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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF CRENADA COUNTY, VOL. IV—NO. 1-8. It. T. PA YNF, Kdltorand Frwi»rk-(or. GRENADA, MISS., THURSDAY, DECEMliEU 2«, 1888. COODS FROM cinsrci^T3sr^.Ti Queen City Club, Spring Water, Billy Moore, SoleA gents. John George'i Qld Stand, Satisfaction Guaranteed in every instance. 0r*ALCOIÎOL IN ANY QUANTITY. Ladd & Heath, »I JUGS FREE.^RJT B. H. GORDON -DEALER IN Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco Goods Delivered in any part of the City Free of Charge, 3 . F?. IdS^POIiD, South Side Square, : Grenada, GQiss. - 'Hiza.us :ii - Fine Watàss, Clocks, Süverware AND «UeWELI^Y. I^EPAii^mG op Fine Œajpghes a Speciality. j. f. moss, rtr Staple and Groceries Cigars, Tobacco, Canned Goods, Cara-d-ies, ZETriaits, ISTiats, Etc. EEroT sxz^eje:'!:. cxIzjdztjljdjl, zæzos. Money to Loan! 02T GIVSPROVED FARMS Containing not less than Eighty Acres, in cultivation. From 3 to 7 years, at ten per cent, per aiinum. 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Heapectfully, y N. a KPON. LOUISVILLE, New Orleans ïTexas railway, (MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE) THEPOPULARLINE -BETWEEN Memphis, Greenville, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge and Hew Orleans TRAVERSING A MAGNIFICENT AND EVEN PICTURESQUE COUNTRY. The Rice »«d PlantatloB» ftnd moeftive fiuimr Houses ftnd Refineries soutk of Baton Rouge arc especially interesting and never pail to please the observant passenger. Mempfil. and Vlchibur* the llm of tho finest Cotto. Between passes throuih Kim. PlnnUtlon.tn th. Yaioo-Mlwieslppl Delta, the met fartlie «rieultnrel section of try on earth. Th« Kqulpintni »»d Phy**o*l Condition <M the line »re flrst-ofiM. In .eery perinitUng » high raU of .peed end In sur In* th. oomfo rt and safety of pass enger* MMnlfl«.IPul.n.«B»*'*;"^ between Lout.w and New Orlean. yl. Memphis without ob.nfK rm ~Pamoiwi should po«h"» Tteke ' Ji Tl * «dTlIn. I It to «nphatloally tho nu>.t attmo Uv. rout, fit th. «oulli «o-d.y. run For Time Table* **«pa. ™d*r».and »«• A*ent,Memphto.Tean « p. B. Boo»««», *• ' Au'L O. P. A* J. M. EDWARDS, Vlce-Pres. A 0«nM. Mftn'gr., Oen'I. P®«»* Memphis, Tens o. J. Austin A Co. h*«r. a very large stool* of mi»»«»' and chlldr "\ u ( Double-Knee Stockings the be« manufapturod, »* krtonlsMOfty THHF.E. CHRISTMAS SCENES, j from * tie stopped ye've LAUGHING mai.l, with ; and golden way«» n>.Mi*" !'„ ' j sunset mid Moravian skies, Her brad, smooth brow than fairest TSi m Kj. / more fair, •J Tho bluu of hâppukfcfc I In hcrdancihgfiyefi— /lit |(j|j Romps with her young ' 'a 7 ** Ilfl companion« here to • !' Kl,t ' ! LM WtwfèÿUffl f w ■ ih*v Vbu.hji iihdbatdâ ; the r / who swiftly come : (jp m l ^ i I nil ! v n ,,„«llh'ihn li.rht wastin' Reflected by tho yole tog" goner«#» Blow A Vulc-t de festival und «he H- ' iviliua. The m tie.hi»* chi,r or a sturdy race, . arruuis Vvtm n'.Vés her sway to her entrancing mien, i saived And holds it by tho beauty of her face. \ And so tho tide of joy awakes nnd swells, now, In glad abandonment of eager mirth* _ I Till dawn bursts forth, and i»B th» 4 p y ft»ini* bfc'W I wttrt Salute tire Hay that guVe tho Saviour birth. | a At of it" O' "Ui ■ Another Christmas Kvo comes stealing down And vanishes. The night is almost spent; The stars lilink faintly o'er the sleeping town In token of the morrow'« merri Yet see 1 Half-hidden In the Shadows deep, Down by the little rustic wicket gate-, A watcher stands and reins, of issue hile oihevs | merry and all ! world fully rait« And f the cruelties of fate. Thu cottage door is softly opened. A girl steals forth upon the frozen sod, Unmindful of a parent's bitter