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fiU DAY, JL'liY W-
OlMolnl lnirrnf tliwl'llr hiiiI I'.ituitj
i jllM U. OIIKUXY. Kdluit nd ibllbor
'lXUMBOFTIIR DAILY HIJt.l.KTl.N
Ona wool;, by carrier f V.
Ono yaar by errlor, In mlvaucu 10 ()
Out year by uitrlor. II iiot'iiiiii In
aih anco x'i 00
tfnu motitti.bYail CO
I'hro montht t.."..".rf.V. 3 00
t!ix month. A 3A
One yar 13 00
TKHWff Of WKKKfcT nOM.KTIN.
One Yen fl (VI
Mr Months , "&
Three Month f
Invariably In advance.
Ilmilluir iiinllrr on i-ii rj imkh.
.Iukt bocauso Mr. Reedier siitilo
about iicst-liidiu, a wicked journal
calls him tlio Xcst-orof tliu juilpit.
Twenty bushels of wheat to the
aero in tho average of White eotinl)'
this jcasou. ,'
Tik oDgiut "dry spoil" knowu for
many years is tho verdiet oi the old
settlors ou the present drouth.
Ovi'.tt two hundred and ten thoii-.
band dollars have Decti received by tho"
tuiyor of New Orleans lor tho relief of
tho "over-flooded," und the stream of
charity still continues to flow.
W'iiatevkk may be said of .Mr.
Tiltou, no one cau withhold from .Mrs.
Deccher admiration of her confidence
iu her husbaud. She doesn't believe
a word of tho terrible nest-hiding
HoW to suppress tho grasshoppers
is now thejjteVt'ijnds-tiou iu Mirine'solii.
Tho amoiiut of wheat which has and
will full & prey to the destructive pow
ers of the insects is estimated nt two
,...lt:.... r i ... ,i. .1 . '
IIIIIUOIID Ol UUSIIMIS.
A Altos (Ii.iu:, the Independent He?
form candidate for rtato superlntend
ent of schools, has accepted tho poai
tiou of auperiuteniluiit of tho school!
of Denver, Colorado. This means of
eourso an abandonment of the canvass
AocoiiniNd to tliu tentimoiiy of ImOi
teuor'ol lici7l,eaT.aMiii "ai "WSJ
(pjeiitly disturbed by moat n-ul aud
every day iiuarrel.s. Young people
about to marry aud set up ideal homes.
must not found tliein on tho basis
adopted by tho Tilton.
AtTOIXNEY (j-.VKltAI. W I M.I Ails be
Moves the call from Mississippi fur
troopB in ca-o of disturbance on elec
tion day August Ith is jirematuro,
and cauuot be complied with by the
government under tho law. This re
quire tbat a call fur national troops
shall be mude only in case of aotual
disturbance, und in .Mississippi thero is
only au apprehension tliat trouble will
JiviiK.vn.v," says The Illinois
Stato Journal, " the only Uiopo of a
leader is The Caiuo Hum.xtin- there
is absolutely tiobody oLu to lead or be'
led." Indeed! The .Journal is mis
taken ; there aro euoj:li of Tar. Bit.
i.ktin'h kind of peoplu in the Democ
ratic party to save it may be , if not,
then we shall yet away ofi. Dcstruo
tion will ftll upon it, political Sodom
lint it will ho. Ofcour.so, Tin: iJn.
LETln U the fait tbat will riv tho old
The Radicals are biteinptintj to
make capital for .Mr. JJidfcway, their
candidate for State treasurer by call
log him a "Chritian rerilJetu in;" arid
to forth. AVe have had enough of the
Christian statesmen buiiueis, and sus
pect a steal when u man viii-hes to got
into office ou that old hoc. We
know Kidgeway as !t K00i wan u
wholesome biuuer and the opposite of
the whinint; fellows who attempt lo
run tho political machine with gospel
The Spriuglleld Stato Journal has
been disturbed by tho attempt now be
ing made to "mobilize" tho Opposition
j-copltj of the Stiito and. thus' defeat
the lUdical-. It has been plea.-od to
multj u few remarks about the humor
of tho Huguexiion that Tin: Jk m.etin
aud Chicago Times should Cud 'au
honest meu's party.' The Journal
lives iu a ilas. house at which we do
not wish to throw Htoues, but it should
have the discretion to nut join in a hue
and cry of "Stop Thief !' when,
uuuiuk its neighbors, iu character U h'o
When Mrs. Samuel Williston, of
'Kast Ilamptfm, Massachusetts, 1,,,
nearly fifty years ago to cover buttons
becauro eho and her hnbnnd wuro in
very utrtightuufd viroiinHtHiicH.s, the
had no idea ihk (hey had utruek the
tide, which, taken at fbn flood, wan to
lead them on to fortune. Km H0 jt
Tho button business, which in
ouu be use of tho word is a sinuJI one
iu tlieir liamls irouil to lie immense.
