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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 May 1886

TIE i VlILY ES88SEHE11 $TA--,-100 JU T C H$Oi 1 oo JUSTICE TO ALL. s oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILuI, LA. MAY 29th. I886. NusaMR 14. | ol THE AIE88ENGER. A Proposed Move. It being an axiom well grounded that "everything is fair in polities," it would be strange, indeed, If those in power, did not employ all available means to strengthen their party. Sueha course is followed by all partle, everywhere. Vide the recent-unjust-gerrymanderlng act adopted by the legislature of Ohio a Republican body. What is sance for the goose must be sauce for the gander. Therefore, the moveon foot, to effect a change of several judicial distriets, in this State, in such a manner as to threw them in the hands of the dominant party may, at Art glance, appear like a per version of power, is found to be, on re Section, due to the composition of the parties, the height of wisdom. The De mocratice party is composed of the intel -lgence ad the property-holders; the Republican party with a few exceptions Is com...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 May 1886

THE ME88ENGOR. Publshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. TSubscription 6100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. In 2 m n 3 m s 6 ml 1 yr. One lIneb... 150 2 2 4 0 700 Two inches. 225 27. 327) 6 001000 'fhreeinc 300 3 400 1 200o FourInchbes 375 425 4 8 1400 Five Inches 54547 10 16001 Sixnclahes.. 52 51 6 11 1800 Onecoluma 900 9 100015 00 Transient adveersements, 75 ens pa e inch for Aret inserton; 0 cents for each smbsequent insertion. Oebla or legal advertisements, 1 per SInchb for ist Isertion; and 0 een for each subsequent insertion. 0I7"Brld oemmunirat ons aupo sruteas of public Interest solicited. No atten-to. will be given to anotymous lettes. SATURDAY MAY 13d. 1886 LOVI FLOWE. Just as a rosebud, day by day Its petaln will melose, Until it opes in Nature's way Inte a fair white rose, So grew the love within my breast Into the perfect Sewer, That brought with it the sense of rest That gladdened every hour. The earth seems fairer, and the...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 May 1886

THE ME88~NGIBE. Publibshed Every Saturday. EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. Sylbscription $100 a year in advance. The Nihilist Cipher. Leo Harertmas in Philadelpia Pres. Our Nihilistie cipher is one of the best I ever saw, very simple and ingeious, but absolutely undecipherable by the pa lier, in spite of the fact that the princi pile of it is perfectly well known to them. Every thing in this cipher depends on tie applieation of a key word, arranged between the correspondents, to the text of the message. The following illestra tion will make it clear. Let the alphabet be arranged and pred: A B C D E (1) . () (_) (4) (5) F 0 H I J (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) K L M N O (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) ;H Q R 8 T S(16) .(417) (18) '(). (I0) U T W I Y (21) (22) ()11 (24) (15) (2) With thisable.before him, in aconec tion with e parole the correspondent will And it easy ether to write the cl pheror to understand it, yet one igno rnt of the word would be entirely In the dark. Suppose the m...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 May 1886

THE JIEN( AEM"GR. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. CtrSulmeription $100 a year in advance. Advertising For a Husband. A Fair Widow Got One, And Lost Him and Her Little Property. Mrs. Eliza Ellen Freeze was a widow with a nice little property and two chil dren. She took it into her head toadver tise for a husband. She got one. Now she is without a hu.band and is also minas the property, but she still has the chil Iren. Mrs. Freeze lived in the village of St. Paris, Champagne county Ohio. ,,he was comfortably situated, her his band having left her a little home and money. She is only 32 and fine looking and several farmers sought her hand and house, but she remained true to her dead husband's memory till this spring, In the early part of April when the birds began to mate, Mrs. Freeze became tired of widowhood. In an unlucky moment she put an advertisement in a Cincinnati paper. "A young widow of means would like to make the acquaintance of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 June 1886

