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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 26 September 1884

r*"- "••• The 3M atiox J. H. WALFOHD, General Manager. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNT FACT AND FANCY. Hanskll estimates the quantitj of laminated springs at present required on tlio English, Scotch and Welsh rail- ways at 231,920 tons, and of the 12,000 tons annually used Sheffield gives about 10,000 tons. Gkrhan physicians are claimed by many to be the most skillful in the world. They study thirteen years, in an ordinary college for live years, then attend a medical school six years, and end up with two year in a hospital. Three cents an hour for each Jab- lochkoff candle having been found in- sufficient to meet the running expenses after a trial lasting over five and a half years, the company supplying that method of electric lighting have dis- continued to employ it on the Thames (Victoria) embankment, London. Statistics of the Philadelphia board of health show that over three thou- sand human bodies are buried every year within the thickly-settled portions of the city. The large ceme...

Publication Title: Nation, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 26 September 1884

VELAND, A. HENDRICKS, or npuu. UJWJ—I'IM" -■ '«t " «■% •!> m "gP*®"' • f • i ,,r - * V «maty ud Caney rt- i for years eoonty reporta from a bal* to a bal and a half per aere. üij and restri- leorrespodent, but ► that future eorrespon- •Ives to ¿he i allowed by Iba ile- tOlb waa Roeb Han- brew New Year, ■t holiday among Boba of all ¿Inda waa witb them from Friday ibrMboan. i of tbo Hoe Priat- i Manufacturing Company, a man wbo did mor* i to Mwre apeed and in presses. di*dat bia la Tarrytowm on 118th, agod aeroaty y «an. —Th* Marlin Ball publishes a not* from a «dorad ama in whieb aya: "We will do oar own aod by tb* grao* of God vote aa we pleaa*." The express bia intention of voting th* Democratic ticket I be found the Jtulge Cald*r for Jns- itbe Peace for Pracinct 1; th* isa moat oonaeiancioaa and and bia acaoaoement aa i is only necaaaary to •*- •«uomma, To tb* Editor of Nation; In úp* of the Nation, of 19th inst., your reporter aay« that in a discission here on the 13th ol tlii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 26 September 1884

¡■0MPP ■f r.<? ^í"t " v Professional Cards r. r. ruinox. fred. c. hccamly Late of Matagorda-. PEARESON&McCAMLY, ^ ATTORNEYS AT LAW iitfi 4ml REAL ESTATE AGENTS, •rt a«Ml CMWir, KU'UXOXD, Tex 5#55— tí s \w% 1 « .c Will practice in the Courts of the Eighteenth Judicial District aiul el e- where wli'ju specially retained. <4 1. WESSON PARKER PHIL. P,,PEARSON Parker & Fearsoá, ▲ttorntya-at-Law, RICHMOND, Texas. Practices in all Court . J. C. XITCIIBLU T. K. MITCHELL. Notary Public, MITCHELL & MITCHELL, BIOKkom, TteM. ' ''¿BgJ&S*'1"' , Davidson W.C.Carpenter «te of Ala. f.I. Late Davidson & Carpenter, % LAWYERS RICHMOND, • . - " TEXAS. Will practice in all the Courts of the 18th Judicial District and in the Appel- late and Supremo and Federal Courts of tlie State. aOtf 20,000 Acres of Land for Sale Apply to W. L. DAVIDSON*. R. H. EARNEST, Alltmj il Lit mi Cualj Mlirtu, Richmond, Teses. AH lA'gnl business entrusted to hit) care promptly attended to. Office in Cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 26 September 1884

