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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

Whm the wicked gat possession Of our funds and spend them free, And our Ire flndi full expiesslun, We are angry an can he. we condemn each ci -oked action, But lt' always understood At the atart of the transaction . That the money'! gun for food. The irrafter whom we're after Puts the each where It will stay, And hi mild sardonic laughter Lightly echoes for awny, But we want Investigation And we hold It with a will. Though our only compensation la a righteous wrathful thrill, Washington Star. (Copyright, 1906, by Kodasura Klnnosuke, like all stu-! dents from the Flowery Kingdom, . was a most Industrious and Intelli gent scholar and was pointed to with pride by the faculty of the university who held him up as an example for the less conscientious occidental youths. Whllo perfectly polite to his fellow students, Kodasura never for got that he was a Prince In his own country and that behind him was a noble pedigree running back for thou sands of years and he maintained a reserve toward...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

THE RISING SON. WWV& WOODS Buns mi M aaagw . Published Eery Week RISING SON FUBLISHINCCO raUHSCKHTlON RATES: f r M illMlbU.. lr month Boat U lorietl paid In adtanoa rad (U Mr V Offir JTanM OUT, ai Seccnui fiats Matter. Oorraapondenta wanted In ear cllf Mtf town m thin mate. Write u. All Dews matter Intended for pub lication nhould reach our office not la ter than Tut pilar, of each week and teachers, why employ a teacher lie uit be signed by the writer not for ,,,d whoin a M question murk puuucauuu, out as gunrauiee ui auiu ottdty. WICIl-No. 117 Wat Slitr. St., Kanaaa City. Mo. Advartisiittf RhIi, for aae Ixih, o Imartlnn .M or on Inch, each lMgual Insertion JO or two iMkfi. three niuain l ot fur two lache. Hi mnnlli 100 for two Inch, nine nontht Mat twtwolnenu twelve nunlh 1100 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Vhe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

THE HISIHO SON. Kugene Vatigan, A (ft. Kansas City, Kas. mn split I-og. A. W. Walkei, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleat It's the little blu we collect here and there that enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Get the bablt of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. Prof. R. T. Caleo will contribute an article to The Son next week on Do- metic Science. All kinds of hot and cold drinks are still being served at McCampbell it, Houston's. Bishop Grand made a flying trip to Chicago to attend the Lincoln Anni versary. Maggie Roland died last Sundny af ter several months Illness and was burled from the home of her father, 312 W. 7th St. She was a member of several societies and her .funeral was placed in charge of the Taber nacle. T. J. Knox of Emporia, Kas., attend ed the Lincoln Day celebration at To peka. He Is the kind of man the Son likes to meet. Mr. Knox is a stock raiser of note and a man of business He subscribed for the Son at once. The Knights o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

STAHT OF FLOTUVA FEVD "Sl sKIn abmi f-ii'l- " iinl John I, . I!'ilii.lm it of Tatiiji-i. Fla. "I itiinl. thai i In- ir'.irifi--t. ii I" Inn-p-1 1 - 1 1 Is urn- Intuitu iwn f ii ri ; 1 1 i h Iti Mst.nti enmity. In nnr ':i'". It t arn'" ii'ni'ii thin Vmi Inn In our Ma'.- cmIiii linn Infill i!h;ii i-nrK ilnr- II. Mi-- IiIl-M :i fi I II mull wnk-H tip to fir, I i: caril' ii a ifii-at mii1 fmle TIiIm 1 1. i.l f -1 r f . l i" ti) th" fa I llui' l-'iiir ll.i I- lini.'t on cm a I an I tint '-rv suh- i- 'at '..i!; liull' a' 'ha'. -! f l.i I ly III r-11 '' li- iiiiiiinr I'lJiitlcs. Hurry lie.-',,,-, Iia I a nt- latcli -if Irinh n- - . ami (Cii Vance, ;U ni-lt-h-l.ii I'l l wl.ii' In- f.i'liil a l. inn ami ii- i ti- li'iii.-" was a Mnl.luili- Mi l- nii.li1 ! 'I'lltu- s ir.iio (atcli i1 . -:i ii ar'i aii'l tli- in ' iimirlnc I l:a I a filci- lar.'i' sin1. Iio'e f 1 1 3 ' I : I, wa'iT li i liN v;r.l ti pat ?1 T.'m h.i ri;i- n i t 'i i Vanc Im h;nl a i.l-li'ili- Willi In- vulii 'i lii-'l. Willi i ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

