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VftlUM XYI-Ne. 286.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1880
Price Tw Oat.
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
We have lei sale for the coming season an
Immense Stock of
Heur own manufacture, which comprises the
Htest and Most
BARGAINS IN CALICOES
NEW YORK STORE.
Cen.c and see our
5,000 YDS. WH DAI CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YAM
Justepcned an elegant assortment of choice styles In Calicoes, Cretonnes, and Chintzes
TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1880.
Watt, Shand & Company,
8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET.
which is larger and composed of the best styles
U Imj found in the cltjv
D. B. Hostetler & Sen,
24 CENTRE SQUARE.
MONDAY, APRIL 5.
Having lust it-turned from the New Yerk
JVoeli-n Market, 1 um new prepared te exhibit
nit-el the Best Selected Stocks of
haekk & BROTHER will continue the sale of Goods damaged only by
the recent lire en their premises.
WALL PAPER CARPETS,
Mattings and Oil Cleths, Muslins and Sheetings,
linens and Quilts, Woolens for Men's Wear,
and Beady-Made Clothing, &c.,
All of the above have been marked at a very low price, as we are detennlmd te close
out the entire let- .. ..Miinm Sntm-dav evening until a o'clock In
tIir hilIh Is irelnir en daily from 6 a. m. until 7 p. in. satumay ivcmu..i uu ..
8t0rC aTKEtcwS no d te stock in main .tore room business then, gees en as usual.
H AGER & BROTHER,
NO. 25 WEST KING STREET.
WATCHES, jmWM.Hr, Sc
Sprii ant Sim
'r brought te this city.
Nene but the very
EDW. J. ZAHM,
all 1 he Leading Styles. Prices as tewMU"
e i-rt, and all goods warranted as represent-
Ne. 51 North Qneen Street.
THE ARTIST TAILOR.
Closing out our stock of Light Weights at
cost te make room for
Fall and Winter Stock.
A Large Line of
English U evelties.
SERGES AND REPS,
ISANNOCKBURNS AND CELTICS,
AND BATISTE SUITINGS.
SEERSUCKERS, V ALENCIAS, PAROLE
AND MOUA1R COATINGS.
. e..i ii.i Anrtmont.nrwilferiPs Padded
Ducks in Plalnand Fancy Styles. A Full Line
Marseilles aM Dnct Testings.
AH the latest novelties. An examination of
our stock is respectfully solicited.
T. K. SMALING,
121 NORTH OUEEN STREET.
. t .. i. .ir,u if nMvwutrv for us te enlarge our store
our largely increascu uua -- - , -. ,,. ..,.,
make room ftr the alteraUens we contemplate, we will close out as much of our sleck as pos
sible, between this date and the 10th of AUGUST, at
GBEATLY REDUCED PPtlCES.
This offer applies te any article in our extensive stock EXCEPT SPECTACLES and wil
aJlSSs in our line a rare opportunity U, buy from llnd-class stock at n-
usually low prices.
Meeting of Our Lecal Agriculturists Crep
Reports Transplanting Trees Essay
en Night Seil Insect Pests tia-
lusha at the Fair, &c,
A regular meeting of the Lancaster
county agricultural and heiticultunil soci
ety was held in their room, iu city hall,
yesterday afternoon :
The following named members and visit
ors were present :
Jeseph F. Witnicr, president, Paradise ;
M. D. Kendig. secretary, Creswell ; Cal
vin Cooper, Bird-iu-IIand ; Jehn C. Lin
ville, Salisbury ; Henry M. E0ic, Mariet
ta ; Henry Kurtz, Mount Jey ; James
Weed, Little Britain ; Jehn Huber, Lit
it Elian Hershev. Lcarean Place : C. A.
Gast, city ; W. W. Griest, city ; Jehnsen
Miller, Warwick ; Wm. H. Brosius, Dru Dru
raere ; II. G. Rush, West Willow ; Israel
L. Landis, Manheim township ; Dr. C. A.
Greene, city ; C. L. Hunsecker, Manheim ;
Levi S. Ueist, Oregeif ; Peter Hersliey,
city ; Jehn II. Landis, MiHeisville ; Wash
L. Ilershey, Chickies ; Eph. Hoever, Man
heim township ; J. M. Johnsten, city ;
Harry W. Stein, city.
