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S. HENRY SMITH, Proprietor.
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Tiventjclli Jiiilial Circuit.
(,'jrei;it .IuJi;e "iVm. Carter.
Circuit Attorney B. B. Cahoon.
Counties comprising tlie Circuit, ami
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STE. GENEVIEVE. Til UHS DAY. SEPT. ;. 1872.
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HISSES S. GRANT.
Sic. (icncvletc County Officials.
't.-pres-entative A. K. Beltrami.
Circuit Clerk .!! Hauman.
County " John I.. Hoiry.
Sheriff Rout. :. Madison.
County Court Justices A. S. Jen
nings, Miles A (Jilbeit, and Herman Lillie.
County Attorney J IS Kubbii.s.
Trea-urer I.. Ilert Valle
Aser Jo-eph Vati-'ukles.
County Surveyor B C. Amorenu.
l'ublie Admini-trHtor S. A. (jiiignon.
Ste. Cenuvievtt County Court meets on
the third Mondays in January, April and
July, and lir.-t Monday in October.
Ju-tice of the l'eace Court, second Satur
day in each mouth.
II V A (.REKLtV Dr.Moeil.VT.
In politic I neer mix,
Coiirideriiig them a fetter,
IMt what I iv, I never may
Forswear of it a letter.
1'lisjes (tnmt is i n a slant.
His mi.-de.il stink to heaven:
The kindred b ind mi-rule thel"nd.
And couhii? Iiinety-seeli.
They jin k. I trow, the public cow
Till emptied i- her mid t.
While Uncle Sam pays lor the ham
And serves their bread and butter.
rant smokes the weed while old bos.-
Plays hookey with the treasure:
And side hy side .-talk Sin mid I'ride.
Corruption, Crime and Pleasure.
Ir V. S. Circuit be p'ickinj; sent
To Spain or St !)mio.
We would be glad to Y ep his dad
And relatives by Jingo !
heart; but how could she do thi-ex- "A friend she cerlainiy v.-:,s toy.ui. "What it -?.r.s do pori.-h I" niut
cept by her actions? And Henry my dear boy; but your ignorant of tered ti.i- railroad fiend, "so long a
was so blind so elf conceited, in woman wade you think more of it. them two are among tliem. The
fa'-t, that coldne-s, eon-trued by him (), Jlenry, my poor boy, had I fore- bridal tour? Ho! hof it will be a
into mere niiidenly reserve, only seen this I would have opened your short a:id a tierv one :"
urged him on the more ardently. eyes." TIlL. locomotive wh'i-tle sounded in
One day when he called to see "Curse him! curse htm? curse the di-tance. On came the train.
Annie, in the evening, he found a llim: eur-e or.' Curse them all"' It struck the loo-end rail ! There
handsome, noble young man seated screamed Henry. was a cra-h, a horrible -cream name
by her fide near the cottage window. "De caitn, my Poy, t'iy boy 1'" ami blinding .-moke, flying fragments
He w:n spjaking to her earnestly, "No, I will never be calm again, of wood grinding wheels, all blended
and Annie, with tier hands clasped This thing has ruined r.te. I would into one great ma- of ruin, in the
upon her lap, a pretty b!uh mantling likes to trample his brown head under mid-t of which were the torn and
over her lowly check", and her lout; tny feet. 1 would like to tie a tone mant;leil bodie- of the vietim-I
a-'u-s lowered, : sat Si-tcniiig to htm, to her neck a'l.il '.'irow her into the Some of the passengers, however,
evideuty with jileased interest. sea !" escaped.
A third person, how stupid soever 'Hush talk not -. I expect them , Henry uttered a smothered veil,
he mit;ht be, could have seen at once hete every moment to say t;ood-by be when ,e jrom J,!,, , Ver, the
that this -oiinj; man was the master tore .starting on their tour, and they ncwly-married cmtple, Mrs. and Mr.
of the little heart keepint; more than may overhear you. They wili take Marker, afe and sound, with the ex-
Tliv Kaiiroad Flcntl.
Heniy .lone.-, the son ofa poor pre-ed
widow, re-idinej at 1 , was what linaliy, peiciivint; that Jones was de
was usually tunned a bad Icjy. tcrmmed not to retire, ro.-eand intro
His mother had taken every pains disced the stranireras .Mr. IJarker.
irnmnU'WTJV AH TAW to ',r'"; "P '"the wa he should The latter partly extended his
AilUIlJNllI Al LAW, -o; but Henry hatin- school and hand.
books, would associate, with evil com- "Am lr! to know any friend of
ODDS AND KVDS.
