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   Jefferson Era (Newspaper) - March 25, 1868, Jefferson, Iowa                                 .T'/t:  ¡miìiim  /I  ! f 'i  1 T. 1  uù^jiiìh'^ iiíS  l- vrMVC .  ¡miìiim  ! f 'i  1 T. 1         , . • • -J' IÎ it í.^-i 7 I-Jlfi //'.T'í.'-^ Î-'í ioh'-, ' ' -.i; < > ' W 1 —¿t • ■«' lil ...J ... .1-.1. i .-          NEW JEFFERSON, IOWA,|WEDNE&á)    lAY, MARCH aa?; 1868.  —............ ' ).!. lili'---—.-v .J -.1—.....'.-r!!":—^—L." .—"■». '■■■1         < xvxav '  IOWA.  < xvxav '  -fti , yVE32íJ¡S3}A Y JiVENlNCK  -At-- .' . ■ ■ '  ; Jefferson, j- r - . Ipwa, Jte it.. MO.tVEY.  îwu oí S^Jsttjpfi?!»:  .'ÂllraiHiBdbaUjdnl 'u tli<> «xpíntúuii «í tíii'ijnÁ ' ■ l«iil fur.  .T. 'II. CL,I!Vt;,  IIOUSB .1 SinX l-AISTKIt (i^^Iin C<«(lit}-', Uimi. íflii.li.  nml (!l:.7.1pr,  .IrlTmfJ  loti Uuiyi  IOWA.  ■Jliu U etiiplmtícnlly a lamí uf^ protnlsCj^^J liko most yf (|)C otlicr Western Siutf»,'«*« U|jirestal pr0»l>ctlly to' ilí n(;tk-ultutiil íóutciffl. .ViohaOty tío countrj- ¡o tlio woilij, iiii^uy piilnt of viow, U' moro proliiisíng t« tim A|rlcitUiitÍJt. TIio .«tapltí product« üf. tíiS títsto, nt<v Whoat^;,Coín, Ó»{J, lWÍ«v, míal'v^ ¡ the aycrnBO j iclil ul 'he foiiiiur bcliy; ^Vofúciii; óif.Corn ftorn .^Q tp 7o ,  fin« prniric» nf tbU-.Sta(eftreojullyi(ifl^ rcr|^ itfto cuUixotíon, nnd ¡t» nntiital ims-tu^i irtfürding r«eullíir fncllilícs Cor the rearing cf-.i-íltl^ nnJ »lieep;" AVoól tfrowing. ¡a-deSiLl).»'» beqoma ono of tbo stniilí «imiloí "VAnñér;-'^''^-""'^—  »r. HLWÓOM,  rllY.xlClAX A SUUllIÍOX, nli.I Unis«i,t, Ciirrollloii, Wlim,BSALK A llKT.Vn, IlK.M.KIl I.V IHIV (lOOI)SI.  Cli'lliltic. Ilixitn i .llwes, KjikI eiflu ^.iiiurv,  JtlTtpu.u. luwji, ' nitchiinTHWlllcuiKillt timir liiU n'sl lo cali iinil rjr«mlo<> tlio lic.it iivirtol iiikI huatlul •Itick iti Urociio Oiuiilj-. N ,  Dr.  NKH- JKFKWl.TO.V ri»i (miro. ■  3. V, fOWA\  IOWA. O/li'  ¡I Ibnm« in litt  Ulis •  i>r. o. Il,  l'dVSlOtAX .t 81:K(I|;0,V, .I<iirrr«,M, llri tmi C.'inili-, Junii. «'Ili Blii'ml !.. Iill ™il. in Ilii: Vlilaeu ..r ciiiilo-.  lUti'ljtluii I>iil<l t» l'Invilii: iiii.l iM'ivKlu <liii'ai»'H. .............................................. l'uWl. S.iii.1rò. ini  T. J.  ciin.so\',  In di" i-Uh:  llKXTl.'ìT, IVOl'I.IIiitilmiiili-.- In (li" O'iliil)-, limi 111' I« )M-i-niri-il 1.1 li rrii lu.Iluntliitry. in tlil< mi»l rei t illiiml i: . iCi* UfltM ut Ilio Tl'4i<>tiui:L'Ite .Mr. Oe,u\l, ni Ilio Suirir.i.  ■ii«  Il .i|<i'riil|.iiii ■ut milo. Ni,nh-fuMi llriiU  fi, S. TOI.I.IVEK  Ji miUSEY .VT l,AW Jorror»!.«, Ori-l-tiu Culi  , limi G  •II, (Iri-i-tiu (.'uuiily, lu El>..n III Uli lA'Pil IliKhkrn Ol  prmiiiitlv nilli'cliiil. nilliu lu íliluiifllJi! rubile S<|Uiirt.  Cu nll.l  Cliilm Animi  •tlùl .ltt.Mlll..U iilVlIiir}' i.'Iului« t llou«i-, wc»t [»Mj-.  nr«, F. 1). lùKKKSOLiE,  ISSTimOTOU fur Pliiiii, Oripin, nr ,Mul.Hlloti, .mi « fi.r irfjt«:Caity, Cil-,Hit will ■ ■  mhimiint«.' ' tt'ioniA «i lln  "^iilÄ'  , , »nilHu.lfnUii-I rinliÌi^m'A ur-Mr, IlfilicTi». Ea«l of tini l'ubile S(liliiri.,'Ni.«- .li lViT«oii, lumi. ■ ."niiwi VMIiUifi liiatnltlluimiir iu«lrimi"iita, oro ro-  OllMlfll III dlll. ,  .Vfw .liiliirwii, N.iv. ÍM. t,S(ìr.-aiilii|it*  iioiiatr.  IIOAUL.EV,  >nu. ^Tniintii AttimlluD li liÇ(» (itllfiiti t |loìull!<j''itiiiu\fj  /j a-  «.AKtiim______  nlalmlliJijmliilyl ninuiimliilo iHitli ìiu HIhiìm loavé Uli» U --- . Cilj, Slun.i Cllv»Uli Uli imliil' l!"«>, .'■•""111 nu'l « liiS Í " H.W. SMi.wiil!,V™i>r iil.i  Tlifc lliilil I« rututiliJuil mill Air-1. 'íliii iim|.riuli>r N iiri'imri'il lu iii:-» luiil homi. Clinri;.'« .ii.iiliuiiiu.-uitcl fur .I.'irirm.u, Kt. HuiIbi', Sui  W. B. MAYKS,  ATroUNKV .VT I.A\V, N Kil,'it»,..A'K»wil{ .lunurmm, «ics K «tVpnii unii ui«cil  , NOT.VUY l'TIllaO, ANtl IIKAI llrcrlir Cu. Iuk». AS'ill lu-ius uiUciUilhir imvmtti-«. Ali Uwiiuil Unii Ini.liiMii iirui„|,tlv nltiui.l.'il tu. Kiiiirlal iitl.'ulluli Bivcu 111 ...................... "ii'l "tliuKjuniI, MBiivlihic  tm™. i«viiiK lu«"'. iiiiii nuíviiyuuviiii,'. oiiii'O limi  ilimr i.urlii uf Ouiirl lluiiii^, «'.