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   Wisconsin Messenger, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1856, Delavan, Wisconsin                               T BUSHED lil to BAKIH, DOTY CO. Volume 1. Number 14. DELAYAIST, R'26; 1856.' Terms, per Annum. Till! .11 litter. A lid'! i-Vl.il V mi'i'V fo. J. CAKCB and Win. M. DOTV, nrnl ii-hiiK ntiit'ltii. il in if! vii fi> Jtmt ;1( tin- '-.xjiimtio't ,.f ..r urnt-ii-htilt' nt tii.....n! MI- i t f y.-ur. Sl'Ki-Ml .NVn. N- ..i.H...'- ,1. J-.-TV. Business Directory. MI: rrsTI'tK .h.. JU..I V.-r.-i-iii-irv l-.l-iik lli.'i-l. '.'If SIMMIMKH. I ATT 'liM-V A l.InKNSKI.I.nl: n. Xt'tarv I'ul.iic. i'.-i.iv.i.i. H i-.' _ .___..I A. II. j i'Mi-i'1. IM.oiiu. '.v... {ill" Tilt) .Slowly, I'y inn fin-inn in train, K i t.! 11 L; e ver ns t} i e v   mo; but his hornc inu-.t switnminirlv. or lie here." Stephen drew a minute, but alas! in tho verv for a hr.Mkfast, tind, 1 suppose, half your'din'- but did not attempt to speak, and Miss part, ihe i'.rd. I on n Irei L'sn't! ner and- supper 'too.7' Somervillo continued Mv tat'ior savs til- hit. of' which rested a h, il. was; that' ca.n- ;v ti repulsive month, it is t-n lame': Laecu E.. "Then Abbv the _ never have tiny dinnor.. nor any sup- j thtil wlieu by vour work per. orly said tlio' child, fairly rarne..! the puiv.htise i-.ly but not. murn'iurir.g. to be No nn-.l- scai'eelv ever ar.r .V-'V t'l't'.y f.-x.-iaitn s.r.rpcr, and Vet y.'t; the .loo- haif- iti.'fmriiiid v. while even' dt'tifi vt.ur 't.'i.Mt- must, not lie. 1 seemed t.o br.w. i'i-; sO' sironc-.. of tobaceO' srn'okcv as Out of I lie 1'iivcru. Dili "I Hie Slf'ppL'll Si.rvt.'t. yuii i-tiiiel.t in a bail plight: she guts, lobticco smoke 'is disgiistii'-.._r I stood and listetn.td to the eoiivoi-s.il.ioii, te> her. .13 sure, as 1 am and ere long made, out thai. Uic-.y. were j hli-roj' -I.' eould' not live in; ;i houso. wTiich about 7S'e'i.1 CSrui.ien', then it kneiv it must have been "Nod wl-iora I met in the doyrway, and 1 was from tvlmt 1 heard, that Nud utiid liis wife) lived unhappily together, and tlio surprised mo not a little. If T" Abby inailc n-n nn- feel' better 1 likii to tlie .man t'iip to '-thu. and tin yon iitivo i sl.'ne. Over f roll.-.l. Holm ino'n.-'.v the- ;r..-. u.-rdid we ris-? imlil ft.irlv rd ,'Vom hotid to Stephen. I need not .jcsOriU? of 'fbis j j aid. or l-ie IIKTI: ,f t Irt- O. wtis she en. l.-.'lievcd tl.it I li.tj tJled from mere tnv rival   Miyseif. i knew liitit Nod hiijipy one, will, riot; allow' it.'. Now'. think of'H; was a iiiilo nl fc'lloiv, hiivu tliiil, sliould in ct.'iil.'i i t.his? T c.nild l.tiink. yf li'dl' U.'IS M> I! A "I I l'.v 'lis vny ipic-er lisjtnv ycui vul, i.-i is Hlr.lt.. Did as v.'ii 'iis a horrible f.lM'.'.'.dTI'ltCI: ill iVJ I..Mlli.-i "I' Hiu Kttcli "t tin; la as ilruiik tin a Innt. 4 TTOHNKV i.n.l i.t l..uv ittul uillci'In All is mm-, il N'i'M' Mutlu si'lutvly I I AV Cl.i-.rl.-P-l Ili.Mi.T 1.'., il.li. 111.' I.V.vril f 'f.-Jiil I. ''-I in TI.... K. I'-.-.. i'i i crudil l.lic Lrirtli 1 1 fruuii.I think .of vutir wife -wi'tly. u dslioato friimc. a more scnsii'ive, I h.'in' is! into her ki-t.clten tlirl-y and i' it ace of ol-J- and1 "true sfif-aud gtixecl .on the hiippv cbupl'e, 1, pondered .