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Established in 1878. HILLSRORO. N G. SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 6. 188G. NEW SERIES VOL- VI 11. NO. 4. Th Ilvs OvertheDoor. A COttaC, all :.'.fl ;id furj;l-hVl, Stands daintd-V : th ""ay, And hor-i ay Carr.c p en;. Tho plaoo hj- i Tho sin s Yet one "i ' A me t bl epinS p t'.r ! h-ia!: v t.r f. v of May I ;.. h- ;. .n '.iko and cosy, i r Li .". th floor, , t .. tl'.em planting :u 'jif ih dsjr. ahi out of the win-. ''iiut lov. " 'hey -ay. dow WVti poverty r-iit.-r - the d-xir."1 lint auui-t ail tnnU r.n.l troubles 'J'i.o-o two yen: bear.. g trnered full tur-, for when I' ii the- hi.-,!: of th : tWih.ht. 7 ! r y w.hi-,porf hiiw I'.ve'.s sw.-ot lore, Y.' - I vr th bond of atf ctiort, ".Neath r-. that LIoo:u -d o'er tho door. And th";i ihv. 'dirk day-' c.Io.-td around i;d '' r t y "-- waves ovrtr; ';' k"-p he 'i'-nr home how tb--y Ftrujjjled, U r i'l'j iBU' L ever tho door, .'u.i ii -v. .'i.'l :h'r "triil tirny' enlod, 7-i, i i! .n th 'j-nnbght once more. And 1 --v" brightly :.;icvuns on tho hearth- Wh". ' i 'i -s :.I oin ovor the door. V" no-.v-ju.aN-i jnir, who are building Vo;ii h'Ptrv-TKsfs iim-.v li"o 1, I implore i his lc-v:i: That ;ovo liugfr-i'long'sst U'I.iti- hlv:n ovr tho door. J' j y ij count li i;i inoro than .sh'W, 1'iant , 1 h- 'bright sjrhiz tlmo is o'er T . nmUr h-.m ; th-i brhP-r ami d oarer, A rosj f'j .I ;i ovr t!.od'Kr. Virhs Mn'jotine. THE ORPHANS. 41 Marian, d.'ar, how is tho mornin": turning - m 1 1 1 r invnlid o.u'-h, whrrc ho 'ny during th" day as woll as :;t niht. "Dark raid -!ouly," flu- replied, tli cut all taat vr,n beautiful aa I interesting. It was a gol-Jea tca?oa, and, the girr I heart surrendered in spite of woman!? pride and reluctance. But she Lad no cause to feel fchame, or to believe her love -unsought fur. ! One ratllo'T, moonlit night, in an o!d Neapolitan g.r3en,he strotchod out his I hand to h'.-r with suddon, passionate ! words of 1-jve ; and so c'.ouuentlv dkl he ; pic-ad for the sweet gift of her future lifo that &he' could not withhold thi promise to he his wif-1. . 11 You never regret it ! You shall be. happy !M hecried with a lover's confidence. "I am happy now!" she whispered, flushed and f-hy, but radiant. They wandered alon among the flow ers, feeling that heaven lay abou them; but the nest morning the girl received bad news from home. She only m ide out clearly that her pr5?nce was needed, and with only one regr-tful sigh for the bright dream 6he had cherished, she began preparations to return to England, j Turner earnestly beircred to be allowed i to accompany her, but she gently re fused. "I shall come in a few vccrk whether you send for me or not. AVe must finish this interrupted tour together, Marian,'' WITH THE ALABAMA. A New Story of the Confed erate Cruiser. 0a3 of Her Ore- Teih 3ow She Once Loat a Eich Yaakea Pri33. old dreariness of tho new dav St rikiri' ft chill to her ei.sitive, l.eavily-!)urdeaed h'"!rt. A tirod, lij-!css look swe pt over her delicate, nob! face, leaving a slight tlroop :it the coiners of her -mouth, a rdiadow in her eyes. J-'thel saw tlw ex prei:dcn, and for a moment : her own grew less eh'Ti-;"il nnd Ijriht. " Never mind ; there will be a lift in the clouds by and by newed Iiopo. "I nm -i l l you have rucIi faith, pet," nud Marian, f,tiil looking out tn the street. he suggested. She returned home to find their guar dian dead, and their fortune gone swept away in some ill-advied specula tion. The maiden lady sought a home with relative, and Marian Ray found herself among tho world's workers, and with a help!iM-i invalid to take care of. ''Masters Mate" tells the following story of his vessel, the Confederate cruiv'.