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groatly shocked, having never suspect
ed any causo for (separation. Asking where Gen. Houston could bo found, Mr. Carter replied ho waa ia bis room, but oould not bo Keen. I wont im mediately to hi room, and found him in company with Dr. Shelby. He waB deeply mortified, and refused to ex plain tho mutter. I left him with. Br. Sholbv a few minuios, and went to the court houno on business. When I re turned I Haid to him, "You must ex plain this sad oceurrcneo to us, else you will sacrifice your friends and your Belf." He rcpliod, "I oan make no ex planation; I exonerate this lady fully, nnd do not justify myself. I am a ruined man; will exilo myself, and now ask you to take my resignation to tho Secretary of State1" I replied you must not think of it," when he again said: "It is my fixed determination, and my eocmies, when I am gone, will be too magnanimous to censure my friends." Seeing his determination, I took bis resignation to the Secretary of State who received it Tho followingmorning be went in disguise to- the steamboat, socompanicd by Dr. Shelby and my self. He wrote me afterwards that he was not recognized until he reached Napoleon, at the mouth' of the Ark ansas river, where he met a friend, of whom ho exacted a promise not to make him known. He went tip the river to Fort Smith, thence .to the (Jherokeo Nation to his old friend Jol ly, a noted Indian whom he knew when a sub-agent. He remained in tho nation somo time, and on one oc casion piwod through Nashville with a delegation of Indians, on their way to Washington, in tho full garb ot a Cherokee From tho Nation he went to Texas, where bis history is the his tory of tho State. Mnrrliice. Dr. Forbes Winslow, speaking of marriage, says :. "Nothing delights mo more than to onter tho neat little tenement of the young couple, who, within perhaps two or three years, without auy resources but their own knowledge of industry, have joined heart and hand, and en gaged to share together tho respousi biliucs, duties, iutcroBts nnd pleasures of life. Tho industrious wife is cheer l ully employing her own hands in do mestic duties, puttiug her house in or dor, mending her husband's clothes or preparing the dinner, while perhaps the little diirling sits prattling on the jjoor, or lies sleeping in the cradle, ai:d everything seems preparing to welcome tho linwiicstof husband's and the best of fathers, when he rliall conio home iroiu his toil to enjoy the sweets of his little pnndii-e. This is the true do wenlio pleasure. Health, contentment, loro, abundance, nnd bright prospects, arc all to be found here. "Hut it has become a prevalent sen timent that a man must neiiuir'o his fortune beforo ho marries, that the wife must hav6 no sympathy nor share with him iuthe pursuit of it, iu whioh most pleasure truly consists; and the young married people must set out with as large and expensive an estab lishment as is becoming those who have been wedded for twenty years. "This is very unhappy; it fill the community with bachelors who are waiting to mako their fortunes, cn tlanccring virtue and promoting vice; it destroys tho economy and design of she domestic institution, and produces inefficiency among females, who arc ex Vteting to be taken by a fortune, and passively sustained, without auy care :u-l concern on their rart and thus many a wife becomes, as a srentleman i n -e remarked, not a help-mate, but a hrlp-cat." A nrnllel Vnmn A rrpcrd. rliivtrk.g middle aired -r 11 called at a ntue in Detroit and .vke.1 for food, I ut the lady of the i t nee caiU-d out: ' Why don't you work foryour food'.'