-.ipon that, straiigo.ele-. J-vumaiV na-turo which .will make snieido ''why nf .death lleranso I would, f. think yro, I'm .l'd: 'ratlior .strove in utter. .11 Ji.s iisvial l.i isli form sec-nit1..! to expti j'litil ni-jrhi p.-i.jk.'-i yp :iTni ruii t'.wav. !..'vish as he.lrew with the liro and irsitat.st. iiiisery and' iltoOord more and n.iove. ratli- jf paralysed, and' then ti happy thought, e.i'.-lliari bow uno'duijrjc.t.T.'sin'ip'r-.! reason. tn for.his iitdi! cheek be- kni.Mv.'ne'd never-be iiapf.y i proud consciousness llitil, lio make i lion which il had receded .-uid and: if he w.ls.bitried, nobody could beat, iiimself worthy of liis hire. 'Xeed it be j Hie to n Jol .said that- Somorvillu's ttpptirent jiur- lo letter i-c.-uils ih.-.n stwh T..-UC. .but. suppose T buy him my- chase -of llio dog was merely a wish to i irr.'gniariti.-s. 1 went lo ascertain wli.'lher. wiih his ete.-.p atiection j wii.jvc L f.y.ind an um-lo. a kitvi for the liltK- cre.-iturr, had j e-hildiess m.-tn. ciadlv yavo mo n moment as lig dani'e-s ue.rry j In sliort, I bctgan to d of what 1 had heard. On tin1 very next dt iVi'J lived, and called i him in his barn, and he was glad.-lo'seo mo, r.nd after a while his joy iucro.as.od beyond all thoiiirhl of care and tronbje. "And how is" I' .uskfjit, affcr out clouds- j deep I wli-icli is enough .to -know thti-t 'hi :l.lia.t'' at least, the demon of discord .had been nncl inaku. her, liea'd. iiehi.c. irion; too: Slic knows thiit yon are aw.ire. of iii -Iiiin. :f found i her she litis ;tuld tlu.jri to you we had conversed mi ictf. mi various other top- IFi.s counteiiariC') fell in a mometit, but, T eon Id Hue that he was I'.idf. hi.s I'i'ii! fv.ulinjjs iVu struggling to she's hn replied at length. "She'll b" fjlad t.) sei: y hi a iilih1 while t. nd when I saw .Abby Klriivk; h i.i'." wtind oil." i.'ii! to tho house, 1! was tit first. ms tiiat a hundnxl times. 'When, yoit .ire _, sho seos the pipes hor shi'.lf. With aii.ncliing ;hciitl and son! she.. at kiiows that she pass t'.hitinigl'. ii-ie' ag.iin. She; is not is.l.iuf, ;v p.-iasion and wrought lip bv .to- bacco she takes .th'p-'fTll.Ky ii'bomiiial.ioii; and breaks it .it; :oiicc'.-'-r .Now, tel-1' nip truly, -K'ed isn'-t till tin's f.lte resivl t of yoiir looked-' tlow-n-.-itpo'n'llio barn Vmor, ex'oreisp.l l.iy'.i very of re; frf'aw. .Thq.-siin sb.ono brightly -tliroiiirli the windows whore ancient, erast, and. tit-ins ofmiiny. gorge'-ius on t-.te floor, Irke. a shattered with faint -color, and hit- nvc as. lie-.oagiM-lv "V.'oidd you please, buv nu; instead, liny 3-011, child! 'How If you would but buy m.i, sir, er would have the money, all same, and I could work, sir, though 1 look but himself up to his full height, and giving firmer swell to chest. "I could weed, and run run vetry last, sir. 1 could tend 'the; cows, and do. ninny, thinirs for the money: but ..Carlo, couldn't do-'notli- iug, you. know, sir.1' considered." paid Mr. I anxiously you have desire.l this. Scmion i'le'. smiling; 'valid as to your i sommi-htit suniris.ed. as by mv own lkio.nl. strength of mind. U> lhat-! in his house. me whieh was sodetir to ijim. on tiie prinei- i his M'o.iilh iijum hint. pie, of love and duty to his m I j I lu'eam.i his How proud, how .very was Sl.e- j resided four years on iho Ceinttn.-nt, uvl phen when lie, once more. bpforoifr. linaily returnc.l to ri.