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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1888)
PLA'ITaMO.UTii WKJiJvJ.a .rt6r.tttJ. i HlJ Kb! A Y -MA.Y R, IS.
FARM AND GARDEN.
OF INTEREST ALIKE TO MARKET
GARDENERS AND FARMERS.
All About llio Cnlilii;a Caterpillar AVorm
mid HiitlerHy, with It-in-dlo for All
the Dlfleicnt Worm Ttiat Infest Ch1
Tho cubba.! worm is a garden Ttst that
makes it.s visitations felt iu many sections
of tho country. Thoro aro several varie
ties of this pest. Tlio one illustrated in
the cut id numbered with tlio more famil
iar ones. This species has u wide range,
and about the last of May numerous speci
mens may be seen over cabbage, radish or
turnip beds or patches of mustard, where
on tho under Bide of the loaves they de
posit their eggs. In about ten days tho
caterpillars are hatched. Iu about three
weeks more they have attained their full
growth, which is aliout an inch and a half
long. These worms, being green, aro not
readily distinguished from the loaves on
which they live. They eat indiscrimi
nately any part of tho leaf.
CATEnPILLAU WOliM AND BCTTEr.FLY.
Of tho numerous remedies that have
Leen suggested and tried for the cabbage
worm since it first began to spread ovei
tho country and to play havoc with oui
cabbage fields, few, if any, have given en
tiro satisfaction. It is, however, safe tc
say that tho most satisfactory remedj
t litis far discovered is iu the use of pyro
thrum. The general experience with thit
insecticide is most favorable, and as higli
authority as Professor Riley unhesitat
ingly recommends it for all the different
worms affecting the leaves of our cabbage
Some have found hot water very effect
ive on a large scale. Living plants will
bear without injury, for a few seconds,
water hot enough to kill soft bodied in
sects. The water should be at tho tem
perature of about 1G0 dogs, when it
reaches the plants. It will cool somewhat
during application, and allowanco should
be made for this. The pyrethrum is,
however, advised, and there is no reason
why every. fanner should not use it, for it
or buhacli, which is practically the same,
is now very generally for sale throughout
One Way of Removing Fence rosts.
Prairie Parmer gives tho following de
scription, with illustration, of a single
device for pulling fence posts:
DEVICE FOB PULLING FENCE POSTS.
"Take a two by eight inch plank, four
feet long, and a log chain. Set the plank
on the ground at a slant of about 43 dogs.,
with top end against the post; fasten the
chain around the foot of the post, and
then pass chain over the top of the plank.
Ilitch on the team and see how easily they
will pull out a post. To save time, I gen
erally drive the wagon close to tho row of
posts, fastening the chain to the hind
axle, close to the round nearest to the
posts, and load them into tho wagon as
fast as pulled. I like the idea of farmers
frivintr such simple wavs of savin? time."
TIMOTHY AND RED CLOVER.
Timely Hints About the Two Great For
aj;e Crops of the Country.
Timothy may properly be placed at tho
head of all the meadow plants for produc
ing hay of the finest quality. It is peren
nial in character, and when well estab
lished lasts several years without the ne
cessity o plowing up and reseeding. Tim
othy, however, is not a good pasture
grass, from the fact that it will not bear
close cropping as well as many others.
Its chief excellence consists in its pro
duction of hay of the purest and finest
quality for all general purposes, and espe
cially for horses, in which it has no rival.
"Wherever timothy flourishes it is uni
versally preferred for hay and sells for the
Timothy is best adapted to a partially
moist peaty or chiyey soil, and does not
thrive so well on light, sandy lands.
When sown alone half a bushel of seed to
the acre is the rule; it may be sown in
either spring or fall, but autumn sowing
is the more common practice. It is ad
vised to sow seed not more than one vear
A good way to test the vitality of the
seed is to sprinkles some on a hot fire
shovel, when, if it mostly burns up with
out a lively popping it should bo rejected.