•.si »lil» l'iililit ¡'•in.ini. 17)1___________________  H, tJ. lUPPKV,  ATTOiISKY AT iÌa«', T.AM) AN» INflUl.kiidB AkciiI uiul Nuliiry l'ul.llr, Nu» J..ir.T»uii, llio"iii. fu., Iii»i\. \vm lUiii llrv Ili Hill riiiirlmil llruru" uiul iiil-i.iliiliii: niuiillw, liiiy limi m'Il i"ul oMulv, i«iy «.m", rullwt i lulnn, «iillln fHiiltr«, nuiUu oiiHiml.riuiilsli ub-•Irai isiif tl(l¿ 1.1 ri-iil Mluti!, .II-. Ali liwlriiiiiuii j uf «rlrtiil; ciirelillly illiiwti iiiul iii-liiin« .!ili!i.'il, UBlfli Wu.l uf tini AiiiuVUiin ll.ui(,i!, ii.-ruiia Uni sIi'ik.I. ^ ^^  "'hauvkv'I'OTTKB, ■ .'  ATTnUNKV AT I.AW,;Noliliy V».l'll". ""'1 1};»' J'"'"!" A«oul. 1)111«. In tu« Rimit llu»«», .li.'lli.ri>mi, «rwlio Cu.  luwii. ; ■ I. ■ ,  H ill iinirili'C Iiitírénioniiil nilInlultigvoiiiiIlM, In Hip niHirlrl nml Sunronip IViiH 1« i.f luwu. »kliIì ni-|iiiu«-li.ilgi.il, Uhilit-lliluglit «mi «nl.l, 'l'ninit i«iiil,Tllliw' lulliwil y,,Ue .......................................luiw uuriMlcil,  muliill Ullmr luofi'Mluu.il luinliiifniiitiuiilpil id ¡irumplly  «hit liMHmtu y. Viimiilllut Rttolltluu Blvilll 111 nil-«ctloii», li'llliii*  düctlíh ^r lilla stAiilo diftinK tlic'l.iit Ève rc.iMj.htis.Uecn at Ilio rate ofi 100 pior cent Pl'Uír riìiiijng "of Hoa»j,(or market in no Iciw jirOfllullí in It^ icsult». ,Sheep lipgi Mis rtiiiiCil'*Ìth liitlo or no tratihie,-: Ihe' naturai prodiielfòns-of ttic prairitì and'forcst affurdlné a pl.ciiliful B^tjiistance. The cereal and out crops grpiT lnxurianlly,;.nnd ali tVe (ruits of t«uii>(¡r»te cliniutca fmd hcre « congenia) aói^; fertile ánd product!»«; yleldiiig niineraís of the grcatcìt V.AÌIIÒ ; penctràlc'd by miraeroii« n'avÌA-a^lu rWers, and hordlred by tho noble Mùilmippi, ciwy and accMNiblu ; atid fie« from many 6f tbe dangcra ihcidcnt to ncrt'iy-selticd coimtiies. . Ji/ilfa (.fforij graat and lasting in diicenients to cniigraiitst and gliiers tu makc it (lioii home. Tlie Sta(c in «eli pri.Tided witji KiKirt imilìnil rondi), and tho rnllroml.s lufiV finished and othei» In coiitse of eonalruc-tion, fimi a ruiily .maiket fur Ihe '«iiiiiliiii (irii-diieo uf the C'oiiulry. *  CTC.  l'iaine larul prodcfioiiiates In tlii.ì Slate. It Is clnthiid in a rich thiciv gras» for gvuzliig { anuvding lhuu«indii of tona of hay to he had for only tlie cutting ; beaideB tho land you niay bave iiuder the piow. Tlie soil i» uni-veVialIy, good, bciiig airicli blaek inold, frpm 3to 7 fuet deop, with a day bottoin. 'l'ho State i» weli watercd by nnmcroin citfèks, tprings, nud i'lv-cr:<, tlowiii^ iiitu tlie Misiiiisip-pi aiul Slia30\\ri riveis, wliieii boiind tho state on Ilio east and west. The marginii üf the KtrcaiiH ave gobcrally thlckly tiiubercil. . . '' CÙIIATE, Eie.  'ilie cliinate of tlie grqat Stale of Inwa m excellciit ; Ilio air c.ipeclally on tho prainei, beinff dry and braelng. iTbe coviitry.gijuiral  ii1íV9l'fíív5tablo ptSrlion of tlic Union. Perlod iailitroczosííilo^'ovcr.thtf .prainc«, as regiiiar-]]■ OS on the ocoan, betircen tliu tropics. '1 ho UndijlD qii««tlái,,-fialccl(d for Ilio saltlementi |B iji ali rfA¡iccl8 cqu^l' io.lhe npit fik^oraljlu poi'lions of the Stille ; beiug high and dry, (reo frontali ohstructiuns -thut is. ready for the pUiw^at pnce-to nit|ch. so, thlit a family plantiiig òut by the firiit iif Jime, can niisu ali they rcquire, in frmn tu fmir luiinlhB— whfat e.vc(!pted.--71ímií Cotinhj l'uOm,  A-Gl'IlR FOa NtIMlAI,OlO- IfK'AnAOlIKSi'FAOB Afiuf;^, ASI) TooTHAimi».—Abiuit ten yeara MUCO,'iVritcìi a coricpp'iiidont <if tho JJuihlir, 1 nas iiiid ii|i .wUh an eicrueiiiting neuralgic liemliicho, whieh »eenied lo tMicircla tho ear 011 Ihat BÌdó ò£ il»! hoàd alone atfccteil. The Idea (liat the llcii'Iache liad Koiuelliing lo do wilh Ihu cai- |is a cviitcr occurrud to ine, al-thoii!|h,!ii the ear. ilscll' Uiuiu wuü no pain. 1 had il little almiiiiil oìl, hinl lilso epiiiU, iliop-pcd luto thè car, biit with'óiit any gnod ufluet; Vi'lich tlio tliouiihl siiggestcd ilself. that per-Impiallltleòf thoaniràthelioelhcV ("ol the nilriq) might do ggodi by dnnt|ennij; Ihe ncr-vpiis paini lìiail some drops of rcctìfiod siil-'i[)lii|rig c'thor,'tlierefovc, put luto iny ear ; iind Ili ilio courne of half art liour, niy licmlache wàs .òiilirély'g^ié^ I hnvo «iiicc foiiiid, bolli from *ny I)kvu occaRÌuiijii cjcpetience, and that  f T. (I. «TII.M,  rii.ll.Ti.riliir li Nulnry IMililk  STIM«, . .  1.1>. llnir.inii, Ulüi k Ü. (ì. * 1 . Knmryl'iilillo.  IIOWAIÌP A.  iaiilì*. ]-  Juffiir»!)!!, U|-ojiiu).Oo., lumi, Kuli. 