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THE DAILY HERALD : rLAlTSllOUTD, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MAY U, 1889
The Plattsmouth Daily Herald.
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Mad should be deposited fifteen minute hi
fie the above time to iiiMire dispatch.
J-.y-Lieut. Gov. Jame A. Walkiiu, of
Virginia, n general of the con fetlerato
army under Stonewall Jackson, is out iu
favor of protection, a repeal of the in
ternal revenue system, of .settling tin?
Virginia debt on terms satisfactory to the
creditors, opposed to keeping alive the
race issue, but is wholly without fear
that tlie colored minority will control,
in Virginia, the whole white nnjority.
and, finally, hug no particular expectation
of running for governor, as he is an in
dependent in politics who might not enter
either party. lie voted for a republican I cure.
How people live in New York is a
subject of general interest, and it is fully
treated of, from the lowest hovels to the
palaces on Fifth avenue, in a beautifully
illustrated article in Vemotest's Month
ly Mugizlne for June. It takes you, by
way of illustrations and descriptions,
from the squalor of the o cent lodging
houses, through the various phases of
life to the gorgcoua modern fiats and the
palatial homes of the Attors and Vander-
bilts. Iu this number is found also
."Amusements in Japan," which, differ
ing so radically from our amusements,
are amusing to read about, especially as
the article is so finely illustrated. "How
t form a Club," b "Jenny June " is
necessarily well written, and in a chatty
way gives much good advice. There are
numerous other interesting articles and
amusing stories, and a full pnge water
cIor of "Water Lilies" is wll worth
framing. It is a beautiful number and
will no doubt have an immense sale.
Published by W. Jennings DtMOREST,
15 Kast Hth Street, New York.
What Alls You?
Do you have dull, heavy headache,
obstruction of the nasal passages, dis
charges falling from the head into the
throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and
acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody and putrid; eyes weak,
watery. A'.nd inflamed; ringing iu the ears,
deafness, hacking or coughing to clear
the throat, expectoration of offensive
matter, together with cabs from uicers;
voice changed and nasal twang; breath
offensive; smell and taste impaired; is
there a 6cnsatioi of dizziness, with men
tal depression, a hacking cpujjli and
general debility? If you have all, or
any considerable number of iht4 ymp
to.'jis, you are suffering from Nasal Ca
tarrh, Ths J?iore complicated your dis
ease has become, iJie greater the number
and diversity of symptoms. Thousands
of rases annually, without manifesting
half of the i?bout symptoms, result in
consumption, and red in the grave. No
disease is so common, mom deceptive
and ddng-ous, less understood, or more
unsuccessfully treatfd by physicians.
The manufacturers of Dr. Page's Catarrh
Remedy offer in good faith, a reward of
$500 for a esse of th:s which they cannot
The Remedy is sold by druggists.
for congress at the last election, becaus-
tho democratic candidate would not nn
nouace himself a protectionist. Jle says:
"We propose to send many stauch pru
tectionists to congress from southern
districts, who will not surrender their
convictions on that question to party ex
pediency or caucus dictation, but who
will, ia all other matters, be left free to
act with the party of their choice. U'c
liope by this means to make protection
the fixed policy of the government for
years to com, no matter what party may
come into power, and thereby relieve
manufacturers from the anxiety and
loubt occasioned by constant agitation
of the tariff question. The rapid growth
of manufacturing enterprises in tLe
south makes it to the interest of the m u
uf icturing districts to seek protection;
and the men who are buiidinsr up the
new south will look to their interest, and
while they are not politiciats they will
make protection a paramount issue in all
flections for members of congress"
tit onlv 50 cents,
The Herald Job Rooms are the most
complete in the county.
JllELAXD AND L'llOTECTIOX.
