other man, commenced the working of a claim.--Hardwick prospered, and began to think that, at the en.
Human calculations are sometimes wrong.
Mr. Hardwick's calculations were wrong — for he was takently he never received any letters, from her. Hardwick went to work again, but the times grew hard a a handsome fortune.
In the meantime, Mrs. Hardwick, thinking her husband was dead, after threbecame Mathews.
Her two children, of whom John Hardwick was father, died, and all traces of John w she thought, but with a snug income.
John Hardwick, tired of California life, and tired of buing, while walking through Broadway market, Mr. Hardwick saw a familiar face.
It was the first famiady raised her head, and their eyes met.--"John Hardwick, as sure as I am living!" exclaimed she. "oth of them, and after mutual explanations, Mr. Hardwick accompanied the lady home, carrying her mar his word.
He helped Mrs. Mathews"formerly Mrs Hardwick, and destined to be again --to dispose of h[3 more...]