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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - February 19, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota A Valentine. Beware of one who loves thee but too Well of one v to lain would Hind tin e with a spell with Over to draw thee As an unknown land litres the impassioned traveler to its strand. Of if thou wouldst be free hew Are of me i beware cult yes that softly fix on thee. Tamed. Their restless glances by thine own and of a voice where All things that May be in Maiden hearts Are told in every tone. Ii thou wouldst still be free beware of me but if a on gang born within thy soul give. Thee tar Oli glimpse of unknown Bliss then let to y love Speed Onward to it. Goal Side of the Island got wet and at a country inn obtained from the Landlady a pair nor y time rest an Joy for blindness miss. J of stockings leaving his own behind to of thou wouldst not be free 1a a 1 la then come to me a Laura Winthrop Johnson in Scriba r. Stones under which the property was j thing but we can to Tell what effect the concealed. They went together anti ult fall May have had on him until he re mately discovered the articles in ques j gains consciousness a Tion concealed under several Large stones i a which Macleod declared exactly reset i Ker reproof to a Rose. Bled those impressed on his was an important tact to begin with i Rose foolish Rose the property of the murdered Man j a while Ikon. Lounel in the immediate proximity to there Are Many More Cameron a House. Next Day another j at the very door link was obtained. A week or two lire Javious to his apprehension Cameron Kau for Hrisi rot get walked one Rainy morning to the other it Hie among the a St each is Lovely each that blow it must be contest none is Levi ie tile telltale vision. Be dried. These were now produced and Atter some hesitation a Cotter s wife de dared that from a peculiarity in the work she could depose that they were of Lier own making and add a that the Day or. Murder will out. Before his disappearance the paddler had John Macdonald a Well known ten bought two pairs from her for his own cram peddle had on a dreary Winter i use. That now produced was one of evening attended a rustic wedding and them Tho other was discovered in Cam Nerry in aking at the a farm town fit Eros s House. A variety of similar Cir Assyia. Where among the fair damsels As gradually came out and Gem bled he had contrived considerably after considerable delay occasioned by to lighten his pack. No one observed tile difficulty cd the Case Cameron was him leave and for a month afterwards brought to trial. Nothing was heard of his movements. Hie trial took piano at Inverness. It his absence excited no surplice among histed i rom ten o clock in the first morn the country people As it was supposed ingot the Assize till the same hour next that he had gone to visit his relations Day Twenty Lour consecutive hours sad Root a foolish Rose had you known to wait and with dead Loav or with a come alone and later Sweet had been your Fate sad Rose. Foolish Rose of no Esther grew in tile wide world i suppose my own Lover too. Would love Only you old Dan. Mow or ii i u red the who lived in Ross Shire. They however ignorant of ins movements and seeing him Only at Distant intervals were it course not troubled at his customary absence and the peddle might have been during which time judge jury Aud spectators sat uninterruptedly. The prime interest to the superstitious Highlander Lay in the mysterious fact of the vision and the seer was an object of interest away much longer before any suspicion when he appeared in the witness Box could have been excited. But exactly four weeks Atter the festivities at assent a Larm servant passing a deep and precipitous turn of the Mountain Road which lies Between the farm town and the Clachan of assent observed by the Imp lie suffered a severe Cress examination from the prisoner s counsel without the substantial value of his evidence being a elected. No one who heard his examination could doubt that he was stating what was actual tracked and difficult Case of circumstantial evidence. The candles Gas was not used in those Days which Hail lighted them in their Vigil Tim Gli tire Long autumn night were extinguished and the Sun was High in heaven when the turned to the court finding the feet Dawn Lilit a bundle floating upon ally True no one could believe Ami this the top of the water then unusually Low course was the object a i Tho Examina and Clear. A rude raft was constructed j Tion that he himself was the criminal and with his Aid the neighbors