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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE .SENTINEL TIIURSDAYSEPTEMBER 2 187 o, I) .INTEJtNAL, INFORI-IATION. CONCERNING THE LAND WE LIVE ON. TUE EARTH'S BOWJM-VTE LIVE OS THE CRUST TEMPERATURE OP WELLS EXPERIMENTS UV riiOF. OX IN INDIANA. To the Editor of the Sentinel : Sir: At the Detroit meetingof theAmerican Association for the Advancement of .Science I bad tha honor to read a paper on the temperature of two deep wells that were bored in thiä state, one at Wabash, 2,270 feet Jeep, the other at Ft. Wayne, 2.6:15 feet deep at tbe time of making the experiment. The subject of this paper being deemed or general as well as scientific interest I trust you will give it a place in your paper, together with eorce additional observations nude on tb.9 Rose, artesian well, situated on the bank of the Wabash river in the city of Terre Haute. It may be well, however, to preiacs the subject by static? that it is now generally admitted that the earth was once in a state oi liquid incandescence, and that it has gradual...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEPTELBEK 2 1875 A CCWJUETTF. XX BERTHA S. POOL. I For the otntlaeM i. said Ue would keep tcr heart as puf 3 j her lips, whose kUscs were mine; She said she would hol J here love s j Bare For my life to wreathe and twine; That the world should study the chastity Ofaheaitthat, fcept a vow! The Idle world! "wnereliearta are free Aud riomUeiflckla now." ii. .She made the burden of life pure sold, And IU dreams as true as its pain; And the creeds of faithlessness grew old, Kor my soul waa born again. Sot an empty void, not a starless space Thick sown with revengeful lust, Jint a brave true heaven in a womaas fact-, And a future üod to trust. nr. She made that part of my pa t, that rosa When I sat by my Are alone, Seem foul and bitter; I think Ooi knows How I hoped 1 might atone. For I daro not cherish so white a thing As nr love, without a prayer That the late amends of my offering Might make my life more fair. IT. For a youthful Mn seemed as uid as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; THUlAYlBKJl 2 1875 nanza." which a artistic In every reepecf, ia in Frenct chip, pearl-colored. The brim is edged with a fold of velvet one shade darker than the chip. Upon this fold of velvet ia laid a delicate vine of fine cut steel, lltavv ld cf tbe velvet eurround the crown. At one side are placed a number of stand;r loop-, and a cluster of scarlet buda. The tur.icd up bacK ia died in with pearlolcrrd ostrich tips. Perhaps the next fasbionaL:o hat after the "Bonanza" is the "Knglia'a Walking U at." It ia principally in drab n J plum-colored felt, chips, ard silk, and is almost without exception ornamented with a loaz plume which 13 carried gracefully from the lront to the back, thereby iietrac'inr" ronsMerabl v from the narrow apprani a of the bat, which 13 rather objecnonaoie to nme p?opie. a hiuhhuhiuiins hat ia the "West End." The material is sot; felt lined with velvet. Thia i3 what is tailed a plain bt. It is caught up back and front. A. long plu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1875 8 C -A. K Ü Trade Palace, Oct. 7 t.v. Prtnntrv Readers: Wo respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the best selected ni- nfTnr Goods. Notions and Mill i nery ever brought to this city. Bv Giving our moiviauai ucuuuii to buying in New York.we have v,r! line of Silks. Black noc Dress Goods. Dometics, woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table t ivion -Rlankets. Comforts, Mo tions and Millinery at such rates nn cnhtAinnsaa enables us to Offer the lowest prices known einoe 1862. Our priocs are allko to all, and Grangers as well as otners Will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower p2.ces. conclusively established, and that city Is nr,t the only one'in tbe country whicn noio j a very considerable tmoum, mo biock here being estimated at 13,000 tierces, md the ' stock In New York at ahoct 15.000 tierces. The stock In Liverpool, Qniint? to McGufly it Jukes's circular ol Aneust 7. did not exceed 20.000 tierce?. nearly half oi w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

