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THE SMITE AD HOUSE.
PHIinig FBO TOBACCO MEX,
t m j .
AclMt the' ratage of the House
Bill Keconameadatlons b; the
Committee Udlui Affairs.
Vf Afnmarox, December 16. Senate.
AaooR the bills Introduced and re
ferred were ihe following: By Senator
PoRb: Fixing the aalirlea of the
Onmmimioner ol Education and the
Commissioner of Labor at $5000 each.
8enitor Van Wyck called op hie res
elation offered yesterday calling on
the Secretary of War for information
as to how the Missouri Kiwr (Jommin
ion apportioned the money appropr -aUd
in the last river and harbor bill
for tbe improvement cf the .isoari
river. After remaiks by Senator Van
Wyck the resjlation aj adopted.
IVtitions from tolacco manufac
turer in HU Lonin, New York, Phila
delphia, Bi timore, Lynchburg (Va).,
Durham (N. O.), snd other cities, pro
resting fgninat the passage of the
Houe bill in reference to the packing
of cut totacoo, were presented by
senators Vest and Ransom, ft' d re
ferred to tbe Committee on Flraace.
Senator Blair oflnred a resolution
lnrtrocting tbe Committee on Finance
to icqni'e into the propriety of report
ing a bill providing a rebate on all im
portfv. materials Incorporated with
domestic ma'erials, or converted into
other arlcles, and exported to fore I en
countries for sals, thereby providing
for tbe extension of foreign trade with
out rduciiig the prices of American
Senator Plumb today introduced a
bill providing that no railroad or
other company or corporation engag
ed in ihe interstate commerce shall
have or keep an office for, or other
wise provide for or permit the trans
fer npon the books of such corpora
tion of any portion of the capital
stock of the same at any place outside
the State or uoder the laws ol
which the eid corporation was Incor
porated, and all tra' stars of the stork
of any such corporation at any point
or piece ontiide the limits of the
State by which such corporation was
Incorporated, snail bs void.
The bill to permit the owners of
American vessels and their cargoes to
sue the government for lnsees caused
by collision with United States vessels
arising from their miemanaxeinent
The calendar was then takn np un
der the rule that a single obj ction is
uflluieut to have a bill net aside.
Among tho bills thus objected t
and set slide wore the following: To
prohibit the obstruction of navigable
water, and to protect public works
agairst trespass or injury; granting
the rinht of way to the Cinnabar and
CUrks Fork Kailroad Co ji puny; as to
the CommiriHioneia of the Distriot of
Columbia b iog stockholders in cer
tain local corporations.
Senator B'ck, alluding to bis re
marks yesterday, ai tj the Judiciary
Committee having acted in bad faith,
disclaimed any intention of br-lng of
fensive, and Buid thkt if they were so
construed he retracted them. Mr. Pugu
said he certainly had construed Mr.
Beck's remarks ai personally offensive.
His statement now was entirely satis
factory and gratifying; and it relieved
him (Mr. Pugh) from a necessity
which would have been very painful.
Henator Van Wyck moved to make
a special onlar for the second Tuesday
in January, the bill for the relief ot
, settlers and purchasers of lands in
Nebraska and in Kansas (M iluinir the
Denver and HU Jo.wph railroad. Ho
made a atntemeut in the nature of a
personal explanation in regard to his
ownership of a portion of the lunds
concerned, and said that if the Sanate
could do ample justice to those set
tler who hud trusted implicitly to the
good faith aud honor of the govern
ment while excluding a y claim that
be bad, be should not only advise
that course but should choerlully con
sent to such determination.
Tbe motion was agreed to and the
bill was made a special order for tho
second Tuesday in January.
