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Thvndy, May 15, 187.
J HOUQHTOH", M.H.HOUQHTON,
. kutom. .
The Postmaster General has the larg
ess army under his command of any
one In the Government." There are for-
ty-foor Utonsand, eight hundied and
forty-eevea In the different depart'
menu f the postal aerrloe. .
. Two laiye artesiaa vrella supply the
-writer In a stream fire miles long, ter
minating at Sandasky. Fire years ago,
fifty thousand spawn of the California
trout were put In tt and the fishlnt
dob. who have leased this home-made
stream.' catch four pound trout from it
now, and cherish great hopes of future
profit from that source.
AalatgUah clergyman at the dinner
given at the time of the dedication of
the tShakesperian Theatre at Stratford
recently, said: "X know that if we, the
clergy, throw half the painstaking toil
and half the energy and devotion Into
our works that the theatrical profession
r throw into theirs, the English Church
would rise and shine over the land and the
glory of the Lord would shine npoa It
juss xvaw x iciu, who lnicrrsscu Her
self In aiding the project of .building
Memorial Hall at Stratford, on Avon, to
commemorate Eocland a greatest bard
and King of Verse, was selected to de
liver the dedicatory address, a poem
written hy Do. Vinton. She was ar
rayed in white satin, bine-bordered and
nerfectlT fittinar. and elicited much ad
miration and praise for the "genuine dra
in ttio enthuslssm and. gentle force'' she
pat into the words of the venerable an
thor. " " ' -
Fenelon said, "If the crowns of all
the kingdoms of Europe' were laid at
my feet, . in . exchange for my books
and my love of leading, I would
spurn them iH." There is a time to
read, but reading forever in the place of
doing, is not even a virtuous habit. If
business is neglected, duties are undone,
and the leisure to read is selfishly pur
loined from time that should be devoted
to the comfort of wite or husband, or
children or the sick, there is no merit in
it. If the husband is so deep In his
books that he hever heeds, . though the
floor is gone and the fire is out, or if the
wife sits smong neglected children In an
untidy home . to read even the wisest
books, both aire at faulty The end of
right reading and right thinking is right
living, and they miss it wholly who
dream noble .things instead of doing
them. - -
Is Wellington to observe Memorial
Dsy, Hay 30th? ' It would Interest
every volunteer, every veteran, every
ex-soldier, every voter who thinks De
fore he votes, and every man, woman,
boy or gill old enough to know ; the
meaning of loyalty and treason to read
the papers regularly, and from every
source get at the true Inwardness of po
litical sentiment as It Is .being freely
expressed North and South. They will
see that notwithstanding the attempts
to fraternise ' w 1th and forgive '. cur
Southern brethren, notwithstanding
the resolutions of respect and ryes pa
pat hr and kind feeling, and the materi
al aid sent her in her calamities, the
old spirit of secession is aa bitter, as ar
rogant, and as intolerant aa ever, and
that they only; bide their time to do
greater harm to oar common country
than ever before. It Is eminently prop
er that the Union boys who were slain
In the wvr of the Rebellion should be
remembered by day devoted to recall
ing their nsmes,. their deeds, and the
principles for which they sacrificed their
lives. Here Is a sample patriotic sen
timent endorsed all over the Sooth :
rtrlk for states-rlsfcta, this thy
Tultttedsafsiitratttseu -r- i
Let Uae besatif f the Ballet by O
The History of Iorsitt Comity.
. Of this book tt is. f sir to ssy that the
binding and paper are good, that It to
well printed, and that it contains many
interesting facts, some chapters of per-
a . Sl M
manent value ana aome mograpniea w
general interest. The opening chapters,
the geological description and the sol
dier's roster will be convenient fee refer
erence, and read with Interest!' It' Is
suitable that the faces of Lorain pioneers
and of her publio men of any period
should be in a county history, but If In
stead of letting out the pages to the high
est bidder for persons! and private fami
ly records, the beat publio buMlngs of
the towns had been Inserted, and the fine
churches or parks of some of the town
ships had appeared Instead of private
homesteads, it -would no doubt have
pleased the general subscriber better. A
ten dollar volume purporting to he a his
tory, should never have gone to press
uisvn tKa noaS emrafnl trroaf-remdine?.