-li.i-.Jncm- Somervi'-le, in tho s.inic room where lie short but m.trrioJ. had endured tho iitMt groat trial of his I One ttvcriiitig jvt a M young life! Proud, yet. trratofnl, .is he counted, out ench bright shilling. tip tho ro-purchrtso of tlio fond little creature that had always been brother to him." said AIY. -Somervilie, Uljr mtirkabl.; I, -.inly an.J high tonnl si. in indic.tU.vl a min.l   ,V IIK.'n.'SWA V. I'll clinili tin' ptiliu I'.n li.r it'.-l., K'l-.l I'll t.. ik-i'k tl.y lintibtt.; I'll ill.' CM.-uri's its j liable ii. iln'c t'niit'li ,'iiiiii'. i li-1" i tNi-x.-a i.- c.-ilin ilu' U M I' "f .slu.tild luviri-i1 tinoi lu-r dav, I Sti'i-iiw in.'iv arise HIM! Unx- ilurav. nl -...IV -.tl.-iili--" "f .n.'.l .li-.t......f i.i..... i a..-lt. -..I. ..r I :.t I'-.riU I l> 111! in' 1........i. -..itie h-isl r..r me. as of old, and I'h i> stum- old lire. sparkted 'wil-h It was now in the forenoon, and they my pipe, .lust to, .1 be. Mud d "'I'licn by in-) had been ivroii'jflit in h-T l .-ln.it M" -yon would., drop -that', on Hhi' had grown older, to be sure, but; restorn lli.'ii she looked twenty years old'-r than v.'hen !ia-l last seen her In-fore. It iplirtjil bill tl 1110 10 Sec lhat there; wns dtllic.ii'lty At li'iiirlli, al'titr Al'liy had got warmed up, she was as kind and gcitiitd sml, ti >wn in thai out se if. tiieu f-iigi-iiveii. risi-it fell, or.-a.-s gerns in '.work-, my.d-.oy, wt: will sees'if wr- can'liud I dilations, you iiiisrht, have m.-ide ti ntueh j 15m we 1 plti.yi'ni. mood- by- fairy: employ mentTor yoi; by', and by: but at earli.-r i bright in i' put sUmn iho'dog, and j u I alivnvs gave moiiu'r half of ev-.-rv j her (ianeed. lig'iiiy in j leave hiiti'wh.ii me; i week's payV' said t.h" bov, as if! htv! w e.i.ik wl-.icir'i'o'rme..: the of 'ing ti, sovereign ili'.i wiiat'i fcarftii of bitmie. it'would the genera! si t i; 11 wili-tlo your lUo-Jie- sorvicc t'.ian bn wieked 1.1 take all and i I: llion'Lrlil. it would j be. wicked to take all for' tin ii'ithiny; tor mother.'7 s-'.oo-! pal.-.and still tis Wi-v mv bov. j .O-nty tiyersion' t.i'lu'iViiiej- a shall "Why, if you musi, sniol.e in wintor, li'.i. y.'Hir smoke go whore y.iir make n-l-li Stick would iiol listitn to my away 'that i yoar hetuf. in.to the fireplace llitil tlie.v had av. Abby assiir. d me room for true friends, and' declared ll.ui-l I sh'iilld not. -escape her HO easily as Lo come and on l-he same, day. 1 had no partietil.il business to. call nuv away, and as soon as 1 was assured '-.il.hnt' I should liave a pleasant' visit, 1 agreed to stop. 'I'hi! aiii'riionn .1 spent with Sed the trout brook, and the. evening we sent, at home. fairly smiled.'' "I'm in added, "Ilir I eaii assure you your pipe is olleusive .to tu'rbed bj' appc'tils to him as a uiagistrtite and yet, al'.rho same time, 'no oho eould 'o favorite closer and e-.io.scr in his arms: I last. these shillings f sliall tlie rtiiimal, as if eon- Imt you shall tak.t out a o-iiiitry. par ha.l r-'pi-riy. sin; now t. in ihtu eil_v. with for v.-n to hn'tf n break-I h-.-r grace attd relincnwin. ,tf scions nesU.-J.liis s hc.-ul' in tliu bi'isom of with a .bn.more. tenacious, of the po.wpr and digT j low wailing cry of distress. your wife, as.- Ihe- sinokp of .burning renting nity .i.ppendiug-; to the and wbile endeavoring to: impniss on'; the: mind of the enlprit a due rospfe I. for: justice! and law, be >ieidoni failed to insul. sr.it.