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LeMars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - August 27, 1901, Lemars, Iowa Publisticd Elvery Tuesday iiiia^cMik>hauujiju]Ui,^iit.,iiwii..�v^.Lf..||,|,^ Do Men Prefer the Varnished Woman? By YVETTE GUILBERT. The Famous Parisian Chartteuse ^rifMJMjiiinwi^MMH'"iM"^Mi'M'MHi)(r4ijiHiv-'n'''''n''n''''ir"n"''M'''iiiriMui'iMiiM'vf^ I'TEN yow mon sav \vc arc paintod CKUSIIEI) UNDER CAR AVllEELS. STEWART GWYNEE. OF OMAHA, PALLS llENEATIl MOVING pnElGHT TRAIN. Fatal Acclilenl at Wostricld. In Dead Man's Pocket Was a Lcttsr From an Elder Brother. KILLEIi AT COKRECTIONVlLLi:. J. II. Cave Kills Joe Sullivan, a showmnn, In Self Defense. l)_v oursc'lvos worse than .'.'^ - one pI.^o. ;iuv OF COURSE WE ARE PAINTED E3y OURSELVES, AND WITH a VENGEANCE. The wliitp, the roiigp, tlio rose, the powder, tho crjBam, the vnsolino, tho glycerin ami all ot'-oi' prothicts of the chemical laboratory nro sprodd upon tlio face i ""> oxpBot t'ui to );ot tills DViiil tor.M by uuy slow i-unnlna." Tlte Wsliop UeU oa esolaimo.. i �^wcar. You'll novcT f,'('t to liivnni.' ' The raili-iii'idi'r then ii'iufiiibcii'd tli:i '111' vrpnt to ilinri'b, n'.L;n-tti'd liiw li lu-per and kept slill. Tlu; truck lli v.- on aroaiid sharti otirve.--. wiiit-li ,icli."! -..mi .swayrd Uu' fi'.r, (liroalctiitii; to r'>;i I I In- liish.jp (iff. 'ICrop Htill, old iimii, and we'll I'l ( hi'i't' all ri^'ht, bt,t ( tell yon to kiTp slill iiiid don't boDicr nii'.' siii'l Walil. Thru llic bisbi?;) ivas ijiiiil ;iiid held (111 to the llat'sldo of the iiir, j^hiii his cyo.-i and cntnislfd in jliiivcii hh the car raltled and rtlaniiiied down thr hill sidcH and over (roisIrM, (.msslnt; ravinoH and tlirougli muadow.s nnlil finally JIoluHvillo was ruiicln: 1 and the bishop was Hafoly delivoroil. "There, I gocMH you'ru ,all right," said Wahl to.Mnini; tho mail hag to an otUcial, "This is buaineg.'i, yon know. S'loiig, " and lie and tho lii.shop si-paniti'd. Tlio cliiirohmiui wiped tin dust from liis face, nloiipiid ahoanl a trolley car and got in in tinio to moot bis enuagenient. It was Biiirli a novel r\|iii-iriicc lliiit, ho related Iho Htory of Ills iouviu'y on a handcar lo Ibo young pci,ple'n nii-i'l-ing and cautioned overyliody lo h.jlil bin Icminr and novcr �wcnr. W'ltUl Huiiled when ho learned wlio his pay-Hongur was, bat was .soi-ry that ho hail not been more teinpevalo in bin talk. "But," said bo, "I did iiol want to bo bothered in jjetiiig iiriil through." Attacked by a null Akron Uegister: La.st Monday iuoniing James .JoluiKon was tin' vie lini of an attack bv a Inill in thu cnl tie yard of A. liakor, aoiitli of town. | The animal turned upon him iim-,-;-pectedly and knocked him down, and then began to bunt tho proHlrato niati viciously. Alanson tiaker, who waa engaged at miiking a abort diBtaiioo away, camo to the rescue, armed with a nei^k yoke just as tho bull had succeeded in pushing Mr, .lolinson tbrousth the feuci!. Mr. .lohii.son walked to bis honio, but tla^ jmiii from his injuries soon made uuceHsary tho atlimdance of a ilortov. Ono rib was fotuid to he broken and llioni wore many bruises on his body and limlw. He has since been conliiiod t liis bed and is sull'i-.ring much pain. IC Uio nil had not been dehorned it is very likely j\lr. .Tohnson wonid have bi.on killed. Still FlowB PIcntltiiMj. Akron Tiibiine: Tim big wpiiiig Sioux City Journal: A freight train which arrived in ,Sionx City over the -Milwauiikeo road shortly after 9 o'clock last