VOL. XXVI. NO. ‘48.
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. CHAPTER . '
A SENTIMENTAL GIRIJS STRANGE LOVER‘
"We , I declare. it don’t seem possible!" said .
Cain, well known in Walker, and, in tact, all over Min-
9;-iesoia Ell‘. i was n 2 L
timber often laid the charge to the door oi the Indians.
though the Indians were frequently guiityviot the same
While trying to deiend an innocent young Iudian from
utters Charlie was pounced upon(
m in prison 5 3:
. she vizs nrst.
for the first time
characteristics. her love. 'r e mutua, and,
notwithstanding their mirerence in society, they were he-
ce regretted that
ed her hand to In-
more she saw or him. the more she
espected, and loved him.
y mm the only person I
“They shall not.
and die with 'yo
by low hedges and wind-bowed fir
h n e
’ George Hansurn, the proprietor or
.'the establishment, "was" in c e
par . S - 7 7 - p
e irueas gospel, Mr. Cain, .
declared mine host. -1 new he-.
lieved it fur some tim -hut wire
‘tire knows it. to: Alice admitted
1 know Alice ‘Sutherland. she
r dream that Inc
0 tall in love
r..cLiin. are never need
Charlie, hev ye?"
"‘He‘s as spruce and trim :1 young I
. teller ns ye ever’ saw ,He’g 25
years old,-dresses well, Was edu-F
d.‘ n ' Pennsylvania is
. White hanctei-iatlcs.
hurt December day was closing in.
. > 7‘ 5-‘lirln-4‘ FA.
. , I, ,7’?
into the neighboring gnrden, bounded
t - on. -
your chance: or hnpplneu and o
making a good match will be over >
.mever. Percival Button‘-(“Ahi I -
knew Inn! was coming," signed the
-“raid he would c
mani ' -
" Du mean 1 rich man'the girl
said ianguidly. lolding her hands
and again turning her eyes to the
with bowed‘ head
bet m head, tin‘! thousand walking 5 easly er the little
miles from Walker at ti: o- lawn. a ew inch 3 of freshly
merit. fallen snow deaden n; the sound 0!
Even While the little 81'0"]? 0' his uick footnep Ind 1
men wero talking in low earnest > gi watched with conscious
tones. a fair race, which had suddenly became uneai-th- Alice hurried to the small room she had occupied since . fascination the da k sha owy prints left in‘ th
ly he, was Just outside. lid In eye WI! at h key- she had been teaching the mision school, and . hastily 8 wh eness. an-Inger. with the Eiuve fnce
M1,. The eaves pg per wus a young girl at eighteen. in man u rew or e sets into a little mile This and athie lo the g now atooping form, had never shown
brim’. C risti n, beautiful girl, who had come 0 the she dropned from the viinclow and then climbed through the slightest desire I ake Iriend , indeed, had seemed
great northwest to each nn In lan mission school. Her nnrlvdrop to the groun . - determined to d any hanc r risk 0! d ng s .
name WIS Auce Sn‘ enand‘ . She found her bundle among the bushes and hiking it Years I30, hen he girl’: mother had called upon the
‘ Alice may have been romantic, and what girls are not? under her Arm, hurri uwuy (mm ihellttle frontier Vll- ion ewcomer. the faund him a no and he onli
. She may have been sentimental she had I gentle laize. As she sing the mill and heard vnicu be-. ck oviledged the visit I: polite note of Ink ex-
. which went out 1,, gympalhy to all the oppressed and tore her. In caught a lzlirnpte I '0 men an 3 pluining that he never ve ails, and lived
' d0wn,u.Ddden nee,‘ crept away and hid among the great logs so thlt they a lite 0 study and unbroken solitude. onight, as er‘
y accident 5).; met the brave young warrior known could not nn her. mother talked, and the girl‘ attention wmdered to the
. , as Indian C A ie, the son or old Chan-ni-tow. Though Her he-irt heat that with intense excitement. and am! (to in: nu her 0 blue-gray footprints in the snow. an
‘ v . nnenletow was 9. tull-blooded Chipnewn. Ch ril seem- continue . unusual circumallnce I It er thought und drew‘
I ‘ to 2 out in tact e had :22 many 'hiie "A wni-a warethey will kill my Charlie. I will die her still further fro he sordid rid Wu 2 com-en '
men (uli d h . His an and hair iverqbiack him. No. no, they ithali not separate uii! They ration. A servant cnme out or t 9 house and innded to
hut his skin remarkably fair tor even n he -hi d. Tm shall not neparnte usl" - n he an an oran lnred e velope. which u did ‘n t
dition had rile‘: vi a 5 him woman when the men were gone she rose (mm her hiding open till he was again ulone. The disappear , ‘ '
'uml from her the ynung xndiah drew so much 0! m-+:+:- ---- : The i retu d to consciousness wit a. slight Start.‘
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