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OFFIG13: No. 13 Touth Strcot. TJioxntons Building.,
I'HH OFFICIAL PAPKP OF TJIK CITY
Tin: mii.Mri.v. n "ii: m.v iiaii.y
IMPISH IN HOlirHlAVi ILLINOIS.
TO IMKTI'X lHlNIKOn OF 11KAI!IIIX
Tin m Tin: .11 os r in:sutAiiiii: aiivku.
TliN .Mi:ll'.U IX ILLINOIS.
tiucrctiiry Uoutwcll ulnltiiH thut, ulncc
lliu hit of March, u tlucrouao lias bcon
iiinilc In tho public tlulit of 17,000,000,
liul liu mliU Unit llio bunds Ih.iuuiI by tlio
United titules In aid of I'hcIIIb rallwnjH,
amounting to iO'J,OU5,00(l, boln In tho
iiftttiro of h lottd, iwe not includud In the
foregoing Htntomunt. An tlu-y lure al
TiyM hltliurto been Included, tho du
in the dobt U only $10,000,000-iit
wjilch rntu It would tal:o nearly two
hundred years to pny oh" our Indebtod
news. AliMllWRUko, n few nlghtB go, ft Gr
nimi Inborer niimud Wober gara his wlf.
u llfty-ilollur bill for tafo keeping. Not
buying hud io large a eum In the houm
at one tlmo for year, Mr. "Wober na
turally f.lt very Hollcltous about Ita safe
ty, ami nfterinuch thought rucreted It In
tho bowl of tho coffee-mill, m placo
not llkly to bo Hpled out by burglurn.
Her linMband, on rising tin uext morn
ing, ground the coll. as usual, and with
It tho prncloUR o&rnlngH of months. The
poor woman Hwooned on dUcoverlug tha
mldliap, and has been confined to her
bed ver elnco tho unfortunate oecur
nnco. GLAD OF IT I
That a ipeculator, at Lafayette, last
weok loit one hundred dollar.", on an on
gagement with Mr. Petroleum V. Nasby
for a public Itcturo. Anybody that
would unguge this disgusting mounte
bank, at any price, and Inlllct his doll,
inuipld trash upon tho public, deserve to
lose not only hi money, but also the
good opinion of decent poople.
Matthow Andorson committed sulcldo
nt Htockton, Coles county, recently
Tho IndlanppolU, Illoomlngton and
Western railroad has reachod Danvlllo.
Thut city had delivered $70,000 In bonds
to the road.
Tho frco brldgo acroa tho I'ox rlrer at
Ottawa, in vlow of tlio refusal of tlio peo
ple to pav tho bonii- ibvumiI for pur
chaser, luti been uttrrenJored to tho
stockholder. It Is nu old structure
which the city undertook to buy last
John Gibon, who win on trial at Cur
IlnvUle. charred with the murder ef
Watson, has been acquitted,
A few days since a dltllculty occured
between TVm. Maddox, living in Morgan
county, near Jacksonville, and his two
itons and a nephew named Knowles,
uboutsomo proporty which tho boys had
bought from the old gwntlemau, but had
failed to fulfill their contract. A few
days a fter this the boyu got drunk and
started, for tho residence of Maddox. As
they approached, Muddox camo to the
door, when Lewis Ifmldox, his son, nils
ed his rllle and llred, tho ball entered
the old gentleman's shoulder, from the
fleet of which ho dld n fow day after
tho occurrence. Tho young men are ull
lodged in jail.
Building l reported very dull in
reoria, and musons .and carpenters aro
unable to obtuln employment.
Tho Rockford woolen mills, of JJyson
liros. were partially destroyed by lire on
Tuesday night. Loss 5S.000: full Insur-
anco. The I'ausoof tho flro is supposed
to huvo been iponUnoous combustion.
Tho Trustees of the .Blind Aiylum, nud
tho Adjutaut Qeueral of tho Btatc havo
aubmittod their annual reports in manu
Henpt rorm. tiioj hftTo not been ox
amlned by the Governor, ami it is not
known what (hey contain.
The bonded debt of the titato of II 1 1
nois to-day outstanding is f5, 104,759,(1-1.
