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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
iriHT HUMMUS INOMMYt IXCHPTIDI.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
A farmer traveling with hii lod
Picked np horienhne In the ro1,
And Balled It fail to hit barn duor,
TUat luck mifht down upon him pour.
That arery blewinj known In life (
Wight crown hl homnlead and hit wifa.
And never any kind of harm
Deacend upon hia growing farm.
But die ill. fortune toon tirgan
To visit the aalonlahed man.
llii hena declined to lay their
III bacon tumbled from their pw,
And rata devoured the fallen legal
Ilia mm, that never failed before,
Mildewed and rutted on the door;
Ida grass iff mod to end in hay;
In ahort, all tnoved the crooked y.
Next Spring a pientdrnuth bakeM Hie and,
And roasted ecry pea in od;
The beana declared they could not grow
80 long ai nature acted ao;
Redundant inaecta reared their brood
To alarve lor lack of juicy food ;
The MftNea from Uriel Mdi-a wenloff
Aa 11 they had the whooping cough,
And nothing of the usual kind
To hold together felt inclined ,
In ahort, it wna no use to try
While all I lin land wan in a fry.
One morn, demoralised with grief,
The fanner clammed for relief,
And prayed right hard to understand
What wilrhi rafl now pnasenacd the land;
Why hoiiteand Innn in misery grew
Since he nailed up I he "lucky" Mine.
While thua dismayed o'er miiltera wrong
An old 111:111 churn ed In conic along.
To whom he told, with vt 01 iiunou.I tears,
Ilow his afl'.iii were in arrears,
And what a desperate slaie of tilings,
A pii ked up horseshoe sometime bring.
The stranger asked to (( the shoe,
The farmer brought il into view;
I'.ut when the old man raised his head,
lie Inugheil nutriKlit and quickly anil,
"No wonder nkiea upon you flow 11
Vou've nailed the horseshoe upside down.
Just turn it round, and soon you'll aee
How you nnd fortune will agree."
The farmer turned the horseshoe round,
And ahowera began ao awell the ground;
The aimshine Inugheil among his grain
And heapson heaps piled up ihr wain
The loll his hay could barely hold,
Ilia cattle del as they were told ;
Ilia fruit trees needed sturdy prop
To hold the gathering npple crop;
Ilia tiirnipand imlnlof llelda
Astonished all men by their j icl.u;
Folka never saw such ears of corn
Aa in hia smiling lulls were born ;
Ills barn was full of bursting bins
Ilia 'wile presented him with twins;
Ilia neighbors marveled more and mora
To see the increase in hia atore.
And now the merry fanner sings
"There are I wo waya of doing things;
And when fur good IticW you would pray
Nail up your hoi-scsline the rtiW way."
-Jantft T. Midi in IUlnr.i' .iyiz,ue for
All their lives llioy had lived in Still
bornugh, Mrs. Cranstone nnd her daugh
ter Mary Anne called for short, Tolly
and, ever miico she was old enough
Tolly had helped Iter widowed mother
in the little Merlin wool nnd stationery
business that produced them a hare liv
ing, rather to Tolly's discontent, for sho
would fain have been aide to dress
smartly, and see more of the world
than StilllMiroiih was aide to show her.
Mut Tolly was a good girl at heart, if
a little vain and discontented with her
lot, and sho was better oil' than some,
girls, too, for sho had a lover, Richard
Iieinpstcr, clerk, in the Stillliorotigh
bank, who lodged with his mother al
so a widow in the upper rooms of Mrs.
One evening, Mrs, Cranstone nnd her
daughter sal in the little parlor behind
the shop taking ten. H was a frosty
winter night, and tho brown teapot was
kept on the hob that it might not chill.
So was the plate of sausage, which t;il
ed all the more crisp and savory in con
sequence. The door between the .-.hop
and tho room stood open that any
chance customer might be seen at onco
by tho tea drinkers, but the bell hud
not jingled since tin y took their seats.
"Trade is dreadfuli" said Mrs. Cran
stone, tran-ferring a sausage to her
plate by means of the long cnoking
fork -"'trade is dreadful! 1 should jut
give it up if il g(, a little worse; hut,
dear me, I never had nny lin k in any
thing. Another cup, Tolly? What a
comfort tea is, to be sure!"
"Then give me a cup, won't you, Mi s.
Cranstoner"' said a voice behind them.
"I want comfort, I'm sure. Here's my
mother gone mil, and forgot to leave
tho key, and nothing for me to do hut
to sit on the stairs nnd cool my heels."
"Dick! la! how you scared me coin
ing in so sudden,'1 screamed Mary
"Sit down, do," said Mrs. Crnnslone.
"Take your went, Dick, and have your
supper with us. Your mother stopped
in to tell me she wouldn't he hack unlil
late, and the key is in the till."
"About all there is there, too," said
Mary Anne, with n pout, "und I want n
new winter jacket."
"Iook here, Mis. Cranstone," said
the young mini, slowly turning himself
towurd the young laily. "Look here,
ma'am; here's someone ready nnd wil
ling Ui buy that winter jacket and all
the other things Tolly will ever want.
