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LIDD LdL tenders his st pveaetsinest erviees setot people of Ray viItn esa urresadios neigbbnrhasal. ia The Doctor will be foand at his see. Iwmerly ererpied by E, C. Meuwpnn.ry. on the aerthaast era er of she oea hoee square.. WI o at his raeidemes is Rhymea' etdition to ServIllat, M ma me ee, 300 yards seouh, mnes peileeionsally engased. I J. W. WOODLAND, Ca General Insurance Agent. MONROE, LA. co tepreeeiag the inwing enorpenin: d iverpel & twLdan & Glabe, I'Phoeni of Irablkn, North Bitih & Meemsntls, Meines & Teaders. Iadan & Lm Teabiume. Seetieb Uninn & Nawiane "Tihe dii.ma*e in the areat e the est eand die Peesart lanarsn is but a trife;, the diA b ver is case of less may bhe srient to aMeept p. s. ro8 88-1. JNO.W. 'ILLIS ATT'Y AND SI.ALESTATE1 .CUl T c l3yrllk, l. Wi Will reume*ty attend the Cous in the par- 6 lnse. of Stased and Frsmklin, end else- r where when besnes regaquie. Lernee loul t, sol d a exchanged on ammentam. Uekpeuve. rand mlproved lends in large or me alU a t na w ne iaud fur sale. The usmonwpved lead is aovered with a to siety of laege s eHah, eiale is quality sad aeieset s qeasuhy mk sme s per ie. Tea impele*ndaud i. rsmlehie to aMhk al purpnee. peessmmeg a dar smedym emil the fet.ry of which is excelled bry nou ounary 10 the warld The.. ~ lMeaseeeaaiesety leaesd with bi aisesetou a slam le, saviable seaseral erbelme4, ele, ew' ebasehes, mhels. et. W Tlide peawk s. Tem mweabmMe, pyable in nasmal ilesesalmau crheeper be eai . C.r ey a m me soll m i . . Rvi.e la.. MasI . Is55. T1 u MeO urir, MD. WX M Isro , MD. YrM 3RUMBT & BRUUMYT. OAInc at . W. The )ron's D 8rug Swore. WILEY P. MANGHAM. senwPy iPuh m ei Ed el. i._ Ovrrcs A TraU BKACow Orrvcs, ai RP*yvIe, Ricbhid Parih, La. i a wedIh the eas. PATENTS I I callvuu, un uil COPYRIGHTS - ,,m .m.WnE TONE " pi" · ,-r-- w,. hIE *i hiant rtani VOL XXI. RAYVILLE R PARISH, LA., SEPT. 21, 1. E 3 VOL. XXI. RAYVILLE, RTITAND PARISL, LA., SEPT. 21, 1889. NUCBER 38. State Gleanings. (C'alled from the IA. Review.] co of ACADIA.p The Acadia Sentinel says that the snall stream which forms the boun fary between Acadia and Lafayette i parishes becomes a formidable barrier to tree trade between Rayne and the people east of the stream. It also sys that very little rough rice or other products from that section will w' come to Rayne unless the Police jury a remedy the matter by bridging the lii stream. d Crowley Signal: The Orborne Mow- P ing machine which was presented by e the manufacturers to Acadia College was tried this week and gave excel- ki lent satisfaction. President Reese t was delighted with its work and con- 01 siders it a most valuable gift to the College. avovimr. B Buankie Blade: Fifty-six bales of li cotton have been shipped from Bunkie s1 during the past week. The cotton in P this vicinity is opening very rapidly. m The N w Era says that notwith standing the stand taken against jote bagging by the Farmers' Alliance and a various unions, the larger portion otf bales brought in this season are f wrapped in jute. Business in Arcadia is booming, P cotton coming in every day and t wagon loads of goods going out. Thus I far nearly a hundred bales have been received. The New Era says that improve- a meats are going on in Gibsland very 2 favorably and the prospects of the g town are more promising than ever before. The Plain Dealer speaking of the I location of the Farmers' Union cotton t bagging factory say: The cotton bag iag tactory of the Farmers' Union t will be established either at Monroe . or Alexandria. If either place had t a north and south road crossing the t Texas Pacific, there would be no r doubt aso the proper place for the r location of the factory. a caAIous.s. A certain tract of land containing 81 acres with buildings and improve- m menats will be disposed dfat succession sale on October It. oonooesAu. The question of the proposed