The Senate tlieu took up the unflu
isVed budinea-i of yeatenlny, being ths
bill to repeal the tenure ol ollke act,
and Senator Kdmunds add weed the
Senate iu oppwition to the bill. He
argued ttiat if tiie txecutivos oi Kt.it o
govorninents could not be truBtcul (as
they were not) with the kingly power
it was still mora important that the
National Executive should not bo
tinned with such power. The philo
sophical analogy, the analogy of pub
lie ral ty, the preservation of liberty
against ex 't ut te pow er and fxoi.u
tive corruption, made it more impor
tant (on the qu. s'.ioti of policy) that
the Incident of tho United HtattH
should not pohjiesUhe rntir,- jut ihnpo
nrndi of every olllc al at t and of every
official persm in the United State
than it was that the Executive ol a
State should not possess it. The ten
ure of ofllee law was a restraint u w,
although the 1 resident was uiak-ng a
grrat number of nuspensions. The
paag4 of the pending bill would be
, invitation more tliau au in-'!''n-
it would bs a reconui-
ton, a., approval of the id.a
ot oprfti,Uurolv nolitical oroiir.da
his prtnlpcesi-ors Prf ident ought (as
tenure I olUce law iie tut ore ttie
move immediately every 6oh. to re-
uiu not are with him or with So!ift
departmetit ollicer, or with the party.
He thotiitht that tiat would b a step
twenty-five years backward iu the
prom as of removing the working op
era ions of the government fiom the
tner condition of a nnht ,1 l,ia
and priie and take. llo believed
that all thece oftices ougl.t to b lie d
ior nxeu term, ami ha w.is putfe;iy
wiUins the Prenitleut might for every
w ii iiuu ui uiaown per
suasion. If there was to l ,.i.o..
a couple of years heme (i-a he trusted,
and hoped aud b. lieved there would
be), all theee mate s would iheu be
removed from the mere s rife and
spoil and contention of noli Lr I'At
... .A-M.iiui i.umunus was at
tacked with a fit of toughing, which
lorced bm to roeume his sent 1
Senator Georgo made a constitution
al anu uiBioncai argument in favor oi
Senator Evarts addressed ths Sen.
ate, stating that be would vote for tun
bill aud that grounds of cons itution
ahty would not tover bis vote, but
that grounds of expediency would.
If removals from ollice, he said, were
to turn on two coocuirent jaJg nen's
vwuoio i rcjmmui ana ti.e .V ii ate
might beoppo3ed in politics), it would
follow the rrpognauce of the Sonate
might keep a man in ollice whom the
iTfaident desired to dispense with
and by whose action the PrtaMeut
could not accomplish His duty.
At the close of Senator Evuria'
epeech, the tfenate went into execu
tive session, aud when the doorj re
Waui.mqton. Dennnber 10. Ou
ttOUca Ol Mr, Wi?e t.) tie Ban ,
I bill was passed providing that Ad
mirals Sowaa and Woraen may, alter
forty fears service, be retired from
actual service on tl. sir own application
with tbe highest pay ef the grade to
which they belong.
Mr. Diogley (Me.) presented re
monstrances sgalnst the Dunn free
ship bill from the following assoda
lions and firms : Boards oi Trade cf
Bath, Me., Bridgeport, Oonn., Minne
apolis, Minn., and San Francisco; ths
Pacific Coast Ship Owners' Atsocia
tion; tbe National Shipping League;
the National Ship Oa-oera' Ass cia
tion; E. E O'Brien, Thomastoa, Me.;
Carleton, Norwood A Co , Bock port,
Me., and the Harlan & Hollineaworth
Company, Wilmington, Del. (The re
monstrances, which were apparently
referred, represent that tbe adoption
of a free ship policy wou'd destroy the
ship builing industry in ths United
S ates, ai.d isake the cjnntry depend
ent on British yard fur atiips for cjm
" ercial p irnoaes and for defense iu
time i f war4
Tbe House then, in the morning
hour, returned, in Committee of the
Whole, tbe consideration of the Senate
bill for the alotment of lands in
severalty to Indians.
A numb3r of amendments recom
mended by tbe Committee on Indian
A flairs were adopted, and the commit
tee having arisen, the bill was paeeed.
