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P r o t e c t io n I k s M o iio r e .
D ead P ast
T » HE H W IS E T E « Ktf
T h e annual question concerning the
tatlon am) animation which was unusual
to her, and aa the voices drew nearer,
B * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
d ep osition o f tbe »table-m ade manure
she was able to dist.agajh tha house
com e» up » » the pile begin» to assume
- - ^
form idable proportions.
By fa r
“ This way, mis»— dear me. I beg your
o f It la to
pardon— ma'am I should have aa-d! Y'ou
spread it ou the tleldl where It w ill
haven't forgotten the way I'll he bound
go down Into the soil and be in rc.u
— dearie me, to think of seeing you hers
ness for the crop which is to be »ow n
again after all these years! It do seem
B> MRS LOVfTT C A M f RON
strange indeed! And to think of your
In the spring. I f It Is to be stored, the
living so near, too— only at Dunaterton,
Ideal place is the pit with cement hot-
and your never haring come over to see
tom. which will hoid the liquid excre
the old place before!”
I f this eanuot he done, then
"W ell, I have been a long time, cer
under a shed, placing it iu
tainly. in coming to see yon. Mrs. Suc-
P r a c ( ica 1 P o u l t r y ll o n » e * .
me a sensational letter and left my curden,” replied a clear, crisp voice, with
C H A P T E R X X III
layers and let the hogs root it over.
H t «too l up, facing her, with hi*i hack houae.”
I f even this U not feasible, then put It
a pleasant ring in it. pre-eminent'y tha
“ But, Brian, surely, surely, that alone voice of a lady, as Kitten was instantly built o f four upright piano boxes.
to the fire. Now that »he could »><* him
in piles not very high und cover with
well, with the lig.it of the lamp »hilling could not have led her to such a strong aware, and huw great is the charm of a
gether are removed, together with two any oid, rough boards—almost a n }- i
I full upon him, »he could t**e that he * » • measure.”
refined and weii-bred voice. " I owe it
r « r j much altered. Ho was thiu, and
“ Oh, ahe was always jealous about to my shame, but to-day, I had a fancy of the tops. The tw o remaining tops thing that w ill keep out the rain,
worn, and aged; his broad, manly figure you! She found out— ahe knew, I believe to bring my friend. CoL Trefusis, to are inclosed at tbe middle end o f the which causes the liquid jiortlou» to
had shrunk, h.a aboul lera »tw pad; the — that it waa you, and not her, whom I look at the vicarage gabies and at tha house and at tbe front, and a small leach away.
•gea that used to be brave and buoyant, loved.”
An excellent plan la to choose
dear old chnreb, and aa w e were so near,
made In the gable end o f one.
now looked weary and lifeless. Hhe was
“ And it is I — I who have worked
why, 1 could not resist the temptation w hich portion o f the house U used for | place where the soil la o f a clay na
Shocked to see him so chauged.
He her all this woe and agony!" she moaned.
on across -----------
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1 — ------------
ture. and dig a trench
------ 1 | all
" around “ the
laughed shortly and b.tterly aa he look
“ Oh. what can I do? What can I do?”
“ Along the old path, miss— ma'am. 1
space where the pile Is to be, and in i
"D o not dlatre«# yourself. Rosamond. mean! Ah. bow many a time I ’ ve eeea
ad at her.
this way save some o f the
“ I have com» half across Europe to Kitten waa not like you; she is a mere
yon come springing up the slope with
■»* you, trarsiing night and day through child, a creature with no depth or power
which n ay be s- -op-il up and poure-l 1135-— Stephen crowned King , ( j
your light etepe!”
all this front and snow. I have taken no of feeling; she has the inconsequence of
hack on the pile. Use the pile us * 1
They were well within the room by
rest, and scarcely any food for four immaturity, not the heart o f a woman.
