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OFFICE: NoljLi3jUTontli Street. Thornton's Building.
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THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & GO
" 2!fl TARIFF.: i
Memorial)) are pouring Into Congress
from Michigan, WIbcoiihIii, and other
eatern Sttitea, asking for a reduction of
duties , on nil artloleirrvOuced in a trop
leal climate, and appealing that tho old
duty may for ho restored on Imported
cigars. In fuct them Is a genera
protest frorrrtlio Weirt against tlib'pcnd
Ini; turifl bill in all Its features.
u The nesuranco.cprubi tu us from
" 'Ingtoh tlltit tlid maveifient ' t'(
guuurui umuvfiy uuu iu msi ruueivvn u
poslll vo uliupiv The reconstruction com
mittee will report a hill, which It Is
i - . - - i . i i i i . .
thought will pass, transferrin); the great
'er;pbrt(o)i of( tliu pardorlliig power to
"tho United Hiatus District Courts. It
provides that every cltb.cn disfranchised
by the third section of tho fourteenth
amendment, except persons who iiayu
held commissions in the armv and navy
or havo bteh Members df Congress, shall
bo restored to all the rhrlita of
citizenship on applying by a petit
ion to such a court In any .State
or,TcrrItuxy in which ho had his honie
i r ithlri'og tho waj, ottlngortbvhht plllco
llVlioefor'feoid tiuder tho Utttud Jilates pri
or to April 1, 1801, which, by law, ro-
quired any oath to support the constltu
tlon, and also In what manner he hnds
o Blveii aid orusslHinncototliu rebellion,
or whother he had lield nny ofllce under
uStatoortho Confederate government
or either of them, during any part of
giving. a nmrtlcular
description of thd acta douo anil ofllces
or.placua held by hliu.iu that hebalfaud
that therein uud, (hereby he renounces,.
all alleglanco or fealty to any suppoicu
covernment hcretdforo fet upngafn'ft thp
United Statas wlfblu fhu,same, and that
( ho truly Intends hereafter to act and con
(lticthltnsolf as a true and loyul citizen,
and will bear true faUlinutl alleglanco to
the government; that he bos
not dono since June 1st, 1S05,
any net of hostility to tho
Uultod .Statos or committed any crimo
by violence against the laws thereof, or
againat the Uwk of any .Statu; and that'
he baa not endeavored alnco thntilmo
by forco or fraud to interfere with the
civil rlghtecf any cltlr.on, or to prevent
tho freedom of eloctlou or of speech;
that from that day tr has been u well-
disposed and good citizen; atid that he
prays UiatJila thihta bfl-Titorud-ia-hlm.
TUU ftttltloa.bJ to beawgrn to In open
court, and Is to fie publicly ndvortlsed
thirty days, at tho end of which jtlmo
any porsoa may appear, urjd oppose such
potltloh. But If there be no op'ponltlon,
tho Judgo can leauo a certitlcato to thV
petitioner, whereupon his dittalliUies
shall be removed. If there be sufficient
ovldonco ibowlng why tho certificate;
should not be granted, thoa tlie parti
tlouer In forever debarred from relief ex
cept by special act of Congress.
A "Red-Headed Man's Rail1' is to
shortly come od'at Bridgeport, Conn.
Nearly every mulo employed In the
coal mines nt Scranton, 1'a., Is dawn
with tho diphtheria. ,
Prof. Lee, of Paris, says that Aiaorlcnii
tobacco is the'frvest from narcotluo of any
raised." ' 1T "
Philadelphia has executed twenty-flvo
criminals since 1769 ono for mall rob
f1 ' beryi,,lw6lf6r?iirttcj,l and' tile reiilolnder
for murder. -
Ml "U'costHiMdh nt the'rato of hearty $1,
OOO per, hour to recejvo aiHl,eukrtulii tho
President' hi (he Jubilee in' June.
There is n child in "Wilmington, N. C,
5 years old, which la deaf and dumb, ami
blind, an Idiot and a cripple.
A tiumdcr of colored mop liiLpuIivlllo
hayo' formed, ah ussocWioh'oVbuUdluc
a Urst'Class steamboat, to ply on tho,
It Is now announced that ho Penbodj'1
' funeral, las'Jfu'qsclay, was ndt thd fluni
Interment. Tho romalus (If thero nro.
any) aro to'bo.romoved to tho now tomb
sonje Utuo hence. s .