night, brought tho body of Stewart Gwynne of Oiiialm, who had fallen undi^r the tritin iit Wosttield earlier in tho evonim^ and who had died on the way U> .Sioux City as a result of hifl in.iurics. Gwynne was trying to catch a ride to Sionx City, As the car ho was on ^ylls being nncoapled from tho train ho made an unsuccessful leap tor another car and fell beneath the wheels of the moving train, A partner who was with him did not remain in tho vicinity after he had told tlio man's name. The body wiis picked up by the train men, and a Iiiiysiciau found that both legs and one arm had been broken. Gwynne was unconscious. Ho was put on tho train to bn brought to .Sioii.t City and placed in St. Joseph's hospital, but he passed away an hour and a half later in the vicinity of JelTersoii. Harry Fishloigh, a brakcman mi tho train, wn.s (lie only wilne.s.i to flic accident. In reliiting the story lust iiiKht he said: "As we came through AVestlield at a :"0 o'clock we came to atop in order to uiiconplc an einiity Lo.v car ivhich iv.i.s on the rear of the train. We were b;icking up on a sidetrack, and I was inst get-tin g ready to loosen tlic eiiinty car wlo'ii I noticed this man atlcimilim; (u board it, I (old liini lie li,'id bc/lcr get oil', l/iil In; p;iid no iitlentioii lo mr, ami climbed up ii the niiiiiiiig b-iard. "I.then uiuM:ipled the ciir, ninl when he Miw wliat I hiid dene he m:ide ii run for the next ciir aliend. but by Die time he was re,-iily in jump the cars were s.i fiir apiirl llist li" fell to the �riMiiel and was cau^-ht under the �.i''el-: ..l' tlie mcivi iiu' irain. When 1 (l.i'niiiiie.l till- (Ml- ( ii.'ld HlVill the >ig-iinl lor the eiii,'iiic.r t" stop, leil the irain did not come lu :i stviidslill nnlil (iWynne had been pretty biully cni'ihed, W'c immediately siiniiouiied 1);-. II, I), .\reniiec.--, of iVesli.ld, who attended tlin iiij(ir(>(! ni�ii. We then |.ol the luaii oil tlie irain t" 1/ring him 111 Siie.ix City, the doctor coiiiiiig aloii','. Tlie iiiiin lived iibuiil an hour ,uii| Ji halt atler tlie]|iieriilelit, " The body was feliiovcd to Wescntt's iiior:,'!!''. (.'oroner Wiide will bold iiii inijuest at 1 o'eloek this afternoon. The dead iiiaii seems to have been about I.'.') years of age. He was siiioolli f.ieed and heavy set. His clothes were plain. A letter was round in the dead nmn's pocket. It had been received by him at .Sioiix Kails. .South Dakota, and was from his brother. I'ercy K. Oiwyiin li'ib'i Twenty-fourth street, Omaha, II: svas dated August -'I, The letter adds a touch of imthos to the atl'air, iiiasmiich in it is full of brotherly advice and words of en-coiiraiiemeiit, 11 is to bo taken from the contents of the niissivo that young nwyiiiie had written home in rather a discouraging stniin, fur his e'dcr brother nrues him to keep a still' upper lip. "Whenever you feel bad, he writes, "remember llio jioor cripple' who liaven't even the chance lo make an honest living. " The elder brother advises the younger OIK! to avoid in-tempia-anco. He asks him to remember (hat he has a home and many friends ill Omaha, ''Yon are young, strong ;iiid healthy, and have a fiidire bel'ori you," he wr.ite, little realizing thai within throe days his yoiiiig(;r brother would bo lying on an undertaker's slab. The .Milwanukeo oOlcials last night notilied Percy K. Gwynne of tho dead of bis brother. The visit of Pawnee Dill's Wild West show at Correctionville lust Saturday resulted in a riot yMterdav morning inst after iuidnii;bt, in wliieh