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A EEAVE IRISH BOY",
A Story of Kentucky.
In the month of M.iv. 11. a lmy 'f
iiftcun, with a small l-itiulli' titnIiT liis
arm, niilil hnv liecn sci'ti walking
wearily aver a nuili Kontinky mail.
Hi hair was drown, hi evos ww ray,
Hii'l thoiv w;is a j''oil-hiiinoivil expn-s-sioii
tin liis lifnail Celtic fai-p, for our
bi'i'o viih Hint Irish boy. who hail jfont'
out into tins worlil to srk huf ft i tuiuj.
'Where will 1 si'ip to niht?" thought
Pat llonch.for that was his itann'. "Last
nijjht I slept on th ground, ami it's stiff
I was this morning."
At this moment his ryes fell upon a
large ami imposing mansion, on a little
eminence to tlm l ight.
"Maybe they'll let me sleep in the
barn," lie thought. "Anyhow, I'll give
them the din noo."
He turned into tlie front gate and
walked up to the front door find knock
ed, for there was no bell.
The door wasopened by a colored wo
"Woll, child, what do you want?" she
asked, not unkindly.
"Chii you let me hleep in tint barn?"
"What (1M'R the boy want. Chloe?"
n-sked a young lady who had just enter
ed the broad hall.
"Ho wants to (deep in the barn, Miss
The young lady came forward and
looked pleasantly at the boy.
"What is vour name?" she asked.
"Where are you going?"
"To seek my fortune, Miss."
"Haven't you a home?"
"Yes, Miss, but there's more of us
than father can keep, and I'm the old
est So I'm goin' out for myself."
"Where did you sleep last night?"
"On the ground."
"That was a pity. Yuu didn't enjoy
it, did von?"
"Not much, answered I'at, shrugging
liis shoulders. "But it was cheaper."
"I suppose you haven't much money?"
said the young lady smiling.
"iSot a cent, Miss."
"Have you had any supper?"
"Yes, Miss, I've had a cracker."
"You must still be hungry?"
"Try me and see," saidl'at, drolly.
"I will," said the young huly, smiling.
"Chloe, take this boy into Hip kitchen
and give him a good supper."
"And may I sleep in the barn after
"No, but you may sleep in tlie house.
Chloe let him occupy the littlo back
room on the second floor." Thank vou,
Miss," said Tat gratefully. "It will bo
a fine thing to sleep in a real bed again."
Chloe was well disposed to second tho
benevolent intentions of her young mis
tress. She gave I'at the best meal he
had eaten for mouths, and drew out the
boy's story, which I'at was rpiito ready
to tell. In return she, told the hoy that,
the estate was owned by Mrs. Stanton,
and her daughter, who were left wealthy
by the late, Mr. .Sianton, who had diell
during the last year. Besides herself
there was a man-servant, but ho was ly
ing sick with a fever.
"You'd better hiro nie," suggested
I'at. "while he's sick."
"You can't do a man's work, chile."
"Try me and see," said I'at. "I can
ate a man's supper, anyhow."
"You're right there, honey," said
Chloe, showing her teelh.
A little after eight o'clock, I'at, being
fatigued with luV long tramp, went to
bed and mis soon fast asleep. Mrs.
Stanton and her daughter sat in a room
on the second lloor, one working and
the other reading nloud, when tho
daughter approaching the window de-iTi'-'d
to hT alarm, a company of
men, ten in limner, approa.hiii' the
At thU Cine it w as ti t tite 'otumon for
siiKi'l nviii!.' bands, M--in; tl,. run-he,
off a ('oi.'Mor? .vddier. but rtallv
ODly robber, int.-nt upon plomh r, to
fteour th? coun'ry, forcing tbWr titranrt
into "lonely hm-e, -md enrryin" off
whatever of value th v found. "
Now it happi-nd that Mrs. Stanton,
who had recently reeeiw-d a large pay
ment, had no less than two thousand
dollars in Northern greenbacks in her
Louse, ami then; n feared would be
discovered in ransacking the housn and
carried oil". This money was uppermost
in her mind and that of" her daughter.