Another good way to test not only timothy
seed, but the seed of other grasses, is to
sow a little in a box of fine earth ami keep
it warm and damp a few doys until their
character is determined. Growing the
crop for its seed is quite common in the
western states, and Chicago is the leading
Although red clover is not, strictly
sreakiug, a grass, no true grass is en
titled to a higher rank unless it be
timothy; and, indeed, if we were wholly re
stricted to the use of only one of the two.
it would be a difficult matter to say whicl
tho country could best spare. The great
vilue of clever as a nmnurial plant and
renovator of worn out soils fully makes
nr. for imv deficiency it may nave as nay
for Lot ses. For cattle, c: pecially cow s in
miik. where its dusty character is not
especially objectionable, it is usually pre
fp.rr.xl to timothy.
Botanists claim that there are more
than 100 species of clover, but In this
country only a few are cultivated, and of
theso tho common red clover (trifolitim
pratense) is the sjecics must generally in
use, and for general purposes is the best
of all. It is easily grown on every prop
erly drained soil. Soils too much ex
hausted or too poor to afford clover its
nutriment naturally, with tho addition of
a dressing of barnyard manure to give it
a foot hold, will, by its persistent use, bo
brought up to a condition of fertility, be
yond any that can Ik; obtained from sow
ing any of the natural grasses.
In furnishing vegetable mold and
chauging hard, compact soils for tho
better, rod clover is wholly unexcelled.
It is one of the most important crops for
soiling on account of its rapid, early
growth and the large amount of excellent
green food grown on an acre.
Care must be observed when pasturing
red clover while wet with dew or rain, as
cattle are likely to eat enough of it to
cause bloating, which not unfrequontly
results in the death of the animal. It is,
in fact, unsafe at any time to turn cattle
when hungry into a largo growth of
clover and permit them to eat their fill.
Of course when it lias become partially
cropped, and tho cattle are accustomed
to it, they may bo allowed to graze at
will. Red clover is not really a pasture
plant, and its best results are realized by
soiling or cutting for hay and seed. A
very usual plan is to sow clover in tho
spring, using lrom u to pounds or
seed to the acr, according as the soil may
bo loam or clay.
Clover ought to be cut as soon as tho
blossoms assume a brownish huo and the
swain should lie until well wilted, when
it must be turned over, but not scattered
or i-preau, ana when suitjeientiy dry be
taken to the barn. Clover is more liable
to be damaged by rain than is either
timothy or red top, hence care should be
observed to protect it from storms.
Half a bushel of salt, to tho ton of hay
is often sown upon the mow, when clover
is housed in a green state. Its proper
place in the order of value as a farm pro
duct is generally thought to bo between
timothy and bluo grass. Clover seed
when kept undamaged will retahi its
vitality for many years.
Considered at a Farmer's Institute.
The black knot on cherry and plum
Uve: was shown to be a fungus disease
penetrating the bark. The only safe
remedy is to cut it ofi! and then rub the
spot affected with turpentine. The to
mato rot was also declared to be a fungus,
tie? preventive being sulphur powder.
Col. P. D. Curtis spoke upon pigs as a
dairy and fruit farm necessity, and how
to feed then lean, lie advocated a radi
cal change, and said it was a mistake to
think it impossible to keep pigs without
corn. Corn is the farmer's ideal of every
thing, and it is all wrong. Pigs ought to
be led but twice a day, to give time for
rest and an opportunity for digestion. The
food should be strongly impregnated
with phosphate nitrogen. Peed them
with meals, turn them into rye fields,
put them in clover fields and apple orch
ards that is nitrogenous food. Follow
t;p with sweet cornstalks and sorghum.
Tho best quality of pork is made out of
apples alone. He pictured the difference
between the effects of carbonaceous and
nitrogenous food, and such a pig could be
fed so long on com as to be starved to
Dr. J. S. Woodward addressed the farm
ers upon "Nitrogen, Potash and Phos
phoric Acid." lie said the air was the
great storehouse of nitrogen; another
source was the coal fields. He described
tho anmioniacal liquor of the gas facto
ries, and said it was one of the best forms
of nitrogenous manure. Potash is found
in plants in the mines of Germany. Phos
phoric acid builds up the frames of ani
mals, and is found iu the bones of ani
mals. It also exists in the slag of iron
furnace.?, in natural deposits iu the south,
along the St. Lawrence and in the Can
The Yellow Transparent Aj-ple.
