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NEVER met him till to-day. We upon my floor there lies his sole baggage
sat talking at the dinner table when -a fishing kit.
"Sing me a chantey, shipmate, for the CHICAGO
“I'd like to see ye, shipmate," came a old days' sake," I ask him, and he rises voice unknown to me.
slowly. His breath is short and wheezy. *AR-FAMED is THE
He had started to walk to me from his voice quavers; but his shoulders DRAKE and its splendid
many miles away, taking rides as they hunch, his old hands grip and haul. location on the restful shores were offered.
“Ranzo was no sailor, of Lake Michigan. Charming The page almost touching his nose, he
Ranzo, boys, Ranzo!" views from every window ..
sits reading behind my chair. His sight He sings a topsail to the masthead. .... Exceedingly popular is
is almost gone.
His left leg is out- The missis looks in from the kitchen. The Terrace, where summer
stretched. When he rises, it will be some He sits on my doorstep, tying a Spanguests find joy in lunching,
moments ere he can walk without pain. ish bowline, a masthead knot, the sheet dining, and dancing to en
His leg is swollen to nearly twice its and carrick bends. trancing music.
natural size, wide white scars from knee “You ought to rig a mast, shipmate,
he answers me, “Wake at eight bells, and The table is set again. He is hungry. maybe when the wind shifts, shipmate.'
"Shipmate," said he when I found him His face is close against the pages of at the street corner where he awaited me, the “Everlasting Mercy,” held in a shaky "I've got to tell ye. I'm flat."
hand on the back of which is the little I said, "Tarpaulin muster!”
blue anchor. Under THE BLACKSTONE Management You know what a tarpaulin muster is,
“Don't want to bother ye, shipmate. don't you? A sailor has a dime. Two Just wanted to see ye.” sailors have a nickel.
It is night. He sleeps upon my couch. He tells my wife how to make cracker Ship bells are silent. Sea winds are still. hash, dandy funk, dogsbody, and strike- Three days are gone, and he is gone to me-blind. When, forgetting the last, cook for a farm-hand crew; to make she refers to it as "smack-in-the-face, johnny-cake and bergoo, to fry sow-belly he leans back in his chair and chuckles.
and to boil beans. “That's a good one, shipmate," says he. One day I took him to the library. He talks of ship's pork coming green
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Wooden Ships," his eyes shone. Finding in it, and of moon-bows in the mists of Cutty Sark pictured, he leapt to his feet far-away seas. We feel a dent in his
with an excited cry. head, where a mate once struck him with
I watched him about the street corner. a belaying-pin.
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wave a hand. Rob Roy, and Cutty Sark, in the days
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