Joe Sullivan, an employe of ili" show, was shot and instantly killed by J, Hartley ('avo. n young man ef ll:e lown who was with difflculty rc-;e\i 1 by ofHeers from the infuriated nm'e .if hundreds of .showmen, determiii'l ii;ioii wnsck-ing vengeance for the le.iiiicide, Tho rioters bpsniged thi'l'etty hotel, in wdiich Cave had taken refu'^'e, breaking windows and dnirs and threatening to burn the house. After Cave's escape from the (own in charge of (bo ofllcer.s, who ':ir.i\iiiht him to Sioux City for safety, tlie mob caiiuhl a member of the Ulinnis Central's bridge gang, whose name was not learned, supposing him tu be Cave : and not until after he had been slugged in the head with a Hlungshot and cut in the back with a knife was he rescued and his assa.lants cuuvinced lie was not the man wlioshel theircoiii-piinion, Denny Sheriff Jt. K. 'riioiiipsou and Special Policeiiiau H. White, both residents of Correctionvilli', who brought Cave to Sioux Ci(y, declare that Cave acted in self defense in .^hooting the showman, and Dr. H 1'. Uandolph, mayor of Correctionvillc, s,:id over the loiu; distance tilephoiie to tin Journal that this is Ih" uiitiHiiimuiis opinion of his fellow citizens and that Maj. Lilly, wle' is known as Pawnee. Bill, the propriet i r of the show, and R. W. awain, iiiaiiager of the side shinvs, dei'.ireil the siiuk iudgiiient iilterevamiiiiio; the circuiii-slitnces. Mayor Jtaieloliili also said that (,'avii is a highly rsiiecled yoiiie/ man in the coinmnnily: never bi-t ire was engaged in any ilisturlianci e.-ccejil lis a ]ii-acemal;i r. Ill ,-111 interview al llie iail, yoiiii Cave Slid: "1 ran frmii the crowd for a dislaii......I' lOU or -"leU \:nil< and tlicv tiiially brouj;Ul me I" liay in the hotel I turned 1 lien mill was cniifnailcd by a gaiec d' cou-boys ;iiel i ustali"iit some witli knives aiei s'One witli '.iuns. all of them Mlliug and evi deiitly deteriliiiu'il (m iiijiirin," nr kit liii;^ me. I warned tiein t'p k.cp 1 r I Wiuilil ti'.-c. uUiiilbl�abu�laiiit�iUliliiiiUuLii�iUiatj>>li>iaJUiiat')ii!)iiuiii-KlUiu4liiu^ How Strikes May By ANDREW CARNEGIE ^t^r'>|i�"'|i"'1'S'P|"'iir'uirMMi"i'|i'|i||nii|i ii
3. .Anybody down Kentucky knows what '.i horn' Is and how It got Its name." "How did It get Its name'/" ln(]iiirod bysl.'inder. Well, iilciiig nlioiit too year.s ago (he Urst distillery ever establlslied In Tennessee was set lip 111 Davidson county. It was called llie Ited Heifer, iind tlie customers who iisseiiililed at the slill, specially i>ii Saliirdii.v afternoon, to drink aiiil iramlde. >:ot in the lialiit oC peaUlin; 111' a drani as 'a horn of tlie ifei-,' .\s 'I'l'iuiei-si e w;is (hi; first slate to be setlli'd west of tile .\lle-Kb.'iiiies Ibe iilii.'iM' spread all over llie west iiiiil soiilliwesi, liiially belie,- cdu-traeted into (lie slie^li,' word 'horn.'"- Xew York 'I'liiies. r.AVi; r,ivi;'>i ipa i.iiii;uty. ' ''"''"'if ^'''l ''''"d of town a few weeks ago has '""inals. Tho display ot tarn, pro '.urbod. but it still continneM to It has south been flow with iiiibated vigor. Hlojijied the (low (if (lieHeveral other Hinallor springs nearby and has now begun the process of lowering tlii! tor in (lie Wells in its vicinity, gusher promises to provide soin, ing problems. Advertised Lsllcra, wa- Tho vex- Dick Robeviiou .