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> SAM JAGGERS, Bannack
I Montana. "1 f
Brand— V on h°th side*.
Wattle behind left hip.
Hange— Ilorse Prairie and 0«
■ r Hole Basin.
w'SSS'KI't.
rm Î i'd-Cattle. square and com
"s on right hip, horses same on I
ïarks— Cattle, two slits in right!
ïone m left ear. Double dulap in brisket.
JAMES HAllBV, Bannack,
Montana.
Brand—Cattle, J H on left side,
Hoi ses, J H on left shoulder.
Mark—Cattle, slit in left ear.
, K» n S*-Orasehopper, Hors«
jirie an d Big h ole,_
if. H. RAYMOND, Virginia
itvor Puller Springs, M. 1.
Brand—Small on left jaw
Range—Belmont Park, twenty Rif ||
| t< south of Virginia Citv.
Roa d Oeldings and highly br«d , lotting
illions for sale.
SIM. ESTES, Dillon, Bea
verhead County, Montana.
Brand—Horses, S E on left
shoulder. Cattle, U on left hip
and marked with underbit from
left ear.
Range—Beaverhead Valley.
P. A. LARGEV, Butte City,
on tans.
Brand— Cattle and Horses,
on left shoulder,
gange— Camp Creek and
ihester.
DENNIS AMIOT, l.anrin,
jdison countv, Mont.
Brand— Cattle thus Q on left
•«. Horses, some on left
jder. Range—Lower Ruby
alley. (.H-3'4-4)
FLYNN BRO'S., Dillon,
nntsna.
Brand.—Cattle, seven-tin B
Nitlt hips,wattle on both
'.vs, underbit tan left ear.__
Ringe— Blackteil, Red Koek anu Sage Creek.
fc~.
se, same on 1
: shoulder.
lark—Cattle, wattle on left Ja w.
age—Horse Prairie and Big I
! JOHN TEMPLE, Sheridan
Montana.
Brand—Cattle, J T on left hip,
■H»l brand, 96 on left side.
Horses, J X on left shoulder.
I ml thigh.
Range—Lower Ruby Valiev.
100BEWAED for the apprehension and sufficient
ldence to convict any person t>r persons stealing
e or more horses or cuttle belonging to me.
___John Tkmpi.f.
JOSEPH I-AlKXKK, Sheri -
dun, Mon.—
Rrutid, not-s
es. J I-' on left
shoulder.
Cattle, same 1
an cut above.
Range—Uamshorn creek to Wisconsin creek,
uiison county.
J. J. LOUGHRIDGE,
Willig Beaverhead Co., M. T.
Brand—Hones, star on left
jaw.
Range — Between Beaver
head and Willow Creek.
!"'tlt hip:
. thus *\ /'
lange On t 1
"niai Valley.'
T. H. SELWAY, Dillon, Montana.
Horse brand
---
UKWAHIj will
PHitl for evidence
.J.slmll result in con
ins one or more
*«ns of killing.
WMUJS or hruuding
^«tmim-uniinnlsef
brantls.
" f " ll kin,ls
r »«K 141 .
OSCAR WELCHER, Sher
idan, Madison co„ Mont.
Brand—Cat
tle. 77on left
side. Horses,
ai' rü*?* 0 '-Rochester and Di- 1
"'Creek
[.WM!
* R a-!îfî~ Red "«*• Horse Prai
. u Centennial Valiev.
itoyt]
OR A. BROWNE, Glendale,
averhend Co., Montana. \
Brand— Cattle, JO on left
mp. Also, X in same place.
:rsos, X on left thigh.
Mark—Cattle, left 4Î _
ear cut as shown. Range— west sine
Big Hole river from Birch Creek to tin
i above Melrose.
LEX MKT/KL, Pullei ,
rings Madison Co.,
oiitnna.
'nftle and horse brand. \
■fie A t»n left slioulder. | ( A )
tomugiibrctl cattle anti Vtv S
liericnn horses, branded .1
left jaw. vent »ante brand
left thigh. Cattle mark!
sn-fttt dewlap in brisket,
liange. U|)j>er littliy Valley, from lower to ttp-
rcanyon, including till tributaries.
