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A WAR REMINISCENCE.
A HEROINE’S CAREER.
And Dorothy began to watch for
; the night, till we see what is to be
A Jefferson City, Mo., item
j KTER, j done. He is the only neighbor on his coming, and if by chance some
Among the most notable of recent
Anna Meeker died at her boarding
that side of the landslip, and is so thing detained him at home, how house, in the northwestern part of fashions in large dogs is the St Ber Col. E. T Wmgo, the repn x'ntati
from Dwt county, has a soldierly j
I' bc pbiktobh . charming that you need not mind go long the day seemed and how unin the city, last Saturday morning, after nard, which has almost suddenly
ing to him; it is, indeed, the only teresting everything was. At first a very brief illness, of pneumonia. pushed its way to the foreground. In pearance frank manner, and the lu
she justified it to herself by the The life thus ended was one of the England it is fast supplementing the esty of purpose and knowledge of t
thing to be done.
thought of her friendship for him—a most tragic, and yet most heroic collie, which has ruled as a prince wants of his people which go a lo
In great haste, your loving aunt,
M ary N ewton ” friendship which had ripened quickly order. It was patiently lived, and its favorite ever since the Newfoundland way towards making a useful legist
THE CATASTROPHE OF A MASHER
The coachman had also given Hugh in the peculiar circumstances of sharp termination, though sad enough dog was dethroned, and perhaps as a or. Theeolonel says that by a sou
their meeting; but little by little, as was one of its most grateful, points. result of this English fancy the de what mistaken representation, he I
Lambert a note.
A toin-cat sat on a back-yard fenca
With an aching heart and a soul intense,
■‘1 was to have left it at Leyton, time passed, and she had been at Every one remembers the Ute out mand for St. Bernards in this city is been given the credit or discredit
Rigged out in style in every sense
sir,” he said; “but I heard you was Priirton nearly three months, it break a little more than two years growing. “It is but lately that dogs having kiled Gen. Lyon at Wilso
dawned upon the girl that the feel ago, in which Agent Meeker was of this kind have been asked for,” said Creek. Col. Wingo was in comma
j coming by this train.”
He «at alone in his faultless attire,
Lambert glanced at the contents, ing she entertained for Hugh Lam murdered. The girl who died last a prominent dealer to a reporter for of the Frst regiment. Seventh di
And his bosom burned with a sacred tire
bert was something more than mere i Saturday was Agent Meeker’s daugh The Mail and Express "but they are sion, Miswuri State Guard, the t
As he watched for his love, his only desire— and then turned to Dorothy:
“Your aunt has kindly trusted you friendship. She fought against ter. For some time previous to her very scarce. Only people of means gade being commanded by Gi
i to me; so now you won’t mind accom herself with all the strength of her father’s appointment to office, the can afford to own them, for they range AIcBride, under Gen. Price. C
He was musing upon his lonely lot,
panying me home, will you?” he nature; she could not bear to prove I family had been in closely straight in price—mind, I speak only of the Wingo txik part in the battles
And he said to himself, “She cometh not,
false to her own theories and traitor ened circumstances. Anna had been genuine breed—from ¡$500 to $3,000. Springfield, or Wilson's Creek, D:
What a terrible heartache I have got—
“I think it is you who ought to to her favorite; but finally she felt the employed in a tent and awningmaker’s Even puppies sell for $200. Now, wood, anc was dreadfully wounded
the right shoulder during the sit
“How terribly lonescmel feel! How queer j mind,’’was Dorothy’s answer. “I am struggle was hopeless, and made up establishment at Denver, where the there is a fine 18 months old fellow,"
| afraid we shall be giving you so much her mind to keep her secret securely amount of labor she was obliged to he said, as a large, splendid-looking and suneider of Mulligan at L
To be sitting alone with nobody near—
Oh, how much I wish Maria were here—
| trouble. It is very good of you.”
locked in her own bosom.
perform was unduly large in propor dog walked majestically into the room. ington. Regarding the death of Ly
A minute later she was seated
AVhile gathering primroses one tion to the amount of money she “That dog knows as much as a ma at Wilson’s Creek, Col. Wingo is
“The thought of it fills me with horrible j beside him in the dog-cart, spinning sweet spring afternoon Dorothy received for performing it. \\ hen jority of men. I have a regular bed the opiiion that he was killed
along the dark roads into what was heard a step crushing the dead her father took charge of the agency, for him, and at night he puts his head shots lird from his regiment. 'I
I should smile, I should blush, I should wail, | to her an unknown country.
