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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 8, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                mmm it t beir ood itiai and reported M i i I At aa Sibyl atood by bed side of the nek But God been very good to He has sent him another friend Mr Herberjt whom knew ia ojor In Cotti the tud the who taacaptawdby One and onehiif bup in the winter of nnjot lu tun ay wavered la there we con do lor fuls Indian one cupful fli ing of and j Miai be I qniokly io 1 a IA I Ji ilJ a of the a comfortable a and the gammnding already promwed my huabwd to provide for me arJd the Xtqld tender my tut waarilTlHld will be iiW pf wfll wither and i ham and UM Mag bird By South and the iurih ioe and t me jreiry aa WMry caii towing the work were obeerily laid turohig grow ill ftory crown U U fadod old WluCerll be will and uioro can e doua for Jkii Ordei the for1 the ito frill agidn well uU an happy happy can be The doctor nays nothing carnage eafly tomorrow und wo will call BO Mies Sibyl I1 Sibyl slpprcMted a sigh u he H tho w who hiui enough and tospare o tjiisrVdrldj trtfasnre do not givo to God 3 tlcBi itnt a shonld Siliyl riotnrned ffroin hdr drive next mon I i J anido hpr bonnet and monlle wjhcn slie entered the sitting BBoing Herbert Talionrd Heated there she flung into exclaiming dear I do not halfolosodhiH at her half do not what to and looked Tenipere was a of young lady jail and leader in to fgiM Sibyl her she never set Kerj a loader Hho simply did what not cariug what anybody about it but what Miss Sibyl pleated to do nltvoys seemed to be just BO society must hayi for it would rise and do lilie A viot in of the demon I sup said j 1 Isuppose And smothered a little have attended to all my aud shopping this apdliere it is leaving Dno all nothing feel f ho restof the week with Thertt ia no now novel too if you orj have htr word for it she did uot Mud boitig dictaUiil but woaljl not stilnnit to being dictated to low she detested him the gcntluinan Sibyl deaig nuteo ad him wan the only one of her i utia te friends or relatives who had h w iuterifst at heart that attempted to dic tate her ainoe the day ahe took it herstjf to come out young and tliiB flnit and only dictation rofiiBiid to we moat Ieave48ibyl tutboitonder onr reader to puen judgment upon I will notpnt np witli it any ijpoeoh leaned back BibHs checks were and her dark ijytw as she gave vent to the ubovej the coarse of tnie love runs Herbert bftK been doing something awful I said Eenmerc in a sooth iug I know you are only talk ing but it von of love between Herbert TnU fourd If you only knew how I tlotcHt Jiim I will not submit to iuterfejrnco aijj My dear I understand how you bettw than you do yonr iifml lien smiled But vliot happened now7 I was chiving alone in the when ho came up to looked1 anythiug but ladylike to WI Park y Haiti it see a yiiung layout alone driving a pair of fast jouioK nnd he stepped into the phaotVg took tho reius deliberately ont of and me my ho said what was per fectly I never drove out in such n stylo Hud you are setting a very bail ex Already I hear com plaints fit Julio Elsie Harrington and setforal others driving a fast and nil Ijecaimo they have seen you doing I never ask anyone to folloij my I do as I I hdve a perfect right HO loug as I know in my heart I do nothing and thisl day puts an end to it if Her bert Toljourci interferes with me again I shall cfliltainly offend you must remember he is an old 7 friend of the nnd at preseut ur If ho were not very mqch interested in your welfare ho would at all to for Im suro luctand speech have given him Well i will uot be dictated to by bvanu1hecan hereafter take an inter in soiie ane that will appreciate I There I SibylV there must have settled fqf said no but suocum as she had done all her to her i Sibyl nfcierojl half closing in I Aud you jhave inover anything to think about but Sibyl said with an air of re I Why of oonrso And Sibyl opened wide her eyos and flashed denanop at What else ihoulda loader of society have to think npout f I beg I forgoti what a fine contempt Talfourd entertained for leaders of And raid without at tempting to contradict Sibyls 41 what glorious opportunities for doing good have iho loaders bf society I Think of what an esamployou might sot young and elderly who followin your You call your self a while you sit hero with folded and the beggar cry your let opo of the servants give him something jto Do yoifwiah me to go down1 andj answer the knock And Sibyls laugh filled tho i Sibyl l And Herberjt Tulfourds handsome face looked griivor than ejyer she saw Itjis not theory of but