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Chateaugay record. (Chateaugay, N.Y.) 1878-189?, July 08, 1881, Image 6

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E sntteman standing beside bar, solicit- \ who traaed bar. and tk* sister, » yaar o r g the pleasure of« danc*. . iwo yoanger, who IM longing to cote* »P«x»r little giri \ how\ ahy afaa i»,\ \ oat, an d who w**waek a regala* beauty- thottghtJU.nl Pelhamto himself, as she j \b o fair, yo n kn^w^'awM IJ*rie, witk_ LaaifflgJii* *Mpt. ^aliniav. Ww^ ». ^ : gave a fiunt response and rone from h*r. a tonehing rejection anon kwr own datl j b* tk* Baiterr aeal . ^WelL -OB*' mast do a mad- r an d #**ekI—I »ki« ••»»J antW »ul> L»«. 1 &_i -, .!..._ . ».._r^ —^ v __«. . •Well, on * ' must d o * good- [ UM! freckled skis, \and\ witik each low- Taw Hlgtway f#w. . The fise «f he* tat*, was d»»kj* ie»iwn, lis\* Uxl ? WS* Sean *ltd.t»-r Wv i WSJ\ *»«, OM J^rar-tansed »p~*nd'-*b*- -«***• cun&*t •JoWB, __ S*~k««<.(«».«^^^^t: ^n^awdithi^twiciialwhSL- \ i^ki|ihb»««rT«' > Wife a Bemsa w« and *<*.<« \»»»P **•*. > The good-Batored thing did not jawe f \B y Jor«r thought Lord Mbam, And rib* like «b« !x**rs ^ s. !»«*>-at*d* ?**!- j ^y unpleasant 1 \I wisk ^afce'd look it m*. Td tike to Lord P«dhaea's well-bred cenrtosy i aaa what ker ova eye* are lika, Many» mark 4«* her t** 1 - r ****** '• h placed Lizzie at her ~ \ * \ * \* * Sb«- bad been a wrjr* fcr aM ifeis** keewa -; jj-kar -©• On many * •ww *» <4n*ky Lair Wou'd gep« ra> «s«sf« wfcer*. ii ^ growni Many ft fMtiwi!-'^ paniss «b<.t Had Wft 'BJW« hjf'r * iMaani; rput- ^HnilMW brfatp' h*m, ««• btrrjto^ ui neat nagfM| towwrd ko* . | 1 ~ ne ^t^^^o'f»\f**»«h*«M«l lt«. qwidk _.. _, . tiakt, with, fmli^ tzifbienrsi t*™, 4-lninc u> hi* am. \Ok Lofd P<4kM» ?\ klM rriad, M M bruMtlthMuil;, •'!*«»'»*» *ngfcK*#J ! Ttttmsir r»^|, „,, bomd ! 1 na »* Ja«*d M I eoaW. 11_*-_» fc ^*- *—» ^ F ^* , jr--™--^-^**^ ^ A W-iwrll JUatatr • praoa^oet UtOw Miw *»! \ •kr;fo . uUthi b^Tto b, pretbjr?. Hbo fa » ««r* immmmt with * ««r7 Urf « famul 4*«^» | «< brwifi, «e4 p«MMM«a* s kUiif;- «»-. —Tjaastiiftg;- • -wSlfc, |SL dbowtd'» d*«r«« «f*£2&. ..._ _.—. — found benelf j e-nta k«r graUindfr - *B<1 nbj LOWVH «mr I Zli. IT^^IJ^ T* ciutfttag l o bin aU aboji* bar bom*, j orerpovarai with (mrtitad* lor at! bit A* .b. apoka a ba&d ol tnapatoread «w Li^l *J??Zl. *?. f kOot-daT* aw l I attaatioa—«oaM «^ « b«r conrut* fo! tk« «•»# M«M ^^^ftit-i- \£«*. -^J **««»***J * w^» **•*»• «W fcai Wmf and aut a *fll-noi«J »waj' Xuj a tridtbM etf 8\\*? •»*. aad awaj a eod*e} •wtAt* tow. Bad hroof bt ta« ataia to k*» l«»\a« «*?«• Or bad boaaded off fK»BS-Jwt toay l*ck. With a aowe lik* ii* «mus4 of a nii« cxatk. Man? * day had «af pnmd in ta« jwwu»d For fef'pias; h*raeif V* bat Cfighbor'a «>rn —Many > emwmily ear uxl bnamt Hai! twea traaa&wl <a> k«r crumpWl h«rn ; ]taa? a t*»);>o; tsd <>^ bo i>»j'. Bad tfce f»n»*T boym iiv«l w h*-T ttjas- »«rt tail OM I*sa«5n Gray wu* a pii»ii» uaa, TTIvnpfc fnjntctaiwit arwpxi v> be j>rv<*n*, ¥!WB JEJUJT a weary mik UP me Tt> drif*-hj?r cAit of ai« ST.>»I«S£ eni-~- S9aaq> w^fv sh» j«aai* «h# u»«i u> fl»y To art bet fiU »j^i lo Sf* »*».'• S*« kn*w wbs'a th-f 4«w^. m w*nt t<. v-wt, . Sbi* wuwij- «*k\fc*«l Ilia wbifa fe^ «--3*. if . H* B<-T«T paaanl hex wiihoai » few f- \s>\ *rt ff»xJ glafe'ic ft^iu es«c&*iig|7 r»» H+ imaiii caarJi lu» »h:p ut » *urly way AJ3»J 1n»# ikiit; » hi» \uen*-ai:w» #hiy.\ Then M his toS3*«*^-«.! «ie 1-itr-J to ••all. LsiV-ag h.» t*r« wsU» i-rapj.ir^S fc- <vz , XiaiMy scaiiajt hi» gari)> a wall, Hrir-tBg bfrrwfSf t»> lti» »au»hcs TOTS Ea.ts.tij; h.i» nttjjw, '.-s.-.- IT on*, Hnrrtiop iionj-' w't.-'ts IJ-T w-rk «a» 4\i Has ksissan ra*.».i*«t» w»r» .^ici *»• r.«- .Us-'i *tr. Site f.iwt Kit's » «ayai(« .'rr Wjti ?~r-r Mus05 tr -ta S.1JS1 r.i» ry<-«i A»U^bUi;T«g» Sa»h .a 1 HJBJIBJT »1T, B»->!4»»r ani itiW;T hi« f*,v w<»-.;»! ^ » A.B 5 after ib,^ rrratair- iw w>-i5ii g.-< <>TPT tfc« jrarsjffa, r:«ioJ f *a-l n/.;^.i, Erf*k.s;-iS hi» p»-ar an.t afi-Ii\ t.