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Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - June 1, 1861, Placerville, California THE WEEKLY MOUNTAIN DEMOCRA ALWAYS OR U N i COUNTRY EL COUNTY AMI A 1 WHOLE NUMBER MOUNTAIN M BY have been kept them In himself and when Ins he rubbed liis hands willi mi air ol Keen enjoyment as he liim Nil lime lost in nut their mill ol in unliving his mark iias surli licit nut it ten miles had iif him de- clared lie In ol If ami Hie men lhal he he as he j there I I sight of his erect rode oil lu form ol fair was not u it and every was in arms at thus of that Ibe who had sn I I of female nature as lo overlook her I wishes in such meet 1 mate j maintained a keen watch over it Was llll odd j In ki ill which she lint staml hut knew nn Inward Seth said 11 breath I nm Deri id Van ham A vague surmise such he the fart hail already Hie nf or an instant beat kept her counsel but ncM moment she became inns did old Tennis i of her lather I he began in Inin j ideas ol laying dami In the whole i tl carry INkS II I ul I UN til Ull nn A U ni Cock from Deli iik was thus j ning i and al IV hi the land all idea nl upon the domi t cile ol seemed In have passed j limn his mind Ills a j lei lible be in a hand what a he too liis and deadly I Hie entile family were i nf talk in and woe not in j of daughter and i ol Cock iias her bad up Ibe nf her l I and id eye and uaim nI a I this linn and cold had I into a line blooming maiden heail lot k nl temper ami scions ol Inr eliai in- a- ale lias known In he nl the h nj on hating every limit i held np to by watchful was the lu inr nl iml had j ed down and the of the lick Van ham of the maiden she nf her lather iog I ennis an w a- ly in hv that like to have an t ol i a I hel In fear her any i If et in H d lhat II 1 and to was in a of excitement At rumors ol wedding d ears of rick Van whn had for lime past in al batching new projects of chief He forthwith sallied nut for mation nor was he long in learning that though betrothed lo Seth the heal I of he git I had share ill the mailer Had been about In wed one of her own age nod to whom she went heart ami hand a spirit nf high-bred alry a dash of which was mingled with bis rickless would have pie Den irk notwithstanding w he u mild him h tp ick In mi i- Inl AL Ur i Ih ahi U I Van Ill I n M of Vat I In the r of lhal ai li In a former nl tin K fir r wile ol and annoyances had man hen io In- back upon tive iiy ami and in the I lie ol nbo had him and n hn had eti l i-d lo di pi iff him of ilm in mind long alter dilli i had Im n d The i in H a tail -I ill law boiled New wilh a lace like n high i-vi and bulking like of a nf ailed listed w hn in vr excited hut HIT aud To him Ti You X he not laid to lands on which he had hut had the fir her of proving MS claim to The claim have Imt wa- if of argument hutch- mail had and the nn on nne side and mi lite other nn lit hv nn had nuti heen lo lii the nf this he hud no nor Ins who wild him had followed him in hal lie ami now shared liis exile Together to patrol Ilir keeping 1 eye on I lie old 111.111 ing l he df In- unlive and his -on was safe lull il i- although mice or In- a -e n the giii her and had not a sti nek wilh r t keep her on ned in In- c on se of tnat a s i- a in e-p il she In- and d n np ilh u hicli i- the pi en- i U and vmti d vi t ibr her gill Mimi h -.1 liinl in io My nf lift r had d far h youd her lei ral domains and young filial maidens had made t ei her hand In reply to these pul on them full in lace d In- and returned a decided negative he hy com- their At a new candidate as i stern he n a hard lighter in j the Indian wars lie was named and of a large tract of land mil far from liay principally and j in clams and i Selb hnd the light bund imin of Caplain John hill in nf his bailies he on the land and on land He hnd made memorable in the light with the tner he looked upon Selb I than the and v ing of every fair maiden n they could lay hands He ill l tat to his intention t field his i to proclaim openly lhat M fairest maiden on Long 1 -nd lhat he would marry her in si i S This menace o- ears of Krei love At any other have her ire but ere a with her even by being oil by a scapegrace whom she had seen nnd whom she had on ill seemed a relief Still day slipped by of his pranks of his reckless the li mimics nf Cocks nnd lings and the the his disregard territorial rights anil Ionian grants the y hut no of the Cock nor had been the stration more tender In these bad ex- cited Cock's wrath to a while heat lie declared that no heller titan a mil lhal he have him hung if he in power In ait satik at it vi a- lit avy ton on her ni lor the was alive ith tiie of for the w re in s pumpkins were brought in tor and all the various items ol wif ry H lhat a and