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w -f!iMOR. The ; newly-in vented
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oTbetweeo foai end five hundred thin plate
of wrought iron, riyeted together in fee-!
tions aa ".w" A8eiuV wu-Vr . Arifth'vof Jnl,. 1848. i. the following.
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STATE OF MISSOURI,
CODKTT or PlKI. j i '
Pike County Court, June Term, 1848.
Among the records and proceeding had on
the eight day of said term of the . court, te wit
milrt in perpendicular height. Fortooate
UlU . a I I II Lj.. mafia.
.ii mexicans nai uicy u
(V. . .. .
peace. . ... . :.
R ia ahnttino- herself ud. " No repub
lican, not even American traveler are
permitted to cross the frontier
Died, in Bowling Green, MoT. qd the
.,:htnr h e7tii f Jnlv. after a few hours
.llno... Mm. MaktE. Davis, consort of
n, n I.. TW.a. in the 23d year of her aee.
It is but seldom that the pen of friendship
w mIIp1 nnnn to noform a more mournful
duty, than to record the death of ,this esti
nhi. UAv. Her aee, her character, in
short every circumstance accompaning her
death, is calculated to mrow arounu us
darkest shadows, and to rivet upon us the
conviction of the utter worthlessness of the
world's vanities,' and to make us teel toe
..4taM rlitv too real." v .
Jnt t a neriod in life when all was smii-
rur around, when she was happy in the con
'fidence of a husband who doated upon her
when the fair faces of her almost intant
'children were making home an earthly para
disewhen to-morrow looked bright as the
"young poet's dream," with scarce a warn
ing note ty one oi tnose jnscruiaoie man
dates whose summons we 'must all hear
in the pride of life she is crushed beneath
the car of the mighty eonquerer. But yes
terday a crowd of friends flocked around
her to whom her smile ever imparted pleas
ure to-dav she lias no home upon earth,
but the silent tomb, and ye the memory of
her virtues, her sweetness of temper, her
urbanity to all, will linger long with those
who knew her. None can feel the loss to
. its full extent but the partner of her bo
som, and he with a bruised and lacerated
heart: with his earthly idol crushed and
broken down, with the light of life extin
guished, he should remember that His toll
and not tun be done, and that it was a deed
conceived in mercy to her to take her from
this "vale of tears" to a home "where the
wicket cease from troubling and the weary
are at rest,' ind that by the exercise of
due philosophy he may soon learn the truth
of the poets words and believe
'That earth hath no surrow
'That Heavea cannot cure.
EVERYBODY PRAISE JJIYJYE'S
And for the best reasons in. the world, be
cause it is the only hope that the bald-
headed can have ot once more regaining
the lull flowing locks of .hare, with which
nature adorned their heads inywuth, whish
it does to the admiration of all who use it
as directed. Try it, all of yon who need
more or handsomer hair. It is the very
thug Tor you.
f FORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
To remove troublesome and dangerous
inhabitants of the stomache and bowells,
which si often impair the health and des
troy the lives of children, nse Jayne's
Tonic Vermifuge, a certain and safe pre-
pirauon lor ine removal ot tne various
kinds of worms, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
want of appetite, infantile fever and ague,
and debility of the stomach and bowels and
organs of 'digestion. It is without excep
tion one of the most valuable preparations
ra me woria.
HEAR DR. HlQBYSs OPLMOJV.
Dr. L. J. Higby, Milwaukie, W. T.,
ov. 184a, writes toDr, Jayne, and says,
i our carminative Balsam, Hair Dye, and
Hair tonic, all go well, and the Balsam goes
finely. It has saved many lives this sea
son 1 had to get twice supplyed from New
Xork in September last I shall want of
you at least 200 bottles. I hare on sale,
ana nave seen triad many of the "crack
nicies? for this Bilious Diarrhoea, which
we are subject to : and of all, your inval
uawe:. I could get $5 per bottle for it, if
tt could not be had for less, and an ntianti.
ty of certifficates of the strongest kind
These Diarrhoeas are the worst diseases
have here, and your Balsam is the only
mi cures mem.