i. Zilch, Juicy ZUdlihe Ft. Xrerrbodjr Iovm Juicy, tender radishes, Balzer ltnowi this, hence he offer to tend rou absolutely free, sufficient radih aeed to keep jrou in tender radishes all sum mer long and his great ALIU' BAROAHT tllD BOOK. with it wonderful surprise and great bargain in seeds at bargain prices. The enormous crops cm our sped farms the pnt season compel as to irsue this Special catalogue. SEND TII1S HOTICS TO-DAY. and receive the radishes and the wonder ful linrgnin liook free. Remit 4c and we add a Package of Cns mo the most fashionable, serviceable, beautiful annual flower. Jolin A. Salter Seed Co., Lock Drawer W .La Crowe, Wis. Marvels of English. "Ah, your language! Eet ees so difficult." "What's the matter, count?" "First, rls novel ect Biy ye man was- unhorsed." "Yes?" "Zen It say he was cowed." TId Bits. TO rVHV. A COLD IN 0F. PAT Tk I.A.X ATI VK lllloMo U'llnlm Tmnptn. irtiB tit rff mia mnni'v tr It fiel to -ure. K. w. UuVL ulrnamrc Is oa esi-b Im. IK. It I...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

He Promised to "Obey." A irosp'ftlv- Hostnn lirl.lrtfrootii, who nu'iini to li muster in hi own linnso, i-iillccl en ilu- wi-ll Known l'lTK milll. U. V IV V. WVtl.ltl'. who was to ti tlif K1101 tln followinc ilay. "I lm,- lu'iinl." In- wild. "tl.it yon (Mill- the wol'i " 1 1 ' from the nuir il;ici- Hi iiiiiv Will yon kindly Urr li 10 inoi imi "" .Mr. WVtnlti' iiMI muh prxtn ixmI to ilo so. "Wilt Hum. I ,uc . iiu!ii!-f 10 loe. lmlinr, iiml nl' "" u.is ii(imptlv iitiswrrril I ' ih,. Iii.li- without cii'iiinr Tin Mini" iUi !ioii ii pui lo tin- urooin, who hc-iia'fil. si.iiiiuh'II'iI. ntiil milpi'il In' imswiriil. as 1 1 ;t 1 lis I'liih'. "I will." proh:ilil not wishini; to cri'iiti' :. Mvtio. I.iili'l' he rrproilrlu'il tilt' iniiii.-trr. "Itnt oii uU Hi" to ii' H," woiil 'ol 1 -v.' " sal. I Mr. WVtnlti', wiili ,1 twinUlf in his r;i'; "how w;i- I to I now that yon wanted It for tin' lady only? Von should have hcctl tin Hi' tAplirit " i uonaul. Cause and Effect. "I stipposo tio clasped y...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. HENRY M. BEARDSLEY REPUBLI CAN CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. On Saturday next. Mr. H. M. Beards ley will. go before the Republican of this city as a candidate -for the mayor alty nomination. Mr. Beardsley needs no special In troduction to th cltlr.ens and voters of this municipality. His great ac tivity in public affairs has expended over a period of many years during which time he has been a devoted -student on municipal government. In placing himself before the Republican primaries he has outlined his policy 1n connection with the Important questions now pending and which must shortly be brought to a conclu inn in these nubile Issues good citizen Is Interested. Mr. Beardsley stands in favor of good Btreets and a riPHn and healthy city, the granting of franchises to public service corpo rAtlona only after thorough Investiga tlon as to their value, and the se- curing, in the contract, frr the peo pie the lowest charge possible for that which Is...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

WHITE HOUSE WEDDINGS Recent Ceremony the Twelfth Held in the Executive Mansion Twenty Years Since Miss Folsom Married President Cleveland. 1' i'v1 ir i .It rfersun 's .id;nl:;lstra!lon w.is lie Cist tiiat began ami i tided In the While t'ousi'. He win a wl lower, i;n I v, li.ili vt r v teres hi-, ail in i ti isr ra tinTi I. . I ef a so-.ial charncti r wad due to lie i k m tire of Mrc. Malison, wife of tile So ret a ry ef Sta'e nnd the fna'rj: serial factor of Washington otliaal life. Tli" 1 1-rMon of Jamea Malison liroKh thW most -opiiln r of Ameri can notch to tlie highest so' la I 1 osi ti. n In the RepnMlr. There v.eie two weddings in the Whl e House while she was Its nils t.vss. The tir.-t wedding to occur lit the pro I 'cut's house was that of the willow of a nephew of George Wash ington I iicy Payne. Mrs. Malleoli's o'.:i,gir !" er. who was innrrieil at tin aiie of li. in IT.'I?, to George Step tin' Washington ami liveel during her widowhood with the Madisons in Wiishlngtt n T...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

