THE SILVER LAKE MYSTERY
ARREST OF AN ALLEGED PABr
Ntw Yo*k, Oct. 7— Edward Reiuhard
Was arrested last night by Central Office
awarr a n
Detectives and locked upon
issued by Coroner Dempsey,of Staten Is
land, on the Charge of homicide. The nr
rest is in connection with the Silver Lake
mystery, important developments in
which are expected to-day.
Tu8 police officials here are reticent
about the metier. Bernhard was arraigned
at Tombs Police Court to- day, and he was
sent to Staten Island in company with a
police official from that place.
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH.
A despatch from Berlin reports that Field
Marshal Count Von Moltke has tendered
hie reelgnatlon as cblet of staff.
The town of Kolaechin peacefully eur
rendered to the Montenegrins on Fridny in
accordance with the Treaty of Berlin.
JThe Grand Orient Lodge of France (Free
Masons) has sent Mtetvtir Noyes l,000f. for
the fever stricken suff rers of the South.
J >hn Thomas, colored, was lynched at
Franklin, Tenn., 8un<lay, for a felonious
Msnult upon a little girl. He confessed the
Cierke In the departments at Washington
having domiciles in the Western States, have
been unofficially advised that thty will be
alio wed Un days' leave of absence to go
home and voU.
A six year-old daughter of Wm. Rogers,
of Warwick, Ont., bitten by a cat which
had previously been bitten by a mad dog,
died Friday with all the symptoms of
An Imperial decree has been published at
Pesth accepting the resignations of the
whole Hungarian Ministry, but ordering
them to continue the administration of
aff-tirs until the appointment of their suc
The Times' Vienna correspendent says the
Poitels showing a disposition to recognize
the Austrian occupation of Bosnia and
Heizegovina as an accomplished fact. It is
offlriilly announced that the famous insur
gent chieftain of Bosnia, Hadji Lodga, has
been taken prisoner.
Edward O'Meagher Condon, the released
Fenian arrived in Clnclnnattl, Ohio, on
8nn<lay morning. The train was boarded
at Cummlnavllle by his mother, sisters and
brothers, and the greeting after twelve
years' separation was very affecting. He
will have a public reception to-morrow.
James Stone, colored keeper of an eating
house, In Washington, D. C., who had for
some time been living separate from his
wife, went to the house where she lived, on
of her s
and locked up, after a demonstration to
lynch him had been made. HI* wife has
since died, and her sister Is In a critical con
The Paris Monlteur has reason to believe
that Italy has made semi-official repressnta
ttons with a view to obtaining the Ports'*
assent to an arrangement by which, If the
Egyptian administration becomes Interna
tional, all the Mediterranean Powers, not
France and England aloae, will have a
share therein. The Courier ol Italy, of
Rome, re-asserts that England has taken
steps, with some of the great Powers, In
favor of the cession of Crete tu Greece.
j night, and cut her throat and that
teter with a razor. He was arretted
THE LITTLE ELECTION DOWN
The ''Little Election," passed off'quietly
in Kent and Sussex Counties. The Demo -
erats carried everything their own way in
Kent. In Duck Creek Hundred the
(ireenbackers put a ticket in the field,
The result was as follows: John Farrell
i Dem.jluppector, 113 votes; Alexander
lumphries, (Greenback,) Inspector, 51.
James Doughten, (Dem.) Asse sor, 113,
Jacob Reynolds, (Greenback) 51. The
Democrats elected tbeir ticket in every
Creek, where the Greenbackers elected
their Assessor, and made a trouble In
TJiE WEEKLY MORTUARY RE
The total number ofdeathsin Wilming
for the week ending Saturday October
was seven. Of these one was a foreigner
and six were citizens of the United States
six were white and one was black, six
were adults and one was a minor, three
were male and four were female.
MEETINGS THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING,
isylum Lodge, No. 23.
Reynold's Encampment, No. 3, 2d and
Washington Lodge, No. 1, A. P. V, meets
every Tuesday night In tbe McCla / build
Lincoln Lodge, No. 3, K. of P., at K. of
T Hall, 211 Market street.
