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il like U tit AfW
toUr Irtnn Ohio
I'ostmatkrUkskkal Kky will bavt'
nfTcn tboimnd pont-o tikes undr Mm.
Uristow necras to Iw the comlti mnn
tor Davis4 plaoo on tins suprrtme touch.
, RkPt BUCAN ripwinpcr air beginning
to ' ve constitutional reasons why
United States trrtops photild not continue
to be Mfttlonrd In IouUtann ami Souih
Carolina, t. . vj ' ' '.
Tiik Cook county Normal Institute at
linglewood has proved bii tkphant on
the hands of the tax payers of the
county they are anxious to Ret ril ot it,
and on Monday m, in nartnotijr wtin
this desire, the' county commissioners
Tfttred to transfer the entire Institution
to the hands of ttic stati on condition
iimt thr. Intter amroprlutc the money
necessary to Veep it in running order.
IxtuisvitLK GtHricr-Joitiital t l'res
s.int llnrp has made one
talse step . hi the organ!.
tiiti ,J La tMihA household, lie lias
directed, it Is reported, that Col. Corbln,
of the army, t e detailed for duty Rt the
white house. The law does not author
ise the employment of military officers
in such duly, and it is not In aeeor
dance with the taste of the Amer
ican ieople that the president should
Imve military personal attendants.
General Grant set the precedent for such
practice, but in no lusUnoc was the em
ployment attended with satisfactory re
sults. As a general rule during tho last
administration, olllcers ot the army who
went on duty, in the, white Uouso came
out with their reputations seriously im
. HKBTllA YOHUILMiatX.- -
;The' Boston newspapers are talking
about Bertha Von Hillorn'a "great teat."
We think sho has two of them and that
they ought to be spelled "feet." They
are her gift, her talent, as it were, which
she Iias not tolded lu a oaukln . , On the
contrary," she has cultivated them,
brought out their capabilities, and they
ura now doing her good ser
vice, earning', her a respectable and
not a very laborious living. A tew
davs azo. In Boston, she walked
one hundred miles iu twenty-eight hours,
stopping during this time twice to cat
and six times to rest. She averaged
thirteen minutes and fifty-one seconds
per mile and was ou her feci t wcutj -three
hours, three minutes and lhty-four sec
onds. She finished her walk ol one hun
dred miles In thirteen tuiuutes and thirty
two seconds belore the allotted time and
tueu walked off with a neat sum of money
in her pocket earned not lu the swout of
her brow, nor by tho labor of her hands,
but bv her two cood teeL Aristocratic
'iRi'inroflTBcaeon Uill and other high.
toned suburbs ol the Hub, cheered her
on her way, and as she HnUhed her task.
me ladies clapped their hands and the
gentlemen threw tip their hats in en.
NOt' r II CAROLINA.
ine pcoe ol South Carolina who
UiiTe endured injustice, indignities and
delays with admirable patience and dig
mty, are at last becoming uneasy under
tne ttatut quo imposed by President
J rant and not, ho lar, broken kr Mr
uuye; uuuer the Influence of
this uneasiness and uncertainty, they
hive become outspoken in the
expression ot their Intentions and pur
f-oes lor the luture. Tho Je,w Vork
Herald correspondent, writing from Co
lumbus under date of March 10, says that
me jieople ol South Carolina have unanl
tuouhly made up their minds that thev
will submit to no other civil state govern
ment out that ol which Hampton Is the
ueaa; tuat under no circumstances wii
the Chamberlain government be tol'
crated ; that It is utterly useless to at
tempt to settle the difficulties in the state
lv means of a compromise commisbion,
as proposod, as on their part there is
nothing to compromise; thai they have
resoivea to pay no taxes to any other
government than Hampton's ; and that
if Ida government is not recoirnized. a
standing and powerlul army will have to
be kept In South Carolina to endeavor to
keep the peace alone. Talk ol this kind
is beard In the itato at all times, and It
has become more determined In its tone
fi inre the opposition of Mr. Blaine and
others to the liberal southern policy
lotvabadowwt by President Hayes was
developed. In tho meantime there is a
great Buffering In the state, owing to the
terrible stagnation in all branches ot
cemmeroe, industry and agriculture, re
sulting solsly from the delayed settle
weut of the governmental question there
In a conversation with the cur
respondent Chamberlain expressed
coulideace that "Have , and his
cabinet, when they come to the ques
tion,'? wm t obliged to do the South
Curolina Republican! Justice ; that It will
be fiuad that "both la w aud j ustice is on
their side"; thatthelChamberlalo govern
mentjwlll be recoguhsed, as otherwise
in ta opinion "President Hayes would be
guilty ot the grossest perfidy."
