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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

y.-fi. SOME DEAD LIONS. MEN WHO PAID THE PENALTY OF REMARKABLE DARING. Mnj. V/inthrop und Col. MulliganEllet, iinil Craven, the "Sidney of the Sea"The Coiiledpratew Kollirofi'or and Itogers, and Cleburne, the "Stonewnll of the West." H'op :'i ht, 1892, by A meriean Press Associa tion. Hook rights reserved.] E of the saddest of the minor trage- dies of the civil war was the sacri- lice of young Theo- (lore Winthrop at Big Bethel, Va.. June 10,1S(1 That battle was the first real engagement of the wari was incidental to the Union control of Fortress Monroe, on Virginia soil, a fact that led to great expecta- tions, and if hero blood would take fire anywhere it would on that field. Winthrop was act ing.as military secretary on the staff of tho commander. Gen. Butler, and was en thusinstie over the first battle of the little army. Butler did not to the battle grouud in person and Winthrop i ode out at the head of Col Duryea's column of Fire Zouaves to meet the enemy. A surpri se that had...

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. — 18 February 1892

VOLUME XVI. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From jM To all Trains, SPECIAL ACCOM MOUA.TIONS FOR TRAVELING SALEbMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercinl Hotel is First Clnsp in all Its np pointments, nd the Aim of the Mnnugement is to make the Gnests Comfortable. When yon vieit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MRS. 0. B. BARKER, Proprietor. Thin excellent Hotel is centrally located, is nn equaled in this section of the Suite. The Traveling Public will here find a Mrst Class Sample Room. An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Main Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton. Minn. A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO ORDER SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. I sve jnpt received a new line of Samples for be all uud Winter Seueouf FRANK HCNSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pr...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

J forget your toil, that's never ceasing Forget the heavy load you bear I Turn to the Light a faith, increasing To guide your halting footsteps there. Forget' forgot the care and sorrow That glooms around you everywhere And rules to day A glad to-morrow Waits in a pure atmosphere Give over idle, weak complaining. And tako the work that's thine to do: Behind tbobo cloudstheir fine mist rain mg, Bhmoth the Sun, steadfast and true Woman's Journal THE ENCHANTER. Ira\elers proceeding along1 the goige which separates the Virful en Dor mountain from that of Furnica, come upon the Jalomitza river, one of the deep sources of which spring's from an immense cavern of stalactites. In front of this cavern there stands a small convent, which was built many years ago This cavern is said to be interminable for thoso who have once entered it have never been known to reappear. lormorly the cave was the dwelling of a monstroiu enchauter. who was said to be always on the lookout for maidens, whom he ca...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

9VERTHE BANISTERS., 'Over the bnnihter leans a fae, Tenderapd ull of meaning." 1 see her still, with a dainty grace, Over her ban leaning, While by her side I watch her hand Cher the Hoft notesIstraying, Weaving hev ae as idly stand, Into the tune she is playing. The light burns duninthesrreatsquareroom, Nobody else is listening But through the dusk of the twilight gloom, komebodj eyes are glistoning Broken strains of song are blown Over her half turned shoulder, "Holds her lingers and draws her down, Suddenly glowing boldci The i est is lost a soft low note, What does it mean, I wonder? But up fiom tho banjo seems to float The song ol the swet lip's plunder The question asked, und the swi caiess And the "yee." that conies from the landing What is it, I wonder, that makes me guess She looks up at me where I am standing? What does she mean by the soft low tune \nd the words she is faintly humming? Why does she start again so soon The banjo's empty btrummmg' Sitting theie sinmng an id...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEllY THURSDAY. IJP&EPBJVMP& &V ftafiifYCW* TEIR-lvdlS, $2.00 E=ei "H"eax. tR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR SOTC mi vm mi PRINCE ION, MIJNN FEB 18, 1892 E. F. DRAKE, a prominent citi zen of St. Paul, died at Coronado Beach, Cal., on Sunday evening. WERE it not for the grain gamblers wheat would now be worth a dollar a biibhel at every railroad depot in Minnesota. HE Sauk Rapids Sentinel has brightened up considerably of late. Tis. no 'prentice hand that is shap ing the editoiial policy of that paper. ANOKA Hrald: "With Knute ISeKon and D. M. Clough for kvulei N hat a pull the Republi can war hors.es would make in .o ember. A BILL has. been introduced in congress to abolish the duty on binding twine, and it should be come a liw. E\er article that is controlled by a trust should be placed on the free list. CK VKIS Review (Alliance): Bl une is a greater man to-day than he a before he issued his letter of withdrawal and he is dearer to the hearts of...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

