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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - May 28, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioVolume 1. Number 19. Temperance Reform Vej fire Friday at pm c a p bin Franklin steam printing House of Kussin to a a on a of ton i . Quot to aids Reiji i nos a Jill be no the c4�i . Twi int it �1 50 a it i it ten Niiva with a 1 to pm. K11 Clark item a a mkt ii in Mari or. Ult it. 1 a c,, 0. A it �?T.for1ib� or if him Temperance ref inv. The Impf Ottmer a Milf Nkum a it top no hit it to or banquet it i Ilynn Kari to in a Elf Hotnit it h word to the Elf for we have no room for full a pint of Nir Jive a by Melq Nurto to Hack Back Toyono Lair. A. A thing Kimelly bronc Ltd Antly the nil am the Lone. Who a Heitert Hugo been or rushed by the drunkard s deep a a ruin a a a whose Owle wrinkled Cheek Are deep form i Walt learn a a a Al. I. Whose thin hoary locks Yvere not whitened by years. Ivad gently Tny Penni Vir who s spent my of life in the rum Setleis Litant mid woe and mid Star Fri for if we Oan get him to Ive tie Bis hand Ilia Tep writ a Row Fly met a he will Honor our band. In a turn from or banquet a a on id Molly so Pale child in Rajca and in totters with Eye a ,t, wild i perchance the poor Tegt your Sheet am Hor tint grasp Aye lha i who can Tell of his Mother s Way in clasp. And bring from hit Hovel that Man with a soul Low sunk on Nia. At raw with a Lumeart made of Gold to Man it pit pigs and Rise up to your Mig tit sign uie pledge once for Aye at the bum Juet to nigh Yea a big and Straw / but a Inch a setter place than one w hich i Lay in last night on my Ace Milt Lirt i wave aught like a Bird in the snare a the mesh a wove round me Era 1 was aware. I a Yea sign la Esbitt new alow Iny. Limbs Are no Wehka of. A a a it a / a of hid you say Iff Joinell they la expect me to Spe tic t Ken i can to ii Ovid atom Fri truly should Ridush and then All w Ould say a he a got Ufa Ruth flush. Hut bring my Good a if Ltd Ether be with her Eye the a a totals me ill hear no More. A Alfh a and of dope to Fortnet the dear children to bring do it Wilt do your lie tort Good to Bear How they la sing. A a a a a then Tnp to the Bat Piei the Noble the pure Yho feet feet on n Rock Are made sure. Well raise one gtd spoilt Liat shall hug Tiu of the \ land. And from our brow every Trace of ruin s Brand. Cun a sati May 15, ii pc tfx i cult. It Home to it fun mrs a ten a a Cluck at night a a whip Lufen Norton and wife with the comfortable quiet Jud inf which the Heads of Large families to Fern have after the business of the Day is Over and the in mates of the House have All. But them selves retired Drew their Chat close around t he fast Cooling stove and settled themselves for Ope of those dome-1 in chats w hich they had Long been in the Huu of enjoying together at this hour. Me. Norton was a Farmer with a very Small farm which As he had seven children and an. Aged Mother to support was entire a to do More than provide some of the Staple necessities of life and bad. To eke out tie remain a pm by a jobbing about a when he could not Foj pay work to do. But a he was Blest with that greatest of All poor Many a bless Ingay an Inch Stroom health frugal wife to managed to live i Hoot debt and at he a Aid a a fairly keep his head above these quiet hours talk before he went to bed were the happiest part of Johns life for he Rose Early and worked hard All Day Long and without these he would have known Little of the Comfort of having a Happy Home. To night be was More than usually tired for he had sawed a Cord of Wood for Squir Joue. And he began to think As the great old clock in the Kitchen Corner struck ten. That Hannah was very wide awake for her Kitten need certainly never flew faster and her eyes were fixed upon the stove As if she Dis covered some new beauties in its familiar face we a a a out Nan Aiwas possessed a yet she had opt spoken Kiwi for a Long Lime. Warm heart and a Lively sunny disposition a Hannah he said a hut. After yawning in and often the last thing that it chill Why the an imploring Way several times to attract her &Quot-1 a a a a a a a a a attention a Ian it time to go to bed a a Why Yea said his wife looking no a Only i want to talk with Yon a Little while about a plan 1 have Htom think in go of for a Well let have it a said John brightening. A i done to exactly like to Tell Yon John of am afraid Yon will think i am a that you never Are Yon will have to Tony Over new Leaf. What is my want to keep Rully keep it John As we never have since we were married a a a How is the Atli a div been thinking it Over and Overall Anra mar and 1 made up not mind that if Qai Bleas Dos wkly. Health spared All our lives and brought us la a Good Harvest that whoa the time came pretty near round. 