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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

Will yon w&lk in fX^O TRTJEaaod look at his last arrival of Watch-X ea, Spectacles, and tlie last summer stylo of Pins and Rings, »nd faricy goods I Also. Jules Hall s celebrated Tooth Paste and Sliaving Cream and Lubin's assorted perfume. Tndy the best assortment in town. May 16. summer Rata. WASHBURX JL- BROTHER have just re-, ccived a large aud splendid assortment of Sxminerflais, consisting of Panama, Leg Horn, Tuscan, China, Pearl, Peddle Brade, English,'Can ada and Rutland Straw. PalmLeaf and other kinds of Summer Hats, for Gents, Boys and Youths.— Also Hungarian, California and various other kinds of Fur and Wool Sporting Hats, which will be sold lower for cash than they can be bought in any other establishment this side of New York. Jus"t call and examine the goods and.<priccs, nnd if you are in waut of a Hat or a Cap you will not go away without one. N. B. Hats>ind Caps made to order, at the shortest notice. Binghamton, Mav 1. 185a New Spriug Goo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

Daily Tiransportatioa Line. 'L^flKMaEft X*l Rend Freight line E .betnxen Great Bend and Nev, York: j VEHY day in the week, Sundays excepted i V CW1 -?*"*" Captain-James 4\eST$ ward^'lVf ^TT9/0 re ^ aive ""^ for-3u*rf3ht from Great Bend, on the first mst" ndoontinu. to receive aud forward produce d2&V Wi^h PU' W ^ halU thro"E»'»"t «ha sWUr Capf Freu^ntf 1 wd, l , *m»» »' -N'^ York,, to receive ' freight forwarded to tern, and from the lona ex- j t4t?rSiVbeb f iues3' ,h»y na"«r-tl-emselves m^l't ¦ tune» *«y cau e=«nmauU the highest market prices. The returns will bo paid by N V Carpenter at Great Bend. •»"•*¦ w , le >*- V. CARPENTER, i ilay 1 ISTjO. 1 Arrived, A ^^ s»PP'y of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, „, Uils, Groceries, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, etc m . « - TsTitKELL's. ilontrosc, Mav M, 18o0. TrK™ I*ton&lls! PloilKa«! I t&I receneu, a new stock, and large assort" men}, ot the most approved paWeriis of Side Hfll and common Plonks al-o, l'l.mg), Cast...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

. •¦!'' llewOwJdi'v"''"---*-' . - ; ] ABEL TURRELL TS now rcc^iyiiig bis Fall and Winter supp ly i A Goods (epibrncins nearly every thing Winted in Uns market^ which.will bo sold extremely! OW foi cash or. ready pay. My assortment inar he classed m part af follows: •, " "f Drugs, Medicines,. Chemicals, Pamts. Oils, Dye ¦bluffs Uro,curies, Dry Goods, Hardware,. Stdne Ware. Glass Ware, Clocks, Watclies, Jewelry] iilver Sjxwns, Spectacles, Musical InstrumentSil Liquors Perfumdry, Mirrors.Stutiouery.Bruihes, Shoes, \ankee Notions, ,tc. die I Thankful tor tlie liberal patronage and subktantial encouragohicnt hithertoreceived,! hope to merit and receive a continuance'of the same. "" ' J bel °f t,,e iailclea kePl for sa,e aro mimed Groccr,cs.-±A good variety of Sugars, fint flavored Teas, good and cheap Molasses, Coffee, "Pep-Pt''i' 7,lJ'^',GinSer. Saleratus. Raisins, Rice, J$ickeref, Codh J,, /.llutee Currants Tapioca, Arrow Robt, ilace, Maiina,s>age, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ground; k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

^usmess ir^ dWifisaolred by mntuaTll sent The Book, end Acconpte witfUle^inlll handrof T. 4 H. Hayde? foTaetttement^ *4| : TBACYlHA^^rTi KewMi,ford.Aprn^SP||^lM N- "R T^,^^"*"1^"^^ • -M* " " thepubhc that we are iW** receiving from Sew, York a fresh lot of Sprin^ SvaRmerlQoods, which we will sell 4at ready w* or approved xrcdit, as low anda ^iMloieerVm can be bought in the town or coonty. 7fc «o« Xtfl that neuf -Jf yon don't belicVe it,eellaiid eiaffliP for yourselves, ... ; --£-j :-:ji.!,'-V.J;-P;.T!.™jJK New Mdford, ilay I0..1&60.; (; ,/f;,2^S«M • '-.• i-ookmtuilav Atras TXflLLIAM DA VIS:' respectfully^mtiite«| » T attention of the pubUc generally to Ua liDj siness of Renovating feU/ascitT i Ctoi ,'(gf( Having prepared himselfto wait uptb them mt^ line, he will spaie no paiw to perform hia worj ;he neatest and best style and to'the aiti>feiwtM| all who may give him a call at t)«e Barber ahonlr Mr. S. Jones. .i"7 ! ^'V ...')% ~ /f /*m Montrose, May 8, 1850. . V-'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

