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HThb next Illinois Sunday school con
ycntlon U to be kid ot Decatur.
SmroR Morton lias written letter
to personal trlend In which he asserts
positively that he will support Iluycs'
Secretary Siihrm.n' tendered Cham
berlain, M-covernor of South Carolina,
the office of solicitor of the treasury, and
the president urged him to accept it, but
Chamberlain declined. Chamberlain
has no lovo tor Mr. Hares and don't
want office at bis band. Chamberlain Is
On Friday last, lStli inst., the St.
Louis JWj was sold under deed of trust,
B. M. Chambers, president of one ot the
St. Louis banks, became the pur
chaser. Tho new proprietor announces
that the present mauaginjj editor, Mr.
K. U. Sylvester; Ed. Willett, political ed
itor, Walter V. Stevens, city editor, and
Capt. J. U. Carter, river editor, will all
be retained In their present positions.
Politically tho Twm will continue to
laDor lu the Interest ol the Democratic
The president Is carrying out his do
termination to appoint native 1'embli
cant to till tho teder..! olliees in the
South.' Col. .1. D. Brady a native Vir
ginian, has been appointed revenue col
lector tor the second district of that state
to succeed G. L. Richards, a carpet
bagger from Maine. Itichards will now
return to Maine, and of course will join
the Blaine army in opposition to the
president. Blaine's lollowers are com
posed almost entirely of carpet-baggers
ami scalawags, and a few of the more
ultra ot northern Radicals ,and disap
Tue Washington correspondent ot the
Cuitrier-Journal, writing under date ol
the 18th, says tho "action of the Illinois
leglslaf ure in making silver u legal-ten-iler
was alluded to in authoritative
quarters in the treasury department as
Involving a conflict with tho authority ot
congress In matters of this character. 1 1
was stated that the ex elusive power del
egated by the constitution to congress to
coin money and regulate the value of
ts own and foreign coins also hidden
tally gave the power to declare what
should be a legal tender ; that any
state may make gold or silver colli a
legal tender, but such action must be
concurrent and in subordination to the j
legal tender established by congress;
that tliemaking.of.subsidiary coin as legal
, tender other than In conformity with the
authority of congress would bo to regu
late tho value of such money, tho power
to do, .which Is vested exclusively In
congress. The opinion was held that
the courts would only uphold the Illi
nois statute in respect to the subsidiary
coin, as legel tender, to tho value of live
Tm is present mode of i : auk
property is having ita effect on the bank
ing business. Before the first of May
says the Quiiey Ilerald, lour of the na
tional banks of Chicago drew out ol their
business $2,400,000-an average oi 000,
000 because they were imablo to use it
profitably under tho burdens of taxation
imposed by the state. "This withdrawal
ol capital Is said to be preliminary to
another still heavier, unless some relief
haQorded. Capital should, of course,
be required to pay its lull share of the
public burdens, but under the present
mode of assessing band property, and the
capital stock of banks also, It is claimed
that an excessive taxation Is Imposed,
and, in tact, that tuxes are twice col
lected, trorn the same property. In other
words tho property itself Is assessed'
and tho evidence of ownership certifi
cates of stock is also assessed. As well
might a man be taxed tor his real astute,
and then taxed again for the deed which
Is his evidence ot ownership. This en.
tire matter of personal property assess
ment needs careful revision and reform
by judicious legislation. Millions of
personal property escape taxation alto
gether, while In other Instances the same
class of property Is unjustly burdened.
A "MISf.NDKRSTA-NDI.Na'' lntS long t'X-
ibted between J. F. McCartney and some
ol the leading lights of Jiadicalism
in this district, and McCart
ney hag uioro thati once been snub
bed by the ltadical party. Mack's great
fault., H, Us disposition to do hUown
thluklug.andto kick out ot the party
traces when things don't go as be would
like to have them. Ike Clements has
falleu under Mack's displeasure, and
ike's misfortune lu being "consolidated"
out of his position as pension azent Is
seized upon by McCartney ns a sweet
morsel which he rolls under his tongue
"The clorv of earth n.irHi nwup "
Thpiw nrp no douht tlm tvnril, ut nur i.,a
IrienQ and official servant, Hon. J. Clem-
eniB.oi 4irDonuaie. iast mi) tie did
jeouiau acryice on tne stump. Jic noped
to save Lopin. bv lmvinir all k im ilun.i
to be an Independent candidate for the
I ..,. 1... .-I f . '
".-giMuiure, uuicucreu. inen wnen tlie
i-gmiuiure uiei lie weui to apnngllcld
and left no stone unturned to secure
Logan In the place ho then occupied.