'A tory organ published in Dublin,
called The Union, in speaking of the
attitude Ireland would adept in regard
to the question of protection in the event
of her obtaining home rule, express, s
great fear lest the adoption of the pro
tective pjlicy would injure Scottish and
English industries. "The products of
labor," it says, "in forge and factory,
which now enter freely into Ireland, us
all goods from Ireland enter freely into
Great Britain, would be shut out by pro
Jnbitivc duties. We yield to no one in
our desire to see the country indutri jt;
ly and commercially prosperous, but we
maintain at the same time that this
should not be achieved at the expense of
the rest of the united kingdom, or that
3r. Parnell should have the power put
in his hands to close the Irish markets to
England and Scotland in order that- he
might open them under more favorable
conditions to the United States. -
Translated into plain language this
means that Ireland shall not be granted
the right to mauage her commercial af
fairs because she might adopt the policy
tjt projection, and so interfere with the
prosperity of England. We haye here n
frank confession that free trade is to the
advantage of England. Ireland Las not
profited by it and cannot profit by it. It
lias ruined what industries she had and
compelled her population to depend ul-
rrofcsnor Espy, lUa "Old Storm Kinff."
In 1843 Professor Espy was given a position
m the war department, where he could pur
sue his investigations in atmospherical cur-
routs and disturbances and receive reports
i rum distant points of observation. lie in
stituted a service of daily weather reports,
out of which our present signal service system
has grown ; and on the basis of this entcr-
pKse, as Mrs. Morehead "relates in her book,
l'rofessor Henry once remarked to her that
there was no question in his mind that "Pro
fessor Espy should be reparded as the father
of the present signal service of the United
States, his 'Theory of Storms' having led t,he
way to iu establishment and present success.'
l'rofessor Ilenry added that the charts now-
used in the service were identical with some
modifications) with those that the "Old Storm
Kins" constructed for use in the meteorologi
cal bureau of the war department when he
was at its head.
A similar acknowledgment was made to
"Irs. Morehead by Gen. Myer. Professor
E.-py was for several years a regent of the
Smithsonian institute, and was brought into
close relations and friendship with Professor
Deary. On the occasion of his death Profes
sor Bache pronounced his eulogy in the board
of regents, and the regents passed the custom
ary resolutioiis in honor of his memory. One
of these resolutions describes him as "ono of
tiia most useful and zealous of the meteorolo
gists co-operating with the institution, 'whoso
labors in both tho increase and diiiusion of
knowledge of meteorology have merited the
Li.;hest honors of science at home, and have
added to tho reputation of our country
alroad." Popular Science ilouthly.
"Profitable Employment' Frand.
There U an inn sasingl y large class of oper-
utois who live aud was fat on money ob
tained by hoMin.; out fraudulent prospects
of permanent and profitable employment.
It is a heartless swindle, its victims being
mostly honest, w-ell meaning persons who can
ill spare the sums thus wheedled from them.
The circulars and advertisements of some of
these sharks are got up in a stylo to deceive
the very elect. A party in the province of
Quebec forwards one which he received.
It is in tho form of a carefully drawn docu
ment, with broad seals appended. The party
of tho first part (tho sender) purports to con
tract for threo years' services of the person
to whom it is sent, the rate of comjieiisation
being liberal at first, and increasing yeurly.
Tho traveling expenses, to tho extent of $4 a
dav. are aho to be provided for. The service
to be rendered is to sell books and ink.
At first glance this looks like an offer of
honorable and profitable employment. Cut
it is specially stipulated that the party of the
second part (the agent) shall within a speci
fied time after tho receipt of the circulars
send $5 "ns payment for the samples.' There
are many other schemes of similar character,
boiuo of them even moro enticing. One of
them offers largo pay for merely tacking up
cards and posters in ono s own vicinity, and
going over tha ground .with a horse and
buggy often enough to replace damaged
cards But tho prerequisite is that the person
to be so employed shall send four dollars, and
afterward testimonials from two residents of
his own county iu favor of the articles adver
tised. The country is flooded with tho circu
lars and advertisements of these schemes.
If ono person In fifty who receive them were
given employment at tho salaries named, it
would require a surplus larger than that in
the United State-j treasury to pay them. It
is easy to compute the chunccs cacl one has
of finding tho promised employment-- Amer
ican Agriculturist. .
Home and Mother.
A yciuug French soldier lay as if dying in a
hospital at Geneva, h'uc ajray in h's native
village in Brittany was an old father'over V0,
a mother and a sister. As he lay there one
day, he told a comrade that he would dearly
like tQ see his old father once more. A letter
was written to the family, end his father
started at once. Arrived at 'Geneva after
many difficulties, ho hastened to his son, who
expressed tho satisfaction ho felt in seeing
him before he died. "Ah, uof'said the old
man, "you must not die. Courago, lad! 1
have brought money, and will buy everything
you need." But the youth protested that he
had everything ho needed now, and that all
sorts of things were brought to tempt his ap
petite, but ho could not touch them.
