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abrev tro love.
th wille NomaJ
0o mxee bluee
mosk at ctmtn ,
tbat if the entire thought a
to each mintite, the bread
burgedor heavy; t linen
n to this seado I t
f pracical examples : Irs. j
Asures na she wrote "Uncle a
Obin" while attendng to her
- arion arland erhuorlne),
wift of the pastor the Tirst Oon
tional Ohurh, In Springfield
0 planned the archittecture of their
n hom and, although she had
momasd a fortune by her pen, she
arecent guest as "a 1
model ifher." While her
in~ adorn the walls, and the fur
re corated by her own hands,
is the crown of her home,
sheis queen, and she Uffirms
X ,*ore a woman knows the better
keeper, wife and mother she cau
"e.'With all these occupations she has
i ~ of forty young men in ier hue
Sunday-school, which numbers
Rose Terry Cooke, in her old-fash.
Soned country home, at Winsted, Conn.,
is equally famonoi as a ook and a poet.
She not only writes charming poems
about her garden but is up before sun
-ise to work in i Her roses are her
especial -prU.Cleveland Herald.
A 9Tu Laady.
ildness is a thing which girls cannot I
sdibrd. Delicacy is a thing which can
not be lost or found. No art can restore
to the grape its bloom. Familiarity
Without confidence, without regard, is
destructive to all that makes woman ex
siting and ennobling. It is the first'
duty of a woman to be a lady. Good
', breeding is good sense. Bad manners
in a woman is immorality. Awkward
ness may be ineradicable. Bashfulness
is constitutional. Ignorance of etiquette
is the result of circumstances. Alcan
Sbe condoned and not banish men or1
wopien from the amenities of their'kind.
But self-possessed, unshrinking and ag
*gressive coarseness of demeanor may be
treckoheod as a State's prison offense, and
certainly merits that mild form of re
straint cllaa Imprisonment for life.
It is a shame for women to lecture on
their manners. It is a bitter shame that
they need It. Do not be restrained. D~o
1ot 'have impulses that need restraint.
Donot wish to dance with the Prince
~osought; feel differently. Be sure ou
p' oder honor. Carry yourself so lo 'ly
t9ttha32n will look up to you for reward,
3ot at .you in rebuke. The natural sen
Stliment of man toward woman is rever
'nese." He loses a large means of grace
e is obliged to account her abe
to be trained In propripty. A man's
Ida a not wounded when a woman fails
,ri~dly wsdom; but if in grace, in
timent, in delicacy, in kind
nl efound wanting, he re
-~ 44 hero Of ihurt.--.GaiL Hamilton.
hearts ofa~ ~
other amn.n who has evidently got
'?ds writes as follows con
UKeyp,.nosed girls :Any girl in the
Scan have a snub nose with
touble at all, but not one girl
*~,O,00 attains to the ravishing
ectability of a dear little pug. There
are inconsfderate superflcial observers
- ho avr that snubs and pug are very
It would be as rational to assert the
* identity of .one of Camoens' dainty
shepherdesses and a respectable but un
intresingcolored washerwoman. -
The pug-nosed girl is a distinct type,
and she knows it. Possessing a pug
nose, she possesses certain privileges
~ dImtunities to which no other sort
Ssif2oeed girl can lay claim. Occupy.
te peculiar and elevated position,
a 1ei at once fasoinating and harrow
~Iu~ Wih her' nose, by right divine,
osa-rosebud mouth that anybody can
Seeat hal a glanco was made principally
tissinabg. Nobody ever dreams of
4 11~n lp which have a long Roman
i4 esndnsentinel over them. But
girl' lips are not guarded
th contrary, they are most
accessible. And when she
p4she has a great way
- j ~ lgthe dear thing; and
<ose sympathizes with the
at movement and tips It
StUe higher, It seems just like a
- invitation. That is the fascinat
- of the performance. The har
prt of it is when, encouraged by
pens to be so encouraging you
accept the Invitation-adfn
i# is nat that sort of a pug-nosed
a)R tis adismal business, this,
pug-nosed Airi is nut to the
1l kissing and her rosebud
e' d to be but a delusion
The little ray of hope that
he gloomy horizon under
oholy ciroumstanoesis that
while shaI know al too
are facts reoddcon
4n r revoo
of' the sorrow
she has been
tetty lips a they
4*4d9 to yield
a in this
hen a well loan
t her W 8oott.
bile here last season with
. went one day into a
hool and made I
oreith a. is. target and in
o 0kig lay64 that would
e caused to ataticaj
rave his wide-rimmed hat and flowin
noks while he spun around in a will
anoe of delight.