Prof. Cowan assisted by Prof. O'Donnell
) is opened a dancing school in Darkness'
bjiidlng, and will have classes on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings during
the season. Ladles and gentlemen wishing
to become proficient in dancing, and
acquainted with all the fashionable dances
«.t the day should call upon them. They
i ive become well-known In this city as firs
in Snssex, excepting Bread
W ANTED—7 w > lady compositors, to
whom oonsiau empioyiuent will be
given. Apply, at his office.
THE STATE AND EA8TERN SHORE
Crtsfleld oystermen are boty.
The Cecil Whig Is publishing a history ol
Mason & Dixon's line.
The Dover State Sentinel ssys the hold
log of the Stste Pair was dae principally to
Thomas J. Truxton has buen selected to
take charge of the life-saving station at
While the 8t. Nicholas boat builders arc
not rushed with work they are getting on
The store of Mr. Hall, of Pocomoke City,
was robbed last Saturday night of money
t the amount of tlOO.
Several of the citizens of Lewes have been
summoned on the' juiy of the U. S. Court
which meets la this city, Oat. 15th.
Samuel C. Lcatberbury, for 32 years a
crier of the Kent County Courts, died In
Dover on Saturday last, aged 70 year*.
Conductor Norman, whose arm was so
badly crushed by the cars on the J. A. B.
R. R., Is able to take charge of his train
A brick maker of 8all6bury sold 12,200
worth of bricks for the new court house
d iwn there and then went on a vacation.
Sunday night a colored boy In tha em
ploy ol Richard Mills. In Milford Neck, ran
away with a gold watch and clothing to the
value of $300.
Some weeks ago the coal-laden schooner
Potomac was wrecked at Long Point Beach.
Mr. R. B. Dixon has bought the cargo, and
some one will try to raise the vessel.
In Broad Creek Hundred the Greenback
candidate for Assessor, at the Little Elec
ilon, was elected by a small majority, and
their Inspector also mado a tie with his
St. Michaels colored oyster shuckers went
on a strike last week, anil on Wednesday
uight marched through the streets
three-score strong, with a colored band aud
transparancles. The difficulty lies in the
matter of 15 and 20 sents a gallon with a
desire for the latter price on the part of the
M. S. R. A.
At the public meeting of the Moral Sua
sion Reform Association last evening,
Frank Whelen presided, Addresses were
made by Messrs. Morrow W. K- Lutton
8'inson, Rev. Mr. Svnder and Col. John
H. Mcore, Messrs. Booker and Fletcher
sang a duett. There was also fine singing
by the choir.
TO THOSE WANTING CLOTHE?.
Quinn and Adam both learned the same
trade; but Quinn ctmld beat Adam at tai
oring, and give him odds every time. I
any on* doubts (his, call upon him- We
Wm. H, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailor;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by the artistic employe* of Quinn
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
sure to improve the appearance, and pro
mote the comfort of ihe wearer.
Prices to suit tbe enforced economy of
the times, is the the rule with
No. 122 Ma rket Street.
Furniture and Bedding
L. F. ADAIR'S,
No. 207 MARKET
206 SHIPLEY STREET
Has an assortment of ready made rural
lure,tint is not equalled lusize or elegance,
by any Wilmington Furniture house. Hav
ng had the damage of the Lte Are, which
nearly destroyed hi* factory repaired, and
Is ncw.ready to execute all ord< rs promtty.
Wareioams "i 7 Market and 266 Shipley
J. & J. k." HARM A
NO- 410 KING Street,
The Largest and Cheapest Assottmen
iFurnlture to be found In tbe Gi y.
Also a Fine lot of Steamed Feathers
rod all kinds of Matrcsses.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall street.
