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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 3 August 1883

aud Proprietor. ALBANY •u:r.nsii( i: /;/•; /«<.\/.; innii.n ////• hk.wi: STAR i ,u i. YOU. wm ALBANY, SlIACKHLKOKI) COI N TV. TEXAS, FRIDAY Al'nrST l*s:!. J, i>n Annuai. \o. :L'. At # lWaafol- , completely do [ tod ouuinf a loo ! the 1 ■ vround- aowal ITHCODI, i Hkwood Htsattom, better I at tin MidJWboitt, Maes., of 1 llMD •tightly iudlH , _ jr. • ' . 55 npuuag «®n- The deceased ww , Ot„ Jan. 4th, 1888. the exciting man-hunt. The murder- en were surrounded in a grove, and in " ig to capture them one of the pur*uing party, J. W. MaHdv,a respect- ad druggist of Marne, was shot and Tha assassin was instantly with bullets. Another of the poaae was shot and seriously , The other assassin then ran into an open field and surrendered, and, after having narrowly escaped lynching at the hands of the outraged otiiens, was placed in jail. Before dying the murderer made a confession erimo, and also gave a clew to the detection of the murderers of May- or Btabbs, of Polk City, a year ago. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 3 August 1883

THE STAR. Official Orgaa of aad only Dessocrauc Paper in SWktUord County FRIDAY, AUGUST 8 188a. rho Weather ford etorm spooial in tbe Stab last week proved to be a hoax. The storm passed over Ft. Worth inatcad, and did but little dumage. Captain Suggs purchased Mr. Reeves' pasture in the northeastern portion of tbe county this week, for whieh bo paid two thousand dollars. —Ttxoil WetUrn. ■ "' ■■ CUBA. Havana, July M.—Gen. E. 0. C. United States army, who took 00 tho City of Washington Crua for New York, and ▼ary ill with yellow fever, bia removal to ahore easel was bcro, died last 7 o'clock. Tbe above tot wedk- v O'Briae, of tbe Dublin arrested on tbe 28th of osrtain language paper toward S. M. editor of the Comanche to 8am's oowardice we tbe Dr. > mistaken. wm> assertion from tbe fact that we have known hiita longer than the editor of the JtUerpriie, he " to na about three A liilHid far [Special to tie Ft Worth 0«tt .] Marshall, July J .~Ch*r!es Hyn- son, the man wbo killed M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 3 August 1883

U' Jit* JULMAirr STAR. niMI BT MA Prtpriator. 3P® t Office at to Cwco. 1888. —Tb« passenger coach now run j —We learn that the wire fence niog on tbie end of the line is a | reported to liuvi been cut it the decided booom and •everybody w Panhandle is o iiilae report, oomfortably aeated when they Btart | _«Thu Quick Meal" Guaoliue Stove, Bold l>y J V. Muore, of thif —John Yinceoboller, from Mari1 place, ie the -boss" move, and none loan, Eastland county, has been j should he without one. We have - IS- visiting with his family, his brother- in-law, Mr. Will Vandervert, the pant week, —We woo't say who it woe that treated our editor to an ice lemon- ^ ade thu week, to correct something about an article that appeared in |lMt weeks paper about a 18 pound boy, but somebody did. —Mr. W, W. gammons will be 1* 'Jfcttle arrived found at the Albany Feed Store Baker is superintending the erection of his neat juid oozy -'Iff. J. I. Bpenoe, of the Albany y, 08 acoount of sickness in not do an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 3 August 1883

roriot. Way Ik. wind ArtfcUo. sn Umm H aeet or blow it «mi. he wtad that blow., that windie bo. lf Uto« *«UToriijb( «e I** daah another, with tie shock iNfiiiMttaittm UA will sail with me, Till not fail, Ittkmltw; 'WoWitWSet, Vnion. to look about 3 . b*d five dresses tried on by the maker, drore with her mother to pay some calls; and when they re- turned home it was a quarter to live o'clock. Mrs. Hope ordered tea for herself is her bedroom saying she would sit afterward with Lord Black- moor till dinner time, so Lillian was at liberty. She <tsea|>ed in the dark winter afternoon, ran swiftly down through the pa|k, a d as she neared the boathouse, the saw a tail, well- known figure keeping out of the way of observation. Her heart beat so vi- olently that she ooald scarcely go on, and then the low threw cautions to the winds, mad in another few seconds all that was needful was told, and the old, old atcry want on as smoothly as if no old Lord Blackmoor existed. Later that night,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 10 August 1883

