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No. 10 Tonth SLi-ool. Thornton's Building.
lHI DAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 12. 1SC9
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO
.t -4- l -vr.-g ----
ywf small snxs or cos an ess.
Mr. James l'nrlon Is Hhowlngup, In the
Atlantlo Monthly,' thu email ulna of tlio
present radical congress. Among other
Haifa dozen locks And a hundred
latch keys would, he nncrt, fully per
form tho duties of n multitude of door
keepers who nre now hired for unneces
iwry services. "But," says Mr. 1'arton,
"that would never do lu Wellington.
The pretext forbiugon the pay roll 'lk
the very thing wanted."
Theecdato liavlug sovuty member,
when all aro present, haa a hunrrist Mr
vault; and the houae, with two hundred
and fifty-three members when the-itaUi
aro fully represented, Iim a litmdfed'and
fifty "omcerrt." The secretary of the
aonatu la nuppoaed to need 'the aid of
twentyono clerks; and the "heating ap
paratus, uf the capital may bo of aucb a
complicated and tremendous nature, that
It in as much as fourteen men can do to
The three hundred senator and re
preventatives, who really read very few
book., imvo more librarians than the ten
or twelve thousand paying subscribers of
tho Merchatitilo Library of New York,
who have also au immense reading
room. Already hinco the radicals cuine Into
powi r, tho members of congre have,
by their votec, mlcd their own talary
from M.O-jOto Jo.OOO. The ehlof reason
adduced in fnvor of this law, whou It
wu.4 pamedwai something llku au ex
cuse. It wed that the expansion of the
currency, and tho iimltlludu of people
brought to Wahingt6n by the great
avAiifa nf tlio U'nr. im! i-mntK limronnoil
tho expemu of living Tho reaMn re
tX'ivcu ui uie umt! us owe weigut. jiui
uow, when wo arc approchlng speclo
payment.!, when prices of all count aro
declining, and the cost of living in Wash
ington is no longer increased by an un
munl concourse of visitors, Mr. Parton,
instead of advocating a return of the old
rate of salary, proprwes that the original
13,000 bo raded to at 1 cab 1 510,000, and
how much higher lie cares not.
His object lu thU is to to supply their
every want as to remove any necessity
for stealing In other words, he pro
posed to bribe thum Intj honesty by giv
ing them about as much as they would
likely have u chance to tteiW
I'pon this proposition the editor ofthe '
Ituflalo 'Courier' twhiwc views on many J
rfiibjict bear a lriktnj similarity to our
own sit v: I
"We have never learned that when a ;
c'ty or nation Is besieged, anything wite
gained by bubldir.)ug those who at
t.v kid It. Such h einffsaIon of weak
r. ss only leads to hliltlounI extortion,
ltcttcrnicel the enemy at the gate; or to
abstain from plundering the benefactor
ho has already robbed. The true remedy
Is lu tho Imtnls of thu pouplu tliemsolve.",
and is cheap eiiough. It couslnts lu
lir . Mir lfi. Ill if l.i r 111 urn flllMll V III t Mil PilKO 1
7, ., I. r " 1 barriers to the spread of fire, and as tho
.npuintuoo.ie l thlnkof wld . jj(at0 becomes more settled t- lnger
sr.rte. au .Jeetor,,lol;.pocl;ot ornwln d er but hwe no
into high perm..iieiit.ay, thut ho may .,.1BlIllol
adopting n higher political tone and j Alexander Dumm has rscelvod from
choosing lionet men us representatives , publHiora moro than J1,000,000 for
me inch, we already have. They iriust j j,e copy-rights of his ono thousand vol
bo the rule, r!ot the exccpMon. Hut Mr. Umes of novels, tales and memoirs. But
I'urtuu'a plan, fully curried out, would u,0 Kroat author Is to-day poorer than at
.Ink the people Just In proportion as it i ulc time when he commencod his bril
would pecuniarily exult olllelals, until we jjnut caruei ah a dramatist and an au
should have a bet of rich patrician ofllce- tnor
holders and u community of impoverish- I TV7 T ' . t.-..,
. , ii i i .. I a tluhorman of Mouterau, traucei
rd voters, who would look upon the , , V . , ,,, ' ,, Al
., i . i ii.. ,. ate y caught a fish within vhich was
sullrage as something to be only bought . a ,irttnlll orn.monted with thir-
arfd cold not as tho high responsibility
It really is."
