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Ucux County Journal.
A TEEillLE CYCLONE.
YUaag Bradskaw LaJel
By th EleaaeatB.
Part train af lb Pa nwcUea awl I-
Tou, Ku, June 4 Time Special
A boat 10-30 1m evening courier ar
rrvodtrom BmUww who Mid that
teat two hours before a cyclone had
track hie town, killing several people,
iajnriaf many and tearing down every
roaoa is town, and ssking that very
available doctor be sent out at once.
A train left on the B. A M. at 119
and the physicians, Dailt Times re
porter and m many citizens aa could be
reached in the limited time, left on
board of it, and many other citizens fol
loved in carriages.
The train reached the ill-fated town
at 11:40 and the physician and their
numeaou helper separated at once
aad went to the various parte of town
to care for the wounded. Care had been
ken to take along plenty of bandages,
lint, brandy, etc., and everything was in
risdiasM for rapid and effective work.
When half a mile from the stricken
town the passengers on the train could
see evidences of tbt storm in dismantled
fences and broken telegraph poles, tele
graphic communication having been cut
off. The town itself probably presented
the saddest picture any of our people
had ever before looked on. The depot
to total wreck. A dozen cars that oc
cupied the side track are piled in every
conceivable position. The first sign of
death met wss the body of a horse lying
at the earner of the depot and almost
cross the path that must be traversed
ia going up into what was once a town,
The town was all on the north of the
depot, and onoe across the track and be
yond the tangle of box cars that ob
struct the view a desolate scene to pre
The whole town is literally in ruins.
The twenty-four business houses that
extended on either aide from north to
south up and down the principal busi
ess street are inextricably mingled one
with another. They are crushed down
as though a roller ef mighty weight had
id over them. They are split and
timed, aa though they ha
S f 1 Of etWBg
V ,.r-Z Bawd Btttatobet-
rWMludk After aaaarohyour
it round not one souna
in the town. Of some the roof is
side creased in, the windows
the oorners agape. Of sotnenoth-
iaw more than a few boards and sticks
re left to mark their former sites.
The casualties were exagerated in the
ftat report, as they oftoa are, but they
were osrtainly serious sooogh. Yet it
to miraculous that doaen or more were
not killed outright under the eircum-
One man's family huddled around a
big bee burner. It. saved their lives.
Many ran for their cares and were
saved. One little girl dang to a young
maple tree and it undoubtedly saved
her from serious injury at tout One
woman and her two children got out on
lowed ground, laid down flat and got
Floyd Bromeey aged 5.
Mrs. Isaac Fanner and seven year old
Two children of John Shaw.
Wife and daughter of Jacob Prenner.
Mr. Menke, wife, child and hired man.
Wife and child of Henry Mireeu.
" John BatorrVs two children.
Two children of Mrs. Oreen. '
Thomas Rosa, injured in tack, and
. J. B. Babeoek, shoulder injured and
Dr. Orvilto Moore, an
rotmi and leg eat, ostfioaa.
Child of station agent Chapin bed rat
dm Rf, silver m cheek, probably fatal.
Era, Ate. Miller, braised about the
Carry Miller, arm and leg broken and
' Lola Miliar, arm brokei and hood
V ' . tejKlMi, John Miller father and
Oar of AJssj MiDer both injured.
' Cat At Wnlrad, eat Bad bruised.
llasXWheatsr, arm hurt.
" EzGar. b and sboaklar bruised.
.i-f ' -,C;:a fcvitaJ Md bar daugb-
It ,v UJ
Wife of Station Agent Chapin, seri-
Frank Chapin, cut about the head.
1L B. McDermid, nose broken, face
Nellie Dotsey, sged 5, serious.
Two children of John Shaw, not ex
pected to live.
A. M. Clark, bruises, bad.
Mrs. John Miller.
Considerable difficulty was experi
enced on account of the lack of a build
ing suitable for hospital purposes, where
hot water acd warmth could be had
while the patients were being attended.
The doctors and their helpers worked
manfully until 4:30 a. m. when all had
been attended and made as comfortable
as possible. Besides the York phyi
sicians,Drs. Parley, Sedgwick, Shidler,
Forristal, Davis and Reynolds, there
were Dr. Allen of Brsdshsw, and three
Aurora physicians who arrived on a spe
cial about 2 p. m.