1 would ask Yon about it. Now we have not with All on seven children and an old Mother had to Call a doctor for six months no Accident no harm of any kind has he ladles us. And i heard you say yes a a Alt True Hannah hut Nail ii a. Shall oaf Jost in be if there had or Accident or a poor. Crop. A must he to Rod a in debt and then Jad help the Man i feel As if i run id not help bet to any purpose again a slim a we always luge kept. and Quot in Wirf of Fin to. A its fat it John i want for mothers Sake a keep a Rentar old new eng acid thank giving lot know Mother . Id and feeble and any never live to sen another let us ask All the in Motif Here children grandchildren ?d great grandchildren a a Why. .1.1 an n aha you a re or Airun there is forty or Mure of them All told a a t a a a Well it i no. Matter if there arc a in we i Pityn m relations in the world Yon Kris Laad mtg Tfir would go envy a a but where could you get anything for Obein to Tut Quot v. It of i will engage to give Quot them a first rate dinner and that top. W without diminishing very fun pfc from on a a t Liow Lanny a. I pwn see How you would Bee i. There Are pies and puddings and a Mkeys and chickens Spates and nuts. Why it s a where could they5 frotei4��?� it a Al know. he pretty close plan Nieft but i. Think it would he done. 1 it tvs been Imit Iuit it Over and Over quite stir if Jittu Don t object i can do it. \ a a a ii orly Titsink a of the Folk you would not trek a Kim Down from the City. Wow Ltd Vouis of a yes 1 would a a every one a wild 11 a tin a a a but Jim Usu years last to inst since he has even sent to enquire for Hui old Mother so 1 Don there in no he probability that he will come or any of his Prond a the More shame to Are were John waxing a Little warm a to neglect his poor old a Mother and w Login a bid As he a never mind the Gold John said his wife Sou i ugly a hit has t hat ,1 and you have your Mother and i am sure she is Worth All that Ever was. Dug and you know Jon would t for the w Hole world charge pares with Sam this Promen . That s True Only it one would like to see him a Litt Ftp More kind to his a then a pursued i wife a there is so of nth who has t a Home in the wide world Gnu has to go to the a Tais Eros to. Be married. Well have her Here and the wedding shall he where grandmother in and now 1 think of it suppose we has a the baby Bapty Edas the minister will be Hete and there is Jane a child Otist about age. And Mali or Bas never seen it. Well Hare that re mtg a bed Loo and perhaps we could Indue poor James to come. A my heart yearns after that boy he is just j of our Eddy and who knows but Jidy would have been As bad if he he Al been thrown to on the world. If Yot and i had died., As his Par Erttis did Vea he is Susan s own and Only brother. He shall he groomsman and our Martha bridesmaid. She a almost Ute Cayenn know a Quot of. Stop Ilse nah Stop in excl led John. You will frighten me to death have you been making this plan for one or two years that you have got it All Cut and dried mls Hannah had indeed quite forgotten herself. It had been her design a unfold her wishes one by one to her she thought him interested in her and prepared for them but having once fairly commenced the subject her own interest and ent Hudaski carried her away a and she now began to be a Little alarmed lest so Many things might destroy the Charm with which she had hoped to invest the plan Ito her husbands eyes. Shews therefore glad As. The clock struck eleven to make preparations for immediately retiring to bed but there was Little sleep that night for her she was walking through Large poultry Yards singing out now this Fine rooster now it that White Lurk to. And daring even with a bold hand to snatch from his dignified position the head Gander of the flock. And then when her merry Eye lids drooped she would lose this scene and anon be putting pie after pie. Mince Apple and first and Best