■ ;T, V**- WmBP >?-' _ STAR == tf ^Hr «*d Proprietor. >i.i.r .11 yjji !■: /;/•: /><>.\/ iih><<,u mi-: III-.A\I:\* I ai.I.. BR TEE- ALBANY, SIIACKULFOKI) COUNTY,. TKftAS, FRIDAY Al'fil'ST 10, 18KJ. 1 t t ut.s Xk'.oO /Hi Annum, NO. that all medical passengers SWA**, of Mary- , near Leeslmxg, * Mhird, most undergo u iME- t-tt—n—-'** before leaving The disease is very sudden in i. People frequently fall dead In the streets. The epidemic is spread- ing northward as well as southward. Europeans at Alexandria hare made the unpleasant discovery that the Water canal oonnects in the with, the place where corpses IfrAKBiu, a statesman as celebrated in, Japan as is Costelar in Spain, and v" jfcll known by reputation to Railroad < of the of the countrymen. jgg^fwSSSSl it* origin if of Huron, Dakota, mmmtm flie most serious is at Kssota, Blue, f. uo*r Owatonna, Steele r HauterrUle, Dodge coun- Elgin, in Wabash county, to was fatally and a severely Injured two persons we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 10 August 1883

of tho Western rail- of grei*. snoce would alto be'ptosentcA to-day by tele- grapher. loading M'tohell said he thought the telegraph- en iu the employ of tbe Chicago & I Alton railroad would atrlko this cven- MHSpip^'' 1 JnaiucsiD %o work. Oioci'mati, Augua: 4-r-Oue of the I striking operators rotarnd to his desk f town received, iu the Western Union o$ee to-day. I ail-tfea rights HTtLl, FlBM. alar- New York, August 4.—No mw de- to (he laws Uetopmouts in the telegraph war to- day. Both sides are etUl firm. lObeame: When- A SlIEM tO YW{ Mtl talking about! Ha<ry Gilford, the Mllwaukeo Mk him I young tuan who ahot Captain l'ugh p y* for Lf Racine last year, was sentenced and job to,the penitentiary for life by Judge on rising higher ond higher in hie eloquence, and when ho concluded there was one man in that audience who said to himself, "the orator equal* tho ooca«8:on." Then Gen. Early. Hi words were brief, but commanded your humble servant to ooine forward and iace a crowd al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 10 August 1883

SO « Syrap. ■t CONRAD'S. —Relatives of Mr. and-Mrs. J. 6. Taokitt from, Parker county, are visiting the at this placc. —Mr. J. A. Mathews aud wile was in town this week, en route home from an extended trip to Kan. and Mo. —Hon. J. R. Fleming came in od last Wednesday evenings train, to further attend to the erection of the paw bank building. in. i— — i —I decline of iron , I am enabled to offer my ous- prices on Fenoe Wire, " " i aud Iron. H. H. BURNS. -jPete Holcomb moat be going into the grain and feed business t by the way he storing it away around bare- y, hunting the painted his faoe, to kill him. Hob, huh. —Oar devil got oxtittod this morning because someone told him *u not the best-looking town. 0 year eH Kimmel, imported ald TomOio and all _ Whiskey's Brandies the Office Saloon- —We regret to note this week the of Mr. F. B. Oonjad and •on. Mr. 0. baa been con- room the greater part w«t a ■gXM at af v V*'; to bis room two OT baUllliOiir ■ ' the Orooety line at was on oar , en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 10 August 1883

A M W'M w. aa«s ckt i ku< valley, and rocs tearinp cut of Bight as if ffllioved bjr lions. «MM4- . _li «w *l*4#S «l follj his l«jt lbs< H* 1Mb MI. tela* bstre *Mk 4k. • V f ku ts- tto racks! the* so sick. s .. make* alio s sfcsrp toe. X to fbow who Law seemingly pursued Fine, eight, ten seconds, and with a j Arkaasaw Travut-t. snortof alum he break* intoa tem- -EoUoat" called a traveler, stop- fie mil, takes the estreuic left c® the ^ "old timer's" liouse, and addreutihig a man. "Haveyou seen any men en horseback passing?" Ha*!" i>yw * The gciai saergent aees "signs" in « there lour in the party?" the actions of toe horse. Lv«y "Y«s, jest about." teooper is looking .head and to the | '•Y?|lere do yon tber aie by nght The green valley rnna akto Uy« 1 " ' ' f8"66 ! "Borne o' them dead, X rekin." tb«ket, the tlneket mtorock and pine, •• What! you don't say so! IWt and mountain slope, fco eye can pe- ^v've had any trouble do netrate that fcinxe. The luclraus may , * • be in amb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 17 August 1883