A MKAN qVUlBLK.
The meanest thing developed since tho
election is tlio effort set on foot by the
Bprlnglleld 'Journal' to deprive certain
d-MUueratio members of the constitution
al convention of their Heats. H. Ij. llryau
and K. Y. Rice, two of the ablest gentle
men elected to that body aro the
numbers whom tho 'Journal' would ex-
if drcuH courls, undeVsectlon ai.
ele'5th, of the fitato constitution dl.,qual-
ilitd for the ofllco to which they aroelect
i 1. 1 utw ntlirr ofllce. except that of
circuit Judge Now it so liappcns that fair
minded, reasonable men will control the
convention, and most llkoly they, and
' . . . y
n t tho cdltur onthoSprlngiieHi 'Journal'
will pass upon tho qualifications of mem
Lira This bolnrr ko the will of the
ff.nlu will not bn ilnfnutcd bv the ex-
il mou of members, nolllier democrats
i,. r radicals, llimuah such (lulbbles s
ii if r.-.- d by theSprlngllold "Journal."
Ir.bbv luteiott U Lelnc dovelonod at
Ellington to Induce (he govornmout
I ; ..i Its inlluonee, If nothing more, to
t ,.iiel the Mexican government to glyu
i r, r ncn to the b-Hid- negotiated by 11
it, tut-country durlnu- tho war ngalii"!
Mnxlmlliun. With Ihl't objoi-t in view
p matt r will be brought to the attcu
t.f n of tho Mexican claims commission,
u'.d an attempt will bo mndo to inchuh
tuo 'mi dsiimong th i1 i 4f Amcri-
tiik im.tkii'ied jikoiiii;a-
WOKOKHIUI. A!1I MOST WONIIKKfUIi.
Tho mammoth "what is it," of Onon
daga county, was raised from his bed
last Friday, and taken to Syracuse. Tho
process waa'fc alowv and ' laborious one,
but it was gone through with without
any Injury to the frame 6f the mbnsUfj
The weight of it proved to be 2,W0
pounds. If tbe monster, is petrifaction,
he must have been au uncomfortable
customer for ordinary jnen to Beet In
iuglo combat. The giaut was photo
graphed in various poiltiona while being
raised; and the oporatlou was watched
carefully by several aoientlflo men. The
Byractwe 'Standard' has tbe following
eoneeraldg the rear view of tho Ameri
can Brobdlgnaglan :
It has been supposed that when the
Image was raised it would be fouud to
have pedestals on whloh to rest, or an
unfinished back surface. No bo. Tho
back is as complete In workmanship as
the front part of the figure. Not u de
pression is skinned. Tho left liund lies
flat on the hip, palm outward. Its
fingers are all there, though somewhat
coroded. The plttltig;hcretofore spoken nf
aloug up tlio left sldo extends under
neath somewhat, but not materially at
tin point of tho buck bone. Tho hip
shoulders and leg, where resting on the
clay are a trillu Hut, as If tho body had
been human and Its flesh had yielded to
natural pressure It was almost as great
. a wonder to view tho back of this Image
as its front. IU entiro conformity of
1 shape revived the petrification theory
biruiigi wiui a uumoer present.
Aretiewai of the rumor that specie
payments, says the Missouri 'Democrat
are to lo resumed in Jauuagraflected
the. cold room ou Haturday. Thero may
be something, behind ltr-Mr. JkwweU
has been tonhly ptJsWng frr that.',dla
Hon. aud all.the Mi-'lad4MtoV.tfct
the difficulty of rktl&,b yfi&kfll.
be comparatlvtljUght ta the) eottlsg
winter. Meanwhile tke Saptewe Oeurt
does not yet act upon tbe legal tender
question. r '
A good telescope, with a 3 inch apcr
ture, virtually brings the moou within
1,'jao mllre of the observer, or within one
two-hundredths of ita real distance.
