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VOLUME T.
M'AllTHUK, ' VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY; JOTY g; 187?; V ; , ;
NUMBER 25.
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McArthur Enquirer
J. W. KOWKN, VMtur unit I'ropriutoi-
Turuis of Sulmei-iptlon'a '
. Onu.'Dpj-, oiut yeiir.fl Ml I Olio ropy, 8 iiioh "1 00
onowpv, ft mi .. "IS Olio copy, 4 hum 60
ll'f.nt i:nM within tlu war
ani orrtfimtr :;'. .. sow
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fiiihiiitii i
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Advertising Rates.
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ica:ly uilcei'lloik cntltljMl to quarterly,
AMfmiiM.iiijiii" iiat'olli.'i'winii onlumil, will
Vii ;intiiuiil until orilmoil iliuuuiitiitucil, itud
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rminlict) . All I ',!! Iiaiiiu uuti ustuit iu lijn
ni n jiioiiiily nttuiiilvil to.
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frouipi'iitichtluH i)vi)n to all logal bliblnenii
utriiHlvil to Jilii envo. , ,
tJlllCOIlt 111 I'UiiBl'lKjl?. ,
FnU.SU. IS
T0WEN HOUSE,
(formerly SitutU Houao,; ,
POWKN, tftoj-itfETOR.
'riiU liuiirtn. wlituii la I'onvKiih'iit to the II. I?.
iktpor, .i.hic uliiiuginw (ii.'iii'lom, luu limn
t!irim(:iii.v.uuuviuu.i mi.i ioiiiiji ciiuii, nut.
tli im ukuui., p:ii)ir(tor grtVia to U Vtiti fr t'i
ffouniun. in - uv.v nny.uiuiiiwoiliiuiin. ' . r
lino I s.ithk'Oii thrt iirctni'ot. .' ..
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iitli" . rtiit nifiii pinpi loiprtufui t( InM
(1-H -. lo b.'t, lido'liiiiao.lill.ibh. Ill' fltllltl -Ailt)
hi I. .j y-i i i.'im., t'oiiteftiiil try It. j
ili-H4iHr:lily "AfliH Wi'' loon; for Hiu
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TIM. Hot.'1) lu l rflo innjt (nAfviuil) nl. hurt ftf'
V .l .'j..l l .. .ai.i.- ..iiiM !
A .MERICAN HOTEL.
Cornui' IllgUiuinl Statu Hi., iiuA-y-))iiilku
BilttU iionso v
ii. j. nr.oa.sr -
Popilvtor.
Thin ITt:t I fiunl.li.vl tliinni(lii)iit with all
vno inoi.ii'ii ii;ir.iviMiieiitH. (iiiu.it. cm rely
uil tlu litMt ti-om. limit :uiil ver low bHN.
Mti'ujt, i.'ara ih lid, lloul to mid from all
lttl.ll 1-141 UapOt4,'.'4 .1. .i , . - ,r
I 'lLl..-.,.. t.;v u.-rt'yr ; I1;
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JACKSOK, OHIO.
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Thin hmtw, foimoHy tlio l-lmiu. i(uim, ha
lintm tli.w-oiiirhlv . iiloiivtilKVt mid Iwuntlttilly
fiiiai.liiiil.- Iliivlaiif u'i lor tu llitliv., overv-
tiitnif will ooihiiiotoiu iku tfiHisUe.iiiiiriii'taiile.
'l'ulilo hUvmvk mijiiiltcil with thu hint thu nilir
kiit tillnrtlii. . Meuly .ftirnlHlioJ roinni nml
c.loniii. it liml.i. lnii. hlalili'n. Kvory elforl.
ma in for thoconi fiirt of uttriiim. All charjrew
utotloraUi .. i i j i ......... i . ...
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CH I t,LI COTH I!, OHIO.
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in iioiiiii.iimniiiin ior llulliciijillimiCI't-('-ti..
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ni'i'ternti'. . .$. ,. ., ... a . m
tiAwponD.iioiirsjfi
I'n'vni'f ftfulrt niiil'Williiil Ktrci't,
V. . (HltfN A .1. T. V'l'IIIHItf I'mprlolnra.
-IND, Mill KTYKH A J. 11.1'UNlKM.r, t 'lnrl;..
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j.li ..iin u.h.ouiioo.lifUimii for d a udem, J)y
ut . ...u. , . -AklCH A LU, Proctor.,
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Photographs. '
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PICTURE 51 2
J ALBUMS,
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liln.
; fi.'iT-COI'VINO i iiivl'iilh' .loi.it, uii.l Uu.
fliniillvsl I'iiiniKH nulHi'Ki' 1 I" iuiv Hiz.', r.nil
lliii-ilni l in Oil. WiiLiM'-i'iiliu. oi liidia InR. fii
a. iy iiilur irylii that nmy ho iliwiie l. ut tin'
t'llirfeiSTiiii'iitif'htA -!t.ifc.it.liVfcn'
In in iilo nnm f, in ti-! t :i:nl la.liM I'u-lurcs.
I !1:llltWirrnfflt1nrtti'mtfHrrrtiml
II Murk wnri aiiuil in k'in' sn:lliu iiiiii.
j Ill-elf
Dentistry.
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R KSIDE-lil i
l Jaciiou 5
: Wrjf" Ctttt at tll'liliV! .ivilitmitijit' 'li'i.V oill
Tbhl'll KX I'U Atri'KfMiluKiluU'lv willi.iul
iiiiin, ami with I'dfut't miiV tv, Ii.' Iln' ii-i' ol
I.AI UIHSLI (iA.s. ' ' --Mil
Lies.
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:L'HAItJ,KS
v,
Hahxkit, r'i(jrii lti
.1, luu jiiitiiliiily In il'Ai'iliiirSlnliiiii
-i ftiPAY.'rtiiiriiM. '
I. n. k l.i.v.'. iiii'A rili.;i I'utt O.Ki'i' at 10
ii'. liii.li, a. M"i" iin'.it t'a 'l (.inn IVi-ftt ut IS
jr. t n.r.'ti"!m x:iir.Tii!ian Kiqrriwrw; ritiH1!'
at '4 '. I'M'k r, M., in iih'i't i In- sr. I.ur.in l.pifH
jjniiijf i -l. u (i .! K.i fnit l.iiu' mint.