of ally deep Golden pumpkin upon the White Helves of an interminable pantry and when her feet refused to Bear her there any longer she was in the ample Kitchen and hello were ringing merrily up to the door and then such a shaking of hands and meeting of lips that poor Hannah fairly wearied at last fell soundly asleep. With the morning Light Cape again the Host of was and Means that were to be compassed to bring about the desired end never was a Busy a tint More weighed Down by cares than Here and Nevera Kinder heart More willing to Supply in Happy expedient what the head failed to sons rest. It wanted now Hir three weeks to thanksgiving. And what was to be done must be done quickly. Hannah considered the Content of her husband As having been Given and the next thing was to Consul with the old Mother for aged people Someth Mes fear that fatigue More than they expect to enjoy pleasure from Inch scenes hot grandmother had always possessed a Rte of Jet lingers onh. White Cash vim m ter fog step Are spared a Little while longer i. A from the Home of the so in ought mrs Norton and it Bud Aiwas what a time it Sidy Lora he first hour Felt All the care responsibility. Here Ane might a Beard now following after footsteps to see Sha j so set most re a we it of it we it a a Quot re a and i that done to beat All. Dar Caay its so a a it a Susan poor child she has t a Home any where. And _. I a itch it a rum s Zigni , to see a there., i should t wonder if the baby was a Bein from the first hour that her husband s j what she was doing now going towards the going to be baptised Ino Butr had chosen herbs me by their fireside id roof the pantry to be sure Lannah had a but grand trollier kept her own Council and of her Endeavor of make Mitote last been Able to do aug thing for Here i was none the Wiser her i pinions. Though a Days pc a Long and useful life the happiest of i and Happy and proud was she when she found she insisted on knowing a we re in the world them All and now to change a Little for her. A paper of raisins declaring that with a her new did the boy get the things a the Monotony of a quiet in door life to give her i up Cades she could Stone them As Well As any. Edwrrd was first. He preferred something to think t ver when those cold hitter body a seated herself dose by John. To be sure a to stir round his exp Lols with a Little inv Story the Darling of , �1,4. In. A Winter storms should shut out even the Little variety a he now had and to gather once More it he members of a Large family to receive tha Blessing which she so Nimoh prize for herself the Darling Little creature picked thy Apple. Ned Kwell a Edward had disappeared let fore the task were allotted where or for what no one knew Juit he was a Good Hoy and it was i i. To. A i it a is a Kwa Ieuv Anu a w and c i Wren Stic h were or few Toby a Moti Yei j his Parent principle to Frost him Tini shh in the. Laborious Lark of keeping fax Epser latin it veal new. _ a a a of Fouch of age is the heart and the Habbit of looking at a the Silver lining of the Clouds will keep the soul s Eye Bright Long after the natural vision has become died and so Happy and making Happy though with a feeble Frame the old lady had at for years in har old Arm chair by her songs fir Reide and the growing infirmities and decrepit do of age became Beautiful and holy lessons in reverence to the Young grandchildren. They were Early taught to feel that a word of reproof or. Of approval from grandmother was the hightest Reward or punishment that could be Given them. And to attend to All her Little wants the greatest privilege they con id enjoy and thus in this Farmers quiet family met the two extremes of life and the Rosy Light of the morning was softened and mellowed by the fading rays of the is Akiak Sun. While its deepening Twilight was made Beautiful by the laugh ing Light of the Small Golden Elo Adt which Lay around it As it Sank to us final rest. Of the influence of the pious age upon the hearts of the Young can never be too highly valued Martha wat the eldest child now a Early fifteen years old. And a there were six younger. Of had always w acc a him a from a Edvild to the myth or depended very much a arrowed upon Ner. She consulted her in Little arrangements arid e mild As if a great part of the household had been removed if any thing had deprived her of Martha. From Early