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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 July 1877

9 WEEKLY BAZOO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. PAII.Y BAZOO: One square, one insertion $ Tf " three " 1 56 " one week .. 1! 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or lew, ony insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, dailv a wceklv.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, Ed ttor and Pre prietoi SOCIALISM. 'Hull. But ihere is no possibility, It is difficult to conceive a ?nti-' IU1CI, tSS probability, of this being nient more attractive in the attract, aone. If the Montana Indians go to than the wialislic theory which lias ( W3r ;t win un til(iir otvn acc0UIlt made such rapid headway of late ami not ju conjunction with Joseph's years in Europe, ami is not without i 1,,,-. A rtrcjcn of mountain and its followers in this country. It is, plain nearly a thousand miles in ex perhaps the underlying principle fj tent divides them. The first demon all lilieral societv. By this is not ration by the Montana Indians will meant, however, that agragrian d-c- ' bring about their ears a swarm of mi trine whic...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY. JULY 10, 1877. A scarlet colored book is always bound to be "red." The Iowa postmaster is of few days and full of trouble. A Fourth of July patriotic pilgrimage. excursion is a Every boy is entitled to a lair with his fire crackers. show Oaky Hall has again disappeared. Oak Hall him back again ! Sedalia dogs have a right to 3'ell. The Marshall pounds them. Milkmen will be glad to learn that the price of chalk is declining. Nearly all the postmasters cordially approve the President's policy. The world and the rest of mankind can afford to be patriotic once a year. The rushing urchins are exploding torpedoes to-day around the picnic tur keys. In such weather as this an impu dent man Is not not necessarily a cool fellow. The way to materialize the spirit of the old whig party is to bring Robert Dale Owen back to life; There are still two old bummers in Sedalia around whom the Murphy tow-line has not been cast. The manager of the Sweet Springs House has determined...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 July 1877

THE SCALPING KNIFE. It It Being Dexterously Wielded on the Pacific Slope The Very Latest Intelligence via Portland and Boise CityThe Red Skins Hold a Strong Position. A Portland press dispatch-says the latest reports from the scene of the Indian out break states that the tribe known as the River Snakes have killed John Ritchie, of Mount Idaho. The Cour de Alenes, who have thu far Ktrictly nliservcd their prom ises eft;:! behavior, are reitoitcd in pursuit of the murderers. It is reported that the Clear Water Indian.-, under Looking ft lass, have turned loose and plundered (ieorge Dempster's place, between the middle and south forks of Clear Water, and driven off AI.LTHK SWK. of tlie settlers found between thc.-c forks, and had it at their camp a!uul six in lbs above Kaniah. This confirms John Saw yer's statement made in the Indian Council yesterday at Lauwai, of the purposes of Inking Glass and his forty men. The In dians told two Chinamen on Clear Water they had declared war agains...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 July 1877

