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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 26, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioA t’AP.ER FOR "THE 1ftIELiO-N''--INOEPEMOEM IN ALL    NEUTRAL    INiNOTH *    V'    _    .. VOLUMK X.-NO. 7.CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MOIINING, AU(H ST 2t>, lx52. iNG, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. jfli'i'tfii Eiilf. .ukkiuiyJvT St MIK'AS UIK mrm juislr«f_ >' flit tiji.i mk * lAn iiall licll*—ft riftttur i>{ hoi.iV fi'i t ..¡...11 tl.|. liiril .no«-.-il,r joy. ■“¡i..'''»'""- ‘ ‘'’.““J    ' ilo-A - till riujt of ail iron    r i .    , i tillo*. iiiM mi>rniii'.{. .Moro ihau to linioli anuy tlio toi: tlul no my I vi H. That « a my fiiat ami riioii Hi tar n a, a fault nhioli J.' ill ua*«lo—"iH hdore •    \ iiiLust. ,Kt . tnimfta ufttDix th ry nliore Oiii' tiling moro, at (ho ol ay, nith a loll .ably stuuly voioo. My I tiiriio-' Iho lallo.t ami .troii»oat one in the n-hool; [ami iuijimod hi» iiftmo. He niufirat ftttraot-'■ Iv thakilig hu lioml. i»lor w t ami Ihraah him ! oii by hi» »nrol nlto voioc. ami then iiltoroaleil formo yil. “Woll, you ksTH't tout | «uiiliui:faco ami ........   ••.\o,    hoiliiln't-    biitthofir»t*amy    tliiuRiiejiuiHU.    .    .■    ,,    ■ otúnlav 'ivitli tnolvV do.or ihroatoii. W do. n111 bim|t mo about'    ■    (,.«.1    morniujr    Julian, nul U«kindly; I f O’rom iki. Krleuil of V.or.li. WHY THE FATHER BEOAH TO DRIHK, M LEFT OFF DEWKIHC. uv jyaif myixfc.    <, I’Utr'i.    , luattor, Charley, boy? ' >ai-l a littif curly túroé yoftr old, who rniiio orviiijt into the jwi lor. where alio >at *<w -,,    ,    ,    ,    ...    boldiii"    hi*    two oliiibbv hand, nyaimt Harry lustcued to them. auJ Miid, m a low, ¡ hi. heu.l, ■ \Vlut ia the imitl'or. TI|. ro, bo a aorrow. 11, l„.^anti. drink ft groftt    “/    «rrer    »iUV'    he    MMemnly    ncUimed oi l'll "i ‘“‘'¡■‘"“■-á •'"'n »tfü»*W,í'íl|t,,'lnlhiiihnli»«rt, ftllhítmomoiit. H«»UoteU until, in lea than a vftftr.lho onoejiuihr    ‘ tfieotcd, the t ,l*n«d’Mr. I. , liftuic ul a dflialiawd. Un w«i ^ A^'ieot Wa^ftaUiK ftb-.a.tte I ■! il^||l||lf «Ihllkiiiiilll liiil Affttteid«»t hwAitk «r*. hnf ie>.-.mo,i un ilrtn^h ntftif- to    rii1«mlli^i^    to    íImm' •UI-. III. .till kept lip loiiif apiwarfttteea of ,.io out. He then uncorked the bonle*. and re*pu taliility. and did not lH..at lii« childieft in*aaril them tn hi» Kniwt*. oiee.iii/ himtelf milj icijila.l till 111 when hi na» intotiai. Yroui tftkinif anv lao-e. lie did not tunch an. in that fttroomut old eaer.chair, hut he hoped that he had taken a utep wbioh would ehan|ie " '    "    '    ”■    dinner loil. hut I von the yoiiiiy -t of them .oou >a* i other drop that a (tr«t ohimi!,- biid come over tlioir papa ; That ni;rlit ho did not »loop an Lonr. Karlv ihiiu tln ir ilwkE liouic.    tjir ntit inuniing hi went out, foun«l. uid I    '^fned thepiedjte of Tli/af ./jtfierce from‘'all I’ llll II.    that pan inliiiioate!" ‘ Sitl'r, iaidltioolo Marnoret. one day, Mnrparrt wa« loukinir eery tail, nhen he "ploa«0. why won’t yim bny me that iiiiiMiii oauie amin to hu home. Poor lirl, bhe taw dri.. for exeiiiinalionr ’    notbiaa but rain before her father and hie .Mydia. , haul Mariiiift. hadly, ‘ I have a bole family. He lat dow u bv her tide, and mi iiioiicy fur new drco.ie.* now.    Mmketuher        tn.n    h.    k.il 'ífi^ffecdllaeliiiir hiiiikelf hriat down, iuet .all for (he better. Waiuiii<|C with the dinn. • Mkpale, wd. »orrowful.k^iiif CirUrakd thaiwiior. liappj JeekTmrt mo-e andwm llg»iÍyMflih.Ü><ú< arw.tTulfiit tlie t- i^e«|«io<lii««t and ««.liwisttT He dtfUiioBd ■ruBaiw.,..T.jr -------- i-j... .i—a    tnrtow    ui    HAJ    ..    and th.; bes it.or, W the OaUflUt p.jPü_aii .thrir bei^w irruit.i. He reprCtíM'We liitlt! ¡dc'i'till which bad prcrcatcd their appoaraui. at the fettire Iwiard, but thouiib ahtoiit m p'rMuJl_^ Iiioiiey lor new .Irco.yc.* now.    “imkc    to    her inooe affeotouatelV than be had ■ Itiit^wby don 1 papnoyou .umo, like he|,lone fur niontln.    ____________________________ I ■■-Mai’Rnrft. my ilnnirllor.” he »aid, in a irt, a bit of a man of hutinea, a bit of nu I buve made a pruiuiie, agent, a bit of a projector, a bif .of a oily nan. and a bit of a ' r»t cud uim^ÉÍÍL baiiinca». wa» ture Ihgr acre prem ut iii ipint, and w •, _ tbi» impreMÍou be w unid bof; jnuuiihiiiou to ía-ror tbem with a toug—a »ou(t of hearth and hume—a tuiig which had cheered, and warm, cd. and tofUned niaay a kindly and hono’i heart; and with tbi» liappy Jack *anr—aud ciceedicfly wefl, too. Imt with atort of O'cad. fully luiTicroii» tontimeiil, the highly a|.pro-priatc ditty of Mi/ Atn I'lrrnde. Happy Jack wa» of no particular prof.-.ion; he wa* a bit of a /if/crn/car, a bit of a jouitial- mg him that hr i* to lait half an hour, and then vpiiiUto ynnrruithor nboiit it." ■*o saiiui. ill- went down tlairs, nt tlire.-li.p:. iTii tear- omooiutii Harry . o\it airalii. "I Ih if I M a. 1*11 .*11.1 .liailli.. II.H lit,''' il Kill. Joi; Dow- ...^        _    Iturry. viiir," i’oor M.i .Miirv’Krown ha. ioiii: III ! 11 ilie rrturniiig priHOttiun. “I ii.od to coast ‘ Sliiiiililu't wonder,' said Tom I’Br.i'iia. iahonvoii; but her «o’,U live aluo.y. iu    our    wlieii I was a siiiiiller boy    tbau I nm now, but    ' Well," coiitiuued Joe, doubliug bi» fist luiuils. The Imbil of meiitai pray rr'i., a.    iiu.    I lielieve 1 have lorgotteu    howto maiinp a    iml shiikiiii; it in the f ares of the a..ti'iiishcd toral as bieatbiiig to me. and as cuii.tr.iit.    and    sled; if I van leani sgiiiii. I    shall gctsuiiicbody    rebels, i tell you tin.-, oiieiiiul all of you, the tiie elfeel is lU:, oillitbe l^.iTÍiir al-.'.'IV    to make iiieoiie.’    ’    first one tliiit begin» to cut up asliiilc, or to iiig to tills liiildl lli.w iiraeb ..;ood you have done me. Ti never comp'romii-ed tlicir dignity by taking any uiiticu u£ their aiiiutiiiieiits. .\» they ed with vieiory.exrlaiiiiing •■We’ve wou! we\i c .luinereil! In half an hour they will be ready. Clilfordi* nodding ill his bli'iiiket uml Juba is asleep in the sleiL'li with the liner iu hi. iiionlb. \oii are all read •and now whatever ■Iwill,    .......................... .................................. ............ ur'tbe^lSin^* W'uh im    wish toLeiii.ultCirby “asiwe' I'li ’stout.'* biiiá- it. iinif yon must liot í¡wroit.‘ ¡Íc'íI iemlyoii maiiiiuoil niiJwas eaiiiiiii enuiigh to oivu the theiii i ran*'t.list you, Tom; y to!.n*'nn''Tt e illeei” ' 1'I'l'T o!^Mike ^^^001110'! dou tfiiir. í ollownig giKid .Man’ KiOwiTs boy» ai[ gaipercd muiiud him. "It i» u very ‘ I want l<>ask youuUuut the Imy who came iiurther aud Vaiiiiv to sui'h rioid eeoiioiiiv liir diren-ons. ulwny» loiikiug to ti id. aiid depend, baiidsouie oiio,” said he, "aiid I am uiei\.diiig- with yon fo-da.v. lie is not a iiogiuií the nett t«u year*, a- they have prae ing the Usi two. Ke.t tl.!» sehiwl I _    HIV    oue    li.iitii    iilar .iveisiuii. Tom, if V—-¿ífóflg here, ............  ‘    ■    •    ..... souicUiiilg. f or. eaiiiiot rrpiess Uieir *pi    .. 1.1.. 1 .1    IT,.I 'I... «í.i.e 'I'hev iiiiist have Mime .«lelv valve. I kept ."laallhoy; "we have the ruled Iwoks."    “Hoor fellow I jl 1, really sad.' Aiidtli.it. rijoiutd 1    .    (iiiewas,    when    they'could not keep ‘'¡’lieu what is it for?'' said Harry, with an "Ussir. Mewantfo keep him until his till any longer, to let tliein all ri-e. and eliip cvpi ossioii of wonder.    ediiealioii is fiiii.lied, but be thinks he must .go \V h), it b t‘»íí*rtilc the bf»vi»auJijiri» w ith.'‘ Ihhu»'dtnvtly.” .Not tiicirirls!’ c*t;ÍRÍuicd liarry, - j    • W here i/bi^ hf»me'/’* I... .    ..1    in.. on I, ,o.    <1.1,1          1................. ........ _ astiaiiied lo 'triklfagirl; ami astothc Iniy., ‘ The S;.mlw liieh l.lamls, or one of tlieni.— . I’ *    .    ■    i.       .    ..fiidy. The Sieuiid lull, bow I «islie J Iliad why they aee iiio-t of llieiii larger Ibati I, and 11 is mutlier was a native, uml she maniidnn .oiir violin ' I w.is ill the bad Weather, w lien ihe small ones are, very likely, stronger. -\o. offieerola KreiieU ship whleli was stopping t,i y eoiild lot pl.,y. to let tbem marehall round no, I eaine h-.