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S. . CIT OFRROLLTON, PARISH OF JEFFERSON, LA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1881. NO 76
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Kitty Clyde. villan
('latter ! clatter, went the old mill nhed
night nid day, yet nobody in the little andt
Icottinae just heýyond seemed to be dis- inha
turhed by it. The ohl1 house (ob lay denil
prett- jo insc and roses climbin 5i
up 1 y til prch ;1 poke of tlhel taste thin
of its occulpjlllt'. JI t w'ithin tie door, 1m011
i1 nut white lp, sitstt' oo a fd
at ti, 1(res0nt nu inent, with ler bir
clon led. Sa
h\ereeul itty stay so?' exlinld .1;i
I):11e ('lyl\('; heroe it is almo1.t dinner,
11)1( no si:Si 41' hir. Kitty !Kitty !'
1 h.t no Kitt\" We What keeps ho(1\
hiss Kitty i ('"oi With ice. gtetle'
readler, just tip thaI -tream a little way. loo(
Thiere, o01 ia large ro1k, over which the
weepig willow bends, with roll 1an11
line in ha(, every now n11 then 1111I
throwing her wealth of Icurls ll il in he'
the airi, sits s5tV'('t Kitty 't Lv10. ib t 1(112
Swhy doe, she t nry 1 Is She w\aitin" 111
for tllhe fish tio it' 1 All. no, for tll. re
before her sits Illrry Jones, o1' 1rn11 1t
nltuoPIill her w ist, 1 ei othlir lhyier t
with her c I rl, Very 11I t (Wt is theillr
Sout (very 111tot elt. Never allretllh(iig
of thilt tim e, never thtin kilng of poor h
father's dither, she sits li telning ill her t
lover', talk. Blht just n1ow the slat-(1
101m kiss Kitty's flee, 11111 r minill
he~r of the tilnw 111 of her dult~ies.
SGood gralcious5 !' she l X(laimned,
starting up 511(hl1(1ly, 111s e t t in h (r
huasket and1( its (">n'altent, ` it's t1o 1,11(
oll kept lll' o 11, 1 g. Ii
' I kept you, Kitt- !' alskedI H1nr
'I rathler think it it. \",r fault.'
«'(1ll, my faullt or yours, I'll Lot n "
5enl~idin , thatt'S certa Il:' :1nd1 %ath("riug
up line. roll nu, h,1-k((t, ,ho turn1ed l
't(1\\"r((1 Lou e. f
" stop, Kitt-,, you1l have forigottcn
5onlothing; ?' Uncry cried.
Kitty" turn110 to ,et w\hatt siho h1(,
left. wlwn1 hot lover caug;"ht h14'. ill hlim
1(r111 1(11 gave hot a hoarty ki- .
,Sin:1111i Kitty, '\Ina Il re w.1t
too tha(t 11ý1in .' 11111 .gir Ill , a 1t 1:t
Noon in t1o 1 Ittng l, 1an14 from the
illill eoule- a oar c (Ilona 1m11, \vith1 the
r'l0in itg t p 4-1 1t ~11(" of naitIuro.' 11oble
inlen. W ith (1uirk tr'emi I, h ,, r1.: he lld
tht" 011t:1_1"; 11111 ('lt, i g 0 & ollr
' l o\\ 111,\, n\ile 1111 I t'+1 f":1-t to
" T hat w\illl Kitt- h- 1111 h, n `(,i1 a(ll
thell,, ng nneli1z";i I IIIn ' ll- %v w wh it
shlt will e( 111 home. The:I :irl \C1
,1r1'1 , I\" ('ol :( toI 11, ""- I ( 11 . `1,' i5 " I
\ 1 l( , (' b l r (le 1 the ;^,, ,, 1 .( ,.
\1( \' wit , hbe in \ 1 _. \: "t. VII ( 1
Just then Miss Kitty was seen walk- was a
inmg demurely toward the house. groom.
Where -avo you been, you wild, her em
wild girl 2' the sui
'To the brook, to catch trout, mo- window
' And what kept you so long ?' that im
Why, I sat thinking, and think- time t'
SJust think of home a little more, its pt
Miss. You'll surely break your father'as to de
and mother's hearts, if you keep o meado
this helter-shelter way.' at Wl
Kitty's eyes filled with tears. not o0
SI amln sure, mother, if I had thought.' '
She could say no more, but woeeping, thougl
she turned away. home.
' Come here, girl, and kiss your fa- d
With a bound she flung her arms pr
around her father's neck, and then her
'Now, Kitty, hurry and get dinner.' God
Kitty needed no second bidding. HU
The little table was covered as if by folae4
magic. The luscious butter, thd snow- -boson
white bread, the tempting preserves, the tA
soon invited the trio to dinner. The
-humble blessing asked, they enjoyed
the meal in silence.