bridge across the Mississippi liver at Vidalia is again being agitaten, but few have any hopes of ever seeing it. The amssement of this parish for 18 meants tob61,T70, sa increase df $7,900 ever last year's ssment. The Caldwell Watebmn says the proipects fr an acor mast being ood, and t o orm op pemiein a good yield, with not a sorry catton aep to be gathered, the farmesr "shetd be emoeraged sad leek Ir ward with msh hope or a brighter Ayttsrriat resoltioasw epasd at the lest meeting of the PFarmer' Uaioa d thisperish em th dath d W. . Wiley, the secatary e that body. The lmianim earmi ey the twe - d w hih Hem er is mrt is ased me a nk a d a goed hel. miwEstha diq a dirsm to t ite - aai nti am ehf d ese we , d ,In.. .dd in l, Chlsm lhapm liems mee -ea Sear being meseted. I thlsmmnigedd $@ toih care of our crops, and Calcasien will the come up with a heavy total in amount trea of rice, and that of a quality unsur- +144 passed in t,.e State, notwithstanding pot the dry weather earlier in the searon. 1 The local option election held for cro the corporation of the town of Jen- ish nings went "wet" by a majority of 15 sell o DOO SDe Soto Democrot: The cotton sea- " J 11 son is fully open and Mansfield is on jur Ta boom. Although the market is a ase e little weak and has a downward ten- pal dency, our merchants are paying stiff as i prices, and cotton is pouring in from the y every direction. sch , The white people of this parish are for i. kicking vigorously at the action of me b the police jury in appointing negro t. oversers on the public roads. r sa a.ATON ROUc. po1 The first quarterly statement of the ish Bank of Baton Rouge has been pub- cot f lished sad makes a very satisfactory ha ie showing indeed. The Baton Bouge bol Sppers sa my that this is only one of the we .r many proofs that show the town to be crc making rapid strides forward. sait ma.cua. e While in Clinton on Tuesday we see id noticed two bale of cotton wrapped on ft in cotton bagging, on inquiry we soi r found that they were raised by Capt. ha Adams, weighed together over 1000 me g, pounds and were the first shipped of an d the season from this place in cotton cot as 1 gging. Plaquemines has a lumber and on e- shingle mill with the capacity of 53,- fat 7 200 feet for lumber and 157,000 shin- wa ie glee per day. er. New Iberia Enterprise: Mr. Joseph a Breaux, a farmer of Little Faume th e Pointe, was a caller at cur office yes- th )n terday morning and informed as that gi g- several of his neighbors have used Dn the dry powdered Paris green with ro o* perfect nccess, putting it on with two of id begs made of gauzy material and at- ca he tached to ach end of a pole. A man TI no riding on horseback sprinkles two wi be rows at a time and in a day can go la over 30 arpents. ce aaomss. m ag Jackson Patrnet The gentleman re- who made the remark that Vernon on was fnished was mistaken. The saw f and hammer are again busy. I The Patriot says that the ravages is of the cotton and boll woris seem to at lihave recently diminished to such an extent itat very little is now heard f about them. of or A new eempany has been formed i the town of Kener under the auae of the "Oakland Lead Company." b heThe capital stock has been fled at 9140,00. it a unm.w. m Restn Osligrsh: The oottan sem em s is on asm in semequee of which t or- bsinm i beginning to brighten up. d sr Withoeat bed watbor to retard pick- p i thaerewill a deCt be a gemt . deal of ettomn on the market this o The Osligrph says that in all ofa P ity BaResta will do the heavi met hia this fall that she ha ever dlnm. i LafIayette Adverti~ser The water during the week hasber very favorn bie far eettom pieking, whiech is pro mm -mmd. nm -,.