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JlwnrJ . ! Snh of illaa. 1 alro
u.pc ioliciir.1 nml naii.hcilnB piiaranieril.
H I.KI.UHiS i IIA U8.
January U, 71. IKota.
I1IAVK LOST or MI8I.AIH CEIITIFI
CATK. No. a"..V.,.,."i."i.l, iMitrd 10 lIJ
"infx. fr 31 Arrfu of Und, by 8. t'runby.
Com'r lii-nrrnl l.mit Offl"'. cVieniber
5!Sih. 1SVJ, ll IipIhk lb I'ulnralrd balance
of 1140 Acrm, rcriilirol luc. 10 II. IlinK.
No. IK, by lbf Uoiirdor lud I'ontMilMiinnchi
of Sabine t'o y.
If not beard from williin lb lime prei.
ciih.d by ln, Nolle is llfril.y 0lc, Ibal
I will Bpi'.v to ilie proper auiboritiea fjr a
Diiiilicuio llioi-cof. ..
1 JOHN 8. CRIFFITH.
January I I, 1871. :Uw.
1IIAVB I.O.ST lh 4ll A erf Colony
llvml-ltiubl rcriifiunie of rtenjnmin
Il-coiiH, X'J. i-ill, t.'lua HI, iniied by F.
J. Wliilo, ruuiniiimioiior of Land Oflice,
Februarv l.'.ih, 1 ; nlso, ilia Dupliraie
lionniioii Warrant of Joint Smith, No. 222,
unpinal Xo. 421, for 4H Aerei of Land,
iHnurd bv I'. Clark, t;ommiioner of the
Court of'ciuinis, Sept. IO1I1, If not
found witliiu I lie limo preaoribed by law,
1 will apply to the proper authority for
Duplicate.. W. II. WITT.
lMlhis, February 25lh, 171. 24;9w.
A. FREER! AN,
Who lias Juil lt'P.trtnd from A'tlro;.,
ciiijpiis ut Hiii- iit:'.-:'
1 and the stir- US&M
rounding emin- v-i
try, that ho 1ms fiSf-4yW
made arrange- V!
1IUU.DINU mi -'
the ClMXKK of EI.M and .1 liKFKUSOX
STUKKTS, DALLAS, where lie expocta to
be ready for Work on or about Ihc22d inat.
Ho is prepared to do all kinds of Wor' in
bis line, ami invites an iusfeclion of bis
SSgr Instruction in th' Art gienn al Moderate
Dallas, Texan, February 11, 1871. 22:lf.
FAS! ilo ABLE TAILOR
fllHE UXDKUSIQNED rea
JL peolfiilly idrbrmsthePuh
lic that he has lately arrired
at thia place from Zurich,
in Switzerland, and has lo
cated here permanently.
Ho ia rndv todo all kinds
of Work in his profession in
the moat workmanlike man
ner and at reasonable rates! and invites
every on in need of CLOTHING, to glee
him a call.
Month alile of the Publle Rqaaro, two
door below JcflVrao Street.
J ACOII FKETZ.
Dallas, January 7th, 1871. 17:lf. a
RESIDENCE FOR SALE,
ON 033 AVENUE,
THKF.K BLOCKS FftOM PUBLIC SQ.,
C 1 L K N D I D BUILDING, with eeeen
O Rooms, Closets, ic. The above is of
fered for part Cash, balanc Janaary 1st,
1872, or other good ileal Kstate. '
Also, on 20-IIorte Power EXG1NR and
TOILER, with Fixtures, complete, aod in
perfect running order. -
Apply al lh Otlic of T. C. JORDAN,
'Banker, er at the City Mills, I
ULAICIIAMP A TERRT.
Dallas, February 1", 1871. iffttf.
riMIE CXnKRSltiKF.n lrp Iniva to aanoeae.
1 tliathr will kxale l.nd C-rliaralM of HT
kitMl, na tltr (mi VM-ant Uiidii to t IbnnS. py all
njih. wp t.t trntiRf . anrf rwlv. fHtj-mmt la
ne.kMrt-:fc i-f tlw laml. Mr will lo inmsMt that
Hi. I. Ml .kill I liM-aled an-t Af-ld nti rvtarmd Ia
1 1h IrflRd OSirw.. IMnf ktr l'atnt, vlthhl 4 nnvitk.
tlrr Ik rv.titi.-alr. r .lt In hi halMlll. T.y
liMmla k limine ffiuM l m'tr ly a aV-4 to tn
l -n.tl, ml tfc, Uud Irat. Itaw Ijr na IrVil f tke
l mM atrlli-eH, that It la anil Sat ken Sr
mim ttmr tirae It hi IhU kwtmaa. HavHic,
withHl Ike kwt rr MMmtka, loratMl tnr mm
fiMiidrr arrlktua; aaitl ha. mr aone t a haavj pm-
rw Ik fro fiiiae nil I mrr ln.rNBtka. Iron.
. Ih tiar..aM f-.a nil.M.rrM Mtalha
n-at iicti.t a. -. rai.k k-atkiti w w ima. k I
la rrrimirf l a-t IV Wai lMtfa,M ba nn)
Ha m fftaraal I., tneala I . rr- .(mknttfla. f
kallraal fwrlikrakn. , tka .Mat ajoatigr wbant
rrnHla Ian-la, al ak.wl a-.1 N.
n.H ftn4 kM. mlrtiatia, perUA Van tltlaa.
a. atfMI m in, B'in tj ... I. Ilia
1 ' i ISS IBtSl tIlla"TwaaSti
s. far . hM t. ,
..f tb-a. a ku Lata -taiaM . tana.
tkaaaaaa. Iwj rr-a-1-nHf.
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SaninH T. Vaal.i arat T I B'rra. r -na., JaSkr
a". W.rwa. iwnn : lr. I . B W rrall. anatln; Ha-;aa-i
K TH. aiai W t fl.-, a-r. pa , aavaa.
fa. Va m . A. T. .a-lkan. VI . tl I'rtna an4 St.
S.n-nr. l-a. TaTatit. Hanratnl. T-.aa: I'M.
J '. n-.. H- m fia..e. fir. w. tl
-, . r : r . r, . 1. fc. t. n-mtt, laaltna.
Tr.a-.a, 'J i-.kat IsTO t lf
I rests III Ualll I IH4.
An van weirkiag fw aaa, derliag-ai jea
Unkieg Hi""' ...
