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i nculye'h Judial Circuit.
Circuit Judco "VVm. Carter. The v had come a little ernim.two. "I never saw so rough
iircu.'J lt-!!fie;n tii rwnit. .n,i of friendly faces, to weath mo ntr. tll;
, lrf3 of huldint; tjourt therein: t witi, wavintr handkerchiefs and kind- San Fi'aiiciJCo said he, looking out
Bollinger -d Monday in JOrcn ana,. maajK,.d. nhj t , wotiilA uwaII r JoK-tnLnl.- rti.m. wl.it.. iilii. .....i :iH ihe iv-i of i;iy Hit
J. if MnnHrs in Ma roll utiM I I! 1 ... ...:.... ........v.. I -..,1.1 I.. ....... I . .... ...I.. I . I I . .T . 1 1,1 Ull
unaiscn Ma siern. nuumnir unci wsivirifr unfit iiii inounimii u mmmu .ciu icu nu uavc luuriieu nut uti- -mi
. I SJ ?- - . w . .... - ' 1 mm ..... - .........
sT."cr'rv ::a Mondays in April nd Oeto-1 the steamer swept down tlio rivor
Zt sic. Gri::1ivc air
PoIIIirally Iniledrmlcnt-Oprn to a!l Parties-Controlled by Xtme.
STE. GENEVIEVE. THURSDAY, OCT. IT, 1872.
; with his own heavy gray wrap.
Then mured, dropping at my feet again, r-: that ni--tiniitir turn n- so
1. .. ...ii.: !.. i I .i i. 1 . i 1 laminar. I it !iuri vnu ui'iv i ti it
1 if mill t? wiriii tit.... lie eraicu uiinwiiuuaiun ram i-muui aim sinning up, as uiuu-n sue nan . , . . , , .
A MIDDLE-AfcED LOJE STORl. , .. . .,,. , . , . , ... r1.-1". ad I never biam.d ..u. l
I besme ber, folding the wrap over the got where she best loved to be, ju.-t never meant vou to -ee meagain: but
They had come a little group two. "I never saw so rough a .-ea as such a smile as sho would have given ,,u' temptation t o tVoI m --lf l-ril-
i i- t :.. "h.hi
iltl L1IU llfc ll.il. 1 J1UIIUIU!U IU HIV 3iU.Vi3l.JllH ... lilt I IIUIU It (.III.
ltit it was Kv-
or to the .hip's cat.
cif ;iuri'iT'i'!'ifi va ton
lia ln-.'ii a Mi1 -int; I '"il .
a real. It
to warm nuielve in any chance rav A-hlcy." aid I
of sunlight , without .topping to con- "Ty, " 't; y.. 1
j sider wheathor it Is likely to be per- idukiuir ba.-k in hi- . hair airain. ami
me ca'-eriv. "h.it ilnl
Msdison th Mondays in March and stern, nodding and waving back, till mounting waves,
vp.cinutr. . , .. , 1 1 . atoniooi- Kir.t ln-.. i.n I "TJoui'li !' rriod
iVrrV' -i'iiui3 111 .i. aim uli'i- ..w j..-jr. iivi.it iiiu .nu. i .----.
, out of their sight. "I am sure the ocean la fis smooth a
te. cnclcve 1st Mondays in May and , , , ,, , . ' -n i
l,cr I knew 1 fchould have their pravcis , a millpond ?
st. Fnmcon-..d .Monday in 2iy ana tji;lt l)l0 great ,,,5 j,on(0 '-Oh '. but not as compared to the petual.
.iovemK-r. . . , , , . . ; p.,,.:.: ,..,e ;t ,v.ic TIin timo fh.. !.; ,.f
; .in., mi; , a jvi.ui-i mi: uuuia wau n 1 v ... j.,. vi.ih , iv .ii.i., j w ... vt 0111111111 in.