jave'B day. Youth is bright and gay. Old age Mrms dim and gray, Itffcth lookf f" f:iraw:y In the morning. Hut, vlieu hi the nuou-day glare. We all Life's burden I -ear, T'eeiiinj rest from care We look ith yenruiiiK- Ktcnmg cymes soeool and sweet. We Uire ourbruw the brc-e to greet, Then pass the hour ne'er so fleet In shadows Hying. Tenderly " fa" the tiijiht. - With no fear mr faith to Uight; M'e sleep and wake in realm.'' oflij'ht. Joy and jK-aoe undying. I WA-FIsrlll.N''." A tnotintaiii brook, a shady nook, A ripple, A nd and fly '-I!-- ery ly." Hecareruir " A Midden dash, a little splash 5oiit lo-e him:" A turn, a bout, a slcndid trout "Now! land him !" Throe hungry men, a frying-jati Caueiou ; A cn-py brown, no -uch in tun lK:lieioti! FASHIONS OF THE SEASON. A Chat with the .Toadies, Ab out What to Wear and How to Wear It. A th; tiuis i fa-t approaching that eve ryliody seeks a vacation, the thought-, an- divided U tvwen the I'l"' to go and the necessary ward r.l. Wremanv Ions...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, aiv enively read throughout the centra :iou of the State, by business men, amT filing all classes, it otlers indtieemenif advertisers as thu best medium throng! to reach the public. TKRMS OK SUNDAY MORNING BAZOO: ni; yvar, $2 .'l' BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion.. S 11 " three " - 1 K " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or lew, one insertion ...... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, dailv &. weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, r Editor and Pre priotoi VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 17, 1877. NUMBER 7. HOW TO COURT. It is certainly the wish of young people to court and be courted with propriety. It is ue of those delicate and fascinating studies which to youth eseciall is irresistibly attractive. Nor are middle-aged people entirely exempt from the feeling. Even an old maid likes to be courted just as it .she was young. There is ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO, SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1877 Blue coats over the border. Howard is ai nude for Joseph. ... . Moonlight picuica are dark affairs. Racing reporters are not necessarily fleet runners. Tice proposes to harvest his next storm iu Iowa. The skull of a bald-headed man is only skin deep. Water melancholy condition a drowned man is in. The man who can't sleep is never caught napping. The skeleton of our municipal coun cil is Kelly's Marshall spirit. The oldest inhabitant hasn't much to say about the weather of late. Only those who are paid in silver can boast of their hard earnings. Its the wicked Times which induces an old maid to gamble for a husband. It is about time to start another ru mor of expected changes in the cabi net. There is no penetration in a cutting remark. It only deepens an impres sion. Every man who loans money should make a note of it. Its his interest to do so. They call him Wheeler, because he's the off horse to the Presidential - coach. A Japanese prima...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 July 1877

TAKJ5W IK. The Adventure of a Sedalia Youth in St. Ltouis. One of Sedalia'n nice young men visited St. Louis the older daj, and was the sub ject of a severe practical joke, perpetrated by a friend. One day while they were strolling around the city, the friend pnoed that they go and try an electric health lift. Nothing 2lh to test hi strength on the machine, the young man consented, and they forthwith proceeded up the street sev eral blocks to where one was kept, and lc gan to test one another's .trength by seeing which could lift the most. It in in order to Ray right here, that the friend of the Sedalia youth had everything arranged with the man who owned the health lift, and when he took hold of the handle, the man was to turn on the elec tricity. Kverything went along smoothly for a while, each one testing hi mself several times until the young man from Sedalia an nounced his intention of trying is just once more, and if he didn't lift any more than he bad before, he would xive it...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 July 1877

i i fr it S3 TIME TO ME. Time to me this truth lath taught, Tis a truth that's worth revealing. More of end from want of thought Than from auv want of leclinfi- Jf advice we would convey. There's a time we should convey it ; If we've but a word to sav There's a time in which to say it ! Many a lieauteous flowers decay. Though we tend it e'er so much ; Something secret on it -treys Which uo humans aid can touch ! So in many a loving breast. Lies some canker-grief concealed. That, if touched, it more oppressed. Left nuto itelf it hal. Many a tear of wounded pride Many a fruit of human blindness. Had been soothed, or turned aside By a quiet voice of kinducss ! Time to me this truth hath taught, 'Tis a truth that's worth revealing ; More offend from want of thouught Than from any want of feeling; fashions of the season. A Chat with the Ladies, About What to Wear and How to Wear It. It ia matter of surprise how soon it was found out'how necessary wraps were for the promenade and drive. L...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 July 1877

