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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1892, New Philadelphia, Ohio The hew tikes. A3iuel 1300be, proper. New Philadelphia. Of Iii the tone of voice. It is cot so much what you say As the manner in which you say it it is not so much the language you use As the tone in which you convey it Quot come Here a i sharply said. And the taby cowered and wept a come Here a i cooed and he looked and smiled and straight to my Lap he crept the words May he mild end fair and the tones May Pierce like a Dart the words May be soft us the summer air and the tones May break the heart for words but come from the mind. And grow by study and Art but the tones leap Forth from the inner self and reveal the state of the heart. Whether you know it or not whether you moan it or care cent Lencsis. Kindness love hate envy and anger Are there. Then would you quarrel3 avoid and in peace and love rejoice. Keep anger not Only out of your words but keep it out of your voice. A youths companion. By t. C. A get Leon. Copy Rlph. 1801. By j b. Lippincott . And published by special arrangement worse than silly to press you to. I think i understand a once More miss Clay broke roughly from the circling arms. Once More she stood erect with raised head and blazing eyes no weakness on her face now Only resolve so fixed As to make its lines seem hard and cruel. A Bessie Westchester a she said in cold metallic tone a you do not understand me but you shall not for base selfish reason not to protect my self from silly suspicion but to protect you and yours so Good to me i will speak that Man whose name i have sworn shall never pass my lips that Man who has my just contempt and scorn is a the door opened quickly and mrs. Gray stood in it panting from Hasty ascent and with troubled face. A Caro Willie is a thank god i am ready a the Light of Battle on her face melted into tender longing Hope to be realized swept away thought of right and Justice As the words brought plainly before her the wide dark River the yearning loved ones far beyond. A Stop dear a the Matron said stopping with a gesture the Quick grasp for Liat and gloves the careful instinctive touch for precious packages sewed into the skirt. A Willie must see you first. Some difficulty has a a difficulty of do not say he comes to disappoint me a the color Hope had driven to the girls face dropped out leaving it Ashen her lips quivering soundlessly. A not so bad As that i Hope a miss. Maine sealed and no allusion to him escaped them More the younger woman remained silent wondering sorely. But this cold Sabbath morning brought Mckee very Early and with him anxiety and activity to All the household. At breakfast when he came the family Rose promptly from the unfinished meal at the news he brought and rapidly All viands within reach All contents of the ample pantry that was mrs. Gray s prideful boast were parcelled out and put in portable shape. Great tins of boiling Coffee soon hissed in the Kitchen a passing bakery a cart was captured by Mckee and its entire contents quickly went beneath Long knives in nimble hands. For that morning was one of those Dies irae which made every sympathetic heart in Baltimore beat with heavier throb Days which made firm lips tremble and Strong hands Clinch hard while they forced tears to tender eyes of All True women Southern or Union in their sentiment rebel prisoners were to March through those streets a spectacle and a warning not wantonly perhaps a to make a roman Holiday a but because Mchenry the old Capitol and other Border prisons overflowed and these men Une changed must go to prison pens farther from Chance of escape or recapture by sudden raid. In almost every residence along that fashionable Street nearest route of March to the Northern depot now showed activity and Bustle unwonted at such an hour or on such Day and Many window shutters bowed then a thanksgiving feast. A eel chapter . A i wish i knew who he was a the younger girl persisted looking intently into the coals at a dimly sketch procession with background of White lace and Orange blossoms. A Caro after All these dreadful Days Are Over when peace comes again. You two will meet again. Maybe this May bring you closer a a a never i will never look upon his face again a the words were lows and slowly spoken but they had the solemn cadence of a Dirge. A you cannot Tell a Bessie urged. A we May All be one people again some Day. No girl can read her own Fate dear unless they used to say now i remember that your wilful heart had found its master a a Wilush of if you Only knew Bess a there us As a world of self pity nearly As much of self contempt in the woman s Low tone. A dear child living As you live seeing Only what you Sec it is hard indeed to understand us. Amid the privations the suffering the danger around me i should be worse than base to think of such Light things. Once perhaps i was very different a the red glow burned on her face once Mere the firm lips trembled an instant Ere she went on gravely a but even then those rumours were a forgive me dear i believe of Caro i forgot serious things drove it out of my head but who do you suppose was Here to night a a How should 1 guess a there was More of weariness than of interest in miss Clay s reply but inborn Cor Tresy forced the addition �?o1 am such a stranger in a an old Friend of yours and a very Good one too they said. Frankly i do not like him though it May be a or. Fell i think he should be in the army a our army but otherwise he s just splendid. a it would be useless a miss Clay answered absently glancing at. The clock. A thank heaven it is two o a no you could never guess a Bessie ran on full of her Romance. A it was Peytona a a Peyton Fitzhugh a Carolyn Clay wheeled round upon the sitting girl towering Over her with eyes that blazed in equal anger and amazement. A there to night in this House a a Why not dear of Mamma a and with both a Why not do t Why Bess i was ing eyes clinched bosom miss Cla what it was she herself could not have told but again that inner something stronger than her impulse and indignation dominating her helpless will whispered a peace be still a she stood silent rooted to the spot staring at her Friend. A i knew you would be surprised a the other went on. A and really Caro you do seem to recollect very Well considering your denial just now. If a Mere name carries such Talisman 11 do not wonder so much at your a feminine curiosity As to that unselfish hero who saved you at risk of a i Over Carolyn Clayr s face now Pale As death once More swept thoughts too Swift and complicated for translation by the inexperience that watched it. But seeing them the younger woman ceased bad Inage and rising quickly passed Loving arms about the tall form nestling her head upon its tumult tossed bosom. A forgive me Darling a she whispered softly. A i was silly thoughtless. I too know what it is to care f a sonic one. Were i separated from Willie a abruptly almost roughly miss Clay ignored the Caress and repudiated the suggestion. A you Are wrong utterly wrong child a she