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A Dying Hoy's Story.
A youthful soldier had a presenti
ment that he should die on a certain
day of the year, becauso it was the an
niversary of tho drowning of his sister.
Ho was taken sick, and as tho day
drew near ho grew rapidly worse. The
doctor and nurso pooh-poohed his fears
as absurd, but he said all the same ho
should dio on a certain night Tho
day camo and ho was very low. About
8 o'clock he called a comrade to his
bed.sido and said:
"It is almost time, Billy. Good-bye.
In an hour I shall bo with my wister,
and we will be looking at our mother."
"Nonsense," said his comrade, "If
you were with your dead sister hor
could you be looking nt your mother
who is living and well?"
"It's a strango story," he said, fee
bly, "but if you don't mind it 1 will tell
it "to you; it will make tho time short
er." "It was threo years ago my sister
Jessie was drowned at 9 o'clock at
night. She was engaged to bo married,
and on her birthday, three months be
fore her wedding, mother gave us all a
party. On tho evening of that party
mother cried bitterly because it was
tho last birthday she would havo sister
with us. My sister ran to her, and,
throwing her arms about mother's
"Never mind, dear mother, I will bo
with you always on my birthday,
whether dead or alive." It was a rash
speech, and our irood folks shook their
heads gravelv, for they did not like it.
"We aro Scotch people, you know,
and very superstitious. People said
Jessie had bound herself body and
soul." He paused exhausted, and
having rested a little, proceeded more
slowly: "My sister was married and
she and her husband went away to live.
In a few months we heard she had
been drowned while crossing a swollen
stream in a buggy with her husband.
It was - a bitter blow to all of us.
Mother fretted a good deal, and fath
er, although ho said nothing, looked
old and haggard, and wo all knew ho
was grieving his heart for sister. Tho
anniversary of sister's birthday drew
near, and mother fretted more than
ever and father looked older and older.
Tho night came, and wo knew sister
would keep her promise and be there.
We sat iu tho room, waiting for tho
first sound of her footsteps. 1 heard
her first coming up the walk, and tho
water was running from her garments.
Site came to the open window and look
ed in. It was only for a moment, and
then she was gone, and wo knew wo
should seo her no more for a year.
Last year she came again, and to-night
tho will come to our old home and look
in at tho window, and mother will bo
watching for her.' He closed his eyes
and lay still for so long his comrade
thought lie was dead, hut at last ho
opened them again, and continued:
"When I enlisted it almost broke
mother's heart. On the day 1 left her -I
told her I would come back to her in
body or in spirit. She said I never
would come back. I knew I should
die somehow and something told me 1
should perish on the same day of tho
year and at tho same hour that sister
died. It's almost time," he said, "and
I soon must go. Don't vou hear her
coining and the water dripping from
her dress. See, she is putting roses in
her hair. How cold and clannuv Ler
hand is, and it grows dark " With
these words he raised up a little, held
out his hand and fell back dead.
The Suicide ol Scoi'jwoiisj.
In the volume pulMmd last year,
tho title of which is the "Lion and the
Sun," by Dr. Wills, for lKieeu years
mcdicafou'a-er in Pfris under the Over
land Telegraph company, is the follow
ing narrative: "A story was told mo
bytho late Dr. Ftivergren, tv Swede in
Persian employ, who had been twenty
live years in Shiraz, to the effect that
scorpions, when they sec no chance of
escape, commit suicide; ami he told
me that when one was surrounded by
a circle of live coals, it ran around
threo times, and then stung itself to
death. I did not credit this, supposing
that tho insect was probably scorched,
and so died. I happened ono day to
catch an enormous scorpion of the
black variety. In Persia they aro of
two kinds black, and light green, or
greenish yellow; the black variety be
ing supposed to be much the more ven
nomous. The full-grown scorpions
generally nre iroia lvo io mreo luetics
long; I havo seen ouc live inches wheu
extended from the tip of the claws to
tho siing, but ho was phenomenal.
