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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

bevetkelrgMf ■ ia*. Otbero •N (km half tick all the tint. and airvNi. iIm Afseeieo to peor; the akin to < yidaattowai d diaflgurad vttfc pimplea or eruptiona; eleap triage no rtai and work to a bardan. Vbat ia tha cauaa of all tbiaP And iba remedy? It claara out tha channela through which poíaon aro carried from the body. When alt Impurttiea are removed from the blood nature take* right hold and complete* the cure. If there la conatipation, take Ayer'a Pilla. They awaken the droway action of the liver; they cure biliouencaa. W# ><•*• lb* •««■!« i • t rrSrm • t mm f Mh> kimI ntlio m pi In !>• t;mtM ui« i r •< !!>• ■nkiilui I mi'f >im Vou oil! r U> li. Nut CURE YOURSflF! I •• Hit M t«r ubuatural <tl«* hart*-*. Htltn . i. at ul.•>*(.. • —— ítwImmOmmmOb. r« of ■ h r • • m**> Uiuñ" I'miuimm *«d o t wlnu 8m e t In t>Ula nn.f ^vrn:,,w-, miii mm nimiI SitTOirmsiM DOUBLE QU CC « rtuCAPT.O MBKI L. IS ««loo Agent. mi new Vwk Avmmm. wamioqton. u. c. RDADfi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

PADS OF SOCIETY B NATURE VERSUS THAT IN CULTURED MAN. OIUPWN WlM OOMK'I far flair I• M Maha Iter rwMUij. odd that the long centuries In human enlightenment • great continual idruct in live had so little effect on the he is «till born vith HM eavage, untrained nature, the unmodified passions and In- aa the aboriginal man of the or wilderness. and that it I* only I surrounding and the circumstances hia birth that chanve him and de- htm into a refined. Intelligent or leave him an untutored sav- , «ays the New York Tribune. The of the most Intellectual couple in universe if taken at his birth and in a family ef Ignorant, de- d beings would grow up not one better than his foster brothers •ad Maters, while the generations of enlture which distinguished his fore- feaara would leave ao appreciable «arks upon hia character; that is, he ild be ao more likely to rise su- to his surroundings than would any one Of his associates. It Is curious, too, that man alone ■Mas unaffected by the developm...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

ib ippurUM he vu about M moapiaco aa ather pooplo-a bMdie- and mim, iscllnad to portllasss. A* tb« train «ovad oa he dlscuaosd eom- woaplacs gubjscts with me la a com- mon placa way. I should not haw boon surprtesd ta bin bMO told (Jul as wm ■ stockbroker or • nllelté or lit he wm up—d In tbc too trad*. In tbe court# of our ehat nnctblni happened to be Mid about curious oc- rupatloas. "Well." «old my companion, "I do sot suppose tbst there Is any more curious occupation tban mjr own. I *m a breaber." He bad not at all the appearance of a man used to horses; but 1 tug- grated. "A horse-breeder, you mean?" "No," he said, "Just a plain breaker. A man wbo breaks things, breaks any- thing that requires to be broken; cats his living by breaking." I glanced nervounly at tbe commuul- • stor. though he looked even less like a lunatic than be did like a horse- breaker. "I see." he said, smiling, "that 1 must explain. When I left Cambridge with a classical degree, no prospects snd no Influence...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

ranee's Dispute with England 9 « CatarrhCured I £ * Cause of Trouble Between Our Sister Republic and Mr. J. Bull -Both Stealing Land ■fe. Fhahoda ta the cause of the dispute. No sooner bad the n w« cone to Eng- land of the fall of Khartoum, than H waa alao learned that Major Marchand. OH of the bravest and moat succeeeful Of African explorers, was at Fbahoda. General Kitchener went there In haate «ad politely requested him to with- draw. "J'y aula; J'y reste." replied iMarchand, in the words of one of the oaost famous French generals, and nl- «hough he had only twenty Frenchmen Md 300 natives againet an e/iermous [LONDON LETTER.] This Is the situation as It atanda today. Englishmen confidently expect that France will yield. This la the opinion given in the British newspa- pers. including not only weehlles. such as the Spectator and the Saturday Re- view. but dallies lihe the Times and Telegraph. The British are convinced ? peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeo# oe«y / L v HhAOCHANO k CAPT ^OATlta •vv V...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