Tho poor father fyss ouito discouraged at
the weary aud wasted boy, and feared he had
only corn6 to tako his dead oho hom$. Then,
all at once, lc occurred to him to draw from
his knapsack one of tho common loaves of rye
bread, such as are eaten by tho peasants of
Brittany. "Here, my son, take this; it was
made by your mathsr!" The sick lad turned
his heavy "eyes, and stretched out his hand
greedily, crying, "Give it to me, father; I nm
hungry I" A3 l! Rt? his eyes lighted up, the
blood came back to his iki.fi, an1 jargo tears
rolled down his cheeks, as he saiil, "It's. so
goodl so good! tho bread from my home!"
From that time he began to recover, and fif
teen days later was able to start on the home
ward ioui.6y. All tho way ho repeated.
"When shall I get "there, 5fa'her.9 I may always
eat from our good black bread,' made by my
mother?" Swiss Ahnanac.
America in Asia.
After long and diligent search in a queer,
d irk, second hand booth kept by a swarthy
Mongol, I was reworded by the diseoverj' of
a product of Anioncan ccnius that partly
Vitisfied my patriotism and served as a tangi-
b!o proof that New England marks the time
to which all humanity keeps step. It was an
c!.l second hand clock, mado in Providence.
n. I., the battered and somewhat grimy face
of which 6till bore in capital letters the
characteristic American legend, "Thirty
Ilour Joker." Mongolia might know nothing
of American- literature or of American maga
zines, but it had made the acquaintance of
tha American clock; and although this par
tk-ular piec3 of mechanism had lost its hands,
its "Thirty Hour Joker" was a sufficiently
pointed allusion to the national characteristic
to satisfy tuo most ardent patriotism.
An American joker does not need hands to
point out the merits of LU jokes, and this mu
tilated New tJigland clock, with its empty
key hole eyes and its battered but still hu
morous visage, seemed to leer at mo out of
tbt darkness of that queer eld second hand
shop as if to say, " ou may come to Siberia,
you may explore longolia, but you can't get
away from tho American joker. I was a
little disappointed not to find in this bazar
some representative masterpiece of American
literature, but I was moro than satisfied a
tbort timo afterward when I discovered in a
stiil wilder and moro remote part of the
Trans-Baikal a copy cf Mark Twain's "Life
nean Has Philosophy.
A small boy haying returned from a bean
bag party where sides were chosen and the
bean bags passed rapidly from hand to hand,
gave the followiug account of it:
"You see, Jim, in this Jcind of a bean bag
you play for your side, an' you've jest got to
win. Fust of all, when you stand up, don'l
git rattled. Keep eooL
"Then tako tho bean bag from the f !k:
that passes it to you an' hold on to it. Ei
you drap it, you loses. Aft?r you git yer
grip, pass it like lightnin' to the U6xt one an
leggo'. It s jes' ez necessary to know v lu
to leggo as it is to git a good holt.
"If a gal stan's next to you an' keeps a
sayin' 'Not so fasti' an' draps the bags every
second, you can't say much, cos she's a gal;
but if it's a boy that's spiliu' all tho chances
jes' sass him an' make him play l ight or else
quit the business.
"Of course, if 3-ou're lucky enough to dror
a prize, j-ou air barred out from drorin'
ag m; but you ought to work jes' ez hard
after you git a prize as you do afore. Don't
cheat, but jes' hustlo them bags to win."
Bad Manner in Society.
How ruthlessly rude some people are in the
matter of interrupting conversations. One
may bo enjoying a very interesting talk,
when ono of these will rush in with, "Oh, 1
I want to introduce Mr. So-and-So;" or "1
am dying to hear what the true story is
about the thingamies." Once on a time
there was an understanding that a happy
moment was to bo waited for before inter
ruptions of this kind; but now every one
seems so eager, so hurried, so unreposeful,
that they pounce upon ono tho very moment
that it occurs to them to do so. London
The Good in II ot Milk.