TOlSfOT , I ÜBl L WILBÁVGEB. With the iMltaM—Ttr. firm Mein* Vn*M h thinks, both j Mum. brought Em no<r, ooenrs mysterious. Ha «• hia condition he w perfectly t ble ot what vh going on. The Indians np and surrounded bim, scream- .- wHfr- came up ADd Burrouuueu muí, aurraui One of the most remarkable instanees, jug and hallooing oyer their snooess. W>^\- ■... barbarism that ever occurred . or any other eonntry, was I in the case of Josiah Wilbar- i emigrated to Texas about the ¡6, settled and remained one " i town of Matagordn, on the lien moved up the Colorado located his headriglit in sy, but by s«me mishap me up an older claim, and he location. He then applied to JIt Austin to knowwhere he could And nnoooupied land on which he migLt locate with safety. Mr Austin informed him that all the best eolony were taken thing for him to do thing for nun to uo womu until he (Austin) should Mtaieo, to whioh city he mm -i - . {f ' . iBí&' lands of the old up, and the best would be to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 3 October 1884

• \ •• Móen # «oi «8iNiNa> tiüDttiai«9i ;• © «MM9U « • * O o o © o o TT © Tf T o O O 0© ©. the © © ' t Xatiom . ' 3. H. WALFOHU, General Manager. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1884. VOL. IV.-NO. 12. A INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. A wholesale slaughter of gamo is said to be in progress in Yellowstone park, the superintendent being either unable or too indifferent to prevent it. The Rev. John Maro, an old negro preacher, and author of the familiar hymn, "We're Traveling Home to Heaven Above," is very ill at his home ic Athol, Moss. He is the only negro in the place. By the death of the Hon. Henry B. Anthony, Hon. Isham G. Harris be- comes the senior scnat^ of the United States senate, having served eighteen years. Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, has served seventeen years. Dr. Pratt, of London, states in a lecture that in 1,000 married men be- tween the ages of twenty-five and thirty, there are six deaths; in the same number of bachelors there are ten deaths; the wido...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 3 October 1884

««h*8 m e s ' tommmm , , « e í9®ó <0 69 629 i) I Dlvlrlrl PrfflMPl *•. >• <$> <s? TIIE NATION. BüTSItXO AT THE POST OWCI AT RICH k )üt> as ewovdcun mim. SrnscmmoN ox* t*a* #3.00 Six months - . . 1.00 Tkrkk vostus 50 OCTOBER .1, iSfU. ra nusmccT GROVER CLEVELAND, Or XEW YORK. TOOS. TKt A. ilKSDRlCKS, or ixj* vsju Aiutici 2 MX* tbutucil:— \\> UtUfMMBtt AT to InM % miw of Namj" Ooart Wfk for IJ- 5 sit MlfvMfitf Room kw* Al - *j «iwna i I Ik Itak y*rf>«m j>o« «iu «iifc tUi tW utwfmnb mt k wiKii'iit as mt Von Saint* bei$ v* ink mt tW ikl oí tokcsjc tinfw owl á of bm)i *!tr«a to lha — & áT\. - ^ © « <kn M vkkc iR attar, it was (W tin caidntMB of !«• •? KkWed' wi fopoltr UdiM, tjr «as aii Umw ¿ar yXkJm Dnr Asa & Hwri m ike fcrs^ ta talc* •f wUU mil widb arieaial lsee. Tho «rmooT ovar sad hosts of ceegtatalalioas exteoded: the visi- tor acra asilad to a tsajüsoat tm- past pmrided with exquisite taste bj Mrs. Dyer. Here plenty and profesión reigned and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 3 October 1884