woe, Regardless of the andnte of her G<>d ! A start of joy—a bin A pang all grievous, yet supremely swretl One backward look that means a last goöd-bye; Two forms steal swiftly down the silent street. ig kiss—a sigh— side, heard. hear are And Christmas Ev earth And brings to men their need of joy or pain; e the quiet hamlet rings with mirth To greet the sacred festival again. With drooping form ftnU slow, uncertain tread, who rocs a fearsome doom to Her chocks as pallid us the newly dead, once morn falls the One. As meet, ti ' ^fl} 3JHk.1 ha*' " " ye mol (I ff/ d V Hr', -A . I. v^v A ! v - 1 the - ;. s " wull to of >V Irish upon : V„" ■ r l. wud A woman totter# up the frozen street. Cine rod those livid lips That stiau^uly haggard fucu has fair. Of sapphire blue arc «till the great, sad eyes; Tho glint of burnished gold is Yet n-'W tho lagging footsteps w A wail goes up: " ■ rent with sigh'* •; been her hair. 'T grow; restV' his suns upon the driftod snow. her v Th*- w. •listed Her child dose clasped up into hr-'list.. •s that hôver by lince's dying moan. ifUt the angel ilia And he a And, p tying, 1 lb ther "Let hi thc isper tenderly: without si ? to who w As see ! a H.UUH.n R. Vvnnb SHANE MAG KUO. Tho Story of My Christmas Spont in Ireland. for this paper* 1 HEN it was found im possible to proceed to Maghcrafelt account of Hie break- i ing of an important bit of harness, re grets that we had left Moneymoro that ing bogan to as fWrttt i O V K-:-, il sif'fc sail me. The night was clos in — Christmas ! mmS ing Eve it was, too—* and our final destination lay even beyond M a g h o r af e 1 1 , nnd nearer Lough Beg. where Archie's folks lived in the decayed ratling lines of 1 had begged splendor usual to such impoverished gentry. Are» ie to take me to his uncle's old coun try place, and he, after much insistance on niv part, gave a half-reluctant consent ' day Archie woul 1 be Sir Archibald Valiancy, since he s only male r*. line, and 1 should the how tn y A me riei thought, and how wise and generous a chatelaine I meant to make of myself I Meanwhile Archie, my stalwart, hand bounv bridegroom, was B the cle we l his îpreaentatives of the Valiancy bo Lady Mary— swelled at the heart unro somo, . , , man tic commercial traveler in the employ of thc thriving firm of Cult & Slash of New York, and at present on so small a salary that wo ha l proed and conned for five mortal days over the expediency of his taking rao, his bride, along with him | siting until summor. Ue Decembor, he had on this trip, or was duo L- . . told me. and 1, being the more charmed with and dependent up-n h,s loving earo of mo that I was so alone in tho world, cried to go with him, and hung upon his neck, refusing to hear an argument that dated towards the feasibility of his loav in America alone. Belfast . 1 Ho tho proing and conning—for nil, it ) Boomed tho sonsiblo thing to do—made mo waver not one whit in my grim detormina tion to accompany my bolovod husband to Ireland; and hero wo wero on Christmas Lc in the thick of a Londonderry mist * and driszle, with tho harness broken and Bann Castle yet many miles away. •• Mary, Mary, is it true that you are not wishing yourself back in tho snug home c iu Now York, with the bright grate fire the rose-shaded lamp and tae canary tn its ; golden cage singing in the mako-bel.evo sunshine?" asked Archie, ns ho tuckod t one of my gloved hands under his arm and went marching off with me somewhere down the wet, uncertain road. true as that I love you, ing llm <M In* yl. Tl * "It is as truo-as Archio," I answered, giving his arm a lit tie .queue, and forgetting tho darkness, tho damp discomfort and the irate durer left behind us. "Hut whither geest thou, goalie sir!" 1 asked, peering