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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

&f -H3 PRINCETON UNION. TERMS, $2.00 E'er Tear. K. C. DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPIUETOT. PRINCETON, MINN., OCT. 2, 1890. IT is safe to vote NO. on both the constitutional amendments. AT the Thirty-fifth legislative district Republican convention held in Anoka, Tuesday, C. S. Guderian was nominated for the senate and Rev. Mr.Walhund, ofIsanti county, ^was named for representative. A. DELACY WOOD'S THE UNION 5? staunch Republican journals in Wright county that have always expressed their abhorrence of any thing leading towards Mugwump ism in others should practice what they preach. Even a Mugwump is respectable compared to an out and out bolter without cause or provocation. P. J. MCGUIRE NORTHFIELD PUBLISHED EVEUY TH UK8DA.Y. he will be elected governor, are already nominating him for vico president on the Democratic ticket in 1892. This is counting chickens before they are hatched, with a vengeance.Minneapo lis Tribune. W W OVER MB' 5T0RS, HAIM 51, imp^^^^^^^l Tri amended MoKimey tarif...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

ffi. Great Northern Bailway. MUIITU BOUND 8t Paul Minneapolis Princeton... Milaca. Duluth Duluth Milaca Princeton Minneapolis St Paul Ex Sun JOSEPH NOKES. Adjt Daily 0 80P 11 15 1 87 A. x, 8.00 7.80 .Leave Leuv 4 OOp si 4S0 6 07 6-80 4 0.00 i .Leave Le&v*. Arrive SOUTH BOUND Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive 12 20P 845 4 08 R60 6 30 X. GOING BAST Foreston Le 8 20 A Milnca 8 48 10.45* 8 86 A 4 10 ft 40 7 lO i St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING WEST Milaca Le 8 4B~r.x Foreston 4 06 Attention, G. A Regular meetings of the Wallace Rines Post, G. A No 148, will be held on the 1st and 8rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall, over Caley's kwareroonw, Princeton. Minn PHINEAS GATES, Commander FRATERNAL. LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. Regular communications, second Wednesday of each month There will be special communications of Fra tenia I lodge No 92 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evening of each month WX CORDIKEB, W CIIAS A. DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHS...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

vfc\ Rt 'I' J% Princeton Union. R.C.DUNN. Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. IT IS only one person among a thousand who becomes a centena rian, and hardly six persons among a thousand who attain seventy-five years of age. IT IS claimed that a Chinaman, Hee Li, discovered America in the year 217 B. C. Perhaps he did there is something familiar about the name. A SPECIES of willow grows in Scot land, the sipping ot whose flowers will make a bumble-bee drunk, but it takes him about a day to get the necessary load aboad. THOSE anarchists who object to longer paying pensions to Mrs. Par sons and the brevet widow of Spies have tumbled to the fact that talk i? not a leiral tender. AFTER a series of very careful ex periments, Prof. Cohn of Breslau has found that the heating of damp hay to a temperature sufficient to cause spontaneous combustion is due to a fungus. IT IS said-that thirty new one-dol lar bills weigh as much as a 20-dollar gold piece. Any one who can get hold of $50 at...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

i i CROOKED PATHS. 0\1 Sl\?f There are Plenty of Them That Need Straighten- ing Out. Dr, Talmage Shows a Wicked World How it Can be Done. BKOOKIAV, Special.The subject or to day's sermon was "'Crooked Thing's." Text, Isaiah \l, 4: "Tho crooked shall ma do straight." Geometry, from the time it was discovered on the bunks of the Nile, which, by its over flow annually obliterated the landmarks, and tho restoration of these landmarks made such a science necessary1 say, geometry, e\er since then lias been busy with lines, straight lines, curved lines, lines uncles and rones und spheres, but has never been ab'e to evolve any beauty irom a line that was merely crookfrd. The circle and theBquarewere ahvavsconsidered admir able Isaiah recognizes tne circle and says: "The Lord sits upon the circle of the earth." The altar of the ancient tabernacle was "four square," ami the breastplate of the pnests'tour square," and heaven, accord inc to St John, is "four square liut the Bible mis no uiimira...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 October 1890

