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ECHOES FROM THE OLD FARM.
When th crop U- ni the mnrkrt ami XUv rtvh in in )oir wx And yu lnTif tito riíri!; Jinglo cf tln key turiu-ii tt 1 l.o U k. Anil fio rliiikiny nf ;h- "iH'liliK'.i" ninl the And the RHm-ry mnn t.-up ami no inoro lit Mi. ht m ii h: O, It thm' Hie tii. if a ft. Hit la a-tVv.in' at tits When he ri1 fnim hi; s ijkt, tlientlowuwarJ .ullrt t !- vi-rt; And li ii'ikfji 1. 1-4 in ronifort and tln-n pvm nml w imU 1 1 1 i 1h !c, Wheu (tie i nip in ou t lie market and t lie cah i in his m k. Tlwr Mimrlhintj kind o chwrful like aliout the fnrin tb cyot Vh-n he knows t he nnmincr'a over and he dM-n't hnve to rK About tlie timo tl.o d?) light's a-jwp.D thnxmh tito uttxtm, Aud work until Hi' niKn' up 'uiid tho prnln t ti.it'n all in 1 iiH.ni; Iiut licu ad he -'tt'-r crilrnliUrs he'll book his lil '.'. k" nd ".'i-w'' To bin ruttvr In the evenin, aud put on bis Sumlay tln-iw, Tben no a- iurliu' Mt, witb ber apron and tivw frock. When the crop U on the mnrket and tberasb ih in bid itock. th, tfce iniin and the hpi, bees- the win- terV harmless fun; She nwpin' of the fuhllo when tho dnncln' ta The Jliiiiiouf the sleib be 11, your bent pul In the led; The kU-in and the lui,;x-u' wben tbo old folks are in U d; Tbo n mi-tin' of the cbv:;1nut, thfl neighbors ilrm-iiliV in; Tlie eutin' oí the apples, drink. n cider from a tin. Ob, It wtB my heart a pram in like a struttln turkey cork, VThen the crop in on the market aud tb.cc.vb is lu the boi.k. Hostou Trnnrcrlpt. TIMMY'S 1.ALLY. Little Tiiiuny Mnlliin wna very Pick. Some of Lis chuma raid in nn awed wlii.-tper, "IIo is dyin' dis time, sure 1P-" No inoro would his O-jvar-old war whoop rewound nrrmud the corner. No more would thel:ik front know Timiny, his bare foct, wid lii.t Btone brnim-s. Never aain would ho occuiy t'm pitch er's box nnd ciipi::iii t'lo "Kod Hots, do chumiieeiiH uv all do U-yc;ir-olin on de wps'-aidu" ;i nine which, through C:ipt. Tiiiuny'H masterly iuHhooU. had attained Jirutid pre-eminence. Never íigüin would Timiny ivfiv.-di his jaded pirita by throwing rocks at the Italian on thy cor- lser, who had incurred his enmity by .nce n tuhint; him n banana. Timiny waH im uiurdy a youngster as ever the west hide turned out; he was aa manly and self reliant as the average Chicago O-year-old. lio was the cock of the wall: among all his companions the best Bwiiinner, the best fighter and the best pitcher in tin ward. The neighbor hood wrfi lone3oine without Timuiy. People eonld net imagino "what was on too boy," ou o so hearty and vigorous, to keep to !:ú bed. The little invalid lay stretched out on his coueii as fiat and pallid as a pancake, in tho front rjom away up in Sylvester Mulligan's ten Btory flat building. Tho neighbors wtro coming in d-fives to cheer r.p the ailing youngster. " Yoa'ro not givm to lav me, yer poor ould mi. her, are ye, Tiinmy nshoreV" wailed his l'.iother, r.c';ing from sido to side in hi r frenzy of Ri'ief, like a ship in a Florin. Iit voice choked with grief, her eyes dit v. nel in tears. "Yo were tV.n a dutiful child to mo, Tinimy alunna, and j e wud not be afther levin' y r p'-or ol 1 mither to li;;ht tho Wiir! 1 .M'iIimi 4" wcl ye? You're the oi lj iK y I i'avc J..ft, Tiinmy, and ye'll not lavn mo now al'liur rr.iain' yo aa long ah I have. Hphake to him, Father Mur phy; !ase do, yer rivirince he'll moind you. Ha wuz alian a good hearted boy, though a trifle wild, llayson wid him, father. Tho fay ver has rached his brain, and ho turns his face to tho wall from me. He won't sphake to me. O'u, it's heart scalded I um!" "What's this I hear, Tiinmy, about your talkinif of dying?" cheerfully sun? out tho good Father Murphy, npproach ing the bedside of the little sufferer and taking tho boy's wax'u