"1 * V / 1e o Q - % 3 G3 G ® Ü <5? O © <S" ' >o Pro esstonal -.A' Cards r. k. pkahicson. khed. p. mcc ami.y Lair of MuUtgonla. PEARESON & McCAMLY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW And REAL ESTATE AGE MI'S, • art Heud county, KIMiaoSiD.TtiC Will practice in the Courts of the Kifili lecuth Judicial District hiuI el-e- where when specially retained. J. WKKtSON l'AKUHH phi!.. i1. pearson Parker & furs , Attoraeys-at-Lavr, RICHMOND, Texas. Practices in all Courts. i. i'. m1toiikll. t. k. m1tc1ikm.. Notary rublie. MITCHELL & MITCHELL, Lnwyors, RICHMOND. Texas. W. I-. Davhhon \V.i\Oar|ienter Lato of Ala. <=> TIME TAD I.e. I of arrival and departure of trains on the G.C. i S.F. and Sun- ret railroads— o G.C. & S.F. North hound, arrives - 0-03 a.m. South bound, „0 • 7 45 p.m. SCX SKT. West bound, ar. 0 a.m., 8-JO p.m. Kast bound, ar. 4-.'i0n.m- II-r>0 p.m ANNOUNCEMENTS, Tin- He t latin of the Season «■¡sited this s irion last week, and was much needed cisterns were dry and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 3 October 1884

m PABKEB'N FOltT MASSACRE.' years old when she waa eaptured. After ' she grew to womanhood, one wat adopted by one of the Commanoüe HxlnM ladlaa Warriors Eater the Part tkraaf k Treachery, and laf iatnlM,W«a«i and Children. the many terrible tragédico In Texas, Parker'* Fort caous -place. Nothing ipired that exhibited aav- ilieity and crnelty more clearly es the Parker massacre. Theud history it about^as follows: la the year 1884 a small ooloay organ- ted -themselves in the state of Ilinois for the purpose of immigrating to and forming a, settlement in Texas. This colony lrfas headed by J W Parker, ac- oompaniad by his brother, Silas Par- ker, Anglin, Bamnel Frost, David' Fanlkeinbury, J D Dixon, and their families—all residents of the ■tata of Illinois. Having arrived in the new and wild oonntry, they selected for a tesidence, a beautiful section on the Navasota river, "a small tributary of the Brazos. To seonra themselves against the in- amwiM* of the various tribes of roving sava...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 13 February 1885

y U ( am ... «pr1.. ,>fi ÚKWwÍMt*' '* 0 • • O © 0 0GSH3 O © © ® © © © O The nsr attcwni. J. H. tVALFOltl), Publisher. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1885. VOL. IV.-NO. 81. FEMALE DETECTIVES. How They Are Used In Secret I'ollco Work- Mils 8t Cyr, ami How She l'layeil It in Nashville. An old chicf in the detective servicc in this and many other states told an American reporter yesterday that tho Pinkerton national detective agency was now employing a great many women as poratives,often sending them as far as New Mexico and the far south- west to got evidenco of tho most difli- cult nature to ascertain. He says, in fact, that the Pinkertons have found, in thoir long experience in this busi- ness, that there aro many cases in which tho patient search, untiring en- ergy, and almost fruitless sagacity of tho most experienced detectives avail nothing, while an experienced womati operative, with the use of a little tact and lincsso, can readily ascertain the clew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 13 February 1885

- "V ' < ■ • * r v:-j . ■ ,i jarR Wg • «¡^ • •'« | t wmm* | *?« r'\ •,. W' ' 8 .•.-,'., " -H. i&Sp; .• ■■■ i «08 <*> '.•"/ ' . Bicbuioud, Wsdue it ib* Metbodint ltobert Derat to MU !#ld ehqreh ka* i herdoora to recaí va a party. Not- acjr oí tba C« crowd filiad, the and impatiently awaited i toning of tlie party, who were r tbe.aaored pórtala and take Ivea thej roo«t,impor- t of all relatione. 4— —•mony, ¿conducted [and th good judgment and i waa impreaaive^acd beautiful ! Rev. O. T. Hotclikiat officiating Tbe bride and grootn were attend > by lite Little Fanner and Mr. Ii, Mlaa Maud Dyer aud Mi*e Mamia Farmer, ; Mlaa and Mr. Robert couple to Houeto* IVy leof week* luoro ana, taking in Gfee and Exppaition e wiah tbem a long, and bappy lite SB®*®!! {Mr. Robert very bandeóme in tbe auit'of black. Mr Darat youngeat aon of tbe late|Em. r* patriot, one of tbe lovely, iu pure and satin, and jewela pre- n and Mra Pear- te wáa fca popular aoeifty, a reigning belle * many aad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 13 February 1885