farmer js*ara;-'v, SmutfiiWheat. ^^•^e¥« for May publishes tho ollowing communication upon the above im-WISRtgjuhjest. Yf/^e invite the attention of •heat growers to the opinions of an " old far--^^• •||?|% is a disease too familliar to p'^eSP*?)* ge nerally, and is-so extensive fcibsdiscredit of.farrners, that most miliere ^i^en^ conipelled to erect smnt machines ^.^fr*8 *^ g™'^ before grinding it; and ^Sk* England, where they boast so loudly ff*"/>'agticultore, this disease is so exten-•y«;ithat many establishments have been freww fcrw|fAm^ wheat, and for whicli pro-^** ^.^ftjllere pay about one shilling or 22 Ifjfi-ffiiflPwter, causing a severe Ipss to the IpSlaVin^o is justly accouiitbale for the deifieBcy-5n weight after washing. There are two kinds of smut noticeable by h«-fonner. ^ The one is common to wheat, arley, ftn&oits, and when mature, it bursts be husk aadappears among the dhaff like oot. \ -This kind of smut is not very injuriua. - It affects but...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

1-...- Flaxseed. S Ten years ago the growing of Flax for tho Seed was generally practised by our farmers. Khe-.crop of flax, when removed, left the IfcripUTrd in good condition to be sown to jjwheat; but this double cropping has been Abandoned of late, as being too exhausting a H>rocess of tillage; yet the practice of so wing Ijjfraeat after corn is still continued by many ( l if t)ur best farmers, with great success. Now \ a'a .corn, crop takes more of the elements of -j lUtritiou from the soil than a crop of flax—: acorn is a later crop, and requires much I o6r6"labor to remove.it from the field before ! bjerfield can bo plowed for wheat, it is evident }. i least that wheat may be more easily pn| jmi after flax than after eorn ; and if the soil Wne as"well manured and put in as good position for flax as forjxirn, the exhaustion of be | 3he,^oil must less from the flax crop than JH^o tn the corn crop.- The probable continuance of the present Lvery high price of flax ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

vaxuaxnkiXjBT Of tne 8uacineh*nn JtOotmty Agricultural Soi>:'; ;:- \' cletyi ¦- \ Tlie Susqhehahnii County-Agricultural Society presents th^;'followinff Premium Lisf to competitors at the annual Show to be "held in Montrose on the third Wednesday of September next: "' Forthb BcsVBiill, s'years old and upwards, $5 00 Kor the Beajt'Bull oifer 2 yearaold, ¦; 5 For the Best; Milch'Cow, ' B • Second Bestfdo. 1 ! 3 Best two veftn> old Heifer, _ 3 Best yearlmlt'Heiferi " ,' " 3 Beat yoke of'working Oxen, 5 I Second B.5St| ' " 8-f Best yoke of'8 years old Steers, 3 j Second; Best . . 2 Best yoke of two years old 3 Second! Best| " 2 ' Best Stallion! over 3 years for all-work, 5 Second; Bestjl ' ¦" ' 3 For the; bestipair, of matched; Horses raised in thti coupty, " - 5 Second Best,] 3 For the BestJLong Woolcd Buck,' 3 Second Best,5 2 Best South flown or Middle Wooled do., 3 Second Best,? 2 Best IJeririo Buck, 3 Second Bestp . , 2 Best pen of 8 Long Wooded "Ewes, 3 Second B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

