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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 January 1875

Jpcratd "aud planter. lo o a l8. ¡¡ST A t tliis Fefifon of the ytarhen so many of oar people uro suffering from cold*, we call attention to Ayer'-i Cher- ry Pectoral as a suro care not <uly for cough* and colds, but all affections the|1ung* and throat bnrir.g iMcd it in our family for years, we can speak from personal knowledge of its efficiency There may be other remedios that are good, but in all our experience this has proved by far the best. Its qualities are uniform and wholly reliable. It ploasant. to take, and should be kept at command by every family, as 4 pro tectioi^against a class of complaints which seem bartule in the beginning but become afflicting and dangerous if neglected.—New Haven ReyUter. ^ ' m I m , J£P" Japanese Pens, 200 bushels to the acre. Soed for sale at Sam Dcvall •toro. Notice the sale of the Cbadoin land near Suhulenburg. This would be a great bargain for any ^enterprising man, as there is timber^cnough on it to pay for it four times over. Call on Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 January 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. Twwtyfoub greyhound* of choice breed were recently sold In England for upward of $7,650. Thk late Barry Cornwall declared, not long before hi* death, that It was while going to business on an omnibus that he wrote all his poems. Utah yielded $10,000,000 worth of the pregk>U8 metals in 1874, which is double tbe value of all that were mined in 1873. At a recent sale of antiquities in Edin- burgh two of the bones of Robert Bruce were «old for £5, and one of the vertebra) of William the lion for £6 10s. A historical wine-glass, which is one of a set owned by John Hancock, was re- cently deposited in the Independence Hall Museum of Philadelphia. It bears the following inscription: " Success to Wilkes and Liberty," and has an interesting his- tory. It Is one of a dozen presented to John Wilkes while a prisoner In the Tower of London, and by him sent to John Hancock before the Revolution. Ik California Chinese medical quacks are largely patronised by people who ought ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 21 January 1875

t > cW p.- '7 it. JteshrU ,s.i fiwmíw 1 r v*.I; >'«! fcaa ■ J " f «'i? Ti - mm A WEEKLY Ji^TOI^PKa,TO- POLITICS, AWP, MTBRATÜltE, ACRICULTORB, STOCK RAISING, ÉH ÉM WtM' ' "**& «■ ■ J HALLET§TH£E, TESLSS,' THUKSDAY, JANÜARY 21, 183 XbSTMudWl Í Shplir S*~r- n,x',u.UIÍMMm fmm «raw irectfon from whence .ji «— . . • ;!*i, u ,••-v i ■ .(INA CHILDREN, TBE TEAR S TWELVE é knew from the direc lM raa . CKIosjfo Tribuno, 6th. J the to S -or Aswan. the vary. ""SAttiS had happeh who «till reinei will be vmriuind gray, Watches tlie snow aftd shivering sigbi r around him flies; underneath a thorn, - tfor the lingering morn. " Febm^QhluJ^indsoM,/ f ® ^ O'erTurrows striding scorns the cold, And with iiis horses two abreast, jbrbc. !;ÍiE;W3¡KS7,'.S, April, a child, half tears, half emiles, TrhtttfM little ptóyftir wife#; '* k 'A Aajjanghlng, WtoLr rainbow hood, Mekr tira wild violets hi the wood. blustering down the road, VOX crease of the snow-drift, or aught, even mírlete, jf |t WjibtOTJa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 21 January 1875

Stall as! llu!t y * • Jan SI, 1*75. IDITÓ3, TUS GJVEIUORS MÜB8A8E. iinmi On Prifey evairfn* laat, two wpiea of tha fh1n<wn Waw* arrived by enaree of mail, eMrtalaiwg tha raapadkive of the Governor of aw S'ate and of thr l*-|ri Iff* of the United Statea—a coin cfclaaea in point of time where no other KIIIIIN H" ™ AWaAe That of Gen. Grant is time of n- deroffntory to the etvUlMtlon of a erwe- ,(a tamo end impotent .«polo. fj lw an acknowledged infraction of the ■■■rttirtfm of the United State ; aad a pfetfal avaaiaa or aemi^nial ot hw for the Waahington eabi- - -,mmmntisr~ tion o< Iho military la Loaiaiana, and applauded the tyrannical coadopt of it* pliant tool the cavalry aoldiorand ruf- fian—Wl. Sheiidaa. Only one abaolnte troth i contained in it—that CongreM had shirked tho reapoaaibility of action in the past; and only one sensible suggestion offered— that the saine Congiess should immedi- ately relieve him of the difficulty and •o arrange matters that bo should l¡e callad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 21 January 1875

