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Chateaugay record and Franklin County Democrat. (Chateaugay, N.Y.) 189?-current, October 06, 1893, Image 7

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,jWft» -tT^--^'^^ HACK AND HIW. **> Mi •fl <>**• >? r\*' *-i I Hwk aa4 He w wetata a RW o f Q04 la th * MTHO' earth than BOW, Ok*a t 9J> right bud. oa * at Hi* .tea. T o fl**y aa H e taught th<«ni how. And -Keek til blind, an d He w wa s Jnok, B« both hnittwwUd . wild twart. As d Oast\» win w»U we * their burning will, AmJ the gist o i their toil was art. youtsn wttfc WfcoBi, 1&W«^ Htt Mi^l W»»«IWBtrt ttat w « wtttil few Stay autde.tfea as-ogn »»*! th*. belted stars, They «** the wra t o rid*; Tfeoy loosed the girdle an«t v# 8 ot tN i sea, X^^flHTiSXtSrpBryr e tfiSC\ »oth Homvi ial beast beneatiTtieirltuiaa* ^ from their day-dreams. •tt r offoea,tB0y bwaoM Mqwunt^d. H*j grra a aompasaat pam»a a tbird of th* had so xnuafc o f iriut woawa «*i l j «a*ir*inco»« fo r bis amrvteM. I imp * ,4 »ty1*,\* and &e knew how to «* r ntoa'pose it would b* presumptuous to thing* , and to suggest new ways ' o f hope that you could affor d to giT* up killing lima, and t*R>aca«ioaa% -pre-' L yoar business hero fo r something that I vide pleasant surprise s that_ coo t 1 woald bring yon not more thaa twaaty* | -money—a facult y which i s quit* a s j fire thousand a yesar— * s«m which we i rar e among eity youths, in proportion would gladly -guarwaV * yoa; but it j to tb^tr^awmdWa^as^n-aay^eoaatgy—y^^^eoald^Bte^rtatB-thji^Agifcr ^ sasur a j Tillage , To be th e wife o f such a rut u : yon that you evml d easil y spends larg o j would be to* become * socia l «t«e*» — 1 r**rt o f jotn r time in tfe* Biat.\ jo thought some pTett y young women \My dear . Mr* . Moorhart,\ «id 1 jfjSl kaowl»dge--'cyae principall y , Krone, trying to keep hi* baar t oot of j bis mouth, **I am mora flattered by f^faa|ifflfi| | 4| MfeMMt. —Tabeaaty mni *pmX om^rea^ * •fa s furious, fansblias h*a4 at Hscfc, And the gtoryia.t Uaa j o.* Hew. •T&en fire an d clay. th#y t**hioaeti a mas , •And painted Ua rosy trowa ; ; \J«*HSW v 3iis^r*l#* r hiri'iS\h\fe : *y«i'; \\-\ **!•«« th*m fearo till tae y *3»oaid»r dow a r And **nt«re \ said Haeit, aaj \Tbere!\ thought H«w, ••Wa'U rert, for <sur tt>U i» iloa*.\ Sat \Say \ t'J» Xast«r Worttcaa »a*t, **For yoar toll i s jtwt beg*»s. M A»<J y« wh o **«*5 Jt> of oJ»l a » Go 4 1 Shalt aerre 3te aa« w as man, TtU I eoapaaistb* dmui th*t » ia My heart, JUMI j>erJeiSt th e »*K«r pka.\ AB4 ctlli the era^nsoa a owr b u ?raft, U> tfc* Tagiae »c:t e Mtrbt ot daws , With. Gwi'i «alm wtil for hi? bturfttsic *tU. WbU* ttte ffiiosaujig i* y COIEWI oa , I«araiB!s. wiad-awilt, ionloiisEt. wUJ, Toil* w*Ji tfeo*a sitadowf twet— fb* Ja*?rtog-, -reat>*a hand o? H*«i£, - Aa J the tir^eses-itaail oH8«w ; —BUa» Caraiaa, 10 Atiaatie. Aaftflft tb» Mdteil \ wrtvala at' Saa Franeuoo was fVofeawor T. HL Sbtrnlt- Uad; of Hw NVhnMikai Stmt e Uoirewity, who ha a jitat oompl«t«d %wto r*tn*rV abl « *?ieotia« «tsp«dttiot>a in ttMureb o f f,.-«iU. Oa« w» * to Fine Hidg#, th* famow i aeea# o f the rwftent - Sioux In- dian outbnsa.lt, wh«rt t h* JUMI otheri .h-H-ovtr*J uiyriad * of a *tr»oj|«l y raTtiw w f cwwil,j-^ajled-bw—tb««r dwriV * «x<rkjtfrewa ;Th# other ni to PtkiU'ipt C.umty , KauMM, wtur* lV^ftwao r MnrKb.l»ad dlacm-ere d a w«»ith o f rh'inoiwroM, »J»isbi«,at and niaiUodo n r«» mwa*. o f Whoms txttiUatm not,K»dy -B«t'Bran«»e«medproToltagiy blind your ogSwt thin wortl n can-tell—Bni • hitherto had dr^*nnsfc Ttm~ <^>rfc- *-r*wii «n» M much a* «l|{h t fee t k»nf , actual.e«rk*cir«w « 'ia fcWfx?, 'aod arw uft^ n tight tftehe * tbro«f te He <t*li- usuttr* th»t th«r « ar e 400 aqaart* -^nit m SABBATH SCHOOL •J' 1 * NM|Hin«jNi£ \Sffilfts. ttffWt TtMtMU crnuBXATioNAx xmssoiirnrMhi ' - ut-ruuKK a. ,. T**t; \R«l«.«iji(tlo * t « CkrUt.