- ablei regarii for. tlio justice as n tiiaii.i- iit a me.'st iuxrrioiis chair, -with lie low .'oti.otittm. "XVme, takp-up said Mr. Rom- pointing, tn i.lic sovi.'feign nnd tell your mother not. tV.r-'that for burst forth from the, oil ill he pushed- the coin .itir tuvtty'froi.ii him. O, diM-r it' it must be, let it be ut a y-mr nvii.licr, and toll her from mo, my boy, that she is richiT in having you tor a son llian 1 svni wiin .ill the wealth you see around mo." w.-is uisliiigiiisltcd success vitli far Crossiu? i.'tc Ford. .1 life by running away from i anv. sphere than Uuu wtiiwti bj hnvo allotted her. I am H noitlior laikative nor prone but there was in ihis that which inspire.! U.tli. nnd I hvr ;i_s I never t'jlyou.''' 'Hiit- aak yon-etiin'1'ii.'tty I risnii, I -for I'.xid, for wiiie, iee which is-; absolutely to I .iud: too, when lit .r.oidd be U'l.i'ii lir.-l 'Ii.- l.y I'IIIIM.I. 1> MII.I I'rinl.-.-. 1 I'nl-li-li.-ri "'UK l 'nr SJtlul." til e l.'tin; nu.l llnir i; i two s'.Hils, tni.i tht'.t. they ought l.j'j lu.iiise. A nd (.'.erf-ani'lv yc'ii i live liappilv tognt.he-ri And L kni.w a person to be, v.lu-n '..ii'ty (lint, they did not. Awake, to every to i lie the it.- mv ii.Ui.'.-.: ini'l u.....I'-il -I. j nn r. fn-.'.i'S .v 1 tin.! 'ill I- I lil" OMlMS III Wlii'.u I went to bed t'linil mane, lip j till -roiHCi'lii-J'-.si'mply byyctir' takii.ig'your mv mind tl.at .Ved an..! his v.'ife. wercj pipe out 'of '.kiors, -or.-- into winnF hi.inse. A tie.l yc'ii ;i to be i.iiey si-r', (.Ir.'iBcy "Norton's little .-iiiieidy .across the, room to' where Miss tire: eniitiniiaHyv unhappy... jS'ow--' mark'' .him to wp'Lo't.he I S.nivrviilc was placed tlie (iofi'tmean''to say. hoiis.e' the life, .'m lew. gray -locks, which -still 'shaded to jusf fallen into a'liglil. slniiiber, wlfOil.Uw.-d6i.il- opened, -and a voice startled liii.o. sav- Ii ;e.t: h'fo of.', my not for that er.t.-K line. lioile-.au. we Uil-.l, was drivon into his ctrreer by iho hand ol fate and the. peck of a turkey. At-tilti started in life with no oilier-cause and cupitnl than tin o'd sword, which h.; wtis adroit Her pie.-tioa.; i-anVxis tor the divine, w eapon trics with which I was aivmarkab ki ijig t.-t.-irs. eiitised each oilier down liis Mttrs. and owetd !iis political land. I. sunken.cheeks-uhilc he. Inii. l'ir> i t-arocr to welliim; his stockiliifs. atid liiere soon br-usiiod thorn, hastily awtiy, and heard the words whieli wiiieii 'then a.s ii'-g.-ilhorinu; his strpiv-'th I his soul, and eli.'ierniine.l his eourso he walked i'i lite. i--. ni- ..tri v. n- I l.-v.-. .-I..M- .ni-l Win--. Klili-i. lil.-.-.i.li.-; l'1-..-.l Kniil.', -.i.i't..... ,v.-.. IMnn.r.. i-. >i ii. OKKI.-K. XOIITH w I.-..- liiii-.l liiil'v'- sun-.'. Iti-si.l.-Mi.v v i TT 1 1 r r" I IV t k !l l.U t IT 'V I 4 l> 1' A.M I Ll A t I. .....__'.___' SVI.VAN'irS C'vHill. .Ill, asked. Once in a wail.- the.re in.n- in; a "liotisi'holil u iicro the fault i  im met a niiin coming out whoso cejimlo- iine-e t.i (In- M'.-IS familiar. I to piixscil on witlioiil. notieing me. ani.1 I went into tho store. .Kor some lime my IIIIIK! was luisy trying to recall tho faco .1 limt. just sei'it, bnl tiro I eould solve tho my allention was culled to si conversation which wiw .'inionif a initiilxir of and motion J had seen enough assure, me lliat lliov wero.miserab.es at limes. J coul.J irt'.nsf.