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Duty from Different Standpoints.
BY MRS. M. E. SANGSTER.
fcJ ft'is" not, I 'say it boldly, e yery
body's duty to become a Sunday
gcboot teacher If, for example,
..school is opened at nine, and yon
cannot get there till a quarter of
ten, it is your duty to stay away.
I know a bright eyed, merry class
..of boys, who invariably wait just
that length of time for their
Jeaoher, who comes leisarely
along, forty five minutes too late.
swings himselt into a seat, and
says, "Good morning, boyswith
the most . nonchalant . air, in. the
world. If you are Uo lazy, or
too delicate, or too. much occu
pied, Mjr .too "anything, to bj in
'umt, don't have any scruples
about giving yoor class" up aito-1
gether. . ,
Be men of action ; keep . the
school Tusy; let all the time be
filled up. Be punctual ; begin
and close at the minute, j j
t.Let the teachers and scholars
read a well selected, impressive
Wi.n .f Scripture in
nn iAr en mo nna iatt rut niwir.i
edjy; read, till; all retain it and
carry if home. ' ";
Be sure that the whole school,
not a few classes only, hear "a
pvorfllor season" " every Sunday.
MAkalk'ef twe -'minntes may con
vey a seed- thought for eternity.
Supply your classes with apt,
f iftejeatrfi: faithful teachers. If
yxrahave' few" such, give them
large classes, rather than have
many classes manned by dull, in
competent, irregalar teachers.
Immortal, pictures, must . notLbe
tainted by bungling fingers.
,IlCP-ayi special -attention to the
music; let it not drag; insist on
lively singing and correct time.
Make the room as attractive as
money and taste can .make it ;
JcoMprtahle I well L ventilated,
adorned with pictures and now-
''ersr" "' ; - -
Use the blackboard ; make, the
ftMttt five f through the eye reach
-tW Bofll. Bare the school graded
according to the age and capaci
ty oi tne scnoiars.
,neltcn ' h'i i " j
A' girl, about to leave her Sun
day-school class to go into the
country,- informed one "of the
teachers i when the "teacher in
'Ojnrefflf ghd Joyed her Sunday-
school, iier reply was, "Yes, sir."
"And if you can do anything
lor ue school would you de it V
"ies," sne replied, with a
beam of pleasure ou her counte
nance, "that I would." " '
"Well, then," said the teacher,
"you can do something." "
.rtVWhat can I do, sir "
. "Why, yen can pray to God to
bless your teachers and school
" She answered, 'I can't pray."
" Tviiyynot pray f"
,A this question the - Scene
ofianged ; the smile, which ap
peared a few moments: before,
forseok her countenance, and she
buret into tears. Her reply was :
( can not pray myself; the
ppint oi uoa must help me."
' This remark was true: we ought
1"a a f -B . .
an to ieei mat we need help
irom Ktfta to enable us to pray.
Let at ask God then to teach ns
tfcpraj-, remembering that JeSus
says, i Without me ye can do
nojning'y-r.r?Mn Pilgrim. ( i
Humility. Farm, and Household.
Feedings Hens for Laying.
An old woman once related
'what she said' was very singular
circumstance, namely, that when
eggs "were high her hens stopped
laying, but when they were cheap
she always had plenty to aelL
A. writer in the Country Gentle
man telle of a way by which any
one can nave plenty of eggs in
the season when they are usually
scarce and high priced:
How we have plenty of hens'
f ggs in winter is an important
qveeaen witn-bouse&eepers" in
the country,, A neglected poultry
bocj lsan- TinproiiiaDie enonm
braneeSipoir the farm,and farm
ers are apt to suffer a good deal of
loss by means of neglect in this
ajn ether natters ef farm mar-
gemeni7jQgi Decause tney dis
like to e thorough in the details
of small attentions. ; It was late
in'fhe fall before I get fairly in
stalled in my new country house
at "The Evergreens," but having
peyprjugn omcial in poultry as
sociation, on paper, during the
years of my editorial life, I deter
mined, , to have a stock of .nice
lewis, upon which to put my fan
cies into practical effect The
best I could do at the time was to
procure a lot of broody old hens
which a b roods tock poultry man
was willing to spare and I went
mw ioe winter with smalt hopes
of eggs until next spring. I was
soon. pn. familiar terms with my
feathered' flock and put upon
them a course of feeding for prac
tical effects. Every morning I
fed a dish of hot mush, made of!
