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Lima Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1870, Lima, Ohio f x to nml the ol County liocnl JTJXT She ICvtry A Painter of j A v nil Mei I I Mi tnnt it I i it ti plrr mid preform rnro in Ic In u joil litIIH him rrv I m day to the dicnitid Hsnrtiy of thp nrd n Mlf pri ii n a to r t iv to HIV pur A low of Irjjdn Corinthinn can thr H 11 1 11 M CK AMI i i TT vi all kin One i I I r inr I Inrlit tialf srr5 cf My futliur u trudtr and 1 i nl nn j wealtv we u rviiv coin Vi I i i v tn i i i uiv r t i Innn ii rn faniii ruluniiifi rfi d rii1 ricf r of il Fi I ti till nitar y JMI Kvry a TI tic JJlii lay lily I J rliirlilicd in in ional 1iT ITl 111 All iratin TJ7T GrRH j i It lortil ii riti I v in s fi i i v ji N bae yo me to i lt UK Ml l IictlIC liV I I in the gnliiry 1 I iv i of fir i fit ninj M i t 1 I I iuixid vinl Mi il to it I M jViinn nc ittr to tr tlt ii V 1 HI l J rtwivd I n Mntlobl WPK al i in itilii s Mt iird ftom wlurr I Klcivl tii iilii ilnxr lui ninl tin rinie ill t wiih ho in fiiuiv i I 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iwiniM ot tinidrii in in thei iinri1 he vnH lillt fli nlllllv IS WIH i i i Mill lln1 one j The number of his pupils was I to lie liipt us worls were MiiiiiieM iuu n permitted us to 1 ry try plnee lh e a wrd with encii du Fnmi tisit liur 1 vu i Stnndirji there at the the jstmrk in land he seeincd to lecl it lonr whin she told me in Anl was tixe official card bceiuHe he is your Docs Fail ly Tith the roiL1 mid oy if n DOCH it Fool iti he me nroimd Iiody in tii t iron fool to trust jonrBelf hero with inr tno whom you have life yon inn w I Jin ii u I i u rTOUSKV AV in j lly V J M months after tbil 1 he was frig thick the nnd the I could hiive wept for I was At last I met him in front of the Madt never liifd ooing it my to niy for the r to wati Iliiiitinbny crowd the snid n road to S meet il in others il ripilicii i and I hi lisinj Hint voice it 1 have ind to tluexhibitions liplicil the masls and city tpires itj It was uu elderly aontl land theatres ami a Here we read toeliur from Unlti spectaclts and itn eveii we would of our faxorile I ciilored up iid sail ihe rov t miie or two clown tici counted the first pale stars that tnni I I o vou so i j hours spent in your 10 or M li A peculiar expression Hilled over his It was a liit ihcro an I am VIMy fond of j that I my present to the i Sitrv nf T DVll situ In H1 i I Hi til I ir Vnvilv salt1 iiit au litll olllirr Uittti t was anxious to one still evening con1 an art every bcnvlit from my masters verting in i iit nnd II ularly h catccui myself partic There was odd n difference in the thercinn ro8e like knots in liln and thoncli I filt my nnd mv wrists nriKlly ttill I held on with thrUrriMe of one who liiu dear It lasted n time nt lenst it flrrrn lonp to nnd the pcnflolditf rock pd lipiieth our At length I now his btrenth Suddpnly 1 loos ed my hold nnd threw my whole He he fhriek he I dropped itjion tny face in hor An njrc of nilcnco Recrned to nnd tc cold dtw Blood npoa my Presently I heard n dill sound far I crnwlcd to tho of the oldiii nnd looked little now cii2aed in painting audible to the he And sooisr happy rolled but my new patron took my Stays LLOYD Keeps constantly on all Vimls of FRAMING TIMBER in a voicc audible to the he I Ami so our happy rohed him that JleS8el L5nden the 0d Vo do credit to the which so Gaels tulip garden told pasange of ofthe lirin at the POACE t Manufacturers of DRAIN delighted the good distiller that he straightway took roc out with him for and having given me tUtcon iiJd pieces as i testimony ol his satia i me to dine with his friend You our In the meantime I worked eetlulous U at my I labored upon it all the and when tlio spring nrm said that be must take n tour ofthe rooms in my KO I was forced to We stopped before hrge occupied the next best position to mv Jt was my masters TH anil at thclo jrom Two Six Indl Iraln Tile agent for the Toledo rom AivayB on ind Blind Constantlv on A OOOR FHASIKS Made to Send for Bill of LAND FOR T offer for sale the followlns Heal FLORENCESEWIN6 MACHINE JOHTff GEXTJbr this Macbincjias on tand a would nttbal were the old the personal aitntc with the gables and carved proved yon Yet I do land the red sunset Uttering on the at icr os panes of the upper the canal was here rTn1 fierce wars in embracing and i Inl Allen be visit totlirst fell cauie I sent it with no small anxie the conversion of and while I r You Uael It tr ns to its probable portion upon the j was telling him of my studies in the Upon that1 walls of the It wns u view of the a man started J f nnrl Itlir j one of the streets of and nlle the Oncnt met crrormcd Uic ii u v r supremacy of thd chivalry against soinc Christ against Monatt trore then three religious personal womans Here in the history of some touches of f flowing through the centre ot the the white viih a barge just pasaing the green trees deep in the and the of the church Lawrence rising beyond in the clear When it was ipiitc finished rxil About to be sent ris even llans Van Roos nodded a cold from before 113 nnil glided but not before I had seen aad recognized the pnle countenance of Van There was something in the expres sion of his face that shocked something that stopped my breath and made me What was scarcely knew but the glare of liis dark eyVs and the passion of his lips haunted roc during the rest of of tie nnd came back again in my I 6aid nothing of it to Gertrude that the Will you cotne some give me your opinion upon them Tt I professed myself much appointed to meet him in the church on the following He was waiting for me at the when I wjth a heavy key in his We passed and be turned the kev in the I always secure myself against he Icople Will come into church if I leave the doorj and I do not choose to earry on my art like a sign in the presence of every blockhead who to stand and staie at J It was surprising in blc manner this roan would show his With trembling bandu nml mlaty cvon id ninlicd into the y months before 1 rccov e bruin fever brought on tile My I 1 irere fearful and bud existed in the of IIHH us two bad been thu those ravings were alone stiftlcient establish my A man in a delirious fever is pretty sure to speak the Ky the time I waa nble to leave my Gertrude had also grown pate and and unlike Icf former was insupporta ble to 1 found myself a horo of thing to beetarccl at wher ever I went all of which only served to shatter my still In change of scenannd air recommended for V9 both no wo thought we could not tatter than marry and take our wtUtng tour for tho benefit of our And I Maura it didua both a great deal The church The estate of the lute 1 of is ine in that ItaliarsTyTe which imitates worth from to
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