-ile every- look, kni'.iv ivlial it. inciint. I know.all the wiiile how Xed's tlioiiglrls were running while wtis silently wishing that liis wife would ahvtiv.-i he as good asshe wtis then. And T could read Abby's every thoue-lit. while sin', wtis wishint; tli.it her liomi) might ever oe ple.'istmt.. Tliere wa.> only one disagreeable tiling it! the house.' to nn1, and that was the. slouch fohtu'co thai, per--! minnU.-s 1 vnded every t Ibi'C'.'d te: sit at the window .some time bel'ii'i: feliring. On llic following morning, after break- fast., 1. ivont out with A'ed to tlio bar.n, nnd I resolved to ask him the ..puwtipn are. alouo iii'the -but 1 ask. -you: .Uo you love Abby gi-i n little, eomt'ort or evil habit, fur her real Ned.ho.tii't.il'jd. -f-.fi.1.. .twice., made up. liis mouth to speak before, he, I'nado But; its a nipe- ylrunsrro. -to your he 'But this 'is almost, ihiisteonio again'i'.o- .1. f-anno.'; be so-.b'rukeiriu upon d-.iri-tig. tiie. hours.ynsiness leaves for- repose; no, him hiv-iniist'conio. let eioiiio; ih ttr.d ti-child of f.e'i ye-.ip's in- ,.'to l-he-room. fin-in and. v n'.nuing away from home i th from a minor iiiortilicalii.il. r'aiisyd We pp-gri'sscJ in iitliniaov. mi.l as our itiraed causes man to l.-avo wt- remtirked, Uuit I owed my own irnurU falling willi a pretty ii.-id .vtir.-.'iy words, oro itioimted lo and stteee.'de.l by :i n'liiarkiibl..-. liiis to li.e <-f th her lap. and in tr hoarso with omo- tioii.iilniost: comr'ort both re-garflcd lyith little more tha lady., when I am and rushed friendship, pretty Helen Uraham. of the vooiii, letaviiig llie price, of his sa- eririiXi-be.hiiiei-iiiiii. cle.lest girl'7 at school. We iv ..i.-inced toe-ether..till.! this lasteci for sin.-h nur '.oo'.l and wino wore sort from the i a length of time, that it is with i'se. without delay, for the use of the. hi.-k faithfully and "Not, only oO'e.ns've. bitt it is shmnlten ehe.'.ek a sari -wtmi, i l.eiidv.rly did llie yoiinij.- '.bov keep'walch ty injiri'ioiis. ivil.hou't. hc-tidtiehe. if it.. i'-'.vi'.n mycl'tiiti- j 'f-e' but. :l-at -liiugtb- bee.ti-r'ie- sodis- roug of it that 1 wtis j guste'il'with'the. stench xvh-ie.ltV'-pe.rvride'id my. moreover, i found my wife opposed lay u i a painful force.. I. had ihe best oj' for :I Ije'.ieved t. tip. .Her mere fussing about--, ilie. wmuke .would -never I'i ad t no.t been assured that wa-s: rotillv imiioyoil it.. ..A nd surely, 1. if my wii'e.UHist sttiy in the house I eould lie.Ip' him.' Alore'ovc'r, we' used ly .all .if-hef place (if:  y fob to be most intimtitis, and .1 knew would in.il lain; oli-.sne-o; -so i broneliod the matter. "Keel, you will excuse, mo, but I must ask you a llu looked at mo uneasily, as though lie kuuji what w.-is comitig. liffii'..! SOIIKJ sf.rang.: stories in on nourishing t'ood. aiid'-'h-is' sct'.nt vet., j ovof ttinl ttdminister clear.-- eldl.Hi-ig -i'-.j.spoiii.: a-- loiig fr...m time 1.0 time l.iie restortitives ho had In.'yisli bosom. blew it mtu ,-i eonsu- t.inee; bitl.'his.-fnil, in- sei painiviHy but no I: a morse) -ming il.-ime. eye, ,'tuid' I'i rni'.- of't-lia-t .food co.iiid' lie tasti-. himself; it' .1 re.ine.mbor li.isv and wlien spirit -.within, e'apable..of Hie ctires life, -htul -'been lanhfitii-. pric.i) of till tliat had given''a -eti.-irm' to his simplti. life. ..