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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - July 26, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaA a in is sat Lis. Jul Poulla Tolm or. W. W. Smith Hong to at fall dwell nor. Next door exit of the tug Bobr Das Hal has Chartey Monta in the Barber who can a arc your. Cace to a a to cite Bunro Mack and to Klet hair in to s.xibbiikit.aibln.1 there Yon Wui find him Over a a a emf tote. Below Mek Nalca a test one do. ,t8n.-tf a Monnts. at a. H. Filc Collus i Tonra it Taw office Over the Bank Montrose ,2iaylo, is7l of do. D. A. Lat Bop Cas epee Dan office to the foot of cheat not it cot Ner the Catholic Church Obero he can be consulted at a Teea. Mittie april sm8tl_�7 cos soon amp Baldwin attorneys at Over the store own. J. Mil fwd on a Niue Arena Montroso a. W. A co Moo. B. L. Baldwin. Meet Rose March 1,1871. Fotty i f Arr. Tho spotted Caitie. In theol Eriend a a monthly for july to find the following report of an animal not entirely unknown to Western Traw Elei the Anthor it of the a Rale Rode epic has turn cd Bis attention this month to the Amona Cay use the glory of the red Man and the torment of every White Man we suspect who Ever Hod the misfortune to plucky Little horse. The pm pm is prefaced with the following note a among the Fauna of Oregon the pot the amp Cayuse pm amp Ybo Sald it wrap in the Solitude of his own originality.�?�. He deserves a place in song and history and to that Gnu 1 contribute the enclosed a a Jaqw the government male s an unprincipled Steed. And comes As near being a genuine ass As any that Isnit just exactly the Breed but the crooked eat thing that is Loose upon of. Cd. Vail and Sano Zott. Its permanently tented he mater in Montse a where he win prompt to attend to All Cau la bit profession with which be May a i bored. Office and residence West of the Coart Boose near Fitch a Waupun e office. Montrose february 8� 1871. Law office of Foch Watson attorney at Law at the old office a tel Keatley a Fitch. Montrose a. L, Jan. Titi w. W. Wat on. Charles a a. Stoddard mid Art a Bools and shoes hats and Caps. Leather and it a Readl Nice. Halo Street 1st door below Boyd s store. Work nude to order and repairing done neatly. A Moat Rooe. Jan. 1,1870. A a Littles amp Blakeslee attorneys and counsellors at Law. Office tho on heretofore occupied by . A g. . On Malo Street Montrose a. Can Jas s. N. Urns. Ovo. R. . S. I nut Otic. K. Hub Audi. C. C. Pau not w. In so Scaia. Here Zig fac Bot a co. Oahu is in dry goofy clothing. Ladles and Tuff tes shoes. Also agent for the great a Erlton men and Coffee company. Montrose Paap to. A Deamon on wheels and without an exc Ysela an Oregon Pony they Coil the Cayuse. A a Lee of Indian extinction a Savage at Xicart with an odor of Camas and smoke of the Camp that has scorned the Dull life of tho plow and the cart and is now and forever a Vagabond tramp with a stomach so Tough that hell live and grow fat on a Ludson Bay Blanket or piece of old hat. U 1 bought a Cayuse in the Days that Ore gone. And i think to was rather too Good for this world. With his Billowy mane and these Natty spots on and a Tail like a pirates Block Banner in for led a surely his like never strayed among men and i piously Trust that a twill never again 1 1 he Hod nothing Worth mention in matter of Lewis Knoll shaving and xia1& dressing. Kop in Tbs new Post office bad inc where he will be found my to attend All who Muy want a Oyt Blo to his line. Montrose a. Oct. Is 1863. O. B. Hawley dealer to dry goods Groce Ripi. Crockert. , ready Wade Iloth tag. Patota Oik Etc new Milford a. To sept. A 69. Do. S. W. Daiton path Isiah a surgeon tenders Bis Jerrlee a a a rest Bend and i Tilty. Office at hit residence. Apposite Barsom House g t. Bend it Page. A sept 1st, l�3.-tf _ a. O. Warren attorney a Law. Bounty Back pay. Pension ate exem a on claims attended to. Office 6 a a below Boyds a 8tore, . To. 1, it. M. C. Sutton a amp it loner and insurance agent pretends Bolte a. Acyl of c. S. Giu1ert, aug Loneer. Gobi. Band. A. A a to i Elili to. S. Auto Lonzor. Am. 1, 1883 address brooch la. L John Groves . To Ontic. It. Shop oct . Tort. A older. A Ltd in it lilt done on item notice and to Fli w. Of. S53 Itu vac vat and cha1b masupautubel8.--r�-. . Pm. Quot a a a Lara b. Berritt. Or k. P. Hines Loath to the t por alone Tielens mrs Lcene and targe to in Oil no Ron Fly. ,ln8-n. O. Triend.ohle.i�-. An. 1. I863-______ St roed amp Brown on ii ire l3s3aancb a finds. At j Montrose a. . Bax pros sra an. T Iuso is l. Blown. Quot irk a desk at Tosset at Law. Mont acc. Pm. Loco Homo near tho court oooo. R. I. 1863.