During tho last year, ending Dec. 11,
JSG9, fST3,177,70huvu been paid.
tTho examination at the formal and
Model Department of the Statu Normal
University, at Normal, aro In progress,
many prominent individuals; Including
members of tho 6tao Hoard of Educa
tion, beiug present. Tlio examiuutlons
Indicate great progress.
A Commission has been appointed to
condemn proporty through Illoomiiig
tou, for tho Howard, Illoomlngton and
Mississippi railroad, Tho contraoioj-s
have 500 uion at work on this lino bo
tweou liloomiugtou aud Ford conn ty,
Tim KEwniuu iitun kasts. i.ouis
Tlio Financial Chronical of Wcdnes-
duy last contains tho following :
During tho past w0ok u dividend has
been argeod upon by tho Directors of tho
Chicago and Alton Kallroad Company
of 50 per eon t. of the present par valuo
of tho stock, on tho paymont by" the
. felUr holder of the company about 50 pgr
cent on me uoimr or ine new stocK issucu
, (hat la to say, to rniy. holder of 100
shares of tho old stock. 50 shares addi
tional will bOi Issued on tho payment of
"mi v vvt viiucn ui UIVIUVUU
SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13.
havo not as yet been announced, but wo
bellevn they will bo substantially as
abdruundanbney tbUH obtained Will bo
used for building a braimh road toward
Memphis from Kt. Louis of Hi! mllen in
length, which will be built by tho com
pany for cash, and the Directors think,
will be a very valuable addition to tho
enterprise. Of course with tls dividend
of stock tbero lu to be tho usual cash divi
dend of (lvo per cent, payable In March.
In 1653 tho net profits amounted to
11,500,118 85. Tho earnings for 1809, ,to
November 30, were Sl.GlO.WsS 112, and ct.ll.
mating tho Dnceinber oarnlngH at S301,
700, tho total for tho year will bo M,708,.
583 II, an Increase of f 200,000 over 1808.
Tho Chronicle then gives an analysis
of tho earnings of the road to dGmon'
st rnto tho fact that the dividend iiiuiifcd
could be paid, and still leavo a flurphiB.
Tho Chronicle, howover, has fallch Into
one or two errors. Tho road proposed to
bo built runs to Cairo, and not, as might
bo supposed from tho article, on thia sldo
of th river and toward Cairo. Again,
the directors havo decided not to issue
the slock, but to recommend its issuoand
inbuilt tho question to the stockholders,
tiic charter or tne company rcfjuinng ine
BPBontof tureo-fourth of tho shares be
foro any now stock can boistued. Neltli
oraro tho terms exactly' Mated aa tho
pavments upon tho new stock, If voted,
aro to be in instalment, tho first being
$ i 50 per sharo tko dividend being only
47J instead of. CO. poiJeent -Tlio. fact is
tiicrcrorn timt, u uio stocKiioKiers or mo
Chicago and AlUin JUiilroad; ua' vote, Ht.
Ixiuls will tipeedlly havo a now connec
tion to Cairo,- by a road running through
a rec on rich jiot only in acrieaiiurai ro
tlth tieds of coal,
of a riualitr needed to develop our iron
interest This Ida consummationto bo
greatly desired. HU Ixiuift Kepiitflican.
A few daysTigrr, Tom. Groves, of the
EvauBTlllo Jouraal, and Ilorrull, of tho
Courier, had n rchcontro on tho street, In
which tho Journal man enmo off second
I.ITTI. r CIUL DL'Bir.D AMTfS.
About fodr weeks bko a littlo Gorman
girl ia Ilroolclyn, Ohio, took sick with
the lock'jaw. an In n few days stio was
fl.Allrvlit rlnnA ntlil wnm liiMlnri On tlin
evening of her burial, r tho motliwr, for
fomo reason, was led to tho grave, and,
witu uer carpresseucioso io ino-grounii,
thought she heard unoiso and bnliovtd
h.T child to bo moving in IM coflln. 'Khe
withheld from asking atwUtnuceor fear
of being ridiculed, andimmedlatoly pro.
eurcd acpndeand began to dig up .tbo
earth, boon she camo to tho coffln, and
hurriedly taken It from the earth, open
ed It and there found tbo body or nor
child, nine hours after Its burial, ns
warm as if it wore alive, and lying on Its
side. Klio took tho child to her house,
whero a physlulau wan Immediately call
cl In nl vvvry rnstoratlVO applied to
bring thp.chlld to llfo. It was too late.
