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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 11, 1878, South Haven, MichiganOxi. Jluz. Botts Hla a mar latest ivs. A St. dispatch of the pm my the principle of a a Ira it Exchange of Rlee Between London and Ted former Jtj on Jive Tuocai interesting engl amp my bad been agreed upon. It a re stated at Vienna on the a inc Day that the negotiation would be to used upon larger concessions than had been acceded to by Russia minister 8kward, a Low Days ago telegraphed to the department of state in Washington that the famine in the Northern provinces of Tiaa will continue six Mouths longer. Funds for the Relief of sufferers. If transmitted by Telegraph can be disbursed by the foreign committee or by the commission appointed at Pekin. A correspondent of the new York ibo a a writing at Tokio april 5, sends the following the famine in the North of China rages with increasing Ever try and the most dreadful reports come from the afflicted Region. In one town s Man opened a shop for the Sale of human Freeh and ds8 a Good a state in a nne a Rit tic joint and roasts till the local mandarin caused the shopkeeper to be arrested and a Berlin dispatch of the 3d says the Czar of by Quot a bad himself undertaken to conduct affairs during the illness of of Tow Gor Tartakoff. A a orders Hart been issued to concentrate 25,000 men on the Frontier Between Austria and Bosnia. Prinice Bisma Cit has declared that Germany will observe strict neutrality in Case of War Between Russia and great Britain the British government has ordered a million pounds weight of lint sad other appliances far wounded soldiers. An Alexandria Egypt dispatch of the 5th says preparations were making to disembark Tarlac troops at port said and Buea. The grand Duke Scholm reached 81. Petersburg on the feb to Fth British to Trot am eat reopened on Theofi in reply to tie questions of the Lead ing liberals Dir Stafford North Cote Chancellor of the exchequer said that negotiations with Russia continued but declined to discuss them on the ground that such discussion would be prejudicial to the Public interests. A special from Turkis Armenia published on the 0th, Days ninety one Armenla villages bad been plundered by Dersin Coords and that the ottoman authorities were unable to afford Protection. Roumania has issued another circular to the Powers protesting against the russian occupation of her territory and announcing that romanian official were being ejected from their posts in Bessai Abla. Accomma to Berlin specials of the 8th, Russia had decided not to liberate the turkish prisoners of War numbering about , because of the uncertainty of the action of the Porte in the event of War with great Britain. \ a Vienna dispatch of the 8th says anarchy reigned in the newly annexed districts of Montenegro. The albanians christians and moslem refused to acknowledge the authority of the reigning Prince and in Nur Reifon might be exp a red at any moment. There was a terrible Tornado in Gan Tan China on the 11th of april last thou hands of Bouses Wero Tau i fwd or Sorrl Smiy injured by the wind and in enormous waterspout which broke Over the City and about 500 lives were lost. The foreign settlement suffered severely. Bayard Taylor the United states minister to Berlin presented his credentials to the emperor on the 8th. He was cordially received. Early on the morning of the 8th, a torn to passed Over Memphis tcnn., a roofing the Peabody House and injuring other property. The total loss was about 50,000. The fifty third anniversary of the american tract society was held in new York on the 8th. The report of the treasurer showed expenditures during the year of 1402,902 receipts including balance on hand april 1,1877, 115,0�. During the year 235 col porters have been employed in the United states and two in the British provinces circulating 166,328 volumes and addressing 758 meeting. The Home missionary society also held its fifty second anniversary on the same Day. The number of clergymen in the service of the soviet a was stated to be 996. The officers of the previous year were to elected the vacancies caused by death alone being filled by new men. The recent National state convention of Pennsylvania nominated. For governor 8. R. Mason Christopher Shearer Secretary of internal affairs James l. Wright judge of supreme court Benjamin a Bentley. The platform generally re enu dates the principles adopted at the Toledo convention. A Ich Iuah state hews. Cono Barm my Al Tho 2d, or. Thurman from the Judie tary committee reported Back the Bill to repeal the bankrupt 1aw, with an amendment perfecting the clause in regard to the rights not to be affected by the repeal of the Law and retaining the amendment pro Riding that the repeal shall take effect Jan. 1, 1879. The Senate Bill to provide additional regulations for Homestead and Preemption entries on Public lands was reported Frith amendments from the committee on Public lands. The House Bill to repeal the specie resumption act was called Upland messes. Ferry and Voorhees spoke i its Moor. Adjourned to the 6th. Bill were reported from committees among which were the Fol owing reorganizing the life saving service to regulate inter state Commerce and prohibit unjust discrimination by common carriers. Several proposed amendments to the legislative appropriation Bill were disposed of in committee of the whole. in session on the 3d. Bill was introduced and referred in the House to encourage shipping. A. The legislative appropriation Bill was further a a Lse a amended in committee of the whole and re-1 ported to the House but no further action a was taken thereon. Among the amendments a statement of so eouts in the Shea earn Case of Douglas against Tbs Michigan University this being a Cross suit began