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. MONDAY. DECEMHliR 21.1S01
Westekn Sii.VATOKi have, been
recognized in t)m makintr up of
cummitlecH. i ; .". .
The Oirtll'.il News. announces
Jude NfVile', of North Platte as a
candidate . -for conirret from the
(Sixth) ff.-m' distriet
Goveknok KUHKU-Jm his article
in the,, November Forum on the
Binifieance (if the late MasHa
cluim-lta election, concludes that
the iiiaiiufacturerH 'jfave him mip
port bi-caiwe he favored the admis-
nion of free raw material. The na
tional democratic parly in more
hostile to that policy than i the
At the clout; of 1 a t week's legis
lation Speaker Crisp lendcreil K. f
Mill the second place on the wan
and meann committee, which he
promptly and curtljf declined.
Mills could hardly be expected to
do otherwiHe. Ife has been the
leader of the free trade policy in
the hoiife for years, and hh chair
man of the waytt and means com
ruittee irv the Fiftieth coinjrew he
framed a bill that was mippoeed to
represent the m-ntimeiiM of the
democratic party. Mr. Mill wan
aHsiired that the party would
adhere to "tarilf reform" ait outlined
ia the bill. Hut with the election
of Crip the party practically
abandoned the free trade crtifade
and adopted an entirely different
course. Mr. Mill in declining to
take second place, tendered, from
all appearances, simply ait a matter
of respect, signifies his belief in the
policy for which he hag labored all
thee yearn, and indicated his
unswerving fidelitj to the cautte.
1 FROM A DEMOCRATIC STAN D-
In reading over our country dem
ocratic exchanges, we have yet to
nee a complimentary notice of
President Harrison nieaapge.
Every question with which he
deals, it matters not how ably, is
held tip to ridicule- The following
able impartial andhonest commen t
of the New York Sun would be inte
resting reading for these contracted
specimens of journalism:
The capital feature in the report
of the secretary of state is the ac
count of the uses to which the re
cijnocity clauses of the M'Kinley
net have already been put, and of
the larger result, to In- expected.
We have heretofore referred in
these columns to the substantial
advantages which will occur to
our producers of food staples and
to Our manufacturers when the
agreement with Spain respecting
the conditions of our trade with
her West Indian dependencies shall
go completely into effect, which
will not be until July 1, 1W.
Material benefits have been secured
by similar arrangement for partial
reciprocity between the United
States and lir.uil; and the fact that
S:in Domingo has made corres
ponding concessions may cause
the development of a considerable
trade with that i -j.iil.il io. It is
understood that negotiations have
been undertaken fur the purpose of
obtaining like facilities for trade
with several other South American
and Out Ml American states, and
we infer from the president's mes
sage that more than one new field
of commerce will presently be
opened. There- are certain coun
tries on this "continent, as, for in
stance, Mexico, Venezuela and
Peru, with which a free Interchange
of many products niay reasonably
beTooked.for. If the prospect seems
less, bright in the directions of
Chill, the Argentine Confederation,
and the United States of Columbia,
it is because the latter company is
still in some degree tied to France
by the lingering hope of seeing the
Panama Canal completed while the
two former republics are too de
pendent upon England, commer
cially anil financially, to accept the
overtures of the United States.'
It should interest those Amer
icans who have been swift to credit
o present hour
ntiago or of any
ers during the
lias been pre
Chilian civil war
sented to our federalovcrrment.
Noteworthy also !.J the in nn;'tion
that the new Chilian government
has not ventured to deny Use right
of asylum asserted for the Amer
ican legation by Minister Kgati on
behalf of Halmacediat refugees.
To the outrages perpetrated in
Valparaiso on sailors wearing the
uniform of the United States the
president's inessatre refers with in
dignution.and expresses a dignified
regret that the Chilian government
should have replied in an offensive
tone to the protest of the state
department. Significant is the
turtner statement that, unless a
more seemly and satisfactory
answer to our remoustraiicc is soon
recei ved, the matter will be pressed
on the immediate attention of con
gress by a special message. It is,
indeed, high time that the insolence
of the Chilians should be fittinirlv
rebuked, and that thev should be
taught their true position with re
spect to this republic. Nothing
could be more groundless than the
notion that we must put up with
the insult and injury from a petty
state lest we should expose our sea
ports to bombardment from Chilian
ironclads. There are plenty of
armored vessels of a high class to
be bought in Europe, and, if con
gress should authorize. their
purchase, Ihey could be brought
across the Atlantic long before a
Liiuiaii vessel could reach our
Ou the whole, we believe that no
one can read the report of the state
department without a gratifyin
conviction that our foreign rela
tions are in firm, capable and palri
otic hands. New York Sun.
