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• • EASTERN NEWS. , CONNECTICUT . • ". PRICE THREE CEN'iS, CRAS. A, KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN EN'.l'ERPRIS1NG PAPER FOR 'ENTERPRISING ' PEO PLE. VOL.r. Hamrd distribute. nearly .~O.OOO III achotar.hipa among her undOlllfadutoo. 1 Alabama's supply of red oedar iI pxhausted. This State was onoe the (lbie( souroe of supply of the United 8tate .. The Farmers' Tribune exolaiml: In 1860 there were but two millionairea In Ih. United Stateo and no tramps. To-d.y there are 85,000 million...... nd 1.500.000 tramps. , Prof .... r Sedgwick haa iasuod. book Df .00 pig ... giving the ltalia'i.. of IIhoot seeiog, Of 17.000 peraona ques· tioned, 1029 'Women and 635 Dlen ututed ... , they had .... the pOlll of ,,-or uluaala. New York State wiU ..-in .bod ti50.ooo this .... 011 frolll Ita noe t,nob. The amoont of mone,. inveated iD runniDg horses in the State is eatiIII& ted by the D.troit Free P ...... , tII,OOO.OOO. wbil. th.t pnt illto Irot· tera .nd trotter breeding far!DO ia per. bape !,our iim81 as muoh. Following Ibe sugg •• tion of the W.r Department that arm,. oftioers eould pay more attention to praoUoe with the revolver a.s a more etreoti'f'e weapon than the aword in encountering a mob ai el08e quarten, it is aDnouneed ibai the State of New York iI abont to tMJuip .. U the offioera of ills National Guard with Colt·s United Statea hmy UTol.ero of the l.teat P.t\oro. -- The Postmaster-Genert.! hu ilaued an • amended regulation oonoera.ing poatal carda, providing ihat "no printIng or writing oth.r th.n ,he addreu ia olIo ... able upon the addreu lido, Ilor .. y anylhing .""pt an addreea label be pul.d or .ttacb.d to any poatal eard. The .ddr818 1 .. 1, howe"er, lII&y ~ puted on tho m!'ll"ll" lid ... "on as on the addr... aid. of the oard. .. NIANTW. CONN .• TUESDAY .• NOVEMBER 13. 1894 NO.9. Improve.lnt In Oran;tt CuMur •• rUN. H ONEY. Wbeb bees "enJ forth in blMk eontlnuouS Itroom, And IIteadUy return uato the hive, Wben all tbe air wltb bumming I, allore From pearly dawn to day', lut golden gleam; Then it bebOOorCl to work and not to dreAm I Up I If your honey atore )':ou want to tbrlore, (Ere hungry drones with robber beoa con· . "ra, tI laill Mrl. Troop, e1'idontl,. de· siroua to abbrtlvia.te the new·oomer'B t,hanke. "Barbara, this is tho young· est olerk. His name, I believe. is Browne." Barbar. let ber 80ft, blne-gray eyes rest upon his tired face for a leoond, with the mo.t ang.lio Iympalhy. "Ob, I a.m not arraid of tba.t 141 saiJ Barbara~ with rising color and droop" ing eyelasb61. "I ha.ve been brought up to be independent, yotl know, and I believe ] could earu a litUe mone, by art work, if I ever had the ohanoe If-if you really care for mo--" THE BIBLE'S HOME, WONDl'JRtI'Uf, WORK 011' THE AMERICA~ BIBLE, SOCIETY. Seven rilon •• ad Bible.' Inned DAU~ -'flle7 Are Seat t.o Every Land aa.d Are Printed In Bua- • 4red. of r~an.uace!l. Bible and .. ere oupplied. In 1882 the managera began a fourt·h supply giob .... finished in 1890. and abowed ,~h.1 Biblea .. er. keeping p.... with the growth of popnlation. It Is ... orthy to note that Ihe elllire distribution of Soriplur .. ~ thioooun· try, during the eight years embraoed in the fonrth resopply, was 8,H6,808 copi6l, in twenty-eaTen ditl'erent lauguage&. Some of these. are &8 follows: It i.ll very hard for a Man who lift in. cyo!one distrio~ to :remaiD nUt.ful.- Waabioglon Post. Many" ooU.ge boy would be ~ off if his 'English were u ,ood .. hia L.tio .ud basebalt-puck. ''The wonderful improvement in the oultivation of oranges haa attuc· ted the attention of the consumers of the delicions fruU ns well as thcae who grow it," .id B. O. Reamis, of Palatka, FIlL, at Worley'.. ''The novel orange, whioh bas no seeds and of whiohsuoh quantities are sent every- There are plenty of peop.. wbo an where from California, in the result very pleagnt while *he,. oaA Jaan nlve,) of judioious oulture, and in Florida their own "".y.-Ram's X~rn.. "My own darling t" "Then-yes, I do love you I" So BarbBra was wooed an<1 won. That you mft,. Kather all tho bt088om-crenm. "Of conrse, the llear little mothel Yet let mo paulO a moment on the brlnkBetween yon nowcr-calyx RDd Its spoil What labor InterTenoth! Only think, 'lIs your cough very bat!?" she asked. "Ob, I hope the mountaiDs will do you good I How long a. vaca.· tion have you-two wceks?" Be smiled. mnst live with us," said Mr. Browne. "I couldn't c10 without her 1" 1>J OT far from Ih. b'lsy whirl of Broedway .Ild with the Thir<l Avenue 'Elevated trains running olose behind it stand" at tbe corner of Fonrth avenue and A,tor place, one of the most fa.mou8 bulldinga in 'hi, oountry, If not in the world. 'Nothing in its a.rohiteotural .p~ran.C?!\"!ta his~ry or its oost con· ·~,to Itt fame. :for 1\ I .... od .. 