Tuesday May 7th 1889: The unceasing rain may be a coincidence, but Mr. Connell’s unconscious eventide mumblings continue to tend toward the soggy side. Read more here, here, and here.
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Monday May 6th 1889: He bought it for her, but she never played it. He hopes the selling of it will buy him some nepenthean cure. Read more here.
Sunday May 5th 1889: Barely avoiding bruising himself Mr. Dollison separates the two horses who argue often about their relative strength, beauty, and worth. Read more here.
Saturday May 4th 1889: Though he prefers the tightrope, the line he walks between the statues of Flora and Ceres swaying in the wind proves him an able slack line walker as well. Read more here and here.
Friday May 3rd 1889: Among the crowd of disinterested children at Baird’s Opera House, one small lass understands her calling and determines to make her vocation that of thespian. Read more here.
Thursday May 2nd 1889: Mr. Dollison, Mr. Ayers, and Mr. Ricks parade through the streets with feathers in their hats, a fine display of cocks strutting before the gathered masses. Read more here.
Wednesday May 1st 1889: His tearful mutterings of “m’aidez” are met by Powder and the faeries who place a giant hand on his shoulder and gather his tears in miniature buckets, respectively. Read more here, here, and ten days later in Lost Eureka.