forward into the intense gloom. "To a little cottage Just beyond this dear—what is It!" "Wheels,'' vouchsafed T. "Don't I« afraid, Mary, If I go on ahead, fast hero, girl—I'll not leave you « 1 1 know of, m.v Mary, bend in—'»hi Liston, Ftand long alone," and he was gone. I stood beside tho big bowlder in the darkness and listened Intently to 'he sound ol approaching wheel*. A twf'.pkleot U k ht u ( from ft wagon's lantern sent., at laat, a lit- j tie yellow gleam along the rocky roadway, i for, ... ie approaching cart had i after, stopped close beside our belated vehicle. ' had "Arrah he aisy, an'is it yerself thin, Mr. still O'Flahorty? An' is it an axceedint that ye've had the night?" seemed "Faix, an' it »s tba' sr'mo- had ><*( 1 ; and j g qt*- »hüt U MU Mating that j that ! LM pïaysoom they bo quality folks, belolke; , an ; the commonality praifuir shank's marc, j : (jp m thinkin'!" Where ! "It's a dale av mother wit ye'll be bo wastin' on the loikes o' me, Mr. O'Flahcr- for 5'P've »een Vholim O'FHnn, o' ; iviliua. ye 11 know that the polis are tip in . arruuis along av the warnin'they've re- land i saived from Carriekfcrgus t ho day." be \ "An' at whom wull they be speerin' at j n now, mon?" ■** went I "«peerin'* It's a joke, sure! Divil a (.p^ir I wttrt other than the Lad o' Bporrin' Mount- on | a ins-oitr y.oung Shane Magroo I" At this there was a clattering downfall : Iliaa of the harness—collar, traces, straps nnd , j cu ispered confab ; at)0!Jt it" "Might ye be dhriviu' quality folks, Mr. O' Flaherty ■" "Ui might— an' thin: •tain, I moight ho*. kept 1 reins, nnd n hurried and of the two iiieii. Then came Archie; and I saw suddenly issue fi'om an astonishingly near-at-hand ol light, and heard " ' an' rain | window a b^'ighl gl voices—my husband's and another's—in merry laughter bleut. Tho very darkness and loneliness changed like enchantment all about me, and it was as if the whole ! world had passed suddenly from a state of isolation well--peopled diétrict. Archie's strong arm about me as 1 cf fully made my way from ille rocky roful ftdvanced towards the tu us that, of a social, hospitable and I felt the clasp of • ICC ^ side, and as promised shelter, 1 told him of what 1 had heard. "Who in Bhane Magroo, Archie!" . "Bh! Darlimi light o ; mo almost treachery to mention that name hereabouts; and yet I'm thinking you'll hear more of him than of any onoelso—tho reckless young callant ! are after him -the saun ft'i' it's the >ess ft is i ; And so tho police old story—ha ! ha ! ha*' " This Way, your Auner! This way, your Leddyship! Bure tho house av Moreen | Maginnis wull be foriver blissed by your j inthrance- good lucktiUus alHhie night " Àmen . responded my husband. "Arrah, Moreen, ye have niver forgotten deiudhoriu' tongue ! Whist, ye young colleen ! Not wan worrud of our prisince here to anny Chance caller—d'ye mol mi?" was the av , The slipphsO I " Fui Jr, art' cioos your Anne wull be aftUer Wan tin to call in all Ulster to mate ye the night?" laughed the young fresh sod i UL , . , • . t , propped up in a box-like chair at ode side i thc of tho rude chimney-place. "Mother! och, | and Irish beauty, as she placed upon tho little fire and gently touched | what seemed a bundle ef old clothes ! ■ mother, asthore! Wake up 1 " said Moreen. ( "Here wull be an outd friend as will talk i , wud ye the night. Mother!" At this a very wrinkled and exceedingly | homely visage peered from Under the ^j manifold layers of a sort of woolcn plaid piled high upon the qniovcly 1 there followed a flow of indescribable gib berish which I charitably took to be pure Celtic—a jargon that my husband an an unron ! ti, ahd > 1 l i . ' swered easily* in kind, w running of his White fingers tbrodgb scions his short vurly locks nhd » Hnitlin* ol his j black browä as he sat beside her, staring ; into tho fire. ; Well, it wasn't to be wondered at that The ould Cassel av Bi he frowned, only a few miles beyant to thc northwist a shame for it that yon roul'l hot have raiclied it at all tho night!" said pretty IS w . •.