T'I I'I ULL! IIUERUL $I oo, JUSTICE TO ALL. $I co. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVIL,, LA. JUNE 5th. 1886. NUMBER 15. 'THE JYESSENGER. The Convent Children's E-] hibitions. Let us premise this short and we fear but too impdrfect article, (too short to do ample justice to the event,) by sayinog that the size of the Mesr nler hindersan extended notice of the Convent chil dren's exhibitions, of last Thursday and Friday evenings. However,sulBoe it to say, that these exhibitions were a deci ded and marked improvement in every respect, to those heretofore given. The programmes, of the two nights, which are inserted below in full, and which by the way. was carefully and admirably carried out, will, we trust, supply the deficiency of any superfluous words that. space allowing, we would have employed to give vent to our feelings, and which the occasion deserved. Long before the curtain rose, the house was well filled with anxious expec tants. Following are the program mes: Thursday Evening, Boys Exhi...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 June 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S., THE ME8SENGER. Publihed Every Saturday. EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. 7 Sublcription $100 a year In advance. ADVERTISING RATES. APaCa. Imi mne 3 m 6 1 yr. OneInch... 1 00 4 700 Two lches. 2 27 3 6 1000 Three nebe 350 4 7 1200 Four naches 3 4 4 7 8 1400 Fiveinches. 4 47 5 10 1600 Six inches.. 525 57 6 11 1800 One column 9 9 10 i 200 Transient advertisemets, 75 eents per Inch for lert inertion; 60 ents for each subsequent imertion. Ofcal or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for brn imertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent imeertion. OTPBrief communlations upon subjets of public Interest solicited. No attention will be given to aneonymous letters. SATURDAY JUNE 5th. 188, List of 8ubemriptio. leeJ i e. Mr. A. . Hostle, all money eoietm b IIms for Heam Book and Ladder Cosmpay Ni. L vis : A. V. Flemnl g $1.50 A. V. lourwet 500 . V. Marta 1.50 P. Veerbm 1.00 Mosten a Marlin 0O E G. Vethism 50 1. Meavenu 50 e. eemmuse 200 D. DeMlse 50 Aiph...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 June 1886

BEER 0N ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'8. , " F .ir N A. . . . . . nif TILE VbE'S'ENGER. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. [Tr7ulcbription $100 a year in advance. ESCAPED CONVICT. Shot and Killed and Another Wounded by Guards. A Tallulah Speeial to the Shreveport Times, says : A white convict was shot and killed and a negro wounded last n ght by guards near Quebec. some eight miles west of this place. The facts are as follows: Yesterday morning three convicts escaped from the force employed on the Vicksebrg. Shreveport and Pacific railroad near here. They were hunted all day and about 11 o'clock last night two guards who had been hunting for them met them on a railroad bridge near Quebec and called on them to sar render. Instead of doing so, however, the three convicts rushed upon them. They were all three known as desperate characters, the two white men having been sent up for highway robbery from Calcasieu parish. One of them-John J. Cramer-was armed ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 June 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT8'U THE MESSENGER. Publhbed Every Saturday. Br EASTIN &BIENVENU, Editors and Poprietors. lSubmcription $100 a year in advance. Removing the Seat of GoT erament. It appears that a strong desire is fell by many members of the Legislature to have the ast of goverment of Lmelans removed again to New OrleMas. Even i1 no such faseeling had beesn expressed, itl existence might easily have bees take for granted from the regular weeklr exodus of legislators and State fue tionaries from Baton Rouge to New Or lesus. The sat of government was moved from New Orleans to Bates Rouge uad the Inuease of a popular outery for thi purileatlon of the State Administra tie. The chaagewasmade ata larg expense tea debt burdened people; bt behold the hopedfar redormation was o forthbemingl . Afars have gome m be ter at Bates Rouge than in the metrepo lis. The pure atmospher of the rural districts seemed powerless to astralia the material nflweness that had perw ded the peeints ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 12 June 1886

