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Seattle Correspondent*.
SEATTLE, Jane 14th, 1870.
TEN. STANDARD : The battle is over,
end the eick and wounded hare been eared
for. The wreck has been cleared, and again
the people of thia Territory submit to the
rule of a powerful combination of Federal
office-holders, backed up bv the Adminis
tration of Gen. Grant, who with power
delegated to him by the voice of the peo
ple, is using it to control the politics of a
remote Territory, ruling us with an iron
hand. The principles of reconstruction,
as practiced in the Southern States, are
being enacted. Elections in this Territory
have become a farce. They are carried
by fraud and by force. The army and
navy are forced to the ballot-box to con
trol the election. The soldiers on San
Juan Island voted en tnau, at Port Dis
covery, for the Federal ring. The revenue
cutter voted her entire crew at another
precinct in that vicinity, for the ring.
These are facta which none pretend to
deny. How long shall this stato of facts
Continue ? If it is a fact that we arc
powerless, that the heel of Gen. Grant
hnd his minions is upon our necks, we
Will have to wait perhaps until his weak
Administration fchall terminate ? The
Signs of the times are ominous. The elec
tions held in the Slates tho past year
Speak in thunder tones to a corrupt and
Vaaeillating Administration. The last
f'uo fired by Democratic Oregon echoes
oud and long o'er our beautiful Territo
fry, and bids us hope and bide the time of
our release from slavery and from the
trilas and machinations of an army of
Illinois carpet-baggers, sent our here to
control and shape the destiny of our peo
ple. Democrats, stand firm! The hour
bf deliverance will come. Reason hfts
egain assumed her sway in the States and
ere long this corrupt band of political
thieves will bo driven from power, and
our laud once more become what it ever
had been under Democratic rulo the land
of the free and the hon|e of the brave.
Yours, I'ONTIAC.
♦ | -
19* The Full elections this yo.ir are to
decide not only the character of the next
House of Representatives, but also, to a
certain extent, that of the Senate. Twenty
Senators will be elected by the next State
Legislatures. The Senators whose terms
expire on the 4th of March next are : Mor
rill of Maine, Cagin of New Hampshire,
Wilson of Masachusetts, Anthony of
Rhode Island, Cattcll of New Jersey,
Willey of West Virginia, Abbott of North
Carolina, Robertson of South Carolina, Fow
ler of Tennessee, Grimes of lowa, Howard
of Michigan, Thayer of Nebraska, Ross of
Kansas, V'atcs of Illinois. Mcltonald of Ar
kansas, ltevclsof Mississippi, Williams of
Oregon, Harris of Louisiana, Warner of
Alabama, Saulsbury of Deltware, Me-
Crcery of Kcntuckw,and Norton of Minne
sota. The outgoing Senators are all Re-
Sublicatis, except Saulsbury.McCreery and
'orton. The seatof Mr. Fowler has al
ready been lillcJ by a Democrat, and that
of Mr. Griuies by • Republican.
SAO AND FATAL ACCIDKNT. —From
Robert Thompson, wc learn that John
Smith, familiarly known to every citizen
of l'ierce county, was lately drowned in
Yakiiui river. Ife was crossing on horse
back, when tin-aninnl liocati e cnt.nglcd
in some brush, and in the effort to free
itoclf fell, carrying Mr. Smith undor the
water, and the current being \cry strong,
both horse and rider wore swept do »n the
river, and poir John wa* no more—the
horse was >aved. Our citizens will regret
this sad accident, fur .Mr. Smith was es
teemed by all who know hiui.— Stei/acoom
Herald.
»» »
PROWNKII. —On Thursday morning
June the Kith, at Penn's Cove, Wliiby
Island, au elderly man named Darby, who
has been wandering around the Island for
the p ist few months evidently insane, was
found on the beach dead between 7 and
N o'clock, below Hallcr's wharf. The de-
Ceased had slept in Clark's store the night
previous—going out about daylight he re
marked to ono of the parties in the store
that he was going to Ilolmos' Harbor.