"What shall we do with tho money,
Jennie?" she nsked in a tone of distress.
"Where can vn hide it?"
"I know of no safe place. Tho house
will be thoroughly Neardied."
Dut I can't all'ord to lose it," said
Mra. Stanton in dismay.
Give it to me, iiiot1(.r, iiav
thought of a way of wi inj it. There
may bo some risk about it but it may
Krotn a bureau dmwer the mother
took roll of largo bills, am) wm, treni.
bling hand delivered it to her daughter.
"What urn you going to do, Jennie?"
' "I will tell you afterwards. Nw
there U no time.'
The young lady siiininotied Chloe,
briefly explained! her purpose, and pro
ceeded to the room occupied by 'i'at
I'at awoke, on beingMhakeii, and stared
in surprise lit hU, visitors.
"What's wanted?" he asked.
"Are you an honest boy? Can I trust
you?" asked tho young lady abruptly.
"1 never stde a cent in my life, said
"1 will trust you, then," said Jeunio
luielly. "There are some robbers ap
proaching the house, who will carry oil'
all they en ii timl. Now we have 2,(HK)
in the "house."
Two thousand dollars!" ejaculated
I'at in ania.ement.
"Yes. The only place they won't
think of searching is in your pocket,
Dress as ipiickly as possible, and put
this money in v'our pocket."
"Yes, Miss; "what will I do then?"
These men will probably stay all
night. Early in the morning before
sunrise ---you must leave the house and
stay awaV till ten or eleven o'clock.
Chloe will give you some fix id to tako
with ii. lo vim understand?"
"I!y li'ii probably those men will bo
gone," and jou can bring the money
"Ye.s, Miss. I'll bring it back faith
fully. Loud knocks were heard at the
door, ami the two hurried away. Open
ing the front door they confronted tho
"What do you want at this late hour?"
"Supper and .shelter for the night,"
answered the leader.
"Who are you. sir?"
"Captain Jones, of the Confederate
"Why are vou away from the main
"That's my business," answered the
so-called Capt. Jones impudently.
"If you insist upon entering, you must,
but we object to turning our house into
"Can't help it. Miss. It's one of the
necessities of war. Kile in men."
Chloe was obliged to produce from
the pantry all the cooked food in the
house, and the men did justice to it.
Jennie Stanton reniaiurd up feeling in
no humor to go to bed. When the re
.past was over, Captain Jones said:
"Miss Stanton. I learn that you have
a large sum of money in the house. We
must have it."
"What, would you plunderus?" asked
the young lady indignantly.
U'e don't take it for ourselves. It is
for tho cause," said the leader hypocriU
ically. . "You may as well bring it at
once and save the trouble of a search.
You can't deny that the money was paid
you last Monday."
"I don't deny it," said the young lady
intrepidly, "but it has already passed
out of our possession."
"I don't believe it." said the captain,
looking very much disappointed.
"Then you may search the house," said
Jennie, outwardly bold, but inwardly
trembling, lest the money should be dis
covered. "I will," said Captain Jones. "Of
course, where such a large amount is
concerned, we cannot trust the word ef
'Very well, sir, proceed. Chloo, go
with these gentlemen."
She slipped away to inform her moth
er of what she had done, and put her
on her guard.
In the course of the soarch they came
to Pat's room.
"Who sleeps here?" asked the leader.
"A poor Irish boy, who asked for a
'Let mo see him,"
The door was thrown open, and Pat
stared at his new visitor.
"What's your name, boyP" askod
"Do you live here?"
"No, sir; tho ladies let mo sleep here
to-night. They gave mo a good supper
"Where are you traveling?"
"I'm seeking my fortune."
"Are those your clothes?"