\ ••• TriC3\^iii^ h:i* c^\if^« ::.*,- !h-.\j;-r -i.r- * I^ari!;^; tutu irisyr^ ».-. ' V.*i!!_t »r..:»; '''Vi^hij.j^ tiii 1 v'M ^-'* ^ T;t ••*. ^{1.^ »Tnr^ Tfc« llttoaK** £Tf-w ijr i?:? — - '•: i; »aii: TTJK; y«ant *«o l bv w.;^ ;,[,!•-.r *-itk iB.! pisT ; Time t*»y» «rf tite> rtiia^e pr-rw **«r>.-3c ja!4 rail. Ac-il ifc* sp-aT-fc*inr«f tare:, r» ; *».«• -.i ';-*r . OE«> by «of, a» tb» r-.-d Jrar ^ foil. Bat lis» !«!'*»' >--•» raiJ.T*i Hi.- rj ail : cBaMiBs w n \» *u aoow t» r Doa>«,' orerpoware d with gratttada. tor all fc» | A* as* apoka a ba^d at traa ital ; bar atxrealj diaoardad adbool-daya aad aU«o»»oo~«,ai d gt^ b*r exmngt to tb a amaa« «ora«r, «mO*is.Uy i a .. . . MMMM ,„ „.„, . _^^ tbiaverrbaL Uoo k up a* him. joy»a« t «f b*r U^rot. I \***£* ITfL^** ^ **» •l.nppo^.-aaidLordPelbam.'-TOTI; B»twwuaad 6**r b*r, cbattss^ ]tiii | \Tbay b«4nH. \ ««|iai»« 4 Uetf*, SEtoaaifc^t^ST.T 1 al\^:\ , w* w wiry mocb «xcit«d aboal yomt flrrt • tb# curag<* ««f« anooao^sd, and eT«o \aad I «aa art fnirlitf &*d I a**«r w*» I. A™T, , 1~T?L *^I_5 * • t, »\' bait? I r*m*mb « wh« jar aiatera Hagnwd to plaw hex <ipecoa»A&vr J *i-okr a to »«•&« aty^-t b*#o». I u*iwr | ^TZ^A *>£!?* J^l***. *• i emiae ou t what a foaa than* waa! I t ia a ahoaldwa, aad bid quit* a cordial 0oc4 go alutw- -«d* I>aow Browa i» mck ia I ?Zy« » t I * a. ° M ** good raaaj ymn ago (by JTOTO, tlwy Bight t o ba t parent*; but, after all, fct* tb* nllaa*^, and waakd t » a** a**, - . [^^LTuiZ*^ C *^ ** *~ wonida t tbaak awt for aayia« thai ! earioaity waa »ot aaliafUd. I-*3fd I**lbao wa* *«rr uwiiffBaot. H # ' ^wT-l . \ .a.- thoogb), aa d er*rr oaa thtmgkt tbtfA \ \Aad a e Lico e dkl dao«« T aai«l htt a | flrtt lboa«bt b* wt^ld «t(XMtaiate ; ^T T?i??l*l** ^* a * J*f •\*•* 2 take the town by atorm. too mat•) elder brotbw a*« <l*r. an lie l*U wa* with tb# ««MB« traw m ; bat fealia* „ 4 7*1* to , ,iM! f\ «»dil y L ' ga«a. Mm Morton,- b e aaid,' wamia« ea««ry #KW»™1- \ : a*»» a«4«waW r tt «««U b* « b** ae- •\ ^f^tTllS \\aV to bia anbjeet~~\yoo caa't gow a how -Daacrr amid her Jatber, so higb coant, b e coau»ot*dbimaaH*tsk piariaf Srrf _ Tl^Ty^L? 1 pretty tier looked. I oaa.eee then j food kjum--I aboald tbiak ao!; ber Uitl* trrmW-N? hand « e bkanaj ; %£L T^ZJ^T^h, V^\* now, dear gir b i Ho w proad I waa of I Dajw>ed with hot Pdiaaa, above ail r * aa*l aaattcg fierce l«ok» ai liwua a a a « Z?,? ••*»• ^«««l b y dj tbem both 1 I really doo't Jka** which J \Yaa f aaid Mra, M<.*ton, rafleetiv*. I pa***d. •• • ' i \^^ *•» J*«» »• * *** *Uow«< » waa_the pBrttiw.\ he added, ? eft^ve»y. } ly,-^Twaa-Wry-ir^d-satared of hua. | \New ttiad, tg^¥a^, wbea.-• ^'SyZI C 7 £^ wTia? 11 -^\\ Lime ngbed. , I beard M m say *ua«*hit* about <x,m j aaritt|t tanse«i tlw epn^r.-tbrT wrrr ^'^^Jr^r*-.?? !f *»* , « ^ •»' 1 ' ' \ \ ' i'*,„^ tol w '^ »t\SXSfiE \Why !\ eontiaised Lord Pelbaai, a* if I paaaioa ; he wi* s^rry to «ee ber aa ; oaee started in bis r«o|leetiotia he j ioaeiy,\ ^ .._, f fonnd it difSetsIt- to (stop, \ i rem-eaa- j Lieaie feemlf wa'i i^'ebariceed tfcat j And a*> atnod *!ill and to*r4 boib ib f bw «ia6M«t quarreling with sy COEUWB '• tfcw waa the ease tkat *be waa co t ib» ; little nbaitBK Si*«d» tn bm. benaaae Lily w«xild-daac« the firat waltz . leaat aacoye«.!l, ^^ij wb<.-» •£« apc t ap- ] **< >h, so *\ «*id Lisati^, looking cirai^ht with biza ! Bo w abaard it aeeaja T ; itasra ah« it»i.i i e-.w^«t ]««•.»»» iK«. < »», .».f-. ».i- #-»- -~ » • ' •- itasra ab« atahi * ts-oasea't Kramer S^aae ; u p tc£.-» bi s fare, and lb*pu at !*i; twaal before Lrr -,*!»»»-, »,tiJ. nu»in^ h*?r i *aw sb*« eyea, the 4e*}> rkdrt *j**^ »»ia - beary lulsi, !>>sied Lfrviil at^i^ibt i s ! Eaiag sa t«ar», with lb<ir c&dd'-Uk«- b»-k the face. j of tntat aad depradeaoe, \I k&c-.w yt-a , *He*a*«ryjrftodtatared,*»heii;oagbt < wsll takr »•*«? <>! use,*\ **I wiab I w*r«? r.c-t *o *4\ry plain.