<4 é> ftvxU Mi fiarte*. LOCA L8. 2ft jHT At tht aemoti of the ycarhen KMJ of oar people are suffering froui oMá, W c«B attention to Ayer'a Cher- ry ?«ctaral as • «oro cure not ouly for coagha aud cold*, bat all affection du langa and Uiroat hating need it in oar family far yean, we cas apeak from patao—I kaowlodge of ita efficiency There my be other retnediee that are good, bat la all oar experience tliia baa pro red hy far the beat Ita qnalitiea are aaifara and wholly reliable. It is pleaeaot to take, and should be kept at command by every family, as a pro- tection against * claas of complaints wliich aeem karinlese in the beginning, but become afflicting and dangerous if neglected.—Ni Haven Register. tSF Japanese Peas, 200 bushels to the acre. Seed fórjale at Sam Dcvall atore. J^On account of the continuance of bad weather-lira. H. C. Taylor will not i school until February 1st 1875. Venus tranaited over the sun's coun- tenance about the 8th of December last, and the old fel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 21 January 1875

CIENES AL HBETIT1ES. Cot.!*#««t ln 1874 more women ( was wort than toen InEngíaad! Two «ecretaries of the British Legation at Vienna are *oao to marry Aipericun *, and .* In a pamphlet by Dr, Carter Blake, It is said (hat the Ukea'ta the northeast of Ice- land are i SofltMM _ I Hippocrates taught that the heat Of the rlanatwmd body was caused life, appetite, etc., Instead of what is true, the reverse, fa cultivating this alkali tir*>— "•w" p>r. rjSti Sxwárd Is about the pttly man of much consequence whose grave Is not neglect- ed. A monument with "He was faithful" on It marks the place where he lies ln th« cemetery at Auburn. Omvbb Downino, a well-known ton architect, has just died on the da: the funeral of his wife, he beta# 80 years old and abe 87, find thoy having lived to- gether 07 years. Tin young ladles of Albany who re- ceived Christmas presents from Count Baril, a love of a nobleman who has been breaking hearts ln that city, are now re- turning them to the jowelry-fto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 21 January 1875

HERALD & PLANTER SUPPLEMENT. SHERIDAN'S LAST LIE. Now Orleans, Feb. 91—Gen. Sheridan, in a note to Hon. Geo. Í". Hoar, chair- man, says in response to inquiries of members of Congressional Committee as to the number of persons killed and •wounded in this State since 1806 on account of their political opinions; I have to state that tlie number reported to date is as follows: Killed, 2141; wounded, 2115; total, 425(Í. A thundering fellow is little Phil., With Indiaris to fight or liquor to swill, Ah long as the blood or inouey holds out You muy oount him iu whoever is out. .dan—dan—Phil. Sheridan, Ulyssos is master and Phil, is man. Phil, said he whs going to Cuba for fun. To smoke and to drink neath a genial sun: Tis writ by the pen of Ulysses the Great, That he sent him to rule the Pelican State dan—dan— Phil Sheridan, Who is. lying, the master or man ? . - '• ' I Phil and the soldiers lawyers are not, And ean't be expected when blood is hot State rights to scan like a Supreme c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 4 March 1875

- ,. -->* \ < •▼U ,d u i t C r' *-f¡A — • -Ji'-í J t «m.'. « g . "**! — — ' 4 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT • «' i i ,4- ' mm ..... <4 OF IltMK . apf— Wr. volume ra. ""W HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. THE TARTAR. WHO CAÜQffí A TAR- TAR. • irr o. base. There's trouble in Hungary now, alls I Tliero'a trouble on evcty liund! ■Jior Lhat terrible man, ■ . The Tarta* Khan, Is ravaging all the huid. He íb riding loi-th ifitb his ugly . o rob anil ravish and Bitty; men, For deeds like those, You may well Tartu r^way. Are quite in the And now he comes, the terrible ohiel, To a mansion, grand and old; '■ And he peers about, Within and without, i And what do his eyes behold? •IKS* A-thousand cattle in field and fold, «♦•«y,And-iiheei) all over the plain ¡ And noble steedB - - ^ -tOM«re t_■ ■ . *—< Btit-Sner irffll i Wte hoarded wealth • ■ •* '(That lils ravished eyes behold— ■ - * * Hf sliver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 4 March 1875