'ly oou.lrooted of red briok. h .. heen 'ho loene of no great e1'ent, and, as build· inga are considered now, was. built very cheap. N e"erthelOM, its Da!De ia known in every land beneath the Hun and IpOten in nea.rly a. hundred dia- 100'- and languageo. It m.y be .. id to be the American home of the Bible. From it iuae each working day in the year 7000 Bibl81 and Testaments, more tlian 2,000,000 a year, tha.tgo into.the four oorners of the ea.rt h through the distributive agenoy of the Amerioan Bibl. 8ooi.ty. For n •• rly eigbty yean this famous organization haa carried 9n the work of sprea.ding the word of God among men. The Ameri· .. n Blbl. Sooi.ty w .. found.d on the 8th of M.y. 1816, .t a oonv.n,tion held jn thia oity for the purpose, and at· tend.d hy dolegates from tbirty·flve local sooieties, with the same object, in 1'arioas puts of the oountry. Bon. Elias Boudinot, of New Jeuey, a BOn of . , 'siper of the Deolaration of Independence, was the Arst Pr8lidellt. Be was suooeeded in tha.t offioe hy the Hon. John Jay. and in the .igbty y .... 01 the oooiet,..o lif. there have been a sucoeasion of men of N.tional r'pntation at Ihe head of the organIzation. The President now is 'be Hoo. E. L. Fanoh.r, "ho h .. hold In Welsh, 29,287; German, 4:78,920; Dutch, 11.807; Norwegian and Daniob, 153,707; Swediob, 220,777; Ital· ian, 151,888; Finnish, 2314.; PoU,h, 2317; Hunguian. 234:8; Bohemian, 9924; Chin.se. 7243. What you doom play, to lJetle and me tlls Mrs. Troop, who ha.ll onoe more tOll, "You are very kind," he Mid. l'The firm will allo" me to be gone .. long as I lik •. ~· joined the group, looked worried. Yet labor, penpiratioD, mRDy ft stJDR', 10 rye tbe boney-oheerrully I sing! -The Aoademy. c'And your ealary "ill go on jU8t_ the aame?" . THE YOUNGEST OLERK. ' _"Aad my u.\ary ... W Colltin.ue lna' the aame. " ' - BY DLJUI' POBBBBT GUVJt8. .. ' .t. l'That~ ia what I call rea.l gener· ollty," .. id Barbara.. HOb, I should S it a beggar, like to thank Messrs. Browne, Brown· Jane?" said Mrs. BOn &: Browne I Well, come in. Our 'r roo p. ttO b, liUle cottage il fnll of boardera, but 'don't senet the my mother and I will oontrive to poor or e a tu re tna.ke room for you scune"here. ,. a".y I Give him And 'h. 'p.le board.r oIopl that a. glass of milk night in a rOllo-scented room, with a and • bit of the cold beef. If ,strip of bright rag.carpet on the 1Ioor, "Please, ma'''m,'' said Jan~, Uthere ain't so much aa a drop of milk left, anJ yoo gave the l .. t of tb. cold b •• f to old Gideon G .. Uup. And besides, ma'am, I don't think it is a tramp at aU. it's quite a respeotable yoo.ng man, in a brown linen duater, and a carpet bag." "Oh til .. itl UrI. 'ltroop. "A new boarder, eh?" "Well, ma'am, I ain't qnite lure," laid Jane, discreetly. "Folka is eo difl'erent. " I tJ ane, " . Mid lIra. Tr,oop, mysterioUllr, "I 88e it all now.. Itt. the 10nngelt clerk. II "Ma'am?" said Jane, in a bowildertld way. t'Oh, don't be 80 etupicl?" criod Mra. Troop, who WIUI one of ~hose nervous women who aro' perpetually instinot 'With eleotrioity, and who BaW and oompr.h.od.d tbinga by ilasb... "Call Barbara, and make haste about it I" hand.painted ohina vasea on i.he wooden mantlo, and oheap musliD curtains .. t the window, after a supper of blaokcaplI &nd milk, delioioua home· m.d. bread, fr.ab hon.y .nd johnoy Oake. , "Two doUar. a week for mob fue as thi.. to aay nothing of my canning 'little oorner room I" Aid Mr. Browne to himself. ' ''I never boarded 80 oh •• ply b.for. in all my lif .... At the end of a week he was more th.n delight.d. Mrs. Troop w.. Ih. kindeat and most motherly of hoa· tesaes. Barbara "Wall the imperaonation of IWoet and graoiOUB rednement. The mountain 'Waa full of purple glene, merry voioed 0&80ade8, winding loo'patho and breezy heights. Mr. Browne enjoyed himseJf int-enaely. He beli.v.d th., he h.d com. to th. right place. t tlDon't yon think," said Barbara. to her mother • . "that he'avery .uong for a oonsumpt.ive?" "Is it a fl.t?" said sbe, wistfully. "No. I oocupy !I. whole house. II "But, deat me I" crie~ the mother· in.Jaw-eJeot, "isn't "Ulat esba'" gll~t ?" "I think not, II .aitl Mr. Browne, seriously. "But must you re&ol1y be married at once?" "I should like to oarry both B.r· b .... aod you back to 'b. oity "i'b me," said the lover. "And poor Jane? Though, of oouree, it would be out of the qnestion for · Barbara to keep a hired girl til heai· lated Mro. Troop. "Oh, Jane' must . come, toot" aaitl Mr. Browne. "Bring her with you, by all means. 'Ve oa.n manage it lOme· how. To tell you the truth-" "Well?" said lira.. Troop, eagerly. "I am a. fraud and a delnsion, U confeued Mr. Browne, while Ba.rbara. raillad her BOft eyea in amazement. ttl am not the youngest clerk in the Arm at an lb. yonng.ot cl.rk .... nt out '0 B.rmuda, at the asp.o ... of lb. firm. I hop. h. is doing "en In th., oli· mate. This man WAa Ferdinand Brnwn. I am Angustus Browne, the youngest partner. ,. "But however came you bere?" .ag.rly qu .. tion.d M.... Troop. "Didn't llr. Fanshawe reoommen d you?" Barbara came into the groen gloom of the little pantry, whose wlDdow was thiokly shaded with morning·glory vin8l-a tall, slim l&088io, with solemn bias-gray eycs, brown hair, and n 810w grace of manuer whioh she must havo inherited from the birohe. aD. t,he monlltain side and the reeda in thu Iwamp, for other teaohers she had "It'o th.t h.rb I ••• nd the di.1 of "Not at all. Ioame to the hotel, bnl it was fnn; and th.y tbougb'th.t perhaps 1 would be provid6d for at Mr •• Troop!s oottage 'Until there wu I vaoanoy in the Chooom. Houle. Bu' when the vacanoy oam. I didn" care honey And new milk tbat is building to olaim it. " him np, II said Mr .. rroop,t~iumphantIy. "I lIever knew it to fail yet in Inng diaeases. But he's very pleuant. BarbY', isn't he?" "Very til said Darbara, earneatly. Nr. Browne had not beenamonth at "So you are not poor at all?" Aid Bubara, in a low voice. "Not in your sense of the word, p.rh.p.; but I ab.1l b. poor Ind .. d, oweet Barbar., if I h... forf.lted your fa.vor," he uttere:!, fenant1" 'he offioe n •• rly Ihirty y ... o. Th. aoeie'y iI a benevolen' institation. Tho ..... ho found.d it, .u~ th.ir BUC' ce8BC'lf!I, ha"e e1'en a.imed by all wise m.thod. to place the Holy Seriptorea within 'h. r •• oh of ,U" Th. publica' tlons of tbe lOOiety are in no oase Bold The American Bible Society bu .Ided in the lraualation, printing. or diaUlbullon 6f the Sorlpt ..... in the following languageo and dial.oLsnioety ·tlv8 iu all : Hebrew, Greek, English, G&elio, Irisb, Welsh, Frencb, Spanish, Hebrew·Spanlsh, Portuguese, Italian, German, Hebrew·German, Dutch, Swedish" Danigh, Finnisb, Polish, Bohemian, Buugarian, Latin, Modern Greek, Albanian, Roumanian, Servian, Bulgarian; Slavonic, RuuillD, and Reval·Eathonian, Turkish, OsmanIi- Turkish, Graceo-Turkish, Armen~ Turkisb, Anoient Armenian, Modern Armenian, Koordisb, Azerbijan, Arabio, Anoient 8yriac, Modern 8yriao, Persia.n, Urdu, Hindi, Pun· jabi, Telngu, Canare se, Tamil, Ma~athi, Pabari, Kumaoni, Gnrmukhl, Siamese, Laos, Mongolian, BnrmesE', Chine86 (olf\8Bioal), Easy Wenli, ChiDese (Mandarin), the Fooobow,_ 8w&" tow, Shanghai, Sooohow, Canton, Ningpo, and Amoy Colloquials, Japau- ... Japanese (Kunt6n), and Korean. • • Hawaiian, Ebou (M ... hall Iol.ndol; Gilbed Ialands, Kus.ieD, Ponapet Mortlock, and Ruk, Dakota, Muskokee (Creek), Chootaw, Cherokee, Mo:' hawk, Seneca, Ojibwa, Delaware, andNez Peroee, Zulu, Benga, Grebo, Mpongwo, Dikele, Tong., Umbundu, and Sheet.awa, Oreolese, Anawact, and AymarL The entire Bible hM not yet been translated into even 100 l.nguag.o, .nd more than oixt;!' of 'he 850 languages and dialeots in whioh the Holy Scriptures have been prin~d ha.1'e received only a Bingle book of the Bibl.. It io cl.ar 'h.t the work whioh is yet to 'b. aooompliab.d will demand the patient effortB of the devout a.nd benevolent for many comiog year .. -N.w York Adv.rmer. The GUilt Chamb.,. the flnor of many vari.ti.s h .. been Whcn • mall ""hamto .. ary otJuir admirably improved by scientific method of getting rid of a tbiDg. be orouing. The young groves that are rames it off.-A.tchiaoD Globe. .. coming into bearing in a oommeroial " No-a thousand time.. JlO I" .. - .eoo. will produce, I beli.... better doubtedlyrepr ... nta 'he loyo ... adftJa. otang81 in every way, ~use their uges of the girl miUiouain..-PuL ",owen have had the advlDbge of BO Blame not tbe lIlaa. wbo from 'the pMIl muob experienoe on the part of oth· 01 rectl~"""'.1. er .... ho.eoblift~· h&~ ••. Itmq~l"-"""' ____ corded, and th.leuona they COlltaiO -pIlttiIIg"P'~ _ acted upon. Juo' no .. 'he orang.· He-"Oh. 'I'm nol .. big a fool .. men of Florida are interested ovel the reporhd diseovery a 1 an ever- you think.." Sh.e-""O f eoUne ..; \,. bearing orange tree in one of the ham. tha: were lIDpoauble. -BoUoa'l'la-mocts. It was growing wild, and scrIpt. F green and ri:ve fruit and blosaoma· \ Every time a woman .rna & pariJ were deolared to be growing on it ~8 in"i~e8 two or Ulree ibM! ~ "h.n it was found in Angust. Th. r.ally W18hee .. ould dao1iIIo.-AIohi· fmit wu said to be wellfta.vored, ng- 10D. Globe. nlar in size and shape, and with a What a gain it wonld be io n.-y· thin skin. From the desoription of body if there were fewer ialken aDd the fruit I am inclined to believe it is more eollvenatiooaliatia in ~be wOI'I4. a or088 between the sweet orange and -}JoS'OD TranlOript. the lOui, wild orange of the~ammoo~. ~ ".30 'yoar old.' ,80n holda • . .Po-If the report is true the discovery 15 non of trust. eh? Ouhier iD a bank?" of the utmoat importanoe to ~nrid.. uNop; IIl&Qager of a big iDNaUmen' as an e1'er·bearing orange tree wonld house. "-Bnffa.1o Courier • reyolutionize the ind't\Btry and make Be-c'You saw aome old raiU while it many tim •• more valnabl •• - Waab· in Eogland, I p ..... meY· S_' '7'" IngiOIl Slar. Indeed 1 And on. of 'ham ..... 1ed \It D,. Hlhnn ... the Repo,1.,. marry mL "-Brooklyn Lifo. Th. Wife ,(during ...... 1-..... .illain in the play is aI-:re. _. TboHusband-''Yes, ... d I' ill aI-..ya a'WolllAnWhOmUM him~"-lI •• York Pre ... ,-Bobbie." aid the vWw. ki_d!J. "have you auy li'Ue broIbert aad lister.?" "No," "plied Bobbie. eoJ.. ~ emnly, "I'm all the ohildzlJl-".'ft got." ··Harlem Lifo. Th. Boston 'l'ranacrip' '.U, 'hi. ""'ry of' 'he late Dr. Holm.o: A ,"oung n .... spaper man. jna' ou, of Harvard, who has since made his way in tbe world with entire oredit to him· leU and the college, WM lent down to B ... rly Farmstalntervi ... Dr. Holm .. on his birthday. Th. youn" ' maD, being a genUeman, wa.s a littl~' afraid Ih.' h. w .. committing wha' .. ould be a very unweloome impertinence, bu' 'her. was no .... y out oli\, ."e.p' I' TIle Plnl ..... 1..