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BIR. STONE CITY. DAK.
N* K I: K N
11
bloodc'•
vi ."*1
i--
Otl
i't in 1 lii n't v i ii in i f«
-poken
IN I.,
to who has a ,-kii
that
easian.
THEY
ait-
T'TILARFJIIITF
Cossack country, provided his courage
does not fail him tt!•.. h.-ur .if
.starting arrives.
LOKI SAMSHTKY'S
THK Rr.\
Mil,
pastor of Ply mouth Church, says that
the church has taken no action in re­
1
forseveial months.
WAI.TON DWIC.HT,
I'HCI. RICMAUD A.
THE
deciilcd failures. One electric
alout one and a half milrs in 1
requires an engine of about fifty horse-
profitable
A
DEALEU tells 7V//
ae|ua:ntanc(-s
I n w i
IIENI»Y WAKII BKK MKK
EV LINTS
I- N T.
•t r„
I LIU'IT
white
he most itmuaei.
Cau-
th« Chinese pubi.e
whool in San Francisco to accommo­
date thr lar^o increase in the number
of pupils
C.OI.DWIN SMITH
interest in the Toronto Week. This is-
caused by inerca.sin"' if ill-hoaith, wh'.cii
renders compulsory work irksome
THE (V.ar of Russia will i-
the scene of the famine in the Don
that
OI cmm n ai
Cal., the rent charged i according to I
the number of rooms, lirokers .«
that a room should rent at s£o and
per niontli. Thus a five-room house
should be or $:K). besid's the value
of bath-room and closet Architects
This, of course, is for cheap houses.
The rage for French Hats in the city is
abating.
FUINCE LEOPOLD
pocket a choice variety. His i-:e
was cMjuisite and his jude m,.|
values extremely accurate. He
presented a ring to a friend
would take ti ring from ling,
flip it on the recipients linger.
*ny nothing. Hegreai!\ c.itj.»\ei!
or
gard to tiinJin.tr an occupant for itspul- display in Milan, Italy of Hour "will
pit, and probably nothing will be done jnachinerv and apparatus connected with
l'lio
eminent scientist and
hereafter to be a eit:
electric railroads in
Tin: \VI:I:K.
I»ino#tIc N®*»
I I U i I
llUUieilt fll.ul
O W
allioUUt*
i .•!! 'I'..!.-j n e ompanx '.--a
«. last year
I ry g... ds imports tr |!.. v .-k at t!.e
I of Nov- V-i k amounted
\*old strip is reported I I'.
ami it is lea rod fruit lias been injured
number of laborers on a New York
bunding struck because two eon todon men
were employed.
Tito steiuuer Eagle hu-. i-ecu "it l'c. i.•«.
V i s a a y N e w o u n a n w i n u
board, all of whom perished.
A movement is on foot in Chicago. headed
lv the carpenters. to establish eiylit hours
a day's work and .'$5 cents an hour.
Since March 1 Chicago puckers have
slaughtered J1 hogs, against v."2t».(KM for
the corresponding periwd a year ago.
The Illinois. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
is about to sell hi- legislatures have adopted resolutions
strong-
ly condemning the Irish coercion bill,
Herr Most was released from Blaekwell's
I Island, New York April 1, and as soon as he
landed took refyg© with friends- in a beer
saloon.
Cattle on tins ranges N Mexico:.
Indian Territory and Colorado have come
through the winter in excellent siiape and
with but slight losses.
•The New York court of- appeals.-''has
aitinned the judgment of the general term
~~~~~~(convicting a party selling •:-"margarine
health excites in violation of the statute.
tinned uneasiness amonir his friends, At St, Joseph's convent. Hannibal, Mo.,
who say he is rather g«»in«r down hill burues. aged i'2 years, accidentally
killed a playmate named Ilolman Turner,
than up. and complain that he contm-
nKtHi
HAI.LIDAY. :t-T:LII(
u» years, by shooting.
lies to work twice as much as be should. The United States district courts of u st
i ern I'ennsylvauia have suspended operation
until the October term, because of the fail
ure of congress to puss the deficiency bill.
