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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 January 1857

. - - - III W ' ' . ff III 1 II I I" . A. - - BY S. B. ROW. '-r-'- CJiEAIlFIELD, PA.. AVKDAESBAY, JANUARY 7, 1857. YOL. 3 NO. 21. L f H to For the "Itnftsnian's Journal." TRUE LOVE. There are those who sny that Cupid is blind ; B it true lovo has eyes both before and behind, And aha quickly diseerneth the wont of a heart, And bitterly learncth the eting of that dart. True lore cannot bide where is coldness and scorn; True love wont have pity, but ever will mourn, ' . Where it can't have a heart for its own in return. WOMAN-LIKE. Laughing, the youthful Isabel Had challenged mo to kins her! -Well, liy strntngcrn I soon obtained What foree would labor Inr'in vain. 1 boasted 'llon't be proud." laid she ! "'Tig nuthing woiibcrful ; for seo "Your valor's not so very killing ; You kiised iuo, true but I was willing !'' SIGHT JIUXTINO IN ELK COUNT BT JOHH OF TO UK. The sun was within an hour's travel of the western horizon, when Tom W , Hank S , Dill F , anil Brooks, started from Ridgway fo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 January 1857

V u Raftsman's $ffiirnnl. S. B. ROW, Epirca asd I'boprietoc. CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 7, 185". Personal. One year lias elapsed since the present proprietor took possession of tbe Jour milt under, TKtrhaps, not the most promising proipects. Those; from whom we purchased, had found it a rather unprofitable corcern ; Lnt hy judicious management and a strict atten tioa to business, we have been enabled, if we may be permitted to use a common expres sion, to "make both ends meet." During the year we have had the paper, we have increased its circulation, having added over a hundred subscribers to our list. These have, with very few exceptions, paid in advance, and a large cumber of the old subscribers have also puid ns with commendable punctuality. To a!i such we tenier our heartfelt thanks, and hope that all may follow their worthy example. All the accounts of the offics since the establish ment of the p.i-?r? belong to us. The ap proaching Court week will afford an opportu nity for squarin...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 January 1857

" THE -JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JANUARY 7, 1S57. - TTe direct attention to the advertisement of Sir. A. II. Baunian, of Tyrone, headed ''mo ney, money." lie oflers the highest prico in cash or stoTes for hides and skins. Severe Tail. On New Tear's day, as Mwj. John Iliscy, on his way home, was crossing the river above town, on the ice, his feet slipp ed and he fell. Ilia head striking the ice, he was knocked insensible for some minutes, be sides luring a gash cut into the back part of liis head. Persons should be careful when walking on slippery places. OtR Carrier requests us to tender his 1 hanks to his np-street lady friends, who kind ly remembered him on Christmas day, artd wishes that the most propitious smiles of Pro vidence may rest upon them. lie assures us that ho did ample justice to tiie delicious cake, a fact that we had ocular evidence of ourselves. lie also returns his thanks" to those who re sponded to his call on New Year's Day. A ubrottpks. Mr. II. A. Purviance, of...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 January 1857

u u 1 3 1 1 E- V! S! -:c addeess op the carries THE RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Oh I come, dearest Patrons, and listen to the Jay, The printer boy warbles upon this New-rear's day ; And while your hearts are roerry at the notes I do peal, Jfsy your bands reach your pockets and there begin to Jul, If there' not a stray qnarter lying in the way. That would jnst meet the views ot the Carrier Boy to-dsy. Throngh the year thai is past I hav brought you the new, A reward for such kindness, no man will refuse. Tjme is a register appointed of the Lord, Which baring done his bidding here, returns to record : So the year Fifty-Six has been here and is gone, And young Fifty-Ssren is just coming on. The scenes of the rast I most certainly will tell ; A pep at the future I may give you as well. The past has been various as you do well know. Amid sunshine of gladness and dark clouds of woe. ITow many who, like we, with br:ght prospects ahead, Commenced the last year, that are now with the dead : And thei...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 January 1857