The one 1 caught was very large, and
to try tho accuracy of what I supposed
to be a popular superstition 1 prepared
in my courtyard a circle of livo char
coal tt yard in diameter. I cooled tho
bricks with water so that the scorpion
could not be scorched, and tilted him
from tho finger-glass in which bo was
imprisoned unhurt, into tho center of
the open space; lie run rapidly round
the circle threo times, i:umo back to
the center, turned up his tail (whero
the sting is) and deliberately by threo
blows slabbed or slung himself in tho
head; he was dead in an instant. Of
this curious scene 1 was an eye-witness,
and 1 have seen it repeated by a mend,
in exactly the same way since, on my
telling tho tiling, and with exactly tho
same result. For ilu: iruih of this
statement 1 am prepared to vouch
What ihe preceding curious experi
ment lacks by wav of evidence ono
may well be at los" to answer. Tho
mental condition of the lower' creation
havo within ihem several curious prob
lems yet unsolved bejoud those so nice
ly settled for us in modern philosophy.
-Pull Mull Vind'.c. 1
State of Illinois, 1
A regular session of the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Alexander County be
gun and held at the Court1 Uouae in the
city of Csiro, in said county and State, on
Monday the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1884.
Present Thos. W. LTalliday, Poter Saup
and James II. Mulcahey.
The minutes of the last regular meeting
were, on motion, approved.
The day was occupied by the Board io
the examination and adjustment of claims
against the county, whereupon, on motion)
the Board adjourned until Wednesday,
April the 2nd.
Wednesday, Apkil 2, 1884.
The Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. All members present.
The following reports of inquests held
by R. Fitzgerald, Coroner, were .presented,
examined and, on motion, approved :
Jerry Thompson, colored, Sept. 11th,
1SS3; John Lnlly, Nov. 9th, 1883; J. T.
Walsh, Nov. 11th, 1883; Noah High, Nov.
23th, 1883; nenry Renfro, colored, Dec.
23rd, 1883; Archie Robinson, colored, Feb.
The application of William E. Wood and
Alonzo Ireland for permission to maintain
and operate a ferry on the Mississippi Riv
er from the city of Commerce, in the coun
ty of Scott, and State of Missouri to the
town of Santa Fe, in the county of Alexan
der and State of Illinois was, on motion,
granted upon their entering into bonds as
required by the statutes, and it appearing
to the Board that the amount paid for said
license last year was ten dollars in excess
of the amount heretofore fixed by this
Board, it was, on motion, ordered that said
excess of ten dollars be applied on this
After examining claims against the coun
ty, the Board, on motion, adjourned until
to morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Thl'ksday, April 3, 1884.
The Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Treseut Thos. W. Halliday and Peter
Absent Jas. II. Mulcahey.
Claims examined and allowed, and, on
motion, Board adjourned until Saturday,
April the 12th.
Satcuday, April 12, 1884.
The Boird met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
A complaint of John Pilliards and otheis
of Elco and Road District No. 20 to the
effect that a portion of the Ullin and Cape
Girardeau road in said road district was
fenced in and otherwise obstructed so as
not to be of legal width, was presented to
the Board, and on motion, said complaint
was referred to the Road Supervisor of said
district witli instructions to have said ob
structions removed and road opened to the
width required by the statutes.
A petition for a new road in the
East Cape Girardeau precinct signed by A.
C. J syncs and brother, legal voters residing
within 5 miles of said proposed new road,
was presented to the Board; said proposed
road to rua as follows: Beginning at tho
old Thebes and East Cape Girardeau road
on line between sections 13 and 24, running
East to within 160 rods of East line of
section 24, then along through the East
ha'.f of tho Northeast quarter of section 24
to range hue between sections 24 and 19,
then to run South on the ratine line to
dividing line ot the North half of the
Northwest quarter of section 19; then East
on said line about 80 rods or to Main Ridge
CfOtBing, said line then to run in a diao-
nal line on ndgu Southeast across section
19 to line between section 19 an 1 30; then
following Main Ridge Southeast iQ a diag
onal line through.section 30 to within about
70 rods of line between section i0 and 31,
then to run East to section line between
sections 29 and 30, theuce turning South
running on line between sections 31 and 33
about 70 rods; thence turning East on ridge
running iw ious ana mtersectino- the
Thebes and East Cpo Girardeau read on
about the lino between the East and West
half ot section 8 i and the B ard now find
ing from the proofs presented that all the
requirements of law have been complied
with, and that tho public good and conven
ience require tho same, it was ordered that
A. C. Jaynes, Jas. L. Sanders and E. B
ry I i ...
uaiagmy ue appoiuieu viewer to View
the ground for said proposed new road and
... i.. .Ail. r . i . .
inane report mureoi at me ntxt June ses
sion of this Board.