'Ä 07.—liHÌ  R. NICKIil.. i . M. lUlAI).  ....  MìlKKhS XND.KBtìilB^'rAl'li AflkSfS, Metail iloor-wMl or Amorini« IJiiiiM, Nnrt'i^«"!. corimt l'iilillo Hniiiiro, OiiIMrdo«, tìrik-ilo Co', Jiw» fiM it Ilriiflii uii Now Vnrk iim/ CIiIcjiru .IiuubM niii».".!;!, JioiillitUiiijolvuil ùii lifiiiióul or iiir.ilmn; 0, Siltuiiil« nini  ■kiffiiffiiissi;»  »«Slcfc^fritoTfiitfli-WiHliilla »nult.'N. Y.,'« «fili National flíiik uf Clilciigu, >11. 1-f»'  AlDWTlJfíAfliJfi / , irin^Mku..  l&ÁÚ à «lJÍ»SEi:i..  .ATTOniflíA^ANUOOüNSUf.OItS AT lAW, JSOXA  lmni);»iM>aiMl lita Oiftiiitluii, 1» JuiillM»', Vnilml», mu-  .. . _ ... . ,. , -------giK, ,'íui  »riet jiiiil Saiwwno' Cqyrt«.- DomU; Murlpigim, .'fltu l(Oiia»,.W||l», (>»tr»ót» anü ullHir JoBiiJliiiMi» curoftillj i«nil corrcclly ilmwn, l'ruiiipt luirouiml uftoiitl'in b1t||ii in cnrrootlHg UllM, nnvtltli»« uf hUtatoii, luriiclMlnt  «iiuarii  of ofhiiréj.lluitiieliio'r BO npiilieil ail canes, an cre.'ctïial cure of lin  rOB »»mSTIJtf« I-fi reatas  Älr.i 'MiiÄSisiruÄ  qSSwoiia iiig-iMto Jul>>, runny Jub« und Sortomi Jolif, Puor Job« »ml Ófwil Job«, 1» » woril,  Vlic lloaliiitf Pool. '  '''-Itoun'br TonliE moiiian'tho Catve'or Ikiurepi  taaiJyjMwohi, »oU erwiw 'ImroiUiot!^' »»*^ » UliiiS mcaiuofrelKif, Simt In wMileJl«"«  1, li, in nearly use Vfi'j^ pniii-  fui headathççj jawaelies, and Uinlliachon, wl|ich ar(i'upniintmly Known ni< nouinlxic and rhciimnllì If il la a very severe i nse,. Iivn or ^^ reo days njay; elapse, dufiiig.iwhicli ll|«;pain înay be'à^t {biiccur.icspiélaily' frûni now and oven sllglii^íSiposnto todiaiight« ; lint iqieat-cdappUtalM pt iialCadij/.^vv dyopB, (y luda, uf other al a time, scema certain to «iihduu-t'ho moKE vicient allack, somctlnici in a Tuy A droji or '«■" "f rtliwondorol-ive oiKijfffirfroriJ juit mio llKj.ear, 1 Imvo thniiglit tended to protect fruui a neiy aitaci.. A®fjio'il I((t' »Q|netltnc4 gives palp 1«; thi? car fot- il lijalìront Wlilli/ bollii? applied, a Binglo drop ihoHld first of ali carefully bu pul lu,' lunj'thenmore. (ui tljo oBfe.-will ajlow-, imt I iiai-e íiéVcr snirered ÍTieÍeast bad clT.:cl, eithi-r Ih fnyllcarln? or ollicnvino, from tho use of eUier In this way, por (lave I hpacil of (»ny frum 'othor« Vrho IlKvo tried it at my reiom-tnoudation,  ' '"SnriRT.OAJ.M.—A young lady ha» written to tlie-edltorof lb« »Ui l'leiKHit /otirijui subB«»'- : iDp'iv ^À'-ttì the iviis«; l She'pointedly irtU' iht wouldn't bo inin-o in keeping \Vilh the rilU'S of propriety, for young gciitleiiton ji-licn ,thoy call upQiuyouDg Jadiee, instead .of slop-'ping till, tea,'jM¿y()?i',-iy)d tw^v«,o'clock «t ;iilght,.tofciai loffontc Bod mia-c aíiorler .vljiU. Shu says Bbg libo» Ihp coin pay of young gon-tltnien (most Iwilei do), but don't lilte lale j hpúr». -ÏÀkiyilMiep jo;)Hg;i9o'n jand gçy'e;»  yonviiolve» accordingly.  Okb Of ilio aenoít iitlliihtioDB of papor j> its ;}p'.iuii]^lnB',chi;p«e tóov's- Pop»' eheeie ,Mxyrwo.belbg introduced and aro «aid to bo 'misUng with dwldod approval.  Correspoadonco. if';¡  Wfittfii fur 111.! .».ir.mw "KiiJl  EDUCA-nON. 1  I^'ducalion i» the Iwic uf eucicty, ycligioii, and hiippinaiia, and, hi r«L«t, tiicrc U nothing that is pcrfcct HÍllioiit it. What would «nui or «■unian-kiiiil be h i thout eiiuailion ? fuittlic luiprovciiient of the Iniellcctiml powirf. ia wliat uiiikeB such yiv^t dj%cnct bi;lirccn ^n and man. It is mean« of ¡«diieii^ii that 8u«U great iuiprurcmcnta hà^« hcvfrinittj^ iii B-ienco.f Then do wo not um ererythf ' ed'wvAtion-? 'iur when., iró io^: liaclt'^ï  hna bccu; acco^tpll.j thV.ywìii^rc'of'-the-nitiion-,'imd,>'ia fi^r no .whole wurlil, ought wo not tn. rencw,ouc clieV gy, and give our wliolo mind and strength tJ the Cidtivathin of onr inUjlleçtaal powers t -'  lly hard ntudy we all c.m U-arn aonietlnirip of Dii« great »-(irlii hi wliUih we livc; 'Uttd-know Bomethiug aboufit imid by rçii|diiij;'yie may know ei'urylliliig that traiis'pirc.'