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.THE RED &0U0 CHIEF
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Red CIbdJ, Nebraska.
C. L. Maixk A M. a Warnee,
. IDItORS aaJ PROPRIETORS.
Attorneys at Law.
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
tod C7oi, JVeoraafox.
j'y Superintendent of luUic 1h-
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. IjiTEDNESDAT, JAN. 27, 1875.
A. M. BOWEN.
O. D. PROCTOR, -. PtoPEiirom,
Tfe TrmTIiB PabHo Will Sndtku DeMlt
M fint elut is erer retptcU
?r&"1e raM tely BlTier, Of
NEW GOODS !
J. G. POTTER
AVTSM fr ".
J03T SILtriX. OKVTLS-
I . . .. -iJ . 1L. n..Lft. AL..A b I.
VALLEY HOUSE I J lwWi lRIS ",Bin0DIi ""nn ino tnuhc wi " jh
pened ap a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Rod Cloud. Nebraska.
JOS. C. WARNER, - - Proprietor
B WEW A LAIRD,
IEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
r JfeY practice in all the Courtt of
JUNIATA - 272SBASEA
, Thia lloUl Is entirely aew, htTlftc'txra
bailtthe prtttntttuom, Mikitt4 Hp.with
recant to -
s,uooaroaT aits coirTsinsucs.
BOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rate.
4 larie and cominodiont 6T0NE STA
Bl.K has juit been added to the premiacs.
Cetb, Marquett & Moore,
Oaijprnt will be in attpodnnce at ech
tenaBjftbo District Court of the several
ccuatici in the Republican Valley. 2 1
t. R. WILLCOX. J. 8. GIL1IAM,
Wnicox A Oilham
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will Practico in all the Courts of the
MkF$ollection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE IN POST OFFICE
ftof Clonal. Neb.
'City Meat Market,
! MARK H. WARNER.
J Hat jafifc opened a Meat JIarkct on
f.rcbstcr Stroct, next door south of
Park's Shor Sfbop where he will keep
and sell fresh meats of all kinds.
niGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE, HOGS,
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
J. A. TULI.EV.S
Jichardjon & Tulleys,
imSSTATSA COL'CnN! AGISTS
WillWv and tell Real Ertite on Caraniis
iiba, ij trxc tor non-fw Merits.
Bpeoi.il attcutinn sivon to collection. Cor
reii?nJneo solicited. AH letters of inquiry,
r on livincK3 prouptly answered.
T. R. LEE,
Hastings, - - - Nebraska.
This etablihinent hag just been fittc.l up
in Kood stvle. and is juttthe place to enjoy
a paine of Hillir.rdsi.
1 he best supplies atthe bar. 49Gm
ConJt'Mtina t part of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT k PINK,
CHAMBRES, DELAINES, LAWNS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS & LININGS,
CORSETS k SKIRTS, VAILS k GLOVES,
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS. & TOWELING,
PANTS, OVERALLS & SHIRTING,
BOOTS A SHOES, SATS A CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGARS k TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR. MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
-T. G- Potter.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
IH aia Ura kU face to the wall
Xe little children fatberles...
4a4 eriiom ceaUatW wire.
Lctkla Urn bis face to the wall.
Cat loth 'shaming tear.?:
eevated the Wood -drop,
l-'er tie detoUuad yean;
irtkacala ef b!ati hemert-. - '
JaiU wheat felds bUckeaed in
' Kwrder and faaiina.
sflH let looee.Bpoa artb.
AJJye earret of ar-time
Oiyboth side poured likecaia.
Cete4 cf ail . aeration,
,wWaVJ .swt 4s4eiaw"ss -
Aad these, whom he redeemed as trasses
Br the xower in myriads stiown.
Why, every one was a human lifo,
A life as food cs his own 1
Or. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Tender his services to the public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
OSee at the Red Cloud Drug Store.
W. L. VAHALSTYFJE
CLOUD, --- jyEBUO.SMt
Sk!fMVXTHT"W3 1Mb A a"jli"y
!- CTJB.VO-WJE4 ifjliaVCStiyV
H C. WEBER,
Would announec to tho ieoplo of Red
Cloud and vicinity that he is prepared to do
all kinds of .Mason work on rhort notice and
J rt-iunnnble terms. All orders may bo left at
tlii? oflirooral his rcnidcncc four inilc north
easJ ot Itcd Cloud, Sc:. 3). towa "J, rango 10
Boys and sails Western Securiticai
Bonds a Sccialty. I WouIdrMl'ecfo,,ynfo"nheLadicsofKed
m" f r$ooi
-jLxilffluamsvcs. Jns.. -. paop&rcwm.
nCft-r FRANKLIN, NEB.
