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BUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S74.
Official Paper ol the Cltf " Countr
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TO THE DEMOCRATS. LIB
ERALS Atf D ALL OTHER
OPPONENTS OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY !
Tho Democratic Central Committco
of Alexander county, in riuruauco of
power rostcd in it, hereby gives notico
Of the Democrats, Liberal and all
other opponents of tho Republican
party, will bo held
AT CAltlO,HATUIUIAV, Al'MUsT 21, 187-1,
for tho. purposo of appointing lio
delegates to represent them in tho
State convention to bo held at Spring.
field, August 20, 187-1 ; nino delegates
to represent them iu tho Eighteenth
congressional -district convention to bo
held at Anna, September 3, 1874 j aud
delegates to represent thoin in the
Fiftieth senatorial district convention,
to be held at Anna, September 3, 1874 ;
and for the transaction of other husi
i ncss. John Howlev, Chairman.
Cairo, 111., August 14, 1S74.
To tlio Democracy, Liber
als and all other Oppo
nents of the ltcpubli
The Democratic State Central Com
mittce, in pursuanco of power vested in
it' by tho Democratic State Convention
of 1072, hereby gives notice that n
State convention will bo held at
araiworiJCLD, oh Wed.nesdat, the !2Crn
day or Auoust, 1671, at 12 M.
All voter of tho State who desire to
romofi1 the following purpose, are in
vited to join in tending delegate to thi
eon vent ion :
lf. The restoration of gold aud til
Vcr as tlrt basin of the. eurreney of the
country ; the speedy resumption of spe
cie payment and the. payment oj all
national inddtediust in the money rec
ognized by the civilized icorld.,
2d. Free commerce.
ltd. Individual'libcrty, and ojypotl
lion to mtiptuary laic.
ith. Rigid restriction of the, govern
ments, loth state and iiational, to thr
legitimate domain of political power,
by excluding therefrom all executive and
legislative intermeddling with the af
fairs of tuckty whereby monopolits arc
fostered, privileged classes aggrandized,
and individual freedom unnccetiarilg
and oppressively restrained.
5th. The right and duty oj the state
to protect it citizens from extortion and
unjust discrimination by chartered mo
nopoliti. The. committor, believing the. opposi
tion to Jiepublican miifulc can harmo
niously unite upon the foregoing princi
jdts, tarnutly solicit tU free co-opera
lion of all men, regardless of past po.
litical affiliation; in an tamest effort to
place the Mate and National govern
ment in tftcftandsof inen co are act
uated by the principles ulmc enunci
ated, ftich county will be entitled to send
one legate for every five hundred votes,
and oh dc'egnlr for ,V(Ty fmetm y
two hundred and fifty votes und otvr,
ant in said county for all the pnttdtn
tial candidates at the presidential dic
0. II.M'CoitMicK, Chm'n.
At We i C' Ir JIoUo"Blcfc,
b ' (James C. Robinson.
1st District Geo. S. Kimberly.'
2d District A. 0. Story.
JJd District Theodore Bhintz.
4th District Jas. S. Ticknor.
full Dutrict-W 0. "Wright.
7th District Jas. G. Klwood.
8th District W. K. Cook.
9th Distriot Wis. T. Dowdall.
10th Diitrict Thos. B. Caboon.
L'th District Kjf,. Merrill
Mth District-.!. It. Cunningham
ITlh J)ttriut S. II. Wilcox..
18th District Win. I. Greco.,
HUli Distrkt Chas. Carroll.
I'cmocr.ttic S talo Control Commit
'i lie unJcrsignd.l citizen, being in
full liariiiouy with tho principles uuun
ciatcdiu tho nbovo call, mid desirous
qfieuml'ining all voters of tho Slato
whlijjrco with these principles in nn
opposition party strong enough to put
nn bud to tho misrule of the rcpub
lican.party, heartily join in tho above
A. 0. foiling, H.U.CaulflotJ,
Herman llaiter, HormanLleb,
Jolm M. I'almcr, J. It, Doollttlo, jr.
Kdward Uummol, Thomas Hover,
J no A. McGlornand, Andru Mattr-ton,
.lobn H. Oborly, M. II. Bailey,
Danlol Cameron, .1. 11. Johnson,
Clink 11. Lsnphlur, lllchurd illchaelU,
i. OrendorflV O. W. ltoUlinu'.