** \ \t^uxt*\ aaiJ f*s* l- with biia ! Bo w abatud i t neeeaa f 'A»- they nmtuhlf wkt-d Lizae , tiiaidly. ''Mamwl\ Well—no,\ said Lord Pet- bam, rwfieclinsJy, *-aitd, mac t o liiiok of it, it'* odd too, that tbey bavea't mar- _ , ried, foch pretty girU aa they Wkre.\ Ltird Pelhata** i-ario«tT abotst tLnae ! Mtn-Sy - • , Ijad«- v -l v . **I thought,** >uudlirzie, imp-tlMvely. ; ' eye* waa aingnkr. He foand Linvwdf ( *!a»r* takeearr <••' ^, ••tbat pretty' girfa always aaraed—a* • *peeaJatiag aaart* aareaaonably « tb [ Ij^jle »y 4«'a,- i-.'u 1 *nbj#et, aa d wwadrritijii what rvlot > \<>b *** aaid Lu« woald anit bt r fare. S hasula away aad.lessj*. AJtaoat any rvl-r. he na fortred t43> f ii, t sus totr^y pUi?. admit, wooM do. Tb&dull, saik»w *kics. I How<rtrr, b the ill-form* d fit»«e ksd wide eoontb, BO eyea conld wholly rtd«<ee) them, and prwbabiy th e fnagtd eyelid* •<.» a conpettaatioa. Well, well, *!u t ,lid st staM*.r'> He •dil »'-»t n&ret again pretty I«aat--ii! ' : \Yoa —what T a*Led Lor l Felban:, rather amnsed at b<f iiK-a^-d t«.ae; *b«*o a» «1J^ siirank \rnvk into fc»-T #Lj s««* k*< contianetJ, Utighis^ . \Well ! 1 thoaifht too,. cce,that pr.'tty pTb» ..alwats taarri«l- bat tfaey doa't, yoa see ! \Why half th»> old maids w«r« pretty girl* one*!\ \I w»h I wa* a prpity girl !** laid nuppoaeij tbei Liasie, i s a sadden bar i t ft eoafidettre, ' Why aboald ti bat «o naively that ua t«;>«* t-ould hare •aapeeted any deaire for nnmcanictr eons p h men t. H« sinjpbvity iaiW Lor.1 Pelbsas raatjy. He (rlacc«<>i at i.u-r little wi-j ' ronaeioa* fac* aj»l^iA«i»ir\* > evswi*«*t!w) tatloc a»ked, in a Banner itxt pat her ' quite at esaw ; \Woald yoa mind telitrsr 1s* 1 »{iy' s Are pretty gtris atscfa «>nviablt* tbicifa ^* \I think they are,** j^asd Li«w \1'ci •• *o tsrwi of iieing told how plain i affi, every one *e* j m« to ttijuk I «^ao h»dprt; and I can't, ytm, kuo*-\ \Xo !*\ aaid Lord IVlbjtc*. \1 enp- poae Bot, } an weren't twasoited aboat-U, ' wert> yon? Well, never Etnsd, Miaa Morten, I'll tell yvts (M-iajelhiag to com- fort yoa. I've pot a plain atater, and I He dsd so t iBt«td. netlth'xarb'j'od, a&d. b*> hat! r,u eii-a,*p 1 d«d &«-ae tt, a*d tb« s ^ f.-rrjpntien that r^l y > i r«n*iileri\ti \*o {.tsaju. ; \^ilse b*i »5j»;li 1 • ; ktif*,* Mr*. (Iraod* 1 ' hft fae*- i» f f fto fest* II 6^ir*ti| LJ fv- ^rW. S-' >-*!.\' ;r.. r 'l^ i U. I- \ *3.t •-' • VPI T renaaiaiag in si had be interiit- i for ratling. lint tbey di-4 E:.e**t. S.^tseb-iw, i>a Sanday BSOTOIK?. a *a4d#n and taoat anwoRted iaip-si** art^d Lt>r«l IN lba » to attend wm« is -hr> ti;ia^ ebsreh. He went i s lat«\ a littlr i-Kjisarrawrd.-if the trath Rja».i \ue to*d, at ha own action. , ^ Heaateer y yii'-tly in the eorr>r .vf the pew w wlyeh the fi a ivTprlt om- daetnd kita, a&<J « r.ly^vH at b(«a<> wls«-a the droning rhoir L*<rajj th e Paainw. Then belooik***! aU~mt, and aoon eaaaht aig-ht ot Mr*. .Mortoa** ha.tit*ona> faee. \By dove ' wka\ a pretty tfiri *\ lie thoagfai, as h» eye wandered pa.*t * Kail Carrier-i Aatrnttsre. <JeyaeT,\ wnt.-uj fr.-.r» !\::•: !!• .»n, ff; 1 i—- I! sui'l a »*t f,-7 ... . - „-. _,.._... -......,, .^ u s • ibongQi, a»b» e*e wandered pa.*t to a love h.-r wUer than both the otkew pat ; roaeba(46« *«itl-S nh* bsaai^^e^leet to^-.hc^, aad h e iwdied so ksodly ai ; !T > of ,-^j 1^^', (aie-.-and fei to her, eren with a htt+e aaan*ed, amiie an , 1\..- ^^. v.:.. .. > . *--. • « her, eren wi hiv^ljpa, tha.: qaiteaway. \I* the zuArntii T* fflie asktwl, in a hop--- fnl tone.- i •'Mirrtrvt^ Tc*. indee»l, taarrtwl the Vi->ry Sr-t WCAC^ .h<* f eaat*» oat. Mid »nt*h a plain little b'xly yoi (U.I n*-vr.r *»•#•?\ \How did »h':.\ ut-Uiftpe :S ?\ a.*led Lw ne in % t>Rf of aajATenieaL. I^ord Pel bam fairly lan^hed -he eonlda't hfdp it. TLw girl, this plain little- girl, aaawj him vaatly, \Ob he *ai«i', at La&t, \I f'Sjipo*. 1 somebody was www ea^nab %>> know that be&nry in i-nly *kin-d«*p. jyufci my sister Janie ha*i-aa asp<>i'« aoul.\ Liirie »i«fc«i as;asn; th^n, fnss a re- newed ots*bnr.