As amended the bill prevides tint in
all cares where any tribe of Indians
is located noon any reservation created
for its nso, either by treaty stipulation
or by virtue of an act of Congress or
executive order, the Secretary of the
Interior is authorized, whenever in his
opinion any reservation of such In
dians is advantageous for agricultural
and grasing purposes, to causa said
ic servatiou to be surveyed, or resar
veyed, if necessary, aud to allot the
lauds in said reservation in severalty
to the Indians located thereon on tbeir
application, in quantities as follows:
To each bead of a family, one quaitjr
of a Bf ction: to each sinuls person
over 18 years of ago, one-eighth of a
section : to each orphan child under 18
years of age, one-eighth of a sectioa ;
to each otuer parson under Is years,
one-sixteenth of a section : provided
that, in case there is not suUiclent
land in ar.v of said ier vat ions to at'
lot lands to eech individual of tbe
classes above Darned in quantities as
above provided, ths lands embraced in
such reservation or reservations shall
be allotted toleaoh individual of etoh of
said cIhssss pro ratajn accordance with
the provisions of this act. It fuither
prohibits for the period of twenty-five'
vais the conveyance of any snub al
io' ted land. It makes the allottees
suhinct to State and Territorial law,
prohibits any Territory from pas'ing
any law denying to any such indlau
within U iurisdiition the 'Oinl pro
tection of the law. The rights
and privileges of citizsubbip
are confeirad upon every Indian
born within the territorial
limits of the United States to whom
allotments have been made, and upon
every Indian who has voluntarily
taken up bis residence and icoepted
the habits of civilised lite. 'Ihe pro
visions of the bill do not extend to
the territory occupied by the CherO'
kees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws,
Semino es and Usaires JMlamis and
Ptorias, and Sacs and Foxe, in the
Indian Territory ; nor to any of the
reservations of the Seneca nation of
New York Indians in the Mate ot
New York; nor to that s rip of terrl
torv in the State of Nebraska adjoin
ing the Sioux nation on tbe south, nor
does the bill authoiize the abolishment
of any reservation until the consent
o! a majority of the male members
twenty-one years of age shall be flist
Mr. Burnes (Miss.) railed up
the nruent di llclonoy bill lor public
printing, reported yesterday frjm the
Commit ee on Appioprlations.
. . if - u-i..f .1 ;
1 a uiu course ui a uwtu u nirauu
Mr. Burnes siid that he would not
now attempt to review the action of
the present public printer. The
House wott'd have an opportunity lo
review bis notion and attempts at re
form bifoie the sension expired. The
present incumbent bad not cms into
c lllce at the beginning of thefi c tl
year, and whether the fault for the
detlclencv belonged to him or to hi,
piedecftsor need not now be consider
ed. It was BuiUc'eut to say that the
public printer w.is confident that in
the future he could do all the public
printing for I'.0HUXH, Instead ol 12S,
400.01X). which herd fore hnd been
Mr. Henderson (Iowa) Provided
von mit in new b lifers and g:ve him
new type. He said he would do all
that with au "if."
Mr. Raudai: There was no "if
the other case.
The bill was pawnd, and the II iue
wont iuto Committee if the Whole
Mr. Hammond ((la ) iu the chair, ou
the sundry civil hill.
Mr. AtkitiBon (T.i 1 moved to in
c.r.a.e fiom l,niM).0i)0 to $2,000,(100
the apiiropnatioii tji outdoor relief o
pertona entitled to entrance iu a Sol
diem' 11 m 9.
Tiie auiomlnietit was plronulv U'iro
by .Mef rs. Atkinsiin, Groaveuor, P
tors. Reed. Cu'cheon, Hepburn, U . ill'
and Brown. The advocates of the
amendment contended that the appio
n,l tlono( the larger amount was al-
solntely essential to aid the 9000 vol
lunteer sildiers, who unable to secure
admission to the licuis. were depsiKi
ent on charity or thi'varioui alms
honnesof the cjunt'v.
Tho am uduie 't was oppos.d by
Messis K.milall, McmiI'ipa-I
I.Obin) and U'-'gir, tiie prmcipi
,ZnL ifh lrgi a'.nount of
to l 7 w ujected-101
On a poin of order raf tA k. y
, . l, , Mno l; wasstriiken
..iiv which iimiw to f ii(K) theconipen.