\, l>ettv y K. hi;(ii;i!',VTay, li'lmenco Jones H, E. Hiiikley Amo 10 loar. M 5 uer csnt' E. nomarsua R9(chniahn'M?w Week. duets promlHes to bo much belter than at lit'st antieipiited. In (he speed lino many u.xcolleat eiitrioH have already been made and more will bo made in tho neitc few days. HepreHentativeH of oar associft (Ion iii'o al the .Sheldon and Fonda fairs which are being held this week securing additoiial entries for tin races. Many now and novel attrac tiouH will he on the gromuls to outer niiii the (hon.iamls of visitors who will be ill LeMars next week at tho tail'. U(;\riit4ti oa firn and tornado insurance frwn ' Thom�rwni Rsfphmann'* Mw block. ?9Tt my fellow cHl'/.ens to accept 'tho WOULD LAY IT DOV/N as a maxim THAT THERE li KO EXCUSE for A STRIKE OR A LOCKOUT UNTIL ARDITRATIOM OF DIFFERENCti's HAS BEEN OFi-EnSD DY ONE P R. TY AND REFL8.-D OY the OTHtft. No doulil .-Ti'iiius trouble attends oven arbilr.ilian at pres. lit i'l-i.iii the diltii'ulty of prncurinjr suitable men In ji:ilo-i' iiitelli^roiuly between llio disputants. 'J here is a natural (ii.siiK'liiiatinii aim ug bu-^iuo.-'s iiu'ii til expose their business to iiieii in wlioiii they have nut entire conrulonce. Wo lack XI far in .-Vmerica a retired class of men of afTiiirs. OUR VILE PRACTICE 13 to KEEP ON ACCUMULATING mors DOLLARS UNTIL WE DIE. If it wore the custom here, as it is in J'",ii,t,'l,'itiil, for men to withdraw frmii iictivi! InisiiiesR after acquiring a forlinio, this clasi woiilil fiin;i.-li (lie proper arbitrators. WHAT WE MUST SEEK IS A PLAN BY WHICH THE men will RECEtVG HIGH V/AGES V/HEH THEIR EMPLOYERS ARE RECEIV-ING HIGH PRICES FOR THE PRODUCT AND HENCE ARE making LARGE P.SOFITS, AND, PER CONTRA, WHEN THE EMPLOYERS ARE RECEIVING LOW PRICES FOR PRODUCT AND THEREFORE SMALL if ANY PnOFlTS, THE MEN WILL RECEIVE LOW WAGES. If thi;' plan can be found i-mplnycrs and cniplnyeii will be "in the j^iiiiio biiiit," rrjuicing tugetber in their prii-]icrity and calling iiilu |i!;iy tlu'ir fortitude tiif;etlior in iidvcr.-ity. Tlieri' will be no roi'Ki I'T i]r.:in-els, and instead of a fci'linp; nf iir,t;:;.;.'uisin tlioro will bo a feeling uf partnership bet:\veeu eiiiplnycr.-i and employed. i;i;msi;n wmioisas. fiiirter Siliiei'MtIt lonn. .\ worn ^r:iiler Is retrardeil by some [Kople as osed to do so. .\ lirid.- Nlioiit.l alivays wear a liliii' Ilk ),-:iiier at tier we.Miiiu'. lie r j,'ailer Is oflen i-'lven le-r by a frldid u le> has laU'-ii away Its newness by wear-In;^ it a ('c\'.' tlUM'S, .'��ays Home Noles. 'riie wcariiur of 11"' (-ailer does not end till- ritual eoneeriilii-.; It. .\rier llie weil.lliiK (-.lenmny it le oKlior cut Into piece-, OC Ijiddvll. Wllell It is hlililejj, Kie bi'idi-. lunlds kimil Vol' It, and llie fimlir 1 : a'^iu'cil ot belnv,' happily niar-rie.I i,e/'.ii(' (lie year t"! niil. Wlun It U cut, 11 Is divided aniiiiit; the liriile?:. nialds lo pive lo raell ;;ood luck lllld a devoted liii>liaiid. .Soinetlmcs (he briilf lic. - I'liilonieiui lieck, both of Ken.-en. were united in iiiiuriiige in .SI. .Mae.s'r. cliuicli in Kchim-ji, l.'cv I'lll liei- .Si-liiillc, olllcia! ilie. The bride i-^ 1 lie ac'-oiiipli-le'il diuiu'li-t,r of .Ml- and .Mi-i. Mic'iel liec'if. |i.oii-eel- n sid-:iits and liiglily l-e>pected cili /' ijv of llem-en. Tie' ^Tooiil the olile;,' -on of Mr". .Man-aiel Schu'.t-,-, .tlld a (M-M! ielli.lll de-erviiig of the re.-jiect ibiil is ijcneri'.lly eeeonlod bilii. When the hi.lis jn tli, lidfi-y of St. !Miki'j'� ehiiri'li pi'oi laiined Unit tho lilir when (In: cei (Oiionie.; v.ci e lobe (lei (oriiieil liad luriveil, the largo chuieli v.-ns lilled with reliilives and fileinU of the eonliaetiiig parties, to witiie.