the proof sheets being referred to the
several townships described, to that
rjroner names need not have been so dis
torted, and other 'J3sss and mis-
Statements nuc mmm imw
- That the wotkTin Jrocjkoomplete,
every townahip and every Intelligent
reader moat feel, but the disappointment
might have been foreseen. A book so
hastily prepared and with no little care
as to itss ources of information, could not
present other than one-sided and im
perfect array of facta. It is a collection
of pioneer recollections and biographi
cal sketches mostly well-paid for by any
one who chose to spend money la that
jjy uis meant many rose from obscu
rity to prominence, who were never
known as especially useful or enterpris
ing in helping to build up and sustain
the publio Interests of their townships,
and this docs in justice to others In the
book who deservedly occupy a prominent
place in its psges. And again by the
strange over-sight in the several bistort
... m who were well known and de
voted to every good work, and whogsv
liberally of time, taUatt, mamm, ew
ergiet and money, firstlast ami always
for their townships are disposed of in
two or three fries, if mentioned at all,
whOe facts concerning tha remotest des
cendent of other families is put on rec
ord aa important historical information.
If this lathe way to make history, one
may become famous for a few dollars,
and renown is not such a slow and up
hill attainment aa it baa been reputed to
Some of the portraits are execrable and
and 'the unkindest cut' possible to revered
and honored ancestors, but a few copied
from the be st modern photographs are a
real treasure to old acquaintances. There
is enough of this history to show what
one should be, and this msy form the
starting point or skeleton for a better
and more complete record.
At wt go to press the matte rings and
cursings of the msny who were beguiled
into subscribing for the work aro both
loud and deep. Those who have paid
for the book" wish they had not, and
those who have not, swear they wont.
The agents who deliver, luckily for
themselves, are not the ones who solicit
ed subscriptions. As it is, they have
sufficiently unpleasant time of it. We
hsve yet to hear of the first subscriber
who does not pronounce it an unmitigat
ed swindle. It will sdd one more item to
the experience account of the folly of
buying books on subscription. .. We
have never yet known it to fail of prov
ing true that in all cases we psy more
money for less value received in book
than by any other method, and it is safe
to say that there are not five times in
ones life when it is not our duty to resist
a book agent as we would the devil. In
Ten dollars worth of experience in
ono purchase is rather a liberal in
vestment, and one that people do
not wish to make very frequently.
but if the citizens of Lorain county are
wiser by that amount, it may not r-rore
so unprofitable as it now appears.
... THE EXODUS.
thx Aoonxss or THK LOCTSIAlTft, COlr
The convention of colored citizens of
Louisiana which met In New . Orleans
Isst week to consider the emigration
movement, adopted the following ad
dress: "We, the re presents tires of the col
ored people of African descent in Louis
iana, in convention-assembled, solemnly
and truly declare before God and the
country, that we are denied the freedom
of the ballot and equality before the
law, and that in the unholy persecutions
visited upon us for our political opin
ions, the utmost limit of endurance hss
Our grievances, which we . hsve pati
ently borne, have been numerous snd
We hsve suffered ostracism in viola
tion of divine precepts.
We hsve been denied our civil rights
in utter disregard of the laws of the
The courts 4re aggravated our
wrongs by mocking our appeals for re
dress. Our schoolhouses, churches and homes
hsve been reduced to ashes with impu
we hsve been systematically cnestea
and plundered by planters snd country
merchants, until starvation stares us in
By a wicked combination we are
forced to rent land at f 10 an acre per
year, which could not be sold in f cesim-
ple for is per acre.
Our representative men hsvo been
driven from their homea and forced to
abandon their property and household
goods, because of their Republicanism.
Our people hsve been whipped, mur
dered and outraged when they would
not be seduced and could not be coerced
from the party which emancipated them.
Our cry in terror for help, for protec
tion and against political assassinations
hss been shamefully ridiculed by our
guilty enemies as the waving of the
bloody shirt," without any foundation.
We have been astounded at the holy
horror of the whites over the presence
of the soldiers of the republic to protect
American citizens in their rights, while
they were organizing and equipping ma
rauding military beads to perpetuate
our wrongs. We have seen the coward
ly musder of John Oair snt a dozen oth
er prominent men of African descent
sanctioned by the press; the terrible
massacre In Grant parish approved by
the pulpit, assassination of 5,000 of our
people In Louisiana justified by public
sentiment because of our loyalty to the
government daring the rebellion, and
our fealty to the party which preserved
If we are Illiterate, it Is because white
men made it a crime to teach us to read
the Bible. '
If we are poor, it is because we have
been denied the right of property," life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Our part in the South has been an ex
istence of sorrow, tears and blood, and
under the unchristian and despotic sen
timent, the future is without a ray of
hope. 1 .
