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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

THE DAILE3 WEEKLY CHRONICIE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, The Weekly Ghronicle. THI DALLES, - - -." OBEGOK LOCAL AND FIKIOKAH M. From the Dally Chronicle, Friday- M. L. McCann of Colunabus, in at the Umatilla today 1 TT I TT f f -lti Via rH ia in the city on business. ' r p finnlrl ar.d L. L. Tallman, of Pendleton, are in the city. ; t A TTefilir and W J: Davidson, of Pea Kidge, are in tbe city. tt- TT y-i Mnn . tTotmonmtr nn til p. W a.. VUTouii w an n pomjvuBv. early train today for Portland. , Ttpnlah filover and wife, and J Lawson of Prineville, are in the city. Hon. W. H. Biggs, of Wasco, Gilliam f!n in in the citv. and will return borne tomorrow. Minora T)iken Bros, have eone to . p.,culpr,a hut exDect to return to The Dalles next spring. Tt !q olnimwl that the finest vessel afloat is now at Astoria, ship Mowban. The Dalles business interests daily show the want of telegraphic communi cation with Dufur, and other points south. " Th vorontile exDress-robber who stole $100,000 and hid i...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

CO xa Weekly csdeostislb, tktdat, decsssbeb io, lsoa. The Weekly Gbronicle. OFFICIAL TAPER OF WA8CO COUNTT. COUKIT OFFICIALS. . County Judge. Geo. C. Blakeley taeriffc. T. A. Ward 21rt . J. B. Croaseu Tiiasmii I Wm. MicheU , . IJas. Damlelle Oomrniisrloners i Frank KIncaid -Aaseaaor.. ....... Joel W Koonti suveyor Shwrp superintendent of Public Schools. . .Troy Shelley teroner.., Eastwood T1T HOMESTEAD POISONING. Dispatches from Homestead yesterday reveal a condiiiou of things existing t the time of the strike, leaf expected. That the strikers had so far criminated themselves as to enter upon a scheme to destroy the lives of men who were will ing to work by poisoning their food, is Vrougbt oat. It has no parallel in the history of crime. The next thing to this in the criminal proceeding of strik ers was that outrage at Buffalo, when wo strikers were caught in the act of aisplacing a switch, and when the police had just enough time to eel it right before a lightning passenger ex pres...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

C7? THE D ALLES WEEKLY CELNICLE, PBID AY, DECEMBER 16, 1592. r OBSTREPEROUS BULL A Hunting - Exploit. He Causes a Complete Wreck on the Great Mem Railway. AN INDSUAJ- STREAK OF LUCK Very Nearly the DeatJi of Nine Men, Yet Not One Was Killed. TBI COKBKBSOMB HfOW PI.OW Wmur Men In the Cook car Badly 8h(U Bp Amon(st the Splinters A Terrible Fright. Spokakb. Dec. 14. Wrecking trams on the Great Northern have just com pleted clearing the track of one of the most complete and miraculous events in the line of railway wrecks that has yet occurred in the Pacific Northwest. A freight train on the western extension of the Great Northern met with the event Saturday night and it was only due to one of those unusual streaks o; luck that nobody, was killed. The train, made up of twenty cars and a caboose, left the extreme western extension early Satnrday morning, ami alter passing the eleventh siding the same evening ran into a bunch of cattle, throwing the front trucks of the engine from the trac...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

TSCn DA1XX3 -WXETiT CHEOaijaJS, JTODAT, SrCSUBES 16, 18. JiEW DIAMOND FIELDS -tiffany Reports Fayoralili Upon Speci ' mens From Wans. AN INLAND EMPIRE RESOURCE. Added to the Long List of Rich Treas nres now Existing. aBI BIGCLAR KIMI(BI.I STONES. rmeiuiel of the Party aow on the Ground for Further' Definite Prospecting. A Boise City dispateh says that Chaa. andorn, who is interested in the dia mond discovery on Snake river, tells the following story in regard to the discov ery and his connection with it: In the 80s he was at KVniberly, Sonth Africa, and become acquainted with diamond lining. About six years ago, alter com ing to Boise, a prospector showed him a tone, which he pronounced to be a Ximberly diamond. When the man told him that he picked it np on Snake river he ridiculed the idea. Subse quently he made an investigation, and Jound that there was a formation '.litre aimilar to that at Kimberly . He had H Sratnoben, the widely-known mining Man, look into it, and that gentlem...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

