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, , CONNECTICUT EASTERN NEWS . • CRAS. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN EN'rERPRJSING PAPER FOR ENTERPRISING' PEOPLE. PRIDE THREE CElTS. VOL. I. ... rU or iA tb. LoadOll LuI .. 1 lOy' "-' m •• ,·OJ) ia a eure for MIloer in !too _ly .\ageL """"'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' Crocked " b .. t ia beaomiDg Ibo I •. .orito feed for oatU. and boga Th. N ... York .Mail and EIpreli profeuea to beIie.e tbat Ibey will .... at cak. aad }lie n. .t ;', ,======., ~rdiAg to tb. Medioal Pr .... in Germany a man "bo 10_ bolh bio haada in an aooidont C&D. claim the "bol. of his life insurance mone,. if lao be inaured. on th. ground lbal b. hu loci; the meaDS of mainw.iniDa bimoolf. A 10 .. of tb. rigbt hand red_ lb. ela.im to from eigbl7 to -17 per _t. of &be "*i. A. Baeton dtuggiat claims to haTe 4iIco"ered ~. lubtle compound that will depriTe a eat of iii l'oice without impairing t-be mental, moral or pb,.~ IIiotJ powc.... . of the animal. If thi. be tru, obeerves the Detroit Free Pre-, hi diaoo •• rylbonld at ono. be dedi· .. led to the pnblio and a f.lin. denealiaation oommiaion .. tabliohed iA _y progreui •• oity. The .. orld , !au fongbl oater .. auling .. itb bootjack. and profanity too long ... it is. Th. kno .. l.dg. Ibal nearly all clay eoDWU aluminum, And that alumiD· • am ia eyer1 da1 becoming of createl importanoe from an inckaHrial ltand .. poiA~. tompta one to look with greed,. 0,." apou Nch clay baDk h. _ &ad malt. mo"tal eatim.teo of tb. .. oeIlb .. aiting to be .ho .. led out. Tho cli8louIIy of obtaiAing tb. metal from clay, howe1"er, add. the New York Mail end Expr.... reDd.n it prohibiti_ Ita obi.f 80"''' io t.asit.e. • mineral ooourriug in quaa.WJ iA At ...... end tha lOulberD AppMoebian ftiley. but lb. oontinu· ity of Ibe nin baa liot bean d.ter· IDiIIod. There ia. farlan. waitiAg for tb. II1&1l "h., de ... iIeI • oomDllrcial .meLbod 01 reducing aluminum from oIa,.. TIlo AUauta Oonatitntion obeor. .. : itA 1MIlg man of 81'111 the ma.t brilllut talenl who dnoteo himMlf on. tiNI,. to u-.. will ba .... er,. bard tu.. ual_ he baa an iAoomo tbat will IIlPport hi.... In tbio ooun.., t.horo iI ... U onrproduotloll of ..... UiI .. 4 10 mala oompetitioll tIoM '"""1 literary man wi1l Ind i' --.... ·facto." to ban 801110 ....... ........ pet;OD that will maIto hi", • 1I""c. H. eon thon e"'plo;, bio lot. ... ...... iA ... ilulg. and if it bringe I_lia ,no_1 mIUOIlaloiay ho ..i ll ba. . IOmothing him. Wo belie .. that .... no ... not depeDdoDt apon tho .... iAp of th.u pena"iIl do bettor .. ork tbaD tho haJf-nor.ed writan .. ho. dail,. ..... d depeDda apoll tha MMpIon .. of an artiel.. There io no pod reoeon .. by a oto." .. riter. m. torion or poet Ibould not folio .. oome profoeaion or bnaiA_ .... d do bio Ii'enry .. ork.t night .. hen tho &pirit - hi.. 8ach work 1b0ll beao ..... ;. r-'ion. oed it io likoly to b. of ....... quality then .. hon it io foroed • ...." day 00 • rogaIor teak. Thooe - ... 1I0t ne .. by ... ;, ......... bat _ tha young mten who are rinDs up their beet olwi ... in lifo while lb.;, ... ....w..r for lb. un .. rlain ro .. arda of IItonlaN lhDuld gi.. Ibem duo """,'id ...... oa Tho AUauto loanial maintoina that tba importon.. of tha hone .... 0.., oniliood _I .. wi1l no ... ' opiD be _ peU" it h.u been. Veob.,ioel ~ tha nrio .... pplicationa of --ad e1Mtrioil7. ban groaU;,ro. <hood tha praotioel ftI... of IaonM, ud '"'1 day lb ...... to .. hioIi tha;, ... pat art booolllliAc 10..... Th. ~ - !au aImiIot olltiNly dIoopJIMIId. It baa ~oniohed from tha cii'leo, ad non tho to .. na ... d riJIogoo DOw ba .. th.ir elootrio..... Bioy elM are becoming more popul.r. TIle,. .... no 1_ need mer.l;, for I' • CII' .......... buiza-._. ... _ and ... bubon reeid ... t. IiId &IMm indiopenoobl.. The bicyolo II • po ..... al feotor In Ihe . leognE ..... &be hone. Anoth.r agonoy .... to bin.., him out of nae ia th. """""'J;nia with ita fr.qaeat trip. ad low f..... A bone io too lio .. ud upeuin to oompete with bia no .. riftia. TIle dacr_ doroand for bio _ ii ... Iou bad • ponJ;rsiAg oIoot On Me 1..-ftl.... Th. onbetitn. .... of .... Ie aad tho troll.y for "-power 011 _t .... thr ... man, tho_da of good ho .... 0" tho mar. W u.d oouequ8ntly the pri~ ot , .... a..b baa f&lIon ~ery low. It:iJ .... iaiac to Me how cheap hor ... art 1P'l,..Jl"~. II AMIata ODd iA ... .,,'Other big mAr' . ... • ...... eon be bougbt for 150 ..... II II pod .. an;, bore. tbal .... \IIa& _ woodd...... puohue<1 .... ,... ..... Pnqaoatly owneN 01 ..... odftriiw lbal they .. i11I.t .n,.· W;,laoft thee for thoir food u.til ... eon set. ~Iter oll'.r. Th.glor, of ... bono baa deperled. ..•.. .. ~." cried Pooahonloe. .... e....u-t f.th., po"Nd. · ..... 7ft realise," .&i tl .b~. Uihat .... ' rt b ~ job of killiDg oil .. till ,... lai.u ,.0" won'L ".U . ....... .... to ~r'-Ia4iAapo1il NIA ~TIC"· CONN .• TUESDAY .