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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 14, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Thurman old roman selected by acclamation As Cleveland s Gray men Hake a stubborn con test but Are overborne by of the democratic party on the issues of the comings and last Day s proceedings of the Atio Lal democratic Cou Yeti Tim. St. I Vottis Jame 7,1888. The convention Quot was called to order by chairman Collins at 10 3o a. M., and the Bev. Or. Brank offered prayer. Immediately Tho Rewert of the committee on resolutions submitting the platform was read and chairman Watterson and senator Goi Moa spoke in its support. On motion of or. Watterson the platform was adopted and the Hon. W. L. Scott presented this Resolution for Tho committee Quot resolved that this convention hereby endorses and recommends the Early passage of thei Bill for Axl ii g. Thu Mait. The reduction of the Revenue now i Gikling in the House of cheers and applause the convention then amid is cat excitement proceeded to the nomination of a candidate for vice president. When in the Call of the states California was reached or. Tarpon of that state arose and Allen g. Thurmn of Ohio in a highly Eulogi Stic 8i>oech. Or. Patterson of Colorado nominated Gen. J. C. Black of Illinois. Connecticut through Delegate pig Gott also seconded Shumian s nomination. Senator Voorhees on behalf of Indiana presented the name of Isaac p. Gray and Mafle an eloquent plea for his nomination. Georgia and Kentucky throw fish delegates Cox and Settle seconded Gray s nomination. They Quot were followed in turn by delegates Dryden of Missouri Green of new Jersey and Dorsey of Nevada who Preson Tod the claims of the old roman. Then followed delegates Raines of new York strange of North Carolina Dawson of South Carolina Lillard of Teni Tesseo and to Hrockmorton of Texas All of whom spoke Eulogi Stic of the Ohio Man and seconded his nomination. Senator Daniel of Virginia closed Tho speech making a with an impetuous panel it Ric of Thurman. The he Crit by then called the Roll of Tho states with the following result Thurman. Gray. Black. . Colorado. Colorado. "4 1 14 10 a 3 a 7 �7 -.10 17 �7. .30 14 2 2 8 17 1 10 a 1 i i 2 1 3 13 1 18 4 8 i it 0 8 18. To. .22 .45 i a 00. 8 18 31. .3ti 8 24 11 new York. North care Ohio. Rhode Island Texas. Yeranoui. Virginia. Quot Wost \ irginia.11 when Tho state of Florida was called the clip airman of the delegation said Quot Florida meets California half Way and gives her eight votes for that highest Typo of american citizens Allen g. Iowa was passed at the request of its chairman. There were cheers when Kansas cast Fox teen votes for Thurman. Enthusiastic applause and <hoor8 greeted new York when Tho seventy two delegates voted solidly for thu Nan and the scene was repeated when Pennsylvania s sixty votes were cast the same Way. When the state of Wisconsin was called every Delegate in the Hall arose and again began a scene which rivalled the uproar when or. Cleveland was nominated. The uproar was quieted in a measure and the clerk again called the state of Wisconsin and the Roll Call was completed the following states and territories casting the vote Given for Thurman. Wiscoiibia22iidalio.2 iowa.2� montuiia2 alaska2 new mexico.2 2 dakota2 �washington.2 District of Columbia. 2i Wyoming. 2 or. Patterson of Colorado Quot or. Chairman on behalf of the friends of Gen. John c. Black of Illinois and other states i am requested to formally withdraw his name and move that the nomination of Allen g. To Yunnan for vice president be made loud cheers the chairman Quot the Vorte of Colorado will first be changed As requested by the chairman of that delegation from Black to a Delegate from Ohio Quot the state of Olio is entitled to forty Bix Yotes and she wishes to cast her vote solid for Allen g. or. Shanlkin of Indiana Quot or. Chairman and gentlemen of the convention i will not add one drop to the food of Peippo ration by attempting to Start another flood of eloquence. i arise for the purpose of withdrawing the name of Isaac p. Gray and of moving this convention that the nomination of Allen g. Thurman of Ohio be made loud cheers the chairman Quot it is moved by or. Patterson of Colorado and seconded by or. Shanklin of Indiana that Alfen g. Thuirman of Ohio be nominated by this convention by acclamation. Those in favor of that motion win aay Aye. Quot at this Point the convention Rose in Masse Quot and shouted for a Long loud and unanimous Eye. The chair then put the other Side of the question but there were none left to vote. Tho chairman the chairman of this convention declares Allen g. Thurman of Ohio to be the to animus Choice of this convention