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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
A. C. HQSttER, Pobilsiw.
BY THE GATE OF THE SEA.
Ey David Christ" Murray,
Auiiiou or "A Monr.i, r.iTiiEn, "A Lin's
There is not much out of the com-
mem in this narrative to anybody who
sloCS Lot h:tlllli!l tn In in Inrii ....!. AII
,-, ... ... ... ..,,-. "till ...I.T-J
ard fjnalilies of which ha desired to
SMire himself. The daughter of a
clergyman is conwntlonally a -entlo-!
;''"' a"d h" "" a,re:uly Iwna
mat Mias rnrincr oss.s,ed all de,ira-
h.e womanly qualil e.i when he met her
for the 'ec'iiid time. Tu-y had talke I
common laces :t iiiejr nr.it me ting
and ha 1 been awar of tii fa't Th-v
talked commonplace now and did not
know it, becatiie t iey spoke of books
and ait, and nobody believes that lie or
she ean tall: -onimonj'lacei ujon thoie
impiri'ig tl.eni'-s. IM.s? Karmer'.s soul
le.-lare.l i-elf more and more fnely to
Tregartheir. atti ntiVf observation, and
lie was nitie and more eonvmed tli.it
it was of the xijrht qu 1 jy and pattern.
Ti.c young man had taken apart-
men'.-, for thi rest of the summer s a -
on at "Th Ceorge." and Corbev
kn w by tins time n what pursuit he
was -nirige'J. Mr. Ticarthen iambi d
rainier, or .-troivlv incl ncd lint way :i orc rt':'3 to '.s embrace, and no from her husband. He wa stand ng j
Kill to TregartheTi the storvsecmed one ,w!$,r '"!J h'"n.by fdltJf. at ,lhe "imlow ,frcra. whiVh. he h'ul (
nf !,, tI , ;,,. li l bad turned out to be .Miss watched her on her lirst wsit on the
J.Juosm and sorrow, and he thought Churchill." she asked him, ".hould Mand. and was telling her. wiUi no
lie . ould mvj already .some of tl.osb iu-.you-" She n:tii3fii. but the verv Uhamefac-dne3s. how In had keot her
much in the plea,.!!! I.. Ids beyond the ' preciicly honc-it left to himself and , -ea-brecc. in a while she looked
town, and .Mi-.-, Farmer, who had a his own" judgment he would not have back, and seeing no sign of her hus
l:il for . olany and some little knowl- ' thought the.se thoughts, at all. but he j band, .-he .sat in the shelter of an over
e.ige of the se" nee. was indefatigable fancy t:iat liis betrotlied had that vis'on- hanging bowlder, and. sinking down in
in acn-v. J i. two voting people met
n most d ivs, and the Lille si-.ter was to make t ic jcalou-y imponib.e. happy liro uliiigs upon her hu-b.mtl. llf.., Vt.it :in. ,,,ltlin sinmlv to practice,
ohl enough to p'ay prjprietv, and. "li.it if you hatt met her, and. had ' her home, his l.ne and her own, and ljJJt UVTMV. wc :in. bidden to sek oppoi -which
w:i, erhapsof m re importance. ' fallen in love with her," said the girl. ' the cloiulles, sky that overhung th 'ir ' ' ' ' " ' ' . ,J
ivasold enougi to know when shewas' '-and then foun 1 that she iva, an net- j swo-ai iomestie 1 fe. .She was so deep iiui.iia to j racucu u l- noi.-uiipn.
not waiile.1. Anv wanderln:: butterHv ie-..s that would have made no diller- sunk ;h leverlc. and the mosses hjru- i ' '- l":t--c. but "."ct peace, ann ;,r-
wa.s reaou enough for a race wh ch at
leint took tin- si-n-dHe hild loiind a
eorn r tii the lane in whicli her e tier.-,
Ti o M-archer after the phi!onphers
stone had found it but not wheie he
had expected. Every. lung had grown
golden or him. '1 he .s.nule i- povcrtv
str ckeii. ! tit there is no simile winch
will ep:css h . physical wealth of a
..earl wh.eh for the lir.it time has given
!': all Hi substance
tune lor 1 ven eontid'Mices.
were eeli:ing-d. i he seim-
bio child had gone lull tilt round a
leafy cirner. and the young man ami
his sweetueart hmrercd at a -ti e. The
, -. . . ... ...
ciinu e.-trrol ed nun n womlerlul.y
svi: I, shrill voice l.ftv yards away, ami
the calei-talk d. " .
"Voi rem-inber." said Tregaithcn, '
"the dav on wh.eh we li.st mctr"' ,
"ii, -lie anvereil. wilb a delieio'is
.-ivn..s4 II - -ir-bMif en's -.ln I'wiiii.lit
-dm bad never -cen anvihiri" so tender,
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nrder. a.s the. were anil her bas'Mul
g!aii"e met Jor a momeul. and she
blushed a little.
I ws Ivin.-oii the ot:is." Im snM. ,
on the lop of the o'.iii" above the land- ,
ing place, wli n 1 heard vour vo fit. and
it awoke me ' i
"Was 1 o boisterous?" she asked.
smiling, w In her eyes upon the ground.
"No." lie ansvveied. with a little ten
der laugh, which of itself was a lover' .s
Halt' ry, "but it awoke me from a
curious d earn." he added, with an air
of od I leluelance.
"Indeed?" s'he sa'd. qucst'oninglv.
1 regar hen began to vv h m a vague
wav that he had not mentioned this. His
goddess mi dit tint are to know th it
... "" . ...
one oi tier rai est charms nail letmuued
h m of an actress, but. having begun. '
he felt (round to goon; so he spoke
with a fegned lightness, and looked ,
:inve. here rat tier than at his sweet- .
"1 suppo-e you don't know." he be-'
gan, "whit a lovely voce vou have'" 1
She made no lopfy to ths. but sliil
looked demurely on the gi omul at her
feet "When 1 l r-t heard it I was
dreamlng. and I di-linctly heard the
words. Oh. Jupiter, how weary are my
" I hat was
low : giti 1 threatened from iheneir
uture. Kvervbody has experienced '
l..L....u- T I
that ciirous Kcu-ation
"Wh 4t was otir dream?"
