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authenticated t1 case of hydrol hydrophobia > bolJII In Inolthor Ineither
either man or clog clog1ho tlag1ho
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aI8 IIJr If the thonlro tart Is to bo login loglslatod loginIntod
latod I against nlmt what Is to bo dono with withI withthOmon withthe
thOmon the mon who crowd out between the tbonetb theacts
acts actsfiuoz
Huo1 canal truf10 has boon thl atustremuarativo IIlOst IIlOstrcmncrutlvo
rcmncrutlvo over oxporlencodaIUOl1l1t oxporlencodaIUOl1l1ting
lu ing g to almost 1 10000000 OOOOOO Grcat GrcatBritnln GroatBritain
Britain 61J1Il1Iol1 twothlrds twu thirda of this thlohl1o thisvhilo
hl1o not 11 lllIgle ship unl1er the theU11itod thoUnited
United States flag passed through tho thocanal ho hocanal
canal A total 01 M07 Htcamers used usedthis uaotlthlA
this great waterway lust year In InViow Inview
view of two oSBlbilfty of tho Nioa Nioanugtln Niearaugun
nugtln canal relating to our own owncommorcc owncommerce
commerce thcllo figures are intorcst intorcsting Iutorestill
ing ill g
During 180G tho United Kingdom JingtlompurolJUaot Kingdompurubaaud
purolJUaot oil this country 17030 170301Jor I7030horses
1Jor horses cB compared COlnpnlC with only 10831 10D l iu
180 Euglan1 I l1gll1ntlbonght bought nearly 12000 12000horscs 16000horaea
horscs iu Canada or lie n0 inoronso lJorenso ovor ovorR
R your provioua > rovion rata otnl imports of ofhorsoH ofhoraus
horsoH into the Uuito Kingdom in in18UG in18UG
18UG were 40677 au iuorenao 01 01nonrly ofnearly
nearly 7JOO comparol1 with the pre previonu lrevlonlJ
vlonlJ year rho average value 01 01horsus ofhoraus
horsus shl1 ebipped > 1o < < 1 into the United Jing110m King Kingdom
dom bAt your from the UuittHl Status Statuswas StltosWIlB
was about 1t5 All this goon to showreasons show Bhowreasono
reasons for encollrngemont in the thohorllo thetorso
horllo torso industry eBpeoially that part of ofit ofit
it Ilevotcd to raising serviceable nub onlmls nubmale
mls male suitablo for foreign trade tradeA tradeA
A young widow in Frnuoo whoso WhOBOhUfJbRnd whosohndband
hUfJbRnd left her all his l propotyon propotyonh > rolo tlon tlontt1
h tt1 q C QQil Op thntowe tb t b ahould IbOU Mforle forfeit i dhO dhOIt time timephb
It phb l1 r a pt trdager d erif if ate he ma marioit rfo rfotl
tl 1 4 JJ 11 td f UIiUld to fo eontraet a ao x
9 1 > I put re i all IJUL11WI iy wbis1totkil wbis1totkilaioial lt
1 ItXo aioial 1 couk ur toUther to us if there were wereauy wereauyesoape any anyescape
escape U uphold the will ill but a ahigher a ahigher
higher court to which the question quostionaB
Kan aB taken then rOVOrBfJI reversed the doolllion doolllionon
on novel grourit1a The jUtlg08 there thorefjRfc1 theresaid
said that eoHbaoy boing contrary to tonalur tonature
nature was UII something Vhioh no map maJIcHvo mapallvo
cHvo or dcnl1 had n right to hUl impose imposeand > OSO OSOand
and that such nu act particularly in n noountry acountry
country Bleu Frnnoo Franco whore the papa papaElation pOJmdntion
Elation f is stationary or waning was wasconlrnry wascontrary
contrary to Jlublio policy Upon t this thisthe is istbo
the wllluw married bill H acorns she ahoW11I1 shewas
was loa hasty after all for rQlntivat rQlntivatcnrrlotl rolativosanrriod
cnrrlotl t the e OliO np 1 > to the lIupromJ suprontecourt lIupromJcODrt
court which w ich I1I11lIl1l1tly rcnffirmoLt rcnffirmoLtlho renflirmodthe
the orlglulll upluton o > lnlon This Frunoh Frunohducision rtmoh rtmohlceiliion
lceiliion agrees with the law in this thiscOl1ulry thiscountry
country nUll WI lJoliovc ill England Engll11dCJIHtiliul1t EnglandCunditiutis
CJIHtiliul1t In rOt5trlllut of murrlngo murrlngoAfO
arc generally hold to bo void oid but lJutthoro buttheru
thoro are oulptioUti to the rul rule and
0110 of thCHO llCOptioU8 iR in the case 0l1S6ar caseof
ar n second I11111rill0 I11111rill0u
u u uVory
p Vary low Jcoplo bRVo an any idea of oftl10 ofthe
the IUIljnHulto or time trlulo iu gentle geutlonUIIH gentlemens
nUIIH ntokwollr rho quantity of ofcullllrtJ ofcollars