THE SONG OF THE FARM.
Tic rrplw tlit pP from th whrt at mora.
Tti !iMli)Wi tt,t we o'er tbe waving corn
Am! Ilmilivlilllitpnnni.1 V., Ulll
Tb huary oWl ore hart who tree arc bnt.
ajuu ins ciursr noun wuer tua Iioneybet
Cry. "Conn to the eradlc of calm oonlcntl
tome Mother Nature at home on a farm!
'Ure are biiiowe of meadow Loae ware are
Tbejr perfume the air; here are mountain of
Here are Utile w1nti loot uponocraciiof wtieat.
acq DQTieTui4 eulpwTerk4 In boUyWk
Here le peaoe lo the air and a ami la In the i y.
And neTor a fear of deception or harm.
From tbe carea and tbe wuea of a city life f y
loom jiouer nature, wno Urea on a farm! '
And to the old tnr.f from the cherry tree tope
And arbore where Bacchus might gather a
From eld faehUraed eparrowt that lira to
A.J . I. .V - Jt, , ... ...
" uit mr or an in meiiinf atreet.
From the bare and the line and theaenUnel err
rt k, i . . . .
tue cc, wi iiinu cianon Doaee no
Rlura out to the cltr folk trer and ky.
vAuia iwa k uhu rial ore: ana uvea on t
farm;" -New York World.
Abeat Becetottf ClfU.
niRT be divided into thinn that we went
and thing that wo don't want. It tain
no particular skill or grace to receiv
things that we want, but as, in times of
Keneral irivina. like Chriotimui. thvhim-r
part of the jrifts we get are things that
we aim t want, that branch or receiver
shin il Worth Httelltji The t
ca.ry iosa f.r not wanting things are
toe vnixar one that they do nut strike m
as intrinsically dt-sirubl. and the mora
complex reason that w dn't wsnt to r
eeive idem rrura the iiarticular giver. A
gf-neral r-lii,-'ly Btnlieabletu n-inctunrpa
due to either of these caunes U to keep
siretinouMy in the nund the kajijunesa of
the givt-r in giving.
hememberinfc? tliat, von are .lehVhW
ith a trifle frora scmo cca rr.n l..v..
even paesively instrutJieutal in proctiring
bin: tha h.-.j.plie of giving; applying the
e.iuie prineijili), yoa can accept ever so
costly a gift from some one for whom
you care little without any irksome senis)
of obligation, trim! of course the gi ver
had the best of it any way, and it is a
great deal kinder and more generous to
sacrifice one's persoual inclinations and
accept, than to refuse. Remember per
sistently that by receiving with due gmrs
you secure to another person a desirable
form of happinefls. Kcribner's.
A Fanaona Tree Dretrnjed.
The famons oitk under which Tasto U
supposed to have spent the greater part
of the day during the laot ymr of hi
life, when he hal retired to the convent
of Sant Onofrio, was blown down, it it
sftid, during a violent g:ile recently. The
tree, which all visitors to Rome nnl to
visit, was kept standing for years by
supports of masonry on all sides. The
trunk, it is reported, will be kept as
relic in the convent of Bant Onofrio.
The develomnent of
Industry has been so great, and the
many articles now made from it are so
useful, that it ha sunnlanted the famnne
olive tree product in majority of
KW'tric heailliilitji of ahont ? r.fVl
die power are now in general use on the
railroad In Indiana. They are very fa-
voraoiy sjniken or by engineers.
In nailing on heels by the uw of ma
chinery one man and a hoy enn hee.1 30
pairs of slus-s per day. It would rwjuire
five ej..n to do lliis by ban 1.