-.e t.i teai li, not to flog. I 11 do there. ,'s|ie was related to t be royal family — lue’boi-si lor l.i e iiiiiiiili s. to som old iiiiisli, my best to tea. Ii alt that want to be taiigbt. Her bii-biiiid railed liiiiiself.I ulieii .''eaver, or time.— ■Jeffers 01 and l.iln ily. or \aiikee biit tiinse that w..iii to be teriiled. must get .liilieii Nivre as my niiele says it slnoild be.— ll.Knlli-, —wliieliall «lio e.iild whistle were soiiie big;{er 11 an to do it lor them. (.'oiio. II. orut nway with the ship, promising trrr-reiJlMIld to pipe lip,' ■ lour ow II lirigiit iiiveatiou. Tom. ............................. ___________ _____ -..........  .Mr.    Dowiur,’    »aiil    Harryastlieyeaiiieoiit I «a-i« rlei.th    iiiisciiilile when vou eaiue.—    eaiiio tip the bill. H-irry assisting to draw up    o| school that night, 'have you timo to    walk a i;...,h,    v.,,1    ..rs-rii    ec.,i<    .My iiiifle bii.l    been telling iiic'w liai a bad    M ill's large sled, a little boy ran to im-el    lilllo way »itli me?” • I 1 ill ,lo«!i no 1 t-i1k freelv iif »ehoiil I iiiii going to talsi.—bow the bos., bul e tli. ui. earryiiig a large, heavy fci iile, wliieb he Thu happened to be tli-first time due hml s , , Í’. ’v,.., .Ms os sorl'^ ■■    •    Ibeii    leiii-hers,    and    iiisulled    tlu’iii m ii pre.sei,led to the master with a low Ihiw ,    ever been milled .Mistur, ami it pleased him I ' . u.'^i’ II,.-I n,'.. ii.lits,. I I., Iiuiolrcd V aiS. .Now, Tom, louknow 1 am    ".\lv father semis thi» to you. sir. with his    miglitily. He wns gralified    that somebody ' V    r-tf-o.,. Llore mother    *111    í'aii    COW anil V ; [lot    1 am gfotleiiiaiih ; 1 do iiol    respects; he say» you 11 have plenty of use tor    had at last discovereii that lie    had uriived    at my bist fmt bet r th r    -    „ ish to Le iiisultcd hv aseore ol’stoiit. hiiid. it. and you nuisniot í¡wro it. He 11 ieml yon maiiliuoil mid was eaiidiii enuiigli to o'<" 'I'" 111 Tom■ vou will uot    ‘ omitri lads ’one of whom would be uiiullicr when tbi* it worn out."    fact. o.Lt I,..i..'h’x..-h,«.| if I Iiionlliau a liiiiteh fora eity boy. Kut ao« I    Harry itopped aud look the ferule, while the    ’(eitaialy sir." he replied, lio not likt* itk rómíH l t fnir. follouin.; g(*oJ .Mary liiowii s’» all jítUjcrcd HitmuJ him. “It is u very *’I »autU>a»k )uiiubout the l>^y I'    diren.oBs. ulwny» loiikiiig to ti 111. aiiddepend.    Iiaiidsoiiie one,” said he, "aud I am uiei*.ding.    with yon to-day. He is not a    iiogro?’ I'j ir    iiig on liiiii, 1    shall keep lip mv eounig,', and    ly obliged to yonr lather, I »liall have pleiily    ■ Uli no sir; tlipugh the people licee enil him ,    , hill.)    do Mil best.'    '    ol use.Jor it. b.it it sei-iii» to me it would be    mi.uiicI tliiuk veiM- ill of iis bci'mire wi treat ..s.Ki.o.    ■Ol..    iM«..eLu 'Hut- 11,11 ryioiic thing: 1    spei.k to yon like    more eLvenient for ruling copy book» if it    him like o.ic of if o-family. Tlo-y take no uu- Str»'.    I    I    ó    r..    11*    lafi    <    i' 1 a’    t" ul-* «olúirr    I Uavu nereisl    o.ie e^aoipaiitn.—    was jnjfealf as long. If you will cut it *    tice ot him. IH u so miserable bertiiise he is „■ L!, I L. ,0.1 fiiVri,,„ttL'Sbesc .voiingpM.p!el,..rcpro.n-Ams spiiit    n<* lijj^ ' ™.d h. t« NVill I’miry.''1 wiK    hla.-'.. H. lysV-.. «.mrM ofa.H} l^AiJlual 1 'lL„|.. ,r,,    . .,,.L ,1,,,,,! Tbev must Uiigli, or erv. fight, or frolie, or give-y^tlie-dber half for your trouble."    nlloverif be e-lild bv tbaf inuaoa bcumc ge minor, s.c I am only up P. yonr sUoul.    ioe. eimmd remeLü.eir aim ii,. ■ (i'l/.t'. uot to rule ropy Inaik.," e.ied the while. '    T opllo’ good liMikiiig bov of ei'.'btecii. aud u frowrly .velliiO, hair, and .!.v bine eve», a* "-■ «Her wb.en 1 gave them one .....  to    .' ineni.Vive th.«e of the’owls on’ A,...I ^iisper, and one romp,.se hen,selve^.e ore Urn Ann - 'ampler. Kn-ry Inaly think. I am a iiiaa aud oiigiit to know iverytliiiig. while I am so awkward that I do not know where l-i put luy iiuliiciin'p iws or bow t.>ki ep out - f any In ill * way .nt a pnrl.y, or hide my .......... -    ...    .    '''f L I rervlni.ly'».ga/e nt ebiireli. If I eoiild only ncti’aiu'e’eonduions with yo.i, yonr ligiire is perilet sy.miiiitry; your u hoy 1 nine have lime for aiiolber eoast before turn within a ynir; but be iievei eaiiie. ebn-k. "    l\    hen Jiiliei’i was old I iioiiiíli to walk alone *ir.sviniM''i'L'!'n'r.o'. nn''inlii'nl'%/t ""w ^‘iver    ■    V'*‘.    Harry, Lon I wi'be.l I    Winn they enlrrcd the ieliiMl-rimiu tlie boys    he u-e.l logo to nil the vessels that eaiiie in. to L' ', I L «1.1 vr.iir l.-iir falls in'lirioht Lad Mnir viii.., which ever, lioUv but me calls naleiinl to see him put on the awful iliguily iiinnire fur liis father, but he uevcr eould hear el esTim    ,_ni    m.t llatt. r’eve,, my best w bieb they siippos.-.l inseparable irom the ot- of Vim. cliestniilruii ■llab' 1 know it, ’ cried Harry. iu neessive diigU't. I Imik jiist like a v'irl. • .Not at all- you have all manly lu-eoiiipli-b-liieiits, lull ea.i tide, drive feuee. uoil sh-n.t. Besides you are grow ilia, wboeoiild e\peet |o reeover all at oiiee from that I, rrible siek Kut wbat. pray, made you feel all at oue fnendj but I see you guess the Ihiril one. ‘ Ves. tbauk Vfii; and 1 shiill p.iu'list i'. in my sebisd. ' "Do, aii.l it will be ibe '.gliati.oi of umriii-flueiiee." Iliitlbi'lleiirui. King, were tin lice oi si bool-iuaster.aud wbieli iiiuiiy of ilieiii W lieii lie wa» ten years uld bis mother died, neie so uiisiuiistu upset, but hr did not pi;t it    and us he could not’persuade any one tn take oil. He went about s|ieakiiig ginnl iiatiiiedly    bull oil board a ves.sri. lie mauaged to get into I,I eaeh one, eiamiiiing llieir book», ¿¿c. The    my unele » vessel just as sbewm alroilt sailing leriile he pul lutu his desk, sayiug it would    and eoiieeal liimself for several days, till they his    lei-    iiiukeuveiy good hat wbeu they bad a g-aiiie    were far from luuil. when be eiiiiie out. almost siiiali te.»    vol. read to    111.’    of ball.    starved. .My unele beard bis story aud pitied ■ I'lic same. He is uii'i.pliuii, w L'i ssipports    l.verytbiiig wi ut on vi ry smwilhly, aud the    him very iiineb. "ttbrVn.-le Sol bis iiiM lo-eii in be e a-id kiiiiself by wo, king on a faini, an.1 studies nil boy» wi’ru letoiit for tlieir muriiiiig’leeesi.—    He bi’oiiL'lit him lioiiic to be educated, and he _'    '    J    .    .    hu leisure; neeepts no pn.iiiiiary a-siataiiee. .V» they were about starting for ii eoiist. liar- say» lie sbiili bu treated «jike a prince uml n 0.1.0.  ............. .............. and    iueur» iio obligation,    11.-    is’ill,    smallest    ry l aiii'e riiuiiiug out, w ith his eap iu bis baud,    ge’ullemaie, as be is—at luiat be should nut be (aptani.SeomoiiD.Mira^^^^^    and    th- .i.i,*:test    Is.y    i.i    seveiiteeii    that I    ever    aiid laughing.    .limiiied on iw-eoiint of bis-.oolor. Kut you Doiibtie.-s ye ai' tin rolling up III» fiuulv besije bis uose —born lor a lea.liT. riie euuiitry will    "1 deelaie.. ' «aid he,’'1 am afraid to star eauiiot foiie¡pitipié. They say be i» a uegro, ■- .... I v,:*.!..,,! -h*ll in.    Tu'./’h    find liiiii out when she is wanting one. ’    .Now    w itb so many girls, you iiiuvt    take me willi    and the oiilv oiu. iu towu, H*.j# uevor invited CMrirnie;hrV.sa^^^^    we mii-t go. Cliiford shii'.e- liis bills,    luid    you,"    any where willi the other bow. luele did get avf it \n«h ifai’rv T’im LMiiiif t»t.* JuU i" b irkinii. Mfllukc tRc Muliii, luiil    '1 liobo\s raUeJ a bhoul of UiurnuíCiit aud him lui*» t!i<*    ^i*Uo()í.    Hu reads music h ill AiuitPtlil’iiir tK'ii i’ti t 111.    liiihT tiafH    Ilf    JdIiu Hfum I will ifU^ hall llif f vriiihfr.    'I’lir    ulíired him a dwuii biudb ou the    moimiit. Hu    a.s h« Muuld a »tor) . hut he w«u t sit iu the bCne. (irluUho^^    d.-.ru, * Umii> a.ctmuu-Hlo h. Ip maki-    out    :u-’ci.ted the out-hkdoiiged to the    luo.t^ ^ava,:e    «iuuiusseMi. bet-au.t he .at» cveiv body blares mvbov; thev ran t «bine L the si’ile of Itiosi    1    the ihinee ' ■ V!i read). I .iiiiiv ? ’ All ready .' -aiil raui.