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and aieprapanMlta lira latUfactlon to ont cm U erarf OtVB TJ8 A CALU MAKLKY t WIMBUL Aad tet m tnt rlami alutra for M Hair ALL thecocs MU rt orecbool tor emamlaatloo of of Oc et It lilclicii tlinl on tho d by th uiuirciiii a A kiiilnn jnlerly mid i lioiild always in whore u mistress nnl antmaiil is of the Tinlloor was yellow ami o 4tMit oli tu Iliv ered wilh t pi oily 11 in on rotes on a lnill hut gave u ioy o the a nioii lliat was iKiiiliilly aLni now thai Hit cold November ing A great in one corner of the i whose doors disjilaytil a goodly store of loll one set of which in In very for it wasiv iiliiiily of foreign Ii waa curiosity in iis Kul rni buds on a traiisliicenlly while whith the Ov flourished all over eurh tnp und plate and saucer in I wining tendrils of a true lovirs It had been the gifl of the hand some young Tom to his wife Alary on llieir wedding day and he had brought it over from whenit was through many an ocean to place it on the teatable otlheir farmhouse home upon thai wed Each piece of por celain rind its own peculiar ro membrance to And there fore Iarke never used it now and turned her eyes toward i lu gliina cupboard thai held it assel she The pleaant kitchen was tier own favorite sji tiug und she would liave moved the Canton china out ol that cnpboanl into another in the square ruom if she had onlv But some strange of whiib she was mon than half seemed to her It was Tom who had first placed the cups und saucers there Tom who had spent an hour or more on the morning al ter their wedding in deciding where each particular dish should They had been taken down and used now and wash ed And wiped und put back in the same places during the ten yearn of her married For five years she had been what her neighbors called i and the cups und saucers stood there If ever thought seriously of moving them a band erave face seemed to rise up suddenly before and a pair cf deep blue eyes looked t ll IIIV on ih vv it alum h i I in al iu tli Ul i i an1 It iU l II t iin In n i And lln ii nirlil lor Where 1sini on lli oel iiiji r sileul and Hi ton diu loi willi a i And oai 1 A Her niiili wa in In own 1 d ton oioci a Ii miglilioi in Ix row tin ne1 illy woinili an and A lalwar in a dre Hii inart gav lint ijiiut heard III tones coare 1arki She I 1 In1 I am Tiieii I have a in riplain vour Iiul ol hel Her lied 1 iui to i would jul give hN eye t ml Koinaii kiuhl ll and 1 1 l T g ee yon as am sccifig repec He i lie i alran in Jie II bu U together in then 1 l 1 i v jj ali Wliv llnlnt Invonifamnud ul Uu mic lip ltnl cued Mi sprinic bcautnul n be upon tin i toher can 1 tell Hon loi ther u A 1 ia 1 lie i No uiie oiighi lo utr whal into llie 1 have tn say except mid no was not only one ni Inlit was even ilt riarl II lilt I It fc i i M I in l TM ncfii i i eenied p vou wilh maam no nle ll 1lie blood j ennui lo ill you saiil the nord ingor irteU limn lluk re to liis teet in Ins Myru and VoiiMaiilinc V el nellli el ee ni 1 tn III ll U iourse 1 py in tiieir ei fl ninch m Kruiii i hadow crosed Illell hint and liilter eliia i you tine was brave and ecuie in and OM ned ibat he 1 i Im a employ nient ol lhe s Iiul think he had tliul i a dout Cine il it is und yet Hitit Imur to C ll InH your Captain Im not peril Had better Ton Iho i logo Let me A We have induced liim to llie liil my an Myra with an inleiiMiv ol I lie Knew that Ihe IltU ii one on that overcame all niiil renew the Ihu tell you i slant Ine exceeded hix loimei It would md 1 it nolii 1 i 1 d 1 i rl 1II iTIie lieluving in no live eneiiuh lo ill 1 r has lieeii vtiv Ilia i turn have no a btllle between ot is poor and be lias lost all and hitler enmity collteiltt ind ideatli to one at demanded eitch u ts lie be eitred for 1 Iho much loved in slioiild Iii by tin 1 i u Ke Lei us staiitine receiveil a the ol lhe Vliliilimin IiUUll an an Ilie desiring him lo Ntlo Illdged thill has A liu lost hisarm part in iho liv httv i my poor Tom ol tin amphilhcaer oiuan must surely Iv he a nuns of which are now called made a ici jo 1 1 nfl irriv eves wenlull of A refusal wuuld be i 1 o f and i hii i him his knightly and Ihe and an eye and subject him lo a hiiniili in and then said iIn wear a black itch all vvoin to can not lay her 1 it 1 U ide ut his lace where have said the Pagan cold blood 1 pray Tony O or blew him in no future but Ills lile loileil cut a tmpcrslitiou 1 the wili was granted