-is the arrival of liio v.'cddidg oor-le;;c, and Ibc iiM|/o,TiiiL' crreioonle.i al the altar. .Mi. II. Seliiiltz ot I'arkers-li�i'g, M I', t'liinl! 11 roll'of Heiiiseii, and lohn Sehiill,'., liroiher of the jm'ooui, ^ave was calb'd together .Siiiiilay hen it beard I lie (estimony of Dr. W Swain, one o|' Ihe niaiiii'^'ers of 11 show, and t V,-.I of till, grls who wi present when tic trouble sdirlcl. Ijoiirneil to ye:-terday, when the i-v nee of llic billowing was taken Special Policeman K. H. White, Slii ilT Thciiipseii. I'. C. Stetzell of Wat oo, a (raveliie,' man; .lack Yarney, Idii Grove, 11 ti-lephone linenmii and 1'". H. Anderson. Tho Verdict nf the coroner's jury is iiH follows: State of lo.va, Woodbury county, hs: At an iiniiiisition holden at Correctioiiville, Woiidlmry county, slate of owa, on Ihe -'.'itb and ^llth days of August liail, before Justice of the 'eace \,. P. Adams, acting coroner, .i|)on the body of Joseph Knllivan there lying dead, by Iho jurors whoso names are hereto subscribed, , said jurors upon their oaths dBpo,se, after having heard the evidence and examined said body: Wo do lliid that tho de-ceasoil came to his death by a gunshot wound in llu' head caused by Hurley Cave firing a rovolver at the said .lo-seph Sullivan. Tho Haid Harley Cave acted in self defense in tiring ii shot, and was einiri-ly jnstilied in no doing and we hereby fully and completely exonerate said Harley Cave in his act as above set out. Given under our hands at the time and place of said iiiqnisitioii as iibovi. mmitoned. A l>:MO�>v(.ri.r. Bobby bur:;l Into llie house In a s(a(o of lilgli excitement. Ills bands iiiid elollilng were smeared with a liberal iiiuonnt of some sticky Kubstaiice, and Ills I'ace wore u glow of ti'liimpliaiit .i-'.'illsfjictl'o)!. "I say, inaiiiinil, those new people across the way don't know much!" he exclaimed. "Tliey've got a sign on tbi'lr front door that says 'Wet Paint'.' " "And you are covered with It! Von (lUfjIit to be ashamed of yourself!" said Ills motliei' severely. "That sign was put np to warn people (o keep away from It." "Vi's, itiamiua," persisted Bobby, witli the eiilhuslasni of a richly rewarded scleiitllic tnves(lKa(or, "bii( It wasn't p.iiid, and I Iciu-w It, It was varnish!"-r.ondon King. Atl'iln^l Cummins, The districi eourerence of tho M, B. cliiircli belli al Kiugsley last wook ado[del the I'olluwiiig residntion whicli will bear some political signiliconco: We are i^i'i iitly ag.,'rievod that by a combimil ion of jHiUtieiil circumstances till' opiinrtuiiity has been i;ivon for the ..iiiiporter.-' of ii legali-/;ed liquor tr:i!Ii.- lo gain siipremacy in tlio dominate parly of our state and to pbicc in iioniination for the (irst po-.-.ilioii in iiiir coniiiioii wealth one ^who ha:> ever stoeil lorllieir interests, so far a-, his public reconl is concGrnod, lieli-.iyiog Ills pirty in the timo Of its grea(e:;t need, r'lnniu:; on an inde-priideiit, licket for the Icgislatnro and seciniiii,' election to aid tile return of the legali/.ed salo ui. Jtecoi.oii/.iiJi,' (h.'it (li(i issues raised in th� itoniinant jrirtv are trivial and ir-reselenl, and Ihe failure of the platform lo amioiiiicc the reformation in-omised a, ruse used by Iho tools of rum to conirol (li.- campaign wo clial-leii!,'c them lo |iro\e the contrary imd iii sliow that the nomimit ion noted 1b not a reward for services rendered the iiit'amoiiM liijiior interests. . Persuaded of 1 he foul and clandestine treatment of the 1,'1'eiitest of moral issuis, ill llici villi of not clcarlug up of va'.';iii' statements in tho platform and leiw.