l , r
wd. bouglasUtoUmafthalol tho
-At the annual commeucemcnt of
Jeierson Medical College, at rhUadel'
phla, Saturday, the degree of U. V., wu
coulerre4 upon thirteen oh trom im.
loU aud seven from Iowa.
Secretary o State William M. JSart
haa tlx unmarried daughters, who will
'K "Muiujiun ajciety. Xutus ol
thcin Lave beauty, but all are line, witty
'ahinpton Lrfler t President Hay W
is the handsomest president 1 hare ever
seen. In good looVs he may rank next
to Fillmore. He h but slightly taller
than General Urant, lias a line head and
larv, and looks well fed and wholesome.
His wire Is what every one styles a pleas
ant, kind-looking woman, devoid ol style
in dress or apearatiec.
The new secretary ol the navy, "old
Pick Thompson,'" ol Indiana, is revenly-
eight years old and "Is a chivalrous and
handsome, white-headed and hright
yetlold gentleman, with a tendency to
develop sudden intensities. lie is a lit
erary man, his latest effort in this lino
being a volume published by Harper
firo., on the political history or the
Church ol Rome.
-Springfield Register : The venerable
Judge aioflett, or this city, and Mrs.
Nancy S. Moflett, of Macon county, were
united In marriage on eduesday lnt
The bride is seventy years of age, and
tho groom eighty, yet each Is 'ale and
Varty. Mrs. Moftett Is now for the
thin! tin e a wife. Her second husband
was a brother of her present lord.
Mrs. Frances Kllzahcth Iloggan,
who has been practicing medicine in
Entrlaud for several years, has Just
passed a successful examination In Dub
lin, and has received tno meuicai licenses
of the King's ami gueen s loucge 01
riyslcians in Ireland, which ol course
secure lor her official recognition in the
Uniled Kingdom. Uy a singular colncl-.
. . . A 1 1 -
deuce, on the same day, ur.ueorge uug
gaii, the husband ot Mrs Iloggan, was
attending at the reading ot their joint
paper ''On Lymphatic ot Muscles' at
the meeting of tho Royal Society.
Blaine Has the Effrontery to Ad
vocate Another Election in
, Louisiana. .,
Wise Words of Alex. H. Stephens
on the Political Situation.
commit of iil. reraonnl
Pertinent, and r More I nil it
i (To tM Aocitc4 l'resi
Washington. March 13. The presi
iotlf' Callt tlm followinir nominations to
the senate to-day: L. M. Morrill, col
lector of customs for tho district of Port
land and Falmouth, Me.; William Stone,
United States attorney of South Caro
lina; Asa O. Oldis, ot Vermont, James
B. Howell, of Iowa, and Orange erris,
of Sew York, Southern claims commis
sioners: postmasters: Wm. K. Hoi
loway, at Iudlanapolls ; Nicholas Filblck,
Terro Haute; George rUcger, South
Bend; John . Dowd, Itockvllk, and
Henry Davis, at Bedlord, all in Indiana-
Senator Morrill Is understood to nave
been offered the appointment as United
Ui.tM In VauUml nl" Href.
The senate, lu executive session, con
firmed Seuator Morrill's nomination im
mediately, i lie others were referred to
the appropriation committee.
A SHW KLECTIOK.
Senator Blaine, In view ot the possibil
ity that the president may not recognize
Packard or Chamberlain, Is very ear
nestly in favor of having, "by consent ol
all parties," a new election in Louisiana
and South Carolina, and has so expressed
himself to President Hayes
This, Senator Blaino believes, could
now be had by the common consent of
all political organizations, and could be
conducted in a peaceful manner, , free
from the entanglemont of a presidential
contest. The result of the election.
whichever party might prevail, would,
n Senator Blaine's judgment, brlnar
ipcace and contentmeiit to those states
more eertaiuly perhaps than any other
inodo of adjustment now practicable.