A Uelawnro bridegroom was threst.cd
nndmado to sign thopledgohyhh nioth.r
r-lu-law, tho other day, for gottlng
drunk duriug tho houoymoon,
Two brotUorsrecouUymarrlocI Jwo sls
tors, In Chester, Del., ami now it) has
beeinasccrtalned thatithey: both hvo
wives nud ohildron livlug In tho City of
Brotherly Lovo. .
On tho'lMi'b'f Fobruary-tfo erBSnel
. tlon. of ilia Russian serfs will bo com
plete, ns from that dato they will be per
mitted to migrate from their conimuncH,
nnd sottlo in any part of tho Czar's do
Apapor in Augusta, Mo., reports tljati!
" at ontl of tho residences In tlmt city a
lady slta a"t aT pppi window oven during
tho coldestdays of wiilter. Thosuggepts,
that thero Is probably n young innn oyer
tho way. ' u
. v'liiepr''mmio of ' punishmont lately-,
adopted by a certain Poughkeepsleschool
teacher is that of compelling a studunt
to run around tho school housn four,
hundred times; whole dlstanoe, ilvo
CONailESS AND CUBA. i
- d'ei'egram'f'rd'm Wns'hYngtoli yCT(ofdi,'
say that thero was a warm discussion I In
tho Senate's fbro'lgh relations coramltioo
on tho resolutions before them !to
recognlzo (;ho belllfcer.ripjrlght.j'of' Cu
ba. But while thero appeared to uej a
much better feeling manifested toward
the question, the commk'teo did not sue
cecd In readmit: a vole. Mr. oumher
continued opposed to it, nnd Mr. Morton
llv advocnted It. Tho represoiita
bore' o thoinAujgeni rausVj'4vo
taken fresh hope from tho recent con
d tTeto'f the Bpnh (nrcls WwMds'A'mJrlcan s
in Cuba. They are enlisting more ym,
tmthy In ConKress. It Is hcllovod niiat
a resolution for recognition vbuld'pass
Tiio Erie Itallroad Company now trans-
porus uany over ineir roau (our jmonreu
car loads of coal, which is" du'Jlcd al
the Pennsylvania. .(Wl Oonipniiy's
yards, In Wcokawken, at $i 75 per. tyii.
Henry Burgh has Issued an appeal, to
the public against a bill before tho New
York Assembly, which, Ifpassed, wobld
eirij-ctually. extlugulih thd, Hoclety ,for
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals., ;
Ton dealers In counterfeit monoy wero
arrested In Plko county, 111., lout Tbiirtx.
day.ond Frjday, under tho, direction of
Col. Whlt'loof iW Vrilted Hlntes secret
service, and were taken to Hprlng(l(ld,
III. , "
V, duel v; as fought with swords In a
houso In New York, on Saturday niglrtri
between Francisco JJeporto, a CubjiM
who fdrm'erlv fou&ht a Snanlsh editor In
man. ijoiu werosenouaiy lmureu.
..Col. Thompson Morris nftho. United
States army, was buried fn 'Cincinnati,
Wednesday morning, from tit. laul's
Church, with mtlIlaryJionor He, hail
been In the wryico of his country since
1622, at which time ho graduated at West
It was reported In New York on Mon
day that all fraudulent drawback claims,
connected with tho alleged 'guilt of Sam-
uel F. Blatchford, had been returned
from Canada, where; they were sent to; be
ued us evidence against Richard B
Caldwell, and that they had been tiled In,
tho District Attorney's offlco., .Its prpb-4
ubiu.tuai moy win noon uousoa lor rram
1nirn Indlctmont for consplr&oy roqua
ngamsi isinicniofu rjy tnogranu jury.i
WlllUra Jonosf & driver- of wflgon
whfch tnkca tho rnsjlla frout'ihe Chtcigo
postjflicc lo tho Itockt Islaud depot, lias
tnni nrfMfni)' frtr 'rolihlHi htl mnlli' nf
over ari6'JufndrpI, thousand dollars! In
driiftd. .Tho. liault has been, for a lontr
time, In connection with accomplices; to
uriranTinn oai oi.ibo .wn.yfaircoi nnu
then cut opn the bagw nnd abstract largo
numbers of letters confining drafts
thurefrom. It In not known that ho has
over taken any money.
