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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1898

i|.6e (?ctuertiser ? ?ascription P-dco?13 Months, ?1.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. HALL, EDITOR. Rates for Adyortislng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squaro, one inHor tlon,$L00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for lar?e Ad vertisements. W.W.KALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS. S. (!., April 12, 1898. A Bad Break. Two weeks ago live ondets of tin Citadel Acadomy in Charleston broko tho barracks at night in violation of tho rules and attended boiuo social function. A cadet named Cantoy, who was not on official duty reported tho boys to the Superintendent, where upon they wore expplled but subse quently restored, and punished. It be came known to the school that Cantoy gavo thorn away, which tho school re garding a violation of student ethics some seventy of tho boys demanded that Cantlcy leave the school. H?ing backed by the professors he declined and' on Monday night tho boys in a great crowd ittemptcd violently to get bold of Cautey and ex pol hlm, The city police,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1898

HOME AFFAIBS. Brown Leghorn Eggs. Ono do/.un and ono, a Hotting, brown leghorn ogga, for 25 conta. Apply to Mrs. W. J. Huntor, Rapley, H. C. Job Printing. Bring your Jobs to Tns Advkrtiskk office. Camp Parllngton. On account of the ro-union of Co. "G" (tbo Briars), the mooting of Camp Garllngton U. C. V. Is hereby ordered for tho lWth of April, at 10 A. M. The business will be to oloct omcore and appoint dologato8 to the Division Un ion at Charleston, April 27th and 28th lnst. B. W. BALL, Commander. B. W. Lankokd, Adgt. Mie? Mary L. Pitt?, who haH so auc coBsfully taught tho Mt. Hill School for tho last two years, left for her homo in Cross Hill, last Tuesday. Miss Pitts is ouo of Cross Hill's falroBtand most fascinating bolloB, and Is a young lady of culture and rolinomcnt, who. by her winning ways and charming per sonality bus made many frlonds In this section who part with hor reluctantly. 9he is an 5Mfulliblo and experienced toachor, aim leaves with the plaudit "Woll done!" Sho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 April 1898

A MIDNIGHT RAID. "M latus, I'll huv ter go hunt up do carriugo bosses. Do boyu l?/' dc gate open an' dey got out " 11 What makis you BO latj, Uncle Dudley ? Supper lb long over und it is bud lime now ?"' " I jest done hauled in du ius' load of things from town, tuk out de inuleB, an' lei' de waggln to ho unloaded in de XQOruio.' Dat's liow 1 euin not tor know sooner Oe 008808 was out. Kf you ia any ways uneasy, or you an' do cbillun is skeorcd ter he lef dout me, I'll go and fetch up my olo'oman orone of do hoys ter r-leep 111 dc outside room, right hero." " Never mind disturbing Aunt Gracio, 1 know sho U tired and needs rest. Mut get hack soon as you can and lock the gates and the stable.'' " I'll shoure hurry back as soon as 1 lin' no bosses. Ue moon is shltiola' bright cz day. De soldiers is shootin' round ue kentiy at sieh a rate deso times, bosses ain't stife no whar. Not eben in dey own hide, nigh bout." This conversation took place under the window of Mrs. Walcotts' bedroom b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 April 1898

The Indifference ol The Miller of Hofbau. By ANTHONY HOPE. [Copyright, i?is, by A. H. Hawkins.] There- is n swift littlo river running by thu village of Hofbau, aud on tbu river 1h a mill, kept in the days* f Kin;; Kudolf III by a sturdy follow \vl . lived there till alone. Thu king know bill), having alighted at his house for a draft Of boor as be rodo hunting, and it was of him the king spoko Wbeil lie said to the queen, "Thuro is, I bolievo, hut ono mau iu the country whom Osra could not move, und that is thn miller of Hof bau." Out, though ho addressed the queon, it was Iiis ststor at whom he aimed tho speech. Tho princess herself was sitting by, and when slto heard tho king she said: "In truth, 1 do not desiro to move any man. What hut troubles como of it? Yet who is this millor?" Tho king told her where the miller might be found, and bo adtled, "If you oouvert bint to tho love of women, you shall bavo tho fluost bracelet lu Strel sau." "There is nothing, sir, so roinoto from m...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 April 1898

