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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

Bfe •^US*- 5 *, PROVIDE good pure water for live ck. SPRINKLE air-slacked lime on turnips |to destroy the \"turnip flea.\" PULVERIZED charcoal has a wonderful [effect upon bloated animals. THE temperature of a stable should be I sixty-five degrees, and free from mois- ture. ' •. ' \". '-.-, ' ' ', . \" SCALY LEG \" in fowls may be cured by carbolic soap suds or sulphur and lard mixed and rubbed on. IT is asserted that tomatoes as food for cows improve both the quantity and quality of the milk, and give the cream and butter a rich golden color. CUT your corn.and.shock it as soon as it' is glazed, and thus avoid damage from early frost and secure good corn fodder. PLANTS for winterfloweringshould be kept in pots all Bummer. They should be Drought in the house and placed in their position before the winter fires are made. A DRESSING of linseed oil will serve to prevent iron and steel from rusting, and mixed with lead and applied will prevent the decay of wood of farm implements and mac...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

/ THE EXPOSITOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (la adVanra).......................|i «' Mix months \" '• ......... ™ Thwe •* ,« • — ...:.*: : : \":: : : £ \"OT rtLlD VXTll 3 MONTHS AFTBX SUBkCRIWNC Wne Year,V................... ..._...........$* cx Six month*^.„.v...-..i...................... i oo STURGEON BAT. WIS., OCT. 11,1878. SPARKS AM) FLASHES. •'•\" ocobococcto ' » : / • ' - * * Beautiful partridge hunting now a-days. \\ Our merchants report business as very good. V '.' '••'....'•''•*' Already white straw bats begin to g o oat of date. The boys have commenced spearing fish in the bay. Truly this is a season of caucuses and conventions. The cowuty schools are getting in fine working ord^r. The political kettle hi these part*' is too foil to boil well. . The in-ou, jf not the summer flowers, in in full bloom. Th e upper mill Is amiiu shut down for the want of logs. Bank np yonr houses before-the cold weather catches you. There seems to be but very littlo for doctors to ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

T ? ^ f P D m T f j R labor's shoes aitd hundreds of thousands o f * America's honest sons and daughters go baref i footed to-day^ as a return for their courtesy in Heading a helping hand in the Country's day of need. Is it not about time tome of thebqr- rowed shoes were returned! The matter lies '•'entirely witit the people to answer, and their j voices will be heard by—simply casting a vote. THE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C. X. MAUTTO, EDITOE AND PEOFE. In, some localities ofthe South,the yellow v o t e s c a s t ° w a s t7% of which number W. 11. fever has somewhat come to a lull since our i \\v a r r en 'received. 4, 1. C Pinney 10, I. A.\" last issue, thoughtin other portions the fever I Warren 2 and blank 1. J. C. Pinntey having! has taken a new starl,amiis rapidly spreading. | received a majority of .the\" votes cast was de- j However, frost Will soon put iii an appearance | dared the.choioc of the Convention foi Cjunty I and restore health to the ill-stricken i'outh. | Surveyor...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

• ' ^ W W i l f k ^ r t j ^ ^ j ^ ^ i , ! From Harper'i Weekly. SADDER AND WISER. CHAPTER I. Oh dear! how long those men take to amokel\" was. Dolly's thought after dinner, at Leighton, while she bent over Mrs. Amburys lace-making, saying how Tery much she wished her papa would allow her to learn the art. \"But in- deed he will not, Mrs. Ashbury,\" she ex- claimed, as that lady announced her in- tention of asking him herself. \"Indeed, indeed he will not for—for he thinks my eyes too weak.\" Mrs. Ashbury gazed sympathetically at Dolly's gray, orbs, while that young lady demurely Bighed, and promised to do everything Mrs.- Ashbury recom- mended. • \" Though she must think me an idiot if I do,\" thought wicked Dolly. \"How very, much nicer it is for us young ladies to be by ourselves!\" said Constance Leighton, tall, blonde, and insipid, laying ner hand caressingly on Mrs. Ashbury's chair. \"Is it not a re- lief to be rid of the men-:for a while. Aunt Elinor?\" \" Oh,.w nice!\" Bneere...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