i ■; L¡, ' i* * •• r ' i of arrival and departure of A* nt tlia Q.U. & S.F. and Sun- aet raOruida— G.C. k S.F. North bound, arrive* • 11,0 a.m. . South bound, „ - 9 04 p.m* (SUNSET. West bound."arrivM East bound I ft The City Wheat's atables 15 timo of arrival. 10,57 n.m • 11,5?p.ni • 4,03 a.m. • 3,55 p.m. Transfer leaves minutes before LOCAL ITEMS- T*<fiea approve of'your smoking ''Little Joker'* The Commissioners orderei an Iron Bridge, from the King Bridge Company,' for Jones' Creek. Col. Kyle, of Sugar Land, came home with his wife,'from their wedding tour, Friday last. The Rev. Wickens will hold ser- vice in the Episcopal Church morn- ing and evrning. For Sj&b.—80 or 100 j^arge white'She Gouts,price 12,50 a head. Apply G. C. Baker, Richmond. . AttéXTIO . On"* 'Wednesday night, February 18th, at Jones' Hall,will he given a Grand Concert interspersed with Tablentix and re- citations. The combined efforts of the Houston and Richmond Indies will he lent to^mako the above...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 13 February 1885

at rapid •himsiiioe. " r ylut tbMtv iMWd of which is Mr. Cop- ra.Oimt, who has,the an- tendence of whatever relate* to ament, had better lodk oat for "Then yoo have _ __ the i a fear day* ago. Sew York, I to lean," I inteá&tó' Jam* of that monnment It1 moifrthan AM feet hteh thep —y- ne*er leaped from a higher plsoe " 110 or 120 fee*. > It was from the i Sr H$k No. not a gnat deal. I atiuok foremost in tks water and went under; I don't, know how far, bat a good way , for they had time to reaoh me nation anting the passage. I knew man who lamped from a higher place and was so much injured that he dWdj bat he didn't traders tsndlt, and'Struck bard on the water. It requires skill *nd ooolaess to do the thfa^ rtohtly. Lnoe, now admiral,"went down or fifty feet under the wstet the Aretta sank. Bat that was nota leap, liewaacarrieddownaby the saotkm when the ship made the m : struck dead from his i when they rose pro his mitad all recolta the was a ble ex* « dlfr' Jhavi IP1, i trav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 27 February 1885

1 • k- ' • • • • • v^*« ' fTr """ T'-T" -IP --r.tWB ilCi, • «M • M I • •• © • • •• .\ V / x- o © o O • V The N !a_tiohs¡. •-'i' ■ i. H. WALFORD, Publisher. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 188S. 'M MKN OP LETTERS AS PREACHERS. The Habitud Tendency of Certalu Authors to Moralise. Our own age diffors from those that proceded it not least in the pecu- liar character of its moralists. In former times the minister of religion wis usually the solo recognized mor- alist. Here and there scientific mor- rlistshave had considerable intluonce upon the moral practice of small groups of educated men. Both these classes of moralists we still have with us, although at present under an eclipse. Neither the clergy nor those whom they address are quite clear as to tho bias of theological doctrine pre- suppose .1 in all moralizing from tho pulpit. The scientific moralist can not directly address a public so enor- mous, so ill-cducated, so scant of leis- ure, and so eagev 'or cxc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 27 February 1885

