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A Democratic Newspaper.
Published every Friday in . LouisLurg
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IlATIiS OF SUIi.SCmi'TION,
Copy 1 year .. ,
" 3 Mouth....
TEUU3 CASH IN aDVANCK
1!V CIIA11I.ES -SOUTH".
The seaside retreat of Mr. Ilazle
hurst at Fort Johnson, was a simple
white cottage, standing just where the
street terminated." Beyond it were
three others, less pretentions architect
urally : they .being carried off by the
hca every few yearn from their narrow
and insecure footing. It differed from
thecin having ycry strong foundations,
having nearly followed the fated Jtrio
Houthof it, ii a peculiarly violent
Btorm about three years pievious to
the period when this history opens. It
Lad besides, a certain air of artistic
grace extremely difficult of attainment
in this barren waste-of and and hunt
inglground of the east winds, liaised
beds of loam, made on the sand after
the manner of the prepared cotton fields
of the sea islands, Were covered with
verbena, f moss and various gorgeous
annuals and hot housa shrubbery; re
lieved by curious ndhin shells washed
in by iLe Atl&utic The autumnal
irda would scad the surf dashing over
this out door beauty, but it would then
have served its purpose of grace for a
summer and so been well worth culti
vating. A few pride of Invfia t ees,
and palmettoes were permanent land
marks and defied tha angry' assaults of
the sea. These filled the little square
courtyard girdling the house, which
from its peculiar situation had more
spaca than Its' fallows ; niott of them
being in such close vicinity that the
inmates might sit in their verandas and
-.-converse familiarly with . three fami
, ;.Vho cottage fronted Fort Sumter.
(u three sides, it was enclosed witl
green lattice work, whose interstices
admitted the breezes, but excluded the
southern nun. The veranda and bal-
cony in-front were, free, and-verc siip
ported by slender columns, set ten' feet
above the ' basement. A stable and
buggy hou c in the rear of the -yard
were the only other structures. The
largo windows of tho parlors opened to
the veranda floor.and in front of the win
dow scats were pots of geranium and
heliotrope. At the base of the columns
y wore earthen vases out of which roso
creepers and jasmines which reaching
upward and across from pillar to pil
lar, made in some places a green cur
tain of nature's weaving, yielding grate
fd seclusion from the heat and drifting
In doors, tho rooms were large, cool
.'t and fragrant ; with Tudia mattijig un
der foot, and with lumping baskets of
llowers,' hanging shelves of books, pic
tures of lake and mountain scenery,
and the brie a-brac that cultivated and
curious minds will naturally collect in
The family thus charactered by the
inevitable and unmistakable testimony
of their surroundings, were five in num.
ier, lather, daughter and three sons
rm .i i i a . . i i . t
iiie mother had leu tie circle, three
years previous,' to sl?cp uuder the iriar
ble in the church yard. Mr. llazlc-
hurst was a genial large hearted man,
who enjoyed life and daily thanked
the Giver for the many snriqgs' of hap
piness open to him ; but most of all for
the hand of the gentle and gracious
woman who had been faultier? in his
eyes, and who had shed'guch sweet in
nuenee on his own and ' his children's
paths. The oldest son, Loyal, the
pride of the family, auJ peculiarly
cut el iu all thovilloof art, and of
polite literature, had immediately on
graduation, t'o December previous,
pjne .cn a tour with his friend Klliott
r'Jirardeau, and afterwdid uithout re
turning home, had entered a school in
-ew lorK to studv medicine, lue
! Kt'cond on, John, who was by himself
a.nd others mtconciously measured
Vdh his brilliant elder brother, and
'Mineral in the comparison, had grown
J,,tj a liiotloat earnest irontleman, on
'MiL.e juict. streitgth of purpose and
.lararrcr, all fe.-dM, aluiosfe -without
.cognit-ou of it. ' Graces inouldvby
her brother Loyal to whom
pasionately attached, was an enthusi
ast and dreamer ; but, like a. marble
I i -
column covered with blooming roses,
larried a delicate but firm power of
pure and unyielding principle under
her poetic feeling. Marion, the boy
brother, fa r haired and blueeyed l-ike
his father; lithe, s.newy and well knit
in torm j had all the enterprise, fire
aud faith in himself of his age, and
all its blunders und inconsequence.
