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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1897, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               1'' RCTED AND OOB- KIBt Tl-D r vh has been minted -fit Wbat a wretch. k --d uarv not to i .I- as bat we i itd thf com- U tnjulw beantifuU iHhnr N-wip, VOL. 7. TlOGfA COUNTY, PA., FEBRUARY WHOLE NO. A PUBLIC jdrjBHAL. PUBLISHED EVEBT BY their offica In the Keystone Block No lOi Main atrgpt Wqilsboro, Pa at the fis matter MTfUtCKIPCTON TKRMB One dollar and fifty a cajih In two dol- rear LOVE IR WWJKE [ot, PROFESSIONAL CAftDS. Dr A B. Eastman, Coles H >tel ind improvemt Qtu in naa G ffl i[ lltatrs 1 nrral H L Bui d win, ATT KSFY ATh Ti Pa Wt- fcham 11 k 1UU i ml floor fan i IM ATTORNEY AT I r Pa Offi O In f amtMi n A Parfccr t lo- k Jan H BUSINESS CARDS lohn CJ  LU 1 i ufl li 4 up Ho TL 1 0" 1 Jl -U-----CL J i HEAI yl Fl K t AM AND bTAPLE 1 7, r 1 IN OK AH Frum the W yrid Rheplaied rarely thoosrhi thaij been play ed I A hundred timen, and some oF "enown played it worse bat she bewixjhud the town Dowered with lovcl she swayed Al i B e movt-d she spoitj, ttntj she woald down LaiiBhtor ui-qiiencrahlQ th-pfaiei B crown Symbt 1 that all her fioli she played rarely bit piyself whii knew Whbt irnyf had gripped her Ir ji w ohill embracf) Umld hear dumb weepingj M her words, anr thn ugh Ht. or j p the could Afnd the of onto Tha pallor ahfntnR in Ijier perftt-et face SUNSHINE TBI. CLOUDS Frtm >vxt t y u over 1 so y jar grip 'keep a rigid up per lip Though tde clouds njay all your sky Keep OQ cUm'ing tp the hil with a brave nil And y u rt. sure to and 1> tpmjR t An Iwn nth tho Dim t 11 brtttl Tuei o gt 1 i n aunshine the loud Wb n tt -arkinj, tLnils of art trv to drive j u t rfwnulr I 1 And th liilluwn gwopp you n er1 anc1 ruach tho by anc nant E-nd yon fetjl tliw J rra y weary bead it. fi rgot that you U win tho WHITE BBOTrERS 1if.li 1 a 1 isinesa in tbe I- r u 1 tt ur r i AI f 1 D I all k In if H. t k i ir anl lirwn AU Wurh Guaranteed Pr s l I ft t Wrt (rtpcw 11 Si I 1 J MH thu w-f n 'inj Jig on tbd 8 H.ro ir veil m laud thb _ _ w th all tt with vi hi -h yoi. tin i n 1 ivt-d I 31 Cast] wt-u And a burnt of K 1 may greU youi i f KS- tht-rt, loU uf sitishima op behind L H tttUlKGW 'I OK WFLLSBOKO, PA. 1HHED !8tH 4 m ir Jf e laryt-fif find mont lert Hrif of trfntt nmt OMrent- u (ire in tht- at S I Tb H Bank betwwjn Its de- I b H Hank tw A gonefral banking bos irwti Inaktv. dona aells drafts an Europ in i f uronjpt tu i" DR DEKOVEN s COMPOUND Pennyroyal Tansy Pills r liable mf'raoa 1 1 By PEEOY t y fin. Author CILM'Il II It w ts it R r till- in <1 ingnlarly im IM ij 1< i (H nf the a ici ut Itsn vil il jniiiin d in re c r U s I eur-tlu n ves M Is cc iitainii g il un 1 w i k Not fjnlv iitl thc-o 1 bruiK nitorflu -h F 112 Piece We pay Htu-ii lit r )r parim t -t fr nt au 1 n t ta j i tl u K V--i l IM r U rf n j (n HI I i f an r u rth wu t if i I 1 rt I I LI, 1 ji A! a i 11 M ______ A dr Tlio CnjooenS Chemical Co Eiiaira V YJ ACHING PILES i i r ABBOI tn-RLT CTJBBa t I T WI tlli 1 IntVOM ItrhlDK Uujlnei Hi wornr By 11 11 THL OF CUTTER THAT YOU CAN BUY OF THE J' -i L- LXA 1 _  nprinj; Beyond a ilouht ih {hi fiiii-it ciUUr lu Iht. market Wt h ive uv- mi thi Jinv of cutitia and at in it L-3 to Hint W E t II H K A FULL E OK Carriages and Wagons at Reduced Rates.) ________ P. E S. DARTT, Prop'rs. Decembar 23, 1896. the gnmitif. tf rkmss ont liu Hit tht im I ni (IjnpK but tiny hud I L pi in w ith th it patifut pnu stttkinji and indifft retire lonndivid ti il 1 i! r prrnh ir t) MI rhe rlrfts f tn srf II liL'hud up thi prpnt bun i i tr tl tho s[ i f i il n le f tins Ttitui r Di ni riR on for it n tBCe f ni >rf> than 1 trutijfb hinp fr in ei i ri nui hrdirhtH