\ KMIMUMI ill,, t&a« — 4aol<t*n T«x«i BoiMao a IU- , a* »fo»«wentarj:, • ML \Sow «• fciw»w what thlnir* *o»«r th* law *a«A. tt am«h t o t>>*aa wtu>ami «n<l«f tb« taw 5 thai vmrymmth may h* Mt»f>p«>l, aAtl ati th * world may b*wi»»» tvptr twfeir* Qod.'' B» haaJNxm f>royiiMt ixMh J«w» »aj (nwnwi* a n itn4«r BB, *J».I tbat (t»r» h> in*o« ritrlM*«a» <*er»»» K. Wt. »H what ahentt «h# taw that «• boty *a 4 lot ao 4 ic'-o4 <i#aa|t<<nr '«t , 13), aa4t ths*« W«M» etpmzfamtiowtT «ry takne p H 1U0 I**! Wtwwit,, who *»H itoM * • tMAbf tht, ttg&timaMm* <•>( tho law bt <x>»*M«N>d BtmMtf tOamrtM* ytslL, til,- 61. : Tht» <n*r*» to our tmmt nay* \h* law l» to • Mop maa' i mouth aa 4 it-n)** mrmtj O-B* ' sutltj , tor ualll w* af« rwklr t o %$*mA ir«i!tjr : Wter*,©oil ia«( * i t n o hop * ot *Htr rMtM^ ) turn. ID Math, n . »>. J»«<« t«*.\8n» tluu a | ataftt! took !*ml > (fa« *r*«-oih ^»mm*o<i- ) KMM, a»«l t » I Joh n UL,> II. w» :«« n that • balr- i i>r«aJt4 lb * nxih , whii«> i a J«*. ».. 10, £ 0 w« • nod taat \wte«K>*wr •ha« w k«*p ifc« \ -whoto law aa<l jwi eS»o 4 la oa « pwbit w f iruilty of a!t- » \Th«r»to«. by th* 4M«t» oS the Saw ! tbavo XMU » 0 Swah be jitxirtmi l a Sto ««».t, •; h» hy tb« iaw » ih * lttn»wSed|p» 0! «*».\' ; D»*M r««wmBM>d t»t* wswa aw *aM, \1» } Thy *«tfct ahait e o oam a«ia|r t * l«»«»«»i\ ; film. *iiat, S.J. Th» law, aahcfl»n*#o.|»oty, j «wuc*gtmttttb«nMiiM>'0f maa'* *ta!uiana* > at w««*»«a» w ni* ll«aw <(hrt. ««., »j How*, f ntc , a. > Ouiy <?a* Su *«rr ~k*pt tW »* jw > 1 tartly. H » etaaso t» f*t!Gsl th* law and e»* i pmpaata, v*m to tttmii all rtjfht«atnw««a i «,Ma«h. «-., IT , IU„ JS< Is Hits *•***>« . »* t |(#*>W sw> »to , ti* 4l|d aot sttt si iohb Hi , 1 , ;i HC»*. ».. i l I Frt*r u, salt H*oo»i>t J trat*r»«y «ay, \t 4»li«»t t.-s «t« Thy Will, O \ my <*o<t—ym, T>y law m w&fcta a«y fteart - ' • 1IV *L,*K H«»a.\«*jiS s» \tk*ri*ht*cMBV j »**•» ( tk*!.\ \j' ,«w *a»rt.# t<s k*wf> ib * I law, «**ia*r tit w t« <4«*t« rt«**««>»»»«m», ; ar« Uk* A4aok a« 4 JE»*'» A* 5«al *prv>&«, ! wtii-'h fa») to '.-\ lata *»,4» *B4 el»* p»'\« '<• :' efc* .t»at* ot »Jil»» »t <-itwJ'» on prwildla*. : ; «*«r raxfctooaMKaw* at * • * Sifjtef r«tf» i Ua, .[' t»t»..*i. : si. \i*st n<>» ts » nfW*4)MB>HHi *f o«4 ; WHb<Mtt tftwiawia wa»if.«i««4, is«t..^ wtt« ; »n»« 4 bf I6« taw a»J iii* {uropbftta, ** T# Hisa i (TStea^lt** |>rv>f«*«» wHBrtw I tun t&Khufft : ltt» suipait »W.«frt N>tS«ii«>th t» Htm *b**l , fWi^H^w mts]»*Kia ol #ift« (Art.**,,-U 1 . ^M l ; its aii fti* s;*»a.-ft(s*r *»*d in.** «j«fc«r isiassi ,1 tfeua tbaa* **t-?fc t't* f^:»|sfeirt» i»a4 JttMnn^iit ; *»y r*!*oMi r\*u>* • .t* *im, , !B' ! . J««»a» tw> : faii» t He*** «a«S Wl is o progNtrfa «fc.t T-1- '| j-,-i&.S-<t wwu. t.*«m <a L aU tfe* (*.;-«j»ta.f* ! « ; ton iBta«» eotn—fsnair H'a3»i«* »t,stw ! wit,-. S7V JUjf6t»>«Bio«a» ii (fc* ervat ,: e**<TWi*l <ki«Sit«>.ai*i».Jj« B, *r»i M« haa a 'I rwtttiix. H<s«a.r»tfr* a*rafbt»«i»» fttetl osj* ' fah*ril t&o itee-iwas o! «k*J» a» 4 taat ttahaw ; w*> batu w?«*i&tOjS- b^nt !h*« !fc*i ef tin* : : •mlM aad pkwrs**-* w* can U»Ai»<*»«i««|o!r • lata ttto sia**«» «l swav«w it <•*», *t. >; •' Jt.«u, «.,j»r. Uet w*iat u<*» (!««&»»•** M« ; : il** {•rut'vtMa.-if a wwiJ*©** g*«ii*ot to fe«w- h W»«T, tt-.ro *w!4it « »ra«« ar*>f*v*M«<t •: !JI*tJS. nit, i!. ti\ famt tit <;*re*» ! ' n«M<i»jtt»a*iiM ? Tiwo-ll# p|vr»Vlj»ri(|fe.t•««•» •*•» a* (r»<»ty *# H ' frrvnj i*>J tfe* rtoifeicMt f«f '. AlaSQ aa;tt;»» JtjHss. («-, II i S3. * - si*-«a lh» rMTM*u>wio\a*of<Kkt w^Vi* Ipfey ta*i> of Jiwa* '\firji ualoaU, nmt ai>.^» ail th»*E that 6»**r«».'\ U*«* aalft am** Ub a to t » «4a l«f »* *&--> koffw o«,» M», that wm s»i«i>* t«> aia.1* tfe» ru^tt*».vaaa««« ef Uwd w Utrti. H# »• a»adw B&t« «<• rt(lil««nuw t J f :' Cor. *,, tl. I Cor. i,, »... tly Hloa aji t bat j b*ti*-r» «r» j*»ua«»l Iru«i» all MM»«* lr»>'a i wtucd we «mi*S a».Jt 6» |»«tbl«J by t&« law --4 »-,»»• . ici. mi., s» , Th**«fof» tow »>u£ taat trv*jr fxwattt* Htai •*•» »ay, **l wttl |^«atty r«jotn> t& t*» i^?rt|. s»j- KHU ahaii t«* iof^»i»ssisvtiiJ.J. J0TM«IUU.S»e*>tJw>«t BS«Wrta - tai eanm»oi% «»£ »!»