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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF,, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1895.
'J-sxitoL y .i ",
' A-nL 1 frL
tkCghcat KIDNEY. LIVERS BiM.R
I.timlmvn, pain In Joints r buck, In Ick ihut In
urine, fitipiniUiilK hrltntloii. liilliuiiiniitlon,
fjrincl, iikenitlou or entiuih or tho bladder.
IllllDii'iii'-, liniiliiclif, ItullKCstlnit or Kout.
V..MB-ltOOT InvlKonitw, curt kidney
dlMutiliiiis llrlnlit' illswuo, urinary troubles.
Fcrofuli., iiiiilurln.Ki'iHTrtlwciikniiH or ilcblllty.
ftwni-ltottiiilliUui quickly n rundown
count Itiitlon nml tniikiw tho weukstroiig-.
At JlMiuRiste SO ctuta and 9 1.00 Slzo.
"Itrrtlltlt UulJ to UrAlth" frco- CouulUllon free.
am. Kii.uur A Co.. DiNniiAMTON. N. Y.
CURSED BY A BEGGAR.
ftehl'iiti of ii C'lilniRO Mtilinrli Kscltetl
Tho ri'uldi-ntn of tliu village of Han
CtIiIkc, ii Hiniill Htutlon on the banks of
lie ciitiul on tht Alton nillruiul, lira
Oonshlcrnbly excited over n mysterious
,)prnon who oVcorntoH tholr front doors
with the following Inscription, which
iIh written In u bold luind upon n piece
of wrupplng pnper:
"May the curse of Gml AtmlKhty fnll
upon you. May you have all kinds of
tuiil luck, nml nmy you die a starving
The first to discover the plurnnl won
Jacob Marks, the village sexton, who
liven In the hollow. He started to leave
IiIh home shortly before C o'clock to toll
the chut eh bell, an Ih customary every
morning at (1 o'clock. He started to close
the door when he saw the piece of pa
per pinned to the tloor In a prominent
place so that nny person passing thu
sexton's domicile could see It. IMer
In the day John Connors, a laborer.
Bald that ho found a piece of paper
tacked to his door with the curse writ
ten on It. Other complaints followed.
It was learned that a young man, rep
resenting himself to 1h (leaf and dumb,
canvassed the villain and asked for
elms. The pollre attribute the mys
terious papeis to him. In nil place
wheip he was refused aid the circular
was placed upon the door.
ART OF FRYING FISH.
Tlm ,!) Uh Mnltiuil I rrohahly tkt
Kent Aflnr All.
The nit of fryliiK llsh in olive oil ivm
Impaited to western nations by the
Jews. They found In the Italians and
Trench teeeptlve pupils; but In the Kng
llsh they encounteied mi obstinate alh
Klutice to laid, which has never wav
ered In favor of any other medium. As
our culinary tiadltlons are iletlved
largely from the Kngllsh, lard or tlie
fat of salt pork for frylni; Is almost
universally used In thu United States.
The Miperlor merit of oil In this form
of co king Is found In Uh limpidity and
freedom from foreign inntteis, .More
over, the results obtained lire more cer
tain, and yet even American women,
who Ih'e near waters, salt or fresh,
where llsh abound, Invariably employ
unit poi It In fry Ing. None can excel them
In the.i.se of this medium, partlculaily
those or the mhiUi.hUIi' of Long Island.
Although when they fry eels they never
coat tlu mi with bread numbs or Hour,
the llsh merge from the v.m Maky and
crisp and of even tint. Should any una
fancy tins easy of accomplishment, he
or she ban only to attempt It to Mnd how
likely Is t ital failure. The .lews excel In
frying in. much on account of the mi
nute nttt'i'tlon which they give to the
piepni'iitiii'i of the tlsh before they
place them In the boiling oil as from
the use of that medium,
SMiilciitH on a Lark.
