The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1894 · Page 12
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE BfcNTWBt, Is the only newspaper In car- roll county that Is printed all at home and Itcon- alns more local and county news than any other two papers In this countj. . • ' POWBBS 4 COLCLO, Props. FBIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Read Reck & Bike's new ad. Onidn sets at the green houpe. "A Trip Round the World" is the latest. Canned sweet potatoes at Kempker & Coolldge's. Shell oyster crackers at Kempker & Coolidge's. Peter Hoffman, of Roeelle, was a city visitor Thursday. H. B. Nolen is building quite an addition to bis residence. Sam Hoyt» in the city visiting • his uncle H. A. and family. Tested garden seeds in bulk at the green house East Fifth street. i John Jay spent Tuesday in the city visiting with his friends. Bead Beck & Kike's new ad. H. W. Macomber was called to Mystic, this state, on legal business. Dr. Williams, of Manning, was doing business in our city Saturday. M. W. Beach left for Nebraska Tuesday morning on legal business. Caee & Hnber threshers and engines at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'s. • Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Dr. 0. L. Wright, Carroll. Miss Gertie Smith left Mondav to live with her grandmother in Wisconsin. Money to loan on real estate at 6 per cent. C. B. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, Diseases of women and children a specialty. Da. B. C. KELLKY, Carroll, la. Eclipse and Grain wind mills, pumps and tanks at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'e. Mian Edna Kirabal, of Boone, is, visiting with her sister Mrs. W. A. McLagan. G. W. Bowen left Tuesday for Chicago, being called there on legal business. Bead Beck & Bike's new ad. Disc barrows and Disc cultivators at bottom prices at Woodward, Dickey & Oo.'s. Champion and Standard mowere, and Champion binders at Woodward, Dickey &Co.'s. . Choice new maple sugar. Fresh made, insane. Mr. Robinson took the afternoon train for that city. No additional particulars are obtainable but it i* hoped the aberration is only a temporary one. Clerk Eennebeck issued marriage licenses to Wm. Halloran and Velee E. King and to Henry Veith and Theresia Fhs. Lost—A K. P. pin nod emblem from K. P. ring. Finder will be suitably rewarded upon returning same to Geo. W. Bowen. Steve- Henderson, of Glidden, was in the city over night and left Saturday for Malheur, Ore., where he will work on the big ditch. Mrs. W. L. CulbertBon and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Johnson, went to Carrollton Wednesday for a visit with the latter's mother. Howard Hutchison is again in the employ of the Champion Machine company and is away on the road the greater portion of the time. E. M. Funk has sold bis residence property in tbe first ward to U. 8. Heffelfinger and will remove to Manning tbe latter part of this week. A. Docius was in tbe city Tuesday and was suffering considerably with a severe cold which made it almost impossible for him to speak intelligibly. Bead Beck & Bike's new ad. The signal service station at this point has been supplied by the government with new flags which are quite an improvement over the ones formerly used. For sale or rent—A blacksmith and wagon shop with tools, well located in Carroll, Iowa. For particulars call on or write W. R. Lee, Carroll, Iowa. Chase & Sanborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on tbe World's fair grounds, selected tor their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. J. H. Ingwersen and wife returned to their home at Clinton Sunday evening after enjoying a very pleasant visit for several days with old friends in our city, Bead Beck & Eike's new ad. Mr. Schumacher was out at his farm today examining a well he has just bad drilled. The well was sunk to a depth of 170 feet and contains 110 feet of first class water. A slot telephone instrument is to be placed in the court house which will talk back to anyone who will deposit the requisite amount of chance in tbe slot, otherwise it will be, no pay no talk. Merchant wants yoa to call* at his store and aee how feW goods you can buy for five dollars. Leave your sacks and baskets at home, bat pat a doable box on your sled or wagon. The hoard of supervisors was in tbe nbout three months befofe the law becomes operative.