l:h' >;f v ~ c Poít OrncKAT Rich iMift**. OXltUR «2.00 1.00 -• «0 VAX Y 87. tí*'!:. .<> xmm inMM «un. , Our oitiaeus have been highly en- tertained aeveral evenings during the week, at the Methodbt Cimroh, the oooation being the aaered Con- cert given >jr Mr. R. H. Randall and wife aud Mr. C. T. Caldwell,and the exerowes of the olaaa in vooal muaie, organise i bj then. Tuea- day night, despite the inclemency, quite a company gathered to hear what might be said and sung; we ieel satisfied in saying U were dy entertained. -Mr. RafF- I led in moat of the piecea carry- the soprano with a highly culti- vated voice^rell unddr control. Mrs Randall with her captivating alto, won deserved praise; her voice is tnarvelousiy sweet, and of anoh npass that ¡ahe aings with ease and grace (by grace we mean without facial contortions) the high est aqd loweat noteat distinctly. Mir. Caldwell's bass is simply grand, and the young lsdies(some of them) think he is too. He sings with a i and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 27 February 1885

t ♦ Jtri i ' r" «T • it "■ .1 I? tí V r^V*' V •* .' k¿ii.uAY hir> Yfni< ,>f arrival and departure oí ftitw on i.:.« • ,r.O. & S.F. And Sun wut ra'IrVatU—*- ú.c & s.r. North boUUd, arrives • ll>Ob. n. South bound-, „ * ft 04 p.m .SÜNSÉT. Wést bourtá, afrlVfig - I0,5*"n.m )-> - lt 57|>.ni. tSast bound * 4,0:1 a.m. „ - 3,55 p.m. JS?" The City IVártsfer Wves "Wheat's stables 15 minutes before time of arrival. U—■■¡Urn LOCAL ITEMS- RkmeüiíeA ¡the Inaugural ball Wednesday tne 4th Dr. Stotio reoivad news this week of the death of his brbther, in Vir- ginia A man named Drupe was arrested in Galveston,for stealing hides from Hhi/.oaia county, claimed ic> be the property of E. B. Thomas, a prom* inent stockman in Brazoria. Cad M. Nation keeps the finest playing cards, in tolvh. Call and see them, they are cheap. Col Ellis and Mr. W. D. Fields bf Sugar Lands, are in the city, to-day. We liear that Coi. Cunningham and Mr. Ellis have sold their Untire sugar crop of l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 27 February 1885

ta ..a " r n usu— nnr iiln -i'nrilii • J-i •v .; /■'■ scabaMB&i ffs- ■ t tor me to atrajr In; rblthe violet's Idus t poet ever ranted; Bul >ew her eye' diviner hue Hu mf bewildered tight enchanted. blntbiue by • bed IK snow-white Hile held my gtenoM: Hut gnat to lost, that charm to fled— Herll{M and chceks abanto former (ancle*. Tk* moraine song of morning bird Waa aweebMt mualc and tbe c'earcat; Bat oo* my deepest aodl to stlrrrd % ber low roteo that to deareat. Ah, If this heart desert me yet, ns well aware tbat I ahould And It EnUncled In a colden net. When ber rtch treaSea brightly bird Itl If when I aak abe ahould reject— No, no, that tbouirht ahall not dtoann i Pll claim her as my heart'a elect. And trust her afiswer will not ham me! —C. L. Clm/dand, lit Tht iVnst WHO WEEK THEY? We Hiltot fclh had 111 ton vii qiúrintkd wit£T the Jervoisét, who lived qot long been settled at .vicarage when we became ao> In a amall house close by the vioarase They had taken on a yearly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 6 March 1885

I. H. tVALFORI), Publisher. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH C. 1885. VOL. IV.—NO. 34. THE LADIES' GALLERY. r of the House of Common* Suggests In Favor of the Fair 8ei. lies who attend (lie debates in the i of commons have much reasou el grateful to Mr. S. Buxton, who ¿iven notice of his intention to lattention, on the civil service csti- next year, to tho state oí the bs' gallery, and to move "that it is sable to substitute for the present i pr Iting a railing so constructed as not [ exclude sound, light, and air.1' lie announcement was greeted with eers and laughter, ana doubtless it ts with some difficulty that the lies present refrained from ioining i the former expression of feeling. Ihould Mr. Buxton's motion result m be improvement of the "cage" in the espects mentioned, his name will be aentioned with blessings for many a future session by these ladies who Vtake an interest in politics. As at ■present constructed, the ladies' gallery [offers only the most tan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 6 March 1885

