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1; is wonh while far all faratr
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I Thai rood feares p. it better thaa
lawsuit with your aeigibors.
That Lay is a great deal chpajirr
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a.xttactt rx pleto deal with. Most ofVmVVlUd a,t 1; my pipe, nor -t had : she could make the needle dart i. aad ; use uafe3s ataiaed aa. llJ
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i T MEI J SON I Kat ate readr" ia! SSc to far ! have alter t.V she did what she "Do yoa thiak yoa caa do it now!" j nUer to water trees, bat to keep the yoj
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'!WtM 'someof them don't do Chaa Some J of her old lo.ks, kissed me on the j aake h all the eas.er foryoa to earn . c-ri,is waa.e. ! The wo -1
r ;of them leave their lodgiag s. aad 1 ! forehead, a, with cae 1 T kLard,-.vd ; A drammerlTbTat time to the lT
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j Cddlir g about. I Ifgaa to see a Li; j
jtae reasoa war tLe purpose, yoa ,
iitaow, o: a,i !Le screws taa
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our aeichbor's wife, who was a dr.
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eoald aot ret i; to go. aad it-fore 1
aicLt.br th akli.c. aad pattiac this i
and that together, had c. ; her ia the
war of WkVk-iLr it prt-r.r steadilr.
tiiougk with ay eiaasr facers I ic
eocld Erit Vbti r.. tip it rrif;' : 0
I had nsy bit cf dlaaer aad tea
wiib those jecple, aad tLty ferct c
half a crown coon ae as well, tad I
weat back ieel.a;
ke a a.
w aaa, sc
.; t-itc-e cf
rtfres.hiag
work.
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soaetaiig woaiw coae.
'Veil, so yoa did." I sa'
the soaetiiac is rather saall
P
t the rer at it atr 45 we were -
,;.r;ag :a tLe a.ar: c pecp.e w l.o
I Wt-re fast taklac to sewiac aachiaes
j if the f.ks froa the aca; hoase
j dlda't waat ae to lo.-k at theirs! Aad
ilea, the aews spreadiac. as rews
will spread, that there was soaebody
i who could cobble aad tlaker aachia-
ery without pattiag people to the es-!
j f lease that aakers would, if the j-bs
'ldid'at coae ia fast, so that I was
i obliged tc get Lies tad drills aad a 1
J rice rega'ar set of tools by degrees: ;
laad st last I was as basr as a b-e ;
iroa aoraiacto airat. aaa wtist
1 erer ay work as happy as a kirg.
j Of coarse every aow aad thea I
;.rot a breakage, bat I could reaeraliy
;tet orer that ly bujiag a aew wLeei
ior sptadie, or wLat aot IN'ert we
I got to supply it g shattlts aad cet-ales
aad aachiae cotton ooa after 1
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i f i ,n tt ... v 1 n.-.'..-. .t a
at a
i rood profx Coach; aaotLer tad .n-j
loiter, aaa soil
I takiac thea ta J
tbem: thea cot to
aoaer ia exchaace
,,., .- ii-
1 .'i ur viivn. c . fc. i-fc ..., Ufcivi fc...
other lecaa
e a rt-calar b'c dealer, asj'C? saon aaswers. saapjuac at taejcp ler aaaa; aaa 1 saw r as as
'tou see.
17 , -jt-i . t..j
I liund'ed. ty, aew, M-Cvaa-taDCt.
I .-..-j . Kn&p ltf
tairs br the aea. I
;2w ob tbe premises, w
i bodr Lai told ae Lrtee
ithat I should le doicj thi I should
:. hare latched at him.
I Tt
:at prettr girl showiag aad ex-
P'aan'ar tae aactiae to a customer.
That's Eulh, that is. .No, ao; aT'piee wora, aau wtai nisuueuira:
i?. , i .v. ciinn i-;'! iu.
tetusiiltl - 'V., Sa c-xjx. vv- aa " " -
jPoor giri, I always thiak of Ler aad
! r.i i.-.-.-, J V .l-.wn T T. T. 4 V, n . T
1 Ui IU V Vltkk 1 4- l v . y -- ' . -1 !- . . t
i at tbe same time.
Curious idea that, yoa will say. b
! TV! --.'1 -rrxr,
. 11 kt. fc. , kiu
i I " h. . Maaracne
itoo that has dlsarpearod like that 1
do &ee scain perhaps hare it
Ibroucht here tr soae oae to be rt-
r,.:j ,rr.v.-, r.ed for a ber or
iter ri nf a d:fer'-t Bate: lor U roa
; - . v .... rr,Vr.t
iUJJVa Ajt k a. w aa a -
,! kiads Be W aad old, little GOBeS-
j j-jg. -a)i jf 1 dsai hriac
rc a out cae of Lis workta.
L.ca
I ms-i Ibc-se jf.ple
ti Lere
lis xnwliEe fcr I
kiws'" knc" iL-ea tv the tcirber
it turas c tL&t tier re lotrtl it
thrM-i-h ta s-Jrertlseitrfft -.r eais.
roc 22, or m6j be ozl c-f pa wabro-;
ters
Lf-Tt.
