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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1865, Connersville, Indiana% re i .1 by. and Uman now and fore per new and it parable a Rev heist amp i vol. La no. 30.connersv�olle, Indiana. May 18. 1865. Whole no. 758. A a Tomelin or . Or. al fus Okal i1ipbx88iohs. Lira of. B. Or enter he a Tiu who fiiot�4 the Pio lure of Quot the signing of the Ainoi Patio proclamation Coo tributes 10 the he Quot Pera Oal impress Aioo a of or. Lincoln Quot embodying some Intima Tibig Marioi scenes which we copy a ebb me. Us cold b Sadl tbsp. It alias been the business of my life As 3f�tt,.ksoii of study the human face and i nor As i have said repeatedly to my friends or. Lincoln had the Saddest face t Eivir painted. During some of the dark ays of last Spring and Emmer i saw Hiya a i times when his care worn troubled apr Mara Noel. Was Lenough to bring tears of sympathy to the Eye of his most violent enemies. Recall particularly one Day when having occasion to pass through the. Main Hill m the Domestic apartments i found him it Ftp alone pacing up and Down a a Arrow passage Hie Handa behind him Bia Bead Bent Forward upon his breast heavy Black rings under his eyes showing sleepless nights a altogether such a picture of of Why cares and respond. A in ilium Sas i never had seen. And yet 1m always had a kind word and almost always a genial smile and it was his Way frequently to relieve himself at such times by some harmless pleasantry. I recollect an Titan cos told me bar one of the most Rad did cd i members of the last Congress. It of a during the darkest Days of 1862. He called upon the president Early one morning. Jim to after news of a disaster. It was a time of great anxiety if not despondency. It. Lincoln commenced telling some Tri flit incident which the congressman was in no mood to hear. He Rose to his feet a us a adv Quot or president i did not come Bare this morning to Herr stories it is too serious a instantly the smile Dis appeared from or. Lincoln s face who Fez mini red "a., sit Down i respect you As an Eara eat sincere Man. Tou can not be mob Arziona than i a constantly and i Ai to you now that were it not for this ofic Asiona vent i should bib srm path. A Terga number of those whom he saw every Day came with appeals to Bis feelings in reference to relatives and friends in Cou Fine ont and under sentence of death. It was a constant Marvel to me that with All his other cares and duties he could give so much tiie and be so patient with the mul lit tide. I have known him sit for hours patiently listening to details of Domestic troubles from poor people much of which of course irrelevant carefully sifting the pm u and manifesting As much an Zieter to do a amt right As in matters of the greatest Iii Ireat. Poorly Clad people were Mitre Likely 4o get a Good hearing than those who dome is Silks and velvets. No one was Ever turned away from his door because of Pov a try. If he erred it was sure to be on the aide of mercy. It was one of his most Nail Fui tasks to confirm a sentence of death. I rec Llu cd the Case of a somewhat noted re tel prisoner who had been condemned to death i believe As a spy. A Strong apply Eavion had been made to have his sentence Oon minted. While this was pending he attempted to escape from confinement and waa shot by a Sentinel on guard. Although a richly deserved death or. Lincoln told judge Holt in my presence Quot it was great Relief to him that the Man took his Fate into Iris own if the slightest occasion existed for showing clemency he was sure to improve it. Judge Bates in the iame conversation no erred to above s44 told the president that he was hardly fit to be entrusted with the pardoning said the judge Quot he can scarcely Toni a Way from the application if it Tov Obea Hia feelings of a Man and the Teal s of a women Are sure to ova Mcomie he Quot ave Adom. A. Aptt Blaing Ion to nce of his kindness of Beail occurred quite recently add was toll Ine incidentally by one of the servants. A poor woman from Philadelphia Pennsylva Oia had been waiting with a baby in her arms for three Days to see the president. Her husband i furnished a substitute for the army bit Someji Ime after sad was one Day made intoxicated by me companions a Odin this Sute indulged to up list. So do or ii Resio faed the Iris a be he a bin Long that As he hit provid a substitute the government was not ent i Phi put irim was of course arrested tried convicted ��4 al Saunte to a shot. The sentence was to its a a Eluted on saturday. On a moa4iri Liuji Rifel Liber to Iii Wilb her Balm to Endeavor Aee the president. Sail old Daniel <8hs bad been waiting hens Tursa Days id in a is in no Chance Forler logs is. La me in Tbs Ltd afternoon of the 7third Daj la Eldont waa a Bing ill tithe Bank passage of Hia private re obis Lake some , a Jiula let by been its the person Psi a satire by oui of the Occi its o lbs Alsidi Ilo Bis Wey to Mph he Baek to