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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1888)
A PHOTOGRAPHER’S TRIBULATIjJMl
THE YOUNO PEOPLE.
8TORIES ABOUT MEN.
in the gaiterv of a well known Broadway
pbotogra|>ber. A lady entered in a glitter
ing whirlwind of lace, feathers, beads and
I diamonds and accosted tbe affable artal in a
“I have «»me for another sitting. You
have mxie a ¡jerfeyt fright of n.e in your
last proofs. It is too bad, I deciare! I won
Neutral Grau nd la Cuba.
if you ran ever do me justice? You
The changed condition of society brought
you insisted on a three-quarters tacr
about by tlx# pateh«xi up peace of Zanjuu
siade possible a ciub a Lore nx-n pf either picture, while I told you that my profik« war
and neither party might meet without cease the best."
“But, my dear madam,” interposed th»
less promptings to the rancor of political
feeling or national prrdec The Union club I artut. “the picture is certainly a good Lke
¿bus had its origin. It is Wealthy, arutfo
••Xiwiuer replied the lady petulantly
cratic, exclusive, and its membership and
-Fffivilfiges. are confined wholly to men. So “I never could bring myself to believe that I
far ds I am informed, this is the »mgje in piwre^rd suetj a bornbie nose, and 1 cer
stance in Cuba where women are t hus.iienied. tainfy have not such squinting eyes. I have ,
Nenher politics r.or religion ore dibcussed by come to have another sitting, and I insist
its member*; ouly such game»» of curds as that tbe picture shall be in profile as 1 sug*
taken out to the cemetery.” “I don’t care,”
are permitted by law are allowed, the me t ge^ted.”
-eminent of Cubans in the professions and
The accommodating artist bowed his acqui he replied, with the utmost nonchalance; “I
inercantde life, as well as tbe highest escen'-e. tore bis locks when the lady was would like a ride, and, anyway,’’ be added,
Hpantsh officials* here meet dully in mock ' not looking, and proceeded to arrange his “I could live up in heaven.” A little play
friend.-*h!p. the consul generals of France, I apparatus. Half an hour afterward, when mate said, eagerly: “Oh. my two brother»
is up thcrel” “They are, are they!* my
Great Britain, Germany and the United the lady had taken her departure, tbe un
States are members, and it is absolutely the ! happy man addressed himself to a reporter cousin said, fiercely; “well, you ju«t wait till
( get there, and I’U smash their nose’”-»
only spot among men in all Cuba which may I who chanced to be in bis studio.
be regarded as strictly neutral ground.— | “Must I always be a slave to the whims of Philadelphia Record.
Edgar L Wakeman * letter.
vanity I That lady who this moment left us
Philip, 7 years old, is proud of his stand
has bad four sittings, every one of them with ing at school. “Well,” said his uncle, who
Sue«'’ from C«»al Tar.
artistic results, and yet she is uot satisfied, had heard the boy speak rather delightfully
The wolrjderful coal tar sugar story, which i She is too good a patron to lose or. I would about his school triumphs, “what is your
* has been^u^luhed in ncai ij very newspaper :»tlt humor her. Every time she has a new relative rank in your ciassf’ “I—I don’t
* ithin a year, is again revived, and from a re- i' Tfi*ss she must have hereeif photographed, know what you mean, unde.” “Why, I
article in The German Sugar Manufac* j She is wealthy and can afford to indulge her mean where do you siand in your closesr*
Turt-n/J‘»uriia) it appears that a factory for I whim'imt her vanity is intolerable. She is i “Oh! hi the reading class I s^ftnd on tho
xbe production Of that wonderful product i only one of a host of peojde who have the crack just iu iront of the big debk, and in the
known as saccharine is now completed, and 'raw for being pbotographoiL
Titlunetic class 1 don’t stand at ail, ’cos we
“One spinster lady comes to me regularly jiistsit on the recitation bench!”—Youth’s
will bo fully equipped’ for work in a few
weeks. It is I<Muted in Westerhausen, near L ince a month to have her picture taken. She Uoaipanidn.
»as kept an album for the past ten years, which
The old historic city of Magdeburg.
