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S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor.
orrice os merchant street,
Five Doors West ef PmMIc Sqiire.
. Terms of NHbscriptiea.
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juiiyCltib rates lo not apply to the city
of St. Seiiflvieve.
Twentyi'th Jmlial Circuit. !
Circuit Judgo Win. Carter. j
Circuit Attorney H. B. Calioon.
Counties couiprviug the Circuit, and .
tunes of h-ildinj; Court therein :
Bolliniji-r -J .Mondays in jiarcn anu
Politically Iadtdeadeat-Open to til Partles-t oatrollcd bjr Xone.
STE. GENEVIEVE, TflTOSDAY, AUGUST 1518727
Miulison ith Mondays in March and j
5 liteinber. j
J'erry d Mondays in April and Octo- J
Ste. Gcnevievo 1st Mondays in May and !
St. Francois 3d 3Iundays in -May and
Sle. Genevieve losstr Offlelals.
IJppreiwntntivo A. F. lleltranii.
Circuit Clerk .! Hauinan.
County " John I. Kugy.
Sheriir Kout. U. .niuiisim. i
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County Court justices a. r. .icn
nins Mil A. Gilbert, and Herman Lillio.
cT.iWty Attorney J. II. Bobbins.
Treasurer L. Kelt Valla.
A jpesaor Joseith VansioUlcs.
County Surveyor B C. Aniomiii. '
Public Administrator S. A. Guignon. j
HIm. (Scncvu-vo County Court meta on ,
Urn third Mondays in January. April and (
July, and liivt Monday in October.
- Justicu f the Pence Court, second Satur-
diiy in each month. '
Rome Wasn't Built in a Day.
BV ALICE CAItV.
The boy who d-s a stroke and stop?
Will ne'er a grout uihii 1U;
Tis the a'n-ate of single drips
That makes the s- the s(-.
The mountain, was not at its birth
A mountain, so to speak ;
The little atoms ot sand and earth
Ilave inaue its peake a peake,
Kot all at one the morning streams
The gold abo-?(; the gray ;
Tis a thousand little yellow gleams
That makes the day the day.
Not from the snow-drift Slay awakes.
In purples, reds and grcsns ;
Spring's whole bright retinue it tnkeJ
To make her queen of queers.
Upon the orchard rain must fall
And soak from branch to r-mt.
And blossoms bloom and fade v:tKl
Before the fruit is fruit.
The fanner needs must sow and till,
And unit ttie uheaten bread;
Th'-n cradle, thresh ami go to mill.
Before the bread is bread.
Swift heels may get tho early shout,
But spite of all Ihi-diu,
It is the patient holding out
That makes the it inner win.
character in itself, and deeply inter- in"; better wars than daubing things rious profusion on tho table
esteu ner. inict amon; these was to han
Zht Sit. Gmtvlm air glag.
t nat" of .tdtcrtioiitt;:
Ono i square. CO --oris, oa.i insertion.. JMY)
hack sulH-kUfnt insertion 50
Buines erd, 1 inch space. jr vear.SO. (X)
ne olumn. one year. 7- U.00
! One-half column, oiie year. jlVtm
) One-,urtor coluru, one year. .20.00
, Displayed adTertitecienU charged by
I the inch..
I Nl" All transient .Zvrtiiing must be
paid for iu advance.
HsB" Yearly advertisements payable quar-
. ter.'y iu aJvance.
and day. and that 1 might find her,
, NO. 11.
as to liamf titi on the wall : luif I inm't :it. .,..
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Harvey Bricc, tho eldest pupil under work on the farm." and the do.-i.o.,. ..,.,.1 nil ti... r . ,or lam ohl she is poor and unknown-
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dent tone grew hard and bitter.
ionable attire, ?eetnin like many
lovetl her with my whole soul,
Ilo was one ofthoes!.efimfnsof lm- "Still I H.mk- v...i ...i,, 1,. M; :...i . ,. ' .... "cc tlie iay when she told mo to p
' - . .... ...... .. 1. iui.ium.ijui ine iigiu, carriets i:io s
iiianni wo nisuncuveiy wonder at it you try. 1 here s nothing like try- far behind.
and pity. Wonder at, because of ing, you know." . lU! i,rlNho,I hrr
1 on ill iiiv clmn parfKr ain-. tnthr.
' man of f.rm will f.ll thlnsrs worn nos.
