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lCIIt AND BEACOI.
Tabls of Advortislg Raiss,
Recl, mmndt.d t. thine Lniss.na Press A
se.riation for adoptiss h« the pretdilsh. t
Enntry newsllantaS is thlis State, in ree pti,
ldvertise.mtlr s fr ml dvlrlinlg aents
Tranmi's.t advlertii..I. one itch. one tis
$1 64); h - uslc-quest t..e, 75e
anAcs It. 3re4 Cars. res. 12uri
Jinel, I3 I$5 $7 .9 1
Sinthes 5 7 10 13 I
3 inhehs 6 11 13 16 I
4 ie' e* 7 II 14 17 9
5 s,' h. 8 12 16 90 2
s ti;nu.- I 1s Is 93 :.
10 ir.cl,te . 27 33 44 *5
S iwrs 25 S 42 7t 90 6
ALtes need not o0f1r as anything lss the
the ahove fet,
Cash mst .rrnmplnv every otrter unlet
lbe adverti5re or nitYr to known to lshe pro,
prietr to br a re-p' ?:.it? i *arty.
SPmwr'fesMsenta Car'sv. f3) (l0 per annumr
for six une.ttls. 95 t(t n aldvance.
CDemunessim so mws tweh thi.s case I
O thelrna dmee slirer they are eeectd. an
.eeiwewets sis le a bdted in befos
DR L LIDDELL t".,m.rnle hit
proafesii. at .s.rrs t n t t.e reple of RAn
wille and surrrnwtins neigththonrel
Thie Dorisr nill he fonnel na his Ia ce
•fewr.erly nsepiurtl Ot P., .('. Hnptqnelr. or
tt. suqtlrhast Ir.. 'ehr st r l e C f its h ens. aqesuare
st at his r-splrnec its Rhv.n°ee a islttunt s
Ray. alle, on lan slltess. 20 yars soumlth
nel.s. psoe.ssineselly esgageld.
J. W. WOODLAND,
General Insurance Agent.
M RO l'I., LA.
IR.pesuailes the f.llowin- emnpanise:
Liverpool & Lol.s n (11 lasb,
Phenix of trsakiyn.
Noith oaii-h & Mersentile,
Meawnics & Trnteru,
London & I.nrsshire,
It4tishl, Ufio & Nautieal.
"Thie tdillerret ine tie st f tshe BUsT aind
the Poonamr Inse.nce isn ml a trlfle. hle dea
eremse is. en...w loss sen he .drf-eiest s4
heernta IrMo,." su8$ 88-1r.
ATT'Y AK E REALESTAIEAGGENT
Will regularly attendm st Clserts in the par
isltes srt llti:and aml iranklin, and eise
where when hu.ltees requires
Lawns bougls, sold and exehanged a e
Unimproved and improved lands in large
or small eracts now on hIaml lo sale.
The meeepr.sve land is envered wish a
variety set euric timher, seMnable in quality
and aseSceset is queatity for atmous any pu.r
The impenved mlnd is suitale to earinalts.
alt purproses. pnssssinr a ilart ssady soil the
fertility of which is esalled by no oesoary in
These lands s oneaveniently loeraed wil
refIeenae is railes , Isl, savgatale atreams.
chtrche. aronls, er.
elemersee0 schools, sm.
Tltle prfeet. Term resomnsle, prable in
enaual inaenllsnee sr cheaper for cash. Cor.
seepnnAdee sao nliee1I
Ranvslle. La. Ma:sO0. lhW8.
WILEY P. MANGHAM.
Notary hPblio sad seal E, oAgest.
OvFICE AT THu BEACON OFFICE,
Rayville, Richland Parish, La.
ROMP AI astionto aiven to biusuos con
nrcted i'i tshe oWce
Abtraes of'iles f larislhed n short notice.
.n Alkse ltasrmntile as t quality of land aand
validity of title. Chares reasonable.
A. T. EVANS, M. D.
OWkse his praoeeuional wrevices s else
ilbeneef Delhi anl visinity. Speeil a !n
ties ivea so Adisuses peaeisar to womn,.
