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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - April 2, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioRuilt fashions a Sophie sparkle tells of the new York styles. Late other flashes. Notes and mentions of is it special interest to the ladies. Spei rally for the i the Cadi Agnew York store arc busily . Breton is the lace of the passing moment. The Sciort skirt is As Short behind before. The latest Shade of red is the Prince of Wales. Breton lace Jabot and scarfs Are All the rage. Both High and Low turban Caps Are preparing for their grand annual opening of siring fashions and each Day announces that sonic particular House is really to receive the dear Public to Madame la models High carnival. A a thing of Beauty is a Joy forever a Saug the poet a but that line Only goes to show that poets men poets especially sometimes very Little about what they Are was any truthful woman Ever last know writing. Yet heard to acknowledge that a years Bonnet or a last years dress although certainly a a thing of Beauty in time could possibly Bce a Joy forever a not at All. T Black Chip is the favorite Bonnet for All occasions. Benga Linc is one of the French Novelty fabrics. The Square Chu duh is the favorite breakfast shawl. Shirring is very fashionable on All summer or chloral is fast gaming a place As the remedy of lockjaw the mormons Are said to be increasing at the rate of ten thousand a year. Nearly eleven Hundred Miles of Wal Road Are now open for traffic in new Zeeland. An Aerial trip across the North pole and into Asia is contemplated by prof. King. Australia has been afflicted with a �108. Me Only to ecu no take Lulu terhost in election Are those of the baser sort. Lost eight Hays Woods. In the be craving of the human heart is always for something new and no sensible woman could be expected to be satisfied with her last years Ward Rovie any More than nature Lic self is satisfied with last i urls roses and violets. We can remember no More Brilliant openings of new styles than those which Are occurring now. The most 1>cautiful fabrics Are made up with the most exquisite taste and this at moderate prices. A recent opening displayed some of the most elegant toilets which have Ever been Shoin to fair new York. White dresses. One of these was a charming dress of the finest India mull prof study trimmed with Breton lace. The Demi trained skirt w As bordered we Ith two narrow Side a coatings separated by a flounce of lace a Finger wide the Long Over skirt parted curtain fashion in front and was very much dram a at the Back it was trimmed with two alternate rows of Fine puffing and lace insertion and edged with lace rows of lace were placed All the Way up the front filling in the space left by the open Over skirt the Basque was prettily trimmed Wodtli insertion and lace edging and the Elbow sleeves had two deep flounces of Lack under this Light and airy costume was a slip of Pale Pink a few Pink ribbon 1m>w s w Cre placed on the Over skirt sleeves Ana Corsage. Another dress of Fine White Organ die was prettily trimmed with alternate rows of Black and White lace this w Jis made up Over White. Matinees or deep morning Sac Jues of we Hite Nanook Are trin Nusl with pleadings of Breton a Fine embroidery and worn with a Demi trained skirt of the same material finished to Corrc-8 Ond. There Are also pretty lace striped pipes to be made up in Short costumes trimmed w Ith embroidery. Also Fine White Bunting which May have Vest Trivers anti cuffs of Pale figured or Plain foulard or be simply trimmed with Breton lace. Rix certion dresses. Among the very elegant reception in cases show n w As one of Pale Blue brocade Ami Salmon Satin. Tie front had a shirred Vest of Satin and Sablier of Satin draped in Small fools. The tight lit Tibig pm Naise open it i in front a Little a below the w list and the sides w Cre turned up and Laid in Fiat pleats Over the hips giving a Jeannier effect. The Bottom was finished with a deep grass fringe. The Back had a Long looped train pleated in the Center scam below the Waist and falling in a Graceful sweep of one deep plaiting. The train was Long and Square rustic of White Lack beneath and Garn iture of Tea roses. A Superb a toilet of Black Sittin and heavy Black Groe Grain had the Waist of gios Grain and Vest sleeves and train it it a Satin. The Sablier was also of Tai Iii Laid in deep a coatings . The Side panels were of Gros Grain trimmed with deep grass fringe. The Satin train was pleated in the Back below the Waist line very much draped Long and Square at the Bottom with a deep fan pleating. A Black silk visiting dress had a Vest of Black and White striped moire we Ith revers of the stripes upon the Basque and sleeves. The Side panels of the Over skirt were bordered with a Bias band of the dress we As Orna horse disease of a Model Type fatal. It is very skirts of Short dresses retain their narrow dimensions. Reed Green is a new Shade of this popular Spring color. Trains and Demi trains Are no longer seen in the Street. Elbow