Dut I're Lzi I'iety of hoaert peo-
j to deal whh, t ihea a hsTe :
ct-a e ftraiht f jrward aad told me :
! thf-jevaiiLt iff p ajiLeir psjraeatB, ! a
aaat: tea me to ia.se ise.r asicLiaes
bark, T.-hta l"d allow iheas as racth
i.5 1 thcurhi fit r. aad ""iwocld be aa
taa ci a jvirtfaat traafcafuca, :
ircwsj ire cafa mr.ca tic-cn;
t t sc-iae Sc-.ks la? oace ine that cae-
soetiates I're wca-;
d.rt j wheihtr I'd gii aaj heart left,
atiittta tie wi.e lai to laterfere, :
.ullia? lie I're be a fpolled with '.
: pr, r::r aaa p-owti ccfetllig'. :
! It was fhe cade me gire war;
tb: tt Lath, fr oa aaT, alter har-'
? Lsd cy bris5t;5 aa feet cp by Lad-
? t-" three f -owl soaad
( a ci'?
y best rcaite?, had foae ao-'
ixulv kat-w where, who shocid coae
laic the fchrp bat a lady -like wcaaa
ia very t-Labiy widow's weeds. She
waated a iLathiaa 't herself aai
' dacrhter to letra, iad said she 1
: heard that I w eald take the Beat t
; l v iartfcllajt ats.
Sow, jast half aa
;h:-ar Uls.t, by
oar shop tlxk, I lad j
t l'i jpre ap all klad .
a i-e a tl-w ttat
of trade, tad I was Terr roegl w ith ,
L. r, ;as-t as I aa wtta I a crofi
aaa said "ao." j
"Ha; Voa w lH if tie hadr glrcs se- j
tir.
T
:y," t-ijs ay wife, hastily.
1
.at pov.
woaaa j-ave such a woe- J
t'f'a.-ae
a, -.re c
11:-. j
at us
at n aae ae i
li
roaldfttl that
Lave to .-; ti-r
lira?. Aad so
if I stopped I should j
hare cae at her owa i ;
it
oiJai It; U
tare a trst c.as:
Ba i
: a.ae ro.
U? L-CU, t-iT Vi-.J I1
5T-
lar i' . . a aad
t-.i.::.c ;o I-..T
i S-X 0 wa. tad a:
half a crowa a week.
aad a.- a ore s-.-rarltj
thaa acthlac ,
To u;ole it w orse, too. i.
I aide"
d the thlo-j hoaewlthcat c
Late c
w ;t
. v.
.r le wa? tact :
a", h.ae aow kecpla
:i: crowa ia;o a fa
g cr b;Kk?. te-i
tae r -oaa
;w o:
are aad tweatr: aad I s
aaarrowj-
-1
t d the w Lole cf the rest of
eal.'.ac arst-lf all tie weak
he day. i
aiaded 1
;a
. jc r
the saa, aad telliac the 1 1
" k w-j"' - k-"- -.v
docs, aad 1 slouid be ru.aed.
r-. a:
Yea
cachtto be a-haaed c-f rear-'
f. Tc a,"
.1," s-ae said. j
aa," says I I did at tLlak !
.r I
V... t-,..V
sac t a tool.
ac-a a fool as to do a cool
Siad
3 to cae wto was er.aeaay a
,.acy
i wt-rl
1 ora. aaa ccxae dowa 13 the t
'Yts," I says,
io 11 v lag ia Bea-
Eft: s p. ace,
where I're saak ao les.-
itaa tea aa'
rhlaes ia fire Tears.
-Yes." sars the wife, aad eiearcii
; bcacreds of poaacs. . Tea, I'm
lasfcaaed cf yoa yea a aaa with
j tweaty worsmea oasy cp stars, a
1 - r 1 . j -!.. k .
cmp.- o. 'J-Miaj jua---5 u
-. -, .'-.
aad ia the btak
id your league,
ach.'y, sad we:
: trv aad wort it
Wi-i
t oa;
til tl
yoal ' 1
into the
1
Lake taa-e l-ack
sooa after.
loc k-
iac rtrr strarce.
;t,j 1 was at a.a
1 a.reci.y.
' -.er
sc rea aai siil"' I
says, aagri.y.
c did'tt aaswer, b:
taree
j it.f erowas dowa c a the eesk. iocs
! cct the b-oc-k. Bade his eatries date
f cellrerr, f rs; paraeat. whea the
ers were else, aad all the rest of
;; aad was coiag iato the hocse.
"Miad." 1 says, sharply, 'those
pay at at? arc to be kept cp to the
day; tad to-aorrcw yc-a go to K 01-
T S. W LO
thea, aad
hrp aear;y opposite to
til 'ea to keep aa ere ca
ihew ld.'W. or we rhall iose aaother
aaohtae."
" oa aeeaa"
Le sar?, cold:
frald.
jPT're
father,"
hoaesi
eaoara. c a.y pc-
! I
was "ast :a t
with scaebodr.!
1 Ti3d to 02 arre
' aad that did tt.
! '-Whea I k yoa fer your cpiaioa.
