The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, March 12, 1891 Page: 2 of 8
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JKFKKIiSON It.WIV rOKfKAIT.
Tl.n .. in I.IlK HHIliltO 'l) H til btf
1 of the profound
rev rence for the memory of Jelferson
David wliioh dwell- not o ly in the
hearts of those wl o on tho battle
f..l!n of the civil war fought for the
lywt Cause.but also as de ply in tho
.or i ho pnrition that has succeeded
that titanic coufh 't.
As ex-Oovernor Lubbook who was
on the staff of the president of the
Confederacy aiil in his addieas lasi
night presenting the picture of his
beloved chief to the great suite of
Texas Jefferson Davis is not (lend.
He exists in that oiler and higher
life Hi. tspreals out beyond the pres-
ent extending to infinity. He is on
that other whore with L-e Stonewall
Jackson an 1 other great commas ern
He is not dead but living iu the
memories of millions for whose we 1-
fare and in who.se interest he waged
revolution that urn aged the world arid
hook this government U. its centre
Governor Lubbock was intimately
associated with JiHon-on )avis ofli
cii 11 and personally. Fan iliar with the
leading characters in the blood
drama of 18G1-5 he had ample op-
portunity of forming a just estimate
of the man.
His conelnsion expressed in his
address last night was that J Q'ursun
Dvi was ne of the greatest if not
tie greatest man our country has
produced. Is it at all improbable
that this will be the verdict of cold
impxitiil histor; after the passions
and prejudices engendered by the war
betweeu the states shall have passed
aw a ?
Grant Bberm n Sheridan were
Ticto ious conquerors lecause backtd
by overwhelming numbers. JtU'eon
Davis' mas er mind out of chaos cie-
ated a separate govern men t (r hii'xi d
large armies and for four years stood
the ternlli'' dm k "f ih.- f n---n of . n
old and established government with
illimitable renources at its command
and practically aided by all the gov-
ernments of the civilized world. He
rode the whirlwind and amid
the dingerous sublimity of
the conflict in which
the stars and bars went down forever
Jeff rson Davis Blood calm collected
defiant unbending immovable as the
mountain peak Hgiiinet which the
raging storms beat iu vain.
The greatness of the l'ret-ident of
tho Confederacy will shine out to
Posterity. Let the portrait of his
features rest in tho archives of oi.r
state government for the beiulH of
future generations of Texas.
THE riiOOE-iSION WIMi I'KOCBF.D.
Hon. Joseph Nalle in a profuso and
emphhlic letter published in Tim
Statksman's local columns this morn-
ing announces his intention to bring
suit against the city to restrain the
collection of the water tax. It fairly
sputters with virtuous indignation
and as a warning to the population is
a forcible n minder of the redoutable
Mr. Knoilgrass at the tune he made
bis formidable assault to rescue his
friend Pickwick. Mr. Snodgr-iss came
to grief and the procession proceeded
Hon. Joseph Nalle will come to grief
be will pay the tax and the procession
will procted without interruption.
As amended by its enemies the city
charter has passed both the senate
aud house and awaits only tho gov-
ernor's signature to become a law. It
is by no means what itslricnd wnnt-
eJ.it is in one material particular
seriously crippled it does uol give
the pjwer to make such street im-
provements as Austin must have but
such as it is left us we will take it
with a hearty Amen I
According to Mr. Depcw's state-
ment as published in the dispatches
this morning the question of the
criminality of himself and other offi-
cers of bis road who have been ar-
rested in connection with tho recent
tunnel disaster turns on the reU'.ive
safety of the steam heating and stove
beating systems ia the cars. Dcpew
ays one is as dangerous as lheotlur.
Senator Keakiiy failed to kill the
Austin city charter but he is entitled
to the proud distinction "he did what
ltisu-eltss to go to llot pnnfs
when S-txet will cure you and cost
A BREEZY I.FTTFR FIIOM THE STATES
1 lie L'fie
of Soriflmm Fond For
-Hio t ry For an I'nllmlled
CoinuKe of (silver.
The rich make a great display of
their wealth except on the assessors
The best way say the Texas Farm
and Ranch to tell whether an e.'g
will produce a male or female fowl
to place it under a hen or in an incu
bator until the inside of it is naicneu
out then feed ine result ui-m
.i ..It olinnl
hair-grown or larger if necessary. 11
ickle feathers and an aggressive mien
are developed the specuueD is proba
bly a male. If not a male id is proba
bly a feuiHle.
