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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

&v$ ff INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. 1874, VOL. XXIII-InO. 52. AVHOLE NTmiBEIU,70g. MORTON. opejung of the campaign. GKEaT mektinq at tkiirk iiavti:. oc-i.rtnr.Tr- V T.RADKR DELIVERS HI'i nKSTsrix:H CXIHCISM3 0F the "t w-M V ti-v-THR t:r.4L PRETENSES OF BElOllJlTHB CCKKHNCV ARHANOKD CI VII. RIQHM , ftFIRIT OS THE DEMOCRATIC PAUTY RAILROADS. ETC., ETC. ' The Peocratic party is out oT iiower, Mid tt struggling to reg4n iU It la the opposition, ani attempt to sei' upon ever)' popular discontent, nd to avail Itself of every local passion to iaJure the republican party, it. presents no pctlcy for the administration or the governrnf nt. &nd makei no attempt to p?.rrve consistency. It feels at liberty to jrefesa n me loeallty-what j It denies In another, and to lake any pesutonl In one State to strike the. rcpuhlieau party a blow, without rezird to trie ground whlo it ccunles upon the sause q'icfetlon in oher St ites. Jt does not hesitate to use any wepa ot assau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1871. o BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Till' BBKKLYX DISGRACE. n:., w. w. patton, ok chicaoo, iNTi:r.71KWF.D IMPORTANT REVELATION; THE VORK AND OPINIONS OF THE COUNCIL TUE SKCRKT KNOWN FOK A LOS TIM K TOW IT GOT OUT DR. BACON A B KLIEVE 2 IN CEB-UKUS INNOCKS'E OR l:LsE IX iCI.-TheChic-g" Inter-Ocean of the Goth inst contains the following very interesting Ii closure by Dr. Tatton concerning the B- eeher-Tilton scandal: Mr. Llizaietb Cady Stanton's statements, which uniui oally afiirm! that others 1eside herself were in possession of the alleged facts in tlua "miserable cusim-ss." wert, lay before yes terd.iv, supplemental by another chapter in the T,eeher-Tilton -ase. A rumor, which was received with considerable credence. was In circulation throughout tbicity. to tho 'fiVct tbat a prominent clergyman, who rsid- here, eouM say much about the celebrated scandal if ho so desired . It was even averred that the minister referral to wa the custodian rf c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. JS74. ö HEN DIÜCK HÜUSO.VS DItKAM. The southern breeze had died away. The ebbins? tide to seaward ran ; It was the twilight honr of day. Her Nlsjht her starry reign liegt 11. Ilendrick tad dropped his anchor there, Beneath the brtsilini? FallsadP, When sunset streamed its golden hair ir. naf nre'i face in slumber laid. And as ho paced the decks alone. Fond memory brightened into hope; The past was his, aiid the unknown Was la the future's horoscope. lie stepped, and gazing at the view, Hat leaning o'er the sraliiot's side, And aaw the Indian'sllmt canoe lanceon the aparkllug star-lit tide. The mrtstc of the parted stream, The lauzhing land air' vesper si;h Stole o'er his ncnses. and his drenm Was child-like with the luilaDy. lie thonsht he aw the small canoe - Urow bis and bister, biscgPT yet Till suddenly before his view It was a sloop with mainsail set. And then this white bird had her yonn-r : They grew like her and clustered round ; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. On ;.be rvoof every election the scoundrel-'-th Lv been oppressing the Southern SUtfs gci up a ery about the oatrag"S eotninitted by (be mm whom they arc wronging. Tlfciy endeavor to excuse their own villjiiy by uiaHgainc; the character ot their viet -;us. Their northern allies take up and reecho ;he frUnden. Tn plain English, those Northern, adventurers who have obtained control of tha South have the audacity to irr? fcha the people ot some of the M l liir'.