dragged or in any Way implicated. It was a pro tile corrupted body of a human being to Shore. Though much decomposed All who were present immediately recognized the body of tile missing peddle tile clothes were the same which he had worn when l is seen but the pocket had been carefully turned out and filled and nothing of any value had been found on tile Corpse. Notwithstanding these suspicious appearances the simple people among served throughout the trial the most pro j found composure Rose and with the utmost solemnity and calmness called god j Farmer Henderson it ame in barn one morning the his clothes covered with mud. I and ids eyes bashing a Ned Quot he shout i As he entered Kitchen. A a where a Ned a there i am a came a cheery Mutt in reply and in instant after a Bright Strong boy of some sixteen years altered the old fashioned country Kitchen from the adjoining woodshed where he had been cutting potatoes for the Days Plant i big. A do you want anything a i want to Tell you this a said or. Henderson As he washed himself at the sink Aud rubbed his weather beaten face with the it it arse Towel until it wits even redder than before. A old Dan must be killed just St e Tim state i Ani in Ami All for that wort i Mold Rascal i wont have him about the House another Day. He s Good tor nothing but re make tit b it with Rich Cream and sugar and pissed it to him. A i Ain not much of a hand for said the Man As he drained the cup a but my doctor says that i must drink it for my digestion. Ruined my digestion while i was in the army you see a and he winked solemnly. A by the Way a he continued picking up me Silver Teaspoon from his Saucer a Shiv you any More of these they Are As neat a pattern As a Ever saw Ami Odd too. I should like to see the rest of the do a if you have them. A Mother has Only eleven a said Carrie in her innocence a and she is very proud of them but i will show them then she brought the Little Box with the precious table Silver eleven Tea spoons four table spoons and a Hock it Cream Jug ail pure Silver Aud shining brightly and placed them Beton her inquisitive visitor to Admire. He had finished Ais a i Gilt lunch j that is. The i was demolished Ana the j Teapot empty. As the Little girl ban led him the treasures he arose took t i b. X to the window examined it Ltd Ateret i with critical Eye for a moment and then i As if in Joyful Surprise cried. A i am right i be a i be Virv sure ii i i tie cry same identical spoons that my Friend lost when he was a i it of ism Lucky it is that i have found them at last a with these words and a very Low Bow the Rascal opened tile door and slipped away with the spoons and ii Silver re am Pitcher Down the path toward the Gate. For an instant Arrie stood motion. I then Rushing after him she shrieked a give me those spoons Thev Are my Mother s spoons and you Are to in a to steal them you Are a thief a thief bring them hues bring them Back a a lire Man however paid no attention to the child s cries but ran the path carrying the in and the spoon and pitch in Een most Hovver if a in w my Valentine. Rapt a a in i or to party Valentine Day and i Ani sitting in o tile Bow window of or front room in the Little Semi detached House which i it now my Home. The Little maid has Laid the breakfast things but it is Early and i sit on the ii a use Hait sofa in the window looking out for the postman. Not that ids coming this morning has any romantic interest for me. Those Days of Romance Are past amt gone. I am now arrived it the sillier age of thirty live. An i it is time to have done with such Toby. Aud yet As i sit Here and the postman delays to coming my mind wanders Back too or Valentines Days Long ago when it was a matter of such keep interest to me. One fourteenth of february in particular. I remember ten Iet me it sixteen year ago it was. How the years Fly and hot it v Short % time it seems those few Bright years of a woman s Lite seem and when they Are gone always at out time it it a ens taut Thev a gone Las til knowledge that i for the years that it ii j time my pc if it it now. To go by magic. What remains other an aching and sometimes i i e if ii uni t to come. I Felt but i am us d t at thirty five should be Don when one lives Hie ii Ivess it As i have done for the realities of Lite or and too in leave room hut on just ref pm yet begun before quaint adverts a life Ltd was on i Hiu i Sal to with i Santly t or Day drive fourteen r moan. Arni of a a Niue i its too j ones a Anis. Nth of in regrets especially by govern ears past constantly mind to try a my governess life had not i had then As fair a future most Young girls of Rev a with is an i Ai chances pay marriage at that tit i friends the an arum e i a a of 11.