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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

£l)c people's QVooocatc riBLISUEi BTERI TBUESDAY KOKSIKG, HY |DQW&BOYD. (Office on lie west side of the Public Avenue.) TERMS—|>$E DOLLAB a year iu advance. One DoUirljFlfty Cenujf not paid within three months, and i| delayed until after, the expiration of ih« year two flollars wjjl be exacted. J Discontinuance* optional with the Publishers, nni lem arrearage! are paid- ' j Letters to t|c I'ubliuUere on business with the office must b ^ ijpst-paid to insure attention. '

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

| -From the Golden Rule. VOICES OF NATURE. i. I floctru: Ttiere is jjpcnsnre in the pathless woods, There' nj raptnrc on the lonely shore; Then- is fcciety where none intrudes Hy the jilwp sea, iind music in its roar. % BVKON. a ' llt?:ml yegihe Whisper of the breeze. As sq|t it murmured hy.j Amid llie^*h:>dinvy forest treer? It tells with moaning sigh, t>t Oh* liovversStuf bliss nnllwt viewless shore. Where tin? wifin-y spirir sliiill siu uo more. ¦ While sv.xVI anil l«w in chrystnl streams That i'lSier in the shade, ^. Tin- lii'i.-ifi of an angel's dreams On bultfilinjr keys ;ire playcil; ! An.l their c<ln| .-s breathe with a unsii- tone, _, hi rli.it home inhere the loved and the !o.-t are gone A.nl wli'igat evening silent lunir* We stiiftl on < Henu's shore, And feel ijie snul-siibihuiig-|iower < »f its mysterious roar, Then 'a a di-ejifvojce conies fmm its pearly caves. i it th.it laid oftfl'eaee which n» ocean laves. I! I And » hihr. ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

«*oUJical bitTerenccs. i . "~^ | nr Eisuor t,'ee. A bother lesslou which ought to be learned horn the painful dealing? of Divine Providence, to whicjh! allusion has been made, is that pt greater moderation and mutual forbcariice in out- political differences*. Why shouJdaiL election be a signal for the indulgence and, display ofsd much bitterness and rancour? Why, if citizens differ in their views of public ineasuresV or in their predilectipus for candidates for pffice, can they not difiej- ns meii, is: brethren, and as Christians! 1 hcuucreaseoTjhcataiid animosity durin«rq few years pastes ominous of evil to our free institutions, arid most alarming to the genume patriot. YJTbat is gained to either side by misrepresentationand falscboodsd.yirritation and contumely-, by ; invective and abuse? W lit should; the. briiiguur.fonvard of n man's nnim- as a candidate foromjec, sctJbose agajnst htm ;so ninnjr irfandeitous tongties, and make himja target for the darts of ctlluiunv and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

, Carrots v«nsiis Oats. ' A correspondent of the American Agriculturalist says: > '. ' '.. '• It has been stated in; the New York Farmer's Club, "that a, bushel oFVcafrots cut fine by a root cutlery is'fully Equivalent to |a bushel of oats for horse feed in winter.i If so,6f how much importance-is the cultivation of this'.crop to. the. fanner, ,^vjip works.horse teams, or keeps brood mares and raises colts ?., Of the comparative yaitie of these tfro crops, I cannot speak advisedly in mild weather, and the horse moderately worked ;j but in-cold weather and thejhorse hiird ytj>,rked, roots ofsany ynrf'ape^pBor feed. .'Under these circumstances, a fhorie must haye"-grain in pur-climatel'^I would leave it to the -. intelligent farmers to make experiments, taking into account the, cost of each. This much we can do. 1...] "I have raised upwards of 800 bUsn^Js bf carrots to the acre,'but never raised over 50 bushels of oats? tlie whole of the work of cultivation of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

: fciirnldt's E|fflcirtmcnt. ciujtnrc ofiGratsscs. Anion" thjc jgrasscs Jculfivntbil here are, probably,; soinc of the best varieties known; at Jeast it isf lifubtftil whether n better grass exists than t{iei Red Closer, botli for fowl and: manure.' It| arqwi lu^uriaiitly; comes forward early inithe-'-spring, mid. affords two crops inoiie seasojt. T" enrich aud-prcpare tlu< soil, the fUrmer u^ed desfre no better. While it affords abundtiiicc of nutrition for plants, it intfllpwsthe soil undoings; it into an exceljentl cjondttipujibr tlieif matiiration., Itjdced k sejjuV.td i^ rform a,good s.hare of ' tlTe ofllciis arh^ng'plants that the cookdoesin thb kitchen1, lit riiay; seem unnecessary to; sjieak trf out faring pf the utUity and superior excellence of thisjplaut, Still, -.whenat" isibornciia mind lww .few of^us understand tlie intrijnsicj ikortli[ of-rt, nM fltat still fewer; kiiow libw'ijo!'apply'ritito)hc:bfest advantage, it will iiotbei thought superfluous ^ to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