cullllrtJ null neckties consumed in this thiscou thiscountry
cou country utrJ says the San Francisco Franaisoohruuiolc FranciscoChronicle
Chronicle in II fabulously largo anI and out outor outof
or proportion all to the consumption oOlUlUmptionof
of other countries heoauso COU11S0 in the tbooHicH thecities
cities and towns of the United States Stltosnil Statesail
nil elabsus CI1880111VCnr year linen and darn their thoirhrolts theirthroats
throats with sills tios rho nRlurlll nRlurlllotftlct naturalollcct
otftlct or this great COnB11tUption Is to toI tostimulate
I stimulate the designing of now styles stylesrhi atylosThiel
Thiel rhi ur art bas reached such R dogrec dog reo of oftluaOUIfJ ofsuaecas
tluaOUIfJ that tho roroignerd have agents ngcntson
on the ground rOIOlt who imitate American Amorioamottol Americanmotion
motion In neckties ns soon ns they up uppear p ppcnr
pear Wllla the work or fashioning fluthionlngoollnrll fashioningcollars
collars and ties Is almost wl1oll wl1ollA wholly whollyAmuricnnforeign
Amuricnnforeign A morican rorcigulUl1toriRltI mttnrinle are largely lnrgolyQo1 largelygaud
gaud Qo1 two liuon being chiefly imported importcttiOlU importedteam
team Ireland HIlt while French and nnlluther andutlter
uther silks arc employed it is gratify RrnWyiug gratifyjug
jug to note that American fabrics are aro1rtlinully aregradually
gradually dis displacing > lacing them That Is IsIIOt isnot
not strange for or Paterson silks o of flue fluelcaigtis Uuoc1caignH
c1caignH are made up into tics which whiobI1ro whichbold
lire lireported Hold for fifty coats whll while the im imi
< i ported no butter in sl1u shape > o or qualitImunot quality qualitycannot
cannot bo had 11 It for 01 less than S1 1 to toel50 toN
< N el50 It IR IHOttlO 8 to sill that with withJ withsuch
J such u c1ini rel1co tide foreign artlolo artlolocmnnot
1 cannot stay ill the race long antlmuat antlmuati ani must mustgivo
i givo hc WilY to the home CInlCwlldu msdo produot produotr
> r
truln r u truvwu truvwuM
5 5J
HE wedding ha had hadits
its passed 1 Bod off exceed cxoeedingly exceedingly
ingly well an anoverybody and andeverybody
everybody wa w a a asatisfied ssatisfied
satisfied especial especially
ly y with the fact factof
01 its being over overIt overi
It had taken takenpiano t a k 0 n nplaco
piano nt tho o ofllshioncd old oldfashioned
fashioned early earlyhour oarlyhour
hour sothat so that the brido and bride bridogroom bridegroom
groom and nil the guests might bo boRono begone
gone bororo evening and Mrs Wnl WnlInoo Wallace
lace the brides grandmother might mighthave
have time to settle down again before boforobedtime beforebedtime I
bedtime She was a vory vigoroall and andplucky nndpuoky
plucky old lady but oho ndmitted ndmittedtbat admtttedthat
that at 10urBoore four sooro years it is well to tokoop tokeep
keep tCJ rogulnr hours hoursIt hours1t
It was evening now Mrs Wnl1aoo Wnl1aoohld Wallaoehad
had retired to her dressing room and ondtho andthe
the whole house hall resumed ito itowonto itswonted
wonted n aspeot aspeotAt peot peotA
A At the drawingroom drawing room window stood stoodObrlsty stoodChristy
Christy Wallaoo looking ant at the thoIingorlng thelingering
lingering sunset anti moditlting on ontho onthe
the rao fact that no one wag so o thankful thaukrulthat thankfulthattho
that thattho tbo wedding was over a8 herself horselfnntl herselfand
and that for all her tbankrulnesII life liropromisod lifepromised
promised to 110 a little uninteresting ullinterostlbgjust
just for the present Blanobo had boon boonthero beenthere
there so long that though the co cousins cousinshad sins sinshad
had by no moans boon aUinaU all in all to ono onoanoLhor oneanothor
anoLhor they bad made part of each oaohothers eachothers
others oxiBtenoo and BS for Harold Ha7oldhe
he pad lad boon at The House all hi hie Ufo Ufolong lifelong
long and had ran in and ant of Mrs 1IrsWallaoeabouse MrsWallacoe
Wallacoe Wallaoeabouse house as if it had been his hisown hisovum
ovum ovumThere own
ownlberehacl There lberehacl had been a tl tiai before rOllt gnt3 gnt3after nd ndrerBlaBGhluriYed