—Woodbine Twiner. Prof. McEwen appeared at Music hall Saturday evening for his second exhibition in mind reading and legerdemain but bad a small audience. He is a clever performer and is deserving of far better support than he is receiving. Miss Dollie Armstrong and Dora Hnck- ett visited at Carroll last week With their teacher, Miss Florence Bailey. Miss Bailey returned with them and is now teaching In the Hathway district a few miles west of Manning.—Manning Free Press. The family of Theo. Oaten, our new harness man, arrived in the city last week and are ready to go to housekeeping just .as soon as the property Mr. Osten purchased in the first ward is ready for them to move into, which will be In a few days. •The gohoel board hired Mrs. Ben Schollenber? Monday morning as an additional teacher on the south side. The new room started with twenty-five scholars. Mrs. Schollenberg is an old teacher in this city and one of the best ever'engaged In our schools. Bead Reck & Bike's new ad. John Ricke, of Breda, stopped off in Carroll between trains on his trip to the Pacific coast. Mr. Ricke has been engaged in the hardware business in Breda for the lait nine years, and has well earned his month's vacation. He may invest in land before be returns. J. B. Bolke, of Arcadia, was a caller Mr. Bolke had been pttending the wedding of his niece, ,Mies Katie Stangl, to Jog. Bierl, of • Templeton. which took place at the residence to the bride's parents in Rnselle Tuesday evening last, tie reports a good time. Hon. H. B. Haselton was in the city Wednesday for the first time since the legislature adjourned. He says that is the last time he wants to belong to a body of that kind when he is on the side that is so hopelessly in tbe minority as the Democrats were in the house. The Y. M. C. A. met at the Presbyterian church Monday evening and perfected the organization and elected of fleers. J. C. Letts was ilected president and A. M. Benton, sec.fiHry. The asso elation starts under very favorable conditions having about $1,000 with which to fit up their rooms. C. H. LeDuc returned from Chicago Saturday where he has been attending the Chicago Medical college during the past year. He will spend the summer vacation in Dr. Eessler's office reading and will again enter college in the fall. Mr. LeDuc looks as if college life in the city agreed with him. Mrs. C. H. Heitz, of Sioux City, and a former resident of this city, spent a few hours Wednsday visiting with old friends. Mrs. Heitz was on her way home from Pennsylvania, where she bad been called by the serious illness of her mother. She remained there four weeks and when she left her mother was improving. Oar stock is complete, goods first quality, popular prices. Tbe tariff or silver bill outs no figure with us. Don't think because we don't button bole you on tbe street and beg yon to trade with as, we don't want your trade. We dc ,'»nt think yoa are wise enough to choose tbe guaranteed pure. MoLAGAN & SOHU- MAOHHB. Call on Maboney and Cavanaugh for latest styles in spring millinery. Prices reasonable. W. H. Boyle, sheriff of Plymouth county, wag in the city today visiting Sheriff Jeffrey. Try our caned goods, tbe prices and quality will suit yon. MoLAOAN & flCHDMAOHBB. Farmers call nnd see tbe large assortment of farm and buggy harness at Martin & Olovis'. Bead Reck & Eike's new ad. Mrs. J. W. Kennebeck left for Charter Oak Saturday to visit for a few days with relatives. Fancy and staple groceries of all kinds at Kempker & Martin's, first door west of Wetberill & Guam's. Lurge stock of carnages, surreys, phaetons, buggies and spring wagons at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'s. Verily, Carroll doth growl More than fifty, children entered the public schools Monday for .the first time. Mrs. C. A. Johnson, of Auburn, Cul., is in the city the guest of her sister-in- law, Mis. W. L. Culbertson. Mrs. Cbas. Price, of Vail, spent several days in the city this week visiting with the family of C. H". Westbrook. Mrs. J. T. Jay returned to her home ut Manning Wednesday, leaving her sister, Mri. F. M. Harvey, much bettor. J. C. Bcbwaller, of Rosolle township, was in the city Wednesday nod reports a city Thursday surveying the sewerage for the jail. Work will begin at once to connect the sewerage system of the jail with that of the city in tbe first ward. The members of the dancing club will give one of their pleasant socid dancing parties at Music hall, Friday evening, April 19. All members are invited to be present. E. M. PARSONS, President. The home of Mr. and Mts. Pelsue has been released from quarantine and they are again accessible to their friends. Little Harold is out again and apparuuUy suffered no ill effects from his illness,' It will soon be spring