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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1865, Connersville, Indiana Liberty i now and and inseparable a Webster. Or a vol. 15--no, 37.conmsvlt�jndiana. Thursday Jln Fly 6. 1865. Whole no. 765. M terms a --s�3.50 in Advance. Liaise i ii win i it it oomph or with the request of wild in of Tom 124th Lostant Yoli nth a it Quot i Unsiog on Oral Schofi a s of a Nwe la a Durets to Hii troops on Bising relieved from Oom Nowd Tbs i of North Coli a be it Delmi will in found below Hgt add Van tin of North cd Bolima of Tufik Ohio Baui ii a. C., Jet of is 186a�. Go no Rai or in no. 84 the Itelo by arrived when i Moat bid Faro will to Many of my old comrades of the a a Pmj of the Ohio and doubtless the bum a nil wooo Home when we All most separate. It is a Farewell tinged with no feeling of sadness save for the loss of Pur Brave Quot Vitt Trade rho have fallen. Our tho Aghta it parting Are of dirty Faith full done of it Lara Thipa and dangers 1 Ravely met of Batty Foight and iric tories won of our Glori Riib in fun saved from distr action and Natira Roay re established of the basis of Freedom for All of dear Homes and Fri ends to which we Are return log. Render and tel fold More dear by the Price it has boat us to preserve them and of the grate fill Welcome that awaits us among our Fhon a and countrymen. I it the memory of Knoxville Rebacca �z>alla8, Kenesaw Chattahoochee and Atlanta of Colombia Franklin and Nash of Ort Wagner Drury s Bluff cold Harbort Eversburg. Richmond and fort Hur son of fort Fisher Anderson Wil mint flab and Kinston Ever remind us of the Prio Elaas value of Oor free institutions and incite in of that faithful discharge of Oor Datiana As citizens which alone can Leoore to a and to Oor posterity the foil Fruita of tha i Otoria which As soldiers we have won. My comrades. I bid Yoo Farewell and May almighty go gtd Blesa and Reward you for 70ttr patriotism and Fidelity in the Yansa of Liberty and Union and May he Comfort and protect the widows and orphan children of our comrades who have Given their lives for their country. J. M. Schofield. Major general. The president on the Public debt. In in interview Between the president and general Logan on the 31st ult., the of Mirsaidi Quot the finances of the country were in a hopeful condition that probably it was possible to resume specie payment immediately were it not for the commercial distress it would create throughout the country generally. As to the Public debt of the country he was in favor of paying it to the last Dollar and would never Counte Nanca. Any Man party sect or measure that Tyfo squinted at repudiation in any Cape or form. It was a legacy of the us for Good or evil. It a not possible Toa Hirk it. On the other cd the great question won id be to make it if possible an instrument of Good not a Vil to the Public if to Emo racy Are coming up As thay Profaca to say they will to the support of the present administration they Moet set their feet squarely on the neck of that element of the party a High Lite a at he ability of re pod i Ting the debt contrib cited in prosecuting the War. Tha president is for paying every Dollar of this debt incurred to ave the nation. Home up to the scratch. 1 if i Tea it. So re dry Havoic of Chicago tho logical a Mel airy in his address this year to the Grad oatting Elias has Beloti a Fol thought or Yoda be a Atar shining in glory in the upper firms a do. Whf then. It May a yours to quiet Little Lake Small old in hid away a Mong the to attains Ahel by Verdora do a go to. A two to the heaven and ref Ecung the Gli try of that Jeri Kaov per lib fat i pity a it tank her Filo a. A North Carolinia correspondent of the Kawl Orit times says disc Over among All classes a feeling of Lotta Proba trility of Liao big Davis it i Man Thim to Haar people. Say that they 10 hang. A iras 4li� a Arost prom aant a of Baiod Leader in tha sooth who a tamped. Irorth"6iiioliba Idt tfx a life or Ali Iio. A pts Job Nim to of Hii or with to want piece and wipe of tha a Thilia Baad Karobias Matt Itati Bow ind Bia memory 4� Aldfo atm a Tom �o0bte.wbr. Correspondence of the Connerville times. Cut of Iowa Jone 22, 1865. Eds. Timbs a since i wrote Yoo last from Thia Piu we Hava Takao trip on the Mississippi River. It a a Majestic and be Rea ripped. This Trade is building up Clinton and will make it an important the Southern rebellion being now crushed Trade will be resumed on the River As it affords cheaper transportation and much of the pro Duce that has been diverted through Chicago hat the Northern demo ratio party during the War will now seek a Southern outlet.1 a High during the conflict 6f arms Aid Dita Awraam. Though tha Rapida be Kook and a