ifcvfrinf a r< un 1 finning u of pyl in ti inplf unit the iverc to be seei plnwiiiR a ul ti fniUTtiiit f t ini inn IP thatsh iritrl thf honRilnw tn Sal il K ir itMigo -plnDlfr, mo of thf I mipq re PTK n flhin i ut starlikt from tliti distiftl hill t JH ni 1 <-h ri IIUK u lit ful r the dull I lujbh tun! p! 1< p iMfrc if unliRn p) int ilitj h r ir n tht too the hum fl lr  1111117 tvv inkliug HtarliUr In a it the dipavali, or tast of light and it had brought inanv htrungers into Tirtmiunalli which, but qu in siRiiifitaut uppf k on cvp] tbe tngnno metrical sun ey of Ind n was in its f pRtimiuioti a infinite im port in o t OkisniiR Bonm tbe and holipst of tempUs mir the rolnprrs iiilall BOD t hern India lu tho nndti, lg uud fccilin on< h can i sof itihip chuitfi, wen two r nr Cli trlf and Davi 1 Ri SH, his psirtDPr j D( you know Roso said tho fer mer 'I m pprry I Itt cir BHtor RO on this foolish ewiiud I hu I no nip i tins ft ust was duo or that it bring iu sue h a fftiiatiPB, Tho watf u in m .of 80 with a jimrnw. npripnt' fort IIPHU a htrnjjit 'lintd rndith nn a tl a" pprt of iiritbiul tio aud hUfliripRsTn every lineament r h ii erranrl! rpp jpd part HPT Won y u bo qtitii pnjpaftd to saysafl much to tail fctrself issvaa a groat contract to his com ninn with hia genial coniitrniiiH o warm, eyes j and good tenipfrcd mou 1 and bhin I don t rpjcinttl Karnpy ling rrfldlv 'hut it a all the if Htrn am 1 toiling in thijj beastly climate to say nothing rf visitation to boiler boufie we beat up the indigo, while she dispenses tho prcjdnrt it men g homo of biggtsb ras call and grfutest wretcbqa uui Sorao of tho ie other "Don t yoa do if "loo mnch the reply And Karney went on 'I cunt t divine, how all this folly btgan Why should not Lilian bp like othir ladies in this p] ILO' Whut orjo tbs people to her or sbo to them' KXJIH pmok( d on without "pplying He rather fixedly at ijd frtend aod partner bnt said nothing liowevt r ho asked Of she did uot go alone' Oh IK Naiiban Vrent witb Koss htrnrL the t ible (it hisolacrw and mndo tb  fine to flange into heroics, but I rather think yoa joined me to grow indigo und' to prepare that merchantable article u a prufitabiS way ROSB had cooled down a little He was mipnlswi, but he had a dread of ndicnli1, especially In foro this esus-ptr Bting coed, cilt.nl nun wjiom noth s fined rapjl IB of rousing out of u prld He moro sink into his Htat and ht a fretJi That's ripl t observed K irisey Now be a sensible ft I low Wben vou joined me TOU told me yoa w ante 1 nionevj and I took yop into the conn rn heiyiuiM' J knew you umUrMnol how to vat, feriiu nt and run oif tin Ftnff -Yon SPrtniiiJy nt sai 1 j.ou w ai tefl to turn misaioiiary und pn HI h to iht ernn (f his buiighted like niv 1 ulster btiiin nidud' iTnyoti think nn u like thtit Brihin in, Fit hnid -Abo cull ed n us ytstrrdity t< be ron verted T And Knniivfjll lurk on hm and laughed n littfo low I mgh I Oil II wfrp I f< tin r a-id more nn like mor illy und pin ic ullv ih in Lii ian Lharlt H Kan y Li ft rj h IIIH with pf] nil fort h irt K mipy had bei n trv nidvo pint ai tl DidiK d r to i i nipii y hini tet Ind) i h( ing d re ns to originate ztn 1111 n M i full e f trn( and IMIHM i nthi n i for tin propag ition of tfhri ti i ilj in In !ia Iti Irath 1 harlrft h nil (I awci Vitli sine dcreptjon toward his fliHttr who ai puiltlpis fcj pi rsmdi d her to lend him her p< rfioti an 1 there by ho had bun ennhlid to j rot iri his pi intntinn ai 1 hr for his w. n p irt w is resolved tn nuke a fertunt T< thi-, i 1 ht, ahandoix 1} ull lelt li ef in y t Ink c r of an bin If in tho stsU of in rs of lij'i rl Hi hud tnk( u Rt SH, a c< f cli ir h t li d young bcotchman und hip htih cjj it il luto the coiltirn in return for F me twdfth of thr mt