The Coroner's Jury returned a verdict,
found drowned.
UTSALAWV. —Loading—Ship Taihman,
forCallao; bark Onward for San Fran
cisco; ship Levi Slertm * on the way from
San Francisco to load for China.
MARRIED:
At Port Townsend, June 4, nt the house of
the bride's father, David Sires, Esq., l>y K. S.
Dyer, J. P., Capt. JAS. M. SEL DON, U S. R. S.,
to Mrs. L. L. CUNNINGHAM.
DIED;
la this place, June IMb, of consumption,
JEREMIAH D. Mabie, aged 39 years.
Ia Swantown, June 15th, BELLE, daughter
of J. G. and Emily GRIMM, aged 4 years, 8
months and 14 days.
On Wbidby Island, June 7, MICHAEL J. MAD
DOX aged 33 years and 4 months.
At Port Townsend, June 1, EDITH, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. THOS. W. CALHOUN,
aged J years and 5 months.
On Wbidby Island, SAMUEL LIBBY, aged 52
years, formerly of Newcastle, Maine.
*&e«\
BRICK!
MIZ&WGS * MdtSQW,
KEKP constantly on hand Brick of the best
quality, for sale at the lowest rates, at the
OLD BRICKYARD IN SWANTOWN.
Thankful for patronage, they hope by atrii-t
attention to business, low prices and good
quality of their work, to merit a continuance
of the patronage of the public.
MASON k BILLINGS.
Olympia, June 18, 1870. 33:m3
Information Wanted
OK MARIA ADAMS, who left New York
city March 24, 1864, on the steamer Itlin
oil, for California. She is now about 22 years
of age, and is supposed to be in Washington
Territory. Any information regarding her
whereabouts will be thankfully received by
her inter. Add rem " Mrs. Edwin R. Stiles,
care of K. A. Frisins, Chronicle Oltice, San
Frttocisro, o*l.
May 21, 1870. 20:w2
4th of July, 1870.
WITH A VIBW TO THE
APPROPRIATE CELEBRATION
—OP THR—
ANNIVERSARY
—OF OUR—
National Independence,
ADOPT THE FOLLOWING
ORDERS OR THE DAV:
Salute, 13 Guns at Sunrise ;
Procession ;
Heading of Declaration of Independence;
Oration ;
National Salute at Noon ;
Iloat Races ;
Foot Races :
Horse Races;
Dress Parade and Review ;
Salute, 13 Guns, at Sunset ;
Grand Ball and Supper at ilie Pavilion !
rrogrnmmo of Usees i
First Day, Friday.— lst. Mile beat
and repeat, to rule; for purse of $250.
Horses to he at stand at 1 o'clock p. m. 2d.
Single dash of one-half mile, for all horses.
Winner of first race excluded. Purse, SSO.
Second Day, Saturday.— lst. Sin
gle dash of one mile to rule, for purse of $l5O.
Horses to beat Judges' stand at 1 o'clock p.
m. 2d. Single dash of one mile, free tor all
horses beaten in previous races. Purse S3O.
3d. A slow race for a purse of S2O.
Twonty per cent, eutrauce to be added to all
purses.
All entries to be made with the Secretary of
the Club by or before G o'clock p. in., of day
preceeding races.
All are cordially invited to come and partic
ipate in the festivities of the occasion, with the
assurance that no pains will be spared to in
sure their comfort.
Arrangements will be made with the steam
ers to secure low fares and suitable connec
tions, for the convenience of Visitors from all
parts of the Sound, Vancouver Island, British
Columbia and Oregon.
June 11, 1870. 32:w3
Bancroft's
Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
PItINTINO,
&i,yj?rxcfr E.YGRttrixe,
MKSSItS. H. 11. BANCROFT & CO.,
For fifteen years the lending house, covering
every department of ISooks and Stationery ;
MKSSItS. WM. It. COOKK & CO.,
•Stationers, Book-Biudersaud Blank Book Man
ufacturers, for sixteen yfurs ut U24
.Montgomery street ;
MKSSRS. TUItNBI Lli k SMITH,
The Popular Steam Printers from Commercial
street ; and
Mil. A. W. STOTT,
The clegunt Kngrnver ant) Lilligraphcr ;
Ilivr Itomovril I# BANCROFT'S NEW BUILDING,
MirUt Si reel.
