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S100 100 to nuy one producing n well wellauthenticated wo11nuthonticntcll wellanthonticnted
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either man or dog dog1ho aogLho dogIio
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asks flU if thu thontro lint hat ia to bo legis legislated loglsJatod logislntud ¬
lated ngaimt what ia to bo dono with withthemen withthOmon withtbemon
themen who crowd out botwoon the thenet thonch theactsZ
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ing in to almost 10000000 Great GreatBritniu GreatDritnlll treatDritalu
Britniu supplied twothirds of this thiswhile thisbilo thiswhile
while bilo not a single ship under tho theUnited thoUnite thoUnitod
United States Hag passed through the thocanni thecanal ho hocannl
canal A total of 8107 steamers used usedthin uaellthlH usedthin
thin great waterway last year In Inview Inview Inview
view of the possibility of the Nion Nionraugua Nicnraugtln Nioaraugun
raugua canal relating to our own owncommerce owncommcrcc owncommerce
commerce MICRO figures aro interest interesting iutorcstjng interesting
ing
During 189C tho United U nltoll Kingdom Kingdompurchased Iing Kingdompurchased om ompUrCIJlLyod
purchased on this country COUll try 17080borses 17030 17030horses 7 gaO gaO1J0rBc
horses compared with only 10351 103 l iu in18D
1805 18D England bought nearly 12000 12000horses 12000horseH 13000horses
horses in Canada or no IIc increase ovor ovorn uvoryear
n year previous Total imports of ofhorsos 01barsoa ofhorses
horses into the United Kingdom in in189G in18D in180G
189G 18D were 40077 an increase of ofnearly ofnearly ofnearly
nearly 7000 compared with tho pre previous previana provions ¬
vious year Tho average valuo of ofhorses ofhorBe ofhorses
horses shipped sLlipIJOe11nto into the United UnitoelKlog UnitoelKlogclom King Kingdom Kingdam
dom lust year from tho United States Stateswas Stl Stateswas tes teswas
was abont SHG 146 All this goes to show showreasons showc showreasons
c rea reasons ono for encouragement in tho thohorse thoborflO thehorse
horse induHlry in uHlry especially that part of ofit ofit ofit
it derated to raising serviceable ani animals animills antmats ¬
mills suitable for foreign trade tradeA tradeA
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A young widow wido in Franco whoso whosohusband WhOBOv whosehusband
v husband left her all bin proportyon proportyonrftofufcbtirii 1 propo > ropo > tron ltyon1r tronCOR
1 coiaC COR that bat she belbould ehouhi forfeit lotl i tb tho I Ih
4 tl 1r t why h 4 apt pt dp dower r if Ih ahe matriea matrieael nariot
el 1 tiedto eontrad b aeW aeWt e ei
t f i Meta is reontrH a try 1i KiaFto tt tt11e hie hiefooait
rftofufcbtirii 11e fCbtll toBee to ilU see It If therewere then wran1 wran1A were any anyescape an j jeacapc
A escape It uphold the will but buthigher a ahighor a ahigbor
higher court to t which hich tho question questionwas
was RS tnkon then reversed tho decision decisionon
a on novel grounds sroul ets Tho judges thoro thoroBftid thoroaid thorosaid
said aid that celibacy being contrary to tonature tonnturc tonature
nature wan something which hich no map mapftlivo manILltVO mapalivo
ftlivo or dead had ha a right to impose imposennd imposoand Imposeand
and that such an act particularly in a acountry Rcountry acountry
country like Franco Franco where w ero tho popu population pOJ popuNation > U Udritlon ¬
Nation iu stationary or waning was wascontrary WRScontrnry wascontrary
contrary to public policy Upon this thistho t thisthe 11i 11itho
tho widow married but it acorns oho ohoWUH IIhoWI11 shewas
was too busty after all for relatives relativescarried rQlatvocurrio rolntivoscarried
carried tho case up to tho supremo supremocourt lIuprol13ennrt snpromecourt
court which nugulhmtly renfllrmod renfllrmodtho
tho origiuul opinion This French Frenchduoislou Jr hronchdocidion nch nchtcoililou
duoislou agrees nroe with tho law iu inthis inthiscmurtry < tha 1hl9COIL thacountry
country COIL II try and wo believe in England EnglandCondition EngllnllCIl1ItiLiomt EnglandCumlitfuns
Condition in restraint of marriage marriageare II1nrrl go gooro
are gonuralty hold to bo void oid but butthere bItttl1oro buttheru
there aro oscoptiouD to tho rule rul and andone fLOIlolloof antioooof
olloof one of these xooptious is iu the case caseof casoof caseof
of n second nuirriiige nuirriiigeVery mnrringuVery
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Very V ory low ycoplo have any idea of oftho oftho ofa
a tho miiguitudo of tho trade in gentle gentleinoun gontleInouH gentlemeuIi
inoun nuokwaar The quantity of ofoolhiru ofvolllLru ofeullaru
oolhiru and neckties consumed iu this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country nays tll Y8 tho San Francisco FranciscoChronicle FranciscoChronicle ranai800JlJronielc