after rerBlaBGhluriYed Blagehe utived op ppoau a tbseaaaewluenYar tkae tkaew
wluenYar w Soyda s II iIi e > wi wiaepted j
ii i
1 < < 1 ow jl jlJ1kdt
aepted J1kdt JQ aoretTheeBlateehealivelier aoretTheeBlateehealivelierways h l bII111i r rw
w ways Ys attraotod him and nd nobody hd hdmuoh h1 h1much tl
much account of Ohristys prior olaiau olaiau11rs olairuMrs
Mrs Wallace oven bad said littlo Bud Budtbough aidthough
though she had devised a multip1io multiplicity multiplicityof t1 t1of
of errands and oooapations for her herohler tierolder
older grandohild sbo had refrained rofrainodfrom refrainedfrom
from petting or any words of com compassiona chmpassiona
passiona form of consideration forwhich for forwhiob
which Christy very heartily thanked tbln1edhor
hor horChristy Christy was thinking or all this 119 119aho asalto
alto loaned against the window and andoouhl andcould
could not bo sorry that the strain ofthe of oftho
the lovers l itresonco > reBonoo was removal removollDlunoho removalBlanche
Blanche had behaved very wall all al1through allthrough
through boon ve vay y affeotlonato an ancuueiui and andeousluly d
eousluly cuueiui but there was tho faintest faintest8Ut51 faintesauspioiun t
8Ut51 auspioiun > iolon of kindly oont1osoon condosoonsion < lon In Inher inher
her treatment or the girl whom sho shohld el elhad o
had II01 snpplantod > 1 > 1I1Ot0I1 As lor Harold hi hiblul1 hibunfl oa a
blul1 good follOWrhl1 > hadl had bean > eon a dany dail dailtrial y
trial 1hoy were gone bl but time roo roowuvl ru rumuval
wuvl of her cross made Christy Ohril < ty fool leolns foolas
ns if life would consist 01 nothing to todo
10 for some to come comeliho eOll1oSho
Sho looked up the hill to whore tho thoehimnoys th thohimnoya o
ehimnoys of The IIOU90 showed bo botwoon between
twoon time trees and wondered iC Mr MrJohn MrJohn
John was experionolng anything like lIkoher likeher e
her own feelings now that Uaroll WIlS WIlSono wet wetBono e
Bono ono and ho had the place to himsoll himsollSho himsolfShe
She Wondered too if DOW they would wonhlaHow wouldallow
allow him the use of his surname or orif o oU r
if ho was to 110 lIr John to the end endof en enof d
of the chapter chapterHo I
He had gained the name during his hisuncles I Innolos
uncles life antI after Mr Tnrtons Turtondeath s I Illoath
death Harold Mr Jobnsbntrbrother Jobnsbntrbrotherhad Johns halfbrothcr halfbrothcrhad
had carried so much the moro impoB impoBing imposlug
lug presence that the squire still ro remainod romainod
mainod in tbo background as Mr MrI MrJobn MrJohn I
John Ho was quiet nnt1 studious and andif an anif d
if bo had any love for society ho ropressed ro roproBSod
pressed it partly rro front his dielnolina dieinolinatton dielnolinatlon
tlon to bo outshone 1y his younger youngorbrothor youngerbrother
brother pertly from his desire to toamond t tamend o
amend if po possible siblo the fallen fortunes lortunesof
of his littlo estate It was known knownthat knownthat
that his uncle had boon ambitious that thatho tha thaho t
ho should marry money but Mr John Johnappoared Joh Johappeared n
appeared to prefer to save his monoy mono monoby y ny
by strict economy If ho hall ever everpAid eve evepaid r
pAid court to anybody bo and that thatparson
parson wore oro the onl only ones that knew it itHarod itHarold
Harold also would havo been 1 please pleaseto > c 90d 90dto d
to see him marry money though h hwas ho howas o
was generous to him and tbough tboughHnrold h
Harold had a su sufficient oient fortune 01 his hioown hisown
own ownJIaroM
ownHarold Harold had boon much the bigger biggorman biggerman
man at Tho House and Christy half halfsmiled halfsmiled
smiled I1t the thought of Mr John bo boing belug
lug forced by oiroumstanoes to taka takahis tak takhis n
his own place placoTho placeThe
The sun was going down now the thegarden thogardon
garden lay in n shadow though the thobright thebright
bright rays still shone on Mr Ir Johns JohnschiD1noys Johnsch1n
chiD1noys ch1n nays and on the roses that emus clusteroa emusterod
teroa over OhristytI window Suddonly Sud Suddony
dony there was a atop on tho turf torfamI turfand
