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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 January 1888

MEDICINAL. lima Si ' ->.-./, ?'. , ii;h Smip is wM only ?aH v i.-.nnperfc mid Kai? Ottrgg ??? !'fr.v!.>.MarS.}t<?w;vq , ,u f/fod in a Wrc/f.qZCnf - ...... < luUon-Label, un,i lie Eg rjlLDLNG MATERIAL, &c! i) ERRY.SM0OT&CO. Steam Piooring&Planiug Hill Maaufacturers ui ? IN DOW FEAMFS, .-.lOLDINGS, die. Deaior3 ixi I ? i ;EI5 3HINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, iLCIKED PLASTEE and CEMENT ' .v0?77/ UNION8? ALEXANDRIA, VfJiUir? StfrL :n? I-i" 'iolivcrcd in tlio oily free. _* It :f?:sia:EiD i32c>. JOSIAH lib. SMuOT "KALES IK Liier, Shingles, Latte, NMI.s. LIME,CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, <zc. &<;., Ac ?f.'.NrF.vcTcr.nB or FLOORING, DOORS; SASE, BLIND ', FRAMES lULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. and yard No. 21 north Union st Factory ': ? >rth Leo st., Alexandria. Va. JHefNo charge lor deliver- :n city. .inn28 Mm T. Creigliton & So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 January 1888

ALEXANDRIA. FEI DAY EVENING, JANUARY 13. Either the farmers of Virginia don't know what is good for their own interf sts.or tho delegates they sent to the recent farmers'assembly at Richmond didn't rep? resent them fairly, for among the resolutions adopted by that assembly was the follow? ing : ' That the Farmers' Assembly endorsing the views of their President are of opinion that the whole Federal system of Internal Revenue is hostile to the genius of free in stittitions, and is unequal, partial, and oppressive in its operations, and would bail with deiight its immediate and entire exdsion." Why farmers should want the tax on oleomargarine?which protects their but? ter?and on whisky removed, as the remo? val of the latter would necessitate the con? tinuance of tbo existing high tariff, which doubles the cost of nearly every thing they have to buy, is what they alone can tell, for nohedy else can. In view of the recent facts that Prefcident Aithur boldly declared his intention of "t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 January 1888

? -. yllDJSt EVENING, JANUARY 3 3. LOCAL MATTERS. r <his eectiou warmer, followed by coidt-r, followed by fair weather, fresh to brisk *Di?,' diminishing in force, becoming north fdterly- .-_ pAvos of the District.?Some L ,?3 the District of Columbia, as the *WaLa.or of the corporation of Washington, 'vl:ned :ildamen t against the Alexandria ?i Washington Railroad Co., in the ?ted states Circuit Court in this city, and realized" therefrom a neUsum of $62,818 13 Thi ''Infof which was assumed'by the old cor va-ion Instead of paying these bonds in ih a greater part of them were funded cav_ otber deb s of the corporation of ffUinston by issuing new bonds in lieu ?wer/ and hence now form a portion of ! funded debt of the District. This fund Appropriated by Congress, one-half coming from the Government and one-half from the District A question has arisen whether or not'the advantage accruing to the District on ?reount of this judgment should not also be barei bv the I'nited Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 13 January 1888

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUABY 13. A Cleveland Mystery.?In Euclid avenue, Clevelacd. Ohio., there i3 a fine mansion, and over the front door in fancy letters are the words, "Hastan the Coming and Speed the Parting Guest." ThemistreEB of the p.stablishment is Mrs. Josephine Am? nion. Until recently a Miss Blann, worth $70,000, and alleged to be simple minder!, has boarded with Mrs. Ammon. Recently Miss Blaon7s guardian took steps to have her removed to more congenial quarters, but the girl cou'd not be found. Detectives and deputy sheriff have hunted her for weeks, but to no purpose. Mrs. Ammon wasfinally summoned to court to tell what she knew of the girl's whereabouts. She defied the court nod lawyers for two days, but yesterday was fined $100 and committed to jail for contempt. She was locked in a cell, butde c'ares that she will never yiel'. The case his created an immense sensa'ion in Cleve? land. Mis. Ammon is a wealthy woman and c u!'l have paid the fine, but the preferred not Join? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 January 1888