no -VOL. III. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, I802. NUMBER 2. FRANCE IS UPHELD. Bonrpis fill Opse Boisserin's Prap 'osition to Investigate. ATTACK UP ON NEW PREMIER RIBOT The Government Supported by a Verj Powerfal Vote in Chamber. MRS. PABNILL't BANKRUPTCY CP. Pabllc Examination of the Situation f bar Affair Unnecessary Minor Mention. Paris, Dec. 15. At a cabinet meeting today Bourgeois, mipiater of justice, an nounced that he would interpose in the chamber of deputies the proposal of Boiseerin to invest the Panama investi gation commission with judicial powers. In' the chamber of deputies the govern ment demanded the immediate discus- ion or the proposals 01 ooisserin. Brisson, president of the Panama com mittee, strongly urged the committee be invested with judicial powers, and at tacked Ribot, the new premier, and Bourgeois, minister of justice, in severe langnage for opposing the proposition, Bourgeois answered in a'firm, temperate tone, giving his reasons against Bois...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

V THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 18G3. NOTES OF A TOURIS A DeMtfol Trirn toe Uml EiTer Ijy Remittor Line. CAPT. SHORTS BAPTIST CHURCH The Beautiful Palls of Multnomah Flash Like Diamonds. I.UHK BOCK IS ACUOTSNTBD FOB Ooeont Oarn and the Devil's Gate way Oiant Portals of Dark Gray Stone Castle Roek. From the Coldwater, Mich., Republican. PAST ONB. In Portland we decided to take the "opposition line" and had no reason regret oar choice. Leaving Portland in the morning on the steamer Dalles City we reach the cascades at noon, where we connect with the steamer Regulator and reach The Dalles in the early evening. As the steamer leaves Port . land about daylight, those who desire can find pleasant state rooms on the steamer and avoid early rising. We take advantage of this privilege. seemed quits romantic as we went on board the little steamer moored at the ' foot of Yamhill street. It was a beauti ful moonlight night. We eat on deck enjoying the scene nntil all was qui...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

',..--' f . : . - THIS DALLES WEEKLY' OHRONICLB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1893. f3) The Weekly Ghfoniele. LOCAL AND PBKSOSAL. ... Mr. Jos. Harsh of Wasco, is in the Truman Butler is home from Portland lor the holidays. . . D. J. Norton, jr., of New York, and J Smith Chaffen of Chicago, are at 'The : Umatilla. Hon. W. H is in the city. ' borly call. Biggs of Sherman county We acknowledge a neigh License to wed has bt en granted today to Mr. Alvin O. Hereby and Miss Eva J : Clark, Hood River. 'Ex -Gov. Moodv and family are at ' .their old home in The Dalles, and will spend the holidays here. Sojourners in Portland yesterday re ort one-half an inch more snow there than we had iii The Dalles. Where Oh I where has that little doj none? And CaDtain Custer and so did the purser. Didn't you, Truman? Engineer C. E. Ferguson left The ' Dalles last evening to accept a position n the government works at Yaquima ' bay. - B. C. McAtee of Tygh is in the city today. He informs us that the enow full in ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

CV7 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1802. The Weekly Ghronicle. OFFICIAL PAl'EK OF WaHCOiCCU'NTY. HJiCUXTAKY FUSTliH'ti FlUCKKS. American Cholera. .Geo. V. BlHkeley T. A. Wnrl J . B. ' nmsen Wni. Micheil tJiia. Iur'.ielle Fran k K iucaid Assessor. Joel W. Kountz Survevnr K. F. Sharp Superintendent ol nibllc tscboo; : . Troy nneuey Coroner N. M. Eastwood County Judge.-.:.,.: 6heriff...T....,- Clerk . Treasurer OommibHioners WILL J'AY FOR ITSELF. m A calculation bused upon tlie ship ments of whfBt from the Tnlnixl Eui- J pire the past eight years, tributary to the Columbia river, shows that if the state of Oregon would build the dalles portage railway, the outlay sfiould be returned to the. state treasury within that period of tiuie, if not less; at the nominal rate of 25 cents per ton, and the vexed question of an open river would thus be effectually Fettled without cost forever. From the best sources obtainable The Chuoniclk learns tlmt for the period of eight year...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