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-1 rten-ively read throughout the ceatral irtlon of the State, by businessmen, an J .telling all classes, it offers inducement advertisers x4 the best medium through which to reach the public. SATES OF ADVERTISING. PAn.Y BAZOO: One square, one insertion " three " .. 1 ... 2 50 vsasw wevn WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or lew, one inversion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 Dne square one time, dailv a weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST 'GOODWIN, Editor andFrcprietoi VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 24, 1877. NUMBERS. TERMS OP SUNDAY XOBHISO BAZOO r Oneywar, - . . $2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO. IK TEMPERATE SCENES UPON THE STBEETS. It is a matter of extreme regret to the Bazoo that the action of one or two inconsiderate saloon keepers on the street yesterday, provoked a preva lent and justly grounded resentment in the public mind. For some real or fancied indignity on the part of Mr. Page, the Temperance Missionary, he was...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DALIA TUESDAY, JULY 24. 1877. A little of this hot sanebine goes a long way. All temperance signs fail when the throat ia dry. Every little yelps in the dog catch ing hawnww. Olebillallieoa is in an indignant frame of ind. Gail Hamilton ia in a passion, aud is tearine Schurz to tatters. The best wheat of the season con tinues to reach the market. To-morrow Tice will let out another riffle in the atmosphere. It wm quite an undertaking to bury a auui who requires two coffins. It is a mistaken idea to suppose that soft money will cure hard times. The fata re ruler of Canada was Laffin in Halifax the other day. Clubs, generally, are inviting resorts ; bat a policeman's dob is not. For a first class watering place the Sweet Springs has but few drinkers. avssiHaiBBHBiBimBawMmiMaMBiiiMVB) It is perfectly naturally that the Irish should make the Orangemen yell, oh ! The Indians are a bard? race, but if they survive Fletcher, they must be eternal. The tramps all say they hav...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 July 1877

SCARED CF A CALF. LOVE IN DEATH. A FAST BOT. SWEET 8PRHVG8 8IFPING8. THE PANIC. A SAD CASS. BAFFLING FOB A WIFJE. SB ABC H IK O A STBABOBB. The Experience of a St Louis Drummer on a Fit-hing Excursion. Saturday evening a party of young men left Sedalia in a two-horse spring wagon for a jaunt to the Flat Creek fishing ground. They were accompanied ly a gentleman from St. Ixiuis, whose experience in rural angling wan limited to few excursions nt rare intervals. Reaching the ground the party disercd along the cnek, and the Metropolitan gentleman took up hi position on a log, with a pretty dense thicket of hazel immediately in his rear. While WAITING KOU A IHTK something stirred in the thicket. The brush rattled as if some animal was cau tiously picking its way throiigii tiie under growth. Perhaps the gentleman was ner viom perhaps the unusual noise hroke'a reverie that was sweet and tender what ever it was, the blood was scut coursing through hi veins with itnjictuous haste, and his ea...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 July 1877

REASON AND FOLLY, I. Tinkle, tiakle, surer bells ! Folly, wave thy sceptre o'er us! Joy her teatlre anthem swells ; Pleasure leads the dance before us. Reason fills us with ennui, Makes us woe-bgone and weary : Too much care, we all agree. Makes life's journey dull and dreary. Tinkle, tinkle, silyer bells 1 Folly, wave tliy sceptre o'er u ! Joy her festive anthem swells ; Pleasure leads the dance before us II. Vain the tears from grief that flow; Ours be only tears or laughter. Life's too brief to wast on woe; Sorrow may reflect hereafter. Love's isleep ; her poppy dew Reason oVr his brow has shaken. 'Pleasure's dance let love renew : Folly' bes he hoy will waken. Tinkle, tinkle, silver bells ! Folly, wave thy sceptre o'er u ! Joy her festive anthem swells; Pleasure leads the dance U-fore us FA8HIOK8 OF THE SEASON. A Chat with the Ladies, About What to Wear and How to Wear It. In onr "chat" with you last week, dear reader, we mentioned the reduction &f prices in many goods. The ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 July 1877

