But there came to me in Tampico a man named Flannagan, who said he
was manager of "The Flannagan and Imperial Itinerant Exhibition," a
company composed of three Japanese performers, a tin-type man from
New England, and a trick dog who was thoughtful and spotted.
Flannagan said he wanted to go far, far from Tampico, because, he
says, "Thim Tampican peons ain't seen tin cints apiece since they
sold their souls," he says, "at that price," he says, "to the divil
that presides over loafers." I told him I was going to Rosalia in
Guadaloupe which had a local system of entertainment already, and
he says, "Guadaloupe!" he says, "Rosalia!
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