■ for the slop from the boosa, U02— C ol am boa cast anchor h J
now. The tail lady in her long fur cloak,
days, and all you can And to say to me I do not think ahe has the power to feel
and see that It Is forked over several ;
o f St. Thomas,
and the slight figured gentleman a little
at tba end of It la to revile me for Dot much; she is but a baby."
behind her. looking about him with
times during the winter. The main 1540— Death o f Margaret, Qi*.
keeping out of your way.”
“ Ah, do not tnink it !" cried Rosamond
keen, kindly blue eyes, and behind them
thing, however, is to see that It Is pro- |
"W b a t hart you com# for?” she re eagerly. “ Do not flatter yourself with
both, Mrs. Succurden. in her white cap
tected from the elements as much as 1552- 'hartes V. raised aieg, u[ n
peated more gently.
such a delusion. Brian. Would a child
and black silk gown, with her basket
"W h a t hare I come for? To ace you, and baby— a mere shallow, heartless
1560— First General Assembly
of keys in her hands. Kitten, from her
Rosamond— to still the raging hunger at creature as you call her— have left her
Hcottish church opened.
vantage ground at the top o f the steps,
my heart. Because, when 1 found out home, her comforts— you— if she had
» a l t fo r F nrin A n i m a l » »
could see tbe group who invaded hei
1562— B attle o f Dreux.
wher# you were. I could not re,t until not suffered acutely?"
Most farmers fu lly realize the Im
solitude, while they were unaware of her
I saw you again.”
“ Ah, you do not know her, her little
“ H ow did you hear where I wan?" baby ways, her keen pleasure in trifles, presence.
but they too often forget to s u p p ly It (
dled o f tlle plague
“ You have a great deal of glass here,”
ahe aald wonderingly.
her rapid changes of manner and of
said the gentleman to Mrs. Succurden.
at the proper time and In proper quan
“There ■■■ a man, a poor fellow from feeling.”
1620— T h e M ayflower Ian-led il
1‘IANO BOX POULT** U ulst. _____
“ Ah, you would like to go over the
tities. Feasibly sheep should be han
this part of the country— he was con
"W h a t haa that to do with It?" cried
sumptive. I think— who met u*. I heard Koaamond, with an impatient wave of houses, no doubt, sir,” replied the house tbe storage o f grain. A sloping roof dled a little more cautiously than oth 1621— T h e English Cotntnoat
keeper. “ I will gee if I can find the is built over the entire structure, and
U from him at Mentone."
er animals iu this respect, and small
her hand. “ No, I do not know her, bat
freedom of discussion,
S ,« understood it I think I know her better than you do; head gar-h-ner. he is generally about at the building covered with waterproof quantities doled out to them
dally. 1632— John I'otton, first m in ia te «
a a>rt of fatality about that must be a nature that can love in this hour.”
She led the wav out of the room: th e' I
,hus cuftinS ou‘ *
P °S8ib‘ li,y The other farm nnlinnls can safely I»«
It. She aat down wearily.
tensely, and to whom love Is either life gentleman went with her. The lady in o f trouble In the way o f leakage or trusted with a lump o f salt in the
1607— Many Scotch Covenant«! i
“ What hare you been doing with your- or death. Hhe might have been childish,
the long fur cloak made no effort to fol- drafts which might result from the manger, to which they may have free
i self. Brian? You look fearfully ill.”
hut you have mistaken inexperience for
“ I have been III for month».
W e Ignorance, and the trustfuluesa of youth low them. She was left alone, standing joining. T w o windows are made in access. Even the swine w ill do bet 16S8— K in g James II. of Kn;lu:|H
ter If a lump o f rock salt is put In the
started, my couain. Edgar Ila.kea, and I. for an evidence of heartlessness Brian,
j to go to China, Australia, heaven know» find your w ife and take her back to your often stood with her b.v k to the room, the south, and directly under each corner o f the trough, although It Is
ife y window a dusting box la made, which usually the better plan, w ith them, to
j where. W e began by a f rtmght in the heart and to your love. T o her you are
1713— First issue o f B st n 11 azettijl
Austrian Tyrol, and there 1 got laid up all the world— to me, thunk God you church tower.
w ill afford the fowls much pleasure, season the slop given them with more
lislied by W illiam Broekiz
• w at
Rosamond moved from
with a sort of fever. I have been there are nothing!"
