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TBOS. D. BUCIE, Tubllskcr.
BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY WE SUCCEED.
TEKMS-I.SOa Irirli Admr
RICHMOND, HAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER (J, 1879.
rUBUSHtO EVERY .THURSDAY CVCNINQ
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TH03. b. BOGIE,
ol-roa xd ritormirm,
OrrtCIC-Sootk-Tr..t Carn.r of th. rnblie
S.uar., la WawlHia Tin, ShMiIIdi
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Bill Youujr, wlio was tripil for
the murder of Ills Sponctr family
at Kalioka, Clitrk comity, Mo.,
nml aequitteil, linnped br a
mob, lust, WiMlnenday week.
It would aceoi Hint all Europe
ia deteiiniuetl to Hood llila conn
irv ' willi gold. Let it. come.
When we gt-t all we want we will
cry, bold, enongli.
Sednlia Jfrmocrat iTUe Mar
lial Progrtu estimates tlie coin
cro of Saline county, the pres
ent season at 10,'2(Ht,tMK) bushels,
which m 20 rents pur bushel, will
Kanun Cifg Timrt : There are
now about two thousand earionil.
nf wheat aid-li'ackil in Kaunas
Cii.f waiting for removal East.
All the roads are taxed to t hoi r
In II cut c'lipacitv. ft is eneoii rag
ing to note Hint the (). It. & Q.
mid C. & It. I. will probably come
"bonniiiii;" into Kansas City
within ninety days.
"Now I want t serve notice
onhe Democratic party," an id
John Sherman ; "that the rrpnli
lican party lias resolved that ev
ery lawful voter in this country
Iiiih the right to vote) one honest
lull lot at any national election
ii nd no more." Then he went to
Ohio and helped to import negro
votes from Kentucky.
Lexington lute'Mgeucrr : Mr.
John 1 Cocn wns llireidiing at
"Win. T. Haven' Mat '1 hnis.lay
morning, when between live and
six o'clock, having aliirtcil up
ateara at funr o'clock, the boiler
of hia engine exploded, simiidiiiig
the cnginn mid engine wagon rI
niOMt entirely Tim thresher
was siiveil.'.tuit the when! slacks
I'ontuiiiing about seven liiiudred
bushels of wheat were destroyed
by Hie, The loss on the engine
will be about f:S(l. Mr. Corn
anya that he did not hare more
tliHji ten pound of strum, ami
that there wax ample water in
the boiler, nml he cannot explain
the ciiiiMU of the accident All
were at biciiMnxt when the ue
t ideiit occurred, and no one was
hurt. Mm, W. II. burnetii
nrr Flora Trisrtr and Mis Liz
zie Gainer, of Hi hiiuind, passed
through the city last Monday en
route to visit their ivUiivex, l);i
vid Groves and family, in Dover
township. While liere they were
n't Dr. Atkinson's. A bush
el ol corn in Missouri weighs
Just wlial it always did 50 lbs,
shelled ; 70 pounds, when weigh
with the cob.
Colnc!d?urr or I oiiacqnenre.
The Greenback candidate for
Governor in Ohio was Mr. Pialt
Mr. Piatt ia an old Republican.
.The Greenback candidate for
Governor in Massachusetts ia
Hen liutler. Hen, everybody
knows, in an old Republican.
Tho Greenliack candidate for
Governor in New York is Harris
Lewis. Mr. Lewis ia a life-long
The great Greenback leader in
Maine waa Solon Chase. Mr.
Chnse, was a life-long Republican.
Tho Greenback candidate for
Governor in Iowa waa Dau
Campbell. Of comae, lie too, is
Ia all this mere accident t Ia
it only coincidence. 1 How ia it
that every where the leaders of
the ii reen back cmuc arc Kcpuu
licaua and not Democrats f
Hen Butler, Wemh'!! Phillips,
Peter Cooper, Bam Oarv, Mosca
Field. Solon Chase, De La Mar
tyr, are the seven great national
apostles of Greeubackiaiii to day.
They are all old Republicans.
