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Elkhart Weekly Review (Newspaper) - July 9, 1885, Elkhart, Indiana 26. ELKHART, JULY 1885. 23 months cards not exceeding ten 15.00 per notices following local matter on lo cents per line for EVERY per week e the city Rooms over Post On Jackson to in musical lotte y will not be ' HOBEST a. nice I did you buy didn't buy it. It come IS THE IS BOTTLES WITH THAT 6TBIF CORK IS Every Drop Js Worth Weight In or SOEE SOEE WONDER OF HEALING Bleeding or it Is known Bruises and It is pain and In a marvellous Inflamed and Sore upon these is simply Is tUc complaints yield to its Old or Open Bites of gore its action upon these is most jst t ly I - EXTRACT has been The genuine has the words blown in the and our picture trade mark on surrounding huff other is Always insist on having Take no other is never sold or by OP POND'S THE MOST DELICATE FOB 50 25 Soap 50 50 75 25 50c.)..1.00 25 25 Dim New of oub Sent KUEE on application EXTRACT Fifth New sold by Joliu 130 il D. and aching teeth treated and perma ently Artificial teeth inserted on an of Gold filling specialty 4.Uoperation8 registered and warran alce in at liaw Notary in At of Peace Clifton - - Lecture to Young the on tbe and radical cuje of Seminal or induced by Int voluntary nervous and impediments to epilepsy and mental and physical M. author of the world-renowned in this admirable clearly proves from his own the consequence of self abuse inay be without dangerous rings OT pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and by which every no what his condition may cure himself privately and This lecture wax prove a boon to and under in a plain to any on receipt of six or two MEDICAL St. N. Y Hox 4:BO anu covered it edges of tho flat sands about a milo and loft ono long creamy lino of Tlie sands themselves away to tho westward far OS eye could But to the lelt and that is to ia tho direction toward which she was was a with signs of human into a Matt hastened following a footpath across marshy In duo time she came out upon a narrow and rudely mado road which wound along tho rocky at low water the at tho seat Tho first house reached was a wooden house down in a and it being then low at somo distance from the watert the roadside above the house was a and beneath the flagstaff a wooden was still and without a sign of but a little along tho road was a row of cottages which seemed and were in fact tho abodes of the Instead of lingering hero Slatt proceeded on her way until sho at first sight looked like the beginning of a village or small There were houses on each side of the somo of them several stories but cdose showed that most of them were that few of them any windows or and that nem ly all were decayed and 1UU3 uo away at the to force open tho which iscon to as tho action of tho salt water Lad to rot the On being thus opened tho box was found to contain only a of coarse linen eld two or three and half a bottle of some dark examining these by ono William Jones threw them back box with gestures of only the which he uncorked and to he smacking his lips aaa nodding at he returned it to tho standing reconnoitred tho every But nothing else rewarded ho threw in of the beat and ordered Matt to pull back to thoy went he closed one eye thoughtfully and mused afore last it half a gale from tho This here bos came awash from tho east coast of Maybe was a big ship as was was part of the coming if wind don't come up from tho The moon's full to-night and I'll tell tho old and keep a sharp lookout oil tho Caldron IiS him away and closed the lid with a V enough o' old 'un 1 You hold the light while I carry the bos in and put it righty returned the old we should have by that beautiful Tho two holding the and the other carrying the through a door at the back of the kitchen and entered an inner This a which was so upi iio daylight Piled up iii confusion old some coils of broken broken fragments of rotten and a small dirty saia away sullenly and shrugged her said William ATI rowed on they from long not a few a mile of the stood up again and I didn't buy it. Jt come When you fear she winter when the big to bits out I seel Thon it was a portion of a it come end look ye this jacket came ashore On a sailor the sailor chap made you a present i of I she with her sharp shake of the could he give it when ho was drownded and come ashore 1 i William Jones gave it to and 1 altered it my yo make it was certainly an extraordinary young and wore her mysterious finery wth a coolness I thought it being quite from her that all was fish that came to her in other that dead men's clothes were as acceptable to her taste as any the was hastening and I had my promise to So I got my crayon materials and Matt sit down before me on a first that she divest herself of her bead which was an but which she discarded with extreme Directly I began she became and fixed so to as people do when being eyes glaring on her whole facp lost in self-satisfied needn't keep like want your face to have some Move your head about as much as you laugh and will be all the time 1 was sho the chap said I he was a traveling photographer had a littie black on and a cloth on top of and he looked at me through a hole in tho Then he cried and held up his hand for me to keep still as a then he counted I was Was it a good But I looked liko the black woman who come ashore last Easter was a conversation