This coal tar sugar. Laving a sweetening ’*>«itaip« or,ly her °wp photographs. One
observe by turning < -er its pages how
times greater than cane sugar, it
A New York merchant, who does an ex-
he has gradually grown -n age. month by teusiye business in Cuba, had been entertain
im said, will tie used for mixing with glucose,
tod it is presumed will, ip a largo measure, inoujh. ’ Had! isn’t itf B« *ry time she Las a ing a wealthy! citizen of Havana for several
<Lq.lacethe p r oduct xrfthe eano forth»—aw .new likeness taken she asks me: ‘Do you days. On a recent Sunday the Cuban and
jMirpose. The journal from which we gather 'hiuk this picture looks bldlT than tho lar>t£-
W K IR I rt—il for hnniA -At tbe last
“ Another of my patrons is a young and moment, the merchant thought it would be
the above facts also states that one pound it
tiie new sacchariue mixed with 500 parts of pretty girl, who has gone wild over private the proper thing to send some flowers to his
glucose gives a cmujound as good as the-best theatricals. She has herself photographed tieparting friends on board the ship. So he
sugar used on the continent, while it ran be in Jhe costume of every character she im hastily dispatched an office boy to a florist's
wuppiuxl at a much lower price.—¿Scientific personates. Still another is a young man. to purchase some flowers. “Get about $25
vho ls as prettAas a doll. His vanity can worth, and I will leave the selection to you,”
ar illy bo believed. He comes berfc every were his instructions to the boy, after telling
A Somewhat Mortifying Oxniw«ioi>.
wo or three weeks and has «cores of photo why he wanted the flowers. He then accom-
One of the pleasures of extreme “youth is graphs of himself struck oft These be dis
pauied his friend to the steamer, and just as
ro walk tn pride in rubber I-pots. The tributes indiscriminately among his friends
“all ashore” was cried, the office t»oy rushed
haughty yet indifferent air with which the ami acquaintances. Sometimes he appears
up the gangplank carrying two broken col
rubber bdbted small boy will swash through m full walking suit—fropx coat, gaiters, hat,
umns-—one bore the inscription: “Wemourn
•* qiiartpr of a tnilo of gutter must gloves, cane. Again you will see him pict
your 1068,” and the other, “Gone to another
tie -«uen to tie appreciated. A> the Lis ured in evening dreos. I have photographed
tener *a»u, tupking his wry past one him in hunting suit, riding suit, aud even in
i»f the city schools the other lay. he his dressing gown. It is a mania with him,
«aw before him ttyo midgets of girls wearing but I cannot complain, for it is money in
7«ubbez^tl^j£yoml tbei r y Gars. These litt le ray pocket. In fact, I make my living by
girls were walking through the puddles1 tn Catering to the vanity of others., fetors atad
rheir way with the evideut pridoof oonq'ier- %>*tresses arei very hard to please. They
know what an artistic photograph is. and de
“Why, Mary Jane.” raid the larger, “if mand setting after sitting until they are
you didn’t forget that puddle at the cross pleased. VJ’ith them, however, I can afford
to spend considerable time, for I pan sell
’ So I did,” said Mary Jane, mortified. “I tbeir picture» afterward in the market.”—
dont know what’s coming o»cr me." and New York Evening Sun.
turning about she retraced her steps and
A Snblime Victory.
twice jiaradrd through the forgotten puddle
The victory won in the civil war was. in
Itefore rejoining her companion.—Boston
flve particulars, the great • it in history : The
victors raptured the forces opposed to them,
A**Mut-ic Teacher’« Eflacatlon.
ind these among the bravest of mankind;
! heard, the other evening at a,musicale, a they secured the largest territory everjtaken
naive remark al>uiit one of the perform •n war: they destreyed utterly the subject
“Papa, what is patrimonyF
ance*. which seemed so characteristic of Bos matter of the contest; they, settled ths issues
“It is what is inherited from a father, my
ton ft dewrves to be repeated. A yo ing »thoroughly that no retridltcan ever'W (Tear.”
woman. whOhC musirnf rdner.tton has been oecew'sry. and, most glorious triumph of all,
“Oh—and then is matrimony something
somewhat limited, but of unbounded belief iliey captured the hearts of tbs brave men irtberited from the mother T—Life.
in her own capability; wrw discussing a \ery tljcy conquered. Grant did not merely foroe
brilliant artist who bad just been ¡Haying a the surrender of Lee’s veterans; he won their
, Fair Play.
