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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - December 22, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio tatESvi 4á PAFEB F0;8 THE ltEy0li'^48il>J#iJÜiSíiX I» AU    WliíTRAL,    iíi    UaTHiüS, VOLUMIÍ XI..~NO. 24. CINCINNATI, TIIlJlJSDAt', DECK.\115E1{ 22, IS.VJ. ONE DOLLAR PER A'EAIL 6^aÍaa4-a.Sw ÍÍTm.Í    nerTant    much    (r:n    n    t»    idle    ex!i.bil.<*ui, tbat fn*m tU» d.irker bu'kírrmind Ü«j fui;*ír« we u.w the p« *nd ppl the canoe -re, it 'Mvauntm: /¡Srirr ril    Ü /Íw    Idleelioí;,!    ki)fcw ibeie uiuat be »uu*etíajiX úi «piH-ATed bri^bl Jtud lumm‘.KH. Thtiie oldecL*    w-mW oulf be t/fr>w oor^lTí-f» into the r4W> »ad lAuncelol CT^'ktVV iiV    XbiiAV#    It.    were r>ULd «nd duee Ui eech r>Üier; »nít»l»    ol the beer. Oi^e other b«cd. we oooid not m*ke me»re    ..    ______ _____^    __ --------------‘Now, me*ler/ uid he, tíidreieinf» me, *if I    knew    ibetn V» l>e the eret of w»m«tnin»al reHuin ■§ we it^ tur lo e few «woioidn we o*uid not re*:^ lleuden, 0(j<wtQ lAonodot is »,jK^ri ~    bed iwHneUtm^iliie I ODuld nrurnÍK Tu<i a shot et    bffht <d“oiir Wifcb. eom|«tii(iii hb«Hi!d be dnf -j>r«r the UlU, and bow b |(h vmy haudjmiut, ai*d Uat £oca a rre^i war. olet wriJ daur [Froa Chaniber’f Ediuhurfh Joonul. the lon^-Uiln, ahr aa the\ ure.'    whiapere^i me that tbcT wtre the eyei of a doer. - ---- -    *—    *    «•    »    »    .    _^    ,    .    f    .    r mademe the oflf.'T w ri;;/catió^r'.r,    wanU    Xm.    The    atub.d    a.    ! títeres*^ and (deaaed when be tnvd t<> an.'us 1 a. vwi^tiv :‘I iLiiiii V i w..;    wl*« erer aaw a heaat 4 l>*4d u-'j ufi J.kt U .»C    her, ^Le wutiid    make inLmiely haj.¡».er.- rerruirr w.fe,    I/Tufú^/that I    he waan't a cnb-biWr waibet* and wit!.    And'h! if    would    ooly d" e-mith np more fellow: aieadr there “^adr!' V ik D wort th^ite eternal illjwr*, Ik'W iflad ____.    ... ...... daunllr»*    7    up't> the b , cárr.»»'    IwoaJrtbe. *There therare,’bi excuimedai j«d, ki.ow 1 alwaja fjtmd bait witti r dear    Lonie'i bead, aed    the    atraui * bi£    («h the twoc^'OaiiM pesa^ U ibre his m iDdow. wua ine'.-ncd to b»* b»* a^iut    ter belore Launcelol kXiCW what tJifis ab *iL    By Jove, ubat    a í»ot    that Vkdet fcaa; and her M pen«-rt.    He M tall ' fix    .'be wa« in her LktctLt. ?be w-id^r^#^ m a. ‘    ha:r, what a    h'.brf: ind what ^*re«— .«.T ....u I/.V1.VV    i«M    >    f.    p«vv4p<M*c    uTiio eirm.if. i uv    ;    ««re» i »utnini tliiuk—aud With Ui m<.«it ^etriol oiit sf the suUIt, hhd did D'*t ir.Hid bow ü,tu Psluw’ what Ml Ü V> me whut ha^rorevea ah» 1 '    to    iri^jw    ahottt    var,    whip.    The    report    wm    not    loud    ciKrti/fh md^ win apfMdiOir, an|uur lh«»ugl.U ran rtp.dly. manneri |K;aaiW«:. iie in hke a picuiro-hae the tor».lu^l nor, »ren if t-jn.e*‘ baa?’ And be cl^md hie wa.dow and'lumt-d Amenc4.iíiiUWmrK.*rateandfrijridacr»ei..«Jj»    to    the    Ui    the    not< ibai came back fmm the al*orr. Then- IJmrk acuoa was 4*4ted. I could »hfflk of oo rerr    hneht bruwD hair, all i:; thi-kcurl^, n^.l    íUts^Atcí    /xhtr    meant'to cru..    .^ay. But, m a n^^nuh: aft^ r, he wa^ watch, • llore than two apeeiea are rarely found inhab-.    and    punted    to    a    wai    arusUinif    *d    learee,    followed    hr    a    plun^:**,    other    than    tu    '*    —^    — j    ----- .    ..    .    -    ,    •    .    .    . j >    ».    . A llESP -“DUO OUT.” There are ?u welt defined rpoeies -* oee^il thelonp-Uils, ahyaa the\ ure.'    »bi4nere«i me lliat tbey wtre the eyes of a doer,    these were, we ki not We had r«.*ver beard Vou ki.ow I alwaj *SoimfthinF elsel WhiU dr rou loiiv tin. * h^k sijfht wüi my nfle aimnjr a» D«*arly aa Í of them; they tn% he fifty tect-they mifrld be Hturr’i    be qiiif^    could midway between the Ii'mimws spou. I a hundrid.    they    were,    no doubt Launoelola j    *    pulled xr*i^, and iny troe piece reacfcid lilM a l'* pfccipUte u*Tto elem:tr. The proef.ecl; feci I aOcHiW tloiik rnward. and to sink*-at; s!**.rt and cI'a^- hk^ r dt:ar Ilenr hA\r VKihHrn oa, nreiK?! raoe rirt otnor wnriviw, I* U;ry In hit offl wai a Uwjff— bun<lina to Uh) ktre t wa« a »awy«r On the Uwrer*» auxioQn fice, I ."I roul«1 TT»il a knotty ca.*w. Nrr«J,iig l«v; Wh’lf the Mwjer. fiunt and grim. On a rough and knotty limo, Bun liij saw Now the law hi>T4« *eeoM 1 to ms h k'.- a liouhle X in fee. An! the JVluch errr way twa* thruit Mu»t M f.'Ilr.we.l by Lhe Ju*t, lAJí4th^itíu:. And the log npon the rack. a client ou the trai k. Hay»I it«pirl At the leitprrei! tvatli of ile«| Ma«le a w . ind that w-*u|ij not heal. Through the heart And each kerered at>V that Ml. lb tU filiOig teeunl to tsli. All pta-n. Of the many t«>ver«Nl tie». Tbat m Uw luiti will arite, Uringtng paiO. Tlien methMighI the tturdy paw, TUat wat u><.iig axt and law On th«* w >oil— Held a yielding nune of W4‘a|(h Vt ith lU honest to 1 and iicaltb — Do.og good. If the cL:p< that strewed the rronnd. Of eotne itHck^n widow fouoT In her aeed. ShonM. by I ghi an I wanntli. impart lile-.r^i to her aged heart, liappy deij. Thlsconclokiun then I draw. That 00 eiercite of ^ir. Twisting /nditt rtd>U,' law. h 01 go.u], lithe exerc'te of p.iw. Uu the handle of a taw, 8awiug wood. litiojr Uie iwe distn»». ^ thi(cw*r,phiciil d...    pwct; of low uraiapy ground Ui»t l»j to    one    »«of»om« b-Mr lilliiig in the wnter. Dick    a» beer with mj-luhbed r.fl*. At the wme    weur. them Terr k*/, iika Ui- pnrlrtiú of K--    it:« Tulgir her ,nd »',rd« .nd He tbotizht Klh.,-tmi.ii: .trci.g.i> of Ute.'he » '.i , tribution of these luninil» u «omewhit »iu({utir,    «de of oor course.    t.inicd tbi he»d of the diig-uul, ud paddled her    time I called uj,«fl,y omjpanioL tu joddie fur    pUa«L lieni t . Ujr, pour darmig. »a. luciiued    Lir,j le, »h- ^t,ed j..«t at the d'«r a:.,I Ifrkevl    I    .«i «>tbe Uwn to follow th.-m. Uie reindeer, morio, elk, and cnmni'.n d. er uccu-    1 aaaontod, and foil,uwed him to the place.    Wo    up to the bank. The tjreh blaiod bri*rhtl/, lit    l!ie shiro. We rrtrpd. un.icrallcircnm«wii-    to he red. lio> evis are Urge aud d.J-k prer,    fngh cned, nJii. itl-. the s;i[« n,/r uf tl. tw iU-    launceiul'a life waa rery d.tle Violet ‘Tto ._    '•    W..TU    W    b.uaavi    MIT    —aaaiNp^f    ajtotatv la d i- f iJA iVUlf* I't/MdlUf/t. Í ailCH -    -u... .«ws. .w^aiaauK •    •>>aa^-wii • aj're;- l^»cky MouaUins, or bcyoud llx*se to the ahur«* that its roots posaetwcd stimulant and carniini- dra|?^ her also into tin- boat. aNbortJy af* of the Hacific, thev are the c*»mmon deer of lire properties, but ibat tiie plant bad anything Wr a third was knocked OTer, which we iJund «aaw i«7<—.»< in, ui.n k/t'ui iMC9(;    iKMui«Tj w> • MU oeruaoeoiu piaui luax ffTu w p»w*wuw« «um, wctd.ui^ uuu uv lue aiiU'-r*. boí'ui, anu i» wmrjn *iT furv^iui ic z rciDj; i use SUCD eyei as 1.4luitCi.D t b cffts inh.ibit a re^fion of ewintry hitherto but    uearihe edj^of tlie awonip. lu atciii was lully    soon dciK^iuxI ban aal'ely in the boit.»m of    Ibe    the duf:-<mt near^ tU    b«ik, when a aharp    pr.cUc ey«, that 4i.w?m t» f    an! th ik as w d'    drets f r their nde.    Wbcti    llu-r came bac*.,    'r.a    *.    ?l‘    3i s/ mct.i.i**^    leave    EIU and her ifre;. little explored by mea of science. Both an* feet in bei^fhl, with large lobed leaves, dug-out.    crack reached myeari, bil-ar.d bv a lerrbc aanre. n^rel ew» onlr sh*. l»m tvon know »-Ten Lau-.ce! it - verv nmch disflDínnag o# :^f i.jlf an Inmr in ine    Uv    u.