"Oh. mv dream!" he answered
was nothing. 1 dreamed 1 was at the
play, and I saw Hosaitud upon the
S e looked at him swiftly, with a hint
of fear ami h df a h.nt of lesnlution .11
her lace: He struck out with a trans.
parent pretence of being perfectly at
1.5. m .l
and cut down a nettle with
"Your vol e reminded me." he said '
aiieraiitti.pa'ise. "ot the mest beau-
tiful vo.ee I had ever heard till then. 1
eve-i t oug t I- reeognied it. and 1
waine.i iioin to nice: vou. aim found
that 1 hail m-.de a blunde.-."
"In mee.ing me?" she asked.
lie laughed again, and their eves
In hers there was a tender tri
of her p rasol was turning
pciioie over ami over one slopped so
that her face was nlden lrom h.m by I
the w:dc-brimn.ed siuuukt hat she
wore. If this were coquetry, ihe
fashion of the day lavored it. for a! the
droop.ng e,!g- of the width of p.a.ted
straw was a fnnge ot tine black lace
It..". ...... .si -. .
siomj iwo or inree ineiies ueep, aim ne
eieti. looking up a; mm. -i sj)oi;e m-ii .m umiwit .scua-i uiiiici uiau ,.Nt e of pco de at large to Imj w iser aUmt sidf-denial, is love, Lsholines-. And
1 .. : . ... ..t 1 I . !... : ..l l
"""" . K l . ur. .r.111 ier.iK-ijii.c's air.irs than tuey are we icnni !... 1U...C(. .....1 ilf,i:ni.-.
"Did you?" he asked, with som- Tregartheu was th one man in the aholll he.V own-h.ing ,n.eil. fn UU ',.,',, l t ,, li,hn'
conru.-ion. All tlrs seemed to l-ave world to her. as a woman's lirst love onc ca e. of egotism's gla-se. and a!- PJl3 ;l P''---'i.MUiHt stand togethei
been se l and done afoietime. and to ahvays is-tliu one possible idol. T e mo,t :i ,vD jvcan scethat. al. hough ns i'-'i-ol'dde sister viitues. Right-
...... 1. .1 i .-yim; din... iniuuis iiim-ii -- .".,,.. j. .w..., .........-. w.uv. me e w..s ulu. e 11 occas on inr a m- timsiiua .um iiL-ituc iiiusL kiss cacn
M. I !... !..... ....-, ... A 1 . I ir.l . m . .- .
,..u -.i .. a a icnuer in-1 vv iinin nine monins o: the.r I.rst atliurs. He had not gone far when ir i--for -v roli-ion thit will si.r the s0uls
nn.ph and gayetv which an-wered her speech with each ot .er the young par cam, into his mind thai th-.jntlitioa fSvtlld' ert
own .jn-stoi fa r.y well, even without became man and wife, an I set 11.1 of aflair however t.nexpected it mi- lt , !1U. , ." ur ?,10.10" . - "-.,l,,s;
tho ad f his, u Inch beamed with ad-, housek comg in Gorbav. Thev ha I an be. was iMr,,!v so trril.l.. n. it b-..l -'-will quicken all rigut impulses and
-.,. ..v ....... 1.. .. i.i.h iu uiraiii-'ni im-iuu-io .some cigiu a res o. vveu- strm'lv uc hat spoken when, as
iau .18.104.22.168, 10. eiv vo.ee had ever timbered ground and mi. rounded by now app. a.ed. h"s wife had wi,Ued to abundant jov. Christianitv
:V "" .:r:. .:. Vk. ..... V. . , rilrrilvus: inx'V. u,l!v" "vett 'Clr t:l!'a n'm ,J,t lKr r...d-nee. After itself as such .-.force of mo
,, , ;,w" , "1W-4V.- "-",ulV'1 """-..ion on iregattuen island ai. theui was no s'.a ur Maine in hav- .,.., ,,,.;, 1, -....i, to
me all dav." Mie w:ls looking on the was to be restored to MinioMi!nr . r iu ; . 1 ... -..! 1 i . -.1 and blcs-mg. it appeals to
ground once mor-. and w.th the po nt for.ner gratule. r. and Mr Tre-arthen l,a? a.. .1 t.,;.,.r. of .., x-....- m- cniitl of God as Having
"" , , ".VTii'T u -a uuwuiv nauuaiuciacnL ceptton upon her. And a.ter all. they rc.u.re. and there need be no
to see her face. C011M he havo .een it Jrcgarthen after many atlecuonate . we e ma, and wife, an I he loved i.er a -f nMenJc because there
lie "oud not lave laded to noli, o how di putes. took the monev. ! h-hid never loved iu von ly n h's lie coniHitnte. oeauae mux
tHxshed H was, and what a look of fear "WhaWver is mine "is yonra." he I before, or could hope" to love a scco id seemi! oflen so PinM a Isck of
and shame was n her eyes. raid, "an 1 whatever is youfs is mine, j t.me. The revelation he had surprise I strength r.nI resource. It point; to an
"Who was 'tho lady." slic .-uked. It is like the rlgat hand g.ving to tho I wa- It Uiin" to be male tho b st of -to idfalVtate, tiie radiance of whose glorr
"waose svo cc so reemiilsd mmc?J left j be ur.leto d a-id accepted once for tranS:gurcic anv present condition, how-
-A Miss ( hurch II saidTregarthon lVc.sc.y.". sa'd his w'fe well all. and then buried and 7oroUer cver drk and ', ni0ytfIy it mw be It
A delightful actress The most Pleased, and t in :in h t(xt n-i .!. .t r .... 1 , ierao.aim umoici u iust dc. ji
isttilil Mi- ftai.I r tl llnrm lit.? 1 I..-. t..ifit.i. .- t.t , T 1. !. .1 . !.l. ai.
1 . charming actress 1 ever saw." It
" , . -,--. -,-.-,. - . . V " 11J -i B I L sBa-wiIIkl
6cemed necessary to make as much
as might reasonably be made of !
Miss L.hurclr.li perfections lo excuse .
anv comparison, nowevcr inviai
.. ;.-:..i k. I
tween her and the "woman
: ; 1.;. ' "; I
who not only was not an
n aclre-s ami
wis m.nt!.ivnninn. hnt wns aUo nnl
ot course, bavond comparison with '
-- .v pv v .- -v..-.., -,-. -- -- ...v- -...
anr'rii.lr. ! kw hir nkv ltnilin !"
he hurnci on, "and sinco the tirst
words I heard you speak were tin? tirs: .
words I heard vou speak were tin? hrs: .
rordsIhecnl"her pek, U10 raseia-i
bianco of the Toices was accidentall.