leaves and saw Hugh coming toward | she decided to go there with him. on a pillow. I cover him up with a point where Lyon was killed was
I should shout,
Dorothy was very tired, and was her.
| One of her friends, an elderly gentle blanket, and he sleeps just like a baby. what ha: since been called “Bloo
Just suppose some fellow had cut me out-
thankful to reach the house and be
•■ I want to speak to you,” he said. man, now living in Washington, Worth much? I asked $2.000 for him, Hill,” fr m the great slaughter tl
handed over to the housekeeper. Will you walk with me a little?”
warned her against this step, repte- and I’ll wager his equal cannot be ensued luring the heavy stages
"Ah, there she comes now, as soft a rat;’’
Very soon she was fast asleep in an
Presently he turned sharply and senting the dangers and hardships found on this side of the Atlantic.’ that bar fought battle. Col. Win
But alas! he’d mistaken the soft pit-a-pat,
old-fashioned oak-paneled room that took both her hands, looking more in of existence on that remote frontier,
His Maria was only a brother tom-cat—
There are two varieties of the St. saw Lyoi on horseback riding ni
would have seemed ghostly to her, earnest than she had ever seen him among savages of a cruel and surly Bernard—rough-coated and smooth- the line with his men. He did i
only that she was too fatigued to look.
Thought Tom No. 1 of Tom No. 2:
character. "I will go all the same,” coated -both having the same char examine Lyon’s body after he «
take much heed of her surroundings,
•• I can't stand this any longer,” he she answered him. “If mother can acteristics except in the length of the shot, bwthey found two little bul
Hut No. 2 bounced him without more ado.
and, besides, her maid was in the cried out. “ I must know my fate
And suddenly both departed from view—
stand it, I can, and she will want my hair. The points supposed to be the holes ner the heart. The colonel 1
dressing-room, and within call.
one way or the other. It is true that companionship, for she is old, and it distinguished marks of a genuine St. marked: “I say Lyon was too bra
I am years older, but no one will
Oh, ill fared it then for Tom No. 1.
Bernard are: A tawny or brindle a man, tio careless of his own safel
down and was shown into a bright ever care for you better than I do. If will be very lonesome and very hard color; a clearly marked line up the to comtund an army. He went whe
For as soon as the enemy’s work was done
Of all his tine raiment he left him none—
little morning room. Mr. Lambert you cannot love me in return I will
The life was hard enough, but, by face, and a similar one around the the danjer was greatest. Respectii
met her, and was so kind and anxious go away and never worry you any
own accounts of it, they got on neck; and a full, square head. These the batD in which Lyon fell the
Now, all you young mashers who dress with to make her happy and at home that more. I give you my word. Am I to
well, and even happily, until animals are very intelligent, and seem were erurs committed on both side
she very soon found herself talking go, Dorothy?”
The hearts of tne guileless to slave and eli to him as if she had known him for
one day there came a horror that to be endowed with the instincts of If Ly*oahad stayed at Springfield,»
would hve gone there, and in m
You’d bettor remember this tale and te- years, instead of his being an ac hardly able to realize what he was
opinion e would have cut us to piece!
quaintance of a few hours only. She saying, only feeling as if she could tains fearful forever in the memory very strong. They require plenty of We wee under orders from Ba
was rather an unconventional little not breathe, her heart beat so wildly. of the whole country. On that bloody
that a dog of this species raised in McCulkigh oil that night (9th J
person, and by no means stiff or cold.
Not long afterwards there was a morning Anna Meeker saw her father the country, where ho can have plenty August, 1861) to march on Sprini
A LUCKY SLIP.
She had warm-hearted Irish manners, happy wedding at the dear old Irish butchered and her mother suffer far
It was about 12 o’clock on a dark, and looked at the world in a trustful home; and then Dorothy came back worse than death before his dying of exercise, will grow to a much field, bit a little rain came up ai
cold February night; the rain had | way, believing people and trusting to brighten up the old house at eyes. The whole story of what was larger stature than one raised in the the ordr was countermanded. Ly<
erred ircrossing the creek and ge
then done never has been and never city.
been pouring down steadily for sev in them firmly, unless she found that Leyton.
