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THE CHARLOTTE MESI
CHARLOTTE, N. C., SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1888
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CHAIILOTTI, N. C.
In th* Xntomto of th* Oolor«l PoopU
of tho Ooontiy.
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■ Snt-claa u«»Hi>p«c
U» iBterwu «the people ^
I* to i^rthe loaf Mt nea]
3Ll2fIW*** *“ ••^*«»to (be ridto tod
lotar.Ma of Um NeptHSStaa
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W. C. SMITH CharlottoNO
THE X.ATEfiT VEWB OP THE DAT
Thuraday morning of Uat week oil
Durham waa taken aback upon readiog
n^.^i Ti ^ p, .1 a notion noatod upon the doort of the
vUir^il ? '?*?' f will, Bank of Durham lUtios that Mr. W. T.
„ „ i *0 proprietor. h«l Bade
E»-Mtyor J. A. Coebnn, of Staunton, j Mrljtimenl.
Va, d}^ Tbundty of typhoid ferer. Boon It waa atcertained that Capt E J
The Eaitem Field Trial club are al'^*"'"**' Mr J W niackwell, Meaara.
High Point, N. C., with their Ilird ' Muse and Shaw, Mr W P KlHi and
Uuntiog Doga I Meun. Bohbina A Stone had also made
BeDatorOorBanlseodratoriag foar- . .u , u
the Baltimnm A rtk( tf'-f ’ to moetnressing demands,
the IWtimoB iOhioKailrosdCompany. I W Tllackwell «tigna to V Ballard
At Waterloo, N T. Chaa Johnaon. a I and W S Heliiburton.
D«to tWM. wu banged for the murdef' E J Parri«h aasigna to W W Puller
vi°i. ••'•deo, whom 'and JM Whltted and conreya all hia
he killed in an effort to eaeape. 1 available property.
During the ffrit ten montha of 188S, ! W P Ellis, dealer in dry goods, aa
Wmileaofnew railway were built in * "ip°* to W S Halliborlon.
South Carolina, which p'awes allprevioua I Chnrlei Bobbina and W H Stone, com
r*corda ' posing the firm of Bobbins A Slone,
Preaident Inman, of the Rirhmond x'-n
Terminal basstgned a chock for M.1I50.-I *^‘,'1; , „
000, being the Isat paTmeat on tiock of '
I the Oeorgia Central Railroad. I ^ Micks. He
The Eaat Tecneaaee red yesterday ' K “““
i Another big failure i, reported. John
fh« wet^ i L Markham, a leading wholesale mer
They were from King a Mountain. K. 0.; chant, assigned for »MI,0l>0. The fall-
Benjamin Herriaon will be fifty five! tire was eauaed mainly liy Markham giv-
y*’*'*»^t* moiitha and fourteon daya old I iiig accommoditinn paper to the Bank
when hr ia icauguratod President of the ' of Durham, which aviigned Thursday,
II iakei 1, fiOormo barrel^f Bonr \ ^ I amounting to |HO,000. and wl ichduo in
. k.^.1 M— . . — .. Thealaty-fourtb a anual conTcotion of I *hu'it SOdaia A few other assi^nmenta
Ohl Phi (ntemity met at Richmond, Va, *'’t'*='P*ted, and thcao with the alz
Thnraday with delegatee present from ^ reported, will probably swe'l the llibili
.k-.* .. , .r;«at.,ei SOA AAA
to tnpply bread for the peopla of Phila
delphia. Beeidea paying nearly $8,000,>
000 a yew for this flowr they also pay
over $10,00(^000 annually for haring it
made Into bread by the baken. lo other
words, aayi the Jlteord of that city, the
eiaff of life is more than doubled in value
hacauae women at home cannot make
light, wholeacme loarat.
The newa that the Mikado of Janaa
i'aa bacomo addicted to alcohol, while
the Emparorof China ia deroting moat
of hia time to op-um tmoking, is cot aat-
hfactory. Kalakaua ia still playing
poker with diaaatmia resulta to hia Ha-
Uonal Treaiury. Really, obaerrea tha
Grapkit, these remote potentatea aeemto
need the aerriceeF of an all-round
An article lo tbe North China Herald
upon Cbiocae benevolence ahnwa that it
ia very generally practised. Whenever
great floods nr faisinei occur gnat soap
kitchens are oatabliahed. There
detiea to provide coffins for there who
eaooot boy them, for gathering hguian
bonea sshicb have become ezpoaed and
giving them enitablo burial, for diatrih-
uting plasters and drugs, and for pro-
aentiog “virtue booke.”
