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-IteConnBOiiJUinBartin are endeavor-
ia$ to excite an insurrection similar to that
in Pans ' . ". ".' . , .
- Portugal is tranquil. - - ' -
Mehemet Ali, th "pacha of Egypt is in-j
Disturbancesrbave occurred at Frankfort
on the Maine in which leveal live were
loft. - ."' , ;
- The war in Italy is conducted, on both
Mm with vionr ' 11 v
Germany is still excited. ; YY
: , From tbx Wkst 1stss V Y
' : . New York; July 27
In St. Croix the slates continued in open
revolt; were burning aid ravaging estates,
and massacreing the whites. It u stated
that the blacks were angry because it had
been. prepared to emancipate them grada
ally after a twelve month's apprenticeship.
They demand immediate abolition. '
, In St. Thomas the Govenor fearing a
ular outbreak had declared the immedi
ete: freedom of the blacks, though the
whites had taken the precaution to.; arm
themselves to suppress attempts at insur
Ia Hayti complete tranquility had been
restored. President Sbulongne had issued
an address congratulating the people on the
return of peace. All who had fled were
forbidden to return, and their estates de
clared forfeit. - : . ' ' V-
. Sxsate. Mr. Hale offered a resolution
calling on the Secretary of War for infor
mation in regard to the amount that had
been paid to each officer of the aiiny, and
omitted in the last army register, which
was. agreed to. :
-'Onf'motion of Mr. Clayton the territorial
bill was taken up. .
;.' afr -Baldwin offered an amendment, giv-ing-to'alf
persons deprived of liberty in the
territory, the privilege of "Habeas Cor
pus," and of direct appeal to the supreme
' Mr ' Reverdy Johnson addressed the
Senate in snpport of the bill, as the only
ob t ranch on this exciting question.
i The debate was further continued . by
Messrs. Badger," Dix and Calhouo. .
The prosession was prolonged 'until sev
i o'clock this morning, when an adjourn
Having determined to leave-the state,
,1 will, on Friday the Uth dey of Au-
eutt next, at mv residence 3 1-2 miles
north of BowtfrigGreen, Veil to the highest
bidder,'n a credit !of twelve months, all
my personal property, consisting of horses,
mules, oxen, cows.' a lot of steers, bogs,
sheep, one wagon,' 'cooking stove, wheat fan,
loom, wheels, reel, household and kitchen
furniture, farming, utensils,? corn on the
crnund. about 100 barrels in the crib.
large quantity of hay'andl oats. In the, stack,
and a number of other articles. " I Will also
sell or rent my farm the first-opportunity.
July 31, 1848. . ,Y Y r
To trie independent Voters of. Pike
.' i . ,ciiitr
We. the undersigned, take this method of
informing those interest, that we will, after
a J . a . m 1 I f
me nrst a ay oi August next, aeciise mrn
ishinff sacks to ' brine in wheat. and" 'that
sacks can be had on good ie'rms'a: the store
of Urr, Duke & Campbell, or ti. It. Mc
Quie's.' ' . J.& W.; ALEXANDER.'
July 31,1848. ,17 tf
STATE OF MISSOURI, )
County of Pike. ! ' j
In Pike Countv Court. Julv the. 21 it 2848,
rwiHE Court proceeded to make a distribution
I of the State school moneys,' according to
the respective rights of the several organized
school townships in said county, ana una tne inf
lowing townships entitled to the following Bums
T 52 N R 2 W to
T 52 N R S W to
T53N R 1 to
T54NR 2 W to
T51 N R3 Wto
. 63 GO
" 82 80
r. 0 00
And it is ordered that warrants therefor be
drawn on the Treasurer payable to the commit
aioners lor said townships respectively ; and the
court further find that the other organised school
township of said county have not made suffi
cient reports to enable them to. determine with
accuracy sad to apportion equally the amount of
state school moneys to which each is- entitled un-
der the Act of Fcbrurery the 1 1th, 1847 ; it is
therefore ordered that the . several organized
ment Uolc place; not however, nn il thej'chool township of said county not herein be-
Corapromise bill was adopted by a vote of," i? wwUmuP, .jing .
o- V . . part, in different municipal townships, report to
33 to : - - f, . - ... . ,r y " r
wt . . i :uc vici kui uui csun uic uviuura
the Territorial bill ' was, after a long dis
cussion, laid on the table.