�?ti Abel to Sobbell Dunn. A Kmit Lurf Llna Coral Anft and it made him look saucy and rather unique for the Oregon youth Chew them off it appears and As Long As tan last they can manage to stick through the tempest of spiking that follows of course whenever they mount this ineffable horse a a lie would wave his Hind legs with a kind of War whoop. If i tried to draw near with a rope in my Bond and 1 ran till 1 a faceted like a babe with the croup but the frolicsome thing would not come to a stand 1 and i dug a deep pit and with branches con ceded of Burc the monster was trapped but Jehu How he Szuc Clad a then he fought like a Tiger did would give in to the touch of the Saddle until he was thrown and choked with a Chain and it seemed like a sin a be timbered right out and grew Calm with a groan but his Eye was half dosed and it shimmered a fire that startled. with it terrible ire. A to he looked his disgust at the menial gear As be dropped like a Butterfly Ruddy caressed and 1 pitted Bis puget. And was brushing a tear that Hong Oil my lash like a traitor confessed when the Beautiful Flendy to was a neat Little tricks made me Swallow three Teeth with a Marv Dot kick a a from the uppermost rail of a very High Fence i slipped Down on his Back and at first he was still a a but i Wasny to kept Long in pangs of suspense. When be started and Well i was forty Days ill we withhold the Benediction contained in the concluding lines it being Little too pointed and energetic for these columns whoever bos become profoundly acquainted with the nature of a Mustang or native California horse will not fail to appreciate Oil the Points poetically set Forth in the Cayuse. As for the matter of slipping Down from a rail Fence on to his Back we know How it is ourselves and we Haro a �?�5i� a dry Tomm. Win to Vid remembrance of How it was afterwards aug wind. J -. D. A seared office Over the toys cd to a or 1. Ls3g�-�ss?� Bros. Fonndry.__1 a a a do. E. L. Gabd seb a so Bra Sis the a Btry pie. Burns amp Nichoel la druse. Medl Clef Chei Oll. Dye a a by Sessa or Uett title. Quot a. 0. Coxs aet i. Tag. Or. E e Handrick of or. Lei a aug. . the a a a sea of edit Eltty won a Btte office of. Boards at. Bosford a. A brothels 8qbast0si vow Mlea Mctall doers to. Hardware Iron steel. V nails spikes suave is butlder�?T3 hardware _. . Axles be Tab a tit is bad Dales. B�ell0w8 to 8ledoe8. Filk a. A. -�ms�sd�ullb4wb. Bflt1bg. Ackom Shmyk cd Bank b Scales. i a 1� a a a a Irwi Tab Tob a oks Kasota Craa i Ohio natto Aal from Isaias held a Maut of a Peusy Ranu May land and . Pm but staff Funai left 1 e Eia Asod test aptly a �afbep898, tis late in May what do 1 see White blossoms on my Cherry tort a nah Flowers r says i a a by nest july a ill make myself a Cherry pie i hoi id to Well pleased i see White blossoms on my Cherry 1166.&Quot a tvs Rosy june what do i see Green cherries on my Cherry tree a a poor things r Baya i a a but by and by. he fit for a Cherry pie. Niho i to Well pleased i see Green cherries on my tis warm july what do 1 scat Rod cherries on my Cherry tree i a a of 1 now Quot say i a a the time draws nigh for me to make my Cherry pie. I to Hibo Well pleased i see bed cherries on my Cherry tree Quot but look again. What do i see ? six Robbins on my Cherry tree a poor Chance a says i Quot a a a unless they Fly a. I have to make my Cherry pie. Hibo pm cared i see six Robbins on my but once again what do i see heaves Only on my Cherry tree alas a May i a it a a Visci Cecan spy j Quot _ one Cherry for a Chuny pics Alho . Leaves Only on my . . J ram it a Quot _ Quot i. A a Long and snccea3ful re Ign the deluge a an Omaha paper thinks to useless to make such a of rho Sheet shooting a constables a there Ore a take his place. Itose Olio Are compel Ltd to a Ali tiny up their cakes Quot May find the following a Ariett. Pre a a a Contr extent to select jux of a rims callings the Best cake fur Pritel Glittis. Pound cake the most suitable fur carpenters plane a Nim Hie most relished by Loc Tab ipod Iger abet the most palatable to Boatmen,.