A COMMON-SENSE ADDBESS. In Which » Few Plain SaKffesttens are ottered to AH True Reformers. Patriclc'Ford who had been elected delegate to the Syracuse convention on the Brooklyn delegation, but who was unable to attend in person, sent the fol- lowing address, which was received by and read before the committee on resolu- tions: GENTLEMEN:—The annala of the world are made up of wars of conquest, the ambition of kings, and the rule of plundering aristocracies. This was what was called \"civilization.\" ' Now for the first time in history labor comes to the front to found a new civilization which will do away with wars of conquest, ex- tinguish class laws, destroy monopoly, and give justice to all—a civilization founded upon the law of God and upon common sense. This Syracuse convention, from the point of view thatl regard it, promises to be as it certainly ought tohe, the most important representative assemblage ever held on the soil of New York state since the -days of the American...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 11 October 1878

IMiSKOTEMW ix i rritcr IK!T. i. IBj?. 11MJC M * l r.pJNi-, NoiiTn ASD.WEvr. • A«: PASS. ACO. a. fi. .p.m. p.m. tf.trt s.to ».t» :UAi 5.14 l.t» •4.45 «.M SJ50_ I re MILWAITKI.T: I HOYfM XltOWiV Ac MAX\" i.v* y'.ocifowon Avr TWO KIVKKs f,v.M\\MTOWfM^ 1 v^fo-'K* J I N ( T . l.ve.UTI.ETON Lve.VI-pi.KroNdlN, I Aff xt \\v TONXION p.m. a. m. 8 40 10.00 .7*10 '10.H0' p.m. a.m. '«.*'• ft.*) 7.42 7.16 H.a\" 9.10 H.46 :«.8S 9.36 IS.l* Thft Lightest Bunniag, Th« 8impleit, Hie Mott Durable, The Mott Popular SEWING MACHINES. 4»nble«ttiread Ioek«*tUcb, hoi M»lf regulating tensions and take-up, * trf triM do th0 wbol e rang* •/family M-orfcwIthont ohang*. X»« «» Domestic»»*-«iarf fn * ft« M M I /*r«M iHAniter, «ril* eon teal steel itr«rino$ and tompeninttng Journal* throughout. ' \" DOMESTIC PAPER FASHIONS. TA*Mpopular P A T T K I I N W for Indie*', misire*', and ehtlJrcn'* drt-im, «r# out OH a eystem superior to any in uoe, and can be uudermtovd by an y one. t^tll direction...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

THE WAR CLOUD. Basils. Notlfleg the Paweri that She HuOr- „ tiered the farther lUtreat or the Bm Man* Stopped-Engllsh JLdvaace • • en Afghan. . Jke BiRxiia Array In Soamella and Balfarla Still Auounta, Contrary to, the treaty, tolfit.ftOO. LONDON. G^t. 11.—The Central News Agency has * report that Russian videttes are within fifteen miles of Constantinople. The British Government is anxious and re- solved to immediately demand an explan- ation. The Rnssian army in Roumelia and Bul- garia still amounts, contrary to treaty, to 158,000 men. A Vienna dispatch says that Russia is still urging . Roumania to conclude a con- yention granting the right of passage for Russian troops through her territory for the minimum period of two years. Count Andrassy has so far induced Roumania to withold her consent. ' ' '. ' LONDON, Oct. 10.—A dispatch from Vienna states that Russia has informed the powers of the stoppage of the retreat of Russian trbops.-and has invited them to x j°ip 'a energetic re...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