Chronicle < IB R fabulously largo and out outof outof outt
t of all proportion to tuo consumption consumptionof
of other ot hor countries because in tho thocities thooHio theIt
It cities nud IUI towns of tho United States Statesall Statesnil Statesall
all classes wear linen and adorn their theirthrofttu thoirbrollt9 theirthroata
throfttu with Hill ties Tho natural naturaleffect nntllrlleffoct naturalaffect
effect of this great consumption is to tostimulate totimuJllto tostimulate
stimulate tho designing of now stylos stylosThis dtylosrhilj atylosThis
This art bun hl reached such n degree of ofBuaeoBs oftlnaCOflll ofsneeoss
BuaeoBs that the foroignerd have agents agentson
on the ground who ho imitate American AmericanuiodcH AmorlcnmoclcM Amorioanmodes
modes in neckties ns soon as they ap tipponr appear nppt1nr ¬
pear While tho work of fashioning fashioningoollnrB InlJhiouingollnr8 fashioningoollnrs
oollnrB null tics is almost wholly whollyAmericnn wbollJmoricRn whollyAnturiesn
Americnn foreign foroigttlUntflrinls materials are largely largelyyod Inrgolyqod
yod qod ud the liuon being chiefly imported importedfrom importelltrom importedfronn
from Ireland But while French and andi andother antiouter
t other talks tlilka i are employed it is gratify gratifying trntlryjug gratifyfug ¬
jug to noto that American fabrics arc arogradually arcJrlulunlly aregradually
gradually displacing them That is isnot isJlot isnot
not strange for Paterson terson silks of fine iiuodcfiigns Uuolcfiigns finedesigns
designs are made up into tics which whichnro whiohnro whichi whichtiro
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nro bold for fifty cents while whlli the im imported imt imported
t ported no bettor in shape or quality qualitycannot qualityr qualityennnot
r cannot mIIIIO bo had for less than 81 1 to to81CC tot
t 81CC l50 It is needless s to say that with withsuch withlIuch withsuch
such u dittorouoo tIle foreign artiolo artiolociiunot artielomunot artioloj
j tcuunot ciiunot stay in the race long aud RUllmlttlt RUllmlttltghc must mustgive musty
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HE wedding had hadpassed hlldpaase hadI
+ passed paase off exceed exceedeverybody exoecdingly exoeodw
I w ingly well and andeverybody nnlleverybody
everybody waa waaeatisfled wa w a a aBatsfled ssatisfied
satisfied especial especially
t ly with tho fact factplace laetof factof
of its being over overIt overIt
It had taken takenplaoo takenplace
place at the old oldfashioned ol olfashioned oldfashioned
fashioned early earlyhour earlyhour earlyhour
hour so Bothat that the bride bri o and bride bridegroom bridogroom bridegroom ¬
groom and nil tho guests might bo bogono boRono hogone
gone before evening and Mrs Watt Wallace Wattluoo Vallace ¬
lace the brides grandmother might mighthavo mighthave
have time to settle down again a ain before boforobedtime boforebedtimo beforebedtime
bedtime She was a very vigorous and andplucky andplucky andpluoky
plucky old lady but she admitted admittedthat n admittedthat miUed miUedthat
that at fourscore fonr scoro yours it is well to tokeep tokeop tokeep
keep to regular boars boarsIt honrsIt hoursIt
It was evening now Mrs Wallace Wallacehad Wallaoohnd Wallacehad
had retired to her dressing room and andtho andtho andthe
tho whole house had resumed its itswonted itswontodotpeet Itswonted
wonted wontodotpeet wontodotpeetAt aspect aspectAt aspectAt
At tho drawingroom drawing room window stood stoodChristy atoodOlllisty stoodOhristy
Christy Wallace looking oat at tho tholingering tholingoring thelingering
lingering sunset and meditating meditt ting on oatbo ontho onthe
the fact that no ouo was wa so thankful thaukfalthat thnnkrulthlt thankfulthat
that tho wedding woJ ing was over as herself herselfand horselfnntl herselfand
and that for all her thankfulness life lifepromised lIropromised lifopromised
promised to be a little uninteresting uninterestingjust
just for tho present Blanche had been beenthere beontbero boonthere
there so long that though the cousins cousinsLad co cousinshad sins sinshad
had by b no moans boon allinall to1 t ono onoanother onoRoothor onoanother
another they had made part of each eachothers Caohothers eaohothers
others existence and as for Harold Haroldhe Haroldhe Haroldhe
he bad beon at Tho House all his hi hilife hilifelong life lifelong lifolong
long and had ran in and out outof of Wire WireWallaces 1IrsWallaceshouse Irs IrsWallaoos
Wallaces Wallaceshouse house as if it had been his hisown hisOR hisown
own OR ORHT
ownThere HT There ere had been b ea a tiey tire hiliI before end endto nd ndafter d dr
after to r er BUstehe arrived arrbe4t1 upon tfee tbereeee tbereeeeMhw I1 I1ow M Be BewfcM
wfcM ow Mhw Karelid r el w ee to toways i
r AIitMj r
OW ir ireapteh
19 f fipHcJ
eapteh ipHcJ JQyj Tkea he Hlaitebealiiveiier Hlaitebealiiveiierways l heheU i iway