About 4 o'clock a. m. a number of cit
izens oongregsted in Burns' barbershop
and appointed a temporary relief com
mittee o'l nine as follows: R. C Burns,
Oscar Stubbs, F. C. Walrod, Henry
Koch, A.Z.T. Heath, Tom Sirrs, Joseph
Tiaha. Ed Felton. and J. H. Tilden.
The committee took charge of the cloth
ing sent out in drays from York and es
tablished headquarters at Burns' barber
The York neoDle came back on the
5:37 passenger to get breakfast and ar
range for more medicines, provisions
and clothing, for allot which articles the
Bradshaw people have a pressing need.
A little purse was made up on the train
ooming down by some kind hearted
young men and 95.50 was rained for the
The crowd that congregated was very
quiet and orderly. Ropes were stretched
around the business bouses and a patrol
estbulisbed, and Sheriff Si reck and
Marshal Afflerbach were on band, but no
act of vandalism was attempted.
Mayor Williams of York and many
other prominent Vork people came early
and stayed late helping to care for the
wounded and devising plans for shelter
ing the homeless. A number of ladies
drove out to lend their assistance and
others went out on a wrecking traij sent
out from Lincoln about 6 o'clock.
Company A-, N. N. G. under the com
mand of Captain Lundeen went out
this morning to assist in protecting
property. " .
In this awful emergency York and
her people have shown how they can
rise to surrounding circumstances, what
ever they may require.
tVOIDEim OF THE STORM.
When the storm set in W. W. Koch
wss driving 21 fat cattle into a car for
shipment Three head got away and.
the wind blew the oar containing
other 18 bead clear into York, a distance
Thirty-five persons were in the hotel
daring the blow. The roof was torn off,
the sides partly caved in and the win
dows knocked ont, but no one was in
jured. Seven men were ia hall over a store
and remained there until the blow was
over. The hall and store are a mass of
ruins but not a man was hurt.
Some of the people who were in it de
clared the cyclone lasted half an hour.
A more conservative and probably a
more accurate guess was ten minutes.
Provisions and clothing the homeless
people must have and that without de
lay. Everything most of them had was
The stocks of goods are nearly all a
total loss. The cyclone wss proceeded J
and accompanied by rain and small bail
effectually spoiling what the wind did
not make way with.
The Hallroed Defeated.
Waboo, Neb., June 6. The celebrated
Platte bottom cases were settled in the
district court of this county yesterday
afternoon. These cases have been pend
ing in the courts now about four years.
There are fifteen in nil aad arose out of
the improper construction of the rail
road bridge cross the Platte near Val
ley. In the spring of 1885, the toe
gorged above the bridge and caused an
overflow of the water on the lands be
longing to a number of the riparian own
ers. The farmers then brought suit to
recover from the Omaha A Republican
railroad company the damages sus
tained by reason of the overflow.
The company claimed that the ioe
gorges formed on an island a mile away
from their bridge, but in every case the
jury has held against the oompaay and
the state supreme court has as often af
firmed the judgement.
BTtiua a They Use)
CnKtMitam, June 5. Harry Goodwin
and Cbta k toner, of Lawreacebarg,
lad, raa away yteterdoy to be married.
They found Squire Sterling was at
Blishrthtsw.Oato, just 200 yards over
afcste lane, Mid aa they reached the
eiM to girft father could be mm ia
the diet aa ao pniaaiug on horseback.
Oeruay grasping the situatkm totd the
levora to joto haada and run tor ladtsaa,
aaltoKiMna waa ooi good iaOhio.
ZWttMa: asrambtod over fences aad
t&oavh toiaMv kami ia haad. Craaa
fc3tia tte aiatn atHail and
0 torci ftwii m the
crf aant ab
;:Er J -e mm
1 c aaosi IM C
Louisville wants a good baker.
Phelps cvunty needs jail aed
newspaper are agitating for one.
Jonathan Edwards, residing
Weston, was struck by lightning and in
Granville Gordon of O'Xeil nearly
bled to death aa a consequence of hav
ing a tooth pulled.
Mrs. Abbie O. Dust in of Duatin has
been re-elected president of l"e twelfth
district W. C. T. U.
Wahoo will celebrate the Fourth ard
Gen. J. B. Weaier will be invited to de
1'ver the oration.
Hastings sewerage bonds to tie
amount of HO.000 were sold at par less
The business men of Long Pine have
orgrnLed a jockev club and will ar
range for J une races.
