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Office
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WILLIAM
STEVENS,
WI.D.,
PHYSICIAN
AND
SXJBGEON,
18
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street,
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York
City.
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JAMES
A.
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COEONEE.
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Office
in
Shepard’s
building,
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in
lower
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atreet.
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taken
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formerly
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Roiesi
Sleigh
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a
n
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Plow
Castings
kept
on
hand
or
made
to
order,
_________
Water
Street,
Cgtaklll,
N.
Y.
DUIHAM
&
BREASTED,
MAIN
QTBBET,
ABOVE
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Marob
21,1883.
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Bank,
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allow
interest
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aooording
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SHERWOOD
DAY,
President.
J.
H.
BAGLEY,
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F
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Vice-President.
OBRZN
DAY,
Second
Vice-president.
EDGAR
BU^SELCi,
Secretary.
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of
the
owner.
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building.
Is
modern
In
its
appointments,
and
la
complete
repair
throughout.
The
lot
on
which
it
stands
is
SO
by
150
/eet,
locsteU
on
three
streets,,
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la
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cap>ciUe8
for
improv.ffi4nl
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billy
bi
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store,
for
offices
o
r
dwellings.
Apply
to
Catsklll,
Eeb.
7,1888.
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ABEBL.
HOUSE
AND
BARN
a
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24
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new.
Term
.
favorable.
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to
o
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address
fbStf
DAVID
BLOOM,
KJskatom.
FOR
SALE.
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Gated
on
the
h
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corner
of
S
pring
and
William
streots.
Firt-clasB
location
and
in
every
way
de­
sirable.
The
house
is
in
good
order;
heater
in
cellar;
good
water
a
n
d
gas.
Also
large
and
convenient
STABLE,
nearly
op-
polite,
on
lot
S0xl2S
feet,
with
g
srdea
attsebed,
—
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paxticnlars
address
L.
F
.
BOGABDUS,
IM
OHntonevenne,
Brooklyn,
N
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Y.
I
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/m
rth
er
i
FOR
SALE.
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la
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,
b
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tw
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e
n
JLn
the
grounds
ot
Zsaac
Erxtjxi,
Bsq.,
and
S.
S.
Day,
£
80.
Lota
60
feet
front
by
160
feet
deep,
or
in
lots
to
s
u
it
purchasers.
^
,
Term
s,
o
ne-third
cash,
two-tbirds
on
mortgage.
Apply
to
SAMUEL
L.
PENFIELD
o
t
JOSEPH
HAIXOCK.
TO
RENT.
A
NU9IBRR
OR
T'ENEAIBN’PS.
Apply
ta
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Carsenters
and
Masons.
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D
G
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,
MASON
AND
BUILDER
And
dealer
i
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MASON*S
MATSBIZLS,
ss
Lime,
C&lcmed
B
laster,
V
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Drain
Fipe,
Filter-Jugs^
Center-Pieces,
Brackets,
etc.
Contm
etingon
lib­
eral
term
s.
Orders
left
a
t
the
postoffice
will
re-
ceive-prompt
a
ttention.
Shop
and
office
on
Wes^
Bridge
street.
West
Catskill.
GEOBGB
W.
HOLDBEDGE.
J
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&
B
.
W
O
L
F
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,
CARPENTERS
AND
BUILDERS.;
CATSHlIiIi,
N.
r
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Shop
on
Hill
street,
opposite
John
Clarke’s
blaok-
smith
shop.
AllTforK
Done
TTell
ana
rromptlT.
Catskill,
F
ebruary
17.
IBdd.
Hotel
dards*
GUNN’S
NEW
HOTEL,
OOBHEE
OF
MAIN
AND
BBONSON
BTBEETS,
CATSKILL,
N.
T.
ENOS
GUNN,
Froprletoi.
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AND
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3UPEBIOR
ACCOMMODATIONS.