cried. A i do not care for that that Man. On the contrary i i Ute despise him. Lie is not lit to let Gray answered gently and stepping i closed As eager watching eyes saw no to the door she called softly and Yvo in lie Mckee tiptoed into the room. His face was grave and troubled his manner wholly changed from the boy ish exquisite who had lounged from that House two hours before. Those were Days that made Many men play strange parts and Willie Mckee was a natural actor. A it disappoints me miss Clay almost As much As yourself a he said quietly. �?o1 had set my heart on getting you across to night and i believe you know that to do so i would risk anything save one your a i must always risk that a the girl cried impatiently. A i have no fear. Come let us Start a a not until you know the Man answered firmly. A Ordinary danger would not deter me of course thing in ready medicines every packed were Viler Tiia satan did he lie now to me a he i very an old Friend popular Here hey not know that the a with Blaz Hanels and Labouring 7 stopped suddenly. Passes secured. But remember this timey our capture would be More serious than Ever before. You Are under gravest a yes i know. But of i have been sgt careful a seen no one. None could dream i was a your presence in Baltimore is pm can a Mckee answered gently. A i now or by whom god Only a known a Only the one word from her White lips. A yes and More than that a he went on calmly. A some one knows that you leave to night by what route and that i go with the girl s face grew whiter still her lips moved without sound but her eyes flashed into Bessie a with a Blaze of accusing query in them. Then still staring at her the firm will mastered i emotion so far that she whispered i hoarsely a Are you sure Yon saw him a a saw whom Bessie what do you know a mrs. Gray cried. But Carolyn Clay stopped her with gesture imperious beyond question and j turning to Mckee said hoarsely a go on. Tell me a i know no More a he answered. A on la this note was left for me by unknown hand ten minutes the woman seized the crumpled note eagerly bending Over the firelight and i Reading rapidly. Then pressing her hand hard Over her eyes she stood an instant still and cold Only heaving bosom and deep breath telling of sore struggle to be Calm. Again she Bent Down scanning the paper closely her eyes burning each word into her brain. Then leaning her head upon the Low mantel covered by one hand she held the note to Bessie with the other and she understanding the command read in tremulous voice the fateful message a do not. Start to night. South Bank swarms with stragglers. Rosser struck. Show her this and wait advice. She should obey warning from one who prayed her to Pray for his dead silence was on the Little group. No one spoke nor moved and the still Ness grew almost unbearable As the disappointed woman struggled fiercely with herself for the Mastery. At length she raised her head turning full to them a face Pale and deep lined but firm and hard As the hollow voice that said a i will obey. Lie were Viler than satan did he lie now to me a a the Effort of the soul was too great for the tried flesh. Suddenly she swayed staggered Forward a step and would have fallen had not Yvo Illie Mckee caught her dead fainting in his arms. Approaching column and their owners went Back to the work of love. Then after anxious waiting the sad procession wheeled into View from a Street below the guard that encircled it moving slowly As at a funeral to fit the worn and painful step of Many a one who followed. And a Long dreary line it was pitiful to see in its evidences of wrecked manhood often of broken spirit sometimes of wasted Hopes and longings everywhere. Old and Young the Graybeard next the fresh and beardless boy Hardy Lank Mountaineer and tender Darling from City fireside All sorts and conditions of men of the South were there marching Side by Side to that doom More dreaded than sudden death hopeless imprisonment for the word had gone Forth that the starving South eager to Exchange consuming captured Mouths for useful fighting hands was not to be recuperated in that Way. A robbing the Cradle and the grave already As the Northern Leader put it to hold her wide Border she was not to be Given Back those men she had trained through privation peril and Hope deferred to suffer and be Strong. Piteous was the plight of Many a prisoner weak already prison worn and As sick in body As at heart. Ilene one who might be a grandsire toiling along the stones with stocking less feet scarce held to shreds of shoes by bits of twine there a Mere Stripling Blue faced in the blast and shivering in thin but ton less jacket blowing his numbed hands for warmth. Again a bold defiant figure a newer capture doubtless striding along with head erect and deep Defiance soldering in his eyes and close to him the limping shattered remnant of a Man hollow eyed with sunken Cheeks and narrow Chest racked with coughing under the Bleak december wind. In pairs or fours the prison gang moved slowly Forward Many scarce Able to keep up even with the slow time of the guard. And in the Long line few were More than half Clad scarcely one with an overcoat but some hugging the torn and filthy Blanket or j the scrap of old carpet used in its Stead As a very luxury of prison lot some men were hatless or wholly 1 Barefoot victims of prison Wear or worse of Wanton theft which not Sel i Dom escaped the vigilance of higher of free and left those vile enough to prey i upon the helpless creatures in their j charge. On almost every face greyish pallor familiar to All who watched the prisoner of that time a a sickly Leaden ghastly Ness As of ashes which accentuated More the pinched features and seem Cal to sink most fiery eyes deep Back in Etwo Are the last my daughter. To set the table for two where or of we had plates Ftp Twenty is a j Jne some thing to do. But my boys and girls Are scattered to the East and the West afar. And he who was dearer than children has passed through the Gates ajar. In a wanting Iny bairns for thanksgiving. I thought last night As i Lay awake in my bed and watching for the breaking of the Day How my heart would leap in gladness if a letter should come this morn to say that they could not leave us Here to keep the feast forlorn. Samuel nay son in Dakota is a Rich Man As i hear and hell never let want approach us save the wanting of him near while Jack is in san Francisco and Edward Over the sea and Only my Little Jessie is bluing at Home with me. And i feel like poor Naomi when Back to her own she went and they said a a i this Naomi Quot she Well knew what they meant. In be staid and the lads have wandered and the time that wa4 Swift to go Quot when i was brisk and Busy is laggard and Dull and slow. Of the Happy time for a Mother is when her bairns Are Small and into the Nursery Beds at night she gathers her Darlings All when the wee ones Are about her a with Gleeful noise and cry and she Hughes the tumult with a smile. Her Brood beneath her Eye. Their hollow sockets a a Hue not to be described but born largely of bad Faro and confinement