-1 llitifti Stufe wis, -sX mpm t MW - VOL. XXV-NO. 3. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1875 WHOLE NUMBER 1.810 i FIGHTING THEIß BATTLES 0ER THE WAP. GOVERNOR AT IT AGAIN. Ho Repeats that Old Speech, With Slight Variations, and is Followed by Gen. Sherman and CoL Lane. THE ROCKVILLE REUNION. -rirE second AND LAST DAY'S DOINGS AT TIIE ROCKVILL.E REUNION LABQB ATTENDANCE AND BOUNDLESS ENTHUSIASM. The reunion of Indiana soldiers at Rock villa this week. raa a marvel of success in the way of attendance and enthusiasm. Tha crowd came Into camp in all sorts of conveyances and from every point cf the compass, and was variously estimate at 1om 20.000 to 30.000. The omps coverMl at: eighty acre tract of land, aad it was iitertily alive -with a moving tu ass of humanity. Notwithstanding the crnsn of bama beings, the most perfect order prevailed daring the day. At 11 o'clock the crowd surged up to the speaker 8 stand, which was gorgeously decorated with the national colors, and graced with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TIIUKSDAY SEPTKMBEIl 91875 TUE OHIO CAMPAIGN. GOVERNOR HENDRICKS ; AT - - ZANESVTLLE. A Logical and Dispassionate Discussion of the Issues of the Day. THE SENTIMENTS OF A STATESMAN. X SEARCHING) REVIEW OP REPUBLICAN MUHiSlOKMEXr AND THE RKMKDT rDINTKD OCT IHK FINANCIAL PROBLEM- CONSIDERED. Teixow Citizens: I tliink the re-election of Governor Allen very i mportant, and, therefore, upon the Invitation of your State Executive Committee, I stand Ijefore you to-day. I understand that It is quite customary to confer upoa your governors, whose administrations are acceptable to the people.the honor of a re-election. Such a custom seems to be consistent with the public Interest. Th a official term Ls so short that within its limit an important policy, or work, can hardly be established or completed. The honor of a re-eleo ion wrw port ferred UDoa üovernor llas'es. Wny Khali it be denied to Coverno.- Allen? I think I .m 1! in mrioz Ibat bis administration It ac ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. HEIyrKMüER 9 1875 o HOilB AND FARM. Ccrk Dogs with Doos. A -writer In the Practical Farmer offers a solution ot tue troublawith sheep killing dos which he tested Ly experience. I used to breed cattle, but Lafing a natural fondness for sheep, and an opportunity to purchase a couple ol Mcotca colley shepherd dog?, removing my fears on lh9 score of destruction by mongrel curs, which deters so many from keeping sheep, I concluded to try the experiment which has resulted bo satisfactorily. In my stock of 100 ewea I have halt a dozen bell, and in case of danger, the sheep all run to the dogs for protection. This familiarity between tho dogs and sheep, with the watchful care exercised, is one of the prettiest eights In the world. These faithful guardians of the xlock are ever on the alert, day and night. The rapid tinkling cf the bells at once arouses the dogs ; and about three weeks azo. in tea middle ol tho nijrht, I heard an unusual disturbance among...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1875 4 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 'New York Republicans hare -three bad pills to swallow to-day at Saratoga, more distasteful than congress water to a country greenhorn. But the medicine muat be swallowed, according to the Tribune, or the party can never enjoy good health ia the atmosphere of the Empire state. Republicanism in New York is pretty sick, having turned a majority for itself of 53.000 in 1872 into a Democratic majority of 50,000 in 1871 Tha onlv chance left is for the party to-day at Saratoga to spea oat unreservedly against the third term, to declare an unequivocal policy on the finan cial question, and thirdly, to indorse Gov, Tilden's canal reforms. Neglect to stand up equaiely to any one of these most delicate questions will settle the prospects of Repub licanism in New York for the next presi dential campaign. The action of the con vention will be watched with eager eyes It has a very rough road to travel, consid erinzall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUUSDA SE PTEMBEß 0 1875, 5 TUE TURTLE CREEK TRAGEDY. REVOLVERS AT TWENTY PACES. The Duel of tli3 St. Louis Editors in Illinois. SCENE3 AND INCIDENTS. tJBIQIN OF THE TROUBLK TIIB MEBTIXQ SHOTS THAT WERK 7IU. IN LINK, BUT THE DCEL1STS WERE NOT TALL ENOUGH TO BE RANGE OF TIIE LEADEN ME8SENOBM A 8DBOBOS WHO SHOWED THE WHITE FEATHER. The Sentinel of Sanaay reported the hostile meeting of the St. Loa Is editors, and tb3 result. The following are the lull par ticalars from the Chicago Tribune's Rockford correspondent, who was permitted to be present: Various stones are afloat proving that the mysterious movements of the belligerents were observed. Mr. C. M. Brezee, a Rockford attorney, was called up t j Mr. Barnard, Foster's second, prior to tbo encounter, and asked if his services could be secured, 11 necessary. The attorney replied that they could it the business was honorable. Mr. Barnard oaid it was strictly honorable, but was a delicate matter, and had to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA ST A't'K SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEFTEMBKR 9 18751 mother-in-lav. iUre.lold lady t "Je. Each secret bo f t "..Vnuss dtü go. And for Witi-nj! ' nJxo!d you i .." The comlortmn murinar. J iIotherln-law. My mot her -In -law-'. w-areitold l.vl' th ever I saw! Xow wUö th U.Jsl.an.l and now wit a the M. Ife f trennial sprmsoi a Umliy care . I-iSm the day Mit- Ugm our comloit u share. Motner-InOsw. My mothr-ln-aw-: J.yareatold laiy th -vt I , U Mcn I've done so tunrti u -lo s!a ' I cave !? room on tae Pmf&llor ; tit&a banging hinter nd ''Tlie SÄ V.other in-law My roothr-ln-iaw-I-eftrtat Old I ..IT t at -ve r 1 w i ace yoa are dete ;ru i nf-d to sever t h a m . Sa veTor bor yru ha : oUnuy duo pout leir?" V.other-in-law. My uoiLcr-iu-Uiv-rarest old lady that eve r I awt twining each Christmas day to dm. 'oroa bring Joy tothls Lwrlof mui. AVhich Oif vein over with -mtefu . . As 1 think t&at day o"- onlyorxve a v.t . ABOUT WOMEN'. S omething about wome...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATIC SENTINEL THUKSIia YFth 1 ui-lt f) ihto. FALL FASHIONS. BEAUTIFUL TO BEHOLD. TMS PR1SCEB3B SHAPE REVIVED COSTUMES STILL POPULAR SEW COLORS AND NEW MATERIALS ST VLE3 FOR ELDERLY LADIE3 HAIR DRIO HATS LINGERIE OLASS. The milllnera and mantau makers propose to present somethinfi: like the subjoined lor the glory ot woman and tbe contemplation of man, this fall. The New York Tribune of Thursday S3js: Fashion, as full of cap. lice as the wind, after varying to all the points of tbe compass, driving modistes into insanity and rendering designers ot patterns Idiotic for life, has returned with all the force of first affection to thePrincesse shape, which is but a counterfeit presentment ot theusefnl and graceful polonaise. "Nous verron!" cries Madame the modiste. "For basques', and sacques and tabllers are ordered . alrildy " "Feste!" chimes in Monsieur, tbe designer; "and cut out too!'' Bat the Intense heat keeps people by the breakers, In mountain fastnesses and farm re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9 1875 8 52; Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To tb Country Headers: txta TAsnaetfullv ask your Imrn9 lllate attention to the best selected .rirtV nfiirv Goods. Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. Bvaivingour individual attention to iuymg in new iua, "' line of Silko, Black r.nnds. Dress Goods. Dometics, TTTnAi Klnnnals. Shawls, Tabic Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at Buch rates enoVifftrmsBa enables U6 rt for tim lowest nriees mown gjncs 1802. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as wcu era will find at no other hOUßi more attractive goods or lowe: P2.50S. RES & CO. TRADE PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. "WEEKLY KEViEW OK BUSINESS. 7AIX TRADE. Tkn tm VotIc Tribune of September 4 A44w ..v comments as follows: A careiul retrospeo tiM view of what may be considered the first month (August) ot tho present autumn aeason reveals the fact that Lhe sanguine expectations which had been Indulged in certain quar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

