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The Clarke Courier
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, March l, 1899.
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Cents j?'r-"|iiiir?' fur eavvb i al inaer
ti??ii Adren a j tava half
? year or | ? il ? - - ra
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Marshall McCormi?k & Son.
We hut?- I'.rini'i ? p irtu? -r?hip to afsj ti? |
,a ill i>ii-iiu-si will rsseeswe prompt ?u
>rrn ? <?n I'liunli St . in ?otirt ?aasassasj
W. T. Lewis.
.till alt i?l BO any htisiin-ss eoBBsnUttod t<>
linn m ttis-?<?urt? of i'larke hiu? ailjoining
. .ninth's Mpttrlssl attention arJvssn t?> rjolle*>
tlona. ? ''ti' ?' "'? ?hur? h Mir.'? I :?. ?riy OfSpO
its- the jail- I v
A. Moore, Jr.,
IraftictsM in tli?'('?iiirtM i?f Clarke an?l a?l
...ninii onintier?, and in the iViirt i?f Ap
?lines ?In the Olarke ?'utility Hunk
1 nihling. jan .'? H
G-iles Cook, Jr.,
FROJ?T RO ?j?L, \ ./..
. ill nttantj to ;tny i>u- rnmitt?jd t?
in tin- < i re nit Court oft larke count r.
John. Y. Page,
<*<tmiiii?w4i<iii?'r in Channrj
Sam'l. J. C. Moore,
BERRY} ILLS, I./.
Will practice In tin- orsurta of Ctavrko, ire-i?
vVarren .hisl l..iii.lniin counties in tti
ipffSsBsVS) i'??un ?.i ApfBBSsis ni the ."Mate, m
??il a* in UsO U 8 ? <?urt itt ilarnsoutmrg.
Dr. G. H. Oliver,
BEX hl I'JLLK. \:-L
I-?>r several year? u privat? pupil ? >! Prof. J
K. HlKlsCs.ni, Hll'l H KTUllUutl-Hi till- lillltlllllll
^i'i'I I ?ental Mir iery. lias locuteil |h
inaiicntly in Perry viue. I
Nitrous t ? a. uis- tniM u'liiuniistirt'il
.?s"r*""orri*a?in i- niuMing. on
,..|.|.itt s i'rug .?tore.
Having ailiicil largely t?> my nt?>?k ??( Ku
niture, tlie jMiiilic *- invites! tu ?all .uiil it
snssefl tin- sain?-. In reg.tr?! to pfioaa 1 wis
i\ l can competa vritti may bouse In tl
Look at These Prices :
BBD6TEAD6, m o?u o* p.-piar. IVonatl <
tin, Murouus alul TYnshsTlninll wry chea
also, ?ink Sulelioanls an?! .->ai?-s l'.trlor I
hie?, Wamirohes, nuit ami puplavr Kam
Staints, Kxleusion I'uole-. in oak ami within
Wnvi'li Wire .\Iattr?*sses. gooil ijllitllty, sf.it1
Slunk ami .til huir MatUWa"Bses trum *?.! >m
*1J i*i Solad oak Suita, very in??-, only #1
Very line oak Suits, inn iy carved, eJJ
?.in. Parlor Suit.*, in oak. walnut ur cherr
?*J-> und up.
Also, a larks' lut of ohl fashioneii spli
I'i'tl'iiu t'ha?ra anil Kockera at *?'.!?.> ami u
jut set. A flnS)nassOftsssOnl <>1 Fancy Hoc
lag Chain?, Oak, Maple ami Kattan. tl.
II I' DBalHL, Agent.
Undertaking a ?Specialty
1 keep ill Stock all grades ?it Caskets al
?'ntlins, such us hlatk cloth, walnut ai
cherry, hlaok cloth Metallic CsMkOtn, ai
whiU- Casket? 1 ais.? ?lo embalming wh
rsjUUSSstrsd. Or.lera l>y telegram prompt
filled. 1 have the finest Hearse in the VI
ley, and satislaction guarantied in all OSSS
In all 11 us i ties? matters my motto ik r?i ri BAI
anil no trouble will he apsvtsMJ to ?I?' -
luar.Mtf II P. DBAAL
Marbe & Granite Work
< or OaotfO ami Nortli Stre. t
Diehl # Uro.,
M a a u facturt-rs of
v ?VIMKNTS. - TOM HS, - STATT]
Sinti? ami Mari.le
and all kinds of
Building Marble and Sandston
AU ordern promptly filled at the Ion
rates All work guaranteed.
