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t .'"" I ' .J!'-:" i ! ' t ? ' 'tT hi .t i -i- A ' ! ' P' i ( . ( . Z 9. "Ml- i'V i j l i i.'l 4 1 1 J 1 . : i : J H . t t I a i' 4 'O '. J T :. ''. i.'t -7, 'i ... .'. ! J . . V 1 . if -. i' - 4 fAftti AND H6USE HOLD. Start Ins tlie Rhubarb Growth. Khubarb, or p'e plant, a it is often called by housewives, is an important nart of every farmer's nardrn. The iround can hardly be too rich for it. and if nronprlv rarp.l for it nrovidfs an x i i . i j cellent acid sauce, healthful and refresh ing, and better than mediciro to clear from the system in spring the humors engendered bv too close confinement in the house in winter. To "ha c rhubarb very eirly make a rouh sasi around each of a few plants 1'ank with manure and cover cn the coldest nii'hts to keep from freezing. Au o!d barrel vith both heads knocked out is.good enough. A single plant and the above method of securing early pie plant is common in many par is of the country. If ton L'ul titatxr. Mak iiiff Grape Cuttinjr. In making grape cuttings for pUnting in the open air, the moit common prac tice is to save the canes pruned o:T in fail or winter for this purpose. The canes are cut up into lengths o. live to eiht inches, varying foraewhat according to the habit of growth of the canes from which the cuttings are made If the wood is long jointed ; that is, live or six inches between buds, then cuttings with two buds on each are surticicnt, one at the bae and one near the top. The canes are cut SQuare across just below a bud, and at the top one inch aove and in a'filoping dire .Uon. These cuttings should then be tied in small bundles and stored in moit sand or moss until wanted for plantihg'out in spring, or they may be buried below frot in the open ground. In making cuttings of short jointed cahes, three or four buds may be found on cuttings six to eight in; lies in length; it is not nc e-;sary to have the cutting of this length, although they are more con erJieut to handle in tying upaad plant ing than if only two or thr;e inches long. But for outdoor propagation, the cuttings should, have at least two buds on each. I'nde'r glass single bud cuttings are used in preference , to longrr ones. American AgricultttrUt Strawberry Culture The stiawberry is doubtless the mo3t atitjng of all small fruits in every re- j spect, says tho New York Time-. It is grown with the greatest eae . it is. an exceeding!', prolific plant; it affords a a supply for three months in the year by means of its numerous varieties; it is a most healthful as well as luscious fruit, and it can be produced abundantly at such a small-cost as to be merely nominat. A hundred plants can be procured to start with for seventy-five cents, and with a little care these will be in creased tenfold the hrst year, so that afterward the fruit can be grown with out any expenditure, except of very flight labor. lo excellent a gift of generous nature cannot be neglected blamelessly, and every farmer aud other man who has the ground for tho purpose should not fail to supply his fauiily with a full abundance through the whole sea son, or he neglects his duty. By proper culture, an enormous product can be grown on a very small space. A small bed is better than a large one, and if only one square rod can be afforded and well attended to, the possibilities of that narrow piece of land will surprise those who have never tried what can be done with it. Forty-one and thre-juarter quarts of fruit have been produc ed from ! thief c generally wait till he leaves the twe ve plants, and at two feet apart this , hou-e, and then bag him on the side would make more than 200 quarts per j walk. Most of these fellows know us as quare rod, and this is not the largest j wU as we know them, and they seldom yield