TIE S WU&ELI IEUEll UURL 10oo JUSTICE TO ALL. SI oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILI.E. I I.' JUNE 12th. I886. NUMBER 16. THE M-IESENGER. - ----_ ___ __ _ - I Embrace Your Opportunities. Recently,a friend of the writer, who can see a little further than his nose, in, most convincing language, intimated in a conversation, that we senm to have but a poor idea of the possibilities of our af fluent lands ; that our section is lhaped for immeasurable prosperities. At every "tuna we see hidden wealth srmiliieg and Inviting the hand to pleuk it from a weary state, and make it of some use, if not to the people, then to our personal interest." This gentleman, besides the extensive practice of his profession, finds time to attend to a fine farm. Firstly, most of his home necessities, he raises on his farm. He has several heads of fl:e bluled stock, of different kinds; he has a poultry yard, of the best breed, the eggs from which, when he chooses to sell, readily goes at three dollars a dozen ; ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 12 June 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT"S. THE MESSENGER. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors :nd Proprietors. r7"Subseription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. 1 m 2 mn , 3 Im; 6 lls 1 yr. Oneinch... 150 2()00 250 400 700 Two In hes. 2 25 2 75 3251 6 01000 Threeinches 3001 3 50, 4 70 7 1001200 Four inches 375 425 425 475: 8 501400 Five inches. 4251 4 75, 5251000 1600 Six inches.. 545 67 7 625f 11 U00 1800 Onecolumn 900 9001100011500,2500 Translent advertisements, 75 cents per inch for fist insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per li inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. r07Brief communclations upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY JUNE 5th. 1886. St. Nartin's Convent Schols. Valedietory delivered at the Graduating Exercises, June 4th. 186. BT Mme ComNxLu BhANCxR. Rev. Father, beloved Sisters, kind Pa rents and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 12 June 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBER T'~B THE ME8ENGER. Pubahed ry Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. I 'ubsa1nption $100 a year In advance. Knights of Eomr. Hon. Jobh T. Milbra, Supreme Vice Dietator od the Kaghts of Honer has moved to his handsome new es e em Jefferso, asr Fifth street. Yesterday afternoon he told a CourrierJural r porter of the lmportant legal changes made at the reesut seei d1 the Su preme Lidge. "First," said he, "the sai elde law was repealed. Out of 8000 deaths in the order there were 47 suicides. Mr. John Cromie, decneaed of the Central dge was me. His hirs wl at eme reeidve the 00 Seeoa the di stdreg of cites of 104000 iahatlmats and over was provded for. This may be dme whereere there are rve ormore sabordlnates lodges, and the Graud D r will ap point a Medical Examiner. Third only one call will be made each month, and this may be for more tha ne MeasAmAat. I necessary, and the members will have thirty days' time to pay as frmerly. Fourth t...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 12 June 1886

BEER ON 7CE AT B. AUDIBERT'8. THE MESRENGER. Pubhlshed Every baturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. 1t7 Subteription $1 00 a year i advance. Mormons Put to Rout. A Warm Beceptio for ieoaries Prom lytiag in Peasylvauia. Seven Mormon missonaries from Utah began a series of proselyting meetings at the Valley school-house in Wahingtoe towsUhip, one mile south of Fayette City last Sunday. Their meetings were largely attended and they bsptized ser eral converts. The citizaus became in digaant and demanded that the seheel house be closed against them, but this was not done. Last night the house was "overflowed" and at the conclusion of the services Parker Claybaugh, a justlee of the pease, arose and denouneed Mormonism in a speech of half an hour. He produced a glass of solution of arsenic and challem god the preacher to drink it, the lormon having said in his sermon that he could I do so without harm. The preacher re fused; Claybaugh branded him as an is p stdr, and the...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 June 1886