• ; ! • T*f"ft^£.'Aiiv««taiM. * heaT T^^^^gim^^^m^St ; Ye^Adv|r»5*ii4u^!wiui^|^^^ j, QuartosCii3itifm -^^i't^*fc^nMilir,*i:^,- .z£i£?'i if' it'* A Hair c^mx'^Mm'^w^-^^M -no Buan^-Canl^ -^t-fc^rVSiS-*^fs m rate,. V..¦-.,.-. ,.-¦ Tj^vi,:^,^^^,;; . _:. : j^avertfaemento ¦b bqld b«i marked wih tbejmin. ^^j^^*^J^^i*^.^'3fT^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

j Fnmi the Anplu-Amerirnn. Hr,\IC(^AM>TIIE MEXICANS. imtscdlcmn. BV^u'Aei'Y T'.e'Mrs »\ >.*q.- I i I h-r- Mmisi^rof the I'lilteil States at Mciieu.) i \ uurk Jiho tliis, coming from hands that i.i i\ !•;¦ \vell5sii|ipi)sed capable of the task, i Uworihy |i> be considered as one of an-. ¦ii"tii\, wnu|il at any time be received with . <ve|.-(>mi: ia t!ic Republic of Letters;'but :i" iln- [M>vtianr juncture when tlie amicable K'l.itions l»etween the United States and Miextoo arif unhappily suspended and the t»n eouulrnjis are placed in Ijos'.ilc army1 .'SMiiist eaclS other, there i> prubablv a more ! t!' mi iimioI cliriosity .to ktiow anything new, , to si t any aji.diticual glimpse into the char-.ifU-rs, uiHiiHcrs and social as well as polit-. i il affair.- (ff^lie ilexicans. Mr. Tlromp--i.i'- p'lsi'.ioji^r^^mcrican Minister at Mex-1 i' ii at a veri' inlcffcsting period gav;c hiniiinat ojiporluiiiiie. - to Ksu-n much, and his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

$l)C P^^^^J^^ ' Here audi'the Press, the rertpleVriglits maintain, UnaweAby influence, andiunbribetl by gain."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

Montrose, June 19, 1846 . fj^To distant subscribers our papers are generally sent by mail.f Arrangements may be hereafter .made J byfwhich some may be delivered dirough the |gency of Stage Drivers and, Post Boys, i To the People of Sn^nfhanna County: Your projniwd Ad|ocate at length "appears. -, We [hope its ihaterial form will be acceptable,, pud the leading objects which it purposes to promote receive general approbation. The .project ij»f publishing another weekly paper in this (Community, may, by some, at first impulse,; be thought unnecessary, and of doubtful expediency ; but, with the impartial, litth reflection will lead to a different conclusion. The conductors of political journals die worllsoWr are wont supine: ly lo rely upon partyWavor for supjKirt, and it sometimes happen*! that the leading spirits of party, by adroit |nnnagement,~drng tlie press from its legitiirfcitc stand in the Temiple of Truth, and us^ it as " second fiddle1' to a corrupt clique.. |A suspic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

- - | rTH%^A». ._ , isTlie existence of 3rar between powerful mttioni, each contending for the masferrfis deeply to b^ deporeti byjevejry phUaptliro^! pist. True) the " pomp and circumstonce" of marshahld hosts moving with measured tread at the | k< spirit-stirring music of fife and drum" are animating, and not-unfrequendy impel the oitizcn-soldicr, (with liberal reliance upon jlis chances for escape,) " as the horse ruslmjh infp the battle," inconsiderately to enter the field of mortal combat. But when, afteij a murderous conflict, the spectacle of numerous dead is presented, the . <rroans of d,ie wounded and dying arc heard, and die laihentations of widows and orphans anticipated^ the scene is changed, and tlie " horrors of war" become tlie theme of more rational contemplation. Lasting injuries to commercial and inland business,' and the demoralizing influences of the camp, arc evils of no| small magnitude. But as there is a right and a wrong in nil eases of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

