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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

THE P-TTSBTJKG " DISPATCH. SATTO3DAY, JTTKE 22, THE MARKET BASKET. Strawberries and Raspberries in Bountiful Supply. KEW POTATOES DEIFOKG LOWER. A. .Scarcity of Late Fish, Charged Up to Ohio Prohibition. THE OCCUPATION OP FLORISTS GONE OFFICE OF PITTSBURG DISPATCH, 1 Feidat. June 21, IS&.S Vegetables and Iruit are in good supply, but below standard as to quality on account of rainy weather. Strawberries' are not com jmr in in the best shape, and for the best, prices are firmer than for a few days past. Raspberries, both red and black, are coming freely, and tha time for the strawberry for this season approaches its end. Ripe cnrrants are found on the stalls for the first time the past week. New potatoes aro drifting downward. Cabbage should sell at low prices, as produce jobbers report that the buyer can name his own figures. A Diamond market vender of fruits and veg etables reports trade this week as an improve ment on last week. Said he: "Stuff is coming in in rather bad sbapo...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 22 June 1889

ma V! . TKT y!jl 12 CROPS ASP BUSINESS. The Prospect Ahead for Both in This Section of the Country. MORE THAK AH AYEEAGE YIELD Is Expected, Although the Wet Weather Has Retarded Corn. BUSDfESS OUTLOOK GENERALLY FAIR. From present indications the crops of "Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and "West Virginia will be above the average. In some sections wet weather and similar causes have operated to the disadvantage of certain staples, but in few cases does this react any disastrous extent, and in many locaUitie the harvest promises to be unusual in its abundance. In a general sense the business outlook is rerv fair. The disaster in the Cenemaugh "Valley of course completely prostrated trade in that section, which can, therefore, hardly be considered in the estimate. Uncertainty in some lines has had a depressing effect, but the outlook for the future is considered to be bright in almost all quarters. Build ing operations, in particular, are active, and this is taken as a sure indica...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

llfflEU Jest Cases to be Shortly Be . gun by Several Damaged by the -Flood. MANY MILLIONS INVOLVED. Jolin Thomas & Sons, "Who 1 Lost $150,000, Vffl at Once Enter Suit AGAINST THE SPORTSMEN. If They ,Are Successful, Scores of Similar Suits Will Sure ly Follow. COMPEOMISES FOR 50 PERCENT. May, be Satisfactory to Most of Plaintiffs, trat That Would Hake the Sum Total the MT 1 CENT LESS 'THAU' 20,000,000 A movement is now on foot among the citizens of Johnstown to cue the South Pork Pishing Club for damages caused by the latejdisaster. The firm of. John. Thomas & f Son, who lost heavilv, will set the ball roll- fng'by bringing a suit for $150,0001 A strong legal fight wiir be made, and if the plaintiffs sncoeed their example will doubt less be followed by other business men. iFBOM A STAFr COKRESrONUEST.3 JOHSSTOWr, Jnne 22. "As soon as Horace Bose, attorney, recovers, we will take steps to bring a test suit for 5150,000 damages against the South Fork.Fishing Club," said W. B. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

T$r 80 , Xt.iV W!w viiTS s THE kETTSBTJRG D1SEA.T0H, SUKDAT, JUNE 23, 1889. PCV m i 1 IE DELEGATE EACH . Is Likely to Constitute the ftew Ward Representation FOE COUNTY COFVMTKWS Republicans in Boroughs and Totvii sliips to be Similarly Fixed. SOME PROBABILITIES IN RULES. Sub-Chairman Gripp Tells Why no Meeting Was Held Last Bight. EX-JUDGE FTTEMAN ON THE PLASS The sub-committee of the Republican County Executive Committee, appointed at the last meeting to revise the rules for rep resentation in the county convention, was to have met last evening at 7:30 o'clock. The committee consists of John Gripp, "Walter Lyon, "William Germon, and "William Flinn as ex-officio member, he bavins been the last County Chairman. Owing to the ab sence of Mr. Lyon and Mr. Germon, no meeting was held. Chairman Gripp. sticking out his head from the second-story window at 2To. 10 Montour way at 11 o'clock last night, said: "We didn't have a meeting, because we couldn't get a quorum. If we make any change ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

