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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - February 6, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioThe Organ or the Temperance Reform published very Friday f at the Ben Franklin steam printing Honse a a if Ualk Clark. Terms single Nuber Ipuma �1 #0 a cum Deroyn and upwards. 1 00 t a subscriptions Mutt be with the Cash and addressed Pottage paid to Caleb Clark Ben Giuin cuff Marque Hoove a amp Neermati o. A to of try. Trie pledge. when Mew ont. A onto a parking let out than sparkling bowl though lips of Kail thy brim May pre and Eye of Beauty of it thee Roll anti Tong and dance Oliy Power conf to i will not touch thee for there cling a a torsion to thy tide that Ting. Thy Crystal Gla like Fuleno a tree f melted Ruby tempt the Eye a Vani. A from that there comes from Inee Quot tie voice Quot thou Shalt not surely die i dare not lift thy liquid Gem a Snake is twisted round thy Stern in Itou liquid fire i like that which glowed for Paul upon Melita Shore thou Quot st been upon guests bestowed hut thou Shalt warm House no More for Whei Eso her thy radiance Falls Forth front thy Bead a Viper a awls what though of Gold the Goblet be a. Embossed with Manche of the sine Hen eath whose burnished leave we see such clusters a poured Tufo wine among these leave an adder hang i fear him for in be Felt his Fang. Knew entertained other purposes in re gang to her Money so Anna gave her half Dollar to the poor Motherless children and she Felt Nappier for what she had done than if she Nad spent it in buying things to gratify herself. Such was Anna the Little girl who was now. Walking with her Mother anti brother. Is f10, look a she cried stepping Sud Denar and catching hold of her another s hand a there so poor woman and three Little Quot children. Its up cold and they be got Ftp a teme. Can to 1 give the sir sixpence ?1/ / . Jettel look at that unfeeling lady said Willy speaking with some indignation., and pointing across die Street where a lady warmly Clad and with he hands protected a Muff,.�?Twas passing the beggars without offering them a single Penny a that is mrs. A a replied the Mother a a and 1 know her. son to be any thing but an unfeeling a Why done to Bhe offer the beggar a Penny then ? i Only wish i had some Ropey. I d give it to her very Quick. Hurt Over Sis and give her your sixpence.?/ y it i now Willy had spent every cent Given to him during the holidays in buying things for his own use. He did not indulge at All in the luxury of Benevolence i la f i mrs. I replied the Mother. I would hardly like to say no. child,1 replied the Mother thoughtfully a and yet i very much doubt if in plus country any but the Idle or vicious become beggars. to such you can easily see would be no Charity Lor that would Only encourage them in their evil v / v a in a sorry i gae that women sixpence 5 said. A rugs a after looking serious Lor some time. ? a a l on t say that dear a returned her Mother smiting�?11 your act. Was an am selfish one you wished to help the needy. There was a Good impulse a in your Quot heart. A Ever cherish such impulses. They come to you from god., who clothes the naked and feeds. The hungry. Sett we should be Wise Anna As Well As Good. A Wise o yes i understand you Mother. We should know whether out alms will really do Good before we make them. A a a 1 ves love. That is what i mean if we give to the Idle and vicious we do them really More harm than Good for we furnish them with the Means of continuing in idleness and a 1 can unders and that Mother very Well. 1 wonder i never thought of it -self.1 i a Many grown people Anna Are no Wiser ref this respect than you have been. There Are others again who make the or. Was a merchant in a Altimore and did i very heavy business especially in train. One morning As he was pasting Over the vessels thit Lay at the wharf with their variola com. Moitie for Amie he stepped Tipon the deck of one at the item of which he saw a Ungro Man sit like whose dejected countenance a ave sure imitation of distress a kid he a Cotter him we Hes Quot iffy Man what a he Matte with you this coming in t i the negro lifted Quot his eyes Gad looking at or b. Re Mafe , Massa. I a in great Quot a what Kropt la i. A thaae in a Fotch of Here to he sold a a what fori what have you been doing a hive you. Been stealing or did you Ron away or w Fot a a .4 i i or of a i suppose he carts her now a for a son after he got Region he asked Roe if they might he married Aud f Preso ipe they / a what will you take Tor her and the children a a i you want them for you own use. Will take seven Hundred dollars but i shall wot sell them to go out of the