ways attraotod himV hio and bobbdyhid bobbdyhidmuch nobodY hid hidmuoh > < d dmuch
much account of Christys prior claimMrs claim claimMrs olairoMra
Mrs Wallace even had said little and atidthough aUdthough andthough
though sho had devised a multiplicity multiplicityof
of errands and occupations for ier ierolder berolder l r relder
older grandchild Sf odohl1t1 she bad refrained refrainedfrom rQfrai rofraiiiedfrom ed edfrom
from petting or any words of ohm ohmpassion oompassiona obmpassiona
passion passiona a form of consideration jfor jforwhich for forwhioh or orwhich
which Christy very heartily thanked thankedher thankedher than cd cdher
her herChristy Christy wa3 thinking of all this as aseho assho asshe
she loaned against tho window and andcould Rndooultl andcould
could not be sorry that the strain of oftbo oftho ofthe
the lovers prcsonoo was removed removedBlanche removel1Dluncho removedBlanoho
Blanche had behaved very well all allthrough allthrough allthrough
through boon voy vo y affectionate and andcousiuly an ancousinly andcousiuly
cousiuly but there was tho faintest faintestsuspicion faintestSU faintestsuspicion
SU suspicion liolon of kindly condescension in inher Inhor inher
her treatment ot tho girl whom HUO HUOhad she ahohad shebad
had supplanted As for Harold 1m 1mbluff hiibll1l1 hisblutf
bluff good fellowship had been a daily
trial They 1b y were gone but tho re removal roo roomoval removal ¬
moval of her f lr cross made Christy feel feelns foolas
ns if life would consist of nothing to todo toto todo
do for some to como comoShe comoSho comeShe
She looked up the hill to whore tho thochimneys thochlmnols theohimnoys
chimneys of The Houso showed bo botwoon botweon betwoon ¬
twoon tho trees and an wondered if Mr MrJohn MrJohn MrJohn
John was experiencing anything like likeher hkeber likeher
her own feelings now that Harold was waegono WILStono wasgone
gone tono and ho had the placo to himself himselfSho himsoJrBho himselfShe
She wondered too if now they would wouldallow wouldollow wouldallow
allow him tho use of his surname or orif orif orif
if ho was to bo Mr John to the end endof endof endof
of tho chapter chapterHo
Ho had gained tho name during his hisuncles hisuuolos hisuncles
uncles life and after Mr Turtous Turtousdeath Turtonsdeath s sdoatb
death Harold Mr Johns halfbrother halfbrotherhad
had carried so much tho more impos imposing imposiDg imhosing
ing prosonco that the squire still romainod ro remained romoinod ¬
mained in the background as Mr MrJohn MrJohn MrJohn
John Ho was as quiet and nnllstudious studious and andif Rndif andif
if ho had any lore for society ho re repressed ropressed repressed ¬
pressed it partly from frol front his disinclina tliainolination disinclination UsincUnatiOI1 ¬
tion to be outshone by his younger youngerbrother youngerbrothor youngerbrother
brother partly from bis desire to toamend toamond toamend
amend if possible the fallen fortunes fortunesof
of his littlo estate It was known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that his undo had boon ambitions that thatho thatho thatho
ho should marry money but Mr John Johnappeared Johnappeared Johnappeared
appeared to prefer to save his money
by strict economy If ho had everpaid ever everpaid eVtJrpid
paid court to anybody bo and that thatperson thntporson thatperson
person were the only ones that know it itHarold itHarold itHarold
Harold also would have been pleased pleasedto
to see him marry money though ho bowas hoWS howas
was generous to him and though thoughHarold thoughHlrold thoughHarold
Harold had ha a sufficient fortune of his hisown hisown hisown
own ownHarold Harold had boon much t1rh the biggor biggerman biggorman biggorman
man at The House and Christy half halfsmiled halfBmiled halfsmiled
smiled at tho thought of Mr John bo boing booing hofag
ing forced by circumstances to take takohis takehis takehis
his own place placeTho plaeoTho placeThe
Tho sun was going down now the thogarden thegarden thegarden
garden lay in a shadow though tho thobright thebright
bright rays still shone on Mr Johns JohnscuNmnoys JohuschlIn018 Johnscthcigoys
cuNmnoys and on tho roses that clus clustered olusterail olflstorod ¬
tered over Christys window Sad Suddenly Snddenly Saddonly ¬
denly thoro was u step on the turf turfand tnrfand turfand
and somo one oamo leisurely around aroundtho oroundtho aroundtwo
tho corner of tho house
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May I como in Miss Wallace It Itis Itia Itis
is lonely up at the house houseIt housoJt houset
It t was Mr John himself and she nhehastened IIlIehMtone shehastoned
hastened to admit him II I was wasthinking WRSthin wasthinking
thinking thin king of yon I she said and andwondering andwonlering andwonlcring
wondering if wo wore to take to calling callingyou cn1lingyou callingyou
you by your yo r rightful name now that thatthoro thntthoro thatthere