THEEXPOSITOR (HTVaaiEpS BAY, WISCONSIN'., NEWS m BJIIEF. OBHSUAIi TOXKION NOTB8. Tat* porte'a circular, recently delivered to the powers, reaervea the Saltan's sovereign / rights oyer Bosnia and Herzegovina, and concludes with a solemn • warning against the occupation of Novi-Bazar as certain to , cause terrible disasters. - A ST. FBTKRSBPBG dispatch says twenty- three storehouses, thirty-one woolen hod es, and seventy warehouses, valued at oyer two million roubles, were burned in Blazan, nearMoHcow. '\"'•' •••-•••'--,•Â«• A DESPATCH from Constantinople says: \"In both Turkish and Greek circles the idea is gaining ground that war is inevita- ble. An influential party in Turkish coun- cil, headed by Osman Pasha, even holds that a purely defensive policy is impossible • for. purely military reasons. The central news agency has' a report that Russian vi- dettesare within 15 miles of Constantinople. The British government is anxious and re- .solved to immedialcly demand an explana- tion...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR .... STlJJt^iSpN BAY, yfISCOXSIX. NEWS IN BRIEF. GENERAL VOBJdON NOTES. . THK porte'a circular, recently delivered to the powers, reseryes the Saltan's sovereign A rights over Bosnia' and Herzegovina, and conciades with '& solemn warning against the occupation of Novi-Bazar as certain to caase terrible disasters. A ST. PBTBBSBDBO dispatch says twenty- three storehouses, thirty-one woolen hou es, and sevcity warehouses, valued at over two million roubles, were burned in Blazan, nearMoscow. . •'.. .•••-•.••••.•.•:.•. •...*•,.,.,.-. v,... A DESPATCH from Constantinople says: \"In both Turkish and Greek circles the idea is gaining ground that war is inevita- ble. An influential party in Turkish coun- cil, headed by Osman Pasha, even holds that a pnrely defensive policy is impossible for purely.military reasons, The central news agency has a report that Russian vi- dettesare within 15miIesof Constantinople. The British government is anxious and re* .solved to immediatel...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

T H E safest bank of deposit or loan for farmer is a manure bank. - Jjftuii) manure does its work at once •lid manure requires time, yet it is in in its effecta V^SWBY your dead animals at the root I39urfru.it trees. Yoju will find that ' pays a good per centage. BOTTEN wood, leaves and forest clean- igf make excellent plant food when led into the ground. , ^ ' B has fat cattle who feeds them. iltd he has fat acres who ministers to !U§m with a liberal hand. !Tis said that Dr. Chevalier, of Nor- te, England, observing some very fer- ears in a crop \"of barley, separated m from- the rest, and, by sowing the ins separately, gradually propagated e variety which goes by his name. Its olific quality has been tested by~the traordinary fact that 380 stems have ued from a single grain. ' T HE use of dynamite for slaughtering mrposes is meeting with much opposi- ion in Europe, since such a method Ijlamages the heads of animals valuable or sale as food, besides the time occu- i e d in arrangi...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

T HE safest bank of deposit or loan for a farmer is a manure bank. * £H$UID manure does its work at once solid manure requires time, yet it is certain in its effects. v BURY your dead animals at the root of your fruit trees. You will find that it pays, a good per centage. ROTTEN wood, leaves and forest clean- ings make excellent plant food when plowed into the ground. H E has fat cattle who feeds them. And he has fat acres who ministers to them with a liberal hand. IT is said that Dr. Chevalier, of Nor- folk, England, observing some very fer- tile ears in a crop of barley, separated them from the rest, and, by sowing the grains separately, gradually propagated the variety which goes by his name. Its prolific quality has been tested by the extraordinary fact that 380 stems have issued from a single grain. T HE use of dynamite for slaughtering purposes is meeting with much opposi- tion in Europe, since such a method damages the heads of animals valuable for sale as food, besides the ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

I, THE EXPOSITOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year (la sdrmars) $i SiV months \" •:.... ... i ............._...-. ' Three •• \" •Â». ' \" . . . . . •_. '\" NOT PAtO UNTIL '3 MONTHS AFTRft SUBSCRIBING On e Year... -..', , . . . . . $ * oo Six months..:. '. . . . . . : i oo STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCT- 18, 1878. SPARKS AND FLASHES. Candidates for Office continue to loom up. These days reminds one of the fact that winter is in the near future, Mr. C. Foraythe Is in the village for a couple of week's recreation. Mr. John Apple, Esq., of Bailey's Har- bor, was in town last Friday. We noticed L. D. Henderson, of Sister Bay, iu tha village Wednesday. The fast steam yacht, Waubun has gone into winter quarters at Green Bay. T hard* but keep your temper. The time for putting up stoves is at hand. Mrs. H. Harris, of Marinette, is in this locality visiting relatives and friends- Mauy farmers will not harvest a.s many potatoes thin fall as they used for seed. Rye, wheat, barley, and potatoes all rind...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