■ Moreen, casting a httlo admiring glanto • covertly nt the tmpatioUt young fellow i upon tho bench before thc fire. I "Be comforted, darling," said Archie, j suddenly, springing to his feet and coming j closet*) In y side. "Moreen will attend you. As for me, 1 must leave you for awhile and see to the extent of O'Flaherty's mishap, j Kiss me, Mary, love—once—twice-- - g there! Bo a bravo girl and sleep and ! dream of that snuggery in America I Mo- I , attend your future Lady Mary; and, whisht, colleen —put your Mother ?*> bed/" The beams and rafters of the little hut hung thick with dried herbs, lengths of divers-colored cloths, and seemed, in fact, a storage place for all sorts of humble house-keeping sundries. A table, some i rude chairs and benches, an earthen floor, high-backed, j i re ' open fire-place nnd a ! boarded-up "box-chair" close beside It for I tho "ould woornan" a chair that kept the draughts from hitting the poor old figure sheltered therein at full blast, at least— j these were the homely furnishings of the humble Maginnis cabin. How doubly luxurious, by contrast. seemed the well-remembered rooms iu New and nnd a j j I i • vY.\uU J 'JA the the IK I I \ % K U ; iVY v : Jj-î /y't 1* I of a for of him | Ue had \ ftéj 1 ui j j , ti i i * . earo his that loav ! Â/ •>.. ,V TÎIF.X CAME ARCHIE. York—rooms that my generous, boauty it ) 0V i D g Archio had so tastefully fitted up mo for his bride! The filmy luce curtains; the portieres; to tbc Oriental rugs; the two or three little KL »ms of roal art upon thc ranelod wails- ( mist * nd tbo bric-a-brac! ! and But hero was a living "Renre" nty artistic apartments Uckod-tha pretty Picture I not Moreen mude of herself ns she sat with home c j ; 8|)C d bauds beforo tho lire. A perfect I fire was B ho of the true Irish beauty-the its ; ltark , WBVlng tresses, lustrons Wae eyes, tho rlearl.v out, deficit.« features, «»d- j t j on i y s he began to rock her litho body to ! and , fr aB sh „ sat u|)0 „ the bench before ; th „ flrc , ke0 pin g ti.no with the weird crooning song she sang. The words canto you, liUe tho B „ft breathing of an Eoilan harp to n,y listening oars, while th f ° n Christman j ram foil pelting upon the roof of the: pern j shanty, and tho sparks from the fire leaped : ,-.nd that came down the I lit thou, into you up to meet tho chimney in fitful gusts. Agrah, mo love is shlapln' Beneath the cruel An' 1, his dartin', kftptn' A wild watch o his grave t He's whisperin' love or dr'&mtn* As naith the waves holies— He's whisperin' love or dr'amin'» An wull not hear mo chnesl Och—ho-o— one : Och—bo—o—one : PUÜ — 1» —Hi—la—IU—la—loo ! pohottc!" the sound k ht for, when ! opened rny after, the fire had burned lottr af:d Moreen min» had disappeared. But thc "ould wooman' idikely still sat in the box-chair, in spite of my more husband's rather authoritative order, and so airly seemed more a bundle of rags than before, ludher 1 must have fallen asleep as 1 listened; an 1 îs some time wurruck reirdly fasci- thrusted Th^re wa* something Mating in the shapeless fiiass o r old "loth is that was really a living, breathing entity that I fixed my two eyes upon her ami hits long quarter of lary. rale I'm an hour s hat'd thinking. What kept Archie? What time eonld it be? Where was Moreen! Could Ban Castle bo much further away? Was it possible for us to get there in time to dine with the Valiancy» to-morrow ! Was it always. wnfiderful'y ».'hid weftther land at Christmas time? be at liome ? Was it in any way - j n ( . ame Moreen cloaked to the eyes. Bhc went up to the figure in the tall box (.p^ir leaned down until her rosy lips were on n ' w th a supposable ear. and whisjJc!»