- b:r a .... y whioh .180 I.d ou' of hi. oit· "Who' ia 'he .... of ... orklq .... nation. So he weni with fear and making money." aid 0D0e • z.... uambllng.' H. fonnd the dootor.. to mo, "ii, ... h.u 'he work ill cIo ....... gracious .. could be; and .. h.n th.ln· the mOlloy mad.. thil is MIra • ...,. terTiew w .. ove% the Antoorat himself from 1. bJ tile tl'dnk. .. drove the ",,,,,g man down 10 \b. ala- 1I'0na o"t for tlon, ohoUlng pleaMllUy .q tb. "'y. ...d .. poor .. bellaft.1ft Sar. tb. Ne.. York Ad .. rtiaor, ''Th. Bev. Dr. Saudder, of J.ney Oity, says Amerioe.na are fonder of abow than any people In 'h. ...orld, and 'hoi the gaudy peaoock .nd Ilot the sober·garb.d eagle abould be our Iypie&! bird. W. hu •• I .... ya Ihongh' tile lurkey, which ia naiiv8 to tbe .oil. pl_nt to tho sigbt .nd delighUullo 'he palate, .hould hove boon \be N .. tional bird ... ==== none. the little cottage on the mountain "Nor uonsumption?" ·.t. proS'. Tho.. who aro , ahl. to ~.beae.'hom , oan do 80 ., the m.r. ooat of their manufaoture. while those whose ciroamstances call for suob c,onlideration are supplied without price. Tbe lociety is alao striotly on860· urian. Ita Board of Managers repre- 180.\8 IOven different denominatioD.8 of ChriatianL 1\ labors to cironl.te the Scriptures among all olasses impartial· ly, aDd ita affair. are managed with· out denomina.tional bias or control. Very few housokeeperst no matter ho ... hoopi\abl;r inclined th.y may be, furnish the "apare room" 80 thai when the stra.nger wit.hill the gatee is uoh.r.a: into i\ • f •• ling of compl.teneSl takea poB888lion of \he sensei, and ohairs. rugi' aud carpet. ory out in weloome. In too man,. homea the idea thd ia catri.d QU' ia to provide Ihe guest with a BUitable bed, a bureau in which to put ' 'h. 019th.. lho' he or oh. baa brought for 1188 during the vWt, one ohair and a wuhstand. Some weary .pictur .. of paoteloubjeo\S ador,n the wallo, and the en'ir. ..poot 10 drear and oo~onplace. A\ the aIa'iOll th.r. ... .. oom. \1m. to ! you are for'unale enoach, "'" 10 be wai\, and Dr. Holm... with. , .. lnkle ""U.d to • dialan' pro~ by 1M in hi •• y.. ongg •• ted 'hat h. and the angry magia\r1ite ... 110 baa arioW young journalist. go O1'er to tbe store himeelf ai your upeue! Now ... and be .... Ighed. Th. young man was added tho Xor_ looklq"""'" .nry n.arl1 of 'he sam.' hoigM ~d Into my '- "would you work .... build .. tho dnotor, bu' ., the- tim. \bOlO ciro1rdlIIanoeat" . "What is it, mother?" aic1she. "I when. overtaken by a sudden shower, "No, nor consumption," he aJ-W& 8 just emptying the feather. out of be BOught re(uge in an old, unuaed mitted. the old pillow·ticka!' barn not far away from the bouse, "Yon have been deoeiving 'u all "Barbara, U said Mrs. Troop, "don't where a thioket of blo83oming elder- alongt1t Cana\a aro .mong the beat S\&te in· •• tmenta in NeW' York, tbe refenll8 derived from th.m. p.id Into 'he SIaM Tr.asury, e" ... dlng both OOlt ad maint.llaooe by $16.710,000. Had \be earnlngo of Ih. Erie and Cham· plain Ilot boen h.ld dOWIl by lide aanaIa, 'h. St. Lonis SIar·S.yillfll be· liM'81 the fignrea WO'D ld be olOie on po,OOO.OOO. Ne ... York ia bl..ad In oWDing waterway. M well AI railway-. bother about pillow-tioks. It's the berrie. oonoea.1ed the rude stone base- "Ye!, I ha". beon deoei"ing you all yonngeat clerk I He's waiting just meut, and a veteran yellow pine tree along," aa.id lIr. Browne. "Bot, unoyer tber. on the poroh, with hi, bag. dung ita banner of blaok green shade der the oiroumstance., do y~u aee how Can we aooommodate him, do you over the m088Y shingles of the roof. I oould help itt" think t" Unused, except to stow aweet ha.y in"":" HIt is very Itrange," sai~ Barbar.a. "Mother, ,. aid Barbara, uwhat on a.nd in one corner" little chamber had "I ought tp be thoroughl,. indignant The government of the aooiety is Inlrnoted '0. Board of MAnag.ro, con· lietlng of thirtY·lix laymen, one-fo\uth of what'D. go out of offioe eacb year, but are r.·.ligibl.. The numb.r ~ of elected managen sinoe tbe drganization of the Booiet,. is two hundred and .... In r.th.rpoor h.alth. Dr. Holme. "I am banged if I would." ... 1M mad. the journal;" g.' on th. _I ..... orda .. hioh, 10 \be beatofm;rability, first. H. w.ighed e1&olly 180 pounds. I "'runled hard 10 ~ ia~ \be. Thell Lr. How .. him .. lf got· on •• od Xorean 1.0guaCe, 10 tIao.. m;r .... tipped the beam a' 140, and waa '.fY pro.al of his philooophlo_yof ...... mnob pl .... d. It wOs pi";'; .oough Inl(. . _ earth do you meau 1" been Aniahed' off long ago with a. briok with you j but IOmehow-lomehow I "Wh,," cried Mr .. Troop, with an ohimney and a tiny pltned lattice. love you more clearly than ever." Prof. ...r Hadley. of y.lo, propoaea impatient gelture. "don't yon remem- The door was half open, and ttlr. Mrs. Troop could hardly belin'e her '" aobotilnte d.betoa for reoltatiolll in his claaaea of pelitiool .oonomy. A anbjeot for d.bate will be ChONn and Ibo dudento arrayed In equal Jl,UlDben on eaoh Hide. The nep"". lid. will preaent • oomplain\, dra ..... up lik •• logal papAr. The oth.r lid. ... ill preMnt a simi.l&r paper in reply. Argumento ... ill th.n be made by the "1a..,.en" of each aide. and the debate finally Ihro ..... open 10 the honae. ber old Mr. Fanahawe, the book- Browne co~ld iilCern a little oot bed, own ear.. A pa.lltce in Fifth avenue; keeper in Browne, Brownson 4: draped with white, a dimity oo:vered a double carriage driven by iwo Ane Browne's, tellinsuabouttheyoungtslt toilet stand, wbose coarie, cheap bowl gentlemen who wore ohoicer luih clerk th(lre .... ho h&d the weak 11lDB1 and pitcher were enriohed with purple and gloBBi6r hats than the panon himand the Imall salary! And he ll&id and crimson autumn leaves in hand self; donble damask napkins, with he'd reoom"Uend him here for hill "aoa·- painting, ~nd a lititle needlework rug monograms embroidered on them, at; tiOIl, and h. hoped w.