The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on August 13, 1892 · Page 4
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Mad Tlmt la Hare YalanbU Than Gold Chicago Trlbunt. "l 'huro in no gold in the hilln arounl our plnen, lint thnrn in mini, and thut mini isnvro YIUU*UIO tlmn KIIM ," *"V« Mr, II L. Krumor, wUo nnjint. rml jriutmlny h' the Auditorium from Mm lmlimm Mineral Springs, \V»rrtMi I'D ., Iii 'l. "1'liis mud in morn vnluiiblo tlmn noUl for it will euro rhtiimntism, no iimtli r how long a timn Hie victim luia burn 11 MiifT-trcr. Well, no, WII don't ijivo (Un mud to th« iitiUentii to « AI, it i< simply mivilei up into poiiltiefis uuil liluct'd up MI tlio juintH of wlirrit dm puin is niont siivi 'rn. It in only within tliu IUHI four yi'iirri tlmt thin ilispnsiHiiii of tin- woniUiful Mixnotio Mineral Mud lnu I I'CH tukrn lulviintHK" of uuil it linn ill lomly bcin cnrriinl uwuy from IIUTB ii Inryo lota, and nnoplo ctiiiu from fur HUH n«.r wli .i nro ulllidnl with rlii 'iiuintiHiii t;> livn at our p .iluiiul li.ilt'l wln-rn tlicy c-ini drink the M MKIIHI i« Mineral Wiiti'M mid b.itlio iu thu w^t'T unit mud. Uow.ird* t f two linn Ireil pnonlu urn tlicri' today, inui'j of thorn roroveriiiK "o rapidly HI to iimkii it a wondrr to llii'iiim'lvt 's unit tlio i ."lieiidH, and wo look lonv .ml to tlio ti n< win n pi'opln will Im jniirii '!>intr to tbo li.- diaiia Mineral Spring Irum oviTy Hu' and Territory in tlie Union to bo ciirod • f rlieuniiitio and kidney Uiswi-iOH after ai 1 ui' ilirnl aid and mediciu^n failed." "Ill 1 1 mud H found immediately at Hi' limo of tlio lulls, wliie.h nro ulno below t !ie SprinuH ne .ir tlio wntro of tUo horseshoe shapo I bluff i. If tin bladu of a pocket knito is left for an liour or two in tho noil, jvhcii it in wet, when it in withdrawn it i- io full of na'ural niaifiielifiu that it will p'ck up a Inr^o darning nooille." A beautiful iliuitrated book that tell- all about tlime wonderful •prints will bo tent by mail free ;t i all who will addrcnt II. L. Krnmor, lioi 3, Gen. M«r., Indium Mineral Springs, hid. DTbo auction of the Borgheie art treas- nrea at Homo on April 14 retJitsd only 1,800,000 fronct, a mer« fraction of Unreal valuo of the article! told. Q, A. R. loMGapmaat, WnantogtoDs D. 0. t H«pt »0, 189». The Honon Route to Cluelnnntl, In connection with the Chcsupuaku and Ohio Route to Washington, Is the olllrlal route of the Department of Htato of lllinoia. Special .rains will luiivo Dearborn Slutloii Satiirdny olght and Sunday moniliifr, Sept. 17 nml IS, •rrWlnc nt Wanhlngion tlio folhm lug day. The routo passes all the fninoin* ImttliMli.'lil.i of Virginia via UordoiiMville. 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For olroularn ndilrus. with s«FOR SUMMER COMPLAINTS PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. IEADQUARTERS for LOW PRICES I <V>>*V , allour(goaiiciuliouiUmi>» ItroiaHito it jnr«.l.(,n»lor»«T»r * fotyaCuib .'ularticlBiiMMldM MADCAP; | i -Oil— ' THE STOUY OF A SIN. BT ItlCI.KN 11. HAT1IF.K8. , " lint otto duy, In u piipor tlmt como in my way, I M;IW lunv it imol luwl dried up In it vlllitK n . i" 1 ' how, lit tlio bottom, llicio wns found a litllo ttkoloUm; an' ninlil nu' 'bty I anw but tho pntil,—:tl- WIIVH tlio pool, mid bud tlmt Hphmli in my oiirn, till ono d;iy I put my money toL 'otlior, itu', not Hiiyiii)/ u word to a livmu HIIIII, Rotoiit, mid novor rnstiii' till I nnd fi 'iioluid it; uu' tlio llrst tbimr I Haw WUM tliu iiinti on tlio otlior side an Imd HOOII mo Hitlimr tluiro,—llrst wi' the baby iu my IUIIIH , nnd then wi'out liim, "A 11111,'isliato wan iniHsiii^; bo com- mitlt'd mo to pr'iHoii, wfiilo iinoUiiTtiian would only hit' boon lookin'. IIo's a groat Minn in theau parts; IK * como to Boo mo yi'ulcrilay, an' I asUod liim to got mo liai 'iL;i'il otTipiick al'oro you could come an' know 'twas mo; an' if you'd como lo-nioriow, I'd ha' boon buriotl, ait' you'd iiovoc ba' known. Hut I'd ioun yon. an' told you tlio truth now, and 'twixt this an' .Saturday you 'll say a word— just a word." Wlit 'ii tlio turnkey ontoi 'i 'd a fow (leoouds lator, it was to llml tlio two womi'ii sitting apart, tho ono huddled up iu the Mime attitudo in whiob ho had last seen her, tho other looking; straight bel'oio lier with widi '-o |ion, lixodeyes, and aims in tho attitudo uf ono who liutrui'd to her breast somo smtill, slight Inii'don that, invisible to all others, was to hiuisulf u living and tangible thing. CIIAl'l'Klt VII. Ami nil ftoieie^ yearn io cover Tliu tiuiM e.inli on wiurli >liu imssci With tlio tliymy ^i.'-'iilo I (.'I'lH-es Tlio Shifting I'ool lay at tho ond of a Iano, close -ij iho Ki'eat gates of tho Towers, an. ..ore. early on tlio morrow oV Mr. l'.M'e 's departure, a woman came with la!l i-ii 11 LC slep, and stood btisido it, her shrinkiiu! zn/.u peeling over into tho now 11ri i'il-ii |> pit below. ''She iniulit liaveifune in nftor it," she muttered in a hard, liittor t 'Uio: "itwas mil deep enoiiLrii to drown lier —then, with a low, strangled cry, fell down on lier knees, and rooked herself to and fro, uttering broken words of passionate endearment, ns thoiuih what sho held in her arms wore a living tiling, and could hear her. Thoti <;li closo to tho village, tho spot was randy fiviiucuted, save by a laborer or t wo fjoimr to or rotiiriiiiiir'fiom tlieir work, and Hester remained undisturbed for movo tbiin an lionv, at the cud of which time a wood-cutter, hustoning to the feast of trossip then •intn'i forward up at the village, spied lier, and rushed, red-hot with li is informal'on, into tho midst of tlm crowd, which thoroiipon sot off running as tlioui'li ])ossessod toward tlio pool. Such a saturnalia of scandal had never been known within the memory of the oldest inhabitant, and the fanner had left his fields, tho hind hisplow, the wheolwritrli tliisshop, and the smithy bis forgo, 1 lies sexton his spado licsido a' half-dui; grave, and the housewife lier bread with tho yeast rising, to si and in the village street, and talk ono against anothur of tho event of tho past few days. And now to hear that she—the inevitable she to whom tlio whole tragedy might be set down—was actually sitting by Hie pool, to lie stared at and cross- (piestioued to their hearts'content, gave wings to tlio slow and strength to the ieeble, while all sueli party dis;motions as church and chapel, purse and stocking, being forgot in tlio general xmtw i/iii Midi hat ensued. Tliu most onvio I ol tliu company was Jim tho Fool, who arrived llrst, but was able, to make no further use of his advantages than to make such a face as transformed him from the harmless baboon totha malij!