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V SHE KiauwacnsTOOD.
' "Mtsi Lfthorr; said Mr. AsSam, art-
jn they haa'ttmflde.rttlally dlscuased a
number ot epics, "my object la call-
' tag uponyotr this1 evening Is to csiisult
you about n step I hopo foon tatakpln
'" my life It Is'r step upward, nnd 1
regard It as the; most nlo'inontous oho 1
aver contemplated. In abort, my door
vMlss Laborro, I trust coon to boto
' bo married," edys thrt Kansas City
;' "Indeed, air. Askaml" Miss Laborro
said, assuming an Indifferent nlr, but
blushing1 slightly, "and upon what do
s you wish .to consult mof
'' "Upon 86vcr.il subjects, my dear Miss 4
Laborrs " answered Mr. Aoknm, rising
from his chair and ecatlng himself bc-
j lde hor on tho sofa, "First, I Bhould
llko to know whothor you consider U
' Is posslblo for two peoplo to' llvo com-
'fortably on $3,500 a year."
" "Oh, yes, indeed, Mr. ABkam," Miss
- Laborro replied, quickly, "If twp neo
' pie 1ovo each other that to more than
' "I am Indeed dellfchtcd to hoar you
say so," snld Mr. Askam fervontly.
-Secondly, do you think that you that
"your mother and yotf after llvlug here
' .'together so long, could bear to bo sep
" "It vouldnfbo an though wo really
' were separated, living In the samo city,
t you know, Mr. ABkam ," returned MIbs
7, Laborro, thoughtfully. "Yes, I am sure
'neither of us would mind It eo very
' "That's a bravo young lady," cordlnl-
ly responded Mr. Askam, patting the
Jbaok o; her hand affccjtlonatply, as It
' Jay In her lap, "that's 41 bravo girl.
.'And, thirdly, do yon think a man of 47,
-J my ago, Aflss Laborro, too old to got
".married especially If there Is little, If
,Any, discrepancy In tho sges?"
- ''Oh, oil;' 'you Insulting thing!"
screamed MIbb Laborro, springing to
( er feet, "you know I am not 23."
, ' "Ccrtalnjy, my dear," responded tho
- astonished Mr. Askam, mildly, "cer
tainly, but your mother must bo nearly
-)as old as I am."
f "You havp been speaking of my
"' mother?" demanded .Miss Laborro,
V "Of course," B"ld Mr. Askam, looking
t bewlldored, "I thought It only fair, aa
you arc fhp bread winner, to consult
?jou first. Why, who do you think 1
HE HAD TO BE CAREFUL.
, prfltt Would K Left. Out la the Colli
J ir He Forgot That I'iMnonl.
From tho Washington $tar: "What
to the matter?" asked o'no'of Mr. Vv-
ples" boon companions: "vou haven't
; taken tho pledge, havo you?"
1 "No. But I'm not lookli
.'. ..-'' '7 ..1
looking on tho
r wlno when It's red. In the" cup, Just tho
, "Reformed, have you?,"
f ','Yep. You've heard 'of a woman's
pjarryjnga man with tho Idea of gelttnn
,pln: to stop drinking. It doesn't always
Vwork,,but jt did In my case. My$lfe
1 ' ) a ptupendously clever woman.''
"Made you promise, did she?"
t "She didn't havo to. When I started
down town to-night sho Bald: 'I've ost
the latch-key, dear, but It won't make
vnny difference. You ring tho bell and
J'11 let you in.' I said, 'All right.'
VOnly,' oho said, 'we'd better agree on
pome password, so that whpn you ring
t'can look out pf the window and make
fto It Isn't a burglar.' 'Of course,' said
tY 'what'll tho password bo?' 'I havo
'It, she answered; 'It mustn't be too
klmplc. You Just say "Irrepressible
roprohenslblllty" and then I'll come
'''flown and let you In.' Gentlomcn, If I
can't say Irrepressible reprehenslblllty
'when I got home I don't Eat In. and.
moreover. "i assume tho chances of bo
ding taken for a housebreaker. J'vo
simply got to be careful," And ho wont
pver and resolutely seated himself noxt
to tho lco water tank.
Their f.nt Prnnk.
