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jviwofRw- t Rltfc Mill, wwl ! mail m titer.
Many people complain ( their
want ol memory, lut none ol their
want of judgment.
The thirty one beet fcugar fac
tories in this country now produce
'more than one-third of all our do
Some one claims that Mr. Kip
Iings latest poetical feet are not
m;ites. Tommy Atkins knew that
ail the while.
Less than live per cent of Iowa's
population are illiterate, and yet
some people wonder why that state
is u solidly Republican.
Emperor William Kays the sword
is the greatest of weapons. A man
of experience says he was probably
never chased by a woman with a
If the New York and Brooklyn
suspension bridge had followed the
prevailing summer style ani worn
a belt, it would not have bursted
Our big newspapers say that the
German newspapers say that Count
Von Waldersee s;iys too much.
They have not heard from Von
Waldersee about it.
It is said that Indians and Mexi
cans rarely suffer from heat pros
tration and never die from its effect.
Wc doubt if they ever read hot
weather hints in the newspapers.
Since the election in i6 there
has not been a strike against lower
ing wages. All strikes since that
date have been for higher wages,
shorter hou.-s or recognition of the
The one redeeming feature of
the controversy in the navy over
the Santiago fight is that all ttie
parties connected with it are or
profess to be delighted that there
is going to be an investigation.
The expeditions to Sumatra to
observe the total eclipse ot the sun
on the iS of May, were failures, be
cause of cloudy weather. We can
calculate and predict eclipses cen
turies ahead but we can't calculate
and predict cloudy weather ten days
The Phillipinos are getting better
treatment and more liberty than they
ever knew before. We would not
be iurprised to hear in the next
campaign, some"l)emocratic yaup"
about the Republicans treating
"them Philippine niggers" better
than we are treating our own peo
ple here at home,
More cotton was exported dur
ing the last fiscal year than in any
previous year, The total value of
cattail and cotton products export
ed averaged more than $1,000,.
ooo a day (or every day in the
year the exact figures being $365,
405,707. As a king, cotton is
stilt in the ring.
A new cabinet bag been formed
in Denmark which is favorable to
the tale ot the Dxnish West
Indias. Consequently, it is said,
fresh negctiations will be opened
with the government at Washing
ton. Let us buy the islands just
to put an end to the everlasting
talk about it, if fur no other reason.
Probably the most fctupendus
railway undertaking ever proposed
by private capital is the line be
tween Circle City, Alaska, and
Vladivostock, Russia, the eastern
terminus of the Trans-Siberian
Railway. It will be nearly 4,000
niiles long and will cost about
200,000,000 dollars. American and
French capitalibt are said to be
behind the tchtme.
Embassador Pauncclote evidently
thinks pretty well of tis. On t lie
eve of his departure lor n vikU ij
England the other day, he Haiti 1
'The Americans are the most genial
people on the face of the earth. At
the fiit grip of ihc hand they take
you to their hearts. So long as yon
do not trv to deal in an underhand
way and o long as you da nut as
sume superior airs, they tteat you as
one of their ov'und 110 one could
say more than this. "
The man who does not advertise
simply because his grandfather did
not ought to wear knee breeches ami
a queue. The man who does not
advertise because it costs money
should throw away his cigar when
the light goes cut. The man w ho
does not advertise because he don't
know how should stop eating be
cause he can't cook. The man
who does not advertise because
someone says it doesn't pay ought
not to believe the earth is round be
cause the ancients said it was flat.
Scotland County Demecrat.
It is sate to say that the statis
tician who estimates the loss to
the farmes from drouth at $620
000,000, without counting the
losses on hogs and cattle, has
more interest in bulling the prices
of corn and hogs than in achieving
a reputation tor statistical accur
acy. No doubt the disastrous ef
fects of the prolonged drouth and
excessive heat in t some of the
states of the corn belt have been
very great, but there is a disposi
tion in some quarters to exagger
ate the extent ot the losses for
speculative purposes. As a rule
the government crop reports are a
far more reliable authority in these
matters than the guesses cf spec
At Fort Wayne, Indiana, last
Thursday, Rev. Sam Jones w as in
terviewed on politics, and among
other characteristic things said.
"I feel sorry for the Democrats.
The Republicans have let them
down in a well and pulled up the
ladder. As long as the Democratic
party has leaders like Tillman and
Altgeld they will have to take deck
passage on the ship of state. There
ain't a state room in any decent
ship that would give them quarters.