Sedali a Weekly Bazoo. DAILYJ3AZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-' tc:i-iely read throughout the centra" rtj.ui of the State, ly bu.iness men, anJ :i-Iiiug all das, it offers imlii.-cii. :u.- advertisers as tha best Medium throng!: uhleh to reach the public. ab!is!.cJ oeiy oeaiiig (5aurJiys txcctitej), mi eg Saudi) Motciiuj, by J. WEST GOODWIN. terms of daily: Auf y nr. by mail, ye aj.ance). I Siocs SI I.X IDOI'IUS, inuntit. " . rii.eicl, an.! payable o cirrier every Saturday. ti:ilm. ok weekly: VOLUME IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 31, 1877. NUMBER 6. (hi ae j car. ! TKKMS OK SUNDAY M0RNIXO BAZOO: Uue yar, - - - S2 DAILY BAZOO VT!-BK V u . 7 UW ..I . 9 iimmmnl UHii IBBBBBBH Bammi ma'tHz2 '"r"" i THE MOB. The fell spirit of the nioh is. rtuiniii riot in the cities. It has caught in it-s hands the 'reins ut ooiet', and trampling under toot all that men hold dear, has inaugurated a. saturna lia of license and crime. The nioh pirit is essentially an ab normal "rou...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JTLY 31, 1S77. i The butter dealer has a soft thing. ; i Li Oh, green apples oh. cholera mor-l bus Narrow views are never widely geminated. dis- Those Pan Handle Wayncing. strikers are r No railroad can tell what a day may bring forth. A run n oa bank is always ant locomotion. tin nlc-i--!,.,. luea Instead of a strike, it is last becom-j ing a revolution. A man never should change a good mind for a bad one. Snakes are always looked upon as intruders at picnics. We have three railroads in .Sedalia, and only one strike. The Mussleman is proving himself to be a man of muscle. Packard has completed the swing of the Republican circle. Temperance reformations, like revo lutions, never go backward. Whisky straight produces a great deal of crookedness in men. There is no in-tent cordial in those Court House square meetings. The peace which the Czar contem plate is a big piece of Turkey. Mr. Kite, an Ohio County Treas urer, has gone up like a sky rocket. Pinchb...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 July 1877

STRIKERS! The Pacific Gives In. FiriflS Railroad Bridges In I nuicviPn LUUIbVlliU ot. LOUIS Up Id ArmS rOr. Protection Against Riots. Trains Thrown From the Tack. Complications Thickening and the End Not Yet AFFAIRS IK M SSOUBL The Strike Extending to Private Manufactories. The Missouri Pacific People Al lowed to Resume Work. Condition of Thirgs From Points Along the Itine. All SjHx-ial to tli' 1S.i.'i. AT PITTSM'IM:. I'lTTtfBUKu, July 2. The citizens aro organizing and arming. A large number of miners are coining down the Monongahala and joining the mob. It is lielieved that a conflict is inevita ble, and, as may le supposed, the ut most consternation prevails. Since last night the mob has had complete possession of the city, and the nuin lters are being constantly augmented by all the unruly elements A society. The railroad offices, machine shops and dejote are in complete possession of the strikers. There is a growing be lief that the entire citv is in danger of coufligration. TI...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 July 1877

fashions op thb season. A Chat with the L&diea, About What to Wear and How to Wear It. Were wen-Ice,!, t.,-.l.iy, what i tlie d-h-ion, and h.l ue aii.-ucr fn..n the tlienii..ineicr's gauge, it wonM le thus; A nainsook miHr. tiiintiwsi villi Miyni ; a thin, hite l:irt, eon-el cover, and chcmil'n iin-lcr. Th- tlimmst .f Li-le thread hoes, Willi o--n. .-iiil-riii.Ien.il t.t; the men t saintil fra sh-c. The .lc'p of tapper are iit over tight, ni.l .iily tailing, witha rliiiuicc, U ..w the. H.w ' the llecU l.c.rt-sh'i..il. With : Ulelill'li of laee. :.n.l :i fresh ciil-ter i.t" tl..wers t the 'i"t. '"' l.:.ir.i.ii.Lil l.e-lt Hi- 1.r.i.l.sl ..n.l 001I-.I ina coronet on the top. an.la few ny rings of Ii:iir Ivi:i; loo-elr ii tlx; forehear. Nou-. is u..t that a '. comfortable fashion to rt wl :iKut ! Well, it is jn-t as cool to wear. .-f.T tliotli.-iniIM)i, that inow t-ener.illy talc tti' tin- I'lai. of the elu-ini-e ami lr.iT; w hue only lately adopted the in, ami so to -pcsK trotii wn...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 August 1877