-.Not :i h'.iw'jyf'i-.. reached that mother's 'car, not Si-niiM-viHe, sig.-i lii'et. her whieb ooiild 'betniy I'etiniMg baekhi bis j'that-Ire'had ptirted -with till his posses- i.'oot.- I.etir' upon the one already si. >n i'or- her' bnt as. returning a'-, what- say .the, guardians.'? tlmv '.-i-Hovv vour iiiol.bor (hir- gral'if'y a. i-iii-.ki) hi-r sufiiji-..') fill Unit stood by hk sidh. used af'ii.'i; siiiojio out .vf'.loors, l.-ut'it -was not' 'td by ctirryiiiij a preltv D.intfl'.l aii'.l mvso.lf were I friends, nt, fourteen years of age, anil we! dei.-dls of tn'v Kntl, tnrc w'ith ifek-n in glowing colors llic W.-tulv timial'iiil.y of my love. Her miill] during tho recital almost tiT.tpressible. At llie conclusion she. remarked Mr. is it that f g.-ii'ed for TlK1 with whom f luiiI was ttc-l-n -J hat--, atid s.i. vou. le-ssly a >torv. wer-j Aiitn mar.icd Lcien :un! our lour t-> ..Id As it in our earriau--. a of bewilderment that F looS hack upon tho mystery, of two', lovers IViemU. Hut tho lime eanie, as. como it must... when jcaluiisy. lit spark in my the perpetrate..! this iiicen- viiary dned. lt was on a cold October evening, when Helen, Dunald ;md mv- self were retiiriring with our parents froiii a noighbonng hamlet. ;Vs wo ed a .fe.r.1 where th.; wai.er ran somewhat j workiu- in who imw'or ot began higher thtiti anclt; prepiiii'd to I U; bi-tu-r sort of laUux-r a saw tliat, .the .smile, 'tin: Carry. Ifclcn across, as wo woiv. aecus- small bv inotiirin" s-ml intticu- or.his hetii-r, wtis gone. !Iis time, toined to d..i with hands inti-rwovi.-n I about wi' hi-: his strength, .was j cliair Unis OMrriw: our protty .s-.vrred w.is (o 1 'lo but -when') 'wa-i t'ie over tluj brook.. Just tvs w, UK- laue-h, ''f.h-- i in ilu- ..if the bors came in, ixnil, our conversation. of the stores day before vesUirdiiy, and rnnitiiaed to and 1 must know Ihe the.m. i etali on iheiii agttm be.foiv, 1. lel'i, luv ml vii-inilv that (I.ey ln-.v .1 a .tol, Il titi tht: c-.juisiU' tu ti t'u-st. .-tn.l I' Mice, am! they art: All kimU of wni-k in who on soims jiml bfirrek in one of tho t.le.re. know wnnUI'iit suspect sticfi ti lo 1'M.ik at him." said a e.lried tip mini, who smoking a ''but its ii t liinl it from liis m-xl door VM. (Mtlivls, .inlls of i aclnallv kicked his wife .filuuks, iVc., tVt., i days ago.' v.'ill rii iln: j "O, I hey livo dreti'ul .ehiirt- .._ -vj-fj.. n-' w.ho ro- -i.il luiti'l'-d me an old cider barrel atvi......; j ;'.N'ed beats iier and kicks her i.lie; worst in ..in..--, Ono day wheti I uas there -lo t: I.1, v. >-'d je.-.! goii.: int." dinner i Hi'- of' J'H. know you will, pardon .ma, for I assura you .i have only :i mo.tiv.; in asking." 'i'horeupoii I went on and told him wli.it -I had heard. Ned h'okod like one stricken. ".Ami lias if. conio lo lie uttered, cliispitig liis hands. "'I'o I askeel, fearing ho was otlendcd liccan.so I had s'pnlicu of it. "To be talked 'of jniblicly ho answered. has, I said as kindly as I could, lit tho same time taking "And now you must tell me- all. You nu.! Abby we.ro oneo my- best ami when you won; married t t'olt sure town. I did so at- the expiration, of a. I then w.ilkeid1. oiit to Ned's place, and got tlicr'o- jus.t.afteir .imcl I- foiiiid li-iiu o.it yii ih.) sin.Okiiigl'. uttered, "liavfr you .inovud. your say. a replied, while, ti de.wy riioisluro gathered in his "I. luivii't smokbd in siiice'.7' "And- AbbyT': i said; "1 ..told her'that vory t iliiii, if slie'd nnvor speak a cires.s word to mo would never .allow- to-.ho smoked in our ho-.tso." '.'Atii'l wli.it she say "She looked me, in moment .then sho jiiirst out hilly checking tlie tears gtUhariiii; 'i'.i .iiis-.eve-s, did th'e.v. .giv.; itul'Ml my aiid cried in iho slvlu: noiiald. moil, dinsia yu'r old iitati a-ok'-d in was Dvnal.i -an. His arruuetiMttt T i i ;it- .