-cqrrent cake the most Scace Pietje i hangmen drop cake a the Best fim Temas mo4 a Skol the Undt Dull a Dinky sni for plumbers Pam cake the debtors cake i Hart the one Boice cake lib one fbrdi3coont, Otap b9�. By Anjer Ope Dato Bwy a Tular a. Quot 1 Cora and Amder. By Helena Dex Sok. Ono Bright summer morning o Yonng Nursery girl loft the House of her employer in charge of a pair of the brightest Chab Biest und rubies pc babies that Ever parents doted on at least to mr.1 and mrs. Mach a thought and Well they might feel proud of their children for in All that City there was not such another Mir. Such Violet Bloe eyes and Vellow Irown hair yellow of Gold when the sunbeams fell on it checks plump and dimpled. And then there was an expression of confiding Trust in their Sweet baby faces that went straight to your heart and von feel More like idolizing them yourself than blaming the parents for their almost idolatry of love. And they looked alike these twin jewels so Mack alike that the father in order to Tell them apart had fastened around tho neck of one a string of Coral bends and gave to the other one of Amber. So he culled his pets Coral and Amber though they were baptized Mobra and the morning of which we write or. Mach a came out from his study Nat As tho Little Carriage containing tho Little ones was being drawn onto sight a a i wish Mary Yon had not sent the children ont this morning. I was just going to take them in for a frolic. I got lonesome there All alone and besides i feel uneasy about them. What a if anything should happen a a mrs. Malliou was very Busy embroidering a dress for Amber. She looked no As her husband spoke Surprise not unmixed with anxiety visible in her face. A a what can happen Richard ? lotto always takes tho Best care of her or. Mach a said no More Bat went Back to his work while his wife stitched away on her dress. One just like it had been finished and Laid away for Coral. The next Day the children would be a year old and mrs. Michon was thinking How she would have their dresses put of them and change the beads just to Sec if the mints and cousins who were coming or her husband would detect the ruse. An hour later Lotta returned Pale and terrified almost out of her senses. The Little Coral was sleeping peacefully in the Carriage but Amber was not with her. The father turned Pale As the dead and Sank Down upon the Marble Steps while the Mother shrieked frantically and at last went Olf in a dead faint when Lotta Between sobs and self reproaches told them How she had gone to the Bank of the River just in the place under the great Elm where she went every morning and How when the children dropped asleep she Hud taken u Book out of her pocket a nil Vii Lorii i to find her place when an old woman of -,11-0,1 with a Crutch came hobbling Twat crts a of fast As he could and told her there was a Little Hoy drowning in the River Jaet o Little ways above and begged her to go and save him. She was too infirm herself she Saiu but she would tend the pretty babies while the nurse went Lotta said she ran tip the River a Long Way without seeing or hearing anybody then she hurried Bock to relieve the old woman but when she got Back she was nowhere in sight and Little Amber was gone too. The Scarlet Blanket was tucked carefully Urbont Coral who was still asleep so Amber could not have fallen out As Lotta at first supposed but the woman most have stolen her. Quot a but Why had an old woman who could scarcely walk Aud who seemed very poor besides encumbered herself with a child who could scarcely walk ? this question no one could answer any More Thau they could find traces of her or tho missing child. But that night or. Mach a to himself As he paced the floor a a it might have been she. Her age and infirmity might have been assumed. Did she not swear to bring me grief when All was Joy f but Why do i it Alk this ? she is dead. I know that she is dead have i not visited her grave and implored her in the spirit land to forgive the wrong 11 did her i must look elsewhere for a Cine to this mysterious and he did look. Year after year a the search for the missing child was continued but in vain till at last Hope died but of the hearts of nil but the Mother. She never ceased to cherish the Hope that a gome Day her Darling would be returned to her. They had other children Given them boys and girls whom they dearly loved but the lost ones place in their hearts was never filled. They always spoke of her As Little Amber even when her sister Mobra was grown no and had almost forgotten the pet name give her in her childhood. When mrs. Machonis children were Small each of their birthdays was made the occasion of a Little festival to which Only tho near relatives were invited. Tho child whose Natal Day was celebrated if a girl was crowned with d Garland of Flowers in which she the feast with All the dignity and conscious Pride belonging to maturer years. The practice pleased the Yonng folks too Well to be allowed to come into disuse As they grew older. On every recurrence of birthday two wreaths were prepared