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  2. Macleod of Dare.

    AND where was she now—that strange creature who had bewildered and blinded his eyes and so sorely stricken his heart? It was perhaps not the least part of his trouble that all his passionate ...

    Article : 6,346 words
  3. Queen Victoria's Ladies.

    AFER the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837, young and inexperienced (18 years old), her first troublo was in the organization of the ladies of tho royal household, Those around ...

    Article : 495 words
  4. Flotsam and Jetsam.

    SUPERSTITION IN SCOTLAND.—We toko from the Daily Netos the following curious notes of an old-world superstition which still survives in Scotland in regard to fire-worship, and which has ...

    Article : 1,659 words
  5. Personal Ornaments.

    ORNAMENTS adapting themsolvos to the female form, such as wreaths, chains, girdles, cords, fringes, and ribbons, have in all times claimed tho fullest interest of women. Necklaces not ...

    Article : 755 words
  6. The Little Story,

    SCENE—Tho Argonaut Office. PREPOSTEROUS COISTRIBUTOR.—Editor in? Supernumerary Editor.—Dood. P. C—Tho gods favor mo. [Produces roll of ...

    Article : 1,038 words
  7. A Slccniiig-Car Romance.

    IT was in tho Cedar Rapids sleopor. Outside it was dark as the inaido of an ink bottle. In tho sleeping-car peoplo slept. Or tried it. Somo of them Blopt liko Christian ...

    Article : 719 words



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