The post. (Middleburg, Snyder County, Pa.) 1864-1883, November 24, 1881, Image 1
t)j column one year, tftiUK) One-half, column, ono year 80.00 One-fourth column; one year, liVH) One square (10 line) I insertion 78 iTt additional insertion, 10 trofesstoii.il itnd BimIiipss cards ol not more than 9 lines, per year, ' 6.00 Auditor, Executor, Administrator nail Assignee Notices, 2.50 Editorial notice par line, IS All transeiont advertising lets than I mouths 10 cent a line. All advertisements for a shorter pe riod than one year are payable t ih time they lire ordered, ami it not paid .he person ordering tliom will oe nohl sponsible fur the mane v. Poetfy. THEB00KS OF THE BIBLE. . In (jlfnesls the world began, 'Twas then that God created man. In Eiodrts the law wan glvon, A Israel's guldo from earth to heavn. lievltlflud, from Levi' name, , Th tribe from which the priesthood tatmei Then Numbers tells ftlioUt tho way What God would have us do and say. Deuteronomy, which mentis "twice told,', The truth, once,, learned, must ne'er Krow old. Then Joshua came, In M.we.-t' place, When Law hail fulled, Uod brought lit (trace. . He next by Judges Israel ruled; lllil love toward them never cooled. And then, the story sweet of Rath, Foreshadows very precious truth. In Samuel First we read of 8ul The people' KIiij hlsrlsa ami full. In Seoond Samuel then we hear Of David man to Uod so dear. In First of Kings the glory filled The temple Solomon did build. And Heoond Klnirs records the lives Of Prophets, Iti-igs, their sj.h and wives. . In First of Chronicles we're shown The house of David and his throne. And Second Chronicles reeerd King Solomon's good deeds and words. Then Ezra built God' house again, Which hud for long in ruins lulu. And Neheiulnli builds the will ' Round Judith's City, great and tall. Then Esther, Jewish maid ami wife, Knifed up to save her people' life. And Job his patience sorely tried At In t God's dealings Justified. Then comet the lhiis, whoso sacred page fx lull of truth for tvpry nge. The Proverbs, which the wise man fcpuktt Fur all who will their teaching take. I'crleslnstes show how vain 'i he very best of earthly galrt. Tim Song how much wo need to prize The treasure s;t above the skies. Isaiah, first of prophets, who IV retells the future of the Jew. Then Jeremiah, soonied by foe, Yet weeps for faithless Israel's wo is. The Lamentations tell, In part, The sadness of this prophet's heart. Kzeklel tells, in mystio story, Departing and returning glory. Then Daniel from the linn's den, Hy power Divine, is raided again. Hosea shows the father's lk-art Bogiieved for bin on tiprultu's part. And JoeJ tells of Judgment near: The wicked nations quake and fear. Then Amos, from theherduien gent. Culls hurdoiiod sinners to repent. In Obadlah, Edom's fall Contains a warning word to all." J'inah, though prophet of the Lord, et lied to Tarslilsh from his won!. Then Mioah sink's In sweetest lavs fTUe glory of millennial day. nd Xahum tolls the foar and gloom f .Nineveh wul of her doom. labhakkuk, though the fig-tree fail, mitb and trust In God prevail. hen Zephanlaa tells of eraoe. nd love that oomeslu Judgment' place. "d Haggal In the hitter day "peats, "Consider well your ways." , t Zuehwluh'i wondrous book i And eight vision, if we look. hen Malaohl, the last of all, Peaks iL,n tin iu.,iv n o I e o t T n, I JE SKELETON OF MRS. FITZ JAMES. ' Molligan wu lolf made Pi d4 he aJwayi boasted that be I not "born with a silver tpoon mouth ,"yt, with the Ioood joQoy of hnmaa nature, wbeo be fjn wealthy,'.' h obanged tbe 'n name of Mulligan to that of 1 Jtuee and called hi flood wife. J Aoo, M at iaoua. warm ' ifteruooo," Mre. FiU . - h uBjr iuuwiis iriaBUi ur. U 14 L.. .-!