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Postville Review (Newspaper) - January 8, 1887, Postville, Iowa In Mille Vukelj hta published every saturday w. . By tb3m.s j�3l.50ayear in Advance. Local review. To Day markets. W Boot co Rye 42 Barley 40 to 45. Oats i l a v3 com new 35 Timothy so cil. flax sowl 85 Good Dairy Biu ukr 20 live Hajj a 4 60 l Ontuos 70 egg 20 Clover seed 1.00. Chichi Tih 8 to 6o Turcyn to Csc. Special notice. All new advertisements or changes roust brought Ltd wednesday morning arid local notices of every name and nature must in thursday evening to to Mitre insertion the current week. Hereafter t of forms will to closed Early Friday morning. In inn a grapes 2 lbs. For 25 cuts 2iv2 John Thoma s. A nov line of sent velvet Era at f. H. Welzel s. Mrs. Or. Green has uvin Otil at Milford spending the holidays. Call it f. Ii. Welzel s and get Yon a pair of Wool Boot Prolic Ora. Trio Winter term of schools opened a ?. Monday with a full i to Tendance. Mrs. Ill Harris went to Missouri a. Annually la pie of for 1887. Or. Green s Ollilee hours for 1887 nov 9 to 12 a. M., and 1 to 4 p. In. And a Tjw Rigours when not eng of. 2iv or. Paul Dentel of Michigan an old acquaintance Anil Friend of or. A Hart and family is visiting them. Tin Only new years Calls that we heard of made Scott Roberts and Geo. Cameron at a very Eaily hour. A. D. Hardin was up from the rapids last week making a Brief visit to his friends. His health seemed better. Ily hard work and the promptness of most of our business men we believe we do not owe n Dollar in the Vonlil today. If any one of our creditors has been overlooked in the hurry of settlement we will esteem it a favor if he will present his Bill at this office no matter if the amount is not More than live cent. And get his pay. If we do owe a Dollar or a Nickel we stand ready to i any it ind shall More Happy to pay Roll is Here on a visit at it. To. Bot r , if .,., it thing is possible. We have elms successfully struggled through a very hard year for country newspapers but i have very Little to show for our year s labor except the additions we have made to the office and a somewhat larger accumulation of accounts than usual a considerable number of which we Hope to receive during the current month. We can therefore say to our reader.-, sonic of whom at least fe"1 an interest in the i in a that while we ate not realizing the returns from our investment and our labor that we ought to realize it is still on a paying basis and it will still continue to do the very Bestil can to build up l Olville and this Section of Iowa and at the same time interest if not instruct its family of readers Many of whom have been with us from the first. J As tending to some business. He hits sold his claim in Dakota and will go Buck to Colorado. Lull Man & Sanders Call attention to cloaks in their advertisement to Day. One third olt from former advertised prices which reduces them away below Cost. Call Ami Sec them. Horse shoeing repairing and Black Smithing of All kinds done on Short notice in a Workmanlike manner and reasonable terms at the South Side shop. Sholett Lelei. A fire occurred in Intuit a few Days ago which consumed live buildings including a dry goods and a drug store. Fortunately of. Cole did not get singed. That is reserved for a period later on if Ever. Just received. A new of Lum a Kutiner s Felts and the Bot Heel Are-�f.5i a to go with them at f. H. Welzel s. A Twood ground feed 70 85c. And a i a Tho feed Mill delivered frae of 4&4r�c. Olavo orders with drayman. Or of. Smith spent his Holiday sea m with his Mother at Monona and returned to his school duties much refreshed. Or. Tall has gone on to the Road for a Chicago hardware live. We understand his famil will remain Here until Spring. Ii. C. So Liltz has gone on to the Road for a Chicago wholesale grocery House. We wish him abundant i luvs in his new Field of labor. All. Gorhan was Here on monday making a Short Call on old friends. He j still running a train on the c. 1$. & w. Railroad from Savannah East. Or. An i mrs. Fay of Rockford. Have been spending a part of the holidays to or. Brown s residence. Mrs. Fay and mrs. Or. Brown Are Sisters. House to Kent. Situated on lots 12 mid 13 in Block no. J in Lawler s addition to l Olville known As tie old feud House. J. Post. Lykia a. Laycook. Administrators. The holidays Are Over but we have a few Staple goods Mich As photograph , autograph allium scrap albums and fancy Sia Dionery boxes which we will cose out on a sugar margin of profit. Call and see them at the review office. Although