There ia not a Kindle solitary
Democrat of equal prominence
known to bo a Greeubacker. Ia
there ao meaning in t li it f Wath
Silent Men. Washington nev
er made a speech, li Die zenith
of hia lame he once attempted it,
failed, Hud gave it up confused
and abashed. In framing the
Constitution ot the United States,
the labor waa almost wholly per
formed in committee of the
whole, of which George Wash
ington waa chairman lie made
two speeches during the conven
tion, however, acknowledged the
master spirit, and historians
alii nn, had it not been for hi
peiaonul popularity, and the
thirty words of Ida tirst speech
pronouncing it the best that
could be united npon, the Con
atitulioti would hae been reject
ed by the people, Thomas Jeffer
son never maje. a speech. He
couldn't dolt. Napoleon, whose
executive ability is almost with
out a parallel, said that his dilll
culty wa in Uniting m-'ii of deeds
rather than words. When asked
how he maintained his intiiicucc
over auperiois in uge and ex
perience when commander in
chiel of an armv In Italy, he said,
by reserve. The greatness of
man is not measured by the
letiu'th of his apecchea and their
The Xext Klcrtoral College .
St. Pint IMIon.) fil.il..
There are a few doubting
Thomases among, the Deinec.rat
of this vicinity who seem to re
gard (be loss of Ohio by the
Democracy on Tuesday na fatal
to the prospects of (lint party
in (he presidential contest of
next year. Such men hare evi
dently paiil bat little attention
to the aspect of nfl.iirs aa pre
sented by th latest elections
held in the North and West. A
careful survey of the field shows
that tho Democrats are not as
liable to defeat as would appear
at Oral glance- tint stand more
than an even chance of success.
In the North the Democracy can
safely lay claim to the Statea of
Connecticut, Indiana, New Jer
sey and New York. There may
be some who will dispute I lie
possibility of carrying New York.
The presmt split in the Demo
cratic ranks may lose the State
for the Democrats at the election
next month. Hut a year hence
this dissension will be healed,
and t lie Democracy will present
a solid front. With a united
Democracy tho Slate is certain
to cnt the electoral vote for the
candidate of the party, wh ever
he luay be.
A look at the complexion of
the next electoral college pre
scuts tlie following as the proba
ble and almust positive status ol
that body after tho election of
DinmritA tic St.vtiW.
Klectotal Vole. -
New Jersey 9
New York 33
North Carolina 10
South Carolina 7
West Virginia 7
r RtHTBUcix Status.
New Hampshire !i
Rhode Island 4
In the above computation we
give the Republicans tlie States
of Illinois and California, which
may fail ly be considered doubt
ful, and granting them both
Orvgou and Wisconsin, it will be
seen (hat they cannot, by any
method of figuring, command
more than 100 electoral votes.
which ia nineteen less th ah a
majority. With a Candidate for
rice-presideut from Illinois-
such a man aa General J. M.
Palmer, for instance that State
could easily be carried by tlie
Demecrats, and in (hat event tlie
party couid afford the I ok a of
New York. Hut as we have said,
the existing breach in the party
in that State vwill, no doubt, be
healed before the presidential
election, and with a united Dem
ocracy the Empire state will be
Democratic (o the core.
Wo can a (lord to allow the Re
publican party to take Ohio, and
yet win the race In 1880. There
is margin enough to work upon,
provided no grave blunders are
committed. In fact, the result
i:i Ohio settles all discussions on
theflnnncial question, and clears
the way for a rousing Democra
tic ictory in 18HO.
Our gardeners and horticultur
ist are sufficiency annoyed witli
insect to read the following, in
which ft writer in a French hortt
tciiltural iouriiiil relates hia sug
gestive experience: After sun
set I place in the center of my
orchard nn old barrel, tho inside
ot which I have previously well
tarred. At (ho bottom of this
barrel I place a lighted lamp.
Insects of many kinds, attracted
by the ligh', make for the lamp
und while circling round it strike
against tlie side of the barrel,
where, meeting with the lur their
wings and legs become so clog
gcil thai they either slick fast or
fall helpless to the bottom.
The lli'xt lb llifhai.
The best reliuion is that which
will in nke a man ait down con
tent to nil corn Mend for sup
per, knowing ul the same time
i luit his neighbor ha fat chick
ens and no dog in his yard.