Korth Carolina ran lay claim to tho
President’s earliest namesake, aaserta tbe
Hew York C'/moierriiif A/eTt*ssr. North-
empton, in that State, hai a Urnver
Cleveland, now a sturdy lad of twelve^
and wboae father, upon going to Buf
falo, N. Y., for medical treatmantshort-
ly before hit birth, heard a speech from
Mr. Cleveland, then almoet to fortune
and to fame uokoown. end waa ao im-
pretaed with it that he gave the epeak-
cr'a name to hli neat boy, propbeaying
M tbe t me that bo wouldbeaPretidant a
twenty cliapteri, A fonguet waa held in
It ia roBored that in Christian conaty.
Mo, the home of the femoue Held Knob*
her King, Dave Wslkar, five of the wit-
neiaea who teailfied against him io hia
trial for murdtr havt been lynched by
The present Legiilatiire of Georgia
remarkable*-' - •
Tho Amount Made Good.
The responsibility for the $I,tOO in
anilarr' allvcrdoUars rcceolly shipped
nm I'niled Slates mint at Now Orlmns
thel niled Hlatea Treasurer at Wash
ington, d''liveral in the form of bird
shot, has been practically caiabliahed by
onupr^ldiDg Tb, 1T..1U.,,, I"f
or the s,,.!,. Mr Fl,»i.g d, Blmon, | “""P*"?- '™it thu. u.ulj .d-
Md tbe S[wmkor oftb, noift,. Mr A. tt. I ie-|H.riBd»lit, (or tiro nr.rrroy.
Cl.,,bod, bon. ib (b.i.bj. 1,;'™k
tnm|>crcd with w-hlle id transit.
SsMath tbii bomotaad's doplttg eavt%
We gather remod the board,
And (or tbe golden barvrat sent
Gtva tbanka nsto the Lord,
But rram the bunting bams and M««s
Oh. epara a thought I pcay,
For tboas who kept In srintry woods
The first Thaakegivlng Day)
The taeaot as veiled and dark.
And all tbe world beoealb,
Of withered wood and wold, lay bid
Within a snowy ibeath.
Tboy ahlvered In iha bitter hi««*.
For thinly clad were they;
The pilgrim fatben long ago,
Who kept ThankagivingUay.
With all fall train of fealhared damee
Behind him Is a row.
They saw a lordly bird with pluoua
Like polished metal go.
Tbe aim war sure, tbe bullet Buej
In throes of deeth be ley;
And feasting on hia daintv flsah.
They kept Tbank^lving Day.
Tha graves wbeivla their father! clapi,
The fields aDd fells of home.
Were Icaeura beyond tbe forest dark.
Aurost the wintry foam.
Thougn want and f^r abided Uw«k
And peril barrel tha way;
Tet, lonely to e looely lend, *
They kept Thanksgiving Day.
In all Che pleasant fields about,
Upon the frosted vinea,
BweetCinderella'a fairy cotob,
Tbe yellow pumpkin, abinea;
And ftitl with ell hJa train of damea^
Aa In tbe winter-whltenod irm^'
That flrat Thanksgiving DajL
Onr fathers' graves are on thalhm,
Tbe children at the knee,
The storebouiie full of goodly thlngi.
How gnilafiitcbevshoulil be!
Tbey thanked tbe Uwd for perils paaeed.
And for the right to prey;
Thao let us docbly thank Him now,
Kor this Thankigiving Day.
— Iffnafe /reinp.
For the bay and tbe corn and the i
A Brooklyn man has originated an en.
lerpiise liy which the rommuoity iato be
supplied with (ruatworthy eggs. HU
plan, relates the Chicago lleraUM to in-
cIOM bens of aaeeriaioed diligence ai
egg producers in caged.up oeata and
leave them at the bomei of enttomera,
tbe latter to pas a rental of ao mneh per
ken, end take their chances of getting
nor>- or lias than one egg from each
ftfwi. It is aUied that tbe company
which has been organitad for thU pur*
posa will not be nwponaible for tbe
failure of any particular ben to perform
her duly, but will spare no effort to em
ploy Rliable hens that will malntaiu a
rawoaable ararmge. U U a great enter-
prtoe, and the public is carUia to take lo
it kindly. Tbe eaekle of a hoc In city
bomea, with iu rcfrMhlsg raggeationa of
country life aid ratal banyards. and
tha warm. wWla egg fraih from the
naM. irill be attraetive noveltiaa.