13 I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | — K«l Jersig was in town Sunday last from Cameron. i . A. Broaddu was U1 two or three «lays this week. We understand Kmrnet Hell, s0!1 of J. T. Hell, is nick. Ij, n Pelamater spent several ,|aVs in Galveston last week. I-1 ..nk NVoniack was in the city from Galveston last Sunday. Miss *Kva Krai in, of Milano, ¡s spending the winter with her sister. Mrs. H. K. Delamater and attending school. Jun Uroftddus l«*ft the early pai l of the week i *r Kogers. where he will buy cotton the bal- am e of the season. A (*. Murrav left Monday for Houston, to a* tend the grand ledge A. K. Attd A.M. He will Ik absent about a week. Mi s. C. Struwe moved to town this week. She is occupying the J, C. W<M ble house, near Mr. WotnMe's present residence ( . Larson, of Kock Island, Texas, was in this vicinity sev- eral «i.iv*. this week. 11 was stopping with I". Kntid^on. west til t< wn. Joe Wilson, who has for sev- eral veais been employed by I' Lew, has accepted a jm-il on w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

14 FLAX CULTURE the UNITED STATES. From the Journal of 'he Society oí Aft . THIS AND THAT. A Lopsided Argunwat. Texan Farm and Ranch. Save Your Money. One box of Tutt's Pills will save *4*14 ft IIMIT4B1I. A Berliner claim Ic have dU- . . — covered a paper and an ink that will ^ hcre ,H a decided difference i many dollars in doctors' bill, I resist the effect of nre. between the acquisition of con-1 T, lCy will surely cure all disease. Tho histoHca, r,r;v, ,;,r u:r h^oass¡SÜ& umtcaState s - ib,t ««..i- • u >tt™ hu „rk i.r .he Ugh, a .h. prcsl.lUa«ye,,a,iHio„i .s.n..«ih, No Reckless Assertion ture «• . one of the ea, . I l «* « • ' ;> m« . easl ¡ tan which ¡„ that l„r sickht-adaclu-, dysp,,," colonial industries, and until com- Imwetei, ana me ucparumni 01 Jt ha been u «covert a teat the * , . . . '.A. * oarativi.lv recent vears the cul- agriculture is striving to re-estab- ¡ Kankalwe fiver in llliuois is «•lowly t,u' former required no coinci-j malaria, constipation anil bi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

IS >V. Bv Hr'v Md Expansión. lion u a n t. be ( si,ul i ill 1 J)mIh • u I I I post at ' >c •*' pill ,«iU jao.it \tfio ¡un h, a wc i I r< tu g0VO ccpi Th-* th* vs. ^ 4 r ctnmc trttii* * .r ai eHltfd i ' wept That j . n ! o t. I lit ¡ley is being vigorously n /ni in certain quarters , of hi •-> i u-itiuO on cxp.nl- !|, ¡h eh.'tfgoil with being • lull* with tli* democratie aider wInch nearly all of niton has been acquired. ,,• , i itii s art' not well ! The denme ratie party tim * in its history sib- ¡ t" tlii' 1 •! V now being ■ i the Mi Kinb-y admin- ■ ii. v\ h i . ill y ni ves the . 111 - ,,.w, I.#riiilv and «gainst tin* f ;:s .{>!. , of the Philip- On the i iritrjii y. tht tai t .rtti inl >1 by Mr. Mailt v. n tins matter last drilling tin original t'heory of our 1) me lit au<i f: muí the pre- aild pi'a tu i ti.i fiitheI'm. ix shown In .i decision oí prem*' v >• i i deli M'l't 1 I b - , r. IS'ii, in 'lif • ise of S oti ;.tudlord. i li ' Court said: i i% i ert...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 December 1898

m+m, TWELVE YEARS OF SUC6ESS! Our twelve years of success is proof enough that we do business right. Our yearly gains in sales make it doubly sure and never losing a customer after they once get a taste of our prices and methods, make it triply sure- There is a big effort being made by our neighboring towns to pull the trade that legitimately belongs to Caldwell, but their efforts are in vain. Too many have tried it but to be disappointed. Their "Cheap John" Riff Raff Goods Catch Only the "SucKers. 99 None of these towns have better stocks of goods, no more polite clerks, no better store service, nor any lower prices than we have. Xote a few of our prices below and compare them with "Mr. Anybody's." STAPLES. Arlington cotton checks and plaid . 2c. Harmony and Lodi sheeting, prints, 2.he. El Dorado dre * style , prints, 2'¿c. Full standard dress styles, oil red , indigo blues, Simp- sons and Americans, silver greys and blacks and whites. 4c. Bronson C, yard-wide domestic, 24c. Montic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