and Homo ono oamo 10lsuroly around aroundtho aroundthe
the corner 01 the house
Ifay roy I como il1 Miss WaUnco It Itis Itis
is lonoly up at time house houseJt houseIt
Jt was Mr John himself and she IIhehaltoned shehastened
hastened to admit him III I woe woethinking wasthinking
thinking 01 you 1 she said and andwondoring andwondering
wondering if wo VO wore to take to callingyou calling cn1Ungyou
you by your yo r rightful name now that thatthoro thatthere
there is only ono of youThoro you youThoro
Thoro bas boon only ana of mo moall moall
all ray life long I think and that one 0110bn8 onehas
has been 1Ir John It would bo dif diffloult ir irfiou1t
fiou1t to turn it info anything OSO OSOMiss else elseMiss
Miss Wallace WallncoNot Wallace1ot
Not moro difficult I should think thinkthan thinkthan
than yon found it to ohongo mo from frontChristy fromOhristy
Christy to Miss Wallace she said saidwith saidwith
with a littlo smileghat smile smileTb
Tb ghat t happened and had to hap 1JBppon happen
pen when you grow rOIV up ho rop replied repliedwith lied liedwith
with a faint flush risin rising to his faco facouWhon PacoWhen
When are you you goln going to grow up
thou Mr John I was rather slow slolYot slowat
ot it it it only happened live years yearsago yearsago
ago but you mo even morO dilatory dilatorysaid
said Christy talking for the sake oftalking of ofbking
talking bkingWhat
What do people do b when theygrow they theygrow
grow up Cot married like Hrroltl Harolland i
and Blanche Well I admit that wo wohavo wehave
have let our junior got the start of us usin usin
in that I hope they will have a ahappy ahappy
happy lifo he ended dreamily
They expect it and they are light URhthoarted lighthearted
hearted people Blanche is not often oftenoat oftenout
oat of ofspirfts ofspirftsThon spirits
Thou the two lapsed into silenceand silence silonooDnd
and sat gazing ont over the IIndscnpo hndscapeThey IIndscnpoXboy
They wore both thinking of Blanche Blaneheand Blancheand
and Harold and of thoD18olvco is swoll swolllli well wellThe
The lli nag set ttdt dud the oBummL anmmoF wIUgbt Yi YilJl
lJl Ugbt tJ bad d ft W 111i ewgwtT fag r iea ieaiii e
4 l ili ilitir
iii tir letiitgurenlM by i tai wiado 40 40Ohrisy
bad imtlediWL
Christy stirred tarealwU heuelnith a bid hila hilaa of ofa
a a laugbu laugh u a thrush in tho aoaaiaB aoaaiaBbroko acaoisabroke
broke ii1toeudden into sudden cry I am keep
fug you here all tn the dark aha said aaidand saidand
and would have risen to ring for forUghts forlights
lights UghtsUNot lightsNot
UNot Not yet II besought Mr John J ohu I ICBmo Icame
came up bore with a distinct purposetonight purpose purposetonight
tonight buI but I do o not know hoW toset to tosot
sot about it I nm B shy awkward awkwardman awkwardman
man Will you forgive mo if I make makon
n blunder blandorUHnroly blunderSurely
Surely answered Christy in be bewilder o owUdel
wilder monte monteII
II I want to show yon a letter you youonoo youonce
once wrote mo anti bo aoloctol1 a aDO
DO note to from his luuketbook and handed h1nllotlit
it to her Do you romombar it itOhri
Christy Ohri ty opoDelllt ttanl nnl read it by the thowluinS thewaning
waning daylight He watohod wl1toholll1ur her n9 n9sl16
she lcanoJ lenDetto to the window thinking thinkingwhat tl1lnklnqwhat
what a dainty dellcnto hand she hat hl1lDII1r hatDear
Dear Mr Ir JohnI nm ROrt sorry yon asked mnbecause mn mnbeouso
because It la Impo5Illllo OrulllnUllnma OrulllnUllnmacoulll llrtudmutnmacoul
coulll coul t not fllaro mu lIruhl will cxpllln It Itto
to you sours OUrB rllllbrull rllllbrullCUIIIIITlNr fttlhfully fttlhfullyCunistixr
She handed it back to him hlrnl
l remember it very well bat it is isa
a long time ago 1 thought it must musthavo musthave
have oflonded o ontled you somehow for it was wn9then wasthou
then that I suddenly grow up
It i8 possible for a man to 110 hurt hnrLwith hurtwithout
with without oat being offended The note notohurt
hurt mo but something was said BB I yes yesterday yestorday
terday which mode mO think there had hndbeen
been R mistake Will you tell mowhat roo roovhBt