* * ' .. ek i
Sea h reve i
Gb A. SNOW & (0,
If E - I I L .
- DAVID TODD
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Wh wmes eas beIng t slajna
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e iScWitanV __acon
fltf' RTA T ArT.I.R OI.0/IJ.
ol XXI. RAYVIILE, RICHIAND PARISH, LA, ,MARCH :9. 1, . "I' ,
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We peahh-,1! ~3'l,s In ! a o f tlhe iEa"run,'l
St'lomrnitt.s of Itlhlac'.a I t'arih ,,.td keep i,
,,snduta fu: general slaf a'rortaio:
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W. M. Dou'l riw, J F Wyanr..W IE WH'luinanll
) E Mctontd, i. M Mmnortemry, W IR leer
J. L. BIeis, W A. R *,el .I..n 1ns i.1 i Au. '
R. R R Jsiur., J Harvey RhyWrrns. W H 1.*ri*.
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file R·auaO tF
The OrDginal Wis r
C. I". Sammas US. Lowie Inp'r
h1. A. Simmoas Livermediciae, t.'J b
aSo. i the U. S CCo rt s·ul.
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eared tIrlwoaesTon tstocaes. I ,
YrsFeIAtssSCK IHau~ ACu,A i."
SArrahvs Souba STOMACu, I.
Rev. T B. Rem., r er MJ. i
k Church, Adam,, Teas., writes I
saak I should have bees dead b. 1t
tur your Genume M. A. Sim.
moe Liver Medacise. I hate
sametimes had to esbstitute
mt 'Zea'e stNWr fEr tyeo aledi
vrie, but it desa't eswer the
DR. GravesL Editor 7Tr
" ptsty, Mcmp heiTre . saays: b
I resved a pac`qe oef r Li. er
t wtortes a ciarm. I wasnt o
begntt Liver hegrlater sad cu.r
taldty o mere .1 Zesia's msatsees.
hil times- emrctrv.
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TRADE MARKS. tb
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JUST THINK IT! ol
Do you wmm& a Sewitt Maehia.,- It
ikh al A Wrke for
Illhutrtt ed Circular of our
"Uagrs? **ew Doame:" Uc.
Vfadchite adumaj* *mpe m
dRe* ss * as . ..
Mlriksvile ,eview: The bricks to
make tLe It.:'l:r for the Elhibition
Hall of tl e Convent, arm now being
hauled or the I,!.: r. Th;, lailCer will
soon be l.c e. and then the carpenters
will commence putting up the build
Bunkie Blade: Cotton sldplments
fromn Bunt ie un, to tl.c 7th ins'. ere
One of the most. prosperous towns
in central La., is Melville, situated at
the ,itch;afalayv ern'ing of T. & P.
R. i. l.:icher and li.h are Mellville
specialitie's, :nd she ships both all
over the countrv. Strangers pros
pecting for a lhwation should not fail
to pay Melville a visit.
The Pioneer of Assumption (Na
poleonville: The town authorities
have secured the services of Mr. John
B. Folei's road machine, and under
the management of that skillful ,lan
ter the streets are I,:wing leve!ed of
the numerous outs. sis., d by the
long speil ot rain w,.:vther through
whic we have just emerged.
Bossier Banner: The we.,:her for I
the past several days has been warm.
bright and beautiful and vegetation
is growing so fast that one can almost
Et" it ml3vec.
Bienville New Era (Gibslanld : We
have been blessed with good we:at her
for farm work this spring, though the
mornings are still cll and trostv.
The pottery man, after prospecting
elsewhere has return- l to 1Gil,- ~n.I
and speaks of lo 'ti:,' L. r, as hei
thinks the clay better than any he
CAIA' + IFI'.
A brick and tile factory will soon
be started at Lake Charles, the pro
jector having already ordered the
The American (Lake Charles): Mr.
B. F. Stockwell, of Vinton, La. gave
the Americana call last week. Mr.