- r—' < I WhitCaitlcs improved DoubleiOven Hot Air Cooking Stove. The 'subscriber has obtained tlie exclusive right of vending this stove in tho county- of Susquehanna and Wayne, and having a large number of them manufactured at tlie " Eagle Foundry' in this village iu a acatistyle, oners them for sale. They can be had at tlie-Foundry, at the stone of Messrs. Rose and Simpson's or af the subscriber. ^37 : |,. i' GEO.FUZLER. Montrose, Sept ill, 16-19. . j .. Exccutor'w Rotsce. NOTICE is.hereby given to aE persons interested in the set t|em"ent of the Estate of S. Meylcrt,lal.e.otth;is to^ushipof New Milford,deceased, thatJetters tj^siam^ntnry havejbetn granted to the sulxicrjbers, and that,Michael Sluilert will atiend to any-busioefa.cohnectcd with smd.Estate, at die latei^sid^c^bfilieswdS.'Mcy^rt, in New Milfordjaud'ft-^jBenfley will do tn^ same at. his office,'in'Montrose,'! ,2ill persons haying demands against thp Estate wliljpi-osent.Ui.fcm duly jalhenticated, for sera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

MOJjltBO^E BUSIKflSSyPmECTORY r—¦-—»-¦¦¦¦. ¦ .ti..— ¦, ... ——-. ¦¦ -—. ^p ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ' ' ¦ ~ —1—- Id ARK J. O'B&ImZN—House and" Sign ' Painter-, Paper hanger, Glaticr, Grainer a) Dec-• orator. Shop over J. T.Birchard's carpenter ahop : a few rods east of Warner's Hotel. J. II. DlidOCK—Attorney at Law—office removed to %ront Room of his residence; two doors east of "his former location, in Turnpike street, third building from corner of Public Avenue.'and nearly opposite M. S. Wilson's Store. June, 1849. A.'BALDWIIV—Saddle, Harness," Carpet-Bagand Trunk Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer. Shtip, on Turnpike street, opposite I. L. Post it Go's. CM. SI .TIOTOHS—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turn pike street. __ ' ROSTE^Sl. TiPSOX—Deale7s in ~ StovcI, Stove trunmings. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Dry Goods, Groceries, lie.. Public Avenue ELDBED & SEWCOHB Dealers in Hats, Caps, and Furs; opposite the " Democrat Printing office, fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

To Dairy-men and Farmers. Valuable Property for Sale. THE following Real and- Per5onal Estate, as hereinafter described, situate in New Milford, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, will be sold at a great bargain to any one who may choose to purchase. The real estate consists of seven hundred acres, five-hundred of which are under improvement, and on which are four dweJlincJuuisos ju*1 seven barns. The farm is well designed for n Dairy, and is capable of feeding one hundred Cows during summer and winter, aud every part of it well watered with springs aud streams." The buildino's and land are in good condition, and on the premises arc about five miles of good Stone Wall, and the other fences arc also good, and on the woodhind are large quantities of Chestnut Timber, which will supply the farm for many years to come, and .which will also be valuable for"building the Railroad which is soon to be built up Martin's Creek.— Said farm lias a very pleasant and desirable location about «ev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

% LANESBORO, PA CHEAP OASB STORE On the Aw York <£• £"1-11! Rail Road and Susane . hanna River, 200 utUeafrom -ATei* York, 25 miles from Bingliainton, o»ufl9 miUsfrom Montrose,— iarroimoVd by Mountains and the Railroad Bridges. A T our store the following may be found: Eng-XX. lish, French and American Dry Goods, Bonnets and Ribbons, Parasols'ifcc. Umbrellas, Carpet Bags, Hats and Caps, Looking Glasses, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Glass Ware, Hard Ware, Window Glass and Sash, Drugs and Medicines, Groceries, Mackerel, Codfish, Miss Pork, Superfine Flour, Nails, Stone Ware, Ja'ppaned Ware, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Butter -Firkins, Candles, Sand's and Townsend's iSarsaparilla,'BooH," Paper, Inks and Quids, Cooking, Parlor and Shop Stoves, Stove ¦ Pipe and Stove Trimmings, on hand or made to order. "Eagle Foundry Ploughs—warranted u Trunks & Traveling Bags, Shingles; Clover Seed, Carpet and Cotton Yarn, Axes, Handles, Buck Saws, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, Scythes, <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