Roosts or less salt. This Is also the better
length; then she <1id exact! v « liât Kit- as they enjoy the sunshine.
1715 -C ity o f Milan ea
I by - 0 y |
ever since till a month ng >. when I man
"la it. Indeed, as you said last night, ten herself Ua«l dot
te hundn?.U of time*. are placed at one end and in the mid plan o f furnishing salt to fowls, us
aged to get down to the Kivlera. I am dead ashes?” he a«!fed, looking wist
mantelpiece. dle, and nest boxes on the side oppo ing the mash each day but In small
i getting right now, only u lilt weak and fully Into her dark eyes and grasping She went strni^ht
1747— Colonial House
1 r- intc
quantities— just about as much as the
her hand tightly.
Boston destroyed by tire, in t
“ And a journey like till» acroaa E i
housewife would use In seasoning a 1775— Dryish Parlian
’ Absolutely and enflrelv,” she answer
A r r a n grins th e W i n d o w G a rd e n .
rope. In »uch weather and in your jire.
ed with that brisk coldness o f voice,
H ow often do we notice a shelf mixed dish for the home table. Don't
cation o f all Auier. in o w o t
Slit state! What madness, Brian! It is that cheerful iciness of expression, u-hieh at the lovely face br.ght with youth
that salt creates 177'’— Washington cm
filled with small plants In the window forget, however,
and happiness that
enough to kill you!"
is a more effectual extinguisher of love's
She turned awajï fr -in t
garden, many varieties grouped pro thirst, and that animals fre e ly salted 1777— Gen.
She looked at him with a kindly pity hopo than a passion of reproaches or a
mote | ^
leaving the doors of the 1 picture wide miscuously until the characteristics o f must be given clean, fresh water.
What surprised herself whole Volume of angry denial.
troops to V alley Forge.
open. Then Kittein 8 iw hier face, and each are entirely destroyed. Arrange
more than ahe could account for was
United States frigate
C on trols th e H orse.
the titter calmness and Indifference with
each class o f plants in a separate
C H A P T E R X X IV .
captured by British.
same, only not the same. T <e beautiful
A Seattle inventor has devised
Which ahe »aw him. Save in the first
clump, and you will be surprised to
“ Where is that girl, Ann?”
0 eii. Washington ileiivr j,ec(
moment of surprise, her pul-es had heat
"She is out hi the park, ma'am."
as lovely, the proud pose * f tbe head note the difference in their appear
commission to Cong:--s»,t. f.
no faater for liis presence.
Ilia v dee
der the complete control o f the driver,
"She is always out hi the park.
It was unmistakable, only that in
living ance. Tak e such plants as primroses,
had no power to thrill her.
isn’ t fit for her to he out at all in such woman the curves of the laugh
. _ , , „
: 1 “ When Iruat i« gone,” she told herself weather, with that cough of hers that
used, there would 1701- Ila " k o f United State, to Been
as »he looked at him. “ then the fnnnda- never gets any better. Insteid of being o f the pictured one were dr -Oped and range them alternately on tbe plant
ed discounting in rhiludel,
tlona of the building are undermined, a coinfort to me, she is nothing hut n saddened, and tiie hand of sorrow ami shelf. Now group all the ferns In the
a wav hors. a. This 1 “ '— H enry Clinton died.