-' remething 1 knew to he Hiber : Iliaa f Tll0 tt(rure started erect with a sud , j cu stren gth wonderful to see. and ? ; at)0!Jt t0 arlse from her sitting posture. Moreen s hand detained her and 1 said: 1 kept them there during she* Casseh such groo Ire Wotlld \ rather s this i it out them oves lowly lured 2 d cousait lias " Moreen?" ' Is your ladyship awake, thin? Arra; an' »*'4 n bitther cowld nigh rain is turnin' to 9iaie a"' th In q be Moreen thin phat un tu rum to snow, us all, pliativcr?" "Do you call this cold, laughingly inquired, i(ip. stretohes of deep, soft snow at ti 1 Moreen?" •einem boring the • clogged East river and the wound of a ICC i l merry sleigh-bells "Do 1 call it cowld,your l^eddyshipî S ^ thous; ••Till what?" I a«»ke«l. lain **The police. Moreen, or t it ! But ft'i' there'll be noth; it's not so cowld as the n ght Bhane Magroo gave the conshtabuh the shlip up in the Bpcrrin Mou >ess till thim'." rr. I . tains—bad i ; ling again. : J And blissid f * • r : v «' , sure ! "The poli aam0 mountains for givin' him his 1 protixiou !" i "M | j "Vis, your 1 lO.Mybiip Ma_*r. "Who • Sh; "Divvent ye know, ai i "Soria it bit" pleasantly into her v There was a sudden figure in the bex-chai down again—quite far down-a: was another Celtic a pipe was brought, filled, lighted lered the vrred. novement of the M ret :• the passage f rare , The I before the fire, began to sat.sfy my i UL .reasing curiosity. "First av all, your Leddyship, I d bet , thbr be tel., i thc br , lvosl( honestest. handsL-m«--'* | nicsl broth av a boy In ail lister. t the commonality, aithor. mimber av wan ; id and t Moreen, after seating herself comf- r* | ! Bha ♦ het ^hane Magroo n N t ( n i , bul ouldest—"* | ^ loud,hacking co ^j ap i nu i S to interrupt Moreen for a u h came fre M e her - ! ment. > hid., ' g'mtlist av all t the ouldust ••Wan 1 l he gin talé aristocracy dV oliid i But he loved the pay pel. di . av the down-throddin'. nm. lived upon his id Bhane; loved 'as . îviry wan ' ah»e ^raithers that a- ho j "'^thor coiiüh from the box chair, ; : ^ waft to rise, and ever Th< set the chimney he ; anon it came •on into the sheltered • and found Us way nooks of the box-chair. "It were a hard saison wan year for the r the year desiiitftlllv dill IS liOrtd.vshii poor folk, y Shane Magroo were s • ^ hjg cuz?i|lt the Uiddy Bridgit U Maid i i ()ch but sbo worc a pustlieriu'. I fac0 '^ bit j chip's pardon! j ian ^ n » young w chip's prisince— tv;0 fl asb i n ' 0 yei j wan love-word from thc dear Bhane Ma - g r00 t Tare an' ou ns, but she were a higl au - m i p ht.v bit o'clay ! I'm thinkin' t I hut of wurruld—tho "paytraishun Leddy Bridg'd called it-to which he i sb0 rightfully belonged, knew him hotter as j ; h mr L .id ' quality An over-swaggerin i—sa v n rho wud have i d hid for ter pro Bha:: bhov. •id the pinniles: aivcn Magroo, she'd have been contii ' were only Shane Magroo to us pairfaictly, for them ;o middle names, ; it; but lie wliu loved him ? »ind. The gh from the 1 for I the cough is now? j naither here the Bhane Magroo!" "You speak of the lad i Moreen; is he dead !" A terrible •r. but Hit* mo *a in; ed h phat they r there -u Weil, ailed him the past tense, Och, be this an' be that, if a huuderd da id min y it "Dank is it! he's not worth name ull eaise to be Moree Ami a laugh full of i j went ca j smoke-bl I "What did he do ? i Moreen, that the police w M. impish cm j •eetiiug up amongst th* ackeneil