Crep reports being called ler, II. M.
Engle, Marietta, reported that in his
section of the county the corn looked ia ia
verably; the potato crop would be short;
the ground, hitherto iu geed condition for
plowing, is new getting tee uaiu , .-
will be an average yield of apples and a
rather short one of pears. Peaches show
well, and the tobacco, especially that
which was early planted, is very line:
some of the later planted may net make an
average crop uuiess iueiu i uw
seen ; the young clever is a failure, aud
the pasture short. The rainfall for July
was a 10-16 inches, for June, 3 5-16.
Henry Kurtz, Mount Jey, reported the
cernas looking remarkably well at pres
ent ; the fodder has been already made, but
if we don't seen get rain the cars will net
till ; both clever and tnneiuy nave iaui ;
some of the tobacco has been badly eaten
by grasshoppers, ether fields aie irregular,
and still ethers very fine ; some has been
already cut off, but it is tee early as yet
te estimate what may be the general con
dition of the crop as a whole. The ground
is dry and tee hard for plowing.
Jehnsen Miller, Warwick, said the to
bacco in his section looked indifferently
some of the fields were very fine and
ethers short, en the whole net as goeu as
at this time last year ; corn leeks very well
and will yield a large crop provided it gets
rain ; clever has failed entirely : he sewed
one field and it died out;rcsewcd it and
it died out again ; he harrowed and rolled
the field alter sewing the seed : the potato
crop will be short ; apples plenty; pears
and peaches net se full, but a geed crop ;
pasture is rather short.
Wm. II. Brosius, of Drumerc, reported
tlm corn nremisiuir : much of the grass
sewn in wheat was killed before harvest,
that which net killed leeks pictty well ;
tobacco leeks well, very nearly up te the
highest average, but if the piesent dry
weather continues, much of the crop will
J. V. Ltnviue, oanseury,
ments in the growth of all vegetation, the
sap of all trees and plants being largely
composed of water. Many crops are an
nually injured for the want of it; the
nurseryman's art is but an imitation of
nature, and the mere nearly he can imi
tate nature and supply the elements re
quired for the growth of plants, the bet
ter. Night soil.
Dr. C. A. Greene read the following
paper en night soil as a manure :
Gentlemen : At the regular meeting in
June last I was requested te write an essay
en niffht soil. This compost is the peer
est variety of manure: it contains the ammo amme
nias and phosphates, but in variable
quantities and only sparingly. Yet they
should all be saved and utilized. As all
geed farmers knew that there is a constant
drain from their soils, se there must be a
ually exterminated? Referred te Dr. S. S.
Ought farmers be exempt from taxation
te the amount of their indebtedness? Re
ferred te Peter Hershey.
Has the Grange movement been success
ful ? Referred te Jehnsen Miller.
Would our farmers find it mere profit
able te use mere oxen and less horses? Re
ferred te W. H. Brosius.
De old maids or young maidens make
the best farmers' wives? Referred te M.
The Disbarment Cese.
s.iid the yield
of potatoes was light, but the quantity ex
cellent ; the apple crop is net a very full
one, but the Iruit is very goeu
wins and some
TOMC AND ALTERATIVE!
The Celebrated Prescription of W. CHAMPION BBOWNING. M. I.
FOR GENERAL DEBILITY AND PURIFIOU THE BLOOD.
,.r.aiii imnwtvid iiih n. iiihtliiiU. miva ummiw w , ... 1.. I.. ... I
reef of its wenderiuiemcucy m uceuiin-
Wonderfullylmpreyes the Appetite, awl Change
ly a mm. i- '""'" "-- -, "i'.,tv -emnnnn.l.