A" new pair of kid- Tuins.
A mHiii.I jmle A niu-i. al ciiti.-.
ftinl of ill omen -The political
.Mount w-tiiu- i -aiil nI., a tierv
"JimiMk.ited" i- the liulepeiideiit's
word for -toleti.
Ici-il water -houlil In- drunk very
-p:iiinl unit tho ice i perfectly
When a woman liciii- to drink her
lea uithotit -itar- that's a iiii.o
lom. Camict- nr.. Hkr fowl neither
will rri full crop- iihout iu.lu-try.
A nicilical iioliv i.liml u rile-thai he
ha- -reti a ilelt! . liilil in . i lleil.
-pilils at the uiclieal oll. ;e.
Kurt line's hand" say- :i povertv--Iricken
writin-iiia-rer. i reiuark-aldi-
for it- lieav y .lou u -trokes.
A Sau l'r:iii-i-i'i man :ilwrti-c- to
time with every word he iitteiei1: but the eight o'clock train .to-morrow ecpti.m of a tew in-ignitieant bfttise- : aJ,: '," , th',. 'uii.'.iiiii'lit-vlv'iihV
.Henry, roiti;h animal that he wa-, night." And so he had sacrificed all the The cilitrc ..f a W. -tein imirii.il
could not or would not lie thu-im- Henry started. He walked to tlie others for nothiii: he ;na!.lieil hi- l'lsri tor the deiciuiou of her
i poor pres-ed. Annie, in much confusion, window and sat down, all at once , teeth and stam"Jtl upon his hat in his .y: V,:tii""M ',lr''''
growing strangly calm. rage. When a woman l.c-in- to tind fan"
i-iir.Mix a. i:o.ii:i:.
Drrici: in ISani; I'.i ii.hinc.
Stc. ('cncvicvc. .Mo.
Attorney iit Law,
itcti. KST.tTt: a;i:.t,
f 'oiiioyaiirerand .otaiy l'ublie,
stk. ;i:.vi:vii:vi:. mo.
"t'ollci tiou- iikkIo h speciality.
t. .i. .iotrr.ii;,
Attorney at Law,
stk. ;i:ni:vii:vi:, .mo.
.1. r.. KOI! p. INS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Otliei ojipii-iic .lani- .V Co,
sri:. ii:sr.vn:vi:. mo.
panious, who soon made him as bad Mi- 'anion." he said.
He sat there, looking out upon the lint who is that thev drew forth '"'r l"king-f:la . and -a
driving rain, the shaking trees, and from the ruins a d'!;ul, mangled bo- u',',, sVmpioni1 ' riht
the broad river, la-ncil oy the temp- oy, wiiii tue lace ami leatures still
est ; for it wa- a -torip- day. perfect ?
Would his mother believe her eyes? Surely Henry can recognize that
When he turned his face toward her black dress, with the ivorv cross
'Never saw you before," answered again there wa a smile upon it. dangling from the
Jn'''i Killing, -ays the opera lioi-o-doe-u't
haw an more ellert on liilil
than ea-tor oil uould ha a ra-
"Whom Hie "oil- would de-lrnv
Iaccratul lieek, they lir-l maile mad." Y-. unit
Nevertheless, 1,0 loved his mother Jones, rather gitlluy. Hiuess you're He rose, wa-hed hisface and hands and the basket the peculiarly sliap- nl;!1''i"(!',V""' "K" w"ul,, a
jarly ; and that b.ve might be termed a stranger up hereaway." and combed his hair. Then he got :i ed little workbasket which lie had A 'eor-'i i editor rel'ii-e-t
draw trom lnm a main here for sometiine. she saiM, stroking ms nair. " l on nae ne rustics to me spot.) siineuing out : to hi rwd maiden-. Ojher- like
ii, but, alas, his weak "Hone von will, as vou mi"ht find vour taM'er.-fortitude, vour father's " My imthr ! my own mother! 1 dark-cjiil la .-. But thenoii.xed
..... , 1 ' -i. i i '; .. ii i i i" ill-hac Ihe ino-t ailtuirer.-.