I On the veranda. three hours after their
meeting on the beach, the! party with
?fr. Ilaz.ehurst gathered from the ven-
Lights were proposed
voted down ; and in the soft
southern moonlight they were to dis-.
cuss the days sport, and mammoth wai
ter melon brought by the father from
the plantation. - . -
' A fine specimen,' he said, with the
air of a connoisseur, .as the colored ser
vant deposited it in frout of him. I'll
wager, Elliott, you haven't jsecn its su
perior in the Charleston market this
summer. I Weighed it to day, and it
reached just seventy-two
About as much as our
Miss Polly 1
! lie playfully indicated a very small
old lady, the companion ofjhi's daugh-1
tor, who smiled demurely
but said nothing.
' Now lads and ladies,' he added,
owing to the latter, as t e dark green
Ives fell apar , and disclosed the
crimson sug irv heart, let us see if
wje duly practically appreciate the duty
oi home consumption. Tony, dispense
k .ives and plates. Your ire the
spoils when the buttloV over, lie onj
the jlert.' 1 ' '. ' !
Titey showed no warn of appreciu.-
tion ; but not onefourth was consumed.
and Tony disappeared with the remain -dej'
in triumph, v
They then' settled (juicily for '.con ver
satiou and principes;the young fen
scattering for their enjoyment about
thci steps and bal u sir odes, orer whose
whiteness they cast
on a low -at by her fatherfs chair, be-
cause hlieiikcd the odor of the cigar
1 - . . 1 f . r 7
and the ca.essing touch of his hand on
her head. I reseiitlv. after an exnni-
sitejinterv I of silence and night -dur-
ing which "Villm Ioor had so disposed
himself i s I) exchanjre glances with
Miss Ilazlehurst ; her'faUicr said, leis
urely breath.ng forth a curiit.g wreath
of fragrant mist. !
Sow that the political news is ex
hausted, let 'us "have to day's storj'. I
didn't understand that deer was the
game iu view, -his morning, John?
It was not tith.tr : we were snipe
hunting. Iiut 'X was still! quite early,
not later than n ne, I thinkl when we dogs away off and saw the deer com
had bagged a gtodly.i number on the ing for me as straight as an arrow.
marh beyond Scerssionville, and were
riding on a few miles further, in search
of summer duck ; thinking too. an ear-
I5 teal may have jppeared At Grim
ball's. Major 11 ibbird hailed us. Yiwu
know a short creek, or ratlier atuq,ry,
runs, up there from the river channel,
and he had couK on his way up Stono,
to see if he ccutd fin4 company. He
was in hh sail, boa t with lr, Maxcy,
iiid had alxmi twenty beagle? yelping
ind yelling in chorus, '1 hey were go-
ing' over to John's Ishud fjr venison ;
he wanted a Pouipey's Head for the
flub dinner to-morrow ; aud insisted
on our joining -them, as their force
was small for sports. Ht met the dif-
ficulty regarding horses say iug that
we should land at the plai?ation of Mr
Le Hare, who had given; him general
permission to use his marrhj tackeys
whenever he l leased. i
horses in Mr rimbalS's iLable, we
twk the saddles over and in a little
while were at Le fare's, and had
caught a tactey apiece from tie herd
we found near the laudinp. Did you
ever hunt doer with Major- lliUjardjs
doi? driver, Plato f
lietter say Pluto remarked M.A-
rion, sott'j vlk.: :' he i.- tho ebuu k;ug
of d iki;css,'
-lie has the beagles under pertxt
control. continued John ; i and has the
raro pnwer of anticipatmg the d?er and
o d uianeuvenng nim : yotf no is nt
b;iuht in anvthing ele.