for the office of vice i esdent of the United states. Loud applause and clxoering.3 a Resolution of thanks for the services of the Hon. Frederick o. Prince of Boston Tho retiring Secretary of the National. Committee was adopted. A Long Resolution Eulogi zing Hancock Tilden Seymour and Mcc Lellan and expressing a deep Senee of the party s great loss in their death with the usual resolutions of thanks wan passed and Tho convention at Joumei Quot to meat at the polls in of the Resol nations adopted by the National con Reutita at St. Longs the democratic try of Tho United states in National convention assembled Renews the pledge of its Fidelity to the democratic Faith and reaffirms the platform adopted by its in the convention of 1804, and in Doit a of the views expressed by president Cleveland in his last Earnest message to Congress As Tho Correct Interi relation of that platform Union the question of Tariff reduction and also endorses the efforts of our democratic representatives in Congress to secure a reduction of excessive taxation. Chief among its principles of party Faith Are the maintenance of an indissoluble Union of free and indestructible states now about to enter upon its second Century of unexampled Progress an it i renown Devotion to a plan of government regulated by a Stitten Constitution strictly specifying every granted Power and expressly reserving to the shiites or i eople the in Jire Ungi anted residue of Power the encouragement of a in alous Populu Givance directed to All who Siivo been chosen for Brief terms to enact and execute the Laws and Are charged with the duty of preserving peace insuring Equality and establishing Justice. The democratic purty welcomes an exacting scrutiny of the administration of the executive Power which four years ago was committed to its Trust in the election of Grover Cleveland president of the United states Lind it challenges the most searching inquiry concerning its Fidelity and Devotion to the pledges which then invited the Suffrages of the people. During most critical period of our financial affairs resulting from Over taxation the anomalous condition of our currency and a Public debt a matured. It has by the adoption of a Wise and statesmanlike course not Only averted disaster but greatly promoted the Prospo Tity of the eople. It has reversed the improvident and unwise policy of the Republican party touching the Public Domain and has reclaimed from Cori it orations and Syndicate alien and Domestic and restored to tie people nearly one Hundred millions of acres of land to be Sac redly held As homesteads for our Cit ii on. While carefully guarding the interest of the people consistent with the principles of Justice and equity it has paid out More for pensions and bounties to the soldiers and sailors of the Rej Blic than was Ever paid before during an equal i period. It has adopted consistently i it pursued a firm and prudent foreign policy preserving with All nations while scrupulously maintaining All the rights and interests of our own government and people at Home and abroad. The exclusion from stir shores of chinese labourers has been effectually secured under the provision of p. Treaty Tho operation of which has been postponed by the action of a Bei publican in the Senate. Honest Reform in the civil service has been inaugurated and maintained by president Cleveland and to has brought the Public service to the highest Standard of efficiency. Not Only by Rule and Precept but by Tho example of his own untiring and unselfish administration of Public affairs. In every Branch and department of the government under democratic control the rights and the welfare of All Tho Penolo have been guarded and defended every Public merest has been protected and the Equality of All our citizens before the Law without regard to race or color has been steadfastly maintained. Upon its record thus exhibited and upon Tho pledge of a continuance to the Phoide of the benefits of democracy it invokes a renewal of popular Trust by the re election of a chief magistrate who has been faithful Able and prudent and invokes in addition to that Trust Tho Transfer also to the democracy of the entire legislative Ower. Tho Republican party controlling the Senate and resisting in both houses of Congress a reformation of in Joist and unequal tax Laws which have outlasted the necessities of War and Are now under mining Tho abundance of a Long period of peace deny to Tho people Equality before the Law and Tho fairness and the Justice which Are to Weir right. The cry of american labor for a better share in the rewards of Industry is stifled with false pretences Enterprise is fettered and bound Down to Home markets capital is discouraged with doubt and