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u Peaceron Earth—Good Wjil among Men.
MONAIOUTH, OREGON: SATURDAY
The Weekly Christian Messenger
1 ’net’s Cornei’
PUBLISHED EVERY HjATUßDAY BY
T. F. CAIIFJJELL, ’
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IT b’W A tn IN HKINtltNU VP.
Jt isn’t all m “bringing np.**'
•> Let folks huv what they will!
To Bilver-scour a pewtercup,
It will bo pew tor still!
■ n the wise old Solomoh,
Who saiil, “’JQrain up a child,'”
If I mi-take not, Inid a ¿on
Proved ratUe-bruined and wild!
A man of mark,, who fain would ¡ms
For Jord of »ea. and laud,
.May have the-training of a son, **
And bring him up full grand—
May give liiin all the wealth of lore,
’Of college, and of school/
But, after -all,* nny mal « noa^ire
Thun just a decent fool!.
Another, reined by Penury
Upon her Litter bread—
JVhvHe road to.knowledge”i#liko that-
The good to Heaven may trdad—
Life’s got a Kpark of-Natures light—
' lla’11 fan iLto a flame,
•Till, In its iforniii^ letters bright,'
. Tho World may iitaa tn.' name."
The light of tfnth in nn honest heart
well taugliEfil tho principles of virtue,
result il ill'll,? .duo to otir own efiqrta, '
anti ours alone will be the honor;-*iuid ’
is tliinjnly safe-guard against sin oud if wé t iii; it will be on account of our
, crime. All the guilt of earth, and tl>e own folly anil iiiiloleiice, nod we alotiT-
bate action of those whose only claim ' must i--ai- tl,,1: ".TT'hie a:.4 di-g^ee. It
upon tly* rrim" of hum.iiiity i- the folm, is,..tip rejfore, no less our duty thm it i -
who hade «O polluted the earth with our greatest privilege, to yeeuro tht:
th- ir l'<4 d - ds, if traced 1'1 their prim
honors du« to nierjt. We shall prove
' ltive origin, would be found to be has- recreant to thoaioblcst principles of out;
| ed solely upon ignorance.
nature, and indifferent to tho" highest
Since tho worljl began, knowledge interests of our race, if w’d -shun "tlie”
has ruled,-and will qoptinue to rule as the responsibility and basely^ shirk the-
long as tijttf shall last? The ignorant labor that Would prepare us1 for lives of
are constantly giving way to the edu f honor and usefutnow.
cated and consentiiig.tiA.be governed by
j ~ Tn proportion to our education wjll
I we'.be given the highest positrons' of
earth,- and receive the honor anil re-
'irr'"ffirr" 1 ffiirir-?* -'i r
. *■'-/ -■ ..'^airossitxuaM'.
1; •„ M, i.■ ■■ r. .’,: hl-x
affords,-’at this season of the year doub
le the quantity of water that flows do-vn
the.Middle ^und Boast Forks together,
'l iiis is pi-obably owing to the I'l.'ition
of its soiiiioin tl." lofty, range of snow
clad mounbtin i to the East crowned by.
mount Jefferson and the Three Hide«.
No; is tho acquisition ef knowledge The val - j.- < n tie ?; per part ar> risF-
eoufin. iFto the feiv short year of Col yow, converging to "a ci h ,n at the di
I a n*1 »«4 !--. ,-v tuilcT-fx.j.T. 1: A~ ■—nrtt1',. jt
with hoiiors, ulrd receive a certificate with tii<: Y\ih.ir.i'.Ti1 l.'-jow isugcr.
from the highest authority of earth,- Jhc.ii]^ r-\....ei.iy ...rib
yet onr education is ' but'just1'com generally timbered.
The i,i..ii.iin alu;" spri >
menced.' Then, olily, in flic estimation
of the wise are w e capable of ebnduct- of the iwnnt.diis .¿re. nth
ingvonr own studies, and instead of fol
tion, ami a...- liki ’y f > 'be ■ - ne iuipOl
lowing others, may take the lead and taut places of sutptn. r r,
guide our fellow s on'through the dark- and lislr orc .-aid1 to be al
tn .of fgnerancel into the' light of the Wnt-cfs po-'-.i-t -. ue li1 i: r
e..'.peciitjly f ir-di- .i v of th
in'tho («.:f-.tian Union,
lient liithr atoryx.