(W .M ik.ab I tj U aaaoag kjr k pel
aLa. k t
VI; kill uk glW irtMM
ar liaa itm aptta.
I (lw Mia r i J '
Vaar Hnml lata aiilifi4 by acaa aara
kkJ kauti iliaaail
p ,kt ,1,1.1.1 Ka biiiP u it. r.
Jlau ika IHL
, TaoM u.f aagtr MJM fur a Hula !
I jraa Wkiag daaaaanl al lkl
.UaJ.r .U.i riag.
l UtSS" P '
Vuaara ikiakiag at Ik kiM Ik.l ar4
.ma i.ur dear.
( ,r uiKktJ jwar yal, aaj I
A oolJ iloa laia It falling, aaj Ik alihl
I ii d4iaa oa.
i Our 11 1. ilrrp nalarJ wlik erlaaaa, ll
wrapl anoul aiy aioi,
I ba It alib aiy lift-Mood Ibrougk
ibia balile-day alarai.
Mr rMi b., Im-a .Ural; w b.. oaly
! TI....I. IUB ara not lartrl I lite
1 ial( i, kt ii tadi, ...
1 1..1 Tour Br ivhuvi, -
iTa boik lrvrt anJ lean
I To your wril-biloit4 cnniiaaldn,
I frirad tt early yaara.
May they turn to you ia ble.tlnge-niay
me darlins aeterknnw
A si'nple tear more bitter than Ihot for .
e which Bow I
Wbe will toll her of my rate? I ata dying I
Bo yearning for on lender look, out gen
tle pilyiug tone ! i
I thought te bring back honor, and lay It j
ai your feet ;
t thought to win a glorious mine, and .
wbinMr, ' Share it, aweel !" j
Hut dying eye tee clearly; I tieVcf Woa ,
Well, belter so, far belter It is easy now
to part ! ,
Titer are many moaning round me, but
my Wounds have ceased to pain ; 1
I hardly bear lb night-Wine or feel the I
chilling rain. .
They will find me her to-morrow, and j
bury tut where I lie
In a namelete grave, without a prayer
and I am young to di 1
lint it mutt he so, my darling 1 if you were
by my tide.
You must kiss me a "good night" the
last before I died,
Farewell I tiod ehicld you, dearest I and
sometimes think of mo
As you sit in your tunny window beside
the sparkling eea I
I think lho tcelitnony of the greatest
and best men lends conclusively lo show
the influence thut good women exert at
wivea and mothers, sister and friends
an influence far wider and more universal,
as well lis tnoro permanent, than that ex
ercised by seltixh and treacherous women,
who are false 10 every instinct of their
womanhood. False women, lying women,
deceitful women, may luepire passion, but
it is always short. lived, and destructive to
its subject. They do not win confidence,
or sympathy even, from those who sncriHee
the moat tor them. Mara Antony rounti
no rest with Cleopatra. He probably ctined
the day be saw hor but he oould not resist
the fueclnation for the lime, although In
his heart he may have loved and certainly
respected his wifo more.
It ia t lie women Who win men by false
arts, by affecting 10 he what they are not,
by flattering their vanity and pandering
lo their weaknesses! Who compose the ma
jority of unhappy wives, and of Women
whom tueu natter out do not marry, wno
destroy the confidence of men in wouieH-
who obiciir., it is trlie, by cajolery and
trickery, the means to Come to the surface
and dieplay tho gauds they value. Hut
men not nnfrcqiienlly fling money at them,
because they can give them nothing el-ie,
beoauo they know them ns unworthy of
their confidence, esteem snd nest aoeettoii.
Men generally start in life with an enthu
siasm for Women aud worship of the purer
morality of which- Ihey ennaidertlbcui the
representatives.. . What do they fiud
Girls Willing 10 aell themselves to the fiitt
man that comet . along, for their bread and
butler Women dependent, and tkerelora
cowardly, habitually hiding themselves,
and resorting to all aorta or artincca 10
gain their end, evea When th object la in
small as a dress or a ribbon. Do you think
that men do not aee through all this? , Do
you thihit they can respect the Woman who
thus lowers herseir Burety not. -iney
mav marry such, but see'ng them at the
bead of their household, their weakness
and selfishness reflected and perpetuated
in their children, do you not believe that
they must curse their fully in being caught
by the fhir oulaide, and remember with
pain and longing some truer heart, neg
lected for the tale show nf the empty cas
ket they purchased .'Jenay June, in
Deniorett Magaiine. , . ..,
A man in Sacramento has brought lull
te r.covertweaty thonssnddollaredamage
of a neighbor who ealled biea a hog-thief.
We suppose it will b neceeeiry to produce
ia court the hog which that epithet implies
that he stole. ' If the animal be not readily
obtainable, plaintiff will himself be a toje
rably katisfactory substitute. A man who
will tbarfc a.aeighkof twenty thousand
dollar fur the staple luxury f calling
him a bog-lbief, anil hate the porcine la
ttinct pretty well developed.
" Would yon pine, mem, aid Bridget,
HW f d like yt te lindne rkaloaa of your
white dreaa, to wear a party.. 1 d hat
lo be askia' ye, fr VorroWed ciotke aiver
Ct me Ilk my ewn."
" Come, don't be timid," said a eon pie of
fooiiak eilebt to twe aseehaares ; M sit down
...I . .milMa atnr naiiinlan W'd I
bees n blow ear braiat vat ta de tbat,'' j
was tne repty.
. Ileransa the. word telagrsnn bu eeiee
into general , writer ia the Ciaciaaati
CossBierBial etapeeeewe (ad ny cablegram
ia a gosd erard tea. Tk pkotograsa af taa
Cotsmereial enter troold be a valuable ,
aee-nititiaa t a riatag piclara gallery.