IMahaMat, Bat Ctartf.
Fivdarick, tbe (liaat,
OM dar aent a baHwtfnI of baauUfal
obwnae to tbe (Jueeu. The mmeeagm.
a paca. wa naaMa to radrt tte umM
tiouto taeu tha^ aad audad ^ aating
dieeaaarad tha bafi Utoft, ha aall^ «h
pace I# Uka a aota to tha gB«M-ba«
UTwalt far a reply. ,
w thma wii treuMa fa far
sSt the .aw by a haakar *ha hjw^
u ka uremtag tha eoanyard. Whea ty
aOaar ayaaaS the a«*a ka ’
W*a: «» tmaaty-ffsa
laAim aad taka a naMpi far tha aMa.
UapHaaftha haakartyNjaMata «•
AMMit* aaaalraff raaaMviaH IMM *■
Atlanta Thursday night by H 8 Moore,
anilwtymail clerk. Mr Hunt waa n
member of tbe Oeorgia Legislature from
Catoou, sad a young man and was very
At tbe Koiwhls of Labor f’onrentinn,
at Induoapolla, Master Workman Pow-
derly and secretary Litchmas made long
reports attacking each other, hut afler-
wardi tbe two leaders mad* friends and
tbe savage parte of thu reports were
Thomas Branch, a wall known ban
ker, died at Klchtnond. Va, in the NOth
year of hia age. He was a union man
before the war, wai a merr.Ircr of the so-
cesalon convention and apoko and voted
egainat the ordinance, but afterwards
Richmond and Dauville syslrm—W A ''
Walden has been appointed mailer me- I
rhanic of the Atlanta and Cbarlolto di-j
viaion, with bradquartcra at Atlanta. '
Qa. vice Mr A W Oibba. tranfom-d. Mi
The matter is still under inveatigntion.
and Inn; yet bs unraveled. OfReera of
the lompany are aoniewhst indignant
over what they regard aa the jireniaturc
publication of the ftbeovery of theft, on
the theory that if tbe persons concerned
in ihe^Mlter hod not Iieen informed of
the di^mvery of their operations they
might have easily been detected trying
In repeat the net of exchanging shot for
tho silver contenta of bsgi in which
money is trnDsoiiltcd.
-e the di
of his election (ieneial
: iins steiidily inrrtased
-eached luonimotb pro-
iiorningil fe.]Uired on
J haul Ibe bundles of
waimpra that bi
ivo-i since Saturday. Alrout fifte,
idrtd letters end several bogs
i'>pi|>ers ciim)>rirel today's. Som
SI Neialei baa been appointed foreman ' thing like eighty telegri
■ A WaUlco.
They Ate Their Crow,
A novel wager on the result of ihe
Presidential election made ai BouiL
Chicago. III., baa been setlUd. A iiuni
ber of gursis of a hotel were almiit i-quol
ly divided on the oolltical qiieation.
Io coveraation one day the subject of n
meal of crow waa diacuaacd, and ibe re-
suit waa tbit a wager was msdu that IT
Harrison waa elected the Ihmocratic
boardera should at a mess of crow, ami
that ig case of Cleveland’iaurcesstbc Itr-
E ubllcana were to dine on the siit-culeDt
lack bird. One dozen crews and a
dozen jackSDlpca were purcbaaerl, and at
dinner, the Bapublicana and tbe Demn-
enta faced each other senau the table.
At tbe appolnW time the wahera
brought io the crows, which had Ireen
roaaed and in all respecla nicely pie
pared. Amid a cootinued roar of luiigh
ter on tbe part of the Republlaans sod
their fnenda who bad gathered to are
the fan, (he victims ate with a good
grace their meal. In Ihe mwotimo tho
other aide of the table teasud on jick-
The /adgea Pazxled.