I called the other day on my friend
T.,^v,liö has the ‘fim- t. collection of
roses I ever saw. She took ms-DTt to
- -e them— white ro vi, red roses, -yrl.-;-
r -, a’ ’ roses in
pots, th j ,rt gi.tjit of battle, and the
ruc.l ■ i,. s,ros'-, ■ ryy.sjKjeipS I. hud
of, aiirl a gre U. auany I had
re th-are in .rich - pro-
a ilh but R“»in- ’
It’ was sgid by one -of .old, that
d 1 you
knowledge causes thtrfuco. to shine.
Not as the taper wlueli■fft.-Los for a f. ”.
’ with n
momenta and then expires; bi
Agents forWistian Messenger.
i light that -continually inereas< s in
If It were all fo "brih'giex up,”
brightness, ¿¡laminating the dark re-
In counsel, apd restraint,
The following gentlemen are authorized to act
V’’ a wav.
earth rod gttiiliug. tlic way"
Kucli rmK.ds liaip fo-eii li'inesgBTcn
bb AgenU for the^MESsECGEB F
Unh'sx we iifiT wifiiug and ’ coih’pi i.-iit’J
ward and lguPrant in the ways of lir
Ikfobo,yaytelg-a saint! .
Jos tratta it,
Oh! it isn’t all iri "bringing up,” <-
W. K. Rolxgw, HeleB^Mfoit.ana^erdb’W1’
- tire and of truth.- There «» 5P <1i»gn«£; to do this wo are as einlA-rs in tlii.1 se.iliV ■
~ i i iiii i - urntioti.When
■ ' w , l ii e .'ii; . - . I . a
—Puglia. --——■■ '
■ *■ ^ j____ Lrt foHte gay arhat they will!------ L
ing tlii>true Stafe Of DDT minds. Tho!-j
Neglect uiay dim the silver cup-
■p regioas -ff
John Bounds .
Starr's Point, Lane Cqunty.
jjxi may, by aiudiqd. liljutcivauea de- 'are valitele .a and urj^worjialhan: value-
‘Alitmpper WilhnïP tte utid ti
B. William«.................... Amity, Yamhill fount.-
|ceive fliu i'gnoritiit, and by the use df
- Charles Woods:.
. . .Salem.1 Mariòli \
1< ain't lli'ù' V.‘^IM* «nd <1 >n.i«.:«U' their souQionU).. will', ib- tim, i
- high -sounding ivbrds. np|«ar learned,
Win. Ilawaon .. McMinvilhs, Yamhill
1 Louie ►< ’<>n1i*iht it ions the world will noUiong remain iguurant .power* Our
. It b i I
of, the world -iu-the' no distant future, v hr»
T. Jh Newman..................Dallas. Ifolk
will demand tlie
«r *onr blesse ,1 S'l.
W. A. Whitman '’... ,r.... .Umalilia
” ’ .
of our frue position.
Our ignbrunce uiul the uorld’s kuowledge of u.i will I»
KXOUJ.EDt.E, A\<> TrtH 'MÉLt>S OP
.......... a tn. ■ - - I - -
’ i •Ath
• u H tï i1»! s"on.
, will expose iis, und bring us down from ! li i’itFl to lltr rr,;.:!! i-’: > !.■ . f onf ; hhu.-fo for ¿'distance.1 f forty x-ites ät»ö\. ' En-
Dr. Z. Davis
Jliirua Vista, Polk
- : 1
i.m orò 1,
oTir unstable position, with a -force that ili.'.te acqiTiuutir.iee at. the extent of our
David Lewis............LeWisville, l’olk' •'■
■ has a
v_: y in .;
4 sUt»> : t-
G baduatino A diuif - ss — I)i:i.tvEi,ujLt.JW . will render all, future efforts tu rise, pr>nt travels. And when death
ò.D. Powell tn-.-.-.. .... Tillaiii.i-A **.^..r
llon.li i: Kxox, at M oxwofth , O ui : uselessi
m AT m us fr inì the stage of action we of <—,lti-utloll,' tr 'fde'•■.•••fl-y
Tho Dalles, Qri'gcn.
rr ; -
N. F. Briggs.
will sink into Oplivion l and. will ,Jjtó.®3-. ill'll ¡¡ill'll t > -■ i :.-i :. 1 h-
Without kuo.whalge, our miuila at ill
L adies axd G entpeoh . s :—-
m< mbeied only around the fumily-lire1- mer,- in the vicinity Qf'IJpteDLsippoiuti lias 1
J. M. Smith.................. -... .Harrisburg.
incut has prejiAredTo.1 th.urougb'TJ'drri-'
Dr. W. H. ltowtand,
Browpsvillo, “• . .