i hawe been VOL I. tmmmmmse* v, \ ..j NfcWS IN BK1KK. of Ontario sad Manitoba, anil hot work it expected wnlaas the Dominion Govern Thomas L. Harti ®f the Senior cIam of Week Point haa bean nuurilT dia at *P- W. COPKLAKD & Co., liabilities of tmHM —puidsd. They bad faoto- rie in Beocfcton, ¥«Hrir. Me^rer aad North in Mew Yort nader the name of ■ Co., haa alao eloeed it* d. & Sod of Norfolk, Va„ W.TX, Teller & Co., I in the shoe trade, wete in- aad who led the World, of acres of land. Co. owed them 940,000. The of the Shaws are *8.500 000 for a Hiiw occurred at Mend of of U A dispatch to the ■ say* that a foroe of 600 French from Hanio, cap HHi artillery and 1,000 of the enemy. The French men..., Three thouaand ■ HtanlfP th aisfcSght' feeling Dover tp ■bjj - •* aOunfe which both '£ TB* Director of tfceH Obaerratory on Mount Veeorhu etotei that the appalHag It—If en the Ia- Iacbia wm not Be— d by an in of earth fttfce, bat by the caving the cronnd. A Maples dispatch of J n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 17 August 1883

TH«E STAR. F- Oftflal Organ at and only Demo:rauc Payer la thaekalford County. - FRTDAY, AUGU8T 17' 1883. & - Take stock in the Albany Publish- ing Company. Hi The reduction of tho national debt tor July was 17,900,590. President Arthur and his Yellow j stone Park picnic party did not! . . . , , , , ' . „ , - . out plainly and liluntlv and create any unusual flutter of excite-1 ,, . ., ' ment when in Chicago. Of coursp every member of the party who could be induced to submit to tho Pr' — - Mr fiagh Beuehamp has sold his • sheep to Henry 8haw at 12.50 per §• „■«. head.—Sural Citizen. ■' —.. - The Albany {mblishlug Company Hthe latest thing OOt. SuClCtib to tho enterprise. , The first bale of cotton at Alvara- do brought 14^ cents, and tho first hale at Terrellbroagbt 12 cents. _ M M-ll, ' Hurbe, father of the three great Mexican millionaires, who own the . mast valuable estates in the City t of Mexico, began life as a mule driver. The National Wool Grower* Asso- ciation will meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 17 August 1883

THE ALBANY 8TJLR. PVHIMilD BVKKT riUDAT BY JMltar and Proprietor. tbe Post Office at i mutter. .APGU8T — 17. 1883. —It is a mistake. G. \V Wilson Las not sold out, but is still in the ring witha ireab supply of country produoe. —Mr. Byron Barber and brother, passed through town j-osterday en route from liunuewell, Kas., . to Throikmorton county. —The fiend who wants to know "Is it hot enough for you/' was around again yesterday. Kill him. —Messrs. J. E Walters and Geo. Johnson from Deep creek, was spin nine around town this ireek. Messrs. K. 8. Fisher, Thos. Taylor and Roilie Chandler of Oiseo, paid our looal a rery pleasant call this week. Come again, boys. —The election for constitutional amendments passed off quietly, with Mt seemed to be taken, yot a decided majority was cast ior the UModiArats. v Mr. J. D. Carwile, travelling for extensive Grooery establshment Mr. J. 2L Brown droppen in to sec us to-dsj and wanted to know if the man was in that wrote that "article." He found hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 17 August 1883

0ALL ANT COWBOY. Ofc, H *Ba * gsTam cowboy Vksktd traveled from sfar Ob In Mttms cxpoaarc Of a hog and cattle car. Jolt to be a bald road-agent. As la books road-agonU are I revolver Aad a tfx-incb jack-knife, too, kM be wore bat one suspender AmI a bat with bole* jabbed tkroagli, ill hs boaghi % atory-paper, l what to do. a call of bosines* , *Mjr gentle pardner, ijmot your loot, and carried s mm of a pea. formidable, as not," but when Eva pat ■be *ai pleased to call Mket,iii the rear of her his head fall of uadefiusd practical | over the matter. }oker, bnt ail having a sort of center piece in Eva and her pistol. It was only at the breakfast table that the family met, for Eva took her lunch at the store and was always late to dinner. The next morning Jack commenc- ed on Eva: Well, my Amazonian little sales lady, did you &lay any sand-baggers last night?" I am not a saleslady I wan t you to know, Cousin Jack." "What! been promoted again?" "I am not promoted and 1 am not a salesl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 24 August 1883