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Hid .-.ii-i-mll.- n,,n,.,tu ;.. f i.... ...... ...t.: i i.. ... ... Mlue.
i ' j '-!."u0 miuiuuiM null- d .- uiouiius nun- uvvpiy ex- eves, anil sewed vearilv
, me composition ; ami pity on account citei!. llw c-oulil she best cheer
Tho door oiii-iu'il Mii.l ln-r .itniil.il-.
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u.e.r ci ...c.a unaiiapuie 10 meir ami assiM mis poor, longing, craving cr entered, a supercilliotn Ia.lv, bril
station in life. Nll, striving for higher attainments ? H-intlv dres.-e.l. . ..vi.I..tU-'
' On her first taking the school her A sudden inspiration came to her. tomed to having her will un.iisfuted
attention iial hcon drawn to ln She seated herself at a iieighborin.
i neigliuoring i "How dc von iiro.-res. Mi I'-,-.
youth, and her pity and sympathy .ie.k, and told him of the hui-ible Itnl-! mond ?" she'coldly a-ked.
for his forlornnes.s had been excited i:, ,0y, who, on viewing tho shapes j Lnto in reply " briefly' stated the
by the harsh words of his father, at of beauty depicted on canvas by tho amount of work ne.-esarv for the
whoso houso she was spending her groat masters, felt his soul "thrill completion of the rich garment she
first week of boarding round. , within him. and exclaimed. "I. too.
"There's Luke and Asa," was his am a painter," and thenceforward "Thai is well," was the answer. "I
remark, "as smart as any fellers in toiled on through every dilliculty,! would like it to lie finished to morrow i
flm ilmf fift Imf lli.il Trovi. . : 1 I I I . I- I I - .. 1 I.. . . . I
" -"-" .'ii-.-i j I'liu uiauu ms iroun uuuiara- that l may wear it to the reception at
salt, ami haint any tion a reality, and all Italy bowed at i Mr. Hruce's studio : his lat i.i. turn'
... " . . . . '
miuo. At last my prayer is answered.
t and she is found. Miss Kaymoiul,
Harvey Uruco oilers you his lovo, his
wealth, and his n::r.:e. Will you ac
She had listened in bewildered
( atiiazr incut ; then, with the closing
words, tho reality of the whole camo
upon her, and with a searching look
, iu the face above her, she burst into
tears. J5ut she did not withdraw tho
hand ho bad taken, r.i.d hi felt him
self answered. So Lute ltaymond
received her recompense.
don't earn hi
more gumption than an old cow
I All lit; car for is books and larnin'.
KIKMIX A. KOZIKi:.
ATTORNEY AT LA,
Oki ii i; in Ka.mc lirii.m.Nc.
Bfc.- d'encvievr, Mo.
ci iaIs. cTkoziki:.
Make this your motto, then, at 3tart,
Tuill help to smiHith the way;
Anil steady up both hand ami heart,
Homo wasn't built in a day !"
The Green t'ortlr jmm.
the shrne of his li-liiti.m .! lu-i.n--;n ' Years airo. into a wholesale irro-
"Thank you. teacher .MNs l!av- be there. Can von I'nivh'it Le th-it eery .-tore in iloston walkeJ a tail.
Couliln't lay a swarth, or plow a fur- mond, 1 mean. I will try and bo a time?" mu-ci'lar-lookiut raw-boned man,
rur to avo himself ; but he can daub painter; but how sluill 1 1'egin ?" and "I will trv, Mrs. Fawectt-tho even- evidently a fresh comer from some
I over with charcoal, amr then tho obi shadow returned for a in-'s are Ion.'." bark town in Maino or Now llamp-
Lute Raymond's llecompcnsc.