*ed to sboo'i fiiundoalym the weatum half ofthe couuneut «od a widcspre*¿ding umbel of wliite flowere. Our craft was once mere headed doww strec.m, cry from uiy Cumjj^.on. J j!uoc»J s iddi .ly the d dt-rtuce? Hr la very quiet. Id?* all dav ui:-    m    r».', ¿ ulJ uiA Lui <* tbs' v**-prartisifig a-rr-t;v—until <r.e d iv he ae- -tlut is, III the wild rcTirns exU-nding fn»m I knew the plant well. It was that which w tndwe scruUo.xcd ctctt wmdin^ of ibe burik.s n-und, t« a!«?«.rta n^^jc cti-e of the'^e dtmon- der the trees *m(k..kini! out of the most exqiD-.U: tli^vnjadt a U^oiuful [>sir. K-.a Us and '* ■ ---d V.dcl hv hit’ng The hxxU'sx'\tí a.s'U the MiMiisiT)! U) the Tacilic. In lonptMdu as far    ki»own in some places as inasterwort, but r.ore    »n search of another pair f>f j;loainiiJg cjee.    In    stntKias. Uick beltlin hti    bsad* a “b rt rojnd    hookah, ai.d reading .•^lAllrv.    I dot** on ^Ijr.P-r.    ^ io,fuI, aod Vadet f* fnll of    life and heeutv | lei-    aa    herself. He    uiked    .* gruat dc..;,‘and had castas the-Mintisfiippi,^thrv are rarely seen, but    ^«uraonly by the nauio of cow|ursiiip. Its bo-    has Uiaa half an hour these appuanni, atd    we    stick, wl.,ch I reco#¡ií^ jy    ibe *Í.aft ol the j*d-    and hifcShikire-are. H-w    f.jnd Hi*nrr w..-»lie wasubli^ tf>all*    w that ,*he was beaut lu'    ^    r*h*.!!.-y    f<-r    i:ht II» was more " *..... *    *'    '    *    ‘    *    •»    -    j »    1.11 _    .    The    blade    L.d    tapped    ofl,    itod was li'^ai- Sbak-ptfare! -ilisL weariFuur Huiidet:    And    but of o )urv v> braiiiifol as Klii. WiUi .jtursl and less v»iin; and    tvm away on the ttirlite.    uow her oai: LiU is going t*^ l»cg*.nd prev of thoi.,.’’ii he thrrw himik.If cleverlv inV» lU .evivndtd toUugh s*a*:.»bc heard, and to ap- \Ve were nf*w h» TNe rWrie^< of the i^r dearest Vivlct t*. c.ui*.-bcr. > j;. u-p^i#- >add»r, and olí the iLrct: started; E.ia Ik Iüajv Hreciatea; wt. Ihittin* was very nire.and Ú1- I rncl ifH.' a note fnun .^unt i’hnn.ley, her p.iLUjcI vtn. ttghtir    vays h*d the appearance of a c ndrsccnaifu, as you; and, darling V;. I «,!! ;„.Terf<jfgiré    "* you -iou’t c*»!!!!- directly. I- r ui> ioi* r in .    .    ’------  —    -----' ......       ^    ....7-....V ..V4...V, o»,w»u, ------ ^     -1--------- -......-        .V    V....V, ...V 7.-rId Cuuld over sei<aratj RiC fruRi mv oM !. tothennrfh it is met with in Orcgm, and on the    he cut one <if the ^oiuU from the stem of the    * lourth deer was shot at, and ausscd, the dug-    wou’d have carried bodies with like vei*»ci-    V'i.iK t. If v(,u d« n’t c^niie I    ahull think ^r.u are eisWni side of the Rocky Mountains, as high as heracleum, about six inches in length. This he having mied buddcoly against a rock ju»i tv. We ouuld u<»i rate a dixen struk»rí» be tore an^Ty at me f*»r mv badc.mduct to re t Hetm.    ^ ... ____,    ..    __ ______ the tilty-luurin parallel. Tlieloug-Uiled species commeiictd fashiuning s*>iaewhat ufitr the uun I ^aspufimg the trigger, thus rendering my w* shonld b» swept Hhi bnuk: it was U>j law. and indeed I fotd h"w guiiiv i am. Í had f-':ch re ^pect .n ihc di«Ui.ce. .ocelots bhVid ‘ iet7u«t:ce. it was all i-n Launcelor* >ide. I^ft ■ (y./sMjttriij- IS tiie most oumraoij deer of Ore-    ner of a pennr-trunipet. In a few miauU-s be    Aim unsteady.    Webiibsaw this; ai| >act kueA ihefeelmgN    a tcmble dream *.f him lust nigiii. I to mght    oanie up    ijiWj    hw-c;    N>meiiDijg    atirred    hi.-    t> oerself,    she wouln nevei    have    sa:d    a    ers* gon and the Columbia Uiver.aud its range also    had whiiUed it to the proper form and dmien- 1 need hardly say that this sjiorl was ex-    of the othe»’, fhr we fdtalik*. Nsnher sp.ka    he l*»* k-d s*> pale and rt*pr>»achml. ju»! h;S    hpart, strung    hi* D^rvrs up t»> thnr nxttirai tn.c    aonltohim.    But    wh^t    could    .»ibe d>    when    the extcudseast of the K'»cky MounUms, though    wona, after which he pul up his knife, and ap-    frtjuielr exciUug; and we had grjt many miles    but, crenching down aar^ b»*.4iijg the gunw.i!* 4    tuv "¡te H imlel. (¿ kkI bv.*. I can’t wr.te *ri-    ard n. ‘    ‘ notso far as the longitude of the .Mississippi.—    Ikying the pipe to lus lips, blew into it. The    without thinking either ol liie :    of tliu cauvA*,w'e uviaiie<i heswlulmoment. The    1    ouher word, üiraunt wants me Vj g» with her The*" two ap4*ciea are often confounded with    i»*»und prnlticed so exactly resembled that which    ^i*f4ncc or the fact that we should be under the    boar seeined W have som apprsbension ua weii    .    to the viiiagf. l>o o>hm.*, dearest Vioicl, and each other, tnough in many respects they are h-    1 had alrtmly beard to proceed from the det'r,    diaap*t5eabls oecesaity of paddling the old Flat-    as us; for, iD^toad oí his cndeavnrs u>    ¡    oome immediaU-lv.’ uJly unlike. Indeed, there are two vafieiiea of that I was surtled by 11 Not having fullowed * CAnt>e »'^» ry inch of liie way back again, climb mmilie canoe, be omefit*-d himself with • Ihi.s letter deli'ghM K’la’s fr.end. .^he had the foriiier, both haymg the black tails and long his maii<euvres, I faJc.ed for a moment that wc *^Am it was all plain sailmg; and Dick’s holding !ai»l to the pujni^udenily under some ' never liked the tíirre.tD-n v.iili ('.rmi Henn ears which distinguish them from other animals had got ¡ni » cioae proximity with one of the    light    enough,    as    itoonsiMled    mcrelv    in    alann. The u»r.h still ilax<-d. .md the caD«a* Dampier, which »*he had !bo:»;'!il vvrv adlv and lAuncelot bit I.:** I’t- ‘uh. ! r*m»»mhe’“: vhi Orieday ihc thr**^ fmnd ibw.selvis t gather of the deer kind. From the great length of Ihcir l'*ng*t»ili My cimpanion la'ughed, as he roint-    du^uit    head    foremost    in    the    middle    wa.s catching fire ; r*erbps tb*' it was that j sent.menul; while this sttcud to .ftir *a r» a! I hatnto women rid ng iiko j »rk-v», \ u'afv ^*n . Ua.cb under a hne old purple bvech, ears, they are called muie-deer by Buur hunters; ed iriumphautly to hi.s new-made *calL‘    of the rver. The    —•    ^    ----•-« .    »»*•-    -    .    .    ...    .    .    .    .    .....    - TLvt ambied d< NO the avenue t -hfr. hut vch-n men tálelo chtldr^ when ibev ?ot a fhi r* 'zreunc/* on iv*a*l. V He*» 11 hated Violet; and thev qturrelled er-' i*jt n* 4ed her.vif in the saddle; a id. w.tirio/ err day regularly, but were seldom «part. They h**r    hai.d lost in iu wh.le g.unlitt, dartcc    ‘oated each other mt much that they OiuJd aot be ■>fl, i* or Dg al .n;» the ro.v.1, t.:’ *0** hrcaoie u lappy w ithout biC>:»*rir)g. Atthough v«doVi<v made him envy and luLg and hale and ad- w,t.s s*» .mpvrtiti^nV' Tims they n,de, and shot, lul in n brtatu.    ' ^md i>l«y(*o at cheM andquarrelh'd, and sulked. II»* lunifcd to 1-IU and sa'd lurriedlr, '¿htli ;iod b-c«irie reconciled and quanvUed again: We rid. fast*r, Mi«a Liaipi« V    '    and    hilo, sidl and calm. l>e ke<i*>n with her soft *ll T*fU piease.’ answt-r***! KlU, t;ni.d!v; ‘but I blue eyes, and oMcQ ‘wondered they were such cun’i ride / y >u kii'»w.‘    .    cl    idren t< g,íth*T.’ rUe current ran at the rau of alarmed the bear. The iiat circumstance gave ’ future. She wr »te t*. h»r aunt, of wh *r. ^!it . lu.ic rigli, but he fruited 1.9 h'-rsc «nd* UlI down its great brancbca hkc biiWers, ■7 ioits Q. Si XX. Of all the amasemvnt* of the mlad. Frooi c (iuwo to fidiiDf. Thtrc loa't one that jroa can find So very ehfap at “w.