·d lake him "hioh I.y .t tho foot of the bed. ev.ry m.al: .gg·ah.n 'china: an the cheap and do what we oould for him. " uAb," said Mr. Browne to that best luxuries which she had dreamed 01, '".nly·.ight. Th. editor of the Waablngloll (Oa.) • Chronicle cooldn" help_paring his ... ildom wi',b • IiUla joke. Bead &Iaia 010 ... 11 : "Plaot IOm.thlng eIoe . beoidea ootton. W .... an' 10 _ our fanne ..... d our oountry prosperous, ... d Whaa been domonotraled beyolld a peradvenlnr. ,bat \bey .... "'" pr_ per 011 col\on alone. P1aDt In -.n ... year round on~ you will make ttu, IIOUIlUy blOllOm liko \bo roae. Now ta the time to ao .. omoll grain-oa\o, .beat, rye. bMley, and AD forth. Go forth aud lOW forth.. .. c -, , The PreabyHr\an reoorde. oinIr!lJar e&perimeDt made by the Woodland Avenue Prcebyterian Churoh, Ole"eIud, Ohio. Realizing th., moth_ .. prevented from attending ohuroh' by ... Il.-oity of oaring fpr \b.ir babeo .t home, the ohnroh baa pro· ~ded a Sunday nurlery whioh it to be open in connoction with both t'l. lDOlDing and evening _"ioeI. The pnctiaal objeo\ of \hil nuroery ia to ....:.e ... d- properly ""d lorillgly .... :0. 'b. b.boo .od young ·phil· dron while ODe or both of t.heir par· eDt. are attending di"iDe Ml'Yioe ia. uuroll. Tb.e ohildren will be rooeiyed ju:i before servize and delivered ~ ......... ta jnat alter .. "ioo, or ., M1 time pra,ioue, .. t.he parent may 'IriIb. 1IaoII. work fai'hfolb. lotelll· .... y ..,4 lovlnsly doo.. as i\ will udoubtedly be in . \he pr_Il' In· ........ will .... ble ..... y • lIloth.r. "Ob I" aaid Barbara, arohing her of oonfidants, him&ell, HI comprehenll but had never known I And all these prel\y .y.bro.... ''Yeo, it ••• ma 10 it .n now 1 I bav. displ.c.d Mad· gifto beotow.d by the hond of the poor me noW' that I do remember .omething emoise11e Barbara from the little cor- young olerk wbom ehe had undertaken abont it. But. mother, where caD we ner room in the oottago. Upon my to boa.rd a.t two dolla.rsa week because pui him! Evt!ry room iI fnU-even 'Word, I feel like a uaurpet I Bni how he 'Wu alone and friendles.. and for to the two Iloping·roofed ohamber. in good they are, l.his mother and daugh· whom Ihe had Baved the ohoiceli t.be garret. If ter, whose only inoome is derived' alioea of honeyoomb and brewed the ''But a poor young man," uJd Mrl. irom thiB precarious oooupation of mOHt inTigoratinS' h':'rb·tea I Troop, in a dilueaaed voioe, "with ta.king boarders I How nnseldsh, how "One often reads of these tbinp in 1:tereditary conlumpti6n ud almoat no utterly aelf.aaorificing I There are 'Dovels," aai~ Ihe; "but bow leldom oaJaryl Barbar., we oover nau 'urn good S.marit.no yet I.n In Ihe ... orld, they com. troe in r .. lW.l" him awa,.. II thank heaven I" Kind, aimple.hearted Mre. Troop I UNo, of·ooune not," .id Barbt.ra, When September oame, witb ita It she had been a student of the great "fleating. . "Mother, IO&Il manage it. yellow leavee and ita cluster. of vivid "novel" of Buman Nature, Ibe would DOll" fr.t any morL Toll him h. m.y blue ut.ro on the .dgo. of the WOOdl, have known Ihat ". ar •• U of uo Iiv· come." Mr. Brown prepared to return to the ing romances at one time or another. "AmI high timl', too," nid Mrs. oity. And wby not? Is not the world al· Troop. ,3101voualy. ""itb him ... ai'inll ·'Youareonr. you ar .. lrong enough ".YI full of Lo.i and Yon,b,-Bal",· .... 011 \be poroh ... d WOII~, 110 to reaume ... ork" aaid Hro. Troop, d.,. Night. doub\, ... b., 'aU thl. d.l.y m •• n .. ·! anxiously. _______ _ She buat1ed out. with kindly ho.pi- "Mother," said Barbara, "he isn't t.a1tt,.. There, in the purple twilight, at all like an invalid. Either old Mr. apparently .listening to the IODg of Fansha.we 111&1 mieta.ken, or Mr. the whip-poor.wml on the monntain· Browne has made an almost multou. aide, at •• lender m&n, dreBBed iD lona discovery." 0001, brown liDen, wltb a v"li&e reut- Just at thi. instant Jane came to tell ing on the floor belide him. Bow Mrs. Troop that neighbor Jo.okaon Was ... .. Mr .. Troop to kilO ... Ihat h. h.d a' Ihe, door w.iting to borro.. • heard ev.ry ... ord of 'h. bri.f 001· dr .... iog of teo. Ioqoyt Th. gontle .. ido .. buit.d out; Mr. "Madam, II be Baid, lifting the Itraw Browne turned to Ba.rbarL hat from hie oarly head, "1-" "Yos," aaid he, HI am. Roing to re- "Oh, yet; yeel" aaid Mra. Tronp: turn 10 N .... York. But I ab.UI ... e "I know all about it. Your name. is something bebind me." Browne-with Browne, Brown.lOD. It "We IbaU be Y.M~ happy to take Browne. lIr ... Fanshawe told me all oharge of anything for you," -.id about you. You are the 10UD.geet Barbara, who was lorting over red-clerk tbere." oheoked pears for pieaerving. I'Madam, 1-" "Shall ,.ou' But you don't know A High Ho.o •• Charles Shartow, of Omaha, Neb., bas had. great honor conferreJ. upon bim by Kaiser Wilh.lm. Til. X.ioer has 'sent him an oaloia.l letl81' iU1'it.ini him to vi.it G.rmany.' 