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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 4,1897. THE KANSAS CITY, JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S51. The Journal Company, Publishers. Journal Building, Tenth and Walnut. . NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Elngle copies , 2! Sunday '' 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; . 5 cents per month.' BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, 1 year. "J Dilly and Sunday, G months - Dally and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Daily and Sunday, 1 month 0 Sunday only. 1 year. 1 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr. 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office Editorial and Society City Editor . 250 .1S57 . m Eastern Office ...SI and 32 Tribune Bullling. New York Chicago Offlce ISM Masonic Tempi J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Po-itoffice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Clpss Mall Matter. THD "WEATHER. Washington, April 3. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory Fair; cooler; northwest winds. .... For Missouri Clearing In the morning: generally fair during the day: cooler: west winds. For Kansas Generall...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. DOGS WEBE JOYFUL LAST 3TIGHT ENDED THEIR FOCR, DATS' IMPRISONMENT. -CROWDS ON THE CLOSING BAY. CHOW HAS BEEN A GREAT SUCCESS IX EVERY WAY. 'Clans of Dors Exhibited Wu Excep tionally Good and the Attend ance Far Beyond Ex pectation Ivnnsna City ' Doc Made Good ShoTiinc. Three hundred tired barkers hailed with ttellght the hour which saw the big crowd jour out of the armory last night, and leave them to rest and quiet after four days ond nights of pushing. Jostling, crowding nnd. more tlresomo than all else, being cooped up on the bench. Inclosed within lour brick walls, when they wanted to set out and breathe the fresh, pure air. The old campaigners who have ben around the circuit don't stem to mind the confinement of the bench show so very much, though ver. they get weary In a four days' stretch; "but the house dogs, hunting dogs mid pets, which have been accustomed to the fullest liberty, showed by their manner at the clos-e of the sh...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4,1897. LEEDY IN DESPAIR. DISGUSTED DV THE SITUATION 1VVAXDOTTE COCXTV. IX DOESN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO. VAXTS TO COLOXIZE A FEW HOX EST POPS AT ICAWS 3IOUTH. I'lnsbness of Certain Fop Legislators Gives nine to Scandalous Stories A Speech Tlint Xever Warn 3Inde Lewelllnir and Hash. Topeka, Kas.. April 2. (Special.) "Want edSome reliable and 'middlln' honest Pop ulists to settle in Wyandotte county for political purposes. J.W. LEEDY. "Governor of Kansas." Don't be surprised it you see this ad. appear in the various reform papers in the state at an early date, for it expresses the governor's sentiments. So far he has rctiained from publishing his -wants in newspapers over his signature and under the seal of the state, but he may be forced to do it in order to solve a very knotty problem -with which he has come in con tact. He is now encaged in a quiet hunt for some men of the stripe described above; men whom he can tie to at all times, to locate in Ka...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. OUTSIDER IN FRONT. MARHOKOLGII CAPTCnED THE IlICH CALU'OnMA DEUDV. WISE ONES MADE A KILLING. BACKED IIISI Do;ra FItOJI 40 TO 1 TO 10 TO 1. The Winner Is a bon of (he Great El Klo Rey and Is Oirncd by Atkins &. LottridKe RacInK Rc- ults nnd Grnernl Sportinc Sort. San Francisco, April 3. The Inaugural California derby, the blue ribbon event of the Pacific coast, valued at i.",000, was de cided at Ingleside this afternoon under the most favorable circumstances, the weather being perfect and the track In splendid condition. Seven thousand people wit nessed the contest by the select field of 2 y ear-olds who battled fiercely for ictory and fame, and, as Is usually the case, a rank outsider flashed by the winning post In the lead. Atkinson & Lottridge's El Rio Rey colt Scarborough, against whoso chances 10 to 1 was offered at one time, was the fortunate colt to capture the first derby and. Incidentally, his ictory resulted In one of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1897. 8 WORK MUST BE PAID FOR. 'JUDGE SCAIIIUTT HAXDS DOWS AX IMPORTANT DECISION. Holds Tlint Vrapcrir Owners Cannot Ermle Payment Through Tech nicalities Practically " vcrici Conrt of Appeal. Judge Scarritt decided yesterday that n hen a contractor does a piece of -work he must be paid for ''. even though some technicality might stand in the way of a literal Interpretation of his contract. The court of appeals decided a short time ago that if a contractor did a piece of work, hut did not complete it within the exact time specified In the contract, he could not recover the tax bills even though the work was finished to the complete satisfaction of tho city authorities. The decision of Judge Scarritt was ren dered in the suit of tho New England Safe Deposit and Trust Company against T. M. James and others. The contractor did not finish a pleco of work within the exact limits of his contract, which provided that lie must pay 110 a day lor ever...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