what it was that t asked and yon yonfound youfound
found impossible impolIBibloOhristy
Christy began to fool nervous there therewaB thornwas
was something almost portentous iu inthe iutho
the extreme quiet of his 6 epooch > 000h His Hisfaca
face looked palo through the gather gathering gatherg
fug g gloom gloomIt
It was a massage that Harold Haroldbrought lnroldbrought
brought from you You asked mo to torido
rido with you to DoUous Cove the thonoxt thenoxt
noxt day and I could not go partly
bOCI1UEO granny ditll10t did not think it proper properfor
for mo to ride with you alone and Bnllpartly
partly because two servants wore going goingto gointo g
to a confirmation ROil J9nes hd to totako t go o
take m1 horse to drive thom Harold Haroldsoldbe Haroldsaidho
soldbe could explain all that in n wordbetter words wordsbetter s
better than I could in wri writing log I was wn8vexed
vexed because I wontodto wanted to go to Bol Boltons
tons Cove You sool ace 1 romomber it itaU
aU very well r rExoellently tExcellently
Excellently woll1 woll ho answered answoredwith answeredwith
with n curious into ation Perhaps Perhapsyoa Perhapsyou
you will bo surp earpryied ed to hoar that Inever I Inever
never did ask y to go to DoUonft DoUonftOove BoltonsCove
Cove and that I nt you no meSS8O meSS8Oon
on that day
I dont und tand tanduNo tandNo
uNo No ho an ored his hands mov movingreBtlessy moving
ingreBtlessy ing restlessly n carious contrast to toOhristys toChristys
Ohristys wbi lay immovable in her herlap borI
I lap > tIlt It soo IS that I had two friends friendsjUlit friendsjnat
jUlit then mo anxious for my perma permanont permanont
nont woUaro hn my prusont prtJ ont hupJJl hupJJlnoss happtness
ness I wan writing a letter 01 sumo Lomet
imp Importon ortanoo e to myself when my noclo noclooalled unolocalled
called mo me away wny Ilert my desk un unlookod tinlookod
lookod not supposing that anyone anyonewould onyonol onyonolwould i I
would bo likely to search into niy pri privoto privato
voto affairs l1ut it proved that I was wa9too wastoo
too truBtr trustful l untold oxnmi oxamihnd ot1 myletter my mylotter
letter and reported upon it to my myunclo myuncle
uncle and a8 the result my latter lotterwas latterwas
was suppressed andn and a IOOSl massage go devisedfor devised tlovisoc1for
for IInrold to carry in its place I have hovocopy havea
a copy of that latter Lot mo light fRhtcnnlIo a acandle
candle I IIhould like you to rend it itChristy I
Christy sat white and silent in hershimmering her I Ishirnll1f1rlng
shimmering wedding dross ghostlike ghost1i1ein
in the faint light from the win window windowscarcely ow i iaoarcely
scarcely loss BO in the little yoJlbw yoJlbwalOl1tu yollbwgleam
gleam or the candle Not n po pose so or n nIndtlon amotion
motion of hers o escaped cnpotT Mr John that tbltnight thatnight
night nightbo
bo was rather frightened frlhtcuollno now nowwhen
when hen ho sot tile candle clown au tho tholhof iliatsholt
lhof beside hornnd Jor un bonl1et her horthisaco horthisacocad Ihisllco Ihisllcoond
cad laltur Iltor lima paper trembled in her herhnnd herhand
hand and alto bone her bond norvouely norvouelyovor
over it Aft aho road she trombled moro moronnd moreand
and more for this WI9 a plain anti antisimple nndIIi
IIi simple 111 pI 0 proposal of marrin marriage e from u uma1 aman
man to whom she had novel never dared to tolift tolift
lift her e oyes 08 from ruin that l point > oint of view vlowand viewand
and the very simplicity of it was 110 110Iiko solike
like the writer writ or that it was like having
bis very words breathed into her ears cnrsn earsIt
n was written l1vo yours ago nUt and ho howas howas
was standing over her now ns she rand rondit randit
10 him the time soomed endleo ns asshe nsaho
she Hat at with bent ont hod considering
those brief words But it was moro morotl111n morethan
than the words that detained her i it itVUB itwas
was the shook of the whole hoo thing and andthe nntltho
the tlilUoulty of realizingits rca1izrn its moaning mon lnz
She moved It last and bo took book baukthe booktho
the letterThe letter letterliTho
