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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

',' t THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 77 dtf-j & 1; I 4 1 '31 m I iiiLi A Gala Day iii Hartford, Conn. wntiqn of the country, by hundreds if nob thousands and through tho use of money, by intimidatjiou-frind other moans control voters in tho interest of-.the party in power. Those-who are posted as to'tlfo ways and means of winning votes can readily! un derstand how all this hnrrin of ftrivniMimnnf nffim'nla il rti i . .. i ----"viwviwmv wiipiiw?- tnc state avioro tnan oignt thousand soldiers, were j would bo ft ,6vep of vaSfc y tQ Hffc in line, while the streets Of the city were thronged ; int0 tUo Prasideiitiai clmil, Thn filvtv R1JP Tho 20th of September, 1S79, will long be remem bered at the capital of Connecticut, for on that day the battle (lags of the veterans of tho war of the re bellion wore deposited among the sacred archives of $ man frflfina with multitude , of people, citizens and strangers. atUl their hundreds , of sdtelites would be, so We are indebted to our friend B. W. Sp...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

k I 78 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. n- in i ' i f i o'-iif SB '' UH ' Otihor Senators took kindred views, mid on tlio that of Loo; his boots wore nearly covered with mud; ono , ., . , , ,, a , .. . ..-,i 1,.,. uuiwu uu um uujii unit i wiu outrun un wu nui wuuiu vota this abomination of BontlQy'3 was rejoctott by a it should beenit had clearly cono astray; and he woro tiHiii ! it decisive majority yeas SS, nays 8 7. no sword, while Loo was fully and faultlessly equipped. n. -... . .. u i... w. t..i ,,,. ,, . , & i.. ..n..,i .., !,,. ,ir..n i inu uuuvureKuum was not rnpiu uy any means. Jiiver.vuuuy . .uio loiiowing-niimuuauiiuwia vutvu . " e-j f0u tho overpowering iiifhienco of the scene. Every ono tlvo : Barnaul, wiyiiru, Ilaine, butler, uockfoh, , prosont ielt thoy were witnessing the proceedings between , r, ,A,. !.,... iin,.:.. ftf tii TTnfnn TiVl . the two chief actors in ouo of tho moat remarkable truns Ooke, Colliding, Conover, Davis of 111., Eaton, lid- acti0ng of thg nlnclconUl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 79 w ,r, - ft. i J P1 He Would Brag. A pnrty of young mou traveling in Europe, had among thorn citizen of our great republic who was 'bo thor oughly patriotic that ho could soo no oxoollonco in any thing yi tho 01(1 NVorl 1 ua compared with his Own couti tiy. Mountains, waterfalls, churches, monuments, scenery and all other ob.juotn of interest were inferior to what the United States could show. His companions became some what tired of his overweening boastfulncf-s and deter mined to "take him down a peg.' The party spent a winter in Home ; and one evening, having all things pro paved, they induced their Yankee friend to join a drink ing bout, and so managed that they kept sober while he got gloriously drunk. Thereupon they took him into tho catacombs, laid him carefully down, with a candle within reach, and retired a short distance out of sight to wait jfor developments. After a while their friend roused up, having slept oil' his iirst drunken stupor, and, in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 October 1879

91 MIHHHjjH ill 80 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. r & i , K SMILES. Special Announcement to all Our Friends. Among a party who wore visiting the beautiful country estate Of a.Bp$tqn business man recently, wfts a genM&nfal considerably' ih( drafted in ornithology. As they pristoU through the grounds lm nccoStcch a laborer and asked, " Baa Mr. 13 any macaws on tho place now? " Rest ing from his labors, the son of Erin replied, ''MoC.iws, is it? Begornv I non'J.- remember any of that name, but down ftioro i& two1 McGinuosses at' worrk orninst the barn." A widow, whose husband was killed in a railroad acci dent, Sues the company and recovers $5,000 damages.' A man who lost his,lpg in the same accident sues in the same court and gets $15,000. The widow waylays the judge and charges him with unjust discrimination in valu ing a log at three times as much as a whole man. That is not the point, my deaiMnadam," says the urbane judge. "Even with $15,000 the man caunot buy a leg as good as t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