-*!**<&, H« kaia <«»»r*<l 1 av> wwk »*» Wi«w #{ ngSl•i^**^>^^^»\ , ^laa, lis. , IS 1 , fha twaw nu> ar»««««K a£»wt tm «*• : lu>UiMt tttwr »•»», n«M#«nMWMM» «4MNMT i wfettUv tgfi«ir»at u. -.w ott-rlj 4«»|Ma«a« **• •' 0otv?a* riKEdvost*am> jif..n-I»~i ••-tt th*ai , a ; Cbrwe J«*c*. wt» wtttn «ms..i irf tto taw u* ' /KtM«.>»ul«!\ to nvtFi ,itim !li « (MMe<««a J ^KCH%. a., J. * \33. ••»'** tfe*r» » e/» <US<ar«ft«*i, \ S«J all iMif t> «taa«4 *A<I *»-siw wAort ot tixn irkarj «>i tio-i. ' SU Ad»= aU -i»\ ({t'ot , I*., *!i ; Tb*r» M Bet a .**• - tsaa s»'«t \artIs taat i awtaitwtUKltWMtliMtEwt, »il , J8:, otBituwii'^iu-sn^rt - raw « J ; tuiOK. ncMocxuk •'*' v . B*.\* oa*. \ I»a«*i , i* the '. liee^nptwa «*» u »»» u? aat«*», as-1 wklla aii ar» n-j* eqaaiiy gr*mt ataae n attarr, w«*»- eaat r>.»|*>^ , »ita»r», .^JB.» Alla n Wat driTon out «r (i«ra.4»» ait tet-* tn«.8 t<araoai- •fcl* !i»»»g3M»l»« . ta«t» »6o>liS«>»»jfiR. «kn Mftwaa was *Jrs<.S to ta«> ant, all th* rue* *»..»JHI .. thamr WMU Sua» w*r* »ai« uwt as-l j««sia«»i , tb«r«» *M no 4»a-!»3i->, J*. '-H-na* i»«ja»-i irwifiy fey Ma» 'ftrarv, • tar.'rjijta (&« •n*»(»w taat t» 10 rssrat ^ JF«MM.\ All rwi«BjH!'>» » ta-CAnn\. -j»4t v>t Hun *c>i apart tr-.s. rl.ix. itv^fw u a»^i.-. c :j> j th * iste»>l toar ai.Xtio aJ^uoa.m! ,jr io n •ojli - h L*«. »*«., U . ab'l b-itut ti«c IIa> t4w>t eoaicd o « ( %>•«« .< . U . But feavinui »y lit* HJ« *a^i J-»«in »>4 rworr^-titia i>jgaa»>«4 K«»ra*! r—w5af»tiK^, -V>T . . , tt\sn. it. , it Hs Iwlun it. of rat!s»r lit.is».»;, twf » M a»i >A Hua. 1 (»>B wfi>j»«.--T -t will r*«««t»» Htaa, J.j,-»« j JU-, ife. It*t. ».xit. I\ . r.-\.. *,, «, ; k. At »- Sa« » <%iai B* »*< ^>*n--»««» l n, r««l in |1 » irrwK «:r»\«* H» a***** n ifi—ij in <?ri»a t»« s'tiMi 'it *iaa^r^'fc» f*M--a *.*ttt**y tf-a.<* i«,r» i,» Jtlm, ^> taat ••T*B »n.: l i aa at\ ilK»rTit<*4 m I C>.r. :.. >-,il. .>^-.J ,-r.-„c« ii, oaruta* tw- (~>,i. uj lt,^ j»s* l *i»an|, tu.-lini,' j 1*«- '. •w*t. ». \Wbow Ooi hath »*t ft>r*,H t.-* h* a ! ; propitlattoa Utmnxti faith In Hi* t»<x.l. ta • <i*«eJ«r« III* rt«!!t-»*-a*R'** Swr »!»• r*nta*i'.iw ©f nias that arn- p*«t.. tbro-ssJi tSsr* f«rt*»r- . aa*<s ht Ct^f Th* wi>r«! h«r« Irmawlarwl *>r«Kp«i«lM~.a H ' *• ff.tit l \t»ir \-s«i*wtai»» i» : I1*fe. Is.. 3, whfT* tl h> iriiaii.iti^l ••«&w«y ; •sat.™ la «a^f> of !>,••-«• vrrow i a «b» M. V, tt : Ml » tl» marBiB'-pr^ji-rtjatorr.'* Tt» aB*T\\F I t aaat or 114 a t «*fcj*ri. ttq.« it«*teT\»i«J. wm '< \ «*w tw b» r*4B*ir*d. « w«* MriktM with ; V bio>3. »iwt t»tn4ith tt l a th* ark w«*rw Ui>-t»- . W*« <•« twwtimocr 'WBtaiotmit th* -T*a C<*m* . ... n»aB4iB«mt», that feoly law, tJt# aj|»iaTrat*<at ; o! 4*alii (If c«* . Ut , T <. «'nriw t» <«»r ta*Tfy : ; [ eeat, who fcy Ht» owa Moc»t #tUia ta» po«- ; 1 d^nsttltM; *?*•«• of tls» law. Aa-t ti*»--*i»» of ; this tJeoti, which Wsw i s 4*» Mm* *Sn«st an j Cairary, <lo4 i a forwuw <lay* «raM«4 recnto- • ; akm <rf t*a*, at! liAwy-tg^trtakM \« *!»*• ««*>-* I * •«« Mat typical *>? thJ* prvcSOWi hkw>l l tths^b ww al»»i| otti* for all. ' •JR. \T o <bwJas*. t aajr. at tfcta tiBB«> K'ss ; I rSai>t«>«i»»«*». tfaat Ki» t&teW is* jo«. aa.lt6 * j ( itmObtt ot Ufa whfeh twIVTrth la <•»>•».\ : H* tb»t jtw«tH-tti th*> wlc«*4. ao-1 h* that > , fwa-l^softtt tb* ism, er«9» th'f^Jtmcii at * I : aUiir.imatioo t o ttw l^r d iVnrr.'xvfi., ti>, ' 1 But what «*M«li w* say w»*B tto* IjoWil Ht»» | ; viT. iu or«1fr itwt H» oat tnat * ricatwMt* * th*> »txj«Bina*l* wkrltM, t'ak«a thw pU&v 'of 'j ; tb* «ocnlMtow«d. walhir* aw t dt« In the ata- I : &«r*» *t«ad. 1>»*«>B»««I a <*or«* J*»r «*, *» jfjatlo ' ^ a #tn offwrinw (I IM. It!.. 1* ; OaJ. Hi.. 13 : II ' : Cor. T.. Sl\ al! t o «aahw> Hlsa t o jtmltj- the t i «wat«s»* of »laa*r» tfbo will iwotdte Hus. — j : I>asna Helper. I ' S.»r o OB« »boppt>r: \Oh . I «a» Ja* t 1 ' th« lor>-tk«t. j>we*-te«t» prettiest baby I I a minttt* airo- ' S*id-|hc other shop- ' i p-^r; -Wt»4(? Ik>y,, u taru to tel l me j mat stupid nurs e ban dared to brin g 1 my Utti* darling out such iduui UtU?