*ep | 'ft2
W. H. ELWELL.
I !Hrii?kM.s >Inli?ki
? ANI? UK M.KR IN?
Saddles, Collars, Whips, L
Has removed hin enstaMishinent lo Ho
street, at the r?*ar of S K. Haugh -nan's rjrs
Kepajring promptly donn. li'ii
Digests what you eat
It artlflcially digests the food and n
Nature In atrennthening and rvec
?tructlnR the exhausted digestivo
gana. It is the latest discofereddt
ant and tonic. No other prepar
can approach it in efficiency. I
?tantly relieve? and permanently <
DynpepslH, Indigestion, Heart
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, N
Sick Headache. G astralst a, Cran \ ?
all other results of imperfect diK
Prepared by E C DsVVltt A Co.. C!
THK t'OCKlKICS faeilitie? fordoing
js>b work are not surpasse?! hvanv 0
H th? Valley of Virginia
JUAN OF ARC.
WS ?ir.? non familiar with the hin
; ttnv of this hundred years* war b*
t'A? tu Krauet* and Fnglaiid. We
halve ?ven Kilwartl III banal down the
I" rem h. sttek th.-ir eines, and ravage
their fields. We ?a?tVfSMN the .?daugh?
ter ..f French knights at Cressy and
I'o.ters iind Agiucourt. We have
, Seen lbs t.r-or of Hit* Kuglith name
jriru* '?J??" '?i** Fnuch to him h an ?\
j tent that ?me Fnglishman ?an i.v.r
? tune five Frenchmen in the open
In the dreadful orgy of lust and
Crime WS Cttn hear the ?ton I tin. f
tain, La Mire, al?iriii that "it <...!
? himself were a soldier, he would turn
A country hny laved Israel; and a
country girl whs to srtv?- France.
Wars anil tumours of wats aren
all about her. The ?ir was full ol
the clash of arm?-. The wounded
soldier often ?topped in for a night'i
?heiter for nourishiiii nt ami foi
< ?nee the alarm . aiiu that hum
remy was to u pillaged, and tin
? villagers had to Bee for shelter.
Thus round ibe tireside at ei fs
tiler's house .Joan wasj iu fnil cootac
: with ibe troubled tinte?. Mi? bean
; all the sUrttngs ?tories which wen
alloat, and the iiii-.-n.-s of bel fOlin
t rv spoke t?> hei ever? dat.
. h? aid I ii? ni tal k in ;i\\ ? .tin
IS hope of t be Old prophet x ?i
Merlin, that "Ki muv. loel bv a v\ u
man, shall be sa\e?i i?v a woman."
Her wonder gres m ?be besn
thetn tell that the woman who h.i
t?? deliver France was to lie a \irg i
ami was to tome frooi the nisrshe
of lAinaine?her own country.
The heroines of the Bible arouse
her imagination; the ik??!? of he
prostrate and bleed i tig country wnin
her heart; the intense religioui
within l.er turtsed h? r thoughts t
i.od: and the until terahle yeitrnin,
of all the people round her for I h ?in
help, for Divins deliverance, feil th
wishes, tin* hopes, the aspirations. <>
this pious, superstitious, imaginan?
girl until they hurst into the hoi
tiaiiie of faith.
She believed that Merlin's propht
CJ, applied to her. Sin- believed 111?
the heroines of the Bible were to In
..n in her. She believed ?hi
Voices, voices from on high, Cnllc
on her to go forth and deliver Prune
Ths father wished bei to man
A suitable inateh was offered be
anil the lover was so eager that I
even sought the aid of the courts
force her consent, but without su
she rowed to reniai ti a virgin, an
she was constant iu her belief th
heavenly \ oices called her to tl
great work of saving Fiance.