state a f wish them ail for own use. And give Fon fourteen Hundred v they both went to b store Drew he the writings and closed the Sale after which they retired to the vessel and air. B., approaching the negro who sat with Ufa eyes fired a Pant the deck seemingly wrap in meditation Quot of awful forebodings saying Well mows i have Bong it a moms made a. Very Low Bow pud of his face worked with emotion so Quot in replied a. / a Quot Layou muses whar is i Gwine masa1 it a Georgy in. J said or. B., �?o1 am a Nieri ii aut Here in the City yonder is store. I want Yomtov attend on the store and 1 have purchased ill no. No Massa hone do that it if i i Ito did no to mind be audes ,7 v a a what kind of orders a i a a Well Massa stranger 1 Tell you. M Wilom Werry Strick Man and Werry hire Mao Weir it us r too and Ebay body on the place got Quot to Unce Quot Quot a a �?~�?�1 a him and i Brea Trow de role but i did no to c to Meetin sometimes wife and children too that Yon May not a. Brews god for Date and mass Kin go the it a Hie a who the desert trod and Felt Tbs Iford Srp vat a bite looked opt it to Tini. And mod that 111� was in the if hts so 111 worm bit ten s Ety Vela 4 a out when lie drink what to it i ordain. A yet amp Chou floods be deep cold Well be Ems from non Rock that drip a a prof that from Earth a Tern a Call loth Over your Granite Barinas lip to Yon i look your Large a give d lit to 1. Yew _ and i Wilt drink of you and live. A word of cheer. firm and he faithful deter not the right the Breve become bolder the Darker the night than opt nil be doing to Booth Coward May fell thy Doty punning dare All and prevail. Tend to break de re la i forget myself and i got int 4 a t \ of week and you Pray a. Often As you Chan a id a Kou re the strangest Nigger 1 have seen for As loud a9 Aud a a fed Chow. Week lean get no from you Aad t a h #8 Sqq Choom and every time tilth to t overboard whether it eat Home or a Chu Foh i you had better Tell toe that you want you to prov for me wife and so a a please Massa Dob t Frow 4e poor children and too for if to mate a p n a in 1 a Good Man your prayers will do us no Hartl. Of a me hk\10n Are t0 be i anti a red them very much and if you Wil Solbjor. _. A to Yon Mav Pray for every Hod of the a trimme a at Tor praying Sah v a 1 b. In the state of Maryland it Wal not in a for Pray tug that a a very Strau be tale Lorp Ell it indeed. Will Jon master permit you to while or b. Was dealing out these profit he cd lil All Day feeling of in of error on the a a Wyto. Uoo pm us Roe m i Hil. 1 a Riks a a. A a pm Tia Kenn. A -. Quot a i �-1 v Quot i posting two Row of Eveo cheap ivories As any african a a boast and his Bearta a novae was a Obren god Breas god. All. Do top in i it i us non a a. Maiu masts Nebr Pijawka have All dese Emu modal in Joseph in de a. I ,. I a it Ltd in Osea had poured a few blessings ill f Vlf Suppo Eyoup a c Lolodel a a a la him a wan of Dkl a a. A a v. M. A i Laud requesting him to give his love and jaw m n0w Al dts to a a Weli he mistress the children and Thea of uie world could t he in me How Kean who a Luu he followed to the store to Emerus Pliura sat one a her do any the functl0da of Hii Bew office. A. A fetal \ a it a the return of the Schooner brought Moses Hui your name i wife and children. A a Early the next Spring As or. Asony Day Sta Diug at the store door he saw a Man leap vice of Beggary the plea for not giving at ally who push aside every applicant Lor a May not think it True Charity to Eric our i Aid without even an inquiry int6 his or Ane women to sit with to lifer poor Quot Little Cums Anees. I this you see is Felling cd Ihl Reiji in the cold All Day begging for into error Quot of the other Side Penzie in Stead of Hying do support spirit us a willingness to Helt Ihre i Lew then useful a v itt need to the a Bert 6f our ability. W Lai i Why did you Halloo Aoi a a Lali. Bat Mother a spoke up will i this is Felt there will be no Lack of o pfc Quot kind spirit Cones on me and gets Hap Lauifi Klys a suppose they can to get work to to Niiva ?. A i a Dot a i. A nor. In giving need we Ever be itt you think it would be bet ter for Iberti to go with their children to the alms House where they would have warm rooms to stay in. Good food to eat. Much doubt. You were in none of Chi you. Gave your half Dollar to help the children a Home. A and comfortable clothes to 1 Wear Ami where they would something useful 1 Gary Are next door neighbors to vide. A can to 1 Eive her sixpence ? Uri co flame r and the Brandy Drinker. ,.a i the Washington correspondent of the a Psi judge Collamer the Able and efficient postmaster general has adopted a Rule of an t 1 give her sixpence1 which