- uant Satyr. "There she bo,"screamed Sally (iengo, who arrived second, "a-s;tin' i hero as comfortable as you please, an' her up vou to be banged o' Saturday. 'Tis well to make other folks die fors ns.'is we've drove 'em to, ain't it?" and she turned, with a.ioering laugh, to the crowd that followed at her heels. "Tush!" said a burly farmer, who, though fat and scant of breath, had contrived to outstep most of his neigh- hors. "Young woman''—and be turned, starting surprls i at, the b'auty .iT the face that met his gaze—"may be tho bairn was drowned against your will •" "A cuckoo mother,"cried Sally lierce- Iv, "who left her young in a stranger's liest! How wero sho to 'spent other folk to do that, for hor child as sho wouldn't herself?" llestor had started to her feet, and stood trembling, and looking from ono to another of tho crowd, lindin; in the men's faces only a si ttnid, reluctant admiration, in the women's a cruel condemnation that, whether expressed by word or look, was identical. "Was your baby so litllo to yo thatyo didn't even miss it, or think It worth seeking till now?" said the blacksmith's wife, usually a genllo soul enough, but to-day made tierce by that which puts the heart of a l.ou iuUi the tmiidesl woman— the thought of a helpless child abandoned to its death through tha carelessness of its mother. "Can't 'eo speak?" cried anothor, that Impulse of savagery which ever lurks iu a crowd, and is prepared to break ont so soon as its own ratal strength of numbers is made known to it, giving tongue in her voice. "Couldn't 'eo ha conie afore and spoko up a word for the poor soul what's to bo hanged o' Saturday for thy sin?" Hester's lips moved, but she did not speak; abovo thoir harsh voices she heard her baby evying, ami only a vague regret passed through hor mind that tho pool was empty, else she might have plunged into its waters, and so hidden herself from the eyes of those who gathered round her. "An' so noibin' but a young lord 'nil content 'ee," said Silly, standing with arms n-k hnho; "an' you must wear your silk gownd out o' his pocket, and como actor mi' to disgrace un' th' very day he comes whoaiu. Oouldu'l 'eo he' bided a bit till he was a minded to go to thee?" "Let a-be," said tho farmer, thrusting rially aside", who had stooped to pick up a Htoue ami made as if she would throw it; "did 'eo knew th' woman up yon had dt'o_wudoil it, toy lass?" "ye could spoak up fast ono' hist night," said the sexton's wife with a BiKwv, "When you runiiod up to my lord mi' pulled at bis hand, an' called him by iiiiino as nat us you please, an 1 Btood talking to him, jest ns if them as stood by hadn't got no more eyes, nor ears, than th' stones in th' streotl" "An' yon so much older than he, nn' should, ha' kno wed hotter," said one of tho women, in a gentler touo. "Ho couldn't ha' been much moro than aboy at hia laming; an' now there's that brought to his door as Ml eling to un all hia days." "M'appon that's why he's bided away so long," said a farmer whose wife was present, nml whose hard eye Btlilod hia own relenthtgs; "an' tlio property going to wriiok an' ruin; though if belli' sorry for a sin 'ud mend nn estate, thera'a few in England as wouldn't be well manured from top to bottom." '[Have von got another baby thoro as you've » mind to drownV" cried Stilly, pushing forward, "You're hid In' scuue- thin' under your slinwl"— uud before tlw farmer could Btop her, she had roughly pulled H aside, and, dragging IMB flomBjtmng to roll from her anus to Miy;«ifttoUe4 It up with a cry of lnln,nnl,. oil — - 1 us all to book for't when he comes back." And indeed by this timo tho penalty of talking gossip of nny kind to tho master's wire was well known—instant dismissal from his service within doors, Blent deprivation of all favor or employment without. "i han't glimpsed her nowhere's," cried Sally, returning breathless; '"spect she's half way to Marmilon by this'n." lint none heeded her. '"Tis himself 1" cried one. "What ails liim?" cried another, nil pushing awav from the pool and toward Lord Lovel, who came swiftly down the lane, reaching the group almost before tho words had escaped the speaker's lips. "is she here?" ho said, glancing from one to another, too preoccupied by his fears to heed tlieir looks or even utter the name of tho woman whom he had come to seek. "She just slipped away like a bit o' moonshino," said tho sexton's wife, ducking a courtesy, "an' nobuddy saw where she went; but most like she'd bo on her way to the jail." "To the jail?" said Frank, with a sudden look of relief, and made a step forward, but started back, as the crowd dividing, he found himself face to face Willi the pool, then pulled himself together, and disappeared almost as rapidly as Hester had done. "Did yo see how cold-like ho got as he looked at it?" said one in a whisper. "Ilo'vo got a good heart sawellsvs a handsome face, an' there's siimiuut lino in tho way ho stands by her. 