Lord Rosse's telescope brings It within
forty-two roll's, so that objects 210 .feet I
nnr AretlUccrnab e. llaer Has eaiouia-
ted that an Instrument of ten tlmei tho
power of Rosse's would be required to
bring the moon, within a German mile,
at which distance the body of a man can
Tralrlo lire are raging in various local
ities in tho Southern part of Mlunusutu.
Tho.o dlhasters are now much less com
mouthan formerly, owing to the brook
ing up of the ground and tho erection of
of lire considering that the damage to
which they lay themselves liable Is so
ty precious stones diamonds, emerald,
rubles and sapphires the whole valued
by Tarls Jewelers at $300,000.
Yeager'd conncl bellove that a decis
ion will be delayed till Mississippi Is
reconstructed, when ho can bo turned
over to the States corn's. Thero does not
appear to -bo any disposition to press
matters from auy quarter, and It is not
uullkely that the case will be solved lu
loMturu to Impeach Gov. Geary,
, saying: If att'y Gou. Hrowater was the
man Geary preteiidH he was, grounds
forllmi.eucliinont lie In thejfuot he wusre-
tallied In oftieo. On tho contrary, If ho
, sacrificed to secure Geary' ro-electlon,
the aforesaid Governor Geary should be
. I I u .iMilllltAM
impeacncii ior unuery nun ni'"
The roads plain iu either direction.
Washington correspondent of
Vtho Now York 'Herald, cays that Gun.
arunt. in his nex, message, will reco
mend to congress a number of Import.
nnt subjects or logi-ianon.
liven In Now Hampshire, a itate In
which few nogrue live, the opldemlo
1 f nip0 ,y tho "man and brother," In
begin lug to prevail. A ease recently
nccurred In Murlow Jldotsuot trou-
the r idhal editors any. however
(Vn.rcss will h ive to decide nineteen
ri,t(s'ri eUoUoivnd w o no'
niiUVf.1 eUet.oin,nd wc do no' h- I-
tuto to pr did th nlnU f of I, n. tviU
bo dre'd.d lu f tv f H ' -wMr 1
Mobllg, ft new plansst of great force,
is coming to this country.
Jebpyjlind is to .appear in her bus-
bAnd'soratorfo of "Ituth."
Gllmore the Jubilee mau. is huutinir
singers ln-Kurepe1 for the boston market
Offenbach'e "Ii Princes Trebizonde"
is to be brought out la Paris this wiutor.
J. A. Ware, Solicitor of tho Sixth Au
dUer'e Bureau for the past live years has
beom remqved, , ,
'UfD. John A,,'DixJwJ!l probably auc
MXiv. JJtIel,JBut(rneld as Aasls
Uut TreMarer f New York.
'Gen; Robt. Toombs, of Goorgla, has
entirely recovered, from his lat. alarm
ing atekness, and bu appcarod In court
The robber of Geui Duller in Phil
adelphia, the other day, Is the best of
evidence that there is not always honor
Senator Sprague, who had opened the
negotiations to purchase tbo National
Intelligencer, has declined to buy that
Joe Jeffersou's favorite recreation, next
to fishing and hunting, Is humming'
plaintive sougs aud accompanying llltn
self on tho piano.
Mr. Albert Wober, of New York, offers
to be ono of a number who will give
twenty-flvo thousand dollars to erect a
concert room iu New York.
Carlotta Pnttl is about lu be murrlcd
to Itltter, tho plaulst "ono of Uie most
f . I fit . At t-t '
insiguiiicaiu looking men ever munuiuci
ured In any civilised country.''
Karl Derby's full narao and title were
Sir Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley, K.
G. P. C.t Baron Stauley, of Jllpkcrstalle,
and fourteenth Earl of JJerby.
L. V. Jerome .has offered Mis Middle
Morgan, reporter of thu cattlo market for
UtoKew York 'Tlmvs'.tiM.OOO to establish
a rfdlng-ichocl in New York city.
I.Urtt Is working on Saint Slaulshaub,
Le iiaptismo du Feu et do I'Eau, and a
eautata; iu honor of Beethoven, to be sung
in Weimer .on the hundredth birth-day
of that great master.
The Chicago 'Times' says Tere Hya-
ciuthe has beou ahrtlscrablcfallureln this
country, because he did not land iu ('..I-
cago.. ffJIa wilt return io Kurope," it
says, "a broken down man."