We have almost been driven to desper
ation through the combined calamities
at the seme time of yellow fever, the
Southern policy and political massacres.
Tot these and other reasons, which
are a matter of record, we appeal for
material aid to the official and moral In
fluences of the President of the United
States, for whom many persoaa of Afri
can descent, rather than be false to prin
ciple, willingly sacrificed their lives.
We appeal to Congress for, a favora
able consideration in behalf of the suf
fering, hunted, persecuted and starving
We appeal in our necessities, to the
Republican party, to which we have
conscientiously and faithfully adhered.
and for which we have been scourged
We appeal to the liberality of good
men In the Democratic party who are
apposed to the wicked-method practiced
upon a defenceless people for political
We appeal to the hearts of the Chris
tian public; to the churches and all oth
er organizations who have observed our
patience and endurance under the reign
. Wt tppttl with confidence to the loy
al sentiment which saved tW republic,
because much of the bitterness and hos
tility visited upon our people was Inten
sified by our devotion to the Union in
the struggle with rebellion. -.
We appeal for aid to the old anti-slav
ery apostles, who never failed us In the
psst when we fled from the house of
bondage, and upon whom we now rely in
our enforced exile from the spirit of op
We appeal for succor to the Society of
Friends, in this, our journey through
the wilderness of Southern hate to the
land of promise, where we msy live in
peace, security and happiness.
We sppeal in our distress to the coun
try at large, which has authentic and
historic evidence' of the outrsges and
massacres visited upon us with impuni
ty, for no other reasons than attempting
to exercise our rights as American citi
We sppeal to these and all other class
ess snd conditions who sympathize with
us in our wrongs, .who are willing to
help us in our flight to ssve our lives
and enjoy our liberty, to respond to our
wail for moral and material aid to mi
grate to a stale where political assassi
nations are unknown and where the bull
dozer cannot reach us." Southwestern
The Beal Democratic Purpose.
Dispatch to Ike Cincinnati Gaxttte.
Washixotox. May S.
The private talk among Democrats,
which has become of a very full and de
fiant character among those who belong
to the extreme men of the party, as well
as the intimations which have been gir
en out in the caucus of the Senate and
of the Ilonse, leave no room for doubt
that the purpose of all present political
legislation upon appropriation bills on
the part of the Democracy is to Insure
their ability to obtain possession of the
government in 18S0. Euough Demo
crats now admit freely that tho object
of the attempted repeal of the election
laws wss for the purpose of carrying
Aew Tork and other large cities of the
country, to show thst this has been well
understood among them all as the rr-al
object of the pending legislation.
It is now grsvely proposed In the
joint Caucus Committee that the Dem
ocrats of this Congress should agree
thst in the next Joint convention for
counting the Electoral vote the vote of
no State should be received in which
troops had beep used at any time dur
ing the campaign, or on the day of
election, and also that tho Electoral
vote of no State could be counted In the
next joint convention, where Federal
supervision had been exercised during
the election by Supervisors and Mar
shals. Upon the first luzsestlon there
were very few who did not look upon
the report as altogether sensstloual,
but it appeared this morning in the
Democratic organ as a portion of the
regular proceedings of yesterday's joint
committee, and it has been aa freely
talked about among Democrats, both of
the Senate and House, to-day, as any
portion of their future policy.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
MAT-DAT A FS.W THTTS llXJtABKS THE
AOOKIEs OF THK MOVES HAFTT &AXL-
rosdkhs eoira btkixxs.
(From onr sans Corrtrpondcnt J '
Nsw York, May 2d, 1870.
May day this year wss not much given
over to vernal warmth and seasonable
flowers. In fact it may be said to have
been invernally cold and blustering. It
wss therefore marked by a good deal of
600 horse-power' lsnguage from those
young parties who had prematurely
pawned their ulsters, as well as from the
numerous heads- of families who spent
their waking hours in losding and un
loading their nousenoia euects, ana fol
lowing the latter dinnerless through the
streets Those coiuoiooaea wretches
who deal in statistics inform us that
there was less moving in the city this
year than for seversl yesrs previous; but
there was certainly enough of it visible
to satisfy the most cynical hater of his
species. It was a sad occasion. It al
ways is a sad occasion. No dm likes.
in the first place, to have to turn the
whole contents or nis bouse Into the
street for public inspection. Almost
everybody has some desire to keep up
appearances, ana to taciuy ignore, in
the presence of strangers or even of
friends, the existence of many indispen-
sible adjuncts of housekeeping. To feel,
therefore, that you are watched by your
neighbors and the general public while
you drag down the front steps and up
into the express wsgbn the rag carpet
from the servant's room, a lot of dilapi
dated old bedding, a small car load of
rubbish from the attic, all the pots and
kettles from the kitchen, and a terribly
miscellaneous assortment of crockery in
vanous i tales ol repair all this, I say.
constitutes an ordeal which will almost
start the cold perspiration on a book
Tbursdsy, However, wss dedicated
not alone to the slow transit above re
ferred to. but to rapid transit as well.