unequal unjust Laws can neither let a properly amended nor re Joealed. The democratic party will continue with All the Powei confided to it tie struggle to Reform these Laws in accordance with the pledges of its last platform endorsed at the ballot Box by the Suffrages of the people. Of All the Iuda serious Freeman of our land Tho immense majority including every Tiller of the soil gain no advantage from excessive tax Laws but the i Rice of nearly everything they buy is increased by the favouritism of an unequal system of tax legislation. .411 unnecessary taxation in unjust taxation. It is repugnant to Tho Creed of democracy that by such taxation the Cost of Tho necessaries of life should be uti increased to All our people. Judged by democratic principles Tho interests of the Boilo Are betrayed when by unnecessary taxation trusts and combinations Are Penni ted to exist which while unduly enriching the few that Combine Rob Tho body of our citizens by depriving them of the benefits of natural Competition. Every Rule of governmental action is violated when through unnecessary taxation a vast sum of Money far beyond Tho needs of an economical administration is drawn from the people the channels of Trade and accumulated As a demoralizing surplus in the National Iveas a the Money now lying Idle in the Federal Treasury resulting from sniper Flous taxation amounts to More Tehjui one Hundred and Twenty five millions and the surplus collected is reaching the sum of More than sixty millions annually. Debau Betl by this immense temptation the remedy of Tho Republican party is to meet and exhaust by extravagant Ai propriation3 and expenses who ther constitute Cunial or not the acc a elation of extravagant taxation. The democratic policy is to enforce finality in Public expense and abolish unnecessary taxation. Our established Domestic industries and enterprises should not and need not be endangered by the reduction and connection of the by Dens of taxation. On the contrary a fair and careful revision of our tax Laws with due allowance for the difference Between the wages of american and foreign labor Mist promote and encourage every Branch of such industries and enter rises by giving them Assurance of an extended Market and steady and continuous operations. In the interests of american labor which should in no event be neglected Tho revision of our tax Laws Contemp it lated by the democratic party Debould promote the advantage of Sulla lat it or by cheapen ing the Cost of necessaries of life in the borne of every Workingman and at the same time securing to Bim steady and remunerative employment. Tri it on this question of Tariff Reform so closely concerning every a base of our National life and upon every question involved in the problem of Good government the democratic party submits its principles Imd professions to the intelligent Suffrages of the american Mother at Home. The Mother id the heart of the Home. She it is who determines its characteristics and diffuses through it that a ii Britt atmosphere which a very sensitive person can feel into the Home Circle and from which can Qunicy be inferred the ruling spirit of the Home. There can be no doubt that the training for Ohilo in is the the tuning of example and this truth the Mother needs constantly to Bear in mind. How can be impatient Wner nylons fault finding Mother teach patience and kindness and. Good Tapai How can the vain my amp or teach in vilify How can the other fit absorbed a a keeping no win the pomp and vanities of life eager for place and Abow teach her children the True principles of a Happy life How can the selfish Mother teach generosity or kindness or the discontented Mother teach Contentment a Olirs. Helen e. Jelly i Poi a of White Bokat to on of Janioo place Over the fire and let boil hard for Jast three minutes allow to Cool a Little put in Glass and set in an Keasli window for three for four Dws. Kiang syne How doth the word Ciao Back with magic meaning to the heart As memory roams the sunny Trnik. From which Hope s dreams were Loath to part i no Joy like bypass Joy appears for what is gone we fret and Pino. Were life spun out a thousand Yeti d it could not match Lang syne. Lang Stiie a a the Days of Chi Doc a warm when tottering i Gay ii in other i knew. Each sight and sound Hail put a wer to Charm. And Hope was High and thought waa free. L u i Tyne a the merry of Boob Ltd Days How sweetly then Iii cum did Shine for the Jill rims a it in urn and plays the of lung syne. a yes in the so Tui i hear the ru.