coarse corn meal in which was
put all the potato peelings and
leavings from the table, and
eiirapa . nf refused meats. TM
feed was washed down with clean
cold water, of which the fowls
drank very freely. During the
day, when the .weather was fair,
the fowls ran out under the hedge
rows and among- the evergreen
trees,, where they picked up ; a
few' i healthful morsels of seeds,
bads; ete!,'nd had free access to
heaps of old. lime, merter and
gravel siftings. Just before roost
ing time in the afternoon they
had a light feed of whole, dry
corn, which put their crops in
good condition for a night's re
pose. This alternation produced
tne desired effect the hot break
fast warmed them np in the morn-
ing and kept their bowels free,
and the dry corn at night pro
longed the warmtn and furnish
ed a nutritious aliment which car
ried them over -the cold of . an
otherwise torpid condition dur
ing a winter night on the roasts.
The.resulU was, that before
New Year's day my3roody eld
hens were giving us all the eggs
we needed for the table, and the
lays of the poultry yard, in both
time and production were very:
grateraJi .It - w
Coal Ashes about Plum Trees.
i had a very nrettjplum tree
in my yard a year ago last sum
mer. It had but few plums on
it- It looked healthy but the
fruit fell off until seven very im
perfect plums remained. That
fall I dug about the tree, cut
away the grass, and spread coal
ashes, from fKe stoves, around rrf-
for two or three feet, and two or
three inches deep: and tramped
.. V t t M 4 ' . - .
toe asnes jignuy aewn. The lol
lowingspringUid tree leaved out
nicely, was full of plums and
nearly all remained, an until ripe
uii wer ine-urancnss uutt
I bao, to tie them np to support
tie "weight? 'The fruit was quite
perfect in size and shape. I am
sure the manner of treatment
was the cause of the .improve
ment. I . think fruit . trees could
be thus improved both in qual
ity and., quantitytxa? fruit they
would produce. Wm. II. . Wood
en, Madison, Ind.
Coal Ashes about Plum Trees. Second Nice Gruel.
Boil . r one r tofclerpaonful of
grouha rice, rubbed smooth with
cold water, in a pint and a half of
muK, with wt jt annamoa and
seasou wiin sais. ,., ,, .. ,ia ,
....-.. . ;
.Take' three tablespoonfuls; of
sago and wash in cold water.then
add one quart of boiling. bot milk
and . boil for twenty minutes;
sweeten and flavor' with lemon
peel, or a tablespeonful of bran
.Wash a teacupfu! of . tapioca,
soak it for three hours in cold wa
ter, turn off the1 water and - pour
over it one quart ot boiling wa
ter; add the grated peel of one
lemon; sweeten to taste, and boil
for one hour.
IhlYctWp'buau,s of yellow
seap in a dish suspended in i
kettle, of, .boiling i water add s
qtartextota pobod ich tf strain
ed honey and palm oil, and three
cents worth of oil of cinnamon.
When cold it is ready for use.
Young, sweet corn, pepper,salt
nutmeg, butter hot in the pan.
Grate the corn from the cobs in
to a basin, ieasoa land- atop by
spoonfuls, mtp, the-pai-and fry
antilbrowh. Tliis'ls'a delicious
breakfast relish, but requires
con8iderable1im4 to prepare.
Corn Fritters. Isinglass Jelly.
Bnil nan nnnra nf isinirlaes
shavings with a slice1 bf brown
bread crust and a handful of Ja
maica peppers, in one quart of
water, tram ltris .'reduced atr a
piht;strafiilnto' a mold.' A table
spoonful of this jelly taken in
milk is a good tonic for dyspep
sia.. ... ; ..... ., . , , :
To Preserve Clothing Pins.
. .They should.be boiled, a. few
moments and quickly dried once
or twice a month, when they be
come, more nasible and durable.
CJothes linesiwfil las toniajnd
&eep in ueuer oraer iorwasn-aay
service, if occasionally treated in
the same manner.
If lbj frost Jta bread is .wished
tender, as soon as the loves are
taken out of the oven, wrap them
in a wet cloth wrong from cold
water, andtbem layjpitjcdry
towel. A -J--
A niece of red neoser. the size
of your fitigefnail; put Into meat
or vegetables when beginning to
cook, will aid'greatly in killing
thet t unpleasant .odor arising
ineretrom. xtemeniDer tnis lor
boiled cabbage, green beens, on
J V : T. a.a. e
To Preserve Clothing Pins. [Correspondence of the Dally Times.]