summer she had been her mothers confidants re up acting 1�?Thiinksgivi.ig�?and had in her own quiet Way made a thousand Phons for bringing it Shmit. It is astonishing Mai a Way children of that age or even much younger May be not Ostly comforts but aids to their is feats there was Jittie acts of self sacrifice which m Irhn was daily performing. And which though they did not appear at the time to produce any impression on the condition of the family yet in he aggregate were of a treat importance an 1 what is better yet were forming her own mind and heart to a Standard of generous and High toned self Devotion a Freedom from selfishness at once the passport and the guide to the esteem and Jove a of All w to knew her through the summer he had taken no butter no sugar no Tea nor airy of the a Rice that could be saved for As she reasoned to hrs ii a every Little helped a and by a my by when the time fairly Costne she could Tell her parents w hat she had done to 1 eur the expected expense. Bill mrs. North no i watchful Eye had Long since noticed the sacrifice that was making and had not Only divined tie cause but As far As it was possible Sho had aided her. She had. However ref rain Ted Isom making Martha aware that she had discovered her secret for she wished her to have the pleasure of making it k Nown to her. And a Joyful Surpri Ife it As to All the Fame in. When one morning after break fwd or. Norton inquired of his Mother a if she should let-1 Well cough to like to keep thanks div a ice a Quot Quot a vow by yes my son. Yon know we always do that and i Hope Yon always Wilt so Long a your old Mother is with you a answered the grandmother r a but interposed mrs. Norton a no longer Able to keep still a ave mean a great thanksgiving a regular old fashioned one i such a Yon used to have when you were a Little girl Only you will be the grandmother now Bud they will be your children. We mean to have All a a ally it he Hannah a stammered the old lady a a vet Mot Ltd a a a to a yes Sam a and Joe a and Henry and Martha a and Betsey a and Jane a families and a Why Hannah a interrupted the grandmother a fih9h of emotion and pm astute passing Over her Facy. Such As it had out known for a a a would beat you All oat to have so Many be ides the expense.�?�. A never mini the expense,.sear Mother we have planned it Alt and by being careful and doing without a few things we a Hall have a Nice supper just As you used to in old times and i am sure if there was Ever a family who ought to thu g id for hts goodness to them it is we for Bis having spared you so Long to As Mother 1�?� the old lady a gentle heart sent a tear to her Eye it was her oily answer and amid the riotous rejoicings of the. Other members of the family the Bree fast broke up. A a and now. My Ehi Titre it my it Flud he Psi not i Erht Are a now commenced the first Good of our put Paul new England festival a Large family Fri h whom from year to year the tiring yrs a struggle and who therefore were in danger of having their hearts soured and. Tab the Nee div w hich comic hed them to Bend and exhaust every Energy to sup but he was too Good Heartel a boy lot g to resin a a treat and the whole store was told. V a he bad hired himself out to or. Hopkns a Rich farther had worked a like Man a or Isoji. Kin a Iii. For a present but he wanted Martha to look Drys it cd up. And All be could think of was the Wreath he he a Seeh hanging in the Burn it shop. She looked so pretty w Ith a Rosebud in her hair he thought she would like roses. So there they were a but to sat. Looking around to his myth in Mars in a moment very merry Bells were heard jingling no to the door a stylish buffs with Bright red fringe was lastly thrown off and disclosed to the watching Eyre Henry Lawson. The Yooung Blacksmith known for sometime a Susan a accepted Lover Susan herself mar tha. And James. A a a. J there was the silent hush of expectation it no one left the room and there was heard the Loir voices of those who had a pfc arrived and after a few minutes evidently of or operation a the door was swung Back and a party the bridal character of which there was no mistaking a us it up i entered. Quickly and solemnly they arranged i High self said and he had Given him to pay before the minister and when All Thea last Turkey he had and a half Dollar wat in shed in silence Ahe Short simple Cere a