C"&& Accommodation, Livery end
M tlmm Clssdit Bouse.
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PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINCELS
Lime- Tarred Paper, Etc-
And every Article usually kept in a First Class Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN BE G07
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS, i
Let him wish that th&xncd life ended.
That death had covered defeut ;
Bat tnose lives cry out for vcnpiince
From (ana aad Tillage and street.
Hear it, victor and ranquuhed 1
Hear it, o'er sea and land.
Ye neighbor-realms whom it reaches
Asa murmur faint und bland.
For ifye are deaf, God listens;
Aad ifye are blind, lie sees,
Aad mocks at your diplomatics.
Your child's play .of war and peace.
There is an Eternal Justice
Although it may tarry long;
Though .the weak may appear down
trampled. Arji the right seem with the strong.
But ye who in eamp or council
Go sowing war's bloody seed
False patriotism, sham glory.
Ambition and lustful greed;
Who stand by watching and item not
Tb.it fierce flowing cricson tide;
Knowthere is a God that avengstb.
As well as a. Chrut that died.
Hrnka and Mr. Carrablen. Mr. Car-
rabies, by the way, waanot!tbere that
morning ; to BaeItoa(told Mr. GlUttr
Mr. Carrablea foreman, instead, who,
in a becomingly eyrupalbiiiaf lone,
wished kiza eveceas.
The evening came, the pi net,
and baog about the. pa?5tgcj oi the
vast building matil deepest twilight,
and.'until Baselton was pretty nearly
tired of beio on his feet
"Now," nid the Sergeant, uncon
sciously dropping his voice as hepoke
"we wiJ! taka np our quarters. If we
cn jjlygct there unperceived, I havt
arranged what I think you will find a
pretty good corner."
"All right." returned the exhibitor,
in the same guarded tone ; and they
4T4eBoie!es3!3on, awtn& oiclor
twice a constable; but the presence of
the Sergeant of course prevented any
Misti IS A. Munnell,
Cloud and ricinitr that sho is pre-
parcuto execute orders (or
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
4v . CMstvll with tli
: 2 - HVHEt
This hfliel hasboen refitted and refurnished
throtiithoW. Commercial Men. Knilroad Men
ndall parties viiting Ked C'oud. will find
SkKpIe accoaimodatloas at this Hotel.
'LAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On band and for sale a fine assortment of
LADIES HATS, Ac,
Hiss S. A. MUNSELL,
In MoKitt'c Building.l
GooA Stables, Good Beds, and&mara
Meals, at RcaeoMble Kates.
hrhe Patronage of the Travelling Pub
lic, Respectfully ao'taiea.
jtegkr tript Will be .made betwe
vUPIiA a RED CLOUD,
ki4sed tny paeacrs
rSZC aWs awtii-, mrmztM
& ED CLOUD t - -
r. . JflInttre9
Cashier 1st Nat Bank, Claricda Iowa.
VSTISGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
NEW HARDWARE STORE j
Have opened a new store and have just received a full and complete stock of
HARDWAftE, Cutlery, Carpenter and
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We have also a Tin Shop connected
with our Store-ware. We manufacture Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock is LARGE and .well assorted, and we will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
A LIVING STATUE.
In the height of tho Exhibition sea
son of 1862 there was a great deal of
unplcasantne.-s, mystery and suspicion
generated in the Industrial Palace by
a constant succession of petty rob
beries, which took placo nearly every
night at the best stalls. Articles of
valuo were stolen from drawers and
boxes; money left by stall-keepers
often went, unless very eecurely stow
ed away; .but the depredators did not
venture;oa,.tian Srjy huJky articles,
or on breaking open any rccoptaclo
which would requre great force. They
knew their risks, that was evident ;
aud that the thefts were committed
by some person or persons connected
with the Exhibition was also beyond a
doubt Watches had been set. trans
had been laid over and over again, but
all in vain. When too much had been
done in the way of planting watchmen
no robberies took place at all; and
when articles had been pirpose'y left,
apparently forgotten, but in reality
fixed by the minutest wires to bells
which sounded at the slightest touch,
they were left untouched. The thief,
if only one, always 6toIe, too, from
places in the shade, bo that be could
command a view of the more open
spaces, while he himself was unseen.