of thon nands jthat rends tlie air around Tho the dying are reajohing ikeir hands to snch as you tot innd yon sit hero and say yon halve nothing to I said I was and Sibyl rose too tired even to ait and listen to you talking this If you will excuse Sibyl He was beside andi hnd hot hand clasped in I know how yen detest for 1 have cjfton heard you paying but I will aptok land you mast listen to me thitj for I will never lecture you i tjor tho sake of those who are influenced by you must rise tq a better foij remember that j lifo I Can lo purer in ilu Btrong in ittf Aod all lifo not be purer and stronger there thai you had promixd u do that very mioh for Mjuis Ben J jthat I am gljnd baa oorne I Sibjfla heart gave a great Shoi cover ooull homble hiiiself to tell Herbert that the had always among the poor ai d needy and helped he knew that ahe not heart an 1 soul to fash ion and and was Miss Ren my beat said the dying opening his you neveK again see mo Will you say a pray for for he will surely hear j an ange s r Ml M 7j i 9 in pitooeMion towardB tu canned by halt when T iolenoe makes with tears beside1 the bed and in her rayed kneTF While Sibyls voice filled the room the door opened and a man In an instant he took in the be forohim then going over to the bod he dropped on hia knees beside bent his face wept from the fulaiis When Sibyl nniiihed the and his 1 her bea simply turned and hud her hand on the mwitj God bliBe j And Kneeling tl with Sibyls hand upon his Hei bert knew that his lore was not in that he would never sh 3 detested Hunting Uio in i The which constitutes the solo moans by which the only oivjlizeji people of opr inew manage to clothci themselves as wedb andmaintain their may be ap propriutely mpntioned iO detail It ii an that will measure three and a half t6 four feet at most from the jtip of its short tail to its The general contour of the body is much Hint of jvith the skin lying so that when taken hold of ii lifting the body outj from the water it draws up like tlia iTes in lien it their OUT sight of tbe yil that the Coi and iorateh jthei Montenegro this the tile itera tn Shortly of tk ttye deceases panied by 111 his near relatives iwit i exception cf ithe to whosp the whole j arty now proceeds wi bries anii The theicinfata bythe door o its jit draws ithe stops ifbrwud iand throws a blac over her LjeLd to symbolize her wi 3ow hood the itlerm of which must oiFer dreary proaj ect to a woman who tb misfortune i lose her husband sh still prime bf for pabli hide ontho of a puppy Thjs skin is covered with the richest of all fine deep u ijefc with silver tip jed hahrs here atnc 1 there scattered B ao well known to oar ladiea of faeh ion The seaotter mother sleeps in the on her with her young one clasped between heij tiny Prequent attempts hoSro been made to rear the young as they are of tan captured alive 1 like some other spepcs of seem to be jloeply imbued witt the fear of man that they invariably perish by i posed The Saanack islotftl and reefs consiitnte great seaotter ground bf and hither come tire bun from Oonalaska cxpinion insets that she remain for years in alaost ttitlil The mourners and a 9 mai iy as can enter the room as semble TO md the lie stretched 01 la table osplank supportc by benches j draped in a longinan or it is i lothed in h deadmansucs Now begins or Vojoero Two personawill perhaps start off ing and in that case the xford cannot be djstinguiiihedi but more often only one gets up at a She willjopen her song wifh a quietly delivered eulogy of the virtues of the and a few pointed allnpiona to themost importan events of jiis lifo but before long sli warms to hfer work and jpours fortli vol leys of rytl mic with fir and animation that stir tip the women present into a frenzied delirium of griel in as the prwfloa pauses toltak dig their nails ink leaders of socii But b I do letsst and I wont put up with murmured us she made her way to her own with an angry flnsh upop her beantiful As she bpened her roomdoor she Raw petted And if Talfonrd has finished hi Ill hnvo tiho pleasure of bidding yon goxl quickly with drawing her haiid from his Siby swept the Herbert stood motionless whore Sibyl left his heart torn by conflicting SibylBenmorjo was the only woman h ever andj his love waa in He could not tlell her that he loved her while sjha felt las sho did toward neither did he Wish her to know that he was her slave while she led her preseni life for Herbert hated the socallet gay butterflies 0 ifore today he not believe ithat was given up body and soul to She was a but her maid sitting and instantly that theheart in her bosom beat warm the ange died out of her and a and look of