AT 'ttll^i^'t-'J Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex 8nn. p. at. Le. St. Paul 1:05 Mmnenpoll* 1:80 Elk River 2:80 Daily Ex Sun. P. Le. Dnlnth 1 Milaca 4 PRIHOETON .6 4 1 1 Elk Rner PRINSKTON 8:03 Milaca S.Stf Ar. Duluth 7:00 Minneapolis ..6 Ar St. Paul 7 This tnun connects with trains going west Elk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Tues Thnrs. & Sat PRINCETON. Mon Wed. & Pri. GOING bOUKH. A. Le. Milaca 6 Scnle's Siding. 6 Long's Siding., M. GOING NORTH. P.M. 00 Le. St. Paul 8:80 23 Minnenpolis ...4,10 .45 Elk Rner 5.20 5.5 Ziintnermun....6 25 Ziinnieimnu Elk Rner 9 Minnenpolis. .10 U5 PRINCETON 7:00 15 Long's Siding. 7:20 80 Soule's Siding..7:40 55JAr. Milaca 8:05 Tnesdnjs Thursday sand Mondttj e, Wednebduj band Ar. St. Paul MO These trains go sont Suuirdajs, and north Fridays. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING BAST GOING WEST. Foreston .Le 8 2 0A M. I Milaca Le. 8:45P.M Milaca...." 8.43 I Forestnn... 4'05 Attention, G. A...

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. — 18 February 1892

fy.f% IJrhuptou Ktuait R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. AUTHORS who write books for boys are said to make the most money. And yet the author of the "Old Sleuth" library is not a man of mark in the literary world. THE present governor of Oklahoma could barely read and write when he was 21 years old, and now experts can barely decipher his writing. He is a lawyer. THE suit of Mrs. Forence Nash of London against AH Khan, son of an Indian prince, for breach of promise, resulted disastrously to the lady. AH Khan't be made to fulfill his prom ises, although the testimony plainly showed he made them. MRS GLADSTONE is said to be hard ly inferior to her husband in energy and industry. She has always been interested in charity and church work and in politics, and has at the same time maintained close watch upon her household affairs and her children. Vr/vocArcs of cremation do not find that their pet idea is making rapid strides toward popular favour, but they are a hope...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

^y^mm. STKOM EVIDENCE Three Alleged White Cappers Have Been Arrested at Ot tumwa, Iowa. Considerable Evidence Against Them Already Secured by Detectives. OTTUMWA. Iowa, Special Telegram. Feb. 16.Three men are under an est under the charge of being implicated in the white cau outrage, which has so aroused the farming population of this county. Lish King, "William Penrod and Fletcher MtCloskey were aitested charge 1 with being the per petrators ot the crime The statute fives the bond for such of fenses at $l,Uu0, and McCloskey was the only one able to give it, the other two be msr compelled to go to jail. "When iriends ot Kim: went to his lather to cot him to go the son's bond the old gentleman made the reply, "1 won't go a dollar on it." A num ber of additional laots have been ascer tained by Detective Donaldson, and it is thought that a very strong cose will be pre sented. As the iiehtCAt penalty lor the offense is ten years' imprisonment, no little exutement is being created. A new...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 February 1892

-T^^-^^"^^! I i iti (if MPOLEOiN AT LUD1. THE STORY OF HIS EARLIEST TER STROKE IN WAR. MAS- The Planning WAS the Boldest of the Bold, the Execution Prudent and Skill- fulPersonal Vigilance and Bravery ot the "Little Corporal." [Copyright, 1892, by American Press Associa* turn. Book, rights reserved.] N SEARCHING for a key to Napo- leon's success on the battlefield one need not look be yond his action at the affair of the Bridge of Lodi, abont which so much romance and so little his* victory was not an accident.the lucky outcome of a rash, haphazard blow. In the first place the French had everythi nt a I a i nit fi^ Utl i heu .jL republican army set out in 1796 to crush the Austrian power Italy. Th odds at arms were two to one in favor of the Aus trian allies. Napoleon himself was on tual. was a new appointee, with no past successes as a general to bolster up his cause. Alter passing the Alps and enter ing northern Italy by rare strategy he found himself approaching two strong Aus tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1892