thoro is only ono of you yonThoro youThero youThoro
Thoro has boon only ono of me moall meall meall
all my life long I think and that ouo ouohas ouohaa onehas
has been Mr John It would bo dif difficult dlffieult diffloult ¬
ficult to turn it into anything else elseMiss elsoMiss elseMiss
Miss Wallace WallaceNjt WallaooNt WallaceYet
Yet moro difficult I should think thinkthan thinkthlm thinkthan
than you found foun it to change me from fromChristy fromOhristy fromChristy
Christy to Miss Wallace she said saidwith Baidwitb saidwith
with a littlo smile smileThat smllrhnt smileThat
That happened and had to hap happen Jla JlapeD hapnon ¬
pen when you grow up ho replied repliedwith ropliedwith repliedwith
with a faint flush rising rfsin to hl hut face faooWhen faoaWhen faceWhen
When are you going goln to grow up
than Mr John I was rather slow alowat olowat slowat
at it if it only happened ilvo years yearsogo yearsago yearsago
ago > but you are even more dilatory dilatorysaid dtlntorysaid dilatorysaid
said Christy talking for tho sake of oftalking ofbIking oftalking
talkingWhat talking talkingWhat bIkingWhnt
What do people do when they theygrow theysrow theygrow
grow up Got married like Harold Haroldnnd Harohlnnel Haroldand
and Blanche Well I admit that wo wohave wehave
have lot our juniors got tho start of us usin usin
in in that I hope they will have a ahappy ahappy ahappy
happy life ho ended dreamily
They expect it and an they aro light lighthearted lighthearted I
hearted people Blanche is not of ofen ofenant onoat on onout
out of spiritsThen ofspirfte spirits
Then tho two lapsod into silence silenceand sllonooand silenceand
and sat s t gazing ouf on > ovor tho hndscapo hndscapoThey IIindscBpoThoy IindscnpeThey
They wore worobotb both thinking of 1 Blanche Blanchennd BlanehaRnd 31anohoand
and Harold abd of themselves is swell swellllte swellThe well wellbVtl
The aa > a bet find dtbO the summop summj ti tit wi
lt hi t 1tas1 It llJ 11Is a ia ra raI nett nettlteMleifgures
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lteMleifgures I i irb I bVtl bt bpitd i window windowChristy windoweadaal iDdo iDdotfn
eadaal kd kdChristy
Christy sirred tfn d hertelf Uwitb with a bit of ofa ofa ofa
a laugh as asa a thrush in tho acacias acaciasbroke acaoiasbroke acaciasbroke
broke into intoludden sadden ory HI I am keep ¬
ing you here all in tntho tho dark she said saidand saidand saidand
and would have risen to ring for forlights forlights forlights
lights lightsNot lightsteNot
teNot Not yot besought Mr John HI HIcamo I Ioamo Icame
came up horo with n distinct purpose purposetonight purpoBotonight purposotonight
tonight but I do not know how ho toset to tosot toact
sot about it I am a shy awkward awkwardman awkwardman wkwardmaD
man Will you forgive me if I make makea
a blunder blunderSurely blnnderhtroly blunderSriroly
Surely answered Christy in bo bowildozmout bewi1 howildormout
wildozmout wildozmoutI wi1 ol mont montII
II I want to show you n letter you youonco youonoo youonce
once wroto mo and ho selected a nnoto anoto anoto
noto from his poukotbook and handed handedit
it to her Do you romomber it itChristy it011rlpty itChristy
Christy opened opone l1t it nal aa 1 road it by tho thowailing thowluin thewaning
wailing wluin daylight He watched her ns nsshe n9she asshe
she leaned l aDotto to the window thinking thinkingwhat tl1lnkiu tl1lnkiuwhnt thinkingwhat
what a dainty delicate hand she had hadDunr htl1Dent hadDear
Dent Mr John I nm sorry yon iwkod mobecause mo mobeoiiuso mobeolluso
because It is a Impossible Uraiiilmumnw Uraiiilmumnwcoull OrulIlnuunmaCOIlItt Qrutdmummucoultt
coull not st spare > iro mu Harold wilt explain it itto Itto itto
to you ou > sours ours faithfully faithfullySho 1I1IIIrull 1I1IIIrullCUIIIIITIN falthfuliyC1IUISTI
CUIIIIITIN a W VALLltoE VALLltoEShe ALLUIr ALLUIrSho
Sho handed it back to him himI
I remember it very well but it is isa isa isa
a long time ago 1 thought it must musthavo ml1sthava musthave
have oflonded you somehow for it was wasthen WIlSthOD wasthan
then that I suddenly grow up upIt upIt upIt
It is possible for a man to bo hurt hurtwithout hurLwithout hurtwithout
without being offended Tho notohurt noto notohurt Dotohurt
hurt mo but something was said yes yesterday yesterday yestorday ¬
terday which mode mo think there had hadbeen hadbeon hadboon
been a > mistake Will you toll ino inowhat roowhat mewhat
what it was that I asked and yon yonfound yonfOl1nd youfound
found impossible impossibleObristy 1 1Ohristy
Christy began to fool nervous there thorowas therowas therewas
was something almost portentous in intho intho inthe
tho oxtromo quiet of his speech His Hisfaoo Hislaoo illsfaro
faro looked pale through the gather gathering gathering gathering ¬
ing gloom gloomIt gloomtIlt
tIlt It was a message that Harold Haroldbrought Haroldbrought Haroldbrought