by Douglas has Buen prepared. Judge Ramadell counsel for the University. Dec mass to state a a a Thor relative to the statement but it is asserted by reliable persons that the statement shows 910,-000 of University Money to be la Drufua Banda of course douglas1 statement will Controvert this and show that the University owes 1dm 1,800. The sheriffs of Michigan a la on the 2d, sad perfected an organization foe Mutual assistance and co operation. Jaa k. F of Ingham county was made president in flu a. Dumont of Berrien county Secretary. The membership of the. Association is forty. Tbs next meeting a Fol be held at Jack son on the 90th of november. The state fir mass a Ateo Dation net at Jackson on the 9d, and elected the following officers president Pood of Quincy vice presidents t. E. Lusk of Jac a f. Clark of big rapids and w. N. Kirk Wood of recording Secretary 8. D. Pond of Allegan corresponding and financial Secretary j v. Johnson of Charlotte treasurer Clark Cornwall of Ysl Lanty statistician f. H. Seymour of Detroit Delegate to the National convention to be held at Cleveland Thomas of Neil of Kalama of. The next meeting will be held in Detroit in May 1879. The following Call for a Republican Sute convention has been issued a Beim Lioan state convention to nominate sagas amp see Rte a id a Virv pm mtg will be entitled u he any re wed Confidence Tafb a Leas absorbent of the it action the respondent Forant a an of it Iragui a or after re mrs. Edgely Fiad to Amr would have fared Vorase. To find Friend Crocus pm a a sad is ski old Mother Earth smile. In Mem and Calls her children fair and Freejr go to hold a ring time revelry. A gel go i siring i is Ned Viher school adding my teachers were pm every fond of me Quot and iving with what seemed to herself a a a a to aspiration of the moment re personal qualification or hts the family phys bbb girl of eleven i think she a a woman s. A it i. Of Jan of t of ninety nine in disguise. Of dear i am afraid i cannot love her and with out Lovel am nothing. I must love her. Tee and i do Flor poor Little girl she is Motherless. M we went Home and had luncheon a a very Nice lunch. The Cook came and Miku of Lama ii the must a d Tbs a stood Riua ssi etis sri i attest the we a Nam to View the most Call to join tip apr inc i and Wand their faint of it a by. T i a �7j1 Jenna Lum a Thyri Manilli rapidly to modern language a vague sprinkling of Pender a to test Otto Ollendorf Legendre and la innit from Timm and used both Berj twi and Muller and her drawing-Mae-1 Tfir studied in Paris and finally declared j j with real warmth that she loved Davac i tag. And could teach dancing she no i Manito Well Bwye she had unfit 1 Issel. Y the Airt a shoot my Chi in Node a love old Earth for thee. A Christian uni a. Up stairs and stood in the passageway to ask again about desert but i think just ton Are at 1 its As Good As going to the theater to hear her talk. And when she goes laughing and ringing through the House my machine i Wii so it do. A a she a a sensible Cree tur and a bom lady. And i could live with her to the ind of my Days a said the Stem dissatisfied waitress. And or. Rainor s a bom gentleman which mrs. Edge Ley a 2 a Fol nov a nil la fit me. Not in a Fie Way however. Then we went to z Isnit no such thing and just to look at her is enough to drive All the mice wanted at once. 1 yes i will said Amy 10.187s. Every county will be up Delema for each 0 of us fee governor in 1876 and on additional dal again for cd fraction of 300 Votaw but Avary organic Cownty will be entity gtd to St Joyt one do _ Pronty win do Roux we Tzvi ral a Resolution adopted in 1868 pro Videau Delegate will be entitled to Jeat do a Rani sent not a the county be Remea Entz Guo. Al Horas chairman. Guo. Of. Hooch. Becze tary my Armra . Met Chulu e. C. Nichols Fra Kelih Well a khat c. By Moi make b. Bun inca. Jam h. Stoke. Guo. A Patruno James o Doi Otell David w. Glemzu Lewis w. Heath. rho Guast a i Rich Abs Wra Soa we. Oha Duee a h. Cmaj Dlee a cd Wir Iwu. Agreed to in come Tea were Thorn in Crespe the a of different officers of the agricultural department to the amount allowed by Law. in session on the 4th. were reported from the committee on coinage and recommitted to retire the five and three cent Silver pieces a a a a a a their is Tok turn i Ink curl a Mau shall be a Legal tender to the extent of Twenty dollars Ana shall be exchangeable at the Doii ars Ilij by log Ira Treasury for other Legal tender Money when presented in sums of Twenty dollars or or. Several amendments to the a Gutive appropriation Bill were adopted Amon them v i a Otic ti11iirmj seeds to be con iria Ting appropriation Bill were adopted a no a the being one requiring agricultural seeds to distributed proportionately among the co Gressional districts and one appropriate ii 9185,000 for the re eatau Dishmen of the new Urcer _ the Bill As amended was then my his . One of the late John Mossey s it intimate friends and advisers suited on e 2d, that the entire property of the do Uji fld would realize but Little Over $30.000, in Iai much and that the estate would not be a in to Settle up the debts against it. The next Illinois Republican state convention is to be held at Springfield on the my of june. W. S. O Brien of Bonanza pm of flood a of Brien of san Francisco . At san Rafael cal., on the afternoon of he 3d, after a lingering illness of several Bontu. I estate to vaguely estimated at rom 15,000,000 to 30,000,000. Minneapolis dispatches of the 3d by the number Olla is lost by the mul to ister in ibid to was believed to be sixteen be Remaina of seven bodies had been recovered and Only tip them Ware Wen lifted. My i Toering Tafftt wet a mass of Rains and a Large amount of umber a planing Mill an i Prator 90,009 Boa hels of wheat a number of Milroad ears and