- On motion the ; House adjourned.
ASTHMA CUfED BYJAYXE'S EX-
' PECTORJWT. ,
Umbertville, N. J.. April 27, 1344
in such school IfwnihijJ, on tbe lut day nf the
year 1846. over the age of , six sxd under the
age of twenty years, and that they report to what
municipal township such children belong; ind or
dered that a copy of this order be published in
the Democratic Banner and the Seventy-Six for
wree weens. . x rt
I, Samuel F. Murray, clerk of the county
a a ? ol a -
De. Jyne Dear Sir By the blessing!. . . . , , - 3
Of bod. your Expectorant has nnctad a
cure iu me of a most distressing complsint
la December last, I was seized with great
severity by a paroxysm of Asthma : a du
ease with, which I had been afflicted for,
many years past. It was attended with a
hoarseness and soreness of the lungs and
throat, together whh a laborious cough,
and complete prostration of strength, and
worn out with suffocation, when a bottle
of your Expectorant was sent to my house,
At first I thought it was nothing but quack
err, but seeing it was so highly recommend.
ed by Dr. Going, with whom I was well
acquainted, 1 was induced to try it, and in
a few days it completely cured me, nor
have 1 ever j had any return of the disease
since. , I have now formed so high an o
pinion of your medicine, that if I had but
few bottles of it, and could obtain no more
I would hot part with them for ten dollars
eaen. - '
-ci .f. j.. yours moli respectfully. ' i
" ; Johk SegebI
Pastor of the Babtist church at Louis
ville, tf. J.. . - j
A10 EXCUSE FOR A BALD HEAD.
From the Somerville. N. J. Whig. ,
'Sometime since I called upon Ar.'P.
Mason, of Somerville, for Dr. Jayne's cel
ebrated Hair v tonic to restore my hair,
which, was then .falling out daily. , I pro
cured one 'bottle, and applied its contents
aconrdjng to its directions. When the bot
tle was exhausted, I discovered to my great
surprise and satisfaction, that the Young
Hairwasstsrtiog handsomely; I therefore
purchased another, and so m till I had used
three bottles, end now, as a compensation,
nvd... t. t. l;.i. "
m h uiic.m ever. .. jj
"And, what is more surpriseing, my bald
ness, was. not occasioned by sickoes, in
which ci, there is great hope of restore
t'wn bat was hereditary.,
J"-O, Eodgers, Metliodiit MiniiUn
Hv&l Horeb, gomerset Co., N. J."
rnpesea nl hv Tr. D. Jvni PhiUdel
phia, and sold oo agency by H. E. BIbckj
& Co-Looutiagi, Mwi !"" '
jJai subscriber, Uvingna iniles west
1 efLoiislana and eight miles north of Bow
ling" Green,' on the road leading from Louisiana
to Spenoerburg, offers t private sale the Farm
on wbioa he now resides, i Said: arm is web'
itwxed, esntaiaing about 160 aeres,69eres in
pod state ofeiilUvaUoa, with plenty of water.
The nrmcemtiita ire conJbrtable) sock as a
Mw&4og Sanaa, tobaooo Urn, stables, crib, &e,
with a nod ai"e orchard. Far ftolher infer-
tutwn call o&thg subscriber on: the prsmises.
; . T. WILLIAM JSAXISv
for said county now in my office.
r - !-. . J r.:i
Seal V seal hereto affixed, at office this 27lb
( ) day of July, 1848.
S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
July 31, 1848. . 3wl7
Admitiistrators' Sale of
Ik pursuance of an order obtain
ed from the County Court of Pike
county, the undersigned,, adminis
trators of David C. M. Parsons, de
ceased, will proceed to sell the
slaves belonging to the estate of
said deceased, consisting of two
m ' .1 sr
men, Adam, -and iverson; one dot, oi orn;
one woman, Mary; and two girls, Indiana and
Autonielt, at public auction, before the Court
House door in the town of Bowling Green, on
Monday, the 4th, day . of September next, it be
ine the first day of the Circuit Court, on a cred
it of nine months, the purchaser giving bond
with good security for tne payment of the pur
chase money. ' '
JA91S W. VAMftStdjU, St
Adm'rs.ofD.C. M. Parsons, dee'd.