Of all the beings which God has cre
:dè’ ■ ao^utmg 1 tf ■ with *vrh' i:i v.
polished surface’s w hich shine at ii.ili s-"''
J. W. Shel^ai
Hurth.Yamhill, , ”
ated, man occupies the highest ^''ition.
have been intinlatgly connected; but if gutiug liiWarm’,' and Ivhrlc th ■ -..hl iv.>
J. 8; Churchill ....’.. .............. dndt-peiidence-
' tance, but, the least opposition offered,
/f’-Lce.’ IIi,s'life.ia n.
The last -liujt in the scale of being, lie
our minds.are atbrej. with the fruits of U-r from the mo.untiuiisjs. net very fa
will ennse them to-break, and expose
Xll Chriktian Proacbi’r» ili Oregon, California
vorable f-,r Ilia i'¡'.■ .,. th of-vi gilal. m.
coupljsitlio creature with the'ereator,
and Washington Territory are requested t'^act
the vacancy and hollowness within.
nr.,1 our as-is )»«■ fiwls it ■ Vidnnbl» Trr prrp.-iTiTrg 'the" 'V <Jo ‘à'btt : 1 lufc-äogKinÜ C of."ll!S goo I
as Agents for the CnntsTtis MnwrjnosK, th re- iiud complétés a linivirso iu lôs-Own But
when filled witli knowledge, they
.. in ;
j . , it ,-i rh Is trill li t- r !-e: : in“ tire ¡nieiaory
■ eeivti »nd receipt for snbecripttono and forward i mysterious
tauce solicited by every,class <>t society.- 1.11.4 f. :
become jrrfisistablo as tfonfion-balls,
li.e - UJ..:.i r i.1: I ¡.ill, wtrfrlr .s I ’.. i. ;.1
1 ' ■ ; ' I. I11 1 b. . h 1 l td'.'
To him i were given two distinct na- f
piercing everything twAvliich they .an Positions of-protit will be tejulered
iii-eompli-tri-J ky t*Ltl.'11 v .,*. : 4_b‘dt<r ft’.wl hap der thron . a bis -niini-tra-
4»a ».nu :» « one personality. The physical-
directed. The stores of thq luiud wilj..
< b l has o'rs'n us in mV irtnes,
through which lie lias sympathy and in- 1 be rejected iu the face, so that whether Our names will be x>uyiled wrHl
4ho over it for a few days’ before c.>i.j..ea- t ion
■.ej’i;; uieik. The labor of irri .-'iting . Tfcp-l graces. but shveoter, dourer far than
'tercoprne with all natural things below
at home of abroad, whether among
J. A. APPLEGATE,
111 ‘ * i
* aifebi , fot!f. i.! - 1 ifif:, of r. <"ft and
him; and the spiritual by which he
friend or strangers, we,.will be. recog industry to wbiclvtvealevote our atteu
that a- -few • iieci- -.’.:1 < xp'!i:iii:..-at i of tender ho irt. -'«höbe
IF o 7'/,
.Attorney ami Counsellor at Law,
holds cmiimunion with the rational,*
nized nnd given the-respeet due the po
i '.’. u u> it io be- '
Special attention given to—Titles to Real Es the infinite and the divine abovy him
iiidivel d of " irit,Avlieth- r pea mtor
sitions we arc qua)¡fil'd to occupy.
ÀI AT À TIMI
come general, .^ii&fftllu-tnei ; imif big
tate* Procuri ug Diverta», and Fiutiate buidne*a.
