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1 ' VOL. I. CEDAR CIT'f, UTAH, JANUARY 10, 1891. NO. 7
-.The Mystery of Tnrley's Point
Betotr a row Romontlo Ohaptoro
K From .tho Llfo of a Country
. Jon x. xusiox.
Author o " Walter IlRownriiLD," "tlaui
,. laxiMAit." "Dijtm or UiDrona,"
ad Oral Stories.
( Cnri Uil,M,tr M A JV. JTWfcjf Km.
"Uvl Em-run: Notnavln'secn any thine 'mm
, Billy's Crick lately I thot that I would rlto n fu
line fur ye Tlmoi aro good hero. Crops Is
splondld, an' farmers amoszdan rlowln' corn.
. . Tom torlggs fell and brolio his arm last sunda.
Jim Jones tali mat Sllrcn to mectla' last
ireolc We havo mectla' again at tho school
house. Bam hcxrln was hoerd cutsln tho other
day, bokaso somo feller had Ills ox yolto. Bam
bad better bring bock tho corn knlfo be bor-
Tered frum mo iait year, when I wuun't at
home. Mad a dance lait nock at Dart Davlsei
house. Sol Smith was there, ho was so tall ho
bumped his head agin the jlat. SI hod to much
corn Jules he made the floor crack, SI Is
whlsier. G. L ."
" Danger shall not uotcr mo lor a singlo
i momonf," said Allen, his bosom heaving
with uncontrollable emotions. "I am act
ing In a Just cau&? In serving you; I know
It is right or you would not havo Imposod
, tho task oa me."
Tho girl had risen to lior foot, and when
I sho heard hli nobb volco, so full of faith
F , nndtriwt, GhouxtcnJoJ hor hands toward
r? j him, while hor beautiful faco glowed with
V ' gratitude
' "Z . ' Tbanlc you! OU, may iloovon reward
If you for caylng th,it I had almost cbmo to
i- , ' tho conclusion tti.it I would nevor soo an
il ' other man wh jut I cojU trust. I am thank-
VL I ul that I was lu error, und It is with tho
i -.' greatest Joy tkatlhuyo put that fooling for-
Jgjs ' over out of tho way."
SK sho unconsciously solzcd bis band, send-
fa log such a thrill through Allen's frumo at
k " tho touch that ho seemed oloctridod.
. TO. . " Bertha -Borthat"' ho involuntarily and
' - oJmost'Uncanseloasly crlol. '-W.iat is it
Sr-- oil I What is ull this mystery surrounding
Jf. ,youl Forglvo my inquUitrvuuos. ,1 fool
Vt rjjffiylvfi. ' ' '" uil!ih hUl,hl" Uo cr'oJ. utarllnp back
""Yw " ' i ""aud gailnin toJ'u',tllTa6g'"7'ou'
. J' " know not wliaiyquiayyoucoa not J"'v-tt
irlf "You misunderstand,, laii Uortha," he
; 'J' f. Jjoursely whlsperod, whllo ucoMfcarsccmed
i' ' crecplrij ovor bis heart almost choking his
utterance. " You' know not tho motiru that
prompts tho question, it Is a orsoiial in
terest In yourself and not idlu curiosity.
This mystery is doubllosn a family uSalr
, which you would very properly l;ccp from
tho oyes of tho world. Aguiu 1 assure you
t 'tis not Idlo curiosity thai protnp's mo to lift
J ' tho mystic vuil; It is thai 1 I'l.tv help you in
-j It' your dlblrcjj, for oh, Ui-t'iuj, J.tvtit
1 C VauJ"
.1 ? ' tVhat a ohTiclt of horror Sho itttercd and
''"''tI 1 ow s''ran'x trcmhl.ng from hcud to
'J foot from hlin: Then, wrliifflug her hands
. 1 .in silent ogopy,)ho gazed so w.ldly nt hi:u
t q , that ho began to fear sho bud suddenly
tj m , been seized by n Ut of nudiiuss. BjmiII-
" 4 i bound and siwcchless for several minutes
j , , both stood glirins ul each other.
