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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 October 1873

TUESDAY OCTOBER 14, 1878. Vested Rights—No. 3. Huving endeavored to give some of the grounds upon which the claim to vested rights are acquired by private ocrporat ions from the legislative power let us look and learn if the people have not some remaining rights in railroad*. Although our courts have generally held thai an unlimited right or fran chise granted by the legislature is be yond the repeal of ■ subsequent legis lature, they have recognized the pow er of cancellation as existing in Un people, in their sovereign capacity. They have not placed the remedy be yond the reach of the people, bin have removed it to the extreme limit of the power of that people, and to a point where its application is difficult and accompanied with long delay. The Supreme Court of the United States, iv v ease when it was contend ed that atl act of the State Legislature was void, said: "We are not the guardians of the rights of the people of the State, unless they are secured hy some constitutional ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 October 1873

CITY AND HI 111 1< IIS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. It. X, Widney. IMstrlct Judge I7D Judicial District, composed oi i.o.i Angeles county. Coin i meets m Pebrunrj, Muj, August und November. Ignaetn Scpnlvcdu, ('.mntv Judge, Court Commissioner, '. < 1. Howard. Shit ' Senator, 11. li. Wilson. Member* of Assembly, Thos, D. Moll and Asa Rill*. Sbarltf, Wm. li. Ilowlund; Under Sheriff, .\ Ito ri H. Johnston; Deputy sheriff, .1. M. Baldwin. County Clerk, \. W. Pot In; Deputies, C. W. i lon Id and s. 11. Mott. District Attorney,!', B.Thoin; Assistant, K. M. lloss. County Treasurer, Thomas X, Rowan, superintendent of Public schools. Wllllnui McPtidden. i*u til ie Admhdsl rutor, (teorge < 'arson, County Surveyor, P. Ijeaouvreur. CoUnty Assessor, |), li ,tiller. i 'oroner, Joseph Kurt/. County Board of Supervisors- Chairman, H. Porsmau; A. k. Bush, F. Pniuinares, s. n. Caswell. cm OFFICER*'. Mayor, J. It. Tobermtin. Marshal, J, |{. Wolfe. Treasurer, i leorae li. Butler. Attorney, A. W. il...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 14 October 1873

" ■ "■ CLOUDS. The snow f clouds ait' Myitis; past," I.lke White-sailed ships on high; And many eves now follow thctu, F.u up iv the blue *k>. I j|js£i fUlff ftfl* ■ old Boreas will wnfl ye home, Prom off that isle of blue; Then onward, I It tie whlte-Wlnged ships, To the poll you have in View, \\ hat freight is thai you boarawaj To your bright homes abuvef ]S it not something from this earth, Thai we have kepi and loved? Perchance it is v mother's love, some darling, dail, ayed Uo) : rcrchance a gonleh-ticaded girl, Some mother's love aud Joyj I'eihnps - it was n fair yonti jhrrtle, That all in white was dressed, As witb closed eyeJ und Abided h uuK They laid her down to re d. Maj i>e a tat her, ftmd ami 11 ue, Sunk 'nealh I he ocean's wive; Ail, bo* 'in' lonely orphans weep At ttwagbti ot the sailor's gravel A mother's gentle voice is hushod • vi : efiilden, iov ing well, Wind nioiial rends your hearts, No earthly tongue can icii | A gentle sister, foud and true, rtfew Werfr...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 October 1873

VOLUME I. s Published every morning except Monday, by Till: KKRAI.II PRINTING COMPANY, of Met: Uernld Sleum It.ml. I Job Printing House. spring .street, oppo> lie the I 'ourt House. TERMS! Per annum, by mail or express Jill I ix mouths " '• li Three months •' " • It Delivered b> carriers, per week, - > cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rales. LETTER FROM SACRAMENTO. [special Correspondence ofthe Herald.] Sacka.mi.nto, Oct. 11. EDITOR HERALD: Yesterday, a lit tle after 2 o'clock, I set foot in the cap ital for the first time, completing the journey in about 50 bonis. And now, before I undertake to picture things bent, let me just say a word as to the intermediate journey. That the TELEGRAPH STAOE LINK In in every respect equal t<> the high opinion tlie public has conceived of It, i make no manner of question; hut that staging, over the route from Los Augeles to the railroad terminus, is a most execrable mode of traveling, is equally true. The afHictlou of the tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 October 1873