:... i ni,..m h rinutnntinn niiiieriim irum wui""
Icalth. The best pre
simple trial strongly ""Vfi "";: "n r,n.l sole uronrieter.
ja-It U most BClentlHcaliy ana cieganuy wmpuui... j -
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D.,
117 AROH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Dealers in Medicine.
CLOSING OUT OF SPUE 11 SUUER STOCK.
t i !, n,,t. our stack of Senne and Summer Goods te make room for a
heavy Fall Trade, we are offering great inducements in Men's, Youths' and Children's
C1th,In'eur Custom Department we have a large let of Piece Goods, which must be
closed outbefere September 1, regardless of profit.
t r TlAailv-niade Denartmert we have an unusually fine stock of Summer
Clothing, all of which can be purchased at very lowest bottom figures.
7 - . j .!.. :- will ct
Gentlemen, our facilities are nei; equaieu iu i "j.
te examine our stock.
It will cost you nothing
MYERS & RATHFON,
Se. 12 EAST KING STREET,
The Old Bitner Line, Established 1846.
J. R. BITNER'S
FAST FREIGHT LINE
MOBJB8, BLANKETS, JtC
VIA PENNA R. R.
All Freight sent te Frent and Prime streets,
i.ii.l.lnTila nn ttt R o'clock mil te Ne. 5 DOCK
street, te 5 o'clock p. m., will arrive same night
at Depot, in Lancaster.
The Drayage te these Central Depots is lower
than te any ether. Ne Draynge charged for
Delivery In Lancaster.
All Freight leaded In Lancaster, up te 0
o'clock nTm., will reach Frent and Prime
strata, pWelpkU, early next mrrdng
ION OF THE BUFFALO HKAD.
ROBES 1 ROBES!!
I have new en hand the Lakebbt. Bibt um
Chbapkst ASBeirmwr of Lined and Unlinea
unvniin viilivs In tli e.ltv. Alse LAJr
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every descrip
tion. A full line or
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, Whips, Cellars,
49-Kcpalring neatly and promptly done.-
I OS Nmrtk OtMtin St., Imnnuter.
It LINKN COLLARS
nOK FAMCV STOCKINGS
rellirtliwiSBftlTn part, of tins UBlted
Keftntv VEnSZEui Stelmman BeueL
WM. P. FRAILEY'S
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
758 Nena Vttt, LueMter. rm.
MONUMENHAD ANDFOOT 8TONK8,
CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction g.ven
tarBfiffitSr;wecltttta extmne end
of North (frees street.
OR MKW STYLE
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, GO TO
B. J. EBISMAN'S,
86 NOFT O.CEKN STKEET,
TXrUOLESAUB AND RETAIL.
Ne. 237 NORTH PRINCE
LOCHEU'S KIBNOWNED COUGU
ether beiiii; nearly lull
is as geed iu his neigh
borheod as it ever was, but between me
Gap and Lancaster he noticed many peer
fields, and has heard complaints of some
of it being foxy. Considerable grain has
been threshed and the yield has been
light and the quality rather peer. lhe
Fultz variety is the worst and the Clawseu
and Mediterranean the best. Clever is
very peer and if dry weather continues
will be killed, some farmers have rcsewn
II. G. Rush, West Willow, said there
was a general complaint of the failure et
young clever and grass, while the corn and
tobacco leek very wen, out oeui new "-
rain ; the corn fodder has been made, but
net the ears ; potatoes arc light, probably
because they arc net se well attended as
they used te lie, before the tobacco crop
monenolized se much of the farmer's at
tentien. ,. ,
President Witnicr, Paradise, believed
the tobacco crop was better than last year.
A part of the crop is already mature and
there is enough moisture in the ground te
mature a great deal mere of it, even with
out rain ; the corn leeks very fine ; two
thirds of the ground he sewed in clever is
well covered and the young ciever ucimji
set than he ever saw it before. Uis grass
crop was bery geed, he having cut bevcu
wagon leads from five acres ; the corn
should have rain te fully develop it ; the
potatoes arc of excellent quality though
the yield is rather small.
Calvin Cooper, Bird-iu-IIand, thought
there was no occasion for any one te be
uneasy about the growing crops. Last
year there was a much greater dreuth than
this, and it continued until the 28th of
Ti,i,r evrrvtliiiir w.is siiffarinr for rain and
thprn nrn fars there would be no corn or
tobacco, and yet we had immense crops of
both. There was a spontaneous growth
after the 2Gth of July, and theie is, there
fore, no cause for anxiety new.