*t of eontiiloaee, \die sai?5 \I don't think be*tity is only/iiin- deep. 1 think it's h(\*.n-oVrp. I wotiM SO VERY PLAIN. \If oaly she were not _«o vf-ry plain,\ sighed M.rs. Morton, aA - *Be tiist-aAjwd her daughter's future with her friend. \A plain girl nowaJavs> L^s no chanee at alL* 5 And poor Li Trade Morton had 1 earned to ccmioder her want of beaaty alraost ia .be light of a misdenieaaor. > \A woman has no right to U> ujrly,\ her-faiher would say ; and her mothe'. wonid glanoe at her own- reflection ia the srUs* aad murmur : \Very odd that Lizzie takes after neither her father nor me.\ —> t ~ » ^-••>» ««•> »«•*< -««| S o it ia easy to inuHpoe that Lizaae give ail I have to be pretty.\ • bad looked forward to her first bail with *-' \ ' v \ adagtod feeling*. \I t ia Tery Little matter, after all, what yo a wear, my dear,\ her mother kid aaid. \Witk yonr complexion thing will rait equally weii \ And yet, wii*n Liz*ie waa 4. came down the broad istahvaae , . „ . . , white dreae. with ita trisniaiagH oY car- \I sing a little,\ aaid Lixxie. *»Bat astkma,.and -her erimeon feape over her j please don't tell any ooe. I am so shoulders, she wan by no . means alto- afraid Laxly* Wells will ar-k me.\ gether anlorely. * \I won't betray-yon,\ aaid Lord Pel- Her eyes bad a soft, mild expression, ham. mor** and more amused, and the . little he«i'aacy and abyneaB This nair^ little girl wa» w>meth.ing aaxie her lower the heavily-fnngeti lids new in hw world. There was «om e which many a beaaty might hare ea- . t thing abotst her, too, which remiadetl ried. ' * * ' \ hica «f hi* favorite «*iter.-^ H e felt that These heavy eyelitla had been a tronble \ Janie would havi>' hked her. iittie aa»a*ed amiie on , ^ r *g % i liit y 4 T tnrnd henelf, th^dowrt Li«.ie's rti«rv«? mdte d : f^^t j,a.-. r^treiljroopj'ig thaa e»*-r, tfa.' ' JBII ci'tapletioa ao-i - l(-a.lrn i.*«*i<i<? the bright W-3» eye* a»J pjck szA afcjie of the pr.'tty xiater. Still,\ l-ori Peiham'a fflace* r-ate-il »>a' the plain face of bi* ear5!<*.r ae-j?i»snt- ar.ee. The -»jrrs«-» aceae d wonvlrrf'dly nhort,-and when- tfce er?r;g-!r^3lu'-n J.-ft th** ehane^l h e found hiaa.-elf and'-\ by side with Mr*. Morton. \Ooicg oar WrfT*\ **h-t a«kr.'d. m the porch ; aad #<o, oatarally e*. f >u^o, 3se ao^icnf-anied .theta boet>'wartl, fven walkinit tfiroogh their j*: k tip t o the vi'ry door. \Mr. M?«rtorvV 'is lb** •-•v^-rvafeiry, if TOO eareto j'lTB hire,\ Mr*. Mi-rten TCntnreil to aay, her motherly h«-art' all its-a flBlt^r; tvr hftr-, ah* <l»r\.UJ, ** * . riiaaee for pretty Iio*e. Aod Lord Pelbam dul eare, it ap- j*-«red, and had a chat with the Blaster tt* the ft-lKi»:r eneoaati>r betw**-:> .St : of lh*» mail ourtiiri, \While Hall waa t>r. Is aji'fth Ho? Sr*na,^» t. * 1 waa att»t-k*xl, tj-**ar OW;r t ?<r large rt*ar«r- H-- La-S < r-%. daruy !•».•:w**«-a iL.' r'.ff ;v.-i- *Wt i hi* hi^ar-i % '•'...• --*• «.. h-t», and Itjokw^ •;;. ^-s th* aai-Siai i s th-«* j*-*, . i !.t.r*-.: Opor. hia. iJraw. .- :.. oaly wrap*-* In- kit •-*• -ir. hwkr.*-»-a jrmt as t! •.- 1; is: attl the Hifsriii^i aa.r...** ' aits a»d. wi-tit *•!«\*: 5,-s-r-r V'.^Uljj^^^g ht% X,*:t.lA VI SI4 r}«v-acd. Tic fen* ef^Htd' ' thr- a&iaial** »pnng «M W J«t--*h wi»r*' prr»:jsit**-*-i! '.T«r M:.f„ ;-r-»-*i •^r n U\ j-4!J.j*d. ES iiftc 4 5*.* »-.«-.. K-Jt •t'd* an it - blow aid frrr-al that {•U m jpai4 to tt mstll Ik* w#r» enrpnavd t o n-aar k«r ••?•*' ebor&i adapt«<d to eeftaja •*»\-•\ ; *be bad learned, hb * atada tafil frrv-M, a t .1 ia now able t o tmpnwiw* : e^i&jsaatinenta and play* *.« raatk on* key aa tn anotber. hi>># utaat' playir»-j doeta. and if her *••'*?'\ ciaaea any &»»tai.e#, wfeiek otkB ^ f»n* mViarkeaJiy, be ot ak* (a* - . ;* \ r^TT*-\**'d. Soi»rt:*nrft* afc* trij\.\* 1-et.T*. '-'(t,r, air wiLb h*-r ri-ffct kali*\- twtri ISI*J 4 h-t-f t«-fi, a?*i a^aia aat,.,''- plav » fa*-*'- to ti»e air, and *k*lik :! c« rry OKHI wi'* Bsjvk*-a» aaaay •tup\\*\ &•» aay a.odcra '--eUew • No pai^s *re taken to br-aek aaV'~ ho* braia i» alr**-ly to o ietSf» ftrt*\ frail htile t*-4y, l|«-r ttey baa***;- ,'\ mere atreaglk IIAJS en# wtjaM. - *\ tVss oap*14r. of. It (a *oa-a*tf 0 »*•- the frail ttKj* £fi£«* drawat *\ to, re»«>t4aat **'«m4*. wbiek aript-\ «,M »it*«i.