Irttgftt* §,ffltt, WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 15, 1873. RETURNS. As the Hkkald desires to present the fullest possible election news on Thursday morning, it bojies that its friends throughout the county will forward returns to the ofllce to-night both by telegraph and letter. Election To-day. While this article is being read, the polling will already be going on. Now the minds of must voters have been firmly made up; theircandidates have heen selected; their votes melded. Little of the political has entered the canvass; in most cases the question has been asked, "Who is the best man?" not "Who is the best Republi can?" or "Who is tbe best Democrat?" Staunch Republicans, in the case of the Supreme Judge, will vote for Mc- Kee, staunch Democrats for Dwindle, and staunch members of both parties for McKinstry. Looking at tbe can vass impartially, the chances for the election of Dwindle seem the best; thus it seems; although to the writer either of the other candidates is pre ferable. For Dist...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 October 1873

i'jrrv AND SI in Kits. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. IL M. Widney, District Judge ITlfc Judicial District, composed oi Los vugclcs county, dunl meets in Fcarunqy, May, .Uipusl and Nntreniber. iKiiaeio siepulvedo, County Judge. Cunt Commissioner, X. (I. How.int. Htate Senator, li. I». Wilson. Member* of Assembly, Thus, D, Mull nnd Asa Kills. Sheriff, Wm. It. Uov.lnnJ; Custer sherlil', \lhcrC It. .hdfnstnn; Deputy .'■dierUf, .1. M. Ilaldwln. County ricrk, A. W. Pnttsj Deputies, c. W. liniild und S. 11. Moll. District Attorney, f. K. Thomi Assistant, K. M. Roan. i o.iniy Treasurer, Thoni > R. Rowup, superintendent of Public Schools, William M cKllildeii. Public Admlnlatnitor, • leorge i tarsou. County Surveyor, K. Kecouvrenr. County Assessor, ii. rtotillcr. Coroner, Joseph Kurt/.. county Hoard al'HSuerv IshrS l chairman, 11. Ponraan; \. L Uusv, PI l*ah>mares, M. H. Caswell. f ITY OKUCKIts Mayor, J, K. Toberman, Marshal, .1. it. Wuiie. Tn usurer, Ocnrgc R. Ilntli i. ' Attorney, A. W. Ill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 15 October 1873

leu Srrald. For the HERALD. MOONLIGHT IN LOS ANGELES. Slow the moon, with glancestender, Rises in Die east: Like an empress in her splendor, To some royal feast; Like some queen of fabled story. Rising up in trembling glor> , I.lke a soul released. Now tbe radiant moonlight streaming, Bathes each lofty hill; And in murm'rotis rapture dreaming, Sleeps eneh stream and rill; Now the trembling dew-drops quieter, And the zephyrs sigh and shiver, Shiver, and are still. Now o'er bower and fruit is lying, Silence like the tomb; And each flower, In stillness sighlnc, Sheds its sweet perfume; Shadowy shapes come swift advancing, And bright fairy forms arc glancing Through the trembling gloom, o'er soft scenes thy bright smiles hover, Silv'ring hill and glade; Ling'ring, lunging, where tiie lover, And the gentle maid, 'Neath thy rays of dazzling splendor, Whisper secrets, low and tender, In the olive shade. Myriad rays like diamonds sparkling, Shed a radiance round; Where the orange groves ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 October 1873

VOLUME I. i Published every morning except Monday, I>V THE HERALD PIU VTI\« lOJH'AW, OFFICE Herald Stenni Itook ami Job Printing House. Spring treet, opposite the i ourt House, TERMS: Per annum, by mull or espreas SIO six mouths •• " t) Three linn ths •' " • :t Delivered by carriers, per week, 2ft cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates, Galileo. Editor Hmraldi —Your correspon dent, when a college hoy, remembers to have heard Dr. John Lord, more than twenty yean ago, deliver a course of historical lectures. Dr. Lord, as I remeinlier hint, wasut that time most fascinating in manner and matter. Ht must be quite old, now, as he seemed full grown at that lime, and appeared to have fully thrown off that gosling .sort of carri age and habit which never entirely de serts one under thirty-five. The following extract from the Chronicle* report of his report of Gal* lileo, in tiie issue ot tiie Sth of Octo ber, 187!J, seems so characteristically Caltfornilah that it amused me, and I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 October 1873