OomIng Iack again 46 peoppe in pri
rate life, it be menion -that tiO
rie of a oment Judge is so good a
hot with h shot-gun and small arms
hat, when she wants a pair of oiokens
Or a real, she takes her gun or revolver
m, go'g Qut in the yard, shoots the
hickens' heads off at twenty yards.
" How do women handle revolvers ?"
he reporter asked of a clerk in a fire
"Some of them handle them as well
a anybody could. But others take hold
f them cautiously, and do not know the
3arrel from the butt end. In the sum
mer, when our patrons from Arizona and
New Me U ni tie regions come in,
the merchants are accompanied by their
wives, and the women handle the re
volvers just as easily and gracefully as
any man could."
The clerk showed the reporter a col
lection of revolvers, and pointed out the
"bull dog" pattern of small five-shoot
era, with silver platings and ivory han
dles as the style most affected by women.
They cost $9 and $10. Double dirks,
with white bone handles and two and a
half inch blades, were also pointed out
as weapons purchasod and carried by
women, but, he said, not nearly so many
dirks were sold as revolvers.-St. Louis
low Henry Clay Prepared His
When he deemed it necessary to make
n argumentative speech, or what is
enerally called a set speech, he had his
>ooks piled into a carriage, and with his
ervant went just over the Maryland line
o the plantation of Hon. Charles H.
Jalvert, and there remained in privacy
mntil he was ready to address the Senate,
air. Calvert was one of the wealthiest
nen and leading agricnlturists in the
state of Maryland. Mr. Clay's room
was upon the ground floor upon the back
dlde of the house, and opened upon a
arge ,portico from which there was
~nagficent scene , as attractive a
place as a retired statesman ould desire,
mad the freedom of the plantation was
uis, with all its numerous servants, comn
[mng and going, arriving and returning,
is he pleased. Mr. Clay's room there
gives notoriety to the establisbhrient to
bhis day. Few strangers at Washington
in the summer time fail to visit it. It has
sver been the object of the proprietors
to keep the room as he left it. There
are his easy-chair, dressing-gowns and
slippers. But his set or argumentative
speeches were not what gave him char
aoter. He was not like Mr. Oalhuoun,
when he made an uninterrupted speech
in the Senate, nor like Webster in the
Supreme Courtb-room. It was for his
forensic or disputative talents that he
was distinguished above all other men.
Although the Senate and the galleries
would always be filled when it was an
nounced that Mr. Clay was to speak, yet
It was always with the expectation and
hope that some one would interrupt him
and a gand intellectual sparring exposi
tion would take place. Of all men whom
[ ever heard I never know one who could
endure so muoh interruption and discuss
so many side issues and yet finish his
speech with the entire facts and the en
tire line of argument marked out in his
mind from the beginning, as Mr. Clay.
Qould the enemies of Mr. Clay have
formed a combination never to interrupt
him nor be interrupted by him, they
would have deprived him of much' of his
Senatorial glory. The best speeches of
Oalhoun, Webster and Benton were well
considered, and read now much as when
delivered. Not so with Mr. Clay's best
peeches. They were uinpremeditated,
and as much a surprise to himself as to
his audience. Shorthand reporting had
not- then reached itspresent condition.
Thus, Clay must sufer with posterity
incapable of hearing the varied intona
tions of his ever-pleasing vole, or of
seeing his gestlculationus, his rising upon
his toes, his stamp of the foot, his march
down the aisles until his long fingers
would almost touch the President's desk
and his backward tread to his seat, all
the while speaking; his shako of the
head, his dangling hair, and his audience
in the galleries rising and leaning over
as if to catch ever syllable. 'As an imn
promptu, out-and-thus debater, always
ready, never thrown om his guard,
where is your equal of Henry Clay?
Pomn a LctCure byj John Wentworth,
The Beggars' Opera.
Dr. Swift had been observing once to
Mr. Gay what an odd, pretty sort of
thing a Newgate pastoral might make.