w w S & EC, m I m 1 15 x-s JjA Crvriv a sSi jWJilk ' Hut M 8lonU Moimn t'n'cf r in' fares fa of the Soldiers mid itihrs of the hi fa ivnr, nnd Ull 'crisidiiers of 'he $fmted iiifa$l -- - jT - - t rr - -.. Published hy Tlu ") - ua' n ArAcirrvn'iviv in n vm-VMiMn io-n ( TERM S, FIFTY GENTS PEE YEAR . uii. nrrA", j t . a.MU.u iv, i. V.. . j Ji.uuijix, toil. - c.w,,.!..,,... ii.,,n ....f v.... .... .,.. I OJJVl. 11U VII VVWJIIVO Clll 1 I V "11 AHJUUOU Vt,r) if-fr-ll,,., ( Art o rmmrnt, tht ,,mrnt our l.nrrl. ilf). the, Offlce n this t.ihrtt. 'an nf'nnorfm.itr 'lihinflttn, 0. C. i ' NATIONAL TEIBUNE COMPANY. 1 IKjHBIlBllHllllliliilHiiP EQUESTRIAN TaTUE OF MAJOR-GENERAL GEORGE H. THOMAS. Ever desirous to please our soldier friends and to memory of its beloved and eminent eummander, of this mouth, in the presence of a vast concourse of ,, increase the popularity of our papor, we hero pre- General George II. Thomas. Wo have received this people. It stands at tho intersection of Vermont ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

82 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. H Ef It Mi If si t " If- VfilI HE 11 I) 4 '! It 5'! ' n m l i R.i ft! Ail! B& fte a mns'ftivi grttnHe block bus, about twontv foot "Will thoy oat you?" some on inquired : for there was i i mm ;, r - -i m i fii, r. i,?'i. , ia riiify of spectators around, tho performers by this time, high. rl hr granfl worlt is nbOM (Wtwn foot high, So 1koy ft8 not f lh6y X and you lay that tin- total bright wlllbs about thirty-five foot. It lyouraolf out to bo eoton, bid i a()A tiioir'" habit to go for r.n! nxrnv 4J11 OHO If urill In thflt Hi O-lnH ' MmM flosll, RftpUs, Hilts, barrios, bugs Mild Ally small cost ovot $40,000. II will be seen that the fcKn-lglmo thoy Jftn p!ck up glltiBfles tlloif immblo' patttos rt otis old horo bnu juft relied in his magnificent, horse j a general thing." , , ' on tho summit of a rifclri uclWity, ni-ff lo take a LTho Jo-ayl lioBtlor GlisiJ swooping Mftw of the batllcuelUv The hl)rsos, bead 8tyio : A . is llu'ownnk nittf Ufcuv the ruler's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

:J 'S',. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 83 -' - " " - ii .-- t ",",,; "",::' ,""".' Br fc Gs. m m mb f5. (nv ii. ustCfSOi, And wJiooTro discharged on account of disease wf$5ffcv V1 J110- Wft' -f du& .-anil musifeihnsf enlisted as above and discliarlrrifl bv reasfin of rtfanfint.hWiiPrt nP The Brakoman's Story. 'Yos, sir," said tho brakomnn, as ho Blood by tho hiovo wnimmg ins numbed bands, altar coming in from bands, boforo a service oC twd years, arc onlitlcid to $100 brakomg. " People thiuk as thov il: hnm in tbni,. w, hmmiv ,.nt,Mri fi.A.. ZJL.7J::.::: ?,. l":t t0 i.UL' scats and only hear us call out tho diflbront station,, Umb Act, April" 22, 1872. ' V L" """r C U a nic' soa' casy timo- wfc wo know hotter. Remarks: This class avo notoutitled to tho AmiiTrmrAt. XIH.IKIUO yoursou out on a Jlat car all wight with tho snow bounty of $100 provided by the net of Coheres annVovod dashing ,to your face, your hands on a cold iron brake. July 28, 1800. Y onycssappiovcd titled to this Bounty, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

84 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. h l ill t U M B '! 1 I U I V 'f R 4SJ) Sis-fc. . ntoroa at tho Poat-Ofllooat WnsMnglon as2tl-elass matter Washington, J. 0., November, 1870. " Co carp fftr him whn has bome the buttle, and for hU loiilvtB ami orphan" Ainu ham Lincchn. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE POSTAGE PREPAID. 0,ne copy One Year .... 50 Gonts Five Copies, " $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gctter-up of Club,) 4.00 For every fifteen subscribers we receive from any party we will forward our "National Tribune dock " free, said party paying express charges. Ho may send a few names at a time, at 50 cents each, and when the fifteen are made up the clock will be forwarded. A specimen number of our paper sent free, on re quest. Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. B. See our article in another column in re gard to forming clubs to procure " The National rrfiBUNS clock," in combination with The Na tional Tribune. J2gr To Subscribers. When changing your address plea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