- 1 l r,' wore altlisa Id tbe ffarden Utieoool breeze. - Suddenly f ill i I ItW IPX VOL. 19. tbe sound of a fish horn wti bniyd, nnJ Mrs. Filz James' florid complex ion ashamed a ghastly pallor. Mr. Seymour inquired if she wis ill. Sho replied tlint sho wan in oxceU lent health, but a aound of a fish bora always aiTooted bur unploasaot- A Iho wtll-known cry of "Mack erel," mat heard, her agitation he-. came painful to itnoas, nu.l nhe im plorod bcr friend to accompany her to the drawing room, There was evulunUy A mjstory cooncctod with the lish-boi u. The next morning Mrs. 1'itz James arose very early i by seven o'clock she was sitting iu the gnr len. Once more she board the mournful cfy. " m ickoral 1 ' drew ncnr'or aod n oar or. notil a fish cart stood buforo the door. The vondor looked np snd bo- buld tho portly for.n of Mi. Filz James. Then he npproaohe 1 the bo tn, "My sietor Mary Ann, Iy jingo 1" "Bill Stokos,' was the answer, in tones of agony, "for mercy sake dou't spoak so loud I You may bo overheard." And suppose I am ?" was tho to joinder, ".D'jt you are not pleased to see me. Eersiuse my arrival in Liverpool 1 bavo boon trying to discover where it was you lived and now I have succeeded you np pear to bo ashamed of your brotU tr." It ia trno," wai Iho reply of Mrs. Fitz Juuios. "that wo are iclativcn, but are our sioiil robitions- I aiu wealthy, oud have fusbionablofiionds who would cut my acquaintance if they kuuw of my low origiu ; there fore, I implore you novor to sell fiU iu this neighborhood, or to blow your horu iu thi stiuut t for Ihu blood curdlos in my brain ecry time I bear tho aif.il sound. Tika this fivo po.ind uote ; I will iy you tho samo amou-it weekly if you prom iso novor to. bjtiuy oar relation ship." "Kcet) your mousy, woman 1" was th'e indignant reply. "I am not am bitions to claim kiudrud with snob a cold-horn to.l wretch. It is tnn, I nm not u guutlomuu I lut rumom br, althor.gh you are rich, you oro not a lady. If ever you become poor, your refined friend m ill not associate iLh yon. aud you n.ay jot bo glad to acknowledge tho fish ven der ns jour. b iotl.i'1." Bill Stukj thou dcpoitod, nud tnuob to Mi. Filz James' disgust, blew Wit horu with renewed vigor, nud criol ".1iokuiul," iu loudur tones thiiu ever. rivsperity Lad LardcoGd Mrs. Fitz Jumo' heart i jot her consci ence rcproachud her when she re flected that she bad disowned bur brother, whose only siu wau that of being a coHtermou"cr. But she was fusuiouablo nod it wa 8 impossible for her to acknowl edge such a low connection. If was vtry sultiy and Bill Stokes was exhausted wheu Lis day's work was over. As be approached his bumble dwolliug be blow a loud blast on bis born but now it Was a weloomo sound, for it announced to bis wife and child the comiug of the cue they loved, .But the father missed tho little luce at the window that alwuys greeted bim. His heart sauk as be opeued the door, for bis wife was bending over tbe sick led of the boy. He lost all bope when his wife whispered that the child was suffering front that dreadful malady, dipbthoriu. lie endeavored to appear cheerful, sat down and tried to eat i but tbe food oboked bim, and be pusbod tbe plate away. "Nellie, my girl,'' be said, "what shall we do 1 We must have a doo tor for our child. Sickness brings many many expenses i but, although I am poor, I am too proud to beg. "If yon oould only find your th ter Mary Add, 1 am sure she would belp ns," waa the wife's reply- . "Nellie, I bave found my tlutor," waa tbe answer, "and she offered me money not to acknowledge her as my own flesh and blood, tibe is ashamed of my occupation, and has not tbe moral courage to acknowl edge the, Ssb vendor a her broth r. Tbe gentle woman endeavored to eonsole.bur husband, and persuade I bim tu tke tha rest be su lunoh re- 'qnirevL Tbe poor cauuot all'ord to MIDDLEBUKG, SNYDEll COUNTY, Indulge idlo tfriof, for I boy imlst ca o their daily bread and tho mother kept her lonely vigil by the bedside of ber child, aod prayed the long hours of tho night away. im ptoring Moaveu to spire bar little oue. A few days passod I the child was convalescent i bis mouth became parc'jod t be cried