"Did voti -i-h very much to see Miss
Churchill?" asked the young lady.
"Were you erv much interested ;n
"Xot at all." cried Trcgarthcn.
eagerly. "I had forgotten her -until I
heard the voice."
"Were you disappointed when you
found that it was only me?"
"Only yon!" said the lover. and
would not cocdc-cend to add to that
simple but sufficient disclaimer, except
by pos3e-.sng himself lir.st of her hand
and then of her waist. For awhile she
bent her head and refund to allow hlra
to steal the merest glance at her face.
uui, ny and by she tunl uj on him
I gent'y and gazed full in his eves for a
lllomt'Ilt. whilf. fliT lifrt.ri V.....I...I lt,...f
"- - " ,.--.-.- .......
pausoii, out me verv
. fedent-e was eloquent
I 'Have loved on?"
V?" i cou,a nti tl?
1 could not have lalJeu in lore
aclr.s-." It heeiind to him
; that there might be a touch of jeak
jn the anr.eal.'and he wai in th; in
t in liii: :itii-iii. iiiiii i.i; nm in in ififiriii
...i..l .....1 I .. .. . ... al .
to he lender to all love's fancies how -
ever shadowy and unreal they might
i "Why not?" she asked. "There are
many good uouien who are actresses,
I Xo doubt,' he ansiws'e I. lightly.
"Many. Hut you rub the bloom from
' the peach if vou handle it ever so rcnt-
, ly. An actress gains something more
than moit women hojie lor or eaie for.
but she miiit be content to l.i mihw.
. thing -a delicacy a linencis which is
not so easy to describe, but means
- much to a man with any relinemeut of
, miml." "
He was far from being actually d's-
honcit in saving thi-. an I vet he was
ary jea.ou-y oi the actress moved him.
ctu'o to you?"
"Ve-." he said, gravely, as if consid
ering the matter, "a Acr.ous diller-
I fancied men thought differently."
she said, wi h some littl
Lie h :it of .i -orn
"I fancied that tliev did not altogether
cire so much for those of us w. olive tirciqt.e young man. in accents of de
iu Hie little giove ot houselmhl caros lighted surprise. "1 was assured the
and smtil nccompIMimenti, and sil.y ! vvo:ld was nut ndiijo-.i cf you. but lam
jos a id sorrows." " amaed n hnd vou here; ama.ed and
"1 .shall ask you to achieve no out-of- ' charm -d."
doois greatness." Tregarthen an-
.svrercit loudly; thougli vou are more
lit t shine in the world's eye than anv
tiier worn m now alive." The young
man was not a fine nidge of verse, and
.. .,..,',.., t .
u wa naiurai 10 iiuiiii i ie i.aureaie .s
outpourings infer or to th ..se of the '
woman he himself was in love with, i
"lie a.s great a. you will, but shine at
home, my dear; "and let me worship,
That was :i orettv nrnrramini nnd
... -.--. .-, . .
the girl found no fault with it as it ap-.
plied to her own prospects. lint
hail rather now much rather that her ,
future husband should have thought j
belter of Mis- Churchill's nr fe.s-.ion." It'
was clear that he suspected nothing, J
imagined nothing, but it wa a pain to '
have a secret, tlu ugh it were as harm-
less a.s her own. Ki r Mis? ChurJiill.
though an aetres. was as pure as a
, . " . ,1. i ' . .
:Jaisv. and nobodv knew better than
Mi 1'nrmi.r linw'litlln ovil Mm tM.r,. .
had taught her. though titeic are mill-
i ns who know inlitiitely better how j
much evil it has the power to tea -h. ,
One unavo dable result came out of
this conversation. Miss Farmer buried
Miss Ghtirchill. and resolved t at he
actress snould know no ie-urroction
ii... . i . . . .. t .. i '
im mcii vis people uniainy or secret ly
entombed with fears and suspicions
hanging about them have a prescript-
live right to do) Miss Chine .ill as-
sumed g!iost-l ko am and revisited the
upper world and peoplwl the seMou's
lite with unreal terrors. Tregartheu
had taught the girl to love him. She
had be 'ii an apt and willing pupil, and
had learne I to love him well She was
of a large and generous nature, all'ee-
t.onate rather than pa-samaie. but in-
elmed to cling to the ob.ect of her
alVection with lifelong teuacity. 1 here
women who vvoald not have
bevond expression: the mere fancy that
-"he might sink his love was scarcely
I.11.1 .. 1 .1 V.1.A . . v lm -k . . n I ...!
bearable. She s. honored and rev-
creneea ami love inn m-.t she was
forced to e'eecive
good moralitv, but is admirable fenii
........1.: ... .. ...1 rs-i
umoui uui u.i. iuu v.ow....
am lbe county beyond the lim ts of j
Gorbay discussed it an I on the vvaole
were content with it.
might have looked highor in sp.t;of
thosj ol I regimental ec pa les of his
ior uie lasi scion 01 one 01 incomc-i
hou-is n that part of Knglan I. wheie
for the last
"ou-ia ; are -o mnaan-.y old. might
think him elf almost any man's 0111.1I.
He was not a m.llionahv. but he had
enougn, ami ne was unusually person-
able. Kx erv body was persu.uled that t
ine maicn. irom m-m rarmer s po ut 01
. J. 1. .1.1 .t ( Ul.lL U'Jl.lU UV IIUS.IO.I.
j exquisitely appointed house, s'ami n
... . . . . ."
Mie ms.sted on having so mnuential a
hand in it hat she p aced tae whole o.
her ..wn mode-t fortun in her bus-
ba id s hands and Lade him niakj that
" Ion bring rac the grandeur of an
old name," sae . said, "and 1 ciinito
nave my . share in its honors. If vol
on -e. By the beginning of July "the
I ui.ders were at vvork. aud the vonn-
couple had great joy in cross ng" from
Gorbav Head to lrcga tl.en. :.nd watch-
;..., .,- i. ...i .... .u.. .i ....
l"5ZZZ e C: - "V "" J ?ll I
sntigiy invested. a:id there wn ample j
tns to L-..,n th,. lor ti...l !,... jA . '
...v-... -i n - .... ..- .. . aavsavw Sit
n'iismable st-ite. Meantime, ia other I
wiifi'rs ilirv utr. f-n nnt ti r.t -. .Yi I
and -. rs. T egarthen wrote industri-1
ou-lv a a ronianje on a I irg scale.