By order of the County Hoard the County
licra is uureuy iiisirucieu to in a He out a
i. I l... : . ....i .
statement of the appropriation of the reve
nue of the county for the year 1883, to the
several funds, and to further ascertain the
amount of county warrants and jury certifi
cates drawn against each of said funds for
said year, in order to ascertain the balance
if any remaining in each of said funds, and
for all claims allowed at this session of the
Board including per diem and mileage of
members and Clerk. The Clerk is hereby
authorized to draw warrants against and in
anticipation of tho collection of taxes for
the year 1883, to the amouut of the balance
so found and no further, which said war
rants arc payable out of the funds specially
appropriated aud set apart as follows, to
ON ACCOUNT OK CONTINGENT FUND,
Alex. II. Irvin, sundry office ex
penses for 3 months 2 23
Samuel J. Humm. same 6 00
Goldatine & Rosenwatcr, (J pr.
Mildred E. Harrell, 4 mattresses.
F. Vincent, 1 bbl lime
Tim Gonran, nuJue for jail
C. W. I lender -on, sundries for
Jacob Klee, 1 load kindling woud.
Cairo City Uas Co., fas tor months
Jan., Feb. aud March 37
L. C. Herbert, Repairs on couit
linusepump C. W. Wheeler, 1 load kindling
John Hodies, expenses conveying
Samuel Powell to iusuue as
ylum D ioiel Hartman, pen wiper for cir
cuit clerk's office
N. Feiih, cofliu per order of Cor
oner New York Store Co., mdse as per
P.Corcoran, burying Archy Rob
inson per order of Coroner. . .
Frank Schoembs, ropairing chair.
Cairo Dailv Argus, 20 copies of
paper '"court calender"
R. Fitzgerald, coroner's tees as per
And to the following named per
sons who served as coroner's
jury, the sum of l cbcIi for
each inquest : Jas. Summer
well, Ed Jones 3, J. Tillman,
Jno. Kilgour, Dennis Lwett,
Wm. Minard,E. S. Dewey, P.
Fitzgerald, Guy Morse, Fred
Sticher, Fred Koehler, Egbert
A. Smith, Jno. Y. Turner,
Win. White, Samuel Burger,
Wm. H. Schutter.Edgar Spen
cer, G. F. Ort, Jas. Carroll,
Ed. J. Colter, Wm. Hibb?, P.
II. Smith, F. M. Hargroves,
M. Lynch, Thos. Hobbs, Al
bert Susanka, R. T.Brown, N.
Weimeyer, B. F. Hunsaker,
Tims. G. Wilson, R. Powers,
John Lovett, J. M. II iL'an,
and P. Corcoran 30 00
Total $ 232 17
ON ACCOUNT OP PACT'EUS.
Southern Insnne Asylum, 6 months
care of patients f
Dr. Wm. Wood, 3 mouths ex
penses Miiry Byrnes, 3 months support of
J. II. Mulcahey, supplies for child
of Sarah N. Thompson
N. W. Lightner, coffins and bury
ing of 2 paupers at poor farm
J. G. Rolwing, mdse per order of
the overseer of the poor
Tlics. A. Brown, maintaining pau
pers at poor farm 3 mos
City Property Co., 3 months lease
Monroe Whitaker, maintaining
Hiram Stripler 3 months....
rh'ifl. A. lirown, coffin and burial,
A. C. Mann, 1 qr's salary and ex
tra services as county physi
cian 50 00
Total 582 05
ON ACCOTST OK COUSTY CLERK.
