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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 AQVEP^mm RMES.  _Tnlaria.'lv('rtiaPtnenft4^ S^i ci'ntf; per itSfiU yv^r nionlii. «-"liirn'i iii"ai;nrpiiieut. ■ ^ . / _  trerioieataUx i I per ^ «m of Eaipiy JtiznAn  Lci^af ntfVi'ti 91 pT in< l!. T1'<'J W' re t«o princw fli>jme<l Uj 'tcalh;  Lo^ai tmriIM'^'^ I1o;i>'( ,s,. )i>i ( .^.¡ ¡.r, Ka<')i 'v'-^r.'« h!^ b.-uii:y and /U; l .-■■aUi; lill«' tlin li"^'! wci nnd '> cenici perline "J^ ,, lur ¡¡f-:uul we win bnni fijp eU'ih a(lllUÌ<)I.;,!Ì etk. , l'air ^nlta unto oar l^rd lli-.-Kiajc "  . l:'roie»>U»iuU c-id-i..s ou lirit p-'H,.-. ■ per  yèti  almost hoiielegs modiocriiy. Tije IJiid^ri^ouiad C>ppess : A. Cooifbrfer^ , n^ee^bl^i side, to S^^H  ob'i IVeeii officiiiwart. i ------, blc word.'' \ ^^^  'BeS^d and aoknowlédireà: the lower' ^ Hi. bri^t spirit tes *  alfcd degradi., the:,,,,.,,, ..^t weeU L  toaohcr into a mere i>eai:nt, and j-j^y^^'lod ovtir a portion of it. Tlie-  If we can do nothiàg «101  Th. y ui-iit l<>^'fUu;r. ! 1  A riin'^n -tt bini l»"t!'ir.' lìn-in  ■ huif pn^ an.! } Hire vcrti-.-nici.ts a ti Knu^-f-.r- ih.-.a ;.  Mill I ¡ut,\c ¡:ì; I.-l.ur^jiVi'ii Ull aj-pIii'U- . 'li'/"- •• » lv>iK.v.-: U;  -titil' l'in.:; ','.<■ iirui it !...  tltyi;.  i uàfi'sH i m i i Vt- i 'df>(.  s-f  j. v.. J-'.'  u  iT'f-^ l!.  HYSIèlANS ^ SURGEONS.  et'in Kt\".rot'  '.sr. ;.....'11.  iMsysk^aiis,  cf! OTvr Calinn-:. SENS. : : : T-.\  AMD ACEMT.  : ; ; i \  ♦ il \ , i i'. i- ? .1 \!  D n : ! V o Y- ,  $ NixAO- o DXiBi: UAs.  ,ON'iir il ■ ' > i' if. ( ■  - :..,'. . ;;.'. I' ... . '  Willi , . . ;(.-i:i! liti.I  jdlff, u.h.l i' ,1; t li.  ■I .tijcsTirrn:. r. t. L, TAYLC^  f>ic,'e U it ■ - )  % ^stractc J if itboiii Pain, ^TlHOUT DANCS??;  A r w". iviioSi- laini ss; 1 ij.-h u.i.-iii  AM iiirU liiiut cTcr ii)l< 'A <"1 ";irin. On«' i liiuUfd Uu' rot-kfc to r- fV'h—iUi ' V,cU JUlu 1.1- otlHT'a bri.,'!!Sl it 1. II  Wi-'n,' ji'^.i ¡«1, èurìi ap \V''ar,  VS'lit-n 1! oiiil.i 'jiU t<i livl;t ;hr ir !1!ì!t. , )., . • j-i,.,) 1 ii>u<-ìi on j/h ly f'r.Mitili ; Ot'iiLi <■! (juick fire the otli r iuuu'l.  0.1 ■ V. '.ini li •afilli lùiiuli;, ¡u i;;;'n  'I ;.........i aii!<"i tiMil, nn l t >'.'.rnt 1:1 ¡^aiIl,  Ti:. !>'' .■ : -va^rcù llh- uir.  All'; r.-il prec^i,.- ¡., .-s Ibt ."r.  i! I ;i. i '.I lhi> inii.^ri.i!  < I. It. - : u ii' , I'l.i 1 Tu'.■ ■.  ( 1.1 o.i'i• i f v i- 't .''I > ' ''fi i iV.'i "( St l.iii'i-' i r !.,ru aii'i c.iU'i;. iuui't,:.  