lau Hi Mil i 'Ii II fJy 0 : I 4 VOL XXVITO. 4 i ASBURY UNIVERSITY. A Meeting at Meridian Street Church Yesterday in the Interest of the Institution. A MATTER OF MONEY. ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE TO RAISE SUFFICIENT MONEY TO PAY OFF THE DEBT AND COMPLETE THE BUILDING - SPEECHES AND RESOLUTIONS. The beautiful and spacious Meridian street church was taxed to its utmost seating capacity by the patrons and friends of Asbury University yesterday afternoon. The meeting was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Lynch, Judge Downey in the chair. A committeo was appointed lor tho purpose of devisirjg a plan of raising money for the institution. The following well-known gentlemen constituted tha committee: The Revs. John Kigor, O. V. Lemon, G. L. Curtiss, J. C. Joyce, tho Hon. V. C. DePauw, A. C Sway.6l, J. W. Ray and John Browniield. The eornmiiteo retired for action. While they were absent ths time was filled in most Agreeably by able addresses from IJisboos Bowman and Janes. The first speaker was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1C 1875 TTIIAT MAKES A rEOFLE UK3AT. BT IUI LT II WALLO rMXKIlO-. What builds a nation's pillars high, And Its foundation strouis? "What makes it mi2hty to defy The foes that round it tiroes? It in not Oold? Its kingdoms erand Go down in battle's shock;. Its hans are laid on sinking sand, .Not on abiding rock. Ig It thesword? Ask the red dust Of empires paused away: The blood has turned tnelr stone to rust, Their glory to decay. And Is it Pride? Ah! that bright erown, Has seemed to nation's sweet; But Uod ha struck Ita luster down In ashen at Ills led. lot Oold, bat only Men can make A people gre.it and strong: Men who for troth and honor's sake Stand la&t and suffer long. ' Erave men who work while others sleep Who dare while others fly; They build a nation's rlbars deep, And lift them to tne sky. A PHILOSOPHER AT EiUHTY. SOLI LOO, C T ON A LATE SULTRY DAY. I am evaporating, like a piece Of cacupuoriu the sun. or so as wast...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL T1TUIISDAY. SEPTEMBER lc 1875 HOME AND FARM. A great many remedies for b'd bugs are published, amon;? them this has been going the rounds: To rub the bedstead over with fa.t bacon, a very diity trick. Of course all oils and grease are ruinous tj that cIj of Insects. But the best thing to u?e is sliding hot water. That kills Had cleana a! tba same time, and cleanliness is a sure preventative of such p8bt3. A Blickt frost now would benefit rather thanicjure tha orn by checking farther growtaof blades and the tlo it of aap. Western EcrrER The American Grocer ay3 tho price of new grass fed butter la firm for both Eastern and Western, but the Western butter Is Inferior to tho Eastern Lecau33 is is not bo well made. Thi3 is a ina'te- vjortby the attention of Western farmers, and especially of tho38 having butter factories. Tha farmers around ew York are makln? and sending to the city butter put up in small jars ot from five to fifteen pounds. They sail to famili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA SATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEFTEMBEE 16 1.875 .A TITL'KSD.T, SEPTEM SEK IG. More than one-half of the Republicans cf Ibis city oppose the Republican measure I rnntractlOD. . The Democratic Btate central committee of Ohio should take some measures to secure 4he presence of Morton ia Ohio until tbo day of thfl election. The coat of assessing and collecting the Internal revenue 13 only about two hundred ihnn.mil over five millions of dollars. Cheap as dirt. The only reason the Democracy did not carry Main' by eight or ten thousand rca iorftv.was that Morton did not go then soon enough, or stay long enough. Th9 news from Maine has turned the rag baby into a good, live bouncing youngster In ObloYouns Amenca.that is carrying con eternttion into the Republican househeld. CIosp upon tho election of a president for the Sttte University, follows like action by the trustees of Asbury University, at Green castle. Their choice bs lallen tipon the Rev. Dr. Alexander Martin, of the Untver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SERTEMBER 