.Mr Willistoii dietUa low days ugo an J
left a fortune of-oVer a liiillion of dol
lar, liavinjr aicnt, dining hi life, over
half it in i 1 1 1 in 1 1 ton school, eliurohes,
aud chanties of various kind.-.
Till. emperor of Chinii recently
made li visit lo the tomb of hi ances
tor!". 'J ho tomb.s nro situated only
eighty miles from l'okiu, aud tho Chi
nese inouareh uiado tho journey on
horseback, but the most elaborate pro
pnrati'itl.s wero made for thd occasion
and vaM rtititiA of money epent in mak
ing them, mid also on Iho rout. A
eircumstauco not gratil'yini io tho oni
peror'd subjects, hmvever, and which
will be appreciated by a HuH'oring poo
Aa an this side of tho Atlantic, was
tho fact that n larue part of the money
ttoininally expended on tho repair ol
tho tomlH and making of the ro.nl.s
over. which tho emperor traveled, really
found its way into the pockets of cor
rupt aud dishonest official.
Uen JJrri.Eit is restiug preparatory
to a-liig effort in a few weeks for the
.MassnehiiM'tts governorship. IIo has
a havy load to carry. In addition to
all the old-titno sin charged to his ac
count, there are the SimmoiM and the
Stillborn allair.t dead weight ou bis
shoulder'', and the hie charge made
by Ciei. Iookef,whfcli nredii fcubitancc
that during tho Juuios Hivvrjcnmpaicn
(Sen. Butler required the colored troojn
tii leave their money with him lor safe
keeping before going- into tho light,
und that when a nun was idiot, the
money wa never heaid of, the Cieueral
lualiug about one million dollars out
uf tho operation. But all these things
have ni' effect on Butler' courage or
determination and arc only calculated
to luuko the canvass more determined
on hpj part and more interesting to
those uot directly interested.
Wi: aro told that pasigraphy signties
that uuiversal written language which
bus so longjbcen dreamed of but never
icaliiedS,Yut!tti serious alteiimt is now
being nifido to introdnco it by lr.
Bachmaicr. of .Munich, lie has tue
eeeded iu giving "numerical cipiiva
lents" to about five thoiinml cninmoii
words. Mo also denotes notions by
numbers, ami oarne.itly seeks the cs
tabliiliinciit of "universal characters,
by which all tho nations of the world
may umiurotaml one another s conceii
ing their own mother tongue." The
-ami- numbers ospresa the miuio ideas
iu all bingiiages. The In. -I; looks like
a herculean one, and the world will
wish the doctor absolute MicecfS, with
out pausing to think of the dillioulty
which may attend tho lenning of the
system after it is perfected.
"J.ET TiHriJu.'i.iiitN and nil
other excited comrades stand fust and
face squuro to the front," says the Illi
nois State Register, ' .ind the Democ
racy of this Stato will pay nothiug
wrong and will carry the state." Well ;
wo hope tho Democracy of Illinois
will neither say nor do anything wrung
iu State convention. But if tho Dem
ocracy of Illinois should say aud do
something wroug if tho Democracy of
Illinois should dcolare for bad money
and repudiation aud rcfuo to declare
at:aiust a protective tariff, wou'd Tho
Register continue to rally the bovs to
a Mipport of the Democracy of llli
noih? Tho Chicago Times seems in
clined to fight against n name, and Tho
Iiogistcr is always ready to fight for a
name. The former will not touch any
good thing called Democratic , tho lat
ter will gulp dowi any political tilth
that is commended to it in tho naine of
the Democratic party.
