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AN ANUKL U.NA WAKES.
"I've got such a nice place, mother;
loth Mr. and Mrs. Glover tiro really
kiu'l, -rood-natured people," said win
some Annie Seatield, one bright sum
mer's morning, as she began taking ofi
her ueat black bonnet and crape trim
med dress, that spoko so silently but
eloquently of a recent bereavement iu
the littlo "family.
"I uever thought the day would
come when you would be compelled to
go out and servo other people," re
plied her widowed mother quuruously.
"If your poor father was not dead and
gone, I could almost "
"Hush, mother dear!" the girl said
pleadingly. "Poor father did every
thing for tho best; he got into the hands
of bud, designing men, and was tuken
from us before ho could remedy his
"You are right, dear," sighed the
poor widow sadly; "but lying a kind
of 'drag upon you, makes mo say things
I know are wrong. Have you written
for your sister Susan?"
"Yes, mother, and she will bo hero
to-morrow afternoon by threo o'clock,
bo you won't bo left a moment alone.
But como, cheer up; here is a nice cup
of beef-tea, and Mrs. Glover kindly
sent you these new-laid eggs; tho last
barmaid thoy had robbed litem dread
fully, and poor Mrs. Glover Is quite
knocked up with tho work, havine had
to discharge her at a moment's no
tice." "Thank Heaven! you have got into
good hands, my child," she said grate
fully. "You deserve to do well, and
will, too, I feel sure."
Annie Seatield was installed in her
situation, and was as happy and cheer
ful as a good honest Kuglish girl could
well be, a favorite with the customers,
and the good-natured landlord and
landlady, wiio knew they had got .i
prize, and, consequently, did not feel
too well pleased when they learnt that
their ram avis was engaged to bo mar
ried to a young man. who once a week
made his appearance in tho bar, wiih
a choice flower for his fiancee.
"It's always the case," grumbled
Mrs. Glover. "As soon as one gels a
nice girl that one could learn to love,
some young jackanapes conies and
walks her oil' clean, with neither by nor
with your leave."
"Well, my dear," said her husband,
"I don't think wo asked anyone's con
sent when we were courting ehP"
This alius!,)!! to their youth brought
a beaming smile on the kind, mat
ron ;y fare, and what was better
still, a welcome to Harry Crawford
when ho made his tt-ual Sun lay morn
ing visit lo the pretty barmaid.
"What a ioor old gentleman he
looks; quite shrivelled up with tho
cold. Til just run into the parlor and
put some more coals on," as she noted
the bent, shabby figure of an a'od man
passing into the colVue-rooni.
'Good-afternoon, sir. Very cold,
isn't it?" said Annie cheerily, as she
po!;ed the lire, and made a bright
blaze. "What can I get you?"
Tiio old gentleman looked up curious!-,
and scanned the pretty face, and
he was evidently surprised and pleas
ed, as he replied:
"A glass of brandy-and-wuter I
mean hot water, not cold.
"You may depend on having it hot,"
site said politely, as she placed a com
for'able cushioned chair by tho side of
"Well, this is a completo anomaly,"
he murmured. "Here I come' to a quiet
looking tavern, and lind a pretty, good
natured barmaid, who does not think
it infra dig. to attend to an old man's
comforts. Well, well, this is a strange
Hi further reflections were cut short
by Aunie, who entered laden with a
waiter, with a steaming jug of water,
brandy, and glasses.
"I should like a chop," said tho old
gentleman, as she was about to leavo
ttie room. "Oau I have one? Mind,
it must be done on the gridiron."
"Certainly, sir," replied tho girl. "I
will order it at once.
"Mind. I am very particular, and
can't eat a morsel of fat," ho added.
"What a funny old man ho is!" she
murmured. "I fear ho is very poor;
his coat looks green, as if ho had worn
it for twenty years or more. I'll get
cook to griil tho largest chop in tho
laruer, and put threepence in tho till.
1 shau't miss it If dear father had
lived ho might havo been poor like
"That was a very nico chop, miss,"
said the old fellow, when ho ran to
pay tho bill; "how much?"
. A littlo blush stole over her face ns
sho told him her charge, which was
threepence less than tho modest laritT
of tho houso.
"1 shall como again," ho said, cluck
ing with evident pleasure; "it is not
only nlee, but cheat). But biifnrn' vnn
L, run away, will you answer mo one
"Yes, sir. with pleasure, if I can."