*—B«hobotb Herald. ' TUB clowad strMu o fo r teal a toclode* i May , June mo d July . The closed »ea - nct fo r eeaJftkin* tbi« rear also JO' d«4«» alrio. oth»* nx>otb a A WAJUB - tnunn Vatewaoir, — >aMVttl>Uitawk«, Per4in#ii4 Wmitat, «w IHIIi«p.of tb« raltr^d Sui«n eomi *wmy*y«, tf m, wa» one*> waited u^wa by anttu. tuHt^ e o f Congrea * aeft t to ttt«it|irt into the praynrti of the work. The i-iimmittr u reached N«w York and wended their way u|»tdlr» (0 th«» rt*.tu wb*rt> Hawtia r ws# drilUn^ hl » r!a**<** and preparing th«m fo r work . Ha-a'er , wbo atlnwwl t>'> intrtitier*, met them *t the i^Mii - <td In^uinM} tt*«ir bu*iae«« . Tb««v stutter**! that tttr y bad %nso U) Utv^Xigait, *Wk*t~ par t o f the work dr> you wbh to id- >pecty''ia.tUIW d thft »w?i.jt trtatha^^ IYERYBODFS GOOD FRIEND B t J-OEXSO-X Bl-RT. [ HAT wa» th « name by wbCtfh he was ni'* s t frefjaentSy tit-sign ate d, a 1- ihough all of his; ac<|Ti*iatftae#s knew Tt-ry wel l that his Tisstus g car d bore th* words. \Mr Robert** Brone.\ He' dresse d wt-Il, carrie d 2a public a cheerfu l «>UBt<~ B*ae # an d aa in - quiring eye, and , as to basi&ess , his denk wa a m tli e of- fice o f a prirate banking bou.*e nea r Wall street , aad h e wa s sapposed to be • attes t partner of the backers theta - aelTea. .He beL-.iipcd t o t«-o o r thre « clubs a n J s|i*a t atmh tin* i n each o f ihens , -whicfc i s n^t the way o f city aefl of bris k fonsin^^si ssiiner, such a s Mr. Brua^ p4S«s<?siwd; aai i scores o f atraagers . bro^pbt into one o r .othe r of the club* b V «ttir'scf]uaintaac« a who •did not know wh*t «l»e to do with them, grstefullj reta-enibered Mr . Bruite a s on « ot the cTentag' s chie f swarce s of esijoyms&t . He had a wa y at 'bscosalhg acquainted quickly and of- matst>sr aew ac^uaintaQce s .f«^el en - tirely a t #a.*e with bias , and he al»> sadawsy^of rememtwrin^ a cal l a r two-fc*h»-.s t o make , an d i a which he would iuviw a D«W aciioajntaace-^of the pror^r siirt — t o join , which wa s s o ttabtc taa «a*toa of Xew Yorkers i a general taa t nse-n froa othsr eiti«> and witbint New Yor k coaasctioas were Ukeiy : c feel nadcr oblucstious to hit n and als o to; fa^lisTe thst ihf-r k»3 BMuk- tbe estrac' o f saeteopolitsn •ocietr. >»ti=5g went OTS. it B-M -eiaarkei l at th4 elabs tha t Bnins btnuielf' iotro- dnced »aay men from oat of town, \bat as nil of these wste anxious to re - pay all ctjartesic-s they reeeircd. and were fasrl y able t* do :t , the members wbo too» isusst notice o f Brunt's hoa - pHaiitj-fliayi e no cbjeetioa, lor tkey wttfatbeprcfcssional club teuagers—a eias s ©f men who neTc r fail to enjoy a«tert*i3iB*at k to r which other rr.en pay. '.Tbcrfe p*ur* into the.jrreat ' city • steady .etrem n of men and families wbo have -nale tebsey c'isewher e - a» u wast t o s^e a I it where th e mpstp1easuse\ it: «»n be boa^ s.t To ai l tbese~jKJjo-^eil Na inhw -aray Br-.Et> WAS a s hearty a s i f *b#;» b* d bfe.-n eld fri'-od*. He *lui not iatrjKluc y th.»iu to a»ab«N o f th e \Four Han-ir--J.\.*-H!it be trained to tbeai, COES iectaliy, t*aat^ ai * own friends wer ^ ct of th*t parlicaik r a-?: beesuis e Tb:-y dtj, not car e to b e ia it . and tha t th-.-y wire .quit e a s (rood sn. j -^refintil is mo?t o f the p?ople show saases apt;.\.-•-id ofVaest i n the fa^h- ionabte iisitrs of #fae daily j»per»—s wtatetsi.'nt wlji^h n«';«o;ly eoaid deny . Be would ta\ : :e unwearied pains , too, witi' f&siuie s who ^desired U> imake th e rrtyth«r is^a>e; be would ' tak e ther a to re* ! estat e e^nts *bo could !x> tras*ei i to d^iil''fairly vnih tbea.,-MJ. l he fkae * the b«*t decorator s and up - awadwtercrs, aud d'.niei s i a furniture ,v&A idctur-?