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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 July 1890

A'JOOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1890. John W.Edmonds.Editor and Owner. LOCAL PiEWS. The Eastern Shore Agricultural fair commences Angus** 26th. continuing four days. Ctdldrens' dav services will be held in Baptist cburcb of our town tomor? row morning. Mr. Thus. II. Meisau, Accomno C. IT., refused 8500 for bis three year ohl Morrill colt lust week. The premium list of the Eastern Snore Agricultural Association will ap? pear in our next issue. Mr. E. C. Ames, an inmate of the lunatic a?ylum at Williamsburg, from this county, died last week. The 3rd quarterly conference for the Onrtncock circuit will l>e held in Onan- j cock, Thursday. July 17th, 2 o'clock j p. m. Rev. G. F. Earring authorizes the announcement, that Children*' Day services will be held in Leemont M. P, Church tomorrow, Sunday. 10 a. m. Mr. T.erov C. Bulman. a well known cit iscen in the lower part of the countv. died suddenly at Wachapreagne last Satnrdav night, aped about GO years. Mr. John D. Fletcher....

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 5 July 1890

Home Slaking:. S;nne walls do not a prison make Or iron bars a cage. Upon this principle we under? stand i'onr walls inclosing furniture do not. make a home. Good house? keeping is not necessarily home making; iu roint of fact, it is some? times the greatest, foe to the spirit which is t he pervading at tuosphere of the real home. Children love the house which has this home spirit, ami there they can lie found, whether it is where their par-tits stay or not., li may be a small cottage or a prince? ly mansion, in either ease you will surely find a home-maker, whose sunny unseltisl-.ness brings liappi ne.?h "to all i lie pivileged inmate* Such a one may be the weaiied hou-e-uiother. burdened with many cares, but full of loving kindness, or an elder sister who early has learned the blessed lesaou of bur? den .-baring, or even it may be a suffering invalid, whose room is the best loved at home, and whose interest iu the broader life of others never fails. The good housekeeper, in the cl...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

VOLUME X ACGOMACC. H., VA. S^M^DAY, JULY 12,, 1890 NUMBER 2 published eveut saturday AT ACCOMAC C. H.. VA. GabBorlDtton Bates. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 " six mouths 60 ? 11 one year 5 00 and a cony for six months free to the one sending club. 20 copies, one year $10 00 and a free cony to the sendee Advertising RAtes. 1 Inch, one insertion . o ->0 1 three " . ; l W i " one year ".. s " 50 ^TRates for lamer advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. ?"Circulation larger than nil the pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combmed. tgTA cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired, or is due, and you are respectfully solic? ited to renew or remit. ??Commission men or business men of any class in Baltimore, New Y"ork, Philadelphia. Posten, Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach uove truckers ami farmers through the columns of Tue ENTEuruisE than in any other wav. GBO. P. PAKRAMORE, AT rOK.N e Y-AT-LaW, Accomack C. ii., Va. Prompt atte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

. .-I'll ftb . ... IT.. Va.. ;?<; ?pconn'iWf.Ss "Httcer. The premium list of the Eastern Shore Agri cul t u r al Association, which appears ift the supplement of the Fntekpkise today, is com mended to the e?refnl perusal of every one in the county. It shows, as will he noted, an increase in the number nf premiums and an ad? vance in tVir value, which indi? cates that the Association is in a healthy condition. Indeed, the pro? jectors of the enterprise have de? sired to promote its interests by slow sun healthy growth, rather than to stimulate it by artificial means into proportions, which offimes have been the precursors to the downfall of similar associations. The wisdom of their course today is seen in enlarged grounds, im? provements in every departrpenf set apart for exhibits, convenien? ces which assures comfort, to every one who attends the Fair and ab? solut? freedom from debt. The thirteenth annual fair of the Asso? ciation, indeed, promises to be in? augurated under favo...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