A Kansas man has just received
letters pitent for the invention oi
machinery for the manufacture of arti-
tlcial eggs. Ttie artificial is said to re
semble the niitur.il product in all par-
ticulars. The inventor says he can
manufacture Ht least one car load pi r
lay at aco-t of three cents per dozen
with machinery that will cost only
$500. What next?
The ca'penter the mason the ma-
hinist the black-mitli ca i ewi tell
ou at what price lie can per
loini for you a certain piece
of work in his line but what
fanner can tell what it will cost to
raise a bu-hel of corn or at what price
he can afford to sell a pound of beef a
year hence? There may be a sort of
general averntre which is obtained
from ear to y.-ar found bv comparing
a long serie or yesrs togeiner our oi
any particular year no one can predicr
the ield of bis fa-iu. This shows I he
necessity for brains and business
la'-nltv in funning.
The' New England Homestead says:
Five e.oii.aire o. American Mlver will oe
it b g thing for American speculators
and miner-.. Certainty and this is hii
incident that the public don't lancy.
But how about tn holders or pout and
owners ol gold mines? Haven t they
profited by the demonetization of
Mlver in the past seventeen years for
more 1 ban the silver men w ill ne bene
titled by liee coinage now? Neither
point is vital to the issue iuvolved
Out one is a lair a-swer to tne other.
A bnl'etin iu-t iss.i i by
acricultuiiil experiment i tat ion de.d
with ihe value of sorghum us eniile
lo.'d. Experiments veie commenced
1. To discover liy analysis th dif-
ferences that mi--lit exist iu ihe dif-
ferent vaiieiies of sor'hnn.
2. Todi-coer any difference in the
ci inn si i ion of sorghum b-twe-ti Me
time of ' dou.b state" and the time of
3. To llnd its value as fod stuff and
4. To estiiinte the amount of plant
fotd rtuiovtd from the soil by one
The experiment has shown that
there is very l.ttle difference in i he
Iced value of the various vsrie-
ties. Eighteen a icchnrine and nine
iii'ii-saccharine vnrii ies were planted
and aimlyzeil at various singes of llieir
growth. '1 ho loi-iner were found to
eoiiiain lest dry or mineral mutter
tli'.n the hitter but was much richer
in suuar sta cli etc.
It was also demonstated that the
newer cine renched maturity th'-
L'l'e .ter ibe iuerea-ein cri.de Int. and
decrease of ci udu fibre or woo ly mate
ral. That t bore was an increase ol
protein or nitrogenous matter as well
as of carholmliatts.
From this we learn tlmt the nearer
ripe i he richer tho loud. bur. if more
1 1 in it two cr ix aie deiuaml -d (iiialit
must tie Biici llice.l to nil ex'i'-.t to
nuantiiv. The heads are much mor
vam.ible than the stalks ow ing to the
larue amount ol unlet iu r tie latter.
A table is given showing theaniount
of plant tood removed by crops ol
sorghum wheat and corn. A-sumin
that the green soigtiuiu weiglieil iei
ions to the acre wheat twenty bush
els and corn tb rty bushels. Thi
no.s that forgliuiii natures very
lit 1 1 o in. -re nil rogeu than wheat and
corn but the hum tint f phosphori.
acni deinaiiU' d is about t tiree times a
much as for wheat and corn while the
potash in its composition isfourorlive
limes a huge.
Tins proves the exhuu-tive character
of the sorghum crop au objection long
urged ngain-t it.
The conclusions arrived at bv the
experimenter are i-uinmed up thus:
1. Jl is oelter so tar as nutrition is
concern. d. to let it nearly mature
before cutting but if intended for hav
it slion ki be sown thick and cut earlier.