liTho The explanation that Uarold gave gavemu savomo
mo was that YOllproforrel you proferrodl him to 100 100he meho
he acid with the sBInoforoed same forced quietude qulatudoor
or his former speeches If I sent the tholetter thetotter
letter to yon now what nn answer wJr would woudyon wouldyou
yon Sivo ateMr mo mo1r
Mr 1r John I sp spdke lte Christy ih star stl1rtJoll startlocl
tJoll tonesIf tones tonesH
H you said John it would bo all alltho allthe
the answer I would ask for ho an answere1 answerecd
swere1 swere1Ohristy swerecdChristy
Christy half rose She thought aho ahowoold ahowould
would feel safer on her feet and ut utthl1t atthat
that momeot momento two door opened openodrho openedThe
The mitross wants you in her room roomat roomat
at once Mil80bristy Miss Christy Rllllehal1 anti shall i bring
in the lamp
Christy wont wontapswiftly up ai my to her grand grandmothera rand randmother
mother mothera little shocked at having for
gotten her for so tong andn and n deal dORlrelieved dealrelieved
relieved at having galhcl time before beforeglvin beforegiving
giving her answer answerMrs
Mrs Wallace was sitting in her chair obairby chairby
by the window from which sho might mighthavo mighthave
have ticon Mr Johns apprQaoh to the thohouRe thehouse
house houseSo
So OJ1 Job a Tart Tartoa a here 1eeh ahepaid ahepaidlino iI iIr
lino lies r qaick iak alattrr r raj t tf Ahata he heoiaigya
fer ferd1 oiaigya d1 iHwl ° Klte were re bar har U1 ly aaMoient aaMoientlycollected tol ht htlyoolleec1
lyoolleec1 for li hot to 0 gijd iVinbl1l1 an imtned1 imtned1ately di diBtely
Btely nteUigibo answer answerNover answerNever
Never mind II said tho old lady Indynodding ladynodding
nodding cheerfully wo all know that thatbe thntbo
bo has not comoto coma to see if his brother brotboris
is is left behind by mistake Now look lookhoro lookhero
hero Christy John Tarton is hero topropose to toproposo
propose to you and you are a fool if ifyon ityou
yon say no HoR no fool and hos hosworth h0sworth
worth R dozen of 01 his brothers Hal Halold Harold
old was good enough for Blanche butt butthe bnthe
he was not Rood enough for you and anlI
I was not vexed when ho throw yon yonover youover
over for her YOII take John i hOd the thoman theman
man for you and the oM lady nod noddeal nOI nOIdetl
deal more and more vigorously In nll upprobation nllprohation
probation prohationllt probationButgranny
Butgranny llt tI1nnybcgRu bcQnn Christy ap uppoalingly appel11fngly
pel11fngly pel11fnglyfut
fut tnt tntl I Never mind granny
There yon dOIlt wont to ho voting votingyourself vexin vexinyourRcf
yourself with the notion that I cJ1t cJ1ttlo cuttdo
tlo without youI ollI can mane o 10m 10mm1Ull I o to tomanago
m1Ull manago o r You do us I lisp bm I you Ou Oudown Godown
down and drop a pretty courtesy mill mill81Y andany
any u you IIlel1oo Mr John 1hl1ta Thatsthe 1hl1tatho
the thing anti thorn is 110 HtJrold to tocome tocome
come between yon this time Sumoold Sumo SOlDOold
old women arent 150 blind as they
look m my dear Como here Christy Ohristysoeing Christyseeing
seeing how her grandchild stood stoodirresolute stoollirrcsolate
irresolute with fooo working and eyes oyeRsuspiolousy eyessuspiciously
suspiciously misty Bonl down and andkiss andkiss
kiss your granny You have been agood n ngooc1
good child to mo and a comfort ever oversince eversineo
since I had you and I want to ado yon yonhnppl1y youhappily
happily settled Johns the man for foryon foryon
yon Go down to him and tomorrow tomorrowjon tomorrowyon
jon can scud SOOt him up to mo I tlont dontwant tlontant
want ant to sea him to tonight tonightBut night II IIBut
But Christy lingered kneeling by
bar grandmother really crying sortl sortlovoroome softly
ovoroome by v the tenderness from such snohan suchan
an unexpected source cOIning on the thotop thetop
top of so many disquieting things thinqsMra thingsMrs
Mrs WnllBeo did not allow her to tocry tocry
cry long JonJtlIrhBts longThats
lIrhBts enough Christy I she said saidbriBkl saidbriskly
briBkl briskly Cheer np and got ot about abuutyonr aboutyour
your business You are keeping the thoman
man waiting waitinRSo
