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Amp. 9 or up m 7. O in a. P. A it a t ,. Hymns psalms Aid prayers a Beautiful Colle it to amp. Engleh and German. A. I. A -., a. 9 9 e. A a a i it. I to. S. It v to the origin of christianity. V.5 a Mitty. A or 1 0 a a t Ijar in Ltd a f is r a a i i a a Tufe a Gazib rat rational inn leers late to Lieal a Rohlfs. A Sam exam nation of the doctrinal difference Between Judaism and primitive Uhrin. Tia nity based upon a critical exposition of the both of Matthew. A Hannah or a glimpse of Paradise Complete in one volume. Am Mortara or the Pope amp a his inquisitors and tube i rat of the xae cables a historical novel. To a Quot. A. The a essence of Judaism and a hebrew grammar. Difference a novel and Hillel Send Herod a historical to Manee a. R f. It a Ady one sending us of str new Lull receive one copy of the Kar elite Gratis for one Jwo a. Terms of l. Up y a of. A. J a �n7. I8r�okli it �0o. Literary eolk�t1c a i.4m>. Israelite and Deborah. .#5.00. Israelite Deborah and literary Eclectic the three paper if mailed to on address. .#7.50 Jar a r a ,. It la i i i it a i<1 a a a. Ltd to 3 it a a a i i i Al of a i if. I a j 4 ? it. 0 a in j if f a a i 1? tit f Jet. A r w it ? 4 u. A a a it it a. A a a i ? a a Jef Cash must accompany All w at Dali a a i i of Jiff hush Money. Cincinnati july 23, 1869, a m. Life a Kauai in four acts. By Charles h. Ross the overture. In which there is a mystery and a plot chapter i. Was being made one Winters night just thirty years ago in nn.ttf� if the took parlor of a shop in the a Trinity of o Ray a a t situated High boyhood Nar Lavoe Ushy a and about character called in cant if fated shop itself putting Forth a poor show i cheap and saudi Drake rvs there was Al so a certain amount of shyness which Wai Abr Mai curated to attract Chance custom hardly Erst a very unlikely person though to be try acted by the contents of Liiv she had seen the gentleman Light at take an Obser Vati j in through an Eye j him give direction Ger and leave him in charge of the i i then she had see him again by a a Quot of Quot i terror of the several shops be passed seem Street Corner and take an observation of. A streets name through an Eye Glass. Then she had seen him give directions to his Nat Natl epic morsels pad Ihen she with the Eye glasses assistance scan the sex singly searching for a particular number until at last he stopped at the drapers shop in question. V v. U a Here he came to a standstill and stared Long and hard into the window but Helb or he was admiring its tumbled Ana Elsord shh a a a a a Draper Chi Dow was he who might have been seen hovering round a this one when the nearest Church clock was striking ten. He was a than of Twenty seven or thereabouts and of the order we would Calls in this year of Grace one thousand eight Hundred and sixty nine a 8well but thirty car ago a Buck or Dandy. He was handsomely dressed and had n Ade the journey to the plebeian locality from the West end of the town in disown can let which had 10ft, some Twenty yarns off at the Street Corner. Tvs somewhat surprising thou that he lid alight and loiter outside the drapers i. A in the rain for it was Arta Sittg Steadi yeas though he had been some sunny morning lounging at a print shop in Bona Street. What did he want was the question and it was a question which Good Little Mai. Horner at the Sweet stuff shop opposite a was asking herself. What did he want mrs. Horn i had been standing at her shop door for some minutes the bad weather setting la had had a depressing influence upon the Sweet stuff Trade the children Xref the neighbourhood being driven Home wards at an earlier Houf than usual by the Saint Aud she had seen All that had taken place. Sep pics a a Erly contents or taking an observation of the shops Interior through an opening be tween the show goods mrs. Horner had no Means of judging. We a a h. .1 a. W d.,. To be Abiog he backed out into the Road Ever beg result of his. Lengthened scrutiny did not appear to be altogether satisfactory for _ and took a Long stare at the House front j then going dose under a lamp pulled a paper from his pocket and examine us its contents taking one More Good look at the drapers residence retraced his Steps towards his to a woman the least bit curious a and who Are More women unless perhaps the Ign end this surprising behaviour on the part of the unknown gently Man was naturally provoking. Was he after All going away again without entering the shop. He had his foot already Upson the Carriage step. But he re he seemed to change his mind and again making for the drapers opened the