and with time and absence the idol It- burden and a responsibility. I am sure suffering had swept like a storm cloud center o f the shelf, the tall sword fern
con- 1‘ 1 *6 -1’ rench surrender Fort K the
eelf eoon crumble* into powder.” Aloud I don't know what to do about her— and over the ouce bright and fearless brow. In the middle, with the broad-leaved
ehe said to him. with a kindly reproach there’s nobody that I can write to for But all that Kitten realized at that mo sorts next, and the beautiful maiden-
tains the ordinary
the Rhlne *° ,he Allstri*“ « P I
mouth- 1803— Louisiana taken possess^ wou
In her voice: "W h a t folly could induce orders nowadays, with the master and ment was one thing alone. This was , ,
you to undertake such a journey for mistress gone abroad, and even Mr. Koaamond Earle, whom Brian Desmond la r ^e,n aD* other dainty varieties
t drooping from the edge o f the shelf.
rings attached, the 18<M— Benjamin Disraeli, Earl i l » e
Itaikes aa has took himself off— the Lord
The room »wain round her. her w ide j ,,n on« eni1 ° f the shelf, at a little
“ Do you call It nothing, then, that I knows where! I think in my old age.
open eyes grew -lark and dazed with un-1 dlstanee from the ferns, group the dif-
Thomas Jefferson as ! th?
am here, that I can see you once more, that It is hard to be saddled with a use
piece being p ivot
spcakable pain and anguish, then eame u fereut varieties o f primroses in such
o f the United States.
less child like that.”
henr your voice, touch your handa?"
ed together to a
crash- and the sharp ring of broken glass maimer that contrasts In foliage and
H e knelt down heforo her on the
1805- Joseph Smith, foun-ier m idt
The speaker was Mrs. Hnceurden; she
iiitiv iN o m i.
curved snaffle bar. j
hearthrug, and took her hand—-his own stood at the hall door shading her eyes into a thousand
monism, born at Sharo»H jin s
».oma up»^the parquet the otller ljan,1. arrange the cyclamen T h e snaffle bars m eet at the center
trembled and shook, hers was as cold from the bright winter sunshine, and flooring, then a dull,
heavy thud, aud a
aa Ice and a» perfectly unreapotislve.
looking out over the snow-covered slopes little dark-robed form slipped suddenly blossoms, nodding daintily above the under the lo w er jn w o f the horse and
l'*’r 3 >’,,eins- dl< l-
! sJ t
“ Rosamond, tell me once again— let me that reached away, one below the other, down from the top of the steps into a dark foliage, and the great difference are hinged by a rivet, the overlapping
..... 1 . o
nf f the
i h . snaffle
e , » . . . » aoxi— Many persons perished
being r recessed
hear from vour lip s—that you love me till they sank into the dazzling whiteness huddled nisss upon the ground.
between the careless and artistic ar
burning of a theater tt
to form a smooth Joint. A n overdraw
still. Then I will go. I ask for nothing of the plains below. She Intd not look
(T o he continue.I.t
mon.l, Y’ a.
rangements w ill be at once apparent.
more. That will he enough for me. Tell ed long before she espied between the
check guard, consisting o f n curved ic p . p,
G ood F e n c e G ate.
me that, once, and I will leave you."
black trunks of the beech groves some
chin bar connects to the snaffle bars. |
British lngara cnPtured ^
H ill Nye’ s Hahim
Where the farm U divided Into a An overdraw cheek bit passes through 1 0 1 0 __,
’ “ I cannot tell yon that I love you, quarter of a mile away a small, dark
’ . ,
T all, slim «m l bald. Hill Nyo was cut
Yo,’ ’ ahe aaiil coldly, wondering, as robed figure that wandered slowly and
number of fields it is often som ew hat slots In the upper end o f the check
80det,e> P ^ ib it e d k|
V r i ■ ■ spoke, at the fearful evidence of aimlessly over the crisp, snow-covered out by m m ue to amuse .....pie, and ho o f a u boriou . task to pas. from one
¡Hahn«»»» of which »neh words, from grass.
did amuse even though us humor was BeM to another. anJ M p w la ,|v when guard. The inventor claims that the 1 0 0 0 __„
orerU raw check,
>fe Of Gen. Andrew t
man to her whose life he had apoil-
'T h e re she Is,” muttered the house o f a simple and homely kind. T h e ; animals are to be driven from one sec-
. gave evidence.
