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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - March 4, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fin Ding fault in speaking of person s faults Pray done to forget your own remember those with Homes of Glass should Seldom throw a Stone if we have nothing else to do than a a k of those that sin a tis better to a Eminence at Home. And from Tinct Point begin. We have no right to judge a Man until lies fairly tried should we not like his company we know the world is wide some have faults and who has not the old As Well As the Young perhaps we May for All we know have fifty to their one Vii Tell you of a better plan and find it works full Well to find your own defects to cure Ere others faints you Tell. And though i sometimes Hope to lie no worse than some i know. My own shortcomings Cid me let the faults of others go. Invt let us All when we begin to slander Friend or foe think of tile harm one word May do to those we bile know. Remember cases Chicken like sometimes to Roost come Home. Done tsp a of others faults until you have none of your own. Or. John his wife Poyntz and relations. A broiled Chicken for Tea Ell said i. A a and lobster salad and tried oysters upon my word this looks As if we were going to have a so we Are my dear Quot said my wife looking a Little guilty As she polished up the surface of tile big Silver Tea tray with a Mew Chamois leather. A a they Are All come to visit me Uncle Silas and aunt Meliment and the children and Cousin j oat and the two miss Wilmer dings and my aunt Louisa to meet the reverend or. Speak Well from Minnesota who married my second Cousin Jerusha Wilde. Or. Speak Well is troubled with Catarrh and he thinks of staying at our House tor a Lew weeks while toe is being treated by or dose i putdown my Linen Luster and Brown share i possess of the world s filthy horse and buggy could be procure for my daily use when going to or. Dose in the City As the motion of the train disagrees with my nervous a i done to happen to own a Carriage but i might buy one a said i. A thank you thank you. Cousin Poyntz a said or. Speak Well blandly. A and if there is any other Little thing you should happen to want Pray Don t be backward in mentioning it i added. A a no i wont Cousin Poyntz a said the reverend gentleman with the utmost Gravity. And i am bound to say he kept his word. For three Days i endured the swarm of visitors which literally infested my Home and then i made up my mind that patience had ceased to be a virtue. A a Pii put a Stop to this thing a said i. I came Home one night with a tragical expression on my face. A Katherine a i said to my wife a i Ain ruined. A what a cried All the company at once. A those shares in the Western Union you know a said i smiting my forehead. A yes dear Quot gasped poor Kitty. A they have gone Down a said i. A not Worth a a to John a a i wish i had taken your advice and let diem alone a said i. A but after ail it does no to so much matter As if i had no i looked beam ugly around at my wife a relation. They returned the glance by the blankets of stares. Ii i borrow two Hundred dollars apiece from All this dear Kindred Quot said i. With obtrusive cheerfulness a Ami request Uncle Silas to endorse my business note a a i think of such a thing a hurriedly interrupted that gentleman. A i should be most Happy to oblige but i am quite out of funds at present a said Cousin Joab. A and i Quot said the Rev. Or. Speak Well Lushing Back his chair a must save what with some emphasis my the Rev or. Speak Well a paper Puree �?o0, conto said i. A John a it j ulu lated my Wile. A Well no 1 in i can to help it a said i. A a it a not in human nature to endure everything. Aud i have been relate one out of All patience Ever since our marriage. The Jenkinss went away last i Lucre to pay my passage and that of my family Back to ,&Quot cried i a you would not go away and leave me Iii such pecuniary Straits As these a the Rey. Or. Speak Well significantly buttoned up his pockets. A a it a every Many a business to look after himself Cousin Poyntz a said is a and i remarked As he filed into the Boston Sleeper a i suppose you can let me have a Nice lower berth a and the porker said lie could just one lower than the roof. The fat passenger sighed and yielded to ins Fate. A i Don t mind it so much a be said a the last time i had a lower berth the Man who slept above me get up tour times to get a drink and every time but once when he came Down he swung under his berth and struck both his feet into my stomach. The other time he struck them in my a a it a pleasant a the Man with the Sample cases said a to sleep Over