• DECEMBER 4, 1894 NO. 12 WHEN SHE 'WAS NEAR. lI:y mother', hOlU't waa boner, Her ktu WIll Aweeteat balm. lud thougb tbe world"u full or . torm Her lap wat full of calm. oJer arm. aud breut were flUed with reat, Her emile wa •. tan of Joy, lad lICe "A' dear wben .b ~ was near And J a little bor. rb. world" full of golden gin .. ADd ret my.plrit .IKM htweea tbe graoloa.. IOIl'N\ g:05 And happy by ... d·brea. (am I-wearr 01 the c.'\J'i!I That flU tbe Il". ol meo 1 (would I were. IItile oblhl WlthiD. tboee arrDI agalD. 'or my mother', heart Wall hoaer, .4.Dd bH' .k" WU .weetelt balm. lad tbouRh tbe werll' ... full or atorm. a.lap W'U fall of calm. 801' arma and breut were filled with rett, Ber amtle wu faU of Joy, lDd 1I1e wy dear wben .be W:1I n81lr, And la Ultle bor. -Nlxo" Waterman. • "Is Life Worth L~ving?" ORMAM BRO· k.", .tood at hia study win· do", Jooking out at the d,.ingda,.. The weatern sky w.. all aglow with. warlike m~n, that, a"a,. aboTe hie head •• ollened into. roay pink. BuHh. Prof .... r .... Dot thinking of the lunsel Hi. fioely moulded fe.turee wore an expr8l8ion of .. &ariD .. and his intelleotual blue ey .. looked out from UDder hie . luxuriant brown culo .. ilb. oettled mal· .... hol,.. He .u young-in tact, juat ,"wenty· lix-but hia drea ga'Y8 him the look of a mucb older man. Hill coat did lIot 6t him and hia "hole attire ,; .. .... 1 ...... d old f .. hioned. eXE'roiso to·night, and he Itruck out "Grace-whit il the l .. t name?" he into a bri,k walk down one of the aaked, IOrawling her name in hie book. quiet 1t.reeta. Olouda had been gather· "Hamilton," ahe said, ADd he iDg while he"u at dinner, aDd lOOn thought tbat a pre",. name for suoh a big rain drops ~ to faU. He hur- oruelyoong woman. riedly opened. hi' wide Ipreadi~r um· The Proteuor had apprebended dire brella. Jut then an exclamation ot and dreadtul thinga from tbat cl .. , in dism.y ten on his ean. ,philolophy, but he "." happily, not He turDed and saW', crouing the doomed to experienoe them. He .... street, in the fnn glare of the eleotrio a gentleman and he treated the young lighl. a ,.oung lady -i" the pretti •• t ladi.. oourtooaaly. Tbat heing all of falJ cOitubleL She bad no umhrel" they wanted, they smiled on him ~and the rain wu beating ruthleuly ably in return ud said he " ... "quite down on her large "eI'Yet h"t with its nioe. U mua of wa'Ying plumBL AI abe oaugbt There were, ne'Yel'theleu, Dot waDt· aight of the ProfeuoT her faoe bright· ing revd.tiona for h1m. He at fin, ened, ud with _ ~n impulaive bound chari~tT refrained from "quiasiqn ab. otoo4 betide him WIder lho am· Ib.;,oa"g ladi ... -uDd", ' th. impr .. • brella. mon that their minda were unadapted She raiaed appealingly a faoe ao to grapple with the abltraotioD8 ot oapti'YatiDg in its girlish fresbness philosophy. What was hia am •• ethet even the Pro feasor'" grave ment to diaco'Yer on the 4rst eIloIDinafeltor,,_, ahaded by the umbrella, soft- tion, that one ot the two candidat .. ened into a emile. Long luhea 'Yeiled for highest marks was a young woa pair of the lovelieet hazel eye9 that mao, and that one Grace Hamilton. ever ligbted up "'Yeritable roaebud He Watt Done the le8s gratified And faoe. Perhapa the featnr(la were not the next time he met her he stopped qaite r.gnIar-tb. n08. had a littl. .nd told h.r how pl .... d he "oa with indepeadent "yl. of ito own. bnt the -h.r .. ork. And he ..... glad th.t he lipa were very red, and the little had done so when he saw the pretty anburn curIa just Ihowing under the fto.h 01 pleuure it brought to her wide hat brim completed a tout en- face. IOmble that .... bewitching. So intereated did the Profe88or be- Th. Prole ... r mdd.nl,. r.ooll.oted oom. in this bright pupU of hio thai bim .. lf and .tammor.d : h. would fr.qa.!'II,. bring h.r books "Certoinl1-of .ooar .. -I Iball b. from hia pri.at. libr.ry to .h.d light "ery glad. n on dark problem., and he .at 1I11l" uThanks a .. fuUy : ,.ou're 10 kind, ~ . priaed to l1nd how quickly an bour or returned the yOUDg lady, walking two would slip away while ae 'WU exalODg beside him. "I did hate to plaining things to her. m.n my n .... d .... and bat. I juot got During thooe ."int.r monlbe the tbem from home yeaterday. I'm a young Profe8l0r W&8 pauing through uDi'Yeraity atudent," me e:splained, lOme .mnge phue. ot life. He w .. beUbut.. . I live in New York. I IUppoee ginning to dieco'Yer that with .U hie anybody eloo .. oald bave got com· kno .. ledge eom. thing. h. had 1et to pl.tel;, drenohed before th.y·d h... I ... n. .. ked to .har. Ton ainbrella wlthoat Not Kant nor Bohopenhaa.r had being inlroda .. "!. but I thoaght you ••• r told him .. h.t. oharmi.., Ihing wouldn't mind. You're lUl'e you a aweet young wpm.n can be, nor had Behind him .tood hia d .... from don'I?" ell hi. math.matl" taught him to ... wbic.b he had juet riseo, ooyered wiih "Quite lUre, said the Prof8l8Or, timate the tace 'Yalue of a amile. He papera, peDcila and ponderoua 'Yolumee laughing. Thi ... u rather .muting. aeemed to be entering into a Dew in lDaDY languagel. In hia hand he LiftiDgthe umbrella