" i' 1 1 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 85 3SC t II? 4 4 I An Admirable Article. In connection with this subject, of the Sixty-Surgeon bill, the administration of the Pension Office, soldiers-, attorneys, &c , we publish the following editorial from that able and influential journal, called "The Nation," published in New York city The soldiers of the country owe this writer a deep feeling of gratitude for the interest ho exhibits, as their defender, against wrong and outrage, by one who should be their protector. But to the " Nation's " article. Its editor says . the affiant before a magistrate after notice to the appli cant's attorney, and thus without any of the cumbrous machinery of the now bill or tho underhand, irresponsible spying now adopted reach tho desired end. First of all, howovor, tho Commissioner should understand that he is the almoner of the Government, not the enemy of tho pen sioners ; and that tho poverty-stricken suitor at his office is ill-treated if ho does not have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

i fi ;!R1 86 the National tribune. u ' i lit i U t E i. K tmxspanknte' Column. S&timtlt'SHOMKSTWAnKlV IfAS.ll. A. uftl.li ht fhi.tinr i.f. tlln imn iff nlirlii. vnm5. 1 1 i7.od. It. A. onllatod In the nmiy during tho , throe years. In 1&70 ho located a hoihostond. Q. Oan ( make tinal proof mid obtain a patent for his homestead 1 r ho now A. Wo IHCO!isuin,N. " Tlio Arrears of Pension law dooH not inakmuiv provision for an earlier commoneotnant of pension to a dependent lather, whoro the mother mrvlvad ilia aotdler-as in .,.. rtAiin frimi t.l turmihullon nf tho rhrht of the mother. vw. vi.is v..... -- -.... ... ...-. ... .. .. vtiiirn. i lis iili iii'i ii ii 1111& it;. The right ol iheinouioriennmiw also, his service In tho army of Itsolf imulo Him a citizen of tho in iiiv u..vU ui ... t.w..M., j .v wu ........ rn,j0,i slftt(s. Ho should apply to tho Jlogisror or do ntitsoomty obstaolo to his making final proof. An nx-soidlor IU onlv ronulrod to remain unon nnd Improve a h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

THE r.N4TJONALnXRIRUNE, 87 C V. Kft, r r t w p id !S Sue. 7. l)oclHrnt.ioiisiniM.sioiicluimsnmybonm(lobo-l'ist of the Battles of the War of tKe Rebellion fpupjany mumbcr 01 luponslon oonhiitosiori providedToi'bj4 .L.at. 'ILion' jQ t.. , ,.u ,,w uo wiuiu miu uniuuis ii.imiui in socuion foiiy-sovou hundred and fourteen of the Roviscd Stritutos'. Sko. 8. Section forty-seven hundred and suvonly-six of tho Itaviscd Statutes ia boi'oby amended so as to road as follows : "The Secrotary of the Intorior is authorized to appoint a duly cmalified suron nfc mntliAnl mrm. wi.n shall perforin such duties in the adjustment of pension claims as shall bo prescribed by the Commissioner of Pen sions. lilS Salni'V shall 1n f-.wn tfiMiftnnrl flv hmiiwwi ,11 lars per annum." Skc. 1). Jt shall be unlawful for any attorney, agont, or other person to demand or receive for his services in a pen sion case a greater sum than twonty-fivo dollars. No fee contract shall bo filed hereafter in anv case. Tn all nnnr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 November 1879

-rt"iJ,J.i'iM-, ,'i-'(iri .V " yrv-- jftiiu.. L k I; 88 1?H NATIONAL TRIBUNE. . r 'I fe 1 m 11 , ' MfSI : u: E! .ft ii Tho Aiigel of Castle Thunder. Tho burning of the famous Confcdoralo military prison at Richmond, Castlo Thmidci, has called up a multitude of .reminiscences of tho building and its twin, Libby Prison. Major Batten, a former warden of Castlo Thun der, said to iv nowspapor correspondent : Tho burning of Oastlo Thunder rominds mo of a sad and romantic cpi sodo interwoven with the history of that famous prison. It is tho story of the " Angel of Castle Thundor." Tho friends and of sweethearts of thoprisonors wore constantly writing to them. I have witnessed many heart-rending scones in tho prison. In this prison all persons suspected of sympathy with tho Union wore confined, as woll as Confederate prisoners. Tho meeting and separation be tween a mothor and a child, or between a sweotheart and hor lovor, as they would cling to each other, and, with tears and sobs, separat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