And m?w the wind begins toset
? loan's favor. Faith begets fait
The scoiVing Governor sudden
grows attentive ami respectful. I
brought a priest to see her with
view of learning whether the spii
that possessed her was good or ev
She received the holy man upon h
bended knees, made a good imprt
sion upon him, and he reported fa
orablv to the hesitating Governor.
?still he doubted, and still be d
For three weeks the poer girl w
kept waiting and during this wen
interval she lived with Catherine
Royer, helping her in houselu
work, and spending much tune
piaver in the chapel.
The people of Yaucouleur?- IK
came forward as her friends. TI
gave her a horse and the eipiipinei
of a soldier. Then came news of
battle in which the French had,
usual, been beaten.
"hi Cod's name, let IDS go," si
.loan; and at last the (?overnor ci
He gave her a sword and ? let
to the King.
With her two pledged knights a
four armed men of lesser rank, i
set out on February tSfd, M-.'??. to
to the King.
She did not see lier parents to
them farewell, but she sent then;
letter entreating their forgivenes?
Surrounded by the Knglish,
supplies cut off, abandoned by
Church, forsaken by some of tl
allies, what hope wus the e for
leans and France?
Home by the swift feet of nil
came wonderful tidings tothestri
en city. A virgin had arisen oui
Iaorraitie, as was foretold by the an
c nt prophecies, and was even now
on lier way to see the King, and to
undertake the del i veranee of < )r leans.
Perilous was .loan's journey H
ChiUOO, where ('liarles was holding
hi-, -habhy little court, wearing his
! old shoes -the distrustful bootmaker
having carried away the wew ones.
Finally .loan is recei\ed.
In plain, earnest tersas she states
"I am Joan the Virgin, sent l?v
God to save France." She asked for
troops that she might go and save
( >i leans.
("bailes was much disposed to
It her it> a \;.??ionarv, but seeing
the ?tupressiou ehe bud created, be
hesitated. She was lodged with the
King's lieutenant and treat?*! well.
Day after day she renewed her re
quest for troops.
After full inquiry into her life and
charact?-!', after hearing what the
had to say, after viewing her clad ac
a male Soldier, which was? af tel ward
charged against net by the Church
>t- i crime, the examiners sanctioned
her tlliasiou. and urged ('bari?
ng terms to equip her for th?
A suit of beautiful armor is mam
for bei; a w bite tinnier, embroider? i
with lilies, il given her: a rust'
IWord i? found iu a clench am
.red into creditable appearance
a militari staff in appointed 1er; be
brothers, Peter aud .lohu, who ?":
lowed i:?-! tu i binon, ai?- placed il
her retinue; tw?i liages are appointe*
for in! service; her two faithfu
knights are placed in her troop; th
Archbishop of Ubeimi accompanie
her; so.diers are enlisted, and uli i
* Cufurl the white banner; an
(?ue can hear the silvery tones 0
her thrilling voi? e come break i 0
through the mi??ts of time.
Night ami morning, as that arm
; marched, there is a ceremony Joa
will not omit.
An altar must be raised, aud tti
on-ecrated standard placed besitl
it; the soldiers kneel, the prie
I their holy office, sailed son::
sung, and the Virgin takes tin Ss
rainent ? her troops taking it wit
Woe unto the enemy which sue
an army, led in such a spirit, sha
meet iu battle!
Already the F.nglish were ha
whipped. The French had bet
aroused to confidence. They saw ti
hand of God in it. How could tin
It was an Hge when sorcery ai
witberaft were believed in. Tl
English were superstitious, and tin
believed that ?loan was sent by tl
Hence both armies fell into tl
same faith, so far us the supernat
ral character of the Virgin*! uiissu
was cone Tned ?tile ground for di
pu te was, who sent her, (?od or t
When ?loan entered Orleans t
ge had already lasted since Ocl
her. It was now May. The Fugli
had been steadily gaining ground';
the while; and at no time had t
French prospects beeu so gloomy
they were when she arrived.
