* -187 8 .
JOHN VV. HALL,
EDWARD J.. MARTIN,
County Ti t * * t .
fob State senators.
JVWiikins Cooch, of Pencader, Hd.
Charles H . McWhorter, of Red Lion.
James W- Ware, .if Wilmington.
Dr, gwitViin C.tariller, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Giles Lamlwon, of New Castle.
Edwin R- Cochran, of.Bt. Georges.
William E. Riggs, Sr., of Blackbird.
FOR LEVY COURTS COMMISSIONERS.
William R. Bright, of Bed Lion.
William Polk, of ?t. George's.
William A. Morrison, if Mill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Clay Creek
.laipea T. Taylor.pf Appoquinimink.
Henry H. Wells, of Blackbird.
Notice to subscribers.— Those of our
«u tacriberv who are indebteel to the Morn
Herald, will oblige by an early re
1 h Horning Heral.l
la pool lined every morning, (Sunday ss
eepted) and delivered la the city ol Wil
mington and surrounding places for
ce ta per week, payable to cerrlejs. Mall
sti rscrtpttons. postage Lee, three dollars
'Vm* annum •. i *
Oao. O'Btbne A Co., Publl her*.
Ho 560 Shipley street,
•t *l«aiB«T4»H,l>el.. HOV 4,1*78
A BEQUEST WHICM OUGHT TO
A request very memorotisly signed by
ci iztns qf Wilmington has been piesente.1
during this week, to the managing officials
of the P. W. & B. K. K- to run a fast
tisin down to this city in the evening,
leaving Philadelphia at 6 o'clock, anc
reaching here at 6 o'clock p. m. This is a
nioat reasonable, and proper reques'. Th.
Company we are quite certain, desire to
to satisfy sj very large a part of their
customers, as the citizen* of Wilmingt. i
are; and we assure its officers, from tctut-l
knowledge that, our citizen* are alm.it
nightly inconvenienced as a result of if
time. As a rule, the churches of evert
denomiration begin service at 7$ o'cloct,
the Loan*, Beneticsl hccieties, Havings
Bank's, Dancing ciasee*, die., also com
mence at that hour. There is hardly a
cit'zen who does not belong to some one oi
other of them, snd to attend, if he travel,
by tbe 5-16 train, forces him logo supper
les*. The train we speak of reaches here
at (i.25 or thereabouts. A resident of ii.
tipper parls ol tbe city, where the regular
trttvelleis inaiuly live, does sot reach hone
before 6.46, the hastiest prepcodsmo, in 'he
w.- y of washing, aud fixing up a litii.
b Ings on 7 o'clock, then the alternative ir
preponlti! lo attetd his church, cr other
app .inlinems;' wtltioifl Valtihg for sup; ct
or by eating ihst meal stay home. We
put it to the railroad officials if it is not h
fair request on part of onr citizens, to ask
a train that will lake them home by aboui
6 o'clock, and enable them to.fuifH those
duties, incident to ilie evening. Last btr
greatest of ail, i* the potential eotnplaTu
ol the servants, who never ceaseeotnplain
ing about late suppers; in the houses of
those who are compelled to travel on the
6 15 train._
FMNMBTLVANIA BAILROAD vt~
CLARES A DIVIDEND.
The msnageHient of the PeDnsylvai.iB
Railroad have had a hard and thorny trad,
(hiring the great depression. We are glad
in announce the fact that on Friday after
neon the Board of Directors agreed to de
, 'are a vemi-sunual cash dividend of 2 pei
payable on the 30lh in*t., clear of all
tnxe», to aleekbolders as registered on the
lhe books of the cc/i'pany at the dose of
business on Friday. The dividend will be
paid to ladies only on the 30th inst. Afiei
ibat date all stockholders in theirlurn will
be attended to.
TI1B Il FIX'T OP TllB DIVIDEND.
During Friduy raorniDg it becamo gen
eraiiy known that lhe direclors would de
clare a dividend, but it had so long been
aiticipated ou the street tlrat it bad bu!
.ittlesffleet un lhe slu.k, which opened i>i
:Ri,lhen became slcadied and toward
reach'd 34}, dividend on. Whet.
action cf the board w .8 made known it
si Id at 33j, Li.adend off
This will be a real relief lo very mkt.y
persons who have rorely suffered by Ihe
liability of tht rail-oad to pay its dirt
dend*. Oi«» again in ibe line of prospot*!
ity, we hope it will never be compelled by
misfortune to pass another divdend.
* If AH INCIDENT.
Commenting on the statement thatCapt.
Richard Blazer, who died of yellow fever
at Gallipoli*, Ohio, Tuesday, commanded
the 'Blazer gcouls" during the war
"which met aDd vanquished Mosby's gner'
rillaa cn one occasion'* the Alexandria
(Va ) Gazette furnishes the following state
ment'of the encounter referred to:
" A detachment of Mosby'a command,
under Captain A. E. Richardtt, after bunt
ing for Blazer's scout*, gradually came up
with them near Kabletown, in Jefferson
countv, W. Va., and killed, wounded and
captured tie entire paity, twenty-two o f
them being found dead upon the field. The
ciptain, beirg well mounted, attempted to
esjape, and by the fleelncrs of his horse
did succeed in delaying his capture for a
short time, bib he was finally overtaken by
private Sidney F rguson, who, while in
p remit, having discharged all the Cham
h-rs cf his revolver at bin), without effect
clubbed it, and, by a well directed blow on
the head as he caught up with him,knock
ed him senseless in the road, from which
he was picked up and sent to Richmond as
a prisoner with every single one of the
party he had commanded, except those
who had.been killed and those who could
not make the trip on account of their
The Rev- S. G. Ferguson, the gentleman
referred to in the above paragraph as tin
captor of Capt. Blazer, Is now the pastor
of tbe M. E, Church South of Charlestown
ovn NEXT SHEUIFF.
