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exited, at short notice, and on the most
ptIOTSIrLYAN . La. CENTRAL R. R.
The One orthe airrliOlOwil dtitiktpte of the
treble on the "Penney Ma RC M'S, tit Lan
eaater, has been change:l,os follows s
ZASTWAINek. . NIZIPIPWAIID.
Ofinetn.ga....lbo7.a. In. Pletabuzg Ex. LS/ a. m.
pofia.sopreas4:92 " P lol6 4 , UP''' 1 "
Fast Liue 2:35 " /14 4 . 1 . 11: a
UM. Train,. 11112 0 2 p.m.
Day Exprole. - 144 0 p.M. el a Ae. 142
Harrlelfsg An.tibi " Mall ig Ae. 504 "
Southern 8a.4.1* "' Lancs./min.& 71111 "
IfoN.P.AT, APRIX. 90, 1869.
Great Think .reiner:ieth cold 2Prth,-
1 658 tAr "1,14141 e rb#,,
Pottai a / 4 ,
mokin i Ltbanan, Ailenbysum, ,ofn, 44-
rata, "AU' Lancaster Odittmbia, rte.
1001/, Talc ff
Jnuylku . PAM , _-
and SnaqUehanna Railroad, leave Harrisburg
at 8.80 p. m.
Returning: Leave New York at 9.00 a. m.,12.00
noon, 6.00 and 8.00 p. Philadelphia at 8.15 a.
in. and itBo p, s ap.;. el ping oars accompany the
_B.O O 'lll PAO M. trains from. New
- iork,,wit 'out change.
Way Padminger Train 'ISAVes Philadelphia at
7.80 is. in.v connecting with•siniilaltirgin on East
Penna. Railroad,. returelinjr z , final , meadttif at
8.80 p. m., stopping at all motions; leave rotts
ville and 845 a. and 2,46 p. in.; Shamokin
at 5.26 10.86 a.tn.tAthland at7.1110.m., and 12.80
noon, Tiontiqua at B.BOA. in.; and 2.20 p. In., for
Philadelphia and New YOrk.• •
Leave 14:11sville, via Schnylkill and Susque
hanna R inapt at 7 . 074. ' Tor Harriablirg, and '
U:80 ft tri, or fine Grove'and' Tremont.
Reading Aecommdliation Train : Leaves
Reading at 700 returning leaves Phila.
delphis at kik p. m., „
Pottstown Aocomnpatai zrain: Leaves
Pottstown at 6.25 a. m.; re Mg; leaves Phila
delphia' at 4.80 p. m:
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at
7.00 a. m. and , 8.15 m. for ,Epkvailitrldriz, Lan
caster, Columbia, 0.41. .
Perkiomea Hinlroad Tralnaleirri Perkiomen
Junction at 9.'00 a. in: and eta V; rn returning,
leave Sicippackat 8.15 a. In. and . 1.6% if ad., con.
neoting with' .similar trains on Reading Rail
road. • . . • „ . • ,
On Sundays: Leave New yokii it 8.00 p. m.,
Philadelphia at 8.00 a. in. an d 8.15 p. m.,the,
8.00 a. m. train roman only to Reading; POtti
ville 8.00 5.20 a. in., 4.10 and
10.63 p. m.7and R d tmidnight, 2.54
and 712 Pt* it, AS a 11.56 midnight,
and 7.05 a. in. for New. York ; and at 9.49 a. in. and
4.25 p. in for Philadeliphia.
Commutation, HiP6age, Sesacin, School and
Recursion Tiokete, to and from all points, at
B gage checked throUgh; 100 ponadsallolied
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EVADING, Pa., April 20%,1110. Diawiligtittlaw
Pr.A.DLNG :11.141) , .141,1/1. VIA 4 U. R.
02t 410 itIPTE#
THUROAV, 49.11111. 1,869,
PAJNIENON2. TRAINS WILL= RIM ON THIS
ROAD. 141 FOLIAWfis , , , '
MAIM. , •• , • • . WI.
