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GEO. S. BAKER, Editor and Proprietor
TERMS : $2.00 per Annum.
i;0UlSBUM- N.- C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21,1 S7G.
no: i i:
i- J- .life fe s& - kj p
DAVIS & COOKE.
ATT'YS ani COUNSELLORS at Uf
LOUISDUBO, F BAN KLIN CO, N.O.
Will attend the -Courts of Nash.rrar.k
lio, Granville, Warren,and Wake C.un
tics, also the Supreme Court i t Nor.,h
Carolina and the U. 8. Circuit and Di3
tnct Courts. -7 -tf
W. H, SPENCER
L0UISBUR6 H C.
From tie (Atlanta) Sunuy So wt '.!. -
ami quaint in kr own ways, the j nod calls elsewhere, to mal: up for never knew you sweet ori anything I grrauiutn bad toco that rested there.
ijy etiillof :omn cauolina.
wildnesHof her niece amused her.
44 You see, aunty, I came last
night. Knowing , you had retired,
I just stay cd at the hotel.''
44 I ant glad vou have come,
14 Well, auntie, " '.said' Nellie,
laughing, as she washed her face
lwfore, Rons-can. 1 would like to
know the history of taosc flowers."
"Mr. Rousseau," slid Nellie,
lie had the coveted promise; she would
But," said she, toasngly, "had yoi
They are cheap. It costs nothing
to turn tho face, to shut tbe inoatli, to
and hands, "they were a joKy nice gently, "'if your partiality for that 1 not better wait until you pet acquain- noi fcC8 g person who u not btfore tha
child. I love to look- at your hap- my nowers m nis iKiuo.-i-noie, ioo.
py face, and you shall .spend your
time just as 'you "please. I believe
you do love old amity," and she re
turned Seine's caresses. Then,
seated .at her feet, Nellie related the
conversation, she '"overheard at the
hotel, and the little accident..
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
... :.: '..!
FnUtKLTNTOTT, N. C.
Will practice in the court of the C;h
Prompt attention given loth c 1 lec
tion of claims. No GO -tf
"Hallo, Pearson! what's the
4 'New-Year morn in ninety act?.
Take a box ?"
The first -speaker was a splendid
looking fellow;' and the other, as he
halted,' looking back over his shoul
der, chewed an animated face
even quizzical as ho awaited his
friend's reply. .'
'Shoo ! it can't be did!"
.We'ih'un it close, coach and
tour, and semi our cards in at lets
of places: Fall in ranks. I'm on
my way fiow td drum np Dickens I U1 ncr bea lUful head in a colored
'ana JondsJ! . . . t , . ; i:,tjdk-m-4.hif I Dilsv furnishing the
-- ,. T .. . . . ,. ........ ... W- . - W,
u?Not bn-Tpoty cavalry or artille-
ted with Ihclcirrc? ou way lut &x J Cye, acd has expectations if aot claims,
as well as you ihiuk you do mo I It u very easy to rut i 9T tbe call long
'New-r,'' he replied," eruj.haticaUy ; l overdue; to neglect aending an intita-
'you arc my fisi aad oaly love atd tion to a party to ono who is not of
you inut not keep lae MraJtinlosg. much account; to pais a former fried
I have gol ray li.'euso to practice law, J on tbe eireet without recognition; to
bcMdes a meo attic income ad 1 I g0 an(j co,.JP jgnarins tbe existence of
:07,Mrc ,i .K, . - I people wboharu right. and feeling
i In tbe uuivorso " ' - An it xa as cowardly to do bo as it u
"Wou't you jart with just half of caay and tuean.
.5 ' , '
Ofler his Professional Servkuato
the public in
llvirn department of
jui-hurjt. nt Wrtrrenton over
)cnts Hotel. Norwood & I):ivis' htortv
rv this morning, iCyvrplcase."
Ml riHit. Vell cull by. I
want a strong force for one attack
espcciall'v. 'And 'you may well say
artillery, for even your cool majes-
tvean't ptand. unarmed tlic .tirc you
will he exposed to.?'
"Firol fhopo vou don t pro-
pose stopping where there is none.
he said, sinking, h.is white hands
-deeper a his pockets.
44 lk.ihcr, liian ! you are pvovok
ingly' obtuse. An h.ciress arrived
4 Humph ! that accounts (or the
iac'ivAr:ed coldness of tire nt.mos
phere. I had as soon be b.mnd to
the North Void as to play the devo
ted t an lieircss."' r
set and one pcrlect gi!t!?m.m particalar newer is sincere, it would
among them, .at any rate. . lie had j-m seliish to withhold this trifle,"
and she ha.ndcd him her flowers.