«. \tsasy utvmtrtMxnt ollar *f,\ l.--rN-Jf. T3w |/JJ»&O oft whUr.akt^'J P'-w* * what is twhsM-AJly leraai iiani \u-arb aiakin-r it lb\ awa*-\\. .'tslt. lu**B'5y »b* ha* J-*«ft'if»# •\.'*\; , to a*»- the jwdai*. a»«J l,y ar. japK *; .-i-r.t:r.nar.iTp ntts.de t o rr*.rfe ftjp aa> !*, !utj.:- f,'«t, nhr s. *i*4e happy at \. tb*&- SLe takr* .l-tli^nt i s paaylalf' i-.-r fr.rs. k r-*\.\:>i- refttaiaj «M«•:•:•'* , , H»r »wi\»** *••:. 1 wiitijEj-j dbfeajp.\*^ - t-^-.l<^-af'• her to tui» •**. wko •**»''; S, l .r 1* th*» wr>»iier as d d^Jij-rht af *' fir^ti.Ua-.d tfc,o p.n.l* a&d j>if at* V. 'i^Loid . And aa sh e \*pok*> ttneb a wistful, child-like t*k grew in her face that her companion was touched. \I wouldn't think about it if I were f on,\ he said, after aVpaaw. \Try and .jpnt it oa t of yoar head. The** are .*&&! plenty o i things beside beaaty yon «a a ber L have. Don't Ton »ing, or plav of tk# honae, found »nadry pointa of i n d-'brm and'tnto thf U5,«<. t%-ib th\ VJli T at thi* f**le'' tirrr . s.ft-1 l.-'T. A tejmfte eomba? l-etj-ir. If.-- »»'->; **'• tip t*i Hall'* artapnU. and lfc«\ U*%J Lai So fight *wimrmu?- It Citi*-- a p'n?j;-<- at ; u anlagoniat ar.d aae^^-At-Hl ia tn«*-\-l: ing htm tor the left alfna-. H»U iw^l !.:-* kaife aa raptdiy as pi>«u<>!e, bat fai'icc to too-tt^a the acisja.r?i hold i;>>n hs* arts, dsTt^l to the li<olioa of the lai-->. and ts-nth went-.down*tofflf*.h<-r. The eoa^ar then W-t go, ar.d rosjung to ti..- top of the water maw tlX^n-au-^SJ-k whish ha»! eora* oif Hall\* !.i>u, ti..- 'straggl^. lv«jbti^»ji ioiis'.,\i-.=s ihr «a<*k waa it* prpy, tho ardrjil *wi.\vd :* JO it* month aeii atr-^r-k f»-rr :£*• **:>.-;**. A* aooo aa hr^aaw wluat «* * pr.ns if. Hall irtarted after the coagar, whi-rh h* ranght by the tad jsjat a* it wa* abont to Land, and pa] ho g it back ist o the water planged hi« kaife iato >t» heart Two Sew «V*tes4 Mftea, < hrisv-bswirb i* t«»- \City <i\f i*Uic,\ ar*d plain eemj-jb it * \ ^vvr !»<! -«-*«•» a-j-tar*. a»i* * .ie of osar r%f*r.'irr»*w*waa^iaf*.' fite* rt few* a rrv*r Avwac ;' fi 7> si wh*e,h si a* fmtal.,' bkr * •a--*-*. * h-.>m '.-r a J th e AtT-f, ,! S»na<, f . rd . 4^,rr...r„ fid fv^tr'. :';;-•-r|>\» t>ad kg . IvT [hit .SJ-tal.**peaJ»I.,!; '•-it r-vrrttiitotaa»!! -l«r,!y or -»o»eiikkf^ TLr,rr t* OO* mf*.' 1 :i:tf'-; tuf.--> vt. « »*-?« 1 b*«e erarant, ar.d thif l^R'-ain. er p-sWjc giaaait! %**r *^;s^.WT.h, &.*fS»? tJIMr* ai»d fMaf. \••artxrry tc;-di«« fr^ras the Sta*l»,«( rr-.'.r,y II;.-.;-C-A r*,-w*r*. The dr»J»»|rii ; >T, t'-p of th+ *tr*-^i* ; cetseBi (F*aaa. »*.:--h im*f»t'' IJ-* rlrjKSMi eresry aata; :*.£•, a* tbtefr* r:--4 fell *S5oas\b ew «b-j «-' iheta f'-r thi 1 - wa:#,r. (o'pifc.«C '^ ti> \\strif r a \;&<•• rtty., ami jntiS e «$':;;- a Larr*\ at-d l-TUH'\ n ^* r»Se, ff»^ • pi** rif'W *•(•?( '•af. b-^a* y-irar heatl kat U>* -trwu. And tt *«•&£> thankfai yoa have aM« u- c^ne nonae, MM «nndry pointijot ia- 1 f^^^Z *gXSrU\ bX f threat in <o»o«. and ev*a aUyed for ; ^^ m R^ HoaataiTSarrr. who i toe ianuiT o\inoer. , _^_» -^ -.. • -« \ ' UTTP* ^'ftf t o l»e*f. IfcrsttedEtl rojosy, and tbotnaad tb* W»t b-ndt <<ity ia * - Kit a j*.j--}JUaou ofaaVf •»*• nHMdmoea are. ttpoiijl .hdtwjvbii and top*, and bav# a \gay*** ... . , ,^ ' , . — »«v~_»/ amuiaui Martrr, WOO .<« 1 T , • « .• » » . I *«L«wr to aw th e eongar that Hall 1 # \ ? om te w»«jto«J*»/l'*' »w« 1 killed, *av* that be ha . banted in the 1 tain s o» J learea airs. Jiorton, a» ane •,,_,..-•- •, = ^~^. *«,.».*.. »__ «i. i i ^=- ,—r_ ^ n. i .t^ t »• i, j T uiotuttaisa lor orpt twenty v«tar» ana j Mplakwd that tk« early dinner enabled, I tbu ^ th# ^^ ^f mi| fif ^ T^T* 1 ^^!? ckar*. , ; kind he ee W aaw. Mr Hall, arm wa . , ^ Lrttla Lofd VtUum .«ared for ber : Mj chpww| „ ^ tw ^ n ^ ^^ ^ , eojoay. Tke w ekattor; he aw wl^lly oaenpied w^th ; ^J^ but bw f sjari ^ th(iXlh WW|I , name, KQI IhfT are »Othffigba1-_ ll ^l! T^w .