V. II. Asplnwull, August lielmout,
Marshall O. Roberts and Samuel Mod
gett, of New York city, will permit the
publio to rlslt their private picture gal
leries this winter.
Carlotta Pnttl has been very successful
so fur. Her style of hinging luck- the
wurmth of her sister Adelina's method.
Her tones are good, but the music of her
voice is frozeu; there is not a vestige of
passion iu It.
THE Fltl'ITS OF PltOTIXTIO.Y.
Our Inrtaitrlra LriKUlhlX
(From the Si Lout IHituV J
Protection, so-called, kills Industry.
Of six industries of this country iron-
mlnlnir. shln-bulldlnc. manufucturiug,
commerce, wool-growing, and the ocean
carrying trade, protection has hilled
three or mom out-rigui. Tlio sea is oare
of our ships, which once were almost as
numerous on it as tho gulls. Mlchlgau,
Ullnols.Nud Ohio wool-growers hnye been
compelled to slaughter the finest merino
sheep because protection has made their
neece valueless, anu tue cost oi leeuiug
them a dead loss to the producer. Other
'industries which protection Is doctoring
arelmost at their last gasp, utuer
industries which have depend on
the Importation of raw material, bo
oause it is not to be obtained iu
this country lu sufficient quantities to
mako manufacture profitable, have died
and are daily dying. All thee aro burnt
ollerlngrton the alter of protection. We
arc now told thut an organization move
me nt is on foot indeed already lu native
operation headed by some of the largest
irlon corporations In Pennsylvania and
other State, backed by the strongest and
best equipped lobby Influence ever
known In Washington, thu ooject of
which is todotiblo an l treble tho already
exorbitant duties on irmi aud steel.
Under present rates our cutlery Industry,
certain qualities of whoo edge touls
have been largely exported to all parts
of tho hitbltablo globe, liu- been reduced,
almost to the verge of suspension.
Double or treble those rates and it dies
Su It has come to pass- th it the geat
dream of Mr. Clay has become the ful
filled prophecy ' uvil It xm the
dream, tho objoot of his Hf . to fuu- the
Government t" foster tnd guanl mid
encourage homo manufactures. To thbj
Idea he devoted all lili lime and grvat
talents, yet his idea was not the one
now practiced by tin Go . rt.iuv i.t He
was not the man to tie tho U inds and
feet of labor and tlni... i l. Io!-h and
seornod beneath tho feet of if bint mono
p. lies. Kot he,' Indeed The luoiu.po-
list in whose Iianus the i
is but, the bridle with
the Guvoinii'etit, lil :
hore, Into the patlu-t'
terests, would have h-ur
lets and bitter adversuiv.
tioii be meant was ot:! ,
nover hnvo boon put I
practli.'. It U Impossl! '
nrotectlvo tariil's p-t
ti iiuu turiit
b they guldo
u il ijiKKon
' uH tiielr lu-
nu a four- .
'i'ue proteo- I
i.. 1 -it could
' HUCC'.-ful '
-K, high '
. ial U
' frillies of 1
beiieilclal to tlio nris 't
i falt ueiuli
a polsbued dagger bent.
wb cm t rtalu Itm iHir.
, 1 to
Hueh i th
s r to
i m; w. aTlTbTIO N AIi CONTENTION.
We believo the following is j. correct
list of the members elect to the .Illinois
Constitutional Convention. An we class
them, there are 43 democrats and 42 re
publicans. In this classification, we put
Mr. Underwood, of the sixteenth district,
aud Mr. Haines, of theHfty-third district,
among the republicans, whereas both
were elected, against the regular repub
lican nomlneos, by dewoeratlc votee;
aud wo nut Mr. Goodell, or the forty
second district, among the democrats,
tarllt t.O.A.,AV M m n n 1 n I a .1 1. aa luHllkll
can votes, atralnst thoregulardemoorati
uomiuec. This convention is about as
evenly divided, politically, as it could be.
but the independent republicans will
generally act with the democrats on ill
essential questions; indeed, it may be
fairly said that tho democrats have tho
convention, numerically, as their metal
is certainly tho heavier, Intellectually:
Dist. Counties. Republican. Democrat.
W J Allen.
O W Hrown. ,
O W Jlowraan.