On the evening of that day Mr. Cyrus
W . neia, fresiaent or tne a. y. Ele
vated Road, gave an elaborate banquet
at Deimonico's t) the directors and offi
cers of that institution and of the rival
Metropolitan Road. The dinner was
prepared on a scale worthy of some
great festivity. The bills of fare were
on gorgeous pieces of silk, and the wines
were rare and costly. The occasion of
this grsnd spread was twofold. It was
intended first to symbolize the general
tejoiclng over the long-expected com
promise of the difficulties between the
two companies arising out of the inter
f erence of their east aide lines, and sec
ondly, to celebrate the payment of the
nrst dividend ever declared by the Hew
York Elevated Road . The general opin
ion being that the company has been
coining money ever since its establish
ment, it is somewhat surprising to learn
from Mr. Field's speech delivered - at
this dinner that the company has been
in existence lor thirteen years, and only
now declares its first dividend. There
is every prospect now, however, that
dividends will follow esch other hereaf
ter in satisfactory succession. Last
week the two roads carried an average
of nearly 100,000 passengers a day, or at
the rate of nearly fifty-six millions a
year, and their patronage steadily in
creases. The Metropolitan Road is now
pushing the work of extending its lines
with great vigor, employing some 4,000
laborers. Two thirds of this formidable
army struck for higher wages one morn
ing this week, but aa the company al
ready had a pay-roll of some six or seven
thousand dollars a day, they declined to
acoodo to the demand. The laborers
stood out for about half a day, and then
wisely concluding that nine-tenths of a
loaf was belter than no bread, returned
Another strike is in progress while I
write. The longshoremen of the hjortb
River, who load and unload most of the
steamers and sailing vessels plying from
this port, 'came to the conclusion that
they ought to have five cents an hour
more for work than the steamship com
panies are willing to give, struck work
on Thursday, and to the number of 3,000
have been standing about the dock idle
but peaceable ever since. Neither aide
seems inclined to yield.
Is an Internal and external rem
edy, for the cure of all diseases of a nerv
ous nature, deriving its curative properties
from a combination of the BEST MEDI
CINES which medical skill and long ex
perience in the treatment of diseases has
decided to be the true remedies for such
CAN BE CURED.
no many instances where severe eases of Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Ago In Face, Nerv
ous Headache, etc, havs been entirely cored by
the Curative, that we do not heaiuta to say It
will enre every ease if osed sa w direct.
The euros performed bas astonished the med
ical profesakm, as well as the patients them
selves, who la nsssiy eaaea Swat trtveai
mp all hop or ever beists; cared.
The Cnrative Is put up to large bottlet for
nunily use, and no family should be without tt
For Barn, ISesiieja, Cata. WvasHla,
Blecdfas;, Taatluiette, Earaeae, Bar
Tarsal, Diphtheria, Catarrh. Bowel
Complaints, Kid aey CoaspIalatB,aad
all Kervoaa Diseases. It Is the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN.
Do not suffer psln when you can be so easily
. Every Dranciat keeps It.
Lawion Chemical Co., Cleveland. 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, SO cento and $1.00
DR. C. ZIcLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
riTHE countenance is pale and leaden-
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds :
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
ot the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath
very tout, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive ; stools slimy;
not unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid:
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough ; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not eaoawe or going vie stoniest
injury w tne most Knaer tnjanr.
a it . m m
The genuine Dr. McLank's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C Mc
Lake and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. MoI-ANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections
of the uver, and in all Bilious Complaints,
.Dyspepsia and sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be nscd preparatory
to, or alter taking (Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequal ed.
BEWARE OF IXITATIOX!.
The cenuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Or. McLank's Liver. Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C
McLank and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon havine the cenuine Dr. C Mc-
I.ane s Livkr Tills, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market beine
full of imitations of the name He Lane,
speiica aiaercnuy not same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to care for anil so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good condi
tion Is a good Investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
This Is the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and tbey begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
may desire our services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 m
ITolbroob: Brothers. D. D. S.