the weather, and look for the tele- named. Wo have never such gales no stay long, for there came up a:i ar
gram of the arrival of our .ship ; yet on that as sweep the Atlantic, but tM with his sketch book; and when
, lkuew 1 was taking nothiti"- from 'only the gentlest westerly breezes." -Miss Armour had .-ulliciently admired
1 their lives, and that they each would The New Zealander shivcrod as l-e his graphic peuciliugs of the captain u at. ipn.... t.u
rj.t Milra-V. uni'cii, ana iicrmun 1.1111c. go liotno Hardly missing me; so it j-poue, ami urew nw wrap closer over ami me ipiai icrnunicr, ami me sca-urer-u'lJ
; was with 110 great wrench of heart 1 hi- knees. "We have the most sick occupant ofan upper berth, it was
Assessor Joseph VansicUles. that I saw the jiilot put oir from us, ' charming climate in New Zealand," time to throw the log ; and so he bore
&biic'Ad3 iand took the last look at my native : he went on ; we are never too hot, ( her off, to find out by her own eyes
Stc. (Jencvuvo County Court mwta on shore. an to never cold. In laet, we never 1 wneiner wo were actl.Sily j;o:ng at
Hares of Atlvrrtisiu; :
One j-c.irc. WworJ. .ns Jr.Krtioc...$!.f"
r.aoh i:.!.vj:ient ir.prtTi'2 Mt
l!u-in ca-Ji. 1 inoli ipsrc, yioz vcar.S l
One o.::ii!i. .:io y.-nr i'iVOO
Uro half col.iran. one roar... . ",
t'wH"r:" ivlmn. fwirir. "JOfH'
Di-p'iv. J r.ixrrlistKiJnts vl.ar-cd 1.
tl. i! i!i
t-?" AH lr:ir.iint adit'Ttiiia ciUit ba
j ii.1 :"r m Rilvai.iv.
Srfi" Yrnrlv adtTt:i-t'i. at3 piyaVlcqoar
tU in sdv:lM..
-a-' l.i- -luutlil be briing holuo deaii,
and hae tf be laid .nit. It, ali.-r-b.-t.
y.m know, to b. prepared for
u hat ever may Icippeu. A p-'r"
never knou u may rorfle nfoni;.
All to on. e. j. :t aT'..f:f iiiiilniht.' I
lieer.l -mril litn a scratehinir to the
door. I thoiiuht iii-t It n:i .loi:.-.-.'
.'at that 11:1- been rutitid oiir-ui!ur tor
the milk ail umiiirr. ami f
"I -lid write. DiiMean : m,.,l mv.elf u ith the limp, and eivi t
. "the letter t:m-t have ,,ut to the door, .h lii ruined to ej;t..
Sic. licncilevc County Gfllrlah.
;t.i0r ;. :itHtivc A. F. Ri'tmmi.
(,'in -ait L lerk Joe Uautnan.
t'oantv " .Tolm L. llojjy.
vii.ritr Ko hi. .uaiuson.
r.nntv Court Justices A
'riii.s-e ii (nl .me thing! eouhl
-ay ; am! I -aid that." 1 an-wered.
hlii-hing a- though 1 hail ju-t u ritten
A middle ageil woman in bond and
I.iit. dear me: it
u a- liii.i lie a"e.i.
alter ail: m heart a- a- using and
-i!h a-ever. Ami a- lor 1 u ii-tn
I'.n-e. the mark- of .are. mul thoimhl.
and time fell oil'. leaving in it oiih the
eternal youth of love.
ll wa- the old slurv ol a lo-t lcttej'.
' think of the weather.
that auimile right on the -pot. I i.n
loi'ked the .tool je-l caution- :t
ever I eouhl - ri the mop. an:' uas
je-t going to let drive, w hi 11 I heard a
kind o -ilh lair, that oiiiide.l -ome-thing
like .loi.athair-.eoming up from
the iei:i:i- of thedoor -tep.
I -ot up in) -peek-, and looked
olo-e. and shure eiiutl lhareua-u mai'
-tri'tehe.l out 011 the -tel.- uitiihi-
a- legs in the rain u ater tub. and hi- 1 .r
hand- a t'mnliii into the trelli-tliat
m w Ihine v.-.;- a riiuiiing nj out.
I grabbed him h the h..iil.I, r- and
-ot him up out.. hN le
" Mr-.-Mr-.- IVikiu-." -.. be:
.-what upon- upon airth l.ave oti
done with - u ith the kej -bole";"
"Why. .loiiallriu I'erk'iii-I" I;
"do my eves .leeeive me? i- lb:- ou?
and be on "racing- -irrh be" Miif
wa-ted!" "Drutik:" -e. be. -iiaight n'ng
"We will bim-ell up. and falling o'er b: ek"
lav lilt.' W.'iril. mi v,.,, ii... .i-r.iii .Ir.,i.l I
we l.otii live. 1 in re 1- a cb rgyinaii .leru-hv : I'm I'm "inaed I :m !
auioiig.nir pa--eiig. i-and we will be Me drunk I w hen ! hain't M ..ny.