At the commencement at
Charlier Institute, Dr. 8.
Iremeiis Prime spoke to the
young men as follows :
I am invited to speak to yon
live minute, and only five, f Lit
tle may be said, and much may
be done in live minutes. In live
minutes you may Are a city,
scuttle a ship, or ruin a soul.
The error of a moment makes
the sorrow of a life. Oct that
thought well into your hearts,
and my work is done in a minute
instead of live.
Tempted lo sin, remember that
in tJve ml nirt es yon may destroy'
your good name, 111! your soul
with undying remorse, and bring,
with sorrow, your father's gray
hair to the grave, lint if you
can do so much evil, so you may
do a mighty sum of good in five
You may decide to live for use
fulness and honor. Everything
hnng on that choice, and it may
be made in five minutes.
Take care of the pence and the
pounds n ill take ol themselves ;
take care of the minutes and the
bonis are safe. I made a little
book iu this way, in the breakfast
room were pen, ink and paper ;
and if, when tho hour for break
fast came, all were not ready, I
wrote a few words or lines, as
time allowed. The book was
finished, and it had been publish
ed scarcely a week before I heard
it had saved a soul ; it lias saved
many since. It did not cost me
one minute that would have been
used for anything else.
Five minutes in (he morning,
and as many in the evening, will
make you tlie master of a uew
language in two or three years
Hel'ore yon nrn of middle age yon
may speak i.ll the modern ton
gues, if von will but improve the
spnre minutes of the years now
Minutes are more than jewels;
they are '"he stuff Hint life is
made of ;" they are diamond
stepping stones to wisdom, nne-fnlno-H
and wealth ; the ladder
It Kill not take five minnfes (o
do a good deed, iftid one a day
will make a life of honor mid use
fulness, with glory beyond.
Visit to a 1Mb Furfur).
A correspondent of Ihe Kern
ing l'ott thus describes a visjj. to
a pin lactoiy.
"Ti e pin machine is one of the
closest approaches that median
ica have made to the dexterity i f
Ihe human hand. A small ma
chine, about the height and size
iif a lady's ievin machine, only
stronger, stands be lore you. On
Ihe back side n light belt de
scends firm the long shaft at the
ceiling, that drievs nil the ma
chines, inngrd in a row on the
tloor. On the left sido ol our
machine bang- on a pes a small
reel ol wire, thai has been
straightened by running through
a compound system of bmall roll
Tina wire descends, and the
end of it enters the machine.
It pulls it in mid bites it off by
i iches, incessantly, one hundred
li nil forty bites to a minute.
Just us it seizes each bite, a lit
tle hammer, Willi a concave face
liita the end ol thu wire three
laps, and 'upset' it to a head,
while it grips it in a countersunk
hole between its tt-cth. With an
outward thrust of its tongue, it
then lays tlie pin side wise iu a
little groove across tho rim of a
small wheel that slowly revolvis
just under its nose. Hr the ex
tcrnal pressure of a stationary
hoop, these, pins roll in -their
places, as they are earned under
two series of small tiles, three in
each. The tiles grow finer to
wards the end of the series.
They lay at a slight inclination
on the poiuts of (lie pins, mid by
a seiiea of cams, levers and
spring, are made to play like
lightning. Thus the pins are
dropped in a little shower iuto a
"Twetitj-eight pounda-of plus
is a day's work lor one of these
little antomntour. Forty ma
chines on this tloor make live
'hundred nml sixty pounds of pins
daily. These are then polished
Two very intelligent machines
reject every crooked pins even
the slightest irregularity of form
Another automaton assorts half
a dozen lengths in us many diff
erent boxes all at once and uner
ringly, when a careless operator
tins mixed Ihe contents of boxes
from different machines. Lastly
a perfect genius of a machine
hangs the pin by tho head, in an
Inclined platform, through as
many 'slots' us there are pin in
a row on the papers.' These
clots converse into the exact
space, spanning the length of a
row. Under there runs the strip
of pin p..,; r. A hand-like part
of the machine catches one pin
fiom each of the slets us it fulls
mid 1,V one movement sticks
them through two corrugated
ridges in the paper, from which
I hey are (o be picked by taper
iiiiKcis in boudoir, ami nil sort
of li n in a n llugets in ull sorts of
A well known advertisement
says "throw phytio to the dogs."