.-.-"->;. -.'-.:-: -.. !From the I'ublic Lcsljfcr. Washinato^, Jiifte 9,1840—G, P. M. , Southern Stail jnst Arrived. FIVE DAYS liATER PROM MEXICO. Mexican JforiTiern Army. Reinforced—J/ra. ico determined to push on the War 1),. mandqnjhc Churches—Mpnement of l'a. -.^PCttC?.™...^'-.^^;.^-.^-.-.--.^--^. ,--,. .J;^... .^ Office of tiie/N. O. Picavune, \ TucHdityV June 2, 1^4G. ( By the arrival of the bartjue Loui^buia Captainyyillis,r \rC have advices fhim Ven'i Cruz to 25tH hit., five days loiter than those broughtrby the Thaetus.' "JTlte Loiiismna sailed in company with the Helen McLcul, leaving no American vessels'; in port, lifer Pr-ter-ilinrir fi\r"lVeAV Ynrh s.i*l#.,l M.... .111.1 V ¦ » ..-.-.....Q -". p . - .-..,., I UAlZ, ^Ilill, as before reported. The blockade of Vera Cruz cojunicnciil on the 20ih, and fifteen days; were Alliroed all neutral vessels in port to load and depart, by order of the| Mexican government. Th0 American Consul's office bjas to be close...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

' W^^f^ •^«*c«V^W*i^a«#fi(^~-.--;- A'Ueply-'frffm the undersigned, Women «/ f Philadelphia, (U. S.)tothe VrienHlu Ad fdreuoflfiSSS Women of Exeter, in Eng-• ?whtnd. -¦-¦-¦- - ,.- <: > Friends and Sisters:—We have received' ^tnir wbrd'of peace, and we thank yon. . Like "yourselvesj vre do not pretend to judge of the merits of the question now at i»suc between bur respective goverhments. But we klloiv, our hearts tell us, Unit howcSrerm'cn may deem it honorable to make ifaf, nothing so becomes women as to make •fence. We acknowledge with you1 the sacked obligation^that rests upon. u*l in the tender relations which we sustjiih njs daughters, sisters, wiVcs and mothers, to study the dtitigs yvb' icli make for'-pence.- It is| a plain fluty, and the most acceptable offering we" iSiti render as Christian vvrjinen to the au--tjior of oiir Common faitii, to diffuse'in our hoiiseholds, and f;ir and wide in the world, tjie haveuly fragrance of tluit unity, more precioustl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

mm In ths ll.,r...r.'li. <m Tnej-1 fr il,.- |i,i|, ;lW. Mrs Mem \ -\ I.vn»«. ciiii-cnrt i.f Itj-ni. It. I.vnus, :i;'e,l V, \-vnr*. J ! She wiis ndliel-,! (lor wveril :!l..„ll.s ,,ith i»n <•*- Ireme'y |-aiufnl .li,i-4s • .b.rin-'uvliirli lilne. slie iimn - fe»te,l tin- ruiufiiriinj.' unci .••eishfi.i-j iul|.|..nr.M nf'(-.-spirit ofli-r llr.nenjv M.i.-Ti-e. iin v> li.-.jn «ln-Im.l 1 .„.. pill lier'r..nlil.-.;ee j:u.l 'IpiM'. },-, M„-i„« |1„. 1,1,Ui. f llnil I.K-.«.^I -tivini:. }• tlrnisb l! v\:ilk t!hrrm»li ll|,- v:ill"V »flli"sluiil.m-<if ib-ulli. I |%i|l !,i:ir „,, cv]| (-,„¦ lh"ll ;.rt willi in/.." ! 1 • s Slii- lins Irfr u Vrl-nte.1 lni.lj..iml. :ui,l .1 lu-e riirle of li-i.-n.ls 1.1 lii...Jni lu-r il.-ii.-ir in-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