Will mi-it I In- I'm kiiBlniri;,' 7u'ii. ii'lta imil
.,al.,fkr.V.iiiii.!iiu!i uir np,.ln alinu in pi-r-i.un
or by I'.Klt.
D'.ilmv li-fta ill.' )t OlMri', M.'A Uhiir( ,i,
:rii.i.'ii-.. ..'oiii niy auir.iiii'.i to.
iln'4 .IMS. ( u A I! Mii W. IIAIIXKI'I'
Railroads.
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. R.
on anil -after Moinlay, Novoml.i ID. 1OT2,
Ir.ilim will It-live ami nriivu at I.anrasti.i'.
tindayH e.M'.i:4i!tl,) ii rolljiv.ii:. . ' ,
(till mi u i:kt. 1 '
Air. lUMUtt.in. An. ItWiip.in.
'' ' illU.N0 BAtiT. -o -
A it. S loir p. in. . , Arr. H:S0:i.iii.
I'ltuut i-mii'.erllunn nliiiiu lit LAXCAMTICH
with IiiiIm M the tiiliimhiH n;nl 1 1 uc 1; i i
::iii!.v Kiiiiiimi uir Aini'tix. iiic.M iiuir. uu.
Iliv.ltllll, l'O.tHIIIOtltll, ilaik t;a, ii.nl lin-i olum
hi:, '
t'lfu.a iuiiiioilUi.".s iiui.lo at A.VKSiVir.ljX
Willi Inline mi tho I'nlllmi.i-e & Ohio Ii. I!., for
K.iMti'nl t Itlvsj lit MOHIIUW an. I 111: KMIKN
il NCi'lUN with train on the liltshurKli,
Cii.uiniiuM fi st, I.oals. Itailiiin l, Ka-t mill
WiKt.. ti.H'. llAll.lh.lIoii'llUket Ag'U
' ', (', Va!TK, Slipcl'lllll'IKlOllt. f
PUMPS.
' I mor'cau Submerged Pump.
riiKjteiT Pump. in tub Would."
Ol'lt AUEXTS rotioi t over f!(X),(XKi wiirth of
jiruinitt;' "..vert fi-oin Kire thiu year by lliene.
11111110?, Jbuinti tlj' ino.it powoifnf forro-iiiiiiii)!'
In (ho v4-J.lMl k :0Ki-HM!lili!' I ,
rtoi(hiiiiltoil lAiiUtr, iili.t:jii,UI flie ri-dS-:
i:i Hill I.lst, )ue HW of the Aiite'iii ii Aifileul
Lirl.ti Tltiiijiilpui iiovoiiloi'.i'ivuii the fiiiiiiurn.
tije lioih o in i'liiirtiiiry lintiilioi, piijfo 4S. 'J'rv
lin.tk una get your iiionuy, o ki v A (111 A.ST
otiu iiu.iir. to ilo nil Sn clitiin for litem on oni
(liutilaiv. . . : . .
h pinl for ilictilitiii or oi'ilem to thu llrbl.'o-
i,iio. ir 11 ooiri.no tut) wm k I'lliimi'il. tenil It
.oi t u'f'jfCot, :. M ( hiiilierilXoW Vork.
..nor.li'r ior nine .o. 1 rilllli necuivti nil
CItcijiiiiytitoijpiiifiiiiry, l"-tf.
nnucMiuvr
Pry Goods.
J
OrCJ odd. Notion, Hoiiery. &o.
' j iti'id SQu'sohtli lll(!li Street; " '''
q.ox.itji, 'Ohio;:'
it.'. Mi Aauk, of MoArthtii', In tho tnivulina
ivjiit for the ubovu honw., and nil o rile men -
eimt.'J toilm will rneolvo piompt nttention.
(Jftmmrjf 15, 18'a.-tf. i .
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ywBwwyBiypiTpBWMffiwwwji
' ;i"WooliMHIs. ,"" ., ;v
Vlf aro j.ropuvu'l tod all klipU of n.ii-kdoii
n Jlrit clas woolen factory, Hiii h a.4 ' ' T
't'AltI)IN(.( HI'IXIXU nml WHAVlNU.i.
aatUfaetlon will bo jrlvcn to nil our
filtflipf market pi ice rAiu for v
I'CIIHlolllOI'H.
' wool. ,
. ' .:. prijLON, IlDflTON & ( 0. .
Umiotf iHrrn-qiii. ' .. 1
tr. -
Land Agency..' ;
KANSAS CENTRAL''1 LAND
" AG KNOT;-' ' " .-. "
. ilnJ. JOUN W.llKllKS.ir'uiiiiKur'', 'I
.1 . i .. UU 1. ttAA.lNA.'ltlAM.
ltenl Ku'lAt'o'lliiHlhniikj a No Ipivo for fiuhi all
IiiiIh of IhoKtllMn Ptti lllr. ItiilhVllVCnin
puiiy, uiuotiiilliiK toovi'fri.O.KUClU aciWof tin'
inoNl iu.Mlr.ihh! In l.'otitnij ittrtf' tvcMtui-ii K mi
aNo Mill si lea, I'diiTl.ainl, VirniM. Cuttle
Itnntlio. nml City l'ropertr In Sallnii ami the
,i uu. r niiMin.cn luu, Alt''
(nte'al.trtfeai-tolitiiiii li,. paper, , e whtil
JviVHlnnn Htiito of I Ilo Went.
. ,) . 2. , ; '., 1 V. 1 . 11 tt"",u if1'1'1"
iiiire.ll .0, im.M i'AW
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Horscrnen.'
MEN, A'n"KN l"K)AN!
1 V, N J O Tli
I.I.J3TXUTON, it mi
rApH'SIIY
if lift I ill I he
iiiiil.'onjigic.ilii'.rlliur, in I'uricr, (iiillin Co.,
uliiu; w Of he nl Ih.i milileor ir. ilia,., I,.
Hft'.llllc'v'JIli., Vinton riiiniili. dhlo, evorv Ml
'rrtnto y?i.klrW4ll Hinflil mr in l i s a1 'Vi (HI
i'.Vii.ni. will inalii' lli.Heii4.iii
( Jililiinil, Mr lliiiriiii.ili.v.N IHI to In '
A.iro"t nil Irl I .'ih to
I', OAIIIINKI!.