Omnlbo.
and
Stage
faellitlet._______________________
WESTERN
HOTEL,
HEAD
OF
MAIN
STREET,
OATSKILL,
N.
Y.
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For
Sale
Cheap
for
Wast
of
Eooia,
Will
sell
the
above
a
t
a
bargain.
From
$23
to
$75
Each.
CASH
OB
INSTALLMENTS.
l4
Also
a
Large
liOt
of
New
fastaraeats!
JUST
KEOBIVED
FEOM
FAOTOBY.
For
b
argains
in
Fine
Goods
come
to
the
Palace
of
Music,
SIS
Main
Street,
Catskill,
N.
Y.
JAMBS
K
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THOMAS.
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do
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SECOND,—IMAOTFAOTUEE
MY
CLOTHING
and
save
at;
least
one
p
rofit.
THIRD.—I
BUY
FEOM
FIE8T
HANfis
.
n
d
cave
from
10
to
115
p
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r
c
ent,
by
so
doing.
FOUBTH.—1
DISCOUNT
MY
BZZXS,
which
is
a.
large
Item
saved.
FIFTH.—I
SELL
FOH
CASH
ONLY.
No
bad
aoeounta
t
o
be
added,
to
znyprleea.
6IXTH,—IHAVK
BUT
ONE
STORE,
therefore
bu
t
one
r
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n
t
a
n
d
ibai
very
low.
BSVHNTHi—IHATB
THS'XEAST
EXPENSES
nndei
which
my
boilnMC
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cropuly
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dncteA
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BELL
STBOHO
GOODS,
wUeh
give
satisfaction
a
n
d
a
re
never
returned.
N
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T
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UNDaBSTAND
THK
BUBINaBS,
having
had
Twenty-Fire
Years*
Experience
lu
th
e
Clothing
Trade.
TENTH.—I
ASK
ONLY
A
SMALL
P
E
OFITand
m
ark
all
goods
a
t
tb«
lowest
p
rice
f
o
r
which
they
can
be
sold.
GETQiva
me
a
call
a
n
d
yon
will
b
e
satisfied
with
Prices
and
Quality
o
f
Goods.
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m
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b
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,
Wholesale
and
Zteiail
Dealer
in
heady-Msde
Clothing,
Gents*
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Hat8,.CapB,
Umbrellas,
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FURNISHING
GOODS,
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Coats,
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Circulars,
Umbrellas,
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tbe
lowest
cash
pricM.
PIECE
GOODS
for
the
season,
by
the
yard
o
r
MADE
TO
ORDER
in
Latest
Styles
and
warranted.
Please
call
and
examine
stock
and
prices
before
{lurehtting
«Ii«wh«fe.
Commission
Hercliants.
CHARLES
THORNTON,
H
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298
WASHINGTON
ST.,
Cor.
Seade
St.,
N
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YORK
CITY.
COMSIGNMENTS
SOLICITED.
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PROMPTLY
MADE.
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BROTHERS,
f;iUI(T
Commission
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RETURNS,
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City.
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1888.
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Refer
to-leading
frnlt-growerslnGreene,*Dlster
tn
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Colnmbfa
c
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Stencils,
shipping
cards
and
m
arket
reports
Sent
on
applicaUoo.
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E.
EDWARDS.
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H.
ERASEE.
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S
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No
B
u
s
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PRICES
Bear
of
Facing
Mill,
WATER
ST.,
FOOT
THOMSON\
ST.
liCHINERT!
Those
having
E
nbike
W
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and
M
achinery
R
epairind
OF
ANY
RIND
Will
find
U
to
(heir
nav^iitege
to
qsll
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tho
Mezo
Machine
Sfiop,
on
Water
st.,
Caiskitt,
irtr
rear
of
IHiBois'$
drug
stDre*
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furaish
all
kinds
of
NEW
MAOHINEBY
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300
BUSHELS
SEED
POTATOES
At
3Gc,
perbn.beK
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few
bushels
of
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Feed
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potatoee
are
grown
on
dry,
aandy
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and
are
o
f
Aneqaality.
