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Let The Cloth be Whlto.
BT WILIi CAIlt.TO!.
flo set the table, Mary, an' let the
cloth be white!
The hungry eity children are ooiuln'
' hore to night i
Tlie children from the city, with foa
tarcsplnched an' spare,
Are coiuin1 hero to gt a breath of
Mod's untainted air.
They como from out the dungeons
where they with want were clmln'd
From planes dark an1 dismal, by tears
of sorrow stained;
From where a thousand shadows are
luurdorlng all the light;
Bet well the table, Mary dear, an' let
the cloth be whltol
They ha' not seen the daisies ruade
for the heart's Ixdioof ;
They never heard the ruin drops upon
a oottAge roof I
They do not know the kisses of sephyr
an' of briwie;
They never rambled wild and free be
neath the fovent trees.
The food that they ha' eaten was
spolliM by others' greeib;
Tho very air their lntiirs breathed was
full o' poison sccdH;
Tito very air their souls breathed was
fullo' wrong an' spite;
Go sot the table, Mury dear, an' lft
tho cloth bo-wliito I
The fragrant water-lilies ha' never
smiled at them;
They never picked a wild flower from
Thoy never saw a greensward that
they could safely pass
Unless thoy beeditd well the sign that
suys, ''Keep off the grass."
(tod bless the men and women of uo-
blo brain and heart
Who go down In the folk-swamps and
tuko tho children's part!
Those hungry, cheery children that
keep us In their debt,
And never fail to give usiuorof
pluusure than they gut I
8et well the table, Mary; lot naught
be scaut or small ;
The little ones are coming; have plen
ty for 'em all.
There's uothlng wo should furnish ex
cept the vory best
To those that Jesus looked upon an'
called to him an blesHod.
Fo Th Post.
DT DH. R. ROTtmOCK.
The Battler a store or goods eon
tainod bat few varietios blaok pop
per, nnground, turnips, swoot pota
toes, and bakers broad. Tea dollars
in confederate money for one dollar
in greenback was the general rate of
exouango i and this was obtained
throngh the sistors of oharity. who
visited as, doing nets of kindness to
the suffering, bringing clothos and
food, carrying mosr .gos to oar ofH
cers, prisoner the eity, and bring
ing the reply.
To people bo cleanly we mast
have boon object of disgust Tbe
Tormino, visable upon all 'prisoners
oonld not have been pleasant to re
find persons, unooouetoraed to . snob
miserjr. Oar dirt begrimed, half-
porsons must Hate been re-
olting, yet no word or- look from
I -' . . 1 . 1 9
neuveu sons sisters snowed
inking or disgust. -.
I have seen them bending in pray
orinoflloos of mercy over al
est naked creatures, whom disease
d filth had rendered indescribably
loathsome, never, by word or look,
bowing other fooling than pity, and
making tho object of tboir
8 feel humiliation or shame.
heir kindly address of "My poor
WIJ P fell pleasantly on the ear.
I VAT aaa a
ao imporiumuoa could vox tnom,
adldonoC remombcr of haviog
oard an nttoraooo of impationoe
om thoir lips. I may have been
rejndiood, at first, against these
utors of oharity, bnt certainly their
U were truly - christian, worthy of
tation by all on like occasions.
I have said, gangrone, diur-
and sonrvy raged terribly in
Pi notwithstanding oar Improved
U was aboat tho third week of
Uy at Charleston, I was told
I oorporal Thomas, of my com-
7. whom I have mentioned in
ng pages, lay dyinr, "X found
is brave man lying In the hot eon,
no shelter ot attendant,
W he, I oonld tuive lived to get
me nntoia moorings this man
endured, who once had refased to
purohasa freedom and life as the
price of treason, retaining clearness
of mind until the moment of death.
was bnt one instance among the
daily o warring ia prison.
