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I THE DAILY BUN GAINESVILLE FLORIDA JULY 26 1905 1905r
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thipn BIETH OF THE TI E WALTZ WALTZTHE W LTZ LTZiHE
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iHE DANCE HAD ITS ORIGIN EITHER EITHERh
h I IN FRANCE OR GERMANY GERMANYr
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a r tin t tnirodactlon Into In Eegtasd Eajl E d Cauec Caaredt4 C CauecGr aied aiedH
H Great Gr 0r Scandal atal In Tli TksR f COBatr Codsatrrasd COBatrsmi eoCrJFo
° smi For Fo a TltsieN Tlble If Had a Va ardtoab1e ardtoab1eoelety hlon olIle olIleJelT ble blei
i H JelT l tr In I nn n Uproar IfiroftrNo UproarNo ar arNo
No exact Jute cap en be ascribed lCrlbe < to tile thor tiletDbo theWtroduction
r lolroductlon tDbo 1uction of oithewaltz thewait tbe waltz Into England Ellglnlulom Englandrom
fl from > rom om Franw In 180J ISOOGllray < 1I1rs1 published PUIJIIMlwtt
1 a L caricature of u couple waltzingi waltzing wultzlnJwHh
jPirJtl i wHh the note hut this was 08 Intruded Intrudedj hrteudedtape rltUIJtt1CQh
j lej tape n quiz iiinn 1I n Uic then forcliu duucet dance dancep
p i itllptlpg UltKlUff t ug AgJiftMn 1810 the saws unit art artr arlt
r jttUl1lhslJcd it t published iniotiier nktttlj iiitillod iiitillodti tlltJtlNJiaL cntltledt1ttValser
t1ttValser ti WulBi U > Bon Uuun e t with lth tUeilkte the theisjjte tilee
> isjjte ilkte e The viilne mm nt t thlH tlm true new newJsa uowii newngland
Jsa ii England ntalJd und Just oomln conning Into lush lushIiot uKht uKht
tfiVt tfiVt3Cbe < Iiot IiotJbe t
3Cbe fume t m or rather notoriety of the theLjjyy t tdnnca tl tldance
Ljjyy dance I had li trwevr nvrvrr cached rcaihedknd ltl1chedJnt1 cachedntl
knd ntl some jvarn IU prtrlutlsty invloUHv Dr Drjfry Dry
jfry 1 had seen H MI II It iliiucc < l In Purls In InI 10nd Inknd
I and nd wan uiovnl to vcrde wni rllt How HowWlftfifMT HowEugllHh flowtt1y
WlftfifMT tt1y nn English iiiotlicr wuiiM f fuel ttltllJ fueli tt l lt
i owe t tier lJ r dnuKlitor HO o unfuinllliiiIy unfuinllliiiIyfftmM UllfltlllllllllIand unfaulliarlyI4d
> fftmM I4d and still till moiv tq iioti huh the theiWjf 1111mnnrwr 11nmanner
iWjf manner In whuli 111111 tu HI frt fivo JtI
rlf returnwl by lI the feunilcs tewtrlesi feunilcsfr rcuUlI rcuUlIIn
fr i 1blh i Mi In bl ii ulu is Journal dccluro Hint HintviWl tllntI hintfedt
viWl I > ifHt fedt iit ever jinHliKwl so o K gcat > vnt II t a aJ IiJi adtl
J ifij dtl i In English society utltt 1114 > IN tilt lu Inti lut luton
Ji ti t ton n of the lie Icrnniii wnllT wnllTK WIIII7bo trii llz llzIre
K bo ntttrlbut < > H to Huron NIMI NIMIilitnd NeurAij II IIJ
J rAij ilitnd old 11t others < about liar year lIII 111 111rtjates 1HIIrJatea 1411r
r rJatea how the riiunilnj which whichfM whll1lIthcrto wldelttitherio
fM > 4 klthcrto been In < < Ju dedicated to IOUUK IOUUKitpsjl huJU huJUtt Iouugbi
itpsjl bi Ht tt the park were now 110 absorbed d atM at atjtfijlFla t tV
V jtfijlFla M pln l iJractlclnKJ tjraCtlCln the figures of a aRfls aquadrlllo aquadrtllo
Rfls > ck quadrille 0 at whirling a ehrtlrd clitiir clitiirgg8 lIlI lr lra
gg8 a the room to learn earn the step uud uudl uuduro andfi
fi sure uro ot the Glrmnuwultt GlrmnuwulttIt Germnu waltm waltmIt
l It Was danced daDlI 1 nt Almurks by lI n few fewr row1Till