A gate either a snaffle bit or to a stiff mouth 1830— Frinoe o f Polignac senten,^ <
keeper, with a pucker of annoyance on D enver lim e s recalls his reply to a t|on to another o f the farm.
1 "Y o u cannot *ay eo!
Do yon mean her rorehaad. “ Poor feckless, half-witted eorrespomleiit w ho inqn.red about sucU as here
„ easil, placed piece bit, is humane in its action, does
life for treason. .. .Indep “ ■
Mat you do not love me, Rosamond? It creature, sauntering along as If It was B ills bablts o f work and life. It waa u, a
of a a j
feDce. not force the Jaws o f the horse open
o f Belgium recognized b
la Imposalble! You cannot have ceased midsummer; with no more notion of tak
to an extent to Interfere with the prop-
O o care for me."
ing care of herself than if she was a
W hen the weather is sueh that I range the po -- o f opening so as to • ■r breathing, w ill not pinch the sides 1831— Stephen Girard. Philadelpi hei
She withdrew her hands from Ills, and baby. Tom ,” site called out to one of
o f the month o f the horse, and w ill
reached them up behind her head with a the gardeners, who was sweeping tin- rannot exercise in the open air, I have have firm corner poor* then m ake a not chafe and Irritate the animal.
1832— Term ination of civil w a r «!
light post Is set
weary action. H er eyes wandered away snow in a desultory manuer away from a pair o f dumb-bells at my lodgings, ^-„te four feet v v
from hia pleading, earnest face that was the front door, “ go and tell Catherine whl. h I use for bolding the door open, before the er. :» o f o »ar.1.» are cut
F e e d i n g o f H o o t s In W i n t e r .
haggard with passion and misery. For a that I want her.”
I also belong to an athletic club and n if the gate la e r* -a .l « » a part o f a
1835— Independence o f
T- m l
The countries that lead In quality of
moment or two ahe was silent, then very
She came obedient to the summons. pair o f Indian clubs w ith r.sl handles. I board fence. Tw<
»*- r.g strips are
slowly she said:
A small, wisp-like figure of a girl in her I ow e much o f my robust health to nailed ou the gate i-ortlon and three live stock use roots as food fo r the 1841—
Assassination o f Sir ff. |
animals. England, which g a v e us our
“ The one thing under the sun which dark dress, with a face that seemed Bils.
Naughton at Cabul.
strong strap hinges are fastened on
best breeds, would never have done 1842— Texas troops invade
Is absolutely Impossible. Brian, la to re
I do most o f my w ritin g in a sitting
kindle the allies of a dead fire.”
so but fo r her large crop o f turnips.
posture or In ail autograph album.
1845— Steamer Rellozane sank
H e rose from hts kneeling attitude at
The English market reports g iv e prices
I want you to come in; it Is W hen I am not engaged in thought I *
her feet, and stood with Ida back to the
am employed in recovering from its
1848— Asiatic cholera broke out!
mantelpiece. Then he drew a long, shiv not fit for you to 1 m - wandering about
ularly as do our journals for grain and
in th » »now like that. H ive you washed effec'.s, I am very genial and pleas
United States troops i l l
j hay. In some sections of this country
. ...E n n is Napoleon madtl
"A h ! it la dead, then," lie aaid, almost the l>est dinner service, as I told you?" ant to be thrown among.
“ Y'es. I have done all the work you
I dress expensively, but not so as to
dent o f French republic. Is Bu
In a whisper.
aet me to do.”
one, but w e rely mostly on corn, which 1851— Dismissal of Lord
In the morning I
“ Y ea ," ahe answered, still not looking
“ Come in then, and go and dust the w ear morning dress, in the evening I
produces not only largely o f grain, but
from office. .. .Lagos, AM |_ ;
at him. " I t la dead. Thank God! thank glass in the octagon room.”
also o f fodder; hence it is cheaper to
stroyed by the British.
w ear evening dress, aud at night I
Kitten did what she was told. She
grow corn than roots, but better re- 1 s'v -’ ........