he is governed in the bestow Anna whose Hett was too full of sorrow i a a. R a i. Ii a a ,. Ment of office in his department which 11 a r t children All exposed to the exclude a Lotf Only confirmed drunk cold to feel the Force of what her Hother Ards mtg a Prate iram.drinker8. He f. Has i understand very wisely determined dear it of Yoa a it to d. A a one so. The Money is your own was re to anime in �?zw1m�?z plied Fohir Jurii big. From Arthuie a hit me Guaetta. \ the boo arb. Anna and Willy were walking with their Mother one Clear cold Day Early in k the new year. The shop windows were still full of elegant and attractive Holiday goods and the children lingered at various Points along the Street to enjoy the display. Anna had a sixpence the last that remained of her Christmas and new years gifts and she had promised herself some pleasure in spending it. She was a tender hearted child. Suffering in others always awakened her sympathy and made her desire its Relief. Let me give an incident to illustrate her character. Anna had Beer saving her Money for some time previous to the holidays and in her Little purse was Over half a Dollar. A few Days before christinas a lady Friend called upon her Mother who had engaged to go with her to a place called the a children a Home a where were gathered together some thirty or forty Little children from the babe of a few weeks old to the of nine or ten Little children whose parents were either. Dead or too Idle and vicious to rightly care for them Here they had warm rooms comfortable food ,.dunking kind nurses and. Careful teachers this 1 home1 was the True kindness of a few excellent ladies who not Only supported it with their Money hut 1 ran across the Street Abd sixpence in the woman a so Anna placed her and. When she returned she looked thoughtful but Little was said her on her Way Home. That evening As she sat alone with her Mother Willy and the other children were playing in the Nursery a he said 1 done to think that beggar woman was a Good woman Mother.5 what not dear ? a was the natural Jyh Quot. A Quot a i can i Tell a said Annas a but when she looked1 into. face i Felt Afra d. A in a 80 glad she is hot Mother. In a Sute she is not. Good to her Childrs a. A a a 1 were an fould be uru �7fr a a a t a a 4 m to r a to View Tiu Jiwa in Rucoi ii Iii visited it regularly to see that their be 1 Chi ear Isnit it dread ful Mot her ? Why a an multitudes go away resolved to for be Volent purposes were fully carried out Anna went with her Mother to this children s Home. How quickly was her heart touched what she saw there was a poor Little Motherless babe not so old As her Little sister Helen. It had Large dark eyes Early Zijair and Rosy Cheeks just like Helen a. When Anna Bent Down to kiss it the tears blinded her to think that the babe had no kind Mother to love and care for it. Mother a whispered Anna As they were about going away. A Well dear what is it a asked her Mother. A can to 1 give half Dollar to the children a Home?1 a / a the half Dollar you saved for Christmas a a yes Mother. Five got it in pocket Ana if you la let me ill give it to the children a a do so if Quot you like dear a Quot replied annals Mother. Greatly pleased at such an. Evidence of Good reefing and met de uial on the part of Anna who had she of tip st a it Quot of it had poor 1 title things 1 wish the children s Home so much better a there is no doubt of that a and the baby Mother. 01 it had a Nch a strange Looby its Cheeks were red and shining aim its Eye were half closed. It did nor look As if asleep and yet it was could have ailed it Mother ? to indulge in his �?ocups.5�?T connected with the enforcement of this Rule a Friend related to me the other Day a scene which occurred at judge cos room of a very amusing character it appears that an applicant for a the office of postmaster somewhere out West called on the Post master general at Hii quarters and presented his papers setting Forth his claims to the office sought. The judge scrutinized him for moment and then very Cool Vwe Mark Edi a a you drink whiskey a what in a for master a Genii a a Massa Navaie vol Joel Wilum a if Here does he list in Dowa of de Kasio Shoah a a a a a is he a Eood master or Cedie treat you Webie /v.?. T a Job yes met a to a willing Jet Oiin to better of de of a stand of and let ice look at and Moses stood up and presented a robust Frame Aud a or. Stripped tip his sleeves. Ilia am stave elided be of unusual muscular a to Rageth. It a v \ a where is Jour met Jerly Quot intr he if Jia Tomio. To de As off. Started for the Shore Het heard most give a Tpwry sigh followed a deep groan. Moses not at All pleased with the Pream phase of affairs