A Kaaeaa paper, deploriag the prcra-
l..M.r -mrimoBT in lhat Utaia ear.: '
. -. a ,
" It WiU k tint yet kefer tra will i T
j . - - ...
be loag anoogh ia lie en, and it i at-
aliag a ttow all tfcrea .amed folk ar I
nitfuUvi.' . . ' i
A VeTBvanl aid aaaa, ekt wee " g
bearied waea aot drnok,' poia.ed a h
gaa at kia aoa. Th boy re-pee Jed wiik a
edle-gaa aad kecasM aa srphaa.
t twc Bab. Begging for a
rr th Uu. "' 1
lit ruiTSMIu t" Ail'R"'
The Triuily river, from Magnolia
... Il.lt... I... a inu.l luiltom IIU
ami at reams ompljr their aaiul lar
r..r MlMI mile!
lit' wuUT lino ma
(Trinity, Mow lalla. N hoaU
' aiKmi iro or iur -A'""-. '
I . ... 1 1.. 1. t. -... altil Anlt
1 Willi WIIIIO rTK milium, ni-o j
fbr a few yarJa in longMi. ruo
Krtntot oUiado in tho uar Trin.
iiy la tha ovwruanjiin( timber. II
tlm limU of Ilia Iroi-a wm loppwl
off au a to nllnw amok atufka to
im without Injury, and thuamallcf
t-liuia at Iho l a.l of ilia rnft, near
ilia moutli of Kh1 Fork dninnifd
I , ,0 row iUt) w,0o volume
J water ,l.r...,l, lh. larger c.,,....
ativtniy-liv Ittil wkio,
woulJ mule a ucvom Pir1 at um1
aix nioniha in tlio year. ( ihuie ia
i tn quvktion of thia. Well, wlmt
would bo tlio mlfutilAitof ia tho
flrat nuoNiion ankiM. In roplr tu
, .1 , w . wo wnt , t,0 lumber
i .... ..'.-il.l.. Ia Imilil
i lioiiaca nml foncea in one of tlio
prairie eountriea in the
Thia will by amall ex-
nlnn liililtiAll raAllt
-".muro ..ring '
I tlio lower eouiitiek to bnild liouaoa
1 for m'ttlrrj. A MOOD IIS WO COt the
material for aliolters we win men
got population when v gel pop.
ulnllon we will eel proilui-era when
wo get producer we will then linvo
I something for railroads to occupy
; , wit) Xhero in no an
tiiifoniwn bolwoen rullroiids and
rivers. And aupposo tliero was.
Wo are inclined to iiutttrnliao thoso
moiioptilii's. Wo are lor tho great
pnt i(ond to tbo greutost tinmbor. .
Wo have nothing to say disparaging
Iho claim of any other Texas river.
If tltoy have morils in moio, f.no
IjogiHliitiiro sliould do its duty and
grant appropriations for thoir im
provement. If they haVejno fiioviU
then nolliing should bo grunled.
lint at all events the claims of tho
Trinity should not bo prejudiced
because of any othor river .which
may not hove a like claim to pttta
ron'ago from tho State govornmont.
If oilier Texas rivers have merits
in them, they outrlit to bo improved:
if nut, then it would bo a useless
expenditure to doimto anything.
If tho Trinity has none, then givo
tho Trinity nothing. If she has,
then foster tho enterprise because
wo need all conceivable auxiliaries
to develop tlio resources of tills
country and while you giant 8-5,-000
to build 0110 mile of railroad,
you can, for t ho same amount, build
three hundred miles of river. W.
The Stale Police.
Tlio transactions of the State l'o
lieo lately in Hill county and in
Huntsvillc, have produced u very
profound feeling of disliko to tho
institution in tho minds of many,
while they have had the effect to
weaken tho partiality of friends.
Their conduct, or more correctly
speaking," the conduct 'oTGeii.: Da
vidson, in tlio compromise made
With Gathings and friends is coV
tiiinly strango, if not positively cul
pable. 1 f Mr. Gathings was guilty,
what right had Gen. Davidson to
makeabargain willi him and release
him after paying a sum of money t
jfhowasnot guilty, is it not lip
parent thut Davidson had no right
to exact tho money from him?
Viewed either way, tho transaction
Was wrong. Tho Crockett Herald
In giving an account of tho difficul
ty atJIuiilNvillosuys that one of the
State 1'olico actually fired his pis
tol at Judge Bakur .who was stand
ing quietly in tins cout mouse yaru
at tlio time of tho melon there!
Judge U. was employed by the
friends of tho prisoners and that is
supposed to be the reason for the
murderous assault. Jndgo Baker
is known to bo one of tlio most
amiable and gentlemanly men in
Tho transaction in Freestone
county where Lieut Stokes entrust
ed an armed criminal to the rare of
Smalley, and he was killed by the
criminal, Hardin, was an ugly piece
of business. Stokes protends that
some friend of Hardin must have
given him tho pistol withfwhich ho
killed Smalley .while they were trav
eling on the road. Ifso.it shows
that bo guarded his prisoner very
carelessly. Gen. Davidson now
come before the Legislature . with
a petition to allow bim more men
and a fohd of nearly half a million
of dollars to carry on his system of
blnckmailing. .A erily--the -times
are out of joint - ptavasota Tablpt.
A- XlCK CALCtLATIOK.-r-A, !."-
kor's clerk, accustomed " to aifch
work, has furnished a" calculation
of what the compound interest and
principal of tho' Pacific Kailroad
subsidy bonds would amount to in
thirty years, the time the loads
have to run. .The principal, ncrng
all bonds issued to tho Pacific liail
road, ia $64,618,832 90, but the cal
culation is.baod 'oi k principal ia
ronnd hUmtierS OI ID,3"",W""
twelve yitrs the interest swx) fTf-
cipal wosld amount to tt2!VTeo,3
1 more than douhle tne ewisrinai
amount. In twenty years It woeM
I araontrt $2K Wlwenty-
five years, lo z7e,tJ,s)ti ; in inir-
a emn ir total TTineipal and in
. i i 1 - mt-n ire ismi t;r..
t...t I.a t70 476 1Zn. tietnif
"- i I
a.:i r.nn ood oriiritial nrincinal. and I
. - a -. .1
105.Sf76.1Z inieresi. II leiiv
.... ... i
ears after that, we principal '.
. , .onM amoant to VfrOTe
. rr,f n.tioiaI debt.
' , A raadicaJ paper says- It is wrons;
to blame Gen. Grant Tor making;
; tnoaer kone-tlr." Certainly it is.