- - , I ad Nt mmst oasm h - Ireei em ofpi nley, in tmt tseit la "s heesal. e riln Ia w de na dreg s tenet sa ea; Ipsekiqof the ammee iugreve m.d .ppmbe hues tabs. plans in the mt n the Bauall * aetin sy .. Tha Js 1Isi le tha 0m Sged oil * is a ewesu so e.bs u jal that eat Gbs shiat ehspaw e s 4. eas 8tas 'ek AaA lesst but delra. t-he ed gshas I: the N. O. & Gulf r.ai!road company to t transports anr.nally to New Orleans exp '144,800 pounds of fish and 350,350 prof ! pounds of oysters. stem . The same paper says that the rice mal · crop produced this year in that par- thei Sishb is of a superior quality and will to isell readily and brng money to the !cla pockets of the planters. any soncrota the] . At their last meeting the police a jury levied a tax of seven mills on the T a assseed value of the property in the the - parish. The tax is to be distributed non r as follows: One and one-half mills for on I a the purpose of maintaining public the schools and five and one-half mills P for the maintainance of the govern- 7 f ment of the parish. st a aunt tha The Coushatta Citizen says that re- the ports from the hill section of the par- but e ish in regard to the condition of the red - cotton crop indicate that this crop ech F has been materially injured by the $5 a boll worm and the prevailing dry into e weather. Some estimate that the e crop has fallen off at least one third. I RaPUs pea Louisiana Democrat: The business fori e season has opened; we have a bright and I outlook before us; the crops, this sea- the e son, are the best since the war; cotton do: t. has commenced tumbling in; our tae 0 merchants have all received thei" all of 'f and winter stocks; a good time is i coming. R. TAMraru. wo St. Tammany Farmer: The crop on d outlook was never better, and the the ,- farmers are confideatly looking for- art a- ward to the good times coming. sr. xra er. A movement is on foot to establish are ha cotton mill in St. Martinaville. If a to the enterprise ancceeds an imapetui to s- the prosperity of the town will be it given. d St. Martin Mossenger The Rail- +e I road Company is erecting in the yard an ro of the oilmill a large scale with a t- capacity of weighing two loaded ears. n This is a needed improvement which rc will facilitate the handling of the o large number of cars which are re ceived and shipped daily from the n! mill. ric -o The Morgan City Review says tht $1 W from present indieat;ons this will not mI be a very good sugar year, for cane 'is sweetening, stalks are short and s to stubble is better than plant. mn The same paper says that the people d of that town have renewed the talk of putting up an ice factory. W. mamou. A S The Oouier says that it is too early tb to estimate the probable damage as from eaterpillars in that prish, al- pI though picking is general now sad & it will not b lg before loeads of new cotte will e acoming into town. fo t- Opelousas Courier: The most >st- T ch terig reports reach as of the co- ti 'p. dition of the crops throughoat the ei ik. prish. Thereare vry few actioemas St whoe the eaterpillars ha mt ba p iis completely sanihilatd. w 4 ir. ,maa. The Collegiate Institute of the twa s of Greasur opemed on the 8rd iLst. mThe eatlook for a od s dlmol this n as i ery emoeragm g.i SThe Tdsetsof the town ofd Ham meada em ew king gradd. The La ear ar s tmy t the work lspC r - msing Lay. mare ite The Team Gaumtte states that it a learms from a reliale suarme that the Miuippig Valley sailsuad peqle; Shave spet .et se daily spending a t tepre. A large m will he at tI wkor bythe lthl dof Otber whiel I S I esvr m s that ha USwifll bl* reedadbybSma eiingtheeL a A eastein trust dioala mestihed as esager pl iei , eamain t oar..wassensby the sheai , se o man have s I up ..sae·e..