As for Maior
DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ART.
Hibbard, I believe he kaows every ;pos-
sible btand and'ehapparai on every is-
land around Stono Iultt.-' lie selected ,
a drive and posted us all, and the dri-
ver started a deer. lie old and
wise, ran welj, aixd seemed to have an
intuitive perception of our stands, or ,
else he knew Maj flibbard of old. Ve
didn't get a fair shot at him. Just as
we hoped to tire himoutj he flushed
up another sleeping fomcewhere off the J
run, and getting the scent on him dis
appeared te 'finish his own nap in peace.
We had no better fortune with his sub
fctitttte, for after some pretty i close
work, Plato wound his horn, the dogs
drew off, the deer had left the drive,
Wg found auother drive and started
afresh : this time with some success.
Willie wounded the $rst one started
and Mai. Ilibbard finished him. ' We
stopped then for rest und lunch. After
two, we took stands again, and by four
had two 4eer. Marion, and' Elliot
claim these, and must telltheir ' own
stories. There is something a little
remarkable in each. I didn't leave
my stud and so saw nothing. In con-
elusion. I may say I did nothing to
distinguish myself, either good or
bad.' j '. .
Well Elliott.' said Mr. Hazieburst,
' will you occupy the box thus vaca
ted?' j ;
Certainly sir, if called thither: by
tbe court,' be answered, but Marion's '
adventuie was fir si, in order of time
and I think of interest.' , '
"hen Marion, ttell us your story,'
said his father. '
This he was not loth to do having
with difficulty repressed a running
commentary, a sort of verbal marginal
iiotius on his brother's relation. He
had, with a creditable regard for par
liamentary rulcssiucceeded in limiting
himself to certain parenthetic ejacula
tions and explanatory asides. 1
' You see,' he began. I hadn't had
quite enough of snipe hunting; - I. had
laid a wager with Pei-onneau lUvers to
bag a certain number, and I knew
should find flocks of them on the marsh
So I filled oue barrel with small shot, i
of course not intending to mix lit in
mifrht flush roiuo. whfin nothing o
was up. Muj. Hibbard posted me at
at a fine stand, but I hadu't heard a
word from the dogs or deer, and was
getting tired, of listening for Plato's
horn.- I felt sure the deer had ieft jthc
drive or plunged into a cassena thick
etor done somothing of that sort; when
1 saw a teal duck, the firt I've' heard
of, in a little pool on the side of ithe
run not far gff. I crept along quietly
and was just in good position, hid my
hand on the tr gger. when I heard the
There was nothing but a sapling be-
j tween us, but I drew up as small as
possible, and h id my breath. He
came on with long sweeping bounds to
within ten feet of me. Then !l rose
and cocked my gun. The click of the
hammer was the first warning he had
had, and he stopped perfectly still . for
five secouds, looking with his head up
and his nostrils wide. Oh ! he was so
grand and so close it made the blood
tingle to my finger end. I; touched
the trigger and it snappedj Wasn't
it provoking? He turned off short
shying to the lett, aud had taken fully
ten lenps when I thought what to do
and gave him the small shot. I was
surry loo the next minute, for I felt
sure they would have no other effect
than to worry him. The teal was gone
I went back to my stand and rooapod,
falling into the dog, who were tear
ing along in full ory, and who swept
on after him. Suddenly Rt tho dis
taueo of ono hundred yards they shop
ped a;id begau to yelp like mad. That
puzzled me, for no gun had fired ; and
I went to see what s. the nut'er,-
They had him t by, Th small shot
S had broken hi hack and be was on
! the ground figlding manfully with his
fore feot. He had alrejdy jahcd
three with his sharp hoofs, 1 thought
I could manage him and drawing my
hunting knife sprang on bis back I
urow his bead up and lifted the knife
;l.u I declare, gentlemen, I wai uev
- , N, C. NOVEMBER, 7, 1873.