TIIKV have uniteil their energies under one
systematic arrangement, w hereby the
Lurjfsl EvprrWrf and Best Business Talent
nre concentrated fur tlie purpose of success
fully competing with Eastern dealers in tho
mi mi fne lu re and sale of Hooks and Stationery.
Tluir object is to reduce prices, inaniifaeturc
and SELL GtHIIKS LOW. and to do buttl
■U*NM. Anil lliey propose do it.
Address A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
Sun Francisco, Cal.
May L'B, 1870. 30:w4
\ Grover & Baker's \
\ ELASTIC STITCII \
\ FAMILY \
\SEWIKG MACHINEsX
\ Excel all others. \
/ Th»7 »r. mora ilmpl* and durmblt, /
/ (ulir k«|it lu unltr. make* a I renter j
/ ««4 tror*«lMtlcfl|||ch,a flrinarauS /
I ® or * '•WWIIuI ••am IIIM in/alhtr. J
/ ••brlct from iwi com • /
/ MM tequlr* an rewinding «f /
/ «iir«»4 r M tei) #ud# of |h# #wl|> /
/ »F their own operation, and thoegk /
J •▼•rjr flflh atitcb la cul ll»t a«atu will /
\They Stitch, Hem, Fell, \
\ Cord, Bind, Tuck, Quilt, \
\ Gather, Braid, Embroider, \
\ Ruffle, Puff, and oicel In \
\S*ery Class o» Machine \
\ Work. \
j Grover & Baker's f
j tepnrtd ShitU* Cttck /
• /SEWING MACHINES,/
j For Manufacturing,
/ AN tba Latest and Bast /
\ We request the attention of \
\ Tailor*, Manufacturers of Boots \
\ sad Shoes, Carriage Trimmings, \
\ Clothing, and all others requiring \
\ the use of the tnost effective \
\ Lock Stitch Machines, \
\ to these New Styles which pes- \
\ sess unmistakable advantages \
\ over all others. \
/ The Continued Triumph /
/ OF TBI /
/"Grover & Baker," /
/is the best evidence of their merit. /
/ Over 19,000 are in successful /
J operation on the Pacific Coast and J
J their sales yearly increase against
/ most determined competition. /
R. G. BROWN, Agent,
110 Montgomery Street,
BAN FIIAKCISC O.
J. G. PARKER, Agent, Olyrapia.
Feb. 26, 1870. 17:r06
_
E. N. Ouimette,
Cor. Mala and Frartb Streets,
RECEIVED per last steamer a large, com
plete, and carefully selected itock of
coaaiiTiKo or
FANCY AND DOMESTIC BUY COOP,
nwv\ C\oo.\n«,
Ladies' and Children*' Bool* and Shoe*,
Which he will tell at the lowest prices.
Hats and Bonnets nmde and trimmed to order.
HSF Greenbacks taken at par.
Olympia, Hay 7, 1870. 27:1y
IN CASH,
Paid. Cos* W Heat,
By S. K. COOPER,
At the Lincoln Mills, Tumwater.
May 7, 1870. 27:tf
TVve W CMbVCvWgIOW
JOB
PRIHTINfi OFFICE,
OLYMPIA, W. T.
$f AVIN G A §?IBERTY §OB
stiff KccenHv m title Large rtdtlition* of
Flam aatl ftrxtameatal
TYPES AHFB BOBBER
T# the Form Stwk, wt in Prepared to Eitnit
Ersar Srr&MG OF PJUXTIXG
In a Mannpr I'nncrllfd this side of San Prantisro.
rfhc jjfashinjjton jjjhnclnrd,
7 JJ *Z
ITOW 111 ITS TEITTH VOLUME
AFFORDS TOW —
Superior facilities to Advertisers.
