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   Southport Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 2, 1845, South Port, Wisconsin                               TERMS. IV printer! cm domblc medium of Muurn in iks at' 0 v, or if payaMhlfao lor s, less period thfin M until all U VKKT1BESIENTB (i ihc imle of dttlUr for snJ fur each ins-'rrios. 4 deduction mnue to yesrly I column, tito do: Is Tiwlor Nomlvurwrenls inierled Ji-he JNO. MANBK1ELD. in IVmln snJ Oilt, Dye window fid., P.rk us., Smtibport SHERWOOD, M. D. M iu.tr STBKBI- OI-POBITB Tin: dim K- in U.f recently occnpicd _ ___ JOHN DUN HAM, WHOESALE GROCER, AM) COMMISSION MKilCIlANT, CUHMfK OF AM> WAT Kit STItKKTS, V. .1 I ...I.A.S; IN UIVK'M I l.l' SOUTHPORT TELEGRAPH, o ____ .__ ____ Main Strrrt, npjmiiite MB City lintel, tiinut) in tkt itwtl- tad Httmtly tecufivl by Ur. Furkt.r, ASJ-'A l'- noT-3iii LKN APP, TIIK TAILOR, M.y Le found Market sireet a lew doors wcfll Aiiierictu Howl, vlvtv in connection with luting m all "a." Cape will bi- low. made in WILLIAM ftttKXfg fltounstllop at lUto, 4 -WORTH AIJKNT, Cietiova, Wul- worlhCo. W.T. (My) Thomas "Sfffffugk Jlltriry and Counsellor Hi Law. H ITOHK nnd COWIIMI'JKKII to take i, of New U UN.II, Wiilworlh co. W. T. ATI _ winovud to So'tthport, profcsaou I nrrvivfii to ihr public. Omit on M .1 i n 8 1 R t: r. T lu ttu; Clinpnl. BY LORING GUILD. HEALTH 1 HEALTH I HEALTHl THOMSON'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR OR WOOD NAPHTHA, npHE only cortaiu remedy for tho cure of Pulmonary Cownmptlon, Chronic Bronchitis nnd sora ibioat, Aslhma, Chron- ic Cnlnirh, Spitting of Blood, pain in the siclo and broasl, difficulty of breathing, whoo- ping croup, weak nerves and ner- vous tremors, palpitation of lira heart; also liror complaint and affections of the Price 50 cento per bottle,  n Southpart. on the Monthly of every month, evminraciiig ot U A. M. _ CuunncUor, nud Soi'THWllT. Solicitor, W. CHASE Apcitt Foml Lac ami TRUEl 0T4TISKANI on the'giddy height, Whence, at will, them gwayest men, a Jsikneno'er thy ligHtf Morn a cloud withio thy kenl Be true! And though.the huriling hervcns grow black, Unfailing light ahntl gild tby track. Orator! amid the crowd. like waves at thy bcheat, Hcar'at thou that, which, shouted load, Were a terror to thyhreastl Be true! Thru fall what mny upon thine car, Thy heart "hall feel no coward fear. Christian! of the faith of Do ye hear a Uiaucg scorn Rising against you, in the home Of your new adoption borat Be trne! If God is with jc, what rare ye Though hate roar as rnging Christian! of the faith that laid Home's old bondage in the dust, Fear'at ihou that thou art batraytdl FeeVst thou that this just? Be trnel Fall, if it must be, in the strife, But yield thou not cue inch for life. Stranger, from a climo abroad, From a land buyond the acci, Decm'st Ihou, in thy heart, tli.it God Gives a home-right here to thee? Be iruel And, though it coat thee al! thou hast, Assert that right while life shall last. Freeman, born upon the soil, Fully, t'iirly, decmest than .Alien arts would rnclcea spoil Of this land of freedom now? He truel Rcsolvn on what will shield from harm, And uu IT with no laggard arm! MAX! of every clime and creedl Wirh a high and holy trust, Dost thou on thy miemon speed, Seeking but the Right, iho Just? Be truel Though aorcly tiled, in many a way, Despair not! God will bring the Day. TALI. It was cold winter's night towards tho niddla of the lost century, that a {jentlu cnock was heard at tha door of B, hut Bitun- oJ among the mountains of Christiana, iu Norway. The summoDS wasj answered by lie master of tlie hovel, and a traveler ask- d iheltnr for tha night. Hospitality ia vilUrijijly exorcised in those wild regions; he stranger was welcome to a net on the bundle ef clmmois skhis that lay before ho n few embers mill stnoul- lered.nnd lo a aha re of the supper prepar- ed for the family. Tha only inmates, of the birt ti leasant named Eric, and daughter; the altar ir aa remnrkttblo for bar beuuly, and ror a naturtil grace