! roaac aaa, rou cire it; aad w Lea I
: ttll roa to do a thing, yoa do it," 1
isars. ia as sarsce a war as erer I
sarsge
??ohe
tae iiii.
"Yoa go erer to-1
w
aaa
ell Holir's to keep a
lo:
t-a taose peopie-
0 rou
j tear:
"Esther," i
ia the fece. '
I r dt-iac sue
rays, lookirc
coald'at iasu
t thea ; f.
h a thlac," when with-
oal taotae:
of the shop,
tvt-r.
For that 1
word he
Ittriar E!
walked oat
worse thta
1 . T:ptfT cv-,V-ti ei
ae k.te taat Kiore, aaa 1 saou.a tart
,-, , ., - 1 , , .!'
goae after hla fee liar aad like, oa'.y
scae pe,p:e cas e ia, aadldid'at;
! - - - t -, S , ' r T. tH . rr
: thiar. too. f jt l a sure 1 should bare
t-fcii all s.-rt. of th'tarsto the boy, that;
1 taoaia aarc trry ur a;ter.
; Aad there I
ac aad frett:ac;eres cS her.
1 ..1.
& Kict j-iTi-re wita ererrooflr. r:r -
1 z . . -1
le, tad ft-eltag as a Ban d'jes feel
be wife workicc aad rerr cuiet,
w hea Lake caae in from the work-
-top w:ta a oots aaaer 1:5 arm, tor
u i-n.. u iu.u-1 v l mt
; aad tae s.ctt c: l;m aaae ae Jeci as
. a
1 must quarrel.
He saw :t too. bat said noahlcr. on -
' . . i .. . .... . . . . . . -. . . , . . .
.(.'ti..! -
t LU 1 I ft
The witc saw tae storm brewing,
! It was done. She always gets orer'
i me Lke that; aad alier smoting in
6tltf ace lor ball an aoar, 1 was jyiag;
i back with ay eyes dosed, dropping
1 olf to sleep, waen tbe wiie said wtat
: -
5 ' Yes. Le's asleep aow."
-
tv. at ' -arr.t me bp. o! coarse, and
. 1 1 : II
1 heard all they said in a whisper.
. i w aea se sat-ws u:ai ue ttaa wa ta , oeea iu. iaeia w.'H" , , i thaa to thetr leicht ciricc sabsis-;
1 1 1 i 1 -ii - t 1 . 1 . i - r - t-. r-r.ta tr.i r t.t . 1
repaired cp i the wrocg aaa lam 1 tie lean to go j "JMy aame s -natta, 1 sa;a, tat:ag . coarse .itter, aaa u -i arrt. i . M tirEe profe5jiCr s,a.
cot at least I d cwa ia . J oa; a screw -drirer. "My aachtae: root coc-1 aad Bo.st, aad gore them w 0TerIt3C.k ;
rLile if aar-' It sis about tigLt o'ciock that 1 how does it go! Though: I d come j vigor and hea.th. f . noBritlnieIi. tei!.j0; ja
a rears aco! was slttiag by the parlor fire, with ! aad see." J It is La-d!y aecessarr to repeat -wstt. .mehoratioa tf
fcltTlVk 11 kfcl -kl - . . . , - . - I . ' . , -. 1 J . -k-,'.
. r , . , -i y-v 1 . 1 ' 1 . ' 1 : 1 1 1 Ei-tk inu .ui. (ii tirki. d.i-i. i
"How eaae too to make him more
j reied llaa ie'was. Lcke?" ts.:d the
; wife: d he told Ltr.
exifflir !t was Kart-hreAkiar.
1 i:;.. . -rr ir.m
wkb Ler dicrLter, ad, Esther, whea
I suw her 1 felt as if there, I ctat
tell tos.'
taoa,
Lcie " bp .kEJi
TheTYe half FLrred " Le skid, ia
LckT war 'Oh no;.fT h'e ior-
r,!.,e r,fh a n-wt rf.acT.ifni iirl
and v wr.n .alf drim
i!most -:.tK t.t-tvkv
The wife sljrfd,
"TteT uAi ne," Le west oa, "how
hard tL? I al tril ta lir hr r.ra -
aarj aeedie work, aad failed, aad as
a last resocrse ther had tried to ret:
the taachiae."
-poor thicrsr taTg tie wife:
bat
are roa aare the Bother was a laJr."
A cierrrEaa's widow," tar?
Luke.
hastilr: 'there Lfa"! a dontt
.boct 1;
Poor rirl! aad they're got
uta-itoleara to tc it Ufore it will
aay use."
I'oct rirl
JLtkr. sars tae wi.e.
softly, aad I saw thread, tuy eye-.
las-hes that she had laid a htad" api.a
hie ara sad was lock-lag caricaJy at I
aira, waea ii he aida't terer his fat-e j
with his haads. rest his elbows ca the
table, aad rire a low rroaal Ties I
the old wcaaa got tp, stood behind j
Li chair, aad Ixcaa itlaria? with
aad caressiag his Latr like the fx-liih j
old Bother woald.