-' 1 would if I kbew where I could -i work." he rcmr?!y replied. " There' a place down town where joy rm Mr wood aud tarn yocr din .111,'' the cootinucd. !'hat xecturd to stick Liin for half a r.-mi'e but be Snslly raid, with great i ii-xulty: . la.Iim. !.t rae tatc .ira'.'.l Ci. i -:c : a '.jce in Heaven for jou. ' ya don't watt to die till cu are .'iri-i. rVut to it "' ."'..: rtcJcrrJ ,vtr hi ibiio.tby '. r i it aocoad and trfn e.-Uled out i 'c ccft ! fir o jt La!f a 'oaf cf : r.vJ toracin!. is lha mom itmilnl balaHiH vr ""' bT iun.Ter. from pulmnnHrr '""", -It In coinMil of Imrlinl l uiul Uinic.-, ilniunhD rrom thy '''' 11 Irrltutlnit niatten cue U to lie ii,itorittil, nl at out) h" iAroxyam, Mint lira nitrvmiin. r.at at nlfc-ht. Hfttnir it .le"nl -"' spevlully recommended for chllUroa, What others say about Xutt's Expectorant, HadAsthmaThirtyYears Baltimorc, Ftiruaijri,i!S "I hv had Asthm lliirty years, nd neve A Child's Idea of Merit "Tutt's Expcciormnt is familiar name in mjr house. My wife thinks It the beat medicine in the world, and the children say. it it 'nicer than molasses candv. " NOAH WOODWARD,. 101 N. Poydra 8. "Six, and all Croupy." ' I nra themother or si children : all oTthem have been croupy, Without Tutt'a Expectorant. 1 do n't think.lhcy could have survived some ot the attacks. It la moiher'a Meaaina;. ' MARY 8TEVEN8, Frankfort, Ky. A Doctor's Advice. ' In my practice, I adie all tamilie. to keep Tutl'a Expectorant, in audden emergencies, lot cou,,!... t$ffigt N,wirk, N. J. 8S Murray Street, New Xork. "THE TREE ISKOWf BY ITS FRUIT."' Tutt'8 PHU are worth their weight in ffold." ' "Tutt'a Pilla aru a biccial blessing of tha- nineteenth century." . REV. F. OSGOOD, New York. "I have used Tuu' Villa for torpor of tho liver. They are superior to any medicine for biliary disorders ever made." I. P. CARR, Attorney at Law, Augusta, Gl. " I have used TuU'nI'lllsnve years in my fam ily. They are tinenualed for costivenesa and Ml-iousnesa."-F. R.WIL80N, Ooorgetown.ToxH. 'I have used full's Medicine with preat benefit."-W. W. MANN, EditorMobilo Register. "We sell fifty hoTSTitfs Pilla to five of all others." 8AYRE A CO., Cartorsvilte, Oa. "Tntt's Pills have only to be tried to ea Ublish their merits. They work like mafric. W. H. BARRON. 98 8ummer 8t., Boston. ' There ia no medicine so well adapted to tho eure of hilioua disorders aeTutt's Pills. JOS. BRUMMEL, Richmond, Virginia. AND A Trl6U5A'ND MORE. Hold by drufiotrte. H5 eentt a box. Offloa 35 Murray Street, Aow lorfc. CLIFFORD'S FEBRIFUGE on FEVER AGUE ERADICATES ALL MALAMAL J. C. RICHARDSOM. Prop.. rW Tor Bale by All Drujarllts. BT. LOUK. A AAA Yf AH. fem re Hah H ill J JUlt'J:ll:lflfl n . iavii Siurlnsr aud Hock DrUlInc Haehlna It tho only nichlne Uiat will succeed in Texas. It makes tho best of wells In any soil or rock. One man and ono hone can make from S to 800 -Iny Cir culari and Texas reference sent tree. Noateut ghtHwIndle. Aimre8 LOO MIS & NYMAN. Tlffln,Ohlo. Smoke the Best! vf- THE CENUINE U ami fkrtn red hV ftLDDKE, DCDHAM, If. G. Jlp' Send for Price List. ITUTT'S HMR DY HIGH TESTIMONY. Wuas neen inmiu u) '! c;.v.i; S.n,?n fV".'i.. i.,io,lnrt I. I lirwliiclnu a Hiiir Uyo which Imltntcsj Bhature to perfection. OIU Bacueiora umj Hz'rfee $1.00. Office Sit Murray Jveto XorK. ooin oy a nnnri""' New York Life Insurance Co. ESTABLISHED, 1845. Assfttsoyer - ts.npn.onn.on SL'Hl'I.US .