I know I - should like him. Now, A looU ot pleasure radiated his
aunty, I am going back to the hotel face, for he thought he had very
to fix my trunk audiavc it brought plainly plead for jt as a hoje
up here." t The party of gentleman left with
4 Why, child, why did you not J an excellent opinion cf Miss Carrol.
attend to that before you came up?'' Rousseau was deeply m love. When
"Why? . Because I am not they went out, Pearson said:
"-And now auntie. I am going thoughtful and sensible like you; be- "I'll bc-hanged it she am t a
,,.c.Wf ti.ftn wiion thpv call, but sides. I was ina hurry. I'll be back trump 1 - If it wasn't for the heiress ?".Ehe s;d 'au-bjug, , "-Indeed, L
.- i- ' .wwMi I TM tut for her. I'll hold aiVii while 1 am in earnest. I know .one I want to
n c o SGrVnuL-,riri lUA liiatt el I iii .liiui f .nix-. I - tr ' - -- .- . , I .T . , . i t
U3 4 nun bm. 'O ' I I ... ... I rluTuwanr rt in. Bin-h f,.rmc u ri i . 1 1 C .
. i. ,..i v,.iKrt i,n,i ,.rf Wnin'tLo Imtl nnrl ssr-ft what niv 'ehaneos are with u 'aia' . ...r-""7 T."" .
lire, i ll Keep tneiu in lucilv,oi .iwuv j..-m.v-... arm vou of such nreiudco "
lorn time" , more than ten mmulcs wliea the mcouic: It is not really a rreiudcc bntr I
Much to the amusement of her coach and four, drove up therc,aud I JLsupposcycu can lall into the generally heir so much talk ofjsuclrl.wi:
aunt and Diisy the maid, she tied Messrs :Uousscau, Pearson and good graces 01 auss uarroi as picas- persons anu-unar numey max x wouia bat
i r - I - . . I IT
others sent in their cants, t: After a ure, ,suwr.:u ooucs.
little delay, she entered "the parlor. ' " Nothing like trjing.you know,"
ho said, twisting his mustache. ,. " 1
do admiro this: one enough ' to go
those bright anticipations lor one hoir
But the cheap, cowardly alight is as
hard to bear as it w contemptible.
I low it rar.kles. It stingy like a nettle
It is pru.-sic avi l on a wound. Tl
tcj cowardlineM-of it makes it mora
nfut. If IW'sa Scornful Lad only
disgusted before I can. get. acquainted,
necessary articles); a . large v,woi--ing-api
oii cnvelopcil her walking
suit; a cape turned wronged side
out was pinned across her breast.
Touching her white lingers to the
chimney-back, she placed sundry
marks and smears on face and
hands,' blackol her brows, and the
old house rang with merriment.
14 Now, Diy, when the door- j
bell rinirs. ask the gentlemen in,
- t - -
but take thir cards to auntie. I
I will be trwug to- si art - a tire. I
don't know how it wiil end, but will
trust to uiv wits."
When the bell soided through
the empty h ill, Nellie went to work.
The front door was opened:
4 ' You donlt ca'l on her, then Y
...,T . i.i...
Y os Jut a '-vi I no rouuu.--, o;.:t
i'K uccmcnt. " . he re-
not oa exvra
Atelnnaker and Jeweler.
I'll take her for my
" i 1 . .. I. : .1 K .
. 1V ' Mill rJUJillIlli .UOOI.--JIU.-
mo redly, Pearsion hurried oil, loav-
inglvan Ilousscau standing on the
hoivi steps. -
In the fancy balcony alsovc, a
cards were handed to I)ilsy, and
Rur geotlemeu, ''unoxeeptionabb in
appearance, entered tlte drawing
room. ".Deuced coldjiere," said one.
" Bousseau thinUs a certain lady
ha chilled the utino.sphere."
44 lla ! ha-! I hail forgotten ' his
old prejudice?.1' , ...
44 Suppose," said Rousseau, 44
just leave Jour eaiis r
4-No sir r replied Pearson
Her fbkie caslunere lilted her exqui
site lormjto peritenon,' ttfiOjcwM
rv. save a nearl cross fastened a
scarlet gcraniuin at her white thnxit.