Lancaster See pan. Reading ~.... a. m.
... 444 p.m. " .. •.. • P. M
Columbia .: .. 500 a. in. " ' • 1000 a. m.
41 •. ' 3100 p. m. " ... J. UM p. m.
RETURNING,: • •• • •
MAVIS. ' . . MM.
Reading TAX) a: En. . l emeastar...„9:l6 a. m.
' •.. • • 611 S pork., 44., ... 8:26 pon..
...... 700 a. m, CAlallipbh .. .
~..tP a. in.
s ...:. 1:15 p. m, 06 ..... Awe p.m.
Trains leaving Lino* r 'and' ColuMbia sis
j A yn
above, make elope con t(e at Rending with
Trains NOM. and Beath On elpida and
Reading /11a1lreadi and. eat on • Vani r :y
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points, at r- •
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TillZ mo is WlREMUalkater Mail
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And Musical ZusisninueUts fieserally.
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WORLD ntlitOWNED' VfAXOS.
' • Also, Agent for
PRINCE & MIS ORGANS and MELODEONS.
ErMneio sent by Mall Wee of Poetage,
No. NORTU .PRISICE STRZIT,
• r Linotater, Pa.
GOOK AItOILL DOHI
J. B. KEVINSKi•BRIN MUSIC •ERTORE.
gwasgia4, Owrat.t.t., MaLoisiess, nn elle
sorts made Insbtrtnatmlat •
Der Kevinikt to agent for de bereemty Stain
platalsg—Elotreera beast am se urdeltak.
No. * NORD PRINCE STREET, LANCASTER.
N.ll, For e Ilret Vat gook GeAg l odder an
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JAMES RLAPIC, "
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MILITARY AND NA AL , CLAIM AfIENT
No. 56 BoAst ,Kingrst., Lancaster,'Pa.
natir• didy lioepeed as a Claim Agent, ant
a large etperietum, prompt attentio
Will be girento the following obieemi of Claims:
PADUNTY: and PAY dwidblebarged lieldliers and
BigeN 9 4 l 4 •(aditional) to goldiereWlitkenlieted
for not ieee than! Or relate, on were honor*.
bly discharged for wounds reneived t
BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or
Palmate of 13oldiemmp dig ihn.12 , 4 e 1. re.
Prrigigi iniii i iingtrietiPat a d or
to their widows or children.
PENSIONkb fdr fathers and motlacm, 10v:others or
sisters or deceased soldiers, upon When; they
were dependent.• • • • • • • • I
PENSIONS and GRATUITIES for Soldiers qr
their Widows from Pennsylvania, in ,I, t he War
die Tlajnsters, Artificers and
tales! Orin. kloWerlifeetit:'
P Yd d
ue fot horses lost lip , the, .United States
fttfr altd iitioderilletisnal in
18 no ease
01 will °barges be numb, nide Sim Jimmy
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LIFE i N SURAIG.k (701f13A4iTY
ACCUMULATED . CAPIt'AL, 82,000,000,
After paying Lome to the anoint of 0,120,000
All the Surplus Dividend amongst the Policy
Holders every year.
THE ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY IN
THE CITT OR STATE.
For further information apply to •
JOHN .1. COCHRAN, Arm%
From "Father Abraham , ' Othae,
niteNtf] Lancaster, Pa
1 4 4110.01exa, June 25th, 1888.
El:wrens lix t yrusg., pr. nra; bi. 'Whiteside, the
enterprising Denthit, bite' purchased from '
large stock of teeth add sit the fixtures, the in
fOruments formerly , belonging to me, and also
those used by my - hither, Dr. Parry, in his prac
tice. In the puicobiteS, the &Octet bus provided
himself with some of the most valuable and ex
pensive instruniontel USW in 42ental practice,
Mabee begot* .4nl: one of PM Oast and lar
gest enlirtions tan h oto iStrutnents in the
State. Person s visit h g
of Dr. Whttesideosiiintit fail to be fully accom
modated. The DtToses no opportunity of
furnishing himse oe lf th °Very Me scientific
improvement in hisof basineis.