the Man who snores in three or four a yes a said the Cross passenger a a Ltd Over a nervous Man who sits up suddenly Bolt upright every time the engine whistles bumps his head against the let of Tom of your berth with a crash and swears you awake for the next Twenty a for Over the Man who mans in his sleep a the tall thin passenger remarked a and makes you think he is being murdered or dying and then gets Cross and snarls and swears at you if you a a him j w hat is the a and its pleasant to get to i Iii the morning and Fiat the Man in the i oath berth has put on your said the Tat passenger. A for to Lay your Brush anti comb Down in the dressing room and have tile big Stock drover at the next ewer pick them Rake Down in thatch with them under the impression that they belonged to the a for have some fellow Lay the cake of soap on your tooth-Brush.1 a a or to Lay your clean Collar and Cutis Down on a seat while you Wash and have some passenger about the build of our fat Friend come along and sit Down on a for to get partly through with your ablutions and your eyes full of soap and stand w Ith your hands and hair dripping and find the lat clean Towel gone and the Porter Down at the a ther end the car at the ladies a tickets tor your berths please Porter said and the Convent read gladness. I be world is full of Glanc to those who own its Power it sparkles in the sunlight and blossoms in the Flower it glances with the Stream let. Adown the verdant Hill and warbles with the wild Bird amid the Forest still it twinkles in the Dew drop within Hie Flowers Bell it breathes in gentle murmurs where the pure Waters swell it dates in tile tree top the clinging buds above and whispers in the Zephyr. Like the soft breath of love. Then Why forever sorrow through cares Aud grief like ours when every Blissful Morrow wakes fairer brighter Flowers while Sweet and bounteous nature is redolent with Ltd a we May All live in gladness thong. Grief Ana Good ahoy. Doka s adventure. A Well Dora i Hope you la have a pleasant visit and be glad to turn your face homeward again when its Over. Things wont seem natural without a thanks Frank. I pc no do it of your wishes will come True Quot and with a Bright smile at the Young Man and a Kis it of her hand to his Mother who stood in the farm House door watching them Dora Rode of Ulm i her a get snowball. She w As an orphan but she had never known the want of a mothers love and canc her Sweet baby face had won tic heart �1 the wealthy widow Omar who. With her Only son Frank lived at thu Tantal Homestead which had let Een in the Omar family for generations and which was surrounded by the Broad a res of As Fertile and valuable a farm As could i fount in the. West. Ilk Dan ii w i. M a Ftp i. To a a told of the superstitious nature of the i coloured race. She gave a sudden scream i Ami pointed to the Pond where a White Mist had slowly formed Aud had i it sen into a tall constantly changing column Winch looked in the Moonlight like a colossal human figure. A sew the ghost the go get a she i r5 i raid Ami As Pedro loosed i bold Ami tired at the spot indicated in momentary terror she ran toward the Bridge with tile flee Ness of a Deer. With a Savage yell Pedro followed forgetting his fear of tile Specter in his rage at being outwitted by his intended victim he was rapidly gaining upon Dora who had nearly reached the Middle of the Bridge when his foot caught udoh a broken Plank and he fell headlong into the water Over t in Low railing which was All that protected the sides of the rude Structure. Dora heard flit sudden stumble anti then the Dull heavy thud into tie water lust she was too frightened to Stop her flight. Suddenly from out of re Woods on the other Side of the Bridge there came a pager of i Quot ing hoofs in something White flashed into View. With a cry of Joy she r a it go z it i s my Ball with Frank upon t is Lack. Ruling toward her As though Rumor r a r it tor life. A ooh Frank a she Gaspe fainting before him. He had started out to in Ether Bab stopped Snow Ball in her mad try. Fearing that Dora had been the had lost no time in hastening to Lief. When she awoke it wit in her own , Lavender cot i room. An i or. Omar was bending lovingly Over her. A ooh Mother she said putting up her arms and was lately Supei Phoa and Sank and run in or re drawing the Kin p his Omar was a Bay it get to u when his mottled adopted baby Dora and from the moment of her in to an e into the family he had taken the win it a child tor bipedal Jet. The reddest Apple the Dew de and berths. Scrambled into it ski Cross Patch the i Hilt by i in St i nuts Cut ivc King grew lunch of grapes tin or to Cluster of it it rattling