i FORESTON^BREEZES. FORESTON, Sept. 29, 1890f Fr. Heuss is sojourning at Green Bay, Wis., this week. Miss Scoville, of Princeton, vis ited at Mrs. H. K. Mallette's, last "week. It is reported that E. G. Wald hoff has purchased an interest in the shingle mill. C. A. Deans moves his stock of merchandise into t"he Lochrejn building this week. Mrs. C. T. tfohnson^ and daugh ter returned home from Wisconsin last Monday. C. T. is correspond ingly happy. Our village puts forward two candidates for register of deeds, E. E. Whitney and E. E. Price. The town of Milo has a candidate for commissioner in the person of A. D. Cater. Art having moved back into the county he is now elegible for the office. UNKLE. BLUE HILL ATOMS. BLUE HILL, Sept. 27, 1890. The potato crop is just about medium. Corn the same. Another fine girl at Torkil John son's. We wish them joy. Mrs. L. H. Pratt will teach her sixth term in district, No. 27, Sherburne county, this season. L. L. Pratt will teach a four months' ter...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

.vm** VOLUME XIY. CORRESPONDENTS: of New York The Choicest and Rarest Perfumes A peciilty made on the newest and best Per fnmo that be purchased in the leading whole sale markets Tin* Finest CIR ire thnt can found anvwhere 10i unci 5^ of the best quality, bmokera, jut try litem Toilet Article*, Inc oding flne toilet caoee, tooth breHie* hair brushes, combs of all styles and eM*ry -other known variety. Princeton, Commercial Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From art To all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is First Claws in all Its ap pointments and the Aim of the Management is to make the Guests Comfortable. When visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MRS, 0, R, BARKER, ^brieto r, *-o This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is nn eq.ua led turn section of the State. The Traveling Public will here find a lfipst Class Sample^Room, FRANK HENSE, Pree't. CNAS. ERIOKSON, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

Arrest of a Desperado. A few years a^o I had a great desire to enter the United States service. I didn't cjrt in what capacity just so so loujj as I cot my living from Uncle Sam. Mentioning my desire to the United States marshal for the north ern district of Florida, it was gratifi ed. I was at onco ushered into the presence of the United States judf*.1, held up my riant hand and, with a heroism worthy of a better cause, swore to upport the Constitution of the United States, though at the time I was hardly able to support my own ewniiitntion. Taking my formida'u'ei commission and a supply of station" ary, I went back to the \illage of Dead Pine to await orders. Dead Pine is a small town so nam ed because there is a large live oak front ot the principal saloon. Dead Pine is not an imposmc place. At that time it had a little depot, some stores, ^ome mortgaged farmprs and three saloons. It also had a malai .al back country, with plenty or '"bad men" hvm in it, a couple of half stai\ed ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

"Jgt**^- I His Female Accomplice. man, who was lately wed, certa J,, dwelt in tha country far from the noise of any town. It chanced pne f.\ night that his wile fell sick, and, be ing ignorant of the ways ot women iolk he mounted his cart horse and galloped exceeding fast toward the town in search of a skillful leech. On the road he met a gaunt and withered hag, who asked him: "Whither so fast, good man?" 'To get a leech for my wife, who is sick unto death." "Know ye how to tell a good doc- tor?" "Nay, mother, I take the first which God leadeth me to Whereupon the ancient dame gave him a sprig of euphrasy and said: "Hold this to thy eyes when thou lookest at a doctor's house, and thou wilt straightway see the ghosts of those who have died from his bung ling. Take thou the doctor with the fewest ghosts." Thereafter whenever that man came to a doctor's house he held the mys tic herb to his eyes, and Oddzooks! a fearful sight met his clairvoyant gaze. Around every doctor's door shivere...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

i PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVLRY THURSDAY TE3X^livS, $2.00 Per "2"ea.x. DLNN IDITOU AND PnorniETOT OFRCS OVER RISES' STORE, MAIN R. PRLNLL'IOJS, MilNN OCT 9, lbDO BECAUSE foreign nations do not like the McKinley bill is no reason why Americans should condemn it. I\Imisc 4POLis Journal It really licgint. to look as if the finish would be between Moiriain and Owen and as i "Wilson would not be in it at the close. PKTFSIS influenced tho Mexicans in New Mexico to ote again**! the new constitution, because it made liberal provision for the public schools, and the measuic was de feated. MINNEAPOLIS TI ibune: Cincin nati biewcis aie combining to raise the pi ice of beer fiom $5.60 to $8 a bairel. The Democrats will probably chaige this distiessing move to the McKinley bill. IF Mr. Comstock wishes to be re-elected to congiess fiom this distiict he had better muzzle his home piper, the Moorhead Neios. The News means all right, but it is injmmg Mr. Comstock's chances of an election just the...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

"7 ft w&h/i m\ Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. St. Panl Minneapolis.... Princeton MUnca Dnluth ExTSwiT 4:00 P. 4:S0 6:07 JWSEPH NOKES, Adjt. Daily. 0:80 P. M. 11:15 1:87 A.M. 8:00 7:80 ....Leave ....Leav Leave Leav* Arrive ,0:00 SOUTH BOUND. Dnlntb .Leave MUaca Leave Princeton Leave Minneapolis Leave St. Paul Arrive 18:20 3:45 4:08 5:50 6:20 M. 1 1 OOINO KAST. 10:45P 8:35 A.M. 4:10 6:40 7:i0 St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. ?.?.S.?.'. Foreeionr.'Lor8Vso"A."M. I MUaca Le. 8:45P.M Milaca. 8:48 I Foreeton. 4:05 Attention, G. A. Resrulnr meetings of the Wallace RineS Post, G. A. R. No. 142, will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, in their hall, over Caley'e swarorooniB, Princeton, Minn. PHINEAS GATES, Commander. FRATERNAL LODGE, No. 92, A. & A. "Resjnlar communications, second Wodnesdny of each month. There will he special commnnications of Fra ternal lodge No. 92 A. & A. M. on the 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings of each month. Wa. C...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

sw MThe Princeton Union. DUNN, Publiaher.^ Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. ACCORDING to the official reports, the number of abandoned farms in Vermont now reaches 3,000. IT IS stated on good authority that the factories of England, France, Germany and Holland produce about 77,000,000 pins daily. FRENCH physiologists have found that alcohol produces the same ef fects, including a derangement simi lar to delirium tremens, on dogs as on men. CHICAGO'S territorial area requires a standing army to preserve order. A street car was held up and robbed within the city limits the other even ing". WHILE sleeping in the railroad station at Pittsburg a traveler dreamed that his father was drowning before his eyes, and his pitiful appeals for help alntost created a panic. THE form of real estate deeds in the state of New York has been re duced from three pages to one, and the cost of recording is less than half what it used to be. A good ex ample for other states. Ox the occasion of a recent fet...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

3 THE HOLY LAM). [What Br. Talmage Saw and Learned During his Visit There. The First of a Series of Ser mons About the Sacred PlacesInPalestine. BROOKLYN, Special Thin is the first sermon in a course of Sabbath morning sermons on "Mj Recent Journey Through the Holj Land and Neighboring CountriesWhat I Saw and What 1 Learned." Out oi the sixty-Jour millions of our present American population and the millions of our past, only about 5,000 ham erer visited the Holy Land. Of all those who cross to Europe, less than 5 per cent, ever get ns far as Home, and less I than 2 per rent, ever get to Athens and less than a quarter of 1 per cent, ever get to Pnl eatine. Of the less than a quarter oi 1 per -cent, who do go to the Holy Land, some see nothing b'i the noxious insects and the filth of the Oriental cities, and come back wishing they had never gone. Of those who see much i of interest and come home, only a small por. tion can tell what they have seen, the tongue unable to report tho eje....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1890