married thi- very hour." thing -tronger than -pring water for
That wa--o like hi- headlong de- a mouth: I'm ovircnne uith the
11-1.111-: Certainly he did need sober heat-1 urn! -thermometer's Idling
second thought Jike me for ballaM. . -nml -nine Infernal -camn ha--tnlc
'I f . . . 1 4 . 1 I. . . I . t I . I ll'l. ....lll.if Ii..' I riiiil .I'd. - I .... I . . I ...... I IT. I
nrailninl of niriiii-i-i ne a s-il 01-uie-way, urn, miner icei sorry ior, lorcvciseoiirnig ana scruooing, tying V.-V. . . -. . . '". h- " ' l"""""M'
jorasnoai Ot pjrpin.S, or a S-U . ,, ,a, 0 emony would lit be legal withoi.ta I wa- .anam..-t tian-lW... re.I ! To
th uio-e who live so mr on, reiumcu 1 aim untying, uniting up ami letting li,eu-e or -..n.etliiiig. And I would think that this -tutieiing ti-iire ua-
tho other, bending Install hgure down. '1 litis at last we had conic ' mean-do aiiytlung so -i'n'a-' the p.ir.lner ofnn buuni wa- too"
Ln.,..l..f.,..,...nl ..M.. ol. ,..,( r. mi. .1. !... tioual fr oll-pii-MOII'.'' much for lile. ami it -11 till- overrun..-
I sav also a good many Other , , . .. , , 4 , ' but. ble--your heart : I might a-, me that I I..-I mv -lf-control and let
thin"S noarpr bv for T didn't nut i , . " " e.i nine ieu 10 n ipe uj me .i- mat iiiop-lian.lle come dou 11 out..
v.. u0o ..uaic. , mt x uiun 1 pill j , 1 1 , P(lt;,iiH- ritlilndrt ..I A-v nut frnm n.irf nr..l fon.i.l .w m-. lailtle with IIIV Docket liaildkerehief. .loiialh.iii to -ii. I, .1,1 t il,.,t 1,..-
. . . 1 1 1 1 , m ii lie Wa -o grieved and -o impatieiil left oir-tuttenii" and went toliu'ht-n.tnpp-t
ntul l-llrlnil 11 1 si. vn 1 lo.il irriivr. to lui nt ivinli nlli.ir wn ' .. . iiiiniiii,. . . 1.1 hhii.
. 1 .... . i. i " "o " - - .,-'-- "i...... - i.i!ir IUi!tetl.U'!lell one eollle- loll. ml.' ii,r n-ill. ll.t. .n..l ...... .....1 i :! !
;ti" srvi:viiivi:. mo. m iiri-igmuu irias-.es; aniiiiooouv . - .... .... . - -
.-.1... 1, in ..... i'. - f- ts ...v..ivj ni-A flio ..ifinlii 'i.irl u-icilimi w irnmir iriniirnttiitirutiiinli.iit li.h..H iit.l !Ciuli i Ic l.m.r itium.r . .. I I 11 ... i .;. .
-. .1 1 f..:.i.f...i ,,,.!.. .11 1. I ..- 1.1I. , r t, w - ................... j-. .... .i.i-i-i. iiiu..".. 11. gei nun lino
V"Pr '"? """. , V " " i a uiiiiuiei. .lie with vim" s-iiil she "ltut ai- , 1 . an engagement), u.at I tina v drop- the hou-i; and to bed. thoiih he in.
busine-j entriistnd to him, and will U as- :.. i.,..i r 1 10 1,L w"u 3ou Mtl s,le' uat Miss Armour, during all tho voyage. ,,,.,1 ..ir -;...,,.,-...., !m,l ,ne 1... .. . ..
1 1 1 . I ' ....... ... .... -11. i will" p.i'111, it nil III' I'Vt't " 1II.
Here in me ncari liadkejit as she had begun, beguiling -ickiie-f. and stood up behind the and Ihe boot-wa -o con-nued tight
niuiiaeie, nun wa- marrie.i i.elore over them corn- ot hi- 11. that I
. .l;..i l.....l..-a In .1ii.iiM.rv Aurll Hl.il .
V. -.i tit M.'.n.iuv in October. ' urincr most of the na-sa ra I was
' . . ... . r. . .. .... . . .. 1 flu. .iif.1 it.i-til.. if. lln w.ii-lil " (wi.Iv.l n.d 'i leill
Justice of the fence i-ou6econacamr ju.st coniiortaolo sca-stck, SO I sat all
dy in each month. Uje (,;lv ,onr -n a rot.,in;rt. (.haip fl '-Pity it is in such an out-of-the-way That was how the day.- went. The
deck, watching tho white cans on the lmri 01 1:11,11 ,l,al ''"'uy passengers rean ami paeeu me ttecit,
- purple ami green and blue w'tves that livo tl,uro'" sal,l Mis Ar,,10r- l,layJ or gues-ed riddles, and
mounted and fell, down aid u... i.i.i ),,r ra",on there, were always hungry ; the pilot stood
A 01 H fl D f.1 1? V AT TAW land down, aw.iy out to the far h-m arc vvrA KnS,i"h toW,ls cf lLir,.v 'u'a,13' a,l1 flrm Slt tho w,1Lul
AllUllllIil Al ""7.on. I saw tho shinin nautiluses i '"on-and inhabitants each ; and we sailors ran up and down about tho rig
I float bv. and now and then a whal.. nevor """Ic vis as being out- gmgliko overgrown spiders, and were
iTumiTTaT uozn:n. "
111. I Ii.. 11, .I..IM ..I .. .....! .......
And the soil j tho rate of thirteen knots, or only l.eli.-ving him-eif rejected and humil
iated, and tiering to the end-of ihe
earth w ith hi- pain.