At a meeting of tho "Iilnuor dealers'
Association' fn St.' IxmW on Monday
night, resolutions were- adopted Instruct
ing their Exccutivo Coriimltteo to pellt-
oti Congress to chaugo the Internal.rev-
cuuo law so us tocplUat all tho Uxs,on
distilled spirits at tho distilleries, or dls-
ittllPiy wfrho,Uty, and, relievo -.distilled
epixfuoi mi mo prcsoui lorm oi.recuaprs
and wholesale .dealers' bUbjpm ami recti
fying tux, tax.ouijKAlcs, and every other
dealer In wines and llqnors; and other
classes' ofmorchnuts-.'"" " 1 T
Wm. Baynorj a wealthy farmer living
near Rushvillc. Porry' county, Ohio. hr
"rlVetntf St. l6U!., yesterday In pursuit of
his wlfewhprecopjlyelpped with Geo.
McPherson, ul'las Cal,IP,orter, and .car
ried oft tvcousiderable quantity of hnuso-
and ho and bis paraiwqird,QVibtleiisJ iavo
uono there, having- paused through St.
Jxuls'tomo daya sluco; Jtnvnor found
1tis goods in Kt. Lioufs, thoy having -boon
vtoppou uy axeiegrataaiKi.wiiJ prooamy
return nomo jouving iiib wiio louier iaie.
In tho proposed Congressional schcaio
to revolutionize Tennessee again In tlie
interest or,tha carpotuaggera, .aiu, scafa
wul'S. who'; forfour years ruled nnd hlnn-
dered her pooplo, tho Bltter-Enders haVe
ventured :xirtonHothorf.thMe-oxtra va
cant measures which aro prcclpatlug tho
dlsolutloii and downfall of tho Radical
party. Thero Ju no shadow of prettcct
for this infamous procoediiJK.-Buuoh Idss
Is thero a parttolo of authority &r U In
tho Constitution. It J.f not oonte wpbitcd
by any sot of men In reiiueiseoiiUntlo.
privo per ot,n .repuuiicay.iprmpr COyeni
mont. To eecu'ro SUCh'uoVirumeuf.'Ii in
truth ttieoujuct.oi uio uousorvauve pa
tv. For rour years minor iiamca .num
lstratlou 80.000 nt her whlte tax'.payi
cltizons.were dlsfraticlused. While it
proposed tq disenthral tho whites, no
)urpose is en.ortftineM toircat liegrolmlf
frauo otherwlso thau ns au aceomirtiMiail
ecnumeru urn, tueswusneu wiiM.iiniH ar
raKmpJU .WltnpMlxpwlfiUffratfq A
tabllshod tliftlr)Cnipatlon "of plunuerliig
uiulridlUK'.nuiKPrshod over the peonle Us'
at anndy,He,Hcp thov ro.petUlqnlHgi
tjoilgreaa iu pmv uiu ou,uvu wuiie.i wiio
have beeni'Wllev(difti)m their dlsabllN.
tlesj baok,lnto"FoUtleftl bondag'e'.riTlieio,
hold gpods, and nearly a( thousand dol
lars lh monoi McF.herson lived on- tho
Kansas and wos(6rn, b,6rder several yoirs
It Is ttio uusiriess oi uonuress to si
and pulldown'Urt',gnTernmeqU o
Soutlieru r3(aies"fof tlfolr VxtJlUSlVo l
.... V t' ! f ' f.7V I.
Cuse of Infernal Cruelty.
Trial f tteorjre Dixon of Drauch
County, Mich., for the
"'Ittur'dcr'of hlii on
' ' Carrteipofcic'ricoftho1 'DtAfolTrfbune.J
Coldwater, Kob. U.