, n wrosg w ""J - .
tk Of lie limi trCTeT ot VOtner- ,
. . I
I , ,'lte Ute ladleta. l'lM.
ni ,a.H.i.i.rei;'ik.iii. g-
lIUaiii nicvUf fit' kki cr
I aMkata, WlaeeBi ft l'at ae4
j faaraegr. wea-a krief aeeatiat i
I IMiUl.UJ J I
The drat information of the kill
ing wa communi.mti'J lo General
James Oakea, cominandiiijt at Port
Ituhnrdaon. by tlm stage driver, on
the 25ih ul January, whorcupon (he
General, wltli lit u.uni prompt
nt a. diapatolied lw scouts '"" ' . ll Hri of ilii- vi i v nbl.. rvprv.
tllatsly, oue lo go sbovo aaj lit :1l,l(ivo , ,( ,.uui at woll dervs.
other below, w th orders to ferret j trl(1tf of rt.s.HH.l ,u llie ,ollor,Hi
out the infornsl rsJ akut. snd 'ijj
terminate them i iKiaaible. I.lsuj. : 't(0 Sonate eiilotfii. were also
llothwit k. of the Mo Cavalry, with dl.,1Vl,rcJ a,.tVr,
dflaohniont of twenty nun. went (i)(o ,)V!(M.k Uv ,rirgo
to where the negroes were klll.-d. j niuV0( 1V()Ul ,.alllo( mm,a u,, of
on.Sall Creek, .13 mile from l ori Ml,0,m , ,,w i-0wa, liremtMi. ra-
Hit-hard tho J ort urill n ! (oU Vum the t.MillUirr Institute.
road. hen tho Lleutunant reach. , tUijto( j,,1,.,,,.,.,, limkillK
ed l l.o place, he loil a detail to bu- , M( ,o( t,,0 , , ,u(i,.ra,
rylhodtad.snd with tho balance ' Mio( uver wilnfui Au.
if the party continued m pursuit. ! jn
Here ho cougbt a glimpse ol tho red j h ,oi0mll lrod, Bn.l M Iho
devil In the dlatauee, and traveled I ,0)r mUKio of ft A0 ,ratA ,nl,
night snd day.- At daylight on tho ( nuw, (0WKrJ lho cj of ()l0
27th, h. overtook thirty Indians; 1 1 wm,m U0 roiminw Wor co.
when WltUln two nanureu jarusoi
them ha commanded hi men lo
Witnninni'a Arinef." which ordor Wits
voi -" , . , ,
hm v obaved The Lieutenant
oeunpy . mountain top snd tho
Indians in a cannon below. Ho 1 no. j
llced three or fourol the Indians I
fall from their horses at tho first
volley. He supposed they wpro ,
killed. The Indians held their po-.
Sitioil for several hour a.li kept up
a continuous firo. Lieut. JJolllwiek, .
Anillnir liiiiiMuIf 111 rather a close.
"; b 1
plucu, ttilemptod to relroat to a lot
of rocks, but upon, nesring them,
some forty or. -fifty Indians .w.l,,'
IOUII01 10 DO occupying tin ueiiiun.
whereupon ho retreated to another
position without drawing tho fire
(Mi! .. .
well armed and mounted, having
lonertigdf guris iHid six-shoolcrs.
They also appeared to bo drilled as
1. 1 . . i. 1 :. ....!.
understanding the modus operandi
Lieut. Uothwlclc received a wound
;.. h. f.iffi..ai,l.iarliii!h i-anscd him
to full from his horse, but, although nitics of the hour and not to com
woundod, he mounted again, anil j mingle my voi.-o in sympathy nod
tho Indians retreating, he followed condolence with lho friends ot the
for forty miles, but night overtook j lamented Amos Clark. I do not
them, and in tho morning, itliaving .propose, either will 1 attempt to
snowed during the night, the trail i give u biographical sketch of the
was lost and the chaso given up. I noblo dead, whose body now lies bo-
ln rnini' throllf? Ii the wootls lil.
B. roceivetl a severe injury, by com
Int' in contact With the limb of a
treo, when riding at lull spoeti. 1
His face was struck and severely
Iniured the left sido being badly!
hrniseil from which. togotner with
his wound, lie experienced much
The negroes were horribly butch
ered, scalped,, their noses and ems
cut olf, their bowels cut open and
tilled with cornmeiil, outof the wag
on which tho negroes had with thorn.
A dog and a horso were found kill
ed about Jialf a milo(from where the
fight tool, place,- JVom? which it is
supposed tbq negroes attempted to
make' their escape.
Bret Jobnson was found with In
dian's buir in fa is clenched liinuls.
and by lilm. about a hundred ex
ploded cartridges thrown from his
Winchester riflo. . Bret and his par
ty, from 'appearances,' fought des
perately! - Brot Johnson Is a colored
man, and well known on the fron
tier as a. noble follow. Ho has liv
ed there for tho past eighteen years,
a.id was tt. negro who knew his
placo, having been, before tbo war,
a servant, ot U. S. officers. He has
been known. Several times, to go
alone on foot into the Indian camps
nnd oithor steal' or ransom white
children, whom the Indians had ta
ken into captivity. He succeeded
in getting thros whit children, be
longing to ,Montgue county, not
jojig before his death. It seemed
to bo tiis' delight, to re-capture chil
dren from tbo savages, und bring
tlitm into the , settlements. Tor
these nets of chivalry henover ask
ed any remuneration. He was ono
of tho best1 shots, 'with a rifle, on
the frontier, and was a stranger to
fear. Ho lived at Tort Griffin, anil
wna an exeellentlndian guide. All
that knew tbo anfortunate, regret :
his loss, and say ho was a noolo
hearted man. .Thirty arrows were
taken fronV'the bodies of the ne
groes. fY -jo .g .:
Tooi.mseh-laiAlso fan not bo be
stowed apsit he gallant Lisntenant
Son the deternvnatlpn be manifested
to aivest th) murderous Indians.
Ilia iaen also displayed great cour-
, cdci-a bakes,1 i Wo yfficiont and
bio commandant of port Richard
eon, is always ready and willing to
send. liisa troops to the aid of any
portion 'of the 'frontier. He keeps
six scouts oat continually, and uses
every imaginable effort to stay
, The Indians of the present day
are far different to what they were
ream euro. Thf n bows and arrows I
mr thai nrincioal wearton of!
warfaroj to-day tbey are armed asionlynpon political questions, but ;
well an the United Stales forces,
.ndiH-rhaps, God only knows, by ,
UL.IJi.-1 I ' '
Since the above Bght look place ,
Gencral Oakes ordered a sab-Post i
. ... . . . i . . j
frairnaa ladiajs) . taMSway on alt 1
fferonS) attitima. a ina-j . . .
Tr. j til
mi at it ti.rn r un j . ll ll a i .j -
"Z. 7U , A. h' .