So Christy had to go 0 down Mr MrJohn
John listening with the oars or an ananxioas onanxious
anxious lover heard every footfall on onthc onthe
thc stairs j heard uncertain steps coma oomoIOr088 comaacross
across the hall unoertain fingers laid laidon laidon
on the doorhandle door handle His heart bent benta8
a8 irregularly as her feet moved movedBis movedHis
His pyos yos sought hors M she entered enteredcogorly enteredeagerly
eagerly anxiously What has Mrs MrsWallaoo MrsWallace
Wallace said to yon yonSho yonShe
She said that John Turton had hadoomo hadcomb
comb to propose to mo and 1 was g gfool afool
fool if I said no Oh J John obn III I abe acid acidin aid aidin
in n voice that was smothered iu hl6 hl6embrace hieembrace
embrace U I was not good enough enoaghfor
for HarolllLet Harolll HaroldLot
Let Harold 110 ho hap done ono UII UIIhnl11 u9harm
harm enough nlrca alrcliy ly Christy bo boAuld hosaid
Auld with hiRvoioo his voice trolUulonl with nwultituJo n amultitudo
wultituJo of feelings IalDprumot
to bo John and d I fool that I am grow growiog grow
iog up i iJohn
IIJ John ohu aho repeated still much JUuohsmotllered muchsmotborc1
smotllered 11 suppose they will willnoturally willnaturally
naturally say Mr and Mrs Turton Turtonwont Turtonwont
wont thoy Wo shall both bo grown srownI1p grownnp
I1p thon thonTho Tho Homo Queen QueonW01m QueenITOltlS
1 1become
No o sin is so little that it may not
become the souls master roostorLoodug masterLooking
Looking n dlffientty square fn the theface thornoo
face will often kill it dead deadNo deadNo
No prayer meeting was over killed
by the prayers olng too short abortTo
10 elolO our hearts against n brother
is to shut henvon against ourselves ourselvesTim onrsolvosrho
Tim world orIt1 has learned moro from
it8poor its poor than it has from ft91dnRs ft91dnRs1ho its kings kingslimo
limo mon who robs llnthor of his hisright
iSM lC1sc most by the trnuo transaction transactionBeware ctlon ctlonDowRro
Beware of the sin whose only 110
ronllo is that it is highly respectable rcspcotnbloA
A poor man with ith a sunny spirit will willgot willgat
got moro ant of lirp than tI a wealthy lVcl1thygrumbler
grumbler grumblerWhon grumblerWhen
When love gives ivdB it enriohos itself
but what covetousness hoops it takes takcsfrom takesfrom
from itsof
t tDoil rBoll
Boll down many n mans religion rollglonnntl religionand
and it willbo will be found to have been oath
inK but froth frothLovo frothLove
Love is dead when tits husband bo bogins begins
gins to grudge the money it tnkes to to8npport tosupport
support his wife wilcIt wifeIt
It is not what wc have but what wo
do with what wo have that proves our
fitnoss for l promotion promotionThere > romotio romotioThoro
There must bo noonstant dying to ton
n lower lifo ir wo wonlc1lmow would know what it itmcans itmoans
moans to enjoy a higher one oneTho oneThe
The man who spends his time in inconuting incounting
counting hypocrites generally makes makesa
1 a miscount b1 not putting himself at attho attits
tits head or the list 1i6tTher listThere
Ther There iB some blessing in being boingricb beingrich
rich and stron atronq and gifted but there
Is moro in being none of tboso and andyet andyet
yet doing bettor bot tor than they theyWhen theyWhen
When tho preaching is against sins sinstbat sinsthat
that arc not known this side of China Ohinaand Chinaand
and no other the devil will help the thopreaoher theproaohor
preaoher to got a oonrc congregation congregationGo aUon
00 forth with a smile on your face faooBnd faceand
and you will return believing that thatmost thatmost
most people are good natured Wear Wearn
n frown anti yoU will find nlentv oC I
quarrelsome Horn t tDiseases
1 1Prooions
Diseases of r penis penisPrecious
Precious stones arc subject to vain various vainoas >
oas maadiesmnoh maladies much tho same as ordi ordinnry ordinary
nary hum human n beings Many of the themaladios themaladies
maladies of gems are Incurable and andoften andoften
often pro prove fata1ufar fatal aa far a the 1 peiij rbeaatted ft ftOf
otlbe Of k ate toq 9 tt r in eoytNrm HI1fQ ed QM stt J b beclor l J JB