ii for I'Mn." Other known rem-; , ?? ?Man. Neuralcia, [ //lf^-~ \ ' '- Nock, Bru!i*s,( / ' [? ?? : Cuts, Lumba-S ?/?? c-;** ?VV ? , i ??] N.rvs, Krost-bitc3,J 11 11 "j'-SSiisr" ???:?:!'??.Soru1 Uroat, ,i :,i$fiM !Tt .'" Wounds, Ili-adaelio, ? ?- ? : .? Vrin-i ?, ?, '? WWI-y all! Mfcf'^i ??? - . ' '. Oil Uwrs oorl ' _ '^-'-",vv??' , . ?. . . :<? M..rL. .inj <>t:rI Bill ' . : -nnf:r.-. A. G SIcyei & Co., e~ ' (iVn\. I - t,?al?murcMi,U.S.A. a. ip. a33?S23 r?i/ii Bclfii Court Svnrp JjNL^^JJ!"1 10 ? r?t once. Price outv C:-. ;i boitJe er meeti' _ _ - PERR^SMOOT&CO. SteamPlooring&PlauingMill Mimnfacinror.s o: ?,;,< WINDOW FBA1IF8, MOLDINGS, &c. Dealers in inMBEB SHINGLES,LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMEN l c/j 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGIN {^Lumber dolivered tho <:'ty fre0-_ : s t a. 3Tj"x s ii .til .id i s 2 2. JOSIAH B. I). SIOOT, dealku IN I mm, i I/O; KAI LS, LI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 January 1888

ALEXANDBIA. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14.^ Thk pbe3ent administration wbb elected by the votes of the Southern States and com? menced its career as a national not a sec? tional administration. Bnt ita expressed in teaii-m of winning more Northern States, and its efforts in thatdirection.baveinduced it to do things that have caused many of its once beet friends, in the section from which o >me democratic electoral votes, to doubt its nationality. Its revocation of Southern commissiona on account of letters written by the holders thereof during the war, tbe rules in tbe Poatoffice Department by which no ex Confederate holding a minor position in that department can be promoted, tbe rules of the civil service commission?not the civil eervice law?by which all ex Con federates.aro excluded from tbe classified positions in the civil service, tbe revocation of tbe order to return Southern flags at tbe presumptuous demand of a sectional organi? zation Icdowd as the G. A. R , and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 January 1888

State fette? -j _tm_ SATUEDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11 LOCAL MATTERS. 'nr tin's district colder, f. ir weather, followed I by Joe?! itios, light to fresh winds, becoming va '-?.-. _ ?,_ Church Services, &c Tomorrow.? Services at 11 a. m. and m.by Rev. H.Suter. St pa '-? Church.?Services at 11 a. m. ?nd4P m u Rev- Dr Norton cA.?6:30a. ni , prayer; 10 a. in., service; 11 a. m. morning prayer I'd sermon; 3:30 p. m., Sunday school; 30p. in - intercession service; 7:o0 p. rn., vHiini: prayer and sermon. cj Marv's Church.?Mass at 7 and 11 a. m. and .ennon, by Rev. Father DaWolf. | Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 m bv K-v J M. Nourso. and communion. I 8' Second Presbyterian Church? Services at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Jame3 I. /W'iV Church.?Services at 11 a. c. and - R( v I M. Mercer. { Ueth. Epis. Church.? Services ar | 1 m and 7:30 (?? by Rev. R. F. Bishop, j lfrfA Epis.Church South.?Services at 11 iH m and 7:30 t>. m. by Rev. R. Smitbaon Meth Prot. Church?Services at 11 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 January 1888

SAT?EDAT EVENING, JANUAEY 14. A Gypsy's Sad Life and Death.? There'if a color-line ia the Old World more ju:urmountab!e and more permanent than any that existed in this country at aDy time. It is the color line against the gypsies. It demanded another victim recently. Joseph Dandoczy was the most talented and most promising pupil of the Conservatory of Klausenburg, Transylvania. He loved true classical music, but could not obtain admis? sion to musical circles where he might have had a chance of a brilliant career. His skin condemned him to play with his tan-colored brethren at country hops and in music balls. His auditors did not want to hear anything r>ut drinking and street songs of the meanest sort. Many a time when Joseph would play the finest tunes to them, they commenced screaming and stamping and challenging him until he threw down his fiddle in dis? gust. Twice he cut his throat in despair, bu'. was cured and restored to his hated oc? cupation. One day in the beg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 January 1888