gig UttfleUss pmUL THURSDAY OCTOBER 16, 1X73. A Tale that has a Moral. By a strange comedy of errors, the following dispatch occurred in yester day's paper: SAN BI'ENAVKNTI'RA, Oct. 14. While Mr. A. Sharkie and Dr. Bard were out for a drive around town, the team became unmanageable, and sud denly turned across the road. Both of them were thrown into a ditch. Dr. Bard received a very severe wound about two inches in length, above his rhjihteye. His right thigh was badly bruised. Mr. Sharkie was knocked speechless. They are both doing well. The horses and carriage were slightly injured. It should have read: San Bernardino, Oct. 14. While Mr. A. Starke and Dr. Grant were out for a drive around town, the team became unmanageable, and sud denly turned across the road. Both of them were thrown into a ditch. Dr. Grant received a very severe wound about two inches in length, above his right eye. His right thigh was badly bruised. Mr. Starke was knocked speechless. They are both doing well. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 October 1873

£00 %spks $w\U (TTY AND Sl 11l ItBS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. It. M. Widney, District Judge 17.» Judicial District, composed of r<n* Angeles county. Court meets in Februnry, May, August and November. Ignaclo Hepulveda, t ounty Judge. (Sinn commissioner,.], G Howard. State Senator, B. D. Wilson. Members of Assembly, Thus. D. M<>t t and Asa Ellis. Sheriff, Wm. ft Rowland; Under Sheriff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy sheriff, J. In. Baldwin. County Clerk, A. W. Potts; Deputies, C. \Y. Gould anil S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, C, E. Thorn; Assistant, E. M. Ross. County Treasurer, Thomas E. Rowan. Superintendent of Public Schools, Wllliuni McKaddeii. Public Administrator, George * 'arson, County Surveyor, F t.eeouvreur. Couuty Assessor, I). Botlller. (Coroner, Joseph Kurt/.. County hoard of Supervisors—Chairman, H. Eorsman; a. l. Bush, F. Palomarcs, s. n. Caswell. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor, J. R, Toberman. Marshal, J. R. Wolfe. Treasurer, George It. Butler, Attorney, a. w. Ration. Clerk,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 16 October 1873

dgdgdgdgd PACIFIIC COAST TELEGRAMS. SAN FRANCISCO. Sax Francisco, October 15. Following are tlie passengers by the Mohongo for San Pedro: Rev. A. H. Smith, D. Campbell, J. Gregg, Mrs. \V. L. Ustiek and infant, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. P. Ameriax, child and infant, J. N. Savage and wife. Mr. Frank, B. F. Weston, Max Cohn, P. Mcßae anil wife, Miss L. A. Wood hams, Jos. Wood hams, J. Ayers, T. Jones, Chas. Draper, G. B. Sanguine, M. S. Goodman, J. M. Staples, Frank Lefoucherie, Rev. D. D. Kellogg and wife, Lieut. E. Fellings, L. Tony, B. S. Shortridge, Ben. Crowell. Madame Tricott, T. Miller, A. Seamans, Miss Osgood, Mrs. Fall, C. Thibault and wife, Mrs. Sayer, J. Robinson and son, M. Burns, Rev. R. Strong, H. Heitz, F. A. Taylor, W. A. Sprouter and G. A. Armstrong. For Santa Barbara—-H. Gunterman, wife and six children, L. Langford and wife, Miss Rink, R. S. Williams, A. L. McCurdy. Mrs. Gray, Dwight 0. Schoneman, D. Hughes, G. Stone, Taylor Webster, W. H. Ladd, Ed. Trussl, Chas. Mclntire, But...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 October 1873

VOLUME I. I>* IWvuUL :-:r.-rt:-—-rr- -.4-- ~.- --- •' a Published ever, morning except Monday, TIIK HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. OFFICE -Herald Mtenm Hook and J»i» ■•rrtitliiK lluus*-, Spring .treet,opposite the t 'Ottrl House. TEKMS: Per annum, by mail or express Sio w ix months '•• " ii Three months " " • <j Delivered by carriers, per week Si cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. Some Minor Points of History. [Pratn the Now York World.] " Jf General Hamilton's figures l»e correct, then Washington was never 'in debt' in any sense of the word. Corbett and the World seem to think differently.- [Baltimore Gazette. The Accomplished writer in the Oa :> rtV, who at one period of hi* life care fully investigated at least the military part of Washington's career, and pub lished the result in volumes which form an interesting pari of our histor ical literature, ought not to have fallen into so many mistakes as he has given us occasion to rectify. He seems to hmVO forgotten mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 October 1873