his Folk a had tas Gilm Iel said be is Tawiia won Sifa lbs a blk Ioor i Laid if Lis would allow is to Day we it iras a Eaas is Oagot is ass few ii matter of life and death. Amp id lie amp and her to me at once i he went in told her Story and the president pardoned her bos band. A the woman came out from us presence her eyes were lifted and her is moved in prayer the tears streaming Down Ber said Daniel Quot i went do to her. And pulling her shawl said lad am it was the baby that did it Quot a toc Miia Moi Offit. Another touching incident courted i believe the Saone week. A woman in a faded shawl and Hood somewhat advanced in life at Leith was admitted in her turn to the president. Ilor husband bad been killed and Abe had Dwe to a a the Tresi Dent to release her oldest son. Being satisfied of the truthfulness of her Story be said Quot certainly if her prop was taken away she was justly entitled to one of her he immediately wrote an order for the dish Dirge of the Young Man. To poor women thanked him veiny gratefully and went away. On reaching the army she found that this son had Yin a Lucent engagement was wounded and taken to a Hospital. She found the Hospital but the boy was dead or died while she was there. The surgeon in charge Mader a memorandum of the facts upon the Back of the president s order and almost broken hearted the poor woman found her Way again into his presence. He was much affected 1>y her appearance and Story and said Quot i know what you wish me to do now and i shall do it without your asking i shall release you your second upon this be took up his pen and commenced writing the order. While he was writing the poor to mfg stood by Bis Side the teis running Down her face and passed Ber band smoothly Over Bis head i stroking his rough hair As i have seen a fond Mother do a son. By the Tiyae he had finished writing his own heart and eyes were full. He handed her the paper. Quot now Quot said be Quot you have one and i one of the other two left that is no More than she took the paper and reverently placing her hand again upon his head the tests still upon her Cheeks said Quot do lord bless you or. President. May you live a thousand years and May you always be the head of this great nation Quot at a late hour by tia abort route. Or. Stanton stopped him. And said Quot you ought Bot loss. That a i i you at i car i Don t believe there s any danger there Day or or. Stanton Reapon Dei solemnly Quot Well or. President you shall not be killed returning that dark Way from my department while i am in it you me take you round by the Venus in my and or. Lincoln joking the Sec Reury on his imperious military order and Bis needless alarm on Bis account As he called it. Entered his marriage and waa driven by the Well lighted Avenue to the White House. Or. Coulaz on or. In Neon. In a memorial address delivered in Chicago on the character of Abraham Lincoln or. Colfs a of Indiana related of the late president the following one in orning Over two years ago calling upon him on business i found him looking More Pale than usual and careworn and inquired the reason. He replied with the bad Newa he bad received at a late hour the pretious night which had not yet been communicated to the press adding that he bad not closed his eyes or breakfasted and with an expression i shall never forget he exclaimed Quot How willingly would i Exchange places to Day with the Soldier who sleeps on the Rouneil in the army of the no one could Ever convince the president that he was in danger of a violent death. Judging others by himself he could not realize that any one could seek Hia blood. Or he May have believed As Napoleon wrote to Jerome that no Public Man could effectually shield himself from the danger of assassination. Easier of so Cess to the Public at Large than had been any of his predecessors admitting his bitterest enemies to his reception rooms alone restive under the Calvary escort which Secretary Stanton insisted should accompany him last summer in his daily journeys Between the White House and his summer residence at the soldiers Home several Miles from Washington at a time too As since ascertained in the details of this Long organized plot discovered a Ince his death when it was intended to gag and handcuff him and to carry him to the re Bel Capitol As a hostage for their recognition sometimes escaping from their Encoh by anticipating Tbs in usual hour of attendance walking about the grounds unattended be. Could not be he ran any risk whatever. Being at ii Point after the Ava Cuatico of by Cemond he Detert tinned to go to Iii or not from id a curiosity but to see if lie could not do something to atop the effusion of blend. And hasten the peace for. Which he longed. The Ever watchful Sec Reury of War ing of it implored him by Telegraph of to go and warned him that some lurking Assassin might take Hia like but armed with Bisic Laa Boas liable a Bield they proved against the blow after Waldo is