*h:D*!'‘ A very choice •livisiou too. If we but rifhtlr a«c it, An*l not i!t we arc apt to do. Pervert it and abuse it. I wiih—a common wi«h ln«leM-My purse waa M»metbipg f.AUer, Thv I ni ght cNeer the eb :ld of need. Ami i»oi my pride t»> flatter; That 1 ni sldi&ake oppression reel. As only foM ran make it. And break Uie tyraul'a rod of iteck As only sold can break it. I wi4h that Svnipaihy and Ix>Te. And every liuoian pastion. That has lU uri(:n alHive. U'onM eomeand keep In fasl'ioo. That Scorn, J*'alou*y and Uau>, At»d every hi*»e emotion. Were burie*! fifty faltioms de* p Beneath the waves of Oct an. 1 wifh Oiat friend* were alwayt tree, And roohrei always pure: 1 wi<ili the s<>od were not so few, I wiah the were fewer: 1 wish tl)«tD4r»mii ne’rfurg t To hee*i ifiair p oils teachiiis, I wish that pracUcinx was Rrit; Modiff'reot from pr«ach;:;s! t wifh that taodest worth m sht tie Appra.sed w th truth «n*l candor, 1 W'Ji that iniioeetice wa« ft*e From Trekcherr aud inlander: I wish that men tlieir vows wonid mind. That womeo ne'er were rover'»: I wifh that Wives were always kind And hu»biuds alwayi lovers. I wish- in fine—tliat Joy and mirth. And every foo<l M»*a1. May con**, eii-wh le, UiruugUuut üie earth. To ix the xlurious I’eal: Till Hod sh:sll every creature bkii With his Huniemest blefsmx. but black-UiU 1» the name moat commuuly ‘Now, master,’ aaid he, 'we’ll soon “nib out” three miltts an hoar, and therslore drifted us . u.s at the luomcot lild' o<nceni; the greaKr ' wan c-»n4iderably afraid; and, in a frw davn ar- * d- Tún be i.bserved verv loudir,    Tu-    'b Lt ibem. F.l; g .llitrvd a few <d the most used, fpjm the circiiinHtanre Uiat the hair upim . cne of the hiug-tail buck».* So saying, Le t*iok Along w iih sulliacul nipidily.    , dangtroclipsed the Lss. ^ v Lad hardly U‘»t:c-1 rived ut High A*4ignrve. She wn rocen bv dor i* u very vulgar litUe girl.’ '    ^-auliful l*.«vef urd placcíl them in her hair. their tail tipa !s of a deep ietty blacknw* and    ui» the antlers, and desiivd me lb follow him . *^he first thing that •nggesled a rctuni to    ’    cd it, when we felt tlat we wvreg«'ing over. > KlU waha burst of eiiii;u»ui.-:n: winch, con.i Tg    Afters U!Le\ i(.let c.mie back: herbhick h<»TV    Thrv    did d»»1 l**«»k very well; her hAir was i*k) very c**n»p¡cu(>ns. The black-taiU are larger    wc pn»ceedod as before, walking quicklv but    ®*lher of us, w ss the fact that our nine-kuoU had    '    The canoe ‘‘hot onward m if pnipelied by some 1 from one so calm, qu.u; elocinUed I^ui.ceh*:, by    frainu g, bin l-eod well up, his uHrk arcüed, h..-    ligl-h    aod lAui»cei‘»i said than tlie long-tails, their leg» sh >rter and their cautiouslv among the thickets, and around tliuir    had jiisl piled ihe Lulol tliem in , pnijecyle lorre; then cims a Uud cranh, as I .\»mt Cbumley wiiIi no a»»re.rfM*v * f ki:.d:.< -» l.irgv vv..-» will and brgfit, »hv hushed, amma-    “T* rLaps ih y will l«xjk better (n you, M. h^ioa altiigether of a stouter build. In run- edge*. ^Ve bad gtjue only a few buudrod pace*    frymgpaa. At th.s moment, a noise s<jUQd* ] tliougb wchad dMpjK*d ipoia hanircck. Water * and, by J-aunoelul himself, wit:. »* c »jd b*jw. Yet ted, full of lUr and heiilh. Koui e-dot sat neg- T aior," he added, ¡»;ckirg a broad and ruddy ; ning, they buuud with all thoir fset raised at further, when the hollow whislio of a buck ^    cau.M.*d    us    some    feeling    ol    | and npray, and frith vciu d..*hed over our 1 she wo» pretty enough. TiiC raveu hair, hgently .,u hía hay—one í*anJ on the crupper a* and laying it Bacchante fsinhii*n, on her ' Doce; wh.le th'n*c of the lotig-Liiled species run saunded in our ears.    alarm. it was the noiso ol falling wuUt. It w oi* ' b*»die*; and the next tnonctt, t» our nurj«rise as I which ii wa« her will and p’.*?a?ure t*i w»*ar iaiy men do mt <*n h<#raehack—walking »li»wlv | • urly, üixk block hands, liis hand u»uched , more like the common f«lli»w-deer, by tretling «    ‘.V*»w,'    muttered    Dick,    ‘we    have him. .Squst    *hice    leaving    the    p»»!*t,    we    iiad    . well as dtliglif, we fell oi.rsSlves still aiive, *nd | Crtfwding over her fact* in wide curly band^; hei Kilo’» dozing hanging down his head aiid shv;(-- b'^r th*»-k. He aiartr'i. and dr-pped it budden- j few ste|>s and then giving one boundj and troUf    down, maaUr, under the huali—so.* I din ay    I'AJ'Sed the mouths of several siiniil aireains,.    .«leateii in the canoe, wbw a r..s tioat-ng gwnilv ' great black eyes that never rested f-»ra m' ment;    mg, with the ü.es settling on b.s twinkling pmk    Iv^t    if that round fn»h fare had been burning ting as bof<»re. It is to this species our descrip-    d»*sjred, hiding unself und^r Üie lesfv branches    fhai descended into the one upou which vve were,    in still water. U was «ruitt daik, lor the v»rcli! her tinv bond ; b-r fabul*u.s waist; her I gl»*    eyelids.    .r n.    \ lolet blushed deepiv, and felt diHtrea.sed, I lion will now bo confined, as iu connection with of the wild ro.«w-tre»*.s. Mv cuinpann'u oowi n*d    casi-s    orir    a    jumhle    of    n>ck\    thus    form-: had been exti?lglll^h^.*d huí eren iu the dark- fairy ligurv; her wid^* red lips, and L«.r uutaiiiL- ‘ Violet, 1 thought vi-u would !i»v»- and OALamed, and angn. 'Trembling, and with .    ,*    in    such    an altitud-'that he *ng a series of d* nay rapida ButiUat whieh %v. I iiessw-c .uid p.*rceive tie k»ir hw    '.......... i It the adventure we are about to relate befell us. d*»wn b»*sidi*5 n*e The long-tailed d.-er is one of the smallest of himself was c jiiccaJed, while the buck's h'iud heuid was directly ahead of u% and imret. tli.iind;;nng near the b>»sl To cur gr»*al satis-; alighlingon the steps uf ib'at »tiU, Lay, gentU the deer kind. Its weight rarely exc*eds 1“" JWid antlers were held ui>»\e llie fdi.ige, and    a    ra¡»¡dor    fail    of    the .-ilream it.^el:; lactit»u, w. reiw him be«ilin|'l the («here, and ! luan-like lanisc. p-iundi. It resombles ill fonn and habits the visible from several points where llie gr ound was moreover, it api»eared l-mdcr than any we bad wideuing the d siancv tc^Wivii honí«>M and us ¡ F->r the two lirst days Violet < chared her>cU common fallow-deer, the chief di.»tinction being open. As s»»on as we were fairly placed, Dick    passed.    ^    w.lh all the haste he could n.ake. The unex-1 with perieci prupnely. She embr /idered nn r** Ü1S tail, which reuders the former a oonspicu- applictl tho call to his lips, and blew hisinnaic .    time    in    oujjectures.    The    l»ected precipitation over the falls had couiod hit' than two square inches of jh*rlin w«rk, and d d ¡ .»us obj‘*ct. This appendage is often found to n<*ies several tmuts iu succewiMin, We heard first impulso of my compunion, uj«»n catching courup, if not his bostil^n.     t    n.»t make a single iillu* on to the titablc< mming and ' able vivacity, uiode her appear like a wild bird been killed,’-said KUa; *n uat* made ru*L i strange difliculiy of breathing. &he gt.t up and sitb the inieiitMJti al»o of car inoaHureeighteon i:icfie.9 in lenglhl While run- what apj»eared hi be an ecfi-*, but it was there-    was    to sb»p tho prugreas of the dug-, liick and I be.ided theiaioe, ddw half full of uing, It is held erect, and kept con.stanlly switdi- sjK.nse- f a rival; and shortly «fu r we Ci.uld    which in a few seconds he sncceodid in ■ waU r. for the opp .