'Watchman, what of thenight V CLOCKS, WATCHES,:AND JEWEiRY of alT the various patterns in New York-market, can be had at; Truo's, No. 4, Public Aveniie. - He offers Watches for at feast two dollars less'than the same fluidity have been offered in this market. -Purchasers may be sure that.none but No. l; lettef'~A,.are sold here, for we find 'tis but such can be safely warranted. Patent Lever Watches, gold, from «45,00 to ?il0,00 Do. silver, from lB,0f) to ?28,00 Detached Lever, gold, from 85,00 to 45,00 Do. silver, from li5,00 to 20,00 Cylinder Escapement, gold, from 28,00 to 35,00 Do. : silver, from 12,00 to "15,00* English Quavticrs, from (i.00 to 8,50 Gold Pens and I*encils"from *\.1h to £8,00, Gold Rini^ from 3 shillings to ¥8,50, Breast Pins from 1 shilling to S8.0»i silver belt slides, gold, steel and gilt chain*, gold Keys, slides, steel beads A clasps, silver ware, music boxes, accordions.1 and a thous and and one traps, whicli, for want of room, we must omit to mention ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

^^B^B^BB^^^S^Eafii^^ r^^Aa^B^^B^a^S^^sa^s^BBBBSBjSiU "BiirSili' giBimiiiiiiiiiiHfP flyj^^QH '-^KIbI- aaal BlaaaT' aaaUM M»B MMHlarH EcvotiAn BlocL t Futnu *wit<,Bfookiy¦ , H. 1. BRANT'S INDIAN PULMONARY BALSAM, Hii,su—d n-iihont tho lenst thnilow of iJoubt, visu mam ..I ilie mj) !tmy;' ..j oYrcloiMd cmjcs of ulceraltd n'ml i/i."- raid lungs- fnch. rosci n» ivcre never cured bv ,-.nv other in.-i!;< ines—nnd wliii-h were >o ultrrli) shyrUis. tlrat the liisuu.il jilt-u-jj were pronoauccd by phyticiaus aud fricmls, m tie AcTo^iLV dvino. , . Tht* Un'tum h r Vegetable rnmponnd. ^-hich ricver itijiire* miy |ierroii when il lit u»uii fur (he-euro of Cl,rcsie •li.rr.-ei. Il iiD»cs«cs tlrenc. actirr. .PURIFYING nnd M.TKIIATIVK propertien, mill «urh vthcr mnlirolicni *• me E-sF!CTi»i.l.T. kc-ci iiarv tocitrcnll Vngl"- nnd/o run rh.-.t iCTy iitfiiticul Coca II Di^kake. which i» cilled hy phy-•' -'i.n> wml .ithera, and is really considered to be, without •h.- ltji.l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

:-' .,¦„ ."--, 1KICICS OP 4«A"C^£S, i i "" ¦c ^-'X&fl&Prttt-'rKbllUitewet&Xltit. „ Sa^pttrffla-jbr,-*tl« m, ih^amfenht VtowS^^ASaV.' NAXjtaEISORSE.^ndaU ihaC'-^ToTrii^WnffdaS vSSoiif ^JH11 ¥ "ronM* *• tilte of-Doowfort h^M^dLR£SS^ed'tf0«• «*«tJ>» ia-boL Hanwl^i air In hia m< ^S^^^^ tP?"^?* ?^*?! tookataad to'Smekf^^H^ "«*?* mia»ma»aa»ntada, ^aZl^^^^^^S^^. ss m*^ott* sssz*=««wsa tnake.u an iMunmafliSeSlart i„,S\IB5iit32a,a men hare bean JneuIuntftiS^KtlS^ 60*"**'r3*e»t \oZ.7"atWie pSrV^ ^SP^i J* ffT^ Ihe Old DoeioiPa Sarnparina^r^B7i^J*M^« SaTtmpariU almta* from ihe Oa t^JS^SStS pie. TOi&jP.TowiifeBdaayalt^riuiuS Si^ nimeroraTa'week:. I will give Mmi^iKJHLfflff dneeonednfie tolitiarjr proof of ihuh^it'Lyj!1"!!'0: Thompson, SkiUman * Co., are noihing.injX™!S!;2 faJschoodtj simply made to deceive ihe piuJciu?!,4" the tmth dowh in;iegard to hl» aoKriiur, YermSa&L rf"'> poimsl. TuiaOs to caution the public to pnithaaatLSS: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

J^MEBS'DEPARTMENT; fr.v: i >r:. ..i.'- ; ¦ ,.,..; . -,-,—<t-~= ^.^~5 ,X : M»W'!23r : 1850.' •:-¦'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

TfffiKEGISTEB 1 PUBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY BY I Jim«BW._ Chapman. . ld^,payment in/Cash per year. WW fjjad,, within the year. „ fSpM&eendof the year, ___