The State Department calls the attention
of American manufacturers to the coming
i bread making,
at limtrhanipton. N. 1., h::d It MUM have been received.
policies on his life amounting to $*2o0,-
000. The companies contested the
pavtnent of these policies, allejrino-
A special to the Boston. Mass.. Journal,
on the Wth. from St. Johns, N. F., says the
who died in 1X7S steamer Eagle, from the sealing grounds, is
reported lost. with v!i)o men. No particulars
ov. Hill of New York, sent 'a message to
the legislature on special legislation, ft
at,
fraud. Claims aniountinj to flUA.ooo bill if the senate passes it.
have now bccii -pitied b\ tile iximM The Stone Cutters' Association i" ti
«f !HlS (K)() ii.tiati, Covington antl Newport. ,.i
i Clded to clo^e business until a si
having purchased a tract of land on «K". tu pivpace the w?ty tor»\j» i i.
i ci.ue sugar maktuu b\ the dillusi..!.
Orange Lake. He sa\s the lower at- lie speaks u-n-efuiiN "t the outloo*
mosphcre of Florida is so clear that The (bite city (las Company, of .Atiar
constellations stand out in wonderful u.tHto. has been placed in
...... i bauds of a receiver, on aecoun* of
Ol iuiaucy. i tailure ani Higbt of VV. K. Lawtor
Lu-
An
fh** high li-ense bill passed i
New or!: and brooklyn. LiilJ will veto 11
on
one (imniis Coleitian hits rt
N of Fl- i.
1
can lie made as to wages. About ««i n.-,
ua-n are hus deprived of work,
ret. in
.ther he went, tin
Yi»rk, who was its treasurer and
Cal., where the climate is considertd a terrible hailMonn, accom].anie.l with
to be the most suitable for them, are wind, struck that place at s o'clock Monday
night. Two dwellings were demolished and
i A special from Ackworth. ia., states that
I'JHd the occupants had a narrow e»ea{io from
alout one ami a half mil*s in length, death.
The number of cases received at the pen-
power to supply the etc,tricky of t«ro i "7"
lb were Ut these, l.^o:! were on ac
ears, and, at this rate, is considered not count of the Mexican war. Certiticates
issued, :J,','17 number of eases pending.
•:±9i)7.77ih
Hosliiu }'.-/
then is a custom among certain "cheap children alreadv passei l.y the house. It is
swells" of cliibbintT together nnd bnv-
ing a supply of highly-colored neck- meats was rejected- i:{ to
wear the various articles of which are aged »7. a pro.uinent
worn alternately by
dim-rent,
indivi.lu-
1
making a tour of the world, den^us Hffainst Hogarty. who was on trial for
... keeping his barber shop open on Sunday
visiting this country after leaving China
1
I* raucisco and a special car of the Pcim- necessity or charity. Tho case will be
i» -i i -i. .... 'taken to the supreme, court on exceptions
pylvauia Railroad will await him there ...
.. Ine light, house board has completed
and transport l...n from
0.«
I'.u-il,,-
had a curi
ons lo\o for tingcr-rings and gave a
great many away. Ho took a grcai
delight in pla\itig with gems ami pre
oious stones, and always carried in
s
of
'ell
i e
I.
i!
lie
surprise, occnsiomd l»\ si« gills and it
was to him all the response lie desired
'-•.The Conn ectieut..«ei|ttt®vby n v.,teof -jfrto.
H. passed the hour law for women and
s u,H as
,,1'
l'h.v*,,ia!1
of being bountifully was slipping away Iromhim and
I that ]ioverty was imminent drove him to
vided with such attire. self murder.