BhKJKdBHEfi3tfpWlWSpM ihxvi- W7P vww"Tfnw? rvwfPjPTs ?"? rs' !yJ?RW?7 w tffr ( THE PITTSBUEd- DISPATCH, "SUNDAY; JUNE 23, 1889 '8- 1NZ SUlTSPOl CHANGES t May Possibly Ha?e Influence on the Unprecedented Kainfall. A TALK WITfl PBOF. F. W. VERY Is Productive of Interesting Information on the Weather. J1ESOLTS EXPECTED FEOH THE CAMERA A -risit to the Allegheny Observatory and a chat with the professors "who dwell among the stars," is always prolific of new information about that ot which man knows eo little the world o'er head. One of these trips was made by a Dispatch reporter yesterday. The Observatory was deserted. Sottly knocking, then going inside, a stroll through the workshop, the different libraries and at last into the rotunda where the creat telescope is situated failed to disclose the men who flirt with the man in the moon. Mr. Brashear had left his home lor the city previous to the reporter's visit He had been chasing the sun's spots with a camera around the yard back of th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

HBSE?dl m?&w s? wsm M3F, ' ffmtw. f'fr' , ? i $ Mf v. THE PITTSBURG UISHA.TOH, 'SUNDAY, JUNE 23 1880. Ss5SBB f x- As Biptl 0 ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, ISM. Vol., No.130. Entered t Pittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SST, as seeona-class matter. Business Office 87 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing Eouse 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street Eastern Advertising Office, Koom 46, Tribune Building, J,cw orfc. Average net circulation of the dally edition of ZEX DiBrxTCU for six months ending June 1, 1839, 27,824 Copies per Issue. v Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of Tux Dispatch for May, 1839, 47,468 Copies per issue. TEKSIS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FEE IN THE C.MTED STATES, DAILY Dispatch, One iar (8 00 Dailt Dispatch, 1'er Quarur 2 00 Dailt Dispatch, One Month 7u Dailt Dispatch, including feunday, lyear. 10 oo dailt DlSPATClLlncludlnx Sunday,3m'tlia. I SO Dailt DisPATcn, Including Sunday.l month W bUKDAT DlsrATCH, One lear : SO "Weekly Dispatch, One lear 1 15 The Dai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

fCitsjlMmMLTZA -C5 H&sWrq SH W $? '' $ THE PITTSBURG .DISPATCH, SUtTDAT, jTUNE 23, .1889. I T i i -ilni II-- I. . . -. - . . . gn .. t.i , i T, j. - ... . . - . , . r 'Iff ANGRY PROTEST .Made by Citizens of Johnstown '"Against the Payment oi Taxes. THEI HOPED TO ESCAPE THIS YEAR, But Kotice is Given That the Collector Will Tisit Ihem as Usual. i. MAN WHO SAW THE DAM BREAKING Bays That lie Orcifliwins Water Wu the Cause of AH Hie Vxmtzt. Kotice that Cambria county taxes will be due in July has been received in Johns town. The people are generally indifnant, as they had hoped to escape paying taxes this year. Two banks are open and manu facturing enterprises are to start. A man -nho lived near the South Fork tells how the dam broke. IFROM A STATF CORSXSPOXDEIfT.l J0HjJSTO'vrx,3une 22. County Treasurer Howe notified the people to-day that he would be in Johnstown July 3 to collect the county tax. Many have been under the impression that no taxes would be gathered this year. When th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

r'lTrl 7 ?m TErxrm 6 THE PITTSBURG- ' DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1889. 4 IV . E Armstrong's Speedy Horso Wins Another Derby. CHICAGO'S GBEAT EYEXT. Teemer Figuring on a Trip Across the Atlantic WINNERS AT SHEEPSHEAD BAY. McClelland Beats Nikirk in an Exciting Local Foot ace. GENERAL SPOETING NEWS OP TEE DAI The Winner. At Chicago First race: Marchma, 1; Robin .Hood, 2. Second race: Penn P, 1; Monita Hardy, 2. Third race: Spokane, 1; Sorrento, 2. Fourth race: Pat Donovan, 1; St. Nick, 2. Filth race: Red Light, 1; Protection, 2. AT Sheepshead Bat First race: Drizzle, 1; Bectare, 2. Second race: Bine Rock, 1; Ben Harmon, 2. Third race: Iaverwick, 1; Bene dictine, 2, Fourth race: Inspector B, 1; Tea Tray, 2. Fifth race: Toroso, 1; CuybuKO, 2. At Kansas Citt First race: Bridcelicht 1: Lizzie B, 2. Second race. Churchill Clark, 1; Thankful, 2. Third race: L.HL Fourth St. Albans, 1: Virginia, 2. Fifth race: The Elk, 1: Leruan,2. SPOEANE ONCE MORE. Xoah Armstronc'a Wonder Win. the Ameri can...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