Nrec ent pm a a us a a 1 1 Ronny was quickly performed and ply pressing wants were now. For one Day j or hesitate in Between her and Yon Mother no Billj to indulge in that free Holiday feeling a a Only you always look just As handsome As a which re to the Bear More than the body but picture to me and i find any thing Grey were Aho to enjoy the u sury of making i that would make Yon look \ j Wilhere Happy. It is one of the relics of our in a l a Loving smile rewarded the Loy and Long. Ritan ancestry that so few such Days a a Given a Long alter the Wreath of Flowers Fidd faded even us a Days which we new to and v hich especially froth memory the Influent of those Kimelly Bur poor need. A Man will drive the plough a Felting Foster Al in the Young heart moulded with a steadier stronger hand if it shall turn a and adorned the deploy of the Man. Up to him o.�?~caimi�i1y a Bright Flower from and now came the roasting of the the Brown Earth. 1 the grandmother averred it should have been the children of and so did grandmother for on. A Fnu boor ago a a ult to so the Mother Saem she had almost reached her second childhood red to have thought from the quickness with Tuu a a a and now my children a Taid the Mother As they All flocked around her a you Lave each one to thing to do to help get ready. Your father is poor you know and you ate Hearty Little things to feed and it posts much to clothe you but we will have the Best if Yon Are All willing to a by. Hat shall 1 do and 11 and ii a cried a half Doxen voices together a Only Tell us that is a Well one at a time a said the Mother laughing a and first my Good Martha your counted the weeks first then the svs. And finally the hours before the 27th of november Aud time was no laggard he turned his a Heel and tent around Day Aud night now wit h warm Sunshine and mild genial breezes almost like the month of May now kith cold and rain and fro to. Aud even so adv a was he often takes to warm the Lazy Husbandman to Gither in his Harvest but round and found the w Heel turned nor paused it even when it ushered in a Clear cold sparkling thanksgiving morning. Livery using was la Readi Aesa. The Bedstead had Lawa taken Down m grand Moths room a Ltd a Bright Wood fire a hexed away on the old fun it it it rows. They were the very same that the old lady had purchased when she was a Brida and no living dog you d have been More Faiumu in trending to her co Ufort than were the to o Savage looking Iron animals which had form Many Long years presided Over her fireside. The cat pit which had been made of Raga hoarded carefully for that purpose was swept to clean that it really looked handsome and Martha duster had removed again and again the figh few a a Peck Tjit had ventured to alight upon the Well rubbed firn Itnyre. Every invitation bad been Given heartily an Ltd at Bear Triy accepted. Even the letter to Uncle Sam h Boston had not beep neglected though its composition and Eirc Graphy. Had Cost voor Martha More trouble and Fox itty than All the other preparation is mid no notice had been taken of it by thai grated relation to whom it had gone. The Little arranged Tiu like the wedding and the christening had been kept a secret Betws fun the elder members of theft Sbily grandmother had not heard a breath of it us High she exp Essed a Little Surprise when bes a res Best White christening Blanket wore placed before the fire to air. Bince the breakfast of the morning Edward bad not been. Seen. It is Moher Unis so a him and hit father needed him at Hundred times Bathe was nowhere Tobe found and just a they were becoming quite impatient at i delay there was a soft tap at the Back door. Which Martha s listening ear immediately caught. It made a Good Deal of Cornn. A Ion for it w a much ealier than Auy of the visitors were expected and the Holiday dresses were not yet put on but quickly smoothing her already smooth hair Martha opened the door. There stood Edthard. His Cap was throw n he in exposing to foil View the happiest baud tomcat face his Mother thought she had Ever seen and handsome truly he was for his Fine features were lighted with that great at of All beautifies a a Happy of having succeeded a an attempt to make Othery Happy. Upon his Arm he carried a Large Basket it was a wry Large one. And he 6tood Bent Over As if be lifted it with difficulty. �?