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" THE RED CLOUD CHIEF:
The Red C
THE ICO CUXM) CHIEF
PruLlSHKD EVERY THURSDAY AT
BID CLOUD, ITZBEASEA.
- imiiii - - laWlP. Pli IP "
M. L. THOMAS.
$2.00 per year, In7ariao!v:s Ad?ance
SuWrlbets who do notrercivr their ki
per regmlnrly. will contcr a fn vor ly notify
in uxor the fact at once. i
Corrc-'bondence folicitcd frwn .111 t.artf of ,
the County ana State, on n,ntter of svnera.1
Iu no cac arc wc rcjponpiolc for tho vlcn
or opinions of our correspondent.
NVodo rotyablui anonymou IctterJ and
coinniuuicntimK. ALWAYS give jour
LOCAL NOTICES to secure insertion
n uf l.e hnndedin ai early ns Wednesday
A. S. Paddock. Beatrice.
Alvin Snunder. Omaha.
Thomas J. Mnion
U. .S'. Kenator
8. 0 Alex-uwicr.
F. W. l.ieitkc
Soc.of Stnte. '
. jl. Thomj.j-on. Lincoln. Sui: Pub. InKtruc
:o. 15. Like. Omaha
Sniii'l Maxwell. Platumouth
J Aiiiociate Jus.
r.. li. Jones.
.J. 11. Willcox.
A A. Pope.
li. H. Shcrar.
U. V. Uall, ")
J. II. Luce.
A. fi. Crary . I
X7 A PTIST -Rkt. O. O YEISEIf P.r-t or
Sciv cet; in the Court Houc ihe 2nd
niiat -ilh Sabbath in each itiouth mnrninp
and evening- At fuido ltock tho2id tiab
Ijath tuoniini; and evening.
METHODIST; Kxv. C. HEILLY. Tub
tor; Services in tho Church wi.h
Habbulh. alternating morning uud evening
with tho Presbyterian jcrvicc?.
Sit. Plcsinant every two week? nt 11 a. in
corn' Nov. 10 1S7S. Penny Ciork. Kr. :i
at 3 p. m.' 0k Cit-ek at 3 jviu. every two
-T-REHYTEltlAN. lttv. J.M. PRY.SK
.L. Pastor; t.'frv.ees in tho Church each
Snbba'h iilturnaliiic morning and evening
with tho Methodist rcrviceJ.
Uuion Pmycr meeting every Tlsurtdn)
Hubbnth School crry Sabbath morning
ntlOA. u. Closer ntU.
Mis. li. A. H(iVAiii, Supt.
Anlvnl nuil I)(inrltirr of -llnilx
from lli KimI iloiul I. O.
Ji.tti.i. Knn.nc. leaves Tucsilnyy, Thursdays
jjnd Saiuidaii" atis i' iu.."airjis Molllla).
Uchichdajt u 1 Friduj atti p ui.
JUKKt.. ICanta.-i. li.vc v.ond.iji', U'ednc".
ilnyn mill Frid:i)A at" a. in, arrives 'luca
dnyc. Thurci.iyt iturf Suhi'ayit at (' p. m.
flicf oj-en fiom 1- in. until 1 p. m. Miii'yys.
All rcKi.tcrc(f innjier niu.-tr b- in'v7 .5 p in
,! nry ror bu'it,o.'. vloe3 at T 12 p. m
No crJcra id4.erf on Suii'y.
M. H.McNtrT. P. M.
I. O. O. F.
Hkh Ci."ui) I.odiik. No. 64 I 0 OF
FasiiiiM'-ts'very "ataniay uicnt in
'the .Ma-oinc Hall. . iicrhet
other Loige3arecnti:illy invited
uiui.i.. 15tun.X l.
-'. 1I..Pottkk Scc'y.
Air. & A" m-
A CitACiTy Loim;e No. f3 He Clnmi.
c Neb inettc- Fiifnv cviuius on or 1m;
TtT fore full moon. ViMtinc brother, in
Kd standing, are e-idially invited
o-ttend. J.CALYKltl W.M.
I.t is Sec'y.
TTOSXEY AND rOU
i:llob at law.