f C 5? THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1893. The Veekly Chfoniele. TP B : DKEGON LOCAl. AND PERSONAL : 1 . " ' . From the Daily Chronicle. Friday i" Mr. Alex. MacLeod of 'urtland, is in the city. C. M. Donaldson, of Baker City, is in The Dalles on business. J. S. Booth and G. VV . Runyon are in the consolidated city today. V. L. Vanderpool of Dufur, retarncd last, niifht from a business trip to the metropolis. . Perry Howard of Wapinitia came in yesterday and will return today w ith a stock of winter supplies. ntwithstandinsr the denial of the Astoria eannervmen. the fact remains that they have formed a trust. The last through trip of the steamers Regulator and Dalles City for at least two weeks, will be made tomorrow. Invitations are out for the Crystal u'ni,i;..rr on tli n n n i vt t sarv. of Mr. and y Mrs.' J. M. Patterson, Monday evening next. Mr. A. Bunnell, one of the old-time citizens of The Dalle, lias gone to Luw iston to spend the winter witli his brother...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

She daijLes wesxY caaEONieaja, Friday; dbcbmbr 23, The Weekly Gtoonlele. PFICLAL PAPER OF WABCO COUNTY. CCNT CaFFlOAI.8. Qrmuty Judge.... toeritr.. Oterk Treasurer........ Ooaunissionera. Assessor vnr .Geo. C. Blakeley T. A. Ward J. B. trosnen Wm. Michel 1 (Jas. DarnieUe J Frank Klncaid ...Joel W. Kcoittx .E. . Sharp Coroner ntendent of PnbUc School! . . . Troy Shelley gam' .N. M. twtxxi A PLAN FOR TEMPERANCE. Mr. John Graham Brooks, recently onnected with Harvard university has awntribnted to the December n amber of lh Fornm a paper describing the work ings of a singular scheme which has keen used at Gothenburg and other towns in Sweden for the abatement and regulation of the liquor traffic. In the system there in operation the bnai aes8 of selling strong liquors has been placed in control of the community, all he profits being devoted to swelling the public revenues. With the object of placing the traffic in the hands of those nlv who could have no motives of per sonal gain in han...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1892. INDIANA FOR ROADS. A Yttle Benort. on the Snljject by a Boad Comrea. A fiOOD MOTE AT TUB BIGHT TIME Theuahts and Surzeations Werthv f Consideration io Oregoa. WILL iLIH BOLOrTS OMlDIB IT. Wht Mm e Hood for the Hooilr State U Perhaps Healthy la the ' Lama at Oregon. Bpesial to The Chronicle. , Indianapolis, v Dec. . 22. At an ad journed meeting of the state road con gress held in this city yesterday, the re port of the committee appointed to draft a bill and memorial to the coming legislative for a better road system ' in Indiana, submitted tfieir report which embraces recommendations substan tially as follows : 1. The present system of district supervisors should be abolished. 2. The county commissioners in each eounty should appoint for a term of four years, subject to removal at the pleasure of said commissioners, one eounty superintendent of highways, who should be a competent civil engi neer and who should be ex-officio cha...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1892

Wti DiXlJBS DECEMBER 23, 18SS. LOCAL BRJCVITIBS. f , The City. ' V ' V. A. Dunlap of Klamath falls, is In the city. - ' ; .' L. J. Lu&y of Prineville, te in the oity today. Up to 12 o'clock noon, today, A in ches of show had fallen in The Dalles. "0, the show, the beautiful snow." How onioklv it romeH. How Quick doe it go. '. ' ' ' . The Columbia at this point today aero License to wed has been issued to Mr, Jefferson D. Hockman and Miss Katie Caselmrger. A colony of beaver in Hood river will prooauir De exierminateu hub wiuicr, as trappers are on their trail. - Capt. Stamp, the well known Snake river steamboat man, is confined at St. Vincents hospital by sickness. Frank Middleton, formerly of the Sun In this city, lost his little daughter Trancis, in Portland last week. Hon. J. P. O. Lownsdale, and other members of the state board of equaliza tion, are in The Dalles today. C. E. Corson is enjoying the snow atorm in Portland todav. 'That is if ihey have snow down in webfoot. A d...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

