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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1883, Logansport, Indiana T vex as3 if weekly journal. Vol.35.logan8pobt. Indiana. Stub put april 1883.-10 pages. No. 19. Mew Mexico. As it look to a la of a a port boy. By Ito Jotter aii after Brief Tope it Chi oof 6t Loai sad in mum City Jour Corrm pendent checked Bisyk Lik a a a to spend a Brief int Orvla in in Jig ont the of Antsy Una . Ite Flat tix Hundred Milee of the set in Hondred and fifty a bib stretch Between yen we City an leave gab Are det Ltd of interest and even term Pine to one who has been Over the Roate before but a the Atchison. Topeka and hanta be enters the foot Hills of the Baton Range of mountains one Hundred and fifty Miles North of Here the Bor Ronnings claim the attention of thet Ireler. Two Mogni engines of eight Drivers each were hitched to our train of six cars and the ascent which in Many places is one Hundred feet to the mile was commenced. The scenery along this part of our journey is wild ranged and Awe inspiring. The track is hardly Ever straight for a distance of one Hundred Fleet winding round the his across yawning chasms and by the Side of towering Cli fld. At 7 00 a. M we Transf cd Baton Tunnel at the Summit of the Range the Elevation of which is 6666 feet above sea level and commenced the Deacent reaching Baton the most Beautiful town of the territory a half hour later. The country Here is High and dry the Elevation being air thousand feet breakfast a Dollar id drinks. I presume in proportion. Trip from Baton to la vegas is e of thriving interest. I introduced myself to the Engineer asked for a seat in Ute cab and got it. Forty Miles to the Weet with its peaks Clad in Peren Ial Snow is the snowy Range of the 81-Eina,towering like giant pillars of Salt and of liver out of sight for a Hundred Naira. This portion of the a. T. S. F. Pm i through one of the finest cattle countries in new Mexico but All the water privileges in these parts Are taken no and Are held at almost fab ions flares. At Springer we paced tha Ottto ranch of Dorsey Ltd in of the a title Kings of this local and known to la a the great tar his Milho Nairas All fenced erase seventy Fine the mid head of cattle the value Row Hiilis i it Way up in the millions. A tills in Only one of three immense Ismea owned or. Bor Star the by Emi Tika n Pipier and Pencil Ana Ion is delighted with the country and climate and thinks of locating. Hugh of mme formerly of the journal typographic at Force arrived in Las vegas a Day or so ago and will adjust the movable alphabet on the optic. Frank j. Hener formerly superintendent of the ��1 River Road with headquarter at Logan port now Man Ager of the Penns Ulai car works at Detroit arrived Here last Katurd at the timings by special car. The them Adirondack. With a party of ten including his wife and daughter. Or. H s manner of travelling be tokens that pros Perii which his Emin Oit Good qualities deserve. While Over to the town of Las vegas re today i met Rev. Brown formerly a Tor of the Broadway m. E. Church at Logansport and who pitched Bis tent on the la it tier something Over a year ago. Or. Brown is thoroughly pleased with the West and would not return to Indiana. He is regarded As one of the most eminent Young Clergyman in the territory and has a Brilliant future before Liim. He desired to be remembered to Bis numerous friends in the City of Bridges. De. Friend and who in Logansport does t know de. Friends a prominent citizen and one of the Boomers of Las Vas. He come Here from Terre haute seven months ago to Drill a military company got Quot stuck on the country and is Here to stay. He is Captain of the san Mignemi rifles the Pride i the territory from a Milieu by stand mint and City editor of the daily evening optic one of the brightest and Best papers in new Mexico. He is a prime favorite and will yet be Beard from. More anon. April 11, 1883. W. K. L Las vegas hot firings n. Men who will immediately take the places vacated 8. B. Kerlin Joaeph Kinney we. Parka a. Osblom Sam l. Johnson f. K. Selim and win. Hogle p. C. Weise. Cha. Don bar Chas. Vic cry Jerome Dif in and Jas. Keigher. A of theae men have been for tight conductors on the pan handle and they Are promoted according u their term of service with Tui company and a their individual merits desk it. Superintendent Bent of the new Soili and new England Road has offered positions to several of the discharged men. The excitement attending this Wool Peale beheading will Abate the officials of this Road and the Nubuo generally will pursue the even Tenor of their Way