"'I'weiity jire. 10:1- ear
-aid my New Zealander.
no! he "ciKiratcd a lothe!-
Offici: in IIaxk llcii.Dixa.
Stc. CJenevicve, Jfo.
CHAS. C. KOZIEH.
A torncy at Law,
KEAI, i:STATE AiEXT,
speeding whito and full across
I i" I
I earuesiiy lonvnni. saioiy aiuinat 111 iur uesircu iicavvu. n...
other . . . . . J . . .. I'Ut.
Aiiit :i-ir-iiiil l.lllirv -IIU1IL'. 1 ... ... u;mi ailing www ........ . ,. . ... . ........ . ..
, - - 111 inwrcst,, anu laugueu. "un, so you nau grown 10 00 01 eacn oilier, wo (:I!M :,,.,
fisted by Messrs. Kol.11iM.il Clardy inall,"S- ... ... wiat ,10 yon do out t
Circuit and iSunreino Court c:tes. The lirst tbin.' 1 snw was : vnniori . .
ra-Collect ion- made a speciality. ..:, ...:. " ..,, , 1 ,.:; '"ve'So
" - lii'i iin uuiii. vi i.rv ftii4 wn t 11 11111 1 n 1 t t
..- . I "U o rl:g m.Id for
Mm . .'ii'.ii'-l I i ....-( ill! MUi. .L-;.l 1..1.1 .1 li.Olli; 111 . .. ..
' 11 " r is whofiii for mild
every one with her trick of lip and
eyo. They ran after her like boys at
.1 ..... C . I . 11" II . .
rough carl whenever .-ha took off ." .,',". . V" - V 7 " l"L !",m- "l a u,lu' ,,B,I inv ,,a"
1, . .... 1 .........-j-... .....;. , nothing Dettcr to do 111-t then : and
I11 j t
ALIO I 11 C ill Ll a W , ; her net. She was not so very btil
: lianl , but there w;
...i.w.wr.,,,. ...w. .lb0lltllcrlhat
ll. JtOIJUIXiS. ' scngers before
By the end of tho second da', evety-
eig.it liell-tliat very moniintr iiiig
and all. Duncan produced it from";!
-mall c:iket. where he bail 1 an "n il it
in hi- wai-ti'tm po.-kct for the whole
l-olildli t get '.-hi oil". So I put hi- fe-t
into 11 -h,!" itnd tied rm fa-t fh"i"
with the clothe-line -o he c-..uliln"t
hi-t em round onto the .-beet-, and
there I let! hint.
ATTORHEY AT LAW,
OiUit oj)OMtc Janis & 0v,
! U3 IlWi PW CM Hill . a . 1 t t I mi . . nil ilUII.
..wnmni ,l,,l,J WWS arc conslanll3 plying to t wlien slic ,.uj fa,od out a, thl! "I eouhl neverbear to put the little lb- -b pl powerful ?-it wa- ten
row as apiquant (harm j... .. tallow and pressed bow fllltw j .,v,(lu j c thing away," .-aid he looking at it o'clock the next da v alote l.c waked
t attracted half the pas-, , 00w 1 l,Us' 1 ',-ll,L ,,M 1,0,101 M,c tenderly. ,,. :uid then In- -i, k at hi- -tum-
i the first dav was over , , . , , would be easily forgotten, or only re- The next day we came to port.witb mirk, and ero- a, a b.b-tcr being
' tl a comti I't.v n-r.t ' y0U W1 ' " mcmberd as a midsummer' day- the sii:i -hining and our (lag-ll iug. . biled Along toward night he rum
Jmi. It. Ihim'-'ox,
million nsheil llccj. Inrikmir iil- -it
bod v, from tho captain to the ship's j.. ,. , . - , . ,,, 1 '.