This policy, Blaiue thinks, would har
monize all demeriU of the Kepublican
party, and secure at the same time the
co-operation ol all Democrats in the
South who desire a peaceful adjustment
of existing difficulties on an honorable
THE KELLOGG CASK
Senator Morton, chairman of the nriv
lieges and elections committee, says that
the majority leport ol that committee on
the Kellogg case, although prepared, will
not not be presented to the senate to-day,
and tlio views ol the minority cannot, ot
course, be permitted betore the majority
The reason lor delay Is conjectured to
i that, owing to tne absence ol liepubli-
can senators, the Democrats constitute
neany or quite a majority. There is no
other business ready for action by the
senate, winch will now have to await
Mi. .nil.l! ... .
-wuiuuuiou or oiuer executive Lui -1
ness. . . .
' " - 1
. tub xiw b....mn .
Secretary Thompson, accompanied by
ex-Secretary llobeson, reached tbe navy n
uiwuucui, auoui 11 'clock. .The
ex-secretary bitroduocd Sccrttary
Thompson to the chief clerk, Hogg, and
Uudsey Muse, for torty-ulne years mes
fceugcr at Uio BecriUry'a door. After
wards, , the cUleLi ol bureaus wcro n.
ented.tnd then the clerks of the secre
tary's cfllce, beaded by the chkl ckrv.
paid their respects.
During the Introduction, Senators
Hamlin and Blaine and Kcprcsentatlve
Itead entered and paid their respects.
Tbere was no speech makinir. Tbe
iecretary and cx-sceretary conlerrod for
an hour or so, and about 1 o'clock Mr.
Hotwsen took bis departure. Tbe chiefs
of several bureaus and clerks of depart
.uu wm to-morrow ;and take formal
leave ol tbeex-secreUry at bis Louse.
favorably lunutss id. . , ,
Among the vUltors to Uie presideaUo-
Thti h UUC l,artk8 of Virginia,
l ue latter aay tbey are favorably lm-
prensea with the prekldeut and U'llevo be
will do what Is right with aH ccrknn. . I
.J.-, A MOOTKD QUESTION. . .
From tho fact that the soldier who
killed another was, by order of General
1 Trobriand, turned over to tin super.
intendentol the Meholls Hlice, at New
trleans, some persons have supposed
this Is a recognition or the Nieholls gov
ernment, but .officials say there is uo 1M-
litical sigiiiticanco whatever in the order
of De Trobriand. nor did any instruction
emanate from Washington concerning
the transler of the soldier to the police.
THK OATH OK OITICE.
Judge Carter this morning adminis
tered the oalli ot office to Secretary
Thompson at the executive mansion.
DAVIl' IARKW KM.
Justice Davis in a letter to lis asso
ciates on tho bench of the supreme court,
announcing the close ol his nfllcial la
bors, says : "In severing the relations
which have existed between us for fo
many years, 1 beg leave to bear my testi
mony to the eminent learning, ability
and inteerity which have characterized
your judic al labors. From the organi
zation ol the government the supreme
court has been composed of able and up
right Judges. In my judgment It Is now
as worthy of the confidence ot the Amer
ican people as it ever has been nt any pe
riod of its history." The remaiuing jus
tices unite in reply to Judge Davis and
express the hope that his life in the
luture may bens It has been In the past,
and that the ties of personal friendship
which now bind Jhem so closely to lilm
mfly never be brokeh.
, , no klixtiok. , .
it is said this evening In official circles
that tho president hat not Indicated his
wish for n new election in South Caro
lina nnd Louisiana. Colored delegations
have visited tho president aud generally
express to him their approval of his
r-AYING 1119 niitil'KCTS.
Kx-Secretary Fish called to pay his
respects to the Hon. Alexander 11.
Stephens to-day, and passed some time
In conversation with that gentleman
Mr. Stephens said he was glad that
President Hayes was shaping his policy
something after that ol General vrnsii-
inirton, by calling around him good and
true men without regard to their politi
cal or partisan antecedents, and pre
dicted a lasting benefit to the country if
the policy shall be carried out. Mr.
