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  2. "ROUNDING UP" ON A DAKOTA RANCH.

    The camp is all in peace and silence under the silvory starlight of a Western summer night till about half an hour before daybreak when the cook bestirs himself to ...

    Article : 1,329 words
  3. BIG WINGLESS BIRDS.

    At the great gathering of the Maods on the west coast of Now Zealand, some little time ago, I was the guest of Te Raughiwinuia a celebrated figthting chief at his pah, or village ...

    Article : 2,353 words
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  5. BY PIKE AND DYKE.*

    In a very short time the countess and her daughter recurned to the room where Ned was awailing them. Each carried a hand bag. "We are ready never." the countess said. "I ...

    Article : 6,207 words
  6. AN INDIAN CHIEF.

    The most interesting Indian along many thousands whom I saw in a trip through Canada to the Pacifle Occan last year was Saponaxikow the chief of the Blackfeet ...

    Article : 1,024 words
  7. A TROUBLE IN THE WESTERN STATES.

    Along,' about the middle of the conch was a young by, not a healthful girl, but justordi. nary. although she had a very jaunty hat and a sealskin sacque. A young man got on who ...

    Article : 427 words
  8. ALWAYS A RIVER TO CROSS.

    There's always a river to cross; Always an effort to make IT there's anything good to win Any rich prize to take. ...

    Article : 209 words
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