. A'JUOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JULY 12,1890. John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. The Eastern Sliore Agricultural Fair rommenctjs August 26th, continuing four days. Dr. Geo. B. Zell, dentist, will be at Parksley .luly 21st, Mapnsville, July 22>id for the piactice of his profession. The 3rd quarterly conference for the Onmcock circuit will he held in Onan cook, Thursday, July 17th, 2 o'clock p* m. Slocomh & Ames have jnst gotten in a new stock of goods imd offer his in? ducements. Read what they have to say. Hopkins ABro., Unancock. have for sale Rt a fair price in quantities to suit pucrhasers. 1200 bushels of prime corn, just received from Baltimore. Mr. Geo. \V, Winder, commission merchant, Baltimore, arrived at Acco mac C. IT., yesterday on a short visit Icll'sson. Mr. Wm. T. Winder, the popular clerk of the Savage Hotel. Among the visitors to friends at Ac comac C. II., at present are?Mrs. Car? roll Bitting, Kansas, and Miss Rosa Duffieln, Mrs. Betsy Bevel, ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

Fat in and (innbn Notes. '?Plow deep wlnle sluggards sleep." ? Raise pleutv of carrot! for Hie horses. / j Keep the poultry house and yards dry. Make a good ?'seed bed before planting. Don't put implicit faith in nov e'ties. All food plants must be soluble to be available. J>o not jeniove the mulch from ti# es and plants too early. Don't pet plants or seeds from neglectful neighbors or from old ranches. ? ._ Don't plant largely for any? thing that demniids gieatesr at? tention when farm work is most pressing, j } Cream eon be kent sweet until Windi d t? r < burning by keeping it :?r a low Uinj erntme, but it must be stirred twice a day. I/it tie grains of butter do not ?absorb brine, but each grain bc ? < hies Coaled with a film of brine which salts it snflieiently to suit most tastes. Wl.en hnyaend men climb into a >oung and thriftv linit tree ii< the growh'g season they should not wear heavy boots with nail. in tlum. Rubber >.li< es or slippers or i ven Ho bai...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

VOL. X. ACOOMAC G H., VA., SAT?RDAY, JULY 12, 1690.?SUPPLEMENT. NO- 2. of thk THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR ?' >..?: Eastern Shore Agricultural Association, Under ihe Auspices of the PATRONS OFHUSBANDRY, -AT TIIKIR Fair Grounds, near Seller, Acooniac Co,, Va. Commencing Tuesday, Angnst 211, 1890, and Continuing: i Days, fSTEntries may be made after July 1st, by letter addressed to the Secretary, Dr. ./. K. MAPPi Keller) AceomacCounty, Va. OFFICERS FOR 189 0. G. H. AuAiK, President. \V< S. Fim.urs. Treasurer; Pit. J. E. Mait, Secrebirv W. T. Mason. \V. T. Johnson. 'I BOARD OF MANAGERS. XV. P. Pitts. \V. F. Fl.BMMlXG. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. J. T. Buu.. .!. M. XVest. ami Visitors?Ci. H. Ad.Uk, L. H. Ames, L. C. Meaks, Receive Guests B. B. Mears, To Arrange Horses?B. B. Mears. Tn Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements- -O. T. Benson*. To ArrangcStock and Fowl?K. R. HuTCiiiXsoX. To Arrange Produce Department?XX". A. Bloxom. To Arrange Ladies' Department?XV. J. W'yatt, Jno. M. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 12 July 1890

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS Ol'' INTEREST IlKli&TIVJS TO FARM AXI) GARDEN. TRAXSrijASTIXG TOT. A valuable addition to the working ootiit of n gardener is a new transplanting pot made in three parts, the body being divisible and the bottom removable. In transplanting the bottom is removed from the body, the pot inserted in a hole in the ground, and the keys which con? trol the grip of the sine pieces with? drawn, when the valves arc pressed laterally apart and raised from the earth, leaving the earth ami plant it had con? tained in the new location.??ra York Jlrtvld. CArTUKISG ABSCONDING SWAKMS. Swarms sometime? break cluster and take wing before the beekeeper has hived them. Throwing dirt among them will sometimes cause them to alight again. Professor A. ,1. Cook advises throwing water in the form of a line spray among them. For such purpose some band pump is very desirable. Another im? portant use for such a pump, mentioned by the Professor, is this: If the swarm, when clustered, be sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