0111 v a a ronsanoe 0.1 a I irg scale. '
determia d not to coct hex hu.Laad a
pea y ia drensw. anrl to win an anonr-
lame, of which he. who alost
snould have the Mcret. should be af
prood a she was of him.
Via.tor came thickly to Trew.nrihc
that ftmimr. ome who had sr ho!og
ical tastes, from afar, Ixmt on st-elng
tne house once !eioro it assumed it
new form. It wa no matter f.ir stir- ,
1ri'. therefore, when a couple of sturdy
o.itmcu pulled over a party of ladiei j
and jent.emc:i, with a fat and spec-
tnclcd f-avantat their head, and the fit
and spectacled one Wgan to wander
about among the atones and the mor
tar, delivcr.nir a little lecuiro to his !
followers as he went The married
pair were in the habitable part of tha
house, and at tho moment w en tl:
boat grounded at the es-gute, Mrs.
Tregarth n was receiving a con!ess7oa
snameiacuncas. now lie liau Kei
m -ight after he iartel from her. It
wa- not. from anv .-tand point but her I
J o n, a d-ed to Le rewarded, but sue
ki-ed him for it with all her heart, and
j they went g:i ly out together for
.. . -. i. . I . .. 4 k.. ..f . tl . ...r... !...
i:liii:iii rin t;ii t-iiii' i.i-.fjrtr Liii-v
I started .Trufrarthen took a look at tho
approaching party through the; single-j
"We can go out with a clear con
science, mv dear, ' he said; "there is no
one we know anion.: them."
They hail no. left the house long
when an arch. tect's clerk came racing
after tliein. and asked Tregarthen'.s
presence. The arch tect himself w:w
: on the ground, and desired hi- opinion
on nome otie.-liou or another which
could only be decided on the spot
"Walk" on." said Tregart'ien to his
wife. "I shall over'ake you."
She ansvvere.l with a smilo and a
' nod. and ramble 1 slowly over fit .
, verdurous slope-, and enjoved tiie fresh j
the iott mos-e-. aurrenuereu nerseii io
about T7T"n -o soft
and thick tlu'.t a
wandering 'cvtstep near at hand fn:!e I
to rca h hci ir. and she wa- a little
sttnled to neA a uictureitiue voting
i man baring 1H head before her with aa ,
almo-t ih at rival a.r o: horn ige.
".Mus I hiirelidi. sa il Hie p ct
Mio did net recognie him. and arosn
wun some m...gti:u on atiue iamu.ar.iy
of his tone, rite was -tariicu by Jus
sudden coming, too. and at the lirst
flash she saw danger in the pre.s nee of
i... i. ..ii Mr... "M...-..a.
.i" m.iu nmi u.m uuunu .ui uuuiuu-
"I am Mrs. Tri'garllicn, sir." sli3
said, haught.lv and coldly,
1 beg iiardon." said the plcluresquo
I vomig man, sit l stanuiug li.r in nana
before her. I can not be mistaken. I
had ihe honor to nic-t you at Mho
..... . . .
rror. an" n line is .uar.-.n lionaia
I owed the p'.easii.e to Lorri-
"I have no recollection of the
eumstance-," she said, even more cold-
ly than I efore.
Mr. lt nald Marsh smiled with no
touch of embarrassment. It was a ht-
tie .dd that there were pit .pie in Iho
i i i i i .i . .. i
world who d d n t leap at thecharuo.
of t.ilkm' to him. but the fact W.1-. in-
di-pntablo, an 1 i.e w.ts u ed to it.
"1 beg your pardon aga.n." he said,
with a gr icvftd wave of his tombrsro.
"At least I may have the grnti.icntlon
ot being a sured t at I am not n i rror
m asum n ; you to be Mis L iiurchnl.'
"1 wasli-slWiurchill. sir but I haM
!...:..... . . :...
in uwn iu ie.mi.iu .-iu ,11.1111 lanuu nu
any person who knew me by that
Mr. IloinM Marsh llus'.ed to tho
roots of his hair, and douu-'d h s -on-
brcro vv.th a final bow. Mie moved past
him with lla h ng eyes and head i reel.
and sweeping thus round the ed. oof
the great bowlder, met Tregartheu fao
Husband and wife looked at e.neh
other for a m -incut and then the wile's
Iro ped gu It ly.
It is eha-acter-
mestie siene. thete vv:
,rani tf. .)0's; -Ul!1 (,f
" ... . a
is no reason to ro-
f th ngs as bein
..ti .IK- tri.ri Yon
oil must endure j
tea- vourse f frona
Vom. ul.:iri,.- j, if
-... .. j
vour sob r sen.-es.
lint the one thing that
sta.cd e .ch of
these i ceil 111 tiie f.iee was u lifltn
. . s
.l!ia .nov.table s,par:w 0.1.
"1 have deee ved him," sa:d the wf(
w th such a coid an-'insh of icnent.ine
- " - n - ' - - - I'
j.s et).,ld only come of dete -t 0:1.
w; 1 never b lieve me nor love
is jjj;3 thin"
euough to convict her. and he turned
aw ..P icv as he wis to look -it he w 1-
t r.i.i of Iihuse.. in fe t tint he w- 3
not to ba irnste I with m-uie words II.
xvoi j r0 :iWav. titer dore. and won d
i,mk ,unv buSt to bcMr j,ims ,f , lh ,
I terr.ble and uns.K-peete I condition ot
seemc I at lirst. He beg-n to thin: how
Church II. with w.iom hiswifu ws now
hl,t tied, wnic, were hide jus if titieor
po.-db.e: but he kn vv them to Lc f iU..
The more he thou-ht abou it the more
he was persuaded anew ot what he Ii d
alway - known as only a lover k owj
anv.h nt; -the p.irit.- of his wie"s rain I
aud h storv. S..e had d-ce ved h m m
one matter, at faen ho ii.it! (..nv.1 ile
The BrtMh Muum conta ns na
I almanac M ea oSa. which proes
1 !.. . .1.. 1 . .1. . - - -"-
cui ci5iit-i .ii.-it uej aac cm, r ui...n
l.kcU i be gulled as ell a.;he mod r.
r:.mong other matter; Hit
TOts ul"cs P-.1 OT ,,a -"C wcim-
.1 . crfor the vcar following its pullicatioa
A Cal'fornia hen-raaeh kerpi
A Cal forma hen-raaeh kerps tot j
!is busy ffatbe lag in tLcegi j
" A SAFEGUARD.