1 ' ! the light in her ring, and then as nllv ,
suigcon, and from tho surgeon to! ., ,
, - . i iiiu iiirnt 111 iiiu r-iicaiicr p i-yes.
mi; iiiuiii-uiM n.T"iii;ui 10 sin.-, i.ci i 1 . . i
" , ' " 0 use whal we can,
attention: and everybody was met. ....
the ,ame genial l.nilo and lively T ' !i . iifo 1,11,1 ""l 1,roi!-ht l"m a 5t mvhi
10 say, v.e uany 1110 i.esii noiu-uai- ,! he wa-hungry for the love and
My; but sometimes an order will ro'nlcuca that had never been hi-.
j.. i. ! .. . il f
come 10 a lanuer ior a iiiousa' So I was afraid lie would miss this lit-
.1 TP 1 . . 1 l I , .
nrjijrt. r u-a T 'A'VVf , . .M'eep 11 im iue:i-e: ami an i.e canine
tf I 'I --I . I l tj . '!.. .1.1 .....U JV.l.-I.VS IIO.Jl IIIU
.. . ranio
WllsU fBAi atB I ,
M.Mtr. L. Ci. r.:tv;
ROBINSON & CLAIIL'Y,
She won her wjv a i.nce into
heart by tho kindly thocht that led
dream, b- all unless it might be a soli
dary, warm hearted man like a .New
j Zealander. To tell the truth, 1 was
a little sorrv for him. Evidently".
sparkle of girlhood and warm
Real Estate Agent,
Ste. Genevieve, - - - - Missouri. ; a5ans' so that I mighf'pet her.
as she said.
l'here v. a- a welcoming of trieiul- 'm round a"in. and mi ni .1 tit. u here he d
Ihe -bore, and a glad burring to been, and pi-oi.n-.i-d never to go any
and lro. I more. ISut be broke hi- promi-e for
Among the ro-l was an iutaiit".- two night.-. v.hi. Ii 11 ;;il.- tlm-i- i:i all
ue.Mlingof Mi-.- Armour'.-lip- on my that he'd been to the dub. and the
check, and a little rlinging of her , fourth night my re-olutioii was took,
hand in mine, the vaiii-hing of a' Ichabod Turner he came along airly
-n.il.' ami she wa- gone like the' that night and a-ked Jonathan if be
tia-li of a liiv-lly, out ol my sight for-1 didn't want log. Hug- And Ihey
cver. Hut whrrcei-s!ir i-. ami how- took their li-bin:' pole.-and they de
ever -he fare-, -he ha- the daily hie ' parted.
ingoftwo uiiiblleaged heart who-e I I kuowed well eniiUgh where they
yay to each other .-he iiiieou-eiou.-Iy 1 h id g.-lii-. and about twelve o'clock
lighted. Chamber-Journal. " thr t'night I dre cl my.-elf up in a
. ' white petticoat and night goiin.i. and
I taking a -beet and a bean pole I -ot
. .-ail for Itinklv- u!b'i- kitchen.
There wa- a bri-k light in thei-iynni
sound- of lall'ter and .-inging oniing'
. 1 ..!..... I 1 .. . ....II .1...
but thev have,1""'""", ' " " ,
s. .. ' .-.it.. ..-ii l.r.il.-a. II.I 'Hill .lilt . Ol. M !
igeon Holler. Y ' .'. .. :
....I t....i......i i..w ii 1 " Htoeii ornmre men. ami .iouuiiia:i au.t
:i .. ....:., 1.!. .1 "f....i. Ichabod among "cm I kept in the
ind of irravo reirret in his face. On.....:...' 1. i.".. ..'. .1. ....'". shudder of the fence- till ic-t off the
... , . 1 ... . .. . " . ... . -....-. 1.17 ...... .IC.' .1 11.I IMI-I lllir .'ill . .. ....
Will ; but WC can t do cvorvthlliff at tlmt Inst mornin.'. Mi cq Armnnr b.-id :..,i... ... 1 .i 1. .' old grave:ird where Jonathan
. r-i ...... 1 1 1 1 it .-.......,-., .11 .111..1... .1.11. -n.iot. . -. . . 1 . j
once," replied tho Sew Zealander, ljst left us, along with a young law- and fish, though what he calculated J-'"'. 'u..y
Hooking with sudden interest at the Pcr o.roP oranges ami :emons( ny " .nere ,,,, . ,liivill m.-ine-,
among me steerage passengers, wuen ." i.... .m. n;i- , . j . , 1 . ,,.... ,.i
t . x t 1 . . . . i-ul tnv .i-mlicri-v l.i-nwll ...1 oil IhiIIi -Id. ol tile ro.nt to out (. ..IKI
, Liiouceuiueuw .eamncer looking V" '. t ' a - ulmiii? in .lioiiii- -C haui!.iiii
10 in sai (in i.uov. irugeaii lie ua-.-uol . ,r .- .. .. . ... -
he's been here i- the U'ldder 1 nanm m.aiiie. .miu .i.e..-
nnniii a- iinirii -ing 10 .loiianiao 1 t-kin-
a- there is to a bob-t;dled ban
...u. .,m ..doi!,tot.jipo,rllic WOoI g,.toutthe youth, and find the void deeper when
j to tempt my sickly appetite, ... , . ., it ha1 "di.e out
1 '. , f ' . fat, and bnry the carcasses. 11. 1 ..1. 01.1. uui. ,
to soothe my lot ehcad with wa-. .'..., . . . in the very la-t dav, Rosa kept her '
Tn .ii.h r,.i. f ti, l.l. .Ti..li.iHr . ................ . ... -nuain imy ine meat cant lie !.. 1 ,.'.i...:. ...i
j . 0 . ior auu gen tie iiu.enes 01 uer suaiuy. . . ., .
