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Bloomfield New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - April 15, 1879, Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaVol. Xiii. New Bloomfield ra., Tatj Ebay a Rii 15, 1870. No. 16.the times. An Independent in mlle Newn paper it pm Unwin a a or Tom or fit. Mortimer amp 00. Huihui Iii Tion i1 kick. of Mitt Goa hit Moi the. Looter of tub not but one a Quot or inet Iidro. Ii w a flux month. Toss ate included. M invariably in and Vangei a a Hull. A advert inns rate furnished opon Appll-$e1e�t, poet y. A novel discovery. Gnu Luht i Quot girl Quot he tat the hour Vna late lint merry Chat had whiled the hour lie growing hold at Laate need her baud to hold. Neon Rlou Ahe appeared that he had taken Tom food Leherty i a late with Joy at i ural toe to of privilege be clasped her Waist her perfect Waist Quot two Hundred Bonce at Parle made by Montleur Jone a a nor met repulse the bold care., but till the Sweet . A a Dearest a he Eald and closer Drew the willing form a a i Nerer Luew i ally till hours of Callow Clown a a that woman rib up and Down in the Deacon d Hasty proposal. A a t wonder he did t take Trio Par-1 huh a mused the Ca Oono a housekeeper a the Datoon drove off alone to the Anu jul conference. A a he a Eom i noisily Muster thoughtful Lxi it Lookin out for Folk. Whitt a husband he was in yen Asa l Homie Hud Lieen a Good Hun hand. All the neighbors agreed with mrs. Dubbs in that particular. Me had waited upon bin funny invalid wife dying by Nohen for thirty yearn making her an Happy an she would let him and when her summons Caute he had closed her dying eyes tenderly saying even with tears 41 poor sufferer she is Iretter off a that he was better Oil he never hinted by word or look. He wore his widower s weeds with sad decorum he reared in memory of the Dean Rcd Lucinda u Monument which the most fusty Dalgus deceased might have envied he grieved faithfully for the full allotted year of mourning. If now from the ashes of the funeral pyre like his Cathe Rednose Snake of fable lie was springing up with re unwed youth and freshness was it not Well y in truth though he and not seen it to condo this fact to mrs. Dubbs Deacon Phon Nix had slighted the minister deliberately and with malice aforethought. Nor was u of the conference he was thinking that fragrant Juno morning As he whirled away Lucking the Lugt Robe Well about his Glossy new for oboe in his hitherto blameless life he was assaying to hide the secular underneath the spiritual. He did not mean to go straight to meeting it was his wily intention to make a Waldo circuit and Call on mias Olive Wayne tin the town of Chester. He had a quest Lou to ask her and did not want the Parson with Hui he Bojied he might want hint later. Pretty cheerful Olive How fond he had been of her year ago when she attended school. If he and not then been in love Ului Luluda he was sure he should have fallen la love with her Mere child though she was. He had never lost sight of her and he thanked Providence that he had been enabled by Money and Lull Utice to help her family Over some hard places. Please lion the dear girl should henceforth have in easier life. Clirel Why Little Olive must be Lifty. The Good Deacon laughed at the butnus lug recollections. Well Sha would always a Cebu Young to him. And As for himself at sixty Odd he was a Bale Man yet be could jump a live rail Fence a Well Asho Ever could give him his thoughts continually reverted to Olive a a patiently devoted to her la valid father. Rho should bring the old gentleman to his House if she wished or he would provide for i maintenance at her brother a. He was in cell nil to consider that the Littler plan. The Money would lie an object to Reuben. In these cogitations the morning passed and noon Ftp nil Deacon plan enl at the Little hotel in Chester. Impatient of delay after a Hasty dinner he set out almost immediately for the Wayne Homestead. Arrived at the spied mias Olive at the window and alighted with a Youthful agility not altogether prudent in a Man who Lead twinges of and yet strange inconsistency of Pitt Man nature a lie dallied at the hitching Hgt St and afterwards with ills hand on the very Knocker he paused to scan the Distant horizon is i Hough to conic mainly fur a View of the miss Olive Oji eyed the door her Cheeks flushed like Inte oel Otier peaches. The would not have been a woman had she not divined the Deacon s tender Mission proclaimed by every detail of ills immaculate Toilette by Hie grasp of his hand by his nervous sex dec tent and moreover miss Olive was an attractive woman not unversed in lovers ways. 44 Happy to see you or. walk in Quot said she hurriedly ushering him into the sitting room where her aged father dosed lit his armchair. 