July 24th, 1848. 4 wig.; :
Administrator's Sale oil
TN pursuance of an order of the Pixe countyt
court, made at tne last J une lerm mereoi, i
will offer for sale, before the court house door
in the .town of Bowling Green, . on a credit of
twelve months, and on the first day of the next
Augim term of said Court, the following descri
bed real estate, beloneimr to the estate of Silas
Khea,doceased, lying in said county, vix: a. i-z
of lot No. one of N. W. or. of sect, six f) T.
53 R. 2 W containing 40 acres also, S. 1-2 of!
lot No. z orthe s. w. qr. ot sect, oi, a. o n
2 W containine 40 acres, 'and lot No. 2 of N
W: ef. sect, six (6) T. 53 R2 W., containing
ISO acres. . ;' ,;' ' ' .
The purchaser will be required to give bond
r - ' HAMILTON L. BHEA,"
i : i . ' Adm'r. Silas Rhea, dee'd.
July 10th 1848.'
s ii : l
JBeef ! Beef! Beef !
.TO the citizens of Lou
isiana: -v 1 ' '
The undersigned pro
pose to releave the in
convenience labored un
der at present by the eitisenddf (6hr;tbwi,
inobtainirig good article 'of fresh neat,
bv aneninflf a regular market in C. Jackson
Sc. Broe. were house, on eyery. Tuesday,1
Thursday and Saturday borning, where
tbey would be pleased to supply their Mends
Louis iana, July,l, 1848.
Corn, , ;
Butter, '! - t-.o ,
Beef on foot, ' -
Molasses, - '
Dried Apples, " -
Cotton Tarn -
. G.A. -
Bar Iron, "
Nails,- ' 'Y"
a f 15 eU per f .'do.-
"w; f 3,00 per cwt'J?"
:r 0e per: pnsheLH
' 9per dozen;; - 7
lti.ifcpej ; f? al0cpcr lb..
y -35 a 50c per gal. ' '
- !l,00 per btuheL'
"- 95ctsV per 'bunch.
- 45 to 50o per bushel
- 290 sack.'
- 4 1-2 a 5 per ft.
- 5 per lb
i-4 oer lb.
3 B4ssa1Ornit,i,Jury 3f, '1848.
.VHliHOW P' busnd. r j IXTA VING-1
I5-cUpe! jULX Sprfegs,
i- ' land near ih'm
tetiders?hrs pfeisio,naI f ervices tothe pUb
lio. His capacity in the treatment oTCirir
n m mb .a a ja
cers, ja,:afl.rBWPr nP" f
SWe ere euthorizea to announoe H-
W. P. Woorrck as a candidate for the office
m . snivi . m
ot justice o( fue re ace oi cunaio a own
ship, at the ensuing August election. ;
We are authorized to announce Hiram
G. Edward as a candidate for theoffice of
Justice of the Peace of Cuivre townshipJ
h iiic ensuing August cictuvui L .
We are authorized to announce Lewis
A. Collins as a candidate fot the office of
Justice of the Peace of Buffalo township,
. .1 . - . 3'. ,
ai me ensuing August eiecuon.
We are authorized to announce Nimrod B. Ed
wards as a candidate for the office of Justice of
the Peace of Buffalo township, at the ensuing
August eiecuon. ..
We are authorized to announce John C.
Basye, as a candidate for the office of Jus
tice of the Peace ef Cuivre Township, at
the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Geo. W.
Conder, as a candidate for the office of Jus
tice of the Peace of Buffalo Towaship, at
the ensuing August election.-
B" We are authorized to announce M. S.
Price as a candidate for the office ef Jus
tice of the Peace of Buffalo Township, at
the ensuing August election.
SJ"We ar authorised to announce James E.
Glenn, as a candidate for the office of Constable
of Bufialo township, at the ensuing August eiec
We are authorized to' announce Hoon
Ai.LE,as a candidate for the office of Justice
of the Peace for Cuivre township, at the ensu
ing August eiecuon. .
We are authorized to announce Wiluam
Duca as a candidate for the office of Con-
sUble of Indian Creek township, at the ensuing
Agust election. t . t
We are authorized ' to announce John
Magee.as a candidate for theoffioe of Cot
oner of Pike county, at the ensuing August
S"V7e are authorized to announce John
GatMHET, es a candidate for the office of
Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next
We are authorized to announce Thomas
D. Shy as a candidate fortheolhcc of Con
stable of Buffalo Township at the ensuing
August election. v.;.
r?"VVe are authorized to announce D. A. G.