Thot-oul had taken itsllight, and lu a
few hours more tho body was cold and
lev. It wai soon burlntl airaln. and has
not Miico been disturbed. 'Buffalo .
tiii: family maciiim:.
now tjik ,mju coTKit.fjtr.nT rmn
MOItl.Dr.VKUNAn itillCJf-TIli: i uli.
IILOWN OUMEIIALN OF TJIK
lCr. onbeTow York Hun.
. .Tho. Government Is. run as. a, sort of
family tnabhlue. where 'hungry Ihcom
peteuts aro fed, i clothed and uniformed
at the public expense. It does not mat
ter in the least viotlier they havo been
rebel sympathizers or not during tho re
bt'lllon.'llke .'olU'ruaaJJent-l' (To bo of
tho family, no matter how.rtraotehvls
the first and groatest quallllcatlon, which
supersedes honesty, fitness, and capablll.
Tho President's houso Is no longer
what it uscti to bo. Tlio Chief Magi,
trate Is approached only through a lino
of "Gouerals." Thero is Gou. Deut,who
Is a sort of chief usher, aud stands hi un
dress to ndmlt or reject visitors, as ihey
may bo of tho faithful or suspected stripe,
Ono class is handled by Gen. Porter, an.
other by God. Dabcock, and a third by
Gen. (Somebody Else, until tho President
is reached. All these generals arc draw
lug pay, rations), horao feed, servants'
wages, aud other allowances. In the most
delightful way for themselves. Who
cares, elneo Uncje Ham pays tho piper?
The gouerals buy big houses, spurt fine
carriages, livo on tho fat of tlio land, and
slngpacny to tho Commander in Ciller,
as tho King's friends ought to do.
Gen. Dadoau, who never set a squa
dron in tho Held but who notwithstand
ing, Is a fulibl0WU general, taket Ills
case at his inn, and lets diplomacy n
London look after Itself. Whilo In Eng
land, he nover proteuted to do anything
elso than ornament tho Legation a du
ty for which ho was prc'0mlnenty
qualified. IrisVftehlhgton ho decorates
the Palace, and draws his pay liko'u
aenslblo and'ylrtuoua'.Hecond l Secretary
of Legation who has nothing to do but'
to air his otuolaLgraces at two Courts.
"Iusatlato archer, would not one otllco?',"
Certainly nut, guys the redoutabj? Gen
Whon Mr. Motley was nt Vienna lie
recommended that his mission... thero
should bo raised to art'dtriliiis-syTrBunlo
remorseless Seward would not consent,
ami rainer reuuicea ine suggestion in ills
official reply. Now the catilo sends over
a rumor that tho British Mission hero s
to bo put up to a higher rank, with the
expectation of course that we aro torecl
procato. The mill;' In that cocoa'nut is
very, Vienuoso. Lot .us havo magnificent
embassies bv all means, with tho nmird.
priato toggery, flurikoys, and awellato,
uooi. auu uy uu lueuns ici mo elegant
Mr. Sumaer, In the prldo of his Ohalr
mHushln of Foreign JielaUqns, design
tho uniforms and order tho gohllaoe fur
Motloy, Washbiirno, Jonee (hot John qf
the war OiTlco), Jay, Rub'lee, Sch'ollaberr
ger (Poebus.what names,) and Company;.
The modest aud retiring Sickles is par
tially provided In tlrlillu,elbut c0ud bp
persuaded to undergq, addUiop, for Jils
OAIiM:i A1 TO LIFE.