weather and yon will need good footwear, as this is a time wbem money should not be wasted in worthless goods, you will find it best to take a little time and look at Moore's line before you buy. Read Reck & Bike's new nd. The celebrated stallions, DociuH Logan and Royal Phallas, will make the season of 1804 at home just north of the city limits, Carroll, IOWA. Terms, $10 to insure colt three days old. A. Docius. J. U. MarnnUo and family have moved from thlB city to Coon Raplda. .Mr. Murnetto is on the road the greater portion of the time during the summer but they will return to our city again, in iho fall. The boys who were mesmerized Satur. day evening performed some laughable tricks but the boys say they enjoyed thv fun us much SB any one. But the mesmerism was a tact and no hippodrome. Two members of the Carroll Turn verein will give ooo of their pleasing en- best place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MERCHANT. good spring trade in hie poultry yard Oar prices on Hour are right, suite •mybody, give it a trial and you will 0QOM back to tbe Yellow front for more. F, V, Moore, former editor of the LoUrville Enterprise, ban disposed of bis Jutorest in the paper to Clias. J, Baker. Head Reck & Eike's nsw ad, L. M. Nichols' family is again uflloted With diphtheria, two of tbe children having been taken nlok during the put few V. Robliuou, the painter, who B living ut Carroll for a year or two received a tulegraiu, Thursday Molpe» announcing the dfi« tertaluuiunts at Brodu on tho 20th of this month. VVe can assure our (rionds that they will bo treated to a flrut claw euter- tuiumoat. The Carroll Boot aud Shoe factory has started again. after being abut down for three days owing to tho breaking down of tbe bailor. The factory la running ou full timu and has all the work that it ctiu turn out. Tbe now mulct law u supposed lo bo m force, us It Lunbeou panned aud published according to law. but it does not actually count iuto force until June lit, when tho Ural assessment is duo, but not actually doUwjueut until October. July lit is the flrit dor for tho voluntary iwMful newi tUst lii« wife had gone' payment of tbe tax. Bo it will bo Tbe Batteraea Polytechnic Institute, In Southwest London, wan formally opened by the Prince •nd Prlnceaa of Wales In February lust. A complete history and description ot this remarkable Institution, with an outline of the work that It will undertake, appears In the April number ot the Review ot Reviews, Tbote who have follow ed tbe development of the People's Palace and olherLondonPolytechnIuswlll.be interested In this latest expression of a vigorous educational We*. Read Reck & Eike's new (id. Rev. Dr. Polsom tendered his resignation yesterday as pastor of the Presbyterian church. The doctor has served the congregation for flvc years and during this time has been an ardoat worker for the success of the church. As yet no action has been taken by the con gregalion, but an effort in being made to secure Rev. Korbaugh to til tho pulpit and it is tho wish of a large number of the congregation that they will bo successful. The sehool children enjoyed a week's vacation and Monday wore promptly on hand and in their places when tho time arrived for beginning work.' All the rooms are well attended aud the lower primary on the south side was so crowded that it was ueccesBary to employ an additional teacher. The spring term li a short one,only being oi|{ht weok'i and It will only bu u short time until the teachers and scholars will bu out for the long vacation. Tho petitions which are being oircuUt* ed asking for consent lo Boll Hpirilout liquor according to the law uro being quite generally signed. Over 1700 uamev have 10 far beon secured. As U will they Will be secured inside of two weeks more when the petition will be ready to submit to t.he county auditor. The ability to eel names Is not questioned. If the law Will bring any relief the peo • pie want it and are willing to give it a fair trial. Schubert's mule quartette appeared at the Baptist church Saturday evening under the management of the Clio club. About two hundred were present, thus bringing in quite ft nice little sum for tbe benefit of tbe club. The entertainment was good and tho entire program was highly enjoyed by all. The*! ladies have the thnnV s of those present for providing for so pleasant an evening's entertainment. J. 3, Thomas, the foreman of this office for the past three years, severed his connection with it Saturday evening. Mr. Thomas is a skilled workman and we were sorry to have him leave; but as he