sleeves Are seen on Ball and evening reception dresses. Gloves Are Long reaching to the Elbow for full evening toilet. The latest novelties in fans Are of Fine wire painted by hand. Gold and Gilt trimmings Are As vulgarly fashionable As Ever. Waistcoats Are often made to Wear Over the Basque As under it new i>arasol8 have flatter tops than the canopy ones of last summer. Flat crowns with very Little tapering Are seen in English round hats. Postilion pleats and fan trimmings in the Back of basques arc Rio Vived. Parasol linings arc sometimes of Gay scotch plaids or Bandana . Fiche Collar ettes and Jabot Collar ettes give a Dressy effect to a Plain toilet. The turban is the Cap for Young ladies and Young married women. The Pannier Scarf draperies of Paris made dresses Are stiffened with crinoline. Pannier scarfs and draperies appear on All Paris dresses brought Over this Spring. Caps made of silk handkerchiefs in turban or Normandy form Are much worn. Very Large Flowers especially roses and chrysanthemums arc used in Bonnet decorations. 8ilk handkerchiefs in Oriental designs and colors Are preferred for Dressy breakfast Caps. Bandana and Gay plaid handkerchiefs Are made up into dresses for misses and Little girls. Shades of yellow from Pale Straw or Corn to deep tan and old Gold Are very fashionable. Scarfs of Fine net edged w Ith Breton lace Are As often worn for Bonnet strings As for neckties. Tie marked feature in the new Over skirts arc the shirred fronts and bouffant Back draperies. Rhine Pebble buttons look like diamonds at night. The Price varies from 75 cents a dozen up. Crystal Glass buttons som Otimus called Rhine i nibbles Cut in facets and set in Platina Are shown for waistcoats. French Bunting a Fine Light w ool goods is the material in use for Spring and summer half mourning costumes. Bonnet strings Are tied in a Large Loose Bow under the Chin not at the Side or they Are simply crossed in front the ends forming a Jabot. A gilded or silvered wooden horse shoe tie it i to a Small easel with Pink Blue or red ribbon is the fancy what not ornament of the moment. French chips Are brought out in shades of color to match costumes such As Pale Blue dark Blue tan Chamois Gray beige Brown and dark Green. Nickel Palij cd gilded and silvered horse shoes with fanciful Liand painted decorations and the motto a Good Luck at the Tijare pretty things for Philooena presents. The receipts at the Paris exposition were l,t�53,7-4t� francs and the attendance 10,032,735. The Chicago journal whishes All the Gold Coin under $5 called in and kept in As inconveniently Small. A spool of Cotton will sew on 2,400 Pant buttons. This is the estimate of a Man who does this kind of work for himself and family. Women were allowed to vote on the a files tin of seeing lager Beer at Plymouth mass., recently and the Sale of the quor was prohibited by a two thirds majority. The Bull of the Woods and the red Fox of the roaring Lily two distinguished kentuckians engaged in the secluded manufacture of w Hickey have been captured. A Boston physician Tore up the prescription that he halt a written for a boy with the diphtheria because the Mother had no Money to pay for it and within a few hours tiie boy died for w ant of Medicine. The Island of Samon sixty years ago had a population of 33,000, All of whom were barbarians. The population now numbers 60,000, the majority of whom Are christians. Divorce was so exceedingly rare in the earlier Days of Rome that according to Good historical authority not a Case occurred during the first 500 years of the City a existence. The following is a substitute for alcoholic stimulants a a put Twenty five drops of dilute sulphuric acid into a bottle Ful of cold water first boiled take a wine Gohuk. Ful four times a Day. A the Indianapolis school commissioners have decided to make the study of dressmaking compulsory to girls in the grammar department. Only half a hour per week is to be Given it at present. At a recent fits Honable marriage in Loudon the bridegroom requested the Bride # to order her own jewels. This she did and Bills have now come in amounting to above �100,000. The bridegroom cannot pay and the jewellers decline to take Back their wares. A gentleman of Bear Laluc lately from Oakland county this state left his Home at Bear Lake recently to go to Gaylord Otsego county for the double purpose of Hunting and examining a piece of land he has lately come into Possession of near that place. took the min at Petoskey leaving it at Elmira from whence Wagon Road runs to Gaylord. arrived in safety and started out to look up the Laud aft getting directions. Trudging on until ample time had elapsed to reach his journeys end the thought suddenly Dawn Ned upon him that he was lost then commenced a struggle to find his Way out through the dense and almost impenetrable Woods which extend Over the Tipper and Eastern part of the lower Peninsula he was without provisions and totally unprepared for the experience which followed with the exception of his gun and a Supply of am munition upon whose Aid he was compelled