One morning, as the sergeant of po
lice was going lus early round before
the building was opened for the day,
became upon an exhibitor and his
staff of assistants, who were grouped
round a box which was open before
them, and at which they were looking
with apparent interest.
"Good morning, Mr. Baselton,"
eaid the officer; "a very fine day wo
are likely to have."
"Fine day, sir I And a very fine
night we have had too, I' suppose,"
que&tionimj. Some large boxes left.
apparently by accident, at the undo of
a Rtall, were in reality eo placed that
they formed an almost perfect ecreen,
and, without any reason to suppose
that they had been noticed, they slip
ped in, and sat down.
Presently the moon rosi ; and ns it
climbed higher, aud its liht grew
stronger, the building becamo visible
.1 a A . tt. t
inrougnoui wan a ngnt wmcii was
most unearthly aud ghostly iu its char
acter. This impressed itself very much
"I had no idea, Sergeant,"
be whispered to tho offi
cer, "that the placo waa such a
ttrange, ccmeteryfch sort of a spot n
it is. I must own I should not liko to
be on duty here all niht. However,
I have brought sotne little refresh
menu with mc, fo let us make out-
comfortable. In silenct they ate and
drank; and in silence, save for the
chiming of the clock, or the occasional
trcd of a policeman, the hours cropt
on. lno policeman passed within a
couple of yards of the watchers repeat
edly, but whether they knew of their
presence or not, Baselton could not
judge. The length and weariness of
the hours grew at last intolerable to
him, and seeing that the Sergeant wu
as cool and wide-awake a9 when they
first entered their lair, he whispered :
"I feel terribly drowsy, Sergant; I
always do about this linio. Five
minutes nap will make me as fresh as
a daisy. Rouso mc up, if, you hear
anything before that time."
His companion smiled, and in th-j
paine subdued tone, gave tho promise.
Nothing did happcu requiiing Mr.
Basclton's presence either before or
after the expiration of fivo minutes,
although the officer stealthily looked
out a hundred times during the niht.
At last the darkness thinned away,
and then, after a bhort gray twilight,
dawn come ; and the Sergeant shook
Baselton by the shoulder.
"Yes, yes ; I'm ready," etammercd
the thief works in, aad can pretty well
guexs in what quarter he will next try.
I believe I can catch him."
"You I" exclaimed Ba?e!too, with
an emphasis which was anything but
complimentary to tho officer.
"I can. You have a good deal of in
fluence with tho authorities, and if
you will ask, I Miall be taken off regu
lar duty, and detailed for special cr
vice; and I can then catch him,"
"Well, tell me your plans," ud
Baelton, "and in return, I will tell
you this: You know there aro X5t)
offered on the quiet for tho apprchen
son of the thief. Find him, aud !
LwiU make itIXIGO.
dXhc constable ui.!Ja14Jowrrinif
His voice, spoke to t!w exhibitor in
wht-per. When ho had finUhrd,
Ha. c! ton fhi ped his hand on tin
counter with a force th.it jarred exory
article around, and exclaimed ;
"You ate riht. Are you ou duty?"
"No, sir," taid the mati.
Tho application for tho constable's
change of duty w.n doubtless made,
for he disappeared from lih accustom
During the next day or two, Basel
ton boime Icquaciou on tlm FttVject,
ami in conversation with .Mr. GKer,
who took a very kindly interest in the
matter, owned that he had clunked
his opinion about the matter of the
tobbcric. He w.i- convinced, hu nad.
that if tho thitf came by night, ho
would have been caught long before,
but that every body wa3 on the wrous
hcnt, and that the thefts were really
committed in the bu-tle of di?ng for
tho evening, and then, not being
found out till the mornine, it "was
naturally supposed that the thief came
in the night. Mr. (llis-er wa much
struck by this view, which ho com
mended highly, and urged increased
vigilance about the time spoken ot.