Scientists sliow ns that they can trace a
period when the North Sea did not exict,
and, at the same time, that Eniclund and
the southern part of Scandinavia were
joined to the continent of Kuropo. This
was lonjr before American enterprise on
earthed Carboliue, the Wonderful Hair lle
storer, Nature's remedy, made from petrol
eum, thoroughly deodorised and delight
fully perfumed. It will perforin all that is
olatmed for it Absolutely restores Hair
on Bald Heads; eleanses the scalp from
dandruff and all impurities; invigorates
weak and sickly hair ; tones the hair bulbs
into a natural and healthy action. It is so
penetrating that it reaches the seat of dis
ease, the hair bulbs, and the benefit is al
most ipstantaneous. It is cooling and
cieaqly, and too much praise can not be
bestowed upon it S0I4 by all dealers la
drugs and medicines.
We are now. receiving
complete stock of
in all departments, which wil
be Bold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
l.OO, 1.25.and 1.40.
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
The largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard Wide Floor Oil
Cloth 22 cents.
Dates' Crochet Quilts $1.00.
Peerless Carpet Warp 16 cts.
Madras 'and Pongree Gingham
12 1-2 cents.
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Checked PJqne, at
A Very Large Stock of
! From Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
Baldwin. Laundon & Co.
THE "DIAMOND" i
Custom SMrts I
Tne Best Known to tne trade.
Utica IT. Y. Mills, or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, $25.00
" " " 2100 "
u a u 2000 "
i. ( u 1900
If nnlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per.dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom work in New York and other
eastern cities. We furnish
5.00 per dozen cheaper than
perfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
A. M. PITCH.
An agent wanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand !
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCE O to
Thoroughly warranted and lent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no obligation to keep one, U not bbttk than any machine yon ever had.
Every Family can now own a First-class Sewing Machine!
The Old Favorite and
Aknowxedges no Superior ! ! !
We' cannot make a better machine at any price.
The nighest Fiemium Awarded the Sliteh at the Centennial. '
A Strictly First-Class Double Thread Lock Stitch Marhine. more complete In equipments than
any slher, and combining all the late improvements, with the old and weli-tricd q nallties
FOR WHICH. THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
AFatthfnlFnmllT Sewing Machine tn ererr scnaeof
lion of Main or fm-.r w 1 1. ' with ease and cipufntvotniR. And wail najl. m.1 . tiiAmi.tii. r r .-.!
while In u.- for yt-an In Thon-andi of FamiiU-a. that
lfcl li Plica Fa Dowx Below iu. oth an Maciiixii. Noextraa to pay for. fUch Machine Is ac
companied by a more complete outfit of numerous and n.ftil attachments for all cln:H ot worlc (freo of
extra cliAnre.) than Is given with .ny other machine at any price. Tho BtAndard Machine has raor. good
ouslitiea xju jx lh-se of double the price. Liuut tig Kast Buxkuo. a child can uaa it- - Kriu.j.n akd
Dceablk. never out of order, linpld and certain In
i"",',";'""1 ijast run i a a aw. isreaay in a moment, ana understood in an Hour. Mst.t t:ie
Double Tliresd Lock Stitch, alike on both sltls of tho goods from cambric to Icatber, uses a Short, Straight
and Strong Necd.e, Kxt-a Long, Large, easily threaded Shuttle. With Xiw ArrojtTio Tkmsiox. I.erge
ci:mii: ui huiojuk use iiauurt-u jan 01 mreaa. a lanre birong Macninc witn great wia n or arm.
giving it many desired qualities and great capacity fora wide ran,-e of work.. It is the best machine In orin-
cli'ie and In point of construction. Use it once and you
county to receive onlxrs and deliver machines. Kxtra
jirn. niu.iniuru imxju. samples m wur. wim price list, eic. Tree. rale deliver or goods gnr.rantecd
tu any part r.f the world. Address, STANDARD SKWIXU MACHINE. CO., BliOADWAY CLISTOH
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial attention given to tLe
Preservation, of th.
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted npon all tun rations bases
known to the profession.
2T ALL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IX BANK BUILDING.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
L am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line
Uood teams furnished at ai
hours and at reasonable rates.
P. C. THOMAS.
Of a copy of toy MEDICAL COMMOX SFySE
mnitL ca any person sunenitg wna consumption.
Asthma, Catarrh. Hronchltls, Eras of Voice or SrQ
Throat. Send n.ime and post office address, with two
larce-cent posiairc stamps sna state your sicKtteas.
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The greatest discovery of oar day, r a fa. as a
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cnlty, and by a process known only to himself, he
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