" i BDBKE IS A BAD MAN. Believed to Have Been Ensaged in "Wore Than the Cronin Murder. AKOTHER BDSPECTKOW ARRESTED V He Was a Constant Boon Companion of the Winnipeg Prisoner. ANEW WITNESS APPEAUS IN THE FIELD With His Sifteth'art. He Saw Ue trio That Carted Awaj the Body. The coils are tightening around Martin Burke, now in jail at Winnipeg for alleged complicity in the Cronin tragedy. The authorities assert that his connection with the crime will be shown beyond the shadow of doubt. One orb.it companions was ar rested last evening, and the police have a clew to the other suspect, Cooney. A new witness has volunteered important testi mony. . Chicago, June 22. A new arrest was made this afternoon in the Cronin case. The i risoner is Michael "Walsh, a plumber, who has been working at Joliet. He knew Martin Burke, the Winnipeg suspect, in Chicago. Burke, it is reported, turned up in Joliet the day alter the Cronin tragedy, and remained with "Walsh practically penni less, until June 9 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

wsaa 'Is' 7?fr M r. 'J w tye "-'3 -. f.,iifei ,f fit rq ! " 1 . - ., THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, - SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1889!- KHUBM t OYEKMAGAM FALLS. The Perilous Experiment to be Made at the Great Cataract. GRAHAM WILL BISK LIFE AGAIN In a Xeir Boat of Eis Own Design That Has Just Been Completed. DESCRIPTION OF THE QUEEE CEAFT. Oafa, the Minstrel Jap, Proposes to iccanpmj the Bold Nanjator. Another foolhardy effort to jump the great Horseshoe cataract ita safety at Niagara is to be made about July 1. Carlise Graham lias constructed a new boat in which he pro poses to make the attempt He will be ac companied by a Japanese minstrel. Xiagaea Falls, June 22. About July 1 Carlisle D. Graham, who has made many dangeroas experiments at this point, irill make an attempt which may eclipse all other performances at Niagara, or which may result in his death. Mr. Graham has been hard at work for the last two months, at London, Ont., building what he calls a barrel lifeboat, and in this he proposes ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

MfffrgW WWf: - TP-& 'Vr THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH f.l SECOND PART, JM1--1- . v i I J PAGES 9 TO 16. J SOME ARTISTIC GEMS. A Grand Collection of Taintings, the Masterpieces of the GREATEST OP FBEKCH ARTISTS. The Dethroned Copper King's Famous Gallery to be Dismantled. SOME HCTEEES WITH HISTORIES COBBESrONTJEXCE OF THE PISPATCH.3 A B. I S. June 5. The sale of the celebrated collec tion of paintings by modern and old masters, and of water colors and drawings formed by M. Secretan, e x President of the copper syndicate, begins here in Paris, the first of next month. Not since the dispersal of the celebrated San Don ate gallery has there been teen in Paris such a dispersion of valuable pictures as will be witnessed at this auction. That memorable event occurred in 1863, in the gallery where aow stands the Theater 'Nouveautes, in the Boulevard desltaliens, and the total proceeds amounted to as much as 5900,000. Such a thing had never been seen belore, and it was thought that the like wou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

FiBH 7PJTJWF,lp -TJ5&1 'W-flgB-f- 10 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, - SUNDAY, JUNE" 23, . 1889. is CLARA BELLE'S CHAT. A Talk on the Delights and Annoy ances, of Traveling Alone. THE QUEER PEOPLE ONE MEETS, And the Well-Meant Efforts of Trainmen to lie Entertaining. BUYING 0KE CHICKEN FIVE TIMES CCOEEESPOXDENCE OF THE DISPATCH. New Yoke, June 22. It is funny how people fancy themselves unobserved in a theater. Ah well! what is one to do in a great city like this? "What chance have the innocent, foolish and exuberant young things who want to be alone together. If they are simply fond of eacn other and in spired constantly with a desire to talk to each other about it where, oh! where, shall they go? Parks? Impossible. Nursemaids and policeman, you know. Cab? Awful cobble stones and racket Luncheon? It won't do to have a private room, and, even so, there is always the waiter. The theater is, after all, about the only resort left Time was when, if there was money enough to buy a box, a tw...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