'he Imp.rial e"p.noe. Th. I.'ter r.c.no to Sobar· tow's memori a da,., August 16, 1870, when tho Pruuian army W&I baUling with the Fr.nch at Maro la Toor, .nd a mitram.o •• ,tation.d on. hill ..... deoimatiDg the German rank.. Near· ly 160 m.n bad fall.n und.r Itt daad· Iy flro, .nd it wao neo .... ry 'h., tbe gun should be captured, or the Ger~ m.ans oould not hC'lld their polition. To oh.rg. the batt.ry mean' almoa' certain dca.tb, and volub.t~ell were oan.d for. Filteen msn .... nt up tho hill. Th. gun ..... o.p'ured and silenced, but only three men came book from tho deadly ..... ul\, .nd on. Since thoa lOOiety's organization, about six thousand peraon8 ba.ve lus'ained towltrd it the relation. of life directors or IHe members. Man,. of th .... have alr •• dy p .... d .... y to their beavenly rewo.rll. There "re ~till li"ing, however, so far as the officers ca.n oacertain, more tho.n 40,000 of this honorod company. The lOOiety haa ba.~l on ita register for a con8iderable time about 2000 auxiliaries, and these have more that; 5000 branoh organizations i 60 t'bat it i, probable there are not It'88 than 7000 Bible sooieties ;n this country 'Whioh, direotly or indireotly, center in this inatitution . The working foroe in the Bible Bou.e is divided into two branohes-the exoouti1'e and manufa.oturing. The former comprises .... the depa.rtment! of tbe oorresponding aecretaries, the treuurer and the general agont. The hUer inoludes the printing, electrotypillg. proof· .. adlng .nd biudlllg d.· p""m.ota, .nd tho .. of 'b. depool\.ry and engineer. In the printing de· partment and the bindery many of the e1Dployn are women. The aggregate number of peraons engaged in the 86nioe of tbe society in the Biblo Bouse does not vary muoh frQm 250. The society ownl 185 sets of storo· 'ype and .I.o'rotyp. plat.. of 'b. Bible, or porUons of it, compr.iaio6' 80,000 "ord .. Sinoe the society was orgaDlzetl its receipt. have been over $'2:6,000,000, in~loding le;aoiea amounting to 14,· OOO,OOG. The total Dumber ofvolumea issoed by the' BOoie'y, from its organi~atioD> iI 66,926,771. The ';rlk-r knows of one abode where the guest chamber is made the .ubi.o',of ioSnite 'hought. Th. ,Oom· fad of the visitor is the watchword that governa the seleetion of every 8tiok of furniture, a.ud .1be great wonder is that' auy one who once enjoy! the pleasa.nt atmosphere of th~t perfeotly a.ppointell room over h~ .moral oourage enough to bting the ,vwt to a olose. _Phill1delpbill Timel. A H.a.1 In a C,at ... Th. projeot to .. tablish a hotel in the crater of 'Mouut Tacoma, W .. h· ington, seems to have vitality. The EngJish a.nd A.mcrioan capitalists who ha.ve the matter ill hand propose to build in oonnection with the hotel a. branoh line from the Northern PaoitiQ and a seoond hotel at the snOll' line.Chicago H-enl-a. --- AU •• lo.n Opp .. lo.ll)'. Sh.-"Do you Ihiok 'he'im .... iII ever oome when womall will propole?" He-"I don't see why it ahoul~n't. Suppose you proposed to me to· night and I said ycs, what-" She-HOb, Henry, tbis is &0 sudden 1 But never mind t it is just as wo11 a.nd mothor, I know, will be dulighted. "New York Press. ----- Tha Induo,mlnt. Wife-"The p~ioe of tbe olook was 810, but I got a disconnt, ~ it only cost me SS, Of Husband-·"Yea:, but .you oould hn. got tb ... me tbi,03 at Be •• l.·dor $G. 'Vife--"That may be, but, then Beezle wouldu't have taken off any· thing. "- _Doston.,:rranaoript. • Aa U'''"I •• a~le Po~I •. in to to !Ix ,,110 110'" .... 110 ... ob oppor\1Uli\y _ o"":r-·' end to ~, 10 .,. MIld ..... "ioN of \b-UI7. un ian" lleoell&l1 ' t.o '\ es:ptaiD, n . whai it it, Barbara," BUddenlylapsing kiuclly illterrnp'ed Hro. Troop. into .dr.m. gravity. "U io ,my "We'll gi1'e10U a room and board for heart. I am driven to oonf ... that I two dollan a week. I O&n" promiae ha,.elolt it-and to you I" you \be dalntiel they hon .1 'h. Cbo- ''You aro joking I" orl.d Barbara, of Ih.m ..... Sob.rto .... ~N." Orleanl The work of tho sooiety in distribu· tion is really mlU'velous. Ita agenta are In ... ry part of the United State_ ,nd in every heathen land. Amon,g tbe IOldiers daring ihe war, and be· foreandsinoe, nearly 3,000,000 Bibles ".r. dil'rlbuted. In 1866. to c.l.br.t. the fin' h.lf o.ntury of tb. oooi.,y'_ bia'ory, an orgaDized a.ttemp~ 'Wu mad. 10 pi ... the Bible in .very hon .. not pol88uing one. This il the 'hjrd CI.rk-"Mr. BlioD .... juot say tbat you hadn't; .. n' a man his pipe"" Plumber-uBe'. about the fortieth man t·~ ·C)()me in with tha' story to-day. I "ond.r If people 'hiok we hav.u·' .n1lhilll! '0 do buhit h.r. and listell to complainb. "-Puok. 00 .... Hou .. , bo' ... ry'hing &baU be ooloring and half·disposed 10 be In· 01 .... ';"d ... holeaomo. Mr. P.nah.". dignant. ,told Iia ihai your m8&IUI were limiied. HI never WAS more leriolli in my f A '""'" TlItfL Pi~yun.~ _ ~ ___ __ Mr. FtIlIha ... e.kIle ... l ... onld be In\or·' ·lif.," .... y.r.ted Mr. Bro ... o.. "I do ... thor ..w in yoa, ~ .... I had loll • lOll lon ' yoo, dear Barhar., uuly ... d 'h., h. had ".i •• d up" th.young man The.. U 110 doubt IIIn ......... .. of .bo';, hia ""n propor\iono, .nd Kor .... aaid 10 me ..... perfee$lJ .... had guessed tho' h. oould out .... igh and ,,'la' the ayateDl of .