'Mother," he says, saddealy, -will ;
xr 1 ro aad see thea;" !
tae dida't aaswer for a alaate. j
oaly stood lockiag dowa at hla, aad j
fi-t if TTi-''ni;tift. f.;.1 tAV.
'The t paid t 02 the first aoaerl'" i
No," he fys, hot.y.
e heart to take it"
"Thea that Eoa-fr roa
'I hada't
paid hla :
was rours, Laktl"
-Yts.
aother," Le
sajs, fc-ap.y; ;
aad taose two stopped Iockuag cae at j
tie ether, till the wife beat dowa aad
kissed Lisa, Loldiag Lis Lead after-1
war a f.-r a
haads; L-r
few aiaates betweta her
she
alwars did worsh:p
tLat caap,
our oaly cae: sad thea 1
eres vicht aad weat ca
closed ar
breatliag heary aadthiakiac.
l or soaethiac l ie a aew rtre.a-
tiaa had coae cpoa ae. I kaew
Lake was f re aad twtatr sad that
was a:;y-.oar, a
1 l.te a b:r to
;t le a.ways seea
be, aad here I was
j wak:ac cp to the
that he was a ;
rrc-wa cp aaa. aad that he was thiak- j
tag aad fe..ag as I arst taoacat sao:
felt whea I saw Lis Bother, a'ch
a pea e.ctt aad tweatr rears aco.
I lar back thiakiar aad telllag ay-
eh' I
w as ref sar
ace with Li a for
aeeeiriag Be
aaa taat 1
wouiaa
hare hla sad his aother
j together tgaias; ae, aad that I
j would"; etaad It aad see hla aake
a fool of himself with the rst pretty
girl be tt eyes oe, wbea Le might
aarry Maria Taraer, the eagiaeer'?
daughter, aad tare a alee bit cf
aoaey with her to pat iato the Lasi
aeas. aad thea be ny partaer.
".No," I say. "if yoa plot together
I'll plot til sioae,"' aad thea I pre
teaaed to wake ap, took ao aotice.
aad had ay sapper.
I kept rather craS" the aext aara
iac, sad aade Byself Tery basj
ija; the place, aai I dare say spike
aore sharply thaa tsaally, tat ti
fe aad Lake were ssqaiet as coalc
t-e; aad at Id I weat out, with a lit
tle oil eta aad two or three tools ia
ay pocket.
I; was aot far to Ceaaett's place,
aad oa gettiag to the right Louse I
a-ked lor Mrs. H array, aad was di
rected to the secoad floor, where. a
I reached the f oor, I could Lear the
eliakiag of By sewiac aachiae. aad
whoerer was raaaiac it was so basy
that she did aot hear ay kaoek, so I
opeaed the door sofjy aad looked ia
cpoa as sad a sceae as I shall erer,
There ia the bare rooa sat, asleep
ia her chair, the wiaow laay wlo i
s-e that ia her face which told plaia-
j ly eaoagh that the pata aad saaenag .
j sbe East hare beea goiegthroagh l.r j
! rears would sooa be orer, aad, sitaa- i
! ted a:
: a tar:
she was, it gare ae a kiad of I
"It's ao basiaess of oars," I said to
rself, roachlr; sad I taratd thea
' arse
1 . 1
; to iooS wfco n was oea-ag erer ay ;
1
I COuid
care ia
eee ao face oaly a slight
rastr black; aad a pair of
tusr Laads were trriac rerr Lard to
' gorera the thlac, aad to leara Low
to Co n we.
, -:s-
I -So that's the ca!,
X A-a id
i rrra.'? ' t K T.clf TTi r hrv.
j ro; to tae say ca.: are, aau x uarc
, -. - ..if A T
say "
I gj; ao farther, for at that a 0-
I tt t.T , V . rr' i C K T c r t T,.n I- O I"i T . .
m... - k. w .
I aad taraei cpoa me a tiaid, woader-
iag face, that Bade my heart gire a
i queer taro., ..uicwu ut it im;
. -HnsL sae saia. sotar. aoia.i
.
thia aai araaspareat as if she had
I Her face lit cp in a moEeat and
i she came forward eagerly.
; "la so g:aa you re come, tae
eaiu, a van 1 iji-i-c u-a-ia. imk
sae poaiea io iue uirciu nrK-na-
tor. aad tie next minute 1 was snow -
. .
her that it was too t'ght, aad
, somehow, in a ireatle. timid war. the
i i:..i. : .k .0 . . . -. T;
i..u. a,it.aK.w..Wn,wth. moist below and
1 Slw .'L'V aA aaivt W k. i a,nara-.wa-
sag her, till ber eyes spars-ed wita
ia spite of myself, for I felt sa-e i;
1 waant me i-peasing. oat eometaiag
ia me. -sae Deea m long, a saia,
noddiag toward ber motber.
"Month " said she. with tears rkart-
w. n-..
u "."".r?"-' T 1.7
onratiT, i 6tai aivetsoucn iku ,
i this to her .rood medicines and i
1 . 1 ' t r 1 - I -. V
I ed at Ler, something in me said
j "God bless yoa, my dear! I Lr.e :
tos irD," nd the EertEias: I ;
sit I didr"; taow
.