brought from you Yon asked mo to torido torido toride
rido with you to Boltons Cove tbo tbonext tbonod thenext
next day and I could not go partly
became granny did id not notthink think it proper properfor properfor properfor
for mo to ride with you alone and andpartly nnt nntpartly andpartly
partly because the servants were going goingto
to a continuation and Jones J nes had to totako totnko totake
take my horse to drivo them Harold HlUoldslldhe Haroldsaid Haroldsaidbe
said slldhe ho could explain oxplainlll all that in n words wordsbettor wordsbettor wordsbetter
bettor than I could in writing I was wasvexed wasvexcd wasvexed
vexed because I wanted to o go to Boltons Bol Boltons Boltons ¬
tons Cove You BOO 80e1 y 2 romomber it itall ital1 itall
all very wallExcellently well wellExcellently tt ttExoellently
Excellently woll ho answered answeredwith answeredwith answeredwith
with a curious intonation Perhaps Perhapsyou Perhapsyon Perhapsyou
you will bo snrp surprised cd to hoar that I Inever Inover Inever
never did ask yotp y yep to go to Boltonn BoltonnCove BoltonlICovc BoltonsCove
Cove and that I jpnt nt you no message messageon
on that day dayNo II
1 don dont t und tand tandN tandNo
No N 0 ho an nnwyorod an eroel his hands mov moving m moving v viug ¬
ing restlessly In n curious contrast to toChristys toOhristys toChristys
Christys whit wbi lay immovable in her horhip herlp herisp
hip UIt It scoots soe s that I bad two friends friondsjust friendsjn friendsjust
just jn t then mo mart mar anxious for my perma permanent Jlermanent permaneat ¬
nent welfarollun wclfaro bn my present prts ont happi happiness lJapplnoSo happtfloss ¬
ness I waswriting was writing a loiter of tome tu o oI
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importanco ilnp ortanpo to myself myoelfwhon when my undo undocalled un010oallod nude nudecalled
called me away Iloft my desk un unlooked unlooked unlocked
looked not supposing that anyone anyonewould fLnyonewouJd anyonewould
would bo likely to soarch into my my priveto pri privato privato
vato affairs but ut it proved that I was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too trustful Harold oxarainod eumi o1 my myletter lilYlotter myletter
letter and roported upon it to my myundo myunclo myuncle
undo and as the result my letter letterwas lotterWIlS letterwas
was suppressed and nn a message devised dovisodfor e10viso1for devisedfor
for Harold to carry iu its place I have havoa
a copy of that letter Let me light n ncandle ncandlo acandlo
candlo Inhouldliko I should like you to road it itChristy itOhristy itChristy
Christy But white and silent in her hershimmering her8hlmm hershimmering
shimmering 8hlmm ring wedding dross ghostlike ghostlikein
in the faint light from the window windowscarcely windowsClLrcely windowscarcely
scarcely less so in tho little yollbw yollbwglouru jollbwGlotlm yollbwgleam
gleam of tho candle cnn le Not a peso or n nmotion nmotion amotion
motion of hers escaped o c po Mr John that thatnight thltnight thatnight
night nightSbo nightho nightShe
She ho was rather frightened fri bteuoltnow bteuoltnowwhon now nowwhen nowwhen
when liO set tho candle dawn < ou tho thenholf thoSuoU thoahoH
SuoU beside hor horand and an handed her Ihlspco Ihlspcoond this ieo ieoand eo eoand
and letter Uor Tho paper trembled in hor horbant herhand
hand and sho bent her hothead head nervously nervouslyovor
over it AH she rend rcmlsho she tromblod more morennd moronn moreand
and nn more for this was n 1 plain and anduiuiplo aullIdwplo addsimple
simple proposal of marriage from u uman l lman aman
man to whom she had uovor darod < lare to tolift tolfCt tolift
lift her eyes 0 e8 from that point of view viewnnd viewnnd viewand
nnd tho very simplicity of it was so solike 00liko solike
like tho writor that it was like having
his very words wor s breathed into her cars carsIt carsIt earsIt
It was written live years ago Bud ho howas howas howas
was standing over her now as oho road roadit rea reait roadit
it
To him the time Boomed endless as assbo assbo asshe
sbo Nat Ha with bent head considering consideringthose oonsiderlngthoso consideringthose
those brief word But it was moro morothan morothan morethan
than the words that detained her i it itwas itWtlS itwas
was the shook of the whole thing and andtho nUlltho antithe
tho difficulty i1l culty of rcalizingits realizing roallzln its moaning
She moved moved nt last and Rn ho took back backtho backtho backthe
tho letter letterTho letterTho I IliTho
liTho Tho explanation that Harold gave gavemo gavemo gavemo
mo was that you preferred him him to mo moho molie tuehe
ho said with tho same forced quiotudo quiotudoof
of his former speeches IIlf If I sent tho tholetter tholetter theletter
letter to you now what nnswor would wouldyou IVOl1h1on wouldyou
you on give g1 vo me moMr me1r meMr
Mr 1r John I spoke Bp ke Christy ih star startied startleel startied