Mrs. Frank Ealev fell and broke hsr
arm while passing out of the Bapt
church at Kearney.
There are seventy-five applicant for
the nosition of Superintendent of the
Fremont city schools.
General C. H. Van Wvck and family
left Nebraska City Monday for a th
week's visit in New York.
All the leading merchants of Proaser,
Adams county, have joined in foimitg a
business men's association.
G. M. Gallaher of Auburn baa suc
ceeded Charles Heavy as agent of the
Missouri Pacific at Crete.
Great preparations are already in
progress for holding a mammoth Fourth
of July celebration in Iodge. "
It is estimated that the total amount
of land not filed on in the McCook land
district is only 240,000 acres.
Tbe stationary engineers of the asso
ciation of Iowa and Nebraska will meet
in Omaha July 4th to celebrate.
The machinery for tbe paving brick
and tile factory has arrived at Louis
ville and is being placed in position.
A Missouri Pacific bridge at Auburn
was burued Thursday , the fire starting
from a spark from a locamotivo.
Tu. resiilenoe of Frank Kelley at
Friend was struck by lightning during
a recent storm and the family was bad
Deputy Auditor Allen say that the
National life and investment company
of Washington, D. CL, is not authorized
t ) do business in this state.
Joseph Frazier, editor of the Fair
mont Chronicle, was thrown I from a
wagon by a fractious colt and ia severe
ly injured that his reoovery'ta doubtful,
thiAboutone hundred tffjfcmfot Elm-
wood surprised Dr. ilobbs and his wife
on their wedding aaniversary and toft
the couple a substantial testimony of
A young Fremont girl named Annie
Anderson ran away from home Tuesday.
It to supposed that a woman in the city
bought a ticket for her and aided her in
A hath house has been erected by
York's Young Men's Christian aesocto
tion on tbe banks of the creek adjoining
the athletic grounds for the exclusive
use of its members.
While moving an old barn near Goth
enburg the Jagger boy a en wintered a
rat den and commenced the t laughter of
the rodents. When tbe conflict ended
205 dead rats were counted.
Tbe South Bend Missouri Pacific pas
senger train near Weeping Water,
struck an unknown man walking on the
track and breaking bis leg. He was
then taken to Weeping Water endeared
Henry Baker, a talojn keeper at Fair
bury, asks the supreme court to make
the city of Fairbury return to him a
$000 occupation tax which be paid under
protest in addition to his regular license
Tbe old est tiers association of Palmyra
will bold their annual picnic Thursday,
June 12. J. Sterling Morton will deliver
the oration. There will be a number of
toasts responded to snd several trotting
A special election has been oailed for
July 8, at Thioh time Nebraska (Sty and
the surrounding precinct will vote on
the proposition of giving 1100,000 for tbe
building of a high bridge across the Mis
Bar. J. D. ML Buckaer of Ptottsmouth
has furnished an item (or psychologists.
Several nights ago ha bad risioa which
revealed to him the fact that the gov
ernor would revoke hto proclamation for
of tbe legislature.
Nine people from Bartiagton
started for Waospsna ia aa omuibue to
bear e prohibition tosiare were badly
injured by the wind copatolnf the ve
hicle. Mr BvdweU wm perhaps
fwtalry iajured, and Um. Boat had aa
Advuata, w torn of a very etognlar
freak of oatrehlofa ooeorrad la Wa
boo eaSatoitUyereaisctoiaato baby
betogbora there with one fan before
aad OM bsblad. At laei oeouaU
wia aMJtti tlaainirJaa. Thsvteoa
stD Utrrn, ii &iC?
One of the neatest banks in north
western Nbraska opend tuine at
Maraland last week It eterU out with
an authorized capital of tZOflSM) and fi"
000 paid in. George P. Waller, of Cuad-
ron, Nb-, is tno president and W. E.
Alexander, formerly cashier of the
Dawes county bank, is the cashier.
E. A. Coombs of Geneva division No.
32, who was elected colonel of the third
division Knights of Pythias, is pernsps
tbe youngest colonel in tbe Nebraska
brigade, being twenty-seven years of
age, but hi military experience has
been a lengthy one, beginning in Ohio I
as a cadet under Colonel Kilpatnck V
tbe regular army. He was a member of
the Ohio National guard, and tost year
held tbe office of lieutenant ic. Geneva
i Va'on, doing most of its drilling.
