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pa and ma talking all night, and this
Gertrude stood an instant in
life with her three grandmothers
THE BAD BOY.
morning I came down the back stairB A FAITHFUL WlFfl
Y amhill R eporter , until her eighteenth birthday. From thought.
Then she glanced in the
and haven’t been to breakfast, cause
— j » i*im
It reflected «• a u bride-like
that dav dated such strict surveillance th irror
H* Will Bring in Coni, but Draw* th* Lin* I don’t want to see pa when he is Early Sorrows of the Woman Who Ut» J
B nidbb <t W ibbkn ,
at Kindling Wood-
vexed. You let the man that carries
came Pere Hyacinthe’s Bride. ' 1
'bite material, daisy-decked
that even the hair-brush and-slipper I creamy white
in the kindling wood have six shil
period seemed by comparison a re
M c M innville ,
lings worth of groceries and charge
grettable one. And all on account throat by a tiny gold cross. She
them to pa. I have passed the kind
smiled softly, re read her note, waited
ling wood period in a boy’s life, and
the parlor ceilings. A handsome impatiently until half an hour had
“I was down to the drug store this have arrived at the coal period. I
I wonder—ja»t a tiny bit—
young man he was, possessing the passed, and then unlocked her door,
A« 1 see Mabel thoughtful ait
highly euphonious name of Everdell opened it, and listened. All was morning, and saw your ma buying a
Beside the table,
her maiden name as Emily
Tremlett. But neither his good looks j silent as the grave. Cautiously she lot of court plaster, enough to make at kindling wood.”
What ahe would do, the merry miss.
If I should steal from her a kiss;
nor his romantic name availed him ventured out into the entry, groped a shirt, I should think. \\ hat’s she “Well, you are a cruel, bad boy,” terfield, whereas it should be Rm]
said the grocery man. as be went to field, and she was born in the StJ
To me it would be perfect blisa—
aught with the two managing grand her way to the stairway, and began to
But what to Mabel?
mothers, who saw in him only one of descend the stairs, pausing on every doing with so much court plaster !" the book and charged the six shil- of New York, not Ohio, as staJ
the working-day race, with which the other step to make sure that no one asked the grocery man of the bad boy, ings.
Her ear is pink as mother pearl,
And from her net one golden curl
Huffeys and the Von Breeks von was astir and watching her. At last as he came in and pulled off his boots
“O, I don’t k low. I think pa is Our father was killed by the falfil
la straying vagrant:
A man who will take a poor of a house ill the village of YlelrnJ
by the stove and emptied out a lot of
Her silken lashes curve a-down
And therefore with no more It seemed an age to her until she
kitty by the neck, that hasn’t done Ohio. He was a carriage maker. j|
And veil her eyes of bonnie brown -
The perfume from her dainty gown
thought about the matter than if had succeeded in unfastening the
any harm, and tries to chastise the
la faintly fragrant.
John the man-servant had been there heavy chain across it—in reality it through a drift, on the hearth, which poor thing with a trunk strap, ought a "carpenter.” There were eJ
in his stead, they allowed their grand was just three minutes—and then melted and made a bad smell.
to be looked after by the humane so children, instead of five four
How easy round her ohalr to slip
And kiss her tempting ruby lip!
daughter to practice her music lessons she felt for the key. It was gone!
ciety. And if it is cruel to take a cat and four girls. Soon after thedJnH
Yea—would I rue it?
in the back parlor—tbe sliding door Her heart sank within her.
by the neck, how much more cruel is of our father the family got sy ‘S
What is that saying apt, though old?
being partly open—while he was at
“Poor Everdell!” she said, and up so he will hold water. Pa’s tem it to take a boy by the neck, that had rated, leaving the younger chiliS
A winnine knight must needs be bold!
And maiden Mabel oould not scold.
work iu the front
sadly prepared to retrace her steps—
diptheria only a few years ago and
1 think I’ll do it!