Ill the following cut is represented the
form of the yellow transparent apple,
which is now considered, by some of our
loading pomologists an altogether de
sirable fruit, and one well adapted to a
wide range of country. The geueral ap
pear.mce of this apple resembles that a-:
the Early Harvest; it is handsome and
YELLOW TTCAXSPAitEXT APPLE.
Mr. E. A. Riehl claims in Orchard and
Garden the.t the yellow transparent apple
is entirely hardy, or to use his exact
words, "is ironclad both in summer and
winter." He has found it to bor young
and almost overabundantly, P.nd thinks it
less subject to the attacks of the codling
moth than some other sorts.
II. G. Head, president of tho Interna
tional Range association, disputes there
port that the loss of range cattle the past
winter reached f0 per cent. He asserts
that cattle in Colorado, Texas, Xew Mex
ico, Indi.in territory Wyoming and n
p.irtion of Arizona were never in better
condition at this season of the year.
Col. Curtis avers that good pork, with
fat and lean evenly distributed, can be
made by feeding the pigs on turnips.
A bill has been introduced in tho Xew
York legislature fixing a lxiunty of two
cents per head for English sparrows.
In the ordinary conditions of town work
and stable management, it has been ob
served that the wail cf a healthy foot
grows down from the coronet at u rate of
al-out one-quarter of an inch per month,
end that tho entire wail of a medium
sized hoof has been regenerated in from
nice to twelve months, j
CHARGED ON THE STRIKCSS.
A "Q" Train Wrecked rt the Chica
go Stock Yard3.
CntCAoo, Mnyo. A Uurlington freight
train was badly wrecked at a Lite hour
tonight at the j-ttck yards. Circumstau
ccs point to the belief that it whs the
work of the strikers or their sympathizer!.
Tlio engine ami two car had passed
when some unknown miscreant threw the
switch and the next fifteen cars were im
mediately derailed and piled up in a
hopeless wreck in thes ilitch. As the
switch vhs thrown a mun near the rear
of the train threw a tie on tho track,
wrecking the last three cava. At the same
time a car of "dope" material of a highly
intlamable nature, used for oiling whee ls,
which was in the center of the train, was
set on fire. Fire engines responded to tin
alarm and the flames were confined to
the original car. The wrecltod train is
strung along the track for nearly half a
Soon after the wreck occurred polhv
men found the conductor of the train,
Junius A. Edwards, lying uear the track
badly bruised and nearly insensible.
When revived lie mud three men had
boarded his caboose near the last cross
ing and attacked him. He was beaten
over the head with some instrument, and
his valuables taken. Physicians think
he cannot live owing to internal injuries.
Daniel Ilannan, a Chicago fc Atlantic
engineer, was found lurking in the vicin
ity by the police and arrested for carry
ing concealed weapons. The crew of
tho wrecked train was made up entirely
of new men who had been working since
the strike began.
Tho Jackcon Election Ofaos.
Washington-, I). (., May :. The Sen
ate subcommittee on judiciary bus re
sumed the investigation of the Jackson
(Miss. ) election outrage, and four new
witnesses have thus been examined.
Today L. F. Montgomery, one of the
witnesses for the defense', acknowledged
that lie was the captain of the; White
League, an I that there were sixty or sev
enty members in the orgauizntion. He
stated that John II. Martin, editor of tho
JTtc 3Iiti.sfjjn'an, who was shot at Jack
son yesterday was the. author of the. "n-d
circular" to the young men of Jackson.
This circular, he said, was read ami
adopteel by the White League, ami that
the White League was organized especi
ally to hang Julius Alien, a colored po
liceman, and Alex Jackson, anothe r e-ol-ored
man. However, they didn't hang
them, but they continued their meetings.
The witness stated that a meeting of the
League was held at 4 o'clock on the
morning of the election, but that no
hangings were found necessary. The
witness corroborated in m-.nly every par
ticular the testimony of IJeamount. the
door-keeper, who was examined some
Ed. Fitzgerald, a postal clerk in the
railway mail service, corroborated the
testimony of Moutgemery and Beaumont
and a third witness admitted the truth or
the statements made; by the precediivr
Mr. Manship, the fourth witness, was
before the committee only a few minutes
his testimony being found unimportant.