wit. Waited Fraul a and oar Elesely through the streets met and conferred with a rebel Leader who bad in a signed there and when he returned to City Point Telegraph Iii to his Friend and adviser who till then had feared As we All did at that Timi forbid life Quot i re Eivid your i Efola a night a so i to Richmond this morning and have just Abni Baia Ltd . When i told him on that a Apt night Bow Stuessy Sll had been it Bis pm he replied plea Mully mid with Sale quota i i exact Ais Quot a Lori if May to but a a we not myth Illi if say of Veroa Bava Ever in at Washington Vou will remember the foot Pste Lias and so powered with Tes Lea the sir i part set to the Wei qom. Ona night and but vib Fly Tod who to 1iia Sonz in for mrs of the filmy a by Willi tbsp Maryf Rritt of in Asp Silwio he was a tsp a of a she Lamar altar w link a lib Esla. Balph Waldo Emmerson said in an address at Concord is offered no shining qualities at the first encounter he did not offend by us priority. He had a a sos acid manner which disarmed suspicion which i inspired Confidence which cop amp med Good will. He was a Man without Vicea. He had a Strong lease of duty which it was easy for him to obey. Then he had what Farmers Call a Long head Warez Cellest in working out the sum for himself in arguing his Case and convincing you fairly and firmly. Then his Broad Good humor running easily into jocular talk in which he delighted and in which he excelled was a Rich gift to this Wise Man. It enabled him to keep his secret to meet every kind of Muti and eve a rank in society to take or the e Geo the severest decision to mask his own purpose and sound his companion and to catch with True instinct the temper of every co Sipany head dress Etc and Mont it Ait hit is to a Man of severe labor in an anxious and exhausting crisis the natural restorative Good a sleep and is the Protection of the Over driven brain against Rancour and insanity. He is the author of a multitude of Good sayings so disguised As pleasantries that it is certain they had no reputation at first but As jests and Only later by the very some stance and adoption they find in the Mouths of millions turn out to be the Wisdom of the hour. I am sure if this Man had ruled in a period of less facility of in sitting he would have become mythological in a very few years like sop or Pillay or one of the Veo Wise masters by his fables and proverbs. But the weight and penetration of Many passages in his letters messages and speeches hidden now by the very closeness of their application to the movement Are destined hereafter to a wide what pregnant definitions what unerring common sense what foresight and on great occasions what lofty and More than National what Huo Aane tone his Brief speech at Vettys Buff will not easily be surpassed by words on any. Recorded by Casion. This and one other american epee a. That of John Brown to the court that tried him and part of Kossuth s speech at Birmingham can Only be compared with each other and with no fourth. An eloquent tribute. Henry Ward Bee her concluded his memorable Sermon on the assassination of president Lincoln with the following magnificent peroration Quot and now the Martyr is moving in Tri ump al March mightier than when alive. The nation rides up at every stage of his co to ing. I Tim a by Stales. Pm his pall bearers and the. Cannon Speaks the Houis with solemn progression. Dead Deau dead he yet speak eth. Is Washington dead is Hampden dead la David dead is any Man that waa Ever fit to live dead Dis enthralled of flesh risen to the unobstructed sphere where passion never comes he begins his illimitable work. His life is now grafted upon the infinite an i Grill be Fri mail As no earthly fruit can be. Pass on thou that Eastover Conyl your sorrows of people Are his peans your Bells and Auff sol a rims sound Cri Mph in his ears. Wail sad a sep Here Ood make it Echo Joy and Triumph there. Pas on four year ago of Illinois we took from thy Naids. An untried Niad. And from among the a Oplt we return him to you a mighty conqueror. Not thine Ianer move but the nations not ours but the world s. Give him Quot place Ohye Prairies ilk the Mist if this neat his dust shall rest s Scott to treasure to myriads to shall Pilgrim to that shrine to kindle anew their Zeal and patriotic Imp. Be winds that move Over the mighty places of the Wesl chant his re quiz my be people be hold the Mart whose blood Asao in any Ahi Colato words plus for Fidelity for Law. Tor Liberty a a i with it Quot it is remarked Ira a a i Rio a fact to pfin., 6rant has i by Fri paid to a in in and. gear Pius who would hafe Dettie then he theg fit if a ati ii of a trip toil e to Nisi Lisp tote of web bid of Elc so noon toil a and kill Sod bloodshed. Sea Etal or knt s ability is oozy Etta of l by Bis modesty and Alf Oon Trou he is the inst living Typ of a Poffi Otgen Ial. T to Buswa of the Lii of Okari Esi amp caused a a rest Sens Pitlon in res Treater evil a Ilia