-ii.ijear.-ine.: V.MS l.r.i, I say they bis .j.b'yinlnes.s, tfic sliarer o! oud and eu nity i.imes.uc-oss th.j brook uro now, si.vl..; it was wilii .1HR- only tiling, save lic.rsolf, thtit i without .-emotion, but this 1.- nt it. -was liot' con vei lien t, an'd :l" said1 Hie ji-.iiu.iig'-lorward.. I frolic: ll--1. war in, bright "'hope, that j i-o! i al, Uiut time, to Ij.ivo gi't-iilual-ly gave 'sii.v'. i'e-j eveti Cold "could., never hiiu; like ..-nt uf bovs .fust .-vt t-iiis of llie' neigli- a.oroken bill', man- j chill'' A where '.iShfl wondered nn-.l I iiin-.lv L .1... liiir'w thitt the compan- iittdi.'iisy mv he.irt. it ion iif'his ivttr.derings, the of was j knew not, for w.; Jitid carried Ilel- that1, were fits t l: 'Ti.s little. and the woKTs-burst. Ibrtlr'iii'. sob.. liad Cai'lu to do y.'iih 'I'liev rotiirn'oi.1 rtiising his if'to ti.sk lorsympalliy f rev. n the. fair1 von ng-girl, who Ix: biiiMvitli. sonio degree of in- sav. they can't give noth- .jnejito- motlier whilo ,we keep .and -.igitin lie sl.oopoe.l to i.nect '.tlio caresses of j liv .had to love, the1 ...iily tiling, i.hivl. loved gone. Too weak, lislless, and alnii'istBCus'.'ic'ss to all around, sho litid iii-if.'al first noticed Ihe still, loneliness of the pale, spiritless bov.nt bar Day by day. the. ulibek of poor .Stephen you woule.1 lii's ,'H.' as eonld Now -crying.; :Sho .hiing.: .iiround iiivr.; what Ihis to'd me; begged "Aliis, wo aro not ho groaned, "I liuvo put hur.oiit of the huuse. once.; und oncu 1 shut Kc.r up. Cut O, if you could only hear her loiigue.' My (.i-oij, how I have siillcrcil "Hutsureilyi iiinst Ixi some cntwtv this. I know that ..Abby is not iiialignant by -nature. -Now'loll .mo nil. mo what caused your "Why, I'll tell Tiio first' ditli- cuity ive: ever had was about my Slio was'ht, going to lot mo smoke in'thb his little the .very trite yo.i inUst ,'ptvt .away the doer. ptirisli cannot lie, (v pay. .for I dogs.-''-'- iievefie.ats nothing.. mother's said "the "'tis sho: gives to IIKS- lo. fo.rgiyp; lu-id "Ah, tho .eats wluit a regular sceiici ..By tlio powers, ihe's you ought, .try h.ivty .and w-hat your nioth- imprpvod should ihiuk sho improved mo.in in. hc.iltlrand iooks. vShe a head ache When I: ill I found Abbv.sinir- .or can .btiroly. .sparo.. vo iiinst part w.itii. I.Iic d'Og, 'without ndoul.it; fuirliaps you ton Id. sel r.it is a-prut- ty lillic. aiid the moii6y .would thon buy brcu.d.foryoiir mothor.7': llic jwor now in .his arms, ing. as, .a' 'When Ibiii.Uy.te, his bre.asi, l.nil Hiuvinc sho her towel and -.start-, .stiiil not ii. f i-o-to eon- thuxight or faneied Helen c-ave Duiiatd an undue prcforcnco by e.-vstini; her pivt- .ty arm ar..nmd his neek slcad- ied by holding the cult uf inv jacket.' Xo tltime e.in litirn so rjiiiekK-, or vvii.l him ti> wur cuity that we ..mil. I iitdu oiircjirriage and ausxvfr ;is old friends. men "sttsrt in ways. I beiiev.