k f\ SPENCER BROOK ITEMS. SPENCER BROOK, Oct. 23, 1800. Mr. F. Ellingwood is on a visit with friends in Minneapolis. Chas. Shcarston and Geo. Pat ten, jr., commenced Tuesday morn ing: to thresh oats that will yield about 3,000 bushels. Walker Brothel's shipped* a car load of hogs from Princeton, Tues day morning. Ike buys anything from a teal duck up to a seven foot ox. G. W. Patten commenced Mon day morning to harvest 35 acres of potatoes, and Maurice Thompson, si\, has taken from the ground 2,000 bushels. A Swede man from Minneapolis named Blomgren, Avho married a Spencer Brook girl, was here and contracted for a car load of pota toes delivered at Princeton, last Monday. Dr. Whiting got the nomination for the legislature at the Demo cratic convention at Anoka last week. It would be handy to have the doctor there next winter as the Republican members need lots of prescriptions. The work on the Clough ranch is going on nicely. With' a force of about -20 men a large amount of work ca...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. CORRESP ONDENTS: of New Yoik The Choicest aud Rarest Perfumes A specialty made on the newest and best Per ume that can be purchased in the leading whole sale markets The Finet Cigars that can be found anywhere 10* and 5s of the best quality. Smokers, just try them Toilet Articles, including fine toilet cases, tooth brushes, hair brushes, combs of all styles and kinds Toilet Soat every other 1 Princeton, Itt SBWiS_.lj WEST SUPERIOR, Commercial Princeton, Minn., H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From ant To an Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is Pirst Class in all Its op poihttnente, and the Aim of the Management is to make the Guests Comfortable When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN. MRS. 0. B. BARKER: Proprietor. Tfate excellent Hotel is centrally located, is on equaled in this section of the State The Traveling Public will here find a Mrst .Class Sample...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

^5 fS P^ itfH fe" PEN PICTURE OF PLUMB. -4 JtEPVr.LIC.LX SEXA.T01S WHO TlilXKti AXJ ACTS FOli JfMJWfM^ A ConliUngr In the IConffli, He Works Ltko a Trojan While Making His Sppocho"*MiiHvmlar Oratory nml Un conscious l!ai so(llsm A bull in a china shop exactly de scribes Plumb in tho Senate. Tall, broad, stout, lit1 stands upon his firm logs, throws back his h.g head, throws out his big chost, and tos^o* defifenco to all cornel's and destruction to all breakables. He is the very pictuie of a rough-and-ready farmer from the wild and woolly West. PJumb is a lawyer, and never was a -former, so far as I can discover, for up to the time he left Ohio for Kansas, in 18oG, at the ago of 19, he had done very little sinco his "chore" days outside the print- ing office in Xenia, here Whitelaw Roi" aned learned i__ ar fho reserva th V" y&jj^jjjffl tive at adjoining cases. Buti'iumb is more farrtver SRKATOR P. B. 1MJM3. like thttll the horniest handed granger in the Sttte of Kansas, and if th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

l'\ 11 ft' fc- 4"1 ty m'i 1 *&- Beautiful Story on Which the Well Knowa 8*nff Waa Founded. t, Fow aro probably the persons 'who have not ono time or other heard the Sunday -school song, "A Light in the Window." Uuloss I am mistaken it is founded upon a story told upon the little Islaud oE Sylt, but whieh might easily have its oxact counterpart on al most any seashore whore a mother's heart beats with yearning lovo for hor sailor son and keeps its fond promise from night to night. Amoug the simple fisher folks on tho islaud lived a woman and her sou. as her only child, the pride of hor heart as well as the source of constant dread, for the boy loved the sea as his father before had loved it, and nothing gave him so much pleasure as to watch the incoming tide tumble its curling waves over the sands. N sooner was he strong enough to wield an oar or steer a boat thau he joined the en in their fishing expeditions. The mother, with all hor fears and the fate of a long line of sailors ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