KM **ts R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XVI. General Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT,.Prop. Free 'Bus From ant To all Trains, fePEClAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is First Claps in all Its ap pointments, and the Aim of the Management is to make the Guets Comfortable. When yon visit Princeton btop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN. MRS, 0. R, BARKER Proprietor. This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un eqnaled in this section of the State The Traveling Public will here find a Mrst Class Sample Room. An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Mam Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton, Minn A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO ORDER SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. FRANK HKMSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vioe Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. I have just received a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1892

j* i ELY1SA. My angel and my dear one, In other days I feared I might not know in heaven" Tho voice on earth that cheered. High wisdom love hath taught me Not pain, not death, not sin, Twain souls may rive asunder When love doth rule within. In paradise "mid soruphs, One song shall slave mine ear 'Mid countlob3, countless voices Oro voice the heart must hea Hong frees bright with glory, One face tho soui will own, Thro' iny*iad, myriad giancea One look be mino alone 'Midst all shall I not lose theo Thrones, harps, and jasper sea But know and ble- and lovo thee Thro' all the worlds to be Chicago Inter-Ocean. THAT HIRED GIRL. Old Mrs. Gal way sat sorrowfully at her west window watching the apple gathering. Above tho hills hung a soft, yollow mist tho great chestnut tree in tho lane was turning to a bou quet oi rustling gold, the asters and dahlias along the garden walk were blooming in gaudy profusion. It's tho first year." said Mrs Gal way that I haven't been able to help 'em bariel ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1892

THE JOY-BR1NGER. Not when old Bion's idyls sweet were sung. Or when fine Horace scorned the vulgar herd, And praised his frugal fareeach chosen word Writ where full skins of rare Falernian htfng, Above a table with rich garlands flung. By Roman slaves not when the dancer stirred The air of Spring, like swaying wave or bird, Was there true joy the tribes otnien among! These idyls and these odes hides sadness deep And canker worms, despite the shining gold We gild them with their lucent music flows To noble words at times, but words of sleep, But words of dreaming life was not Life of old It came to earth when God the Son arose! II. The fair facade, the carved acanthus leaf. The sparkling sea where clearest blue meets blue, The piled-up roses, steeped in silver dew Upon the marble tiles, the white-robed chief Of some great family, seeking cool relief, Upon a gallery, hung with everv hue That glads the eye, while violets slave girls strew To cithern-sounds this picture artists drew. An...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1892

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY jr9E&&tfBW wiv HALL, DAVID I& 1FO&IWWS. TIEmi&vdIS, $2.00 IFer Year. iR DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR tries OVER STORE, SAIN the veteran St. Paul new *pape man, has sold the Neves to Claience E. Sherin. The coun ti} pies& of Minnesota never had a tiuer fiiend than PL P. Hall. OK "WINSTON, of Minncapo lis ha^ backbone. A disgraceful ion ocemied in the gin palace of Col Glenn, one of the local Demo cratic bo-s&es, eail last Sunday morning, the mayor promptly re oked the Colonel's license and the "Monornaui" is closed. A I,GR ravisher was roasted todeithat Texaikana, Ark., last Sat ui day, in the presence of a ciowd of fi\e 01 six thousand peo ple The Xegio was chained to a stake, his clothing was saturated with kerosene oil and the victim of his lust applied the match. HE National Cordage company i & one of the most gigantic trusts in the United States. It is a trust that makes the grain-growers of the "West and No...

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. — 25 February 1892

Ar St Paul 10:55 a hlJi ""^^^^ffg^^S ypww f^j| Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. Sun. p. M. Le. St. Paul 1:05 Minneapolis.... 1:30 Elk River 2:80 PWNBKTOH 8:08 "Milaca 3:80 Ar. Daluth 7:00 Daily Ex. Sun. p. sj. Le. Duluth 1:00 Milaca 4:25 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...6:85 Ar St. Paul 7:03 This train connects with trains going west at Slk Rtoer and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Tnei., Thurs. & Sat. QOINOSOURH. A.M Le Milaca 6'00 Saule's Siding. 6 23 Long's Siding 6'45 PRINCETON 7:25 Zimmerman. 8.05 Elk River 9.15 Mon.,Wed. & Fri. GOING .NORTH. 14. Le. St. Paul 8:80 Minneapolis .4 10 Elk Riser 5:20 Zimmerman....6:25 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding. 7:20 Soule's Siding. 7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 Minneapolis. .10:8 0 There trains go south Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays St. loud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING BAST GOING WEST. Foreston..Le 8'20 A M. I Milaca Le 8:45P .X Milaca....