•.ir" e 9ll y c c'JoVí -Chronicle. EN PAGES. - I—T ~t ~ *t f- ---:4- ■* ' oltk AIM It* THE <?REATE0¥ HE1 VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLES )N COUNTY* TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1896. Cr r |f—nntfi iiMimnii FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. T TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. NO. 3a I. K. Russell made a trip ovér land to Hrcnham Monday, with hi family. Kid Kldridge, from Brenhjp, tCANVULI. Drakvim.r, Tai . I>ee. i. Ci.tToHS NRWn-CHioxifi.il: We enjoyed a very nice dance, , . ;llMr..nnd Mr .()«ipk.- Kr¡day|^enk' a fcw **"•> w"h ™ oiKht. A real cold .orlher blew ¡ £ w rece. ud while we were there, which . , ., . i * * t ,„\ t,,w«i nt, i. ,oalloí lumber last week, and will iTLii ill* the dancers feel good, an it , .. . . ' w inaiu uic ... . i build a residence on hi farm, wun very warm when the crowd . w , . . . w" ' j J-W. Lauderdale went to Lyon (fathore . Saturday, returning Monday' Krank Stampn- oH aldwell. was Mr«. J. K. Woodwonh «od ifcij- iitmircity last ni(t 1. dren we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

Sp¿ 1 xxxx BY PROF. C. JAMES. Mistaken Mm* of ThorottfhMM. From Superintendent Seaver'* Ad- «IreitM to the Beaton Teacher . Oh, the waste of time that ha come from mistaken ideas of , thoroughness! The common no- ;tion that no degree of thorough- ness is too great to be worth the time and effort required to attain it is a great mistake. There is often serious waste of energy ct.used by working too long for mere perfection of details. An eminent teacher and writer on pedagogy told me a bit of his experience which well illustrates this point. He was a boy taking lessons on the violin from a cel- ebrated teacher. At the end of a proper gauge of their states- manship, the people of Texas cou4d possibly And a man of sounder judgment than the pres- ent candidate for United States senator. * # 4 AN I NSEEMI- )' COS TA'OI EtíS) Rear Admiral Sampson, whoj viewed the destruction oi Ce- vera's fleet at a distance of nil and one*lialf miles from the place where Schley was hammering holes into t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

{ The Spiritual Man. A.VX.V.V BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. t0«' .?r«r ~*<V' ^"'V. •«.«. i'.iptain Philip,of the t atllv'aIi¡j>' en u in the time of comfort and T« \.is, was converted to chrfati- prosperity to calmly contémplate anit> by the Rev. K Ü. I upper, some possible future suffering, «it the I'irst Hapti-i church ol I my of u- have even been able Philadelphia. Mr. I upper was t<> look back upon some past pre.n hiug in New \ oil > it\ in -orrow. ami seeing how it has and at the done < | ins «lis- made our lives purer and nobler, eoiirse one Sunday a distin- lime been aide to rejoice in it. guished looking man nt the audi-1 Hut here is a man who can rc- i.fKc stepped forward, and. joice while his suffering" is vet takincr the mini-'. • by the hand, present. 11 is the true sub- s.iid: «1 believe I have every- mission. thutti in the world except the «<<«€ n,.« liirth. 1 haven lovely wife, It is a terrible thing to be a high j o*iti< n m th«- lrnited happy! H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

: «WVWVV«%*V*V*V*V*V*V*% ... The Holidays are Fast Approaching... And of course you are on the lookout for suitable presents for your friends, relatives or sweethearts. I have a most complete *t«ck of Glassware. Chinaware. and Fancy Bric-a-Brac of every description the daintiest, neatest and prettiest styles imaginable. My stock of Jewelrv and Jeweler s Novelties has recently lx-en replenished, and if you don't see what you want, ask for it 1 ve £<>Vit, sure. My new line of Silverware, which will lie here in a few days, will contain just the thinjf you want, liecause it comprises a little of everything There's no use trying to tell vou of the toys 1 will have, some of them are on my counters now. and you must see them to properh precíate them. When you need anything in "mv line, remember I am the leader in new and u « < up-to-date goods. >P- W ) i s > ) CALDWELL NEWS.CNRONICLC.. MtttT i JOINER. Editort and Proprittort. I In the Caldwell postoftlce an noc- ot4-<liM ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