"; M^miTS, luit;—foe o^e'day onlvii Tber* is mo subject Uiat civu l« namcirin' 'AJlcw words, Ibat oiubmccs such on extent-and variety of mtenatjiig and useful information, ns the untjural history Of the savage creatures ciflhc fi)rc»laiiiltp*e^.ser t. It include*, wiUiin the miipo of iu vdriotn oliji.'ets,' nuieli that can iuyitu tlie mtcotion.aud.Mj.w,-ird Ihe iuijuirics of the ualiiral philosopher, tho studc-ntL or tlw casual Uiiylareri ' Il tartiisliea sulijc'ctstoriiit v<\stigatioii, wbidliiiave engagctl the interestIffiPihi> most gifted inind.v cloriug a period oi liwiriMlnco f.imilioussint years. .. It leasts the mimliliiicklo-tiiB li,Mit when die wiirhl wa»iuiitsiulaneyriuidcisJaiS^citvii" to tliij diseovtries .if llicV pn'SfVnt day.- Th 'tMlj inoffensive eiUibilioji. Ihe Whole animal king.Win.Jij nit Uie liihlliplirttyiiuil varTuiy'riffhi objects,5 iifeeS!i!iiR wiulcieotlntisrcat;» bi-uB^IilHt*;!thb;'iJdtSilF)*iew-. ol die spectator ill perfection.anil b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

HATS;& €Af^ • - ' . I ¦ 1- , - .-= !;.is:t:;!*%¦! CW. TDTTI^E liaS liii b.ind;n-targctn!«*itiiicot • of fr"«r. Milk, Wool, ' b^hora^iuiilii'ilbiilrat' '."j Hats, that will lid cudd.lower th.in caa;ib«:,<boiiglit-ft:.S'- elsecvhero iu town, for the ready Juiv. No ifustake ihiMtimc. ..'"?• ..- ;";..-" -j^ ;|-,"> 1 June'11, 1S-1G. ; .,• - u4- ("IASH paid for Wool untilihr 15th of'.luTtiiuxt, ^ by- ¦' ) ¦.^- ¦¦ C.'VI.-.tV^VLB. 11AI'S of all deserijrrtion.1. cheapgr tltm iho'cheai>- ' sS-^c*1' at ¦ ' , ".; _C/W.Ti|-rTLl3. Q RE AT B A RQ AINSV^ ^~" ' JSJ3 ©iiC^rS^JiS'g'ffi©?? fai? - i ^ . %^^%'%:£H"'"''J"" -' ' "C^i_»li Casli, IluUerJ Beeswax, l"ea'Uter»i '•&*!>'¦ &c, A. "or approved credit, ill BtmiuohauiiaCptility, can be bad of . ,^ .- ,. J..; .Hii ¥¦.© CPisfcn^'" vvhti 13 ; ilivays on ha^jd;-: and reaoyto;' waft Oil ilioic; yrhn rimy. l4varv to faVuir lino with a Cllll. .. , . "-JJ Ii.!n!so-'carriesoSi the-TOoicTlilftirs'i'iinsin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

IIcad-(|aurtcrN of the Army. GENERAL ORDERS, No. 15. Apj|tTANT-GENEnAL'».OFFIl1E, 1 . " Wasliington, May 39, *46j ) ', 1. Iiistruc^ous have already been given to Urigtulicr CrAieral Wool, and through hiin to several oflKers placed at his disposition, for the earlypnspection "and muster into th6 service of th| United States; of the quotas of twelvc-immtll volunteers, who - have i been called for ibyjthe Frcsidciit of the United Slate*, from^Dhio, Indiana, .Kentucky, Illinois, Tcnnc&ec and Mississippi, and who limy present themselves fur acceptance under that callj at the rendezvous «f those States resbciltively. •J, tiistifucjfoms have also been given to oilier ofnclerslof tlib nrmy tir^nspect unijl muster the quotas called for in like manner, from (teofgu|, Alabatha and Arkansas. . *{. As sooijl as inspected antl mustered,- as itbove, the siH'cral regiments and halations of voluiil'rbr ^orse and foot will, without delav,-be put eh route, as follows: 4. The i regiments ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

- C»i»taiu may. iA Baltimore correspondent, in describing some incidents connected with Uie officers of Gen. Taylor's army, and the great battle on the Uio Grrandc, thus speaks of the personal appearance and intrepid character of Captain May, the bold dragoon: " You have sceiijjie personal description of Captain May^given in a New Orleans paper. It Scarcely comes up to th,? man. He is over six fcrt high, wears bis hair long, nt that it nearly reaebi rhi.s hi|»s ; his beard falls below his sword belt, and his moustache is unshorn, lie is a splendid nd.-r. It was. litis that first attracted ihe alti'iuioti of G::ner;il Jnek.-on, who, siting him .galloping along the streets' in Washington, standing ill his stimips, and preseniiiijr the personilicdition of a kuigbt of ihe anient ilay.« ol' chivalry, sent for li'.iti, and gave Irimaco.u- mission of corn.t. He was in the 'Florida wsir^and many are t!:e deeds of daring d»ne tl|ere told of hint. II» rose nipidly to tlis tinction, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