and in time the matter will a forgotten to a great extent but to the conductors who Are discharged the matter will be an eternal disgrac9.their Pride and Belf rept it has received a blow that will always rankle. A Job Oral for several weeks past the conductors of the several divisions of the pan handle Railroad entering in this City have been uneasy As to the Rumor that a general change would be made All Aloi a the line of the above route. The action of the j. Amp i. Official sin dismissing a number of their conductors two weeks since caused this Rumor to receive More credence Tolian was at first attached to it. It culminated finally this morning by some twelve of the Best conductors on or. Watts division of the fan Idle receiving the billowing note each conductor dear sir after Date your service a Are no Long r required. Please turn Over to Irain matter Green As Early a Poa Sibie All Atnip Nacenta baling Long to the company in your Joa Saarion. Taeao Duflon of Yentao flt Tinc testimonial. For the past few Days the lady friends of mrs. Mary Ward have been discussing the propriety of in some manner showing their appreciation of the Many acts of kindness performed by that lady in ministering to the wants of the sick and relieving the distress of those whom mls Fortuna had overtaken. As a leading member of the St. Vincent choir for Many years she has always been faithful in attendance and to her Active internet May be attributed the reputation this choir has gained for itself among the lovers of sacred music. The matter took Diane tuesday evening at the lady s residence on third Street where about fifty ladies assembled to Surprise her and the High regard in which she a held by her friends was practically demonstrated by the numerous presents she received. Squire Shaffrey on behalf of the ladies explained the purpose of the gathering and in an appropriate speech presented her with the various testimonial a. The evening was spent in pleasant pastimes and the guests remained until a late hour. Mrs. Ward Baa reason to feel Happy in the reflection that she Baa the respect and Hateam of her Nomer Ous acquaint canoes and the Evant Tea Day arming flu of the to vol pm try Rani a. Ipolia journal the state of at Nathaa what it has Long a poetical of Beer in the person Oao eral Hord. In his Polmon regarding the Laws the following sex found Ceiaa business in which Patio has a direct and Poai it and Tia subject to the tha body politic which May and enforce compliance with As May be Etab listed a authority for the com. It is the policy of the to subject insurance business super Ion and control for Security of policy hold the auditor an exec Boer of the stale has Bema the custodian of this vital and t Trust invested in some de Ith Power and authority to in the practice of opposition in and of Niue with which the be Hal have been too often deluged by the a a cons Conable Inacy nations of Soma irresponsible companies the a Sidia Ruffic of a vision and Asun subset Lilal As an exhalation a Bubble or a Linam. The great Philoe Ober of poetry must have had some such inst Tatini in View when be declared that of wins Clation bodies fort i the Neais of tilings unknown the poet 8 tons them to a base and gives to airy a ims it edition and a name Quot and Quot that s something Uke Quot As the Street a apr lesion has it. Heretofore of Beu opinions have been Dull and prosaic. Their publication was noes a a in but they were of Little inter eat to the Goi eral Reader. Attorney general Baldwin promulgated some Learned and fir quent opinions but they lacked poetic Ivor. The i kits were All right and the construction legally Correct but la Bone of them could you find a positive Ezra station of Genius. Or. Valdiri Orold not invest an opinion on a Lna Orance Law with delicious sent Init a in the extract Given above. In his official opinion was asked proper tax on dogs of dive ii genders he could not answer it in a Humer to satisfy the longing soul to lift the weary mortal above Basa wordly aft Alxa. Or. Baldwin waa an the general Datka of Ciao film i Pic a waa Alao real Handy when wanted to make a All classes of society. During his arduous and unremitting professional career at Connersville he accumulated quite a competency but unfortunate Railroad invest note so away the earnings of Salifo. The doctor was Buffred soon aft the commencement of practice to miss Callen of Fayette county Indiana by whom he had several children All of whom Are dead except mrs. T. Immel and a daughter at Liberty Indiana. His companion preceded Bim to the silent beyond some ten years loved and respected by All who knew her. For