But in ten days after her ma|
touch was laid to the work the Ki
lish bad been utterly vanquished a
The fearless and tireless girl u
in 'he thick of the light all the tit
was ever the lirst to advance, and I
last to retire.
Her lips, ever uttering words
pity for the wounded, ever breathi
prayers, ever chiding profanity h
. I ?L J
levity, were also ready and cousti
with t he battle cry of "i >nward!"
Struck down with a severe WOO I
.?.in- herself drew the iron f.om
and was up aud lighting again.
j time to save the day.
Neve? was she petulant and har
save when the chief taint foiled
plans for advancing.
Rude, unutterably rude, were sn
of the insults cast in her teeth
Tears would dim the glorious e
at such times, but she fought oi
never resting, never doubting. :
herself would catch up the seal
ladders and place them against
walls when no other dared do
heedless of cannon shot and fly
She herself would cm rv her \\
ner to the eery forefront of the strug
"Watch my standard; when it
touches the walls, the place will he
And the heroic girl would press it
forward, ever forward, until the silk
en folds of white and gold touched the
walls, and her glad cry rang out,
"The victory is our??!''
Time and again she rallied the
broken ranks Time and again she
compelled triumph by refusing to
| fall back when the men said retreat.
And the final overthrow ?>f the
English ami the breaking up <?f the
siege of Orleans were due In her in?
domitable pluck in coutinuii
fight when the chieftains had order
ed a retreat.
The common people crowd about
her as she journeys from Orleans to
Tours. They hail her with tear> ?if
joy; they reverently touch her hands.
her dress; even sloop down and kiss
the footprints of her horse?
The King con es to meet her. lie
offers to confer nobility on her
God hail left that to hun!
At the bead of the rictorioni
?Ii Joan followed 'he retreating
j Fnglish. she met them in fair tight
'. in the open field ami heat them
first lime such a thing had befallen
the Kuglish at the hand.- of t?.?
French in at . , - She took
from them citv after citv. until t Iu
way was i ? bar?es to go U
Whelms and be crowned Kitij
Riding through the street.- aftei
, the coronation, side hi tide with th?
: King, cheered joyously upon all -
she was noticed lo he tad.
??I would thai God would allow on
to return t?? mv home, to my
and my brothers, to my father am
This ended her: mission. She san
: that her Voices had not charged he
with any work further than she liai
But the King would not have it so
Many cities and towns yet remain?*?
in the hands of the Fnglish. II
knew the soldiers and the people bav
faith iu .loan, and he wished to prof
it by her further service.
The poor girl yielded, though un
der protest. She had enemies nes
the King who hated her for her g h
ry and for her influente. They uo\
took every means to discredit bei
l'lans which she proposed were rt
jected. IMaus which she disapprov
ed were accepted. She was made t
attempt military movements whir
she did not sanction, and she Wl
not supported in ?IOSC winch she al
Greatly did she suffer and keenl
i feel the ingratitude of bun she ha
The danger from the English hat
in parsed, the male commanders gre
restive under Joan's leadershij
These wretched curs whom she ha
inspired to bravery ami success a?
cosed her of being dictatorial.
It is the old, sad story.
The poor girl was led away to caj
tivity aud chains.
For more than a year she live?
suffering every day.
Brave? Ah, greatly and divine
brave, because it was never posaib
to wring from her lips one word <
complaint against the gracelei
wretch she had enthroned, and wl
now dallied with lewd women, ici lia
away the time iu the luxuries of tl
wealth which she hail brought hit
and who yet never by word or lett
itr act tried to save her!
Dead these live centuries are tho
two, the maid and the King; but e
en now one shudders to think th
the same (?od made them both.
The immediate captors of ,Ioi
were Burgundians, allies of the En
The man who took her cairie-- h
to his master, a noble called the Bs
tard of Vend?me.
This noble sold her to his mast?
another noble named -lohn of Lu
This noble sold her to the Fngli
for two thousand dollars.
G real was the joy of the Fngli??
Hells were rung in all the ehurehi
i songs of thanksgiving were sung, ai
the Fnglish and Burgundian oh H
all (locked t?) see her. "more joyf
than if they had taken five humir
l fighting men."