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. — 25 February 1892

Irht^tan Ifaimt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. sat HE Philadelphia friends of the late Samuel S. Randall are contemplating the erection of a monument to his memory. George W. Childs and Mr. Drexel have promised ^assistance to the project. THE prince of Wales wears an 18% collar, has a 45 chest, 34 arm, 42^ waist'(ifor trousers 44), and 30 leg (for trousers 31). Contrary to general credit, especially in America, his taste is extremely quiet. CENSUS MAN PORTER has returned from a jaunt through Mexico with an improved opinion of that republic, but in his absence his own republic has not imbibed an improved opinion of Porter. JUST at present J. Bull is berating postal telegraphy and the manage ment thereof. It doesn't pay and can not be made to pay, albeit it is charged that in the struggle to make it pay the postoffice authorities are guilty of many half-penny extortions. N. W. GARDNER claims the question able honor of having raised the first Confederate flag i...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1892

TALMAGE'S CREED. The Great Brooklyn Divine Tells His Congregation What He Believes. The Church Will Have to Change Its Tactics or It Will Run on the Rocks of Demolition. BROOKLYN, N. Y., Special.At the Tabernacle service the text was taken from Luke G:17, "And he came down with them and stood in the plain." Christ on the mountains is a fre quent study. We have seen him on the Mt. of Olives, Mt. of Beatitudes, Mt. Moriah, Mt. Calvary. Mt. of As cension, and it is glorious to study elevations. But, how is that never be fore we have noticed him on the plain? Amid the rocks, high up on the moun tain, Christ had passed the night, but now, at early dawn, he is comingdown with some especial friends, stepping from shelving to shelving, here and there a loosened stone rolling down the steep sides ahead of him, until he gets in a level place, so that he can be approached without climbing from all sides. He is on the level. My text says, "He rame down with them and stood in the plain." Now, th...

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. — 25 February 1892

iijjwmijm&aw &fe COL. ITLAXE'S BOYS. ,r STORY 0' THE EIGHTY-THIRD PENN- SYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. I Desperate Deeds a Gaines* Mill and Malvern Hill the PeninsulaDe- fense of Little Round TopIn Advauee at the Wilderness and Spottsylvania. ^Copyright, 18B2. bj Americ an Press Aasocia, tiou. Book lights reservod.| ENNSYLVANIA last more men kill ed in the civil war in proportion her quota than any other Union state, and the Eighty -third Pennsylvania lost more men numer- ically killed in bat tle than any other regiment i the state and stands second on the list for the highest losses in killed among Union regiments. This rec ord was made by hard, persistent fighting, and the ranks were filled at the outset and afterward recruited from the men of the rural counties in the northwest of the state. The one thing in the regiment's fa vor on the start was good leadership. Its colonel. John W McLane, was a soldier by nature, who had commanded mihtia troops for many years, and had served as a...

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. — 3 March 1892

*fr I R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bns From anfl To all Trains. SPECIA ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELIN SALESMEN AND TRANSIEN GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel First-Class in nil Its ap pointments, und the Aim of the Miinugeinerit is to mttke the Gnents Comfortable. When you visit Princeton Stop ut the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL PRINCETON MINN. IRS. 0. R. BARKER Proprietor, -o- This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here And a first Class Sample Room. An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Main Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton, Minn, A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AN IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMEES CAN ALSO ORDER BY SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work maaship Gauranteed. I barae just received a new line of Samples for be Fall and Winter Season. ,iotteiV FRANK HENSE, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1892

1 *'Where are you going, my son?" I said to the five-year-old, The bright little one with the truthful eye3, And the locks like burnished gold *'Where are you going, my son*" And he danced on his dainty toes As he lisped, in his pretty, winning tones, ''I'm going where father goes." How many of us who slip, How many of us who stray, Ever think of the tracks that follow ours, As we step from the narrow way 1 Let us order our steps aright, That in seeking heaven's repose, O-ir little ones may say, in truth, "We are going where father goes!" Saturday Evening Post. CLARA DE VENEZUELA. It is night in the castle of King Rodrisruez di Venezuelanight in the casfle, and above the castle, and around about the castle everywhere nicht, when the darkness lends his robes to monster fear, and heaven's black mantle, banishing the light, drapes everything in forms of ugly Japanese-art-work woe. From within the heavy mullioned windows lights flash out and even gild the gloom. The low, unhealthy moan ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1892

MET HIS MATCH. He had fought the polar bear, And the lion in his lair, He had monkeyed with gorillas on the shores ol Bengueln With a boa constrictor big, He had olten danced a jig. And he kept a petted monster of the dreaded name oC-Gila. He had ridden on the tail Of a North Pacific whale, He'd attended shark reunions off the coast of Madagascar He had nipped the heel and toe With an elephant or so, And had loujtht a dozen duels, with the deep and deadly Lascar. But he took himself a wife In the very prime of life, And she sent him out for ribbons and some things that he might fetch her And he started on a hop, To the ery nearest shop But just fifty minutes later, he was brought home on a stret'-her. TOM MASSOJJ, Cloak Review. ^i*. A TUSCAN PEINCESS. was Florence, beautiful Florence, 'j where art seems floating like a sub- tle perfume and all the air is saturated i fch fragrance. Under a bright blue sky the city lay steeped in sun- shine. It was a day created for love, an ideal day...

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