Johu Davis, one of the largeaj. elder
makers In Indiana, recently killed thir
teen coons under very peculiar circum
stances. Mr, Davis' cider mill is built
t wood a,nd stands away from his
house. He was awakened, during the
Alight by a noise In the mill and upon
"'Investigation found that thirteen coons
.were on tho Inside, drinking elder. He
fastened the doof and locked them In
ttnd went tp bed. When ho sot up the
'next morning he took the coon dog and
teeveral hands and began the killing.
He found the coons drutik and under
going all stages of jags. The scene was
'(tr most peculiar one. They had rolled
nhe barrels over, which had been" left
open to allow the elder to wprk. They
had then drank themselves ful of hard
Opinion on Trait.
"It Is much harder tp examine and
- judge than to take up opinions on trust;
nnd therefore, the far. greatest part of
'the world borrow from others thoso
which they entertain concerning all tho
Affairs of Ufa and death. Hence It pro
ceeds that men are so unanimously
'eager In the pursujt of things, which,
-for from having anr Inherent real gpod,
-are varnished o'er with a epeqlous and
'deceitful gloss; and contain nothiug
Answerable to their appearance. Hence
it 'proceeds on the other hand", that, in
'those thln'ga which are called evils,
there is nothing 00 hard and terrible as
the general cry of the world threatens.
Thus the multitude has ordained. But
the greatest part of their ordinances are
"ibrosatcd by the wise." Bolingbroko.
Old Storr with Variations.
.A silver wtc)j which was dropped In
i well In Belfast1, Maine, twenty-flve
years ago, was recovered a day or two
tigo. Unlike most watches recovered
under such circumstances, this one
wasn!t running' Just ca If nothing hai
?'jKwed'terit, - k - Z
BttOVIVtM, OF NSW NOVELS.
rctcrnrnzr o? 3wfc TarrS CTatij' Enaor
lor Fntn In CxtrcVnetr Sntill. .
It Is pi Id' that tho American publish- '
ctV haije In prtsa ovet two hundred
now novels which r.ro IJkoly to bo Is
sued boiween now and the holidays,
Tho statement Is easily credible. In
1890 thejr Issued 1,118 novole; In 1801,
1.105: In 1S92. 1.102. and in 1S93. 1.132.
This" avorago of three novels put on tho
market Wr overy day In tho year in
cludes' Imnnrfpi! hntitrn lemtoit liv Eflff-
Hah houses and published la Now York
oy meir resident agento, hut It does
not Include tho publications of the
"minor cheap libraries." Tho English
publishers Issuo about the samo nuru-1
ber of novels yearly aa tho American.
In 1S93, an average year, .hey Issuod
935 now novjols and 3D3 reprints. j
Tho Intcrostlng question of. what ba- I
cornea of all this mnim of literature" 1
Ib nnswered only In p3rt hy tho fly.o- j
ceni countors. Many of theBO books
must fail to obtain tho honarahlo If '
humlllntlng usefulness tho- Hvo-cent
counters offers to those for whom tho
dollar shelves oro no longer tenable.
They do not circulate nt nil. A few
copies aro sent to tho nowspapcrs. The
author distributes complimentary cop
lea among his acquaintances, end he
la fortunato if ho finds oven among his
intlmato friends thoso who can recall
the title of his work within six months
after its publication. Thai "among
nlno bad If ono bo good there's still
one good In ten" la o comforting
thought, but It Itardly applies to con
temporaneous fiction, for hardly ono In
a thousand and certainly not ono In n
hundred of the novels published stands
tho only suro test ot merit ns a novel
that of survival. Only In rare In
stances do they outlive their fitst year.
The man whoso book actually lives ton
years may sot himself down as a genius
whether tho critics think so br not.
Only onco or twice In a generation do
writers appear whose stories hove
enough of universal human naturo In
then) to nurylvo their generation. And
this Is all as It should bo. It 1b well
enough for tho most worthless of all
worthless bookB to bo wrltton If It real
ly represents an aspiration to produco
something worth tho attention ot tho
world, but It Is better still that swift
and merciful oblivion should cover fail
ure. In novels as In everything olse the
Attest ehould bo tho survivors. And
in the long run thoy always aro.
JQEPHINE WAS MERCIFUL.
Sh Tried to Prevent tho Kxecutloa of
' the Duo ri'Unghlen.
Mmq, Bonaparte learned with Intense
Borrow of tho determination taken by
her husband. In the main his measures
and his convictions had been kept a
secret, but sho confided both to Mme.