equally largely perhaps of despairing heart and of that Scourge even of the Busy Camp nostalgia. On every porch and door step along that dismal route often lining the curb As Well stood grave faced men and women Many with trembling lips or tear blurred vision eagerly scanning the pitiful passers for Chance of one familiar face. Almost every hand held something a packages of solid food dainties Long unknown to those men fam Ishing on prison fare warm wraps such clothing As haste collected and sometimes even blankets. I to be continued. I want japanese straight eyelids. Miss clays eyes studying the picture in ti1e fire your feet spurn him far less to touch your hand. Does not your Mother know a suspect a a what a Bessie s eyes grew wide with wonder As the other paused suddenly. A Why Caro i never saw you so excited so worked up. It must indeed be something terrible Tell me please a miss Clay s face darkened and her breath came hard and Quick. She j clinched her hands fiercely but still she did not speak Only staring at the other i then with a great Effort she turned a deadly White face lit by gleaming eyes upon her a Bessie that Man is lie it was who a memory gratitude whatever stronger feeling it May have been was j too much for her. Again she broke j a Lown sinking in her chair and covering i her face with the piteous moan a ooh god i cannot a cannot wondering More still but still deep j y sympathetic Bessie Westchester watched this unwonted weakness of the woman who had been her Model of fearlessness and strength. Only one instant though. The next she was kneeling by her Side her arms i close about the heaving bosom her lips j pressed upon the glorious bowed head a forgive me dear phase forgive j jul a i was silly Ever to mention him j chapter Viii. A a As they marched through the s the Sabbath morning broke Clear. But piercing cold the Garish sunlight 1 giving Little warmth in the Teeth of the fierce East wind. Two Days had passed heavy Leaden footed Days to All inmates of the Gray j mansion and to on of them expectancy a became almost torture As no word came from Carolyn Clay s unnamed \ watcher on the Shore. Willie Mckee 1 stopped daily to talk with his cousins but lie Only Shook his head gloomily in answer to eager queries and avoided All suspicious mounting to the hidden visitor above. And she cheered by the sympathy and love of trusted tender women recovered from the Shock of Surprise and disappointment. She seemed almost her old self again quiet patient. Almost hopeful outwardly even if Well nigh despairing at heart. Of the cause of her fainting fit she spoke Little calling it Mere reaction from too High Hope but not even to Bessie her special pet and favorite did she once allude to the mysterious writer of the warning save to say finally a i can say nothing dear. In these Days when a Man s life May forfeit for one Chance word i dare not and the Strong woman shuddered As she added a besides god Only knows i May be wrong. Later news has proved the truth of that warning. It was surely Well meant and timely. But by this time the Virginia Bank must be she finished with almost a groan a ooh when will i get away a a and Bessie Westchester with the delicate tact of her race forbore All question nor did she Ever hint for the finish of that broken off warning about Fitz laugh even while woman Lille she was gnawed by curiosity which had in this Case at least Good basis of right to question. Yet As her guests lips re undergo an operation to remedy Llic slanting Eye. A the japanese Are not Only adopting american social and business customs but they Are also trying to conform their physical features to the appearance of americans a said h. D. Neumann of san Francisco to a St. Louis Globe Democrat reporter. A i was in Yokohama recently and i met there several american and German doctors who were getting Rich by straightening the slant in the japanese Eye to make it look like the beloved caucasians optic. The japanese you know show the traces of their mongolian origin More plainly in the shape of their eyelids than in the color of their skin and those who can afford it Are ridding themselves of this unmistakable evidence of their despised ancestry by submitting to a simple and comparatively painless surgical operation which consists in the surgeon splitting the outer rim of the eyelids in a straight line for the Barest infinitesimal part of an Inch. The wound is then covered with a thin piece of chemically prepared sticking plaster the faithful subject of the Mikado goes on about his business As if nothing had happened and in a few Days the wound is healed and he looks on his envious Fellows through lids As straight As the american s. It is contended by scientists that this racial physical defect in the japanese eyelid will entirely disappear in a few generations if each succeeding generation continues to undergo the surgical operation described. The Experiment is of Especial value to the student of Coqui Indian albinos. There Are several albinos among the Coqui tribe of indians on the Coqui reservation in Apache county Ariz. Some of these albinos Are pure White with Reidar Indian features Reddish yellow hair and Blue eyes. Others again have Pink eyes which Are constantly twinkling As if suffering from some nervous affection. There is one of the Albino girls about twelve or thirteen years old attending the government school at scam s Canyon. She is one of the brightest scholars in the school. Her parents Are pure Indian and unusually dark coloured. Another Albino among them is a Man of about forty or forty five years of age and Small in stature. His hair was Long and coarse and of a Light yellow eyes a Bright Blue with a Reddish glint and constantly moving. There Are several More of these people among the Maquis. The Happy time for a Mother. But a Mother must Bear her Burden when her babes Are bearded men. On a change and in the army or scratching away with a pen in some banker s Dusty office As Martin is no doubt a Mother must Bear her Burden. And learn to do without. I know the scripture teaching to keep the halt and Blind and the homesick and the desolate at the Festal hour in mind. Of the fat and the Sweet a portion i la Send to the poor Man s door but in a wearying for my children to sit at my Board once More. I Tell you. Jessie my Darling. This living for Money and Poi it takes the heart from life dear it robs a Man of himself. This old Bleak Hill Side Hamlet. That sends its to is away has a right to claim them Back dear. On the fair thanksgiving Day. Shame on my foolish fretting Here Are letters a perfect sheaf open them quickly Dearest a me. A tis beyond belief by ship and train they re hastening Rushing along on the Way. Tell the neighbors All my children will be Here thanksgiving Day. A harpers Bazar. The rarest feast. But one Day alas earlier in few inches above the surface of the ground trailed the Sere weeds of autumn. Having fumbled in vain for a Bell Knob he knocked. At the sound the fair Needle woman arose quickly paused to reach up and lower the Shade from the top of the window opened the door and