T H E E X P O S l T T & R * I The»everal merchants of this place are J ' getting In their usual large ttock of good«, - \\——~n ' • and will sell .goods\" the coming fall and, fastened to a pile. Finally the lin. parted- and though the vessel was moored by an anchor of twice the heaft \"generally Uiied whatever to the question at istuie. ami use f ii y i l b , i n d t h e people. But let tu» lollow Eccies's reaeonina a little fartlii TERMS Of SUBSCRJP 770AV O n e Year (! • a d t a a e e ) . . . . „ . . . . . . . . $ « S I X months \" •' • \"f ?r T f c r e e - ••• • — . : : : : : : : : : : 4 o i NOTPAtil UNTIL 3 MONTHS 'AFTKR SU8SCKIH1NG: O n e Y e a r . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . } , oa - i oo Si x m o n t h s . . . . . . STURGEON BAY, WIS., OCT. 18, 1878. SPARKS AND FLASHES. Candidates for Office continue to loom up. These days reminds one of the fact that winter is in the near future. Mr. C. Forsythc is in the village for » coup...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR.!they wil1 be *he only 1arlie having go,rt U n c l e S a m O n T h e Rasjged Edge--^Se a o f *'** sh°«'d »°* be repealed , bu t shoul d be' P H R i . i « H n M p v t 0 . n » jsell. Thus it will be readily seen where the j T r o i x b l e \" ° * m ^ . M « ttn n m » i f n n W n ^ „ . . demand of gold will come in, and 25 or 50 per cent, may be, possibly, the premium that will have to be paid to lift the gold mortgage. PUBLISHEDP EVERD Y FRIDA» Y C I. MARTIN, EDITOR AND PHOP'Bi National Greenback Senatorial Convention, W H E R E A S : - t h e re has been no Senatorial Oom- rautec^ppomted to represent the National Green- \"»«* party in the First district of Wisconsin and therefore no regular authority tc call a convention therein therelore we the delegates of said party assembled tn convention in and for Door County hereby call a convention of delegates to represent *y.V'aT,°\".s Counties i,i said district to meet at the Village Hall in the. village of Slurgeo...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

THE EXPOSITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY' FRIDAY C. I. MABTIW, EDITOR AND PROP'S. National Greenback Senatorial Convention. WHBRKAS:—there has been no Senatorial Com- mittee appointed to represent the National Green- hack party in the First district of Wisconsin and therefore no regular authority tc call a -onvention therein, therelore we the delegates of said party assembled in convention in and for Door County hereby call a convention of deleRates to represent the various Counties in said district to meet at the Village Hall in the village of Slurgeon Bay in Door County on Tuesday the « d day of October, 1878 at 3 o clock P. M., to nominate a candidate for State Senator and for such oilier business as may come before the convention—the number of Dele- Kates to be as follows —Shawano Co:, 4, Door Co., •.Oconto Co., 4, Kewaunee Co., 4. Unanimously adopted in open convention at Sturgeon Bay, Poor Co., Oct. 7. 1878. R. M. WKIGHT, T . W . MC CULLOUGH Chairman. Secretary. A Nation Greenback Conn...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

MY ADOPTED CHILD. ' \"Is that Oldtown church yonder, if you please, sir?\" A girl spoke to me. I turned and looked at her. There are women of six- teen and children of sixteen. This was a child. She wore the scantiest of cot- ton dresses, belted at the waist, a pair of leather hoots and a white apron. In h§r hand she carried a sunbonnet, and her hair cropped close like a hoy's, curled in black rings about her head. The face was a baby's face in sweetness and inno- cence, the'little brown bands the hands of toil. No young, lady this, yet there was nothing coarse and vulgar about her unless it was her hands. \" That is Oldtown church, \"my dear,\" . I said, \"are you going there?\" \" Yes, sir, to see the wedding. Are you?\" I was, more fool I, though I did not say so to this child. The bride for whom the bells were ringing was to be mine once—would have been but for the accir dent which had crippled me and changed her heart.' She nad done nothing treacherously, but I saw the truth a...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