J hand in his own. "Why, you're worth a dozen dead mea yet. I could never ppare. you in the world. Who could I put in your place as monitor iu the school? Who else could I get to run u y errands nnd to biing ine my Evening News, eh? Why, Timiny, my boy, you are in li; ptnsablo to the parish vou're a lit-lu pillar of the church all by yourself. You're only pretending to be cick yoa who were a. ways : atrolig and la-arty, with the rosi est cheeks nnd the bii,htit cyuof all the lads for t-qu;. res around. Uraco tip, and leave all thonghti of dving to old folk like your mother and mjsilf. Do von hear, Tin.?" 'Inn i. id hear, u iddiie; his head fe"cr- i-l.ly i, .':t !'ri claimuy pillow. His eyes ! -i"-l wiu 'in unnatural lire. They bul '.'a a, -aii".-; glance tif a wmili.'.ril -. . .'. i i tit your heart but to i . l . !. ,; i'.v.-.iíO t -.-d uneasily upen '(' .. : - -.üi;i ; hair, da'np with ! : .r!, n rayed uiieasily i i.i, i hands beat tho . ' . v . .-. of a Murdy -i '.ii- ii ti! conliuo i i V . . . : a word. : . ' ' - id f..r your old ' i boy?" asked Father . i : - . . i: . ''Xfib?" vell.-d OUt 'J'.! 1 of i !s worthy ;-' : i '1 .-iter s 'et.'orkey; i ,. ... r . ,.ale." V . . .. i...; in. 'y prod'e ed, shuf Í . t; ! .. i..e. ':.) uer.feS the 1'i.dIU to '!..- i. I i lu of his stricken comrade, 'i i.n's i.iow waj knitted in meditation. I-..- iiiigin played a tattoo on the !il .. r.r-l. 11-3 hiwl a load on his mind he .-. .1, id i f dump. Turning restlessly, in. o..t.i..;i : I l...nsWf ill uh: "1 ... i. V- ii. tv.o weeks ter day, ... I:, v l ..'null 'I t lu ' -I'll I .;.! yv Lm', 1 t r.v o hi. u-Kh:;" : '. - y . Xt .!' c.l t Ll-U rX W l,v "miii up. Coy'iMy ; I iliiln't j iin lare that -ine 1' ii t in thu 1- : ' i.. ..i.m.ji.'. i v . J I x. i.i a 'uiiiieCorkuy.iliilu't "I 1 'nmpod ye pretty hard. I blacked both o' yer eyes or wtiz it ony one?" It was "i.ny one," for C'orkey still bore the echo of it on his tinted left optie. "Weil, wot I wnnter say, C'orkey, la I'm Mrry I bunged you up so bail. I don't Is lieve I could whip you tho wy I nm here, but t-f you want satisfaction ye can t.iko it out o' me now if you liear enny hard feelinirs." "I wouldn't hit n dying kid, not for de hull west side," cried ov.t C'orkey, sob bing as if his heart would break; "ye only guv mo wot I deserved, Tiinmy. I had no right mastín' you de way I did." "Who duz tho Red Ilota plav a Sun day?" "We wni a goan to play do Hard Times, Tiinmy, but now dat yod'ro sick nn' can't pitch we've declared tho matc'i. off; we'd git skunkedj' "Wot did ye do dat for?" savagely ex tlaiined Timiny. "I'vo a good mind to black yer other eye for ye." "Well, wo all made np wo wudn't play till yo got well, Ti n, it's no nso going out ou dedimund unless yon're pitehin'." Mr. Mulligan appeared to see matters iu tho proper light. "Well, I giic-w yon'ro ubont right, Corkey," hi) was moved to admit. "1 guess I'll hav ter get well. I wanter ckuiik dat crowd cf Hard Times wid me inshoots and mo new snake curve that I'vo been studying out hero tho last two weeks whilo I've been rastlin' wid de blankets. Wot duz do gang say about me, C'orkey, layin' hero in mo bed on the flat o' mo back, like an old granny me who wuz never sick before?" "Bay, Tim, dey're orful sorry; they'd cum up here themselves to see ye, ony yer olo 'ooman wudn't let 'em." "Stick yer bed out uv tho windy nnd yell for 'em to como np," commanded the prostrate pitcher. Corkey thrust his Duhver Lytton brow out of the window, emitting a yell that caused all tho mei: l.crs of the Red Hots to lilo into tho room on tiptoe, wiping their mouths with their coat sleeves, and hanging their heads. "Hello, fellen!" "Hello, Tim!" "Wot 'a da matt ;r wid ye, Philly Durke? Wot are ye snivollin' for? Didn't ye ever see a sick kid before? An' you, too, Patsy