^;te b.iiik.vrtilth we oentnred ing from side, so ast-> proJuoe a singular aiid distinguish a hoof-strc-ke upoii the dry turf us if    but    by this Unieour t»reh luuJ aAown u* (to reach hv uaing the r Jc and our Lunds lor ■ 'the s»»:ne animal was bounding toward us. ’■    -------      '•------- • ukt's    enlly it apinsired, a hne buck, at an opeiiin liter    tweén two co¡»s» s «bout Pr'paces from ihi It, 4UMC4 a i«/ua uuuuu. v> uiuu carrk»* it w'bere wo lay. It had halh-d. thrown b»tck uiion yr r —;--->, ■;— —    --    1    *••« ♦4«»**5 %j\*> ^nu«v um **4 leavit    t    ©, ibiut twice Hie    distance of    the »teps and    then it    *t* tiaiikH„unti! its liuunches almoHt touched    the    ^    “    siwiijg this,    Dick    turned    his    [»aadle,    and    |»cr-    we    lurutd our face* up    stream,    and alUr a Ioijl' trots again.    No matter how    closely    pursued, it    proiind, wh’le full laf^fe »*ve glanecd over    Uit    °*Hted    the    dug-out    once    more    to    tl<»at    niUi    tb«-    and    wearisome    wdTk.    sucre«drd in    getting hack u«ver alter* this nuMle of progreioiHin.    (rpcning, as if msirching for s**me obj-*ct At    The    Deiltuomeut    we    ¡*«ased the nn»uth to llie p*4t. Next morning a p irty went down Like the fallow-deer, it preducfssreiticd fawns this moment applied the 1t«* his lip» ‘    waters,    having    just    f*»r the reuisou, which are brought fi»rth in the spring, and At the- ‘‘--- ...    .    .    :    -    r-ii    ,.r      »    r...»      ,i------------------.    ------- change their Color to first winter. About they gather into til Apnl, when mg tlieinsclves The long-tailed deer is found pniicii*a4j» lu -.....»•,    ——    ,.,144 i...-    .    *' ** a u Wooded c*juntrie.s; hut iu favorite hauuU srém»! brt)w sntlep^ set fi.nvard, he accepted liw chal- Attention was aitrach-d by 10 the hoary timb«T of the great foresta, but in lenge, and the park-iike openings that o(^r in many jisrU tance of twenty of the Kocky MouuUm valleva. ,S.»iiiulimes still uncertain whole fell asleep ociy Iw ite when LsuuceU-t cond-'-beaded to road aloud the m ít.e*t poru awsy in that moLU'.r'    '    m «w*y. saying that she was g*ing f-r her ^oi- And wliat :nai«w vou both ride as if yrm rav*!—although «he bod it m her luind^ud wireic a pn»oei»sii n, and «fraidof tran-pUng or. ■'"uJd be back lUimedMtelr. But m;c sU>ed the cri*wd?’ retoii»*d Violet *t.’»«u.s:n 1. lunc loi, -w.iv along, W'tdenr^ at c-.u^.u Iji«i*cc-you are Sfimething W'.nderful. A atreng :nai.    I'-t's irui«-rtinence.    When «hecm.i.' b.ick »;■< like v>»u p) nde in that m»iUL»*r. Are i.mmad-    •newus to be    KiU and i-iu;te» I    i 1 jelly thi* V .j Wiuld break if bhaktri? F.w ioue mlo tlic slirobbery to l*K-k after a haft-that ^!ian.»■. H;iv**atan'-*:r. VourLay w*-u't bea* l-id run the patli; and Vi-.lfi »«t duwo id'teeii M ih. and s-he trh-d hard I*» look in if siif : n*y black; aitiiougii my black 1* blotni and y.*ur - u th- bench wa.iing f<-r them, and vtn* pleased m* maa,and by a .«^uddcD lUn»t, whst Epip-íychi-h-m wo# jH ah-M.t mar- ¡s ' \\*.lri g.ive the bay a-i:;«rt tliey had r'DC. She beard a f*>«,ii.?ep It was F.ior httlc    w.iman! She ka-*w os n.‘uh «lemt    cut w.iuher wlup. wh:di teal it off »i    a laDd    Launceloi without I 4 oiusin. “K’Uhadg*»oc cither a«    if c-msin Lauure, assh-c-i- eu lun*,    ghl -p. Au^v tiiev both fl.<w. clatt ni    g o:.i.    .nt*j the ü'»uth:, ’ he «aid, “not quite uudcrsUnd- hadmforiiu    d    h»r    in    the    native    diahrt    of    th**    tije bard rood like *drag>oni. But ^ i-.iet bcoii    -g tbat Mn^e    lud    wa« coming back    to the glories of the    Anax Andnm,    «-r    a.s    it    he h«*l t.ld    him bv a full letigih; or, as «he phrased 11. vb»    *<At.”    *    l    j    1    ^    " her how arms and the man wt-re sungni M.iuiiu woncieveriy:’ w.iu.g Launceh't that iie h d t ' ‘ det insuntly rose*, a kind of terr *r was in ) a t**w ^v-'ks dunng the summer scas-.ui, long ago.    Hut this stale of th ng« could m-l    great deal Vj d*» vct before he c>»u!d nd    agsir*:    her facc, and *bc irrUibled ux<re tliou ever. “I    | that wefiret    met    him. last long.    Old h.ib:t* and old iistineli» t-nieud    her, which iitade him hub her a« much    oa ii>bi    ui'inx go and lo,,k for her, ’ sbt aaid, uJring up    i    He    was    dre«*ed m the most approved hunt- h.e,” to Ula, warmlr, tenderlr. miih her h -a w ith Ktlf-rcpi«aich, “Uooá bye,” to aun' innt hers.;ll verr sad; and Ibeu ‘Hiood bye,” to ;.aur>reVL ‘H»0»'-d bye. Mr. Cbtimler,” she ^d. bokliitf out her hand, bat Dot looking into -us U(v. lie ooold not spt«k. He tned to b*d uor adicii, but bis hp* were dry, rad kia f>iM w.wrid mk cituc. All he did wa« to exprys'- in bia feAture* such exquisite sufleringlhat V.nDi ■ *ra moment was Aereóme hereelf, and e-old ctraly draw awsy Ut liand. The úmrsü n. k; D. i duly with brave VwiJet befijre all. I^uu->' t stood whe4t she left bits. She ran down ihe lawm, «be was Almost oot of sight, when •V.-.icL’ \kiU% " raog from the bouac like the *Tv of death. \ lolei—t moment irrwolahi—returned; toen imosl U'looosciously she found bciaelf kneeling he^idc Laiuoeckit, wfH> lav senselcas lu a chair, u.d Miyirg, “l^auncelot, 1 will not leave j ' .' The burden pain was ahifted ih»w. Frr-ni l^atxnoeM and her to Kila. But KJla—^nt-metitai and ecnTentional as she might be- was g rl wlio, like many, can perform great aicri-•locs with an unruffled biow; wh<i can ict* ov. r tbcir hearts, and feel without expression; who c»n*iime th< ir som^ws inwanily, the w-.rid ihe while beheVtng tiieiii happy. Many year* afb*r -by the time her grao ful gir’ih'p'^d bad waned into a fadtid wf.m.inh -*«l, Hud when Launcelot b:^ bec»me an active c .. try gentleman, and Vuilel a sUid wik*—K;Ii lost her a-IT» ;w», and came t" her peace lu ihc ^•vc i.f a dioahicd Indian officer, wnom she had k nown nuny year* ago—and wh« «<e sunset da \« 'tie mode dsvs of warmth and joy; ficrsua.l -.g li*rK lfaijd him ua», that the Cornet l>anipit r r‘\te liod ILrUrd wtiLwheu a girl, she bod alw.»>« V»ved. A KKKTUCKlAirS 8T0BY. laths oeighborbiMidof a small town situafrd j oiuntT, Kentucky, and nght at th»- junction of a cross-n>ad which boasted -»f a (¿n eery and blacksmith shop, and “very” suiall «tore, there livea a characur whom we recently met, and whoac great»-9t bi»asl wa-*, tli«t he ‘w.** -.iieof the five hundred irten who killod Fsckeu-ham, St Orteana * UiB {teraoo was decidedly ‘unique,’ entertaining. as be exf resoed it, ‘an hon»f«it passion f -r Sghting.’ In the crntrse of his knockdown\ all the tmgert of his left hand bad been either bit, cut, or chawed oft, with the exception .»f bis t-ru one, which was a long, Luik member, With a b'< nail OQ the end of it. Alih 'Ugh dtpnved of the use of one fj-t, ibis finger serrad h tu a very useful pupjs It may be prep»ir lo suie, that m Uiis ;xrci.> n -.1 the Country. iigliting is regarded as « imie mailer of arousement, ekpeciallv when ‘red ey. * iaabout, and neighbor* ku»jck üuwnand *g»ug.-' each other m a friendly uiannir. The subj*et of our story had a peculiar foshu n f».r fightn'p; being rather short, and not very hoary, be h..«l to take, 09 be Mid, all the little adrantag»r< to keep even. H;* grand ptiiUtwa* to walk up to inch long prartice had render'd him ¡H-rfrct m, pok.