... M.i,.-. 1. ,,
''.tl, H'.lt l-n I:
l .h.-t IWI tllil
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I vt r i.. I i.- -i! ii.-s fi.it
Mie w.if K.,t a wi,iw tarly an j ,lt.Vutoil
beriKlf to ttw, educution of her sons and
the sUward.-hip of their patermd prop
erties, which under her management
were increased to fortunes. Though. o
well endowed with the money uinking
faculty, she was a person of a generoca
uiriwsumu aim given to hofpitiility.
SHjCuuiiue was reputed tlie hand
somest girl in Alsace. As an old woman
he was more than handsome. The pure
vubuncv i-ruiuiiifuf aua me re of the
kindeht. nntakt-flt inrl mntt ... i
of eyes imaginable was never quenched
so long as life remained. The son must
have had her in his head, na ha .i,,
bered her in her younger days, when he
wa ssetcning tne umign of the statue
of "Liberty EnliidiU-nini? ih wmi.i
- ' a "
It was her idea that Liberty should not
oe en paie ue guimanve, hut of a grave
and severe astiect. Liliertv wa th
of all conditions, she used to say, for
mose wno were severe npon themselves
ad the wont for the self bul
One never saw a trace of self righteous
uarsnnesa in me old iiy. tihe was very
indulgent toward the erring; but that
gw. ane sant, csme with the wido ex
penunce of old age. It was a source of
enjoyment to her to drive to the I.-de of
Swans, in the Seine, and look at the ro
duced copy which wan set up there a few
years ago or me lamou statue which
now eUiiile at the entrance of New V ork
hurlxir. One of her sayings was, "Do
not repress badness; crowd it out with
goou mufts." i,nilon Truth.
A Pari, ranille Storr.
"Every travel.-r who stotrt at Pnrie
lodging house," laughed a woman the
miier day, -has a candle ftory, and here
l( mine: We were served with two
cnndli-s every morning, which we never
half used un: these would be tuln ,.)
however, and fresh ones aiits ar in tlu-ir
places. Knowing th.it we were being
inargea ior every caudle we determined
at leant toeniov added ilhimination n1
my hiinband listed around for a place to
nine mem uanng the Ua;ly doing up of
uie npartmenL On the top shelf of a
cabinet arrangement in a corner stood a
large Japanese vase, wide and deep. Up
to tuts .nr. chmls-d, to discover that
we had een forestalled, for in its cnrnu
emus nonow we round w.-venbori can
dies, every one burned down perhaps an
".Some former Mirer hail retente.1
the candle swindle like ourselves, aud
had pnt his daily allowance whertt ft
would do the proprietor no g'sxl. Tlmt
nigni a bniliantilliiiiiiniitionof nineteen
ciuidles, each set in it own greawt on
the marble top table, gave us something
Lke light. During our stay we hid and
accumulated candles, so that w l,,t
always enough to read by, and when we
leiiwe deposited our overstock ia the
vase for the benefit of some aeurrl,inr
succoesor." New York Times.
The Eli(ioes of Chlea.
The three ereat reliirions of Phina am
Confucianism, buddhism and Taouiiia.
The bnlk of the people are Buddhists
rather than Confncianibta, and there are
millions of infidel. The tomb of Con
fuctu is at Mecca, for many of the Chi
nese, aud thev make niiimma. tn It
Confucianism i more a philosophy than
a reugion. it contain many of the beau
ties Which WJ SUDOoae to be) rirnm'vl
the pnipertie of Christianity. The
gun ieu rule in negative form was an.
GUnriaUd bv Colifuciun. ami aa a avatm
of morality it is beautiful The Taou.sta
nave more snpernuuons than tbe Con
fucianiHta. Tbev beiran ahont th eem
time as Confucius, their preacher being
one iaon-1 bze.
The aUte rriirion. in connection with
which all thes religions come in, is the
worship or the emperor, who is the son
of heaven and the prophet. nrit at,1
king of the people. He wort.hins for
thein In the temiiles at Tekin Ul,en
the great Temple of Heaven was burned
down a shudder- ran down the SfJO.OOO.flOO
spine of the great Chinese nation. It was
thought that this was a warning from
heaven that the emperor should be de-po-d.
Frink O. Carpenter in Kational
R'SK'nC Itters from Lordueu
"Ever since I waa abnutd " it a volt
known New Yorker, "I have been pes
tered with all sort e of begging letters.