abort distance above Davenport Obat oct navigation in Tim a of is water. The latter of these obstruction a could easily be improved the former would be More diff Colt and expansive. We stopped Cordova a Small town on the Illinois aide of the River. From this plan a we took a drive into the country and crossed the Maridora a Esiau Alv i a tibial it i dog through in open Prairie Valley which produces a vat amoo of grata. In time of High water in tha Mississippi the water rops through thu Valley into Rock Aijrer. Between Cordova and this Valley or High is from one to two Miles wide there in ln�0 farming land. Cordova Haa a Post office several chord free and a Fine school build ing in which is taught a graded the town has also its share of retail stores and a depot for Grain it has no manufacturing establishment except the common Blacksmith and Carpenter shops. It we returned to Clinton last monday and have taken a full View of the town and its surroundings. Although Lyons two Miles up the River is a place of Soine business and Folton also on the opposite aide of the River in Illinois yet Clinton is Boond to take the Lead and will certainly become quite a City at no Distant Day. It is improving fast. Its population is probably not Over 2,600, yet it covers a consider so a amount of ground. Along the River in front of the town Are three Large steam Law Mills which do an amount of business that Wotila Surprise a Hoosier. These Mills have gang saws which cot into Inch lamber a whole log at one through. The logs Are Pine and come from he Northern wineries being floated Down the River in rafts. One Mill has two gang saws also a saw for cutting Square Timber another for sawing shingles and another for cutting laths also a planing and flooring Mill and a saw cutting weather boarding. The entire machinery is of Superior kind and is driven by a new application of Power that of friction Iron wheels running upon wooden ones thus saving a Large amount of bands. The machinery runs steadier with Little noise and great precision. The Railroad depot and machine shops give employment to five Hundred hands there Are five other machine shops two grist Mills a depot for produce a printing office numerous retail stores and Public Bouses. There is a Large body of Fine land contiguous to town affording room for an extensive cite which is above High water Mark and has a Rock foundation. Town lots Are not held at fabulous prices they can be purchased at from 8150 to $1,000, and Are 60 feet front by 160 feet deep. Altho Togli there ire five railroads commenced which will ultimately Cross the state fro ii East to Ifert yet i con Vinced that Clinton will take the Lead All the Augiar towna., no other Azotion of the state affords better lends than this and with the rail pad no better facilities for farming. The distance across the Stata from Clinton is 300 Miles. Here the River Skeer a great Bend Aast to that a line dream East Side for North to oth would Cross West of the River 60 Milea from this place. Clinton is 148 Miles Weet of Chicago and is the Only Point at which the Mississippi can be bridged unless at re i iat Clayal i i is completed and Cara Ara Ronning Over a glance at any Good map will show thai tha.9ilropi�onping from cd Imago it lip a i Clinton and crossing the Missouri to fort Kearney the Point ton Kioh the great Central Rofe of the Pacific rail a maid to go a on the same line of lat Itoda a the Eity of ton striking the Pacino in tha aame Kitna and Roii Biog along tha Northern Lwy it it of Utah Nevada and California. Tha Lioata of rain kids a jct of Diong from boat on through Central a Tork and a dog tha a a agora of Ohio to Toledo and Ohio and thana through Thia Plaza Loiba Dai mob a Riff a Soo mil0s we a of a lib Wio abeam Waful Opar Atim tha a of tire gift delegates representing several Neatem cities recently visited Boston and consulted with the a amp end in Ite Pitalis 4ltsthat. Titer .01 the it amp traae it one Oft Wai to position to establish a line of steamers Between Boston and Kew orly Ana in which proposition St. Louis took an Active interest and since the return of her delegates that City has raised a sum sufficient to guarantee the Success of the Enterprise. If it is accomplished it will largely increase the River Trade of the whole Mississippi Valley and this Point will receive its full Shue of the benefits. The Fate a rom cd Crsp a e to it. If nes lies tir Digh this Plit ii i you leave the at Nevada 30 Miles from the fort and take the stage. It is not the route but then is less staging and is by far the quickest. In writing the above i have ground nobody s fix nor have i one to grind but if i a spare Tooney i Ould invest it Here Philip Mason. Vim 6u4t nov Sci hot is by. Lha