? \"FIAT MONEY!\" The \" Power of Congress to Coin Money.\" A Clear Elucidation of the Subject—\" Tiffany on Government and Constitu- tional Law.\" In defiance of the highest legal au- thorities, and common sense, the advo- cate* of a specie basis continue to deny the power of the people (congress) to create money. Four-fifths of the lawyers in Michigan give all the countenance they can to this silly proposition, and doubtless expect that it will believed. But other people besides the attorneys and agents of the money power can read and reason, and the power of the people is becoming a ,matter of common under- standing. We invite the attention of the people, including the lawyers and edi- tors wito seek to belittle the sovereign power, to the following interpretation of the \" Power of Congress to Coin Money,\" copied from the works of an eminent authority, prepared and published long before the currency question__.wa8an issue in politics. The work from^which we quote is entitled \"...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 18 October 1878

»CIlLiT7^ruflLXJB^EIEl PURE kil l :iy. BeingfrMfrom adultarati™ mlxturta. will givMonpftr wi-vic* than common ilb^.lMiA'lpi^lmrUy BMtadvto* m f i m p Imitation*, baring *-Dirw. Timtw. tuM t 4Hw NMOB tha \"CANDEECO. ilrtlr PUW GU BOOTa and to distinguish «!S!!li£SmB*felM common kind, will attach a BUBBEP LABELon * « front or tbtltfrtwar lagtiwtnaoription • /Xi •. - v -T? , CUSTOM M&&E. PXTRC OUM. TlMa TABLE I*XXTMOT OCT. I, I877. GOING NOKTH AND WEST. ..',.'.-./'. ACC. PASS. At!C. •'•'••''. a.m. p.m. p.m. Lva MILWAUKEE t.00 S.10 9.00 • p.m. p.m. a.m. LT« SHEBOYGAN 3.00 5.44-1.20 Arr MANffOWOO 4.45 «.M J.80 Lva MANITOWOC Arr TWO RIVERS Lire MANITOWOC - L*« FOREST J ONCT. LvoAPPLETON LvaAPPLETONJUN, Arr NEW LONDON p.m. 6.40 7'10 p.m. 6.20 7.42 8.37 8.46 9.85 a.m. 10.00 10.80 a, m. 5.00 7.15 0.15 9.35 12.00 Wtshiiiffton, D . C. Poor William Tecumseh Sherman- though Goneral of the whole United States Army, is a doubly and trebly disappoint- ed man* and doubtless a more u...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

/!:/ Mil. J A .-~ . • . — - ,.- v.W.-.r^. U , THE COMING CONFLICT. Tark«jr ArailBf the HnuelaswiJatk*. Bhadolpk Htllt—Tha Hoaammedaai of the toaferndicba Will Bealit BOMBMUB B«W A TrtiMl with » $1,000,000 Cargo of Arm? for Ike Tark* la Daafar of. Beiag Wrecked Near How Loadoa. 8 T . P E T B M B U R G , Got. 18 —AllWeportB of the Emperor's withdrawal from state affairs sre serai-offici&lly denied. . The coarse of public affair* will not be chang- ed one iota. • . • • It is stated on the same authority, that the police are not unreliable, but are badw Jy organized and are paralyzed by magis- terial authorities. With regard to the as- eertione of foreign^ newspapers that ex ten- eive reforms are pr^ec|eJ | it may be stat- ed, on the contrary, that in ojgictal circle* the view prevails that there lias been too much reforming lately, and that there had better be a pause in the path of inharmon- ious changes.. LOSDOB, Oct 18 —A dispatch from Vi- enna Buys: 'Ther seems to be a myste...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 25 October 1878

V 1 SIPS! 8T0RT, utrtd bj« 'Ytalliar\" U Uttnthir. »Y jaALtKT Hi HEWITT. -•\"!-/wonder i t anywriter has so mani familiar friends and acquaintances as I have., Being a good-natured bachelor p y libraryis frequented by my friends without ceremony. Let mename a few. First there is Frank, a handsome dreamy- eyed artist who is a particular friend of mine. Sometimes I suggest to him such a pioture as I would like to paint if painting were my line, and he has often givenxaesubjects for stories from hie adventures, amours etc. ill Paris and in Italy where he studied. By and by Frank and I are going to travel together I to write our travels and he to illustrate them. Next comes Harold, a gentle- man and ton of a gentleman, with nothing in the world to do but amuse himself and kill time, knowing that I am but a poor scribbler, he never lets me pay a cent when we take a trip in search Of pleasure. «To him I owe a high old time at Long Branch last year. What . fun we did have \".flirting\" ...

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