.MiiivliSII, 'T: eni. Iiiipi tlrnve, Uhloi
ni.iMyiyiin.n.
wi . Physicians.
TjlIYSlCfAN AND SURdKON:
.... i.iif OHIO. , : '
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In Vt 7SSv!n
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Selected Poetry.
Willow Whistles.
BY OLIVE A. WADSWORTH.
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Tim woi lil U wlilu itwaku to-. lay,
- Tint liuk'Ktilroiiiw nri) ImntliiiK.
The lir ink ttllps liv, the wi ml Ik gav,
Auil eVcry lutit' m itislllnu;.-
Thilshaily'liank. 'iiialli l:e. Ilftnil Onk,
With lahce-like KiiH'eii brbllen,
i A,iiil yon ami I. two. i.tlu folk, .
1 nil milking w-ihiff wliUtleiL, I
Oh. liuavi'jily miUHbloe of lliuMnv,
(iii.id.liiijt riiil.;. Im:ii y, .1' it
Winn flniiUi i an shut iln litrlit iiviiy, I '
' hut uluoiii roKislH Itnirloi vl
Jlown tluoiiKli onr h al'y caiiiijiy
l"i t my t im I (t'ol.U'ii liiiKHilos.
And kIIi I the hriiok, tho I a ik, tho ti'eo.i,
Ajnie'on tllj willow whilUis,
:a(iwi';'Hi'Uiu'ji.iiM:iiiMfi(.'tLui.
iiini no w.ir.i.-i (ii.i hili:r.r
he hlidH that e'er tune H.en,
Ami till tin
u .r..it.... i i i,. ii... . ..
'?.'l rlil rtilti) tiiijtw1i.i,
I i.nii tho h nyiiiK (bil l li H,
A V ii "lu u k U i if i Jl w w h islli'S.
" 'kt.v'-T-'
Uinf ilui'ii yytif uiiir.mili1, trltlo to,
ah. I cvini'iiiiv worn ir wttv
iiym-i' ;,'i.'ir.'l loiL-nDiiaiiiU:i,
Atrrjl.vi.i-'li.liiii.l h-.'ift ytinw mipiiy hoiml
..Jrnilet in bud ixniAili' ... .. -
VSnl'ii -on i;;. of raiMm Jturi ujws. - -".
A rtc'i'iiware fonuil in MImwU,
-iAiii we ffionlil linrkuii', wiiru we wise,
t r Instoml of making - whiHllux,.'
. , ' .'(- .'...I' ,.
N 'Vliey'Kft.v the worlil'ij a vale ufloatii,
Anil niiin is lim n to ti'uiiliK.
Tha roiiU mittiul iilly Iti m'v eiirs
' ItoMiiKj thu brooKlet's bnlililoi
, "Tyii.iiiln (.Iiiiiio, Jieaiv innl li.iiuw i'io
''" nl... .i.,"
J V The rnfaMt projw t flal.'j-- "
J'ni Kla.l IUoi'b'h iiuik'Ii wor.l iu fail
L "jj" willow whlotle
Thu hroiik chows bark two lit'itiU of
urmvii.
. 'l'ftrtih duo's u pivtti. r i olor,
A 'J'iillin h uu no nee.l to frown,
I'vi'salil not which Isdtillei:
. 'j'lim 'II ho the (iaino. both yotiiii ami iiiimi.
! I tV'lll.li lil.i.i Ihi.in I.i,,.,....,:.... J.l .Jlai ... I.
.ilUjul Itlmn;. We'll laiiKiit nU dAitl.jr.tniii;
Sj-lllli"
Vlirnite ma. lit willow
—Scribner's for May.
THE VILLAGE ANGEL.
Emily Wharlun was tho pet
h (J-im . 4 , .. . vo M; A l0.:' jie.
oKliiW ii, jeveroiitlyviilleii Jier
(he village angel," the young
men adnhrud Jier Uy day. and
drcauied of her by :night; ' aiid
even her "companions of her
own sex felt her a pure regard,
free from the leasttaintof envy
or, .jealousy, .''.dlad any onkr
ed if she waf be'autilul, 'tio re
ply would, Jiave been : "I .am
sure I don't " know ; "but she is
60j good wtvall ;lovo. her; we
caVt help ''it." Ami' if you,
reader,, bad seen her, no time
could efface the memory of 'her
glossy;' brown . hair, . her', deep,
tender eyes, ot a dark gray, and
her fair round fac. with gentle
lies; and patience shining from
every feature. You might deny
that she really was pretty, but
you would have to admit that
she possessed charms .superior
to those of personal loveliness.
What little romance : there
had 1 been in Emily's ouiet
iappy lite, she had made Jier-
self while quietly working for
quite .'another object, ' 'tier pari
ents being the wealthiest peo
ple in town, and her own' heart
prompting her to take the most
worthy advantage of this bles
sing, she. had often helped those
iu need, ' and accoinplifshedlt in,
such a quiet way that , she
avoided the ostentation of char
ity, und caused the ' recipients
to jeei a thanktulness unburden
ed by any "sense of humiliating
obligation
: It wa.1 one Sunday afternoon
when sittingj (vith her . mothei:
on me piaa of tlijr eegai)
cottage, , that Emily, .saw
young man staggering under
the weight of a heavy barrow
filled -with vegetables ' IIq was
coming up the road, and as he
drew near she saw that his face
was very pale, and bore only
top ..pl-jinljc. the warks.ol.caxe
and sorrow. She watqhed him
(in uu iiiiYtinceu, uer iace re
vealing the sudden sympathy
.....v.. ...u i...pbui uuvv fiau lit
spired in her heart. .