A yoang soldier, who at one time
had been elork of company I, 78tb
Regt. P. V. died daring the same
week at Charleston. In his last
momonte be continually said, I
should be willing to die if I conld
havo enoogh to eat, and die at
Thus longings for home afld 'food
and thonghts of death were often
bitterly crowded togothon
For convenience in issuing rations,
the prisoners were divided into do
tachmonts of thousands, and then
subdivided into hundreds. There
were sorgoants of thousands an 1 ser-
goanla of hundrods, and a chiof aor
goant ovor tho whole. These di
visions wore to facilitate ' the issno
of rations, and tho sorgeaots wore
soloctod fiom among the prlsonora,
and were often choson by tho pri
Much trouble, first and last, oc-
enrrod in prison from tho robols no-
vor being nblo to count the prison
ers eorrcctly, Wo KOre ofton connl
oJ, bnt with no satisfactory rosults.
Ttiero were, thtonghoat the prison,
so many hungry mon whoso wits
ootuod to sharpen in proportion to
thoir haaeor continaally dovisiog
ways to got "extra food," that it was
not strange that tho rebels frcqnent
ly found themsolves issuing more
rations than thoro woro mon la pri
Ily jadicioas management, Ingon-
ioas Yankees oontrived to belong to
two or more squads, and draw ra
tions for each without oxoiting sus
picion. Upon ono count tho robot
.Sorgeante found thoy bad issnoJ fivo
hnndrod more rations than thore
wore mon in camp i and oven by ex
orcise of tho groatest care in those
countings, they would ofton be
cheated two or throe ' hnndrod ra
tions, through tho doxtority which
prisoners had acquired of shifting
from one squad to another, and in
this way being counted twioo or
tbroo limes, .
Once, whilo endoavoring to count
ns, Colonol I verso n was so bafllad
by tbe tactics, that ho disntissod tho
matter for tho day, good naturodly
declaring that wo woro "hoavy
At last, in dispair of finding ont
tho exact number of Yanks ia any
other manner, they raarohod the
prisoners oat into an opon spaco of
ground, and kopt as standing in line
until coanted i but even hore,
where any cheat seemed cortaio to
become doteotod, and though threat'
enod with punishment if we played
Yankee tricks on them, the men of
the rear rank wore managed in each
a manner that, in oar dotachmont, a
little over nine hundred men, con
trived to count np a thousand.
The officers counting ns mistrust
ed something wrong, and reoountod
as twioewitbout detecting the cheat
bnt expressod bis distrust in a kind
of a stage aside, saying, "Yoa'c
Yanks aro tho doggoodoet follows I
ever did count"
Tho robots in this transaction re
minded me of Cnffoo, who, being
asked by his mastor if he bad count:
ed all tbe pigs, repliod, "yes, massa,
aU'oopt a little speckled one i be
ran'd round so I couldn't bount
him." Thoy never suaceedod to
thoir likiag in making as come out
straight, tho boys would always got
the better of tbe roboln, and very
often ia ways that would be beyond
About this timo Colonol Ivcraou
dotocted lha sutlor in two ofl'onoos ;
first, of roooiving groonbooks iu pay-
moat for goo Ja, a cr raiual ofTenoo ia
the CouforJoraoy, and saoond, charg
lag the prisonors oxorbitaat prioos
Wboronpon bo confiscated the
greenbacks, to bo naod to obtain
comforts for oar sick, and forced
him to conform to the schedule oi
prioos in tho city. Tbe olio wing
wore, with little variation, the prices
ohargod in Confederate money ,
Oread, one dollar per loaf j Sweet
potatoes, ten dollars per bushel.
Three fiat turnips, one dollar t blaok
pepper, tea dollore per or T
inj into consideration t' ' '
MIDDLEBUItG, SNYDER COUNTY,
were laoky enough to have money,
inert were, .nowover, only very
iew for innate ones woo bad manag
ed to conceal money, and get into
prison with it
Those who had been captured
during the summer in tbe vioinitv of
Richmond underwent strict searches.
and were robbed of their monev.
watches, and other valuables by tbe
authorities, who pretended, that
they would again be restored when
thoir Imprisonment was over.
Whatever may have been their In
tentions at the timo. I nevor know of
bat ono instance where such prom
ises wero fulfillod, and that was ia
the case of Colonel Iverson, who
had taken away greenbacks to the
amount of many hundred dollars,
and when the prisooorsworo roleasod
he restored the money.
The great majority of prisoners
had not a cent in tboir pockots, nor
a pockot to pat it in if they had a
cent. To snob tho sale of tho doli
eaoios moulioned was nothing but an
.'f potatoes had sol J for fivo oouts
a bnahel, not moro thun ono man in
uandrodof tho prisoners could
havo porclaaod a peck.