MEDICINAL. Hoarseness, Crwip. Asthma, I '- Cough, Incipient Conaunip. ty ? < c..ti-i::::'.;i'." I:; rs iu in advanced htayt.H of pj I'ri.:?. ''-"-Fi .?. Tli" Genuine Hr. /.?n.'I '.: K> ? surt'p i.< ?-.??:<; only In t?* v umtvutn, ana bcaraoarta '-, (cri t Trade-Marks .to wit: H Uull'sHead In a Clrclc,aE< ' rhi CuutUm-Zabtt, ami theio ' ? i.f.I!'. ?. ? .....- .1. < ;.i/. wrr: op's, Baltimore, McL, V..??. A. :.: pines?The ereal Tobacco A ?? lO Cu.-Sokl by aU Lirugji: :s. linLDlNG MATERIAL, &c. P^RRXSMOOT&OO, Steam Flooring iPlaniug Mill ??uuufactarcrs or ;?. -..: ui: WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, &c Dealers iu L?SIBEB SHINGLES, LA TITS, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED PLASTER ana CEMENT. -?? .vi. 25 SOUTH UNION-875, ALEXANDRIA. VIKG ???f-.'.r bni ?. livored in the city free. sta.' STjXSECSjD 1s2s JOSIAH HJ). 8M?0T, NA1 LS, L!.ME, CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, Ac &c, ?Sc. UASrjffACTtTSES OJ FL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 January 1888

****** % ^^^^^^ MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 16. The result of the false charges against the fairness and legality of Mr. Speaker Carlisle's election to a seat in Congress, as announced in Saturday evening's Gazette, was only what bad been anticipated, the lepublican as well as the democratic mem? bers of the committee to which the case had been referred agreeing that there was noth ing in the charges even to warrant investi? gation. The proceedings showed that the contestant himeelf, though utterly ignorant, was intelligent enough to know that his case was without foundation. They also showed that a republican lawyer and lob byiet was "smart" enough to get control of the case and to induce the labor organi? zations to give him money for prosecuting it, and that for party purposes he was aided and abetted in that prosecution by certain of the most ultra and partisan republican newspapers of the North. All the money, however, came from the labor organizations. When will the men whose asse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 January 1888

Itaiuzta durfte Ml iN'DAY EVENING, JANUARY 16 LOCAL MATTERS. For this district colder, followed by warmer ,;tions, fair weather, fresh to brisk d Is, diminishing in force. PgiXHS.?Mr. Jeremiah Franks, an old nd respected citizen of this place, an 1 a be Doiice force since i s ie-or- ; 570, died at the residence of j k law, Mr. Alexander Lyles, this the 69th year of his age. The : .... j was a native King George county, j bat bad reside 1 in this city for nearly forty j lMs la early life he followed the water | L an occupation, and was regarded as a Ekiful pilot on the Virginia waters. For! I years pa9t Mr. Franks had been . , fee tie, and on one or two occasions j -?ruled by sickness so severe | j .; on eac h occasion had been de His last illness was of four days' j d( leased leaves a wife and | !?'<> had been a member of : l i urch for many years, and had ' ;,'.'> go exemplary Christian life. Mr George Allison, a well known citizen, ag found dead in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 January 1888

Mmnim?mi MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10. The Ringed Planet Saturn.?A dis r>9toh fr.itu the Lick Observatory ehone that tbe astronomers there are making excellent uae of their big telescope. On Tuesday night they 8iw the rings of Saturn clearlv divided. Since Huyghens discovered in 1655 that Saturn was ringed, other observers have detected divisions in the rings. The third rinn was ''etected by professor Bond, of Cam bridge, id 1S50. It has hten thought by emi? nent living as'ronomers that the la'er addi? tional divisions in the ring? noticed from lime to time are only errors of vi^ioD. due to tbe shading in various parts of the rings. But the excelled opportunities for clear tele? scopic observrttiou enjoyed by the astrono? mers at, the Lick Observatory would seem to place the existence of distinct rings be yond doubt. The plam t i- now approach iog tbe period of his opposition witbtbeeun, when he is nearest the earth and iu the best position for close scrutiny. The dispatch ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 January 1888