Down from its t by the biting breath of the i a a a a our week the Birdsall took an affectionate i i 1 8crup to 8y 11 18 downright dishonesty for a business Man like your this wa9 la nickname Helen s Mao All gave her an i in a sorry to a it Uret All must ire Dora a. As the Alder an attachment for each sprung up in each tender \ although As yet Thev Wert ing in that delightfully a uncertainty which Ever or Lauder i leave yesterday and now just As i was contemplating a peaceful evening by ourselves Here a a new swarm hungrier than the rest just about to Settle Down j the lot had upon one excuse self to get into financial Aud Iii fifteen minutes every Cousin in r another appropriate girl in Man my till in teens Crown i in leu was an r ways but Cross it and though s feet already do upon us in my opinion Kitty my dear vanished i rom the room to pack and pre relations should be a i am surprised at you John a said my wife. A my own people that a so fond of a a there Soliere you Are mistaken my dear a said i. A a it a your comfortable Spring Beds and Good cookery that they Are fond of not a John a a a id be willing to Wager a Good round sum on the truth of inv assertion a id i our a because you have no relations self a a thank Providence for that a said i devoutly. A i a reared in a foundling Asylum and have nobody to thank Blit myself for my tolerable Success Iii the a a it a no reason you should find fault with mine a said Kitty with Lier Bright j111 ent a Blue eyes Lull of rears. A and or. Speak a after All Well is such a spiritual mind it d Man Ami j sobbed dear Uncle Silas loves you jest As if you were ins Only son and Cousin Joab is so interested in our children. It m much obliged to a Ems said i dryly. A but i slept All last week on set cushions Laid in the Bath tub and we had fourteen people Here Over the anniversaries and i was obliged to give up my own room for a month last Winter to old or. Mans Well not to speak of our being half poisoned with aunt Louisa shy Genia messes in the fall. When the poet says a a there a no place like Home a i presume he meant when their were no Gelatic us visiting. Ill Tell you what my pare tor immediate departure i looked at my wife my wife looked at my. I burst out laughing Kitty la Gan to cry. A my dear a said i. A its an easier Job than i thought it woul i be. I did no to know but that it might a necessary for me to catch the smallpox before i could let rid of your a but ire we very poor. John r must we give up this dear Little pm a How cruel it is of Cousin Joal or. Speak Well Ami Uncle Silas and ail of them not to help you i Gnu it a Mariana Wilmerding 1ms five thousand Dei artha she wants to put out at interest for she told me so Only yesterday and a a yes exactly Quot raid i. A but probably brow Bec. I Rosy Trudt a Vole lips Ori far i in original and Dis a habit of a Rord a of in create inure wonder i f favourites la in interesting from morn not in Lier figured her get was fast it and the rating pro i Lory a i Awn i ids w a rail c r Lect n that in Dor t d again in Ber. It Waback to narrow i Hir i r i he i Iii to a in be Baies. Dear you h a Alk. So rout it a obese to the War Ach a or the sex n very s ice you k Thi u j was is i Tan a i us a thing up Down to beam Quot answer and of and aug me a a it Lier i a a u trn re ii to or Lim my farm notes. A Canada Farmer s wife butted to death by a ram. Give to potato ashes Lime Pilate Bone flour or plaster chopped unions with a Little Ginger mixed in is said to lie a sure cure tor Chicken cholera. A Man is killed occasionally in a the burs ing of the centrifugal machine used in sorghum manufacture. A Mer can Honey in the comb has become a popular article of diet in eng Large shipments Are the Short Horn i Arni made the w h dido Naud very prize or of the sri Lith Field club is live show opened in Lon dec. 8, represents a Mirn of nearly $15,000. A country dealer in Oakfield fond do Lac co Vav is., shipped >,00 pounds of poultry to Market in three Days before thanksgiving. Great Britain a revoked the order of nov. 4, i Quiring immediate Slaughter or quarantine of sheep lauded from the United snit -. Ltd darn la. I Carroll has been Ages in a fond i court for killing eleven be a Leloi to a neigh a it a. According to the Ternate. Of the id it of the St it Yum cultural so there Are now a acres in Call covered with Vine an attendant every Saturn Ivr Corn Exchange in Canterbury is ii Justice it Nging in to it Ria record which was founded and affied on by the late maitre ii. Evan.