. VOL. 3.-XO. 22. S. 1. R(TW. CLEAREEELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, JMI7ARlr 14, 1857. : bi .For the "Raftsman's Journal." .. ..- . - ' ,-MARY. - - . BT JOnX nAMILTOS. ' Mary's sweet, and Mary's fair ; "Iter's is golden, auburn hair; Neat ber person, full of grace ; . ; Mild the aspect of her face. ' Soft her words, and kind her heart ; " Pure her love, and froe irom art; Fit her prudence to control, While her sweetness wins the soul. t . .. - . . , If me she loved as she has spurned, IIow ardently 'twonld he returned ; : : How quickly could a word impart , The pura devotion o my heart, "Which, waiting at her feet to lie, ' " Longs there to lire and there to die ; , While fondest love could not excel Sly love to her, I'd love so well. And hare I loved ; 'twas Mary loved, As Mary"s actions oft have proved : "' Oft have I seen her dancing eye Play light and quick when I was by ; As oft I've felt all fluttering stiil My heart leap out at Mary "s will ; . Her sweetness I've bean still to admire, ....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 January 1857

i- u U i 1 P . r XTmptly corrected. But until the necessity i merit, and to give greater efficiency to our mil for ch-irfge is established, tho system, in it ! rtary eytcfti. Volunteer cotr.panics abould r.ni.yasd integrity, should I minUir-d; and I be ertcocraged ; our entire military system if entered, charged only to render more ccr- would bo retuodled, and made to occupy tfcat tain the acwmplisbsient of it. aotte rn-- b Affable portion which from it importance ri C'ic!l i:d neccitjr It devrr- "A itTaeteDt rnmbtr of eoa.ptt aod ell Xr tbe clo of ft Ut i Ms.on of the Le t'l'eed teacher ia tn yrt want of tb y- -riaUtcre.-I transmitted to that body aa ordi tt la afroctoie and orgaoi-tation it i aa nance passed by the select and common coun perfect if'wt mora ao, tbo any of the ara- c:li of tho city of Philadelphia, approved by lex of ur iit- States. But tb teacher ia the Mayor on the 7th of April, ls-j. and .'.ti waotl to give t proper vitality aod efficiency cihliy communicated to ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 January 1857

tub w? THE JOURNAL. , CLEA2FIELD, PA., JANUARY 11, 1S57. St, AsnitEw'sCucBcn. Next Sunday, 18th Inst., Fublic Worship will be held at the usual hours 11 o'clock in the morning, and CJ o' clock '.n the evening. ,-.-. - Temperance Meeting. The Washingtoni an will hld a meeting at the Court House in Clearfield, on Monday evening, 19lh inst., at early candle light. All are invited to attend. " janll G. 1'uu.ipp Gcucu, Prest. Clearfield Cocxty Bible Societt. The annual meeting of this society will he held at the Court House in Cl;arSeM, on Wednesday -evening, 21st Inst, (Conrt week.) Several ad dresses may be expected. The public ore in vited to attend. II. Loraix, Prest. Reltciccs NoTice. Kcv. Dr. (Jibson is ex pected to preach iu the Presbyterian church in Clearfield borough on next Sabbath, the 18:!i Jan., at 11 o'clock a.m., and also in the eve ning; and Rev. John Elliott at the s.une place "on Monday and Wednesday evenix:gs follow ing, and in the Presbyterian church in Cur tiensvill...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 January 1857

uu n yj H f8 ill 1! TER3IS. Ti . Jorrjpcxi is pucitsed every Wednesday at Ohb Doiui t Firrr Crsrs per annum in advance, or Two Dollars within the year. - Advertisement- inserted atfiftyoeiit per sqaara, r twaly line, for the first, a.ni twenty-five eenU far each additional insertion. AliberaJ deduction made to those who advertise by the year. ; The 'Terms' wiil bo strictly adhered to. "So paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, naless at the option ol the publisher. WWS THE TBIE FOfi BAKGAlXs.! NEW GOODS AND NEW PRICES !! - "(jHtrJc tola attd sat til profits.'.'."7 HAVING just returned from the East, I would inform my old customers and the public in general, that I am now receiving and opening at my -old stand'' a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which I will fell a little lower than any goods heretofore sold in ClearGeld, a nong which will be found MANTILLAS, a large assortment atexceedingly low pries. SILKS, af from 70 cents to 1.25 cents per yard. O I' H...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 January 1857