. "Pfl'donly Dr. D Jayne, Philadelphia
wia on agency by Hi E. Block &
Ca, Louisiana Mo:,.
-Www may be had Jayne's Ague PUls
which Kev,, to cure Fever and Ague.
JOHN F. HEDGES, administrator ol the es
tate of James H. Hawkins, deceased, comes
and files a petition for the sale of the real es
tate of said deceased, which is accompanied by
th lists, inventories and accounts required by
law, all of which is verified by the amdavitot
uU administrator, it is therefore ordered that
ail persons be notified hereof, and that un
less the contrary be shown on or before the
first day of the November term of this court,
an order will be made for the sale of the
real estate of said deceased, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the debts
against said estate ; and ordered that a copy
of this order be published in some newspa
per published in this State, for six weeks,
the last insertion to be at least twenty days
before the next November term of this
'I. Samuel F. Murray, clerk of the coun
ty court for said county, certify that the
foregoing order is correctly copied from the
record of said court now in my office. ,
iw . . n testimony whereof , I hereon
Seal to set ray hand and ajfix the seal
v of said court, at office in Bowling
reen. this 27th July, 1848.
S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
August 7th 1848 6 wl 8.
LOUISIANA. PJUCES CTJBREST4
. Bxaau Orrtcs. Augute, 7. 1848.
- ' .... , .- 45 to 60c per bushel
STATE OF MISSOURI, )
County of Pike.
In Pike County Court, July the 21st, 1848,
rrHE 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, and and the lU
lowing townships entitled to the following sums
T 52 N R 3 W to
T 63 N R 8 W to
T 53 N R 1 E to
- 63 60
. ' 80 00
1 Hfjwgdetermined to leave the state,
ilSLI wiD, 00 Friday the' 11th day of Au-
" l "J Whence 3 1-2 n
?rth of Bowtug-Grean, sell to the h!g!
viuosr, os acradii of twelve months
IDT nalfJSjAa&V a .-. . -1
-r.uFrewn7, consisting or horses,
", osaL cowl, a lot of steers, hols,
!eep,oie wftgon, cooking stove, wheat fak
loom. k..!l --.I l . ri .. 1
i 7 """r " HvoHaDia ana xitcntn
wwiure, - arming utensils. o on ft
prono, aoott 100 barrels in the cribi w
'fin tM 'rr9rtrzt
And it is ordered that warrants therefor be
drawn on the Treasurer payable to the commis
sioners for said townships respectively ; and the
court further find that the other organized school
township of said county have not made suffi
cient reports to enable them to determine with
accuracy and to apportion equally the amount of
state school moneys to which each is entitled un
der the Act of Februrary the 11th. 1847: it if
therefore orderea that the several organized
school townships of said county not herein be
fore named, being fractional townships, lying in
f t fia uiucicut luuiis aateu tvw jpassja f Jr'J
thcCletof thUTtnirtthrbumBer ofi'chlTdren
in such school townships, on the last day of the
year 1848, over the age of six ltd under the
age or twenty years, and that they report to what
municipal township such children belong: and or
dered that a cody of this order be Dublinhed in
the Democratic Banner and the Seventv-Six for
I, Samuel F. Murrayi clerk of the county
court for said county, certify that the foregoing
order is correctly copied from the school reeord
lor said county now in my office.
i ) VV itness my signature and official
Seal. seal hereto affixed, at office this 27th
( ) day of July, 1848.
S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
July 31, 1848. 3wl7
Administrators' Sale of
In pursuance of an ordr obtain
ed from the County Court of Pike
county, the undersigned, adminn
trators of David C. M. Parsnns, de
ceased, will proceed to sell the
alaves belonging to the estate., of
said deceased, consisting of two
men, Adam, and Iverson; one boy, Morn;
one woman, Mary and two girls, Indiana and
Autonielt, at public auction, before theCourt
House door in the town of Bowling Green, on
Monday, the 4th day of September next, it be
ing the first day of the Circuit Court, on a cred
it of nine months, the purchaser giving bond
with good security for the payment of the pur
JAMfcS W. VAWrBELL, &
Adm'rs.of D.C. M. Parsons, dee'd.
July 24th, 1848.-4wl6.