Where were her friends? Was tin
no brave knight in all France
couch lance, uplift banner, u
cry "To the rescue."
Where was the King? Sipping
wine amid painted women.
Where wer*? the people the people '
? whom she had loved and delivered.
Vins! Th? peOpla ahused the no
I Ides for betrat iug her. put the -
of publie mourning up in the street*,
and prayed lahoiionslv for her in the
I churches. There whs even ? pn
nion of barefooted prieStS Ht Tours,
whit.ii wein through the city implor?
ing h'-;tveii for her d?lit ei atice.
Week after week dragged
raj the subtle and cruel Judges, who
haul denied ber the Henetit of conn?
ue!, plied ber with q uni neo
i - and tetttptavtioo.
. ling to eii-iiitr- her into COI
?ion - f-triuiinatioti by the?e
methods, t bey thresitened her wit I?
-that horrible ;
which the authorities of ?'hurch rand
ir the Mesh.
crush th< the liuihs of
irried into the toi
chamber, ami the Bishop of
her the ghastly ?i
menta with which her frail body is
to the ex
re, st>t ? _ : ? . .
ber and * i ? ? their dreadful work.
No mol unan,
no t ' - lide I lie u .
to tiene bei ?? ?merit, i?i
No; she i- -utterly
the dark of the dungeon ? in the
upon her ero for her life.
??i ?onI s the Isic hop, "01
pped, and houud, an?J
*? rhough vo.i sho ild I I?sas 1
from limb, I would tel thin:
i nun t !
Thus spoke Joan, tht- brat?!
the world a ? ;.tv i '.
Her v? rv t oui i
^ me of her j
she ought to he tortured, hut shewn
very weak at.'l might tiie under it
and as the} bad already decided t
demn her. the torture was deem
she was condemned to death, sl<
the scaffold was built
The judges all agreed that she hi
relapsed into her beresj and must b
(?ravely tin? monks showed h<
dreadful reality th? i lier.
She wept piteously and tore he
The record is made up ?mads u
for all : iges -made lip I
ed ami bitterly despised aud
by all the sons of men forever!
Let the English heart !
In all their rate for empire, reek
ing at every step with the blood c
the weak, there is nothing worsetba
Let the a\es ring as timbers a:
t'ut am: laid to make the ft
Derail pile. And away off at the CO
taee of lKmiremv, hard by the Metis
let the old father ami mother hen
their aged beads and pray for the li
tie girl who used to give up all h<
coins to the poor, wh) bad soft wot?
ami ready help for all the sick, wl
would give up her hed and sleep t
the Boor when the tired Strang
eame by ami asked for rest and she
ter! They will see her uo more.
?Tlad in a woman's long gown, si
is put into a cart, and. guarded I
StK1 soldiers, she is taken throuj
In the old market place they ha
built three scaffolds?one fov tl
Bishops aud nobles who wished tos
the execution, another for Joan ai
. some priests* and officials, the thi
; for Joan alone.
Soldiers brutally drag ?loan to t
! third pile, which, as we said, w
made for her alone. She i* fasten!
10 the stake high up on the tcaffol
that the llames ma\ be slow in r
leasing her to the dread keeping
ITp spring the flames, fiercely lea
ing. wildly playing, and they cat
the shrinking flesh in their red ai
l.iit she feels DO fear. The go
priest holds the Cross almost in t
midst of the terrible furnace
i llames she is beard crying: "?lesi
Jeans, Mary! My Voices!"
Then, uttering one great ii\. "".
sns!" *he droops her head Dpon 1
breast and dies.
"Pen thousand men are weepil
Some Rnfliehrnen alone laugh, or t
to laugh,*1 savs the historian.
The ashes are collecte?! and thro'
into the Reine From Thotnas
Watson's History of France.
Cure Cold in Head.