At a ! tit "students' evening" nt
the Cnmedk l'arlslennv, l'arls, the pu
lills of the IJeole ilea lle.vux Arts Hocked
in full fotce to the dainty little theater
where hole J'ullcr now dances, leaving
hurdly a spuie stall In the house for
the occupation of the ordinary play
goer. Their enthusiastic admiration of
tho serpentine dance shewed Itself In
many wonderful ways, wild choruses
followed by n tlmhut or n kind of Red
Indian war dance, with halls and sticks
for scalps and tonmhawl.H, and the
l)urdn of the last students'' song aa u
war whoop, being onu of the most start
ling as well as the most amusing. ' Ser
pentines" weie In great requirl, but the
most 'tasteful demonstration on the
part of the students was their spontan
eous or itlon to I.olc Fuller Mfhen alio
appeared, and wuh greeted with -a
'flhowor of 1iouitietH nml violent, which
fell no thick and nst that the .stage
was carpeted with them In an i'nstnnt.
A delegation of the students prevented
I.0I0 Fuller with n handsome and
unique gift an album, to which each
student had contributed a sketch In
pen nnd Ink, pencil, or water c Jlors,
und fomc with n llternry turn of : olnd,
also verses In her honor Queen.
BY JIA1N AND. WIND.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE
TIip We I nnd fiontli Suffer Norrrlj
ItPinnrkiilili) I'all of Hall In N-
lirunlot nnd Kuniin (leiienil Drouth
Omaha, Neb., May S. Not plnco 1S52
ins Omiiliu been visited by so severe u
hall storm as that which prevailed from
D 15 to D.il yesterday afternoon, Heavy
clouds, borne by a cool wind, came ui
from the southeast, nnd after dropping
rain for a few minutes the black cloud
began to ptcclpltate hall. It came In
three showers, with short dntermlpslotis,
thestones getting heavier all tho while.
Thu bombardment of roofs was tcriltlc,
but because the wind was not strong
the mat and south sides of buildings,
save In this southern part of the city,
were comparatively ifrco from harm.
Skylights In every jduco suffered seri
ously. The. brunt of the eturm passed
over the e (in tern nnd middle portion of
tho city. People -on 'tho street easily
found shelter from 'the petting, but It
was a hnl matter 'to get hone under
cover. Hundreds of them were driven
upon the sidewalks and into the doors
of stores and offieo buildings, and while
the fury of tho storm was at Its height
the business streets woro bordered by
carriages nnd 'vehicles of all sorts occu
pying the sidewalks with tho horses In
Reports by wiro Indicate the storm
wns general Ita the state, doing much
Cjrlnno In Wisconsin.
Stevens lu!nt, Wis., May 8. A cy
clone passed over the southeastern part
of town last night nnd swept along far
a mllu, tearing up trees nnd overturn
ing outbuildings. Two or three Indies
of rain fell tn as many hours.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 8. The Revere
Tain storm caused n serious cnys-tn In
tho big Intercepting sewer or tunnel
which runs through Washington ave
nue. Sixty fcot of tho street from gut
ter to gutter is washed nway. Tho holo
Is twenty feot deep. The tunnel was
tilled with the dirt of tho street nnd
the cntlre'pewerage system of the west
ern nnd northern parts of tho city has
been rendered useless. The heavy rain
caused thousands of dollars' damage
In those sections of tho city, an the
wnter bncked up In tho sewers flooding;
Mukwonngo, Wis., Mny 8. The storm
Inst night wns unprecedented In this
section of tho country. One thousand
window lights were broken by hail in
the vlllnge. Residents of the town of
Vernon report alt crops cut to tho
grortnd. Fruit trees wero In blossom
nnd they nro now mined.
Drowned In Kantii dominant.
Tlerlngton, Knn., Mny 8. Hcrlngton
was visited by ti cloudburst Sunday
night. The town nnd surrounding
ful cloudburst. The town wns deluged
and water Hooded tho stores nnd In rag
ing torrents from swollen streams
swept everything before It. Small
buildings were overturned. Crops nnd
fruit in the storm nica, which was four
miles In breadth by seven long, wero
destroyed. No lives are reported lost.
Although n bnrn In which some men
country was Hooded. I.Itne creek, which
has been dry for a year, was converted
into a raging torrent, and iiouses,
horses, cattle nnd hogs were swept
down stream. John Williams' house
was carried away and the family nnr
rowly escaped drowning. The Iioufo of
Samuel Me.Manus was alsocarrled nwny
nnd wrecked by striking n bridge. Mc-
Manus escaped, but Mrs. Me.Manus was
drowned. Her body was found lodged
in n tree in thu park south of town.