And so it happened that Gertrude, not daring to try the basement way, ever see, last night. If that museum whose throat is tender. Say, I guess at home, my youngest brother
trying to play an air from memory, because the servants slept in that was here now they would hire pa I will accept your invitation to take sister Emily and myself remain 3
and finding it continually eluded part of the house—when a faint light and exhibit him as the tattooed man. breakfast with you,” and the boy cut with my mother. My brother dj sh<
her, was about giving it up in vexa appeared above her head, and looking
off a piece of bologna and helped him
THE THREE GRANDMOTHERS
tion, when some one softly whistled up. she saw great gran, carrying a I tell vou, I have got too old to be self to the crackers, and while the soon after, leaving mother, M wh
“And you would marry this fellow,”
grocery man was out shovelling off aud me alone in possession of W<
said Grandma Von Breeks von Starch, on the revolving stool, she saw the down the stairs as carefully as she any man who attacks me from this the snow from the sidewalk, the boy old homestead. Sister Emily s' sol
in her bassooniest (that is the only young painter, brush in hand, stand had come down them herself. "She out, wants to have his peace made tilled his pockets with raisins and myself supported ourselves 3
, will call the others as soon as she is
word I can think of with which to ing in the doorway.
loaf sugar, and then went out to mother, she by teaching a (list. me
"Beg pardon, but that is what you sure it is I,” she exclaimed, clasping with the insurance companies, and watch the man carry in his kindling school and 1 by working onafc
describe them) tones, “if you could?”
She was at that time nearly four- I?8
“Yes, ma’am,” replied Gertrude wanted, is it not?” he asked as he her hands in an agony of fear. But know that his calling and election is wood.
ceased whistling, in a voice as deep I great-gran came straight on, without sure, because I am a bad man, and
years old and I two years her sm. '¡Bl
meekly but firmly.
My sister's first husband, Ed» ^re
"The idea is simply preposterous!” as that of the bassoon grandmother, I a word, until she stood beside the don’t you forget it.” And the boy
SHOPPING IN BOMBAY.
pulled on his boots aud looked so
R. Merriman, was a dry goodst- f'*
declared Grandmother Huffey’s life though much more melodious.
"On yes. thank you,” said Gertrude,
“Here’s the key, my dear,” she cross and desperate that the grocery
I wished, on one occasion, to find chant in Bucyrus, O., and theeiS u
“Preposterous indeed!” responded with a blush; and turning to the I said, in a whisper, and with quite a man asked him if he wouldn’t try a smoking jackets and caps, and my son of Willis W. Merriman tliesf , °
president of the Pittsburg, }
the bassoon. “More than prepos piano again, she played the whole girlish air. “I’ve got a key that tits little
“Good heavens," said the grocery butler volunteered to conduct me to Wayne A Chicago railway comp d”
the General's door, though she don’t
terous—disgraceful! A mechanic! a air skillfully and gracefully.
"It’s a beautiful thing,” said the know it, and I took this from under
Her husband failed in biisinwo^MI
common working-man! a house-paint
painter, still standing in the doorway; her pillow. Oh! if she’d caught me. and his face resumed its natural look, and dark streets we rode, stopping became dissipated. Soon after u 1
“but I think the song beginning in But she sleeps like a soldier of tbe and the piratical frown disappeared
failure they removed to New W-SB
“He’s a fresco-painter,” timidly this way”—and he prepared to j Revolution.
And here’s a little gift with the cider "You have not stabbed Hight of steps, or rather a ladder, al city, where his dissipation increa'4*
whistle again, when he encountered for yon”—putting a small package in your father have you ? I have feared
to such an extent that she could JR
“Which amounts to the same thing,” the frozen frown of Madam Von Gertrude
’s hand. "Law. child, how that one thing would bring on an rope at the side hung down from dure it no longer, so she detenu: iq L
groaned the bassoon.
Breeks von Starch, as she stepped |
you do look like me the night other, with you, and that you would above, and, clutching it first, I as to place the ocean between her-^Q
“Michael Angelo—” began Ger into the room from the balcony and I I I much
cended. I could not help feeling a
with Oliver Peeky! Your yet be hung.”