111 i:r have him again In Tenuojsco
a wild man of the mountains.
' T.V tho Into war of race.', in Mississ
ippi, ono negro whs killed and not ouo
wli'fte man ! Who was it that cried :
Wk admire .Mr. Clements, und will
permit him to call himself h "willin
littlo cuts," but we would like to sco
tho man who would dare to call htm a
cussed Utile williu'.
Hon. John IIixciiumit has ex
pressed his willingness to sacrifice
himself upon tho altar of the public
weal by going to cougress from Dill
The New York Herald speaks of
tho war of races now going on in Ark.
ansas. The Herald has may we be
permitted to say got off her eggs.
The war of races referred to by the
Herald was not in Arkansas at all,
but in Mississippi.
Tin: members of tho Democratic
committee of this congressional district
were not going to take nny risk in
calling the convention. They have is
sued a call for a Democratic convention
and' probably want none but Democrats
to apply. Why did not the committee
ask tho co-operation of the Liberals
aud other opponents of the Radical
Dr.mtr.n gushed. In his statement
ho has convicted himself of being a
soft, hypocritical and very cowardly
man. We havu little doubt that every
fair-minded: man; who will road tho
fltatcinoht carefully, will conoludo that
it is full of falsehood. The irreat
preacher has fallen, and Chistiauity
will do ilsalf greivousiu jury by becom
ing his apologist.
Till! Peoria Democrat is a peculiar
sheet. It denounces the Statu Demo
cratic committco because that commit
tco desires a convention that will pro
claim for hard money, aud it denoun
ces the llichardsoii foolish fellows be
cause they desire n conventiou that
will procluim ngaiust hard money. It
cannot be pleased. It is a little of a
good many things, and not much of
auythiug. It is and it is not j it is not
and it is. This moment you seo it at
tho mouth of tho hnrd money holo go
ing In, aud the next sec it at the mouth
of the soft money hole going in. This
moment you may observe it coming
out of the hard money hole, and thu
next out of the soft money hole ; and
then it becomes confute! in its mo
tions und seems to bo going und com
ing out of aud into both of the holes
at the same time.
Tiik Caii-.o HlILLKTIN t Of.6 of tboie
papers wblch claim thai all the oppoilllon
to. JUdicnllsm rliouli lm unlteil to tb
orurtlirow of tnlcl Itadicalliui, yet tbii
papor.doo llltlu oltettim abm, rlllifj
and nttempt to ridicule tbois who tolling
to laid oppoiitlun. That paper ruuit hare
quoer iduui of tbu uo of meant to accom
pllih tmdi. ll'unrU Doinocrat.
The Democrat is not justified by
facts in this nsscrtiou. We do not
abuse, villify or attempt to ridiculo tho
members of tho purty opposed to Had-
icalism. No oppoto Radicalism be
cauo we bejievc tho political doctrines
advocated by tho Radicals are political
doctrines no good citizen t-hould en
dorse, doctrines which, gion vitally
by legislation will injuro the pros
perity of tho country and impair if
not destroy tho govorument. Wo op
pose Radicalism because it is tho
champion of shinplastcr money, and
wo will oppoto "Democracy" if it
should advocate tho ame fullacv.
Heretofore, we havo often auuk our
own opinions, and aofiuiesciifg.In tho
dceisious of the Democratic purty,
have voted Mralght, crooked and
"erosswaye." This wc.did because the
Radical's were no betfer but much
worso than tho Democrats, und beeause
we firmly bolicvod the old party would
in time gctbaok to the praglica pf
tho policy of honesty In the dcclara.
tion of its principles. And now there is
an opportunity. Tho Augua liOth,
convention may inaugurate u move
went that will sweep the country, but
it will not ihaugur&U suoh a movement
if.it takes tho advice of tho Democrat
aud such politicians as Richardson and
Singleton. Wo aro not surprised that
the Domocrat tdiould havo wandered
off after ibis fallacy of much monoy
nil we Democrats hnvo been drifting in
that direction ; but we afo surprised
that tho Democrat should persist iu
advocacy, of the delusion.
A SACHKDSOIL. INVADKt).
Tho. Democrats 01 .Memphis are or
thodox if there are orthodox Demo
crats anywhere from Muino to Mexico.