a 'little more o'Yer world in tbeae latter day.. He wonotill h.ld the I .. t Ib .. ta of a theaia h. h.r. h. uked, .. it\ fatherly patron· dared that h. had nn.r notio.d b.fore had been writiag ,.hea the .untigbt ego: ho .. brigbt tho .un ahon. ...d ho .. bad deoerted him. It ".. entiU.d. · ·M.y I 10k "bat .. ork JOg er. pur- blu. the .ky "Y. "Ia Life Worth Living?" and was de· suing at the uni"enity'" With aUthi.re'YoluiioD uking place liped tor a pop'lllar maguine that III? Ob, I punne Greek ud Eng- under the Prof8llOr'. brown 01U'. bad roqaootod oo",etbi.., fro", bio lioh ... d hiota." .... d French. .to. ther. bad oom • . abo.t • ooml'~ .Itt. pen. Initlaehadpromoonclulinly. rm going to take pbllooophy' no'" amorphoeioin laiaextorn.hpp .......... qu,ot-ing freely from cluaic and Ger· term." He no longer wore .habb1 elothe., man authon, that thi. life of ourl, "Under whom?1t queried the.Pro· but walked tbe atreeta in the most tak.n·a11 in all. ia deoidedly not .. orth f.lIOr. wilbinteroet. styJilh mita tbat • oity taUor ooald the living. uUnder Prot8llOr Brokaw. He', de'Yile. Hef.1t qaite .. ti,S.d .. ith hi •• 1I'0rl a .. fally oIe .. r. bat th.y _;, h.'. jnat He had ne'Yer, with all bia erudi- Hia argument. seemed to bim lOund·Iy u cranky AI be oan be. " tion, taken a coune in the lOience of drawn and uoanawer.ble. He read HIlldeedlu ..... IIll .the u\ouuded 101'e, ud it wu long betore he could lbo lall .utenoo ..e r t ..i ce with .'ri. ProfOlOOr coald oj_l.to. . interpret to bimaelf theM Dew selllA-dent .ppro.a1 : "Andlo ... 'h. fair .. t · ·Y .. ; gotabimoelf ap like ....... bubbl. mortalo ob.... the ooon .. t Oro... It· •• pi';,. too. for h.'d bo tiona of hia. Wh.n .t length it it down.d upon him ,bat h. "'" eobnnt •• nd tUII. to nothing bUl a real h ... doom. if ha onl;,lme .. il. I tuaU .. iu 10'Ye with Gr.oe Hamilton he ..un d_il. .. ..atohed him in ohapel yoot.rday.:p:. ' ..... ppall.d .t hia audaoity. Ho IIatte....t himeelf that th.t "II baa boenillnl oy... 80 lorge .nd All 'bia tim. the .. eeks ... r •• lipratller ... 11 pnt. and b. jotted dO"D dr ..... ;,. and the lo .. h .. t hair I Bat piug by oue bT one and at last there lOme id... in. oontihuance of the he alway. lookl u , if he'd Ion hil lut h came a bright day in June when the thought, .. hioh 0 .. oald .labo .. te fri.nd. Perhapa you kno .. him?" - ProfNIOr realised that commencethat .vening. That ho hutily donned "SlighUy." r.plied the ProfOlOOr. hie o'fereoat, and, .. it looked like tor the drat time in hie honorable r.in. gruped an umbrella unfubion· career llooping to dUaimulation. ably luge and we~t out to hil dinner, "Tile1.y he hatea wom..n," Ihe which he took at a cafe near. contioued. "Be'. ne'Yer had any iii He atebia dinnerinlolitarYlilenCl8, hiI al .... , but lOme ot us an goinS nnbeedinglb.laaghl8r andjeotaof ir· to boerd the lion n.xt term. Wall • rapr.euible nudenb at tab181 all about here we are at my honae. .I'm 10 him. They oboe"ed him with • re- much obliged to you. Good night." .pectlul .tar .. for th.y kn ... tbat tbio And before th. Prof .... r oould re· young Profeuor w.. alread1 f4IDoue gain bia IeJ186l ahe had elipped Irom· in the iutellectual world and tbey telt under the umbrella and wu lone. • penonal pride in the honorar1 de· Di'Yided between indignation and gr ... that otller peopl. ..rote after amnaom.nt, the young prof .... r etrod. Ilia nom •• a1thougb h. nner did. bome, 80 Ibat w .... bat peoplB laid ment " .. only two daye .... y. He .. andered aboul aiml ... l,. all day try· ing to faoe the milerY of Dot HeiDg Gr... Hamilton all mmm.r. B, e'Yening he could endure it no longer. H. ,.ield.d to the prompting. of his heart and turned iAto tb. s.r •• t that led 10 ber honee. He found her alone OD the vine-eo'Yered side "erande. looking like a pic· ture in a dainty white drea, with a blue tringed eoarf thrown o'Yel her abouldora "I kno .. I · am .. Iflsh to t· ••• up you t.ime in thele lut daya, Mias Bamiltoll, n began ihe Prof8880r .polosetica1ly, "You ha"e 10 m.ny other triende who ha'Ye a better claim. on Th.y kno.. tbat hio pamphlet 011 of him-ho ..... oraak and h. bated "Phenomenality of Spirit" bad been "omen. It wu • ne. uperien.,. Da'Y. tranalated iAto fourte." dill'.reat Ian· ing .uob thiAge .. id to him. ...d ho guagea ud had re"olutionized modern didn't like it. But ' 'his eWeaI wve J wou. II Iboarlll on tbat .ubject. 