for fruit, an I re quire! d lintio whic'i tho poor can uot obtaiu. The mother, utialilo to gratify tho littlo sulT. tcr, implored him to he patient until his father returned. Although 60 young, poverty ba l 'taught the boy self control, and ho was silent. Onco again tho noun 1 of tho fl-fli- horn was hoard. Tho child's face brighlonnd. IM1 Slokes approached the bo 1, Tiny snni ouoircled bis neck, and a feeble voice askud for an orango. Tho father shook bis head iu silent despair, for it had been aa unlucky d iy and ho was without a pouny. flo thought of Iho lost resources of the poor-thoj pawnbroke. II) gave a busty gl.nce' around tho room. Everything of valuo bad disappeared. A small, j feverish hand was thrust into hU Aud a young hero assured bim that ho no longer wished f jr an orango, because the last ono win sour. It was tho child's Gist untruth. The anguls wept in pity, and couceal tho sin for tho molivo was noble. The mother bccaiua desponlo. frido, elf respect, all were forgot ten, or sick boy was suffering for necessaries. Shu iinplored bur hm bnud to sutk uaaistauca from Mary Ann. ' If a gift from bor would save my own lifo 1 would not accept it," was the father's answer, "But I will de grade myself for tho fciiLe of the child," Bill Stokes Ira IgV 1 many a weary ufilo before tho fashionable tesidence was I'cuchod. As he wua about to I ins tho bull he noticed that tho blind) wore dra.ve. I'oitulu l vis iti 1 tho in i is l. Til i sj''v i it in forme 1 him th it it woul I bo iiu possible for liiiu to sua Mrs. Fi.t James, a s'n wu j lit j piuatiafud by the losl of her child. Misery rotidurud B!1 Stuke 'des perate, ile pushed tho asto.un.led menial away, and entered tho great druwiuj room. . His sister ruisul hnr tear -stained face an 1 bo'ield bur brother. Ho was pd .1.19 d'Jlth. M rtf llt'l'lU hud ciiuplnlely broken his spirit, o nppro.ichod her with respect and a. I diessod hoi' as Mrs. Junes, llo told her t'mt hU eliil 1 wu re covering liom diptluirit, but that tho boy was sinking for want of ucc eNSirie. Aud than ho wai silent. Natnio triumphed over fashion. A repentant sister throw bor arms around tho poor coaturmongor'd neck. "Oh, Bill 1" said Mrs. Fitz Jamos; 'I've been puuished for my prido, for I have been deprived of my child. Hereafter, 1 will only value monoy acoording to its worth. To morrow I bury my little one. Co mo to tho funeral, aixl by your presouco ooavioco mo that you bavo forgivou my udnaturul conduct. Do uot fret, for the boy shall have all that be requires. To-night I will sou J bi n a basket filled with all the delicacies necessary for an invalid, I am still ashamed of your occupation, but now it is an honost shame. I feel degraded when I reflect that I am rolling in afilaonoo, and yet allow my only brother to hak fish from door to door. Your future shall be my care. And yon shall be tho owner of as fine s fish store as there is in tbe city, The souud of tbe fish born no longer affected Mrs. Fitz James, The cry of "Mackerel I" failed to discompose ber j and bor fashiona ble friends have never discovered what was Hie skeleton of Mrs. Fitz James. Don't argue with a fool, o r listen ers will say tbere are two of you. Tbe wise man never makes tbe same blunder twioe. . When two rival . oyster-oponerS get together there is likely to be an equiknocksUell atorm, "Uncle," said a boy aa be etood lookiug at a spockled tro ut this fish bus got tbe measles, basu't it t" A Colorado itom t "Arizona Jack," one of the.tjpe of dims uorel heroes that are entirely too common, at tempted to "ran tbe town," aud is oow running a auall IA iu tbe ooine I"' , . . . B . '. 