'Ilev'you see her?' says he, wi'out a blush, just as if she were nothiu' to be ashamed on, an' off lie goes alter her as quick as a swallow!" "I'll not believe he's to blame," said an old man, who had only just hobbled up, and leaned heavily on his stick; "liie Lovels was alius a sweet-blooded, clean-limbed lot, and there was never a word to th' disciedit o'any one o''em, an'he's the mural of his lather, who died the day after his wife becauso a' couldn't live without her; so they was buried in ono cotliu, an' the ago o' th' two o' 'cm ilidti t count up to filly." "It minds one of a pin ly old vi-rse, as seems 'twas made a pupjius for 'em," Biv.d Uiu blacksmith's wifi— J,nay Nuiicy sh"ill. a ns It ailKlu' tic to-day, J.oril I.osci" li.- <)ii .1 :>-» lo-ni". I nw; ].:i.iv N. inv sho .li. il nut ol |MIV, |HI ro prrlof, I .op'l i.'.vef he ilii'.l olll ot MMT.OV, sorrow, t.oi't Lnvoi ho ilii'.l out ol' .»nriow. "1 hat aii t i' whole o 't," said the old man, and he repeated in a quavering voice— Anil our o' lu-r IIOMIIII thtTo KIVI* » reil roia. Ami out II' h'T tovoi's n liinii; hrhir. Ana out o' l.or lover'- il tnlur. "1'oor souls." said too sexton's wife, "but I'm thinking that when death calls up vou," and she pointed toward the Hall, "if so lc lie takes Iter first there'll be two tu binv there 'stead o' one." "Ah! ho (/o'love her," said another; "'tis only through her that you can strike at th' squiro's heart; tun if ever sic-come to know all that lies to his door " "An' who'd dare to tell her?" said tho fanner angrily; "'twould bt> a black­ hearted man or woman ns would do it, an' the squire's steady enough now, an' makes her a deal better husband than one of them mealy-mouthed men, as goes to church regular an' Lusts out when their wives ain't a-looking." To be sure he's quiet enough now," said l'hillis. the village beauty,disdain fitliy, "he don't seem to know there's a wi limn in th' world but th' mistress. I often think as you old folks remembers a sight o' tilings as never happened!" "Ay." said the old man, "you're about right there, my lass; Mr. Jiyro ha' for got It all, an' so had best we; mid arter all,'tis things as happened thirty year ago that wo mind best, not what happened as it might be yesterday, a bit ten or twelve year at the most." "To bo suro " said tlio blacksmith; ,'now thero's th' owd squiro, Uod rest his soul, p'raps he's gone by now, an' mebbo ho wasn't sorry to go, ho've had a pretty good spell at it, an'must ha' bin pretty well past th' old games by— well I mind as 'twas yostorday his wild doiu'B, if ho fancied anytuin', whether 'twas passou's daughtor or th' cowherd's maid, 'twas nil one; a word lu her ear, an' off she'd go, and none could stop her." "Ay," said the old man, with a chuckle of senilo delight, "th' young squire weren 't far behitid him. There was Comfrey Hazel now—her wedtlin' day was fixed, an' she seemed to like her jo well enough, when ono mornin' the squire stopped at lier father's door, an' axed a drink o' milk. Out she come, as jimp a lass wi'ns apple-bud a face as ever you see, an' handed him tho mug wi' a'hand all the whiter an' the sweeter for the curd she'd just been pressin'. " 'Will you go a ride wi'me.mydeiu'V said he, jest like that, an' she looks up, an'catches tho glint o' his eye an' tho smile o' his lip, an' hor heart begins to beat, an' the red looks out o' her cheek, an' ho puts out his hand, and sho puts hers in it, and her little foot on his'n an' ho swings her into the saddle afore him, an' off they goes, her own mother lookin' arter 'em as thoy went. They was galloping along at full Bpeed, an' she wero looking round at him wi' lier little red mouth pressed to his'n, when close ahead o' 'em he saw a muck-cart wi' a man in it; 'twere too narrow a lane to pass it, an' the squire were goin' too fast to stop o' a minute, so he just gripped Comfrey tight and sot his mare at the cart and over she went like a bird, just touching the pipe in the man's mouth with hor heels, the beauty! As the fellow stared stupid-like, Comfrey looked over her HMoiilder an' saw 'twas hor jo. an ! seeing liim so foolish- Hko, and all covered with niiick, she burst out ltirliu' ut liim, then put her ninny mouth up to tho squiro's, tin' 'I'll go with yon,' sez she, air go sho did, an' never come back; they call her Moll up to tho great city now." "That's sumthat like a wooin'," said PhiMis, her eyes flashing, her bosom heaving; "I'd liu' gone wi' him, too, rather than ha' took ho o' th' muok- cart." "You'd host stick to th' twenty shilling a week, and tlio dozon chillier as is most like your lot," said the sexton's wife dryly; "but 'tis well foryou thero 's none to tempt ye, not that you're handsome ono' to please an Eyre neyther th' young squire nor tho old 'uu evor thought none but a rale beauty worth Bliinin' for." "Th* squiro 's main bitter ngen tho poor soul up at the jail," said the blacksmith's wife; "'tis said he wroto a special to London to stop 'em from heeding the recommendation. ''She wero a pore thing." said the soxtoti 's wife; "nil the quality there to see her tried, an' sho wi'out so much as a clean tucker on, an' to keep their washups up all one night 'cos the jury couldn't ngroe, an' yet not to do a bit o' credit us you may say to the proceeding. Ol a very pore ilguvo of a woman iu- deedl" "SUp'll cut a poror figure still at her hanging," said the old' man, "for hang Bhe will if so liu tho squire have made union nv'vl tii't. " l5y slow degrees tho gossips hud returned to the village stroet, whore they now broko up into groups, standing about at well-known corners, thoir hudget of gossip augmented, not diminished, by theocourreneosol' tlio lust half hour. Suddenly some one less busy than the rest descried a figure approaching, nay, close upon the group nearest the Hall, and a ailenoe Coll on It, and on the next, und thonvxt, BO that the whole atieet aeeraed to preserve un attitude pt waiting, as Madcap advanced, looting at the gathered groups lu wonder. ; ^"Is.any 'vhlng t|w matterV" she said, glanoJiiB iroin oheto another of the startled facet) before tier. "Wewae