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Spring1 and Summer
- ' t 1 . !
We have just opened an
entirely new stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, pur
chased early, at low prices.
Oar stock of
Is very Urge, and nil bought be Curs the
Are from (lie best sunken in the United
States (so-oulled) and if you went a shoe
to lit a southern lady right, call on us.
Our Stock of
IRISH UffiS, WHITE GOODS,
Hiiices, 12 tc.,'
Are very Pretty.
Brussels ami Ingram
Are l'rotij, Good, and Cheap
Spun Cotton and Heavy
Art Train the best Factory in Tennessee.
Iu a word, sur stikt is complete, and will
bo kit s by cwiltuW atkllliuas.
As U prices, J. M. RICE, the purchaser of
(hem) goods, uml the regulator of prices
this house, bits never been undersold ;
and does not intend to be. They w
bought exclusively for
And being sold for tho same, we uie itble to
uU them at
Retail or Wholesale,
As low us they cau bu bought iu Louisville
J. IYX. RICE
Tenders his llinnki to his old friends for the
liberal kiIi onupi- extended to hiui iu furnier
diivs, and will be pleased Is sc tlvli all
aaiu very cuou.
M. BRQADDUS & Cfl.i,i:a:
M irch L'O, ltoj.
From our Spoelal New York Correspondent.
MPEAtHED ASD DEPOSED
But this startling news does not rreatehair
the excitement which is inude over the well
selected stock of
Spi'ing and Summer
now being received at the boose of Courts &
We are selling at such low figures it is
Perfectly Astonishing 1
The truth of the assertion we will leave to
the people to decide. Our stock was bought
lor ensu at the lowest
in Now York and Boston, since the very re
cent henry decline. As we nay cash for
Goods, wo sell for cash exclusively.
No Tickets Made.
A new and desirable assortment of Spring
Silks, Lustres, in new and
beautiful designs, Plain
and Fancy Poplins,
Stock of whito
Gloves, fte. is very
Large and low i Prices.
Linens, in JUirtlnf-, Shout
ings, TabU Liatmu,
Towel, &). '
We hare made
make our stock of
extraordinary sj'otl to
TWZKPS, JAXVS, COTTOXADSS,
L1SKN DRILLS, Jr., Jr.,
For men und boys wear, suswrior to
heretofore brought to this market, iu rcjfu
to quality and low prices.
Our slock of
llootx nnd SIiooh
U very superior to anything In the market
We can til any one troiu an miaul to a tu lit
e nave a splendid slot k ot
hieh are selling cxticiuely low, cay from
f in t ro.
We have polite and attentive siilesninn.
who are nl a ays ready and willing to wuit
iton our frieudii aud customers.
(live us a cull aud make your purchase!
while the s'.otk is couiplete.
No. 10, Frankliu Street,
J S. lismcu.
'I IUIM.lt MaNS,
Ajl.l .1, 1!" -lf.
At Washington I
OHNSON VICTORIOUS !
The Effect Felt in
, I : : s 1 5 : ' r f
HELMS. & JOHNSON
...... . ') i.
Nothwithslanding the political slate of
the country, we aro receiving aud opening
the largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we have ever brought to this market Our
stock will, in a very short time, be full and
complete, and consist In part of the follow.
ug articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
Fopling, Alpnccas, Bo
rages, and all new
styles of Fancy l)re8s
Plain, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jncko
noU, Cambrics, Mull
and Nausook Muslins,
plain and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, Irish
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Table Linen, eto.
Wo havo a large lot of
BROWN AD BLEACHED Ml'SLIXS,
Bought Before the Rise;
10-4 and 11-4 Bloachcd
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and 6-4 Billow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide j Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of
the kind new; Linon Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Lace do.; Jackonct and
Swiss Edgings and Inner
tings; with many other ar
ticles in this lino too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
Wlatlow .lcs, tc.
will bo large aa4 varied.
cull apasjal atkwtisja ts our
Cloths and Gaesimeres
And in fuct everything that is usually sold
in a first cluss Wholesale House,
As Low as) any other Estat
lishmcnt in the South.