-r Alabama, in the Detroit Fee J'rtia: In 1863, as the Confide, ate cruiser left Bihia for Cipo Town tJ prey upoi Federal comaierce wherevjr found, she captured the Jutia:t only a few miles east of the put mentioned. Then she headed to the soutlf and picked up the Jabez Snow, the Amazonian, the Talisman and the Conrad in succession ! on that cour-e. When below Rio ', Janeiro and ready' to shape her course to the cast, she picked up the Anna Sehmi lt. and four days later, the Ex press! From that point we male the long voyage to the Cape without secur ing another victim, though we sighted several which escaped us. My story has to do with one of the latter incidents. One afternoon, as we were holding our course under sail, with the flies banked and steam down, a sail was sighted to the north. After a time she was made out to be a largo ship, and wa3 holding her course for tho Cape. For a long time some of the officers held .that sho was English, and as we were both gradu- j ally nearing each other, tho engineer re i ceived no orders to get up steam. There was a good sea on, and tho promise of h A Prince of Cuclnneiii pacts Aboat Llfd lVet-rrert. TL f cllowbg ii from a L-ong Branch'' "Is It net strangs that with bo many letter to the New Xork Herald: The cew inventions constantly being inde, the i American coachman, $Sa!ever the plu e old-f.Hhi?re 1 cork life preserver still re- j of hii nativity, is the best paid man cf mains in tcneT' a C3PJai of 3 his class in the world. ILs wa-- s ran-e steamer to a New Tti Jj.J J'i Esprtu . frlka $23 to $S0 per month and "found." reporter. ' The average is probably ab ut $40. The 4 'Are they n-otfgood enough, capislnl" meaning of the . word" "found'' in the "Oh, yes. I felieve they answer U-t- ; contract depends hrjely un;n the liber- . ttr than anything yet invented tot u-ua? . ality of the employer. Often it er-terds quickly in cae of accident. A'theiuh r to the entire hnth of his irocl nature as it i simple enou h to strap a life pre -well. F r examole. one ca?.- was dis- srvtr on. yet many people are frequently : covered that caused surprise. This man drowned by putting tlum on in a loos , occupied a large corner room, furnished way and getting their feet turned to the with a comfortable spring bod, a piano instead of their heads, Tncn. to, in and several easy chairs. His half dozen a general panic the preservers are often mirs of boots and shoes were Tdvccd out-I tied or luckied carelessly, urA a few side the door at night" to be blackened, i waves soon knock them oil. The india- ' and a harbor came to his room every f rubber suits cannot be put on a quickly, mornin- to fchave his face. He onl; That is one drawback to them. What " A Simple Sonjr. "If I ceoU And," P- " "Upon yob moaiitia distant crt, And catch the song from orrbd. My oal no more won d sigb for net He stoxl urn the lonelf he eat, Anl board tho ia; in -f the harea; Ke cangat the raudc tn its flight, A:.d Knt U ringing down the yera, But no oho 1 stsnod to the t-i i Th: eai f oaa th far xj; "A he cri-d, "mr toil U v-da. Too the s jnff f. such they." And then hn ttwrhi hi iyr And wing a son M nd --t, Or timg hop I'eaJ dwsr . And lot the wor d was t ti ft. Jam a C, Rocwdl in th CrrnL HUMOROUS. "So rogue e'er felt s :ch terror of tha law aa does a n;ai whose wife knows how "overlooked" the growling of the six i ou'a a ruu"cr fUUUlMUiua,u to jaw horses in his care. The work was done mid-oean unless he has nerve and pHuok Rn w horse like a od bv menials in the stables, whon he paid j like Boy nton an i those profoaalswrm- ' " - ; BcCaus he u a faul0U1 i u. ! mer-T Itunk of a laiv incasea in aruo- - bcr armor toss ng about in mi 1-ocean. caarger. She would soon die from fright. Sailor. I Why is a man who can't learn by ex and seamen would be at home perhaps ! perience like a laurel? Because he u an in t?ilor lifrt-T-irwai r-TTt.ro and COllld rd - prnrirftTrt When a party of the proper kind couia , . . . T, . j . . , . 