10 .. ly." .. ere th.Y? H. had ootuell,. , Th. Prol .... r _I idly drumming blnlh.d in th. darkn_ "h.n .h. laid "Ob, no. iDdeed. d.c1er.d the with bio ftng.n on the ta bl .... aiti"g th.t .... d h. fonnd it 800ihiDr 110 .. to ,.oa.., Iedy. "I think dragging me for hia d .... rl. H. felt a balf pity. his .. ounded .. nit,.. ..faly Ihroagh the profanditi •• of half contempt, for people who could Would it be believed that the tint philolOphy all wintei ought to CODlaugh foolishly in liuch an empty thing the learned profeuor did on ititute a olaim if anything ooul J. We .. orld: 8troDilO .. numont for. you.., r_hing hia roo.... "00 to ...Jk girl .... er ... ;ring to-day we Iboagbt man t Bat !i;ormon Brokaw'. IIf. bad .tralght to tho mirror 0'" Ibo grato you'd boon .. ond.rfall;' good to 111." been a .trange one. Earl,. depri'Yed and Itudy himlCit with aU the intereet -'You didn't find me .. baJ. " ·10 a. of father Ilnu mother, he had been of a truhm.n? For tbe Brat tim. he upected, didyou?" said the Profeuor, bronght up by an uncle, a man di· noted that hia coat W&8 ah&bby, and a smiling. forced from hili 'WIfe. firm reeolve ahone in hiai ey... Hill "Why, we didn't e:speot-' abe be- Proud of Norman'a bright intelleet hair WUD.'t bad, perhapa, aad hia eyM PUt and then atopped in eonfuaion. hi. uncle had la'Yished money on hil -again the IWitt oolor came into hie HOb, yel, pardon me, but 10U did edueat.ioo, but the 10'Ye and oheri.hing taoe and with a bo,iab laugb he expect to encounter something terri-that are the in~erent rights of child- turned away trom the minor. ble when you 'Yontured into Proteuor hood tb. bo,. bad ne .. r kno .. n. After Hio theeia .tilIla;, on bio d.... Broka .. ·a olua. I bad it from yo ... rnduaiinlt and iaking a muter'a de. . "I don't teellike that u1 more to- own lipe. U glee at Harftrd be bad gone abroad night.," he .. id, and hethruat it inkt a "From miDe" and lpIIut two yearl It a German uni· amall drawer and tbre. himaelf iuto .~.. Let me tell you IOm.ihing. •• nity. .Hillifo bad been d .. titute of aa 0181 ohair to read. Do y~alom.mher heiDg oaugbt in • oooiaI pl ...... ee. H. had ""08ly roiAatorm ono night I .. t fell and .. alk· knOWD. a woman, D'Ye the old hoUle- ProfellOr BroDw had jut begun inR home under a .trauger'a umbrel. k .. per. hi.I80lure on the ftnt day of the n.d I.? You .. iIl reoell ,bat yoa .. id Hi. uocle, embittered by hi. own term. when the door opened and iD lOme 'Yery plain and UDcomtoruble aadesperienCJe, bid warned bim_gainat walked Us "ery demur. young 1acl.iee, thin" about PloflllOr Brokaw. Well, the whole 18X AM foes to mau·. happi· headed by hieaoquaintanoeot the raiD do you know who that IUaQger wu1" n.... .torm. They aeat.ed . thelDMl'Y88 Ie- Oraoe Hamilton', tace had grown On hil return to Am.rioa h. h.d datel111eor the d~r. unheeding the ... Iet .. hile he .... apea!tlng . boon tend.r.d a prof .... rlhip la the oliair. plooed ., tft.ir diapoeal by.. "Oh. Prof .... r Broka .. I" .h •• tam· large uni"emty "h! re h. DOW wu. many gallu.t yODng meD. Fore- mered, penitenUy. ul was in hopea Hia uDcl.', deatb "hil. he wu abroad warned ia torearmttd. The ProflllOr 1.ou·d nefti' know I I bew you when had I.ft him an indap.ndont fortano. m.rely inoladed Ib.m In a gello .. 1 I laeard' you opook in ~ but I aDd DOW, It twen\y-eU:, ricb,. famoUl bow of reao,hition aDd prOCMded thoqht 10U didu" know me. It wu ....d iA perfoot hoAlth. h. fonnd 11ft .i'h hi. diaoou.... 80 dark that lIight. 1'.. a1 ... ;rs f.1t onl;, an imm_ an wIno_y .1IIi.. A' th. _01_ of tha hou lb...... 80 eorry .bout i'." Uo... denta _. forward for onrollmenL ''Yon laid I ......... ." .Dd Ib.t I H. Iniahod bil dillller bd etrodo Ae tha Prof_r tOok tho cord from bated .. om.n. v h. oonmood, toae. oat ~ iAto lb. ohill No~ember ,lao fair aharer -of lila. ambrella Ia. i..,I;,. DIP'. hla .... fIpn and Ifta treed loollod her b .. ~e1, In tho f_. "oa· "PI_ d~D·t'~' .h. hotrgocL "J followed with ~ oy .. bJ: woaI4. dorlac If ~ .. ould roeopl .. him. bQ, dicID" kno .. ;,ou. or J ooaldit't ban be I.or eoIIep aWetio laos· .... .,.q bhioMcl oIlP"1'I1I4 " .. p .. cl' wid _h ~ 1 tat. thea UI - ~ .... .,.. ... .. 1aoeII." ''But Y01l hid I had b •• ntiful .y ... Do you take that back, too ?" 8ba lqokod ap .ad m.t eom.thing in ,!I. b8lutifal eye. that mad. h.r drop' h.r own and blnah. Th. Profeooor blnah.d a little. too. Th.n th.;, both I.ughed. ".0, I won't take that back." she 'Mid audaciously. "They lUG beautifnl. W 80mething in the do .. nout, blneh· iog flCe iD.pired the ProteNor with a sudd.n boldn .... "Grace, n'he said, impulsively, "I know W •• gr.at deal to uk yoa. bat do you think you could l'Yer oome to .... ·tp9_agh for yoar alupid Prof .... r to malto hlB .. hoIe 1lfo"iliG lor ltim' .Oould you ... r think of being m;, wite, Graoe ,If Th. long leIh.. qui~.r.d 00 they drooped onr Ih. h ... 1 .Y.' .... d tb. IitU. ftutt.ring leave. of tb. ..oDd· bine and the trumpet·creeper near 8tood still, waiting, with the ProtN" lOr's heart, tor the anawer, that oam • in a low, kemulous voioe: "I might if-you w ed me." Two "Jours later Prot8880r Brok." came dubingup the stain to hie rooms, two stepa at a time, humming a lively tune. He turned up the . gas and begen baetily to ftnish pac1rlng the .on· t.nll of hia d .... for he." .. to Ie.va day after to·morrow. The grate w .. already ftlled high .. ith ..... te p.pers. to whioh h. addedotb .... and toach.d a m.toh to 'hem. Opening one drawer he came eorolO a partly ftniohed m&11aooript. Looking .t the fIr.t _ he 10 .. tha, it wu that old th.sia h. bad ono. mitten on flI. Lite Worth LivinS!': and h. ..t down