yOLTiliiiX. ALEXANDRIA VA., TUESDAY EVENING -J ANUARY IT, 1888 ~~= m. U. Earth for Pain." ????? i ther known rem-1 icumatiim. Neuralgia, | . .-: :r Neck, Itrulse3,| . Cat -. I.u:nua-( .. Sorat, I rost-blto, f i: i".Sunj Throat, I Wounds, Hradnchcf if. S|>nuii*. ric. PrlCO. bortlo. sold by all! . ( nation.?TIio gcaA [cation Oil beam onrl rrade-Mork, arid owrl . Meyer <? Co., Solcj "Til,,!!-, ( >ueh Bynrn wlIT core your rSaihat once, Price only CU. o bottle. ?jUJILJXLNG MATERIAL, &c. 1j PBRRY.SMOOT&GO. Steam Flooriug&Plauiug Mill Manufacturers of iQR&ml WINDOW FEAMFS, MOLDINGS, Lc. j Dealers in t\TSFB SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTEB anfl CEMENT. A'O 25 NORTH UNION ST.. ILEX S SDBIA. VIEW:.-. jaBr-Lumber Jgiivorcd in the city" free._ SSS?3LISHBTJ 1822 JOSIiB ELD. SMOOT, KAILS, LIME,CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTES ?sc Ac. Ac. MANTF.U'TCitEl: or FLOORING, DOOES, 3ASH. BLINDS, FRAMES ? i l?Ll ?1 KG3, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 January 1888

\ ****** ^ "ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 17. Democratic newspapers in various parta of the country are adversely criticising Mr. Brown's recent speech in the U. 8. Senate, in which he favored the continuance of the existing tax upon the necessaries of life and th* removal of the tax on oleomargarine B"d wbirky. But what Mr. Brown said last week was just exactly what the democratic convention of Virginia said last summer, and what the democratic members of the Virgin'a legislature, indorsed by the repub? lican members of that body, said last month. If Mr. Brown, on the subject referred to, left the democratic party and joioed the repub? licans, as he is said to have done, what have tbe Virginia democratic convention and the Virginia democratic legislature done ? Mr Edgerton, the democratic member of the civil service commission, says the civil service law, as executed, is a hum? bug. There i3 no man in the country better qualified to speak on the subject referred to. The civi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 January 1888

? -rr-PAY EVENING. JANUARY 17. S LO:AL MATTERS. a$ ? i:=tri< t warmer snow, except rain in ?^rn Virginia, fresh to brisk winds, be rkg association merting3.?Ad fcW;!f '^??nes of the -tockholders of the B^Xn Md.heMt. Vernon.No. 2, BSSSciations, were held ast night, ? /<.'? anoual meetings not having been ?ft accost of the absence of quo m md Dominion Association last night ? 3e, T hn Perrv, president ; L. E. Uhler, ?re } m R Harle w and Alexander ?^?cfo'rs aud Jocas Fisher, R. H. lihn- I.'adbeater, trustees. The; a?VTenort shows that there ore 1,240 ? f stock in this association, the value ?T i, i? ?SC 75 per share. ?rfftj' , .' v rnoii. No. 2. Association last ? :".:... .... following officers : F. E. l':r I B ?ec'y. ; ? fu uni??i treasurer. (J. W. Fisher aud j ?.';',:' V directors; Hubert Snowden, ' H Y*hf,'flud B Stoutenburgb, true , i. carter, H. Kirk. jr..andQeo. ; ? ?".;.;' esaminion cotnrniitee. There I ?;.: : of stock held in thisassooia ?;:,of each of? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 January 1888

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17. Romance of a Dead Gambleb.?Abou'. thirteen years ago Hal Claytcn, one of the best known gamblers on the coast, died at Carson, New, of a fever. He was rieb and his rbmaios were placed iu a costly metallic casket with a glass case and consigned to a randsome tomb. His wife, who was frantic with grief, placed her diamonds on bis shirt front. The stones were valued at $800. Fear lul iest tbe gems would be taktn from the vault, she placed a watch at the tomb, and it was maintained for many weeks. A few ?iays ago Ueorge Dobbs, who bas tbe care of the cemetery, secured the keys cf the vault, and took a look at the remains. He was astonished to find that Clayton'3 beard und mustache had grown under tli9 gla-s case to such an extent that they reached be? low his knees. The beard was a rich brown color extending in wavy masses over his body, and having a perfectly healthy ap? pearance, as it might have had on a living man. The beard had been growing in this way f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 January 1888