',: Iteiiching the house directly
opposite, nie young man Jet his
barrow rest upon the, walk, and
opened the gate ; then,' moving
forward with his load, ho rjssay
ed to enter, but the gale swung
to, barring his progress. Again
he. tried, arid with the sanio re
suit: ." Wiping the perspiration'
from .his brow he looked about
n nnnuifliintr tvifli' 'irli?ul-. t'A
I 1 11 l
Hiplcl tllO gilt 111 pOSltlOIl, Alld
tirRT-' 'Ati ,rp-r--r--r
figure swept hVllim7l and a
eweet voice said: "I will hold
while.ypuiKjonjfe. I
Surprised, and not a little
pmbiffWJ;iie, t3gJiRlMl tm
lor ii moment in silence ; then
while gratitude .fehmie from kit
diirW vnr.liB-'i'fl htl : r r J '
-tlHUMi
Im ii Ii you."
AntLJioi .wheeled) hi.s. Iu'ilf ii)
mto the yard, g hLnainir, almost
iTVeivnuy 'Ht his genlle assis
tant. '" ' ' '
"ly luoflier thinks you havo
not" hf'toti Imig in our vilhiire'"
said Emily shyly. ' ' ' '
N6, only threo dayB. I'm 'a
Urauger, you Rile,' ttiid I!;-doii't
get much work,;but I. shall by-1
a
j
In
11
Ip'ivij'
:..
a
and-by, ,1 think," ,aii( a
smile passed over his. foatprp,
, "Papa lias lots of work to lie
done ;,ilie might give you suijlu
if lie. only knew, your iiamaj"
continued .the maiden, Bagat
iously. . . . . -1 1 '. - i i.i ; k
"Thank' yoii.' " My name 'ta
Thomas' : Wilson, and -ami
liv! on the Flats." ' If e' po!ip
hpfiitatinigly, and hhislllid as 'lle
inontioned the" n'am'e'1 of "'tlio
poorest 1'ocality'in U'wti.' Pres-
entry-' 'he l'ooked 'uf, butjl1)is
; .' ' ,1 i J H j
COllipaillOl AVaS' gOUGf,1 'lUlU VilS
now intUiiti o'n tho piazzi Vi(nn
as"1 fjiilet ly " its " if 'filie ' ha'd " m
n.a-'o.f o-".iT! '
IMV.U (( fill, i . . . '
1)1 UMod. - Thomas, .ila ho.-.wen t'-oiS
with his load, "Well " I don'
wonder. It is a low place., lut
she was kind : there are migh
ty fovy girls would do what she
did."
That, evening, while Emily
and,, her. lather wero controver
singshe trying to find out) if
he knew anything of tho .AVil
son .family, and ho ."wondering
what "the darling little witch
yast driving at" tho neighbor
across-tno way came in, nm
shortly referred to1 the inciden
of the afternoon, and added :
, ' "It was' go6d in yoii Eihilv
very good ;' but they are rather
low "people these Was(oh.s
They lived in DaymoiUli 'before
they cam6 here'; in fact,; the
uiu jitaii uieu mere, lie "was a
hard one, it is 'said, and drank
himself to death.' ,1 don't khov,
but I shouldn't ",wonder''if the
boy took after hi in, for he won'i
work steady. I hired him the
first day he came here, and lie
was off ' in the afternoon ;' and
the next monpug he-. looked
palet and his eres were red.!''
really... don't believe he 'is 0;
much account."
' Emily, .vh'6 was: very' far
piciohs.'was about to sav ' t.lVn!
other things than ' (I rink caused
pallor of the features and red
ness of' th'e eyes, but, thinkinir
mac uino used in argument is
generally thrown awa'y she
iidd ner peace, and resolved
to ascertain tiio.lacts lor her
self.
Slipping quiatly -out of, the
room, - she assumed her habit,
and then ordered her pony sad-
died. A3 it was nothing unu
sual for" her to ride on niooii-
light nights; neither of her 'pa-
reins asi'.ea a question, and she
galloped ! away on' her mission
unlistul-beil." Reaching ' the
Hats a plac6 jshe had often
visited uppji errand , of ,morcv
snp( dismounted and inquired
in .what, house Mr. Wilson liv
ed ,;i.TJie .i.woman . directed her.
wun an ominous giiake i of . the
head,') ami - Emily,' .aeflootnu:
upon - the '.force; of I prejudice
among all classes, pursued 'her
way on foot;-Icqpcting'-'tlio pony
by' the bridle. ' "
f. . ., v i ,. , . :. .'in-,
The smallest, oldest and .dir
tiest of all .the habitations, on
the, flats was tho one which had
been pointed put to her. Hitch
ing tho pony to a staple in tho
window-sill 'fbr-there-was no
other place, not a treo or shrub
growing in' the vicinity--Emily
knocked I upon tho door" 'and
waited' with peculiar feeling
the 'answer;' 'It 'soon came hi
the personjof Thomas, who, for
; moment,' ' was" rendered
speechless by ' surprise j'-th'en,
in a voice which revealed both
pain' 'aiid mortification, he said :
"Will Voii 6bmd in? You will
f!ii l JiW,..l-1.J 1'' 1 '.a : '
"uu it- tv 1VJCIU1IOU IJlilCt.-. UUt VH
Can't help it just now.' "'' '''" ''
J & :i'i"I j- !( .; I", r
I'jmuy made n no reply, but
followed him-JLuia-Jiio-Jioiise.
i tho.'first! room' were- a table,'
tiiroew-ohairs,' an old 1 cooking-
Islovo, - aiid an old-fashioned
wash-stand.' In one 1 of1 the
chairsj curjed up' asleep was' a
little "girf of "ab6ut five 1 Sum-mer.-Jj
her 'long black hair "ttuV
ing over 'a thin pale face, 'on
whlclj teiutailiB Were yet visi-'
ble. J homas. saviiuTy glance
tfio'-'ghihi; ' aiVd' he ' simply'
i.ii(ir"Arv'riisfei'""' IliVrtTiore
luiguiidi In every ( accent'
".vjy liiuther s' in the next
rooniwHild' 'yon' like lo' see
l.Vi?" bo att.Itul nreeni) y.' o
i 11 .fit ' u "I1 1 " I ' '. Ia,
iiiaiMcn, liieiineu, iiorieiuij in.d
liillo'wed him into tho'iiliamlicr,
where, upoiuaJiAuxiitkul, lay
wo.ma:)! jovi,d!itly..lu,fl,(j.last
sla'ijiiifjeoinjuiupfioiiftipl her,
'ye;hjrgp andiPbifk,- .-.ivo to.
iii'.,ceunteuauce .a wierd., ul-t
most frightful look , -As J'lmily
entered, thp invalid glanced up-
on her inquiringly, and said:,,
,. ; "Curiosity js sometimes ere;,
dulity.. Why, did you come ?" ,',
, j ".With the hope of being met
as a friend," answered Emily,,
with gentle reproof, at the same
time placing her hand on ' he
splTerer's brow.