Stockwell settled on a homestead.
near Vinton last December, since
which time he has built his residence
and a good barn, and fenced about
sixteen acres of land. lie has plant
ed quite a large number of fruit trees,
principally pear and fig. lie hau set
about :Wi tfig enttings. TT( infTorm
us that almost without exce lption.
every cutting has taken root sndt is
exhibiting signs of growth. Mr. S. is
remarkably well pleased.
Jennings Reporier: A large num
ber from the North attending the
Mardi Gras have visit e1 Jennings
and are favorably impressed with the
Welsh Cre. nt: The i'.:o,-w,.g
from a reli:ble source is the shipmlent
front Jennings fromt Augu:. Lt 1, 18i8,
to March l ith, 1S.M9, in,":luive: Car
loads rice. 26; stuck. 7; hay, 90.
The lumber for tihe ,ridges north
of Welsh has bee,'n ro. ived. The
work is to be coaplieted by about the
first of May.
Farmers are all busy putting in
their farm cropis and gardens.
CA'"Alttl I Lt.
Catahoula News (llarrisonburg):
The steamer Cherokee, from St. Louis
direct, discharged an immense freight
it our wharf last Friday night-con
listing principally of corn, oats, bran,
lour, meal and meat.
The farmers are hopeful and high
spirited and in the enjoyment of com
aratively easy circumstances. No
earof an overflow is now appre
The Trinity Herald says that in a
ew days 2000 hands will be at work
n the N. O., N. & F. 8. railroad. on
he Louisiana side of the river. Work
egan at Natches on the 5tn inst.
The road will be pushed forward
*apidly to completion. Says the sam
Ifcroakers could have .spent tlhe
ast week in Trinity-Troyville, they
sould have thought that our parish
till was the proud posemsor of life
ud energy. Monday of last week
;he steamer Assumption landed at
or landing a good freight, followed
Pridav by the steamer Corona and
be 8i. Louis steamer Cherokee, which
temers literally cvered the banks
with freight. Saturday night the IIH.
lanna Blanks ,uit off an immense
ile of freight, while the H. J. Dickey
ds had a big list for Trovville. This
s blt a commemeement of the farm
Vidali Seatimel: The Electric
igh ia Natches look very pretty,
kr thia ide of the river at night.
The t. is fa ad NMatches Anchor
imte boat are trying to get beck on
heir el ·shadulae time, but are
meeting with very poer success.
We are pleased to e that the Con- i
erdia 8emtiael, which was burned
-t ia the ireat Vidalia some weeks, i
i.ee, has resumed publication. It is
Sbright sad newsy asr e, ad a:,
l-ears in a handsome new dress-new
Work on the N. O., N. & F. 8 R.
R. has at last commenced in earnert;
from our front gallery. in our new
office in the brick building, we can
see a numher of men at work felling
trcrs and rAditr; slonn, the river
frit below Natchez commencing at
the quarantine station.
The Shreveport Times publishes a
pftition, sirnc.l by a long list of
signers and alddressed to the Mayor
and Councilmen praying that the
sidewalks be reduced to a minimum
width of t:n feet throughout the city
except on Texas. The sidewalk or
dinance as it now stands gives a width
of thirteen feet.
Louisiana Weekly Journal (Homer):
The farmcrs are moving off smoothly
in their planting operations.
The merchants of Homer are doing
a much larger business this year than
last, and they did a big business last
The Louisiana Weekly Journal pub
lishes the following items from its
From Lisbon: Our farmers are busy
rrerlaring and planting. We hear of
some who are about done planting
From Ward 6: Mr. Fortson, an
energetic and accomp,lished young
mtan. has charge of the school at
The weather is too cool for the
farmers to plant corn, though some of
them are planting. The gardens are
nAS CARIRO. i
Carroll Democrat(Lake Providence):
The improvement of the sidewalks
and streets in town continues to be
carried on vigorously.
Carroll Banner tLake Providence): i
The boys in town while rambling on
the banks of Grant's canal came across
a large bomb shell, which was thrown 1
from a gunboat in 1864.
For weeks past Clinton has been 4
discussing at public meetings the per
plexing problem ot "how to improve a
and maintain our communication with
the markets in which we sell and buy?"'