Stephens also said as to a policy for
Louisiana and South Carolina, as wen as
tho other Southern states, all that the
peoploof these states desire is to bo left
to govern themselves, as may seem best
to them, and all that Mr. Hayes can or
need to do is to sec that their govern-
nipnt are llenublican in form, and that
they obey the laws and keep the peace
Among the reports to-night is one lo
the effect that Peirrepout and Cushing
have been recalled from their respective
missions in England and Spain.
Secretary Schurz and Postmaster Gen
eral Key received a very largo number of
callers to-day. Among those who called
on Schurz were Senator Beck and Bogy
ex-Senators Logan and Cragln and Sena-
sourf people, headed by ex-'Jongrcssinan
The postmaster general was visited by
sundry delegations from Virginia and
elsewhere urging tho claims of appll
cants for postofikes. He announced to
them as his policy not to interfere with
any office where the service is well
A . f . a.
Auuiiiry-uim-rai wevens to-day pre
sented to the supreme court his coininls
sion to office and was qualified.
Prorodlnif iu tin- Nt-unle.
Washington, -March 13. Senator An
volume containing the proceedings ol the
electoral cotnuiihion or the two boueeg
of congress in regard to oountinir the
electoral vofp. nr.h.r,.,! nri,..l . i.
. -- , ..Hvivuiiuiiiu 4 ten uaj
ago, be prepared lor rmblicatleu under
the direction of the committee on orint-
injr, and that two hundred copies be lur-
nisiied to the justices of the supreme
court, who were members ot the electo
ral commission, lieferred.
ocn.tior juorion suhmitted an ordt-r
A' . a. W t
that the telegraphic dispatches referred
to iu the letter ot Wm. Orton. president
or tne western L nlou Telegraph Com
puny, received Katurdaylast.be depog-
ited ill the office of thn .tortn .
senate, to be ty him delivered to Orton
--kW V 11JU
upon bis giylng a receipt lor tie sudic.
:enator Mitchell aked that tho or.irr
lay over uuul to-morrow. Ordered.
Ilecess was taken for an bour.
Upon re-assembling, a message was r-
celved from the president, and an execu
tive session was held.
iien tne uoors were re-oreiied
jjeuate adjourned until to-morrow.
Th Ait af Ike Knrth
Sir W. Thompson has concluded, from
tTerr-nt ltnoa rtf nvi..rr... . 1. n . .. . - .
UtULlLIlL A1I1ITH III
; ""- wu uge
v"' " uoaJ 0001 enougti lor
habitation, cannot be greater than 100,.
year, frof. Tatt,
on the "Itecent I
Advance In rbVSical Sehmn." . A
w a soraewiiat uiflerent conclusion,
and puts the limit ot the world's
age at 10,000,000 years. When doctors
uisaffree wuo shall decide ? As for other
worlds than ours, some of them are said
to be so lar away that the lijjht from
them bas not yet reached our planet. V
writer In the Quarterly Iteview says that
"ivn.v)iv unm renuerea visible stars
so amazingly remote that libt leapluir
ovcrlS5,000 miles In a single second would
take 500.000 years to travel ironi them to
the earth." Astronomers and geologists
Lave a way of tossing millions of years
about as if they were more grains on the
eands of time. It makes the few score
of years allotted to man appear amaz
mi-Y l'K ANU IIKroltK TIIK ITBLM.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
t'EI.KIiR ATK t
. , run um cruit of
Hepititis vr l iver Complaint,
l-Y'il'fcl'itA AV1 M' K lltAt'A Hit 1 ' -
Symptoms cd' ;i Distascd Ijvcr.
1)AIN in the ri-;ht fciile, under tl?
edge of the1 1 ibs. ini.reaiesoii ihts
Mire ; sonutinics the ain is in the left
side; the pat nut is rarely aMe to lie
on the left side ; mmi.i tinus the pain
h felt under the rlieulder-Made, and
it fieqnenily extendi to the top of
the Uiuuklor, and is i.oim-limes mis
talen ft.r a iliruivatisni in the arm.
'1 lie btovnath is ;:fi' led with loss of
fli-ctite and f-ii l r.e s; the bowels in
general are rw live, M.inetimes alter
r.alive with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, a c om :;ni'd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the bat.k part.