lie was strongly in f k f i r r 7�?T pressed with fee idea that b. Was a Trade and Bur i believe t the unfortunate App fdua4ed 0 Bay a. K we lab that made a Kurt construing this Mark into an Invi-1 Bim Flo Diu it of communicate to or. T a the ration to Nduati a Glass with the postmas-1 de Tirol inform Uati a. Or. Reached the wharf upon the wharf from the deck of a vessel and a Alk hurriedly toward the store. He soon re cognized him and upon the colonels inquiry alter Moses or. Replied that he was up a Taus measuring Grain and invited him to walk up and see him. Soon or. A s attention was arrested a very confused noise above. He listened Aud heard an unusual shuffling of feet and some one talking very hurriedly and when he reflected upon colonel pcs singular movements and the Peculiar expression of his countenance. He became Alarine and determined to go up and see what la transpiring a 1 when he reached the head of the Stair he was startled seeing Moses in the Middle of Quot the floor Down upon one knee with his Arm around the colonel Waist and talking most rapidly while the colonel stood weeping audibly so soon a the colonel coaids sufi Cir Nutly Couf Trot his feelings he told air. That he had never been Able to free Hin self from the info veneer mpg. Mfg a i a Jim rim Quot a. 1 a a Coc Warr. Rent inc Down trifles. Ita spider break his thread Twenty tires Twenty times will he mend it again. Make up your minds to do a thing and you will do it. Fear not if a trouble comes up. On Yon keep of your spirits though the Day be a dark one. Quote a a it Quot if the Sun is going Down look up to theadars if the Earth is dark keep your Eye on heaven with gods promises a Man or child May be cheerful. A mind what Yon ran after never be co tit to with a Bubble that will bars firewood that will end in. Smoke and darkness. Get that which you can keep and which a Worth Knapp in. _ _ fight hard against a Hasty temper. Anger will come but resist it strongly. A spark May set. The House on fire. A fit of Quot passion May g be you Couse to All the Days of your life. Never revenge an injury. If you Hare on enemy act kindly to him and make him your Friend. You May not win him Over at once hot try again. Let one kindness be lot Lowed another till Yon have compassed your end. Little and Little great things Are completed Aud so repeated kindness will soften the heart of Stone. Whatever you do do it willingly. A boy that is whipped to school never Lear a his lessons Well. A Man that is compelled to work cares not How badly it u performed. He that pulls off his coat cheerfully Stripe up Bis sleeves in Earnest Aud sings White he works is the Man for me. Evil thoughts Are worse enemies than Lions and tigers for we can keep ont of the Way of wild beasts but bad thoughts win their Way every where. The cup that is full will hold to More keep your hands and i Barta full of Good thoughts that bad thoughts May find to room to enter. _ _ the Fol a Rili i a interesting lowing from the London times be True our geological correctors of Moses a Cosmogony will have need to Correct some of their dates to say the least in professor Goring who is professor of natural history at the i diversity of Lodi made recently be fore a Eircle e of p r irate Fri Enda a ram Ark Able sex Peri in but illustrative of his theory As to the formation if mountains. He melts some substances known Only to himself in a vessel and allows the liquid to coed. At first it presenta an even surface but a portion continues to ooze up from beneath Aud gradually elevations Are formed until at Tough ranges and chains of Bills Are formed exactly corresponding in shape w Ith those which Are Foaud of the Earth. Even to the stratification the resemblance is Complete and m. Gorini ran produce on a Small scale the Phenomena of volcanoes and earthquakes. He contends therefore that the inequalities on the face of the Globe Are the result of certain materials first reduced the application of heat Toa liquid state and then allowed gradually to consolidate. 7% a 1. A a How old a hts a about 1� he heal a a 1�?� very he Uerey had any sickness a the ague. A a 1, the colonel then stated to or. Respect to stage mail routes we would have fewer Saeei a. Dents and not so Many mail failures and k As if it was it i to be hoped that As judge Collamer Era pc acc. It awake vvhat1 Lonamen Edthe work of Temperance except on or two spells of her1 a Reform m Foa department the chiefs of for he could not part with him end he in tend War women a replied the Mother other Depa Rtommye will Fonow his exam a a a of for a a a a has any Man de to mama met Jas and his wife at fort Aud ref i have Lara a plea what a Beautiful moral spectacle it ought Aad u Wal do him As much Good.