BHi sawas X f.r 1 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, 'STJ1TDAY, JUNE 23,' 1889. t 11 JHE MUSIC WOKLD. lamrnratipn of the Butler Street M. E. Church Organ By WONDEBFOL BLIND ORGANIST. Magnificent Instrument Full of Sweet, Melodious Tones. OSSIP ABOUT ODE LOCAL MUSICIANS The new organ erected for the Butler treet H. E. Church by the Granville "Wood ; Son Pipe Organ Company, of North ville, lien., was inaugurated last Friday even ig in the presence of an amiable audience lat comfortably filled the prettily remod led auditorium. The programme was as illows: Torchlieht March Meyerbeer ' -lorcn"EU Mr. i)avld 11. Wood, The eminent organist of St. Stephen's P. E. iue Church. Philadelphia. Pa. ontiauel'ourNoel D'Adams " w" Mr. li. B. Brockett ately returned front European Conservatories. " Andante from Symphony J o. 3 Mozart Mr. Daiid 1. Wood. , usercnau BoEslni jlrs. W. B. Wolfe and Mr. IL B. Brockett. Extemporization Better Mr. Carl Better, Urector May Festival Chorus; organist at Syna gogue, Eighth...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

;5sw?T5ysw THE PITTSBUEG1- DISPATCH, STJKDAY,- JUNE 23, 1889. 12 rvy" ' IN THE SOCIAL SWIM. Hfp?isp SOMETHING ABODT BEAUX. Women Talne Them as Tucy do Novels or n Comedy Tlie Usra of the Bean Ills Jccnlive Bnd Positive Qualities Why lie Does not Ulnrry. tWEnTES' FOE THE DISPATCH. 1 My mother used to talk about my beaux, and perhaps for her sake I am fond of the quaint, old-fashioned word. But let me tay in the beginning that it has a distinct meaning of its own, and should cot be mis applied. Hood says: "I remember, I remember, When my little lovers came, With a posy, or a cherry. Or some new invented game." Well he does not mean lovers at all, he means beaux. One may have a beau, alover, an admirer, an adorer, or a comrade, but seldom may combine any two ot these in one individual, and never all five in any one epoch ot her life, for the bean is a special attribute of frirlnood, and seldom develops the exacting tenderness of the lover, tue blind delusions of the admirer, the infatu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

) . ' THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, . SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1889. . ' ' 'Jfc3r kit . "" I ' - r u- AHEWBONDOFUMION The English Capital That is Being Poured Into the Country IS A SURE GUARANTEE OP PEACE. Larje Investments Already Made and More Are Contemplated. CAUTIOUS AS WELL AS BKTEEPEISIXG icoBRisrovi'r'rc" or tot nrerxTCH.! 1TEW Yor.v, June 21. Mr. Erastus Winian, the Canadian-American financier, and head of the commercial rating firm ot B. G. Don & Co-. said to the -writer: "En glish capitalist! are investing heavily iu American industries. They have put at least $100,000,000 in them within a year and if they continue they will soon control many of them." Mr. Wiman smiled as he spoke, tut he was nevertheless in earnest, and he confirmed it by further remarks of a like tenor. Mr. Witnan is interested in many of the schemes in which English capital is concerned, and is therefore in a position to speak with, authority. He sails on June 27 to confer with English capitalists in regard to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