34 ' Y m ; ,t ' M M Ml gy I t? Stouihfy gfournHl ttevohd to tfw mhvtnk of the aldiars mid xilor8 of Hit hit wnvt mid nil mmatmn of-the gutted inte$. t- ruuiishecl by Tho 1 -vr TTuTvr 10 TIT A aT-TT-VTrnnxT Ti H TT?rvtfVf"D-nir iQfro f TEEMB.FIFTY OENTBEBB YEAB. r j i ii.? .i v j.-. 11 uiixxiuxva. -r vy.j a-'AvxaiT--J-J-xt;j aui 1 EATIONAL TRIBUNE COMPANY. Kntcrtd according t Ad eOongrtt$, n Ml fear 0 our Lvri, 1818, ih Ojfk oftto Ubni Um eCongreti, at tfiMngton, 0. 0. Specimen Oopios sent Free on Bequest. ITob Tna National Tridunk Richmond, on the James., , A soldier boy from Franklin, - Lay gasping on the Held, When the battlo shock was over. And tho foo was forced to viola. He fell, that faithful hero, Fore deadly fooman's alms, On tho gory plains or battle, Near to Richmond, on tho James, A soldier stood beside him, His conmule In the fray. They had long been friends together, Down to childhood's happy clay; And side by sldo thoy struggled. Through scenes of blood and flames, But...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

90 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. ;! mi J if u II" if M if i4 001155' (ftotTCspcmbmce. Fob Thk National, TnmoKK. Welcome Home. Una addxcescd to the Ohio 100th Volunteer Infantry. pWTolcome! weleoraol hark tha greeting. ovinoh iromcacn lovoa voice now cornea, Amid the soanding of the trumpets, JFAud tho ro) line of tho drums. Welcome home from Holds of gory, - Sscred evormoro hi story, Wen by you in battle gory: , Welcome home. f ' ,f Welcomo J welcome 1 up the rlvor Over mountains, down tho coasts, Your mission ever to deliver, f Marched your patriotic hosts. . . .At tho Vattle now just baiting, . V Over strong entrenchments vanltixig- Who can stand your flevco assaulting? Welcomo homo. ' Welcome 1 welcome ! God who kept yo' All these weary days agone, Though of comrades he bereft you, Ho but gathered up Ills own. May Ho guide you by Ilia power, When death shall upon you lower, And illume the darkest hour Welcome homo. Welcomo I wolcomol for the Bleeplnjf Heroes, In their distant graves, We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

. - fl r ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 91 II' i,- 1 1 1 1 1 A im J"38 .jii I fr Who aro and Who ara not Entitled to Bounty Under Existing Laws. As wo are constantly in receipt of inquiries concerning Bounties, wo publish tho subjoined remarks for tho infor mation of our readers, who aro advised to pasto the same in their scrap-books, for ready referonco, prdvidod they do not keep a regular illo of tlio paper: Class i. Those Who enlisted in tho Arrny for TiinEK years botweon May 4, 1801 and July 32, 1801, and who wore actually mustered into tho TJnitod States service pri or to August 0, 1801, and who woro discharged on account of disease contracted in tho lino of duty, and musicians enlisted as abovo and discharged tey reason of discontinu ance of bands, bofore a sorvico of two years, are entitled to $100 bounty, provided tbey have not received tho same. (Sco Act April 22, 1872.) Remarks: This class aro not entitled to tho additional Jjbimty provided by tho act of Congress approved July 28...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

