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Topsv to rake with, and the other | Mr.'Marston’s, and when we
“Tltere coifies the man we frey dam/’ ho yelled» coming to hi-
Rogues at the Farm
to help draw the hay,” and going ijeady to! go homo, and Aunt 9a- hired/’ said Angy, “and what’s he ficet, and, as Fanny expaessed it
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* a horse, John J rail
! • and *3 I I t i had ~ got our cloah[s on,
BY IV0NE E. R,
Published every Friday by
to the Side
got in his hand—his dinner-bask- “striking, an attitude.
sprung astri4? of it?
Any unfortupate who has bcche
and John his overcoat on,! he took Ct ?]
“May J drive ?” asked Fanny.. his cap ih his hand and rOmlarkcd
“It’s a basket of huckleberries,” victimized in a like manner, o
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“Yes, and til hold the whip;” to hie mother, ‘Mrs. Sampson, vou answered Fanny, “and let’s have has tried the sensation produce!
“Wha-a-at!” responded | Angy
One Copy, One Year,
Porter from the large, airy, , old- and Angy’s |eyes [sparkled with get the horse round to’ the door, then);” and the girls leaned over by sitting down on the wron# sid
h$us,e stood in and I’m -tcady,’ sat himself down
fashioned chamber, whore she e had mischief.
a “ the rack, swinging their hands of a pin cushion, or who, recalling
One Copy, Throe Months,
escocned herself in a huge chintz- from the'main roadJa distance of ih a chair. Aunt Sarah; sai i|d she and signifying their wishes with juvenile days remembers
era the exp*
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forty or fitty
fifty rods, qn
on a knoll, sb
riment of tire vo«U£ misci.ru." Wll<
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uessed she should,’ anp sat down
RATER OF ADVERTISING : ’
wafe a little hi|H to jlcscend
slipjiered feet on the sill of the there w
I offered to get it if he notice the object of their desires. bending a pin into various angle..
iw ¡7w j aw j
low open window that looked out
.iy.x to sit there till
.Z'Z I called But John had his eye? on the tho last of which turned tire point
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SXX) |_ ì 5 k > on the green, old orchard, and , level to ihe ejid of the lane; where him to cpinc
basket, and drawi,
cpinc; for I knew the
vi^^iear, just as upward, slyly placed it on the ver
SInêhes. | 175 | 2 50 |
<X) ! J2_jj8 00 through which the scent of new a
bar * ; “
irai always up across hadn't boon taken from the
the girls were !
they should seat which he had vacated for jtt
j Y5o | 4 50 | » O‘> I in
few moments’ recitation, will not
but was hitched in a shed back-of
CtnThea, ’ 3:M) ! 4 00 5 00[ïl | 20 | 30 0> mown hay ar.d sweet clover floated
in, while* Angy, with her chair wheneve: t a carriage passed. John thn
wonder that John did embroider
tilted back to the extreme of its intended tor dismount before they
John* said he
’d do it
.V, find I i and i lien you take Jim’s place and ; tlie next few moments with laugh
long rockers, half reclinedJ'^nd got quite] tó t|c foqt -of the hill, started for the frontdoor, some of let h m load,” and the next mo- ing rather stronger than ordinary
read the columns of tho. IFiwef/y, | [ I and go out *insto -the field where the girls accompanying me, and all ment John’s brawny hand sank in- occasions would demand, most < m *
Baoiuees notices in the lineal Column^ 25 or listlessly
men Svcre at work; but, laughing at the idea. Mrs. Mars k® Mi b basket and Came up full of which, however, was drowned ia
ly listened to die
music ; the hay
cents per line, each insertion.