Her hair was- in short, clustering
curls everv snaratc twist, as it
- v 4 i
were, burnishcil willi golil. The
were roguish dimples and a hidden
mirth dancing in her brown eyes,
making doubly irresistible, a lace
always beautiful. Pearson, having
.more assurance than any of the rest-
had made himself m ister of ceremo
nies, and noy Y.'-ilh aa .irresistible,
obeisance, introduceii Itimif ?iiid
tiielals. Animated remarks had'
been exchanged. Nellie asked if
they had made- the acquaintance of
?dL-s Hk-ano:- Carrot. Pearson an,
sv.-ered tiiat they had -called during
the morning, but regrc'itod indispo
sition prevented her seeing them.
" A re yon related ''" asked Jo'nvs;
heavier than beauty." ;
44 Confound the monev !" cxclaun
,.. I... ,i . i:,.t. : n. i l t
any reiigui lor ucr out iiiuutrj 13 i ue k'-"u ujw"jmij nunu, r
lil feui pose, it i heir a ioi tuneia the
course of time. 'you will not love iac
s,' sbft a sir fid. inlsftbisvmislr. ''
ed Bousseau: and they got out to Q.Love you less !" he repeated, draw
jvav their respects at another place. I iog her to him. -
But shu wdjurcw her haad, aud
standing befoie him, sa'.d : .
Ivan, do you lov1. nte well enough
to make a s&ciiace for j e."
bad tbe eouraprfto frankly ay she doea
iiuajnitu, i . , ... i, ,
i t ii li r n r ;.l I UVl euro iwr uur 11 ii"wuauii, uuu ns -
and I wou'd regret to fad iq love trith 1 l
too much wealth. Your own charm onri tooni to our company, wo
ingsclfis overpowering .in worth, .II' I csnld jkfcnb'ly reply with an equally 4-
would not cschar.go j-our Kv lcr a.l,l .p0ii(re!lT,,r..Jo,j of chilinert; blU X
ou bear t':e f.ame name.
heard from her u few moments ago.
I expect to spend 'sjme time with
sec you again.
young girl stood, her .brown eyes iav(; aiiowed ilfteeii minutes here,
twinkling with fun ; the rosebud
month h:ilf-oncned as an amused
smilo had been checked, leaning lar
over the railing to catch a glimpse
fhr Watties and Jewelry of the bes 0f the centleman below. In doing
Uiui;h U)i ii aiHi ut iiiu ni .i p-1 v.. inf c.vW
5U, U.i juiciiiimii ivtii tin., tivjuiio
bloom slipped from her pin and
AUvyoiL iK-rsoiiallv attended to aud war
tl 63SFomiorcbt- ivtei-swirg,
-hope this ..reception is cold'
enough to bring you to your sen
ses." said Rousseau. ,
4 1 Ah ! I shall soon bask in my
lady's smiles; be -warm enough
then," replied Pearson. 44 See, girl,
44 Why," asked Nellie, , 11 are you
the onl v one who cares to make my
friend's acquaintance '
44 No," laughed he, good-humor-ed!y;
" all of us are anxious to do
A slight look of impatience pass
ed over Rousseau's face, which Nel-
O O U li
floated down, barely escaping the hurry up with your firo for these lie noticed, Pearson, also saw it,
handsome, upturned face, which, other lellows." !
noting the clouds, had been attract- Burying her face one moment in
cd by the little flower almost as her smutty hand, which did not un-
soon as she wis aware of her loss; prove it any, Nellie turned round,
and betore she could retreat a pair 3ayin or '
of fine black eyes were lilted to the
1 . i - 1 TTrt
sauey,,retrcaiing iacu aouu. in-
. . .... i I rnp.k'fici ino i v iiuwui iu. nu
Wo have na ien to our eiock. u pfivu- L- . .
did JOB PRESS, with an elegant sweet and dainty it was! and the
flection of type of the latest it) dec,- cance at the donor, or owner, had
3 heart throbbing with pleas
He believed its falling was
and we are now prepared to do
4 'My lady is waiting for me to
start the fire; I am a new hand, and
if you please, sir, I ain't use to a
grate. You wouldn't mind telling
me how to begin." : .
in tho neatest and best manner.
&y jou need not: eend. yonr JOB.
WORK North, for we will do it just a,
well and cheap as you can -gut it Utt-wbere.
JJTTR BEADS, s . k
accidental; still he would wear it'in
his button-hole the first he had ev
er worn, for Ivan Boussseau did
notlpart his hair in the middle nor
sport an eye-glass.
The young lady who retreated
! from tho balcony buret into a mer-
hrtfofiKiphen"- she reached her
j I - . .