' , "Bertha MUs Collins!" ho nt last said, in
i. a vory penitent volco, "forgivomol For
. get ull that I huvo said I will servo you
' without making uuy furthor luq'tlrlcs, aud,
I bo tho errand to tUo grave, I urn ready to
M. Slowly sho opened tho door, and burning
B7 u - bcrwhlto sad fauo towui'd hlin, falully said:
Bjf " "FarowclU" Ills voico was as faint and
B sad as hors. Thoy wcro parting, perhaps
B forovor, yot sho was doubly dear to him
B now. That crushing weight upou bis heart
V teemed almost unbearable
m Iio wroto n fow lines to tho forcman.leav-
r- . tng somo Instructions In regard to tho busl-
By ncs, stating th t ho would roturn in tbrco
H . or four days, and thon prepared: for that
W, mysterious journoy,
It CHAPTER Xlt
W- A IX)NO DAtlKllIDE.
" All necessary arrangements having boon
F . completed, Allen Gray left his oftlcd, and
K passing through tho dark, silent village,
' entered tho old, long-deserted turnpike
' Fauslng on tho hill-top ho instinctively
gazed down onTurloy's I'olnt, uow buried In
slumber, llo almost wished that ho could
,' v run away from tho tolls and vexations that
, . bad harrasscd him ovor slnco that mordlng
i when tho steamer brought him to tbo land-
'A , lag. Oh, to bo frco from tho bitter envy and
if . jealousies which wero blighting tbo vlllago.
3 " Ho was tngagingln a mysterious under-
I ' i taking, and really know no c.iuso for tho
i Journoy. Ilaltlng a second tlmo on his way
v up tbo bill, bo said:
Iif " Why am I going I Her conduct has been
( jj - - very jinnatural from tho first, mid I may be
' 3 .following tho mad ravings of a lunatlo. But
ft j nothcra. Is somo powerful causo that in-
y ducod hor.to ask myasslslaneoin this. That
'O afflicted child is vory dear to her. I promised
, aid In taking him to a placo of safoty, and I
will keep, my promise even though tho
beavens fall I
v Wending his way along tho road, now al
i most overgrown with weeds and hushes, ho
r v lolt o recurrence of that suporstltlous dread
which hod almost ovcrcomohta on a former
occasion. He vainly fought against It, yot,
by moro than superhuman powor, ho man
aged to keep his feelings in subjection.
At but the spring was reached, and he
found the horse tied as had been rcp
' resented. Tho noblo animal, as if awaro of
tho Journev boforo him, stamped in his im
pationco to bo on tho road.
He unfastened tho horse, and, vaulting m
Uis saddle, tho sDlritod animal, as light and
Ireoas tho tvuu.u.u u , .iuicu uioni;
tho dark winding path to tho turnpike.
A dark figure, loading n child so complete
ly wrapped up that ho could not at llrst dis
tinguish its features, enma up to linn. Bend
ing low in his saddle, Allen lifted tho llttlo
boy to tho horse's bac and seated tho
child boforo him. Tho old negro woman,
thrusting into his baud n scaled note, mur
mured tho namo of Mml-mU-tlU UfimllU,
"Am 1 to give her this!" ho asked.
"Oul, monsieur!" she answered.
" Too bad, too bad!" said Allen, tnrustlng
tho noto Into his pockot, us his horso started
down tho road. " Every ono connected with
this confounded mystery is cither dumb or
speaks somo foreign langungo except
Bertha, who refuses torovcal any thing."
Tho child proved to bo a very patlont llttlo
fellow, and sat ntleuUy In front of Allen.
Fearing that somo of tho villagers might bo
awako and that they would sco him, Allen,
after enntcring gaily down tho old turn
plko to tho bottom of tho hill, turned asldo
and rodo around Turloy's Point, cntoWug
tho road two miles boyond It
Knowing his danger ho becamo quito
nervous. Every sound emitted from that
dark wood ho construed into a pursuor.
From thoso dark rccessos ho socmed to ever
sco tbo frightfully stern visago of tho lull,
dark man at tho chateau. Tbo demoniacal
smllo of triumph on his dark vlsngo bodo no
(rood to tho horseman and ills young charge
Tho faco followed him ovorywhero. It
peered nt htm from tho fence corners, or
hcdge-rows,or tho orchard beyond ; wherever
ho went, that rovengoful fuco followed him.