„j t »•\ • «>* •«»<« * and he baa re^r^red | ^ « ^ «• * *\7 T\ il!idS Bam hndM * n£ l aatarieatiy to be again on iw. H e | Jf **,\\\»** ^ t]a * ^T ** *!j-Zi wta , bowew. he doera't want any f ^ 1^^ ^' bm «! * w fi ^ .*•**.\2 moreeangaria hi*--Af»*i*«3«» (.Ifotaiaaa .V r »Aa>w»i«ia. the plain face opposite Ia vain pretty Eoae bridled aad hlnahed ; in vain ah« peeped ap at him with her moat bewitching air. H e waa otiiv const-ions of on e fact aboat her, wbieh was, t3)*t she anabbed her i?MeT aiater. 80 did #v«»Ty one el*e, it appeared to vt^w frogs all part* of the city. ftbm*. **fy*4 » over a ttiJe_*n l*n|ta, «W* witidly h-SB, Tt na* »4re>l eanraad «V the ^'jnrentriiee* of any Amerioma <fe bat BO hote l 'There M tsotoa*«iV doer. There are hnndreda by tt* 1 are many tbtnga.. there to iatenat 6* travel**. 1 sodjd .- - r , . .- to her all h*r life. Her brothers ha<l i H * took her back to her mother, feel- : him . ioT wi ^ n Lij^ ventured tbe re ridiculed her for her sleepry look, and i \»« ™*7 tauek a*t if *fee were a little \ j^^ _ wb ich abe rarelv did-it wa* she had been acea*tomed to hear sharp : «*hsM OBfid<Mi to his <>are. ' geaerallv naer with: \Oh. I dare contrast* drawn between her mother's < . \P«>r Uitle giri,\ b e was thinking to \ j m ^^ m r» ? wide open, large gray eyea and her own ! himself. \Is (.he »o retj_ jdaia ?\ Xls* aeitrhborbood l^egao to talk rerv heavy look. ( H e had really scarcely noticed her. i ^ .ftertb w cveatfat' Sanday IB the S o she followed her father i a mnch \ had uked h#«r simply oa t o l \eompa*- \ Morton*\ life. Lord Pelham rernasri*xl trepidation to the carriage, and her n* » 'or Xt* lonehoee.*.\* with no 1 uteres* I ^ ^ fRend'a-- Sir Harrr WeilsV-aod heart beat high a*, after their abort \ & her jieraonally whatever - Hh* had i ,^3,, m n tt m to th^ Lodge, evinced driee, tbey reached Brandon Hall, with \ amtjsert.lutu, though. H^ toiled again j m( .& ^ interest in all Mr. Morton's im- ita blaze of 'Jght and waiting aervanta • *« he recallwl her naivete. ! pr «vpnM*at«—aetaajly icvit<»d she bov* and general appearanee of festivity. ., 1 ATU \ T aa «otorva( his. thoaghta re- ; to y, mJWt0 r for the \Septemlier aho«*t- Mr. and Mr*. Brandon were cordiailv ; «nred to her. j ing—ikat be seemed almost like one of greeted by their friend. Sir Harry Wetbt; ; \By Jotv r h e thought, 'Til take j the family. and, being among the earliest arrivals, ber for %in.*kjefre*\iiapnt'* j One day in the early winter, when and npon a footing of the closest inti- s Ar.d very macb to her amaz» meut, t the hedges - were sparkling with hoar ntacy, Lizzie '-was claimed by the joongesr ; aad h^r luother's snrrrrise, ab<p waa es-. i frost, and tbe roads were beginning ? j Cariositk's af Eartk, ! 1 At the city of Medina, ia Italy, •* jalM3.tiV.lpnr miles around' it,\ arlfawS*** ! the earth 'is day^wkaa tka wadaa* i arrive at a -distance of ati^atati** ! they coma to a bed ofekalk,a*liBkiaJ [bore with an aagttr, nv * test.**•>: .... ,_ ^ mmmmir WI OinRI VU to see the decorations in the snppei A Liar Hiat<aeif. Travel*™ are privileged to draw tfce tig U>w wh^n tbey reinj»'Tr*ya tkeir- wandenags, bat sometime* tbey find thr**<? who are not qoita reawly to swal- low everrtking whole, tt happened la a New H*nsp»,bire town that a vonng t 'J?™ T 81 * B * !f n S 1w ; nT Z **!?. ! native; after several -rears of knoVkisff ! ?«7 tifc« *ttMr»» lft»t«« p* ^ abont, .pstaraed to bis bona There was | tfc e ••««' » **«»o' f *4 «d ttpoB !•»; s gathering rotind the stov*. i a the viS- < tr »**w> B «• • *»*«f **»«** fjfH^3 : kge store that winter cvcns»g. aad be I the . 'P*^,? 1 *, * lth .?**** .\\TfSS- wa* liate««d to ' with opca-taonihed -I^Wy fills tb e newlyjcade iriUP wonder as be related bis eipenenee*. ! <*<*«'««»«• W» and \m alfected «WM' Bat there was o.e inrtfie ratapaar *bo ! »*£ • »«» dro«fkt, » Ba* *•***•: •at apart, sm^k^l his pipe ia alienee j J\ 0 ** \»««*«*•• w A3SS5AT^ and gave no sign either of tiaterest or \ >*f m t °* oartk as w$ mtaama. *,.