11V E3IILY A. 1UC1IKI..
the hiiiirc rll
rags .lipped in ihs bUic-pot. Won- molnent. "Father won't consent;
dor what he thinks will earn his l,e'll never help me."
bread and but'er when he grows up ?" Goll hdps him wlio heirs him-elf,
During this tirade, Lute had Harvey. Kverything is possible to
watched tho droofing figure, meas- j,;,,, that Wills. I will help vou as
Cool western brcc.cs fluttered the "ro" wo ,0"' u:"W"K """S far as 1 can. I have some drawing
green loaves of the shadowy elm t,,e lc",,cr v-'ikc haiuls, and materials among my baggage, you
trees, and wafte.l through tho ' when, as the old fanner turned away, ar0 welcome to ; and I have an ar-
ino large, wisiiui eyes were mieu tist friend in tho city, I will speak to
sharply and quostioningly to her m your behalf. Sow it is time to
face, she met their mute appeal with go. sc0 ,10xv tlark u ;s growing. I small, ill-colore.l drawing, which she! "We!l ifI w:w to ,,iro
a bright smilo and encouraging nod, IWt tiy to thank mc," she contin- stndie.l attcntitely a few moments, would be one that Could" lift well a
A 1 1 o r n c y a t L a w,
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KKtl. ESTATE .HiKT urownveneu scuooiroom, iiko the
ii. yaii r.ll..l Xotary IMihlic, Pilsac of h,l.-c utteriiig loose
st ii .k.-kvii:vk. 3in. j leaves and papers, and sweeping them
i-?--..ii....i:. i.. .. I to the floori then bearinf onward in
" 'its progrcs through the world, the w,,lcI' ma,,. tho loor ,:,cu ned, observing tho youth was strug-
. j. niMJi At , lowhumund buz of the busy life ana Ins eyes uroop again, a-, it gitlg with his feelings, in order to
m.nv , T w 'within. flJ,c1r? 0l,inion had bcc" pcac." I am glad to do you so
11 C j tl I Li l A , T , Mindlos win- ' small r. Icindnc ; please sav no more
Mows, .-..named only by the elm- 1 um "lo" w V0'J' Jla'r3 about it. (.ood-night." And Ilar
- Shadows, in the ret.r of the breeze, was Lute's e.pial in age, and of mini's VCy llrucc was lell alone, wondering
.). II. IJOIJISIXS, camo the far-ofr, tinkling echo of the llun-, so t 1,0 literally looked if one of the rrngels he had readoT in
A1"PnPTJT?V A HI TAW nfle-sln-ke, and the shrill oils of down 0,1 li's young instructress; and bis UM0 hiul Il0t in ro.lIky Mjmo
nilUIllIill ill UAH,, chanlieleer to his neighbors, while a ""lo ,OOKUU 111 mm luls down from heaven, to brighten
"Veiy we". You shall be paid ae- sl,ire- iting the first persou he
cordingly." And tlto haughty wo- ",0, who Impend to be the merchant
man lelt the room. , '"elf ' he akcd :
Lule toiled on till the last glimmer I "Vou do,,,t waHl to hire a man '
of light had faded, and then Mie your store do you?"
sought ter hutnble lodging. "Well," said the merchant, "I don't
Her first care, e'ro'hhe resumed ' kn,nv what can you do?"
her needle, was to go to a small box, "Do!" snid tho ma,, 4,1 Xbcr
a casket of relics, and search among SWM 1 " turn my hand to almost
its contents nntil she tfrew forth a anything. What do you want done?"
HTK. ;kxkvikvk. MO.
t . 1 I. t
i dim dreamy haze brooded over the :mH rnysicai aim ( eheoricss life.
j horizon, and the fragrant incenfo of montal dHy, cr heart almost. Thfe ncxt mofnifog jMo w,w M
Ollico oppn-ite .lanis & Cox,
sti:. f;i:N'Kvn:r:.3io. new mown hay roe up from tho nl-: t,:.,,U at tho thought of the resiHiiisi- good as her word, and Harvey found
Jno. U. Koiiin-so.v, Maki. L. Cl.'.rut; ; t:lrs ot the noius, with the golilen sun , "" 1 nimseit in possession ot a package
A II fliA iAntnnnn c1a oi4
IVrryville, Mo. ranniiiton, .Mo.
SOBINSON & CLARDY,
In all tho Courts of tho 20lh Judic'ii
Circuit and in the Supremo Court. 8y
miling down on all. ' ' of pencils, a color-box, and some
Lute Kayuiond, presiding over her 11,0 acrnoon sno sat anu drawing paper, things of small mo-
small kingdom throned behind her watched him at his desk in a far-ofl mcnt tQ Lute in Lor allhlcnt ,;f0) blU
rough pine dosk, left the wierd, view- ."-'V his wholo attention devoted waich woro a inino of gold to its rc-lesinfliiciicesoftheoason.aiidlrea.M-.
lo tho ,'ook:, s,atc bclbrc hira- miniont.