Administrator's Sale oil
IN pursuance of an order of the Pilie county
court, made at the last June term thereof,!
Corn, - ' - '
Oats, i .
Hemp, - . . . .
Bacon, . -
Lard . '' -
Flaxseed, " :
Beef on foot, -
Eggs, - -Sugar,
Molasses, ; -
Salt, Kenhawa, -
" G. A. -
Bar Iron, -
Nails, . - -
15'cts per ;, do.
$ 3,0a percHt .
11-2 a 3 perewt
4 per pound.
. dO -t ;.
60c per bushel. .
20 to 2,75 perewt
60 per nozen.
6 1-40 7c per lb.
9 a 10c per lb. 1
. 85 a 50c per gal.
1,00 per bushel. -..
95cts, per buqeh.
. 45 to 50o per bushel
. 200 sack-.
. 4 1-2 a 5 per lb.
. 5 per b . - .
ft 1-i o'er lb.
2fWe are authorized to announce H.
W. P. WooTTzif as a candidate fir the. office
of Justice of the Peace of Bjaajo 0jwn-l
shifj, at the ensuing August eyfcOon.
We are authorized to announce Hiram
G. Edwards as a candidate forths office of
Justice of the Peace of Cuivre township,1
at the ensuing August election
We are authorized to announce Lewis
A. Collins as a candidate for the office of
Justice of the Peace of Buffalo township,
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Nimrod B. Ed'
wards as a candidate for the office of Justice of
the Peace of Bufiaio township, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce John C.
Basye, as a candidate for the office of Jus
tice of the Peace of Cuivre Township, at
the ensuing August election,, - (
We are authorized to announce ueo. n,
Conder, as a candidate for the office aJus
tice of the Peace of Buffalo Township, at
the ensuing August election. "
Iff We are authorized to announee Hcou
Ai.le. as a candidate for the office of Justice
of the Peace for Cuivre township, at the ensu-j
ing August election.
JWe are authorized to announce M. S
Price as a candidate for the office of Jus-
nA hoof. ' , U4nvshU of nmuebu$ IiqvidfCompo Ukr V
tice of the Peace of Buffalo Township, afihas abo a large variety of linnen and t'10 !JM
the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Jamea E
Glenn, at a candidate for the office of Constable! J1JTD
lotVifafiaJ tewtnMp, at thr eMutflg-Rfiiftut elec
5We are authorized to announce William
J. Doac&n as a candidate for the office of Con-
Ubl of Indian Creek township, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce John
Magee,as a candidate for the office of Cor
oner of Pikecounty, at the ensuing August
J3We are authorized to announce Johm
Gbimmet, as a candidate for tlie office oil
Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next
We are authorized to announce Thomas
D. Shy as a candidate for the office of Con
stable of Buffalo Township at the ensuing
2"i"We ate anlhorired o announce D. A. G.
Steele as a cmdiiblc 'o- i.e odice of Consta
ble 01 Pono lownship, . t (he ue. August elec
33" We ai'eul!ioii:c( lo niinonnue William
P. Wiccle-wobyb cndhlpie .V the effice
of Constable of Cuivcr o wnsliip, t i be next Au
gust election. .
will offer for sale, before the court house !oor
in the town of Bowling Green, on a credit of 1
twelve months, and on the first day of the next
August term of said Court, the following descri
bed real estate, belonging to the estate of Silas
Rhea,doceased, lying in said county, viz: N.l-2
of lot No. one of N. W. or. of sect, six (6) T.
53 R. 2 W., containing 40 acres also, S. 1-2 of
lot No. 2 of the S. W. qr. of sect. 81, T. Si R.
2 W. containing 40 acres, and lot No. 2 of N.
W. or. sect, six (6) T. 53 R 2 W. containing
Therpurchuer will be required to give bond
wiu gooa seounnr. . .
: HAMILTON I- KHEA,
. Adm'r. Silas Rhea, dec'd.
July 10th 1848.. ,:.
23" We are authorized to announce Jobs A
Ttaoaa as 9 candidate for the office of Consta-
ble of Culver township, at the ensuing August
election. , ,
We are authorized to announce TvMTRhea.
as a candidate for the office of Constable of Culv
er Township at the ensuing August Election.