Glay was inohmed to try at such a thing
for some time, but aftewards thought it
would be better to write a comedy on
the same plan. This was what gve rise
to the "Beggars' Opera." He bgnon
It, and when first he mentione it to
Swift, the Doctor did not quite like the
project. As he carried it on he showed
what huewrote to both of us; and we
now and then gae a correction or a
word or two ofadvice, but it was
wholly of his own writing. When it
was done, neither of us thought it would
suoceed. We showed It to Congreve,
who, after reading it over, said: "It
would either take greatly, or be damned
confoundly." We were all, at the first
ight of It, in great uncertinty of te
ve 8 W we were much encorge y
pveinaI~the Duke of Agle, who sat
ia~buso us, ' t will do...
"Tswasa ood1 while ar
ihstset 4 ,andso gave us
ad to4 ttW Du)ad a more pate
GIve aMuch an he 0an, r M-onM
[or anrew baet,
3elfhialny you have mrridhi
Baise a rowf hdare to bow plea
anty to an old ladYfriend.
9t eerything Me woman next doo
gets whether $'a can afford it or not.
Provide any kind of a j4ck-up dim
nor for him when you don't expec
t rit out sometimes when you ar
good and mad that you wish you ha
married some other fellow you ued t
If he has an extra amount of brai:
work and comes home with his nervou
system all on a stretch-don't try to kee]
the children quiet. Tell them to mai
all the noise they want to, and thei
father is nothing but an old crosspatc]
Row TO SPOIL A WIFB.
How will this do?
Snarl at her.
Make her clean house untidy by you:
Find fault with her.
Boss her out of her shoes.
Always have the last word.
Be extra cross when she isharassed b3
the work and worry of wash day.
Quarrel with her for trifles.
Never be on time to your meals.
Growl when she forgets through i
multiplicity of duties to sew buttoms ox
Pay no attention to providing for th4
household and tell her nothing about itb
Spend the price of several new bon
nets for eigars, and then skip the bon
Tell her plainly you have married he
to do your work.
Raise a row if she dares to bo%
pleasantly to an old-time gentlemi
Find never ending fault if she happen
to want anything she sees the womai
next door having.
Grumble when she provides a pick-u
Let it out sometimes when you ar
good, and mad that you wish you ha<
married some other girl you used to g
If you have had a hard day's work il
the store or office, go home and let ou
your gall on this poor woman, who ha
baked and ironed, and mended, an<
tended children since sunrise. Don't tr
to hold your peevish disposition in chech
Growl and fuss and fame and find faul
with the little parent woman whose ros
cheeks you one time kissed, and swol
by all that's good that you would lov
and cherish her through life and deatia
The thing is about as long as broat
Love-Making in 1891.
When women shall have obtained their Rights
Edwin-" Believe me, dearest-"
Angelina-" Pardon me, Edwin, but
that the best adjective you can use
The word " dearest" implies that I hav~
cost you a ~eat deal-have been ver
expensive~ ow, when I prepanred ota
settslements with my solicitor, I--"
[Explains the Law of Real and Pei
Edwiu-." Thanks, darling, your lectur
has been delightful. But see, the moor
light tinges the trees without-"
Anigelina-" Moonlight? I am gla
you have memtioned the moon. Do gro
know that our planetary system is-'
[Exhaustively canvasses the who]
system of modern asitronomy.]
Edwin-" Wonderful ! But the nighi
ingale has begun her sweet singing
Angelina-" Really!i That remind
me, you told me the other day. that yo
knew little or nothing of natural history
I have an excellent memory, and will r<
cite a few chapters of White's 'Se:
borne ' to you. [Does so.]
Edwin, (awaking from his slumber)
"Ah, indeed!i But -come, my ow
Angelina-" Beloved one, as accurac
is to be more esteemed than affection, d
not call me thine. Until I am marrie
I am a femme solo, and even when ii
are united the tendonoy of modern legii
lation is to separate the parties. It wt
not so in the past-"
[Gives ahistory of the world from tli
Edwin (yawning)-" Charming!i Mo
interesting I Sweet Angelina, yon spea
so well, that I should like to hear yo1
voice mocking that nightingale. Sins
darling, sing I
Angelina-" I would rather toll yc
what I know of thorough bass. Bih
first let me correct you. I can scarce]
rival the nightingale. The human frau
differs materially from the frames <
birds and animals."