11,lodoftliofame.IIandof thclolus-caters; Tho P,,I,ilf' evidently congratula- Xor did her good' oPfccs stop hero.
only thought, however, tho realities
ted themselves on tho
By dint of gentle coaxing, and deft
PAl-E I,. l.tfHPKE,
SUBVETER, CONVEYANCER, &
Ileal Estate Agent,
Sle. Ccin-vicve, .... Minili.
Hit. 1. S. 1IEKTIC1I,
Physician 1 Surgeon,;
about her, fully precluded anything which they acomplishedUieirrccita- feminine wiles, she pursuaded farmer
more serious, Fresh from a homo j tions' for thcir toac,,er was 100 milth . Bruce to give an ungracious consent
of afllucnco and plenty, she had wct- al,sor,,od l? hcod any Lut tho most 1 that Harvey should study to bo an
tied down as district school-ma'am, iu il:lora,lt delinquency. 'artist; and from that time forward,
the little town of Oxford. School was ovc- at last, and Lute , the grateful youth was her devoted
"Fin not i'oin- to Sarato"a or waicncu wun reuei mo exit oi mo slave and champion, considering him-
aiul then laid slowJy away, rejCctMig-etn,uL' w,r' wllow ouo, lor msUu
the thought a? untenable, that the ar- w tUslt cou,d L-ouldor a sack of cof
tist, whose name had been mentioned ,ik? that yonder, and cany it
by Mrs. Fawcett, and her old pnpil abr0!W th0 Etoro and nover ,ay il
were one and the same person. (uown.
Tho next dav, when from her win-f "There, now, captain," Paid our
.low she watched tho lady enter her j countryman, "that's just me. What
carriago, and drive away toward the' wiU ou Sivo man that can suit
"I tell you," said the merchant,'
"if you will shoulder that sack of
painter's rooms, a wild lonrin came i Jou !
over her, to see, for herself, tho ar
ti?t, whoso name was on cvory lip.
Tho desiro grew stronger as she
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wuiKuit uuiuu in ino eariy iwiugnt, j
and almost without knowing it, she
found herself entoring tho room, bril
liant with soft light, and lined with
pictures in rich fiiiir.es.
The apartment secraed to he va
cant, and she passed from one picture
to another, ignorant of tho fact that
tho ownor had entered, ami was in
tently regarding her from a distant
At length ho observed her pause
before two paintings which seemed to
enchain her attention irrisistably,
and which hung side by side, lie
softly drew near her, and looked over
I Long Branch this summer, papa," ' lrooi' hut'M 8,10 turned from the self well paid for all his oxertion, by
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had been hor reply to her indub'cnt maiainruy sun re- oven a wont or smile.
. parent when interrogated as to the ma,"cd ,,"J soat and w,th hw ,,cad i At tho close of her school, when i her shoulder.
.amount of funds needed tor her sum- '""'g 0,1 socmen conicm- i.ute was to go back to her city
mer outfit. "I'm goinsr into the ' 1 "a""B -"---""o i vkwiv ana narvcy to nissiuuio, the pui
. T."...:.::..: -r -V 'countrv to keep school. row brown. ' crowded round the teacher, who had and the teacher presidin
... , . . ., hnttorniilk. t.vir-l. ih vr...n.r' She passed quietly down the room, 1 so endeared herself to all, that thev !ht:tv. fVvi I...t trf.l. h rJ The clerks b
IMIYS1CIAN, SCIlfiKOX AXI) -,., ., 4 , ..m...0 i-.Z, and stepiiod behind hint to discover, miirht exchance ?ood-bves. .mil in.L u i:.i r ..v.-.i it wasosteff
T ' CJ O J 1 ...... I l.UM kill. 11 L 1.1 U DLUUU) Ul .V 1' 1. I
coffee, and carry it across the store
twice and rerer lay it down, I will
hiro yon for a year, at 8100 tier
"Done," said thfi' stranger; and by
this time every clerk in the store
had gathered around and were wait
ing to join in the laugh against the'
man, who, walking to the sack, threw
it across his shoulder with perfect
ease, as it was not extremly heavy,
and walking with it twice across the
storo, went quietly to a. large, hook
which was fastened to the wail, and
hanging tho sack upon it, turned to
the merchant and said :
"There, now ; it may bang there
till Doomsdaj; I shan't never lay it
y life, j Thotin,trerrc.cntedarudo,countiy-do,c- What shall 1 go about mis-
pupils , school room, the pupils at theirdesks, . ter ? 2t mo P,enty to do and'
with such a raonth, and it's all right."