1 J 1 A H.-ti on l Ufpr nn tlipir snirits. Bat ! 4 . vi- i-,.ntlr rrturnea trom " " ' " f r- I . ."V uii( iivi - . out of his allowance. lie affected hot sea-water baths, and had his clothing sent in a hamper once a week to a New York laundry "just like the family."; be made up be had his little rubber at whist or trifled with "that blarsted in the hurry of leaving the ship after a A'aka tells of a bear being kilie-t by the only hope anil comfort of-poorMari an'i heart ; for her handsome, wealthy lover Cumo not, and the letter she wrote to him explaining their reverses of for tune remained u answered. She tried to think of him with contempt; to hold the love that failed iu the hour of her bitterest need as valueless; but the only succeed d in tormenting her own faithful loving heart, which, -in spite of pride and she' Sai l With rC- ! .,,n r im,. tr tint, cbnrf ' iivoot. ro. .. .......... ... ...... ....... .t - - manee with a hold death alone could break. All day she walked from house to house, through the bitter cold, while A poor 1 eggar crept, feebly along, his ! (hc f0gS hung dull and heavy over tho rags fluttering in the bitter wind;. and in metropolis. pity fnr a lot sadder than her own, the j u ,vas lark whcn shc rcachcd home, girl lost so-no of Iter discontent. She j anil hurrving eagerlv up-stairs, she turned front tin window with a brighter ; pih(,a 0J),.a th,; ioor, anxious to be cxprevson, and put mi her hat nnd cloak ' wilh h(.r A.T a, soo;i u, poisib!e. They to stmt out on that weary round of mu, , w,.r(. ,.an.ful u-iUifuel, with everything; bie hsons which were their support. j m.c,.ss.tv forc,'d them t.) study economv. iry to leave you, Ethel ; and ; ,uul Marian expected to find the room i:i 'oefore I , ;in g,.-t thn.ugh." ; ,iarkness. uiilv a scanty handful of coal in the crrate. -She' entered to find a glow- Helpless, did we Fay? Nay, ehe was j nasty nigbtf wheDf an hour before sun down, the two crafts, running, the legs of a triangle, as it were, approached each other within about two miles. Then we hoisted the United States flag, although by this time it was well known that sho was American. After a few minutes the bill was run up to her masthead and broke away to unfurl the old star and stripes. We had mnde ourselves believe that wo hated the old flag, but when wo saw it given to the breeze above the swelling sails of a noble clipper out there on the broad Atlantic, we men felt like cheering. Down came tho flag of deceit from our aw vji (i ; o w - ... . i ill i ffn umn for mttiinr- whn WOU.ii huVfi American came of pokef.v Now that he! . V " , , i sqnv. " r ,. . ., !j time to put on and inflate the rubber life- t . , frt-,i ercTit In in- could not forma combination with the 1 . , Fish is go-1 nrain-Too.1. exc pi m in proerrersf i uc lumui-ni a- lance, whcn it doesn't find anything to occurs, confusion and panic generally j .. follow, especially among the passengers. I v, n , , , Z .i. v.- Rome men are like toad i you hnve to As a rule the departure from -the ship is a nomt men .... m-Vn , 3 ' , tl i i poke thcra with a stick before they maka rush and deuce take the hindermost. Uh,c U"IU butler at the mansion in town to 6ample his master's wines aqd liquort, he drank rather cheaper claret but less of it. The moment he returned from a drive he changed his clothes and laid aside the implements of his occupation. When he knew the horses were cared for he lit a cigar and strolled down to see Mr. Drexcl's, Mr. Seligman's, Mr. Curtis' or Mr. Kennedy's men. In nearly every caBe was telephonic communication with these friends possible, and he always availed himself of the latest advances of science. Another idea of his was nev r to place himself beyond