" Well, well ! was there anything
half 'to awkward?'.' That man will
think I did that to attract his atten
tion. . Call on the heiress, indeed !
and added: ,
44 Except Rousseau; he has taken
an unaccountable dislike -".
TT.a.l I" i in'tAfmirk n.l T?
, liv'ivi , illicit uuv.u a tun cocmt j
playfully, yet with sufficient earnest
ness to arrest" tbe concluding words.
" My opinion on any subject cannot
be of interest to Miss Carrol."
v Unless on the subject of llow
ers," suggested Dickens; 11 for your
tate runsiin the t same direction,
judging from those you have in your
Bousscau smiled, and his fice eyes
j sought Miss Carrol's quizzically.
, She colored deeply, saying:
4 I would like to know his opin
ion of those llowers. A strange co
incidence, our- wearing -the same."
Oece since Nellie's return to her
aunt's had the gentlemen called,
asking for the ladies. Nellie had
seen them, excusing her friend.
Pearson expressed his regrets, but
Roasseaa said nothing. After that
Rousseau' went alone evening after
evening, asking only for Miss Car
rol, and .forgetting every one ei.-rciu
her presence. .'-It had been several
weeks since his first visit, and he de
termined to know his fate. So he
made an engagement to sec her
that evening. .
1) rk purp c and gold daurck cover
ed furniture, n!:d il:h carpet in the
s-.iruo colors v-;ve irrniul in their sombre
hue; Luge mirrors . cn all sides rcHe.
t-j.i thj niccfal rhnurVlier, .twiakting
Wttfr-ii'ic with its invriftda of wax -lights.
Stati'liu by the eoatre-table was Nel
lio. A heavy black dress fell iu giaee
ful folds about her, and the velvet bed
be glittered with jet embroidery.
Not a jewel adorned her . person except
tli j pearl crosa; she Trould not even add
tho flowera, tux fear Ivan Rousseau
might suspect her l ve- of bin admira
tion. He came in, and she placed her
little hand in bis Tvith just the shyness
to make hira want to hold it forever,
lie could not release it just then, but
held it in a warm pressure.
"Am I annoying you with the fre
quency cf mj visits ?' he asked.
"I would have had a dull time if
.some one had not been, compassionate
and called occasionally. "The weather
hrisbcen so disagreeable as to prevent
nry goiug out at. all, or receiving a
j-iule lady viriitor.1
Then," said be, . 44all of this great
bo dropp-'d ;0tit nnccromonioudy and
ut direct in like a f tab in the dark-
Society is set cf complex rchtiom.
People aro boa nd together. Tbey
have dutic., obligation af51ifioM.
Kindness and politcnea aro parts of
the unwrittaii law of social commerce.
A fclight is a' sort of robbery a mean,
"Only try me," he said, rising and pickpocket ry sort of robbery, too of
holding out his hand ; "but coma here ttc nQtlcC onc i,as ft richt to expect.
while y.ji. test uic.' .- . , It inay not crt anything just to mind
4o. Ivan, let tue tell you first, and ,J , J , ,
tl.cn. ifyouhtiii want me, l am yours,"' one a own bufcln.. and lot a friend
"StiU want yoivr' he faid. takiug languish for want of notica and ayra.
htri'th;3 arm?; -4notbiiii? shall ever pathy and cheer; but it shows what h .
part us, I care not what you tell oc. matlo 0f at,a wl,at friendship U
You arc suiue.
"But Fiippote I te'l ou it was I nho
overhcuid your cjitveisation at tbe
: I know you did, darling," be inter
rupied : ' for there it w: a i first found
Wei', but s::ppos-j T U)l you U vz?
I .l.o received yTva here New Yeur'u
J.vasa s?rvnntcirl ,:
4 l don't eaic," drawinghcr -till c'ohoi:
"I would not excLarge you cow for the
I . id r ess wl.oe fire you were making,
he aid. innocently,
''O'n ! dear me, Ivan, you won't un
derstand me,'" she said, laughing. "It
was your own mistake that caused ne
to receive a second pall at the hotel ,
worth. The person who can slight
another is too baso to be flighted
rJ?lio Inuocftuuo ol" Youtlu
Tlie Vick,b'urg Ueruhl has tbo fol
lowing: I he Vkksburg bdy can stand
up with any other' boy in thu world
againnn accusation -.The other day. .
when a Vicksburg mother discovered
sugar on the pantry shelf, sUc'Callcd
to her boy,knd said: - - A '.