Tomorrow Mayor Win. Iletiiy, o!
Jackson, and cx-CongresFiuin E.hel
Ilarksclale of Mississippi, will be ex
amined. Tho Law Against Bull Fighting
City of Mexico via El Paso, Tex.,
May 3. As bull fights have been abol
ished in the states of Guanajuato. Micho
acan, Hidalgo and Guerrero, ths Federal
Congress is being urged b tho newspa
pers with considerable earnestness to per
suade a similar course as regards this city
and the whole of t'ic Federal district.
Attic ugh the members tf congress from
Guanoriijuato united in a letter of con
grat ubitions to the governeor and Legis
latr.rcs when their state suppressed this
cruel sport, no member iias attempted to
put a similar law through congress. To
day Mr. Alfero Chavers, who was presi
dent of congress that month, and who is
mi of the ni st influential members of
that boil ", stated that he felt positive
tli.tt no law for the suppression of bitli
tights would be parsed by t lie present
congre-s, whose la'mrs will end tin ring
the present month. It is believed that
the new congress, which will assen.bl
next Septa.nber, will pass the desireu
iaw, for it cannot be supposed that Ik
national representatives can remain in
different to public opinion much longer.
THE ISTHMUS I5AILP.OAD.
It is stated that Lord Gosfonl. repre
senting a syndicate of English r-ipitaiir-t-s.
tins afternoon signed a cot.tra- t v, i;h th -Department
of Public Works forth.- con
struction of the railroad l ng since com
menced across the Isthmus id Tchuan
tap c It is hoped that the road will be
the highway for trade and travel between
the East and the A Vest.
Nov.' is yc Ki' chnee to j: t a watch.
o:i::g t;s y, j r' y Ca-h snl sci ibc is to
the Daily Hi:i:ai.i, ;.ml have a good
Englb-h Sp Yin Liniment removes all
Hard. Soft or Calloused lumps :.m
lilcmi.-l'.rs from In -i ses, D'ood Spavin.
Cnibs. Slii:ts, Sweeney, St l.'cs. Sprain.?.
Pink Eye. Cough r.i.-d. etc. Save ; '".0
bv use of one bottle. Evb; v bottle war
ranted by F. j. Fure-KE & Co..
Druirgists, l-lattsiiiouth, Neb.
A CNOWY EVENING.
one v. ItV Mi'i l.l 'ria;: hand draws Fintl
T:;" eoviviiiK Tip'ai a dead calm la"'
K eiiliu !?' i:! f.n e n lu-r""t in l ai-e'r v. 3
Tl i! latest F,:a e; ul Wf'i I. use puia can trace:
o Ih.vcm v. Si.i u i-H!! white pull doth hid
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Is warr.-1.1 ii :! to; t '!- 1 .'..1 -;.!!.,
for, so if ii. doc. s lift : '.e.-e yst.r c i ugh
you can Call at our -tore and tic no iiey
Will be refui'd-a to J.-.-.t. It s:;s:l
talleoudy O'.i ail : J f i (f '. h. s.t-l!l,
there by h'n i.i x no ol n siU. ). 1'.
Smith Co., 1)i tiggi-! s. j'i.Viimdi'i'v
A mil I:.-r " !cS it:i. i
"Vho is th.il ii looking x:av.:::;i ov?r !
'That is my wife. s:r."
'I in I '! ! ! -I i - re is i,;y c U'l, sir, l"i l tlo j
most s;:. i -.- .. ii i divorce lavvy..r in t;;o .
city." Town T's h;-,. j
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Vv'e will pay 'he above reward f r any
Case uf liver c s s s' s i ' , d ' . ; . -: , si "k
headache, imligcsiion. coia-tipation or
cost ivene.-s catmot cine with
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fail to g'u e s.; ;.-! I '. Is":' 1 si
contairdng t; : ..'. . ; t ii!-. . j
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and briiti for ;s -eel isi' 'i!::ge. mid gniti
tnevaesi.iii, ii' t:.-ed ;:loiio, oi-Av j'uniy
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on th" J.r.ng--. l)b-od ai.d V.t : it !.