seven or eight years past the doctor Baa resided in this City with his daughter and has been a great Sutterer mgt a diabetes. Two years since he had partial paralysis of one Side from which he never recovered. During All his weary Daye of Al Section be has had the unremitting attention of . Immel to soothe and 2are Lur him. Indianapolis times we Iam Coup has entered a suit against the Wabash for $100,000 damages. The suit grows out of the Accident to coup s show last August while in route from Cairo 111., to Detroit. The suit has been anticipated by the Wabash company and in Ikot has been threatened for a Long time. Several parties Hurt in the Accident which occurred at new Burnside 111., have been settled with by the Wabash company and this it is alleged has started a Boom of prosecutions. A Side show actress who has been absent in Europe last week began a suit of the same kind claim ing permanent in Juliea. Tha Wabash claims that there is no cause of action against it for the reason that coup s show was travelling Over the county under an Iron Clad contract with the various Railroad that it Pam Dover and the roads would not beheld liable for and Accident happening to it or any of Ite employee. This suit will be an important one As a Teet of ironclad contracts and As to the liability of railroads for consequential damage under there contracts. Railroad officials think that if such suite Are liable to occur it will be advisable not to Curry shows or other consequential property. Method Tot cob frence. The Northern Indiana methodist conference which has been in session for several Daya past at Noblesville ind., Cloyad tue edit and those in a the news in Brief. The firt Imber Fleet of the sri Tod at Chicana Small a is alarmingly on the increase at Scranton a. Fifth eight new mormon missionaries Are on their Way to Europe. Coeton s night signals Are to be on tie Lake. The production of Iron and sted shows a Kirge decrease in ims Orer 18bl trying to pass a gilded Nickel Wib eos to a Wiso Orji Man one year s hard labs and ,000 Fina five Hundred dwellings and Oti Iet property hate been co Samed in the tillage of saw Iwaneko Bossia. Fire at Huntington w. Ya., destroyed �?�40,000 Worth of property and Modesi Twenty families homeless. The stockholders of the Mutual it Nina Telegraph company ratified the Kase Fiti knee to the Western Union Herman Buff crazy with drink Raa throng Bleeker Street new York shouting 1 vant to kill president a cargo of Little new Yolk Eity 4-year> Olds mostly fondling a used through to be adopted Nome governor Butler s veto of the appropriations for Massae cossetts Ebar Tabis institutions was sustained by the Bonsal Fred Douglass whose first wife died Ever a year ago a about to marry a Yoag woman several shades lighter than him of Andrew Colquitt claiming to be a half brother of the Georgia senator has been arrested at Philadelphia for a teabag s watch. At the election of directors for the new York Central Road Theta Duldt Tickel waa supported by te0,5oo, Mortti of Stock. A the wife of Osmund Tearle the new Yak actor Jyh ending her suit f w divorce has been Grants 2,000 a Limey and 9300 Coon sol the companies interested in the pro France Pool in capital of a ter tool posed Grain cargo insurance Pool in Chicago combined Quot Quot represent a comi 000,000 the Connecticut Senate by a vote 15 to a Defeated the Bill forbidding Rao roads in charge a higher rate for freight for Short Dis lances than for Long. A number of gambling Bouses and policy Shope hate been again raided anew York. The police inspector intended to dry is the Gambier from the City. The Steamer John s. Branford valued at �?�9,00 and loaded with in too feet of Walnut lumber Stock a reef cd Dean Sis Lii forty Milea below Memphis Aad Saak Bai Road c<nbmis8�ooner Fink an a oases a Leda euro la Toufie Delv Han an it up Tali a Kaaa the territory. Ui8 a Saab hot 8primgs. Laa vegas hot Spring where we Are now domiciled is rapidly coming to the front As the most noted and a Tractive health and pleasure resort in the West the hot Springs Are six Miles Weet of Las pm at the foot Hills of the Spanish Range of the Rockies and at the Mouth of Gallinas Canon. Here is a Beautiful plateau comprising about fifteen acres walled in by Cliffy and sloping Bills Clad in Pines. Where the Bio Gallinas enters this plateau these Springs Laden with minerals Bubble Forth irom the bowels of the Earth to the number of forty. The temperature of the water in the various Springs varies from 110 to 140 . The wonderful curative a fees have but recently come into Geld notice Alt Bough the mexicans and indians have