Tltorougiibreti and liiglt-grtule short-itorn lui 11 s
r sttie.
---, JOE SIHNEBERGER, Red
Rock p, o. Beavcrh'd Co. M. T.
1 Brand—7L on left side. Also
owns the following brands: ggk
I on right hip and OC on left CP
• hip. Cattle marked with dulitp
SO right Hank. Horses 71, on right shoulder
CP on right shoulder. Hange —Red Rock and
geCreek.
f. BARRETT, Horse Prairie,
overhead County, Montana,
rand— Cattle, + on leftside,
i left
TKKRHXCE l-LYNX, Dil
lon, Montana.
Brand—Cat -
tie, thus: X X
on left side.
.and tints ' , : /'
/ _
on left shoulder.
I »lackt ail. Sage Creek and C'en
ei-|
T on nenr thigh.
Cuttle— T O on near
ribs; two slits in each
ear. Also Chas Hagg's
old brand; figure » on
near hip; small crop
near ear.
Hange — Rlacktail,
Beaverhead and Birch
Creek.
TO
W. L. McINTOSH, Red
Rock, Beaverhead county Mont.
Brand—cattlc,17 on both right
and left hips: and two slits in
right car and one in left ear.
„ fOld brand 17 on right hip.)
, r rin< *~U" r, r».17 oniettshoui.
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ÿnufd (Curd.
Ul.
°- WILLI S^WlUl,, Mont. Brand - cutle
wÿ2S!2JtffÂ
* Paxson brand S-p on
ÄjÄÄä
cre *k Rattlesnake.
I X L
K. R.SPRINKLE, Dillon. Horn.
Brantl-Ciittle. I X L
on left ribs,square erup
oft each ear and eue
tlnlap on brisket. M,, r .
»es, same brand on left I
slionldes
Rangi-—Black tail and
t entennml Valiev,
gtorh for Sole.
HORSES FOR SALE.
I he Plymouth Hock Cattle Company will sellât
Imv figures four hundred ( (mi) head of horses, to
gether or divided. The company will sell one
hundred (ico) head tine brood mares, most ol them
with colts hy tln-ir sides, sired hv full blood Nor
man stallions. They will sell this I,and of mares
hy themselves, or will exchange lor cattle.
Anyone wishing In-ood mures will find it for their
interest to examine this stock.
Address, A. It. VALENTINE, Ti-cas.,
Care Elijah Ames, Ainesville. Montana.
Via Red Itock. îiwi
Bull for Sale.
One tall blood, registered Hereford Bull, an extra
fine specimen of the stock, is offered for sale cheap
for the next thirtv dins. Call on or address
J. G. XlADllOX,
Melrose, Moat.
July .D, '*>*»>. jt-jw
THOROUGH!» BULLS !
Shorthorn Durhams.
Head of Two-Year-Olds mul It) Hcuil
of Yearling*.
Can be seen on tav ranch, three miles ivvili ol
Dillon. Will be sold for cash or approved note.
Inquire of |. E. Morse, Dillon, or the undersigned
at ranch. PHIL THORPE.
Dillon, June 11, iSSS. jp
SHE EP FOB S ALE.
1,000 head of Wethers, one to four years old,
first-class medium-wooled Sheep, home iuised and
well bred—will be sold after shearing at current
prices. Also, a band oi
KWES and LAM IIS,
For October delivery at wean inj** —i,ooo head of
each. For price and terms inquire* of undersigned
IMIIL TIIOBPK.
Dillon, June n, |SSô.
SHEEP FOR SALE !
i it :tve* a hand of 1,150 good grade sheep which I
oder for sale. Parties wishing to purchase sheep will
find my band a desirable one. For particulars call
at inv ranch on Horse Prairie, or address
i.VS*$5*tf GEO. L. 1ÏATCI IKLDKU•
Bannack, M. T.
BRICK, BRICK, BRICK !
Dillon Steam Press Briet Yard.
M. J. MtCTXE, Proprietor anti
Contractor
l'OK ALL KINDS OK
Mason Work.