we were no. Fortunate enough to draw a watch Joe Gray s distribution we sufficiently fortunate to draw an extra new years dinner at his hospitable and Bountiful Board which answered our purpose just As Well. We Don t want the Earth. Although we issued no paper last week we still printed thirteen issues during the last Quarter of 1 Obj thus tilling All advertising contracts for that Quarter. Our subscription and yearly advertising contracts arc All based on lil to Oue issues for the year. Rev. Ferner and family had a very unhappy Holiday experience. The Day before Christmas their son Roy came Down with the diphtheria and their Home was quarantined thus cutting them entirely off from the outside Wor d. Added to this their girl left and mrs Ferner was taken with a severe attack of Erysipelas thus causing Neuroh All the Active work of the House As Well As the care of tie sick to devolve on or. Ferner. Hut lie wis Quial to the emergency and did his duty in Copil in ugly not even finding fault at being quarantined preferring it to the possibility of the spread of the disease. Their course Dunnig their sickness a still More endeared or. And mrs. Ferner to the people of pos Vilh whose sympathies have been extended to Vliem in great measure Vili Ile nothing else could done for them. Everybody rejoices with them that no fatality was the result of the derail disease. Card of thanks. We hereby extend our thanks to our Many for their kindness during the kick nest and death of our Mother Aud Aimer Aire. Post. J am pm Stevenson Jokl m. Post Lydia a. Laycook m a Kun a Illet Sill Ell w Ood. Let everybody go and Sec the grandest sight of the age. Fur va.50 on january to 10, 1?, la in 24, 20 and 28 the c. As St 1. U. R a v i i sell Kui ind trip tick in to St Paul which will include in u ticket to the ice Palace. Ticket g of live 5 Days from Date of Sale. D. N. To Nult Agi. Sudden death. The departed old year and the incoming new year have each brought sudden sorrow and Allie lion to households in this Vicinity. Lait week mrs Sti p in Allen r. Siding two Miles North if Castalia died very suddenly after Only two or three Days of slight indisposition. On tuesday evening of this week or. To. Waters sr., residing in Ludlow township. Dropped dead on his , while bringing in an armful of Wood we Juopo a from Liiv it disease. Or. Wat is As Well As the relatives bearing his name were Well known in this Section mid an. Resp Ett d All from their Sterling principles of integrity j the deceased Lis w. Ii a the surviving Mel a bars of the family have j been Strong of the Zevik and it is with More than Ordinary Wadues thai we Are compelled to chronicle this sudden and sad event. Boll of Honor. The following is a list of subscribe who have signified their willingness with their Money to stay with us another year it is needless for us to say to each and All thank you we have had a Little larger list one or two years than the present but it is so much larger than we dared to expect that it makes us feel Good All Over Joseph Steele w w Darling win Shepherd Henry Weihe John Willman k t Henderson Eugene read j As Sams John Cole n j Beady mrs Lizzie Gilson we Harris a Gordon g Boynton mrs d l Perry Walter i Liss a Slaudt p Miller Samuel Waters n e Wells mrs j a lilies Geo Lull David Riley Warren Stiles j f Webster Bert Marlon or i Brown a Gorham Matt Bei Ecuer m o Taylor mrs h e towns is Luhman Armstrong a Chas Skelton Bayless d & co f m Orr r a t Meyer John Burhans w c Breedlove Carl Meyer f w Robert Hall Roberts w s Roberts ii r Roberts n Lam born mrs m join s t Easton Gray & co j Schmidt f n Beedy or j s Green John Sanders 1887. Portville lo., Jan. 1st to the put not of Oray & co we the undersigned trustees of Post township met this 1st Day of Jan. 1887 for the purpose of opening the envelopes containing the prizes to Given away Gray & co and find the following named entitled to the watches w. S. Webster 1 gent s Gold o f. Stem wind Elgin watch. Emma Banks 1 ladies Gold Hunting Stem wind watch. Charles Yonkers. 