The question seems to revolve upon
the propositioh of obtaining better t
railroad connection with the Clinton
UAST RATON IOUO. t
The Burton Lumber Co. have char
tered the extension of their railroad
from Walker's Swamp, where they a
have their lumber camp, under the
name of the Baton Rouge, Ponteha- t
toula and Mobile railroad.
Mr. Thomas Drementy, of New Al
bany, Indiana, has been appointed to
take charge of the National Cemetrv f
at iJatou RPoue, vice-Sergeant J. F '.
The Baton Rouge Advocate says of
the descril-tive pamphlet of Baton t
Mr. J. H. Gilliland has closed the a
contract between E. A. Brandao and
the police jury and city council. The
work of getting out the pamphlet
will hbegin immediately, and as the '
descriptive part of the work has been
put in the hands of competent wri- 14
ters, it will prove a volume of histori- a
cal interest to everybody interested t
in Baton Rouge.
The sheriff will sell, March 30, a
trast of land containing 1768 acres. t
Our Home Journal (Plaquemine): a
We boarded the east bound train on
the Texas and Pacific road last Turn
day morning, for New Orleans. All _
along planters were busy turning up *
the soil, digging out drains, and other
nise preparing the land for the eomn- i
ing season s crop. tI
The Gretna Conrier says it is dlefi- tl
nitely settled that Gov. Warmnith' tl
projected Grand Isle railroad will
pass through Eighth street in that
The same paper, aunouncing the g
fact that the police jury of East IBaton
Roug has appropriatodl O0 for the la
maimtance of the Confedlerate Sol- W
tiers' Home, asks: "What will our
Jackson Patriot (Vernou): Mr.
Boling Ilatailton, of this parish, has
inventel a very ingeauona method of
turniug a grind rock easily and rapid
lv. Ie will apply or a patent. TIh
:anienmachine will rum a churn "fot
ail that outL"
In the last number d the fletiew ti
the Mayer Well buildig t Thibo
daux as reportadto have ben sold I
for $4000. We hanve seine learned a
that the information was eremeos !'.
David Peat, b I neus rasa asr of
the Am~eriesa haveler usad T~ti a
published at v.w Y,',rk, 1, . :I :, i
Chicago, is i'n T : t,n t.r tl.:, ! .....
of "writing u,'" as-. i:; a-.:, ,., t,-:t
has been the ord.- ' . ' :..=.
week with the uan i,-:.:,' .e: .Iv fa:.':
ere of our parish.
A Rlstot merchan' !.o, ha:s been
co:aected with a cotton i: :.ary .vvR
that Ruston is an al,i,ps :, ,-,t. 1,!.,',
for such a factory and ti!:. ,r: . :,.
there would prove a suc:-, . " !t we
could only get a few others," a ,:s the
Caligraph, "to ee it as he d,..*. 1Ius
ton would have the cotton v:i'uory in
short order"---especially as th, town
is well able to put one in operation.
Meetings are being held by tihe
Catholics of French Settlement to pro
cure funds wherewith to rebuild their
church, which was blown down dur
ing the storm of August, 1888.
The Morehouse Clarion (Bastrop)
does not look very hopefully on the
prospects of Bastrop's getting any
share of the Monroe railroad, for it
Our railroad prospects are in a
state of innocuous desuetude, with
some slight chance of a turn for bet
teP or for worse on or about the
eclipse of the moon.
Madison Journal (Talulbh): Another
week of splendid farming weather.
Reid Levee is about two-thirds
Work at Ashton levee is progress
ing favorably, and the levee will be
completed in ample time.
The Monroe Bulletin says that busi
ness on the river front at that place
is brisk, the local packets having all
the trade they can conveniently
D. A. Breard, Jr., parish treasurer,
will sell, to-day, school lands in Oua
chita parish in lots of not less than
40 or more than 160 acres.
Ouaehita Telegraph (Monroe): The
additions and repairs to Col. J. B.
Garretson's opera house property is
rapidly nearing completion and it will
soon be the handsomest as well as
most valuable pieces of property in
The sweet notes of that pretty song
ster, the mocking-bird, are beginning
to be heard again.