New Discoveries of Indian Bones.
As I was lately making a mineral
search 1 found a bank of ashes on
deriahiga shelving clirT efioofcs,
where jio raia could itall tk -them.
They seemed to . be pure, but with
out any strength." J With P. Green
well 1 commenced excavating. ' In
two days we had taken out of the
ashes over thirty skeletons of Indi
an, w-jsom or extrtTne'i act
taken oat.. The deposit of ashes
seems to bejfortt joetto'ag by twen
ty wide, and we have been down
seven feet, which would make 5,600
cubic feet, and "we have not vet
round the bottom of tbe ashes, ex
cept in one place, where there seems
to have been a very .hot. ii re for a
long time. Two cord of wood to
the foot of ashes twouM make II
2WoWis tosyw-eeeffinsed. Now
the! questJi(mV'wW'Srs this for,
and how were .the Indians buried in
tbe ashes, and , great many of their
bones' b4rntM a perfect cinder?
w ltn the same proportion of bones
in the rest of the ashes, there would
probably be over one hundred and
fifty skeletons in the bank,
I have not found anything in this
excavation that as Meat mada.of
mtUliZQI lany tatetaio.a.iinplsd
meats. 1 have round daggers of
Bints ten or twelve, inches in. length.
very sharp and "dangerous, and
buckles or ornaments made of stone,
coal, and shells of muscles and al
so horns with holes. drilled tlirouah
them, and which seems to have been
worn for a , long time. Timber is
large within a few hundred yards of
the bans: ZU inches to 4 feet in
diameter. , This timber could not
have been used here at the time of
the burial, so it must have been at
least one baiidrea'i.ad'iifly. years
There have been a number of ner-
sons from Hardinsburg, the county
seat ef Breckenridee countv. to see
this wonder, and they have taken a
laree number of hnnpu tn that tarn
Further- axplpratkml wfllM taadei
in a ohnrf r. v.V 4 :n
. uic, aiter wuica x wui
write you again.
New Discoveries of Indian Bones. H. CLAY JOLLY.
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St. Fbila. Naming; this paper ..
NESS, AND THROAT DISEASE,,
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m AGEBTQ WAFTED FOB THB -
HISTORY OF THE
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a history of tbe Rise and Progress of tbe order
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The Hizhest Medical Authorities of uroi
says tbe strongest TBnic Purifler and Deol
taTUOH VUW tO WM9 UIOUICIU WUflU IV
It arrests decay ot vital forces, exhaustion of
cue nervous system, restores vigor to tne ue
bilitated. cleanses vitiated blood. removes vesi
cale obstructions and acts directly on the Li v-
er ana spieen. rriceaia noiue. -iuuji vj.
nvnosiAiULr, xeiriausK, a. i.
C0N8TANT EMPLOYMENT at Home.
Male or remale, pa week warranted. No
capital required. Fall particulars and aval
sable sample Bent free. Address with 6-eent
return stamp, au i a ti, xvo ruin street,
'cures by its mild, beaT-
the 1 incase yields
when the system has
been put in perfect
orucr wiin arocior
MedlealllscoTerT9 which should
be taken earnestly to correct blood and
system, which are always at fault, also
to act specifically, upon tbe diseased
uiua ui uw nose ana lis cn&jnuers.
Ltarrh Itemedv should Iwannlicd with
Dr. Pierce's Nasal Done he, with
which medicine can be carried hiah up
aiidperertViapplictltoall parts of pas
Bajres andcnaisbcrs In which sores and
ulcers exist, ami from which dischnrfe
procoetU. bo sncccsefui taa this course
of treatment provca, that the proprietor
offers $GQO Howard for a case of
uCoid in Hcv.'l " or Catarrh which he
cannot cure. The two medicines with
instrument, for 92, by ail drugglsta.
Truth is Mighty and will
Purifies the Blood and
stores the Health.
71 Years of Age.
Bast MaESHPTKLD. Aur. S3 .1810
Mb. Stkvbns lear Sir: 1 am seventy-one
earsexage; have suffered many years with
Lidnev Complaint, weakness in mr back and
stomach . I was Induced by friends to try
yoor Vegetine, and I think it the best medi
cine ibr weakness of the Kidneys Itverused.