fur superior to what might have boon looked eoldre- B1SSKLVS B1LLIQVS FEBRIFUGE NKVKR KKOWS TO FAIL. IUS medicine it a new fdy lur the cure uf the and valuable reni- Affttc, Dtmtl) Agve.i Chill Fever JJiliout Kever, Diarrhoea, j..iver Complaints, SUMM I'lll COM PL AINTS, Ac. Also a sure nnd efleclul remedy for osiivenesd, Jmligi'otion, Disprpsi.i, and all crnn- ainte vl u like nature. Jt u-uditiLtrn from tie nvHti'in nil truces of diseuHe CEiuaed by the in- ndicloiis use of Mercury or Cnlorncl, nnd will be mini! innlliml immeiliute rclicflo nil aueli persons sure Mlilinleil with dull heaviness of li-cling, u hsreUiU for business und for t.'xei- ine nnd exuiiion, whirh indiuutcs ilie ineipient of wnnt' bilious ihaortler, or tho Diapcpsia. This incjicinc will restore the rosy bloom of lenlili to Hjllow complexion of n biliou> tMlu FAMILY MEDICINE, Anil Kcntle or thorough Inxntivc fur who st.uid in neeil nfphyaic, it is superior to any pill or medical preparation now in tipe. Tins will be found especially useful to emigrants rom thi- Iviblfru ami Southern Str.tt-fl to the new Stuti'iot'Uie Weal. It hna never brcn known in .jil in ensuring trtivelters ihranifh thoue iwcliunnol' the country I'rom tlie cfti-usof ihedisenso lo which ivy are ihere exposed. The proprietor, in uu extensive medical prac- tice, has for nwuy years used this meilieinc in the cure ol the nbore in the complete eradi- cation of winch from the nysteni it has never fulled Txncctsa, For further and direclionn pnin- phlctn anil ilireottona encloscil in the wruppcr arouodcuch lioille. DISKLL, Sole Proprietor. N. V- K.T FOIl 8.ALE by M. TRILLEY, American Hotel, Sonlhport. N. ftiwl Vhyaicians can be phcd by the qtmnuty, al a liberal Uiacount. Sept. 3U, TIIK Tons OK A literuture ia a link in the great chain of miracles which proves the greatness of glaiid, and eveiy support should be giv- en to nawspapcrs. The editors of these papois must have a most enormous It is not tho writing of the loading article ilaelf, but tl.e obligation to write that artic- le svcry week, whether inclined or not, in sickness or in health, ia ulilction, distress of mind, winter ilowii to ono tusk, rotniiiniug in ono spat. It is something like tho walking ofn thutmad miles in a thoua.ind I n fellow for thorn, for I know iiow u periodi- cal will wear down ono'a' existence. In it acll'it appears labor ia not m.m- ifcat, nou is it tlie is the continued nltention which it requires. Your lift bc- publication. One wook is no sooner corrected and printed thin on comes nnothor. It in the slouo encllcsa repetition coiislant weight upon the cnntinuul wear- upon tho intellool and spirits, demand- ing nil ilia cxailbn of jour faculiios, ntlh HMIIB time thru you urn compelled to do thu severest drudgery. To ivrile for a pnpor is, well, but to edit ono is to condemn yourself to slavery. Thanks bo to heaven I limn pnssed-my own Capl, Mttryatt. LOOKING GLASS MANUFACTORY AT CHICAOO, ILL. Countieo. Konu on Co., W. T A T T O U S F A T 1- A W A IM 'Bl.lt'. Office, rorncr of Siroets. V A N ri 1- V 0 K SURVEYOR. .it Kjniiliiii: SiMiiihnorl. 'i Jkllinnfy tiHil i 'onii-i Hur tit u'tJ Mti.ii r in ami SOl'Vllr'OKT, W. T. Jso. -JH. NO. 8'J LAKE STREET, lt-L. A low iloorsetistol'llio Trrmonl, and opposite the Mansi tn WOULD respccifuHj- give noiice to tlio inhib- tunis of Weal, that he keeps constantly on hand anil for taiie, at WHOLESALE OR RKTA1L. Guilt anil Alahugauy framed Lookmg Clanws ami Looking glass Plates of nil sites. Also Clochs mill Kni'ravings, Porlrait and Pictare' rranifsof description, all or which will low as can bealfordstlin Eastern markrt. N. Ouildiiis; of description neatly cuttul' ul short notiet. August 17, 18-15. HAT The Fetuaut and fall Btughltr. hardships that a poor lad without frieado or was likely to encounter. Yet I must MI ungrateful. I was not quite without money; for round my neetc bung a silver coin, of no great velue, but sufficient to have helped me in rny necessi- ty. It bad been placed there by ray Mar- garet, and not for worlds would I have