.. curious cor^ycation has arisen in
regard lo the ofBciel raturra from ope
district of Prii^ George's eoucty. Mary-
la^ After toe votes wtrr counted one
of the Judges, through ignoracce, put
tha tolly abetto into we liallot box and
looked them op. The law forbids a box
to be reopned uoleat there is a conteit,
and how legally to aecun tbe official
nturui the jodgeaof tbedUtriet aropuz-
aM to know. lodge Slooc has bean
appoeled to. but it is feared Im Bay da-
«i1m He beano jorladietlon and can
not order tho ballot box to bo teopened.
lathateveottbaretooelyoeo eouree to
bo pursoed. Portuntaly tbe new boxea
are tnospareut. Tbe joagee will ^b-
aUy moat aod whiio oM of them ihakee
tbs bos up, the other will watch oniil
tha telly eaeeu (alt oa top whh tbe flg-
uro Mdo ■». Tbty wfll thra carefuliy.
iMd tha retorac. Bake a correct eo^^
atail It to the wenlary of Stole.
WMtotbeoffktolrftanwfroB (he $ftb
dtotrktBa laooBpleto, vwtog to tbe
hliwi 111. ttnigiw. M
gletaeoBfiMadMecntte plufaUty of
toduy. most of s longratulatory
character, aa arc kIso bis letters. Here
tofme Ueneral llmrisiiii has aimed to re
plvtd every ieltcr. H only ncknosl
edge Its receipt, In. ith - an czlra-
ordinary increase, he now li la that tbe
task of replying to coch letter will Ih-
too great to uedertake, aa il would
than ocfopy bi« entire time.
The Partners In Convention.
Hual>iindry enmmenced in Topeks. Ksn
liisl week. Delegates are present fron
every stale in the iiolnli. Acting Wor
ihv Ma'ter Juincs Dmiier, of Marauchu
Mciuorial servina were held in bnau
of decesM-d Worthy Masier I* I) Dorden.
of MiAiisalppl. who died in July last.
Bundiog committees were then announo
The eighth nnoual convention of tin
farmers' congrru of the United dtalea
also met in this city. R F K>Ik, of Ala
bama, [iresided. The call of tbe roll
ebowel thirty states reproeniel.
A Lynching in locntalana.
A special from Donaldaonvilie,
saya that uo Tuesday afternoon
placuilun near that town, a negro aeii-
ad an eleven year-old (htld (if >respecU-
blaparenta wbo at the lime was playing
with her younger aiaterl. Flourishing a
knife, bo took ber into ibo cane Held.
The ecreams of younger children brought
a number of plantotioa hands to tbe spot
aod the wret(*b waa caught in tbe act of
oiitregiog tbe child. He waa taken to
jail, but ao giait waa the indigdatloo
tbit atwut two hundred persooe attacked
and ovrr)>owered the jailerat night and
took the prisoner and hanged him.
A Ptatei Ballot-Bax Btaffing.
The facranlento (Cal) Set aava; Cap-
(ain Bam, touerof tbe Piute Indlaa^
who )»M'Seea glcaniog hopa along the
Amtrtran river of late, aays ihu ha waa
ocea a eandldaia for Chlaf of tha Pfuiai.
Hia oppacaat «m Capiala olha, and the
Piutee aaraed ttpou a data (or tha alae-
lioa. TSebatlotiag wm to ba by Baaaa
of bmU pabhlaa, to ha dapealtad ia a
bos, flam's ballaU btoag whha wbblat
tad Jtasa black. Tha Mgbt befeva tha
ttortlira aoBo of Jtm'aadhBaatodiappad
a huakatful «l blaab pabhlB Into the
For tbe la
well done, and tUe barns that
For the son and the dew aad tbe sweat
For tbe rose and Uis sone ud tbe harv«
For Ifaa trade and tbe ikJII and the wealth
inlng aod etreagtb of Ihe working-
t hope end affection
For Ihe homee that with purest affection are
Forthsaeasoo of plenty and wsll-dmerved
For our countir ertraded from arm unto sea.
The land that Is known os tbo ''I.«ad ol tbs
t aha called
All day, with a
^ choking sob in
ber throat, ibe eat
in a damp, cheer-
leae room trim-
^.mlng btu ngiil
her fingers tad
eyes ached, and then, at night, to
bed'acbarged because a tioy drop of
blood from ber pricked flogere fell on a
bitofvelretl To the friendleu orphan
a a bitter misfortune and her
;ure rebellod egainat tha loju^
Poor Hopei Tbe past ten years had
been to ber acontinnal straggle for eiiat-
lo thli time she had seen her
mother laid ia tbe grave aod herself left
alone in the world, with ooiy her on
labor between lUrvation and Ufa.
slender, graceful girl, whcaa
neolule, cheerful spirit abona through
berclear, brown eyes; but to-aigfat (ha
brawn eyes were dim with nnihed taara,
the ut by the window and gated
oni iato tbe drluling twilight tbe gave
hetialf np te the memory of the pMt.