1 gent s Hunting Silver Elgin watch. Mrs. A. Orr 1, in ease Silver o. F boys watch. W s. Webster 1 Small Nickle Stem wind can Lorain watch. James Ouk John ii. Mykieu h. Wed trustees of Post township. We wis i to further Sutylo the patrons of Gray & co. That we believe this distribution the above in us firm to have been honestly openly fairly and squarely conducted and it gives us pleasure to recommend the firm of Gray & co. As Worthi of All the patronage you have to bestow in their line of business. Respectfully James Ouk John h. Meiric 11. . At the on Price store j on saturday Tov. 6th, i will open up a new Stock of goods in my new store such As has never been exhibited in Postville. I have just hit the Nail going to Market this year and have saved with very Little exception 20 to 25 per cent on the purchases and will give you All the entire Benefit of it. I am opening the Best and cheapest Stock that you have Ever inspected but time does not permit me to make out an entire list. Call and we will cheerfully show you our Stock and prices and if you Are not satisfied that they Are the cheapest then you can feel satisfied that you have seen a Good clean Stock of goods without a cent of expense. We quote goo. C. Wagner from near y no ton d. T., has to n visiting in this Vicinity for some Day. To reports fair crops in his Section of the territory. The business c Dirge at Fay one is and practical and $41.00 v is Board and tuition for three months. S Ude uts can enter any time. Musical instruction. Misin Cilio Abbott is prepared Torivo on piano Organ and in voice culture. Yoi Yuo i Tiro Nyji i i a .17 we Havo lost Ono Dakota sum cab i r because to Havo not published to world that heaven commenced on he to West Side of the Sioux River. It is the Board of supervisors is in session this week. It Lias been so Long Hin co tto have had a Bill Bufore that body we Are liable to forget when it meet. And now the cisterns As Well As the wills Are Day and the fire fiend would have in carnival if it should break Loose. Use More than Ordinary Earo this cold won Thor. Trio misses Robrts Molt Easton Brown and Baily Ami or. Shepherd and or. Nei Havu returned to their. Mudies at their several Ducu Toual in Iii Dillons. No diphtheria. We Are glad la Able to announce that Ilie re is now no diphtheria in Post Ville. There has been but the one Case that of Roy Ferner and the Quai Anline in that Case was raised a week ago. It was nol i bad Case and its energetic Aud persistent treatment with the besi of care throughout brought it through All right. A the most of our c Lempo Zarics did not suspend publication do ing Holiday week this year but Lime All would have been glad to have done so and the readers of some of Thiu would have been just As Well Oil if they had years ago we discovered from actual experience that it was All Utic impossibility to gel out a readable paper the week succeeding the holidays and since then we have not attempted it. It seems that our neighbouring town of Castalia is losing All the Boom it secured urn Advent of the Burlington Road. Last summer the Large new elevator was taken Down and removed and u w the Baker Bros Are removing their lore or at least their Stock of goods to Ossian. The town is situated too close to Ossian and Postville to maintain any permanent Boom. The business Meu who have been there for years like or. Kramer can do Wui but there is no room for new business men. It is unfortunate that the towns were thrown in so thickly on this line of Railroad. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Postof to c at Postville Iowa dec. 31st, 1880 m. S. Blodgett miss Lizzie detroy mrs. Liny Deal or. Allen it. Fellows or. W. K. Kimball mrs. Ii. S. Minot or. Herman Plain. Letts Welch. Postal mrs. G. Boyd or. L. Fleming mrs. Caroline Griffin i f. C. 11. Gwillin Nelsi Ole Sou Amelia Smith. Pcs uis calling for the above Puleio of say n. J. Beedy p. Since Christmas we have had several cold snaps that Tju ded to turn a Man wrong Side out if he was caught out of doors without a fur overcoat and Oiler apparel to match. Monday morning the 27th, the Mercury Hoer de around 30 below and again on new years morning it was Down to 20 below. Sunday morning the 2nd, it Van Sti 11 colder As it was 18 below at a o clock. It is evident that Winter is nol going to forget us. Once in a while an editor has to contend with a Lack of appreciation of his efforts which is galling not to s a humiliating. He May have exhausted a Tau Midnight Oil in writing up common Dattory notices of his town and its to i cuss men for years and if he happens to Roji the remark a i Sarnie Lime that owing to some circumstance that is business if Dull some business Man drops on to him with All his batteries trained for writing Down the nobody does and nobody can do half As much for a town ill the Way of influencing the Public mind As the local newspaper and if it in addition to getting no pay for it gets no thanks in is a hard indeed. But tier. Is a gleam of sunlight in the fact that a majority of business men read the local Page of the paper All the time and know and appreciate tiie labor that is performed during the year in the interest of the town and All its business men. As a Rule Adverse criticism comes from those who do nol read the paper regularly. The review always strives to do full Justice to the town and All its business men. Otherwise it would ask for and expect no patronage from them. One of dark prints.03 Best full Standard Dalk dress styles prints All at .05 Turkey red dress pints genuine indigo Blue prints .01 Staple Gingham at .05 full Standard dress styles Gingham Only .1,7 plaid suiting Only .05 Pacific brocades -07 Manchester Chevron .08 Atlantic Cable 1 will. 16 the besi assortment of Cash Mars. In All the newes. Shades Ever shown in Postville at 10 cts. And upwards. 