, Ibo second trlul-of leqrgo Olxonr took'
place on "Wednesday. Dlxfoh "on his
former trial, was convicted and sent to
tho Statoprlslou. Tho main testimony"
in tho former caso wus that of Dixon's
wlfo, or a woman claiming to bo his wlfo
t.i.f 'tTiHrChrM 'nMiiinKKfiri'llrlnt? whnn
last heard from. Her ovldonco was ftd
.milted ou. the ground that- tho marnago
with Dixon, wus illegal. This was held
llv thif HurirernoCburt (18 Mich.,
,81.) and Dixon xyas brought back .to tho
couniy ior u now iriui. uuuu n.u iuuu
nf mlildlo holcht. irrav oves. aud brown
huln ll coimtunce Jsi cqnrse, and his
general' apjiearancb indicates n sullen
disposition and a low order of iutolloct;
116 Js a man of about 40 or' 50 years of
ni?c. and Is tho father of lour cnuuren
JamdsMiiholinb that dfod ou tho 2Iat of
January, 1608, and whoso death was
caused by cruol treatment received at
the hands of Ill's father. Tho child seum
0.10 be.tho.chivf (jbjoct ,jf his father's
hatred; arid, fell a victim. to very cruel
treatment and privation. After burial
tho body "of tho boy was taken up
tvOi examined by Drs. Cutter and Beech
and on tho trial Wednesday, Dr.. J. II.
kBccch'testlrled"thnt he examined tho
child's body. February -1, after It was
taken up. Over the right cyo was found
a discolored spot, and .lrf cutting tLrfitigh
no Injured bono was found. Thoilloah
part appeared as if it hud been bruised,
lint tho Injury was not a serious one. Tho
JiceUianc) toaf were found ohayq been
frozen d'lrlnK life. Both of the heels
byroniortltU.'d, .and the floah pwlially
LorKAtcd froaa.trjriilKjno. FromtII6' apn
tawen piacosome lime ueiore. inere was
blood settled in ono part of tho heart
and portions near the back were of n
dark, greenish hue, as If blood had set
tled thero through life. In outtlug
through tho breast ho came to a rough
bono and ou examination, It was found
thnt tho breast bone had been broken
through, as by sovero violence. By tho
nppcarancoit must hnvo been injured
three or four weeks before. Tho muscles
oyer tho heart and of the left side had a
dark, red appcaranco but upon tho other
side they were of a light flesh color.
Thero was an appcaranco of disoast of
ttio Heart. 1110 uruises iu anu aooui me
heart could not have occtired oyer twenty-four
hours before death, and were
ufilc'icuClto cause death.
ThomaB Dixon tcstinca mat no was 11
yoors old. andtliufUeore J)lxon was his
fatiier. uiat .Jtmmy, tuo nrouicc oiaer
inau uiiiiHeti, uieu onu mgiii; iuiil Jim
my slept In tho samo bed with hlra nut
his" sister that night; on tho day before
, Httho ailornoon, Jimmy waa aitung ou
the step?, and his father came out nnd
threw him down In the woodshed and
got on him with his knees; Jimmy was
sitting on tho steps crying because his
feet -were" frdzen when his father camo
out; his-futbor vas.mad because he did
noi saw woou.
Other witnesses wero called who testl
fled that on different times, from threo
weeks to six months previous to the
boy's death, they had seen Dixon pull his
sou James down anu kick mm several
times; that at ono tlnio ho struck him
with a handspike, nt another with a
shovel, aud lnlllcted many other cruel-
tics wliicn are sicKouiug to relato.
DIxou's statement was to tho effect
Uhat ho did not menu to hurt the boy. aud
.if ho was hurt at nil within twenty four.
Hours uorore'iiis ueam. u was by falling
6fT from n chair in which ho wa sitting
to have his feet dressed tho nlL'h't befaro
Piliuleath. " '
m . . . it . . . . .t i mi i
inofningai iu o ciocK, nuii in tlie after
noon tjliojurj? returned a verdict of gull
ly. ' "
, ii i i -i -
Tho Federal Congress, it Is plain.
havo serious intontlons of nbsorbltig
power in. nil tho old States, ns woll ins
In tho reconstructed Commonwealths. It
Is no t enounh that nccrocs have tho ballot
and aro upon tho bench, and ntthououd of
departments, asjn Houtli Carolina, In tho
hlate iegisiaiuresof nil tho reconstructed
bintes,'tnnt tuey voto taxes nnd appro
priations upon wnito people millions
unb'n millions all over tho South: but
now Mr. Abbott, of North Carolina, has
iulopted In tho United States Senato n
resolution instructing tuo Judlcinry uom-
lictco to iiHiinro wnatnapowors or tuo
encrnl covorntnont nro. nnd nlso to In-
milro Into the constitutionality aud ex
pediency of establishing a national polico
rorco for tuo better enrorcoment or law.