.ii aarinar ntt iiriatir r it-i aw
fll J3 sTraere. that on
. a .i
tbis same crrea ana near in. mwb
.i r.r4ar.d mkara of 1
L . i. ... B. . .i . '
. . . - 6 - -- -
-nr-a nt tbe.r Oeain w
- w..n a. ,
I.irt B,tkWk1e rs IWiTertre
lr.ua i.ia wound, and vta i iki Uu
per when fur liiluriiianl Ml lull
Mr llaa. Am I'Utk, Mivr (turn ik
N 4.;krt Ji.iiiri, JJ al AaMia aa
k VOik ut I'axiaiaaU. 1 ! rr.
atWai afik OaliMlua Stmt gitai ikt
flkaia( ik .ioff4if uf lb U
laiai oa iba uafatiua ;
la tlio H.mMr. Klmn rt.tj frtim
iiitiiiiiwrii'l n t'lid'cv uimii tlm ils
j , u , jj. , ,,,,,,
. . , , 1or t,u
reel ion of tho Ginnd Coiiiiiiandor
01 1110 .uneona. j nun una nnmorr
, ., . .....
of tlio Masons. Thus linn another
' ' 1
WM uuWvrwtty r'?Mct.
t 0M mMl ln lhu
y,m.toly htd lll0 ,,rilllh ofl ,,ie
,, Jf Sonftl,. t.,nr ,, tho
,('ujcan representniivo from
Mu'Illor(ft rrecil,ot) wl0 WI1S j
mJiJo (,ij3 ,a.,0M rp.
1.. ,,ie .h it .1...
nun K : 11 en, 1 iuhu iiu ei niwiinij
j'r Senator Clark, nor sorrow to
eX)rtiH JIo belonged to a parly
1 made up of bad men, and I cannot
therefore say I nm sorrv ho is : ship ol tlio land around mo iianmr
gone." The presence of tlio dead showed that no United States olli
.ilm,., nr..vint..il Coiii lliiu'ltiiis. ! cinls are involved In any Mi'ivalo
who was nresont. from wehrinir out
j , . .-.i,. 1P111.ti,.aa
j prjMic uml 0 wu loj
.....- i.u. 1.
: ijiiivsiT v an iiuivs t
Mr. Prksiukxt : I w ould bo do-
mg Injustice to my feelings, were 1
to remain silent during the solum
lore us, DeettilKO I coutti not uo no 11
1 dosired, for I tun ignorant of his
early history and career, and know
Hint oniy as a 1 cxan, 01 overuijuar
icr 01 a eeiiLur,) n rcsKieocit.
AmosClurk, tho hlisbaml, fath-
or, friend and statesman.
t r 11 11 II .
more! cnerab o, noblo o d pat. -;
ni.l. Ttn w.ieit tl.A non n.rt III It link
nrcli, you wore the connecting link
between tins and a former genera
tion ; you sleep to-day your lust
sleep, and have fought, nnd fought
well, your lust battle; and your
voice is hushed in death forever.
Mr. President Amos Clark died
ns you and 1, and every Senator
here would lovo to die ; ho died at
Ins post with his harness on died
in tlio discharge of his legislative
duties; and though over seventy -seven
years old, died in the full pos
session ofall his intellectual facul
ties. But, unfortunate for him and
bis people, bo died at the very time
which his country required his ser
vices most died before he had ful
ly reuliKcd tlio fact, that bis adopt
ed Stato was restored in the affec
tions of bis people. Yes sir, his
life went out just at tho beginning
of a new era. when day light was
gleaming, and the dawn ofa better
and happier day for his beloved
Stato was in the distant view.
JiOok, Mr. President, at his va
cant seat, clad in the habiliuients,
tho drapery of mourning, and per
mit fur once the tears of sorrow to
" I'iWim el ipu rirtutii creUlerr
Sine lacbrymaa duio risfluere."
Xo more will we see bis vencrn
ble form and noblo, manly face; bis
Voice once musics! with eloquence,
wit, burner and -wisdom, is hushed
in death, and no more to have nt- j
terancc within these walls. And I i
hone, and pray und believe, that,
I.!, .liannilioili.nl Btiirit. is to ilnv
tho glory world,
where political slrito iloes not oxist,
and tbo bickerings ofa life of tur- !
moil, troubles and Vicissitudes, are
terminated, in ono grand clyscum j
of reu and peace. What words of j
condolence und comfort shall we
send to his aged and loved wife,
who to-day aits at her borne in
Nacogdoches, anxiously awaiting
intelligence from her beloved, tho
iost husband; yea, the fi-'iend, ;
lunion and husband of her !
youth, in middle age, and all along ;
theiieclinoot life; sue, loo, tiooie ,
. -...i.i..:.. . n.i
niakron, ia vciieinoii; in ieM, tmu
' .. . . J. .
must soon loliow lier niisoanu inro I ine gmnu c-e.... - - i --- .TwM , glJ KtgrRlct BnJ M .
tbo portals of death, and to have a j feet in width and ia located he loonl 0r ,he cniir. community, flood
happy reunion in tho spit it land, j Market street front. Abe remain- wjB WM froBjptj arresied, and after na
il was my good fortuno, during der of tbo tjrOUnd floor is Subdivid- , dergoing aa examination before F.aq.
the Inst session oftho legislature, I ed into elegant stores, thecharacter j Wilcox r- ??
to room for a time
d freely, not !
Clark, and wo talked
upon domestic relations, and 1 snail ;
never lorjret one expression that
lei. irora uisi.p. ii maw nc
bad lived over fiftV-S X Vein with
the wife of his choice, tbc compan-
ion of hi joys and sorrows, ana tnai
during; tin long lime, vocre never
. . i . . a i .... i. i mm t tiara n b - r r-
. . c . , '
liau occarreu a worn or ej naum iu ;
. . . i
mar uivti , 1. 1 ... m v . v. --k
.i.. f W tl..ir
;, k.d Wn one T.lacid. nnreffled
mt"' aiw.m - , -
'.Vo? bappTne..' joy and con-
! tectment '
fa ... ,1.. tanrl ana
i-r,.awi?. uu.... ... ,
of twelve months, this is Ibeeccond
i . l..l r ,
- - ,
nu morr i.e titit " "rj"
tnTvLT. tribute ofresoect. and if
- i - , . ..
t!ioicmri airnifg o-jr. ;Tririfrarm.e. --. j-
I una. II uUijIil al IraM In nnprvn
upon u the solemn me. Oram ;
ii.r in ll tialura 1.1 lliiliira. we. Ivi.
iituel wMin iollotr tiuf ai tri,.n in
Ihe graf, 10 -llial l..r d'.lant
bourne Irrim wliini-" no traveler
Who mil l-e the neat Ktiialor
l e.tlli-!. w know not It may I
lie. I'r.i.ltnl. or II mat I hi
1110, orkouie fv-iiai"r Um my right,
or one umhi iho Icll tno Ihuig,
liowwi-r, i tvrlain, ll.al Ul'ore the
time lor which we were elot it-J e
ptrt't, we w ill lo tailed Umii, no
ilouhl. lo mourn the death ofsoniti
other brother Senator. Tho pale ,
horo and hi rider to-dar may Ihi
hoVering over the Capllot, w ith hi
bow and quiver rtady, In aeanh of,
nnollier vii tim.