CO vol. hi: THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1892. NUMBER 3. INSNOW EVERYWHERE Jfa BlizzardsM a Gentle Fall Coyering our Nortnwest CALIFORNIA GETS A FEW FLAKES. 4 The Heaviest Known on Puget Sound Since December I884. WIBM IK IALIH DBHOBALIZID. liDHi Paralysed on all Lines Entering- Hpokane From the Heme ef the Billiard. Dispatches from all portions of the Pacific northwest show that the present streak of winter" is general, so far as mow is concerned. In Portland the fall was over fourteen inches. Traffic was stopped on car lines, and walking bad. The snow be came very deep and the slush was frozen olid on the tracks about 10 o'clock p. . Wednesday, and paralyzed the traffic. The Third, Second, First and Washing ton street electric lines and several of their East Mide branches were blocked. Ko cars could be run, and all that were at were brought into the power-house. On the 21st in Salem the snow played havoc with electric service of all kinds. The telegraph loop on the dep...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

(23 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1803. AN ALASKA HATCHERY President Harrison Fixes Salmon Fish ing in the North. THE BIGGEST FISH STORY OUT Actually Crowding One Another Out of the Water in Alaska. TO PRESERVE SAMS AS BUFFALO ! Senator Jones Is Worried Nearly to Death Severe Storm In Moseow President's Christmas. Washington, D. C, Dec. 25. The president has issued a proclamation re serving for timber and fish culture pur pose the Island of Afognak, Alaska, and its adjacent rocks and territorial waters, including the Sea Lion rocks and Sea Otter Island. This reservation is one of the tncst important yet made. Salmon and trout crowd the Afognak river dur ing the breeding season, so much so as to actually press some out on the shore, and there is no doubt that by preserving the river it will become a breeding place for all the other waters of Alaska and the different rivers of the United States in the future. If it had been left to the depredations already committe...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

THE DALLES TT3IE3ELT KTCLH, FREDA Y, DECEMBER SO, 1893. The Weekly Chroniele. TBI 'OAILBS, - ORIiOON LOt'AI- AND I'KKSONAI. ' omtheDaJlyChronile,ToeJj. The Columbia to-day at The Dalles is H weuty'len inches above low water ill n I l. r f The train Vhich left Portland at 7 p. m. yesterday reached The Dalles at 2:15 p.. m todav. r. .. ' ' Mayor Mays is in the city, but was rigging up a sleigh to-day with which to return to the ranch. ( . -, F. J. and (jus Boon aud Leo Schanno are home from Mount Angel college for their holiday vacation. " Mr. Phil. Brogan is in the city.spend- Png the nouaays witn nis lauuiy ai uieir few home on Third street. t Miss Annie Roberts, teacher of the Fulton Park school. in Multnomah, is home for a holiday vacation. FTMessrs. E. H. and V. H. French, and 'Ed and Robert. Mays, are home from College for the holiday vacation. The east portion of the Richmond stables in the East End collapsed from the weight of snow upon the roof. The steamer Regulator will be ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

CH7 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1893. ; The Weekly Chronicle. OFFICIAL PAF&K OF WASCO COUNTY. COCKIT OniCULS. Bounty Judge... Bheritt Clerk...... Treasurer Geo. C. Blakeley .T. A. Wart ...J. B. Cromen ...wm. Michell ljmmi8ioner J Frank Klncaid Assessor Joel W. KoonU Surveyor E. F. Sharp Superintendent of Pablle Schools. . .ttot sneiiey Coroner .X. H. SHIPPERS' SENTIMENTS. The following extracts show the senti ments ot Inland Empire shippers with respect to the Keitnlator line and the river route. The names of the writers are purposely omitted, as it is part and parcel of the "policy" of the "system" to "punish a shipper" when they 6nd oat that such shipper has attempted to protect his personal Bank account by practicing the economy of shipping by the cheapest route. This is a strict vio lation of U. P. R. rules. They want all the money for the freight that the goods will stand, for the "system." These comments read as follows : No. 1 says: "They (the U. P. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