a.s Tho Illinois Stale Itegitlcr:
' Obcrly, of Tin: Caiuo Hi m.eti.v,
aud Siorcy of Tho Chicago Time,
have started a mutual Admiration soci
ety." Tho RegiMer huspocls all pa-
peis ol mutual admiration that agree
in a common sense view of political
issues. The Register is a Democratic
paper, advocating good money and de
nouncing protection ; but if u Demo
cratic convention iu this Slate were to
declaro for a balloon nidation of the
currency, the Register would throw up
its li.it for t the convention and de.
nuunce the people who denounced tho
convention as mutual admirers. The
Register is a Democratic paper. It
lights Willi ihu Democratic party, no
matter what the Democratic party
fights for. Wo don't, und admire The
Times because it don't.
Ai.THoiruii it is now four years
since the Nathan murder was com
mitted, the mystery surrounding it
makes every thing purporting to throw
lifc'ht upon the deed, of absorbing in
lercM. .'l,o Now- York ' Herald' of a
late dale imbl lvlll!H !l It'll. ,I,I,,,L,.,I
if . , ' -mi. oru j
'to tiu (diinr, in whieh tljo writer Mates
that he wa a i inmate (,f Sing Sing
piison iu .Ini,,., ,!,. jn mt
month, h plan lo rob the NBhau man
sion wan coiieoeli.d by ,neral convicts
then iu the piison, on.) w1(ni j.jj.
ward Sweeney was lo be diteliareed
shoitly aller and was tu miguro the
teivi-Btfof , notorious cragksmuu
Henry .Smith, to engineer the burglary.
The writer 'ays theie was no Intention
to commit murder, us the burglar,
when laying their plan, suppoied the
inmates ol the mansioii would be ab
sent from it in the country. But the
murder wa committed and Henry
Smith, who was well kuown to (lie Xcw
York police n nn old offender, who
had served a term In Sing Sing aud
one on Blackwcll's Island, disappeared.
Tho letter writei claims that ho is now
iu hiding "t Kingston, Samaria, aud
that many of the police, of New York
city, some of them high iu authority,
know from evidence in their po?esion,
him to be the man at whoso hands
Nathan met his death.
"SWKKT 000 D WILL'
We wcio sure wo were right be
fore wo went ahead and said that Til
ton had concealed the crime of Beccher
and Mrs. Tiltou in an effort to follow
tho lof.sons of meekness and forgiveness
taught by the ptcccpts of the Christ
ian religion, but never acted upon cither
by saint or sinner. The following quaint
and singular poem, a very beautiful and
tender poem, written by Tiltou at the
time ho discovered the licit-hiding ini.
quiry, bears us out iu this opinion :
bill M M:MllL'KK'rt MUSl.Mis.
I v a until? luiuo,
tliu, wlili suil.lcii frown.
'I lie hmiiI m.itWml my riuwu,
Aiut In the nilro trot down
M Inlly iLiuie.
1 bore a liounleoui itire,
Ami i;iar liv the way
'Mien blu- d liio dav lit dav,
Hut I. (,'i'owii jiour a they,
Have nuw their villi.
I gamed what men cull filciM'.
Hut now thMr lute l hali-,
And I haul learueil too tale
How uuteil iiilmls uiuu.ile,
An. I In u;.hi uiiil.
t e'a-ieil a w mum's br.a-t,
A II hi-rhealt I knew,
nr r.uii lcil, would lie trim.
Whii nord ala, Mie, too!
l''nle, like the let.
I now urn :il hurelt
A wlu'ii koiik: tuwt r doth I ill,
V llh biltluiclolili -.iml w .ill,
And ulii, and lniiK'e, und all
And iiuilim .' h It.
Hut I aceoutit It wnrtli
All i.in I j I r lmic- i los'eil--
All imr. and huliota ln-
To "aln I hit heavens at co-t
Ol lu-lii,.' ciiilli,
ii. b"l I be Inclined
lo lender ill lot ill
llt'lireloilh Iu inu Ill-till,
(Ind, a sweet tfooil-wlil
To all mankind.