sation of a person homing the diner i
ui.ui ,uu iMBi iii VOurt J er
On iiu'tion of Mr. Holman (Ind.) J
amendment was adopud extmptut
United t"aUw Ciuuniisss iLer?, in c"
having lOO.OHo population, fromtbe
provirtiou limiting to $800 pur a;'ui
tbe fees and compensation of Co'Oiis
sioner'. On motion of Mr. Breckofi'lge
(Ky.) au ameudmeut was opted,
prohibiting the pavmsnt of ff i the
inonoy appropriated to Unitrt tites
Commisio;ierB, .Marshals aui cleiks,
for any warrant lmpd 0r sreJt made
under internal revenue lav unless
the pros e:ut ion has been approved by
tha United States Diotrirt Attorney
aud the Collector of Intenal Bavenue
f ir the distriit in which kte prosecu
tion cc.ur.. rhecommiUe 'hn rose
snd repoittd the bill u ih Houfe,
sod the previous quoio was or
dered. Tbo IKhibo then adjjurn-d.
"It is remarkable thai the South
Amejictui Indians uevT suflerfr.uu
consumption. The caice is their use
oi Coca. They a'so ri.er sutler with
scrofulous nor rkiu Oeasee. They
reach very i Id a;.e, In quoutly pi.s
tl.eir full rHiiliivv m Jmirnn ni
Hit llotal .SVu-l'Wi nl I'.Vi.n.il Vat
WOlik lui us. i tiisiir rrtnh i.AtbniA
shortness of bth and female tufler
ings use I.ii.tiio ft,nniuiu,' n.,,,11 Tti
louic, a f-
THAV HE HETEB HADIMPR0PIB
rTlth Lady Campbell lie Denonaceg
the Statement of Annie Huff
an Infamoas Falsehood.
Lokoon. December 18. In the
Campbell divorce cue today Dr. B.rd
testified that he had a long acquaint
ance with Lady Miles and the Blood
family. He denied that he ever bad
any other relations with Lady Colin
Campbell than those proper netween
a physicisn snd patient. He had
searched his Instrument ca'e and h d
ound the letter froiu Lady Colin to
im. whichXord Colin s curse, Annie
Duffy, had testified was there. Tbe
letter wai one which Lady Coin bad
written when she was 10 years of age,
and was a childish affair. Witne s
produced tbe letter. Witness wai
never at the Bow concert and never
beard of the fur coat incident until tbe
trial commenced. Witness at endtd
the concert a'. New Cross, at which
Lady Colin sacg. He went as one of
tbe audience and sat in the bedy of
tbe ball. Lady Colin broke down
hile singing. Witness then to k ber
i his house to P'O ure for her
some medicine ainienit to ootain
elsewhere. Lady Colin left five min
utes alterwaid. It was not Hue t! at
he caressrd plaintiff in tbeoab. When
Lady Miles told witness that Lud
Colin and his nurse alleged that Lady
Colin bad bad a miscarriage witnets
at once pronounced tbe statement en
infamous accusation, ar.a tatd ne
would -withdraw from the care ot Lidy
Colin unless Lord Colin retracted tbe
statement. In reference to ihe night
witness rema ned ee long at Lady
O din's bedside he said he bad admin
istered opium to her and while wait
ing for the outcome fell ss'eep in au
armchair, it had Deen toppitai any
.and he wai very tired. Lord Colin
awoke him, but ths ugeation tba
there was any impropriety in vtitaebb'
conduit was troundleee. '
Ihe counsel lor Uen. liutler, an
other of the co-respondents, said he
would not call the General, brcause,
he submitted, no testimony had been
produce ! which Incriminated him.
the Jungs said mere was no evi
dence eg unst him. He w uld siv
nothing leiarding its strHi gth, but if
Gen. Under was innocent he i.ught to
come to caurt and s ty so.
The Duke of Marlborough s c uoa i
ubmiltnd that no testimony had t eeu
roduced e&tabliehtrir the slightest.
inpropii, ty between the Duke snd
Chief Shaw 8 ounsol appealed to
the court to say whether his client
was not a witness of truth and honor.
Uen. Butlers ouncel denounced
the Btor.es told by the servants le-
stftrding his client as ubBurd.
Dr. Bird's counsel contended that
there was but one witness to sustain
the charge Against hU client, aud she
was ths malicious old woman, Annie
DnUv. No ra m a honor could be se
cure and the condition oi society
would be intolerable, if such stones
as tbose of Annie Duffy were to be
believed without tha strongest possi
ble kind of corr.boration.