14 who is it Olivey said Hie old Gen to Etna waking with a Loewll Decd stare. 44 or. Pure Nix father. You Reinem Lier or. Pc Eula in a sure.4�?T 44 i done to know As i do Quot said he query loudly fumbling with Tom guest s outstretched hand. Quot what s become for Olivey the Deacon looked As if he were suddenly feeling the hot weather miss Olive was positively feverish hut she deftly avoided the troublesome question by diverting her fathers attention. His Peppermint Tea was ready a would he not drink it y As she hovered about the invalid straightening his Footstool arranging his pillows steadying the cup while he drank or. Pho Max regarded her adm tingly. How Young she seemed still. Not a Gray thread in her Golden hair scarcely a wrinkle in her face. That was because of her excellent disposition. He waited till she and toothed the old Man into slumber Theu lit a direct Manly Way introduced the subject that Lay next his heart. Miss Olive interrupted him by an eloquent glance toward her father. A a he is very childish and dependent. He canutt do without a a let me help Cate for him miss Olive my House is Large my Means Are 441 could to or. Pawn la a it is like your generosity to propose such a thing Bull Havu him a Burden on 44 Why bless your Oul Olivo do you suppose 1 should consider u Friend of yours a Burdeny 44 Yuu Don t know How trying poor Fuller would be to any body but his own daughter and i think be is Likely to live to a great age As grand father 44 for that very reason then a 44 besides it would make him wretched to take him front the old 44 hut Olive Quot 44bo, you see i m engaged or. A but Nix Quot said miss Olive playfully White she winked Uway a tear. Quot i m engaged. You must marry some lady who Isnit. And i to get you la be As Happy As you deserve to be Quot she added with a Little tremor springing up to adjust the cur laiu. La vain lie tried to Bend her to his wishes Ahe revalued outwardly Hrut a the Hearth alone at her feel till it length he arrived at the unwelcome conviction that Ahe had no liking for him or Ahe would have a Laened to Bis pleadings. Bhe Hud interposed the old Guti the Ruuti merely As a sort of cd Ahtu to soften the blow of her reject Lou. If to took a smiling leave it tut because Pride tugged at ills facial Muscles for to Tell the truth he had never been More Tsap polluted and chagrined la his life. Of what Avail the stylish equipage upon which to had plumed himself y was it not bearing him on to the Tomb y and Why should lie wish to prolong this earthly pilgrimage what further attractions had life for him a lonely old Man nearing seventy y hardly conscious of the reins he and driven some Miles it an once when Henl Niort Over or. Tor rey brother of the deceased Lucinda who Wah walking behind his car Range up a Long ascent 44 doing in conference a Quot asked that gentleman after a Exchange of greeting. 4�?~ did t you come a roundabout Way a Quot 41 i m inclined to think i did a a us seated the Deacon with a prodigious show of Candor. 41 a round Laius Way and a hard Way. Is your wife with you a Quot 44 yes and the widow Vance. I have to foot it up Hill you see. House step i Ted on u rolling Stone Buck apiece and lamed himself Quot 41 your Load is too heavy let Elsler Torrey ride with hut sister Torrey i Wing nervous like Lucinda before her and mortally afraid of Iho Deacon s spirited was in in the end or. Vanee who nestled into the vacant sent. The was a gushing Young widow whose mitigated grief manifested itself in certain coquettish Hows of Pale Lavender. Kite protested that site Felt already acquainted with or. Pc null through her late husband to whom he and been so kind. The was so glad of this Opimo Tumulty to thank him. The should never cease to la grateful for the Many favors he and conferred upon her dear Charles Etc. In the morning the worthy Deacon would have smiled inwardly at this effusive panegyric. This afternoon lie hugged it like n poultice to his aching heart. It soothed his wounded self Dove and inclined him toward ills fair eulogist to whom he recounted pleasant anecdotes of her Luis band s boyhood. Indeed he made himself so agreeable that she was rather sorry to reach Church Volle where the whole it arty were Cor Tell ally welcomed at the House of or. Zen As Torrey. A proud Man was or. Ploc Nix. He would not for the world have had his recent disappointment suspected by ids wife a relatives and during those three Duys of conference lie carried himself with a Resolute cheerfulness that some limes out of meeting of course verged a it on riskiness. Mra. Vance told or. A Eviae Torrey that he was 44 just splendid Quot which compliment air. Torrey repeated to him with Aslyn Liliant smile hinting that if he thought of