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THE DAILY CKIT1C, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1890.
rXlIE DAILY CRITIC
If Onlf Dmotrntte Dtilf Piptr FV
TTAl!lJWTO?t CrtinC CO It PAST.
&13 D STKBlT N&RTHWBST,
WA9Wi!WMtB CWf. B. C.
TSllMS Ot StTWcHtPWOS,
By iriul pWpuMX J year 5s
1 month W
Cs-Tiers A the eft. imofttn
VYsmeT!i, 0. C Jrjt 1. im
-WBBKD Bt THK SEtATB.
No American Adtnftilatratton mrw
t p (owpletely awrt HKHtrntMy dh
f -edited Ihm mh the ptewfU oft fey
U c vintage of a Free Colrtae Mil bt
tt.r "Seaat eft Tnewlay
Tlirmigk tu Secretary of the Treamry
1 f Administration chow to present to
t rarest. lt view wrwm silver through
! t unusual medium of a bill carefully
i--awn and with Its details elaborated.
-e rctary Wisdom and THreetor of the
?lint I.each worked on the Wll early
ai.tl late. It was written out, eoaald
r cd, and rewritten. For weeks, which
f.cw Into month, they labored with
r. r measure. It was written out In
ill detail no less than a hnndred
When It Anally assumed the shape
they wanted. It was submitted to the
resident at a Cabinet meeting. There
1 was formally adopterl as an Adminis
tration measure. Its Introduction Into
f engross atitliorlml and the President
rgiccd to follow It up with a special
ruc'sage. The bill was Introduced, but
the messa-je which had been promised
tever followeil. Certain Senators front
l.e far "West called at the White House
nnd Informed Its Inmate that they
would make open war upon him If he
sen' in the contemplated meseBRO. This
pac the President paue, ami he has
Inn pausing ever since.
The measure met with a cold recap
Min In the Senate and with a cool one
In the Houm). It pleased neither the
Mlvcrllcs nor the goldltes. The Hoirm
' last pawed a bill which liears some
flnt family resemblance to the Win
Aom bill. The Senate followed the
raa'ter up by passing a Free Coinage
.' and went further and mule gold
1 1 ' Hter certificates a full legal ten or
nil publlr and private debts.
'n iiny other country with pirlU
lii'Hry institutions the Admlnlstra
t ii Hiuld relgn. after such a blow
l'i tii'nn lias received at the hands of
i snate. As It Is, a Secretary of the
r-iasuty o clearly out of accord with
11 i fitllngof CongntM on a ipiestlon
I Mtih Importance as that of silver,
1 1-lit to resign. shotihl this 1)111 be-
THOUHI.E IX OHIO.
A oatest of surimtslng Interest ami
intensity Is now raging in the Twelfth
( onKrewlonal district of Ohio. The
r'W apimrtlonment in that State lias
t mpreseed Into one district those two
n.Ifihty statesmen, Thompson ami Gros
vencr, awl, although once there pre
vfliiul as between them the sweetest nud
11 c st beautiful attachment, there Is now
Ltstillty, with all Its grewsome train
c f silence, suspicion ami averted looks.
An amusing incident of the conteet is
a circular which has just been scat
tered broadcast over the Twelfth, and
wbkh we confidently commend to pub
)! perusal. It runs as follows:
DiR bin: TImj CiMtral CousudlUu oh Th
liy, June 1, chaagwl tb date of tlm County
CucTtBtloii to June II. This greatly shortens
He time left to raavs one very latporlaat
matter whkh the coavettoa will he sailed
to v t upon, uamely, the felwltott of dela
fate t to the l'oarploaal t'oaTattoa. The
tc'y terpoasia tbe raee are General C. II.
On svncr, Judge A C. ThoaipOii. Hob At-
I it i'ttlii and Geavral W II Eaoob. Baca
cvwEtyin ttoeellstriot, eitBt GalUa Ouaaty,
ni I 'hu f-revml a caadMate. Gallia County
i(r will am into tbe oosfvetloa
i iv-er obliaatlua to bo oae ami fre
to at br vote lor the bmt, saa.n. Au.l
1 1. 1 blng ber f-otHioa It U Uapurtaat VUat
),. aittake be aw4e. TUmm who dawt
fee Gallia County rprat4 ably, bo14
le ui aad aetit Ib lookliuc ovwr lb UVt of
ranuMttUaaly untm.ary to reuioabar tb
rj rsdiu Hrvlca af Gvaatal Urowcaor es tbe
f. or of tba Uotue awl recall hta tiilaailld aa
,rti to Umv Uln abwMt uaeaaled ability
n on . rator aad italaiiaa aa4 a a leader
' U HoMM,to ay wb jbould rfeeat .
Y hw rywetifeOMBl oertaia. far be tola a
- r, t tbatUnore tbaa tase Bwwunlln,
s at i Mt aoI to leave tbe Mtrruw of Gea-
(.iTtaoroatheNoor of tbeHotue. It
till like tearing off botb araat of tbe
Fti . t ,. tiarty W I cb McKlttler lOa UfO
i . i it ucceakary on t Ue locr of tbe Boom.
tr n i as take hta place as orator or
... ti Itu urged by the frlU of Mr.
I I i- pob ttiat Gea CiMMteaor U oaly tea
T rarily m the aiatrtet. liable to be tafcaeiom
lygtrryaaartsr. Tbte le merely a aaUHeal
if 4 is itajaat to Geaeral GtoeTor aSMi
BJ'-lea4iBTSeottxcUiaB. Ua4er tan eaawM
( jsse. aew betaar take", it it eettaaa that
tee atuaaer of foareiie iPtiarftoaiil W
iUt Atiii be ebaagea', aa4 this will aeoeaet
tate a change id aluit Ubm all over the
'i aaJ tbe loraMttloa of xtw diatrlum La
-i faaaew It Ik more or at leaet emaUy
. ..r i uBgienliiBnl dlatnct tbaa that aiitote)
WHAT REED WANTS,
,; 'iradytheCjUTU ha reyrlibati ftaae.
li New York fuut oae or two ticsies
ct itptife ul tke poltticai wethaieS rur-
cLt in J4r. Thotsva & Hwafs Coen-
-;. ul dittrkt. W biw ttst aatw-
i.. c thaa tite nftscaaa MNaeitJHa a haeaw
and abht not, to e verytaJbati thai relanw
t. ite yt ttUaUoat of lb ailk iM tk
..i'ia;i u ol the augtaajt, m Uaaae
)u. h Mi BmA chra aihnl A
I fidei ti. i riuxu ietitt g yearn
, . tu 'i i ti v il.n duutieru cuatoaus. Mr.