Few know tho value of hot milk not
scalding, but boiling hot. It is wonderfully
re vi ring if a littlo fatigued or chilly from a
long drive. Taken at bed time it often se
cures to a restless, nervous person immediate
aud comfcrtablo sleep, .aud for an early
waker, if taken before too long awake, will
secure another restful nap. It is, too, more
nourishing and more easily digested by tho
weak stomach of an invalid than if given
cold, and is good alike for young and old.
84.' Diuhl Jos.
8". Hank of Cass county.
C. Ueesou, A. res.
20. " " office."
2. Bennett, L. D. store.
45. " " res.
4. Bonner stables.
71. Brown, W. L. office.
88. " " res.
87. B.illou, O. H. res.
7.. " " oflice.
8. B. & 31. tel. oflice.
30. B. & M. round house.
18. Blake, John saloon.
G'J. Bitch, A. grocery.
51. Campbell, D. A. res.
Cl. Chapman, S. 31. res.
22. City hotel.
13. Clark, T. coal oilice,
25. Clerk district court.
C8. . Connor, J. A. res.
5., County Clerks office.
20. Co veil, Polk & Beeson, office.
74. Cox, J. H, ns.
82. Craig, J. M. res.
70. Critchfk-ld, Bird re?,
ill. Cummins & Son, lumberyard.
V.h " J. C farm.
57 Cook, Dr. office.
17. Clark, A. grocery store.
Clark, Byron office.
Cummins, Dr. Ed., office.
District court oVic'e,
Dovey & Son, store.
Dovey, Mrs. George res.
Emmor;s, J. II. 1).-. oflice and res.
First National b ink.
Fricke, F G. A-Co., drugstore.
uieasiii), joiui iiS.
)ci jnr. H. drug store.
lladley, dray and express.
Holmes, C. 31., res.
Hatt &, Co., meat maiket.
Heiuple ev Troop, store.
Hall, Dr. J. II., office.
Holmes. C. 31., livery stable.
Hail & Craig, agricultural imp.
Jones, W. D., stable.
Johnson Bros., hardware store.
Johnson, Mrs. J. F., millinery.
Johnson, J. F.? res.
Klein, Joseph, res.
kraus, P., ri ultand confectionery
Livingston, Dr. T. P., office.
Livingston, Dr. R. R., office.
3Iauager Waterman Opera Housi
ilcCourt, F, store.
ilcAIaken, ' II- C., res.
Murphy. M. B., store.
Murphy, 31. B., res.
Mc3Iakcp4 ice office.
Minor, J. L., res.
Moore,L.A., res. and floral garden
Neville, Wm., res.
Olliver fc Ramges. meat market
Olliver & Ranige slaughter house.
Pub. Tel. Station.
Palmer . II. E. res
Petersen Bros., meatmarket.
Petersen, "ft., res.
Polk, 31. D., res.
Patterson, J. 31., res.
Riddle ho' se.
Schildknecht, Dr. office.
Shipman, DrvA. office.
" " res.
Showalter, W, C. office.
Siggins, Dr. E. L. res.
Streight, O. 31. stable.
Smith, O. P. drug store.
Skinner & Ritchie, abstract and
Sherman, C. W, office.
Todd, Ammi res.f
Troop & Ilemple, store.
Thomas. J. W. Summit Garden.
Water Works, office.
Water works, pump house.
Wangh, S. res.
Weber, Wm. saloon.
Weckbach & Co., store.
Weckbach, J. V., res.
Western Union Telegraph office.
White, F. E., res.
Windham, R. B., office.
Windham & Davies, law office.
Wise, Will, res.
Withers, Dr. A. T., res.
Young, J. P.. store.
S. BuzzELii, 3Ianager.
HAS THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK OF
In the city, which ho is ofl'ering at Prices that will inako tliciu
A complete line of Window Curtains at a sacrifice. Picture
1 ranics in great variety, ion can get everything yon need
Yon can huy it on the installment plan, pay so much each
month ami you will soon have a line turnifhed house
and hardly realize the cost. Call nnd 6ee.
I- DP El L nxZ 3T,
SIXTH STREET, BET. MAIN AND VINE, rj.ATTMiOUl II, M B.
iaii tuiiCiietaiJ wcs uu sa i3u 1
ALL THE NEW
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL, FOR
DELIVERED BY CARRIERS
TO ANY PAUT OP THE CITY
OIR, SE STT B"5T UVEIX.