several Small machine shops and other buildings were also destroyed. The Money loss was thought Tobe about1,00 1000 insurance $560,000. Gen. John m. Binckley formerly assistant attorney general of the u states committed suicide near Milwaukee on the night of the 4th, by drowning himself in the Lake. He bad before made three attempts a it Poison himself. The inducing causes of the act were poverty Domestic trouble and tack of employ a a the she Torrij we plot Mills at sooth Chicago Tiefu Tamari la of the 4th. La it is about $wa009. About 1� Persona were thrown met employment. The remains of it it pm Morrisy were buried at Troy n. Y., on the 4th. Tbs tuns Al was largely attended. The entire Bate Senate and several members of the House were present. Kex Gor. Packard of Ura Iriana has teen Nomen scud As Consul to Liverpool eng., and sex gov. Lucius Fairchild if we Totth Consul general to Parta France. A Quantity erf writ co cited counterfeit Trade dollars have been captured at Cincinnati. They Are composed of Block tin Bismuth and pulverised Glass and Are Standard weight and have the color and ring of the real dollars. It is necessary to weigh them to detect their character or press them Between Iba Teeth when Jho Glass they contain gives Forth s a writing sound. Sect Sherman he Tabooed m orig Floe 8,000,000 Cuita states Coupon of registered 5-90 Bonds of account Al subscriptions to the 4-Poe&Lteul loan. The of. Bin onto Fly it tip Sybor in the National Home of repel Mintar w m a a 1 Orleans mint passed. petition waa presented on the with signed by a urge number of pm son praying that Gen. John c. Fremont be included in the Bill co place Gen. James Shields on the retired list of the army. A a a or. Gordon spoke in favor of the re Peri of the resumption act the House Bill making appropriations for the payment or invalid and other pensions of states for the year ending june 30, loan was called up and several amendments were Igrec to. were introduced declaring that All propositions to change or modify the Tariff Law Are injurious and Detri mental to the general welfare of the people riving to All religious denominations equal rights and privilege in the Indian Desenra tons for the appointment of a commissioner to be called the Farmeral Aud Stock breeders commission and to consist of a veterinary surgeon and two practical a a Breed at an annual salary of $-.500 each. Erg re Mil by Quai shut j of ? to have charge of the investigation of the contagious diseases of farm Stock their causes Means of prevention cure etc., and to report from time to time measures to prevent inc importation of such diseases from a broadband the spread of the contagion to in Demahy Illinois and other states in Nard to swamp lands to enable soldiers of the late War to pre empt lauds to the extent of 160 acres. A motion to suspend the rules and Pasa the Bill reducing the tax on snuff and tobacco to sixteen cents per Pound on cigars to five dollars per thousand etc., waa Loste year 120, nays 115�?not two thirds in the affirmative. the 7th, the Post office appropriation my was is fluted Back from committee with sundry amendments and placed on the Calendar. The House my to forbid the further retirement of i Natad 8utes tender notes was on motion�?33 to a a a me. To the pension approx Ria further amended and finally Legal tender notes was Joo read a second time a. The too Bill was further a the Indian appropriation Boqi waa taken up and several unimportant amendments were agreed to. Bill providing for e permanent form of government for the District of Columbia was passed motion to t�0 into committee of the Okrie on the Tariff Mil was agreed to�?109 to 108�?and unbanks spoke in opposition to the bil1 introduced and referred to provide for a twill commission. Senate. A on the 8th, the House Bill to form the further retirement of United states Legal tender notes was referred to the committee on Flea one the House joint Resolution to Amend the joint Resolution of july a 18�. Authorizing the Secretary of War to tame arms so As to provide that arms a Kail be issued to the territories As Well be to the states not exceeding Cuch territory to pro Klel shrw5et a note of the state shall not be diminished on of such additional passed. Several amendments to the Indian i appropriation my were disposed of. House. A Tbs Sperker announced the committee on com a a follows Cox n. Amill Stenger Ligoon Smith Carlisle Hatcher Ballou Jorgensen. Ryan and Williams Ore the committee on hectic is reported on the contested election in from the 8�o�a sooth p the seats which re the Tariff Bill was taken of the whole end Mesera a a a a in of the ways and Means its favor. Of a Sippl distil curing the sitting men and Willieme entitled to sri a a Tucker and Rem. E a. State Central committee. Do Torr May s. 1878. Last Auen it my Ruk in county i. E. A. Rockwell of into a Monr Rel with a Fanner named Benjamin n Liber about a horse Trade knocked him Down end kicked him under the Chin breaking his neck from which be died in fifteen minutes. Rockwell was arrested and subsequently let out on $5,000 bail. At his first trial the jury Dis agreed. The second trial commenced on the 29th ult., and went to the jury on the night of the 2d. The jury was out six hours and rendered a verdict of manslaughter. At Clam Lake on the 3d, Thpmas Sheridan aged fifteen years while playing on the platform tvs being switched fell and three cars and the locomotive passed Over him cutting both lege off Short. I injuries were Fatel the Board of state canvassers met to Lansing on the 2d, to Canvas the Vota on the constitutional amendments submitted to the people. A the counties made returns with the exception of Chippewa Gladwin mention and Schoolcraft the amendments to allow toe supreme court judge Toepp Obst own clerk we Defeated by 4,339 vet a the amendment exempting stockholder of corporation from liability to an amount i excess of the value of the Stock held waa Defeated by 17,294. _ th.