\. ibrd ’ Vou are the íirst |ier«»n I ever told, but you 11 .loleipk^e liu*. ' IVail.t^t utntrr tbhfu ) Went dottuca^t u hui;di«-d mile*—I with it had beeii a tbmisiud' 1 Ht>fi it had beeu to rimbuetof)! H Acver. I df»ii t f u.e Ut'A ludeed, aiti I have )>*ft eolle;;t'. I í:;!VrsallomMVTim- to mv LhiVíí    '"-li’'»' anTÁla'l lo'i.'ts"" V^.^aeJ w¡tb"io;L LLtsLVl.reha.t b,eu iniateLou tliai    íiñT'' Tlmi^l^^    standing uml dig.i.t.d with eit. noise,. Cli," moruing.fortbre.ateiimgto eomeit overtb’e "TI • \Vp11 mb' li. V ’    I 111    hr ’I till * f nlHiut tik    ■    '    ’iHier    tlmn    luu.    the    U    u    mile?*    u hieh liUle new master. He had eoliie to scbiKil with ■    '    •    ■    '    ’    ■ light llieiii to Sim,e Holder s. in the iieai- bitter and irriuted leeliiig», but Hnrry s reri p. Alt reuJv, mother; ' "Ml riady," said inofber. drive . .si fully. ” • I lb, M ( liff.ird is nlwais e \i,.l An. til. . u.e all a.iil iuoi'u-e-luokiiig boy. in the xhuul. t’laie a* hii •Man», the sun of .\lr. Mari» who had m-iU liar-    "W bo 1» yonr uncle, .Mr. Downer?" ry Ibe ferule. He and hi» three brothers were    ‘ Uli, he is the ('ommitlee, L'aptaiii Dow- c’liisUnlly seolde.land beaten by then father, ner. ” 'r.iiii,    dear,    w ho though iu oilier riapeels a ’very ginid and    "Indeed!    Well 1 thoiigiit that man must sriitihlemail believed it to belli» duty to pimisli    have a noble heart. I tliai.k you fur llii» iii- ifnl. '    every offeuee .severely^ ami »o iiiaiia’ged Ibeiii.    furmalioii.    W c iiiu.«t talk agiiiá alwut it. Will with iiiirri    that little of love or umliies» wa.« lelt iu their    loii eunic in    »oi lelime». iu the eveiiiug.to »e« Tliauk Mill sir. H.kiiI uiglit, sir." Itwasa mild, djni.ary iiioniiiig. Afterthe liuol, it begun to  ............ _    ^    No-  l.r-t «lone 111. cdt.    be pmk the guod-natureil ina>l’er i n his sled inniv went out furtlier than the ball. Harry Mis, s-.ni.-r» alini st lost her l-.ea'li, and while  ........... re-pictlully waileil for them Inard an ertensive rustling, -and Imikeil up iiuile loslnU i.-mage. "’I'lim. Jea, i» ilie .oil loieftiiolf. Harry .«et up a g.ami liiirrah as fmm llo-sum be was rorieitiiig. The «niall Ipiitemíe? ’ Hint :-iie,    Ibe. went ofl. ill wbieli be wn» jiiim by the cnildreii were thrusiiug llo inselve» into all ' Oil, niiile sale, crie.l I'.im, coiifideiill.. eiitl;e trimp.    ’ imaginable altitude», in'order to obtain relief Hut, ion see, ,Mra. Siiim-i-. be isjiist liU’ a 'Vuiiiinve a capital ileil. ami 1 um very from the the pain proiliieed by coiitinilimg too rliild; lie is in a hurry U) SI ,, bom., a ; liii. H mneh ohl.ged to .on. saiil Harry to I larc a’s long in one [losturc. iei nis aw eek to bim’»ÍMi.|. wc eanoi iii t.uvu. lie" iissisteil him to draw up the slecl.    They    looked iiiisi rable ami ill.liallired. a» I shall bring luu home with OIJ I’omp, wboiii ' foliare welr-nni. to the use of it any time.’’ tlioiigl’i a fight or a wbilipiiig would be prefcr-" "    said Cbire. laughing, •ami 1 II take a i’.iggiiig able to the eraiiipeii ami wearisome aitliatioii in I oil kii.i Oh, u’s.’’ Mrs. Sjuiers;' I am liardlv ae- loi pay. '    '■    wbieli    lliei    were    be!J. oil .lilh I'lifforil yrl."    '    ’    Just    think    of    it    now    ."    said    Harry;    "I    am    ‘    I’oor    cbildreii    I”    said    Harry,    eompa.s-iou- iiui proilin.'.l ftiagreeaiiic imp-es.-ioi; bi-i i Ua i aim me r »,is n.m., « noiii ii ry nan thi;. tiebuvi i » 'ii g • at p.opi n ly Jiiriut the all his litefn inly In lievcd to be tn. nimt bi.in-ilav, and iilMio^li I watei,.-.! ii -ivoii-li. 1 tifnl, gentle, iinj swe,! |.ii.pe.i. | ;id m tlie eoiild lind i.-.opA iuuiiy to use ihe fer'lle.— » ImU- babiiiiloa woild. bu! lit l.mi never -ai.l Tlo.i.ght I. to ninrniv. will any siieh ihiug. a.id had b .-ii i>p, lally be».), be more p^'ti ili. I disniis'e.1 th.. tehonl fill tbau iiw uyesbollld inter it In,in bis lo and ieiiiiiii,|..l to write some copies. W lien the orroudiiet. home «11. still. I iai>. d my eyes lioiii iny wnrk. Du tin» ocfasiou, limvovr,, Hatty looked »u and W.IS siirpnsnlio sei-the lo.iiig men and iiir.'.islibly sweet'iiid paasi.e an ' it waieiieh large boy» «tiil in tbeir >eaU, Vniking . tradily an atlreting rireitnistanee tint they sliniild be It me. ’    ’    scpaialul lor a winter, that eaeli of tlinn Voii are Jims ed " *aid I.    .Iioiild b> obliged to seek .iie.it In, p.!.tiler for ' W enre not .eaily to go. i ..plied one of the Ibi ilaiiei ami nii-Mlie- kind listeui-r lo tlieii •mailer boywe 'liave soinelliiiig lo »ay to brst and geiille'i tlioughls it hiul nearly be. yon fiiit. '    ’    tniy ed ill. Ill ImIIi. '■ W ell, wlint doyon wa.,f; ’ orie l I, riling Aid H.iri; ipii'tly to Tom,' I iiele.'s.iloiiion anil grasping th. teiiile.    tioniglit I Iniglti he ii; diitige, of gi\. ii olfi .ee I III tills, till- speaker, a small boi , mil so by making a la.orite ol on in in. cliool gnls; ilhealin mild e.i es iiiid I lliink teei'?. w ill li ■ .lolhiii.: :o liar on «bile I retain the inriitoi I ,if .our «•*- I'll. I c w.,.. I, and till- U IK.Ill I hum l( IK bad I,',t*    all .lin, ....I as    I    have    looiiglit llieiii til s I 111, o lioliK.r s. i n the iiiai -    bilterami Irriuteilleeliiig», but Harry s reel p.    Itwas a mild. Jeni.ary iiioniiiig. .\tt< .a'lfnniiiitV.l u In ■'(■    .jiir I ain L'liiutf    H)    ifi.c    ' »t I'ou.ii n tovsit. J iiltu (v IcA iiiiii, ba. kiu;i    tU'ti oí tbi- fi-ruic luuUoftcued him at oui-e.    rhiidrni wnr a>M-mbleJ iu wliool, it bi-}? v.sit J lAviX    n vsttr    H.ilit    fuiioiislv at f V. rv erfaturc hr iiitt.a: mmh a*    mid hi* never felt kinder aud h.ipiiiei than when    rain hiavily, and ecmtiuucd poiiriii;;. >ou A nttle auvief. /> r.tf vt^tr-r. rntiu    -i    .    ,    •    i.    i... ...a.i, #i... .e»av.i -...I    ....    l;.s    .i„    i    i . i.. „    i.._»i.....«i..*..    au,.    1..11    1 \iMir fi‘?-ulf HI vuur hand, anil hit«vt r\ iuie that ui-s * ,. )ou 1 .-.nui-y looV, «e* an•.n(’r^ b-ii‘k nr f',”' --!m.\ i v t*» «»U.v \nu. l -.;.down ulriet riiK‘»tti nufi mnVr macu- i \ .iií|jIi-» ijf all win» l*r. nk th*m. V-* > ■    1/»    (»» ( ujLaiii »S(do;uon uiulit to know/' líimibiltl 1. t)ii the way I u.tnn.’i’d and wrntcduwii twelve ruliH.’-ti I * ;is ¡ki viIiIp. t»u the lii't lumsii i»; 1 wui .<d li.aiL'htilv i'|> to my dcok with a bur fDru!»-in iiiy hnii*) and i«Nikeil I'oimmK oKk‘* mii'^lbrim 'hm^^’^Tml*/'v'm Ii '    <»‘light ha.!’fade.!. ail 1 the eaiiille, hariDy.'o largea» yon. ami    not hall    si)'»tioii;g.    ately ; you eamiot keep (till any lunger.    Vre ■»v, '~    u!.,...mnf„.,„ ,lhe«,«J.e,.,ot Itoldei t aimg,.. How old nreyon?"    von’tired of siuiiig. lominy? ' (Vffi-i 111-tli 1 tn tiiiiii II —a tfiuiid lubrie ÍO hen:-in iiK'd it » iiaiiic.    louiueii.    rfpllid    t    lart*.    ‘Ui-ir.    the    liulcetiild.    jii>t    be^iu- .......Duly    ImirtiTi,.    and    so    UK!    I    am    really    iimg loery, a.sb.iiio .1 f.i own that I am eight, eii ii art old. ' W ell, ijnml up, nil of you : walk aerosa lo "Now I will own lo you. sir, I but i an: the disir, now euiiie linek : go again onre more, ashamed to he so liig aud su l^uomut.' ««iJ »..is.-i—tUj, yaur i«»ss.i.i Uss*h i.-w-i * iie, bHish,iig.    IU youeiiii. ' ■Well, till'll let U» shako liauds. foil help ’n'hi» they did. all the «liool bca.iug them IIIC ill eoustiiig. iiud I K help you in your Iw- cuiiipniiy. -.'US.    '    . 'There, now—ilo yon licl better?'' " Thank you sir."    "I» sir." said'Tommy. 'l»,»ir ' «aid they ■ 'I be girls must take their turn nowall. 'I believethey are Ukii.g It, sir."    “Itiueiii» In me vpii all look tired, .and this Vml-o they were,—having a    »oit    of    wild    iareuii. a very lediiiii» iiioiiiiiig.    We    hair aipsy daiiee. with gipsy uiiisie; but when the sneU a large riniio. wemighta» well liavi alit-luiisier i iilned, lie louml tliem all iii llieir tie riereUi'iu do«ir». «eliig il is Uui dump In Mills flushed biitsfill. and apfiaieu'.ly ib.siirli- pTiy out. Vou may allot you—that u. all ed 111 study.    who wish to-oiiie down into the    flinir and Dll that evening .Mr. .Maris ealled mi the iiiarelir little I liavr my flute iii Iny Ina ket In;;-', r 11--w as eieeediligly grave and ills- and all the bol « w lioeaii. may w iiislle.’ Tirase l int Harry leceiied liiiii very eoidliilly range yo.irseivi s two bv Iwo first the boys sayiug to him:    ’ and tli’eu the giil» Vle II iiiareti jii»t fivi Vou have some fine luy s iu the »rlmul. I m'liiitrs and llieii we sh.ill bealile t" study Ilka them'.'ery iiiiieli, and Imp.. Ilo') willlike miieh belter K. ,:iii v i-li Ibe lelt l.r.t, N ... ' \ml away lln.i.went. Ill the liiur ol Ji II ¡sou . p. called ny Jeviato t iii Do iii. I idin ' I a I agreea'.de imp luisre a. .o II.. ............................... a iWn t, b.meslfi ■ I leppeil nut int., the floo btfo.i. me while all llo-yioiiig loe.i iiol ho. foKowi-,1. I.1III langtd tlienisclves l,, biml him Till I liscd Ibi lOul I ......   1    f'Oiiid    iii.ímH    ill    Ilo    g.iiigi ' replied  ,,    me    Hot    impmb’nt    loll    T'Jiii. gla.ieiiiy Uiwa ds llu piun-, wbe,e liiu- and dm inioi.'.l » I I    llo ir    yomi'g    b-olr,    iiy was play me ii g*.\ air. evervlbo g ii< III lbis~-liu uaiiii'¡is Deor'gi Ami now , w hili ; ,i; a;c enjoy ing them • ‘i l.i I ill Sipiire K.il.!i'■ «111 rs prei i ,le ll.iriy lo the Ill'll “iks Village. ISO i ilK I from a gi.iv w hieh ha: leiig -o.n'e ili-app a . ,| in Tie in.»ll Ilf K. to ■ I I loiW tllry ni I plep.l.illg f.M n« tliev rail liiiin king, nr king liiorge Slid ijiiictl.v to me; ■'V one rule* are t ie «eve;e they eaitiiol kept. Voiir ferule is (iHi h' jv,. a blow fn It might kill u«, M r do lint ill I il a feiiiiinor III ... 'a    auy such rub i. M r un nu to do jiiat right; lo    I .n . h ive jinl foii.lir,. tli 2J ' treat jrnii weD. and lea,II all wr rail from yon V eo Mr williinal you likea griillt'iiiBii, if you nil iH|i LltlelUeil." ^V.sl"    A.'".'    Hll.fimJ    like    Im-e, **    ■-    ■    1*“^'    I    ipinili    .1    briiirrth'    . ' I b.y tell me." said Mr Maiis. sti-riily. that you wilt bail'uo piinlslniii nls Tbnl will m ver do. Hoyt iiiilsl be l|o;;geil. ' ■ 11 the. bi4.ne well? asked il.irry. 1 bey ne.cr belnin- well »ii. ' Imlie.l. .M'- Mails 111 bad been watrliiiiK, I I'ould not liiivr loiiud auy lo piiiiuli aii.v one - . .....,    .    1    lion    ... Il i»lighlan.l eoiiv. iiieiit e. ilh an i n lil"i,is he selo.ol io=.;ii ll*» niwc of J; o,i e... h ,lr uml -n tl,' r:nt,T a large and Kibs-ity ' wh'.'li Hairy playe.l, Hie In-wliislled and llo giiT bouiim il. ‘..Slop' liirii right alniiil ' Tliere no» inanh Die olio r wai. VII Hr n li.«n ji.iiii'd ii. Dlls e .1 :pt Jidlll Heal. Do y-nin, iiinii wlm III eiiltffi* ei'gnr i .1 In hi- .i tih asioii to-day. Now I on may Inhe you ^    'rong)"'‘lH grew tired of hi» mgríilca, niid iidl- ■ Vou are both of yon ver honorable and , ,.d tliem awi.y Ii..in i.ini iuU* the farthest gi'iumm». and 1 am eieeaJiiigly PUa<,,J with .,..irm r nf the iiniserv. 'Then ho lav down on joureoaduet; but I cim't dia-lde hfetweeii you" ■ Hio floor, uml shut liin eve». Hit iiur»e w:-VVherc there are pleiitv of wiliesscs.il is some- .mgih.it he wa« very »lo7'py, look him up, aud time» well to ilttidc Did ca.e by vole of the lani him im his crib-beil, ela»., huta» thi» seems to ben affair betw.a.'u .Margaret tat iii the parlor, «cwiug Very two, we must settle it by lot. I'larr, will you bnpiiilv. She wa»thinking whi|ta sweet litll’e flu.' two «tick»of iincijual length, and let them briit’tie'r the had—whata ■ wcllipriiigof plea-dr*»; "    ÍIIIC " ill tbegnul honse, the diar liiiighiug Iniy 'I'lli» wa» tunil dune, ¡'."mb drnw the long-    ][r|.    nintber had dicl when Clli.arley wn» csl »liek, aud to retained ei» place.    j y^ry little bahv.aml .VjargHi'i t had evertiiiee : I’crhaps.' hinted Mr. VI III», uiy buy Inis taken'a mother'»' careof him. She did not. eheateil; Tiiioeh aud lie »re great friemU. h,-never, lovo him lo any iiiin h ii, his Ittttaiitly the blood .ITHt.I to eye».—i f¡,iher di.l. He eo'ild »i..iree|y bear to have He slooj lip. inJigUiiatjy roiiiroiitiug -Mr. ( barley out of hi» sight for a ii, .iiieiil, when Maris, .and iiK.king, to bit .Muazod pupil*, a.s ‘    bon    e. Thii bov u.-epiej Ui, tall as (ioliah. Mnhau evideiit stiiiggle to be the oiilvlliing th.il had emiifoHed liiiii alter master hi» auger ami ti»,al. rcspivDully lo    „'f    ¡„i dearly-luvnl .vifo. He had ■Mr. Maris, he iiiuweri'd—    three affeetiwiute girl» ; but he did not love •'.No, sir! you are luistakei. Vour sou due* , tbeiii. altogether, so iiiucli as be loved bis idol uot cheat or lie. 1 do not lelieve 1 have oue ('harlev’sTittletiiiger. fhev were not eiivioii* ■ “ '.........■---------"    ........... of thei’r tm.tlier; Lr they . t,«i, loved him,- VV ho doe» not pet a pretty baby—cspeiially a lUuHi-rlfOi baby? The aliibaster eluek uu the iimrblr mantelpiece rung for twelve, justa» two girls eaiiif fkippiiig ill, fresh fmiii sohool. Tb.y peejied .    , .    .    ,    .    ,    in ii|Miii tlitirfitter, ami rgn anny to'hang up rose, aud reqiicated lurmuWo» lospeak, which i (beir whileinii hoiuiets. WIS» readily granted.    , -M bcic'»'hulibv,’si.sUr?" taid the oldest ’’1 bavcalieudrsl thii teffrd. unid Ue, with lo,,^ ..bo w.n alniiit niuc yinr» old. eoiiic agitation, ' these sú^i en year*. Iwasfe- .Hiisli' you mu.«tiTtin’a(:ea iio'ue. or you'll Vs hr U»I din. my dioir, you «Iwiuld tay.’* itn-.mbling voiee.......  . ‘““"““ir    V    i'"'*’»    >    «‘‘I    kwiilill    Biy    dy- •aid little AIjtiy r<muuK tucin. 1 ue ■ mi; dav. other day he made me .it up in hit lap, and Slie’lLkcd i.p bewildeicd, afraid lobelieve druik Kumu »*f fliat Lid iiiRdM-me hr, dnuk» all «]i»t    m(»«t    HÍhíird    on    faitb che time. I didn’t like it a bit. Then, by and -I signedthf    be    wid.iookiog by, be |mkb('d lucrÍKhtaHRV. uud let iiu- fall firnilv iu b^r i<vce. on the fimvr. and told me to go a'on.g off ami , "oli, father'" she began, lifted her hand», let biiii Rioiic. .Mn gm, “hatmUp'ii    ,elaiped them together, ami turaiiig iiittantly -Margaret hud Hopuesl the Imc «titehiiig awav, she began to erv aloud, like a little which übe bad neon bolding ciom* lo her tvt*,, child. ami h.vl lisiaed her face on her hand    llost    ft,,,, *„d Abb. eame riimiiiig in, with their and Abby were iiirprisid to see tears flow mg t-houl boiiiiet» oii their head», read, logo out. down her cheek». 'Tbey had never «ceii her. They did not know what to makcof thvir auiet I ery before, eteepl aflerniollierand little ('bar- 'o!„ r .istei'» iimieeomitablc behavior.    ' scholar bere w ho .voiild eli ■»!. The. all «tiidy well, and trent me well; aad 1 had rather any niin wniild fpeak agaiut me than agu'iuM them. " There wfga momciilary «i-leiicc, and then John Hcnl t*l"' U'uallv »at motion les» and inatD-iititeies a stime fiost, Di everyttiiug eirrpting hn uitbmotic,) hastily ley died, Tbev felt like ery ing, too, from . u. . ..«u i,.,. n kymimlliy; and little Abby threw her arms tbeir lather with a Imik of love in hit faeTlhat woiiml lier neek, and bugged her w u'h all her had never fallen on tbem before, rangbt tbem little might, to eon. her "not lofe..d sobad. Imtb in bis arm», and draw ing them to hi» ■Margaret very »oou woied her eyes, lifted heart, eji'laimed— her head, a- Imikcd kimilv oil tbem. I sail!. to-iii. and perlmptyon will find ont what i»the mat-    '('¡ód    T,,7gT^^^    me!" ks ciclaimed, at ter williieior dear papa!    :    la*t. brukeiilv. ■ [ karr i^oayh to tin-for"' Rose and Abby went away wondering, and    'fJut pledgo wa» iTep/—that family ukappn! Wondered (111 until eveniug. 1 lien, their sitter I    *    .    ,    . dressed tliem in tbeir SiimUy ii.a.kt iiml Imii nete.aml tmik th'.'in out with her. to a large HalK w^ieb they found crowded almo.t to 0. oi llow mg H itli jieople. be aaid, wa» of a gearrat^^^K He' euoally to be heard of in    ith apo ehryphai eompauiea and luTsfWfpreuUtioiit. He wai alway» groat as an agitator. A .. aa a league w»r furiucd. Happy' Jaik f.ew to it» hMiIqaartrrt a» a vultme tua battle.field. Wa» it a league fur the promotion of ve.-ttr.-rianism?—or a league, for ;he loweriug oi tf," firiceof meat?—a league for leforinim.'the na-iouai eo»tumeV—league for repealing the law .till eiistiiig upon the'*tatiite.hook anai- »t witchca?—Happy Jaek wat ever in the thies- ------------- estoflhefray.feeturiug,    eipoiiudiug.aiL'uiiig, I hey bad not much time for wondering, for getting up eitempore meeting» of the Ire. .......... ‘queuter»    of    public house», of whieh hi «ml rejiort» to the laoruiug papers, aiimiiineiug the “nunierou», highly resprrtablc aud infiu-eatial" uatiirc of the a»«euilj|y, and iiindesfl' lead, a- . liHikfd kindiv oil theni.    .    -‘.Vly    eliildrcu'iny angcU! vou have saved | hinting that Mr. Happy Jac’k,''win) was re', e.inu.. >11 you now. dea.-cbilJreii, she    y our fathci!"    '    1 eeived with enthusiastic applause, mov.-d    in a w ' l-u W telifHil .le giiod girli, and    And benJi.,g hi* beau    over them,    the    strong    ! long and argiinieutative addres*. a «.tu    o; ight you sballgii with me toheara lertnrt;    man vupt as a babe.    ! reíolulion» pledging the meeting to,"    a,- pertiap.yon will find ont wbal i.tlie mat-    • i)b, (¡„d forgive    me!"    ka    ciclaimed,    at Jack, in facf fullv believed that hi bad    done [Fnmi CUnütbi'r*» Jourual. THE HAPPY JACKS. A gentleLaii Jiii got up. and begau talking ,    «•'^    bAiLUP.sv.    he.i,attno-l.uniblehonr., verv enrnesDv to Die pisiple, Tm.e and Abb?    I'l^l):    »■“> «"¡“i '>» ,‘l« kjnd, listmied viuv’eageiv, lint loiild not hear much i *    '    i    f    '*    ‘.““T' üLiíiv li fi'W IruU to hi4. \t U-l tht' ’    *    Keuli>h.lowu    oniiubuH. rilled eLry»um;ner by thelaisl’rcs. and floggiid 1 «aL’iiTiii uin" 'iVc iiL’yúsrgm'i’c to sieipA’ " crowdWame more silent; the ieoDner began ’ T/appv .laei*’’’"'''he^allenÍnS every winter by the mnit«,nptlll was strong Auiiiek. impatient ring at the door iiunouii- toiinitateapmnjilriiiikeii luun .laggeringalioul    ^i_^    f,i«uds    simok    tbeir beads, enough U) defend myself. 'I «til t ms win lei    aUmj»    rame    home from , the stage, talking thick, aiid stuttering, Dll be ■    ¿laude.t    shisik    their»    the    loiiire»t. at no OUR iioti tried to lutie mo mtdertUiid ,    jq    ^,1    din’uor    with    lu<    clnL my itudiei; (itl^Rrwiác I nhíitüJ uot Uarc bteu > burn now whoo 1 am almoH ál years old. 1 -‘VVbere'» Charley?" w:u hi* first onestion. never saw a master try to make bu «cUolar* - wheu he eame luto Uio parlor, happy before. I never belnre saw a master ,    fijtlc uap, father," said stand up for hit tehotaij to -save them fi-om , blame aud pimishiiieiit. UUiiik we ought to I -V^ kew! what did you let him go to sleep du the bc»l wi ctutu m¿kt hU U»k u((ut aud    f„r? Vou know I always wnut him pleasant. 1 should liic.Ao know how iiiaiiv to f;*,|i,. ivith. when I come in friiiii iiiv Imsi- , , there arc in fchoid wioi.ijcail tatphaye well , ,^i f, l,ctb;k? beaJded, witba suildiiily l.i*' and belptbc uiasD \ Har'-y »U»>d ‘m * laid— "Kvcry oue who up bis right hand. Uve m -q    ’-r    don’t    like    it    at ¿11," said the’father Kvery one immedintety '»d<#ittw‘* hand,— d,curing a di.-coiitented Blaiice an hi' two then suddenly he .traighteii. d hiiii.elf up. aid te.7.'^L‘.LYnin,‘‘. jTk    ^ turning III* eyi*. full on his nudienee, eieluim- ‘NL’*    *‘“1'W .    •    I    '.Seen    that    uiiuappy    wrcteb,    Happy    Jack, "Who, that ran be a man, will make biiuscll ' a brute, like thnt' A liriite like men w ho arc .Seen him ! of course, yesterday; be eame .1,, -.1.... o, as,.k    II,;i.i.'!’';:.'?';: body ai'.il to the sonl? Don't say to.vourseU I don I drink v ' Jack, in facK fully believed that h. bad done rather more for free trade than ( 'obd«n. N'l*. be said, Dial he was jealoiit of the Mnnebr ter rhnmpiou; rirtuniitanees bad luadi- II latter better known—th.at lie admitted, *ti'i he could nor but know—and kiiowiug. leel-iii bii own heart of hearts, liis ow ii mei its airl his ow n exertion». The railway mania was, as may be judge.: a grand time for Happy Jack. ’Th,; iiunibi of Dues of which be was apmvilioiial directo:. the number of i. heme» whieh came out—v.i.i oitcu at good preiiiiuiiis. too—under his nii' • pice»; the uumber of railway jourual» which Ue for.uUcd, aud tbe iininber of ocadcuiit* which he uitabliihcd for the iiKtriietiu.i <d youthfid engiuoeri—«re they not wntten m the auuaUof the (Miriod? Jack himself starti 'l as ail eugiiieer, without any previous ednea tioiial ceremony whatever.’ Ills mauuer ...f laying out a direct line wu» happv and exp-di-Dons. He took a map and a ruler, an.I dio«' upon tbe ojic, by tbe help of the oth, r. a jUeaigbt *trok« Ul red ink—which looked pro-"eiaioiinl—from terniinnt to term!'ins. .Vtter-aij», he suted distinctlv in w.iliii*. so that Iiu. H, "C m.pfc- .q    ’-r don I like it at all," said thr 'father lb ■Some of the girl* by'siii.uke held up Die left ;    jy|,„    i,^,| Jruivii as ueav him a* ....... h.    IJ up both ill their ,^0,. dai-ed. and w ere lo d ikiuiT    int<»    lii» ouc. autl the i-hililrRU /ful tli do SiUiiethiiiji iK)[njlar.    j TIu ii Joe i>t(\vuRT, whocmlfl u« limber re-    rt-adv for Jiimiitr, ihiidrt ii.” •train hi-iutliu«uiiui. i»;o;»o,cd Ihrce ebefr^ },(. .híj. „otJciuir th.it their early h.-ad-* ncrr Jur .M.i>ter Sumci’a! mid luthi dinieums hnr- r»hi *iiieh followed. M l Mari> efteeied Uj>    satJmvnat    the    diuner    tahle.    the ejíir.íiH?.»oiijewhata>hume.kofhimíeli,ttiid |m¿- i    ihclittle jduieat hi’' rijrht h.iiifl, with zled withlhii* uew htate l i th*.»u>.    .    ^    »    imijiUtoiv    i;.    aud    a hiah cliair 'I’iure wni one boy whpM enlhuMastie at* ,    üYmed    to take awav all liis» appe- U-mpt at a moat signal HUil fUrpu'Mim hunah I'aiU d entirely, and wiu el.oked into a sob, - VKif.^raret Tin going to wake iiptLai bov 1" wliiebwusforfaaatily uuhemd .u tlr<; iipronr.    f|.|,    kits.-at. Till» wiis Clare .Maris. It v.ii» the first tunc    ,y|,y f.,.herT I wouldu't 1" tliut anybody ever Hood ¡íeilged for liifitruth- ,.|,    ni,;,.,.,,,,, to liiivf biin g.iiiig lo sleep fulue.-s.    ,    fJi» boiir—the loilv one betwieu iiinri.iugHiid ■ I am uot the good b,^' be tbiiiks me. siiid ,|¡m    j    y'^.,    kim ! UesiJ, », 1 am he to liiiiiseif; "but lieiiivfortli 1 wrll be. Me j ke i, su-k. tkiill not trust III! for Iiottiiug. ’    So the fat'ner went into the iiiiiwv, .aiiil Tnmi that tune, liu wlii'le eoiidiiet and de.    follow,-d him. half aiiii'se.l. linlf pro- isirtiiieiit were so i haagid for the belter, lliat    y„|),.j    wiiiit tin-Droii'gbl Ub> needless nux- liis lather, to bis great urprue. iHVer again    ¡^,y tuuiid an opiMirtuiiity to eliustisc liiiiu liide,-.!    .pj,,. kü,,,), kad bieu «liiit. to thnt tlio large siieb was tim master s iiTlueiiee on hu broth-    wa«iilmort    da;!;.    Tlief.itlici lifte.l np a ej'8 that the rod frooQ iell into disuse m that    f|y.n,.{ u hh*h LU    in ^-’nífínl fold* around iamily.    ,    Die erib, and liMikcil at the I'liild *ileiitl,v for a Hurry .Somers, fiudiug on miitiiry that Sat- luomcut. He hud not the rose* im bis ebeeks urdiiy, ibuiigb not koWDm,' wusthi uuui-m. [kaj keen iu b!,»-m there an hour before; be pied evt'uiiig of the wtvk, informed bis school „nk r„„„d arm o.ur Iii* liend. ttil! that be would always Im at home at that time ,*„’j p,i,.. »iih heavy .dark purple eireles amuilii and would be happy toAít au\ of them at bis    hsií-»hnt evi-'. * room. It wiu riiDier iiin.ll—would not com- -Tki* ehibl’i» sick, .Margaret!" said lior fortaldy *eat more Ib u Uftecn, but any uum- faiki-rtreiiiuloiislv. her uot’exeeediiig that would be very wck'umi ..ji,. y,pH [¡alf an liiniragn," wliUp'-red He would be glad of the opportunity to Dilk M,s;f»ret doubtfiillv. with thrill about aiiytliiiig wbieli infcrested ‘.(lUarlev. mv darling 1 wake up!” said liis them, rueepliiigtiieir «tuiiies. which had bet- : f.,(ki..r. geiilh kissing his hot fureUe i.l. ter be laid aside from Naliirdii.r itooi.Dil .Moil- ,    ( k.jrkv di.l uot move, iioroiieii IDs eve».— day moriiiug, a* the iiii.,d reniiire» real. Kut |j,, kiyal'icl qiii, klv and st.aii'gel». tlieyeould ting, or tell stone», or whatevor "Ckaili'y. my Iw. ' Charley' eried tbe they pleased.    ,    .    ,    '    (atlier, slia'kiiig bim, loarou*ehim. Ihi" mvitatiun. kindly ami *-iuiply piven.    child just inovr l hii* t-velifls with a wOsiam-ptRd with iiiurL)ilra>mc. «na tm-i>a-    piin.    ami then íftíU-d b;uk iuto turday t-veiiiiin» thnvai»tiu}Ciii'hcd. wi-re    that htramii-stupor of slf-rn. ardfuti) autcipatcd, lud heartily cujoyi-U,    **Srml for Dr. H—Mariran-t!” c-xclniiii- tbul ihi-y w nn* obliged to “tnkr turns, ’ mi a^ j},,.    hiukiU    ratrhim'    up    the    child iu not to exrml the RpiriK-d number. Jiihni ¿is arms. Sivrc was with them, im lou^ci- despised and Ko^c aiid Ahhv. the two little sister'i. ran nil luvMwted, but ji.yousuiid hupeiulu!'any.    the wav to the office of !