: hanm. bat I did: there wis the
; often aed
d 1 see them ta-tia? aboat
; tock ao aouce: aad taat art -
"Jr! r"T bT Lcke. ase-i to
; it, bat I
fai scouadrel.
pt
t tae La.:; crow a ti er w
: tis cwa Ttocket, after eoisg to fetch U
: from lis widow's.
j -lad aJ tae tute l iu isjstj.
i tiCa Hit it, ic i coa-a k-
i Lose was clasrea, aaa a-waj?
; thiakiag cf that ptri
i xrirl aol half
ffood eaocgh for fcia.
1 reiaetabered t
: l:a? poor mrej aaa latea porertT.
: aad 1 used to speak larsilj to Lake
: aa - tae wile,
aai feel rerr bitter.
At la-t dDt aa afteraooa whea I
kaew tb-ere was soaethia wrcas
, The wise left directly after c;aaer.
; sayirr the wa rr.-.zg to see a
tics
woaaa I kaew w Lt-re it wjl. Uess
;tou: at 2 i-ute was turraaz aufi.
aot about LiBself; aad at ia;t he took
his hat aad weat caa
-They a'gbt hare coafided ia Be."
I said, bitterly, b-t all the tae I
kaew that I woalda't let thea
-TheT'li I etwadlaff araey throw-
iaj it away. I kaow they're fptat
poaads ca taea alreadr."
At Last I got ia sa-.a a way that I
i called dowa car
aa. left hla ia
charge, aad took ay
after'then.
.at aai
real
Ererrihicc was rery cnie; ia Ia-
Lett's ;.".ace, lor a coua.e cf diny, d. j
i:. - ...j I-. . .. -t.-m- r t- r r
't-cted lock.r-c wcata, cae
Ct W!
oa
was ia arrears to ae. lad
seat tLe
he coan
'childrta that played ia t
! r:rtl awar bt caai of the a1
a U
wf-re keeriar gaard s-i that they
1 coal
c:
ae tact.
I w.at cp the
.airs s-ftly. aad all
was rerr still
;ae rooa I co;
oaly as I got aearer to
ild Lear a titter, wall-
iac err, aad ilea I opeaed the door
! aeauT aad
weat ia.
! Lake was
taere.
r the
g with his
aach.ae
her kaees
.eaa tfat
se w:a;
aad 0;
;;e sat ;
a chair.
I with her face barled ia the wife's lap.
1 was the pe'e rl. cryirc as if her
little hearu-WOKi.l break; wt.e ca
i ted, with a'Uhe 10. k cf paia goae j
I oat of her fare, lay the widow coae !
to Beet her har-oa'ad. wh-;re rala aad 1
orrow are ao arre.
I coalia't see rc-rr j-lalalr.
1 ahere was a a 1st lite re ay eye?:
i bo; I kaow Lake f arbei ap as Le
tock a step f. rwarl a?
:. to p-;te:t
-oked at Lla
j tj,. r;r., fca- !
w.:e .
:a a f;
La:
thlac
icateati way.
there was ao teed. f.
that wa-a ae sp.se.
soae-
., Tier
i U iAt a
.a a rery gtai.e war.
as
I stepped
.aad k'.ss-
c-rward, ra.rea tie g
ed her pretty face betore laying her
lita.e he;piess aea a
der, aai saoothia;
apoa ar
her soft
saoal-
browa
Lair.
'I'd other," says soaethiag
withia ae. 'T thiak there's ro-
froa
a ia
the ae?; a; hoae f.r this poor, forsa
kes little bird. Lake, ay bey, will
yoa co tad fetch a cab? Mother will
ee to what waats doing here."
Mr bor gave a sob as he caught
ay Laad ia his. aad the aext aoaeai
ae did what he had aot doae for
rear; kissed ae oa the chetk be
fo:e raaaiac oat of the rooa. leariag
ae with ay darllac ac-stliag ia ay
breast
I said "ay darllac," for she has
beea the saa'shiae of oar hoae erer
since a pale, wlttry saashlae while
ihe sorrow was fresh, bat spriag aad
suaaer aow.
Yit. bitss her! look st her. I're
fe.i asaaaea soae'
iaes to thiak thai
she, a lady of birth, saoad coae
docatosuch a life, aaklag ae
well ao ecd f aoaeT by her clerer
war. Ea
she's happ;
.lakltg
her hasbaad that is to be tie
faest
e tell
vtow under the sua; aad let a
roa there's aaay a geat.taaa aot so
well t? as ay boy will I, erea if
the aoaey Las all coae froa a queer
trade.
Carllrf.
Jus: about this aae ia tie sessca.
j ae wly set tr
: elected aad
ees are hah.e io be ae
to suffer. The Foil is al-
wed to becoae crusted aaa Lara
ab-o:
ad as a
their growt
tier cie.
is feeble, aad sometimes
This resa.; :s a-ore
tutaaa set trees, whea
oas
j trees have aot s'
stirred
r - r .... - k & v r r .