wmm "íV /. ; v-' ■ YKLND AT LAST. Spill Sitalfto Ncr Acccftaace of MAIN Of IORQUOISE KING. frm «as UÉI sf Nvarty >• BapMy cm Faru if in Kpal* 61th Ii. Tho Spanish commissioners on behalf of their government huve at last accepted the offer of (he lfnited State* of $20,000,000 ami < onacntcd without condition to relinquish Cuba mikí to rede Por- to Kico, tin* Philippine* and also 41iit«iii inland. 'I lie acceptance document contained 300 words only. It o|H ned with a tefercnco to the tinul terms of the I'nited Stutt a ami Ma id Spain h .d tried to If v«* a- equitable an tin-w or at pos ble, hut 4lie commission r« of Spain wen* not pr -p.irod to com in t tlicij government to tlx1 accept a nee of the principle* em- bodied in the American argu- ment. 'Ill" doiitin ut t Im* cuiii- nii* ion< r* piesented say Spain tji'iir* ft to pr< v«' it liloiido cd, and ••from eon iderut «mi of hu nan- ity and pttrioti-m to sqlim!! to the condition* of t Í *• « on ¡ucfing n t «ni, however lu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

kbJMPVRPH ■m ,' Mmm ■. «r ENFORCE the Non-fu- Jslaetf leads. MEXICAN LION HINT. Mi (■** hüíw **n M0 ta Jeff *i«i« Coaaty-A b w Ik' j.oo I trade in skins of wild beasts lloul student, who overtaxed lib which they an* frequently called *t reugtli at hard study and died upon to slaughter in oi'der to save at St. Louis a few days ago, were th> llo -ks and herds in the rango, iutered in tit* family burying which witho.it til.* protection af- ground at Kiesal, a statiou on the forded by ti c guns of the harden Waco and Northwestern railway would lie exterminated. «even mile* south of Waco. The The cowl oys recently shipped burial was largely attended, a carload of wolf skius to be con- Much interest is felt iu the sad verte I into rug-. They have now fat • of the young student, lengthy begun the work of exterminating account* hi- death havingappear- the pantli' r« which prowl iu the ed in the puper*. His wife who hill* aud slaught r the cattle to was MissJcttie Adcock, after their an e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

wounded wen "tB killed ML •f tin- killed uud IS uV1^íV'32t ii*iuralj| so- awi5h'r° iniflf ,U *«"""" ¥ '«volved ill. unjust- claimed repara tilatlou of the sufferer*. repar I searching I u Vint fita lion and ppri'mulnry at - iiim u( Hut authorities of Pi uusplvaulii I'reafetent M<Kluliy* weaaage ta the •Uort ac salon of lb* Mfty fifth congress I* « lengthy docuaeut. In It be tnakea the rcinmUMmdatiuus: Increase of the army to lOD.fMM men Material luefenoe in the navy. „idln« ¡ tU. K^,rii l.,«ur¡v¿ r^lPp,^rt7ía i..tr null and m number of war vessels. , *« learn tbe merits uf t«ua«* iu urdcr lO lit- 'U U pnnltlou lo llieet lilt! Urgent complain of it frli ii.il> power. Tlw sheriff ami Ids deputies, having fceeu Indicted fur ■ murder wi n- 11!*•«! amf uiijulHed after u protracted proceeding, uud tin- loa ring of hundreds of witnesses. on tin- grouud that Mi.- killing wu« in (i... lint uf their official | duly to uphold law anil preserve public tba v uhlna Houa i'onfHiiinlloii ot t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

. News-Chronicle. JOINER, editors and Proprietor . pool • TIC TEXAS MORSE. In the CaM«ell, Texas, I claim matter. J BO KVKKY FKIDAY MOBW1NO. Koine women are its flighty a sen* c ashlers. A hot temper is apt to warp a man'* judgment. The widow's weeds sometióos clvc le the rake. Hobbles are the most unsatisfactory Of all beasts to ride. dome people spend a lot of their time looking for traps to walk Into. One never knows how empty some real'.y are until they get full. Marriage may be a failure, but there la a lot of evidence to the contra:.v. Some men. like some fences, don'l •mount to much until they get a gait on them. ■peaking of well-preserved women. Lot's wife was probably the beat of the assortment. The French may be fickle In every- thing else, but they are always faithful to their love—of change. Too «an always tell false teeth from the f«sl thing, because they are nearer faction than natural ones. Wiae is the Individual who knows a thing is going to be unpopular before the f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