Kmporla, Kan , May S, A terrific fall
of hall occurn'd here last evening,
which has probably Injured the frutt
crop considerably. Hut little wind ac
companied the hall. The heaviest rain
of the season followed, which was much
needed. Orypa In general will be gieat
Drouth llroken In Initl.inn,
Hlkhnrt. lad., May S. Tho llrst rain,
with n single exception, that has visit
ed this section of northern Indiana
since last fall fell heavily here yester
day, lnstlng nearly nn hour. The con
dition of crops wns becoming critical,
nnd the livers hero nre as low ns they
usually nro In August. Such n condi
tion Is not known to have existed hero
before in tlfty years. Whent was badly
scorched up to tho time of this rainfall.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 7. Tho long
continued drouth which hns prevailed
liroughout northern Ohio was broken
yesterday by heavy showers. Tho
mouth Just closed wns the dryest In
thirty years In this section of tho state,
there being practically no rain during
tho entire month.
Clnadburit In the Month.
Chattanooga, Term., May 8. Dayton.
Tenn., was visited yesteiday by n fear
had taken refuge was blown away.
Houston, Texns, Mav 8.A regular
waterspout fell la enstern Texas Sun
day. Miles of fencing were washed
away at Nuuogdoches. A bridge on
Ilonlta Itayou was carried away. Kn
ormous damage has been done. There
nro several bad washouu on the Ar
kansas Pass road, and city railway
travol la temporarily suspended. Sev
eral bridges nnd miles of .fences have
been swept awuy.
To Supprri the Hindi Blag
Hong Kong, May 8. rive thousnnd
troops have started from Canton for tho
Island of Formosa, in order toiuupprrss
tho nnttelpatrd opposition to the Ulnck
Flaps to the occupation of that Island
by the Japanese aorordlng to the terms
' of the treaty of peace between China
1 and Japan. Many of the troops i-e un-
' relluhlo und liable .to Join the illack
Situation at ffeMnargan.
I Shenojgan, Wis., May 8. The strike
situation Is more serlouB than at any
tlm during tho trlUe. Tho strikers
have decided to close every factory In
the city except ono and endeavor to
keep thfun closed until tho demands of
tho dissatisfied men nre granted. The
men out yeateiday were prnctlcslly
forced out by strikers. No violence wns
used, but by threats nnd Insinuations
they intlmldattd the men nnd the lat
ter deemed It he.f to quit. Mayor Horn
hns air.inged a confennee with a com
mittee of the utMlt.-rs nnd majjufict
vrvrs to take place ti-moicow moin'.ig,
v I. -: a fcetiicwtjt may be uu-ie
ROYALTY IN A WRECK.
Irtug ami IJurrn of Itnly on a Trnlo "nml
lump the Truck,
jlome, May 8. King Humbert nnd
Queen Mnrgbeilte thin morning had n
narrow escape from death. They wero
on their way by mil in n special train
from Floioncu to this city, attended by
their milte. Suddenly, near Inclsa lake,
thero was a violent shock. One of tho
carriages was dernllcd and everybody
on board tho train received more or less
An 'Obstruction of Borne description, It
appears, either fell across the trnck or
wii3 placed thero by evil-minded per
sons. Severn! members of tho royal
suite sustained slight injuries but the
king nnd queen escaped with nothing
more serious than a bad shaking up.
"NOW FOIl KOYI'TIAN QUESTION.
Franco Says Itnmln Mam Itender HerTlco
In Nile DUtrlct.
Tnrls, Mny 8. The press, generally
wpenklng, Is satisfied with the course
Japan hns adopted In regard to the re
monstrances of the powers ns to the
terms of tho treaty of pence with China.
Naturally, however, there ure n few
dissenting voices, The Lnnterne, for
Instance, says: "We shall be the dupes
of Russia unless tho agreement of the
three powers also applies to n bettle
inent of thu Egyptian question and Rus
sia returns on the banks of the Nile tho
Bervlco shu has Just received from us."
.Iiipun'a Course Aiilnudcil,
"London, May 8, A dispatch to tho
Times from Paris says that Japan has
surpassed the hopes of the friends of
pince and even the conditions nrranged
by ItUHala, Krance and Germany. Llko
every power who knows Its own mind,
Japan Is prompt In her resolutions and
dov-s not seem to desire to prolong tho
controversy by tho adoption of half
meafuircH. Xlie riiolrni In ItunMn.