A' .''"'i all I nn'l Lri-ni. ir ! ¡r,:;«,  1', i. » -t.'.o K'si V. ii.;;t< ,  T: r u i .< n.ii iu., ; w ,  r r's !ir • li'.!""!-i'''  1)1,, : : I ' r,'- ir •. , (. i H'l i' k'.iiM<.;ii' ■ ''T y'- 1 : i.  li. ' .C <.!' -jac.-l :, «<..U1- '  - ; . : r '!!!'. ! .- iw  ; true, inaa in lue great movenicut. the h.st .mokin^ em- r u^ea^ment div  jof^ie world around bioi. ibers of the «re that hadheeuburii-, ^ J,,^ ,, ^ ^^  i.ir:;;rrr^--------^^i i^e.eet  nito ^bsrepiite, Mul hn.,^ over Iree-U^- ^h-ess i It i. a ^erv m.b.e^^illin^C^v^^  ■ his «'liiiiug into a poHitioTi in the Tj e-P-iireH o-cur ii'Mjuently, and ^^ ' ^Reymm  . Dubhv niiad that border;; iip(,n ean/ed hv the c-HreJessness 01'  ' t ' iiilO»il(T,  (•oiit('!i!i»t. I soif.p The ¡>i'» lili.sr iiatne of  lose aroTi'ad th<  . eoh)r;' was th^ topie E:i--esied to . ^^ -^r'are strong ought  j>ut tlu-s. .iiv eonditions H at Cypre.a Swtunp at these ti...« is teacli thos.- ^irls to  nre easily avoidabhs and if Ihey better understood. For tea or ^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^  ,ro),ots!.r:unedih..aalthesalom^ Pite.u feeMn l.w t:.<- -uriarc tne: ^^ ^^^,  with those V. ho are thus ora- (le's elenieiit burrow.-^, li:;d-'1 • '  Icarii Iiu'inse.ves."  l.lv 'ii'.Mr»' m ill) C.,!'''^ Ol Ilif .-i-ri'V-lmTo in - i i. ri • i! , ____ . •■ ..... . .. .. "  bear tJiG infinni^s of the wea|  It is useie.ss to waste ^ourtime ' ---------  "I hale a imin who Ih  T , . , - snakes," said an oM feHoif/''  "f. '.\V-hat rude knd ill-bred <dni- beo.iistvni,  ;);-rsi)ii.s NVlio (iv.j^iit to more v,iiu'!i .0 f'l t w. the .'-ol. ])ui tie-  i.iv KÌV-.Tted. Ti:eve ih no t la"- 01  ' ( arnesiiy to 1. ' avi>id (b'!ieiii r; . i<;!i, and to 11:  fuiTOiitr  ii\ ir, thai ¡n'lvi  . , ^ ,, ^ , ..ren,''she.^aid. oil riit, ri;.-;: :'oo:!i lo snak.- .stcMes  raliii- itto onr-idr,.- ,.(1 thiTuigh e,ei/ia:,t>. SoLiie.iimos , ' ■ . , , , " ^ " ^ """" ^'i^seT^^™  n Vn,., .. . nf 1',.. ■ ■ 1 . ;oi.e ^^ho.>^e iuea. schoo.-iooni -iViiiaps ve.ii jik-»» th}itl?m  iiros e a.u•e:^'^l 01 tae liie.s.' tu,e,s ui.sk uouslv eat their. . . i - 1 . « • ^  ,, , , ,. . • wad not a irrave- ivd woiuo havi ¡lars." said one of the ni08t lo.^i  s (»1 ih()U''-4)t a:iil r.r- v.iv I'eiw a: 1 th.' iifU;.^ eorn i • 1 1 ■ . . . '-'"Mi«  rva<u^ the word ^v]n'di -i.NV tìtir aiit. there on :,]!(■ r . ,  ilu/KeNvlio teaeli, iind aUeni])t lo edue (d'tlie .sv,;'.:!i]i. iiìid froijUently the eharas'ie.r ot' ibe Ì!ih;lbii:::,'. 