" What is the best mode of transplant
inrrtrAAs? Should thev be watered, and
inwhatway?" Calvin Cooper, te whom
the question had been referred, answered
at considerable length, his main points
being that it is a mistake te
transplant trees of two large growths ;
it is an error te suppose that they will be
come large trees in less time than smaller
ones; get small healthy trees, have the
soil thoroughly pulverized, cut oft the
Hrniren rru.ts f the tree te be planted, se
as te leave no bruised portions, and make
the cuts en the under side of the roots;
Hin thn roots into a naste made of clay and
water just before planting, spread out the
roots horizontally in the hole dug te receive
them and cover them with dry or slightly
moist and pulverized soil, and then with
the feet, press the ground in tightly
around the roots ; never plant a tree when
the ground is tee wet te plant corn or cab
bage ; don't plaut tee deep; if the tree is
tall it may be supported ey a skikc "
in the ground for that purpose, otherwise
tlm wind mav break off the small rootlets.
As te watering transplanted trees, he
would as a rule says "no," because, even
if it were desirable, it is apt te be tee often
neglected. Transplanted trees should
always be well cut back ; it is a great mis
take te allow the branches te remain, in
hopes of securing thereby a.larger or mere
rapid growth. .
Alentr discussion ensued, participated
in by Henry Kurtz, Henry 31. Engle, Levi
S. Reist, Israel S. Landis, Dr. C. A.
Greene, II. G. Resh, Jehnsen 3Iiller and
C. L. Hunsecker, most of whom agreed
substantially with 3Ir. Cooper, though
Dr. Greene argued for a liberal supply of
water, which is one of the principal ele-
constant replenishment, or tne crops
will grew smaller. The careful farmer
will save all substances of whatever char
acter that while decaying and undergoing
decomposition will furnish plant feed te
raise wheat, corn, beans and ether crops,
such as decaying weeds, saw-dust, old
bones, hats, tushes, either coal or weed, old
carpets, mats and straw, and place them
with his night Feil in a heap, in a clayey,
hollow piece of ground, where their virtues
may be retained ; uimer a snee. m me
place, for if diluted with rain water they
will escape into surrounding places. All
farmers should make a box of plank and
place it under their privies, en rollers, and
occasionally threw en te the night soil
some muck or mellow earth, and when the
box is full roll it out and convey the con
tents into your compost heap, te be mixed
with ether manures. In this way you will
never have any unpleasant smell. The
mivv should ha hifh eneush te allow of
this box being removed easily and readily
from the rear portion of the building.
There should be three common wooden
rellcis about five inches in diameter and as
long as the box.
Dr. Greene also read the following paper
en iusect pests and the means of extermi
There are few subjects which have mere
widely received the attention of farmers
than injects destructive te vegetation.
And the majority of farmers in this coun
try have come te the conclusion that they
cannot successfully cope with them. 1 ins
is an uufortunate fact, for millions of dol
lars worth of fruit, graiu and vegetables
are yearly destroyed.
Ne systematic attempt will new be made
te exterminate or decidedly lessen the in
numerable throng until Congress takes
held of the subject with ungleved hands.
There is no doubt that the combined in
telligence of man is superior te that of the
curculie,army worm, grasshopper, or borer.
But where the enemy are in such im
mense quantities and varieties, and extend
nvpr se v:ist of territerv. thev cannot be
annihilated only by combined systematic
concerted action. Fer a subject of such
vast importance, men of decided talent
should be breunht together in sufficient
numbers te de justice te the subject. Pal
try appropriations et 9io,ew te air. juuu.v
and his few assistants, is like two seamen
undertaking te care for a full-rigged ship
iu a gale.
Congressmen should at once agitate the
matter, and should make appropriations
large enough te employ all the talent ne
cessary te bring about favorable results.