broke into a laugh, bnt
lie other side of their
idea how to shoot, and perhaps brim;
ACCOICHEUt, (home a husband." This last, to her what it was. To her sm-priFo, she der their modest keep sakes. Lute, Whv wci! s-ch mictnre hum- hero? mouths; and tho merchant, discom-
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He Court Houe. stately mama, who stood amazed t ,uu,m ,l lu. uo a "TJ ' auer a Kina worn ana smilo lor each , The other was very different, Iming "ieo ei saiisneu, Kepi u uia agree-
orical in character. A moun- mu"', anu 10-uay mo grcon conniry-
tainous clevatior' formed its hack-1 man 13 11,0 scmor partner m the arm'
ground, on tho summit of which a I ana worm nail a muion Gallant.
lofty building rose, paftinlly obscured ,
STK. OEXKVIKVK, MO.
DR. J. W. BRAHA.ft
BTK. CIKXKVIKVK, MO.
at this new freak of her undignified f,om tho window by which he sat, and all, turned to Harvey, who stood al!eg
daughter. i rudo and "dfiahjhct!, it is true, but apart from tho rest. I taino
"I don't care what vou -av." she ,,canno "laras ot ueciuea talent. ilo camo timidly forward, and
Hcnt on, in answer lo tho storm of' l4Uto no lonSer wondered at the placed in hor hand a little sketch o'f
queries, expostulations and ridicule. . misu"dorstandin and depreciation ( tho school-room, with himself at his
"I'm tired of being dressed up, and'whicu tl' boy mot with on ovcr i des' flnd bis teacher near him, as in
ctnrOr n j. n i i I hand anion!! tho associates. i their unfori'Olten onnvprantlnn Kim
"f "r",,5 uon, aim i
Olfire and msidenceon Main Street. ! mcan to S 'rhcre I can wear mv old
opposite V. C. Kozior & Son's storo. , dresses, and descend from mv di.'ni-
lu'lers. hv permission, to I)r Ilor. .it. .
lid,. 1 ,.vr ,ty when I please perhaps do some
A. V. ItEI.TKA.-HI,
taaissioa & Fonar ffierciiaat,
Sle. flenevievc Lai:din-r. Mo..
II . K X I E R I E .M .
Staving ai Eair-Bressii Saloon,
Cupping. Bleeding and Leeching and
Magnetic Battery for the cure
Kine Cigars and Tobaeeo for sale. I
good anil improve my life a little.
There's need enough of the last two,
! every one knows."
So leaving fashionable friend
hand among tho associates. their unfof gotten conversation. She
' Those who aro ot the earth, earthy, ' smiled as she took it, and thanked the
like the man with the muck rake, ( donor with kindest words of corn
are totally blind to the intelligence J inendation.
that seeks to rise obove the mere "I don't doubt you will bo a pain
striving for the meat which perish- ter yet, llarvey," said she.
Lute stood behind him
New Meie of Qiefiteg a Bltt.
The efficacy ol reiigich as an ageuf
of police was admirably shown during
the recent riots in the town of Kbar-
ofT, in the Province of Ukraine,
T? ii li. Tlit. rhi.ftnTA warn li ti rw k
waited to lcal him up tho roclry . ... . . . ; A. -
finlnf.ir nratilrti ttont in Inn awa
of St. itichal, and making a greatf
by a golden haze. At the foot of the
steep ascent, stood a seeming pilgrim,
looking wistfully upward, wh;ile an
angel figure just above, witn out
stietcod band, and winning face,
Lute had become conscious while
The poor fellow attempted to re-; comtemplating the scene, of the prcs-; DC a
for a few ply, but the words died in whispers. 0I1C0 f another spectator, and rnJd' and deluged them
. u: ...:n ir u..ir i , i ?. 1 ' ter. but this onlv incenseJ
The police ordered them to
. ' lcuiuuiiuiv 1 1 Villi Ul llllUtllVl 'H.M11J1, .1II1A I'll 11" . . .... I - , 1
'fine dresses, and manners, all her i moments, aid then finding him still llccould only ejaculate c husky 'good- ;jng, met tho deep gaze of the painter "ru"1'1)9 only lncenB4i f, ?