t ircmt and in the buprenio CourL 8y 0 sent to the httrgrv 1)
' brown hands, wuere a great emerald i , ,, V ' ,
....... . !..,: ., ' ... , I hy don't somebody 1
OUIlYLIIiit, LUUlJhiailbrifl, Ot drawing ber rug l.osido my chair,
and sitting on tho deck leaning
they do the beef in Texas ?
my practical way.
nlaci; bv mv chair : and to tho verv-
poor at home! last the New Zealander kept lii.-n'ace
i-oody conden.-o it a-i ny tier, v.-ncn noonc younger stepped
How Mrs. Perkins (tared hi
Husband of ibe "Club" Fever. I
Clubs is generally -uppo-ed to be-
I -aid in i to carry her off, which was pretty brng intiiely to citie-. 1
ofien to bo sure. Then, he always ''"V"1 'l"'11", Wi,,', ,"
'In good time 1 dare fi&y somebody f j!
ipiictly went away himself, with
game of shufile-board being played t notftH.d tLc Sow Zealander looking -at my cn.nberry beans all up
1 hlVillll. n r I.. .-111. . ........
ga'civi , - ;-; - - .tense
DM. C. . IIEIlTIt'iI, 1 This was how it happened that my j
ts ci J rpiict, out-of-the-way corner came to T" .,
rsician g burgeon, i,ffl nf , nr .h Mm,v i holB
and romance of tho whole shinbotrd i -'w-l o along came tho ship's stir- ," ,a,m , .a l'a,n'-,n, rt'3 i -'s- I'ra-clcc'.- gobbler.
It"dtWs voL rl o rVr on a Uonda vo"Ul 5" nniform, ' ? h,a,d b handsome dark cye3: .enkins' speckled Tl,
( lisecmcuimsjounggin, nosa .vr-,a . ' . - 1 could see that whithout rr.v gla-ses Hut Jacksuips be
-. mor. was an only child and an omhan. 1 Wlt" 11,3 ,,a,r Partc'1 ,n tc n'ulo. 'ow."aid I to mvself. "! Iiopo bo idee of dubs, ,-ou-arii
.... '1 .. r, . I "Miss Armonr." snlrl bn. "tliA o-nn I .,:,w. tn ,,., ......;t,i.. club was a nbiec whore in.-n I h-.i 1 1...;.-
going to an uncie in uennauy, tier . iv .su.kmu.i-, . 1 1 . 1 . , 1 ,i -. j - : femi
; the Widderi
mi! .Sarah Ann
C!:as. F. C;ir.-so, 31. I).,
IM'Of.SICIAX. SUlt OK OX AX1) nearest of kin
"SowV' said I to myself, hero ho hiee of dubs, ,-ou-arli him! He fed a M'numi. n-i a- mej .igoi ngiint
.' J , ' 1 .. 1..1 ... .... . .. ... . the L'l-avevanl. 1 inline I oei- it...
Market Street. Opposite Court House.
sti:. tiKSKVirvi:. mo. 1-v
.is to bo fired off at tho bow 5 will you .gentlemanly, agreeable man like him,
como and see it done ?" and 4uitt! ol! enough to be her rather!"
c -r: o 'And so Hocked at him to see it he
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.uai.i, iuim H.' II initial . 1
.H...L-...1 1 ii...;.-1.. ...t.,.i r.i pole high incr
meet and while away the fcnti- houi--in
c(nver-e -weet with siuiperthetie
Jaek-nipi i-i e..i-i.5.rable of a col
lidge hinit man hi- father u-cd to he
the progenitor in Vale Collidg-. and
1 1....... ...1 .1. .-..i . 1 swetit tlie Iloor-. ami limit t lie tire.-.
... ... . . 1 m. 9i.ii ivii. as vim inav Liiiiiix. i.i near . . . .