s ! ' j r;T YOL. 3.-AT0. 23. : M S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., .WEDNESDAY, JAMJAEY 21, 1857. v ; f BT REQUEST. . . T2T2 INDIAN MAID'S COMPOSITION. ' Through the dark woods and forest wild, My father roved, rude Nature's child, . With tomahawk and bended bow, To lay the bear and red deer low ; Whilst my mother in the wigwam stayed, The various wampums there to grade ; . To pound the samp, or dress the skiu, And sew my lather" moccasin ; .- ' Whilst my brother, in his bark canoe, O'er the great waves, the waves he drew, " To hunt the wild duck in the creek, . Or spear bright fish in yonder lake; 'Whilst I, a little Indian Maid, . With my little hoops and acorns played, Or sat by my mother's side all day, 1 To pound the splints for painted baskets gay. ' I could not read, I could not sew, , My Savior's name I did not know, And my parents oft I disobeyed, . And to the Lord I never prayed. ' The white Missionaries to the forest came, And taught the red man Jesus' name ; The church they bui...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 January 1857

u u i a S. B. KOW, Editor aso Propbietor. r CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 21, 1?57. ELECTION 0? TJ. S. SE2s AT32. Immediately after the appearance of our last paper, in winch we stated tLat a strong effort was being made against John V. Forney, the caucus rn'inincc of the Di-niocr-itic liitrinbcrs of the Legislature, for U. S. Senator, we re ceived the gratifying intelligence- thai lie had been defeated, anil Gen. Simon Cameron, the" Americ.m Republican candidate, elected on Ihe first bal.t. Gen. Cameron received the votes of all the American!" and Republicans of both Houses, together with three Democrat?, namely Lebo sn 1 Wagonselh-r, of Sehin Ikill, and Manear, of YWa county. S--ven Demo crats voted for Henry D. Foster, and one for William Wiikins. The votes will be foacd in another column of our paper. The result of this contest cannot fail to gra tify every opponent of Locofocoisro in Penn sylvania. Forney was the pet and favorite candidate of Buchanan, and the latter, it is said, threw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 January 1857

s .THE JOURNAL. LEARFJELD, PA., JANUARY 21, 1837. Tub Baptist Cucbcii of Clearfield will hold . their nextcotntuntiiun" on the first S-ibbitli in February, in the Lutheran meeting-house. The meetings will commence on Thursday . evening preceding the first Sabbath. - Uelioiocs StHvicks. 'lb Rev. John A. . Qevr, Agent of the Sunday School Union of the M. L. Church, will preacli in the Methodist Church in CL-arfleld, on Sunday the 2oth Jan., at 11 o'clock A. SI., and in the evening of the some day at Cur wens vi He. Bi rned. -On Monday morning, a child of Mr. 2. K. SIc.Uullin, of Laurence township, fell from a chair, on which it was sitting, a giinst a hot stove, burning its face and bands kurvrely, the skin coming off its hands. AcciDEST.--On Tuesday of last week, as Mr. Aaron llarttuan, of Lawrence township, on his -way from Tyrone to this place, was descend ing a hill a couple miles this side of riiil:ps burg, his sled struck something which caused It to fly around and throw otT Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 January 1857

u u the ttAraK-jura (4 m 'V. ,T . HUMOROUS. TBS TXAQEDY Or -OTHEIXO," IS LITTLE. Wo do not aee now the story of "The Moor of Venice" eonld be told in fewer or more aoggertire words than ft Is here, by an Irish acquaintance of our. Exchange. . Othello was a captain bould, Though black as coal by nature, To Desdemona he was bound, A beautiful yonng craythnre. -"With her he ld a happy life For she was no virago " ':. Until one day he chanc'd to meet . A villain, named lago. . - Says he, your wife's a perjured jade, She is a faifhless lassie, oh ! Sbo doesn't care a straw for you ; She'd give your eyes for Casaio. . With him she gallivants about, - In all her hours of laysurc ; - She stole your pocket handkerchief ; For him to wipe his r.izior. 3jr handkerchief ! my handkerchief 1 ' - Othello then did stammer ; My cotton pocket handkerchief ! "Oh, d- her, lewd minx, d- her !"f Neither with dagger, nor with dirk For that would make a foul stir But first I'll put the candle ont, And shlay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 January 1857

if VOL. 3.-NO. 24. BY S.-BV BOAT. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 18-57. ' - " A ' A- cV - For tho "Raftsman's Jonrnal." THE BELOVED DEAD. O, that I could, a littlo while, Behold her face once more ; That I could now perceive her smile As she hag smiled of yore. And she was dear when first we met, And dearer now than then : A heart, like mine, cannot forget, . Nor love, like mine, can wane. I cannot make my heart be still, I can't control its throes ; 'Twill always be foreboding ill, And brooding o'er its woes. O. sainted one above the sky, I'll meet thee here no more, ' My heart, and all my love are thine, As they werethiuc before. Thy voice of love, thy smile so gweot, The glances of thine eye, ft caused my anxious heart to beat,. Cut now, to sink and die. 0, that I could, a little while, Heboid thy face once more : That I could look upon thee now, As I have done before. Hut not to me thou coracst again, , Yet I will go to thee. And in thy Saviour's lovo we'll reign Throu...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 January 1857