to depend for subsistence. Game was fortunately abundant and he was spared the pangs of starvation. For eight weary Days he struggled on exhausted and discouraged. At night scraping to Gether a few leaves and sconing himself under the Lee of a fallen tree he stretched / his limbs for repose Only to resume his weary tramp in the morning. One event Ful night he spent clinging to the branches of a tree which he was obliged to climb to escape a pack of howling wolves. At last on the eighth Day with feet Frozen having been entirely without Protection for them during the last Day he dragged his weary limbs into Alpena a distance of about co Miles from where he commenced his terrible March. His wanderings however must have extended Over a much greater territory As he travelled almost incessantly during the hours of Daylight and frequently doubled on his track. After a Short rest he started for Mich recod d. The afghans. Let us Pray a said reverently a Cali tiie striped moire. Merited with buttons of Black Gros Grain painted in old Gold and w bite. Painted buttons. These Are among the latest novelties. Very pretty we Ooden buttons Are painted in quaint designs. These Are for Spring suits of Cashmere and other w woolens. 3rore elegant costumes require the Large Satin buttons which Are beautifully painted in colors. Parasols. The new parasol is always the event of the season. Those now displayed Are rather Fiat in slip per like the japanese umbrella. They come in richly tinted silk As Navy Blue Myrtle Green Dee Plum etc., Aud have Broad stripes Arouri the Borders either of a w hiter a lighter tint than the ground w Ork. Black parasols Are very pretty w Ith polka dots and Border of old Gold. The lining is also old Gold and tie Gold ribs of the Frame Are i iced outside of the lining instead of being hidden beneath As formerly. A Satin parasols for watering places Are brocaded striped polka dotted and even Gay with Bright lived plaids. Plain Ecru Pongee Are often lined w Iii plaid we file others have red and Navy Blue linings with Small designs dots crescents and diamonds in colors upon the outside. Sophie sparkle. Fornitt Clergyman who had been warned that his auditors in a Remote settlement were profane and rough and As he said so he cocked two revolvers and Laid them to right and left on the desk that served him m a pulpit. Never had he preached to so attentive and silent a congregation. It has been predicted by some philosophic i exists that dogs will yet become favorite food in civilization. They contend that the dog is not Only very palatable but that he is nourishing and entirely wholesome and that when Young and tender he cannot be distinguished from the Best Mutton. While six robbers were being sentenced in court at Gergenti Bucuy one of them addressing the court remarked a a infamous Man Assassin 1 a with which word he took off his shoes and Flung them with violence Hittig the judge in the stomach and the Public prosecutor the Arm. The judge added five years to the offenders sentence. The manufacture of fireworks on ones own Hearthstone is attended with some degree of risk. At Cranleigh in Surrey England a labourer named Sherlock was engaged making fireworks in his cottage at an Early hour in the morning when a spark ignited the Gunpowder. The cottage was blown to pieces the wife and aged father of Sherlock w Cre killed Aud his own recovery is considered hopeless. The Sun shines every Day in the year in Denver. The Colorado bulletin states that an old resident who has kept a record of the Days when the Sun was visible or invisible vouches for the fact that there has been a obscured Sunshine on 365 consecutive Days. As Sunshine promotes Good health and better temper Denver must be a place where one can enjoy life. Some old Indian officers Call them a niggers a or a Udemi Savages. A yet most of them have Fine features and a splendid physique. They Are said to Call themselves a Beni Israel a and to Trace their descent from King Saul. Their hebrew by sing. Nomy the division into tribes bearing the familiar appellations of Israel Jusef and Ibrahim their custom of avenging blood Aud of changing their possessions every Fortieth of year the Jubilee Sis at least interesting who inhabit the Borders possible corruption the whose hand making the Yix it the the Hill tribes Are people against every Man and though some of them Are nominally subject to the Ameer there is no real Suzerain and no common National feeling. Unless it be the Universal hostility to the a Lfering Hee a or foreigner. These a Nathans a As they Are usually called speak the push too language while the name of afghan in eludes All the inhabitants. Their religion is of the kind which after rendering to Allah the prayers ablutions and fasts sup posed to be his due leaves them free to indulge their natural instincts. The women who Are usually pretty Are Mere household Drudge. They Are often however the occasion of a relentless blood feud the the prosecution of which through Long years is looked upon As a religious Magazine. An excellent and cheap pre