Samuel J. Humm, services in pre
paring collector's books 957 04
Do. 3 months official fees 50 00
Do, 16 days clerk of court and
board to date 48 00
Total $1,050 24
ON ACCOUST OF PRISONERS.
R. Fitzgerald, dieting prisoners in
county jail 3 months t091
OS ACCOUNT OK 81PT. OF fcC IJOOLS.
Mrs. L. C. Gibbs. 1 qr's salary. . .$ 75 00
ON ACCOUNT OK CIRCUIT CLEHK.
Alex. II. Irvin, balance of criminal
fees due 191 95
ON' ACCOUNT OF COUNTY COURT.
Jno. II. Robinson, 1 qr's salary as
CountvJudk-e 180 00
ON ACCOUNT OK STATIONARY, FUEL, ETC
Cairo Bulletiu Co., publishing pro
ceedings, blanks, &c
Paul G. Sehub, stationary
Cairo City Coal Co., 17 ton coal. .
G. D. Barnard & Co., records, as
sessors books, blanks, etc., in
full of bill for 90.15, the sum
Total $ 192 30
ON ACCOUNT OF SPECIAL COURT HOUSE FUND.
Michael Ilickey, repairs on Court
House cells, ball, etc 7 50
H. Downing, repairs around Court
total x 16 !
ON ACCOUNT OK CIRCUIT COURT.
Fitzgerald, 27 days, December
Term f 40 50
W. II. Schutter, 27 days same .... 40 50
John Cain, 12 days s me
Trabe Arter, 13 days same
Miles Coleman, 8 days with horse
A. Rawliogs, 27 days janitor
K. Fitzgerald, 13 days, Feb'y
W. H. Schutter, 13 days same
II. Downing, 6 days same
Trabe Arter, 13 days same 19 50
Clem Young, 0 days same.
J. W. Merry man, 0 days same. . . .
Guy MorBe, 8 days same
Miles Coleman. 9 days with horse
A. Rawliogs, Ml days janitor
Total t 301 CO
ON ACCOUNT OK ROADS AND LIU DOES.
Alex. Walker, work c n roaiJs per
order of Com. Mulcahey II W
T. Corcoran, work on roads reir
Tom Porter's old place 18 UO
David Brown, renairinf' bridge on
Wolf Creek, per contract.... 50 00
ltobt. Cavender. renairinir bridge
near Grants, ner contract ... . 55 00
T. W. Halliday, money advanced
for pay rt II of men and teams
for huildini? road around Cot
tonwood slourrh 42 45
J. II. Mulcahey. road and bridge
services 14 00
T. n. Vallette. renainne: washouts
' on road as perewntract 05 00
Marshal Mirtiu, repairing roads
nor order of County Board. . . 30 00
F. D. Athtrton, $3 in full of bill
for tl2 for movinL' fenc. etc. 8 00
Total 451 95
ON ACCOUNT OK PKH DIEM.
Thos. Vf. Halliday, 4 days $ 12 00
Peter Saup, same 13 00
Jas. II. Mulcahy, 3 days mileage.. 13 80
Tottl 37 80
There being no further business before
the Board, on motion the Board adjouniud
sine die. Sam'l .1. Humm, Clerk.
of total amount allowed out of eacli fund nt
this session of the boaid:
Ani'tnutof courthouse fund....$ 13 75
" road nnd bridge fund . 45195
" pauper fund 582 05
" stationary, &n. fund.... 192 30
" circuit court fund... 301 50
" county court fund .... 180 00
" sup't of schools fund. 75 00
" circuit clerk 91 95
" dieting prisoners fund 094 00
' contingent fund 232 17
" county clerk funtl .... 105(1 24
" per diem fund 37 80
Total 13,008 71
Sam'l J. IIlmm, Clerk.