The Democrats of Memphis aro state
rights pcoplo of tho most ultra kind.
The rights of the states arc in tho eyes
of the Democrats of Memphis sacred.
Each state, iu the. opinion of tho
Democrats of Memphis, has a right to
rcgulato its own affairs in its own way,
and the people of other slates ought to
keep their fingers out of its political
The trouble with the Democrats of
Memphis is, they do not practice the
precepts they preach. A few days
ago, a doctor shot at
a negro man who had
neglected to got out of the doctor's
way. TJic doctor killed not the negro
man but a negro cm. Tee doctor
was sorry, ilo was not sorry that no
had killed tho girl ; but ho wb sorry
he had not killed the negro man. This
wbb a noble sorrow, and It should havo
becu respected ; but it was uot. In
tho midst of his grief the doctor was
ruthlessly arrested by misguided Radi
cal officials and thrown into jail. This
outrageous act was enough to heat the
Caucasian blood ; aud it did. A mob
of white men broko down the doctor's
prison doors and restored him to free
It may appear strango, but the i
negrooH in and around Austin did uot
like this proceeding aud said so ;
whereupon the whites armed them
selves, and raised an alarm. They re
potted that Austin was surrounded by
a thousand armed negroes, who wished
to get possession of the place aud burn
it to the ground.
Hie news roached Memphis, and
several companies of militia Tenn-
Cisco militia marched into Mississippi,
bravely advanced on Austin and
marched into it. It was in possession
of the negroes, but it had not been de
stroyed, tho white men who had uot
got frightened and ruu away had not
been molested and no property had
been destroyed. The militia of Tenn
essee thereupon, without process of Uw
after invading, with arms in hind,
the sacred soil of Mississippi arrested
eighteen negroes who looked like
negroes guilty of a disposition to bum
something, aud theu marched back to
Memphis again. The king of Franco
with twice teu thousand men marched
up the hill, aud theu marched down
again. Tho Democrats of Mem
phis wero a valorous as
the king of France, and made them
selves as ridiculous. Without author
ity they invaded the sacred soil of a
sacrod state( deprived a few men of lib
erty without duo business of law
acted lu a Tory un-Democratic man
ner liko the "Radical despots who
are trampling upon the rights of the
states and of tho peoplo" and theu re
turned to their homes again, just a lit
tlo ashamed of themselves.
For The Hoi.i.itin.
u r liar. li. u. tuayeu, . ji.
Tlia word ecllpio it derived trout the
two Greek wordi: "Ui,'W; and,,eipln,'1
to learn, Quailing "to leave out."
It ii a tormuied by aitromomeri to in-
dicalo "the inturception of tbu light or
lomo of the luiuinloui bodtoi by the ia
terrentioo of orne otbor body.'1
A tolar eclipie it tbe objuration of the
iun, cauied by tbe moon coming between
it and tho obierver. It may bo either par
tial or Mtal.
A lunar eclipse fa tbe hiding of tbe
rnoou'i I If tit, cauied ly Its palling
through tbu vartb'e ihadow.
'lbuie are eviinti of (treat moment ts
tho aitrononier, and aro watched with in
tense ialeruit by almoit ovorv one.
A total eclipie or tbu un, visible to ui,
ii a very grand and lolenm light. Tbe
gradual cruupinj; ot tbe moou acroii
tbe lun'i dlic, ilowly blotting out heaven
gruat luminary, nud bringing an unnatu.
rl and ildceniujr darknoii over tbe eartb,
out nt iini.), liai a lingular etf-ict upon the
human mind. It makei tbe Intel!!-
gontobiervnr fool profoundly that loma
mighty overruling power bldi tbe heaven
ly bodice know their appointed "times and
loaioni,'1 and cauiei tbem barmonlouily to
roil. To tbe leu enlightened, It brlngi
luperitittoui fean, alarm and great con
iternation. With respect to a total -eclipie of tbe
un wo note three tblngi :
lit. To uif It occuri at lung Inturvali.
At moit. wo sie but few total ecllpiei of
tbo iun; during -otir livei. A partial
ecllpiq li an uncommon stent ; a total
ecllpio a very uncommon one.