ESTIMATES GIVEN
For making and laving brick, through
out the countv.
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Y SARS IM_ USS.
Th s Grs Vert Mêdh&lTrîîîni gU u' i'. 1 .« As.
SYMPTOMS CF A
torpid liv&H*
t. Oi-ol y., petite, Iîowcl* cnni.vi-, l'ulu lu
head, with a dull nenintiiiii la t.. j
L ticU part, Pain uuder tbo eaouldu.**
Llud.î, Fvllnces after ealtnr. w»ut n «La
;.u:ii nation to exertion ol bony nr ein. t.
i. ritubiiity of temper, I.ovr ;u : r, v.....
a feeling of haying ncglcctct, some dt.tj.
riaeee. Dizziness. I'kueMi a. U
llsurt. Dot» before the «le»,
t I Mticki owo dote ©iTects bhc»i ».
DYE
At flu. I)en«l-I,cttrr Olttcc.
One department is devoted to the re
mailing of misdirected letters to their
writers, if possible. Nineteen-twen
tieths of them are so returned. The
remaining twentieth — amounting to
about three hundred thousand a year -
are destroyed. The **openers'* make
no examination of letters, except to see
at a glance whether they contain any
thing of value. This is all done by six
ty lady clerks, who dispose of from two
to three hundred letters each per day.
In tlie great majority of eases the date 1
ami signature of the letter give ail ;
necessary information, and the letter. !
with its original envelope, is soon ready ,
tor its return trip. There are many in |
Avhich the post-ollice is not given in the i
heading. In business, as well as social !
letters, the writer often used perhaps a !
name hy which the neighborhood is
commonly called, or some romantic
name which lit* chooses to apply to his i
farm or residence, in such cases the |
lack is frequently supplied hy the post- ;
mark on the envelope. Intlio,;.-, ulsi^f
cases when the letters are between rela
tives and friend-. the signatures an of
the familiar and a ll'eetionate sort, such
as - Dick,"•• Mallie." •• Mother," 4i Sister. '
or •• Ducky." all proper enough in their
way. but quite too indefinite to he of
any service to the examiner. Such let
ters are generally of no real value, and
are of necessity consigned to the (lames.
When the heading ami signature an*
sullieient tin- letter is iA>t read, hut the
class mentioned are examined, as the
body of the letter sometimes supplies
the missing ink. If found to heonl r
a letter of friendship, and containing
nothing nt imoortanee. it is quickly east
aside. If it relates to business affairs,
or contains information of importai!«
social and domestic affairs, such as
deaths, marriages, etc., all reasonabi"
effort is made to discover cither tit
writer or the person addressed. Fre
quent!*. letters of inquiry are written
hy tin- clerks, and information thu;.
gained may he the means of the letter
reaching its destination, lint in east
tin* letter furnishes the writer's 11 am ■
and address, no distinction is made as
to whether a letter is important or not,
allait- returned, it is considered that
if a person writes to his friend and get *
no answer, i; will he a satisfaction to
him to know that ids friend did not
receive it. Indeed, the administration
of the Dost Milice . partment in every
branch is governed by tin- idea, to its
fullest extent, that it is wholly for the
benelit and convenience ot the people
at large.
Full Dress in New Guinea.
The beaux and belles of New Guinea
are hy no means forbidding. Imagine
a niau about live feet nine inches in
height, his body a nice brown color,
covered, if in* he a masher, with red
earth, and varnished with oil, his face
painted in different colors and a piece
of polished stone through his nose, his
long hair frir/.y. omannmvd with bird-
of-panulist- plumes and cockatoo feath-
ers. iiis teeth black or red. his ears
weighed down with huge ear orna-
ments, liis waist compressed to wasp-
ish proportions with a broad bolt of
lurk, shell armlet. upon his arms and
ilogs'teeth necklaces around his neck,
a breast ornament of hoars' tusks or
pearl shell, a gayly printed waist rib-
bon. with long streamers bi front and
nohind, ankh is and kneenù* of colored
:lax. and a small, netted hag over his
shoulder: imagine all this, and you have
,1 typical New Guinean. The women
are like the men for rigginess. The
young girls wear a great abundance of
ornaments, but after marriage fewer.