^OL._LXXXIX,^ ALEXANDRIA VA., WEDNESDAY EVENINlT jAXU^ - NO 15 ' MEDICINAL. ..e nouctu Cold*. Hoanenee?, Croup,. v.'i I ng Coush. Incipient Oonsump. :?'?'.'? ? and relieve* conrampUvc .....uina in ?ivaur.*! uf I tt?. di.~-.-w. Prleossct? t* ??- > Hon. The Genuine Dr. BuW*\ cv.Tifl? Sjpmp U sold only in | icmm vmppcn, and been oar r,- n<toriil Tradt-Murl:-. to v. .: : .-t BaiF< Head m ? ' " R ; .s'.'ri/' <'nution-T/il*l, mi l th roe dmileslsnatorotof./oftn 1!', /.,;: .1- AgXeter* Co.,8 ? llttl I ??..,.?? Piuse?The arent Tobacco An< GJKJ101 Uu-SoW by all DniRgists. BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SM0?T&00. .S!:;:;;iFioiiriiiguiFla!iiugMill Maunfacturcrs o,' DOOS Mid WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, Ac. Dcaior3 in LUMBER SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, [NED PLASTER ana CEMENT. m 25NORTH UNION.ST., \LEXAND!iiA, VlRGir eff-Lonibei delivered in tho city freo._ .? T.A.i-iljIS^kEZD 1822. JOSIAB II. ?. 8M00T: DF.ALEB IN NAILS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 January 1888

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUABY 13. Senator Sherman profes-sea himself in favor of the obliteration of all race distinc? tions. But there ia hardly an opportunity for making a distinction of that character that he doeB not avail himself of, and when none occur,he makes one, as he did on Mon? day last, when he nrged the Senate to cre? ate a commission to inquire into and report the material, industrial and vita! progress of the colored race. The commission, of course, be wants composed of equal numbers of white and black men. But, if Mr. Sher? man be such a contemner of rac9 distinc? tions as he says he ia, why wont the census takers, who report the "material, industrial and vital progress," of both races alike, do for him? Why must another com? mission, with more federal offices, be cre? ated for the special purpose of reporting up? on the condition of one?the colored race? Mr. Sherman is stcno blind. Not being able to see what every body else does, that Mr. Btaine will be th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 January 1888

WEI?SESi'a r evening. jak uaby 1' LOCAL MATTERS. ? . district colder, fair weither, fresh to :: westerly winds. >f.axi>*69 os Mail Matter.?An im . .. I,i? relating to permissible mark.-', Pjr ' , .,. v?;; ingupon second, third and fmth-ctasa mall matter, having already ",i ? ?... House, was finally adopted by Ufa.., ,v yesterday, and now goes to the pVideutfcr bis approval. On matter of : ,0D i class, neu .-paper and periodicals ?moffice of publication) besides the ad .. g rn*?ksa?-e permitted: Idex fi' ? ?" : -"!'-,,|':,li"n l?(?ok, the title A o;ace of publication, the mime and *ntofibos uder the date of the termi tion of the subscription, corrections of wnompbical errors and marke to call at ffin 'o passages. It is also provided ,! , D| , -ii' r- or news agents may enclose in their pub ication bill-, receipts and ord ' for Hub.crip'^0. Upon matter of the third'claas transient newspapers, hooks&?..) k6 sender may write his name, occupation ?ad add...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 January 1888

WEDNE3 DAY EVENING, JAN?ABY 18. What the Dickey Birds Say. The President's acceptation of that Western invi? tation Is the smartest thing thatGrover's done of late; Ho has doubtless had a tip about the bearing of his trip On the democratic vote this '88. Tho-e oft-repeated gags about Fairchild and the flags Had a bad effect upon the Western jay; So Cleveland thought it best to take a trip out West? At least, eo the dickey birds say. If Grover hadn't taken along his wife He'd made the greatest error of his life. The President is clever in his way ; He can talk a little bit, Eut Fraukic makes the hit, And that's what the dickey birds say. If Comstock isn't stayed in his anti-nude crusade. There is no knowing where his censorship will cease. By and by tho law will screen u3 from each carved or painted Venus, And bald heads wiil bo suppressed by the police. The gamin on the street cannot gsmbol in bare feet, And hordes must wear ulsters made of hay, While the men in public places Must w...

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