known. ' Farm antl (iarrlen Notes. A deep soil is best for potatoes. ' Politeness pays in the cow stable. A gentle man go. 8 more milk than a har.;fi one. ilememl-er tint good care nnd keep are as essential as proper selection and breeding. Do you believe in spring cleaning! Better clean up thoroughly aow, and keep ( lean. You must not expect even the largest e-p-producing hens to lay well in w inter ! with rousjh uncongeuial surrounding. The itlca cannot be too strongly en forced that it the duty of the dairy man to deliver goo milk to the factory in good condition. You can t have hea'.thy fowls if they are not ho :sed in a dry place snd given a chanc to c .ercise. Let them work for what they get. Et- careful that the ration fed to vour 1 fftw has a proj er balance of elemezi:?, approximating ore part f r Titrocescus food to t"ve or six parts of carbon acrous. i The r.ct known remedy for hot-houe mildew h to run the heat up h:g'.i as Oe plants will stand and admit a r . tht is arv ? possib.c for a pt;r;od of twenty -(our hours. There is no reason wbv ths health v bird hhould be doctored daily any more than hwman beings. The best mode of promoting health is warmth asd a va riety of food. The duck is coming to the front as a market fo.v!. Thev are often ud to the turkey in jr ce, and can i e rnie i Tor j .... I one-halt the cot and troub'iP. 1'on't be bch'na the t ines. The more .uccu'.ent foods xakc the more K.ery mdk and oily cream, which I churns the eis'er. Hence enilage and roots are favorable to butter miking, the oils principally giving butter its flavor. If your garden is not already stocked with grapevines, currant bushes, iap borrits and strawberries, make'your lUt at once and send to some reliable dealer Order only the dl and we'd tr'.ed variet e. As a rule the high-priced covelt es ure profitable only to the man who sells them. 0;tAN'-r C vM". One c ip of butter and two cups of 6Ugr beate i to a cream: yoiisof fo ire.'s, one cup of mdk, three and one-h.df cups of flour, three tea spoons of bakiag powder : . bake in layers. For the frot ng take the whites of two eggs, ui e and grated rind of two oranges, suar to thicken. SNDvj. h D no. One-half pound of butter, two table poonfuls of mixed inu-tard,. three tab'.espoonfuls of salad oil. a little red or white pepper, a little "a'r, yolk of-one egs; rub the butter to a eun tdd the cth'r insredients, an5 mix thoroughly, set away to cool, aud spread the read with this mixture, and put in the ham, -chopped fine. E'CAi.i.orED S a kf.t PorATOFF. IJoil nice smooth potat--.es twenty minutes, drain an l steam them, dry live minute-, slice up, aud on every layer of potatoes sprinkle a little ugar and spread with butter, lill up the dih and pour over the potatoes a cup of milk, bread, sugar ;ini butter, and a litt e nutmegor cinna mon or ground ginger or allspice over the top, and bake twenty minutes. U:k! Omr f.r:T. On cup hard bread; partusisten hi hot water aud milk, or in cold wa'er (in which can press in a c!oth and crumble); add ono hilf chopped onion, one tablespoon chopped parsley, one egg, salt and pep per, neat in. tne irymg pa-i or s pia.e baking pan some b ts of i-iet or 1 eef fat and pour in the omelet. Cove;- and bake five minutes, then uncover and brown, -or it may be cc.oked slowly on topC'the stove. Cut in pieces and serve around the meat or with a gravy. Thieves at Funea!s , "These fashionable house funerals are a favorite hunting ground for a certain c'ass of sneak thieves," said a detective o a New York Tima reporter as the minister made an impressive pause in the funeral service at an up town residence the other day. "They are well-dressed, veil -appearing rogues that follow this line of business, and you could not dis tinguish them from the guests them seUes. They are personally