A Positive Cu'c for Kvery Form of
bk in ami Blood Disease, troiu
Pimples to Scrofula.
rPHOl'SANDS OF LETTERS in our possession
A reui ut this storv: 1 have been a terrib u suf
ferer for vears with H;oud sr.rt Skin Humors : have
been obliged to shun P'.ibl c pla"e bv reason of n y
rilrltifUrlni! humors; have had the beat physicians ;
have Kpi nt hundreds of do Isrs ami eot mi real re
lief tin 1 1 1 1 used tho I'ur.eeiu liKsoi.vEsr, the new
RUioil 1'nrlUer. Internally, and Cctii ciia and 1 1 n-
eciu Soap, the (irat Skin Cures ami Snin lleanil-
tiers, externally, which have cured me und lell my
skin and blood as pure as a child's.
Jame1 K. Richardson. Cu-t im lloue. New Or
leans, on oatn, SB, In 170 Scrofulous 1' leers
broke out on my hod , until 1 was a ms of corrup
tion. r.verytniBH Known in tne medical Isculty
was tried in vain. I became a mere wreck At
times could not lift my hands to my head, could
not turn in bed; was In constant pai", and lookud
upon l le as a curie. .o relict or cure In ten yeais.
Iu lrS) 1 heard ol the Cuticiira Remedies, and used
them and was perf-ctly cured.
Sworn to be ore U.S. t orn. J. l. CHAW FORI).
STILL MORE SO.
Will McDonald. TA'i Dearborn Street. Chlcaeo.
irratiTiilly ai know edges a cure of Eczema, or Salt
Klieum, on hes'l. ne k, rare, rms an t bus tor sev
enteen years; not able to move, except on hanis
and knees, for oieyear; not able to help hlmse'f
lor eltflit years; Irieil hundred" of remed'es; doctors
pronounced his esse Hopeless, permanently cured
by the Cutlcura Remedies.
MORE WONDERFUL YET.
II. E. Carpenter. Henderson, N. Y.. cured of
Psor'is or Leprosy, of twenty years' stsndin, bv
Cuti. lira R medics. 1 he most wonderfu cure on
record. A rinstianful of scales fell from Mm da"y.
Physicians and bis frict ds thou.'ht he ni jst d e
CuresMirn to bif.jre a justi e or the peaci and
Henderson's most prominent citiz- ns.
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Biven without our knowledge o sollcltion ilon't
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II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, II
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fAS Kin roUAl- .a ..
LLiNOJS CENTRAL R. E
y i'flr". r'lXylW-.l l!!MMtl
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv LAno Kurinini?
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
Tiuinj LiiiTi C.miio:
u iii. Muil,
Arrtvli.K In St. Louis 9 (HI a m : Chics' o, v'i-. p.m. :
.onuecunji at Udw and KtungMm for t'li.i in
null, Louirfillc, iuelur.apulis auti points East.
1I2;!J.J T. ill. Filrtt Ht. l.onia r,.l
Arriving In t I outs B:n p. m.,and connecting
VI, UJILM.IIIIB It I'MI.
i. m. KuHt Kxprcss.
St. Louis and Chleatro, arriving at St Louis
lj p. m.. and Chicago T;:ti a. m.
i 4." p.m Cincinnati Kxprcesi.
Airlvlnsr at Cincinnati 7:M) a. m. i Louisvlllu :5S
ta i inuiaoapo i 4 a m. Pas.ei.jjers by
Ik tra n reai h the ah vo points ly to '.lis
t'L'Us in advance of any other route.
ttyTh 3: 5 a. m. extiress has PPl.i.VtM
SOhKI'I.Nd CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, with.
out ehanu'es, and through sleepers to St. Louis
iiu'i v. uii a jo.
Fast Timo Knst.
!1 sNI'llCI'i'W ,ui" Ruthrouisb ,0 East.
' 1 eru tiolnis without ui !hU
aued by bunder Intervening. The Saturday utter
loon tralu from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornliiKat IO::li. Thlrty-sli hours iu advanceo!
D" other route.
1 tr tur throueh tickets and further information
tppiyst Illinois Ceiitial Railroad Depot, Cairo.
.1. M. J')fcS.Tti aet Atfent
A. 17. HANSON. Gen. I'as. Airont. Chlcaeo
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Trains dena't. Train.
4;' ft a. m.
II 4S a m .
a : 15 p, m.