reach by the same means. Therefore he confined his intercourse- to such friends as had tele phones in their stables'. Hence a life-preserver must be easily put on and have no complications whatever. They would be perfectly useless other wise. I have thought of all kinds of new-fangled life-preservers, but none are their biggest jvrmp. An astronomer now states that the moon is on tire. ThU ;s in rebuttal of the green-cheese theory. n rrrnntpst montfll ffTort that a dud A 4V IVMfcVW" v, - worthy of adoption, or ruther they are j makes is when he has to determine impracticable. " My idea once was to j whether to take out hU cane or his Mo have a good-sized half-barrel, with straps j brella,c " 1 am it will be " Do not ftet about mr, Manan, Mrs. O'Mal'ey will eojiM' in :.nd oive uie mv ltirieh, and a iVeh of wa'e'r, and I hiive the- beautiful i-ioc to nfnd for Mi.ss (onst tiiti' et and th d inaga.ino vou broiii'ht n;o yesterday to read. Oh, I shall bj iutly ociupied uutil3yi ur i'--turn.'1 - 'J W il, well, it is comforting to h ive s) brave and buy a little sister ut home. I think of it often when I run out, nnd it i.dves me cowra o," said Maria:i. bending oVt r the coucli with tender, ini-tv ev s. The ir;jp! d g:rl ,laped the hand i ue- -in;.r In r 'hair, and down against her hot k. "Am I a ht'ip to you, M..ii.iu: i, that thought make, ti.v tiappy ! I lie 4iere s ii h a 1 pie u-e'.e- r. a!:i;e; some tunes 1 have l'or.v 1 that I was only a bur.!, n to you." "N vi r thitdx id t'-at :-ain. tb-ar n-.' -i.evr. If it w, ro not,fvr. vou " Sh -r--k" , tV, r. i -tconln : ki---d the w- i t. pa Sand Avalanches. On the south shore of the Baltic the sisi of reckless forefathers are being cruelly visited upon their decendants. Two hundred vears aao the consts of mast-head, and up went the flag of the prussia were defended bv a bulwark of Southern Confederacy in its place. It J magr)ificcnt forests that resisted must have been a great surprise to the j tho inruads of fl.)oJsi and dunC9) but Yankee,-nnd upon my word I felt sorry i about the timo of the Grcat Eicctor the 60 placed that a person could easily buckle himself to it in the water. Then on the inside- of the barrel would be a little fresh water and something to cat. By taking out a plug or a slide the food could be reached. I have found nearly everything impracticable. Presence of mind in the face of danger is the greatest J life-preserver a person can possess. Without this coolness the best preserver is of little avail." The mule has the full allowance of vcrtebrre in the backbone. There ar times when it has more than a full allow ance of bray. Waterfng place girls those on their ninth annual summer resort tour, aad still unmarried are very fond of wit nessing match games. When is it that a man feels at hom and yet doesn't feel at hornet When h gets in at 2 a. m. and has to grope along the wall to find the stairs. A litt'o girl of three years, noticing th at the thought of such a noble craft be incr ffiven over to the flames. The wind work of devastation began and continued until some ten thousand squire miles of Bread from J$.irk. In the last centurv. when the woo 1- trade of the Baltic was confined to the ! lightning for the firt time, carae rushing Russian ports, the now thriving towns i to her mamma, crying: "Oh, mamma,. in the Gulf of Bothnia were p or fishing- j did you sec the sun flying by? s.onuer drew it t ing lire, and the table set with daintiess, while the little tea-kettle steamed merri ly on the hob. "Ethel '." she cried, hastily throwing oil her hat and cloak, and turning towards her sister's boil: "Oil, .Marian, itcr!" cried the invalid, in a voice trend. l.ng with strange emotion. Then Marian fill her heart leap in a i :-utT. eating throb f pain and rapture, for out of the em: -darkness of, the