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Chapter 24: Association in the Tribune office. Accessions to the corps the course of the Tribune-Horace Greeley in Ohio the Rochester knockings the mediums at Mr. Greeley's house Jenny Lind goes to see them her behavior woman's Rights Convention the Tribune Association the hireling system. But the Tribune held on its strong, triumphant way. Circulation, ever on the increase; advertisements, from twenty to twenty-six columns daily; supplements, three, four, and five times a
y, could throw no light on the tortuous and difficult path of human life, nor cast any trustworthy gleams into the future.
During the stay of the mediums at his house, they were visited by a host of distinguished persons, and, among others, by Jenny Lind, whose behavior on the occasion was not exactly what the devotees of that vocalist would expect.
At the request of her manager, Mr. Greeley called upon the Nightingale at the Union Hotel, and, in the course of his visit, fell into conversati