like this we beguiled the whUe I proceeded rapidly with my At the end of a couple of hours Matt had become so fidgety that I thought it advisable to give her a Sho sprang up and ran over to inspect the The moment her eyes fell upon it she uttered a rapturous ye ain't it am I like answered her it was an excellent and not too Her face a littie as she my cheeks as red as are I are the looked at me it's will you give it to me to we shall gave chap a shilling for his frame and but I've got no more she with an insinuating smile as aman of I could not So I if she behaved herself I in all make her the present she must come again as we shook PU finish the thing PU with a nod and a bright smile walked the whole of this interview Tina had not been and so soon as I was left alone he looked up from tho work he was engaged potato and gave a knowing she's a bold he your honor know who she isP have not the slightest saying down bey ant that she's a say and has neither father nor nor any who was your 'The man who picked her from the Jones name It was becoming too much for flesh and blood to From the first moment of my arrival I had heard no and I had begun to detest its JOKES story Is now to follow in tha footsteps of on quitting the presence of her walked rapidly along tha road in the direction trf the lake upon the left atOl having of sandhills upon sho gradually slackened her A had he been would have observed that the change was owing to maiden in other Matt had fallen into a brown sat down upon a convenient or of resting her elbows 9n her her in her looked tor some minutes at At last die and to was to this bands are as white as a when he pulls off and he said I was as pretty as my only guess at the train of reasoning which led to this and express my opinion that Matt had ideas on tbo subject of the dto was not and bad littie or no ot none at ail or men wno were young and good she was not insensible of the charms of a and other tokens of masculine and and sinister as if blackened by And still there was no sign of tho street came to an and Matt found herself on a sort of rocky overlooking the and on this shading his eyes from the blazing sim and looking out was a intent was ho on his that he was unconscious of approach till she was standing by his Ho turned his eyes upon her for a and then once more gazed oat to thickset with a which would have been good humored but for its of extreme watchfulness and The eyes were but very small and the forehead low and the hair and tho board and sandier Ho might havo been 00 of His was of a yellow a pair of seaman's canvas trousers and a blue pilot ornamented with brass buttons which bore the insignia of Her Majesty's naval without turning his eyes agalE from the far tho a far-away do you see out strained her gaze through dazzling but failed to any object on tho light of yo continued tho may bo or may be but it's Look Coining and Now it and it's now it and tho water looks white whero it If it isn't it's if it ain't it's And tho tide's and go night at tha Caldron if I for is. Bat I ho go and overhaul it looked round and did yoa seo any of them coastguard chapa as you come They're tip fooling so there's a chanco for a honest man to look arter living no You come along if it is I'll gie thee somo o' these he to his eyes fell for tho first timo on her What are you doing in your Sunday The girl was at a loss how to prospect j in. be after a minuta square Scon afterward the boat readied the W illiam Jones sprang out up ta the took another This being ho ran down again I and Iho box out of tho caso under one j boat he in a ' bring them bits ood along with tho I'll cut on to the cottage It but it's Eo I'll carry it out o' sight before them precious coastguards come smelling thoso words ho up the rocks his leaving Matt to follow leisurely in his V. A OF far from tho spot where William Jonos cud somo little thj its and a quito and as any of tho in its It built of and roofed but tho of old ship's and ono small vandow it contained had formed tho of % ship's door liko a a natural sequence of she was led to hor hand and look at It was very and covered golden Tho inspection altogether die thrust both her bands irritably into the pockets of her and walked tho her die followed a swampy rivets crept along now altogether in mossy patches of suspicious again with feeble pebble and ' road upon a and hung her Fortunately for tho man was too absorbed in his main object of thought to catechise her He only shook his fat head in severe and led the way down to a small creek in tho where a rough coble was secured by a rusty in and take the Pll sit and keep girl obeyed and leaped but before sitting sho up her dress to her knees to avoid tho dirty water in tho bottom of the William Jones and pushed off with his Calm as the water there was a heavy shoreward on which they wero immediately some danger of being swept back on tho but Matt tho paddles liko one to the manor and tho boat shot out on the shining sun was burning almost insufferable and the light blazed on the golden of the water with refracted Crouching in the stem of tho William Jones shaded his eyes with hands and gazed on tho object ho had discovered far out to Now and then he made a rapid motion to guide tho girl in her but ho did not speak a how hot it was out there on tho 1 For some time Matt pulled on in but at last she could bear it no and rested on hor tho