Indof the armed rebellion train Beers Tea Isoda that has been tried ati arms to the in Litiola Field with essentially the a snipe division of parties hot with this differ reverence. .1� a Milter Afima def. A tha Btl Olridg up a i a it Laid in Job a i Jef it my and Calila a i it a in a la a Dalai of hydrophobic Wal try Ite Wood a lao i him a a id a food roof of Saraf Midi a lift of a Hieb Tali ill. In a pop a in Jim a Mur it Dan Tenca a a ii Ord the a Bonteai i a the Baal id tha mining Mir Rocky a for a to ids. Ifo rata Feoni tha 9mt tbr0gh St. Logia to Peri or Oan 00, or at any Early period Amity largely to the Quot Iii my Alee of fms Trisik Lisle and to tha4dmtamr okie a a the wide Sei of Jae Laflel lying Wisl it along Leeiii of the Railroad will afford in innit be Law Mailer Agri Eul Rai ptts Ducu which will St a a Cim Over Liec Raur sad Sasi a a a ie4ri?v a i a bulk mob will Tell a Oeh Ebal news items. Rev. R. Grundy an Able presbyterian minister of Cincinnati died in Daf Lon Ohio on the evening of the 27�o� ult. Afire at Quebec Canada on the 22d ult. Destroyed one Hundred houses and rendered five hundreds film Ilia homeless. Nathan Perry segued in 1804 on the spot where Clevela Iid Ohio now Sti is died a. Few 4sy since. He was one of the wealthiest men of that City. The wife Fyk Secretary Seward was to ried at Auburn n. T., on the 24th ult. Her funeral was largely attended. John Mitchel took oot his Nator Aliza tips papers in Washington in 1860. In being asked Why he did so if he intended to join in the secession movement he laughingly replied that he did so As a pre Minary step to that end. It is estimated that Tea receipts from customs for the fiscal year ending with the 30th of the past month will fall Short of those of the previous year by about 918,0,000. The Compie sooner of internal Revenue estimates that the re it my pts from that source will reach $206,000,000. Oen. Terry has put a Stop to the prese Outton of the feed men by the virginians. The petersbur4ews has been suppressed for disloyalty and the Richmond times warned to change its tone. In the Eleo Tioy at Norfolk Many rebel soldiers participated. Troubles have occurred there Between the returned rebel soldiers and the freedmen. Gen. Howard of the feed men s Bureau is inquiring into the subject. Or. J. G. Holland better known to the literary world a Timothy Titcomb is engaged upon a life of president try noon. He brings to this work abilities that will make it interesting. John c. Breckinridge escape into Cuba in a Small boat. He was still at Havana on the 29th Oil. A Gayle who advertised for Money to pro Core the assassination of the president is to be tried in Alabama instead of Washington. Daring the past thirty Days tha quartermaster at fortress Monroe his discharged from the government Eit ploy one thousand vessels of All descriptions. Mrs. Jefferson Davis is residing it present at Savannah Georgia. She is said to be in Desti tote Circum Tancza. The Way of the transgressor is hard. Advices from Mexico Fevo Rable to the republicans have been received at Washington. Tha Libra is were etes Dily a rising in numbers and spirits. We Ile Mali Milian was losing in the same proportion. It was confidently believed the Empire would break Down by the 1st of january. It is announced that mrs. Lincoln has at last accepted by letter tha proposition Orthe association for building a Monument to her husband at Oak , near Springfield Iii., and giving her and her family tha ase of he lot is a burial place. The persons haying by arg a of it. Vernon the lome of Washington re bitter rebels. They come led a colonel of a n Region a it to 9100, before permitting Hie nmn. see the Premie is. Returning Veters a have also Baa Tornado away my so Osa they had not a Ney enough to admission fee. A Bra two ii to Sliser Leo to Baa Job Liah Iid a Taft la 111aatim��ir the pro Taai a al Pixie of up info Rake Wiir Randy. Attn a Rai Issow a cell al a Rit Pipota. Gold waa five Par a Anli ram Ion of lat of iffy lilo lib Fin a a. A a i i. A i. A a a Organ id our a i Torr Tiara from not of bar of conc add rate Only by Athy and an Iii lira Edt and by Effort to weak a he a Iris my it Andi abortive plots to Jire Cipi talk Toso reaction in the free states now opt no Yoila its confederates in a consolidated party i6verned by the Sinie will and motive and Dia Sipline. The treachery that through the Long domination of that party demoralized the Over Ament by putting avowed secessionists in Power that betrayed the nation into the hit Fri of a Secer Ion cons Puricy and that brought al th0 i Rasta and Slaughter and misery of War opon the country and loaded a hitherto on bordered people with debt and times Defeated in War now combing is and again so a is