prefili and a v ist amount of fpe< ml thut yJJIJK Re had pom r how a ]uir 1 in tl pr pirn t ion of iniligD for ni irkt tho jreKtfiH being ID rt ri quite ns drhr ito aud HIM h ing ns much uuimcnupttd itti ni ion a ing Whf n K hs to< k up his r It nee on the pi intatii n 1 P tin at tliut K y is r n e st sort of f< HIMV hei w en'ir ly abst rh< d i i pr i tiriup ill LimK i f 11 on onins, and thnt hn 1 Iv h --r r u is a xiMtujirv imnrt ticul h und s in vtli t n I r it sort f T ui t; I id% Mn 11 r tmnly did pre hi r tin tin r rr tin -uh jtrt of siyum I fire innit uid won] 1 rnmind him li< w his n  ttheni nnd id liittrs' Tin n tl i n w a.s a contnui il conflict D broth r mid r on the subjppterf uiontv Liltin lipr 1 nifh er dprland TV HP always in iking de Dim ds on him n tironntrf hrr pro around ni 1 IK iflinnidthit all and ils lity pri md ipt mil unv in rt mh nffi u trt un tliKj d there I nuts tlu htKKurs In p rid nialt, jucl frni ih if t t tided to li'-ti u tolur thi v knt tliaf by dt ing at they won I 1 "bo fn t hi r pnrsf rvl Iv ho has 1 u Indi in timidly i tho j t r i h a r ind H I t is l iht in f-s es Tho nativ oflmlii ith ly RH id is alwiVs in dt I riiip-fs and fumrils ul ki are trrnl le sourrtstf ul It antiwlin it wax f und 111 it IM m filial) at tho of Dibits Kirn y iunf isily pi t U 1 tn mil unv in won Id lisu n i her c( U( ht r tr K ts it u is w is Ht tin truth in K inn H mj as to UIHK ofun vu tiuuitd by impos ord Of li i how t r who was jtufjh had n f-utulrycon of Ins ow n h w r i IK t nyirh to the pfrrv in 1 pr HM if hif pirtner II u is i t uf ting j n 1 hitn s( If w h it "ou hi 1 1 illt a rt lipimifl inln In truth ho was of tho typo of ths avtript prudent in i it Iv clever, sti i ly tempt r.itt hartJut rking joung ruan of the day anxit us lik( ho mauy more to make money and with vtry f vague notions ns to what he should do wnh it v, litti in itlf 1 ut ilthnugh lie did not alwavs IIRH n with Aliss Karnty s prtftsKuii and pni( ti ho hid rome HIM nsiblv un lor tin of litrinfln (nee of hi r gfutltn htr sin OEIIT and unending pyuipithim and be felt thnt wen lu htr lrttht.r it would difficult inde d to if r aught she d in t he name of chanty aud Chris tuu CHAFTh.il III If evtr th r< w n i livinc; enlbodi ment of fiyu p tihv on this t irt h fy was crrtuinlv to bt in Lilian Karney Slu rl up to a otrtiifn point with h r pelhnli brothir afttl made al lowanri for Intn and bo flrt anit d IK t of Of hem If shi hardlv ever t at alj and sho w is as nitxiDc< ions her porROiial L harm s ns ilu niyhiii is of TO cal Hwtt tnrsh. w js 11 liuth ouo of thost wlf tfinj.s who livo niorp in il e life ttf tho e a hoot thttu thaA in tlmr ow u and i did so far htr prwfn. ptrwntt tl ptf tntiltt itiou ir i IT rt n hi r brother hdd id  were Often ajiioiiittd, sn ply d afi Itniishvd und ui ly thit all she Uad evtr about was their souls, fn fuel C hdrlfs Karuey whb would havt tin rondlo save i alnative fn in i r wi inp fur pab he opinion suXPfltd such consrfVice as he had ty sayiugAiiit no douht lnssis- ter enjoyed vlikjl she till ilun i should life intMTiCpre with htr I Her tnoiiey his factory, 4nrl all be bad to do to takiyare that aae I drew as Tittle irom him as possible Acocmpai led only by Nasibaii, who generaUy formed Lilian's' bodyguard fni >Sese of mercy, JLi ian WUEI DOW rapidly traversing gome r icefield 3, on ber way to tbe Hindpo who .had expressed so Pnfnest a desire to; see ber, aiid as she presses oil it! IH easy to perceive thnt she is no cqgimlon mortal Lilian was of tbe midd'e heigh larly fmr'und delicate of skia, with a bqnihtie profile that lost n it Hupgested iu hair was golden, und ber eyei, of warmJ sTTOpntbetic brown, reflected! tbe innatp kindness of ber nature In order the more rt adilv to obt nn admission