!wt.J I-- ,...vutd nM nllrofcld
L.rc..,jr ilc Jl' ustt t BilioanJ Katdrtwi
L..l isIko will eaMbMa UM itoiwM-
L, if -! vutt eafucc to w as M
i...uJ .(.iitiui Llit SuutiMf tt1
r.Lw 1.4 they ieuui i 4twi
f tie r -M-i Uovcruweat. The by
f. .iuy : 'ti. i.reUui i iajgrmt, o
n: f r. ii j. uiAii ko w the b wftntory
,iJ ...atuXe uf B4tb.oU O'
. t uai. j a iUUiiimMy cjxrupt. Btat
i.c fail cu .U3 tva' tin Wll b Utah
it it,i!jace naiai u aw
. ti. ovaaKiy tun waa a awwayas w
u.. ... Luliaiioiattoaby tSeaa4
' (. .x-e thtt .j 40st as W
the motive. Reed forccc, nr ft' last
aprtrehenrts, a lots of roafty district in
h NtMlh, this yetw. fttirt l want to
offset thh by stearin as many If not
mere l the frmth. He Is wort ac'natH
by tire pstrtoUc iwrrtlve h hlspiTdetitiy
professes, for we that the case he
woM hat begtift with his re
forms at home. For such shameful
praettees as ptetsll In his rtlstrtct tfcere
is but on possible cure, atxl thst Is the
arloten of the Australian plan, the
itmt buffet atul th requisite of
intelligence and education In the
roter. Had Mr. Hesul hwesi really
ensltlTe as to the purRy of the
ballot-bnt and the Integrity of elections
he wouM bare procured the Insertion of
the Australian system for national elec
tions In the Tortge-jsoweH Mil. But he
Is not sensttlre as to purity or integrity.
What he wants Is the perpetuation of
a Reffflbllcnn majority l 'be House,
and in order to assure this there Is
no violence or fraud or tyranny
he still not sanction ami commit.
The bill that has his approval, an 1 to
pass which through the House be
ntlltrert erery agency of that despotism
which he has built up for his persortnl
delectation, dees nothing to correct the
evils prevalent In Heed's district, but is
devoted exclusively to dragooning the
South for Kepnbllcan partisan pur
poses. It will not slop the selllntr and
buying of votes In Maine, the prostitu
tion or cltlxenship in Pennsylvania.
It will not check the appalling de
oancltery which sends Mr. Heed to
Congres. Bet it will revive race an
tagonisms at tbe South, provoke vio
lence, perhaps bloodshed, and produce
a condition of anarchy out of which
Mr. Heed may snatch a few recruits for
These are the results for which Mr.
Heed Is solicitous. Nobody who knows
tbe man, or has carefully watched the
Speaker, requires any further evidence
than that which ho himself furnishes.
Facts as to iiik book robbery ly Funk
,V VignII of New York (.tofan Wnna
maker, fpcrlal hiiIiiw), continue to multi
ply. Tie latest tllscloourw, unearthed by
tbe Nov York ."irn'nji iVwf, Include tbe
text of tbe confidential circular sent out by
Mestrt. Kunk A Waguallr, a perttMl of
wlileli will prote entertaining:
L. K. Funk. A. XV. Wmeimlli..
FUNK 4 WAOXALLtf,
' i mHtr. anb lV)ORtt.Lnn,
Ik awl so Ator I'lacc,
41 Ft r-KT (jr., T.ONUON.
New YtmK, April It, 1!0.
lliv. ami DtAtiSiH: There la a iKioaiblllty
r f oar Ifli'it ablt In ttipnly lO.rtii ut ot thu
fiiicyelotKlta Ilr.taHnlea, lateat itlltljn,
clearly prlntnt ami well bonml, at bh Mint
tnHmtri'ti Imr !,rt,'t. TbemattMr It eontaliH
I a .''"' nimUt ot tbe Ellli wllthm, paae for
ti. The work t In twenty ftvc Ihih,) vol
umer, tltik kimiul.
A the pttnbae will lavolve aa outlay a
our art of teveral hundred tbouMHil dollar,
we wish tu know Iwfore elolni; tlie contract
wlctlirr there l a reasonable rrobabilltyof
our Man able quickly to tell them.
To tint the demand we .cml tbli letter In
irfiKtoanumberof clreymen. riee
do us the favor to let tu know by ri'r Mail
whether yoa would take a Mtt If we otmld
Mpply yon the ame canplttt and gmiratUn
mtbjiunen at forty dollarr, to be paid lu the
following Installment!!: fifteen dollar when
the hooka areready for delivery (thli will not
le earlier tltau June I): ten dollar In two
moatba.tea dollaM in four month and 8 re
dollar la li monthi.
Do yoH ay yen to t It U ? If ao, pteatenigo
mid rttiirn tbe lnuloeI bleak.
l!o no klad at to annwer by return mall ami
regard thh proroeltlon anttrlotlyeeiiM'a'ixf.
rtl.tk & Waunauji.
It doe not appear whether John Waua
toakerwaalntereated In this deal, though
it way well have been lusplred by him. Its
holy toue. Its air of lugeauou ami child
like trust, its sweet, pratttiug Innocence of
style the bear a very remarkable resem
blance to the bargain-counter mauifesto
printed dull In the l'llladelpbla pajier over
John Wanatnaker'a signature. However
that may be, tbe circular wakes ralgbty In
teresting literatuie. aad a elo study at It
lead us to observe that, as the details aud
rawlneatiotM of this eoosplraey are brought
more clearly before the public wind, there
will be a deeiietiiag of the national pride lu
our roetMaater-tieeeral aad lu tbe Admin
Utratiou that wade Mn posalble.