one for the head of the Beautiful girl the other to be placed in the empty chair at the table. When Mobra was in her eighteenth year the Cunill removed from their Eastern Home and took no their a body in Chicago. After they had become settled in the Garden City mrs. Mach a wished to secure the services of 0 music teacher for her daughters and As she was unacquainted in the City an advertisement was inserted in a daily paper. The. Next Day brought several applicants for the position with none of which the lady was satisfied. Re declare a she said Wheir the last one had by a to gone an Home to afraid we shall be disappointed it is almost night. If that miss Brown was hot such an incessant talker and so ,11 sho Tild Haw engaged her she Quot seemed a a a Quot al a j f. A if Yon had Only Bron Glit miss Winter with us Mamma said Mobra who was sitting in the widow und dividing her time Between a Little Snow Ball and a Lapdog and watching the Street her Cati to Fitl race lightning no now and then with expectation As footsteps were heard a preaching and then Bettle Ingino into a look As one and another passed by. 8he was not looking for an answer to to advertisement All the music leathers in tho City could not have commanded her attention just then. One was looking for Paul havens tier to had written that bowl old be there thit afternoon and she knew he would keep his Promise. While Aho sat thus tho door Bell rang and a Young girl very modestly but very tastefully attired was shown in. She was a Slonac and possessed extraordinary Beauty both in form and in face. Her Light Bair Hung in Short curls Over her neck and were blown about her face by the wind which came in through the open windows. The deep Blue eyes looked timidly at mrs. Machon As though seeking help for their owner to make her business known. Mrs. Macho retarded her without Power to speak or move while Mobra gazed at tho visitor in astonishment. A strange wild Hope took Possession of mrs. Machoul a soul As she glanced from one to the other of tho Young girls for there was a most remarkable resemblance Between them. ,. Mobra arose and motioned the visitor to a seat the stranger was the first to recover her self Possession which had de belted her the moment she entered the room and observed the emotion evidenced by the Mother and daughter and the likeness Between the latter and herself mrs. Maehon by a powerful Effort was beginning to assume her wonted calmness when the Yonng girls voice again threw her into the wildest bewilderment of Joyful anticipation and painful suspense. A a i came in answer to Vona advertisement in yesterdays paper was spoken in a voice deliciously Low and Sweet a what is your name a inquired mrs. Machon abruptly and eagerly. A a Eva a a who gave Yon that name a and the lady leaned Forward while her hands were involuntarily extended toward miss Chadwick. There was an imploring tone in her voice As though everything depended on the answer. It came with a smile evoked no doubt by the strangeness of the question. A a my parents in a a Are they living a mrs. Machon had withdrawn her bands Aud folded them in a listless kind of Way in her Lap. My father is dead. My Mother lives on no. 9 g Street daughters., she was going on describing mra mach no strange manner to Weiwu herself when sho perceived that mrs. Chadwick had fallen Back on the pillows while a Stream of blood was flowing ont of her boy was sent for a doctor while Eva applied such remedies As were at hand. A a you must never go there Eva a you must not keep your engaged meet of has he come Here i has to found my at last of if i coital a Only get up Long enough to go away from Here but i shall die. Era Yon have killed to. Why did Yon go there a a just then the doctor came. He left some Medicine and Shook his head doubtfully in answer to Evans inquiring glance Ana departed. The next morning the dying woman roused herself from the stupor m which she had lain nil night and called for the Hoy who had gone for the doctor the previous evening then taking a ring from her Finger she placed it trembling by in his hand saving slowly a a take it to Richard Machon and Tell him the woman to whom he gave it is dying and must see him. Go it was the thirtieth of Jane to Brno a birthday. The Day was to be kept As usual. Every one was Happy except the Young lady herself who was car otherwise and All because she Hod that morning re cached a note from Paul havens accusing her of being false to him and going Over to a new love and of other Siuy and to Mobra unaccountable things among which was the wearing of her