"For'giVe me, but there is 'so
much 'coldness in' this worldso
little love. Oh !'T remember
now,' yW'are'the' 'ypun lady
who helped Tom this' afternoon1.
Poor Tom I he is "nearly w6rii
out; lie tries to work-' outside,
and take euro of Alice and me,
too, but he1 can't do it all,"sO he
has let outside work go some-
I'uiK'Sj and then, ! siqomv, his
employers think he is idle; 'It
weakened me very much mov
nig, and I have not been so wel
sincei What do people say . o
us, Miss?" She paused for an
answer,' but Emily 'evaded the
question, and then the woman
Went on : "Yes, it is always so
you. wish, to spare my feelings
your motive's goody bufc. I ican
seo , til rough, it. i , My , husband
misfott lino's first sethim on t'ho
downward path, and then by
degrees, '.poverty came, until jm
was lost. .NoiWi.wq must bear
ma, unfortunate: nqiutation, bn
not loug--not long." ,-.Sbe rais
ed her eyes heavenward, as
imploving.deathr.. , , j, ,(.. .
' VRearti)iqtber,,,dq; nut S,oa
sojiygu iiro.aimiayQjOtt earth,"
said.Totn,.iii ai U'emulous ypicev
, "My idea v i bpy, ; my., life my
blessing! slieinurijiiired, ten
, Emily's . eyp.s, .fjlled with tears
as she , saw .the., inother's, . wan
hand caiyss the jetty.curls' that
tin- I a. .
feu on her son.rpw.. Xiep
hopipg to ;cleer .her, she, tsaid
"loir, .will , be..., better, soon
Mrs, jjWll son . , t)o n ot , give . vay
to madness. JLcmemberJ am
your,, friend." . ...The, Jnvalk
smiled faintly,,, and, .shook Jier,
head. Knowing further conver-
fcituoH . woiuu ue, inunous t(
her, Emily hade her adieu, cloa
a: " 11 11..' . ' ; '
g. tlie jCnamber, door , as i
went oub Onco again in the
first room, tho maiden . said
"Mr. Wilson, will you do me,
favor ?" He acquiesced. ' won-
cquiesced, won
deringly, and Emily' placing a
A '1.11.1. ...it. 'll'-i
ieu uoiiar noie in ins nand,
added; "Jtiin down to tlie store
and buy, what your' mother
needs bo sure not to forget
fruit and jellies." ',
; "God bless your bright face,"
ne raurmurcti, m a cjioked voioe,
and.,tn jn-essivly" pressed her
nn nil
"I will stay ' here', 'until you
return," 'sW said, as he took
his hat and hurried away! Whcii
.1 .. , : t t. . - . :
tne young man returned, lie
found , i tli 6" kettle ''singing .over
he, fird,' ami the table set,wfylc
ittl'o'Aliee. wlio lia'd beeii awaII-
eneil b'.'the clieeVful souii'dj' sat
up, in her chair 'gating at Euiiiy
in amazement. "You are too
good, iiiss; 1 did pop believe
that there was oho left in the
World as'gooll as you "are," said
lorn, regarding her as if she
was something more' than hu
man. "Don't praise me, hiit
take out your, buujtles and I'll
nave supper, presently. Ul
9ovirso you got ,601110 steak r
"lea; inougii ..i, va. alraq
was doing wrpjig,"
l Emily reproved him. for - that
sentence, ijiid theuwent.ou with
her preparations. . In a short
tirriQ a repast, which to Tom and
Alice , seomed 1 a ubauqueti was
placed on 'tho ..-table, anditbe 11
Emily..,. departed, 1 eayingif fehe
"would como on the morrow and
ivash i tho 1 dishes. Tom's gaze
followed her' until sho was in
Visiblejvheii'heli'et'uriicd to th'd,
house, dropped on his'1 knees'
beside his mother's"' be and
thanked' Cod 'for : the fricntl
that hadloen'sent to th'cnji wheii
starvafion'seeined' iuevitaWbT '.
uThci noxt;day,iand.(Overy day
foe a 'week,,'. Emilyi Wlinrtoii
liWmrrVif '' I Via " aiVrti,rli'f"".''f ' IU.
and; Jv!?rwl' ftmt ..CM) wtc ,1 tha
invalid ami - heri ichildrii;" 'iot
'rvlll,i-vly 4''l'v;itl(iflt'rcw
sane, MMti Jiiit.i.jooiiia ilol
iVVl ....! ....-.
iij.no.wM ,niVsW.
brsfcf Mny oi earth .she .oqiildf
net rocover, A ml id, .hiii"lii 1
UW..WHO; Wild llkH.W(l'll$
iii'ii'ln i . I., 1. I'.J I ...A..!l.. .'IV ...... i
""""'' "-..vMti"ti, '.itii'i 1 urn r
WilsMr, j"1:i'idin -af-fiuff:i;r.Vili
niiiUiQrtwjijiiii., not I1.1w.ua h'jiHK:
Ollj if lil-.tUy' would 'only cmnti I
j
no
faiiil,' wllli, ,( 'inirnmliyu.
M() wuitliwiiaii piiterprL,,,, , , ,.