Carroll why, I nivir see Gich weakeners as yon kids before in nil me life. Yon'ro a nice gang to let yourself bo bluffed by them Hard Times crowd. Ye have no more sand in yer craw than a chicken. I've a good notion to Bick me poodle on do hull gang o ye. Cum up yero, Danger! The little black nnd tan that had re treated under the bureau, where he kept up gTowling nnd showing his teeth nt the crowd of strange visitors, jumped tip ou the bed and began licking his youthful master's hand. Then, turning round, he glr.red fiercely nt tho roomful of sympa thizers, his tail lashing the bed, his little black nose uplifted defiantly. Ho showed his teeth in a subdued nnd dangerous snarl, n i if looking ont for tho shins of the tiMlertaker. All through littlo Tim's sickness tho dog had huug around his master's room in a subdued nnd listless manner. When not (-'(platting on the Sick boy 'a pillow, KuUiniy Tim'a lb&tad feverish hand and vigilantly guarding his restless slumber, the dog would slink away under the bed, as if the boy's ill ness had nllectf d him also, and had cowed Ida hoaest bark nnd native pluck into a cowardly snarling and showing of his vicious teeth. "If that dood of a doctor comes n-inou-keying around here enny more a- pizeuing mo with tho medicines ho makes mo swallcr, we'll giv hiia hydrophoby won't we, Danger?" Danger bhowed his red puuis in fierco ns.-?ent. "Where's mo ould woman?" "llevo I am, Tiur.ny asthore; what is it?" ."Bind out tho kittle for a quart o' beer. I wanter do tho right thing and treat de gang as has called on me. I guess it'll be about ripiare. V bin yo go over with tho growler to Danny Shay's, C'orkey, mind yo scoop in ull tho freo lunch ye can crib. I guess I could go a little chceso sandwich ine.-elf. Do sure you tell Danny Shay to pack tho growler ns tight as ho can, Corkey," was the latter part of tho languid yet hospitable injunc tion of the stricken Tiinmy, as he turned over on bis f ide for a refreshing slumber. tho vigilant Danger snugly perched ou h:s (iflli ni). Mr. Mulligan, I nm pleaied to stato, recovered in timo to give tho Hard Tillies the wor.t skunking they ever got, In that match, digging his te:i ails in tho pitele r s box, his cap cicUl i !.kl;l:ly over his left eve, and Danger eoaching "ou le side" and bowling liko a demon wh"ii Iks least er struck out a:v of the opposing batsmen, Timinv lad'.ed ont to the demoralized Hard Times iho.-o justly celebrated curves of his, rcini'ircv.'. with tho famous snake shoot which be had acquired whilj tossing oraniio ou a feveri.'h bed. Timmy was carried homo t tho Nine teenth ward in triumph, Danger bring ing up tho rear, leaving iu bis fail the vibrating air churned to a white heat by his wagging tail. James K. Kiiis'dla iu Chicago iews. Savuit ljL'iiittt anil I'i'iiiiy. Too. Aimihin;i incident' uftcn ure met with nil tho fetm-U, in which thoso who nro t'no central li;;nrca arc totally oblivious of the part they nro taking. A nihtor twoiitfi.) a ycK:rly chul chihl, wi'h her mother, wn ,azinj ituxiouHly Into l confectionery atorn window oa Broad way, C'ain.len. Tho mother waa cn- deavorinj to broak piuco from ft pretzel which tho child hel l in her hand. 'J'he littlo one, ubout 6 years old, was snjienl. n to tho mother for a jienuy w;th which to buy soiii candy. Tho woman drnjiped thu bíUet o u her nrm, and atarlled the child and XUom) around by ex.'luimiiii: "No, no, lny tear child, dot will not do for yon: your inauimy loves her littlo ii 1. When you cut dot candies it makes you fu.4 no bad ymt lili when you takes dot cantor oil." 