[Lectures upon anatomy in all il
Edwin (nhis sleep)-" Grand!i Ver
good!I (Waking.) .Ah i I mustbe ofi
Farewell, Angelina, the hours will seer
years when I am away from you."
Angelina-" Then they should no
There need be no confusion of time i
your case, as you are not about to trav4
round the world. Certainly, if yo
were, you would find your watch losin
as you moved southward. In connectio
with the subject I may say a little abot
' time.' You must know, then, that -
[Rapidly sketches the diflerence of tb~
real and ecclesiastical equinox, th
Gregrian reform, etc., etc.]
Ewin (tearing himself away-"Fart
well, dearest-I should say own one, <
rather femme eole. Good-by until I se
[E toattmptto escape to America
to avoid damages for a breach of prorz
Angeln ."ortunately I have take
m~mdian degree ndcan read hi
[Exit to har solicitor torestrain him!i
Women's Rights Among the Jlottentott
Women's rights appeat to be well sn
eatained and jealously guarded amon,
th. "oikoI. "In their- houses th
woman, or'taras, Is sh impreme ruler
thodusband has nothin; atall to say
Whi1l inhemen take the tmi
at borne t have not a
of the -bk~ h
of h e prstehoi I
r womea~oi ot p;therefore, at
. xouples, nver sees ~h
t wo befor and thez 1z
eti selelts beelooking o.'
Theoher is shown ro to a number
I of well-to-do Ohinamon, and, afterA4hY
o have inspected her ,e is subMttedto
what may be calleA bli auotion. At
a a recent sale at y young trl
s aged about nineteen wAS offered, and,
3after some spirited bidding, she was
i purchased by wealthy Chinese store.
r keeper, whose place of business is in
i one of the leading towns of New South
Wales, for $120. The melanoholy aspect
- of the Celestial girl, as she wen', aw
in company with the man who purchasa
her, was deplorable to the last degree.
North Chita Herald.
IT's very provoking when the editor
writes it " Meeting of the masses," and
the compositor, when setting it up, puts
a space in the wrong place and makes it
read " Meeting of them asses."-Ken
tucky State JournaL
Its star Sim As..ding.
In a recent call upon Mr. W. H. Me.
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i for the sale of the Star Chewing Tobacco,
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lived or died. I tried St. Jacobs Oil
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At ANagricultural writer says : " Hens
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yoars-old." When they arc 8, and be
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pxeriment that it would
do all we claim for it.
BROWN'S IRON DITTERS,
a complete non-alcoholic
tonic, wvill not only remove
all the nervous disorders and
weakness remaining after ex
cessive indulgence caused by
/4guar, but will absolutely
kill that desire for artificial
stimulants that every intern
perate man feels driving
him to ruin.
BROWN'S IT&ON BIrrERS
is also a rei>.rkable and
(having the confidence
of the medical- profes
sion) for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, and all disor
ders of the nerves, mus
eles, and digestive or
gans. As a spring tonic
foc- ladies, children, and
all1 that need new life and
richi blood, it is'without
an equal. Price $1 .oo a
bottle. Get the genuine.
ENTLEMEN:I have used Dii. iiAltThn's .InON
(twenty-ive years in mecdicline, have never found~
lIoN TroNIC does. In many cases of Nervous Prosi
poverished condition of the blood, this peerless reme
(ases th:tt have hafled some of our most eminent ph:
utble remediy. I 3rescribe it in preference to any lr
a8 DR. IARTlt'8 IRON ToNIC is a necesty in my
ST. Lotiq. Mo., Nov.
It a Ives color to the bloo, -
irtur'al healthful tone to
the <llgentivo organs, andl
*aervoen a ystecm, snak ing
ft applicable to Gener'Er
Debility, Loss of A .
tite, Prostrat lon of .'a
Powers arul Impotence.