French Fancies. A rery deep-pointed girdle of black panne velvet hooka In the back. At the top In the front, It Is cut down and two ahallow point at the top In the center. It Is embroidered very light ly around both edges In silver, and liver medallions are appliqued on men side of the center front, there be- tug three Inches of the plain velvet between these silver appliques. In the beck a single large meda'llon hooks over from side to side, concealing the folnlng of the belt at that point. Still another girdle shows down the center front a row of tiny French tows of velvet, each having a tiny rhlnestone buckle In Its center. An other has little rosettes with silver buttons as centers. Girl's Dress of Red Cloth. The skjrt Is mado with a narrow tabller, trimmed with straps and loops of black velvet, fastened with steel buckles. The blouse, opening over a lace chemisette, and the short bolero, with large bertha, are both trimmed with the black velvet, the ends fin ished with loops an...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

THE RISING SON. UTXB'VOODS Euabmi Mauser. f ubllshed Kery Week HISINOSON FUBLISHINCCO l'&L'HSCKUTION RATES: ft -t f month Oat Boath . . . MM irletlj paid In adano flr4 ai Iht r,t o&c i XantM OU7, OJ Acred C'miW MutUr. Oorrnpondpou wanted In t ary cllj laa town 10 thin state. Write us. Alt news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office nut la tor than Tutcdav, tl each week sod Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as (ruaraoiee of authenticity. rrioii-Ne. 117 west sistr. Kansas City, Me. AU vrtitiif Rnts, fsroalh. on loirtlin M at on inch. i h uliruno lnierUoo IV rr two tarkrs, htvt noaiii IUf Furtwo lariiF', tii mnntli log for two Im-hn. nlna month loan olicliH fi month 11 at OLDEST NEtiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RE? ST. l i"he paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers, e 'I'lii iiiiitnii of thf Son mi tin- tiuiy ( litliy (iiliin will...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

THE BISIHO SOU. Eugene Vaugun, A (ft. Kansas lily, Km. . 8K Split Ixg. A. W. Walkei , Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's tne llttln blu we collect here end there tit enables ui to run from jreur tti yesr." LOCALS. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. Prof. R. T. Caleo will contribute an article to The Son next week on Do minic Science. , All kinds of hot and cold drinks are still being served at McCampbell & Houston's. Bishop Grand made a flying trip to Chicago to attend the Lincoln Anni versary. Maggie Roland died last Sunday af ter several months illness and was buried from the home of her father, 312 W. 7th St. She was a member of several societies and her funeral was placed In charge of the Taber nacle. T. J. Knox of Emporia, Kas., attend ed the Lincoln Day celebration at To peka. He is the kind of man the Son likes to meet. Mr. Knox Is a stock raiser of note and a man of business. He subscribed for the Son at once. The Knigh...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

7"A? Great Ideal 'Tif p? iilo whl.'h rni us to mourn. l.X-1 IH'It' ImIoW 1i unMttii lifiit ntiilil w'11 bo t)(iin, l.ik'iMr in winter cii'itt; H it j ottthiK f uinfotir w inlKht win, Vi V'mmi for wmitlly lrup-. Atf iln ii--t)HinN tin liitih-H illn, Kuvh wants to It ihr Im.-. Th riieif i rtn f prnrt that' drawn An nutiH'iMt H'mIj. On ruler Kfctnn M 1 1 -ad Upon AnitlnT nilt-r's ln t In. Ani limit h nr pfn-i- tiU'h man nMcm An 11 n t tn m rt :i tt t Ins. Hi wauls td hv the Va.th)nKtin Star. 1 Vf I I II "X. LIT I ' (rVipyilKbt. by My twin brtier, Heinrich, was. as you Know, a musician uf ruro talent, if nut s nlus. Moth of us were sid to have exceptional abilities along nmb a! lines. i!i our youth. Like most twins, we were very close to-Ki-tlwv an 1 fond of one another. Moth ! l r: n n:::sn- passionately, we resolved to 1 e.ui.e musicians ami sptit o-:r patr.i'.v ::y in our studies. We ('.it a'ro.ii at; 1 worked under tii- its: masters an 1 developed our talents as N st we cou'.d. I ul...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