warm perspiration streaming down said the not looking at ' ain't not you 1" a long-drawn breath Matt drew in the swift as peeled her jacket and throw off her leaving her head exposed to the burning tho silk gown sho wore had evidently by its original owner as a for it had been cat and had short So Matt's shoulders and arms wero and very white they looked in contrast her her tarvi jinH Her was as yet Dui her neck and shoulders were and her arms beautifully her friend the could he havo seen her just would have regarded her increasing from the incumbrance of her she now away easy grace and Farther and farther the boat from till tho promontory they had left was a of miles Suddenly William Jones mado a sign to tho girl to and stood up in the boat to object at which he had been gazing so was now dearly It consisted of something floating on a glassy stretch of and surrounded by fragments of loose or to all appearance but in drifting wearily shoreward on the flowing Jones now evinced increasing and urged his companion to hurry quickly she putting out all her strength in a series of rapid and powerful Another quarter of an hour brought them to the spot whero tho object was the man loaned over the ado with outstretched ho did so Matt turned her head away with a curious gesture of is she not looking at o' it replied the many leaning over fhe the and tilting tho gunwale almost to the early for If they it won't bo till Sunday's They're down at the and ain't Easy 1 Lean wayl Bo out he struggled something in tho and at an effort which almost capsized the pulled it in. Matt looked and saw that it was a wooden covered with pieces of slimy Floating near it were several of seemed to havo formed a William secured and threw down on the footboard beneath a that's what it cried a it's look ye I consisting of only one of Here red-legged - a Ulra a or mayhap it would of a naked to tho holding a in hor hand and remarkable despite the fact that had deprived her of nose and one and that tho red complexion and jet black hair sho had had been washed by tho action of tho leaving hor all over of a leprous Tho rest of as I havo was of sinister though hero and it with wet sea lay on covered a small originally meant for a and drifted to tho very William Jones ran with his entering it without himself in ror mo crept blackened of small was only just to make darkness But this seaside in addition to a cat's predatory something of a cat's of clearly discerned everything in tho chamber ho just stono paved an opon and no black rafters from which suspended lean of a couple of wooden a ana m ono sore the where a human figuro was Setting down tho trunk on tho he right over to tho bed and unceremoniously shook the individual lying upon whom In discovered to bo a muttering Finding that ha did not wako William Jones bent down and cried lustily in his wreck ashore Tho was Tho figure rose up iii disclosing tho head and dars of a very old who a iod cotton night whose hair and beard were lu white as ho cried in a shrill vacantly around old said seizing him and shaking him William Is it my son returned the old peering out into the Look yo you was in your you A good tiling no one hoerd you but your son days you'll be letting you if you go on like old shook his head then his hands together in a kind of ho looked at bis son and I was it I was on tho and it hard from the and all once I see come in all and go and I looked William and there no oho high but you and and when she broke up I see gold and silver and jewels come washing just like floating ' the everyone of had rings on their fingers and gold watches and that their hands was full of shining and one a bright diamond as big as a but when I to pull it off it wouldn't and just as I pulled out to cut tho finger and put it in my you shook and woke me it was a Jones had listened with interest to the early part of this on its he gave another grunt of you're awake so jump I've brought and get a the old was fully in a pair of old woolen trousers and a and began fumbling about the ' soon found what he box of matches and a of a ' reed dipped in owing to the fact he feeble and in Hating up that his son grew give to said them matches just as if they cost you and - ' being and burning with he old iman oilskin bits of iron ballast land flotsam and so that had a rait and suggesting the hold of some But in ono comer of tho room was ia small wooden with a and and pa a nail close to it was certain feminine which tlie of the caravan would havo as the garb worn by Matt tho of her first | the box Jones i fully covered it a portion of an old i bub it ain't he them | guards didn't SM come If they j i it wouldn't for what's floating on tho sea belongs to him as finds j A sound startled him as ho looking round ho saw Matt entering tho loaded with broken But not standing behind her in tho v. as a than of entered the room to down her load of wood Monit stood in the quick eye had noted the menta of and I William he asked a William Jones was Tho keen expression of his face changed to ono of stupidity and ho began to Mr. ho finding that is Matt and mo has boon on tho foraging for a bit be Put it did a3 sho was hor arms sho her load into a corner of tho then Jones hurried the whole party back into tho men seated themselves on but mo vol about tha room to get a Tho cs well as everything was a living illustration of tho meanness of William lb consisted