8at)8crlptl<>n l"lce -12 MonthB, ?1.00 PAYABLE] J N ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Advertising. Ordinary Ail ??rtlaeiuniits, per Bquare, oh? I user Won, $1.00; eaen subsequent Insertion, 50 oetttS. Idboral rodtiction made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. HA 1.1 j, Proprietor. LAURENS, B. 0.. April 10, is'..-. The Situation. At this writing we understand the war situation (which i- Its clear as mud) to he as follow-: The House, Whioll toadies to MoKlnley, agrees to let hint have his own way in securing the independence of Cuba -not of the insurgent party, which claims to be some sort of an organized govern ment. This would leave to all th-' in habitants of the island the business of forming a govenmnt with possibly some recognition ol Spain's sov ereignty over the island. The Senate has passed resolutions de claring the 'republic" of Cuba free and i .dependent and demanding the withdrawal ol Spain's forces and her flag from the island, and recogniz ing the insurgent or ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 April 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. ii a Itltl.H i,ith i,\. In selecting this |>opiilar rosort for tholr next annual meeting tho Statt? Medical Sooloty paid Mr. Harris a great compliment. Our Hclgravlu. Wost main street, what with the paint pot and brush, Is looking very fovoly ami is a glorious onconlum upon the taute and culture of our city. 11 In said that every mansion or cot tage that has oscapod tho tmichos of the lirllst In OOlorB will welcome blm In u few days. Ono of tho most ambi tions denizens of that fashionable bou levard Inspires these hints. The Merry Makers Week. From April 25th to 30th, Augusta hAB her Carnival -colebrabing her Centennial Charter Existence. Civlo and Military Parade and many at tractions in this bright city in tho glorious season. Spring Is horo at fast and Augusta will show you what charins a Southern city has for bor visitors. Advise yoursolf at onoo of tho low rates from all points In Lau rens. The Hoard has granted the petition of Mr. ("rows, tho boer dlsponser at...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 April 1898

KcKioIey's Message Scul to Congress, i _ y> IT IS NOT VliRY BIiLLlGURliNT. | Ho Reviews tho Horrora oi tu? Uubru War?Asks Authority for Annel | Intervention Opposes Recog nition of Cuban Iml-: uo?do?oOi Tlio President ? oiihiii'ch the Hpnniali Government lor lia Inability i<> Maintain Orili r >??> 1 "'? - "" "' ( olaresllio Maine Was Destroyed by an ISxteriial I'.'xploalon, l.'uuatd by n Bubma rln i M loo. The loAg ? xp ' tl on ?a ,,f 1 '? dent M< K in'. . ( the 11th n-\ Hi1' tho duty dt VO -iion 1 tho grave crlt that I n In iui relation:; with Spain war that has Cuba, and called httenti n to the uc ourroneo ol against the domlulon o! ? ? ? ihirl the last tifty y< it*e, which have co I United Stab s great effort in malutaln ti| mous Leases in . > noyano? und d oiti'zeus bj t barcis practices ol l have shook ad i violence to tho ... man tho Ainerlcuu i ? ; o. A pn community has its lucrative commerce ?.. ly'/.ed, its ti Ids laid ? , Its I * ruths, aud its peop...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 April 1898

IKING DIAMOND t OUTOTATFE HYNE. [CciK'it, 1808, hy Cutollffe Hyn?.] "Sping of pluck," suhl tho parser of the sonio, "the bravest man, tho very host I over know, was a thief." Mr. orrooka delivered himself of this Ktniont during a momentary hush iu tho tor diiuior chut of the snioko rooni l withdrew hin eyes from tho little, it man who had just come in. He exined with interest tho butt of his oigand carefully lioked an angle of leafhioh threatened to oome loose. Sir uidnl Voroker, tho hydraulic ?peoial, who bad won tho auction pool oiio run that day, was Btauding OOffeo 1 liquors round, and tho purser, aftur tiny tho attendant steward that bis wan kunnnol and oognao, stuck tho ciginto a oomerof his mouth and jingleae keys in his trousors pockets. Then I thrust his heels out straight beforo m and blow truncatedjeonos of tobacconoko at an inenndeseent lamp in tho ck above. Theenerai talk in tho smokeroom did nolo on. Mr. Horroeks, nv became bis ofll wflf) a noted raconteur, and only P....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 April 1898