London. May 8. A dlspntch to the
Times from Odessa says that advices
from the cholera Infected dlsttlcts show
that the eplderr Is seriously Increas
ing. Unless measures are Immediately
taken the disease Is likely to spread
throughout Russia and reach thu rest
fJermnn Field Sliirilml Dead.
Tterlin, Mny h. Field Marshal Gen
eral von Tape, formerly mllltnry gov
ernor of Ilerlln. Is dead.
Little UuiiOh'hn Trnnmirteil In the T.egls
Utnre nt Kprlngllelil, III.
Sprlngneld. 111., May 8. The nttend
nnco wns very light nt yesterday's ses
sion. A half hour was devoted to read
ing bits n second time nnd ndvnnclng
them on the calendar. Senntor Herry,
in tho nbsence of Lieut. -Oov. Hill, pre
sided. Thofce In attendance were Sen
ntors Hunt, Sawyer, Harding nnd LIU
Senntor Harding introduced, nt tho
request of Senator D. A. Campbell, a
bill amending tho law In relation to fra
ternal societies. The measure Is sanc
tioned by forty-three socletlrti, repre
senting n total membership of 300,000.
It was mad' n speclnl order for this
morning on second reading.
The House conveued nt C o'clock in
the afternoon with sixty members pres
ent. Petitions favoring the passage of
the Merrlam bill rennallriL- Ihn uptM nn.
.ntlng tho Catholic lllshop of Chicago a
corparauon sole were presented by Mer
rlam, Jhnson of Fulton, Kttzmlller,
Dudley, Daugherty and Dunham. Tho
House advanced to second reading nil
the Houso blls on the calendar on tho
order of Mrst reading. Mr. Hnwley
moved to suspend tho rules to take up
Benato bills on Mrst reading. Mr. Kltz
mlllej objected. Mr. Ferns raised the
point, of order of no quorum. The point
of rder was sustained and the Houso
adjourntd to 10 o'clock this morning.
Returns to Ktuutl III Trlnl.
Snn Francisco, Cal., May 7. Jacob II.
Sharpc, who several years ago stolo
111,000 from the estate of J, W. Shnnler,
of which he was administrator and Med,
yesterday surrendered to the authori
ties. Otllcers have been seeking htm
ever slncu hts disappearance. His
bondsmen, who Jind qualified in the sum
Of $12,000, made good to that nmoiint th
money stolen fmm the estate.
lilt' Condition Ih Hitler.
Washington, .May 7 Representative.
Hlt of Illinois win reports! better thin
morning. Hecretury Uietdmrn's condl.
turn also contlne to iniptove.
FURNACE MEN QUIT.
lllg Strike Among Workmen at the I ilnoti
Chicago, May 8. Tho strike which
was begun jesterday nt the Illinois
Steel company's works In South Chlcngc
by 100 ynrdtnen quitting work, spread
this morning and 1,200 men In the blaal
furnace department went out.
Two furnaces huvu already shut down
nnd thu strikers claim that the othei
four will suspend by night. Tho men
left their work quietly in little squads
nnd thero have been no violent demon,
stratlons. The strlkets suy they uro not
receiving living wages. They assert
Hint two years ngo they received J2.10
for tho snme work which now only
pays them $1.00. It Is futther claimed by
the blast furnace men that enough
hands nre not employed to divide tho
work fairly. The 100 yardmen who quit
work demanded n raise from $1 to
$1.25 per day. Tho company offered $1.10.
but the men declined It and quit work.
It is though this offer of a raise mnde to
the yardmen Inspired other departments
to hope for better wages and straight
way the switchmen asked that their
wages be raised from $1.(0 to $2 per
day. This the company refused. It Is
believed that should the switchmen and
firemen quit work the company would
be compelled to shut down the entire
works, throwing out of employment be
tween 1.500 and 2,000 men.
MOLIBT WORKS SHOT DOWN.
Trouble Kxtends to the Mills There aad
Man Step Oat.
Jollet, HI., May 8. The works of the
Illinois Steel company's plant stand
idle, 1,500 men being forced out of work
by the refusal of 300 or 400 of tho out
sldo workmen and firemen to oontlnue
Without an advance In pay. Yesterday
afternoon laborers, firemen and greas
ers, to the number of about 300, quit
work, necessitating the shutting down
of all parts of tho works except the rod
mill, whloh was c ised at midnight ow
ing to a difference with the firemen.
