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pot is paid to the national Consti
tubon, or the laws made in pursu
Sance ereof. Look to the State of
Kentucky, where the provisions of
the Civil Rights Bill are eoqlly set
at nought, where, except in a few
localities, education is denied to
the colored people, where the Ku
Klua murder men in the streets of.
her capital and are disechrged,
where government agents are driv
en from their work by armed mobs
which the local authorities refuse to
control. Look to Tenhesee, where
in an evil hour owing to the Repub
lican dissensions that party has
come into power, and instantly
school-houses for the education of
the poor are closed, and school
The resolutions of the Democrat
ic platform adopted at Columbus,
on the 2d of June last, hint at the
doctrine of the sovereignity of the
States as strongly as they dare in
this region, for you can drive a
Democrat from any' doctrine of his
party but this. 'u can drive him
from a worship of the foreign vote
to Know-Nothiugism, you can drive
him from hard money to greenbacks
you can drive him from free trade
to a protective tariff you can make
him forget the-doctrine of manifest
destiny and oppose the annexation
of new and valuable territory, but
Iou cannot make him forget this
fundamental principle of his organ
But [the measure of General
Grant'sadminist ration which brin;'s
out the heartiest Dermocratic" abuse,
and at the same time demands our
heartiest suport, is the bill passed
in April last giving the President
power to protect the loyal people
of the South against the organized
bands of assassins.
They Snash their teeth at this
righteous enactment, and denounce
it as a tyrannical invasion of the
rights of the States. To their
minds the fact that the black loyal
ists of the South gained their lilwberty
in spite of th,, .ltwrts of the Dc
--.aoeracy to keep them in chains is
a sufficielt. reasotº for munrdlerintg
them. Why will these blacl,. nc
cept the freedoml that has belen given
them? Whl will they perml'it their
prejudices to be aroused in Iblhalf
of the party w\hiclh ~nav, theIa liber
ty': Why \ i l ti11;, tinall vote the
Republicmat i, Let " I hat else call
the Democracy of the Sorth do
under the circumllstances titan ad
minister the set'onrge to tthe uItignil
ed black Republican till he dies, ,or
send him out of life by the speedier
instrumentality of the piustal, hullet
or the hangman's rope? What else
can the Northern' Democracy do
than deny the murder at first and
when it is proven apologize for it ?
,The Denowrºrcy of the North de-
clares the Kun-Klux Bill to he con
trary to the letter antd spirit of the
Constitution, aldhongh that instrnl
ment was franed to "insure domestic
tranquility, and scenCre t he blessings
of liberty." In their opinion, whlen
a State permits citizens to le drtiven
from the polls by aneard violence,
when it permits arson, brultal outrage
and murder to run riot, unntil in
whole regions of the country men
dare not sleep in their homneq lest
they be sgzed by masked bands of
assassins and murdered, for the
General Government to interfere
for the protection of these victims
is an infrrctioil of Lthe rights of the
There never was a llt' re neethi
or more right.onrs law, lld the lie
publican pa:uty can have no, better
question to 'pre'Imit to tlhe [l'¾ph.
for sanction than thi.
It is the glomrius mis:iOl of our
party to protect thle weak againist
the strong, and the people will sns
tain it so long as it (.n'atinues t,,
perform that dutly.
It must- not he forgotten that
this fall we selet ou'r S.tate andn
county officers.' Ti'iat. the lHopilb
licans will triumph, it th!'y ttry. no
one doubts. So far, in the ,lalt
forms'of the Democratic party, and
the speeches of their orators, I find
no charges brought against the Re
publioam. for their administration
of State affairs. This is well. If
anything was wrong they purely
would have informed us.
The honorable gentleman, who
h1t for two terms filled the poet of
Oovernor, declines a third election.
AU men in the State, Republlicans
"'ind Dmoerats, can unite ii saying,
"WdB dime, good and" faithful s~r
rvant." Th gentleman whom we
have dioe as our candidate is
every way worthy of the honor we
intend to bestow. Born in the glo
riou old State of New Bampehire,
where a love of freedom is imbibed
.: mtb aother'u s mik; he early
learned that o man cuan be truly
free sob hag r hi brother man is a
dsva. 'li idead grew with him to
uasa -sede ra in the long anti
slavery countet .hi was always on
the side of freedom. When the
war eamei at the head of a id. lt
baud, many of whomn.die I tit . lyou
an1d I might ie free, lie w ,at to th,.
liqttle field. His record there is
glorious. Performing faithfully :and
gallantly his duty. whether in the
camp or field. he was at last borne
lrom the front with a wound that
cauned the loss of his leg. Since
then he has filled positions of honor
and trust, elected thereto by a grate
ful people, always with credit to
himself, and profit to the State. A
better choice could not have been
made, and we will carry him in
triumph to the Governor's chair at
the October election.