CK V "v TW, - ,&" otttttal $ YOLTOIE,,XXXIX. NO. 299. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, APRIL 5, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. fj ito J 2, OLD MURDER CHARGE. BOSS C IDLER FIXDLEY MAY I1E IX DH; ID FOR KILLING CARR. grandvry may investigate. p s & :AP GAiG KIXG HAS XO JCSTICE SC2 Cwi IT TELL XOW. If Shootlnif Carr Recalled by an rly Morning Fight Hctweea 3 Mrt. Findley, Her Dnughter and n. "Woman Findley Was With. Ed Fmdlcy. tho boss gambler, has been having trouble with his wife and daughter, cwlng to the fact that he has been staying out late at night and associating with oth er women. The gamblers and touts who do not belong to his gang have been busy cir culating stories about the difficulties In which he has been involved by the jealousy of Mrs. Findley. who has. they say. been following him during the past eight or ten nights. It Is also said that the wife and daughter found him in company with a no torious woman in a. drinking resort on Seventh street several nights ago and cre at...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

r.-ss.'fsr-"1 -VV-p '',""' l"" T " - ir '2 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AFlilL 5, 1897. 4 ; upward chango of one-tenth of a foot In the twenty-four hours up to 4 o'clock this afternoon. The cause now stands -47.10, three feet and a tenth above the dancer line. The levees are holding out well, the weather Is tine and general outlook favor nblf. The levees at Helena. Ark., are reported breaking. The following Is from that point: "The expected has happened. After wear' days and nights of watching, work ing and waiting, after fighting the floods from without, the winds and rains from Hlwve, and the seepwater and backwater from behind, our levees have gone to piece?. This morning at 7 o'clock the Williamson levee, two miles below this city, gave way at a point 1.000 feet north of Long lake levee. This, is the work which has been under direct charge of Mr. Pil low, the most superb water fighter in all this country. "Mr. Pillow had been given charge of thl3 section of levee because of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J0U11NAL, MONDAY, ARLUL 5,1897. KANSAS an, KAS. THE Branch Office of The Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery of the pa per will be speedily remedied if no. tice is given. Telephone West 33. C HRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Mln- lmum. Send your Flannel to TVULF'S LAUNDRY To bo laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation H. F. WDLP. Prop . Fifth and State. 'CCICV Inntltntn Portsmouth Bids.. K CCLLI IllSIUUm Kansas City. Kas.. The onlj place In Kansas where the 1 Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions aro administered. Address as aboe. TUESDAY'S ELECTION. EVERYTIIIVG IV REDI.VESS FOR Tooionnows covtest. REPUBLICANS ARE CONFIDENT. 1VITII I.MTED ACTrOV AX OLD-TIME VICTORY AVILIi DE 1VOV They Should Turn Out and Vote the Straight Ticket, Headed by Slnrsh- innn for Mnor Eldrldge'a Effort Failed Com- jilctel. Eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