group of Chopin’s familiar masterpieces. regard. There was no “subjugation;” he did
A colored woman entered a prominent dry
“Oh, yes. be plays well enough.” she said in not make them “pass under the yoke.” They
days since, and wanted to
Answer to an enthusiastic cummeut, “bat I beghn by respecting him and ended with a
don’t care to have lessons from hire. U wanner feeling; they prayed for him in his look at some work baskets. The clerk, a
wduIdfiT |>ay.* '■“And-*w<iy'-w*r-asked an- Affliction, and mourned sincerely at his death. young man, showed her several, and she se
“Then1 is only oee His spirit survive» in the universal amnesty, lected a small one, which shb thought was
other.man here who is such a master of hu axial and political; the,wxr worn Confeder worth about a quarter.
“Wrap this up for me,*’ said she.
art.” “Yes, I know.’’ «as the reply, “l-ut ate and the old Federal sit side by side in the
“Oh, that’s nil right,” said the clerk, “yoq
you see, as I want to teach, I shall ta«:e a fow national congress and meet amicably in the
just imagine that it is wrapped up.”
ti«sonb of Mr. Long, and that will get iuu «a social circle. Even in the border states,
“All right,” she answered, as she picked up
ninny pupila as I shall need!”— Boston H«rafil. w^ere one would naturally expect local ha-
the basket and started from the store.
treds to survive longest, one will meet in the
“But you forgot to pay me,” said the clerk.
■ Making a Distinction.
<ame parlor survivors of both armies, shar
“Oh, that's all right,” she answered, “just
The two friends had lunched together at a ing impartially the smiles of the fair; and if, imagine I’ve paid you.”
restaurant and were taking their d-pttrlJrw. is rarely happens, some one with more mem
The laughter of the proprietor and several
“Rambo," said Baldwin, “you’d better i ut ory than charity ventures to mouth the clerks who had overheard the conversation
thatei’dc Urit buck on its book. Your tile is bitter terms of the bitter post, the so embarrassed the young man that he per
here with mine.”
hearers’ quickly rising frown sternly re mitted the woman to walk off without pay
“Baldwin,” exclaimed R.nnbo. In an in bukes the unwelcome memory, or the sound ing for the basket.—Washington Star.
jured tone, after tho two tail gone out, “1 falls 1 dead upon unsympatt^izing ears,
did p«»t expect hiu U treatment ¡rum jrex like a curse upon the mountain top which
Ca<ed With a Lunatic.
The bai l Wad taken was a botte- m» tnau die« on the cold, pure air withoutyàn écho.
First Baker—Just opening I see. I suppose
- Contrast this condition with that of other
“You were willing, then, to make the mis lands where civil war bas raged : with Scot you will join the bakers’ trust. __ e___
Second Baker—I have ho use for a trust,
land where one uprising followed another
“It might bare been a mistake, Baldwin." for sixty years; with Ireland where the feud sir.
“Ah, ha! I thought so. You intend to
said Rambo, severely, “but it would not of Saxon and Celt, at the end of two cen
.have beeu a blunder.”—Chicago Trib u><
turies. is only half appeased. Is it not a fact cuT^ts in prices. We’ll just show you, sir,
that more men have been killed and wounded that”---- x;
“I have no intention of cutting under in
F.nc.fiiragiut* Ptoor People.
in American cities, fighting over the “Battle
An Indianapolis church has eotubiisùWt a of the Boyne,” than both armies lost in the prices. I shall charge the full market rates,
•lime savings and loan compauy, wbien ca- battlo itself? Yet bow many riots can you
<wwa any sum down to one cent. Ils object name between ex-Federal and ex-Con-
“I expect, sir, to gain custom by the supe
» tx> eucuurage poor people towro money, f ederate I This is our common glory, north
and to help them to buy fuel in sutnnwr and south : this makes it a victory which all rior excellence of my bread.”
First Baker (springing for tho doorand
when it is cheap for use the following n.twr ran celebrate, and if is soon to be here as it
when it is dear. Thus far it has proved suo- is in the poetic literature of Scotland, where dashing into the street)—Heaven preserve us!
the heroic achievements of both sides are What an escape! He's mad, mad as a March
oeseful beyond expectation. — New Yuri all
cast into a common stock and ai e the com hare!—Omaha World.
mon glory of the country.
An Effective Combination.