Among the owners of St. Bernard ting inti the guns. If he had stayi
eral days. One could hardly imagine they were not to be depended on,
Hugh Lambert would have been can be told. It comes back now, dogs
in this city is Samuel J. Tilden, on the ¡ills we could not have sh,
a more bleak, desolate station than instead of proving before trusting, less or more of a man if he could brought up by this last result of it,
Elmwood on that night, with one j as cold-natured and, perhaps, wiser have resisted triumphing over her a with a pity and a terror in it none whose Askhim, one of the rough- him. 2>m battle was a scene of col
oub beginning to end. Tl tl.
lamp making darkness visible, the folks do. She had been brought up little; and, as they went into the li the less vivid by reason of the time coated species, has carried away many fusion'Ou
„■title loss was 500 at least 1 Ill
platform an inch deep in rain, and a by an old uncle, for whom her elder brary, where she had bravely defend that has intervened. Anna was prizes. Mr. D. P. Foster, of South Coiif«rat|
id Ami-tally wounded. l.yJ n
sleepy station master and porter giv sister kept house. They had no ed her theories, he turned and said: carried oft’ by the Indians, and for Fifth avenue, is the owner of Turco, killed ,d
awBiere in the neigiiborho^
ing the only indications of life.
brothers, and their parents had both
" By-the bye, Dorothy, who was
Mr. Hugh Lambert, as he got out died years before. Mrs. Newton was right, after all, about Platonic despair, she was kept a captive among nard, 5 years old, who was imported of lOtte^Ai killed on the spot, aiVWy
them, subject to treatment brutal from the St. Bernard pass, and who is who did from wounds. We
of the train and went to look after their mother’s sister in-law, but her friendships ?”
beyond all thought, much less all considered one of the best specimens bucksht there, which are effective
his luggage, felt very thankful that husband had quarreled with the
he had only a mile to drive before | girl’s uncle and guardian, Mr. Nay- ABOUT THE PRESIDENT'S MARRIAGE. naming. When at last she got away of his species in the country. Her a close ncounter. When the bat^K,
her health, that never had been man Flausen is the owner of Barry, came a, some thousand or mo| : al
reaching home. He was a man of | ton; so it was not till after the death
The story comes, pretty well au
about forty, old for his years, and | of the latter that Dorothy and her thenticated. from Washington, that sound, was hopelessly broken, and a tawny rough coat, imported from Confedrates left the field. After tl^ ei
slightly gray; in figure he was tall sister had been allowed to go to the stars and stripes and the Union burdened with infection from which Lucerne, who is valued at $500. H. battle te Confederates slept on tL'j An
and well made, and his face had an Priarton. Now, however, they hoped Jack are likely soon to entwine sensa there could be no escape short of the H Baxter of South Fifth avenue, owns battle tdd.
expression of cleverness.
to spend a good deal of time there; tionally in a matrimonial way. Pres grave. At first she was taken up by a splendid fawn-colored, smooth-
As a rule, few passengers alighted but this was Dorothy’s first visit,
ident Arthur is evidently smitten some of those sentimentalists, who coated dog 5 years old, named Turk,
at Elmwood bv that late train; but
Mary Nayton, her sister, was about with Miss Sackville West, the daugh are never lacking in attention to a and H. M. Hoar, of East Fifty-sixth
Amog the women confined in
on this night there were two besides twenty seven, and exceedingly sens ter of the British Minister, who is new object where notoriety is in street, is the possessor of a tawny
Hugh Lambert—a young girl and her ible and placid; but she took things heir presumptive to his brother,Lord volved. but when public interest rough-coat, 3 years old, called Rover. Centra Police Station last night
maid, with a goodly pile of luggage. so quietly that Dorothy was always Sackville, who has been six years in began to slacken, and no more talk John P. Haines, of Tom’s River, N. drunkeness was one who, as the s
Hugh was wondering a little as to allowed to go her own way and do the British peerage. The British was to be had out of a connection J., is a noted admirer of St. Bernards.
where they could be going, when he whatever she liked; consequently, at Minister is a diplomatist of thirty with her case, these people gradually His Don, an orange-tawny and white is Kateiehman, but she is also knofl®?’
heard the girl ask the station master twenty-three, she had learned to
wore away and left her, all alone in smooth coat, is a splendid animal, and as Kat Stokes, under which name
if there was a carriage waiting from think and act for herself, and, as her years standing, and he married,when the world as she was, to fight for playful as a kitten. His owner once p.-formed in the circus. Sh and
Mrs. Newton, of Priarton.
herself as best she might Somehow values him at $1500.—[N. Y. Mail
nature was impulsive and warm
apparetly almost a total wreck. H bit
“Why, the road lias bin blocked i hearted, she indulged in a great Madrid, twenty years ago, a most she got to Wasnington, and there for and Express.