1 . . ' . ' 1' '' " "' '' ' ' " "l((I .('l, lrt
''"la.itny.ii'.UWvl
j.iig her bain iMp Iwtfr 01,
howl hav l Win !),- tlWu'kw
ii'T
He could iiot hear this terrible
blow rtlone;-1 with i little' Alice
cliilging t'6 him in lfoar. And
still ' the' minutes' dragged on,
and at length Emily 'came :aiid
stood by liia side,' and 1 to make
him 'stronger' she toolcone of
his hands hi her own; ' Togeth
er tho three looked dowtrupon
the. hlaliched faco arid' wasted
form of the invalid, and saw the
che$fc,'movef with' laborer! effort;
aijd the lijs, as if praying for
air.' G'r'6at sobs"sh6ok!j tlo'w'n
the sonV breast' Afd'''th'e tpara
rolled 'down his checks,"a'iid Jat
in at.- JL. .: j"j 1. i'..-'j
iinerviits 111.11 worus cauie ioru
A.l Lt , 1, ' .1 ) 1 . i,. .
e wnispers: "i
ouce
and' tried to finillfi' mr, rW. lifid
not the strengtll,,'Vn(l inslead
she worked her hand along the
counterpane . until .it tofliiched
uis.. , that, destroyed, , tlie ast
particfe ot ins, . self-control,, and
sinqiig ..upoij, iis jenees he, wept
when angiusl ,.. .makes. . hmi a
child, bcifojus,,PreMor, , ,lti , ,
J j if Iomy"u isaidiEmilyy in a' Jow
voice 1 11 . He Arose ' ust in, timo to
boo -the .ilasfci'pulsatioiv of-: his
mothef silifeait. Sho had gone
forovei'i fWealvened by grief lie
turned toward Emily, and gazed
upom .lie -imploringly, -i
-1 KBo t!alm,'Ueat friend," -she
saidtoarfullyi l' --" i- - '
"OnVEinilyyU-are'il tfiat
1 ,Ufiv6- left ! " Oh7r Emily; if I
d'd,:tdTovri:;o'u:' He
paused,' and liisDody shook like'
a leHl'1!A,gafn'lliVsfiok'oJ u'EiW
ily, next toilicrjl-Idyk' v6ti.
J "Yes, Tom," and" thus they
Wer'e liotro'tli'ed iii1 t!lier'hi!eencel
ofdeath.iJU'v,i 1 " '
.11. ;l I.
! Five years Jiad...'oasesincp
tho( u ight,when Iilraily.'gave Ton?,
her .promise at t he bedside of his
deaij, mitlicr. '. Yqry ,long 3 and
weary had been tlpose; years;
many heart-aches, som doubts
and ina'riW fears 'had come and
gone, only "to" come ' and iro
again. , Emily . . was , uow 23
years old, and looked upon by
the villagers as an old maid,
not that she was less'attractive,'
but because she had refused ' so
many lovers-4-sohie dstinguish-
eu aim souie ncn.
. , r 1 . ' i I . i , i r'iii ..iit
, . . i.i...:i it- .i . . ti. j . . I ti
.. "ily. child, any deav Emily,"
said her -father, toiio .evening;
.when they. were. csitting . otf the
piaza in the .very eaiuOf ,plac,A
whero she f bad ,. seen .her, ;Qnly
acceptoti, 'lover, 'Jl.u think ,;you
liavo done,, your : cluty.in wait-.
ing.) riour lik'j.your,qw.n, and
from thowfaet that -you ,-( have
not i heard from Tom it for ;iwo
yearB,,.it'is,Hot) likdy tiliat.you
wm ever hear froni, hini,agam, i
"JJou't-fatherJi Oh please.
doipt ,t, saw Emiy,k shuddering.
u'SiNy piiecious, i daughter,., I
wpuht .not., .pam ;iyQu,,!fori the
prliiiuJt.is, only. my,i Jovo. for
ou:than icaiisosiiijne; to .speak
thus..i,You proved 'to me, that
Tom was good, else I would aot
havo sancttfTriFrl'thL'-Tiigago
merit." m mmityiWMkt
Ins lortunp, . Jtalqng .witht him
us little sister. it is sad to
think 'of anytliinjJI'havlnjir Mrt
. .'!!, A ' I'lft,.!. I 1- .;l "(II f.
uoneuto mm, one time ana tu
f .1 .... lo . jiv 1 4.11 1 -i:t. I.....D tJ.
fence intycaiespiiicthiug" iu :
Ij Ilewill 'c'omohiiekjfalhet
she replic-d 'a fuf blTdreahiy lfipk
in her eyes. "Jom,, will cqinp.
IKlClw! till k lu'l I'jU fll IhiM 41 ti ilH
"IWH'moiriaVia- 'with
. . I
J, ( ll,'lll.trl rolll JT, fU .
'or, , tho Aillagem auL and
witUgricfer itj;Ws (..dnoaJfid
to sfee.i-thef fairesti floWbrntliils
ivitheV.f'llutttfio'nVorhingJEmi-.
A l" 'lll'"l '' .l 1 .'T.T ,(.ll
y cmi 4.81.,,iS!an.nd
ookiug liko.her former sol, and
lier.i parents wohderediifoe of
elOs.pl,aud.J"6i at. tw-Aliplit,-
carriaga iktl uw io thy lonr,
aud immpilififcr W iMYti'MtirWA. X
.""-J'lwiUy afamUti: it aryi bBftU
'iCiiIyom. ftirr'to alftrht. '"To-
tin
ii. '"'1 '1 ( .';:. :. , 1
l?.-diH"-jUP. hWMiv jlwuly,
s(iaiidingiiiiiithi.parlwi', presrjt'd
liitnds to Iicr lieiirf.-'rftl
irvOUH'ilV - f,1.'aw"n''Wiif5tfVi',t
' i. 11. r . (I, . .1. A I
'.ijiun has1 ftl wnyn'"i!ht)iio,hi1;.'!ir!.
i t- "y hnVt ' bo ' tn ,t;' ; i'iy;
ItvJ.M ?'a'c'vdd,ll'ov MV'if
I, r'.r'v ittMflH.' Drrr t.hi fef-"1 if-
?'a'c'yd(t,1;6v hiW -iVhcrt
be took my mothcV.'""' .
.
"And I kuew you would como
back, dearest" ,'iA. . - -
1 feix weeks later 3mily bc-
dame Mrs. Wilson, and a hap
pier home thai theirVdoes not
ekisU f Little Alice lives with
them yet, but ere long she, too,
will have a home of her own.
Bill Arp Illustrates Human
Nature.
"Tho only real inorit found in the
following ia, .that scolding . wivos
ami' rumbling husbands, Who keep
fate hoursj.gct a 'nice netting ;oiit.
There is more, truth than oddity ; in
thefoyoMiujCiVusion. Jhix ia a
,Ycry good observer of hiiinnn "na
tiir"'nni, ' loin's." 1 'Rehd and see
if ho is or not': . ' n , 1.