FRIDAY OCTORER 17, 1878. The Judicial Election. The returns received show that Mc- Kinstry has been elected Supreme Judge by a heavy majority. In «ome respects this result was unexpected. The |*?riod in the cam >nign in which the nomination took place was very late; the canvass was not actively carried on, except in the more thickly settled country, and in the more re mote districts no organization had taken place. Notwithstanding this, the McKinstry vote nearly equals thai of the other two candidates. This can be taken in no other sense thau a strong endorsement of the In dependent movement, and of Gov. Rooth, its head and front. Two elec tions, following so rapidly, the one after the other, ami won, show, at least, that the new party has become v power; that it has organization, and strength, and all other qualities neces sary to perpetuate its existence. This election will-render secure tlie election of Gov. Rooth to the I'nited States Senate. Not that it adds direct ly one su...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 October 1873

CITY AM) WCIICKHS. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. it. M. Widney, isstrlet Judge 17I« Judicial District, composed of I.os \ngrlc* county. i'o.ni nifs-ts in February, May, Aligns! nud November. fgnaclo McfMilverta, ('.mm v .lifdije. tVMirt < 'nm ml**loner. J. tl. Mow in I. Statu Hen (tor. li. i>. Wilson. Member* nt Assemble, Tho*. D. Moll nud A»n Kills, Sheriff; W in. It. IfftWkindl 1 inter Sberltr, Albert W Johnshui; pppul.i sheiid. .). M. Baldwin. (tountyt Icrk, a. W. Pott*; Detail lea, c. \y. < knild and s. H. Matt. District Attorney, ('. K.Thnm; Assistant, i:. \l. itoss. I'ountv Treamirer, Tlinm t* R. Rowan. Superintendent nl' public *c bonis, William MeFa.idcii. iiiiiiic Administrator, tleorge < 'arson, County Surveyor, F. l<ecouvn«ur. I 'omCy Assessor, D. Ilotlllcr, i 'oroner, Joseph X lifts, Connty ItiNird of supervisor- -Chairnutn, 11. Foreman; A. L Hindi, r. I*nlruuure*, s. It. • 'tiswcll. CITI OFFICERS vlnvor, I. 1(. Toberiunn. Marshal, J. it. Wolfe. Treasurer, <le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 17 October 1873

$wmtt Hfrattl. a a i fa a s*t7~ si - Milk as a Remedy. Considerable has heen lately said in medical journals concerning the value of milk as a remedial agent iv certain diseases. An interesting article upon this subject lately appeared in the London Milk Journal, in which it is stated on the authority of Dr. Benja min Clarke that in tbe East Indies warm milk is used to a |PMI extent as a specific for diarrbic. A pint every lour hours will check th-- most violent diarrlue, stomach ache, incipientlehol tra and dysentery. Tbe milk should never be boiled, but only heated suffi ciently to be agreeably warm, not too hot to drink. Milk which has been boiled is unfit for use. This writer gives several instances to show the value of this simple substance in ar resting this disease, among which is the following. The writer says: 'It has never failed in curing in six to twelve hours, ami T bave tried it, I should think, fifty times. J bave also given it to a dying man who had been subject to d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1873

VOLUME I. s Published even morning except Monday, THE VESA LB pkiAtim; COMPANY. OFFTCE—HeraId Nl+aui tiooi. and! Jest I'rimlng House. Sprint.' I reel, opposite Ihe I olllt House. TERMS) Per annum, to. nvill orexprc** -in six mnuth* ■• •• a Three month* •• *• • :i OelKereil by carriers, per week ■>.; cents Ad< erllseiiients Inserted at liberal rates. Scientific Notes. SIOCKSSKI'L TItA.NSI- I SHIN OF Blood.- A successful paw of iinnie (ll ate transfusion of blood hy Dr. AIM nl, of Naples, is related by Dr. Mac- Kwen in the lust number ot tlio Glasgow Mi (Ural Journal. The transfusion was from the carotid arte ry of a limit into the veins of a lady exhausted by hemorrhage. A gum elastic tube about half a metre in length was inserted into the artery of the lamb, and placed in communica tion wtth the vein opened In the arm of the patient. At tlie extremity of a similar tube two tubes of glass were joined in such a manner as to remain lixed oil one side of tlie exposed and incised a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1873