hair curls for somebody else when he could never get her to Wear anything but the odious Chignone. The letter ended by telling her she was free since she so Evi Den try desired to be. Wonder after All that if Mobra was less amiable than usual. A Fie 1 girls Yon done to suppose in a going to Wear that do you a said Bhe petulantly of her Sisters held up the pretty Wreath they had been making for her. One just like it had been taken to mrs. Macho to Lay in a Little Amberg so chair. It did Well enough when i was of your age but a pwn Mobra stopped abruptly As the door opened and her fathers face Pale and distressed looking was thrust for a moment into the room. _ a a Tell your Mother i am going oat r or. Machon had received tho dying was folded to her heart. In the wild con Fumon Ali ice followed Panl stole around to to bide of Mobra Ond when she came Forward to Greet her twin sister there was a Happy Light in her co and a soft Blush on her Cheek which told plainly that Bhe was at peace with her the family repaired to the birthday dinner the empty chair was filled and the Dainty Wreva u was. Twined amid the curls of the Oue in in Host memory sisterly hands lipid fashioned it. That night Eva Chadwick failed to keep her tryst with Wallace Grover but a delicately pencilled note was sent instead from Morbo mach a inviting him to her fathers House and lie came to hear that tho vows plighted by the poor Minsio teacher would be kept by the millionaires petted daughter Ana when the next thirtieth Day of Juno came two wreaths were prepared the same of Ever but this time they were placed non the Beautiful twins and each decked the head of a a tho darwinian theory. Darwin a theory the descent of mania creating a tremendous sensation among the monkeys. They have just heart of it and Are terribly excited. They repudiate the whole theory. That Man descended from them they consider a slur on the entire Monkey race. A Cage of John Robinsons monkeys held an Iua nation meeting the other Day after the Mormance. A venerable Chimpanzee whose Gray hairs entitled him to the distinction was made chairman and sitting in a swing presided with the utmost dignity. He gota Little excited in his speech As he took tho chair but this was Quito pardonable under the circumstance. A what a exclaimed this venerable Baboon a Man descended from us 1 repudiate the idea with scorn True we have on faults. We Are accused of cutting up monkeys shines sometimes and not without cause but this attempt to make us father of the human race is altogether too much. Is it not enough that poverty requires us to Quot a to Lily Little Ducu. On a Fino Summers Day in the country a Duck was once sitting nest Hatch ing her eggs but of this important task she was almost tired for scare in any one had visited her As Inq other docks Weru swimming about in the Pond and did not stay to gossip with her at last one Tegg cracked then a second then a third a fourth u fifth Aud a sixth until a dozen had cracked v a a. I there was one. Largo egg however which would not break for some Timo after the rest. At length it did crack. Of How big and the new Comer was 1 the Mother scarcely dared to look at him sho knew not what to think of him. At last she exclaimed it a 1 a this is certainly a curious Young Drake. It May turn out to be a Turkey but we will soon see. Into the water no., most go even should i to obliged to Pash him . A the next Day was very Beautiful and the Sun shone delightfully. The Mother Duck left Home with her family waddling about her. Splash 1 she went into tho water and one Duck after the other followed her example even the ugly Grey lust Comer swam merrily about with Iho rest _ a the is no Turkey after All and will not disgrace my family a said tho old Duck. A quack quack now coma with me and i will show you the world and introduce you to the they soon reached the Jard but when the other ducks saw the Largo duckling they cried w. ,. A a Quot what an ugly thing 1 he is not to to suffered among and to was speedily peeked it pushed and ridiculed by both Dicks and oni Okens. So tho poor persecuted creature knew not where he might stand or where he might go and was Quito cast Down by the. Insults Ichieh he suffered of account of his unfortunate ugliness. Every Day the one Klidga was banns a a like a wild animal even his Brothers and Sisters behaved very badly to him tho hens a a. 1 pecked him and the girl who fed the travel around the country in this manner fowl pq3i,e� him Rong Bly to make a living to exhibit ourselves to then he ran and Fiew Over the palings gaping men women and children