* h:» long bi»nv hnger with unemng |>recision id hi* oppiDent'a eye, and b:t him at the some tiuio •under tbebelu’ It was at one ofih< »e d‘'üu's;¡c walenng places where íaniilies c< Vt I pjir of fiery Tb: 1 «me    tdnriij.    At    U*e    d..-    pl'“U‘ned    out    v(    *,me    lo»    hu-A.-.    up..n th. went) j«£ei .,r bo b.lud, if l-i‘of il-e'r.rer. t ..w that tbi-r we;reth. min I.l the 0h.racter of hii .«eniT ; "f VP'*    k>'"1    ¡    cutid tut From th»- ilouMhcId Wordi, TWO cousins. ding to the lH.':illtT of the Iand.«Oai>e.    .■»I«IU    444    »    •tmiiut-»    «v-i.miuuai    .u    Uia»    ue^'itucu.    .    ,    1    *    H    1    .    *    n-i    .    j    •    t 1    .    >    •«i    i'*    "    w.    ..    •    .    _    .    >    wic» Vt44.i«^itk«.«    njin    uer«i    «    --------—•'     •••    -    •--- ,    ¿¿i    Tr    •    m?:"4r    thrdelI biJSVTo.¿"ón../.^í:iíaulVart ! uü.’.Tu' he^urelim’ to 'Ltli-«d’;    ¡    “".-“V    >'-> 00^.,. th„ Uochy MouuUtu. to Kurt Vm,e«'u,ei, fl.e U.t ,-rta of .Mh.the .    upon    J    «    J,,....."f"" kT k. r. wiua*. ic* ; How eftsn .. 1 m/laneIv hour*. Like hMl.UK on Ui« w>i«g« of »lesn. Or d*w ou iLe utuoDfc ou« doaer*. 1 Hi gtilf - s-ther m-lU: s pfa>er. While ‘w I h-r.Lg pk'a»urt * luadly flj; But in the anil. ui-l»roken or. Her fff ntle tou- a cooie atei’ «f by: And reara of tiu and tuanhoo-l il-«, And leave lue at my nu^tber’a kne*. 1 have been out at eventhlf. Beneath a raoon I.l i»kr of Pprlof, WKon earth waa x^rniahed lue a bride. AuU n stiiiia'i on Ii*-r I;ÍVm Wtiix ; When buratlijg bu l» ai.d uewy groi". Aud ««tera lean.11* lo the I giit, And all that miKt a tTi»‘ pubei p\«a Wif't WiUrr «W» rtneea ihrong- d the n’ght; When all w«4l.-*uty, th-.n liav.* I lfa*o>l«vQ w!. :;;: niy love ta flung. Like Mirrh oiiWiusaDf Arahjr, Uased up where eveolng'a lasp li hut;g • And when the beauteoue ■ p rít Uiere Ftai.s ov«T all lU g'lMeii chain. My Moiiiert vuioe eauie on the air. L'ke Ute I ght drr>pp ug «>f ti • rain: And re-ttiiig --n eoinr «lv--r »tar. The «P'rtt of a Imiuled kriee. I've pourwJ a -Wp and fervent prayer That our eteri.iy mghlbe-To in Heaven, like atara by n gbt, An»l tread e I.ving p-ath <jf light whuu circum.tAim« reuderrd it ut<te»«rT th.t’ t.h.«,, we tnidRed hum ward to th-'p »'-    'Tr'.tTL    ,    I,    'f    ’ ,h i’"!'’"    r" I*"’I'    “f I t,h.HiM Stop for ,u.meduT..t. SMuIltoodmK I'art uf our w ay. a. we tvtunted, Ur .loo^    -“-uilatteumlt    wtlh    :    the .Lsduw of thechestot.t tree, to dít^tm rtpi. p ..t on one .if the bra.rtthw of the O-lumbia. 1 the stream, and we saw sereral deur a] prmich- "P-’C',    .    ,    ,    ^    ^ , I    »'*    day a ter • mode o . i.stoi.ce Iras. iu fact, deutmed. wattmg for a port» .dfur- ..■(} U.e water, but, cumbered a. we wire, we ^ ¿“i’ T? .nÍ‘ uAt’ ñ    ^    •““>    >““*•    li-'    ¿‘-“"J traders with whom 1 was to travel, and who re- failod in L'ettmu a shot. An idea, however, was “f my sUit. lo my jfivat surjir^, the eyes ; hut beiu).. .imied some time to pel their packs in readings su^rtW to my comiamon that urt.ioised n-    'hfc    ifl^imr    from    the    bn.hes as l.anucelo ( htimler ws, a spoilt child. A ‘    t    .    J    .    l.r.irlilla    a.    ever    IIhiI    I    lio>.eil    liia    allnS    III.    spoilt child full ol noble thollfdltS and (tciierou» 1 simply t-1 wait lor my travelinif _    .    inai pauloua, I was ufoiirse enavye almost to death    ally practised among back-wtsidsuicn, hr carry-    ,, ,, msuth. place. Tharc was noOuuB to be seen    mj?a torch ihroiigii llio w «ais. Dor P.ich was    ^ aroniid but packs of bearer, utter, mmk, fox, and    lo ihiat u|«m the >raU-r, w hile w e wen snu"-!y    i,,,    „,;n i„„j L    , bear ak.ns- and nothinir to be heard but the in- sealed beside it; in other words, we would cairy ^    ,    ,    .    ,,    .    ,    ui    .    a    , I oissaiit chlttering of Cmadian roTserura, in a our lotch m a can.w, i.ud, lio.tii.g down stn-auf,    ‘i'"    '"P' I mixivl jarotim of^Kreiich Ijigliah, and 'ndian would sh »il the dw r that hap|H-ned lo Iw upon    ,,    ,    .    ,    i by darzling vinous of disliiicUiei. Hut lotuiire- To luie m-aLr. s d u^eiati.l. thit, the Umks drinking or cading Iheir U-.t, m the , «* »' f ^    '>«-P'“'r >«" j* , '«• P'-'-i-'i '-"“7“    i-“    1    •"‘‘'“'"“¡-•''Í ' w« vtrr h^l e "eat    bul    waU'. 1 had heaVd of the 1.1. but had never themoat to-or droad.^.    or    un.rmeud,    1 t.-we-d he Would no. urc.-.,t a dukedomotT, red was very Iiiue Ujiai, ai a ujuimg 10 orioa oui    o    I    ,1 .    ,    i.    .1    nun IS no match for bun, and eren the coracc to him: it would be oich a bore ! Ill* mother 7w^c7->iJk h:..l Aflen 1*1,d d.J io.lo."w,.’e‘'n..d oul hunter of Ibose parts shun, the onoounter., had imhed done her best t.rum him bv.iumil- his mother liDiruidly, at the same time aakio,:    fousm,'    w    l,.j¡    ;, i V'.-.h-t, the next riiom-.-.f. j"-< who hate w/’    )|»re endence of a recent muss, when she was goiu,: away agaio.    _    laying'her little hand on his .hould, r,‘iuve r «i ■    "V'«i    know the contrary,” suid loiuucelot, A crowd i.l some four or five visitors had as- ■4 on don’t keep hor-,«, C. usin LaiinceV Vi»- a r.tii- n the house—or a jsiir o( j, s;.j!,v 1,^’uii. i hnrr.i-d'y, “i ou deu-»: and despise tne: and strahh-d at the spnng, which gushed out of ij«j let sniil on Ihi third UK Tiling at, ra:.- celot wa* vi taken bi surpri- he l.umedly lake no jiains to hide vour leehnc*—not ordi- side of a hill, and wen-sitting ,.n some wide bcncbee, liateuing to !• IS marrellous adventures by "by ti.«>d and lield," and the innumerable nien he “finit” and "hcked.” One of the party j.resent, at the nsk of being oonsideivd impertinent, rentnred to ask him "how he loet his eye" The old fellow uumidiatoiy brightened up, and situng Ufain an empty kig, drew a huge twist of the natire leaf Irtim bis buckskin, and said. "(lenlleman. Ton won’t hardly bsdiere this sioiy - some lolk’s don't—but it's a fact, and no niisuke.” "Sonw f .rty rear* age, things sram't tnTer.-,ed to skeer guiio and let l',reigntrs in. "W ell, ale ut that time 1 'buop-]«iled’ my cabin, on Ike side of one of Ibe I.ieking bills, ‘pre-riou-i’ P> my going lo agricullitre. There was iMiwi-rful lot of game then, and a teller cuulj,|^id cti'«>sc. "<*ie dav 1 started out on a still hnni to ‘dri¡. .............. bucks’and ailmire naliir. I went abuit tlir, .1 s-lf, iir 11 n as Ijsuncrh-t n /w rrho held her.— ( miles sntbout seeing a deer fat enough to wx-ie -She hid her lace, but he ton*-I h-r t. |i« k np. ¡pwderon. When 1 came to a precijace on tho For a |oi:g time, she be« -:ight. nly t" be re- •ni.hv Fork o‘ locking, 1 stoppesl. and c-io- trencr-d Ihinki' afoiul •f’ilgrim’s ¡’tngnss'and ‘Ib'biiison I ru. when presently I se.-d a h.g buck laying . the f-sit ol a precipice, whicii were about lour rouinai., d. eji. I U.1! you, rci - This luuiicsloi 'chuniley said, yawning—al- cel-1 still iii' tc ctddly ilv twelve (I'chak, Vet It was ten ‘IIow . Jowi. to, sami-1 strange?    ....---------- o ... a, I dont know    what yon    mean, 4 mi,-t, said    fu«, ü.,, chllleug.-:    believing of Mrs. I nun.ley, a l.tUe sieraiy; 'I thin. „ a ore ¡.uie bhick-eved g.rl wb-ve wa.ethoc lid.-•trangr^not my son.    Letwtun hu ibou.b and l.lllc hnger, and «ill. AnMsw.rtbii    ste.sdied    the eyes f r some,    p.nds mat cuM    hatdiv lind gloves    ,m.!i tiine; for \ lolet hs-k.-d d. wn, (oelii.glv ribukc-d.    ^nougb t,r tLem, could n¿t shoot so    well    as    he. .'•s.* saxs -s • a.» sasss' »*J«- í»u» tIVUri » , «tiU UlCIC »!'    •    .    *    11     • oJti chUlrii^-cU UuuctJoi U»sh0<‘t with b^rrat a ‘ f*’'*    nic,    I    w-.uld try t-vcD mote iLmu I 1- Mce*; then «be, as hlie irrr* I iiready ined U» tucci-wi. 1 can eudure ram.atthirtv. Uuueel-1 vra* Uf j.reud t.»    rati    than tie Umi.:1iaung conwaiDt lOq:»’; bclicririk» <*f Ci;ui>u that «    LTrne!”    LaiiucvM bocau.- «iiddeiiJy Ku c. ildaii    *ith    » ch«ikiii^'Sirrsatiun; tb< ri* •f friln» M ir- h:3 head, «"d hi* ItQjb^ «h.jok. Suddritly te*r> csme intu h;.» eyes.— • a.«s-sa«,.. vsavuas was.x* MUS .MVXk, BS. «VU oa Ve% mSTl S« fav N X-», fiV Wept. V lt N't flUtjp Li f '■ "ho'ikr*;í'S 'lí’itf,’;;':'.'-!.;    ",-'h    ■-«'"o:.    i«.    v..iS'    '"■“'i    -    s--- time that d.y, I. was s tootm.- '"‘P'''* Uüii* t Ltd bv t bumlev, wh<» uaa imvardl^ ,    .    l    i thankfi.1 that suVh a tp.yVwife had Uy.i choseh , 1“r"^ -men cli.VWn ; h.i ó „ . k ••" iut-oc'-nt words which m:gfc* bs'e been smd I,rht in the ÍTiire in I Í    *    brother,    Uul    ihev    Comunal up s Strsnge ,r wíicí w ; . r"'t I "•    “>    *>■">■    '    '■’I-* di-'ngsge her-1 ice. which was I.l t ven- .h-ae-Jil 1 ,1,    ..    „    ____ liwsed, when siiddenJv, as if conipiertd by some , I thing stronger than lu-rseif, «he Hung herself ■, from him, and dartod into the house, m a state Th¿ .WJni;ng ¿ouñlr7ho.,rer wt. bean- then fore knew «IlXñt rtntwL‘iit::.*d’,\b"n‘: Th , wrai why my oi.mpanion h«i admoumbed I igaUsl ...dulgenoe; ai.d how .I,.-n.tig her Imnds Xh-foghdheda.i.."íüi«.n;^^^^^^^^ Uful aid^e foifly UndLdw/^^^^ 0“ e^ry that n,am th.loUowmg nigh, w, ah^d.W.h; ™*    lífí    "i.J    V.7    J7’.    !■'    «!•    .h*‘ a well-hnd h.dy. •Come with me, Kliy, darling,’ she ss d: -¡ft .1* “VrLklLt,'¿¡d ihatt!7ma.f^hfs^uTnd i,í ' "f‘“““Jf-go sud lease Launc.. It is really n-o stupid .p.adv—'    ‘    -    - here! -I can't eiidnre It much longer. I want to ' ' see what that laiv kllow is r a.Iy uwle ol. I amuol cng-ageil lobiiii, so 1 am’n it ulraid ot him. Cune'' And with our sonug down the I 01 excilemeni and lUlnuJL    "em    aoooi    nair    r-aiunwi.s    10    eji. I u.<; yuu, rci - , An ogiinv of n-tiectiona succeeded to this sg-! K'°" l^rauire fluted .mmedta.ely. and I uir of l«,h’og. and l.auncel-t and Vioh-t b.^. J‘’’‘ '-¡«'•“'’'■'I    \>>at    spec.nen    in I.It as if thev h-d comuotud or w. re about to “    VS*;    ..... THE UTFK? BBEAM. **Xow Mil m*. Miry, bow il 1». that yi»u ran louk so Whfa ev'Dinc aft^r ev'nln* jrcnir hutlMod If away* I n«v«r 944 you lul* ur p «it, or «ay an aMrr wjnl. And yri y«ru'T« piraty csu«e for tear*, irall U friia I'vo board-" “It If Hoeaofy. my iIiMr doar, a hutbabd you st'or wod. Nor *sw yi ur childrro ffath'rlnx roubd aofi askiof you for You M'vr ean kiiaw how it becomcf a womaii'f lot through Lfo. To b«,^«Vp to a drunkATd'i faulla. a patitnt, kinnf “And yet 1 osji locall Lio time whoa bitur uars I ihofi, Aad vhofi Biy hUiband itiXSki^d hvBMi whataocry aorda 1 aaid, I ».ovcf t^ai.i ü-at I f ouU bo a* rlioorful naw I •ero. lot thii !>«ppy obanio wafbrouJltl abgut oi a ixmplf ItUlo drooai “UMOven<ng. a«t lat be.tio oar'humbli rottawo door,    ^ Aiid li.i.a'd fiw Bf l.usbau.1 • i^s. i, eft Id d«m ' aide met the eye aliudkt cuui|ieiisaied for the d I oonifi ' '    " ' try woi ; la'tiuns I hills I with CO I the Wild i rose and . _ ,____ ,    _    , ____      ^    , Ijunebt rry (uwxsiiicAie.-, i with Uwir clu.slert ol to let it be known !imv weliad manjg il to ,tu uurplisb-red-fruit. The openings between were 4Ve bad hllle diflieoltviu kn iiing oi:r dos gns lo notso. My bullet bad hit and stung the tierct done, she belh'iught her-,- 4 lolet skipiad, slid run and iuiupeu, and : she hoppid -nnl:l i-be found herself by the pluugi.i liuil hrsiiiglit the tide iit the Callea). Ilniverer. i cousins, two liiou ,    .    . . liiig ladies gener.illi. tluy h-:d inyeieri- f'w wrildi- ou: ooiilidi tiee ton-lliur. and wrote woiiderl,il but 4 lolet once .. «ideof I.mir..’-e!oi, as he lay on the gras«, dart-    the    i    hsrge ing in between him and the sun like a bumuiing bud. •t'oiKsin loiitrcs , h. wlaiy you are’’ were her lirst wonls '4t hy don’t you do somcihing u iiuiiise Us’ 4'.’ii tal.- 1.0 ni. re n u than if she were a stranger, and v u mu ii»l ‘A:.4 couA£.sbx),('oosui l,aiincr.’ttid 4'inlet, ■that \) ' v.i-re never v, rv g.««l at shia.ting ,nn time of V,.or life, Witi.ovt c.dlis- -rwiih il- , c-'nm.t *.me leartul mil Could 4'.uh lhelniy 4Vhv. vou d.iu't evec loud proiierlv; how i h- r fneud? t ould she who had alw.n. upheld yon’shootil Voudeu’t kn .w how 11'loud? W, j    “d hutor, acce[d l.lla’s oonli.I.-nce only can’t read without an alpbaU i ’ In the prei-11"-lepnve her of her l.oei - 11 wa.s «., tirat mami.-r|«-,hle she fc..k the pisml Iron,    ' lolel wept the b.luresi tesrs her her Cousid's hai.d and loaded ,1 h r hi:o—lir«i |'.'v* !-adever shed; for sh- lalsunsiunder N w liT again'’ .«hesa d. •-Ism tlial woe.iisupfiortahie. .wie dared as if to s chihl, 'nothing like isrst - , “"t h«'k at Klla, but h giiesl a hrad-ache, and vijra:,«.’    I    "v-t into her own U' .mtoveup. lami.etlotwas sh's;?;td to.., but I.auncelot waa a, and llie Mils--' I.f » In.lf-d) ieh'¡wd Uoiiiiph soiiu-wbat -Ihe'.r a "mull.’’ Is-caiiee he hiol iie-ver se< atir'l huiil. ,4u 11] resell II that cans, d that • )* air at*», and btllerly brfurs. ■oas wieasd Uiuugliit I as-e, '1 Bsvsr eish lo as bln mors: sk. wviilJ tkat hs wart ilas.1'' 'Thaf lar lha wrai«ba)l cnaui alaop gal Saralj lif rw aiwr'aooa I Wl aaleep. *Bj!.lal Para Mfritf aad I dteaui'l 1 kad ai wlak faUUlad -ar liuskaad was as I bit upoe his llfaieas fora. a»4 kissed kia e’tr aad oer. "Oh. ttarael. darl ng ipatk l« ae:' I uaani not aibal aaid.-' Oh apMe ana werd uiito f ur -aar. -ar roe wr* but il» I'l " "Au.l sera I sm not ar Msrr dear ’" I wAa ig «ui, Aiw'riMiiid'mr husbaud alaading br- b adaath «aa beladrrae Aad wsra that Una, «ban aar IMI dupoasd lobe uuliind, Tb» watiiiuf r n.ii.r I af tbat faarhil dn-am «oniaa fr««b bafore wi B.^Upei«ii IISMU ae aenr e fans to know Uia lib I l*».i«, . r P> gra< basn bisada "PU huaMr set ar treat la Uod, tad ask fa auas«lk Tbs PislV that lla .anla onaeiih for all of h> And**i?'br M>'iwe 1 vaa r:,anr- eir huabtnJ» , was not Imig. therefore, afior my amnd,m put- « » diigomi . phrase which exidam. lUe.f i,,,,,,.,’i,., d„p„ci, uheard amid the van.og , tii« mysell in train f.ra hunt.    It w.u both old a id rickel^aiid afWi a sh'|n    ,,^^^.11. and s..tnemin • üier aeni- Coforlunale y.tbe geiitleiiieuofmyeootpiDy in^-etioo. Itlue Dick declared it would do fust- ^ ,f ,u, ,a ,m iroui winch they pr' d genlh man io blush, ¿nd l i feel that kind of sti-. were t-i biiay tofl^tjsluiif With me; SO wwre tM ^ ^    .f»    lta    .,ri    »..•    Pm    won    up    W.    »»ur aU-ru. W* kuvw that jl he . r wlucU is. aniuug fc'i i im UMmlly,órj»#a,siid 1 se. out Ukmg imly my    Our next move was to prepare our tore . For serraiit, a Ao-s ¿rin, or ball-bree^ who ba|e ^ii we hsd to make an eiciiie.ou lo the nfig'i-    - '    '    ..    . . , |Hined, hou I expedition, I Setting aime -lute j uumc^>ua . imxit had tr-aeke my eorrair prevNHa II I -• loiniui woalher mile or i gW drrr, : c-eiiiug i Uul Wa ______ back aiiioiig the -iHild’ 'Ihu wiu rv*,|,,j    ,1    J    „    o.    As    *o=.uas wa were fairly under wey, 1 yield- ,    „„i„.    i„    .    