- jury re prisoner j guilty As labelled. The verdict had been i recorded and the sentence of death bounced when Cameron who had Hoik if the or be attributed Quot his hotel Throux when a message came t Cron requesting to see making his Way to the excited crowd him from Camilla. When he. Mum reached the cell. Cameron who tested the same Complete com Posu i once s us a i am now going to Tell what Luau. The d1 tailed with ire l have be the Verdic he t confessor. A r Bre was que Lien a leu o his of it exec i m ii t3 ins for a get i ii Irun of to Obi no one ii after nehi i co t ill lie said was co the assent wedding Donald leave had served had made u along with him to i heavy Hammer we Home he a i St tic from behind and a had thrown it in weeks it had rental at least lie could so he had gone Quot Nee 01 look for it. Tin surprised and Start erty had been hide a dark wet misty on his return h impossible so Mcleod with who quam ted could hic mation b curious i those win mysteries been the Rig i full an whole demean the in i did tory How ,. I on til in had ,1 i u la ii m whom a murder had been committed concluded that the unfortunate Man had fallen accidentally into the Tarn. So con to witness that lie was a murdered Man firmed were they in this opinion that they the Sherif a to whose exertions the at once burled the body and John Mac Success of the prosecution Quot a it mainly t a Donald and Tibet tragedy connected with him were in a fair Way of being forgotten. The Parish minister however had accidentally Learned of tie discovery and lie forthwith forwarded information i to the proper authorities. The Siren of the county and Hie Public prosecutor immediately came Down to the District and commenced a searching investigation. Under the guidance of John Cameron the schoolmaster who was i commend de to them by the minister As a skilful and Truty person on whom every Reliance might be placed and accompanied by the medical men of the Island the sheriff visits the spot w Here Macdonald a body had been buried. It was disinterred in his presence and on examination several deep wounds were discovered on the Back of his head. Any one of which the doctor said would have been sufficient to cause death. Coupled with the fact that the clothes had been plundered no reasonable doubt could remain that a murder had been committed. It was Well known in the Island that Macdonald who had had considerable in Mer carried on his backs bunks and store known institutions to those people. But for Many Days Gemmy of the Law was Bailie any Trace of the Mure been seen with Macdonald after he left assent no article of any kind could be identified As his property. The search appeared fruitless. Several murders however had been recently committed Iii v. De his what a hic and lie must be shot bet aided the Farmer wrathful y Ned was about to plead when his Little six ter Cam r the room. A a Why. Papa what i the i j cried to King at him in h did you fall into the it reek a i might As Well a he re j laughing. Al Ore watering trough there was a both children joined. A a Wei Jip i coming into the lag with mirth. Been thinking i a most Twenty be tile Watt a Trout a but a explain took me in Iwa at pail to carry to in aug to dip tic o came at me like me completely i j mired i Tell vim he knew he a How he a got t lies Only. Imp. To night when 1 if he son to t to Boa Derum Tiret Home until the void. O my appt it i try ared on the ii Dan was it the Gateway cd tiie. I Retli a Hearn a kid 1 g ii i Iii i tog is to i should know whom to thank for it but i it i Only could know How they meant to j make use of my unfortunate name in i playing their jokes ii it on him. Some time wore on Ami i comforted myself by thin ring that or. Hargill j come what might would never believe j that i had sent him a Valentine it it res specially such a one As i feared they would Send him. A it will be us Charley said a i a the will most Likely put it in the fir i and no one will be a Whit the and i Pangili myself win. Tag whether it would make him by of our company and whether he would cease the walks from Church a. A allow tha it the idea vexed me. A How very tiresome they Are to myself. A and what bad Tut play Jukes on people a fit tor the moment How often i Lim been a party to jokes of the Kin at Valentine it morn it there was much excitement to breakfast Tabu when the Mist j to Bur Ting was handed in. I a t11�<i p re Ai v Lur univ Ore contents. Finicy a r r j. To from Horn writing so Ond reefed in the Sti been led to exp reeled in u hand