-.q....u.,. fa him; and II bad Ilokl.d his fanoy to oarrIed Oll Oil a .ery \arp .... ...,. 1M - find himself .\ the age of· eighlT a magio\rateo, jul ,be _ .. inOUM. "boU.r Iflan" then the you~ by t.n and It n.\UaIly bU • wry a , I ~ pou,n ds. eff~' on "'1*1~ ...... ..a.. TIll Vma.o Pap ••. No man is too poor to take his nl· Jage newBpape~, .. y. an exchange, and it io falo. eoonQmy 10 get along with· .autiL Hardly a .... k paooea 'hot oomething doel nut appear in itl oolumna that will be. fin.noial ben.at to Ih •• ub· ooribar, .nd by ~h •• nd of 'he y.ar ho haa made or .;red from one to tll'en~1 Umea it,. subsoription prioe. '1h. ol\y 'p.per. do nollalto the plac. of your village p.p.r, although oomo peopl .... m 10 think 'h.y do. Th.oi'y p.pers are .U!ight in 'h.ir ~ay, bul th.y don" givo you whot you are moot In\or .. t.d In-your 'Iooal and oount1 De"" You cannot learn from thlm when and where publio meetinga are 10 be h.ld, ... ho are dying or who .. . manyInr, ... ho are lIlO.ing in and ... 110 .re moving ou', , ooun prooeedingo, "ho wanta to oell land-in faol. hun· dr.d. of ilems whioh might be of par· ~ioaJar importance for you to know. Suoh matter city pa.pers cannot furnilh. bu' your village pap.r oan and. do ... 1\ ia really painful, "boa ,... lint land in Xorea, to noliae-t.he .... -. .. d exp"';on Oll -:rbocJy ..... ~ \b.r. they lie .bou' 1dJ. aad pi .... doub',ul .. '" ... ha' ... W happeD to -_ \b... Io-morrow. au aul..... .... gOlierations 'ha' • reform micld lab !p\aoo In 'he mode of go.....-l, :ret ,all fo> oen\urlea 100 luy \It ..... 'to be"er \heir poailio... ... ·11 human ........ 1, 1\ i. hard ~ t. loder, bu' I' ia nothing .. I pw" ;with the uouble and ...on, '" ~ ipro'in,one'l oWn atucJ.l-.; ..a .. 'One be'\or ,han. \be XonIoIII ..... ' \hia.-Forlniah~ BnI. .... . Eaooh'Emory;" UII.jj.· .. ... ho I_led In Slbolrln 7eaft .... aIlCl ... 110 tar .... imporlillc ...... part of \be bleak _try,_ the Palaoe Hotel ~y. 'Be fa 110" on hIa elennth trip UOIIII<l * ~ "orld. H .... en' _ fro. W-.. .1 ... 0 .. Siberia, tramns 0_ all,..,. IUona of the SiberiaD Tra. DMy-.tIl 'Bailroad tha, are compleMd ... et "'~ . n •• ost WOlllnl, A,L ltbe reei of the di8taD.oe oa ........ . Sewiug ia • moa' wom.nly ar~ A 'behind ho_ x.. Em9ty - woman is never more feminine ~haD. l~enoi08" all paiu. aloac ~.lIIIiooa wh.u .h. baa a needle and thr.ad in 1iU •• r, and io In. poailiOD to ......... h.r hand. n ia 'h. rigllt of .very m· Island ~Uy ... ~.U~e tho,Il'" rail· '1. girl to be ',ught to sew n •• tly, ' ~oad ,ull cut 10 tho do~ O1'en if it ooats the mother soma JeU- '8ibez,ia. ~ aaoridoe. Very few women &lewholly " I have seen milch taIk~ , •• ,. 'eumpt from .\b. needlL On 'he oon· 'Ile ... papers .bou' OOlllpDj\ia wiNi trary, almp.' ._y woman moo' talio 'Siberian ... hoa' wboa the,' .... railHal • more or Jeu care of own wardrobe. ia fl.nilhed." Said ... B • .,.: .~ e .. n if abe has 110 family reapouaihil· ia really n~ In it. TIM a......Uy. Machin ...... not sew up rlpa in meu\ will nol ......... Ibe ~,_ a glo ... , •• p\aoe bu'tons or m.nd. Some ,1_ and mna\ chasp a ........ .,..,. • "'itohee moot b. 1ak.1l, and ho ... to. "hiob willllUlke iUmp" .... ,. "" n .. t1y i. an aocompliabm.n' quite grain to OOlDpete willil A • .. 1l00.""y, if no' more 80, to the 00Il\ by .... Ior. AI prwaU happln.u of • majori'l of .. omen ,han ' frolll Eaatarn Siberia 10 any olber. If a lilU. girl b. ',ugb' .... \or obeaper 'than from early how 10 u... her needle. .. ... Ina the Bl.ck Boa hy nil 8aIo ... illaoon become a aor' of _oud no· tiona will !'I-I' preftiJ. "-" 'ure 10 her.-Deuoi\ Fr.e, Pr.... . oi .. o ChronicJ •. ..,...----- , ~ day "'" 10.... of abcillt YOIlf, age." tenderly. Do you Ihink :rou oould IIoIol dllflllll ... Ilich' oIoWII • ''ladeed, lin. Troop, I am .ary dan 10 'rut your fu'~r.1o met Poor ... _We ........... aad - ... -...... -A 10 b \-'-" .. I _ I oorJd :r- &Ift 1011. : ..... :r-L--.. y ...k -hA ~~ ...-.- .;..y:.:....~ B.r. .......... ~~ N.d door to 'h. Pasteur Illlmote In P.ris th.r. ia • hotel called ,lie Ho· tel dee Earag •• , ... hich i •• pooi.ny d.· .oled to and oooo~i.d by p.ti.nta who h ... beeu bUten hy mad - doga and han ..,me 10 Iry the famoul Putoor """ ....... " P.llen. an boarded and • - I 104pI :~ __ alit .. a clol\ar • dq. time Buoh a tuk bad)een aUempted, An Inditm o,,!pet, weighing and tb. r.porto of 1882 .how.d tb., ton ... nd mad. by the priaou.rs of the Dearl;(9,OOO,OOO famiHee were vieUea, . A8'l'a Jail for-Queen Viotoria, hal jut and of tjl ... o .. ~· 1.000;00:0 bad 110 beOIl '-i~ ., Wlna.o. CaaUo. Poopl •• \oould ;"ever buy boota or abo .. early in ... d.i. Tho foe' are ., \bair muim1Ull oiso 1.,- In 'he day. - - . ~ '.. . "
|Title||Connecticut eastern news, 1894-11-13|
|Subject||Niantic (Conn.) -- Newspapers; East Lyme (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Began Sept. 18, 1894. Ceased in 1898.|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.E3 S73|
|Relation||Succeeding title: Sound breeze (Old Lyme, Conn.); Sound breeze and Connecticut eastern news|
|Publisher||Chas. A. Kirtland|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
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EASTERN NEWS. , CONNECTICUT . • ".