Where they wilt keep on hand at all
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT
TRESSES, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And everything pertalhing to a first-class
Furniture storo Thev also keep a good
lot of second-hand Stoves and Furniture,
ocll 8m _
i> no r P business jou can engage ij
LJ 1220 i- to to *20 per day made by anj
worker ol either stx, right It their oivnlo
ftlities. Particulars and samples wortu $£.
free. Improve your spare time for the
bnslness.,;Address stimsok 4/k»i Portland
CE A LED PROPOS \ LS.
edProporhls will' be lecetvel at the
office oTthe t*ef Commits oo*r. urjR *
o'clock, 0 - rr..October 19'b 187 for digging
a d.ivh on Ihe north side of Christiana ave
nue between A'rich's Blulf aid the west
bank o: the Delaware River. \
the ditch will be about 16M feet loss; J4
bet wide, and T leel deep, and will e*. dial a
about UWcuble yard* ofmud
3 he mud taken from the ditch will be
placed aDd properly packed en the present
bank at directed by the »tiMt Comnels
sloner. A bond la the uatf $U» mast
ftccompiny eaoh #ld.
The successful bidder will be r®Qilrjd to
give bond with seen'-ity In the eund ol
fc'O at the time of signing the contract.
The Com olttee reserve ihe right te re
Ject any or all bid**.
IS. H: HOAGXjAKD,
Jambs MoGi.ikchhy, Chairman Opening
street committee- _,
Blanks will bs furnished aV the office of
the Street Commissioner __
REGISTER'S NOTICE 8 .
Nbw Gahtlk Couiviy, Sept. .7, 1878.
Upon tha applioatton of Rsv. Patrick
Riley, Administrator of Mary A. McCul
lough, late of Wilmington Hundred, In
said County, deceased, U Is ordered and di
rected by the Register that the Adminis
trator aforesaid, give notice of granting ol
Letters of adm uTstratioa upon the Estate
of the deceased, with Ihs date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the date ol
such Letters, in six of the most public
places of the County of New Castle, requir
ing all Dorsons having demands against
the estate, to present the same or abide by
an ActofAssemby In such oasemade and
provided And at so cause the same to be
inserted within the same period in the
Morning Hkkaj. d, a newspaper published
in Wilmington, and to ba continued there
in three weeks, (e o d)
Given u nder the hand aud Seal
ofOffl eof the tteglsteraforesald,
at New Castle, In New Castle
County, aforesaid, too day and
year above written.
S. C. BIGGS, Register.
Noticb-AU per ons hvvlng claims
against the Estate of the deceased must
present the same duly attested to the Ad
ministrator on or be'ore September 17,1879,
abide the Act or Assembly In snob
oase made and provided.
Addrets, Wilmington. Del. sepi'J
N OTICE—Will the scoundrel that stole
tbe oysters from No. 4 W. 4th street
be kinl enough to return the basket.
N OTICE—Theoitlztns' Loan Association
Nee stock for sate, no back payments
Apply to GEO, C. MaKIS, Seo'y., 801 Snip
ley (tree t. top ll»lm
Whereas, BERNARD J. McVEY, a
candidate for Inspector, tn the 8th Election
District, In the City of Wilmington, Del.,
held Sept' 3d, 1878, flies a petition setting
furlh that he recei e 1 tne h gbest, numbei
of votes for Inspector, on the day afore
said, and contes s ihe election of J. HOR
ACE RUDOLPH, tn said Election District.
Affidavit having been made to the same,
said Petition having been presented to
theCliy Council, Sept. 28th, A. D.» 1878. at
th lr last stated meeting, and on motion
of Mr, Taylor, which was ado 'ti d, .the i h
day ol Octobe... A. D., 1878; at o'clock iu
tbe evening, was fixed for a bearing, a true
copy having been served on J Horace Ru
dolpb, said meel lng to ba held at the City
Hall, October 8th, at 7)4 o'clock In the
E. B, FRAIER.
Clerk of Connell
Or 8ngar-Coated, Concentrated! Boot
and Herbal Juice, Anti-Bill win
Grannies. THE "LITTLE GIANT'
CATHARTIC, or Multum in Parro
The novelty ol modem Medical, Chemical, find
Pharmaceutical Science. No use of any longer
taking the large, repulsive, and nauseous pills,
composed of cheap, crude, and bulky Ingredi
ents, when Vre can, by a careful appflcfttb
chemical science, extract
other medicinal properties from the most valu
able roots and herbs, and concentrate them Into
a minute Granule, scarcely larg
mustard seed, that can be renal!
er than a
by those of tho most sensitive stomachs and fas
tidious tastes. Each little Purgative Pellet
represents, in a most concentrated form, as much
cathartic power as is embodied in auy of the
large pills found for sale In drug-shope. from
their wonderful cathartic power, in comparison
to their size, people who have not triod them aro
ant to suppose that they are harsh or drastic in
effect: but such is not at ill the case, tho different
active medicinal principles of which they
composed being so harmonized and moulded,
one by the others, os to produce a most
searching and thorough, yet gently
kindly operating, cathartic.