-it'.ipei.i and tho poaftivo "fJrOH-lMK Oown," Kverybody has noticed that In ex treiiie old age people grow rapidly shorter, so (hat a person formerly of average height "grows down" Into jiilte a diminutive man or woman. A German contemporary points out lliat this decrea ,e of height beglim as early as (he ag(f of y."* years. At UO, we are told, llie liuiiiaii body has reached Its full height, which Is relalned for a few years, after which the "growing down" proee.sH begins. AI (list and for many yeara the inoeess Is ho alow as lo be almost Imiiereeptlble, but at (he age of about (!0 It begins to be noticeable, and afler 70, even lliongli a veteran does not stoop 111 all, (be fact that he Is served ii'i ts'sl iin'ii, wliilo.Miss Cclia tieiiloijs of I.e.Mar.-, Miss Mary Schaul staleiiieut of said of l.oMais anil .Miss Cliirinila Wagner I'l-'t \vliicli le,-iv of Alton served as tho bl'ide-i maids Miss Piilela lieck ol lliiv/anlen iicled a, tlowci' nii'l and Mcnsrs. arty. Iti Solved, tlial wu will use every honorable endeavor to compass tlio (leCcal oC III,, head of Iho republican lic-kel and n-buke llie lu'eientions and usurping spirit of (he Hiiuor forces. Guts nucU Pension. Altrou Tribune: Mrs. l.yde A. Har-cirigt(;fi liiis been allowed hoi' claim Of back pay Irom the pension bureau on aeeounl ot her deceased husband, Bi'aliiaril I!, lliu-ringlon, ut tho rate of tl'2 per nionlli, coiiimoncing from tho date ofhbi dc:ilb on August .H, 1802, to the llmo of her appllca-a widow pension under iho general law. Me. Harrington onllstod fur mitary servleo at I'ilmlra, N. Y., la Co. C'. .'tOth legimonl of Now Y'ork vol-utiloor Infantry, al lliu broaklng out ol the Civil war. I'lo was aculdontally cut In tho Iniek by one of Ills comrades, which disiibled him for fiirtbor military sorvlcc, and partially for manual labor during llie rest of his llfo, i AnoUicr Rural Roiiio. fjong-MoHcr.- Itev. I*. Iloeppnci'did on Tuojidiiy inoriiiiig of this week, In Akron Tel bum); 'J'horo has boon olr-Ibo Kvangelleal eliiirch In Hoinscu, ,;ulated and sent lo tho pobloaice de- blchfi tl.....nion of Mr, Louis l.oag and p.^rlinenl at Wa-bliiglon a piitltloa for Miss l-oulse Moser. Uio cHtabll-bne-nl ot free rural routO The ceremony was wUiiesbcil by a No. .1, which would run from Akron In large arsuinbly of friends and relatives ^ soutlie:iatei'ly dirisjllon, passing with-of the young couple. lioth wore born ], ,ni|, ,)t the Adavlllo postoflloo. n I'lyiiioiilli coijiily, Miss Moscr being Hural roiito No. I, loading from Ak-Ibo ihiuglilor o( Mr. and Mrs, l''reil ..(m in a iioi'tbweslorly dlrcutlon, has Moser o( fredoiila lowiishlp, his lirldo i, :,iilisfaetory operation for near- lliu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William |y u year. I'rojecteil ronloNo.2, lO Long ot .Meadow township. IJotb the soulbwcl, and route No. ,3, to tho families as woll as Ihu contracting Jiar- noriheiea, havo not, yet been approved, Uo.s nro beloved ami iespecled la Ibis q'hn goveriiiiiiuil Inspector is expected eoiiimuiiity, and Iho ,wmng couple, with to urrlve here In a short time, hoivov-tbe good will o( Iheir le.-peclivc par- ..r, v.leii he will miiko invostigallon Ol eiils and best wishes of a largo circio of ,. t , :.nel'. time as is most couveuiout. : POP SulO, A. barn WxW t'.3 foot posts. AU aevr. Hour by Spoils &[aUo u good ltiud*r wagou and a good pony cheap. Enquire at Post.
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