40 Inch Serge Only 76 brocaded Robes one dress pattern and All the trimmings each 3.75 & 8.50 All silk Gros Grain dress goods 1.00 dress flannel in abundance. 3g Inch Tricot Only. 45 the Best i Ricot Ever bought in Chicago Only 75 1 had the Good Fortune la procure an extra Fine and heavy Tricot from an Eastern agent that i will sell you at 85 striped velveteen 40 silk velvet. 22 inches wide Only 1.00 All and see the Best line of dress goods Ever shown in the West. Fancy cretins 10 jeans Worth 20, Only 10 am Wool jeans Worth 65, Only 40 cassimere pants goods Only 35 c-4 Diagonal worsted . 1.50 bargain in children s clothing cheap at 40 cents for t 25 have purchased the Best Stock of Cas Limeres Ever brought to Postville and i will sell them so cheap that every one will buy. Good Cheviot shirting .08 if Yon can match my 5e Canton flannel for the Price then mine will cos you nothing double faced pushes and fancy Ling tired pushes As Fine As any in Chicago at 23 and 30. My 10c. Bleached Cotton flannel will match the Best jobber s pc. Goods you can find. D 4 Pepperel sheeting Only 17 one of ticking. .07 one hit double fold Wool veiling. 15 fringe cloaking wort ii 3.00, Only 2.25 a Nice Brown Plush cloaking 1.25 a very Nice Waterproof 37j Winter shawls from 75c. 10.00 if Vou want to buy the Best shawl in Postville very cheap then please Call and see my Stock. Shaker flannel Only .07 Grey willed flannel .07 Laid shirting flannel .03 All Wool heavy willed flannel 20 All Wool plaid shining flannel 25 St shining flannel  30 this you will find elsewhere 35 to 40 one Grey and one on of White bed blankets 10 -4, Only 2.85 Boule jerseys Only 2.00 also a full line of tickets Newmir sets Skirls underwear hats it Caps gloves Ai mitts boots it shoes. Groceries , crockery and cutlery a. Very cheap and you will save Money examining my goods and getting further prices before purchasing. Many thanks for your Liberal Patron age when i could not serve you As Well m i can now i Hope to favored in the future and i will spare no pains to save you a Nice per cent on All your purchases. We will glad to show goods. Samples Given Only where the Pur Hasei cannot come himself. Come and see the new store new firm. Hardware. Leui & Orr. We carry All kinds of heavy Aud is Elf hardware cutlery stoves tinware farming tools Hay Forks and carriers screen doors and windows sewing machines and in fact All mods handled in the hardware line. Job Wick done in the test Manne without delay. Max a cans a specially. Sole agents Tor the Glidden barbed wire. Superior to any wire made. We also sell the Frentress Barted wire a to. 1 wire which we sell at West prices. We have and will keep Good goods an7 Roll ther As of As the lowest and will r no one to undersell us. Come and see us and go away convinced that we do what we say. 1 3 of raps n is. W markets and Saurs. Yours respectfully Hill Rohrs president. W. , Cash. Enormous reductions. Toth hug rlserve3�it0t one i just think of our Seal Plush which we have offered at the very Price of $15, now Only $10. Children s cloaks now Only 67 cents. All Winter goods very cheap sure to Call at once. Yours respectfully Luhman & big linens Man report a very Good business since the holidays. The bettor than it him been Union Ami there is nothing to prevent a Good Winter business. The week of. Prayer has Boon of. Nerved Tho churches bore Union meetings the first Throo evenings at the methodist Church and the latter three at the Luo drop is being her Vostero. It ii abundant in thickness at Ennst Aud As the Rae Reury goes Down to Twenty or More below hardly every morning it is us ble 6 still to broker. Two have a copy of Harper s quasar Tho american agriculturist the scientific american Tho n. Y. Independent and a few other periodicals for Sale at a do count. First come first served. The Young people of Postville Wero Fluter Taloff at a party Given Las Nellie Abbott