Power to repeat itself. The patriotic people who so stained the government through this great War and tha he roes who went Forth to fight rebellion in the Field have now to meet the same enemy at the polls animated by a he same Reelious spirit determined to Rule the nation and o have revenge in political Power for defeat in War. The work our soldiers have so bravely done in the Field must be completed and established at Home or All their services and sacrifices will have been thrown away. We need not say to the american soldiers who have experienced the Southern disposition that although subjugated it has lost none of its hostility. They need not to to told that if the beaten rebels could obtain poetical Power they would use it to take Vengo Anco for their defeat they would degrade the Brave men who have saved the nation repudiate the country s obligations to the living and the families of the slain repudiate the debt incurred to subdue their rebellion and renew the same attempt to make the Unity of the nation hang on the continuance of their party in Power. We need not say to the american soldiers that the party which while they were in the Field aided and comforted the enemy is still ruled by the same spirit and will use All Ite political Power to place the control of the country in the same enemy s hands. The organs and leaders of that party make no professions of any they still insist that the right of secession is hot taken away by defeat in War that the government had no constitutional Power to coerce the South that All Ite acts of War were in violation of the Constitution and that Evhen the War ceased the rebels retain full Possession of their state government and the United state had no Power to interfere with them in any manner. They still claim that slavery the cause of All our woes is legally in existence in the South and that the states have entire control of the relation and they go for re establishing it. The Victory which has Cost the nation so dearly in the Field is yet to be secured by vigilance and Fidelity at Home or lost by indifference and neglect. Peace is to a established by keeping the enemy out of political Power or the War restored by allowing Power to lapse into the hands of an Ever vigilant enemy. It is no time for the Loyal people to go into a political sleep with the idea that the work a done the country says and henceforth there is nothing for them to do. The Eventa of the coming four years will be a important to the existence of Thia Republic a those of the psst foor year have been. Are to restore the Confederate democrats to Power now we bad better never have sex i Del the Kves fat them Down. A Alet every Loyal a it Sens stated faithfully by the principle it be has ii trained through the armed rat lion Ard govern his vote by them in air political affair i. Let a very patriotic Eoldia be eur ittle at the Victory which Cost hint such hardships in the Field and which so Many of his comrades Laid Down their lives to achieve is hot permit Tod to slip Back into the hands of the ene in by his Supin eness under the idea that the great conflict is Cincinnati Gazette. Hew lamp Earlde is prod we. Tha immense forests in North Carolina which covet the a amp Andy ridges Between the Ewa mpa and water course consist almost wholly of the Long leafed Pine the pint Pius str of tha. Southern states. From them is gathered one of the great Staples of North Carolinas the turpentine. And although this product and its derivatives Are in our country almost in a common use Asb and and meat vary Little is known it of the manner of producing them. We will therefore Endeavor to describe them accurately these Trees at majority Are savant or High tar feel High and their trunks eighteen or Twenty feet in diameter near the Baba. The grow cloak together very straight and in tool branches two thirds of their bight. O verbs so their interlocking crowns form a Contino Oha vhf do canopy while beneath the ground we Dir in with a thick yellow mitting of Pine Straw clean dry level and unbroken by undergrowth. The privilege of tapping the tree is generally Farmed out by the land owner at a stated Price per thousand say from Twenty to thirty dollars. Under this privilege the labourer commences his operations. During the Winter he chops deep notches into the base of the tree a few inches from the ground and slanting inward. Above to the bight of two or three feet the surface is scarified by Chipping off the bark and outer Wood. From the surface the resinous sap begins to flew about the Middle of Marchat first very slowly but More rapidly during the heat of the summer and slowly again As Winter approaches. The liquid turpentine Rone into the notches or boxes As they Are technically