1G 1875 4 TH3 TERROR OF TRAVELERS. WASHED TRACKS AND WRECKED TRAINS. THE APPAIXINO ACCIDENTS RESCLTIXS FROir THE LATE STORM FIVE TRAINS WRrCK KD AND SKVEN PERSONS KILLED. The following are ibe full particulars ot the disaster already reported la brief by the Sentinel, as they appeared in the Chicago Tirce3 of Saturday, from i:s Harvard correspondent: Harvard, III., Sept. 10. T, storm of Thursday night eeeaas to faave been of wonderful force and fury, Jlie effects cf it are almost inconceivable Thoaa who haye lived here for 40 years recollect nothing like it. The !terno'jn -was close and saltry. The ky was o ferhung with dark clouds toward evenln and the ominous sound of mutter'jng thunder ws heard occasionally. The gathering forces t the element did not barst at once over the 'ndacape. It was fully 8 o'clock beforo fjret jjreat drops of tbe slowly rather'jng tempest fell upon the earth. Tbe previous night had been a Btormy onci aaj the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1G 1875 O, TOUCH AGAIN! ST ROLAS For the Sentinel J ,tccQ agalnjtbat chord sosweel Forsdly ofr.s-jfondlv lovr; "Whilst all the tender passion beat. With bated breath and glowing feet, So let thy music flow. F- let thy music fiovr, fair maid, "When love thy louglog soul oommanda. As flows the brook, 'neath. sua und sht.de. Adewn ths rleasaat everglade. 2hlsg o'er golJen sands, Sighing o'er golden sands. wltU BiUs Bo sadly soft, so fondly low ! LaJened with kisses to the klc Per taee, thou se a of paradise. Whither all brooks would flow . Then touch again that chord so sweet, "With lending fingers oa each key; And let thy heart resj onslve beat The measures f a love complete, la fondly q.z me. ACK'JSS Ttifa YFAH-. From the Home Journa'. Swoetbeart.do yon remember how in f hidden in th blooming betther, W watched a wort; man al tiU plow, Q e idie siimmerday together? OtK idle, balmy dieamJul day, Nk overfull ors'insorsplemler, Eni tt with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IG 1875. LOST IN THE LAKE. SEQUEL TO THE STORM. Tito Propeller Equinox, With all on Board, Suddenly Swallowed Up by the Waves. A WILD AND WEIRD SCENE. THB CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER AND GRAND DAIUIIIKR OO POWN WITH THE CRKW THE BAD STORY OF THOSE WHO WITNESSED THE CATASTROPHE, BCT WERE POWERLESS TO PREVENT IT. Chicago, III., Sept. 11. The Post and Mail, of this evening, publishes the following account of the disaster to the propeller Equinox: A most terrible disaster arising lroui the great storm Thursday night comes to light this morning, a disaster Involving the loHsof the propeller ISquinox with all on board. Twenty-two ptraons were on board, not one ol whom is known to have escaped. Tbe angry waters ot the lake swallowed tfce great vessel at ne Rulp. having no sign where It had been a lew minutes before. There were two passengers on board, the other nineteen being the captain and crew. Tbe drowned c.ptain was DwiEht Scott, of Cleveland, lie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 September 1875

8 :a. C A. R D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your imme (Hate attention to the best selectf-c stock ofDry Goods, Notions anc Millinery ever Drought tothi3 citv By giving our individual attention tv ouying in New York, we hav eeoured a line of Silk, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometics Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Tablt Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Hillinery at such rates and on such terms as enables up to offer the lowest prices known Since 1862, Our priecs are alike tc all, and Grangers as well as others will find at no other housv xrror attractive goods or lower P2.ces. S. AYBE3 & CO., TKADE PALA.CEJ. IN AMIS AM UUslflEb??. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. MOSEY MATTEIV. In this market there waa uothing of iir portance to cote. In one eense the nionrmarket is easy. There is a fair supply ol inonev in the banks, but only the very best eilt edged paper will draw it ouf. The Jour nal of tbe 14th complacently &aya: '"fiiut is no ...

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