r r 1Till fry bold spirits notably Ix lord > rd Pnlnicr 1nhnert Pnlnicrtfab lnlmcrMme
tfab t Mme do Llevcu LI eu PrlnwsR PrlnCf > 8R Enter Enterf I Cter Cter11k
f 11k t swit and Baron Neumann and thusitAma thus thusvit4ino
vit4ino itAma 810 a matter of exhibition cxhl ltlon the thot tltoI theWbole
t I fttttt company ntondlng on benches to toI toth toi
I lrj i > w wthtfperformat th thd performance pertormnhccWner performancegwcver co cor
r JfQWover Wner the nntlwaltxlng party took tookfmn tooklarm tookalarm
fmn alarm larm and cried It down Mothers MothersIsjfiMLde MotlJorHe Motherside
IsjfiMLde ide e it and every ballroom became beeumetteene becameeene
1 MJ tteene eene of feud and contention How Howftpttfotind 1I0wo1nd howipaio1nd
ftpttfotind o1nd was Its It 1 unpopularity UI1IOlul rlty In cdrplIM c clr clrqUlne < > r rfftift
° fftift Quarters Is proved by the imnqul imnqulJ 11IIIIUIlovoled
< J J A < g leveled against It It Tbo famous famouslines fumoullJlDea f11111UUarapid
rapid lines commencing commencingWhatl commenllnlrrho commencingWlatl
Whatl The girl I adore by another om flmbletdl emtSracedl
i bractdi bractdiOil bletdlCQmmonl tSracedlcommonly
Oil Commonly attributed to Byron Byronffcfflfii Hronthcy Byronthey
ffcfflfii they were published tublhhe < l unoiiy unoiiys 1111011 auouyaIsshy I IJy
aIsshy s i ly jn JB12 and Nome nuthorltlus nuthorltlusflrtf lIuthorltluAThomns uuthorlllusi0
flrtf i0 Thomns Moore an the author An AntKiiHroBiptu Aum Aniul11ptu
tKiiHroBiptu m tu purporting to bo Il addressed addressedifikyr Utlttretllcil1tt addressedbs
ifikyr 1tt tti an IndlRimnt IDah lIl1nl lover to his hl betrothed hotrotlunlijMkd hltrothttlJJ I
ijMkd < id jber JJ r partner echocH Byrons Dron fcol fcolNi feolieure col colJeuve
Ni Nieuvo
Jeuve euvo brushed tho bloom from the thspcnch theJHIAth lbJ
J peach pcnchi JHIAthlllom
i lllom t From thu ron Ito It soft oft line lineWhttt hUthat hueWhat
Whttt hat youve tnuvlifil you 011 may take takei takePritt takefitly
i Pretty vrulutr WII tltur adlouAetbther nillou nillouf ndloul
f Another l ttJer Pont dollvorctl himself of the tholffiI the14wing
lffiI lflfeivlhg 14wing wlh8 dlutribe dlutribe3fe dlntrlllilrt t t1Io1r
1Io1r 3fe jr torts ilrt Improve mproft In thin thl Innplrlnir nn nn3P6rs net nlrelNn netPeers
> Peers mount ount tho box JOI and hun hurIur lur > un tn trend uil theAtaa the thefi the11
fi Stair StairWhllt
Millie Whllt 11 ivaltsliiff females with lth uiililuNhlng uiililuNhlngface unblut lIhlullhlrtaco + hing hingface
face facePlsdoln tacoII4a1n
Plsdoln II4a1n to danoe but lit it t innna em emi embraco embrace
i braco bracoC braceThe
C The waltz however rontluuis rontluuisJtalkes lOlltiIlUtJlalktl coutluuestlalkess
tlalkess Jtalkes struggled truggINlucltHMCult aucwwHfully tlirouKli tlirouKlifM throu Iii rough rough3I h hu
fM u Its dIUlculties Flaurtmult who wan wanIm wasffeur 11 11I
Im I feur du pol Ilohs In Paris carne < over ovirWKl tIlIrt overi
i WKl t with a bust Qt others drove tI ru HI the tluiffltoei tll tllfritkI thei >
iffltoei i > Into their Intrvuclituvtitri tad AmiapMm tadtho 111 111tho
apMm tho Emperor l mperor mlu ror Alexander was HWII HWIIV stynr1rHaing
r1rHaing > V Hitug aruuud nrouut thin th roof at AlumrkV AlumrkViSftMt AhUllt AhUllthi Alwaeks1y1jM