last Friday evening miss Fanny Bally out in Tho country on monday Evo ulog and Mesa Myra Jakobia on tuesday evening. All of those parties arc said to Havo been at Tho " in interest and ouija Yieu t. Goo. P. Smith s Safe was drilled into and experiments wore tried with Gunpowder to blow in open. Not succeeding they turned the handle and of Ned it Tor Geo. Did not lock Ilas lie had Bis Money in the thieves left in disgust. Charles City citizen. If it had been our Safe it would not have been so amusing. every one knows a newspaper Man has nothing mirth Boring for. Business men Are now mostly in thu habit of using their safes Only As repositories for papers As a Protection against fire. If any Man loses a Dollar in this Way when there is a Bank in town he can Only justly attribute in to bin own negligence. At Lasi a change has been Nile in the Postoll Lucs at Lansing Aud West Union. Tho p. At Lansing is Roberti Huffschmidt Aud at West Union judge Mcclintock of com so. The judge will now not have i juice so much to say about Tho subsidized press As he bus for the past Twenty years. A Mack it does make a difference Whoso of Ift gored. In the Case of thu Lansing of Lien we had supposed that John Dun Levy was sure of Tho appointment As we believe to wan enl thud to it. There can to to Man so appropriately Given the position As the local editor of the party in Power Anil nine times out of ten he is Trio most competent because his work and education Are in a similar Lino. To Are sorry that John missed the prize but to realize that it will to thu worse for he pm Artyv ,. A Cyclone As it Wero has struck our advertising columns As is a sunlit j Tho after the holidays. What is our loss is the gain of the reactor who is not interested in advertisements As our Reading mutter Spaneo is largely increased. To now Havo ample room for correspondence and to again especially request contributors from nil the surrounding country of local or general interest. Will you not Sund us your neighbourhood happenings California excursion. On january 4, 11, 12, 18 and 26�, and february 8 and 15, the b., c it. & n. R y will Soli round trip excursion tickets from All Prina pal stations to California Points including san Diego at very rates. Tickets Good six Mouths. For further particulars Call on ticket . Or address j. E. , gon. Tel. & puss. At. Administrator s notice. All persons Day of december 1880, i tin undersigned Wero duly appointed Tho circuit court of Allie Mikeo of Siuty Iowa administrators of the estate of Zeruiah Post deceased late of said county. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment to the Umlor signed. And those having claims against the same will Lonso present them legally authenticated to said court for allow sated this28th Day of due Ember 1880. J. Post. A Adrayn stators. Lyma a. Laycook v Tiok is hereby Given to i that on the 28th come and Settle. There Ute great Many accounts still on my books unsettled although it has been several Mouths since i sold out Tho hardware business. Those accounts must closed up and bottle. Meet made at onto or i shall compelled to take Steps to collect Thow which i do not wish to do. Do not fall to and see me. Matt such Kab. Castalia lo., dec. 30th, 1886. Editor review please allo v me through your ool urans to extend my sincere thanks to my friends of Bethel and Vicinity for thu kind regard they manifested for my on Christmas eve. During Tho pleasant exercises in the Hutch in presenting to with a fur coat won i thirty dollars. Or. Editor Wei you Over served in that Way if so you can imagine perhaps How i Felt Ai d acted. I will not undertake to describe my feelings perhaps i acted a Little strangely but i assure you that i was nol the least bit out of humor and i Don t believe thai you Wou a hero been either if you had Boon in my place it that particular Liras. May to i acted in an undignified manner but How could i help it when i was so pleased. Somewhere i Hare Road that it is More blessed to give than to receive what a Blessing those people must he enjoyed in that to to Happy coca loom Don t you think so or. Editor May the lord abundantly bless temporally and up ritually each one who contributed toward that pleasant Surprise is the sine Ore wish Aud Earnest prayer of their pastor. W. D. Hartso Ulii. . Died. Waters at his residence. In Ludlow township Alla Makee co., Iowa Jan. 4th, 1887, or. Goo. Waters or. Deceased was a native of Lela a born nov. 27th, 1828. Was married to miss Sophia Urillo aug. 11th. 18j8. H i moved to Pennsylvania Liuro he lived until to moved to Alla Makee co., april 26th 1858. Where to lived until he died. He was brought up in the Christian Feitli and was first a member of the episcopal Church. When he came to Iowa Hoirup no Opportunity of uniting with his Chostn Church and United with the presbyterian Church of which he was an Earnest and faithful member up to his death. A True and Loving husband . An upright Christian in warm free Nodi it kind neighbor a departed from Narong tin. To return no More he leaves a wife and five a on to mourn his sudden death. Poise to his slumbers and Coseo Lubou to Tho a blot de. Postville Bank Postville Iowa does a general banking business. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. I 3 3 Grange Ometery work Iron fences curbing a. Those intending to Purchase Mouru Ine Nial work for Spring delivery will Lind it to their advantage to examine m. V. Kidder s Granite work in cemeteries us he is doing first class work at As prices us can to procured in the co Quiry. If lie has not called upon you drop Viiu a card us Decorah and us will to pleased to visit you with designs Aud samples of All kinds of Raulle at the lowest possible prices. V. Kidder 34m6 decorum Iowa. Postville Dray line h. J. Schultz having purchased the City Dray line of w. F. Warner is prepared to prompt v answer All Calls Foi heavy or Light i Ming. Good teams and careful and experienced Drivers always employed prompt attention will always Given in moving Kuru inure and hauling lumber Wood Hay Sand Etc. Your patronage respectfully solicited charges always reasonable. Stiles &.-b0yn10n, painters. Plain and ornamental House painting Kals mining paper in aging and Dee rating done in the latest Stylo. Jhaj Decol Tatino a i orders from the country and surround no towns will receive prompt attention. Meat Market Hughes & Havirland have again opened the Buchor meat Market. They will keep All Kinos of smoked and dried meats fish and the Best fresh meats the country affords. By fair dealing they will Endeavor to satisfy Tho pub come and see. Fez. & John. Boos sums or commission to and women to act As local or travelling agents. No experience needed. Steady work James e. Whitney. Nurseryman Uwi Lestein n. Y mention this paper 31m4 if you want a Tino picture x photograph i or vles a. I la do my Best to please you and Frame your picture too. And in lira class Stylo with the rapid dry plate. For a satisfactory picture you la no Thonvo Long to wait. Thanking you for past flavors 1 invite you one and All. If stopping in Postville to give the gallery a fall. . Fred a key . Uba Luu in furniture mar8t0n. De a Hodier i2st-- Wood and Iron pump pipe and fittings big Gies farm machinery Etc. Postville to Ohe vote at Tho polls May deter Iuluse Liliu i no Tell Kiathi lit now up try. Twi f a u \\.0i in club Wal Licouris Yon the am. r \ v ,. A Kif St Stafl of ii fat Sci thru writer will Eil Cully Utrup i ulu Lii m a ass Pic an amuck i Mist to we Cra . Ini Iii it a i i Rocc it a ii Lilon Ami improvement Trio re Oki Ila Oil Nuil Meliji Ca f Rit Yean put. La All Tunt Tara Anttn Luann to Artici Iliin leu i a tits juvenile Hearth Mill Plouh Khomut Ukia Kim is i v thru a Eular fed Anil g Kipo Duran Tro to receive Maui Lunuel fit Damn Filc  a 19 Notow Orriiv Liht it liw Juilly t our resident a Woro reared on farm or retired from i till Elf la Rumic 11. Thu american agric Liu i is now Pulito Ahlner and a Onidi tilt Iron tonal Kuhter allx i at an outlaw of Over 9 to,000, big prob u 3t Inch lit a Uejo of in cd a Ilo Mett. Towel Hor Ullh Apo uhf dunce it leu it Tamra Jum fit i in Tom Dom Tel o. Litchi m Ami Ellior Iii Unmil living Ruluf Loulu author. To Ichii Kun Aguvluk to ii Iloilo in. Ollk Dizhur a a ii it it Uwi i it tue 1 and Othor unit oui it Luna iut urn cent portfolio collodion Tell Coli Ujj Rubylu jul 00l.butlifor the Eutre Ubalo or Rameil for Tho Wall of or Uco or plan uni a lion. Piik if Luiu for w87 for Warui in Aru cell Llyl la Ull a a a i hi.�. A jj�y.i8m."" endorsed the u. S. Government. An ram worthy of Piet tie Yusoof Kun cuts that Hai Atto Uduc thu in leu Aud null Llu Iro rat Lur i undertaking specially. Hearse find i Oil Oit re Nablo terms. Vol. 8th, Umilta Ytsma v. A. Tayja tii., of Uit Tiu Mikat tin of Ltd Jio ii Turu to my onus and sex thud in circulation lit Content url duplicated every Moutot maj a Geru Iau Bullion which Nuu Verleo u year a Anglo Nuin Boin 13cnniv. So Uiko i Teblum , mid Hui Pio proof of of " Iii ukr of our j arum or together Ullh 1 a Ioctl i Vartou l Outziu Waterh Ralbo Clit Lih. Aim Ivy uns j x w. Ali a la vnb., 7sx a. V. 23

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