�?T?/ he a Hildrea at Turu five years of at. Often give their babes Large done. Of r u Haa be a g0od had Momm was not far wrong of in has rat in a fes Model Republic from q a 1 i the a a Down to the humbled info priv Leuned correspondent of the n. Y. Independent writing from Washington tells the following Good one of a minister who was not acquainted with the ways of the capital a a gentleman on a. Visit Here and anxious to listen to the debates opened very Cool one of the doors of the Senate and was about to pass in when the door keeper asked a Are you a privileged member Quot a a what do Yon Man aah. A Man a asked the stranger. I the reply was a governor an of foreign minister. A i to a mini Star a said the stranger. _ a from what court or country if you please a asked the officer. V cry gravely pointing up a a a from the court a of of heaven to this on door keeper wages Fly remarked a this government at present holds no inter elite a on Rae with that foreign Power a that his 1. I m. �?�,4 moves and his family Baek him that that was out of the question. They sit idly in the Street. Quot Domaz i them Mother ? a i ordinate tree Rora the blighting effects Ltd makes them Sepal and insensible a 7?&Quot r a few hours and Yin Dearoy then g Elt runs grew Morsi Reform now at health. If it Dot a a not cause their death i a a a us Happy r wretchedness m a la Vouly to be shed for b. That hit i household All families Are. I object in this coming to Baltimore a to Huv not provided with Scales and weight referring he life Yilit Asand his family halt Atrain but of b lt0 ln2rc,i, Ennu a be of Everi housewife he question the of a no win a be a Elul wheat flour one Pound Leone Una a. Indian meal Cue Pound two ounces is one ,j., t quart. Ishea Good had a a l a a of to term Quot Ben soft one Pound one once is a a sir he it the beet fond on p Ace a j0�.ph. For when Job pm was told into Egypt be it ready to Nett and of Tut non. He has god 0v<.rnlied 5t to his Good and he obtained been Fey Foreman for the last ten years and anew Iago that were far b Ond his More tasty Pedro never knew Wuh mme. J h in Telly proved the do Yon wish to sell Himl / Ifo frument of saving the lives of Thote who sold a because he disobeyed orders. As i said b m More prote the instrument in Goti s it lays the foundation for the a Quot a Jolt b. Gough a babe i speak at taken land a this Gei Tuemo a is. At tar amt in new anutn.1? a a a ,.y Eliud aatto Labouring Wotli his i anal Success 11 should from what you to Saya to foe of Temperance. Wherever replied the Mother. A he goes Large crowds flock to hair him he is . Foreman and that he might of available at any moment i. Want him i. Hands of saving the Many a soul who sold him. Built he i old Moses to still living and doing Well. He done to they take the poor Little their we had the pleasure of away from such bad women and put listening to Tola ditting nihed lecturer a few evening�1 since and we were sur them into the children s Home ? it would be so much better. A a a in that i agree with you entirely Anna. But what a every body a business a they say seems to be any body a business. Our City officers who Are chosen the people to attend to the Public Good Are not always As faithful in Little things As they should be. A a i Only wish that i was mayor for a Little while a said Auna. A id take up every woman i found begging in the Street with a baby in her arms that 1 would and if they had been giving them laudanum or any of that kind of stuff i d take their babies away from them and put them in the children a Home a 1 that would certainly be Wiser than to encourage them in idleness and the ill treatment of their tender offspring giving them sixpence. A but the re Are some beggars who1 Arp deserving a prised at his astonishing Power Over the Audi enc. There were probably fifteen Hundred persons present and they seemed perfectly under his control. His eloquence at tirade was overwhelming creating an outburst of emotion throughout the audience. The effects of intemperance was the theme and never did we hear them portrayed in More truthful and glowing color. We wondered How any one could continue in the traffic or use of intoxicating drinks after listening to such a lecture. 