into the houses of, the p ople Lilian greatly ijjp her broth ir s anuqv nice, had adopt ed the costmie of the country to pome extent wearing over her ordinary clot ding a silk cloth about 13 yards long and a yard or two wide, one eqd gatbeted in fcUls held to the left Bide and Hie ot jer eml wound rcund tbe waist and bronpht up over the right sbouldtr uiid the left bung tucked in it jell down i f runt in gr tcf ful i Ida f Lilian wnre silk some What against her niclitijiion as she wore tne gold b ingles on Ler arms, Lut aba ftnud rer tain advuntJ ges. m being well dressed, she a ud an i a fanhty tbruco in gain ing tht IHT of those who, otherwise might have refused her nu aaaitmi- Tho Hint on worn in slit wus visiting had lonp PII co arcppted her as an ustnr din or tear ier, anil wrulrt noon Lilian hrhevtd h? ome tormallya Christian On apiiroaching t he house t it ri fore, she was to pee outside a yonng Himho fin ile dim n at tbe Id mid trneing white lines with ohnrm al e well knew, intended to v. ud utf evil This wouap basd Bmeartd ht-r fupe aud such part of bur HH wu with a solution s iff run uid waUtr to muLu htrstJf cepsider. aud I had meant to wort ana his eyen, tiovr need to the far Ip but yon umsfc let me5 protect discerned the ontiiue of a yonr brother would if be woss, and he felt sore it was Lilian folia was gliding fax before bmr.; He bin pace, bnt to bis BOTprise sbe did tho Buiue, only ber tmaed to be] that ot a swift gliding f father than walking. She was 1HinUus ono of t 10 super -i fwtuwhiob Lilian bid tui d frieudfl it) buiit i f snu clued clay wnshul with chunnm and IP tlio entraut o (lie nsnitl pial, r i halt tur ltd uway and tlx u obliged to 1 ik jg nn and again eh" It k and we: k Those sh( t out niagm tic r tyn hut nated h( r PR the Piuike fasc n iten the bud Pn hr n nutined f nt then hii res Iv altt rid TbfV shrunk up int then il ply it tr icfrr resem Fm-l I Utk t with only a true of ttio- 1 nt s hir h h id si. nied to f ich lier bram He spok IH ttf M gHttc-ly Tho mem Hiihib IH but not vtrv k nd or po hiii to onr g( (U 1 s u she v> i 1 come to our temple and I sap she wi 1 worship then and iSnv too, llmtphe will offtr np to Vishni nil iht ilth tliiit Sahib her broth r, bus trktn from her Oh d n by iJmt gate, he reeled back ward, giddy for the moment and help- less Then an inspiration and an im poise came together, and be resolved what to do. The gopuram built on the pyramidal principle, oiten acted on in Hindoo temples, and tibe wear and tear of centuries bad produced many fis- sures, wbertm flourished many peepufta, tbe aacred fig tree of India. One side of the tower wiw quite cpvtnd with tbe luaaarmut. much, ludepd, as Ivy nn old wall n European countries The peepul is sa rrd to Vinb no, and those trees were of great antiq- uity and by day lit-n up at some of r ugl i to heathen Ittlr t at or the npper portions of tin hull In g robted detply in mold 1 dur ug ag4sin theorevices of thujtcim d htouu wdrfc. He hod been as Tr t oy u tm-pion climber in ina uativi In0 il ind und he went np now in tit his way tl to bt doiiig HOUJC pud h< p i y t fin J stjiu mode of eutraqco or i into tha temple itself The ORCPJ t was mur I n easy thnn bo eipecled und 1 i idnntul np he found th< ni isonrv iuon r unions than it hud Bppeareii t be from tit low in tbo daytime fen me of the htouta seemed to crntnble bein ilh hja hunds iiiid kueea, and be proceuled with tbe greatest care to avoid kuftcking dowu sotuo of tha grotesque u u hn 1 thn exposure to the for centuries had iu places retluiid to au extremely brittle aud'fnubli ttindition It was work for Koss who had to cautiously iu 1 Inswap ulthoagb his uow f ex used to tho compara tive durkiiess could mako out much in outline of tho building ahout