Tbe Edgsrcity council has decided to
grant a saloon license to J. A. Ellis in
spite of a remonstrance. The remon
strators have arnealed to the diatrict
court for an injunction restraining the
board from issuing such license oa the
ground that the petition was not signed
by the required number of free-holders.
Mr. Ellis now says if the licence is re
refused he will open up a shop for the
sale of liquor of all kinds in origiru
Mr. C D. Jeukins, who was in Lin
cnU a chamnion of the interests of the
Madison county people in their endeav
or to hare an equalization of taxes,
av in reirard to tbe same: The idea
prevailing in some quarters that to in
crease the assessment of railroad prop
erty throughout the stats for the pur-
pone of taxation would fcave the effect of
increasing the railroad oompanys' taxes
and thus imposing on them an uujust
burden is fallacious. It will be read illy
seen that where a given amount of rev
enueonly is required to be raised and all
property i i valued on a cash basis the
rate of taxation must go down in the
same ratio that the valuation goes up.
If it is true as it is claimed that railroad
property is now valued at 30 per cent of
its actual value, and farm and other
property at 20 per cent, the companies
now pay more than they would have to
pay on a cash valuation of all property
including their own. In the event that
the property of the companies should be
valued on a cash basis they will be in
terested in using their influence with
county boards of equalization in bring
ing all other property to a like basis, snd
this they can do by filing complaints
with such boar Is. The result is bound
to he beneficial and will place our whole
system of valuation and taxation on a
sounder and more equitable basis.
An brigtnsl peekage bouse was opened
yesterday in Juneier' : . -
By the new city directory just issued
Topeka claims a population of 38,897.
Leavenworth has gone so far as to ag
itate the matter of public drinking
It is now thought that Geoige Potte
of Leavenworth , who was bitten by a
rattlesnake recently will recover.
The Kansas commissioners for the
world's fair have received their commis
sions and are now realty for work.
Ed Purdee of Huron had nothing else
to do ao he shipped about 4,000 bushels
of corn from that station last week.
The Lawrence canning factory is in
full blast putting up strawberries. It
to thought 1,000,000 quarts will be
Roy Steele, of good family was arrest
ed at Olathe charged with having stole
a fine mare recently. Other arrests ue
Dr. Phillip Krohn of Atchison, i
erst-wbile expounder of tbe Methodist
faith was ordained a minister of the
A prospect to on foot to organize the
children under tbe auspices of the farm
era' alliance. President Clover his ap
pointed a eotntnittee for that purpose.
Wichita ii congratulating itsslf that
while "original package'' slops are be
ing opened in various prohibl tion strongi
holds throughout the state, it to still a
The farmers' alliances of Thompson
oounty have declared in favor of Prof.
Canaeld of the state university for con
gr seaman from that district. Professor
Canftold does not live in tbe district
Agent Cooper who was arrested at
Sahaa, charged with running an "orig
inal package" house, pleaded guilty and
the police judge refused on appeal bond.
Application lor a writ of habeas corpus
will be made.
Tbe Kansas City Evening New goes
beck on Missouri in this way: A Cber
ryvale nan has left hto wife and gone to
Marshall, Missouri, to live with another
woman. Tbe man who marries Kan
sas woman aad then deserts her ought
to be banished from the state of lovely
Omaav bum. Nxa June . A
young nun named E. K. Kendall was
drowned yesterday while boating at Otis
toaposd Be was alone in th boat and
peas dawsBBS from hto torn redes wbsa
tbey aotteai hto boat aa empty. They
k?teMtoUM ape and pulled him
bom the water, but be wae already dead.
Cow the aalJeai immm
be Isannd, aa the bet ra M
Wa'audl Mn)' aB flBB( Tajr- r Vfs90
Ti gonial f?,""? XI tcikm
Varteaa Wehrasha Tuluf im mimmm
Blaib. Nea, June 3. Tbe storm at
this place last night was very seve'e. At
1 o'clock the wind raged terminally.
Five miles west of here the new bouse
of N. Lawrence was blown all to pieoas.
badly injuring the entire family of ten,
four of the family having broken bones.
The children were found early this
morning by the neighbors scattered
about, some in flour barrels and others
in the celler, one with a badly fractured
skull. Other building were blown to
niece, and altogether much damage
waa done in the county but none in the
An Isuortaa Dertoloa.