�. Were 4#,�00,000 a a a a a shipped from Saginaw during a pryl8,445,000 lath 15,060,000 shingles and 80,000 barrel of Salt. Of the night of the 5th, Matth Taa jaspers confined in the jail at Houghton for some trivial offence committed suicide by hanging himself to one of the bar of his cell before his arrest be tried to drown himself. A fir in the packing room of Schmitt a Sohmitt diely a match factory at Detroit on the evening of the 6th, Censed the destruction of property valued at about $2,500. The bonded debt of the City of Lansing Aggregates 9180,800. The state Salt inspection for april was a a 503 barrels showing an increase since dec. 1 of 186,826 barrels Over the product of the Cor re pending period of 1877. Tatj that the product this year will be 2,000,000 o. Rehire a prominent Detroit Lumberman died on the 5th, at his lumber Camp in Isabella county of to Sumonia. _ a Kurt c. Pm san who ran away from of a a Saginaw on the 19th of april Short in his a of our to has been arrested in Canada on the charge of forgery. William Schmidt a chore boy at the stau Ber hotel in East my committed suede the other night by banging himself with the rope by which i father shuffled off his mortal col two month before. A Cha Les Johnson atoned shot charts Morton Wylte. Through to to mob at Cedar Ftp i or during a quarrel % few nights ego and inflicted a fatal wound. Musj Roox a Shingle Mill at Coleman station on the Flint a Peru Manj Firotta Redway was recently destroyed by Ira. Old a 6,0cj. To Oil saying that a never strikes Ttoe i the Eeme place we lately proved untrue at zealand near Holland. The residence of g. Vye Wimch was track Tan Days before was again struck and hmm Itom toe entire Chi Nefcy Tum top to Bottom the lightning Tanto Tomti a Tafi without any bodily injury. Or tha fall of the floor of the Mansfield Market in men John Coster Jaeyoo Klein and Joaeph . Klein May die. The pref Dot has owned an exec lire Cedar to die continue the City and Transfer Tea Borina Ana Ards Tuata toe office at Reed City. Tun tatar reports from Detroit rive the following a a a a a Conraot Porteo. Plea i Taroy 8uu, per Deottl �108�1.40, bolter. A 18�ne� cd oreo we lie corp. To Winter w.�0110b Amtower i �3j0wba0 curio a re Nve a War a this time i will. My brother s has called me a a Little Vixen Long enough. Now 1�?Tu a Lite Vixen pm tired of Tai persecution i m tired of it Amy spoke angry her eyes were blazing her Cheeks were fluted but at the last sentence she faltered repeating it she fell upon her Knees beside her bed and buried her face in the Pillow. A to tired of it she cried with passionate sobe. A rap to the door aroused her. One arose wiping her eyes ruefully Anu asked in a voice of forced Calm a a who a there re l i. Me a answered a rough but Friendly we a have you brought me the i Xmas. a Well then you can to Sec me just now dear Jack. Put the paper through the she opened the door for a Crevice received the newspaper which a Clumsy Brown hand thrust in and then with a Quick a a thank you dear thanks my dear Good Jack re closed the door and turned the key in the a the Boyish footsteps bounded Down the stairs and Amy once More in 8�lj tude flew to the window Flung herself into the Arm chair that fixed its pm 1u9u a ass a Brasure and opening the newspaper spread it upon her writing table and a a. Fkr a a we until began eagerly to search the a want. Her eyes drifted Over column alter column of those marshalled overturning the vases or tangling himself in his partners gown or dashing through the window Sash As no teacher before could Ever do her resources of self recommendation subsided. Inquiry beneath the surface might perhaps have proved fatal. But mrs. Edgeley interposed. A and our Cook has Given us warning. Us it pity for although she has a Faery temper she pleases brother. With difficulty i have persuaded her to remain a month. The waitress too expresses dissatisfaction the seamstress i the Mac is More reliable but altogether the household is in a state particularly unfitted to be managed by a Mere child like my Niece Martha who however is head of the House a and you will Call her a miss Martha a please. And 1 need for the place an experienced person. But really As this is the last moment and Yon May be better than no one perhaps i had better engage of for one month provided of course that your credentials a a a the cab is at the door Mem anti say he slate and must hurry us it and of Here is or. Rainor himself. And a gentleman entered in pome haste merely saying As he was presented to miss Jennings a a will see you in a few moments a and hurried his sister to the Carriage she All the Way endeavouring to impress upon him How very unfavourable an opinion she had formed of the capacity and experience of the new governess a to be engaged Only for a month you know and it was necessary to have some one at once. Her last act As the cab drove off was to thrust her head through the window with an expression of dire solemnity and say with a groan a brother we be gone through the Woods to pick up the crooked stick at or. Rainor returning to the parlor Ai Oija a Hui a school room and looked Over everything books maps and of such dreary drawing books and then to the parlor and tried the piano. It is As old m Methuselah and cracked execrable. Then Martha said she had a headache and would go to her own room and lie Down. 1 suffer with nervous headaches,1 said she. A i suppose the Day has been rather exciting to ninety nine disguised As a Leven of m a a then made out my list for or. Rainor. A a a Happy thought struck me. A 1 will go Home and see about some packing As my Luggage is to be