Uno u lea, but Ike was made com
tortaule.jii rwr,t.. ,.
the ly U. B. oniciai who did not
rn.!?rLoKRnri,moV(;,,1n wder thai
fgnn w snout w wo a year, Orntiii,i
it, UBan got credit for it. Ike flxe,! 1 ,n
Uie otllce wuh furniture, ic. at an
penoe ot spuo $m, and went to Va7b".
ingtonatlmortwo to Kt leave ti.
move the office t0 Carboiiduie .mi
atte xpidint bis odd chang, ,',""'
lMVaxpeniteand deminish tht aroiv Z
offlos bolder abolishes the olllei J.
frether. , Thus our friend is shorn of Ms
irlory and his profit at the Paine tin "
"Karewfll vain world." '
Armageddon The Eastern Wnr and
1'roitnei'U to b fulfilled.
(from the Austin (Tex.) Statetuiau.)
lu view of tho linpciuliiir con Mid in
Europe, the following may Interest your
readers: About thirty years ago a gentle
man residing tn middle Tennessee, and
at the time ut Hie head of one ol the
largest and most prosperous institutions
of learning in the South, published, what
purports to be a true interpretation ol
the prophecies contained In tho bible.
The work created a profound sensation,
for the author was well known as being
incomparable as a Hebrew ami lireek
scholar, and was respected by theolo
gians everywhere because ol his thor
ough knowledge 01 the sacred writings.
In his w ork ho agrees Willi all tho em
inent commentators up to a certain
period, alter which his interpretations
are entirely dltlcrent from any ever
made, and his arguments to sustain
them aic unique and highly interesting.
It is remarkable that Don
Castellar, tho great Spanish
statesman, In a brilliant article
published In the New York Herald early
last year, takes the same ground una en
tertaius the same opinions that tiie
aullior to whom i nave alluded does in
regard to the future ol this country and
Hie conflict now commencing In huronc.
That these two men should euU-rtain the
same views Horn positions differing so
widely, is, to say the least, a remarkauie
But what 1 wish to call your attention
to at tills time Is the lollowmg remark
able inttTiiretaUon ot one of tli3 prophe
cies ol E.tkiel. "Tim king of the south
kiiuii putU or butt at him, and the king
oi imi tne soutn snail come against mm
like a whirlwind, wiiii chariot uud
witn many snips." juissiu is uie power
nliicu (lie fciuif oi die soiuri.is io "pusu.
1 lie kiiifir of tlie sou tii is Turkey, on tlic
souili ot Kussia, and toe kiug of tlie
north is Great Britain. This is evident,
he says from its northern position as a
great power, and from tho iiiimoiHe na
val as well as laud forces, it possesses.
lie says tlie attack of England, lireut
Britain, on Russia is to be very great ami
furious, but finally unsuccessful; for
Kussia win move rigiit on and
more than gain her purpose.
She will conquer Asm Mi
nor and the Turkisli empire generally.
and will advance on Palestine, and 'shall
nave power over treasures ol gold and
silver, and overall tho precious things
of Egypt.' While engaged In these con
quests, -tidings out ot tho East and out
ot the North shall trouble him.' Tlie
tidings from the East and from tho
Aortn may bo tlie news ot ttie dissatis
factions ot tho Papal power on account
oi tue superiority which uussia gives to
theOfi-k church, and on account of holy
places in .ludea. The word tidings
seems also, he says, to indicate great in
surrections. He is positive that the Rus-1
sian empire lias two great works to do ;
tuc lirst is to destroy the Roman church
la Europe, and ttie other to attack
t.ie i nl ted States, lie also states In ins
book that before tho war begins for tlie
ctnquest and annihilation of Turkey, tlie
H'cnch people would estannsu a repnuuc
aad assist the United States at the time
R issia makes tlie attack. According to
this writer, the present war in Europe
will become general, and bo the most
fearful the world has ever witnessed, and
is to take place before tho 117th day of
the year 1S7S.