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fr.o CuZr.vc-r ror!trcr,'i fl is .
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r,ro t:d:ir;g th- ir l5ivl: j-f'I :-t tie'' world
front xuidor t!io mother hen's wings, tie
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e-v.'.ii v. : . i - 1 ti: i lie ; to tl
ii. ss wnii an empty s::'u:; 1 his ?lto wid
slugs' ove r the b: s,-i!; the cmpt ' ; iTlcr
leU through iiodiiiig. nor d-ies it catch
nny thing, b;it sh;;!-:cn tlm.-s over 1 1 1
diiit.''!;!::..? r.ost"' v:V:l 1 e an f fiiodcion.s
ch.'irr.i cgnin t ;dl hawk- v o: lie r 1 in: -cf
nv: 'Di-ni sli t', r .'luick chickens 'il
l:o too sjiryt rl-e coVcii!" Eli Shspald
in 'xLo C'o.m".! ;psii'Sei.
Its!;. Trii.ie .-.rd Scitchrs of
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ford.'s S.init'o-r Ltdi-r.i. A sure cure a;.d
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First La-.v a r 1 h.-M-d that Brassl'ront had
k stop I. is argument ye-sttrua'. They saj
the .iii'le stmt him tip-
Second l.a ever ,t ese.ctl"; oe.Iy eon
fined hf:n to facts. Tid iiitu.
Cucidon's Airn.ra i-alve.
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s!; iaj'il .es. Tiie on'rag is believed
tu Inve been t!i'' result of rec.-nt jiro-"-01
ii.is by M i'iiiitai'k of 1. loletoss ,,f Sh
li.j-.io: lo.a n -e laws, fds. of .everal u'ang-:
o! t hie v and several bu; o'..ars. Fi .iiil.
ie, !:!:'i' .:S a!'ri.sl-ai this ei llill:i' lli'iul
s'i '"."eie:;. ! v. ,s :i ve noiiiotis halt r of
-' .;!i give il S .:.tlil. tie.! i-
w.; :.; d by tie' j v-eire l-e-n of this
:. to ' e i.i. :';.) ! 1 , i s ns I ."1 y ,11 ly
ca !i - c 1 1 - to the 1 ) e. : I v i f i. 1: . I.i .
St . ! id' Oiiio, ci;y of do.
1 .ti-.-as i iiniily, ss.
Fi auk .!. Cheney inak"s oath that he is
!h" si iiior "i; tii''r of tie? (turn of F. .1.
(.'in :i.'v os Co., doinc: business- intiif;ci;.v
T'.'. i 1. C -'eiy :ir. -t'lte nf-Ti said, ami
i a a' :: ': 1 :i I , i-l will ;y I ii- ;-niii uf li.Xli
! 1 1 ' N i ) i : ! i ; ) lX'f.F.K' for onh and
cyerv c-is of ('atari li thai, cannot b"
MS',i Io' t-!ie toe (' !'.'.;. i,'s Cat Aiiun
( :::!:. ' FIIANK J. CiiFisV.
;-'.,-.a,iai to before lie' and sldi-ciibed in
:ny ; sa a r. 'e, 1 his .;: !i ! ? of life, mber,
A. ;. A. '.v. :r.!:.v--'::,
; ' : ' ,1 .-. 1 ; ii (',:. ' - t.-kt u i 'tcrn-dlv
;;ie, a.-;, eii, -sliy ' :i '. ie: !'',)! ; n 1
to ;;.: :;:;,,( 0i tii'- sy-i, ni. St tid lor
t: ;:s .a:ia'-. i'ree. F. .!. 'm-iM-.Y e.. ( '-.,
: C '- -id by :n.:g -ii-? er.ts
- Any ine si-ndii'ir lis 1 i i : . 1 ;iii-clii-.
I- '.'i i- V.'i.Li.v 1 1 i : i : .-1 i, we w'Al give
th ;a ;m ii' in : il vt r -..--itch.
; 'it . I i :., v..e 1 s 's.-! i ui'.i: a --vie '. : '.
- , - I!.- tri d i T v -1 1 i.F.'d iar
c. a r -r-e-:i.'S 1 ;:,., ,y ... v.-.,:-.- -.