Tin re isgentra-ly -u uividerable lora
of m moi .aeroiDi aniedwilhapain
ful sensation of having left undone
something wlii h ought to have beep
done. A -Jiglit. dry rough is some
times an attendant, j The patient
totviplains of weariness and debility ;
be is easily stai lied, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
Mi'iklv sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low j nnd although he is
satisfied that cxertiscwould be lcnc.
fieial td' him," yet he can scarcely
uuumon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination, of the body,
alter death, lmu shown the livf.r to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. Ms'Lakis Liver 1'ii.ls,
in CAi:s oi At tn and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic ran le used, preparatory
to, or aficr taking Quinine. We
would advko idl who pre afflicted
with this disease to give them A
l'AlR TRIAL. '
For all r.ilioti? derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-t-f
WAVAUK or IMITATIOS8.
The genuine Dj. C. M'. Lane's
Liver I'it ls are never sugar coated.
Every box has a led wax seal on
thj lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLani-.'s L.i k Pjli s.
Tiio gcnuiiie MVLam's Liver
Pii t.s bear the !.igir.tures of C.
MVLANKaiid Fleming linos, on the
t?- Ini,t oa your druggist or
ttorekeeiHrr giving ou the genuine
Dk. C. a!. Lane's Livfr Piils, pre
pared bv rk-ii.ii.g ij'ros., PilUburgh,
Sold by all rcr,; actable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To lli..-e w'l'l.ii.k i. eive 1h. C. M'I.N"
Livkm l-llxft tiM. we will mkilciost baid to any
ati iiie tJi.t.d Snu, cue Ujk m Eili tut
L i l iii-.v ntir.-
BEAUTIFUL WROMO FREE
in onthly Journal and IIouecVeeix.r'.
Thirty-two Column filled with tho
Choicest Reading Hatter.
Devote! to Scientinc, InUlectual and Inst rue-
u.s uiuiiuuiioo. lasniuu. Lltl-rutlllv Art .t..
every family. Al80 conulnlnif i.leiilicl con-
urit a.nl Lunn. -
iiuircu biiu niiiin niorieM. Kkrr.iin
. v-uiiiiMiiiiin iuk iiifeui anl lu-
tertwting: matter, reiatinn particiUarly to tlie
uuiioaui uauiy me BU l (im Home c.ir. le with
KuuruBi una ior in o ect tlic mtir.v..i.nt r I
. i. . . . mJ n.1 . Jul,
mnraU a well u the health or ociety, itml m
urh cannot fall to I conaiilereil a valualile a.1-
juiuu locvery noiiaencui anil an ornament to
every home. Bright, cheeri'ul, eament aoil iro-
" -. . iiich'icu wiii iniri miria.
tun morality and all true reform. Whatever i
S .5 WSK' ZlSSZST
power tor (rood. lluniWndy printed, protuae-
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yon all ahout Uiese diaemiea who ahould marry
why not lu otiU to pay poatafe, lr- J nut
haa :m rooni and narlnr. You eo one Iwt
r Uie mllltiin. fllarrinira i.UKie. wiik u teiin
thctloctor OiUcehonrn, a.m. to Tp.nt. lln
days, lu to li. All buiutte tlrietly cmflilen
KntaU of Chnrltai HM,ker tlieiml.
The lin'liTHiL'm-d. havinii been ainointel ad
minihtrator of the eautte of Charles lw:ktT, late
nt' tlm rouiitv of Alexaudrr and slate of llli-
noU. dttcuuKi-d. her4iy ifivea notice that he will
timar lu ture the cniuty court of Alexande
C4unty i ai ine iin iiouhc in irw at lite Airi
term, on the third Monday in April nex'. a
whii'h time all ron having rl amis,. "jy.
i" nmm unrruini to shhi estate are rt'itiete
t. . i ... . . I . f "yioeui io toe unj rMjrnc
Datetl tibt i.'d duy of February, A. It. 177
tiKORGt IiAll VKH,
No 80 Ohio Levee,
To Ihft M'orklnir f'luaa ra
pn i.areil to furnlHh all rliua u in. ........... ....