! of any iniportanco in {ofei;;vv nations, as wcU'iw Our own, ftlthoiigh we liave nevor been from jour clilldhood's place. By the study çf the ajji and science of naturo uto can content ourwan-detiiig miudii ; and can becoinc «0 deeply ali-otiibed, lliat time will paît: swiftly, and (^ur lives, 11Û mailer liow, can be anient vcrj-. jileas-lyilly. I'': ' ■  It is ailniilled lly renuwiied physicians that the body \eìimrva ieiçtcUe, In ordcf thai it uay Ijo »Itong for tlii-. c-vcrtlun, that ifi rónuir-cdof it; and It is jml so with llie mind~it must iiavc food ae well a« the biKly. The luiiiir would ln'Como diieawMl and brukoii ihi'wn, and Iho whole counlitu(ion' iould bo but a fiali object, if it had iiiilhing to do bnt work, lyork, nil llie timo. I iiiivukiiown Qpr-fions who were almost depriviid of ihu lové {if liio cdiivaUiinal b'Snolics, atill lybai a'lifo tliey led; they c.ned nutbhig fur Bociely, re-liliion, or the funns of govcrniuent that aie 8.T. bonefieial to H» ; tlieir hudily strengUi seemed enfeiibiud.witli (lio cares iind tolls'Sf lii^ wotiii, and- Ibey eafed nothing iqr l^'e pleaBniea of life. '  What w'ónld Ibi« world be, if Wo,lÌ!»i\ notli-iniç to think of biil,;Our troubles and trials unit afflictions, ihat cpute moro ov lc>iii to j^s iilll piir life would lie only a dnidgo ; while uiivthe collier liand.liappiness reigns all aruuiiB. W^i^MVe meet with ijorroiv an{^ niisfiirtijnfa  ilvetv iif^tioiyledjío' t^i loview our nflhc-licitili iiWUlrn ealm mind, ¡nul an understiind-ing witl(vwlilcji wncmi lot^ on tlie rlglit «idc^ of all llilnigBKüViJiuf jlion^lfiil of tboiiaoplol lhal he pliieoiVupunl.bl».wovld Qod was,. .(i)r he gave them intullootnal powers to think and to undor.slaml ; nnil a i-on»lilulion forlho labor tliat i« rcqiilreti lu onr Uvei, and every tiling lhal man need« fpr the liody and mind. Yes, we can say that man i'a one of liie 110-biest works of ,(iod ; and yet how unthankful we are fvir hin bonntirul hand.  Rludy.i llien. is tho tbing. for us all ; .hy it wo can eommit anylliins to memory, and can coh verse, as well ns wrilo, on anysnbjeci.. In tilia way how miiny hiippy liours aro spAnt liial are' very heiR-ruilai lo Ilio mind I The I11ÔV0 wo stiiily ami lenin. Die niwe we e.m by so doiiig, our inU'llcctnal powers will stronger, until it will lie easy for us lii learn aiiil to acconipllih what we wiiril lo da. To cil'iimlo 1« no easy inalter, for it rei|Uiro» limo mill pationco, as well as liiivd work ; one iiai lo devoto to it ills every lhmit;hl, and wo can not nay «III1 pnisiriely lhal it Is evpr f.nislicd 'riierp Is over ciimcllilng new coming up lobe ieariiuil, (ind in order to kei'p np Avilh the tliiicrt, it is stuiiy, slndy. Wo see thatil is an (irdiiuiM lank ; hill Ihcn we can rciip Ilio reward, that can never he taken from us. Wlien we luck at all tilings in llioir right vli)W, thcro is notliin.? that can im neeompliahed willibut head labor. ICducatioii is fai-hetlor, and iii.wiTth more to any one, than all tho gdiiisof Ihl.? world ; Uiey miij ho slnien or sqimndered, burknowhulge ean ncvoi\ljo tali-eniiway. ■ f' . ; '  'I'lion why not labor and Ktrufflîle^ip lb« bill of iclence, stop by step, imlii ijie top Is gain-  A Remiulsconco oí Thnd. StoV.^^"" Snugly, m^^iid among tho mnuiiJliki^ uf Northcra Vertoont lit« tbe good fariniu;; (otvti of rcnchnlu. Some yenn lince, thO'tiTrltor, while pasting a few ntoulht in (hat hlU^ conn' try, Willi the piutor of the vlllnffii, mlíix^úné day on aged pnrlahlnner, who lived la a4ma\l  red lioiuo tu tho oultkirU of the iowiù.....It'  was duritig ih* wari and the wrltiklvd t^andji of the guml woman were cinployi i.dtii'Ká'Ítttng iockg for the soldici'i. Of cúiirw: (hc'Änircf-sation turned naturally upon theafTatiapii^p' cowlf)'' AVhilo talking of rroddeivt, and Co»{(r«a«, tb« niMO o^^^^ëni^ •wng'Vncntiöif^.' ■■Ini-jiiKilly eyes of our h'ogtCM^briglitçn^ and the latd : "It was oYOCtiuTo, on th»,Marin, TJiaddeiu htoY.pu« WM born," and tho pointwl io a gray farmV boi^e, {n,«ight, a mile or moi* acrow thè hill»' ' ■ ' ' ■ "Yeti knew lilm, ^hcn T" Va»k«»d., "Indeed i did, ina'Atu 1" ^M (.he enthusiastic reply. VWetiMii to sil ou the same seali'ilu iue old school hoiiM.down in Ihu hollow '' ' ■ ' - ■ ''U rciiitired Utile nue^tigning todn\w.froai the wi'lUng ami garrnloittD'old soul, tbqitory of lbs early lifo &f 'her^foniier'icbool n>a(u..  "The family Were poor," «he said, ' "¡lud Sirs. Slerent" w-iis one uf tliou hard-working jnothcri \rlio ^liV .fioin mortdiig till night, wéçk lu »ml yiecU OMt.