24. It It of abort duration. Tbe entire
tlmo of a tolar eclipie, from tbe com.
mencement U tbe termination, Ii umally
vsry.ihort. Jn a little while "tbe dark
neu U pait," tbo moon sweeps by with
cuijsitlc meln and takes the ibadowi with
ber as the cliiaU tbo itoepi tf heaven's
vait dome ber flight li swift, and the end
follow! cloie upon tbe beginning.
3d. Wbeu tbe brief oclipie ii over, tbe
light of the iun li at ilroog, clear and
boautlfnl si ever. No dlmnoii lingers bo
bind; Tbe strength or tbo Hubl Is not do
creaied, nor its beauty snd clearneu itn
paired. Tbo harmony or th ;rrat whole
rsmalns undlitorboJ. lndnod, the rys or
tbo sun seom inoro boautlful and wolcomo
bji.auio of tho tomporary lolorrupllop.
Although tbo noon hai paiiod between
tho itln and ul and otieuroJ It for a little
lesson, yet Hi light romaim unchangJ,
Medltitlog upon thoio Hinpie iet in
tbo natural world led in to coaster tho
analogy belwoon tbli and what we "all an
apparent eclipie. Hotnelimoi, in tuo hl
tory of tbe church and tbe wotlJ, a deep
laid plot of Infntnoul Iniquity comoi to
the surface t a prodltf loul icbemo of wlck
odnoil li disclosed ; an event, blnck with
unutterablo pollutions, tranipirci, the mil-
ton of which. laomt to bo to obicure tbu
light of" tbo iun of ribteouinud. ' At
tbepUt thlckani.and tho Infamy donponi,
i;ooi men tremble, fearing a total rclipin
in tbo iplrltual beavent. Ai tbe dark
nea Increaiei the hnavenly light iseini to
grow dim. Tbe effect Ii ilokenlnn. Con
fidence It ibaken. "The mourn tt go
about tbe itrveti." "Aha I 1 told you
o," eriei the wicked ; 1 Uhriitlanlty never
can lurvlve lujb a blow ai tbli. A total
eclipie li uoaiing." Hut not o lait, my
friend. I'auio a mjmitit and let ui tako
our reekonlngi. Thick rloiiJa havo ob
scured tbe aun at timet, but tbo aun bai
neither ceaied iblnlng nor loit bright-
Great moral ovIU and corruplloui in
high and holy placet have occasionally
come to light, but Uhriitlanlty liaa not
been arrested thireby. Offence that are
rank and mull to hoavon have at timet
keen committed, but Christianity has pur
sued Iti onward way. If a thiutand
tnou should fall from great religloui
height into the dough of
iniquity, "tbo sun of rlgbteouinots "
would sutler no total eollpie. Timet do
come that "try men'a touli." Great
oloudt ot wlckvdnou arise with darkntst
In their foldings; the lauipa burn dim In
the temple but they go not out. Tbo
hip of Uod'i eternal truth rides thu crust
ot every wave that tbe sforrni of wlckod
nots bavo lathed to fury. Tho light ot
the Christian's luminary may gather dlm
noii but It cannot co out In darkneti.
lUt let tbo fact be admitted tbat -'the iun
of rigbtnouinesi" dooi sometimes tufl'er a
partial eclipie, what then? Tbe tame bold
true of it'ai ot tbe iun In tho heavopi :
lit. If eclipeio come at all, It ii only at
long intorva.1i. God dott not permit Satan
ta achieve a great triumph often. Such an
evnnt n tbo exception rather than the
2d. It is of short duration. "Tbe
triumphing of the wicked it short." ho
cloud, no darkness, no body of iniquity
can long obicure tho light of tbe Christ
ian'! life. Like an oelipie of tbe iun, it
quickly paisos away ; for tlnco truth Is
mighty, it must prevail.
3d. No sooaor it tbo temporary dark
ness put, than the light of "the iun ot
righroouinosi" tblnoi with all iti
necuitomoi cluarneai and itrengtb. lie
shadows are loft upon It, bo mists lltigur
around it, no dlmnoii blun tbe brightneit
of iti raya.
An latellloul man nuver fears tbn re.
tult of a aclar eclipse. The Christian may
toi, In tbe development of wickednem,
cauio tor sorrow and tadnosi of heart,
but none fur fear. God will deliver hit
people "out of all their distresses."
Cii-.o, Ava. 15, 1371.