~ '.4 sep. Mes se i :eeiel e h to c.ec.re a railro.A,. teiso parish isa experiencing a moderate dlepree of ."2. prosperity. The price of land is Crf u steadily increasing; the people are Nat making sxbltantial improvewents in .2S). their ho;ne=; andi new settlers continue Ci: to come among us. The peo,!le, as a .01. class, are clearer of debt now than at .0), any time since the war andl many of 26, them have money to loan. 0.94 veaxon. Air The Vernon Newa says that out of the entire assessment of $849,354 the I non-resident land owners pay taxes A on $151,839, or $154,314 more than the resident propeety owners. nut The Vermilion Star says that a the stock company has been formed in nee that parish to pay the railroad tax of j hoe the parish, asking nothing in return ent but one-half of the amount saved by reduced freiuht rates. This is a good dam scheme and the company will make rid $50,000 every year if the people go ] into it with them. bee wMIN. rice The Winn Democrat stirs up the efi people of that parish to make an ef- rap fort to seere the Watkins railroad WO' and also Beardrlee's road through the that parish. It says that this can be w done by exempting them from parish Intl taxes and extending them the right- aer of-way aend all other caurtesies. wmr Canorlt. The Floyd Messenger reports that work is being rasidly pushed forward NI on the upper end of the railroad and that hands in large numbers are arriving daily. wear ircrIAA. The young men of St. Franciaville are taking steps towards organizing r an athletic club in that town. On account of the genetal rainfall ho throughout the parish for the pat lec week :he crops ar" grcatly improvedan and unless the worms come oat again, TI an average crop may be loked for. a I - in mi UfArp"s Advike to Bey ho ch It is an old saying that if a young T man saves his first $100 he will get c rich-that ia so in nine cases out of ten-yes, if he will save his firat t $100, he will succeed, and any young w man can save that much in a year if he will let whiskey and teLbaco and society girls alone-society will kiep a poor young man poor. It keeps l a married fclk poor. I am thinking now I k of a married man who is bowed down us with debt while his family is trying co to keep on the ragged edge of society. A milliner makes their clothes and tb y they are just obligas. to ride in a , Scarriage when they go visiting. Sach ac I- people are the town talk and thly. . d don't know it. Thre are nice young fo w men in town who have been clerking gI for yasr and hava't laid up a dollar. t- They muost take a girl to every show is v- that omes along and speed $5 on o every danoe, for those who danc e Smust pay the fddler. Capital ia very e Spaticular ow-a-days. Whem capital 6 wants a yoeaung masn it looks road for Swirbo dosec't drink or amoke or a lgamble-one who mves his money I iud doesn't roa about at nghtl d a Family indenee isn't worth a ent ua now. Amansteads on his merit, l his habit., bis aeosointions. Young h ma there a blue book in every Stownand yer am isme it But the i e o ema ome io" a yolug man failins to get emplymemt is this country. Ilhew does not it is ha own halt If ena't etrich bfasethe oenI it slow. If h will begin young nd Sbhave himself e will aeesmulate a I platy for his old agp. Old age wantr g moey. It rwants reset and should a have t. "Otim em dipitate" is at the ntinf r digiad leisure, but I eb heard Jdge Themes may it meant he "rst earnes ta.e digging." Dig lest S and ra be srweeds old age den't want p gi npedwinteir meraeege, n d mo th e ,an sek tembek. The weather conditions duing theI Ieoli their eels en agiisltlral par The sera m ai Bi in the nuthirn seIs trs peUbbes seemiyei e I f ted0.8 stem lnash ltj Se Measkle -o the wealy a. . aim iM mapmeaI .1 .72. Liberty l ill 1.3, \'.. a. .2. iam i Coi u.he.tta .4"r . ;:..,t l t', I: , 1. ing .2:. A 'xa:teti:,::e .0 . M :º,'r- , ,-? .T.., p.r.. .01. Fran'lintln., tract.; lioaam,.on,' l the .00), Mlandevrl!e, trace; Noev l rtesas tags 26, Sugsr Ex. Station .90, Port Eiads :'': 0.99, Houma .48, Thibodeaux .E3, ilt. i an'i Airy .00, Plaquemin±e .00, State Ex. bad Station .00, Grand Coteau 1.20, Crow- hou ley .02, Lafayette .00, Jeanerette. 00, Abbeville .10, Lake Charles .00. The third appcar't..ce of worms is reported from the northern and cen tral parnhes. They are in great N. C nuwbers in Bienville and Wuar', and p the boll worm.