MANUFACTURED BY THE DR. HARTER M1
agouts at. work, but the following e tracts shw the grea
n aborotaubscribe~;um rotst for the da'sork ftatorof
~o rl, wits:-"In one week I have adue nearly 150, akun
eflamost overy bouso." An agent at work in Canada writesA
~tonliihodl at my own success." Lettors making similiar et
mnako money much faster than agents were ever known to
9N no can rail to mako groat ay. Taut & Co., publ ehere
m nako over $20 a day. AOMNYS WANTEID for the wel -known, ~
9 ill: tratu fam:ily publicationn Aerica, a nhoeTra
9true; each number contains 24 large pages, 96 longceJuma
passeud. 12 BzAUTruu AND ELtOANT (un~oo GOSiyzg saR
9ton of the ordinarypictures that~ ar iven to subscribers. As
pIctures ever befor presentod to t e subscribers for any
-'loraldt3 months free to all who now subscribe, or fifteen m
9subscrIbe at once, and taken together with the immense sey
"we send to$ toe who order Outfits It would notb be to
9enable all who take agencies to ma'ko mone faster than ew
mannerlndssa crtnattf ge e showing that you are api
*hat ~5certs besetwhen It is orderd w ce ba ely pa$
furnish tree. As a further safeguard, we require every perso
9letter:.-Taus & Co. Send me at once the agnt's new Ou
*Outfit for the purps of gong to work at the business anld
cost of packing. Enclose I an 2fienta. Name--. P<
*take postag stamps, anud It ls ter to send them than to I
*good modition of every Outfit that Is ordered. The malfs cr
money In a common letter. If we have more ap licaton~ fo
6return the 26 cents sent fo sae anrpaeking toaypes
9all respects, or who, en t heusies Is not Nly sati
*AOBNTs CONDUOT THE BusgNse. The aen haylng gded
~showmng the mammoth Illustrated pape and elegntremi
~paylng only $1, will receive the paefr fifteen month1and
*as thle agent ma thhiJ best, thnames ofthe sub r se
is received, we fradto te agent the full set ot1 prem
~entiti~ng him or her to heaper for fifteen months. Weti
9and con I nne regularly o fifee months. When the gen
to the subscribers, coleting SI flrom each; thus atwill s
sand easy. We garantee the safb delivey in godcondition
*while passing trough the mall we are al ey ready to fill tI
PaKMIUN Onlaeo. 8o much room woul b elred that
art, sash ne of which Is worqlt tan of those ordiarly nrA
tOossng the Meadow. No.4I Oan Se~ aa o. h
5OhIld and Fet Lamb No. 8-Onr I~te Gardener.N,9a
:Mother and Child. oi. I2-Happy Hors. BPAusT4W..
ar Outfit at onc and vthe essti.a~E
Amaking such et pa I7 ut the nvestmen of ~Ii
lied a royabsns.Mn gnswow atth
nbe or should ntdela n~bi~
9;s toa all for It l# -~~ltaalt~g~ I~I3
Onot appear in he ~pr n~ol anv~
Thoseh aent i
*Al gnt atr wo d ao s
whaowr one r n
ourkow expento, o
: will curm air ri 69
%lout, allo troubles, 6"
laidOdvo an expelftfiot6U 00nqoml
erytaeof dvelopme$rth ede
Ifor stianints Ah I etvsgam~
VhaS feeling oif bearist down, causng" l
andbeekacho,R ti S n
It will At all trmtI and undot a
harmoniy with anta-orndie gn'
For the ure of )CWidtPsC plait 4o 'itbeg a
fompound Is unsurpasm1i. TA X (
LYDIA E. PINeUIAN'6. NTvt k
]POUND is prearo at us and us ANW
tn, mas. Prioo*L $.ix bottles for $S. A '
Inthe form of pills, also In the forn o I1''
receipt of price, $1 per bot for either.Mr
freely answers all letter of'Inquiry. tend ti p
Iot. Address an above. Mfentin this aper.
T0 family should bo without LYDIA P. PU*EAN
J tvER P e8. They cure consipation, biliousntiW
ad tornidity of the lIter. 26 oents perbo.