iSftMt 1y1jM hia nl tight uniform and ud muJtlIouol ntnuctuurl nutut muJtlIouoltlon > ruus ruusc
c < l ifOratlous tlon they tht surrendered ut divert dl5cnij dllcrlu
r u t ttri
ij tithis tfls tri this a mo moot < t jwliit whether the wait waiti waltzer1gLnated nUt nUtrJ
i 0rJslnnttHl rJ lnnttt in France or Ocrmiiuy OcrmiiuyP nerwlu nerwlubetbcr ermauy ermauywhether
P whether betbcr It canto from the French Lu LuVolta LuVolta IaVolta
Volta or thi German national dance dancvtlM dlU1lCth41wLnndler dancelb
tlM th41wLnndler lb MLandler Aceonllug to French Frencht rlnt b br
r a althorlUe thorltleM IM Volta ottn was n simply Imll the the1vaU tlJet thewaltz
t waltz n trqjs tro1 temps tWI Provence was wa Its Itsf itAblrtblllQCl itsbIrthplace
f birthplace und It was drat Introduced Introducedat
at the court of iloijry iA + try II IL ut 1nuWhtdbleau Foutalno FoutalnoA
A bleau 1 f1u In 1W5 lCI5 by b the Ooiute do Paulte PaulteI 8auUfIWho
I g Mio i o is h said Alt to have 11ft e Invented It for forft foredgy
ft B edgy uy 11 enlist It ILIA La Yolta de Baulto and andf andlime ud udU1
f tit lime name > U suitable both lH lkCQU8U cauno of ofP ofI ofthf
1 P I thf ctjinuloky t 111010 of tho word won and the theL tbecharlchr
L character of the dunce
It eUJOydsl ujivi uJo d < u K great vat < run throughout throughoutif tbrou1boutFrtDN throughout1Fracr
if Franc und Utlt ttn vvu eu pouptrotcd to Scot ScotLkbd Scotra Scot1stid
Lkbd ra 1stid c when h 1t It met with furlong oppo 01l opposl l 1out
I mo out writer ritt r averring rrln that Its It I Inv InvfUtlon 1mJItta Imrttlon
JItta fUtlon tJoo luto France had been effect etTectthe etrtcty
I Ijr the iiowvr of wltcbc ltrb Mary Btu BtuilB 8ture Stuwe
ilB ftece we re cxliltiUvd xlahUt d her ability ftUlt In this thisHBj thS thSbut
HBj e but she ht was wu careful not to toJI rethe re refj
fj Jt She experiment and this was wasptotti walIIt wasp
ptotti p tfee e lat heard hlt of It IttM St StM itlTh
tM lTh M base j M for Umnnny Is that thC thoi thewi
i t > n wi W H tta ta tune apitvarrtl In 1GTQ In ar a avttoi I1u
vttoi 1u r IfIQ mg calla 0 du lleber Uf r An Anjs AuJtom An4P
js > sM4 4P From Jcrwany the danceiMitIi1 dance danceis daDleMwq
iMitIi1 is kaw > H > Mwq WAT y to Vicuna 1 Inoa and was Introtit Intro Introi lotroUte
i tit MM c iMthe Uw t opera > Hra whllo by and by b blit
lit it ft Ms way IT to France beaN It Itpstttt Itte itMtlte
pstttt Mtlte te lhsklt4tbe JCa lt kt 0nbo b JtwiUloui waltz waltzr wll
r 0 IsAs I ItII isji > of elQtrR1lurt Q6nu7 3 rmur broajit up IB IBsi 18Ih ist
< Ih
t Waltz U wheft bfa jmdanM avlt danced lu Loa Loau Lonwa
si vr wa u a stew 1 xetement vemtDt 8 trots trotait trotsliiapw
it awl i rW dr Zxt > RSdtu ta
th Iwwlwrrp > i b8tratss tra trat
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dlfllcult dltt ult to rcnIl7o the commotion Its In Introduction 1J1trO Introduetlml ¬
troduction trO < 1uctlou rnuHwl nuHltlrondon London Globe GlobeIMPROVING GlobeIMPROVING GlobeIMPROVING
IMPROVING HER SKIN SKINOn SKINOue
On Oue Brnrrhrr After AIf r Deantr D T Tell TellEaperJtaee of ofII ofBert
Bert II ij Kxperlrnce KxperlrnceI
It I wish Ilh the papers would outll quit pub pairllshirg publlftliluK publHIIII
llftliluK lHIIII these articles that tell you how howto bowto howto
to 1m m beautiful says 8S a young matron mqtronI