TLubscrilbe For 3Tfc
Thu Daily and Wkekly Hkkald is the best Ad vertising Medium in Cass county,
because it reaches the largest number ot people. Ad vertibing rate '
made known on application. If you have property to
rent or s.ll it will be to your interest to ad
vertise in the IlEitAl.D.
IT1 WIlEa M1?
3B 1ST. 1 I
PnATTSMOUTH. - NKBKAstvA.
CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN, - $50,CC0
Authorized Capital, $l0O,OO0.
n:i tha !tf iasissinni" en-1 a Riissi.in translation
most exclusively upon me cuuiyaiiou 01 1 of rjt HartV3 "LucU of Roaring Camp."
the soil. I George Kennan in TLa Century.
The tory journnl from which we quote
tells us that Ireland must not be benefit
ed at the expense of the rest of the united
kingdom. But if protection is as injur
The Chinese Hunk.
In its simplest form, tho bunk is merely a
wooden surfaco supported by four legs. The
poorest peoplo cover it with tightly stretched
ious to the countries that adopt it, as the I clean matting. Tho rich use the same form,
free traders assert it is, how can Scotland j
and England sufferby Ireland adopting
ihat policy? This is a question that we
should like to have ansjered in a satis
factory manner by free traders.
If home rule is to be a reality, and not
a shun. Ireland ouzht to be allowed to
but carvo tho legs and edges into a thousand
tnd oao delightful shapes, and cover the mat
ting with rugs and mats until it becomes a
couch worthy of ancient Rome.
It is a lied that needs no making up, that
never squeaks or breaks down, is never dis
arranged, and can be kept exquisitely clean
v. ith the least amount of labor. Upon it the
mandarin and dairnio lie and read, chtt, sleep,
manage her affairs with a view to her
a.lrintaw Tf the maioritv of the :noko and enjoy li.a. It rests without heat
Irish nation believe in protection the ing the Ualy. It insusceptible of any amoiyit
fact that the continuation of free trade is f admat. Id a simimer pavniou it may
for En-land's interest ought not to st.nd w a craf ot (h'ht bani aad.
a or c.uniBuu " tar;, truth m a drawing room it may bs r.11
t? way or me F'.',llT""r cL.-vut carvel r.Tair id jtbooy with royai
a policy I'lat Will opouuu itisu imuuuim I robes. V.H Ji Fa
Falcs in Tha Home Makec.
The V.gz in Hairlressiu.
A correspondent writes in regard to "taking
care of tho hair: "Experience has taught me
that it is best to keep all oils or grease from
the hair. Don't let barbers oil it. I find
wetting with water best. At least once a
week rub the yelk of an egg, or half of it,
well into the hair and scalp, aud rinse of
tDorouguiy witn tepm water, rt.wiu pro-
mote growth and color, probably largely due
to the sulphur in the egg. 1 his course has
started a new growth of hair with me, no:
very "thick, but better than none at alL"
City xece (in tears) Oh, aunt, I'm in the
greatest affliction .'
Country Aunt What's up?
City Niece Oh, I wish I could express mv
self! . . ,
Country Aunt Goshl you city girls beat
mel What do you want to express yourself
tori Take a train if you want to co anv
where. The Epoch.
Room for Improvement,
There is scarcely u position in which any
.nan can In: J himself where ho cannot dis
cover Komtj ueeessitv for an uiventible im
provement. In our homes, our stores, our
treet.-. our parks, our carriages; in our
.'hurdies, theatres, public halls; in all places
where we work or recreate there are condi
tions or things that neU improvements.
ITBIO LODGE NO. 84. A. O. U. W. Meets
- every aliernat Kriday evening at K. 1 i
hall. Transient brothers are resuectfully in-
v iff. 1 f fHi tend. F. P. Brown. Master orl-
m STn :G B.KMnster. Foreman : V. H.Steimker
Overseer; W. II. Millar, Financier; J. V.
Ilousewortli. Recorder : P. J Morgan. Receiv
er; Wm. erehan. Guide ; Win. Ludwig, Inside
.V atoh : L. Olsen, Outside Watca.
1CT 7.ION (lOMMAN'DARV. NO. 5. K. T
dl Meets first and third Wednesday night of
each month at Mason's hall. Visiting brother
ire cordially luvited to meet witn us.
