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  2. THE SILVER BUTTERFLY.

    A PRETTY pair of lips with a decided poet on them clear blue eyes big and wistful and a smooth brow with such a pucker drawing down its silken arches over the wet eyes. ...

    Article : 1,403 words
  3. A SPIRIT.

    WHEN Ralph Atwood's young daughter, Evelyn, run away from him mitt a fashionable of city man, who had been hanging about the place for w long while, the shock to her father fees ...

    Article : 2,880 words
  4. The Ingoldsby Legends.

    It is on my own personal reminiscences that I draw for the following story: the scene of its leading event was most familiar to me in early life. If the principal actor in it be yet ...

    Article : 4,376 words
  5. POPULAR SCIENCE PAPERS.

    It is curious to note how far-reaching, in every sense of that term, "star-eyed" is science, and especially that department of science which concerns itself with the history of ...

    Article : 1,760 words
  6. THE EFFECTS PRODUCED BY EARTHQUAKES UPON THE LOWER ANIMALS.

    In the last issue of the "Transactions of the Seismological society of Japan," Professor Milne the well-known student of volcanic phenomena discusses the effects of earthquakes ...

    Article : 514 words
  7. HOW TO SECURE CHEAP ENSILAGE.

    One of the questions that new seems upper most in solution of the silage problem is that of cheap and yet effective silos. The farmer of I ordinary means is asking for a structure that ...

    Article : 786 words
  8. THE BLACKSMITH AND THE BEAR.

    From Mr. Inglis's "Tent Life in Tiger Land" we extract the following story of a death wrestle between one Billy Parrot, a blacksmith, and a great he-bearon the edge of a precipice ...

    Article : 819 words
  9. COURTING IN THE COUNTRY.

    EVERY lad in the country, no matter how to lowly his occupation may be, or how small the S wages he may earn, makes it a point to own a set of harness and a buggy. This anyway and ...

    Article : 655 words
  10. ANXIOUS MRS. WREN.

    Anxious little Mrs. Wren Sat upon a wall, Peeped up through the branches Of the clm tree tall. ...

    Article : 76 words
  11. DANGEROUS.

    Light cosmetics such as properly prepared vegetable powders starch etc. may be used without any delecterious consequence but the heavier powders which are ...

    Article : 119 words
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