^_ astonidtment. At last one of the party, { tl *'1* t * -° ' *« irt ««' *•*» *™ K***^'- rnffled by hi* evident apathy, tametl to | Jlroom and CV -fi » \ \ liUU/gf^g—HT-r—J«H Bar Harrr s second son. came np and be wi s eritirallv 'taiased'herfcr tbe first w&ltr— he eonkJ f re* h in* a X - r.vm. Ail h*-r ahynesis was gone, as far as 8b e had\ time to recover s«m« self- Lo^ P^ihaea was eont-emed. Sh e chat- before the gnests fHled the <ted kfay fre. Jy, not for a moment in» g md danerrig began \liiiag/ui L«; sintpbi linle heart that \\** J \ , insidtricg whether *he r«aiiy wa* so v* r» plain. \1 ')Sipjx.i*e *he 1*.\ was his mental re- flesii*'\.\'!!--' f aappow she -ia— and yet 1 doa't know. I -wi*h she'd look at me. She m*v Lav** *-ye* noder tbo«o lid*.\ li;\ L;rzi» WMK-1 y»Ht annViea'tiy at h'-«-.e wnij him to look at him. Sh e bis questions freely, and — Ili a \\ 7 w£r..Z~rt^ M \-'\\\ Jy*?*'** » «>*» !; -'' ruosuer s snrrrrise, ab<r> wa s ea-. i frost, and tb e roads were ' beginnin g t o '• ram ^ { h ? hi* eviden t apathv, tarned to j m, ®» M *» aneiaat c%, paeed «B«*I memoers 01 tbe lamily and .earned oS, • corted </, j 4 i* lordship** arm to the re- I h*jrie«. Lord Pelliaro took his farEiiiar ' hibi * Lml ** i<3: \ that's the \matter with I hm *«* «««**». ao d different fte*** '\way to the Lodge. , y° a ? Ton don't seem to warm tip a.' mjtm ^ r *ork. Tindar this is to*** was gone, as far as j He was thinking. a« he wa'.k^ »i,^.^ ' to<.\ \No. \ he answaraA tii>«is.» fjaal^oartr «rtli . »»tl» nn^vmunlabtM' - 4araHy do/Jes*-^ b; ^hewws Irfi ti -.it q er\s«ide. SLr had l*- n s . f ; \>e„ when *nd-I<s:.l - ' TOTfiS—WJtrt-ti • • t. sr - iJ * -:i ' v r'\ i»*^ • n,- »-.t i,f-.- r si . tbat ordeal ovt-r, etlyb y hermotb- v-Z rtill for a long h*r i-ar caas-bt a. :.,? aJ>nt \takio^ .*• iras startled ^ a \•irir'e a f»>w ra^.v' ' a ail fin-line a Lo,i™ ,,••-- a..« ««.ua see m t o warm ap»;T!^ ,,wt . *^B««r »» M _^ST He was thinkin g a , h e wa'.ke<l along. '>'•\. \NX\,he answer^ ^^^^IrS^sla'^i al>2 tWa^S of many tLiags about his intimacy there, ?->™S the Pipe from hi . month, - I'm a j fg^£gS*^g !£ k £P£g£Z* and hss tkosshta invotontaniv Utrn^i lu *m*eH-' --•&**»* i^fap^w-j. f the^teata-afaa^aefea^-^^aaw^, ana ais inoiifrjga_jsvuinaTaritT •-wrrwt ~* ^^-^^a^- and the learnt aadbranCBca ia »F*»S 1 , , , , ... ' 'frtatfiof wflaierraaoa. At twea'ty-op*,\' ;*.VJ*— r f**f J< «.<*'* «? tT »weptotl an f^ibwp » *oft ckalk t» ftmnd, aw»« . •to Ijiiie . He went tsacic in his mind to their first meeting. \I declare,\ he said to himself, 'Vhe n**vcr gives SOP a chano»> to »ee what th««e ey«* are like. And kon, they do snnb h\r ai. home, 8J> 'lie^snre ! Wtll, pr*or little thing ! she's worth a hr.cdred times mfjre than that pretty doll lioae. will ever beT' He was walking briskly along, I oto fco give graphic deaerip- [ his attention wa* arrested l>v • tit-f .irt»' life ; of th e brother* t figure which, tarnmg a corner when little offer \f mil.\ •'P».t^»i.', ».' _ \; \-^jiCT^J • aoi * cnai K l» roWBO, »»»- &n^atrll3w^S^ ^t T ' *° d i »i*k a tart qaaftMlT of shells, and*: dFrtnT^olT^l^. 'I *- del *^» S r ^ \^ f *^ *««* - radar tiito-ar o! f nesd, appointed to wait apoo her. for ' table* are foaad aeain marrying oat or lb * meeting. *bf.rrpl s ^t : as \ fcg 7 fl * \L*-K here}- Pr e been waiting jvM j Cleetrie- lighting i s ;ia sac?**** ^ 7 7'»T r t^nieeawg w. marry me I operation on more than «sty irtosS*?; aod ir the meeting don t want me tc 1 on the Miws.ippi.rire r and i w trib» parry oat of ,t, w.'.y don t the meeting tarias, 'It i s libwl 10 add ir.«ek » J»nn B sl;mg if. rotrag toen r Th e df-k- ! tbe safety of that kind of\ traffic «• gation ucparted i E «icr,ce. '> traTeling' - •'.'