^ Mio would diave wo:ked lie- finger» to tho bune, that her boy might get book learning, Tliaddeua wiu a sickly boy, and vcrj- lauio. Volks tieVer sup-posid tliey'd 1« al-ie lo r.ií.i¿ him. liiit Ihey lid ! Why I rciucuiber hiui ».i though I had seen him yesturday. lie was still und quick, liko; dilTeront from tho rest of boys-—niid somelitt.es tliev'ii laugh lit hlin, boy like, and mimic his limping if.illiy They didn't mean any liarm, but Tiiiy.bl(!im'wiu a sentitire little fviloiT, and it rankled. I ve always thought, perli.ipa tliat's Ilio rcaton ho has never bocu back to the ol,I homestead."  i\re any of the (aiiilly left here ?" 1 n^ked. No, not any neiir kin. The old.folksdied many years ago, of coursf, for I'm an old woman, nnw," and she stopped Id heave a sigli over the dead anil busied years. iVit, deary me I how plain I cap see thi\t.q|d«chui'l house, heiialh .Uinss, sho was (iiii-. tooclieri and 1 fomouiber she used to-go,rourtd »1151^.  inal(u"ua «Il still. .'^^^ars to uii^)' lo'tfiis ììnyi that I can fuel the dci)t of 6cnaVh<îùi|C4: thti'ii-ble on niy.lieail. I wonder if iTbaddoiutiiUi' Tens over rcnioinbors the old times. 'Tain't at all likely. 11« « had çu many other tiilngi lo ^iipik of. I ve heard thai he's got to be a great, man amongat 'em. there at. WashiiiB-, ton."  As I said, font years havo passed finco the story was told hni, and some items of Ilio ne-coi\nt llave escaped i"J ineinory. Hut I thinly 1 shall 'never lose llie tnipre/«iiin of that sail silent boy, plodding weiu'ily, and iiailingly over II1080 Vermont hills,—Imt full of liigli reso|ve In spite of nil, '^VUo'can till how much ijf ,th^ power whieli |.'i ftlt tlirpuglioui Ilio nation to-day may h'lvu been wrought lu to tho cbni-nctei-iof'1 haildoiia btevens, by the criiel strug;;lo of tiiat early warfare Î '''Hie sircngth iif the jillls," I tlioiigbt, 'ag J stood tliatiiliilit cm the iitep» of the low farm house and saw the sun set heiiind llie Ureeii ilouiil-idns, forly miles to Ibe westward, -Äliile the crimsim flusii of tho nfter-r'Iow reddened tlie While Hills, whpijo pyramid peaks are sliftrply dcCiied nguiiist' ifii^ky ns many iiilles to the east. How many nu'ii, who, a generatioii iiencc, aro to, stand as giants among tlielr kind, are to day conc(Mi!ed among these towering bills? In bow many obscure hoines'a piilieiit woman labors, ready to coin her very life'« (ilood, timt'the lio} of hev pride ipay |lse nijd shine, wlicn her own eyes are ejoscd., (ttlfl- Uçr own loll-lmrdened hiinds'r.'lded In their laut—I alniost said their 11 rsl—long reef? S¡>riiinl¡eli¡ (Host,) llmKl'lil^»-  ed ? 'J"liopléi;»ure of heing Ibero,, wljl^ yo strcngtli añd -»Igor to Iho boillly, framb Qod inádü for sileli ncliIeTeincnlí.^;" W)íóli'l|'o havo galned'linnwledge, Ihen wocaji pasa thè fast fleoiiiig moniouls, ami feei timt ihe gioat viclory Is woui AVu crwi llieo piw» "'ar Ufo'» wijTCS, lílíe a canno on tbe rlycr,^ ' tliat tjow and tlion needs a pulí al tho oars", to niako 11 gUde smo'iiilily thrpiigh'tliü ciiirent. . •  ■ DCI.iía Hiiowiv  JcfforiKiIvlQWn, Sinrcli 1, IS«"!. ^  .Tho Boaoty of íJonsolidalion.  Wo;iind; nn opportunity Iwice on yeslorday to iíay .fq|-v«Pl'rceiató, if oplnijiniro, Ihejieiiii-tiflil.t!itii;.},t6 pí poiis'olídttíibn of interest» l|iiit has rccènily talieu placo bctweon the Mor clianta' jlJpÍ9,n;nnd Anieriean Express Coinpa-nies. - {ín olilllo'packBgo fr6in Ibcino, we l,í¿á oncÍMidfe'l rcrcent more'lhan tho'old ralés chargod by ihe American .tóforp that fragd upoB the public, tho Mcrcl«int«'UÜion, wns liegotten ; and oiJ an artiolo fi-oin Mudi-BOU w'a paid/brty jiír ceni i/Vsir tho oíd ; American rale». As we prcdlctcd long ngo,"thc pulV licAipít ñow pay-a good round prico foí-'ov orythiiÍB handlcd by cxptíascqiuponli», .and  in ai^tlpo tq that It uustpivy the losses mu lained by'tho'Àm'orìcan while carjrylng 011 Ilio ¡ go^d sugar, war against tho M¿|-<í}áti,t»' l^nloDí £¡0 thají, instcfld of being tt'Wus^n^.vpif tliu organlvitWn of i^ifiMçrçljftnts' Onleftj will ^ve au exptp»lre çDiK.—Jaiutiille Ua-  Tim ÌSiipAU SlAi'iB pr*T«,-fjtrangolpsuy,, ^ho jUlIp ,ya|ik5e,Ì5tulo of, Vtìiniont„haojo.r lliVgrcal tagar jirpduclpg.SJute "f il,n) ep'i)ntry. ',l.puli(l()via, iil^vo KUitp f.ishlon, jiM mn^i ihft'^.ost ÌUM |ii)d plniiftirud' loiido,Ht' l'prptpctinn,''¡aiid a higli ta^l)T, ijrliilo tho ysrnjpiil freebprn fariuera mudo tho inoiil ipi-gari!.. 