Aftor giving ns bar Mack for a
fow day, raw rations woro IssnoJ ia
prison iu vory small quantities, in
winch tuo robols socmod to havo
adopted a plan to make variety toko
the placo of quantity.
To ba Continual
A Shivering World.
Tbo last startling novloty in tho
way of surpriso which scientists have
iayooted is a machine for moonuring
the shivoring of the world, and thus
another botiof of our inaooout youth
has boon romorsotossly shattorod.
Inatoad of the world being a groat
big, burly, robust sphere i mm-
moth cricket-ball swung oflf through
space from the bnt of timo ia ono
hngo, compact, donso mass the
earth is of a sort of jollyifish impoe
Its skin of soil liko a plate of
blancmange in tho hands of a gen
tloman who loves uacobns not wise
ly but too woll, shakes inoossantly,
Tbe earth, in fact, hoe got the aguo,
and nobody yet knows the caaso.
8o gingerly sasooptiblo, is tho
world to motion, that if a man
standing firmly ptantod on a gravel
bod, npoa two foot, only places his
woight first on ono log andvthuna
the othor, taking care not to disturb
. . .... . '
nis pedal extremities, be causes a
porooptiblo vibration through a
radius of thirty-two foot
Some days the earth is compare
tively speakin?, quiet. It does not
shiver o mnoh. Suddenly the fit
eomes on again, and it shakes away,
as if it had got cold in its very
8o far, therefore, from their being
any wondor whon the ahivoring gets
worse, as in tbe case of earthquake
that buildings fall down, tho marvel
ia that they stand np at all.
In the course ot a few deoadea,
when science becomes more advano
ed, we may learn that the streets
and edifices which wo doom to be
fixtures arq tearing at tbe rate of a
million or so of miles a minuto, and
that all that we deem to .'.be 'mate
rialized solids is imperoeptiblo gas
ourselves nmong the.nambor.
Why are the Germans like
tbey nine and gentian f Uecanae
are two tonios.
The latest style of batter has tra
ces ovor tbe forehead and real Lags
Fruit jams are manufactured in
hrgo quantitios. Jim jams aro solf
maJo ia small lota.
Jinow high can a lady lift hor skirts
with proprioty t Jaet a litUa ovor
An nndertakor may know nothing
ef the soionoe ot pugilism, but he
can lay oat a follow beautifully.
Tbe greatest comfort in old age is
the momory of a well-spent life, al
beit some prefer a bank aooonnk
Ont west a man is eonsiderotf no
body until be has killed a man. In
the East a physician plays a like
A New York woman tsesred a di-
ti r 'rr'-j. Thle b
lf'-t(" t tic?-
As I got beyond Rossvillo, in rid
log ont to the battle-field of Chic
bamaaga. it began to rain, and the
way tbe thunder roared and the
lightning flasbod, and the flood
gates opened, was nppallinff. A far
mer just over the Georgia lu e be k-
onedmoinout of the wet and
there I struck, from one o'clock np
to dark. It was a steady storm.
without a break for a minute, and,
as there wore no sigos of its clear
ing np before midnight, the man
said d better stay all night II
looked that way to mo, too i but it
was a log-house with only ono room
and only two beds for the twelve of
as. There were sis children, some
half-grown, tho farmer and bis wife.
an old woman, a son-la-law, a young
woman and myself. It looked as if
some of ns would have to eland up
to sloop, and along aboat nine
o'clock beiran to cot nervous.
Perhaps the man noticed it for soon
aftor that honr bo said t
"Strnogor, we'll stop out and look
at tho wonther."
Wo went to tbe bnrn, and, aftor a
look at the horeoa, rolurnod ami
found all Uio women la ono bad, aud
the light out.
"Shako off, and jump into t 'othor
bod," whispered tbo man.
I followed directions, and I was
no soooor ia than he followed. Thon
camo the young man, thon the old
one, and thoa throo boys lay across
oar foot tho upper one resting
across my knoos. It was impossi
ble to move or tara t but ia tea
minutes all wore snoring away as if
that was their usual way df goiog to
tied. I board tho old dock etriko
olovon, twelve, ono and two, and
waa unuiiy uozing oil WU00 some
- a t, , . m .
ono opouod the door, walked in, and
bogan to nodross. The noiso ho
made arousod tho farmer, who oaro
fally called out t
"Who's that P
"Oh, Jim, eh t Want to elay all
"Woll, strip of! and pile la between
tho fust two on tbe front thoro 's
only four of ns lying loa'thwiso."