lb) THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE,' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 18C3. The Weekly Ghroniele. TBI DALLEB, From the Daily Chroniele, Friday taow shovelsof allsiaes atH. Gleiin'a A fat Dorse meana a stout Christmas tree. fat mitts Better a paid pork chop than a turkey on tick. The steam ferry boat went into winter quarters today Loais Schadwitz and Joseph Elliot of Kent, are in the city The days begin to lengthen, and win ter begins to strengthen. Ahem The latest concerning the snow plow , is that she will be here this afternoon. Jagson eays the reason that women 1W an winch is because she suffers in silence. Wearing wiits and dyeing whiskers never deceives anybody but the people who do it. held a short session to day, adjourning until the 3rd of Jan nary. A. J. West of Prineville, is in the city He mvs he will never come via Warm Springs again. ' The way of the transgressor is hard but he doesn't realize it until he has bad a fall on it. Win Curtis and Vic Marden are home r.im the Forest Grove ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

ESS- DALLE3 ,VT2X!nLY The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WA8CO COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICIALS. uty J Sheriff.. Clerk Treasurer..: Commissioners. . . Assam or. Bnrvnvnr Superintendent of Public Schools. . .Troy Bhi.-lley Coroner N. M. Eastwood C. Blakeley T. A. Ward J. B. Crossen .......Wm. Miche:l (Jas. Damielle (Frank Kincaid Joel W. Koonts E. V. snarp CANALS , ARE POPULAR. The great waterways of this country re capable of a wonderful growth and improvement. The recent disasters pon the Mississippi should be guarded Against as much as circumstances will llow. And, speaking of the Mississippi, the day is not distant when its northern arm will be connected with onr inland oceans and a ship may sail from New Orleans to Chicago. Thn will come the Nicaragua canal, by which that same vessel may proceed directly into the Pacific and down the western coast of South America. There is no donbt that a shiD canal will be cut from the lakes to the Atlantic. Congress has al ready been asked to pr...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

L7) THE DALLES WEEKLY CHROIHCLE, FlUDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1802. BRIDAL VEIL GORGED Graphic Account of the ta PorUant COL EDDY AND OTHER NOTABLES Mrs. Besant a Passenger Mrs. DaTis en Rente to Heathendom. 8 VOW PLOW'S WOMDIRf PL WORK Christmas an the Trl-Worklif to Oat Through. By "andajr After- DOOB if PoUlMt. Col. J. B. Eddy, wntinnof the Christ mas trip to Portland from The Dalles, ays : "The rotary went ahead, pushed by a 90-ton hog engine, and we followed, pulled by three engines. The track was cleared without any difficulty as far as Cascade Locks, but between there and Bonneville two engines had got stack the day before and our rotary had to go ahead, dig them oat and pall them back to Cascade Locks again before we could get through. Just as we are getting un der way once more the tender of our plow jumped the track. That accident and the drifts on the way to Multnomah falls kept us in Bonneville all night. There we struck a drift so heavy that the hog engine could not force the p...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 30 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FK2D AT, DECEMBER, 30, .1892. 'Aft " J will tnant ibm, fair nrnid, In a bowl of liie " finttsi - - - '. - t'aiwr' we mo fmm tbu rebols in Spain. .. Iel the win1i hoar me witm. lliuu art thv . tlittru'M . " i Of creatures aknilH over battltni lu 'aio. The wind will reimtf. tUen forget it BKain. Though I llauiited thy sleevo at the gates f Oranada. And held the the fairest, the trntrst. the hest . . ' : eVye, proved it to many a nou;tiern ttravada. Who lay on the ground with my lance at fair breast j' 1 find that another now dotb thy behest. - - And today In the tourney I meet my ac cessor Be claims among maids thou art trneMt ol all- ; 1 ride at the sleeve of which he is possessor, , - To catch it and bold it aloft ere be fall. Then place both thy sleeves on bis bier in the ball. r ;. ' Bo, at rest in his armor, thy pour blinded lover . May dream that both arm thou about him. dost throw: ' 'Sot the world which will stand at his side aball discover Bow fal...

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