He alone can trace h'is aneestrill re
Frsctice» in all rhe Coüft» of the State. Office
«Nor are f-pnditions o5 acquiring PlilH-i Our declining vxji h ’w iib be , to on.-r! the witter from- its chI'tfrfei bv
at the Court House, Dallas, Polk county, lations or refer his origin to its primi
toude happy 1»v the pleasing Colisei uts-^
j knowledge limited to any certain. class
adite.h and :■> rai :■ it above tl.' lr . i.'Y. <
tive source; mid he alone, hus-u+vy-
oroociety. It is free for all. It is < T iie.s that we Inive discharged onr.'whole would m-illo the iM;la a. re trifle; and that is, no nhxioi
kliowlnlge of lii.s final destiny, or fu
J. L. COLLINS,
j ferred to the poor as well asdhe'rieh; to 1 duty, tk.lt we have fdii-lit a good fight .it would ltomaiu-a perm'aheut-meatis in
ture state of existence through the
rind (1 4 will undi rtake foryour'fntare?
:>i.d that >vo h:>rn -merited tl e eroan.
Attorney and ('oiiiiselhir nt Law,
the humble as well us the -proud.1'' ■■
the future of obviating the ruinous W !i :i“.
ceaseless ages of eternity.
t f.,. ..rd ut < f to-day,
Atid w het) our live« shall have cnde»l
Loug ago it was s.iid, •iid'tiuie afol.
effects of drought in - eujamer, hud of
By what authority claims’ ho this
C7” SpeciaTattentfon given to Frollato.mat-
i experience have but proven the saving
pi1' paring the land-' for the plow
tors, .Colicotiona, Kcal Fatate« and general prao- high position ? Surely not because of
-. *a4 G -I
in- !,t • t, hylic- ■ th<
W: '• t..I. n ; V. 11, ■,
I true,, that “there is no royal Mad to
our miu.ls have enteiied th it higlu ? de-
will .- >i;i„-e yon ba k into yonr own
uny superiority Of his physical nature;
i learning". Our ways through, life nre
Tiit (, i.i.si Fork, though the -¡....¡¡<-»1
' n 1 1. . i 1 -t n fishing in a
ns wo make them; onr charuc'ters as we
■ stream of the three, fo Hot iuferi >r to
m uiit ,in wt-i'i .mi, [ l,i. .c alw ays found
animals around him. * But it is the
of the shudowijf death, our naun s will
Notary Public and Attorney nt Law,
i form (lietn,jjiid opr-yrcollli th$. recoin-
the other« us an ii'rricultiiral and graz
fliai -o L nu as I kept a shoit line I
be writjen upoh the glittering scroll of
(LT" Business from a distance, promptly at> mind with its powers infinite, and the i prose of onr own labor.
ing country. TheE'.ihemiung ild min< -
PrritT-In- the Court House, , X^art with its affections pure, that en-
■ iny fishing, very well;
fame, there to shine forever as, be( on
Though-we be surrounded bv aecni-
are situated, on the east prong of jhis
but wji-'::.I let mv. line. r;m ont, the
titlekjiim to this pre-eminence.
liirhts to'tiibse who1 come after, leading
ingl. r r nsn r tn o n nt nblc barrir r s;\hnngti ; I
fork in Alio Calapooim mountain , rif’ove
- T. A. MeBKIDE,
Upon lum, at his origin, _k as • vo- fortune fail, and poverty bind usdown; ! them in the pursuit of knowledge, the farming district^ The Ofegr m and stri i '.Tiblr'it dowft, nnd. there I was, at
-ATTORNEY AT LAW,
stamped the moral and rntv+Kctiial im i yet witli an energy that refuses to be ■ g'lidiiig-tlivm in tho path of science, i California raii-:oad traverse«'41ie val- the mercy of every, stick that stuck np
in tbe -stream,«nJ every rock that jutted
sustaining them in. toe practises of vir
Office in the Court H oum , I a Favette, Oregon, age of his Creator, ami he was given a
"lO'.iqu-r1' -1, we "ill ri»e H'lperior to ill
, ley a di.-1 an -f of twenty fli e mifca
i - .
my fish and
Lmiud su^peptiblo of1 iufiuite develop I otir surroundings, and take position I tue, and cheering them on to worthy I Eugene, passing thchec up a sibalj trib out front tbe bank’. 1. h
Ut-mgled my line; vi ery likely I lost my
>r and-lls< -
JNO J DALY,
ment through education, anil eajiable ! among the' honored of earth. Anil ' lets and ti hl'1 ■’ .1 - e h
utary, west of wmth, into Pass Creek, a
footing also, an 1 got over head and
. of that government which would guide* j though we bo surrounded by friends i fuhess.
Attorney nt Law and Notary Public,
branch of the biu daw. The location ¿f
ears in the stream Novr, most men
Buaaa V sta.