"i. THTj KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, ATitlL 5, 1897. z jcsV: THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED 1S3L The Journal Company, Pnhllnher. Jonrnnl Unlldlnir, Tentli and AValnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION' RATES Single copies 2c Sunday Sc DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally ond Sundaj-, 1 year $4 M Dally and Sunday. E month' 2 W Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only, 1 jear 1 00 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr. 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. BuJness Office 20 Editorial and Society. 1837 aty Editor 12 Eastsrn Office ...21 and 22 Tribune Bull ling. New York Chicago Office 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agencj-. Entered at the Poaofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEATHER. Washington, April 4. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; northerly t, inds. For MIfsourl: Generally fair during the day. cooler in northeastern portion; north ivtttcrly winds...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897. THI8TYYEARSFRIDAY 3IXCE PATRICK IIOL'LEIIAX BEGAN ' HIS RAILROAD CAREER. LONG WITH THE BURLINGTON. EVERY rROMOTIOX AA'AS FOR 3IERIT IX A LOWEU TOSITIOX. So rr Superintendent of the Hannibal and Lena Than 42 Icon of Age Fait Ran an the Snnta l-'e Other Xcw of the Railroads. On next Friday Patrick II. Houlehrin, superintendent of the Hannibal & St. Jo seph railroad at Brookfleld, will complete thirty consecutive years of railroad -work. Ho will bo less than 42 years of age at that time and so far as can be learned is the youngest man in the country who has that number of years of active rail road work to his credit. In the thirty years since his name was put on the pay roll of a railroad company Mr Houlehan has worked from the lowest rcund up to his present position and has accomplished the results by his own ef forts. At no time has ho ever enjoyed a 'pull" with influential people to aid him in his promotions, save such a pull as wc...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897. I COMMUNICATIONS. ! V VWVV VV 'AVtV.VAV.ViVA'WAVA'V W Jnirnlls nnd Knnxnsu To the Editor of The Journal. "My Political Career at an End." Tngtlls. The most distinguished man in the state of Kantas. and the man whoso name 1l jond the state is known by ten to one be fore anj living Kan--an. save possdbly the one whose name went abroad on the wings of a joke about sof-kless feet, has paid: "I realize that my political career in Kansas Is at an end " If the people of Kansas wort permitted to choose this day whom they would hae in the United States sen ate Ingalls, with all his shortcomings, would be the man. I say this, realizing that he has numerous and implacable ene mies, and that there are men, especlally nmong politicians and at large, who be lli o his course in the senate, beyond being Fpectaeui ir, was without any practical good to the Male. Jt has been asked and no answer has eer been satisfactory to the generality, what has inga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUIWAL, JUOiNDAY, AFK1L o, la7. WATED-MALE HELP. j WANTED An idea. Who can think of rcme simple thine to patent? Protect yjur ideas thej nu) bring jou wealth. Write John Vvedd'rburn & Co., Dept. E. 2. pat ent attjs.. Washington, D. C. for theu tl.SOO prize offer and new list o 1.000 in dentions wanted WANTED Experienced newspaper can vassers to work in Missouri. Kansas and Oklahoma. Address, civ Ins referrnces and mrncs of papers .previously worked lor. P 596. Journ il office. WANTED Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusively, bis money to hustlers. Austin & McGee, Cleve lano O. WANTEDI young men; $10 per week: pews agents. 9 West 5th. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. ,- . s ounr AtfPVT nRFlCF! and furnished rooms. 104k East 12th St.. cor. Walnut. Tel. 1179 The bet place In K. C. Mo., to And help or situations mala or female. 17 ears' experience. F.ef.,Oraaha Nat. bank. Omaha: Citizens' bank. K. C. CL VIRVOYANTS. mmc. t mTro t. waIT Lr.nvn cla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

- 3T ,.-4 5 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897. GETS THE PERSIHMON REV. H. D. JEMCRS DESCRIBES THE LONGEST POLE. HOW PRIZES OF LIFE ARE WON. OrrORTUVITIES AFFORDED YOTJXG 3IEV OF EDUCATIOX. lie Given a Convincing Answer to the Question of How a Penniless Man Is to Get an In Life ly Quot ing the Replies of 100 bnccessfal Men. "The Polo That Reaches the Persim mons" was the subject of a. sermon preached by Rev. H. D. Jenkins at the Second Presbjterian church last evening. Dr. Jenkins told of a friend In a theological seminary -who had written a sermon on a text of his own choice and -very much to his own satisfaction, and after writing It had discovered there was no such test in the Bible. He applied the story to his onn text, which he said could not be found in the Bible. "The prizes of life are hung high," said Dr. Jenkins. "Life, to the rich man's son. is an easy matter. It is not so easy a mat ter to a joung man without money behind him; without the prestige of a great...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. 9 KANSAS CITY PREMIUMS. i in i Fine ixsuitANcn retdrxs show SLIGHT DECREASE FOH 1S90. Sllnaonrl Life Insurance Business lor Last Year Jlorton "Wollman to Handle the Largest Salrace of Present Generation The fire Insurance companies making re turns to the Missouri Insurance department Ehow total premiums on business In Jack son county for 1S36 to havo been JT45.S30. which Is J3.416 smaller than tho amount shown by the return: of the same class of companies .for IKS. This amount repre sents mainly Kansas City business only, although about $7,500 of the premiums were derived from county business and from In dependence. The NaUonal, of Connecticut, leads tho list with premiums asffresatlng J23.S79; the Hartford of Connecticut Is a close swond -with $23,118. Five companies show premiums exceeding 13,000 and under $20,000, In tho order named: Commercial Union, England, $13,033; Phoenix, New York, $19,172; Home, New York, $16,236; Northern, E...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