marrying Aulii he need not search for a he looked confused and hotly disclaimed any matrimonial Intel thou. As to the Young widow was he not double her age y would june join hands with december i alas what an insignificant trifle can turn the scale of human destiny hut for a horses right fore foot Deacon a Humli might have returned to his Home on the Morrow a he had left it a fret Man. It was the lame horse that kicked the in uni mud decided his of Friday morning that meddling que uni a having been found Lauier than Ever the Deacon could do no less than offer to escort mrs. Vance the could do no less Ilian to accept the offer gladly. By some mysterious Law of Aeq Elices this led to a second Otter and a second accept auce Aud almost before he knew it Deacon 1�?Thu Lux bail pledged himself to escort the widow for use. When after gallantly depositing his promised Bride at her own door he was alone with i thoughts he Felt a Little surprised at his own Precipitin by but he told himself Over Aud Over again what a fortunate Man he was How Liap by he ought to be. Contrary to by usual custom he had acted from impulse Aud the result was highly satisfactory. Quot highly Salis fac. Lory Quot he repeated to himself of he a based the Entrance of the which led to mls a Olive s. Quot somehow his reflections w Ere less cheerful after that. 1 i Hupy the Chilly rain Storuik just setting la depressed him or per Bap it was the empty Hearse that he met face to face for the Best of a have our a pers Lulious. Certain u la that As he alighted from his buggy that evening with weariness of limb and Limp Ness of Lluu Ida countenance led mrs. Dubb to fear the meetings had not been profitable. Next morning thanks to the ungracious weather he a aroused by Scala to tortures. To an elderly gentleman newly Lietar Nabed to a Blooming indy greatly his Junior such in Awakening was he cull arly trying lie thought ruefully of the Early visit he and promised mrs Vance. Should these my no increase he must defer it indefinitely or Limp into her presence on crutches an alternate too suggestive of advancing age. Flattered As he was by the widow s accept nude he could not deny lint it placed film in n i cml Ion in some respects irksome. It admonished id that he Hail no further right to infirmities that henceforth it was his Ixia Den duty to lie a Young is he could. The reflection wearied him the clutching pain wearied film. Mrs. Dubb afterwards said she had never seen him so out of sorts As Oil that evening when she look in ids mall. Among the letters was one that caught ills Eye at once it was us follows 44 Kaii Friend a my poor dear father is it rest. He was seized with porn Lysol the morning after you left us und passed away painlessly in it few hours. How Little 1 exit noted tills event when to talked together 1 my hands were full then now they Are very it nifty. My work Here is done if you still think i could in aka Happy lie kind Friend who has always Lieen our lieu Factor. 1 should be glad to see you. 44 yours sincerely Quot Olive or. Pic Nix read this missive re read ii shut it into the Hoisik of Job Safe from prying mrs. Dubbs and drummed uneasily on the closed Bible. What a predicament must he thrust Tiack upon Olive tills gift for which he had so lately sued y must he thus Humble her a he writhed at the thought. Must he thus Humble himself y Hutterer than All must to relinquish this tried Friend of a lifetime having reached life a autumn must he reject its mature mid appropriate full for the rhubarb Aud greens of springtime alas yes lie must fulfil his engagement for was he not an 44 honorable Man Quot Ife would write at once to Olive a candid statement of the Case. Hut while he idled at his desk on the Morrow or. Torrey came to ask the loan of a horse till his own should he in running order and the Deacon Laid Down his ien with a Sigli of Relief. Feeling that he ought to Tell his lir other la Law of his contemplated marriage at dinner he led the conversation Back to the conference and mrs. Vance. 4�?~ by. The Way i met the widow this morning Riding with John Vance Quot remarked or. Torrey casually. You remember him a the brother next to Charles y he a just come Home from California with his pockets Quot a a 14 yes. Should t wonder if he took the widow. Home say they re engaged of course he Deacon knew letter than that nevertheless he delayed his tender confession. And he did not write the letter. Time enough for that after he Hod it Ald mrs. Vance the promised visit. The latter lady had certainly the in get claim upon his attention. Unfortunately several Days of tormenting pain ensued during which the Deacon s patience was Pul to a pretty severe Teal but he was at last Able to seek the object of his Hasty Choice. He found her in the door Yard playing croquet with a Tail Well die Saed gentleman. Quot to Happy to see you Deacon Ihfe Nix Quot cried she with voluble embarrassment. 