door and entered. For half an hour after this mrs. Horner., still watching Aud with increased excitement saw nothing whatever. Chapter t r a i. Gentleman very hard la w the shop door communicated with a Bell Hrh Icli gave one Clang As the gentleman crossed the threshold. Responsive to this signal a paleface dark eyed woman with an anxious look upon her peeped out from behind a curtained door at the end off the shop and after a momentary pause in which was audible the fractious cry of a child cams out to see what was wanted. To the the Youing woman said a a in be called about the the Young woman with no alteration in her countenance replied what Yon mean sir a a h a a i have an advertisement Here which appeared in the newspaper and to which i rent a reply. The reply was addressed to this a a addressed to this House a a a yes this is no. 23?�?� a this is no. 23 a a a there seems to be no private door. You must then have received the letter in the shop unless there is another not 23 in the same Street. Is there a a i never heard of the gentleman unfolded a piece of paper be held in Bis hand and Ead its contents through. I a this must be the place Juhe said impatiently. A a Here a the letter i received after i sent my reply there a the name of Nixon Over the shop and this is signed j n.a it a it a a who wants j. a voice asked just behind him and the gentleman turning abruptly saw a red haired fresh coloured Man with a showy Scarf and clothes which had been smart and were now rather threadbare. am a. A said gentleman pro <1 an my that a the letter a glancing at and then at the visitors face. A a its All right Madge thl is Che party about that Little business. Of Nfn let ?. A a Oil la Phi exc be y wife sir not answer ing quite straight lust at first. One must be it i careful with a position asked her to speak to you a by while i took Stock sir. Like from round the you step this Way a without making an Man did As desire to answer the gentle and stepped into the Par in Abiud thilijop4 in a a Oue can to be too cautious sir when one has a position one must take care of it. I saw at a glance you was a gentleman an there was no fear to show ones Handry impatience. And a. Slight Spanion interrupted,14 your name a Nixon i suppose you advertised with growing frown ibis com that you were anxious to adopt a child and were willing to take it from its birth i and res sed you to a inquire the tefts you replied that you Ould take All the responsibility of its future keep for the sum or fifty pounds. Is that the Case a 44 fifty pounds is it a Large sum and 44 it is not a Large sum perhaps. Yet it is not a Small one. However i not grumble at paying t r no sir to of course mra Nixon at that moment the gentle Ian was Stan ing by the window. The Buhalog mip holding towards the lady inside she throwing Back a thick yell she is stooped to kiss the child and looked the gentleman As he moved away we eyes in which the gaslight Jih owed Tunkis pop trembling carrying the bundle the gentleman enter a or. Nixon a shop stayed there about five minutes and returned then on his giving some direction to the by Pace the coach was driven off at so brisk hard evade Bow Ami shabby to who had beeq.loitmfii7fceak Nathhan seemed Bent upon a ride a behind replied t course not a half Grill. Leman like you sir grumble at a few ik5. Bargain. You have Only to say a yes or could scarcely manage to scramble on to he 44 i know a Gen Perch before the vehicle had turned the col her. Or. Nixon did not accompany the gentle Here you Are mistaken a bargain is a you named Promp no a and the affair is settled your own Price and i am willing to pay besides allow me to remind Yon you. Jere anxious to adopt a baby particularly if a door. ,.it_ a evening which abstinence May pave died by a desire to impress upon id 441 not want to be off my bargain sir. You la find me fair and sea amp re sir and above Board. In to Norfin very Good circumstances a confess and i thought a Pound or two Tufe Way or the other a 44 that question is settled. It is to be fifty sounds or nothing. Now for other details. Of Uio Row night i will if you Are still of the same Ralpd bring Vou the child and the Gay a desire to impress Upo i actor jigs being incapable of attempting to find out any details connected ring you Money. From that time Forth Pun will see and hear no More of its friends nor they wish to see or hear any More of the child there will in fact be no communication whatever Between the child a friends and yourself. Do you understand a 44 44 you not take afe arge of this child then with any Hope of future gain because them will be none. You in fact enter into this Amr gement because you Are anxious % have a child to adopt,.and accept tie present that in that the child a friends make to you through me because you think that some Soet of no Piznal sum should be paid although ofis Eurse in the event of the child a growing up so Small an Monfet would be totally inadequate to its or. Nixon listening to All this with rather a doubtful expression of countenance a scraped his Chin with Bis hand. A amp a 44 he said when bad finished. 