-i?n elouiea that won our indepandeuce, ar r fit for sel'-sovernment; and there are hyj. - iiii; thiouynout the moro fortunate y.v.ti of Union, willin? to aidlin.tiiaiutaiQic He trrinaj which they have established w tbe inevi'able plea of the tyrant, lb" pP'-.r.'O f preserving order. T.belat exciia invented for lepriTir.fr the white people. . the Slates lately in recillion ed" their, rig MV, rivf i to be what is callel the "White l."-:.;u and tha customary letails of tho at: . .:-;,if t? v:f th3 tudei are du...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. 3874. THE IRON BAUD. TO WHAT EXTENT IT ENCIRCLES THIS STATE ITS VALUE RY ASSESSMENT. Tu) UM presented below gives the number of miles of main track and rolling stock of -railroads In Indiana for 1871. as assessed and equalized by the State Board. The recapitulation shows also the miml-r of miles and total value ol the side tracks, etc: NAMES OK W)AW. ci Miles vCleveland. CoU Cln. Indianapolis t inea?, Cincinnati loulHvtlle... Cincinnati, Hamilton & lndinnap hs. . Cincinnati, Richmond Fort W ayue i Cincinnati, Richmond A Chicago ti Cincinnati A Martinsville-..-....... .... 7; I C incinnati, Wabash A Mlchiraii k!(. inclnnati, Lafayette & Chicago 'Cincinnati A Terre llauie - 111 1'oiro A Vin-ennen 1 1 w bleago A Canada Honthern 1 Chicago, Danville A Ylnrennw . .......... r! Chicago & Illinois Southern..... I ii! "arbon A O'.to Creek Valley 1-, Detroit. Eel Hirer A Illinois its Kvarnville A Crawfordsvllle ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY AUGUST -4 1874. -6 TAK1NO TOLL. The road was new anJ pleasant, too, by stream and forest winding; The Bky was fair, aud every where ". , Hurprise we were flndins. Had I, ''Tis queer! the toll gate sneer, And you caunot by H Without a ki-?, my pretty ml. ' Bald she, , "You d bettor try it! 1 took tüo toll a generous dole lesplte her tont resistance, Said fhe, "The rite Is very great -T- Kor such tritt in a distance." ' lf voa mv, take back the pny ' To each minutest fraction: J or your sweet sake I'll gladly take " A lesson in subtraction." Fhe whispered, "Nay, your taklDj way Jlas robbed me of a dozen : Bat you're no kin, so don't begla To prove yourself a cozen.' ' ' We journey on ttvrough 8ide and sun, Reardles3 of the distance. And every day the toll we pay That sweetens onr existence. ' TUB IDOL WORSIIIPER. m. Hn In rbri8tian Union. He made to hlai a God ; carved it of wood And stone, in shape he thonghi that Ood3 should wear. It was a monster...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY AUGUST 4, 1S74. 1 i, I THE GRASSHOPPER PLAQUE. THE EXTENT OF RAVAGES. THE REPORTS OF DEVASTATION EXAGGERATED THE CROP OF JSO COUSTY ENTIRELY DE3TR0TED THE METIIOD OF FEEDIXO. A special correspondent of the New York Tribune writing from St. Jamee, Watonwan, Minn., on the 20th instant, Rives a careful resume of the extent and character of the insect ravages ia that State: "The cows have long horns a great way off, ' is a homely New England proverb, as' true on the Minnesota frontier as on a Yankee farm. "The wheat crop of Minnesota has teen destroyed by grasshoppers" was the doleful atory that I heard in Washington, to justify the prayer oi Gov. Dav'ta for aid from the United States government to aave the people of this stricken region from starvation. "Ilaif the State is overrun," said the Chicago and Milwaukee wheat-traders, but whether they believed it or were attempting to 'bull" the market I did not ascertain. "One-twelfth of the wheat crop is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 August 1874