on 'he table and read it throagh. H. ftllilbed and .. t 100kiAg out into the moonlight for a moment, with. dreamy look iA bio .y ... ---_. ---_. - ----- I A FROG STICKER. froga The only impl.m.nt I u .. lB. pair of big. ab..... I ont the frog THE AGILE BATRACBIAN8 ARE down hia breast-bone, beginning ai DlFFIllULT TO CATCH. the m)u~h. end pe.l his .kin oll'back A T&llr: With One Who Malle. a BaliD8I' ot Suppl,in& Broker. and Banlten WUh Their Favorlte Tid-Bit-A Fro.'1 Paradlae. f ROG oullnr. in Philad.lphia centres in tho Neok, that region 10 fertile in truok farms and piggerie.. The loW', marahy ground and the shallow ditch •• "hiob drain the B1lJ'plu8 water into the two rivers make it & veritable frog', paradise. The8~ meadow., most of th.m lh. pr~per'y of th. Girard and othel large estates, are open to ImY one who may desire to hunt or 1Ieh on Ihem. Prof_onal frog· catoh.r.. th.r.for.. ply Ib.ir trade without fear of molestation. Theae men muo a regular buainel8 of catohing froga Many of tb.m have made 88 careful a study at it as & carpenter or other mechanic would of bia trad .. The local leader of this 'queer in· duatry ia on. George W. White. ir. boo be.n cotohing froge for €w.nt,.· Dine yean. DnriDg that time, Sundays uoepted. he has Dot miMed a alloY from his work. Every morning. .u~er and winter, rain or abine, he may be seen tramping over the mead· 0.". wI'b bio bag alung eoro.. hia .boulder and hi. frog-catching outfit in hia hand. He hall!' DO otber busin_ That io hia trad.. He .upplies on. of th. leading gam. deole .. in th. oil7 with frage; uDo I knoW' aDything about froga t" laid Wbite lb. otber day. "Well, I ought to. I've bean!"'tch· IDg them long .nough. Y.., Ib .. o ar. Iota of th.m h.reabouto. Th.y ,ue to be found in the tNCtOk' prinai: to ... ard hia hoad. It oom •• 011' eaail,. in one piece. Then I atring ihem up in dozens and take them to my C08- tomers. It The number of frog. eonsumed ill Philadelphia is enormous. One game dealer alone sell. on an aTerage 10,000 dozen a year. Hie trade is among the hotels, restauranil and many private famille .. -Phil.delphia Tim ... Qualal Welsll N ...... - "What a fool I wul" he lut, with • happy laugh. toued 'be th.sis into tho .. id • • t . pelIy. I .. ork along the rin< from and h. Girard Point to Brood .tr .. t. Froge gratl\.~ er. thloker 'h ... Ibu, . ... ""h.r •• Ioe. The WelIh have many peouliar nam .. ill their nomenclrotur.e, or pa. lihly • peou1ior ... y of naing nom.., &8 in the CI&88 of a Welsh s~r ekeeper, who had on his aigu the nam. John M""1 Willi...... Thi. i •• rallo of lb. old oUltom, when Maria wu a name '~ared by both sexes, AI Jean Maria Farin.. It app .. r. tbat a Mr. Will· iam., a man of POaitiOD, had iu hie household a woman servant named Mary, who wu known by her J:Il8Bier'a tamily namc. When the woman married ab. kept the nam •• by "hioh lb. was beat knowD, and added to them her husband's Ohristian name, .. bi. of diplomao,. in th. wa,. of trad" Her husband waa always alluded to .. John Mo.ry Williams. In ancient tim .. lhe Welsh were known by penoual peouliaritie., u the Am~ioan Indiana ... at th. preeent tim.. Hook N .... Black Beard. Crooked Too'h, and Fut Foot being the only oognom~u bee\owed on them. There ilIa qll&iDi stor,. told b,. Barri. of • ohild lWIIed Davy, who makea a brief appearauoe in one ot hil novels, and takee mach ot lb. inter .. t of 'h. oto." '"ilb har wh.n lb. gO8&. Fcr Da." ia • girl And thi. odd 1I0Il1. .. .. an ~dant a' the ohriatening. Tho miAioter looked .ternl,. '.1 th. falber and laid: ''Tho child' •• bo,. ia it no~ f' H. had a1. ready been given a paper with the name written upon it, but wheu the oonf~d tather answered "yean to the query ... to sex, the domiDie respond. ed : "Tben I cannot cJuUten him Margaret 10 I will oa1l him Da'Yid. n Th. ",otller fait ve." bod.l;,. bat \h. onl, UCUI8 her hulhand ga'Ye wu that he dare . not oonludio' th. miniater.: 800ttioh Ameri ..... Chioago N e" •. A Grao.hli •••• A good many l,erlOne haye wondered .. h.re the lat. Count of Paria got all hi' money, for it coate a preU, penny to 0 .... pia;, .t pr.tend.r and b.p up • ..-.. ooarl in ""U.. When lb • I :find more in the ditohes and marahea bod.ring tbe ri •• r than on th. b_ 0' tba rl ... r proper. Th.,. are not 4ard to di800Ter in warm weather, bui · in 'h. winter tim. th.,. bury Ib.m· .. ve. betwe.n th. mud and traah in · tho bottom of the ponda and dilola .. and I bave to nko . eround until I i W'u oaating .botd ~ him, lome Itrike them. 110 .. ' Un 10. Ike F."" WIIHL flfteen year. ago, for .. meaU8 of r.i.. ''There UI four 'fuiitiee of frop ing the wiad. be .uddenl,. r.o.i ... d in th. ooantry .bou' Philadelpbie; one day .. letter from .. mysterIous •U ~Io e b u 11- fr og, W' hi0 h ''U I"·h e logMr'., Th. Ferria "heel b .. boon • eor' of foreiper, whote name WAS never d i- .' m-_-u-rU~-lg fall -grOWD. el-gh t or .-.