Coiar and examine, and If you are not
pleased we w ill Dot a.k yon to buy.
John 1. JlolmH
will remain In tew York fist, sometittfi ad
add to the stuck every week.
HELMS A J0USS0J.
March C, ISi'My
New Establishment !
H aviso bougtttout my nrtoTiiF.n,
U Walll, l would inform tho politic
tliut I will curry ou the buffi newt anlie some
old ataiKl, i r '
Cor. Strawberry Alley and lit Iron.
Ttollevlna my role la a Bakers nnd mv
fort, not thai of DonelNon but a Mrocera,
niv chief uriUe aud anibltlou will bonca-
forth be to
Bak ne Beat Bread!' .. n '.;') '
terp the Best Stock ot GrtterTci!
And sell them Cheaper than any
home In the City I
Thl honsn will continue, as hcratoforn.
to b the largest denier In Family Flour In
Clarksville. The choice hrande of this will
b always kept on hand aud priced a low
as at the mills. In
THE LIQUOR DEPA JS TMENT
w I can bent anybody t "
Ravine: on hand the oldest, boat, blor-
ami ami moat complete Mock, of Brandies,
Wlnn,WhlBkny. Hum. Gin, otc., to be round
any whera. Home of them were bought be
fore the war. ajid I have aome of the iden
tical boveraga that made King David, of
blemcd memory, eut such fnntiuitle capers
I w fore high Heaven and tho daughter of
. Ia the Bakery Department
promise to take tho shine off of every
finr cuueorn of tho kind in Clarksvllle,
nlliMr iitio.t.n i1 tin. irlfwl in I'lurlfuulllu
both in the superiority of mv liread and
Cnkea und thuir prompt delivery In the
iiKiiffii iyie or nn, ooin an ro eonuiilun
and LrHiiKiKrtiition. at the dooraof mvctiM-
uHiifra. i tiriiwanu v eotnuga can be sup-
fiiicu uu iuc sjiui tvsi. uuiiue.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICB PAID
IN CASH, POIt COUKTRY PRODUCE.
Breathes there a man with soul so dead
Who never to himself hnth said
Weill's t he best aud cheapest house In town?
If suoh there be, go mark him well.
1'or him no mlnstrol's raptures swell."
Clarksvllle, April 17, 1808.
UNDKHTAKK I JL !
rrtFPAirfin to Fi'nsrsH for.
ftnts, Woh1 t HeiUe llurlnl ra
mi and I'liHai'ls. at auy antl all 1Iiiiih any
whiin. in SliMilSk AiSa-V t'ollSlI V. or til MtiK'ttrj
to toU'Kriimaaiiy whf ial'itliu llimi.r lAa
iiilli'ou'l la-lwiH-u loiiajvllle Stud Mi iniiliis
or lluiikliibvlllc unci .Wl l. 1 iun fur
Hetallc ?gMlV-ilrcr mounted.
Mrtallr fuylsjl OaMa, "
noscwoof CtftlS. ' r
1 would nlo aild that I will irernt
eoltlutotlie friend of every panprr lilM
horn tu Moutgomery Couuty.
john r. tin m
Mny ?t, lHfiS-Sia
FLOYD ST. PLANING MILL
)iieaiiartt north of Main.)
J. RIXOM B HOW SI at .,
Miinnliirliirrniir MMr. Nank, III I Mils,
I rsiun, f oioinir. llrMrfcwIs, I'n. k.
iaar lloae. lwrtnar. nr., ami
R01GH AM) DKESSED Ll'MllKR,
bUINOl l, ANO lll'IUMNH MATK-
IU.l. Wr A l.L. RlJi".
AVIMI puivliloM'd Uw slnt reoa-ntly
on upled ! Sir John I aiu, .o. u M
i str..-i ln.iifctii Kirst aud Nation,! i.h
MhI ii i
Hi. ! Willi lila rlillro mkm'h, eoiiaiMlli of
iliH.m. mi-ii and hliiius, we win com nun
out I'liii.intf mill
I Jm .,. i,.,.