Thera was silence between them for
11 o f IV -
went Into the octagon room. It was the w ear night dress.
the apace of four or five minutes— abso
suits would be obtained I f roots were
room where Edgar Itaikes used to sit__
lute silence, during which the clock tick
G e t t i n g H i s M o n e jr " « W o r t h .
added to the corn, hay and fodder, j 1854— Armed collisions in eastett,
the room which Brian had once used as
ed steadily ami the fire logs sparkled
’n ' 11
Labor-saving implements now chea
hi» own, and where the photograph of
and crackled, and Brian Desmond faced
Miss Gray stood H Its frame with the stamps at the postotflee instead o f go the boards where cut next to the post. the cost o f producing roots, compared i !860— South Carolina seceded
the bitterest and crudest moment of h
closed brass doors, upon the matitelshelf. ing to that news stand every night?”
with form er years, and with the use o f
It was ■ pla- e that bad a strange fasci
'The news dealer handles the base fastenings at the other eud o f the gate. roots the food Is more varied, which 1861— Principality o f Roumaah j
It was Rosamond who spoke first.
It costs but little to arrange several
nation for Kitten.
she would stand ball extra."
by union of Moldavia
promotes more rapid growth o f young
“ You have left your wife, Brian, at whole minutes at a time motionless at
" I see. 1 Ightwad buys one every o f the handy gates about the farm, stock and greater yields from pro
the window, that looked out over the
and they w ill be found useful. The Il
H e started.
'■ : •'
now barren trees towards
"M y w ife! Good heavens! Surely you ehurrh tower In the hollow.
"Oh, no! You see. the |»apers lay lustration shows the Idea clearly.— In
know— you niuit have heard!"
P a r k in » Pork.
1870— Tours surrendered to «1
Kitten never went into the octagon on the showcase and while the clerk
She looked at him with interest.
room without dreaming by the window Is getting the stamps T igh tw ad reads
K e ep Good H om e».
Clean the barrel thoroughly until nil
"W h a t la it? I have heard nothing.” for a while, nor without a glance inside the score.” — Detroit Tribune.
W e know a farm er who has not less j had odors are removed. Then cover 1874— Hoosac Tunnel turne« 4
“ Is It possible that you do not know the closed doors at Rosamond Gray's
than $700 Invested in old plug horses, ,he bottom w ith three Inches o f salt
-Massachusetts by the M
that m.v w ife left me before 1 went picture.
This self-torture, which kept
t ' o m p n r l n a R e co r d s,
says Chicago Inter Ocean. Kmglmncs. ftI'6 pack In a layer o f pork, elosely fill- 1884— Mackay-Bennctt cable <1
her love and her pain alive, became a
“ No. indeed," she said. " I <
an never \ spavins, w ire euts. eurbs. etc., nre eon- | inK ,he space and covering the whole
the P ,,hlic.
rt of rel gious duty to her.
"Y o u r w ife left yon !" ahe repeated in
Iw your w ife. Why. I had half a dog-
splciious when you look over his herd, j ,ll.VPr w i,h salt three Inches deep. 1894— W a r between China «ij
a voice o f dismay. “ Do you mean that
•Waa I not right to leave him?" she
en offers liefore yours.”
you are not living with liar— that you would say to herself, almost with tri
He has ten or a dozen head, and none
1'0»> h < 1 it down solid with an ax and
declared ended____ Ca(fcj
Ilu li! rejoined the yoting man In o f them can lie depended upon for a f,a rt «n ether layer, keeping on in the
are separated from her?"
umph. "sine» he loved her ».> much, and
found guilty and
“ She. at all events, haa separated her
w ild never, by any effort, hare set me the case. ‘-That's nothing. I promised decent day's work. This man thinks *,l,w W«T until the pork Is all packed I
D evil's Island,
self from me.” he said bitterly.