Grace—Isn’t that your fiance, fatal
Kate—Yea Why I •*"
Grace—isn’t ho awfully dark, door.’
Kate—Quite; but old gold, with the *-rw>t
•M> the gold, being the contrasting enter, tbe
• combination is an agreeable oi.v ano quits
-tearmonioua Sec I—J udge.
A magazine writer says that Japanese art
is declining. Any one who has seen the aver
age Japanese oil painting will not be sur
prised. A long haired and wild looking
female, fearfully and wonderfully made,
jumping a half mile into space and grabbing
a mud hen by the off hind leg. appears to be
the favorite motif in Japanese art.—Norris
A Nad Affliction.
Gilhooly—Sad affair over at Jone«’.
Ous de Smith—Whitt’s the matter?
‘ One of the twins has died.”
“Tj\at 1« an affliction.”
“Yrs, and the worst of it is the people
don’t know which one of them is dead,
they look so much alike.”—Texao Siftings.
Thl. U Too Moeh.
“We hare heard a great deal about the
racklees extravaganca>of the far .rest,” says
Tbe Chicago Tim*«, “but sue cannot go quite
so far as to believe the yarli that there is a
hotel in Deadwood wheraf they change tbe
napkins every time th^- change proprie
Wife—I am sure, John, that burglars at-
tempted to enter the house last night.
Husband—You don’t sav so! What do you
s’pose frightened them off#
W ife— I think it must have been your snor
By sitting on a hot stove for a short
home, observe l>oth the Burns and tbs
Paine anniversaries, though these occur
several «lays apart. A little well directed
thought will save much trouble.—Pitta*
Where the Shoe Finches.
Old Time Chlrwp«Mii*t Telia Hew
I.inoole Deceived a pelegation.
There is an old chiropodist in Washington
who has doctored tbe corns of all tho great
nwn i:> • the country for the last third of a
century. •’ I asked him tbe other day bow
many presidents had sat In bis chair.
“Let me see," he answered. “I believe I
have had every one of them since tbe time of*
Bochanan. I came to Washington in his
mliuiuistration, but had not much practicd
then. People used to doctor their own c-orns.
Several times a year I went to the White
House while Ikncoln was there. B<»Ui be
and his wife had very troublesome foot.
While I was operating on
admitted a delegation
clergymen who had come to see him about
extending the work of the Christian commis
sion in tbe army. They were very much as
tonished when they were shown into the
room where he Rat on a table with his Imre
feet upon a chair, and I do not- know of any
Other president who would have received so
diguifled a delegation under similar clrcuin-
slanres, but time was very valuable and he
dal n^t want to keep them waiting. He told
a number of funny stories about his expe
rience with corns and bunions, and very soon
tbe doctors of divinity recovered from their
astonishment and began to exchange views
on the subject. Then they sobered down
and presented their case to Mr. Lincoln, who
promised to isqjie the order they wanted.—
Washington ConNew York Tribune.
A Sample ut Sunset’« Wit.
Mr. Cox, of New York, entertained tbe
house with his views on the bill which pro
poses to give tho bodies of paupers to medi
cal colleges for dissection. Mr. Cox favored
tho ¡»ass-ige of this bill, on the ground that it
was in tho interest ot tl»e iliving more than
in the iuterAt of the dead.
“I favor it,” said he; “because of tho
changes that take place in our mortal sphere.
Tho body which is a meio shallow of the life
is of little consequence, compared with that
*kI am not irisenslblo to the preservation of
tbe form itaeff. Who that is humun could
do otherwise I If, then, we would preserve
the memory of our dear and dead friends,
a , dflathlass picture,
and since we cannot have them in marble
and only in dust, let their health and safety
in lifo bs-aur chief anxiety in legislation,
even as in our homes.
“Let us care for them fn such a mode by
Jaw that they may be long with us hero, as
sured that they havo a ‘life beyond life—an
immortality rather than a life.’ ”
At this point Mr. Taulbee, of Kentucky,
asked Mr-fox M JMb.<DUld be willing that
his own body should be given Jo medical cob-
leges, and Mr. Cox promptly replied, with a
twinkle in his eye:
“I yrould have to ask my wife about that.”
.Of course, this “brought down” the house.
—Washington Cor. New York Tribune.