Jim piled ia without anothor word
being said, and was Boon auloop,
and, as I was sliding siiontly out to
finish the night on thofioor, tho fat
uior sleepily quoriod :
"Is that you, Tom J roll oil yer
batos, and slip in hore lota of room'
Some time ago a A"ow Jorsoy man
of soionoe gave the New York Far
mers' Clnb tbe following woatbor
facta and probabilities ;
1. When tbe temperature ZiU
auddonly, there ie a storm forming
south of yon.
wnon tne tomperatora rises
snddonly, there ia a storm forming
north of yon.
8. The wind always blows from a
region of fair weather towards a ro
gion whore a storm is forming.
4. Lirrus clouds always move
from a rogion where a storm is in
progrose towards a region of fair
6. Camulona clouds always move
from a region ot fair weather to
wards a region where aetorm is
0. When cirrns clouds are moving
rapidly from the north or northwest,
there will be rain in less than' twen-ty-four
hours no matter bow ooli it
7. When oirras clouds are moving
rapidly from the sooth or southeast,
thero will bo a cold rain storm on
the morrow, if it be summer i and if
it be wiutor, thoro will ben enow
o. xna wina always bio we in a
oirole around a storm, and, who'a it
blows from tho north,' tbo heaviest
rain is east of yon I, if it blows from
tbe eosf the heaviest rain ia south r
if it blows from the west, the hoevU
est rain is north of yon.
I 'i Jrs av
At a restaurant on a Virginia rail
road a travels threw a piece of pie
out of tlft wiirdow .and bad 'to (;
300 for broaklcj tree rib of a boy
HsdUm k?--f (Iraa'lo'wteJ, tti
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1JA,, OCTOBER 12,
The Power of Artectloit-
Most men are easily led by tboir
wives if affection not harshness
is manifested towards thorn, Thoy
cannot bear tbe least appearance of
slight or of dictation, but are touch
ed end soothed by the appoaraooe of
submission and affection i and it if
thus that strong in her very week-
nees, woman morally conqnors by
stooping. , Hor strongest hold upon
bor husband ia bor love for hiru, and
by its means eho may subduo him
to hor will and pleasure. Hat,
though we thns strongly rooom
mend tho reality and tbe man
testation of affection, though we
plaoe it first among the duties of a
married woman, and among the chiof
roqniaites to matrituouutl felicity, let
us not be misunderstood, Affection
cannot be too warmly displayed by a
wifo, but she must display it to bim,
not at bim. (food breeding and
delicacy alone would require that
fondness should bo sapprossed bo
forn witnossos j aud ostentation
ton.loruojs is nsually thought to bo
anything bat genuino. It cot only
caused bur who laviohus it to bo die-,
liked, but tuakos him upon whom it
.8 luviuboj ridiculous. A wom.m of
tact, or a truly luodeet woman, will
uover make tho mistako of parading
hor lovo in public.
Whon tbo boys of I'okor Valley,
Nov., scut ono of tho boys up to Ne
braska to 11 ud aud biro a proachor ho
had his iustructious, aud bo askod :
"Can you give siuuers right
from tho shouldors 1" Tho clergy
man modostbopliod that ho thought
he could. "Aud do you pluy a fair
game of soven-np t" "-Mercy, no l"
lie was horrified at tho thought
"Woll, 1 didut kuow," ropliod tho
djlugato. "The boys said how if you
played pokor or sovou-up or wanted
to ran a swoat-boArd tho salary
would bo only (500, but if you was
ono of tho sort who squared off at
salvation and bad a claim ia heavou
all staked off aud a shaft goiue down
they'd mako it 8800 aud throw in tho
rent of a cabin. It's a matter of bus
inoa who ns, you see. we are
bound to got hold 'o some one who
can outbowl and outpreach that fel
low at Davis Will if wo havo to go
op to $1,000 a year and furnish him
a mulo and a bar'l of whiskey."