ALBANY STAR J. c. son, yd,, 'or anil PnipHitor. '• -Ha VOL I. "/,/•:/ jisiici. hi-, i >t >:<!■: ///( /<,;/ ////, ///ii/.yn / / y. • ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY Al t.f ST :M, IHHt . ( M WS IN BRIEF, v'-'V with *1 fee knocking ont of L. Sullivan started u in Bunion. On the open* lk>8tonf«^|>lown flown with iusolencc ire present. Betwcou i thirty of the poliee,in- i Of tbo oUcern, officiated of 10,000 New Yorkers, tern Laml, the P*. Sou" &"7, for desiring an English conquest of Oceanica. The most plausible of these ia the alleged fear of the estab- lishment of French penal settlements in the debated territories... .The Uni- ted Btates consul at Smyrna reports that the disease which has ravaged Damiotta is a malignant local distem- per, caused by the filthy condition of the town and the unclean habits of the ,-eopIe. The Indian Government has decided te send id Egypt seven physi- cians and forty assistants The Wes- tern Land, the largest vessel ever b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 24 August 1883

r, AUGUST 34 1883. as why aueb and Mrtb a man doe* jnot ndrertiae. IkU well-known fact that a country paper ooald not be pub- lished for tea* than $6 a year were it (not for the adrertislnf. patronage of tbe business community. The oom ; ntaa : haa weak-1 muaity generally take a pride in the I the little eonnty paper and assist Id lerery poeaible way to bniid w op — {Ettftfw. We are often atked why certain asiaiii honaaa are not represented in . at i. ....i to Ith* ®*4B •d^rtiamaeat. W# jest uupHfuawiHi tlMa we do not know. I Oar eonntry friends hare been very ^Iliberal in snbeerlbiog for the 8rA*,,a "t! ~71 eery fra harereiaaed to do ao whan ""T? lacked and we hare aakad erery one | we have i •i her iff made no reply other than to ■ay that if anything ever again ap- peared gainst him In that paper he wonld shoot a sufficient number of holes in the editor to lot oat ten thoaaand hurrying souls. The editor duly received the notification and aftor saying the sheriff ia everything from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 24 August 1883

' ®" ' ' " IS nrnunHiD J. CMS. H1MV IHttr f* •t the IPA) SSHH M Fnrt Office at mutter. UGU8T a*, 1888. at Wilson's. for year hm<i- 3K£' • " " • ' • • , Simpson «y« that he t of Aloejnnj on tttepoarch i^ene, _ tmf J ■ ■ — I |S MIAAd VAflB J%W ° quo* u price# tot cun. N. H. BURNS. TaxakU Wnltk it SlacUfirt Following is tie footing of the different rolls of taxable properly of Shackelford county: Total resident roll, 91,601.288. Railway property, 120,530. Non resident roll, 401,054. Western Union Jelegrph, 714. - ■ -red roll and tal, 164,721. are EH announce the M n, w —Pace and Rodgere have got 'fi m hm returned, Prescription* for the rcent. fine large coon to help them do noth- ing. He was captared last week by oar sheriff for fighting. Fighting coons are bad medicine and should Wtkksn in small doses, well takori before shaken. - Raid! Braided Bridles, Spurs inlaid with and silver. Rawhide Lariets, Leather, EniboaeaA ;holeteiti idge belts, Rawhide Hacka moras and other fine dalilo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 24 August 1883

!XJXV 0OAT. Kftrr had a William gMt, And b« «w blad. m jut, He followed Mat y ''round all d.iv. And liked lier! yon just but' Hie went with liar to acliool uue day, The toacliet kinked uiui out; It ntatle the children grin, you kiww, To havo Hie goat about. But tbongbold Wlnwkeui kicked'an out. Yet «tUl he lingered near; He waited juat mitmdc the door Till Whaokem did appear 33MD Willi&u ran to meet thfe man- He ran bie level beat; And met bim jiut behind, yon know, Down Juat below the vejt Old frhMkem turned a aomeraavilt. The goat •ioodon bin bead, And Vary laughed horauir no aick She had to go to boil STURM OF 18W1. r drops liad ne iSS.3* «3 c Atl.of Ca L Abe Kmitk sad UU >«■ rBUr.latkcJIUWotaMom. tin New Ibena, i May, I , my esteemed oMfnend, - Abe Smith, wiio a t has in a peat measure lost the t<i huftmbs. He and hie wile Haw Ibpi*. 'Oft #* loth of August, I860, a ^ Xuok La«t Island, situated on -■eoaat. south of Teaebonue, half way between the of the Mississippi iV, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 31 August 1883

