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UICII HILL, MIHSOUUI, THURSDAY, JAJiUAUY 10, tSK3.
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Here is a puzale that puzxles ev
erybody j Take the nusnbt r of your
living brothers, double the amount,
add it to three, multiply by five,
add it to the number ol living sisters
multiply the result by ten and add
together tnc numler of dentin of
brothers anJ sisters ami abstract 150
from the tesult. The right num
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the number of living sisters and left
the number of living tnothets. Try
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In winter warm your horses' bits
belore using tbetn cr cover ihrm
October tlth. Rshjm bant, JO days.
v lr r tar tfsia.
nUIIUy i OIUII.
lly W. O. ATKESON.
Ov the time nus and Iit! 1
0011 bad viltrd nil tlie CU'l"ii
places, ad.mrrd the musses, terns
and delicate wild flowers dinging
here and there, as lovers bae done
many times since, and the Hailactite
formations hnngmt; from the ruofs
of the caves and grottoes ii was high
noon; but an Auu-te hil no -u.icn
be said nothing, lie had no itrd a
flat-like willow basket, riilriitl
the work ot her 3n hand, hang
ing from Degninon s shoulder, hut
he did not upect it m ito 1 h
basket. Such 111 ;ruih i- i n i
it was well lilie.l with soin. -i le
black bass they bad carried linne
the evening befote, totr-ther wnh
other equally tempting itnng 10 a
huncrv man. D eiiiikjh'k i.ff 1 o
share her lunch wnh him m.- mi
instant acceptance. Such is the
tra.ity 01 man : .-o ii.cy c.amoerra ,
around and up a son ol natural
stairway un'il ihry rrathed in- vr j
summit ol the U.i.ff . il.tr i. .
neath a century old wlitr o-k -1
the edge of the pnp mliciil.tr ff.
where they could look out up'n a '
VMinirnl .r.-n w fur u . hitm.n v.
, , , , , s tddixg and departure was settled,
ion could reach Ui guitiofi unpack dj.. . ... .
basket and spread i s
. . . 1
All through luncluon Auusri
talked in a tieiignttut, easy manntr
of hi pleasant, sunny Fiance and
I told Degninon of his pod, heart
broken mother, mentioning her- md
there, as the uu d o l-i'ii. o.
incident of io uw.i life.
All this bad the eager at.enno.iol
The passion that houno d in her
simple, innocent heart, was ibiiiling
ihe heart of Auguste. And belote
the fragments ol the lut.cn had hern
gathered up, ard really it hunt pre
meditation, urged on by every hope
in his soul, forgetful ol the mde
scribably beautiful scene stretched , D giuuon a Marchioness of Fiance:
out before him, otdiviou to all eUe, lor upon the death of Ignatius Let
earthy, Auguste gave expression to i r his only child, Auguste, tuc
the secrets of bis heart and laid I e-j reeded to the father' estate and
fore Degninon the hope of his lile 1 itli..
that she would become hit wife and
go with him to his mother in sou-b-
ern France and thete be with him I a gseat event in the annals ot liar
son and daughter to her in tbedis-jmony Mission and it has its place
appointments and sorrows of her old I tn the history of one of the first ef
age. No word escaped Degninon's j l"'t o Christianize aud civilize the
lips, tier heart was throbbing
She felt fr the lost lime Ihe tumult
of passion. Her simple, natmal
love bad been awakened. She was
radiant with the exaltation i4 the
purest sentiments known to the hu
man heart. Aud Auguste gunit:
into the depths of her sp aking eves
knew the "biautilul juw" ol
whom Madame Papm had spoken
his 'vision" ol n!!r's Mlulf
was bis fotevrt.
No CtUll doubt, TO (tistguietini:
lear came into Degninon's bean
The response of htr soul was n
Complete that nothing could h.ir
convinced or pnsu.id bet hin; h 1
love was not in aicnrd vmI'i e
wishes of the Gt.at Spmt i f 1.1 1
That night, in the ii Nsinmn.
Degninon sat close beside Inr moi
er and Iranklv, innoct ntly .Kll.i
all. Her mother wept as she iel
aed what it all meant
The mentor v of I) guiiicn faiSut.
, s . , alt I
U IltvU III lit! SOUI- .llt1 lirr Un- ,
faltering love for the '-bandsom 1
burner" who lud gone lr. m In 1 :
never to trtnill pleading iltlihjli;
of sweet Decninon linn and ih.r-. :
She cartssrd and foudUd )-ihih.i '
at il she were indeed a lutU p;
poos ajrain in her aims. She gav '
a mother's blessing and Dtgtnu"'
drtamcd that night it. htr uiotiui's
aiuia, ia Ijt, viLsa ippvi
J ,bI uth vrtt p"efui sleep
jcaPiet3reLer .lircb.rsed ouL
Underneath the stately treei near
he dwelling ol tbe Papins, with the
fl rkng moonlight all about tbetn.
Antu-it had lot g son like talk
nh Vtddtne Papin, and the dent
day while on their way to visit a
tick neighbor some distance down
tbe Osage the told Uelicourt tbe
story of Auguste and Degninon.