the Indiana state sentinel. Tuesday august 4 ist4. 8 JE W GOODS Oar stock ef Dry Goods, Millinery u"5 JbY spring d summer Is now W full nd eomple'e? Tlie purchase were made by Mr. Ayres In pcrn, who remains In New aura Jeasoa and bay only when the goods are ine rlght kind and quality. nd the price m Ibewr lowest thai cash can obtain. To farniÄJÄeThanlcawe can olfrr t he lt cxU In tbe market at prices as low as auy. ??m tue west, and that very few nouses can duplicate. Couio aud see lor yourself. L S. AYRES & CO., Trade Palaco. ; Indianapolis. CEXTAIB LIXIMESTS Allay pains, sulslu swellings, heal burns, and wUl cure rheuraatlsm, spavin, and any flesh, bono or muscle ailment. The While Wrapper is for rRmiIV aR the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, 81. Children ery fir CasloriA- Pleasant to take a perfect substitute lor Castor Oil. but more efrlsacious In regulating U.e stomach and bowels. . FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GENERAL. MAKKCr liKVIEiV. MOSEY MATTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

ffif X V 1 M M mm i i ivi i n i if i i r i . c a. I VOL. XXIV 20:-1. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, ;J8T1; -.-3 Pit WHOLE -NUMBER 1,761. l THE TALL SYCAMORE. ' VOORHEES AND MORTON. THE DEMOCRATIC CLARION AXSWEllS THE REPUBLICAN KEY NOTK. -- THE FINANCES DISCUSS EI-MORTON'S BTBOOR OR RF.rUDIATION-TEMPKRANCK AND CIVIL BIOnTS CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. LADIES AND (jEXTLiEXiw:-eaI last had the honor to address my neighbors and friends In this city.lt was In respoase to a call made irrespective ot party, and In company with my esteemed friend and distinguished politlsal opponeut, Col. li. W. Thompson. The meeting Vasan earnest appeal to the congress of the United States for financial relief, and it embraced the business and laboring men of everv shade f political opinion In this community It waa In the earlier days of the financial paulc which all fondlv hoped would soon pasa away, leaving fothevaiioiis branches of bus nji and labor tSeir wui vitality aad imiy. hix month , ' however, and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

" -J r- ... o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY. AUGUST 11. 1874. HUSBAND AND WIFE. THE OLD STORY. TILTON GOES FOR THE COMMITTEK PR. STORKS WILL KOT ArrBAB HB OXCE SVW SOMETHING THE COMMITTEE WA5TS THE LEiriRS-BCT TILTO WON'T HAVE AXTTHIO MORS TO PO WITH IT HK 19 G INQ TO LAW FBAK MOULTON ARRIVE HB HAS KOT BKEJ ASKKD BY BEECHtB. Nbw Yobk, Aug. 4. At a meeting of the Plymouth Church investigating committee last eveniDg, a letter wa presented from the He v. Dr. Storrs, in which be stated that he had no personal knowledge of the matters which came before the conmittee; that be had seen a statement signed by Mr. Tilton, and referred to in Mr. Carpenter's statements, and in ' Mrs. Tilton's testimony of Friday eveniDg, which contained a charge expressed in these words: "On a certain occasion Mr. Beecber solicited me to become a wife to bim w;th all that is implied in this relation. Tun proposition I communicated to my husband." But on account of lack of personal knowledge. Dr. Storrs ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL -TUESDAY; -AUGUST -11.-1874. THE SEVENTH'S WORK. "Y ESTBRDAYy CON VEXTIOXS. HR. FKAUX LANDERS TSE COMIXO MAN AS CONQRI5SSMA! THE PRINCIPLES ANNOUNCED, ETC. THE JOINT CONVENTIONS. . The Seventh District democratic convention nv.t Tuesday at the nail of Representatives, in the H;ate hmse, at 10 o'clock, though the convention was not called to order for half an hour later, hich was done by Col. Maston, ol Putnam county. On motion, the Hon. Joseph E. McDolald was elected c hairman, and C. II. Walls, of the Danville Indianaian, secretary. The chairman thanked the convention for the honor conferred, stating that the c3nvention had leen called to nominate a Congress candidate who would be supported by and voted f r by those who were in favor of reform and beliere.1 the republican party had been dominant long enough. Tre retormeis were thought in the majority, and it only remalnd for the democracy to be true to their principles in order to form in one mass tbo now...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1874, --4. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. TAe fioaml of the Tall sycamore. This morning's Sentinel contains the ful text of lbs Hon. D. W. Voorhees peech,deliver.d at Terra Haute last night, in answer to Senator - Morton's address at the same pl.e a week ciro. oiUierrtl as a reply to Senator Morton, the speech mav be described as completely hu wfnl; considered as an exposition o democratic doctrine.it is not very admirable. Its excellencies might have been expected from the peculiar liability of Mr. Morton to attack; its defects, especially Rn the cur rency issue, were to be anticipated from Mr. Voorhees. own political vagar'es The course of the leader of the reputcan party of the State baa been a tissue of incon sistencies, and the public have never been more aware of that fact than at the present time. In addition to that element ol weak rte- In character, Mr. Morton tailed in bis mini intellectual vigor and enthusiasm. He not only acted weakly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