-i.k.t:i- IIoi.iiiu. Nov. i,i.7i
ENCE. All tho American piligiiins have left
Miii iie"i;:Ti?witt,iffihi,2!. Ma!,'Ui
residunco in Alford. " "
Kouriecn uiii.iu ui- tu. j...,
oral btail are still engaged on the olh-
eial history of the war.
The bad black man, King (V)u.., iw
cutting up capers, and Kuglaod will
probably stop his pay.
Blanche of Orleans hai l-oiio to Can-
trarcts for " nervous pains iu the legs ,"
ami a princess, too.
Tun thousand portraits of the prince
imperial weru seized in Paris at the
Northern railway station.
One thousand feet of giecu boards
were on the car when It. Currior put
his foot under tho wheel. The car is
No information has becu received at
the exceutivo mansion in Washington
as to when tho president will return.
Mrs. Bedell, of Klmoro, advertises
that hereafter her husband must " cut
his own feed or starve." She won't
pay his dobts.
Chambord has written a " beautiful"
letter to the proprietor of tho paper
which was suspended for publishing
A reverend centlcman at Woodford
explains that his intentions were
strictly hounrabla when he spoke of
that "iiam reservoir at .Mill River.
An effort was made lately in (he
tiruut concert room at Brighton to
raise money for the claimant. ' One
of his children cairied around the lint
William Clutl. of Si.ilal square
London, left SlT.oOu to tho free
mason's charity boys' school, to e.tabl
ih " an annual good bnv's prize'1 of
Williams of Woreo.lcr, income Sl'O,
U03 a year, had to pay f 15.000 to cut
off from marrying Mis Webster, of
Loiido i. He was ti lucky boy to have
Bliss, of Indian Hill, Cul., found
there was u hole in his dam aud
jumped in and plugged it with his owu
'-"JH pound of humanity until the wa
ter was druwu off by the gate ways.
M. Durieux, phyuician, aged forty
seven years, residing at Auleuil, Paris,
died iccently in hydrophobic convul
sions. IU dixenso was attributed to
a bite received three years befoie.
Who will be iiMonihf'L'il to hear that
Iho Democrat, published at Vauelu-e,
rraiieo, has discontinued for want of
patronage .' fancy the profanation of
polities tit such a place.
An adventurous speculator carried
cargoes of women out of France to get
them good homes in Algeria. He
lauded them outside tho I'reueo juris
diction, in Africa, and sold them, i.t
Lady Amherley, shortly before her
death, spoku nl the great scope cre
mation would give for "thu love of sur
vivors to show itself iu exquisitely
gemmed urns." But alas for poverty
and catthciiwuro !
Mollko arrived iu his plain clothes
at a hold whom he was not known, and
they put him ou the third floor. Fiimlio
efforts were matin to repair tho fault
when the liutli becamu known, hut ilm
old Icllow held his position.
Concha rccemid in the heat of tho
hallle a wound iu thu face ami (lis
moulded lo have the bleeding stopped.
Ho hail put Ins bund ou Iho saddle
und lilted Ins foot into thu stirrup to
loiuount when he received Ins lata)
wound, ihu ball piciciui; him through
and through. He poke only ouco at
tcrwnrds, 8.iyiiiir, "Killed iu guerilla
OLD AND YVARIillvH FAMILY.
Among the few splendid mansions
spared by tho nrmy of Hicriuan, still
Mauds the old Hampton House, built
by the head of the family, " soldier of
tho Revolutionary war nnd of the war
ot 112. Howaslhelirst Wa'le Hump,
ton of South Carolina. Springnig orig
inally from tho cavaliers of Kngland,
who tilled thu world with their fame,
and whoso descendants still walk tho
earth nn tho highest ipesof genius,
his iminediuto nnccstoM cttkd in Vn-
iMiiia, and from thence bo c.iino In j
South Carolina and to lolumljia.
The mansion aud it. giouuils occupy
one square, or four acres of the city.
The liouso is of the old stylo of nicln
toclure. I have seen hiimlieds id
others ill the South pieseiithig a much
finer external appearance. But the
chief attraclii-n of the place, is its
shrubbery, its isio trees nnd exotics.
It lojka like nn earthly paradise.
llu was twice married. By bis first
wife a son was born to him whom he
called Wade. Two or three daughters
wero tho result of the second marriage.