It is estimated at the Treasury depart
1n renting houses at San Franci-co, ment that there was a decrease of about
ngure in the same way. They will con- at a Broonlyn hospital on the J'.ith, having
tract to build a house for $400 a room.
of Prussia, who i
Massachusetts law. An
amendment, excepting mercantile establish­
0,,*h
... .. suicide at his home in Cirard, Fa., by
als. who thus get the credit among their taking morphine. The delusion that his
«bV,n.MJ, c,n.miue.l
"'M-jiith.
.'l'l?,,t Um"'A
o. he 1 ei. eipls u[ to the amount to
Mun
and expenditures to ,ViU, -in­
cluding ^i.4.'Ja pen-a. .a pMyments. The
net gain ot receipis over expenditures is
Joseph S .miners fell from th« iteps of his
lodging house in Brooklyn. N. Y., last
October and dislocated his neck. He died
lived live months with a broken neck. He
was completely paralyzed. The surgeons
attempted to set his neck. He seemed to
improve, became conscious and hoped for
recovery
Massachusetts has a Sunday barber-shop
law, similar to that of Minnesota, and at
Host on in the "Lord's day" violation case
the jury in the superior court rendered'a
liK
,„
illK
coast,. He is accompanied by ('ount Liberty on Bedloe s island. A strong lens
Kantptz and Huron von Nickisch.
world.
,l„ HurtLoMH „f
be placed in the torch, live additional
electric lights will be placed around the
i base, making KS of such lights in a I, and a
i number of incandescent lights will be
placed in the in'erior of the statue. The
light to be placed the torch will be one
of the most powerful fixer)
Quarantine was infinite.! ,,t
Texas, on the 1st. against cholera. The
State has been under "paper" piarauiine
since but the prod..,nation has not
here'..lore een enb.rced at that |miat 'J he
cho,era Iris traveled northward in South
America an'il it has rea. i ed the Isthmus ol'
Panama, and if is (.-and the Mexican (en
trai trains may bring il into t.ne Cnite.i
Stales Jiy order
Ot
having prepared a series of new designs of
embossed stamps for stamped envelopes of
the 1,2, 4 and cent denominations. The
head of Franklin has been accepted for the
cent stamp, and the heel* of'Washington,
.iackson and (irant lor he I and cent
I'enommalion-. r« spedi ve'•. The general
design ol the new scries is rui »n the
pper side a
ml lollow1Jiii' al sliape ol
'to stamp is Hie legend
1
tited Stutes
osta^e," instead of "C t- 1' •••tage." as on
lie stump now in use. This new scries will
be ready for l^sue a
bout May I. The border
.•f the *1 cent adhesive stamp lias oeen
slightly modified to .•• i:
of the cent stamp.
li. ». Dun i\' c. ,.| New Y. i i. :a .»
weekly trad' Moii'M
langed from
p-r
t.: »r the
but operations to cause stringency will now
be exceedingly diHicnlt every day. unless
unusual outgo of money should set ill. as in
1SM, in place of the return cu-totnary in
April. Failures during the first ijiiirterof
Iss Miia ler number than in lvNi,
I *.'» or !ss.|. but the aggregate of liabilities
was larger than last year, not because of a
general enlarging of mdebtedne-s, but be
cause a few unusually heavj failures were
included.
There are thirty-seven factories engaged
in the manufacture of artificial butter now
in operation in the United State?, as
follows: Two in benver, 11 in Chicago. I in
Kokomo. lnd. I in Kansas City. 1 in
Armourdale. Kan 1 in Ashland, Wi-,..
in Hurley. Wis 1 in Fan Claire. Wis.
and 1 in Chippewa {'alls. Wi. There are
I retail dealers in oleomargarine in the
United States who paid special taxes a
i such in the months of November and
i December. Issti, and January and Feb
i rnary. |ssl. 'riu niniiber of wholesale
dealers is ".'litj. The quantity of oleomar
g.arine manufai'tured and rene'Ved for con
jsumplion or sale at two cents per pound
during the past four in nths is 1\! »4".l40
pound-., an-1 the quantity exportetl from
the United States is bVi.T'.iT pounds.