Here le a caniiu cosraMtON of tbe
state ot things la tbe mining district of
I'euuijlvsuia, that best and Mgbtest fruit
of protective itxtitttttOiM. Tbe New York
Tribunt tbould not uW out la raeetliig
thus: "A curious dreuwtnuce brought to
light by tbe taking of the census ieth
fact that is the coal regtosva of fetm
tjlveaU torfte luuabef of HuuifarUiM,
l'oJ aad llallaua are eutploy,! who are
not knows by their uaaaea, hut simply by
bmsmIws. The ay stew ie not exactly one
of lavery. These mest are, rather, treated
m 'beaeta ol burtiea, who are capable of
dome; a I'eHaJa aasouat of work, Mlt
are scarcely recognized a buotaa be
iags at all. Wbea accoeteit by
the census eausaerators they refused
to give their tuuo--probably under the
letUf that tbe iretew to wbkh they are
object would not allow theut to call their
teahi their oa. The auioiutt of liberty
which thai east 1-ffpirH for theiitaeivea ha thie
lojjl fjf baa fg Saali lluS ftftt
esteist so he ao ylafie itiitar 9tu iaatsatstiosM
km a ayetasa tkat treat saw aa of ao wore
acfoiiMt thaji atttosaatasM or bmtaa "
XstB LJNCIAtTI Cmumertmi-GanMt
Wttb ou Mary, oun ao saore, the
ttUttaahiai ariasti as to what wttj saasoaaa Qt
that mm joust aad aealbft oha anthropflSj
rnhiael tit. Haaitl'tist ttrJaKii, who ha a
lttsitT saoiaesA saarsieal the wtstow iwteraiiMi,
la sstbt of aa fittyMif1 ahst had 1st the
ahatsi at a shutKhter. M witt he bstsaejatai
daja) lor biaa, atad that thtstflroj rfgnrriiarff
thssMgJaoHt the taagta aud Weadah af the
laad will ijjo for biaa 1st vwul" TblaJf you
to, btotberv V'trily, U seesus to us that
wbea I. Hstu tsrtAUi x$M hak b that sis)
iewh store osj bjarfcet taxaac to 1 ffiijartlne,
the aesksftaocr atea will be big wumhscs,
TeWi UYdlaW tkf fbUt HaUbtMJ (haaeaasr
W rssr asp sssssar "jeasBawjeeajej sjfsjrsnf7B
Tssf PQiMiClll KUatiif lal tfpl 0 serial
iUNalB Tkftitt 4fc$- ii Uafti A6t ItJjWIr
Oaf wkicb SaVitf of iks f ttAAti id Hop i
WMI sr MUfrfff Fft tlai VsaUl lW ateSi
jjpfppagiisp iii " mnwiaan
uu Mt rV UtMta,
A MsM, slar ltU )bOAiaa)MH)i to dhs)
fee West irid to Itobt a Am that attoar
(toy with V.wnnis)f
Pw s(awBP spbW sas? wsffjf ars
ittmt ff-fnrf tfttt'T gfirtiir
Wap P'',"' "aFawwW sHsBP VHeawH
upos tibt faaaiiy of VaiamA fur
waj years ho to at yottcfew't sMCTf
"B yuu stt, I should et UJt to
ataapiKtoi the oUars. '
THE ELECTRIC AGE.
a Taerrnw vm that vm tt
(SrWNt Thtnar feaen Ar,
Ftvnt rfir ttiitmn'l (n ) frinfftr. Te. , tt.
Tne greatest feat In telegraphing of 1
Meh we hate any himwledfe sras ac
complished on Tweday In the trans
mission of the President's message to
tht city. Two wires were rtsed, one
through wd the other a way wire, of
the eight columns and a half which the
message nurde In the Washington f'on
WwfrVn, fit and a-half column were
wed over the through wire without a
break in six hours This was ent by
j. IK Hnnncll (age 17 yaurs) of the
Pittsburg office, and received by L C.
AVelr of the Cincinnati office.
The first column was transmitted In
fifty five minutes, ami the second
column In forty eight minutes. One
crilnmn contains as follows-
It requires an average of three strokes
of the hey to a letter. There were,
therefote, ST.CrM trohes in forty eight
minutes, or 7SW.6 strokes to the
minute. Mr. Weir, the receiving
operator, took the message by sound,
ami, using a manifold writer, made five
copies from the Instrument. From the
manuscript thus furnished the utos
sage, as It appeared j estenlay, was put
In type. In seven hours fmm the time
it was made public In Washington, tbe
whole document was In type In our
orhec. The cvptdltions manner in
vvltlcb ,tbls buMncs was performed,
and fife accuracy with which tbe mes
sage was transmitted, the feat belntr
without a parallel In Hie history of tele
graphing, place the I'nlon Company In
tbe front rank of the telegraph com
panies of the world.
To show the perfection to which this
wonderful system has been brought,
and the Improvements that bavo been
made within tbe last few years, we will
mention tbe fact that In 1815, forty
eight hours were consumed in telegraph
ing tho message of President Polk to the
press of this city, and then the errors
wore so numerous that some of tbe
papers republished tbe document when
It enmo to band by umll.
Note. The llgures above given arc
partially Incorrect. Tito calculations
made nt the time at tbe Cincinnati olllce
showed that tbe tlmo made wns neatly
thirty nine words n minute for two
hours' continuous work. Evidently tbe
1.BS4 words "Is a misprint for 1,881. In
asmuch as 12.(572 letters would make
over 3,000 nt six letters per word."
Considering the fact that this work
was done over a 1100 mllo circuit; that the
five manifold copies were almost "cop
perplate" In their clearness i that not n
single "break" was made and that tbe
transmission was With ono of thekeys of
thirty years ago, the lever of which
would wtlgh us much as three of the
modern llunnel key lovers, It becomes
apiartnt that some of our first old
timers used to shake up llilnits at n
pretty lively rate even way back In the
Ono of tbe leading stump orators of
Washington is Thomas II. Tonirue. Ho
Is said to be eloquent, buinornui, and
In the last elccllou wagged his tongue
all over the State.
Professor Perkins of tbe Iowa Stale
University has published a poem, en
titled "Eieiisls." Thote who are com
petent to judge say that It will make a
place for Itself In literature.
Sheik Abdulla Mustapha is the name
of Queen Victoria's Mohammedan cook.
S. A. M. has recently been lu bad
health, and the Queen sent him to
IJombay to rest and visit n favorite doc
tor. Hev. Virgil Maxey, a HaptUt minis
ter and nephew of tsx-Unlted States
Senator Maxey of Texas, is going to
try the experiment of elevating the
stage by acting six evenings in the
week and preaching on Sunday.
The I)uke of Westminster each year
takes In about 3,000 In sixpence and
shillings, paid by slgbt-seera for ail mis
sion to bis country seat at Eaton Hall.