1:10 a. m.
II :10 a.m.
. .4:8.) p.m.
. 9 jnp.m.
.0 4) p.m
Mail -.'ti'a.Tt.. I tMall
kviires. .. 't '4.r n. m tkm....
St Louis 1 X l-i;v!5 o. in. I M I ouis Ei
I. C. U. K (Southern Divi-n,
Mail 4:4'.a.ralt. Ex .
Express I'i::sl am. '. t Kx. . .
.. 3 lj p.m. I tN. O. Ex....
ST. L. 4 I. M. It. It.
W., ST. L. P K. 11.
,...4:i0a.m. 'Mall A Ex..
,.4:fl p.m. I 'Acco'n
... 7:4.') a.m. IrelRht
M' I1II.K ft OHIO It. R.
Vail A tlx.
Pre i hi
.S:Vi a.m. Mail. .
Daily except sup lav. t Daily.
'II MK C.AIilJ
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. fin PC
I. C. H. It (ll.rouL'h lock ma!!). 5 a. m. ;
" " ..11 :'.( m 3 p. ra.
" (wsy mall)..... 4 HO p.m. 9 p. m.
" (southeru Plv r o. m. Iu. ra.
Iron Mountain R. R '2 :8" p.m. 9 p. m
Wabash K R Io n. m. D. m.
Texas & St. Lou s It. R 7 p. in. III. ni.
St. Lonm 4 (jnirn It. R 5 p. m. 9 .10 am
Ohio River i p. m. 1 4 p.m.
Ms t-.er arrives Wed . Sat 4 Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. Sun.
P O. eer del. op D from 7 :3u am to":M pro
P.O. box de!. o, .v Irom Hi. m to 9 p m.
undais Kec. del. open Irom Ha. m. to 10 s. ru.
Snmlais tiox del. open from Hi, m to lo:30 am
7NOTE.-Chani(ts will be pu'ilished from
time to tlmo In city papers, channc vour cards ac
cordiwrly. WM. H. MCKf'UY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oiffauizcd December, 1R83, Under tie
Law or lays.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July stn, is.v, unuer
tbu laws of 11172.
JOHN II. ROMNSON....
WM. d I RAT r N....
J. A. GOHJST1NE
(!. W. DUnNING
4 wfasr mj u ifjr
BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strntton.Strntton Itird, irro-.ers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. tioldstine, oKinldsline .v. Roseuwater, whole
sale atnl retMil dry Rood;C. V. Duniilnic. M. P.;
Pres. IM. Med Ex., for pinsions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; .1. II. Robinson, county
Indue an notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker und Inminincc aecnt; K II Itnl'd, city
stieet supervisor; M. Phillii s, carjn titer and build
er; I honius Lewis, atloruev und secretary ; K.V.
P:erce,aliorney tt-luw, Dutiuoin 111.; K. C. Pace
cashier of centennial Han", Ashley, 111.; Alport
Ilnyden. cashier of Genruu Conne ly Co., spring
field. II ; li. M ii linn, atlorney-nt-'sw, li'.H lia.i
doiph street, Chlcsfn; Hon. ltobt. A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo J II. I.elghton,
cashier First National l ank, Stuart, Iowa.
THE BtST REMEDY IN THE WORlU FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
Tt is a spccillc for the cure ot Falling of the
yvotni), i.eiK'orrnie.i, rain in tne duck, rniu
or .Suppressed Menstruation, Ploodlnit. '"tul
iii(f Sensations, and all the varied troirfalnt-
teiidini; the period known as Chanfjgi,,.l, n
MERRELLS FEMALE TONES'
nnd.STRENtiTll tolliet'TKRiv'? JN
fxeitlnithenltliy fiction, and rX;,h?.'1T,0I.
tiieir normal condition. lyf , ,JU" V'.0"1
taste, MAY IIKTAKI'.V ijfv v 1 10 !ne
truly a "Mother FtiA , i,..l,j".K. l s
'ui 1 ' and Is
jwa. tor further nd
nae. Full Hir.Ui
vloo read Merreii s
With Plieh bol III