VOLUME X ACCOM AC C. fl., VA. SATURDAY, Jp^;i9, 1890 NUMBER' 3 rUBLISITEP EVKUY SATURDAY AT ACCOAfAC C. H., VA. Bnbeciistloc Bates. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 " * six months 6,1 b " o:ie year ?"> 00 and a cony for six months free to the one sending club. 10 copies, one year $10 00 and a free cor>y to the sender. Adrcrttslns Rates. 1 Inch, one insertion . $ 1 ?? three " . 1 (K> 1 " one year .. "5? Q3T Rates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. tSTCirciilation lamer than nil the pa? pers published on Kastern Shore of Vir? ginia comb ned. EjgTA cross mark on your paper indi? cates that your subscription has expired, j or is due, and yon are respectfully solic- / ited to renew or remit. (^Commission men or business men of suiv class ?in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia. liostrn, Norfolk or Rich? mond, can reach more truckers and farmers through the columns of TriE ExTEKi'iasR thnu in any otiier wav. UEO. P. PAKRAMORE, Attorn by- at-Law, Accomn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

AW?UM?.U UOb'K't'-HOUSE. VA S?LTUUnAY..IUIiY 10,1590. ? j ,. riiUered at the l'oxtorlice at Accomac C Va.. 3s socon-l-class ??isitter. Much of nur editorial spar? was used bist week in callinthe at? tention of our readers to the Fair to tie he'd in Aeeomac dnring An iru--t and >*e again refer to the matter for tri? purpose of awaken? ing an iidereief in onr people, whieh will causa them to see that the display of exhibits in every de? partment is not only creditable, bnt superior to those, of previous years. The Pair being u home in si it tit ion and depot-dent for its vitality for the most part upon onr own resources appeal* to onr pride, and if we would not have it hu? miliated,the offerings which wewill carry to fhe Fair Grounds to pro? mote its Miccess demands our at? tention tr?w. The offerings, of course, should be the best, ar onr command and the Fair now being only ? mooth of?*, if w time for ns to begin ro enquire a* to the ar f'c'es of handiwork.product of field and gar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

AJOOMAG OOUKT-H?USE. VA SATURDAY. JULY 19, 1890. John W.Edmonds.Editor and Owner. LOCAL NEWS. The Eastern Shore Agricultural F:?ir j commences August 26ih, continuing four days. Children's day>crvices will be held at ITnuting Creek M. P. Church, to-mor tow, 3 p. in. Mrs. Kachel E. Benson. ITodloek, made ii short visit to friends at Acco mac C. IT., this week. Judge (Junter has ordered a special t?Tm of the circuit court of Accomae.to tie held on Wednesday next, 23d inst. Dr. Geo. B. Zell, dentist, will be at! Paiksley July 21st,' Mai?psville, July 22>id for the piactice of Iiis profession. The secretary of the Chesapeake Ag- j ricultuial Fair Association has our I thanks for a 'complimentary? to stud Fair. - The Deiuocrats of Caroline county ' have declared for Capt. Jeo. M. Find cms as candidate for Congress from this i dl&tiict. Privileges for Ihre? days of Temper ! anre Mass-Meetingat Paiksley, will be j offered for sale at that place 4 p. m.. July 20.b. j Read what Slo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

Flowers by the Ship Load. A wonderful sieht that nttrnefs the attention of those visiting New York city is the departure of one of rlie across Atlantic ferry steam? ships. If the day is fair and Hie hour of departure not too early, hundred* of people go down to see the steamer off?some to say good by to friend.-; others from sheer curiosity to sco who is going. The steamers vary in size and bnild. mid Hie latest comers are, of course the largest and most commodious. Suites of apartments are the rule row. and a party may be as com for table en voyage as at home. A remarkable sight in these steamer depart in es is the flowers. The sa? loon tables are all crowded with the offerings of friends to those depart ing.Thei e they are in all fornis,color and perfumes, from the queenly ro?e to the modest, little forge*ma? nnt. Ships, anchors, herats, otish ions, easels- all in gorgeous profn sion and duly tiek?ted and labeled. And i his slimmer or winter,whether the flowers are cheap or dear, ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