pnrted with it. It hangs there Again he by some secret emotion, or interrupted by the uoiso uf violent bad since his arrival. Tho rain and sleet beat furi- ously against tha windows, and the wind blew in gusts that shook the tittle tenement to its foundation, then died ia dourlo cud moans that sounded like voices of complain- ing apiritf. isn feurful length: "and 1 ought to be doubly thankful that I am with ycu, my goad frionds." Eric paid little attention to what wat gion. The traveler, after lazing at her said; for avarice, a passion till then un- his host tohim.had taken possession of his isidcn were Booing that whilu recounting bis or some he fair maidi ___ "Sho replied the olS man. "She ,nd my rifle aro my only Ireaauresj and me of them 1 would not havo kept so f Margaret would hare listened to any of he suitors who would fain havo robbed me of her; but though she w now foor-nnd- wonty, she [ircfers slayitiy'with her f.i'.hor o whom her heart is dovo.fd." Tho traveler, drawing his cloak around >im complained of cold, and at her father's equest, ..Margaret threw additional ogson the fire. As sho fanned it, a bright jtaze filled the little npnrlmact.and threw Is light on the person of iiie stranger. appeared to bo youngV'fiml hundaome, and, na under the kindly -influence of the loohencd his and laid aside i slcrcching har, was richly dreise. surprise he lhat it FRANCIS, I1AWLEY Co. HAVING become convinced that all branches ol llmir work lire best that they iti> them- have erected a MANUFACTlHiNIG SltOI1 anil provided ihrmaelvrs with the fncdilies for making and For the fii-ure, tliey, will at -heir old uland, full of HATS A CATO rflhsir OWN M ANUFACTURE: HATS. OD baud and for North of the ENGRAVING! EPWAUD n. uron, Eiimur M Wwxl auil Metals. mK BOOK STOBK. Mm lo furauh llw of Tel- mi-rf stylr path-rn JOH a  ADVANTAOKS OF INTHLLECTUAII in his lowest stnlc, haa (dcasurea but those of and no wants but thole of npputitc; nflurHvnrds, whon society ia divided into different runhj, rim Home nre appointed to labor for iho suppor of others, and those who are thus set free from labor begin to look for intellectun entertainments. Thus, while the shep were attending their flocks, the mas ters mnda tho first astronomical obsorva tioni; music is said lo have ils orgin from a man ot leisure, listening to the of a hammer. At iho tenso in the lowest state of na lure are necessary to direct us to our sup port, when that tupporl is once there it danger ia following llicm farther to him who haa no rule of notion but th gratification of tho sense, plenty U nlway dangerous; it is therefore necessary lo happiness of Individuals, nnd si ill mor necossnry to the security of society, the mind should be elevated to the idea o general beauty, and the contemplation of general Iruth; by this pursuit tho mind is; always carried forward in sol re h of some- thing excellent than it finds, anil ob- ttiiai its proper sjperiorily over the corn- men sense of life, by teftrning to feel iiself, ocpablc of higher aims aud nobler enjoy- ments. In Ihis gmdunt oxnlietion of human na- ture, every art contributes its contingent lownrda tlio general supply of menial plensure. Whatever abstracts the thoughts from sensual tenches us to look for happiness within must advance insora3 measure the dignity of our nature. Perhnpa thtre is no higher proofof tho excellency of man than this. to a mind properly cultitttted.whnl- over is bounded is litlle. The mind is continually laboring to advance, step by step, through succcsaivo gradations of ex- cellence perfection, which isdimly teen at a great, thought nut hopeless dis- tance, and which" wa rnus! always follow because we can never tha pur- suit rowanls itself; one Iruth teaches an- other, and our store is always increasing though never be [Sir Joshua Reynold's Discour. >erson of such apparent and opulence should be wandering alone in that inclem- ent season prevented him Irom noticing ha strong evinced by his daugh- ter as sha caught sight of his With clasped hands, nnd eyes fixed on