-5tiiiig of the fun Amer Grove and \ Rev Angel near Winch first Wolie the heart to love. Hovy it i ill x ens to mood at a in Quot a a Foss Iii a to to tic line. And Fili ill in ii Rita i lion do with so irom i i Lugrine. a us. Hold pc Aro they who shared with i its a Golf it right and Idythe kindly a it Iii pc Iii let a i Iorine fared a and a in Anvi imbed let it it ii it Ith the scythe of death v. Liilo o him scattered fur o or tier rigid Criniti i up Iii. Or Wiki ilits i fort in. Ventu Twilight s Star. To on a Leav lung Vine to a licit it can never be a.�i��1 it it it till of truth 11a Tho avos Iid Moro Khz ill see a Leo a he i no it it Gnu Siopis of youth. a with t Ion a spell to Raisi Trio spirit and a Olliie. I Liv Coll it i it r it of Iii a no Farewell to to lion loved Jon sync i. A. Jiji Rupert s idol lev j. A. K. It s a a in spirited Soi of of a Naif. Ind its Milark fees it a Leeks jetty to girls Cherry lips ii jul l Rovn Niiro Wolf he tii igers. J a Quot a a my <>1 1 to it i Ltd Quot a grand i Lai Iglitz a pretty Atli of Lvii a his d to lion All. I and Sho avas Liat in Niini t. Two Ity Nice. Por two upon tvs and a suit la t id by a i lir envied Scot a Cle crot Sii Iliad Prown up Vit i Tjio other wild Lowens on t i it place. Trio Willest Iio Wier of the in fill. One a it Ineil cred she stole into tie Library v. Iii a i i Inch of water lilies. Quot tie Yvo for y m. Or. Rupert Quot Slie said of Liering Theiu slyly. I attend tie shapely Brown hand extended. "tluinlv.s, Little zat Lioe. They Are a pretty a a it her Black eyes were fixed Pou the carpet. Quot you Are going away then Quot Quot yes to Quot but Yon will come Back Quot not for three Long years at least. I must see the Avo rat Dalhoe. And now Good Bye i shall not a see you again before she looked no then her eyes seen ing two coals of living a ii e. I wondered i had never noticed How Beautiful they were Quot yet ill be Man red and settled Long before i return Quot i added teasingly. Felie gently Laid the lilies Dow n. Good Bye or. Lippert. I shall not forget you Quot and in another instant she is from the room like a flight Execl Bird. resolve to travel had been a Stid Den one but by 11 o clock i was ready to go. The Day was perfect so i decided to walk across the tic dds to Hazel Croft station. The a distance was Sean Ely a mile. Al Iii just half Way and a narrow Lane i suddenly heard a moan. Then came some unexpected impassioned words Quot of or. Kui Ert my dear or. Lippert i la never see him i looked around but there was no one in sight. Then i glanced Over the Low Edge. Thore on the ground with inn head allowed on a Mossy stump Lay Little Zathoe Lynn. I was at her Side in a moment but so intense was her grief she had lot heard my a Roach. Alien i Knelt do Avn and is Oke her name. She sprang no in bewilderment but i Drew her to me. Quot you Are sorry that i am going Zathoe a there was a world of sorrow in the outspoken word. I took her tear stained face Between my hands. Quot Zathoe Lynn look at to is it True a can Yon. Care for me Quot she struggled from my . Quot i hate myself of or. Rupert i never meant that Yon should know Quot Quot but i am glad very glad Quot i answered kindly. Quot it is Sweet to know that you will miss me alien far away. I Quot am As you have. Heard an orphan. All my life until now i have been unloved. I have never even had a sweetheart. You shall be my first and Only 81ie Crep Back to my arms with the Confidence of a child and i smoothed her Damp curls and kissed her red Lojis. How i pretty and innocent she was Quot Zathoe Quot i whispered Quot Are Yon sure that you love Lue Quot she Paye innately Flung Iier plump arms around my neck for answer. It a was her first j no Caress. Then we Sot Dosun ii a fall ii log to Gether and i clasped Lier hot Brown ii Gers. Quot How would you Lille to attend school during my absence Quot i asked presently. A her tear stained face brightened. Quot i love books or. Rupert and i would study Liard Quot Quot that is Well. Now listen zat Lioe. Three year Sirpis to ivs Day if you still love me you shall be my wife. Bit the mistress of Hazel Croft Mist be Cul Tui de and refined. Promise that you will try to become As i could Quot i Promise Quot she said snip la. Quot remember Quot i added at parting Quot Yon Are still As free As the air you breathe. But you will think of me sometimes Quot Quot always or. Rupert Quot she coi tested. Quot then kiss me her trembling lips just touched my Cheek. I returned it three fold and it her from me. Then i hurried away without once looking Back. But my love for Zathoe Lynn Begaj that Day. We dial not meet again for four Long years. But i often heard from my Little proof fee. Her letters fill my desk today a Sveet record of the gradual unfolding of her heart and mind. Old mrs. Lynn died soon after my departure and then at my Earnest re truest Zathoe entered a neighbouring Seminary. Nobly did she keep her 2jromise, graduating