Down a long lnnc, through n forest, across
a bridgo nnd upa hill tho noblo stecd.bcarlng
his doublo burden, galloped. Tho child was
so still and quiet that Allen thought ho must
bo nslcop. It was not until ho attempted .to
chango his position that ho found him
"AM I TO GiVB llin THIS I" IIH ASKED.
awako. Ho turned his great bluo eyen In
I muto wondor und appeal to his gufda and
"Poor child," eald Allem. " I vor.dor If
ho knowo whero bo la going, or what is to
bohUfato when ho gels (hero I I wish his
upcahiiig und hearing focuitips w- us
clear as hU big bluo eyes, 1 would fa.uotn
thli mystery. Yd, I am mean enough to
pump - chlU to find this out''
Tho mystory of Turlcy's Tolnt had haulod
tho Bhi'ov.'di'st nnd most Inquisltlvo of tho
vlllago. Evou Allen s. daring waa dcllod
by It until ho had boeorao dosporato.
It was ono of thoo calm, quiet starlight
summer nights, nnd hud It not been for the
constant blruln upon his ncrvos, Allen
wou'.d havo iouud tho riding pleasant The
moon did not rlo until woil on towards
morning, and tho forn part of tho night was
quito dark, cspcciullywiiuii passing through
Whllo g.Ulnp'nj nbT n wooded ridge
Allen heard .io sounu of horses' hoofs in
" Aro wo pursued!" ho asTtod himself.
no soon bocuiuo oortaln that the horse
man, was gaining on them. Tho fierce ring
of hoofs becamo louder every moment.
" I might outrun him," said Allen, " but
with this child to look attcr it would bo
best to play a gamo of bido and seek,"
On his loft was a nvrow, dark path load
ing down into tho woods, and ho turned his
horso Into It Hero ho waited until his pur
suer had passed along tho road, Tbo ring
of iron hoofs upon tbo stony road could bo
' hoard long boforo tho horseman reached tho
point opposito whero Allen had reined in his
horse. When tho sound of hoofs had diod
away in tho dlstanco, tho editor again re
turned to tho road and continued his Jour
ney. The llttlo boy becamo sleepy, yawnod,
laid his tired head against Allen's shoulder
and was soon buried in slumber.
"J.oor llttlo fellow," said Allon, gazing
Into that young faco, disfigured with caro
and weariness. "His being n part of that
terrible mystery has had a fearful effect on
Tho child had wonderful rcsemblanco to
Bertha. Tho fair, boautiful faco nnd gold
en curly hair was similar to hers. Undis
turbed by tho easy motion of tho horso, his
slumbors woro not disturbed.
Allen w is kept nwako by tho responsibil
ity that was on him. Sometimes ho bUtmcd
himself for having undortakon this Journoy '
at tho request of one whom ho really did
not Vnow. Was ever man engaged In a
moro madcap enterprise! n might ho, aft
er ull, that It was only a shrewd scheme to
make him a tool in an abduction.
" Heaven knows It is no wrong on my
part," sighed Allen. "But I know that I
am committing no wrong. Sho who bade
mo do this errand is too good, too puro to
mcdltato a wrong. I will not for a moment
doubt hor motives. By whomsoever sho
may bo surrounded, by whatover mystery
sho may bo engulfed, her goodness and tho
purity of her motives can not bo ques
tioned." Ho reached a long bridgo which spanned
a small stream. Boforo ho reached tho ap
oroach ho discovered a horseman de3cond-
ing tho opposito hill, ana, loormg tnia u
was a returning pursuer, Allen rodo down
tho crook bank under tho approach to tho
-bridge, wlioro ho remained until tho horso
man hud como over nnd had gone nut of
hearing up tho vory road bo himself had
" if that was n pursuer, he is now on tho
back track," thought Allen.
Our hero was really In n poor condition
for cither Might or defense Tho sleeping
child lay heavily Ou him, and ho was totally
unarmed. Whon tho horseman was out of
car-shot Allen relumed to tho road,
crossed tho bridgo and galloped ovor tho
opposito bill and along tho bard-beaten
Night was well-nigh spent and lie was
Bevcral miles yet from his Journey's end.
"Tills Is cortulnly n remarkably patient
child," said tho horicman, gazing into tho
faco of tho Bleeping boy, as bis horso can
tered along tho road. "Ho has not, by a
gesturo or movement Indicated cither
wcurlnoss or impatience. Poor llttlo fel
low, this Journoy, I hope, will result In great
good to you."