- are doinlg .lauaage i a nearly all sections. Poi.,oning is. i however being kept up, and hopes are co6 entertained by all olmervers and cor- one respondents that comparatively little se damage will be done ere planters are por rid of the pest. earl The hot, dry, sunshiny weather has end been very favorabe to hay-making. o rice cutting, cottan picking, and in iLS 6tt effect on cane, which is growing fr rapidly. Well distributed showera ver would however prove beneficial is p, the west-central, southern and south- ! western paaishes, pa.'tienlarly in the ite latter, where no rain has fallen in several weeks. ani R E. KEIxAx, gg Signal Corps, Director. kin ~- -rat - I Mw A Ivie are Plreer.d In ew"o Guinea. e: bu.,e Old."- I The chief came forward and ad- ecl dressed the strangers; ha h.d been a a'k lung way, had visited the lasgest eve towns in the country and had broug ta i.: meek witl hb;,. the r,,t c'atiifiu tat women belonging to the tribe. He vk! hoped etch of the bro'hers would se- P. lect one that l,!eased hitu, marry her *' and sett!- .!nwn smona the .oraries. j t The white men were. rich they could ; easaiy buy a nice garden--a!l the metn th in Narinana would help then bti!d al P house, where tht- white men ane. LlF:ir I .,1 chilirer. ,oald live and be ..pIp. Ith The parents ofl ,-. : the g:ris had lik come, too, and were standing in the "" background. "1 Loheir explained that the price*- h" were high, ac these were the finest e women in the land. an fie then arranged thle tall in line br P --a row of gizgling girls-that they s might be seen to a.!vantage. Began- st r aing with ti.e first, he told their to names and gave their different ac- re G complishmentL. "This one can sing, dance, work in mn the garden, cook kangaroo, is good- wi Stempered and tidy; a very r.ice girl; b not so good-looking as some, but will ti. make an excellent wife. The price or K for her is-a knife and a looking- m I glua." ea r. "This one is handsome. her father ti W is rich, and she has not had to work E a hard. Is very shapely, has nice Lair th sad eyes. Has no mother, brother or Y istere to make trouble betweemn h- 8 ba!had and wife. Her father, that 4 W good-looking old man yonder, is chief a nof this avillage, and has abuasae d i Y laud. He asks two ax fore ais Sdaughter, but if the white man will b tlive l town, Rapitors, be will give a ' dhiadaaghterfree,,d a peart of his [ Slargm house, and a good garde. e- q . oidea." I S"Here is a le young maidea, just a Sthe wife forthe younger of the white * -men. he iis very afectionate, kind l atoher aged mother, and keeps her t i leae yery tidy. She can make a i brooms, knows how to sook a pieg Swithout bisning it, and is economical. t SHer garden has no weed, and she Id raise the best bananas in Saasgi. She U wishes to be married, and her motherl I will let hsre for a piece of cale.-t tlarge enough to make a petit-coat." ' - "Here iisLocem. Ismoshe love-iU Sly? Arm asround as bemboo, feorn Sasupp leas the climbig vines, skin[ Sasmesethl as a y~ng heasa lteal I ir a st ma ides web sad eye asbrigbtas th awmeis do. She] eas sing like bird aud rum li. a , hagairo. She is a - hod oe-eeper, a" at afcctionate daughlter and comese ss. a good fairy. Her father was lba art warrior, sad diaed ghtleg bihis le emeies. Shemen hadL fr an as, jr- a .lfe, a piece dofelie and trin ss .t bids." s lo, er was, howevwer,e mteb, fctr ad. anIis ldImesmeth.e hief aot whieb s wvat tht whit. me bad ether $tmr. Bet the (mr eadedp lyr U, beb esr and whiu s' i iIll sIANt; 1P A .A: I A Fese L.. 4'.* seey Pmi.r t ub!i º'e, R:v. rY .se't :t· t r.in . iWcy P. Ia *t. E ; set !C'nd. Terms of CIbscri tica: Serr(tay.sse roir... ...... in.e 1.y. r :i t o, . ... .......... It(' j x , r',,+i. , *-e yen,.m . .. .. ... . . , $ilfl f N*I e g", . * *.gi) .. .. .. ...I e. I'.a it. eal ri . t'.. '..s', iry ai.tal, " o t. ..... 