! and increased in wealth with every com- I
. tho road greatly enlianced1 the value of
h ive cast ent their ine into life * forty
F^ri r > ;y yon' will J >
In that mind, which in infancy has fort and accommodation fortune can ;
iIley, rod gave a new im-
4ong,. w her i it or. -ht to be but one
| little else than the receptive powers, be’stow;
H. L. hUlLFK.
with elegant mansions in..
■ petus to industry. Companies of men
In'cpn iuence, they are
may be placed the germs of all kuowl- i which to dwell, amT Tine clothes t°] science tells yon should, bo done now. are now engaged grading at inany points
Attorney anti Counsellor at Lan1,'
not able to manage. their .tackle at all;
adorn bur persons; yet if we refuse tod
: i row Eugene to the Calnpooi.v mon nr-,
but arc pulled after 1 it, Mumbling first
he at’tlie fo iii-l.iti'-n
‘ apply .oudselvesaJifectTv to the work, J or the destiny of others wisely 'and well, tains. .Maliy are hoping, Jo hear the
I ment and nssocioatiou. whither politi I ; we will sink down into utter insignif who dealt uillcii.iu presently. Look on w histle of-tlie locomotive in tlrr' vail, y into this hole, nnd-then into that; slip-'
ping up lieie. ;;iul 'lipping down there,
| cal, social or religious.
icance, w^ile the great cur of improve- i Nature; she-never postpones. When, i before,the winter set# W- The same
struggling i»mLsplasiiiu|j aliout in far
the time arrives foY the bnds. to open,
, meut will roll over ns nnd crush us Be- I
W. C. WABlNNiR, M D.
Lwilities for irrigation obtained here as
more distrefoeil fashion than the fish at
they open— i<>r the leaves to full, they
■ iu the lAher rnlieys, npd the same pru
Physician and Mirgion,
the other end of the lino —and, as a gen
through a thorough system of edu- we^wirTbocome an obstruction in the ;
dent economy in agriculture urgwHs
- Polk County,
eral thing, there is no ti ,h there. Haul
! cation enables man to rise to a fuller con path of improvdmeht^ We will retard j never put off their rising -or setti’i i.'. ; early adoption.
By OFFICE—At reiiclenco near Bethel G :tf
in ypnr line!—d.irbiy Jl'. rifs. .
ception of tho superior power and wis. the progress anil delay the accomplish
Thu harvesting will bo completed in
L R. 8ITE8, M D ,
dom of his Creator, dnd to understand | ment of every noble enterprise; and keep their appointments, and eclipses a week or ten days and the farmers
M ixino with Sri’.xNOEBS.— Tho effect
Physician und Surgfemi,
tin*relations and dependence of the in- ; through oirr stolidity plunge our fellow arn always punctual to the'minute. will huve leisure time which shotild be
mixing with new people, who have
Dallas, i :
Oregon. nnmeruble-beings which he has created, men into darkness and despair. He There are no delays in any of the move employed in plowing their fields’; but
naw ideas and new mqtbixls of though^
KT"’ Office at his residence. .
2;tf. ’ to comprehend the laws of social inter !- who refuses to learn, ¡¡i not only injur
this can not be done until rain falls to it Very H.l’nt.i:11. Ali.rttyg1fIr5iee the
course, (he relations of man to his fel ing ldmself, but lie is violating the veby predeteruiined by the absolute fiat of put the land in comlition for the plow.
.“ i n1 p mple, t > d i tliips.iin? tilings, feel
J. E. DAViD30N. M. D.,
low man, and his duty tu his God.
■ law of his nature, and refusing to ac- the Creatp.r. . Procrastination among A good «¿«tern qf irrigation would save
tho .¡no way, produces a stagnant con- ,
Physician and Surgeon,
Knowledge alone hmr dissipated tlve 1 complish the end for which be was ere- j the stars might involve tho’destruction much time in. this respect. Xieudoavs
Oregon darknosk wfiioh for so long a time hung" ated. We cannot be indifferent to life of innumerable •systems; procrastination ; could He kept up, and made valuable iu ditiiui of. lire mind and lioart that is verv 1
di-fte -ing to beli. 44. There are thou
bkc a cloud over all moral and rcli
mighty current that Uflowing around in operations of nature on this earth the l ull.
sands <>f people who might be great''-
grans precepts amt principles; raising us.