husbaii, from whom she has ba »
since 6 o’clock, Miss! There’s bin al many theories of her own, hated con
separaid several years, is a wealtl ■Y£
big land slip, and they’re working all ventionalities, believed firmly in in reduced fortune, who is now dead, gled to find some means by which
THE SOURCE OF COLD WEATHER.
merchat in a prosperous city in Cl
night to get it cleared. I don’t think Platonic friendship and not unfre- and who had been a brief time on the she might maintain herself. It would
Where does the cold weather come ifornia The time was when she »11
you’ll get to Priarton this week, what quently got into trouble in conse
President Arthur can,at the end of his
with the slip and the floods.”
from ’ It used to be thought that the a large'ortune in her own name,
term, carry into effect what is under not the ladies, who at first interested
•‘What am I to do?” exclaimed the
It very soon struck Hugh Lambert stood to be a long cherished wish on themselves in her behalf, rich and North pole was the cradle of it, and well asi great deal of mining st r
girl, with a face of blank despair. that she was different from most of
comfortable ladies, who should have that all the waves of low temperature but a si'ong love for drink and di Kai
“Is there no other road to get to the girls he had met, and she inter his part, to travel extensively abroad. had humanity enough to consider the that send the mercury tumbling down pation ias brought her to the low niw
Indeed, if he chose to permanently
towards zero had their origin in that level. Jp to a few years ago
ested him accordingly.
reside abroad in England or Paris he question of her utter innocence and
Hugh Lambert was listening with
It waB with a feeling of relief that would throughout his life receive helplessness, dropped her as soon as quarter. But the signal service re travel«, with Forepaugh’s show, a
was a fiir pad rider. When seen
some interest. Mrs. Newton was his he found the road would be impass
nearest neighbor and a great friend able for some days; so he wrote to mucn more attention anil live a much troubles she had known among her case. It is not always as much colder an UnJDiinr reporter after she
of his; this must be her niece, of Mrs. Nowton, begging her to let more comfortable, and, indeed, more captors. Then, after all manner of in the North than in the South as the somewiat lobered off, she said
whom be had often heard. He ap Dorothy remain with him, instead of of a public life than, to judge from disheartening difficulties, she found difference in latitude would lead us she cate to this city about t albn<
proached the lady and raised his hat returning home, and asked an elderly the retired lives of previous Presi a minor place in one of the bureaus to expect; neither do points along the months a|J from Mansfield, 0 lota
, cousin wno lived a few stations oft’ to dents, be could enjoy in this country. of the Interior Department, which same latitude, either North or South, where she (ad been housekeeping
Mrs. West's grandfather was Lord
“I am sorry to say there is no other come
and act as chaperon.
she held until Mr. Teller became exhibit the same temperature. It is a hotel. Sie fell in with some fo
road to Priarton, nor is there any 1 The old lady accepted the invita De La Warr, a descendent of the Secretary. To Mr. Teller, who had said that at Elko, Nev., last Saturday and has bed drinking hard ever sim
way of getting there to night.
and the post allotted to her; but
known her father, and who knew her the spirit thermometer indicated 50 She said tilt she was not “broke,” I row
heard of the landslide onlv about an 11 as she was a great invalid, Dorothy general in Edward Ill's time, and a story, she appealed, and in compas below zero, while at St. Louis, whose any meansAind had a good account like i
hour ago and know that the road is i and Hugh were constantly left alone
sion for her hapless state he promoted latitude is but little south that of one of the 'anks of this city. Whserallj
| together. He liked to sit in the dusk whom Delaware was named. The her to a place in his own office, which Elko, the temperature was only zero. arrested sh had in her pocket a lar.anc: >>
“What can I do?” the Ctrl asked i and hear her sweet voice singing to present peer of that name is her she held during the brief remainder Saturday and Sunday the weather roll of gree backs. During her eare^ffesl
again. “Is there any inn here, or j him,
to watch her arranging flowers, uncle, and her other uncle was a fa of her days. Whoever has had occa was as cold in parts of Toxas as in St. as a circus^ider she had her left aria |pa
must I take the next train back to the 11 and to consult her about the garden. mous general in the Crimean war.
broken, all also one of her low
Miss West is not yet of age, but is sion of late to pass through the small Louis, and the coldest weather in limbs
badlj injured, such as to cad
The girl felt supremely happy lie very
room between the office of the Secre Missouri was in the southwestern
“The last train is gone an hour: was so kind to her, such an agreeable
tary and that of the Assistant Secre corner of the state The lowest tem her to retifi
and there haiu't no inn in the country companion in every way, that she
tary may have noticed a great screen perature reported Sunday was at nati Enqurer.
side save publics”— this from the , thoroughly enjoyed bis society.