Tbo moon, well on toward morning, came
struggling above tho eastern horizon, but In
Its old ngo Its light wai but llttlo. Tho
sliver ray thrown upon tho earth was vory
Darkness, slowly but suroly, began to
fade. Tbo child slept on. Tho eastern hor
izon grow to u bright vormlllion, and stars
In tho far cast began to slowly pilo and go
out boforo tho approach of n nwro powerful
light A new day was coming into exist
ence and tho Journoy lacked suvcral miles
Day dawned, tho sun roso above tho hills
and Holds and dried tho sparkling dow
drops from tho grass. What a glorious
sccno that sun revealed. As' far away as
eyes could see woro tho gently rolling hills
and green valleys with dark, solemn forests
massed In tho background. Farm cottages
and flolds wcro every whero In vlow. Smoko
could -bo soon Usiunt; frum the kitchens
whore tho good houaowivui woro prepar
ing breakfast for Iholr husband. Tula,
spiral clouds of palobluo ascended into mid
heaven to becomo a part of it.
A glorious day It promised to bo. Prairie
poppies und roses caue'dy nodded llic.r
heads lu tho gentles. u( warmiug breezes.
Tho daw drops nparklcd llko diamonds in
tho oarly morning sun, nnd tho air was
InJon with tho swootcst perfumo.
.fa'd, child awoko shortly nftor sunrl'Cy
.iifAj;turayilhl;afW Wu'o,eyoo Iiiquirin"fr
ftipon ulsTcoai panlpn 4-AlIon know ho wuu
cd i nsk somo question, but was Itnablo to
toil what tha question wus, or convey any
answer to tho boy. t
Tito light of tho morning sun revealed n
still nearer rescmbtuueo to Bertha, and ho
know that tho child inuat bo a vory near
rJlatlvo of hors. Sim had not aald how
ucaijy related tho child was to bcr. or that
no wad i.uy relation at all. Thcro was so
audi hidden in tho p.inucr of tho beautiful
sir! t'rat Allen vbi unabla to como to uny
iU Isf tulory conclusion
Atiiiit (ho llttlo follow began to show
algus of roatlcssnjss. Ho gavo uttcr.inca
to laur.iculuto bounds ami painlod down tho
I BiippoDO ho ii anxious to lrnow how near
wo u'.'i) to our jo arnoj 'a oudV'AHon thought
"It i tivcn Una'.'.', H wight bu iinpohs.o.,- to
gi't him la understand. It can nut hoover
ton in'i.tj, and 1 will try to toll una somo
TUo child's mind wai very bright, and ho
understood ly"tho nods und gestuics of his
companion that it was not far.
For several momenta tho Uitlo fellow was
;ul"t, and then ho begun to muko signs that
uu v:uii hungry.
"Poor llttlo fellow, no doubt you aro hun
gry," said Allen. "Tho llrst houso wo como
to, wo will try to get breakfast und havo
our horso fed."
Unaccustomed to tho saddle, Allen was
stiff, sore and weary in every Joint Tho
lo.ig rido, without a moment's olco;i or rest,
was tailing oven on hU Iron conititutiou. .
Ho drew rein lu front ol a country house,
and hulled it farmer who was Just harness
ing his liGn.es to go to his day's work.
"Can wo got breakfast und hoi so fed
hero?" ho uskod.
Tho farmer, with ono oyo closed nnd head
slightly to ono side, gazed ut him a inomont
" I rcckln so, stranger. Breakfast's 'bout
over, though I rcckln tho old oomau kin
sheer up u lectio fur yo. Whur'n tho worf
Tboflroof mi Inquisitive old farmer was
until this moment unlhoughl of, and for a
moment Allen was n llttlo disconcerted. Ho
know so llttlo about tha mission on which
ho was ongagcj that ho doubted if bo could
mnko tho explanation satisfactory to tho
countryman, uven if ho attetnptod It. Ho
evasively answered that thoy caino from up
tho country. t ,
"Umph, humph! that your boy!" asked
"Ho, sir,'I am taking him to somo of his
relatives who llvo further down tho coun- ,
try, und aro going away,"
"Looks llko yo rid 'most nil night," said
tbo farmor, examining tbo horso with ono i
"AVo havo trnvolod a good part of tho
night. Wo had to do so to roach tho child's
friends In tlmo." !
" Bright boy ar'yo hungry, youngster!''
"Unfortunately tho jioor child is both
deaf and dumb."
"Abl is that so! Well, it's too bad.
Mighty pretty leotlo follcr. Horo, Cliot,"
called tho farmer to a raggod, dirty urchin,
'who was running abjut in tho yard, "go in
tbo houso an' tell ycr maw that thar's a i
gent an' leotlo boy horo what want tholr
breakfast; an' thon you como back an' feed '
this hoss." J
"All right," answered tho boy, runjdngto
With a feeling of almost complcto ex
haustion, Allen dismounted. Whon tbo
farmer tooltiho poor u.i,.a noin mo nuuur
ho could scarcely stand. Our horo took tho
child's hand in his and lodhlm to tho houso,
whero both sank down in chairs.