L was in its three IH ywlkr little nophow any Mario hes not lint I could not keep bock my tears when I camo I nra crying but of pure Your kindness has saved his Sibyl how she detested Miss Can I ever do enough vr to repay j Tho ihtle follow is much better then And thoisoaiety bellonrned and with a qnitk movement touched her with her He witl be no time recovering the doctor and he owes his life tg Miss how can I ever repay you t Yon leap repay me in one Marie anything more about Have you been to the At woods J lyss Sibyl I took the wine and the as you told And hqw is Atwood Atwitiod was the hosband of Sibyls a man who had been very prospWons at one but who bad failed in and also in until his had to take in sewing for the support ojf him and their two chil i i EverylKXJy knows what support the nocdle of frail woman can give a They werb on the direct road to atatr vation Sibyl Bewaerei three weeks paasotl I and if Herbert Talfourd had turned to Sibyl thought he could not be cold He jriever interlined neVer ad vised her ncttrJ Perhaps it was this letting her setjarely alone that mode byl Now tibia nonjinterference might ac count foij Sibyl yo longer dttcsting Talfourd but wjhy it should keep him continually in thje young ladys mind we cannot Sibyl was not a moment alone witjh her and very often when she waftnolt alone with they woro on Herbert What can ha re come over I am not like own as sh wandered through the house like a rest ess spirit But one day while sitting thinking of Herbert Tal burst into and with womanalftne co wondered if he was never a fain going to take any interest in a ad in her tears she mur mured I do dome liijtlo he nothin He Sibyl would say in her good soaretiy that of but he spoke the 11 et a bad Bjfiall I ever meet another man aa good he Anei alter this of Sibyl was very confident t tat she no logger de tested Herbert dying amid the Beloovinkie to the I J I L where they camp on the main ani veiitnro ont in their bidarkies fifteen twenty miles in direction to never built here nnlesd the wind is from the and food refuse is neverj scattered on the The sufferings to which the native hunters subject themselves ovitry winter qc thin going ifor veeks without oven for with the thermom otoj down to zero in o northerly gale of are better imagined thau des cribed while the various shrewd apd Bhillful artifices by which they the otter in capturing it would make n long if fully j for thisj of all wild seems to be bo8B6sflod of the greatest aversion qir jdrpad of the or even the of The when llliu go from Oonalaska and Saonock on a ftuutirig i trip this usually ijoalje up a party of from to flftj They travel in their light skin bidarkiesj two inen in aniare gone Tjsnally throe to four months at w time before leturuing to tlleir families they haul their kbacka out from tho water every night as tljey bivouac along the and sleep in gales of wind which are with and the least and almostj invariiibly withbut a j Ah I rude iddeod is the counjtry of the but he jidias the bleak pre cipijouji islands with his name throw themselves on th cover thei heads with Whon the dirge they Ijoin bonds anil lance f ran tiically tho plank on which th body More Bulging takes place on the way to tlie and thence to the After the funeral the1 men do not shavei for and the women let theirhair go and occasionally cm tit tit the igravejcutting oftj th hair I by j the a univjorsa sign of femile mourning it was done by the women of ftncient Greece and i is done by th a women of A gooc deal of eating apd drinking brings th oerejaonials tj a Sirty persons is not nri number to be on tertained at ther and there overnnd oj general distribution 01 bread and moot pooijer Mutton in summe the are eateejnpc lugubrious fc asting and pork in winter proper to tho liajjp y coutxast to all lugubrious feasting is She simplecup o milk drunk by cUh Jkinsman ijf the shepherd who dies in the iu which case iis1body is laid like Robin in the open o yrten sod under hia his loins begirt with the pistol gun at his ins dog at his Cufions nro the super stitions of tbij CorSjican shepherds touch ing they call the living in the night and he who an swers will follow them they be that if yon listen ottenfciyely after may hear at timesthe low beating a which announces that a soul hi s are all Ithe world io him bei is happy be j supremely He wonts no where foe would Some ffeddlngs of the History and tradition havo handed down to us accounts of the magnificent ceremonials and the gor geous raimen which have signalized the weddings of bygopa though some of tha highborn clames of old have stoodat the ojltar simply When Louis Xin married Ann of her robe