his face, she seemed uncertain whoihcr 0 address him. The ne-ir comer made a ilgn to if lo enjoin caution. What- ever its import, she understood ears rolling down her cheeks, scorned to >o addressing a silent prayer to flie supper consisted of n plnuer of boiled potatoes, aud n jug of cold water, wat now jlacod on the tnble. "My honored said Eric, it ueo- oss to apologize for our humble faro; hronghoul those mountains you will find itlle "Your excuses nre unnecessary, my joatl friend, returned tha other, "Mnny 1 time would a supper ns this have ;een more welcome to mo -Mian gold. 1 iave knotvn-poverty, v.tid''teHv that 1 cull myself rich my greateal pbnsiue is ,u rulievo who are ns poor na I once win. Your nipper slmll bring you price that will amply repay your huspi- Uiliiy." Tuking n polatoe from the disli.hs drop- odnpenrl in its plnca. As it rolled info the course platter, Eric looked earneitly at his guost. "Do you know what ihese askfid helultor, dtopping another at-.d i.f the same JKwels. "For thoso, mpn divi; to the bottom of tho ocean, whore they rcmuin till Iho gushing blood ifirces them lu tim surfaco for n moment's breath; to gnin those, thoy ore content to injure health, and risk life. They nro pearls; aud of such price thnt n few of them will mnko a poor peasant .is rich H9 his lord. Tukr them, my good father, they nru yours in, requital for your kindness to a str.in- or." "Dost Ihou hpar, said the old man, whose eyeaglislened wilh duliyht. i "All these precious things aro ours! We history his giiett discontinued dropping tho pearib, he said "Surely you huveooi given me all your "You have tho last, my mid tlio traveler." "Thia, indeed, I havo added ho, opening n small rod casu, nnd showing n siring of tho sstno costly mate- i-ia's; but it is a necklace for my betroth. od. The old peasant seemed each moment to become more unuasy. ''It is hardly ho mullered, travel with such valuable properly; but of coursa you nrw "Ifo wtJ again atorm raged irora furiously than before. Tho peasant's daughter had sunk her. knees, and with and eyci rr.iied seemed to be lost i in prayer. "What ate you doing, Margaret T" said Eric srrjrily. "Choose a beiicr moment for your devotions. Oar tired; make your bed here while I conduct him to tha sleeping roora." Tlu travelar cast one look at sue maiden, and than followed hit host into the apartment. Margaret remained by thi fiio till she fell aalrnp. Some time hid elapted.when starting from a disturbed dream, she saw hor father, with a lantern in his hand, ex- amining a papor packet, on which was a targe KtaljnttUo moment she heard n moan and her name repeated in a faint voice. The old man turned, and met his daugh- ter's eyes fixed on him. Snrineine from "Not returned the other. "Against whom should I arm our good Norwegian "And yet thoso said the o! mn. "Those returced the other, 44 are the least part of my the con- tents of my pocket-book are u hundred times more valuable." "A hundred Eric, looking round, and he unconsciously grasped long knife. He nppronchod thu casement, nnd in trying to open ii, broke one of thu smnll panes of glass. The wind rushed through the apertuse with a ahrill noiso that startled tho traveler and Mergartlfrom their seota, "It is tha voice of the ..dlfmon of the said Erie, staring wildly "'about er'a ayes fixed on him. Springing hor scut, sho "Father! wliut means that knife? Gra- clous God! blood dropping from tht blade! I ie iheslrnngerV s'.lsnll" he said. '-We arc rich. Lands, cas'.loi, will now be "Merciful sho, "where in my betrothcilT i am ij-.o Mtirgniet of whom ho spoke." Without attending tn her words, Kric :oro open, tho paoUot. U contained noth ng jut a written paper! "Js iho treasure 10 tallied it for ihis ihat killed "Killed shrieked his daughter, as lier lover, deathly pale, slsggcrr.nl into Ihe room, and sank at bar feet. Terrnr-struuh nl what ho supposed to be the ghost nf hit victim, Eric dropped Ihe paper, nnd ru.thpd from the cottage. The dying man tried a speak, but the knife hud struck loo truly, and blood choki d his tit- orance. was the only word sho could make out as she supported him u hor arras; with a last effort lit took the red case fiom Ilia bosom, and opening il, laced the pearl necklace in her hand, his leadoitnk un her unii in a low momonts bo coasod to On the following morning tho mangled jndy oi'Eric was found at tho ol' a precipice. In accordance with the supposed wish of are rich, "1 hear, replied she. "Praii- Siom-.