' -:-IJ4f.r.''AHp,'ltot'io'rth6' Rome
(Ga.) C!ownoic(Z,JUa8 boon swirn-
mjug aroiind the conucil chambers
e-v-e-r-v. night .during the inunda
tion of hia fcity, and here's what
comes of uis Being out :
Ev-e-r-y niglit!. Here it ia half
pas, ionc' o'clock! ., It's a wonder
you conic home at all! What do
7-you think a womanis made
for ?"l do believe if a robber wag
to cotnennd carry mo off you would
not care. .What ia At you - say?
City, ponncil business, must boat
tended to! llow do I know yoii go.
to the city council ? Does tho city
council meet c-v-e-r-y night ? Tbey
don't irieet but onco A week in Now
York.. But I suppose R-o-m-e ia a
mnje important , place, ( ()h, yes,
nut, of c'very niglit. Twelve o'clock
I stay with the cUildreit all alone--
lying uwako half Uie night waiting
ior you. Couldn't come liomo: any
BOOnprl Ut courso you couldn't
if you didn't want ta But I know
Homcthih'V j'yo'irth'ihlc'T 'don't, but
I (bv.nThatl do. I wish I didn't.'
Whoro woro you ; Monday, night,?
Tell mo. that.,,, Tho .marshal,, tojd
me the city council didn't meet that
niglit Now what have you got to
say?''' Couldn't get a quorum !
Well if you! couldn't., why: didn't
you 1 come, home? , Out , c-v-e-rry
night-r-iiunting for aquorum.
But'you wouldn't hunt for me this
lata if I Was missing. Where were
yoir 'Thursday' niglit and Friday
Might?! iThoreiwas a show in town,
wasn't there? What did you buy
that bottle of hair oil for . and hide
ft? ' 'Oil fof'youi' hone, indeed!
Who ever heard of hair oil for a
whetstone! So you think : I didn't
see you iu the other room brushing
and greasing your hair and looking
in the glass at your pretty self? A
man ought to bo decent, lie ought,
ought, ought he! Yes, indeed, a
manj ought to, and a decent man
will 'stay at homo with his wife
sometimes and not be out e-v-e-r-y
nignt "-now comes it that tlio city
ypitncil .didn't meet but twice a
month. last year? Trying to work
it out, of. debt!, Tea, that's proba-ble-vory-laughing
nnd joking,
and sin'okhig and swapping lies will
work a debt on", won't it? Now I
wnnt-r-to-T-know liow much
longeryou are going to
keep iip this night business ?
Yes, I wan't to know. Out c-v-c-ryl
i)igni." (jity- council) .f reemasons,1
sluxws,' 1 hair , oi 1 anil ; brush,: . and
bniBhv,and br.iish iinti)iyoa',vc,nearr
ly.worn out tho brush ami your
head too. What ia it you say? ' It
helps1 yotir business. tf koep- uu'
yoiu' social relation l .Ah,, indeed!
You've got rclatiwis, hpvo at home,
sir. . 'hey need keeping up some I
Bho'idd 'think1; ' What did you ' say
qhorit catching it the btlier night at
.1 iwhisb party? ! Fellows, its 11
treloek,, but let's play a while Ion
g'errwa, won't catch it any , worse
whcii' wo get ' hoine. 'A pretty
speccrt 'fori a; d'-c-e-en-t man " to
niake. Catch it. Catch it! Well,
I intend yoiMtkUUittkiU-jUi little.
What's that, you say? If ,1 .wouldn't
fi et you so you would stay at li'onio
iiiore,!. .Well, sir, do you., stay at
hoiiio first a few nights and try . it.
Perhaps tho 1 fretting' would stop,
pjit'e-v-e-r-V -night becailso I fret
yoii.' Kb. id What's that, sir? Yr,u
know hitlies.jiyho .atjit. alwaj-s- a
W1,iFb,'.8V.a,?d''!' lYo''i do.
dd yout now conio you tf, Ichow
thk'tn? 'What 'light hivb "vou to
.. . . . . -
k,adw -f hcthot othoT woin",ti fret1 or
Kit?, sThat's always tha wny: You
!!?-; 1 1 aM i-fin,! women , are,
saints but vour wiv-iu nil voa
BafrttU'ym.fr.'i' rtl bav'o you to
ldiow'fiii', thf.t tltcro isn't a woman
iu .tins toir rt' Ihftt'A ttloi'd of a saint
irf V.r1 ,.'. a. nl know them all, siiw-a
ll-era-r lllm, limn l,n,l In Vll
'1.1'. ill I'F" 1fJ VM'Hli , J VI. vu
peo tho sugar and honey Bide
VJitliem, and they only see tho
rsrtgrtr--i-eidc- Of you. ' iow, sir,
ji tint) want you to know that if you
caVl stay. at home more thai, you
vlfjvr-jl Jeayo ,thesn children here
to get burnt npi anil I'll go out c-v-Q---y
night. ' When ' a poor ' woman
gotsr'dt'speriitc, wlij', ' sir,' sho .is
Hli(5,i'ii doHporate.thatl's all.". 1 1
,1 Ji . , ; ' 1
AuttMioHidAN . school-master
Says: 1 ".Uvill spell ouny ,man
.woman or ciunii . ui.,uio uuu
Ijnito.iilbr! a diekshonary, . or a
cash pri.o of one hundred dol
lers a side the money to .be
awarded by--(-kommUteo of
chirgymtn. oc Bkool. (directors.
Tharo. has been a ; darn sib of
blowin about iny epollin j mvv
l.waiil. thtiiil to put Up or shot
up. I wont bd pub dQwiV-iby a
pal'i'of iJ ignarikmmuses' be-
t:aiise;Ivdill'er with i noar ' Wob
ulijrfl Rtilii hf npfillili.'' !' 1
V j li,i.i'l!'.W'.ll!l.l..' .!!.' 1 1 1,1 " ""r.l
..FcajitTiiun' iSfimtoi'H, 'a all . uM,
..I. j 1 . 1. ..1 1
jVHtu.M!1 'llS,i.1. hftcfc.-viiy . wivo.rml
iVtio the 'TreUiury., "Ami lll .thure
ii room.