was whije satin and her hair was simply without crown bride i of Isabella of as the wore o dress of splendid a stomacher of ler tight uleevesJ a cloak bordered with irmine falling Ifrom he shoulders to the grouid but she had no orna and ler heujddress wos whito jof finding Japanese Breaches jof After a Japanese has proven false to his tho leserted maid rises atjabout two oclock in the morn and dons white robe and high sandals or Her coif is a metal In which are thrjust three lighted arouiu1 her neok she hangs a minior jrhicb falls upon her bosom ia her lefti hand she carries a small straw effigy of her faithless lover ih her right she grasps a hammer and with which sho nails it to one of tho bapred trees that surround the Then ahe projs for the death of vowing tbnt if her petition be heard she will herself pull out tlie offend the god fcy wounding ihe mystic Night after night she somes tj the and each night she itrikea iin two more believing that every niail will shorteaj her lovers ror the to save hiej will surely itrike It a cnrious illnsj cf the hold superstition yet has m the jTapflnese litjtlo sutyearolcjl came to her granldfaiher the other with a trouble weighing on her j Aunt says the moon is made of green and T Maximilian tardy in his herself and dominions to sheappeared at the im inialof Iher marriage in a of with designs in lery upon and nearly dont Ixjlieye tl j Why not I ton t you believe cokng in the that I the moon i is not the Archduke gave Charijw posing ceremi robe of clotl raisediembroi with priceless sablej James I ruined himsel f in order to celebrate the marriage of his the Elizabeth and great and determined was the opposition by his jeots to the jmarriagfe tux he raised toi defray the itj The cere mbny took place at Whitehall with so much pomp that it hnj formed the prece djent for all other riyal weddings in IJnghind whijoh Tha train of the brides which was of silver cjist Her hair floated an her intermingled with pearls and and a crown of gold was on j A Dishonest the treasurer of An glaize fJliio wloiwas found tied a chair anil and that robbers hid held liim ocvejr the fire and scorched liim until he consented to tl ib Buaaians are rent tia show p aa the government hoj n le his influence foe p E ut ft week after his arrival in Novgi tin captive monntduieer den with the commander of a a and offered b hia1 n ti toneaud subsist on bread and cab aolp like the private soldiers of j his arid also to Tkln a 1 es he bad concealed on hia ottdition that they would permit I s e jp in open One wee if h nauBfiaj and hejuhwhe as flu ment in closed room had ca would force to commit suii hej if his request was y bold cbarge the the hit After taking due c kfttions against all possibility of tlwiy petmitted him to sleep on the form in front of the guardhouse Co iqnel the commander of informed his government in the louring spring i that the health and e 1 1 behavior of his prisoner wen o si but he had slept ih open e rery one of tho lost hundred nig nifch no other covjering but his tt ornont and a woolen cap had purchased from a soldier of guard to keep his j turban get sailed by mud and j General Sam the liberated of who had eiiled himself fromihis mtivo Slate in early pweed long not as a bnt ai a voluntary companion of the Ch kBfl was afterward um ble to prolong his preseiace in a crowded sail b illventilated room beyoud t and describdl his se on on entering such a locality as ijine oC j increasing to positive n such as a moose may bo eel under an air A Phenomenal VelL Sitnnted about four miles souths jest Venango is well for volume of product elirpasscBj unylhing yet discoverec j in tliat The well was sunk i by Eorin arid And was complittcd upward of a month No oil but an immeose gas vein was ien at the place where the oil jvaa Before abandoning the pel tlhe owners resolved to draw out tho This wus attempted in the maml but jit must bo stated that the ijas iilg remaiis iu gtata except thijt it sliuak ftboflt n foot above its former irig As it was elevated to its presont the fresh water fipm the upper portionof the hole rushed i iito tie well at the bottom pf the easily in As it lid tho fas xok hold of it nnd landed it on the sir face of the earth after sending it forty feet above the top of it continues to gijsh and blow to this daytiand may for i all is estimated that at least 000 barrels of water are thrown iut It jis truly si remarkable p e Tlic Among tine anomaliiea of Australia i i a iijiglilar growth of tho forest that ititS as much from a tree as a kangajtbo i ind tho lordinary of nl hbugh it is called a The ei growsin rocky places unfavorable ofc vegetable AI barreuness is a spot