Is contemplating going into business for himself we cannot do other than wish him well. He had several localities in view but just what one he will accept was not determined at the time he retired from this office. We are compelled to announce that we can secure no more copies of "Midway Types," 10 that tboie who were expecting to secure the back numbers of which we are out witi be disappbinted, as will those who expected to secure additions! numbers. We have obtained copies of a "Trip Round the World," part one of wfiich is now ready and can be seen at this office, which will, we believe, prove even morn popular than "Midway Types." It can be secured on tbe same terms, one coupon and ten cents. Resd the edvertisemeut elsewhere and call around and get a sample copy. We are sure you will be pleased with it. "The Progress ot the World" ot the April Review of Bevlews contains a timely discussion ot the question wby the Engllah game of politics In moie exciting than tbe American game. This queatlon Is suggested anew by the resignation of Mr. Gladstone and the Intense Interest aroused by thiteplgo-le among Americans, to the partial neglect ot Washington politics. Other topics covered In "Progress of th» World" are, tbe seigniorage bill, filibustering In congress, tbe outlook for bimetallism, the Wilson bill In the senate, Loulsana and free sugar, tbe senate report on Hawaii, the triumph of the UraillUan republic, tbe present position of the Democratic and Bepubllcan parties, the fight against tbe bouse of lords, tbe Busso-Gerraan commercial treaty, the services of tbe late Dr. Feole of Chicago, the death of Louis Koaeutb, and many matters of International Interest. Some important changes are to be made in the postal system July next. A new money order will go into effect by which both large and small sums cau be transmitted bv letter, with absolute safety —what the present postal note does not do—and at rates much less than anything heretofore devised. Orders for $2.50 or less ire to be secured for only 8 cents and orders for large amounts up to f 100 at rates graduated up tt 30 cents. The form of tbe new order is artistic and of convenient size tor handling. It is engraved on steel and serves as a good illustration of the tendency of Uncle 8am in recent years to be slightly testhetic in issuring bis government paper. The young woman who worked In the family of Carter Harrison it the time of the murder, and who opened the door and admitted Prendergast now ! lives in Shelby county. She is Mrs. Peter Larson of Jackson township, and* lives 13 miles east and south of Harlan. Her husband, Peter Larson, started during the winter on a journey to Denmark. He stopped at Chicago to visit a sister, and % PURE fcON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. THE PRdOTER A GAMBLE CO., OINTt there met the young lady. He was so Binitteu with her chnrms that he gave up his trip to Denmark, married his inamorata, and returned to the glorious prairies of Shelby county. The twain will here reside, raise a big family, grow rich, and live happily ever after.—Shelby County Republican. At the gpeclal election held last Friday there were eighty-two votes cast. Sixty- two in favor and twenty u«ainsl the proposition to sell the purk for the benefit of tbe college. And we believe that had the question been thoroughly understood there would not have been ten votes against the proposition. The cost of maintaining a park, to u town, is quite a sum, if it bo kept in n presentable condition, this must come from the regular corporation tax undavery inx payer bears a portion of tbe burden. Now the block will bo platted and sold to persona who will build riifcUlonccs at ouee, not ouly improving the appearance of that part of town but lidding several thousand dollars to tbe uBBBBseit valuation of tbu town. The college needs the money also iind by ibis assistance is now free from debt and its steady urowth is practically as- sured.