-, has been purchased by an association a Al Mifot Horn breeders. Or a. J a Bilander at a meeting of the breeders subs Rifted $2jj00, and the same amount Tak a by twelve others Aud or. Alexander was empowered to collect subscriptions for the balance Bon making in ail $10,Odo for the property ohm Ano ton of Limburger cheese Are produced every season mostly in the states of be a \ or and a Wisconsin at a it of Bis than half that of the import cd article it flails it Market and is consumed mostly by our German Amer a Ca i population. It is More profitable to the i Ai Mer and maker than any other kind of cheese from a Given Quantity of milk mole weight i obtained an i bitter prices Are realized. I d i said if it authority that beet i m is up a High a it a seven years ago. I Ola shows the necessity of Farmers who wish to increase their profit making As of Superior bulk to Cross on common i Stock among the Best tor the purpose Jot of Are the shorthorn the herefords is. Bulls of the it pure a d now Inners make a Gre in them Cive s of to already supplied. A tossed on a Texas a a y int nor cow gives a c a and sometimes thrice t it by i common Lull. Anti Breed v a ice la a a Iii and a Superior at very Low in not Ai they a horned i Otheree Worth in Price of w a us tin ninety fifth year and the oldest tenant t inn the Chick n choler with great virulence Din county wk., Farmers a Haling t messes. Win. A a Worth. Gene. N. Y urns f a Sopp r of in. Starry dippers. A rec Grun of tar i re in ii ii am to ii. J e ii had it is premi ii a ways i a Lar. It i. It re in Arn i Low lits in a naut it. I in f Mot in in ban i enc irk lip i it a from re up Ltd pcs a Durn Liow Ira to Star is com inc drawl a owl of that is near i these to a Ann an sum i a v i of a nor in dip sinking army i m Mother s to came weary some of this the face est n in Tim id ii ugly v i v. Re and one e on fan a t the or i a re mall y me a v i a. I to so la re it d re r d lie does t regard me As a Good i arest Era a times than herself. She a i a Darling b Golden haired sunny a so genial and a her friends Young and Sunbeam. A regular do Sisters was t Wash up to Tea things each Day Tore do v. I v o Sieve ire the i have done fat them a i or who was Boreen it in v human my dear. Dear Quot with a sudden inspiration a a in be a great mind formally to deed Over this House to your relations if they will agree solemnly to leave me in peace for the rest of my life wheresoever i May set up my family a nonsense a said my wife. A dogo up stairs Aud change your things and Brush your Stair Ami get ready for Tea. They Are All waiting in the Best parlor and i Wes exp cling your return to see about hiring some cot Beds from the Village note to put up in the attic for those Lour Little speak Well children. You see aunt Louisa has toe Blue bed Rorn and Cousin Joab has tile Little Wing chamber and or. And mrs. Speak Well have our room and a a indeed said i a and we Are to sleep in the barn i suppose a a a done to lie Cross John,1 said my wife appealingly. A one must be hospitable you know. And i can easily make up the sofa bed in the Back parlor for our use for a week or i said nothing but ground my Teeth in silent , As i sprang up stairs two Steps at a time to make what changes i could in my toilet by the Aid of a ten by twelve Mirror Hung Over the washstand of a Stuffy Little Bath room. The Rev. Or. Speak Well was a big Man with a still Lugger voice and a Limp faded Little wife whose sole earthly interests seemed entered in her Lour White eyed freckle faced children. Uncle Silas and hint Mali cent were a silent couple wit ii excellent appetites and two tall ii ire who Giggle Ami snickered at each other in the intervals of the conversation. Cousin Joab tilled incessantly with his Mouth Tull Ami the two misses Wilmerding serve i As general echoes to the rest while aunt Louisa devoured lobster amp Alid re lib it Ami kept on sending up Lier cup Fop More Green Tea lentil i Tiera bled for her nerves. Wine my wife careful and troubled like Martha of old with Many things looked ready to drop with the hospitable exertions she had made i sitting a Mere cipher at the head of my table Felt As if i was keeping a boarding House without any of the pecuniary. Emoluments therefrom. A my trunks will be up in the six o clock train a Aid the Rev. Or. Speak Well ill tremble you Cousin Poyntz to Send an express Man to the depot for Mem. And it there a any apartment in the domicile Cousin Poyntz that could be fitted up As a study for my temporary use it would greatly facilitate my intellectual occupation during m3t sojourn in the surbuts of this great City. And i must beg of you to keep the House Verv still during the hours which i devote to Here my wife looked at me aghast thinking of Little Johnny and the baby a never mind my dear a i remarked Sotto Voce a Evv can easily