THE _V EE LI M88UUCEL $s00 JUSTICE TO ALL. S$ 00. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. JUNE 19th. 1886. NUMBER 17. T'HE MEAsEVNGE. Is It Just. The following extract is from the pub. lished proceedings of the last meeting of the Police Jury: James K on, Esq, having presen ted to the Plice Jury, in open session; a claim ofMesrrs. Gates & Barnard of Iberia for the sum of $121.40 for damage to steamboat Durio at Breaux Bridge, caused by inefcilency of the Bridge thee-And it appearing that said claim i. just and reasonable, on motion of Mr. Zeehampe duly seconded-It is aunolved that said claim be and is hereby approvle and or dered to be Apl ot of my fhods lathe Treasury andasa valMelaeat of the revenues of this year. The facts in this matter appear to be that whilst the Str. Duro was ceming through the drawbridge at Breaux Bridge one of the persons, at the crank of the roller on which the chain holding the span is attached, thinking or apprehen ding that the smoke stack of the boat would...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 June 1886

...1 O. "08 AT 1.. AUDI Ete ± a` f4" f-ý ýl11 \ ! v " i.Y A i 1"" S; , , .. .j raLet'r . ADVF..TIsINL- :CAT'fir. APACE. I i s 3 u.-' li iss1 Vr. Onlie 1i .. i ! 3 4J -i . . " Tlweo inclr,.-I :_ s 2:2 le. ... wor lunbh*, .125 z 5..; .el:, 6,, 1 O nie 'lnc I:.ht-I .i -I 1 . i ,, l:. "+' , i. t . tnix i r,,'h .. . ;,,In ;~r' " i' t .; i ri:r,, O n() e nl h n llt i lt ll ! ii:, ci.,^ !:, .)!' "'! . ii.a' i eich for fiir-t i 'r : .t ; ' "IM f,g L;'i mllahreent ins'rtl. i Ofllclal or Ica! : 'l it ,.,. I ~ * -r I', inch fir first im. ." . ifr e;ch sulaeqgnqlt inn lrti., . C- ilr' f !ow," r ,li - iIi .: ' . f . , of public ilt I:t .'olt'(h , . .:l , , .,r !.-..t .. .. ;am: - Tt41d to *.l . " '" ! a" or n. 'o t'iir. r .r.di:'.t i. i,,! , : i1''. , ht *!n 44. by Mr. CasPidy: An act re ... : a! atorea. rshl:q, g!'e'.R. saioons an.. all plaues of pl'i'i" btu..il:, ! whieh are or may e ro(, ".1,,:ed ilr lr any law of the State of Lol.isiar.n, or an-: parochial or mannlirltal law or oriti...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 June 1886

BEER~ ON ICE AT B. AUDiBERT'S. THE MEBSENGOR. Publshed Every Saturday. aT EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprleter. ga"ubsriptlon $100 a year in advance. A eroiae of the war. There is a long f n story o the war behind the bill trodued by Con greseman Wade to pay Mrs. Sarah L. Everemon $100. One day in eember, 1861, Jef Thmpsom's bead df guerrilae swooped down pop the river town of Commere In southwest Missouri, and set a trap. The anticipated game was the City d Alton, arrying agreat quan tity of stare, large malib and more than all else, the commander of the Misnd sippi -bot Seet and ether federal e ers o high rank. Allthmeaof Com mre were made risoners and taken bak Int the bSrest. Behind the loeh wood pies a the landing the gerilme maconcealed themaselves. They knew thes City of Alton would touch there for fuel and their plan was to remain i hiding until the boat rwas to, and them capture her and all m beard with one grand charge. That n warnang mightbe em veyed by thedeser...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 June 1886

BEER @N ICE A~T B AUDIBERT'"S. THE MESSNF4GERL P'ub hh.' L Evwn .aturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Pr,prietors. FTSnIn.eriptijn $1 (10 a vear inadvance. A Tale of Horror. Lewistos / Me) Joarna. Speaking of the venominous snake which caused the horrible death of the little soy who lived near Grand Falls, a short time since.a Lewiston man vouches for the truth of a similar occurrence in the eastern part of this State, which e came under his observation not long ago. A young fellow whowas a noted sporteman always running about the woods, gu ning and fishing, one day about a month sace took his fishing rod and started for a trout brook, where he was wont to make his headquarters during the .eb. log season. He tells the story himself that abJut noon the day belng warm, he became thirsty and stretched himself out on the bank of a trout brook and began drinkrng a cool draught from a clear pool just below a small waterfall How the misfortune happened he can hardly explain, but,...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 June 1886