Office 1st door West of Red Cloud
ww & 0. 8 Harvey
Are pieparcd at allimcs to bore gi
Dealer in Grocer-
il ftll ell kinds of rocri and ccufec
tionery cheaper than they can be
bought cl-cwhere in the city
tSJlemcrabcr tho rlacfr South side- tho
Mrs I- LeDiovt
maker and Milliner,
Latest sty les of Hats. Trimming!, Ze
and Fancy Goods constantly, on
Mrs. Beat! Joiison,
HASTINGS .... NSEEASEA.
Fasluoaablt Drtssmaltr. -
Has bad much'eipcrieaoe in 4reKmaklac
luYinfftboroafcaly learned the trade in Eu
rope. A liberal .patronise solicited.
L I MKES DIRECT Gil Y.
J. S Uilham
ATTORNEY AND COUNSFL-
LUR AT LAW.
CU IIV1I Practice in all the (JouU of
Office h Mixci buili.i'ji upstair.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
J.R. Will cox
ATTORNEY AT LAvarnlU. fi:Coramfs
nionrr. Collection promptly ntten-lei
to. Office one door outh of B run 'j More.
BSD CLOUD - - 1?Z3
BANKS & BRAZEE-
Money li in . c IJttU JJohrrx
; v ic v
TTORNKlr AND COUNSELOR
at law. Juniata Nebraska. ill
practice in all the Courts of the M.ato.
Prompt attention piven to all business
entrusted to his care. Office on the
cast hide Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
o. c: CASK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offi
over Read's farniturj atqre.
BED CLOUD, - - " "2B
(.'ollccttutid made and prompt ice
E. S. KALEY,
gt. H.rt-M. It. It. Land.
C. W. SALSY
ATTORNEVS at law,
ASD SEAL SSTAT3 AGE27T3.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State and Northern Knna-5.
Collections promptly attended to and
J t'- 1.
J!. W. WJL'JLEY,
U. S. I'rusion Surgeon.
Office two doors south of the Court
RED CLOUD - HE3BASEA
a. p. -Mcculloch
l ' .. Cl ANnn.lSUitGEON.
Eed Cloud, Nebrasia OSco ever Jchn
son anfi Crcpi'
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
J A . G'ALVKRT, Propiiator.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fur
uiture, such as Ruieaus, Rcadstead.s
tables, Chair?, Alirrots, and in face
everything to be found in a first-class
GIVE HDI A CALL.
Red Cloud, ... neb
RED CLOUD, .--- NEBy
S. !. 170YES, - - Proprietor.
Located iutbe center of the city.
Guests stopping at this house, wiii
secure the best of accommodations.
- DEaLElt IN
Dry Goods and
BOOTS and SBMNES
Hats. Caps &
Rcafitj Marie Clothing !
We have ihe Largest5
Stock in the Vallty and will.
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL, ONK & ALL
.- Red Cloud' JNeli
"Eternal Vigilance is the. price of Liberty." and $2. QQ Wmemr is
RED CLOUD, WKBSTER
J. K.SviTtt K. C.Sxtrit M.B.TMfin-'.
rc. Firt X-1. Cwh. Hrt Lte T. l.e r Firt
I.'auk. Ilcatrice Nat. IJnk hat-IUnk ltl-
Keb. Beatrice hcb. ne eb.
Wi 1 make collections in toy part ofthe
Utiit"d States Sell exchange upon the
principal Eastern cities Loan money up
on itu Loved farms Receive depositasub
ject to siglu drafts Allow interest upon
time deno.-its and transact a general
EFF.RKNcr.s; Omaha National Rank
Hon. A.. l'aldoc'. U. . enator: First
Nat. Rank, New Jfork, Cambridge Val
ley N.L Rank, Cambridge, N. Y.
save yo-r money by bming your Iron.
steel, Nails and Shelf hardware of
MO WEIt Y fc 'J RR ELL.
They sell cheaper than any other
housj iu the state.
1st Street, Tastings Neb.
Drive ttic best Stage line in .he we
If von want to go from
LOW K LI j
TO II Vi'( v;
TO RVXi CLOUD
.urn i cKArruB
Or any point on the Rrputilietu or
olnumu rivers take this line and you
willfiml lively drivers an I low rates.
tages leave, Hasting and Lowell at eicht
'clock A. iM. on Tursdays, Thursdays
and aturdsj, and rt'Mirn at five o'clock
I. M. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
USEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL.