1:juiii awakeu-  .ind wintt'ul faees.  '•Oh, no; I ha\eii't he:ird ariyi  ;^e!^eration. Ì i . , ;; tia-e ; ( < r ii;- iu idi- ¡no.iiir-. .¡■(s these i«hti^uld hol only i-eau e:ir;if -t. [)( r- i;,dds Keu'lo^ii-d ludes ì)ìlì  ¡¡y'.' ill to e.¡initrrtalilv  JI i.s like walkin,^' tliroii^di a iieU. thiu^ from yon iellows that astoi^ (vriieii!e> to try to ree,.li the irri- ished ine," eoutiimed thestmiiuer.  NiiSÌeiiÌ .-nub'lit (d" boc)ks i:;:'! oi ol.o < iirreiit literature, bu: slu'idd ever 1 ih,. i , ,<;■  i»e in >y!;ip;;t My. aad f o iav as -»wa:,;;:.;! !;!_,•.-,;  tatia.q^ this -bi;!: call -Pi/rhaps you know a i'ew snake  brou^iiil a,». Yet tliis Cfood \\ oman siorii. s yoi'.rs^ If," said one ofthi«  '„'■OH ¡>.  as  not rt'iidy nnkiiuj, Xo;.  At  w- 'dl'i .5 ■•■e dJoyouvv -If V 1; .1 "'iN'- r. i bi recf 11< ct » enrioKK  \\  I ■'■vn  di'le, lii aedw ii.-.siK aitioii v/.tli {¡¡ne. ^ iti: ri';i";ì;di i., wlii< !i even  A.  ' 1 w I ■ il .11 :  Ill ■ , •. : : a.-i V(.  b U II  iiiose i^reat inai-'ivil a.;id eo::Hner- tr.uliti >u i.A £ii(-nt, it liad been a  liuir- rea 1,; li. ip ia be- «fi-,;.! eireini):  IvoabU'; uat ^ i in»di'.r>v she Se-eaiedi.  wiih  I" , . t ^ . i  .  I . »'1 -y-K ¡••ir ;  . 1 . 1 i .iili;-\  . k  ( i:.| nio\eiue'its \vh,u';i ¡''i.yv so iul- -;;.  [ntflaai a par* in nieiicvu ei. diza- \.-bIth '.»reiidtb —fnr'he Indian^  fioè. J ail s;.r '.'i; .'"s l:o;f )!iis. (Vd upoi;  Ai^ liie ea^e now leacd;- ^ iji.j-.«;--¡»l o\s;e''s. and iiidobaitly  ai,ao^^ r(^i.;aa-ded \\ dh eon- saiekCi' ]'!•>;_:-in i de .dn. of the  , 1  sna'.ve-i. l']) at .M.ilada last sanili uau oeen a v>A't bi.mket, to .¡UfLch en- mcr, I sav» a raftleWirake yMiin-.1 e.,.nMa( rahh' and cic.dtu elbn t ido: y i.a- i..ad witl. tlir\v->i'i  w!icri.-\el'went.. ■ \ oiiTiy f !:.d^es in tow.'- \  IdH'r.piril ' liat's ilia aj.iii e^eape^ iiaN'e oe.n a p-d;.,"'^  ir.eMiliSeiua.-.;,. It..-; ¡'' e  ean nia; k. d a le, .>iandi r.  "i. X  ri.. V ; . HI. i I !' .1 i'l r..  rc-U!':'-- .KT .-■ I i'l • 1 I • I ■  i -- « H*  i"-  : 11 rj  ■ teiajii nie.i oidiusint-s.-:. ;ind ...r - v, pix  io(|?ed nr-un a'.s mere ai. 'pj.,, o.rT rev.:;> j wiii.-h L;;d s!.;iik'.!  , i h;^ : o lU) liie prae:; ' ¡¡¡..hc abo;i.;inal epie:rfs lìiany  i <)rk:n;.Ì-(hiy ib'e ofthisbr^y woild conturit;? au * nuw lie. ii;- did Vi^ars  'ofnu!'^. 'i'lieie are exeept-ion-; to :;::fo, lud'u'e tiie ( aine ¡¡do , , , ■  ,1 .r ...... . . M . .. . ' I'V n  11 is i:> nii.r i")^-. '-;. t  I  thff rule it is tuie. NVe iierc and the swarip. a tail.