resst the tempter, something forme to do on one ot the will, my brave bin. ,,, Ul,;l h,r. Adam Muiil, deti I man :i- an ani-
agaiu came in his 0i;ine.s. 1 always took a notion to Again that smile upon his face. Now they knew that hi- was the ,:, h,;,, , ;,(,,. Iar"aiii-: tlier
..uuM,.....ai...ic,1slii.1uicimvu asuaiigcrupirrcaway. .001.00..... , .. v ....... ...... A li'eor'ia editor nTu-e- to support
the one green spot in his otherwise ' You are right, sir, I came up here, book and sat down by his mother's once bought as a present for the Cram or Crcclc) on the roiiuil thai
obdurato heart. Often her teats :l tew days ago, as Siiperintndeiit ol knee. owner. jj. jy "" :" '"' ,:m "PI'
and supru alions, her :'ent!e voice and railroad, and hope to re- "I knew you would get over it," lie loses all command of himself. Sonie jomc men are a little parli ii
manner, would draw Irom him a main here for sometiioe." she said, stroking his hair. "Yotihave He rushes to the spot,. shrieking out : to hltie-ee.f maiden-. Oilier- like
promise to reform, but, al
nature could not
when the lattei
that sort o' thing." It was like white lightning stream- cause of the frightful accident.
"I will be glad to do all I call lor ing over a black tree. So:'e!v-'y spoks it was Mr. li.ir-
you, sir," replied Mr. Darker, kindly. 'Hal ha! mother; how you talk!" ker.
'Will vou, houi;h? Well, now "There are other girls in our vil- ''Your mother got in the train to
that's Miuare anvhow." age who would be i;lad to have 3-011. " go to N , to look for you. Un-
........ ... " ..... ...... i.-ii. oeiwei'ii mi-
".Miss Canton was speaking to in- She put her liand upon his brow, lortunatc y.c'n man, what have you cirl ot the period's -eat on hor-eli.-n k
before v..u came in, on this very sub- It was clammy and as cold as ice. done .' and her "ait in walkni;r One is a
:,.ct.-. ! "We will speak of her no more. 1 H was hung lor his ( rime. -nle-ad and tl ther a sad sidle.
J , , 1 'I he iuu tieinl i- again 011 the w:,i -
arsiH'7 v en, fie Knows wnai "-- .-e. .... ... ..--.. ...v-j . . R ,.,v i-hi-latet etlort : ..Wliv
To steal apples from snme orchard,
to stone cats and dogs, to go oil" and
get drunk, even at the early age ol
thirteen, were the plca-ures of this
lad, who should, in-tead, have been
tilting himself for some ivspectabic
position in the world.
Thus be jriew ' nineteen a
animal does this no do"; e.el'anges
bones u iih another.
The Tj poi'iaphii-al I'nion of Dcs
Moin-, ha- otfered a -ilver coiiipo-iug
-tick, valued al s-IO, to the fa-tcsl
eolllpo.-itor ill the State.
H hat i- the difference between the
Jo It ItoUIN-ON,
- rough, cruel hearted fellow, over ;i;e well enouirh, bv this time : at
Firmii'toiVM VI : w,lo,n no --x-Tt tho Ie:it .,nv r:lteshe ought to, as I've told
ROBINSON & CLARDY,
intluence, except ins mother, am! she 10l. IlU,rc lnv prospects than
only while he was in hof presence. .,ny tilLll ,., being, except my
Meanwhile .Mis. Jones had made mother."
the acquaintance of a worthy widow ' t. :im (0 1C!U. ;j
lady named Mrs. Canton, who "ad a Annie "turned nale. for the .'lance
Thi- wa-jur't what Mrs. Jones de
'So I wiil go out for a walk," he
"What in this storm?"
"Yes, in this storm." .
He was gone in a moment.
The "Doston 7r,i-,or" thinks the. ' . ' ' " ' " i- M:ty.'K''
live ol .Malacca r ISeeaiise it is a Mai -following
story a good illustration of lay."
tho wav a good many striplings in Mama "Now take your mcdii-iiic
"iackct'and trousers' miW their ".kyIa,.l!.,,,",, "5r,-!""' "''' !' ."" r'l
Well I II lniv vol! a met; diillv. Sielf
"bearings" and their wits: ehild "Plea-V. 111:1. have it 11 llolH-
In all the Courts of the -JiUh Judicial , lovely daughter, Annie Canton, one Jne.s directed toward her was full of w him
Oireml and in the Supreme ( ourt. Hy , ,. ,. . , .