The businesa section of thlsr-
time immemorud been curiomi,
a decidedly original and eulern
of small traders, sper Ulatre*
venturers with whom slight nrodw
sales are a maxim. It is na Z"
string iwddlers and such lit!^l
who thrive by going from offle, ?
men of almost every craft wki."
one office thoother day a peripety" 1
giet came iu and wanted to („i “l<
In another I found a corn daS
down the tenant's feet. At sr,^
vagrant sleight-of-hand perform»!!
tricks and fsuss-d around th. hatL,
furniture menders, glazjers/iLZ
painter* travel ^bout in
probably find them.
There is scarcely anything,—
buy down town in the course of
out leaving his offiie. Tailor „
measure him for cloth«, to be mJ?
in London. Vei
'■■‘£7 ••}' «PPiyh
bate and boots and ___
buy cigar, and M>ng r hi
and whiaky and nalslun, tir ha,
toy* for tbe youngster*, from ru,
ground of bi. office chair. Th«»
men. who go about waring up trwu!
manufacturer., aud other, who
lot«, and hou«», and furniture W
tho installment plin, w^i, —
irtsny.l literature thev bay, a—-,
everywhere, ready to di-al for <^1
is oecaaiou may demand.
Tl>a customers of the«
men are uot drawn from th,
>f tradj It is as impomible torijZ
fi,t financier, or lawyw „
chautSk it would be tor hint,’,
kingdom of heaven by c;imb|«ai
ixilo. But tliere are thousaud, of .
ire engaged in minor buainota ,
>fi!ee* of tbeir own and easily^,
rhe public as it passes, Md to«,,
tanldlen. prey. Wit goesagrestw,.,
nakmg tra.i<-. Tbe vender wk, -.
well and creek a joke with 'anility
per even iu the worst of tun«,
young fellow who sells writings
Among the artists and other indnZ
upaiits of d iw ntown offices, who'mrf,
quite a snug bank acebunt by this bre
lavitd the money he pick» up Bn.
m-wt of his kind, I herb i. . shifri^Z1
lim. and be does not try over hart to.
ware* when he do« not actually
This seems to be the weaknenof all g
ragals.nd industrial. Sufficient fore
is tlie good thereof, and ampl, for q.
is that fortune which keeps hi, wo,
hour supplied. There do not it* ,
atony women among fl*, r—u,
> hante as there once were. Even th, t
book agent is not as numerous a, ibre
be. But tlie number of men ao b*«
tinuesto increase with years and, toil
l>earances, to grow in prosperity wth
too.—Alfred Trumble in New Yoikla
Offered at a Bargain.
Farmer (to artist who is painting' a pictr
“You ought not to have punished the boy
so severely,” he said reprovingly to the oresque old mill on the farm)—What are yv
woman. “The dog belongs to a neighbor, likely to git for a pictur like that, rolM-wl
and, besides, tying a kettle to a dog’s tail is
Farmer (excited)— $5001 Why,
not such a wicked thing for a boy Jo do.”
“The kettle belongs to
«aid the sell the durned old mill itself for ba If that
womau, still mad.—New York Sun.
It Is Rather Carious.
redd er* Wk. T
rioOle a.d Uel.k (
Exercise for the Bllleea,
IfllQue qt the misfortunes of the ridh
Aaa simple illustration take the «
senators to lie constantly besieged by appli
cants for small loans. Among the most sedentary occupation prone to what fe
wealthy men of the senate is Brown, of biliousness. He is assured that bear
Georgia, whose patriarchal board and air of ereise, and so enters upon the pric
solemnity made him a particular tai%et for walking four or five mileh.orem
the impecunious. The way in which he re distances, daily. . He improves, ft can
pelled one of the applicants on his generosity be a benefit to him. Btill, were beta i
a part of the time given towalktagtM
is related something like tills:
Across the hotel table fropi the senator sat varied form of exercise, he would fiad
a sAd eyed woman boarder who had once been of a task and the gain still greater. !
in good circumstances, but upon whom ad the greatest good out of a walk on
fling his arms around and so carry hin
versity had frowned of late.
“Seuator.” said this sad eyed lady, “yon to bring every muscle of the body into
southerners are so chivalrous, so ready to as But few people would care to indulge i
an exhibition on a public street, and»
sist those in distress.”