We are authorized to .'. announce John
Tract, as a candidate for the office of Con
stable of Cuivef township, at the ensuing
August election. ;
TTaRY GOODSA good and well select-
9 stock of snrina and summer Goods. whfcK ;
:n v. .ji . .... ' rt
wui w mam a reoucEiLJinces lor cast or era
tfmev'rrv.i r ?w V U E SLOCK ft. CO;
m- : . .. .
We are authorized to announce Hist ' Suoz-
makeb, as a candidate for Justice of. the Peace
in Buflalo Township, at the ensuing. August e-
VVVIVUI ... .1' '
' 'ClBjinT ATTQRNEY. Jv
We'uare reeruested to state that A. W.
Lamb, gsq,, our present Circuit ; Attorney,!
will bsi candidate to refil that office at
the ensuidg election.: ibt Noveabet. "The
counuea-eompoaieg tnia, iw wiruuuitM.i
circuit, ere Marion, Ralls, Pike, Montgom
ery, VVirren, Lincoln and St Charles..
VWsj tri attthorized to tnnbmjce Colnin-
bus F. Kirtlev. Esd.. as a canditfafeTr
the CSce of Circuit Attornayla the' third
Judicial District, at the ensttici siBCUon in
November. -. '- r'l
Valuable Farm '(birSale.
Thb subscriber.' Imnr nine miles 'west
of Louisiana and eight miles nortkof Bow-i
lintF l.reen. on inn rnaA laiHiiia'fiMiiii Tmimir rti
to Spencerburg, offert at private aleUh) FaraJ
k , .r . a- -r : a. wl,l
oh win." 119 iiuw rcsiuci. - paia imrm 11. wen
situated, containing about I60acrea, 55 acres in
a good state of cultivation, with plenty of water.
The improvements are comfortable: sucV aas
hewd-log house, tobacco barn, "stables; crib, fee,
with a good apple orchard. ' For Jnrther infof-
mation call on the subscriber on the prsraises
WILLIAM JEANS. '
July 31, 1848-3wl7. ;; v ; - i
V A CARD; v V '
DO. J. D. WOUBASt ' 1:
TTAVING nermanendf located at the 4
rl Springn, 5 miles West of Bowline Green,
and near the Piseah Church, respectfully
tenders his professional setvices tethe pub
lic. His capacity in the treatment of Can
cers, Scrofula, and Phthisic, has been suffi-
cientle attested where he has practiced, to
insure him success. . - I : v'i'
His terms in the treatment of the above
diseases , are cash for the" first visit . No
further charge until a Ture is effected. I
rue county mo. -, swld
July 14th, 1848. -
Beef! Beef! Beef!
TO the citizens of Iou-
isiana ; v- j .''
The undersigned pro
pose to releave ' the in
convenience labored un
der at present by the citizens of our town.
in ouimning a gooa article 01 iresn meat,
by opening a regular market in C Jackson
& Bro's. ware house, on every Tuesday,
Tharsday and Saturday mornings, whereJ
they would be pleased to supply their friends!
and the town generally. . r v
McALISTER & SHAW.
Louisiana, July, 31, 1848. s
SPRING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN
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FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT JILL
wuv .uiu mi Mireo mootnal ana LQa tcr rw
ndved the folkrwingwrtf&froaaUrtsiaH
oct c persona who aed
S.M0 packagea ef'Da. SToait;CA$V?
sold in three jaeni&it and the'; aiect. 're-v
' We the nndersignedchiaena of 'lville.x:Wr ?uS -
County, I1U having , nted tbe tadlci'sa A-j? ' 4 i 3 V.-'
u DrvrBVSeoteXsjeih CMy'-Ai :
i by HWade. af St. toui. Mo' 3?$?;&,-.& v--
cheerfully testi.'VtoiU enuecy ase reaiedy. fos" .