tied tones tonesIf tonesH tonesIf
If you said John it would bo all alltho niltbo allthe
the answer I would ask for It ho an answered answcrcd answered ¬
swered sweredChristy swcrcdOhrlsty sweredChristy
Christy half rose Sho thought she ahowould obewould shewould
would fool safer on her feet and at atthat nttbnt atthat
that moment tho door openedThe opened openedThe openedrhe
The mistress wants you ou in hor room roomat roomat roomat
at once Miss Christy and shall i bring bringin
in the lamp lampChristy
Christy went weutupswiftly wontup up swiftly to her grand grandmother srandmothtJr14 grandmotheris ¬
mothtJr14 mother a little shocked nt having forgotten for forgotten forsotton
gotten her for so long and a 1 good deal dealrelieved dealrelieved dealrelieved
relieved at having gained timo boforo boforogiving boforogtving beforegiving
giving her answer answerMrs answerMrs
Mrs 1 s Wallace was sitting in her chair chairby obirby chairby
by tho window from which oho might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have icon Mr Johns approach to tho thohouRe thehouR thohouse
houR houReSo houseSo
So 0 John Jo1ibTartQh Tarfpm4 here reBha shesaid shesaidin she paid paidin d dJa
in Mrqajok Ja qlljok sharp IlU11A way 1 t fhaV hatehe hateheChrfatyewitewere h hforTV hr
forTV r or n h < vw vwGhriityVwits r
GhriityVwits Chrfatyewitewere were er hardly h r I1lUflol ntflloie raffloient raffloiently ht htJyoollected t tly
ly Jyoollected collected for hoc l u to give an immedi iarinediately immediately immediatel ¬
ately atel Intelligible answer answerNever answorNovor answerNever
Never mind said the old lady ladynodding Indynoddins ladynodding
nodding cheerfully wo all know that thatho thatbo thathe
ho has not comoto Como to see if his brother brotheris
is loft behind by mistake Now look lookhere lookhere lookhere
here Christy John Tartan is hero to topropose topropcso topropose
propose to yon and you aro a fool if ifyoa ifyon ifyou
yon say no lJoa Hofl no fool and hos hesworth hosworth hosworth
worth a dozen of his brothers Har Harold Harold Barold ¬
old was good enough for Blanche but buthe buthe buthe
he was uot good enough for you au Inl InlI < l lI
I was not vexed when ho throw you youover yonover youover
over for hor You take John i boH the thoman themnn theman
man Jar for you tI and tho old lady nod nodded nolidell nodded ¬
ded more and inure vigorously in ap approbation apt aptprohatioD approbation ¬
probation probationBu prohatioDl1ttRranny
Bu Bat l1ttRranny granny bcgfnu Christy op opponlingly aptponlingly appoalingly
ponlingly ponlinglyTut
II Tut tilt I Nover mind granny grannyThoro grannyThere rannyThre
There you Olt doiit do t want to ho vexing vexingvourmilf vo ven incournclf in inOUrRI1f
vourmilf with tho nqtiou that I cant cantdo emtdo c mt mtdo
do without you1 vou oIJl I can manure mntII O I lOIn lOInm1nlgo cm cmmnungo o in inmanago
mnungo 1 You do as I hi lJV1 Ln1 l you Go Godown OndOIVD Godown
down and drop a pretty courtesy and andsny Cllilt81Y antisay
say If yonploa yon 1lel ploao o Mr John Thats Thatstho Thatsthe 1hlt6tho
tho thing thin anti thoro is no Harold to tocotuo tocomo tocome
como between you this time Some Somoold Sowoold Someold
old womon arent so blind as 8 they theylook theylook theylook
look my dear Como hero Christy Christyseeing Christyseeing It Itseolng
seeing how her grandchild stood stoodirresolute stoolirresolute stoodirresolute
irresolute with face working and eyes eyessuspiciously evossuspiolously oyessuspiciously
suspiciously misty Bond down nnd nndkiss nndkiss andkiss
kiss your granny You have been a agood ngood agood
good child to mo and a comfort over oversince eversince oversince
since I had you and an I want to soo you youhappily youhaPPIly youhappily
happily settled Johns tho man for foryon roryou foryou
you Go down to him and tomorrow tomorrowyon tomorrowyou tomorrowyou
you can send him np to mo I dont dontwant doutwant dontwant
want to BOO him tonight tonightBut tonigbtBut tonightBut
But Christy lingered kneeling by
her grandmother really crying softly softlyovercome softl softlovorcome
overcome overcome by the tenderness from such suchan suohan suchan
an unexpected source coming on the thotop tbotop thetop
top of so many disquieting thingsMrs things thingsMrs tbints11rs
Mrs Wallace did not allow her to tocry tocry tocry
cry long longThats lon lonlbl1ts longThats
Thats enough enoug Christy I she said saidbriskly saidbriskl saidbriskly
briskly briskl Cheer up null set nbout nboutyour nboutyour aboutyour
your business You are keeping tho thoman thoman theman
man waiting waitingSo
So Christy had to go gotdown tdown down Mr MrJohn MrJohn MrJohn
John listening with tho ear of an ananxious RUanxlons ananxious
anxious lover heard every footfall on ontho ontho onthe
tho stairs heard uncertain steps como comoacross oomonor08S comeacross