get him boarded out a and a went on the Rev. Or. Speak Well a i should esteem it a favor if a my Wile. A relations Are i said. The company to Ltd of their leave without much ceremony of Adieu and that afternoon my wife came to me with tears in her eyes. A John a she said a will Vou Tell me How much Money you have Bret in that horrid Western Union stuck because i would rather know the worst at a lost Quot repeated i looking up irom the newspaper which i was Reading in i Uncle Silas a favorite easy chair now vacated for the first time in Many Days. Its by who said i had lost anything a a you a excuse me my dear i said nothing of the kind. I merely stated that the Western Union shares Are not Worth a Penny. Neither were they to me for i sold out All i possessed Over three weeks a John a a yes my a How could Vou a but deprived herself at other times a Tho school. One March d with a of their t they Mig morning. Or in sleet covered the ground. Aft last As Eva was feeding tin Helen looked out of the window tired a Sisters Happy it Jure i sic store i with her Areek of w poultry and Horn no a ate leg horns and Chiu gongs around her to tames eating Crum from her re in a. Although a pretty sight it r ire Helen s envy and her Cross pint Vereb itself in scolding a you Lazy girl do there playing with those Chi kens a Rem right in to your work a Eva Mac no ply Only continued to smile and so the disk she held in her Hind. Tatoo much for a across Patch a so she c up behind Eva and jerking her by Arm exclaimed a you naughty i Iri Why Don t you come in when i Call to the plate was shivered to atoms a a sure matter however compared with the a cadent that befell poor Eva l r s slipped on the ice in such a manner As t dislocate her hip and was it Arrie i int a �?~i1 we to i o it to ii ii t ref in. It re As Quick it m i. A ii Aill id j 101 e i f atall it life i n m via Instate Esti or Idinie name. Ii ran it w and v a the plat time tile country k said. And Way. Den Wall Ami Vav ii a she ii a i cuts a i a ital h ism St Nick which Fobe re As k i Iii Law unti i cd. She a ached i i farm. It re a a a let ii r Sjue 10 to t p in if tiered big go ill. J. My Pic a and Divi a diet r haired Ingri Are Deli d he i ire Ahi in is Kim i the c Verh aug mgr c a no v be then. U Bdl Ling their it no to a of Nile to Iping a Ait . To Tim p lit or of a howl. Illus i Ltd a is along the Rand a Dura Tiniou silly of a re the girl was Lull a Man cd a i her heart a so in ii att uned to 3 Nat urls mystery Gnu whisper Mea re in to by a a a Aal to re her sgt i a y 0 jul. Mud Carrie its at Las ii a he read tied Hill a aria. She received a warm Welcome for it re n her Young Friend. F a Ora and Bell irk inc and it Joemei the it the 6 Ped ii j Tim c it for her visit pay it i on re ii in. So soon came around tilt 41�?~iv r her i it turn. She a urged to it a Titi o no her stay b it Roll owing that she wot ,1 lie exp Etc. Homeland that a r i. It a. Arrival w Ould c a use anxiety she was Fin i i a Lier return i to r Emain Over m How a rom Axt in Story ii student a Ltd i la a uses two a on Lull Ai j Oft t a War a car to v of i re b ara5 mid plot Bun d. Ii retain to a r a m a of a ire re i t up i throw re wer a friends they Al i Well re a a w Ere of a. I Lym in id were a re i soc lived in the gather on he Wes l a i i if the re the Mot to toed it i i re a the e from re and was a lie me hassock reports a a a1 As Leal Sty i Alt in App the very easily a said i with a latent the House shrieking with pain. Smile. A my dear i think if your relatives had stayed another week i should have committed a and you told that horrid Story just to get rid of them a a i made that unimpeachable statement with that precise a they were rather trying a confessed Kitty. A and i think they might have helped you a Little when they thought you wore a they will not come visiting Here again a of i quietly. And i was right. They did not. R Geon was summoned and All to and skill cola devise was Dot be Relief but Lor hours lure suffering tens. Tile deplorable Accident resulted in a disease of hip by poor Eva was rendered a cripple j you May rest assured that he a sur at love for her was in finally which for life. In a Railroad amenities. By the la Awre the traveller. A Baldwinsville a tile fast passenger remarked a is no to that w vere Artemus Ward lived did t he use to Winter his great moral show there was t it at the Baldwinsville a Skul Ehouse lie made his great speech on the occasion of the twins a a yes Quot the Man on the Wood Box replied a it was a Down at Hornellsville a the tall thin passenger remarked a some of the boys were telling me about a Young fellow who lost his wife. They took Lier remains