'l'iijjy ÌfiiTO UfiMle li, top, from, }liei,r sugar anaì)lp8,,wlilcli arp no troulilp or e*peiuo  KftBJ' W'i loilhiru "" Irouhlo after, b*.''"?  oucf'plw»ted,, ai)d oply n»k enougU of (lod'a grouuii lind bìup sky lo grpw In, aiid spremi tl«;lf bromi hraiielics lo IliJavcni, ; Jn/tho sprìng of iho year,'bufere crtber work ìa.roady, and liolhingila-pressing,; the goncrout .top bii-glris'lo iloiT, and tho boyb orni girl» ali oyer thè OroenMountain Stalo (goti ruarly fot Ihe pieSsantcst tlmpof tho ycar,.—"sugar mak-insi" Tb» labor is »11 fun iind fioliu, .mite») t»)>,.,i|tì{lViBpai'klng luid muliljiR inalch«.-,! ¡Byt dry lM»:«nd roivli" Jotro, .aiiglii to.bj|,Wfl.ci i witltOicse niQst valtiablc tteea.i ,'rhB)i!do >m; : com4onlywoll iq ;0Hr ileh«oiI«, »rrt iiipdc-mrtud oilght to be larga,cnoiiffli- lo jueilfy tbs : mirscrynjen jn BrowinB:tho<efl«;.tli«y;4,« mpr pio irBcs-rhy Un» mUllon- ,i.'.I"ho Itenjj^.pwsd ^huikdanlly-.ia 'carly sqmmet, ntul ,lcho luj^d no-4u)|rò» to be «own lMmodlntal)', asit wtU not gPi^liuU^ii f. xiuiìa aUow«di(<q l^cpma'try..: Jt isiwid thnt .sftpgf ihs butiornuV-wiUfivaKo UÀvo any^òf your roadcritried. itìr-ik. v' - . '  A Bloody Bevengo.  ; A yonnii man i» new stoppini; ni tho Kny CUy; HdUic, hr the nntiic of (Icorgo W. Portee, wlioio.pnreiita,! brothers, tUtcrHi.iiiid rcbitlVM, WCTU ali munlcicd at<Hitl«i)od, MtnncsoLi,,ln the great lodiiiii UlnsaAr« oMtiU^; Va li tho wdü survirnr,: nml wiu (ha only otto,loft to cntntnanicate'theiuoiirnfiiUntelllKiurekilhc  »»rcattetUriiicnt.. ^»n Juono Uii^f hour of rsaihal lie b«ia dtsnr; ouicaiih, aiidiirllh Iho ylctiiBï oti sarago fvwcUy ; csUrttlift In dtalUi before blin, b» took ii solanM vow of ,wngttmc«. , Ilow well hè .h(U t«>rfof«n««l that *owiíiMio nwíot;inay&]»iJBw;»ll(m- Wo,»latte (lint lu «ix jteara youn^ l'orWi- haa.'alonti ahd with tbo MsUtanco'oC nothins Bnt bb Crusty rilU% «e>^t to.^tbo hiippy ' buatinjf.tft(tnlud«.-tltc aouU of emu hundred and tlKhtlttdlan hmvUij. ^ llu carrtis -with liltttirt.pleco c{! Cano brake, about twelve htches In Lanuth;) and wbonArar :he killed nnjtidi.tu, ha would t^akv atioti-h ill thiH. ■ One huudttd hnd.elghi notchls.iirt ; now tolioeonuleJI on thüip'-úceóí .CftnB aUil lied to, tliq la«t, one being cut tìlj Obristtimui, laOG.:,, ,Smoly young l>ott«r. has^icdn an ay.  K«iite>iN.OU tiii)Xi>otalcp«o{ tlioa« who siaiU(htet4dlit«JtUidrvd. : U'h»-!liKllans.kllhid oiiilirac« rcprwiMi luti vet i/rotu'i rtearljr-lcv^jrv «TÇry trito on the plains. , By lilglit and by day he Imti fdHiiwea thcin, thrai«;h thei traok-IcHS fotone,over, diaioib wa»lttB,til¿ thu mono-  tniivsidrti. HUil ill IViOilcnely gluu.,3U(is-ha puri  aucd ills ïiutinip, until theioraokçt, tlie rill«, Alili tliu death yell : proelidiiiiid that aiiutbur red-skin had liscn senli lüihli.flutti al-eount, and sated wltli biogil. the vuniüoanve (if.his puisiicr. .Porter, ha» not pnMcil throiigh all tinse pelihius si'cni'S unscathed. Ill« body h.aii beeil nd.jU'd bj; i-Iíveti bullet«, and sbinli-ed In thirty-threo place* by Ihli khifii. lliit lie lias wUhstood all, come'èut 'vlcloriuns, find now «biblia with prldo thi (toplll« pf iil« prowess. ' Truly, .Iiis paVoivtli and-' rcllitlv^ have been deeply, téi rllilj?, averiged.-iiziiiAÙi jiic ïtmM. ■ '■ ' ' ' ■ ■ "1 >< Y' 1  ÜBOwixrt ITorä.—Tlío ftìllbtfinfe we íídn iroiiî  tlio Piurlingtoii'/idrt-JÎVe •''.' '''VÍ|íjmtitllti.r lifter a paper on Ihlii flilbject'is Informed Ibat lij ho at nil coni'pleto or icVvIcenhìoJ'ftùi II nií artl-tt'oiild far exceed 'dtp Irtlífls lilijjwcd liî tlij« lepnrluicnt. ' 'Tío Is "'^^rrti  w^ßh ^¿8 y bl^^^ ' forlíd''! tT  or Ve jiròcurea 'pralfí'hy (nibsciîhlnff fAr timi paper fora ydar,' nnd paying $2'Iri adVAnCU. ' "Hops are''dJœèion8 ;"l\kp tlio'.strawiidh'j^j tho maie and feiimle'grow on'Jjfffél-itil flaiitsi ono of the former being plmrtéfl'tnOTwy fifty f the híltiir. Tliey are lìsiinllyslit out froiti si.