not of a but of -i long which had been gathered from tho marshes by and afterward dried and dipped in by William Matt lighted ib and fixed it in a iron niche which was evidently made for tho and which was attached to a tablo near the tho work was she throw off her hat and retired to the end of tho and sat down on tho tho wholo of this timo Mr. Monk had been her and ho had been iu his turn by William At lasb tho latter said growed bless usi she's a bil snb is night you found her down on tho her own friends wouldn't her 1" Mr. Monic started and ho thorn as continued William they all in the ship what camo ashoro from bo Mayhap some day they'll find and reward mo for her up a good what I alius tell that's what you always ao returned you're a fool for your The girl's got no friends I toU you that you Mr. returned William look ye I no right to thundered not paid for you're paid for keeping tho and what more do you ho in a softer to Matt at any did not heed for she mado no Then gazing at gave vent to tho samo remark as William Jones had done a few houre have you been ho havo Matt hang her head and was his seeing that ho was to have an sho up her head and with a tone of in ber voice pub ib on to be took ba repeated returned have my likeness There bo a painter chap hero in a he's took was curious to note the changes in Mr. Monk's At first he tried to appear then his faco gradually into a look of angry Matt never once Ler eyes from very presence to rouso all that was bad in and sho at through her tangled locks in much tho same manner as a shaggy terrier puppy might gaze at a bull fain but feared on its Mi. timo sho rhe rose slowly her seat and went reluctantly to his look me in tho ho you know who this painter Matt shook her many times have you seen what has he said to lot mo one asked mo who my mother and l' told hiin I hadn't got Monk's face once moro grew black as ho and prying and lng I thought as He's he said my said Mr. taking notice of her want you to promise mo i is to go near that painter Matt shook her ' she I likeness ain't took takes a he I'm going to put things on to-morrow and be took ' moment in his eyes looked then he and patted her which caress she tho said MatW don't like to be pulled mean you don't like That's yot you've no cause to hato me. for I've been a good friend to because I like Do you I like anxious did he seem to Impress this upon her he his around her her toward kissed her on the a he had never ' But by no moans to appreciate the as his lips touched ho found J. ne ought to and since you have no and no claim upon anybody in tha it was very kind of Menk to keep instead of sending you to the as ho might have this point Matt seemed rather continued as he went on up his i have done my friend a his unamiable exterior belies his real perhaps ho is good and to the willing to help tJie for OF A ONCE FAMOUS and Fall of a Patron oi Prices Paid Bryant and and You mean you like me reflected for a momenta then she wonder what he's fond o' me I 'cause he I William having no more logical answer at his said don't love me I'm There's and I should like to know what thai I Jones looked at conscious that there was a new development of sagacity in her but utterly at a hiss to understand what that now development A awoke the next the first thing she did was to look around for hei Sunday which on retiring to rest she had placed beside her They were and in their place lay the habiliments sho accustomed to wear on hei pilgrimages every faco grew cloudy she hunted all around tko but finding nothing that she sought she was to array herself as best she sne when sne sal with that worthy at a hermit's breakfast ol dry bread and my Sunday Jones fidgeted a then he put where you won't find Look ye you'd best be after useful than about after a painter chap. I was on tho shore this and I seen heaps o' best get some of i b afore night 1" "; gave a but said - A few minutes later her benign protector left tho and a littie after ho disappeared Matt issued but instead of beating tha shoro for as she had been told to L-he ran across the fields te the found him already established at his Tho ho had been for some time his hands in his pockets and scanning the on every side for a sight of Having got tired of this characteristic he at length sat down and began to put a few touches to tho Seeing that he was of her Matt crept up behind him and took a peep at the black eyes dilated ain't it she you have come at said going on with his made movement and no further so he are you'll be good enough to sLep round - that I may continue my I am longing to refresh my memory with a sight of your you said locked locked or your was clear could not appreciate Sho saw him and guessed ho was laughing at and her face grew black and Sho would have slunk off but his voico stopped ho be teU mo what's the what has become of your resplendent gorgeous Sunday I tell locked William Jones done it 'cause 7ie told ife don't want me to come hero and be Tell you what it we wiH havo way in of For the present this picture shall be put If in a day or so you can again don your Sunday sit to me again in I say I shall be able to finish the dress from That portrait I shall give to In the as I want one for paint you as you Do you nodded her head said ' wo will get removed from his easel and carefully covered the upon which ho had been and sat inviting Matt to do tho the