H. D. PARRY.
EASIT . XING STREET,
Next door to the court House, over rphnes
tookis Dry Goods Store, •
Teeth .Vxbaele4 ;without Bain by the UM of
(Nitnnut Ckcids) Gas.
DAVID 2l AIR. 11. W. 11116NIC.
BAIR .& SHEINK,
.31010TEXABT Ascriat OP Oinrras SqtrAss,
'O6 Noit, , 9x'lo STRItICT,
UNITLD STATICS BONDS. STOOK,/ GOLD,
P r ,na P P 149 4 441 ? Hi";
CoNaoyloaa andelirampatp. •
• • ' Ware* paid 011 Dapardia.
Joint iLicumwstozoar, ' '45
Voilkers SS •
.1i 1 • id i git*NYCLikalk3Otf at CO.
104e•r4iiis • ' -4904.1.
t 11111411,11. E. I. DISPOTi
1 1 4 111 1POSURG, PA..
W. H. EMMINOEB, a CO.,
; •••TIER BEST' AND 01111APNAT PUMA
JOB PRINTING DON
FATHER ABBAHAII OFFICE,
win lind it to their interest to give us a NAL
NEWSPAPER, BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
sgulaz , & DROTHEX '
HATTERS, • •
NO. 26 NORTH QVEEN STREET
Lateit st?ie FM and: Metal , EATS and Chits
(in an iroatittee atateelees. •
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We rare nee , 466E4 WV Limps. *ad
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Engine Robes, linen aitatiatiaadt gUdsom emu.
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• • )3raitiorrs ` l AND,W
Ka t i t i tertarg i all rir&auri=
articles in that Eno—
GLOBS, GAUNTLETS ang MITTS
14 1 .
• ID, Se., Ate
taitieV Fine Hi= Titte'nied Gloves, Gauntlets
' Mitts and Mott&
P mIE IVAIMEERS'and EA*
' .Furnishisig Goods, deo.
UNDICRCLOTKING, STOCKINGS, GLOVRS,
COLLARS, CUFFS, SLEEVE BUTTONS,
Ai Wast's ware geierally, at
*Li 1g NORTH QUERN ST., Lancaster.
lettlirargrigl er *ll
lUn i ti 4 :: ll 4l 7 =
Bohr ,IsohnppDte ker, Hem.
Ver PrlatU ° . ito l n i tattla t tase rmk ,
onnery atMlas ens
$ lO.l. JOST! Allt
(Om stAtrA l itt eb. aWkarly_
IS AT THE"
' SikTTIT QU,VEN STREET,
Two Doom North a Exprep:
ALt IN NV,AiTT
RAUCH & COCHRAN,
Hatiri Caps, , .Pura, tte,
WIN AND WEAR. .
.There's no novel road to greatness
Men must ever climb to fame;
•All the wealth in miser's coffers
Wouldn't buy a destblein name.
Is a noble goal before you?
Would you great achievements dare ?
• Brother, then be up and doing—
Brother! you must "Win and Wear."
TR4 sad labor—ueveracoßpigg,.
Till you make the prize, you; own,
." For you know 'tie " clottetatit dropping
Well* away toe hartleittstone."
never slack sublime endeavor,
Nor 'mid cheerless toll despair ;
_you'd ride above yens feliOws,
Mother t you must "W#4 and Wear."
tfi'Tia the lemon Nature twins,.
All throughout her wide domiiiit . 1
And the text from which the reaches
/s that labor leads $0 gain.
g, Morel worth and honest merit—
Brighter minis their ttnitterebs bear,
. Thee yea never our ialierit r -•
d. Bnotherl these you "Win to Wear."
TO.f,D OUT . Or SCHOOL
"First person flove, second, person thou
lovest, third person he loves, drawled
the head boy in the class. The next, a
little girl, took it up promptly: "Plural--
First person we love, second person you
love, third person they love."