Finally, friends, we cannot better
celebrate the Fifteenth Amendment
than by resolving that we will stand
by the Republican party until its
great mission is accomplished, and
regulated lilt'rty and peace shall
prevail through all the bounds of
our great republic.
By the4ime 'Mr. Clark concluded
the steamboats were whistling for
passengers, the purpose being to
have all aboard and pass over
"Four-mile Bar" before night fall,
as all the boats "stuck" on the way
A carefully prepared address by
Rev. Philip Toliver, now of Ports
mouth, formerly of Cincinnati, was
necessarily cut off, and after a brief
concluding speech by I )r. A Mek.,
the re emharkation connmenced. The'
grove at this time, say hallf-past 5i
o'clock, presented a singularly ani
mated and unusual atpwarance. Th,.
novelty of so man? eolored people,
all well dressled and all well behaved,
moving in dense masses through
the treey, and chatting and laugh
ing until the wo,ods resoundled with
9 mighty bnuz and hum, was cr
eecdingly enjoyalble for ,one of the
Caucasian race, knowing the ordeal
through whi'ch these once dlespised
and down-troldden lpople paisse to
the fullness and Ilessedness of
American citizenship. Indeed, the
eleln'ation, although not as well
maniagedl as it mniighlt have been, was
a happy sece,'ss, andi will ]not go far
to enhance the public iresl.,et f,
our Colored pe'ople, andi increase
and extal thaft self respect frl',i e
which true manlool sprin.s and
citizenship is maintaintined.
WIATIER AND CROPS.
Nothing cluhl le finer for the
harvesting than the weather at pre
sent. .Just enougl h rain, and no
The ri.e crop will 1.ic the finest
for years. The planters are unaui
mn,,u:M in tlu s 'elief, that if nothing
unfavorable occurs, till the crop is
in, that it will i: the largest and
best they ever had.
It is now concedoed by the best
inslectors that Plointe-a-la-Hache
rice is ahead of all others.
The corn fcro > is larger this year
than last ? ,,ar's.
Cane looks spljhdid.
The planters are all hbsy cutting
the new crop. They all look in the
humor. and show, by their free and
easy air, what they think of their
comining harvest.- A'epil,'re Parih.
We had a tr'ritic storm on Meon
day last. Thunder and lightning
was "all the go." We crossed "old
Red1" during its Iprevalence, anl got
complet-ly "ducked" and alimost
I,!lhtinl n.!, ,l, but we finally t'
rivred safe in port: Some consider
able damage was done during its
vinst to our cquiet town, the quarter I
section of the top corner of the Ice
Hou.se Hotel was completely rddledlcl
and knocked down, as the sidewalk
comipl't'-ly showed thie next morn
We also learn that two men in
tiravelling down bayou Rapides,
while the storm wa~s raging, '*took
to a tree" for shelter, the lightning
struck the tree and both were killed
,rdunt,ly u iuinquest .was held by
dC-oront- Wood, and a verdict ren
dered in accordance with the above
Since writing the above we learn i
from Coroner Woul that the two
men killed on Bayou Bapides were
named Francis Neil and Pierson
Shook, who, from papers found on
Stheir persons were frcmi' Canada i
West near the city of Toronto.
We also learn that after the storm
A. N, Ogden Jr. and C. R. Hay
worth E.sq., went otLt of their hause
i to see what damage htrad been done.
by the storm and found these two
men tranding on their. feet in the
hollow of alargeaPMamormatree near
tbe ~og plamntion. From ap
pearanece of the bodies when found
fia to be otlpid that they never
ethpaiP of ~iath. ' This is one
of thiSip~ot re.markble oceurance.
that has ver taken paes inour
urism the way of Lightaing. -
YE W AD VERTIlOMEXTS.
THE INDIA RUBBER (COMB 0C
N'os. 9,11 &18 Meercr Street,
Soler msfaetaren, ider ltI'dyar'sI
and Iylrr's Pttauk,
INDIA RUBBIER COMBS,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
ALSO, SOLE MANUAFACTUR IS
COMBINATION 81DE COMBS
[M 1DE rNDER I ArT's PATEIT.]
The sale of any Combin a ion Sid
Combs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, is prohibited by law.
CBAMLas A. DANA, !ltar.
: the gallasWfat ,us.
A Newspar I a t Pre eat ThaM.
Inaseeeid r PeoPw Now sa Ussoh.