1 ol the sweetest other sex. ardent tire ; a look which in him she '"s great
'.til. 1.. i.i.iii-ii., 1 annie was jitsi sixteen years old, Kl(j lu.vor lik
OTTDlTPVt'D PnUVWAliTPlrD P. ",,a V'-" l,:lV0 l,l'c" ''' I'inallv Mr.
OUlHIllMl, UUlHliliiilUrjll, a b-Ile of the village
overcoat, toward the woods,
through which ran the railroad.
Barker bavin" htisi- She watched him until ho was out t
ne-s which reouire.l his presence at 'glit, then busied herself making
The pet of a family, residing not arden.
1 !'.. IV,.... I .t.....i.r.. .inuii Id O. Toiiiuiv.that Wu abominable ill
hurrving along, wrr.nned in I ' , , f,1 ft "'i to cat vour -i-ler'- share of the
.. .....s .s. ....... 1 v.....,.,.u.r.,, cake.' "Why, saul Toiuniv. ..did nt
.and having just donned his first jacket vou tell ilie, 111a, that I wa-aluai.- 10
ami trousers, is attending a primarv ,:,k,',"'r l':" 1
1 . . ,. 1 P .. "i It 1- -aid that train- 011 the South-
school. The other afternoon he failed ,.,.,. n,..(, k ,K , . ,, f
to come home at the usual hour, much June, between .Mii-eaiim-and iVnln-
1 to the alarm of the household, and V"i'- w- "' "t (-alilr, al.o.;
1 . . ' I.-Jn0 per Ijiv.
1 1. ...... ....t. 1... r..,....i '
than to trend on ihe.n ! 1.. I....... . ' . .1 l.l .1 L- Iv ,wmv An lllmoi-editor ha IicVom.; so liol-
!hcr ml ik w is to t o r el e- ' 1 !' ' ' 1 er I time after dark, at the Providence low iron. il. pendinK for -..l.-i-t:...r
tier .p ak was to Ik ii tho richest illtcni,.It I1)lt , frirot to s.lv.k ., Jle did not come. The newly-wed- , ,. his paper ihat he adverti.-es him.
Illllsic that over greeted mortal oar. , ,,. ,..'..,. , d..d te.ie vi-ited hce .anil went . aw.-iv . . self for sale lor stow-t.il.i- at ll.r.e
S"u" l"",u ''""" " ; - H0 was sent to bed without much ,ent-afoot
It cat IMatc Asciit. When she walked she seemed rather :l ivitain place he'oro nine o'clock, breparations for tea, that she might
to shim nvi.r tin. ..ul ll....'... t . . 1....... ....fv,l ... ...... r..li:.. ...I.... 1...
Ccnevieve. ... - Missouri. " ' ro-c anil departed. ......... B.... .......
.man to tread on tliem. ami to hear
in. . s. iii:kticii,
stk. iii:xi:vn:vt:. mo.
!ii:is. F. -'arssow. .11. II..
i'llYSICIAX. sriMJKOX ANli
-Market Street. Opposite Court House.
sti:. (si:i:vii:vi:. mo. l-v
uit. j. iv. nit.tii.iii.
About the midiiug size ol a woman,
her form, with its hollow back, 101111
l.y ded waist, sloping shoulders, and
ipieehly bearing, w:ls unrivaled in its
graceful projiortions. Jler eyes were
a dark brown, and full of ever-varying
expression, her hair, falling in rip
pling clusters, was black and shining,
her neck was round and swan like,
her feet and hands small and plump.
In cou roc of time llenrv Jones was
introduced to this bewitching crea
ture, and from the moment ho saw
her he knew no peace of mind.
? , Che exerted such an illucnce over
1 him that he became more gentle in
his manners, and was otherwise ini-
sti:. ;i:si:vn:vi:. mo..
Mlico and residenee-n Main Street
oppo-ite F. ('. lioVr & Son's Store.