The Nebraska Farmery pulili.h.sl at
Lincoln, Neb , stnrts out upon its third
volume with full vignr. Its readers all
pcnk very higlily of it, and agree that it
contains much that i useful to the fanner,
us well as the mechanic, or the merchant.
Ladies like its bright page., as it tells them
about tho flowers and shrubs, or how to
make all the pastry, and ten thousand thing
needed about the house. Its pages are
illuminated .by cuts of stock of the most
approved breeds, and its columns are filled
with letters from the best agricultural wri
ters in the State. "We are clubbing it with
our paper at a very low rate. Call at our
office and examine a copy, or send stamp to
its publisher for a sample.
-COOK1SO OB HEATING
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Just the Thin- for Light IlaMttkerptHK
Tt nill r.ruil, Tt.uwt, and TLiVo letter tbn iOl
W.id Store, ten'l for Circular. AGENTS WANTED.
COLEMAN GAS APPAEATUS AND
7R Mahkvt Sr., - - Cmcico, Iix.
Tho ?rrot Cure furl Wla, Iwlinontlon, Biliooa
IloJ.vle, liter I'mni 'aint, IVier and Ague, Genarai
IM'ilit r. au J all coairlaln
urstoiuacli, liter A plc
on the newly diacoarai
No IrnF. No Dortor Illllt.
Sfiiit fur rirrtilan, drlb
inp the A!-ntka Our
al the ipviluJuni it iseautlnglu thaaciaaeaof I
UyrtKiitln llrt, $'
i- rr ai:d Aiir Itc It, S9.
Tonlr. licit, 9, mv.a Inflanta Itelt, tt.
Thce 1'elS nil e"t X any ad.lirM free iiffoatagt
on ti-rii't cf SU. .uli, orl IM for Infant's lbll.
AG12HTS watittsl in every county in tha
Addre., YmV. .MFDICATED BELT CO.
T)'2 Illinois St., CLicngo.
ffyE MILLER ORGAN
Durability and FtMu
eterelopnl in rel-orsaa aiaiiafattawi.
wltk tho moat acrapuletu
Aiato -a rawatiiit j
fit nt alaaa Vortrata. -arla are :
lqr tha tlay. naiaj aoae bat atriaabj :
material, it foilews that t&e iaatraie'B va
uk ae trial aad le ooaTiBceC
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ive new subscribers to Lippincrut.s
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will be presented a copy of
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at 4.00 each will be prtMte4 a ful
The Wareriy Novek. CMa1c4e k
IS.Ttkrllwtmta. Cnvra8T. Ex
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M 14,00 each.will be preseeuh
Chaaibers's RedeMedia. Pepb
RvidEdita. . With 4000 tmv
iac 40 Map. 10 tola. 8vo. Extra
octh. $25.00. J .
the price of the Red Ch
IIDKSDAY. MAIi- 6
(.la B. Finch Is preaching ta
The RIoMihartoi) Ghw haadl
rut tint riilAnfaaKi1
! The Si
The Adam County Grand
found indictments against ekveri
he Olive rani;. Tbcir trial will tl
place at Hasting, Marck 30th.
Tlie Daily Gatette, cdifd
published by C. C. Babcoek, Hasti
Neb. is the !ate.t new?pajer ventt
It is neatly printed and chow en
prise, but whether it will prove to
a s'0:ce3 fininc'illr remiini to
Tt look Tilden two years to get
at1 Pel ton for irvimf to buv electa
votes Akron, O., Beacon.
And it will take him a good
more than tw.i years to get over
that i?, over the attempt to buy c!i
oral votes Omaha Republic n
And it wilt take luui lorcver tnd a
dty longer t) buy himself into
Wo notice the fuliowicg ta the Iowa
"Edwin C. Hawlcy, oac of last years
graduates fron the law department
and one of the young men who wait
ed just for amu'enest and to teat
tcht-r power of endaranoe, from this
city to .Muscatine, ha been elected
mayor of Red CI ml Nebraska. Ilia
frie'r.ds hero rejoice in his succe.-s.' '
To Homestaaiors ail Oibsn.