appeared before the stranger with Mccless self Possession a tall slender figure in a Pink print wrapper ruffled Low about a White and shapely neck. A my aunt mrs. Jones scuds compliments and begs mrs. Browne a acceptance of a few articles suited to the season hoping As Well that she will kindly excuse All deficiencies and except for the accidental substitution of Brown for Robin Sou Brice had delivered his aunt s message verbatim and had done it with the address she credited him with when she withdrew from the Basket the note prepared in View of sending it by the serving Man. Then saying another Good evening he turned away As hastily As if each moment were precious. Aunt Jones sat building air castles when Brice reentered running his fingers Tairov go his dark Curling locks and announcing triumphantly As if the experience had not taken his breath away a i saw her sure enough a a which one a was inquired. A ooh. Then there Are More of her to get Lovely girl who received your thank giving offering with such Grace May by about quitting her teens i should i a yes that is she a responded the j other smiling her gratification. A Galicia is her name. There is a married Haugli a Ter 1 have heard and there Are twins i of fourteen or fifteen. When you come i again Bricey say before the holidays Are Over i will have the Young lady and her Mother to Tea. Miss Alicia is i said to be very accomplished and charming. I expect to be on Terras of intimacy with them at this interesting Point a rumble of wheels came to their ears and mrs. Jones and Brice Bellingham hurried Forth to Welcome a Carriage full of friends further arrivals in Honor of the occasion. From that hour until another Nightfall Joy and duty entered in themselves. It was thanksgiving night and mrs. Jones was temporarily alone Brice having gone to the station to witness the departure As he said of All but himself. A boy the same whom Brice had met on the Road the too Early inheritor of his father s greatness in trousers rang the Bell and put into the mistress hand ble lady. The year of which we Are speaking there came a breach of Friendship. Their trouble began in the sewing Circle and mrs. Brown was irreverent enough to say even in the Church vestry that mrs. Jones was no More nor less than a purse proud aristocrat and she wanted no More of her patronizing. This was repeated to mrs. Jones and the neighbors All at once ceased to be neighbourly. To return to thanksgiving eve at mrs. Jones. Brice Bellingham had scarcely been an hour in the House when he followed his aunt to the Kitchen a feeling already privileged and found her standing at a table packing a hamper with such provisions As Grace the cuisine of the Well to do when a thanksgiving dinner is in course of preparation. Conspicuous among these were a fat Turkey stuffed and made ready for the roasting two mince pies of glorious diameter and a head of celery beautifully bleached and of a Quality to almost melt in the Mouth. A nah a exclaimed Brice a my Good aunt i on benevolent thought intent if i read the signs correctly. Now so far As a Good dinner goes a he went on smiling and watching the Basket a i might As Well be some poor neighbor of yours As to be what i am your adoring i have a neighbor who is not an object of Charity a began m s. Jones a for would not be but for present difficulties. Wanted to lend a hand but am feeling dubious at the Prospect. My Man Peter drove away this afternoon for Hoosic with directions in Case of not finding there what he was sent for to go on to Park Boro. It looks As if he had gone on otherwise he would have been at Home before this and if so he will come too late to carry out my Basket to night. I should prefer on several accounts to Send it under cover of dusk. I have let Bridget go to spend to Morrow at her cousins and Mary has lamed her foot so there is no one a a Spray aunt allow me to be your Almoner a interrupted Brice eagerly. A i will manage to turn it into an adventure to Tell at the club when 1 get Back to aunt Jones could not resist his persuasive eloquence that so Well harmonized we Ith her desires and consented with thanks expressed and unexpressed her dinner device including rather More than she chose to Tell. With the knowledge that the a unexpected had happened to the new family in the non arrival of servants this method of leaping into free relations with them the president. A a we la have a Goose to Morrow May thanksgiving Day. Be know and have Josiah a folks come Down a that s what i said but no a mowed that Turkey d be the Best and said it out so Flat it raised my grit an so i says a Well now just think of that a that old Gray Goose is lit to kill. And just the thing to eat for such a Day when folks la want to have some kind of a whoever Heerd a a says a again a to having thank Day meal without a Turkey roasted Hull a but i turns on my Heel and starts up toward the door no 3 is a ooh Talkin Ain t no use but common sense is on my Side in i shall kill that jus then i looked at Little May who sat there in her chair. Just like she Allers had to set the could t stir from there. An then i says a Well Little one you Settle this dispute a for she was Talkin with her eyes although her lips was mute. A what la we have to Morrow dear now you shall have your she looks up shy an says out soft a let s have thanksgivi iut Day a Well you can guess that Little speech has stayed with a and me though she that said it s gone away to where she s Well a no free. Thanksgiving s come again and we jus think of Little May so we done to worry a bout the food Bat have thanksgiving Day. A Myrtle k. Cherryman in Detroit free press. He confers with ills Cabinet concerning ills coining message some of its recommendations outlined. Washington nov. L9.�?the presidents message was the chief topic of discussion at the Cabinet meeting Friday afternoon. In the document the president will naturally make few recommendations for legislation but his resume of the condition of Public business will be such As to show that the administration in giving up Power has no regrets. The president will make it Clear that the legislation which the people seem to want should come from the party that will soon be in Complete Power. In discussing the financial conditions he will indirectly answer some of the partisan criticisms that Are heard about the condition of the Treasury and is Likely to Point out wherein the expenditures of the government have grown and to show what part of the Burden of the increase is due in his estimation to the democratic legislation. He May recommend the suspension of further payment on Public works until the Public finances justify it at the same time he will probably show How the expenditures Are in excess of the revenues because of the removal of the sugar tax and leave it to the people to judge whether they want that tax removed. There has been some discussion Over the advisability of the president recommending the repeal of the Sherman Silver Law on the ground that it has served its purpose. Such a recommendation would have a Good effect on the International monetary