"i am going to leave my rug with ...' .-.,.. r.....;i:..- "l a great
"Dear Ileart ! I hope her uncle
will be wise as well as loving," saidi ' . "V was, when suddenly he turned upon
I to myself very orton ; for she t,,r,nn lhc pame I'tlf-oonhding Inc.
seemed too fragilo a hubblc of hu- 8lil,lt'cand rcat!' 8,ni!o uPon ,lim s,,t; "At least, you might have written,
m.i.iitv to drift on tbromrl, l,f.,nlnn : "a" "Lu" . -ft-"- .-. uu. , M.a.p.x.
...j 0 ,
Tho lips of her brown curls were
uiooimilalc ... Missouri
R. V. I.AXXIXG. .TI. O.,
TiiTWnTnT . . n n 1 1 no tins 01 nor nrown enr s wore, 1 ui sums i ii'aio mv rut wan :.i :i: t...
ffllOIUXAH BUtttlJiiUA ,. .. ------ ,.- : " L ii.iinu sioiyn sti lauiiii.iiy uy v(.j1(,,..
liginur mau niu lusi-, anu nere anu - o...., asuaugcr: wnen. looicing again, lie- 1 .11,1 t-.,.,, ,,...!.:.,., .,1 1..,
thore were little bright touches all ' "earning over her shoulder upon mc hold! 1 saw beneath tho bronze, and dub when thev lir-t b.'un. it 1 had I
'over her hair, as thoifh the sun wa- as sho took tho surgeons arm and nnder tho wrinkles and behind the 'should have "sot n:y foot down to
j , . . . . .- " ....,. .. , beard, a faco that twenty years be- ' " lar a- Jonathan v.a- con-
! shining n spots on it. One mom- wentawa3. 1 fore was the dearest in tho'wovld to rned. It -. 0.11-that about a .b..
ing I sat coiling these gleams of sun- The new Zealander looked after me the face of Duncan Ashley ! We' "I1.1 o1' VI'-t',,n I;dler ni.-t over in the
shine around my fingers, and watch, her, tried hard to console himself by parted one day expecting to meet on 0"""d(Yau,! b.n'.'tVu, V-am!',"-ing
a flock of Mother Carey's chick- drawing his wrap in another fold 1,10 n.cxt5 l!"t that evening he was m.
ens skim restlessly over the acro-s 1,is knees, did not succeed lTO'T1""1? f!"" YT"1 1 T,,w,,es' f,,",,I,l ,tw,,l,
... . . ..- 1 .1 1 - 1. . , ,g, Jn his letter he said, what he and kiiowc.l that Jouathan v.a-
1 1 , t ,. , luumiiij; iuc aim uiiaiiy gin up auu went. away. uad said before with his eves yes. among .111 i u ell. I rathei-guc-- -o!
JttblUUllL U C 11 1 il S t . 1 thought about Kosa, an hav- Of course it was not worth his while those same beautiful eves that I was Everybody that know- ycr Aunt
stk. tsr.XF.viKVR. mo., in tor 8oft presence alone to mvself 1 to make himself agreeable to a mid- tnc choice "fins heart and the desire
... . . - ... . n( I,;-leillpcr Hue
iiiee ami resilience on .iain street. 'ior a ivw moments. Aoi many, . uio-ageu woman in lioou and water-' .
Am... is i . ... 1 ' i iivi.i. 111. 1
".. . ""'-("f a 0011 s otore. however: soon. UtlCmA a VnrZo..nroof. fin T ait m.l 1r,oW,l . .
bv nermissinn. tn Tr u..r t . ' 1 nan tin 1 see you
f ... lander; of course there was a .New ' likeness of a Ialioamona the sunset- So I an-wered
- - .
DIt. J. W. BIt.tn.4n,
aware that she s got
a lamb that'- bi-i-u
; short onto the bean
mv le-ad. ami letting
If theiiio-t awful groan that ever
yoii hcerd, 1 -tepn.d rite out in front
You'd ort to have been there and
-red the re-lilt. I Would'!! have be
lieved that any iin.rtal -o drunk as
Jonathan wa-. coiibl ever have made
trick- o ta-t a- he did. It wa-oue
of the wonder- of Ihe age. and b;ha
bod he kept fully Up to bil : iHH? I
fullered behint a waving of my -heel
and bc.ni pc-'i', nini a cbceriug'of 'rut
oil. Je.'alore they got to our house
they kinder mi--ed Ihe track and run
(tribe -ide of the road, down over a
bank wall, and Ichabod he lei! over
J011.1t haiu and Jonathan be blunder'
edf and both ol Vim went into lie
ditrh that Mosc White bad dug to
drain the ul!er.