They have got to put the brains in
front and couple the brains to the
mouth of the party or the Republi
cans have a cinch on this govern
ment for a hundred years." .
Mr. Jones declared that the peo
ple would take a hand in Georgia
and bring forth new leaders there.
It Is Up to You!
The Missouri State Fair will be
what Missourians may make it.
Its development, its thorough
equipment, its usefulness, its great
ness, depend in a great measure
upon the interest the public may
take and the patronage extended by
Missouri farmers, live stock breed
ers and the representatives of other
industries in the state.
The Missouri State Fair should
be the greatest institution of the kind
on earth. Missouri is the mistress
of all the states, leads the wot Id in
the variety and excellence of her
agricultural products, is the orchard
of the globe and her mineral output
livals in value the golden tticani
that pours out of the Klondike.
With all these advantages Mis
souri ought to give an exhibition at
her slate fair this year which should
excel the exhibitions of all other
state fairs, unrivaled in beauty and
umurpasstd in attractiveness.
In 1896 when the national Re
publican convention met in St.
Louis, William McKiulcy had al
teady been noinin ited tor President
in the heaits of the people of the
putty. The delegates to that con
vention simply met to announce the
result of the predetermined will of
the party. It may be true that a
great many political wire puller
thought they had to woik haul to
secure hi nomination, but they sim
ply deceived themselves. Every,
body else knew thrir work wa a
woik of superarogation, that they
miyht secure the loaves and fKhc,,
The :ime condition of affairs ei
isls now in regard to "Teddy"
KooM'veh, with thu difleicnce,
Roosevelt is already nominated by
the mnsscti of ihc party and the pol
iticians of a certain tlasi know it.
If by hook or crook they can pre
vent the ratification ol this iiomini
lion between now ami the next
national convention, it will be done.
This is the only thing that will pre
vent Roosevelt from being the next
nominee of the Republicans for
Rooseelt will have traps set lor
him as president of the senate, traps
set for him in invitations to make
public addresses, traps set to get
him to write articles for magazines,
traps set to catch him in private cor
respondence, in fact there wi!l be
traps set on all sitles so as to "catch
him a gwine or a comin'."
We hope he will succeed in avoid
ing them all and "get there Eli."
Hut he has a terribly, rough and
rugged road to travel and more than
one man has met his political death
who has traveled this way before
him. He ha successfully outwitted
Tammany more than once, but
whether he can escape those of his
own household is yet an oper. ques
tion. Roosevelt and Yntei make a
splendid pair for the race of 1904.
Small Payments the Beat.
Those who buy homes through
Building and Loan Associations
begin in effect with the first month
to pay off the principal, and every
thirty days the mortgage is reduced.
This comes from what is frequently
called the enforced payment of dues.
It is a bargain madej by the home
buyer when he secures the loan,'and
he has two powerful incentives to
keep up the payments; one the
clearing off of the mortgage, the
other to carry out the contract with
the association. The larger the pay
ments the sooner the day comes
when the borrower can say: "This
is my home and I have paid for it."
On the other hand, the man who
knows uli about it adopts what he is
sure is a cheaper plan, lie can not
see why he should go slow in pay.
mg off the mortgage, so he goes to
one of our big financial companies
and bargains for a loan. It is so
easy to pay it off in a few years'
time, just as much as you care to
pay; and the rate of interest, why,
it is so low. The first year two in
stallments are paid, the second year
one that's all. Too many uses
for the money. Ten years go by.
Mortgage reduced, say $tiO
Across the way is the building asso
ciation borrower. Every month
he has kept the payments going, and
no.v he owns his home completely
paid for. The mortgage is satisfied.
His rent hereafter Will be wbat his
taxes are, and whatever repairs he
sees fit to make. What of the in
stalment borrower? He will keep
on in the same old way, and the
chances are that he will either be
come dihcartencd and sell out, sac-
The lost child, who presently finds Jilt
way home lit the j i'i itN Utull ' protecting
arms, In hu;';;cil to Ins mother' hrart
with a new joy. Hut the mother's heart
is empty as Iter arm whe n her children
ure lut for iitV. I low many woman
goes through wieh Hti exjirrirnce. np-
v piHiiny in vuiii lor lielp
III ltM'al (ItM'ttirs, who con-
y -i.t ie that they ate "pn.
twl ik-d " to understand the
1 tL t',,U!ie of the trouble.