ffirroli mi f (¡uta Thursday, Mar. 4, I^T5. a LSI KTLl. • * EDITOR Sir TV | w«w* "f eWlliarti " i« toward tbe letting ann. Jlallctsvillu has |h *u barjUrWI. • 8<>mo wicket iihli- vmIiisI, not baring tlio fu r of tlio law, nitciniHifl the literal ron.litioii of 8tmk«sa|.oar's word*— Ui!uaiiM yon aro rirtnon* "hall tborc W no more calc* ami ale." lie maile a de*|>er.«to rai-1 npon the swoet <tock i<t baker Roichman, curry- ing off all the cake* and a* a g"0'l watch waa not kept on tho premium, Molo a ^iilj una «o tbiit bo coulJ make |P i4 time who# the, |>i tol era* firod. Thonifh it wa* rather out of the c8son aavcriri of the ladlue In the honso indul- ged iu / ttrmtnu JSTews Items. Iu tho Legislativo report* pnUialied in tht State Otistte of tho 10th u!t., ««- cur* the Allowing Miignlar ttstcinont: '•A «•«iifcrence waa requested to arrange the difference bvtween tho ten hnrtre. If tho funn? man of-the 8«ii Antonio Herald had cant hi* eye upon this para- graph, he w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 4 March 1875

' i* * vij > t ■M gtttaM mil flauta. LAVACA COUNTY. KKM8 ttia. ADVKBTISZHgKTfl. i of 1 inch, ont insertion... |I 00 I * ioaartiom..i........... ■to .•••..a... •oaU).— UOQth. tkn oh .1 . 90 .8 js . 18 j5 IH, . |ij|i dr«rtiMHMitt. by the y«ar taken ■( reduced Mia, ud quarterly ohange permitted. LQO A LS. jar Attention w directed to the ad- vertisement of J. E. Foster'* Second Gold and Land Distribution at Houston, Texas, March 'ad. —— i ¡o: ■ < wfl be80uhce8, needs, agricultural, and climajtxc advantage*, and inducemb.vt8 to ihjíig3ant8. By request of a large number of our moat influential Citizens,'tfce wri- ter offers the following descriptive estay upon Lavaca oounty. As an integral portion of the State, governed by the laws, and existing nnder the same constitution, a brief statistical artiole upon the present oouditiou of Texas will not constitute an inappropriate proface. Texas. There is no portion of the American Continent rioh a soil,, such varied agricultural product*, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 4 March 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. Th Empbbsb Euoknie Is said to b« wasting awajr withoojisauiptton. SPÍfClÁL ísIreet carg'for ladles, especially In the morning* and evenings, are adv<v o tedtby«he Nttw York Herald. Th* largest owner of calves in Texas is Capt. TRniéít qfXoB Laureles ranch, Corpus Chrlsti,w" near Corpus ( Vnertfot 10,000. A Wa , who has just branded ITabhinoton capitalist who was treat- ed to a "25-center,'' slipped ba. k to the cigar-store,.the other day, and economi- cally exchanged It for "three for a quar- Mink Host Lvndb, of Rockland, Me., has called upon the Common Council of (hat city tp pay him $35,000 damages be- • cause a small-pox flag was planted upon hjs hotel eighteen feet flu Tub tree near the City of Mexico, under whlqti Cortes is said to liave wept when lie thought that ruin and failure stared him ' £tce,ls still standing and is fully i feet through the trunk. January the villages near , In Sicily, were disturbed by earthquakes, the sure forerunners of vol- cani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 11 March 1875

e rJk rmñ\ ■iOej ZAJ'M I *? H . \9 «■'- ■ tffT n** 4 ST -f ••>-••-f^rrrt-y :•• J. .1 -¡I l ;;>ti if !* f *■*}'■ 'MM , .*•••'■' I A TVTjlEKLY NEWSPAfEBj PEyÓTÉD TP POEITÍCS,.ART,' LITffiATÜRB, HrtJltÉ, STOCK RAISING, AND *%t w- _■« .. ; =sr .-..MOi III. H. THURSDAY, MARCH j TKffr xs jr mmUt (ft r . éoiíoflna wórk whl •* Anfl bo the weary vomfe r* ietimeff worn! The answer c lbbkya1t. * SB-some find rest, world goe ,pn; r-which is best; i, when lile i* gone. •<6ame eyes sleep when soma oyes wake, 1 so tliec '" Ah, Dóbbyl felaAutt^¿ee you," gald Jennings coming up open-banded. "Oh, Mr. Dobby,'tiow late you «re!" cried Mrs. Jennings. " Rare game, itn't it V" cricd mopping the perspiration off his head. '"{declaré it isn't fair," cried a pretty, silvery voice; and little Jenny Grey, Mrs. ' • - - -yás 'fflCT 9 so. i Will lalit where some wills «ght; ' • love the tent «ml soma tí fleld; : > wonder*wdio are right— „ s^vho strive or those who yield.; is and thro • Somajeot halt w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 11 March 1875