~1 no one spoke so marching into the midst of the Kitchen he put his Basket Down upon the table Sod said a Good morning grandmother a Happy thanksgiving to Yon and Good morning or. And mrs. Norton i have come to spend the Day with you Aud for fear you might not have dinner enough for such a hungry boy As i Atouk in. Hwy guru Uia. Yth or a Quot a Quot Quot Quot a a a a Vul augury Noy As i am Mother has know what Yon have been doing j 1 have brought a twelve Pound Turkey with All summer and grandmother thanksgiving a me a so saying he untied the paper from party could hardly have taken place but for j that part of the Basket through which he had your constant and untiring willingness to do j kept the drum stick�,1 with great difficulty without. J from of truding into sight and Drew Forth As a Rich Blush passed Over Martha s face and Fet and Fine Turkey As Ever lived and grew to a glean of Sun Light into her soul. Slie loved j Grace a thanksgiving table the words of her gentle mothers approbation j Quot Well done Kejdy a a id his father. A so that and she loved too the smile of pleasure which a or Quot a a a a a a a 1 a lit no the a Biog Eye of the dear old grandmother. Tolfe children All i evoked wonderingly at her and Edward a Fine boy of thirteen with a toss of his curls from his Brown forehead said a the might have been doing something too if he had been told but he did not know How a Man could be expected to do when he did not know anything was to be Quot Yon have been doing my boy ail said his Mother with a Quick consciousness of the discontent which his words implied. A i Tell Yon How when we Are alone Aud now put on your Cap and take two of the Best squashes Jon can find and run with them to Squire one. 1 dare say he will like to buy them and that will help towards the sugar. A ooh no Mother Billy is big enough to take those and i have a Pian of my own Only done to Lut any one ask me what it a in Quot vary Well and Billy hat gone already for tha in one hour All of the family were a no a in doing such things As they were Able to held for Ward the event. Even Little John who had not see i third summer sat non the floor and picked out All the speckled Apple from the w hich she made her of Mejia rations. All however decided it would be Worth waiting for and h�?~1f merrily was it Sherd in. The Long looked Tor much desired thanksgiving dinner. When the Bell rang for Church All the family were read a no one was to. Remain Al Home but the old grandmother a Bud Mother Aud a happier set of Little faces or hearts Gnage we True gratitude Tor favor received did not enter the sacred House that Day. To be sure tha Sermon seemed Long and the thanksgiving Anthem with it usual numbed of hallelujah could not keep the attention of Tbs children. John put his Cap of and Balty buttoned and unbuttoned his coat until Martha touched him to he quiet but the longest Day most have its cud Aud a laughing shouting noisy party they made when a turn in the Road hid the Mui fcb the minister and the deacons from sight. With Long Steps and Onick Hep and run Aing Home was soon reached a and the impatience grew the greater As every obstacle overcome nothing remains but putting nicely in their places their Best Bonnet Aud Cap and waiting the arrival of the Van Mother dressed in her deep frilled Cap White As Snow bound around her head with a Broad Black band the Emblem of her Long widowhood. Short gown awl Petticoat and her Liever Idle knitting Needles was the very personification of Happy virtuous old be. And the baby upon the Rocker if. Whose Cradle her foot never forgot a task. Or Iw-1-from icing use into a habit was to a strangers Ese an almost grotesque image of herself the same mild Blue Eye the same round forehead the very nose Ine living to pug even like her and to comp late the resemblance the child was to Bear ber name though changed front the old fashioned Betty to a More modern bessie., rip prayer from pious lips invoked heavens blessings opt the new in married pair. Susan now no longer a homeless orphan with a Dosh of happiness upon her cheek., and a tear of Joy in her Eye claimed id % whisper a that Henry should share her Pace to her grandmother s heart and to in truth Whai be would so love to be a read 4 but before the Bustle of congratulation con Menardi the pastor asked a few minutes More attention anti the two infants were presented for