"And we all love." • ,
The interruption " cam ii whisper,
loud enough to be heard all theroorn,
causing the older boys tri ensile and giggle;
and the teacher, Mies' Olive Burnett,
looked up quickly, glancing. along the
row of large scholars on, 6fie bock seat--
riiing men and 'Women for thiti-WaS a
country school, 'and 'in the *lnter. She
had come to look for trakible • front. that
quarter. Every day aome, fresh *weave
tion,, some new infringement of the.. rules
and offense against the discipline, made
it hard work for her, a girl of' eighteen„
to maintain her authbrity over those. forty
'turbulent spirits, constantly incited to in
subordination by the example . of, their
acknowledged leader, Scott Goldrioit,
He sat there, at the further end of the
bench, quite in the corner, a goodllooking
.ponng man of twenty, withaurly chestnut
hair and mutinous ourve of• the Up, with
bead bent low over his .slate, and fingers
busy in figuring Out 'some difficult Problem
in arithmetic. Thit Miss - Burnett' *as not
deceived by the apparently studious air,
and there was an undertone ..of resolute
determination in her voice es she
looking over the forty, faces lieibre her:
"These interruptions inuat •conie to an
end at onee, There:is:a point Where for- ,
imarance ceases to be a virtue and I.lhink
it has been passed. From t )ls time , out I
shall enforce every rule of the school. The
penalty fbr the next interruption of this ,
kind will be twelve etrokett of the ruler,"
carelessly balancing the strip of cherry.
woo* latter fingers., y • ~
The clear, bright. fli w n the" comer was
lifted for a moment; e dark, hazel eye ,
looked steadily into) Burnett* bilk
eyes; only a moment, the' space of a
breath; then the band went on :again
steadily with that endless; MSc of. figures
—Miss Burnett went on with her work.
Hard work it was, especially hard work
to-tley. dity long the vivid ftarlet
had burned in her &sets, making her
pasting lovely, while her tem • throbbed,
witltod". and owe( the /keling'
ne.r Amaral tonnii,.*oa • "what Made'
/14181113 d tt'a NMAtivo , r 7 " She . ' must
net Are tip though. • Vlstira Warta* muck
dependinttn, her for .Oak, ; A, 'Aelplwe
'theL 4 .
14 1 34 two the **tom hsr4l7, more
VAI dopeudeat. she'
r M &Tate Upon the nverwoitedoung
Whet." ' White' Mee 'etou be
disaster. . , -5; ,
• Ent she , Mast tea, :Would thogie
intearr ei t hassons, never the„figiiithedr
hhe n ' to.go home match*: • •
Wet urs of tolerable Order troliitiktb,..
-theidayls• work -wasinearly:enAid, '
gwbauslixighe might of , theirkeit loaitatinga
" %0 4, 04/ . ' 1 41 11 !P!Fg
eviir a a •
' 1 * fast a4 en* '0 - strairettler 'heart
ifitheduthert "(held -she muster 'soups.
'enough . ferule. , gook ,fitoldrink, the
oldestand largest boy thapiiiaap The
ht came at once that
,fi l _wtis unman
!), itildto try' her O. BM, right or
Wrong; her 'word' was passed and menet, be
.kept 4. her authoritywae Satalladiand Ml*
130,untintnined um or lost **ether. TO
falter now , was to, give upall. calling
irpp ill her nerve, though her Beat throb
'b , dfr.zily, she closed her books uietly,
disabused: the class; and laced the school
as she said, slowly :
"The soglehte.who whispered that list
time, will pleibb; forward."
_ r a was _d for ma Inagua*,
taut SCOtt 00W cif left hit seat walk
ed tip to where din young teacher stood.
No bbyligh mischief In- his manner now;
ao mocking deference; nosbade ofdefiance;
but v indeed, a quiet maciluees that was
*der to meet than. any brayado would
• ""Yon Can understand, Mr. Goldrick,
that tidal. not a pleasant duty to mea l
her voles steady, but lower than usual, so
low that some prho.were listening, did not
Catch the words at all, "You can under
stand that it is naPleasant for me to do
this, but my rule wad be respected."