across the hall uncertain fingers laid laidon laidon laidon
on the doorhandle His heart beat beatas beatRS beatas
as irregularly as her feet moved movedHis movodHis movedHis
His oyos sought hers as R she entered enteredeagerly entorodeagorly enteredeagerly
eagerly anxiously What has Mrs MrsWallace 3IrsWallace MrsWallace
Wallace said to you youSho yoUShe youShe
She said that John Turton had hadcomo haJcomo hadcome
como to proooso to mo and nn 1 was a afool 1fool
fool if I said no Oh John 1 she said aaidin saidin tlil1 tlil1in
in n 1 voice that was smothered in his hisembrace hiscmuract hisembrace
embrace if I was not good goo enough enoughfor enoughfortiarold
for fortiarold fortiaroldLot Harold HaroldLot HaroMLet
Lot Harold bo ho haq done one us usharm n nharm ushsrm
harm enough olroaly Christy ho homiid beRU tiemitt
mitt RU tt with his voice tremulous with a amultitude 1 1wn1tituJo amultitude
multitude of fueling 1amprumoted 1amprumotedr I lam am promoted promot
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to bo John and I lleol fool that I am grow growing growing grow growing ¬
I ing up iJohn I IJohn lit litI
John J ohn she he repeated still much muchsmothered llLuohsmothoreel muchsmothered
smothered I 11 I suppose they will willnaturally willnaturally vUlDatnralJy
naturally say Mr and Mrs Turton Tnrtonwont Turtonwont Turtonwont
wont they Wo shall both bo grown grownup grownup growuup
up then thenTho Tho Homo Quoon QuoonWOKDS QueenWOUU QuoonWORDS
WORDS OF WISDOM WIS1JOJINo WJ lJOJl lJOJlo
1 1become
No o sin is so littlo that it may not notbecome notbocomo
become tho souls master masterLooking masterLo01dng masterLooking
Looking n difficulty square in tho thofrtco thoflCO theface
face will often kill it dead deadNo deadNo cnd cndNo
No prayer meeting was over killed killedby killody killedby
by y tho prayers being too short shortTo shortTo
To eloso our hearts against a brother brotheris
is to shut heaven against ourselves ourselvesTho ourselvesrho ourselvesTlto
Tho world has h I learned moro from fromits fromita fromits
its poor than it has from its kings kingsTho kinRs1ho kingsThe
The man who robs another a of his hislight hisright hisright
right lose 1ls most by tho transaction transactionBowaro trnusaotionBowaro transactionBeware
Bowaro of tho din In whoso only do detense dofcnbo c10ron
tense ron e ie that it ia highly respectable rospootnbloA
A poor man with a sunny spirit will willgot willaot willgot
got moro out of life than a wealthy wealthygrumbler welltbygrumbler wealthygrumbler
grumbler grumblerWhen grumblerWhen grumblerWhen
When lovo givds it enriches itself itselfbut itselfbut itselfbut
but what covetousness keeps it takes takesfrom takcafrom takesfrom
from itself itselfBoil t tDoH fBoll
t
Boil down many n mans religion religionnnd religionRnd religionand
and it will bo found to have been noth nothing DothiDR nothlug ¬
lug but froth frothLovo frothLovo frothLove
Lovo is dead dea when the husband be begins begius begins ¬
gins to grudge tho money it takes tI kes to tosupport toRupport tosupport
support his wife wifeIt wifeIt wifeIt
It is not what we have but what wo wodo wodo wedo
do with what wo have that proves our ourfitness ourfitness ourfitness
fitness for promotion promotionThoro promotiolbero promotionThere
There must bo a constant dying to ton ton toa
n lower life if wo would know what it itmeans itmeans itmeans
means to enjoy a higher one onoTho oneTho oneTho
Tho man who spends his time in incounting inconntlng Incounting
counting hypocrites generally makes makesn
n miscount by not putting himself at attho nttho atthe
tho head of the list listThoro listTher listThoro
Thoro is some blessing in boing boingrich boingrich beingrich
rich and strong and gifted iftoll but bu there thorois
is moro in being beln none of those and andyot andyot andyet
yot doing bettor than they theyWhen theyWhon I IWhon
Whon tho preaching is against sins sinsthat Binsthat sinsthat
that are not known this side of China Chinaand Ohinaanll Chinaand
and no other tho devil will help tho thoproaohor thoproaoher theproaohor
proaohor to got a congregation congregationQo
Go forth with a smilo on your face faoeand faooond faceand
and you will return believing that thatmost tbatmost thatmost
most people aro good natured Wear Wearquarrelsome WOBra
a frown and you will and plenty or orqunrrolsomo ofquarrelsome
quarrelsome people peoploRtms Rams Horn HornDiseases t iDiseases
I
Diseases of Gem penisPrecious GemPrecious
1
Precious stones are subject to vari various various various ¬
ous maladies mala ieo ranch tho same as ordi ordinary ordiDilry ordinary ¬
nary human beings Many lI ny of thimaladies the thtfmaladies themaladies
maladies of gems are incurable and andcolor andoften
often oftelrpro1ofatalfar prove fatal as far astberliehaty tbi 1
of oPb the atone to Ie lieoMnaI eolieerned Q pie of the theI 9
x I a l1 alEFttp 1 nUlftr r dll B 4 4atebieifi w