I wu was s fairly content with myself wJ Clf till tillI
I began 16 t read them I had on aver averiiKt averIIJt averngu
iiKt good ood skin klu too but Ive steamed It Itand ItnlllJ Itand
and creamed it and massaged it till tillIts tnlIt8 tillIts
Its a wreck Ive been tor two weeks weekstrying weekstrlug weekstrying
trying a new beautlfler for It Ive Ivebicii 10belll Ivebeen
bicii rubbing tuy face with slices of ofonion i ionlClu
onion It makes your our eyes water wat r and andIt ondIt andIt
It gives sht you an unattractive perfume perfumebut perfumebut perfumerut
but rut the article said It would produce producethe
the soft velvety skin kin of a child and I Ikept IIWIt Ikdqt
kept It up Yesterday my husband husbandrose bus1JandrOKe husbandrose
rose in his wrath4Wlutton wrath wrathWhnton wrathWhnt
Whnton Whnt un earth makes you nib your yourface yourface our ourlace
face with onion be said Wouldnt 4WouldntIImlJurer WouldntUrn Rou1dntlimburger
Urn limburger burger cheese dUe c do for a change changeWhy changeWby changelVhy
Why wouldnt potatoes pot t < Xfl or asparagus asparagusdo
do as well Does It have to be onion onionVIt oolonIt
4 It does 1 amid suldYoull lIla hL hLYoull v vYoull
Youll hove tb show me sold be heLet beLet beLet
Let me see the article that turned your yourbrain yourbrain our ourbra
bra brain In I dont believe It says a11 onions onionsI onionI
I believe b lIevc it says IIn any vegetable you
linpiien to have IIU e In the house bouseTills houseTJIIII houseThis
Tills made me furious und I brought broughtout
out the article What do youtliluk 10U thluk It ItBald Ittlnld itsaid
Bald It didnt nay onions It said cu cuciimliPffl cnCIIIIIII cucuuthers
ciimliPffl CIIIIIII < IfI I knew it was 88 Boiriethlng Boiriethlngyou
you ou put vinegar on Thats how boWl I hap hapjKiiwl haplKuMl hapI
jKiiwl to got mixed After this Im Imgoing ImJoJlJ Imguhrg
going JoJlJ to let my face nee alone alonebat but I Hbant Hbantliear shanthear banthenr
hear the last of that onion beautifier bcuutlflertill
till I dleWnMhlllgton < lleWa hliigton Post PostLANDSCAPE PostLAN PostLANDSCAPE
LANDSCAPE LAN eSCAPE ART ARTJ ARTTlte ARTThe
I J i iThe
The Work of Lw I Notre Notre KnropeM Mont MontKnraous Honmaa Mortamour
amour maa Gardener OnrdenrrAlthough GardentrAIUIOUofl GardenerAlthoUgh
Although Lc Notrcs otrell life I to waR a long longud Ion Ionud longdud
dud ud It i busy one he could con d not po possibly pOtlHIIlIhllt possiblyUttve Hlbly Hlblybuv
buv Uttve > designed dII1t 1 all the gurdeux with withvlilch williwhllh withwhlch
vlilch his name IM l now associated moro moreor inoroor moroor
or less Il correctly c orrt tI The lhellst list is nu astoundlag as astoutulliig ostotllltlluJ
toutulliig one ranging rlln lng as It does from fromAriuijucz tromAIIII1JW fromArauJucz
Ariuijucz and Lit Oninja In Hpaln to toWIlliuluiHholie toWllhehuHbohe toWllhelutshuhe
WIlliuluiHholie and Orunlenbourg Or lllenllourg In Indtiiiiiiiiy 10tIIIIUlr lulertmuty
dtiiiiiiiiy tIIIIUlr from the villas IIII1K Albuul lbaui DOll audPuiuihlll DOlllulllIlII antilruuphtll
Puiuihlll lulllIlII in Homo to Hampton Court Courtand Conrtnml Courtanti
and KitiHlugtoti gardens In England EnglandBut EnglandBut IIIChmdBut
But directly dlrtctl or Indirectly he is I re reNpoiiHlblc rtIIlloIIMlble rtesponslble