I.elers. I iy pen ion, to Dr. Her- proved, as rough men alwavs aro bv
u "- l-v .;....! :.,. : . . -
1 1.1 tue pure ami virtuous
men, as lie had experience on steam wiling u.iu, uih u 1. no ,,..,,- .t,,.,,,,!. :, : ,:i,i.. ,: mi... , , ,
' 1 1 explanation, tiioiign 11 is poiiiie ins .M. It. ( 1nuv.1v explain- from I.on-
engines, having ofteii otliciated in Henry. treatment was what Solomon would ' !; '- f
that capacity, in place of a fried of Mrs .Jones paed aslecp.es, night remmcliui!l, ;R mdi ai, C!ncr. J," l" 'Su,
his who was sometimes ill. Next day she went to tho railroad ; . -pi, "d Mr-. S.!V..'.: vi-it Xr? '
.M r. Darker promise.l he would do "ice and made injuries, as it was mi)n)lw, ,( (li)Wn tu V,.rveou- old lady (t de. fc-haii.i
all in his power, and tho two scpa- "ow Henry's tun, to be at his po.-t. ' - IontI lTr
,5ut lh?nmS r" Uf ."0t ,Cn ' ll.o worse for tho lesson, and perhap's ..an',. SULfetV J f,k
The result of Mr. Barkers inter- seen, and his employers had engaged -vn.;n ..dv-.nt-i. r.f -i lull '"':''". but not a hit of danger."
est in Jones' favor was tho obtaining another Hand a poor, but worthy
of a good situation, on one of the Io- """ who had applied often, of late
comotives, for the youth. t'"" situation.
The latter did" m-t now fii d so "Alas:" thought .Mrs. .Tone-; "can
much time to call on Annie. Ho was it ha that my boy has destroyed him
thereforc much surprised when one olf?"
inornimr he heard from his mother 'Slie wr.ed the village through
in thccoiicr-.iiion cu-tomarv at the
A Xa-hvillc paper says there was
never betore -lleli It iflorioll- erol of
morning meal, he turned his grave pair- in that city a- there ha- l.ien
countenance toward theladv at the !-;-;;. NVaVlv every front oat.r
i- loaded down with them on plea-ant
head of the table, and giving vent to ..venini:-.
his overcharged mind, he exclaimed
. r. i:i.Tit.tii.
of the other sex.
rnfortiinately, howevct, Henrv
Tninniivvinu juTJnnrjarninirMDepli'l'lt mwtouk Annie's kind and friendlv
uuuiuiiouiuu i ui nutUlU", lllUIUUttUl, demea
Ste. Ccnevieve Landinir. !;:
K X I I) It I K n
Mm anfl Hair-Bressino; Saloon,
anor toward him for the mark
of a deeper sentiment. He magni
fied all her act by the mirror of his
own strong feelings, anil felt sure
she would consent to bo his wife,
when he toiId!ix upon some em
ployment wi'iich would bring him in
lipping, l.lecdingand Leeching, and a good salary.
-Magnetic Datterv for the etii-e '
of Uheumati-m. '. A wom:, ! to read snch
Fine Cigars and Tobairc for -ale. tl10".-1'1- in a ian. She can see
3-.VJ them at once, where one of his own
THK I'anuingmnTtTTnTtlu. WUld to rorceive slightest
mihlieir r-iiiv ..-;n i.;. : siirn m this restiee?.-
'" oi iiiuiii
.0.11 me "iuie JII1.I.S"
" What did you say, mother ? Mar
ried! ma-ricd !" exclaimed I lenf'y.
gnashing his teeth and speaking in a
voice as shrill as the whistle of his
own locomotive. "Do you mean
His eyes blazed like coals of fire,
and his sooty face, fresh from his
work, resembled that of a demon.
Mrs. Jones fairlv drew bacic, shud-
Wln-ti I'.rvaiit, the poet, wa.- in Mov-
"I'll tell you, mamma, how it hai- " o reeently. he.iiiet aii 1'ocjeaii lady,
. 7 ' ' !im .ll..r flo. .of r..il.i..t...i. f... M.jl ff..
After school I went part of ., n.;,.d. -Kveri hodv in Xew Vork
.nd knows Mr. Itrvant, and thev all ', to
1 1.1. :....
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,rtoX , a town at the other ir..cr o. .w. ,llrltn:lI1 ,,;., .,.:,, m.pr
e ... . 1.1... - and throiiL'h: without findinif him:
o, u.e young .aoy .s uiarnago wim ' ' ,U K,v linmo with Marv
men s ne coiiciudea mai ne nau irone -
terminus of the railroad, to which ho Ieft me I kissed her, and she kissed me, ., ..,., .,rsI,r,.p,7,1I,.II (,f:l Illar.
3 1 . ... 11 ... .. ........ 1.: . 1 .
and men 1 loutid 1 was lost. . m-.i . f;....- ..- ..mh in.i.