$500 Howard is hereby offered by the pro
prietor of these Pellets, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, will find in them any calomel or
other forms of mercury, mineral poison, or in
Ilelng entirely vegetable, uo p
care is required while using them. They oper
ate without disturliar.ee to the constitution, diet,
>r occupation. For Jaundice, Headache,
Constipation, Impure Blood, Pain
in tho Shoulders, Tightness of the
<4icst, Dizziness, Sour Eructations
from the Stomach, Bad taito iu tbo
mouth. Bilious attacks, Pain In re
gion of Kidneys, Internal Fever,
Bloated feollng abont stomach,Rash
of Hlood to Head, High-colored
Urine, Uusociability and
aut Purgative Pellets, in explanation of
die remedial power of inv Purgative Pellets
over so great a variety of diseases, I wish to say
that their action upou the animal
economy is universal, not a gland or
tissue escaping their sanative im.
press. Age does not impair the properties ot
these Pellets. They are sugar-coated and In
closed in glass bottles, their virtues being there
in- preserved unimpaired for any length of time,
in any climate, so that they arc always frosh
and reliable. This is not the case with those
pills vrhlch aro pHt up in cheap
pasteboard boxes. Recollect that
«ascs where u Laxative, Alterative., or
f'urgatlve, is indicated, these little Pellets
M ill give the most perfect satisfaction to all who
They are sold by all Druggists a!
25 cents a bottle.
take Dr. Pieree's Plcas
for all tils
B. V. PIERCE, lt.D.,PropT,
BU FFALO. K-t.
DET GOODS, AC.
i^nviMMinT »aoon y.'K
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
|M MARKET ITREIf.
HAS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday,
OCTOBER 9th & 10th
1878 Fall Season 1878
We propose to open the season,
b/ offering at a moderate advance on
the eost, a choice line of
PARIS & BERLIN
of the most stylish and tasteful de
signs, embracing the handsomest
products of the European markets.
More than usual effort has been made
to make this opening a stweess, it
will include in addition, a beautiful
line of Domestic Cloaks. We have
decided to make our store the popu
lar resort for all who wish to look at
the newest and best good# at the
lowest possible prices.
N RECEIPT OF
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
SEVEN 8 BQT REVOLVE*
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES.
JAMES & BRO.,
201 Market St.. Wilmington, Del.
Enterprise ani Wiliam
DECIVJSHJSD IS YOUR CELLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
POOf OF FOURTH STREET,
g®-0p town iffioe. No, 8 Allmond't
Slate Steamship Co's Steamer
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
STATE OF ALABAMA
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
STATE OF NEVADA.
STATE OF INDIANA
STATE OP GEORGIA,
S Ail W eoltly,
New York & Belfast
Glasaow & Liverpool
The shortest , safest and most expeditions
route to all points iu
GREAT BRIM IRELAND
THROUGH TICKd-T* ISSUED AT LOW
AUSTIN BALLWIN & CO
U Broadway, New York.
GEO. O'BYRNE & CO,, Agi'g
tc# 8 PL i Y KTUKF-T
W'lrr. r. tor) Ool.
WINKS AND LIQUORS.
U*T RKCKlvKl) AND FOR bALE IN
LOTS TO bUI r.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET WINE.
—do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY,
FBANCI8 HELLT A CO,
108 MARKET STREET.
JOHN F. BETZ.
Brewer and Dealer lr*
BARLEY, MALT AND UOPH
OALLOWHILL AND NKW MARKET8T.
HIS OCCUPATION GUNK.
Had the Arkansa i 'doctor" that "tapped,
man, thinklug he had dropey,
_ do wu ter pi ououuce 1 it ' dry drop
sy," lived to-day. he would, like Othello'
hnl ''hi-, occupation gone, for Allens Ant!