A national guard, after tho modo of Na
poleon tho First nnd Third, or In tho stylo
of Russia nnd Austria, is tho next schema
In order. Gen. Ames Is at tho door of tho
United Slates Sonate, frcsh-from his mil
itary laurels over civil power. (Jen.
Sloklos Is doing up things brown In Spain,
after 'lilf'oxnorleuco 'In South Carolina.
Gon. Reynolds hones to" aot" ft United
States 8nator8hIp fromTexos.- Gen.
Can by li second In the liehd, of n now
military' department. Goa. Terry In
making legisiaiuro ior uoorgia. Aim
the voortllon of theso military Uovcrnors
belnir over, for tho nouco. a national
police is the next thitig' proposed to do
talU ftnd mako power, Well, as the, rati
leal partvffacllls descensus) Avernl. aro
ontho downward rond to 'perdition, there
woum be no occasion to oueoK mem, but
fortl)o factthat they nro tlie dominant
tarry or mo couiury, mm nrng tuo qpun
rv alonir with thorn. Bo it romcmborcd
hqpvCr, that, n( National Polloo forco is
tho uext thing in order In Washington.
' Thb ChluflSd. are becoming exlouslve
purounsers or rcai cstaxo in uau Franclsr
co. whero unlmnrovod real estate nuvs 1
per cent ft month on leases tonorsqns
Vl9'drd o build. Tho'sjiles of'valpal
bio property iof this kind toChluainenin
January' amounted to $44,500. , 1 " '
(1Tlfere are 50,000 GaoIloepeaklng'.popur
ifttlon lu Glasgow. - i f
A few days ago tho Cleveland Herald,
a radical paper, said : "So far, this sess
ion of Congrses gives no hopo of lifting
from the back of the peoplo any portion
of the burden that bears so cruelly upon
tho industrial In tores ta of tho land.
Taxes, taxes, taxes, are the skeleton that
stares every man, woman, and child in
tho face. Taxes, taxes, taxes, meets tho
business man at every corner. Taxes,
taxes, taxes, overywhero. Taxes, taxes,
taxes, morning, noon, and night. "Wo
breakfast, dine, and sup on taxes, and at
night pillow our bends on taxes." Tho
picture is not overdrawn, and the most
devoted partisan of Radicalism must ibo
Kntlsflcd by tills time that lta terribly' op
pressive features cannot bo ameliorated
whllo that party continues to rulo. Be
fore taxes can bo reduced, tho enormous
expcndlturo of tho government .must bo
cut down; nnd wheu'Mr. Dawes, himself
of tho Htralghtost Republican scot, calls
upon tho departments to co-one rato In
this essential pre-requlsito to jessen- tho
burdens of the people, ho Is met'wlth tle
declaration that It is Impossible, .and
uiui, jiiiiuuu ui reireiiuiimeui, an in
crease of nearly fifty millions in the ap
propriations ior tuo coming year is no-
ce&sary." This hi the naked act which
stares tho peoplo In tho face the prlco
thoy must pay, without abatomont, for
continuance of tho presont Radical dis
pensation. Do they think tho articlo
worth the money 1 . . ,
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
ARL L. THOMAS,
SIGN' AD OKXAMESTAL.PAISTEJt,
Shop la the Perry Uoiuo, Corner Commorcalt
ATCimciwd Eighth street. ,
IttEEN & OILDEItT,
Attorneys CouESclIer at LaW,
Wllllnm if. flrtcn, 1 "
WlllUm II. Ullbcrl, i- CAIRO, I LI,.
Mllca t. Gilbert, J
Bpelal attention aUea to Ailmirsllr tnd mboU
UfiBca on Ohio Levee, Rooms
ovar lat Natlouitl Bank.
LLEN, "WEBB & UUTLElt,
ATTORNEYS AT L1W.