to some Remote Point her old Home i believe tor interment. On their Way Back Home the bereaved husband accompanied by the physician stepped off the Tram at a Ai Ming station for a Little refreshment. When they went in they saw a Man at the lunch counter his elbows squared and his jaws working like an electric machine. When they went in he standing about Midway Between the ends of the counter. The physician and the Mourner could t help noticing that every thing on tile counter below the Man was Glt lie cleaned out devoured and every thing above him was untouched. Steadily the Man worked his devastating Way toward the Bountiful end of the counter and other passengers stood Back to see fair play and give the counter a Chance. In time the Man worked his Way Clear and clean up to the Wall lie surrounded the last sawdust Sand Wick lie wrestled Down the last piece of water proof mince pie he choked a Little on the last plaster Paris cast of a doughnut but he got it Down. Then with a profound sigh gazing along the wreck strewn counter he walked away with the air of a Man who had just sacrificed himself for the Good of his fellow men saying in tones of triumphant satisfaction a there by Gaul the next fellow til at comes along Here will fresh a cured of scolding at Fri Jet ure. Certainly but a sure one. No one est r heard a Cross word escape Lier lip. Area in but often tears filled a r Eye an i her j Devotion to her injured sifter was attested by Many delicate and Loving attentions Helen limited the Woods and x a Meadows for tile earliest wild Flower gathered baskets of tiny rocks he Lovely mosses ferns and lichens read and mag to Eva caressed her tend err us i trying a so vainly to make amends for past unkindness. Helen soul i ire a it r be Nappy again. She wort a sad Taco and her heart was sadder still aching with bitter remorse anti unavailing regrets. The neighbors and school children clubbed together and purchased a comfortable invalids chair for their Little favorite Eva and during the pleasant Spring Days Helen took a Mournful pleasure in Wheeling her sister around the Yard under the lilacs the Rose Bushes the Cherry and Apple Trees. Grateful smiles were her Sweet Reward for Eva s was a forgiving heart and though a daily sufferer during the few years she lived the Little invalid was Ever patient and uncomplaining persons often remarked a what a pity her Bright Young life should have been thus overshadowed Quot they could not see that Darker invisible Cloud which brooded Over Helen a spirits Helen a Home Helen a lib and All the sad result of a needless display of ill temper. Dear children never scold never ill treat a brother or a sister. You kno a not tile sorrow it May cause. A be sunbeams Quot like Eva it you would be loved Lovely Aud Happy. A Little children love one Obs i Rev. Ated time. Mrs wore on until nearly night i. However before she mounted the impatient snowball who had been Whin Nying to her Young mistress for several hours evidently thinking it a grand min eke to be and to a re re so Long in mute expectancy of a Start Home without having the slightest attention paid to her wants meanwhile. Butt la All was in re relies fire a Start Aud with Gay a Good bus Quot tire girl started on her journey. Flora and her accompanied her to the attain Pas. Then they and touching snowball a or pious ening at Ait Hiest Man in appeared in ire to Quot who etts. She was j ree in saying in was pretty. J Wert sni it ten i my for the first Tim in their lives a feel Oire of Enserao recent a a in a tween the in. Flit natures of the two Young men were a entirely ii of rent. One was Frau. J a the Day while the other w.t Tare Aud reserved. Both paid court to lady Bat she so in manifested a choir tire More Frank character and they came engaged turn for be t 1 it re get i lid a Arm Currie Mal in words Iii. Of la. Mourn a Henry it the Iii i Back \ v. Till t ii along i was i i in it Ful i is it to Ere ived v. By h Crati fac to her me a in Are i he Defeated suitor it Iem Lislap ointment resignedly ionic and the silent tor Wren ies. While i by the girl the i Fin was a i re whip d re t be the wind. A Nap or red Rosy lips As she to t Ancon it re a it the g. Jut of she reached ice which i have mgt to ii Ngau to slip and sire Dis own t a. J adding that he lied to a lady of in in it St i death blow so of rubbed and so c reveal the tra suitor was at for Revi to Complete by it letters were re oncoming her Lover feeling that he Wailly one came in bidding her Farewell was about to be Mark. This proved Alto the girl but she Gilt in every Way to us of Grid my and i if Lii Ryc in fish a. Ate the. It tie Duke of Butch in h a dj0.4 a re acres la