the 1 in Tom how you the ghost of the dead vv could do then rex sho wits projiiluulis by the fltipemr human tllid lite ithy name he iiioice And he said 1 was to tell a she Ii before you came I th deal li ol one lieiielilted in t Unit Kit t The ship is lust ItMt only s Lives and niil and law that Ihon i penny in the world tho forced wilh out beloved All n IU n in v i isnt strong enough to the bereaved lelulive o who hitbeen wait tut S id But the d by ll li v why do you keep me speedily a ibiu iii tliy Curls i lace w tiele slie IjCt me lo lulu settling party or lull lie diMirniu nd Il l and 1 not to even women were 1 ir Dear Tom enrolled r the him at if you bave injury or Mixtaiiitng great I Turn in your heart I Come o nanl mv ri ti it lienie ready was concerned in 1 d pUai ran into he other of llie emperors mesage lhe of rod id ravs came out again wearing beloved although entered my heart and of th he and was not permitted me unto K tni 1 was the sailor llie iitime ol his on o taid i oi red wig and whiskers lay rightly judged It In be II the knight lo my lneii in nun pan v with than oiitiinlme wits mlo rublor r iiO hrt hat and an old pea Uonorus dinnum e a ile and on the hearth stood a challenge to deadly n vour new o lieerlnlly stalwart in a in the same from Nero to In his limbs The lirt i he upon ilid clear and his blue of took ran not light of th ii e e Ve m ml 1 t cried the musical voice thai she remembered so Forgive me for trying vou so forgive me all mv darling Iho future would lie In battle with tho now If Uonorus fell the honor of the unknown would ol course be Kie upon weapon isl that hat o muled Ihee A It rellected the sunshine of Iho Willinii Iony i lakei thoiHaiid d p Vn ill the for the if love and truth can make you happy f Tom dear Tom was itll is a sullicient introduction lo the brief story we have to The amphilhealer was my on love llui then f We love each O Cli impii 11 1 i i rit si ee And then he haJ her Koilian said it i n e l r 1 arms and their lips met in by the announcement shall lie no further e hiiir for any it that sealed the pardon of both coming The omperor snt in a seal reserved The crowd soon a i pi r or hold a Vinot one of i iio are afraid n went at III there i when lie the ke iarkes mule was some what astonished when he got up the next morning and saw Ih new inmate of the And three old bachelors and four widowers could look forward hopefully no longer for Parke was a grass widow no and seemed most provokingiy well satislied to lind these things thus us poor A r tennis Ward used to special He waeating and enjoying the unlicipa lion of the deadly as theatre goers enjoy tho cxpecla lion of tho coining Constantino was lirsl to He wns applauded by the as sembled Then came Both wore well clad in knightly which covered their loins and portions the leaving the breast ex posed to the treacherous of the history ol the three uud utter uppliiuding In they qui oily lloiiuniIell by his own when the resull wilt grnllf gelhrr st a jully Inlo apiHiari llie 1 told him he genllumitn Lei him pered n litn hull have t Tho Irishi tlio Vou wo Inijrr In In 1 Military under date of is found a note containing ibn identical first pravor in iiitnn Unal t nr I liroiiKlit to t fur thr pur lulling your riijlil to u f iicn u rK I over Hirers tn metl on in tlint Konienlwould admit ipling my piotumiiion foil Id rfiifcliiiUv MIC in lo vour to tln Uorld thai dd Diuinoiiil Sluddid and Silvnr il been prOMontinl f IM by orownexi ilily ul nd the dlsl lilt I nilcd lo dny during Sum Montifonorv nictiilird willing o in ui to allonl u u all In r ri IHIK to Killed if oi ii II inlmik Kidfrot Iliu with our ihoiMtiiid did lifil ol lielmti and I l n s tn IVl my A Bakwl I There is a Bible in Lucas coun which was preserved by baked in 11 loaf of belongs to u native of in i I It now li who is j formorlv This Ihe baked Bible property of liis who was a faithful During oiu one ul the seasons when the Roman Catholics were pcrsecut ung the Protestants in that coun at a was passed that every jliilde in the hands of the people Should be given up to the priests they might be Then those who loved llioir Bibles had to contrive different plans in or lo try and save the precious UI Wren the came cheek into her very dne the face of Tom Parke as her lov and erhusband twenty years I Dashei Was it any wonder that the Can1 any ton china remained there still un touched On the night of which I write