-. howf-vcr, iluH luiiK tho only in.st.-ineo on rf a becaine paio and inorc tVom his so liulo- funl, ILS iealousy. Keforu we :ltl'' vigils by his mother's bedside, j reaehod. the bank, L 'was S1'1 l" a aiid the hunger that would not appease, I wisliing Donald at the -buttftin of ili.: iUolf at so costly a. price ;'whisn, "one eve- sea." Hei'tig natnr.iliv iinpeluns I bui-st niiigi just as the sky was Oocnonina-ia- outwitli: THE CI..MMS OF first iiigj just as the sky was diicponing-iu- Koljcrgmy. of thu ijoor, ajar, was snu to which had left. ptished'open, and Carlo-with one bound wtisat his master's .feet. The fund atid.'sofU'tiod toiie of Stephen soon restored tho attached aniiu.il .to his' form- er joycHis but hov's tears, so lung now toll, inichee.koil, till, as .1 sii.'idoyv. cmssoil: thi) t.hr.wbold, iind iig in the doorway; Stephen '''g spoiik o.ne 'r'.l.toiieliiiig tlio joyful turn .tillairs liacl. ..licn'oii'tl.i' Tici- -'.Bui; 1 'know wh.it, waniiiijrasp.ii-ie.iiTt, .'ui'.j hiiuse. Of eourstj 1 ivould'in be. .snub-1 -f could- read'the. Ifiile'tiago of Uhat bed in thai, fashion. Tlmji shortly after, flial, I iuu.l .some 'men al. work for m'C ail'.! Jifior ilituio.r, we, laid. on l-ho kitclK.'iis-hcif, .UK! whon-etiim: ,t-o look f.r Uiomaftcr supper, Uiey we.-e.grtMe. ;'..i W 'tlie pieces for Q. iiiciccd, imloed.-.liliil not coax him herer I tSiiln't steal O, I wish he w.-is dead'. Let, hini bo.dead." No, no, returned, iliss in a kiitdly. is 'much, better alive... 1 brought him Iiorty because 1 you woti'fd. liki: to see iiini." The trulh is, the at iiiiiiior-hi'iusp lixik: .him a Vejn nce'.l hand .'iio'gingcriy, Hel- en, as if yo feared a fa.' "I cjiit carry yc tighter than Donald cun Iialt'of yo." Siirpriscil at the Vchenieincticc of my tvno, purijueein iiitiirposcd wild an admission Unit; we were both "strong. .iiul llitit slic hti.l no of JJui Donald's ire w.-vs kindlod, he nlUsrlr denied that wrjis all locoiii- pele feats of carriage. On such topics arcgcnorallv emulous, ami by UH; time wo luvl tlie op. bank, it was sottlcxl lliat llw poitot should'.be- dclcnnirsed by our singly bonr- ing Helen tin; ford'in our arms. THE CI..MMS OF first. alt Duties, Vriiici. tho of to men reijuires, is Uio ilutv truUi. iwt i lo ail tlio '.lutios vision, or CMtroaiy; but wo .to tniiing tmtU. out siiutnions of :vs of birtli i duties; but lo tioti, of tnith Ls always tlc% ssaiv-. Wo ovti it to llic great ;is we'll as sniaH lu our to our aervMb b> those win, bate, as well us UtOM who love Ut tlviwi wtto wrwUbHw agaiiMt us, as well as Uioae use' it for themsclvos. TUote Mmvow siInations, ind.'cit, where pnufcMWS per- ii was to cl'-'terimne who had car- ni'ts us conc.-al our love f-tr tmt ricd Insr. I'iiost' easily, and 1 swilled with niyseli'privately in advance', tlint tho one whoJ obtained, the .would ro.ll- .tmn.ea ,yir. l.xik; iijioii .him ;is. titi Iv'bV-'tho person who stood hit-host be able! to put you' m Uie way of selling. .and 1 do not think ho relishes tho j hor 't'hu.rellection stiunii-'to'' of lii-ni yoti :miist." I iiire there me to exettl everv.: etfbvfc'aud i '.hero is ito point, to wtiic'uilU rwiiltirt to viissimtiltite truth. la one truth does not to We ana only its witnesses, its dcfontlers. Ua de- It is ibo tight of (nxl in our. brethren, lowborn i   

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