m re IV. o If 1 W I Nervous Women Thlr Suffering Ar Usually Dut to rmal Dltordtrt Perhaps Umutpnltd A MEDICINE THAT CUBES Can we tllsput :th well-known 'factthat American twotnen art tier Ivoua ? How often dowe hear the expres sion, "I am so ner- Jvoua, It seems as if I should fly;" or, ) "Don't speak to make yon irritable you can", sleep, you are unable to quietly and calmly perform your daily tasks or care for your children, The relation of the Serves and gen erative organs in woman is so close that nine-tenths of the nervous pros tration, nervous debitity,' the blues, sleeplemness and nervous irritability arise from some derangement of the .organism which makes tier a woman. Fits of depression or restlesnneHs and irritability spirits easily affected, so that one minute she laughs, the next minute weeps pain in the abdominal region and between. the shoulders; loss of voice; nervous dyspepnia; a tendency to cry at the least provoca tionall these point to nervous pros tration. Nothi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 February 1906

He Promised to "Obey. A iriispcrllvc Hoston lirldiwontn, vim miMiii tn It(. n!it,i' In his own I m :i 1 1 , t mi I lie Weil l. nown f l'-l l; Wiuill. Hi'V ('. V. WVlldll". wlin was ! i ti- th,. Kunt t In- fnlliiW'ltiit ilny. ' I 1'iiv h.'iinl." lie s-illil. "II .it yon I'ir.i: 1 1 1 word ! ' from tin1 innr tiiit.' i rviro Will ymi kindly Ins-ri It ' iiini'i nw Mr. Vndt nlilly ll'il.v pnniii"l to ilo so. "Wilt thou. I. r.i . piiimiM' to loM'. Iioiior, mill n!-'. whs Uolilitlv uiisttrrrd hy II, . Iii.lc witlnmt ili tiinr. Tin- mini" i u 'irti was nii to tln room, who 1 . . -1 -: i : t I, xMiiiiiii'ivil. nn.l uiilpt'd. I.' iinsw (fill, ii s hiul l is lulilr, "I wi!'. " prnl. iilily nix wl-liiim to iTriifi' ii i nil'. Liitrr In- rrprojclii'il the t!!it::-ti r "Mut you nki'd tn to iiw word 'I'I'fy.- " said Mr. Witidh vih a (winkle In his eyes: "linw was I to Know tliat you wanted It for t!,i' lady only'.' You should have boon tn i i'i explicit ." Aruonant. Cause and Effect. "t fiipposo I...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. One duy in the autumn, at recess, when the lines were forming in the yard, Miss Walton stepped up to me, and asked me if I liad heard of Miss Maud Olden and the janitor at the Central High school in regard to her passing the examination. Not caring to enter into gossip I never said a word. She wont on to relate the incident and to show my disapproval of her conversation I dropped my head, and refused to even turn around and look at liar, but con tinued to watch my pupils form in line, Mr. Bowser and Miss Olden were standing in Miss Olden's doorway and noticed the one-sided conversation. Still I said nothing. Because I re fused to encourage her in her talk, I have been accused of being Impure. It isn't that I approve the wrong doing upon the part of anyone, but I never do wrong myself, and I never like to talk, hear, or think evil of anyone else because I think it pulls the whole Negro race down. When a person tries to attend to their ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

TWO OPEN LETTERS IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN M.MS Spring Style. One notices that the spring styles nre coming bravely to t ho front, thn' short. Jaunty little mats are taking th place of tin' long loose or tight fit t : t k outer garment nnd that tints In n;r;iv nullities. chenille or bee braids nro bediming to replace the satin anil leaver shapes which have been deck ing t ho win, lows ami the women. One pretty and springlike looking hat was In n imullned eilltion of one of the turncd-up hats of the winter modes The side hrlni rolled rather sharply, the rrowti was rather round nnd hl:h. hut the lints were all softened ly the little (uil'.llii:s of Mark inaline net whleh completely rovered the entire li.it. The trimming consisted of a wreath of sn ail pink roses set rlose together and whl.ont fo!lage. The tin ! r part i f the brim had n bandeau of (a'.e bine tulle with rosettes of ribbon to mated. Tailored Walking Suit. A lailii s' tailored wa'.kliu suit of dark blue cheviot Is finis...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