HOW A3IA.T nnESIIMTO IlKTIAXOr.l)
nix'iii vki xkwn or inn itntriTK,
rroin Hit lluflalo Exjiresi, DoctmUr 11. j
Messuar. tho Jlociiesier wno-muruorer,
nurrowly escaped hanging yesterday,
and, even 'with the respite; it is alto
gether probable that ho will at no distant
Umu bo oxecuted. (About 11
o'clock tho Sheriff, with members of tlio
press and a few friends or. tho prisoner,
went to the cell In which he was con
lined. Ho was being dressed for execu
tion by ono of tho turnkeys of the Jail,
aud as tho party entered was agisting
tho turnkey to button his vest; his coat
was laid nurosH tho back of n chair near
by, nnU oti the window ledge lay an
open book of devotion, printed in Ger
man,' and a photograph from tho plcturo
or tne virgin Mary. J no uniocnuig or
the door did not appear to attract his at
tention, but tho tramping of many feet
caused him to turn around with n-quick.
ppastrtodlc motion: his eves wcro flxotl
on the floor, nnd hie tuelh firm set; ho
evidently thought they had comoto lead
him to his death; Ho hold out his hand
to tho Sheriff without a word, but ex
pressing by his manner that ho .recog
nized the duty Imposed iinon thut official.
Tho Sherill, almost too affected to speak
n:ouu, wnisporeu in ins ear, " a re-.
apito has come; a Htay of proceedings
nan neon granted." Aiessner ropllou
with a puzzled look, as though ho did
not understand, upon which Sheriff
Sutherland said to him. "You still live.
.Ypn will not bo hanged today." Like
an electric liaMi tne looks, manner and
bearing of the man ehangod; the firm set
teethrolaxed; the eye, schooled to hard
rriPfts. betrayed his emotions,' and tlio
blood receoded from his cheeks. His
whole system seemed to droop; and slow
ly turning away, he dropped into a chair,
with his back to tho bystanders. Pres
ently ho routed himself, nnd while shak
ing hands with tho people who surroun
ded him witli congratulations, ho said
that ho did not expect the respite; that
ho was prepared, to die; and that he was
oven nnxlou. for in two or three months,
-Jf.it was decided thatho must be hanged,
r .v.t..i.t ... I.. J iiM li.
Rliraon,, the lawyer who has fought tho
case rtlirough, camo forward to shakd
hands with his client, tho tears camo to
his eyes, his volco faltcd nnd he could
not control himself to Introduce Mr. Proc
tor and Mr. Chosebro. who had been with
him to tocure tho writ. Thero wcro few
in that pell who could contain their feel
ings, for solemn thoughts wlli-conio bh
one stands in tho presence of a man
'whom the black pall of douth has bean.
foldliiu, ana whose life had only bean
saved by a fe.w, a vory few minutes. Af-
tcrsomo conversation in German with
ono or two of tho pcoplo present, ho was
left aloue with the Ruv. Mr. Bayer, his
NOirnirit.v im.inoih inat. asti.x-m
Tlio ComniUiiniiers appointed toimiaio
aim erecia uuiitiing roran jnsano Any
lum lu thu southern part of tho Slate of
Illinois, havo selected a location north
east of Anna, nnd between that place
and Jonesboro, containing 271 acres,
purchased for that purposo for tho sum
of thirteen thousand dolfars. Springs of
pure water aro found In abundance con
venient to the building location, nnd
quarries of tho best white limestone are
within two hundred yards. The water
fcuppiy will hot bo less (bun eighty
thousand gallons per day.
Tho architect Is Mr. Thomas Walsh,
of tit. Louis. Mr. Walsh has earned an
enviable reputation iu his profc&siou,
nnd Is known not only ab u skillful and
rellaulo architect, hut one of extensive
information in tho constitution of such
buildings, acquired both in tills country
jmd in Europi, 'St. Louis lltpublican.'
The location is south-west of Anna,
and south-east of Jouesboro. Thero aro
lOlacresin.tbo traet, which will bo pur
eliaied for $13,012. Two hundred acres
of this landjs uuder. cultivation. If -1171
acres is deemed suAlcIeut, it will cM a
tritlo over fSfor t,hp hlto. .
A'iviSVjew anos v.
eliTimr. or a 'woxnunFCi, Kr.vrx
rKT.T 1IIRU Ifi liVooi.x county.