We
have
.lao
.
lot
of
Oherrv
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n
rr.nt
Kooti.
We
offer
one-year
old
Boots
at
AUSTIN
ft
AUSTIN,
_
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Havana
and
Domestic
Cigars.
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a
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looks
nbobt:;
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greet
her;
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in
the
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sw^fc
depths
T
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n
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trees
a
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swimming.
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f
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sits
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down
to
work
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a
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shades,
a
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tin
g
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s
;
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shakes
tbe
maple
tassels
ont,
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pussy-wiUoWa
fringes^
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little
bare,
brown
shrubs
All
in
a
etir
and
flurry
Stretch
ont
their
Mger
arms,
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whisper,
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hurry
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sodden,
wweet
delight
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is
i
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above
h
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?
lover.
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knows
her
breath
upon
The
Spring's
own
bonny
lot
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glimpse
of
black
B«d
Ted,
fro
m
bough
to
bough
h
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glanoeS,
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tries
to
pour
in
three
short
note^
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thoflo&nd
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a
p
p
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fancies.
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“
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b
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calls,
And-*‘<3o-cuI-oeei**^peating;
A
ripple
as
of
water
flows
And
gurgles
through
his
greeting.
And
lo
1
tbe
sweet
Spring
beara
!
She.
hoede
h
ie
lovers
-confeaaion.;
4^4
SRm
tw'ir
jfftr
tij9
w
g
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p
lete
expceeaion.
A.
a
w:
srmon,
in
MBofim
ffm
.
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g
h
L
The
snnset
fades
into
a
oommon
glow
t
A
deeper
shadow
all
the
valley
fllls;
T
h
e
trees
a
te
ghostlier
bu
t
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fields
below
{
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run
more
darkly
through
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the
thrills,
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^tirrinj
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very
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into
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witching
stiilness
holds
the
breath.
Di
-
things,
—
-
—
Sarlh
hath
put
on
her
garb
of
reverenoe.
To
mpum
a
passing
soul
before-it
wings.
*
Silent
as
dew
now
faVa
the
atralght.'Winged
Night.
[
Clear
overhead
(Ood*s
still
imaginingaX
i
Shining
like
Hope,
through
very
darkneBS
bright,
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Koa-Eijlasm
Astral.
All
of
the
Above
Artlolee
will
be
Sold
at
New
Voi*k
Prices.
Personal
Attention
Given
to
the
Compounding
of
Prescriptions.
P
l
e
a
s
e
T
a
k
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N
o
t
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I
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AM
PRBPARED
XO
MAKR
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TO
A
f
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inlib
X
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5
for
the
leuon
of
18Sf,inItige0rioiaUananti.
ties,
ss
the
public
msy
desire,
upon
short
uolloe,
la
any
pait
of
the
Yllage.
Itmiliet
will
nuive
close
.ttentlon
.u
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polite
lervlos
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they
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their
p
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t&e
Piper.
One
of
bawBOl
LoTcr’i
Ntories
of
\The
Rac-
tto
n
.”
I
’ll
tell
youj
sir,
a
mighty-qnare
story,
and
it’s
as
thrae
as
I’m
standin’
herb,
and
that’s
no
lie.
It
was
in
the
time
of
the
ruction,*
-whin
the
long
Summer
days,
like
many
a
fine
fellow’s
precious
life,
was
cut
sliorfi
by
raiBon
of
the
mar-
t
i
a
l
l
a
w
—
^that
w
o
u
l
d
n
't
l
e
t
a
d
a
^
n
t
T^oy'
be
out
in
the
evenin’,
good
or
bad;
for
w
h
i
n
t
h
e
d
a
y
’a
w
o
r
k
w
a
s
o
v
e
r
,
d
i
v
i
l
a
one
of
us
dare
go
to
meet
a
frind
over
a
glass,
or
a
girl
at
a
dance,
but
must
go
borne
and
shut
ourselves
up,
and
sever
budge,
nor
rise
latch,
nor
dhraw
boult
until
the
morning
kem
agin.