writ in known to me. I opened tinned first. A now Ethel let Oshi on every Side. That s the writing i come i a shout i Shirlev 11 Ank you i am in you All r i written but As i so boned written Iii the unknown a a that Large is too elaborate 31 r. Gil. I am sure. W never Send flowery composition a. That. A v is sober and to Tim Point a i had just read it. And was in to find univ a Short re to night dear you won t mind i ii Send you my maid a and without waiting for an answer she was gone. I did a mind a but there w�3 no help for it. Constance was always fond it society. I dressed myself a Well leg my limited wardrobe would allow and she presently return and escorted me to the drawing room where abut fourteen per sons Wren assembled by among them and not one face was Lam i liar to me save that of my Host. I quietly ensconced myself in a window meets where i was partially hidden by a curtain. My be wandered for a Alai edit rather anxiously Over the group a a a faint Hope that i might discover or. By Iii but in vain. Dinner was announce. The party paired off. A i it wandering who my partner was to he. Constance touched the Arm of a portly looking Man rho Gat with his Back to Rue engaged in Earnest n5-ersation. Ile Rose at once and she d in in v an in or up to me. I i Friend it em1r miss is t no la a my u a a Ems t first i saw or. Hargill Fin unit be id cd line Lance la t Bink lore and Whit in Frond into tin a i a ills e i ii a Gam was i i or ill fire a a i n a longer ten ars a it a i i ii t rom i air a ugly i this it a i d i i h i earn w Hen a wind miking form a Breed visibly i then i i had recognized of it was hat rime s his eyes in on his fences our i then Tell As in improved trance and in i imag were suf virile that a a called sure had i vanished a Jug or it a t t o is Coni my next who or Acari White to until to. In told my ride me. I3 quient it throb the chair i try Squire i f Grea no to m unit i or. Ii my 1 of a a i them of # i ii. N my k i i f or wig a. Vav s lend. Him. My ult Day la tilt my d Aring a my and in o Ere 9. Tilt main t a Rome in \ Cho Rogi a Vav cd it kit Iii i by of one ted so in Lime m tie of re in Aine Natter cd this Case the Northern counties they a i unpunished it was therefore a much Public importance that ii an example should be made. The Sherif established himself in Purmon uhf it a Roadside hotel in the Vicinity and announced his determination to examine every Erih it in the Island. Daring these investigations the sheriff was invariable accompanied by Cameron who through ins acquaintance with tee Gairich Tongue and his knowledge of the inhabitants proved a great assistance As an interpreter. One morning however tile sheriff went Down to the Oost office alone Cameron being for the first time absent. During a desultory conversation the postmaster inc Dently stated that soon after the Date of the murder he had Given Bungo for a a 0 Bank of England note to a person who lie did not think should have so much Money in his pos i of course rest on the Ialuna i for nut v. Cd a ii had o doubt become strongly Jinp reseed in Mcleod s imagination some slight link of fact a word or gesture probably existed Aud out of these inchoate materials the Story might gradually shape itself into a form net unlike the actual because a natural and logical arrangement of the whole facts known or surmised at the me. And. Going Ltd a with the Story to its close tile dream would accompany the murderer alter tile commission of the it rime depict his horror and contrition his Iran tic lest re to put away from him every evidence of the accursed deed which Jay heavy on his soul. The place where he concealed the property was one to Tat he would naturally select out of his own House indeed but not so far from it but that tile articles might easily be recovered after the first dread had been subdued. People who have disenchanted the unseen and who consider a Man s muscle session. Who was this John Cameron the Best part of him will probably sex the schoolmaster. Cameron was sent for 1 Plain the mystery in some such Way. Was ask a How he came to Hay Tho Mon it a i he tight of common Day has become by in question and peremptorily denied a a Strong for the supernatural. Any knowledge at tile transaction. His m statement though made without apparent embarrassment excited suspicion and he was arrested charged with the murder. For some time however no facts appeared to confirm the suspicion. Cameron s House which stood on a Hillside by itself was minutely searched but none of the pedal Era a property was found. His sister who lived w Ith him. Was evidently poets letters. One of