TTiJnk on tbe thlnx"-rs:n. (r. rltL
Wncn the 'az&oyt, acnlly fgillaf,
V iiioper tliKt tho dzr done:
Ami ihMorc.r Uc'uU Imre Tml
Wjtb tU jeiUnx of :lii tun;
Dnnc ikmk in ih?ck tto C.ver
For the b.'eos.nx' of th day?
If our bvsiti wcrq mora like Jcat
WouM we e'er forxet to pry?
If our heart wrrc crcr prayerful.
Would tra tJieo no.ott conp.aln?
We jbnll lrarn Ih-tl nl im oms-U uJ.
lioth the URLtiic ncd thj rla.
If our lire were ever Joylul.
E-rr ctcJv. bn;ltatn! snyC
Wo'jlJ we ovrrlrn to Jovp film?
Would our l;t v er Ieat n to vnyT
God li: eer in 111 w.mToin
Lend to u whi't Is tripiiiod
Forour 1.00U, and we rimy ti-ut III,
Ket 15 Mel,ittO li.ctiieJ.
Ieer will He lay ution u
I-oatl ioi Iicrj to Lc born:
Ihotirli the u "nl tc dar nnd diear.
I.'clit returnclh w.t! tbe morn.
Ccudb wli ch have a i.ver limn?
Oft aredrrk to ii'ort.il eri.
Till tlj atac ous Hand wii.ch formeJ th?m
Tu.ii tiiem ient!y In the xVsy.
Then look up! Heboid iir Ms.ter!
If uiuiiirdfiil for oat lj-.
ioir.c tcdiiilut.oii way Mail us.
Lejt we outer, wr.tch nnd iuay."
j International Sunriay.School Lessons,
( iij:.t qi..iit:i: ifSJ.
, jBn. nt-rpiirs in i.i.b.nn . nan. i f?:
J .. . ie l-ier huriinct Pan. o. ICC?
eb li 'lh Uuiiuwr.liUKOU the
V'.ll .D.in .- 1-U. Z'-
V. -t 'M.e Mteti.: 'Iiuijile iril H;a p i
.-ti 'J Niiim :ti s r.ticr . l. : -il
Vrr ". Ilrml ir tiie J.uw :e'i. s. I-l.
Mr 11 I -tt'-r . I Mii'ou t.Kliu-r i.lu-l':. J. 11
'm CI - ,r- .tu n .Vt.cti;.-i..Val ''. 1-1. 4 -C
y,.t rv Kelt '. SciV.ee of Sonar. Mip-iou-
uiy. V-mie r.oico r other l.CiJju stltc-tel
b) the icuoul.
A Virtu TlKt X-nU to TU Falllir.illy
It is a Jewiih saying that other virt
, mr it;' and it is curious that this re-
j rnarkallc command is thought worth
,.,.,....:.... ..u.. ... .i... - '!,.
,,,,..,. . ,,, .
. i ;tuu Hint .lues isoi. .x ; iJicsctl ate
er.ceable, but "jj.e3-.cu arc
IVace, peace! It was the word .Testis
spake to taeorn:. He was the IVince
of Peace. He chose a da of peace to
come to eaith, when no trum pel called
ti:e armed throng. His advent vva?
proclaimed with "IVace on earth!"
IVace. peace! It is the orderlinc
nf the world, of nature, of the stars, of
Heaven! It is the slate of God. the
peace of God. It is tin; bli-s of man.
"God found." savi an old writer, "no
vessel that would hold as much hle-Mii"1
as peace. And so it is said. 'When
h': Lo!il w""" ft"v length to His pSM-
p then tiie Lord will bieas His people
Is there any other virtue so constant
ly inculcated in the Uible as is j'0'i."
"The fruits of ligliteousness are so.v.
in place of them that make pence."
Thev are "pi-acctble fruits of
eousiic.ss." "To be .spiritually minded
i, ,..... ..-n.,. k--,. t, , . "t - ,
's !eace. "J he ivuiguoui of liod is
i'ace. H.Olt halll cal.cd Un to
jieace." "bod is not the author of
confusion but of peace, i" all the
churches of the saints." The com
mands for peace are many times re
treated: Tray for the peace of Jerusa
lem;" "lie at peace among your-
cli-r.-..' t :.... ..,..,.....,1.1.. ..tit. ..it
""'Wi ji. iiciicmn u
men;"' "Follow the things that make
or ..:jCC;' "Keep the unity of the
s hil n t,(. 1n,s f ',, ....
111 ourselves and peace with one
1 amdher; ' "lie of one mind, livcin
pence, nnd the God of love and peace
shall be with you."
We suspect that there is no viittie
that needs more pre: c.iing nowaduy
than peaceabieness. To have one's
ow U:,.v trood; oul to let some one
else iiave his way is better; for that is
other. They can not be divided. The
Saviour from sin i the 1'iinccof IVace.
Mv.ichi0liuk h Kin of S:llen whi ,,
... . . . ., ... , ... .
' "lI" "unl',"-,. inen-iugor i.igiu-
: 1...: :i .i .... i.-? r .., .
eousness is King of peace. A'. Y. lr.de-
A HELPFUL RELIGION.
Tiie Vital Force ot ClirlstiNniljr to Inspire
nnd Mote the Heart of lcu to Iticht
Ilev. Dr. Kugg. writing under this
head, savs: "What the world nlost
needs is a rcii-Ion charced wiMi power
' lcl,!n c'argL ' I oner,
a rclon capable of moving the hearts
-"-ii soma, nicy win uecomc imiincu
wl" the utmost of energy ami pcr-
s-stence with which to apply themselves
to the true work of life. The demand
u,l lo ,,eroic acuon. thus msiinng
a failiiful service out of which proceed
man as a
good-as created ior an immor
tal, even a heavenly de.itiny and on
ths ground it asks him to do the moil
and best of which he is capable. It as
sures him that he does not work alone
in the rendering of true service, but
that God is wiih all faithful souls to
uphold and aid a the emergency mat
; ministers to a fnith within the soul a
ffr?a itTfI irr?ao-rv tttr . !. r$
... fc .A, , . .
,IunS """en-ana uirou-u urn power
t.rtlrt li lit- tf limit litfTi't talv
- --- ....,....... .,,.