i M; Sfituli mi fiante* TfcnrsAajr, Mar. 11 t%T5 g. LBK EYLK. EDITOR CBIMK ROT INCREASING. We continunally hear remark* about tbe "good old tlmee" when the District Court bald hot two sessions during the year, and then only for two week . The inference, that crime is on the Ufcrease, |« howsrsr an entirely false one. We haré bat (to remember that at proennt the colored population, having equal political and aocial right*, have aleo the equal right to commit crime nnd receive poaishroent from the oourta of the country, i ñatead of from a maater aa formerly. « That very «cellent law, commonly ealleil the PUtol Law, al*o eauMi large amonat of business, which unfor- tunately ha* the right of hearing be- fore the District Court. A* toon aa ft are permitted to change oar organic law wo *honld re- establish the old Connty Coarta, giving them jarUdiction in all piatol caso*, ss- ■Mita and batteries; and in civil «iiita in all snms under ftve hundred dollar*. The District Court *hould have a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 11 March 1875

!i i •-.si I • ■ 'oMr, - p' c A*P1 I . f i«ietl « * ül FIRM NEW GOODS. II a Co-Futoomip, ud will be M. h lindenburg * SOU tere m -} ■i , HOTEL,. nod m many m* [CONTISUXD ¡aijra£* W :oo:- §P ¡111 flJjpS m lowest IMag I Ha* C«p , Oothin* oT ñllsiassand qualities, sod Dry Good of «ray pattern ud mateiJaL W Peaohee, mooted iW" *W :4U-*¿% invariable success of all who 1 to the country. ttte second year I valuable Tmm mi WÜOm* Doraeryc the «rill wmly bay of A. 4 8. tetytiaWii r •t <VIV Never suffer long from a cough At this age of the world, when yon ean pt Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, it isa orim- nal neglect if yon do not cure it Be viae in time. None .—All persons indebted to me either by note or open ac- eonnt am hereby notified that I am closing ap my basinets for the year 1874. Unlet they come forward and settle tlie •ame I shall be compelled to place them in court for collection. J. August. ggr Mr. Simon Levy, of the firm of A. & S. Lory Victoria, Texas, has been spending several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 11 March 1875

Till A u. \ ; t)EN£BAL BBEYITl^f), Tbs prevailing destitution JalTew York City Is greater than for the last thirty y®"™- i Baunum furnished lilis Kellogg with one of his camels Tor The Talisman (opera), Iq New York tUe otber night. W. W. Bailey, o i W#verly, Iowa, has fallen heir to $J,000,000 by the death of an uncle at C'ohoes, N. Y. Tub Iowa State Agricultural College "term buys its milk, says an exchange and asks, " How is that fdr a model farm? " There being nothing in the laws of Colorado to stay his hand, a man in that State has started a paper called the Trini- dadkm. Mr. Jambs M. Blackburn, of Wooster, Ohio, has an apple plucked llfty-one years ago, still In i good stale of preservation. " Dkah Tom—Coihe immediately if you see this. If not, come on Sunday." This difficult invitation appears as a personal in the London Timet. The Mayor of Grand Baplds, Mich., has issued a card, wherein he says that the employment of females in any drinking place Is void of good taste and dam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 18 March 1875

JJfíí HttVtf. • 4Ú" - ■"; h-.m 4 m i i f f! W ► j-í, * A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. ran Throne of attila. (Venice, 1874.) vbinkusD lion o( St. Hark, Hog through thine thousand isles me sunny summer yesterday*, unknown boats through unknown bays, or crossed and yellow sail wff in' steely coat of mail— the Tyrol's peaks ot enow _ ass-trfown causeways well below, touoh "Bordello. •O'n-.K Oncea-land, I trfók'a Béa-shell in my hand, Aftd Mmt like any trumpeter. ned on hi oar zed, but did not stir, Aher island shore poBin eohoe/ ' * , but nothing more a all the land. rsu.ce once, and here l sword and flame, 3 ot hollowed atone fractional part of the Confederate' Gov- ernment, and shall we higgle over techni- calities in this whirlwind age, when a glo- rious opportunity is presented? Look at the immortal thieves of history—Alex- ander, Cesar, Titus, Cortez, Pizarra. Did they ever hesi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 18 March 1875