When they lauded there they both
-et up a bowl, and our dogTow.-er Iir
heard 'em ami rum plunging dow'ir
hill rite onto Yin.
said he, "I cannot
a long, foolNh Irt-
Stains Mi lair-Dressii Saloon,
Cupping, r.leeding and Leeching, ami
-Magnetic Battery for the cure
Kne Cigars and Tobacco for ale.
a Jiew UKeness ot a lalio amona the sunset
1 1 had better take oat-mcal gruel or long before, with tho-e eye
lowly, Miss Ar-1 biscuit tea for mvsupi7cr: wonderin-' Then 1 watched for him: 'in
T . - - .1 . . . " 'aw linn or heard one won
Zealander, or an Australian on our clouds, and tried to decide whether . , , ' , , ,.!,, And all he m manage afore beget-
"You aro very
mour," said he.
A. r. BELTRAMI,
st". Ocncicve T indim;, Afo
will be hkclv to
Of Ili-. .1.11111 tiai. u-ni. out tTirro nTfflil. lttt
hut never int.tni.ri.t ..r,.-... 1 -,..... .1 ...0 ,
"Let me bring vou the while half uncoiisciouslv. about i".-...r. , "... ' r . '...:. ! 1 ''ft "!P l""!"g-a wa-t-
, . iii I. , , , .--Ul.,tti ,ic kero-iuc and tilling the
a chair. the old chord in my nictnory that was dying out of hope and cxpee- ri(0 y.-;th -moke, and -moke aller-
Thankyou: I prefertosit hero -alwa-s bein-' struck by a certain mu- .... T M " -,ro ,-- ,Kunvr give-me the guiiar in the head, and
. . ... .. I .... . " ii" 11 ..nil"- run Ml- HH'U UH'I
on my rug, and nave Aliss ells pet sicai nug in the Aew Zealander s and hidden in -eerot grave
, me," replied Hosa, turning up her voice.
oyos languidly. "The deck is my fa- After an hour or so the gun was
vorito seat, if I can only have an ex-. tired ; and presently 3Iiss Armour
cuso to sit on it." came back, with the disorder of the
"But yoa need something over ea wind in her hair, and its freshness
you," persisted the Xow Zealander, in her pretty pink cheeks,
gning nwar. an'i comingb.T.-k diiv-tly "I'v -fm.- a f aid." she tnr.r
1 . . . .. ... . .. ... 1
lining up on the bottle, when -he ' ,mn V '"V . . ' ' .
haint been iuipo.i-.t upon, hut anv-i I '"I """ ''' V!"
hoily mat undertake- the little oh .
impo-iug onto h.-:
15ut now. as tiiongii the graves had
lime I'd got thing- i"i:pilit-d .1 little
JIin! White and Kcuiah they had
arriv.aud I went home and tliaud
A unid.-n lady being a-ked why
she ii:;d never married, replied that
-he had never seen the man for whom
-he was -willing to get up three incat.-i
a day tor forty years.
"Sir." said to rue an frafe little
gentleman, of abom our feet eleven
1 would have you Juiow.
make my ej e look as if I'd been
weening bv ni'iouliL'h: alone
- i.u 111 -ii.t.ii.ii nun iin; uiouiv siruti. -- - . . ' . . - ..t
ll.iell ..Iiene.l nti.l flu. niilr..tni.iir .i . . . . ... . .1, .. i i.n.... l.,... -rll 1...i.l, i.o
.. . , . Ti 7 , . eievcu. i iiegan to ne kinder sKt-ereit. -.. ... uu. "i"
came tin- sudden repioachtul .jutti- t )Ii(!n-t kll(w- 1)llt what Jonathan had I I-"k,;l1 ' him- 'I'os-ub'y,"
on up lroui the buried pa-l. I fairly .. ani.ei.lex. or foil into r.-eem.-n.'- -aid I. "but you haven't been brought
caught my breath, a I turned back old -eliur. or had I.-ccn hurrb d oil bv up far.''
m cc, ami looKid him in the lace ti... iCn.iri.iv.. tKt i. T, .r..-.. .'1 ti, r-.CA.n-'n-rn-M;-.. k nnstr..! mi.
about. -picitouslv in a ne-.v-papcr-oalce out
orgivc me. - -aid he dircctiv. ina I bc"ilcl tut-f ::n bv lookln-' over West: "Shut thedoor: and. as -ooti
gentler tone- ''I did not mean to the bum drawers to Ice il" there wa- as yon have done tzlkiug liu-dm.--,
-fak Yu brcugli it oi -?-ih "ur -i cs"an thirt cf h:5n dcn up. :'i n-'-"- -n-jr nif n-h ?h satric- - "