the. Fall of pot a Iid its ican bobs sii its 5 per tip Stef go sadly Psi is sly pm la it the Toad Siciu tavern. It stood by the Roadside old Sud dilapidated its window Sills decayed the shutters unhinged sad the sign hanging from a single out buildings partook of the same appearance and destruction Wae written of All around it. I disliked lbs idea of spending a sight there but the storm was incr Asiaf the Raib driving like array before the wind. The Sarsat hotel ask at of a twelve a Ilea i Peotr and a Aigul was approaching i de Teri dined to make the Best of it. Reined up before ibis in or. No a newer waa made to by Rij Ted Calls and i finally entered and Askin 1iociniiloda-Tioas of told be obtained for a it few of and horse. The landlord a portly Man answered in the affirmative. Finding he did not move from Bis seat behind the bar i Ltd my horse to the stable and feeding him from the scanty store of proven Der on hand returned to the bar room. To Niy request for supper he replied that it was past the hour and that i Viust wait until breakfast. Rather an unpleasant contingency for a Man who bad mated since morning. Perfectly resigned however. And thankful that i at least bad a shelter from the storm i seated Maseu apart from others who were present and for Lack of other a Muir men observed the state of things around me. The room was some sixteen feel Square in one Corner was a bar partly enclosed by a railing with a railed Frame sufficient to cover the remaining portion of it raised to the beams of the upper floor and fastened there with a Hook and Staple. On a shelf within the bar was four or five Bot to Lei a a to Etc Day bad done duty receptacle of Quot Heidsick Quot a few Lem Mons and a pile of Quot Fine Cut Quot in Blue papers. The Walle were Dingy on them we in nuked it uoti gift of >a1e, a Lrons show ills advertisements of Rostrum with horse stolen Quot Esch them seemingly struggling to attract attention. There were quite a number present most of their Young Man All of whom indulged in frequent libations. As the evening wore on they grew hilarious until reason being lost it broke into a Drun Len Orgie and they became abusive and quarrelsome. The landlord ii if As i supposed her came frequently to the door and requested Thein to be silent always receiving a Drunken shout of derision in reply and a torrent of abuse from her husband who finally threatened her with blow if she interrupted them again. Notwithstanding this she returned in the midst of the uproar and be seethed them to make As Little noise As possible for Ella was very sick. Her husband Staggard from his Sest behind the bar and Sei Izz no her pushed her from the room. She stumbled Over the Sill and fell upon the floor. I ran Forward to Aid her in rising and while doing so was surrounded by a Drunken crowd who led by her husband threatened me with assault the introduction of a Quot shooter Quot from my breast pocket immediately relieved me of their intention and by request of the woman i followed her to the chamber of her sick child. There was no More furniture in the chamber than was absolutely necessary a few chairs a Semi circular table which the traveler in Remote districts will recognise As an old acquaintance stood against the Wall near the bed on this was a vial of Medicine a Saucer of food and a broken Goblet. The child Lay with its Blue eyes fixed on me As i stood by its bedside. Her Cheeks were burning with fever and her lips parched with thirst. She was about nine Quot years of see a pretty child and one apparently of unusual intelligence. I took her Little band in mine and could not repress a tear As a he looked al my so sorrowfully. Quot it is a kind gentlemen Ella Quot said he Mother Quot who will Sta with us till morning will you not sir Quot she continued turning to me i readily promised to do so and having Sony a experience in a sick room Volun Teofel my assistance which was thankfully accepted. Is very sick sir Quot said she inquiringly a i saw it but had not the of urge to say so. I would not rack the Mother s heart by telling her that her Darling child would die before the morning Sun reeled his that cheerless by me. Quot the doctor ass not been Here for four Daye and she is growing worse a very Day i can Aee it i know it of say Ella of Ella must you die Quot and in an agony of grief she buried Ber face in the Coverlet and wept As though Ber heart would break. A by was a to inn of not More thin reality of surrounding and a still stranger scene that Wirich was passing around. The rain pour Iii Down in torrents the wind howling around the old tavern Braa to nog Ite Denio Litimo the Aigul. Black with darkness the noise of the Drunken revel on the floor below that a loony apartment that brutal husband that patient wife and Tiki dying child�?1 fever can forget it. He seated himself by the bedside near his wife and with Bis Chin re Sung on is Bandli looked in. Theft be of his Ella the child of their Early