and her husband, which she ouj
“Naw, I haven't stabbed him. It little nervous, but the butler, in whom leaving her two children, a boyai vo;c
! sweetheart’s a good boj’; I know all
“Heaven preserve us!” shrilled the And the next day the piano was I about him. Good-night, and a happy was another cat that stabbed him. I had great confidence, followed girl, with her husband’s fathei
fife; “she’s bringing some Irishman closed and locked, and the fair per I New Year to you both!” And exert You see, pa wants me to do all the closely, and reassured me. The room
into the discussion now! Be silent, former a prisoner in her own room;] ing all her strength —Gertrude stand work around the house. The other in which I found myself was very Ohio. This step on her part wi,a
miss. We’ll not hear another word and Grandmother Huffey, meeting | ing motionless in her great surprise day he bought a load of kindling small and dark, with no window. An sanctioned and advised by her
from you. And understand distinct Mr. Everdell Tremlett as he came to ; -»■the old lady unlocked the door, wood, and told me to carry it into the old Mohammedan sat cross legged in people, as well as those of heri«ffiS
band, all of whom loved her det ‘Yet
ly, once and for all, that if that per work, requested him in one brief i and gently
the _ girl out into basement. I have not been educated the corner, with a dim light by his Upon sailing for Europe she sail conj(
son calls here to-morrow, which no sentence to "get through his work the arms of her lover,
up to kindling wood, and I didn’t do side. He rose, salaamed almost to her husband: "If you reform an 8cre(
doubt he will have the impertinence and go about his business as soon as j And
.k..d when the flight was discovered it. When supper time came, and pa the floor, lighted another lamp, and, come a man again I will retun cau
and assurance to do, you are to dis possible ”
1 next morning, the anger thereat was found that I had not carried in the piling up some dingy old rugs for me live with you, but if you don’t 11 thesi
miss him instantly, or ire will.”
But Love—bless his merry little nearly equalled by the wonder in kindling wood, he had a hot box, and to sit on, proceeded to untie his shall.” They mutually loved i qUel
"And endeavor to begin the new
he told me if that wood was not in bundles and display his goods. It
locks and lit
dearly, and she had tried it whal
year”—the bassoon took up the strain
"She never went by the front door, when he came back from the lodge, was a long time before I could see in other
santly for fourteen years to save! repli
again —"in a manner befitting a
descendant of the illustrious General trude went for her singing lesson to thundered the bassoon.
I tried to hire some one to carry it in, grees my eyes became accustomed to but all in vain. As soon as she si bear
Von Breeks von Starch, whose unex the Conservatory (to and from the
and got a man to promise to come in the darkness and my olfactories to the for Europe he began to realia serve
ampled bravery made him and Ber door of which she was always escorted the parlor windows to have saved her the morning and carry it in and take “delightful India smell,” which was condition and stopped dissipa with
gen op-Zoom—the city of his birth— by either Madame Von Breeks von life,” squeaked the fife. "Only John his pay in groceries, aud I was going almost overpowering. It required In less than one year we wrote tin th
famous not only throughout Holland Starch or Mistress Huffey) she found
to buy the groceries here and have patience to watch him open package to return, as we all thought "Edover
but the entire world, at a time when there a new pupil with a magnificent i ant* Myself know the secret of the them charged to pa. But that wouldn’t after package of very inferior goods. we familiarly called him, had la hel
you were not dreamed of.”
help me out that night. I knew when From experience I knew this was a reformed for good. She caiuebconc!
As for Great gran Peeky, she had the fair haired, blue-eyed young opened it, she certainly could not pa came home he would search for necessary performance to be gone upon the first steamer. Soon l forsi
sat softly rocking to and fro in her
arrived her daughter di -: recor
servants must have helped her. ’ me. So I slept in the back hall on a through. After a while the embroid she
cushioned rocker munching her car meeting, nor of the meetings that the
cot. But I didn’t want pa to have all eries of which I was in search began not long after her husband
away biscuits—a store of which she
his trouble for nothing, so I borrowed to appear. Then my butler depre drinking again, becoming wor-wom(
always carried in a little satchel
ma," ’ said an old tom cat that my chum’s old ciated the article so well that the ever before. She then determiliLpQf,,
here ’s no use asking ma,
suspended at her side—sleepily re naughty girl breathe to either of the J "There
maid aunt owns, and put the cat in abatement in price was astonishing. give him one more chance toregSSK
garding the group of talkers, and three grandmothers, and the two . listress Huffey, looking rather spite- my bed. I thought if pa came in my I selected several things, and rose to himself. So she crossed the At ness
saying not a word herself. But that younger of the trio exulted greatly i fulv' at the old lady as she rocked room after me, and found that by his go, but the little, weird old man again, taking her son with hiraniZS
was nothing strange for her. She over the strict vigilance with which !n *»er favorite rocker and munched unkindness that I had changed to a begged "Mem Sahib” to be seated, ing Ed that if he would reform -affor,
h(>r favorite refreshment. "She never
scarcely ever spoke save in mono they guarded the future bride (accord j sees
hears anything. But how tom cat, he would be sorry. That is and wait just one “little minute,” aud she would return again. But Bbant
syllables, and never even in them ing to their long laid plans) of Died ever nor
ungrateful minx got out, the biggest cat you ever see, and the give him the pleasure of showing months after he died in an in desna
when Madam Von Breeks von Starch
’s gone, and nota penny worst tighter in our ward. It isn’t "Mem Sahib” a shawl. And he did asylum in Chicago. Hence ti.time
and Mistress Huffey were laying down
afraid of anything, and can whip a show me not one shawl, but hundreds gam's statement that “the am! heard
does she ever see.”