Steslc as a candidate for the office of Consta
ble of Peno tdfvpship, at the.next August elec
We are authorized to announce William
P. Wisoucswot& as a candidate for the kfflce
of Constable of Cuiver township, at the next Au
gust election. . . ;
ITS- We are authorized to announce Jew A.
Tianea as a candidate for the office of Consta
ble of Cuiver township, at the.- ensuing Atgust
election. .,, ' ' . i s
We are autliorized toannounee T. M. lhea.
as a candidate for the offioe of Constable of ulv
er Township at the ensuing August Electito. ;
Vim are authorised to announce Jami
Tract, as a candidate for thooffice of Ion-
stable of Uuiver township, at me enamg
August election. ' ' - ' ' '1
: . A
We are authorized to announce niti aos
makck, as a candidate for Justice of me Eace
in BuSalo Township, at the' ensuing Atigtlt e
We are requested
Lamb, Esh up present, fJircnij; AttorW
will be'a "candidate to refil tat official
the ensuing election: InrNoiembir. fhe
,inuef WPSKHi, wwi yTT7
1 Pisgah thnrcn, xespetftfuliy
iettje; asted.Jwihe,re.aelha praoMoed,to
injure mm success. ,i".no
4Ji ,trnis jUVltwentiof-the aboffe
diseasesae pasb iy.-tlve. itrst ;visifc j Jio
fuf tbe'r iargdurei e :effrted.--Pefsa'hs
at a distarice will please address
J. D. Aorgan, post .paid, Bowling Green;
" ti j "A LIST OF; LETTERS-j . ;
Tl EMA1NIN0 mtbe Pest Office at I
S, iana, Mo., on the 1st of July, 1848, which
if not Ltkei) out in three months will be sent to
the General Post Offioe. - .-
M.B Angle . .
Oran Coals .
Mary Early .: .
Martha, Herr in ;
Win Hammond' i
Valentine Jump -Eliza
Win H Martin
Nathon4renbrd ;i r r
Morris R femis jg
; Edward McGuire-r
;. siiss Camilla MeElM2l
. John JlfcAuster: ,. u
.. .Charles S Moore
... Isreal Stephens .
Andrew Trimble; -.
,,., , T J Wallace, a-;
l- h.--: sfsry, Wilson,, lb,i
JOSL' RICHARDSON, r.-i)
July 10th 1848:7' . . : . . ' ;,t
. -.:sJ-;'iysTfrf:, 3
iaiUM sere .ot-.t, 8J ?'JjAABe.W.
T D,.ti aV mm rse thMaa
ko pack butter;for a,.
NEW FIOM AT TUB OLD STO
joux s. uaaaLar.
1 M ARKLEr; & CL ARK:65,nt:
HAVING purchased the atock of SamuelE.
Allen, are .now manufacturins: every de
scription of Boots end Shoes at the? old stand of
Piewnam & Alien. They will keep every va
riety of .Hoots and shoes, shoe findings, sole, and
upper leather. Jrhiladeiphia-ealf sains, pegs o.
Sic, and beg to assure all w,he may fayer them
with their rotvge, that, lhy may rely en, all
work made by theJi being of the very bttt vork
manihio of any made in the county. A "rrr"
warranted in all cases.-: - T
Having in their employ the best Boot maker
iu me couniy,sney connaenuy ioiicu -ana ex
pect to receive a liberal share of patronage--
They will also
Louisiana, June 10th, 1848.'
The undersigned having had their Card
ing Machine, put in complete vOtiUi
t.VOT-naitr-ia "receive Wool, and. will
at the following prices ? . -
White wool, at I cents, per pound, , .
Mixed, at 7 cts. ner , .. : i.-.v.
H" All wool left with ns will be warded
mmediately. GEO. W. JENKS & CO
Louisiana, Mo,tMayWA 1848.
T2ubay laaabaeaiu v
season, consisting. of, , mu il MdT
wiej gftwH yieqrdassspTibesVfor
Cajktprjtollicm FenowsjriahWf ur-
chase Goods will please give, ns aU. be
-.-,.. f.v--- i rtl lrST-en r Vifil till
. Af iBlviHa, lUtown,ia nail4i ifBaeV,St
were sold ia tntee mooUu: and theMBa Are-
jber of 'peVsons who used ibr . . . . , . i .:' .