Wki atebieifi fjf t tlor tbelraspoUe f t ge geshier
color lor Tae heomeraId fr M r1 W the MpfcMrt ppfrfan ppfrfant aui auithe a n nthe dl
the t ruby rub are commonly eo eommonlysrppgeed itDonI1 sapppfteo p to tohavo tOhnvo lo6 lo6have
have absolutely permanent colors colorsand cotorsand colorsand
and yot it has boon found by recent rcoontexperiment reoentexperiment recentexperiment
experiment in Paristhat Paris that long expos exposure exposure expos exposuro ¬
ure to light causes thorn to fade per perceptibly perooptibly percop ¬
ceptibly ceptiblyJn cop ttbly ttblyIn
Jn n the garnet andtbo and tho topaz tho thochange thochango thechange
change is often comparatively rapid rapidThie rapidThie rapidThis
Thie fading is accompanied in rubies rubiesand rnbiesand rabiesand
and garnets by a cloudy dull appear appearance appellrance appearanco ¬
ance Tho habit which some gems gemshavo gemshl1vo gemshave
have of cracking unexpectedly unoxpcotedlyand unoxpcotedlyandwithout and andwithout andwithout
without any apparent cause soomato soomatobo scorns to tobo tobo
bo incurable Opals are considered consideredtho d dtho
tho most unlucky of nil gems They Theyoftou Theyyoften 1buyortou
often become so sensitive that the theuont thobORt thebent
bent encountered by the wearer sitting sittingolo sittingoloo
oloo olo 6 to a fire will destroy thorn thornTho I ITho fThe
Tho lustre 111 tlO of nn opal is due c1u to myr myriads myrilds myrinds ¬
iads of minute cracks orncs in tho body bollyof bollyoftho of oftho ofthe
tho stone the edges of which rollout rollouttho ra1leottho retleetthe
tho light at different 1I lorcnt nn anSloe los produc producing prolluoing protluolug ¬
ing its chirneteriitio prhmitia colors colorsAnyone colorsAnyoDo colorsauyonu
Anyone of these myriad of cracks cracksmay ern cracksmay oks oksmlV
may cause tho gjm to spitThe spit spitThe splitTho
The misfortuuos of pearls pour III are nlmoatoo nlmoaj nlmoajtoo ohnosJtoo
too numerous to bo clarified Since Sincetflo 81nootno Sincetoo
too pearls consist entirely of carbon carbonnto oarbonate carbonate
ate of lime they aro exceedingly sono son sensitive sonsitio ¬
sitive to all attaorts Rortsof of reactions Thrown Throwninto Throwninto rhrowninto
into a fire at an ordinary rod rei heat boatthey heatthoy heatthey
they are instantly converted ito i 1to to a amoro amoro amore
moro pinch of lime dust and if noel aooidently ncoidentfy noeldontly
dently touched with any corroding corrodingacid
acid aci aro ruined They are cosily flashycracked cosilycracked t3asflyoracked
cracked or broken and often ortenL loso losoTho losotheir losetheir
their Jostro merely by being harr ha lllod lllodrho llodTim
Tim acid contained in tho perspiration perspirationof persp ation ationof r
of the skin has also boon kno knoitdt Mo1 Mo1destroy todestroy tO tOdsstroy <
destroy them thomNew Now York World Worlclhiet WorldDiet l lmet
Diet for tile Pet Dog DogTho DogThe DogThe
The best menu for a pot dog con consists eonsists consiets
sists of bread broad and milk n ilk oatmeal boiled boiledin I
in broth vegetables mixed with gravy gravycabbage gravyoabbago gravycabbage
cabbage or greens of some kind kindflavored kindlIavorod kindflavored
flavored with gravy should bo givon giventwo givontwo givontwo
two or three times a week in piece of oftbo oftbo ofthe
tbo grass which bo would w uld cat if ho hocould bocould hocould
could got it biscuits and puppy cakes cakesand cokesaud cakesand
and an n occasional bone without withoutmeat withoutmcat withoutmeat
meat for the benefit of his teeth teethwhich teethwhlob r rwhich
which will otherwise become loose loosefrom loosefrom ooso oosofrom
from want of use water to any extent extentand extentand extentand
and an occasion oooa8 onltl pinch of powdered powderedsulphur powdoredsulphur powderedsulphur
sulphur especially in warm weather weatherby wcntherby weatherby
by the way of a condiment condimentTexts condimentTexIs condimentTexts
Texts In London Street Vehicles VehiclesThere VchltlcsThoro VehielosThere
There is in London a Tramcar and andOmnibus andOmntbus andOmnibus
Omnibus Scripture Text Mission Missionwhich Missionvhich Missionwhich
which aims to put a transparent text textin textin
in each oar and omnibus in the city cityit cityit
It is estimatod that thoro are 1500 1COOomnibuses 1500omnlbulCS 1500omnibuses
omnibuses and 806 tramcars carrying carryingannually carryingRnnnally carryingannually
annually 1214000000 and 175000000 175000000travelers 175000000trl1velors 175000000travelers
travelers respectively The society societyhas Rociotyhils societyhas
has not yet succeeded in supplying supplyingeaoh 6upplyinJeah
eaoh ea b but is endeavoring to do so 80hopiDS sohopiog s shoping
hoping thus to rival tho value of tho thoadvertisements thoudvprlisemcuts theadvertisements
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