conference which will be in session in Brussells when Congress meets. The Silver states have shown by their votes that the Sherman Law is not satisfactory to them and As the rest of the country never demanded it the president cannot but be in Accord by its repeal. It is not absolutely certain that he will do so yet there Are indications that lie leans to such a recon mentation. The presidents views regarding the supervision of Federal elections have not been changed. To show where Lus convictions Are he will again recon mend the creation of a non partisan commission and he is certain to Der. Cate the repeal of the Laws now on Tho statute books. The cholera epidemic will be discussed and Congress will be advised to legislate More specifically possibly to the establishment of a National quarantine. While Power was found for the executive department the Desir ability of having this Power clearly defined Points to a National quarantine As the safest Way of avoiding conflict with local health officers and of making the quarantine effective for the whole country. Immigration naturally grows out of the cholera discussion and on this Point the advisability of Congress defining the position of this country will be shown. President Harrison will not recommend the total prohibition of immigration for ten years As some have advised him to do but he will emphasize the necessity of further restriction than is now imposed. The Homestead riot. Prelates and the schools. Erics stood transfixed. T was thanksgiving eve and mrs. Jones City Nephew had arrived to spend the Festal Day at her Home in the country. There was quite an excitement in the household Over first visit of Brice Belling who was considered one of the of Fellows in his social Circle of whom his relatives might a penance involved facilities at felted while great this Ham Best and be proud without slender were the Falls for showing him off. Origin of tapestry. Tapestry came originally from byzantium. Where the weaving was brought to a High state of perfection. Its expense. Like that of All Wall carving and stucco was very great. Stamped leather which in a measure superseded it was also costly and possible Only to the very wealthy. This stamped leather consisted of the skins of goats and calves Cut into rectangular shapes and covered with Silver Leaf then varnished with yellow lacquer to give the appear Anee of Gold. Was Liis aunt s ambition on that score. Some Means must be found for bringing him into the focus of the Robinsons who had just settled in the place and were reputed very Rich and refined people. If you Hare Ever been at Felton Falls you will recollect that As you come up from the Little Railroad station and leave behind the Cluster of dwellings we Ith a single White spire pointing upward from their midst mrs. Jones ornate cottage comes into View standing on the right hand of the Road and a Short distance beyond along the Plain upon your left rises by far the most pretentious residence of the place close beyond which again is a cottage so Humble As to seem poorly we Cath considering except for the connection its inmates have w Ith this veracious tale it was to the House Beautiful that the Robinsons had come. It had been built two years before but never occupied for the reason that its owner died at the very time it was completed and it had taken the interval to Settle the estate. Now it is Well known that not even a Melon Patch or fruit Trees in their season of luxury Are More irresistible to raiding youngsters than is a vacant dwelling however inexplicable the fact May be. The incoming family could hardly have been aware of the abuse the Fine House had suffered or they would have Given it three weeks Giace in the hands of the repairers instead of calling it Home and afterwards putting it into a Homelike condition especially with the husband and father an invalid and just at thanksgiving time. In the Small House nestled so near the Large one lived mrs. Brown and her daughter a poor but being mrs. Jones nearest neighbor Leith j Ergo mrs. Brown had received Many attentions froot that Rich but respect a a had suggested itself that she looked Forward with satisfaction to the stinging jealousy poor mrs. Brown would feel her unhappy and Only share in the social intercommunication going on before her eyes was mrs. Jones own secret. In her strained relations with mrs. Brown she hoped that person would see what she had brought upon herself and she had no idea of conquering a peace by Milder measures. An outline of the existing state of things with the Robinson family that his aunt gave Brice by Way of preliminary to his undertaking w As in the exhilaration of the hour As Good As lost upon him it went in at one ear and out at the other As the say ing is. A if you should get a glimpse of one of those pretty Young finally remarked aunt Jones balancing the Burden on an Arm fairly Well equipped with muscle through athletic exercise a her smile was a captivating finish to the sentence. Immediately the Young Man was off on his errand under the starry canopy of the Broad country skies finding the situation taken in All its bearings sufficiently novel and even intoxicating. Lie had forgotten to Don his galoshes and tramped through Miry places regardless of the fact that a a a Shine was no More to be had at Felton Falls than was a Chariot of the pharaohs. As he was about to turn in at the mansion Gate lie made the discovery that the name of the people to whom he had been sent had dropped out of Liis mind. A a a twas something common very a reflected the Nephew of his aunt in striving to remind himself a not Smith though. No matter its gone from me i will inquire for the lady of the House or Bridge the difficulty some other Way. If i Blunder these children of the Frontier won t know it. Well but How is this?�?1 am blundering woefully Brice had surprised himself facing a Low Broad flight of Marble Steps conducting to a stately veranda supported by corinthian columns with French windows a curtained and unlighted staring across at him. The truth was that the family were meeting their exigencies in the rear rooms As quietly As possible. Brice had Good reason for thinking nobody lived there and he added oblivious of his aunts explanations that neither was this a Home to Welcome donations for the mortal body. What was it his aunt had said about a House that had suffered from ill usage and that sort of thing a nah a in returning toward the Gate Brice got his first View of the cottage crouching in the Sha Low of the grander edifice and for a moment Steed transfixed. At a Little window sat a Young woman sewing by the Light of a lamp that presented her Clear Cut portrait to the beholder. A this is the place of course and that the pretty girl a thought they Oung Man. 11 is memory had been faithful where a pretty girl was concerned. Lie passed into the Road. A lad was seen approaching who just then broke into whistling a popular tune a kind of proclamation of innocence probably in regard to the desecration that had been going on close by at the mansion just come out of its Long i swoon. A