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The work must go on.

--In the present unsettled condition of affairs there is no need of stopping business. "In the morning sow thy seed; in the evening withhold not the hand," is the declaration of Scripture — if we look to that as a guide in the affairs of life, and those who adopt it will most likely succeed in business; for however great the disturbances may now be, quiet will eventually be restore, and the public will require those necessaries which cannot easily be supplied in the future. There are still a large number of servants unhired, and when they are returned to their owners, or provided with homes elsewhere, the factories and other places will need them. Then procure your hands and let the work go on. At present we see no prospect of a reduction of prices.

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