THE PhFlADBLPHIA MYS
TERY. NOMOUTOX THE KOijS AUDUC-
STUANGE CONDUCT OF illt. ltOSH
Correspondrnceoftbr Xew York Tribune
Philadku-hu, August 7.
'J'he police aro in despair over the
Ross child-stealing ca.su. Not a trace
has been discoveicd of the boy, of the
two men who carried him away, or of
tne yacht-bouieu buggy in wuicu tbey
are said to nave decamped. The pri
vato detectives, who are supposed to
have raoro genius for their business
than the policemen of the city iorco,
have beeu no more fortunate. One
stop has been gained, however, which
may in tbe euu lead to a solution ol
tbe mystery. A doubt as to tbe kid
napping of the child for ransom has at
last go t possession of the mind of
ovory ouc who has studied tho
case. Now the dominant Idea is
that peoplo, press and police have been
on a false nccnt all tho time. A
thorough investigation of the antocced
ents, surroundings, and business' and
social conuoutioii ot the Ross fam
ily is now demanded by publio senti
ment, aud the publication of fao similos
of tho letters received by Mr. Ross, ro.
quiring $2O,O0o ransom, is Insisted ou
as essential to the further progress
toward cleaning up tho mystery. JNew
theories to explain the strauge affair
ucgin to oe uiicusscu by tbo city pa
pers, which until lately refused to en
tertain any other notion than that tho
missing child had beeu abducted by
bold tbnWes to extort money lrom
tho distressed paronts. Ono
paper, The Herman Democrat, goes
so far as to hiut that tho boy has been
murdered, and insists that the houso
and grounds of tho father should bo
searched. Other journals hint at fam
ily troubles as a probable clew, aud
begin to touch unon susoiclous circum
stances connected with tho aflair which
have heretofore been mooted only iu
private oouvcrsation. Tho popular do
roand for tho publication of the letters
promises soon to bo so impcritive that
Mr. Ross will be oblieed to comply with
it, or tho polico to force him to. His
only exouso for keeping them secret is
that some of then oontain abuse of
his wife. Th s verv faot, however, is
an additional argument in favor of lay
ing them before tho publio, for it
promises to furnish a clew tbat will
lead to the direction of tho writers. If
the letters actually contain reflcctioiiH
on Mrs. Ross, tho cato assumes a now
aspect at once, for it is uvi
deut that suoh expressions wpuld
not bo writlen by kidnnppnrs who
nought monoy oiil as the re
sult of their crime. Mr. Ko.Js has do
terminally ruru.ed to let the corres
pondence bo printed. VoMerday ho
wat offered 81,000 for it by tho repre
sentative of a newspaper, and replied
that no amount of money would in
duce him lo nllmv llin lnMr-r.4 In lin
printed. It is extraordinary that tho
police liavo not taken them out or Ins
hands beforo this, but they, tho whole
affair is surrounded with jutit such per
plexing circumstances. As fur as can
be learned; no policomaii has yet been
inside of Mr Ross's house, nor
has any rigid examination becu
mado of tho members of the
family and the servants. A well known
dctcctivo, not on the city force, who
has worked for three weeks upon tbo
case, lini renched the conclusion that a
family secret lies at tho bottom of tho
kidnapping, and that it is urclcss to
proceed further on thu supposition that
it Is a si in pi u affair of abduction for rati
com. Meanwhile tho .Mayor's police
aro still beating about iu tho dark, and
filling bsck on their old theory that
tho child is concealed somewhere
iu tho city, have begun n fcncrnl
search of all tho houses within thu cor
TAXATION THAT KILLS.
w i ticrlbncr'e .Monthly,
e nave before us tho report of Mr.
Ruffuer, superintendent of the Virginia
Hoard of Public Instruction, for 187;t,
and wo find iu it urrayed iu startiiug
figures, n statement uf taxation for
liquors drank within the State, which
fully accounts for the poverty, not only
of Virginia, but of all tho Southern
States; whilo it also gives the reason
for tho straightened ulrcumttances of
millions In the North. Thoro lire 28f0
retail liquor shopi in the Slate. If
theso shops sell tho average amount of
liquor hold by tho liquor shops uf the
United States, and there is no reason to
suppose thev do not. the annual amount
consumed is $10,022,888. There are
additions to bo mado to this from,
wholesale dealers and patent medicines
which arc bought and consumed for
their alcohol, that raise thu aggrt-gatu
to $12,00(),UUU. There is no doubt
that the sum total exceeds tlic-e terrific
figures, whlctt lcavo nut entirely the
alcohol tied for mechanical and manu
facturing purposes. This sum exceeds
the total valuo of all the farm produc
tions, increase iu livo stock, and value
of improvements, of tho year 1S71,:ic-,
cording to tho United States census
in the seven bc.t counties of thu Statu
and by just tho same amount, the value
of tho productions of forty-fivo smaller
counties during the same year. The
wheat crop of Virginia for 1870 was,
in round numbers, 8,000,000 burbots.