1 . . Spoopendyke'4 Bib. Dim that (Jetitlcman llchmel on Via Om'Imoh of an AlUUn to the i'arn iy. , "Well, Well, well," said Mr. Spoopondyko, with a grin that in volved bis whole head, and ail' effort at n tip-toe tread that shook tho whole boiiBO, "and si it's a girl, my dour." -lrs, Spiopnndyko smiled faiutly and Mr, Spoopunlyko picked np bis huircF.8. ' It's the imngo of you,-' Bbo a i! 1, rcgrirding with some trrpidaliou Mr. Sponpondjko's method of hand ling tho infant. ' I dou t 'oo how yon mnlto that iont) B!li,i Hpoopendyke gravely. "I don't know when my noso lookod liko the thumb part ol a boiled lob ster clav. 1j I utiJorstinl you that my eyes boar any rrn jmblauco to t,ho bead of a screw f" 'I moan tho gjnoral foatnroa," iniurmuro I Mr. Spoopnnlyko. .-The general features seem to be .,. oJ M, a,v.(,OI1. - 41 dyko, examining bis acquisition. "If our general features aro at all aliko, my visago must remind you of an earthquake Hi 1 kitchoe 1 kitcheo ! What mukes bur fold her fold bor logs like th it t" "Slio cau't help it," rciisono 1 Mrs. Spoopondyke. "They'll straightou out in tiiiij." "No time liko tho prosint," quot ed Jr, Spoopondyko, and ho took his daughter's foot and commoiicod pulling hor legs. "I don't want any bandy-legged first in this family while I'm at tho head of it." .Naturally the buhy began to cry aud Mr. Spjopjn lyke esiayod to soothe it. "Hi I kilchoe I kitcheo ! kitchoe eo-co r be chirruped. "Great Scott, what a caveru I Any idea how much this mouth weighs Hi 1 kitchoe ! uiteh-o-o 1 Vou'll hiivo tj got that inoiilh rootol in h..f..rrtoll w.-nHi. er. Whit' tho mallur with bor, anyway t" . "Forliaps yon li'irt Imr. take her, plea-te," plea lod Lit mo helplutiS Mis. Spoopotid j ke. "She is doing well cfio'),h. Hi ! you 1 Mol l up! Haven't yotl nuy thing to catch this mouth in It's apilling all over tlio neighborboo 1 lit! Topsy. (leuovieve, Cluopatrn, dry up ! I'm g ii-g to l.avo trou'ilo breaking th is young ono's temper, I can see that. JL ro ! bend the oth er wny ouno I" and Mr. Spoojien Jyko tried to stiaigldon op his off spring, wit hcut uvuil. "Let hor coiuu to mo, d., please, moaned Mrs. Spoopondyko, Mr. iSp lopeudyke wis forced nnd hand hor over. "Well, that's a quiet biby," said he, nurslug his knoe nnd eyeing tlio iufaut. "What are tho.e bum'ia over its eyos for t What prepou doranco of iutolligoooo d i they rop resent 1" "You musu't talk so," reraonstral' ed Mrs. Spoopon lyko," "lio is the handsomest child you over saw." "Well, she's go to stop biting her naiU buforo she g ooS any further with this processiou. Here, tike your bauds out of your mouth, can't you ? Why dou't you put her bauds down T" "Why, all babies dj that," explain ed Mrs. Spoopondyko. "1'oa cu't stop that." "I'm going to try," said Mt. Spoopondyke, and I don't want to be interfered within bringing this child up. Here, ou, Maud S. Bonosottor, put your bands in your pockets I Dou't let mo see any more nail-chewing, or you and I'll got mixed up iu an argument. She guts that from your family, Mrs. Spoop ondyke." "Say, dear, don't you want to go and order some things V asked Mr Spoopeudyke. ,"No," rejoined bor husband, "I want to see this youngster. Where's ber obin f Do babies always bave their upper jaw set right on their shoulders Kitaboe I kitoheel. nor soalp comes oloar to tbe briJge of ber nose. I doa t believe she's quite right. Where's ber forehead 1 Qreat Moses I Uer bead is all on the baok part I day, that babys got to bep reused. That's no shape." "Get away," exclaimed Mrs Spoop eudyke, indignantly. "She's quite an angel. There's nothing in the world the matter with her. ' "Oloomse you know," Mrx J Spoupendykei "ion don't wol aa) ting ra-netbant fog" bora and ralasjitJut uppropriatiou to be l'A., NOVEMBER 24, 1881. NO, 17 n rrplian asylum. If I bad yonr faith and tho oolio I'd mako a living ns a foundling's homo 1 ' She 11 bo old enough to up ink la a wook, won't she V "No she wont !" ai 1 Mrs. Mpoop endyko. bho'll never bo old enough lor lint." "I'll hot aha will," gruntol Mr Sponpondjkn, "if sho isn't she'll get it beforo nhn matures up to that pe riod. That' all. Let me lake ber. Here , let's have her," But Mrs. KpoopenJjko flallj' re fused. "ICcn; your dod gaslod baby, then 1" roared