! f A THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY AUGUST U. 1874. 5 r V RED CLOUD. IN'PIANAV FAVORITK AT RTFFALO. A WO N P EP. FC L PERFORMANCE HE IS PROXOCNCEDTHE COMISU HORSE IOLDSMITH MAID': MILE. The UutTal.) Courier gives di tails of Friday's trotiii-z at Uutfalo. which were not without interest, even alter oar full dispatches concerning the race: THE 2:21) RACE. Vat more interest attarhed to this event than any Iber of the meeting, because of the fame of all the horses which participated n it, 8d3 l-rely because of the rumors of the great speed of Ked Cloud, and the great Interest felt in him by western men. He more than justified all that had ever been laimo'l for hip in hi performance yesterdav. Itw: Irulv a wonderful race, and iai'rly ecliri any five heat contest that ver took plsce on , the trotting turf. When Kd Cloud won the third heat in tSowinZ aparently' to the change of drivers, and trotted a quarter, in Z2i, the fastest quarter ever made in a race by a leading horse, enlhus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

THE INDIANA STAE SENTINEL. TÜESDAY AUGUST 11 1874. 6 - r- THE FARO KING. JOnN MORRIS3EY. THE INCIDENTS IS THK LIFE OP THIS CELEB RATED SPORTING CHARACTER HH LOW BIRTH AND HiRWUEXID JCOCH HIS FORTUNE AUD MAÄNER OP LIVING. The correspondent ol the Chicago Tribut, 'writing from Saratoga, gives the following account of the life of John Morrissey, ex'xnewberof Congress: Thia celebrated gladiator who keeps the club-house, pool-room and race-track, besides the chief 'restaurant In the place, is still the mystery of Saratoga, the stronger for standing in the nodal shadows. We must go back to the model of Beau Nash to find suck a career, and fail there; for a man who has been bo battered as Morrissey, so berated as Morrltsy, almost by the nation; so accused of sinister -work with Pool, and Ileenan, acd Sullivan; so desired to be threshed and put out of the way; so impersonified at the representative gamester; so made a reproach lor going to Congress to be still alive and very nearly respecte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY AUGUST 11. 1874. t ) i 4 MB. TlLTON'd POEMS. It I tnrnr !i DOW many OI ar. Tllton's poem seem to ha re some bearing on the preeni 1 rouble. Several have already been printed. Here Is another which has not yet been reproduced: THE KING'S WNU. , i. Once In Persia reigned a king. Who upon hs signet ring ti raved a maxim true and wise. Which, if he held before tola eye, 4ve him counsel at a glance Kit for every change or chance: Solemn word, and these are they, 4K vea this shall pasa away ! II. Trains of camels through the sand Rrougiit him gems from Kamarcand ; Fleets of galleys through theseas rSrouzht nlm pearls to sdl to these. Then he ranked as little gain Treasures of the mine or main. -What Is eaitnr' the king would say, JEven this shall pas away. in. I n revel with his conrt. At the tenth of the sport. When the plains of ail his gutsl Warned with clapping at his Jests, lie, amid hi ng and wine, frid, "U, loving friends of mine! pleasure comes,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY' ATJOUST 11 1874. 8 4 If E W . GOOD S Oar stock et Try Goods, Mlll'.nery and Notions for fVTi&z and summer Is now very full and complete. The purchase were made by Mr. .Ayrer! In person, who remain in New York the entire season and buys only when the (roods are the right kind and quality, and the price are the ery lowest t'jal cash can obtain. To farmer and mechanic-' we can offer the best eoodn in the raukei a', prices aa low aa any house in the west, and thai very few houses caa duplicate. Vo'jxc and see for yourself. L. S. AYRES L CO., ' Trade Palaca. . ., Indianapolis. i'EXTAIR LISIMESTS Allay pains, subdue Wellings, heal barns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bono or muscle aliment. The White Wrapper Is for family ose, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles fl. Children rry fr 'strl Pleasant to take a perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but more elCcacious In regulating tte stomach and bowels...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