-Severnlships, reccn'ly arrived are reported as having passed large ice ilnnds In the middle of the Atlantic. The packet ship met wilh one, aod iheSihiede (irasse M.W nnolher on the in 43, SO. long. 48 59, which was one hundred fool high and four hundred feet long! Jt very rare lhat Ihese immense boulders of ico are to be MSB this late season of ihe yeor.- [American Pnl. ed be the Almighty, who has protsetcd tbc traveler." A look of inlolligence passed holwenn hor and the new but Eric was too much occupied in tho contempla- tion of his newly-acquired to ob- ssrvo it. "And who you that thus deign to shower riches on a poor taid he to Ihe stranger. fear that we hove been too He rnndea'movement to throw himself at his the other preventing him said: mistake my rank, my good friend. Like yourself, I was born a peasant, and my early years were passed on tlie other siue of these mountains. 1 was a goat- herd; but while kacplng my flock my houghts wandered to iiuags beyond my sphere. Many a beating I got for suffjr- ng my flock to stray while I watered ihe sun and slurs, or sal pondering over a .much of field fiowort. In lime my love "or plan is became a noticed ihcir seasons for blouning, ami all tbc peculiar- tics of their formation; but at the age of eighteen, new ideas bi.-gon lo mingle with those that had already occupied mi. In my wondering life 1 had become acquain- ted with daughter ol a peasant whosp abode was nt some distance from mine; her beauty as far surpassed that of tor companions ns my were elevated above those of the shepherd lads amonzr whom my lot was cast. 1 loved her, and Margaret (she bore the same name ns your daughter.) returned my affection: but her youth and my poverty forbade tho hope that her father would consort to our mar- nnge. I proposed to seek tny fortune elsewhere, nud, with many and sad forebodmgSjSheconsented ttimy departure. At ihe limn 1 fancied that dreams of en- riching hor alone prompted my wish lo r oft or, but 1 have since known that ambi- tion mingled with my zeal for her wel- fare. Even in our remotest glories worn relafed oflhosn win, having visited other Kinds, hnd returned homo en- riched, and I believed 1 had on'y to try my fortune to he equally successful. Mor- garot promiatd to prove faithful lo my re- win--------" "And you may be sure she has kopt her interrupted she pensant's'datigh- tw. The stranger looked tenderly at her ns he eonttnuid. "1 not dwell on the liitii. is the wind rushing through thohro- krn replied the strauger, smiling, "lie composed, my good friund; why do you handle yeur knife? Had il boo.i ihe demon you feared II was, your weapon would no more have availed than ngmnsl the wind itself..'1 He hung hio cloak be- lorn the broken window, and resumed Ilia sioi-y. "fcjoinclimes working, Romctitaes ging, it iviis many weeks bci'nni I nrrivod at Stockholm. Tha capital onca readied, I fancied my difficulties over. Alns! thc-y but beginning- It was there, fatlu-r liric, llint on mttny a lung night, wlmn 1 lay sleepless from hunger, such u us yours would indeed have botn precious to me. At longlh my fortune A teamed mm of tho ivimo of Linnivns, employe J mo to commissions (or him. My diligiinco pleased him, and he took mo into his service. 