Why should we do that. Tlie
dog lave too much sense to cat
WE COME AM) )0.'
I! von or f
To-tlny flimiM die.
The bird would lng a weet to
morrow i ;
The vernal Spring ' " '. '
Iter flowers would hrlur.
And few would ' think of us WUU sop-
"Yi'i, ho U dead," .
Woid'VtliRii be nlt !
The com would flj, the ji-jt jM
The entile tow, . 1
Aim iiiiuiK-l )to.
And few would heed u puM sway.
How soon we pnw I
How few, nlH I
liruieinlior tlioae who turn to mold 1
Whntti fsoes lade,
With Antiiiiiu't flimte.
Ik-neat li the nodded churchyard cold I
Yes, it I 0 !
We come, wu po
They hall our birth, they mourn us dead,
A dny or more I
The Winter oV-r,
Au other bike our phice bmtesd.
KAMIXJ THE IHBT.
They gathered la solemn council
The duet ot tlie hiiiclnld bind ;
They sit in the ihirkeiied chamber
A eoiichive proud und piund ;
They peer In ilie ciirtaiauil cnidhi
Ami cm h with one voice cxdiiiin.
A they point to the new Mind treat-
''The bulir mint have a name
They .tiring lorth t i to inline by dozens,
Willi iiiaiivan rtnxiuiu look ;
They scan ull the tales mid non-U.
'i'lu-y seal c-li tlirou,'li tiie good Old
Till the liiippy-vmeed yr.niur mother
Now urges her prior chilin,
(Yii-s oat In the foudcut seeeuts
"Ull xi vo hhu a pretty inline "
'His frpiudpn was Eheniner
Long buried suit gone., dear soul,"
y.iys the trembling voice ol grandma
At the (piirl loinlmp roll.
"Oil ! rail Idin Kngeiiv Augusta,"
Cries th.- youngest of the throng.
"Plain .Inliii," ta.ifc (be happy f.illier,
"la mi liouel mum- mill ttrong."
And Ihiw Is Ihe embryo stalesuc.n
li rhnps, or the soldier hold,
Kespeelbig hit latum title
belt utterly out III the rold I
Anrt yet, U run iattrfcMt tinier"-?;
To lilia who Is licedlest to tunic
Fur no iiuiiil- will honor Ihe im.rtal,
IT the niorlid di-bonort the imuie.
Di'iiulols la Council.
At I lit1 recent meeting of the
druggists and apothecaries of
the state at Scdalia among other
proceedings they adopted tlie
Itutolrnt, That il is our aim
and object in this convention to
elevate our profession, and, if
possible to separate ourselves
from former intclopers ami pre
Jittolved, Thut we ignoro and
absolutely condemn all attempts
ol any person whatsuver, under
the guise of a druggist, lo bring
teproacli unon our piolession.
llrtuittd. We do not desire or
intend to evude or knowingly vi
olate any statutory law enacted
by (he legislature of the state of
lietotrtd. We beleive the strin
genuy of the present drug laws
of Missouri is unnecessary, so
far as legitimate druggists are
concerned : Unit tt is detrimental
to. the commonwealth ol the state
ami impracticable in many cases
which necessarily come up lu dis
ftefolved, That this convention
present to Uovernor 1 helps
memorial requesting him, that if
he should call the Legislature
together prior lo tlie sitting of
tho General Assembly of the
State of Missouri, to embody iu
his proclamation, the considera
tion of a law, tending to elevate
our profession and protect us
against intrusion by designing
The treatment of George Wm,
Curtis, editor oillarptt'1 Week
ly, by the stalwarts, reminds us
ol tlie old negro and the rabbit.
"You are good to conk, you are
good to stew, yen are good to
fry," said (lie old darkey as long
as lie had the rabbit io hia pos
session, but when tlie little aui
mal hopped out of hi hands and
scampered awuy Uncle Toby
cried, "go on, you aie nothing
but dry meat anyhow." As long
as Geoge William capered nimbly
to the lascivious pleasing of stal
wart music, lie was vuiy good,
but when he flew (he (rack he
was "nothing but dry meat auy
how." St. Joseph (Jczrtte : A wagon
passed through St. Joseph yes
terday with the follow ii g writteu
oil the cover :
"In (.toil we trusted.