1 r. I'irrct ' Ivor
Ite l're-iipt'oii 1 1. Ml
been used with
such tiucceAS that
it record corn-
yvyL M mentis it to every
si Vtvj' woman whose cliil'-
VVT 'Ufn "f V1,il1-
ssJs- .; I Jty n ljvunte 1'tpncrin
'fsj I turn " ;iveii tl
Xt strength to
- - a rliUit. It fct
fct trill; the lit
Hie female tirgunism,
A KiviiiK threat elasticity
; r to the organs of mater-
11 it v. and making the
i tiby sad vent practically
I pa 111 let. It is the true
' i-fittm 11 ' !.. I ii-i mm
tahUnhiiig recMilnrity. tlryinjf weakening
drmiis, .tti'l healing intiumtiiatitm.
11 1 oil (lr?rhiUy rcommefft I titr I'irrer'
Pavoiitr -r nrf iit tUc l-t mt'lKitx- li
wmi-ii.- wrttr Mm Miy MimUxk, of jo
Tll"t St . T-"k.. ki- I mi, thr un.Oic r
of Iri, rt.il trrn Moil ittitv mif living ih? truth
tmv Mt i Liir 'w.- old '! U wU Mti.l
lu Mtty 1. Mi in twa'itv. ofniyitlirr
IwUuk. mc rt Ikjiii t niclil Inn, hut tUrati,
tttlK-r wtf i-iiiMt,ir MtOia, utir livc.l li l
on yi :.!, I, tit ,hr WH alwiv lee-l.lr I lnt
d;lttt-iA dti. but In. nr of tti-ili coilM trti
wh! Hiy InHit.k- w.m 1 lit v witil 1 wrll aiel
li'stir. 1 wit r;iii.loril hv ilKr,'"- l'"t Ihry
(.inn I jtirtlittiK wtiuit ami ihry v.rrr pucilr.t o
ktutw what tuy tuuMr aa. 1 riul li4 know
tu.t to tlo. mi 1 Ihoulit Una 1at lime I wmilrl
O , Or l lr lir J-i,ViH- l'lrC-r!rltl I laS it
tt'.r rnlitr tun month aiel n.w I hav a fin
Itlll. nl I tatnevl ll;,lr youl tnt.ll. tut
tU'Mili ti.t Kir it tli. I no- -
f'l. I'iertr'a Cmtuihni SeWac MidiiaJ
AdvWr, paper covers, is wnl free on
tecei4 of 21 one-cent fctamp to pay
expense of iiKiihn". Wi. Addles lit.
JL V. l'ice, liuUalo, N. V.
1 Hieing; ell that lie h paid in, or condition should make it iinpos
the sheriff will step iu, or the com- sible.
party will taketttleto the property, . Secietaiy tage Is considering an
I hat is the history of a thousand I interesting question raised by, Mr.
cases. It is seldom so with the real Degetau, the Poito Rican commit-
building association home buyers.
Joseph II. Paist, of Philadelphia.
ruylnir thei Ntnto Debt.
The State Hoard of Fund Com
missioners hae called in for re
demption $300,000 of the J ' J per
cent bonds payable October 1,1901.
This will leave the bonded debt
proper at $1,578,000.
The indebtedness on account of
school fund certificates amounts to
$1,300,000 mote. This was not
called a debt by the last Democratic
state platform anil w-s iot ndmitted
to be a debt during the eutirn cam
paign, but the last legislature ac
knowledged the debt and ndmitted
the obligation of the state to pay it,
by submitting an amendm.jnt to the
constitution to let the Democratic
I party out of a hole ami compeil the
' people to pay for their blunders.
I Jf there is another state in the
'Union that has an anti war debt
hanging over it, we would like for
some of our Democratic cotempo
raries to iwmc the state.
There are eight propositions to
amend the constitution of the state
of Missouri to be submitted to the
people at our next general election.
We vutcd on seven, it we remem
ber correctly, at our last election.