- - o
(From tli Alntifdri (Ky.,) PlKp.U-lj.J
Mr. James Popi.cs, living two and a
half mUcs from .btunford, on tho Dud
dvra's Mill Itoad, is Surrounded by ii
party of neighboring boy, who aro fond
of tho spdrt of Jilghc hunllug. Oyer u
wek aAo theso boy wero engaged In
their favorite pastime, and while ab
sorbed in the excitement of a fox chaso
'wero suddenly startled by what they
called an nuearthly scream from some
of tho treo tops. Somo deolnrod It was a
panther, some a catamount, and otherj
Lulleved ho volco that pf a female iu
distress. , They agpoed to approaoli.as
near tho spot whence the Ecreams came
jApossiblujund took uptlyj iineof march
toward tho place. At each stop the
screamy . wero .repented to tho
nmaremont of tho. boys, and If tho
truth .must to toldf thero was a, pre
'eptlble t.rorJn.cach ouo'a voloo, and
daylfght would, havo exhibited very pale
noes. Guided still nearer by thestrango
.noise, thoy directly heard tho clank of
,cuahii, Irprta .and padlocks. This was
too much for youthful temerity to on
dure. They wero bravo boys, but demo
nlan yells fromtjiq treo tops, accompan
ied by. thia rattling music of tho devil at
tho droary hour of midnight, when
ghosts. h9.bKoblln8 ano hluo doyils, stalk
abroad, wero fraught with too much' Im
pending danger tq bo relished oven by
stouter lion rts and stronger nerves. Tlioy
rotruatod like tlio "boyB in bluo" from
tho.ba.Mleio.fiHull Hun, in good ordor. aud
reported to tho neighborhood tho strange
and wonderful sounds which. had greet
ed their earn. '
Mr. PopplQf .ttghed at tho alarm of
tho boys,,btt Was stlHoh tho lookout for
'Btrango eights. On last Saturday hlSr cu
rlosltywasb'menhat rellevod'by' seeing
a mmtcr something lllco tho condor
of Biubad the sailor, alight 6n' his
barn., , It gave i fow of .tho
aorekina whlolAhadflodlaturbtHlthfl bovB
and Mr. P. was tmtlsfled ho had found
tho. ghost. Hot6bkdoVnhIs rifle, add
!tl..ni nrvixniitlnn tn nut. I n u. all vnr hill.
4ot, drew, a btjid pn.tbo blrd.-and it foil.
)n approaching It, lio found that oply
one wing nati neon uroaen wuion iuu
amputated. Now comcs't secret of
tho chains, uncloot Jiau; nauging io ,it
a stool trap welgliinfr aftouMour poonas.
which had bcon evidently 4sot; for1 Var
mints. It had been thero fdsppmb tlmo
ilh tlm flnsh had rotted off. the trait on y
hanging' by a Jfladef. On mcasnrdment
tno oiru proveu loooppvori leonrum hp
in lit. Tt .wiu nt n. lil nc It -nlnr. nnd both
similar and dls'simular in many respects
to an eagle. Ita feet and the eathora of
its logs, which hung about six inches in
length, wore those of an oagjo. but tile
uulformjct black color iudlotod another
species. At last account It was doing
well and eating raw flesh with a vorn
Salv'tsiiori for. the Haiir.
For Restoring to Grwtf Hatr its,
Phalon's "Vjta" dtfics,
utterly from jjjruic "dyes,!
colorcrsVlJnd " restorers ,f
,(?). n',yrse..3 It t acts .qnai
totally dWercnt principle. ' It
is ltmpVdfragrant; and per-'
fectly innocroqs, precipitates
no muddy or flactilent mat
ter, requires, no shading up,,
and, communicates notain to
the skin or the linen. No,
$apcr curtain is ntgszry to
conceal its turJ)MTajTpcnrnnce,i'
for the sinlereasoti that
notjurlyc.. It is, to all intents
'nnd ptdpoVcs, AvS,v'yr5is'c0,VERv
Phafon's " Vitalia" is
warranted to cnxsfy: n change
in the color of the foiir within
io days after the firstsipnlica-
tion, rlic direction
IT IS AS CLRaR AS WATER !
AND JAS NO SKDIMENT.
Price, One, Dollar per Box,
cosrSnM; two wittlkj.
Sold dy auJruggists.
If your DriiggisX has not
" Vitalia "-on hanx write, en
closing, 'l.ocnd wc Jwilli
(onvardrit Irrlmediiuely. .
PiiALcyj 6c Son,
517 Brandwav N. Y. '
qityTnat'i on a ljlVn K.
V. IN l!AI.i,irAY, trrtiliit , ,
A. II. HAH'KUItl), Cn.lilrri I i
WAbTKU HVSI.OP, AUtt Ga.ltlcr.