'en #. lll **l l e 'ei*: . ,tl" t.'etel " ti-.. , a t'".4 I anmtFerev'pi, t ail: t.. , ., 1 T3 i ing ; a th' 1 .,. .;er ' al.. g, ,. ....:: ..... Stl.. w h le . .e ot rt",4: t ... . . p,;'meltaba. th: c.r e F.'r t€' t.. SgeCr,..i:t. *t u l, ,t ...., I the li Il,,il.t. c m a..:.n3 It . ..' s ltage was the .ncne m::' a we'-r, si t:. ing and lata litr that sIt. i.t1. . .and .t".w:.rd e'ei.ii.,< tl:e :;i ,' .... bade the strangerr. uc. 0L ao. aL ;:t - home:ward. As Old -s the WordiJ. t N. O. PicayunW 1 Race antipatby i, no no n LIiug. it ii as old an the wmrt.1. It i... ex 4 imted in every t." and ir :, no ar.'is o:lfiianl to t'.e Luxa:ex r Ia... T. i one of tbo stro4..A my'icets of nui c mel ezistear a3ah is thn cmIIe . a perpetual warfare thatL Ies,'+a is, th. earliest times PRn u ta.t n u, .. e Send, illustrating the pi'it.n, '..:I il . xorable law ,, lthe au.ariv' C t',, ' fittest or atroum. st. The I f,"L..v..hl gfrrom the New Y,;"o Coummi.r; ,I A.d vertier. while it :rerJr i - '::t ,. - i p .rtaut suabjeet is. 1. nsonur iar irc,' ' srious, s neveCtl:eleas quitue 'geCr. LIive. It amyos: " 'a T onllisiuns bctween t:: w L.i*es and blacks in M3imisuipp; .ralgp i;"'o strong relief a ch:.raacieristie of man kind tart lacrbel el: ' ..ien ati rationale an,;: the arpaearabes of thb r "Ouigia of 'spiari." F-af l-b1. opneh-m kin wkac-k .s L.i n lhat race pr joudit • ,4l t confilet .. ": . . eat specie ,f thea a..e s .'it ' ot a tuSiIsA-di 1." r'pe.g now e:rJ luve St er.r rg.t. Evernr st.re of :;L<rtvr ;,It i rufpht for, .:, p.i- * nt ..e a l t -t ..1y tt'1 d i t"n .- . of .aul.I- of a.. Fe v.r'ety b . .aultI.r rl,.c,, 8:.t;La:og. e. pirrhae, nzl] " iP Mlor. m*, rl Pr '~ierw! lokas upon time p.re, .l"e .f 0.j tahe UJack $ aln ;.C.r ...ta .., .. a p.:nafs lvar sUIU*athie* t :' A pl- ....~' sir,) s .r w.jc 'oUL)h tc or s,, *.ei SI/ thlri" t ltrn*h'*, irn wVII;sll s** .L'"W Slike water. Al any r,.l. :J'.* nLa Oty as Alras -. j1 '.ni' a "o in heO vee. atble wu ld i' .*n& 3 .' "h .,i h+lf ( sary I n th: v,:,.(Oi-.'- qoi, _ltexpell" but,' ht+:a w.." ' .,::Au ey.: , amid mesah vaetumg ofl d ..., tr i n bra"iishi4l° I t, .iS. ei "But it 2 4igMt be t1..u':t that. n- though whih cit; r u"-i n '-nor air to c wcll in p'ace riWe fr., 3. t uar ic- nred focw ,e to ge .a. .i ..d' a.moas viven.ia wif, the g. - might L ,bought t sb. '.c •., d-wlaer. Arewepmt Ji b "or.?t irl; dTe trth lies in the kother ae' rill tih. The sauioitty of 'vier. ar' ice only opou. conti', 1. a ..apaS'.ik 35- muSa time cdu hardl' 1l¶Z* -a ai... 3 rofte. Tl'he Cet!1 bal Ito Sus her theoph a great oneca rte ue w.e rk Eaglad rad Am.rica; stLntr wuo air thn two realmks lie h;wrea c or dayema the hiatie of tle In ai8m. y, YNy ar, Ter e. by their w. hat dying eimw tiea, keep alirv* ti tle b aetbloudr ad Iron ski.: , his ashl. Germ and s3al dg a• rill by uile is the pro iia.... wr we ham Iaee. by Uisenwk: hs we his oe the two ito to qatr thela ie Bais with evwpea. The Iadia. inst sum sad a bret'er; yet the :.e. aite *at bee teen bokle Ily d ,. ild heard with thpe applamse d to \ her that deaL Imias ,lsaa akre ooa. she sad just Ih, other day theta .+. pieg mid tim *saterd* of 9Ig sand ' l. tdaze e1 trumt--theme ree she pbilaatbtiao l4 Eugisad a suea. She moLaiet to a zln whoe wo'il b, her bars beaded d~ao to eetera. er. - Jie tios had hin pIowc eeri ash;i - I agansto L white race iandsee .' rm "To , aeeuatamed t,, see Ion is elery aatLonlity porlng into o eroad brders, 'the rceg aIam,.ie.e ly i o Wrepe see hedly iste·lfith . She t we h w. that t ,Hy Eam, ee Ia• yirn, so itatrree rusanre or fcr in -ees muimestfore without y'.ri. TI: wee there are trebleq at time 'outh. the his *oe,, , h Jiper1l aa wl I. as, spisu, whe theb t'o race, ig like l em of P.rope, :!~S- Iby . terld width of the sky. .N at,,: f Scr th Ideoft eevetad '.0 .eo'. t Mr em s hralmt +witl d "u ,e s I Muiotist"