Mr. Spoopenbyko. "Ifjou knov mora about libio9 than I d j, thoti keep hor. Th'j w ty you co l lie her ono would think sho w is now pasto for tho complexion. If you ba'l ono inoro brain and n handlo jouM mako a fair raltlo box ! Fit up with a brokvi sol'i on 1 a gronso ppot you'd do for a fcooond ban Inursery." And Mr. Spoopondyko MartodolT to find bin friend Hpeeklewotlhi, who cougra.tulalcd him. aud stin ted off with bim to as'iist in tho selection of un overcoat and a pair of ear-mud as prpcaulionary against tho ap proaching wiutur. (Vo(iy E ij'.c. Ai Obstinala Brida. Tlio other eight a young man from Northern Arkausas and a young lu ly from the suutliren p irt of the -SI iL- met nt a hotel lu this city u I wfre married. Alter tin? curo.UJuy tho youtig mm wont out and sat in fruit uf tho hotel while hi wile went up t tho room usxignoJ as the bri ld olirt liber. "fiiis thing of potting nnrrie.l in a lilo-long busiuosn," he sai 1, u 1 lress ing a mau who li.i i just Leon divorc ed from his wilo. "I reckon you hivo fou'id it so," ho a 1 I 'd, to a single man. "Wall, I tecknu I'll go up. Piud if don't sartor ha'.e to go IIP thur, to). But I novor W41 a Ice rod of a wunnu. He wout up uu 1 rnppod at the door. "W.iO is (Lore ?" JeiuunJod l!u & Il'n mo." "Who i mo V "Dou't j'uu recognise my talk, hooey ?" "N-, I don't." "It n your own wi lo awnki auJ living husband. Letiueiu.' "lio away Iroui I'nat door ; you i-ll ill Dot ono iu here. I a.u nut uu quaintod with yoa yet." "Siy let me in. Them fellers d iwu i-tair air liiuhiug at me. . Jlfif.it lift, .l.i.ir f it I'.il i.l.ittt I "i v " " -..-r.. and 'ond ha ynwuel hkj a man Wiitiu Ul u ui.,11. l.i-li, "Thought you said that yon. wore wiJo awuko t" "I was a while o;f, hut I'm pow erful !eepy now. Say, in n't you goin' to open this door " "No 1 oiu'i." "Why did ycu marry me ? ' "'Came I wanted to." "Wall, why don't you K-t mo iu t" "Cause I dou't want to." "AH rixht el 1 gal ; I'll she!) out fur homo and leave yoix to pay the hotel hid I never eod tho woman that could pull tbo wool over my eyes." Tho lateb clicked aod tbo door opooed. Tho hotel bill had frighten. I'd her, "It won't do for a womaa to buck ain me, lemiuy toll you, lur t wa raised ut tbe cros-roiid 4, uu' wont to mill early." -Little Hock Gazette. The Priio Liar. During the triul of a case in the Common .fleas at. Newbury port, Mass., on Jonday, a witness was aeked by the district attorney. "Diju't yoa boast, whon you livod in Boston that you were tho great est liar in that whole oily 7" The witness looked wise fer a moment or two before be answered t '"Ob, I know what you tueau. You see I went into, a room oue oigbt, and found half a dozen fel lows who seemed to be telling sto ries. Says one of tbem, 'Here's , he'll take tbo mouey. ' 'What mon ey f ; asked, 'That quarter ou tbe table,' was the answer i .'the man that tells the biggost lie takes it.' I merely remarked that ' I shouldn't try for it, as t never told a lie iu my life, aod they give me the quarter I . It will pay every body to examine the immense Stock of Furniture for sale by the Popular lpuittiture muU W. U. FELIX Lewlatowii fat . Somes Foolish Thing, Talking slaogi l'raising yourself Wearing tight shoes, Tramping for a living. Borrowing uowspapcr. 'Jetting mad at nothing. Kissing poo. lies in public, Living beyond your income. Trying to "cram" school children. H'.ecpiug awuy thoeuly tuoiulng hours. Hunting for white-handed em ployment. Counting your money beforo it enrned. Trying to do business without ad vei tiiin , M irryin nmin for hi splendid momtue'io. 1'udorsing noto for fiiou U an 1 acqnaintaneoa. Thinking it dju't pay t econo mize in trnles. Flaying the gallant to every wo man but jour wife. I'i.tpocting to bavo money without working for it. Leaving oil' heavy flannels loo car Iy in the season. Waiting your amilei oa every man but your husband. Lonuing a'l nuiVella without bid ding it an etei n il a lei t. Exposing