-- - 6,UU0,000, UO doakd or svrraKscis: J. V. Hutchiiis, ilerchaut. Win. riirs1!!, " W. H. Steel", Fsrmer. K. It. Kone, Atmrney at Law. Olio Oram-n, DriiR Klt. Kev.W. W.U. Kellcy. Da, A. N. DE STOS, Medical Examiner. Kav. W. W. C. KELLEY, Affent, April O r.ui Sail Marcos, Texab. w p1".nlMess ynu can ennafia in. $S to Uk I giOpenlay made by auy wcrker 01 U LO I ciieer srx, rlchl in tlieir own iucall lles. pnrtlculHrs and samples worth ?6 free. Im prove jour spare lime al tltis business, ulilress oTiNSUN ft Co., Portland, Maine, April II ly and 31nrptitne hahltrnred. "aOrislnal'I,i,a1Jl'(,lut ot: ki-:. semi .utm? ut toii a t.lun F:.lin.-. t.. W. . Snulre WuriltiU2U.a, Grveao Co., r?Tn t rh r W ' 7. It cto! vrra VV. .l.Ovor l.ilat.'r Niv-ltii-3." -!vii2A i fa not enilT ?rotI in tue 1 iimv, Vnt it can V iiit1 in thru mcnth by aT on of vttbr ie in any p.ir the c.Hiiitry who ia 1 wiltmc t "-rk i-rprt:ly at tlie employmfnl tht we Itiriph. tfi" pervrfk in yonr iwn tcwo. w nrH iwt ir a-T lrm ho-rifl at niclil. cm your b.i tite luiite rk. f anl.Tyour par mo mmta. XSm hav -eaia mho are maki:.i; owr 9t9 perd-y. All wboenci;oat ctre cao make racn t; tut. At tile prev:i tin e moaj cancot be ia.! ta-ilr cnJ rapidly at any oilier buine. I; cm otlsi&; i try tii bninc- Tenaa ScTiTittree. Ad.!rei at U- H li'TT k C. tonai.tt. iia:i.e. B F. DONALSON, COHTRACTOR end BUILDER, JAS JlltCCS.TEWS. rrttract Vr k- alnJf JlaM.11 TTite. Al ee arat-v :! ! tVMT OPENED. HBOERICKE A TAFEL'S BM OMCEOPATHIIJ PHARMACY, 130 Canal Street, W NEW ORLEANS. A ftill itockof pure and rcliableHomoeopatiiio Medioinea, as well as Family Medicine Cases, and Hooks in English, German wid trench con stantly on hand at New York Prioea, send for deicriptire Prlc. Current I 4 "v Tk. RtaMly ef th. 10th fMtary. Barham's Infallible PILE CURE. Manufactured by the Barium File Care C)., Curium, N. 0. It tif tr rtlla to care Hraiorrholilfl or flit, when a ura U poulbltw PHm Ltit asd boaa Mt twUBioalab foraltlwdoaavvUcatioB ilDR. BUTTS No. 12 N. Eighth St. St. Louis, Mo. Wlio hai had greater experlenee in the treatment of the cxual trouble of both male and female than any ph.vsiclnn in the West, givea the results of his long and lucccsiiui practice in hia toe new worka, jnat p&bilthuu. eiititlul The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER Booki that are reaHy fluldw nail MMnMrueloninRll mat teri pprtolning to Mnnbood and Woman buoil. nnd iupply want long felt. They are bftiuUrully ll)uitriild,aiid in pin in language, cnxily understood. The two booki embrareM5 puff!sand contain valuable Information for both morrird and iniile, with all the rectmt improyeinenta in im-dical treatment Kt ad whnt our homo napom tay t "The knowledgo imparted In Dr. Hutu' now works is in no way of nueetio liable chsr- Yontn.the victim of cnrly indiscretions tbe Dnn. otherwise ptTt'edly healthy maybe, but with wanlnrxvlgnr in the prime 01 uie, anu ine nonan, in miiHTt from tho many ills her flex is hen to. m. ixtu.it journal. u POl'l'LAK PiticKti CO cts. each hrtih in nnn vnlunip. Ill t In cloth am irilt.2. rim nTtra. Kent under leal, oix rcceiot of price in money or stamp. l I J lf warn 7m mm Kfl tSA HE 31 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY., . . . a nimltflrul nhf.lcllin OTirl tha ot nuccawrul, iu hla fmcUca will prgvo. Cures al irorms ol prlvaw, chroDio nnd soxunlOlaoMes, Spermator rlion, and Invpotenoy. n3thcr.uiioneit fSS toi. sciisl c.