Abundant hair is not a oigu of bo'
dily or mental strongth, tho story of
Sauisou having given risoto the no
tion that bairy men are strong phy
sically, while, the -fact is that tho
Chinees.who are ooei onduring of all
raoos, are moatly bald j and as to tho
supposition that long and thick hair
Is tho sign and tokon of intellectuali
ty, all antiquity, all mad-houses, and
all common observation are against
it Tbe easilywheedled Esau was
hairy. The mighty Croear was bald.
Long-haired men are gen orally weak
and tanatioal, and men with scant
hair are the pbilososopbers and
soldiers and statesmen of the world
Tbat we have not boon guilty ofJ
the loast exaggeration as regards tho
rapid strides of tbe city of Chicago
toward oommoroial power and sn
promacymay be seen by a etatomont
oonta ined in the report of tbe Post
offioo agont who was sent from
Washington city by the Postmaster
General to investigate tbe oondition
of tbe Chicago postal service. This
agent reports tbo astonishing fact
that as a dTst - ibitiug office Chicago,
exceeds iu importance, JVow' York'.
Boston and, Philadelphia combined.
Tbe statement soqrao inorodible, ibid
yot it oomos from an ouluial soaroo.
Tbo rennsylvuuia Kuilron.Cors-
pnny Is about to oouetruoi in tbe
eity of Hullimoro a now general
passonger-eUtion, al a cost of $3-
003,000, similar in arrb'teotare and
internal arrangements to tbe Filbort
street station in Philadelphia, wbiob
is believed fb be the best . in the
oountry. The' OalUraore , station
win jeoeir and aooomuo lata one
hundred and twenty-live daily troios
i . aa9"SfSiB94?WWBSaW,Ha, .
In a Je'-y tf ai-JSri hanjjr,
--.t ue hiiu oi ti Trie
-i clack with a i Jim
trt-U ii oewllsU Leaee
J WINFIELD HAM f 'SELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OMitrevlllo, Hnyih-r Co., Ta
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
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DR. J. Y.SHINDKJ,,
0URUEON AND rilVPICIAN.
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t.t,'. . ' .
Qll MAUAND UOTUROCK,
Frcmonl, Snyder county, Pa.
M n liiii llK. putl tui(l!u
Muron, 17, I .-i. ff.
j J. SMITH,
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Physician St Zurynn,
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Offers hU rruf..fiinkl larvlA.. tnth. .mi.i
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PHYSICIAN AND.SURGf ON.
Vu(rrllit Nnytlr Co., Iu
llleri4il pruttvSlosikl wrvlcot to Ilia iiylilla.
J J. KUKHKI.T,
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PHYSICIAN & SUHCEON,.
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uul sro liable forlhe price of the paper
Mai Arli is -an almost ln
ckscribablo mabdy which
not even the most-Ulcntod
physicians are al)lc to tath
om. Its cause Is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundinrrs, and there la
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria docs not no
cssnrily mean diills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany It o It
often aflccts the sufTcrcr with
poncral lassitude, accom
Ianiod by loss of appctiro,
fil.x?plcssncss, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afllictcd growing wcalc
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he bo
comes a mere skeleton, .1
shadow of liU former sdC
hrA I tijMn li human TranM, ths
dwvl ilia fy.toai it Uinwnofn
to ntrviiu diM'ra. I ha buov
wc: V ami eufcMfl ahaortai av
rAMH.brm'nt, but auWlallna avt
llftclf, 0i oiftatW orana no)
Itirtrrr iorm th4ff ftinclloMf
ilia hwr lirotaaa loroM, ami oahaff
ortfina fiilintt lo Ju thlr itmenai
work , Nttlily bacoma utaonWratW
an 1 ni.aoluUon ami Saaah in 044
In diMition to heing t certain tttrs '
f r m.ilaria ami cliill ami fever.