—Gllddoii Graphic. and put himself in poese'flton ot secrets which are hidden there nod «re free from detection by the ordinary Unman being. The free part of the entertainment was devoted to eligbt of hand performances and tricks with cards and coins which were truly wonderful. He performed some ot the most clever tricks ever presented in oar city and were so marvelous that the mott credulous gave tip in despair and only reechoed the words of a lady in the seat behind us who could find no better words in which to express her astonishment than to say, "Well, wouldn't that kill yon!" This waaabout the way they all telt and the man who always knowa just how such tricks are performed was mate with astonishment. The moit difficult test of mind reading on the stage was the ledger test. The committee selected Mayor Parsons as the man who was to work this test with the professor. When securely blindfolded be took bold ot 0. L. Wattles, bne ot the oommittee,aod conducted him unerringly to the mayor who accompanied them to the stage. ' The name of Thomas Thompson was selected, the book closed. Taking hold ot Mr. Parsons' band it waa but a short time until tbe proper page was selected, the name pronounced and a pin stuck in the right name. Those who saw his performance could not help but acknowledge that it was wonderful and that Mayor Parsons had had hie mind read correctly once if be never did before. The Ooon Rapids Reporter has the following to say on the subject: The professor claims that we see more with our minds than with our eyes— that It is our minds that really see after all, and that mind operates on mind ana makes impressions on other minds far more than is realized. And here comes a thought. If mind thus so forcibly impresses mind, and God being mind, if anything, is It not a rational belief that be could have impressed Moses and Abraham, ct.John and Paul and all the leading lights of bibical history ? In the same way may not Washington, .Lincoln, Grant and others have been impressed, as it is claimed the writers of literature were impressed? Maybo they were and maybe they were not, but as finite mlfcds can impress and direct finite mind ib it not much more possible with infinite mind? Such a conclusion is logical; U Is clearly reasonable, but the trouble In all cases of impressions is to know when one is thinking "is own thoughts,and another' s thoughts-when the one commences and the other ceases. McEwen, Jqhnston and other* have the art so thoroughly reduced to exactness that they can tell unerringly what thoughts are impressed upon them, and prove It, iut not so with divine thoughts if any such are thought. Calvin thought lie had one such when -he burned Servetus one Hev. Mather when he hung a few because they scoffed at witchcraft, or were charged with being posessed of evil spirits. So it isn't safe for even the most pious to.feel sure they are thinking God's thoughts. BHKDMATISM CDHID IN A DAY.—"Mystic Cure" f or Bbeumatlam and Neuralgia, radically cures In one to three dajrs. Its action upon tbe syswin Is remarkable and nrsterlous. It removes at once the cause and tbe dlaease Immediately UUappeaeei, The Ilr»t dose greatly benefit* 75 eta. Sold brJ. W.Hatton druggist Curroll. AN EXPLOSION. Wednesday Mrs. W. F. Hohumsober was filling the gasoline reservoir wbile tbe fire was turned on and in some way dropped some of tbe gasoline into tbe flame and which followed by quite ao explosion, filling tbe room with flames. Mrs. Schumacher was burned quite severely on her left band and arm and parted after a thoroughly enjoy able evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Paine ably M- sieted the host and hostess Jto do ti» honors of the evening. Among tbe guests present from oat of town were Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Ingwsr- sen, of Clinton; Mies Edna Lloyd, ot Clinton; Miss Edna Kemble, of Boons; and Mies Nellie Blaokford, of Monroe, Wia. NObody Knows What I suffered for Tears with those terrible racking-sick headaches. Life was only a torment to mo; If you are ao troubled, I would ad- vl§o yon to use Sulphur Bitten, for they sored me—Olara Belle. BASH BAM.. , Charley says tbe boys wen a podding and that bis Stare didn't do a, thing to them bat beat them 18 to 5. H* •!•*, says fast bis club would have shut tbs> other fellows out it it had not been • few ooatly errors. The soon was: Egermarer's . club- Boors. Paine McAllister.. Nlewonger. Brooka 0. Kgermayer. At " " Win. " « ... . 0 Ed. . " " 1 Ueo. " » 0 Stare- Hamlll , Sonsrnweber. Lang* Bradford Krier Hart.. Schuteg Stoltz , Allen Total Score. 2 2 :;'.'.'.'. 2 '.'.'.'.''. 0 ','.'.'.'.'. 