Ifck* flitilCoM EasBg? Are you frequently hotrse? Do you have that annoying tickling In your throat? Would you feel relieved if ycu could raise something? Docs your coup.h annoy you 8t night, and do you rair.e more mucus in the morning? Then you should clvvays keep on hand a bcttlc of i - m ¡ft If you have a weal throat you cannot be too carcful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. Br. iftrictcrri tccitrsi Master protects (fee Ka§s Irtt cads. Help at H«nd. M j u h¡% • iai v complaint w!' w t hti<l .**..re the best UK*l.1 at wlv .ii' you i «ti | i lilv uU. mi • the diitojf fret'! . You rueive a prompt replv. Addrww, UU. J C AVF.ft, Lowell. MUM. The Big Pour railroad has recently received from the builder, four 8- wheel passenger locomotives to haul their fast train*. Those engines are, in «vfciy respect, model of their kind, and are probably the largest, fastest, most po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

■■ífflwS' n ''i;!,.': rs OWK STORY OF HIS AWFUL SUFFERING Undoubtedly Would Have Been Killed Had It Not Been for a Strange Superstition. [LONDON LETTER.] sn. kicked, and Anally led off, tightly bound, an prisoner* Into the presence of the "Pombo," or governor of the province. At Arst Mr. Lsndor himself was not tortured, the "Pombo" only trying to intimidate htm by the sight of the cruel scourging of the unfortu- nate Chanden Sing. Then, on pre- tense of conducting him to the frontier, the Thibetans put Mr. Landor on a pony and took him across the country in a spiked saddle, the moot terrible penetrated to Lhasa. Including | tortures of tbe many which they in- one Manning, in 1811. But since two dieted upon him. The devlliah Ingen- Prench missionaries got there in 1846 j ulty of the thing he describes simply There are few less known regions on the earth's surface than Thibet. Ow- ing to tbe jealous excluslveness of the Chinese authorities, the religious fa- naticism of the TIMbetans ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

;"W*3L_ ¡y®SB KK81I JABAÍiISJ",í ta<« ■<" tkv auat-k united, and seldom yield a eon test until (bu last member of the Nt<! During the summer of 1*87. white | u unable o continue the flaht .tfliaif A llttf. V llf mii'Vill'm - ium I II... . *.«• «muriUiR a party of surveyoiit, wn«. were engaged In loc&tlng the Interna i tonal boundary Him between Mexico j ml our own territories of Arisons ..tul New Mexico, we made camp iuur nu« water holes In a wild g rt of iuc desert. with no humau huo.utlon Mitiiin several hundred raiUia of u. . •| lie country round about waa rocky und desolate, broken into coulees, j.brupt mounds and painted butte*. aii'i i.iwislflcd here and there tty stunted rot ton wood tree*. petrified limit* mil t ranchea of thick chaparral. K01 a number of day* the weuiher had been I tiiaant. bill at Inat a drizaly rain net ;n. which k-api everyone closely con- tilted to camp. While the moisture wa falling thick (.ml fast a Mexican officer, accompan- ied !>>...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

• WKm-jm *' 1 ■ • ■V; v £f-v: M- WOMAN AND HOME. icral Items of Interest for Maids am' Matrons.—The Home. Caw* lnt« tli* Utritn. Mna< Into the garden. Maud. the black bat. night, ha flown! into the garden. Maud. I am here at the gate alone; And the woodbine apícea are waftsd abioad. the musk of the roses blown. m ii>, ■ Bp?}' & mm a breete of morning move , And the planet of Love la on nigh. Beginning to faint in the light that she tov«s. On n b d of daffodil sky: To faint (n the light of the aun that ahe loves. To faint In Ita light m.d to die. All night have the rosea heard T'.le flute, violin, baaaoon: All night ha the casement Jessamine atirred To the dancers dancing In tone. Till a «Hence fell with the «Miking bird. And a hush with the setting moon. 1 aalil to the Illy, "There la hut one With whom «he ha heart to be pay. When will the dancer* leave her al-nc? 8t)e Is weary of dance and play- ' Now half to the M-tting moon are gone. And half to the ri ing day; Low on t...

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