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up near the window, from behind Grand Forks and Bismarck in Dakota
A fortnight went by, and the road States is a British subject under which came the rattle of a type writ —58 below zero—although at Fargo,
"You must let me arrange this mat ' was pronounced perfectly safe; even
ing machine. It was Miss Meeker in the same latitude, it was 20 degrees
An Engbh writer of some emi
_ Lambert. ‘I I the floods had subsided.
Hugh ‘ British law, which extends the right who operated this instrument. She warmer, or less cold.
ter for you," said Hugh
. ’ ’ ’ So "
think Ii must ‘ ‘ be speaking
. Mrs. 1 had no excuse for detaining his fair of subjectship to the son or grandson was skilled in its use, very accurate
The cold weather cannot, therefore, theory abc uk ' drunkenness which l^M
guest longer: and, though very re-
and faithful. Few people, even of always come down from the arctic attracted ■good deal of attenti<>t’’i:'
“You have guessed rightly," i and
„ ’ith her. he drove her he is born abroad, and President those about the office, ever saw her, regions; it must
4^" rp- w-
’ll alcohol is one of nat
Dori>thy^Nayton looked up eagerly, over to Priarton.
and few of these knew her name or gion
id the world of peo .X
delighted to find some one to whom
She was standing in the hall as he England, he would, by the courtesy ¡hjst?r>'-i.Sh®,wa? at her work for Where, 13^1 latitudes, it is per
i or enfeebled eonstil
she was known, if only by name.
left_ that nigl
night, after dinner, and of the court take precedence along the last tune the day after Christmas. allX Jthd exceedingly cold, evJf
an or woman become Go
She was a bright little body, pleas 11'.
\\ ixinaciinv clio
----- hi land to say good-by.
she was too ill to leave .?thnmer, as the experiments if
lording to this view, '.'if
ant looking, though she could not lay
• I can’t v thank ,«<.
for all with ex sovereigns.
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the room, and her end came rapidly looning demonstrate.. A fowl
some hidden vice of
claim to any great beauty- a brunette your kindness,” she said, softly,
I he ••( ircumlocution ” O ffice .—At and with welcome.—[Washington
ving an alcoholic stin^B Itic
with a clt'ar olive complexion, »lark I "Nay, my child,
.... I cannot tell you the siege of Vicksburg, in 1863. Col-1 National Republican.--! Tennessee ago three balloonists wno made a
is nature’s prompting^» in 1
cent in France and entered this
eyes, and a straight nose. She had j what a pleasure it has been to me; onel Britton had the misfortune to | Paper.
t of the world. In tii^W
ing region were frozen to deJk
crossed from Ireland that afternoon, 1 but perhaps you will know some day,” have a horse killed, anil he immedi
How the sunshine passes throuk
to this authority, tb^V1
she told her new acquaintance; and ■ he replied; and she went up stairs ately applied to the Government for
On Little Creek, a strain which
e will be killed off,
so of course her aunt might not have I wondering what he meant.
pay for his loss, the horse being his rushes through a in; mtain gorge, this bleak and dismal stratum of tqX
i will prove a blessing^B
expected her to arrive so early.
She believ«! so firmly in Platonic private property.
The necessary lived Nick Norton.. He indulged in per air without warming it and heats
he human race. Of coo^H
the eaith is one of the questions that
“You must let me take care of yon ?” j friendship that she would not let papers and vouchers were forward«! j
flies in the face of
Lambert said. "My place is close by. herself think that her feeling toward to Washington and placed in the I a carouse, in whicH he was assisted science has not yet been able to an
We all know men
I will take you there and send a mes Hugh Lambert was anything else; hands of a claim agent. Time flew 1 by Henry Metcalf aid Clingman Met swer; but it seems certain that it ¡8 PXp^l
Mack from this stratum that we draw our worn« t • have inherited splen - ‘
sage to your aunt ns soon as possible and, although *he knew he disbe on, the war closed, and no word or calf of Buncombe co'inty. N.
to let her know that you are safe."