' viJh'St.iWtit'-Cb.'Mrch VtftUIL
We the'onrilAWrdaiiens of y.fCTSt.
Clair ConmV:ni.,firi'nired: the meditiiM
knowe,'as:Df.:iStorm,s' "Scotch 'CodtA IBaidy,
Dreoared br Hi Wade, of 8t:'ton3. i Mo?. 1 do
cheerfully Ustify uxits efficaeyaa ft tsasaly'for
Dueases of the Breast and Lunrend "lye!re
f-Y!' jeommentothe:pwhoa a safe and agreeable
, JU B. CABAUNEj AfcrtAas,S amvc-) ii
-DAVID McCOYjni r -o . n-. 1 3M
O. JBAPIER. . ,j1-, vr? IU rhi
'l.J ....... A . t.
many others too, olunerous to mantka,rta
Yi Y-.? ;.n 6-iT . vV '-'ilrjiijre evse!
We have th ouffht it unQeccessaxY to oaaJSii
tificates ftort indiyiduals -caiesj , aa,;
chasers are unable to Inform theeiselrea ofthf
bciubi nnicarv 01 .most v ura iguci w
lelmwingi HoweWJtomVwell lpownnti
ten of 8c Loult-irt.,,rMidenNo.i 2lO naia1
street twe dollars UloCheTryt- ",!
- Oft. WA.-.sr Sir: It affords, me pleaxare1
tooffr my testimony teithe effieeeyef tWarct
Ice known aAW Storms, Scott k Covgi b CmrsV
I ST1 miahiB mm. Y ..tltaB Kw an 1JkWtBB) ffMSh
keep on hana good 'slock of "5 r"i '
: Shoes and f amily Urooene. f-; v"" j ? ' , l-
AIARKLEY.Sl CLARKSON. ; '" Wf fw? a 'wr " .T
LOOK HERE!. LOOK WBEBE?.
WHY right in at VVm. L. Tasaaa'a Clothing
store, where you can get a lull suit or clothes
lor very little money.-.
He has -Coats, Pants, Vests and Shirts of all
sorts and sizes, carefully .selected by himself
expressly for this market. His etablishmetit
is en Georgia, between Water and Main Streets,
Louisiana, where he won Id be happy to see his
friends and visitors generally.
April win, 1S4S,.: - -i tr.
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
THE undersigned tenders his thanks to the
public for the patronage so liberally extended to
him heretofore, an 1 respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the same. ' He will continue in busi-
nessat the old stand, corner of Georgm arid
vaier oireeu, Louisiana. ...
He has now pit' band Sugae, coffee, tea, molas
ses spices; candies at wnolesale and retail, leu
ens, oranges, nu:s, figs plurals, 8to. &c. togeth-
hr with an exoelkmiartide-oflborlh proof bran-
rayanu winos tor uie sick: an oi wmcn win oe
sold cheap for CasaJ . H i
way 12th, 1848.
THOS B LIMERICK.
TAVNE'S EXPECTORANT Javne,sTon4
tr ennnujjc, yuyuu a avujinoiive. inihiii,
Jayne's sanative Fills, J ayne Alterative
Jayne's Hair Tonic, Jayne's American. Hair
Dye, J ayne s Ague rills,.... : L , ;., ,.
' All the-' above, medicieea. are. prepared
only by Dr. David Jayne, Philadelphia, and
for sale .by H. E. Block & Co., Louisiana
and B. Riggs, Ashley; Mo.; ; '. V
JUne.Otb, 1848. i '
r, .Tobacco Wanted.
THE undersigned wish to prircliase', imme
diately, TWENTF-nVE HKds. Gobo
Tobacco, for which ; the highest market price!
idin-CABB' - ' 1
will be paid i
H. E. BLOCK & CO:
counties, composing this, the third Judiiallby
circuit, are Marion, ttaus, rixe, oion
rv. Warren. Lincoln and St. Charles.
j . - .. ....