,, , - ... If uiv vife run-avav mit .'iiioder iii.-iu's
1 here was an cxplo-.on around the vift.-, A - (, JlimK
table just about that time. It is siis- r . . ,;,. i.idder. mint- Cu !'
had been in the habit of repairing
"to see the sights," as ho termed
Sho was. righf. Henrj- ha gone
to N .
He there remained until seven
pected this inot the tir-t young gen
tleman who ha- be
Then he walked about four miles
...ir. i-. ...1 . ..IniiLf the tract, and .!an -in. t rnuiwl had tltllslie.l (Ire llig. "r.legailt
iciiii" :il his ieariui asieci, aiwiougu n .- , . . . . . ,.
1 ' i.: ( m..i. ... .1,.., i, M:v-sa; you look bold as a lion.
hi. nil own son. f.llrJ.I n lion I'otnriev-' llr.ir -o !! hri"
served, he loosed one of the rails! ,. tmr' You never saw a lion." pem-i t.. -
But when she saws tears driving
down his begrimed cheeks, -he cla-p-
Teaeher to precocious pupil
tletnan who ha-been lost under situ- "You u ill ol-rve that Italy, which
j oil - traced on t::- map here, i nl-iuo-t
exactly the -haji.' of a boot."
I'l-ecoejou- pupil "Ye-. -r it i., ami
when I go to Kurope I'll p.it my font
Cct "'It of my way wiiat are yotl
good for r" -aid a en old man. to a.
ght-i:eil urchin, who h:i-
tiiini in the wav. Tin: I i I
"How do I look, I'ompey '!" said a
roung dandy to hi- servant, as he
eu nun in her arms.
"My son, my poor boy !"
"I don t want any ot your pity.
There was death in that loosened '..(j ves, Ma-sa ; I seed one down to ' fellow, as i. -tciped one -ide, rc-
..:..!.: i.t.. " ulliiirn linen wrvsreimv ; 1 jhm iiiaki: men
. sin .-.. ll. ........ - . -. , . - - ,
.1111 oi such 111111"-.1- ...rare.
always Annie read Henry at once as -he . m0tlicr- 1 don't want anybody's Jlenry's face showed no expres-ion '
11? fur t j . i . .... r t ! -
1 mil! .Ma-saJenk's in his stable." "Down V" "." ; "'
Heaven help the n-or wretches' to Jenk's, Pompey? Why, you great nnt of s"'1' :" ne"
whoshodd bemadeihe victims oft'ol! Jcnk's ha-.not got a lion i that's te''''; '; ' J
v . .. ,- . - , , , aiaokassr' "Can't help it,Sfasria; i ,,r" furmer i-a l.lank t
.' s,lch ,,0,llI,,h wickedness! ' .in look- nrccL-elv like k m. w?.."'? ""l ,",t h.'
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nr.. i :,mi i,i fash Onlv. -:' vi'KU M'e ieu i-v ' ot regret at what he had done, a' lie Jn ew lorKUity, a lew nays ago, ..i .. l.,., alihouh r.nr em.?
a error X
latter is a
(rilihlcd one from w hich we must
fir-t era-e. Ignnrance i- content ti
end - i:i;k or ciiakisk
M AKTfS MK-YKK.
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ilenry, U, Henry! W hy, I never ensconced him-elf in a thick raasJ of Margaret Elliot, being temporarily moves, it go.- in the wrong direction.
gave you shrubbery, fitty yanls from the spot, insane, seized hr daugther Jane by -, never go to church." raid an ir-
That same terrible smile his mother the throat and strangled her. Her ..undav it. ttiingZ
he didn't had seen was again upon his face. hn.-band had been on .a strike for count.." "There i another' day,"
smile on mo snil jlmn- .... ..i.j T7:;, .-- .u:i i:i... nn.l luWAn. .IIsiTiAted -aid the liidv. "that will be spent in.
She longed for an opportunity fo when I visited her, eh ? Why she it coals, hi"-lips were white with wrath, This is said to barffcffiven the mother Tlbei. ." "The 'd"v of jmV
: him know the true state of her wa- who got mo riv situation ? his face wa- almost b?:-Sc, crazr. m-nt." wa the -oltnti repiv.
.in 11 1 en-Known, choice brands of deeply grieved ; tor she was not one
'"d oth.Vgrades kern cotai t vn l CXllh in senti-, "reamed ot this: she never
nand tor sale, and at the lowet "pos- ments when she could give nothing encouragement, 1 am sure I
"tliXiw , but fndslir " Sod till hire" "Didn't she? O, no! S
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