The business failures of the three months
euiling March J51. as reported by It. (». Dun
& Co.. numbered li.uol. against for
tin* same quarter of
ISN,.
I^N'.
II led
ltl
eoinnarative
liabilities for the corresponding periods
were: Jss7, p'.l.iNHt |ssf,. .^'.".i.tVs 1 .(too.
e geographical distribution is somewhat
unusual, the liabilities the Middle States
amounting to .oiio, showing an
increase «f over
..IHIO.IIOU
compared wit It
and in New York City they were
nil .'oo. against J'J.^uo.m*! last year. In
all other sections of the country except the
Middle States the failures are fewer and
i much less iu amount than an average, and
i the total result is much less than in e
I viotis years. In Canada the failures for
the tirst quarter of lire i"',. against
i :Wt lssfj liabilities. n ,. oe. against
$ i.44:J, ih.i in issft.
Commissioner Coleman lias returned from
Louisiana whither he went, three weeks
ago, to prepare the way for experiments in
cane sugar making by thedilVtiMon process
"I ha\c selected theti'.v Yarniouth plania
ion. a* yon already know. lie said r• an
\ssociated Fre-«s reporter, "as tin- ,'ltc.'
'.vhei'e ,ve shall make the trial. The outlook
s very promising. lh"ti-h 1 have made and
slftli make no pi-op- .... suits
sttl! of mr work Kativ
i ft I' ie\(Hid e feet a' we in •. ,j
under many ,o
imined mir e.,:.- ,* •. ..|J said
•ha' it- _v i"!d ... 111 ,!
per tot "v- «e goi at»oi
our e.xj e .'iits in f.ouis
'•t-ssftli ,js ,'» '.ho)te. the pill S -1. I.,.
e-- I
•aigar intercs' i
1
The -tirst'-
i.
U'c!.-r fed-
i
isurvi \eda snHicient. (juantitv of land to
givefiu head of a family bifi acres vn-h
single person ov.-r Is years of age ^u acre--:
i to
.each orphan under l1* years of age. si
ficies and to each other single person
under ycatx of age. to acres. This dis
trtbtition is made to males and females
alike. By the last census there were ll.V.t
Indians on this n*scrvation, each of w hom
w ill receive a patent to his land declaring
that the I nited states will hold the lands
thus alotted for years, in trust for the
•beuelit of the Indians or their heirs \t
the expiration of ihis period the 1 nitel
States will convey the lands in fee.
Fires
MIKI
i
sevelalty bill whit: I v s 11 ti Coil
gress was taken o Is b\ i ••sideiiT
Cleveland d'fectmg a,I ai lot to fh" -i
Jndiaiison tiie Warm Spiing reser\ at ion
in Oregon Cnder its pr.'Visiotis, th•
-iH'Vi-yor general of Oregon will have
(.'agimltlffi.
Two men. engineer and firemen, were
killed in a railway collison Sunday, near
Corint.il, Miss,
A frightful scalding accident occurred in
Nagle's boiler works, at. Frie. a where
three men were fatally burned March :J1.
On the :ird two Michigan Central railroad
freight trains cars were demolished b\
a collision, near St. Thomas, Canada. Two
brakemen were killed.
A (ire in the great cedar forest on the Bra
zos river. near Morgan. Tex., had. at last
accounts, laid waste over M'-'.u n acres .,f
timber and was still burning.
At Chicopee. Miiss on the Kuth, lire tie
stroyed the freight house of the onnecttcut
Kiver railroad about noon. The losSon the
house and contents is *1110,001) insured.
On the'M'tli the dwelling house oc. ,.pi,d
by Mathew Massiek. at Ludlowville. Ithm-a.
Co N. Y.. w as burned down. VV. N Massick
and three children perished the flames.