er sj surprised iu c?y life! be threw
me off twenty feet as easily as I throw
this flower, and started again., I was
so stunned, I couldn't move, but the
dogs didn't let him off. 'They soon Had
him down aain, and Maj. IJibbard
came and Jnfled him ,
AU lruhed at Marian's -Burprife,
but bis sister bad shrunk and shudder
edat some parts of the story, drawing
down a quiet oaress from her father,
who alone observed the n?ovemement,
What .! a coward little one 1 What
would you do in a battle?'
Now Elliott, it is your fcurn he
said when the various comniaats had
he young gentleman threw awaj
his cigar (the ladies ha,d insisted on J
all smoking) changed his position
slightly and said :
. . .. . . .
'1 was stationed at the Jast stand in
the edge of a c'ump of oaks and, like
M irion, had been listening some time
for d"gs or hon.; when the deer, a
fine fellow with magnificient antlers
came out from a pine barren on my
right lopi- g with a sUtely motion, and
occasionally stopping a moment to
gaze around him. The dogs were
barely audible in the far distance and
seemed to have pmfused the sceut or
lott the trail. The nearest point at
which he -would pacs me was seventy
five yards distant; and the hancc ot
success, as you see was a slight one.
However it wa the only on. Ashe
was passing it with a silt poised easy
bound I rire'. The on j perceptible
ffVct was to change his loping to a
run. I followed; and the dogs, guid
ed by the shot,, came oa deep mouthed
and eager. They chased him 10 a large
circular ponrl, into which he plunged,
concealing all but his antlerp, and otly
putting torth his nostrils for air The
beatih s swam to and aroui d him, but
he fought thm at-advantage throwing
tliem ff radv with his powerful horns
He was sugaci us enough to know him
sell sate thin, and niight rem i nail
dav. Scim- all efforts to force him
out u-e'e we calhd ff the dog.- and
Plhto summoned to another drive.
My hat was struck from my head as I
dued under tUe oai io parsuir, and I
rtturn d ,or U I was mounting again
when I saw tbe deer coming, I
appfars that pome hhlf dozen beagles
had remained behind in the rushes
about the water, and when her came
out they .started him again. I reload,
ed. lie was running back gillant'y
over his " f rmer track aod just as he
reached the p int nearest my staiH, nnl
vliile my piece was l-velled at him a
second tinv , be Ml dead. We found
one buck fhot, his only wound, in his
brain ; undoubtely the one he had re
ceived in that very spo
'A splendid shot it wa.' said Mr.
ilazLbur&t, I n .ver did anything like
that; though I have !een accounted a
pretty good hunter, aud relish a little
sp rt even now. You and I shall eat
Pompey Ht ad veme 11, t -morrow, at
the C!ub Hoes-, while these other
young gentl.-ruen are packing Greek
and Latin f r Sou'h Carolina College.'
No more hunting grounds and game
now, till next summer, save Ildici n
and Ida, eh Marion f
4I dou't know lather,' replied that
candidate fr College honor, I hear
there is o'.hr r game, not in the cata
logo , l.-ut not less tempting for that.
Now Wd'iie Ioor.'
Willie turned tuddrnly with an ap
pe lirg oik. "Honor ljigh Mariunl
A 1 fight. Honor brigh. We are
not to tell on tacb other, Vel then.
Pit Dieau Rivers, who entered last
term, trlil uv? that tbe boja made raids
dtm on the old Stewart.' p ml ry
yard at midnigh ; rtaking not only bc
ing s'iOt, hut enspecsior. He SiU
party ot them made a haul of forty
ciiickccs at one, last winter, and kept
them in an att' opening above the
third storv cf their teocm- ut, by a tra
tlon' Of course it was repotted, and
id course the Ucu'ty were as sharp as
police f ir awhile, but they f cnd out
nothing, and tbe bys f that ttnement
had n'g'it suppers after lat bell lor a
Here P'dly, who at hoastkeep r
was tally alive to the embarrassment
d fiod:ng he p n!try'iop nnxp eeri
ly empy, made a l-w retairk. atb ,
the drift of which
tlittt noj: to
To w. ich
the morn's at
i,e p.r v.