'Somo onc baa teen stealing this
'Is it possible?' be exclaimed polling
and then everything, transpire! jvift os
wr. nl.l lifivn li?l" it tr win ' vir.ir 1"V
fn rnite of prcjuiHec. You will take UP hls cJCi in "tonisbment. ,
the heiress now," she asked, archly,
"aud let her sbaro your bngnt antici
pations?" Not a word d'd. he gpeak as tbe
truth cauie to him, but g;:zing i.t ber a
moment, fondly kissed ber merry up-
" Yes; it is porsiblc, and tbe thief ii
Dot far away, cither TV
"Ain't be? Bo you suspect fath-
, "No, I don' I."
"iAddnt bo the cat, could It T bo
A'cliia's aunt was well pleased with j inimirod, clanainz under tbe table la
her future nephew, and although NeU icarch of iU fcin. . -
lie wa only sixteen, sbo returned
borne to ber gaardian only lonj enongh
to make all necessary arrangements
for tbe marriaie. . , - .-,
Wbcn Ivan Rosseau iavitedTis friends
to wait ou him, Person swore 4ttbat be-
-Cats don't eat sugar, young man!
. 'They don't?"
... 4No, sir; tbe tbicf U a cy about
your size." .
j "HeiseL? vI'd jist like to caUh
You might pass.for a printer s
devil or chimneys sweep, r but never
a fire-maker." , -,
None could repress a smile as the,,
mard wiped her face on hempron,
only . to keep from laughing out
right.''" " ' ' !' '::r, '
4 4 4 Tell Miss .Carrol . we'll not de. 1,;; 4 Ari aecitlent ' he saui, respectl ul-
taih her . but a few-f minutes," said. 1 ly, relieving her oj tlte iauoarrassc-a
r. ;u : J . i . o i I fjor that, hrt miht: liavft.thnii.wht hr
happiness of miuc hs not annoyed you.; I Year,
tHavc a scat," she said, withdraw
pig her hand an turning off ootbe
fore he saw tho deepening blush and
happy. light in the soft, brown eyes.
.'"Us followed her: to Uie sofa; tairog
froiu - bis - breast-pocket a dainty en
velope, be opened it, showing his little
nowcis. wunerea and xauea. i
.,!,!, hA W nd A Tnid ,D here jnst onco!
making another mUta'kc, ho w,uld uSr i disturbed asain ,
make love to tlie trva-it-irl next New I she naid. acsl-e correJ tho box. "I
Limit Your- Wtuitw.
know of a Ixtj who will get bis jacket
" ! bat's bully 1 I wub yon would
1 - & - fc ..... ,.t U.
rem h mdim r.T lliiT.f ttifl in. I V
r . i ri you tatch and maul bim.'
come of most of tbe inhabitants of the J. . -
. i . ,. .ij-..!:. And ho wentoat to detour tbeotbci
earth mut be, iiuiited, . and indeci f 4 - f .
i , fM ' 5 lump. - ' - . -
within very narrow boond. I be pro- " m .
duct of labor throughput the world, if y Wht xieCouldn't uo.Tp CuUECU.
Only lot me try once more;'' dropping them intentional. "I will
and again she sunk on her" knees J give you my opinion of thenif
before the. grate, almost convulsed
Wlut0law & Crowder;;
f ' T "
Marble & Stone
Raleigh VN C.
Persons wishinj; to purchase Hfad-
stones or Monument?, een see and con-
suit with our Mr. w outlaw, ai air,
J. A. Stone's boarding bouse.
Aug. 13-13W. -
er, she asked :
Well,'my fine Jcllow,"! will receive I wRh laughter, "which they took for
you. : ' Pearson is one name I fright or cold.
think I will know him. I do wish Rousseau went to her, and, after
the other would wear the gera- a fCw instructions aad a little assis
nium." tance, they succeeileil in getting it
J Witli . these - thoughts flying started; then; holding up the blow-
through her brain she had donned
her wrappings, and when the car-
.riasre was announced, went out..