Fiera my knowledge ei destructive insects
and from the few hundred experiments I
linve made in the last forty years, I am
fully convinced that no insect ever lived
that cannot be readily decimated by prop
er application of destructives. There are
scores of eminent entomologists in this
country, whose services should be retained
under the commission already appointed
by the government, and the results
of their cembiued experiments could be
published in book form by the government,
aud the information would be gladly ac
cepted bv the people, and insects could be
rreatlv deDenutated in the same persistent
manner that bears, wolves and foxes have
been decimated. But the government
must act magnanimously en a large scale.
All such esteemed and educated entomelo
gists like our distinguished townsmen, ur.
S. S. Rathven, Herman Stecher, esq., of
Reading, and ethers of the same class et
experts, should be attached te the com
mission of Prof. Riley.
A long debate followed en the propriety,
or impropriety of congressional appropria
tions in aid of the war against insects. It
was participated in by Jehnsen 3Iiller, II.
31. Engle, W. II. Brosius, Dr. Greene, C.
L. Hunsecker, Jehn C. Linville, Henry
Kurtz and ethers. Durinsr the debate Dr.
r,nnni naid a iIewinsr tribute te the un
selfish and thus far unrewarded labors of
Dr. S. S. Rathven in this field of science.
He regarded Dr. Rathven as second te
uene of the great entomologists of the
country, and declared it te be a
sii:min that he is permitted
tr niml !ileiir as a tradesman instead of
being placed in a position where he could
devote his entire time and talent te the
furtherance of a science of the utmost im
portance and te which lie has devoted the
best portion of his life. Dr. Greene a'se
paid a tribute te the labors of Professer
Strecker, of Reading, another eminent
entomologist, who is deserving of recogni
tion and reward for his valuable services
in this science.
(Tnrv M. Ensrle and Calvin Cooper en-
derscd all Dr. Greene had said in praise et
Dr. Rathven, and 3Ir. Cooper offered the
following resolution, which was adopted :
Reselced, That we have learned with
pleasure that Congress has at last taken
some measures for the destruction of ir
sect pests, and that we urge the necessity
of such appropriations as will employ the
best talent the country can produce.
Wm. H. Brosius, Jehnsen 3Iiller and
Eph. Hoever were appointed a committee
te test and report en fruits offered for ex
hibition. Thev renerted as fellows :
Your committee appointed te test the
fruit en exhibition de respectfully report :
Six varieties of pears from Henry 31.
Engle, namely : Restezier, very fine and
sweet ; Osband's Summer, splendid in ap
pearance and quality ; Duchess de Buerre,
very geed and tartish ; KirtUnd, juicy and
of excellent flavor; Ott, of geed quality ;
Annes de Eta, fair.
Twe varieties of apples by D. 31. Mayer,
the strawberry apple being very excellent.
Apple for a name, small size and fair
Calvin Cooper called special attention te
the excellence of the strawberry apple,
than which there is none better for dessert
while its beautiful appearance and line
flavor will make it marketable at all times
Galusha at the County Fair.
Jehn H. Landis offered a resolution'
inviting Hen. Galnsha A. Grew te deliver
an address at the coming county fair. The
rnsnlntinn was adeDted.
3Ir. Engle presented copies of the eighth
quarterly report et tue ueara ei agricul
ture ; copies of LeDuc's report te the sub
committee en agriculture, of the Heuse of
Representatives, were also distributed
James Weed, of Little Britain, was
elected a member of the society.
Topics for Next Meeting.
The Right Side or the Case.
Philadelphia Evening News.
The argument of Colonel 3IcClurc is
comprehensive and able in matter, out
free and easy, if net rather familiar, in
manner. It lacks in dignity, but is, never
theless, a clear presentation of the facts
and law in the case named. Colonel 31c
Clure took a very special interest in the
case, involving, as it did, one phase of
the liberty of the press ; but, mere than
that, the liability of lawyers for criticisms
of judges, spoken or printed out of court.
He undoubtedly represented the right side
of the case.
Cel. McClure'a Masterly Argument.
The argument of Cel. Alexander K.
3IcClure before the supreme court in the
matter of the rules disbarring 3Iessrs.
Steinman and Hensel of the Lancaster
Tx-TET.T.tnKxrER baa been published in a
neat pamphlet from the tasteful printing
house of McLaughliu Bres. The address
is eminently worthy of being preserved
in this convenient and permanent form.