^fie: (Sduertiser Snbaorlptloa P?-ice 12 Months, ?l.oo .A,.v.?. PAYABLE IN ADVANOit. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad TerttHerti?nt?, p?r squaro, ono Iiihoi Mon, 11.00; oaoh subsequent insertion, ?0 C?UtS. Liberal reduotton mado for largo Ad rertlaomenta. W.W.HALL, Proprietor. LAURBNS, S. C April??, 1808. Tho Situation. The war is on and tho campaign open. This Is tho shapo of coming ovents. Ouba may bo regarded as in vested and ours. There will bo no fighting at our sea-ports?heeauso thoy must surrendor, (the Bpanlads) for the want of supplies. U they give up thoir Western possessions, there Is nothing lofc them, hut to war upon our commence. If however they Tonturo Into Cuban waters with their armod vossels and beat us at sea thoy will be masters of tho situation and hold their Western possessions. It scorns to us that wo cannot land an army in Cuhu unless wo know that the seas aro ours our people would be prisoners and starving on the island. Should tho Span...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 April 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. R. A. Coopor, J. II. and J. V. Kpps spent Saturday night and Hunday at Laurens.?Princeton cor. Honea Path Chronicle. ShurilT Nance, of Abbeville, who has boon In bad health for aomo time, Is still a very sick man. Ho has Rono to Atlanta to receive modical treat meat.?Oreonwsod Indox. Our littlo oity has boon full of ploas an? visitors for tho past several dayti, among them wo notleo, Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Alkon and son, Mrs. Holl aod Mre. Clardy, of Laurons.?Ooronaoa cor. Greonwood Indox. A fool woman in Colorado has or ganized a roglnient of women whose services havo boon tondorod to the Government for tho war with Spain. Sa^anta with hi? well known sagacity will doubtless supply each Spanish regiment with a cago of mice, to bo turned looso at tho propor time on tho patriotic Amazons.?tiroonwood Index. Mrs. Addic V. Moorman, daughter of Mrs. J. B, Campboll and widow of tho lato Robert Moorman, died in Greenville on April 16th. She was a true woman and n dovoted Christian...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 April 1898

i mi. ST?H* <>?' * 1 nA Thrown ?0tt?l. a.,,. Wood, Ruined mot" Will < <'???<? il 1 tt,Hl ,,UIM>> Nation. The Chicago 'rimee-JioralU. Cuba was discovered by Christophor Coluinbuson October 28, 1402. Had ?t not boon f("' t,'1? opUoUO of Ferdinand und Isabella in tho lifo of the grout Italian navigator tho rulo of Spain had not perhaps cursed tho whole southern American oontlnout for con-1 turles and Cuba had no. no.v booo lighting for freedom. Columbus be- I liuvod that ho had discover :d the | main land of India, hut iVUS persuaded 1 by the aboriginals that bo was on an island. When he returned to Cuba he again made up his mind that it was tlio oriental mainland, and it is said he died in that belief. So (Irmly was ho seated in this opinion that hu com mitted It to writing in order that pos terity might know of his conviction, liut in this derail tho immortal dis coverer was In error. There is something noble, unyield ing and stubborn about Cuba. The Spaniards ha...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 May 1898

A WA KM GREETING TO THE OLD SOLDIERS. Charleston is True to the Glori-j ous Past and Honors Its Heroes. Gen. Wade Hampton the Recipient of a Great Ovation. A cold, steady rain greeted tin; Uni ted Confederate Veteracs us they reucbtd Charleston on biluted trains, but thoro was warmth and sunshine In the hearty weleotno accorded to them hy tiie citizens generally when they met In the German Artillery Ball, which was profou8o and appropriately d< corated for tlie occasion. Col. /.im merman Davis called the convention to order Wednesday morning, and after prayer by tho chaplain, Dr. Elwell, a cordial weloomo was given by Uol. Davis on buhaif ?f the veterans of Charleston, and bo was followed by Mr. Welsh, ol the Young M< n's Husi nets L ie.ue. Bon. J. Adger Smyth, tho mayor of Charleston, then delivered the follow ing address: "Comrades: No words are needed to empbasiz3 Charleston's welcome to Confederate Veteran?. " VVt re no bands extended to you in war in friendships clasp, th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 May 1898