>-. H nod tidd As the sehool.girlsaud the Hmall hovseould    lu    their    eryim<    wtmld    let    thi    in. to not piitieipatc in ihi» cujoymcui, lliri v ob-    Itui/*. f..»d come imtMiUi* 'ar swe«et tamed for the R-hofji, by the Uifiucacc of the    hmíliei wa-. vervjsick’!’ committee, the liberty ol NNeduesdav aftt r-    ^j. j(..., came Immediately, and shook UÜOU, wbieli was thci.eeforlh devoted to the ,    ^ ¡||j    unrprise, when he saw the sinking of soukc» and ^leei, eiiilin" m a eonti^ ; ¡jui,. „U.cper. dance—so all were dellghlcd. ami uuoodf , “He has had some fall!“ hesai.l. i.iund liiucloijnarrel with the teacher or any , ‘He has never had a haul fall!" nunwcnd one eUc.    .    , Marifarct. "This moriiiuj;. he jiut triiuicd .Vud w ith all thi< hheity. aud iuu>ic aud »o- i    tjj,.    fio4>c. could ciahility, wilh' iit puuishmeiit. w ithout com- i,„thave hurt him. eould it. doctor?'’ piiUiou. the silmlurH ol lied Oak* > llla^c ! ‘-'Phat is the cniue! '*aid the doctor, icri-UKide ^^reate. infles* iu their *101110* than ever heiorc dmim: many vear*. Besides thi*.    doctor, ho was at hi» play ag,iiu i.i five tho iufiuciicc »>    kiudu.ul mntlemau- Iv muouer    Ihc    ‘TUc UU lu j    «*1    ih*» hñbusüuñfiir^-ftt^ft’j^-uftbc    |    the    phvsieiaa,'    m    a    low uiikler his rha‘;T‘L i’rolaiuty **^*0 ^    ^ith    a    nigh.totho    almost in;» werebauubed. aud cnnicutmn* were hani- ,    tusk of wriliuga pre»cri|jrifMi. He had ly known amoug them.    known the dear ehildTrom hu birth, and    sow So UmrouKhly couTiaecd wcie the |»are!iU. o^    happiuu*s»,f    the    fimilv    wa> thi* result, tiiaithe) yielded to the eururdt *o-    upon lii* lift. licilfltioi»» of llieir ehildieu. nml ol the close    Modieinus wore brought and trictl, U» no of the term. euiniueJ Harry to teach t!iew<    (Ither    doctor*    were rallcfl. but uoiie apiiii. the utit wmicr. and bivauw he icom- |    hoy    from    that    Irth- ed to hckiiate a liltile beton* replying to lueir nHkoiigh tliev did all that human skill propfnal, they often d him a Imger salary than ^    Sweei    i’harley never woke in thi^ ihei evri belo.f h.id gircu.    world ti<ain. Ilf lay several dav-f in ihis    *!u- Nithey ffave him aliea*ty, affeetioriate fare ¡    never revivimr *0 far a* lo know hi* in wrll. whieb atuue u[ them could not utter, lest,    which    bciit over bur. every Inmr. the ftuec should bitak lutu *f»h*, aud olLer* Imjgard and wild with ajiouy Tlieii'lie fell e<»uld uot lo“k hiH-ausctlicireyes were hlinded    doe|KT aicep—a >-lefp í'f»m whn li no by t^’ari.    phvcuiau emtriestffwakeuauy one—ae    !io- Bul lie eatm bu. k to ‘hem the -» e(»ud w inter.    colder sleep than the other lif.l Lieu, .^nd tl»e lliird andeuh M rm wa* n« happy anti    mv flrar children, wn* dead. fust Aow heeae lii..-lilhemm‘ H,* den,'little Imdv was ^tiew.» with rOM'H Iletter.    rUcrti.t     ’'"•*"*7sChemi::»nnd    tlurt the pr.dinlTli- protfh;.» róe anj* .iViy TtwLa ti^idlf' arowid tl ’ ^ ■ M k» do vou .biiik I »aw lust mgbt. ui the J    it**"*    tauilgi]/ rii ter. .Margaret bai dnqipe l he,'tbijh futl tier ut Die Opnu';—wl,o but happv Ji«:k. .7“’    -N    Wr    . k veil over her e\,.». ihey thought th«yt„^j Mrs. IKippv Jack, aud li.e tJ, o’eldest    "at    quite    a    uija^    ,    ,i'„, hi", tremblmg.auil womk.'od if »ho coild Happy Jack girli. Jack bi'u*ell, respkudeut *    *“    »Duoiphet«    of    »harp^    '.    ^v»';. fjth Ibdjlilbci:    gntte Tloie umT .iTlhy tboir black fi'lt hi", tremhlmg ami wo,i,io..(„i,{tUc could ; |(appv Jack glr’li. Jack bi'utell, respkudeut be,Tyingapiiii. l^re iii iiuetiiig too. Kut ,.,'a,„„ail »tuiU, aii.l tieiueiidoiislv laeed P''0»1'''‘'D“<> tbey tiirm-d tin ir be^s qiiii kh again, tor the ,niit-tr.:ul; aud a= ioi tbe women-¿-tuallv mail bad bi'giiii to t.ilV lo eb.ldicii.    iiueeiis of .tkeba. -A really rcspeelable ear- He toM tlu'iii olthe K.Hiil oue little eliild ,f,ag.e. to-i, ut ike do-ir; for 1 followed them iiii.glil do—of gcMi.l mu:i.\*rhildrcii kail done    aiuuzrmeot uud oif tliev went, like to in eo:i.viiig tbcir fathni> o," bmibn.^ D) »il'ii Hi.    i„rds uud ludies. l)h. tki tiiu liu been lol il .Hi.lmeiiee 1 le.Ige. 11 ■ talke-d lo Ibi.m .niu’iiig .omi now on the Happv Juek. I ' of till, duiiger tUej run, it tiny y . r foimod tbe i,i rtue time, I ttooil befoietUe leiiaee, bim-bulotof' »tmgthep,)iton, a;,i| bi-L'geil them    |„ Hie r.sidenec of tbe Huppi Jaekt— aiui «driied lliem iiever lo siiDi* a drop to pass    '.    -    -    . their lip».    ' •Mouey jioured iu uuar’ter. A serapuf jiaiier with an : fortharet wa* worth the bright ti-- wliieb tubiirbau biiii-.er* »o ,          -    At 1 eiiteied Ike sqnaii _i«t< h 01 than Abby. .she wata very »w.'efqinger; her front garden. 1 pereeived sliaw lyiii.. about, After ho had finished, hr led a|ittle 'girl for- plaltu Die w ard ill tbe ktiiiir. w bo w at uot»jiiiiek larger luueb atleel. Uauk—aud Juek lost no time iu cha.i.i . in oue for thm'.lier. Amid tbe nin«« of iv iiens|iapers, he tfait-d the Kiiilwai >kii,,.'r .Vwukeoed.ThoKailua. M hi«tk. li.e Kll!*../ Tiiriitjiile, and the Kailnay I'liiietab!. auil it wa-iu tkelirtt iiiimbei U the latt faoi.t ■- i-r. leoi’tbo-sewlinc, ttiieeiMrd row;‘.jf koiiíc»,    N''««•*—'"    'f- lib bright greeu door»; «7 bright «hntss Alter Iho bur»tiiig ot the bubble Happi Jael: appeared to have burst tiKi, for his wh' . .uu lor a loug time wut iiiikuow u. and tht: M liPU the last vei-»e was finished she iiia.k: J,,| ,io,i,ni., had a loug elai pipe mliis mouth ,*•*' ^‘«‘““"lieitiou reached iiiii f.oin Lull pretlv eoiiitesy, timk licrlatliir i. hand, and w»» lu a stute 01 inku^e geiierui f/rMo-I N"*-'™»ietoria \ illus. lltrk'uri;and was lilted of! the stage. lf....e iiiid Ahby. who ¿¡//^ Kookiug beVoud him, 1 saw that the-    fK-riiaps    you    were    favm-ed «ik» has bi-eii holding thrir liieatb with .klight lo |,y„,e «as iu ,/,'.,/m’ii//e a* well a« the master !    *’•    1‘lkW    Inn»    of (he Iniir her, droppe'd haek into their teat*. Iisik- ( kere were tluirs, eeitamlv, hut uliere wa) 1"liero the writer^would be found I'ct■ iiigvei) im;.„mgl.v at eoeli other,    the stair ea.pel? 'liappy j’ai'k, however, wu. A nnmlnTol pnpfiK wei'c now {Kiised aruiiQkl, clearly as Iwimy a* usual, lie bad h ruuiid, imcoi which wMarjieiet t«M)k. nm! wroU her jcdlnee; and. 1 will add, a red uose. But Iiiiiiir Iipoii It .V» she lifted her yeilltose taw 1^,.    spriglili. •iiiDf ttiired the red, that nil cheik* were burumfi red.    ronmi face, Iftc usual hig uuffuw eame leaping • u hut isil, AUrgie.^ she whi-'pcicJ ">'ou t    the    luigcly    upciimg    month,    the    usual yc.i write my nunie?    eleam of iniuglcd shaiuuii* aud ttvnhomif •jlnshdear. not now.    shoucfioru the large blue eye*. lUnnyJack ‘ It wo* the pledge not to drink wine, or    the    dw.    aud    uking    mv    mm.    walked rum. or anylhmii th.;t lias uleoh.d in it, cicept backward*uud forwards.m thegmvcl. ÍW a medióme.) that I »i;:ncd, ’ said Mariiarct,    , ,»»thev tiinied from the crow ded side.wulk ill-    '’’¡J    ’    ■ ‘“i    ‘*''’ ton more quiet slrev that led to their    lioiiie,    ‘“ctDc    alluit    lusi^;    Ul    you    bemg    like mV- a few minute, iifkr.    f "Ok Sitter! wby i/;,/.i'/y0,1 puto«r    i.aii.e»    ‘'»>“'-e    t» gi.e up    our    diuue.    fur    that. low , r "It wa» only for tliote over twelve ..cart of age. and ueitber of you is to old.’, Kut be t'liJ little ebildreii ui/ffkt to iie '‘teni[M-raui'('.” urged Uosc. ’ Idoii iteewny lie don't II I them write tbeir name* too'" Th'-re will lie a ehildreii'» «.M-ii-ty, jM-r-bapt,' said Margaret, 11» they reiirlied ¡11,,in The laet I., said Jai-k, aDemptiiig to a-«lime a heitiie and svetimeuDil kiie and alti- Dug up a eomjiauj: «V the fiftb Tsior, n-grim.'',., ro<iiu. turiiuTfcd with a higl. dul ilftk, ,wj tkrcu-leggi-d/ »too!». aud illtfiiublf fonltrap, pen* and inltF M hrre Mr*. Hupp/. Jack and AlC vi",:..; lady Happy Jack* w’^t to at ihc.c’tiuns, tl»c bolde*i *|iei-iUator h.iX' faDal t» dk-vi , they vaiii»heil, as it were, info thin air, a;. I weia *er,i no more till the musbiiie oaiu . wrheu they nturued viitb the twallowt. Tht l.ady hertelf waa a meek, mild creaturo, »liill-ful iiuheartof liviug on nothing, and matjui i;p dreiae* without material. She adored ii> i liusbaud; helieved hiiiithcgrcali-.linaii la "it world. Du the oeciiireace of meh litilt iHiiiM hold ireiilent* a* an eieeolia-i. or Je. ii ,    .    ,    Jiiakiiiga rapid act j( eabiuau«hip fi- m hu Dull. ■ that loi the pietent, at least, lu.v lion.e- | own bcaith to the elieeiliü re.kciiee of Mr hold god» are shattered.    k,«rj iutJur*itor Street, the nooriiit'e woman " fuu iili'iiii that - "At I iaid, iiiy household god. are 'hattec- I'd.ei It phiiis -II ill Ike .iiriue!' .as obvious tbal the Iv diu'k niieom'iioii pleasure ,    . . . mian, after haviug ludulged Ii'-im-D hi tlie tmall luxury of a ' good ery," would go lo worV to « .1 r- pa-k up *hirt* and sín-k» manfully au-1 wili ........... ............................... Dll* line Kri-at tuiesight, would alway» biiuk Jv,k i Sli',-’tl-,,ppcdou'tric'«L-L.’m)'d’'ra'ug t'L beii’.""    food iu a ba»kel, s,.-ii.g that .M-. Kuvi t "Don tsiiv anything to vour Katlicr about ¡"'I'ei'D''! “    »“d - ■,-»m “ Jer hit breath., kill* are coiittriietcd U|Hm a kale ol uiicv-- tills," 'he wjiisiii'-red ’    liuurisbiiig In. pipe, -.o a., allegoriciillv aud ' diuieu.i.iut, aft.r whieh. the wioiid* t Tbe next Salihalli was a beautiful d»v of int’taphorivally toiwtfoitli the i-xu-iit of hi. , thediuuer with kiiii 111 the eolfee.io-m, driul desolati-iii. ,    ,    to better day*, play r ibhagi, au-l at 1.'!-gut •III other words. I went on. thore ha* very neailyo* yoynu»ia tlmt v'iva>-y, t^rimiiiy. hreu au—Mil—cxeeiilmu —-    sorrow .Uueu imim. w ith bar* on th‘-outsiut •Aud the broker* have not left a Hiek. Hut | of the window*, os i! it were the happv home what of that? I he.e aro accuieut* hhieh j ghc poMes*cU few week* a<o. and w nVh‘hi Will ifcniriu the licst    I alway* hoped to pos^e*» ugaiii. Vs tur the • And Mr*. —^    I girli, thev were trft'ucd bv tw gfrnii a inasti r “O. she. you know, m opt to be a little , and mutrn* not to beebme npi nhulaii. siiuiiiier. Rose and .Vbhy went to their Sah-hiith-.ehnol class and t-i ehim-h, and then sat down at home to read their library IwMik».— They coiild not read iiiiieh, however, there was •iieh a iioite in the room at one side—then father'» parlor. They had teen fiveor »ix men go ill there and had lerii the maid bring up a greiil mailV ÍHittle» from the eelUr. Tliev sat talking "    .......... of the luviiii - t*o«ei drr «.K I ar,il .1. : : , I - • but youwill have and niu»t ling them.—    ,,    ,,,| ....... —    Vlleh.iilullv    oln.iad y, tlul -lelo - tille nao 01 ti;- 'r'll-e a l.irge. iji- 11 spiee 11 n rU'-is l-islai'M'ir I'l ilalioii. 'This rji-u-efor I twenty le-1 lo,,-! m.Hw:;-.-,    flii-lull d door I* at'■,0"'ii l, 1111,1 «I Die oD.i 1 llo fire-plav ' llild tie Iii.'i.li 1 > ilt .f. Ilii-'iile. ll.i u .a the Oji, 11 pi 1_, ynoiii-1 tt|i-■til-- |miid ;L. long ll.fillLl w.enl li'-ii" l''"N    ,    u    1    ,    a    1. 1    ■ Vrieh.iilllllv’ ohv.ied «llJ I d.:,l ofMirAlheu.i'Hil. whieh, I »ha 1 do. to    „,Dr„pi,.lb    .. ... the I.-'si ol nil ability. Kut mu.l ol tbem arc „p, |,„,„-A-„ tin-ilis- tin.—I ti- bo.. 1-1-, „ l*i,gi-r than I. aud tbure «re miiiiy of them    |i    «», t| Xf";- who   nt m noo-'tbiiua mat,-h lot me Mill yon e.mie ,|„-l,»peol beiug able to ni.k, liim.i 11 lurful -nd lo lp Dog tlo iiiil Dicy n--.'d It';    H,-.uruly obse,ved— ■ I llioiii'bt you eritil .Air AUrii. .Nil!-, Iioi-' lb,-, oiim.llir. ' 5o-Tii-ee hoil-e. an-l y-il|»|ial| Invea good'ti'», I,-11. l.nie l,*,i i„.-I »i,,|    |.,s|i|| yiiiir I n- l-a.' 1,0 111 - I- I iiiiiile lliir 11 b.ri .-it  ......  tl-iii    I fiiidll.ei» ■ M 111! a iJIt pleatiire. ' Tliaiik loll »u I will you w Ill'll 11 i* nil es.ury. Kut Mr .Man», gie.i’iy to hu «iiiprite, w , llf- ,n I Itli II -I .01,: ,'.ffo,t ; , ,    I- - I -fClll'-l , I t- III.-ith The, i .- .' -i .1 Miwnils ithiiir toil ,i,M0ieroiil-i iluK-'iill l-i in-l left Dll ,11. A hum nf hutk.v to « -n a; di‘uit--■ -lol >ay to himl nu .0: whieh I ilutoigii-.hiil wa-l,iie 111 its t ;,--■ F*Vebli f.M •' we II sl’.iiT up for "I aiii tfon-! to ji-Iio-I l-i liara • |i»K'’xn.l ' -t'lrr I w lit out of iiglil Hell, wiho w;;' .’I y-i - "I ,1 • )gtTe tart'ehe*'--for Aliittei- K-ililir. ' .11 li U. pln.v 01 to n, Im- Iitriaw home, aii-l Im k --g nn-i lf in m.v nnulei intiil!; ami n.li nli • uu-. ««ft. with thamean-l -on- w.Dial I hail K I 'l-"i ‘ p-’u li i a«i*ii«l'-d by Caiit till S"l, an-l with j-v    Just»o will I tod f<-u.1-.'hf I»» do yioi like your «- loaiT, a- - -I my s. that mght ■lym    ‘    xiudx, . h    . I had I a. 11,10 h It - i d John ■ I do lo-l but If th-, WOIllll'l ,    .    ,    .          d    to    be    liji    iug    a .. .. ertamly ti-Hil lor kere. ami did not k.iow liiilwiiat you might want siiiitr nstistaiiei-.'‘ "till, deui, 110 tir. eiIni Harry, laii. luug, ■ f.oi -ee sir It I. •Hi-li a wet day that tin hiila - I'Xiinot g.i loii lo play iml ihi-y i -iii willi'iiil i.nri-:    '    I-* tlo'iii fin- llllllliira UII.I y 0: si-e lio'i .1 Die. an making up the liii.e I am dul not - line III a lilDi sai-ou rto aee It - .11-1 Will T-iuiy: ' I’ll triiit him Will it he t 1 at - me mil. AAr'l, I'li'Tiiiiu-l J.-Í liiiwii.r I k.ivp he ll lliigv-il. -le-l 'laii.iil. and woi 1 i-.1 all niy 111--Ly iiotshi- .tiul n-o. 1 mo 17, itiul I ‘~’"*~s*s »«dU*nuu,    I    tal    hei    |( neta, mil »Ai 1 111-* d'l /oalikelh asked John Keul, a» tliejt Kilii 1 ly i"«d. full ail III . ' f e-. ' II plied doe Ih... • -I li'iii all it ly bo; I don t till I t.i- ho., he 111 its Jut It'llow to- is II i-.,,y lilm-k lo lid ol a nouirr Dike* it o|hiq d-hill.-ell lo 1,10 ,-K hiiii iiImoM lud eall liiiii ( iifl    ' An iinpt oul Toiiipi'v. Of ul 111 »l Jnhiia ■ aaar. Thi- right Du iKso li-llo>« lia-l ii.iide op Ills loiiiil niil tue.imi- dav- when | to .eloHil Ihti w inter, hut I |M'r>iia-li'd lum.nna Do', euilil 1 I pi 01111-I 1 lo sc-1 hut he w a- w.llii.i-.T Hell Tht-nop.ov 11- ul >. io-d '0.UIO,row ai .1 I II he tilltoi) u-i-i then Dll' iii.asD r iiin»l liuia out. iiiitn.J- ;    lui'i'sD alehiiiK him.    g    ,’ I havi wati'h iipiiiy iiMiul sony I hat |K"ir tio iii. Siiitil as aii)l)ody|i .1 jiialbia uiiee -| doiTf know " sni.I Mr M .ria. sha',-ii> an Iniliuii. uiiu-h lo- eaiTtlialp ing liia loa-t. I lliiiik it 1» .atlu r tin iuiiova- ixi'iiii'iit, eir? I--. »ir. Voii an II g’niil mipiovement on the dark «I I'liililri'ii *1-c « i|-|0'-l heeuiue ■-(ill -i-u lunger.- Il IIIIIIIV otileia W«s ill- tr.'ilii'"i'mill I'10 I   -i lio-le hy a most »liei<-s»f«l litoher—Ibuiiias.A. IbiKlrr, Kaq , liom till*' It. "i ih'U t klfuOt" »id Mr. Mn, -», dunhlfiils Harry had tcmtrkad Juliiu S'tvci alt hur.-h |r,«. r,;. ■ -h I «jO.,,a D-ÜI.Í fcrnui-íiui-sir f«f n-o sjeif lesa . t- IS -ind. iHg    a    p-.-fi    s'loii. and aller .1 a.I y--u g Di    nu"    n    a,and wnldiug. iig. la- > Helly and Jenny Ihd I,. Ii iji'-oii.ds und kill;; tii'iri'i I . Hl> If I •«•Utl'Rti II ■ .. :,uw o i-> !vu g a tl.-i'oii-rh mu .    ;*‘i a ;i:-Ioigiiis!i-.1 K-' lonn bib-;; aEO-ill* 10 ■ of h - fiieiid ,. AA il    ,1    k-    II    ii'iis to Ills I-I- '1 b. ..    itli mail naJ a li li uiihlvUe lid as it lav ill its sin-ill nisi-wood eiiflin aud apiiiikled with the saddeit li aisof M an-l the other aistem. 'The fiiDii-r did not sill'll any ti iin uv. r il. He was liai iiini-li agniii.'i'd to weep. He would not look 0,1 hu dead lioV s liiei- Iml shut himself iiilo Ins rhnin -her. anil »poke hillrrly ngtiii-t Die aiiiil-glily irmittilile Tiiwi-r whieh hud taker.. a ajeoiid , lime, his de.i-eit tnoioire oil III-- eailh. Oh , .    ,    it he lind lint th-mght o« .Ma-garel lliniighl. ' -ni.w Ilk    h)|i-ii iIii- loaiie.l over the »w.cl, still lai-e, Dali b:,-aiitiuiiiiuera. Ml    |,|jii,l,-d by her lea-e. toInlo w/-.*/ lo.ik, that | iitll bear of hiMi o-'aiiii    I'-M ,* Was not there, Dt In- .hill awav from «    "    ; their sight, ami laid in the gioiiiul—tdiiit A,- !T M<-. Kl.-a ," Ta ,e Kewis, a lady mu 'bad- -me lu Ir v ilh li;«-!. .0 . I.!    - I inamiMa iiiwii- duling-aulo'd for her niouiiimon i,idow.. In In lu-u—if he had Ihoiiglit I'm/ p- ihap» he ii.flils of iiiDllei't Ilian for Die huloiieal wioild liave lmi..'.| hu Iliad, and prayed, reminiiee.o-es aDHelisd hi her Inliiily , died at (iioT» will be dii.iol" Aiidli-y. I'laike- oiiiily. \ iigiiiin m, llinf.iDu Knl be did nnt pray tliiis. IK-wai not »il. . .... ... ....    --------- uuu* *IM %AIUSUIUIU‘kk('s    '••P’lV    Ul V cry deceul jRople. Uc Juue*t*. 1 piU Jouei | Hhch UChe cüWertr lip to 4    lliiuK wUirU would have juaiie kii    i    ^ud wh«ti the importunate Iiaddept.tuit. ioiimie    Uie week    beluie Ufl, but bu wouldu’t    i    ¿rumbliiinlj aud uuuaid. be us» tl wdciimh' to had wailoJ OU the baud,    thinking    ItLy    eouíd    ¡’.V" '*    r"'.T    i‘í *i ' “.‘'r.'''’'*" *"L    bU daiightrrs on the forehiad and iliTOkl want    no    more will,-for    a    while,    had    sloleu    a    l»ra U    witu the    llopkm«., 1 believe »o, at,    *11 ,„rtaof hle.siugi Ujem hu p enerver. bit Imltli herself iiiul «neiiked olfwith, it iiii-U-r    ‘7    ''‘N* “-*'""(«aud me 1 f 1 ^uoj aug,-!,, ku Dttle giiU wko wui her-Iniwl, to ,ban it witka married si.icr,    •‘•me Maiia is but I »upim»o ! clever, and faithful, audautrue. who lived ill a lieiglilioriilgalreet.    sii.newlie.e,    ID,    nioDier    lii.iuagcd    It    all;    1    Aud    iu    iiiauy    resins-U    they    We    e    gotij    giria. \|. I_Milv    s.D.A 1.1 II    ' liuerfere. .»ud so now, a« you klioer I'ke itvlc in whieh llit-y luriir.1 flwk*, but a Tbev e úoeDn 1-H    Die    lii'sl «ml tbu wi),'»t let » eoiiie to diiiuer. I new appearance UJKIU Uooda.aud clou... and lb y lime tiMiiilly iiil.i Ihi rmiiii. wrjere tin-    Anci.iply him.e i. adi.iual thing—aluio*tas    b.,iiuet. ami rami'forth in wbal    aermei Dir rioe.tips.v eoinpanmii. of tkeir faDi-v *,r,    ji.,,,,! J. a deml Imd;,. The edio, a» you    '    ,cra ¡.i.t.T of rivelU-thL bole    ioUinb, I nidiiitraiifl    Stniic were tipped Imi k    «jiik. i« Jnuial; llie blank Hrfpped walls,ibow. I    ^killlnl mutual aduutati'm uf KWimrnu attd 111 Iheir ehairv.w ilb he.r feet higlmr tliai: tbeir    i,,.- placm w he.e the piel.',,*.» and iiiirroiw    ^ uL toiuiraU wL^ worde^^    l‘jf hra.ls.olh-. weie ossHig heir arm. almiit knve l.e-'n, are  .....  the    lii.sol    straw,    and    '    KJholdei. lu ma.kefLhe) heal Ih^^^^ iangliiiig -Urilly,iiiakiiigiiiii«tfinilu!i-inicliij., uj,|,    ,„,i.    „j    ,,,«    J„i,ial;    thn    ed,./'who ieiit up five'eom s,-» aud ii dc.sarl or II-,in: grei.t »nelliug ......   n-    dimk-    j,,,... .k* ,di|„. .» ik.- blaiikm»., are du- ' .„a'ár out of a giVa pan of iark L t. i,4 DrlTel he tilde.    *       gi'au    froii^;rralmi.rt.Lrth.'Z^^^ '^ülhediiiiugr   a I deal table Iv Dm Inr g-me lo all up, Tlieir lather did mil look 1 ■    '    •    '    ■    •    - ' Hush, he *>111, Abby. pn is culling us!" Mr. I, had riiug hit bell violcutly three time» wilk no »iieees», a» the girl wh'i ere mere lerapa and Iragiiuiitt, w hieli in a 'd to III-1 'Uler-'    „;ip.'lite fjilr umli. Il alraidhe I iimkemfdr-.iik ,},‘t »o ll.ppY Jaek. H.ison .tiilf Dh.lea.;    I    ilou    la.lii.iii -lit. Sira Kewu » um skr W.XS a iliiiiv'liD'r of John Ta-k Illy t-ni of Mt. Alxith.i M .isliiii.gl • 'iisfis. I ling that D-I-T» will should he lio.i Cil li s UW 11 hall. Aliliv wliispi-rv'd to h '‘Ilb, Kiwe' I am »umi- more ut thnt |Hiisn ' Heran't iiiaki ; - ' Ii >si aid, verv firm-Iv. ' lloiTtvoii know whnt the liinr giti lliero Sling?'' All-1 bnlh wli-iwi-re «eeiisloiiii-d lo tinging -mnys logethrr. joined in Dm rliorlit, a: Diey went slow ly Doiii vliji to .lr|,- will would Ivoi In-11, to haiekipthu p ..........    ^    hn    I'ioutL'liiirlev «1111 liliii.to liiive K-ilo ki'.l willi lir»'t marnage with Dunul Tmki I'llsD». oK hiiu. pi'DeJ ^iim and |n Imp* >p-i||rd Iron for' A irwiiiia Mu. I,--via s h.'-b.ind win l a-a. ; that happy wi-;M. IK-fell «, tlooigk Di”gii.ii i la-wis. III A\o,k1U»ii Tiii'taA eoiiiiiy, Talhrr 111 lieav 11 waslils I'lirm; , an 1 had doni N- TI.K- er Ifo- tiigiuia. He Was one III to i . AA asliiiigloii I'Ae.'iihirw, ami son of tlii-Dnnml s only »i»ter Mrs lew la w.'i, II" II on the -D>t of Atn-eli I7i!l. She leevi's all only ilaiiglilee Mrs I iKiii'ia T-irke Kiitln. wil-'oTf I ol I. (i. M ilnDi.r 111 Die paiisli of lln-i nile, in Ko'i.ii. ■Ilia, also a jsler. ktrs. Thnlii.u T:te, . ol: fe.i liiiii all the evil ill Hit |mwi-r He said, hit "I rail- for nothing, now, Tln re la iiutliiiig woilli living foil I all—loiiiniair eall i< Ti-O, ideiiee if yon will, Margxrtl—liaa dune ils woi»t! I have iinDiing iioii'e III liopc fur or in Diia Kf Ti'ior Tine,I, D|,ti ¡, | ('«Inuihia, and an Timr man'hia In irt Direw aw i,, a« il «eeiu-Oiily Imitlier, toso ,-e M ashingl-ni Ta-ke ('n« ed all In- di ir go K. who loved liiiii ao mueh lis.of Ailingl'in H-io-e. A ogliiia. Mi«. M o and wioild so willinglv hsn eoinloitel liiiiT ll aMaaliiiiuton II limy 111- leim 1-1- e-l *a«, Im nmil.l i.-.l .Dny D be e-'iiii-ote.’ hv tlieiu. ul the old t'Tv- lamilv ii* ,i il ,,-rt | lie riiiil-l n il liml r-oiiiort any whei - with hia dilcouiUat of the reUkrat«d Imrd Kaltiuiuir rakalKuiu hrart. So he Died U (orgal bu looked ve.y ili'iai V : aud as 1 ga/i-I 1 fell my    |    (,,, aiiii.»» To then wamli ; g, p, di. till sense Ilf ill •olatioii.    the whole fiiiiily wineiurlielly ner- ; lai'k. "t'oiiie. ait down, »it,    .A »uddi- i turn out of qiiai lei«’llo-y i admiie baked meat aa a rule. i mu,, for lliaii Imrdeiied old iK...-*ji bill you know, aaaoiiubody .aya—    ■ uever lo.l pluck Dm .p.e-,!.,|i “V. - Il spiu aiel i' ‘ ,ir' goii- an-l sp,s„i,    I    anuDii r raiin- iii,    ........Dim «the lin nieii"', OS an-iimsl .'«II lleiil,    hold waauiiiD I. A hil of Di-k in An-l also i,oe.i..,M-v,..|,leiil.e    ^(,0 M e.l had hee.i a.hiivril, «ml H q 'The lieupli- al the chequen inaiiagrd it all;    isaued ea ili fur "\l llnnie. and In li eaeelleiit pe-pie lliei im- I awi- theiii «nine looked, '.ml    like    an al-lnin .i inoiii-y, wiiiih I ahsll have gmt filnisiire III mi inhrr ot a h-oise-il DU.' ,ie>'« TIon-di'Ta ran-., liiroiigli the hall, atarlliiig |niy iug a»'yooii a» p-nslhle. No ma.i i-aii Jtay A\ luu at'nugi . »aw hu white ‘• Ihe h'l »e eat, who lay luippiiiK on the rng he- It »'hiiu'i    lilue • <«( « uh‘i...-i li " I-'-*», h- K"--the ilo-ii. They dill none Ihevi-iu tied 'I'he dinner, however, went off wiih the talk ol a gialol g-.l-l a id mom i hi i lll'-eariof Ihe father, ill Ihe iiii.lal Ilf hi» rev- guuD -t *iH-ñ ís Happy Jaek was li ippii i eliiig eoiii|iaiiicm». ami they alui-Deil kt.v, as lliii'l i-vrr. «id eon.-.-qiu iilly iiietuliliK- Kv-nothing had -tartleil liiiii «inee Charley a ery twn or Diii. minute ilralli!    thing alhiut III* koiui' How'M Us he fallen »<i low a-to In renrov-,t, latioii of hit hearth taiuhi.hy lili vi ii rliildren -liis owii ditpu. seiiliiiiiatkigkly. Then butalknl ol Im pl.i ml Iieglis-'li 'l little -irl»? Ill-leaiiril his hiad of taking a iiuw and luon-H|triisi»e house, tn fly mgi-i-loi«, fi-li ' m i i"    ^    ^ nil    kii hands    and    I    ie-1    to    i-le    ii    it    Doia    the    a muii-laaliioiiahle h« alil,,. «nil liiii.isliiiig il    In-i innliiig "ai to - 'n^ i iiiis*i-iii- Iiiistof    iliimki'ii    s.    IK    leemtd    lo    hear    his    on a far hamlo-nnr le.iii than Dio ol-l one    Dial fuio-Dn-i«iy f’*" ' -j,'" j‘ 1 Iiles--.| wile S time ill Dial eleai aoiiml of aiiig III faet. he seeiiiid raDo-i olilie-d lo tin loo wliirhlo- i-oiig. ;!'iliD • V' ibaLL •« mg II was .i.Dioiigli tile skv had oiM-iinlthove kurt than iiDie, a ■-■ f-. Inking the niniinliiiii ■ amlor ami    J, , ,, him, uml Cliailey and Ciiailey'a uoilher, two Inrnitiire ofl bit hands It wa* quite krhiml hu- ¡ rjilo s, and Ddd kilo e ig angela all In white litil omseil Iowa Q| him. - the prrseul la»D—mw h of it po»lDvrly ugly witu— and biddnu kiui nnweT drink auv «>(*1"    , lit had koca ftthaixl to iMkM «Ü* llUiai i ■ID»' .'*Uk‘*Z7 • ill iig. they spei 11I.1K d J IIUI or Ihe Ve 'lielhii I-' of Ihi ill. minutes In- lugged m • Jim- Knglainl or oiili the u- i, wli-i »i/"s ' -kJ i« koiuebold polls ami tin dean |siiind tiolea 'fh it aj •'* “‘'íí-    " j kearlli. endeiilly enjoi mg the loolmbli I'-iniet!"" ' liDoi-mr. a pj hly. Then hu latkril III Ills pbiii whieh In tl*«'-T' 1--"i-i h''*    I*"',] iw and luore 1 tneiisive house. 111 fl< m j eolm«, fi- li ■' m Í I" “ ' "    (o""’ ‘I and biddnu kiui 'nnwer driuk auy RMirtT’ , lit

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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