rafters ov ent dark, awfully wicktM, e sent after »•self into a s I asked, stretehing I him?' I more comfortable position upon thc rugs little half thought to Archio and giving as I did so. "•Weokif—'woekitr Sure an' he wore .11 at all: He ' tho orphin an' all tho dow II : Oh. he we I not that at \ the widdv • th j throddin slaves ; j not week'« But all the s; the country folk that loved hi a' died for him! , cuzzin's, the looddy Bridgit's, bletherin' iranny Maginnis y its iutiusi . it : frt • Leddyship, fi e ho were dhriven : -t hat i' his An' all along tOtlj ! cough's most alarmin' in Take a bit dliraw av tho dhudeen. mother. ) aise !" •; • lave me to finish tho story at "If the Laly Bridget loved him," 1 ask, • "why did she give bimovar to just ee?" "To nnjHJiti<-c, ycr mauia'--axin' your Lod dyship's pardon! I'm aftlier bolavin as how she hail a bindin* conthract wid the divil himsilf the saints save an' presa rve us all! But, there; I'll thry to till ye As 1 were ravmarkin', •id the up little hull o' thc sthor.v. ( it were a Iturd sai thn ! pltattoa all rot tin; in the ground an a lithe °*ker crops fadin » o?rh ^ 'J ^ ^ I '« thal ike ""'^mtainà "a with tho swtctn »oidc . • J J I ' P ' tU ck sortin' up ! W av nothin unbe eyes, *° l0 tho Oooycr rain ^nr Lod «»d- j 'Î knewi the law to ! fi>»hip must a k j . mannv . , ; riegylatlons form . ■ , ' ., j S« to ^ canto , a ' hc whlle _. il i ee oit,' be the to ; « r, , n : ! * * lai90 ,, als0 , to 8ay j cha Z, Urn Hoover'mint. forob.v, pern j ot her sootherin' names. Wan ; : "o boohuxt tour an' loive av a ! the I ^^Kmoro^' 1 hhane Magroo, who'd been misthrustin' that them igncrlnt gom machs the polis, were to be sint to saizo , thc mountain sthills, came fly In' along the hill-soidoA before down, like a rale loghery tho VOi ison •1 a tit.. " 'Ye'll hldo tho sthills at wanst an' look out for yoursilve»,' chried Shane, a* ho j hurried from wan place to another 'Tho whole eonshtabiilnryav Omagh are afther yes— bad C8»s till till mall: says he. | " 'TUo sftiuts love ye, Shane Magroo, now roan ' kovt* - caustic • iress vduai tars they all, as they wint to meddl . . and sint three alo min» idikely n, _ more fools Ud y -o e ' «<* 1X11X1 so airly an acquamtan ' ludher bimsmi * o\., an 1 foriver wurruck an chaited ir >cover t nate as v I 1 long accounts—the to thei rake Id Do A- ; ,*h tin :lad, id get thrusted as how it aristocracy were some luimy >. s had axccss till hits lary. rale truth ®v it all, an' th i t wor nil traicherous an' blathering were she I'm willin' to swhoi ,*d the Spenun tin 1 projix an' ad war the proposed r aid d out the Mi Au' s" s (that ii r Irf'ddysbip, that spite •is up at Blarn Mr. hi ;»»st have ho*« she* • our dei to beg Casseh a complicity groo into conliss; îatther. Fa . the it out ; vsgaoom them tue ind ever oves !" "She never loved him !" I m •i in the corner. lowly posi lured the bn 1 it "Troth l tiii. Leddyship. Aiv cousait the lias ftthra vud A hci o I: In * he Magin you] Moreen Mag.un. Pi •1 c c 1 - .w 1 .f 'i i ^ - \ : > ',:v i f ■ "i rr. r-S i) i-- J I . 1 & : J i ! M. 1 ~^h i M i ? J1" \ T rare i» !' id tin thi Banshei si Magroo—ye U > same cassel Bha n th. >sthe V d. An' h t LcM hem* Mag: the loos i f - Stood up. i • 1 îd -itul hid., an' all ... • ■ - 'as a- ho up* ni y 1 set fu he • bo the r IV.oo*l a Ma [ Magr ; "And i. "U ^ i h the U d i; A l*<-A' nt; It for lie sUirt»"l a the Archie. tiles t ?. s t* it ruder*. 1 lay ••Sham* Mae Hit* left Moi . . IS if you have him for y •*Th COOil foi if not 11 Y debt to i ent tlus way •That',! be a tl sairch a itch an to Spo after a s It s ! •in. rugs he a ft her r, bh vss Ma- : v 1. and let the la wore îatther At tho*»!' advanced, lire \\ . appearance the little fl> it : Mnroen. quicu his non of tic chair and. :;tli a start* !" •; truth, saul: ■ N . i- 1.'