Must Such Things Be?
A girl who 'all day turns out of'
her way to avoid' stepping into a ' "
tub of cold soap-suds which ought
to have been emptied out the day "
tho washing was finishod, cannot
be recommended a3 a good house- :
keeper. , .. ... . -..' ... . -'ir.-,. '1
Moreover, if she empties, cleanses , , '
and Bets the tub away at the proper
time, but leaves a knife iu the but-'
tcr-crock, 0 spoon in tho apple- . j
sraice jarj and' a tert inch platter J
with a mouthful of meat , and, a
sixion on it, on a shelf behind tho .
pantry door oV' if you llnd in the ; '
bread bowl an old towel and a piece '.','"
of table cloth, both mildewed, with
1'.lt9."f.J!10.nyJj''?1id'- t.&D- -
from crumbs to half loaves, dnmi. 1
od in with a, fresh ,bae, ''"caii '
not bo called tidy. . . . .'., , ... ,., ,d ..1 1
Or, if the wutcr-pitchers 'oif the '' '
washstands through the house are '.
black with dust in the bottom, or"
the soap-dishes inake, good' sjiAts
without an' application of. soap'--'
other than ,'tljat .which : lias . b'eii''
clinging to them for a inonth ior ..
two ; or if there arc a lot of dust
and fenthcrs under 'the bed; lft
the pillows are hafd for want of ai)1;
ing ;, and tho windows are so diityj'
that a sunny day looks- dark find t
cloudy through , theln'; ' rfiiOuiig'"
spiders .are. practiu'uig,,.tb8,ijur,ttiQf 1(, ,
spinning,' by ' running ' do j'yenn"'
nose oil '.nice '.littlu'riiigesi, ''fllfpl)'
webs ; be sure the girl 4n -eharga ti
has been diaapiiiiitoJ, .1 iji loy'oVj
a poor stick or' thing naturally, sun'tr.
- All this is bhd eniligh', bui fliirik'
of eating after . her jcooking U jJSoi r
doublj' she Avipe np(the flod'P'WitH ",
thodish-tlot'li ; wasjiqs, icft-rAftjR!''
saucers aftot greasy plates and can-' '
dlesUck's ; iisesthe'frying'pan'ronl'j
day to day without .waslnngt;.iBubH'
stitutes her 'apron!'" dr "dress' for 'a' '''
bolder, or dish-towel ; -,mixedw npv..t
pancakes with'; hor JI ii grrS ' "'dft d 1" "
combing ,.lier, hair; andi'ippwadi,',. ,
beefstoalvH on a table where she hag 1
I ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' I " i. . ft ,!( (4 I..-V4
ocuii Buuui inj; kuivcs. , t ., , , , ,o
The only gnard against starva- .
tioii, if you must Bubinit'tp 8iich' a ,t"
state of things, is never to go., near, a-.
tho kitchen'. ' Evcn 'thon there" is'"'''
danirer of beinff Doisoned. or of dv-..
ing from eating your "peck of dirt" 1 ''
iu too muck of a hurry. Elm
Orlou. ' ' . 1
What to do in Case of Accident.
Pro.Wild'er, of Cornell XtnU"':!
versify, gives ' the " following""'
short rules for action in cases or,,!
accidenti which will he found
useful to remey)ei'.''.'.''':Va"'ii.'..i
, For dust; in the eyesl'',aicridi'''i
rubbing j , dash'l waler in tAiom jn.'.
remove cinders etc.:nvith' the-"
round point .'of.. lead p6nclt",1, 1',,
, KemoVe" vater n-oni" the oar'1"
by itepidt wat'ei;,; ,'ide,ve'r pjuV jj
hard ihstrument intd the ear.1""" '
If an; m-tory is' cut, '. cowipicess'' ,
above the wound if fl vein- '-i-'
cnt,Pompress:iiQiow:':;;::;::;;r";
1. If choked get on all fours" '
andpough.;;::;,1.-;" ;;;;.::
ii For slight burns, dip the-
part in coldimtCff'rrthe-skin
is rlesjrriyoM-AWH3y
nish. ; 'XUflAUmVi VP
CM 1 v tiU'.ili 1juil.it At
onuother fire - with carpets.
kctfz water - wilr.6fien3 gbreSwliZ
burning oil tcViid"C;'increase
the ilaiTger,;.- rPeforo ,vPft?lfta
t lirough smoke take a long
breath, ,a li'd, Iheii pfoop 6yf i'br
if carbolio acid gas is suspected--walk,
erect, ,. , t
, ; buck poisoned wounds un
less yotir, luouthis sore; enlarge,
wounds or,1 what -is better, veufc"
put the parts VwitWuirdelay'
hold the wounded part a long"
as cap ho. born to, a k9fMi',,w'''
end of a cigar. ' " 1 ' .u"i"
... I'caso of 'poisoning', JfacftC
vomiting by tickling the throat,"
or by;,'warm, water, find.m'ustad,',,'
, ' For acid poisons, "give alka- -lies
;' for alkalin' bpisons'giye',''',
acids white of an egg is good
iu most case j in cases of opi
um poisoning give strong coffee
and keep moving. nt-iiiyr. a h a
'' If in water,' floalf on the back
with nose and mouth project-
in". .B'M'l.nil iUIi 1M1J IUA
Vox appoploxy, raise the licail
and body,; for, fainting lay.tb,
person flat. , .,. .,,. lu.yi
A uNti lady ut schdoli i'ligaged''1- .
in tho study of grammar, -was ask'vd " '
If a kiss wart 11 common' or- a proper'''''
nouii. After Borne hesittttiod' the
replied: "It Is both' omiiioii fi'inpi
pi'oper.'v Sensible girl.''!"
... . ... n
i Uri iM Kt
. ti ""! ' i
" Miw. iVrKii riiT.u's baby wasi-iiitJ,,!!
kin.? ' ti; tromcndoiis' noiso,1 '''and a "
frii'lid Mskeil lVtor why It 'w:ts 1 no ,';
cross. "It hni a Htiirmy iiHitlioiv,'t ' f
naiil . lV.lcr, w,tTTW "vom
'nct'dn't 'woudf r iflts'it litlto iiuaPy'.
it's quite natural." ' "

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