They areall profusely tuttooed.and wear
a colored petticoat which reaches to the
knee.
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Slit* I Ik* Hüllt*.
The sight of the old Church Hildes
reminds us of the days of yore, wlien
persons sust t-cted of witchcraft were
often weighed against them, writes
William Am ows. F. 11. II. s., in Home
< lûmes. W* iind. in turning over the
pages of tin Annual Kt gister. under
tlie year 17.7.'. the following allusion to
the practice:
•• One Susanna Ilannoke*. an elderly
woman of V ingrove, near Aylesbury,
was accused -\ a neighbor for bewitch
ing her spinning-wheel, so that she
could not nia.\o it go round.and offered
to make oath <>f it betöre a magis
trate; on which the husband, in order
to justify iiis wife, insisted upon her
being tried by the Church Hilde, and
that the accuser should be present.
Accordingly die was conducted to the
parish church, where she was stript of
all her clothes to her shift and under
coat and weighed against the Hilde,
when, to the no small mortification of
her accuser, she overweighed it and
was honorably and speedily acquitted
of tiie charge."
The liehet in witchcraft lingered a
longtime in hat country: and even as
late as 17»VS that great and good man.
the Rev. John Wesley, wrote in his
journal: "Tli? giving up witchcraft is
in effect gi' ing up the Bible." The
laws against witches were repealed
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nine, xvas ex
July 28,17 If.
wind by pul
making a la
league with .
last persons
witchcraft.
»tie opposition, although
to this year Mrs. Hicks,
her daughter, a child of
rated at Huntingdon on
■for raising a storm of
ug off her stockings and
• of snap in a basin in
to- devil." They were the
hanged iu England for
DILLON NATIONAL BANK,
(.V urrrt'nr tfl Rani tf Sontkrni X'onhrn/,,)
OF DILLON, MONTANA.
j'nM np Capital,...................$00,000,00
■Surplus,................................ $4,.*,00
Gko. M. Brown, President.
John F. Bishop, Vice President.
David Lamont, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Gko. M. llamvN. Joseph B. Crow,
John F. Bishop, Craig Cornell,
David Lamont.

Transact n General Ranking Business,
j F.x<-liani;o Solti «>11 till Ihn I'rlnrlpnl rille»
<sl the Worltl.
j A* '-nrnts of Mi-rclrmts :ui<! ImliviilttMs snliril
; INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DE
POSITS.
j Deposits received subject to chock or dcm.mtl. AI«
* collections will receive personal ami prompt rten*
> tion,
J A fuit line of Fire Insurance Companies. Poli*
! des issued on :tll classes of property.
conn ksi'on i>i*:nts ?
Hanover National Hank.......New York
Merchants'National Bank........Chicago
j Wells, Fargo & Co........Salt Lake City
! Wells, Fargo & Co......... San Francisée
I Utah National Bank...............Ogden
I Monta a National Hank...........Helena
1 First National Rank.............Omaha
! First National Hank................ Hutte.
Sealed Proposals.
j Scaled proposals will be received bv tin- Hoard of
1 County Commissioners of lUaverbcad Countv,
; Montana, until the ist Mondav in September, issi»,
! tor forty cords of ynnd red fir ior pinct wood, tobe
I delivered at tlu* Court I louse and Jail at Dillon. M.
I T. Said proposals to.state whetlier the wood to
I be in 1.0*»- or i ont Wood. Bids to be addressed to
j the Clerk ot the lioanl of i'ountv CommisM«*!urs,
! Dillon, M. T.
I»v order *»f the Hoard.
PIUI. D. MrtiOl'(ill.
Counts Clerk.
Dillon, M. I\, |une m. iSN\ .»5
NOTICK OF FIXAI« F NT H Y.
I ANIlOmt Ë AT 11 KLLNA, M. I'., Aujf. o, I^X*.