The following telegram, received
last night may be ofintere.it to many
who have 4,Njuated"on B. & M. landi
in this State. The recent decision
of he Secretary of the Interior uii
thisMtbject has ctu-cl uuuy pjor
peopl'j throunht Nebraska to wiiie
i heir t:me anl money in endeavoiing
to huld these lands under the pre
Washington, March 3 The ca?e
ofthe United States against the B. k
M. Railroad Comuany, involving the
the right ofthe United States to aa
nul certain patents issued by it to the
company for 1.200,000 acres of land
iu Nebraska, was decided today by
tho Supreme Court in favor of the
The above we clip from the Lincoln
.yrnaand publish for the beniftt of
tho:-e who may be interested.
During the excitement in regard
to thoMi lauds last fummcr, wc were
frtqucutl asked if it would be Btt'c
for partits to fettle upon the Rail
road land-, and we always gave a neg
ative answer as we did not believe
they would ever revert to the govern
ment. Re also warned the people
through tho paper we were then ed
iting that they would throw their
time and money away by locating
upon tailrrad land, but many did it
and were fooled.
March I'd, 187'J. j
Editor Chief Items arc somewhat
scarce on A uluut Creek just at pres
ent Farmers are all ready to com
mence their spring work with a will
zt soon as the weather will permit.
The weather has been very tastalixiog
to as the whole of the pat aaoath, it
would turn warm and partially thaw
the ground and the farmers would
say, Well oext M mday we will go at
it in earnest, but A la! before the
next Monday came we would be greet
ed with a storm and a freeze up, and
the commencement' of this month has
not been mu h of an improvement en
... . .
the past. Owing to dry weather ana
other causes not more than half the
usua amount of nljwtn? cinnn
last fall the ruermenca U wr !,.,v
that much mom to do this spring.
The indications are that there will
be considerable more wheat sown tbi
spring than vual io this vioinity the
coming soasen and about the usual
amount of com and other grain.
I wiil endeavor to obtain the acre
age of each for pnbfieafion aooa.
We are sow bsildiec a volteteer
bridge asroes Walaet Creek, at the
taorth east eoraer of atetteej tkirtx
tows oee raage twelve, atad aaere, il
the Co. Coaataissiowen will oaly do
as the favor to locate a abort piece of
road frim the line running between
section! 22 and 23 to intersect what
wa.a intcr.Hwl tn K rh atn-i nr nr.
r,nnn.i;na.C(.Mn. IJ !n Smituu
lt - -tiL .. - t. '1
.aii2s, u win nave a raism roau
to Smith Center.
Sneakinrnf r.v, T ,,! Tf 0nr
Legislators have done anything to !
wrr?4 nrnvtdin nc mith a rmil Iv
or road tax so that oar road work will
eot all be aloe by a few iadividua!.
Fcaricg I have taxed your patieeee
too tar I wH Oesaat. Waiawt Creek,
hy H. HoLMJEiMiE.
T. J. Wright ef IeJieo Creek,
M eim riaae 3itearihat ef tht Cuv,
hMaawttfaawf f mm m wdtwmm
tertlM aeame. Thia if the kie! ef
"feWwiU" thataaekee tie
Our Poitutistrcjj had a very ?:verc
attack of bilious fever, and wj qut'c
low for ssvcral djys. I utn happy to
uess of importance.
Wm. Rust, lately of M noon, ill. ,
is located on e 1-2 Hc. , T. 3, R. 1 J.
lie has completed a fine frame houe )
'Jxi!S, nhiclt adds greatly to the com- !
fort, convenience uud appearance of
., ,, ,
II. bu.ler. who wai rasenl
ly j-ummoucd to
the bedatdtf of ulicof
her iitcrs. in caunder. Cj
been very ill, returned llu othir dy
Mr?. Fu ler reports her ri.-.cr ai rapt I ;
ly (vjtivalccing. i
Ytting ami old cnj'y themselves!
hugely nt the hinging aud del uting '
exercises whicli are cjud tcted at tlie!
clwul house Wednesday and F.iday
evenings of each week. Fifteen mem '
bors have a'ready joitie 1 the society.