sent Over to night and so i can manage to miss the dinner which is an ordeal i must have another Day to summon courage for. I will leave word that i shall Dine at Home. First i will take a cup of Tea to Martha in one of those pretty harlequin cups that i saw in the Back parlor. I wonder How anything so colourful came there in so i did and strange to say the antique child thanked me like a grandmother. She Sai up in her bed admiring the cup which was a a n like out any mice in Industrial birthday present from her father 1 i or. Rai Norand sipping a few drops a a Jii not drink from the spoon she much said How thoughtful of you. Miss Jennings i believe Tea w Good for headaches. You must have some too for you May be and she seemed quite sorry that i was to be away at dinner. A then i went Home and packed my things and had a real time with Matilda of How Oan Dick think she is an Angel Well perhaps some Day some Man will think / m an Angel. I suppose that is what men Are made for. I Only Hope that i shall he a Little nearer the estimate than Matilda. 1 should despise to be worshipped if 1 had to be of the Bouse if there the House which there ainu to. A what has come to me a thought or. Rainor. A a age must be tempering me i feel so Light hearted so Well of late. And Mattie my precious Little Mattie i begin to think she will make a glad Strong girl vet. I wonder if there is anything in miss Jennings idea of Sun and fragrance music and color and stirring life Amy Jennings what a strange woman rite is a a child almost and yet a woman quite. She a a Surprise to me every Day a sur Surprise that was the word which am seemed to have written upon the whole House. But the greatest Surprise of All befell mrs. Edgeley on her return Home. She came a Day before she had written she would come for some reason of her own. Perhaps she expected to be surprised if so her expectation was realized the cab rolled up to the door at nine of clock of a Clear Moon lit Winter night and mrs. Edgeley Sachel and Blanket shawl exactly As she left had come Back. But at the very door Stop of the cab she stood motionless As if transfixed by a Shock. The House was lighted from attic to basement. The White blinds i it up Chipmunk pelts write the nicest kind of kid gloves. Clover increases in Dir weight until the Blossom in matured. The Flea Beetle is said to be doing Greet damage to tobacco in certain Tennessee districts. A Florida paper a Ostenda that Only in his favorite orangey tree does a mocking Bird sing his Best. A Texas Young lady raised three sales of Cotton on five acres doing the work with her own hands. Repeating watches have gone out of fashion of late years partly perhaps because they were cumbrous. A drop a postal card a a Philadelphia firm advertises a a and we will Send a Satawa an or Saleswoman to your residence with a Fine lot of shoes As Sam Ples who will take your measure in Dar a citizen of Groton conn., some Twenty years ago buried in hit cellar some bottles of cider and then forgot All about them. A few Days ago their were dug up and the cider was found to be excellent. The average daily wages earned by Vor Kii 2,042�k 9 Wori Kingmen As shown by the last census of 100 cities of America was Only ninety seven cents and each had an a verage of Only 180 Days employment a year. Boston Law says that a full loaf of bread shall weigh two pounds and smaller loaves shall be either three quarters half or a Quarter of the full loaves in weight each size to be marked for precisely what it is. Bakers Aro the nouse was ii guru cum w Jor Prewit a basement. The White blinds were a no prosecuted for disregarding these drawn but lamp Light streamed through regulations. T him into the Street and shadows i to it a ref the army of the moved across them in Swift Chase. Played by Ai Ted a. A i Jar rain or Reid ruin a m cd rd-1 supposing that his sister Hadar in print that stand Side by a me i need Ril preliminaries Only 1 la a tit a crowd. I a4tln�r Nan Vau co 1x16 m.1ss j611 m unrecognizable As faces in a Conrd but each one bearing its own individual Burden heaven knows what heavy burdens for some homeless and fiend less in the great City. Her eve drifted Over these and seized the Brief column devoted to a a instruction a a a so sir it Ai Assur re a this advertisement so peremptory in regard to time struck the fancy of Amy Jennings. It was urgent and impetuous and she was in Accord with impetus Sites and Urgen cies. A a this is just the thing for me a she thought. A a girl Inke girls boys Arelo a awfully affectionate and rough. A eleven years that to quite Young i could manage the. Of 1 wish 1 there eleven years of do a wish l were Back again to Happy eleven. Had my darting Mother then and my kind father. Now they Are both gone a gone forever. It is terrible to be an orphan and terrible to thief a How in kind some people can be to orphans. I Hope heaven will keep me from Ever being unkind to unhappy pm Ople. Think it is the worst sin of the soul. She read a advertisement again scanning lbs requisitions of an amiable disposition a a mistress of the modern Adown Pliz a menu and sighed deeply. Then she laughed laughed one of her it in merry Musiari Sun shiny laughs Amy s laugh. It bad caught none of the sadness yet from her life a sorrow it was one of the most unfeigned by merry Little laughs in the world. A. She bathed her eyelids so red with weeping and prepared herself for a walk left the House without a word to any one and went directly to the place described in the advertisement. The location was Remote from the Brilliant Avenue where Amy lived in her brother a House it bad a strange unfamiliar and rather Dingy Aih the House stood opposite a Small Park not frequented thronging by of get with Vel like the Bhaw soon rings la can you come miss Jen nos a ii to Morrow