We don't really recollect, but it
seems to us we have been voting to
amend the constitution t nearly ev
ery election tor the last twenty
years, and we've not got the blamed
thing right yet. In fact, it seems to
get worse and more of it every time
the people vote. Did our Demo
cratic friends and the liber tl Repub
licans who made the present consti
tution, make such a botch of their
job, that wc must be continually
changing w hat should be regarded
as the fundamental principles upon
state government is based? Were
they so snort sighted or so control
ed by parly bias and prejudice that
they faded to i the difference be
tween eternal principle and the
laws that carry out those principles,
and hence made a short code of
laws, in-lead of a constitution? A
document that needs so much
changing ought to be abrogated all
together and a new one put in its
New Notes) From Tlie) Capital
Acting Secretary Hackett proved
j himself the possessor of creditable
j diplomatic qualities by adroitly es
icaping a ttap set for him by some
clever newspaper men, intended to
make him furnish some- more inter
esting "copy'" about the Schlry
court of. uiquny than the routine
preparations of the Navy Depait
ment have been turning out, hy
talking about Rear Admiral Samp
son's connection with the court.
The schemers found out that Samp
son's name was not on the ptel:mi-
nary list of (illicit otdercd to testify
befoic the court, and thereupon
built up a sriies of sensational sto
ries, alleging that Sampso- was
afraid to appear before the court
and that the Navy depsttmcnt w as
assisting him by not ordering bint to
appear 11s a witness. The last was
expected to nag Mr. 1 lackett into
talking, reg.ildless of the order of
Secietary Long ttg.imst it. He scut
for all the coiiespondents who hap- j politicians on the Virginia Deii't.
pencd to be in tiie building, ,i: cralic stale convention having been
they crowded his ottice, expecting'11 !i,tle kinder toward Mr. Miyan
that he would say something senna- j personally than oilier lea nt Demo
tional. Instead, he made a slate-; conventions; but it was no
merit saying that the list of w itnes-.es ' kinder lo the Kansas City platform,
already ordered to appear before the! which it ignored, iust a the Oliio
court was merely preliminary and i ""J Maryland Democrats did.
that doubtless tl.eie would be many'
others added befoie the cuuitcou-,
ffi!f-it :it.n ihir 1?'if dillir:il '
Schley had been informed that lie
could have as many w ituesses or-
deied befoie the cotnt as he chose
lo name. Not a word about Samp-.'
son. I here was disappointment
among tht.se newspaper men, but
all the mmc thty iidmutd Mr.
Huckelt's clefi.iess in heading olt
theii little gam.. A a .natter f
fact, theic i-u't the slighlest tltiubt
that Sampson will be a wiloessbe-
(ore the (ouit Ul.lt ss his physical
sioner, w ho claimed in an elaborate
argument that the President's proc
lamation declaring free trade I c
tween Porto Rico and the United
States did not suspend the duty ol
5 cents a pound on coffee shipped
into Potto Kico imposed by the
Foraker Act the ruling of the treas
ury depnitmcut to the contrary not
withstanding, lie said that since
that ruling low grade Brazilian cof
fee has been shipped to Poito Rieo
and reshippetl ns Porto Rican .cof
fee, and that if this practice is not
stopped its el'fect .wiM be to ruin the
high reputation of Porto Rico coffee
and lower its price all over the
The excitement concerning the
revolution on the Isthmus of Pana
ma is still confined to the column.-.
of the yellow journals. At the De
partment of State and the Navy De
partment, the twu departments of
the government most directly inter
ested in the preservation of Amer
ican interests over there, the situa
tion is not regarded as serious, and
the two warships which have been
ordered respectively to the Atlantic
and Pacific sides of the isthmus are
sent rather because they might be
needed than because there is any
immediate need of their presence.
Secretary Hay's unannounced return
to Washington this week was at
once announced by the yellows, as
meaning that the situation on the
isthmus had made his presence in
Washington necessary. Nothing
but wild guesses. The secretary
announced as soon as he reached
Washington, that important public
business had nothing whatever to
do with his return to duty.
Senators Cullom and Mason ami
Comptroller Dawes have united in
endorsing Mr. William Barrett
Ridgeley, of Illinois, to succeed
Comptroller Dawes, whose resigna
tion will take effect October 1. And
as it is understood that President
McKinlcy has promised that the
place should go to Illinois it looks
although Mr. Kidgeley'n chances
for becoming compticdler were seiy
jod-'.. He is Senator Cullom'
The fifteenth annual report of the
U. S. Commissioners o( Labor
shows that hours have been shoiten
ed and pay increased in nearly all
branches of labor, tlwf- raving slusf
the man xe'hii'd .he . rtt.clc. is shar
ing -ia -the prospetily of the country,
notwithstanding the howls of a few
demagogues to She costtaiy.-
The July report of the Bureau of
Statistics shows that our exports of
breadstuff provisions, cotton, and
mineral oils exceeded by $10,000.