'i.'rt ; i'edts ,-i i, i i , - .1 . il id 1 1 - i -. Hit V i it
!;- i-ti.ing and v.e- s mt.-ibi.- .-'. . p. i'is
,:!!' l:i:"':' Sora ; a . , - :" Mesi'i !: t- j
! u.li.si- ; I : t.-ii Mill lias ia.it ; ,
1 of iiie (ii-- , -c. eie ol ! ,; 11 lis dv I
: eii e; eat -a lit (-ei i to d- iie-t v. hat is ia' e.
til i o
it. Trial f:
: Sr c eoa-r. ,1 yi,
lid lis thirtv sea- i
ii 3 n '3 v 3 Ho.' Yo u -f i .
ii : Ch- .! - F -te ',.,;. Cisy
C ,., low., t-lis th ' -.v, in j; renvii k-ib't-'
, . ii- : s of ,.'. !. : ! ; - v, . -ched f--r
by . i. r -i-s is - ;f !, toe. u: ' I am ,Y,
ve rs.' i: have been troubled ui:ii kol
11 V COiiijlhliilt lOiU i.TIK'll'-rS it"' la o.v
ve. e-: coedd no" ore--; mys' 1 f witii-.';!
Inlp. ow T am ff-c from nil pain and
s-.-r -n and am abbe to do isr oven
h - .;',;. I o-vo l-ey ;,:ro'.- to Ti: r
tr'e Hi'ti i's f.ar liaviirif ici:ewc:l v,y y nth.
rai : moved completely :dl d'.seas" and
), :" Try a bot:!e, ol'o. ,'.. :ij :.f p
fi. F.-i iF" e. Co.'s dru z s!-e---. 4
'I'.; - so ;, s of death's :,, I , sUsl er ' VI-
h-.t n; ; u. r- ;-!s Fe fr st di-ue;,-- si' t : : r
throat aeel kino;- th.m a.ey other. It i
oro'ssd.'s that everyone, witho'it ('
tioo. r- ci'ives va.-t niiiidr-rs of T.;b. la-k-(ieriiis
inti the system and win re tie
j'r::is f .11 u: on sf.il d-le sod th y s'. -n
ti;e throat a;;. 1 if udow- d t.) f.;,'i'.;: i
rnv ies tif-y xtemi to th-; h;n plods
MV; ("';. n -Ml,! t ; ! :.:ei -
i:m; Cats a. X - v ,ei t!
a:;-: if uUow-.l to c s tk.
d a!:. Ai tie , s
Children Cry for Pitchers Castcria.
. , . ,. . .
TT'jcs iht vt-j a. Cid :, he crir.I krC-'.-.r-i,
V.-'. -n Sj n-.-e-iee" X;.- ghc ciun- to CHo.orU,
io ..;., p "avtLei-'iCartow
Sia Tried cnti
A le.-t'liii;- cheaiut of Ney York.
.i!:' " No plaster of such merit n
iheAtli-lo-pho-ros l'histerb Itavcevrr
before been prodileed." ' liey uro
a imvePy because they nre nut inadu
f.imjdy to m II cheap, they arc tlio
best thai eielice, skill and muiirjr
run u.diiee, anil will do what IK
.homed for tliein. For Kpniiin,
a.licH, weakness, lameness, tic,
they are ui.el'ial .1.
Hn riith-iiKt .f:(iidi:liv.O.,NiV.2l.'(tT '
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l . "..i- ii is !..' I ev-r tru.l mid 1
1, . ... iiv., , i.nev IoihIm. our lrnt.flt
,:,l .it.-rc in-.' all bIm.iiI tli- mum- " hill
J , ,, iSI I lim I. iii.w. 1 ii-minsl ii i y "nil
ii .1 -In. uia. r in July, and it hmi ls-n
l-iiielul mint.', but it .l H Hot I'"'" lnw t
;,!.,,,. .Mrx. ii.MS Mauu i-
ZJ SiM.d '. . . ills f .r the iK iiutifid fiiloivd I'lc
t ni-.., ' MiHin.-h Maiden."
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tit ol ijcction.
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