NpoiiHlblc tor the spirit of all these de deHlgiis d dflIJOI deslgtu
Hlgiis as o ho rented a school of o tt ttdoor t tdoor tdoor
door art which hllh modified and adapted adaptedto
to unit various conditions l und climates climatesHjircad climatesslrcntl > I IHlirtlul
Hjircad over the clvlllned world and Is Istht IItlm Isthe
the foundation of all the landscape art artof artt
of t today todn It WUH be whr w first released rclcnfledguiilciiH rclen releasedgndcnn ed edJ1I1lhIIH
guiilciiH from rom their me invdfaoval UllC1C inoval eval awed swaddling IIwadIIIIIIJ aweddun ¬
dling dun clothiH widened Idoncd their nurrow nurrowInirthrn nurrowhmthr narrowherders
herders did uway IIWO with their childish childishlUcorutlons childishtllOIltlol1 childishIlconrutiouy
lUcorutlons of fantafltlcnlly nllta tlcally clipped clippedtrttH clllllHtltrl clippedtreys
treys trl und made them instead hlt ud dlgnlllod dlgnlllodpurtH dlgl1l1Jot1ll1lrtH digultiodparts
parts oft u splendid whole To sows sowsItsrph somupeopli owcIlOJlIIhIH
peopli IlOJlIIhIH his gardens do not now seem at attractive attJlltht attlactivu ¬
tractive on account or what IB I called calledtheir cRlledtbllr calledtheir
their severity Hcvi > rlty und cohlnoss but we weiwist thelutist VeUlllllt
iwist rcnuinbor that they tter werp entirely entirelyuiproirlatt el1t1re el1t1rellllrolltlllte entirelynptroprinte
uiproirlatt > to tliu plurw pined fnr which whichtluv wblchttlt whichthIi
tluv ttlt were lire designed IIlldOI t and perfectly fitted Ottedfor fittedfur fittedfor
for their uses and are consequently ar artlHtlcnlly artlHthnll artlstirnily
tlHtlcnlly tlHthnll admirable IIltwlrableUcntrlx Hcatrlx Jones In InBcrlbiutrs In6crlluwrtt inSerlbuurs
SerlbuursCRIMINAL Bcrlbiutrs BcrlbiutrsCRIMINAL 6crlluwrttCRIMINAL
CRIMINAL INSURANCE INSURANCErra INSURANCEnChra INSURANCEReerlrcrr
nChra rra of Stolen Onodti OnodtiCnrrr lanr lanrcrrr Caa11yCarry
Cnrrr oa th the r4tila rutaesr i
Crlniliutl IiiKunuicer I nnld a deter detectlv det dettht detertlve
tlv tlve > I is H the lustiruncu that Jileveo and andlilucklogx nutluI nodblacklcgr
lilucklogx uI tuko out lu case c le of arrest nrrcKtKur arrestIat
Kur Instance III tlllllC you ou are n second tltor story storynun torv torvnum
nun You uiake about fUMK a y year yeartit ar arHie nrIh
tit Ih average Urll t niKHiud tOl1lllltor story mans UIlU1llulOnH income incomeami incomeand
and ymi rnu IIU carry lIIIr > aitlnsurance of = 1000 1000Tor 1000rI 1000Ill
Ill which vt filch you un pay IB th the big premium premiumof premiumyear
of r lJi a year llIr Now o If you are arrest iirrestcd urnltId arresttd
cd the iiHiirunco tI company lUl1I n1lY ntp steps > s fori for forviihl torwlthl
viihl rod liaiulM you uti 110 J 1000 Thus you youan youl1r youare
an l1r ubl able to jjit the best of lawyers for foryour foryuut
your 0111 lofiiim drugsImatters lofiiimUffvivtrs hrIIt4IHtl
Uffvivtrs Htl r of stolen goods are usu usually usually ¬
1111 ally rid and It N tbw men as a nile ntluwho nlluwilli nilewho
who enrry inrr rr on tl tilt > orlmlnal liuuranw liuuranwIIIIMIIIJ htttUrIUlI Insurancebnins
IIIIMIIIJ S I krill know v of n criminal Inuur insururn Inuuruuct InurI1l1l
urn I1l1l IUIIII roiupHiiy nuy lu Philadelphia another anotherIn
In Now V York Y IIrk und a third In St Louis IxiulsThe 101111hl LouisIhn