talHln' about th' owd squire," said the qulelceat-wltted wo- {Pifflimv °.P.P,i" g ,. »ffifeo 6 ^' ty* y y 0Vt mg in ner always; now it 's low, now u. s high, but always singing so as you can heai it." "It seems unnatural like to see her without tho master," said another; "lie be just her shadow; 'tain't in the Kyres neither; t' owd man couldn't abide his wife though he'd have liked lier well enough if she'd been his neighbor's; th' Eyres never did care about what was their own." "They do say that tho young lord wero in love wi' the young mistress," said the Bextoii's wife, "an' bow he stopped away these six year in foreign parts n' 'coui.t o' her.". "Mcbbc 'twas forhorsake hedesorted th' poor soul we saw hy now, an' in revenge she Rent the chiid hero by a hand ahe could trust—but th' pool bein' so near, and th' young lord away, th' woman drown'd it instead o' takin' itbaclc agen," said the sexton's wife, softly. "Hut it was hard on him to be mi-ton his very threshold by a sin as ho might well ha' forgotten," said another of the Women standing by. "Ay, ay," said the old man, "sin's like kiudlin' u liro or puttin', a seed i' th' ground—the lire won't alius stop for your tellin', an' th' seed sprouts an' grows an, yo dunno how many more o' its kind may spring from un—if our wrong tloin'a 'ud only bide whero we 'a planted 'un, thero'd bo a garden in ivery man's heart that hisself kept the key, and not (;«'! a'uiighty." CHAITHH VIII. Whn ruin tliino you wrnnv, fair maid. Anil left you liero nlono? Or wlia IIUH ki-soil your lovely lips, Tlmt yo cu' llnznl-tfreen? The smithy by tho brook in which the alder-boughs dipped stood dark uud forsaken; if a stranger 's horse should cast a shoo in passing through the village that morning, lie must e'en re-slme it himself, for there would not be ono found to lend a hand in aid. And beyond tlio smithy it was moro silent still, but the silence was of another sort, for hero lay the coppice, that lovers' walk which of evenings was never without its rustic pair, but by day rested still as a cloister with tho (lowers for nuns, and a bright-winged, ungelic-tongued choir of birds for choristers. Here you might see, side by sido, the poplar, with its pale shimmering hue, and the fringed larches tender given, mingling with the young becchen stems, that went arching and intertwining iu a natural trellis overhead, their shining leaves just bursting from their yellow gloves, like young girls shyly emerging from their workday grab to don a glistening robe of silk. Here, too, might bo seen the pale sweet sunshine of tlio late-tarrying primrose; and here, nestlingclose to the lieeclieu roots, the wood-sorrel drooped her exquisite little head in endless replica toward the vividly green cup formed by her trefoil leaves, while hard bv, the nialo fools orchis stood slillly at ainis, the ugly custodian of so much beauty. "(hid has two dwellings," said a divine; "one in Heaven, and one in a contented heart;" and I think Madcap's heart was never so lit a dwelling, nor did it ever reach a higher beat of gratitude than in that inoni.'iit, when, with a sudden vivid realization of the perfect happiness of her life, she stood still in tlio midst of the lovely alley and unconsciously stretched o'ut her arms to the unseen 13eing who was the source of all. Suddenly sho swerved asido, as close at baud sho beard a sound as must have carried comprehension with it, even to one who had never heard or dreamed of pain—the stilled desolato cry of a soul in extromost anguish, that believing itself alone with its Uod, calls upon iliin by name for succor! Madcap trembled—crime and despair had never in any shape approached her, and tlio laugu ige they used was unknown, vet she intuitively felt the depths of" the pit in which yon lonely soul wns struggling, and she was not of those who could stand looking on from tlie shore, and bear unmoved. Tho l .ntibtiiiir ory, Of mine f-ti'iiiurHiviinnier In his ii^onv. Close to tlio beocheu roots by which she knelt, stood a pollard oak, whose sturdy body had shouldered away tho undergrowth on either side, and also cleared for himself a space behind, ns Madcap perceived, when softly pushing her way botweon the oak and tlio brambles, she saw into a little green interior which contained a woman, who lay with outstretched arms and face pressed downward against the grass. i'or a momentMiidcan hesitated, then entered and knelt beside her; hcsital'd again, then laid lier hand softly on that dark, uncovered bead, trembling as beneath her touch the woman shrank violently away, with the gesture of a creature) that is at once desporate and dangerous in its helplessness. Madcap drew back. She clasped her hands together, and great, slow tears, born of intense pity, rose to her eyes; in a moment she seer 1 to realize the gulf that lay between her own happv life and this miserable ono to which even pity cauio as cruelty, not a solace. lor a minute tlie woman lay mot ion- less, thon, like a startled animal that turns with shy gaze to seo if it be still pursued, she half looked up, making a screen of her hands, and caught that lovely look of pity bent on lier. "Who aro you?" she said, in a whisper. "You are not ono of tboso that shrieked at mo by tlio pool?" ""A woman and a Bister," said Madcap, with all hor heart, as she spolco. Hester leaned a little forward, as olio who listens, yet thinks hor ears have played her false, then slowly looked up to seo what uuuuiuv of woman was this who claimed sisterhood with such as she. For a minute the two faces gazed intently at each other—the one, beautiful through all its baggardness and anguish, of olive tint framed iu masses of blue-black hair, with eyes Doopur tluiti tlio depth Of wiiUM'SHtlll'il at even; the other so young, so pitiful, so pure- I think that a new world opened to oach as sho looked, and the contrast of their lives was brought more