the Well marked Points about letter writing is that it is rarely Biose who Are their Best in society w to Are Alco the Best letter writers. We could name persons who never take up a pen to write a Friend without making themselves twice As much of persons As they Are in conversation and others again urea a i ius Nee i it , it it i to do Ami the dinner to go a. Jbf j twelve o clock j time tied. The dishes Gnu i in in i ing Row upon t e pantry shelves j Broom had performed its work and c Rie was preparing tile vegetables to j boiled when their came a faint Knock the door. Supposing it to it i e one f neighbor the utile girl did r get r Calic a i a Cornein Quot the doer was slowly opened and a ii i stepped within. He wore a Long Black coat. Buttoned j his Chin Aud very threadbare. His to ers too were Black Anil shiny and a too Short fir him. On one foot was i Boot while the other was graced to j ragged shoe. He carried a Butte i hut in his hand. Iii face a. I solemn but quite Rob his Eves his hands very dirty and Aioge was a queer looking visitor. A is your a at Home miss a in a half whine As he glanced about the room. replied Currie wondering Why he asked a she has gone to under 1 Hill. Did you wish to Sec her a ooh no a the Man replied. A i Only asked out j politeness you know Quot and la it Mea Miou Lier room. I to Aas War ii i i Nice Moi Ned. Full a we w do not is him now and to won in a the tor to a a m a perfectly innocent. She was a Young and y ? never take up a pen without of pretty girl and for her station in life in dining themselves almost utterly with Tefu Ighut and cultivated. When told of 011 themselves to the ciphers the charge she Idilio Iii Tilv refused to society they certainly Are not. A a a the difference we take to be the same As that Between persons who find and recover themselves in Solitude and persons who find and recover themselves in society. Charles Dickens be longed to neither class. He was As much of a person in society As he was in Solitude but oddly enough almost the same Man in both. But the highest class of correspondents Are much More when they write than when they speak. And in general you will find the Best of this class among retiring meditative poets such As Quot Gray c of per and Charles Lamb for Charles Lamb too was a minor poet though Moi a humorist than a poet. The rhetorical poets poets like Byron fire also Good letter writers but rather let ter writers like Dickens men who make their letters the literal equivalents for their own presence rather than something of an entirely different Shade of influence. Nothing can be More amusing Tolian byrons correspondence but it conceals Byron the mail even More completely than his poetry itself concealed him. A it i silk no and cleared Thor he Rii arb Iem u a what n a Coli on netless authority than the lancet would Tho theory be that tile resolve of a person not to acid is ample Protection against a one a it is startling to discover Tho lancet a How Little we knew a the commoner forms of disease. Example a a cold what is it in it produced Aud in hat docs it Sist v it is easy to Sav to cold Ril to t it d take a Kun i just ll1 x in tor we have writes a Cill he smiled solemnly at the Little girl and a chill of what part of the organism winked one Eye. A no i came on Mitt now by daily experience to it the Ness with your pay particular urgent j a8 a whole or any of it parts May business. S pose lie s round is he ii7>t.�?� reduced to a considerably lower tem a no sir lie went to town with Moth i pm nature than will Softie to give a Man or a sail Carrie. A Gold if the so called Hill b indicted a now that s too bad a exclaimed tin upon the surface suddenly. Is it then believe that her brother was guilty and in deep distress followed him to prison. One or two casual incidents however of which she spoke proved of unhappy importance on the anal. Even then however the Augh Well aware of the Tai a i effect of her answers she spoke fearlessly and truthfully with spartan like honesty meeting out her brother a doom. A fearful dilemma indeed one where even falsehood cannot be rigorously judged. But where Stern and rigid truth cannot lie Tea highly esteemed a Noble Highland heroine with her bloodless lips and White tearless lace All Honor to the gentle womanhood that is yet too Noble in its Mardenly honesty to Tell a lie Cameron though unable to account satisfactorily for the Money was on the Point of being liberated when a singular incident occurred. A Workman me Leod by name had on three successive occasions dreamed that he had seen Cameron follow Macdonald to the Waterside strike sum a number