J M yimep.
V IJ Anderson.
J M Washburn
H P Uuxton
J II WlUon
P. P Harms
J C Allan
J P Itobinon
,B1 Henry .
C E M'DodcH
4 Lanronce, 1
G Jack, un, 1
8 Monroe, "
1 1 Kdwurds,
13 St Clair
W H Snyder
C Springer H W Hilling
17 Clark. 1
1 Slielhy. -
15 Christian, 1
20 Txgnn, M Hay
Siingiiiiioii. SC Park
' Sicutt, ;
20 Menard, 1
Y. V Illcc
.1 W Hunlini
P. A King
.1 W Kngllih
V It Archer
O II Wright
II .1 Atklue
O C Skinner
O H Drowning
33 M Donougli W II Nccilo
J C Fox
A M Craig
I W Ko
8 P Cuuimiogt
1 II W
II W WelU
1 31 A Fuller
37 Taawell ...
-J II Mcrrlam ,
J L Tinclier
II T llromwoll
41 KnnkaUu..W A Pattor.on
42 Iroouin 1 A C Ooodoll
Ford W Ooodhuo
1 3 Will 1 W P Fierce
4 1 La Salle J Hart
Livingeten jN J Pilhlury
Ij Hureun 1 K Vii..
1, l) w lilting
J U Jiayno
47 Uick IIand;C uTracsdule,;
a i,iteaiuv,;..iia3 -itevoy
co-he fc- v
50 Olf ....-Jos Parkor-
fit- IK-Kjlb J SHtUlrrd
Iloutie ; W Sedgwick
M-Kune "itCWboaton .1 "
J.I--Lake tK M Hiiinei
64 Mellenry L S Church
6N Viiiiiebngo..H (1 Uro
50 Stephentuu T J Turner
157 Jo Davis 1 Ciry
I) C Wagner
L f Jew Med
J J C Haiti
61 Lck JK Anthony
l ') Independent Diiuiocratii.
niKleivod Citizon Ticket.
Ureely had nit Itch for for ofllco, find
I . . . .. i 1 . .. . 1 S.a
now lie nafi uecuscraieii'.ii.--.
of hifnitoir hv ut Ulnar
JOItTdAGE BA IJ.r'
WhertM, Clurlce Thrupp. n.J Harriet M Thrunii, ,
hliwir0,llhrr Mlemdrleiie, J(. the th.rleenih '
"7 f Prl. A. 1. n.f trcorile.1 In the Hecord
;t OBIco of A exniler county, lliinol. Uld comer
o thil nndnriiniNl, Carf.llni Hill, Ifio following
deorlbd reel enuto, iltuato Id the clljr of Clro. la
t!lrIiii 7riA,iMi:l.n;i?'"'l,,lI.S,?,e f Illinois, to nllr
Lot numbered C 2lit (.. In Unfit t...i..
two a, m UM name' appsn nd l known and
ra hntulrtd' and alKhly-iajeu Uotlara and flrty
eentr, dctad April 13, lib, and payable six monthi
' oaia neror, with ten per cent, tnteraat
from dal until paid. And whrrcaa, default haa teea
made la the payment of.aald note. 1, Ui under
tgfieJ, to whom aa.d fle morteifn was made, tf
.tt0' of,n ,'nnl and proelalnaa of tha limn
!,U'. n ?ut'lJ d7 ,of Norember, A 1 15, at
10 oetok, a m of that tiar, undrrand by lrtue of
the pjjwer ef tl conlaiaed in aald aate morliafo,
ielt at public auction, to the hlRheit bldJer, for caah,
at tho front door of the. Court Houae, In aaldcltyof
Cairo, la tbe county of Alexander, and atate of 11
llnola, the prenimet In ,ald ialo inorteaue described,
to.wlf lot numbered ef(ht (I), In block numbered
twenty.tiro (22), n ttia city of Cairo, llllnoia, with
theappiirienance-.toaallafy the purpoaei and coodi
tiona of aald tale inorlKKe.
Cairo, Illinois, Noeml.irl2, 18c0-
Allen, Wohti i Dutltr, Atlorneya for Mortgage.
hot IS did
TM partnership xlwen the unjmlgned la thla
day rilMolred by mutual couiont, Wm. K. 1'lkhar
Ilns if ln-t and dllt lh firm altl l-n ..HUrl k.