The Largest Circulation of any Paper Printed in the County. SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1873. The Weekly Herald. The first number of the WEEKIA Los Angelas HKBAXD will be pub lished on Saturday morning, October ::. r )th. It will contain a full resume of the news of the week, local news, inar i cts, and select reading for the family circle, lv fact it will b- the largest anil most complete newspaper ever published in this section of the State, and give more reading matter than all the newspaper*published in Lot An pete* county combined. Price, S4 per nullum in advance. Send in your orders. _ The Election Abroad. "The mills of the gods grind slowly, lut they grind exceeding sure." Now, furlong years the party in power hns been misgoverning the nation. Start ing out with probably earnest and hon est purposes, as almost all new parties do, the Republican party did its work well. It guarded the interests oftbe people, and used moderate economy. While not accepting all the principles upon which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1873

CITY ATM) MIJBURBM. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. It. M. Widoey, District Jlojbjre 171 ♦■ Judicial District,, composed ol Los Angeles county, court meets In February, May, Auloi-i and November. Ignacio Mepulveda, County Judge. court Commissioner,.!. O, Howard. state senator, H. I). Wilson. .Members of Assembly . Tho-. P. vim- oid Asa Kills. sheriff. Win. li. Mow land; Under Sheriff, Albert D. Johnston; Deputy Sheriff, J. M Baldwin. County Clerk. A. W. Pottaj Deputlei, c. SV. ■ .mild and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney,!', R. Thorn; Assistant, R. M. Rota. to inly Treasurer, Thomas K. Ho waa. Superintendent of Public School-, William McPaddcn. I'u hi ie Ad mi nisi rat or, < leorge Carson, County Surveyor, F. I.ecouv rear. county Assessor, D, Hotlllee. I'oron'er, Joseph Kurtz. county boardof Supervisors- Chairman, H. torsmnn; A. 1.. Hush. I. Palnyiarcs, S, H. Caswell. CITY OPFIfJKRR Mayor, J. It. Toberman. Marshal, J, It. Wolfe. Treasurer, George It. Butler. attorney, A. w. Button. t lerk, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 18 October 1873

dgdgdgdgdgd LO VELY PEGGY. Tbe following mtN are of Interest us a youthful production of President .lefterson, and are printed In the HUtorirtU Record (row ■he oriKiuu! manuscript in ids handwriting In the uotaesclon of Mr. Dreer,of Phiiadciptiin. The Bost«.n .Wr//•«»»'• very truly says: "This poem should nerve aa v warning to young men never to put their maaiuerlpl poems out of their bunds:" LOVKIA near. tine. 1 more l il tutif the vocal shell; To hllii and dales mj passion tell, A fhime which tune can never quell, That burns lor lovely Peggj. The greater bardi tbe lyre ahontd hit, For, su>, what subject is more Ht, Thau l<i record the startling wit And bloom of iovel> PeggJ • The sun tlr-i rising In the morn, That paints the ilea £bcttpurklod thorn, Does not so much tne da) adoi v, dee.-, my lovel) Pegg>, And a hen In Tbetls' lap to rest He vtreaka with noid the rutul) v> ■ *t, He's not so beautiful as undrest .appears my lovel) Peggy. Wi re she arrayed lv rustle we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 19 October 1873

VOLUME I. £0.0 JUiflelcs JlcvaUl. • Published even morninagc\c.<pi Monday, by THE 111 It ll II I'HIM IVti t tDH'ASV, OEEICE 11. riilil Kleniii Hook ami .lob t'.'iailtiiK House, spring street, opposite tbe Court House, TERMS: Per annum, by mall imp express Sift six months '■ " il Three months •• '• -. ~ li Delivered by earl ier-, per week ....2a cents Ad> ertlscmeel* in-erte.d !it liberal rates. A Reminiscense of Hiram Powers. Sitting in tbe Cafe Euro pa at Flor ence, in 18PJ, our little coterie of sight seeing salts were taking lunch, ilis euaalhg people, tinti, as far us our poor ability extended, making criticism upon art. Any one of us, however, coiild have been more critical In the model of a sliiji or the proper laying of a splice, than upon any ot the numerous beautiful works of art whioh had been presented to our inspection •luring our visit. In the party there was one who not only felt the grandeur of being un American, but of all Americans he waa the cap-sheaf. In fac...

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