Nebbakka City, Neb., June 6. Coun-
tv Treasurer Houser received the de
cision of the state board of educational
lands and funds in the case of Thomas
Hanlon and Lewis Dunn against Mrs.
Charles Schott and the Terheueen heir,
wherein the defendsnts were in default
of the final payment to the state for
rhonlland. The plaintiffs leered the
land from the school board at tbe old
appraisement of 11 per acre, whereas
the farm is now worth 18,000 and bas
been occupied by the defendant twenty
The decision today sets aside the
Dunn and Hanlon lease and gives the
heirs six months te make the final pay
inent, and further hold that personal
notice must be given against the parties
living on the school liud before the
lease and sale of contract of the school
lands can be declared forfeited.
Raaday Nrhool Con rent loa.
Hastinoh, Neb , June C The twenty
third annual convention of Nebraska's
Sunday school association is in session
here. A. E. Stevens, president; W. A
Heiraburger, secretary, and Rev. P. C.
Johnson, chairman of the executive
committee are preaaot and assisted ia
the organization of the body and ar
rangement of the programme this morn
ing. The afternoon and evening sessions
are held at the Presbyterian church.
Rev. Dr. Criasman delivered the ad
dress of welcome. President Stevens of
Grand Island and Mrs. Samuel Burns
of Omaha responded.
The business of the first session was
interrupted by the announcement of
the Bradshaw dissster and a collection
of 100 was taken up for the relief of the
The KrflUir Will Wla.
Tkkamah, Neb., June G. -The esse of
Wade Gillis against Editor Koons for
criminal libel came to trial to-day. The
complaint was quashed and Koona re
leased. Another complaint was imme
diately sworn out and tbe editor re
arrested. The complaint was again de
fective, but the judge held the ease
until Gillis fixed up hto document aad
the defense then asked until Thursday
next in which to prepare. Their time
was granted and the court adjourned.
It is expected that the editor will beat
The Wmi Qalt Winter.
Osceola, June C The time of Judge
Sheesley, lawyers and a host of witness
es has been taken up for tbe past two
days with a case of assault and battery:
Mrs. Margaret Berger against Dr.
Julius Loosen. The doctor's farm was
cccupied by the Bergen. He went out
to look after things and, having a war
of words, the lady came toward the
doctor with an ax in her hand. Tbe
doctor didn't run, but undertook to de
fend himself. Result: 830 fine and over
ISO costs. Tbe case will be appealed to
the district court.
Killed fur HI HcraplM.
Kkoxviixe, Te!., June 6. Bud
Lindsay, a deputy United States mar
shal, shot and killed a distiller in Camp
bell county today. Lindsay wanted a
gallon of whiskey and Kilts told him he
could not sell less than ten gallons under
bis license. A quarrel followed and
Kilts waa shot twice.
Lindsay is a desperate character, bav
ing murdered a prominent citizen of
Campbell oounty five years ago, and es
caped because of lack of evidence. He
has been placed under arrest
A Maw ruf4 fekaa. -
WATEBUo,TA,JuDe6. A numberof
families in this city have recently been
taken suddenly very sick with symp
tomsof poisoning, followed rapidly by
stupor. There have been no fatal cases
though in aeveral instances death waa
narrowly escaped. The physicians es
cribe the sickness as a result of being
poisoned with tyrotosyoaline, the
newly discovered poison from desoom
posed milk. It to believed that tbe re
cent hot weather caused tbe poison to
ASrnwd ta Ball.
B3tom, Mass., June 7 President
Nathaniel Thayer of tbe union stock
yard and transit company of Chisago
baa prepared a circular to stockholders,
urging on them the aoosoUnoe of the
offer of the city of London ooe tract
company for tbe purchase of their stook
at 1150 per share. Tbe owners of 00 per
oaat of the stock havs alnady ooaeented
A rsaally Maraered,
Tcosoa, Abu., Juaa 5. A Mectou
brought word today of tbakiUlagofa
maa aad hie wits aad two ehUdrea, ao4
the barnlftg of their twoaa at Saataaa,
thirty oittee east of Tweooa, jpaMaroay.