Then, let 11, in the language of
liiily writ, keep our lump trim-
iiied nml burning, and when lho ;
bi'idegriMim t-omelh, let 11a bo
to go out and meet blin.
'tliir day, alas! our tnnrlal Jaye,
A re ebon, anil wretched I (hi;
'ti ll and few the patriarch eaya,
Ad welt the patriarch kaea.
'Tit but at best a narrow bound
That lleaeea all.vtt la men.
And peine and tie run ihra' lh rouod
tlf tbre-Mor year and leu."
ei.r.i.j,.i.i ,1,1- T..
V7T Tb I ailed Htaiei nirsmsbin Tea.
I f"r f"'ihf"" h-
hm., .n.ert.ined I... arrived
' aafe y .1 t.u..n. lUy, -a,, Wing-, with
.he I nl.ed a.a.e. iom,l..iuB b...rd.
.11 in good I.e.l.I,. The w.m of coaling
! " I'aIaed th te.sel us u.y. at
fam.na. A dispatch from S.u Domingo
; City, dated February :l,, .ays :
. ti... 1 v. ...,.;....;, n r.,nn,l tlmL ilm
, Inhabitai.t of llial peninsula gen-;
j erally favor aniiexiUioii. A full in-
Vesligation made into tho owner.!
transactions there whatever. l a-
! beas and associates and O'Sullivnu
1 mvu it perpetual lease, at a noiuiii-
! nl price, of nearly ull availablo wa-
! tor front lor largo vessel around
the harbor of Sauianu. lhero are
no valuable minerals in that sec-
lion. Tlio Commission landed here
this mornitiLr and were formally re-
ceivod by Pae. Wudo expressed men and those interested in our
tho character of tho object. Buer. town:
mid Cabinet gnvu a cordial welcome.", ''What fells us so readily lho stan
Buck said jictieo and a stable gov- dard ol'u town or city is tlio appcar
ernmont would follow a union with anco of ,iis paper ? And its youth
lho United States. Tho people , or its ago can iu well bo determined
were all anxious for union. Ca-1 by the observing as by a personal
brul bud no Dominicans with him. notice. The enterprise of its citizen
The commanders of the forco he j is depicted by ils advertisements,
was supposed to command were j their liberality by the looks of the
Htiytiens, and Ilayti wits the real ! paper. Sonto papers show a good,
mover in tho whole matter. He j solid, healthy foundation, plctnorie
had information that an incursion j purses, and a well-tu-do appearance
was to be made while the Coinmis- generally; others show a striving to
sion was here, to influence them,
"lull U.T lltlV, IU miiiuvmvm ...-l
, f , . , , d leBrnoJ
tho wholo movement. JIo express-
cd tho bono that tho commissioners j
would examine all classes, ami
I promised to cx'etid qviSi'y facility.
Five of the parly camo across the
island from .Satiiiiua to this place.
ThcC'timiuissioii find no appearance
of public disturbances or dissen
sions. The season is very healthy;
till! officers and crews of the Uni
ted States steamers Tennessee,
Nantucket and Yantic. now in this
harbor, are alt well. Tho Commis
sion will be here a week longer,
and Will probably visit A.ua next
week. Tlio stories of troubles '.here
are untrue. Tho Commission i.i
teiid to start homo in about four
Weeks. Baez agreed to give u safe
conduct to Cabral or any of bis ofi
col's to coilio hero and meet the
Commission, and messengers will
be dispatched at onco.
JQjrThe Ttehiout Opera House, on Tre
moat St., Ontveston, just eroded by Wil
liam Richardson, Esq., of the (Inhesion
News, was orencd on the night of Fobru- j
ry 24th, lo a large, gay and brilliant audi
ence. The opening performance was Sheri
dan's five oct comedy, of tho "School for
Scandal,'' the character of the dashing La
dy Tenilo being excellently siistit'lied by
Jlies Augusta Dnigoii, au uctresi df whom
the theatrical critique of the liiilietiu say.:
".Miss Augusta Duigon. ns 'Lady Teazle,'
wns, ns she always is, the 'bright purlieu-
lo,-.t,.r' nf nt miction. The onetime: ad-!
. u.i.tti i:- 1.',.. .1..
Uress, wr.i.en i.y .. "u.
.Newl, Was delivurea by Miss
Daieon, and aliogeiher the opening night
-i -- - - ; - -- -
Kawa g.vesthe foi.o-.nig ...sc. -.,..,oa o. .,.0
Tbo lower story is iron, tho up -
per of brick, with iron lintels and
, T, f Zlvanired iron Tho
rate and of galvanized uon 1 ho
building has ft t rencli or .Mansard
roof. It occupies a ground spaco
ofaixtv-five feet on Market Stroet
by one hundred and fifty n Tr
mont, not includ.ng an L which tie -
commodates scene and dressing
rooms, grcuu i., .iv,r. v
An.l aiIiap nnrnaaairv- aiTi)iirt4:nanccs.
...na j , ,
m, j ..... ;.. ...oni.-.ii, o
of whicti win nx me Tic.n.iy . t.u
lotion of lh. retail fancy trad, in
dry goods, pictures, boons, etc., ior
many years 10 come.
i asinp (. "
tht tpeclator sunt mmwu iu iu- j
. .! . r S- it. a.a.r...t
by thirteen lectin its narrowest
and twenty-two feci ia it widest
- . l -
nm r-r a- r-i i . .1 i . i .latiiv...- " --
.i..,t tainm whirk nt.
,. . r.u.., iafiflr-tiea fat
-.-- ' -
aiht ini-htm i trnirtlt. SU, inciaa-
h-ngtli, ana, inciaa-:
. .. . .
int-tkecirelcs. is a.xty-tive fctiii.