i, u iioi round 4V. nMnell.ii; e.1 op th., H.-**-. U. D_'k, who no. iL to :7\".    ■    7b,,:7':or.,,:. hi ‘what bt-rciil uieao exertion must I m Uiroiigh ti Hiulaviu- in the tree) Iiny ativog, hraie, i .aiily"’ ‘He a man yourself, Oeisoi l.anncr.' anawert-d Vioh-i; 'don’t' sjeiid all your him-daw uliiig otvr 1-aiincelot was prov. ked, but subdued, and h> ól T'irí di.I iLS bis lilt!'' .Lstioi tr. se bide k.oi—to on.--mo.'e. Ills tiilhl w, 111 wid; of Ü..-larg. t. Olid 4 M.let's kdgi l ¡I! th.- t-.iir- eye. h.i,- ■ > el..t flung th.'pistols oil tile glass an-l '...d, '1: isHVrrv iiiiladtlik- arime mt t, M .) a .d 1 Was much i. b!.i:n.- I.,  .....  v.    u i such r.inseiise. Olh-nnj bis arm to UD, h walked stilkdy away. 4 i.ilet I oki d afn rihem U Ih f r soui.. tiir.., svrilclrng ll.cin tho ;,li tli- It. s. Tb.-re wa-peculi ir«M.r. a- n 111 for lai-c a ni xtiir.. ' whiiiisii al hiiii> r,. I p.n. of ir.umph, ni.d J wi.lhilkiijl .f l-.ig -g, that I» ihaps -he w.,-. iu her ..wii fo'arl, iir.r. i,st in;- ..|. .^1 .• ti lunied iiway, a'ld Wilha foilf i gh, -ml ix.ftl) t. her- t:; ‘It isa p.ty t'-.Uf.ii l-u ...i-.lot has sue!, a b '.l ton;i«o ' A;i rtf, ..    I    t    b"T,snieno r.- u: .1 mi.rv reser d 1 V,.. i, .....i n,,rr an I in-- - aijtwl-n.'i .!.• 0. l.'!l-i, Alth iigtifo- oluii w. ii.h-iv.| a‘ hiiifvlf lor thinking a-noicl. of th . n, ii. .ogt. I ndco. d h -s. r:»<-. f I. i.w.r».. A ici-l:i.ii dm. tii.rav. hog .1 i!io m\story ..1 the ¡.ist waaals..! pwc.-a'.:    44'.tfoiut Imli g dish.ito.ual/le, he was' lesa oii rc..m.. Dll tl.xl dreadful day Latiiiciloi and Vn.hl ■ I|.. m.iie to each other llK i did 1 laid down Swiwl lieuy—iliat's what I call mr nil.- - and shed my Samiei l..r a regular to-sel. it.: was a laying in the sun at tho, and uevir knuw'd the danger be war in. I made one jiimii and lit right oenisshis back -i.d grabfoslheth Uis foinis; they war horns, and im mislak... and hs ki-d like young black-jacks sprouting out of the side ol his had. The d. .-r wos a h- lie aurpruKsl and run like b—II stnug'.it lip the fo.iler, thn.iigh the thickest s rtwissl-I hiiiig on to the horns, for I tell you, if I had let |.“«.' the way he war n.nning. I’d a lit on the . 'ther sid.- ol hicking and no luisuke. 'I k.e.w d 1 War 111 h.r the race, and war n.a-k.'og i| a heap iiiwler two lortt. On wc Wt ut, the detil boating tao bark, through the Ihiclel*. "1 o.UiineDOed to. get tired br and by. nmt . ve't hs k at encli oi!i.-r. F-na Ui.'Ught tlul. Ui.uiglti 1 would ‘ease’ mvai.lf .»fr bv grabbing ■ me new ipeirrel h.olburst |, rlli in afo «,,|,ie saplmg. I scesi u'small blalky^a Ih-o and snatcheil it with my lell hand, holding ,m .'iiee, and trnd to make i‘. op iK-twevn Ibem, in lier an,.able way . Hut lu il. .'tiully. \ i. let i-ushesl away, wbeo l.auneelol aiui.e near her. ai. t slie fo s-.ughi. . F.!!a Pi leave fo-r al.ine v. piilielicallv, the p....r giil, bew Ideied, only sighed al ll.e ilre id of lie.iig iinahie to. e./ianct to '. ther tile !».■ gtenU-at loies ol for I.Ic. The day alter, 4 i..'.-t cb nod to rveeire a iefir Ir for.. .til. r, in wh.ih that |»«.r w.e i -.11 .t! .. |, ..| s]MHn» m fo ■ h.-al, and 1« mg .th. rw ..-a. ipiile I vi'ir a -! her lino Ih'Ii. I ilui she willi the other I., th fo.m i.l the critter. cracked ' Il wani'l the tree, font ‘by gum’ 111 horn of Ifo- buck had alip|wd, and I Ihoii-lil I Was a goner ills head niostliavo ached oriul, li.r he run a b«a|i faster: and tin :ii lug aniletw III bia'ii, ..s he ruahed through tho biisln s. rallied agiu hia akull hko ahelUxl crii 111 « ■Ol II wiine’t aometh ng k«en hit me in Ihw lit 11 a. rt«. I left eve, bul It got ni.ghly jtari ol a suddao ..IIId lieu ........ .ff. «r .f« - hmJ the ts.jwea that SUIT,HI,ntnd na Uie m ilri :rr;Td.:iTySi7‘‘^    - faotiral    es'w* gloM along._    I aliall iie-ar Lrgel liie ru- •vaJa, be-    liii'itic , If . I wl.    ’ led ua.    Uie hoilrs    inilid diini g ihst ell wu piSHlucksI U|S.II nil wild exriiri. .n Th.'areiierv of tho near ojain whieb w« foul Itiinch-id o.u Tit A I llll.K ■r siasisi.nasir I .    '_i,.i_ ,L„    .    •“** tnhi the barrol ofi craft wsa e*. allliinse of epictiinw'Iiio ebaracter 1 KL'u lat-like bloat ofm!!**:’'’*'*/ '‘•plio) p, by under l*H> bliir ..f lh« piiH-w.»al ilstn-i-aand I >a>^ iPoe « fotoaíea Mlrmiig). m . rockstiiitod wiUi avcmiillion bus, wbila the rip ■    Í    1^' Tito’*- •"    -'«*    pl"-g Sood bsdew rot. like m-He.: g-'U ‘» OfolhaefoaMUi a*.fo "“'I*'''',    .,y,i    I    end    Ut »*a to a d.ym of aubhmiD fó'‘,ni.7“    —r'    ; «--l-fo» ••--»*    W^    •!.«». **14 7nl.av. laded p. ...,p,s.. the dull Jf Ii..-a.*iaw--a.-    '75,.    ifornoarif    iw.ih.usof    Ih, da»Wiilm,,|,prtiu.g set imag n.ln.n It waa the .ooaon. Uo, li'aV ll’r • I.- ..s. *i‘ "l .    •to'.    ’ ****    •    m""    J    ,*'r‘    sii-t Hi. foliage, wh'Ch had iiol I,.I Iah!u.| ..a... Ili.a, »•  .....  Isr.    '    <••'*    ••    '«»    •• Uu> h-n. toil, bp| », (,i|,„j_ h,,| {Uurn.d ihoie nrh'vnr cd l.nta *. I'ttn.iiti.-e I bs.l appruootied it A »h iiilof Uiri.r or wimiiig fnnn iny pain III a.Tluod ll,. es li i of one I Imd linn'll ol lerisl. Ilolhofiia nmt. rst.sHi the |« ril ol our Bitualiun, and bith, without a|H.akiiig another word, aet afoiol atpmiplnig Pi slop Hie tioal We|iail'll«d widi "iir Sireiigth heaillillie oar, while I nsuil the flat linll ol mv rifle. 4V. hpl aiiiTeoilcd IU linngmg hor P>a sort n. eapii lihtoiiii, and were m the ho|sa ol Isniig u'iIh to I,,,! bei'.'nie H lore her hiwaid Ihc bank, win nail,it "i.iene i|,e high |-r heard a heavy olijeii atrik" iigaiiisl the atom l! neiis,d ,M) I,II.lie ' -t II 'Hi ' the lell. rwfo.'l e ,...1,111 I. il.dlle Cl. ...... til lier In.s'itii t. I.d Dill itl enr'-Miv Ih.‘H «In ii.repliil the Iiiil ' III. ami m I. s ilia" a » tlllle, s'. I II . I lnrs.!l I High A»l II i>t dlesu a .1. '»^hel last Ih Isn.nel I lla’a i-..rre«i i-iesusl I nil All eiili leilirsw. ,|..|'«ii .1 I'll • I I.l. n th Iny-P i l.iiril I-rin m If I. I |.i  with Violi.Tuilof .il ..I'.'i dillillg II. lls.l. Tin t In for; l.ot ■ n liny ...' ■« .net nil I M, and Weie I, i. Ills Dec m't 111 le III i‘. II...SI I. n :i- «I !i n eua mga lliml I.- ' di « I..' ml I tr.iiiie 1 iS aas.iiy ... fopai. »h c I” ....... •>( At Hm* aunif*    th««    lam    rt»*»-    up    int»>    tit*'    «««    fri|thl«‘'^'<I    •*[    lir-i;    iiut    «U»'r air, sad a nuint«'r i»f tli« bitriDii^ p uv kuou Icll it maa t lln • h>ih-t u» ii» !» «:v '>i •e'll ...I'lvjli. - • Al W*«M f4 tUriA Miit wt.rn    U*    «fisnfv? All llihiei nnira l..««i la ps ii<. Imii m Aei af, Mas Hi.a IS.I.Hill n« in t II s .•! . lea VI HomaliL o( , rin.u. el on lal) '« o.pla» a •-M k*l au-e kiinr auiel Irem e«i UP «t>. Aa4 aet l.iia ae*/ lainouip'i pi IIhi sail. , UlliiMiMakakui'OP'ige M III- lig-ii'ditar. And liiiisoar n.' . ml I a avila uia I.f sue Uwk iluaa Uis UilP Pi af ae liia eue ivaa And eaak kn Usaluito». I« laelaiUiaal too# -Lan Ikt lii.-ad^ aailh wIlli TInnUllil’t atri-erloas Aad ;a‘.*!.wre, ala. fo.d.ato, ^yy^.Uaas 1 Il rh., t C-H‘\ iml I 4.1 for.if' a' Iis ol I V .,s| I ■I..I 'n- I bisiq loft snaiamihsl frurn the btancfi uf a tree, I'rwaPw and lud thua ew.imd bo.iig tUippml by th. ‘Vomlur-’ mnltnml a voice, that nmtwl me I wulaea. Al eight uf this tM|.hy, m,i coiu|iaii- ft-i|u wa r. er.» It Was Dnk wh . ai--ka ami Iiui appeared P. ba in rtsUi lea I e udd nut ia ih» dark thod iw id ib« b.rcfo bark I ■ ..uid aw uiidenuiid whtl Ibtri woaln a worihfoM avl uf «■• of hw anna tttou 'ad, aad ikuuinig Pi the ,atl»n to |ifiaJuc« auch foylul enPilnms. but r^l bank My ays* tdlnwed tin-.