well-known to the police, and most of themjear such appropriate pseudonyms as Funeral 'Jrimley and Dead -Man Charlie. They come in at the front door with the clerjry, the bearers, or any respectable people they fall in with. Once inside the door, the. whole house and everybody in it is at the mercy of their clever and in dustrious lingers. It is sin easy matter for one of them to slip upstairs and rifie tho chambers while the solemn services arc inprogiess. Servants are easily per suaded that he is only the undertakers' man. and nobody else would have suffi cient assurance or cause of suspicion to intercept him. Then the crowded draw-:ng-roo:n or hall oilers the adep pick pocket a tempting harvest." "Do you ofren make arrests?" "We dislike to cat a gloom over the occasion by unking a disturbance in the bouse, and therefore when we spt a remain" long after seeing a detective.'' Romartic Epfrch of the Bonanza Kings. The "death of James C. Flood removes from the scene a leading figure in one of the most picturesque and romantic epechs of American history. The career of the "bonan7a king9" of California and Nevada supplies the place of a legendary era in our hrst cantury cf na tional development. Even now the storie? of the sudden rise of these men frouvxthe poverty of ordinary immigrants to a jtvealth and financial power then al :i.o: t! u paralleled sound to us like the traditions of the old romancing nations. No drubt. if contemporary newspapers could have chronicled the deed of Midas arM Cr s su. we should find their ! careers to have been very much such as Flood's, and MooJ, in the p-chis oric days of old Asia Minor, would proo ably have teen lemembercd with a hundred vague and gl-ttering leenls. Indeed, what stor es of ancient ri he could surra the cold statistics which ! tell cf the P TV. v0. 0 JO turned nni nf i . .- . , ! ' - - J " - - - - A . 1 l I . i Li t. as is I'sualiv the cae with nirtnroQ mo j and ronaatic erw of national historv. j tho penp:e at are th j reiura t0 p0ddin- unrc e gainers from f. plodding, unrcmantic 1 usiness entcrpr.se. The iniuence of the -bo-ratiza kings'' in California and Nevada wa-s as corrupting an 1 destructive to good government as was the inrluencof the great gold fever. The ri?e of the far West to true inr'uence and greatness ha come oniy with the decline in the auto cracy of the noaey Jking. Cjrnmer il AJzrr'it'. r. .. ( Jays: "A ca: oasl monuce.i: huld ie j erected to Kricsuu. for the n.ti.m his debtor for t rkeles, ia.ratlon..- You Weed h KloAf To imrart itrenih ul Rive a reeling of health : nd virorthrouthouttb; -ystera, there i nothing ; eiaal to HooI'b Sr.priil It sepis reCTinriy ; -iPto crercoa-.p tbt tiret feehfcjr cauel by hAnre of ea oa. dimat rr Ufi. nd b'le It f-n an eusta-.na thestrn it pur fi? anl reiicvate tLetlKi.1 We earnestly urre 'he larfc-e army cf clerks, l0'.k-kerr. tea hri. l.ou--ei"e, orer-- Uve an l others wh i ave tea eicely cc nSned dnrin th wint-r aal who nd a toc-d Trin? ; rnMic w. to ta'.e i Hood's Sarsaparilla 'For yearn at imsii ar ;atrTals in t'.l kh I ulTe-ed the intolerabl burniri anl itrhimr f f b'iOO-1 Oiouin(r by iTf. li wot: Id bieaV o t on rn lei, m ray ibroat anl cys. Lat ffr.npl t-rk Hool s Sarpaparilia. a a Oj l uiiS. r. -with no thought of it a a pei reiurdy for ivy p ison.a,-. but it l a? -fteb.l a irni nent and thor;ii-h ur ' C alvjt T Shute Weatw rth. N. H. Purifies the Blood Hool n Sarapaiil a mrified rny t.kt. Kve me vMvv- can vvn str -i !h. aDd overcame the beada'h and dirain'M, "I wiph to enn l' my tame a one f tboM who f-n thit 1 am at le to wnrk atram. I w-mw - nd bve driv.