Tho farmer rcmatnod behind to sea that
tho horso was properly fed aud curried by
"I tellvo that hoss hcz bin rid mighty'
hard," said tho farmor, shaking his head
knowingly. "That follor ain't pulled the
"CAN WB OK BUEASrASlt1'
wool over my eyes ns much ns ho thinks ho
hoz. I'm goln' to larn somothln about him,
causo there's a screw loose shore"
With this end in vlow ha went to tho
houso, and whllo coffco was grinding nnd
meat frying for break-fast, ho proceeded to
lntorrognto tho travc'.o: But ho was met
by wits much shrowJor than his own, his
ovory thrust was oucccssfully parried by a
satisfactory explanation, aud making no
headway ho was soon almost ready to glvo
"Hod a purty hard rido I" said tho fann
er, "Vory," tho traveler answorcd.
" Dark, too, warn't it I"
"Bather. Wo laid n moon lato In the
night, though it was u very fooblo moon und
soon followud by i.m sun,"
"Sartliny. ULu t travel much aforo the
" Oh no," was thocvaslvo answer.
" Good hos, v".io jgh I''
"An oxcallcnt traveler."
' How muc.i d yo g.v fur hlml"
"Ho la not mine Ho wus loaded mo to
make this Journey."
"Must a p'ty.p'jr'g.liard'i.-.'L.
Lvus thrustinto the np rtraent t anuounco
j. that breakfast wes ready.
"Walk In, stranger; I reckln ycr leotlo
boy is Uindor hungry."
"Ho must bo vory hungry, for I fool faint
and wenk myself."
Allen touched tho shouTdor of tho dumb
boy, who was sitting a uutionlcis as If ho
had boon curved f rum Btoue, and tho llttlo
follow turned hli wearloj eyes upon him.
Ho motioned to tho chi.d to como, and ho
roso and followed hi.n to tho dining-room,
whoro thoy ivlo tllo'.rbrcakfast.
Kovcr did a man .ooi lujs llko riding
across tho country, but delays woro dan
gerous, and If parties woro In pursuit thoy
might overtake him boforo they rcuchoU
Settling ids Dill ho ordered his horso, nnd
mounting with tho littlo boy boforo him,
tbey continued tho.r Journey. Tho child
gavo ovldencos of boi-oiicds from continued
travel, but Allen uudo hlin to understand
that their Journey would coon terminate,
and tbu llttlo follow becomo quiot
Galloping down n hihy road thoy turnod
into a long lauo On every sido could bo
heard tho morry whlavloof tho plow-boy,
mingled with tho song of tbo lark. Thoy
crossed a cunoidcrab'.o ntrlp of prairie, null
woro refreshed by tho gentlo bruczo sweep
ing over it
"Poor llttlo fellow," said Allen, when ho
dlscovored Uow haggard tho chnd was be
coming. "Oh, how i w.'.iyou woro nt tho
end of your Journey "
Tho pra!rlov.is nbout four miles 'wide
Tlieyli-d c.asjcd it r.aj wcro entering a
grovo pf trooj when, clunc.ii'r to loo!i bock,
ho sa',Y two lwraemca nboul thrco miles in
his rear coming at full cpood.
"Pursued!" cried Allen. Tho child dis
covering tho honomen, n look of terror
spread over lib infaml.o fi.ee, and, uttering
stranso cries, ho began kicking tho sides of
Allen increased tho speed nt which thoy
werognlnj, an much as ho dared, knowing
that n flvc-inllo Jaarnoy was boforo them.
They nafKod it loauutor. who turned his
oyes inquiring y upoj t'io fuj.tlvcs, but
asked co quciiont, u.id Allon kept ntcadlly
on, conn losing tho wagoner to view by a
bend In tho road.
About u mllo furthor on thoy overtook a
, boy, ot whom Alien inquired tho dlstanco
'"Bout thrco miles this wny; 'taln't
morc'n half as fur. though, ef yo tako tho
nigh wny ahead horo."
1 " How far aro wo from tho ' nigh way t
1 Allen ashed.
, " 'Bout a quarter."