resorted hither with their sick lame and deformed it i for a Hundred years. The Atchison Topeka a Santa be r. has commenced Here a grand system of improvement and will it is i Aid expend a million dollars. These improvements Are in the Way of hotels Bath houses water works drives fountains Aud Parks stocked with Deer Bear and wild cats. A favorite trip for tourists tarrying Here is to Trout Springs six Miles up the Canon. The trip is a most delightful one tie scenery Biag wild Aud Mage in the extreme Wii no Eviden Oes except broken Beer bottles and depopulated sardine boxes which line the Trail. Trout Springs teem with Mountain Trout and fishermen deem this a Paradise. The journey is made daily by men women and children on by the Burro is one of the indispensable a of. This As will Taoy mountainous country. He is something on the order of a Quot Pony Quot mule hardly As big As a yearling calf with ponderous ears and an amiable a the position. One can carry from two to three Hundred pounds a distance of Twenty five Mius a Day and can climb r Joy Mounta n that ii not absolutely . The Mirro i a comical looking Anima. Hilt it very apr ear a Noeff it to a Tiila Rhy Aud the Smitht of one is fun ii to to drive away the Mius. The pipe Forest hereabouts Coutair mtg ten tail lion Cia Namoni Bear fixes. Wild cats and Pule cat. In our wanderings up and Down the mountains a have thus Flor failed to encounter any of there first settlers but have noted the presence of the last named Irb afar. The pure and Deli Griful a Dimate the wild and Beautiful scenery the almost miraculously curative pro print Lea of the Springs renders this a resort let for the gods. La Short this i a Miowne country at Twenty one Diu i week. Akk Sonau Bimi 8teveup,a former i Liidi Ipolit boy now a resident of pc. Wayne ii it Immitt a most to Jana in ii to he Chi Aud Tia Ltd fou i i. He i in temporary charge of the Western Uii go Jet. Was to Bapt. This annunaiy.dlsbium�, coming a i Doaa without any direct Aming is bang interpreted in but one Way and that Aliat the conductors have been unfaithful to the Trust in posed in them and have been Quot knocking Down Quot As the saying is. This is manifestly an unjust interpretation of the causes that led to their dismiss dial. What these causes really Are and what instigated them Are Mere conjectures the officials at this Pace claiming to know nothing beyond the Mere fact of orders being received from Headquarters to notify the conductors of their dismissal. The discharged men Are All Well known in this City and have Alwa s borne the Best reputation. It is a most unpleasant feeling to receive a discharge and especially so when the discharge is a Companietz with no word of explanation and the sweeping manner in which this was done Oasis a reflection on the men s honesty that makes the discharge assume a disgraceful aspect. The journal does not propose to convict until there is evidence of a crime that admits of no contradiction and in the Case of the discharged conductors it must confess that the sudden style of Quot cutting Bill their Heads Quot looks to say the least a Little unfair. Some of these men have been in the employ of this for the past Twenty years have worked for its interest and been faithful in the discharge of their duties in season and out of season in disagreeable As Well As Fine weather and under All circumstances have endeavoured to do their duty con Sciuti uhly and for the Best interests of their employer. Under these Cir cum Atances a Little moderation would not have been amiss. A Litte Cousin Erat Ioa for the Dii Grace that Atten is such a deism ii Sal should have been exercised. It has been Well said that a corporation has no soul. When it becomes their interest As they suppose to accomplish certain ends they scruple nut to adopt any Means towards that accomplishment. The journal does not intend to question the right of the pan handle officials to dismiss or retain any Naan or set of men they choose but it does not look right to s i Dis i these men without just cause or at bet get without giving them a Chance to justify themselves. It was rumoured on the a streets Tjit Ibe reason of the to make places fur certain men with the Pennsylvania Oad. Bir is Untrif. Or. Wat has uoti ii the foil win it ii in to Bow dra of Dallta Rineai to know that there can be found those who can appreciate at their True Worth deeds of kindness and acts of Charity. The Honor done this lady was one worthily bestowed. The Crim cars. It has been some time since the newspapers have Chronick an Accident on the railroads at or near Logansport. But it seems that Railroad