-d health from the nse of Hood' Saraa- Wl arsap n'.Ia to others wh-e 1 1 xd ib thin Vril . For maay year? I hav taken It. eipcdaUy or Impure, and bo feel worn out or rundown '- l' the criy t.pr;nr. whlnl am troubled with dlsai Lcthee Nasos. Lo e 1, Msj-s. n. dulln s. ni.i';a.nt tatte la my mouth In the "We have used HovFe SarbAparilla for years, and mcrnin. It r m vfg th bad taste, relieves tay recommend it a.s,th t-t eprinr jn'-uiCi'i orUool hea-iacbe and makes me feel pre -Uy retrxehed. The purifier. Our boy is nine years old and ha enjoyed to bottle I have iif-e-l this spring ha-e been worth ffocd health ever since wfrpia tfivtar it to b m, many dollars to me I advise ail my iriends to take We arft seldom without it.' li F.-Obovi b. Tin- hp- it." John Bisst. 6G3 431 St ..Town of Lake, Chieafo, ter, y II. Ill KloocFs SairsaparilSa Sddby aUdiug-eist. $l;sixfor$5. l'r'-pared on'y ' Sold by all drugiaie. fl;Ufor5. Freiarcdoaly by C. I. nOOD&CO.. Ap'Jthecane', Lowell. Mae. J by C. I. HOOD & CO , Apothecaries, Lowell, 3Ca. IOO Doses One Dollar A Misfit Crown. The voung Kmreror of Germany has ordered h s ourt-jcwe cr to change the liHpe of his crown and model the im proved edition after the exact pattermof i he coronation outfit of Charlemague. A French paper suggests that the crown ot Villiam the Victorious and Frederic the .Noble ought to be good enough for a youngster who, thus far, has doue noth ing more remarkable than snubbing the (Jerman Liberals and "assisting his court bigots in driving his mother into exile. Tlie Berlin wits cannot rik such out spoken comments, but express their opinions by a caricature of a snub-nosed boy trying on au anthjuated head dress ai out forty sizes too small for his skull. Detroit free I'res. Unite lluinniiitv. Onea iu the eity of - Vienna, there whs a ; Irea t -f hydrophobic, ami orders were given i t masiere nil th dogs which were lounil j iinolain.elor uneollarei in the city or suburbs Men were .employed for this purnose. '.'ml they eenerally earri 1 a sh 'rt, stiU, whi -h j thev flung at th v r prescribe 1 animal with ! suoii certain aim s either to kill, cr maim it j nioi ti 11 y, ot one blow. It happ ml n) day tint el-si t the i fdiT.- i.f iIik fivt.1- limp tho . r. innu!' I wretched d"g. but with such bid aim that it . j Ml int the river. Tl:'e po r nimal. f-dlow-i inz h'S instin 't, or hi teaeliitig. imme li.itcl ! UI in v, ipnr hi I I ir-.--.r- mni luiui; ti i n-.iin.ciun. plunaed in, redeemed the stick, and laid it at : the feet of ir,s jwter, who, s:iab hiu it up. I da-h"l out the oretture braiiiF. j Which was the brute? "We- may surmise what the Athenians ; w. uld have done to Mich a mvi from the: fact that they banisued th Judre of th j Are j)agus, becius h flm g away the bird j which sought sh Iter in his ios m j 'there are men in whm tli'-ra is no spark j of gratiluda r generosity. There are o hers i wh 8p r. ci ite tenefit. rHve,ed and art .1 h.'jppy iti making great '"ul acknowl-tlgemeut. Kev. J. V. Aslieman, one ot' the m st el- ipietit divines of Oetroit. Jlich., writ-s ibuch , ;i, 1SSS; 'in lssi I visited Ciaihini, () it., to lee ure and j. reach. 1 was in agonizing ' pain Ithe result of k'dney. dis rd j s). a' d una ; bl to dine with mv Inst. I xi)'aied to Tit XI- . T ouiize n(V's- v nat was tin. maitu-. lie nskl me if I w.s to) pr-j;i-'icel bv my ni"d- ; i-.al education to try Warner's Siry Cure, j adding: "Although I have never tril it, I ; can take you U a gentleman whs m it has i helled w n tc rfully.'" i , "I used 'J") Inatles of Warnei's Safe Cure and wr.fi in better health than for twei.ty llve yi-ars. I have everything to lesi and nothing to gain by ...ma king this statement, save the approval oe a e- m1 conscience " Th-re are teis.f thbustuls of people in thiscountrv , ho have gamed the approval n u gooti conscience in a line manner, aim are not to bigoted to do gol. The H ihetnian element is rapidly multiply ing in New York "city. A R4 cal C ure for Epileptic Flr. 7 Hi' h'liloi V.i a-e inform your leaders list I liflvea jnsiiivo lemedy for the above i un ed di.