..in, lii eon lot-i ion Willi
li'iiil and fclU'f lhl ihitti. i
CARRIAGE, BUGGY AND WAGON REPOSITORY,
Franklin Street, CLARES VILLE, TENN. -
' ' ' ' 0 l ' i '
I would call ths attention of my friends and the public to my large stock of Bugfry,
Carriage and Wagoa work now on band, direct from the factories o( Busbey, Little k Co.
and E. Hayes k Co., Wheeling, Va, embracing all their various styles, from the finest
Phwton to a skeleton sulky, including their celebrated Sew Style Trlnee Alhert Fam
ily UllKEy which for comfort, ease and convenience, stand at the head of all Buggies,
and their Steel Tire Light work, for young men, fast driving, etc. I challenge the Buggy
world for Its superior.
In reference to workmanship, style, guarantee, etc, I will say that I have, during the
Inst sixteen years, sold in Southern Kentucky
una worn, uu 10 uieee wno nave oougnt and used tt, Including the livery men of Ibis
oily, I wonld refer you, being willing that the work shall answer for Itself. With this
understanding, If yoa or your friends should buy any of this work, and by mir usage it
fails to give satisfaction, yon will confer a special favor ou the manufacturers by calliug on
me and having it repaired by Baker k BroM of
KErunu iuua aoacr UHTIL YOU AB1 MTISNKU.
Prices as low as any fireglass work in any
, . ... Sole Agent for Southern
P S. I would caution mv friends and the
panics claiming to sell this work. The manufacturers have but one ageacy for Soutu
Kentucky and Middle Teanessee.
SENSTEIN & D 0RT011
ELDEU'S DLOCK. ,
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FIXE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PRICES!
ISEXSTEIN & DORTCII.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
Pianos, Organs, School and Mis
ceiiaueous uooks, Mauon
cry, HlitH't MuhIc, l'erl-
odkals, lolin and
Guitar Strings, etc., etc.,
(Sign of the Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE, - - TENN
We are agents for the jnstly celebrated
"VVKBKB" PIANOS, which are now ac
knowledged by all the First Musician
of New York and the Directors of Conser
vatories Of Music In New York and
Brooklyn to be the Best flanororles
nianufllftured.for their creat power, bril
liancy and purity of tone, elasticity of touchj
and great durability. We also call attention
to the I'UAUT KK UKU'S. riAMI wmcn
are manufactured expressly tor souiuern
markeU and will stand the cllmatr . They
need no praise as there are over ..Irteen
ThOHSand In nse. They are manufactured
by one of the largest bouses In flew lorn
and have all valuable improvement, Includ
ing tha agraffe. By special contract, we
ara enabled to sell them lower Unto many
other first class instruments.
All Pianos delivered at nnnuraetn-
rer'a Prices, ana uepi in Tune one
year without charge.
we reier an inose uesiruui oi anowing
whether we give satisfaction in our sules to
llev. J. B. West, Rev! A. D. Sears, Geo. W.
Hillman, Geo. H. Warfield and T. D. Scott.
We are agents for
J. E8TEY ACO.'S CELEBRATED TRE
which we sell at FACTORY PRICES.
We call the attention ol Country Mer
chants to our facilitiea in turnishliig tbcm
School Books Stationery.
J. F. COXOVER will promptly attend to
orders for Piano Tuuiug, aud guarantee sat
isfaction. We return thanks for the encouragement
received thus far, and hope to merit a cou-
tiuuance of the suine.
March 20, 1808-tf.
0110 VALLEY WIllTi: LEAD
LKVI6.M IMXiltKEIU CO., Prop's,
AVINfl JV8T (XIMPI.KTF.T) THK
erwetton of the laruest ami most com-
us lxmd Mrtorv 111 tin' w.li'rn oounlry.
we are prepared to nil oritur promptly for
pi'HK whitk lead, 1'utty, i oiors, my aim
In oil, Ac, ftc.al the lowest loan u nasi urHra'
ratos. l'lUlil (uriitxlied on Hppltmitlon.
J. 11. UOWK, A m ut.
Aug. 7, 'OiMlm.