-.;In . wbite .I.ph.nt on ,h. banda of tho ,ulged, bu~ "Who wrote in subetaucI ' IDW-~I-a-t ,w- I negt;h ·W~l e graM' fr og, owners eTer aince the World'a Fair. tbue: "lowe my immense fortune to whioh fa 110t quite 10 large; tbe ye1- U paid 'Yery well .there. .but silloe they your grandfather. aud I .m not un- I ow· thro.·_-r and ·•h• yeollw ·I e '""g er• bave not kno"n ..b a' to do with It. gr.tefuL If mon.T : ...h .1 i. ne.d.d~~". ball• f rog .nd yelol . .• t hr ter It ia no. . pro. ....... to take it to -N. .. 00 ... ..--- to ke.p ap the ..t abli.hm.nta.ultable f 0-_-d all 'bo ,•e ar round. b a t·"~, e York and tarn i' iAto • IOn of gigu. fr 1• 1 ClU h-· nI - th -tio .I• •a tor to earr· people to • roof to all heir to tb. throne of France, gnu- og g" 0 Y 10. e J - d tho 11 I . gard.n and skotiDg ' rink, .. blob wi1l ,.oa Ibell h .. e plenty. o;.e a Inuty 1fF.UIS. an ;'. ow- agger prill' ~pell. , - .~. fell of 'h Th be Ibo "'-hoat in the .. orld. The plOD man ftve of ,y our viliting o.rds• •n d ~ edI ,'""- e'"d fr • .~y ..~..- ~ f e io to er.. ...... Ibo ..h ..1 .. it .tood iA bid bim preeent them to the fl.. m am·... oge are ~. u •• " or .tookhold. er~ aamod . helo ... and .. bat eatlDg. Tho old fellow. are not 80 Obi_o. Outald. of Ibe .. heel anll I d ..t in. for you will be h ...d .d him." '.-..-.d o r... d • ..e e•. 'h tr.lliI work wi1l be four oteel 001- II •• younger onOL The count did .. be w.. bid, and the • 'Some hop UTe to be Hn or limns. Thne oolumna ~ run clOlel' ~' ....... old. I h h' ball togelb.r II th.· .... nd unW tho top man received from Ih. broken bonds ..... , ... caug· , enough to half ftll hi. OIb. Th. Pre' froge .. hioh I jadg.d to b. at I ... t ia reached. 290 f .. t, .. here • otoeI , .t.__ Id rrn.. big plaUorm, 200 teet lQuare, will be 000.- ciM lum il unknown, but the bond, "'" ,.ean 0 • .&.uey were ones, were 10 . 'Yaluable that an insuranoe ' too. A frog foUl' o~ 4TI yell'l ot age atructed. Aaoend.ing from four coroompan. wanted 110.000 for 8uaran . . m.keo the. beat .atlll!!. Under that n ... of the plalform will be fo ... more , 'he. ar. moe' too --. n F. I ateel ooluDlD8, running ,ap fod... teet teem· g Ihe m.a-_4.e t ranlpor t t0 Eg .n . ' .~ ' 10 peop • to'd to •. ~-,' b lODd.-X.te-Fi.ld'. Waebinilon. kno" ,bat a frog,. a y.ar and. half a pyreml w.r. prooeuwu y. • tadpol. b.fore hlB tell drop. 011'. railing. whioh wi1l .... e ..... oboerA , .. 11111111, i. CyoUn •• There ia a wide l1eld open to inv'ntora of oyol .. of .11 eorto. UIIi·, bi· ud trioycles are eomparatively 1D theu infancy, and all impro'Yemenu ... eagerly looked for. An... id .. in a ladiea' eatety bicyole, whiob, b;, the way, baa not reached uyauch degree of perfectioll .. meu', bicyc1ea, it the uae ot a fr.me with a braae above the head. Tbio may .t fir •• thoD«ht 188m awkward, but ii is 1011 10 thu the present style, and gi'Yea much more dr8Dgth to the frame. There iI an earn,.i effort beini' made to bring out a bicyole with wheels side by lide inatead of tandem. ~e 'hehooyole... it iI oa!led, io made tbio ".y, but Ibu. fer it IB uoed ... " aid in running, . the operator reeting the handa .upon the axle. This wheel might be made extremely useful for oarrying parcell or wheeling ohildren. A buket or hamper supended from the ule woald he oapabl. of many labor .ndmuBOle· ... 'Ying employment&. -Ne .. York Ledg.r. 01 ••• , Paro., I. Ihi W •• I~. . Ofllnial. have a1read,. .xamin.d 5000 ot the mua of plpyrua manuscript teo cantl,. added to the Ro,.a1 Mus.um at Be:r1iD. They are ill the ~reek Ian· gu&le and in the main belong to the firat oentury of the Ohriatian era. One of the moat remarkAble ia part of a parod,. of the "Iliad," the oldelt parod,. in the world. Another i8 a com· plete Greek romance. Nothing like an ear11 Ohriltian manuacript h.... yet been tound amoDg tlie papyr1.-0hi. ~Her_a_ld_. __________ _ • A ••• i •• 1 Criliolim. .. ''What did you tbink 'ot her voioe ?" uked the wife ot the man who doelll'~ O&I'e for muaio. ''You moon that of the lad, ,,,bo jUd vied io ,ing?" "Certainly. U and he g.ta In Ita .toad a .. t of I.ge vatory. In enmmer Ibe pl.lform will whloh .nabl. him to jump about on b. open and ..... d for a -roof gordo\1- lODd .. w.u ... "im in the ... ter. In ... iater i' will be oloeed In wi,b Ther. io. general id .. that froge gl... and h .. ted wltb .~ ~. ar.llo' c1 .. n. . Tha' IB not 80. Th.y F.rria beli .... tb. platform wi1l be Ii.. on bnge and in ... ta whioh Ih.y · suflloi.nU,. larg. to allow room for • caiola iA Ih. ...ter. and do not toaoh .tag. and an oroheotro .. h.n i' i. deftlth of any eort. 8om.tlm.. th.y .ir~ to .... i' .. • roof gordoa.~ .. lola. bird iA the marsh .. and m.ke Philadelphia L.dger. &hon work of iL "I have .e .... big ball·frog ge. .... y ... itll • young dao!