Wm. Henry, Jr.
Cairo, III., No. I, tVJ.
W. y. PIT(!HKU.
Thankful to tlirfrlroda fur thulr llhrral r,lrnn
hereloforo bestowed, wnulJ dxolre a eontinoanc te
my former partner. w. K. I'llcher.
RECEIVE R'd .SALE OF STEAMER
Ily rlrtue nf a derro of lha VAiiilerburah rircuk
Court, In a tuie wlirreni Chart II. ( raxford. Jr.,
lb .Win. ill. an i lit t.m It. Holm li ilcfvndant. I will.
en the JM diy of NottihW neit, between the
nimra oi uin o ciok a. in, anu two o riocK p m , at
tlit. KiAn.iillo wharf, Ml at public anrtion the
learner LuUIk. her t.vkle, appircl and fnmitura.
Terras & follow.. (nr. third cah. ono-thlrd In ilitt
daya, one-third in ninety dayi, with Inter. t added;
the i-urxhamr mvunnj the defxrrej payment, by
paper payaoio in Mini nerf, wun nnaouoirn en
doraeri. UKO. II. BTAKT, Itecelfer.
DOT 4 lw
S TIIK TIMK TO LAY IK
I)I.G POP. THE WIKTKH.
Valuable 333X3 published by
iiui, iiou;iito. ANI CO.,
Vet aala ky all l'.ookrlltr, and te be obtained at
the Publlthers by aeadlnga ro.o(U.e order,eheeV,
er money loth neoe-aare amount.
N. U. The PiiblUheM will to l free to any addreu
their lar(e catalofile of piiLlleatlent, fi-em which a
farther llirti, ran K n...ia
TIIK lillT.OVISATOIIK. Ily liana Chrlabau Ander
en. la one lolurar; crown Iro. I'rico la clotk,
"No book brinx bark Ihe eiti rmltiof Italy mete
dlttinetly an-1 TiTidly Utheeyenr Ihi-miod tbin Ihl
noicl of IIjh .iii..U puct't. i:terylhlii wh' -h aa
obarrrant IraTeller may hai4 noted n cbaruiftonallo
ef Italy, aud notflhi-r found, w.ll b dii-oiered
anew in th4eanlmalrd paireo "- lliilard Hia Monthi
A III8TOIIY OK M;V KNUI.AMi. Ily'Johu
Palfrey, 1. 1.. P. In 10 foiin:, - rowu If ). CloU,
'We bli.'e tliat Dr. I'idfri-y hi penetrated deeply
into tho npirit wf Am'-ri'tn lllilny, Hint liaa ttuii
cnon a certain !i.rm.,iu"U naiij to the antula of ILa
New KnRUmt father, tlio Muni of which hai Mad
thu nairatno of HiHr frlune, n u.ua!ty related by
tt'erarly nriler, and, -uiifu.nd,aivl lip'iUire,
New Yorl. Tribuii'.
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Kdillnn.r. ntii.u:ni nuC r n-t many other ioil
led edition, Kliii-li or .Mlienoan. lu It (olumet.
Kfci-h Tuiitme of oier 1200 ptij-e aold separately at
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WOIlKH lliu.hld Klitiou, .hi lolume., tld.O)
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author. 'In live volume. I'rw?
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TIIK WOOI, STul'.IlVi OK TIIK I'ltAllllK. K
in one volume. Pre e, I.M).
"The on uiriDC trcnutuenta of l enimure Cooper
are hi Word. While the love of eouniry contlnuet
to prevail, hia mem ry Mill etialia the lioitU of the
people, trill) latr.otloand .Iniencw lliroiijhoul.
they ahoLlJ ttnd a plao iu er.ry Anu-rn:an'a library.
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parity of .hoiiKht r.nd feeling which wou for iliia
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allorcrtha world dorniK her lifetime, will drew U.e
old nnni Imlk and attrai t many new onea l the.-
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r-aJ which tinea Ihe dlghteit notion of the eiteriiK
foaturoto' tbe uijderu llibylnn " PurtUud Pretn.
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volume, $.'.U. l'lneed tlon, l,7&.
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