-n t-heà'e see an educator who h... -AYce.« fr'.i i of i? an;i.. >  i ( ' r e i.  witli  ;io more !)e eonee^aied i!ian Tuat ot ••(.>;i! that wasn't an^tlnnu', bn'  a ira.na aiil or a n. nsome wL "Mi the bi^-sr.ake mi» eomui;.''  t'c'd. An uiieoUiiDrtable pi'i>.(ni, i. swallow» d those tltirty-gi.x dike an v. in-.l. penetiutes to Vlie on©aitiir tli<M>ther. verv bon<'S. v>. jm.- < ¡if-e;^' sii';-;r  ¡■.r ; ! » 1 c^en'a'. " . ti  1.  ei.! rci't< t iii'.f ;hri" li:;puili:;- <dn ihr  al. CJl  SHIN  n-H.U^TS,  r()o^;  -i.ii.r,  A - » 1 . , t . r- - -  tionjiuc^ iai iW/tÌ!;. a .. id.-ni;- (>! ..i'^ pt da;.:- ' i'  steps ¡\ ;.;id uiitUi'aily : wai'Jv^ (.1 il a, 1' >  i'i oUiaei r ia (•; > ; i : 1 . . .. VAtli iÌM i, ■ at.«. ; ;  I ri rs  t a; Di'i'-r  ' I  < I I  I 1  1 .. i i 11 ' ; \ ' ■ ,,,  rrfM ks ot' i ai' uii I  ■■ . ra < . a: d t a" a ;.  se-d lap- I ; \'e a !■" e ; !" I'- i ir ' n-:  ! .:  ■ '.a r  . I  ev-'iay ;s depta-  , -  a a  ^'la s:- laa-^. :. i ini wajrd tit !_. .<¡.^1',- .-Mike .doout two inii.iiii. atì- rv.'aii ea niaivcs the heart >;'ad. li:; I eauld not !ind a ^olib.rv Nannu"  IV  IT  1  I , )  M ! I I  1 i  ( K.ici' en i '•••i ; .s;.  f " F  .f.i 4  'idiX A>.  I'  rr 1 *  ff -J"' "•t  I..  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'          .Nf^r .1-    - ■ ■                i i 1    tiu-n          A -!gr. :        ' .( .-V 1.1 ''        i .        l( atain    an »vjiv) a      A .. : .        . . . .                                              .' ! 0        .Vi; ¡fiata      * ' ' ' >                    . 1    v', (!1 a 1 ;    laii iiitii.e.i      .. k        . i • ■ . 1        iir    <    of t iO' ll'iA    ,:t Mif -     c i. i. ^ i 1 V  .piihx.a i mpro'-.AA.ienL ( li-n .'»•nuen. lu id St. Loiii.^ in Is'-t y<air, vre .-sre ^h-d to noU^ \va < ai b'a^ t ìah- pen-ib'inau v. ho ia.s been a iii\> h.).i.;  i V,  e i ! ^ t o  , 1  :an;o matter. ■ a ilie <. »'a an. r.ad  . 1  i  '.•( ,: v  a : 1 ■ ■ ) ■ i ■  11.1  . ■ ( : ! e e !  a ' ait '  'is dna, I '1.1 it aia'  " I .. ■ a. Ti u  i  ■ d. i-Ihe lie  la Up  a.aa.^^ reeo,i;ni/e this in ¡i.s c ■ i 'ipo 1 ,l.e jdf. -ieal welbbeii!,:^'.  To <iun;e from a :ne<lie<.ii aa-. "W <• aia- endouaul vvdiii a Ijeauiiia:, ii.frii-.at(a and hi;^ddy sus.a'j'dide ai . \ . a,-^ • , > an. |i". ■ ; > -i.;aiai. i ' ■ , ; 1 . I a 1 i \ • . a'i ! ! i ' • ÌI ■ . 