DAILY j3AZOO tUbUibea every erening (SaturJiyi excepted), uA oa Sjuda) Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-5 :.:o:iively read throughout the central onion of the State, by businessmen, anO a.-Iiini; all cla.!es, it offers induci-nicm? . &dvrtiers as the best medium through .IiicU to reach the public. TERMS OP IAILY: ine year, by mail, (ir Jrancc), - - Sio oo Kk monibi, ... 5 oc e month, 44 i oc felircreJ, aud payable 10 carrier every Saturday, 25 volume IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7. 1877. NUMBER 7. TERMS OF WEEKLY: One year, ------ - lice TlUUtS OF SUXDAY MORXIXr, BAZOO: One year, - - . $2 Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. TltBrHMraaaa' saBM IHBHHfEHiEJVH OLD-FASHIONED GIRLS. It is seldom that we see an old-fashioned girl. The race is fading away, if it has not become wholly extinct. It went out with our grandmothers. No wonder Miss Allcott's book, "An Old-Fashioned Girl," is held to be re markable and strange. It treats of a su...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 August 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. TCESDAY. AUGUST 7. 1877. Rcvolutious do go backward some times. Narrow gauge roads are built on contracted plans. A Bishop will consecrate the polit ical future of Ohio. Farmers are Ifetcnfaglo the music of the growing corn. Hard money is what the laborer wants for his hard work. Mr. Hayes can now devote himself to solving the Indian riddle. As the cool weather advances, wed dings are in contemplation. Matrimonial lotteries don't thrive in hot weather and dull times. Gov. Phelps can now return to the Hot Springs. ; the war is over. Genius in industry; like genius in art, always commands it price. Every woman feels an interest in scandal, even if it affects herself. The Sedalia cigar makers have no troubles that won't end in smoke. The temperance reformers are just beginning to put in their lest licks. Those San Francisco people arc not at all pacific toward the Chinamen. The Fog-horn of William Allen will be heard in the Ohio campaign. It is an indication of a volcanic...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 August 1877

r r THE ITIIH18. The eeasption of Work on the M, K. eV T. A Gratifying Con dition of Ifflun all Around. Yesterday, work wu resumed all along the line of the M., K. A T., and this'tnorn ing tbe work shops were opened as Usual. The eompany, is again in full possession of the road st.d there is every indication of a prolonged pe ice between the official" aad employes. It la useless to say that this condition of thing is exceedingly gratify ing to the people of Sedalia. Fur A WEEK PAST the town has lieen in a state of suppressed excitement and ill concealed fears of dis order similar to that which prevailed in other communities. That the strike ended without justifying any of these apprehen sion, ia an occasion for prevalent congratu lation. But outside of any feeling of un easiness excited by tlie strike, there is uni versal thankfulness that work has been resumed on the road. It revives business and gives a vitalising influence to the prolonged lethargy which had settled upon tbe indu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 August 1877

INDIVISIBLE. A moment faee to fiioe tliey mM. While soul met soul in honest rv That tn-niMinsrijloel through imlie.l tear., Horn of a love that never hes. Tlievinet to speak the mildest wml Tliat e'er on human lips ean lueli; lint. , the moekery to Iream That f nth a the-- -onM lake fnr-wil. For as two ro-ate .-li:ds unite. In uke of the d.-jwirtod Mm. Their kindrol eMnce pure ami !, Tlne twain hart oftly iiiergfd in one. Tliey might liav- Irf-en s-everel o't-lYvin Ie, Might live through all the ear apart ; What mattered tiiiK-and jr-- l.ttliem Whose h'me wa- in each other"" heart ? He ennert a n ot tliat fine gM Vh wavy w r.-ath ln-r finh-:id jrraee.1. Mending tosraiit thelxwu, he clapped A zrnie of i-.trl nlont her uai-t. A moment niw.niid he whs- gone From Mailt, nought else. Hij;h heart and mind, StronghoMof temlerne and truth, iK-tied the hour ami Mated l-iiiid! The x-ioii rolleii, anrt ne'er aiin Tint" face to faee'twa- their to Mand ; ., Yet heart to hesitt tliey walked the t...

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