4o Remusat, and the first consul him
self had told them to Joseph. On tho
20th tho decree for tho duke's Impris
onment and trial was dictated by the
first consul from -tho Tullerles, and In
the early afternoon ho returned to Mal
malson, whero nt three o'clock Josenh
found him strolling In the park, con
versing with Talleyrand, who limped
along at his side. "I'm afraid of that
cripple," was Josenhino's Kreetlnc to
her brothor-ln-law. "Interrupt this
long talk If you can."
Tho mediation of tho elder brother
was kindly and skillful, and for a tlm
the first consul seemod softened, by the
memories of his own and his brother'g
boyhpod, among which pame and went
tho figure of the Prince ot Condc. Bui
other feelings prevailed; the brothers
had differed about Luclcn's marriage
and the question of desceut If the con
sular power should become hereditary;
tho old coolness finally settled down
and chilled the last hppea In the tender
hearted advocation foi- rinmnnnv T
Josephine's tearful entreaties for
mercy, her husbani' replied: "On away;
you're a child; you don't understand
public duties." By five It was known
that tho duke had arrived at Vln
cennes, and at onco Savnry was de
spatched to the city for orders from
Murat, the military commandant, pn
his arrival at Murat'o ofllco, from
which Taleyrand was In tho very act
of departing, he was Informed that th,e
eourt martial was already convened,
and that it would be his duty to guard
the prisoner and execute whatever sen
tence was passed. "Life of Napoleon,'
by Prof. Wm. M. Sloane, In the Cen
Kapolron Do th-Ited Statement.
When Napoleon was on Ills death bed
a maladroit attendant read from an
English review a bitter arraignment of
him as guilty of the duke's murder.
The dying man rose, and catching up
JiIb will, wrote In ils own hand: "I bad,
the Due d'Knghlen seized aid tried be
cause It was necessary to the safety,
the Interest, and tho honor of the
French neoplo, when by his own con
fession the Comto d'Artols wa3 sup
porting slxy assassins In Paris. Under
similar circumstances I would again
d? likewise." Nevertheless' he gavq
himself the utmost pains on certain oc
casions to unload the entire responsi
bility" on Talleyrand. To Lord Ebrlng
ton, to O'Meara, to Las Cases, to'Mon
tholon, he asseveratedthat Talleyrand
had checked his Impulses to clemency.
"Life of Napoleon." by Prof. Wm. M.
Sloane, in the Century.
Tom Wolfe waa sentenced to a term
of two years three months tn tho peni
tentiary by a ConnersvlIIe, Ind., court
the other day for burglary. The con
viction of Wolfe depended largely oh
whether a man of hU build could have
crawled through a seven-Inch transom.
Prosecutor Smith procured a window
sash the size of the one in question and
demonstrated his theory before the Jury
by getting down on the floor and wrig
gling through Uio hole. He convinced
I tho jury Jd clinched bis case.
'T . -. ja
01fic ufiin a. . r-"i f- 3ftp 11
Hiaxi v UUhU up ft din
Sp.eml ntteiiiinn frlvn ty li
a-iw 0 children.
- --r - -r
Hav'ng purchased of J. M,
Tronl Inn Shitv Btullfnn "SAXON
KING" ami Iris KW'uoh eonch
Tallinn. -'INKAULT;' 1 wilUtand
hom duiitig the mmisqh at, my
rami, nix iiuIph weft and twn north
f TL mitizford. TeniH. S?5 to in
sure Tin so MnlliniiH are too well
known to need furl hor dee,ript ion.
A. S. Enykakt.
t'ortl'-x ti.ivlnc notice in thlo rolimn ntp tf
nin-ctwl to r ad tho nmc qarofully and rpport to
tills oillrn ur ciirriK'lioti. uny errors Hiat may
psint. Thfl will proTi'iit possible delay in
t antl Ollicn nt Alliance Ncl).. Atirll 15. IRW.