They are mostly from the managers of
Kiiglisb charitable iruOUutious of vari
ous (h-ecript ions, though some are from
private individuals. The former inclose
a variety of printed matter illustrating
the piu puree) and work of the institution.
The latter are abject appeals of appar
ently professional begging letter writers,
with which London abounds. I was
talking with friend about It and he
said he had the aaine experience for
nbont two years after he bad built a fine
hone her, a description of which and
his wealth got into tbe local papers. He
was deluged with begging letters from
almost every capital in Europe aud es
pecially from London.
"'i 9 ms tx-ople are the worst and most
pemintent beggars in the worhL Fancy
au American mailing beggiug letter to
Londoners! I suppose there uiunt be
money in it or they wonldn't do it."
New York Herald.
The Intelligent foreigner i highly
amnsed at the Indiscriminate way iu
which Englndi aodieuce use this word,
regardlua of the number and sex of the
performer whom they wih to applaud.
A tenor is, of course, bravo; but
prima donna is brava. More than one
male artint can only lie bravi, and if
there are more ladies than one on the
stage, and no man is to be Included In
the applause, they sbr.uld be hailed as
brave at leant according to Italian
grammar. Notes and (jnerie.
The art of lomrevitv. all the world
over, i a regular life, temperate in All
tilings, with alMunIanee of pnre air aud
water, and freedom from anxiety, cure
I a 1,4 ax FWicrer inmi
ivi-r I -il years; had it
. a . ,r x
i iii.n t o ior i t'
very liHtl, couldf hardly breathe.
Some my lit I cmfkl not HU-cp and
had to walk the lkilSr. I purchaeed
1 1 v 1 (.rt-ani iiulm mXd am iihiiilt it
fi'iely, it is) working iicuie eurcly.
I have advmcd eevcr.tl fricndM to
line it, and with happy rennlte iu
every cane. It is U uiediciue
above all other fur ca'rrh, and it
in worth its weight in , uf I thank
IjO1 1 tiave found a icmctlv I can
im with safety uud that iIiVh all
that ia claimed for it Jt in curing
mi' .1... .(.. H W tiuu-.- III.H
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PLACES OK WORSHIP.
Catholic St. rul"e Church, ak. botweca
Filth and Hulh. Kalln-r i'amey, 1'imtnr
H-ivii-ei: utat anil 1 ' a. M. Bulidiiy
HcIhk'I at 1 :M, with bi-ucUicllon.
t'HRliTlAy. Corner bocmt sad KU'hth Bts,
M-mcen innriiiiiK anil tvenieK. Kider A.
Uul uway paelor. Sunday Biliool 10 a. M.
Episcopal. Ht. I.ukc'i Church, comer Third
and Inc. He?. U II. Buruees. pasliir. Ker-vli-e
-. U A. M. aud I Mr. M. Huuday rkbuol
at 2:30 p. M.
Osrmak MsTiiomsT. Corner Mixih Ht. aa1
irnnlt. Itcv. lllrt. fft'ter. hrrvlrcn : Il a.m.
and 1 ;WI r. M. Huuday Hohool 10 :30 A. M.
Phrfie.TTrniAW.-fervlcM In new church, cor
ner Huth and l.rmilte ale. lti-v. J T. Halrd,
pantor. Hiinday-acliool at ; FtencliluK
al 11 a. m.K-nl " in.
The Y. It. t. C. E ot tblf church meet every
Haliliath evenli.E at 1 :1ft In tho bxvmunt .it
tlir cliiicrli. All aie invited to atlrca tui-eo
Fiiiht MrrHOniHT. Rlith ft., bctwen Main
and t'earl. Kev. I.. V. Unit. I). I), tiaotor.
Kcrvlcee : II A, M 8 :l P. M hllllila) fichool
:.') A M, I'raycrmeelli x Wediiemlay cvei.
iiiK. (Ikumah ruvNMVTaiiiw Tortir Main and
Ninlh. Iter. Wlllc, ii:nl"r. KervlCM umial
Iniiirn. huiKliiy M:liiml 'J :.') A. M.
HwprmH I ikiihiiatioau Ciranll. he
teen Fifth and Mull.