\ TfllB0a« ftOCTOK, - — * of iU-keattb, awl aft i a ra : Fe* persona okaa* their lo •j fine before swallowing^ *«, ao tkey think, no t time \\Tj^tltttuld, and ao tbey swalh *itg and g o about their work. . ja: Threa digestions are kBO\ aiologista—month dlgaatk digestion, novel digeatlon. ftrat complete Ike food akot 1 fins b y the tooth aa d mi l .lira and nolhing elaa ; tin Tl tbsm.lt U ready t o ba into th e stomach, an d ilka eeeond proeaas. The ate patient, long-snflering on naot always do-tke work of 1 ita own too, an d when fr -bilitytomeet th e unjost »oe d 0 0 it, dyspepsia with wing train take* poasaatioo, wietim oaa only moarn over -ste and repent of bi s on ^-a it may b * too late to re Thildrtsn. especially, need to iaatothe necessity of t -stieation of their food, % formed in Ihem of chew a d taking ample lime to eat, nold Gtrman adage that \n; *2lg tkeir own graves with t ' a with spades,\ and vi-ril; * >*m ao, if we could look at number of dvspeptifrs, rt 3 goaty individuals, croe Jife in pain and wretobedn • impossible to induce r «opl* to control their a to aat snob things an< -w as nature akows then: y and right. Dr. Hall dec' ] tiagtv that it i s wrong to an appetite; for it abowa ] n o gastric jniee in tbe atom * natnre doe« not need food, ling it, there being n o flvit an d set upon it, it remains pntnfv, ik e very tkoogk hboald hv safRcient to deter Jtm eating without a n appetit Minde r of hi«Ttft>, lfa.to u lo whet the appetite it i s a «onrs«, for its only result on e to eat wh'-n alread' -t baa been eaten beyond whs 1 jnice i s aide t o prepai-e. \. to lie obtaibed t* a hvrgo at .'trie juice; whatever fails to \*i«k that e;i*eiiti»l object, fai any efficacy toward .the e n '-iptic disease*. Th e formatk 'io jaice in dirertlv proportion) tar and toar of lire system, '. S o ba tlie means of ^applying, ^rear and tear can onlv take a reanlt of eserei*e. Th e ef! ,-ly tot dytjieptic* i« werk—oat _•—byaeftrial utsd aneressfnl i ;proportton a i i t i s ajrri^eable, g and proRtaWe. is gCBpndiy snpposed that more favuiaVu: t o th e haaltb Ida, which mar not l«e wbol l d« solids absolntoly demand c ,le chewing, that tbey ms lowod decenUy, matt of onr I semi -H<j a i da are swat lowed •» anaconda dispo*es of it s first step in the digestive p *ewing, bat that act is made jry means of earning the sali > freely from the g'ands of the r this saliva—a solvent ah*o led in a perfect division and j of th e food f«T aas:milation orm its ofiii^e work. Inssli M ot be *«are»I by hasty *aalh dlows, therefore, tliat wnp* mast remain for a time i ylb, that th^T8(Uj^]alB*-4»wy- ,*e flow of*9«s solvent, by. * it can \m combine*! with-rtio ot so ctsmbiTie*!, either thedif -t W imperfect or the organs \ion mast b e overtaxed, perfc x own htbors and that of the je smoker and chewer deslroj *iis saliva, may not the result > a* when on e swallows soup dlyv without in sali ration 1 . is true that there are some k o th e fruit jaicea, beef le a ee, etc., demanding no di( yet it is safe to insalivate a l in the stomach.— I)r.J. // . Ha \x>r Opinion of tbe EnsHsa Iajor-<5eneral Synge, of the y, who is now in New' York, ation with a reporter was v< -.ic in tbe expro*sion of hi s o > the forlorn condition of the Jr. H e said that th e me n t weight and undersized, ai , Impression seined to prev man was as good as anothe dier. There was n o unity of tween Ihe offiearsand men, w jole standard of the troops ws wer titan I formerly. Ever sii mlishmeniof the Dnko of n*s mle , o r perhaps since the ar, th e English army had deter % present unck a deplorable aings exjatod that tho office equcaHy made to appear rid b e war with tko Boers had b e nctod in a most scandalons wa sh officer* ami me n being m nfler a flag of trace, and this ith the oonnivanoe of English ,en. Th e condition of Irelan ferroil to. tbegenerAl aaid-M 1, •ministratioti wametl the pre9 At there would b e trouble >eace act* waa repealed, b a vail. Th e act was repealed ; ;.bitants immediately arae*' Ives, and now tka British go v jas sent over troops to shoot d< diatiitants that i t ba* been th T arming \ ^_____ Th e Danr i are eftid to b e .ipert litignists, and remarkab n.i ..1 curdle tckgrapbiata.

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