While this was going on, there had
been no fresh depredations from the
counters, and Countable Lowc!ifif had
been absent from duty, although no
one seemed tcJtave noticed it. When
the visitors departed at the cloj-e of
day, all the interior of tho building
becamo depressing enough, a the
light faded away, und there were no
places more cpcclral in their aspects
thau those wt-ro cluakr.il iaot clowly
tho white ,tatue, which were crinkl
ed about. Nymphs, Vcnuiei, Bac
1 o lso and A polios, Grecian hunters,
eriptural and mythological figeros, all
looked equally ghostly in their dim
d hh own. There
for a while, not very hne
enough to axsure hTsa&lf that m
trol was cowing that way ; th
nsac, ami to a few tep wa at tb
warwt couster, and had triei key
in the lock ; one Or two attem fall
cil, but at list a door opened. ad hU
hedd and houklrs wera k to tiicht,'
he reappeared with a wnall box, which
be placed on the ground before him,
aad then tried one or two keys. Again
the lock yielded, the fld wai;ihiowV
bock, attd a few articles wera rapidly
transferred to the aau pocket.
Sutnc object, however, :ntd un
known to hiui, aud ho kckl it ui
agjiiut the dim light, cndcavofigto
make out what it wa. To hU hrrcr,
unc of the statues sptaoi; from its pe
destal to word bun. It m itittnta
neou, but thu Iksh tru enough, tho
Sgure nil m white morcd, ami leapt
upon him ; then with a fearful yoH,
which rang ftom end to end of the
building, the thief fell in a Bl upon
the lloor. Alarmed by tho jcream,
two or three oBiiafrs were jdiJy at
the ,iot. and turniac, ou their hntonu
were nearly m much astcnishril In
their turn U scG,4whitCJ:heCti figure
6tanuni by The side of a man m cod-
When thtir momentary surprise had
ceaed upoii th ir diicovcrtng who the
hsctvd figure was, they 'proc?ciad,to
uutVtcti the prostrate mans scarf and
cujlar, sprinkle J him with .water, ami
lifted him from the ground, hi Mrug
glcscaci!, and a few long breath
rfmiouncdd that he was.ucouiwjr, to."
"1 don't know him,". ald oert
"I do, though " exclaimed IowclifiJL
"Well !cf all the parties
have supiw-'cd, I never
white, when the twilight or night had
the exhibitor, then opened his eye.) come from which direction me
very wide indeed. Why, it's day
light I I must have slept"-
"Yes, of course you hae," inter
fallen upon thorn. Fo, in the gray of
the evening, all the ttaluary looked
mystic and unearthly enough, as the
stony figures looked ftom their pedM-
al.-; out none looked moro repulchral
than did a tall ihcett'd figure which
oclpied a pcdetral slightly screwed
m t could
suppoftcd AiVrt. Why, it's that b!ed
Gli?r from tho ttall next to oh!
UjotfUoti; a fellow that loohrt as if but
ter wouklu't melt in hi mouth."
"Where am i? who arc you?"
taid the inioorablo culprit. ,
4 Oh, we're partimibr friend of
your.",'' rotcrucd the officer.
"But I saw I aw ono of thoic
thingt move," said the man, looking
timidly round with fi dreadful shudder
Lowcliffhnd tripjiol offhii whiturau
ment by this iiuit, and to it did not
shock the wretched Glister's ayti.
"We will tollyu all nbout that in
the morning," slid the conttibJe.
"What you have got to do is to come
along with u."
It wa eo ho had to "eotac along; M
and directly tha exhibitors and their
staff mutere(t in the building, tho in
tclligenue ihw like wskvlikO that Mr,
Gli er wai in cu.tody for breaking
into the stalls at night.
It was a shoo!: to a larg circle of
his acquaintances and admirer, who
could har.dy hcb'evQ it;, aud whan.
on his lodgings being searched, tbtf
bulk of all the articlo mifius frouj tho
counters was found, the thing KCenied
moro incredible still. Mr,
was csjiceiilly astonwheti, becaus he
tor migutny two or three Iarci
b'i'1' - a ,uu uuguc iiavc,cccn
taken in the distance, and iu no dim
light, for a Jewish prieit, or a Druid,
rupted tho other; "bnikt us go out
quieuy. i uon i myr.j our men seeing or anything of the kvr.d ; hut had
us, of course ; b, others need know any one come near enough to inspect
nothing of our warch." it would have been seen that the, !nn
"I thinb: the Ife your men or any
body ebe knovr about the way we kept
ourwatcii, thrfbetter, ' said Mr. Basel
ton, as they left the counter ; In
fact I shalL'regard it as a friendly
thiog if ym say nothing about it."