I lieved in her theory in the abstract
settlement of the claim was received Boon of Madison county and Ezekiel supplies of cold weather, through the constr'B «s, who yet, through
Just at that minute a horse was for they had argued the subject very by the Colonel, and he finally gave | Briggs of Tennessej. Between the upward and downward air movements happy f' icilmstanees are now sla1
heard galloping up the dark road, warmly—still she thought that his up all hope of receiving pay for the latter four a quarrel »rose, and hunt indicated by the barometer that are to
™ the r ,bottle.
How many gif
and presently a man came hurrying sentiments were well detin«! in her animal. Not long ago. to his great j ing knives were freely used. Briggs continually taking place. The air young flen' because of their sol
into the station.
was literally cut in pieces. The Met on the top of high mountains is surround11!?8- have become infata»'
surprise, he received a letter fromI calfs
disappeared, and it was thought wintry even in summer, and if a sig with alcr10! in some of its many
"Is there a young ladv here for
Hugh Lambert felt as if some
fled the Statt, Mack Boon nal service station were established luring f,rlusI Indeed, it is often,
Priarton ?" he asked.
thing, very bright had come into his , gratifying intelligence that his claim was arrested. Last Monday the five
miles above the earth in July, dull am unimaginative person »
Dorothy went forward eagerly
life since he had known Dorothy, j had been allowed, but that he would j Metcalfs made their iqpearrnce at a
the officer in charge would probably escapes ^e snare of the rum de
“II ?i°" V!pa8e> Miss, here's a note She was so quaint and naive in ’ have to wait until next December for
| whisky dealer’s in Litt:. Creek, with be frozen into a statue before he while th'* healthy, strong and ex«
from Mrs. Newton. I have been four speech, new and fresh
with her ideas _ | his pay. as a bill would have to be
hours getting here; I had to ride and th«»ries.so free and unaffect«! in ¡ l,rpsent«i to Congress for an appro- in a mile of the scene of the fatal could complete his first day’s records. tionally ?'evPr becomes its victim»
twelve miles around, for the road is manDer. and vet so womanly withal, i Pr'a,’on to pay his claim, and it tight They drank till they became
block«! and the floods are out. r that during those few days they had i could not be reached before that timé. crazed with liquor, and.after chasing
Mr. L->a^Pr- a furrier in St. Lo
While the elephant is the largest
had to get a lioat at the low meadows spent together she had ’ completely J The Colonel is well satisfied, and the away the proprietor of the place and beast known to the world, its size has savs tha?two *^ew York firms <
and borrow another horse on this won his heart. But he was not like matter of waiting a few months for helping themselves tie brothers been greatly exaggerated. Ten het trolled r1’’ putire buffalo trade »
side, and that has delayed me in get ly to act on the spur of the moment; | the settlement of an account twenty quarrel«!. Henry Meted f drew his is a good height for one of the brutes, capturing a11 the catches in quant«
and Clingman his knife. There
of two thousand to five them
he was so much older than she. how years old will not make any differ pistol
were three reports in quiet succession and a twelve-foot elephant is a big robes per hunt. A buffalo rob*
Hardly waiting to listen to this ex could he ever expect that bright little ence with his financial business.
and Clingman dropped. aaOt through one. Jumbo, the notorious, is atwiut lined is tlow worth $13 to $19 '»
planation from the old coachman. laxly to regard him as anything but
A certain actor talks very learn«!ly the heart and lungs, but in the brief seventeen feet high, and "still grow Louis V(here the very best could«
Dorothy tore open the note and read: a steady going friend?
animal magnetism, and explains space his knife had d<ne its work ing." These quadrupeds reach tre- be bong)11 for W» The worl«l »
"Mr D iarxst C hild :
I am in
But still day after day. he would
great distress. The road between ride over to see her at Priarton. and | that the reason he can’t play well to and Henry was disemlxweled. dving tween seventy and eighty years of ing clean’d
all lts animals eb
here and the station has been block«! when he returned would sit and a small audience is because there is almost immediately. ?fie horrified age before they die, but there are in three. r1’’ r®h the moth and
by a tremendous landslip, so it is itn think of how she used to look in the j not enough electric energy in the few liquor seller saw the «nding of the
worm. These will survive man.
possible to send the carriage to meet woms that now swui so desolate | observers to keep him supplied. This terrible scene from the place where two hundred years.
yon. I have, therefore. forwarded a How he longed in the evenings for I may be, but we are inclined to the he had secrete.! himsHf in the bushes
so.’ Herman voters in Chi
It rather annoys a woman afterthe
note to my great friend, Hugh Lain the sound of her voice singing to lielief that the fear that there won’t near his house.
war bro^e out’ °ver'
bert, asking hint , to send
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