This, ut 81 .r)0 per buidiel, which is
more than was received, makes exactly
812,000,000. Iu brief, Virginia drank
up its cntiro wheat crop to thojast gill!
M ATR 1 MONIAIj AHKNC I KS
liurliu is fust outgrowing slow ma
trimonial machinery. Tho diplomacy
of the mother and tho harmless arts of
the daughter arc giving way to the
more simplo and tuoio expeditious ys
tern of matrimonial agencies. An Eng.
lish reader would havu somo troudlo iu
conceiving tho j rogress mado within a
year or two by that extraordinary busi
ness, and not even n German can ibr
cast Its future possibilities. It is not
onough that thero aro women who, in
scductivo advertisements, mako known
their benevolent purposes, and who, iu
modest apartments and in a private way
bring the anxious together. Not even
tho slender veil of thu kind of prudish
noss is now thrown over tho traffic.
Thero are now great offices, with their
managers, thoir matrons, their li-dgcrs
and hierarchy of clerks, nnd which offer
applicants of either hex their choice
from two or three hundred candidate?.
They issue their catalogues, like tlio
old book shops, and omit no important
details. Thus tho candidates will bo
classified Bomethiiig like this;"Ttvo
hundred and fifty maidens from the
bourgeoisie, 1 (if) widows of tho saino
class, 90 maidens and widows from the
aristocracy, with fortunes, etc. and
ou tlio other side, "uOO gentlemen,
merchants, and that class, 100 govern
ment officials, 50 landowners, etc."
And recently the business has risen to
tho dignity of nn organ of its own.
Tho Matrimonial Journal, issued week;
ly, contains tho advertisement of these
agencios as well as of canditates them
selves, notices of books, and miscells
ncous matter well calculated to HCt forth
tho beauties of married lifo, and to
encourago tho wavering.
Eobt. Wood & Co
liao RIDGK A V UN UK
PI LI L A DEL AH I A , VENN.,
Fountains, Villus. Anlmnls. Iron Stairs,
l.nnittlll.iilu Ud.l.l.. L-IIIInu i
....... r. uni., uiuiiiu liVt'l,J,
JAST. VilOUGIIT.'& WIRE RAILINGS
NKW nnd IMltOVElM) CtlAIlt fortbeatres,
(.vuuai.auu i.cuiuru jtaiia.
And u Goueral Assortment of Orua.
mental Iron "Work.
Kttlmatea mil !nlin sirti annllna
Jtntlug the ill r t ol wcik on rod.
XT 1? O XX 2ZS 31L ,
And Dealer In
Khiiith tiVHKsr, liar. Wasiiinuton ami
Keen tbe boot of Heel. I'orW. Mutton vual.
l.atnb, rjuUkagf, ttc, und U prepared to
no (uiuuiea in a uccrtiuuie mamu-r.
i f 1
j.eati ana umer Urades, j'amts, Ii-lurs, Oils, VarniHlie ,
Window Glass, Wax PUver Materi.,l,Ti lo Color,, Lhe
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Vc -Solicit rrirri-xpondenra mid order- from Hritjfitlt, l'liy-IMana und (li nr-rnl Sloru.
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first iireparc lniu.cir to meet tlio re
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must let every possible or proli .lilo
customer L now tlmt lio li, so tirep.irr-il.
In n verx snmll pluci- he mnj TDLLull
the people lmt lm ciindo. In a large
vlllatM! a printed linnillilll, poster or
circular, properly ilMrilmted, ulll In-enii-nclous
but IViiOLVIIIt IS IX A
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port a xr.wsi'Ai'Kit will mi
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wltli Infco ice of the vry beat qmilily, either
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Hhould li lot at Ihu oulic No, If) HiU
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