corner .: Mark Turner advanced, with outstretch- , e l nand- t-. meet tier. and rye; but in time of scarcity, bark- i paTerB naTe them in abundance. was from the northwest, and breezing up woodlands had been turned into naked j villages, and the bread of the people was There don't seem to bo much use for stronger all the time. We cast loose a ! sandhills. Now nature is getting her j commonly made from the inner bark of j muffj in g0rt of weather, but, ao gun and fired a shot across the clipper's revenj,e Year after vear the rains and ! the fir-tree. The - staple grain was oats COTa'in to all reports, the base-ball course, ana according to the usual truer ; strong fl00ds have wadied out the ro of things she should have heaved to aud ; mainiug vegetable film of those hills, submitted to the inevitable. We all j leaving nothing but sand and gravel, looked for such action, especially as we ; which f-raduallv accummulated in tower were now not over a mile apart and she jng dunes and at last invaded the land well under our guns. There was some- ; -ward settlements with perfect avalanche tiling like a flutter of excitement aboard nf drift sand. Seem from the village ol of her for a moment, and then her nose Sehwarzort, fifty mi!e3 northeast of 1 the northwestern parts of Finland? Tl o pointed up to the north, hex men Koenigsberg, the destruction-dealing j bark was stripped from the trees in the -swarmed aloft, and in' five minutes she : 8;ind-ridge looms up to a height of 120 j spring,"' the onl; time of tho year it is ! was a pyramid of canvas and walking off feet, naked and steep, ever rising by a i- I easily removable; that of tho trunk of like a race horse. During ditional deposits brought in bv the sand- j large trees wa- m -t preferred, as it was ! bread was used ; at other times, bark- meal was mixed with corn-meal, as a matter of economy. Until recently, t'ao making of bark bread from the fir-tree was common in the north of Sweden and Norwiwr., and in this interval We had been beat- laden sea-storms, and- ever threatening! less strong than the tjark of sm id trees lifiic n.j T O, !,,. ,ft-.A ii i!nr;li. ing to quarters and- casting loose the to discharge those deposits upon the ; or branches. guns, and as it was seen that she meant to southern valleys. Hie fisher-hamlets 1 i-t, when posing through tue woo Js ed "M irian, have v.;'.: welcome for ' runaway from us wc opened on her with of Atnegein and Karwaiten were iiteral- ui' but . 0 W , I u d ' s t ; i p : I o -.v e moved awa Ethel held h. r n m :ne "M uiu!. durl;ng, Th r iaith and hop it lo;: r. o v.i'i . loe , . . a w :; ' pnine a;: clou is n il". v.::: '.:." "I will trv to think so your i a r k - u;e,i everything that would bear. She was A chilling remembrance of all his ! now almost stern-on to us, and in a silence and neglect wept over her, and , raking position, but we soon found that ' pride rose in arm-. Certainly,' I 1 welcome you, Mr. Turner," she said, st.lHy, stepping back ' a littbv ."What! hive you forgot ten ?' he six cried, in keonost "d:-ap ; utnient. "No. s.r; it i- b cau-e I n member, 'tliat I can give you no friendlier greet i ecr. 1 w . n Irr that you can exp et it, aftr lv submerged bv a tin '-do bt'rm. and the little town of PiHkuppen hd twice to bo moved, with all its buildings and the heavy sea running materially inter fered with our gunnery. Sue had no doubt calculated on thi, and though s me of our shots gave her a close shave, fonres. The remain in i? vest i ires of the ancient woodlands aro unable to stay the i was carefully r-m H'-lsinglan 1, in S.ve den, in 17:32, say : "The common and ipruco firs gr w here to a very largo hz?. T ie inhabitants had ctnppel uirrtost'eve-y tree of its bark." The ou'er or !or i caly bark I. as the inner bark mischief. A fine forest near Schwarxort w.is the only part required. Th- bar ha.3 been turncl into a sand-bank was then dried in the un, and tor e d for awav ave her whole attention to getting crowned by the withered tops of beecu j winter ue. a .eason thit cm c;t;.s o! ra"C s.x tne vear. i'r.