an heiress is lo launch her bark Id her Amid all she drooped and bloom faded her cheek In vain well-meaning f to cln er In r by of her intended They told many Indians be had scalped towns he had sacked aud leadly pale hel rick her hand in both of ami ponied of in that might have n female hearts I but there is in I a woman and In- whn would trace mil the her heart he a mote ihan I am for although a I lime In e she had been longi ig for this very as her id j yet u hell icK stond I lore her ghm ing j greater than she bail I ventured to niter had been so anxious to her she iv e him with nn air of nnd did imt iiil to h t him lunar lhat i of ami winning her hand had i leached her ear Indeed can led I farther lor she hv filing him hat look lor a hi ide I among who held more cheaply than she did Derrick's hopes which had Keen were completely by ims sudden change nf tone lie was a hold lellow where hard and knocks were going nn bul his heart N as as lender as a Her reception cut him In the fur all thai be had nf love he had unconsciously bestowed upon her and what with and over her he hail become in- Here nil his scattered lo the winds lie as a manly fiank ct In r in she con- in in hood but no love appeared lie felt eel lain thai thing he and he m the lie i u- so as imt lo he seen until he came near a lie i his head e the sill and Inok d in As he did so he ivd lav nl hut the grim of with for him by the throat the ment he saw him at same time lie called mil for heilick was nol o so easily he relumed gi ipe nf the Vi li ran by a a-p ol the and a moment il a who should strangle dialed the old mil of the window and lell tlie ground Im Kliem h I ill an upper loom and told thai a- he seemed -o anxious lo see the nl he should have a chance The Indian lighter bad In en too be young man He had d him king the premises for a d iv or two had him cling his i had tl his cars and h lor him he cross his was not a liltle alarmed at effect nf his proceeding He Knew lhal Tennis was not a man to permit friend 10 he with im ami al idea ol the Im v nl the hard headed Dutchman Hut grim erale was as obdurate ami impel In fear as Tennis himself ami he lhal should he kept in durance n she paused In- lold her that he either Deri irk or her that he had conic tn rescue In- fi and that he had determined lint to Nn hen ever Ilii eyes fairly She a and In lay a linger on her Tennis too chivalrous attack hinis If lint Have for the son ill vnin 1 was shivered I pole Imt il a- MI II lei ed nne of t he IniM Idel s and Mis Cock I ad II s she hel self III of i k -.1 1 speed lahle pell and had ill in I en- I i a lew m d- and It -I pi r on the Then owed Kyck hen in the of a eVel V I o as she M as and iil i hack ii rear it impregnated the re a II r nn to it nor did stop until she landed al the rl 1 1 1 il Vi IY and hi di ami ly mil of temper he hi she had in her elopement ind- found as he had Ti led the mined lo make in t at lion Look vc said be we've come for Mis Cock and Mrs Cock we ill have Tennis made no oilier reply the nl he pulled bum lips lie thunder angry I'll the In: was the reply was for limn what he knew of the iron of the he tell sm u thai any such upon him o k a cf from lii In hel in one urging mi attack at in- of on and ol who kepi ol the ol I he hi ai its height and wa- on the point ol an exchange of of all w i hy clatter of The next moment the in who had de- livered letter dashed up at full gal lop aud -t the lop nf his lungs word lhal the pi had escaped and uhat was all had carried oil iih was 1 I'm got his i i up to communicate the lo ami two in with tin lady in while a loud bell ver I fellow who did not the ca He even suggested the iety nf nn him liars of the corn and in Id- at The Mutch man's In as to open the don and hi the captive mil which he told him he M lo who had him rmi was hy a kick in the rear lo help him In ween of rom the ids in the second liati tones by prices of the little heart which was heat ing the In lore nor could he fathom the nf yet ey which i as it him So he took r hand r as he sai I 1 it was wrong In as I did have to tell me so 1 am a r tn yon and yet I have you well more than 1 i an any i I should imt lo you but I had heard lhat yon i tn married soon and the lime was so t mat 1 not wait Il would have heen w r if had delayed hv He bent over her dimpled hand and il to lips A- he did so toe warm ting rs clasped his own lie up dark eves iv i re on his lace I go w a- all she uller The next moment she give lo a paroxysm ol and face in her was binis lie r ated his of that he leate In r lo him the can In r H there vnis anv thing like to have done he would do it If there as any mie whom she would like to have he would w at s I a of soil doing things which il to break N ex- cept lhat time should he taken to ale Sill with