Mr. Finlav, counsel for Lord Colin,
contended that the cane of Lady Co in
against her huaband had been pulver
ised hy the evidence produced tiy
him. If Lady Colin weie au acc sny
with Lady Miles in inveuting tbe
charges sguutt L: rd Colin, then she
watt capable ol anything.
The esse was then aulourned.
A 8 AD ENDING.
Alice Onlea end Her Uabaal,
Trncy Tltaa, nolta Dying
PiiiLiDRi.rHiA, Pa., December 15.
While talkii'g te a reporter yeiterday.
Mr. Alliupon, a foiiner manager of
Alice Oites, wai handtd a letter con
veying the sad in ellicencs t' at Tracy
Xiins, one of the f dr but fickle etar's
nuflbandn, was dying in want at Chi
cago, while she wax f -daily ill at Cin
cinnati. "IIiw sd," remarked Mr.
Allinson. "Tb's letler recalls an epi-
si.de in my experiv.rce with Titus end
his ill nrivleed wite ttjat n opropos
now. We were in Baltimore many
yours ago doing an imuiers i buBiuess
and Titus invited me to a popular re
sort to have a cigar. I w?s astounded
to observe that he wuld smoke not
ing but c:gA'B that cost a dol.ar each.
Tho clever Irish boy that tended tbe
cigar stand siid at the time that it wart
a shame for a man to tlius wato hs
money and that he w ;uld tome i'y
need the do'lara he was thus tbrowng
oway. Tbe little Irish hoy's prlu
tion has bi'en real'sed in this Wor
tunate eudieg of two )ivs thal,-wie
never reilly hnppy. Titus M' no
conceptienof busimss and AH Oatea
invanalily followed the worii'U'lvice.
Now, after bund ing enough f -ney to
make fortunes f jr half ad A tb-iftv,
sensible people, both a.onU e vcr);e
of pnupetB' graves.''
rST PERFE0T MADE
rtvMfxl with Mri iv(rtl toPnrT,Strm(rth nl
lit itt htii inrM. nr. iTlvVB H4.Rttiir f
Uhttiir IVwu!tr tNMitaiiMi
tin AimnonlA.l.inir.Altim or I'lun(hai4. It. iTkitH
lllahr! Anl of W1itt Kwrop
Th naa'eft, quirk -t, ini an in ft
f-rlul r-intilT known lor Khtnrmttit's,
onrinv. iSturiilul. LquNkho. llm-kadi.
Hknao. Co tin in tl. i'tit ami .11 cVn.t
nl euu. IndurvJ by 6i0 Puytii iiina end
I'rutiii.'U ot tho hi.'l,' K'l'U'c. llenion'l
i'lattorn rromi'tlv rlio nj cute her
otner iilutern ami ir.aT inlrpii, linlmonta
nd ,ti.)H ro HKo'aitlT nmli.. Uuw ir
ii 1 liuiiHti'int uiuicr uiiiUr tounil'iiji iimuon,
(ach m " C'ni'iKvjiu," " -Hiuotn," " C.iefi
eln." thoy r nttf rly orihlei mj lo
UintcJ to ddoeiT. Ahk rut Uhi"i and
tin miiTK'H. All Utuiig ttKABUHY
JViUiSy. 1'tvwlttvri.Vtw Ink,
ALSTON, M1URY & CO.
Aud C mnil-Hion Merchants Hay, Oirn,Oati, Bran, Chop Fer, Oil Meal,
Lime, Cement, Plantar, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1
i. h. ram.
W. II 1-2 and 13 Unlaw
Steam Engines, Itoilera and Tank Avork, Cotton (J Ins, Cottoi
Presses, V ood 1'uileys, shultint?, Agricultural
and Tlantatlon Work,
Corn etnei Saw IVXills.
vIWakaTath LARGEST WORKS ol the kind In the United Statu, and will mm
piioai tor aui quality oi work. Band lor CaUlogua, Prioa-LUtil
91 eniitlils, - Tfnwymce,
Coitsii FactGrs, Wholesale Grcecis,
Ef. 11 VTmlon street.
Quarter of a Century in
L AWGST AFF fc Co
Nob. 323 and 334 MAIK ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENH
OUMN, HI OVJES
o-rjTxxiiTj- nyvn n wihtb.