him Boss, in climbing the gopuram had originally lutepided, by dropping down inside, to entrance from tbe inte nor iaclosurca into tbe court of the tern pie, as be now worked round tbe back of this tower ho found himself on thereof of what he knew to be one of the pillared balls and fluadry streaks of red light that came up through cre-v ices and cranks convinced bird that some cererzony must be iu progress be low Hq, crept down tn the side of the roof the nature of the structure render ing thia and hero (the aetnmnla tiou of sdil for ceiitnneH ltd to tho growth of much vegetation and yi one ho found a dftpp defoehding fissure in tbe decaying and friable brink work, from tho bottom of which mine a strong light He determined to en large this opening and into it as far aa he could aud this was by no means difficult so that in a short tiuu he fouud himself widged in the cl ft which occurred m a portion of tht slo[ mg roof Hpre irjimediatplv resting on ono of tbe giant grotpsqoily c irvtd pii Jars of tbe hail below mtov-hirb ht could see very well hi tot k up a par tjcularly awkward position The sight that now t 1 is vis on was one that no west) ru t ves had ever yet rested ou Tbe hall was dimly lipht J 1 v nnnv lamps bringing into briU t r Inf th many idols around of i d silvrr and brass and even iron Th r could h representations f n in ri many forms, some i f win hi s recou nized, while others wen i uely htiangt to him Vishnu tout g iz 1   hand a drooping figure, iu which recognized Lilian. Bosa bad never seen a somiumbalist, bat be felt sure that tfcis nubiuppy girl who now allowed bersoSf to bv guided right op the flowarptrewn coQch at the feet of the fearfnl idol representing Vishnn, beneath the horrible canopy of cobra beads, was ouder the mnnenoe of some drug or magnetic influence wbJoh rendered her for the time u helpless an- t Jioaton in the hands of tw sutit le ttruh mnn, in whom, as he raoie more midei tbe light Of the hiiiRing luiupfj be ORDized Prwhuida Ross divmuri all tj a flash of intuition Hit revt ngefnfauo greedy priest had POI ehow drawn Li i an to the temple and uoiv aloat tc marry her to Vishnu and trusted to big own de vihsb nr( to bis victim to beco ne a raid bring to tbe temple her fortune Ross had once Sward of something df the kind but bad incighed at the thing as impos sible. His breath came in pujitfi his heart felt chili as he reflpctied on bis present impotence to mturff re He saw, as a man 111 a dream thf Brahman very g ntly ijis vittuu appeared absolntelj- mspnsihh to all around h< r on the floral truch an 1 thfu he marked IH r fort h rind heht i with the trident sign f tbe gtd al whose foet Bh( now r uth I ifty crest and haughty stride and Hi tinotlv heard Ibe Plain of a do< r The ball was clos theu now he TP mem be red it as thf) cnstt m m tb< morning to ajr nit the jd< IH mi 1 t ut ter certain (fr and HOt tfll then did tbt d t n n r 11 tu i-doJ wlnfh until thih c rimrin bad beeu perfLrmid was but u K nhftc-e image even to tb( H ndot oon Ross had come away in PD h haste that ho t not tjkrn up1! is AI h and he wan thtn fure ignoratnt of rhi time and coald onlv hnkv in nrb might bo What old wbat should ho 1 hat w 1 itjp (i figcrn lay as hfekss on tho floral enurh as grim idol itself whilt tljtrewiiF not a movemeat to be n in tin row uf cobra headb whirl f rij) 1 thai awful canopy p  of fctoiiL bat bt di n Ross thought f( r a 11 u t of 11 Hrgiug the crevu 11 n ppi r< in t h fillur Bui if b d <1 it (t al i b th, n if fici' Ckarh he aid uot en- d with Lilian an 1 tl n if win w ok and r gaiutd her B< hi f< migl t gu mad fjroni il awful li bow conld p- i f r< m tb< hill and tbPii how did know py v boli s might not exist for Rome lurking pru "-fi to ''ee was g< ing oh No no that