Fat. a purely vegetable remedy, safely, but
S oeltlvelv, reduces corpulency at trom 8
t> 6 pounds per week: Bold by all drug
By a writ o' Vend! tio 1 Expcn's to
directed, will l>e exposed to Public »«i» ;
tne IxUayette Hotel, fto. Ml Shipley
<"Pt by John J. Doagheity, la Ihe c £tv , '
Wilmington, Ntw Castle County Der
WEDNESDAY, the S8rd day of Octn'bw
i878 at v o'clock p; m„ * )er '
'i he following described real estate vi
All ih.it certalu lot of land with
sory brick d veiling hous -
situate la the <ly
bound* d and described as 1 iltowsl'^to'^rtS
Be lanlng at ihe easterly side ci Tatmiii
stre t between Delaware nveui e a*
Eleventh street, at tied stance of ;o
8 Inches from Ihe ►outherly side «r
Eleventh street, and at the re< tie of the
pamy wall between this nd the adjoining
house on ill* north, i hence easterly iiirouzh
the centre of salt wall, and parallel 5
K eventh stre.t 99 feet 1 Inches to a cor
i er, llience roniherly parellei to 'Jatnall
sm eel 28 feet 6 Inches to a corner, ihones
wea erly i aiailei to the first mentioned
line and Eleventh street along a Hue of
land of L. P. back un t- e until 90 feet I
u obento the af resaid easterly nq„ -
Tatnall street and llie-ve tjereby northerly
2u feet 6 Inches to the place of beginning
be contents thereof what they may.
Prized and taken In execution as the
iroperiy of Patrick H, F ynn and Cecelia
ils wile, and t. t,'., and to be so d by
IdAAc GRUBB, (sheriff.
Sheriff's Offloe, hew Castle, October 9
11KKIKF 8 fcALE.
uy virtue ol a writ of Al», Vendltlonal
i-onas to me directed, will be exposed
Public r ale, at Ihe LaUyette Hotel ho.
811 Shipley street, kept by John J. Dough
erty lu the City of Wllmfngtou, Newcas
tle County, Del., on
WEDNESDAY, i lie 9th day of October, lwg
at 2 o'clock, p. m.
The lol owing deserited real estate viz;
All that certain lot, p < ce or parcel oflanil,
situate In the c tty oi A ilaalngiou, bounded
and described tc lOlluws, to wl 1 : Beginning
ut a point on tbe s jutherly side (( Walnut
street-between Jackson at- and the Old
King's Read at the distance of 42 feet from
the easterly side of Jackson st, a corner of
B. Kelley's laud, thence by his line south
erly pa r allel to Jackson st. 10 ft. to the
northerly side ofa five It. wide alley, thence
along *a:d alley side easterly parallel to
Wawasset st. 32 tt, to corner, thence north
erly parallel to Jackson st. ICO ft. to the
aforesaid sldeol Wawasset st., and thence
therewith westerly 82 it. to the placeof be
ginning. be the contents thereof what they
No. 2.—Comm "n-log on the westerly side
ciTIealdst. al the Distance of 2U it. from
the northerly side ol "A" st., thence north
erly by Healdst. 711 9 In. toast ike,thence
Westerly parallel with **A" st. 102 ft. 0 <n.
to a eti c. thence svulhe: ly parallel with
Heald st. 7 ft. 9 in. to a stake, tnenco eael
erjy parade! with "A" st 102 It 6 m. to tbe
/westerly tide ol Heald st.and pace of be
„ Inning, contalr lng 791 feet 4 Inches of land
ge the sao e more or less.
s-eized end taken In execution ss the
property of William H. Quinn, and to he
* old by
ISAAC GRUBB, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office. New Castle, Bi pt. 20,J8IS,
By virtueof a writofVenditioni Expnnar
time directed, will be exphstd m . uhlle
Sale, at the Lalayette Hotel, No. 811 ship
ley street, kept by John J. Dougherty ; in
iheelty of Wilmington, Newcastle county,
WEDNESDAY, tbe 9tli day of October,
1878, at 2 o'clock, p. in.
The following described real estate vis.