44 just so. As Well via i can under Titu his Vito risk Ime i e stopped instead in the Back parlor where a minute before he bad beef paid his fifty pounds and be stood Smising blandly on the fifty Bright sovereigns spread out upon a table before him 44 you 8ee,said he looking up presently at mrs. Nix ones ,44 we be got the mrs. Nixon somehow did not appear quite so Well pleased. The soft bundle was in her arms land site crooked Down at it As he spoke and up again at pim.44 and we be got this got est it said that in 4fbut that a like you women. We wanted Money i supposed you la Quot we wanted the Money 2>just to badly that we must Nave smashed up without it. Well it wont Cost such a mighty lot for a year or two keep the child will it a and then if it uves-4�?it seems a healthy one he a 44 it looks so. 44 Well if it lives it lives got to grumble about a 4 f stand sir As Long As we take the child off your h a a off its friends bands a ppm la re 44 friends hands then a continued air. Nixon with a spiteful grim 44 As Long As we take the child it done to signify much to you Bow it grow a up or wheat Trade its put to. Or in Short what become ? a 44 to toe personally a said the gentleman coldly,44 it signifies rather less than nothing. What it signifies to i you you Are the Best judge of yourself. Is that another of them a the speaker pointed to a baby in a Cradle fire. By the fire. Or. Nix our a face fun need and he answered him fun injured tone 441 done to know what you mean sir. That baby sours if you mean that. Its a girl and we were anxious to have e boy you done pc Jua pose we made a Trade of the thing you a a 441 done to suppose anything. That child looks weakly. Iff Ell i must go now and to Morrow night at this time i will bring the child and the a if we could have gota Little store Money. 4and who say we Shane to who says this fifty is to be the first Ana last ? you suppose in be take no Steps in the matter ? you nows Tito a a a i pan altered voice in a loud excited a Bike uttered this last exclamation As Bis eyes wandering toward the shop fell of the face of that Sharp eyed shabby boy. Who Ide Ibeair had taken a ride Hackney coach too easily recognise it ble for the face of the Young gent Eman was very Muddy and aortas it was a a red in re which had sol Chow Stra changed its expression. But it was the so pm person she enough add an instant afterwards or. Nixon had seized him by the Throat and. Half strangled him in the pro Cess dragged him into the Back room pinned him panting against the Wall. 44 what a brought you Back you idiot a the Man orig a ssagely., .44 what fools work is this Why Are you All Over mud what a happened cnr8e you Wollt you Apo a have you lost them a f with what Little breath he had to s whipped me off the coach and x fell. Tone boy it Wasny twy fault. And. Another coach nearly run Over toe. I got up As soon As i chapter Iii. A mrs. Horner a Good Fortune be upon the look get just at identical moment the strange gentle could. I help losing a you help it you whelp a the Man cried with an oath Anit struck the boy once and. Again across the face. A a its Ell Over now and through your fetched bungling a Good Hundred pounds thrown Dean away if its a Penny get out of talk before i you a mischief f m Man made is appearance out tuts time be game itt a has Kney coach. This time too he was not alone a indy was with him and the lady held something in fief arms which she soon made out to be a baby 1 a upon making this discovery utterly Reck for chapter in suppose Good Little 141� Orner made of All this mystery ? mrs. Horner w As a fair Little woman who. Less of her commercial interests for just then it happened that a Small customer had come in with a Halfpenny to spend mrs Horner made a Dart out into the Road Rar round the coach and looked in on the other Side. Now a Days would have been called very pretty but blondes were not much admired at the period who Efi this history commences. She was a kind hearted but sentimental. Perhaps if we could have fathomed the secrets of her hearts heart behind a very comfortable fill

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