OFFICE =
On th# corntr of Socond and Washington Straati.
GEO, W. BILES,
Tuuiwater, W. T.,
WHOLESALE AND ETAIL DEALER IX
DRY GOODS,
SALEM AM) EASTERN CLOTHS
AND
OASSIMIDHEIS.
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
■lain, Caps, Boots and Shoe*,
CIl 0 CKKIi Y, OLA SS- JVA RE,
HARDWARE, TINWARE
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Oils, Paints, Groceries, and in fact'every
thing usually kept in a general merchandise
Store.
We invite our friends to call and examine our
stock and prices.
Highest price paid for Fnrs and Country
Produce. Oi W. BILES.
Tumwater, W. T., Dec. 25, 1868.
Ward & Mitchell
WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DEALERS II
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Sardbread
Cracker*, Soil Bread, Cokes, Ac.
COVSTR7 PRODUCE
KEKP constantly on haiffl at their Store
corner of Main nml Third streets, an as
sortment of Flour, from the 15EST, to the
CHEAPEST, every sack of which is warranted
HS represented. Also, Fresh Ground—
Feed, Chicken Wheat, and
The Best Corn Meal in the Market.
Oats and Barley bought and sold.
Olympia, Feb. 22, 18C8. lG:tf
HENItY SABIN,
G-unsxnilla, Ziools.-
smltli,
AND GENERAL REPAIRER,
Olympia, Washing#! Territirj. •
GIVES special attention to all work entrus
ted to his rare.
Shop on Washington Street between Second
and Third.
Olympia, X0r..6, 18GS. 2:tf.
"S>. C. W. U(AWW\\, CWt. VUWwmv.
ROTHSCHILD & CO.,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIHG, BOOTS,
&nd £hofs, <|anc2 (Sooda, tirtrqrta, W\m*, liquors,
Crockery and General Merchandise*
| 1 AVIXO made arrangements to Import
I I a large portion of oar stock direct from
the Eastern Cities,and an eiperienced agent at
San Francisco for the purpose of baying goods
from first hands, we can offer inducements to
buyers unsurpassed by any other firm. Our
assortment will be complete in erery depart
ment, and we want it known that
We Will Mot be IJadenoid
by any other firm on Paget Sonnd.
I A DIES' Drj Goods and Hosie-y—a cora
j plete assortment, and new styles, just re
ceived at ROTHCHILD ft CO.'s
CLOTHING and Furnishing Goods, in large
quantities and at reduced rates, at
ROTHSCHILD ft CO.'s.
MISSION Woolen Goods and Blanket*;
Oregon Woolen Ooods, and Pacific
len Underwear, at Agent's rates.
A GENCY of tb« United Anaheim Wine
J\ Grower's Association is at Rothschild k
Uo.'s, where a full stock of their different
wines can always be found.
Agents fox* Wells, Fargo eft) 00.
HEW GOODS ANDGREAT BARGAINS
Kellelt & Scott,
Corner of Main and Fifth Streets,
AND CLAQUATO, IK. T.
WE have on hand a new stock of goods,
consisting of
Croelerr, (Host and {ftometraro.
Paints, Oils, Varnishfs, Clothing, Boots and Show,
llhnlcts, Woolen Goods, Hats and Caps,
"Bvvj C\oo\%, Wvwtvy Cioo\%,
And articles too numerous to mention.
ALSO
IRON, STEEL, HARDWARE,
Stoves, Tinware,
Flow* and Agricultural Implement *, Far
mer'* and Mechanic'* Tool*, Cord
age, Groceries, Ijv, fyc.
They have also on hand a supply, and are
are constantly manufacturing
Saddles, Harness, Trunks,
Valises, and all articles pertaining to that line
of business.
Parties desiring sny of the above articles
would do well to call and examine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
SOLE AGENTS FOR AVERY'S
NATIONAL PUMP AND TUBE.WELL.