TBS HAFTSmftf Raftsman's Jfeint;i(. v e fc-".; .-."vi! "v-.ia- " B. HOW, Emtok ash Propwetor. CLEARFIELD, Y., JAN. 28, 1857. The Pi.aotCAcr ix Trouble. The course of the Democratic members of the Legislature who absented themselves from the caucus that nominated Forney, and who voted for General Fester, has had the t-llect of bringing down on their devoted heads the vengeance of the Un terriSed press through the eastern and interi or portions of the State, from the puissant Peuny Iranian down to the most diminutive of the sniad-fry class of papers. The denuncia tions of these are, however, not relished in the western section of the. State, where Mr. Foster has many warm admirers, who have taken up the cmljels and are rapping their eastern breth ren "over the knuckles severely. Besides this, the members" referred to, have also come out in a card, in which they say '-if tlie De mocracy of the East will permit such men as passed the resolution contained in the 'Pcnn sylvaniau' of the l...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 January 1857

mm THE JOUKNAI, CLEARFIELD, PA., JANUARY 23, 1857. . ' Thr Baptist Church of Clearfield will hold their next "commnnion" on the first Sabbath in February, in the Lutheran meeting-house. Tho meetings will commence on Thursday evening preceding the first Sabbath. Thi'ete9 Abott. On the night of the 20th inst., some rogua 6tole tho meat of two hogs from John Blair, Esq., of Boggs township, du ring the absence of himself and wile. House Bcrxed. On Wednesday last, we learn, the liouso of Roswell Luther, Esq., of Brady township, with all its contents, was de stroyed by fire. Mr. L. had been in this place on that day, and on his return home lound his house burned down. -Wo did not hear how the .fire originated. Scddkn Change. Monday morning last was the coldest we had this winter the thermom eter indicating 21 to 20 degrees below zero. During the day it moderated, and in the eve ning it commenced raining, which continued during the night and next dav. The snow incited away considerably yes...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 January 1857

U u TERMS. The JOCRSAL is published every Wednesday at 0-ib B-oxlah axb FirTT Cents per annum in advance, or Two Jjollars within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty cents per square, r twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-live cents for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction nade to those who advertise by the year. The 'Terms' wiJl be strictly adhered to. Ko paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option oi the publisher. Cast your Bread upon the Waters, for ajtcr many days yn shrill find it. A Certain Cure for all Eb.enms.tia Pains. rOS'T CO.NDF.V BUT TUT IT. IT CAXSOT FAIL. E. C. ALI.E.VS COXCEXTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, AD AK AtilAX PAIX EXTRACTOR. FOB MAX A IIOKSE. Copyright secured according to Iittr. PJIATj.. J Ml 50 CEXT.-, LABGE JAB, CI. rf HIE Electric Taste acts upon tho Muscles,'! en JL dens, and upon the whole nervous system, re moving torpidity and producing a bealtby action t the blood. There being no volatile- matter in its compo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 February 1857

&nt .: : - mi . M WW 1V4 UU M itti W M N ,' v 1 11 II X VOL. 2.-M. 2-5. BY S. B. ROY. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J, 18-57. A FANTASY. Tin told somewhere ia Eastern story, That those who lovo ones bloomed at flowers Do tho tame stem, ami J the glory Of Eden's green and fragrant bowers ; And tht. though parted here by Fate. Vet when the glow of life was ended. Each soul again shall Cud its mate, - And in one bloom again be blended. If th'a be true, how sweet tho vision Which Fancy sometimes weaves to me, That thou, amid those bowers elysian, My lovely flower-mate will be ! And oh ! how oft. when time and distance. Perchance, may part thee from my side, Will I repine for that existence Where Fate can ne'er our lives divide. AARON BURR. From the forthcoming "Fifty Years of Events : Po litical, Poetical & Historical." Py John Barney. In 1808, I witnessed the dignity, impartiali ty and whining grace with which Aaron Burr presided in tho Senate of the United States, at th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 February 1857