Incleudig armeas. Meahmale. Mema, Pro.
feuloaLMen. Worr . Thsksu.rsad all Ma.
ewr of Haset Folks, ma the Wlii, Soas, am
Dauasbso of aU saab.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I
ONE rUNDRED VOPIggs P'R tp.
Or is tba Oa e Oat a Opy. L there be a
1SO Club as every Paot Os.
SIE3IWERELY 8UN, "0 A TEAR,
of the ane alse sad genral earaeter as
THE 'WEEKLT, but with a stater variety of
amieilaneos reading. and frisbblag the ews
to its maseriber with greaer Dbeaubas, beeasea
Is omwes twiice a vkt asead ooance oaly.
THE DAILT SUN, So A YEAR.
A plnlaoatlv reasids aaws. _w.w teo
large aneaiala IS ho rortI i" 7s ow
b cemtas a awa'. orp a year.
TERMS TO OLU.a
THR DOLLAR Wt LT VIN:
w ,a, copn, a oo y, wase s y
Five cop.. onse year,. r W&y ,
]ea rapine, am yemr. eaaasaiy adeaa camw
(d T fo aiyr y ear atks tMe anaupd
e bedre ee. ear. to
PTm OPsonaer. ates ad roas
r P tc oa r nsp ar, eo C d"ep Nw
s clu mmav g toNeaw.
PTCHBACK, ,& ANTOINE,
114 CaEarnclelot ImBIt.
Liberal Aeltai..es made on Gmsipn
SI eo~tr. flaw n iu... w
s,, a s .},;,, , .,l , oter·r., i,)aruct d
on the B;I of La.I;,,. [
Lavon SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.I
Sunny Side', Egg'a Point
Barnard, Grand Lake. Iao.
ta, M.aryland, Carolina, Pilcher' Point
Skipwith, Lake Provideneq, TranyvAeyaa
oodrih's. Milliken , Bend, DuckLport,
Vicksburg, Grand Gulf, 8L Joph, Rod
hey, Waterproof, Natdhrz, Bayou Sara,
Batn Roug,, Plaquemine. Donaldsoville,
and all inteimediate and Coast landing.
W. S. PIKE,
SJ.J. Brown, Mater.
(In pla ce of ateamea Achez,i
Will heave an above, and, will ia d all
(ounneto at Vickahorg with packets for
all pointa -U the Yazoo ad, Tallaikbeci
", , treig ht a, poem" spply ror boar
J.Nt). JANNEY. AgeD t
Sihd enmnon r eawt.
230 POYNL *T., CORNER.
ST. Pr ILlP,
I. A. tWIAPELLA ,
Stapleaad Uaay Sjti *leds,
) As·Idirbase a
TE LALANVE' WHEEL
4 times aseso
o tims am a te,
14400 times am our,
S45eoo times a day,
92,oo00 timea week
1L,368,000 tmsse a Month,
198,144,000 time a yer.
MORE IS EIPECTE' OFA WATCB.
TBANANY KIND OF
It mu.1 not only run dl day, dUalt night ;
notd ar on w.aLdays, but on &Sundays and
Hotidapy. It must rwn raaging up or lying
doma--pmeld down or right ride up. It mst
keep rinning when the wcaerr site down or
stand up, When he wokseor rides. Infect,
if is epertedt to do its duty at al times, i;
every place and in sery posetion.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fuli all these reqgiements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 akeed, 61 Screws, and 986 other
parts making alltngetlr 136 separate pie,s.
ALL GENUINE WALTHAM.
Watoheen have aevena
TrE ETRA JEWELLED iAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
TrE FULL JEWELLED HAVE FIFTEEN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
waking the movement of a single watch
roast over a Hulindredl Tousand IDadar.,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid Silver
Hunting Case, for 31d. The same watch
could not be made by hand and finished
as perfectly for Tm Tmza ars muH.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rifle
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken alat.
and the screws, wheels, springs, &c., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting these parts together
again, withuot any referetnce to their
former combination. This in a
(UREAT AI"FANTA UE;
For, if ,ay part of a Waltham Watch is
iljured we can always replwe it ata
A iENUNE WALTHAM WATCN
Is made with special referenuc to
Other Watches will run for a year or two,
an require eonstant repairs ; but
AL Walthanm Watoth
WILL RUN FAITIFI'LL Y
FOR MANY YEARS.
We sell these Watches,
IN 8OLID 8ILVER HUNTING
.CAE...' ...................... $18
IN SOLID GOLD HmNTTINO CAESF, $74
We have prepared an
IliSTUATEI PICEI UIT,
which describes the various grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality ofthe Cause, and all other inform
a tion necessary for an intelligent nelection.
We wish every one would senl for it
before ordering a Wateh.