FO.I WASIinGTOM TERRITORY
Olympia, November 20, 18G8. 3:ly
LINCOLN MILLS.
"W. "f.
S. 3ST. COOPER,
LESSEE.
§?LOUR, OF ALL fjRADES?
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
And Cornmtal.
CASH PAttf FOR
WIIEAT, OATS AND BARLEY.
Tnmwater, Aug. 28, 1869. 43:tf
CHANCE OF FIRM.
C CROSBY, having associated with C.
0 Crosby, Jr., in the general merchandise
business, under the firm name of
C. Crosby Son,
the business will be continued ash6r«tofi>re a
the old stand, Tom water.
We art now opening « A'ew and Largely Inertated
Stock of
§>RY fgOODS, |IOTHING,
F-AISTCY GOODS,
Q-roo erles,
B&S9W&MM, TI#WSiM&.
Ac... Ac Ac. «
which we will sell for cash at extremely low
prices.
tSf A share of the public patronage is re
spectfully solicited.
lie Higkwt Market Price paid for latter, Ijgs,
wool. AJTD FIBS.
April 23, 1870. 25:1y
J. E. WYCHE.
Attorneyat'Ziaw.
Olympia, W. T.
WILL practice in the Supreme and the
several District Courts of the Territory
Olympia, Oct. 23, 1869.- 53:tf
MEUSCIIAUM PIPES just received
warranted ecnuincby
BRECKENFIELD
FINE Imported Brandies, the best brands of
Whiskies and Liquors, of every kind, and
all the Popular Bitters and Syrnps, for sate hi
packages to suit by
ROTHSCHILD * CO.
TOBACCO and Cigars, Pipes and Stems ;
every variety at
ROTHSCHILD * CO.'*.
ROTHSCHILD k CO. are Agents for the
Celebrated Florence Sewing Machine.
EXCHANGE on San Francisco, and Lega!
Tenders bought and sold, and Drafts dis
counted on liberal terms, by
ROTHSCHILD * CO.
BOORS and Stationery, a complete assort
ment, at ROTHSCHILD * CO.'s.
GOOD 5 bought and told on commission in
Snn Franciseo or New York, at small
percentage, by ROTHSCHILD ft CO.'s.
TTIGIIEST market price paid in cash for
XX Furs, Hides, Wool and Country Pro
duce, by ROTHSCHILD * CC.
JUNE, 1870.
L. <fc B. Bettman,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
Stools, of Oooda,
Ever brought to Olympia, consisting of
GENERAL MERCHAHDIBE,
OR AL_l_ KINDS,
Which we propose to sell, wholesale or retail,
Ml Jl-iw that Defy Competition.
We have 40 Tons of Goods on the way,
and hare made arrangements by which we
will receive
NRW GQQQS Erttar WEEK I
Call and examine our stock, and yon will
find that prices are reduced, for we intend to
sell goods at prices that will command a large
trade.
IVJS Birr WOOLS, FI'SS.
■\A\A TvoCi\lc.ft.
A fnli assortment of HOWE'S IMPROVED
SEWING MACHINES, constantly on hand.
h. A B. BETTMAN.
Olympia, May 7, 1870. 27:tf
?? $ $ J) p?? ? ?
TO TnE WORKING CLASS.—We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of the time or
for the spare moments Business new, light
snd profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to ss.per evening, and a pro
portional sum by devoting their whole time to
the business. Hoys and girls earn nearly as
much as men. That all who see this notice
may send their address, and test the business,
we make this unparallel offer : To such as are
not well satisfied, we well send $1 to pay for
the trouble of writing. Full particulars, a
valuable sample, which will do to commence
work on, and a copy of The People't Literary
Companion —one or the largest, and best family
newspapers published—all sent free by mail,
Reader if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E.O.ALLEN & CO., Augusta,
Maine. 29:3 m
CAPITAL, BOOK STORE
Corner Main and IMrtk Utreeta, _
olvmpiA, w. t.
A T the above-mentioned plate iHH be fonad
a large assortment of
BOOKS AVJ> Sntnoxmmr.