The Sergeant smiled, but kept his
own ceunscl; and it may be hinted
that Jaselton was very liberal fellow,
althfTugh somewhat hasty. It turned
ou. that no pilfering had taken placo
tiat night; cor did any occur for two
Call and See-Before Purchasinjj Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
:cbange bought and sold on all
t of the United States and Europe.
NTY AND SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold
retorted the exhibitor, in a tone far Lor three nights after, a fact wh:ch 3Ir.
teaa pleasant than that m which hs Glisser attributed to the influence
af oeen addressed. "Mere's a pre$$- Mr. Baseltoa'a vigibnce. He took
afKr I Seven pounds worth of Sctf.'ch great interest in the exhibitor's Dlan.
Reference by iVmtWow.
B. F.f Allkk. Prcsideat Cook Co. Katiomal
N. Br! Mqesb. Presideat First Xatioaal Baak.
aarial -ia. Itiwa.
Jcjhm tuEsaaif, Casaler Pacific National"
Baak Coaaeu BlaSt. Iowa.
C.CQ xcruTSJu Ooreraor Stata of Towa.
Cliisqnjua. Clerk baponor Coart, Jowa-
THE CHCACO LUMBER YARD !
HASTINGS, j NEB
Keeps constantly on hand the largest stock oT DryKaeXumbor ii the
SIiI9rJaS9 MOtTIiBErGS, IIMB.I
viar 'If I
and dxalirs nr
aawaUkiadiof ' "
Omr stack U we8 selected aad pachased direct freat tk rafts, a4wilW
wJd a lo w a tae lowea. - A
pebbles set in silver brooches. ear.
nags, and so forth. the whole ftTthem
The Sergeant, with expressions of
regret, said he would secthe officer
wlw had beea a dutv. Af R4enimn
... m w i itvu
Ipronesaea to navo lost All confidence
i the police, and aWted that if he
were to watch, the 0iief would cer
taia be dscorero the very first
xwisnyonwottJd try, then," said
the-Sergeaot; "J would obtain per-
axssion (owakfb with yon; and if you
giwiy sapfport yon.
AItharjght when he made this last
aseeriiOB, Mr. BasItna rro.,i.Tw
othiag at all, yet, after a little
taJt wita tha osfieer. tW ?;. .rff.1
the thief, ad hia Ulkf Ja-lia owa
pnoc aatttacat , were strf wwacT
taaaake awai voksteer to watch; aad
it wa amaVrlkat the Serfeaatasswsld
and paid hfm aeveral ccinplimeats,
wnicatne latter rehired with but
indiffereat grsee, having reasons, that
the other knew not of, fur thinking
but modestly of this same vigilance.
One morning a little while after the
fruitless watch Mr. Baselton was in n
very bad temper, for he hid sustained
a pillar eome short distant from hi
counter, tlMmghtfuIIy bitting the 76
nffT2 tvvm1 e- -1 y
::nr -zrz.r'r o
iu uiiu. a juoseu round
sound and saw a DolieG
robe was of lineOi not alone, and that
the face was kss that of an ancient
hero than r. modern one. And what
was rather strange, this particular
pcdesral was empty all day, and ouly
occupied at night.
Standing at this particular spot, any
erne could ice iu cy.-ry direction for a
J considerable dUance, and there was
scarcely arty hidiug-n.'aca near, tuc
Uruul qji his pedestal had no doubt
reckoned on these facts having grca
w-:gntwith the marauder. Several
nights had gone by, and no discovery
made, and yet Ned Loweliffe crcpr
lently to his selected station, rS
,,-. . .iu as
suming his disguise as tbt 1 a
statue, patiently watohtAI, ,1 t
thedatlneas; so prf tJ"ah
r. .1 ' .yTt that do
v.uo uuk viusu tar'
could have iots;
bail made quito a confidenof tho
young man, and had theu&rlificalioD
of remembering how liMiimnelf had
revealed to ?Ir. fuiier tho varioua'
plans for deieojg tho thief; and
that.ifithiot been for Ixiwcliffj
inittr ysrthe ruso of attributing the
J pilfcK to the afternoon instead of
thciiight, he prbably would have put
the young: man on hi guard against
the tchemc which had proved success
ful. Ho recovered hh waleh and
other articled, paid his hundred pomu'
chafi fully, and gained a reputation
with ths "force" for theyextrema
riadina3 with which he cl hi nanie
dwn to their subicnptgrt fur dt-erv'
iMr. ujtss2rr proved h ' bail
ca?e, and h; was-,t tc MghtSr t-orne
years afrr the datcr t -wh:KticV"
of J Sd2.