plo) metit at buuie, the whole or the lime, or lor
their spare momunta. Ihmlm- a new. livid and
proutaine. r.rsona of eitht r sex easily tarn
irom .V) cents to $5 ir evenlnjr. and a pn.por
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
busineas. Jioy s and irirls earn nearly as mut h
as inen. That all Who see thia notice inar im.J
lheira.l!re,Biid tet tlj business we make thia
tinparailele. oOer: To aut h as are not well satia
lied we will send one tloll.tr to irny f,Jr the
trouble of writing. Full partirular.H, smaples
worm several tl.dlars to comment work on
and a copy ol Home and iride, one r.( tt
largest and lt illiihtrate.1 ttuljlieatioua, all aent
re bv mail, .lit-jli r. n i-.,u . .
n..il.ut.l ,.,.1, i7-".-tti,
ARE PAID "Z
oiauiilea iii line ol duty, if by
a r. c i 1 e n t or otherwise. A
WOUX ft of any kind, Ihs
loss of a l inger or Ton, or
the lo of an SCy, a ML' IN
Tl'KK, if bat luiht,give a
petiiioii. Disease of Lung-
cr uricoNo Velna give a
iliicharired lor wound, injuries
or luptiire, you get full boun
ty, if r Send U stamps for
copy of 1'eusion and Bounty
.in. Atblresi all letters to
U. ii. ( Una Arciu, indlanap
olii, Ind. -0 all Utter
nurk V. O. iiox 04. 'Ml
fail (it; C:xi::tlil College
tot. ijouis, Mo.
TH0S. A. RICE. A. M. L. L B
J AS. BICE, a. H
J, H. HUB WOOD, '
FULL LIFE SCHOLAKSHIP $81 00
MOST Couinlete. J'aoKtuifh
course of Htinly in the V
course lutimpeuniuie to every young man eni-
vw. .a im mm v lilt,.
A. U1CK, A. Af .
Popular illustra ted bookf 260 oatzesloi
MamioouI Womanhood i Markiagbi
Impediments to Marriage the caubo
ml cure, bent trcurelj neaUa, pokt
paid for ko cents. bvI)H. C. Wiiittirr.
617 St- Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
lie great t-peciuiiot. Kcad iu works.
Reccommcnded by GENERAL PLEAS ANTON
Kor the Hire of a laro rlunt of OISKASKM. AIho nsod lor Stimulating rettiou.
We have in stock a rool mpi-lv, anl rn furnlnh IlKhta to any oi flrcd dl
niennioiiK, and at iirii-m Mint will not juMlly thOBe iu want In
M-ndiiiK to other market.
The Perfcotion of Light
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWAl:lK.I TIIK-
Ky the Jtiroro and CoiiniiifNtoner of loo
Contonnial Intornaticnal Sxliibition.
A the lici-t lHnuiiuktiii(; Oil, lor iti extraordinary nn-ilti of rxlf ty iu..l liriili in y
KLA1NK wiui also awarJcil a tiuld Mulal at the I'itUliUrgh dtlun t tn-l v. :i-
mloj.tcd, after a thorough n-iriitilto ami irN
t.'NIini) STATKS OOVEU.SMh'Sr
And rect ived a bili i'iunueni:ttion from
tor, 'W'aihiiiKton, I). C.
Iniiiiranrc Comtiatiita ruto I.LA1NK the fun.v : a iat iili.
Kt.AINK la tifctl on muny oMIk-llailroads, ftret t t'arj atnl Hotel t,l the country
and inaiiKtirated Hiiprrior to any ctlit r oil in tho market.
Can be used In any lamo.
OKDLTvS KROM TI1K TKAKL SOLKIIKO.
FIRE ! FIRE .' FIRE !
FUTn vo0!?' ts Saps Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from tho lato Are by
, Will bo sold within next tho Thirty, Days at a
One Come all
O, D WILLIAlklSON.
; An Utiultr ia
If. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
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Irum lii u. tu . aH trull!.
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rotwtriiip, Muriai.' Hi
na Ki .t-lntoo. or
attkhiJ nt ni -i.w "twitcur.
ur. aud um. THat.an alt ,ui .,S2Tom U1S;
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imI Mot,.Jili,a Kabil afl..i..iM, .. a
U ui MsMtaj i.m i-rlii:iiljr- fir a"-..!-
I Iff E
- ticul li ft, by the
I.KiUr.lIOi;.-.K L'Kl'Ali'l A11CN r.
the Hoard cf Tutted Slate Steaiuloul I ft-j.t -
to 61 OHIO trvtht
n a ii r i a nun. v -v r
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br truly I
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t.uy tru, M.rn,,
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