NERYOUSJDYSPEPSIA A Desperately Serious Caaa Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink PI I la. Bronght to tha very verge of stat-vv tlou by the rejection of all nourishment, Iter vitality almost destroyed, the re- ' covery of Mrs. J. A. Wyatt, of No. 1189 Boveuth street, Dos Moines, Iowa, I seemed hotieloss. Her physicians utterly failed to reach the seat of the difficulty ftud death must have resulted if she had not pursued au iudependeut course aug gnated by he" sister's experience. Mrs. Wyatt says t " I had pain In the region of the heart, palpitation aud shortness of breath so that I coold not walk very fast. My head ached very 1-adly aud I was seized with vomiting spells whenever I took any food. A doc tor was called who pronounced the trouble gastritis, but he gave me no re lief. Theu I tried a second doctor with out benefit. Dy this time I had become very weak. I could not keep the most delicate broth on my stomach, and at the end of n month I was scarcely more than skin aud boue aud was ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

THE RISING SON LITIS WOODS ButintmUtMM&t. fubllsbed Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rUDBSCHHTION RATES: ft r.r. .. ati mom ui . . . f hrM month Busts.. .. M s wlftl plrt In sdrtnc ImUnd at tht Port Offle of JTaiUM CW7. M 5x.d t'iww Mmtltr. Correspondent wanted to e?sr city as4 town in tliiM utaie. Write as. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tutuday, of each week and nun be signed by the writer not for publication, but an guarantee of auth enticity. )FFICIi-No. 117 West Slitf. Kansas City, Me. St. Ad vertialiiu Rnte, for ess lsh. on Insertion M or on Inch, each suhsrqusnt Insertion JU f two laches, three month t.Ut Frtwo lach, sli month too for two Inch, ntn month 10 00 Ts two IseLst twelvs months It 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Yhe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double , , . , inc comoinca circu - ,v,a iation of all the other Kansas City Colored ' Weekly nCVSpaperS. ; ' The in...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W, Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It' the little bin we collect here nnd there fia enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mr. John quite ill. Duy Is reported to be The Inights of rythtns (colored) hnve changed their hall to 1734 Grand Ave. Get the habit of going to MeCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vino St. Mr. Phillip Wheeler died March C of pneumonia at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Scott, 6th and Troost avenue. The Convention hall entertainment given for the benefit of the Old Folks Home was. a big success. More than $700 was cleared. FOR RENT: Hall In good shape with gas and water, at 529 Missouri Ave. Anyone in need of such will please Inquire in the saloon under the hall. To the readers of , the Son In Kansas City, Kas: Our collector will soon be around to see you. We hope you will be in a position to respond. When you want the best news con cerning the Negro, place your name on the subscription list of the "Son" and thus...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

jf ycrjr A mltllnnnlr .it In Ms wlttrlv Ami nirtiir.l xlih pctirll n ml rind: Tl.i' mil itn'i ' i"tnxl mit nn liln fui i-lir-nd-A .ne lb it .im tnuililtiK a nil ami. Ho rli.Trc. it tip nn los a f w H'"mi, lti nlt nf n tiilli'iito siiui'i-70. Fiil'ti n 'i'il sunn' i'u 1 1 l I ! tit loin Alnl lt.-8 of Uil i-i'lnl Nlil fi'rit. Tb'n s-ntly l:o lrnk In W f.'imlly 'I I I' iiwful m il ti iill li' in w.-i Tli-y l;:nl tn utiip !m"lilim tln lr nuto, No Imnft-r h .Miclit i i'ulil tin y use. Tliry n.il.lioil ns tln-y rnillr.i-il mln, Tlip il'iyn 'f Hu ll rii lii s wimp Rone; Ho .inly iui.l Ml nf tils fiitttitm '1 liv Bum In' hsiil nll laxrK upon. AfTO Ttie SOOLUUeNT OUT (Oniy light, lSUfi, by S'uMcnly nil ns still. A ghatTy wlrti'Mi-tiS settled over the t!iln, yearning fare on I ho pillow, iui.l peace look the place of pain. Tli. rn.l of a lifo of uuijugal mis mating lul l como at last. "fan vim i:ot forgive me ,'! the wrong you havo suffered nt my hands before vim go?" In' hail asked. She hal ...

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