* For legal and transient advertisement' S2.- of the coo >1 green lea^ciS fluttering the moment they started, Angy ton said her son would get JWw ; the luscious purple berries, which the storm of laughter and applaud
50 per square of 12 lines, for tlie first inser on the branches of a
whip and wound it borsCjSC l stopped in Yhe hall to he d^pojited in what he sailed his 4 that greeted his impromptu antic
\ tall balni- flourished her Whipaud
tion. and f 1.00 per square for each subsequent
“My dear cousin John,” sai; i
igj near/' and( down unff( r (he .thill in such a tfilk with the girls, and 1 told ■‘tatqr-trap.”
gileatl tree standingj
“Isn’t heja pig?” said Fanny, Fanny, with a tone and look of
Legal Advert'^enieiUs to be Paid for up shading tine window ’ from the rays lively, wanningmanner that Toj> them toflet around John and mam-;
on making P)-oof by the Publisher.'
' ’ head
” ~ dis- evident solicitude, “what make
sv at oncjî spring into a mad gal age keep him till Aunt Sarah and
of the afternoon sun.
g^Personal Adv*. 50 Ct*, a Line, “¿a
lop. Jolin cokild guide the horse Il could get into the sleigh.
you and Topsv so frisky to-day ? ’
4 Subcriptions Sent East, $2 00 a Year.
“Why, don’t you know that lie’s
‘‘They agreed to it, and with
rhe nearest to it of anything
somewhere,, -I guess/’
stepped out fipon that walks on two leg*, in heaven just showing us some of his and
hold her, wifli Angv constantly ‘ 'good
answered Angy, step Topsy’s tricks?” answered Ang},
the door jstonc. Then John, •Who or eArth;
“Yes, I can find her, and Fan-
“That’s only. lent,” said John
dres.«, and falling head-
sewing machines ny Lane tripped up flic back manner she did; so he resigned biegan to think there was some ing<j m her
in time to receive a tum- seizing the luckless cushion and
front of himself, c|inging'desperately to the rrtischief brewing, came into the long just
stairs and round to the
LEANED AND REPAIRED by
W. C. B kpwei . l . L afayette
f hay on her head and sLoul- hurling into the air.
the house to An^ jjnji; ■ chamber
which she] entered without any position continually ; one instant door J I pulled with iny might dera.
“Goin^ to illustrate agait .
E C. BRADSHAW,
resting his ay^irduppis of 186 »on ohtsidc—the girls crowded and
•1 c lacks the bristles I, gals,” John ?” asked tlie irrepressible
and 'John Icouldn’t isaids Jim. “Hi what you down Angy as he seated himself on the
“Well, if you haven’ t taken a Topsy’s backhand the next illus phihed inside,
.A. torney at ILaw, position
in the world, Angy Por
get t it open. Our team came there i for, Angy? ” he continued. rake.* But John didn’t “illustrate; ’
rpiind, and Aunt Sarah
i and 1 “Coil ae here and 1’11 pick ye pick and to this day he suspicoush
-'c ter ! whatever are you dumped up
hplil the ¡reins,
while . the jfojbpfe
avoids cushioned sea^s and he ne\
in this shape for, such an after- while the wind filled out the Gar- h[)iil
Office In the Court Ilnnae.
ribaldi-fulness of his shirt till it man took-mv place at the door, and
W hen the rack was filled, John- er attempts any equestrian feats
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looked like . a * full[-set sailr the aivfiy we jflew-old Kate upfin th|e left lis rake and mounting the with the horse attached to a car
Why, where shall I go
’ JAMES. McCAIN.
A mat Sarah
and I beside
better place ? This is my sanctiim broad brim of his cl|i.p hat flapped riin■ .»......
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* fake v and mounting the lojd, drove in which are two daring, mis
otii’selves with laughter, and Johti Io tl llie barn.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, sanctorum, into which
Here are some berries, Aunt
from the rude cares of the world. yielded to the enticing breeze.and splashing; through tho . njiuid and
To K eep F lows from R usting .