Tho subject for debate two weeks ag
was: Resolved, that Women baa
ninr.ir.ilitn.n thnn mnnarncarui n "
The question after bciag dicued
with mo little ability on both side was
a: length decided in favor of tho afSr
cour-w it h needless to
sa iiiu uu'Jtui nciu an siiiiu uitii. i
.i... i.. j..,., .-. n ..: t..
An csiay was also rea1 by Mr. jme)
entitled, 'The Widow and Widower.' s
It was well written, sensible and witty
anu pirticuiariy app lmoIo to the
voung bloods of the day. Thub-,
ject last week w,S -Rer.-d. tim
U t 1
.w. .w.. ... ..,..,..
it ws de.M.1.1 I., ,I,a ,. I
r ahe is about axjin attendtng to Qu t Matter Mem, l0
househola an official dut,, .q uu Uck wu.
Mr. Wm Cather ha gone back to , (q , m of BflDfy
a tiii(.iiv. ji. ., iv uuwiu i uvi.i i
I must not forcct tn uien'ivi w.iret , H. , ..,.. ...
i ' r . ! by the inevitable ahindig which,
bavinz a series of rclieeoit mee"n;j ' . ,, , .
, r m i , . t- ioiag to tha muJtn chango in tho
atMr. Mnckny s rc:iJeuce. h.tcrcirst ' J , T ,
tii . ,, . weather, wai prematurely brought t
are hehl every two .-?, Me-r '
Carnci and Brown ofthe M.E Churn ,act, . , ..
,. ,, ., :, , ,, Please give tha mmua of your ofiico
officiating. Also the Rev. Mr. Prv .... . ,
t. , ,i..t i r .i , vh04e buiiuess it to set the type and
oi lieu LIouiJ preacliL! every fourth!
Sun..? nt ti ..hnrfftn w.l 1,, wo iupro, U inti;rctt4 ia lit
at 1 1 a. m.
Now that the Asesor "ill soin hi
going his annual rounds let every maa
have his property hat ready to hand
io aad sead bits on to the next.
UEN. GRANT once had a nrivatci
ecrlary ag,inst whom rumo-a of ,li. ofan oScc vhu JC n,2rc.jr .
honest proccedmj: wt-r. whinnered , r . i i t
Whet did Grant do? Why he pul , frczo) you wooM hare wiahed.--on
a pair of cow hide b rn. whi-jh ' a? prayed for one bbst from the id
wcre t.nned and unuufacturcd in fit- j
lm lv'c.0( tonk ,' J
J .-topped down nd out. 'I tM -n had .i
orjaIC secn....ar,. a7Jlfn.t wilom XM
, uiost positive and ilanasing evidune
appears to me eiuvt tliit li
I elng and rei-eiviag cipher dispatch
es, through mem ol Which -e hojwd .
! to '-hist hi dear unci.- into ?, Pr.i. '
. '- . c !..-.' : i
dential chair. Did Tilden prepare to
"hut' his nephew? boiar.y. lie
simply desounccd ioor Peltnn. and at
last aceoonu the ancle n; nenhew
j were living in the same house a lor
ingjy asyou pleae. and prohabiy ?rn
pathizing With each ohcr over the
rcdicalotu sn4 long carrd atrirnde in
which thej' find theeisve. Ex
Hie im Xtess.
Ed. Chief. Weather m pleaamet
agaia,xand farmers will ooa comucace
to till the fertile soiL
Mr. Alio Janice, ?nd family haTe re
turned from their vi-it to UL Wilts j
:r. j:j 4 . :.t. .v. r!jr rx jcwnz aumiwwuow
T.,1 '." !n-TO;ul
the fimily. so he U keeping bsch-
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TBc PacjTrs &? fcnw- c
I ver tl0,et,5' s Fnday, tzazht by
Pearson. Keciutbos ipiliin
king, dialogues nd dedaiuations
. was the order of the day, after whiea :
the teaches diuribatcd . aosae cards
asoeg all the Achoiaw, advian- thcal !
as he'theeght proper.
Adaaa Jaaaea' M aurecaaaeajp
rety aiytaTwy tfee ether
g, awaleau att eee feawd vt
j ftaeae hose whieh he he tt
We have ." 1 aowtnjt wheal.
lr Ncwmn i ia tVa ho buuc
an 1 wid prove htmclf to U urc
ful ccnirtus wc think.