accidents must happen As Long As the present Mode of coupling cars is con tinned. Friday Arthur Mcdermott a brakeman on the Wabash just in the prime of life made a false move while making a coupling and As the result be loses Bis right limb if nothing More serious results. He was a brakeman on the local freight Waich reaches this City about noon. Friday at i p. He was working with the other Brake Meu making up his train when he met with the Accident that will Cost him so dearly. The train was in front of the a trash depot and the engine was backing up with several cars to the Point where one or two detached cars were standing. Mcdermott walked in to the draw bar of the car standing still and lifted the coupling pin out of the socket and placed it slanting from the top of the bumper so that the Jar of the moving car against the stationary one would make the pin drop Down into the soc get and connect the cars. This is a common Way to couple cars and is not considered dangerous. The j to of the cars however was to great and instead of the Rin dropping into its usual place it tumbled to the ground. Mcdermott stepped Between the mov aug cars and was about to pick the pin up when the tail of his coat was caught b the moving wheels Aud be a drawn Down onto the track t be wheel of one of the trucks passing Over Bis right leg near the hip. He was taken from beneath the cars As soon As possible and carried into the depot where the limb was amputated by in. Bell Stevens and Busjahn. He was afterwards taken to the Valley House opposite the depot and is at present being cared for there. His Home was at new Waverly and Bis Mother was telegraphed for and is tending for the unfortunate Man. His in was from Andrews to a Sayette. He ifs to have been married soon to an estimable Young lady of a Fayet e. He was aged near years. Utsu inuit or the lit snip world. Indeed it la under stood that Al Nidy a movement it Ltd foot to or it Mariae ids Ophelon on the Road Law when it shall have Bem Given. The Sak Tia foul of contemporaneous human internet and a play based upon it under such circumstances when produced with the proper accessories red lights and slow music must Adit Ieve great Success. If this venture prove successful or. Herd s subsequent opinion on the decedents estates act will be worked into a melodrama and produced with starting realistic effects. Or. Hord is a nun with . Instructive facts. Webster the lexicographer defines Catarrh to be Quot a discharge of fluid Hgt a the mucous membrane especially of the Noee faces and bronchial passages caused by a cold in the head. It is attended with cough thirst lassitude and watery it is a disease common alike to All classes of society and sections of country. Unlike an Ordinary cold it cannot be cured by household or family remedies but requires an antidote from the ranks of Materia Medica. The preparation so universally known under the name of Ely s Cream Balm is a Sovereign unfailing cure for Catarrh. It is a neat pleasant yet thoroughly efl9ca-Cious remedy. Quot i have been troubled with Catarrh so badly Quot writes b. F. Lipsner a. M., of red Bank. K. J., f it a several years that it seriously affected my voice. I tried various remedies without Relief. One bottle of Ely s Cream Balm did the work. My voice is fully restored and my Heid feels better than for Oigt to tax Rwjr. Samuel Miller m. D., died Friday morning at 8 a. At the residence i t. Immel his son id Law. Funeral at the residence Comer of ninth and Spear streets sunday afternoon at 2 p. Or. Miller was bom in Frederick Maryland in 1799, and was almost 84 years old at time of death. A Early life he received a Fine education studied Medicine and graduated at Jef Fern medical College Philadelphia in the year 1830. He came West and settled in the practice of his profession at Connersville ind., and or thirty years was Oue of the leading physicians of the White water a a us a. He w s noted in the profession for Bis urbanity Aud precision in medical etl Quet Aud was highly cultivated in the literature and Lang nce of his profession and took great Pride in adorning it and making it honoured Aud of a to pm cited a. de. The next conference meeting will a held at our neg hearing City of pern. Below a Given the appointment of the Northern Indiana conference for the enraging year for the Kokomo District by which it will be seen that Rev. H. Ford was returned to the Broadway m. A. Church at this place and Rev. S. Metts to the Market Street and Wheatland Street churches Kokomo a strict a. E. Disbro p. E. , Kokomo m. Way Man Abo g. B. Work. Bunker Hiu t. H. C. Beall. Cicero l. H. Beeker