1 ) a . abi, , ( paini..: .'j eai a . aou-»oiiv e A a'"' . ..a.a t a>a-  [i.tai  ;a a.le tha bi^,' on< .. < ?■ ■¡¡¡y it 01,en."  .'il). ...a '^da.t P 'w..w!p :ae,» e.v ia,iiai-d in adiidraiiea.  "Hut .^pii" res[K)uded the i rt r. "i ?a\-ar(ìs ]!■ 't d (.■>■' A !i a : ' a a. a d.-ai 1 .  1  '■a.n  re;  <i  , 1  ai u  •a  ii:- dai  I..«  JnUiS e \ !: ' ai, at id I " ■ iie in;, bi - ha -,  \ 1 » it., ii .a; a ' ' alni !let'e.^r^,tlA ar; di - < noil,dì 'v aii in' a!,d e^::,.-; -at js re i  Nir. il yi:i\- lai" 1  ^a.J-i: iif I h!':-iiai' ; aal'it',  p; la'c.-s <!i xa rital ai.il  ■ ! ,  c i. i. ^ i 1 V  ! .. .a  I i. , - ■ ••  ^.-l.-^/h's 1 ii.a^d a . the  ^ I  ' 1 !''  ' v.,ay Uiilfl fiyr-  ieh in tiijie i M'lA'ed to  i ' - ,•  : a Li !  a ' je ci a t i ia ' - ' .ha ' IkTeeer" * <" yrr--.  A'ery :'e v of-thaaa !: ) wo ver. now j:e hniii'd: io]' alaeist a een.ury • h'a^'' hunters !av.'e tin" ved in the .sv a.'a .^'.1! apf thi' niaay iliiiii;-s of : ' • " I -^a'v w. re the calhiis cf : h I.Ì- Tin !é;!Mie]';.nd a rno-t })runiinen' ae- n.,,-r j, ii.dw  ' I i.e4' -phi' a' »i. h.■ r dna;,.  t i.-' n., it a of thit^ others  daa :. ao n..,n> va.; id' the wa a  : tia-eaiar  .'o n ii.ae (d'tlo/'-f i< uad.d",^ hwai  oa  I -1 r  t o  A- VII , ii ; ;  ) t  ;. (aili' .i ■ ai ;.!,• ^ b.i.a  I oa set  h'.s Jio trcinii'e to ta\pl;.b) thestj ill na- , ii' y-.'d h-bt up the in,\ sten  of .aaiure v.alii li«» laiap of ai.d-lit. diyeinaa I'h. y kej trig]  .piihx.a i mpro'-.AA.ienL ( li-n .'»•nuen. lu id St. Loiii.^ in Is'-t y<air, vre .-sre ^h-d to noU^ \va < ai b'a^ t ìah- pen-ib'inau v. ho ia.s been a iii\> h.).i.;  M' >hari>'_\ idr and de!et:r> (-n d.min'slday tiu- numiie]-in re<  bi'ii we treud out virtia s and '<h-.r antlanetie projiu! tiau. UU  •la -, Vi'ia iikr : < ,;. an 'in- do;!'"'"a !.•!> ''  : hia' e huiif"'']^'-ii'os; e\'t i !lri.  I.  -i Vrf'crd tii Ti^ai'her«.  tìH'iniiie t dnea-ionui jaoveuient^- 'Hiova ( d in tiio bu'>in'"=^s  ^rai i . 1 d !. ■ e • . ^ tor «. i t.ev. \\ e ala a^-aa lAaied. ilds frani, bh; .la, {••  < .;. an \ : . a ham h. i.  I ea 11 i a,,, . .1 at! hn'i aruap. t:,i' laek of "On. no'  ^ on ¡'■(d  vAi kTlUAi,  ttaj '¿i r- :r.  r4i:p stHjr>, riiiei! ¡MiiLdinp'.  frerf, : : A^'-'; Ti^nry.  I: h' til:-; lirere is no enllin^-• p. ' = io:i iha! kis sneii a ten-  "iil ])irtU ih i in !'.,>■ H ou.'t^ t ; 1 IK- M -ma  oa nannd  tfi< a.rh t -  J. i i. .  Ull  : ran)  the eonatiy durin;- the ¡>as: \v(.n!d inio t!,o swanìp a!jd work  xm'-nty-i'.M yea.,;. theiA' {¡.r weeks. la dry weatìov.  