The 1hl fltllldH pIlrl xilicl > x run from tutu 100 Il i up to 5000ami 5000 5WOtuud 000 00011Uti
ami th rho iniitiuiuM nr It are always ft cnor cnorUIOUH cnotUIUIt unormans
mans Plus 1111 H 1 brs bfiuune hCtuu uuse the tlnujjtT of ofll ofallt ofarnst
allt I Is so Jr11 trrutltesldts t tUllthll
ll Ullthll HiliUs < I tier tla orituluul Insurance con
cans rn 1 Im know of a I curious Uaeuclftl Uaeuclftlonttiulxatlott brueflcialorututlzatluu I
onttiulxatlott Hint In tiuluctctl among atuougtii liwon liwontJl amongthe
tii the crliuliuilH u of lllluolK Each Uch tuew tuewbcr tUWlxr tueuiher
her of the orKHiilxntlou juiys lIR In 1 a avcok IITttk atank
tank aud lu CHK ease t of imprisonment his bisfamily btat hisfamily
family t rtxvhx Iftn f w weekly t kly UN It long as asIlls ashinte1lU ashis
Ills hinte1lU sentence UNtHlAMtUvIlle lasts Iuuisrllle Courier CourierJournal C CourterJourual ur1er ur1erJournlli
Journal
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It Is I amusing ttt It t time ttlll to notice the thoefforts theft theefforts
efforts ft rla which railway rail jKirur 1orh make to toextract toextract toextract
extract tU tipa from rum pawotijconv pawotijconvTbo p paseevtgerrc1he uJh
Tbo following ti took > ok phut nt a 1 large largestation 1ft 1fttntlon largestation
station In the north of KiiglnnJ l A A por porter 14rerr 1wrter ¬
ter bud been attciullnc to th the UUI luggage hwftJrtof KV KVof
of a tourist anti ant not r hlthU1t rtstIT < vt ltiui n ttw th t e ex expected ustCtNl expectod ¬
pected tCtNl donation kuu tlon addre addrosatU add wd tlu Iw > gentle gvutloman iuUman gentleman
man as follows followsIk follow11t1c
Ik 11t1c f eg > ic portion S rdon sir Ir but If any out aakaahttt asks asksvrhnt utiTtUt
vrhnt you OU gave mo what rUiall I tell tellbltnr tellbhn tellbtmr
bltnr bltnrHe bhn btmrlie 1 1lIe
lIe got bb tipr tlp tlprAud > rjoodon onli o Mail tall11Aelasataatt
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MKINLEYS DEATH DEATHHow DEATHRow DEATHdoer
How the he Aerostat Preas Pre PreasWorked Worked to toGet teGrC toGet
Get and Give the NCTYM NCTYMOn MenaOn Wew WewOn
On the afternoon of Sept 0 1001 1001worn 1001worn 1001worn
worn out by a long period of exacting exactinglabor exactJnglabor exactinglabor
labor I set out for Philadelphia with withthe withthe withthe
the purpose of spending a few days at atAtlantic D atAtlantic t tAU
Atlantic AU ntJc City When I reached the theBroad theBroad I
Broad street station in the Quaker Quakeri QunlirrCIt7 QunkerCity
i City I was startled by a number of po policemen 101Icemen poilcemen ¬
licemen crying my name I stepped steppedup
up to one who pointed to a boy with withan withan withan
an urgent message for me President PresidentMcKinley Pre8ldentMcKinley PresidentMcKinley
McKinley had been shot at Buffalo Buffalond puffuloand uaulo uauloanel
and nd my presence was wa required at our ourPhiladelphia ourPhllildclphla ourPhlladelphla i
Philadelphia office at once A mea message meanfe mensage ¬
sage bad been sent to me at Trenton Trentonbat Trentonbut Trentonbut I
but my trun bad left the station pre precisely predel precisely ¬
cisely del two minutes ahead of its ar arrival firrival arrival ¬
rival Handing my baggage to a hotel hotelporter hotelporter hotelporter
porter I jumped Into a cab and dash dashed d dashed Rb Rbed ¬