Cnuiiim riAiTisT. Mt. Olive, tink, between
fciilh and KU-veiith. l!i v. A. )Vell. Iw-
lur. Senleei II a in. Kiel 7 :.) p. 111. 1 ruyer
nieennu neuut-iutty eveniiis,
Voiino Mpn's Ciihiitiak AaiocMTiox
ll'K. nulii ViaieniiHii liliH-k, Miilu ntn-i-l. dm
I -l iih-i-uiii, fur hii, only, every Huhi!;iy af
t'TiHH.ii :it 1 o'cliM'k. H)lii ujm-u eei k d)l
from h: io a. In., lo t ; : p. ni.
Mi I TH I'AIlK TA1irilNACI.K -HeT. .t. St.
W'hI, I rtiti'f. Hervh-e : hiiiiiluy Hrliool,
.A in.: 1'reiw'lili i;. Ha. m. ami a p. in. ;
pr:ier iiii-eO'iit 1urilay nlslil ; clmir pruc
i ice l'iij,.y nilit. AUare i lcuinr.
SM ULT SUCIKTIKS
KNICHTS 1K rVIIHAH )aillii:.( l,oiti;e
'. 47. Mi-t'tn eveiy Weilne-ilny e, ninu
At their h -ill In I'artnele a ( l:i't him k, All via
Uiiik kni.-lila are oiiitlitlly Invited to attend
(J. C. kl,uiliall, U. C. ; lie llovey, h, K. (i.
A O. T. W. Mcele flrt ana third Friday
crcjln ,f mrh muiilh nt i. A. K. lull
In Ilix kwiKik Muck. Frank Venulljca, M, W.
It, E. Kiiepuile, llecorder.
O, I'. W. No. M Mcele aeentid and lourtti
Friday . vei,lni; In Hie inoi.ih ai (i. A K
hall in KH kwiiiHl hliK-k, K. J. Morgan, M W,
F, I', lirowii, lleturdcr.
IIOVAI. A lll'A N AM roi nrll No p.
11 Meet at (lie K.ul I llllll III tlie I'llllele Al
Crallf tdiHk oer llernelt A 'IiiMm viLrliuf
liri thn ii Invlieit. Henry llerold, lU-jfi-m ;
I liua W ailing, hi-xrctiiiy,
....... ...., ..... ., v, r. inrrm re
ry Tuesday iilyltt At Ihi-lr ball In Ftttierald
block. All Odd Fcllowe are cordially Invited
o attend hi-ii visitlnif iii eiHjiiv J i
rum I iruiir v-A tut i i r n . . .
S. (i.n. W.llnde. Mecretarv'l
JHK CIIIZKXS n.WK.
Oapttal stock paid In f. si
Authorized Capital, f 100,000
HANK 0AKHUTH, JOB. A. C0.NM0B,
W. H. UUHUI5Q. Cetbier.
'rank Carroth J. A. Connor. F. B. Outhnjint
. W.Johneon, Henry Bteck, Johs O'Kaef
W. H. Merriam. Wm. WeUneamp, W.
'BANSACTSIA GENERAL BAHIIN3 BDSiHES
vien certiflcAtee ot dcpoulu heartnir Interest
Buvi and aelle etchanKc oounty aud
AM crdcrs !rft trill t 3 coiitjly titik wiii b
UFriCB IN COL KT IIOU8H,
I'hittHinouth, - NebrnHka
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STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
IRST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK PLATTHMOUTH. NKHKAHKA
Paid up capital V).nnp,oA
n the very best lacllltlcii (or the promp
tririctiDS c! i;;lt!a:aM
fltoi ki.tiiindi.Kuld. Kiivsriiment and local ae
ju rules houifht aiul iiild. Uepoilw receive..
nd Interest alffwed ou the certlllnaie.
iiiafm drawn, aaiiaitie In any part of in,
'.lulled Sute and all the prli.clpiil Uwut 0'
OOI.LCCTIONS M AOS AND PKOMI-TI.V HRM IT
UlKhcft market ptlce paid for County Wai
rants, Hlate ana ( ounl y Ihiij.h.
John FlUU-'urald I). Il.iwk-aortb
Hiiu WaiiKh. K. V.. While
fieorne E. Itovey
John FltzircraM. h. Watuh.