Kehva Tifi. Bouffant draperies whether on the hips or Back arc placed higher and higher the fullness More often being placed just below the Waist line thaa lower Down on the skirt. The Diamond ribbon Collar necklaces Are the fashion of the passing moment set in pave style and with clasps that make them available either for a pair of bracelets or for a necklace. The Novelty in Spring bonnets is of soft Chip or tuscan Straw with a Large brim of the same dimensions All around this brim the milliners indent to suit the face of the wearer. A new fancy that will probably a a take is to face the skirts of Dressy costumes with Ltd silk under which the Lack Bali Yense is basted making a very pretty and striking dress of acct. The new est White Lawn and Cambric waists have the fronts in Fiche style made with a separate piece in six on each Side sewed in the shoulder , and tapering to the Waist. Ai noir novelties in jewelry Are lace pins of Limoge enamel on porcelain with classic myth logic figures and greek treatment of the subjects the bar biding Spirro imbed with diamonds in fancy skel thirty eight ton guns on Board the dread chemistry is constantly finding a new thing or a new use for a old thing. The latest is Saly civic acid for the preservation of fish in their freshness and flavor. Salt fish have very Little the flavor of fresh. By the new process of curing which has been used in Germany for More than a year fish of All kinds can be so preserved As to retain nearly All their original excellence. It is understood that the expense of preparing fish by the use of this acid is not much greater than the Cost attendant on the older method while the result is infinitely More satisfactory. It is already about As cheap As ice. The Supply of Saly civic acid is Well night inexhaustible. The Sal Cine is derived from Willow bark. The acid May also be procured from carbolic acid. Like the latter it is a powerful anti ferment. When Well diluted it is tasteless and i odorous. It is now used to prevent the souring of Beer and to arrest putrefaction in the manufacture of glue. A generous trap. Side Satchel Are de Rige Iier. Skirts Are beautifully Sciort. Poke bonnets Are ii it i Donabie. Everybody wears Boehni lace. Jabot Grover longer and longer. M Ririe Ayi Toinette styles Are revived. The Rianon is the coming polonaise Shukler capes Are again fashionable. Basque polonaises will be much worn. English round hats have larger crowns. Large bonnets Are preferred to Small ones. Turbans ave worn both in and out doors. Novelties in Side sat Elicus Are in demand. Recently says the Sacramento rtt Ord Union a dismal looking tramp met a citizen on Street and in trembling tones the simultaneous discharge of two of the begged for the favor of a two bit donation declaring that he had not eaten anything aug lit Uff the Isle of weight caused the for Twenty four hours and did not know the a test Ovid to in Diamond earrings whole Shin to keel to port two degrees where he would find a place to sleep Are made of two narrow ribbons of Dia the whistles jumped out of the voice tubes Tufit night. The citizen replied that lie monds in flexible ave setting each rib the glasses out of tie sashes fell in showers really could not do As requested Asho had Etori Gold enamel setting. That tie proc eth is protect an i a Large saving in the expenses of hat Macau facture. Rail to Tab most recent Triumph of american engineering mechanism is Confor sedly the monster locomotive of some forty tons weight constructed for the Albany Road. The boiler is ten inches longer than the Standard with 173 flues eleven Abo a the Ordinary number and four and one Hau inches longer twelve fast three inches Nio Ming and on three Suchet Ong and two in diameter. Of the inside Flro-1 a breast in a tree. A treasure up a tree was san in the watches of the night by a pedlar who was sleeping in a farm Honse in the Shenandoah Valley. told his dream to the Box the Side sheets arc sixty by sixty inches and the flus and door and Crown sheets sixty by fort two inc Lieg. The total area of heating surface is thus some 455 Square to Quot it not considering the Forward flue Sheet Iho cylinders with eight by one and a eighth Inch Porte arc eighteen Aud three fourths by Twenty eight inches and the be prevailed on the to accompany i m to Trio Forrest where he pointed out a Large Oak tree As the one he had seen in his dream. It was apparently sound at the butt but uni omit Twenty feet up a limb had been broken off. The Farmer did not feel like hum Oring what be sep in 8ed to be a. ,., whim but the old fellow two pairs of Drivers Are four and one half i j., i. ,. Seemed to have coif thence in his vision. Feet in diameter. The Frame is St might and four by three and one half inches. The a a slab part of the Frame is in a single piece a a slotted out in the Centre so that the double slab form is retained Writh the advantage of being naturally United at the ends which Are riveted to the the yokes through i which the Crank rods play Are of one piece and Side Are placed inside the Drivers to Render