yltwdl 1 e a iV,rt!inate dny for (Mir as that of Ìast sirniner, the  séliihds ^^;¡en studi exni-i.les be- ¡^idl oftln- swa::tp ^'adi! eraek in  • •ojpe yi neral.. and when innse wl.o jnaiiy ftjid wiil: the insiini-t  li^ye hai !) ba(b-rs Mi'iioni: ilio eh:'- ^hi^ h '-\perienee ptve, ihe hiin-  djeii iidiow lliaiiisuvis io be , weaìd N"areh for tlo-se lis-  vfoSiln-of ¡il eoinia^ leridei y ¿ures. í;\■<''r^• era i; in liiaiicd the  then ihe invi re- 'xhen and not; tid Hwn wlìl w.irb baried express  .jilAal'fthe inlelbrt. (aoi-e .'aiahtas, aìid Jv-nd the tu la.irow ^;ToO\e?^. lis that  ^U^Iia! peeujtnr tÌie teue.hi r ii.-.e to tlie fidi nu a: uve  tiuii.n r. .'v ti-r ìlìe tr  l:"d h.-en  good breed.lij.; aìid rehìe nu nt, init what inahi s ¡;;v -t.ay aufortunnu i;. it is not ei'iiiito-d tu 1 did n>,t int^'^ranpt ytr  ihe how and da sjeaikin^; unreasonable -vuaie.v, uu.t j (¡jju}^  ©f the hLl|i apn'c<4atiVe wonislaul .1 vpry iinpoiit,- to eross^-quoRti >11  afi'orded. one vvas niet-b .-t ri jiiy : ana How ean a. nian make an v  '"Oil. that is tlie false pat tery of .so- oiiow of a s.i-j,ke ¡story iflie^n inter-  aiety. ibad irÌ!-adK speak the un- .•iinieuìJ''  v.-i nirdied truth,'' j lieie lie walk'ed away leariu.t;-  i'iONis a haiiPriUh,^ddeh rna_\ do . iie eoiiii.ionp.aea ii^as iushanicd of  iiiueli harm asInae IK-*, vrliiei] ail-tri-, sn.ii.e stories th^.' ad told.  ail.  ;;;a in v>-hS< k Ihi teaehei- ,vf hi^ -'.. m-i il b.-eo-< •■hh-ni / > • I , (laii be 'dnet ffnd toisidit oiiiri^'iil.  or ills Imlueai e ..nu oeio.iK u.iji .0 resuriaa'ted. then the riveiH woubl „ ...... .  --------------sa  .St iiicwai 1  A i .  (¿sou s  old war  Jl.i^ «ci.Mant-ly dealiirs--,,-erforàr iìie full niea$iuv of tnat and ia a %erv short time the-' hw.se/scoa eh years, is es-  only kindly words iiro bixiuen. and luniif d :ii iho- ^é\v OrUan,s Espo-  pileasant tliin;,i.s ren-rred lo ; unt eiUioi:. jivery old Koi»iier v\be» loi-  .u-:; ainn  p a  A ' i >  who^: ].av..?s ale uud. vi.-lopeu m^-elopiaeiit of wUivb ti..- v. r ed into a h^r-p h'of s an-des. . . ■ • .  " ' do we not iu the- effort of t-r-zin- to ti:e i'hi..oria.l MouewaJ  y(a!!iir ]H'isoas ,,f inenti^d, nu nd and „nee-imrh d trunk vaauid be < On-  .mmìY&vo,  .aild lilI'C^Stet'Ii .<lidv, aalil bv eo:.stiini la  KÌiaaa:iare; lie is ri iteralhi;;-. gtmul?; iu imreut iiecd. •  Mid';h were {hen-in-ire -I'l-oiiiable  make airdable remarks be<-Oiiie  an  Iu the words of the eioipient thau now. Almost all the old - br:.n hi s of Bi^^hop Huntington, iheedueatois iad!d:!