1'r l.leut ( .-I
JyTEW HARDWARE STORE
S. E. HALL A SON
Keep all kinds of i i!,leri hardware on hiuid
and lltmpily i-nriine-tors on moit (air
I ul. le teni a
: TIN- HOOFING ;
ftB't nil ktMiH tri iin work prnmitiy
diinri. iinlere Imiii tli"j eiuniry Sullcltcl.
H Pearl St. I'LATT.S MOUTH, NKIt.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliefer.
It use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Kaikcr, and ly every one rcciuirjng an effective
Vo other application compare! with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has itood the test of years, almost
No medicine chest ii complete without a bottle of Mustako
Occasions arise for its Use almost every day.
All drugging and dealers have it.
Everything to Furnish' Vour House.
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Uaying nurchancd the J. V. Wt-cklmch store room on Kouth
Mam etrcct where I am now located can n il orul chca-"
er than the cheapest having juht put in the IurKl!ht ht'f
of new goods ever brought to the city. Choline hov
and furniture rail kinds hoM on the installment plan. V
THE POSITIVE CURE. I
" mi BHOTilBlia. M Warra. fin, Twit. Prlr. MfuL .,-V'-wl
A POPL'I.AIt FAMILY.
Jsxsi : " Hnw m It, Kmc. that ymi alwan S
Sceiil to CHti:U on ' lo the lail new tliliiii J )0 J
wnui i may
)oU niujt - M ti jr
dnn'tVncw: I j rlniiTi' i
K ate : " I don'
Blake, etiy eierllull ill t liat iln eel 11 iu," g
jKNNiit: nen. nurnn me met mwmontha,1!
without any tineher 1 you came to the rescue
wlu-n Miah Lllnr'O di-rted hi-r iH-lhnrterhuij
an tudilenly, and eoriainly we are all Imiirov.
Inir 111 ifraoc under your liuiriietioii ; I lieerd
you telling Tommy Ijiinie liiit eveninit how
..Int. i.i-.n. tiii.l at. 4 In i.IhvIiilt tu.u.lu.11.
you eii-m to t up cm all the Inn m 'fade,' anil
L 1.... .-I .1 l..-ull.. .t-. t
you entertain lieiiiitilully ; and In tlie hut
month ynu have unproved an In henllh,owlii(,
you tell' me. to your phyaiealcultureeiereiaea,
w'liero do you get all of your Inforiiialjoa
from In this lit: in oui-of tho way place r ior
jrou never ire tu mo city."
klTI- ' Wliv. Jeiuiie.
Vain. I hnreouly one anureeiif InrnriuatiABJ
but It la mirpriMiiiK how It meet all wante. IV.
...... ..1.1 1 . r ...!. 1..- ....a 1 1. .
ei j -n-i'i.iui 111-iir ,11 mi'idine lew w Hal
the next lew days 1'iiiiir ine full Informal Ioq
on the Aiilijcct, Mnirji ? Not Muku'iiii' I
And a (rnut treasure It l to n all, for It
real!)' ftiriii-hre the n-ading fur tlio whol
b.wii.-x'hoid : father haa ffiveli up hii niavazina
that he haa Uiken fur yi-iim, an he avi till
one eivea more atul Uiier Inlomiatlon on
the miti.k-rtA of the ilny; and mother says
tlmt It it that tlmt miikm her ui-h a (anioin
houi- t, in fMi t, wn all airn-e tlmt It Is
tlie only n-ally vamilt maKaiiie pul'lmheil,
aa we havo eent for aamiilieof all of them,
and llnd tliutono l all lor imii, another ail
while tliia one auila eveiy one of im; so ws
only need Ui lnko one InwteHil of eetern), and
that ! wlii li l!ie evunoiio' eotni-H In, for It Is
only t-'.'o a Ji'nr. l'l-rliup von think 1 am
tix lav ih In my pmlie; Init I will let you ei-a
oura, or. better at III, send HI eenle to the puli-ll-iher,
W. J.-iiiilnKK iH-mon-at, lli Vjmt lVh
eiri-et. New Vork, for a wiuilo eopv, and 1
Ahelt ninny ouiiiiiier tiini have ilnne you
a irrriit favor; and tuny lo- you will lieriittina
ua out, aa ynu any wn have the reiutiiiiuu of
lielnu- the iM-nt li'ifiirmi-'i family In town. If
that l so, it Is Jx-uiorvet'a iaiuuy tumaxlu
Uiat duo iu"
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