Everything Is idle now except one blast
furnace. The grievance of the men Is
understood to be dissatisfaction with
the wages paid. Many of them aro re
ceiving $1.10 a day. They nre nsklng for
a Increase to $1.60, and the demands of
others are commensurately large. The
works will probably remain closed for
some little time.
Unlet at Focahontas.
Pocahontas, Vs., May 8. Thero Is no
mining. The soldiers nre having a quiet
reception and are mingling freely with
the people. They say they enmo hero
under a misapprehension, the belief
that trouble would occur. The miner's
convention will assemble today. No ar
rests were mudu last night, and all the
men who were charged with violations
of tho pence havo been discharged. Cap
tain Martin of the Fnrmvlllo compnny
Is ofllccr of tho day. The rallwny com
pany Is doing practically nothing nnd
no shipments of coal arc making.
niot at Iludion, N. T.
Hudson, N. Y May 8. A riot has
broken out In the brickyard of WnlBh
Brothers, seven miles above this city,
nnd tho sher' of Columbia county has
been called upon to quell the disturb
ance. Last evening the body of James
McQulrc, a deck hand on a brick barge,
loading nt Walsh Rrothers' dock, was
found In the river. Then: Is a belief that
McGuIre was thrown into tho water by
tho Infuriated Italians, all of whom
wero drunk yesterday, nnd demanded
nn increase of wages. McGuIre lived in
Wunt Inrreaaeil l'ny.
Ishpemlng, Mich., May 8. Thu min
ers In tho different workings have pro
bented requests for Increased pay, and
a strike will follow refusal to grant
their request. A definite unswer Is ex
pected from the mine owners this k.
SInjr Cminn n llevolt.
Tokio, Japan, May 8. Japan aban
dons nil Manchuria. Even the whole
Peninsula of Lino Tung, including Tn
llenwan nnd Port Arthur, Is to bo given
up. It Is doubtful whether thero will
bo nny incrense in the cash Indemnity.
The facts are being kept secret here,
but when the truth becomes known a
unlversnl public revulsion Is certnln.
Tho present Ministry Is assuredly
doomed. Tho government is anxiously
guarding the foreign envoys. Tho dip
lomatic situation la unparalleled.
Thu ratification of the treaty by China
Is still deferred, but it is promised.
Alenmign Mnkes a Had Impression.
Rio do Janeiro, May 8. Tho messngo
of President Monies nt the opening of
the Congress Saturday has produced n
bad lmuresslon. 'I'lin mernhnrH nt tlin
diplomatic body will probably protest
iikiiuimi certain statements contained in
LATEST MARKET REPORTS.
Cattle Common to prlme.$2.40 7.00
Hogs Spring grades 4.25 6.30
Sheep Fair choice .... 2.7C 8.00
Wheat No. icd 63 .64
Corn No. 2 48H .49H
Oats 2S',i3 .28H
Rye No. 2 55
Potatoes Per bu 63 .72
Wheat No. 2 65 & ,6T
i Corn-No. 2 yellow 53K0 .64
Oats No. 1 white 34 & .35
Rye No. 2 63 & .65
Corn No. 3 whlto 47H0 .48
Oats No. 2 white Sl0 .31
, ST. LOUIS.
Cattlo 3.00 06.90
Hogs 4.70 5.85
Wheat No. 2 red 64 O .65
Corn No, 2 46
Oats No. 2..,' 290 ,30
Wheat No. 2 spring 64 J .65
Corn No. 3 48 .48
Oats No. 2 white 29 & .80
Barley No. 2 6240 .(2
Rye No. 56ft
Cattle 2.40 O6.00
Hogs 4.70 4.85
Sheep 3.50 Qt.iO
Wheat-No. 2 red 68Wft .C8H
Corn No. 2 66 .56?,
Butter , S & .19
Corn No. 3 mled t9 ft .!!);
Outs-No 2 mi.l ;a o .son
H1RTY years' onscrvntlon
millions of personsfpormlt
It in nnqnnstlonably tho host remedy for Infants nnd Children
tho world hns over known. It Is harmless. Cull droa like It. It
elves them health. It will savo their lives. In it Mothers have
something whloh Is ahsolntely safe and practically perfect as a
Castor! destroy Worses.