N OTICK is hereby given that tin* tollowing-nam
ed settler bus filed notice ol hi*, intention to
; make final proof in support ol his claim, and tlv.it
j said proof will be made before |ohn 'I*. Williams
I Probate Judge in and fir Madison Countv, Mon
j tana, cn Saturilriy,
I Sept. 18tli t 188«, vl/ : Harry Itwlltel«!,
who trade pre-emption declaratory statement Xo.
oj.to for the K* A oftheXW 1 - », the N'Vi-jofthe
X\V *4 of Section .$5, and the NIC 1 -1 oltlu* \K i-|
of Section >b l p* t S, of K. s. W.
lie names the billowing witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, aid
iamb viz: Frederic Mercer, f|uincev S. Talcott,
Charles !.. Witlev and Kodney \V. Page, all of
'Twin llridges, Madison county M.T.
Cv-td S. W. KANCIIOUXi;, Itegister.
NOTICF OF FIXAI, IkXTItY.
I.AM) Oi l H I*: AT //KU NA, Mont., Inly .»I, I SX*.
MO TICK is hereby giv en that the following 1 nam
ed settler has tiled notice of Ins intention to
make final proof in support of hi* claim, and that
said proof will be made before Hob*. T, Wing,
Deputy Clerk ol the District Court in and for lieu
verhead County, at Dillon, Montana, on
4, 188(1, viz: O/ittM Willis,
who made homestead application Xo. 17 for the
X \**\\ Sec. J 7, 'Tp. }, Sol U tt W.
lie names the following' witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, vi/.: Jacob Hartwig, Frederick llopp, John
(i. Schmidt and Win. II. Oliver, all of Willis, M. T.
*i td S. W. KAXOIIOKXi:, Uegister.
NOTICE OF FIXAI. ENTRY.
b.wnOim k at IIki.i'.xa, M. T.,July iSx.,
N O'TK'K is hereby given that the following nam
ed settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof iu support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before Theo. Mutfley,
l'Ierk of tlu* District ('cun t for tin* First Judicial
District in and for Madison('omitv,M. 'T„ on Mon
day,
S«*|»tt*nilM*r 8. 188(1, viz: Osgood II. Oilman,
who made pre emption declaratory statement Xo.
7,4*.»5 for the X*4 of the XK 1 ^, the S\V (-f of the
XK « I and the NW i-jof the* SK i-i of Section
ji. Tp. I S. It. 7 W.
lie names the fol.jwing witnesses t• » prove Ins
continuous residence upon, ai d cultivation of, said
land, viz: Frederick Mercer, Joseph IVnnington,
lames Sueelman, and Martema ( lark, all ol Twin
Itridges, Madison Countv. Montana.
?i-»*t S. W. I.A\(»HOK\i:. Kegister.
SUMMOXS.
YXthe District Court of the Second Judicial Di n
* trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the
County of Beaverhead.
James llarbv, plaintif!, versus IV ter Watt and
'Thomas Watt, defendants.
'The people of the Territory o*' Montana send
greeting to Peter Watt ami I hotnas Watt, entend
ant-.
You are hereby require* d :• » appear in an action
brought agu.nst' you b\ the above-named plaintil£
in the District Court of the Seeemd Judic ial Dis
trict ed t!u* Territory ot Montana, in and lor t!i«
County of Beaverhcael, and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within ten days, exclusive cd' the d.t%
ot service,utter the: service on yoitoi this sutnmon.s,
If serve I in this countv; or. if served out cd* thi«
county, but in this district, within twenty davsjoth
erwise within lorty days, or jud^mer.t bv default
will be taken against you according to the prave*
of said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover from you the
sum of with interest at i ; * percent per month
from May .*>, 1^5, on vour promissory note of that
date given to Helen llarhyand assigned to plaiutit).
also for the sum of 1 \ due* from vou to plaintid
tor goods, wares and merebaiulise sold to you by
said plaintif; and the following property : the X\V
1 t Sec. ^S, Tp. 7» S. ot It. u \V„ with all improve
ment s the reon, one* mowing machine and ont* rake
lia vc been attached, as your property, to pav said
debt.