44 and so glad to introduce or. Vance Drar Charlea brother. Do come 441 Hope my tardy coming does not seem . Vance Quot sold be with affable formality while the stranger hastened to a suddenly it called a gag ement. 441 have not a 4 no of no Quot broke in the widow nervously. 44 1 have not Lieen Well. Otherwise our present interesting relations Quot 44 of or. Pub Max a interrupted she throw lug herself upon a Cricket at his feet. 41 do you know i am so afraid i am not the one to make you Happy a and my friends say that the discrepancy in our Ages is too great. Ought i to marry against their Wiabel 44 you must decide that question dear Adaui Quot responded the Deacon with suppressed eagerness. The Finger of Providence a in this. He held Bia breath to Tucako sure which Way it pointed. 44 then if you Don t mind very much. Deacon i he Nix perhaps it would he better for us to part As Friend. Of dear i Hope you la forgive me if 1 have done anything the dealt it on a greatly pleased with the turn that Ulf Hora were taking hut did not make any expression that showed i satisfaction. He simply replied 4�?~ Madam perhaps we Oug it not to refuse the guidance of Providence and it seems a though the Way was made Clear to us just in time to prevent our stepping into the wrong path. I therefore accept your decision and we will part a you say it is Needles to say How promptly the Deacon acted upon the suggestion in Olive Wayne a letter because every Masculino rentier knows How quickly he would have presented himself too had he Lieen in similar situation hut it May lie Gratifying to our lady readers to know that in proper time Olive took up new duties under the Deacon s roof Anil the Deacon never ceased to congratulate himself on ids escape from the consequences of Iii ii Asty tii Pohal. curiosities. A marriage was brought about under difficulties by two inmates of the Columbus Asylum for the Blind. They stole out slyly found their Way to a clergy Man and were United. The Bride returned for her clothing and was imprisoned in a second Story room hut she made a Roie of sheets Slid Down to the ground anti rejoined her husband. One of a a tar of lovers in it. Cloud min it., could not understand Herman and the other could not understand King Lush yet they managed to come to an understanding on the question of Matrimony. The difficulty in the Case of a Troy burglar was his incarceration in jail but the girl induced a minister to go with her to the prison and perform the ceremony. The bridal tour a deferred for two year. The parents of a Han Francisco girl were willing and the opposition came from the family of the Young Man who was locked in ills room a prisoner by his father. To the girl drove to the House at night and helped him to escape thus reversing the usual conditions of an elopement. A a a Carlos use of photography. The London Quot news Quot report that the Hank of France has for some time past employed a photographic detective to examine suspicious document and More recently a placed an invisible studio in a gallery behind the cashier. Hidden in hand some heavy curtain the camera stands ready for work at a signal from any of the Ashleys the photographer secures the likeness of any Aua petted customer. It is also reported that in the principal banking establishment in Paris several frauds Bare lately been detected by the camera which under some circumstances exercise a a Harper vision that the human Eye. Where an erasure a been made for instance the camera detect it at once let the a pot be Ever so smoothly rubbed Over while a word or figure that to the Eye has been perfectly scratched out is clearly reproduced la a of the document. Whales Shew a Northwest passage. If Artic exp Orara have not discovered a practical Northwest passage whale havens is shown by the fact that whales have been captured in the North Pacific 1 Ocean having Harpoon that were thrown into them on the other Side of the continent. Captain Bauldry of the Helen mar of Han in Nelson has taken a whale having la it a urge Flint liar Poon supposed to have been put in by natives of Cape it ambrust or the regions beyond the Mouth of the Mackenzie River because the natives living to the Westward of that River never use Auch weapons but always Bone or Iron. A More positive evidence i found in the of Lect that the Captain of the Adeline Lobba took a whale in the Artic with an Iron in it which bad been thrown the tame season in Hudaon Bay. This i known to be the Case because the Iron bore the Mark of a ship at the time engaged in Wal it lug in the Hay
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