at so until towards evening to reached a poor the Bright Flash caused by the excitement into which she had been thrown went slowly out of mrs. Macho s lace leaving it paler than before. Her next question was prompted More by curiosity ,0u Horn in Chicago a a a i was barn in the House we Lora Muelha and i a a it a a when can von give the first lesson r a to Morrow at ten if a a Verv Well you May come a Eva Chadwick went away wondering very much at the lady i words and manner and Why she was not questioned As to her charges capability amp Ltd. But most of allot the likeness existing Between herself and miss Machon. From her seat in the window Mobra watched the music teacher As she descended tho Steps and waked away. A few Steps from the House she was overtaken by a Young Man who took her hand in ins retaining it a Moeut while he said something which sent a Rosy Blush Over his companions face. A a they Are lovers a thought Mobra As they walked of together. Just then somebody else caught the watchers Eye. Tall Yonng Man with faultless moustache and Imperial. She Siw him Stop As if he recognized miss Balwick but the music teacher took no notice of him. Mobra flew to a Mirror to see that she was looking her very Best and then resumed her scat expecting every minute to see Panl havens enter the room but he did not come though it was he she Hod seen on the sidewalk. After being joined by Wallace Grover As the Young Man was called the Yonng music teacher walked to her own Humble Home. At the Gate her Lover left her promising to meet her there tho next evening for mrs. Chadwick had forbidden the Man tho Bonse not be cans she had anything against him but As Bhe said Eva would he getting married one of these Days if allowed his visits instead of caring for her poor sick Mother As she ought. When Eva entered the House she went straight to her mutter s room she found her tottering from tie window where she had witnessed the tender parting Between the lovers Back to or bed where she had lain for weeks. Eva sprang to help her but sho waved her Back. A a Thia. A the Way you repay me you ungrateful girl. See the. Money i have give to educate you Aud fit you to take care of me in my old age and now you will up and marry that scamp and leave Ine to fit Aryl of by the Money i have wasted on you i would have had enough for. Myself. A a done to Xor re so Mother i will never marry without your Eva Laid off her things As she spoke ofter which the counterpane Over the sick woman saying a a i have found another place. We shall get on famously now.�?�. Mrs. Chadwick made no reply. Eva glanced at herself in the old fashioned Glass murmuring a a How much Lam like Here Bair eyes Andall. Then she said aloud a a Mother did Yon Ever Sec two persons that were no relation look just alike or a no a Lent a silly question 1 in wish you would not stand there looking in the Glass All night. I want my Tern a Eva moved away saying a emr. Machoni a daughter is tho very image of me ouly he is so a whose daughter a cried the woman raising of Quot to bed while u ghastly paleness woman 8 boy led him to the House and into the chamber. The windows were thrown open to admit air while the stillness that Retener in the room told that death was lurking near. The woman Lay with closed eyes and seemed fast sinking away. On a chair by the bedside Bat Eva her face in Rife in her hands. One glance at the invalid served to restore or. Machonis composure which had deserted him the moment lie had received the Well remembered ring to Geth or will a summons to attend a woman Jhom for years he bad though let waa dead. To her dwelling went Back Quot a it Hintea when the ring so mysteriously restored to him was Given As a pledge of undying love to Alice Logan. To remembered too the false reports lie had Given credence when two thirds of them Haven to any Heads to speak of without having it Flang in on faces that we originated tho pack of fools styled his remarks were received with every expression of Delight possible to the monkeys. Some stood on their pyramidal Heads others Hung by their tails while others threw flip flops from one end of the Cage to the other. A Monkey who had travelled much and seen a great Deal and who had probably used the cats Paw to pull More chestnuts out of the fire than any other Monkey of his age next Eloy neatly addressed his fellow monkeys. A this Darwin has inflicted a distr too that no Monkey of Auy self respect will hesitate to resent. I fling his Otto Mevo Ptter i hic Kilito his Teota 1 a indeed descended from us want Otoyan. Wax my countrymen 1 prolonged