It is allucid and cogent discussion of the
principles involved in the case, and a mas
terly vindication of the just liberty of the
press, without shielding its unrestricted
license. As a clear and forcible exposition
of the relations of the bench.bar and press,
it takes high rank among the monu
ments of forensic eloquence.
Perspicuous and Logical.
Menamin's Printer Circular.
The case of A. J. Steinman and W. U.
Hensel, of the Lancaster Intelligencer,
disbarred by Judge Patterson for censur
ing a case iathe court ei wnicn tney were
officers, has attracted a profound interest
among journalists and members of the
leal profession. Cel. A. K. 3IcClure,editer
of the Times, of this city, recently deliver
ed an exhaustive argument en the case be
fore the state supreme court at Harns
burg. All the precedents having any bear
in" en the cause had been carefully collec
ted by Cel. 3IcClure and presented in a
perspicuous and logical manner. He main
tained that attorneys had as much right te
write critically, in, the newspapers, en
cases in which they were net professionally
engaged, as journalists having ue connec
tion with the law.
1Tb nhiiwed hew some et tue ineatcst
iudecs that ever graced the bench of Penn-
sylvama liaa, wnen canuiuutes iur hj-cicv-tien,
been mere fiercely assailed by law
yers practising before them than was
Judge Patterson in the columns of the
Cel. 3IcClure cited a number of instances
some of them of recent occurrence, where
judges resigned from the bench in compli
ance with the determined demands of the
bar, every member of which they could
have debarred, after the method of Judge
Patterson. He asked the courts te protect
themselves, but also te guard the vital in
terests of the two great piofessiens the
bar and the press, law and journalism.
Unpleasant in some respects as this case
is, it is still pleasing te record that it has
been submitted te the consideration of the
highest tribunal of the commonwealth in a
masterly manner by a gentleman who is at
once an acknowledged leader in journalism
and a learned and successful lawyer.
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AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
JOHU BAER'S SOUS,
15 aid 17 NORTH QDBBH STREET,
have in stock a large assortment or.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Attention la Invited te their
FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES
Teachers' 15ille, Sunday Scheel Libraries.
Hymnals, Prayer Beeks,
HYMN BOOKS AND MUSIC HOOKS
Ter Sunday Schools.
FINE REWARD CAHDS.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of till kind,.
Capes, Caps, Helmets, a variety ei iin
Metal Terclics, Ceal Oil by the Barrel, Uein
and Political Torches. Political Hai?s anil
Streamers. Chinese Lanterns with nunics of
Candidates, Muslin Flags et all Sizes', Badges,
Bitifl! Fiais of all M
We Invite Clubs, Committees and ethers te
give us a call.
D. S. J3UKSK,
17 East King Street, Lancaster.
I I Franklin and Marshall College otters su
I -- ..., nnniiv mpn nnil lmvs wlm
Jlesire cither te prepare forcellege or te obtain
a thei eugli academic education. Students re
ceived .it any time during the school year
Send ler circulars. Address .
REV. JAM ES CRAW FORD,
,,111. Iv i Lan caster. Pa.
All In want or Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURNITURE A SPECIALTY.
lSKat King Street.
Hew can the paper moth be most effect-
k LLENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE.
Under auspices et Reformed church. De
signed for the literary and religious education
or Ladies. Best facilities for Music, Drawing.
Painting and Modern languages. Ixicatlen
healthful. Terms moderate. Thirteenth year
will begin SEPTEMBER C.
Fer Catalogue address
REV. W. K. HOFFORD, A. M.,
Iyl7-12td President, Allen town. Pa.
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF REAL
. Estate and Personal Property.-Orders
left as Ne. 85 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
re-cive prompt attention. Bills made en! and
ttended te witheut.addltlnnal cwt e-ZI-ly
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
Oiresmim LoetntoTiTa Wexxa.
The subscriber continues te manufacture
BOILERS AND rfTEAM ENGINES.
Fer Tanning and ether purposes ;
Sheet-Iren Werk, and
4 Jobbing promptly attended te.
tuglMydl JOHN BEST.
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