life secure in the cab in Case of breaking tires. I the introduction of steam tramways on highways has proved quite satisfactory says the London times on the Public roads in Portugal. The running Speed it says has been from eight to ten Miles a hour but in special cases a Speed equal to Twenty or Twenty five Miles a hour is attained the gradients or Hills Over which the trains Are taken have a Vine of one in Twenty and the curves or Comers around which they run have a radius of Twenty Yards. Trains consisting of seven closely packed carriages Hare let Een successfully worked under the above exceptional conditions Between Lisbon and Cintra and also. Between Lisbon Aud Torres vedas and in local districts near Lisbon still longer and heavier trains have been run. They Are under the easiest and most perfect control on the steepest Hills and Are worked among the Ordinary movements of Public Road traffic with a wonderful Freedom from act Cidell it is now known that if oils Are mixed with sawdust textile materials &c., so As to be exposed to the atmosphere in to Lii films oxygen is rapidly absorbed the Tern Pesature of the mass rises Aud under favourable circumstances actual ignition May ensue. The effect varies greatly with the kind of Oil used some oils being exceedingly dangerous while others May be regarded As practically Safe hence the risk of fire in a factory must to influenced to a very considerable degree by the kind of Oil used. Olive Oil has been considered the least dangerous a Mineral oils Pine linseed and rape and their mixture the so a while All other Are sep posed to hold an intermediate position. But according to some recent experiments made Abrail Olive Oil is to be regarded really among the most dangerous of All w Hile the hydrocarbons such As the Mineral oils Are incapable of producing spontaneous com. Bustion. Prop. Dol Beuer a expert cents says Les Mondes appear to equal anything in Tyndall s illustration i of the same phenomenon a sound Waves. To takes a tube of any material one to two inches in diameter Aud fourteen or More inches Long on one of the ends he applies a membrane of silk paper Fine ribbon or Gold beaters skin Aud in Centre fixes with gum a piece of looking Glass not above one eighth of an Inch Square with the reflecting Side turned outward. When dry it is turned to the sunlight the open end of the tube is put in the Mouth holding the other end in such a manner that the rays of Light reflected May fall upon a White Wall or on a Sheet of paper. If the operator then Speaks or sings into the tube the regular motion of the my of Light presents very pleasing and regular designs differing Only according to the intensity of the sound. Aud offered him Oue half the spoils if he would help him Cut Down the tree. When the tree fell the was a Ratti of Coin near where the limb bad been broken off and a Small hollow found there by a Little chopping. A larger cavity fou ii l and within wits a mass of Silver. Both see nil wild with Delight and Eui counting up found that the pile amounted to the Pedler expressed Bis in willingness to carry around so Inucci Silver in his pocket and ii Quiret where he would be greenbacks for his share. The a Namer. Having considerable Money in his , transferred to uie Pedler a in paper Money and took charge of the entire lot of Silver. In he Pedler disappeared and when his partner attempted to pass some of the Silver to it was com Terf Cit. was the victim of a gang of joiners. Likely to get a a o a has Feriozi k h ind. A curiosity which puzzles scientist is now on exhibition in Gould a Cabinet at Mill City. Nev. It is a perfectly formed hand which apparently belonged to a boy about fourteen years of age. The hand a a open the fingers being slightly la ent toward tie Palm on which the thumb rests. The Back of the hand seems to have Bomi crushed or a Leepom posed Lefoi o petrified the Palm thumb and fingers Are Jie feet. It was found at the Sulphur Beds near Ridi bit Hole by one of the men employed in shovelling crude Sulphur into the refining retort and is supposed to have Lieen imbedded in the Sulphur Bank for Ages. Pure fingers Are comparatively Short a fact w hich indicates that it did not belong to an Indian As the red menus fingers Are generally longer than those of the Whites Hurt the thumb rather longer than the average to what race the owner of the band belonged Aud Liow and when it was embed ded in remain the Subj it Hur will probably Ever Virginia City Enterprise. Coal Arroll. Coal Armor is the new est idea among he Glish naval constructors. A Coal Bunker eight or ten feet wide filled with Coal has been found to resist the projectiles of the four and a half ton gun nearly seven Nichai bore even when tired under Conditi oae most favourable for it East motion and experiments have been tried by exploding shells with increased bursting charges in the Coal without setting it on fire. Foar converted merchant steamers Aud Kessete where the greater part of the machinery is placed above the water line these Bun How Are Likely to be employed. The 8hoe fit red. on