Mr Smith loik at smiltacly
Ti uunttt;; he h omo apr
hemt m of a pattnership.
Wc are all xkm about p"f it
tcfoa"ai though U I jttt (Win
Mr S. loi a hre. U wy U
w 5 n it tha m lUpot .fjr he Imi
b rc ba ner ban expoxd.
Mr. lUnjert, a brother to our juvil
Bangert b-jy. oa See. il 3 J. hi ar
rived from Mtaaxjnri. Ilia tatcationn
2i2 to rcuttia and locale ia our ticia-
and now aoasc of the tin aro trying
to make thcaclree tbiak, he It bat
such a bad looking fellow after alt.
El. Moody will be more intcretd
in the chcot. now hi little loy will
be big enough to attend by and by.
j Frahk Bonn's tchool, is Nuakollt
,.. , . ... ,f... . . iKiv
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i iiiatifli in ZltMlnrt nit 'li
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lV9v. .iuuii jkiiu inruuK" nje;uu)
a.'v.a aft a
;rgant2ng i. U. . 1. loogftd, ami
March ,1d 1STU. J
Ed. Chut. Since wo wrote you
wvcral cvcnU ,,airc Jl'iroil
! !' 0I won'1 w"'c" wo wou,u
' Ha- haVC aloi-eJ abroad, hcDOrS We
scad them for publication.
Tlie public Kshool in thii uitrit 'a
j progrcsing finely w.th about twenty-
I unn. n f-Aiirt Arnriifif fill fttf ftltrtrt.
n - '
Mr. Pcaron mIiod! clocd om
wcc.k 3 ht .Fri,laJ'-1
There hsi been during the pat
week eon-id crablc rieknesa anions the
,UTBWI,C c,c;ncni UJ ,,,,, CTl""
but t present they are Rurally ooa-
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,ir- ' ' " -ovu . ajF
j treat lut Friday in tho chape efl a
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! ntinifintia I ftiA i Cm a I eaaitAfti
!coo for the besialt ef the rraWera cf
Ncwdon'f, Mr. Pedagogtae, llnun
don't "go lor" the the boy, for if
you had been in their place last week
rettin? out a naner in an oncn shell
'iDfvrnalregioM" of which yoj pcak
123 A2r 0?TAI
If wc notice olorcly wc shall find that
. , . .
ne people wno arcnou popunr tn v
ei I life arc lhoc that unJefrtasd tun
'only boy to talk it bow to ta
loincr.4 raiic. iw is a very rnatoie
gf- To be able io to direst eonTer-
ia"o 00. iu viuja ou wn
knowledce, bet to draw et the opis-
ion and qeiekeai the tbfhu of
thoac with wheee row talk thw is aa
ccorapUahraWttt teJaae. It aaaket
each a eeef rihrater te to the efrjeyaoeat
of ail. aejal it lesveevith eech a pleaa
aaM aeewe af haviac aa4 aewetbisr
watch xhawwire fWi to hear. Tkt
U very difareat freta the codomstf
of ham beeej hon4 cr nbbd or
heth. which Jeaeer 2e4h ftm carry
( away frees the pr eaece of a Seem sad
tyraajca! talker. Inert is a good deal
of this sort of coaTcrstlnn! mutton-
B M a
anJlhetwM wespcad ts chat:ri9g
tbo&t the weather might be prol
Kabljr derottrd to it. It showld bo
torstj io iird that there carsely
zay oae of avasage iateUijceaee wh
nn tl. II h t rina .n R- tni
jgIy suJ lestractireljabotttat ia.n.
one tbrnr the thins h which he
V practi2y ot UrniVUr, or whidi
6scti with his itzUr hhr.
tfc. BlTtet x jftachiaisr, a amaifar-
cr. aa artut, bfiSdjc kW fhe cos-
veraeuoa eree4 the eec jambiect, :f
there are eiheva. k which he U
wars te he iettaraatW. The raesk wiH
hethetTeei w'al .deeee k4ea, ad will
tJHM wuh jaecaali'U
their eevMea 4eeautaet ef Ix-
tc er tfceatfit wig feitegsxhera
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