-s in Kini ex (bmnty «^e observant of what is beanti-  u "v i.-iU LO "OiU i^oi r'ai.  Ex.  ilJts for i', ¿t F. ÌV, ii. I iB tt^yli-T iXi smd A biivnv.  The fir."-d p^iper iYei  of the future «mst be men-with tae roofed wi: b the: e.:and many t lions- and lovely, and ho -row more dent (de^eiand was Oen. Grani  P"dito otfc. r Slates. V,." Het. It wa.-> then taken i  l: j' t, ■ eiTS, anu inuie ieuieUi 10 uieu , , i" u. 1 ^ • ■  .eii i.ns 01 ihis? e^nee , . . ^ Seerttarv hniheoit and his c^  thiy b,.-om.tdhimsai:um!iarand leaping andsar/a:dpn.dite " - — l^i^diy in ourieeIiu;,s i..wards oth- eommissiou as j^encrul ou the  aomnninp aee its to no longer ^11311-hie eternal in th- or- Xothinir no ren iins of this onee ulate h!s ovv-n Uhou-.U. -aujs of their liberal and beheving lae-ati-f I nsh essd'r; tbe eabiins . ''''  April, he IS Jnoi;areh ot all . s^ids.'—Jo^nuil >./LAxr. iu the skamp. anda- tii-w pxay-nair-^ ^^  7 .  ' / ^ , tirsi.ning it waó hitj frot oi  aia ;he hf ad't T iiii« i ar:-^- , t.—il  s ..dHl.iatyihe iiiifueibate e^r- cutToa. <de O'dit.s ..utindiiy. ti e eonunahiis  and is obeyedj. His ss-nielalious ii^heoilieiuls of l-tolteu banks in,  TATL O ii.  to guarasteed.  oiite CaujoaunV Ih-ink.  . _______ ' ' ^-tatiou and (aiii/alddty. to jdijiiiejf. Tir tu'e lia.^ noi been:  t/ O O JL^ li '-he w e:!r and tear of Jus iiaily work iti tlia>liai{)ire for iS  ' _■ are studi, irefpieniiy, in; to indi|5-Uiitie Chinese ju.stiee hero  ed rikii|es Iivni;i Ì!erf'al>outs who made iL^Ìhdodars in tids way. .  tiibb ..e s iu dnL..iv uh kLudh V Ard-,.  All atteaij*!. '.ia-is mad'i lubi  ■InaUteediloriiilupontbe best '^^ Uie-Huiian xeardoiy, h  are i;!.aiJ  vdda inbriors ii ade, Chiiia are beheailed, or were. Pre.siilent Clevctsiid wi! not re- bieloved of our poets oi bur.the '«"^"Own men, toj^^i^ùj  O-KOCi'^lES pose hdu for tJiat vi^-orotis exe  r^^'Bi' ITiOiDL C b ^^on eitln r of niind or body wkit^^^^^epositi»rfes of the iaiYi^ 'au. PAarscFTHS cr ' nceiied io preservo or]dians, und i^lUiritit'  ua^i, uueti and prove lit Mua js  r-, stop the fail ares of ositi» rie i or]»liatni iEx.  intmtio.i tha wa a-i of true  V ^ > ------------—*  ru, l.:uo TrUs i oìjxicts. on = kiudrfi sh. The  lOU on riilic^d^r^ :^yiatrrtd a:ss.iyb lo set the a::nuy ihi^ eatut ^^-t:tiiv.'  /   

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