with Honor at the com detion of her three Yeai a course. I Touhl have return etl to her then but she would ii it permit it. Quot rive me another year Quot she wrote. Quot i Avant to be i effect in your and so i yielded. Bitt Slu sent me her portrait. Of what a face it avas her Dai Klich Beauty had grow Glori us. The Iii tire reached me while in Jon Don. I the streets All that night for i Vas too restless to sleep. I v. Anted to Quot it go to her at once. But she had said no. During the last year of waiting i be to think that it was i who would prove the unworthy o7ie Zathoe would find Ine wanting. It was indeed a foreshadowing of the bitter truth. But at length her last Loving letter called me Home. I Lead begged that she would meet me at Tjie Hazel Croft. So with Margaret Lynn a Zavidow it he Cousin she went Down and re opened the old House which had once so uttered us but i. It was dark when i reached it. Half fancied she would be waiting for me at the Gate. I forgot that she was no longer tie child i had left week King by the hedge. The Low Avert All open and i peered into Tho room. It had but one occupant a tall stately woman. She stood by tie table her gaze fixed six n a Jar of water lilies. It was Zathoe Lynn. I entered softly and stood before her. I could j Frame but two words a Quot my Darling Quot she Drew Back instinctively. But her Lustrous eyes Silione like stars. Quot you Are Iii Ert i caught her White in jewelled hand. It Lav cold and still in my grasp. I would Liaa e kissed her brow her Cheek her lips but i dared not. Quot Lathi it Quot i cried a Ussi finitely. Quot have you no ave come for Mev Quot her ves were Reading my face. Quot you have clumped Quot she said sadly. Quot in was not i prepared for it. But i can her courteous a Ltd is lacked the Texe love ring but i Avent closer. Quot Zarbo \ do you remember our parting four years ago you Load to to Lien to Day i Isoac you. We haae Bot i cd gauged Quot Quot she trembled at my touch. Quot you seem like a stranger Quot she sex Clai Iuchi l Itterly. Then Avith something of Lier old in it it Rosity shot Drew from her bosom a i tiny locket. It was one i had sent her j s it it a after leaving Hazel Croft and it held j my picture. Quot look Quot she continued a great sob in j her voice. Quot this is the face i have loved so Long Liat i shall love until i die Llu Ert Hazel crop to you have not brought it Back to me Quot Quot that avas an , Zathoe Quot i ans Ltd Edge Avely. Quot i avas a boy then a to Day i am a Man. And your face is changed also yet i love you the More for it. Zathoe accept me As i am. But Tell me is my of i Mer self my Only rival Quot Quot yes Quot she breathed rather than spoke. Quot alien i Avill Avin you Over again Quot i said resolutely. Quot Zathoe Lynn you shall yet be my wife until then you Are free As you have Ever so i Laid her hand in mine Imil sively. It avas burning hot. Quot i i Ert Hazel Croft Quot she cried Quot i Avill not accept the Freedom you Otter. Your generosity has made me All that i am to Day. I belong to you alone. I cannot love you Noav but Ichii too May come in i took from its velvet Case a costly diam Imd ring. Quot this avas to Lilac been the Token of our betrothal Quot i said. Quot Zathoe Avill Yon Avear it for my Sake for Tho Sake of the avoid hardened Man Avo avoid old gladly be a boy again if be she looked no tearfully As i peed it on her to Nger. Quot i shrill Avear it Al Avans in remembrance of Ali Shour Quot she murmured. For moments i restlessly paced the old familiar room. The Ocean no longer rolled Between but time Hall Paai de us quite As effectually. I glanced at Zathoe. Hoax Lovely and lovable she seemed. And she avas mine she had said it. The Thongt a As reassuring. Quot sing to Nie Quot i begged at last. Withim a Avord she glided to the open piano and soon a tender loves my filled the room. Her a Hole soul was in it. A she went on from one to another unconsciously. She seemed to have forgotten my presence. The glory i it of her voice kept me spell bound. Sven she had finished at last her head drooped upon her hands. I Bent Over and reverently kissed her forehead. She sprang to her feet. Quot forgive me music is my meat and drink i love it next to heaven Quot Quot then i can cml Hope for a third Jalace in your a actions Quot i said pointedly. She did not Rex it by and we passed out to the a Era Dali her hand just touching my Arm. The Sila Ery was Over everything. And Zathoe glanced about her appreciatively. Quot Hazel Croft is a Beautiful i lace Quot she said at . Quot i have Loa edit from Quot then achy not become its mistress to Morroa Quot i asked eagerly. But she Shook her head. Quot to Morrow i am going Wavay with Cousin Margaret. Her