<. H •• "al· lowed it feath.r .. I.ge and ell. Frage an 'Yery atrong for their Bile and bave po .... fnl j .... ."ilb abarp teeth. Some of the larger ones live on crawBah. During the winter they do not [ It, lying in a torpid state. One orawnsh wi1l loel a frog .11 winter. Many of th.m ba~. ~ .. ten a tiood. h.arl7 meal and fIOn. to the boUom tor their winier', sleep. They .. Ill lie tb.r. until May. Th. ftr.t thunderatorm in May alwaYI bringe them up Again, good and hungry, !'oady \0 eat the fillt bug or insect lb.,. g.t th.ir blinking .,.. upon. "Although the frogs are out ot light in winter. I do not stop m,. ..ork. Earl,. in Ootober I -go all onr the ground and make nota ot 'Where tbey are settling. Then I have oom· parativ.ly littl. troubl. in g.lting them. I use a 'herdY'gerdy,' or oombination rake and net on the end ot along pole. The rake is to clear awo.ytbe rubbiah in the bottom of the ditoh and at the IJawe sweep the net picks up the frogs, it there are any there. I g" more in the winter time than I do in warm weather. becaule they Me in a torpid atato aDd can't get a"ay ao fut.. Good luok do .. not often f.ll 00 appropriatel,. .. it did Ibe olber da,. to a poor old Polish woman, who h .. long been working u a :rag aorter ai the paper mills ai Plover, WiI. AlpoDl the rags ah9 found a tattered "Nt. She pul ber handa into lb. pock.1 and to her great lurpriae dreW' out a roll of billo, amonating to I/l00. Th. proprietor of th. mill told h .. h. bad no olaim on the money. and ~e will buy a 8mall farm with it, from "hiob she oan. make a mnoh better living for herself Rnd children than abe IlOW g.to.-N.w Orle .... Pica,.un .. Y BI, a .... The Ivanhoe tunnel, now Deer1y completed, from Rusk. Ilear Leadville. to hanho •• Col.. "ill be 'be third in length in th. United Sta,,,, beiAg ..... passed onl,. by the HOOOIO tunnal and by the Boulder tUDnel, in Montana. It is 9400 feet long. and o .. iAg to Ibo great altitude-lO,801) feei-doon will b. plao.d at OIOh .nd to uclud. 8Il0lt', and the tunnel for .. "eral hundr.d f •• t from eitller .nd io to be he.ted by.team. Work " .. begun iA 1890.-N.w York Diapaloh. All ObSining CtleatIaL A ChiD.man io speeking to bim .. lf 65 he iroDa I shirt.. Piok. up abir' showing evidence ot being well eared for, and saya : "Boohelor. Him I~dlady IIx him. " Pioks up anolber. buttonl ... and ell fra,.ed.t t~e nook ... d .. riota, ad 8&Y' : "}[allied man." FUll. If en." tr •• i. kno .... by ita IraU, "ill 80m. body _y .. liM kind of frai' a boot-tree be .... ?-Booton TranooripL " What an Mll'lOmg teUowTom ial II. m.... the boot of .. erytbin .. " "Or, rather, he tak.. th • • i of ' everything. "-Boelou Tranleript. "Theology isn' t re~D any .cre thaD • tu hiOD plate iI a aai. of clothe.... remarked the ManaynDk phUoooph.r.-PIuIodelpbia Rooord. In hecoming populor wltII &be girIo • young man will find a hone ud b ~ggy more noeful than .i,her good looks or brillianoy.-Atohioon Globe. Pnlhpen-"Do yo. onppoee .... I ,oald get • bigger prioo for fA;' ~ if I had it oot to muoicr .Tow..-IINo. You"d b'Ye to aeU it for a 801lS. them. 'L-Harlem Life.. - When a politloian talle you thu i' is time that the beet.en .. ere DO-i .. lea for pablio oflloe i' iI pnU:r _ to eonolad. ,bat h. baa. bet iA bio __ a.I.-Booton ~pL When a wo~an begina to abow • (tiolike to being called by her pea name she 1I1&y be coBidered .. offloially oat of ' h. m.trimoDial.- Hudoon (N. Y.) Begiatar. P&SI8nger-·1)fercy OD '011 A r0bber baa beld up Ibe train I" Bo_ -UDon't be alarmed, pau...... JUlt Ibro .. lb. porter ofl', ODd &be traia .... proeeed. .. :....A\Ia.D!a ConAitntioa.. Mr. A..-" Juat look U that old dolt ola man. What. ~iAg wife iii baa. Ho .. we i' iI tha, tho ...... fool. alwoyo m&rr)' ,h'pre'tieet PII." Mrl. 4.- " Oh, youdaUerer."-BoHo:a Oommeroial Balletin. . "I n ... r talk .boa' tho oIub to -'1 wile. ,~ "I do. I epeU of i' iD ato-ing ta ....... end than atey U _ ho .. o _ caaionall;, . . 80 my wifo tblDb then un' t a more aell-MCI'i8oiac h .... in tbe .. orld." -Xato FIaId·. "' .... ingtOD. "Mother, ' lObbed ibe yOUDg bride. ,"he it jaat 1.9 meaD .. he _u be. " "NQ, he ian' t. dear."- said ihe mO&;"', IOOthiDgly. " .! maD. caa" reaDy. .. lor' ell hi.' meonn_ liII he baa boa married tour or ... 1ean."-Iadia_ polill oura~ " We. d II ~:~: 'Uoned cm.tor, "". e10e bat &be EngJilh in tbia .. antry. ODd dOll·t ;'0. f ..... il l" And Ibe It-promilod u.... In. torem.",ber .. ba' bohadopoltu. _!Ddj: napolia JouaaL ,...OI .. F..-.. ....... V.nomo ... _ata pla;,ed ..... part in the .... ljo;a- or o1cIa. ti-. Th.ir poioon .... DO' naod fH ... purpoae. bQ, ...... bro'b .... ...., of their hoodo cooked .. ith wi' ... apiooe, mixed with • b_drod ..... r&modi ... ad fMIIling ... ~, .. hioh. lInder 'h. _ ., TMIiIoe,. • waa uaed u a can for fIftIq 00 ,. abl. diooooo. At.- tlclbU. __ loo~ed upon with .o.piciOIl by U. pablic, tha. old pbyoioiau .....,... a liy method : hau..,..- aad _ wer. fed .. ith malt.. ohoppocl .... and tbooe .. er. made iAto ~ ,. the p.tionL - Tha blood of • ..... .... aIoo need, if tbio uWul 11M beEn fed for fo ... dt.;rs ... !nil greeue. It went hard .. i,b bI.ck ...... 1Iea Ib.y .. ere ..... ted to Iaolp .. .,., leptic. The black U Tho ... '~ .... Ib.n tormeDIed to &be po'" of .... e. rage, aad .. hOD U bia ad I " .... etobbod nader tho tImd rOt. counting fro", tho hood. Thno ..... of the hlood 1l0wiDr fro .. tbia ....... .... Ibon ginn to th. - ....... ill IiLd.n.hlOOlOm '- TIao ........ Ib.n _pe .... d aightl;, 011 tu ...." oomplaiA to 'b. boo..... of _'. .... elty. Thill re_ aWln·';- ~ him. In lb. oldeet IIICIdiaaI -.II known. OOIBpoood iA""-1i I III onoo I_h eonod in .. ~ Poliphar .... 1lncI "10. .. _ .. iAo_'-: ing lb. growth of hair. prepand .. Soheaoh. Ibe IBOU. .. of To .. &be 1rlIfII of Upper .. d Lo_ l!e:YP':" Doc'. teeth, o'Y~ripe ....... d ..... .booII ,. ... oarefally cooked iA oil .... d ..... grated. No ..... Tota liftd 'bofan Cheopo, bailder of 'b ....... p,....w .t Gi •• h. tbio recipe for _oil iI older than tbio .... !Jder of tha ....... and if . .. ill onppoeed, Teta Ii~ed 4000 B. 0., thil prMCriplion ia Oftr 1000 ,. .... old. Nearl,. ""'1t11iDg in &be ..u.al kingdom ... oo naod i ..... ~ ... Enn noy aaimal pI'" r M, a .. ofBcially ued, .. 'peRI. wu.- ...uo"r, awine-fa-t, pcpliJa. auk, ooebi or I •• oh... eto. From _y tiux ...... hOW'8'1'er, we are fI'eecl E.... J.eMa are naod mach fAore ~ .... form .. rl;,. WIaon bloodiDc aacl .... ping were .au no •• iilled iap.:' rt ':' (to-day thoro ... ;,o ..... ~ .... h ... n .... _.m.. .....-).. ..... . h.ld Ib, tiIUd piaN fH tbio pa; In th. Paria hoepitalo. u .......... grootoot in lb. world, ~ J-.. ... d 1836. from II" to ax __ I ... beo .. art naod ... aall7. ...... "All," he anaw-ered, with ~ li l!!h; "ii bu aer'Yed to tore",er tleaLt,,\- W, llt qltr hate been .a moat 1l.1 ~ ;r.l :"1 ~ .u..... .. -WIllhiU8'loD Star_ ·'Th. oatoh ftri... 80m. da,.. I get 4"8 dozen, othera l1fteen dozeD. 18'11" I catch on a average ten dOllen • day. It IS no trouble to •• U tbem. On. pme dealer tak .. n ... I,. all I catoh. I aelI • good m.ny Ii.. frog. to' atudente · for experimental pur_ I a100 .upply ...... I printe faalUi ... 110 .".A.. ft. . my ::::~ iA th. D .Th •• ngtn .. of • ftrot-oJo. war -' abo'" 17oq.ooo. . . dre.. "'" ~700 , I 10................. blood. ' • • lDu-of· O. at . -~"'I"":'" _la~ 1, _ "'~_"".I 1 ...... ·-· '.
|Title||Connecticut eastern news, 1894-12-04|
|Subject||Niantic (Conn.) -- Newspapers; East Lyme (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Began Sept. 18, 1894. Ceased in 1898.|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.E3 S73|
|Relation||Succeeding title: Sound breeze (Old Lyme, Conn.); Sound breeze and Connecticut eastern news|
|Publisher||Chas. A. Kirtland|
|Rights||Digital Image © Connecticut State Library. All rights reserved. Images may be used for personal research or non-profit educational uses without prior permission. For permission to publish or exhibit, see Reproduction and Publication of State Library Collections, http://ctstatelibrary.org/reproduction-publication/|
|CONTENTdm file name||11142.cpd|
CONNECTICUT EASTERN NEWS . •
CRAS. A. KIRTLAND, Proprietor. AN EN'rERPRJSING PAPER FOR ENTERPRISING' PEOPLE. PRIDE THREE CElTS.
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.orito feed for oatU. and boga Th.
N ... York .Mail and EIpreli profeuea
to beIie.e tbat Ibey will .... at cak. aad
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lao be inaured. on th. ground lbal b.
hu loci; the meaDS of mainw.iniDa
bimoolf. A 10 .. of tb. rigbt hand red_
lb. ela.im to from eigbl7 to
-17 per _t. of &be "*i.
A. Baeton dtuggiat claims to haTe
4iIco"ered ~. lubtle compound that
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from clay, howe1"er, add. the New
York Mail end Expr.... reDd.n it
prohibiti_ Ita obi.f 80"''' io
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itA 1MIlg man of 81'111 the ma.t brilllut
talenl who dnoteo himMlf on.
tiNI,. to u-.. will ba .... er,.
bard tu.. ual_ he baa an iAoomo
tbat will IIlPport hi.... In tbio ooun..,
t.horo iI ... U onrproduotloll of
..... UiI .. 4 10 mala oompetitioll
tIoM '"""1 literary man wi1l Ind i'
--.... ·facto." to ban 801110 .......
........ pet;OD that will maIto hi", •
1I""c. H. eon thon e"'plo;, bio lot.
... ...... iA ... ilulg. and if it bringe
I_lia ,no_1 mIUOIlaloiay ho ..i ll ba. . IOmothing him. Wo belie .. that
.... no ... not depeDdoDt apon tho
.... iAp of th.u pena"iIl do bettor
.. ork tbaD tho haJf-nor.ed writan
.. ho. dail,. ..... d depeDda apoll tha
MMpIon .. of an artiel.. There io no
pod reoeon .. by a oto." .. riter. m.
torion or poet Ibould not folio .. oome
profoeaion or bnaiA_ .... d do bio Ii'enry
.. ork.t night .. hen tho &pirit
- hi.. 8ach work 1b0ll beao .....
;. r-'ion. oed it io likoly to b. of
....... quality then .. hon it io foroed
• ...." day 00 • rogaIor teak. Thooe
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_ tha young mten who are rinDs up
their beet olwi ... in lifo while lb.;, ... ....w..r for lb. un .. rlain ro .. arda
of IItonlaN lhDuld gi.. Ibem duo
""",'id ...... oa
Tho AUauto loanial maintoina that
tba importon.. of tha hone .... 0..,
oniliood _I .. wi1l no ... ' opiD be
_ peU" it h.u been. Veob.,ioel
~ tha nrio .... pplicationa of
--ad e1Mtrioil7. ban groaU;,ro.
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