your ignoraiifo by pre tending to know everything. Moping through life when its jlt us easy to daneo through it. Getting miriud in livohasto and rcpontiug at dead leisure. Judging a man by tho cut of his coat or a woman by tuo sua l joi u-r complexion. Euvying other poiplo their wealth wheu you might bo hoard.ng a pile f . if np lor JOUrxelf. l..iM.'i, ... I A a wvtinj hvirnrtiwtli lu.f.trA vnn Un 1 -n- luueh slin nni I for llinm iuiu u siio pan ior mora. Joining si tinny lo lges and - j wu church societies that you bavo no titno to become acpuiatod with your family. Turning up your noo nt ordinary ways of earning an honest liveli- hoo l. and waiting for somo gouteel job to turn up. du nning at tho owhnin t'nt lpeiutio you como of rcpectable ' jc k, you v tr. t die in tho poor house, if yon fail to 'provide more comfortable i'i irtcra tlsowhero. .14 my '.-... It s A'l R tjnt. A cilieu of Mroit .Vicliigan avoutie grocery entered a tlio other a private day au 1 s ii.1 ho war.ic 1 word with the propri-t ir. When jthey had retire J to tuo dot hj be gun : "I writ timikj oifessin aud j reparation. K't you re ui n'ior cf I toy buying sugar hero two or thife (days ngo '" "I do." "Well, iu paying for it I wnkol off a couutei ft.it ijuater on the clerk. It was a lueau ti ick, aud I came to tender you goo 1 money," "0'.i, dou't uieutiju it," replied tuo groeor. "Hat I want to make iti i,-ht." "It's all i"ht till right, I.M1AIV u'lit iittij.l tltfi il 1 1' t iti rn ti a and that afternoon when your wife .1 - 1 1 1 I ; II 1 i seui tiowu a uoiiar uui una wanioa a can of sardiues I cave her that bad quarter with bor change. Dou't let uiinf i 1 nllUlUil yonrconsoieuce trouble you at all it's all right." Tho short crop will make a cornet on tobacco, nud some speculative dealers will bit j off more than thoy thoy can cheu. A littlo boy was nsked by bis mother to take a powder that she had prepared for bim- "Howder ! powder 1" said be. "Why mother, I'm not a gun. What animu! took Iho tuott lug- gago iuto tho ark, aud which took the least f The elephant, who took the trunk i while the fox aud -the rooster bad only a comb and a brush between them . A teuoher asked the smuttest boy in tbo class t "Who was it that said "It is not good for a mau to bo alone 1" Tbe lad answored , "Daniel, sir j when be was in the lion's doa " "Come, Ituberl. gdt up," Said a father to bis son, tbe other morning. "llemeiuter that it is tbo early bird that catches the worm," 'Wbat do tare for worms f" re plied thejoaog hopeful. "Mother -fiwou'Hetme go a Ashing." -i - , miig post. Published every Thursday Evening JfiHEMIAU OnOUSE, Prorf Terms of Subscription, TWO DOLLAIW 1'EK ANKl'M. Tay. able vidiin six months, or ii'.Mifnot pnid within the year. No pnper die continued until nil r?rrearnres are pnid unless nt the option of the pub usher. Bubseriptlon nntxido of the Cotintf V.VYAIII.K M ADVANCB. K9rersina lifting and using papers vldroi'cd Vo others beeoinestibscrilifirs and are liable fortho price nfthepspef A TriHa Mixai A fnaional.ls young lady visilo 1 S) cookiug ec'iool tho other nftornoon, whero her ntlcntion was oqnnlly di vided bet vecn a noy dress worn by an arqtifiititnnco and tho directions for milking a cuke, npnn returning: bo-no hIio nn iTtjok to writo don thoi'cci,io for tho cake f.ir her moth er, nnd tho old lady as pnrulyxeit when sho re id. "I'akotwj pouod of ll inr, ten rows of pleating down the f.-ont, tho wbit'M of tw-r.gl cut bias, a pint of milk ru ll I arsaud tho neck, half pound of c irraols with seven yurdi of boi l trimming grated lemon peal will) Spanish laco lichu, stir wu!! aud a 1 1 a a eni filing paletot with visito sleovos, butter tho pirn with Brazilian topia cccMnco, garnihh with icing and j ilto I piso meutiric, bi.ke in a lUDdoralely hot over until tho ovMhkiit is tucked from Iho waist down on cither aido ond finish with large falin bowa." 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