“Yes.” replied the senator, hesitating; he the generality of them walk they do#
had heard that before from sad eyed people, entirely with their legs, in other wort
and he thought he divined what was coming. the lower half of the body is muchen
“Would you, senator, with yqur true The bilious fiatient, especially, needi I
southern chivalry, do me a favor and a great t else all parts alike, and so draw tb
from the liver into the muscular syfe
“Yes. madam, what is—that is—it depends lieving that important organ, whichi
or less congested.
Again, to mechanically comprwtto
“Think well, senator, before you promise,
aiad assist it to empty itself is moi
for it is a great kindness.”
The topes of the same old song the senator When a man rides horseback, the fi
hail heard many times before from parties actunlly churned, as it were, and thati
bilious patients derive so much benefit
who wanted a $10 loan.
“I ai?i afraid, madam, that I will have to, that peculiar form of ewrciM.lfi
who walks four or five miles aday
but what is i^you wish, anywayf’'“
“That you pass the catsup—you have every- give no longer time to physical wort
thingjon your side.’’—Washington Cor. New that, he would do better if ha will4
spent what remaiba
time in a gymnasium, or in sawing i
Laiuar ns a Fisherman.
The moat scientific angler is Hampton. He
S polling Ideas with ffonk
has one of the finest outfits in Washington,
In reviewing a manuscript not kv
and his patience and perseverance are said to
be all that can be desired. He frequently had occasion to say: Year subject I
acts as a sort of instructor to his colleagues and weB treated in spots, but your
who are willing to try a hand in fishing for should be lx>iled down at least half,
ba.<s in the Potomac. It is said of him that will do this carefully 1 am sure yoa c
w uiiu ne
«oa yet a sen-
* v. j
he once took imuiai,
ator, up to the Chain Bridge at Little Falls*. The answer to this was as follow
are sacred toi
for a day’s fishing. Lamar, as is his custom,
took a novel along with him, and while the cool manner iu which you K0I
Hampton was stumping among the rocks set eral massacre is nothing less tbans
himaelf down upon the bank of the river, Up to the date of your lettir ao (
hooked op his line a live frog, cast it out reader has ever suggested io mad
“upbtt the water, opened his book and insertion of a comma, or theelimiM
waited for results. Patience makes good word.”
There was moroof this stuff, butl
fishermen, and Lamar should have got all
the bass in the Potomac, fur he sat still with is a sufficient ’ sample. Now 1
his pole between his knees, while he devoured appearance of this manuscript that
the novel, until the waning sun waked him very ancient mariner, indeed, ft I
to the fact that the diy was almost gone and dently made a number of
he also saw Hampton appear in the distance age*», remaining with the owner oo
with a fine string of fish in his hand. Start* trips only long enough for a ne* i
ing up in surprise, the future associate justice postage stamps. This paper hM
of the supreme court began to haul in hig fully read, too, for it possessed H
line, and to his great disgust found that the and I was clairvoyant enough to i
intelligent frog had quietly swam ashore and more than one editor had with,
was sitting on the bank close to him with the marked it “unavailable," and
will writers string out sol "V
hook in his mouth.
Of course, this may be only a campaign with words!”
“The pen is mightier than the i
story. I give it as it was told me by one of
Hampton’s friends.—Washington Cor. New the scissors and the blue p^
times mightier than either.—Eta®
The Writer.__________ L
He Welk.a neck.
“Murphy, moight oi u yre whudder it1*
natberal er ertificud fur yee Co be da* bow
“Artificial, Moike; oi rode up in a bloon
wan toime an’ walked back.-— Harper's
He Needed Money.
A Georgia man put up 5,000 acres of
A stockholder in^a street car line says it is
curious that people will kick so vigorously at auction, and it was knocked down 'o :be
about wapting a fire in a street car to ride highest bidder at $58. He didn't <wre rorv b
five blocks by, when they will ride five mik« about land, but be did want money a'lgbsv
in a cold hack or coupe and never say a bad.—Detroit Free Preea
word —Detroit Free Press
Electrified the Confrtfl*
A good story is told of a Card»
cal preacher. He was declaimnj<
his hearers—in a bethel of
dons, which I not evenpo*»-
Towarrl tl»e Hose he
gregation with the ^xclanl*10T .
turn to yon, the hundreds m
The Rock. *
Strenger (U> Wnslnngton
Will you direct me to Ü« MT"
Clerk-Yes, eir; follow U»