-.CK.sc.Ul'lr.sti.MrTcar.. orwher CRiisM. aw pvoJu.Jn? Kim.) o Ilka IbBowlfB t"'l:,i?1S cry. Phyill)ccuy. 1'Uut.1m oaF.wo, Aversion , u. Socteli M Femslei, CoufQ.InD of Moss. 1MB of ScxuiU Power, to, reLdcrlnqmnrriairo lnrer mbsppy, a" SS.cft cured and entirclr orndloatoa trnrn tau system; OKIiHEA, Glcot, Stricture, niesond lVrpri. 5fieUl"tosmilekV ourei.' Pntlents tn-stod by nallores. ire.lCoosulu.tloa tree and Invited, charges teaKnalila, uul correspondence strictly confldentlnl. A PRIVATE COUNSELOR OrttOosKes, senttosny sddren, securely sesled, for thlr 0) "em.. Sliould I f read l-y all. Addreu I JS eloTj. OiislioursfromSA.JI.toJP.lI. Bandoys, JtoaP.M. MM 1. 1. M Madison Dispensary. 01 S. Clark St., t h Icago, II U !R. 1,1'iKI.OW, IihtIpr SO twits etrcrlPice. trnts 1sKXL.II. AM OWO.UC DlsKASFS to buth poxcs Sapsly, Suiutv, Puivatsxv. KKItTUt S VKItll.lTV, ftwni twxual nttuse or exoww, prfKtiwing UWlTKM't, 11.1!'1.KS p T'JK KAiK. Ac, rcndnnng BIKUIAtsH JUI'KUrKK, enn on fHMuivuijr nnu vi i ;ncntirctircd.WtllwfirniotcTt?ry . Pstnph- iiisca, t ct-iiH. Hi JIAUIUAHK Ui ii'n uiiii.Ai.uj I fsTIIHt.lM.Y, X'Mi Wrp ptipfn, II.MM1I.UMi. OTniaiim-ji rnichthntwns uever inTore piiblUhfd,l,rice50ctt Lcmits ('0FIIIKNTI.OM Frwai.k Pit-lJ", ', Fxtra HtiioO, 10. fcjeud 50 cis. fur sampio Kubber Goods, tta. hy Expa WINEofTAE CUE.'Ea TEODSANES TEAKLT. Sr. CrooMisaofls A IMW1T1VK t VRK Tor Coughs, Colds, i!T3 KSSSSTISai. II is the best of Tonics. Cures Dyspep3'u; Restores the Appetite; Btrengtheiii lie Sjstm: Brstnei the Ht:k ltd UrUiilitcd. A trial of it will prove aH we claim. Ask ynr ilru fist for Dr. Crook's Wina of Tar ; tale no other. For tale by a'.l Dru:su. 8.S.SnithiCo.,Proj)'n (toecMatn tn Oliver Crook A C mm S3 Lt. CHILLS, FEVERS, PTSPEPSIA Fmaie Disorders. FreosrtxJ tj" The Home Erners Co.. St. Louis, Prescribed By test Phvstcins, and Sold by Beaiers Evwyhero. "SUNSET ROUTE." Galveston, Itfarrisburg md Sao Antoaia Railway, THE ONLY ALL-BAIL KOUTE TO SAN ANTONIO. TIIICOMGII kXPHEsS EAT. Leaves Sun Antouio daily, except Sun- day, at "-zu a ai " ion, 7.22 " Sepuin, V.53 Lulinir 8.51 Arrives at Houston,. 4.50 PM " Galveston, is am TnHitUGII EXrilENS WEST. Leaves Galveston daily, wcept Sun- " ifouston, 2.08 P si " LttHna 5.40 Seguin, 6.45 I " Marion. 7-1 Arrives atSan Antonio, 8,3J CHEAPEST, SB OBI EST, QUICKEST, and BEST ROUTE TO ALL P0INT8 ERST m WEST All trains equipped with Westinghouse Air-Brake and Wilier coup ler and Platform. American and Foreign Pat ents. nil linnR k CO.. Sucoesaora In Thlnm.H rriar Co., snlioilnrs. Paicma procurH in all oountrias. r" ... nuYiince, Be oharRa unlrss the puK'iit Is uranltd. Nolrs, (or making prelltnliiarjr aanilnailons. No aililltlon. al 1fb lor obtaining, ami comlurtlni; a rtli.srlnir ny m icucii. ..w.. '.iviirr si.b ray Jrotofl applications mar ba revived. HpM tfiillon ulveu In Interference Cases hrfora the Patent Oltlce Kilenslr.ua lufnra Consrsss. la. truiKemrni saita in iiiiirrrii, .lairs, una an utlea. linn appar'alnlns