Write for it as folloies :
tMesrs.. Iforord & b.,
Xi . 786 Broadmay, New iYork :
Pleme su ed me pyour lhwdta Pr;e
K Eird f Walthame Watches, as per edrer
Stiemnte in Tha Loomwuaw.
S (Siig name and addres in fall)
We have sent out over FRe 7. oasatf of
these Watches upon these onadition, and
Shave only bee asked to refund the money
in three cases, and not one ofthees was
on aseont of dinatifcton with the
Watch, but beeasm e the prties needed
Ithe money more,
SWa mars N Aemea as onUa mcmS
A1 -asss o aL.L A ammrve os
Oaox on sss cu an aW Ware rsano
oi -xo UD wsu. coL aem tm· Ioad IWa R
PasNUs m Pi NPm oms. Au m
mup s un Wam ars Pason d.
Omm gp bL e -W deit not sell
Si~e1 Oaes whtr (tesew
us as othar smes ax p or Gamin
I Yt. Wabal s ash is vesthy
naotal gme. e atle ra
1 r m s - al meas4Pssl .,
-. ATil1tR lS.
SLtlala, Ire Mutaia adl therL
THE ONLY A llrOUTE
To St. Lemis, Gbicag~ , O~ma , ean
Francisco, St Nal, .Kanwa City, Lav
enworth, St Joseph,
Ad all alMat rtih l., s E l West.
TWO EXPREUS TRAINS leave the
.New Orleanq, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Depot daily, at 7
A. . and 5 P. M.
AN RIPREiB TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at 8 A. M., via the
New Orleas; Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad. making close connections
at Mobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all pqiaut Northl, East
For ticket. apply tc
A 1). 8IIStM-r +r.
Ticket Aent New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northbn Railroad, corner (`.unp
and Common streets, under Ctity
Hotel : or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and
Chatanooga Railrhood No. Ir0 Cow
ntun street, under St. Chales Hotel.
J. 8. WINGIIELD.
SGeneral Superintonding Agent St. Louie,
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of thin roaj will he
opened for busineas on
uelday. Ntemkfr tL 17i.
and peasager trains will run a3 tllowf :
Leave New Otl*anc, fromu .the ftHt of
Canal street, tor Bay St. Louis, Pass
Christian, Mimituippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springs. Paeagoulaand Mobile at t o'clock
A. M. rrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
MOBILE AND iOHIO, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
RORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:90
A. M. Arriving at 8:10 P. M.
Rare rtwrea ew Orkuus atd ,blIe,
THRO(UGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4:34 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For further information, call at the
General Ottce of the company, rooms one
and two, up stairs. BTORY BUILDING,
corfrt Camp and Common streets.
J. RI KENDRICK,
The .ew trlems, Jalrlck , ad Gret
NLteri anId Wintitippi .entral
Run t~eir Iaswaeuear , w.. rii d Nag
gages Cre, theri combilned lJngth
aBOGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
iIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 i. . EixpreTmrnrna hlily,
Makes elome conneetions for Vickashrg,
Mem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louiville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping car at
night, Cantasto Orand Jnnctin and
The -I8 trar lhea .%w Ormns Aily.
Makes schedule connections with Light
mug Euprtraie, tosl poinrNORTB,
EAST and WEST. Carriea the Peat
Ti to kw ,Tek, 0 i0r.
New and delegs~ptly Saed up Ieep
Carem to hmeidt. Temmmee, CMI
land, Temnemee, and LoeisvillS, Keume
queis Tmrin 8ah arrives at 1:30
MdB Sillin Asgf k a at 111 05 . M
AIY55.21B... New die misdr a
3. n WM. Gemeu 3p5s
5.m . DOSt, £amum Tiehet AO
2L a "--- o -s a.a.. ..a.
[--e- _- g-Ilm -- ,..+. ".
WATCRv' ArrR A eD JzENfWU ga
DEALER IN GOLD AND
.d roe Geld Jemwelry. Keep alwayss
bad all classes sa pateam s Ot d,
aja -- rt aM spe etmeuL smad Te
e. Glasses ehauged ah d sent to
any past of the sinay. Watch repairs
dom promptly and warnated. Address
U11 Cero.let aest, NOew Orles.