I iB', stthli jj;. ti litlrmen dou't
s-tej', 1 Le chickens rv bocht for the
Ihs;4 it tbej chooee to cook and ! I
eat tuera after midn'ght, wliat's the
diff renret txcept that tbe cook: is
saved tbe trouble.'
It must be confessed that, io Marion's
mind4 theib exploits shared as appe
tizing aide dihes in those anticipations
of college J f j supposed, ly nnsopliietto
cted peple, to be fltvored only ty
a-'citnt dresser of U.eck tragedy and
Latii k. As jet his spirit of enter
prise has had no gnater play than the
fishipg up of an ancient rw.ster with j
hook and line past he open window of
bis' bearding school mistresf wb'u io
vain tried to grasp him as he moauted
slowly aloft with much p mp and
circumstance of wavlig plumes and
beating feet. S he defended his party
against Miss P0II7' insinuations, and
she offering nothing further against his
dettnee, which won much npplaue;
he continued : Tcronneu told roe of a
boy who had raptured a floe large
turky from a professor. I vk't say
4But not me. said Willie.
Not ynu, ot course,' readily a?sented
his lriend. After the laugh that fo-
Jowed, John sanl.
'Marion, lot me make the genial
statement that I never beard of Willie'
joining any such escapade. We all
know his fondness for Adventure ; but
it doesn't take that direction.'
Thank you, John. Marion's intrn
duction was so we'l, peculiar, I didn'i
know what intirenccs wou'd be drawn
Go on, Marion, I ah all not cry out
again unless I am hit.
WlM see,' was the judicloas rfjoiu
der. Vell, this boy had Ms wine
party and forgot it. The professor
made a feast, a fortnight after, and in
vited him aud tome other boa. He
was introduced to the prettiest girl io
the city, and was in high feather.
When th'j went to s ipper, the pr
feasor called t him to carve the turkey
ai it was well known that he was gl
ted ip that ar. 1 hi fl d'er- d him still
more, ad h; was cuttiig off tbe wings
with q'lite an n;r, when Mie hostjajked
him from the other end of the tabh, if
that turkey wa? as well conditioned a
one he had carved the fortnight before ;
undtr peculiar circuiiiStancep.
Pcronncau says iha, at firs', the fe'
low blushed very rel ; but as everybody
enjoyed his ctm'usion without know
ing the secret ofi, he j uned iu the
laugh and-said boldly.
No, sir that was the finest turkey I
ever saw.' Now I sy, 'concluded the
speaker triumphantly.' 'that profeaeor
was a trump.'
Bat Marion, your former logic will
not app'y here.' said his father. 'This
tuikty was private pnerty.'
'Bu', father, you know when a g ntle
men wants anything ol another, he i
welcome to i. When you heird that
old Mr. Moorcland had been looking
for a pacer like Preston, you sent it over
to him as a presen ; you do bucb things
often. I know anyinnly m-y have any
thing I've got; that is, it I h uldn't
have taken the turkev, Ik cause I don't
like to receive gilts from everybody
4Oh lame ami imp itcnt conclusion,'
said Grace,' w-ig this a gift ?'