to Inratitlont or Patenu, atl,a stamp to Ollraoro et Co., (or pamplilat of ilti7 pajes. LAND CASES, LAND WAl- KAJSTS, A1U ISUlilt. Contested Lund Cases irispcutrd before the C. S. General Land Office and DriiKiiment of ihs In. terlui. . Private Land Cliilnis, nilninir and I're-cniPllon Claims, anil tiinektvnrf Cases altfiiilod to. Lnud Hcrlp In 411, ,o, snd lui acre pieces for sale. This Scrip Is aa.lentf , can he located In ibe namo f lite pdTchaser upon any itovernmeut i.nu suujru. iw p.rreie entry, at l.SS per acre. It la of eqnal value wlib Bonntj Land Warrants. Send sump to GilmoroaCo or pamphlet of Instruct Ion. Otlicersi, SolsIierM, and Sailor of ilie ate war, or their helra, are In many casts enti led to money from the Government or which they have no knowledge. 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TICKETS FOR SALE AT ALL Principal Railroad Ticket Offices iu the United States and , Canada. 1 .nwpat Kalca of Freieh t & T hroueh Bills of Lading given to and from all nninta All Claims -for Loss nnd Damage promptly adjusted. nr. fiiims. T. W.PRIRCE.Ja.. Q.F. and Puss. Agt. Asa'l R. Pass. Agt. H. B. ANDREWS, A. W. DICKINSON, Gen'l Manager. Snp't Feb. 24-ly OLD, .TRIED,, AND TRUE. TexananTftaenuaintefl nrouKbttobf with tlie wonderful in or ltd of tUat great niericau Kouiody, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, PGR KAN AND BEAST. This liniment verv naturally originated In Amorl. ca. whern N.wtnre jirnvitU-a iu her lal.urati.ry audi siirprlsinir illitiiliptes lor tlici lin,ladii'9 or her chil. dren. Its I'uiiiH hits btcu spn-iwliug for J& years, until nnwit eticireliw Hit! luvliilaWo Rlnbo. 'fin Moxiea.; .Mimtiiii;; Liniiiient is a matchless rcmrilr r.ir alt oslenml u.lmentunl' man and bfaat. Tostmrlt iiwnorsmul lurmers it Is invaluablo. A siutslo bottle oftvn sitvoa a humnii lifo or m stnri'S tlio tist'fulni'BS of on eicelleut horse, ot, cow. or sheep. It curia runt-rot. hoof-ail, hollow horn. Kn. scrow-wnrm. slionltlrtr-rot, manpo, the bitos ond atln-js of poisonous reptiles anil insects, and every such drawback tu slovk. breeding "ml bush hfn. It cures evcrv external Iroubloof horses, such ns lnntenoaa. seratohes, awluny, siirnma, founder, wind soli, riiii hone, etc., etc. The Ui'xlcri'it Mustang Liniment Is tun qulokea'. euro .11 the world for ureldeiit oceuiTlng in tho family, in the absence nt a physician, audi as burus, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rhcuinrt Usui, and at illness engendered by c.tpnsuro. LPar; ticulaily rnlunblo to Miners. ' "" " It Is tho cheapest remedy In the world, ror it penetrates tho niuscln In the linne, and aiuglo upi'iicatinu in genemllv siiflicient to cure, Mexican -Mustang Liniment Is put lip in three sines orhnttles. tb larger oues buiu proportion ately much the cheapest. . ggaS"i'S-simiisni 5p2SE 5S ?."e"g H g S S- e S I S S a " ' - t (m cl tti ri rr b L -- . tl f ' -1 kl-J- it C f HS- g-3 r.fj i 3 is s s-g 1 --te. . "JrV A c P-o 1 2- ? 2 - ? trer :55s 1 a a jasssvo,!-; TIHM3 U It EAT CAUSE or HUMAN MISERY. Jut rvblithtd c' a Staled Envelop: eric Dim eentt. A Lecture on lbs Nature, Treatment, and Radi cal cure ot Seminal Weakness, or 8permatsnliuis, induced by self-Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Impotcucy, Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally j Consumption, Kpllepsy, snd Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity, itc.