of heavy blows with a Hammer ride his pack cast the body into the Tarn and conceal the articles he had taken Iii a Cairn near his own House. The Story was soon bruised about and the dreamer was brought before the sheriff. So Strong and vivid lie said was his recollection of the incidents of the dream that he could undertake to Point out to the criminal officer tile exact visitor a he seated himself a and i have come so far to see him nut perhaps your brother or sister will a a As a i Haven to any sister a said the Little hostess laughing a and my brother a Over in the Back lot. Lies la Bein though if hell a Well i done to hardly think lit will after All Quot said the Man shaking his head thoughtfully a and i can to wait today anyway i Ain t the time. But i m terrible hungry if i could i d stay to dinner 3iiss. However under tile circumstances perhaps you had letter give me a Light lunch before i go a piece of pie and a cup of Tea and a Little cold meat or something of the a ooh certainly Only i can to give you the meat for we Haven t it in the House Quot said Carlie rising a but i will find and she wrought from the pantry a whole Apple pie which she placed before him with a knife and Fork a if you will help yourself Iti have the Tea ready in three a eau right my dear a said the Man seizing the knife and drawing the pie toward him. A i will act upon your advice. The last Tim i took dinner with general Grant a he continued As he Cut a great piece and in an to eat he said to me a governor governor a said he a never disregard a lady s advice a and i have always remembered what he said a and he chuckled merrily and nodded his head at the delicious looking pastry before his Meroth is a does he know anything a anxiously inquired a Friend bending Over the body j him. Of a Man who had fallen fro Fri the roof of i Carrie wondered a Little at the table a House. A Don t know i m sure a said i manners of the Man who had dined with the physician a the never did know any Grant but she steeped his Tea Flavoured a i i Fin i get Ursene my of me to to. I must it ure we k the suddenness of a reduction of temperature that causes the cold it would be strange if it were so 1 because w few of the most susceptible a mortal would take cold from simply handling a piece of cold Metal or accidental Contact with ice. The Trot i would seem to be that what we Call taking cold 11 the result of a sufficient impression of need to reduce the vital Energy of nerve centers presiding Over the fun tons in is. Organs. If this be the fact it is easy to see Why nature has provided the stimulus of a Strong fit of sneezing to reuse the dormant centers and enable them at once to resume work and avoid evil consequences. This explains Why the j worst effects of cold do not As a Nile follow upon a a Chili which excites much \ sneezing. Shivering is a less elective i convulsion to restore tile paralysed nervous Energy but in a Low i degree it May answer the sumo purpose. The i shivering that re malts com tile effect of \ a Poison on the nervous Center is a totally different matter. We speak j Only of the Quick muscular agitation i and Teeth chattering which occur when j Ever the body is exposed to cold and i evil results do not ensue. It follows i from what we have said that the natural j indication to Ward off the effects of a Drill is to restore Tho vital Energy of Tho nerve centers and there is no Mere j potent influence by which to attain this object than a Strong and sustained i me in his. A. Effort of the will. The Man who r a i me to him. Solves not to take cold Seldom j for so i a a a a a m a a viev Ami i verily of id. Quiet St i it anti vis As a Refuge from their tiler that were so or no i by Rio i became quite. A. An from tolerating i and to miss him Quot Hen he and Quot Hen the joke raged of i part. Day Drew near Anil of von try was full of business. A tines of All kind. To be i expected in return. Us designed for particular ots and so hem As to year. I ult and see no partly Sci i by yet an 1> not a but a k in. Then sin to. T is Kin a i said i got to meal or an Achi on t and is age and disguise of i re Trul. Wonderful. La it would get to Send a valets. I it Grili i exclaimed Charlie. Id i. Right v the it put it in Speet. An i never let any one i. He would feel it no insult. Bar Iri Quot exclaimed rate Sud by looking up from her work of dicing and stamping envelopes. A Why of be. She a on Ltd Kate pie. In. Blushing for i knew t a do not w r i Nave one. How Stu forget its important take Tim to think of it. A a who the sender will hit it s she sail this. I said in poring i not of my hair i