EereMnff o vital a force in the way
of a direct produetlrene. of moral
, ,. .. , , ., . J
of bgnt and s.wectnes-. thereby uapart-
my a htavenly blesseoness. Thw wre-
ly Is the religion that helps the world
J a , . ""' 1
to bitter thingn. Witnont ks pnl-
tioa thtre wonM be less af .wortLv
erttot nnd leas of aable accomplUk
eat Take away it eonftraiaiag,
stiraulating power and the work of life
become drudgery, for the chana of
hope is no longer prcent. and there U
no lofty consecration of toil such aa
now constitutes iu redeeming feature,
Let n be glad then that ihe religion
which Christ taught and illustrated haa
thin vital force that it roovra the hearts
rxt n.nn mn fl"t . 1 1 r nttil rtin tn
l .ft... f.v .,... . a.. w m... wr
aeiiM. of duty that thu it is ever a
r.nr!. nf I.11 tnrmrtnn. Oh th.it
men might realize tiie need which true j now use a prepared fertilizer made of . t-cl may ho jenr ro!j &- I ff4
rcligion supplies, the helpfnlue it ira- j bone (ground to a powder) and blood. ', mg fowl. PlacI by Uai?df ?)
parts, the fullness of life which comes which U drilled into the wheat land will loar mof -
from the practical following of the ' in the apring. at a cot of one dollar ba they natowHy rejnlr to a.Jt !
Lord Je.-u Chritt!" J and twenty-tive c.nt per acn-We-:- digetion. and tn help ia foRHmtk
. em farmers would hardly thins thrv , ahtJU oJ e-y. Yn's farmer.
Good Out of Seeming EvtL could afford to .pend one dollsr nl it i a rninmv! offenvi by law !
As we go on thToih life, if we have : wen:y.Hre cenu per ace m mannnn- the Sta of Xew York to feed aiilcV
learned our" ea.oi well, our dissjw rnP- Tlfr pr.ee of crop, would ; cow. on "bwer a sraia' or ad t
pointments have leu and K.,s bilter. ' "O" Iv tue ouilny. even if enon-b mSttt the nvU drawn within Sfia
nessforu,. Looking back over p,t . CouM beJta?ne1 ' ' P be . or !iv dara after partari
Pr!M,w,. we ...... how the .ktllful port.on of the land. S e must therefore lion. ct thec grain, an. dipped ta
:':,.t r r-r.,1 k j...i, rrx ..f
tlt.il4 f UO H.-.1 uavaia v-a vh w
so rniich that seemed a marring and a
failure; and. thus taught, we learn to
expect the sHine in other cases. This
is (Jod'.s wav of dealing with us. Well
for us that it should be so! What a
ruinous failure life would be for uif
even tiling were allowed to remain
just as it pases from our bauds. Hat
the M-.ttT tnke. up our poor efTorts at
living, aud by His touch transmutes
blemish into beauty. Hence it is that
grow ing faith fears less and less, as it
goe- on. from the .seeming misfortune..
and calamities of life. .Somehow, some
time, good will come out of tiiem all;
for (Jod rules, and the key-note of His
providence is love. " I know the
thoughts that I think toward thee,"
saiththc Lord, "thought of peace.and
not of evil." S. H. Times.
The Sabbath and Workingmen.
Intelligent workiugmen are begin-
cj r t
niug to see that there is danger r.t the
total abrogation of the day of rest, and
a Chicago Jew proposes the foi million
ofa-WorldVlJav-of-Iteat league." The
mover -avs that human rapacity is be
............ . .. ...... .. S...i ....!.., .1... ........ '
I UlltIM'' -311 'KIJ..b illllk I.IIIUIV. llli: 11 1.11 H
ingii.cn ta.ee measures to preserve a
uiiitorm day ot rest tney may lose it al
together. He proposes to hi own
brethren that in the. year lyOO a ropre--ontative
convention will be held, and
tiie Jewish Sabbath be then authorita
tively transferred to the national or in
ternational dav of rest. H
the case not as a re.ig.oiis quo-lion, but
rather as one of phy.sieal need. The
. a . .
"V""'U"l"""P .i...v... "-
tention to the fact that the growing des-
eeratiun of the Sabbath was r. menace
'..: I .... ...
.o,w, i ,...,... ..,.!,..... i ....
inteiv.ls they should jealously protect
:.. ?.... r. ...t...: r n
its .s.,e.e;...e.ss .., wumuuu.-i. "
'lis sermon on the career of the
.." Mr. II. It. (.'lallin, Mr. lleeeher
remarked: "Hiches have no power to
confer peiiii:uient happiness witiiont
moral character. Animal appetites may
ne gorged by tnem, Imt a man can not
i... e ... ...- i.
ue ten nieieiy u money. ineie is an
inipre-.-ion t'uat money-getting is a
game, just like a game o chess, and
that a man may move the pieces as ho
plensc.s; tiiat he may disregard the
right of others with impunity; that all
is fair in the game, aud all is fair, they
think, in the game of producing money.
Thousands and thousands of men there
are who suppose they are merchants
wiio are nothing but gamblers or
thieves. For a man that gels money
without giving to the community an
equivalent for it is a thief. Men are
hound to give an equivalent for every
thing which they receive. A man that
scrv. s I imself must so serve himself as
that he .shall srvo his day and the gen
eration iu which he lives."
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
There is an old saying that the sons
of minister of the C.nspel are worse
than all othersons. There was never a
more groundless charge. Wilmington
(A. C.) Morniwj Star.
When we pray to be helped we
should ask for the improvement of Ihe
faculty that will enable us to help our
selves. It is not a new use of con
science, judgment, imagination we
need, but a better use of them.
The proud man hath no (.od; the en
viou man hath no neighbor; the angry
man hath not himself. hat good,
then, in being a man, if one has neither
aa ... ...
liiniscii nor a nenrnbor. nor Uod.
In all charity bplicve that your
brother desires to hold only Christ's ,
truth; but do nnkc ure that you hold
it yourself, whether he holds ft or not.
This is tiie best undeuouiiuationalisin
in the worid..S)tfn79.
,, , . ..."
lieu-inng 10 inc stones oi mere -
, . , .
ligintK cnaractcr of some prominent
. ,i .. , ........
iiiv.ii. i-i.v.ini wi;u.cu, iii: itti tfuun
Index remarks. "When a man s piety
can never be seen except by a uol-
, . ... , ..
iiiwin-iu t-ji.iiiiauon we nave no conn
deuce in it."