John S. I'restou married his duughter
Caroline nnd cx-tt'overnor Mauuing
his daughter Suan. He accumulated
a vast estate around him, and is said to
have owned 1,000 -laves. 1 have often
when u boy, heard old people say that
ho owned so many that he did uot
know them when ho met them, and
they wero constantly introducing
themselves to him. But be this as it
may, when he died he left all or nearly
all ot' bis property to bis son.
lieu the successor to the house and
to the estate read the will he did what
few men ever did before or since. He
tore it into a tbou-aud pieces and made
an exact aud equal division of all his
fallier'b property between hiui:clf ami
As soon as the war of 1S12 broke
out this Wude Hampton offered his
sword to (icneral Jackson, ami was as
signed a position on his stall'. He was
ouu of his aids at the battle of New
Orleans. Like his father, ho was
thrifty, and added greatly to the es
tate, making purchases of large traets
ot laud iu the alley of tho Mississippi,
which even yet remain in tliu luunly, I
believe. His stepmother lived tu a
green old uge, and did uot die until
some time just before or during the
late war between the states.
The third Wade Hampton is tho
one living to day, who so distinguished
himself timing thu the Confederate
war. He has been twice mairied, and
is now a widower. His first wife wnu
a .Miss I'restou. By this muriiage
three sons wero born Wade, Chris
topher and I 'rank. His sou Wade
served ou thu staff of tieiier.il Joseph
I-.. Johnston. r'reston was on the
uiialJ' ol' hiu (ulhor mill Was killed by his
side. His second wife wits the daiightei
MKAI. KMTAIK AUUOI,
Julm l. Iljimsn,
J. O. HARMAN Sl CO.
K"E3 E3TA THU
HO US 10 AC! KNTS,
And l.tnd Ai:entol llu- Illinois Ontral and
Hiirliuxton ainl .Mt--uiirl It, li. to-.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
Hoy und Sell HIIAI, lT.V'l'K. I'uy TAX1
t-'urnlslii's Alutracts ol Tfttf.
ITTri'iod oiitinl -itft,er.
Eobt. Wood & Oo
2111 LADELAUIA, J'ENiV.,
t'ounralns, Viiset, Auliiiuls. Iron .Stairs,
Lump l'ost, Stable Fltttiih ),
-AST. WR0U0IIT& WIRK RAILINGS
(.'onccit uuil l.ecturu lUUd,
And a d'ciieral Asiortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
I.'hUiihIub anil duli?na "enloit plii atlon,
tUtliU- tin. cU.b ol work leilrod.
S!l M-t i1d:U
NhW YORK STOitK,
W HULKS ALK AND RKTAIL.
S.uoa.r VAhiarv noon IK ma city
KJODU bOLD VKUY OLUUB.
iirui-rr lilntinAutb alr( und Com
OA I HO, IliLINOW.
II. O. 1'ATIKU
I n the IMllocnl 'I'lIB lll'I.I.i:Ti:(
i.si i i. mi, i, i iiicnii: I ou win ileae in.
Ioiiii your im.i r that 1 tiae a i.oIiim
C'lJIti: FOR CONSUMHiO.N
aud ull thoi., is ol the Throat aud I.lihj's,
and tli.it, i,r u
.lihi liinnlrt ilK ufi:iifr!4( ami will
or a ra.c ii will not beuelit. Indeed, so
tll'lll'ls III) lultli, I will Mind a S.AMW.C,
HII.K, lo an) fiiHVrt'l' adtlres.lu me.
I'leui slum (his letter lo ituy one uiu m.ty
iliuw Who . siilleliOK rroiu Ihesn illi;nu,
uel oblige 1'jllliH'lly i'lll.
DR T. F. UURT,
HU VVIIIIiilil til Neil oik
n i . .i
,V man liitcmliiii; to do business must
first lirei'arc hiliiclf lo meet the re
quirements nf liN customer.,; jn-t he
must let fiery possible or probable
customer know that he If. ho prepared.