koonly home than it could have been by a lifetime of words or familiar knowledge. "I wanted to be alone," said Heator, MUi thai certainty of her s'-ovy boina Known TO nCr nearer uiai. ID H.I'I m mo strongest signs of absorbing misery. "I could not breathe iu my little room, and so I came out. I'm trying to forgive hor, but 1 can't. I can't—tho little baby comos between, and it cries, ami drowns her voice in my oars; but I must get used to it—to what ahe hud done—before i Bee hor again." "Some ono has hurt your child?" said Madcap gently. Heater looked up, a spasm convulsed her throat, for u moment she could not speak, then, "It's dead," sho said, abruptly. "On, poorsoull poorsoul!" cried Madcap, all tho moMiorlieai'l in hor crying out in passionate pity, and drew Unit miserable head to her breast, mid held it there—pure woman and sinning ono meeting on the ground of common motherhood, with but ono pulse of Borrow between them. To be Continued. FARM AND HOME. HUSTINO OB" NAILS. A. l>ttrge Htm In Hallway. Ioun In Ckuiad by Ituatlu Long Tunliuli, The ruitiug of rails, tuperiully in tbe Bulpburout) air of long tunnels, forum a not unimportant item of railway loas. Iu tbe Alteuberg tunnel, which U 1 .290 feel IUOH and located on a ourv« of 2,850 feet radius, thertiils had been laid 11 years, uud were found to he covered with hard noiles of iroa sulphide to a depth of 0 .16 to 0 .^4 boh. The woifthk of the rails bud been uiuoh reduced, although their thickness had haen InoretiMd oa aseount of the n. „t IU. J m, " FAItMHHS AND THE WEATtlKR. OUIO FAllHSn. (Jo rarmHru In thn country, oa the BOBBODI go and como, Aro purty much llko other folk«—we're apt to grumble iomel The spring'» loo back'nnl for in, or too for'ard— nry one— We'll jm\- Miout It anyhow, and haT<' our way er none. Tlio tlinw'n not In too fiaddent; or the front atayed In the noil Too lonL' to givo tho wheat a chanco, and crops la bound to spoil Tho weather's either most too mild, er too outrageous rough, And aUoKtnlier loo much rain, Br not of ralH enough. Now wtint I'd llko nnd what you'd Hue l» plain eiioinrli lo seo. Is jest to have old Providence drop round on you and me. And list us what our views la fual, regardtn' ahine and rain, And post 'em when to shet er off, er let her on again. And ylt I'd mthor, after all— contlderln' other choriM I got on hand, attendtn' both to my affatra and yours— I'd ruiher miss the blame I'd git, a rulla'thing! up there, And tpend my extra time In pralie and gralitudo and prayor. FARM NOTKS. Wnate nothing thnt can be utilized. Give the hens a placo for themselvef, nnd let the uniroal* hswo tho stables, F.irms adviinco in value in proportion as tho roada improve that loud to them. Old ruity nails or an old horseshoe put occasionally in the drinking wnter ii a great benefit to fowls. When properly sheltered from rairB salt und sulphur cun often be fed to the sheep to (rood advantage. A horse will oat in a year nine timoB hiB own weight, u cow nine titrns, an ox six times anil a Bheep six times. More sheep die before they nro one year old than in all the timu remaining before they nre placed upon the market, so thnt as with nil slock, (;oo.l care is necessary when young. The old bees, as well ns the old queen. Buys Geoii/o W. York, leave the hivo when they swtirm. Tho you ay bees aro ut first nurse bees in the hive, and attend to various insido dtitioH. A Uorso for the Hoy. There is nothing which solves tho problem of keeping the boy on the farm quicker thun to i?ive them something thut will interest and please them. In this direction there is nothing which a boy takes more interest und find moro pleasure in than a good riding nnd driving horse. Kenifdy for tho IXenvos. A subscriber says ho has never found a remedy for heaves in horses equal to a compound of eggs, honoy and vinegar. He lit ats three eggs into one quart of pure fru 't vinegar and after about three duys, or when the mixture ii all together, he adds one pound if strained honey. In tableRpoonful doses it can bo given wttli the feed twice a day or placed on the tonguo of tho Uorse. Hniuuiar Uriipe l'rauluc- As it is usually practiced it in a mistake. It nearly always results in tha reinovnl of tho Inrgest share of leave*, and tho weakened plants cannot ripon their fruit. Wo have always found that it resulted in in jury. H is a good plan to kebp off witer sprouts and suckers from the base of tho vines, so as to leave an open space for the free circulation of air botween the ground and the vine ludoned with fruit on tho trellis. This itRsists nesimiliition of sup und tho heat ladened air destroyos fungoid growths that developed if loft on, and they go up into tho vino and on the fruit and destroy it, or hinder it from onrly ripening. Absolutely cle^n culture is also uecessury to bring nbout this end. Ornvel for Poultry. Evorybody knows, sny-i tbe Poultry Keeper, that tue beus have no teeth, ana that the food ia niinticited in the gizzard. Bat the g'zzitrd itself is but a fetb'.o wgont, and c innot perform its functions without tho aid of somo subituiiC') that is hard and hhnrp. Natiin. therefore, pruupts the hens lo pick up und swallow gravel, uliise, small shells und oilier tnbst .incoF, hut it may bo notico thnt the prefer such us are th.irp nnd irregular. Round bitB of gravel do not servo the purpose, though better tlnui nothing, and tho gizzard is not injured, no matter if the sharpest und keono>t glnsa be swn'.lowed. The food nnd hard substances are kept in constant mo tion while iu the gizzird, and tho entire contents are ground into an imp-dpuble pawder und passed into the stomach. The paiillrynuin. therefore, iu providing grav el, should select such us mny bo irregular on the surface. Oystor shells are oxoslleat, hut they aro njt suflioient wheu used atone. An old piece of pottery ware, broken finely, will bo preforred, und a small allowance of broken