IiitlopiR lioreiiy Kivcn tint tlio followlntt
natiKHl settlor liaa filed uotlcoif Ills liilentioii to
makclltial prootln support ot Ida claim and
tl)fit said proof xill Ihj tuailo Iwfore tho ileHlutor
and lleooivcr nt Alllnnco, Nob., on My'i)tli,
"' BOFBU RBI-HB. .
of nox Ilntte, NMi . who mado Jl M No. 2KH for 1
tlio 8 W NW U A 8 M HV !l mo 5, tp SW n. r 47 -w. j
H'ib nnmeo tlin following wltm to prove
lirr cimt i nn ou s retlden oupon and cultivation
of Raid Innd.vl?: W.A.Clark. Z. T Ciinniuuliani j
Simon I.olllnijar, Jaroco 2icl'al. all of Hoi
Ilnttu, .Neb. " J. W. WkiiM, Jn., Kegiatcr. I
Land OfHco at Alliance, Neb., April fl. lk,l. I
'otico ia licrphy Biven tliat tlio followinit
namrtl etter liat tiliil mtlro of tits intention to
nmkn final proof In nupport ot Iih claim and
ti at raid pi oof will lm matte before Keeitter or '
Itecvifivat All ance. Nob . on May lS,"lryl, iz!
of Maralanil, Nel , who mado 15 UJ99 for tho I
.V. H set) 2S, tp 20 ii. rs 31 w.
lloimmeH tho following vItnegnos to provo i
Ilia eonllnuoiia rcsldonro unon nntl' oultiatinn 1
of Mill lanli, viit Jaineti Dickey. H.J. Wootton,
K.T. Urctfir, Martin Mcfliro, all ot Maryland,
L'b. ' Also
JOHN M. TnOUT,
of neminsford, Nb , who made Umber ritltnre t
applliatlon no. 'iW on tho 1 tli day ot Deefmlier '
irtfl, (ursw Hci1S.tp u7, r! W, hereby ivn
notice ol my intention to make final proof to
Ktabllxli my c aim to the land n.1 tlie wino time
and piare on iftli day of jtay lh!Ni, by two'df tlio
ioliowliiK witnesses: Henry Itolidor. KlnifrE
I'ord, William T.I'roctor.UeorBeW See. allot
i.awu, Neb. J. W. WpuN, JU., ltewioier.
nnd Olficc at Alliance, Neb.. March 13. lM.
NotlreU hereby Kiea Uiat hltlAND PUD- ,
EHUON WOl.DCN, of Ueria. Nob ,lmi filed uo- ,
tiVof indention to mako' final proof before '
Uerfihterop lteeeher at his otticc in Alliance,
no., on the Sith day of Ajirll. lHvti. on timber
culture appliration No. 317, for tho NW i n"c
Jri, tp.U a, rh'51 w.
lie namex as witnesses: Richard C. Bhnltz, '
Willi, ard fcln lu Mike tjhlmek, Henry Hh mek,
all of l.awn, Neb. J. V. WiCUN.JU , Keiter
I and Olllco at Alliance, Neb.. March 10. 107.
Notice is hereby Riven that the folfowin
iiamed Kettlnr has filed notice of his intention
lo make t:nl proof ip support of hU'elaim, and
hat said proiif will be mado lieforo leister fjr
ttneetr at Alliance, Nob., on April au, Ib!!, iz:
ISAAC O. UIUVFmi.
Ida. Neb., ho mado H fc So K0T for tho 8 It
A 8 ,i 8 K H sec. W, tp ; n, rg 49 w.
lb naincM the tollowinis witnet-eca to prrjve
'lis eoiitintioim resub nee iiiion and nmthat on
( raid land, viz: Kdnard W.Tyree. lleujamiu
. I'rnr r, llinegt 8chumnker, llurtliaSphumak
ai f .da, Nib.
J. W. Weun, jn., Rcuistpr.
b ti land OH.te, Alliance, Neb., prli si, Jl-ftl
, oinpa nt havnii; btn ijhred at thiwolfii""
ylMwardT. UnvK aga.nst Karel libm. Mr
a amount; hi liom.-HUad entry Nn. '.'475. dated
ii'bi'.m-, upon iin ii'01 i.ipzan, tk
l,ht llox llutte county. Nebraska, with a
i.i'W o tliecan-'eliatlon o. said entry; th t-aid
)artieaiehr:roby mimmuiH to appiar at this
oHiceonlhcUOt . day oi May lKtj, at 111 o'clock
'i w., to respond and furnish ti'stimo con-
i rniint raid alleKi d aLandonm"Ut.
I'-iblication of t i s notice otd-'red tn tc made
n The llnmiui;ford Hkbu,U for thirty ilays
i lor to dot' ot lunrinvr.