Width, k tk. tbickne ol tU
wails, which are of a.-sual sol,
Ir - anil s we Inir rwrrii incui e-1
-- - . . a, (
remark, the wool. I.nilding L.,
Kaa-a MiBctrncted wiUi SI Vie
ftrerigth and -4.fety. ihere't-op.
ceeos U At
In sM i
. .r ..cir
he partjuctlu and ilr.-n. rirvlo 11. fro j
' . m 1
j are iwo fitteri.., ram uiinwn icri
I In u idtli.
j Th alaj i. .fiour. Ilia entirn niotion lo ufer I'lipcp'e Me.
wl.lUi of the Ituildiui;, sd 3'J fift P Islioii In the Cuinmilli'o n rVdnral
' imhoa iienii. The piuavenium i45 1 lelntiona, of whii li lllair U f'liairjj
fret iu width. We ikt the form ' man. apoktoi Jllif tjurtii'k. kiaiiM'
ani pixiwrli..i. of I ha Theatre). Itjlliut liu wn in favor of the tliir-
liaa oerii futid, by experiment,!
that Hit Volte o ail aclor tan Lo
Iieanl, when imnlerately uel, (hi
fiv l in l'riiit ami 7.1 fiHl 011 cither
aide, a i in pin inliuUltoii that lite
voice will lo Jiallnt't in all pai ls of
Iho h"i'M, er. ti If iheailor ia at the
extreme rear of lho stage. The
otage, III all Ms npK.iiiifuenn, l an
Vork-lhe aino arrangement of
neneiy and tlioeHuio adaptation of
iiiodt-rn iiiaehiiu'ry. Theaeencaall
move In rubber roller, which
make ihcm noiaeleaa. The fool
lights are arranged for throe colore
white light, red light, I'luo light
! m thut i-flVi l, lho imwl curious.
may Mo readily prmiuce-i. iitey
ure eo placed aa to bu aul'u In the
ierfiiiier nod ilivlaildo lo thuapee-
1 11 tor. Tho gas IN 111 re are light.
ttiKty aiel airy. Mehavo already
iloM iibcd Iheeoenery and liop cur
tain, imiiiled by igllor .1rig011i.
We have no knowledge of any that
Is liner, .rrigoiu i an Italian ar
tist that ha paiuied and decorated
sumo of tho finest liotie in Ameri
ca and Ktiropc. JIo is nil entltuxi
atie uri i-t, and lakes a great de
light in bis profession.
The chairs ni l) similar lo those at
lkmlli's, and tiro so arranged that
when an auditor rises to ilepart.tlio
seat is thrown tut of tho way to af
ford space for the amplc.it drapery
lo pai out niti'iillloil.
The lessees arc .Messrs. Morris
nml Henry (ireenwall X Prince.
Mr. Ileliry (Ireenwall has special
charge of tho front of the house.
Mr. I'lintels in lite box ollice. -Mr.
Morris (ireenwall is in charge of
Tun Local Papkii Tlio folio
winif tribute to the local paper, from
' the Chicago Republican, contains so
much triuli that we ti'aiinfor it to
our columns, mid commend it to the
cnivl'ul consideration!)!' our business
contund with thegrusping thousands
l-uilt'-liu imih ill. tiu. nivm.
d tiu , lmrd t() wrunch
V. ...... .
out an existence from Lho close-fisted
community around them. An occa-
sional meteoric uispuiy
111 its col
umns of telegraph or local or of edi
torial show what it etui do if it had
the means, but it cannot continue i n
tho expensive work until support
conies, which ought to be readily
grunted. A newspaper Is like a
church; it wants losterin in tho
commencement, and for a few years:
then, as a general thing. It can walk
a'.olio, and reflect credit upon its lci
cation. Take your homo paper i it
gives you more news of immediate
interest than -NowYui'lt or other pa
pers', it talks tor you; When other lo
calilles belie you, it stands up for
yout' rights; you always have a
champion in your homo paper, and
those who stand up for you should
certainly bo Well sustained. Your
interests are kindred and equal, nnd
you must rise or fall together. There
lore, it is to your interest to sup
port yonr homo paper j hot grudg-
i , . 1 .... 1 i 1 1 . .... ..
tngty, out in a moi:i.u t.n 11.
pleasure, not as u disagreeable duty,
lint as an investment that Will
ply pay tho expenditure."
IIoMieiiiE. A most painful affair occur,
red in this place ttbuui noon last Monday,
it citizen, Mr. Junius Slllf, losing his
life under the following circumstances :
I'Mr. Siiffhad tone to his boarding house
i (Mrs. Hurt's) fo' dinner. Perhaps a dn
! en persons or more were in the house at
I the time awaiting dinner, among Ihcm a
Mr. Henry (ioodwin, a Imrcl-working
chanio ot this place.
this place, ooouwin
.. r , , h room wil,, cmniwl.
. ;un wi,, ,om he had been engaged in I
. --. r ,-,,. -,-,. ,h.
j,; J,,,,,, oyer tll0 ,lt,a in . piyr..i
! manner, (ioodwin caught Wiffs arms
1 R)0,a ,i,e elhow, leaving the fnre-arms dis-
U .iin did lb. eame to miff and rose .0
wcro gWen 4uJ re
urn.d Siff Mipped back two or three pa-
crt uMdwiu advanced a single step,
j paused, drew a small pouiard from llie
; ';7lirl,eJ p,,., ana with a faint .mile
on bis lips, eiclaimed : "I beltev in my years old, said : "lie cn rend nti
soul be bas stabbed me to the heart. 1 was ol,ilv, repeat lho w hole cnt-KclilSnT,.
only playing with him." la flfteea min- jvcuj ions as well as Lis fa-.
, j . .. . , . .
i uina the ui.forluoale man trealbed his
--- ,.:r-" 0o
; McKiney Messenger, 2,.th nit
A ooon Kixt. A certain man
who i very rich now, was very poor
i , . . r it h( ltsd
, how he got bis riches, he said. "My
! father taught me never t nn"
. - - - -v-
l,,..- h iTIlt lilt ril'tl
. : 1 I I ... I litit an llliur H ITI in m
. . - -
dflv. I HIIW OO IUMIIIC Iirsi minK.
. . , n- I
ami in an hour. And after tlllS A
. iivivu t I'tit, . .m. ... ......
i , i . 1 . 1.
inie rJ :"-
than if I bad the thooght of an
niahed ta.k biforomt rnind. I
I j formed the habit of doi n$ eve-
mg in tune, ana h soon ixtrno
If la lO lh!S 1 OWC
-t-:ofwlf t'ns lo
.-. 10 oo -
lien Prank P. Ill.ur. iti liu MH
uri l-i.'.hlure. ttliiil-l iIihUh!