that keen r inr had become a pa t of nature penned a mite tn i I s as stdl and down I ight as his n him lhat Dettick Van Dam hail in ini in Ine ol and had been thai as bv he hat he would he hung Hating penned this knowledge of r be dispatched it and the of tiie day in a stale of al idea of the eh he hatl inevitably I ecock lie i in his su mise as In ang i- of Dutchman hut he had not d on of tion Nn r had the Idler than he to ol il and lold him thai he not leave place lock up the fi How in on o a v her com el ib and set lo him A sharp w call d lo his side a dog his said he II w ilh a ami eyes which Ti had lell on the i swears he will aud he w ill keep his word ed runs ventures by flood and him it ith pleasure had but Had these exploits been connected to the word for he was her must ab- and with a young and handsome it is tint improbable that they have added to his merits in her ryes hulas they only brought In her mind gaunt exterior f Seth she turned away nnd said that be must be a wretch As Ibe filed hour drew near she and wander the woods endeavoring lo plan Jed slave gradually became composed under and ted the of her proaching with i She said that mailers with alarming speed We are In be in a week i A week exclaimed Derrick Il's Horn fit ami He and as il lo nature of his duly Ilo you think I can't out of lhal said the nun In the place nf willi a sneer Try Tennis vill he Kiml tn you you at it I al w as Inl ram and the the of Mrs was bruited The nf already a matter of hot lhal he would have tile hai Mis Cock and carry Mat never i ed into head of the ol in a ii lor his and their to mode ol cii was for marching tn lie it and pulling the whole In d proceedings nl kind bad been i vety day mallei s him in his brays intn Indian holders The country was h peaceful and In looked a sharp encounter a- an cable inlet hide in the monotony nf life however that il would iml be means i ing Mis Cock he do with Hang r I in Iroin vi indow was fnr siai nil at once in and Hot tn anything vv Inch spoke of lint think ol Mrs Cock put ill about her h Mis Cock an- swer i Mrs Cock caught the words nod r was shrill and sharp it not He was nu liis way lo Ieil hy his ally wa- Iliin to make his re- treat him When Dei rick is I'll semi back thai in loft il anv Pinchon looked aboul him and cast an eye on his intended Suppose he did the look a his lace was bami happens m him she sh a tree at will bear her weight lie nil now or III Set the dog nn you waited mi and disappeared by his servant leaving Mrs Cock once lo the der mercies of her nnd of wrath against her law nnd bis instituted a vigorous cb Cor hut they learn ol was furious ti III treid nud was I'm the loss of his child At the end nf a week Tennis Van der received a from Il WHS written from one of towns on the Hudson and him ul bis marriage with the fair On receipt of ibis Mrs Cock was discharged custody aud once more returned lo her domicil mm which she forthwith expelled Selb Tin I tht l A fashion reporter of of Vmk dailies in giving In has 11 change iti the form did of is aud one which will MMM motion among short Hurt ladies laities ThU has not been brought about 4 snuggle a year past tho of beauty and w ho look lovely in tnf d every dress have the skirt formerly worn hy eir Their unavailing for n limo add boned the thing would Blit ol gored skil IS aiMt year IStil Sumrn- r The gored will be the rage nnd from me feels compelled to nay oat it in- extremely to tall figures A strange in to Ih se gored di esses irt They have nol been worn since nf Ame trail Our of them nud now this unique fashion has lo adorn the of another tiny of revolution Truly beak nf I ha gored nur time is slightly from nl the past The dress of ago bad but two in- and waist was directly on- del while the one of has in around he of lliu skirt and a being too nm For i ate cut in one piece with a or half sleeve Kor dinner dress is detached in front relieving it of ils robe I eu-mce The and skirt Hrn and elegantly From to eight small li arc the of the dress Very high and plain ami i at throat surplice fashion must remember that all elegant dinner ami evening dresses will be willi i be Mowing sleeve All dresses will have nulled or half open cunt The collar and wlH worn for morning bul small linen bands will be more The new dress goods fur the inning are very and in In and ground colors for are if gray brown nnd green he seem Ibe colors English vill he m nle in pored ore -en having ge nu the nf the much more iml bo ia l ur lis lace was hv This was all thai and gi but his features relap-ed in by the dog as an their usual nnd In: his head It do be ll sever some mode of escape yet feeling lhal her an age I'll marry you in an hour hm vied the prisoner lo i ih huh inj him in The j mi the nf it and I pi i oner the bars or