We've been engaged a year now, nnd
Kt last Tve got & ris0 ju niy salary.
VUiy should wo put it oft" any longer?
Jell Tolly that it's ull nonsense. Sho
won't listen to me."
"Well, I don't think long ni"-.-..
mentA are bust," said Mrs. Cranstone.
'What I should say to Tolly would he
Have 1.1m now.1 "
"Oh, well! I siipi.se J shall be both,
rrcd until I do say yes," replied Maiy
Anue; and then the anxious lover, plead.
Ing his cntiso earnestly, the wedding
day was actually lixoif for Christmas
Kve, which was at that tium uhnut a
This conversation, as well niho even
meal being over, Mrs. Cranstone dis
cretely retired to tho shop, ntul left tho
Jovera alone. However, she did not
dtay away long. In a few moments
Mho came running in with her glasses
on her noso, and an open letter in her
"Head this, one of you," sho said.
"I've read it, but I cmi'l bolievo I un
derstand it. Ji "ceius as if I must be
crazy. Here, you read it, Dick, I have
more confidence in oii."
Then she put the letter into his hand,
and sat down at the table.
"I found it on the counter," said she.
"Tim postman must. h;te thrown it
there. I don't know whether it's n hoax
or not, but it's gid a regular stamp on,
an' all. My gracious, how queer I
Meanwhile Dick solemnly placed tho
sheet of paper before him, read it
through, and turned back to the tiirst
"It isn't n 1 oa,," said he. "It's :i
regular lawyer's letter, ami what, it tells
von is that votir old uncle, dames Cran
stone, of Mincing Line, London, is
tlead, and you are his heiress to tho
tune of twenty lhoti,niid pounds."
"Tinch me! 1'ollv," cried Mrs. Cran
stone,. "I mean il. dear; and if I don't
wake up, Til think it's true."
"Oh, psha! ma! It's true enough,"
cried Mary Anne. "Ilow lucky! W hen
are we to have llie money? Oh, isn't
Mut Dick gave a little sigh.
"Mrs, Cranstone," In- s;iid, "maybe
you think a poor clerk not rich enough
or tine enough for otir daughter, now
you are as well oil' :i that. If so, say
so out and out, nnd I II bear il, as well
as I can."
"Why, Dick, if I was a queen. I'd
think you a good son-in-law," said Mrs.
"And you, Toll;, 1'" said Dick.
"J shall wail tin! il I gel my .diamonds
on before I t:i!-.e nii.s." .-.aid his lady
love. Nevertheless I he fori une made a
change in the programme. It was nec
essary for Mr. 'i :m -tone to go to Lon
don, and Mary Anne must go with her,
sho said; and, on the whole, it seemed
best to postpone llie wedding for
"It wouldn't he respectful to Cnclo
James to marry immediately," said the
So Dick had the tuihuppiness of see
ing his lady-love leave Siillhorough,
and went bark to bis desk al the bank
with a very heavv heart.
However, he worked hard, and many
letters comforted him: and at lat his
liancee returned gorgeous in the last
IiOtidon fashions; and there was all the
bustle of buying a new house, furnish
ing it, and taking possession of it - and
very liltle time for lovers to be to
gether. "You see," said Mrs. Cranstone, to
Dick, "you see JNilly- I mean Marian -that's
what we've got to call her now,
nicknames are so vulgar, she says, and
Mary Anne sounds so common -Marian
is just a liltle set up with our change of
fortune. She'll sellledown after awhile;
but voting people will be young people,
At home Dick got less comfort.
"Tolly feels her money; she shows
it," said his mother. "And the place
is too line for me, and the servants
stare too much. Sarah Cranstone is a
sensible woman, but Tolly isn't much
to depend on. You'll find that out,
And poor Dick did find it. out.
"You see, Mr. Dempster," said Tolly,
one day, twirling the cheap ring ho had
given her softly about on her linger,
"You see, somehow, I'd ralher not bo
married for a long while. I don't want
you to bo angry with me, but I never
was rich before - and it's so nice. I 'get
so much attention. I don't want to
settle down as an old married woman
"I II wait, Tolly, replied nick.
"Ah, but -but you see it might be no
use," said Miss Cranstone, wincing a
little at the old familiar name. "Per
haps 1 may never want to marry; and
if you don't mind taking back the ring,
why wo can be. friends ull the same."
"(Jan we?" said Dick, in a strange
"Well, I shall never be your enemy."
And he nut the ring into his pocket;
but he did not- trouble the servant to
open the door of the big house again.
"What ails Dick, Tolly?" iisked Mrs.
Cranstone. "Why don't he come here
"It's just as well ho shouldn't," an
swered the girl; "and if you only could
drop culling me Tolly, ma; I hate it so."
"You didn't used to hale our poor
grandmother's name," said Mrs. Cran
stone, "but money has spoiled you, Mary
Anne, if ever it spoiled a woman."
"Don't be cross, ma," coaxed Tolly.