Castorla allay Feverishnees.
Castorist prevents vondtJng; Soar Card.
Castorla pares Diarrhea and Wind Colio.
Castorla relieves Teething Tronbles.
Castorla onres Constipation nnd FlatnleHCT.
Castorla nentralises the effects of carhonlo acid gas or polsonows atr.
Castorla doee not contain morphine, oplom, or other narcotic property.
Castorla assimilates the food, regnlatea the stomach and towels,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
Castorla la pnt np In one-slae bottles only. It Is not sold In talk.
Pont allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise)
that It is "Inst aa good" and "will answer every purpose."
See that yon get C-A-S-TQ-R-IA.
Children Cry for
MRS. S. R. MCBRIDE
has .ju.vr itiX'Eivr,
On Mny 21th, .luno 7th and 10th
July ,'lrd nntl liHh.AuRUBt 2nd nnd 2nd
tickotn on onto to Hot Springs, South
Dakota and nt rato of ono fnro for tho
round trip $1(5.00 from Red Cloud,
rickets limited for return to thirty diijs
rom ditto of sale. A. UoNovr.H.
Eiiitoi: Ciiikp: It lias been reported
that my liotol was closed. A a such is
not truo I wish to inform my ctiBtomora
through your columns that I nm hero to
stay. Xuitlier do I liuve to borrow
money to run it. I think it qtiito likely
tho Ranks Iiouro will ho running for blv.
ernl joiub jet. Very Uusp'y,
Proprietor Hanks Houso, Hivorton, Noli,
"Don't Tolmcoo Spit or Smoke
Your lilf'u Away."
Tho truthful, startling title of it book
about Nn-tO'bnc, tho only lini'mless, guar
anteed tobacco-habit euro. If you wnnt
to quit nnd can't, tino "No-to-bac."
Ilrucea up nicotinized nerves, eliminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak men gnin
fitrongtb, weight und vigor, l'ositive
euro or money refundod. Sold by C. L.
Hook nt druggists, or mailed freo.
Address Tho Sterling Remody Co,,
Chicago olllce, -15 Randolph St', Now
York, 10 Spruco St.
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Wheat 9 Co
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Hogs n no i oo
Stock hogs a oo.'l 00
Fnt cowb 3CU
IfUllGr eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee U
Chickens lb !'.
Turkeys lb 7
Railed Hay per tonlO
miousands of Women!
SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES.
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
Bj Arousing to Health; Action all herOrgans.5
It causes health to bloom, nnd
joy to reign throughout thu frame
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. Inu iilimloliiiis tin i'o rt'iirit. without loMimit..
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'l)!IU)l'Ii:i.l Itn.n.UOIt l) Atlanta, (In.
Ecld ty dtucgUti at SI.C0 ptr bottlo.
of Cnntorla with tho patronage of
us to speak of It without guessing.
" is on every
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l. ii. l.imiirth ..iiKiii'iitO.Ki p. m. Prayer
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u ot Aim rle.t itlt..rnati Wdliiea.lHv evonioa
rAl.l.J'.r IxhIui; Nob, I'mteriml Order of 1'
innnihct"rs "rsl "'"' "llri1 Moiidar of e
rjllAHi i'Y l-oiip No ra a i' ami a M each
v rlilav KMMiliiif on r hpforo tlm full moon.
CVU?rNi'viSVl'iK.',,'''lc'ry N U illu'r"toTburs.
C'h'P'i i( ,Ml'ifr Kiiitcrn htnr No 47 meets
reil, -v!m? ''U,"",k ,lf,l;r""1 '"OOii.-Mrs!
rjAill'li:i.n I'nit NoSiMi A It Moiiiluv vm
" IIIU oil or t.etore tlm full inl,n """y em
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I J SifnV'KV r'"n' No M' s ot v T"ojlay eve-
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tiiii imy UVBIUIIg ,
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ninB,on ' A,,M'r,,,a llr!,t anJ tlilii Friday ew-
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Mill, county, joVi
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nm now Hi n m..i- ...,.1 1...1.1'. ... 1 "'."i who
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said nm, tlifrehirti I will se thn nrnn .
eity therein .lenfrll.ed. to-iM fine ISSliPrtST
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