MiMiir "": • i- ; i 1—-^ [ lu Jliliiesu/tvu, Cljaill:iii.pi,.|;„.,ji. V..„in|tt,a'i,,l, j nil., I.y-Uev. A. IL4.lv. Ml-, (j;. (J. il..LU<ri.|!, ,.f Miiulno..-, u. i\IiM fjimtiA M., Ialmkii, uf Uiu f.irnior.plnce. 1 • j 1 In Itusli, ..n Hie ii^rt-niiif. i,r |Ui'. IOiIk iimi., |,v |*. ! Itin-Jiiml F,*,.. Mr.(3(i.Bi!r-.VViiitM kr. to Mm B. I7.( j Jau- Hi.Ri.nnnT. bnSii of DinvJ, Itnnbonl Co. p„. I 111 tl.i.< ft .i-„n';li, ,,\, We.bl.-,I.-,y lll.,rieil»- \\,o |7ll, I inst.. by the Ri-v. A.JT.. Cist,' Dort. t;. 7.. I),),,,.,, j t" Mils r",iir»r.i-Tii V. I',,-.,, ;,|| „r,|,is ri'.rou^li.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

-VoutvlisfmcirtCi. ,^oS^i%. \ ^&cj$:'5• ¦ -'''^SS^A- ' rr ! —H J 11 K lu-htv n-'-pA S. //Mwj'i^rv ij.^npniiv, VhiJ;itlrlpi.'«, I*..mi a"tl^M ty.nl iu- u|i«l«-r>illicit l«t vl\'<t I !i«- ¦ jttntu* «-<-uii jtit*ltlGtp« A!**K I^uhIIacj utul Mther [ji"J' »*ilv. iij.**''!!*! i'a »ii«:r hi* ltif^s Us li.t\ Tlr* hn n.-Ti^r n}-"'in- ** ".e \l Hi.-.iiiv -ui-1 tit it iulln.^'!ictMo fair jarnl li.iit.ii rVI»l'' inrtni--i|»!'*i« .!» tin U*iiiti«m'l:oii »>f all llifii* lnwihfi--, »-ii!itlv tlit,*m; l«» lln* Ciiuliti'MlCf (it llif :|ltl(j]ic tl-t jl **ifr Itir.iilJi («f JllSUiiinr.-. . ! j I-"' I.ISK. \ttc-til. Mimtr.i--. June? I*",. \V.\*) \ 'THE ARQADiE IN FULL PLAST! RF C'JI ihi.H wijck Ir.im llt*?"r*ttT^| (n-vW mul \\\Wx-(»*tiH-£ rtiijipijv til < in•€*<-ri«->. ^^Ui^•l^ m.t l»' pnrrliiLHctl :\\ iitm.sn;iL^y flit-jui r:ttt*i«—cvn>i-tiii^ nl Ou-* M.fcy. 1.1- M-i v-, i'm'iUNj 1 s, r'lVr-li :Ii'iif«iii!». i\f. £.'. ¦ .1. HTflRTflp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 June 1846

' ' ' -Jj :F^tWjUglotA«Wican m%mkmKBim nonoa. Whitfield nied &m^mx$b did «ottee why ihe Devil »b«mldb«ve aUthcl pretty taaif^iBo he marrW niairj of the ptxrt^Jb^ w^re ia pro&ne use, to acred words; aid ioSof Ow Iiy^iinetof this day, ware ooce rad*, M^.l«^p6f.^g^. so, I do not aee wtyniachof the list' inuriS ibdaU.be con-, •«**M)dtoBbcel^m qj^ A cold water smb, taking hif life Un*agh, >im a much better chance, Bid a orach bet^ r^ht, to be merry than thebUobleraofeatber.wi^w.iriuskey,.. Cer tainly, that "harp of f^iiiand alrjp^'^hiibodily andmental $ame, -willKeep in tijn| much loeger than that of a toper. It Singh tuneitken, to win oyer the Mua*ea from l^eir jfU office, lofj hand^naidi to Bacchus, and enlist them in a parw|RStvice. - That they can and rill sing quite canopy on cold water, is proved by many experiment*; ink among ertheri, by the fallowing parody, mainly token from a temperance song book. j I . A. Lovir or Music. Air—"Sparing and brigkt."...

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