glass will not be rejected. Tho hens will not accept uuything not suitable, and no danger need be feared. It it bo3l, however, to pro- vido a variety of such material as will serve tho purpose, not omitting obarooal, which nssistB very materially in tho pro COBS of g'inding the food. A rolntor ou Wanning L»ml». It nrill soon be time to weaa the lambs if the owes are to be sold in the lull or pu in tho best condition for the winter. This weaning should tnko place when tho lanih- aro about four months old,' audit is well to make preparations for tho event. The sudden change from milk to un entirely independ nt support, is often accompanied in lambs as it is in calves, with the stunting of their growth uud Boinetinies serious cases of illness growing out of tho sudden ohange of food. This may he avoidt d very ousily if the lamb* have access to a Binull grain feed, and if it 1 B intended to push them to the greatest profit, it may in u fhort time bo extended to an access of grain ut will. Tho best feed nvaihiblo on the ordinary farm is good, oloan oats Whon tlio lambs are onco accustomed to it, und then have access to good, fresh pus ture, there will be no danger conneoted with the weaning, and the young thing.- will push on with increased vigor. It must be ronieinbornd that the lamb is nn exception to the mlo thut the younger the uniuiul, the greater the porporlionute gain to the amount of feed consumed, and the larger the auimul of a given age, other things being equal, tho bettor tbe price. It would therefore be a good thing at weau ing time to lepnrate the wethers from tbe eweianil.let them have nil they want, no' with u view of preparing thorn 'or immi diate Rnln, I nt of miking iver lib g'hn is possible out of them, b\,r ners .via, have been sharp enough lo select good lambs in the fall, food them on outs iu the early fall months and on a mixture ol about one-half to thiee-fiftha corn in tin- winter, the rest being oats, have made two dollars wleie ono dollar has boon possible feeding cattle. Making this suggestion we ure giving our readers with as few as ton lambs, a great deal more thun the worth of a years's subscription lo this paper. Try the suggestion. It is settled that it is best to furnish u horsu with an unlimited supply of wntui whloh he can tnko nt will. An nniui d wider th-'se oimluiuiu will uA tnk:) IJO much, but, when we take into consideration how few stables we BO fitted u to al- opinion would withhold water till the animal cools down. Now, I havo always made it a practice to permit the horse to take what water he requires at this time. When tho animal is warm in all its pirls, with an nctivo circulation, it is bcBt able to resist the chilling effects of a draft of cool wnter. The stomach empty, the fluid passes into the bowels and 1 B rapidly absorbed, thus supplying the necessary fluid to tho blood, without which the various secretions roquisito to digestion could not be maintained. "Tho most dangerous timo to give a horse a full draught of water," says Dr. Dunlop, M. R. O. V. S., Great Britain and Ireland, "is after he has cooled down from fatiguing work nnd has partaken of a meal. Tho comparatively small stomach of that animal is roploto with energy, the circulation weak, tho whole system languid, and not in 11 state calculated to resist tlio chill. The water mechanically wnshos tho undigosted food from tho fltomach to the bowols, wboro it undergoes decomposition, evolving irritation and poisonous gases, finally causing flatulent and spasmodic colic or futnl enteritis." It hns been my practice for several years to allow the horso a full draft of water before feeding, giving no more for several hourB, and I havo never found it necessary to tako tho chill off tho water when offering it to animals in working condition. TLis view is certainly agmnst popular opinion on tho subject, nnd Dr. Dunlop lias Bhonn that he hns tho courage of his convictions in putting forth this fensiblu and reasonable viow. I consider it cruel in tho extreme to withhold water from a poor brute perspiring and fatigued on comin,- in from a harj drive or from drawing a heavy load. See the man working hard grubbing out stumps with the glasB at 80° to 90°; ho will go hulf n mile to appease his craving thirst, and lo adjust the equilibrium between tho lluidu and solids of his body. Does it hurt bioi? Does it hurt the horso undor like conditions? I say no. I delight in watching tbe horse appeasing his thirst with water taken direct item u well or spring, and to observo tho evident relish with whicb tbe tired animal partakes of it. Tho opinion of many is that feed is wasted when given to n horse after pnrtuk ing of a full draft of water. If oats nre thus piven they nre partly wasted. But oats should never bo givon before the horse haB eaten a few pounds of hay. Grain givon on an empty stomach is pirtly wasted. I have seen men como in with horses tired and hungry, offering tbotn oats the first thing, the hay afterward Tho horse's stomuch being relatively small, the grain is forced out by tho hay afterward eaten by the hungry animal Grain, to be fed economically, should be fed only when the stomach is already partly filled.—J. A. Macdonald in Country Gentleman. GLAD IT WAS OVER. The fun in the national house of repre sentativos ended Friday with a rattling song. No Booner had tho speaker's gavel fallen, declaring tho houso adjourned thau the newspaper men in the pr<-s« gallery struck up thedoxology, PraiteGod From Whom All Blessings Flow, was fol lowed by an original topical song sung to the tuno of He's u Jolly Good Fellow Here are some of the verses: Oh, Crisp is a Jolly good follow, 'lo his feet from tile think down, lie deserves three cheers and a yell, ob, For sending his rabblo homo. l''or sending his rabble home, Which nobody will deny, We wish him long life and lots of Joy, . And a harp when ho coraos to die. Ob, Watson, we truly grieve, sir, 'lo see you pack up your bag; Won't you tell us before you leave, sir, What 1B a congressional jag? What is a congrest-lonal jagr Is it simply a weakness of kneesr A sip or a sup from a bottle or cup, Or a whoop and a go as you please? Tom Heed is an excellent follow, Fortuliious, fearless and fat; UIB opponents can surely toll, oh, The stuff he has under hie bat; Tho sniff he has under his hat: That Is commonly thought 10 be gray; Anil we hope that fts brightness and sharpness and lightness, Witt gladden u» many a day. Chtongo Werauu DloKnt RliehoyKiln. Shebrvygan, Wis., Aug. 8.