()n the -^!st u11 tlie Vance House, a large
frame hotel, and two buildings ad joining
the hotel were bunted al Kverson, Pa. All
the o-cupants of the hotel escaped hiiurv.
Loss jLv.'.utully insured.
March 11, lire broke out, at noon in the
auct.ioneeting establishment of H. JC. Jt K.
block A Co., St Louis, and iu a short time,
with the assistance of water deslro\ed
about uou worth of furniture.
Near Hrookhaven. Miss., March T«), Hetsv
Cook, colored, went, to a field to work,
lca\ ing her three small children to take care
ol the house. On her return she found the
house
HI
n
ashes and her three children
burned to deal h.
HI
p,
'I'll" I i Hotel Del n!". at Monlercy
i. burned from nwendinry tire on
the morning of April w ith a loss of over
H"d.i.twi.t. including tin- properly o| guest-,
wulf-r iiaW 1«UIIixTi-d Willi
ati'l though sui.p'ed with abundance oi
lios,.
U
State H.nit.1, odicer
Hat herford all persons, baggage, and I'reigi
iroin cholera in:e.,ted ports will he Jeit]cd
admiit -n e to the State. Passenge", I'f.inr
east trom lha cjt\ are furnislajd i-ertdicates
Irotu local health ollieer ltai-«.
Hie jiostullicc department oflicials are
id .a hook and ladd. r'-ompjiny be
longing to the hole] nothing could Pedone
tost,,],
Ul
p'ilo- fill got out Without 111 111 V save one
man who nearly burned hts hands o|f slid
ing down a n p.-' a v. i^ ot tlie great
budding rem mi.-iINoi
a heap o( ashes
c, niing miles (p'tii Minof l.t-M. the
brcakersoil scituat.-. Ma^s- It"' was
running so high that no vessel onid live
in it, and up to three o'clock Sunday morn
ingnothing had been done b»r tlie relief o{
tin1 Standard steamer, and the sou people,
passenirers find crew on board, on board.
The telegraph w iivs prostrab by the stornt
cutting "lr
l[t
-iv."im. of information.
Several et .'."re made to -end out
svrei km .- hal ti« be abandoned
A vitcenl with wind biouitig
!rom 1 t" miles an hmir. pt.'vailcd dur
ing the prevailed during the night, with an
average fall o{ snow of one loot. A large
amount of damage w ,i- -te- .•(
hours delay and the great an\ a\. ."-' ned
lor her salet\. She landed it! .1 n, un
day, at Uost.cn harbor.
The Caswell building wim totally des
troyed and the Boardman building partially
so. by fire at Tmy. N. V on the vUtli. The
Caswell iiuilding was principally occupied
by Kexnendi-n, Lambert &• Tow. r. dry goods
w hosesto'-k was a total loss. F. .1. Barnes,
wool'-n goods. Max Sincheimer, milliner,
and Kate A. Murphy, milliner hist all their
i stock, which was partly insured Sun
I pine, jeweler, and Other occupants of the
Boardimin building, sustained slight losser,.
Sev era I occupants of the Boanhuan build
i ing had narrow escapes. M, A. Mori'isey. a
sick man. w as carried out 011 a bed. and
Mrs. F. 1, Sheidou'.s
1
cd wiison lire as. she
lei he room. 1 Mi" Conrad, a watchman,
i w^as snested and questioned. Th-re was
Miii't lnng t't steriotis a 110ut lie rapid si trend
of the tlaiic s 1,.' 1 ,-s. puiis
covered l\ 111 -1.1.1:
Jake Sharp v, l.c thi. nc-vt man b!"U. !.t
up for trial in connection wi: t, t:.e i..•
aulernien steal iu New York
notorious burglar named Talbot has
ti arrested in New York, and Isd O.uoo in
si.iten bonds and securities were found in
his trunk hidden under a tied
Mrs. Dora B"nnet, a young married
woman, living at Columbiana. O.. was ab
ducted by three men and carried away.
When found she was almost miked and
partially deranged.