-pir.i- . was rendered x, o B . . ..f. trees, wnicn a vears worK ol tne eni.re , cr cve.i, T ? U r ;u.i 3vi iu it o i wuu vuw - ; - ;t ... iM r, coast poll iiaitoa wou.u tail w wi. , ,-.- from their sana-grave. vr. rtu l ir.auie, inie.i, a:.u, i armed over a s.low fire. It wis then :n steam. We kept pegging away at her in with a Mu'.lo r. Mjiili that vat:ish- d the moment she ! U her sister' pros no anl mem-u-v l-cg .n to bring up er.o by cue the events of the two year jut pa--e d. The girls had been left ori-hans at an "ar!y age, but with U"opoij;y sutliu nt t-- .fupply nil t'uey couhl ever nee i, :ict.-nly . of nro,-.siie s, but even luxuries. Their - guard: v. t-.-ntndle I and managed the nior.ey. nnd they lived in his Imso. UudifrV c.irr of his roo 1-hearted maiden 1 -tor. 1' .. ! had always been lame an i d- heute, but Marian weut u:t into tin- . r. i. benutn s a: 1 ol- Walking suop.v Ki,..n,, to ,.:vo iCX fi:: Tnu dc it a n. h long nr-glect an 1 coldness. I can ned pas ovi t suc'n slight-." -Jv.it Marian, ho did n t get your let ter; ar.di.e could n t ouur wh n he in tou'lrd. for a hurt received among the Aln- ke,:t him a prisoner for several hopes to cripple her aloft, but before we ; had accomplished anything darkness j came down. We sent men aloft with j glasses to keep lur m s ght, and reserved O'Sicald. ;ranu atei B g Hailstones. After the hailstorm of the other even- ' ing a seventy-nmcr met - Amos Steck at . our ammunition until we" should get to the St. James. "B ggest hailstones I j close quarters. We clapped on all the ever saw," said the friend. "Oh, non ; canvas we could carry, and af or a time ; jene," said the bluff Amos; "if you hadn't mentioned .it I wouldn't have weeks, :,-tli n h ha I to search and had terrm to help us alo"Sg, but before s arch, and hasj istfoun 1 us," said Ethel, the prop -lie' ha 1 mad- a revolution the men atoft had reported that the capper frozen rain that's ail known wc had anv hail. ha f rai-ing h r-elf up, the crimson tire li .it r-ivir. ev'-n her na'.o fare a roseate was ouk o. s'gr.t. Uur oniv r ec; :urse was to loilow to tne seen larger -hailstones r seventv-niner. "Look her Just a little "You have asked the warme- rtirt iriven to their bw. in a form, by way of t-conomiz :ag corn, the swine bv this fd 1 eing ren i-re 1 ex- Do not laugh at the gentleman with the bare poll, my son. It is not nearly so bad to have a head that is bald oa tht outside as to have a head that H bald on the inside. A Western firm guarantees a wife to every man who pcrchas of it a tuit of clothes, and it guarantees fits. If yem d n't get them in the clothes you'll' get 'em from the wife. Annie and E ady were enj'-ying their first bath in the g'.or.ous 3urf at Old Orchard. It began to rain while they were in the ww. Emily ktartrd 'o wude Bhhore. ,rWucrc are you going P asked Annie. "After mj rubbers," aaid Emily. .- 11- Setilef the Thorooshly, M( Cy, when he came to Scott couo tr, went to work for a f armor camel Hi: t, who h&A. a very char ging daugh ter Euima. A young man whom Farrutr H;tt tad repeatiylly dr.n from th p ace continued to come around, fajing hi audresVs to the daughter, until , finally the farmer, dej -i:r.ng of keeping him away by any mil ler Ui?ani, hired JlcCoy to thrai him every time he catxe I near. Once or twic, or may ! mere. tremely fat. Oth-r parts were cut ap oh- 1 yoaa, mm came taw the girl, took liquely, an i given to th-.ir cows, g ats, hjs thrashing, and departed. But one and Mho p. W hn ground, this b&ric tneal, "as it wus c lled, -tortd in bar re Is. C'A-i m, 'rf J -urrt.J. . s right here in Denver, over th- re at that old house of mineit was in the country then I have seen the hail so thick that ig und enjoying its tint. Marian'.