcil
acodeat at the faaeral occarrsd ! W
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with 'ite eocieata, UrtaJatasT at aasyl .
way; ts that the eare wmuft .'
Till if I Hit unts T- 'iJF-
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