2 12 ster 1 nger 0 a I irmayer 1 Total require only about BOO more U is thought her hair was badly singed, She however had presence ot mind enough to throw a bucket of water on tbe (lames and pro-' vent any farther spread. The whole affair was very fortunate indeed for such accidents ure fraught with great danger. A PLEASANT RKCHVI'ION. One of the pleaaantest parties of the season was the reception given Friday evening at Burke'a hotel by Mr. aud Mrs. W. R. Lee. Tbe epaoi'>us aud elegant parlors wore thrown opeu uud were thronged with guests until a lute hour. Tbe full nine innings were played and the Stars took the lead from the first and continually added to it daring the progress , ot the game. Ohaa. Bradford thought he would make an offer to in- courage btrong batting but he was a little surprised when Fred Lange smash- „ ed tbe ball tor a three bagger the first ' time he came to bat and won Charlie's prize, which was a fine bat to be present- ,, ed to the first one of the club making a < three base bit. The Stars is a strong combination and .. play ball all tbe time and the club that downs it will have to be a good one. W* ; hope to see some first class amateur ball <' playing during tbe season. Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled <, for at the postofnce, April 9, IRK • Unless delivered within thirty days from' '< date they will be forwarded to the dead ~'i letter office at Washington, D. C.: 41. Eugene Dealion Henry Dultnicyer (_' , A. E. Holmes Francis Kleth Cbrldlns Lobmler Henre Prolet The law provides that one cent paid for all letters advertised. Wjien calling for same please state date of ad- \ vertfoement. duo. I/. POWERS, P. II. ' For Sale. Oaa young short horn ball subject to registration. JAMES MCRPHT, Carroll, la. Tame Pasture. I have large tamo pasture near Olfdden and Carroll, on which I wish te pasture stock for the season. Will furnish past-* ure, salt and water, and exercise general ' care over stock, but will not be n* Bponible for loss by death or otherwise, Apply to myself or H. C. Steven*. A^W. PATTEJUXM*. PASTDBB. , Tbe undersigned will take in cattle to pasture for the season on the Wm. Gilley farm one aud one-bolt miles west of tow*. Good running water in pasture. Will tarnish salt aud take care ot cattle, bat will not be responsible for aooidento should any occur. W. J, BDBLIV. ' WANTED, An actiyo agent iu each county in the United States, to solicit subscriptions for tho Twlce-a-Weok Republic, A liberal commission will bo paid to hustlers. Address, superintendent circulation, The ' Republic, St. Louis, Hfo, For Sale. I offer my farm situated in eeotl Washington townaiiip, for sals. --FJ further particulars address 88-flm RKADINO. Prof. MoEweu guvo a free street exhibition Friday, afternoon »ud ao entertainment at Music ball iu the evening. Both ot these exhibitions were a grand sucoees and proved conclusively that be po68e«flos Borne power by which he is enabled to communicate with another's amid Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, D»PRICES taking 'owder Tuc only Pure Crcatu of Tartar Powder.—No Aiumouia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years tbe Standard H were produced fur those who play whilu i be others engaged iu conversation uud other social e»j»ymeut. About ten o'clock the sixty or seventy guests were weembled iu tba cumuioiUoiis diuiug room where duiuty uud uppuiiifiug re- treahuioura were aeived in the inimitable style no well known to those who patron- iz« this famous eetubllehnieut. Tba manner ot ohooeiug partners for supper created uo end ot interest snd amuse- meat. Tbe fsir hostess passed around u hasket ooutaJuiog a piotute ot euou cue of (be ludiee pressut, tukeu uo one knows bow uiiiuy years ago, uud eaoh gentleman was rfqtiHoted to tune oue uud then Bud the original who \m to be bis partner forvup|i«r. Every one was dually looat«d corrortly, although it would Lave takeu a genius to huv« denoted • reoem- blauoe in some ceases between the pioture and tho original. After eappor wut over soot* time was spsut in delightful social ouat aud ut * luto hour the guests do- Arcadia, Onrroll Oonuty, lows), NOTIUU. All parties owini; mo must call and 8e,t-' ; tie either by cash or note. WM. Fur Bale. Two young'Hhort Horn bulls iub to registration. 1|. c. STKV. Foit HAI.K, A well improved 'farm adjoining tbo city limits of Hrotiu. A itooil burn 90(80, a two story h<nne 30*80, «ood untn*rU>» 90x80 and other good out buildings, THOMAS UUIINS, DrsdJA, U. To bnv eorne potatoes ut MoLugau ' Sohnumoher'H, Notice-Proof of Will. Hiuto of Iowa, Onrroll comity, i uouvl, In vacation, T<> all wlioui It umy oono^ru: Noiiuw u livroby glvwi, iliut au liutrumon wriiluti imruorlliiK in bo lutt l«*t will uuu t wtmi of U, f. iniiu'nu. doinsattwi, won tliU prnclucDi), u|)onoJ und rtmd by tbu un ultfuuU, and tli«t I liuve il^wt d»tutUay tlh Uuy of Muy, ibW, us tU» day for h»u Vtoot In ruliillou tliurulo. WUuoit* uw oiuolul «U»utun,wiu 'v^n aval of vulil court liurt to uaiud." i BKAL. I M du y Ol *l >r * 1 i,} 8 ?!;.«., i 1 (U-»l '

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