1 found, lhat like myself he had ti passion fur {lowers, anil was then employed in classing of the noi them regions. Seeitig iho tcnlion wilh which (observed him, he ask- ed mo some qiio.suons, and emboldened by condescension, 1 showed collection ol dried phuivs, I Uad brought with me fiorn Norway. Them were some among Ihom In lit he hud not baen able to procure, und llie circumstance gave him so much unlis- faclion, thru he interested himsolf in my story. I told him my love fur Mnrgnrot, and iho hopes with whu'h I hud left home; and my kind mas'or, forever honored ho name! from that moment became my fiiend. By his 1 rerniiintid for two years in his house, pursuing my studies A t the end that lime ha recommended mo lo tho ciiptulo of a vend bound le the island of Coy Ion We arrived no the very day thm the pearl fishery commenoeu. It was a beautiful morning iu ibc month of February, and the waters of Condaichy Bay sparkled in the sun as though millions of precious stones were floating on their surface. The shore was covered with huts crowded with inmates of evory land and of evory region. Goldsmiths, jewelers, and driving their bargains nt the vnry edge of tho sea. Tho wives nnd daughters of the pearl fishers greeted wilh aonga the return of the succcsful barks, which wcro gaily decked out with flags, and crowds press round the fortunate divers to barlor for their precious 'The dew of as tbajr term them Among the crowd nn old Indian woman particularly attracted my attention. Sho wa? poorly clad, and 1 saw her weeping ns she gazed on Ihe animated sceno round her. My interpreter informed mo tint a few months previously, htid boili husband and sort; who it w.s suppo-ei had been devoured by some of tho mons ifous fish lhat are so ofisn futal to Hivera. fulktwii stances rcld'cd by Ibc PuJtililssWids Record, u hiving lakto alsir baitlo Orleans. M striklsfif laristic of the UmenWd Htroi In the 1614 ear InforasBOt tho table of Sir George NMf distinguished EngtMimen, thna fa fferisV The conversation turned Ms> ding I'rMidemial election, tint tNM exprtucd that, GCH. elected, thsamicaUe relation tbs> two countrins migh bo sndmprsd, OM of bis high banded power, is during tin New Orleans. The necessity of our informant of reply in_ serrations, was l7y iiiy. oa part g to 06- and generoucoaibreak of one ofltw Col. Thornton, af Ihe 40th, an officer wjft known for hii gallant abaraottr, M4 vim n-gimnnt suflered saventy in MtMk rf ihe 8ih of January. He testified in tha handsomest the conduct of Gen. Jackson, aa abla and faithful commander oa ttat easion, and declared, that had he not uat4 the porrerconfidcd to.him io the highbansM way alluded to, Now Orleans vouU libly have been captured. Ai lo charge of implacable hostility, Col. Thornton declared, that in all lha later- course by flag and otherwise, betwtM hostile Gen. Jacksoo Wd uoen peculiarly courteous and and proceeded to slate, that tha day afUt tho bottls, iho HriiUli were la bury their deed lying beyond aoarlala lina u hundred yards in advarteo of Jackson's embankments all within being buried by solves. at the ir.clancholjr duly performed, Uritish General wu MH- priiicd at receiving a fl.ig, wilh the paulottes and witches ofllecrt fallen, nnd a from Gen 'd in Ilie most cotirleoiM Itugoiy, sying that oiu pn'tr of cpiuleitM ww niiKsing, but that diligent search wti M  our country wcie atKtve tha sordid fi'clmgs of 1'oMTii-Ti, A N.trrii.n. Cnxvi-Laioiia. Il is remarked in till journal, ih il very fiequpiit'v political nnd natural hor deceased lover, Margaret r.-aoUcd to j place and 50 to Stockholm. ..As sin: performed Ihe journey on foot, it was come timn bcfuro Linnreus learned the f'u'c of his Ju Inking of his papurs, and among them, of (lie precious ono contain- ing secret of malting which Erie hid dropped on llw nighi   long n-, ihey remain such, would of courno Uo jecl ID supervision of [N. Y. Eve. Post. Al the by (In.-'Mjf rh.. d ng 3U, is estlrujl'.d tt lu remote situation from Eureps) lieritoniil except to ii few but it m I'm! '.iiii fiery dnnoshorjr of Hawaii i-iiik'lv to i-i-iiin tlm nrnnr.g long tn coimt b ili'lioui- liVtorr! CM-: y to mnko a mini YOU U-fore yon nro foity, will 'inprovc it right. nuin, how- hurri'j.'i in bos n'ss. nnn find Ii> eat thrrc a duv. Kvorv mlnHI slioolr! ui nfK.'ii, nn.I then there will time enough to get rich in if   

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