" isreasi aiiH.i.ung, anav We re
commenaK 10 tne publieas a eafeeiid agreeable vvl
oompouhdX: V;-v .:- ;;- . ""'31. c-i'"
tC J. HOlSTSi jlSdhodut
t LB;'CABAUNE,JlW!ifc f fivii r
ot J; rapier,. -
W. S. FJJEMINGfcJ Led. .
utmij uiucr. iw jjzDfotts lomeauon. .- k .
have thoucrhtit unaMdrsaarr toaSif : -t' J
tificatk from individuals in att cases, as W
Chaseriarfl nnahl. tn infnm fhl. L J ' ,
actual eWence of most of the imair TWiH
" --luwmi aiMipiillu llh JSBtOr
toofiar my RstimoBy to theroffictoy of- the rJj
lee known asvv. Stoma Seciei Couoh TGmAn
And in dicgW,'l ai&'actdafad h ur
benefit others h, aur be aufferHfe Kv wiJea
was laboring unfe, severe e: k 'for loawv
time, which threined ftrfoas , mr JLte 't
tavingmedmanjerreffledie, '4Js,r''w'"i i,
dy, puredfromehbw,l;3 -? W
& Ctr,aild fcaveryiprttuneshe was ttStU v 1
ly relieved, and si. good heaftfi: -My" - ' ' v-C - -&T, t
errant wa. "v Buuuwuyita a severe breast-:..',.-. ;.
ccaplaint, and she eXperttyefl almost knMedW -7 (MjSzf
ate relief ; from the uV trrif Vafaabiv
resaedy ; . t.fitsMMfty,
Tlie action of Br. Storm's Scotch
1 . f ' . - it r. l.-
ay awer verymaieria-iT ir ra any cptB- "
child Irritation, but operating as a very
potge; it keeps the stomaoh and: oow
healthy oondiubn, leaving the patient an appei
wmca lew ewer Lougn nixrarea eooia iKpariA .
We have no disposition to injure tne VfttJosr c--
IT F ai1aiAi!KAa. hast ?naif a.l1An t.tt Wm
1 ready large supply of READY MADE,? Pulf njedidne, bat in 3
n nTur vn 1;; ..r a r u world, we will give it as our 'honestf optakjo?-
and business doth coaUt black -and fi-nreAfdbre obserraUona of eleven years isjr-
casimere panU; superior Mack satin veste; silk, "f"0'"' JmTffhi
beaver and neutria hats; shoes
a.. U. front .nit r.n.in. linnen "Muf ttndaiCV 10 OettTOtt lot lUnlihy I0M 07 W,Wi
...(.. t. .t.:. ..j 'ortran of the human nstem, ' .:U-J ;''''. v" , '
Jtogether with agood supply oITJRY GOODS', ""J"!".. . ru'$srtf ,LV ' l.v-?l?v.
K which he wiirseTI as low as the Umes will-F-0 " P" "T-irr r'V - vft
loossiblv admit, for Cash, countrr imiAif;"1"1"" FWlWK .il
to punctual customers on time, . ti medicine can do towards the Jf; ; . v: II,
To dress vourself from ton to to.
i yourself from top
Right down to my house you should go;
For, to you bargains shall be sold,: ' vC
tor country produce or lor gow. :
. JOSEPH RICHARDSON
Louisiana, April 29th, 1848.-, ; fV
EW SlERClJiTILE F1EI1;:
W3I. LUCE & co;
RESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public, that they have' purchased
the new and elegant stock of Goods recently
brought to this market by Dlcjiay & tO., to
wl.ich they invite the attention or dealers.
It is their design to make all necessary addi
tions, from time to time, so as to keep constantly
on hand a complete stock of Dry Goods, Groce
ries, Qvetnrwart, Hardware, &c. to suit all class
es of purchasers. Their Good are of the best
quality and latest stylej and.iheir prices shall
be such, as to insure satisfaction, for they have
determined to not be undersold by any establishr
ment north of St. Louis. .With this determina
tion, they flatter themselves they will be able to
make it to the interest of purchasers to give
them a share of their patronage. Call and ex-!
amine for vourselves, "for it is no trouble to
them to show aoods." " Their store is 'in the
bouse formerly occupied by oicKay Smj mel
lower door of Draper row, on Water Streeti.
where they would be happy to, receive calb iTkl
Louniana. Miv Juna 12th. 1S48. V' v- A
N. B. To farmer! and others, they, wauWiay
they have a large, and oomnrodiouaareAouse
where they will carefully receive aM forward
r- r -, - ITS A4B BW.