morning if you like answered a i it it be then by ten o clock mgt that i May present my Little daughter and see Yon established before i go a . Nine o clock at evening. Or. Rainor seated at his read ing table in the Library Book in hand. Enter Amy timidly but with a secret bravery result of her flying visit Back to misery. A a miss Martha has retired because her head still troubles her. I had her feet Balbed in hot a a poor child she inherits that said her father. He meant headache not hot water although that element Hail been conspicuous in the Rule of the late mrs. Rainor. A a and i have made out the list Saia Amy. Or. Rainor took it and after drawing an Arm chair near the fire and placing a Footstool for miss Jennings resumed his place at the table and adjusted his eyeglasses. He started sightly As he began to read the list and his expression As he proceeded varied from astonishment to amusement he i Irum . A a. A looked Over his glasses inquiringly at a a just what you might have expect a who regarded him steadily with de from such a wilful girl said a then he read aloud amyl a sister in Law to her husband j unit Aba. A two Canary Birds six who was petrified with astonishment when he Learned that his pretty sprightly sister who seemed to him a a All smiles a and who a just out of school had been received most lovingly Youfes part into his affluent Home had engaged log am Aji cover Ness. _ go As it is a girlish Freak a he cannot 1 shocked said a i consent to but him into acquiescence by a grave dignity. As follows a two Canary Birds six House plants order at Florist s for fresh Flowers twice a week six children to dance a Wood fire in the schoolroom a battled or and shuttlecock a new a a a the battled or and shuttlecock said Amy a a Are for the French verbs. I throw a verb you know at miss Martha and she catches it and throws it Back to me. In this shocked him into acquiescence by a a amp cd to me in Thig Way we go tempestuous outpouring of her Story of the Temesy in it they become pm Hora sickness and unhappiness an dres8e<j on the memory without the the although he was sorely Pix a cd to con of leaning Over la be Olive now his wife could have been 4< Well a said or. Rainor pleasant cruel to Amy or rather How Amy could 4<i d to know that j should object have imagined his wife to be cruel he i r i j 4k�> ska Anc Ritre soul of music a Waltz 4 piano violin and Harp escaped As distinctly As the Light. Mrs. Edgeley hardly had strength of mind left to the Cabman and ring the door Bell. The door opened in a Flash. 1 lie Stern dissatisfied waitress admitted her with a a yes actually with a Grin. Girls in Light evening dresses and White neck tied boys were pro menacing in the Hall Ana the Parlours were filled with the whirl of the dance. Mrs. Edgeley dumb with indignation attempted to ascend the stairs but Midway she was almost upset by two children in a High state of excitement coming Down abreast a who Are you gasped the Matron coming to a Deada a a a we Are miss Rainors orphans said they or said one for both who were exactly alike in Brown stuff gowns and Blue capes. A miss Rainors what we go to the la a a school and miss Rainor has no Mother so she takes care of us for our Mother is dead too. Miss Rainor makes our frocks for us and our capes and we have been to hear the music and now we Are going Home and we Are to have oranges to take with us and Luoi cake. 1. A mercy a cried the lady pushing past them with Hasty Steps but pausing again of the Landing with another dead Stop. Not because the rooms on this floor too with the exception of her own a Wing room a were a Blaze of Light and half full of guests but because the dance music had stopped and some one was singing a love song a serenade one of a the old old songs. A Many a voice it earned mrs. Edgeley Back Tel years yes fifteen years Back to the Gray parsonage by the Stone Mill where night after night that summer Agone some one came courting no one knew which till the one sister was taken and the other left or. Rainor was singing. Heaven Only knew How out of that the magnitude of the Arney of the unemployed was curiously illustrated the other Day. A Bank in this City advertised for two Quot or three clerks and the applications numbered nearly Nve thousands Mostof the applicants being competent Book keepers and a Fco ant ants thrown out of work by the hard . Independent. The Santa Barbara Cal advertiser says a there seems to be a blight among the potato crop this year that the Farmers cannot account for. L lie vines of the Plant Wither and the potatoes when dug up Are watery and in Many cases unfit for use. The y think it is caused by too much moisture in the land. Late sown crops Are doing a Colony of swedes has purchased a Large tract of land on the Blue mountains pa., extending from the Delaware water Gap Down to the wind Gap on which they propose to Settle and devote their attention to raising and grazing goats and from goats milk they intend to manufacture Sweitzer Kase. The country is particularly favourable for the purpose. Fortunes in Florida from Orange growing Are made As easily on paper is cities Are built by companies on suburban farms. A or. Dewhurst thus glowingly calculates what his income 6 i. Tto a i Vla Oro farm at Pine will be Quot he has a 400-acre farm at Piney a Point and has just planted it Withleigh to four quarts of Orange seed which Are expected to produce 420,000 Trees. If they Bear 5,000 oranges each Anno ally be will have 2,100,000,000 or Anges which at the Low Price of two cents each would give an income of $42,000,000. Parasols and Sun umbrellas Waiohu a a a a it., grave of fifteen years he had got Back his voice. The parasols Are extremely pretty this season though it would be hard to imagine much improvement on those of last sum Mer. The