•Mi Mary • -Tiiis, g; ask, • Lod as the rve the itrriuge. av the ativo, be n O'Mallory. Her g tn r lowed a bit o' the M her Leddyship was thn sno uc>m; lithe flr»t »poh,-tn. ^ , l0 st , c u , 0 young v. "a Magroo! " l drew my slight Amorios up ! height 1 deemed proper for unbe- the ould Air* o' Ty Lod . , j ^ the 8ay v „ u r ixillinoies.'Mueth More. a. Wan ; Mother Maginnis, your dhudeou's av a ! im| , ty again bliss me. hut how exthrava who'd gait yo'regittm' wid your use «'tobtarcy. gom- BUrc l Lcddy Mary, would your lx> i«i\siui saizo , \,o plaised to sit here beside ould (»rautn the while the migrant giutlcnien that thej aie toar thc walls uv thc house down about i I'lilicotl to s an' she w. r l.oddvship. your : Ye ca mom in . her lA'd.lyship's tho Anners, reaped in knowledge av Bin • Your Leddyship s sarvuut, saul t. with numerous low, ro Mae "but has your Leddyship spectful bows, figure to the ••the na -' and sai«l feel y igu r ing perfectly secure "If 1 hair seen Bhane Magroo it is of knowledge, gentlemen, timt 1 '>•>»'1 «vr i tainly keep to myself. I "Thin all there s for it, your Loddyalnp. [ bit •1 ! mil be to beg "Ah' don't be delayin' w. sthant aith > "Ki s xt to ! our hitlr«?" look ho j watch the irate officers . 'Tho Mcrcen with »areas ,c tongue hurl. hoU afther after bolt of turgid iront at. thunu »end | ing shafts of keen mo. shoulder, | now louseless heads—now o«»t rnj suvuiu , | stool öftere J mo and 1 r lbe i aw as i 1 accept tho through tho kovt* over hci* mother's, caustic medium of herse Him 1 «; blic takes c. • iress herself to them personally vduai Y they do not talc© it upon them r her: and 1 think they are r- the house after a or alo rattling soliloquies ; lo never ud indi :lad, indued, to le made, and w m* last flatter v in the dis we know, to hear : horses' hoofs die av g.ad. humble couch again iias been turned tops;, turvy •arch and I go lo sleep in * that up my Mi ..! ii Moreen assures Neill must surely have gone spite of i to Mr. O'Flaherty, a fresh horse and the morn comfortably on the driver. go way to Bann Can 1 Ireland— »hall 1 ny eyes to the that ii some : \ bed. iu Christmas ever forget I open rv sun be; nl a * tli 1 roasting ,u of ' S 'C busy, •* the na ol th the appel. i/. b; M r as ii'!i .ike a Cira DV Magin n y ? 1er*«? "Archie:" I mur Pi "He ro to overflowin' more if ye Lut, there, 1 bra: 1 that about -Why Where vife '•«Ur . ■•• Mary i- l\:i ta at d nit •*. the heart long voice he nd of the And it oh the Wetin •i; M il'iM, is re • Mor? Archie's ,1 a close tuck ever v.in t ode of ry at d \ ••• ■ f Mh W.ik ' ••\Vh:.v. Marv 1- ns •" p •: • ?. i t.ranuy Ma u mean vcre there, she ifiMihf do, Arclu Can / /./, f v*v t-7 / _• y. ; . r v tic . ) // tn r / i«i\siui (»rautn aie about i your : - ^ -• t. ro am -ham: tired that m.v liege lord lapses ofttim^s •n Celt i.\ ia ?" lie ro kape the peats. -• Far better than "Very well, then. Maginnis îoney," say 1. That was not Gran feel «vr i slept the night at I _,he NVid.nv Muldeon'a." [ who sat in tho chair tho police visited tho cabin. Tho 3ighbor's bit : ! "Archie O'Neill, who was it. then?" " Wli.*:' sa\ s you. W lay, the v*.*ry man aith > ere after, to In euro s the police " What ■ Sin - Magroo! Impossible! xt to 'Because,'' says the laughing voice close in my ear, "because, beautiful pearl, 1 Shane Magroo !" Eva Best. ! Ktxn words produce their own image mi's souls, and a beautiful imago it is. . h hoU ' , lnkind fating». We hav »end begun t0 u80 kind wor ds iu | abuudnuce ns they ought to be u , | and 1 i . . , ...» as i They soothe and quiet and comfort tho Tlicv shnrao him out of his sour, not