xt i i j J. I H I i p • i hB $ IB § : § frrafi an! flimtn. liandar* Mar. 19. IS7S. STATE COIVESTIOH. ( lis lililí EDITOR THK STATE LEGISLATURE. Bills Passed. -* Tliu bill Milling a Constitutional Con- •ntion, (witli the 8 natc Amendment rst the people at tlie time of electing eloipitr* shall vote for or against oiivcntion.) has p*<M I anil goes to the ifuTcrnor for approval. An act, prescribing that the LeiiiaU- itr* «hall moot oil the first Monday in April, 1870, and at the same date annn- allr thereafter, passed the Sánate. Tli« bill, making it a penal offence for officers whose '.erins have c*j>ired to continue in poaaoaeinn of the office and performance of official acts, pn«aed. Also a bill conferring additional jnriv dl'eti .11 on justices of the peace. S-nat" bill providing for election of - Til \<wt*r< and Collectors ut tW next fc-nerel «lection. County nflwtrs, remove.) for ennse, •hall Im ineligible to office for two year . The offi te of Assistant Attorney Gen-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 18 March 1875

r*-1 *. $tuU auá $ tent . *sa LOO ALS. Ladiu——For Nice Gloves, Corsets id Uoaiory, go to M.Lindenbnrg <k Son Nofttoi.—All persons indebted to mo ither by noto or open ac- •t are hereby notified that I am oloaing up my busihets for tho year 1874. Unless they come forward and settle the ■ferae I shall be compelled to place them in court for colleotiou. J. August. Qcrrs —VL Lindenburg Sc Sou have JBegMt ña Boots, <fc Shoes, also New Braanfels Gaasimere for Sumiller Suits. ftt Mr. Simon Levy, of the firm of ^,48. Levy Victoria, Texas, has been pleading aaveral months in the dry- goods markets of the east, and has made •xisaaive purehasas of Spring and Sum- goods. These, are arriving daily by «rwfr SMajner Irom New Orleans, New Tttrlt, ^hiladelphia and Bostcm^^gb| LAVACA COUNTY. its :o:- BESOUHCE8, NEEDS, AQEICtTLTUHAL, AND CLIltATIO ADVANTAGES, AND INDUCEME *iTS TO IHMIOXANTB. By request of a large number of our moat influential OitizenB, the wri- ter offer tho following descripti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 18 March 1875

1 J I e a >. i it a n * i I B « f. 0 h 1 L tiEKEBAL BREVITIES. A LITTI.B boy in Albany bit liis tongue while rocking in a chair, and bled to death. Am Arctic seal was recently seen in the Chesapeake, basking himself upon a float- ing cake of lee. A druggist In Lewis ton, He., declares that over a ton of snuff Is annually con- sumed in that town in dipping, chiefly by women. Cincinnati declines to recognize the ef- fort inade by some ot her citizens to or- ganize a rival Centennial Exposition for 1876. Mb. Elijah Thibn Foh Laisim, amative of Shanghai, China, has been chosen class poet for the class of 1877 in the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale. Souk seed wheat brought to Colorado from Germany, three years ago, has been experimented with and found to yield 50 bushels to the acre, of an excellent grain. Lbmon juice used as a gargle is said by a French physician to be a specific against diphtheria and similar throat troubles, which he has successfully used for eighteen years. It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 25 March 1875

. . v* ■' • ft * í í:H 4- ■ .18 tl f A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMMIGRATION. .•MVf m • * • • " VOLUME III. x *r HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1875. NUMBER 35. . THE " iraTK" OF A BLUSH. Two maples by the cottage porch '' Grew crimson ia tlte sunset light; Was It their leaves' reflected glow • ' Which made Uer perfect iiux so bright? « ickering shade, I led her gently down the steps, And down the pathway's flic! I I Bnt MUI o-eiieiíerbhelík aud U. The same deep radiance warmly played. *' Knohgli, O Sweet!" i wlfti|fcredlow; "Tbat heart is mine I yearned to win; • No sunset tush,-but lore'svure dawn,- Breaks from (lie kindled bouI within 1" —Paul H. Utiync. t WRITTEN ON A LAtHfS FAN. When Ihllen Eve became aware How ill she nad behaved to man, Tolüdofromhla repróuoüfUl tetare ade herself a fan. She went and made 1 -hkil, rt — The action rather jf He y djén't knjftv she hadíuch oyes." So when...

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