where the ph Lcnrishcs though there which arc i jp ijopriate A of and onehalf cupfnla one one one teaapoonfl J salt ji LKMON oai one cup of brown tableapbouMa of flour and flv Squeece out the juioe from the add to it sugar and the flour in a little of the save the whites o UWeepoonfiOa of wh to rogw toe spread on 1 ue pies aft IT they ajre set in he oven am i brown This will n ake twopi FJUOABSKK OF ebiekeninto eight p two wings and logs and iiito two put them into p with season wi a little dividing tlie back pieces eaol stewpan anld cover h a toaspot bunch of four cloves and a of i left boillfor twenty pass tin stock through asieve into a take out the pieces of trim wellj ihonj in ano hoi stewpon put two ounces of1 bet with which mix a good spooafnl if flour stk occasionally until add twenty button mer until the onions are jrh2a a gill of jarith which yijmhave the yelks two eggs two bwlj or ilie wiiah nfnl ot juicklyj over the fire but do not list boil your Istir When terorac wid virited Baltimore the le ofi at feilgw 1 begin a and Tetter life jhe took nlong horiie to help little ahowW owne popular and wjiirsdl to the national A iif waa jn sohoolmate and she told tjho people quickly mjjo the new dance the foslaon and bow theirpapenti disapproved it With renfwed at the she told me of fthe had stolen night after her father jwos asleep1 and disneed untfl inornink1 at thie Jepomto Bonaptotp arid how Bubseguenfflyj a giveu by herself witbia waltz with the lioi of ithci waa the daughter of Judge Samuel of and survived all the otbtr bhildren of tbo signers of Che Declara tion of When ihershe was the of of Oom jmodore Barney A SefeJ IiifePrwerring Sot A novel life precerving suit invented by in Nl J it is eoustruoted of once in about four yearm a That atar yon up ia than thk Thjen it the J J tooiety baa formed in Indian wiUianbordiMte leading1 citiiea and towni jikle oiit the dress upon Us sauce ami a man is like skippwr in IlSH any of the fimiitho sdioouor to the ileihed cut ini and IsoAttouJiroughest gale ever wind did The jiritih salt and popper lot tbomstnlud in ft iiapparatns will carry 150 pounds of pro vwjy cool1 place for tiwo or i visions hesiileB ordinary A thjn ppt them in a baking jwith a litljle or and buttjcr uud poiir mbbetl to a with jmiueed iking fibers gradually rise out of tl parsley and hardbailed eggs sliced liiio it sides of the dish half way and coyer ivith a nice Bakb in an qjnick at first but gradualljj grow ngj I i F I themoleaned boil until tender in water to wh ch ywn have added a little salt when cut them in pieces and dip into batUr fry a light whOe warm pofur over them vinegar to nearly cover some Eahid n sliced onion and pep per i I Fnrtn t j FOOD FOB fi daily ration of green lood is actually nqceusary or laying hens i eathir cooked dr are much and serve in some to supply this place bf green Onions chopped Eno and mixed witri their food jare ex ceedingly and if not a cure certainly preventive of in many Growing chickensare even more anxious for green food than jaying They crnvo amil when necessary to bo housed from it on ac oountof inclement Weather it shqnU be provided lor There isno green ood so ifof them aa onion j cut up j j I BDIIN THE HundnjdH of insect pests find winter quarjters in be rubbish of tlie i field aud Tlie primings of ciirrant bnshes berries jand dead Hquasli cucumber loose pieces of weeils and such nib jhide multitudes of or perfect Such j loose tjaff had betterbe burned to liem toj the manure heap is or oropogaie the combination at boots and tronser reaohte up tothe At that point the rub ber cloth is oijfaidedby n ivories of Frpiu tbe up to the mid of tlie beal the suit hue the appear ance of a bow of tho poratns is nearly as possible after the bow of i From iho wdos bong long rubber nlocvcs ending tritih KO that On hands can be UMH There is a porthole closed with glass ou cither side of tlie through the wearer look out for Another simiUr is placed ovor tho Directly over the sjxjt where the head will be when the man if ou Im is rubber pipe eight inchs u Lu Jiumtftor nnd a by which nir is In xf this is a flagstaff some ttn f in This staff is in four and cam be taken apart and Bttrct3 away It is si thai when jlha weathcris too stormy to nllow the pipe toJemain the man con breathe Through of tb people of byobtaining foti them where land eheabw and labor in greater i4 My dear said a motherto aa he handed round hiaplate for more this is the fourth yxjsyobeen I butthatjtnrkeypeokedj at me and I want o irilih He got hia I Xing of is reperted to have hia summer residence a little boat covered with built in the of a nautilus and large enough for two It