And you are hereby notified T !» tî if vou fail to an
pear and answer said complaint .1^ above required,
the said phtintifi will take baignent against vou tor
the stun of flS.t7.67 and interest, and cost ol suit.
j Cîiven under my hand and the seal of
f ç- .j Vhe District Court of the Second Judi
I Jcial District ot the Territory ot 5l«»n
V tana, in and tor the County of Beaver
head, this jSth day of fun«', in the vear «•four I.» rd
one tliousaml eight hundred and eightv-si\.
It. !.. DAVIS. Clerk.
Bv Koitr. T. Win»., Deputy Clerk.
Sn'ith »V Melton, Attornev -. ;|W|
Mrs. Eastman's
Butte Restaurant,
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LODGING HOUSE,
MONTANA ST.. DH.I.OX.
The lables of the Uestauvant are
Always Supplied With the Best the Mar
ket Affords
The Lodging House has been refitted and new
ly plastered, and is in first-class condition for the*
reception ot guests. 4 1 - ti.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
DEER LODGE, MONTANA.
« .milm l,-,I l»y til«- Sl»t»*v» of ('liiirity.
Tilt- Academic Vein- is divided into Two Session*
of live mouths each, .tec inning respectively on the
first Monday of September ;md the first Mord.lv ot
February.
TERMS:
Board and tu-tion, per session, (ineiudinq bed,
bedding and wusliing.............
Day pupil*.........................
Music on piano, per session, extra,..
Music on organ •• "
lilustc on guitar 11 » ,,
$too
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AS
AS
<5
No extra charge lor Vocal Music.
/or /Vu::'«« ou.t /Wj.%', Extra C'lai^rs.
&S?"' l'laitt and Ornamental Needlework tauqht
fee ofclmrqe.
AH J'ay incuts Must />,■ Ma,f, 1,1 A,h<iuo\
Pupils are required to brine* till necessary arti
tides for the toilet.
Special rates for two or more of one family at
tending the institution at the same time,
! or further particulars apply *o the
SISTER SUPERIOR,
/» charge of St. Mary's AcaJcmr,
«I- Dt-*-r T.od tjo. M. T.
The College of MONTANA,
CLASSICAL
SCIENTIFIC,
: NORMAL.
MUSIC & ART.
Instruments.
Apparatus.
Laboratory
Furnishings.]
Nsw k Complete.
Open to both Sexe3 on Equal Terms.
FOR TERMS, &c., apply to
REV. D. J. Mr mill an, d. d.
President i»f the Celleyo,
DEER LODGE. Montana.
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nhfîasr.
ZEUGIjUTCS
Mineral Hot Springs,
On tin* lüg Hole Uivi'l*.
Situated halt-way between I »len Station. < n the
Utah and Northern Kail wav, and 'Twin liridgvs.
The Hotel is now open ami fitted up with good ac
commodation.** tor the pub>i . 'The medical proper
ties of these springs are unsurpassed by am in tile
Territory,
O. E. MORSE,
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Keeps a full line of
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
liuriul It»»lx:s,(, '«»Hins, W-lvct Crepe,
Hroadelotli, ICte.
Metalie Caskets, from $10 to ÿi^o.
J. C. OREM,
VETERINARY SURGEON, ETO.
Having fitted up a new and commodious shop sad
secured first-class workmen, I am prepared to shoe
horses, make nr repair wagons, buggies and car
riages equal to any shop in the United States.
I leases cured of ringbones, corns, bruises, coo*
tracted hoofs, etc., etc.
Orders from tlie country promptly and carefully
itteudcd to.
All work guaranteed. [ 40 -
HENRY M. CUSHING'S
TONSORIAL ESTABLISHMENT,
Montana St.,
Dillon, Mont.
Careful Attention Given to
SHA VING, HAIR CUTTING
AND SHAMPOOING.
GEO. AI. SEEN CER,
A 1. * O
FIRST-CLASS BATH ROOMS,
FITTED WITH ALL MODERN
GONVENIENOES.
lâil hi more uioncv than at anything else bvtak
Mf I III ing an agency for the hot selling l>ix)k
• f llw nut. Beginners smxeeJ grandly. None
fail. 'Terms free. Haï.LKi Book Co., Portland^
Maine. 4^

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