'11... lr.,- . M . 1
haven; but if she stops the motion of
, ... . f ....
uer ningf. men siraigiilway ahe fails.
t .-.,. , " J.
.v i ik ".in iiuu miu wrivs 11 uu r.av-
. .. . J . -
cr is lh movement of the wing.s of th
."' "; " "ue "r cu?ru" ";
"'" J,4'l-,C4 "c "" "' w,
.... .. ..
xie m serves mammon wan nw
esiatc. can not poss-ihly servc l.od with .
...s MV. W rur , UIfJ nc-iw,en wor- :
amp of God, a acrificewithont aheart
. accoaniaa onnnou-j. so n ts ;
vr,uw woreoip 01 mm. a neart
wiuiou. a saennce wortniese ana wn-
pcrU'ncnL- io5erf 5tt.
I aay. witiiont seeking, troth caa
not oe anown at all. It can neither be
..w-. .iU4i. Fuipiii, nor act uown im -
article., nor in am wrlci. "nrniivi1 )
AT.a1 To- ...??. . a -1 ? 2
rt;cleji, nor in anv wise "prepared and
aold" in package, ready for use.
Truth must be gTouad for erety aaaa
by himself oat of itahaak. with eoch
help aa he caa get. ;adeed. bat ao.
vithcut sterrt labor al hie aara.-jK-
WlUaat MmJi Km
Aa a rule the farmer of Illmei. taA
probably of the entire West, have fid
bat little attention to either tasking.
j aving or using manure. Heretofore
the deep. rich, black soil has not teemed
to require manuring, but the time haa
evidently now come when thU ntat b
. attn!-d to. f hir. tiiat mrt a friwnrl
wm . -- - --.-.- - .. m .... w i - - ... -,i ..
' from my old home ia Wentexn New
York, who v that th farmrr then
f ' antl niake nd "ve al lh manure
we can to uie on our land. If we could distributed among the milL-pruduecL
jut a good jiortion of our tillable laud . Toronto Mail.
in wheat and oat, wo could um- tne Au KngUfh echang s.xy Ko aa
straw for bedding in the hore -t..b!r-. jraaJ eAn tit ,nij ea. a, lhc ,Am Um
and then cover the barn-yard-, so a- to Trne .jje or, ore. ajj crQn?Jin- al
make a large amount of manure. Thii fceti time ,a0oj,i aroidwl. The d
is done at the K.xst. where all tock li ,n. :o .ca1 fo0il aboul ,j OBj-
J kt'Pl oIth,'r in bam or due yard pro-
cctcd by aheds. and thettraw tprtad '
. over thtJ wholr Mtrfaco so a to make it
, dr snd comfortable at the mine iiraa
" lar amount of manure. Hull
' uc in HHiiom can not rahe vrlteat. and I
i our nly supply i the oat .-tniw. In
about four ca-o out of six our farmers
thrah their oats in the field where
thev grow; the straw is .-tarkud there.
nmi ' ' lrt i drawn to the
barn :uui u"l'u for bedding horses, hull
j nave uever seen a case vvnere any at-
temnt was matle to cover the bam-
vurd. I know of one small fann vrhere
tive straw stacks are standing on thirty
. . . -
acres, and vet tito. stacks at
withm sixty rods of tho barn-vard. '
. They are left to elt'e and decay
I by time, and r. long tinio it take, too.
! lt is also quite cuiimo
ion to st.uk tnu,
t some dttanci
hav in the meadow a
. a .
t mini the barn, and alnu
a :Um)mU lft al
some of the stacks are fr
rot down bv time and tii
(All tho hay,
Now this is all wrongJ
oats and wheat, when r:
i broug.it to the barn, th'1
i.kts to be o
stacked as to stack the
.iw In apart
iky cloie by.
f .j l.nrii-VMr.l. tn.1 ll
! -- ----.- --.- .-.--, ,.,
if no. ft tho ban
d. al tJl. t
'Viien, ns ths
I it can. If not
. f,.,I smil ,e,l , tJlu U
pe spread In
ill g a larger
fcu tock are
ground in so
and there ii
)f the winter
S a Ma .
, Ul, barn.v:,rU alu, bv
, a . nMi:trc wlll f1R
This can be done even
, slU, , u, ,
and stalk-lields when t
fror.en a, to admi? of
generally a large po;t.
season when thev mils
' jiicept oil uie
-4 hay can be
't the tune ia
In Uie Weat
-tra and wm
l m colder
Ten all the
era' ..lock can
lields. Then the straw
i used. It is my opitr.o:
not far diatnut vviien s
vvill be confined to bar
j tered. a in the Ka.l
. nortiiern countne
- I. I... .1.
manure made bv the frJ
be xaved and used wind
Eastern farmers buy $
r to winter.
stabled in bain;, fori
making manure. Th
raided on the farm i
rotiht to the
barn wheat, oats. '' hay (for
M'ed) nno lieaits amipt ten thrashed
i all saved and fed ou
tiie corn-stalks and In
comes the barn-yard
feet deep, lt may be
fanner can't do this; j
but he can certainly n:
liM. If till- be follow
lips not fully,
cruse of all ho
im for a few
years, the farmer vnll
two ways tirst, hv
hi Kurpriaeu in
e amount of
autire he has made, Bid kecond, by
tne increase in ins l
and hav. Cor. '!ncat
Pratt Uals" 1 ltr-!-4
stj-lc .: C.d
Velvet is verv mt'clil
in combination with al
and other traii-parend
bodices have velvet fad
I . . . -
to form a bertha,
added to the phor.
tlar face are
rt-e-. and tin
now 4 oi vcivet to col
-tirl r.. -.
T ' rf
here and there. b
among the cloud-liko
. . a . .
a pretty mro cn
from V.ir.s has .-. re
J creani-winie ve.v. a
i faced n jth onh ln
- . S-
k of oearlf .
wun a nei.ca no
Str.ns of anv ,-.rt at
ixitted. and a
clu-ter of -niivlJ. bdt
I atr.t-h tin la
cream wnite ar ml
:4ed above the
j coronet v.-'u-t r. nnmb
i bUe ''vet bow-.
! grctte.s made o.' t
I two fragile
al Hem. with
!,,'n.r, r-!ui Pa1 P"da
' ., . MLt
coil ii r resed vrvBk jg the IcadmsT
- . . . - c J . ,. .
tyie in na.r-irr.nrJij low Grectaa
. T-..1.-. 1 1- .
r.:i . .. ...- .....