—Mis. Huttie Bialke, of Chicago, who wnn visttinp in the city, diod very suddenly last even ing at tho home of her father-in-law John Biittkle. Thecausoof her deilh wu appoplexy of the hear!. D c \>s d WIIF. 2 -1 yours old. "Dun't Tobacco Spit Your Ufa Away" Ii the startling, truthful title of a littl h nk ju«t reived, telling all abou S'olobiie, the wonderful, hurmlets, econom •ccil t guaranteed cure for the tobacco habi 111 every form. Tobacco uaen who want i- quit und can't, by mentioning this pupei cun tet the book mailed frre. Addrcp ['HE STEItLINU KKMEDT CO., B > '241, Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind, Four different peaks in tbe mounta 11 f Idaho are from nineteen to twenty dree feet lower by actual measuremen dan they were fifteen years ago. MAN'S system Is llko a town, It must be well druhiud, aud nothing Id so ouWUul u>- Beecliiun's I'llls. For sale by all druggists. Vetulnnin, Cnl., bor .oia of 11a artoslnu well thnt flows 80,000 gallons of fresh water every hour. ' DlNOIlll AllEAII SlONAI.l.KU UY A C'Ol.OII is averted with HALU'S UONKV or lUmr.- IIOUNII AND TAK. I 'iKK 's TOOTIIAOIIB Dnors Cure lu one Mlmilii. A London firm llnils a windmill the most acouoinlv menus of securing the motive power necessary to run a dynamo. Tlir Only One Krer Printed—Can Ton FI111 1 . the Wor.1T There Is n 8 Inch display ud vertlsomunt In this pnper this week which lius no two words alike tixcopt onu word. Tliu sumo Is tl'lio ol encli nuw 0110 aptieiiiiiigoncli wookfroiu Tliu Dr. Hurler MoJlcluo Co. This house places 11 "Orescent" on everything they make uud publish. Look for II, sunil Ilium tho inline of the word, and they will return you noon, axAUTirui. i .iTuoaiiii 'iis or SAMPLES FHBO. The Romans used the first shaving brush and razor. B. O. 800, and Pliny tells us that Bclplo Afrlcauus was tha first Individual Roman to shave dally. my Wife Wan utlHPraijltt nil tliu 11 wit* with kttliioy complaint but began liu- proflag vrltBii alia had tnksit Haad'« StuTiuyut'.Ua ono week, and oftor Uking three boLtlaa wad perfectly cured. I had Heart Oeuld v^t wltMtp, bloiitoil bad I r, had palne In my back, ringing- m>Uou lu my tare. Jlood'a Baryajmrllla gave lmmodlutu beuulll, •ound ettiep uud jjood health " H. O. IticiuitubON, HI Ion in, N. Y. lloud 'a cure Nnueea, Hick JUiultu'hn, lutlitfevtiou, lllllouiuuM and all X .ivor Troultloa. wre, J.iuliurcUoa. Mv«r Vamplftlnt. GUITARS AND MANDOLINS JUn frtsi U.H i»»»rt<, JlMWlMftMi •ll .00 »p» u » ARIOI 't&XtilSn&m. I T -5J,Sl?..«..ui*. ... tH" .»1»f tM •»» IUIMU.1 1H.MS . •ii...ivr lie Without IIread. XI BISHOP'S nusjoHNLK,*, Mich., NOT. 7. lb8J, The ROT. J. KonMel. of above plao*. writes: I have inflored a great deal, and vhenevsr I now feel a nervona attack coining 1 t*k« a doss' at l'altar Kosnlg's Msrve Tonlo and feel r«- tlavsd. I think a treat deal of It, and would lather be without bread than without tha Tonic Tireil ot I.iTin R . POUND, Wit., 1MKI. Two yean aeo last February I couimsneed tl&rfiig eplleptlo attacks, aud could not rest a oiinate without having my limbs Jork. I was ilinoat tired of living, whea I liMird of 1'astor '•immlu's Nerve Touio, imd lliimk IV11* I ,nrd 1 yot •veil alter using only ono hot tlu ; ami 1 will nuvcr oruot In my prayers what tills medicine <llil for • 1". Mlhrl MAC WKT1CK. uA Tamable Tto<rte an Iforvonn IJUoitses sant froe to anr aditrci.", eod poor imUenta can al«o obtain tills iiioillclno free or charco. This remedy hia been prepared by the Ilevircn.'. pitir KoonlU. of Fort Waviie. ind- since 187U, aud lanow Prepared.ondernii direction bjlhe KOENIC MED. CO., Chloago, III. 8olrJllTDr ^ «« , » t »" t • , per Bottle. 6fbr !!-r T.»rireSl»e .an .7rt. fl Hottles for »0. FREE 'German Syrup 55 Boscliee 's German Syrup is mov, successful in the treatment of Consumption than any other remedy prescribed. It has been tried under "very variety of climate. In the !>k -ak, bitter North, in damp New England, in the fickle MiddleStates, 111 the hot, moist South—everywhere. It has been in demand by '.very nationality. It has been employed in every stage of Consumption. In brief it has been useV by millions and its the only true and reliable Consumption Remedy. q fcili§ OJVI5 ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanse* the ays tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its WTects, prepared only from the moat healthy ana agreeable substances, it* many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Byrup of Figs is for sale In 50c and $1 bottles by afl leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AM FRANCISCO, OAL. utmrtut, AT. New Y ORK. N.r. FREE! 1 will send •aiileil, Free, the prosorlp- tlon thut muile u mull or m", and i.U.lil Wt'DK It to (Jura any Ktilli-ror from V111I11 i- iv -o, l.o»t Vltultlr, "Weakness, NVr.oii* liti,- oi\lor*. <.«MH*IU! Ilcl.iilly, Jto. Aiiflre-^. with In -|i, WII .L1A.11 II. i 1.1 It. • :ilUI '|lll. .1:1U RIPANS VJuial?! lh.- st .iiiiiuli, tlvi-r IHHI T."WI!H , purl-1 >y liu- l ,'.v,.t\, nn- hafi- i.n .l i-Htctunl ; fl I lie Ij^t iii,,liclii,» known r >>i- L >ltjoUH-Z uc..<, i'«iii .-tl]i:itli)||, d^Sj^iiHli,, ft.ulj I .I, illll. iH 'llilj.flU'.llllMiUi ,lt-|irt'..!<li»U • Ituicititl .llKt-MUm, bail 1 l.llljilt'llutl, t anil nil ilWa.'.-MCailsmt Otiluie ut* tho McimiL'ti, liver or boMi-la lo |n!i-.