-Well,
one
night,
’twas
after
night-fali,
and
we
ifror
sittin’
round
the
fire,
and
the
praties
■were
boilin’,
and
the
noggins
of
bntter-
lailk
WAS
fltfludin'ready
for
otir
flUppeT,
wbin
a
knock
kem
to
the
door.
“
Whist,”
says
Hay
father,
“
heTe’S
thesojers,”
says
he,
\bad
luck
to
thim,
the
villains.
I
’m
afeard
they
seen
a
glim­
mer
of
fire
through
the
craok
in
the
d
o
o
r
,
\
s
a
y
s
h
e
.
“
No,”
says
my
mother,
“.for
I
’m
afther
hanging
an
ould
sack
and
me
sew
petticoat
sgis
it
awhile
ago.”
‘•\Well
whist,
anyhow,”
says
my
father,“
for
there’s
a
^
o
c
k
agin.”
And
we
all
held
our
tongues
till
another
thump
kem
to
the
door.
—
treok
it
in,”
Bays
he,
“exceptin'to
the
Bojere,
a
n
d
s
p
a
k
e
t
b
i
m
fa
i
r
,
i
f
i
t
'
s
thim
.**
'
So,
with
that
I
went
to
the
^
r
,
aBd'
riie
r
e
w
a
a
a
n
o
t
h
e
r
k
n
o
c
k
.
“
Who’s
there
?
”
says
I.
**Tt’s
me,**
eays
he.
“
\Who
are
you
?
”
says
[.
“
A
friud,”
says
he.
“
Boitherashln,”
says
I
,
“
who
are
yon
at
all
?
”
“
Arrahl
don’t
you
know
m
e?”
nays
he.
“
Divil
a
taste,”
says
L
_
“
Sure.X’m
Paddy
the
piper,”
says
he.
“
Oh,
thunder
and
turf,”
says
I,
“
is
it
yon,
Paddy,
that’s
in
it?
”
Sorra
one
else,**'
says
he.
4nd
what
brought
yon
at^
this
hour
?
”
says
I.
,
By
gar,”
says
he,
“
I
didn’t
like
gpin’
the
roun*
by
the
road,”
says
he,
“
and
so
I
kem
the
short
out,
and
that’s
what
delayed
me,”
says
he.
“
Oh,
bloodyirars
3
”
eays
I
—“Paddy,
I
wouldn’t
be
in
your
shoes
for
the
k
i
n
g
’s
ra
n
s
o
m
,
”
soys^X,
“
f
o
r
yoxt
k
n
o
w
yourself,
it’s
a
iiangia’
matther
to
he
ootched
out.
these
times,**
sa^s
I.
Sure
I
know
that/’
aays
he,
“
Gtod
help
me
;
and
that’s
what
I
kem
to
you
1
for,\
says
h
e
;
“
and
let
me
in
for
old
acquaintance
sake,\
says
poor
Faddy,
.
*'
Oh,
by
this
and
b
y
tbat,**
says
I,
“Idarn’topen
the
door
for
the
wide
w
o
r
ld
,
a
u
d
s
u
r
e
yon.
k
n
o
w
i
t
;
a
n
d
t
r
o
t
h
,
if
the
HOBBliianS'Or
tboeeyeo’st
ketches
you,”
says
3J,
they’ll
mnrther
you
as
sure
as
your
name's
Paddy.”
“
Many
thanks
to
fo
v
f
’
says
he,
“for
your
good
intentions
;
haL
place
good­
ness,
I
hope
iPs
not
the
I
t
^
o’
that
is
in
»i»re
for
me
anyhow.”