The Eastern War.
Tlic llnl lie of Ardnlinn i'rnHNiiiar ho
lliiiuiue A roinimiiy Aiiiilluliiiril.
A COMPANY ANNIllll.ATKn.
CoNSTANTixorLK, M;iy 30, An olll
clul bulletin announces Unit the Turkish
forces operating near Soukgoun Kaleh
were atl neked by O.iOO ltusians near
Slel. The Turks completely annihilated
a company ol Cossacks. They took live
prisoners besides some nrms and pro-
Visions, 'lne fighting continues. The
fleet has destroyed llotirgdjardjare. Tho
Russians lost tiiree hundred killed and
wounded in the skirmish near Kars,
CltOSSI.NU T11K UA.Nl'Ui:.
Xtw Vciik, May "JO. The IHcruld's
Vieana correspondent states that during
theczur's visit to Biicliarest the llussliins
will attempt a crossing ot tho Danube at
four points in the same number ot days.
Tie whole army has been ordered to be
ready for action next week. Fourteen
trains bringing reserves to thclront leave
TIIK SOl'KGOl.M KAl-Iill EXTKMl'ION.
CoxsTAXTfNOi'LE.May 20. A dispatch
stys some anxiety is felt here as to
whether the Soukgoum Kaleh expedition
vill succeed in raising an insurrection in
tlie Caucasus. Eight thousand troops,
1,500 Circassians, 50,000 rifles and some
mountain batteries have departed thither.
TIIK BATTLE OI' AUDAUA.N
Sr. V k.t e us b u no , May 20. Following
ij the olllcial account ot the battle of Ar-
dulinu telegraphed by General Melokotf
to tlie (.irand fuke Jticiiaei : Tlie bul
warks of Arduhan, Its lortiliontions, cita'
del, sixty guns and Immense stores of
provisions ami ammunition and the
camp formerly occupied by fourteen bat
talions ot 1 urks lie at the feet of the
czar. On May 17 the admirable lire of
our artillery, between o and (i o clock in
tho afternoon, made a breach in the
walls. At C o'clock the Ktwan,
Titlis and Baku regiments and the
suppers nvanecd to the assault. The
enemy could not withstand the on
slaught, and lied, leaving a great num
ber dead. At 'J o'clock our troops trav
ersed the whole town and fortilications.
Our troops are full of enthusiasm. Our
loss is believed to be one olllcer and llfty
soldiers killed, tour ollicers and one hun
dred and eighty soldiers wounded. I
cannot lind sullieicnt words of praise tor
tun courage ami coolness of our vour
soldiers . and for the good disposition of
the tr Aps made by the ollicers.
A Bucharest dispatch dated Sunday
fays: '1 he advance of the column ot
Unssian Infantry mentioned in previous
dispatches passed Bucharest at 1 o'clock
mis morning, me lntuntry belong to
me corps destined to occupy the Buch
arest nun uiurgen positions. The
Damibo is so high at present that it
would be dilhcult to place a pontoon
A Berlin dispatch says the Turks con
flue their preparations to strengthening
their lianublan fortresses. All these are
being made more or less formidable, but
strengthening their garrisons detracts
from their field forces. With all the re
inforccnients recently brought up, the
Turks. It is believed, have no more than
200,000;combatants north of the Balkan
Mountains to resist 150,000 Kussians
Tho position which the Kussians have
occupied near Ibrail will soon pnahin
them to prevent the Turkish gunboats
approacniug tne snores oi uoorudsdia
The Pluaruc nnl the f liolern.