O;' their return he congra'nlated
August and off- red bis services in
I ut.iimp the boat for his rrturn voy
nee 'o France, now determined up
t n. For the next ten days Meli
iOrt and Augute were very busy
urn; but Auguste found time to
tiei I his evtnings with Degninon
; l r igam or at tbe hospitable
I oiti. ot the Papins. I bee de-
I fchitul rvenngv are passed without
comni-nt. The reader is left to fill
II the story at this point. It was
iiirrlv tne rtenactment of the old
i Hv i.d by the boat for their voy-
, ee d jWl ,hc Qllge ,he MltKMrif
cut imo the Mississippi, thence to
N Orleans, was reaJj, good and
Aufcusi had secured the Becesa
i) piuots of the death of the Mar
qu.. his latLer, and the day fur the
Miln-i.urt bad spoken to the R v
! Wiiimn IJ Monigomrrv, one of the
goo.i mikkiouary preachers at the
At the appointed lime Auguste
and Degninon stood within the rude
v, '.; of the fimt school hcus erect
el inr nn-sicnirirs at U armor),
an' o.etr in itie presence of the Pa
5 ",e mo.ber ot Uepiinon, a
t v v.i.iige 'sqm , and alt teal
littlr baud of devoted missionary
Moikcts the Itev. Montgomery re
peated the simple words and took
the tesponves that made theoi one
loiiwr in life and love and in the
ut ?( God and tuau.
Ii did more than thatit made
1 be marriage of a Marquia of
Fiance to beautiful Degninon waj
l i.lianv on the wertem frontier.
A nOTHER'S LOVE.
A Dollirr's love l as divine that tk
. 1 .urbe'l vita cu
Jr f ueSptwl appre.
f J e s'.e it sueeto-
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ti: is tkc I tut 4 v late. r(k sseal rf
h.Mj Ihry t sl,o VtiMte tst vsct
Ibmt el a ceulury
u3 t tor; 1 ket'ta ti-1 irT-. is
tb tB t! t:. ix of rr. 'IT . aausao
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cr cawficlcscias food &zdz xtith, an
ehm bc&kig powder?
is worth sosr whSs to hiqdtt.
We shall not follow the Marquis
and Machionets Letter on the;r ro-
manrtc bridal tour down the riven
to New Orleans, thence to the far
away ninny France. Our story
it told. It may be said in passing j
that they reacleJ their Lome in
France in due time, where they
were received by the good mother
a lost, loved children returned, and
where they lived to a ripe age, as
devoted to each other at when their
heart were united on that day in
June beneath the great White Oak
on the tummit of picturesque and
eternal llalley't Uiufis; and that to
day there riaws in the vein of seme
of the greatest and gianJett men
and women of Republican France
ihe blcod rf Madam 1'rpin
Postmaster Greenup, of Pleas
ant Hill, was in the city bt Tturs
day. Fred Cane is home agtm from
'he Soldier's home and will tetnain
for tome time.
The toustmr edi' ion rf ihe Deep
water World Jauuarv 1 1 ' b , vu .inr,
No, I, came to baud Usi st,k. tul
to the txtm with a splendid mr up
of that pnvgiessive l.ttle city of sx
teen hundrl-d inbahitant
'I thought ou said sj had a
g sld miie in that pun ot hiis "
I bad," toswtitd Mr. Su.nu
irtgto liarnes ut il wa ; cl
the kind thai sells vock tad never
pays any dividends "' WasbingtO'i
If evtfjr person knew that it i 1 Kk ksi'l-. l.-: :f. lj v 1.1 t :.-impos-siMe
to sink il o e lerp r ;6tiur ot hn lUtjl!s!
nut under w.ttcr and uve Hit
legs as if he re going upststls,
... . .
acj t-ai on may t.ctp tiu tuoticn
CJ lor bour before futue e Is t'
tlet Wvuld be cs casual, ns,
v-iicU ia tt I.CI.-I.V.
aK U i If
11 f -ii
II. P. Robinson Sr. ca"ej ta tic
us Sa'urJjy ani cnrciieJ bis mc:c
jfor another year ta the Tn:at"M.
Our Masonic brethren were rooci:
p'easeJ with the Lodge bf Inv ruc
tion !at week ia charge of Grad
Lee Borron drparted on ti re
turn to Matcjuette, Wvo., last Than
day alter an extended visit to lr iends
and relatives in Ui: vie. tut).
Miss Susanna lloticsoa letamr J
from a tnu 10 relatives tt Ui;!'r,
last Saturday and was met at 1: e
depot by ter father, H. P. Rob;n
Ko:!a Crabb was married U M'-s
Jcss: Wilson last Wednesday tsi
nirg. Jail, it, at Lamai, at trie irsi.
dene ot It. II. FiesLer. Kcv.S.
F. Stevees cl the M. L CUuu
pet'oiatirj tie ceremony.
J, V. Ca:t'uin, or.e ot tir I
acvessisia:, wha puts in Lis vvtuut
teaching and tie rt cf tLe iar
managing a b;j latta crtwo, w i m
'lheciy S'urdv and ut..:ud t..
tianve aicg iia the rel ul the j, ir
K"sive t.rnitr s(i. rrjd ire I kl
HI . II. FutKe, fotiuerU o li.i
c' a-i.l cashier tf ihe F. .t . M.
tt nk, is p llrl la rf a iiir
esittatis tiun led bairsi od . '!
mi Vs Virginia, and other Vrlui
I 'r u.i properties. AH bt tuniU
h re vi'.l be gUd tj ber ot e 1 I
S S FW1 ie. kon in Pni 1
!Cs . V .Ov 4, t yj. doit 1.1
ti K.Kl le tor alnui) .j veil'. I
was h jj'.ly rspc(J as a C"!'-:. i 1
gii''-VUi40. a gOs! l.Mtit a i l I..
Jrrl VoirJ mm II- Ut s
. in j fc d wife, lsj v.; a 1