I irksomo society fetters behind, she silcnt laid h?r ,iand3 m"3 shouI- by and rosh from the room. j fixcj upon her, and colored with em-;F ; mediate y procee e
'went out into the country to refresh dcr He started and looked up, when So teacher and pupil parted, and barrassment Sho opencil her lips i C. . C' 1S 7 .C
iher youth, and study nature, for 8,1,0 pecvcd there were tears in his tho years went by until ten were to sneak, but he understood tho re-! '. . , Jf-r!' r
i-ii i i - i . . tiii . - . . . - - . considerable loss of life, and for over
which she found a large field in her - to!J- , quest before she could frame it, and ., .v. i.-t,i :.,.r
schooL "Why, Harrey, " said she, with at Luto Kaymond, ten years older answered. . J . . ""7"
Ybatanoudstndvitwas: Every P,easant smile,' "did yon do that ? than when sho presided overthelit-j "Those pictures, madam," said he, t0Wn hreatenfI to do S4
f,,.. H:ff.t 'Who taught vou to draw?" ! tic school of Oxford, sat wearilv nlv. I u5 .. . t dam3 to Governraent property.
i.Ki. ..r "So one. ma'am" rfltdied tnc her need!.. 5n smnll u-in' .., . -...i The Governor finding himself power-
ai4 V Kr MUV 4lv.lUTLAyil3 1C niUUl I ' 7 1 , O 7 -
a poor,- country lad, awkward and Ahhisbof to .,
,7 P,.l1l,,,c"i;i,K,R,,,y.will bear in mind
1.a.t i,,,Cih 1II.I.S" aJwavs
HEAT and in fali n.i.
The 'Well-known, choice brand nf youth soon grew tores
....iiiii nour - cone ami Klov "
am loiher gni.les fc.j lliataIlth.-,;n
baud tor ale. and ai the lowest "p'-
f-ot of U ami upward deliv-
!t''1 VHF.l: OK UIAKIiF.
ic t.ciivvicve. Mo dime 7. l-
iiisuiiek 01 " onn.vi i iu amiiouuj. uic wia ui kiiaanuucs unuuercao- to me in tne lorn ot a woman rrr '
I'.l i;t-..t i... . . i i i : . service lor mw!M i
1 i ... . Llttl 1 1 1.1 MV fHHUVll A'V Ul. 1 HUIlbl IU
o.. .. . .t. . VOUth. Straii'htf nin Iu nronmnc rnnw. in thn WMmir li.rht nf n Hull i j ? i t
.tunc ..a mi.- anu naiL'i, iii:u - ci me - c o e "ti --fa"- - lonorn, uejpiseu uy niy asawiuies, . . . - . rt-'
Kn.tn...-o....r,. shoulders. "I've mado this a trood Vnremhcr da. ll.r fetnm. '..j , ' : ' ...... i. L 81rt him in restoring order. TB4
nuviv uau u uvn,Uilli;ivU;IUU, O J - ailU HIIUWllli; UIIK UIK UE-nr Ul I Im . AArtpA th jVjl Wj r
which strengthened and drew closer may times, but it never looks as it thinner and her face paler than in above my low estate, int'tf the higher . , " "' 7 crowo,
.u .--j u.r. ., does out dnnr i'v a Ur.n .ir w .-, . f r, . T . censured the poUce and tne troops,
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stractess, and all needs and disputes wishing."
were implicitly referred to "Teacher," "What is (o prevent your being a orphanage, and as a hired seamstress , was enable to take the first step in
the rioters who
UmA hsan ifT Tkta nniAfAd till
She had known both poverty and ,. words of cheer and helping hand, I ,e fora tie envied the
sure of a speedy and just arbitrament, painter, if you wish it so much?" from house to house, sho was thank- my upward way. Ail" that I have, and' .
authorities to put theniscif in condi-
So far Lnte's mission had succeeded, asked Lute,
Some individuals of her flock she "Taint no tiso,
made an especial ftudy
1 fnl, by unremitting toil, to earn the 'all that I am, I owe to her;" hero the
Father says it's pittance which kept body and soul artist's voice was hoarse with feeling.
each wa a all moonshine, and I can got my liv- together. Round her, piled in iuxu-j " I pray for blessings upon her night
, tion to enforce the preservatsm of the
Head on the other