Tweed and Frankton j. B. Cook Goldsmith l. C. Kuot Jerome w. Hanrahan Jol Bettsville to be sup slide by Samuel a throw Kempton j. Ford Broadway Logansport m. S. Metts Union charge j. Cooper new Britton j. 8. Mcillwee new Waverly Thomas Stabler Noblesville w. H. Daniels Peru . Carpenter Point Isabel l. Noftzger. Rabda vice f. A. Fish Santa be E. White Sharpsville James Leonard Sheridan to be supplied by j. L. Foster Simms a. S. Wooten Tipton j. W. Cain. Westfield , Wal. Ton e. Osburn Windfall g. W. Lowry Xenia. _ not judicious. The fou owing communication from Logansport appeared in the Indianapolis journal of wednesday with reference to an article which appeared in that paper monday on Quot poetry and editor Indianapolis journal will Vou permit a correction of a fact stated in your editorial on attorney general Hord in refer Rice to judge Baldwin our esteemed citizen is possessed of decided poetical ability. Judge Baldwin read to me one evening Bis graduating oration written in the finest poetical style and he has composed several since that time be eral poems equal to judge Biddle s Benr. One of our Justice of the peace in discussing president Arthur s recent appointment made the remark that he did not see Why judge Greeham would leave a life position for one in the Cabi Noc unless that it was that he was tired of leading a judicious life. This ought to be put on record. It excels a amp a. Partington s Best. Logansport april 16. Immediately on Reading the above Justice of the peace Shaffrey and fender held an indignation meeting and appointed a committee of two to investigate Thia slander on their character and knowledge of Webster s Best. Of inquiry it was Frimd that the above Slaughter of the King s English bad been made by a former Justice of the peace who at one time figured very prominently in politics but who has Linnee Given up Law and politics and is now serving Bis country in a More Uible Poai Titan. A Lor hmm Fth . To the c., b. A q. Ray Road Aero diag tos Boston Joii Nial has pure based its Baa details the Aale will be of scially anon nose the hooded condition of the venom oms Rivar pm Canad great dab tags above Aad \ Jow Menomonee wis., Aad Miu if carrying off Btrne Torell and and do by Roliog property. Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague a advised to Avail herself of the Coort e per minion to re a Meher Maiden name a privilege Odevar granted in Rhode Island Una sea so stain Ranato opon the lady s name. A committee of to lib Buffalo City Council the Coanta Afana Hogue find that fre Ltd Baach tie keeper has wasted #.50,- ii of the Public funds. Busch in alleged to Lave perjured himself before the of Ommittee. A very important Sale of Short Horn cattle took place at Dexter Park Chicago. First Dachen of Hillsdale Brox ight cd too the Duke t3,r>0 \ and other big sign re a were Nome Roua. Thir one brought tie markets. Chicago april 19.�?na 2 wheat May �l.lo<gl.l3>i june july 11.11 bid August year. May 57 �o7c Jnue Obj i of july and tio fisc bid Aoe Nat. Live�?e23i c bid Mav. Hess t Orke to amp a april May of maj Las june a july �?�19.15@h ll7>i August �ia25 Aik a september,fl7@17.sek year. Lard May �11.573, Juno Floc jul 11.75, August i1i.75, year Tutsi Short rib �?910.15 &10.17 May Jane 10.47i, ttl0.50 july August fl0.70ciil0.? september. Tales a. Toledo april 19.�?wheat�?Active Strong and i a better a 2 red Root May �?�11.13, june or july f 115, Sagast $1.13 october .151., year .lli. A s Law corny firm but Dull i mixed 57e, a h May 5t>i4c bid rejected no Grade Kew Tark. New York april 19. A threat opened higher often Randi weaker Mac it Mostof Advance 2 Whita .ls a 2redaprilat9l.l�>1.19. My l.agtt5,Iune .31kci.22x, Elf fix 1.23> september Tilisi Siai co is higher fairly Active mixed Weston hmm �@67kc. Fat re provision ii beef quiet and steady Aew aia mean Illus sly new extra do �134. Pork Una but Xiet spot new Mem Fla Aba Las. Lard higher and fim ate a Vasos fam a ill. _ Losaya Apost. Loxa Zaport april t. Provision a Bottor. A cry id a sae san per Docan 14# in Motet sea Par Babel s0s�0e Sweet pol atom Polonti a a onions per to a cute Koa dressed per Tordera. Alive per Pound. Quot Urf Ceya. _. A wowed per Poland. _ ai2 in Lan pm up rapid Loc 8i11 ache hams 121 a. 10@14e pork per a barrel. To 50 a Fob dry Flint per Pood. A in d7 halted 8 Antn us Mcd Ora a. Unlit Musaed be Balta and Blag Otto Wias Dammad 9imm rim a Alt Braot a so ill what 96c oata.a6e a Cloter ao�d.t7xw flax Arad. �1 00 Wool unwashed. 96e to Tab and picked a a and Fieroe grown a toe to War Black Barer a a ii

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