And In Knii.un we busted,"
That family was fast exodnst-
ing away from that much adver
Thev have a bund of nlcht
riders iu Kansas, called the
"Land Leaguers." Resistance
to lawful authority is the princi
ple their orguiii.aiioii is founded
upon. Hut they live iu loyul
Kansas, and shuukl be treated
W. V. MOSBY & SON.
- Itachruaid, Missouri.
R V G S
' MEDICINES & CHEMICALS.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Dve Stuff's,
Flu Soaps, Brushes, Sponges,
' ' Perfumery, Kancv and
Toilet Articles, &e.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
v UTIiJOOTnT BItATJZS .
' ETC. ETC. ETC.
Customers will dud our Stock com
ploto, comprising misny articles it it
impossible here to eniimcrntu, and
all sold st moderate) prices.
Carefully Compounded si all hours
RICHMOND, MO. .
GEO. I. WASSON, PROPRIEIOR.
T.neillUfl "ntl Unnl.ll r nil Kcat.j.lioa nl
bn.lne.s soiilli et of conn house.
iwMiiii. mrgu aim airy sun well-lurnl-n-ed.
Best intention given to traveling
lllhlll. Ilnml ai.1l, I., vj.n.n 4..M f V, ...
mereliil men. Tables supplied with Ihe
m-.il inn nmri siioriis, iimck to anU
Irom trains. Charges Moderate.
GEO N. McGKE,
REAL ESTATE AGENT t CO'lVEiANCER,
das a eom.l.t. Abstract of Title lo all Lanitt
. ia Kay county.
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING !
Opposite the Court Hmse9
If ycu witiit good MbTnr voir HairCnt.
r bd alesftut ttliftntpuo.UIVk, UUM. A CALL.
BARBER SHOP !
- AMOS HUDUINS,
1st Boor East lliip-lies ACo's Bank,
Ifrn wlll HUHT-DI.ASS SIIAVK. your
U IK CI, r. or a HUAlll'OO, (It. A son. a
'i Si II
POWLEE & EWIITG-'S
EALL & WINTER GOODS LOWER THAN EVER
Pleatte Head What lie
Iu thu lino we certainly have a Better Selected and Orrster Variety than any house in Ibis part of the country,
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Calicoes, Shirtings, Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, Etc.,
and in fact everything that comes under the head ol Dry UomU will be found st our storo st prices rery low.
I JET TO I T 1 1 1 O 3sTF5n
It would be Impossible for us to enumerate the artleles In this line, but rest assured we have them all at print
way below anything you can Imagine. Don't tall to eo us. We will lauke your visit pay you well.
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING.
Don't be atonlihed If we offer you better Bargiilua for Cash this Full than you have ever been able to obtain he
lm e. The Mines we are ottering 18 way above Hie ar.'rage and the prices Jnl right, (jive us a (all Again, by
way of iviiilnder, permit us to say thut we don't allow unv liousu in the eouiity to undersell us. lo.e Inlr,
honorable competition, and bid always ready to meet it half wuy, and, If possible, do Utile better.
Gents Eurnishing Goods.
Biioh as Ties, Collars. Cuff. Siispt-ielers, Shirts, Drawers Hnse. dlovet. and a thousand other th!ng we can't
mention your will Und In our New Full 8Uck at pr.oes llmteuu't beat, ( 'all and convince j oursell' of I his lact,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
You can't afford to oveilook our stock of Boots and Shoei this Fall. The prices an- too low, and the goods se.
cond to none in the country. "The bct is Cheapest", tbereforo do not be deceived by ( In ap, hhoddy goods,
An endless variety, Suitable for Men,
FOWLER & EWING,
RICES' GROCERY STORE.
D; RICE & SONS
' ItAilbWAllE STORE,
For Best Goods in the City
South Side Public Square.