in Willoughby do or so a i a juju Earl Fitl William id a Quot it. Tho of forty eur other gentlemen an i Nook a in n vary from Pmj to up to St. J j # acres. The ports Ino util weekly reports Little satisfaction among or it re to i a a t sugar beet in that j. It of new ii to hire this year the not in n at Ara re Sui i of a first Ven lure which it think experience and Ial proved in Tho in of it u. Tore in a change. A it at should to raised t or ail old horse. But n to fur a Young Opp or canse the fur in tire ugh a an 1 Tive Teeth can not Chew them pro a y lib Young horse can do s i an 1 Thev in a Ain Urc thus properly mixed with sativa a Btl tur Ned into whole tile Mobile. Ala. A t q t i e r r�rekm3 treat <�?�>0 dim la u i. P r a tie this year by i of r what they exp cd ted t it get for them and it urges that p it of t his let a put into the establishment i Irea Rei ii in tor i s in the South especially of r thu irom seed Cotton. Kind treatment lid very care Are due to an animal from whose St vice derives such important b often does Man forget the a n fit but to it it j il0 Ishii univ it her s St known t besides it a of the i its Manv be in aver. By the la cd id at name at it rear. Or wed ailed re ii re re a is a doable of Rev Luti of both of can be Obsi Mon spy g to it Miar w sic ally con great Bear familiar Only need by one idea of the a suns As in Iii ire when the mid in the handle of the dipper. Quot the arabian astronomers Mizar be Star the two having a period a about the common Centre sixty years. I his Star to be double by a com a Small Star seen near la the fete i the v wit nailed with t Ani an hav in a a is not any stars in the of t r e Earth Menon pre hut a faint a Ere by two ise wit mix to rising and a thing both appearing in the sky at the Ime time or one alone causing Day and re other below the horizon. Int he g re i a nebulae o one of i hem Centre the n White nut ret i it Bear there Are two sing Cloud like patches of by to Bright spots in t an o re till Titer the Defeated in proffered fix ii. Did i tall crouching position Bland crept silently in ing ii leather strap from struck snowball a Savre inning Man it it figure Rose i rom its Reb us Roadside a had her. I raw i pocket ire Low with it. A Man e reared a mad e w As a Ltd Ltd to envelopes for correspondence first came into general use in England shortly after the establishment of the Penny Post in 1840, and not Long afterwards the custom was introduced in this country. Machinery for their manufacture was patented by George Wilson in 1844, Aud by e. Hill and Warren de la Rue in 1845. Lad finally in a fit of pique idol. Had this been the he Story there would be nor a it was not Long after the wedding before the Lover returned. He could not be in a in to believe that the one he loved was false by nature. He reasoned that there was cause for change and like a sensible Man he commenced the task of unravelling the mystery. Alter much rouble lie obtained an interview with the wife in the Abs Nee of her husband and As an answer to his up i braiding she showed the letter of renunciation. She was happier than she had been in Many Days when she Learned a hat the letter was a forgery and that the Lover hid always la Een True to her. Sire at once renounced her husband anti soon Opportunity offered and lie procured a divorce Anil was United to Lier first an i Only love. The husband an i wife settled Down in tins City and Here he enjoyed a Long and successful care a and w Hen he died full of years and Honor he was surrounded by his wife and family. Tile false Friend who by his wicked machinations had w Rought so much sorrow removed to Lansingburg where he became a physician of note. He afterwards remarried and his posterity to Day occupy honoured positions in the state. In two family bibles in this City the marriages Are recorded among the archives. To perform not Only to a but toward those Dom to Providence has entrusted to own welfare. Twelve quarts of milk a common for Kerry cows til Briti a Breeds by Breed record when thu rim a Peri. They i red it of s Secra. T a Givel Ai wre no sin Asea i v. Re eks. Rev be Era re to Zut ii Whit to. E form with a 0-. Although so interesting it Irant of the Northern Iati from its a Etu iness and its s visible yet it is never seen Reding South of the Equator. Ii they rejoice in beholding Ilion of the a toss even it a less to the safety of Navija a extern ton of Commerce Anre than the in at and Little constantly adorn the n it rth a Young lady who was writing to a confidential Friend stated that she was get something i not engaged but that she saw a Cloud Alowe the horizon about As i suppose Porter a the fat passenger Man s hand. Large As a i lie frightened animal snorted wildly and the re started off on run. In another moment i sight. 