For an•answerhobowed and . held out
his hand. They Imre nouuted out faith
twelve s trobes,
i s io tro w
i t ry no o szoilgi t o
he did, fOr hie. eyes leers' her
'dice a il the wilt* . 411 4'WhOn' theuhist one
rim who shall have borne the battle, and
Wow and his orphan, to de all which may
usd cherish a Just and a lasting peace
urselyes and with all nations."-4. Z.
was given he walked heft to his seat, a
little graver than, before, that was all,—
and the rest of the, scholars opened eyes of
amazement. • They had expected high
words and open defiance at the least. This
new gentleness • wile not fear ; they knew
that well. Fear and Scott GoNrick's
name never went together. If it was vol
untary submission to discipline, why they
might as well all yield too.
Miss Burnett heard him talking to some
of the older scholars outside the;door after
the roll was called end the school dismissed.
"What! resists lady? You'll never see
me do that : ißeeldee,ll, deserved the fe&i '
ruling for breaking the rules. I didn't
mean to interruptyou the last time though.
I'm piing away to-morrow to my uncle's
countingzhottse in C--.” Then the
door closed, ' awl Miss Burnett heard no
Going Way!' She said the words over
'and over to herself, sitting there with her
head laid down on the' table before her.
Going away! What. would . be do, miss
ingday by day tAis hrigbt fisenin the coniss.
and the . voice that, ctite '.otaggravationil
without number, *is still the' pleasantest
votes In Sheiworid , to bar. What should
she de* ' - •
The great pile of copy-books there on the
tabli were still untouched, when half an
our later some one opened the door and
me in ; some one whose step she knew
ell. Scott G►oldrick had come baek for
his a ooks and slate. But she did not lift
her head. lie stood before her presently
with the books en his arm and his hat in
"I am going away, 311 es Burnett, to
stay. Will you bid me good-bye?"
Still she did not look up or speak. He
," Have I offended you beyond all hope
of fore veness ?
She gavilim her hand at that.
" No, but--" `.
" Bus you are Melt, Miss • Burnett?" he
said, as he saw her face plainly, "You
are really sick. What can Ido cor you?"
She tried to smile. •
"It is only a, headache-I have had it
all day—and a touch of fever- with it, per
haps, nothing more."
You have been sick all day, and I have
been aggravating the life out of you," he
said; remorsely4 in his earnestness down
•ort one.knee beside her chair with a half
bold, half-shy grace. " Ihave made you
trouble constantly, not to -clay onlY, but
ever since yousams here to tacit. What
a brute you must AVAIL me 1 It was un
manly and cows "tad tis I did.. No,
youmust let me make Mt conthssion now,"
kissing the band she laid over his mouth
to stop him. "Batt,, Miss Burnett, you
are very ill," seriously alarmed now at the
sight bf her white [hoe and closed' ere; for
the self-control Maintained by Main force
all day,. and yip to this moment, had given
away suddenly, and weaker than a 'child
she sat there,_her breath coming In little
short geepst , .
Unused to women's .moods and " ways,"
he Was at a lbss.what to do. He had an
idea, though, that when a lady fainted,
cold Water was the thing, so he sprinkled
her thee with thaeupstandingon the table
within reach of'his hand, and; manlike, he
drew her headdown upon his shoulder.
She was not altogether unconscious, for
she made& weak movement to withdraw
herself from hie arm, but he whispered,
4, Trust me and lie Mill, will you stet, till
you are better?" conscious the while of an
odd, pleasant thrill at Ala heart, as her face
lay so near his own that he could have
touched it with hisjips.
had been, et, dcwen ypao, alder, he
Meet likely' have yieledir to the
plationand himea theroses. bank to her
obseiukhut thersiweajnst this lernt, bit of
. 1 9(kYildriKY. ys4 514 4**l4 1 topsides
heamil not los:t iny tke had Wee the
cant 'thha * ints, and heart
sailW him regre every lime hil.kuoked
hf • , ,• ,•
4 1 40400 914 tittlinfinbYTlO. soon
gAlie'ire ,was , fible $9 . 8 t pg without ! s upper.
wouldziotbitlllingbleinsie without her
either; thotigh ter to 10 him d o
voi• she Noulddoballs heniebf do said.