his eV'S plans nod schemes musl fail beneath the roll will of those who controlled her Due ben Their fm destroyed i afternoon under the influence of these and tin power f the tribe broken lie feelings she wandered nil into the foods was raw-boned willi a face seamed with scars mul a complexion d mid tanned by and service until il assumed both the color and of lie bad also been an active partisan against the Dutch in he and the i As long the Dutch bad maintained any part of the these broils bad given him con- occupation occasionally varied by II be lhal a smile of sai brightened the face of gill at he ardor of her youthful suitor and thai this headlong mode of wa- playing the very deuce with the of delh Il is useless to dwell IK much absorbed in her own thoughts lo notice whilin r she directed her steps She bad gone further than usual and was upon a scene where bulb were of accord about homeward when I twig ami nothing but maiden w ini hom oil him A hunted ami veteran and an mil ami long dre.'iili'-d that had reached iis his errand of He on a ill trolling attempted to bin it was idle He found that the in Mrs Cock was keener than nuy weapon thai a i be bad ever o sharp skirmishes in which he was nally defeated he deserted le As lime rolled on anger gan to abate nnd at last be sent an invi ol lo his to bring bis wife in In liis had been i ing for lime and became Alter much deliberation only one extinguished when news reached him lhal course seemed open and that was to Derrick bad unexpectedly inherited the nn exchange of prisoners and to properly of Hip Van Dam the great land to chance lo yd Derrick again in j bolder of Manhattan their hands Derrick accepted the invitation but This was acceptable to neither but there was lillle congeniality him was especially unpalatable tn whn I anil his father in law and of bis lalk of lite whole limes his eyes glistened as be it for there was snapping beneath a caughl her f mu yielding lo the i as and fiery him Indians al lhat time still lurked of her suitor it wa- w itile him nu a I'm and se in the fori sts and suspicious characters j agreed between them thai view i They weie to bis n Indian liib were known to be the should be kepi nud that they Si living by should meet on following day to devi tile while man and Indian With a means nl Inr father and feeling of the turned i The propriety of making a formal ward sound nnd beheld a young man i of her hand was by Den ick within few feel of her He but the girl seemed to Iff that il migni which might have dared to maintain that i was at her with a lonk of extreme i her mariage willi Xo were own which look was equally was at except lhal However the with Ibe i her own face Tlie stranger raised bis pledged herself to become Mis Van was tiie last great struggle of the j I think I have the al Mand Indians The Dutch loo j honor of addressing Miss Cock were and Selll retired j There was in bis air which lo his lair at liay near inspired confidence nnd if his old Underbill at her wild nn ol i bis was safe of his old Underbill gazed al her wild nn expression Holland where he could bear His Rone he j most intense admiration yet bis I except mother and j himself Hint be was in so thai she nm l was be influence and it high time lo i fence W hom could he In of lown in life In one of bis bad a in ibis ol At Ibis the of bis wits by rick Vnn hum who bud recently relumed Jroin lie R of about lie If lie iby to the of Tennis nnd the ones of nr of lie bad been -o limit ibat did tint liim up bis loins for ha I lie when ringing le across bis ear like n of fm pollen sic some chord in his which hud unstrung ol man milt his ami with a of Wept his The weakness wax but momentary The next bis spirit revived mid he in to how much this re- mill M his Tn he recounted bis und the of of the with much lhal the nf the man iml be hi bis noci nl thick nnd the idea nf but lint they should be smitten hip noil Mini thai all in- shown In I'm k lie In Kirk Ibe dwelt The dim eye of the nnd mi much after own hi m I Ilo the as an lhat wan im fallen in wilh the Daughter of j try Mis appearance I Cock and he was not prone to of one brought up in the lender yet she bad imide such an I Island While these impression upon him that when imt through hir mind she of bis various avocations was her footsteps homewards Tin d Inr rose in mind i hinted lhat r his future help meel lie set about the I be and MIJ accomplishment of his object with that be should escort her until sb directness nl purpose which was his great nf her father K house I h characteristic i seemed to and he took I I laving more than usual care i at her side Hy decrees as upon his person he mounted his horse j on steps became mure mid and his I dwelling ol their conversation mi Ii was a quiet in a tone so although