* • form tliolr proper runi -tlcm*. I'craoiia niifii to oti-r- eeatlng aro twinMUt -Hl l>>- ttiUtij; ono after rni-li nii-nl. • l'rlee, g-1 ; KHMIIIIO , l .V. At Ui-ni.vl*u, or nont by mall. • RlriNS I'llKMlt'AI. CO., Ill Spruce St., New York., It Cures Colds,Couirhs.Sors Throat.Croup.Tnfloen. ta ,W hooptnj Cough, Bronchitis and Attorns. A certain core for Consumption in Grit stares, and a sure relief In advanced stages. TJaa at ones. You will see the. excrllent effect after taking ths first dose, trol.l l>y drslers avsryv/here. Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. p I if i'l III' lictlllll. A si- - , 1 1 in i-:i sinner. lie < - :i n' t> bi- >»:li"i-tt.-.-, in---:,!!.*; a. jierfei 'i mill must IM? ;I VV--I' iiiiin. Sin ain.1 siilliT- Itid nre M -MV.II . You may be au uir'<itiM'i'i:i> .-inniT. Yiui may liava ta ;••!! ciiltl; juilil no attention to It. li;. and by you aro eoiiM.'ioiis of u baek- acli-. You are dull, -lec|iy, ! isi l.-ss, on 1 ol' sorts. You did not know that your cold bad settled on your kidneys, but this is the fact, and lu nine cases out of ten. In summer, this Is what alls the patient. If you will get a bottle of ItKin's (ii<:i :MAN OOUGII AND KIDNKV Ct 'iu-:, and lake it according to directions, you can be cured of all the uneasy fee lite that comes from taklnp cold; and remember that a summer cold i> fully as dangerous as one eaiight In winter. More people die from plline overheated, and thon sudden.,v cooling off, thau from anyotlie-ni .e t'ireiiiiistaiice. Get ibisKicat I- . . ;•• •. >lru- cut. SYLVAN lit" 1. I BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE. Thu I'uinlly w II.|I 1 II 1 1 ••, fur enli- liy (irui'i-rs. HEMORDTJT IMI'EB. TUB OXT/V SVRK < TICK. Price «1.00 by mall. nEHORDIA. CO.. 110 lulton St., How York Successfully Prosecutes Clnlms. »trt PiTnctpnl Kxilmintir U.8. Pension Burenix 3yralu last war, l^ii(lJ(iUurutU)(;ulu,itiiri, attj H.LIOO. CRtS TO $I5 'H;S ^^UF ^a^st .9 ln * l * 1,cl ''7< »*Wh «J, tableware, iu. Plate* ^^^V 8n»*t of Jewelry ta new, ea all kinds W wtU leti.HtTir «r ilekel. K« •iperlenae. Na Msital. Krtrr •MM fcM #»«4t SMsUif B.O.DUJI * * C*>,,Celnnib«j,tX 1 r -'j.ri. All i-i'j.ii rip!t .ndTi\ • • *1- 1 )-^. ln'iallhlonuitWli ARGUMENT. LlXi: t'oui-AKV, of Jcm-.v t'ity, S. J., 3 havo uiuiertahi'n tu untnuntco to 7 llk'ir Atlvcrtii*iii(r imtnmtt u total »cimilatiou for Uiclr varlmiH pA|H >rti Wof not l .-xM Hum ONK MILLION. llniH IHOHDH nn nildition nf ;,tK).(wm to four tiri'.^nt lisis. K hut. Wiii rtaiti rthat l(i. HiTuiti a half rnllllnn tww f siiliHerltKjrs tu six mtiiuhs Un 1 ,usl. \wm iiuiHWslblUty. TIMM In |iml,o- My trin> liy onttnary or common incthmlH, but NOT Tit UK whim tho f .rort la associated v ,iih tho kintl of t'ntui prlso that apiKjarw in this pio ^Hftu*. 1'ivy hmi .hvtl tlioHFiind now HiitttorilM -ra win iiu'aii tt> us morn than gftm .ooo of nilvciti.-Inur i-evt'initM ilurlrt^ tlio Iii'xt llvo vt'itlT. Wo oan aironl to I«iy f»r tlitnii nt U-uttt hulf tlu>lr vnlm- lu un. Wo aro wiilliik* t»i do OMin moro tlmn thin. If mj.-(*saiy, ami to that end havo originated the „ falrt -Ht anil mont inijenloiiH plan of tUstribiUliiK <5u »h Vrcmluiiir* or i Itowarda of Sloiit unions now PU1»- hcrihtn-H that tho worlil Inus ovur \ liiiowu. Thu plan or mithod la lu , voimlotwith no law ngnlnst loiter* lea or BclietiifH of chance; ft Lo- Volvos not hint? that Is lllonal or Im- L r 110 ml; it nluocM u pri-inlum ou ' l >ri <lni> H U, hi uhort, tho very , OHHOIWO of what Is I 'om in undo bio, hoiiott, llhural nnd attracUvu. 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For the THIRD correct answer to ALL of the entire Ton words, $8,000^ Here are the Ten Word-Riddles—Can You Solve Any of Them'H 11 B-rn-- ,AS*?R,?'ADBr*HiLiatt BY OHEAT ADVEHTIS- h -ea-ty 01TEN Wl .NB Tllli LO VK 0»' MB-N. Bl---e WAS NOT CONSiriHIIKD nK8II!Anr,P! AT TIIF A m l ^3 • • M M IB 1 'S!SSo T ?i8 E 5if T Jmm a - N ^"«« «>« TUB ) 5 - ol - - ! 6 -r-ss -i-ht EXOEM&. BLAVUI 41,0 ° l5uu ': woVuuilBl .8 -a.r-i-.n 9 -ict—e THAT.WIIIOH 1'LKASKH Oil SAT18KIICS TIIF KVR 1 AND WHICH, IV AUTiai'lUAI.LY vVvnillvn B «S' JIUOTB TAB' A1TK.NT ON AMI KXOlTta "TM L An."' MlllATION OF LOVJSIIB OF Tllti ffilOTU •< 10 Qu-e-Vie nln nn4l/iM I'.WCll du^h ailllOarlllir In Minimi ^I'ltOllAlUiY OONBlWsnEI) OF OHKATFIt OONKK. 1 QUKNOK AND MOHK SOUOHT Al.TOlllY TIII.Vini is 1 liy THIS AVEiuaE uuay, UUBILINQ iit UUAN * — form' POSSUM . lg< tills ww tlie uuuucd lelUir. arJ., und iSff SfiS U{ier^»£w!i«g In oash tl tor Is fou i?Wl.»»r l»«h«> «J»j*er of ItiuiTiiTber, RE\RTARIDS pal<l ln °, a8 i? the VEHY DAY any' . answer Is found to be oorreot. • BopU ttiiBwor will bo uiinilHired ru> rocelvod, t u fund wUeii fpuuil correct u New'York KEMEMBEK "^o ^ffitoS »30 lu CuiU i yun ore not coufluoU to iiuy iior OoulHr «'onl-uiiy uu» of tho outiro tcu will bringroua KilQoub towiud-wliUs If yon iro urUEt oapiiKlilo solvo more lliau ouo your row art! •400. Also reuioruber thrtyouUouothiivo to oo fiml, or lltat wlUi your aiuwor. KVKRV iill, Just iia you ttrnuino botweou yauroolf sjid KEMEMBEK "^o ^ffitoS »30 lu CuiU i yun ore not coufluoU to iiuy iior OoulHr «'onl-uiiy uu» of tho outiro tcu will bringroua KilQoub towiud-wliUs If yon iro urUEt oapiiKlilo solvo more lliau ouo your row art! •400. Also reuioruber thrtyouUouothiivo to oo fiml, or lltat wlUi your aiuwor. KVKRV KEMEMBEK "^o ^ffitoS »30 lu CuiU i yun ore not coufluoU to iiuy iior OoulHr «'onl-uiiy uu» of tho outiro tcu will bringroua KilQoub towiud-wliUs If yon iro urUEt oapiiKlilo solvo more lliau ouo your row art! •400. Also reuioruber thrtyouUouothiivo to oo fiml, or lltat wlUi your aiuwor. KVKRV ProtOCtloll.•*".» m<w>a to stutrd miC« of Iriwnkritv .v. ~.« ,~ .."*IKfe— The OnlyJ2fluduiA»- ProtOCtloll.•*".» m<w>a to stutrd miC« of Iriwnkritv .v. ~.« ,~ .."*IKfe—

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