-ea-e w bic h 1 warraid to euro the worst rases. So stu.m; is rny faith in its vir 'nes tint 1 wiU setid fiea f-ampie lxttle aad a 1 uble 1 1 eat ie 1o hhv hi T erer ' 1m w i li jire n e Ids 1 ) ai (1 r.xpier- address. I.'ep'v !!.;. K(WT. M. C . 11 l rarl St.. New Vurlc. "Our Own Evarts" is is the affect ion at way in which New Y'orkers refer to their Senior Senator. The Women Praise 11. H. U. 1 The suffer. ng of women certainly awaken the sympathy ul cv.ry true philanthrop6'. ' Their bts. tntiid, however, li. B. li. (Botauie ! Bl-xxi Balm), tknd to Blood Bdm O--., At- lanta, Ga., for prwfs. H. I., t'arsidy. Kenncsaw, . Ga., wrt-fr . - "Three. Ut ties of B. J. .15. cured mv wif.- cf ! scrofula. Mis. li. r. Lan-, Zalal-a, T.a.. writes; ' I hve ntrver u-ed anytt.i to equal B. B. B." Mrs. ('. II. Gay, li -city .Mount, N C. writef : "Not a diy for 15 tar wa- I free fr.Jm h' ad acut. B. B. B. entirely iVuevd me. I fttl lik.- another per n." " ' James V. Lancatrr, HiwkLnsviile, Ga , writes : "My wife wa la bad health tor eictit years. Five doetoi an-i many patent mMivines ha doue her no tux littles f B. B. B. - cm-id hr." Miss . roiuhnv-n. Atlanta, fta., say; "For years 1 buffered wjtn rueunntiam, 'caused by 3 kidney trouble and ineh-t-jtiou. I aiso was fceb; anl nervotiA. B. 15. B. r'-;ive 1 rae at eu--e al-th-''Uh several other me-1--uies h i faf!t.d.' Rev. J. M. R.chiri-a, darks-.m. Ark.. wnt.-s: "My wife suffered rw.,lve years w:th rhfumatisai and leniale c. .mpiaict. A la lv me-mt-tr of my church had bem cuml by B. B. h. see persuaded thy we to try it, Who n"w pays tht re is noth.n? like B. B. B., as it qu.cklv cave Lcr rthef."' Ilt'.- n.iv1 h-e:j r t.i the t'V-ntral W. r T. I", of ('hicac. dunr. th fot yt-ar. and m -r than U hae .x.Ne i thm;'h r-" hi rid-, cf the yvi--tv Tbr wer .-CTt'kJ arrests for iutnxicati..,. find iird-rlv ..-ind'it in - Y- rk '-v !t- A NEAT kUt.H , . Tat. r H !!.. f .r. S.-.-tU..d l.a.ir-mad- a pun.-tit rivr,-;,, tn.. ,;ri:,k .JaT nc in one of his --i ci..;;- 1 m in turn evervtLm.: but a tleman. and t.-:n i: tbt- i : L-ir.M ri5i-d oi ' "Admit TU l--a:-.-r ! ; any lunatic a- yitirii :n tne. t'riitol Kuij.ni eat. Mi-, in.rr .- r-1.. i ,.vr. r-).'..-- V-:n:- -u." .tid tb.t-ij- cu". i:.i.Tf, a inter: 1 : . -r-: tLal '--if. t a arwavv ... " " a-yiu-.,-5. f..f , --t i" -u:i:- ii,t trt '-hv At no ether Msea doea the btucaa J'1 I much Eed the ftii cf a rtlt?le meitoM Utt '. Hoc-d Sais-irillas now. ThejriOverUhAdcca- diticn of tt Uoo tht. weiiealB fleet of 'tb i too. coM inter. th ict rrtiU. aa4 ttt ttzA 1 feeling, ili make a goM sprit mediclnhttty 1 life ssary. Hool'a 5-ar rrsU 1 P mlimrty a-lap'-e for sh's p-jrri e, and increases a rrrriUr- j ity every year. G;t it a tnaL , 'Hxd- ?ar pari 2a 'e ihe cheapest medicine I ' caa tny. -F. li Hietix, BsUeville. IiL 1 . l The Spring Medicine " Every ir:B for years I Lave made It r-raetic q take from tLrer ;o f.ve bottles Of Hood Saxaa jarill.i. i rc;-c 1 lnor it r'trUiea th blood a ad th'-ivufchly .!nnw-s the ytra of 3 impuritiM. TLat laaa-'jid icti nr. eomeL.mes c&Ued pria f.er," -.via rtv.r v. sit thi. pyatem tha ha bB I frT'.y care-1 frty this n?er-faiiiiii- remsdy," '.v. H. I-awbeno. Editor ATicoltnral Epltomlst. Inlian.-p:vi. Ind. IOO Doses One Dollar Cleanse the System vv 1th that most reliable DO 6T i50W medicine Falne s Celery Compound. It purines the b'eod, cures Constipation, an i regulutes the liver anl k'tdneys.errectually cleans- E lug the system of all waste I and dead matter. Paine's Celery Compound rouiMncs truf nerve tonic and strenertbenlng (Ucilii.k.