The I)uke has a land rental amounting
to fS75,000 a year, and between the two
be manages to live very comfortably.
Edmund Yates wrltea that 303 elts
were shot during last year lit tbe forests
of Norway, tbe majority of tbetn being
taken In the district of Xamdalu, where
tbe foreats are let to English tenants.
Tbe annual rental returned to the gov
ernment for these forests is equal to
Mrs. Winnie Mitchell, living near
Itochelle, G., baa a bide covered hair
lbM trunk, which dates back 350 years.
That It U bald-beaded Is no wonder,
for it has been handed roughly down
through seven generatIonr It was
brought from Europe long before the
Revolution, full of JlrltUh sold, ami
was used by 31 rs. Miteheil's grand
father while in service under General
Sir Humphrey Ue Traiford or Man
tbeser, England, is the first persoa
to apply the telephone to the doe; huj
mm. Sir Humphrey hag one of the
tieest kennels in EaiaBd,aad whea hU
kenneliuasi wlshea to quiet the occu
puU of a certain apartment he go to
the tetoplMMte ia his owa room and
reads the riot act to that particular doer,
for to every kesuiel la a telephonic de
vice which eaabtog hlw to wake hi
voice heard by the trouWeaoote caaiae.
ilallre Proal, a distinguished member
of the bar of Aix. aad a well kaowa
scholar, has eatered tbe lists agaiuat
Latah aad the Anthropological
OrtattaaMate, who asaiatala that woaaaa
are of a lower moral order, aad atosw
aearty waeathto that pteidatorlc typas of
huataatty uVaa atea.
It to a fact of totereat that Strau. tb
gwat cosaaaaar of wallzat, doai aot
The Kgy wiaa Goveraatetst has paid
to Captaut Caraari, to behalf of Katto
Psia, wfite than 9,Uas a Eatto's
salary for sve years' asvetoas aa gov
tarsMr of the tttatotial proyiana to
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" ' ' 'u!JlWSeFpapamH Pe1 ejpiiseejF m "SSSseepr
The rtforaa ol Aa star ae trniwai aad
aoaaaaeiB ya rrairel aae heevern
Wf pp 'Wppp p.pv W pppw
Aaaaap4aaa ae oil jgspaia la baaaa
ttofAUk was tuadeTtnp, JTte-fcs or
lnfef tp flfcitiiii he Moaa. or ifflefy lk
Tbe tbiMpS that fij oa wui. or go a-
Stlt oaetWw, bn never teBis tu tame
is.i that' wheo be liould atop hi? cud
TIE ELEVENTH CENSUS.
rstjret the IMhcmlftnlit
from tli Nne Turk flftrf.
An Important detelopmetit wt lire
eeltmeit ftmong the BofnrnlARf of
New Tork yesterday, who found that
they were likelv to be left out of the
emrmerartrm. The Rohemlatrs claim
that a fair census would show that tmsy
ntitulyered from 7,000 to '.ooo In Iftw
York city alone, but, whether from the
carelessness of the enumerator ot
their lack of familiarity with the Ittn
gmtge, they think that the returns will
give them a very poor showlnc.
A rnrrc In Mtimparmll
From the .Vbi7irH .at-rartf.
The erhlente continues toseenmn
late that enumeration by the Govern
ment agents Is a most ridiculous farce.
Whole blocks In the residence portion
of tbe city have new been visited.
Irge establishments containing hnn
dreds of people have been omitted by
the enumerators. Thousands of blanks
left by lite enumerators have never been
called for. Indeed, it is the rare excep
lion where any considerable portion of
the city has been carefully ami arcn
raiely canvassed. The result, no mat
ter what it may lie, can be of no value
A Unit fount.
Fmm tht St. Aif IHntat, A.
Owing to the number of strange
formalities Insisted upon by tbe Census
Hureatt, It Is more than probable that a
large element of the population In this
community will be omitted In the enu
meration of our r Wrens. The evil has
now reached such proportions as that
unless pome adequate remedy Is sun
piled, or unles the census authorities
are made to understand that the Census
llnreau exists for the accommodation of
this country, rather limn the country
for the accommodation of tbe Bureau,
the people of St. Paul will find that the
forthcoming census will not represent
In adequate measure the population of
Ftvm Iht rhimgo IttrnM.
Complaints are being made through
out tbo country of the laxity of the
census enumerators. Those of them
who acknowledge tlint thoy have not
been thorough and exhaustive In their
work excuse themselves on the score of
the bent In some ports, of tliniculltM
they could not overcome In others, nnd
of Inadequate pay in all rases. They
knew in advance what tbo py was to
be. They are not excusable on that
Alremly DlMMIiretiii unci lilncreUlt,
Kirmih Ik.'ton i.labt.
No one knows, not even approxi
mately, as yot, nnd no ono Is In a posi
tion to know, wliBt the llgures of popu
lation will bo. It Is all guesswork so
far. It Is not too early, however, to
sec that then) Is going to be a deal of
dissatisfaction with the lesults of lite
consu, and a deal of dlcredll thrown
upon the tljiutts, whatever they may
', tht .Ifhmtn Argni.
Several Instances bavo been brought
to the tiotlue uf tbe Argun where census
enumerators have thus far failed to
i numerate entire families. The two
wet ks allowed for the work ended on
Saturday, but It Is evident that tbe i-ount
Is far from complete, nntl It must be
prosecuted during the coming week.
Wo are loath to believe that there Is a
disposition to make a scant enumeration
lu Albany, and where houses have been
overlooked the fact should be brought
to the attention of the authorities, so
that a full and fair count of our popu
lation may be returned.
A City Tlmt Will Verity the t'isures.
Fumi tkt IlurrltbMry Knntn .War.
Several cities Tear that they will be
found wanting in this day of general
reckoning, but Fort Worth, Tex., is the
only one that has ordered a eeustia of
Its own. The Chamber of Commerce
of that city bus appointed a man for
each census district, at $5 a day, to see
that the official enumerators shall not
leave a Fort Worth soul out of the
In Vain She Solt-.SoupeU the Justice to
J.et Iter Down ISatjr.
Maria Hubbard, aged 43 years, was
arrested by Special Morgenstern, of
ISarnes, Hengerer &, Co.'s store, on tbe
charge of petit larceny in stdalin; a
gold headed umbrella, valued at $14,
says tbe Buffalo Courier. When she
was brought before the police justlee he
"Well. Mrs. Hubbard, are you guilty
or not guilty t"
"Well, 1 tell you bow it was, judge,
dear, I was "
"Guilty or not guilty r" interrupted
bis honor. "Here take an oath."