I have tried many remedies for this complaint
and never found so mnch relief as from the
Vegetine. it strengthens and invigorates tbe
whole system. Many of my acquaintances
have taken it, and I believe it to be good for
all the coniDbiints for whic b it is recommend.
ea. l our, iuoiau a. Bu.x,tkM.A.x
' A Source of Great Anxiety
tlie use of Vegetine. Her declining health
was a source of irreat auxietv to all of her
friends. A few bottles or the cgettue restor
ed her health, strength and appetite.
Insurance and Real Estate Agent,No.49Sea
Auuuing, uoston, uotus june a, ivi.
Recommend It Heartily.
8outh Boston, Feb. T, 1870.
Mr. Stevens Dear Sir: 1 have taken several
bottles of your Vegetine, and am coo vinred it
is a valuable remedy for Disoeusia. Kidner
Complaint and General Debility of tbe svstem
can heartily recommend it to all suiToring
irom tne aoove complaints, lours resp y.
AU. aUHttUfi rAKaiVu, one Awens St.
What it Needed.
Boston, Feb. 13, 1871.
Mr. H.R. BtAvena Dear Sir. About 1 vaar
Since I found mvself in a feeble condttion iroi
general debility. Vea-etine was strongly reo-
ommendes to me Dy a irienu wno nati oeen
mucn oenenteu nr its use. i ieei mute conn-
dent that there Is no medicine-superior to it
for those complaints for wnlcn it is especially
prrparou, and woniu cnmnuii; rwommenu II
to those who feel that they need something
restore them to perfect health.
Respectfully yours, I'. M. PKTTINGILL,
Firm of 8. M. PettingiU 4 Co, 10 Sute Street,
prepared, and would cheerfully recommend i
Veretlne extends Its influence into everv
riart of tbe human organism commencing with
ts foundation . correctica diseased action ami
restoring vital powers, creating a healthy for
mation nnd ouriucation of the hloo.1. ririwim.
out disease, and leaving Nature to perform lu
allotted task. Vcgotlue is sold by all drug,
UTOUNTAIN DEW SOAP.
Ilia rood as Castile; costs but a half to oue
cent per pound, ingredients everywhereioost
jniosi noiniug. Autlrely new discovery. A
Mild or ten yoars can make enough in an hour
last a fainilr six months. Savin nf sin tn
HJ yearly in houteholils. All parties paid Ibr
trouUeof writing irdissatislleil. Kecommend.
ami used bv thoussnils in uraferonce to anv
soap in the world. Washes without ruhliiug,
and made without a particle or Ive or grease.
Hend SOets. currency ami postage stamp and
reel ve lull particulars bv returu mail. W1L-
ARO A. BKOWN. Fourth ami wnlniitstr!
pip! I !
J3a Or- Sm s " 5
Philadelphia, Pa, wml.
RICHNESS OF TONE !
Su rpassed by None.
"ho Estey Is becoming
a Household Word ,
Large Numbers are Being
,. sold in this and ad
CAX BE SEEN BY CALLING AT THE
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM;
Rev. 31, P. FOGLEGONG,
Great Cash Sale !
PRICES TO SUIT TnE
Look to Your Interest.
THE FIRM OF
John Spencer & Son!
Paint Valley, Ohio,
With a view to changing their business, will
tell tneir KNTIBX STOCK of
Worth of Good.
Now Is tbe time for Bargains. Don't fail to
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OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
BOOTS AN p SHOESi
READY-MADE CLOTHING, I
Good Tariety aad Nice Styles of
Black Alpaca for Woeata, worth tl V .
Delaines ti, 18 and SO seats per yard.
flannels SO and as eeata, that heretofore n-
taiita ior aaa w eennv.
A NICK LOT OP
Cassiineres, Jean, c.
Best Stockinc Yarn 71 eeata, worth L
We would caU the attention of younr men I
to oar stock of LTothina, as good as was ever I
in ue county.
Our entire stock of PRINTS at 10 cents per yd.
Extra White Drips Syrap for 80 cents worth n
Carbon Oil SS cents perraL (Ohio Legal Test)
Notions in Grate Variety.
All kinds orProilaoa will be receivml t th
nnrnw v-wn mcei, inciuams; w neat, oats.
n.c, uuvftwawH, VWI, LlOTCr anU lIDBOUlT
Seed Ac Poultry 0 fat Hogs also taken ia
JOHN SPENCER & SON.