A Nova Scotia buigiar named Stanley
Steele tried to rob a bank ut Antigomsh.
but Teller Currier grappled with him. and
though shot twice dangerously, succeeded
in preventing the robber's escape.
A clerk iu the New York city p"-t "tlcc
hasstob n sixty money packages in the hist
three years, to get money to pay his di ink
ing and gambling bills 1 mounting to four or
five thousand dollars March :tl. 1,• a
£10,u. n package and was caught.
U- Farr. traveling auditoi tt..
G-
Is'and baiiroad Company,
enable cond it ton i i mi
w iMInds. I» is charged
siiuit as made b\ one
ipiarrelied with the oth
tliesu while they were asleep
stable where they were etnpl
1
I'.hikely who hud
rs. and came upon
the liverv
d.
Express Messenger Lake, was si:..t and
rotdied between Chirk s Millsand j'rauktort
near C»iea. N'ew York, pist after midnight
on the Mist ult.. by a masked robber, the
shot taking ed'et in the upper part of the
right arm, the bail passing around the
shoulder, causing an ugly wound. The doc
tors probed tor the ball, but were unable to
locate it. The amount secured hv the rob
ber is stated all tin* way from ^loo tojf-'i.i-xN)
1 h'j messenger sa s he- .uss.atlant was a large,
strong man. wearing n mask that hung
down over his chest His hair wa« ..ut
short at the hack and his hands were e,t|
loused, hard ami dirty. His description
talh. s perlectly with that given hv Night
Agent Harger of I tici. of the masked man
who robbed hi« drawer of about *,s n-ch
It, walked hiui down the track and gave
hint back a watch and a revolver that had
been taken with the money. A man lias
been arrested at Memphis, near Syracuse,
in a freight car. on suspicion of-being the
robber­
I'olitb'iil an,I i'ersoual.
Mr I'.In ine was in St. Louis. March .ii
and had a reception by the Chamber of
Coninie ce
Senator r\e
.has gone fiom London to
Home. He w ill fish in Si'ti:ind for a montfi
before returning home
I he New York Sun announces that Mr,
bluine and latiiilv w ill sail for ICiirope iu
May, to be absent a ear.
Mr. R. T. Hush, owner of the yacht. Coro
net. sent his check for ?.'i0 i for the ItetM'her
memorial fund to the Kev. C. H. Hall
(blliert Sullivan's "Kuddygor. ha
proved a failure New Vork and the
English company has gone back to England.
Lieut.. (Jen. Sheridan has returned to
Washington from the West. While absent
he selected a site for the new military
post, choosing a tract of laud seven miles
out ot Denver.
Frank .bunes has left Nevada, Mo., with
his wife and little boy for Denison, Tex.,
where he has oilers from three dill'erent
business houses. He was a good citizen
while living there fur nearly two years.
Carter H. Harrison has finally become a
socialistic candidate for Mayor of Chtca.'o.
leaving tie* Demoei ats without a candidate,
making the issue rh:i» aHlict. ,| |,t,
tweeii the friends ..| g...run cnt and
soeia bstic rule.
Coj
jrt. |„. j. though in a
4
except i h,- himuc s and
The slartling news
WHS
received Sunday
niornitig that Canard steamship Scythia
had been wrecked about dtisk Satunlay
s. p. Cunningham, agent of the bu
renu of animal induslry. recently visiti'd
southwesl Kansas, New Mexico find Colora
do He reports ealtle on lie ranges of
New Mexico, Itidim TernIory .and Colora
do to have come through the" w inter in ex
cellent shape and wil but slight losses.
'lite American club, the foremost lb
publican organization of I'ltlsburg, will
celebrate I. it. (b aiit's birthday, April 'JT,
with a bampiel A large number of prom
ineiif Republican* Lave been invited.
tvidi
Ugaii
wor
Among thi,Ho to I
piVM-nt are Ho„ -••-bowi
oi'k, and ,JV Ret
.. wou
,s
""""tiiK^j been
will suce(.t.,i ^fre ci
oi »nrk b.