- face changed, and her eyes northeast in li p.-s of picking her kp mutely que-t:oned. her lover's. !hch dayl;ght came, but when day. "It i-all tra-. C ul I vou twdieve 1-1 broke after a long and w." ary night the .Uvtd yru - i:g..tiv !" he marmured. ocean was chur uf sail. The day we the ground was not vi-ible in any direc- ;::u, -iie did n- t shrink back reached Cap Town we saw our fugitive tion,- and as for size, I use-d two ox tne e:o i l-.ed, but gave him the safely anchored m the harbor. Two or ; hailstones for a weight on my front gaU craved. I three davs later, when I was on shore for over two weeks after tne storm!" A UeTtitg. faI ArtUt. Daubor.tne artist, ha a private against B -.d li; i.-r, the bankf. Con versing with a f on this subject, An 1 tlo vli n ii- e: w el e:.- i. 11th, 1 fe' T softly back nr.i '::g her pil- leave. I ran acr. ss some of her crew, '.an 1 Dtnzer Sein. n. --n on w angmsti. a- niemorv . the .p..rM v,r,oih nf lows, iter ie.:catt nan-is cia-pevi. ner eves was toia uv i. tj. tiia as -s.-,n as. itl.f.iov recalled radiant. was beyon 1 our sight slie turned on her all the .or .nl l ap; -s of a t' ur in Italy with a party of :;iN j.Ivt the d'0p.:all id b rtu-.o .: th. . M . -r- . outset i . .e r.iei . .r. it.r:or, intelligent, a-.idy to th y. king nni -ng n. 11 j !:.. ,! and singled her out us th-e vbj-vt of his attontio!!-. Toe i utes tie. y tr.wl u-d he 'Jbadb'icn over bei'o; 'nnd he could point )efore vory n .no-om , :dri, u very rurtv. The rrade: sequel. An;, .i.liiy supply the liccl and ran to the south. thus cro-iing our bows and making every yard we run Father "N sir, it shan't be sail of me that I w into i my girls to get spliced so bad th-t I had t ig . out aadiasso'em. and bring the -yung men in. r, r "No, fut'ior! N-Lly mc the latao!"' take us farther awav from her. midnight sho bore to tho East again, and One of the taid I Giv was la dp.-down four davs ahead of us. "Shows the bread: ; of the man" his rest. JhirlinfUi Fret Prtu. A Puzzled City Maiden. A little city maiden, on a visit to-, her ( uncle's farm, saw a threshing-machine ir operation for the first time. "Oh, mamma!" crie i she, rushing into t;.e ticu-e all out of i reath, tntre something out iu Uncle Joe's Lam with two horses in it, and they keep going ) and go; nr. and never ge: any where." J lizzar. day there came the end of this sort of thing. McCoy, returning from town, where he had gone drr an' I escort for the daughter, approached the father, saying: "Well, Mr. Hitt, Pre settled thUbua--nes of that vouag fellow's tcmicg around here to sec Ea." "What do you rgaeant" aexed the farmer. "I mean that he won't come any mart, an' you can bet oa it. " Why, Mac, you haven't killed him, tare you?" a.ked the farmer, fearfully. "No. Better than that." "What thtnP "I've married Era." The old fanner flew into a dreadful rag but 5ItCoy had the girl, ad there wis no getting her awy from him, so . ... ... . . , .i the country. You mut remember that F-rmer Ilttt, Uice a suwe man, maue a -rolling tor.e gather no m.'" " the most of it aad gave hi son-in-law a 5vn--Tru - enough. Governor, but i piece of land, which he Is now tilling, setting hen aevr ' gtU fat." Ert4 while . 'Ea" minds the babie tik duti prt4 , c l;ful wife. Chicago Vra. -.end Dauber rcrnarketl : "I'd iike to play him a trick that wui l make, turn a perpetual object of ridicule." "I'll f you how you caa do it." Howr "pAin: his portrait. That will sake him squirm " tftiny. Proverb t. Proterb. Y &:. r "I wish, J dm, yoa could be ecntcted to ftitle down and live like ether people and not go roving all over v L