Sinaked him in as civilly as he tnd gave him a chair liolore lhe llis ace wanearly covered by a lorcsl red hair and but in her she scarcely did you ga i that they husband dont vou like on said jder to try and save the precious tVllll il Mill Ill lI 1 111 1 r cant a heir to seo a round to search the it hap It iust ib ml killj pencil to be baking day Mrs u grandmother ol Is ho dead Tell mo lie She drew i Jiti o and sank hack into her the wrapped it carefully r lips j and put it in the centre ot present just pre pared a great batch of when she heard that the priests breath I were coming she took her prec lacl into h liv faint Parke sat alone in her kitch if 1 it said the with a The Captain lie says to me You go and find her and loll her so and so for 12ut il you hear as howslies or likely to aloni of inv not heaving in sifht listening to the singing and soughing of the rising among the mapletrees and all these then orchard on the garden There just keep your tongue in your head and sheer oil as fast as you before youmake any mis hearth a bright blaze snapped j chief for Them was the Capiains very and I more than half expected to have lo go back und leave my errand as it But you look as if you liked the Captain my soul vou do Like him said with an indignant Why shouldnt What do you mean Isnt be my own luisiiand Who has a better riglit to like as you call thnn I f Right vou maam said the And glad enough am I to have such good news to take back to the and much to the con tentand pleasure of the old tabby cat curled up in a heap be fore with her kitten for a pil The firelight danced and flickered in every nook and cor ner of the showing the china behind the glass doors of the cupboard the six Windsor chairs and the oaken with its cloth and tray neatly folded on the top it sparkled on the open workbos that stood on the little sewingstand by the and gilded the red peppers hanging in strings above the More than it shone fairly and broadly on the widow her self as she sat looking thou slit full v into the and showed a woman of bux om and with deep gray eyes and soft brown a beam goodtempered and vet a month that closed somewhat firmly in spite of the ripe red lips and their fresh Not a bad looking by any You how be handsome and knew just pretty you and lie was afraid that you uuglit have a pruJse against on account of when you were both too yonnj to know nny And so tie says to says if you find she has a kind look or word mo tell her I behaved lik brute to ber in tho old but if shell only forgive me for and take me back 111 d iko a huge which was to fill her largest bread and stowed it away in the oven and baked The priesis came and searched the house carefully but they did not find the UoTto A Detroit Sixth street landlord warned a dUagreeabe tenant out of one of his houses the other day and the tenant replied that he would be out by a Two or three days after the time had expired the landlord and finding that no move had been made toward he exclaimed Here 1 thought you agreed to be out here last Tuesday camly replied the but everywhere I went they wanted a months rent in ad and I guess Ill have to stav here all summer if 1 don t nnil a lost pocketbook or strike some one money who wants to lend When a Vicksbarg negro wo was informed the day by a reVrter of the Herald of that city that the price of sea had increased fifteen per lions i during the present she elevated her bands and ei claimed Laud only knoirs what is to become of paorfolks Seems zif de more we worked de oftener de white folks go and m de price on de nessumsanes of r s KIMI Your Uvor ol mlid lo me thin morn It well known thai I VM World with imlion lo ruin Kvrry o Wit IIIK to iviluod par i not only Iml i iiwinloi inn Hiuvl to wilh one and for Very or lhe combatunls boivrd re tired gfvcriil ants onored clubs ol wood but were by Swords were then furnished them and the combatants wore worn to fight uutil Onsluiitiite scanned the prrat expanse of eager in siarch of Myrus niucTi loved was not Noting Ilio ac smiled bitterly hut he was The wan loiif Iuri tomeiimes ooiiiflimeH the had the They were evenly Ihe po longed shouta of the spectnlors were deafening to the The emperors interest was He waved his commanding silence and At length Constantino from a Ihriist of his Then the plaudits of the spec were restrained no With his lout upon the neck of Honorus looked tri umpbantly His enemys he knew was in tho hands of the