I! I LI . t fcfc. - ' " . . V
..7i .v.-.,.t
i BtiiOW IkT C n- iwi a-iv-. wtu.
life aaa TtccT w:J it icpartea
a r:ror w-:.i 1 :cp:
1 .1. " . .. .. -m- - - K r i tr-.. w- r.V
IMulch with old straw or
10 vatiu.
r litter oa'y waea cuittratioa caa
be cirea: the best aulcLiac
BOt
ia most cases :s a
soil.
led of Bellowed j !
Mu.ca.EC is most
for rou
I aewly traasp.aated cherry trees, as
j soon "as the Let, dry weatter of 6am
: aer arrirs. when the heat aad
' , , , ,
, a-outa 01 t-.u..jr. : l.-c..
j sometimes kill the trees.
j -jfcir Kuukik
i ibe reaark we tare oceas;03S-..y g:r
!ea that wateriag youag trees, as it
iS coamoa.y jwr.ormeA, ur aur
..au ui k-..-
j ens-s iiic m., ,a.T, "'" iv-.k-k-u6
: -h roots t.ow. i: wa-er.ag is eTcr
apcessary, the top earth should be
.
I taken off. the water applied to the
, '. . s.-.rt .t. "? Tkifl
the soil replaced. This
IIULS tMi -
aebow abore
r.nt eren this is on -
A pair of sa after 3 to tr:n tbe neat
r.f r,:hT i!ari("
A rice for tbe fiager of seora.
cushion for tbe" seat of Gorem-
aenl
a T r T I . ak At
1 isutr, " -
' ssed to raise tbe wind-
1 TV, lsh of a boat's painter.
The brash of a boat's pa;nter.
i .-rk- -., n r- Vi V.
can t
! uispea.se with his stoTep pe.
.iDSorertad oTer ina u ---1 Vi,ntl r-eferrlae t the iaSa?e
; sen lce: ad u ru ti aa . f eold oatLe LE:na:i rrri2.
thiars tre made aad ukea there, I ; - , .. ,v .. f ...v " i j
rkkU TBrrtn mt Arrti rM mm
Su
Lieoteaiat FaTr,
the it-i
; tJc exi;rer, Lu beta Itfitc 6;.,
: ol the ress'-s cf Lis fir-icrfctioas be-
j,. be fc;
! .ceT ct
- .
paairas E-e a
er the Seniklkr
piacier, ia order to Eke oberTkl
' i of Fraacis Joseph Laad. Oa thai
, oaj ite co-a is arte a t in. at.w
zero. Xctwithstaadla? this iatease!
ni Parer aad a Trrolese wft
; 0B, rj-, t, aiie cb.-:
t-rra-
tioas aad fckete'a.
The saarise was
Ert.:
Eat; tte
ktit) aT.rkrt3 k-rrr-nncea. as it
al j.iei -ee cf ccid, hr saali :
; j-j Iictt arptartd aore
i datzlias: from the c-oatran with the
ertreae cold.
The tracers were ou-a to
j nm acwa 5J-,
oats so as a?:
the Beta! cv
toceh
ut ec
of
I whieii woald hare beea as caagrr
I oas as if they had b' t a red hot; bat
1 the raa had lest ali its streagth tad
'LiqaidltT, aad was n fat aai thick as
I; was itrpossihl..-to sacke ei:
er
cigars or tooaeeo ja sac-rt p-pes. I
rery soca rothiag hut a p.eee cf
jee
itaUivu aaa 41 v a-. -'
The Beta! of the iaKraaeats was
jast like red Lot iroa to the touch, as
were some lockets, w hich s: ae of
the traTelers, roaaaticaliy, bet ia-
i pru;ea::y coat-aaea to wear atit to
lie st-a.
il. Parer sars that so
err st
aa
asoaat cf eo.a parArzes tte
will,
aea,
gait,
ta
j that, aader its iaflatace,
! froi:. nasteadlaess of their
Y.&-t ar--.r-i- ? T"r a-.
aess cf ther Beats! cperatioa?
as tf ttey were tatojaratea.
Aa other elfert cf co:d
lac thirst, wLich is dae
:s a t:
to the
erap-
bodr
oratioa of the aoistare
- i
It is aawholeso:
qaeach the thirst:
e to use
I hrircs
saow
I aat-oa
i toacae
c:
t-e throat,
a. ate, aaa
Cesiaes. eaoccb caa
aeTer
I Berer be takea to qaeaca
! t B teaperata-e of S.. to o'- be
I :ow ztT9 ptj i; like aol
e ! r.n r-f
'aow eaters ;a
thelVfc-rth
are c-.-asodert-d as feeble tad efeai
aate, ia the saae way as i aa cjiaa
eater ia the East.
The rroop of traTt'trs who tra-
j rersei the saow Itlds were sarroaa:
j j;T ii.k rapors f.'raed by the j
i eBaaatioas frt-io their bodies, which ;
; becaae coadeased, actwithstaadlag
j the fars ia which the travelers were
eareloped. These rapors fell to tie
groaad, with a slight aolse, fr.aea :
iato the fora of saall crrr.als. aai
readerea tae ataospaere
penetrable, aad dark.