The sheriff will sell, April 16 next,
a tract of land containing 220 acres.
The people of Alexandria were in
terested in witnessing a race last
week between the steamboats Laura
Lee and the G. W. Sentell, which
tested each other's speed all the way
from this city, which place they leit
about the same time. At times the
Lee would be ahead and then the
Sentell. When the boata were within
two miles of Alexandria the Sentell
was some distance in the lead andi
arrived at the lower wharf about 3,C)0
vards ahead of the Lee. The lboats
have about the same speed.
Louisiana Democrat (Alexadria):
The lawsnit between the So:tthErn
Artesian Well Works Co., of New Or
leans, and the Corporation tf Alex
andria, will be tried at the ceuoing
term of the District court here.
Southron of Sabine: On a visit to
the Masonic Institute .fort Jesu1.)
this week, we were pleased to sote
the laourishiag condition of the arhool,
and the continual itcre.ase of the
number of seressions of its pupils.
We attended the Sabbath slhol at
this plae, which ;resented the grand
at bevy of young ladies and gentle
men, that it has been our pleasure to
witness in many years. The intense
interemst and earnestness eviieed by
those yoiubgl\people in reciting their
lessons is truly an ihteresting el'l -
tu:le to witnes~ by those who faor
the moral and religious training of
the youths of the coumtry.
Karkhsville correspondent St. Tam
many Farmer. Our town authorities,
headed Lvby our honorable Mayor, are
now creatina havoc althl the break
water and streets. Everv disposable
workman is employed, and if the
weather favors them, our town will
be, for the :xt mason, the IBrooklyn
of New Orlel .
The St. Jamos Courier nrlges the
police juries of the various parishesb to
sp.oint delegates of experience to a
State convention to dirsens the con
dition of the public roads and to
frameaprect of a law looking to a
rememdy of the evil, to be sbmitted to
the anet Legislatuwe
It is stated (my the Wet Baton
Rouge Sugar Planter) that a stock
ompany is being tormed to build a
eutral sugar hors, with difMaion
poweao the Leo'risa s Mounoot
if 40,WO toz of amgar eae an b:
mum edrly in iTe aV thb ..od.
"l' e w :i i:,ive •. L' O: 0o t.l
tv; our Er'.i', ."'' • la ' 'I n . t v I t Il:i,
j'l.p*rtunn V j' . ;i.. out at, I'fo.rt. t,
HT t ii.)' :
,in :1a . ..:- T. - n , -1,- 1
''t .- : ..- ta I ,. .,) r , . 1 ,, , . _ it h ,r
tract l f :i.. ,: ' thle ra gi . ::'! o. the
Misai.'i.',1i i h I: r, l kri!' three
fourths . . .l, a.º : nt ,i cut .i ' n ;i1:Cty
arpents i l. t..i:i..
Morgan City F'. '* 'ress: On F.dtur
day, the 24 in.-t.. :n fr iueor Brazos
brought in 12v ,rr, is ., n t!r I:ui
the Foos & Barnt"wtt 1.anta:itiirol. This
is the largest loati *f t'iwar lthat h.as
ever been brouhit h-'re d".irg this
season of the year.
Houma Courier: The new hotel i±
on a boom.
The school open: ln M.. tlay next,
with a probable sea :, (f f.ve months.
During the week the p1 hr::er have
made some progress in ;Il titing cane
The seed is, we hear. Ant a:1 c2.th as
we would like to see it on acxunt of
the long wet season.
The grand jury has tuiale a sensible
sugestion in asking th - ,"lie jury
tourhage the road ll:w, and lct as
a substitute the calling out of male
citisens between cert.aiu n'ge to work
Hammond Lealer: The first crate
of strawberries was -hrp'l.ad from this
station Tlursadat ,t" sL. Feb. 28th.
Strawberry shinine hihas h',iatn.
The air is ls'a 'r ith the Congs of
thousands of h: j 1, y hirds.
The weatle"r il::i n delightful
this week. anl it s'0.: p fe, vt i1 favora
ble tor a lar!. '"r ' itr:wberrit,'.