* ss i, brJe-s-brac , and he would iutr>.l:i^c at'e-pmert w a man- ner -wfeieh iromM , rnak e thom truly grratei-iL He ^-orsid als o intro-ha W th»t n t o Hol^ea * Trust , tlae baaksw with w*>r » fc* h»-l bi s oJice, tskiag eare first t o *saur,-: 1'u.eia. ihM there vu a great differenc e between banks ia ft great «-ity : tt- *f%^j- isstitttttous , were -BEKre o^cb.cus wbil e BLoldem Jt Trust was a c 'faci-r^ ai-rnloled aft^r th e Eng- lish banks , waeT»'the accounts' were • few but iarsrt'. « a * ^ber* any custoaie'r was nude t-1 f<M?! afrnu'-ih it home as i f be wer e t n a friend^* *>r.ri.j»r whieh y iitikrtA tbe'br:*:r.-«* OHIM of th e firm wreatl y rea-:ubi t 3 ' a it s appointments and q-i _ S» •..••:# tv--» aeemel to Sad ri:a»?a t o eosviais cf Bru'ne ; b e aer* r took bis rnafs a^'i<ttintaa«e s to gaisbiins ; BOOSTS o r *....: th«a i druak, and h - •ewwr' made inw t o sh e young Sadie s o f tt i» i.*Tsu*'.«t that csais to tine er>y._ Jj^ie^t t^ ^:« newer aofosiataacoa this av**a#VniH'oal y faalt: for a aum-' t>er o f yoiag WI>IB«E wh.:. batl. broken mstfc. thei r n.naTs J eanratMra, aa be - easa a eiatawtia who anpira d to bainsst awry WU«a , fwwad Brwas meaawsawwa I t o al l intimations that th»re wcw i hearts a t his feet , waiting only to b o ! picked up; even when rsltiejJ oa W * ? ing a baehelor b e would escape b y l)aaghinjtjaailjKriBg,tbat' . hw^mxeajly - too poor to marry and do justic e to a i wife. This appeared straa& e to many who sa w b*iw freel y he spen t mosey j when h o wished to entertain m j>»rty ; ; bu t he was always able to sa y truly \ that m bachelor' s persona l «tpen#es - i wer e comparsti^ely rrtthnt', while to maiutaia s home in pood style i n th e cit y cost a great lot o f money—a statement which beail s o f fatutltes, whether new or old , were always read y i to Terif y from the depths o f personal j experience. Tbe truth was . that Rrune ba d starte d ia lif e wit h a firm determina- , tioa to marryrich o r not a t all, and i h e wa s keeping himself faithfu l t o tha t I purpose . I t cost him terribly, he I sometime* told himself , fo r be wan |_reaUy^ajsua0ep_bM«_.fello w and bt* ; hear t got a new sca r about once a yea r ; but he wasn' t going to win a gir t merely to hav e her take n fro m hit u by » matter-of-fac t father , who diitn' t • want hs s money spt-at by hi s daugh- ter' s husband He wa * in tb.e lusrit^t ; jf say ric h ass n w*ate. l him U>? a win - in-ia w there wss a prope r wa y ft>r ib\ ric h man to taring the affair about— provided the daughter wa s pirasini. Indeed, Brune wa s obliged t o eiude woe brilSisa t opportucuty t o marry money, both fathe r and daughter !«\*- mif willinz and anxious; bu t th** la-ly ; wa s a kittenish creatur e pas t forty , while Brune himself was littl e be*uod thirty . But th e god o f lore and th-? jwldess ; o f plenty kep.t their eye upon him, , and there came a time «i'a».*a they seemed to join forces . Mi* * Adah Moorbari, a hansiiwm e damse l fro m th*' far West, bad se t be r besrt on He-.rtwa- : .in g Mrs . Brune, and , a s *he ha d Wit ! aeeustomed t o , having her ow a wa y •'abou t everything else , she did nut its- tend to be thwarted i n her one press - eat desire . She hai l a n able aii y i n he r mother, who held the family parse - \ t strings and wanted jus t auc h a man as Brune i n the fawily, he r own husband faarissr amountts! to nothing sinc e h e inherited bi s father' s money. - R^im ; s pruden: woaian , #ht l ha d interrogated he r bankers, Messrs Holdem A Trust , ver y closely about Brune* s busint» » sad finsadal standia^; bu t thoa e ges- : llemen declined to say more than tha t Brass banked with them ; his account, though not very lsr^e , was serer over - drawn; h e ha d a fe w thousand dollar* ' corth o f securitie s sa th»-ir safe; hi * busiii-aas was » comaaistio a ba«ine*a , which , m New York , was a term which covered almost anything; bat th>-T ; chanced to know tha t Brane's OWE branc h o f 'it wa s o f a-coaadentta! ,ns- lure , and that all th e checks he depo* - ' it .