Oflic In Broil New BalMlaf,
Corner of Elcrcnth ilrctt anl CoramrrcUl Ateau
vw . v . Alien. j
II. Wtou WabbUAlEO, IliU -i'l'p
jJ-ULKEY, WALL & "WHEELER,"
Jois IlfMuLKxy, " , ,,,.,
K0; 1 CAIRO. ILL.
Office Roomi, ul O Wlnlir'i Illoc
ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
tlUlcePcoruerorirwcirtta Mreet nnd WMh
Will practice lo Hits nnd lhi aUjolnln
Inr ImlloUl cll-
ciii, mm iiiaur coiirviioai in Ilia DC
ties or .Misiourisna Keatacsr.
W. II. Morris. II. II. Candto.
QAXDEE & ilQRllIS,
Xotarlcs Public and Iusurnaco Agents,
OFFICE Xo. 71 Ohio Ltvte. City National
PIKE A.I .nARIXKI
MKHCIIATt'Tij Ins. Co., or Chlrago;
CAPITAL AND A33KW....-8 H36,7a II
SLCUltm' log. Co., of Kew York;
CAPITAL AND A6SUT3 ei,73a,81l 90,
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co.. of Chicago:
CAPITAL AND A9.SKTH... ,8 340,040 34
IXDEI'EMDE.XT Ins. Co., of Rostou
CAI'JTAL AND ASSETd.g 030,000 00
SANGAMO Ins. Co,, of Sprliigrilold
CAPITAL AND AS3ET3 9 ilii9,03TS3
AURORA Ins. Co,, of Aurora, HI. ;
CAPITAL AND AS3KTO. ,.9 310.000 11
STATE Eire Ins. Co., of ClOTCland, O.j
i.u-llAl) A.-iU AMt.ra 394,030 Ob
J. N. ltLAUIE Jk CO,, AgtM,
Oreo First National Dank,
JjllRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
ASSETS., .S1,43G,'J1U 20
GERMANIA; NEW YORK:
ASH-JTS 81,008,031 7f
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK; ,,f
Coniprlstni; (lie UadurwriU'r Aueitcyi
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
AH3KT3 tt4ii.lBa 119
FIREMAN'S FUND, SAN FRANCISCO
SECURITY, NEY.:YpJ$K (MarWe,)(
, I , WHJH I,433,H10 00
otei. dwtUinKt. 1 fiimllHra.o'liiillii .ml iinni
umiretl nt ratoi fitvorutlu ss soJiid Dermauent
'mrity Hill warraoi. , , . , ,
I rusplfllllysjkwf (lieililtnof :i!ro. ailiuanf
thoimalronsLa. 1 . t
HUT O ' '
o. ti. iiuonKa.
pifl-jot First Nntloii Xwk.
W. BTKATTON. T. BIRD.
(3uecenon to Btratton, Hudion Clirk),
Grocers and CoBuiIssIon Merckhi,
Americas Powder C.,mm4 MaMBfitotarora
AKenu for Cottoa Taraa,
J M. PHILLDPS A CO.,
(Successors 10 E. B. Hondriekj Co.,)
Forwarding and Coamlssloa Merthaati
, . AND
WHARrB10AT rOrBIKTMt '
UbceaX Advance Made on OofutgnmqnU.
.ii4I!ipJePVeJ " xi or forward fntftkt. U
HI points buy or toll on eommlulon. BiIm iA
ended tow I In promptfies. uliw
Q W. GREEN,
(Hilce,or to' Pidlli. titcm'A ai.. ' " '
-AND- . 1
Gmral Cemlgl XeTduut':
mTltf , Jlr
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. 1'itoDncE and coMMisaioH i ':. '
sc an 4o aac'iT'asa-
Bpdl ftttcntfcm glrea (o conifWrntQU Hi 'fUltac
boat; Stores, GRpcERres; ak&ero.
,i t ypv9t) ' , .t urn
FLOUR ' MBRCIT ASu
' ', ' agest;
N."S0 Ohio Lave, Cairo!
Ordrrii antlif a.I an1 . .1
DYAS T..PABKHB. 0H.N V. rSltrlu.
PARKER A, piniius; ' "
OsnirikM , '! Mil'
CoMwlsileu and' I'ortTardlnp;1 MeirckuiU
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