Kitty Clyde was the belle of tb
village; the dream of the young m
11 the envy of the girls. People --s
Sand we IallI know that people will'is*
that Harry Jones was Kitty's beu
insinulation which Kitty indi
denied. Be matters as they were, the
!. truth was Kitty was a little inclined to to CI
coquette. Free and open-hearted, of ' I
lo good disposition, pretty face andi figure, eigc
l Kitty liked to be admnired. To be
stilre, away down in Iher Iheart, solIII- 41
tlithing whispered,-' You love Harry flew
r Jones;' lilt then she could not he satis- othc
feed with onc ' string' to her 'eau.' pelt
Supper caine nut Kitty was missing
o'; in. II vain 1).iiue ('lyrie called
K1itty, Kitty !' Vliore was Kitty vii'
y~ onw .IJu-t ill the mine p1'iee where 1
we found her this aninrili g, this tinwe, wet
i tl('i' wever, alone. There she sat, he'I her
leyes lixed vacantly on the waves, ste
e 1 0 looking like a picture. se
inI ' I wwder ' who loves mie best ?' she Shn
len nuiruiured. ' .Jonlii is a lint' fellw, but him
in ik l's to)) 1 lii. Tin ll ves no , to'l, I'll
But but le is to" puor. 'lhem there is t
,- In ' 11r1r J ieS, wNi l-'-
r I h I lhime to :iiiS 'weir for' hi self,' and1 lb
t iutu that individual 1 ie'erg"'d troi iti cliul' i
S of tie's.l i
b e ' or ' hainiiiie, Ilai'rr .1 eits, to play the
tu s str"I'lj i e(1uinii 1 ' itt . 1
.i '\ r.s mlinlin .hIe'm \\"rds he e k d
' i ' ish ll I tell i\'u, Kitty, oli' Inov' s yoti amI
her" thi" hi st !'
sins- Kitty \; 1 little ?-rried at i ue to
r t ln l., I1.' nov. r itt, Iu h ." t '
ca'} K itty port h' h h l a- to herlllr-, i
s inv.11 , ' I won't Il a'. 1
"nry: *Kitt ,' :Inr liarry 's .,nice tunkic i
i '.'t.. ' 1" ': i. i ' i ilea llv a il. I hrv e 1 a
iia t i i : ' tinw', I have
rn'o ' ether-, lint l .w~. K itt\'. I ;1,1 thrm il:1 i I'
f,.G ant -' If. III n l ni e in'. K itty ' t
"ttlen \1lii W h t w nu".n.. i- at -i 1' excilalin I'
Kitt. . :treily -n11 Ill..
1 T D,- wýer1 1 I ,' " tr - hi 1 1'71ý 1- '
was a bride, but there was nio bride- ly, and
groom. So overpowered was Rho by tion, ap
her emotions that she awoke, just as 'Vil
the sun came peeping in the little husbana
Kitty was more than usually brisk very n
that morning, for she longed for the questio
time to colme for her to meet larry fore see
again. Taking down her basket from stamm
its perch, and her rod from behind twi
he door, she wandered through the quaintlt
imeadow towad the rock. There she SuOm 1
`Bat waiting till noon, and Harry Ihad you wi
not coope. with h
' Wl, he'll be hero at sunset,' 'vitl
thought Kit , she sauntered toward gentle
home.." lseflbroughlt no IHarry, but "bf
IIey a note which Kitty would
. It was short and you
r , do not love me. I am broke
going " morrow. Farewell! man
, God HARRY." terod
H sob, she quickly tion.
y folaed thi6 . placed it in her Age
.- bosom. Y rk to keep back
s, the eto her aid. hu
)d a ar sick,
st he Mr. Clyde an
Hsve u heard the
H '' ppfather a' - Boat!
· ,~~hones is t
iser t -r%
g fria band
het g forwtd bu
toto nl o went
tof Is heh
t0, eagerly ',. x
1kwc~ lb~ ~ it·1wi
e o(tarrow. ',
y flew. T the
is ther signific ly. Kitt' soon found
1"ln, ink and paper, and wroto this r
n+o+ unt : a ba
IIIAl " !nYct-MeeIt ine lit the rock to- anid
lv Iinorow at sunset, l'i"* Y."
itt v and
tre t Milred and desplatclad, Kitty Solhlnant
ant, went to rest. re net (v(,,, rtraylng in g
b e Illterself ill ai blue uIllslill, with quiclk i
es, stels slte i'eacbedt tile rock. Sloat Its cOt
shlt .Was, I laIrry wias there before her. :
she Sihe sprang into his aras1, and laying olje
bait Iher hlatd 1upon hIis lmally' hitsotaI, wept. ]
7', hr M~oonlir ht. disecoveredl thene sitlier;el
is t I"etaher awl talking vory eatrnestly. that
\\lI:at thile ii I da tt't' knllt That 1 .
lang 11 ,y did nota gi tp sa; and that her
"l I itj (llt} in ' Ile e n lle t j
t A rirst-Ratec Lýap car Story.
1;I~d : i
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b III i c: , n-b'. illredl tell ,r o'i lrw 1 ard . .\Il ,
tI u gh he 1i ht m.11i .Ili I'' v '''I1.e 'I 11
Iiildi4\ · 1" We4 r("1id Il1 u 'I .j1- 411.·
ear I t t~' thl l
their t .'kin fie .1 % 1 it.