there is lillle j nn it was scarcely above ft took their cottise tin they came io ill mote l which is now h 1 ram Their warlike lin for of old the Dutchman's baud every man Il evident limn heir equipment lhal was on font and none knew where blow fall They did not draw rein until j Mailers being thus hel ween arrived at the dwelling of ami sealed in dim form Derrick not expecting so his Horse which bad been tied reply In bis letter was absent but i In a tree close at baud ami galloped oil bad descried it the to Matinecock lo take tielder into and bad it of the -e of his while Ibe fair i ihv lie bad no objection back lo her wilb a beau r i ing the in lield of than it had been since lite shadow of I hut he had a motal In bodily had first darkened her j encounter nnd had withdrawn laving j Tennis listened lo his j field to his adversary and his duelling story with a kind of parental in- garrisoned by bis wife in whose A feeling of grim he had such thill it i- his lace lighted up with a solemn smile I the bis bosom at the idea of circum nud his J idea cv a finest ami a wide view per The color in cheek lo of II In aim went as she listened Once in Every about ii in of the awl I for ler known the passed between o be a man he r spoke more -In be cavalier up mil up her him nl be were on the She had no lhal shu was HI the ith r bollom of his visit but be o f Ibe It was that be 1 pas in a desire lo appeal In bis What can we lie no Urge Has he any I will The shook his wl nw Is lhal sbr was lie bas CM make We her Tennis lu in from him ha hicli be is tn have made k name by courage in Ml more a her than he hate diHw in forming a He di- and Ibe of a sh p on way a fnr lady's heart him hut with in hia rafe He his h f l dial I Van a like of I be auxil ami him lhat he cimsi let tnr let There will ow wilh different This herself hail not thv soldier hail thr hwi all hud Wilh in In some lital law Yet fur n moment hir d in was troubled and placing his bard brown girl linger on the arm of young man lie looked full in his face as he said she is yuu uol wrom iml forbid was the earnest reply I am wilh you you had beller marry her asking Il would safe much trouble and a great wasle of words very windy This advice harmonized well with the of Derrick and be concluded on it In make up his mind in the morning The result uf he night's deliberation was n determination t a second interview with he again In led by III be it Ih the veteran when he Ventured lo the stronghold of Cocks The loud of Tennis was an- swered by n hiai to come in ami say what be nis was a man of few and his i rand wa- a simple one He he which he had received lead it nnd said That he had come in nf Van Dam who was by unlawful means Mis like man of her wa- at Ihan at and as mil staunchly against it At it that they should the if il could not be taken by If that could mil be done if be lillle enough ID adopt tile other TO lids proposition fain to Having called dan n him he her the en ami and cautioned her to be fill over the prisoner lie i il lo charge the key of chamber where Derrick was confined and from tt hicli us yel be bad made no to lie hinted that bis daring character haii been greatly exaggerated for that the most chicken hearted fellow be bad ever me wilh nol have to im- p as lamely as Derrick Iml done thus made all al he and felt more at ease on way In beat up uf old came in sight furl i they d- scried the head Van der aud the end ol a from n window in the s y and the black and of similarly supported in a ill in front ol the wilh gravity of a sentinel a dow high up ill the was to be j seen the disconsolate lace of Mrs Cock 1 who on approach of s some article ol female attire the win dow in token of her presence and she i ipe for e l There was something so formidable in Ibe of the thai II It fin her to parley and time passed with Tennis Van the return of the two to the the fend between Tennis and was revived tind was kept up Ten bis AMI TUB bad nl ways a lasle fnr ai t of duping ami he had begun early in Harrow lie was few days at I nnd n of new hoots Inn could not to pay Inr hi fore left he railed on hoot makers nnd ordered of each n pair promising payment nn delivery lie fixed the morning of bis departure for Ih lo send in their goods When In- ad uk I have ling red from day lo and unlit I have I in tain Tile pirl ventured lo sleal a al In- handsome which bent upon her own her heart at Ibe gar which l Was evi lent keep K vv over and nt lhat lime a species i law In la lei by was in vogue on For once she was II fault Ti eyed tiers aud Del nek lell lhal with her in sil nee he nol a and Seth as judge and hut waited until she had got and ild not deny lhal knew with lying a on of win re piis-.m-r was she did nol be dispatched Seib wilh i ti nipt it lull lei loose her as