ed away awa to our office I remained remainedthere remainedthere < 1 1there
there until dawn of the following followingmorning to1low1nlmorning followingmorning
morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The opening pages of the story of ofthe otthe ofthe
the as assasalnntion aft 8 lnntion were ba bntMl Hy written writtenand writtenDnct writtenand
and I ordered a substitute prepared preparedAn prcpare prcpareAn
An Inexperienced reporter stood toot beside besidePresident besideIreftldent besidePresident
President McKinley In the Music ball ballat ballat ballat
at Buffalo when Cxolgosc fired the fa fatal tatAJ fatal ¬
tal shot He seized a neighboring tele teleihoue telephone telephone
phone ihoue and notified our Buffalo corre ¬
spondent and then pulled out the wiresIn wires wiresIn wlrctlin
In order to render the telephone a awreck awreck awreck
wreck so that it was a full nil half hour hourbefore hourb hourbefore
before b torc any additional details could be besecured bosecurelI besecured
secured securedI
I ordered order competent men and expert experttelegraph experttelegraph experttelegraph
telegraph operators from Washington WashingtonAlbany WasblngtonlbollJ Washington4Ibatny
Albany lbollJ New York and Boston to bur burry burry
ry to Buffalo urt lo by the fastest trains trainsAll trainsAll trainsAll
All that night the Buffalo office was waspouring WRIIIourln waspouring
pouring forth a hastily written but butfaithful buttalthtul butfaithful
faithful and complete account of the thetragedy thetmgr thetragedy
tragedy tmgr < ly and by daybreak a relief force forcewas forcewos forcewan
was on the he ground Day 1 > ay by day daythrough dnrtbroulb daythrougty
through the long vigil hell while the presi presidents preslc1cnts presidentsllfe ¬
dents dentsllfe life Ite hung in the balance each eachincident caehIncident eachIncident
incident was truthfully and graphical graphically ¬
ly reported rt > In J n the closing hours of ofthe o oUle oftime
the great tragedy false reports of the thepresidents tbepreRltlrntH thepresldents
presidents death were circulated for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of Influencing the stock stockmarket stoekmarket atockmarket
market and to counteract them Sec Secretary Secretary Secrotary ¬
retary Cortelyou wrote w ote frequent sign signed Ilgned signed ¬
ed statements giving the facts to theAssociated the theAssociated theASloctnted
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lug materials and writing biD History HistoryOf
Of England EnglandNearly EnglandNearly EnglandNearly
Nearly five years of Irvlngs time timewere timewere timewere
were consumed con umlCl In writing The Life of ofGeorge oCGeorge ofGeorge
George Washington WashingtonGibbon WashingtonOlbbon 9 shlngfon shlngfonGibbon
Gibbon devoted over overtwenty oer twenty years of ofhis otbls ofhis
his life to the labor of reading J4 > 8dlnfl for and andwriting anllwriting andwriting
writing the th Decline and Fall FallDickens FallDickens FallDickens
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David Copperfleld that he spent two twoyears tworeare twoyears
years In the composition of that novelBancroft novel novelBancroft novelBnlllrort I
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p his bl History of the United < t States Stateswhich Bta Statest tes teslJleb