33. TP' KEEL, The Cheap Grocer
Announces to hi Many Friends that ha has Just Openod a
.vj;ip .i.v jrc,:.f.vr
STOCK OF GROCERIES,
And proposes during tlie year ( 1S79. to sell lower than ever, In tact he dues
not propose lo uu exe'elleil in Low I'l-ii-es In this aniuket. All kinds ol
Country Piwlnee taken III ICxeliangn lor Oouila. Try lilui.
You cm Ibid hi in Hi st Door Wett ol Methodist Church.
DOZEN CHICKENS wnnled at once,
liny all your BUTTER AND ECCS
A. W. DONIPHAN, Twldent
II. C. OARNKRCttthlcr. fc "
fim:TOH: A. W. Ioni)hn, II. C. r
tirr, Wm. 1. Hrtsher, C T.laArner, II. P.
ftllc P. r. Kml-.h, K. II. Pinrh, J. T. Uaitt,
K J. Willlnmi, A. E. Key hum, J l Shot
Wl), T. II. WooUi.l, T. I). WoihImoh.
tsftufnl liinVlng lnuitirnsj tranitnctrtl .
t ollpctioBs) matU promptly ud at reft
Have To say About The
and Cap Department.
Voullis and Hoys, at prices lower than you have heard of for years.
Que door west of Ilnglies' & Co..
: : MISSOURI.
I. . lOUNU, sAMU MUUtlM
J. S. HUGHES & CO.,
Buy ftiifl ipII Rxohftnict, Unrcrnmonl, Staff
nd Con n) f lliml, etc. Cnlcetn tnttdv
tad DriiomiH riwirvti
Different Dejmrtmentn :
M IT I
J.VMKS W. OAKMlK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OVFII K In III. Hs.l rml of Stos. null-lls-f
Is I Vui I II. .114. ;nl. t;-CI-ki.,
FAF.F.iS & CCNr.O'.V,
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
RICHMOND. MO. ' '
VlTll.t. tinwllr. Inlhr .liellri.l r nrl r as
V t Kinii i nviill, suit m., id iu sll la-pal kMa.
Iim e,rfriMli lit. Mt.t. eat.. ivIUsiioa.
inn n t.uih xlit. of SqnsiT, ai l..nr to
lift.ticMAT Omits . . i;.ss-ioJ.
I. J.iiean... o. . sranss, n
Will prarllr In sll'lli. i',..rl.. of Hi. riflts
II1i-ImI t;i)TIIII. rn.lllltl .i,l wAIi.i.1,1
(H firm l sll lei.ln.-. Iniiu.lxl In lltrni.
Ilk'l-'irK I.'U aiMlra. IumI M.t nl lU.kuA
to'. Sank. "
JOHN H. DUNN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ormr-Wlih rs.rts Jt ilunmw, n.l mhI
iif Slonr HuiIiIImk. hi nunrt h..u,. ysnl. '
T. N. HVKLIX K, .
ATTORNEY -AT -LAV,
Will Nrscll.e in sll I lie oiirt of g...
I roiiiiit iiil.nl Ion siren C'lri-.tiniu
uniiK--nSlslr.. M.IM.I. S HufliM
r.a'. ll.uk, with IIukih-. Jt Hlijtii.s.
E, F. E3TEB,
Attorney - at - Law
Will stt.uil with illlllrfn,-. H i...,.i.u.
to sll liunliLN. Intrn. l.tl Ut hi. riri.
OKKIcit li lair, in coru.r builiUnu nnrlb
Of Hlww Hulls..
FRANK O. GIBSOX,
Attorney - at - Law,,
Will Mtl.Mrf .11 I i l. j . . .
,.. M.ii.r.. ,,ini.l.q CO .in.
Willi nsr. snl i-om)tn.s.
or IIJK-.Ks.l cikI ef .tons bullillnf I. th.
Oullrl U.,iim v.nl.
D. P. WIHTMEK,
Attorney - at - law,
Will Ul-Sntlc. lit IhnAnuiiil.. ..t ...
sourl. Lill.ollMmi.l ulh.r tiiuliKueoualt
nri--.li. rnniil sllenllnli.
Oft'lCB On UiiII.ii. Ulri sr.i .....
oiith or 8 vlim Uiik.
C. T. GARNER & JON, .
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SUOTWELL & BALL,
Attorneys - at - Law
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