The siiccharitie varitt esnre to be
preleri-t ii to t lie iioii sncchaniie. but
tietwoeii the saccharine there seems to
be but little diffeieijco iu nutritive
y. It is an exhaustive crop removing
more iuiuerrti matter trout the sol
man is removed by either corn or
4. It is a good milk producer when
icti iu uiegr.en stme witli other tli v
led. Its digetibility compares favor
ably with that ol coin except lor th.
iiitrogeiious matt r
There is a who out ry throughout
the wetand south for a'lne unlimited
coinage of silver a cry lias d .'ii a
h.izy idea that dt liars cutild then 1)h
ac.piired with a facility iu ex .ct ratio
to their increased luiniiier. Farmers
are i.ot innocent nf this charge and
the demand for an inc. eased coinage
conies largely from the f.irmi. g eliiv.
Whle the doubling of our
ciiculatioii per capita wou'd not give
every Hum two dollar-? where he tia-
now but one. it would tie of great ad-
vantage to the debtor class hut at the
expense of tbe creditor. Wit'i an in
creased circulation i.o matter wlnther
it is iu th form of gold silver or
paper co loi g as they are iinercliw g
able it will bo easier to possess one's
AUSTIN WEEKLY qT X TEM
-elf of the atinighty (lolUr. but the
eaier ol acqiiisi1 ion the le s will be i f
pui-chtsing p wer. If the cir. ulati...
ulioiild .e raised from if 11 t $IS pe
-piiH the piircha-ing power ot th
ib. liar w ill be l. ss tUaii at p.e.s"lit. a
even the value of money to a great
extei t depend- on its p em ilulu. ss i
scarcity. Tins clunge would prob
ab y but no certaiul-. operate to th
ml viiniiiLTe of I In- f inner.
The v.liin of ihe d .liar beins: de
ereiised he would irct unTof ill-ill I
Irs iiiodtn-e. but on the other hand h
would have to pay ncre of them t
Mi yiliing be might purchase so th
when the h.l:ince was struck he might
have In 1 1-t ml van ae beyond tn.
nl.uMire of fiiiiidbng the cash. Hu
when it came to paying off debts Con
traeted duiing the period of M-an-e.
dear inoiiev. be would gain theadvai
tage and this is why the capitalists ol
the eat are kicking so vigorous!)
against an increased ciiculatioii.
Thev have lent their dear money
and naturally obje.-t to be repaid u.
chean money. 'J h-Y aie raising
howl about the inju-dice of such an
arrangement and it inut lio owueil
that some hardship might at erni th
reformation but these aiue howlers
forget the rever.-ed condition of thiugs
twenty live years ago. Then the
ruined farmers of the south who ha
borrowed money on a depreci ited
paper currency had to repay their
debts and m erest on a gold b isU los
log bv the trail-action 45 to 7i editi
on the do lar.
If the inieiesta of the people demand
hii increased currency tbe p.ople inus
have it even if the bloated boud ho.d
ers has to forge small tractions ot an
FAH.MKIl VS. LAXDOWXKR.
In some parts of Texas says the Live
Mo.-k Journal only negro labor can
be secured and landowners are com
pel led to farm out their lauds to tli.ni
on the sli ire. In tact it is gettng
to be a rire thing for owners to re-erve
any part of their farms for their own
use. The ellcet or this it is ieard
willlie to eliminate all interest of the
owners in the crops further than lb.
collection ot the relit and to depreci
ate tho value of the laud. The Agri
cultural Jou nal c 'luiueiitin.' on tins
tendency says: Wherever and when-
ever thin sytclll prevail- you will find
low price lands poor crops high rate
of iutere-t. low wages and gradual de-
cline of rents ami these condition-
never have and never will contribute
to the pro-perity of a country. The
lands will become poorer the owners
poorer and the laborers poorer. It de
stroys ene'gy en ou rages idleness
contributes to ignorance and loss ot
uifiihoud and will end sootier or later
iu the loss of the land.
In the newer fanning sections of the
state there are so far but few negroes
and it is lo be hoped that whether
1nev move in or nor the old nine cum
toiuof farmers superintending their
own farms will obt tin there. Next to
every fanner owning his own laud we
class in imp..r ance t lie walking of
every farm by or under the immedi-
ate supervision of its owner.