... O UK YKAB i t'« - *• • 9 9 «39 • • « t«~* ' • • Orna at Rich clam mattklf . ««■▼I the prooaeding of the h« Austin, we m l«d to the aducatioaal inititw , oilri the St «te ühimwty lo- I at the Sute Cepita) i* aboat : expensive laxarv there in thbarehfotlMr State. It ap- pente (hat k wan mq* •n of tar <m* aim wti vr. It you are suffering with low and de- prmsed «pirita, lm of appetite, general debility, disordered htoocU weak oousti tution, headache, or any iUnnawa of i billicNu nature, by all meen* procure a bottle of Umhíf Bitten. You will be autpriaed to nee the rapid improvement that will follnw; you will be inspired with new life: «treagth and activity will return; pain and misery will o and henceforth you will rejoice in praise of Electric Bitten. Sold at cento a bottle by all drujcicwt*. the fifty In tjbei I huEuwna and * msmm S m §Wm \ .. the edeca- ingfcter* of raon devoid teed apply. mm ia the boasted institution lawyers, doctora, preacher* are snada to order, at the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 6 March 1885

í- I ■•¿i • v .' I 5 * W « J :p • ■ .*4 •vr' O © UUWATiTI 1 ¡men of arrival and"departure oí O T' iu dej Muson th« 0.0. A S.í\ aud Sun- wt ra¡lr>«(|g— o.o. & s.r> Morth hound, arrived 11,0 a>m. •outh bound. „ , • fl 04 pair o «SUNSKT, West bound, arrives 10,57 h.ni > • U,57p.m. East bound „ . 4,03 a.m. ' - <J,55 p.m. 53?" The City Transfer leaves ^ heat a stables 15 minutes before time.of arrival. LOCAL ITEMS. VisiTijíc Cards, new stock re- ceived this week, at office of this paper. TUB childrrh'I uxl'I, Tbo little folk met at the school- house, and not to be out-done bv the bigger f; lk, celebrated the in- auguration by a nice little dance to the music of a voilin, etc. provided by their kind teachers, Mrs Connor and Miss Cassie Burkhart. They had a fine time, but sad to relate, tbey were entirely deserted by the boys. We are afraid, when the little niixscs get older they will bear this desertion in mind. Who ia the Meal Phjrslalaa. The one that does most to reli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 6 March 1885

"-| tmti i i •O O o KSÍÉÜ ■ . ''Ti mrnm THÍ SA1A0T. isljfelfeí w%m SSis " - 1 s ballot call*" said ha, i and tor Integritoe, > solve with oertalBlaa, I of the centuree!" I hi* band* upon hit knee, —i ought to vote t" «aid the. , • candidate was he, —t to be, te door-bell jingled free,— i of Afrtkee, , the candidate to see, i you pay for rotes!" asked haw > unrasllee s hand caressed his knee, I election day," said he, y Mack and John Magee," I held the door all graclouslee, i candldatlsh courtesec. LOTE ANO DUTY. tüffl inu Uv SK WB La wild and rooky coast, along " the path that led to the ; ordlna- i like Owen Glenn. Bnt uid of late brightened uplta t,n" fl§&—a young girl named ánnia, after the aged grandmother fáozeá by the hearth through the Ing evenings, content to watch the •right flamea ap they ahot up from the broad fieplace. e, and «erhaps to aee past with her tfim eye , e waa a ■harp-voiced. and! Haiti ' tweet tin ] art i ran a tall, oa tree I • deserted hut,-which ...

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