love the remembrance of Days when. Do demo sat by their by arts and love ref bed in his heart. It Psi easy to see that Auch though Bra were passing through his mind As tears forced Thon jeeves from Bis eyes and Bis Brest Rose and Feli with emotion. For no air a in boar no i 4 word War spoken. The Bra in of a Corn resisted and a Short Coli use of time found him the occupant of the Roadside Tavera whither with the Faith and love of a do voted wife she had followed him. Shortly after the death of their Bild they returned to Baltimore where through Ber entreaties friends had interceded to his Hebauf and he was now one of Lii tie Chan princes of the mount Nentz a ii. They often spoke of that Well Reid Ember a night and spoke of it with Teara we Kwh fell the faster that Ella was not with them to share the a asperity which followed the work of Reform. I spent Serra Days with them and when i left them it was with the enacted Promise that t would them again. I have Many Friende but among ithe Best and Moat faithful >01 All is to of Baltimore once mine boat of the Roadside tavern. Was a woman of not More Twenty eight years of age and of preps sensing a App rancor Bee Drees St Mph Meilih m i i in too was Correo a of Swea in soft plea is a if ii St to Quot will you Call a Quot fibs Mother seemed Sbol 10 re Fute lbs knew hip to a lion Bia of did did not arose for the Pitem 6c remain. Loab Erbst tbsp Iosby and Quot be waa to Taft in Busst Jig Dit. And i Llma Lri Psi iia Erer Atour Bia Sal brim Ikse id my to is a a Rvin Rumm a me minded silence for Tbs ugh were soft As the falling Snow Flake we knew he was passing there and would Bear away an Angel child in his arms. Ella won t you speak to your is Quot said he pressing his lips to her forehead. Will you make Era a Promise a Quot said Abe in reply and Twining her arme around his neck. Quot Flea is going to die. And you will never see her again. Will you Promise a Quot Quot what is it you want me to say dear Quot he answered with an Effort. Quot i want you to Stop drinking you will won t you a Quot and she gazed on him with her Rich Blue eyes As if to read his answer in his face. His wife too looked at him with Earnest fess. The death of Eua might be the birth of a a new life a life stretching far into future years and purified by the sanctifying presence of that sufferer s death bed. It was some minutes before he spoke at length be answered firmly Quot i will my child Quot and adding As though the mind had flashed in a moment Over the misery his love of intoxicating drinks had produced exclaimed a Quot god pity me god pity me Quot there was a prayer of thankfulness mingled with pain marked on her features As she listened to his Promise and his fervent prayer. I am so glad Quot said Ella. Quot i Don t mind dying now for you la be Good to Mother like you was before we came Here and she won t cry Sny More. To won t forget it will you a Quot Quot As god is my judge i will not but you won t die Ella we can be so Happy. A you must not die Quot and be Bent Over her form and wept. Her breathing was slow and More difficult. It was evident that she could last but a few moments. Quot a iss me is and you too Mother Quot their trembling lips touched the Cheeks of the dying Ella. A you too Quot continued she directing her look toward me. I Bent Forward and kissed her and As i thought of the Little ones whose smiles were gone from my Home whole footsteps were yet fresh from its threshold and whose memory lingers like rays of Light on my heart i could not keep Back the tears and stifle the choking sob. Her form trembled a moment there was a Long drawn sigh and Eua slept with the dead. Good and Beautiful Ella. A Star Boss radiance had scarcely reached us Ere if the horizon never to Rise Strain until the Graves yield no their dead. In the morning the storm Hsi passed. The Sun Quot Abone so brightly covering Forest and Vale with its Sheen of Gold. I remained with them until the following Day and was one of the few who followed Ella to her grave. To was a Lovely spot in a Grove of Mountain Ash. A Stream winding through it mingles its soft Musio with the song of Birds and al oilers Lay like Genra amid its leaves of grass. We parted at the grave a Das is. Gave me his hand promised Ine that his pledge to is dead child should be Fisit fully kept. It was nearly eight years after that business of a commercial nature too me to Baltimore and Aarl entered the counting room of one of the wealthiest and Moat enterprising firms of that of i was struck by the familiar voice of one of its members with whom my business must be transacted. But where i had heard it 6t when was a problem of no easy solution. He. Greeted me very War otly and begged that i would Dine with him Ltd eying the business could As Well be arranged on the following a and that during the intervening time he should insist in a monopoly of myself insisting that we should set out or his residence at Onoe. We entered