000 those for the same month of last
year; also that the gain in exports
for the first seven months-,of the cur
rent year over the same period last
jea.r was $ j4,tSi'f8i. As long as
that soit of thing keeps tip thei'
need be no fear of any falling tdi in
Postmaster Ucnctal Smith left
Washington last week for a vaca
tion of several weeku which he will
spend w ith his family in New Hamp
shire. He has been working lund
thi summer, and his woik has been
Ctninting too, in at ions, w a s, for
the general imprm cment ol the pus.
Inl sei ice. - -
Some comment is heard among.
Outite Prmer Iiuj.
There wuh ii tinu- not mo verv lona;
. aj,t .,. i,,,,,,!,, WHlt ,1B ,.Jll(.f
iiiniiwineiit of the i:m;IUli hi Ihi m -
racy The country miulre prided
hlniw-lf on hU t ht.roiuliliri d hi-nter
it. to notiiitiH, nun 1 in- en iv Willi
., , ,, . .
widen fiU k-'iii"' wiih i-is-M-rvcil fur
xtlnMlVi. ,,( ,nit.f all(, ilU
ftiemU. ThU tradition wu h.inth-il
down from i-in-rat ! -iim Unix tleinl.
" '" " '"''in.l w iim its yet partly nti-
m lnhiieil wihlf riii'M,huutIu( wihIu
fiii I- fi Kiuii'I (if fin Liiii'M fni It tiiLiUM
,,.,, imu.r. to risk il.tttl. by
t In-iiniL;ry j,tw if pin k of svi-h ,
or u flt'it ! wild boar la the form
of mi nrrow or the otroko of batllrv
use. Hut this tlni" d!tl not lna very
loiiii, ' The Urn of tln noliln wn too
pret it-im to It- rihUeil In thla (nsliUm;
fitul Kti, when KitvernlUK power lx
caiiu' iitort vitliiiililn tt tlm In nd thnn
meiv brute MrenjrHi, hunting j;T"du
rilly eiiinn to bn more or Ichh n fnrcp,
w ith nil the dimuvr taken out of H.
Then' wiim Juxt etioiich rlk lu rinlutf
tl lltMltldt to lllllktl It tll IIIOHt popti-
lur of ad MpurfM; ami Jnnt piioukIi
nkill w itx r-ttilis-t toNlntot pheamilita
ol' hit is to liwikf ilie IiuhIiii'H ii little
111 1 tt- hi-rloii llinii t-lny.
An tlm. went on, therefore, thf
. . I .. 'at
I'li'w'i' iiik u n Kruno I -ecu me a Her
liiiiMiuutter fur the KiirIImIi nrlHlo-
erat; for the laud huh lnH-oinlnir
thickly populated, and inanlfeHlly,
If everyone weiv Jillowpil to Hhoot
Ifiunt there woultl Ih' none left to
hoot In a little while, and then
w heiv W';;.'tl bin cport !e? He ntlll
elnn to 1 ho Idea that there was
kiiio'liow more nimieiin-nt lu hhtwit
ln ht: Hvcrrtnn. than In rtinilntr
at n ma ik, t rul that the former oc
cupation wan niort t-KM-ntlally that
of a Ki'utli'iiian. The feelina of (he
auliuiil sveiv nt coiiidered. Coui
pasiKlon for the victim wan held tolx
woniiuiiHh and unmanly. All ma-lt
sentiment wuh put uttiTly tut of the
A'e have, therefore, two fatorn lu
the situation: diKrcKanl for the mif
feriitKM ,if animsls. and n conviction
that their Mlaushter wait n biiKlne
pet ulhirly fine and manly. Mark the
effect of thix on the public m-nt Intent
of r.iiKbind. In the firnt plnee,
lawn had to tie paNxetl, making it
unlaw ful to kill. trap, or unnrv nnl
luala of the varltlex ilesln-d to 1
prewrved. TIiIh mm not nil.