sizes Are much the same and the pretty Bell top has ret gained favor. Black silk ones muted with White and having the edges of both linked sri tasteful and in Good style. Others have lining and cover a a a fill of have imagined his wire to of cruel us j a French exercise. Mattie has finally considering that the had some trouble with her verbs. But ment was Only for a month and or. About the children for a joined at the outside and a Fril of it is a year from the Day when Amy French lace at the edges. Others show Jennings went out As governess from fringe but these Are scarcely so much her brother a House and now she h a red. One very handsome Paraso 1 ornamented to order is of a a it Rainor As one i a happened of the most How about the children for the dance is it necessary that we should have six children miss Jennings a a yes a answered Amy decidedly a a because each child will bring its own defects and its own graces the defects will be warnings and the graces will ukness.�?�. J be models and the correction of Many so Amy appeared the next morning blunder8 win make a More Complete by ten of clock in the breakfast room of i m failore8 build up Success lir. Rainor and was presented to his forty women i have heard to Little Tho modelling of the a greek the child was an angular awkward gave it a n girl with Sharp delicate features and Rainor did not perceive the pre immense Black eyes that seemed to be application of this illustration but Irr w i jul so to be known to him m in a. Most estimable of citizens a gave his reluctant consent saying to i wife care singly a a she will come Back to us Matilda at the end of the month quite cured of her girlish Back Only for a month for at the end of that time she is to be a Bride and her room is strewn with bridal stuns and the wedding gown is this moment. A _ a Rovi its Border and the wedding gown is this moment in a pretty fluted Stem being trimmed with its Pearly Border of Jel beads edges the of lace. A a Spray of Flowers is we or i i to Traon Vnti longer. I of Kamit Ine in a a we had hoped to keep you longer a said the affectionate Dick and a its too bad in you to go off just As come Back a said the affectionate Jack. But Matilda remarked a How ridiculous it is for a girl like you Amy to marry an old Man like that. A try of travel to ketone larger squares. A a 4___ j a a a Provo it was Early Winter and the Trees were Bare but children played in the walks. And sparrows flitted tamely across the faded Sward. I i am based at this wintry Park while i a he stood in die doorway of the strange House writing Flor some one to answer the Bell she a railed Tong. And when the door was opened the lace that re a loaded to her timid a miss a a in Inge j an answer to the advertisement fori governess a was so Stern and repelling i her heart shrank with a Sodden chill. This depressing impression Quot was not i lessened we Aisne entered. The Hall i and stairway were dark to gloominess i the to stairs Parlours into one of which i rim wee Iowa were still More studiously shaded and Amy agent several i minutes before her Eyre Fri fair Noontide in Meuse a peering Forth from an extremely Active intelligence with a suspicious vigilance that to Amy was really formidable. A i had hoped she would have resembled her father a thought Amy despairingly. A i War a amp inor. Butth task a is mrs. De Fey in miniature. What shall i do with her Little miss Martha clinging devoutly to her father received her new governess As she would have received the gift of some wild and unknown animal whose Clavers or talons or Teeth it were Well to beware of. Of. Rainor glancing at his watch found that he was too late to go through the rooms and look Over school books. Miss a Jennings evidently did so that Point was settled and they returned to the list. A and the Flowers a she said a Are to be copied in water Colcor and to exhilarated us at our a a and the piano a a it has All false nites a false note makes trouble in a Hodge. I think that a false note even one puts every thing that it reaches out of tune. Or. Ram or i am sure you a sing of no. I Haven to Sung for he paused and a strange Bright Light came into his kind eyes. He added hesitatingly a i believe there a a pile of my old music packed away somewhere in the House. R now it arid am a and it i it to me this evening we this evening Ifould r Ever come had it really come at Lafe after the Utrie ets of stately reflecting Suttey Juru iwo a a a a obscurity the Black pedestals j with if Chize busts of Bronse and the i dark pictures that filled these cheerless York May 7.�?flour�?win-1 to a a Tete a id Iris to leave a bips in Quot jew Taa Ubea to pm floating a pjay8.1 a Lowry ofic a hrs 4� we. It up for a at a Ltd a i pm # Miff. Oar �4a�>4c-1 it Tery we mtg with boat 1, a a a a a a a ii Assner for the mister of Emsel 99 taks a Titan 9ftae� go toss press Gera Prieor a Uta to the United state after Jaa. L 17. In Nuri meeting Al Raja c�>�?-9m9bmm is Good to kit in. Newty aus it with i i Turnaj temp Nam my irk on the 7th. W. K. Dodge of now York pin sleet is i Tahr it the Aamari Raperto Ita that in Bamut of the state 1 ntatatnita1 re the he oct Rife heft Caslo aed net die Nerion Tat Tail Haft ten few important Sta Tattory change. Our to the 7th, the new York 8yndj a Quot balls Hoex my. Ai 4% a i it reson Tolj Contr Refl for �rtth8 itar of the Treasury. The state gob Ventina of the National arty will he hem at Brand a name weh., Ori Ketty of Jenna. A Call has by elms tilted 5f5gnagew is Colony has Ita of Gover Mont amp re of arbitrators and it tenth. Hamn ureter of the Fleet Tatoris Scapato. John stat Aouste Asje to a president of if Cor of a a a. Jota he he Ruben my a a a a of j1 Quot a it c Ltd 1p top Yore set in a a a no. 1 Spring flip Kew. To a Wii pm remt Tutt Quot a fo9�fe Andregg Tattay by of the Small eternity a after breakfast or. Rainor went and a Ruth we every bit of Sunshine out i. A a a a Al m/1 of soft Jefff fit Rainor after studying the list More carefully Ami with a More serious sir than at first a to accede to these requests. And books?