-3 wit h them wnjj-e dra w a by bouses of pood business staa«iia« . Behind si l •tliis. there seemt' d some myttery which lira . ^loorhart »* » detertntne< t fcj 'S\lve; but th e bankers pleaded bus - • itt^-ss c<r>Bfideac • as thei r ftcaw fj.»r no t , izoiriiz into particulars , unles s author- ; is«sl t o do sorb y thei r customer. ) From that day Brune's f^rtun^'wa s made, as, be bsi( suspected when bi» '.banker s told him of , Mrs . Moorhsrt's ] aiait, for a woman of strong wil l sad ' ahuadaat leisur e wil l expend * lo t of both for the blis s of fathom insr a rays- i=-ry. Certainl y th»^re ouSti no t he *.:.yfhias; wron;^ abont Bnine, or,some >i:ie would knt>w of it; n o one who knew him sai d anything bn t good o f •u:m; be-sides, h*«l b e not always i»eea known a.* evfrybi>ly* s p-tod frienrl'.' 'frs. Muurhar t trie d t-> mak*' he r houi c .*V'?ti.more agreeable - t o 'hira than it had been, while the daughter let h- r j.luriO'its eyes res t upon him fr.>?n tim e *.!> time i n a manner whi^ h 00 man *itb eyes o f bi s owa conld fail u> «a- derstand . \Mr . Brune,\ sai d Mr*. Moor har t on* evening, afte r he r daughter ha d entertained Braae greatly by tellin g of. dashing horseback ride s through ' th e wild country—a spor t sh e longed Pi enjoy again , sh e said , yvt dare d not hope fo r unti l sh e could go, bac k again to loo k .ore r th e famil y property—\Mr Brune, tha t property troubles the deal gir l more thai*a lit- tle , aad I would Hk e to consult; yon aboat it , if you'l l allo w me. You'r e every body \s friend , yoa^know . \I am entirely a t your jcrrwe, my \ t dea r mad^».\ \ I aesrtily wis h you were,\ repite d ate lady with a sigh . \Much o f th e ^fest^r n property which my Jjuslriaa^l mlerited belongs to Adah--she i s not here , i s she? r no, I- thought not. When sh e came o f age, I insiste d thst : my husband should divide the estate , as.wel l as the p*;r»oaal property, and giv e be r a sihare, sh e l>etn< ou r oa? y .-hild ; I wanted her t o b'sr o tbe'vsia>- ft money, aad h* w t o tak e clsrt* <,if it, se«tea d o f gr.0*ins'T! p a «;lly. fashion - .ibi s girl , oaly t o squsad*»r tbe proptrty of h»-r hu^>«ia<l s»h'-»nM »hi> ever marry . Of cours e .*ise wil l inheri t all tha t r-jmauja, i n the eourwp ni | time . She nuwaaired - i t with rapita l • ability whil e w e live d West, wh-rt «.hw wa s iMWCtically c u tb e gr,>ua'i, but since w e hs-v fcie^a East tt ha s mut ' yielded as Jarg e a a lacome a s i t should . It i s vesy bard t o *-cor » sppod ageotft' there; al l men o f abilit y ar e rea42e«a , aabi thar «•* isto baatnews fo r them- : aahnaa. 1 wo«Ji3 hk* oaor vortasa of ; ' th* aetat a profwarty loojued arVcr, toe* ! really , Tm afrai d you overrata «sy busin«s a ability . Were 1 to fail , I j would fee l unspeakably unhappy; I 1 would l>« torriblr humiliated ahould ] :;3tni^li(M)BrlMR$\ tost: tt'.-jHH(Ma«qr - .::to: i - dispense with taj Service* , and, worse ; still , to bafoaad fault with by bet, of \ ail women i u th* world.\ j ' \IshoaM imagine,\ sai d Mrs . Sloor- bari , siowly-aod with a eoandest look, j ' 'tha t yon are clever enoagb at boat * ; aess to make your positios so secure tha t she could not afford to dispense j with your services , and that I wouldn't j dar e do so.\ [ \My dt?»r madam,\ protester ! Brune, * \I beg you won' t think that I could ; plan t o take any advantage ia buainea a o f a lady —of two ladies , m.lwd.\ . \I ditlat suppose anything unfair,** i wa s th e reply; \all' s fai r iu—there! '• Of sai d BEtor«..taaa 1 intended, bat i I've supposed that yoa held my daugh- : te r i n high eateem.