II is possible that a more deadly too
than cither of the belliirercnts In Europe
juajr goon finer mo neiu or war. Tfio
plague and the cholera both threaten to
i-Airuu Him m u-rruory now occupieu
by the hostile Turks and ltusslana. .Should
either ot these dreaded visitors tnako Its
appearance in Kuropo it mlfrht change
the sltuatiou of aflulrs niaterlallr, and
even put an end to tho conflict. At nil
events the horrors of war would bo mul
tipll'd as hi 1828 and IM!), when
the plague almost destroyed tho Uus-
mM11tar"y1.1", The pcrma-
ment hospitals in that country had
20.000 sick of that disease lu one month,
while many more were in the fields and
hospitals, la the first campaign ot the
war about one-half the entire Russian
force was killed off by the plague, and
In that of 1820, It Is estimated that GO,.
000 men fell victims to the disease.
JIuch anxiety is manifested lest a r.'cur
lance of this shall take place, and every
precaution that is possible, in a time of
war, will doubtless be taken to prevent
it, Cholera Is now moving westward
through Persia, while the plague has ad
vanced into A statin Turkey to within
tour or five hundred miles of the seat of
Ilosclice'e ueriuun Njrii.
('ail cow be purchuscd right at home; it
Is the mot successful preparation ever in
troduced to our people It works like; a
cnarm in an cases consumption jineumo'
nla, hemorrhages, asthma, severe cougbs
croup, mid other throat and lung diseases'
.u person nas ever used mis meuicuie
without getting immediate relief, yet there
are a good ninny poor, sutlering, skeptics
persoDg going about our streets with a sua
picious vouch, and the voice of eonsump.
tlon coming from their hmg, that will not
try it. Ifyoudio, it is your own fault, as
you can go to Paul U. Kchuh, drtiKt'tst, and
get a sample hottls for 10 cents and try it
three dotes will relieve any case, itegulur
i.e only 73 cents, eow.
J. 11. Mclkev, D. T. Unzgau, J. M. Lanhdkn
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Commercial Avenue, at office o
Urica-ar ,t Lausdeu )-i7-:Jni
Suu pleusb copy.
".uccaio's Patent hmmf
rnilH PAPYltOGItAPA WILL I'KoHUC K
L From one to a thousand fac-simil lea of any
design, writing, drawing, maps, notices, price
lint, examination paper, etc, using one writ
ami an ordinary uipypigprees. The process is
simple, easy, and iuptd. Send fur descriptive
circular, and address TIIK Pal'Yoi.lt V I'll
CO., .Norwich, Conn, or joii.n .wu.vrifc.Tll,
lO'.i IM.S1XH1 st. i bonis, .wo.
English Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain
biso, ftwir carpet", velvet nugs, cruuiti
(Jloths, oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORE
Carpets carefully packed and sent to un
part oi tne united status ireeol charge.
tl-SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
J A. BENDALL
BBS. CANINE & "WHITLOCK,
UaviiiB entered Into co-partnerahip, for the
miroone of practician dentiatry. in all ita
brunches, would reapcetfully Inform tliote neeil
Mirthe services of , dental operator, tbat they
an' prepared to attend to their wunta in every
i lie lining ot teem uone in int runu nti9 me
mory manner. Inserting artilluial ilenturea, al'
wuya with a view of restoring, no far aa pne-
tuauie.iiie iobi contour aci'i natural .xpreaiion
:if the moat improved methoila and materiald
Teeth extiiicted ubsolutely without pain hy
jsing uuroug oxiue KU8.
They extend an lnvitHtion to all, to call and
lee them ami solicit a lilieral share of their pat--onuKe,
Work gnnrnmeed. f'ricea iiuxlerute.
CANINE ft WHITLOCK.
vi Conmicrcial enuc, netween Sth una 'Hh st
W. II. MAEEAN.M. D.
fir. llriKhuni-8 Successor.)
Offlco 130 Commercial Ave.
iM-lm " Cairo, fllinoii.
Special attention given to the treotmen "
Chronic Di. coses und diseases peculiar lo
G.HARRISON LEACH, M D.