1 it a turned and saw a do. Malignant face the expression of a get so bait Ful eyes made Lier heart stand still belonged to a huge negro who had been discharge irom the Tarn a few reeks before for misconduct and who had gone away vowing vengence. Since that time a nightly watch had been kept upon Tho out buildings lest he might make his threats Good by some act of incendiary so but no thought of personal danger had uttered their minds. Now however As Dora met his , yet triumphant look she Felt intuitively that Lier life Hung by a thread. She was alone with him Aud unprotected. Evening had already Hung her Dusky veil Over surrounding objects and the Moon whose Silver Crescent was showing its timid Ligpit from behind a passing Cloud gave but a More dismal appearance to the spot with its weird atmosphere of ghostly memories for they were near the haunted Pond. A Pedro she said with an Effort for a Fine Sermon Tom much obliged sorry the words seemed to freeze upon her lips i can to repay your kindness in preaching s l you. I a ask ing you to stay to our comm Union. Can t though you know because you be never been a ooh done to concern yourself about that. Jim i receive the communion at your hands As you have never been the grocer offered him a cold Ham but lie said head rather not take the cold shoulder from any one. As to it London lit i t it Tim the Cele which was tree oldest two it ruts. Jon he Jei Quai on n flush a my although h can an my a a a ago the Pride of it Barie to Dupre a tie is in Cut yes Missy a he answered with a Grin a a it a me. Seems to me tables is turn now. Tilings la ail go my Way now i a speck Young mass res a looking Fer of now i reckon. Ilex in have to i of come with me and he sized her roughly by the Arm. With her senses sharpened by terror Dora thought of stories she had heard pm ii had a Centi a in eng tie Noble owner and tree la cat of the District. I dimension Are As follows in cum , three feet from the ground. 4j feet spread of branches from North to South 85 feet from e i t t a West s8 feet. A member of the Onondaga club cited an instance of destruction of the foliage of an Orchard by Worms and consequent change of Tho bearing year. He urged the advantage of removing part of the fruit Early in the season to the end that the Trees May not b Rome so exhausted by an Over crop As to require a whole season to recruit their wasted energies. Deacon 8 i. Bailey aged ninety nine who has lived seventy two years on the same new Hampshire farm entertained a crowded Hall at tile Washington town fair by singing a sacred Sonj of his own composing and Captain Charles French a Sportive youth of ninety six Summers brought Down the House on dancing a Quickstep to a Lively piece of music by the band. A correspondent of the London times taking a car w window View As he journeyed from new York to Boston observe that can has been Well nigh driven out by Western Competition git to butchers meat. In their Stead Are pre diced milk butter vegetables and fruit and he thinks it a a lesson for englishmen. Let them turn their attention to Market gardening and Dairy in t Ile matter of Ages. Or. Walt Whitman we gifted with frosty locks come to sixty years a i Tell this Story of i was in a Street car in Day not Long a \ when came aboard. Ile was a respectable looking fellow been imbibing pretty Liu a Down beside me and stared in to hitched a Little close Forward to look in my face for fun but i never i just looked As Stern and Iii As possible. But he Mollie Ana hitched Agal a. Ire not ear i ten. Ret to i Finai leaned it ready noticed him approachable and grinned his face close in a voice Husk but to my ear then loud he said a a and a an Bow oui Are yes the passengers smiled but i never noticed him just looked solemnly out at the opposite window. The Iri Man thought i a Aas deaf so he raised his voice and shouted a an a How Ould Are yes a sir or a i exclaimed turning on him fiercely. By Down. A a How Ould arc right in my ear. Of it hat Hap horse car every yet enc adv Wrens not to tie put by yelled he t i in a new York would have screamed out laughing but Philadelphia folks will lie proper it they die so they Only smiled in Hind their handkerchiefs. I turned round to the fellow and looking As Stern As Ever i could said slowly a i am one Hundred anti thirty live a his under jaw dropped he Sank Back in his seat and Uever Pike again. Jay Gould a Success in managing railroads is explained by the fact that his father used to keep a switch for his Especial Benefit

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