howl of derision if i had this base slanderer of on race this Darwin who dark join Fame to and the a Narrol which had not ended by to reducing is i would or rend him to a reconciliation. These thoughts pieces with these hands Quot a j him to a Luth with this Tirohn were dispelled As he walked softly to the bedside. He saw no traces of his Early love in the face of the attenuated and prematurely aged woman before Utin. The hair which fell loosely Oyer the Pillow was Grey and straight while Alice s was shining Black and curly. What was there in those gleaming Black eyes As they slowly opened and fixed their gaze on or. Machon that caused him to Start turn Pale and tremble. Then a hand was feebly extended toward him. He took it mechanically and its icy coldness Mode him shudder. A Richard Machon i have Bent for Yon it was the voice of Alice i Igan to heard. The words came slowly and feebly but there was no mistaking the tones. A a i want to bid Yon Farewell and restore to Yon your own. 1 have had revenge. Forgive a weak woman Richard by taking from your cup of Joy i thought to add to my own but there was no Hap Siuess for me. Eva look no Yon Ore in the presence of your father. Yon Are not my child though i want Yon to think of to kindly sometimes a she took froth a Box under her Pillow a string of Amber beads. A a these were on your neck when 1 stoic you from your parents. Return to them and be ,. A my precious child. My Long lost a an the Yonng girl overwhelmed with astonishment and it Gay was clasped in the arms of her father. When or. Machon again looked on the tace of the woman who had caused him so much sorrow and yet crowned it with so much Joy her eyes were still Mizma at him but they were tho eyes of tho dead. An hour later he was on his Way Home accompanied by his newly found daughter and Panl havens be bad met the Happy father and child while on his Way to the Railroad depot and made the Happy discovery that the Yonng lady with Golden curls and handsome Ove Eftig previous was not Bis betrothed. When or. Machon led his companions into the parlor he found the faintly awaiting his return to dinner. Mobra did not come Forth to Welcome her Lover is was her wont but remained in her seat on the sofa. a our in sic teachers. Broke in sorrowful tones from one of the Little girls to the Yonng lady lifted the veil which had partially concealed her features. What made her come so tato.? we can thava la ssh a this afternoon because it s to bras birthday and we Are go ing to sing or Daneo or play or do just whatever we like after . 1 a this was spoken m a Low tone but or. Machon heard every word. Aud his voice trembled with Joyful emotions As he ans of redi of 1 a a not your Minsio teacher girls hut your sister. Mary i Kave found her at last on ,-1 1 ,. He took her hand of be spoke anted her to Quot his wife who overcome to a Vahee but a be Baa and whip him to death with this prehensile Tail 1�?� immense cheering the chairman interrupted the Spenker to remind him that no puns would be allowed. Nobody but Meu perpetrated puns and a pan was altogether beneath the dignity of any Monkey who had the least respect for himself the speaker promised to be More guarded in his future and proceeded with his remarks. A a look at the follies Meu perpetrate eve Ety Day 1 did you Ever know a Monkey to make such a fool of himself As they do did you Ever know a Monkey to buy a ticket to a menagerie and go by Arius around Aud making remarks about people better than himself did a Monkey Ever get drunk or talk about his neighbors and Wear a Ping hut unless it was Fust Euld Oil his lieu by n detestable ringmaster or Suo for a divorce or lace or color his whiskers or go into bankruptcy or cheat the Printer or get elected Council Man or run a bar account or eat hash or run for Congress never screams and screeches of assent. Man descended irom the Monkey indeed 1 if to were descended from Man it would be sufficiently disgraceful. I get ashamed when i think there is a possibility of a connecting link. Look it them in their politic til conventions. In on most idiotic moments did to Ever howl and yell As they do look at them in Congress. A whole menagerie on a drank behave worse. And where did they get it they did not get it from is that is a sure thing. The key to their cussed nonsense is not the Nio Ukey 1 an admonish aug shake or the head from the president or. Darwin most seek for his Uoo Estry elsewhere. Aad let the Monkey alone. He might Trace it to tho beasts of the Field or tho Birds air or what is More Likely the jackass a tremendous applause followed