the law (a favorite occupation of the new year. But their exultation
dog quicker than you —'•oarse, ill made, heavy, at first; young woman had but one ^sage_,
theirs, by the-bye) to servants, trades came to an end on New-Year’s Eve. to be a bonbon box filled with fresh could Foundland
sand in a barrel of sugar. finer, more delicate, most exquisitely and that was a sojourn in Eur|jeve ;
people, or granddaughter Gertrude. On that evening the Conservatory of caraway biscuits, in the midst of Well, put
eleven o’clock I heard pa woven at last. Finding me firm in is not true, as her main object that r
And the last thing that could have Music gave a pupil concert and’ the which lay a crisp thousand dollar tumble about
kindling wood, anil I my intention not to purchase, he re get her young son away from tangly
occurred to either of the amiable law
he made, as the duced the prices for these bewitchin ’ fluence of a dissipated father, which
makers would have been the idea of
him, that goods till they were almost too sma desire also that her absence wor^ud 8|
appealing to the old lady for an
fight real to be true. I hastily made my escape the means of reclaiming him. jnteri
opinion on any subject whatever. It
The Figaro says: "an unl )Ut of
and down the ladder, lest my pocket-book
sufficed them that she paid without
occasion soon offered itselfjeing
grumbling the greater part of the to his aid a mysterious throat disease. an enigma to them forever.”
her to go to Europe. That, ’‘ 'oehelc
had retired to his virtuous couch.
expenses of the household out of the His professor declared that sing he
Hammall, of Indiana” propoti -ientb
is awful sarcastic when he tries to
income which was to cease at her must, or lose his place iu the Con And Madame Von Breeks von Pa
A TANK ON WHEELS.
her “to take his son to Frai'jesme
death, and yet allowed them to man servatory, and, what was still worse, Starch and Mistress Huffey having be. I could hear him take oft' his
complete his education." Thei.hat o
age all things pertaining to it in their prove himself an “ingra-a te!” And succeeded in marrying the merchant clothes, and hear him say, as he
One of the palace ears lielonging to that Judge Hanna, of Fort Waind;
so the three grandmothers, sitting in from Bergen-op-Zoom to a distant picket! up a trunk strap, ‘I guess I
a relative of the Mcrrtouanc
Gertrude so named by Madame great state near the stage, were hor relative of the Von Starch family— will go up to his room and watch the > the United States Fish Commission Indiana, and
the successor to
Von Breeks von Starch iu honor of rified—that is, two of them were sought out and dowered for that smile on his face, as he dreams of ’ started recently for California with a l family,
iman, senior, to the presidei lavs h
the patron saint of Bergen-op Zoom (great-gran munched her caraways as purjiose departed with the bridal angels. I yearn to press him to my ■ passenger list of young fish number- the
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne am lebaui
—had lost both her parents in her ilacidly as ever)—by seeing" and pair for that once-ronowned military aching bosom.’ I thought to myself, , ng 18,000. The car in its appear
infancy, and her father having been nearing their granddaughter made town, and “the land of the free and mebbe you won't yearn so much di ance, anil to a large extent in its cago railroad company, sent bo his t
reduced to poverty some time before operatic love to, in a very real love the home of the brave” knew them no rectly. He come up stairs, and I could [ internal arrangements, resembles a son and daughter with my >i<iothin
hear him breathing hard. I looked modern sleeping car. There are the Europe the second time. Sh? vhich
he died by various gentlemanly vices, making way, Indore a most fashion more.— | Harper
out around the corner and could see compartments at each end. In the treated her husband "as her inftjf his
she had been left wholly dependent able audience, by the young man
THE KING AND WAGNER S SON.