VOL. X. ACCOM AG C. H, \rA., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1890.?SUPPLE MEN T. NO. 3. ?' ? THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR of the Eastern Shore Agricultural Association, Under the Auspices of the PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, ?at Tin;ik? Fair Grounds, near Keller, Accomac Co., Va. Commencing Tuesday. August U\l 1890. and Continuing 4 Days. iSFEntrirx may I"- made afler July 1st. l>ii fetter addressed to Ihr. Secretary, Vr J. ./?-'. MAI'P, Keller, Accomde. County, Va. O FFICERS FOR VBB O. C. H. A?aik, President. W. S. PuiLurs, Treasurer. Pit- J- E. MArr, Secretary W. T. Masox. W. T. JoilXSOX. BOARD OF MANAGERS. W. 1?. Pitts. W. F. FbEMMlXG. J. T. BULL. .J M. WEST; COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests and Visitors?G. II. Ad.uk. L. H. Ames, L! C. Meaks. 15- J5. MEAKS. To Arrange Horses?B. R. Meaks. 'I'm Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements?G. T. Bessox. To Arrange Stock and Fowl?R. R. HUTCIUXSOX. To Arrange Produce Department?W. A. BbOXOM. To Arrange Indies' Department?W. .T. Wy.vtt, Jxo. M. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 19 July 1890

The Brooklyn Divine Preaches at Waseca, Minn. Subject of Discourse! "Meeting One Friends In Ileavrts." Text: "Ishall go to him."?II Samuel xii.. 23. There isn: very sick child in tho abode of David the King" Disease, which stalks up the dark lane ot the poor and puts its smothering band on lip nnd nostril ot the wan and wasted, also mounts tho palnco stairs, and bending over the pillow Wows into the face of a young Prince the frosts of pain and death, 'fears are wine to the King ofTerrors. Alas: for David the King. He can neither sleap nor cat, anil lies pros? trate on his face, weeping and wailing until tho palace rings with the outcry of woe. What are courtly attendants or victorious armies or conquered provinces under such circumstance*? Whit, to any parent, is all splendid surrounding when his child is sick? Seven days have passed on. There in that great house two eyelids arc gently closed, two little hauls folded, two little feet quiet, one heart still. The suwants ccmie to bea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 26 July 1890

VOLUME X ACCOM AC C. H., VA. SATURDAY, JULY 26, L890 NUMBER 4 P?5T.ISMBD EYEUY SATURDAY AT ACCOBfAC C. H.. 9A. BubecrlDttoa Itatea. 1 Copy, one year SI 00 1 " six months 00 I o " one year 5 00 ami n cony for six months free to the I one sending club. 10 copies, one year S10 00 j ami a free coyy to the sender. a'lvsrtlslas Kat?s. I 1 Inch, one insertion . S SO 1 three 4t . 1 00 l " oneyear .. 7 50 IgTRates for larger advertisements for a longer time made known on appli? cation. (^Circulation lamer than all tlie pa? pers published on Eastern Shore of Vir? ginia combined. z^~.K cross mark on your paper indi eatesthat yoursubscriptmn has expired,; or is due, and you are respectfully solic-, i:ed to renew or remit. (^"Commission men or business men | ? f any class in Baltimore, New York, j Philadelphia; Boston, Norfolk or Uich-1 mond. can reach more truckers and fanners tiirpugh the columns of The KxTir.i'iaijE than in any otlier wav. GEO. R PAttltAMOBE, Attorn by-at-Law, Accouaack O. If...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 26 July 1890

SA'}*-??-' ? - , jit the Postofllce *t Accomac r;?*Va.. as seeoivl-rinss mutter. d? Tho iiifan>ons Force bill framed in the interest of Northern manu? facturers and fen' the ens'nvement of the South, is daily growing more odious to fair minded people everywhere throughout the conn try, and tin* denn?ei:?tionvi heaped npon it hy Republicans as well as Detnocrn's would seem to i dicare its defeat in the Senate of the TTnired States. Tndeed, no n>ore vigorous protests against the iniq? uity of the bill have emanated from any source (ban have from the Republican members of that body, and one of them, Senator Paddock, of Nebraska, has proclaimed to the world that he will not support it under any cirenm?tances. 'O'Vier Republican senators, who denounce Ibe bill with equal Fever* v. de eline to smv what M'ov ?r;!l do if the (party btsb is npplied and the presrtmp'ion is that they will wheel into line and vote for the bill. If tbey would vote as they talk, and {accordinsr to their hon...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 26 July 1890