�1 books a repeated Amy rather dismayed. A a Reafy i forgot in fact we Haven to gone so far vet As the or. Rainor a she said rising to bid him a. A a to and Ulterino from her dig ?.<>�fer. Sunshine is All in his voice. A a lady i Tram Wing entered and Amy arose it Vij the lady was in travelling a Hami carried As if in depart an a Sache and Feite Tetel i she mffriirnr1 to Amy to pm seated and herself in stiffs possible attitude ap-5sted i Armstr. A to Landgon Viand severe. With a sharply Amu motive and grating voice she entered Inte examination _ a a How old Are he Niihau be in Elm grave enough and Hie hair is Ray my j Raar than my brother i tank and a net have by Nice years ago when he by bib he has a land then a re went to the school Roomi what a Der try a data a Andritter a Rard to my bedroom mid to Martha s Bedron no better. What Tytke matter with Titis flu he use p and then we a rent to the Kitchen and ordered dim deed for some reason Irre Stiblo Charm Ming. A a i think perhaps it will be Best perhaps it wifi be bests perhaps if you allow me i will lean upon you a bus Littie about the handsome parasol r is of very soft Black Quot silk lived with White. The handle is of Ebony and rises above the top a a a fam a deep fringe parasol land a Spray of Nowers in worked on each Section of the outside in Cut Jet beads. The weight of this parasol is something enormous but As the lady who will carry it is of substantial proportions and notwithstanding her Dolce far Niente existence is possessed of almost m i v Samsonian strength its avoirdupois is a a he is not an old Man a said Amy j probably no consideration. A curious Sun umbrella included among the wed _ Ding gifts of a recent Bride was a nov Elty in its Way. It was of Black China silk lined with the same the edges Cut in rather Large scallops which were linked. The handle was formed of sections of Jet Cut in fancy design and a portion of it was smooth and of Amber thus affording a place by which to hold it. On the outside was embroil ered by hand Toree full sunflowers m their natural colors and a others in to Krtous stages of perfect Oil the largest was but slightly greater Xaivor or Matilda changed from the i 8ize than a Silver Dollar and Thero Vas sarcastic to the amp Quot Othia a body or up Lem Dubou or Rainor had a ered As she spoke the whole effect of which the idea is ,-1? or Why do you not at least writ a of the sunflowers aspirations. Though Flowers. Very handsome Sun Umbra 11 As Are of a Wrt of shaded Rilk that u very attract Ive. They have Woven in near the Edge an Inch a Nde band of Plain bight color like the silk used. For Lut Taam. An umbrella of a shimmering Reddish silk has the bail erf pure Cardinal another that seems to be shaded Blue has the hand of Plain decided Mazarine. These Are of Ordinary size and while elegant Are much More serviceable than a a a Rie is not a a we a a indignantly a a and if he were 1 d make him Yonng again. I love him so a a cd love and respect and bless his kind heart so deeply and so much there is no old age to a forever kind heart. A a Ana then that girl very much fitted you Are to be a Mother to a big girl like that a a a Shell be a Mother to me said Amy laughing her a Mest Little laugh. A i assure you Mattie is equal to a and to be married so soon too Only engaged for a month or. In Fatir it a an ered from the a because a said or. Rainor not accepting As bad Inage what he knew Matilda at heart did not consider a jest a a because Amy just As she is his Arm was around her and with hands clasped upon his shoulders she was looking up joyously and lovingly to his fac a a Amy �7 and my heart been no a a a by brought son Light to my Lito Beor one a it my Horny my by Crary one to it. A be a a wanted wanted at once a Harper s weekly. Send letter flee fact. A Well fortnight Ain t the 11 declare a said the look. T after amyl a arrival a if this a Mia Law am Emrow la Don Surpri incest governess la a he make a Good missus i wss55& a a a a to tempi go Rte i children who Are no i grit to me. It amp ten Park queer child Ai Noird a Orutta thu so Enrri agn Tia mood a i Mhyl bark. Mil of merited to three Terri ref do of Tho peo Abie Boltie sort of Amr Wax though always a Miliny and serene.1 i and she know what she ? what a whoa. And Mia Martha chime in my How she crime Ini a no in could have Bethought. If missus by is miss Jennings is surer Iriny is St Down a Mew mis for me to a b yen Mart be Fol Stafl with Imti be Arias a a and the near gov Jezl Tao a she a fresh a a apes my thera me 4,008.000 dead Totton re Oei red annually at the dead letter 01 three Bondad Thor and without j Tkv thousand partially i six thousand no address. % fort7taouaa.�d dollars in Mousy. Line tenths of which is returned Tel a balance remaining in the Treasury Zubb Ipa Raml which Oan property to company Only an elaborate Toilette. The hand to. Are a a Plain. Or Elto a mme to liner inert a of of ours sometimes my fifteen to Tousand photographs., tatters Are ret Ornen european of a at 1 a a toe tenth of All Lett Ora received Coo erases 17.7 my i a into ram Dii Ptah my Mfd ordered. Chi says 9vteme.h us my m aim very fanciful. A blast Are of Reourm Verv expensive and Are sometimes cd highly ornate that save in Are egg open to toe pm a a flt a in inor at Churda nor on the prom go Many lace covered Are those having Nch we it Idlet on the Ouide. Antonto. A s in Toast my window an a a there drives just . Part it. Hub Csc i the a toothed bbl aged Ai White Dace a s

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