TU raa to oa the rtt trail from tbe
em ounm rossrvsitoa, aJ hi Mppsat
Will Umwm We ESi I MISI
BtATSKE, Nxa., Juoo 5.-Tho local
committee of errangeuieato of Moaat
r., mauadtrr. Knicfate Templar,
announced today that th proposed mid
summer field encampment of Kaignu
Templar of the state in this city duriag
the present month to declared off. The
committee did not receive enough of en
couraging rssponsM to the invitation to
warrant the continuance of tanner ar
rangements, and have consequently
abandoned the schema.
The rtm aeU.
Wahhibotoh, June 9.-eoretery
Rlaine has notified the world's fair com
missioners that the first meeting will be
held at the Grand Pacific hotel, Chicago
om the 20th of June, for tbe purpose of
organizing etc Chief Clerk Brown of
tho ute department has been appoint
ed representative of tbe state depart
ment in the selection, preparation and
safe keeping of the government exhibit
st the exposition.
SraiiicFiELD, Iu, June 6. The dele
gates to the democratic state conven
tion vetsr-i polled as to their cboice
ofcaodidaW for president and viae
president for the democratic party in
1892 with tbe following result:
For President Clsvsland 521; Palmer,
C7; Hill, 7; Abbot, 2; Whitney, 2.
Vice President Gray, 381; Palmer, 112;
Morrison, 70; Black, 30; Stougbton, 2L
Maoisou, Nib., June 3. A severe
electrical storm passed here lsst night
and a flood of water fell. Cellars were
flooded, streets cut aud sidawalka car
ried away. Frequently during the night
a person could read by the light of tbe
lightning large print for ten consecutive
minutes with scarcely an interruption.
With The Tnul A (ml a.
Nkhbakka Cm, Neb- June 4. The
whiskey trust is again in trouble. Lost
evening the county treasurer issued a
distress warrant against the Nebraska
Citv distilling company to recover $025
per tonal taxes on the machinery now be
ing removed by thetrust and it will be
held until the money is paid.
The Laat Klchta.
Omaha, Neb., June 4. This morning
the final service was held at St. Philo
meca's cathedral over the remains of
the late Rt Rev. Bishop O'Connor. It
was participated in by ninety-four
priests and was the most imposing ever
eeen in Omaha. At high noon the ca
thedral bell tolled and tbe remains were
placed in the cathedral crypt.
A Murder Muipoet Arrwt4.
Arapahoe, June C George Plummer
tbe suspected murderer of hto bf other
Joseph, waa arrested last week in Wy
oto aad brought her yeatefetoy. Bex
will be given hto preliminary examinv
stion tomorrow. The oounty. attorney
claims to be in possession of enough ev
idence to bind him over,
BeM Wltfcaat LIotbm.
IlAg-riHca, Neb., June , 4. Andrew
Mann, a saloon keeper at Proseer, this
selling intoxicating liquors without au
thority of law. There are eight distinct
counts or causes of tction. He waa
held to appear before the oounty judge
CHEreNXE, Wvo, June a At Wend
over yesterday a cowboy detected steal
ing a saddle waa caught by cowboys be
longing to a Montana outfltgiven twen
ty lashes with riding quirts over the
bare back and thrown into the Platte
Norfolk, Neb., June 3. The most se
vere rain storm of the season J
over tins section last night Rain fell
in torrents and heavy peals of thunder
and vivid lightning. Tbe house of ex
Marshal Mitler waa struck by lightning
and badly damaged.
Nebraska Cmr.Neh. June 3. A ter
rific rain storm visited this city earl)
this morning. Tbe water fell in torrents
flooding cellars and undermining the
foundations of several buildings.
A syndicate of eastern naniteltote hsa
perfected arrangements to purchase the
street car lines of Salina and transform
them into electric Kotor and transit
lines. Much property waa also bought
The nana imnreaatnn nhtnlnlnar aaaw
earning Creoles U that they are all of
wen pounuawu oi oara. ana iws.ruiy
eompUxions, hair black aa the ravsafs
winaT and eves of 'eboa dark nana" A
New Orleans acquaintance save that
May nave iiiy-wniie aonpiexioaa,
olden locks and eyes of "heaven's ewa
Ioe." Tbe creole girl to usually re
fined and dainty, sensitive snd sympo
thetlc. light hearted aad sunny tern
parML ho to usually brought aa
utotlyandto content to remain at
Ihmm. Of course the majority of crooto
oti i oum-tner aia awt-brown i
ummur new. .
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