Kepccial attention i,dven to Iloracopathlc
treatment ot mirgical diseases, all elironic
diseases and discuse. ol women and chil
dren. Olliec uu Commercial avenue near
Ninth street. CAtUO, ILL
St. Louis, Mo.
TU03. A. BICE, A.H.t. L.B..
IA8. BICE, A. M., Principals
j, a. iiu&wuuu,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIP $81 00
MOST Coinplete. Thorough anil Practica
1'oiirxe ut Study in the L'niteil Hutes a
cuuree indispeusible to every yountf initn em
harking on the sea of life.
TH03. A. RICE, A. M., L. I .,
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
No SO Ohio Lovee,
3 a,.. t..,f.l..., hil.il l!j. luMf in,1
fl 1 ""llT,.irlinilut. Or.C'sl'l.
4U)n I., lu.l,i,,.':.,u:.l ,lliu,ji.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington an .Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Danny'.
KKKP8 for iale the leal Beef, fork, Uuttou
Veal, Lamb, Sauaage, Ac and la p
wilt erf fi tull let In an eii"able ni i
mteai no i .
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducab, Shawneotown, Evans
Tille, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant aide-wheel Hbaiiiei
Val.TSH II. PaNNINUTOtf Muster
Jll AltLKS 1'KN SI NIITON -Icrli
Will leave Cairo every Wr UMi-U'A Y at
o'clock p. in.
'1 he fleet uleauier
Leaves Cairo every SATl'KDAY.
tach boat makes close connections at 'alro
With flrstrctaea steamers for t. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, ami at Kvansville with
the K. AC. K. It. for all points .North and ast.
andwiththe LoiUsville Mail Steamers fohall
points on the Upper Ohio, triviuK throUrhr
eelpls on freights and paaaeiiKera to all points
'or urther Information apply te
.1 AMKS HIUUS, raaaengcr Anent.
HALLJIIA I B"OS , Amenta
Or in U. J. UUAMMER.
Superintendent and General freight Aiient,
'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
1 01 E. E.
THE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Willi dlruet Connections lor
Travelern desiring a
SPEKDY, PLEASANT and COMKOKT
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
; I celebrated lor Its
Klegant Coaches, SpleiiJid IlotelN, tirmul
and lieautiful Hoiiutuiu and Valley
Sooneiy, an I the miny points
Historical Interest Along
Fare will ALWAYS be as LOW
ai ky any hr Line.
PULLMAN PAIACE CAR
Hun Throi gtt
Kotween the Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
Kor through tickets, baggage checks,
movement of trains, alcepin car accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket otllces
at all principal points.
NOBTH, BOOTH, EAST or WEST
E. R. florsey, L. M. Cole
Ass't lien. Ticket Agt . ien. Ticket A gt
Thou. P. Hurry. Ihoi. It. Sharp,
Western fain. At. Master of Transp'n.
6. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Jf: IS OHIO LEVEE.
V, ttttant lot fflven toconalfrnnienU au,l
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Rooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Hoofiing a Specialty' in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumpa, Stovos
Jofcaln PrsaaPtlr Don.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
;,on, or in nogsnenat, lor snipmeoi
. . 1 . 3.. J - n
jrompuy uiitmueu iu,
iQrTo large consumers and al
aaanufaoturors, we are prepare
io supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform ratOB.
CAIEO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tfrflalliday Bro.'s offlce, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
tVlJitiriiiuy Bro.'a wltarfboat.
t -t KirvutUtn Mills, or
EKat the tool Dump, loot orTnirty-Klnhlh
-Fo8t OIHfie Drawer. Sun.
VUUTV VEAIIH BKKIKE TIIE PCBUO.
DR. C. xMLANE'S
C K I. K. I: K A T E l
full Till! CtKU or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
UVSI'LhilA AMI SICK HtADACIIK.
Syinjitonis of a Diseased Ijver.
IJAIN in tlie right side, under the
edge of tlie ribs, increase-son pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to tlie top of
the shoulder, and is uiinetimes mis
taken for a rheurnati-M in the arm.
