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A Prfy- ntttitraunanti briltiant the snlk chicrIn worn frwl ooy illsl,.teclrd p a otebte sb slfatespurdocneg many of Its prodastisdnt etar-nelng o body tileelon hiathe rtie ipito h etri,a thocoand atils from salt water, tthi ei In gingto e emlon a estAnd ootnowthe acoIs io-nub illoporatof inland transportation in of rib ao mo-h no a cow a-as lnsiris. It is not unnuca to see a negro coal tlytient tlimportance.,o A cow is worth as mach miner bay ine or sin of semt a'tlen dollars Byentsnah takWrtcttrnd rtib ten yearn ago. A male' each, prohablr potting about all of one week's Beq anapp ing twtheBagesthIne United itreMat S nas sttohite Ergo. the wnage-s into theprhs.Ti or ftig eippn tIswih bngesthe ntnla best tehn.noehes.aneof clotrse. is don chiefly by bachelors. In the lesson. 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