"But, judge, dear, I never took an
oath in me life." he took oae this
"Now, what about Ibis umbrella r"
'Well, I left me umbrella" showing
a cheap, faded suaehade to the Court
"I left tue umbrella near the counter,
aad whett I left I suppose I took the
wroag oar they look alike."
Mr. Scboll, aa employe of the irat,
was put o the .land, aad swore that he
was told by oae of the wouista clwM
that aa umbrella bsd been sides. Ha
went out oa the street, aad there found
Maria with her uwbeiU aad the oae
she had atolea. She had just torn otf
the lkket. aad wag taeriatr H to piece.
"Well, luke at that sow1" burst ia
Maria. "What are w eotatog to whew
the youag uuw will swear to that t
Doe he say I had both umbrella r Oat,
wtrsa, wirra. that's too bad"
Did you Lear oaf the ticket?'' .aid
"Well Judge, dear, I puppo- idid."
Are you pretMued to pay a & ? "
"A Daw, it It 'How Wg a on? "
"1 itwm about m will be right."
'Tweetydoliar.lsit? Huwly Msfiei'
aa shrltkwl. "I'll pay atoast til or
"Well I gueac about twenty days to
tips woriihintiaD lata, utttoaf I put yvat
to tail itasH yew tot your leuST katvw
&JUI ftaat taaat sCfM
"Sot a tto ctats would I ask them
e pwi " 'aaa p stiaassjsiai
tor, but jvatoje, ttear. 'a't about 1
ta tostoa beiuNis&tp to Ctork Myaa
to tasto ltlp rlotTB aaatoa.
.lasKirrMm: few Marnier.
A tHYrtiTf Is akMMpt toavitw a toatol.
"VaM. laadlfird bauaaa lMatar hoar-d'yado-
you v aad rteaspt tost p.itt
tot a hud whta you haww nary wall
tttot tibe toiipjpe syaa s iupi I hast toatoad
oatas Wiiiard tokto"
Wrf $fa' adyalalsl stoslslk- fet Qttf fM
Bfiiid. IfA taawaJA BBBBaaSsPllaBll of
"s? "ar "F sajpa" vasss jajipsejBSP,i sasass" pb
A f lltjea MikaaiBteatsr
KiJayti Hiitlifv Mammi wtaMav't sQii.
toaae aalt Dr. Does) to hwk at tof attto
p eWHawPJ aiWrSra ppPs avp aaBajp ayaat
W b.1 tied docUsT.
tal Reddy Well, paaa U hut
itihl he Was iiUck twetoc.
iL.t t.ut, aad to k.eco uul -j awd ouy
Jvur i : ILiL nt the Lnet ucuot fedlc.
S J I s v i uib atrcet uortbwcat You can i
... L.l j bit a Lkc i-ifei VWkt kiotlUSxu
A tt fhp Van Winnie titive ft
FVM l ,Vf VflrH ..
In tM yard of a Scrantott Wrd sttt
ncnt a pair of Bnglfsh sparrows begati
a few weeks ago rn get ready to go to
housekeeping. They took up their
abode In ft little box that was fastened
to the top of a pole. Other sparrows
undertook to occupy the box, but the
pugnacious first comer soon drove
them away, and from that time on tbe
plucky pair fixed up their lrousehold
and got everything in readiness to ral
ft family without being disturbed by
their apparently envious neighbors.
AVhen tbe industrious birds were
nearly ready to settle down to a quiet
married life, an accident happened that
canwd a row lietween the pair. One
day before the female had begun to sit
her husband flitted away, ami was trone
a good ileal longer than usual. During
his absence the female busied herself
by flying from the nest to the yard ami
back, adding finishing touches to her
household ami sprucing things up In
side lite box. lly and by Mr. Sparrow
returned, but be didn't look as neat ami
natly as he did when he sailed away.
In some way he had lost all of his tall
feathers while he was gone, and his
wife wouldn't have anything to do with
him or let htm enter the house. He
seemed to try to explain mailers to her,
but she wouldn't listen to him at nil,
chirped at him spitefully, and fought
him whenever he attempted to ap
The student knew that the bobtalled
bird was the rightful husband by n pe
culiar mark on hla head, and be
watched the result of the fnmlly trouble
with keen Interest. For two days tbe
unhappy husband coaxed and begged
his wife to treat him as she had torm
crly done, but his pleadings made her
all the more determined to get rid of
him for good. All nt once the bobtail
sparrow disappeared, and tins never
been seon around there since. The fo
male continued to occupy the box, and
Inside of three days she got another
husband, set up housekeeping anew,
nnd In duo tlmo hatched nut n nest full
of little ones.
MAKING A SPEECH
I.ookn llHuy I'.nnnali, Hut Ik Itonllr
Ilnriler Than Snn-lnc Vfnoil,
It lttny look like n very easy thing for
a member, having bis speech written,
to deliver It during the course of an
hour In the House, but It Is not such nn
oay thing as It looks, writes a Wash
ington correspondent. Tbo average
speaker gets a deal of athlotlc exorcise
In thu course of an hour's speech.
There arc some members in tbo House
who can stand nnd read n speech with
out lifting a hand oxcept to turn the
pages, and almost without changing
position; and there arc others who cntt
talk all day without getting tired, but
the nvcrnge speaker pcrpTres a If he
were sawing wood.
An oil-hand speech of ten minutes
does not count, but the man who throws
his arms In the air ns if whirling in-lbin
clubs, hammers his desk like a hltck--mltli,
and dances all around the place
for an hour or more, is lakln: very
violent exercise. Experience baa
taught some of them that It Is not -afe
lo ninke such a speech without taking
exint precautions against cooling oft too
1 know several members who take
extraordinary precautions. They do
not speak often. They know for
weeks beforehand that they arc to
speak, and, after nil preparations arc
made for the speech Itself and the day
comes for the effort, they have a
servant brine a complete change of
linen nnd underwear and n heavy over
coat to the capltol. nnd wait with these
things at hand until the speech Is
ended. Then the speaker, with the
perspiration pouring off him, rushes to
the Cloak room, where the servant
stands with the' coat ready, and throws
It oMjr his shouldors as soon as he
cornea within reach.