10 THE KANSAS CTLT JOURNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. 'mi "nTr llir- Bonnvcnture Circle will dance to morrow evenins at the Bonacnture. The ThalUs will plve their Hst dancing ltrtj .it the Casino on Friday, .April 23. Bccauxp of Mrs. Ford's lecture, there will le no meeting of the Mothers' Union to morrow. Mrs. W. ir. Collins and Mrs. Charles Mc Klroj will j-lvc a reception at the home of Mrs. McElroy on Tjevlay, April M. Tickets for Mr?. Ford's lecture can no longer 1 obtained at club rates. Tickets for Mnp-Ie lectures will be told at the door. Tl.c encasement of Miss Marsarct Mc Onpor and Mr. Paul Beardbley is :m nouneed. The weddinjf will occur next au tumn. The Raster services at (he Cathedral this J car will lc even more impressive than usual and the music mot beautiful and in frpirlng. The next home meeting of the Kutcrpo Club will be held at the home of Mrs. J. VT. Farney. S0j Oak street, on Thursday, April 8, ut 2:S0 p. m. On Tu-fdav. Aprli J3. Mrs. Hugh 1 Mc I'lrov will she an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUISTDAY, APRIL 4, 1S97. n pjjllji Holidays. From tall to spring, the russet .acorn, Fruit beloved of maid and boy. Iient Itself beneath the forest. To be the children's toy. Pluck It now! In vain thou canst not; Its root has pierced yon shady mound; Toy no longer It has duties; It is anchored In the ground. Tear by year the rose-lipped maiden, 'Playfellow of young and old. Was frolic sunshine, dear to all men. .More dear to one than mines of gold. "Whither went the lovely hoyden? Disappeared in lovely wife; Ben-ant to a wooden cradle. Living a baby's life. Still thou playest short vacation Fate grants each to stand aside; Now must thou be man and artist 'Tis the turning of the tide. " ' Emerson. At the close of March, which Is always a rough month on the skin, the woman whose complexion does not show wear and tear is a rare being. She is either too young to be subject to the trials and tribulations of ma ture years, or a country woman who man ages to consum...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

12, THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 4,1897. , , The vagaries of Now York theatrical taste and enterprise are again exemplified In the report that trie next departure from the legitimate for the vaudeville stage will be made hy Scalchl. Agnes Booth. Clara Morris and Rose Coghlan. New York may be excused for having lost interest In Clara Morris as an evening's star, for great ns is her emotional pow er. she has not kept pace uith the times. No particular quarrel can be picked with Gotham for not showering Hose Coghlan with the laurels that wore her lot in the old "VVallack dajs. But when Agnes Booth fails to attract profitable at tention in so great a play as "L'AarlisI ennc." recently produced at the Broadway theater, it is an amazing comment upon, the tendencies of that city that she should be thought of for the vaudeville stage. "What should she do? She is a great act ress cv crj body saj s that; she has not out 11 cd her artistic powers, and jet sho falls in a play that all...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

13 4 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1897. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. H OW MANY PEOPLE ARE FOOLED daily by the deceiving signs, "Fire and Water Sale," "Big Making Suits for $15 that other Jnow if any pne will stop and think for a minute they will be convinced that it is impossible for any honest merchant to sell a $30 article for $15, and not slight some part so as to make up the difference in cost. Every man must make a profit in order to live and pay his debts. We are going to reduce profits in our tailoring department, and for the next 30 days will put up tailor made suits of the latest patterns of cloth that will stand the closest scrutiny for $20 upwards. You know when you buy your suits of us that they are in style and fit you to perfection. Never mind the price we will take care of you in that direction. Just come in and let us show you the newest things out in suitings. Remember Easter is not very far away and you need a new suit for that day. I The Crothers 515 Minnesot...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

14 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, APK1L 4, 1897. Missouri.Kansas STexasTrustCo. fecTeatix and Wyandotte btrasts, KANSAS CITY. MO. capital - si,eao,ooo Surplus and Undivided Profits. $1,150,000. 36 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 1(9 Washington street, Boston, Mas3. Banuthorqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Singcl 23S. Amsterdam, Holland. 21 Lombard street, London, E. C, En Cland. Dorothecn-Strasse 34. Berlin. Germany. 15 Hue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President: Vice- Presidents- 1st. J McD. Trimble. 2nd. E. L. Martin. 3d, TV. S. Taj lor. 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank B Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary: E S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimbl & Braley. General Attorneys. C D F3Ei.cn. President. Est 1871 W. T. Dittos, Vice Prest. and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Privata wire to Chicago. St. Lo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 April 1897

THE KAttSAft CITY OOUKNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. 15 t THE UNSEEN SINGER. I was alone In tUo little seaside town, the solace of work being denied me be cause of the illness that had brought me there to seek for health. For a, year past I had longed for a period of license such fig was now mine to enjoy, but the grant ing of my desire had come in such a fash lot, that it irate me not the smallest pleas tire 1 -was desperately tired and my nerves were in such a tate that rendered all en joyment Impossible. 1 used to lie late in the mornings, for there was nothing to do hut wander Idly on the promenade, and the ttivial pleasures of the crowd vexed me unutterably because I could not share them. It was only at night I realized that possibly this Irksome time of rest was bringing mo nearer to tho recovery of my health. Then I used to wander until all but the latest of the visitors had left the promenade. It was Impossible not to be at rest. The coolness of the night, the soothing murmur o...

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