To Chine's great alarm, Capt. Jones
tooK up rat s poor garments, and
thrust his hands into the pockets. Hut
she need not. have been alarmed. Pat
had taken out. the bills, and put them
under the sheet upon which he was
lying. Only a cent was found in tho
"You are not very rich," said Jones.
"If I whs, what would I he seeking my
fortune for?" he answered.
"There's nothing here," said Jones
The search continued, and a few ar
tides of small value, were discovered,
but the great prize was not, to be found.
Capt. Jones concluded thntMiss Stanton
was right after all, and contented him
self with what he had found.
About four o'clock in the morning
Pat was called by Chloe, who gave him
some provisions in a paper, and lot hiui
"You'll come back?"
"Never fear." said Pat.
About nineo'clock Jones and his party,
after m ii ample breakfast, left the house.
Still Mrs. Sianton felt nervous ami anx
ious about the money. .
"Jennie," hlie said, "that boy will
never come back."
"I think he will mother."
' It u s a crazy idea trusting a poor
Ir.h U.y, whom we had never seen be.
foie Ui roynt with m large a sum."
"It whs the only thing we could do,
mother. If we los it, it will be no
wor-e than Laving Captain Jones take
"Two thousand dollar will be a great
temptation to a bo like that."
'Mother, I like the hoy's face, and I
will stake a great deal on" his honesty."
"When you havo lived as long as I
have, Jennie, you won't be so ready to
trust a stranger. Why, the boy is only
a tramp." '
''Kven a tramp may bo honest."
Mrs. Stanton sigheil.
"Depend upon it," she said, "we shall
never sec the money again."
Two hours passed". It was after eleven,
and still not ding was to be seen of Pat
The young lady herself grew nervous.
After all, perhaps her mother was right.
But at half-past eleven there was a
knock at the door. It was oponod, and
"Have you got the money" asked Chloe
"Every dollar of it," said Pat prompt-'y-
"What made you stay so longP"
Pat explained that ho had mot Capt.
Jones uml his men, who made him black 1
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all their boots, and thus detained him
an hour. For this service they gave him
a live-dollar Confederate note, which
was far from lieing an extravagant re
muneration for his labor, depreciated as
"He didn't think I had such a pile of
money in my jioeket," chuckled Pat "I
could have paid him better for blacking
my boots. "
"Did vou coino here directly afteryou
"No, Miss. I didn't dare, for fear he
would suspect something. I came as
soon as I could. Here's the money, and
I'll bid you good-by."
' Jennie said a few w ords to her mother.
Then she turned to Pat.
How would you like tolive with us?"
"Tip-top!" answered Pat promptly.
"Then you shall do so. on siiall not
be wholly a servant, but we will see that
you are 'educated and prepared for a
good position hereafter. You have shown
yourself worthy of confidence, and will
"find us not ungrateful."
So Pat found a home and friends. He
had sought his fortune and found it He
is now a prosperous ami thriving man,
and has been able to provide for his
parents, and help along his younger
brothers and sisters. Had he abused the
conlideiue reposed in him ami, carried
off the two thousand dollars, it is hardly
likely that his future would have been
Boycotting a Enmscller.
There is something terrible in the sit
uation of a person whom everybody
agrees to severely I ahiK. This is about
what it means to lm "Itoycotted." How.
ever unjustifiable this treatment of Mr.
Boycott was (whose case in Ireland or
iginated the word), it may have its ue
in the way of discipline for a social crim
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In Butlerville, Ind., some time ago. a
man got a license and opened a saloon.
The people of the village met and re
solved not to have nnytl.ing to do with
him. They would sell him nothing, they
would not notice him on the street; in
fart, disregarding him in every way.
When he Went to a store the merchant
"Are you the man that sells liquor iu
our tow u?"
"Well, then, sir, I cannot sell you any
He could not get mail at the post-oflice
for any one but for liinbelf without a
written order. He cursed, raved, but
soon closed his saloon and went into
something better than making drunk
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Another man oened a saloon there
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