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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1894, Woodland, California                               VOL. XXXI f. WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 3. 1894. NO. 156 HURRYING HOf.'fc. Hurrying liomc us tho daj litflit dies, (Joes me WOHP> toiling Sonic where it jo} oils welcome lies, piallio mill jocund bong; Others who know but n lonely room, Cheerlobs h'-arth and a fure, Hurrying Some in the (U'eii'nuii: Some thcu joy tuid boine their ure, Hurrying home the roll by, Onuaul movi-h tlie world's KH'.II throng. Some to ei thfir i ost Others the u ay hoili huril and long; Somo h> be'icon of 1 mil aie led OM r I he nuth tiny roam; Sum" in the oi1 n -tie dread. All of tlu' i, .ill of tinni huti; illy.home. -Chaik-3 O'Neill in Doniiiioe'a Magazine. "MOVING.' He chanced to sit opposite me in a restaurant. 1 noted at once that be had a load on his mind and a vast quantity of miscelJaneou-.s objects in his pockets. Evidently nothing r< mained but to bur- den hie, f-Ti'in.K h, and this he proceeded to do in a sullen and manner. Having 1 ronylit hunpelt to an even keel, he prr.iscd anil looked at me. My features wort' then- usual winning smile, which is an invitation to confidtnce that would be worth a good deal in the con- fidence trie k line. "I don't set- I could have done with it." muttered the stranger, and then he Lej.-an to rnmmago around his pockets. I caught hurried glimpses of many queer tilings. -Among them were two gloves, one male and the other fe- male, lolled together; a small hand uiii- ror, a screw driver, an iron casttr that might have come off the leg of a bed, a soiled several mantel shelf orna- ments and a bottle of brown shoe dress- ing. Lastly he produced three gilded bails and laid them on the table. "You can't commence business here without a said I. "These things came off the end of cur- tain you know, as the French call them." said he. "We wanted to move the first of the h" croaked, ''but one thing ami another delayed ns. The principal trouble v.'as that we couldn't get a man with a van t" move vis. Three days ago, however. I induced an old fellow out there to make a beginning with ns. We had our place in town tngagtd. and the rent bad begun to i tin, I thought we'd better run atter it before it gut too tar .ahead of "The Id fellow's name was Wcnner. "He came round with his wagon Tuesday morning as I leady to leave tor town. My wife was pumping air into my t-o that 1 could run lor my train without gKlnii: out of breath. That is the way I plajiully refer to her parting i i xplained to her that Mr. Witniei conlil take only one or two that MI Mie'd better send ornamc'utHl than UM nil things. 'And for heaven'" r-ake.' I addul. 'don't pack away my pipe and t< Uie< o the first thing, as you did the last time we moved.' "When I pot home that evening. 1 found my wife weeping in the midst of our dismantled home. 'That dieadful old villain, said she. 'hasn't kept bis word. lie's moved only halt onr things.' said I, 'that's all light. He'll come again tomorrow and get the rest. Let's have pome dinner and try tc foruet our "She looki d at ire rather strangely, but made no rtinn. She put tt 3 din- ner on the table, lor had sent our scrva1 t and sat down to eat. While we thus more or let-s pleas- antly d my oictcr an- nounced In i-i If. (She had come to take ns by surprise. Tiny're a. surprising family that I've mariied into, but they've ceased to surprise me. I'm be- yond it. Whatever  _ a (j-rieitil lainily rei'n..v lur L" .t; Torpid I n :i, etc 1 UL at h.v. t ever ponitttl .'i the it ins i i jj cur- 'or all diseases cf i ith fourth pftrjr. Read This! BUY NONE BUT THE GENUINE gawks' SpecUcles. ol them handle other Spectacles Without Success bhowintf the (ircnt Popularity ol HAWKES1 GLASSES over all others. HI1- Optunl riant anil Factory IB one of the lo'-i to 111 tho United SLrttes. 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