«2r' i STAR. /• C. *W, Jtfitar -ed 1'rofrietor. "t,FT .ir stick riF voxk rwn'nn mh nr.i i / v.s i // / ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY. TKXAS, FRIDAY At (.lM :IJ, IKS', \« >. .^rr^s Bijigp ■ .. Jh Miller eouaty, Geor- Fnlfoid, with the aid of a Iris wile to death and auuk creek. A mob forced s I accomplice I _ JBHJL i on a tree near fli* iail ttCdraet The tfnw—1 PeteeUre. OS* W. *Mk. | Not Umg since, the editor el the Bcuo spent an evening with a friend who is a "government detective, • man in the employ of the postoflio and who would seem to enviable position, one that of men would be rial to talking for an hour on at baa business, w< lie liked it. He loot and earnestly at the wall « ▼T v I MHlH to in hiefTi lie an ■■■■■ could been- TEXAS POSTAL SERVICE. %t Ike l«l laparUat r«liliti Tkraaffceat lk*8lalo-Tfe*lr XU. Corrcapoudeuce ol lb* H«wk Washington, August 11, 1888.— The poatoffiees axe devided into four classes, the first three being called presidential offices for the reason ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 31 August 1883

AUGUST 31, 1883. >ta have daily paper i known u the Time*. I ike corn, wheat and Oomanche oouoty arc aging for those desiring to invest there. A moft bitter feeling agsinst Americans is reported, and only saeh persons as seem forced to find some other eonntly for a living have moved across the Bio Grande. There are manv rumors of trouble and of traetona! wars, but little at- tention is paid to them. ' saja there fa a plaoe was never . i . ' some complaint of drootb Southwest Texas ex- i.'.yJiiimm i and wind storm viji i few days since, bat did re. ~' , A. ■ a n«at and ly eurtedat regularly of on plague, ft to that citto try. the ay for the gailty of to erimiaal If he had wm& mmm | .to water In in the i water is £W7|■ i ft*.*** Three oigars a day, twenty-five cents; two drinks, twenty-five oents. Fifty cents a day. Three hundred aad sixty -fi*e days in a year. Totil, $182.50. Enough good, bard oash in ten yean to buy a comfortable little (arm with. Did any of yon boys who have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 31 August 1883

TBK ALBANY STAR, l Pt Mi. 1*11 ED BVCRI r«!OAT T ...JUlMr and freprister. I.CMX Katessd at the Fuat o«ce St *" «r. u tecoud cteu watt.- | jflw • ttDAY, AUGUST 31. 1888. Bruckner's Pharmacy. i of window glaaa all liiM al Bruckner'* Drug Store. f. Reynold* wo* on our t — —1- i e K. <• have fully opaqod. cAnulty and wmmm vWt to southern Texas. !er.«B T. MeClallaiid will preach >n tho Presbyterian Church thV evening. Subject—-'Doclrin of Elactioa." ' V • ¥r- XeKtmmon, baa rented and will soon open up a well select stock of family groceries in the Buford building. Mr. Foater sold his flock of sheep this week, to Col. L. li.< McCall of of Wcatherford. Our old friends Jim Courtney and Walter Cochran from Palo Pinto county dropped in to see us Ibis morning. Jin. is looking for a job «f «l ®ep "hearing. (?) - Some as fine cabbage iriah pota- toes and green apples, as wo have seen in the market this season, arc at Charley's restaurant, Charley's en- terprise knows no bonds, and he is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 31 August 1883

JX0SL8. 'It* uid that - u(.•< a visits Are fuw ami far between," But most men tliiuk that angel* They frcqut nt'y have tiocu The happy little rosebuds Around the patent stem , Always think their mothers Angela enough tor them. The young man thiuke the mahleii Bo bluahiux, freah and sweet, Is just as much an angel , An lie would care to meet. The benedict bps found oue To whom lie's tied for life; "He ftndaiie got an angel 'fa wife. a . S > an angel ID ftiidtachtAr tlcm Wfean aba helps to smooth for him Eaoh declining yoar. 'Tie thus all men aee augelr If ttay are not blind, But some see only good ones, • Boms the other kind. N6NE BUT THE BRAVE. it fay daughter Hetty, Mr. . bowed, and pretty Hatty Brown bowed in re- tad looked the oolnmnn of wgpaper through, and finally oat Brown Qlifi m the place be thought would just suit a i Hetty's father had introduoed he went to the fen, upon the it spot ttris," said Dick, admiring which the upon the light- it?" asked she. hot half It see...

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