a Mag of n nee of her voice and Tennis Van bis nil Mm vi ilh a of kind nl lode of defiant caution no which had so elf in o molest he until be nl I the of r a id ol within ben whole under him lo slop ami disclose the her domination me o I'm for Mrs snid Selb Pinchon you've nn a erran Ibe first arrived be tried on the and complained that lhal for Ibe fool pinched n little nnd ordered to take it back stretch it nud bring it at nine Ibe The arrived soon after aud this time il wa- til for be If ft font which Same same order given each hail taken away only the pinching bool ami lefl behind The same afternoon Sheridan left in bis new for own I nnd when two bootmakers railed nt nine next day each with n boot in bis hand we can imagine their nl finding bow neatly they bad duped I AN l land in her book life in tl inferior of i first began lo be willed gives a i win drove an and liis two one windy sour 1 urn of nnd roads in be whole Stale In he of he cold slorm a log bouse by the road side is reached o the skill jumps off his bux A writer bus undertakes to convey some of the of the population The mind grasp the import if so a four hundred doi's it it ami day any rest or sleep you combine tbu Work yet eleven days have passed rmi uive counted the Ami million and than HH many On can be He also o lake up ils line of march placed in single U dfc i eel apart and marching the rule thirty miles per day except on UM bath which is Riven tn rest Day alter day the tin head pushing on tM sun now bridges he bridges lie And cilic is but lie long sion marches nn stretching nnd sunny ind livers China India and tlM kingdoms nnd on again stormy bosom of circuit of the world itself Mt standing room The wW upon nnd double and shall girdle the earth times the went furnishes these toll away and still they Wrt mon and children Since the the litlle child has U-c me 4 nn they in Not ill be of will the last uf long Such is in lu Homer preach UM nf man an i had he o- com millions of could Im lum on of man ns an indt INSTINCTS or ta kit on Ibe a ol be of A bone was in thv n vine border tine Kent IMt IM- ing or lap root lo Ibe bone In its clay tbu main root threw out when il reached Imoe It i it and minute sucking at pore in the of pigs al their dam as I the sunny side of Out luscious morsel nf a f vine In M nutriment remained in il to I wonderful I die and vegetable o to gratify lead our f feeling of r with lie libres like law its which he bad poured 1 ami himself as culprit the law would be paused for want nl breath when he somewhat uncivil d He lo ear genuine None could come from a such eves mil apt the bad 1 which never ami Ibere was ii Ibr idea of invading Ibe o and tr as me Moreover be all paltry of by the a elbow would br a l fi Mr offer a 01 The thing i iuf Mole off to her own j an out of but as yel bis low mH his name il could ilo no barm In il il she had lo ell him bal be bis hopes with a Hull heart and she mid il was Very lhat such a should come from an which he lite entire and lair on Ibe day lie set imt with t word of caution from Ten In r plainly that what she had said wa- m to ins he now ic pea ted Van y weie nnd mil chilli deluge the wss out and the was Another for ns but re.-olute bis lips weie com- am bis lingers Die back If yon uive her up I'll lake Ibe on V where he Tennis replied by sulking a a pipe ami mil from Ibe nf In Ibr meantime Sell was rt he premises Things of vi lerati covered him In- and be him with Tiie man lets himself out ff be hicle liberates bis daughters and nil the driver to the How is ibis lie in T Our should be bi ih you know I should nny Ibr Silver if il was mine bow it in II If It win shin nf of tn IMW the UM M O on Al lasl he said I nis u enter no wilh old f a chair on which be bad loaning i bis nose in proximity In Ihr I fear niT name it not mic lhal und a k Again be Ibe This culv s of his I fear my name is not mic lhal und a hint Irom k Again be ymi will like to 1 il now a lo keep his eyes when be itm Mvs limes han I did an hour I in h ag fir thru I might have on otf her bv of He wint of Ibe soldier i belter and lu T ris in bis face nnd lold him lhal she but now of destination without kn w where s bird lhal He dill Iml the i a he was in safe n belt all Van future that if he tcr j Knr lime he kept in the m could not roach him in be i the watching for hr girl was ben by lhal here a he jrt she bad he werr not He Ids throat be The glowing M the on be Ibe war department He made of he Hi his and from each as the of be v I ran ami the end his Rych in f watch the of T Hating that In man a holy I in bich Ibe mil childish and in full ImU nnd a IT without sign nf decay Thin hut war Ik with ilx faf amw nf calm and the family AT k lent IM in he of an ho hv MMI n
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