“
Eaw
then,”
says
I,
“
you
^lad
bet-
ther
lose
xm
>
iame
£rx
himn*
;jrouwfself,**
gays
f,
“for
throth
I
tell
you
tKa
a
S
h
o
r
t
t
^
a
l
and.
a
lo
n
g
r
o
p
e
t
h
e
shiaos
would
he
afther
givin’
yon—for
j
they’ve
no
juBfiee,
and
less
maroy,
the
'
villains.”
“
Faith,
thin,
more’s
the
raison
yon
should
let
me
in,
Shamns,”
says
poor
Paddy.
“
I
t’s
a
folly
to
talk,’’.says
I
,
“
Idarn’t
open
the
door.”
“
0.oh,
thin,
millia
.mmrther,”
says
Paddy,'‘•‘what’ll
become
of
m
eat
ail,
;
at
all?“eays
he.
“
Go
a£E
into
the
shed,”
says
I,
“
be­
hind
the
house,
where
the
cow
is,
and
there’s
an
illigant
lock-
of
straw,
that
yon
may
go
to
sleep
in,”■ays
s
I,
“
and
a
fine
bed.it
id
be
for
a
lord,
lee
alone
a
piper,”
So
off
Paddy
went
to
hide
in
the
shed,
and
throth
it
wint
to
our
hearts
to
r
e
­
fuse
him,
and
turn
him
away
from
the
door,
more
by
token,
when
the
praiies
were
ready—^for
sure
the
bit
and
the
BUP
is
always
welkim
to
the
poor
throveler.
Well,
we
all
wint
to
bed,
and
Paddy
himself
in
the
cow-house,
and
now
I
must
tell
you
how
it
was
with
Padd;^
You
see,
after
sleeping
for
some
time,
Paddy
wakened
up,
thinkin’
it
was
mornin'',
but
it
wasn’t
mornin’
at
all,
hat
only
the
light
o’
the
moon
that
de-
saved
himj
but
at
all
events,
he
wanted
td
he
atirridg
airly,
bekase
he
was
goin’
off
to
the
town
hard
by,
it
bein’
fate-
day,,
to
picknp
a
few
ha’pence
with
his
p
ip^—for
the
divil
a
faetther
pipm
waa
in
ail
the
country
round
than
Paddy;
and
evm^one
gave
it
up
to
him
that
he
was
illigant
on
the
pipes,
and
played
“
Jinny
Bang’d
the
Weaver”
beyan
telhn’,
and
the
“
Hare
in
the
Corn,”
that
you’d
think
the
yeiy
dogp-was
in
ttf
a
n
d
t
h
e
horrom
a
x
L
x
idrn*
l
i
k
e
m
a
d
.
'
Well,
as
I
was
sayin’,
he
set
off
to
go
to
the
fair,
and
he
wint
meandherin'
alobg
through
the
fields,
but
he
didn’t
go'
uDtil
cHmbiu*
np
through
a
hedge,
when
he
Was
cornin’
out
at
t’other
Bide,
his
head
kem
plump
again
something
that
made
the
fire
Bash
ont
iv
his
eyes.
So
with
that
ho
looks
np—and
what
do
yon
think
it
was.
Lord
be
meroifnl
unto
nz,
but
a
corpse
*
3tianging
out
of
a
braHoh
of
a
Qiree.
t
h
e
t
o
p
o
f
t
h
e
m
o
r
n
m
*
t
o
you^
sir,'\
nays
Paddy,
“
and
is
that
the
-way
Tvit&h,
yon
nnnath’ral
baste,”
says
I,
y«a’ve
ate
poor
Faddy,
yon
thavin*
cannfll)Ie;
you're
worse
than
a
nayger,”
sajr®
X
had
Inch
to
yon,
how
dainty
jm
are,
that
nothin’
id
serve
yon
for
yoaz
snpper
bnt
tbe
best
piper
in
Ireland.