T cover Marion discomfiture, El
liott Girardeau Slid gtHdaaturedIy ;
'These boys h.ve a decided prii -ciple
in othe- thiuga as we. They en
gage io this trura aheer ltVtf of adven
tnre with no thought oi the moral view
of it. That foray 00 ibe poultry yard
would I ave posbCtaed no inter ft if the
prtmi?ea haa Dot been we 1 guarded,
the rik great, and skill in ifce. capture
and keep;ng b lu ely nee- st htj
Some irae too. tl-e ba;r bread h cap'
and ridmlous tituationa ioclu bng d -t
c ion cue m ith auM:meo,l'
Kl rcmeml er a modem iuita:c
sid Willie - I Kir, iA most luditroj.
scene that occornl io my tenement. I
learned the history I rota tbe chief ao
tor m'ter ird, he addbd iococently.
tllaskiLS and Jon s. walking in the
c ty at duik, met a fine young pij io
n b cure Un. Tbe temptation, to
n iroprompta supper wu too sirong to
ht resisted and a well v;nt blow quiet
ed the err at are- After me skillful
m .nearcritig t hey fiaat'y got him ever
tbe college wl', )edi two hundred
yard distant aod into their ro-u.
I By the time the coad bel rang
tvadtog iu the meaobi!e the pro eor
in charge of the ti nement, aad Later,
the tutor t wSoe o factofira were txi
dcotly ut d rtpi , a be didot de
ed, anything 10 pjt.ing in Disbud to
-ee if all ere iu the p g s realty
tr the laig pt that !!akil hal
had lhe ad-lre to prorur-. By elcreu
he was to-kicg mtrrih, diffusing
through the wbolc buildio a niMt to
pe tiring odor; and pri-parii ri lor
punch were going on rapidlj. When,
suddenly, tbe alarm is given. 'Ua?
about, by V aad lbs profess r i at
the door! With ooe mighty effort II
kins gathers the pig by the hind lett
into the bed, and the moment after is
by his side- pl cooTulscd with agony,
snl his anxious chains gathered around
are preparing him a Oath io the large
Yes.l, evidently the only one procur
ale for the emergency. Tbe prote?-
aor's sympathies are aroased by the
afflcticg tableau presented on opening
the door aod he proposes that a phti
cian lecal'e l. Here isa p aer I Stkes,
ready wittei aod accommo latin hati-
ly goea for him to the ncarnt tre;
aod there awai.s the diparlure ot the
professor, when be returns to the feast.
An i now, to give yon an example ot
tbe incoosietences of human oat ore.
Mifts Grace.' he added turning to her
though she had not spokto, I Will re
late another, with yoar permission.
that happened shortly f :er with a very
diff.rtnt ttrminatioa. '
There was to be a grand illumination.
a huge burning of tar-barrel, the city
was getting stagnant snd something
mud be done to s ir the sleeping wa'era.
'A d zen boy were dispa'ched to Cot
ton Town N rtb Columbia, lor tar.
Three barre'a were rolled down the in
tervening mile and a half, and by mid
night all things were ready in the col
I-ge campus; the match applied, and.
taeryof fire, firt', ringing through'
tbe streets and byways ot the ale-ping
city. Skilllully posted ftcctioels kept
up the cry, and by the time the fierce
combustion was accomplished tbe fire
men, enj-nes. and police appear on the
scene, to find curious profeasors there,
but ne'er t loe. Ia default ot the boy.
they find an overcoat on the grass,
L aving fourtl er devilopcments for
the Faculty . t -morrow, the ci'j force
retire from their l ootlesa expedition in
high' wrath vowing vengencr. Nt xt
mornTng the -upi c:ed boy 4 ere sura
min d fingly lefore the Fatuity, and
an!-wered y.-s it no, to the o,urry, 'were
you in the melee last night!' I being
innocent this time was in Jhn and
Elliott's room, when Watetg cameio.
He was in higu glee at having thrown
dust into, the eyes of the inquisitors ;
Last night as we wtra getting ready
to start for town Johnson came into
my room and said be had mislaid his
overcoat acd couldu't go without one.