-Hy UOItKKT J. CULVHUWHLl., II. U., author of lbs "Green Book," 4 c. The world-reuowncd author. In thia admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own expsrience that the awlul cqnse.q tinnces of Self-Abuse mat be eirectually removed wilhmit medicine, and with, out dangerous surgical operations, bougies, in struments, rings, or cordials ; pointing outs mode of cure at once certain and elfectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition nsjr he, may cure himself cheaply, privately sad rail- "ii lThlsI-octure will prove a boon tothonsands and thousAiids. Sent under soal. In plain envelope, to any an dross, on receipt 01 six ccuts, or two posisgs stamps. Address the Publishers, The Culverwell Medical Co., 41 AnnSt , New York; Post Offlee Box, 4686. Oct.ao-iy A MYSTERY SOLVED The Greatest Medical Triumph of Modern Times! Tlia Mysterious Channel of Di.iene Discov ered.and n C'crtaia Curo 1'rovitlcil. The Stom ach, Liver and Bowelti the Centre of Disease. PARSONS' UR6ATIVE PILLS. Tlie Ureal Aall-Rilin Heme tlvxud. flSiasitiiUic iisolvcr. PAESONS' PUEGATIVE PILLS' Are the result of long-continued Scientific invei ligation, and are Wai.iiaktkd to cure all disessea originating in tho Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, No griping pains lollow the use ot these Pills, uii less thsllowel.1 nro ii.flamed; but KF.LItr, 1 MKDIATK RKLIEF, mav be relied upon. All Common Family Physio PARSONS' PUEGATIVE PILLS Slanri unequalled bofore tha world to-day. By varying the doso oceoriling to dirootlona, Piaioss PoaoiTiva P11.1.S eirectually Pcmrv iiik Bi.ooina greatly alleviate, if not entirely cure Dyspepsia, Scrofula or King's Evil, Hose, Kryaipelas or St. Anthonv'a Fire. Eruptions, and Eruptive M""" ol the Skin, Salt Khenm, Tett-r, "108'"''"' llolls. Tumors, Morbid Swellings, Ulcerations, Pimples aud Blotches. EVERY BOX WARRANTED! Most Complete Satisfaction or No Full directions around each box. rhyslclani sop plied by mail, post-paid, for 2 SO per houss d. in bulk, cash Inadv.nce. We will send these Ml' to any reliable drusgiat or merciiani , -commission. Agenia wanted everywhere. -- - A MA I. S. JOHNSON filUi July--ly M'lm.nintor. HIi SLEDGE, E. J. RANCUO rT5CAN SPRINGS, liars Co.. eight miles Northeast of Sun Marcos, five miles East of Mountaio City. ffJQcatlle Brand: Si Horse Brand. S on left jaw of all young stock Oreatehancs""' money. greenbacks. ... t uksa- I srrlplion. for the largest, cheapest and bJ , trated Ismily pul lication iutUe wor.d. eaa beome a surce.fliil agrul. TLe mor '' 'rx mart, ( rt aivea free sui-serii era. in la m Itrw t jat almost everyVwir n ZfX. A ac-nl rrpurta soaking ever tl t" V..- Is l.ly acvnt r-orta ukiw svar (.a. .d... iil wh rngac ar.e aawr m ,V.a caa d. vi all ywsr its t te ""VThem Kir yot ar bin. ' b.,m ..(M. cat) do H a. ' rsl. ianirlar.d!recUial u'a',l- m gt,l r-T'.T Oatdt fr. FV. t r..t.-- - r rtU as yosr J4rs si "w tl..,:.,:'ttfT th bs.ia. "-Tr -,z t... K ! T-ai P"r TuSU rt-w.t-sj.arial." PorJaW. PHESCEIFTI01T FEES! y -if I nf ,-! r l.j - 1 -s. isj W m. istN. 4 -X srrtHM Of A- IT4.M" . U--i -ir- ism Mc4 lWm.te Mm i, Itsriiuau, O. I ETfk. CAP .T BiM. TMJfTZ? i Ac . si r Rl-K rsv3 sm - r rt r ti v.r. 'Tn,r-s- :hisn4. Reader.il ,OUJ.i .1 - ,r-. -f t ',! tt't oar all she tbsy ' r iais u lx- m A C. PrUs. - '