he just had on his shirt and pants, one compartment is what may be as stated. He was well educate
who frescoed their parlors.
ujxin her three grandmothers.
and his suspenders were hanging caller! the office of the superintend a good business man. while
In a moment the whole truth
Of these Great gran Peekv was
the mother of Grandmother Huffey, flashed upon their minds, and how taken the education of Siegfried, the down, and his bald head shone like a ent. Here is a table fixed between finer looking men ever lived,
who in turn was the mother of Ger they sat out the rest of the concert, son of the illustrious composer whose calcium light just before it explodes. two seats, with a hanging lamp above. standing his dissipation. ' tomai
trade's mother, while Grandma Von so great was their indignation, they remains were buried at Bayreuth yes Pa went in my room and up to the The space above the two ice tanks, tried for years to reclaim him.
Breeks von Starch held the same never knew. «But at last, much to terday. It is not often that genius bed. and I could hear him say, ‘Come which are built upon each side of the no purjioee.
I he Figaro says: “she retur!)auge
their relief, it came to an end, and descends from father to son. but there out here and bring in that kindling passage-way, and are used when
close relationship to her father.
The bassoon grandmother was at the ominous silence with which they are instances of such descent. It is wood, or I will start a fire on your necessary to cool the air that passes the United State's, with the intej have
the head of the American branch of received the pretty culprit prepared said that young Hadley, now a tutor base burner with this strap.’ And through the fish tanks in the car, is of obtaining a divorce,” ati^ge of
her family (she had been a Von her for the storm (the after claps of at Yale, gives promise of achieve then there was a yowling such as I utilized for pigeon holes. The com “she pleaded that her hu-b:io^&ng
Breeks von Starch herself, and had which I have recorded at the begin ments as remarkable as those of his never heard before, and pa said. partment at the other end is used for unable to support her and her igion.
married a cousin of the same name) ning of my story) that burst upon famous father. It can hardly be that ‘Helen Blazes,’ and the furniture in a kitchen. The central part of the This is not a fact, as she never|Ow a
a family of great prowess and many her head as soon as they reached the child of a man of the extraor my room began to fall around and car has an aisle running through the for a divorce and never would ’iould
bags of gold in their father land some home. \\ hen it was over Gertrude dinary strength of character of break. O, my.' I think pa took the center, and, in place of the seats on all her friends insisted on her n atte>
century and a half ago. She was was allowed to seek her room. Here Richard Wagner has not more than tom cat right by the neck, the way he each side, are wide wooden ledges so. But she would not. and ''i'ay n<
tall, stout and solid, with a round she threw off her cloak, turned the ordinary talents. If he has genius does me, and that left all the cat's about three feet high, on which are hoped that the father of herl’ nent, tl
face, biy black eyes, abundant iron key in her door, and took from her the advantages the King now gives feet free to get in their work. By the placed the tin fish tanks. Berths would yet reform. That her uost
gray hair, and a carriage that iiume bosom a note, which she hastily read. him will develop it. and if he lacks it, way the cat squawled as though it was ike those in sleeping cars are along sorrow in her early life wa- nan. ■’
¿lately suggested to the beholder “My dearest" (thus it ran),—“I the kindness of the monarch will lie being choked. I know pa Had him the side for the use of the superin to the dregs all who know I ThatV
the last syllable of her aristocratic suppose in fBct, 1 know you will an appropriate tribute to his ¡minor by the neck. I suppose the cat tendent and his assistants. The testify, but she was |>i--'‘■■•aid Pa
have a scene to night with her Royal tai sire. In honoring the memory of thought pa was a whole flock of New dining table is placed in the aisle, great courage and indomitably 8ee ,
The fife grandmother, five years Highness Von Breeks von Starch ami his great friend the Bavarian King Foundland dogs, and the cat had a with seats in the ledges. The human and was a thorough student, vish to
her junior, was directly her opposite, her faithful henchwomau the Duch brings his own name into honorable record on dogs, and it kicked awful. passengers, as well as the fish, five ing herself closely to her stud'iy min
being short, slim and limber, with a esse de Huffey. I am so sorry for you, mention the world over.—| Mail and ; Pa’s shirt was no protection at all in in the car.
she might fit herself to batti-Qookii
a cat tight, and the cat just walked ' The fish are not placet! in the life and provide for hersclflh«ne
sharp-cut face, extremely thin fair dear! But don’t let them frighten Express.
all around pa’s stomach, and p3 yelled I tanks filled with water, as the motion child.
hair and faded blue eyes.