A 'w-yari-cTa 3tcr7.
ThotreaaofrOTQjo ftUit of.Mw
Grsca K.Kr.imnlllcr of Newark azaint
1 LCharIv w n .t.a .....a.,i
I .;' I.. ... ,.mi,f.iirtii. m
j the New Jersey Supreaw Court,
wu concluded on the loth iat. Both
litigants arc well known iu Newark so
ciety. Wvx Phnjmer demanded 2;,fcf
aad te-tiSed that tha ciJip aov-
ed a period of j& y-r and four
moafhs. srflnstmQ Mr. Coopfoa
had givcrfjcr a diamond riBg. writ tea
lontielters. kised hsr at eerv uim
, , . ,
ma, nuzzca uer go we rarivr sota..
v m --- a bj r w . 1 a
ythmg firfadj, 1 will Tbom he very atach di&iJed for his
standiagei33e byjtim. ifo
ugh to touch him
gincd tint he differed
yet comparatively early in I
, imuuu ihs vu ,,- . ,. j I ig uugsca ueraa iae raiur sou,
ort aistanca from h'.'s. , . " " . --"" f,l hr mi .a iatlip"
uereana mere to aaake everything .7,7 ", " w 1 1 1
VICJIU,, U. MIM, lOtT, M1CU uvr tw
be his wift, sad the iwd coaseated.
Her testiaiefiy W4i eaialy corrobera-
ch'fTe, fiwliag hiasself a iiufe crumped
from staa img so loag is ooe poitien.
1 prepared to ssakc ooe of the gasrded
1 Iiil,j VtA jr - . ., A X.JU9 - , V
"" j jusccu iu uiuutgt; ia aur-f
icg the evesing; bat jat as he eoa-
xaeceed carduity to draw oae kg be
m.. t.Ji rs -
jc ?ii WCT03, aad turaed hind the other, i stopped, roBedki,
iuui tue susa, Mi tbe latter was
to to boated.
"I aai afraid yo have iad a Joas,
ey amid the au., "aa Jwpa k is
netverj eenoaa; bt at aay rate I
sioald like a word or two with yon."
"WL. r-ri -r.
h m - ja arw sat.a- sssr r srmnad- cfMia.A.
-ll. . M .."I. . 4MKHOI.
lit TrJ'."? WVD. TtJeetajoJdwatck.aad
wu viraeuy, tor a waa utposawte
f atwWtiaae f ike tight tha
eyes eagerly roaad, and thea retMiaed
so aaotioakss he scarce- br&itld
Withttep alatott meittAus bat wA
quite ao for sek a feteaers ewn a
was gikkdroad the aagie f a eooa
ter dose by, aad Maediag .dee by
(ed by Mr?, lmaier, 3ii? Grsee'a
mother, aad Chizic Vrnvtmr, fcr
brolher, aad Mr?. Eiaily Ifimamer,
the krsthers wife.
Jlr. Copfoa id ia fatim that
ii.sHwrrgajUKi mlm irnemw? 1.
teter, adt a awsetbirt. Tn.
tJyioft, aad U UzuA
aecaaOfe ardent tJua torn
I S99mg kd$a. He &JaItij
Strict ailtaee afaaewjeaaed e ekhtr
P tfc Swrwaat
Mr. Baadioi prattj
mnt- LfaLJ it.n. i I
-.-.mm !! .aotHit jc to a
af ythiag f k, awleat ataae af yowr
krery fore' fcjiT." '
"Tea are te scree, Mr. Baeehoa,"
tae atswr, aaaiawr k uml-
Lowchie, paused; ssepptd, locked
rooad the Ior ia evety aixrztteHibem.
sat. apoa aaf adjaeeat edssstal, ad 1
IeaaiBjr agaiawttke kg ef a Hagealea,
&tesed. Ifth proeeas ofprspiratiaa
we at wkaty aSeat aa, Lowakie.
beads caisae paa kit JaveiUad ae ke f-
f did mt.k aS othahk
eaekat raid that kri
to beaasMt fc
ia Hay &rj
k,. , , aaaaa - V 1
imHiteiN: u r-i
bJHflPnp V( 1
Wi Eii II a
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llASTTNGS, ... NEB.
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