\ \Higher my dear madam, than I \ ever hatl fo r aayj other woman. Bat-—*' \Yon B^ust be les s obstrrvta g than \ your se* in.. general i i you bavt ! not learne d that^ Adah, wbo i s no nighty girl ; returns your regard.\ \I am deeply grateful fo r your coa- ildenee , my dea r madam.* * \ \May I as k whether any other woman stands ia the w*y o f your act- 1 sag upon BIT suggestion and becoming my daughter's businesa manager—for life? \ 1 '•Xoce — nrtne. By your kind per-\ miwuoa, 1 wil l »|»eak t o he r tbi a evea- ing.\ ' \Yoa wil l make her very happy. But; pvra*t«s io y ftuggestioa wil l lea d yoa t o neglect business interest s o f yoar owa.\ \My owa busjaess,\ sai d Brune, slowly, \ona b e dropped a t any tirna without loss—that w, any los s to be thought o f (or a moment whil e 1 kavo such a wif e t o loo k forwar d to.** *i hav e never known jus t wha t your business was , bat--\ \It u» merrly a genersl commiaasoa bsaineas,* * sai d Braae. \rtelltag , or buying?* * \Well neither , strictly spesking; '• thst is—well, I assur e you taera i s nothing wrong about it , fo r 'twas- | tlirough i t tha t I came to bo called I 'everybody's good friend. \ ** Mrs . Moor har t bit\ he r lip, sad then j smiled aa sb.- aske d : **WiK you promise U» tel l me all aboat the business a s soon as you ar e married?\ * . . \Upon ray honor . ** \Insist uiK<a sa esrly marria«e . tbea ; — sltTiie n do,, I believ e — and I wil l sew ' thst Ada.il st-cede s to-.you r wish.\ Tbe we-diliag wa s a spleadid affair, ] according t o the aewspapera J th* bridegroom alone had s o many friends sad well-wishers that not all of the ia- - vite d could ge t into tb* church. As t o the presents , they were a s numerous sad handsome as taswlrt b e espeetsi d b y a brid e who wa s ric h and handsome sad a maa wbo wa s everybody's good friend . When th e happy couple re - turned fro m tb e church t o tb* bouse, j the bride' s mother 4 didn' t fal l i n tears on her daugbter'* neck; she led ba r j son-ia-law aaid * and whispered: \You promised*-- \ | \Yes to tel l you about my basiseaa . i Well, it' s been t o b* averybody '» good I. friend , and b e wel l pai d for it, though nose of them »u»|>eet it Hoidem ± Trus t pay use oae pe r cent , oa the de - - posit s of *• ver y one I've ' introduces ) to thei r bank , yours included * rea l estate sgnnts, - fsiraitur s dealers,- ' groeera , '\ mercbaats— every one , ta fact , witb whom my friend s do business oa roy A iatroouctn'i a pay j»«» & curumissio a on ;uy friends ' l«uata«**s. It' s a lin e o f Iradt* 1 »e*er thought o f gs>ttiug into, , b.-ca;.»e I duia' t know i t existed; but afte r I'd bad * ime commissions pressed r.poa me , I'resolve d tha t th e busutea s sad I wt-rna made for each «>ther. O f coarse , any commissions t get here - afte r on your trad e I wil l return t o ; yon. Perhaps, now you know all. you regre t having selecte d me t o manage your daughter's affairs.** ; Mrs . Moorbart. gently boxed he r , wa-in-law's ea r and said: \I'm more than ever satisfie d that < von \re jus t the, asa a for the place—-an d 'Tear Ada h wil l agre e with me.\—Once - A Wet*. __. Laoksa g Classe s i a CaBas, On* 1 o f th e ancien t customs con - ; aecte. 1 with Kwctfib funeral * wa s to j plac e a smal l looking glas s i a tbe \ coffia of a n uomsrried female , s o tha t ' whe n th. ' Ia*t trump sound* she might • ,l»e abl e t o arraus u her tresses . It wis t tbe practie * for Scandinavian maiden* , Sb wea r th»-ir h*i r flowiag loosely, ; whil e the mntrcus »or« i t iwuad about } t h e h^a-l and rfeuerslly covered with ' *oui*» f-.>rta of t.-3in. H*n« the aamar- \ Tied woman wa s i:rv»sfiu* ! as awakf-n- in g at th e jn-l^riict-t da y wit h more nn - tjd y b'iN.ks tha n he r wedded sist-ersaa d *:i-->r< in i.e».