Kennott *s Oteoeolatm Isasative Qui a * \t e
to til-;?. a..il ?juick t>> v ',i re . .-at :i l.c.ul and B
Voracious Little Robins
A would be philanthropist relates
his experiences trying to play mother
to a nest of little robins, which had
by accident been deprived nf their
rightful tnotrnr'- care. He diligent
? to work digging angleworms,
and supposed that he wa?t fulfilling
his whole duty, when one of the
I died. CTpon examination
?>f the bodv, which was reduce?! to
skin and hone. th<* fost?*r parent came
to th?- conclusion that it must have
f SU ration.
I *eeply grieved at h - ihoi b
? i bled hi- et?orf
mined to at least save the other two
>t long, however, before a
?id one ?li?"i. itlv of the
malsdy. The g?>ul man then
Ived that, whatever th?- third one
died of. it should not be -starvation.
it and went to
w?irk m earnest. He kept on with
th?- angleworm diet until he f
that h?- own little bird was cor
ing from fourtee
of angle wormi a day. Th:- ?<? .
much for his patience, and be pro?
managed diet of l?r?'a?l and milk and
not i much to Miss Robin's]
Wanting to diet rer whether he
Family <?f ab
-. our friend to?
watching the m I i of a real mo
ther bird, and found th
very tw.> mi '? - He then
suited tiie lean . -- upoi
- overed that fourteei
yards th meali
t?, ? Boston Transcript.
I W |
Twenty-Nine Be: Arnolds
11 ?! ?- rklv. l-Hst W
note * for th N
- rored two beats' S indat
, it aunounced, briefly, th
news ,if the battle of tl 'is da
at Mauila So ? ? known n
? r newspaper had t bis neu - o
that day, except such as g I it f'ot
( bi Ti - February 7. it
led the name of 29 I men
- ?)f the ^enate. whose Dames,
I, belonged in the same infamoti
v wir ii that ? A:
> uold, and "will be a ! - g and
byword among Am i - from th
time forth." This ? - at als
S far as a i i - no other uewspapi
bad tb;s news as early as the Sun, ?
- ha?l it since.
Th*? title of the 29 to rank wit
Benedict Arnold rests ou the fa
that they voted against the ramie
tion of the treaty of Fan.-. Equal
deserving of the same distinction a
American citizens, who petition?
; the Senate not to ratify the trea
. until it was M amended ?s toprovi?
:;nst the forcible annexation
Porto Rico and the Philippines. Tl:
list includes the names of Grov
Cleveland, Henry C. Potter, Chart
W . Eliot, Andrew Carnegie. Hen
\ an Dyke, .lohn G, Carlisle and ot
ei> of corresponding character ai
Benedict Arnold, during the 1h
sorrowful years ?>f bis disastrous 111
? ? social favorite even in Fn
land, and had to put up with ! ;
company or noue. \\ ? may hope
?all charily that his shade, however
j loiters, is m a position to find
in the s.in's assurance ttiat the nat
it ?mee h?re has at last found its wi
back again into g Is ty.
?(;ive me a li\ei >r sad 1 ?
regulate ibe worUI " asid a genius 1
druggist lianded biro a bottle of D?
Little Earh imous litt
puis w i;
\ Scripture eiamination was ben
held recently in an English -
the lesson being Elijah offering up
i fice on M t. t'ai ni ?s 1
children looked like good scbolai
the inspector gave them a questic
- i ng:
Sow, von bave told me that Eliii
put the bullock on the altar. W
; did lie put water round the altarr
The children looked amazed, o
eept on little boy, who no-id up h
I iea>e. sir, to make thetrravv.
Warm Fell Slippers.
Fur trimmed felt Julietts.
THE STAR SHOE HOUSE,
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L,. E. Ricarr\ore
EOOKS and STATIONERY
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Our Fall Millinery
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Ladies* Furnishing Hoods
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Sibert & Denny,
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GOLD AND SILVERWARE.
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WATCHES. CLOCKS, &c,
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DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
Fine Tobacco and Cigars,
RUA TS, OILS. WINDO K
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For Fir^e Siloes
-OF ALL KIND**
Made to Fit the Foot
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WATCH AND CLOCK
Mr. O. F. Littleton,
W h tase practii in r?-?
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to the Poatoflice, where he will be arlad t. re
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to their time keepers or j
All work promptly .1 let ute?l
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