disappearance of tha tho girl's stiffness seemed to have disappeared and she became again a veritable child of She looked like a shaggy young pony fresh from a race on Tork the of the ophthalmic department of hospital on the of street and Third avenue is a who has an exceedingly interesting Forty ears ago his namo in e very home in United for it was attached to a magazine which justly takes rank as the pioneer publication of first class American periodical The man in question is George Rex the founder of Graham's who was once also the chief owner of The Philadelphia North American who has twice made and lost handsome and who was often the host of raon who have l exalted places both at and worn out and subsisting on the generosity of now more than and has for eighteen months past been waiting in the institution named to have operations performed on his oyes for the removal of the room of the attentively listening to tiie latter reading an historical sat Mr. Graham when a reporter of Tho Herald called to see Ho is now in the 73d year of his and what he has passed through in recent ye and his present sad bears with remarkable good natura and e von His hair and whiskers are white and and altogether he presents a very patriarchal If one did not tho contrary he would suppose that the venerable publisher was fully possessed of his eyes look so bright and but he cannot see Otherwise his health is moderately To a request for some facts about his he you think the public ara really interested in one who might almost say that he is like him of whom Sam Johnson wrote when he lags the veteran on the one who is lost to the have ao objection to rehearse the story my which certainly has been niS proceeded a-s am a native of having been born thero In 1S13. Left an when a boy I was obliged to earn my own I first learned the trade of a but turned my attention to the law and studied with Judge I very well saved a sum of Having devoted my nights tts reading Burke I acquired a tasta for literature and became ambitious to own a I contributed sketches to Atkinson's a feeble in company with Charles J. of who was one of my earliest as she threw herself on the ground in an attitude which was all and her hand she began to up tho while her black eyes searched the prospect and the painter's she says a she Brinkley looked up and is she and gave a Jerk her head in tho direction of said is my amiable equestrian is Pm suro and when ho shp rubbing as if touch ' this on working vigorously obliged to And may I did he his opinion of when he come to see William He said I wasnt to be took no 'cause you was a and began to and went on for a while touching up his Then he looked up and regarded the girl Monk seems to be very much interested in girl nodded her remembering J the Monk had subjected began to rub her cheek is Mr. Monk so interested in it's he found he found did Then doesn't he only I Utb 6> William whistling it prudent a few to again patted her | ' then he left the taking Jones Teh minutes later Jones returned * y. be come ' never lusard you K day and fellow and iu thesa later has been one of my I purchased from Atkinson his For a year Mr. Peterson and ran The Casket Than he sold out and I purchased Tho Magazine from E. the paying him 83,500, or for each I massed the subscribers of the two and with a list of about 4.500, started Graham's This was in 1841. Edgar Allen who ba l been editor of The remained with me as editor of the new I resolved to strike out boldly from tho first and engaged the best known of the list of constant contributors James Russell recently our minister to J. T. the ill-fated but highly gifted William Henry Bayard R. T. George H. E. P. John G. William William Mrs. Ann Louise Caroline E. L. Estelle and the very talented and exceedingly beautiful lady who subsequently the mother of Edmund Clarence the wife of the late William Burnet the founder of The The consequence the immediate and marvelous success of tho Money and rolled in on me with every until I was astonished I engaged the services of and pub handsome 1 also got the very latest fashion plates trom Paris and inserted These took In two time my subscription list nearly touched 4U,00U. I bad the field of magazines alone to I paid for everything I Poor Bayard How well I remember the astonishment on his flna open face when I handed him for the two poems he ever are not going to poy me for this is the first money lever earned 1' | ALLAN did I pay 1 gave him a which in days was con very He was with me as editor for about eighteen and for or four years I knew him Literature with him was a and its high with a whip of scorpions scourged the from tha in oil else ho had tho docility and kindness of a Sitting near him for writing near and conversing with I knew all his his fears ami little annoyances of he was always the polished and the thoughtful soul of honor in all of was in his better He was the first of his He was very savera and too helped the Poe used to write five to seven every One of bis iu the the weird entitled in tha Rue which created a greas sensation with Poe on tho Mr. 0. J. for whom I was obliged to AND I. Cooper I gave for hfa of the Two of my ' and Bryant writings subscribers for the magazine by tho Miu also a great Except the I never paid 1 Longfellow than for a that being tho ium I paid him for Village became so popular in that a mass belie ved it was written br an