^?e Qduertiser Sabhcrlptlon Moo 12 Months, 51.50 LATHENS, S.C.May 3, IStt*. Tho Situation. Our lioot in tho East Is anxiously watched. It is understood to be near Manilla, of the Philipines, whore too the .Spaniard has a powerful tleet. A fight Is .thought to be Imminent. Ad miral Dewey Is our Neptune in these waters. Our troops are fast concentrating at Tampa and this Is a strong Indication that a movement of some sort is meant upon Cuba. I Captain Sampson's squadron uiyosts Havana, Mat.mzas and other Cuban Torts. It is probable that bo will i bombard and open a Port East and North of Havanna aud clear the way for tho landing of a force to oopporato j with the insurgents and in this way complete the investment of Havanna by land and by sea. Thus tho island must soon eapitulato without much blood. The whereabouts of tho Span ish squardron recently at the Cana ries and tho Ho Yerd Islands and its movements are unknown. Should it be sent West to American waters, of courso a battle wou...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 May 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. Farmer? tiro woll up with thoir work oxoopt in portlona of Laurons und Kaluda counties where it )ia? boon delayed by too much rain.? Woekly Koport of Woathor Bureau. Misses Sara Hall and A /.lie Wilson, two lovely young ladies of Laurens, aro in the city oujoying the Muslo Fes tival feBtivltlo?.?Spartanburg Herald, 80 tilt. At a joint meeting of the Euphra ftian and Clariosophic Societies last night Mr. John W. Ferguson, of I.au reus, was elected presiding olllcer of the oratorical contest to be held the 18th in-t.?s. O.College Oor. of state. See t hose elegant Platinums at the the It. It. Photo Car. $2 '2.', per dozen. Tho Clinton Cotton Mills had to be he closed down last Tuoaday for the first time, on accout of a hot box and babbit bearings molting off the en gine. She was soon sot right and wont ahead however.?Clinton Ga zette. At a meeting of tho Presbytery of Enoree lust week, tliroe TrustooH wore appointed. Her. C. H. Jenninga, of I'nion, Kov. N. .1. Holmoa, of ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 May 1898

JULOGIES ON I HE LAI b SLNAIOR EARIE, Tin: THim ri:s in ihn house. ? 'in- Eloquent Iteinnrku of Dr. J. Wui Blokes, of OraiitfeburKi prceematlve of ilio Bevoiith Con Rrcsslonal District i" South Caro lina, Greenville Mountaineer. in the House, ol Representatives, on the 23rd lost , the liueinofs session nun suspended in order that opportunity be given for tribute to the memory of tho late Joseph U. Ivirle, of this city, a Senator from South Carolina. The customary resolutions were Introduced by lion. William Klliott, of the Firs' District, who tfuve a most accurate and appropriate sketch of the life and services of Senator Barle, with whom ho was intimately assoolated for many years. He was followed in earnest aud feeling tributes bji Messrs. l?dward L Hamilton, of Michigan, Win. L. Terry, of Arkansas, W. JasporTalbort, of South Carolina) Samuel W. T. l.m bam, of Texas, A. C. Latitner, of South Carolina, Samuel J. Harrows, of Mas sachusetts, James T. McCleary, of Minnesota, J. Wm. St...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 May 1898

The Kindness Of Goddard Goodenouofi. j By JOHN J. A'BEOKET. [CopyrlKht. 1$?s. by the Author.] Tliu girl had fainted. Tho Lexington ?vonno cable onr was at Twenty-third street and Broadway when tbisocourrcd. There wan nothing extraordinary in tho moro fact. The. morning papors repen t ed that tbroo <>r four pollcotnon bad Biiceiiinhod tho day before. Tiiis was a young girl of slight physique and ex ceeding delicacy of constitution, if her color told the truth. Sho was also pe culiarly attractive, though that has nothing to do With her fainting. It was 1 o'clock in the afternoon of tho sixth day of this merciless persecu tion of tho Situ. New York city had gasped under it, writhed under it, fainted under it, died under it, for in 8'ores of cases tho vital llamo was quenched by tho insutl'erahlo heat. Even on tho shady side of Broadway and in relatively cool Bpots whero at times blessed littlo puffs of wind came as fleeting but wolcome visitants tho tliormometrio tube inhumanly r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 May 1898