KoriKta had in lx kept for the pur
pti!c of affordliiK: tbia jiaiue Itn natu
ral home, in the en.-to of animals uneh
a the tl.t r or w il l Imnr. Early lu
English birdoiy the renult of ptvaerv
ln can le keen, for n far back na
the time of William (In Conqueror
.the ili'-trm-timi of poor folk'H liutH
for the tnakiui; of the "New Foretst"
rousa-d aner mid hlttcrnemi anions
th-. Eni;ll-sh ;wmnntry. There wit
Haiti to lx- a eurne upon the formt,
of w hit h the tleath of Wllllnm Itnfun
w hile InuitiiiK there w ax alleged to
lie the ivHtilt. That wan one of the
rir-t effeetM of the ln-ilef that the
.port id hunting wan more valiialde
than the welfare of llvinr Ih-Iiih.
The poor, w ho kill anlinalu for food
only, were driven froiu their home
ami Into town in order that noble
nilht have the "wport" of prolong-
1 iu tin- ileath tif tbt aiiiuiitl hy rhiut.
Inu; it !n the orthotlox tahii.n
I Thin tradition eotu'nuetl unbroken
ifor nlnitwt n tlioilnantl cnrr. AVltli
I ill the inelih'lie of r-.iil now
. living, 1111-11 have lut u iifipil-niiisl for
: xhoot Iiik or KiiarltiK a han to fm-d
j their Mlarviuu famllh-M. The IiiikI
i lord'M rport wiih worth mo unit Ii to
jlinii that it wait in liirt even n crime)
! that the poor tenant xhoulil inter
fere with It even t.u n nim- of life aiul
death. He va.i hi poMMMttl It It
the Idea of the Importance of pre.
x-r iiiK came t.o Ih Mint by lilitn If
ami his frleiuU that he left tlie cure
of his tenants to middlemen who-
j only Interest wiim to make an nint h
je.Hthey t'ould i-ut of lioth purti-n.
Ill' paid more at tent ion to thorough
brrl auliuaU than to the ct-nd!tion
of IiIm HaMantry: It wm more Im
portant In hU est to lie a uood allot
Ihitn a K"od liiiiillurd. It Im ii t uil
01m fat t Hint any nort of uiniirtn
aary cruelty neeum to iMrvert the
whole natuiv of a lnan nooner or
later. Tldx iIim-m not apply to the
euu-iiitr of Hiiflerlutf for a ootl pur
poKe. The pueeexxful nureun Im often
n inoHt tender hearted man. unwill
ing -to Inflict a hliiKle iiis'ille-w pan;
the Mil. Her Im at hU U xt when he
never eiid a life liifille-sly, and
Hpiuisn mifferliiLf w h' liever It Ik nnft
to (In mi. I'.ut W hell II I il 11 II Ih-hIiih to
low Hiltt of the llwftil end tt lie A
t hieved w hen the Ivlmt tlolilut In.
eoliien luteroleil ill liix W oi k for ll
ot tl Mike, or the Kohlier In pimNISXMI
of the bint of lia.tle for the mere
.nke 1 if killlnii,-then that limn Ww
C ' i to di-K' iierale. 'I lie artintK rary
,hii h iiiH.le a-port an end lii lt lf
tii'U It. tiMik tit liiilit ill the lurry kill
liiU of huruilcroi iililmalM. iiinile their
1'Ktiiten. a . hyu onl and reiroaeh.
U were piiHwtl foi'titiinK Hie
farmer to kill t he hare that ravag
ed hU en-pM; he nni-t t.( up (lt tilnht
after IiIh haitl ibiy'H work, to 'Heiiri
them away. He could not reniouK.
trate if a huiitintr party trampled
IiIh i.tiuidiii Kralu; It wim In the
wicteil nnme of hport. Naturally,
landlord who wo utterly lout rdtcht
of the rljihtK of huimin IhIiiv., lu
their puiMiit t)f aiiiueitielit. d'el net
(tike any ureal pain tt linprtivti
the pli.r.!(nl. mental or moral con
dition of Hiohc Indue;. The lalinrer'n
huiiHf r.iiH a luoel and his held
were furmetl In th 1 11 1 r-1 pdniltUi.
wuy. Hi natuiv l-ecuine ileuradetl,
ami he wemeil rxeli lei. tutrllivlit
than hi matter' luiuail, fur the
very sin i, least u Hint he wit le
r.uvd for. Thew liule luiNlne wH
a iniliarly wtruiitf proof of , ,.M.
oili;e wlili h ovi iiiMthenatutv
of a man who 1 1,, hi car to the
cry of Hie t.iff,-i ili; linit(. )u(u'