S0 oo JUSTICE TO ALL. s co. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. JUNE 26th. 1886. NUMBER IS. THE iME a.BNGER. - PEKE JAN. Eighty-four years ge the venerable, well beloved and venerated priest Ange Maie Jan, was born in the anient pro vinee of Britany, France. At the age of twenty four years betook priestly orders; and for over thirty Ave years he has been a guardian angeloverthe people et St. Martin. Lst Sunday was the sixtieth saniversary of his entrance into the priesthood. What pleasant contempla tions are engendered by a retrospective glance of the fathtul devotion and seri tude in the good work allotted to him here on earth ! To the people his dock to everyone, he has indeed proved a fa ther, a wise counsellor. He huas admiai tered the holy sacrament of baptis to self, and to our children. And, he l yet a hale and hearty old man. Pure, an selfsh, self-sacrifeing for the welfare of all; faithfully serving his Master, who can doubt that he will occupy a promi nent sat by the eternal t...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 June 1886

E3ER ON IEO AT B. AUDIBERT'S. THEJ~ ME88EA'R. Publshaled Every Saturdlay. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. ' Suibscription $S00 a year inadvance. What Causes The Difference. We have before as the return of sales of 40 Ibrrels of Irish potatoes shipped by Mr. W. H. Crews of this place to Messrs. W. c. Moore & Co., of Cincinati, dealers in fruits vegetables and produce, and the net procereds foot up $72,96 or nearly two dollars per barrel. They were shipped about the lnt of this month. A shipment ito New Orleans by another party yielded the shipper 45 cents net per barrel With such faets staring themin the faee it is not to be wandered at that our small farmers are disposed to giveNew Orleans the cold shoulder In produse trae, and seek for a marketwhere they can realise something for the fruits of their labors. Mr. Crews has been dealing with the fArm ,f W. C. Moore & Co, this spring and found them prompt and honorable in their dealings, and those of our peo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 June 1886

BUER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERTS' THE MESSENG'ER. Pubhshed Fecry .Natiunlay. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. t7'Sulsceription $1 h 0 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I nll2ms 3mSa nG l yr. Ote inch... 150 200) 250 40 700 'Two inches. 225 2751 3 600 1000 Three inches00 3. 4 01 700 1200 F,our in'lhe 375 425 4 75 850 1400 Five inºches. -1251 4 75 5251100011600 Six inchlsl.5.. 52I5 575j (25(lljs 1800 One column I 900 900 10 0!1500 125 00 Transient advertisements, 75 frts per ilch for first insertion; 50 cents for each laniritquent ina"rtson. Offilal or legal advertisements, $1 per I 11 inch for tigst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. 7Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. 8ATURD.%Y JUNE 19th 1586, A Curious Coincdence. IDeroit Free Press. The other day, while a Michigan Cen- I tral train was waiting at St. Thomas, a young man of2 WS observed to be cloee- i ly regard...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 June 1886

BEER 1 ICE AT B. AUDIBERT*S*.. THE MESSENGER. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Propriets. 7natbserilption $ 100 a year In advmee. The Nary Andermon ·i [Chiago Trium.] From the ingenious but vigorous and impetuous Far West comes ocasonUally an opinion which goes to the root of things, Says the Deadwood Nugget. Mise Mry Andersona should learn to kiss according to oyle, klss that after the deal she would leave a royal flsh on the cheek of the kisse. If Mary would pay a little more attention to kissing she esld eultivatrte an article that would cause theootlights to pals with envy. and makethe stage carpeater to pound his ear on his toolehest with admiration. She is built right to kiss with stunning efect. Her lips are full ad red ; her neck is swan-like; she could approach a man from the rear, lean over his shoul der, look down through his eyes into his boots, glue her lips to his, draw in her breath to compress her lip for an Instant then suddenly part ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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