KFKKCT OF TRKKS ON ANIMAL L1FK
The relation between plant and
annual life is closer than geueralU
undeistood It is a tact all th- wor d
over that leaves are pre n in color
exempt in some p'auts that assume a
different hue as they pass maturity
The greenness is due to the pr. sem-e
of a suisttiiue called ctilorophvl. The
nnporiaiice of leaf structure to "lie
health of large coinuiuniti.-s is too
much overlooked and if there were a
more general appreciation of this fact
i line wouui iiudoiib edlv be more
tiees found in cities than at present
Leaves of plants daily reimive from
the lower strata of t he atmosphere al
that the brea'h of animals throw into
it a lull grown tree iu a crowded th. r-
oughfare beii g in fact an atmospheric
lifter. tins important work howevei
can only be car. ied on under the
stiin u Us of sunlight for without th
sun the power of absorpti'-n ceases.
What is called growth iu a plant i
in. rely the power of the plant to avail
pselt ol and convert to its owu use th
energy of tbe sun.
In a 1 trees and plants every ler.f i
so placed that it gets i s maximum of
'iinliglit. and iu th s coiisi.-ts the seer
of the difference in the shapes of Lave:
and plants. I he veetible kingdom
as know n to usis bur. the re.-ult. f vas
ages of contention between plant and
plant in which iiie race has ben to
the swilt aud the battle to the strong
Lives of others oft remind us
Married life ni iy be sublime.
We irtist to be forgiven this parodv
of lines f-om Lougt. How's immortal
"Psalm of Life." Husbands who are
wis. and ttioughtful know tha- t
happiness of the home dnend.-
largely ou the health of the mistress
of the house. Many are the tiski-wbi.-h
daily confront her. How can
a woman contend against the trial
and worries of houseke. pi g if she bi
s fler ng from those digressing irreg.
marines aumen's ami weaknesses
pe nliar to her sex? Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is a specific f.
these diso ders. The only remedy
sold by druggists under a po-itive
guarantee fr.m ttie manufacturers
Sa'isfa tion guaranteed in every ca e
or money refunded. See printed guar
antee on bottle wrapper.
A Delightful Conceit.
a most ueiiutiui concert was
given at K iutid Rock Friday evening
hy the pupils of Miss Lull King. Th
programme was ot t ne iiignest onlei
and gave much credit to Miss King
who is i most accomplished puni-t
I'he opera house was picked. Tin
.s. Ji. u. sign l.eiugout. io..g netore tin
concert commenced. Ihe inevitabl.
piano drummer "Del" was there too
mil say 8 the event is one long to bi
Put Me in My Utile Red.
I am dizzv. dizzy dizzy;
A ml I want t j go lo bed.
I've no appetite to eat
And headache racks my head.
Tn other words I am sufleriiiir I'r.im i
Uilious ii'ta.-k but Lr. Pi -roe's P ea-an
IMIeiswill bring nie around a I ruin
.minnow. I liev olten cure hea.l.iclie .
an Hour. i nave luumi ineiu ue h. s
aihitrno pill in existence. I liey pru.tiic
no liauea or griping btt no ilieir wurl
tliorniun y. They aie convenient to c.irr.
in the vegi pocket and pleasant to take. 1.
vials 25 cents.
W TH-ltTUY M Ttf!TT 19 1H
LISP OK bElTEItS.