-Sotwiahstaadiag the
LuBtdliy
sc-asatioa
tie ar, a U.-acreeab,e
dry aess was felt
Erery soaad dlfased itself
rerr locg distaace, aa ordiaarr
10
cot
rersaaioa could be heard a: a haa
dred paees ", waHe the report t!
caas froa the tops
c: l.ga a:
tsiaa ccald scarcely
be heri
M.
It
the
I arer exp.a.as tt.s 1 aeaoaeao
. V
He
k.i 'a-r- r. - - - T- r ro;"i -
arctK" ataosr aere.
IMeat could be cbcpjed, aad acr-
ust d ia
,e saape 0:
:k-..
Uoth satll aai taste leccae great- '
It ftift-tb'.ed ia these latitade?:
I streacth gires war aader the para-
lyii:
C iaflaeace cf the cold; the'
ercs aroiU
tarllT close aad te-.-oae
froT.
caea .
WLea loeoaotioa stops, the sole of;
the foot bec-oaes iaseasible. ,
It is eoaewhat carious that ihe;
beard does aot freere; but this is etc- j
alaiaei from the air expired, falliag,
oeiag iaaedlattly traasferaed iato;
saow. The cold causes dA'k !eards:
to becoae 1'gtt.-: the secretioa oi '
the eyes aad aose always iacreases.
while the fcraatioa of the prespria-'
tioa altogether ceases. ;
The oair possible protectloa agaiart '
the cold is to be Terr waraly ci.iiied, ;
aad to eadearor as auch as possible
;a prerea; the coadeasatioa of tae ;
atmosphere, while the each raaated ;
plans of aaaoiatiag aad blackeaiag :
the body are proaoaaced to hare ao :
real ralae.
A Sew Wmmrn
fr C mu I.
j A farorite aad rather aew klad of
jaash fo: horses is coaicg iato u.-e,
! ivM-pi. mt. rtri (irtta if rats oti
01 araa. aaa aa.: a p.at 01 aaieea.
. - . . . ,
j I A ae oats are crs-i i-.aceu .a ciir s.k .i.c
backet, orer w aK a is p.aced the i.a-
. , . .....
a tae
th a a
" ' - -
" w " - -
old rue, aad aliowiag it to iLus res;
for re Lour, thea stir the Etrh well
cp. The braa absorbs, while reta.a-
iac tie rapor, aad the llaseed binds
i the oats aad braa tccethf r. A
greater qaaati'y of aaxeei woa.d
aake the preparatioa too oily aad
less relished. Oae feed per day is
suLcieat It is easilr d ces'ed, aad
j . ;irT adapted
to yoaag aat-
1 - . .
ac to their to. aae rataer
lire stock. He considers oats, so
; generally girea to sheep, asobiection-
. - aai approacliaz the aat.vfta
: v
A ti-7 I mmrr tm ew.
In the latter end of the las: ctata-
: ry oid 1'ort l.cyal Ckt-appearea uc-
: . n i- ai
neath the wares in aa earthquake.
.
! iettiac no otser meaor.a. yrii.-a maj
f;T past.
' ir)!nia-.T. instirated in tb
prise by toles of nato.a weai.j u.-.
beneath the sea ly this sadden.
sboek.restmec.no trea.iares ua. tir
t - a i J J " "t i tT at
,o's V"" -
tower, and donatea tae Euseua 01
; the island, where it may be seen, w :
; many pertling inscr.ptioas cjoa
; tt. iani where it mar be seen, w ith
which nobody lis yet been at-.e .
idec pher. Lvfzlo Courier.
1
!
A k- v . 5 k-,? jrreu ,k, ,r a-
inr h?rs is a a..-te cf rraia.
That orcr fed fc wis wra't laj
err?-
Tlfct tlzzz.'J.z.z childrea prrjer'r
is ri;a?j lea: it 1(! pr cc at.
That ce t ve'.zz f-przi at L:ate
la stuZj is acre prc-f table thaa ta
loaariafr a:a: M-uatrr taveras.
That cows b2ii i aiwajs Le tailk
ei rejaiarlr aaic.raa.
That it is tie ditr ofererrnaa to
tate r"c
at-?, eaterta;a.aj pi
per aai par fjr :t proawJr.
A Vkkiat Af m
Tie Wklklac' lccatc-tire is a
F rear a carliae whi-.h tas&ix fee: ia
Ti'.a- c-f tie criiaarr drawia? whet Is.
-er tre
firl'r ihed W:
iai-a-
ruii-tr we'rhtar two aad a half
p.-taii to ea'.hfcar-teatas of aa iach
scat re sarf-i.-e. Theiwo alidle feet
are craaeftti ly a Lcriijatal ah aft,
ail r-.tt t.rt-.ttr at a aoderate
pte-;x-a
it the other f.-jr feet are iaie-
.-. tara otasr. aad
:t?
gr-i-.J sar-'.-e-ivTely, t-:tt'rg at a
rapi . rs-e The aa-h:ae is ia!d to
aa a., a a aaca hraer 'hold" oa
the r:. i g-; r;rd :Laa caa be c-b-talaed
with a Iocoaot;re's drirlar
whrtl?. aai hta:e it eaa pa'J htar-it-r
loali ca e;.aal gra crtLe saae
.a:- ca aear.tr rrajr1. ttaa tie -
-: ...