That’s it—make yourself comfor sailed gracefully ofi' jto the side of snpw as fast as his duckjegs would Sa it •fm, and John want some buck-
A correspbndent from Ston
iLL PRACTICE IN ALL OF ’ tHE table,”—laughing at
adding a new fea carry hii
ati Fanny, who the road„
Angv, , handing the little basket in Creek writes U) knowhow tokce’
had seated Jicrself, ^'urkiashion
r I ture lo the cofriedy bv giving the to let hit..___
zephys opportunity to
on the ceq.
“Did he catch ? ’ asked Fanny, at tlje ddor. . Then the girlssaun- plows from rusting. If |hcrc i
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cua X. a . ball .
anyone subject upon wljich. ‘„TV1.*
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“This position is an imitation of sport,
terei round to the fiont yard f~ll
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those patterns of propriety, the locks. ■:
herself triicfc they held a short whispered fed 'perfectly at home it is th *
“No, indeed! Kate put
treatment of plows. It is a mat
It was a ludicrt us - scene, and Iovcr thq lioad too
oo fast f°V that, consultation, and thin started for I
Attorneys at Law, men- —isn’t it becoming ? pnd An- Aunt
Ärilh, sjirvcvifg it from hei-Aiud we
ry puckered up her rosy lips as if
pid we were making ourselves tlie jield, taking a cut through the ter to which we have devoted the
111 Fii-vt Street, Opposite Occidental Hotel.
iv*tn/I ix’ Ï«i11ràl
till I firn
the tears comfortable when John
1 \v held a cigar.
came puf- cor r of the orchard to shorten best years of our life, and our ag
ricultural friends have just struck'
“There,[you make me think of filled heil cyjs, w^ile the girls, fing alofi« »
that soft thipg because it made it Fanny holding with/onc hand the ' “Well I id n’t you get a scolding
3ut how are we going to get the right source of information. In
the fall of thV year, after'you have
seem as though there wair a man rains, and• Angy nsiftg the whip, for it?-’
thei i off ?” asked Fanny.
W. M. RAMSEY,
seemed going into ¡¡xmvulsions as- . “No: lie knew t served him 11 u 1 ’ve got a pon-knife in my pock- got through fooling around with
around,” replied Fanny
your plow, it should be careful^
they reeled back land forward, just right, and lie only laughed et » said Angv.
Angy elevated liftr
-¿attorney at Law, and,
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toil • each aching and tiitealencd me. One morning, rl
drawing her lips into the pressing a hatid
here, here are some nice large rakep apart and the pieces num
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side, and soreamin^ : with laugh* last OF
leoinpass possible)) made
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««<□ going away, «jnest ,” said Fanny, pointing to some bered so that it can be put togeth
er at a moment’s notice in case of
an ineffectual attempt jlja
to whistle, ter. f
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'!>'■ : and after getting the horse to the huge, bristling bull-thistles, as they
4Jiflce in the Court House.
“Go it I” shouted the boys i from door he went into thp house for readied the wall, separating the fire. The thills and sidc-boardi-
then burst into a merry laugh.
should be carefully oiled with cod
“ Now don’t you wish we were the field, 1 and they did go it.
something^and I went out and un drchard from the field.
A, G. PHILIPS, D.D.S «> two masculine marvels instead of “Oh, if the bar waft only down ! w buckled tlie reins from the bit and After considerable labor, ac- iiyer oil and put away in a dry
gasped A Igy/dt-opping i the whip buckled them into the head-strap coinponied with many finger-prick place where tho moths will not
two inoper young- ”
“Witches!” interrupted, Fanny, and press ing both lmnds op her above the blinders, and he drove ings from tho sharp tough needles, trouble them.. The liemmcr and
es. ¡ i-But
t)ie bar ^wasn
wasn ’t off a long way before he found it they succeeded in severing from tucker should bo put in a secure
laughing. “Come, let’s do some aching sic ies.