‘police’ and ‘tire.’ and ’turn on the of the train would dash the water
Great gran Peeky, notwithstand I am alxiut to propose. To morrow
* *** *
hose.’ and he called ma. and the cat about and destroy many lives among
General John R. Gordon of <
ing her eighty three years, was by will be New Year’s Day. Consent, I
yowled. If pa had had presence of the young passengers. Instead, came home from Europe pronaj-
far the beet-looking of the three entreat you. to begin the new year
mind enough to have dropped the cat. aoout twenty fish are placed in gallon country. He said to a repod^^“’
(though she did look, I must confess, with me. I have but a humble home
when munching her caraway biscuits, to offer you, but in it waits the bless- I prophesied this bill would be at- or rolled it up in the mattrass, it tin pails, and these pails are put in is enough to make an American
somewhat like a very nice meditative edeat of mothers and the best of
would have been all right, but a man the tanks, and then the latter filled to walk through the streets <*
old rabbit). Her snowy white tresses grandmothers y»bo will make vour was sorry to find he had proved a always gets rattled in time of danger, with water. With the carp, how Jon. with the civilization a
waved prettily above her still dark fourth) to welcome yon. I shall lie . true prophet. Lord Coningsby. who and he held onto the cat and started ever. the water in the pails is sufficient, thousand years, and see Ate
eyebrows, beneath which beamed with waiting, when you ‘read this note, ; spoke after him always in a passion, down stairs yelling murder, and he and
the motion of the car tends to thè implements. American
a mild, dreamy light her soft brown with a carriage around the nearest j desired the House to remark, that met ma coming up. I guess ma’s circulation
of air in the water, keeping chilli's. American tools and
eyes, and a pleasant winter bloom corner Our alto and tenor will be
nightcap, or something, frightened it fresh. The attendants, however foods displayed on every
with me, ready to act as bridesmaid
lingered on her wrinkled face.
the cat some more, cause he stabbed
snow that American wa
It was from her Gertrude had re and groomsman. Your grandmoth , |>art he did not know what prophet ma on the night shirt with one hind renew the water every eight hours, being sold in the stores and A
reived all the picture books and sugar era would never consent to our mar
foot, and ma said ‘mercy on us.’ and any fish that mav have died. The fields are feeding the English
plums, almost always Ixstowwl in riage. and unless you take a decisive | prophet Balaam, who was reproved she went back, and pa stumbled on a
of fish lost by death is and American faetorn» are!
perfect silence, that had brightened step they will marry you. in spite of I by his own ass. The bishop, in reply, hand-sled that was on the stairs, and • I percentage
and sweetened her childhood. Grand yourself, to your Dutch fifth cousin. with great wit and calmness, exposed they all fell down, and the cat got however, very small.
The fish do not complete their _ Think not you are the
[this rude attack concluding thus: away and went down in the coal bin
ma Von Breeks von Starch supply Come, my darling, come.
I “Since the noble lord has discovered and yowled all night. Pa and ma travels when they leave the car. For has to endure, and who >h
ing the lessons in deportment and
instance: The first stop which will e<>>o-uips of
»now manners such a similitude. I
Grandmother Huffey (let me whisper
- itrr and^H
r. a - Lt you find it impossible to am well content to be compared tn went into their room, and I guess thev be made by this car will be at St I ft hardships
IlVr. I desires
.1 .»«, •
.. of f t the
it) the punishments^ usually inflicted
with a slipper or the back of a hair
applicants residing in Missouri and I imaginary, in every one's W
brush. But in spite of the lectures
Arkansas From this point pails of But sitting down and broou^H
and lessons ami other disagreeable
fish will be sent all over the States never bring power to AvercowN
things, Gertrude led a tolerably happy
by express at the expense of the con Rather tie up and doi*g. thao^B
1 wa* ail 1 could do to go to sleep, with , signee.
tbe blessings yet rei jning.