'i'ho i hild did not r- i ii i to u Kicond wiiinin0', and with Mililu tile wouiau picked up the banket. TARIFF LITERATURE FOR ALL. Tho A Mm rrt PnnTriTivnTAHTrrT.r nn I piitilinhing n imiMt Hliuihle writ of Tin jT '.Iin loiteiitf. Tht.'Mo re prrpnred with n view í o ututo thi fart híiiI ai'tniiiK'iit for l'rottv tion, whether in tho i liferent of farmers lalnti ers nii'rvhant or l'rffiNtonul mm, I to'h t-Mio of ti e wrfe nppcHla to t ho en (r Hired in wp'THto imlnM nt nnd present in (liputiilto flirt- -eonipHrioiíM of vrntf-n. rf.nt of livi.i", nnd iithrr Hijuuit(iiU ahowiug tho benelltof I'T'iiti-tinn. Any fii ;rlo ohm will 1 Font on receipt of 2 ri'iii.i In plant or r-opt Vvatrea, Living aud TtmlT," whirl! will le sent for 4 wnM. Thi wholo l((t will 1m-wiit for í cents or any twclvo for ?n ientn. or any ftvn fur 10 cent, postage paid. Oi-dcrhy Dumber. No, Taou 1 M Wr, tirlniy and Tariff. E. A. n&Rini- n-iit 104 "Thfi Advaiitívrf f!f a Pnwttve TrtrllT to tho Labor nDil Itulotrtoa of the lrnited KtPtPA." First Prize Krtay, AKH7. CRAW rHi. I. HTONft 32 I "Home FroOttflinn InillHpAitnhte In a Sujv I'ly.at Iw of the lmiufirtirTT 1 ininioHttrg rcuirr1 for the I'eonle of ttlrt I : ll It -t Rtftt", DIHl A'lfXlllilt HctlllS 'rMlut'tlin of tlK'A('ornnMHliiit luijy.n- Uile without ft Protective Tarid." Virnt Prie Fusft-, lsHH. í:. D. 'ino 33 4 "What ori'PrW MtitorlaH? Would Free Tí aw i(tt-rlñU lx A(lvantntoou4 t t tie IiIvtT foul Iiuhmrri of tin? i;nttel ttR.' Vlit t'rii.e TTsfifij-, i,t, HcmkrD. l'nu;ix ?9 II "Fullnrlon of Krrs' Vra." K. P. Miii.n.1... Hi 0 "boin Vlvwii un Die 'J nrf fT hy an Old bnl- nt im.M oko, r'K.vi-Fn C3 7 "Thr l r..'t five 1 erllT : If; Advuitgt'l for thr south. C. L. f nwAr.i. S3 8 The Wrrl lntoref t.M Jmlf W m. Lawri.wi 24 W "I'mto-'tlon ra. i'rpp l rn.li." A HlHtorlutd KpvIW. V. ft. llAKi:tMAT 0 10 "Tit" Kfirmrr and the larliX Col. Thomas Di ni.KV 16 11 -Tr'trti.m ana PuMic Voiloy." Geo roe H. H'M'twbi.i m 11 "Rrply f the lTf'Mrr.t'a Frea Tiado Mw RaK'f. H. I'. t'OBRU 8 lit oiklpirmcn ptkUIip Tariff.. 8 14 "The Vitnl Wti'')irinu : ohsll Ainorienn Ind'tt- i;i'i oft Aoatí'Kiüca iLii Ainm tcuii 3iar- krisurrfful'Ti-U ? ir t-mr In fitTiniD, with Addition. 10 "jh rroRTCps of (loo Uuiitlrtxt ioara, fíni:inT I. PouTrR 1? " VrnOM-tlofi for AitHTlcpn li'pplnK. R 'TJ- ? Tarltf Not a Tax." Mour.a Ji. I trkix., . 10 V hy Irithmc-D Sixmhl V Prot''tloulsU. l-"Fi('.i"'lliiii." E. H. AWMitowR 21 " iirtt la a TnrliT ?" Aoswuia to a Torklug- rMtin'a tjtifv.Mttn 22 Ttf Amt-tlrau Wool luduslry." El. XI. Am- Hinuw.t .. f W u-'UflD.l Cost of Living." J. D. WEEK. 24 "soutnorn f arming Indusirlpa." ib "A.horTnlk to U ot k itm. -u.. lítf "l'iTTcfton ond thu t amier." Senator S. 31. L'JLLOH. 13 Thp A?TTirjiN KrHoafírr, weHr.dKvtrtwlto lii d1i.ous;ou f nil hn"f tli TarllT iKf.tinn. t'i yciir Mini,l It. Al'lrJi. AmTlfi'i Pro Lxalvi lau.l LeaKue. 83 W. üikl St., New Vt.rl:. 7"" TUB. 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Eight claims contiguous to ench other; copper orr; glance, red cu ides and carbonates; will average 12 to 15 per cunt; 60 tons of hi(h grade ore on the dumps: situated in the Copper mountain mining district, Graham county. Term reasonable. . GnOUF No. 3. Seven (fold and silver and opened up; plenty of wood and adjacent to the San francisco river, whishHrans the year ronnd affording ample water power tors, smelters, etc.; under intelligent and mines will yield onormousiy; situated in Graham county. ' GROUP No. 4. Four copper claims; Greenlee gold mountain mining district. Far further information, terms, etc., call on or ndJre9 Kedzie & Classen, . i Lordsbnrg, New Mexico. HOUSE AND Paper Hanging and Decorating a Specialty. MONUMENTAL WORK, Kither in Wood or Marble. Onb-rs for Huadstnnoa will receive prem 1 aesi. Designs furnished on application with Epitaphs, Emblems of Sert Ord.xe aod Coate of Arms neatly executed. Correppondenro solicited. J. I. Beebee, Clifton, AxizoEP. 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