E. H. Strubbo,
repetfl,lly aaitouitoe to th ltl-
V V HDI OI rtOamM ajsVfJ ablrOIBIBaT OOUDIIM.
that he is Dreuared to do ail work 1 A is Unc
anil gusraatce saiisfacUoo.
Harness Made to Order .1
H hat the rfirht tor this county for the
1HHH PATKNT TIW BUCKUi, wbick b in-
ior to ail outers.
Hone bub the best srorkraea employed.
E. H. STRUBBE.
Berlin, Aug. SO, lilt
Or. J. Walker's California Tin
ejrar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the Da
tive herbs found on tbe lower ranges of
the Sierra Kovada mountains of Califor
nia, tbe medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without thevso
of Alcohol. The .question is almost
daily asked, "What is tbe cause of the
unparalleled success of Visecak Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, nnd the patient re
covers his health. iThey are the great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. 1 Never before in the
history of the vorld has a medicine bct-n
compounded poaseasrn; the remarkable
qualities of TlXKSaa BimtBs in hodint: the
sick of every disease man is heir to. they
are a gentle Pnrgatire u well oa a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dn. AVatKEu's
VntEGAR Bittkbs are Aperient, Diaphoretic
Carminative, Vutritions, Laxative, Liuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tire, sad Anti-Bilious. I- ' ,':.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrs
eoab Bittebs the most wonderful In
Tigorast that ereraustained th sinking
system. !..tt::-. . ., t! .
.No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious. Bemittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in tbe valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Itio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko
anoke, James, and many otheu, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual beat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and otber abdominal viscera. - In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow.
erful iniluenee -upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for tbe purpose equal to
DR. J. WALKEtt'S VlSEGAR BlTTKKS,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at tbe same time
stimulating tbe secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring .the health j
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with ViXHctit
Bittxks. - No epidemic can take hold
of a system thns fore-armed. ...
Dyspensia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Fain in tbe Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tbe region of tbe Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offspriDg3 ef Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas Swelled-Neck. -Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations. Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes. etc.
In these, a in all other constitutional llis-
eases, Walkkb's Yixegak Bitter have
shown their great curative powers ia Uie
most obstinate and in tractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilions, licmit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases nf
tbe Blood, Liver, Kidncvs and Jiladder,
these Bitters hare uo equal. Such Disease
are caused by Vitiated lilixxL ,
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
l'lumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaterst. and
Miners, as tney advance in life, are subjpet
ta paralysis of the Bowers. To guard
against this, take a dose nf YTalkkk's Vu
KQAR BlTTKRS occasionally. ....
For Skin Diseases," Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Khenm, Mutches, Spots. Piuiplcs,
Pastilles, Boils, Carbuncle, King-worm,
Scald-head, Sore Eye. Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs, Discoloration of Uie" Skin, Humor
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a short time by the use
of these Bitters.
Fin, Tape, and other "Worms,
lorkinff in the si-stein of so manr thonsmjiiis.
ore effectually destroyed and removed. 'o
system nf medicine, no vermifuges, no an
thelmftiitie will free Uie system from worm
like these Bitters. ,
For Female Complaints, in yoanz
or old, married or sinjrie, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tbe turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Piaiplus, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul : your feelings will tell vou wben. Eeep
the blood pure, and the .health of the system
n. a. MeDOSALD CO.,
Drnrrtxts anil Gen. Airts San Francisco. CnnTnraia.
ami cor. of Wnsliininon ana Cuorllon Sra. N. V.
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City, Griiitel, Kcwton,D Moines, '
Council Bluffs and Omaha,
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Where It Joins with the rnion Paeine Railway
for Dearer, Salt Lake City, Saorameat. Saa
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Trains leaTe daily, as follows: '
Omaha, Learenworth a Atchisea Kxpresa,(ex.
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Peru Accoumodation, (except Saadarsi,
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oi vision oetweea
connectlnr at LeareiMrorth with Eissm i-
Icino and Missouri PaciDe Railroatrs. and at
Atchison with Atchison. Itopeka Jt 8ana Pe,
Central Branch Union Pacine-and lirliu.1. .
Nebraska Railroads, for all poiats ia
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This Comuanv have built a full flnMnMMi
Palace Drawing Room aad Sleeping Cars,
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passengers are unequalled, ifenualed. by an . "
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PThrough tickeu lor sale at all General
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