AJCOMAC COURT-HOUSE. VA SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1890. John W.Edmonds,Editor and Owner, LOCAL MEWS. Camp-meeting commence* at Tur? lington's (5rounds next Friday. A bower meetitie will commence at Ayres' Chape), to-morrow, to continue one week. The Eastern Shore Agricultural Fair commences August 26th, continuing lour days. The bushmeetinp near Onb-y has Veen continued Hiid services will t>e held to? morrow, Sunday. Cunt. Edward T. Core lias succeeded Cai'it. .lohn E. Burton as keei>er of Me-! touipkw Life Saving Station. ,7, It. Griffin & Sou offer for sale at i private contract, in this issue nf the Entekpuisb. valuable real estate sit? uated ne;ir Oak Hall Station. The ladies of Home Missionary So? ciety of Wardtown will have a fair and festival tor the benefit of said society.i? schnolhntise at that place, on Thursday. | July T. 1st. A festival for benefit of church will be held at New Church, Tuesday, July ??Olli by members of M. P. Church. Supper and refreshments will be s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 26 July 1890

Uncle Snm's Seena. AH tlie seeds given away bv the AjrricuHnrnl Department at Wash? ington are tester! before being sen*- onr. and the wsy in which it is done is very cnriotiss indeed. Shallow tin pans half full of water are employed, and across these parallel are laid thick wires in pairs; Each two wires have a strip nf mnslin sewed between them, so that when they are laid together aemss the pan a fold 2 inches deep hangs into the water. In this fold a!) along from one side of the pan to rhe oilier reeds are nut, and the water rising by capillary attrac linn, simks the muslin and causes "ho st eds to germinate. The form insr roofs poke their way in every direction through the muslin and the pistils grow famously. One tin t>:u: 2 feet long -will hold a won deiTitl number of sprouts, and it is a simple matter to count ?hd lind cut what percentage of those put in germinate, one fold of muslin heilig devoted to each kind of seed; Any seeds that do not prove entirely satisfactory nre...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 August 1890

VOL. X. AOC?MAC C. H., VA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1590.?SUPPLEMENT. x\0. 7. ok the THIRTREiS?TH ANNUAL FAIR; of the Eastern Shore Agricultural Association, Under the Auspices of the FATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, -AT THEIR Fair Grounds, near Keller, Accomac Co., Va. CrmmsnciDg Tuesday, August 26tb, 1890, and Continning 4 Days, tSTEntrics may be made, after July 1st, by letter addressed to the Secretary, Dr. I- E. MAPP, Keller, Accomac County, Va. OFFICERS FOR 189 0. G. H. Adair. President. \V. S. Phillips, Treasurer. Dr. J. E. Maft, Secretary. BOARD OF MANAGERS. W. T. Mason. \V. B. Pitts. J. T. Bull. W. T. Johnson. W. F. Flemmixg. .J M. West. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. To Receive Guests and Visitors?G. H. Adair, L. H. Ames, L. C. Meaks, B. B. Meaks. To Arrange Horses?B. B. Mears. To Arrange Agricultural and Mechanical Implements -G. T. Benson. To Arrange Stock and Fowl?R. R. Hutchinson. To Arrange Produce Department?W. A. Bloxom. To Arrange Ladies' Department?W. J. Wyatt, Jxo. M. West. Police...

Publication Title: Peninsula Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula enterprise. — 16 August 1890

BEY. DB. TAL11GR The Noted Brooklyn Divine's Sunday Sermon. Snbjoctt "The Footl In God's GonpeJ.? Text: "And Hie manna ceased on the vwrroic after thnj had eaten of the old corn of the land."?Joshua v., 13. Only those who have had something to do with the commissiariat of nn army know what a job it is to feed and clothe live or six hundred thousand meu. Well, there is such a host as that marching across tlio desert. They arc cut off from all army supplies. There nro uo rail trains bringing down food or blankets. Shalt they perish? No. The Lord comes from heaven to the rescue, and lie touches tho shoes aud the conto which in a year or two would havo been worn to rags and tatters, and they be? come stormproof and limeproof, so that attnr forty ycar? of wearing the coats and the shoes are ns good as now. Besides that every morning there is a shower of bread, not sour or siggy, for tho risiu; of that bread is made in heaven, und celestial ftu cers have mixed it and rolled it into balls,...

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