C AoID %old by all Dragiate. -
HO' IMPRO ED O3 ULAt SAirW iaM
O i .With universal laog
Send for eam Double Eo
reCIRCULARS r entreFriUon.
t A Fepmd.
auVfsEtired by A LEy IRON WosipN, b N G.o
And trdity o ndae of the Kier DNnt e YS*
Ite~ne the a~se f h ol g
onl tULAtis of Bhumtism Fctn
THOUAND OF ASE
havIfie4 b AEY Riv, i kn, SaEh T
I. faobwenb m ise-e ourf t r IN
J ES uE8 Our avutterafte Latoft ane
02Brheoither if flenlargdtmf0$e
ncuitg the lhadrial 4 e
A eN q e alieustd, tie aii theotse
KlC , 1 JesseD .O m e aR er O d ea h D l wD fe hi
WA LN RcARdSe-On in Cout.r,thFod
t~jt7.j AWKP.engrIaving~ of Gov.1 Cr*itenden,.. A....t4
~JJJ~ Ou IIItr. ATdir4. (.hrulas freej . Otatsde. 2
- Thir ilithe onl treatry. jBee
sma ih llertditioneE atd ilstrat
amssmmsamniuatt Lar.atl ad~ BWheaprat..
CCAT D . CW. aNo. I Wst 4thSt.. iacinath , O.
Publishers' n rAtanao G........Twen-h.-'89
Persone' arg rillaute.OtisO~=
anies Ste Thin. la~o~ .ru hsoy.Ie oo
JilAEpl 1ni~cdiu On i
.I'INTI.*W itxi, 4.- lj"e5I.,t.t.., 0
Mineurriy Bangor, iMe.
taxfde of rons, Iertvla
a platable f(os-u. '2'he
on y ~ps-era' tLos of Irons
that wEilt not blackenia the
teeth9Bo chewacteristic of
othe~r Iron ineparatios.
'toic n m prcteand inexience of
eanything toive the reenalis thtat, DRi. IIAlRTER'8
ration, Femae Deases, Iiyspepoa, sand an im
dy hats, in my hands, mad some wonderful clares.
81can hve iede 2 ti8greOath ad incomapar
)ractice. Dit. RIJ1EICT SAM3U1
~DIOINE Co., 213 N. MAIN ST.1ST. LO0IS.
e. In our lim~ied space we cannot p)ubbshl Tjtef~
value oft the business, and are fair samples of msn re
Now York writes:--''Yesterday I secured a vrs
ap to over 50." A lady agent asworkin theSate ofsa
g,,subscribers for your paper. I secure a subserter at
-"The first ten days Iwas out, lamade over *O.lI graas-j
atomenta are constantly coming to us. Aliwbo etagageY
make it before. Any one can become a successful agent.$
have always been in the front, and now make by farth
t at all uncommon for those who work at this biisiden; * *- ~'
eat family publication Turn Iu~.Uqtvan FsAxuv liexss
$1la year. The Herald is the lacgest gnd most elegantiy~
a anythn tothe contrar makes statements that are n~t
as. All ever heeooetought of outdone and fhaa
to BE arSBORsaatxa Each of thea. ohromos iswot *
beautiful works of high art, these chromes fur stqrpass any9 *X
publication. Aw ExtaAORoIxARY Qlrra. We send th
ynths in all for only $1- this great ofrer induces people to~
aidard publication, andtho 12 beautiful and valuable pe
st every house they visit. Oum PaIyAYX TZngS TA uN
publish our terms hiere; \our ternps are most libe~
sr they expected -to at any business. Ot Ae1~t.')ws
ever placed ina the hand. of antbyay blishers.
lion li'sts, instructions ior working in the most n st
pointod by us as agent. This large, expensie
ons ordering it, who do not mecan busin. w~ ecas
a (ar the packing and postage alone; the Outttefw
a who orders an Ontt to sendnas aooehfb1 ~ing
Ifit. I faithfully p romiss and assure you ttI otdert
not in ordler to get it free by just paying tho tage -
ast-offlee address--. County----. t.,- W
si silver in a letter. We garantee the se 4lny
a very trustworthy, and it is best to sendsmleno f
agencies from any locality than we need$ oohw~
ni at -once~and the Outfits are of course not sent.1
who, on receiving the Outfit, is not satfi~dwatl f
fled. No one faile-all are mote thanatvtdq
And received an Outfit goes around buSIo
aim eomos; he expiains that thos* * fb1D5
all12 of the ohremos fee. Then oned a Veek -~ s ~
cured are forwarded to us; loots a lisl
im chromos for eaoh subsoil -, a
:aen ecomenne to send th
I receives the chrom~ ege ~ ~ ~ 4.,
en that all conneetee wi
of all that isordrd
iseorder over noour
L to subses e0~
h1osa Lains ~ .