.tlrt. a:w ia ae. A a Ear'.sh
;: araal says that toe walslar Ic
aotire caa be a-i ca r-a.lt cf cae
f..:;:a:ta.
A ip - Irttatat
1: was tae twil'gi: hear, aai thT
were a'.t.t:;r crt'r the eiecra.-e
? iew.i.s ca V.:o atreet Ilewns
lark- thaa the a. or cf claos, aad
e c
.at tae tea sp
'"?--aa. 1 lab yoal' he s.di-.ily
reat-:.ed.
?aoo 1 'J. i.rr !" she replied.
' .r-?aa. w..i ti; aarrr a el" he
eoai"a:.ci
u 3 1; ar wid re. i't.e !"
- . t--- - - "1 , .. 3 .
1 ,;
. ik k, k ri.j.-i cfci; i:
a-aua waters c t Ce cars r:t:-r
I'ea ae Crca-.r will haul ae cat aa
sot t a ae : dfy'li plaat ae aader le
ro-j.-. aa" de rerdlct will bp, I&; i
l:w d:d c o a Ir. ka heart ! ' "
Yoa d.-a't Bean dat. Ptte
I d.. .Safaai"
" I'ea Ptte." she said, as she sighed
hearilr. dea ;:"s ay docty to Barry
re to .jr vrr lite, aa de wedd.a' ;.-
to caa cilia ce Fall I"
Aad ther tlastd haads aad r-..l".ri
7 trt-r T-iaatk.
A; a state d'aaer soapwhere. a
F.-cachraaa was alled ca lor a t tst.
tad he care ia sabsaaace this :
'Trsare : Bay she be like the aooa.
di-pelliag darkacs? It her l-ta"caaat
'Ir'aa"
Aa Eag'.ls'aaaa was thea called ca
aad car this:
'Erclaad: Bay she : like the
.aa. tae jry tad streacth of the
earth. "
Aad thea Fraailla, a? aa Aaeri
raa. wa called ca f.r a toast. sad he
rare this :
"Aaerica: aar ."ae LeUse Joshua.
;to staad still tad they cbeyei hla."
It is craaier to i-e a trae aaa
like JorLua Jehorah's help thaa
to tie
tea tr saa :a a. the.r core.
E.r.N- In II:i. Old Saabo Jate,
lore siace coae across the dark ral
ley. was a worthy aaa ia his way,
aai cealt! wi;Lai ; tat Sambo oc
easioaal'j got draak. Oae day Li
t-mpfeyer to.k Lla to tA-k. aad read
L:a a lectare, at the close of which
he asked Lla if Le weald do tetter
ia the fetare
"I'aa'o cass'r" said the dar'sr
srrttcbiar Lis head.
-Ca; watt: do rca thiak ?.
"Well aass'r. I's a feared I thiak
-Saabo, what do yoa aeaa!Po
r aa at aa that r: a".l a:t trr ?"
"Weald te ao ase. aasr'r. Fact
is. 'twas b ra ia ae. Faa is ay
a at art! driaL Yoa see bet'jre I was
borae et father aai aother wpre
b: fe bough; oa the coast of Africa
aad paid f:r ia eld rra."
He had a rery proaisiag boil be
twta h'-1 sh'.'C i dt-r blades, aad his
wife, who waa yoaac aad beaai'il.
ar. d ccald play ea the harp, but
haaa"; a arse d math ia the hospitals,
pat a aa?'a-d plaster ca it. A law
jiz sab.-f -.-seatiy rp!a'a---d to hla
that they d'la'; rraat divorces for
sat a caat ? ta th' s'Ett.
A w.it ia Wvualac waked elevta
a.ies to bar ht
iaad a froekerr
p'::ota j slated blue, aai when she
c?. l- ae Le licked her fer aothaTia
a c ea:
.a:rt reaoT.
A Missouri maa trlel to ride
a ale acr.'s .a creek tbirtT tt'et deep.
The aaa was drowaei. Itttae aa e
crosi-ed ia sarrtj, waislagoa the bot
tom ar.-d breathiar throcrh his ears.
Where do people tfr who deceir?
their felicw-aea:" assei a ?caday
school teacher of a pap a "To Ea
rope," was the prompt reply
i
The 1pp: way to ea.cy thiags is to
use thea aad thas get the worth of
oar aoaey of thea. There is no
sease ia gor?eoas parl.TS kept ia
dirkae-s.
All hoaest aea w.a arar watca ag.
It is the rascals who caaart r.aad
The Lake Aibaao. leagues from
Coae. has the g-eat depth cf cae
thoasaad fet.
Soaethitc that w.li syon l-e lear
as the lea res
TLe kia d cf eyes fer busiaess aea
Advp-t-ise.
The best result of education is to
aake a reasoaable maa.
The most catting reaarks are raa a?
by the bluntest men.
Caters a-e a crusty lot cf fellows
aad fend ef feaScg.
A girl of ia-bread asefulness-Sally-rat-s.
A reca.a
raiar bt-at the Leart oca-
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