. . - . -
IllMI I nllo.1 Miilin . lialor, ull u
iewnlh atMfn lineiit.niid IkIiovo.iiho
1 N11III1 elur;IIV awellliil I" H. mil.
tho rt-conalrui'tioil net a lie idt lured
piicoii.tituti"iitl.ni'IJiv t-rri d '-hi
Jcilon of I he Snpivino Court in
tilt) rn.it of Cumminga ntrii"l lho.
rM.iin tif Missouri : iiImi in 1 !r rwai.
(Mflllignn und Howie .who wore
tried by military founii'nshiii in In.
limn during the war. liol'erring
to bis let lor lo Colonel Hrocldhcud,
ho used the following language : ,
, -Sin My letter wlihh bus been
referred lo. contend lltnl the mili
tary khotild bo liinde to Undo their
Miirpaliona at lho South, Snd I sny
fo Mill, and Von hntV only l will
'haw them from thcSmilh a if 1 1 heir
teurk will be nnd. .tie. Appltiti-i'.J
' bat carrion t-rew nf iai'K-l.t!tg-urr
who tiro gorged upon tho
pliui'ler, Mod drunk with llie lilo.nl
of the x.lfirpiisbed people of tint
fo"'''. will ilisn-Mi tluMii-elves in
11.ni111.lant, if' not stfslailied by lho
bcyouels of tho federal Govern-l.-.tlit.
There il f'i'ilcill ill llutt let-
tellmtl take bitek. J "Ininl by
J believe in lho construction
gf.ei to tbo Ci'usfitiltltm of lho
I fiiled State by the Supreme;
Ctvflfl, that Ibis reconstruction was
Hf.M ii 'litulioiial. My hope in go
ifn to ('ougrcHi, if I should alliru
Ibal l:igli posil.ion, is that 1 may aid
in irillnlrawifig fb'i troops from,
lliof Southern Slttles which are
helil (here to saddle Upon (he backs
oftllM people a pafcvl of carpet
b'iggi rs, and kcallawags, Jiillowed by
nil ignorant mass ot negroes. Ami
ift'lfc people of lho South who havo
showfi a ilirpositioii lonbido ingooif
faith l.y the arbitr.'itiunl of arms,
renev their alliance trj the govern-;
itieiitof the .I'll ilod Sink'?, they will
beitllocd to resume, tbo self-gov-ernnifnl
anions tlivmflelyes us wo
have dime in MisMotiri; und whilst I
may not expect lo carry the gentle
men f'rNiil St. J.ouis, J believe that
wc can snely and certliltfly count.
tiinti tb! co-opurtition of tlio liirgo
body of liberal men wild assisted ns
in rcliuViiiuj otfi'.iclvcs ffotti. ft simi
lar triiil ill l!fo tltato oL-Missotiri."
. t.May -4- an-v -'J .
JntlKnAI Tiiauk llll Butler has
reported froih' the J!ii(iciary Com
niitleo a bill to regulal'J trmle ami
eoinfnerce between tho iilates and
Territories of the I'nited Stat,e."-,
which has bcth printed and recjini,
milled. Tlfif fullowirt is its sub-
stance: .. :
"Whcrcrts, tde unjtfffi, illiberal
and unconstitutional pi-action of
imposing resff notions tipofi trade
between Status and Territories of
the United Sttftt'3 has prevailed and
become the subject of legislative en
actment's by Legislatures . of some
of tlio Slates iiifd J crritortes : and
wlicl-cls, said k'glritaluiTs of a dis- '
criminating clfiii'ilcter, imposing re
strictions favorable to some and
detrimental to other States and
Territories; therefore, that from '
and after the passage of , this act ,
trade and commerce; Uetwecn lho
sBvcral Mtato and Tei')'ilories in tho
United States shall be free and un
restricted, and Ho tnA, duty or Iran-,
sit fee shall bo laid on any, articles,
or property reported from any State,
or Territorial Legislature,, to tho
contrary notwithstanding... Tho
second Section forbids States or
Territories lo deny free transit or.
right to sell goods, or lo impose
ally regulations on tri!to of citizens
of other Slates not imposed 011 iU
Fkmin-ISK PA'Iks.-TIic Jow York
Star of tho 12th sttys I - -
Tho woman suffiitglSfS, bii?ing
suffered defeat at Washington, are
now attacking the Now - York Leg
islature. They have a hew itlctt
quite a taking ono il being no less
than the appointment of "stlitablo
young lady pages, between tho
ages of 17 and 21," to ntli'fld tho
members of tho Legislature. Too
young members it appears are in
clined to "go for" them, and, in.
fact, the venerable) legislators are
not seriollslr opposed toil. I mag-,
ine 11 pretty page, a sweet creature
with oVelv bluo eve nhd golden
j hair, ntitn.iing near each member,
I Some Would have two. no doubt,
nij w.IM,(j 1PVer require them in
be absent with messages. Butwhat
, Will tho member s wives have lo
f nbal)l t,ig lnultcl.? Von'l tho
I Woiiiuii'm rights people calch it from
, ow (1CX.
A mother, in rpeaking ot lho
smartness of her son, a lad of six
: titer." ' Yes, mother," added tbo
voting hopeful, "and yesterday t
i licked Neil Jiawsoti, tbroWnJ the cat
' in tho well, and rtole old llrtkoty e
Utah. An effort w ill iem.idc id
the Senatoto have a bill passed for
tho admission of Utah as a Slate,
and providing tfjnt n furtho- plu
rality of wivr Rn oc pnnirjieti
i aJ.:.... ut
iatore nf the ftate i-mrsliiuftoti,
i thereby fflbrwltig polygamy to d:o
. 'cr '"r
. : . U . 1. . Mta.l annaNluin
...u. ... - .
AndfT Jtbnsfw, drclnffs that
vxratik r.- vrm, .. .,, . . .v -.
a State-fart. Wi fonii fteMook
f,;. wnnt of tlffit frifli-ir'le !f w.
mi-re tint -vvrafred if e.rcri'Wjk; I.V.
Trnnt of every filter !. Vttirtr-
j tjn.fri Ang.ta wTai-id much
btr ttn in pcrfofmii-s) Oet 1
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