Weiiastbral
weirastbrnl
what’ll
the
wb<^
counthry
say
to
such
an
unnatb’fal
marther?
and
you
lookin’
a
s
i
n
n
o
c
e
n
t
th
e
r
e
a
s
a
l
a
m
b
,
a
n
d
eatin*
your
hay,
as
quiet
gg
a
nothin’
hap­
pened.”
With
that,
I
ran
ont,
for
throth
I
didn’t
like
to
be
near
her,
and
^oin'into
the
house,
I
told
them
all
about
if.
•“
Arrah,
be
aisy,”
says
my
father,
“
Fad
luck
to
the
lie
I
tell
you,”
aay
I.
“
Is
it
ate
Paddy
?
”
says
they.
“
Divil
a
doubt
of
it,”
Bays
I.
“
Are
you
sure,
Shamus?”
says
my
mother.^
“
i
w
isb
X
■was
a
s
stir©
o
f
b
e
a
v
e
n
?
’*
Sayeli
“
Bad
luok
to
the
bit
Bhe
has
left
av
bita
but
bis
two
legs.
”
And
do
yon
.tell
me
she
ate
the
pipes,
toof-^Baysimy
father.
“
Begor,
I
believeAQ,”
says
I.
“
Oh,
the
disll
.fly.'away
wid
herl”
says
he.
“
Whftt,a
er.uel
.tote
she
has
for
musici!
”
“
A
r
r
a
h
l
”
sa
y
a
m
y
m
o
t
h
e
r
,
“
d
o
n
’t
be
cursia’
that
cow,
ffiat
gives
the
milk
to
t
h
e
c
h
i
l
d
h
e
r
.
”
yis,
I
wm,”
B^ys
my-father;
“
why
shouldn’t
-I
curse
such
an
unnath’ral
baste?”
■you
oughtn’t
to
curse
any
livin’
c
r
a
t
h
e
r
t
h
a
t
’s
u
n
d
e
r
y
o
u
r
roof,**
s
a
y
s
m
y
mother.
“
By
my
sowl,
thin,”
says
my
father,
she
Bha’n’t
be
under
my
roof
any
more,
for
I
’ll
Bind
her
to
the
fate
thia
mlnlte,”
says
he,
“
and
sell
her
for
whatever
she’ll
bring.
Go
aff
directly,”
says
he,
“
Shamns,
the
minite
you’ve
ate
your
breakfast,
and
dhrive
her
to
the
fate.”
“
Troth,
I
don’t
like
to
dhrive
her,”
^^^Arrah,
don’t
be
makin’
such
a
gum-
m
a
g
h
a
v
y
o
n
r
e
e
l
f
,
\
s
a
y
s
m
y
fa
t
h
e
r
.
“
Faith,
I
don’t,”
says
I.
'
‘Well,
like
or
no
like,”
says
he,
pou
must
dhrive
her.”
*‘^hare,
father,”
says
I,
“
you
could
take
.more
care
of
her
yourself.”
“■Thf^’s
mighty
good,”
says
he—“
to
keep
a,
4og
and
bark
yourself!
”
and,
faith,
I
reo^eot
the
sayin’
from
that
hour—“
let
me
have
no
more
words
about
it,”
jMiys
he,
“
but
be
aff
wid
you.”
So
aff
I
wint,
ami
it’s
no
lie
I’m
tellin’
whin
I
say
it
waa
.sore
agin
my
will
I
had
anythin’
whatever
to
do
with
such
a
-yillian
of
a
baste.
But,
howsomever,
I
ont
a
brave
long
wattle,
that
I
might
dhrive
the
manather
Iv
^
thief,
as
she
was,
without
bein’
near
her
at
all,
at
all.
■Well,*away
we
wint
along
the
road,
and
A
mighty
throng
it
was
wid
the
boys
and
the
gals,
and,
in
short,
all
sorts,
rich
and
poor,
high
and
low,
crowdin’
to
the
fair.
“

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