woi Id of t do I( w is vi t dark The best tl ing fnr Host, was to climb ba' k the ly he bad come run bark to tht bungalow an li rouse up some of their nativt employs anfl rush temple Tnat was tho wav b  serrato a teiny I I A.I d then nodoobt the rasrah wonld take can that Liliau should not bo found Oh no [hat was far too risky a thing if tbpy proved tbt v might tbe vil- lage agunst tb m BLC! if tl ey were right pr  t aud, teing hastily armed by Rosn bo at the btad of this impromptu l( vy went dow u 10 tbe tern pie at tbe double lie hopt d tl IB ex traordiuary prompt to Like tbe Bruhnjakj? fcy Burprim to induce i panic aud to effect a by u coup de main piaii was uMl o moeived and the ex ecanon trilhani On t mving be foro tlio popur im gate knocked or rather thnudertd at it detfrminid to blow it dovm w th a FniiH b.ig o' powder if no one rome Ty 1 F inuzr1 merit after some delay i- opened and by Proi rada hin pplf put on a haughty aud di fiant a r at ihe sight f the gleaming arms thn little rapany juiid Ros-i au 1 askt I wliat tins outr igo nj ant It lUPina Paid Rons that y m must g ve up iwtantiy anduniiijan 1 Mt m hit bib Sue w as t I found 1 add ed m tl L hall of icols at tin foot of Vislmu Pu 1 r kid 1 ear i him t i the end with a sun astip Mik and it w t nut o-siblc to from hn d nn au r b hi w aa ut tl i u mad of H infor niittn n w fiuishfd Lv -siving Re 'fuse and you will be rniutd and your too Hit Bralnnau paospd for hreith for two or three nerouds and lo intent Iv ou the ground Th< u In raisid his head proudly Yoa shall wee he said haughtily how you wromg us. Wait here a minute Ross sigmd to bin ful lowers aud all crowded in wh le tbe 'Br'abniati, rat d tgmug to look be hind him iiumpfh tti ly ared, Ross felt SOUK hut uuwrt nu wbat to do Ho did not to unoht, himself and his followers in an tit nek on the temple if he coald possilly i Ip it, al though t j tho Brdhrunn 1 m utt tudo had beea one of the rp--olntiou But a miunio or PO il ert they saw Proh rada returning leading Lilian bv tbe baud Sbt ivaHRtill i M iently ms< uMble. A few of the fljwere that cloug htill to her ttkirls si t wed that she had beeu raised from ihi idol eyes were closed uud sbe raivid stiffly iu to tbe priitil H bauds as an automaton njight bt ex pfccted to do The trident mark of Vish im WHS ou ber 11 '6et! smd thi Bral mau The mem sahib bears V ft iis irk "ibc strayed info oor ttmj h, eujxrrd the hall of idols and lay down tat tb  dirt nbt choose lo argue or in qnire intj) detnilft Lilian WHS his at last) and, round, tbr- cently bore her, stilt in a ffomitunibulistic con dition to the fbongnlow Ut waa n long while before Lilian could be made to und nil that budl bappnuid and it wa p! mi that ht-i nervous f-yttm w is nhafceu shuddered nt the Mjrni if a native anji tremt Ud at lai gnjige 9he wan h fun) d a fearful I idea of betug again iiuptlled to enter a Hindoo became nfrerly incapable of con tin 11 ng her mis sicnarv work Rosa dissolved hie with and pezsoadfidttiJiac him the Tight to protect ber -ife 1ml: ber brother for ft-lt the same contempt at her Lilian conM explain bow she vao tnv isi blv irapfilwl to walk in ber sh p ujtt the temple bat it long before hlic coald banish from her mi litiil vihi< n thet-obrajike eyw of Proh rada thf iirithruiiu nnd truth to te] na'nralh hnu ui ar- bt was. Boss ccroM Ui t f rpMst uitm g an Pirlamation of profound n w h< a a few years latef, bt read in a newspaper that radfi Ixi n nnnioufiiv hanged for bis ghan 111 one of the fell massacres uf tbe Indian niutinv Doug IT afr r I f r pn tnnr told arJ amo-- i ft rv f a lo i ion landlady Her h IP H i n r 
                            

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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