-, reviving theeuerglcs and spirits. I li i vt- b'Cn troMblecl for s"me years v !th a complication of :ifli.'ultlfs. Alter trj-lnjr va ri'jiii it i:iedi ::nd not flndinpr rHl'-f. I tried I'olri ''s ' !rv Con prnind. lit-fur tnkln one f'lil tvttl tlidlung tpiublesome symptoms be iriiii to f-.uitslde, and I can trulv sav now, that I leel like a new man. Digestion lias improved, nd I hae (rained ten,pounds Id weight since I h.e eoinnienrfd taking'tbe Compound." HoSl STl S TK AKNS. 1- Olf h VlIlC, Vt. l.oo. !x lor f5.eo. At Druggists. Wkli s, iacuAK.i:sos Si Co., Burlington. Vt. AMY OWE CAN DYE A Dress, or a Coat, J finy Qclor 11)1 lyiilv). I tTL II IU1 O f Ft v n , I " famS, tiagS, CIC. ) TEN CENTS a:i i in man-y other avi SAVE Money, ami mnie thi -c, look like NEW, by usm.r DIAMOND UvtS, 1 lie wotk ! C3sy, simple, quick; ihe m'crs the BEST rn. FASTEST Known. Ask for DIAMOND DYES and take no other. For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE DIAMOND PAINTS. Gold, Silver, Bronze. Copper. Only io Cents. laby Portraits. , I on lijiio in i uiuiuui i uijj -ij- tures lrom life, trinted on tin n'nto n.iner bv nntent rhota & feV proce?s, sent liec to Mother ot f.v priv Tlnliv tvrn -unlhin n. vcar. Vii i'.vVry Mother wants t'iicso fV-' riieturcs ; fend fit once. Give yX; y..- nieturcs ; end at once, uive (f'-rfK. Y r-ohy's name and age. J-Jfu' IWELLS, RICHARDSON A. CO., KLVT BURL1NCTON, VT. T3 IMV IT, know what S. S. S. has of a inali-rnant Cancer, to considered Incara in Chicago, where I of my r.cighbors sent The world onfiht to flone formelnthccuro j which wne bo bad as to Me by the phyeicians i tvent to be treated. One g.SJd'i tisemcnt in regard to began taking jr. I pot doses; tho poison was my eyftem, and I was well. Jr. is now ten relief from the first few gradually forced rut of toon cared Bound end months since I quit t ak in" S. G. . and I hava haft no E'n oi rctiuii cf t'uc dra llfid disease. Mr.!. Ami Eotuwell, Aa Satk, Illcb.., Dec. CD, 'o3. -v-v.' Send for books on Blood Die czees tnd Cancers1. milled free. The Swipt f PECinc Co. . '" Drawer 3. Atlantr, . The last rv nsus r.f India indicate a iula tiun of HS,'.-J,i!)o. There are sir million more males than females. What wi'l ewe the worst eas? of d sp .p sia? ' What wili in-kre a lieartv apjfiif iiU( r.crtasd di-ti -t? Wha6 will u'-e e:iral debiliry and K'ive a new lease of h'e? What wilLiiisjiel nervous depressi..n and hv spirits? What will r-tor' txhmsl m tbei-s to full strength? What will strengthen rerve? anI muscles? Wh.'tt will mrich th-? b'ofi V Wdiat w id enall v-,i t overcome weaknes,. waje fulne-s and lack of n Tgy Whtt j- ie' t chiUsai'd ffver ai.d either e-ffects of ma larial iwrM nf H'own's Iran Hittei It is ai II t kuc w th's f)n of the pr- valent dirderat sea taJt ro m. for Klfkel". -nrmu-. rikI Wanting Hmurdt i m t 1 titldreu, scjtt"s Krnu'sii.n of I'uret4 Livr (hi with Hyr phosphit-s i . ui.t fjnsh d. The rapidity with which el.iidiHti ga.n f!-"h and strr-rgth vp int is ver.v w.; d-rlul. Jl-ad th 1-l;ow-i i.'' ; ' 1 hav ud S.j)!t lhu!,..ii in cs-s t liu kei ark "d'ii- i n - f j n t-tnnding. flu ll neU- H iu' iv t'i.-n pi a i with the : s;i:is. in n-ir rt-t- ' jjiif-r v-n-nf M Jmv. D . New V. rk. N I'fil.f - rf t-s t I It.iIihtik ). Ln.,a-n a A It n nlnlnr. A O-v .11 AMHUIlf, Fl'iS w;U cir the .!! i s . ,j i , ,t t. t.id i d ti-n, i,nd ih-ir itv..i h! I pi-vtnt th1 re urr i.i t . f if,.- tto.i W . i-n'a l Ft. Ma, k i 'ni; '.. ,. N V. There nr , n i, of h elves in the tritifch. M lMt-urn tfjtdu .j? !tK,;n Thi pother' Friend. tsed tefore eonftn- i rsent. !e-eas rain &ui m 1 1 -s iabor cx.n i ; aratively tajv. o d by tid drssut. s N i 'Fit m in tnr- tr ..' nvu" vtwo. ; t ars L-re all .tiier rae lis fa.l. iV-.. ' The iU.l! ! arriving !a Yoku--.'it.:ikg of the sezaon T .t... fro-ti -i- A. a.Aa 1 .. I-t-t-mber 1. t . The II.- t O .v.k l-t u Diamond 7 ? 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