IN OKHKHTii ACHANOrcOFIH'MNKKH
the untTliiet would evil, nHin very
ftivot'uhlo b'riii. llilr stock of luy Moods,
liiils, 1!huuiu! shot's, 'u iKW IIOW M'CU
pylllKOtioof the UmI hllKinrigi houses III the
cny which eun in rtiiniioMi ai rcuHoiiaiiitf
rutH. llatntdeoon Ih elft-fHril, delivery
uutl ioh-4nIoii kIv.-u on or U-iinii tho tlrut
iluy of ia-tolier n xl. I lue w InIiIiih ui cn
Kiwie ill Hie lry thio.U li-alt. would do well
to 'Mll Hlid Ml- Uh U Wt llllKht Im lltfllltHMl to
Hk'll ii poriiouof our aioik mid lelaln the
Aug. 14, '(SH-ivr.
VKUAMK (urTAOK AND n' A( IIV
f'f liiud situated hImiiiI one iiiIIk fl-om
I i.trkovilh', on tin. l'tnadlM Hill Itoad, and
sl)olniii( ll u pK-uut ri'Khh'iKW ol II. W.
.NM Ituv. Ttir 1iioim u .iturrly ut'W aud
cimIhIm. in rooiiisaiul a hull- kiu hi n and
wrviintu' r.ii In M'lxiiui,' l.oltdliiM. ThfC
Uitlooou the 1'liov itu 'aillnl euicrn, lieii
lioii.. aud kl.iM.-, itliollt lolly soph trot's ill
lull Imu'ing. said a uiuiilx r of Ihv Dm-st vn
rli'llfs of .-iti',iii,t, iy it ud plum lros aiileli
writ- I'l.int.tl ihlnsprlna
If not Mld I y ihi iiii,! ui Ht'ptemlM-rnvKl,
thu phtoM will sold itt pulilin mo llou on
the proimaes. J-. ir pm itenlais hiiU terms
apply to .1. IT. S IUHX.
or W. T. KIlArKKLFlUtl).
AnR. It, Da It.
print -J uu I f.T t-.'v St Cm JSAIt Ol I :
and this State, ovei three hundred jobs of
this city, at their expense, or permit me to
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee.
nuhlic auninst DedJlera and irresDoniible
JOBBERS ATJD DEALERS IK
I . . , .. . t ...
READY MADE CLQTH1HG!
Gens Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Va
lises and Umbrellas.
Franklin and Strawberry Streets,
TirR HAVE ADDED TO OUR CLOT1 1 1 NO
Merohant Tailoring Business,
and have secured tho service of Mr. G. A.
Stokm, who lina won for him self eoriHlilnr-
uorally, which together with the Hue
u nuiiiu-.tion as a t'iitur unu worKinnn
of every description, grada nnd extremely
low prloos, we liopo to merit a conttnunnce
of the patronage heretofore so liberally bo-
POLLOCK Sc CO.
April 17, 1808-tf.
We don't want to waste any words about
the wffnt or prrfrei anortmtm of our Stock
of Goods. The merest superficial glance of
our kind patrons, who favor us with a visit,
will sufliue to convince the most skeptical
that onr stock is the most Complete in this
section, containing everything ia the differ
ent brunches of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnish
In? Goods, Boots, Shoes,
That can possibly be asked for.
We have purchased direct from the vari
ous Manufacturers, for Cash, thereby
obtaining our Goods at Bottom figures.
This enables us to sell at the very Lowest
Uur experience during the past sixteen
years and the knowledge of the wants of
tbls market, encourage us to hope tor. and
solicit, your generous patronage.
We sell prints iron 10c. up ; crash mo. ;
Towels 20c. and up; Illeached and Urown
Cottons 'le. and up, and all other articles
in like proportion.
Thankiug you for tha kind patronage
heretofoi extended to us, we shall endeavor
by strict and prompt attention to merit a
coutiiiuuuco of the same.
March 30, 1868-tf.
BOOKS I BOOKS ! !
F. M. DOUGHERTY S
I would call the attention of tbs public gen
erally, to my slock of Books, tc,
just purchased, viz;
I will sell as low as anybody la tho Stile
Cash Paid Tor k w.n.
'. M. DOIGHEUTI.