After a short ride she astonished
her old aunt by giving her an affec
tionate greeting, Miss Eleanor
Carrol was not expectiug her, aud
Nellie wondered how Pearson knew
of her arrival. (IJe, however, owed
his information to au admirer t of
uie with a w ild desire to know you?
the second with a great hope to win
vou? and each hour the hoWo has so
said,- still, more earnestly, taking a
seat by her. 4Thcy came to me unxc
pectedly in their bright beauty like
a first love. The more 1 1 see of
them Uie more beautiful I find
them, the nearer I approach them' sae success that I plead for the flow
touching his lips ,to them, 4f the l.era. It is fne you have not known
me long, but Jet my great love be an
" . , , ., - -, . . T meauH impossible to bo lcdeixrodcnt. well if TOU wanted to. ,- J .
minJed wub a fear of W.ug yoi that I. ....... - . . i ir .,i ti
f . . , And what is the way to cuinpassjbis , How can Ir- ho half aobbed
am becoming wreicael. ' , ,, . , . , . i x . -
, - x , , , . , as Burns ajwopnately designates it KTbre the wood ro b aplit, and tbo
''glorious prirUcger" Toe method
Taking: her : hand. ue continued
. I.iiit ma t.lil t.ir VAiir nr Willi thA 1
. , . x , j r .L.a.. Limit your want. 3Iuke ttieoi tew
cud inexpensive. Ta .do . tbU would
interfere bat little with your real co-
coal to be shoveled rcr to the other
side cfitbe cellar, and no duLc waib
el for dinner yet.
. Abi I didn't think cf that,ab
ourmured, thoagbifully, and giving
I have four fine fat beeves which I 1 hers, who had written the news
.wish tQsell on the hoof.
A. K. BOBBITT.
Cedar Rock, N. C
ahead of her. ) ; S!ic -ft-as a
favorite 01 her-aunt," after whom
she was named; aud though prim
4 WThat shall I do ttith this ?"
44 Use it for a shield," said onc.
But Rousseau tpok it from her
and put it over the grate, , aud as
the fire commenced roaring, Nellie
took up th,e scuttle and said, with
a satised air,
'Thank you, sir; I'll tell her now."
' As she l'eachal the door, ".Diisy
came in saying,
Miss Carrol asks to lie excused,
as she.is sufiering with cold.".
They went out to make more hur-
sweeter tbey become, until even the me long, wuwe.uiy - - , u'.i , . .,iitr .f i. M. a fre,h hitch aft. tiUci
holt while I Have had 'them in my I excuao for my impatience. 3Iay I .love 1 . . ' t:r " ' ' , von i nnt,w. . .
There no, helo fcr t.&J irie i .-r--vrwT7 .: I T" " ' "
Dossession they have bewitched iny' Ton?, lucre u no.nelp tcr it, give
senses. If you were to take them I yeur consent.' he eaid, prolog her
haridtuorc warmly, and reading wiih a
lover'a quick eye her . answer in the
swest, averted face, and ?s hope grew
brighter he grew more importnnate
ai l cxactia- i4You wi'I love nw
you do love me, darUng,.,,
Tbe iittle hand had been withdrawn
fr.ta the blushing faco, and it must be
fi-om me, it would be like tearing
away an only hope. - It is a sweet
little thing, .'but, like my hope,1 be
ginning to wither. Who woidd be
so uukind as tu xnuke horn it a slrt
gie petal t Will you not rather add
to it from your own ?"
How handsome he looked ia his
eager" iicss!, . -';.' :
ulrx ' . ' .u- c i r I cnttally divided, would.not make tbe wouldn't bo tnch a Cbruftiinai
44Do yoa know this first leaf fiHed 1 1 J . . .
mpossiblo thai every onc -should be,, ntcod -;in .thi dovrway; dressed, for
what is called rkb. But it is by ao cbutch. "Yea could go. with me very ,
bid somewhere ' so" it " next leJ against
44 Well V laughetl " Pearson, ' 1 I Ivan Rouleau's bx--t, as scarlet ad the
satisfied with Ies, just a3 you have j , ?
acc atotscd yourself to the one or tbo He had mi lea hearty meal at a . ,
oiber. . . r.ttauraid, aad, rising- np, ho aaU to .
Limit yoar wanU, esliracto their tlur ca-dier? I Iuelarc, if I turen't :
cost, and never exceed it, Ukin pains f jrgcUen my wallwt.' The caduer fired
always to kep it inside of your in- 3p. and harlcl big word at him - for
come. Tba you mill secure your last- ft tbrw xnbutea Ufre pnestng for ,
ing independence. Young men, think lreath .jrietJ ft cIiacc, tha '
i;fhis. A preat deal of tbo bapU , .P.il.,r fft
u of your lives depend opvn iti- stranger conUnucd.- 'Lut I have fifty. w.
After Laving n,ade yyur money, spend UoiUrs Lcrc m my to powfc. t :
it as yon choose, ! subtly b-t be 1 '&Svi coolda't eroilc to uc him, j
sore you nake it fir-.t