J. W. Wkun, Jii, RecleUr.
SOTHE IN SliUVKK I1Y It ILK AT; ON
1 J llalletnti C.lll tak notire that on tho
'ril day or April WM. Ja. II. IT. H-nvett, ooun-
ij Jiitiire of llox Hutu ri linty. Nebraska, issued
an oriierof attnolimrut for the sum o7 J.'.l.i:,, In
,m sotco.i indiiK l'for. lain, w herein C. j.
rtildj ispiauittll and ),1. lloliiiri'n d.ven Jaat.
fti (i-npiriy of the ilelendunf consisting of
noli y .ii tliti Kumoi $-l..l, has llein attached
nth r haid order 8ald nnsi was continued to
tuc jjth day of May IMHI. at 10 otlock a. m.
lltminKfqrd, Neb., prll U, 1V,J0.
n tno mutter or the opplicatjpn of Uean's
' armae, W. J. IJean. inanaKer, for permit
'I'hii. is to certify tlia Uean's PJmrmaer W J.
'; an. manager, of the tllaiieof HeminKford.
Nebraska, has filed a p"tliion on April H. 1W.
as required by the statutes of tlio Mato of No
iiraska. and Urn ruies of the hoard of trustees of
the village of Hrm nxfnrd, for a iwrmifc to sell
liquors for mrdiciual, meclianiral and chemical
t -rP."B,8 f"r tlio coralmr mtmiciiial year In
onifillnK situated on lot a hloek I in said vil
'aRO. V, M Toufnok,
Clerk of the Hoard of Tnistoes.
For the Noxt THIRTY DAYS I Offer
, my -.einire stock ot CLOTHING
at the Lowest Possible Prices Regardless
Ff cost. vy. K. HERN
Always Leads anc( Never Follows !
1 WE SELL yOU GOODS. )
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
I WE MAtfE YOU HAPPV.
Conn and see up nnd gut (lip best, ijie Intest, nnd thp
ojienpust. Dry goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hoots
nud Shoes, GltiMiwaro, QueeQswnre, and Proyi.Mons.
We nre a'w'nys pleaded to have friend call yhethor tp buy pr other
wise, and ebpucinlly invite strunerp, transients, and city visitors to
call and if xe have no time to bIiow you goodx nor qijote you prices,
wo will ho ptaased lo havo you admire our llor.d windows decorated
with tropical and foreign plants, nil in fall bloom (hut pleaso don't
Btenl slips) so whenever nt tho comity seat uhvays t,lo
your trading with ypur old reliable fjrm.
Yours anxious to please,
his pace is Reserved
The Oldkst Establishment ii the County . . .
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves.
rt . . n .
UnintO I 11 O (IlQOO fltA
rullILu. trllu. Ulu.i)0. Dill.
l MAIHWj VAAIj W1UUU VTIU..
Special Agent for BAKEt PERFECT Barb
"Vyire the Best on Earth.
. . . ? . . Proprietor of
We have first-cluss stock nnd double and sincrle rigs, which we
furnish nt reasonable rates. Our facilities fov accommodating boardor
are unoXcolled in tho city. Give us a call.
US?" Stable Corner Bo; Butte Avenuo and Sheridan Street.
Out Sale of
-v - i
C. 4 WILDY.
, CU3ED PV THE UMirE.
Or. Jlaalt Takes .t Jteof lit o Marderoti
TUW rlpiltlott. V
From the roBt-Diepateti: The vitl- J
oua'oia elk In Foreut ynrlc that oreil A
lo death Keeper Nelson Itut week, will " v
bare a kinder dlspoeltlon In (ufuro.