can you Tell me who lives in that cottage my boy a asked the stranger in Felton Falls. A a miss Brown lives there now a draw led the Young native with hands deeply pocketed in a pair of immense trousers. Brice thanked his informer and was passing on when the other recovered from his wonderment sufficiently to Call out a fund she lived there Al ays furs i a yes yes Browne a the name a thought Brice with much satisfaction. A i wont get it mixed with Smith and Robinson any More. Mis. Jones to mrs. Browne that a it. And a Young lady As pretty As a Pink sitting with Bent head at a window the unconscious object of the conscious admirer had reached the door Over whose threshold Only a i a note. With a glance at the neat superscription she opened and read a dear mrs. Jones Mother requests me to express her almost painfully deep sense of your goodness in making so Bountiful provision for j our wants on this Ever Favorito anniversary asking also that you will in the same Christian j spirit forget As you have evidently forgiven All words and acts which have disturbed your Friendly Intercourse and been a source of in finite regret to her. A i am gratefully and respectfully yours. A Mary j. thrice the bewildered recipient read this missive then the truth flashed upon her. But even at this Point she was rather overwhelmed with humiliation than sorry for the mistake her messenger had made in the delivery of her thanksgiving supplies. The apparent error struck her As an interposition of Providence the Wisdom whereof she Durst not question. A the woman need not ask my Pardon a she murmured with bowed head a i have been far More at fault than she in this quarrel that might if it had gone on infected the whole Brice Bellingham on his return from the station noted his aunts air of abstraction attributing it to the departure of those dear to her heart amid Tho uncertainties that attend our fleeting years also doubtless to tender associations of the Day with Kindred and friends who were now Only a blessed memory. How mrs. Jones builder better than she knew and what share Liis ridiculous inadvertence had had in the transforming of events Brice never dreamed. No not even when a year later his marriage was celebrated in that lady a smiling presence and he bore away his Bride guess whom the proudest and the happiest Man who Ever breathed the atmosphere of Felton s. Goodwin in Springfield mass Republican. Catholic archbishops urge the need of religious instruction. New York nov. 19.�?the conference of archbishops of the United states which has been in daily session at the Archi episcopal residence of archbishop Corrigan since wednesday last w As concluded Friday. The question that has engaged the attention of the archbishops to the largest extent and the one which has prolonged the conference to the period of three Days is the matter relating to parochial schools. Not until Friday was any real Progress made and the adoption of the following Resolution indicates a Compromise upon the question a that As to children who at present do not attend Catholic schools we direct in addition that provision be made for them by sunday schools and also by instructions on some other Day or Days of the week and by urging parents to teach their children Christian doctrine in their Homes. These sunday and week Day schools should be under the direct Sime vision of the clergy aided by intelligent Lay teachers and when possible by members of religious teaching orders a declared off. Homestead a thanksgiving fable. Mechanics an Ltd labourers at tired of striking. Homestead pa., nov. 19.�?the mechanics and Day labourers who have been out on a strike in sympathy with the members of the amalgamated association at Homestead held a meeting Friday and voted to apply for their old positions. The meeting had hardly adjourned until there was a perfect scramble to reach the Carnegie Mill offices. The labourers were Given employment As were also a Large number of mechanics. There were not enough vacancies to go around however and Many were turned away. The members of the amalgamated association also held a secret meeting and voted to continue the fight independently. Of these there Are goo. Chairman Frick of the Carnegie company was present and supervised the reemployment of his old men. Importing House failure. New York nov. 19.�?e. Minmer amp ., importers of ladies dress and court trimmings laces Etc made an assignment to August Wedgie without preferences. The liabilities Are a Little Over $100,000, the greater part being due to creditors in Europe. The assets Are nominally larger but the actual value is not to be stated until an actual appraisement has been made. Held Lor the murder of their father. Morrison 111nov. 19.�?the preliminary examination of John Henry Swarthout and Ernest Albert Swart Lieut charged with the murder of their father in Lyndon township november 10, was held before Justice Bates in the Village of Lyndon Friday. The prisoners were placed in jail. Sex congressman Saylor dead. New York nov. 19.�? sex Congress Man Milton Saylor of Ohio was found 1 dead in his bed Friday morning in his room in a boarding House. Death is supposed to have been caused by Pieart disease. Progress of the Senate inquiry into meth Odd of the Pinkerton. Chicago nov. 19.�?capt. Patrick Foley of the Pinkerton detective Agency was the first witness called before the Senate committee investigating the Homestead affair at the grand Pacific hotel Friday. Senator Gailinger and senator Peffer were the Only members of the committee present capt. Foley was asked whether the Agency had a Stock of arms. He replied that they had 400 rifles and 2,000 revolvers but that the men had strict orders not to use arms except to d fend themselves. Senator Peffer asked Foley to cite instances in which Pinkerton men had been sworn in As Deputy sheriffs. Foley replied that he had been deputized on Many occasions. He cited the time of the Lake Shore strike and the troubles at Rankin a. Punxsutawney a. Walston pa., and Adrian a. Lie cited also the Case of the Rochester Pittsburgh company trouble where he served three weeks under orders of the superintendent of the company. Foley then proceeded to speak of the ii. C. Frick Coke company trouble of several months ago. Lie was asked whether the men went to Pennsylvania under arms. He replied that they did not take arms but that they were red at Pittsburgh with Winchester sent in Advance from Chicago. He said that or. Pinkerton a orders were that they should be armed with clubs Only and or. Foley confessed that lie disobeyed orders in causing the men to take Winchester. But he did so to save life and to prevent disorder. He said that miners and Iron men were Only in terror of Force and that the Law and officers of the Law were matters of indifference to them. John w. Halloway a Pinkerton Man had been through All the Homestead trouble and gave important testimony. He gave a minute account of the fight on the barges and declared that the first shots were fired by strikers from sixty to 100 shots being tired by them before the Pinker ton men returned the tire. The Chicago men left at night he said and were not uniformed Aud armed until they boarded the barges and to his knowledge were not sworn in. This was in direct contradiction to the testimony Given before. Robert Bruce no. 128 la Salle Street who Lias been a detective for thirty two years while declaring that he entertained no personal feeling against any Agency proceeded to pour hot shot into the Pinkerton organization. He had procured Many affidavits from men who were employed by the Pinkerton at the time of the Homestead trouble. These affidavits represented that those who made them had been Given instructions on the Barge that they were imposed upon by the Pink Ertons that they were told they w Ere going to guard private property and that they had to sign a contract declaring they would not take any action against their employcrr.,�?