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

The Beautiful BY C. D. STt'ART. • _— ** Thou can'st not das? the beautiful And call it alt thineown: The beautiful is given to all Andjiotfor one alone; ;^ .,._ ifH^sJwTr^arTwrole In earjbrand W'andjsky, V; X blessaig wide as time and spae* ' For ~overyliurnttu eye. TKe toim'Sitf crfesU the ocean mw --^i^pw^^^pr^ The star^9&*mbW of morn ^And'KltwSetth^night, --,.-7 '«.-;•<£ •' TbSijoSkl^Agrf r, %*».<; .^ *¦*: \W*^;glMfetfe>H6F>%,- v ¦< i-: l8SSe^I^^„ % Afti blessed *rHr «^*«*S^:: . Thai thin onei giftitileast^. - Defies thb cruel tySuA'spowe* And fen»f'Wielted^r*rt,. ' ¦ ¦ For spite of diainMhMtatfccta »» gofelBW^JtHMnM-N^^'v '•'"""" In beauty's ligWsj"#auty ¦ joy. And bcaury%-«eB*d eheer.J And God he, praised! twvwmcte, For this, a»: Wessedlboua, The beautiful—which all may abate, And nmie.cattshare'too soon; -. The heantiful; Whicb..ptlrifics-And leadens up to Him, Whoia its source, its life and light, J?rom flower to seraphim. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

„ ._. true. Fiejedpra.. A Tyrant needeth nota throne To -win-the hated-name; ¦¦ Who roletft riot 3iis household well, j Mustown the Tyrant's name. I - Who tramples down of slaves but on^, Is e "en a 'worthless thing; | So matter bo his title great, J' ;• Or be lie one of small estate, 1 1 ¦ Or master, lord, or king. i ', The husband loving not his w:fo— j Pdreot to child unkind— : Who shuns bis home for brutal joys, j To-suit-a .brutish mind: | Whoever harms a brutal thing, WhateVr may be its name—The ass that bears its dailjNtoil. .Or meanest worm that crawls the soil. Must o-rni the. T-yrant'a name. Whenceace prevails—in every home, When kinored love is found—Andeach to all-shall feel the tie, ..'- Brother to brothers bound; When none shall dare a deed to do Which others' wrong mar be ; But each shall govern -well his heart. And shun himself the Tyrant's part, Then—then niankind is free.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

Tte Sailor and the Actress. - Wfcio I was a poor girl, said the Diieher= of SL AV'.-ans. working- very hard for my thirty ah'Jling» a week, I went down to'Uvernool dunr.gLie holidays, where 1 was always kindly received. I wai to" perform in a new piece, something like thdae pretty little affecting dramas they get up now at our minor theatres; and in my, character, 1 represented" a-poor frienfflefeVrprmr. girl reduced to the most -Wretched poverty. A hear tless tradesman prosecutes.tbe Bad heroine for debt, and insets «m putting her iriprison. un!e«ssoine one will bje bail for her. The'girl replies ' then-1 haveuo hop<j; 1 ve not a friend in the. world.1 " What! will no one be hail for vou to save yoii from -prison I" atks. the Stem creditor. " I have "told you I have no friend .* earth," was the replv. But just as I was. uttering these -words, I saw a sailor m the upper gallery springing ov*r the failing, letting himself down from 'one tier to another, until he bounded ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

i A TAPM BlAt IIFEj. - ¦•¦¦ ¦ -' flT MM*'' SEDfliWICxJ -• • j 'i' "I am goirigirouhd;ttf Broadrtteet tainquire of Rom, the glovek about Btlle Lney Wenrlall." P* Jjoer 'Wendalllwho l» she f * ¦¦ «8h«*i9 a prttty'little Dutch girVwho lived opposite tome m that-bit of a UtUe dwelling, that looks like1 * crt«*t<>r:a seam between the two hous- ; «a on each sid4:bf it Shd lived withher grand j parents, fiativesJof^thU city, and ¦ooce^prdpnetore , of many n-lotf%ithinit; but they, had bf noutbargained andMht-witted till thV"*"* «**"**'* thU little tenement some t^**W™*%± Their onlv: mttMn? deseeixdaat *as my httle friend Lucy, IfcUtty, fair-skinned Ja.r-ha.red, bjue-IveU mrl,oftf mostinodest, quiet, engagmgdeimettrwr. Foit manvmontla after We movedMo Street,! knew nothing «Mhe. family.,, but *rU such ob^rvatiens as the eye could taTie.neaV nU wasilheTrnling passion ot tm*hm.seholi-Their on4 sdwaatl Minerva, <the goddess of jh< doin should have known better...

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