III na ýI'r I' 4 ca' e ', ill hIi I till I~ , l i( ti
hlav4' 'I aIil 114re.,'i if till IIr i 1ik Y ,f 14;I
ha;v, 1. ;a1, 14 -t 0 4d 11 1 1 I ity ~f l. ~ I,
1., ,II N ew\ , Yeatr'. 4II \\ I- ,VIIl r+'att till
of ! I in thl ' rit e t,, f'I the r L' ný f"ti
tt " " tI lir b ef ore t h *-t 11 p ul~ i' I " it I -
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ly, aid without waiting for an introdu& ' "~º
tion, approached Smith and said: "youti
'Will you consent to become my "i
husband ?' meaan
'Phe y)nipg mian blushed, and was nonrli
very much confused at hearing the "Si
question from a lady lie had never bo- more
fore seen, but he finally succeeded in Will
stammering out: "A
'Owing to the shoIrtness of our ac- "don
quaint.iuce, and anotlher person having naturi
somne slight claim upon my aifections, glimln
you will please excuse ine.' "
'Certainly,' said tho widow, "I will for s1
with pleasure; as I did not notice this mucel
gentlemraan"-addressinig Mr. .Brown- "y
"before I spoke to you, or elseo I 1hot.
would have proposed to him first. Will boar
SYou marry me, Mr. Brown ?' up n
'I will,' said Brown. 'The ico is now at th
broken. I would have been a married nine
man years ago, if I coull have mus- "
tered courago enough to pop the qmces- '
tion. But as you have taken advan blow
r 'ge of the leap year, and removed the that
S ling block, I will bocomo your My
hi d just as soon as you please.' sir'
,rrght off',' remarked the widow. I
" dlady, you will pleaso send for h
et and other our-door apparel." to
essary articles were sent for, 'u
13rown, with his intended Vwro
acefully on his arm, started "'ts
idence of the pastor of the ui1
Boatmen's Church. \ViheII the minis- un
ter was about to ,nite the couple in the dis
bands of wedlock, each huardl the other's sir,
name for thwe first tie. E':verythliig "'
went oiln as "merry ais a Imarriage hell"' Y'
with the niewly marriced couple all that '
~' ~ see
rThe next morning llrowin awoke.
he elffects of tihe numerous drinks of "u
a the day previous having ientirely worn "
t lhe began to reflect. lii becaume au
perious. 110 thought he was in rather
a bad scrap'-out of enployioeunt. in the ,
middle of winter, very little Ilmoniey, dii
and a wife depending upon hiii for salo
o por't. While revolving tihe saiiject over
tg in his iindl, illa not beig adle to de
ck cido what he hadl better do--runm oil, or
is commit suiclde--his wife awoke.
C'r ,lyy dlear,' Said shln, 'have you atny
ing objection to collecting i few bills '
l e ji1 started thiiiikiuig tlhait sle siiuppios
Sel he hael sine earnuiiing to lhitii, ai1l1
b ut fr her beiefit i and l iiiutteree t, 1, 1
S her Iri'il .
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"Siir, s1id the llcna.Stu gravely,
"you have tihe advauntage of'me."
'*1iad tihe advantage of you,--you
ueanti-bilt not much, you woro dvown
nearly as soon as 1 wits."
"Sir," said the party addressed, still
more gravely, "you speajtk riddles.
WXill you he so good is to pclail !"'
Ah !'" respi'ioded the plheuno'Imnot' .
'don't remember, I suppose. Quito
natural. WVe had only It passinlg
glimpse at each other."
''Sir, you're probably mistaking mno
for somie one0 elso," returned the other,
muchi mlore mystified thanii over.
"Not aIL bit of it,'" said tlthe Imn1 with
phlotographic mlemory. You wer oil
board the steamleor- wllell she blow
up near Mlemmphis, on the 23td of A pril,
at thirteoen iinutes past eleveini o'clock,
nine years ago, were you not 7'
"Yes I was; but -"
No huts. So was 1. You weorI
blown up sky high.. So was 1. Not.
that I saw you before tihe oxlplosion.
My first and only interview with you,
air, was ill tlhe air. You were goilng up
as 1 wits coling downii. '1'U glimpseo
I lhad of you was necessarily short.
moumr features wolt) distortedl by frighlt,
our paces worts killing, and I was
wrong sideo up. Conselqueiitly inly
Sopportunities for observation worO
uiiifavorable. But II novor forgot faces
under ally circumstauces, however
discniltsing. I lhotograiihotl you,
sir, iniid I have hliol yot) ill my minid's
r e o vy oer since. T'I uxnuent I saw
l'' y)' I rectigiizeid you as the original
ft of Illy muenltatl daguterreoty'pe. ((1l(11 to
sue you lot kilg illn htter triit than
viihen I saw you last. IUont we IIl have
of 1' ourps mid downsll ill this world. Sup
rmpose w itdjourn wherevo w un craick IL
110 bottle of chaimpaigneo for tile sake of
aiuld 1l1in syllt.'
he ' Which, shid our iiformtaait, as ho
wouiid tp the story, ' they amcutrtdiigly
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