1 or. Gotta go lectured in the Tremont Temple Boston on Sabbath evening which was his ofte Hundred and ninety sixth lecture on Temperance delivered in foe congregation was Large and listened to the eloquent speaker with great interest. His address was Over an pour in length and was unusually eloquent Aad . Phi Oriynn Dent Christian advocate. Ltd i it pm st. I x i Mumi Lluu but Tiff 12u Cio lug we i. Of Quarter within a Gnu Drosd cards of Roj own dug a ice of burned hit Freedom and at present Honse cd i hmm yet rom Fla suck fax \ Uco Latisi a Aab feud House of his two and i time in the a info or neg that his Horn did to a sings i Sbott to he hearts not answer in five minute after., but two years Apo Heyot religion and Tomn it Queed what he Terina family Pray Era that is prayer in his one quart. Loaf sugar broken one Pound i it one quart. White Snear powered one Pound Oue ounce is one quart. A Best brow it sugar one Pound two ounces one quart. Eggs average size ten egg Are one Pound. Sixteen Large Are half a pint eight Are. One Gill four half a gift 8te. V. Al. A i 1 he Interior or Africa,.�?a writer a a Quarter every Uigh audio Normag and when he 1��<?d for get eral Pearson the Mettra c it rav Fogan 1� prayer it we impossible to Tell when a # Glate 0f Civili Taiton exist among some of the he would top. Especially if a a he Quot termed it he got Happy. Then he would sing and Pray and777h�?oj Havett Dufo out of Halloo for an Hoar or two together so that you a ? of the tribes with which tra might Bear him a mile off. And he would Pray i for me and wife and children and our whole family connection to the third generation Aad sometimes when we would have vis. Often Moses prayers would interrupt the Coin Vera atom Ana destroy the enjoyment of the whole company. The women would cry and it would set me almost frantic and even after i would sometimes of nearly Daylight before 1 Conid go to sleep for it appeared to me that could hear Moses Pray for three hours aft ter he had finished. I bore it As Long a i could and then forbid his pricing so loud any Mora. Moses promised obedience bal be soon transgressed and role is never to whip but the now a negro proves incorrigible. I sell him. Tbs keeps them in better subjection add is Lesa trouble than whipping i pardoned motes twice Lor disobedience in praying so loud but the third to one 1. Knew i must sell him or every negro on the farm would soon of perfectly regardless of All Quot a you spoke of Moses quarters 1 suppose from that he has a famil Jfe Quot a Yea he a a woman and three a old rent tribes such Asha not been suspected hitherto. Quot of accounts Given of me tribes Wim it Nib. Travellers have come in Contact. They cannot of regarded As Savages having organized habitations with regular defence about Thier cities engaging in agriculture and the maniac Turof Cotton cloths for clothing which they ornament with handsome dyes of native production and exhibiting handicraft in their conversion of Iron and precis of metals into articles of Usa and ornament. The merchant entrust their Good to the care of native traders in venous parts of the country stored in huts a Fth ont Protection yet preserved in safety act of robbery being very Rara. Native traders Are held in High respect especially if wealthy and in some Cam whole tribe engage in the in Tine of itinerant traders no impediment being offered to them even among nations where a state of War poet. How to coax All other Means of caring cold fasting Quot a the Mart let a Hoover has a cold eat nothing whatever for two Day and i cold will of gone provided he is not confined to bed. Because Quot taking no Carbon into the system Quot food hut co us am in g that surplus which caused i disease breath be soon carries off fee disease removing the cause. This will he found More effectual if food copious water drinking to protracted fasting. the time a person a fasted maeday and night he will experience a Freedom from a nip. And a Chear Neas of mind in a delightful contrast with that mental stupor and physical pain caused colds. And How infinitely better is this method of breaking no colds than Medicine. Of a candidate for medical Bonefo having thrown himself almost into a fever from his in rapacity to answer the questions was a keel one of Tbs Fra earn a now would Yon sweat a a patient for the rheumatism a he replied.,. A i would Quot a end. Him. Here to of lxamiltpd., Matrimony and is Noli ble88edness.�? Matrimony hot buckwheat cakes warm Fods a comfortable slippers smoking coffees round arms red ups ahem �?etc., exulting in but tons redeemed stocking a foot jacks happiness a. Sati Julf blessed Meea Sheet Iron quilts Blue noses frosty room a ice in the Pitcher unregenerate Linen Hoel Lesa sock a Coffee Sweet eyed with icicle a Gutta Percha Bias nit flabby Steak in 1.1 razor so corns coughs and Cholico a run Forby aloes misery a. Ugh to Ottha Baptist state Oon Ventola of Miro Lippi have revolved to raise $100,000 for endowing a College in Quot feat. State. Quot a it. 41� i Wil fit the Quot it ii

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