In ii very Mimll place he may TKUiall
the people what he can tin. Inn Urge
village u printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, vtlllbe
rlh'rmliiii', hut WIIOIIVKK IS IN A
1'i.ici: i.wtt'i: cnom'ii hi sit-
I'OUT A M'AVSI'AI'KIt WILL H.N II
l lllttll'ltll WIIII'U'II) AllllltfSSTIIK
FINE MILLINEIl (CJ,
KltKSII hl'HINd CKlODd.
M K 8 . M . J A C K S O N.
(formerly Mr. Swunlers.)
iiinouncs ii'llmt id e lm nm m.i m.,1 lr....
amortmeut' ol llm
AND HAKIJSOU K
Mllllnorv Oomls to tm i it i .. iuii:ui.'n
She will keep on burnt
MATH, UONMKTH, TLOWKU , KIUU.IMS,
wuiiiirt ritiuMi.NUrt or AM. Kinds,
Li m us KUHNiHiiiNO Ooooh, Motion
C'OLI.AKS. UnIIUUiiI.VHVIU. Htivm
Aud il icooda lutllld Iu luillluurv iriu..
ol which will be dhuiosud ol at t ti lor
cash irieca, Mm, Juckaon reH)iei i.i.
Mksa cnnilouatloa of the imUouHa u i
lias Imvu do llhi-itdljr benUowed upou hoi
llm ImlniM til 1'nlfi nnd the vleinilv.
I mill Mule M,
Tht moil Ittnoumnt Hnciullil (I,t Aji, hit'
titatmtntofl'Jtiy.iri; VllltOSIV ui.1 VU.
', Lt liagll 4. f If ll.llKr.IU.ui r blL.r ul, t(4u.Uli
,M.ltee8M(.S, MMSI.1.4 OK TIIK VAi iVkllloN TO
I'OCIITjr, .UfllVlli HIIIU1, IOHH oi uiutivr
UiMiouii iikl k:n.v o'likii. tuk tumn or
ni:tlCiL LITktTI.'l:i!.liiwiiMiihiu.i( wtii.iU.tt
..UIl.lu( Uu.f u.n..L; wb, TU lt(ali.l
lwluOU. HOr ulii, mum tbd ia. fiw u WW,
.i.llBMUIaU4 r.lMi. l.4Ut vblU yrfUU kJ4,
u,lk'l tlt.L4.iHii .r ftJiW ii.., c.Ubr ftji.a tut itA.u,r,
Ibl.lUl u.U.a ullll tttt! .itwtuU, Lil4, tUft4
W HO L lit' ALL
nil rtiii (Mile I'm! mi f AIm1i.tnnQ
f ? 11 4 . IT 1 T . i
m nn a viiiiinu i it'iiif rriui
I.nwl fiiul (Hltnr faiviilnu
Hit? 1 r I II' . til
IIM MIIH lss .3.
II lllUt'H V I I 1 1 U IIA I 1UIH
SiullV, Ktc, Hto., Kto.
w 1 ii i li i . niw't: v i - nirnr" i Miiiri'ii i i lift i i 1 1 1 i i (
.-soiiriL l ot iv" on 1 1 n; in i nu.i uiiil'i
T. J. K
Sui-efsstj Mf ;
.M tu .
TI.V, SIIKK'l i!ti,. . lll'I'I.IHVARi:
I'niiii.., Illrd rin.., lie I ream In.-zir-
aler l otili t.. Win- I'll, Hi ,ir V,.
duw Sfii tii.,.1 i.ii,,., Wale,
dull tiring ami Jo)) Work
MADK A .SI'KCIAI.ITV.
Aiieut lor the
Garry Iron Roofing Co,,
't he bi n Iron Itotillntr Iu llm .Market.
Unlet, trom Abroad will JJeeelw I'ronii.t
All work done with IlipaUh and airan
ted to kIvc SJutliifactlon.
AT Wll.W.Vfj III.OUK I' I lit fl.do
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & OUIJNSKI.OIl AT LAW
Olllleu Over I'list t.utlouul II ml., .".-l.'-'lio
John II. Mulkey. William ('. .Mulkey.
MULKEY Sl SON,
. KNKYS AT LAW
a u -). IliTliS.
i ,'i.i i Ul "ti between Ctmimor
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(Sucecssor to I'arker A UlaLi i
PAINTS & OILS
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And the eelcbrated iiIuii..ii.i n
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CARRIAGE & WAtJON
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