Feb. I ly
a5 GOOD s$
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we an authotrized by them to close out
a large line of European Wat.hes~
Chains. etc., now in stock, for Cash, at
prices nevet letor; known. All beautitul
in anish, artiatic in design. reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
stile. Every Watch will be retailed as las
than soast of importation ad fo-rwardn d
securely packed, prep id, to any part of
the country on receipt of lrice. Money
can be set to us by Express, with or
ders tor Express Co.. to return Go"ds or
as.h, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steeL cut hands, engine turn nerL correct
and serieeable article, large or smail size
in complete running order, with an
elegant Gent's Vest hain, Locket and
key,all complete. mailed flee for FIVE
A VIRY HAND&'IME W,ATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated J)onble Cannes.
imitation of $100U Gold n atch-engraved
or plain. genuine Enutish, full plate
jeweled movemente, adjusted regulator,
correct, and uw complete running or
der a ith elegant Gent's Vest Chain,
witllocket and Key, mailed pre-pd.l for
only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
The Oride Gold Watch.
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD lk)ull l
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, full jewrled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, prei- t
eely like iu_ appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of thsee splendid Watches will ,e
forwarded by mail free to any addres. in
handsome morocco rea, lined witl~iulvet
ind satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wtch1 . itr
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
Watches for Holiday Presents ian.Mtfac
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WAT('HE.l
of all grades, in Gold and Rilver .tser,
from $18 up to 12U0. Other Good Wat.bh,,e
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we send one extr
of same id free, as a premium to g.ttt,.r
upofthe Clb. A superior stock ot Gt.
nuine Oride Gold Chaip, $2 to $6 ,acbh,
warranted fully equal to Gold ib brilliancy
of color, wear, etc., Bills of over $12 ,oal
leetedm on delivery, if desired. All Bills of
i$12, and less, must becash in P. (t.
Money Order, .or Registered Letters. tat
tar risk. Goodas carefully selected, pagc.k~t
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or lby
Express, or wreeipt of price. Safe delivery
of all goods gnarenteed. Watches (orward
ed to be examined to parties known
when express charges both ways aresid,
No goods forwarded eutof the Miissippi
River. with bill to eollect on deli,,ry.
Purchasers mst pay all ePrss harr ge
a goods seat C. OL D.: eso frreturn
of money. Al Cash adai forwarded
fee of charges to destination. Cats·alues
Free. AddnueS all des.
CHAS. P. NORTON & CO.,
Importers of WatheL , et.
E lab~ished 157. 146 Naman St., N. Y.
OROERIES, PRODUCE k'.
A. L WEIT3, L. .ircaDtIE~ , F. r. % '.
WHITE, ,ICRcARDS & C-.,
Scce-wa sto 4. D. OLIEF At t',..,
Io4 ...POYDRA8 STREET 104
. N Oumause.
GEO. GIOGNAC * ALF. JOURDAIN.
SIUJAC III JIIAll.
Conwat CGmo "na VtzLa, No. 23.
ALWAY8 ON HAND
Chiet, meries, CO.,. Yea, Prwisiu,
WVre sad Igquwa.
latation u Wppl o
105.. .POYDAAS 8TRS T....1S
U. J. TAYLOB....)Oitj MI. BI1rKK
W. H. M a , C.W. r,,
SL. Lam, New Olena.
MARKHAM & BtrT,
Impoteaes ad oabess ef
-AR W4L R.
- 4 Dwst £
--~rr-- I 1IP~(
.. ..Y GOODS, CLOT o TVGi
JONEPyH $. WllropO, .
13... CANAL VREET
DRY QOODS, GENTS FR
LADIES ROOM FOR SM$AW4 CL ,
-tRPETSATTING AUD '
A visit to the store aUl
peins tih;ng to Lbu chi~p
goodhly .iod at
110....·ANAL STREEf 1fl
Near St. ('Chrlre,
K-EW ORLE\VS, LA.
MEN'S AND BOy8V
BOYS AND CHILDRES y
MEI'S A.1ID lOS' SIMRITh i® To gli
Every Article Marked n
Goods sold on -one pnoe sr,
any article purthased which f;u
natisfaction can be retinued i ant ~
ev will be otunded,.
ia Moderate Pri~ps and Fr.Xe
Stock to select from ar, me um
the inducements ottered at
B. T. WALSHE'n
IR EIUI SHIr T ANDCLfTULLI U0 l
110 Canal St., near St. Charrl
N. B.- Letter Ordenr r " pr.ayP
attention and tlled C. 4). 1) a dsrl
JIlLLI ERY s u'RAE
SO.UAI CANAL STIMI ,
New Orleans, La.
Particular attention paid ot di
manufacture of Gents' udf.
olothing; alasoBaaoe Bal Club aI
Firemen's UniformMlade to rrlr.
IAAUUC OF THLE Ke 7
Emnporiumn of Fakion
lqmemrad by iInS. 1. SIelak
Mir. I. E.tLIIn
OF ALL KINDS, FRO
SUITS IN GRFAT VARIET,
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