Franklin Street. Opposite tbe Court
Nov. 29, ISOT-tf.
A Blinking Institution, Incorporated
by act or the Letrlslalare of
TenuesHce In Decem
Will be opened for buniuess on tha 1Mb of
January, IbuH, in the building West side of
the Public Sipiare, oua door North of the
First National Bank, Clarksville, Tenn.
This Riik will dual in Foreign and Do
unliu BiiU ot Eicaanjo, Uuld and Silver
Bullion, receive deposits, aud do a geuerul
B. O. K EES EE, President.
J. E. BaoAiiora, Cashier.
Jaa. 10, lsOK-ll
I wlh lo sell my Photograph Oallery
kith is in rscellent oondiilon. Terms easy.
W. II. ARMsSTHONU.
J.ill. IT, lf.'8-t'.
FRECH & ' COURTS,
BIgn "TENNESSEE IRON,"
.... . . Felloes,
, . Spokes,
FIELD SEEDS !
. . - At the
LOWEST CAS1I TRICES.
- Cwll mm ttcmwttiu nr aWawlr. -
May 8, 1808-tC
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL)
CLARKSVILLE, . TENN.
Having takes charge of this House and
refurnished it throughout with new furnl
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests in as
good style as any In theetat.
Attached to the House, Is fin
supplied with elegant tables and furniture
aud will be kept by an attentive and accom
' Thero is also adjoining the office of the
that cannot be surpassed In point of neat
ness by any institution of the kind in the
country, which will at all times be supplied
with the most choice Liquors, Wines and Be
which will be waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, is well fitted up with all
furniture appertaining to first cluss Barber
Prices will tie as low as any other house
or the same cIosb. A portion or too puulli
patronage is resjiecttully solicited.
CLAY ROBERTS, Proprietor.
Feb. 28, 'S8-tf.
DRUGS AND DYESTUFFS
S B. STEWART,
PUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE,
Drugs, Medicines, Cnemlenls, Toilet
and Fancy Articles, DyestiiiTs,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Win
dow Class, Putty, Brush
cs, Pure M ines and
Medicines warranted of tho best quality.
All will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
Special attention given to the compound
ing of Physicians' prescriptions.
S. B. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1808-ly
(Successor to J. F. Mehlhopc A Co.,)
. ' Clarksville, Tannesaee,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
IM ALL USDS or
Confcctionarkn, Foreign and Domtitk
Liquort, Winet, Fruit$ and Nutt.
navtns returned to uinrksvlile lor the pur.
pose or resuming my old occiitiation as Oro-
m . . . . -
ccr, I would solicit from the cltlsens and sur-
rou ml I n ir country a shure of putrnnace.
1 will keep a full assortment of eveiy arti
cle in my line, and am determined to sell at
the lowest CASH PRICES. Highest prices
I am also Agent for the sale of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey 1
u. A. Hum, Agent,
Jan. 20, 18C8-tf.
W. R. BRIXOUl'RST, JS,
O. O. BILL.
BRINGHURST & GO,,
(Successors to Bulley, Bringhuibl & Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers In
Virginia Tobacco, Havana CI
pars, clc, etc..
Corner Market and Franklin eti,
We keep constantly on hand a large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
w hich we are determined to Kit at the
LOWEST MACKLT PIUCK, .
and only ask our friends lo call aud cinmiue
llBI.NCnUKi-T k CO.
Viah lfCi ti
.to n iv Yotxrsro,
Manufantnror and Dcalor In
Bridles, Harnoss, Collars and Pat--
ent Bridle Bit.