Niez i. Replied rate by the by. Ethel you re sur to so in this year one at a yes Quot broke in Charley a Din a very stiff upright hand would think that such a \ tiling person would writ. Cities hand you pm Quot Nitiss vane a so the run ilk -1surround, and i knew that Rumor a Ranee was in vain and that or. Burgin an i myself were to Loc two uth victim of Valentine s Day. Not Only that but i greatly feared that they in ten leu sending either a Valentine to or far worse one from a ooh receive ii rec ted in now who by molest re such t v by dust hat i mean. Mal we were a Tion than a c Iii Ain Tance is w dare Sav you w Ili remind Days air. Barguil we Cai Basic when Charley was and his Ain i Ness i shall i Ani sorry that i Ever laugh him Lear Ethel he saved n life do that is ail. And what a pie men to my meditations hour. How the old familial the old Days. I am at a Young and Nappy As of o invitation is a tempting like to see her again Iii and or. Hargill i Smili the Valentines and i think on the whole i shun him again too it is decide and sit Down and write to t i Bree Days Ater at five cold Winters evening i am Avenue at Braintree trying the dusk and the Drifting ,. R a. Roc or a a alg. I had a it cd. I re a a a 1 Rai id a kissed -., j 11� a car. Content. Of i �?T01. Tune i sex aimed ii n it Tell me the it pause a Drew that rend i should like Yea let 3 e came 1 rom it How could a a of now u a my it Riclo it Chi i. Lid i not Tell Vuu a or in act. I a i it a Hundred hulls of i. But Why were y a u so of for ii abroad a innately a per haded to i lie co of Rary i Why Ken enough. R ii in i. A a. 3 w t la that ends my h to Cone we or 4 v a i she 1 the v by thing i Ait see comp j a yes. I said softly. I i a i 1 eve it is to i in Uii and it 11. An 1 though i shul d be Only a poor ii in a Orv curates \ vile i shall be the h nappies to a a a to a curated a with tip to Toke in Uon in a Good Deal a St me. Wuy Don t Yeti 1 know that a postscript j it Barley Bas Given air. Bar the Rich one but i for living of Braintree twi 0 m i i s from Here Friend or Ruth and i so ail have you near me always thus whom i of it is delightful. So pc thought a or in by gone you a. A marry ing a a a poor curate a did in upon him at you a an serous a ii i Ever forget. I the to we in lid cd of Braintree has i. R As i Unk Range sup it of toe past nines recall Lek again 5 Hist Alice a it. I should new Home re in pm i h r la yes. I like to see i will go i Long been my re it Inan j i ate the b St and most to j bands. Little does the j him now beloved and re parishioners and known i i own Little Cir he a shy curs ored of Hus Itle apply to pee ted by his a beyond his nits it clock on a a riven up the Tare through Lect to catch ground work blowing. In this latter idea was j torture to me. It tip course what i received myself was a matter of Little consequence. A glimpse of my friends new Home. A double Row of stately Lone Trees on each Side of the drive is All that i can see and As we draw nearer i perceive a Fine old elizabethan House nearly covered with Ivy and creepers. It Lias Bea n the Home of the brain fees for Many go be Retios and had just descended to Charley from an Dulcic. A Bright Light streamed Forth when the door was opened and Constance stood in the Hall with open Arm Rea in to receive me. In a second i was in a cosy Little room with a Bright fire where Lay her husband looking not much older but Pale and delicate from his recent illness. Constance led me to my room and on leaving me said a we have just a few Friend coming Tow conspicuous i my Home is Ali and in ire than i could a wish and As tile fourteenth of february again approaches in calling the happiest i event of my life with what different eel a Ings do i Greet it from when ten years i ago i sat in my lonely of tags think i ing sadly of a my Valentine Days of Hen and alligators. A lady residing at cow is and in Louisiana an i wishing to a ret a a Hen went into a Field adjoining her residence where some of her Chick is had been a a laying a and produced some seventeen eggs and placed them under the Hen. When in the course of a human events the Chicken were i hatched to and behold there came Forth four Small sized alligators. It is supposed that alligators from an adj joining Marsh had deposited their eggs in Tho Field Aud she not knowing the difference placed them under Tho Hen. And what is More strange the Young alligators follow the Mother Hen around the premises As Happy As a Colorado Beetle in a potato Patch. Paraquat imposes a tax on Bach Elors Between 25 and 50 years of age

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