Next, the member, with the collar of
his overcoat turned up high, tucks his
dry underclothing under his arm and
makes for tbe bathrooms. There he
enters the waiting-room, where tbe tern
poraturo ia high and there can be no
draught, being under ground, anil waits
to cool off a little preparatory to a bath.
There Is no more work for him In the
house that day. When be has got his
bath bu makes for bis lodgings as fast
as be can, ami stays there until thor
Poor Fishing. First Hoy DM you
SecoBd Roy Not until I got home.
Sua iViJi'tto 11'm,
Kx plained. "What makes .Taeksoa
look so awful sober this morningr"
"Because be was so awful drunk last
To ga with safety through tbU nor id
Oue atptet be bold aad wise;
But he hat to rise up early who
Would get ahead of the atae.
The saloon keepar U feetuaate ia that
hi customers arr faai above uarryiag
boaie their owa lomU.MujAaiiUou
It la pretty rough oa soma of the,
coloaehi to be fwamdletj to tail the earn
tut ma about thair military itwvtos.
The Same, Yet l)fcBfret.-Ted-Hl.
la a stoattmr aUpaaca,
Ked Plural, you ateaa. Ht raa oaf
with aaotaar feitow'. wtfa. Ltf.
AmWguou I gtiMt thaw is ae aoae
for Mr. Joaea. ,?WI& aoat" "Why,
he had fottr itoetOM yjalt himyeeserday."
TUaft atfat aaaatfaat JfUOkaf
Saaat bkNtfsaat laaaf fJaA flfX'
"If luiuut atiatahea. thaa.
i don't ueed )eu," ake tuM.
X Ywk Su.
Aa laundry. "I will take thawi
spetoad- atMtlsuMU" "Yse Taaak yas.
ytK, Shall wa saad phamt ar" "Havst
you a hoa tartr" ?V4.
Idfa'tUpa aad Uow."VoM'm aot
tooktof well." "$. I'm mad u."
" WaT all your" "rmtoofcswdowa."
Chieayv MmtdMf W.
'Itorso.' wile U a van- baswitilul
Tat; bat aM las aaa xswv
lifatatiiiahU fitatf"" ' "What la thair
iifaappSaisaa'111 " !pap r Sanaa
At West I'uiat laal tiyht seaw ol tha
hey itaoatd ike girl vlaitor a taa diaW
eaca aesweea a cajtotoato aad a capiat
.M. turn 4uu.ru).
sse ta aaaiaijMajc e Upaaej
tad the eilKT'WKie of pareuu, ljrpii,-ltt,B
aad twMas. tluuitghutpt taa couairy, -be
claiau ul JAeil Iji's Food ty Ugaa taor
outWy tatibliidHrfi It ia to the few ol
tt Wmm At y, 4v W
lt wM wm Sbv lVlt to j!sjg
aaotoal Su ,,i shA bAtj.BaattBa tovr
TjppSe'pfaaw- "sas asam fjpBjse sajBwsa amaiasa Hpv
iatai oawaiatoa. ptaMut rulnina tmiasi
hltth. but we must hate H PUimhU
vhiaCuU.. ti ir alariua, taJauK Tab. J M
JpUtiiug, i0 Pibuijiiajda avaoos.
Tito Street Shlutattons af SerrTe or SS
Raising th hat as a mode of tlu
tfort.except to highly ditingwlshJrl me,
ft not much In rogue in New Yort. Half
a ttoren prominent citizens, says the
New Yotk Svn, are accustomed to the
respect of a raised bat, and they raise
their own in return. There is a marked
difference in the manner in which a pub
lic man acknowledges greeting from
different persons. Sir. uepew has an
amiable smile and an inclination of the
bead for almost everybody. If a mtm
raises bis hat to him, the orator returns
the salute In a similar manner.
It Is evidently mechanical, but the
system Is petfccU If Sir. Depw's
acquaintance raises bis hat four Inches,
the president of the New York Central
Hallroad lifts Ids own well polished tile
a similar distance from the head. If a
man touches his hat btlm with a finger
r-o does Jlr. Depew. A man of wide
acquaintance In New York Is ex-Secretary
Whitney. A few days ago the
writer was looking from an upper win
dow of Delmonico's when Jtr. Whitney
pnesed, and he Iwwed to four persons
while crossing Twenly-slxtb street. The
first, who was a Democratic politician
of some prominence, Mr. Whitney
nodded to in an off hand manner, nnd
added a slight wave of the hand. The
politician's greeting was precisely slmi
ar to this.
A moment later Mr. Whitney bowed
with considerable dignity, but without
touching his hat at all, to an olderly
gentleman who holds the post of libra
rian in n well known law association.
A moment later a dapper little society
man, with a pinched waist, tlgbl boots
and elaborate attire, pranced by, burst
Into n scries of brilliant smiles and sa
luted the secretary bv lifting bis bat
clear off his head. Jlr. Whitney baroly
acknowledged the snlutntlon by nn nl
most Imperceptible Inclination of his
head anil passed on to lift his hat po
litely to a member of tbo German Loga
Hon, who wns staring very hard through
n single glass at tbo ox-Secretary of the
Navy. Mayor Grant has n stereotyped
bow nnd easy-going smllo, which are
bestowed on millionaire nntl pauper
PARTLY DEVOURED BY ANIMALS.
Nn I'cnr of Drntli. lint Anger ami Curl
Sir Lyon l'layfalr In a letter to Junius
Henri Urowno, says:
"I have known three friends who
wore partially devoured by wild boasts
under apparently hopaioss circum
stances of csenpo.
"Tbe first was I.lvlnestono, tbo crent
Afrtcnn tiavcler, who was knocked on
bis back by a lion, which bognu to
munch his arm. He assured mc tbiit
he felt no pain or fear, nnd tlmt his only
feeling was one of Intenso curiosity ns
to which part of bis body Hie lion would
"The next was Htistem Pasha, now
TttrkUb Ambassador In London. A
bear attacked him and tore off ptrt of
his band and part of his arm and
"He nlH asttiied tne that he had
neither pain nor foar. but that he felt
excessively angry because the bear
grunted witli so much satisfaction In
"The third case is that of Sir Kdward
Bradford, an Indian olllcer, now occu
pying a high position In the Indian
"He was seUcd In n solitary place by
a tiger, which held him llrmly bshlntl
tbo shoulders with one paw and then
deliberately devoured tho whole of his
arm, beginning at the end and finishing
nt the shoulder.