-! to elgiit feet apart in the vows. ' At sii feel I,ano plants are nTieded to an aero ¡ at aoven foot, 888 plants'; at eight' íéet CO.'j pliliits, It was fonherly eoiisldei-oi nccossary Ip usò two or three pola» to Cheli 1 ill, HUP 18 feel long, and lids made h|i alargli Itoin'lii'thè L'xpònsu nf sliirling a hop yaril.' In this windy cmintry il is l^niiBldi-red nitllli libitelr" no\'i- lii nao ono p'rtle trn fi-et'lo'qg, n)id'; stríli-í Iwmes 111 every (Ih-i'clliili filmi' i';ich,'ftíí Ibi) Vines trf rilli'iiir. Thliifs"ilainti!d 'aà a gréat ililpiovenionl 'liiilli ili i[-xpoliÌ!c iihd fnt.Viliy óf gatherlni!, ns thu-i-ilies wore ítíiiVli Ihjlired Viy bleeding, whim tli«y wcro cut'oft" tí) takn tlic pole» down for the piokevs,'llcfiiro t^ie^frost Itilli'd the leaves. ' '  "Ihc bop fever, is a provajling epidemlt; in WisciiitBiii, tbe price being kept up by the riiv ngefl of the hup nj'hh-VpV liiusê, lu'tlio ílaHleri Sliilo.i. 11 inifalil Iv ho ti-iiveliiig very rapidly westward.. A thpiiijand duilars an acre in tlie v(it,'nlar profit cluimed in thiit Slat«. Tbo c.t-pensp nf »tiirting ii y^i^ri) nf five acres, incliid Ing kiln,,presse«, ele.','is cBllinated in the qii 'lllorlty pK-eii ahiive, to be iijiwards of $'1,000, more than hall of lliis lieing fur periimncnt (Irtur.i,. Il 1. iiul wonll wbiU to go to Ih cxponse of fl.xliirea uocimmrf for the hiislnc|iii for a less areaof land than tllat, though" ^cy-líriil near iiel(¿hi)nw' liilgfil jirobidily' líjié lliii sninoliljiis, tlO.,'lf thuy juliicd together In building llieiii. 'llie abovo expenso fs^çid to hò all rcpalil finí first 'Bliinmél-, and a,íij'tílít df. liiiirly ilMObcViles, or nrarly fÜQO per aqru; profit the 'flthl'ycar. ITiip^ Veqiilto p good itfy »)ilnnd Boll^ and ilojfcdí'If^ovcrítl livery wlii ,tor wllh .a .heaj) wr^lnaijurp oyuv each hill riop. voota are ady-ertlsod ío'r b|i1o, In lliongjl,-cultij'j-jd papera." . ! V \  . Bp«akiiig Out. lu tho long fim tbv habll ór  tuuch'.or. wlidt 'bo'(;>ilui[fi atic tho man htms«|/, 'llto -  on tho man hlmsil/, Ulto-^iiRct^ç^'d^it hlj{ ' -, coBscionce and nlieti liU c'rewl'/r']|rei«iv]pr«mM,  tijncbllatln . (  himaglf, i^nd hardly know« "'  as a ui'iij, iind yifcat as a patlbsw.'. VfWWÄ^i Iitpcc^f of dccIIno'Js going vnyUíift/mábJ^ .  'terancm lack lb» wnnjith,-,lho ci««r't&>gv¡'lbi ' iliart) ntf find fn lti«1(tc«i tfijgit '  comiv, »lrai«lil from the heatfr imi^, btaiì»,  -often' WcV «dg« «itd- fllstlnctíiMs;  iba work pfmn bilcW«5uî«r,ini»ehlu«,'ifi .....  thiii of h l{vitVrtiilclfât:"'ïl liY<ÌV'Vlio èil^f reason thai nio^t mm,>ar«'*o inuch''nnallor thau ,ivi\nVo nii'nnt them to bo. Natur» ■infant IhetnWbrWïTTtlid^iU'iBrmiÂ^^ they ari iiun(*a Mfi] niì(>rV^iilód%l<f>ccau««> nomo oii.tuòlr %nUtes.,liavo npj, bc(i\i-oxa(el -ííUlqtvdl.. ïhoy will pet, ,mit fuy wtbnt thejr (biiik i «q- they ¿èç«;i>lf ykq mito tlic tiling Ihpj iivotthip—tlj» Qi^Wf soryotatviiictu.tii.wltoiir soaovl Js,Uia(i«>n8it(v p.({Saipn,vwt>oau Itymitf 4U'P:llia4o >tW ,tf(i.aji)r ,ttiic> plirwwt, puiictiifttifijl wWUi^Ti'mkfciHiHl unlp; w.Uc90 (h(qu«i gPKSi()iP(iid|L7,-«indintgli^ Ilip,l|iceii;«)<.; hyiiooiîiw..,  Híi» lniVi,«l.liniJ1.1ivlVit)ltí Vil tlw HitmlirtaJi'í girrowjsitfii iji moilcKn. eivUlnatium.., At .¡(Ufii^ men wínld iliK» tp iMd.tho.livoa mii,çW<fjl oitt for lliewby,ni»turp,.th«'y wottUl (ii)f«dily be very dlITurout from u fiuie vjf. Ilien'al ai|t{ luortdidwatfs.,! Koalti tpoku thu trulU undni^  1« vtlLof iwHo: c)(ttgK«r»Uon who« ,ho »»Id jlhal. If, Qiwh. wuuld 'i expresH himíolf, ,wP!u|d¡be,great, ;amtIiniaa«Jityí5vou4rt Iw i> gnuid iluinucrncy ,pf (priiati^íceV'^í'fi Hitmmit. . . , j  im— ,. . Itow TUB Altro«'» AlASAat^mgjn Tho Now y.utli'uorvespondent-ofithu'lkistuií Jfwml IplU how, t|w \l|[ï«g'Aatopi ifjí'maií'.. aglng and fncronslng th'o> forliino wl^Mr Ihjdt- ^ ;  ■'.ticcfltow hfít.lUMn,, áiili'.whftt.Jk'ammmtB.UM -"Ít^ Tilo 'Altóos will IHobahly l^o\if t;\'Wr pi-bpqll- , '. lyiíor many gencraliolis .tn como.' Wllllanrf ¡B'.')vas Irajiíed l>y'WAftvôieï o/  tbi' tlié bilaliirsi) Vita Vu^n, ¿^n^llwod In l,Iip gamo «lylii tlint'-mnrkod It bcforo hp di(itj.~> lYtlIlanv U., Astoi' ìimà .twp' fiuiiSi'<101111 Jacbl; and William U., Jr; -'piey havu bJéít^l-ífijU ly/trnincd to tho «anioiistylo oh biialncasdliiil illslinpiiisllcd ttfí^f fatlier and gtamlfàtlniiTM In tlui lillin ono'story brlok bullilîngon'riIiu;u Streot, loókliig llkuD .jiiUi.wItít Iron bars Iii front,' tho father.iind two ?oiis can bo «(¡<fii daily taking caro'of the Immoiissostato." 