u u li 11 i 5. 7 i r : Raftsman's Imtrnal. 5. D. r.O'.V. E:'.t-.- asn P-p,;:-t 2. i CLEARFIELD. PA . FEB. I, 1-37. DrciiSt The IkrrkV.Tg Ti.tzr j of the : T'a Jj?.. s s : VTe are ac-hjr:zf J by G.v. : P::k t -v iy tL it he v : '.': ret te a car.-I: ! ite ; f r re-ek-ctica to tie i-sc? he r.o a' lis. .' Thts d-icrm;'; a'! a w ts f-me-I I -f g :c-?, ar. J til Uen ::rn ex; re' I fy hi-n rui' cly ri : . I rl t- Li J.-:.-r Is. I.'c is t.t a-i , -oi is I en IT I s:.-." V.e are ii"y s-rry to Lssr ft this dervrt-ir-atie-.n r-i the i a.-y: f G v. Po'.ic'i. : r te L?:eve i"h ' .'.li th-: cai".- djtecf the C;;::k,?c fat Lcccs'-e--ira next IV!. : s:r-iiir de- ; Tex Cv5;iEM;:'t rrr c:!i le ; :crt'.:r' IxTisT-iaTiTS Cskv't. i I Vr the r'-.-irr:.Tal ct w::ts's J.-ir fr I frc-n Wsshirrtea. : f.-ni ir.-.x:?. - a r.; ir, as ei.-iy a d 7 :s fcal srtici, it? !. S u? jrt-;-esi ! s? i-.-a ; nda ir: t!:e 1 1 .:.....-..,?.:.....,.. v- 1 the c -'Tr'7' r. i.-.t of the X. Tcrk Tises. rite in -s testis-.oT. i-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 February 1857

THE JOURNAL. . CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 4, 13i7, S. Ajtdrew's. CnDBca. Poblic worship " next Lord's day ..SUi Inst., at II o'clock A. M. and at 61 o'clock P. M- Subjects Charucttr tf Paul iht jlposllei and Jcb and his Times. - To IIocsEKfcEPERs. We omitted last week "to call attention to the advertisement of A. II. Bauman, Leaded Flour, flour." To LrMEERMEN. We direct attention to tlie advertisement of C. A. ScbafTner, of Mariet ta, In to-ddy's Journal. Tho object of Mr. S. is to take charge of the timber of such a3 have not disposed of it before the season is drawing -. to a close and who are desirous of returning home. Mr. S. has been many years in the timber-inspection and lumber business, and doubtless understands it well. Read his d Tertiseraenf. 'General Jail Delivery. On the night of the 27th ult., all the prisoners, three in num ber, confined in our county jiil, left without asking leave of absence from the Sheriir. They furced an iron bar oir the petition, with which, afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 February 1857

u u f , ' : - " ""r, r- ' TBI HAFTSMAH?S -JQilBHAL, Itt TJOSXE. BROTHERS r JOES. PROTESSIOSAL. ... V t It?. 3L.? 'ret S -rer- Pi Tr JrTJll r? fViit-i rT7 Ta'siay mt mlrt i:M fr ta .--. - est tsr aae- As rxssxl j.ort- A live-' 4scu t t4 wi iTrtM 7 - 7"- JOE. A 1LAB.TIXL&1.5 AGI ! nOlLOWAT'S OI5T.ME5T. THE G3 A MS XT?L SEMEOr. Ar. I- IriE-lT. PHILADELPHIA: i'-A hr S;.:.re. C:r--! J. t. jlS3si"h - v ; , -. - ; . t j. . i . - - -afvvrt 11 L II r I iA ! lirvi ee ti j C-rtair:. wca reV!"! c ti ; tt : ii m as j '- 'r r sar I pirt Lis- I rM -Ttrw" r;i erz 7 a-itere i H Cart J-aaf v;: i f . T7"sf. ;.- c 'X-r- ' &.t Ills' itilris ftr rti; 7 CerttlZ Cir r r ill Pt Z. C. ALLE'5 CCZ'CEZTTZATED electric fazte, ; .-- J; .-. : :u zz.t it-fir I 1 ill -r-ci. Woe? iarre c I vre.i e!rk I rt-rtls t-f 3Itt:-;i.e. r. J. i i-i ii t.- ?---ii if . i vy i .ri-.-.l. ir.T i-. .svi t Liz is U I i - t H i If- if WHAT "-TILL 17 CI.I-Z. : i.f t"f:s"f- tVir- t-iSiJ- Cf J '!! .1 IT W fl.L ' t.'ii: ; ri rTT -M...

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