3 ft .8- PRINCETON UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TBBMS, $2.00 E'e TTeax. R. C. DUNN. EDITOR ANT PHOVRIETOT. OFFICE mi RISES' STORE, mm ST, PRINCETON, MINN., OUT. 16, 1S9Q.elected MINNEAPOLIS Tribune: The in creased tariff on shotguns is also worrying the Democrats considera bly. It adds to the cost of their favorite southern argument. IT sooms to us that the plain duty of every Republican this Ml ia to give the legislative ticket hearty and whole souled support.Boyalton Banner. That is just what the UNI ON pro poses to do and is doing. SMALLEY, secretary of the Democratic State Central commit tee, estimates Owen's vote at 30,- 000, of Which he says 20,000 will be drawn from the Republicans, thus insuring the election of Thomas Wilson. This must be consoling to the Republican farmers. S T. CLOUD people must have laughed when they read the article headed A Babe in.the Woods" in tho reliable (3). St, Paul Globe of the 12th inst. The Globe romancer who described the disappearance and...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

Great Northern Railway. NORTH BOUND. ~Ex7Sun. St. Paul Leave Minneapolis Louv Princeton Leave MUaca Leav DulutU Arrive Dnlath Milaca Princeton Minneapolis St Paul Dally. 0.80 P. M. 11 15 1-87 A.M 2-00 7:80 4.00 p. JC 4.80 6.07 6:30 x0:O0 SOUTH BOUND 1S"20P 8 45 Lea Leave Leave 10 46P 3 85 A 4 10 6 40 7.10 4 08 5.50 6 20 .Arrive St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. IT. Railway. GOINO OEAST Le 8 20AM 8-48 GOINO WEST I MUaca .to. 3 45p Foreston 4:05 Attention, A Regular meetings of the Wallace RinesPoBt, A^R No MS, Will be held on the let and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in their hall, over Caley's arerooins, Princeton Minn PHINEAS GATES, Commander. JOSEPH NOKEB, Adjt. FRATERNAIi IiODGE, No. t)2, A & A Renlnr communications, second edneeday of each month. There ill be special communications of Fra ternal lodge No 93 A & A on the 1st and 3rd Saturdaj e\emugs of each month Wat COBDINEK, W CHAS A DICKEY, Sec. THE LOCAL MARKET. WHEATNO. 1 hard, 9Sc, No 1 Northern,87c, No 2 Nor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

Skis as fa* PU-. 2%tf Princeton Unioiil R.C.DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. ZION BRADWEIJ"L, who went at type setting at the age of 14- years, is still at the case, at the age of 77 years, in the office of the Atlanta Constitution. AT MoxTiCHiAiti batteries of ar tillery using smokeless powder kept up a fire for half an hour without their positions being discovered. lit ANSWER to the question, Should clergymen use tobnecoj the Boston Transcript says no that the clergy is absolutely overworked already in testimonializing patent medicines. THE balloon proposed for polar ex ploration is 99 feet in diameter and 500,000 cubic feet in volume. The journey is to bo begun fromSpitzber gen, and with a favorable wind is ox* pected to last four or five days. THE balloon proposed for polar ex plorations is ninety-nine Let in di ameter and 500,000 cubic feet in volume. The journey is to be begun from Spitzbergen, and with a favor able wind is expected to last four or five days. ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1890

i ON HOLY GROUND. Dr. Talmage's Second Sermon on Scenes He Saw in Palestine. Some Striking Pictures of Yiows Familiar to Bible Pieaders. BROOKLYN. N. T.. Special. Dr Tal aana^o's sub ic on Sunday wan: "My Sec ond Day in Palestine." AlUr tli* reading of the ScripturPB and two hearty BonRs of wor ship liy tht congregation, the preacher an nounced nHbistext: Ualaciunu i., 18, "I went p to Jerusalem." Aly second day in the Holy Land. We are Jopjin. It is 6 o'clock in the morning, bnt wo must start early, for by nigbt we are to be in Jerusalem, and that city is 41 miles away. We may take camel or horse, or car riage. As to day will be our last opportuni ty in Palestine for tn'king the wheel, we choose thnt. Thehur-.e with harness tnssleo. and jingling, are hitched, and, wUh a drago man in coat of many colors seated in front, we start on road which unveils within 12 hours enough to think ot for all time and all eternity. Fa IC well Mediterranean with such a blue as no one but thedivineUli...

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