PRICE THREE CEN'iS,
CRAS. A, KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN EN'.l'ERPRIS1NG PAPER FOR 'ENTERPRISING ' PEO PLE.
Hamrd distribute. nearly .~O.OOO
III achotar.hipa among her undOlllfadutoo.
1 Alabama's supply of red oedar iI
pxhausted. This State was onoe the
(lbie( souroe of supply of the United
The Farmers' Tribune exolaiml: In
1860 there were but two millionairea
In Ih. United Stateo and no tramps.
To-d.y there are 85,000 million......
nd 1.500.000 tramps.
, Prof .... r Sedgwick haa iasuod. book
Df .00 pig ... giving the ltalia'i.. of
IIhoot seeiog, Of 17.000 peraona ques·
tioned, 1029 'Women and 635 Dlen ututed
... , they had .... the pOlll of
New York State wiU ..-in .bod
ti50.ooo this .... 011 frolll Ita noe
t,nob. The amoont of mone,. inveated
iD runniDg horses in the State is eatiIII&
ted by the D.troit Free P ...... ,
tII,OOO.OOO. wbil. th.t pnt illto Irot·
tera .nd trotter breeding far!DO ia per.
bape !,our iim81 as muoh.
Following Ibe sugg •• tion of the W.r
Department that arm,. oftioers eould
pay more attention to praoUoe with
the revolver a.s a more etreoti'f'e weapon
than the aword in encountering a mob
ai el08e quarten, it is aDnouneed ibai
the State of New York iI abont to
tMJuip .. U the offioera of ills National
Guard with Colt·s United Statea hmy
UTol.ero of the l.teat P.t\oro. -- The Postmaster-Genert.! hu ilaued
an • amended regulation oonoera.ing
poatal carda, providing ihat "no printIng
or writing oth.r th.n ,he addreu
ia olIo ... able upon the addreu lido, Ilor
.. y anylhing .""pt an addreea label
be pul.d or .ttacb.d to any poatal
eard. The .ddr818 1 .. 1, howe"er,
lII&y ~ puted on tho m!'ll"ll" lid ...
"on as on the addr... aid. of the
NIANTW. CONN .• TUESDAY .• NOVEMBER 13. 1894
Improve.lnt In Oran;tt CuMur •• rUN.
Wbeb bees "enJ forth in blMk eontlnuouS
And IIteadUy return uato the hive,
Wben all tbe air wltb bumming I, allore
From pearly dawn to day', lut golden
Then it bebOOorCl to work and not to dreAm I
Up I If your honey atore )':ou want to tbrlore,
(Ere hungry drones with robber beoa con·
. "ra, tI laill Mrl. Troop, e1'idontl,. de·
siroua to abbrtlvia.te the new·oomer'B
t,hanke. "Barbara, this is tho young·
est olerk. His name, I believe. is
Barbar. let ber 80ft, blne-gray eyes
rest upon his tired face for a leoond,
with the mo.t ang.lio Iympalhy.
"Ob, I a.m not arraid of tba.t 141 saiJ
Barbara~ with rising color and droop"
ing eyelasb61. "I ha.ve been brought
up to be independent, yotl know, and
I believe ] could earu a litUe mone,
by art work, if I ever had the ohanoe
If-if you really care for mo--"
THE BIBLE'S HOME,
WONDl'JRtI'Uf, WORK 011' THE
AMERICA~ BIBLE, SOCIETY.
Seven rilon •• ad Bible.' Inned DAU~
-'flle7 Are Seat t.o Every Land
aa.d Are Printed In Bua- •
4red. of r~an.uace!l.
Bible and .. ere oupplied. In 1882 the
managera began a fourt·h supply giob
.... finished in 1890. and abowed ,~h.1
Biblea .. er. keeping p.... with the
growth of popnlation.
It Is ... orthy to note that Ihe elllire
distribution of Soriplur .. ~ thioooun·
try, during the eight years embraoed
in the fonrth resopply, was 8,H6,808
copi6l, in twenty-eaTen ditl'erent lauguage&.
Some of these. are &8 follows:
It i.ll very hard for a Man who lift
in. cyo!one distrio~ to :remaiD nUt.ful.-
Many" ooU.ge boy would be ~
off if his 'English were u ,ood .. hia
L.tio .ud basebalt-puck.
''The wonderful improvement in
the oultivation of oranges haa attuc·
ted the attention of the consumers of
the delicions fruU ns well as thcae
who grow it," .id B. O. Reamis, of
Palatka, FIlL, at Worley'.. ''The
novel orange, whioh bas no seeds and
of whiohsuoh quantities are sent every- There are plenty of peop.. wbo an
where from California, in the result very pleagnt while *he,. oaA Jaan
nlve,) of judioious oulture, and in Florida their own "".y.-Ram's X~rn..
"My own darling t"
"Then-yes, I do love you I"
So BarbBra was wooed an<1 won.
That you mft,. Kather all tho bt088om-crenm. "Of conrse, the llear little mothel
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