4 4 4.11eiling Ailtoitc4ol4o4 IP* his eyes as
M ,tO I 7 )B O , OTIZIAIit rs o "'F a 4 t o
itust a pMt*ielftle:"' • '
Usiiiuntibaiktulier It this, saying earn
betinif tfiand 004 . *bat you
4 14Yeik kboinOi tale the bas tlto Months?"'
" I ca n
igifieffidetoty your friend. ,,
Thai& inn foe•Jelint: KnoWing it, I
aluill.netearrlinwohimeelt troubled con-
AtvfllF. Wit} '
P 4 Nri •
tur never guessed mat, instead of a
troubled cteniciefibei he Was carrying Olive
Beftett , t heart a*ay with ilia.
ilk was seven. years before they looked
won each alien% fawn again. Such a long,
long interval. Those seven years had
changed Scott Goidrick int 6 successfei
business man, eteadiiy amassing his thous
ands, and alive to the brilliant, courted
young widow, Mrs. Loga4.
She had grown heartsick of teaching,
' and one day in a des mood gave it
up and married I f & Logan, the rich land
owner. Scott Gold ck, hearing of it in the
distant city Where he was living, said,
"Such a pity! She was a woman out of a
tho hat!u"sand, and deserved a better man than
Well Paul Logan was a better man than
Scott doldrick's words would seem to im
ply; and, better still, his gold brought all
comforts to the helpless mother until she
died, and a home and all the advantages of
wealth to tile little sisters. And now, with
her husband two years in his grave, Mrs,
Logan went freely into society again.
"Such a loving woman," men always
mid wins eylring of her. And Scott
Geidit* 'endorsed QIN verdict when he met
her sin reception one evening, and the
CASH RATES OF ADVERTISING
- •iY FAIVER ABRAVAN;
Ten lines of Nonpareil constitute a Square
O O ° J., 3 6
1 Week $ 75 sl4os 2 io ir3 30 $6 00
2 weeks... 120 180 270 4 50. 8 00 ,
3 weeks... 150 220 3 30• 5 00' 10 00
1 Month.... 175 2 80• 3 901 7 00t 12 00'
2 months.. 275 4 09. 600 10 00 20 00
8 months.. 400 8 00' 900 15 00 80 00
6 months.. l 7 00 , 11 00 1 , t 8 50, 25 00 40 00
1 year 12 001 20 00! 80 00 , 40 00: GO 001
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ALL KINDS ov JOB PRLNTING executed
with neatness and despatc)i.
hostess,supposing them to be unacquainted
sthe Olive Burnett of seven years
ilto who smiled up at him, as she said to
re. Lake, "Mr. Goldrick and I are very
' o d friends.'" .
"You remember pie, then," he'said, as
he led her a way.
"t never forget, o siatithesweetly grave
'But somehow, even with this flattering
lunginning, ! they did not, pens to me t ke much
progress in the reneWILI di' 'their 'old ac
quaintanceship. Meethigoften as they did,
et-party =Wu& weeplikmaratrommestand
theaims,andnpiew ;: i gi tt ruk, always an
undefinable somdillif , OM* between;
and it was quite at the close of the winter
r t,W, collireaorniast pp Mre. lowan
.1.04, iii4o 1 i alien befibroleavip -Own,
Scott 601 rick ingered'a momen t, as he
bowed over her hand at parting, to say
half"n= did kil sainsel eeeoot,
l to hou o:
se? 7 9
i i ntif
" Yes, I remember. lam oing out there
1 cvor n rtmgas u p o t
t itn t ar w .ol e
It was in the flatlet Of August heats that
Mrs. began, 'peeing a 'lying visit to Rye
field,' procured the key ofthe old school
house—empty now for summer vacation
--and Walked down there alone one after
noon to look at it.