Parties w.;: ': ti ti, 'i :..r in
formation in r:e;:.rd to the ot:,ntrv.
etc., must ni.e toee't to enctluns a two
cent stain,, it tI. : n..it :l liers'nal
letter in r.-l i..
A T:iwrt'- Iln. ithute wah s held at
Mineral .priv :t Lr'h 1W. An in
ierestien etwrl a in .4 a .rrtie. out.
t1 isa na-inia of oitiz ru, of F'ar:n
erv atre. r w. i iit. e ban'r La, rhi la
tbiraws tin th It- .i:t'. ,f Far,, r
the cair i.f el lut::on ail the j- of
thuil'lind of hour town uitt r'.'neinber
the e atnl,- :ting next FrA'!.n..lh
rChance i:%. lId to the ,:sdi ter . of
Per., a man was .,i ton '.'h a twalog
and shortly after th2 a'ree disease
developed. In his madness the man
rushed front the hauise and falling
among a lot if "lp'lucts" jilants, some I
of the juice of the· e l ',tsj ratered his
monthanl hpn';e .lw"h it. A mo-i
uaent of rc'aran seems to have fullowel, I
during which I.e eit.'.le so,.re of the
leaves, ir :lee ieat ati dritr, of the I
milky and lti; ir.oz., sep \iLh whia'h
they ate generally saturatc'I. When
his friends found him he was senselees, a
with the "pe,! a" or a-,- hnev" leavesl
clutched in his h.an.'. !e wais car
riei to 1is hllne and roctil regainedI
health. Experience has lontg csince
taught the Indiana that i"peUCa" juice
or sp invariably acts ar a cure upon
dogs sufferring from hydropyhobia.- I
ViWla tn he Proriutiesg
"Such a dinner as nou wish to give."
asid the fashionable caterer, "inclnd
ing chepagne, of course, will coat 4
"But I don't care for champal'ne.
What will it cosat with bleer and lemor.
ade instead ofchampagne?"
"Just the sr n," rseplie, l the digen
fled cterer, stifily. Icould not, with
propriety, ask any of m young gen- t
tlemen to wait upon the tab'e at such
a it.Yner withont givng them extra
c'polensatitc -Chicago Trihbune.
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fit. nia to the pul . 'F':wti,. ecar ir.
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Iol o. f 10; .h! II the. C.a'saju t 11C's v
tI 7Zi-Lnaaa Sal~,sn nvi. lie led
the desert IIcdaauina. xad wssi queen
1873-Kin,~, E- I. WVheelock;
quena, i -, NI Fri..n
tiSc1-Ka1 -Kll-,%. S. Pike; queen,
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1876 -Kin-_,, A. l./ldw~in; queen,
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t 1 77--King, C. IF.llHward; queen,
i;.a Cur. L:Is.aa.
67~8 - Kiag, Won. Mehic; queen,
Aij. Courtnaey Le.sther;..
18579--in',, J:iaa. I. D.ay; queen,
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s88.-Kingn , A. A. MI.aitens ;
1t1,"" 1 I ,Mia.. Alice lt:athhusne.
nh8 81--Kitt .Raa.t tringfelow
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t iutl le ear ,ý 1:. A. S rk::pearcl
Mi,"" Cedceze Staunffer.
ilZ!6-"--Kan,, l. I1). Wood; queen,
Ntlis' I n:a J.ickmon.
M ' ~ --Kn Geuartte Sauts;queen,
slo!Te;w i t'e lw leux ad;t
(etlmo. Iugtriohls Story.ni
lrt' II itell you clot"'hY."aS~
Co. nercolonl. while wateling farthwe
Kerr jury th OaIi eon riday aFwrt
SAlr. at. aPt~~s r
Vol. Fa-llcht'ws Laye Ilr. r
"Dur ing'tn the toai dave inCall
thoulal har liablre to lame bit ifh lti
reai gidle fo a ar Iten daA n suesson
Wel~l,' ther ws'on fll~ow whoo haad
bee worktduing fthf ull. whe b tell
ajek i?~' hlrtad F'~to tae t hii ent.