-7.-7i-i?, (|fie GWusrtiser Bubnorlptlon PMco 12 Months, 91.bo LAUREN'S, S. 0., MayJlO.lBuo. The Situation* Dewoy Im? sent homo his report.? He oaine, ho saw, he conquered. Ar rived at Mlnila he attacked the Span ish Fleet, and in two hours destroyed It (eleven vsssels) the Spanish having ?100 killed and a largo number wounded. Devrey has possession of the forts and with a force can take possession of the Islands. A sufllcient force will be aent him from San Francisco to make him master of the situation. Dowey has been made an Admiral, the high est naval rank. The completeness of the victory is unprecedented in modern naval warfare. The Spanish Kingdom is demoralized, and the end of the present dynast,, may come by revolution. The Spanish home Meet is probably in Spanish waters. The Is land of Cuba is Invested i>y our ships and unless the Spaniard can send a Heel to clear the waters of American ships the Spanish army in Cuba must soon he starved out and forced to sur render. It i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 May 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. Mr. John W. Fowler, of Laurons, was In the city yesterday. Mr. Kvana Smith roturod to Laurons yesterday.?Spartanburg Horald, Maj 6th. Dr. John Hell and wife and two Mis Bos Hall, of Laurons county, recently spent a few days with tho family of Georgo Boll.?Looust cor. Groenvlllo News, May 1th. War Mats.?Latest war maps -seat of war?Ouba and around the Globe. Send 30 cents to I). F. Balcntinc, Laurons, 8. C. Prof. W. P. Culbortson, of tho Princoton High School,was In tho city for u short while Saturday. ? Honoa Path Chronicle Tho exhibition at Kabun Crook will tako |>laeo, Thursday, May 19th. The exorcises will consist of Dialogues, Ko oitatlonn an I Tableaux. Tho public generally aro Inrlted to attond. R. w. Nash, Teacher. Miss Janto Rivers returned to i.au reus yesterday after a visit lorelatives and friends in tho city.?Spartanburg Herald. Wo understand that a movomont is a foot to build a telephone lino from hero to I'rincoton, via F.rwln's Mill. Wo trust tho plan...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 May 1898

Jb Leaders Named for Volunlccrs.' H>riei Sketches of the New Of ficers. Governor ESIIerbe Boleote? Thcui lor Pit 1168? and military Training. Tho selection of tho Held and stall oUlcers of the volunteer troops by Ciov ornor KUerfoo has given general satis faction in tho State. The following comprises tho .1st of ollicem: Joseph EC. Alston, of Columbia, colo nel. James II. TlUman, of bklgoflold, lieu tonunt colonel. Henry T, Thompson, of Darlington, senior muj ir, Marcus ?. Stokes, of Hampton, ma jor. John II. ISarlo, of Oroonvllloi major. John I). Frost, Jr., of (Joluuii.nu, ad jutant. J. 10. Jarnlgan, of Marlon, quarter? master. A. s. tlydriek, M. I)., of Orangoburg, surgeon, and ,). I'. Young, M. I)., of Chester, and J. M. 1 ,' wsou, M. D., of Union, assistant surgeons. Kev. Geo. VV. Itnssiw. of |.'.,l.o i!..li! obupialn. L. M. liasoldon, of Marion, eorgoant i nmj if. Bolow are appended brief sketches of the new olliuGr*: Joseph KirHland Alt-ton was born November ti, 18?U, in F...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 May 1898

The Kindness Of ?oddard Goodenouofi. By JOHN J. A'BEOKET. TUo yotmg mau bad tho air of not understanding tho reason of this aud wan uot particularly cordial. But ho ovideutly made up his mind quiokly, for ho replied, with hardly any hesita tion: "Very well. Will you como up stairs to my room? Though I don't seo what tho-can waut of me." Ho led tho way to his bitting room and invited the "reporter" to bo sooted. Goodouough selected a chair which commuudod a view of tho bodrooiu and the bod. In n swift glance ho saw thuttho box was there and also saw that it must buvo been romurked and moved by Mr. Whenlor, for it was several inches near er tho side of the footboard than ho had loft it. He breathed inoro freely. It was probably all right, aud ho was half sorry ho had como. Ho must not "queer" tho poor wifo and spoil all he had douo in her behalf by any false move. "Mr. Wheeler," no said, with tho easy, somewhat familiar air ho imagin ed a roporter would assume, "tbero has boon a ropur...

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