Far back In (hat past the Was a child
eurronodad by all that loving
pareats could prorida, aad B aba dratB-
ad of thaae daya the lean roUed dowa
the pale ebseka aad the iBsKlva Bouth
quivered with moUob.
A few jaare had broaghl great
ehaogea. The ptaeie« bvlag Briber
htoi Atm\i died a( waataadMrrov.aad
thehM|d«v Wif WMp M
Uttar angnlab at tha Iota whiUt left her
utterly friendleea. From the day As
earth hid her mcther’i tendai faoa from
view, Hope knew ihe stood alone In tha
Slowly and painfolly the terrible dark
days came back to ber aa ehe eat in the
liie father had liked the social glass,
and then fo'lowed an naconqnering
thirat that had literally drank np bnsl-
neaa, home and manhood.
Again Hope could see the aad pleading
eyes of ber mother end tbe growing
poorer and poorer notll the deepest
poverty was coapled with the keener
anguish of disgrace.
Then followed the secret biurying
sway of the hniband and father, who in
on hour of terrible temptation bad thrown
sway hia honor and principle.
Branded with the crime uf forgery rbe
poor wreck of humanity fled to cdlalaot
Stole, aod nothing was heard of him for
two long sgoniriog yearn. Atlaueame
the ridings that fair liad been killod in a
drunken brawl ia San Francisco. The
hock waa too much for ths feeble wife,
aod Hope raw ber mother UId away in
ber last sleep, n young woman yet, but
with hair as white as the purest snow,
The poor, t red body bad found rest,
bnt for Hope Ihero waa no ancU escape.
Bhe waa yoong aod ilrong, and mutt
live on lo a coetinual struggle for a life
that waa filled only with bitter memorev
Aa it grew darker she arose from Ike
window and, lighting her lamp, she
began coiintiag tbe money ia her pnrse.
It waa a little sum, and it brought more
vividly before the looely girl her forlorn
“Oh! what will become of me when
Ihia ia gone?" she asked herself, as she
walked nervously up and dowa tbe
Suddenly abe stopped before a little
stand, aa though some plan bad ixime
into her busy brain.
“If I oould only sell It!" she asid
aluiid aa abe took up a small, unframed
paiotiog. It was a bit of lowland, with
theses shimmering in the diitanre, on
which could be seeo the white sail of a
ship homeward tmund.
*'Ja(per, when did you get tlita p(e(>
tore fromf* asked Hr. Newtuu
afternoon of bii haa/l clerk.
Hr. Newton wm the proprietor of the
art ftore where Bojpe had sold her paiut-
Jaapei Darwood hurried to, hia OB- -
pioyer'a aide to aao which partienlar
picture was meant.
“Ub* tliat one," he repFe^^ he
caagbt sight of theons tbe old geoUo-,
man wav looking at ao aaroeetly. ‘V
bought it this moroiag of a lady. It il
a very good ooe^" be added. ‘ -
The clerk Aongbt he waa SEwtuiag
It aa to iu commercial valne, bnt Mr.
Newton's next qnettioc showed AM had '
not entered bis mind.
“Is that tbo lady's name or the titlal*
be aaked abruptly.
“Tbe title, Mr, Newton; thn lady't
name was Grey, and-^—”
But Jat|>cr Darwood never flnishsd hit'
aenlcoce, for old Hr. Newton hod
graaned the back of a chair aad would
have fallen but for tbe timely aid of hit
Her motherin tbe happier daya bed
been akillfnl with brush and pencil, and
had Uught the little that she knew to
Hope. It bad served lu brighten many
weary hour for both mother eod
daughter, aod after tbo moiber'a desA
Hope had gone on io her own way paint
ing til tbe old acenea abo could remem-
ofteo denying herself many com
forts that she might buy the few louebaa
Youth easily ukca courage, and tbe
picture brought new life to Hope. Tbe
Bikt morniog, with tbe picture tied up
io paper, ibe vet out for a certain putnre
dealer, whose windows bad often at*
tractod her attention.
She tr ed lo atilt ber wildly beating
heart as abe entered tbe store tod in
quired if they bought palntiuge.
lu one for salel" Mked the
clerk, lookiog curiously at Ae shabby,
"Yea,*’ returned Hops, begioning to
untie bar parcel.