1:kiwn's Iron Hittcr it highly ;
rceummi'nlcl fur mil lncntc re jui. i
Inj; ! certain and cflicicnt tonic c- '
mitli'nt fevers', want of ictitc,losS -of
tirenpth, hck of energy, Ha. '
I'michcs ths blood, atrenctlicni ti)d .
muscles, an gives nrw life to the
netrrs. Acta like s dmrai on the
(1li;euivc organs. It b for tale by
oil rect:Ule dcolcri in moUiciucaV
.juice, $i per liytUa
- Ba sore and get the gsnuliMr
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PRIVATE SALE OF
THE undersigned ofTere at private
aale, tba (ullowlna: rlraarllanl Una I Kaiatrlo
wit : A Kami altnito In r ranklln tan . Hna.la
' , P. H mil want of tlliltllabnra. oontataa
nftha boat lima atona lanil, wbaraos araarant
ail a kimmI frami. iIi.IIIi.k nonaa, bara, aad ak
arnutballillnica wall of kuI oaUr saar tba
ilonr, iI.iwiok watar nn tba (ara thriving
younK..rrli.r.l of cholea trait traaa Farm la
uIkU ilata ofeultlvatlua. larmaaaay Art.lraaa,
Jtlf tl'll W A (.1 KR,
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Ccntrovillc, Snyder connly, Pa.,
la A ttcnt for I. A NOT . YAUOKIt'rt
iaussi.e; WOK lis,
lo.ato.1 at Mlt'ri.lNliriM, laM All naranna
wl.liln lu imnnro MI'MI MKNT!, TUMI).
KTiiN i-.S. In lol anrtlilna la t'.a Mat'jla Una '
fluHilil not f.-all to oll ob air. Molira-lar an.l aa
atj lr auU L ara prloea, Juaa a. Ki ll.
AGood Salary ! .
aril traviillinieniii nari la ar 41 try aaonaaa
ftil aloainao will ronaivn wsaajiaiiaa with a a.
n miaor .lucb,aDarY aa4 rallablllty aaa
auooavtl. Wa oilar aRirlal lmliiaaaau Imob4
anv otbar Arm. ttoeooaa Mlaa7a riA.
T lai uir MaT aad oob wAiaa. Partaa
culara laralabatl 01 apollaataaa. AwUraa
(wllbiUoiii) ilatloit ana.
i. r, ATTWOopat'o...
Aoa. I, Ira.
and apwarda tnada al kmna tf tl.a inlo'lr'oaa.
II ao, wouaa, aojra an.l wlcla -jatim I r. rairara
lo work lor ua. Now la tba air a, V.m ran
work la ira tlma on If or your wi...la
lima lo tba l.nrlaaaa. y(iB CKavllto al l.ma
wa pMtHiilnaM saw lai.re tKa
&af aW I fal'lki. Ton eaS nnafcr ---a.
.VaVAaWkJ 1 tn.a.ta--;.,.,,
tat am naata.l. Wa will ataaTaaw. 111 .,
ao ino u, awi. nuntaar ma.ia.a will 11a ,
ton B aria aa wall. Nairn, san tail to iua k
aanrtaoat t.a bv iifi.ina 11 .. t- .ti '
truini aai Mriiat rroa. flfon. f nia.ia rati, aaa
IT, aa.l iion.irably. Add rail lull a A Da
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Tombstones. StittMn., Urns, ToAee ' '
, LAMUS.forCliil.lren'sTl ayps,
Potd, UnlrU, Tl.'pt, iUmlU and
' SUUe Ntultli, Ae. 'f
.All thsia aha Saairatoanrofaaa frHnMnoaa .. '
aarltlLgal raanula.'lurad at.ia. alwiaa maa
lloaad otarkla worka, ahoald aonaiilt tl.a asda
xaw., iflvai, vwiora r nrona.ina lu liara.
I. SlI A KN. ilM . -
rzjws'ajaKs. . ..
I will mall (froal ll.a tmvt tut a.ilmo'la ' '
Var4al,la Halm thai kill ratnait TJTr.
frvthlaa. Ptia,laa aud ttlataaiaa, 'Iraalna
lliaikia a.ft, alour and aaatiial 1 alas la.tras-
llum If, uriMltlJ.il ln,a-I.Ml .Bik .. . l -. .
on a bald kaaj or am.mih tntv. Addrara. Ia V.
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TO WUJtATTne.X . ;
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oarad at thai dra4 itl.Mi.a, Ouaiu jiiTtna. ka m
Muod, 'I aaxlv.
lo iBiaha lo a
aiijol JVa. Ta.aH
iia 'virartaa .
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