ILL BEAT LAFAYETTE ON THE thing, if its nothing more than go down, elsd the comedy might have
•h«5 talk three or four full-grown wooden cask, and covered with
First Monday of each Month and
out and tumble on tlie hay.
in a tragedy; fund the two
Remain during Court Week. ,
‘Why didn’t Josh send a man?” heads of the thistles, which they strong lye. This will keep tfic
vyho instigated it found called
“Well, what shall wc do? n ;
?d,. and then proceeded to roots moist and prevent shrinkage.
out John, . as /..J
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“I’ll tell you what you’ll do,” them solved brought suddenly to entered thb the door-yard, leading whe^-e
ejre John had left the rake A too common fault is to qxpose
to the air, and thus prOLait com
P. C. SULLIVAN.
and the half-closed door was grief.
wai ¡ling his return.
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the horse behind the wagori.
swung wide open, and John Samp
“Oh ! oh ! oh ! 11 shall die! L
Taking the cushion, which was ing to maturity as rapidly as they LA
“He said his soft' Would come
A.ttorn.ey at Law, son
stepped into the room. “That’s shall die! ¡oh ! old” >, [chorused the over pretty soon,”
the reply. an qld worn-out grain-bag filled othcrwisgrwould. Take the other
a pretty position, I swan I” and girls, spasmodically,[ as Jdfin dis
“You giris come down into the witli lmv, from the teat on the portion of the plow, rub thorough
ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS John made a dive for the back of mounted from’ the’ seat
scat that bad fields aad help Jim load bay rake, they carefully arranged the ly in ¿ood snds, -wring ont and
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Angy’s chair, evidently intending proved sueh ahask tb his eTastic- awhile,!will you?” i
iftnccent instruments of torture on place upon the line until entirely
“I’ll go ifj
mischief, but Angy was too quick ity.
I’ll go if you will,” said Fanny the ffraw beneath the thin cover- dry. ^hen put up in tin or cut
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for him ind
sprang to her feet,
It’ll be a-—gdod thing for to Angy.
.. ■ i-j W-1';/' ing, and replacing it as they found glass cans and place in a cool, drv
W. A. FENTON,
giving th lie chair a whirl around to the rest of*the world if ydujdo,
Will you let us have the horse it, h Linked back, and seated them- cellar, and in the spring they will
I ir; growled Jbhft,
John, i removing the bar. and carriage, some pleasant after selvi •< bs on the grass in front of the be found possessing body, afoma,
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and sjrarclc? and free Goin the
“But wasn’t it fu
Tua, John ? and noon,
“Better stir your stumps. ¡ , I
noon. to go down to the
beach, lrousc c to waitfor the hay cart.
haven,t seen you move so spry for you rode als gt^cefuljy as a rubber John,
t -' - if w!e
-:n?” sskedltFauny, I “ >otne
3otne on girls, hurry up your slightest tendency to sour.— Ham
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who, by the way, F bad .but recently cat es, for it is getting late, ” called ilton Times.
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Challenge the State for STYLE, FASHION, a week, and shouldn’t suppose you lump.”
could now, after eating such a _____
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snarled Jolin. groanjng^n spite of Seminary, ftud come down into the givi » Fanny and Angy time to en- u gain:” The
mighty-’di inner as you did."
«inkiiij his hands country |to try and get a Kttk tçr thc cart.
himself, and «inking
JUST LOOK HERE! “You 1( ook like a roasted
and pheasant arc cuzzins, and
< î You can’t get it all on to one
id Angy, inaK- into hifr packets up to bis elbows. brown on her delicate c recks
one ov them straddle a errid-
Cheaper Than Ever. 4 for tl.