this cars Aid a ride of i hour set us Down at a pleasant Villa in the outskirts of which he lived. He Chat a i entertainingly of Bis and so engrossed the time with Hii Plessing conversation hat i was yet ignorant of Hia identity a Teao hed at bands pie a la and it in entering Turic a fur ism Perl of b.eiati9eed me to Bis Wifod when the my a it a ,wa8 unravelled. Tube wife of int wealthy merchant waa no of stir iban the mistress of that Roadside tavern a Tiitu lib to Berk of Tittle filial Tbs a bold sons of that night Wii by for me. Ibo raging storm the de snob and the dying it Bild and the pro Mim a bib it bad been so Lilb a a bin self and wife were connected Ihab Vrba Fini fsr i flip a of by a timbre and bad married with Etc Wallent pros Este is for them a Lovs of Pps based a a help him while 1wi a Dias l i separate to. This however she steadily a ii in a Waua Eft to the orgy Bra of by Tiina of major general Wii ims Bas is us a a Dir Cular in which he says"1%sl.hpond to of certain clergymen in Baltimore 1�, in some instances been so positively a Fen futo Loyal people and in others of so i doubtful propriety to say nothing a Bon taste As to have become a cause of bad feeling with Many Well disposed citizens the circular is addressed to clergy Teui and in it the general says As you must be aware the re int tray Edy so awful in circumstances and nationally so. Calamitous has As it we i might inflamed the sensibilities of in and women who esteem their loyalty on a Little less sacred than their religion. In this state of affairs you will undoubted perceive the Wisdom of avoiding on your own part everything in the least calculated to offend the sensibilities mentioned you will also perceive the propriety of Rosr Quiring members of your congregation male and female who May be so info Stu note As to have been sympathizers with the rebellion not to bring their Post Sci into the Church. So profound is my reverence for your truly sacred profession that in the sinc twid Hope of avoiding any necessity for inter foring with the exercise of your office t Boose this method of respect tally warning you of the existing state of Public fell ing and calling upon you in the name of our common Savior to lend my your i fluence and energetic assistance to be exerted in every lawful Way to soothe irritations and Calm Ezoir cements. Yoti know that what i thus request i have the Power to enforce. You ought also to know that to save the Community from the Dishonour and consequences of a Public outbreak it would be my duty to exercise a the pm a ers i possess without regard to person or congregations. If you feel that you cannot yourself comply with this fraternal solicitation or thai you Are unable to control evil disposed members of your flock i suggest that it is better far better in every respect. That Yod should close the doors of your Chi Rob it a sesson at least. A have no fear that the kindliness of my purpose of in to a communicating with you will be mistaken and that you May not under tape yourself As accused or specially selected from the mass of your Brethren you Are copy of this note has been or will be addressed to every Clergyman in this City. Vilua Butsuda. The following table will be. Of in a Palili Labe to Many of our readers about Twenty four inches inches Square and Twenty Eigl deep will contain a half barrel. A Boz Twenty Siz inches by if us and. A half inches Square and eight inches deep will contain a Bushel. A Boz twelve inches by eleven and a half inches Square and nine inches deep will contain a half Bushel. A Box eight inches by eight and a fourth inches Square and eight inches deep win contain a Peck. A Box eight inches by eight inches Square and for and an eighth inches do a pm will of in Tain one gallon. By Suteu Wiebi in Hli a Buh St Siy. Several members of lbs we at Virginia legis latiere took the Cafa at or ton late one evening not Long since for and among the Dunaier was a or. Of. Somewhat urge proportions physically and or. Do a of proportional a a diff it Sise. To two took a Bei to Liber in a sleeping oar. The Little Man Laid be Biado a and the Good natured Amish o a let fore. Do soon was a up but a More restless arose and f is i Ting a stove when a lady came aboard and in sired a berth. Quot All right said a. Quot you Oan of Only my ia6e in Taftt Befle Wisn Ltd 4iltie boy is sleeping to ski of is lady it disrobed m to a Down tb9, Quot a Quot time do Beo aate restless from so ii of Oiw. And Fugan to tick Ai Nond to the ii Royance of the lady. So la a no Llu Fiir manner she patted the Bof Quot on the a oks and a Aidi Alfh a any a Simiti i i Fol sleep with Yong and 4_n.&Quot said ita is Rielator Quot we it pal it a town a Wii Wied. Quot a i Quot r a i i Ili in Quot Quot Quot a it tic a Mph ror of in Livia cd Sar is scare Elj no list a before it is followed a Pastis by a Quot life of fit is Quot a fat pro truths sacred tbsp
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