'Mr. I'arwood atleada to that buii-
i,”aaid the clerk, and before Hops
could reply she waa raheved into Mr.
Darwood'a office. A tall, One looking
It her entraace sad politely
inquired what be oould do for her. With
trembling flogere Hope took off Ae
paper and handed him Ibe picture for in-
epeotion. After what seemed to ber an
age, during which time abe had vainly
tried to read hia decision in hia face, he
toned and glanced it ber with e look
of lotereeL The pale, delicate face,
with its look of trouble, tol) more plainly
than wordi Ae need that had broogbt
her there. Moreover tbe (luiek glance
had tbowB him that tbe brown-eyed gbl
is a geotlewoman.
‘The picture ii well dooe,” hemid.
all Ae while Alaking wbat lovely eye*
the bid aad wondering wbo ebe contd
be. “We an giving five doDart apiece
far aoeb palatiag. aad I will taka this
at Aa CB»a priM if agriiahla to you,"
'Agreeable to bar!" Ta it waa a
iv aad after batog iMd (hat uy>
tha aoald da ia the asma Uaa
waaid ba paid for, abe waet b nm to
teak and lack at Ala Baav. which bad
haaa aacMd B plaaMBllya^ that would
«rw • iwffnr te nm flb Vum
Ai soon ai he recovered ha begaa tq
question Darwood. Did he know the
artist’iaddreaal aod question after quee-
tiou followed, but tho dork could-toU
him almost oothiug.
asking every man and boy iu the ptaca If
he knew any ono named Hope Qrey. It
would have seemed ludicrous te Dar
wood but for tbe d stred of bis cm-
lie metwrith no sueceai until he cam#
to one ofphe little boys who dusted Ae
Yea. he knew n Miss Grey. She lived
nest door lo him, aod wben hU mother
was sick Mias Grey came in and—
but Mr. N'ewton didn't listen to say
more. Having cheeked tbe boy and
found out Ac name of the street and
aumiwr of Ae house, he hailed a cab aad
was eooD on his way Iu Ae place. ;
It uaver occurred to him tbit Alt'
might not bo the ITopo Orey be lougbt,'
Some Inatinci told him bis long aearcb
%ope lat alone In ber little room, wbea
abe was atarilcil by a loud knock, aad
a momeot after the door opened and tha
long separated father and daughter were
face to face.
It look some time to tell Ae story at,
John (iroy's wanderinga.
He had not bMO killed in the druakaa
brew!, but it bad been in Aii same place
that he had first awak-ocd to a lenae of
his terrible podlioo.
To return home was dangeroot, (or
the shadow of Ae law bung over him;
but after amaaaing a fortune the longing
for bit family became to alrocgtbat om
morniog he tctolf for Ae Bait, rCady to
(ace the danger of* Imprisonment l( he
could but tee hia loved ones ageio.
Thera waa no need to have changed
bit name. No one would have recog
nized in tbe floe looking gray-halied
mao tbe forlorn erratnre wbo had crept
away to miserably ion yean hefoie.
But the coming home had been almoet
naeleia except fer the one reanlt which
had lifted forever from him tbe ctola of .
crime. Kvery dollar bod been paid beck
and be stood once more a free mu, but
of the wife and child ha bad left la
pereriy and shame be could And m
Tbu belief that both were daad had
finally been yielded to, when Provldeace
bad placed in bis yray tbe object o( Uc
of hia life, bnt the child was left to him,
tod be ibaoked tbe Father of the (athtov
Iflu wbo bad protected bet all tbrna
Tbe next day was Tbankagiriag Daye
and no three people •receiptor Aa*
Ae three who ale tbeir turkey la Jetoi
Jasper Darwood srat tbera, too. fer A*
oidgutleman mmnUina that .but (orbit
bnylog tbe picture Hope woald arrm
Bare been fonad, but Jaaper PBWiad
kaewa that Hopa'a brown eyas bad •
great deal to do wiA tba pvAaM.
A Theaght For Tbukaglrli^.*
Hare le a (bought (or Tbaakagtrlag
Day fran Emenoe: ‘ Lot tbe pBria*
(or iBarioa tnet eat tba pamte fB
Earopa. Hera tet tbera ba what thi
aartb wsito fer—exalted amabeod. Wbal
Ibte oeeatry loage fer te pwMwlMi%
gnad peneoa, to eMBtaraat ita b*
toktelitton Fer it te tha cate e( tha «ab
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