bayous my a ceremony very Seldom performed out of Church but now granted in Monse Nence of mrs. Norton a or go it solicitation that the grandmother might he present on an Ocea Siou particularly interesting to her. As of the children bore her own and the other hts Grandfather v name. A it Ean hardly be said which ceremony Tonoli i de to Wal nearly the old lady a heart the Bride entering upon the new and untre a portion of her orphan life or the Little ones just tan Ching their barks non that sea the Haven of which she had a nearly re Aeed. Certain it ii. She wept and wept freely during the Good Many a Hose True j consecrating prayer a a indeed there was Harda received a a dry Eye in the Rorn when he with thei Zmek sympathy which in the truest Earnest of a ministers Success entering into the interest of his flock thanked god that he had Pat it into that la of men to set apart soak a Day. By a it has Goat Nei and his ble a in a might be remembered and sinners As they were All might bring before his alter the incense of thanksgiving and p Sise. But the Day was not made Lor tears and the Praver ended smiles chased them Olav As quickly Quot is the Sun the Light Eloids <7 nothing ironed prevail non the Clergyman to remain with them longer then his presence was actually required and she slowly took his Way Home he thought As a philosophizing mind ? is Apt to think not so much upon the scene he had left As non the use to which such a Dav might be turned. Daring his stay there hid Eye had been noon the stray Lamb of the flock a the ardent wild j a a it a a and when he saw the Eye he do steadly Down to conceal the emotion which he Felt was betraying itself in his face and the uni vering lip which refused to obey the j Shuru command of a Strong will he knew that All was not lost vet and determined with a Vig Orozs band Andar uplifted heart to try. Once to a save the erring.�?T5 and now came the dinner. How prettily Martha looked in Hev Wreath of Flowers As with a Quick step and Rea it y hand she arranged with her Mother each dish in its appointed place a there was the Large Turkey Edwards Turkey a before her farther the Chicken pie of ample dimensions before her Mother and ranged close m a.vbi99imk pop hot in s a Soto there began to be a in Meek of Small by grandmother s Piaf a not ene Little thing knocks upon the door. The children came first forgotten was the cup of Tea and the soft Toast and it was strange to see with what a feeling j and the Little delicacies which she was Erenz amounting almost to Awe they looked a round Tomed to Haye placed before her to tempt her familiar As every object was to them. Thanks somewhat c apr icons appetite giving like an actual living personage had the Goose was laughingly Given to Edward thrown the Mantle of Holiday attire Over the and the roast pig. With a Pickle in its month Well known firn Itnyre. Even the Cradle adj was half the wonder and half the terror of the it Tittle White robs occupant with whom Bev children who looked on with eager eyes. A had so often romped in the full Freedom of right Royal Farmers dinner it was not a thing childish glee seemed placed at a distance from missing even to the cider Apple Sanee and All them and they sat upon their foot stools around owing to the Energy of a Good heart set a pop grandmother and looked up in her Well loved ministering what Little Lay in its Power of the a face with a new feeling of reverence stealing Comfort and happiness of others. The meats. Into their Little hearts. And now and More characteristic knocks and soon Joe Saud Henry a and Martha a and Betsy a and Jane s families All were there All nok present but Jane a City ladies and gentlemen and Susan the bridegroom Martha and James the boy who was almost an outcast. Grandmother with ber Large warm heart was the Fife of the scene. Not a child nor a grandchild in she had ready for it a Kin word a pleasant Loving word words which they re and Many kinds of vegetables having bad ample Justice done to them there came a big v setting them a Ide and then followed the unravel Ling of a mystery into which Many a Little Eye had tried to penetrate during the More substantial course of dinner the lifting no of the White cover from an adjoining Able and bringing to View such a wealth of Good things As they had never seen before. There were pies tarts rakes apples nuts and a