called each holding from a quart in half a this As it gathers is dipped ont with a wooden spoon barrelled and carried to Market where it commands the highest Price. That which roses out and hardens upon the scarified surface of the tree in scraped Down with an Iron instrument into a sort of Hod and is sold at an inferior. Price. Every year the process of a clarifying is carried two or three feet higher up the trunk until it reaches the height of twelve or fifteen feet As High As a Man can reach with Hie Long handled Cutter. When this ceases to yield the same process is commenced on the opposite Side of the trunk. An average yield is about Twenty five barrels of turpentine from a thousand Trees and it is estimated that one Man will dip ten thousand a a it ones. The produce is carried to Market on a sort of Dray or cart which holds but two barrels consequently the barrels Are always seen setting about in the Woods in couples. The Trees at length die under these repeated operations. They Are then felled split into Small Sticks and burned for tar. The dead Trees Are preferred for Hia purpose because when life ceases the resinous matter concentrates in the Interior layers of the Wood. In buildings tar Kiln a Small circular Mound of Earth is first raised declining from the circumference to the Center where a cavity is formed communicating by a conduit with a Ahal Low itch surrounding the Mound. Upon this foundation the split Sticks Are stacked to the bight of ten or twelve feet. The stack is then covered with Earth As in ita aking charcoal and the fire applied through an opening in uie top. As this continues to born with a smouldering heat the Wood is charred and the tar flows into the cavity in tha Center and thence by the the Ditcher into vessels sunk to Rao Eire it. One thing at a Tim. One thing at a time my dear Fallor a one thing at a time. If Yoo attempt to lift both the Twina and your wife Over the Stream at Onoe you will probably drop Ibe doll of one of the Little of Naan and the Boot net of the other and al tha wife Delili ankle deep into the Stream. Som men of extraordinary gift can Rook the Cradle Ani read the paper at Tea same time but fax can air the Hominy and Oal Cuesta an eclipse at once without Horning the Ona and postponing the other for a year of to. Yoo May put As Many Irons in the fire the Furnace will hold if Yoo Tina a them rightly about their coming out. But Don l try to Hammer out All at the same time nor Atten opt to Ahapa an eel Pear and h Horsa aha Nail at tha Mma Bloir. A Wise builder will have to a masons Buist hand and tha # arpenter8 there and mood work it a a Adit a with equal Page by Fly does not draw no Tea for new Boose while a a Dii log tha Piti for another. We my set out it life thai will be growing while we sleep w in ski i put clock that will go its Roond while i Pic of town on an errand but we do til i out Trees nor wind clocks while Ronnii errands or while asleep. A it is Wise to have things so situated thai there be no chinks Between our jobs no time wasted in taking of Anothy i Harhen one is ended and when really tired of one we can refresh oneself by Labouring at another. But it is wasteful to turn from one undertaking to another while yet for so enough to push the first to a Conol Osiolek one thing at a time and thoroughly ii the secret of Success in All great Attar a Mente. Crowd the inspiration in below Meiji narrow Banks too narrow to allow of two jobs to ride abreast and Yoo can t float Down it any task Yott Bava attempted though a Large among Oor common labor ils As a seventy four is among other Abies. But Widen the Stream to accommodate a score of trifling tasks and half of them will stick at Sand bars and be left for another tide. I it oeral Haat. The latest personal anecdote of Den it Grant in of a recent Toomey of his in a Railroad train where he displayed As Osuald Tipne of the insignia of his rank. A Youthful Book peddle traversed the car crying Quot life of Gen. a mischievous Aid pointed to the general s seat suggesting to the boy that that Man might like a general Gram turned Over the pages of the Book and casually asked Quot who is it this is All about Quot the boy giving him a look of Indig ii tion and disgust replied Quot you must be a darned Greeny not to know Gen. Grantl after this Tollay the lieutenant Genaro al of course Sorra dered and bought Bia 94,000 race Between a horse and a steam Carriage at new Haven last weel resulted ilk the signal defer of the lattes but they Are going to try it 9�io. �1 to team Man alleged that bad fodder which Means Coal injured the Speed of the ibb motive. Made. It took 91 91 in Gold. I. wire to. I army write to to London that Flora Only Fony Ira big a Arieto Ai Atara wbk it Jde Riog