"He was positive that ho had no sen
sation or fnar and thinks that he felt a
little pain when tbe fangs wunt through
his baud, but Is certain that he felt
none during the munching of his arm."
Dliln't Know John,
Frem IKt Norton Ttri&.
After the service. Widow Weeds
Whom was Mr. Trooftext referring to
when bespoke of "this woman strleken
with grief r"
"Why, didn't you know be was re
ferring to you t"
Widow Weeds Was he? But,
then, he didn't know John.
This Is hot, and to keep tool go and buy
your clothing at tlietireat Bsnkrupt Sale,
311 SeveRth street BortbH est. You can pave
oae-baU jou pay the blgb-price etotbiers.
Kltric Bells, SneaLiag Tubes.
Ptevallattiib Its taost eservatise aad dis
eouragleg eaeet la spring aad early soauser,
baa tbe day grow warner aad tbe tonifit;
eaeet ot tbe eoU air ia gone. Heed's Saraa
HMiUa ppeedllr overeoawa "that tirel feel
tog," wbetbereauped byabaaee el cHmate,
seaaoa or Hie, by overwork or Hla ess aad m
parte that (eehsg of strength asd seU-eoeli-deatie
whieb ia cocBfertteg aad satblyia. It
atpoearep stele headgrbe, billoHsaeas, hull
acetioa aad drspeteJa.
" Early but saria" I was very ameb rua
dowa. bad aervoua beadaoaew felt papperabse
aadajltbat. I was leryamcb barippllisl by
atoad a tparaafiartlia aad reeopapaead Is to ssv
rri-."-.Vi,. J. u. Titlo. at Buood
afeaae, Cletebpad. u.
"I bate tora loa Uaw beea uatas Hood's
bareaairlHa. aad, beUeve ue. I would aot he
witaoatit. ju a orta- nnarhilsie ahtatval-ale."-8.
A. JiaoiNs, la. oatarto street,
bold kf ad druaipUu- Sl.pixtor $. freoaxeU
ealybrc.l IsOOU Jt to.. LoweU. Maaa.
lOO llossM Uim Dollar
MKdtfy if hffm . Law ftm
Uft tt aAswiBtf tttvaaSatiBaMaL
mg mfgi, w0tjjfi&$t$
tpi mn steajs.
sjFduasAabAltf It aSl
awpSaaay wappippay aypawpp
"XAr'sasHaWaW TTHKal WL
att ""' aa U m Cbaaaeav aaiUlaa. ast
nmnljritTi Taaasajrw "a r
Haotfaaa ia aba Goacta of aba aaaafat aadot
FrfffMnrflii VliSarr IB. wHaft "
p, ' - aKpwtfa ir bmsw' aa'Spaae
twti i in, twwr t. wwittt,
" ATTO-tKaT IUk w".
U.'. 4kU m IitU atreat.
DO YOU WANT
If so. See Thoc Offered by
llilrtcfiilli nml 1' Slrccli.
Cf T TO LB88 TtUX OHgnAhF OP
FORM Bit TKICB.
miti: nn: itArtu.ti.vs orn:iti:n.
m pairs Oriental striped rnrtarn. reltu,l
to 4 SB rr pair; former price, SMi very
! naltslmpwtwl rrniiutt Cnrtahis, rertneeil
tnts.se per palrj former price, ! e!eint
W palm Fancy Striped Uctit-Wetaht Clir
talaf.redneeil from fete Deeper pairs cool
and durable for summer.
TArBSTIHBS FOtt FOItNITUItB COVRK-
INOS AND nitAPEIIrT
Hednced from WSStoSt.sSper yard.
" p.ecitoM "
" " JMBtoSSc
The most extensive ami varied atwtmnt
ever shown In 1M rlty. Owln to the ad
vanced scaon we hare minced pften on the
MO rolls White Mattlnir, rnlnced toSS 90
S8T rolls Fancy Matllnr. retlaced to ft per
317 rolls Seamless Matting, reduced to$10
SCO rolls Scamlf m Mattlntr. reduced to $14
41? rolls SeamlcM Maltlup. reduced lo SI I
per roll. New and Taney Designs.
Great reduction In tho Furniture Depart
ment. Trices CUT FULLY SO PErt CENT.
Look at thoo handomo 3-pieeo Solid Oak
Clmrabcr SulM offered nt $1s. Antique nnd
Sixteenth Century Flnlih. LnreoDroer.Uev
eled Glass. Thco sult were mado expromly
for ti. after our own designs, and aro with
out doubt tho finest ever slwwn for tho
money. Worth fully $10.
tfo Chairs to match, $1 each,
soo ltockcrsto match. $ each.
300 Tables to match, S1.S0 each.
;& Uiacrcnt Stylos, fco Hmho offereil at
JI.M. ( henpest In the market.
81'ECIAL ATTF.NTION Is onllol to tlioso
offered HtJIS. This earrlnicals without ex
ception tho best ever shown at that prleo.
Alter Hon I also called toareryhindnome
5 piece l'Arlnr suit, npholstered InMlk l'lu.li
and Tntieatty. reduced to S6T.S0, worth STG.
11 list be teen to be appreciated.
HKFnit.KIIATOIlbamI ICE CIIBSTS from
IS up I.iainlno those on the Dry-Air Prin
ciple. No ptoklnK to absorb or retain the
WHtK DOORS and WINDOW tsCIlEBNS to
ADJL'STAl'l.K WIIIK SCIIEENS will fit
LOOSE FIIHNITCHEfOVKIISto order at
Lowest Possible Prices
New and Correct Effects,
'! Iilrfrcntli mill 1' Mroelv.
WOODWAItD &, LOTimor,
Corner 11th ami Psts. n w.
Continuation of Our Great Sale
Lais' White Lawn Suits,
Wrappers, Waists, k
We are still continuing
our great sale of Ladies'
White Lawn Suits, Wrap
pers, Waists, &c. It will
pay you to read these ex
Ladtos' WhlW IatUa Lawn iauiu, with
taefcail sklct aavt waist. M.W aauk.
Ladto' White IswHa Uwa Ssritc, with full
tuefctd skirt aad waist, saidi toitr yards loaa.