singular looking dish with something very Large non it but still careful la Quot to. Vr�.,j 1��j a a a is the reason Why Yon thought on Goose would do a Well m a Turkey we it. I for one never suspected a nor a Taid hts Mother withe proud smile a though i Heve wondered about it a Greet Deal Aud now we have every thing that heart can wish and of Hank to our Good children for a great part of a no said Edward looking a Little bashful and lifting e paper carefully from the Bottom of his baskets a Martha 1� to be Yon a lode from his Mother checked him. A Well Martha i to be an important person age and the Money that the had saved for the new dress has gone and so i thought just to fix her up a Little end make her look sort of Well sort of Whitefish i would bring Home a Wreath of White Flower to pot around her now Martha shut your Eye. There a said he laying the Wreath As gently As if it had been of living Flowers upon her head a a done to she look like a like mean like a Good sister As she a she looks like a Bride a said the grandmother taking off ber spectacles end wiping we ainu the going to have e wedding Here Are we and the old lady smiled a know. A a Mia Jasi la a m a a Mem ered when the next thanksgiving came covered. This Edward placed with an air of around. And Here Brothers and listers Parent 1 a comic Gravity before the Bride into whose face and children Between whom rolled the Waves the deepest color mounted As All eyes were Tara of time Ever leaving them farther and farther de noon her apart met once More mingled their Joys and a a take off the cover sos a and never mind their sorrows with that unwonted freeness All the Young folks will have their time for which such an occasion alone Cut give drank blushing too a said mrs Norton kindly. But once More of that fount of love which had open Susan did not find courage to do As Ehe was de non them with their being and hard toil worn men and care oppressed women As they Many of them were not a heart among them Allbut into it stole Light and a warmth from the fire on the family. A Mother Yon Beer your age Well in said her first born. A a Seel he continued As he Laid his own Grey Bead As be used to when a boy non ber knee a did Yon Ever expect to see your a Little Crow headed Josy As you used to fall me with Sueh White locks As thesdy a god has been very merciful to me my son a id the old lady with a tremolo is voice. A the has spared me Many years after he has taken away my 1 a a fullness. But a and Here she pieced her feeble hand upon his head a the has spared me to see Joti All together once More Hud to give to Yon in his name my a and to hear a All arise and Call Yon blessed a said Hannah with emotion. A amen in added the minister who hed just entered. A a god a blessings attends those where live have been spent in his the unexpected new Comer produced quite a sensation around the room. Grandmother wiped the tear with which her eyes were overflowing and said almost aloud knew it i knew something waa going to happen but where is Marthal and Sotany end there is James poor boy i i in ought they said he was not to be told and her husband As any he band ought coming to her Relief raised it quickly and found a Beautiful loaf of wedding cake 1 Hearty laughs followed the discovery and Susan with regained Confidence began to distribute it among the hippy party. What a different Day this from her anticipated ride from her place of service without a Friend to the minister and then away with no memory of Happy faces and kind ayes to blend with that hour when in the future she should search for it amid the treasures of the past. Butt e wonders of the Day were not to end Here a loud Knock at the front door Sta red All. It was obvious even or. And mrs. Norton knew nothing of its origin. Nor was their Surprise at nil diminished when or. Norton name Hack from the door bringing a Large a Box a he could conveniently carry. A what is its what w ill demanded Many eager voices at once. A that it More than i could Tell a answered or. Norton eyeing it in every direction. Its paid tent by express and from Boston. But we w ill soon tee. Bring the Hammer and. Yes the Het bet Teo. off flew tha cover in ranch Leas time thee was taken to Pat it on. Mid there appeared nothing but paper and strew a concluded on fourth Page
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