'Ilm aoils lire q aiut ami ròtlcout liko their futlier, Nolinnkflflik goasto Ids hnsineiis ranro raidi. ily tlmn ibey do. At, n given liunr In'thi'i nipriiing they.cutorUuiir oHlco. Afu-glvèil ifxiiv,' arni III nrnv, th«y walk down-Ilroadwliv to SVail stieot. '!Uel»ccli.two i>"d Ibieo, thuy can hp seen roturnlng from their 'doW||.,U)Wli ofliec. Thuyiai'o Sdldom Kcparal«. 'i'lioy itro eapablci lndiisfilou», 'ilpOnopiU'al, ftn(| ple-ém'-liienlly devoted to biislnolwi kjhoiild theli-fatlKirdie to-iiiorrpw, ovorylhiMg wyiilil bo taken np, just wlieru lip kft U,iind «11 his plimft lid Im carried-out,< pov would uiiiy thalij^o )o. innde in the mqdo of dolpg tilings dái!n¿ their ilfelinie. Tim iitiiiost cavo-ivas taken of tlu-ir uncle, iKilip .lucoh, wl(n dleij (lie ntli.-r iiy ,|Cvcry winh of hia fatjicr )n rc;,'ard tp him wiw scrupuloiwly airrl)id out. Ills liiiu ru.slileiicu on I'oiirleenth slreot, with its gar-lien occupying a wliujesiiniiré. wlthilácoacbiji» and horses, wpro.preserved to him to tholflsi. ft li, rili-e tliiit three gencrafions of men oxh|(i-It Wil li (.-liuïftct.c.r^i;-»- 'J'Utovrn .lu^ojpirioes, Us coiunmndingiiltijaiiuii would niako thei^ij^ lor Iluiiiie 11 source o^ ro^liniia sKi'll. on lleiiii  w  never beciiine as a hotel, Iii ils fuiiiidcr, though dead, stll  il wljl bo, juubably|d»i|ij(j Iho^llfiitljiy. of lis prcBcijl owfier, : ' . y. ']  it th(> >vl«hes çit jirevidj, ai\d |v  . rtimfi .wM »0 liit«aaeí)t¿poMto that  as h&pttsaod,a hon on her nmst, lie said,"don!t  Pnoariiiioi-'s ano Piioi,trio MAN.-r-Mjf.- Uiib Rrdi'in, n-ho reaidoq cight inilus .lyoalì oMlil> city, hasa'spleiiilid farm^of.liiW iicfis'wotlfi .In addillon lo this ho hnsa famlly" .of,fe/(/y.pbjldrPOT^tn-i;)Yo Uoyiisnilti/ìthtgiila '-^niifl ali of-thim alito, Wclflnjf, and ha^py, an'd.all good folka.r . Whon tboy Wwifc ìp get «p a Thunks^iving dipv'cr,,or an.tìTW)li}g party, tnoy do »'t'haro to draw on tholr tlolgh hors »t,all, Init.liav« peópio fijoqgh al iiom« ^ and, we suppose,..If lhey.àro ali religlous (ns Uiey ougbt Ip Jjo) llipy can lmv0 ftcairopi>)ccl-¡ngallnloBi liy ll;e^caJ*(!fl,wli«lJOYBr. tÌj|} pplr-M^ jiioves thiini .,Thoy,aje.a good /wtilly, and .a good dcol of,af4mily<;^Woi»w Ihpold geu-lUuinan-r-afipcIooklqg old jni^n of lf^yr-fin,, ftpiUgpfì p9Hinjit-"in,,tpwn .y«alordayi,(iHil giit' ,{.1)0 abovo ilsni^ ont pf lilo), witlioat.jii^ «^s-,pl«Ioi>ing.»wliat wo wuro affo).-;, ; loiy/v wpftW toi) tkfnfutpd Jptt.^uch fajnllids to copie liitU- ' •:er,thli).«Brin6-Tr-i>Wi //ejij/ir, ", ,  . Ah Omo statJstIcIiui («tlutatGS that, a few «ygar* bonco/^dw .York, iPcnnty^vi^^iiQhlo, .'Iiidl.ina,„-Ulinuis ai>4Jllywouri' wfireMli con-tftui6jOQO/)OÒmiiabitailte. - '' '  , A tp I!v?'.-jJ!?a MB«,rr'i'(p) followlntf itngifeationB'in .teiiitioil .tp thii>.>l4pro«slQn of trivile aud llii>.s<it'(i;,mu(ürs,p{,riir)xlqg U,. .a^o ap^Hiin»lbl|ií'that eveyy !{nialueiiii inao shuulil put l'iiopi pul and put tlium whero tlioy.Tnay ,1)0 eyony iijay oalleij to miud,; .Thpra lír,ni> royftl road 1« siiecc»» any int\r,o thiyt to loara- • liigcbut tlippouruo hvrn polutíjlítiiit.ppinp» w» ncnr to ti»? /íKliigf* :Mií!hway,'',.w( niiy that oan lio found : "In tlieso linces t;ownra biiid-ness nieii ^to Ilontí Vriideiwaniid ecomoiny, of cí)Ui «o, m-o tho lwo greal It-Stons tu he líarn-ud i bul tberu la ónu parí > of llieso lessonA * whioli'lli.(hill timcH is especliiliy apt to befor> gptten.: III! snre of une tiiing : wliotoveryou l^avo to Bill, thero nr'o many pooplo ready to luir, «ven Iii llie n)Ost:duprviaed_ aeosoni, Ji'jiiilillisin'Oiil.; eliow tlifu youz.wñrcs ; |>or< suade them to biiy of you raWior than anoth-Whon Ijuyctsiire reluctnntíiwllcrtfiiftust be activo. It Is iielther clieap sor seniilbjo to plitfliirbehind youc pounter, apd wait for.lho 'bus,{cof trado to revive..: .Vi^ipn biislncHis dull, that Is thi) very-tlmotoadvertise. Iii Ulio-lli'st'iilaeo, tliat wlien yon muct-micd t«» ;lidYertlso j nndiinvth« seconU,lUmt Is iwhei>_ ,p«oplo derottntiost Umeito roodrng.tha newb-' po¡icrffjnnd- c&il«e<liionlly wliéni^onr-adyer-'tlioi^i^t Is iniist'Bonjsially sciiii'- A tiiw:dol< laritil/iveslad In tbc coJumns. »fjtt,good'ii6*»-tpapoí, )WhIch:cverybódyJ rcads^í wlll-do mor» . to'f^evlre a slugglsb' djuilaoMi!' than- «iiyUiing «Mi lu tbe wórlil,- ■■>'   

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