I it lists India Laws Suits, tHfi-l-Kvl
kite, watst itputr Ittclual aad trtmiaiil with
asahroMptfy, S4 Mch
t.dW' lattta Um Salt, fall taakt
&t-lstts Wiii. WttlUdt aUld tttljsfr hfts)a tsttiplfcAl SaVftat
IrinsBsftdi vriMi owfaiufal-irT. S-ft ttftflL
Tii-ttf IWatfai LiaVW SilllMU afeil, Qs( BiUMJl
mbmm)Mf U tucJtii Uttcit L mm myte
Uulk' IjuIU Lawa tail, ylmm fti n
hroMigiwd box pUJiaft doubl Urt mam stfi
Uiito' WWW uH of ria Pattaru. uf
Ladpw' Hate whltt Box rrtttnf l
Tucked Mlu, with dsMisla shift, suttaWa tor
Lastsa Whsta Hall lulls. it wikAui
ttiiBitUnhnJ toaawlag. pttitaM tar liuand
Ljppppp)' wisitsi Ssyta ol iitaptrt Wppsa, wp
hMUpptasl Mui hataptitifhipd tpopupasa& sVatastfar
JkM aUeilliHhUt UjHpS of Ls?tlte MtahtfUMsi
Pbpte ftUsWMEksWstod ftsMl KfhiOstitsMtWir H-f aj
Um) W latidte' WhU JUaMMstt -tti K aWl
Iff tf ggiT
ihP? 19pHsp ifllBfra ThWP iPPp"pw pP Vkwt
jksflHHvMpl sUHsl phsHMBiattpl QbMkWpMkt S4MA
IsftAt sHHsMk ltastt wJ blMfl
wmm k most,
LBAfGH'S GRAND OfEKA BOt SK
Svwrfnf at 8:15. Hatlnee Saturday.
UMONT OPERA GOMPfiNY
The Black Hussar.
General Admtttfon o
Next Week AMOMTA.
j8At JWv? O ?At..
It the Ort.t of Alt Mttreal1ntmaent?
8wjMri R pfrforwi aitf nraMe
,rwa a tvatta or a naUsM to an
ovefttlfe or a sjwpWIiy more
netrntmnty ad nwre aearly
pwtwt tfta any etner !nte
The Aenlma la not mechanical, tni tho
mantpnlntKn of It is sr simple that a pet on
oan letrn to p!y It " from one to three
weeks' praoMee. Toor visit to ee this in
strument will be esteemed a favor at
E, F. DROOP'S,
MB TA. AVE.,
Sole A front for St'nway-amt Other First
Class Pianos anrOtpan.
ON THK CIIKSAPEAKK.
OPEN JUNE m-
Naval Academy Sand.
F1NB6T MBI. FINEST ATTRACTIONS,
EVEIfVTIlINO THE BEST.
Trains leave B. A O. Depot, week itays, 0.15
h. ra., l.sOnnil -I.JOp. rn. Satxlays, 9.35 a.m.,
1 JO ami 3.15 p. m
Learo Day JIMrc, week dajj, 6T0 ami 8.30
p. m. Sitmlajs, 8 and 0 p. m.
Round Trip Tickcls - - $1.00
J. T. ODELt,
C1IA8. 0. SOt'LL,
Ocn'l ranensor Aeettt,
The Mount Vernon
AND MAltSttALL HALL STEAMBOAT
On and after JVNE 1. 1060. the new Iron nnd
will learn Iwr wharf, foot ot SEVENTH t ,
for 5IOVNT VElt.NON and MAHSHALL
HALL ns follows:
ForJloUNT vaitNON-Every day eXojt
Sunday) at 10a.m. nnd 180 p. in .returning
at 'i and fi:A0 p. m Passengers run temaln m
MOUNT VKKNON until reeomt hoat leaves It
desired, lure, round trip, SI. Invludine ad
mtsrlon to the Mansion and ((rounds. Lie
cant cafe on the boat. Meals and I 'in l.c-f
ForMAIIMlALl, HALI-Same as MOl'ST
VKltS'ilV .chiMluln fur nnk iIiiti.
..---..-.... -. . .. .. .- .
(liiM'NDAYM at 11 a. m .
, x.3u ana s a m .
retiirnlnent a. s.nnd op m.
On miltAYS and HATUMDVY-. Special
MoonlUht Kxcurlors ilown the river ti
INDIAN HEAD. tnllchlnK at MA1HIIALL
11 AI.L comic Rnl reliirninK. isaMne walnnK
tonatC;aop. m.. reachlnK city on return ut
10 u m.
Meals and lunches at all times at M.Ut
hllALL HALL Ilestnnrant.
KHretoMAltMIIAl.t. HALL and return. S'.
rents on any trip; children, between Cam! U
years, 15 cents.
Tho popular nnd rellabln steamer W. W.
COItCOltAN will make her river landlnss aa
far down as GLYMONT, lardlue at MAlt
MIALL II ALL doing and retamlne, leaving
her wharf dally (except Sunday) at 10 a, m ,
returnlns at 4 p. m. Itrmnd trip, i fents.
Hunday trliwof the W. W. COH)HANto
MAI181IALL HALL will be announced
weekly, eo advertisements.
For charter of steamers MACALBSTP.lt
and COItCOltAN for either MOUNTVEKNON
or MAIIbllALLHAIX apply toL. L. ULAKE,
Captain, on steamer. ju.tf
M. W. GALT BEO. & GO:
Call attention to their stock
of Watches, comprising1 c'l
the most desirable moveme ?
and styles of casing, from
lowest price for which a
liable lime-heeper can
bojighl to the most expensir
These ivatches bear our
firm name and are fully
American W a It ham
Watches of all grades
mnE NOKWOOD INSTITUTE.
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"la riIy to your rjnt tor bt ndvtce as
to a food sehool for your daattfaler, I aa
with eeafidpw rueowaisnit Mr. i.d Mrs.
CaWH' Norwood Iaatltata. 1st Washington.
D. O. Tb ptastdafd of sohoiatsUp '.tire it
blh. the iastruetiea thorosah aad thaiLfio,
eaw good. L. Q. C. Lamsk.
JaMlce U. S. bapress Court '"
BiouluMor otaors havtaa Uhr Ulna: . 4
or SU coll.Uou4 uf boots to ilippu-.. i.
aro lavlted to ddri tho aadorsJaaiwI. wnu
aM at all ttaua resuly to purchaso th4)Sdn,d
oat Uboral teriiM. aod (or lassBodwi (jv
auspt. The dly. uuoyaju.e tuul ui..crtj.i;.ty
of aantkia sales U thantby aoidd
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