92 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. .t, t t is in. it i' m N tw H. t . I iii 2$ MmpSw f Entered At tho TostOfllco at Washington ns -it-clnss matter Merry Christmas ! Washington, D. C, December, 1879. "To care for him who has borne the battle and for hit widow and orwxiw."- Abraham Lincoln. TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE TOSTAQE PREPAID. One copy One Year ... 60 Gouts Five Copies, " $2.00 Ten copies, (with extra copy to gettor-up of Club,) 4.00 Eor every fifteen subscribers we receive from any party we will forward our " National Tribune Clock " free, said party paying express charges. He may send a few names at a time, at 50 cents each, and when the fifteen are made up the clock will be forwarded. A specimen number of our paper sent free, on re quest Terms for advertising furnished upon application. N. B. See our article in another column in re gard to forming clubs to procure " The National Tribune clock," in combination with The Ra tional Tribune. To Sul8criber8. W7ten changing you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. 08 Tho Grand Army of tlio Bepublic. i This social and charitable organization was estab lished for benevolent purposes. Oho of its leading aims was to protect and aid the widows and orphans of dead eoinrados, and the wounded and disabled. To this end the organiza tion stands pledgod to use all legitimate effort. For this purpose members contribute of their own money and of the funds of tho several Posts. For this purposo they lend their influence as individuals and as an organization to all worthy charitios. For this purposo they take a deep and abiding interest in the character and scope of tho national legislation as to bounties and ponsions, and in the offices by which this legislation out to bo carried out. Tho ponsion system of the "United States should be closely scrutinized; its modes of operation should be clearly understood ; the legislation necessary to protect it should be thoroughly discussed ; its praise should be uttered when it deserves praise, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

a . - V A 94 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. nidn I iTui it 'fifiiiairiiriinii-llii im J M il 'H it Commissioner Bontloy's Bill A'gain. ., , This bill has All tho vitality of ft cab; hi fa6fc It ox- cccds the proverbial nine lives of t'hat interesting animal The work of the office 8ijiee this scsaidii commenced Ims been largely oast upon the deputy, while tho Commi&sioher is buttonholing members of Congress into the support of his pot measure. Ho has modiil 1 his measure in sohio very trifling particulars, but the groat and controlling inconveni ences and impracticabilities remain. Wo will only hero refer to two, to which we in vite candid attention. The Commissioner stated at tlhe close of the last session that these new " board's' were not only to examine new applications and undetermined cases on file, but were also to re-examine all that had heretofore been alloxvcd. This was the theory ad vocated by his friends in tlve Senate in the debate of March 1, 1879. There are in round numbers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE. V f , i n. i i ' ' ' i n " '"S" t i-f- iiT. Tin 1 him. i . i. ii. ii i ii .1, ..mi . I., .ii.ini I ). ;"'rf - 05 ! ' m X h I ;& Mr. Lincoln's Sitrongth. Fow are awaro of the physical strength possessed by Mr. Lincoln, In oittsqular poyror he was one in h thou sand. One morning wliilo on deck lio snr an ax in a socket on the bulwarks, and taking it np held it at, arm's 5ongtb at t1e eifcrcmity witbliia thvuub and forofihger, continuing to hold it there iov a nnmboi1 of minutes. The mopt ixworfuUailoron board tried in vain to imitate him. Mr. Lincoln said ho dould lo this when lie was but eigh teen years of age, and hud pevof seen a day since that time when ho could, not. It occurred to rho whoa roadintf the details of the plot that terminated in tho dculth of tho President, that his ab duction, which was at one time proposed by tho conspira tors, would have resulted very disastrously to those whp Bhould have tho temerir.v to undertake it. Thd plan pro , V, p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 1 December 1879

96 THE NATIONAL. TRIBUNE. HE fc. J l i a m 11 fssm 1 I'fW s MJ fc'l i if Wi i 4 1 i il mm Mi 1m nfrvn i irt " AnArkansaw Traveler. The following is tho original dialogue from which was conceived tho famous storv of "The Arkansaw Traveler" A lost and bewildered Arkinsaw Traveler approaching tho cabin of a Squatter, about forty years ago, discovered the proprietor seated on an old whisky barrol near tboj door, partly sheltered by tho eaves playing a fiddle, when' the following dialogue onsucdt the SquattoratilUcontinuing to play tho samo part over and over. Travelor Ilallo strangor! SquatterHallo yourself. T. Can I get to stay all night with you? S.You can got to go to Ji-lJ, T. Have you any spirits hore? ' ' S. Lots of 'em. Sal saw one last night by that thar old gun and it nearly skeored her to death. T. You mistake tho moaning, have you any liquor? S. Had some yesterday, but old Bose begot in and lap ped all uvit out'n tho pot. T. You don't understand, I dontmean pot liquor, I'm we...

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