� regarding the character of the men generally employed to go to Homestead or. Bruce said they were a the scum of the according to his belief Pinkerton did not fulfil Liis declaration that he employed Only men of Good character. The witness knew of the employment of a convicts. A Are you acquainted with the character of the men generally employed by the detective agencies a a yes there is not one out of ten whom you could not hire to commit murder or any other a you cannot Trust in the reports they Are supposed to Send to their office a a i would not believe any detective under oath without having his evidence a does that apply to a yes i will apply it to the witness also stated that All the men whose affidavits he took said emphatically they were never sworn in As deputies. From what he had heard Pinkerton could at any time Arm from 400 to 500 men. A do you know of any Case where detective agencies have incited men to strike or aided in prolonging a strike a asked senator Peffer. A not in recent years a answered or. Bruce. A years ago where a company wanted to Advance the Price of Coal the employers engineered a strike with the detective a the object of that being a a to raise the Price of laughter. _ t. B. Cogswell w. H. Cutting. J. H. Mccune James a. Of Connell de Meagher and s. S. Baker representing the carpenters unions of Chicago presented an address to the committee asking the members to use their Best efforts to abolish the Pinkerton sys tem As a obnoxious to the people of souvenir sold for #10,000. Chicago nov. 19. The world s fair officials have accepted the Remington typewriter company a offer of $10,000 for the first souvenir half Dollar to come from the mint. The Remington people Nave deposited their Cheek for the amount and hold a contract for the first Coin. The Price paid is the highest Ever Given for a Coin and it will have the effect of raising the value of the entire Issue. The exposition company expects to receive a High Price also for the last Coin minted. A firefighter an invention which is a veritable Boon to housekeepers is a this consists of a Small Iron Box filled with a Little Asbestos on which a Little Para Fine Oil is poured and lit the Box which has a Long handle is inserted Between the bars of the grate in which the Coal has been placed loosely to allow the Oil to flame freely. In about a Quarter of an hour a really Good lire is made and if Wood is used it will ignite of course in a much Shorter time. With a very Little care there would really to no need of kindling Wood at All with this Little . A. Tribune. Christmas wide awake. The greedy Turkey gobbled up the goodly fare and grew fatter Day by Day but the proudest Turkey suspicious of such Bountiful grub refused to eat it and grew rapidly thinner. Finally the master came and said a better keep the fat Turkey for Christmas if we do not kill the thin Turkey he May die on our Bauds.�?Brooklyn life. _ not Hing to be thankful for. A Well Johnny what Are you thankful for a asked the invited guest. A Gnu Teliin a said the boy. �?o1 Ain t had any Luck this year. had one cold All the fall n that Wasny to bad enough to keep me out of school More a a Day. My chum s had mumps in has been out three weeks.�?harper�?Ts Bazar. For i health. Mrs. Hen a Why done to you come out from unde the barn they Are throwing Corn out and All the fowls Are or. Turkey a thanks in a Here for my health at this time of journal. Young Benedicks trial. Although he wears a smiling face Liis humor s somewhat Jerky for Well he knows that after Graco hell have to carve the Turkey a juts tragedy in California. , cab nov. 19. A David Shaff a Fisherman shot and fatally wounded his wife Friday morning and then shot himself dying almost instantly. The cause of the shooting is said to be because mrs. Shaff was leading a disreputable life. Eighteen years in prison. Milwaukee nov. 19.�?a special to the Wisconsin from fond do Lac wis says mrs. Cherney of Kewaunee who confessed the poisoning of her husband was sentenced to eighteen years in state prison by judge Gilson last evening. _ surrendered by England. London nov. 19.�?augustus Theo Philus Kerr who was arrested in England at the request of the american authorities on the charge of embezzling $12,000 from the Jarvis Conklin Trust company of Kansas City mo., has been turned Over to the american officers sent after him. Children burned to death. Hiawatha ivan., nov 19.�?two of Farmer beetles children found a match and touched off a stack of Straw. Their clothing caught tire and they were burned to death before anyone knew it. Baseball ill 1803. Chicago nov. 9.�?baseball will not be played in divided championship series by the National league next year. The season will open the last thursday in april and close the last saturday in september. During this period each team will be scheduled to Plav 132 games. The league decided this important Point late thursday night and then adjourned to meet in Newyl Ork on March 7. The december wide awake is a Trua Christmas number and has therefore the full Christmas flavor from the Beautiful coloured frontispiece that Odens it to the fantastic Flower piece that ends it. This frontispiece is a representation of the ice Queen in her Grotto drawn by Henry Sandham to accompany mrs. Sandham a article a the vagaries of Santa a the Bluecoat school a the famous English school in which Charles Lamb and other noted englishmen were educated by Louise Imogen Guiney is highly interesting and fully illustrated by Joseph Pennell. A emr. Van Gelts Case a by William o. Stoddard. To this Strong Story succeeds an equally Strong Christmas Ballad by r. Macdonald Alden a How Lajla found Tho Christ Eli ild a beautifully illustrated by Merrill. The new serials that commence in this Christmas number Are of unusual excellence. They Are w. O. Stoddard s revolutionary Story a Guert ten Eyck a Molly Elliot sea Wells Nara. Story a the midshipmen a mess a and Theodora r. Jennesse a Indian Story a a Pickee and her people a All finely illustrated. A delightful Christmas play for Young people a wishing a by William Grant is Given Complete with directions for a Cine representation. Price 20 cents. $2.40 a year. D. Loti nor company publishers Boston mass. Mrs. Bridier a How much is