B r i
i ieolor
eolor Theeasersl 1i er J t lilt uppbire ppi ppithe ad adthe
the ruby t1b are eotamoalyaurpoled oaJl to toohave tohavoaos01utoly
havoaos01utoly have absolutely pormanent colors colorsand colorsand
and pot it has boon found byreoent byreoentexperimont by recent recentexperiment
experiment in Parill that long expos exposuro expostiro
uro to light causes thom to fade per pcrceptibly perceptibly
ceptibly ceptiblyn
In n the galnot and ndtho the topaz thochange tho thoehaugo
change is often comparatively rapid rapidThie rapidThis
This fading is s aooompaniod in rabies rabiesand rubicsnnd
and garnetB by a cloudy dun appear oppearonco appearonce
once The habit which some gems gemshnvA gemshave
have of cracking unexpectedly and andwithout andwithout
without any apparent cause scorns to tobo tobe
bo incurable Opals are considered consideredtho
the most unlucky of all gems They Theyoften rhoyorton
often become so sensitive that the tbobOlt theboat
bOlt encountered by the wearer sitting oittlngolo
olo o to a firo will destroy thom I
The lu Iustro tro of nD opat opalis is eta duo to myr myrill1s myrfade
fade or minute cracks fn the body bOllyof bOllyoftho of ofthe
the alone the edges or wh wbicb + ch roll refieot refieottho Bot Bottbo
tbo light nt tllilerent l lcrtJut nn angles 109 prolluo prolluoing produclug
lug its chulotcr oharaeterlitto 1tio prlsmntie lr 9mtio colors colorsAnyouo colorsAuyuuu
Anyouo or these myriad of cracks crloksmoV cracksmay
may cause the gam to spitThe split split1ho
The misfortunes of pearls are allnos allnostoo almostoo
too numerous to bo olsitlod Since Sinoot Sincethe
t the o pearls consist entirely of carbon oarbonnte carbonate
ate of limo they are exceedin exceedingly ly son sonsitho sono
sitho to all Rorts sortsof or reactions Throws Throwsinto rl1rownInto
Into a fire nt nu ordinary rail heat heatthey heatthey
they are instantly oonvorted r to a amoro amore
moro pinch of limo dust and if noel Baoidontly noeldontly
dontly touched with any corrtdlng corrtdlngaoid
acid are rained They are easily easilycracked asnyornoltod
cracked or broken ana orton lose losotheir losetheir
their lustro meroy merely by being haggled hal1ntodrho haggledThe
The acid contained in the perspUntiol1 perspUntiol1of
of tho skin has also be boon on kno iitc iitcdestroy to tod3stroy <
destroy themNew York World Worlt1Hot WorldDiet
Hot for time Pet Dog DogThe DogThe
The boat menu for a pot dog con conaiats conslats
slats of bread and milk oatmeal boiled boiledin
in broth vegetables mixed with gravy gravyoabbago gravycabbage
cabbage orgrcons or greens of some kin kintJavorod kind kindflavored
flavored with gravy should be given givontwo giventwo
two or throo threotimesa timcs a week in place of oftho ofthe
the grass which ho would cat ifho ifhocoul if ho hocould
coul could Rot it biscuits and puppy cakes cakesanJ cakesand
and Rn occasional bone without withoutmeat withoutmoat
meat for the benefit of his teeth toethwhioh teethwhich
which will otherwise become loose 10080Irom loosefrom
from want of use water to any extent extentan extentand
an and on occasionl pinch 01 powdered powderedsulphur powderedsulphur
sulphur especially in warm weather wontherby weatherby
by the way of a condiment condimentTexts
Texts lu Lolldon Street Vcblrcs VchfrosThere VcblrcsThere
There is in London a Tramcar and andOmnIbus andOmnibus
OmnIbus Scripture Text Mission Missionwhioh Missionwhich
which aims to put a transparent text textin textin
in each oar and omnibus in tho city
it is estimated tbatthorc that there are 1500 1500omnlbu60S 1500omnibuses
omnibuses and 896 tramcars carrying carryiogonnuoJy carryingannually
annually uOOOOOO and 175000000 175000000travolers 175000000travelers
travelers respectively Thollocloty Tholloclotybas The society societyhas
bas not yet succeeded iD8upplying iD8upplyingelJIJ in npplylnE npplylnEeaob
elJIJ but IS endeavoring to do 6 6hoplns sd sdhoping
hoping thus toriv1 to rival the value atuool of two thoudvtlrlisemcnts twoadvermisements
udvtlrlisemcnts udvtlrlisemcntsI
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