The stomach is affu led w ih loss of
appetite and sii l.i.t.- ; the bowels in
ceneval are om'iu . ' iia times alter
native with lax ;
c.id is troubled
i.d with a dull,
:). Lai k tart.
with pain, at
There isKcr:cr:''.:v i,iiiderable!oss
of memory, :u comi.ai ;t d v,'uhaiain
fu! sen:;.ti(,n of L;.ii.g left undone
sometlii!' v.lii, h oiyiit to haveleeo
done. A slight, dry ct.uh is sonic
times an attend;.!)!. ;'Jhe paticnl
coiiii!ainsof wi.i:rii:c:s;ind debility ;
he is easily startled, his f.c-t are cold
or burning, and hi r oinplaii.s of i
irit kly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low ; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, et he can scarcely
summon up fortitude- enough to trj
it. In fact, he distrusts every rc-nv.
etly. Several of ti c above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here few of them ex
isted, yet examination of tlie body,
after death, has, shown the Livrit to
have been cxlc.v.ivilv deranged.
a cue and fi:vi:r.
l)n. C. M'.I.am.'s, I.;vi;r l'n ls,
in CA! Ks 01 A(;i 1: .:;i 1 i.vj.k, when
taken with Quinine, no j-roductive
of the most happy ivs nils. No better
cathartic can be u,cd, jireparatory
to, or after takinj; (Juinine. We
would advKc t'Jl v. ho are afflicted
with thi; disease to fjvc them a
For all Lilious deranpements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
IlKU'Afti: OK 1MITATIOXS.
The genuine 1)k. C. M'.I.ANK.'t,
LivK.u i'n.i.saiv never sugar coated.
h'.very box has a red wax seal on
the lid, v. iih the impression Dk.
M". Lam 's I.ivi k I'ii.i.s.
'The genuine Ai'. Tank's I.ivkr
Pn.f.r. bear tl e si;, natures of C.
MVLank ami l'i i ..iixn livu?. on the
VfiT Insist on yt.ur druggist or
storekeeper givitiji ou the genuine
Un. C. M'Lam.V. I.ivi k Th is, pre
pared bv Tlemiiig Jims., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggist!,
and cotinti v stoii keepers generally.
To thuse wi-liia ro (live l). C. M?I.m'a
LlVFK Pu M .1 ln:il, -e ;11 null xl pji.l lo any
p.,rt i.t tlie L uitcd Stale, cue box vi I'illt lor
Iwcniy five crnrv
Ft fmin'i; i:Ros.. ritisti mV P.
Xt im Worth
To everv reailer of thia uacer who semli ua this
cerUtlutte uuil fl we will lorwurU, fur one year.
" 1 be irraiure," a munniueeni jiuiairateci
Monthly Journal ami llouaekeeiier'a iliiKiuine,
anil one copy of our uew ami elegant premium
"ASKlMi A M.F.9SING, "
A niiterjieee of tlie DusacMorf school r.f Retire
palntinx, ly I'Mf. .Ionian, elite i'axVW, ex
ecuteil iu the li iiflient atvle cif the art. fetnil
price of, whieh la ", ami a copy of the lollow
liiK beautiful poem (lestrtptlye of the ishromu, in
eli'Kunt Illuminated colora for fruuiinjf .
Ay; but wait, ood wile, a minute;
1 have first awonl to say
!o you know what to Out is?
Afother, 'tis our weildiua; day!
.IiibI aa now, we ant at su)ier
when tNejrui'BiA hail none away
You i nt Unit aide, I Bat thin side,
Forty years ago to-day I
Then whnt plana we laid together)
V hni hrave tlilnK" 1 meant to do I
Colllil wed mini to-ilav would Unit lis
At this table me and You?
Iletter so, no doiilit and yet I
Sometimca think I cannot tell
Hud our boy all, veal 1 know, dear)
Yes, 11c iloelb all things Well.
Well we've had nnr joys and Borrows,
Bhuri'tt our mule as well as U'ars;
And thu Iwat of nil I've had your
FaiUilU love for fony years!
I'oor we've lieen, but not forsalieni
t Uriel' we've known, but never shame
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