"How is it that you come out of your
bar to wait on an old fogy like mo,
when thore's a lazy beggar of a waiter
bating about out there.
"Well, sir," she replied confusedly,
"I thought I might make you more
comfortable, and, besides, tltis is my
rosting hour; Mrs. Glover takes tho bar
"And your well-earned hour you
have wasted on an old man! My child,
remember what 1 say: no kind action
of that sort ever goes unrewarded, and
accept an old man's thanks and grati
tude it's all I have to givo;" this as
ho buttoned up his shabby old coat and
"Well, ho is a funny old gentleman!"
sho said to her self, as she tripped up
stairs to change her dress. "I wonder
if he will really como ngain. Woll, if
it makes his life a little less dreary, I
hope ho will."
Sho ned not worried about her visit
or, for he came as regular as tho clock
every day, and Mrs. Glover had given
him tho namo of "Annie's aucient ad
mirer." Many wero tho jokes levied on tho
good-natured girl by tho servants,
when she gave tho usual order a very
lean chump-chop done woll.
But they wero all much attached to
the gentle girl, and would have done
anything to serve her, but tho spirit of
fun would possess them at times.
She took no heod, and still waited on
tho old gentleman, who had even 2ono
so far as to give her his name and tak
en hers in exchange.
"You see, my dear," he said one
day, when lie had been a constant vis
itor for about threo mouths, and win
ter was fast giving way to spring, "it
is oulv right that people who meet ev
ery Jay should ask each other's name.
Now initio is Hardy William Hardy,
and yours is Annie; but I want to know
your surname as well."
"My name in full is Annio Soafield,
"And a very good name too, my
dear. Well, perhaps you won't for?et
mine if you should ever hear it eh?"
"No; I should not, indeed, becauso
it is a uamo I can never forget."
"Why," he exclaimed sharply.
"Because Hardy was the name of Nel
son's doarest friend, who caught him
when ho had received hisdeath wound."
"Capital! Why, you are woll up in
tho naval history of your country. You
have been well educated from what I
can see. You wero not brought up for
this position, I fancy. Deserve some
thing better. Who knows? perhaps,
some day, you may bo able to hold
your own yet, my child."
"I am very contented, sir, in the po
sition Heaven has thought tit to place
me iu. BuC still, you are quite right.
I was borne in dill'rcnt circumstances.
My father was a large hotel proprietor
in Southampton, and through over
specuhition and bad men, died in pov
erty." "I thought a3 much," ho returned
dryly. "Tho old story, 'A fool and
his money ' A starving family left
to battle with a cold, grasping world."
"I am contented," sho said cheerful
ly. "Everybody is good to me."
"Stutt' and nonsense!" ho murmured.
"Nobody's good in this selfish world
but yourself. I've had a good spell,
considering tho years I have been in
it. Everybody has interested motives.
People are what you call kind to you
because you are necessary to them.
You become ill or crippled, and then
see what kindness you will get from
"I should not like to think that,"
she said softly, looking with a wealth
of pity into tho hard old face. "I feel
sure there are kind hearts in the world,
if you will only believo in them. Life
would bo worthless to me if I thought
ns you do."
"Wait till you havo- lived to three
score and nearly teu," ho said, shrug
ging his shoulders, "and seen tho hol
lowuess of friendship, and tho sellish
greed of all who will fawn upon yog as
long as vou possess a sovereign in your
"Even then I would stili hope to find
a true friend," she said earnestly.
"You are a good girl, and havo got
one ah, as true as steel. Remember
my words, child, when I tell you that
you havo made me human again, and
caused mo to believe in my fellow croa
tures, whom I had cast out of mv heart
Anuio Seafiuld never forgot that
strange conversation, though they met
several times after it; but ho became
very reticent, speaking less as his
steps becamo more feeble.
"Poor old dear!" site murmured, "I
fear he is not long for this world," ns
she watched him pass tho window af
tor his frugal dinner. "I wonder where
he lives? Not far, I hope; he seems so
The next day came, but no old gen
tleman, and Aunio felt quite dttll and
diatmit. In vain she placed a dish of
flowers on the table, and shook tho
cushion of the chair as a wolcome.
Tho kindly old face never camo to
smile Ii is thanks, and sho went about
her duties with a saddened heart, for
there was that inward presentment
tixed in her mind that tho comfortable
armchair would see its occupant no
more, tho bright, fresh flowers bo plac
ed in vain.