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocer?
300 (Front lreet s Memphis, Tess
M. 0. PEARCI.
Cdton Factors & Commission ftlarch'ts
No. 2S0 FirOTfT.STZlEET1 558!SMPmS. TENN.
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MEROIANlf:
Wo. SSI Front hi revU Cor. Fiiloit. Mnmili. Tnn.
, M.MMN, rrw'I.UCO. AKMOI.D, T.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
Hay Country Store, Dwelling hiu! CJiubouH m Specialty
VsfLeimen Al J tilled Proiuplly, and Paid at Memphis.
W." .WILKKR80N. QBO. ARNOLD,
W. P. DI'N A VAITr. T. B.
A. VACOAKO & Cfo
YEOLESALE LIQUOR DEALEHO,
yi na aud im rRQirr street, MEitFr
L. D. MULLiMMi ol lata J. K. Uoawla A Co. JAB. X OflUK. law ol J. W. Oaldwail '
MULLINS & YONGB,
Cotton Factors fiCommission Herchantt
Nr. I Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union, Hemphifc
mm . SJalllvan.
Anl Cfnnitsiin MerchtntJ,
2 Gdl 234 Front
nrm amamh as jtrr.
KB. L L EAOflT tvttU Vis wtaU U
Cotton Fcclors andlCoraraissioa ?3lerchaai.
'r 314 i'reut street, Corner ol MQaroe, Jttennphis, Tena. ;
DECEMBER 17, 1886.
11 . M. iRAl'KT.
Howard's Kow, Memphis.
W. . MAI.
KMT KM, BOAM Cm. I
and Cotton Tzzlm
Street, Bsmphis, Tesa.
: : SlemnhlB, fen
the Hardware Business.
AjX i unware.
1OHN I. MlCLELLaN.
Crn'1, W. II. hi:nkkiat, Snt.r
J. W. RICHARDSON. T. t. DUJFIN
kivs. .mnN armisted.
Bf. M. Slav Bk.
St, Hempliis, 5c3
tiw wajjktat aia Hit .f U1 0
iilAArT7Hlifmiii !L B"a
And;Dealera In Lree
?Tn: TA -FoTit Ktt
...... .riuira nitTT.r.Y.
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE & SPICE Co.
j,.h.j 205 Main Street,
)hn , tlly. m
W. A. GAGE & COo
2. SOO VMt Street, t Mcmnhiai, Tfi.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : t : x I flOO,00
Interest r.lcl on Deposit.
OPKN ATKBDAT8 DM III. 7 O'CXUCK P.M.
M. II. K.VTZESBEReEB, President.
NAPOpBXLL, JO HN A. DKNIK.
W. B. 6ALBREATQ & GQ.
COTTON 'F'jO rJ? JEL
75 M'A'IK f Tit LET, BOSTON, MASS.
Cash Advance on ConsignmentH.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,00
I, Mm MB WIS, Prat. J. M. ttOODBAlt, Ttoc-PreTt. C. H. B1HS, CtsHUk
XXoavrcft of J31rotor. ;
T, 1. TV&LfT, St. OOOD1A. J. R. tyPli
lYn&t s&Hw -
temps s:wfi7 lisi&y,
i aia awtxMal
SUGGS & FE1TIT
GROCERS. COTTON FACTO
And Commission Merchants,
SCO and gQa Front Sit.. Memplila. Tenny.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
Ka. 8M Mala Rtrei, Hay BltMk.
JOSEPH M tJAHWAW.
ADER. FRANK & CO.
Cotton FactaslioHe Grocers
21 Front ret. Onpwwtle Hhkoiu lfonno.
Confections Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glacea,'
Cream Bon lions, Fine French Handmade Cream and
lion lions. Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton can Ondlthosa roodi "iW. RETAIL." In any iaantitl.t, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail EitaWishment,
Xo. 13 Jenenton .Street, 0iONt(e.Tbeir Factory.
That, ara tha Dn.tt Confsotioni that tha MeniphU Publis hare .T.r had th. opportonltj
tMTTry Onr "Xew Cream l.wfw "nellHoaw.-
W. T 1IOWDKE.
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