.t the old stand of Jnmes Talt A Co., oppo-
sue ine court House,
T Wori.D RKSrKCTFUIXY CALL TItR
I attention of my friends and tli nni.iin
Ki'lu noly to my stoa-k of Mart !. Ils,r-
which in polnl. of nml. rlBl,
workiiiaiiithln and stylo. I ucknuwIeOiro ih
suM-rior, and which I am dctriuliHid to
sell as lowns tliesiimncliiss of work enn t
nouuiii in auy ntnrknt, 1 have almt tiouaht
the Itlalit fur Moiitaomury C'ouniy. andaiU'
prcuarud to furnish a
which enmhlneai the nrtnclnl nt all Pntom
t'tKTk lti'lim kikI oilier Hafely litis without
any eompllralfxl nrrunavmmU. His tha
only nvrlcft Hafety Hit ever InlrodiK-ed
It a-WfB such tin advantaarto tho driver.
ami he an comulotoly roulrols llm anluinl
thst II In luiMiwllle for ll to run awuy or
kick; It tin parts I he bmt potaible stvlo.and
la the lH t lilt for breakliiK or tra'lniiiK
honw. This hit will lie studied to tha hrl
dla necompauyliiR i-very art of ltuaxy or
CurrliiRe Hiirncsa sold by me. If dwdivd.
fall nnd examine the stork JIM tut
Will show you through.
iv-Nn-'iiiiiiy. juu.n XUUHU. .
June 6, '(DMlin .
FOX & SMITH,
Iron, Guns and Wagon Timbers,.
SIGN OF BIQ PADLOCK, , r
Keep on hand a full stock of
Carpenters' Tools, Coo ri T oIS,
Axes, Chains, Hoes, Collars, flames,
Locks, Hinges and Screws,
nam mors, Angurs, Chisels,
Saws, Coffee Mills, Cot
ton Cards, Grind
Spades, Forks and Mattocks
Iron and Steel.
WAGON AND BIGGY HUBS.
SPOKES AND FELLOES,
DOUBLE AND SIXtiLK Gl'XS,
PISTuLS, POWDKR, SHOT, LEAD AND
CAPS, POCKET KNIVES, (fine and com
mon), KNIVES AND FORKS, SPOONS,
and full lina of
All or which wt ara anxious to sell, and
will sell right
Sept. 27, 18G7.
W. M. TANDY,
; WnOI.ESALK AND RETAIL '
r o o ox !
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, formerly
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known as
the "House Stand," would respectfully in
form the trad that be will keep
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
WE call tha special attention of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make It
to their lutcrcst to give us a call before gotug
W will give special kttcntion to all oou-
sigtitnculs to our care.
TV. Jl. TAJfDI.
HAVING SECCREd""tHK SOLE AGEN
CY FOR THE SALE or
Tennessee Charcoal Iron,'
I am prepared to Gil orders for all tlae of
the above Iron, at manufacturer's prices. I
also have a large lot of their B Iron, whtsh
I will sell at Pittsburg Iron Prices la this
murket, which will be found superior to
Pillaburjr Iron in quality. Liberal discerns
will be given to dealers
W. M. TANDY.
Feb. 2, 18C7 tf.
ST. LOUS MUTIAL
Life Insurance Company.
IIAVIXO accepted tha Loral Agency ca
ttle above Company, I take this method w
informing my friends and acquaintances gen
erally that I will rive especial attention to
Lthe taking of risks and otherwise represent
ing the interests of the above well known
It is an undeniable fact that It is the duty
of every man to make soma
PK0VISI0X FOR HIS FAMILY
(and especially hlj "little ones"), in svtnt
of his death.
Fully convinced of the stability of tills
Company, and their liliernl and equitable
manlier of doing business, I cheerfully rec
ommend an investigation of Its d.Uereut
plans before insuring elsewhere.
J. L. YATES, Loral Agent.
Dr. Y. M FIX LEY, Examining Physi
cian. C. L. RIDDELL, On. Ag't for Kentucky
Qoarles k Rice, Attorneys at Law.
H. C. Merril, " " "
B. O. Keesce, Pies't Montgomery Savings
H. B. Seal.
W. P. Hum, Cashier First National Dank.
Helms k Johnson, Merchnuts.
Jan. 17, 1808-tf.
First National Bank,
OF CLARKSVILLE, IEKX.
Owned by indivlduiilsof this city and vlclaity
a. r. rasi'tioKT, eso. h. wianiLn,
oko. w. iiiLLMta, a. w. tuck!, ja.,
1. o. HoasuswuKa.
Issues no Notes of its own.
AVOIDS THAT RISK.
RFCI'IVKS DKI'OSITH, DKtl.8 M M
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