parachutes show that a londoner says the Whitehall review of recently told a reporter of one of Thom awkward contretemps which happily Aro of rare occurrence. was travel no in Somersetshire and had for his Conigan Ioui a reverend gentleman with his wife Ter and maid. Conversations after a while became Mutual and the londoner opened the subject of education among other tilings. Said he to the reverend Man a a a curious question w As put to my sister when at school As a test question at an examination a what is the name of the female Fox a and curiously although Ray sister had been born and bred in the com great oscillations always take place if the experimenters have not placed a Small. ,. I. A 1. X i.17. And her companions at school likewise Hole in the Centre of their Parachute which i. Xuy x increases stability at the expense of resist auce. The motion of the wings if they Are working together would very Likely Render the same service to the occupant of the machine As they prevent the accumulation of the air. Unfortunately however to keep them working evenly is a difficult matter requiring not Only Force of muscle but great presence and ?8 of mind. The so called queue or rudder is a useless encumbrances a Man who is working hard none of them could answer the question the answer is a the londoner had no sooner said thin than he observed a Cloud gather Over the lady a brow the daughter a wished the maid looked confused while the Clergyman stared hard at him. Ignorant that he had Given utterance to anything i decorous or Likely to cause this sudden change he began to feel very much embarrassed and was Only aware of the extent of his Inqui when his clerical vis a Vish vudred him a with his two hands and fighting vigorously. V a i or Xuy 1 x x i card whereupon to his horror no reat4 for his very life cannot be expected to at tend to direction with his legs attached to a rudder. Bon finished with a Pear shaped Pearl w Ith of Small Diamnd. The longest ribbon in front of tie love of the car the shortest at the . A Spring fastens the wire or Hir that passes through the Hole in the ear to Nese by jobs eos Touly 151,800, and i in Wyoming where women can vote if and the faces of the Tell tales and engine no Money and did not expect any until proposed for use in fiery coalmines. Lime compressed into cartridges or used loosely Aud Well tamped Down in the Hole using water or other liquid to saturate Aud cd find it is now 11 a Rev. Fox rectory Dorset Shire who of course tendered a profusion of apologies and avowed his entire ignorance of the name previously which was a fact but it was no Good convers a Tion w As impossible after Ard. Room telegraphs were also fractured. No saturday night adding As a sly thrust at is claimed that the advantage to be de Are Cheui at that. Indi curious of distress however was of the beggar that he a had no to even a cock served in the Btu Turc of Trio ship. A tax i for Twenty four a a is tint so Pard a was the rejoinder. A qty gracious i hate to see a fellow suffer. A she will she do est t do it Only one to along and take something in be Rived from use Are Economy in the production of Coal making less Slack than by using Ordinary blasting powder of Colliers Are in let is danger the b a school swirl in Coli Sorrl x. H., has 4 not Okcu Ali sent or tardy for seven be . I Detroit free press with a Strong South wind blowing we ought to be Able to smell the Georgia Jie Ach blossoms these Days. We probably would too if cd a ii Iurii would Stop a Little to one Side. Luan in the territory has Ever been elected to office a Gay the people Aud now official station is Hiver demanded in the sister got com ething left a the half dollars and quarters exhibit to showed that he was a Well fixed a but the Hood. Not half the women in Che Yemie. Accepted. Have a vote since the first two Electious. Although there a. Separate polling places for the Bra r.,s a table w Omen stay very Good deed is a Groin of seed for which is especially characteristic of preparations for opening a nov Gateway through the Walls of Ivo Iii have led to Tho discover a of the Pav nuut of be old via Siuea with to inns or me nest i Century anal even earlier. Only one of them lives t bus soap a . It to Ntakas a coffin with Tho seek Toni of a lady Wilt Gold earrings necklace and Signet ring. In de of Art do Sliaut ring of Coal by ick of Thi Ciu Xigen who belonged to the is Aimar family. Iii not a Troy Iii a Wail inane ancient works of gulp own it is avoided Aud the qua ii of the a biosphere is rather improved by it i. Use than otherwise. 1 stroy Iii a Wall Many were discovered though 1 Rok n into Nur Erous pieces and for Mug part i la. Wall. A a a it is stated that a process has been disco i ered whereby the seed can be taken Iron. In order to open a Mark. T for lard Coy in Europe Philadelphia pro a. Amer c in Coal stove to act a Jarl .-.r. I away irom the polu Aud keep out of Poi a eternal Jill. D the Plant known As a Cut it it is claimed a thus Jiuu of duct to a Eti. It i i i x

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