I had two, and gave him one. He
came to me. this m rning to say the
sleeves were too long, aod in working,
he had thrown it off and lost it Now
that coat was noted; Ju Ige Longstreet
bad remarked ou the cut and c dor;
and 8 thii morning, when I was called
up io turn, and tried to tMame an air
of virtuous indignation at ibe unworthy
upicion. asking why I had been ac
cuscd of such behavior, he answered
that an overcoat had been found
in the campus which was recognized
as mite- I knew Jdicson bad already
conftascd, ao Iad l circhsslr. 4Yesir,
1 lent it to Johnson last night.1 Ah J
ihattxplains alt, said the Judg we
beg your prdon tr the injurious
thought, and are happy to clear you of
it. TI e circumitaatial evidence was
Very strirg. thocgh your course here
of re has !en maik;d by uch fine
courtesy acd high breding LOthiry
leas would bare fixed it ou yon. and
be Lowe J me out very politely.
But Johr, y u a e all looking grare
what i i' t I as thinking of defi
nition of tlsehoo th is pqrpjse to
mislead.' Y a think me ccd'y oi
falseUood' add Waters haughtily, bat
colorirg. A JLn wa silent be turn
ed and left the rjtm. 1 hi ard Lim ap
p-al to t;vtral g'mt Johr, an 1 the
cm imoaf aaiw :t . 4 Jis rigb. Tbit
aort of Unog wou'i do.' Io two boar4
he wa io Ju 'ge Lorestree. room,
asking lor nis di-mis i p, hoaoraMeor
otherwise, s jing he bad bed and c u d
not aa'm mext Li fellow r.odcn a io
tUvard1 bl', or lecture rorr. The
President tried to diaaoade bio, s.id
be and all tbe others knew bis past
rec-rd ol honor, aud that this was the
Trait of tb ugbt!eaoeas ratner than
faulty integrry, bti Waters was firm.
He said he bad I St C t , aud Le could
not but k -be contempt o! kis UWvp,
and Le left ttecbfgs thl 1 l-h . AU
kirw bow ilr-Bg was ihj teaiptatioa
t-i tlu le, tor he wvuld have tken first
Loner 1 his c!a. Hskin. tbe hero
of the al.ote sto'j, was oue whui 1
Ueard wol be; uly cdr; Jo..M'
poti i o in the ff!r.'
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Pontr-rt 9 tm larjrr jxkt nuoe oa libera
B at after all. said Qrac; tht prlfl
cipie to beta was the tame.
Yes,' said El.toti GtranUa, bn
college loys don't always reason a tb
princif le. Ia oae ca they tsw ooly
the lu l; rou an I adventatoi phase; ;!
int'ie- tlct the elup'Hy was preaeo
ted l a' l. with roihii g tu diaguiae h. '
Toe vo Q,'i of the m-tt ol boys woald
sustain this psitio ; would laugh
with (Ukins aud Irowo oc Waters.
Tuey "revolt at any mean Less or ds '
honor, seen as inch, as readily as your 1
self. I know tbem well. JJat thersj la '
sometime needed an IthuriaTa tpear,
to make an a:t show its true oolork'
Mr. Hazieburst seemed to waktfrota
deep reverie at the last words.
'And it Ithnritl should now revisit ,
eaitb,' he sid catching the figure, be
would fiad work enough to do, raUlnj
crouching and disguised evils lota
the l:ght and their true proportion.
Ihe land groans for the loalbs-ute
reptiles that qnat io her Imiwmo tu I :
trouble her while she sleep. TWi
and iijuitice are styhd pratcctioi
raal.c, and' pruriency philanthropy.
W here is the Ithuriel who should comq
to the rescue !'
Sme sny, sir rtspondel Willie,
'that they a'ready see tbe thioiog of
his wings and tbe glean: of bis spsart
nesriog io tbe distance.
When Mr. Girardeau, a few mtnutea,
later, bade the party oood night ao4
turned homeward, be carried with Mm
a promise (mm all, save Mi. Hxlchart
and Miis Polly, to rpeod the next
evening n the water with bis mother'
and self, yachting
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