Following is the list or letters remaining
incalle.l for and advertised at Ihe Post-
Ifire at . Au-tiu. Tex. for the week ending
cro'id Kniimimi is BlaiKh. 2210 S;in An
lirnwii A.l'iie inrs(.') tnni.. s'reet
'urke Annie Rurmw Amelia mias
Ii .wen A Deh mrs 15u dep. U .nimie miss
!r..wn. f! jr mrs li al Mary mrs
.;npnian Margaret t:ieai.-iri Carrie mrs
mrs Cratic'c A miss
Tarter Viney mis' (J.irwiu. S.itbIi E mrs
.'a rut hers Sjiillie mrs Datihury. Matiie miss
Da .glierry H K nirs Kinds Am C
Kisner tier ie miss licks. Famde miss
lla.iiiiion.L.iiiisuiurs llolines N E miss
ildl Siiloe nos ilaniilion. K d inra
'(..lines Froices mrs lack on 1'lly miss
John-on Florence Kenm dv. Fanny miss
mrs Kelly. Allu.e miss
K. inn solar Mary mrs L"e baiua
l.ee. Jennie miss bull KMzabeth miss
Sorlerslia miss Love Mm lie I miss
Lxw-.son It.ixie M.aclieam. U A miss
iIiIIt An miss Martni Ciilhe mrs
McDaviil. Kalemrs(2)MHgnes K ilie miss
Morris Lillie ni'ts Miller. M V mrs
McGee Malvina Mayrs Minnie
Nelson Allie miss Peonies Dora miss
urice C C mrs Pierce Allie mrs
Pate Annie miss K dgers Nina mrs
llohiiiMi.n Min. de mrsli iherts. A H mrs
liiclnrds C O mrs Heed Etne mrs
It-ed H M mrs 2 Hehiniin. billie mrs
Kivets.Malviiia mrs-2Rolinsoii Rudi miss
aw-uiey. name nuss Hansnme. Karali
mi.. w t Al mrs HMarkes Fannie mrs
Schwartz Augusta Baunders Mabel miss
nuss Sisen Mary miss
Smith Ki'tie miss Swiliey J .'die li
S.ii th K B mrs Session Ehen mrs
I'a lev h I) mrs Winks tlhira mrs
Wright Lula miss Walthers. Minnie miss
Anderson F J
Andrews J homasi
Wlniiis IS F J in i ue
Aniler.)ii A 112
Amest. J"o M
Kryaiil. G W
Bishop A E
Uurke Wm M
lieufoM. It A
Hows. J M
Hrowii J T it Cs
Uavis J D
J inner Sam
Kvans. J If
(ilium J W
Anderson Juo T
I iaies Uho
liriinett J P
itlin k S J
Handy .1 M-2
Cran J Ji
( 'urn ley J D
Draper A L
I) 'b- Isaac
K.twar.ls P R
F iller K K
Uo-sancy J H
irk F J
ireen AlbrtA Mary Hard-'iiian H B
lleavner. vv A
Haynie L B
Jeenor. N B
Jones John T
Lock tt I) M
Moore. M M
M L-iin. .1 W
M C .lines L R
Manliness Willie J
Norris W R
O c er L
Plainer U A
Paitim J B
Robinson 0 iver
R. iters J It P
Robinson j 0
8iro.pe D rk
Stollwond H T
Shop Joiiu E
Booit K A
Williams. N B
Ilariwijr L E
Hak j -uis
Hur on F A
doll v. Murny
Jusk. J E
iL'lit I n
heund J E
Mil son. Jas II 2
Miller. II T
Ala i his vV J
Niickh s Nellie
Nale J. rry
Uliver II use
U. id Will
llicker. B C
Slosn Geo It
Saunders J M
Seals I uinie
Ward fe Riley 4
Z; ringer J no
Wash iiuro James 2
Washington Geo W
Rachmand .1 D
To obtain any ol these letters the ap-
plicant must say "advertise.!" pny one
ce ta.ul Kive dalMof lis . Have vour let-
ters addressed in care of vour street and
nii..iler. If not called for in two weekf
iney will he sei.t to the dead letter office ai
J. C. UiiGiiEsr P.M.
Tlie Bird of VId"m.
An owl snt. no in a. liii.Li.ru ma
VndsaidiQau impudeut uian'oer to
"Ter-hoot! Ter-hootl ter-hoo! "
T nsked her politely ' You loveK bird
"Have you of the 'Golden Discovery
che ruflled her feathers and epoke but
That itreary monotonous "Who? '
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is a warranted lung liver and blond
remedy a powerful tonic and altera-
tive and a relitble vitali.er for weak
persons; a panacea for scrofula hip-
j. lint diseases fever-sores swellings aud
'imiors contains no alcohol and is a
medicine withont a peer. There is no
risk in i.uying a guaranteed article
Your money back if it don't bentfiior
The Worst CoukIi iiii lie Cnrtd in Two
Get two lot lea of Pe-ru-na; then
t our ounces of rock candy and put
hlf of it iu ea h liottle of l'e-ru-n
I'nke iu tible poon'ul doses every
tlin e liourc. Tliis dues not r lieve
itc re For the first t-ree or four
days there is no improvement in the
CJiif h hut from then i here is a grad-
ua improvement until at the ud of
two wiek it in completely cured. It
nuyerf ijlx. Wlievher iheco ghi&due
to iiu-ipit-i t cons'-niptioii or duoni.-
r ncliitj.o )r whether it i cuisnd
fro n a heavy cold. P -ru na is a hi.p
'''li'. Aha. Mrv Fri'r.. Knv 1 r
?erce City Mo. writes: "i Hd
.ii u nption. I was .o .i lined lo the
led iind Hie doctor said he could (In
'lotfiint; fur me. I whs entirely cured
f'.v peven hotrtes f Perii iiu" A
pim.h!eton catarrhal ili.-e.ises pent
Iree hy the Peruna Medicine Company
'1 V.OIU111UUS u.