J. C. GBUBB3, A M , M. D.(
Knowledge is increasing, and
Ail attendant at Mount A'ernon, not bent tjted by getting away from home,
us ubovo the' harrowing practices of 1 science and literature are bearing on- i the blotting out of the human race.
Physician and Surgeon,
ifmotonly for a short time, to m x
heafhonism, human sacrifices and the ward the dilligent and the industrious. Mun, however, being a free agent. Can long since, fotind a lady wfoi^ing most
- -- • .
bitterly and audibly, with her handier- with strangers, and betonohod with th «
Office in Nichol* A Coad’s drug-store. Resi worship of duWib idols—to a realization We cannot stand, idly by and liope for I postpone the j>erfarm:ince of his duly
magnetism of the great' >vorM.' ~as it
dence in the “ Whitson House,•’’Main st. 40,
of our true position, and a manner of tfie rewards due only to the zealous —and he dges st>, too, 'frojnejitly to bid 1 chief at Jy r .« yes. He . topped np to
life worthy tho moat noblo creatures in I searcher after truth. Around us are • own destruction. Tife dafts drawn by her and said., “Are you in trouble, . courses on its _ap<jnstotnjd rounds.
“No, ..Vf.;', she- nobbed. Nearly all need somo change, to get
onr fellows,.all pressing forward for the indolence upon tlpe future are.'prdtty r
sure to be dishonored. • Make now I “I sow you weeping. “ “Ah^,. said their mimls mid lieiirts enlarged,, an^
Dr irk. fbr Sale.
. *Tet iu a little more of the great Jtgllt of
meam-st animals of earth; consists in hill of. science is steep, apd many of its your banker. 1>O not rayM^ou willecon- she,’’how can anjf «ine help» weeping
(v it-il.1 inltuenco h very vnlua-
I will have ready for Hue anil for «ale at tbe acquisition and dissemination -of pnthwiiys rugged, yet ut every turn are omize presently, for presently yotf may ' ut the grave of the Father of his Coun li'
I lile to those at liotgg. who harp bifon.
Monmoiith. by the nrst of Heptember, 18J1. a
knowledge. Each step we take in ac- ; found loving heart? and willing hands,
choice lot of brick.
j wcll-tiained-by healthful influences in
quiring it, places us that much fartfior ever ready to cheer na ovith their coun make atonement presently, for present “that sit! 1’he tomb* is over yonder,
: early youth, so that they call ayoid l)«e-
from tho briite creation, and that much sel. If we falter in oiy purpose or re
Building IU.I. for Sale.
pf fil,fa f.t'.J snares into whieK~those
nearer the perfection of all human et- ' lax' bur' energies, we shall be left by the important fact, tnnght alike by the j
i . who go blindly often fall.
The Trnateeé of Christian College have
is woalth— ft those before ns, anil pressed ami orowd.-...
r ulo a number rtf deairablo building l>»U
Monmouth, located convenient to ilio
treasure that can never lie taken Jrom cd out of the path by those behind^ and individuals, that in nt least three casta neighbor a azlvice, what anpi'nicriptfon henlxmld
Thîw -w» a generous. ptx>r rr.iffi^in San 9 om .
College Building, bi mena fona of lota, 82H
u«. If oncei In onr poiftession, it is onrs compelled to recognize our owu worth- out of five, presently is too late.
<’al., whQ*kan>ir.ir ’^(Mentally ij al a family in
put Mi it. The man replied:’*1! advl*
by ltó ft. ; price 8M.00 ooin.
forever; «nd, ntilike othor troosure, the i lestuiess for the aesociations of the vir
Ban Franchi» wp tWttlttte, rent Tfr< fe two 1 ftg,
Write un it,‘Begg,IS made I eje
Monmonth T/odge No. Ml, I. O. <1. T—
A moment’* work on cfey fei!« mire ttyrn an
n hig iii a fjotcMie intended should lx? private:
Meets every Friday evening, at 74 o’clock, in
11 is is all I can Frnro., I cm poor, n wvYking
. I ily to the mark nnd wit^ the prize, the- hocr'H’hUtr. onT brick. So work en bcirtl
lheir hall over the UdMengor office.
Ahoîd'l bé dr-ty^ before tbéy harden.
ten I can fe»i
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