'e'li. n't'nt
f"'
New V
1
'''"tiihition
... Cla
11
Island and other int
It happily turneti out 11, 11. rep..t
regarding the Sc\ thia being w recked was
erroneous thegabant Cunarder having out
ridden the storm, ne only damage being 4
».
fe'1?uilt
!'cceu-...i don(
s
coiilirnung ti,t, ... 'I'-'.ipb*
H'-ndorm-u.i
a
J,V"
s'!-c.
mji
w is not mi,1\ ,,
but Is decidi*ili\
l.C Sillle-i
Kuglai
recov e
fact
w."!V*
llS UI
nic
mal
John !oilfp\
poet, died Ma.
soil t'hai U-S S-Xf.
me i
tor.
in
ical
arac
hen
on
s tl
-r o
dls
ve s
:1 re
1 wt
issi
•r.
nt
iom
ed.
alf i
a
was born in Hi-i.-fc
,1 tine 'I, ]\H ^b"'
i e v .
mil ted to 1 j,(. (.al:
praet iced in
N i U
o i i i i a i i i
Illlgtori SeiitilK-i
thiough a
tin 1 v t'lj,:
lar. For t'ii\.-»,.
v
.'
recluse, and I
liefeavellieii'.
lit I le rnor tli
Fx
Molitg
•ocnitf
VMstric
Art hui
with ti
cars, i
ceedin.
Mr M',anL'"t!
n il and i
ing elected
ocrat V!e
nat ton
point it'
one ot
I*res .. .,1:
WI
1 act ice of robbing slabon ag-
n
1
a repoi aoj in thetr 1
-iitir 11 1, has be. n
•1 VC ,. Jlfljit! n ,.
i.i-'
lioltv a
•al tin
lug at tiie 4 pojice sUiiiou i
ilaligefolls cond I i:il the eftts
hetch, and bull' -.'.inds Llttl.-tou h:
bullet lodgi in i,c- i. it
C.iv e
i
breast, tinder •, 1
a I I. Is held is i a
hatchet and la
that this cruel
|i.i 1 he O of
Ibei
less
me
I
th
n
A
It
a
iy«
ani
worthy «ii!l,'i)tv ti, -,
published a in-vel 't.
from the pea n| Mi^.1
can be learin-d tbe pi,-'
been sfi,.cti d. I.m tb
plete and read )i
is now lit Wasiiin^t
her health, and site
able I tj Co n e "til ll
month It w i- k-Hrs.
hat she hiis !'rfii-fi|
press he 1 igtut
tas requested thyt U
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aiatti-r. An mii-vp
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I night. upon th hi'
he 'I'le called
that mcHstm
doubtful it' a
he]
hi(
ch
li
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I
Mr. (dadstut
just ice and
sbirtli'
courage i
IOC
tsardlv
ate
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the in
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hersidf i
i malad'.
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success i
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thi
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brew ing lina
7b ears of a
The roof n
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it. iu i p.
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ed
e N
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itoi
be
Lgh
he
firp
1
injured
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states thai the kt'V"!
I'etersbui .', 'Ui'l ^h
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le n
:ie
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branch.-f h- Sat.'"
arrest,il ami jniWia'
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ur
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fears arc
winch had !c a
11
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1(
r'e
li
Hall, ex collgt'i'^"1
Mr. Motitgciin'O
1
s.
igb
11 i ii
•igh
1
ivoi
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ake
fe
.8
H!,
elils. The sa.rU'
I otll''" coii'aiusla*-
was born u1.
has se
tatui'e i
at
v oral
Ue
lt*rtw«'
In t:
i
nliltw'k
lie 1118^1
stittio"?
City. I
closini
i
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ieasi
oblige the di U
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nii'.ibi-r ut w
tcstlllioliv pii
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ib oci'iiri'i'd, .'
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