-d of 4 giaJW, -—Wctlaiiast* * ' Centra l Par k m ba<Iiy tncn*led by : ra-4es sad New- Yor k par k com ml* - : *j;)B»-r*.have appropriate! $28A to pe,y for th e service s of a mobs trapper far « tbn- e months This mas cleare d tbe ' moie a owt o f tbe par k a*v« a vearsago. He bwnea long wir» trap s ia'tftai r : bolsav Be haw drive n the deaCractara- ] aaiaaa l eaft «f Froepaw t Pars aaat <lraamaro« 4 C—jrrj. OIAWT tntrtj. s i-mufsraaw , m&mr rronr won, t>tw^>v«Kiu^ A T ran t ajwut . o f tbem, jet, straage to say , notwith- standing tbe vas t ttutabr r o f seiratifl a evpedttioaa hitbert* 1 ! . none of, them has l»eea dwewTete d Iwdore. Tbe cork - .\icrews ar e silicate , aad they ar e fouad in * stlickiu * aaad*toae , la matt y piwes they stic k through the san d roc k « f the bitU , the »t«a « being worn of by the elements, aad. tb* sihcat? jipiral, Swin g hardirr, having remained . It t» BO tronbI«», th-s pro'«-*!tt*r sa y a, to stri p the s»n-t away fro m tbcMS. It is t?th*-r **jft. an d the m»a csa wor k fast. Some o f th e strang<s spiral s ar e eutb- 1 si»>nt a central spire , lij:e a vine sb>nt « tt.;*-. Then a t the lw>ttou» o r roo t of th-' »pir e *t<\ carton* pfntulwr»no»- s e«,,'h w»y . nxti nstug toward th*< »ut - J»ce of th e ptt.mis.i s t ««';a.-thm^- h«.-- tbir*.j-on e d*'St*'e*, T«ey ar e ofte n <.jait»* as long as th e corkscrew. apsraL \ Fbestf d^vH's cork«*rew * which stvrk ou t OTf r r»ne Ridj?<» akd ls*>r«i»*r o n the Ba d Lands,\ sai d I\rof<-a».»r Marshlan d to a t'hroajei e man. \ar e rao*t *sa?ub»r things . Nob-v.ly lami wha t they ar e o r h J >w the y wpr e aMhlr, At rtr*t »t wa * ta . >4>,'hl b y MW th* t t h - «p!ral-« vi-t f csuwd b y »»•! »<>rt o: -i barnesiBir . th e the.-r y l.»»>t-a»j that *-.,&*> sai»is»; ha<l i-mrro» e t, rublnt - 11L-. aad tha t tite hoi-- bid ftllml wit h si;:.-!.>n» san d aad bar b-ni-J. Bu t liu s ta -,-ry wottbla' t do ' T^.-»-';M. i t »?• <-*r*ii li**l *b»t*?tef th e «-!>irmL* wec-e th -y »< r- of niarns e forijutioa , aad -«:>.. *i;--r *t)tm*i \f x..-,\»• t*l*le. lia*! ^;r o-. a ;ir.-b r tiie s-W. From al l w « '••••-. - ; ^-.tb- t v »i\ ia-'Htje^l t o beiirv- ' th- -'--i-.,'* r«r'»».-t''»* \t~> a rurism s l'or-.s: o f th e sp»>r.^e ( yet i-veo tha t i s l.ty a<» ujt^atis certssa . tith'-r r>>otarkalde tb.,3.\* wer e wha t -re fo-jBit imbedded i n '.betn an d fotn.in. ' * |sUt , true*? w e b\.iBd sh e *keb'to a of ft httb * aui - nia'. lis\ a rat, and s* aaoth'- r t»u»e we iouad th f skeSrto o o* s*a*ke.\ T'be eorkwrew r. v ,*ion eit»-ad * fr.e.r, th*- Niobrara Bive r t o l*ta>- Bidge *a-l slmott t o the Ha t Crre k Basin . Tfte rork>«-xew» ar e almon t a e true »» if n»*ib- b y a lath e *n<l *T<- right-baaded an. l left-h*n<(« i indiscriminately . The srr»-st tr»n«vvT«v pi»e*» , calle d Ttnzwu* « «>r nadergronnd-stems, projec t m si l <i«r«^-tions .«ut « f the |>aaa.s an d bluffs lik« loga . Soas>- ar e as larg e a s ordi - nar y barrels , other s an larg e a s hog« - b-*»d.«. W-fiea nai f diaclUiswl f a tb* biutf« they loo k lik e Urge sawlogs . Histori c (barrh. Hie honor o f Wins the tddes t M*-th- odf-«t Kpisctfpal C.'hnrch ifc Cir.ft-* >*-.- i-tngs t-> Tien. Ang !X<us . or the . Chinch of th e reac«» of He»*«a a t Foo- Chow . it «•» buil t ia liW 1 From tha t begiwtitii g grea t tbiafe s tteiaa. €*t*tgmmk#i n®'4«&irit*tde4 r,n the poi'n t Tltea jrot_ba« f tx>vun go and a«* l \tits \ mutwekt Haaalar , as be shut the dujr ta tbe fact? of «« a.4Umisb«*4.i!!B-ui»-it 1 t*e, .-fllie cuiarali - tesr looked at «tach-. wt*^,'-\|iftli' oa se«ifi d wlmt ttwujgh-t, esjocJadw t tbal HasaJe i mm. about rtftbt, 1 and flatrtJy weade4 tiwir way dt>wns|jar « and bac k u» Wwbtn^trtu. • • in»BM--Site saiu I looked like * tery smart mas, Mlta_l^yol^J)trw me Did aba aay wbo tbe •roan rMa waaf—Bajrptar' i fiatar. 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