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vchijes, ready and willing to vote
Ilv uan calling himself a Re
.can. ~ho comes before you for
: "sfrm:-''s" Southern Senators
s, amnensty for rebels-men
S, !th highest crime that can
r etratel in a nation-prefer
: jutice and protection to
r" . . i. ,,rie .kment in the South,
I o I.,1,p'rtunity offers the col
l shoiuld see to it that
.. q:at,)r nor Representative
i r misrepresent them in
.. , not vote for a mem
,'.r,,'s who does not aid in
: F. -, juality before the
I11.l: SLFFRAGE.
a l ut of the Trii,,,iw,
S ti · enune, makes the
,,, t attempt we have seen
:: il: (,f the working of
.,:: in \Vyoming Terri
;"t 1,e ,.aiies hiImself to fur
a .,i ,f illustrations, for
:, 1, w-hich he vouches,
- ti,.· ,ir to draw his own
. :.: . , :cri'bes the pas
f thi at to the fact that the
:.ar, w: lar ,ly composed
. lr, "hoi wihdsl to attract
:. t, the T1 rrit, ry., wives being
rI.C.. c:l m ire doubtless in
!t ,f t.ing that humorous
Slulic q,iestiols not uncom
.vI tnw communities. The
. ,:n tab n under the law was
..::: f a female justice of
,. 1 ,. a umarried woman, who
,i..\ .in questions of fact
... ::-:.. but was completely
I ' , ,ln(estions of law, with
n:.:..' tuts the unamiiable custom
::.,r t, Ither her; and the
.:: -, alter argument, were in
:.:bit f re1tiring and settling
controvericts bIy a game of
Su-upI while the "court" was
u.-g up her mind, or rather
:i :tring her judgment, for she al
agr cd with the last speaker.
.. u crttkd her own husband
*. g drunk and disorderly, but
Y i:,1 to adjourn for an in
. ! lut for the purpose of
S hng What the correspondent
-1 ' maternal fui:ction." The
t ing was very orderly, and
i.t:!i jiurymeu were stern, but
Stat:e of husbands and chil
L: l _ :labout the door of the
u.t -r, l. . \:,tiinig for the mother.~
,,1 iv,. t ., ,,n, off duty and at
t , ti r, ,!: r and the washing,
: !,peful or edifying. It
i -:i 1 that there are plenty
:.i..:1, il woment to serve on
l:: le justices of the peace,
, r i uc obijections to them of
r lll lnoless serious nature;
\\>. of the woman's chainm
~,ig to proinounce married
di'alu.ditied? The Wyoming
u: i:t, indeed, wears a little
i:.1il mlce of a farce; and a
i.,, in older communities,
S:;," to be funny. Would
- :! , l for MIr. Wilson to col
-', more.iii facts, and reason on
ii. ,I) e pushes his bill ex
-.:: f,:ale suffrage to all the
S:al I T'rritoiies ?- 'The Nation.
I":,. sir," said a poor Ie
*. I; .nli(dt, "you're marry
" t!,, wong woman.
: mild," replied the minim
 ,:n (settle that after
r,.,!, wnlt to a party at
:. P)l1.'pper had assembled
• !,. .. .Jhrrold said to his
.'n pl',plr, how glad you
' I e all your friends Inus
"' Iiiiow' the prisoner,
. \%(s, to the bone."
' h:" " . rlacter?" "Didn't
S::,iv." "'I)oes he live
': near that he lhas
" fr tirwood in eight
1l i R AGENC.
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Jan. 2;, '72 ly
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1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prizv of 1.000
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Sprise of 1,000
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1 prize of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prie of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
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1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prise of 1,000
1 prize cf 1,000
1 prize cf 1,000
1 prize o 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize cf 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
1 prize of 1,000
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50 prizes of 500 are 25,000
317 prizes of 500 are 63,450
440 prizes amounting to $280,450
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Depot,No. 176 Canal street0
PRICE $18.
New C'rleans Home Manufacturing
Company.
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