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fi atiithtiti.dk. I W. 1' riAI.IilllAT.
KCUTT W1I1TK. . KUUr.H-XHlNNlNUHAII,
;u. wii.liams(j-, iTKriii:rt iiihu,
A. U. tiAKFUlll).
KxeUnpo, Colu, anil Uniti.i titatca ttoudi'
IloUKht (! Sold.
PejiotiU Kttnvid, and . nQeneral Hag
rjllIK FIRST NATIOjriVTj HAK
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Collections. Pvrbmpt Atteudc'd'to; r
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KBdmiyje, Coin, luU
Htalsd'-HrcMrUUt, j tS ,
Intoroit Allowed oa Tinio HejxysILs.
wblUIC .. j
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. ElfEqTIOK, NQ'IICES,
Tim Bluoklujldijn of. tlm Cilvintlsnolillnlik Mill
tnka hollco tfmt un y.lac t Ipu will to hMuMUU (ank.
uKwoAj, Miiinry u,,iipv, rpr (tvn pif M0, 9"
iltllLinv, ' . ' . ...
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?.5Wi W a . .. t MU-Uf
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
GKT THE BEST. 20
HUT TIIK OMLT On.lUIXK IMPItOVKD
.QRIODE GOLD WATCHES
MAniifaetnrnJ j tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
TliyntnU tho bott tntvkc, Hunting Cf., fltifly
hasotlrlflolc nnd )Arllko fine 1W1I. Anil nro ruiinl In
snnrnr.inc'tnllin lot pol.l wnlrlifn innally contlna
lisp. Kull Jowoliil I,(n(.n, (if nt. nnd 1-udW sltun,
at 91.', cnrli.
ouH Dot'iit.K i:xtua m:rini:i Boii.i
Orolile (lol 1 Hunting t i ,YA Jwelt'il I.eTrri,rii
pftlM to taw Oold Wntth'si ItrRiilati'dnnd rimiriin-
n-c 1 ifj rim.ji .enrrva. ;iip,an'i er ana not uriiUli,
with Ritrn ibo Cnje.i, nt Syj each.
ntn lllnltpv I m p.r.iil...l I ...I -.. 1 !'..
wnd hyi Kxprc nnjwhtrtf within Ihrr Unltfd Sdiics,
laynWc to mvnt on dHIWT.with tho irlllro Io opnn
imtl eiainin.b.farn paid fiir, nnd If not mtlifjiitorr
rf tarnfd, by pnring thn hx;.r rhnrfic. Onoilii will
bo cent Uy mall ai KrgJitercU Tackuco, prvimld, by
rndlnccn.h In iwlrnnce.
AN AOHNTHKNDI.NOKOItSlX WATCHK8 OKTH
AN KXTIIA, WATCH KIIKK. MAKlNfl HKVEN SIS
WATCH KS KOIIIW, 01( WK'KN 8) WATCHES Foil
CIIAIN,of lnlo.t nnd moateottly iU.. forl.tvllP"
and (Icnllcmon. from in tn 40 Inchon lonir. at n. W.
BC. nd tSMicli. flitnltll wnlclicsat wholmalo inicr...
f Into kind nii aiiu of watcli required, and order onlf
THE OROIDH WATCH CO.
octU a& w Of 111 Fulton strvot, wVorlc.
Now Millinoiy Qoods.Etc.
lift Jnat rrvrlrrd n tilcndl.l variety of Holiday
(icwIs-EVmiVl'lUMG TO l'LEAbli Till': CHILD-
h.,anil rry chrnpr
AUo. tha Intent Clonk. Bntnae. Drcn nnd ether 1'at-
ttni, for lauliu nnd Children.
f k Xcw Bfllllnorr Goods,
-Alio on band.
DOHKET8 Mid HATS, Dlcachcd, Colored nnd inula
doli-lf rtclwf r n Wwhlnton and Walnut.
JglP.B EyHHYTHING IN
TIX 13 BOOK XiXBTIE
No. 100 CoHKianiL Atmui.
Coiifcclloiix, Toj h, Firc-WorkH.
AMPLE vnOYISIOX FOR TJIE Y0UN0S
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