1 ,.,. , .
ihe iatfcir mou" of
. , ,
-figing ihv hair
is ioi.owe : .'ma. c
Ige. sca&on at
season, of .u.
.luicoa who are J
! satislied tliai!.:- . rJh
ia are mot oe ;
' ,. S ... v
t:on to ..ir ..--an..?.!
hair-dre.ing. anu ave
.. . . .
thought or worrv m t
, Vft. . tr " ..
of coitfurc h found aot becotafdgi
there arc now
number of pretty
and bscoming modes
-.- ,. . - -, --,...
in:c u ,re. On is called ia
..L-ah" stv.e. m which thhair - xft
combed to the crown c.l :h had am!
th-a t, a r-r tr'wi- k....t.' ....
s.- ..- . .. ...-. .JWr.i,u i
Ls then made of the satire I-ngth of the
hair, and whea comptd this L !aSd
;n -1 ru-n titirter'-. nTt Vr.,r ;.. t- I
sou sbotc ioe wavea iroai. j 1
I i . . !. ,1
large jeweled coasb i b4 at th back
jar. woere the hair b Srt tied. Fee f
anoier styie. use fcitr uiM, tnem c 1
.--w, -ti ..-.- tt. .,. tk. v. s i
.a . i
poed a!Lovr the crow a of the head ia f
coils or soft loops, theee held al
by heau-pini wiUi "electric" diaa-srad. I
VP.iii evealag dree hloadea wear t
iiii-ij;i u pcaiu iiitaua9-i waa iMaa 1
..-:- . ..- '-. .. t a .!.
eoits; bnaaettee ebc- fcmeia- X J".
- a -1
t- -aT w
" BH i: jj
-Mont fanaem ajrrv
yWJa aa4 Mlftjaf po!alo are
favorably Su4 wImm ZTWW fmm
the aaaie iecaf graaaJ taroai
.-. m ff
l n accr?toa. mum iW
' Bone Weal ad cniil
the mdk dbtrict by the car-load
lxn tj,. mj makn ordinary cta
Cjut. Keep them out of temptation
by gitiiig plenty of yard room aa
plenty of matigrr room"
i, u noi pi.- a,,t cj- t,: u,.
warnie- the animal, of all kind- ata
kept, the more that cold atdl air, and
cipc-cially that coM mun air. I kept
away tmtn their hodir. the le- foad
they wdl rrqitire. and thr mor of it
can they us m layin1; on fleb. pro
dttclng milk. roHng wool and manu
facturing , and o on. -.V. Jf.
; ,T " w ". " "v l ,", " ' 77
; with a aIii-!oop at one -nd Into hi
, ' , . ....
niotiin over ine upper jnw ann b-'qi; oi
the tuks. He will toluniariJv throw
hiniN-lf baekwanl and tnns draw tiie
tint. fi.fl.fli -ir-.!....! 1.1 v t
,v-i .iwi. ...i,.. w. ,-
., ' . , , ,',. J
throwing thu othr end of th rope
. . .
arounu a nim, or ania r envrrenr.
. ... . . . . . . . ,.
. '" e iiuu . nene xoa nnn. Htm.-
eat w.iie of the farm re-
Uaophed enoryy !bor
the vvrong time.
in the Wfkar td.sre. ire-!
hoed up in the ifWj aft. r the have at
tained a height ot&two i'lr.-e. xrhra
they ought to have bai dc-t.ov.Ml im
mediately after germtiHtitau nl the
great point in this MlnatUtiUl e. it U
easier to avoid the waattae it U le
practice it, Ctecclnud I.ewU
Although weeds will
When the ground It covered by"
aud Ice, thiii Is the aeaon when
are largely apread by be.H blown
Icy glare acruft tlin tteldx. ThU i
pecially the way in which attrik a(
wild carrot are dlsetJhatvrt
farm to farm. Theae am all ttieili
adhere to tha mud atlnehed to
wheels and can thu4 be cartlrd hmg
ditance. 4mrn'ciM Cfirrfs".
Mr. SpaHldinjc atated at the Jala
meeting of American nurwr) ntea thai
for applying the wax in fjutilHg ha
ed Mae cottaa vara oked la haft
wu V i --L I J i vaiamw Ia HLj$
" wta.wTHi if" f ..-!rr.
ia mc la.aaia jw-r : ;
w"Bi wp Hla! VHS VWfm
the ataek imwediately farwani 4
badders whea the Wrk lift
bat If the earth ie removed .
before, the bark cee ta lift
If the butU hare been tim
tho thlckeuiuz of the W t-s
catw theia to adherylwHwr W
atock. A', r. HtrnU y
Am AjrlMltarai Mna U Sa
There U MMeh to learn ia
fattening of animals. The
poriAiit irnm m iaa nm WM' f
ocx growiag mm xaigeaia
.e . ' - mr
waaiBi? $mn n$ xfUx tmf
b.Utc!r' ? iu " WWV
. f i
dereloa the aiHfc.a.aVarr. U fmtimW
1 make the at oat anie: aad k ------ -
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t sawea- Af
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ij superior tea-e-raay MiiaaJ, m Imk, a
bonaet direct teudtd tor bret-Uag-wt al W aa
n crown of ! Ptd. Xatre mwt vm m
k coronet brim I to W ? j54oiid eat trttf jMirt t
iraata pradiMe the perfeet
1 o Sta kind. Tae nlmd 4m4kM
r Ior Ag,hlT may ke fuhjkm Jriti
aatil readj Ut the hate'iter 'ikyim
the fall UmA ef i dirtHNi.0aad wt
protit; haikweaUae aaJtf-jnnit
ab!etalallawthiiar4wH "-. "
aHateaded fsw W-e.ief. JlfViaw
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v a; aeuta ow aeyeratr aspmm m f
'Jtm beet SMaaerF '' Tet wmhtr SXmtm'
ead k hraacht ahaaft W
) feediajf, thaaf a fried mn
aeee a f afieiy ef fbad
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wam eaiia JkmmMtmmmmu
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raei?tel--a mmM e -Mbr
the laa ia jatarraprKd wi Uk
mnr. Tala iitf lit.. --&! Til la
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attauwd be gjrk- w-r fathom
. food liaa weu3d be aecesaary h.
aetha :haae. 'wm wiaihd -Tii
ilraal atdl fr nilk ar IAKF.Mt-fi'i?j
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