"So you havo lost yo tr old friettd at
last," said Mr. Glover, as he saw the
wistful face looking yearningly out
of the window. "Well, you mustn't
look so sad, my lass; tho old must go,
you know; come, have a glass of wine,
and cheer up."
"I was only thinking how lonely ho
was, and that he ini.'ht be ill and havo
no one to attend to him. He was not
verv.well oil', cither, I fancy."
"That's where I think you nro mis
taken, Annie," ho said reassuringly;
"for one day when you wero called
away, and I took the money for his
chop, I saw a roll of crisp bank-uotos
there's no mritaking them. 'So you
are a bit of a miser,' 1 thought, aud no
doubt he was, and I must say of all
people I dislike them the most, so I
think your sympathy is thrown away
upon such an old curmudgeon."
Days passed and the old man was al
most forgotten, wlien a larzo, bluo,
legal-looking hitler came from a well
known firm of solicitors in Lincoln's
In tt, addressed to Miss Annie Sealield.
"Surely tlioro must be somo mis
take," she said tremulously; "it can
not moan ran. ivverity thousand a J
year! Oh, no; I have done nothing to
"It is true, child." said tho worthy
landlord, as ho read tho contents. "I
congr utilftte you, and hope you will
livo long to enj y this piceo of good
fortune, for you deserve if"
"I littlo thought, Annie," put in
Mrs. Glover, "that your ancient ad
mirer would turn out a millionaire,"
as sho folded the girl in her kind,
Tito only person- who seemed sorry
for this unexpected accession of Annie
to opulence, was Harry Crawford, but
she soon convinced him that her heart
was still unchanged towards him, and
her kisses, if an'tliin', wore warmer
One condition to tho will was that
sho should assumo the name of Hardv,
also her husband if sho ever married.
Annie Sealield uever had cause to
resrrot having entertained An Angel
The IVai Ii'-p mI SinniTs.
'Whv, vou havi
no idea," said an
bird fancier to a
old and woll-knowti
lkmocritt a id Chrotue'r. reporter the
other day, "how littie care a song bird
requires. It has been my experience
and a good, long cxp-TbTU'e that
the most of the deaths nni'a'jf canaries
are caused by overeare and uwr-t'eod-ing.
How often you will near people
and especially ladies say, '1 don't
have any luck wish birds at all. 1
havo hud two or throe, and they ail
grew sick and died, and now I have
one that won't sln.r at ail.' And if
somebody should inform th(m that
they had killed their own birds they
would call you crazy, or think ou
were joking tiiem."
"What U o vou mean by overeare and
overfeeding?" queried the reporter.
"I mean just what I say. Let a lady
get a new bird. Tiio chances are it is
tiio first she has ever had caro of. It
is a novelty and a curiosity in tho
houte, and she feels as though sho
must bo attending to it all the time,
and that if she does not it will die, or
stop singing, or something. Tho re
sult is site will give the bird everything
she can think of or everything she has
ever heard of a bird eating. You will
lind crackers, and cake, and bread,
and candy, and sugar, and apple, and
heaven only knows what, stuck
through the bars of the cages for tho
birds to eat. In the seed-boxes you
wirl find ail kinds of seed, mixed, etc.
Now, it docs not seem to me that it re
quires an extraordinary intelligence to
grasp tho idea that this is all wrong,
lean hush tho notes of the hardiest
German canary ever imported to this
country by such food in a few weeks.
Such sweet dainties fatten the feath
ered musicians. TJtey lose their voice,
they become subj"Ct to rheumatism,
they get the gout in their feet. They
become infested with liee, and they
lose any desire for their bath. You
hear an unusually brilliant songster,
ono who is singing loudiy, sweetly, and
almost incessantly, and go and look at
the cage he is in. You won't find any
sweetbreads anil sweetmeats there."
"What is the best bird food?"
"Tho best bird food is just plain,
ordinary, common bird-seed onlv this
and nothing more. It is ail I give my
birds, and you iiave heard how they
sing. Two or three times a year I buy
ii cuttie-lish bone for them, and I keep
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Once a week I clean the cage thor
oughly, scrubbing tho perches, the bot
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air. Birds should not be hung too
high in the room either, for here thoy
get the heated air, which is not good
for them. G.vo a bird such treat m-nt
as this plain, clean bird seed, fieh
water, and fresh air, and if lie dies or
loses his song it will he from natural
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