&?$ rTtarw fwwfcllffP'p '; v" '? I :fftT7is- r- .' '14 TH M PITTSBURG" DISPATCH, : SUNDAY.' JUNE 23, 1889.' m&m';- k vm? Bit PJIGITS REVIEW The Good Points of the Boston Ball Glnb. WILL THEY WIN THE EAOE? Opinions. About the Cleveland Team's Success. THE BROTHERHOOD'S DEMANDS. Who Was the Best Middleweight Pusilist in the World? K AKOTHEE ENGLISH CHAMPION COMING. There has been nothing startling in the baseball world this week. The Eastern clubs hare come West, and with the excep tion of "Washington hare done welL So far this season the Eastern people have had a little the best of it. One of this number is firsi and two others third and fourth. It seems safe to say that the three clubs referred to will keep near the top until the end of the season. During the last few days Pitts burgers have had a chance to sec the great Bostons. I hare watched their playing with considerable interest and I am free to say that the team is a great one; probably Boston never had a better one t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

iv sf THE PITTSBURG - DISPATCH,' JBUKD AY, JUNE 23. .1889. 15 3wxgt- Jfr. - -. t -1 1 EEOMMAR OF FLORINGEN ERNEST H. - ".' " TCTl"rPIT-1 IWKITXliS IUU " HE King of Ilka land was celehra-tinghis25thbirth-day and it was a day of great jov and rejoicing at the court. All the cobles and grand ees of the coun try tvtre present, and the array of gorgeous cos tumes, of riches and elegance, ras magnificent to be hold. The young monarch had not spared any expense to entertain his guests. Grand banquet halls had been prepared, tournaments were being arranged, horse racing, run ning, shooting and fighting were indulged in, and everybody said that no more enjoy able festival had ever taken place in the history of Ilkaland. "When the banquet table was spread in the evening, the royal board filled -with the most delicious dainties and the richest wines, the scene in the hall was truly en chanting. The beautiful room with all the costly furniture and ornaments around the wall; with the elegantly d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

HEKB 'vmrw y , 16 THE "PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY JOTE 28, -1889; - fi f V - V ASTRONOMY FOR ALL. A Simple Method of Identifying the Stars and Constellations. IT IS NOT SO BARD AS IT LOOKS. ome Plain Directions That Gire the deeded Information. A POFULAB BETIEW OP THE HEAYENS nrEimat ran rax dispatch." It is the purpose of this article, and of articles to follow, to systematically go oyer the entire starry heavens, describing in a popular -way the principal objects of inter est, and furnishing to the general reader a means of easily and certainly identitying the larger stars and more important constel lations. The method used will be that of identifying objects on the meridian. A person who looks at the stars only occasion ally, and does not understand clearly the motion of the celestial sphere, is likely to become confused, and think the motions of the stars are erratic This is not so, however. The relative po sitions of the so-called "fixed" star vary only after long ages. By "fi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

iogjyliMsssyii TW ftWmmi T'swfl v?i THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH s- THIRD PART. WIZARDS OF INDIA. How Male and Female Jugglers Work in the Land of "BlaTetsky. A'THEOSOrfllST MASTER AT HOME. Deadly Cobras Conjured in Daylight From Empty Space. CABTE PEEJPDICES OP THE HINDOOS rCOEBISr-DEXCE OP THE BISrATCH.I BOMBAY, May 20. India is the land of Madam Blavet sky, of Mr. Isaacs and of the "light of Asia." It is here that the esoteric Buddhists look for their instruction and many of the theo sophical societies of America hare In dian teachers, with whom they corre spond and from whom they expect to get some of that won derful sweetness and light, which is sup posed to exist in its purest form in this land o i mystical JL Mountain Tinh. thought Through them they would learn low to annihilate space, to disembody their souls for the moment and'send them on aerial errands to other parts of the world. They would master that wonderful concentration of soul which enables its possessor to dis solve ma...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 June 1889

as&aaaE&att EISHfiflK! y.Hf'ttf &vR9$W$r Hl8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JUNE - 23, ' 188a: 5LSJE2SS . ? UK command from the corporal of marines, a 'swirl of meu, and the Commandant was cone. He left behind him a flippant burst of laughter and Harold leaning against the postern to hear the last peal ot irony. "When the Commodore reached the ver anda of the hotel, he stood a moment look ing over the ill-kept glacis and forlorn bar racks. There was not an emblem of authority anywhere. But he was thinking of his boy, whom he had not seen for three years. Somehow his heart turned to that boy out of all this chaos of popular in certitude with a tender impulse. At the moment when no one appeared to know what his duty was or to what he owed alle giance; when the old lore for the authority of the Republic seemed to be swallowed up in confusion, he yearned to put his arms about the one being that he had himself consecrated to the service of his country, and reared from a chil...

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