The wound was hut merely to cause his backward fall but lion orns dared nul make another thrust at the prostrate form with out permission from the specta If they desired that he should they would clasp their thumbs If H was tlioir desire that Constantino should die they would hold Ilieir linger and thumb toward the fallen The signs were Then Nero caused the heralds to proclaim that the wound of th fallen should be tended and if he was sufficiently that he should give attle to the victor of the coming engagement between Uonorus and the un made ly the Jacob a ceiitleman of greal Here it historical curiosity our heavenly high and mighty KiriK of and Lord of who dost from thy throne behold all tho dwel I ITS of the und reignem with power supreme and uncon Irulled over all Empires und idvornniuuts look down in we boeoch on these American who lied to Thee from the rod of the and thrown them selves on thy gracious deiirinf to bo henceforth depend ent only on To Thee they have appeared lor Iho righteous ness ol their can so to Thee do they now look lor that counte and support which Thou alone ransl Take heavenly un der Thy nurturing Give them wisdom in council and val or in the Defeat malic ions designs of our adversaries convince them of the unrigbtonn of their caurfo and if they still in sanguinary pur Oh let ijm voice of Tniiie own unerring sounding in their constrain them to drop Urn weapons of war from their unnerved hands in the day ol Be Thou O tiod of and direct Ihe councils of this honorable assem Enable them to settle things on the best and surest founda that the scenes of blood may be speedily and and peace may be ef fectually and truth and religion and piety prevail and llotirish amongst thy Preserve the health of their bod ies and the vigor of their shower down upon them and the millions they here represent such temporal blessings as Thou seest expedient for them in this known After a brief the trumfhiswe pet sounded anil tlie stranthrouh lhe merju of To the surprise of Thv So our and crown them with everlasting glory in the world to All in the name and it was a woman Her snowy breast was bare to the onslaught ol Ihe enemys Uer face and the rest of her body were enveloped in shin ing which added to the grace and beaty of her cried trem bling He knew she could be no The female knight bowed her hex in token of assent then took up ber weapon and bade him prepare to I can not fight wilh he I love Thy Araen now naid the will you be kind enough to tell the jury whether your hnsband was in the halrit of striking you with impunity Wid sir T Wilh impuni He now and bnt he struck me oflener with A darkey called at the other and wanted to Does dis poclorfit keep antelopes Hail Him niimljcr of nen wore dining a fuw ion of the KmttraM and c tiled for din landlord appeared und ill oil Id dine when tho wro dime line with whw if lhe and we nio fun with an took his neat ut i not b irn in said I WBH born in Is your father living I sir hi IK dead is your f Did your father ever cheat any oni while here f1 I he cheated Where do you suppose he wont to f To Hat he cheattd anyone then Ho cheated 1 Why did they not prosecute him i Because ther searched the whole kingdom of and couldnt tind a Thin last answer xpoiled lhe whole of the fun in the estima tion of the limb of Ihe At Kythere u a colored boy wbo hai had a lull load of 4 bird discharged at his itntnge lo Ihe shut were hurled axainit party with such violence to wound him in several Not 10 much u wen a dent could be detected on Smiths altbouch the hot struck him in several for a a named Uroy was allowed to hit him across the forehead with a baseball bnt the boy was hardly stagger ed by the ami uow wants to know ii any is got an y mo to gib The hi a correspondent in the Country says of the known ta the in and concerning which there U a wide difference of opin ion It not properly a but an inflamed condi tion of the attending den It is inhuman to burn them out an some monsters A little and extra ore it all that is needed in most We may add that the borne should have cot and ground A benpeeked gentleman deter mined to sup with a party of friends against the will of bis He was resolved that and she that he should not His missed jmt for invaded where they found him and bis wife sitting in their chain fart He had her an opiate that he might slip and sae bad him that be might   

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