The door swung rustily on its hinges as
she entered and looked curiously about. It
was not the cleanest place in the world, for
a coat of dust, raised by the last sweeping,
had settled over everything; . but the rough
coated walls looked as familiar as ever, and
the glazed maps hanging there, and the un
painted benches. It was in that corner
that Scott Goldrfck used to sit—and re
membering, a tide of recollections rushed
over her, and she sat down In the low
backed Chair and laid her head down upon
Ate Rine , table, Prates she had done that
evening more than seven years before.
Sittingthere buried in thought, she did
'lust'liken* the, footstep that crow, the
thres liefd--thite paused there at the door,
and then cattle to her, whiles voice said :
" Miss Burnett, lam going' away. Will
you bid nie ,goe'd-bye?"
She looked up with a little cry—to meet
a pair of clear, hazel eyes, to see before her
a bright handsbme face, and heavy waves
of chestnut hair.
"You really here, Mr. Goldriokl I Gould
gamut believe ,that :tile ; old days had come
' "Yfriu tesed td call me Scott; then," he
said signlfiCantly,coming round and kneel
ing on one knee beside her chair. "You
are not palenow, so I shall not sprinkle
your face with water," glancing at the
cavi t y cup standingthere oa the table,
" but I should like to lave your head on
my Shoulder again."
She made a movement to rise, but he de
" Don't beoffended, Olive," he said earn
estly. " I made confessions of my sins
that nig ht ; let me make another confession
now. I think I began' to love yoh that
evening, but . I was a hoy;,l know now that
I love. you. , Your dice liaa always been
before me as the sweetest and finest in the
world. You sent me away frqm you then.
Don't be so cruel again. I wit* to stay
with you , always, alive. I *ant to be
your husband. May I?"
For answer sheput, up her white hand
and drew his head down uponher shoulder.
And the brown walls. must have opened
eyes of astonishment, if eyes they had, to
see SOU Ooldrick kissingg the blushing
little. wernim. You see when a map falls
in love for the first time at twenty-seven
he is apt to be desperately in earnest.
And in the gathering gloom nf Weight
they looked the door of the Schoolhouse be
hind them and tinned their stare home
ward, pot, tesior awl pupil. now, but
1 Plighted huisban iind wife.; , ,
AZ IVt A DIFFICULTY
ft fosse rrgin*
1,1 etProTtlifr _vd as on a
visit to , his maternal gra'ndlkthisr, who is a
laadheklar.in qhio. Onods_y_attermaing
NOir .4 4,4 tflobWhit:telfsi.id be
d reseed with t reit ono les
t theke, tea is ðer
awn 4uttlie givihow' n tallier the
huh of niarge walnut tree. On the war
Vie Wow, yji,th tie philmophy which
fesakeßf kri:} l lPnesl7 9 04•
riaid" who do all these' *Odds and
!fields belong te 1 111
itlPfho , Sot said the matter offaohgentle-
".No, sit,v Ampiatically responded the
child, Miner; belong to end."
I The wandfathersnit), nothing , till they
reached the richly laden tree, when he
" Well, my boy, Whim does thistree be
long to PI
, This. was a poser, and for a moment the
boy hesitated ; but eastiug a longing look
upon the nuts, he repined :
"Well, grandpa, the tree belongs to God
bat the nuts are ours."
Fan fast. I am independent.
Fan slow. lam engaged
Fan with right han u reiront of face.
Fact with left hand in front of your
dice. Leave me.
Open and , shut. Kiss me.
Open wide. Love.
Open half. Friendship.
win the Am. Can I see you home?
Fan by ht cheek. Yes.
Fart by cheek. No.
To carry , in the left band. Desirous of
Carry with handle to lips. t will dirt
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