Home is in Quot i a ill follow you there Quot i continued la Lily. Quot you shall not , Zathoe Lynn i love you More than life itself Promise that you will try to love me a Little in Quot i have be a to try already Quot she Ansa Vered naia Ely. Quot then at our next meeting i can Hope for a different ave come Quot i Drew her Beautiful face to mine and covered it Avith a passionate kisses. We Avert Maii red the following Winter. For ten Happy years Zathoe his been my cherished Azife and i haae every reason to belief e that she has Long Loa de me far better than she Ever did the Boa ish face in the locket. Saved by a Flower. Two ladies hurriedly entered the new Haven and Hartford awaiting room of the errand Centna depot. Quot How soon does the train leave Quot anxiously inquired one of them. Quot in five minutes. Y of Haa e not much time to spare Quot the guard answered. Quot yet in get the tickets please Quot the younger lady said to her companion. Quot i must have some Quot you will miss the train if you go after them now Maud Quot her Friend an severed. Quot i would Rathen mis. It than go on it Avit Hotnit some towers. I Avill Tell Roix achy Ashen 1 return Quot she answered As she darted Wavay. She came Back Avith lilies of the a Alley in her hand and offered Hali of them to her Friend. Quot no no i will not Rob Yon of them after you risked missing the to Ain to procure them Quot the lady said. Quot do take them please. I am some Arhat superstitious about it. You Noav i Rode a i eat Deal on the to Ains at one time t<3 and from school. The conductor Avis a great big Man of Middle age Avith hair tinged Avith Gray. No matter Arhat the season summer or Winter he Ahvay Avore a fio aver on the Lappel of his Cut it. One Day i plucked no courage to ask him achy he did so. Quot Well Yon see miss i Liaa a got a Little Azife up at Home that thinks a great Deal of me. She had a queer superstition that no one avoid Ever get Verj badly mixed u in a Raili a Accident Avaio Asch e a Flower about them. She in nned the first fio aver to my co it that i Ever Avore on a train and Noav i d rather Avith nit my din or on a trip than to go aboard Avit Htmat a Floater he said. Quot were Yon e ver on a train Ashen an Accident of cited ? i him. , i was once he said almost Trio Only one on the car who did tit t pet Hurt Bally. When the crash came i b d not get a scratch and do you Noav , i still think it was the a Ower my Azife pinned on my coat and her j a trs that be Jet me Safe that Naglit Quot since the conductor told me that Story i must ctr fess i Haa e been affecting Avith the same superstition if you have a mind to Call it so but it is a harmless one at All her coi Niitani Accel ted the Floater and the Tavvo Young ladies boarded the York reason i animals. A correspondent of the Loudon spa Tator a rites Are animals Able to think Over and carry out a Lan ? the following anecdotes will answer the question. When in India i had a so do rough terrier Avo Ashen Given a Bone avas sent to eat it on the gravel drive under an open pin Chin front of Tho Bungalow. On several occasions Tavo croats had made an Atte Mejt to snatch the Dainty morsel but their i lans Avert easily Defeated by s Gnu avs and in Jiping Teeth. Wavay Flea the crows to the Branch of a tree near by. After a few moments of a ident discussion they proceeded to carry out the Lan of attack. One croat i Oak do Avn to the ground and gave a Peck at the end of the dog s Tail. To it by at once turned to resent this attack Quot in the rear while the other Crow Flea Down and bore the Bone Wavay in Toriumi h. Tie same dog had a Faaoi Ite in an , and was ver it often Dei it Rived of it let a a dog which came As visitor to the House. Topsy did not Ai it i it roae of plus and her attempts to regain her seat Avert met with or ovals and bites. This an act of a action and the Busy Little brain decided on a plan. The next Day As usual the intruder established himself in the chair which avas close to the open door. Topsy inked on for a moment and then flew savagely out of doors Barking at a supposed enemy. Out ran the other dog to see Arhat was up and Back came to take Jio session of her co eted seat. The other dog came slowly Back and curled himself up in a far off Comer. The above i avas an Eye witness to and therefore can vouch for the truth of what i relate. The Young Man in love May see faults in the girl to whom he Avants to become engaged but if he really wants her he Avill do Well to delay talking about them until after he is manned. Quot i Ca a idiot understand Quot Compaine a the Bard Quot achy i am alluded to As an obscure poet i m sure a Cli ild could understand my a Boiton courier. I

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