t which bleb Is not a history hl torr of the country at atnh atn atall
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streets of Manchester England Theywere They Theywere The TheWIC
were hollowed out tree trunks fitted fittedtogether fittlt1tOjttlwr fittedtogether sl
together BO as to make a wooden condolt con conduit condult ¬
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the style of tho those o of a fishing rod th ththin tho thothin thotblu I
thin cm end of one on trunk being made to tofit tofit t tfit o I
fit Into the thick end of the other It ItIs 1 1Is
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plying Manchester with water was In Inuse InUlit Inuse
use about 200 yean ago and discov discoveries dlscorlrs dlscoverfes ¬
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towns gii u to confirm that view The Theboring Theboring I1J I1Jboring
boring through the wood was about aboutfour aboutfonr abouttour
four Inches In diameter The supply supplyof
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carts on account of the hot time they theygave theYgDe theygave
gave the unfortunates Inside Theirdrivers Their Theirdrivers Theirdrivers
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never civil and always late and theirsizecopied their theirsize theirdzecopled
size dzecopled copied by other vehicles was wassuch walsucb wassuch
such that when they broke down oil oiltraffic niltraffic alltrams
traffic behind was necessitated tostand to tostand tostand
stand stock still on most beastly deepwet deep deepwet deepwet
wet ways till It pleased themto them I to jog jogon Jogon jogon
on During the reign of Charles IIparliament II IIparliament
parliament passed an act concerning concerningthe
the size of carts and wagons with extremely ex extremelr
tremely heavy penalties for Infringe Infringements Intr1Dgements Infringemeats ¬
ments but when the act came to be beapplied beapplted beapplied
applied It was discovered that the mod model mooel model
el prescribed by bylt It was Impracticable tosuch to tosuch toBucb
such an extent eJ nt that the judges gaTe gaTedirections ga gadirectJons gatedirections
directions not to enforce the act actA actA actA
A Brownlns EntgmaElizabeth Bntffmiu BntffmiuElleabeth Enlc EnlcEllubetb
Elizabeth Barrett Browning baa set setquite setquJte setquite
quite a Homeric problem as to theplace the theplace theplace
place of her birth The Encyclopaedia EncyclopaediaBrltannlca EncyclopaooloBritannica EncyclopaediaBritannica
Britannica gives London but the DIe Dictionary DIeUonRry D1eUonnry ¬
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Burn Hall Durham and there is an anentry 00entry anentry
entry In the register regl tcr of Kelloe church churchreferring churchretenini churchreferring
referring to Elizabeth Barrett Moul
ton Barrett daughter and first l1r t child childof childot childof
of Edward Barrett Moulton Barrett of ofCoxhoe otCoxhoe ofCoxhoe
Coxhoe Hall Browning himself how however however however ¬
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at Carlton Hull Durham Now Carlton Carl Carlton Carlton
ton Hall Is in Yorkshire Finally the theauthorities theauthorlttes theauthorities
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