“And you was sò kind as to while she Came and went as she loac 1, so take half this time,” he iron natural enulF tew hate been
ing up the worst looking faeeNfche
come way down hi
h ire and open pleased, pnd enjoyed herself gener Said to Jim,
knew how to. and letting her’slip tome
fly at his head.
the bar, «o we needn have to do ally, the delight of her heart being
he girls % pinched each other
rl he goslin - waddles when he
W.SAWYER DESIRE8 TO INFORM
you was so a ride,, especially if sfie could hold and. winked knowingly, while the walks, and paddles when he swims,
• the people of Lafayette and vicinity
i, to whom they had given a but lie never dives, like a duck,
(hat he has located at McMinnviilie, with work as hard as I have, and you’ll good,” said Fajfiny, tfying to look the reinsi. |
M Yes, pile inf an
pew instruments, and is prepared to take feel likle a salamander,” replied icrious.
1 John; hint kept an eye on John.
out ov site in the wate \ but onlv
the finest picture in all kinds of weather.
John, dodging the slipper. “Now
“The whip,(John- 41 dropped it and the5 girls clam
Particular attention paid to
tell you what, boys, this changes ends.
TAKING CHILDHENS’ PICTURES
stop your fooling, both of yoi u,” he back therf—Avili y ou please go tween the rounds and made
tjieir ; ' hor^exIl turn the shortest and
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N. B.—Children should be brought between continued authoritjvely. “I want back and got it for me?” asked footings
said to be an epitaph in the *
by clinging 'filtern* quickest of anything in this town.
the hours of 10 and 2. _ i_____
you to go over to Josh Dri ake’s,. À»gy-
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ately to John’s broa 'shoulders Shels been in the circus, I’ll bet,' n
E W. SAWYER,
and tell him I want Plug, am d tell
“What next, Miss Impudence ?” «and-the side bars of
e ha cart. said) John, evidently intending to
And under these trees
him to send a man over to help said John, going for jhe, whip. “If
Bury them up if you cud ,
illustrate tlie truth of his words in i
Lieth the bod
me, for I’ve got six loadg of bay, I wasn’t in such a hurr ry I’d Use it John, as he mounted the
Y of Solomon Pease. L»
d to Topsv’ b ability, as he
’s not in this holo,
and three or four loads of grain over bdth qf yqii for th ie next five rake, wfiile Jim p
only his pod;
to get in before night. I’ll hitch minutes.” I
the fragrant hay into the ca
d on to the rake, giving the
J. H, OLDS ■ PROPRIETOR.
out his soul
Topsy to the wagon and have e her
raqk. 1 ; j ’i
“Only think how i
£ it rein a jerk, at the same hit
And went up to God”
the door here in two mini iute?, helping yod. | Good
N AND AFTER MAY 16,
16, THERE: at
ting Topsy a sharp cut with tlie
I guess we’ll hav
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will be a 'regular stage runniug^be^' and want you to be ready,” and
asked, -‘What is
tween Lafayette “and Portland, making
weekly trips, leaving Lafayette erery Fri
8y. 1” and away they
him, r with double impetus, to his
shall aid my
miy locomoti w
“She is an essay on grace, in one vol
« All aboard !” ■ bawled John a
day morning ata o’clock, returning Satur |
up a pitch-fork.
J it The next instan, with a noise ume, superbly bound. Although it
' Did I ever tell yortfiow Aunt Sa f
day. FARE, EACH WAY, $1 60,
few minutes later; “Here we are 1 in rah and me pjaydd ; John, Fan? “ U want one,: too, Fan?”
bet tween a roar and a yell, he gave may be expensive, every man should
A NEW HACK
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a frantic leap
ieap into the air, landing have a copy.
asked Angy,, ad they fc rode along.
on “all-fours” several feet from
Will 1« placed upon this line in a short
“If Josh can’t send a man right
holding up her skirts
“No; how was itp^
Wanted—a needle to sow a patch
away, you lead t*lug back. Go
“It was«last winter. We had way, and dancing
! of potatoes on the pants of a tired
EXPRESS and other business attended to
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been s pending, the evening
to ward on the hay.
pJ2tf • just as quick
» “Bumbjcbccs and blixon! God- ' . d<>g-
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