m 184-J to my subscription ran below 35,000, sometimes as. 60,000. my Ona a friend came in and on that I because you touch to was his ' was about tao year i In with the late Morton and Robert M. I purchased The States Gazette from J. ' R. giving him We incorporated the two papers named and started what is now The North Too many irons in the fire for me. I was induced to go into some copper mina speculations gotten up by rogues and lost Neglect of the caused that to fall and in 1848 I obliged to sell shares and everything to my a whUe I got my bought back the magazine and gave it a new lease of My succuss for a time was but the glory of Ichabod had A renewal of the old success was and after the for three years I sold it It died in the hands of Mr. the The reason of ill success the second time was my in divulging to ono of the Harpers in an ordinary conversation aU my plans for the The Harpers jumped in with put my plans into and Graham's Magazine received its TO NEW 185:J I left came to Now With the of the fortune I went into Wall the usual ' In 1864 1 to live with a tha late Henry and ten years later began to contribute literary reminiscences te a Newark subser taking an editorial This I held until three years when my to fail ma and I was forced to Since of I hai ve been unable to earn my own and have ' been obliged to subsist on tha generosity ot As you can readily this is a hard fate for a man who has seen what I have been what I have thanks ba to I was born with a generally cheerful and contented und I try to feel as happy as 1 said Mr. the it would be impossible to find a man more easily pleased and satisfied than Mr. Hals the best natured patient we ever had Everybody loves burden of caring for Mr. Graham was taken up three years ago by a Newark journalist Through the of old Philadelphia acquaintances of Mr. Mr. G. W. Childs and Mr. J. the simple wants of the old man have been provided His wife many so far as near relatives are be appears to bo alone in the of them being He still hopes to regain his sight and be able to resume but competent to speak express fear that his extreme age and feebleness are fatal barriers to successful operations for of the San Francisco The bold tha title to their lands from the king of Spain and do not recognize the republic of No taxes or imposts are levied on or if levied they have not been They are a agricultural living on small patches of fertile soil on the borders of the They steal stock when an opportunity but have rarely in the last few years committed any their is a man of fair education for und a stern Ha has absolute control over Tha two nations combined number over 15,000, of which at least are Their principal arms are and a three-cornered bludgeon mado of iron Some of the are They also carry a powdered in small used by them to throw in the eyas of their ad which is said to swell tham up and produce Cajeme has a royal the major portion of whom are mounted as cavalry and are picked man of tha are said to be some 400 or 503 of extent of country occupied by them reaches along the river some ninety by an average width of twenty Here are located their or each having its to tho They produce and raise quite a largo number of all of which find a market hi In tho supply of cane and many other articles of in demand hero at all of the comes from tho Yaqui The trade of the Yaqui Indians with the port of Guaymas will average over Most of this duca is for and forms quite an item to the small stores of tha The interest of the sporting world at Paris is at present divided between horse and balloon and so general does tha naw threaten to become that tha will soon be no mora at seeing a number of balloons above their heads timn thay would be if tha Airships many Inventors are bard at work on improved and among such tha latest which at present being privately but will shortly appear in is with a piir of larga wings an electric This balloon is to able to hold its own a violant current of and and friends ara looking forward it- with An aerial race it is will ho n long before aerial to in the cenerai Destruction of a Point roaring of tho the grim of the flames as thay rolled round and tho rising high in air carried far to tha east and as ten as the cries of the the fathers mothers anxiously watching their the terrified children just awakening from their little following aftar the lowing of the and squealing Ut loose from the entire and the of man on the roof of as fai the eya could made the scena a wierd not soon to ha effaced from orv's In Sebastopol one of the points toward which tho of tho are Tha even before war thrown into by the issue of an order that business talee up thoir goods and walk from the south to the north of the The south of the city is tha portion that was laid waste by the For many years tha city was in 1875 business began to ii opened tho south of the town to Last year 1,700 vessels entered the large wharves and have been the devastated The recent order turns out the to latin tha that I possess a faculty for I am to be a poot As I have heard a great deal about the poetic am anxious to know whether or not it is for me to take out one of these r I apply for onaf The proper to whom to apply for n poetic to is Walt At ' oil he uses tho poetic himself and with being through aid to make rhyme teble dinner by a caterer of i v
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