All tnat certain lot, piece or parcel cl laui
situate In the city of Wilmington, New
Castle County, Del. bounded and described
as follows, t j wit; Beginning at a pointon
ihe northerly side of Eleven h rlreet attbe
distance of 135 feet easterly from die easter
ly side cf Heald st, thence northerly par
allel with Heald rt. If0 It. 8 in. to a correr,
thence easterly parallel with Elevente it.
1' 0 It , more or less, to he north westedy
side of Railroad Avenue at 30 It. wide,
tli-nee by tbe said bide of Railroad Avenue
suutbwts.erly to Hie aforesaid side of
Eleventh st, theuee thereby westerly W
tt, mors < r itss, to tbs piece of bet I ante;,
be tbe contents '.here it what It may.
r-eizsd and taken lu execution as the
property tor Henry Dougherty, deed,
(Thomas f. Kusieil admtnlstrat >r d. b. n.
of Henry Djughtery, d :C'd,) and to be sold
XSYAC URUBB, Sheriff.
Sheriff s Office. Ntw Castie, Bept. 20, i»
By virtue of a writ of '.evari Facias to
me direc-ed, will be ezpored l<> Publ e<"»l«
at lhe i,lipin Home,Sept by George Will •
field, in the city of N> wt'as le. 1 < me B" n
drad and Couuty cf New ( aalla, ai J stat®
of Da)., na
FRIDAY, the 11th day o< Octal C, le<3,
at 2 o'clock, p. m,
the following oeauriaed real estate viz
All that ptec i or p'ictl of land, sltuite in
New L'aflle hunuied. New Castle county,
Del Bounded and discrloed a* follows,to
wit On the uoith by tbe Christiana creez
by lauds ol Birker ca r. by Lnds of Janas
H.Ruy and—Werreu and lands of tbe heirs
cl l ewis We'dln, dat'd,, containing one
hundred aud twenty acres of land ol wince
abi ut 30 teres ot ru.adow, at d the ie»t ujt
land, be thesamemoieor less wdhair »
two story dwelling home, a large sloaetm
frame bain, corn cilbbs, granary;. lll, T'
building wi.h a cellar u-.der, u«ed for mat
lng ice cr am, aril other out building
thereon i rec -eu, „
Seized and ta«en in execution as
property of i-dw.rd A. McFar iu, »»"
Ellen D., his his wife and t. t P, aal W
1BAAC GRUBB. Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, New untie, septe'"'"'
By vlriue ofa wrtof Vendition) EiPjSS
to n,e directed, will to • xnosed to * "
Sale, at the Hotel Jacob Hvatt. a A®*} 1
Christiana Hundred, New Castle <D U '
THURSDAY, the 10th day
1878, at2 o'cloo r , p m , , .
The following described re*l esla e > •
All that certain lot or piece of !, ft0 „nd
in Mill Greet hundred, in the County "
State uforesahl, bounded ai.d descries
follows, to wit; Beginning ataste'ii® t 1 M
middle of ihe pub.lo road leading from
Gtpaud Nrwpori Turnpike to Fed BC(
a corner ol David Graves' lnml, " ,
along tlie middle of sxid pub ic road i
recent survey) south 6 3-4 degrees y ^
perches, thence by a new 1 ne d ivl' 11 "* g00
from other land of Margaret ly'® | lf
north 81-2 deg. west 10 perches, » f ■
another new line dividing as " ,, K to»
north 76 l 2 deg. west, 11 8V rOp per. »■
llueofDavl-l Graves' laud f <orc ",: ' . rc nei
tnenco thereby south 1 deg. w s |U 1 coD -
and 3 links to the plate of b«kluniib- ■
talniug one hu, idled and s |x . Pj_A
i tnd, more 1*-s- Bo >k 8, Vol. P 1 ; J j
An vvlthaficm . house aud otner
3 in execut'on w
• . VAO GRUBB SU' ri %.
.i- Castle, Sept
IVORCEs, 1 l any state,
lidtj t 8endBt*mp for tn®
can make money faster at wor ra .
than at anyihlng else, captw-i
quired; we will start you;
homemade by the Industrious w
women, boys and girls wanted pat O ' |a ,
work for us; Now is the Ume. M .
outfit and terms frs^ Address Tau
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