AT VERO EOS ET ACCUS AMUS ET IUSTO ODIO DIGNI SSIMOS
crowed and laughed quite merrily as it was swayed to and fro by the cold wind. While the feast was in course of preparation the new Chief and his friends were entertained by songs of a most melancholy nature.
It was a strange scene that pres
ented itself that cold and frosty evening in March. The snow-drifts were covered with a crust of frozen sleet, which crunched beneath the tread of moccasined feet. The bare branches of the maples were encased in ice, with long icicles attache
he laid i
t upon the forks. He the
d, which glistened and reflected like a prism the rays of the sett