Ex; e -ts nt Palestine.
Palestine lex. March 7. llurglari en
tered the grocery store of Geo. A. Writ-lit
'i Mam si reel Inst night ami r.fled ihe safe
akiiiK $130. Tliey entered tbe rear door by
awing out a i-qnare hole. Iilni.dlioiind
. re i.ii on ihcn ir.ul. mil. woiil.i inn in...
1-..V rlue lo the r .libt-r l.ni iluy are hiii.
p m d In br fxi.er s wwo Imv Iihimi dniiu a
greai deal of robbery iu the state.
W. H. PIREBAUGH & CO.
Canton Clipper and Avery Plows
Farming Tools Carpenters
and Butchers Tools
TINWARE B ARB AND SMOOTH WIRE.
"Cagtorla is so well adapted to children that
I recomini'U'J r w superior to .uy prescriptiua
Known to mt H. A. Aiicuizn M. D.
Ill So. Oxford St. ErocityD N. T.
Kaar I. a G. W. R.
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IDR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY
a day. It will prevent CraipT? I1 wiU check a CM la i
I in time ' Yoi can't afford to Kftlwuf U W1011 lf taken
1 8100 in Doctor's bills-may save vor t .2.?..Ct;nt bott e. na7 I
g to W. II. Hogkeb & Co.. 46 WMt nm
ask for the"
I irastilnpnr. h
Tm Thf It'll ;
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ia5mSbrjipJ CO W'-.;icacturer3 am State Agfnts. TAT.T.AS. TEX.
A COLD IS INFLAMMATIONj
Specific Directions. !
IP A COLD IN THE HEAD apply- .
Pond'a Extract (diluted one-half)
by a nasal douche or nufl tt or
vaporlzo It over a lamp and Inhale
tho funics through tho none
IF 1IOAKS2 garslo with Pond'
Extract several lliuca daily.
IF THE TIIKOAT IS SORB
aud NECK STIFF rub tho ncclc
thoroughly with Pond's Extract
and on rcllrlns wrap tho noclc
In a woolen blindage saturated
with Pond's Extract and pro
tected by ait outer wrapping.
IF THE LIJNGS A ICE SOIIE
take a tcaspoouful of Pond's liX-trut-t
four or five times dally.
IF THE LITCIEH ACHE and are
u-c rub thciu vigorously with
FOR CHILBLAINS bathe with.
I'oiid'a Extract and bandage with
elothKnt!iruted with Ponu's Ex-
tr t. IlcHiug gsiickly Mopped.
BUT d i.ot jtnreUiiNC some cheap
Mtbwtil iilc and expect it to do what
I'ond'ii IC-iitrtu-t ICe Mitre you.
have genuine article. Inilo only
by Poiid's Extract Co. New York
Caxtnrla nircs Tollc Conxtip itfon
Su'ii-Moum. h DiaiVlm-n lT.i.-iuiion
Kuls Wo.iiLi jjiveji sleep and promotes .
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DO YOU CGL'.iH?:
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thing Are you awaro tliat it often fastens on the I
"ST STARTED WITH A GOLD.":
Can you afford to neglect it? Can tou trifle
with so serious n. m.n i r. ? a . " JU . ue J.
ii - v.yoi!r ruggi.st for it or write?
IS tlVV 1 (IT I. Tt f I rlr m
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f-.v..r; i . oro "fls ft SPrincr Cultivator boon so
vri'ii. 11 "y mo .tuniiora na xi:o
It Is simple hi nil lis d-'tnils nndi
i'yv;""lfu' . 1 "'"e found ia nootlior. 'lae
mlr n J w?lu 0.Sicln or nurrow whir h nl.o
Is a npat stpnl nr.rt 1 ...
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