Blank Books, all kinds of School Books used
in the Territory, Albums, Portfolios, all kinds
of Bibles, in all sizes and languages, Paper,
Inks, Fancy Goods, Ac., Ac.
Orders SririteJ from atari ud Prmptlj Attffcdtd U.
M. A. KELLY.
Olympia, March I, 1870. 18:»f
"^oVvcc.
3HHE undersigned has purchased and re-
I opened the "Crtstoto CaMi," it Byrd'S
ill, and is now prepared to do
fcrding at 12 US fonts w gornd
either " BaU or Rolls." at the shortest notice.
E. F. WELCH.
Steilacoom, May 9, 1870. 28:tf
T. C. LOWE & CO.
OLYMPIA BOOK STORE,
MAIN STREET, OLYMPIA, W. T.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Stationery,Scbool Books, Miscellaneous Books
Newspapers, Periodicals, New and
Popular Sheet Music, Print
er's Paper, Musie
—BOOKS—
Faircbiid's Gold Pens,
Fancy Ooods,
Musical Instruments,
A Fine Assortment of
Violin and Guitar Strings.
Alto BUnk Legal Doeumentt of Mil Kindt.
§ HOICE §IGARS AND§ OBACCO
December 6, 1868. Mj
SUPERIOR facilities fbr printing Bill-head
Circulars and Cards, at the ofllce of the
WASHINGTON STANDARD.
TTj ■■llilrilj nfniMhliStnUlM
isktare of ill i m>ll rf r«Hfw >h. <p»—
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Mercantile Library AmtWli Ml M
pleasure to aasetoee tftat *
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Under the direction of dl*tiagalsfc«d er Itfll.
and embracing (election* from tfca nut fttW
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TICKETS OF ADXfe&MW (,M JUC^f
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Bach ticket coniiitu of Fir* Coupon*. That
holder of a whole ticket or fire coupoftt #]n M
entitled to admig«Mw to the Concert, and tv
the whole amount OT the gift awarded to H.
The holder of each coopon #IU be tatitlW
to admission to the Concert, rfnd to »M4W
of any gift thai ma/ be a#arded to ttck Ueket.
To proTlrfe for (iff lIONIFICBHT tit'
TERTAINMBNT,
300,000 Tickets wIU N leli<
AT $6 EACH, OOLB GOH,
TREAStjßfcjt,
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%&00,000,
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the distribution by ebanoe of the followlat.
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423 Gifts of 100 each ...... 42,600 •<
628 Gifts in $500,000 "
After paying the expenses of the enterttfeJ
ment, and making the distribution af the gifts?
as above announced, the balance #lll be as*
piled to extinguishing th« present Indebted,
new of the Mercantile Library As sot tat lea.
fht' Concert and Distribution will '•j"flsr<
under the immediate direction of tfM Board of
Trustees of the Mercantile Library AwotiiHn.
assisted by a {Supervisory Committee, rrlected
from State, City and County officers, and *«U
known citizens ot Ban Fraecisso. • u
Holders of tickets to'wiiicfc gift* majr W
awarded, will receive the same on preseatafWs
of such tickets or coupons to the ImMm
Agents of the Board of Trances, at (Mr otic*.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA,
Orders for Tickets, post paid, accompanied
by remittance, wUI meet #ith prompt attsU*
tion ' ' .1
WCKEfS FOB SALE JUXE Ist, 187$,
ONLY AT THB OFFICE.
A liberkf difcohfit #lll be allowed wlfifa iff.
600 or 1,000 Tickets art bought &0m tot,
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Business Agents for the sale of Tickets, aad
for the transarttoa of alt Basinets frmsStiiad
with the Entertainment* ta Whom Ml NMHr
nictations may be addressed
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W. B. L. BARNES, Vies Pnst. «
W*. C. RALSTON, Treasure ••
THOS. R. HAYBS, Recerdia**a«.'<l,, :
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McN^lty"'
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May 28, 1870. 39: ml
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