O' N hand a good loLof Ground AUum. Lrv
pool Blown and k'ini wK.-Soltor 1
- We are authorized to annonace Col
hiu F. Kirtley, rJsn- es a csnoiaate
th Office of Circuit Attorney, in the
Judicial District, at tbeensniflgelectioiirr
November . -ti
.i ' -
. .. ltvi
C JACKSON t Bio.
June 19 1848.
. H, E. BLOCK t CO.
Y : - Louisiana MeY-i
: i! SUNDRIES. i"
Jolasses,Tar, Stoneware, Traced TLogCbjSfiV
. Boots and- aooesi 'pun (xKions, uarpat
fnctora sbid for. Baw w -by-: ;. .c v-'
J?i K. BLOCK
ibsJhJBacen, Sflkns Wa navaa larn and spacaousWarehouBeat-
tJiaJ la aiitttarita JFhoser WMhins: to shin or
store, wUUo4if"ta tt' r.iatevst to give us aj
- " ' U L' U I. fVl
time, which threatened aerious injury. Alter
having tried many other remedies tone purpose,
she used a few paakages of Storm's Coh Can
dy, purchased fienraalfehbuis,ilBisTBBy
, Vur K, ana m a. TCiy wmm ww " ---
K- mMstcT. . and now eniova rood, bee Kb.- My?
servant was also abided, with a, tevee.wbrestb
. . . " : . ' .
oompiaini, anu sne.expenenceq wnow, unaahj
ate relief from the use' nf this truly "valuable.
y The action ef Dr. 5brms clvQu
dy ( differs erymaterialry rVom any '"other ?
. : . j . . . . .
poaoaerer nventeu.- n not omyauxya
eJual Irrilation,i but operating as a Tety-1mild,i
purge, it" keeps the stomaeh and boWehfin'5
healthy condition, leavinsr the'patient an appetite
whichTew other Cbugh MiXturea could impartV''
: We have no disposition to injure the iaventur t
of any particular medicine, but in justice to the
worUf, we . will give as our rtonest, -opioiBn,
formed bV the observations of! eleven vears inu
the school of medicine, that Zorge (riid JrimqJ,.
drav$M of ' iwaaeoas ijvicOmpoiMds toifai
into tit itomaehi from time to Hint otiuraal a
tmdtncy tefdtttroy fas healthy ton of that, tiiat 1
ireane we sywent. '-
No such obiection ch beurpedssrainatthenes) '
of this valuable Medicated Candy, for Sugar is a
greeable both to the, palate and stomachy and we
honestly believe that. this preparation will do all ,
Ihat-medieTne can do towards the relief of per .
sons suffering! With Golds, CobghM,' Bronchitis,"
A sthraa, Bleeding of the LUngs.-Tain in the Side ' I
sad Breast, Difficulty rjfeaUaD,Hoareries,r i
and all other symptoms nLConsumption.
Tf-Orders from the Uountryi or appUcauoM
for" Akntof, directed' to Messrs. J. H.BAK-r
NARD &'BRO.iGeneraf Ageksi'No.' 140 MaiS,
street fn.oiouii, no.) wui mt wi .jhwiiw
attehtiea:: -Y b Ju,bJ .
1 ffa-J"n dir hrrwifroists Vtherallv.1 " It maV ' !
alao be obtained of any respeotable cottntryider-
cbant in the bouth or West-
J" To avoid counterfeits, our readers would
An wH ta indtrlsW tor Or. STORM'S SCOTCH
St. Louis, whose written signature Is oil the"'
Wrapper. f-tf -..r; o tor j .' ' -u rAi so tt-i-i
arohlSthjlSSSw is:; v : : 48waV E
SEJUNG ANJtJiSUMMER CAMEAIGNi
V JaV 1. M-MrW m
FBSSH '.sjjP'ZJj&S TO EmitLA
..... ; t r 7AKTie8x i ': ir- MTf C
I ready large supply of ilfcyj(tD1"'
atid business c'oth, , coats ; .black andgtsre. --'
casiiflere' nafitsUpferlor Hack satin yestaiik,5
beaver arid neutrta bats ' shoes and boots. v: Bai s
haralsdVleftre' Srafiety.' oT rinnen"'and tweedT.'.
'askl' fttiak and bisfneaS a'rtmian" an
iweed paatS Snajmerveats. shirts and drawers."
Uegttner wui a gooa supply or 'dk r'tr uqvh -r
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