" Tako ino to It, nnd put mo on tho right
road, and I will give you u dollar for your
Tho boy, highly plcasod to earn a dollar so
easily, whipped his thui sorrel to a gallop,
and booh hrodghv t!ii;,u;itivos to tho ncaror
routo, whero In recoivod his promised ro
ward. " Jlst go rlg'it ahead," Bald tho boy, " thar
hain't no othor routo to tako yo off,"
. " Whoro aro you going!" asked Allen.
: "Yes, zur."
" You aro In a hurry, aro you!"
"Yo bot yo I am, or I'd tako yo right
rlum to Frcnchtown myself,"
" If thero U no road to Jend us off wo can
maho it without uuy moro troublo now. Go
on, and good luck to you," said Allen,
watching llio uoy ui.,. uv tun. sorrel maro H
had galloped out of sight " I am glad ho is 'AtiH
not going back, for ho might .mootithosa iB
men and put thorn ou our trail."' t BJ
Tho fugitive liold tho child cfoso In his M
arms and pjt hli horsd Into n'run'. 'The BJ
gallant steed utmost flaw nlong tb6 wooded 'BJ
road. On, o.i ho spod llko tho wind. A jBJ
high bridgo wh'.ea spanned n narrow, deep B
stream hurst into vlow. Tho gallant steed BJ
thundered over tho bridgo and nscendod tho BJ
tall hill beyond, , JB
FnSichtown wns near; this Journev would JBJJ
soon bo endod, but vyhoro was ha to ,oQceal aH
himself from thoso wrathful pursuers When sBafl
it was ended! Ho hud a very coniplelp do- BJ
scrlptlon of Mllo. Cnmlllo's cottagn,' acjABBjBJ
thought ho could find ft without trotbV, NH
would it affprd oithcr himself or Uio 'WBBBBj
shelter from their pursuers whon fqu BjBJH
When tho top of tho great Wll had been tVJJ
reached tho vlllago nppourcd in night The (BJJ
boy rocotntelnciholanU-i.rCi i-pped hit tH
hand'jW u.c ight, t tho uu ,iiuichsplr fH
was seen nliov ' ho t irf.s, , l BJJ
Wlien thrv li-.nl rouvhcl Wx'c If.n of unsthet ' BJJ
Mil thov oaw tho hiugo lyiiif luiuw them, BJ
Not wishing to attract nny attention Allen Jll
reigned in their horso and rode quietly 41sVJJ
down Into tho town. 'll
Uttering guttorat cries ot delight;' tha '.BJJ
dumb boy pointed toward a vino-covered lH
cottage which Allen at once recognized by Bj
tho description to bo tho houso of Mils. 'BJ
Camilla, llo rodo quk-kly to -it A negro BJ
man opened tho gatu und motioned him to H
Entering tho gato ho found himself in ft BJ
tort of court surrounded by a Wall ten feot BJ
high. Tho placo looked not a llttlo like ft , J
fortification. A woman ubout forty years ot i
ago cano out from tho house, and taking H
tho llttlo dumb boy who had been lifted to BJ
tbo ground in her arms ulmost smothered H
I blm with hisses. M
Allen had hopo.l lliat Via would moot soma B
I ono nt this end t.t t'ao Joumoy who was able ' Wi
and willing to cnllghlon hlai on tho perplex- B
ing mystory; but lu wus s-.ioii doomed to ills- B
appointment, for tharo was uqt uuo of tha .-iB
bousohold ublo to epe.'k'EuglLh. ;B
Continurd nzf woek
A Monster not Dash. IH
Tho trunk of a roso bush which is now (jJJ
In full bloom In Ventura, Cal , Is S foot jkBl
In circumference at tho ground; the first BJ
branch, which it thrown out at a height . . BaJ
mst about four feot from ,tho ground. ttttjgjBj
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whon a liordo of uninvited guests pro- JjH
olpitnto. thomsolvos with coIosboI '$U LfBail
frontory upon a quiot, and perhaps bVbBJ
frugal family, It becomes a,raost oxasv 'jVaBtB
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howovor, was a woman of dignity nnd tH
dotorrainatlon, and tho Western travel- vffWJ
ors did not soo tho Inside- of tbatstatoly !' iCv3
mansion. Thoy dopartod with trunks ti)jyBl
unpackod, and also with a good doal of t-vuBafl
wondering astonishment. !lBxBxl
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bcautlfulhalo surrounding tho bosptta- BxH
bio homo with open d.odrs over toady rwBxl
for tbo ontranco of "angols unawares." v 'llH
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ly declares that ho does 'not "wish
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notico on his houso "No uninvited vis t HJI
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