“ It In her place? Are not all the mistake« to at leust a dozen g lils before 1 met
he needs lots o f horses w ith which to C cver the whole with one-half bushel
— French Chamber of W
Scents that no woman can stick to mi of this world made by the women w h o you.”
do his work, and he bought this assort- ! o f M ,t « » i l let It stand a fe w d ivs i
Tote a* ai“ •,,*,ai,‘e'1 * *
aow. Very likely I deserve It."
»truggle for a man's love which there 1 «
after which clean cold water should |>e ■
"Hut, Brian,” she cried eagerly, "| no hope of the.r getting? Better to le;
I’ irm p O f » .
on top ’ " « » - t 'u b a n Junta in the V
know nnother farm er w ith only three added. A float with a flat
I>o you mean that It go."
"H o w
‘ia imi»t em y Switzer-
ahe left her home and went away? What
head that cost $500, but they are good w ill keep the meat from rising above
There waa a glass-doored cabinet In land!”
noted evangelist, d ied.--j
mad# har leave you?"
the corner o f the octagon room.
ones, aud he can do more work In a the surface. This plan requires more
"W h y !
“ Her own Idiotic jealousy.*’ he replied w »« filled up to the topmost shelf with
"B e, -auso Switzer) tnd hasn't any day with them than the other man can salt than commonly used but Is very
England, died. .. .Bucbl*1!
Irritably. “ Some one. I believe, saw us specimens of old cut glass. It wa* part
Akron, Ohio, burne<L
—e leva la nd P Inin 1 »caler
together that one evening—do you re
f Kitten's duty to dust the »!.»<• and
less horses, but have good ones.
member It. Rosamond?"
T reaty between Mexifo
the shelve*, and to replace thc«e valua
In Hard l*uck
Sheep on S m all F a r m ,
Gould she ever forget It?
Although ble objects In order in their places. Kit
V a lle y Froata,
signed at Washingtoa. I1
The Judge Have y oh anyth! ng to
the anguish of It was past, the bare ten, mounted upon a low pa r o f step*,
Gen. W ood assumed
Three causes operate to produce v a l
offer the court be fon» semen ce 1*
grass farm fo r sheep should be d.-
recollection o f that day In London wa» waa carefully dusting an old goblet of
ernor General of Cuba. I
ley frosts, which are: First, the air.
an indent to make her shudder.
vlded Into small fields o f flv « to ten
grerniah-hticd crystal, which eh« knew
W illiam Ellery ChaaataM
made cold on d e a r nights, becomes
T h e Prisoner- N
“ Tew, ye», go on," she said, hastily.
>r: I nad
ecomes acres each, according to the s,ze of
better than Mrs. Succurden could te!l
$13, but my lawyet
" I don’ t know who It was. Either an her, was o f untold value, being absolute
sage transmitted aero* ^
settles at the bottom.
Second, the T h o t o n . « I -- - ^ 1 a ._ »
Interfering young fool, called Sir Roy ly unique and unreplace able; she was
Grantley, who Imagined himself to be In at I! dreaming about Brian's youth, about
wind* do not reach the valleys, which
N o Room to Rrtrrat.
fnlly stocked to use the pasture to the 1903— East river bridge, conn«
love with her. or else a mischief making the beautiful g rl whom he had loved
Mr*. Ï * ftt.Tl*— |»ij you e v J do itlj allow# unobstructed radiation o f heat
hattan and W illiam «!»«*
woman called Talbot. I never enn make long ago.
fighting at «*1 »!•♦» quarter». Major?
Third, the richer soil o f the v a lle y» best advantage, and
out which; hut one of them must have
should be provided fo r fall fe e d m .
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She could hear Mr». Succurden'« voice
M ajor W edderly— Bure. Most o f iny Induces a later and m ore succulent
•een us together and told her. She wrote talking volubly, and with a certain agi
married life haa been «peut iu a fla t growth, thereby promoting more rapid
little exon, feed to put them ! „ good fflgh, o f nlne m ll„
condition fo r winter.
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