"Dick is very well, but he is common;
nnd you know how clcgiut young Mr.
Lester is, nnd and he pays me a great
deal of attention."
"Ah, that's il." sighed Mrs. Cran
stone; "he's cut Dick Dempster out.
ou've jilted the poor boy."
And now I'ercival Lester caino often
to see Miss Cranstone, wits her escort
everywhere, drove her out, walked w ith
her, sang sentimental songs with his
eyes fixed on her face, and did all that
might bo done to show "what his in
tenlions were," And one day Mrs.
Cranstone was not surprised by hear
ing that Mr. Lester desired to seo her
"Yes, Til go to see him, my dear,"
said Mrs. Cranstone, putting on her
best cap at tho glass; "but I can't help
thinking of pom' Dick."
Mr. Lester sat in the drawing-room
in exactly the proper attitude, and prop
erly etched- no more, lie informed
the old lady that he had lost his heart to
hor daughter, ami that as he believed
In had found favor in that young lady's
eyes, desired to have permission to pay
And Mrs. Cranstone listened calmly
and answered thus:
"Mr. Lester, 1 think you are what
they call a very good match, and Tve
nothing against you. It shall be iw sho
clioorW. Only it's but fair to tell you
this. You must lake my daughter for
herself, for in a week's time we shall
jeuve this house, and go bind, to my lit
tle shop. I've been speculating, (ind
well, you know how things go some
times." "Yes, I know," replied Tcrcival. Ho
turned tutlu iw death as he spoke, and
sut looking down ut the carpel.
After a whilo he said.
"I am very sorrv, very sorry Indeed,"
and arose and bowed himself out of tho
An hour HfiorwnriU Tolly, to whom
her mother had told the same story of
pceulntlon und loss, received ft nolo.
It ran thus:
"Mr Daiu.ino Maui w, You know
I adore and must adore you for ever,
TilK DAILY UAIIM) HULLETIN:
but my habits are extravagant My
father, like your mother, has entered
into disasiroiis speculations, and I will
not bind you to a marriage which could
result, in nothing but misery.
Yours ever, in deep despair,
Ah, it was all like a dream to Polly.
They went back to the old house, and
the shop was opened again. The dirty
boxes were brushed, tho counter oiled,
the pins and bullous, and striped bluo
clastic, and boxes of cheap thimbles,
and llie card board mottoes stamped for
working in silk, graced tho glass onco
The same limited number of custom
ers dropped in, and Tolly served be
hind the counter and washed the dishes
in the back room. She was very wretched
and life looked very dark indeed to her.
Mrs. Deinpsler and her son still lived
on the upper lloor. The mother told
Mrs. Cranstone that she thought Dick
was beginning to like Nellie lirown,
the hair-dresser's pretty daughter.
Sometimes Dick wottid pass tho win
dow, hut he never looked toward it.
Tolly used to sit behind tho" counter
thinking of him. W-hat a lover sho had
had, and she hail cast him away for a
fortune-hunter. Her verdict was that
she deserved her punishment, and sho
was very sad and very meek.
She expected nothing now but to die
an old maid, living behind that little
shop counter, and never having any ad
miral ion or intention again.
In this mood she sal beside her moth
er one winter evening. The table was
spread wilh the thick stone china; the
brown teapot and the plate of sausages
his..eil 011 ll.e Imli. The door stood
open between tl.e shop and purlor. All
that had happened since might have
been a dream, and it might have been
the same ni;:hl. a car before, when tho
letter had come to thrin which had
made such chaii. cs. and Tolly had even
poured out the seeotid cup of tea for her
mother, when the door into the store
creaked, and looking up, she saw Dick
standing there, big mid brown as ever,
with such a look in his eyes. Mut it
could not be for her; she did not de
serve il. And Tolly dropped her head
upon her hands and burst into tears.
Then she felt Dick kneel down beside
her and put his arm around her waist.
"Look at me. Tolly," ho whispered.
"Look al me my dear. I can not bear
il any more. I never can help loving
you. and for all that's come and gone,
I delicto you (to love tne a little."
Then Tolly found courage to put her
hands 11 1 mil his shoulders, and whisper:
"till! Dick. I believe I do."
They were married in a very little
w hile, and il was only after the wed
ding lliat Mrs. Cranstone, with a very
solemn face said she had a confession
"I haven't lost my money at all my
dears," she said. "Tin half afraid of
it, for it seemed to bring iinhappiness
with it. Yel still it's comfortable to be
rich. And now you are married to an
honest man, that chose, you when you
wero poor; my dear, we might as well
make the best of il, and all go over to
gether to the big house, the servants are
keeping for u.s, thinking we're oil' on a
journey. I shall never blame myself,
and I don't think any of you will blame
Dick looked at Tolly, hut she only
threw her anus about his neck and hid
her face in his bosom and said:
"The money can not make mo any
happier than I am, I ick."
And even Mis. Dempster declared:
"The house don't seem too line to me
now, for there's love in it, and truth in
it, and ins Dick is as happy as the
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