your in come Charlie a or. Bridier a you ought to know you spend it All my dear. Brooklyn life. California in three and Days. If you Are g ing to California and Desiro to make Tho journey in the most economical Quick Umi comfortable manner Pun Huso your ticket via the Chicago 6c North Western Union Pacific an 1 Southern Pacific Kya. Pullman drawing room sleeping cars arc run from Chicago to san without change m three Aud one half Days. Completely furnished tourist sleeping cars arc also run in who h accommodations can be procured by pass holding either first or second Clas at a Cost of Only $4.00 per berth rom Chicago to Kan frail Cisco and other California Points. Tho hour of departure of trains from Chicago affords i prompt connection with a i trains from the East and South. Variable route excursion tickets allowing nine Moirs stay in the health giving climate of California second class ticket set Low rates sleeping reservations and la. I information can be procured of any ticket agent or by addressing w. A. Thru 1. General passenger and t Ciket agent Chicago 6c North Western Ray com. Tin reason mat r men have so Many friends is because they Are capital Fellows. A Roche it Ter Democrat. No wonder they groan. Groaning is permissible to the rheumatic. But the groans will s on cease when they take Hostetler s stomach bitters which relieve the agonizing malady with Gratifying prompt Tud. Indigestion constipation malarial ailments sick headache b Lions Ness nervousness and a Lack of Phy Sical stamina Are among the ailments overcome by this comprehensive remedy. The burglar does no to care anything about going through your House. He is satisfied with the Gazette. In Olden times people overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action but now that it is generally known that syrup of figs will permanently cure habitual constipation Well informed people will not buy other laxatives which net for a time but finally injure the system. Do not ask a fugitive How he a comes ask him How he is a going Off.�?Dallas news. Fine playing i urd. Send ten cents in Mamps to John Sebastian Geum a ticket and puss. At. Cit. I 6c p. Ii a Chicago for a pack of the a Rock Island a playing cards. They Are a Knou i edged the by St. And Worth Tivo times Tho Cost. Send Money order or postal unto for 50c. Ami will Send five packs Byox Ress prepaid. When a Barber tasks too much his stores Are generally illustrated with sittings. Map of the United states. A Large handsome Man of Tho United states mounted and suitable for office it r Home use. Is issued the Burlington route. Copies will be mailed to any address on receipt of twelve cents in postage by p. S. Eustis Gen l puss. Agent c., b. 6c q. R. It., Chicago i1l laconic proposal a a a Cook a a a piano a Blatter. We will give $100 Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot be cured with Hall s Catarrh cure. Taken internally. F. J. Cheney 6c ., proprs., Toledo o. It is a strange Paradox that fast colors m e colors that will not transcript. A dose in time haves Nino of Halo s Honey it f horehound and tar Lor coughs. Pikes Toothache drop it cure in one minute. The Canada mines und Coal company with a capital of $1,500,090, has secured control of Ali the Coal and Iron mines in Cumberland county n. Carried by look county. Springfield 111., nov. 19.�?the Secretary of state has received official returns for presidential electors members of Congress and members of the general Assembly from All counties with the exception of Cook. The vote for electors outside of Cook county is As follows Republican 288,034 democratic 281,677 prohibition 29,908 Peoples party 20,593. The democrats will have outside of Cook county sixty two members of the House of representatives in the legislature and the republicans sixty one. The figures showing the vote for state officers cannot be made up for several Days. Sleep Walker meets death. , mich., nov. 19.�? Steven Haven a wealthy Farmer of Otis county near Here was found thursday morning lying dead in front of his barn with his neck broken. He had left his room in his sleep gone to the stable and fallen out of an upper Story door. His career As a sleep Walker has been a remarkable one. Two years ago he was found one morning at the Bottom of a deep Well. Two months later he was found wading up to his neck in Silver Lake. About a year ago he fired his House while asleep and Only a few months ago while asleep he tried to hang himself in his room. Reward for arrest of murderer. Eau Claire wis., nov. 19.�?the county Board has adopted a Resolution offering a Reward of 82,000 for the apprehension of the murderers of William Anderson a wealthy logger whose body was found in the Chippewa River last summer. There is a Good Deal of mystery about the Case. Ended his troubles Ettli carbolic acid. Urbana 111., nov. 19. A Loui Broekel drank half a pint of carbolic acid Friday morning and died in fifteen minutes. He was out of work and tired of battling for an existence. He leaves a widow and child. My. I Case for the Senate. Topeka kan., nov. 19.�?the opinion exists Here that stranger things might happen than the election of mrs. Mary e. Lease As United states senator from Kansas. Mrs. Leases candidacy for the Senate has become a serious reality. She is fixing wires for the place and her popularity with the rank and file of the party will give her at least an equal Chance with other aspirants especially us there seems to be no constitutional disqualification. Horses at Davenport la., Are reported to be suffering from influenza. A Fra have died from the disease. Children of or. And mrs. M. M. Holler Altoona a. Both had eczema in its worst form after physicians failed Hood s Sarsaparilla perfectly cured. Great mental agony is endured by parents who Sec their children suffering from diseases caused by impure blood and for which there seems no cure. This is turned to Joy when hoods Sarsaparilla is resorted to for it expels the foul Humours from the blood and restores the diseased skin to fresh healthy brightness. Read the following from grateful parents a a we think hoods is the most vain Able Medicine on the Market for blood and skin its uses. Our two children suffered terribly with lbs worst form of eczema for two years. We had three physicians in that time but neither of them succeeded in curing them or even in giving them a Littig Relief. At last we tried Hood s Sarsati Nellla and in a month both cell Irea Wero perfectly cured. To recommend hoods Sarsaparilla Asa Standard family Medicine and would not a without a. And Mas. M. M. Sol leu 1412 2nd Avenue Altoona la a. Hood s fills cure liver ills constipation bilious Ness jaundice sick headache. Indigestion. The Best Waterproof coat in the world the Fisli Brand is warranted water proof and will keep you dry in the hardest storm. The new Pommel sir Kell is a perfect Riding coat and covers the entire Saddle buy a at if the a a fish Tea catalogue free. A. . Don t Brand Quot is not on it. Uhi Itra a. Tower Boston miss. Or bulls cough syrup slut will sure your we

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