That la what Dr. Aiintole Roulftho
vctcrln&rlan, saye, After the unfrtu
nato accident It was decided first to kill
the old fellow and sell his careas$ to
some restaurateur, but Dr. Roulf sug
gested that ho could take a rocf it) tho
elk's temperment by performing a sur
gical operation. So It was finally
agreed to give the forest monarch a
longer lecre of life, and tho operation
waa successfully accomplished. .Since
then tho elk has hceu doing nicely and
giving no trouble. Dr. Roulf, tfark
Commissioner Rldgoly and eight as
sistants, armed with clubs, pitchforks
and rope enough to hang anyone, Btart
ed for tho lnclosuro wherein dwelt tho
murdcrouc elk. After some tedlpua
maneuvering tho old fellow was as
soed, Then he was securely fastoned
on each side and his head pulled down
to tho ground. But this didn't put him
In readiness for the operation; cmly
half of the work was accomplished. Ho
fought desperately with his fore and
hind legs and no one would ventur
within their reach. One by ono tho
legs were encircled by the rope and
then alj four were eecurcly fastened
togother. Then tho operation wna
easy. This Ib the flrBt operation of tho
kind ever performed on an e!k, deer or
any slmillar Animal, either In Europ'a
or America, says Dr. Roulf. In speak
ing of tho affair tho doctor said: "Qf
course this elk was a bad fellow, and
had killed one man before, In Chlcag6,
but what made him bo extremely vill
ous was his constant jealousy nnd his
quarrels with the other bucks. He will
now be kept by himself nnd can huvo
no chanco for a fight In future." Tho
doctor performed laparotomy on one qf
tho bull buffaloes last week. Two of
the buHs quarreled and one was badly
gored In the right side. Through the
Incision made by the horns, part pf
the entrails protruded. When the doc
tor wont to replace them ho noticed one
was badly lacerated. This was quickly
stltchod up and tho entrails rcplnced.
After that thp wound In tho side waa
sewed and dressed and tho buffalo- a
now well. ' '
IN A MOT BOX.
Another Time tin, r...i.,iieur Would Dtixr
San Francisco Post: "I got Into n hot
place once," remarked cx-Sherlft Healoy
of Marin county. "In fact, It was tho
hottest place I ever got Into In my life.
When I waB running nn engine on the
Narrow Gauge road I noticed a leak at
the 80ft plug Jn the crown of my engine.
It kept getting worse, so I decided to
pluff It. That night I rnked the Are",
and when the Are box cooled off a llttlo
crawled In and examined the lcaft. I
measured tho ho'e carefully, nnd after
trying the calipers on a rat-tall file, l
had concluded that It was just tho
thing. I would drive it in and break it
off. I put tho end of tho fllo in the hole,
hit It a crack with the hammer, and In
stead of sticking It went clear through.
The nest minute boiling hot water waa
pouring down on mo from the boiler,
The Are box was only about four feet
square and the soft plug was right In
the center over my head, so I couldn't
get close enough Into any of the corners
without getting my legs scalded. I am
pretty largo, and tho door of the flro
box was smalt, but I had to get out or
get scalded. I turned my back to the
hot water, and by the time I wiggled out
tho door I was the hottest man on tho
coast. When I pulled oft ny clothes
I took about eight square Inches of skin
with them. Since then I draw tho.
water hafnre i do any DlUKglng."
A I.wrer rtrench nt Confidence.
A queer case Is reported from Sydney,
Australia. A man was convicted by a
Jury of having tried to poison his wlfo
with arsenic, Ills lawyers obtained a
reconsideration of thp scntonco by a
commission appointed hy, the legisla
ture, consisting pf two doctors and n
lawyer, which pronounced him Inno
cent, tho doctors voting down the law
yer, who thought him guilty. The man
was set free In consequence. Subse
quently one of his lawyers, moved
by conscience, told' another mem
ber of the" bar that tho man
had confessed his guilt to him at tho
time of the trial and tho matter wan
brought before the legislature. Law
yers and clients have been arrested
and are to bo prosecuted for conspir
acy to defeat tho ends of Justice Com
munic itlons between lawyer and client
are apparency pot privileged In Aus
tralia, Retting on tho llaccn.
The big trottlng-boree people in Buf-
'falo and western New York, Including
C. J. Hamlin, aro rani to oe preparing
Jo mako a determined movement this
year to secure a moderation, or, possi
bly, the abolition, of tho present antl
hottlng laws of tlio' jstate. The unsuc
cessful g 1 circuit meeting of lest
summer wi he usd as an argument
that It will bo Impossible to conduct trot
ting meetings profitably without pool
selling of some sort. These Interests
are powerful ones, and if banded to
gether would make n strong fight.
"Since God doth will that some shall
dwoll at ooee,
And others shal) know hardness, this
The lot that fits each nature He for-
And wherefore murmur when we
Borne day Ills loving wisdom will be
As the sweet susshine following after- .
jtBnmii-mT' vwW""?" - '
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