Hia speech. After some further remarks on the part of distinguished monkeys of like Tenor the meeting posed a series or resolutions utterly repudiating the darwinian theory and adjourned Ehe had engaged to give lessons to Hia eds nos a us a. A Overick the French artificer made a Chain of two Hundred links with its padlock and key All weighing together less than tho third part i a Grain. He was also the maker of a Landau which opened and Saint by Springs. The Miuta tire equipage with six horses attached to it a Coachman seated of the Box with a dog Between his legs four inside and four Onesida passenger a postilion Drog one of tho fore horses was drawn with All the cd be and safety imaginable by a Well frail red Flea the inventor Aud executor of this puerile machine bestowed on it no Babiyan Mutoli time As would have but seed to produce Watts fire engine or a balloon. A ,. A Trio Lih cry a hearted proprietor of lager Beer Saloon do int hand it re centlyd08t Hia pocket a Gnu Ming i6oot Iowa found and returned Hyde Voung it award the gratified Teuton the Skye to Otto has Delight Bobys a �8 one Honcik Brunato ill a jew Fiat to do ill shake you for the a peasants hut tho Rotten door of which had fallen from its hinges so that a very Welcome chink was left through which be could slip into the room. An old woman with her cat an Hen wore the Only inhabitants Here it was permitted to remain in tho Hope that it would Laye Omo eggs but after three weeks the duckling Felt himself seized with a great desire to swim once More in the Clear water. At last lie could Bear it no longer and to spoke his wish to tho Hen. A a what whim has seized upon Yon now a answered she Quito angrily a this comes of having nothing to do. Lav some eggs and then Yon will to All right. A a a but it is so Beautiful to swim on the water a answered the Yonng Drako sighing. A a might a ion to in the Dick. A a not understand Yon indeed i u 1 done to who should you yellow beak a exclaimed pert Madam Hern m and so the poor duckling set off again of his travels. The autumn passed away without his getting any Friendly shelter. The Winter with its piercing cold and its Bitin Quot blasts cams on and Thep Morduck lug was forced to keep swimming about in the water for fear of being Frozen. It would indeed to very Mournful to describe All the tron Blu Aud misery that tho poor duckling Felt during the cold Winter. Enough that to remained cowering under the Reeds in a Marsh until tho Sun again shone warmly on the Earth and the larks once More their songs. % tho the Young duckling raised jus win"8, which were much stronger than formerly and carried him far away to a Large Garden where was a Stream which meandered picturesquely through the soft Quot Rass. Of How Beautiful How fresh All nature seemed and now there came from out the Thicket three Noble Amto swans who began to swim lightly on to water. The poor duckling a to vied tho Beauty of tho. Stately Birds and a face lid of Melon holy came Over him. A a i will Fly towards these Royal Birds and they shall kill me for Danng to go near them i who am so Puli these thoughts he swam towards tho to lire Beautiful swans who As they perceived tho. Little stronger Camo to Welcome him a a a do not kill me a said the poor Bird bending Low its Heads towards the water and writing death in quiet submission when saw its own Imago in the Clear surface Aud iu6teul of a it Recu duckling Beludo a stately Swan. 0 just then two Little children came into tho Garden and ran towards the canal. A ooh there is a new one 1�?� exclaimed the smallest child and Hoth clapped Thor hands and said.,. A tho new one is the so Yonng and to Graceful Quot Quot and1 tho old swans bowed Down to thur now 1 companion. The the onco ugly Bird. Felt Quito ashamed and exclaimed in the fnlues3 of Hia heart. ,. I never dreamt of such happiness when 1 used to be called an ugly duckling. A a Story is told of a business meeting amongst certain ?.when Ono of tho most Influent men present apposed the p reject a a be ground of its being a speculation shia was. Of Courso unanswerable but among other objections he a went onto say a when god created tho world if Leo had wanted canals he would Haven Dolliem. Upon this a a weighty Friend a one of them term Rose up and Eaid slowly to on intoning voice a which they always speak in meeting a and Jacob Nigger a Welk and sat a we. nun in med Tely retired into priv Tehfe Euth bought some shares in the canal for a that a _ a. I a Trio picture of despair is a pig inches beyond hit club ,

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