Wm. Hays. Kec. F. E. Whitk. E. O.
McCONIHIE POST 45 G. A. R.
M. A. Drcresov ..('ommander.
Be.nj II fm pl. b.- Senior vice "
3. Carriuax Junior " "
tp-.o. -nii.ks Adjutant.
A. Shipmax Surg.
liZNRV STKK1GHT W. M.
a. Taksch Ofllcerof the Day.
Jamks Hicksox, " " uard
akdkrsox C. Fby.. ..Quarter Master Sergt.
b. O. Cubtih ..Post Chplaiu
Veetina Saturday evening
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OFTRAQE
President Robt. B Windham
1st Vice President A II. Todd
2nd Vice President Wm Neville
Secretary F- Herrmann
Treasurer F. K, Guthnian
J. C. Richev. e. E. White, J C. Patterson,
J. A. Conner, B. Elson, C. V. Sherman, F. dorr
der, J. V. Weckbach.
JRASK CAUiiDTU. JOS. . CONSOK,
W. U. OlTSUIXa. Cael.i-r.
Frank Carruth J. A. Corinor. P. It. Gut birsnn
J. W.Johnson. Henry Bowk, John O'Keele,
W. D. Merriam, Wm. Weteccauip, W.
Transact a General Ilwikinjr Business AI
who have any Banking business to transact
ar invited to ca.ll. No matter h
large or small tlie transaction, it
will receive our careful attention,
and we promise alway cour
Issues Certifloates of Deposits bearint; lntpr"?i
Buys and sell Foreign Exchange. County
and Citv securities.
OF PLArf3MOUTH. NKBKASKA,
Offers tho very best facilities for the prompt
transaction of legitimate
Stocks, Bonds. Gold, Government and I net!
securities Kouirnt ana soia , ueposits receive
ed and interest allowed on time Certifi
cates, Drafts drawn, available iu any
part of the United States and all
the pilncipal towns of
Biink of Cass County
Cor. Main and Fifth Sis., Plattsmt uth.
?. 1 L Ul CAPITAL no oon
hl Kl'l-CS or, oo,
";rI,MI!l-K T resident
hHh.it Gokiikk Vice President
J. M. Pattkuso.y 1'antiier
Jas. l'A'nF.)!si.v, jit Ass't Cashier
('. TI. P:nnt-lp. .1. M. Pattersoi. Fred Corrter
A General Ba? lm Easiness Transacted
ccoiints Solicited. lnteret allowed ;n time
rti-nnsits. and protnpr. xttrniion given to all
business unrated to its ere.
BUSINESS I) J RECTORY.
" r-s. . , .
8. F. TIIomas
Attnriiet -at-Law and N'o'ary Public
Fnzfera:d Block. Platnotitli. Neb."
1 A. X. Birn.f v i w
Attorney-at-baw. Wll. e,v proVipt Attention
to a.l bin-iiifss Intrust e.l to blin. onve iS
Inton Block. Kast side. Plattsinouth. Neb.
I'HRTS. WOIII k iPTTi
Staple and Fancy f;roCres, Glass
Collections made & promptly retr.Ute.'
f r QOrcn A MONTH can bemarfe
C O H 0-'" woiiuiji for us. Agpuu
referrel who can furnUh a horsi and fcive
ilieir whole time to fie busines. Spare umin
ent-in iy lie prtiliiablv enipioyel al-m. a ftrtr
vwearcies in t 'wns mid t'iti B. F. JOIIN
- N & CO. . low MHiu-st.. Kiclmiond. Va.
y. IS. P'eane aiate aye and liw-niess erper
Highest market nrtees paid fer County War-
State atd County Bonds.
John R. Clark,
fence. Arer tniml about tending Uxmp fur re- , Joejr kitokAIO.
ply. B. r. J. k Co. President.
D. Hak 'worth
F. V. White.
The 5th St. Merchant Tailor
Keeps a H;ll Line or
Foreign & Domestic Goods.
Consult Your rntere.t bv Giving Htm
lomy0caattnUon l l B"ne.s Entru.t-
t, , XOTARV OPFICR.
Better Facilities for makim Farm lxai.s tkaa
I'laltsmoufh, - . Kelraba
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