|ir»«iuiii ni-' a Wua Dtck-auth wat (he aobngiMrt uf lay oMatod. *•/auwaro.4adnptHiiwe eoialivtyacle. iMlelili.'ll I t te'alillg lU fo ld,    but, oU    III    e    li    -lipl irarv, a*aMiie.i »v. ry ununeul    ui    untiiig I,    ^1.    r    i. ' laioUMaan'O)    |,r. i Dur |>eri| WM now extrema.    4Vu    ku    n    it,    .1 I aiel the knowUlge lielf junilreod ua iPuk . I ua he 1 eurlani lip, end P«r »im* uuunatils hall i tat, haii «rtMMha-l, aaaeilaia Iww to aal. •huuid I UattoaWt. .1 ih. Iiivaliei, r inrli ih loiir- I rie u s i«.m . |. Ins I.eighhu’sele 1,1 ih. .1 loioig hnh.a llil-'. I ■ • hit i:.y d.'.res; 4 . ■!. I nil i.ll if U la I.l Im' the i|e«l'. ,1,1 l.-d.r I, ... eloel, l,„. .'tt-d iBV e i'i hrsil 11.rough ■>., lu inr InIP i , I mu I I Iitiheirulli 4;<:ii Ihs., .11 iiiyi'.'" .0.1 so. draoi I n.g of lie 1.1. I. .gi ., Ill that ilrctilful ballad i'ls.rd.el bltaklasl, u. t I "liw' te.rv ‘Idon’t rule I, r I.o|i.,, n,.'.,’s horp.f will sun me II. II, I said 4 'let, willi a li.aa ..! fo r illlle head Uiut was cliariiimg lu il« aaooriioii iipialili. ‘I w. u d um|. ii ,k P ridi Imr-es. l oiinii ¡.auur .in diii not ii, oiii. lof I urn sure you e.iM.i't at ridii g, lying on the grsaa all rour Hie!' I,aunr. h.l was i xceoiivsly pi made 111- I ice Imgl.', Ln h vwa he (ell I .lud'l».! and alinoyrd, ti ll Mii-. d Tears ralile I'l'o    l.lli’s    .sí(,n well    Up Pi    Ii r Irnul and    said:    'iih,    Vi. let, fo.w    Cliivd    y- u 1 1 saw this Imif by le lie Waa a .i..,;i SIII 1 •() .It efod l " "lie. iinl I,sled luly ou I'le . I. ante aa Bi'o ii ss iiilerf. riirii-e . Iillin "Ih ,,. >»., |.« r 1.! a del li u a.IVaiiei le l>. If llllleli m his vies    |.y 1. ■    1  hip D    i H.e    ton- tiai I, l.i I.    H -I- r.    , '.'...I altil Hi ti. i    I. ii*    than Vi lii's r til.Ill s net, di-saoig wit up heiuKthec, ■o'H‘l. “Id .....•«-.----- , p. I... «. .1 lit I.l, .,1. 1.1 bs I pliA ' .re gilio. ,i r-H- to VioWi. lava, I tjn e'lgigtd lo Biy au.tia •l.t ii. Hrsv. ' f. utiii l,«unc. '    4    e.l.“ |.-(i III. I a. I. I..gii1in-t. le.p ng Ifo-v w-ull iliipi'i. ,oe .ppilo. I', Hot I lia ama I-, n»i:-Hi,.l u .1  .............................Uie * I'sl.e.l.uel, . IH.1 M I.:: pi. Hi.d Mr fi.iiii.lei. and ..i»-wi'.-'l It waa ...V In-. wr.“,r, »hn4i waa the ", in 111 1 il.ol "I ll'i-l I 'o-s e-Tliti 11111..|ai IH. «I.HI. 'i.loiK - hear aoio. uf Viulel teaudid cniieiauu ’That tob'a vd hiisli iiid II ilrd h r. Tins waaalHT 4 mlel hadheali iC n-.u criol thru, gaim« ol ches» c i.»e. ul.uly. ia.u.i F< lot hid hiwii luriiiiisiv IniBiiHal il i=i I." whs a. iS'i iiti-il the beat Chee* p' »i , r . I l:.e tieu-ida.r-In. ..I Hut 4 I.ll. I w.ian-al y .1 g »«l |.l.iHl, ..'.'1 woli tin-pr Í, »: a rIn sa cii.H, wfoTe *1.. Wis II inliiiittnd hv I 111 . ,nl iioai c .utto'n, il i;-l I tloii .-vi.iiUlil' Im'sI.'.iH'iII If. r wi-maidnsal wilhin n« a.n-ie.l n oto Hut afo-waa 11 ri iiiihappi iti ul r ' - ii l.iiiu-n-Hil torall that; sud till in VI il.iy i. -k.d iiuili p-ilealid Cw«l down, l.i.n l.nii.i ' 1 n Ini iduu'iioua CAUiii'i tha.ig'd to't-. S' ! iis rd Hi r, taibi r gfai nnisly,'It -I- wiie.!. To whieii ljUealloH VmW li p.nd In a blusli, a gl.ld nnspry lU' .siioli biiisliiig out a peig, and a pi. Ill |«'in No, ! .laip. i d'.    ' y e ' wle.-h ,.n,| ril Ihnir inlrfehangv ot e • iln.ea l-r tin day l.suiiivlot foswim- re«l. so, teiensli, ifoiiy, cvuae. at liiieS I. iish g.,i, alt,no, llnl SI tl V li'i'it d.-p.. r II w,.,ki.dl ' I li.i, .!.■( e.illteas <1 I . Il ion it !i li I-11'l:i lie . wa» 111 I.iingchop.u In., Hio li ■ coiil.l m.i ■ mlei ■Ul il knowing In w IIOII II lie i.,im| lirr ;Ui . xtrooid.iiali    I III 11 -I-    Had e|eiii    Ina in-riea H )  ............ iir.UHd hull    II,    r • ,|i m-l mu» . si 1 .. en.ailn Inni wMetnst, i.r I,. mir»..iiHv for avhangv.l mt ..lal.on .,r ou euipliaaia whaih iietvi caiu» tlcw aum-II. le Wl I. ' .-ruioiy llw    prltos-tiiiu    "I    luaauvre hs daai id le    in olhiT    lU hi , weuid|. 'iueliUiaa muie a guard, and arii iig Her fo-aj "I lUi gi.iiig away, ’ euiil 4 i. !i I, as .pnetlyaa sin ' .idil, llllt W'.lll'.lll lo..|.lllg at h I:.. IU al.irti d lilt mi el I'li:.'si..,, k H-lpastod -hro'igti him. "4 Inlet'''II. ii. .1 m a e.n |. eiP.ilIII.« II. waa iwlr.'aiid iiaiida Lfo«)e . Ito I'lmk ol III.' I'h-l.', Melt; eh.te A.lti the siia.o "l.i'iiig' 4Vhy ” "Mamma u .11, " said 4 ...|«t. Il'woi all aha I .id't •lit "I am aorrv w- are Pi hw y m, " ha then laid II ri alowly caiH word aa it gr .uhd Ir.uu him, 11 w -ids 'sregi. uiid out, wlwii Ibvy ar« tin o,i*ksiii inic. •" paasion. Ill» II."tin r l.sikr.1 at hmi With MiriiriM. Kila I'irurd Pi 4 I U-I. I Il ly oil* (elt lUre Wai I il.d n.itku iw III l-lUwaut toliti "Di ar 4’lolet. what dun alt tina trwan'” slu atkiil !i«i arm ruuud ÜM liilfo uut a nvck, ri I. - ugly. Uiiiig,'’ auewarisl Vn.hl w.lh d.ft- in.lli.iia H.g dro|ia i.ii l.snecelot’e fi refuanl, 'tiogtil sooiolP. wriU liiwl P. i.iurtmilher I gn. hvru.Ae. bcl .revou g"* ’ b, »tnl. ' No," oil., am, fo I li. .«si |«. mg Iriim bn or p. lip, ' I II ii.t g., ,,| ,1, *‘Kilt liH.nn-nt iPi 111 I SOI. i,,t I, ,1    : oiy Ihti Ittoal uoiBwit liad arrirnl t #i..l Ito-ui to oitch Um tram. Adiiui wm , t -all liaalr 4 eJel a Uara. hegiimm; t gsl.'.er hia wil» hut. If ell* I but "lily to gtlh»r aa lel. le.l |. If » k. pi htt-v i^uicbar, Ul hn k | bravely baoa for lurt and ivi ]>nde "foiasl eide ot uii head "1 'sisaic he mu about f.iir m.Ies, when |p> ‘fainPau,' end 1 g-.i vlT, and ufWr 1 rc«M,i.- l ell tiHir «I hie H-ge befe.c the'influ-eiicv'left him. 'iTin biisol wee euiimug down the lr‘t llde of mi face, aud I eln.l inl olTlerelv, and d d me ii 1 didn't ace i.-llimg I went fou k p. Ih.. treil w. bod run, when I oecd a buth move, I aPipioid atick etili and wvul the- utlu r eye ou It. Here he paused and P«.k auoUier quid. 'DetiUeiueii,’ he resumed, li e a (act and n > Iliitlaka. il It wirii’l mv left eye foillgmg uii a biiah and wmkmg at mi-.' l.iery fosly waa eilrot-itirtiriw waa Ps« leep I. r uiti-rance. when one of the i«rty, dr»o i:;g 1 uask IroUi In, iBckel, bandi-d it to Uin man with rei|uoet that Da ‘wuold waab lha tP.ry down.' lla siimH It hi ba aura that it wu wbiaky, and h-.kiiig round al the papty, aaid, Niao‘Uiu«u, hntv'a III afoilili.iuiit Biid P'niperaito' ¡«clurers lhay have an avrrlaaling ‘lUdim' wllhoiil (invilege oí ‘ecraubin.’ And aallliig hia dog, bade ut g»d by aud toft .M.    A    . ‘/A diee libe a beaat wbu bath doae Do g si while he lived ' Tnir, indswd! Do P. bie fu neful -iiot a tear i« -tM-d. N'.ita paifl orawsnl bu ba relinve.1, and thera la none fo. nail lorn blrtoed Thmk of it, v a tunr servara yswhu •vea for |ih-eaur« Ve wbo make aell tbs rrnu r-.1 every tboiight ainl » tVhat aa vpHai l. lie duel like e beatl, lor be did Ua gimd wL lu ■a hi id!’ .4 gr. it ii.i'i ) Allel. .d 's p. Il ■ Is -Il . Issli, lln I nri |s*fi*i I «..rid ras Tilth HIM'. ir wh , III p.m. «*i.fci nr an - I s (ssia. sa oUa. ba II la I.ll III pfotoa.i|>by. ba I» a i 1. I. a CtraPt, a plautvT, . ■ 1 il . I of that wb I h ' I;.' I 'M. ai -I whieh . i. .,i»> l(, a.- mail williag • r w II 1» Ivry certain Ihal lha I I lie |«a*aon>at. A I k:i «1. p.n 1.1 Visiuieisa: I Hr h'. art, Hhe i«iuiiag lauli»-me, and I.UTalure, ilowit ua awal |aiwwtul Harm pi naliiii. and lln Itael ahadaol foraial» Il or artibce ito-ir. ii tba eflret of Iba beat vuUtcUoB of words.

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