Louiiiana,-jHly U, 1848,
.i , , . i
r; v ftStf ctaaKsea-.
t aioak of SsaaUeTE.
ifacturinlr every de-
TTANTED, 1CD450 bs. Jcon, 6,000
rtobeto' Wheat.-;;: ,;: - -v U'l '.
"jht-tw. Fresh Butter, forivhiei
the highest prices wUl be paid
spam a, BtaaxLT.
soription of&adt a'J ."ieeat-tha'old stand of
fiewnam Jt.AileX.-" 1 toll kp every va
riety ofoot na Sbcrbsfiadisgs, sola and;
uppf leather Fhiladelphl iBktnsi pegs sc.,
and beg a 49 assura il may Ikvor them I
WHii ueir Bironrgs, fiM wwaj rwj on
jrgrpii9e sy isea cemg; oi tarn Ty inm vwt
smAoflB iBihnty. 'JUf$i9i
winded fa all cisij-V j J-i'VK
atns-oooisfir" r . m sor- Eoo.es-
Matte it fahareef
A sthma. Bleedinsr of the Lbt Pain ia the Side
and Breast, Difficulty of toaHoarsetfeas, ;
and all other avmntoms of! Caauaotioni. i" Vi j,
T5-Ordra from the Cbai itmorepplicaHoas:;
for Agency, directed to ' x:sr.J, H.' BAR
NARD flr. BRO., GeoertI Aj ntsNovMO Hia
street St Louis, Mo., fW .won ' prompi . . ; V vv, J
attention. . -,: fitry- r v vii 4
2JFor sale by DrtgjUts jMe?ally. 'Itmayl? ' ;.
also be obtained of any feepeetabM ctntty fcer- : ; -r' i .;
chant the South or West-V' .' .w ? " ; j;? 4
r" To avoid coanterSiits. oaf readers would -
do well to inquire for Dr, STORM'S "SCOTCH ( !
COUGH CANDY, prepared by HasiHoa Wade.4
zU ijouis, wnoee wnnesi raignawe ia ws u
wrapper. A:f- y:.
ir A liberal dtdvdto JincvwxtdeaUrui
starch 13th, 1848. 5; ?v 1
Thi 'undersigned having had their Card-1
ing Machine "put in comnlete order, are
now ready to receiye Wool,' ad will ca0
at the fallowing; prices s ' -' i
White wool it 4 cents, per pound -v-
J a. m . . - .... 1. m . .;V1, .-t
juixeo,ai i cu. per. ?i . - .-.y..'v
-r AM won! Uft wkh hs will be carded
nt mediately.. GEO.WENKS & CU :'-
jjouuvMnot JXHhJiiaM sows 1040. ttj.-'
" '. V -.
WlTfirX: Clothlnj 'f
ilv.to examinavthflir eonda. --J".-1 W HT.'rSS
AQ kinds of country produce atJiberal prieesr store, where voa can get a full suit of 'clothes
........ . rV - ..j- - I '. 7 ' . - " . j - J , V
will oe laxan m exenange tor gooos. , . -
n sii iitiib at Vu
or verw luu. uiuiic t a - . . .
Ha ka f aU. ftntl. VaSTS ana D-tirU Ortut ' I
sorts and sixes earafully' selected 'bv hiasJlf. j'-; ,?-4'v-..sr:-...-exsresslv
foif Ht market Hia estabEUhinent i A--:
tson Georgia', between Water and Main streets, ; v ;
Iiuaiana, w-re he wouia oe nappy 10 eee w r.- .
'frlettdaehi tlaitora geiwraDy. .; - v - ? ' ', .-n":
April 7th1.84 - 't' -
THE undersigned wish to purcbaselnaie- -diatelv.
TWENTY-FIVE Hhda. Geon
Toaaceo, 'for wh'ith the highest market priosf'C;
will be paid u Cash. - -. 4,-. :; v,
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.Jt LIST OF LETTERS
Tl lf AINING in the Post Office at Ladai
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