i hts Leta Wir. Baff a buy Ami ill Law Oil car lab is Boi that. Broo Ghoul tha ooii4 Tasi aha ,Fah, Ibi close. Albert Pike of a re visas Aras by Ladia a a Piwko. Fiir Daj pfc ii a 00 i. we Abii Itoi it Lettla by Iba by a to Molj Oovi Nia Abl a bail in in a a Viiar by Fitti iat link a lilt Iritz by Oil Jame it Flotto Tsofi Assanet Faataa Gayle,.the lawyer who oped to Cavise the assassination of p.re8idint"ln-Coin, Andrew Johnson and Williaam h. Inward if 91,05b.000 were raised for to i purpose in Wash Ogton As Haa Beaufi Ala Tad. He Beni in ican Days big a Tiki j air bpqs4 individual coarse feat Raa Well Bro Niimd Wothern lie is dressed in Light Gray pants Bottort an to lord mgt at. Over Umoh is a Lino Gat a Mao to and Waara a Well Battard. Wok to Valpa hat. Or. Gayla appear to Barboni 46 years of age and Hie Gray Hawk Lika a Vaa with stangly naked Quot Osiow a Faai Quot a Law Fornara give him tha appear Anea of a a Randi Eold blooded Rascal. Is Alec Gas. Alhi British Burdof Tirada hav Ailsab tha following reliable a Noog to Fri Jil la Ltd the few Tuffil of evening indicates Winda pile yellow wet Beatral May id cd is titles a favor Ona iii4hfi Jno Biog. The o oi4itare foil Ofman Ningon Bemm Lee. If the up Ifni an Inifi. Undefined and Featham Iba a Baite in b6siiir 4f a idea Aivil hard ilwc9mddafitiilait win Finiw Kila Ibi Mit Illia Spiik Quot general Grant s big Baad. From Wilkes spirit. We see it stated in that Gen Arar Grant s right hand was so badly 8#ol-Len by the Tinie he reached Boffalo that a had. do his shaking with the left. If this report is True we know How his right hand became disabled and an explanation of the cause will reveal another of his traite of character which will not fail to greatly impress the Public. During the Gene ral s overwhelming Impero input reception at the Astor House in thie City a tall athletic Man who came in turn after gripping Hie hand firmly comm need wrenching it till the Elbow torn a pain fury in tha too Kat. A receiving the fellow s object the general who has himself a powerful i in Sud Tenily twisted the Ruf Sanly hand la and la oking a Rai Stab t steadily into its two ii a Eye contented himself with throwing it off and with merely saying in an in Der tone which was not hand even by a far of his staff you infernal a i by a it co in we a you Dow he than released Hin and the villain glad Toba let Quot off itt Thia ii4jr, hour idly a lid through tha a to Ira i Tea Furba Arasta of is Lamaral Rable tin a daring Labia Otto Raga l a of pc which would Baraw Obj noted Gresser to have Baba tro to Piao is to Dicaita of grail Magoa Nimitz Ai of Aristar. And if Roa of great improve exits in sewing Mac Lii is. Empire shuttle Maehoie a patented february 14, 1860. 8aii8b00m8 no. 536 York. No. 262 Washington . No. 720 Che it Street. ¿phila4elplis of this machine is Qonsul Tuetel Oier x ept Elj new principles of me Hanic a tos Sessing i airy Tare and valuable apr Orementa having been examined Byi Het Moat pro ftps experts and pronounced to to get so Plinty. And parsec toil cqmbind4 it has a straight Needle perpendicular not Ion makes the lock or shuttle St off it which will Nelthia in Norita a and a Jim on both sides performs Perfit stewing on every Des Critton of material . Leather Fashho finest Wonsook Muslin with lotto Linen or silk thread from the Eranest to the i having neither Cam nor Coo a by acid the least possible friction a it snug Alf sin pot a up Glass Ana is Imphal Oatt a Voun Jelm Kilfian it re nirm fifty per it. Less Power to drive u than any other Maenche in the Iha Koi. A nil twelve Yeara of age can work without fat irae or injury to health c i. Its strength and wonderful my Loci to of Ender it i Aimi Impi Bible it oat of order,and., al company to give entire satisfaction. We respectfully a Viteau the tube Waif Fame to Supply themselves with. A paper for article to Home and examine this us aty alled machine. Bat in a More Especial manner Idof we solicit to Hacop age of Corset Sikli Imide Vest aah a Patti a a ii ski Moda is Ftping Bollar in warm Damn a jew Hora Lei a not to Handy is to i Farl a flu Imp no a War my Over Iba Buller Ihab a May motor in Tea Diah in bit feb la Buttar a Laid. Thi Lorilei at Iba Olimb Vittay a Oor Kad a Noi. Fhy mrs Osi if a a tuba a Aruba Dwarf is to ill cellar it to a of tit Drite a a a Olfan Cirii bar if Kabatra Otid of Betti life Ario Aala a to Ign Itiat Ili tia id la Tab to my Siw in la rib a la Rimpf win a a a a a Ion ii Ai Quot Quot a f f Mel to tailors Chiev up a Kurt Mann Liq Tommy a a a a a 8h#be�oniilfakers� dress makers and Ckarl ume lnat�tht�9ha Jill a a Licheri de it Idun. Price a i ii�z3v 2bah� cd la pts Ujj and Quot braider,.m. Eve Uto. 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