ia lined with scarlet and the row looks are Another whim of hia is have ia hit garden a so arragned with ingenionn is to when a reflection of stare and moons on the A tramp stopped farm house near uud bogged someUiing to While at the house he saw that the farmer was suffering with and recommended a tea of jiinBon weod as a euro In ton minuUw drinking the liquid tho man dioj iu tliei groatcat Whetlior the trAmp knew the poisonous nature of the drink or not is not stated but it is certainly time for intelligent people to ro nwallow cverytliiug prescribed fur by Tho man gets into the suit by throwing back tlie end of and of snch uiu ightly From day tb day there s of bulk and height very elevated tuft of long grs grncpjfully falling oflj from a centml Those pendant jthreods are leavi soon from the tnp of the pile lend jr stulk shoots up perpendiculoi four to ten terminating in That is sought by natives icinig harcl andjsomewhat pith is an article of n tho rudo and savagp condition of t o Australians the grass tr e umishes aiweapon uefe ntafl for meeting the circumstances Oibaroua state of Without lit o Jiier equally eflBdiont instrument a ice agininst enemios or fpr conten 5 fdrocions is at tlic A Vast Sacramento exchange snyi Ltx4i Miller are probably tho lorgeit lar d bwners hi the In Fresijto thlir mnd eixtends over iforty miles in il Stdtelidf th y tel i withiii a thousand head le heir cattle estimated at 80j and hogs tihe horses thijy bashjeas would be sufficient nn n open the from which took about confessed that Bicanso Ive and found made i for the moon was the eute usi to of ia one and sonke They own alia diiject line largo iractsj in Santa San Matei Sa i San Benito and other con JTakeu they probab much land as xle of sheep im their if tliero is in tl e It is doubtful sdme two or three regimen But theyj use thoir larjl eit ler for anltivation Ojr and i th Siui Jouquin Valley have irrigate At theit dairynear the y m iinufs cturi from IftO to 500 pounctjs of according to the fenced in thousands of acnjjs ly Ux there winch no neat person havei jSicu oil is nc t only a Ivftlualjile restoratiyo for sick but is exceedingly uietul in cases of in Hiiinmatipu of tho pfloulinr toj the organs respiration and diges it shields lubricates Uinquilijzes the irritable state cf the aud favors a ijouple of handafulpf a buck and aud pour a gallon and a 1 of boiifing wator npou it cover it up a sltprt then add a couple of coJd when it will be fit for Ia case of an irritating cough add some is to ruise plenty of and save I toj feed your horses half a f hit of j lassoed or one pint of sunflower sped in a three orfourjtimes a fall and does veryimuch in good IVordK of Quarrels would never last long if the j wrong WIIH all on one much in a sign of for he that is lavish in words a niggard Every vmaiss vauiy ought to be bis greatest and evory mann folly ought to be inH greatest As land is imjfrovedby Bowing it with various seodB wi is the mind by cxer it with different Moleratiotf is the inseparaljlo com panion of Wit in the rawst be mot with people of education thf most corarnoii muoiig tho If you would find a great ninny faults be on the look but yon want to i find them iu unlimited ijuinUtra bu on j thelook I A few well studiid iind thor oughly digebted nourish the ing moro tliAii hnudreduporgitd in month as ordinary BbiJents Disorder ina drawing room IB rnlgar in an antiquarys The bhujfc butUe Mtain en a soldiers fnco is not but tho face of a housemaid to poetry what old age js to and the stem of phil The average American tho reporter worthy of the usually a imm of from ticenly yoars if He noa in ptrXnWil at least in of Uie thoroughly matUirs of cur rent on familiar public und 11 thorough enthusiast in his He has no Chesterfiehban codti polttcncas he not reijuiro a formal introduction to a man whuia he wants to Kee t talk him with tiio familiarity of au ofliRpjiolilirKuuii polil 1y thenCiji and with all of he ROU emllT an reporter of is ncithirtint ii pi1 1iiuious advcntiror nor hi urixnipu lous liar that Homo jiliive lim to It of tnio that thtjro are occasionally blnok hhecj to be found in thfc but reporters as a clots may fairly ftot downby wiio han hiul a thorough the fraft a body of honorable and The reporter rnrily htioks to notr txiok und pojicil to thi although many of them are so much in love with tht profession Snoe drift and a snug which rewards tlnm ycani of arduous tjilrt others the and still ambitious toilers rriuh the eilitorial The reporter the proclivitiis toTard tho usually Cuds by owning wtiklv n lip ions and tlic witli to thf jiriiictorsliip a 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