0 raw INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18 1874. VOL. XX1V-KO. 2. WHOLE DUMBER 1.762. CROSS-EXAMINATION. BEECHER Ar HIS BEST. Conxmdrums of the Committee. CONGENIAL, SPIRITS IN COUNCIL. 1 HE TARTS OF THE PERFORMERS TILTO TOO MUCH POK MOULTON THE FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS REMINISCENCES OK WOK THE DEPTHS OP DESPONDENCY LIGHTED UP BY -WORM OP WIT CARPENTER'S FOLLIES BKECHER'a AMBITION. 'ew Yoek. Aug. 11. The following isa portion otttie morning cross examination of Mr. tieecher by the ITy mouth Church investigating i-ominittte: . .... Mr Mage. I would like to inquire how Monltou first entered this case, and how ho came to be jour eon f.duut? A. Mr. Houston was a schoolmate and friend of Tilton, and TUton, when bis various complicated troubles came upon hln, in connection with Bo wen wont to Moulton and made htm Ins adviser and helper. That it the way he came into the case. Q. Can you tell as how you came to writethat h-tier of despondency, dated February 5, 1872, to Mr. Moulton? A. I would co...

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THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1874. THE REJOINDER. BEEOHER TELLS HIS STORY. AND A VERY QUEER STORY IT IS. THE MUTUAL. FRIEND. Loving Both, He Keep3 Silent. MOULTON'S EXPLANATION. IIB XV PK A KS, BUT POEM NOT SAV AXTTUXXfi TUB DOCUMENTS HIS CROSS-EXAMINATIONTHE APPROVED IWtOOKLYN STYLE OF conceau.no facts. New York, Aug. 13. Th3 Plymouth f'harth investigating committee famishes the following report of the proceedings on . Ionday eight and last nisbt: 1 ROOK LYN, Aüg. 1. The committee met at 3 r. r. All the members wer3 present. At about 5 o'clock Francis D. Moulton, who was expected at the opening of the session, made his appearance, when, with the consont of the commit9 tee, he read the following statement, pretacIn it with the remarks: "I submit to you first the invitation signed by your chairman, Jnly 27, 174 ; next, tho invitation of your chairman, signed July 1, find next the invitation of your chairman, signed Antust 1," laying crifV of these invitations on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1874, I had hoard of Mr. Tllton's impurities of lifo aid which 1 had believed and repeated to Itowen were all false, and that Tliton had always been laildful to his wife. 1 vm nerr-ecut! lato the elief of what he imid. and felt cen vtuced of the .slander in Its meanest form. He drew the picture of Tliton. wronzed In renutailon. In joMtion, In pune, shattered in bin family, who otherwise foond a refoge, aad at the same Ume looking upon mo out of hi" deep digress, while 1 wa aUxiodin in friend, uokt popular ana with simple mean. lie drew that plciur. my prosperity overflowing and abounding and Ititon utter degradation. I was most Intensely excited. I felt that my mind was in danger of iclvlna way. I walked up and down the room pouring fort n my heart In the most un-Te-dralnod rief and bitterness of self-aeon Ration, telling what my idea of the obligation of friendship and of the Bacredne of the household, denviiu an intentional wrong, se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY AUGUST lb 1874. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. "Every year the question comes up: What languasols destined to become the universal speech of the world? John Swinton has eet ibrth the claims ot English lor supremacy in a paper read at the late meeting ot the .American philologist at Hartford. The Eist oJ his argument Is that our language was spoken by scarcely ten millions of people a reutnry ao, and now Is the mcther -tongue of a hundred millions of peoplo, scattered to tb four quarters of the globe. Ot course, considered in a scientific point or view English has no claim to be the universal speech, . Its prevalence depends upon the energy of the men wko speak it, and the magnificence ot the civilization which it represents. It Is a "mongrel of a hundred "breeds a conglomerate of many languages, formed without system, aod possessing In itself no source of ever fresh and -flowing expression lite the Greek or German. "Take a word into your mouth, chew it and s...

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