The candidate for Sheriff, John I'vle,
ought to be elected ity a reusing majority.
He is a large hearted, benevolent map,and
a Democrat of tbe most unflinching char
acter. Slanders have been sent around
about him- truth could not be spoksii to
his diaciedit. There are few men belter
fitted to make a good Sheriff than John
He has well and faithfully admisstemi
every trust repoeed in him, ha« been a
good manager of his own business, and
hence gives the best security, that as
Sheriff of New Caatle County he will be a
We earnestly request every Democrat to
be certain to ge to the polls cn Tuesday
and vote the lull ticket.
Do not forget that your candidate for
sheriff i* being slandered; pay the slandeis
back with voles.
TUB ISSUE TO-MOHHOW.
The freemen of Delaware in common
with tn&nv sister Slates, are required to
decide in so lar as the result will do, the
great issue before them to-morrow. In
his S ale all opposition lo the Democracy
taring willed and withered before an over
whelming public opinion. The elec ion
will be in a great measure, be devoid of
merest, as tbe nominees of the Democracy
are sure to win. We however ask our
riends to vo e as usual, to prevent any
surprise as the result of apathy or ovei*
The gentlemen who are on she ticket,
tre all men of worth and abiiii v, snd de
serve the high compliment of a large vote.
We are reasonably certain to record ol
Wednesday morning next, a tcli and com
plete triumph of the Democracy through
out the Republic.
A FUNNY MAN'S QUESTION.
From W. Scott Ways,
The interest of Wilmington demand t
liqorcefrom New Castle.—Morning Her
Upon what ground—ineompatibilty ol
AND SHEET MUSIC.
TOR HAl.K AT
F, BECUEB'S, EVSIO STORE, NO.
921 MAUKET STREET.
. A GOOD VA Ot.TAVE KOSEWOOD
>- » PIANO FOR ?IS5UA»II
J I Instruments guaranteed f-r five
/ears. _ aprI8-lyr
Attorney and Conseilotr at Law
814 Walnut Street,
Cltlzenao, Delawaro having law business
n Philadelphia, or the adjoining counties
a Pennsylvania, will have It promptly
attended to, by oommnnlct
lag with him
D K. JOHDA9, LATE OHM Ait HAAS
DAVIEAtON, sole principal au-J pro
prl. tor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
729 Chestnut street Philadelphia, has Just
ssued a new medical v/nrk,
on mental, nervous and acquired debility
pamphlet ol great Importance, In whten
on Indisputably Is sbown howlost h-alth
tan he regained, also a essay ou marriage,
rhould be read by all. Can be had, price 25
■cuts In pos'age stamps, post faee, by
addressing tae aulher,
.1625!Filbert *treet. Philadelphia, Pa.
4f here he may becandllv suited.
A backward gla&cjs.
SOMB NOTES OF OLD-TIME WILMINGTON—
WILLIAM SHIPLEY—-THE OOVEKSMENT
AS TT WAS Iff SEOHOB THE SECONDS DAT.
The early bUtary of Wilmington and the
manners, go vers meet and pecularittes
tar lore fatheis ere la a measure unknown
to our citizens. The distraction of oM
documents and pipefs bearing upon this
have been deetroytd end leave e blank tbs',
will never be filled. Hence; no bistory yt l
written has gone fully into this and If we
except those sketches written some time
ago by Francis Vincent Etq. and published
In -'Harkness' Magazine," the subject Is
The first govt rement that Wilmington
ever bad, that embraced any system was
contalaed in a charter, trauamltti d from
George II, of England in about 1739. The
decendents of Wm. Penn yet owned the ad
jacent region and the governer of It at that
time wa» George Thomas. A copy of this
chart can be feen by any ono who will
take the trouble to look In the fore part ol
tbe book of city ordinances. In It ere given
the names of the officers of tbe Borough.
The Burgesses were William Shipley and
Tbomas West. The ssslstants were Tlat
otby Stidham, Joseph Hewe6, Joshua Way,
Joseph Way, George Howell and Davlo
Ferris. Enoch Lewis was the high Const**
ble and Goldsmith L. Folwcll, town clerk.
At that time these men with one or two
others were the leading men of the town
which was thriving anil Increasing in slz*
at that time. They have left many decec
dente behind them and to-day a large sum
her are promlent citizens. From the fatal
ly of the Ways, decended Judge AVay who
became a prominent man lo tbe Courts of
Justice along about the time of the Kevolu
Wm. Shipley who was the First Burgess,
still has UecendenlB living and Shipley stre< t,
was named alter him. He was a flue old
Quaker gentleman, "all of the olden time"
and perhaps the people of Wilmington, of
that distant day as well as this, are indebt
ed lo a dream on the part of his wife, for
his presence as well as that of his ancestors.
His wife was also a firm Quaker lady and
addicted to preaching, in the different
churches and rede about -he country lor
that purpose. She dreamed of a certain
town, one night, that so took her fancy and
favorably Impressed her, ihst she grew de
sirous ol finding It and felt* that it would
become a reality
One day some time afterward, she came
riding down over the Brandywine bills and
do sooner did she tebold the beautiful
county stretching before her, than ahe re
cognized it as the place of her dream. By
this circumstance her bu baud was lead to
take up his residence here and 600 n became
a leading citizen. The large building ol
old 6hape and ancient as peel, the stands at
Fourth and Shipley streeis, was his resi
dence for many years.
The government ol Burgesses and assls
lant Burgtsses or as they were called; the
Borough Council, satisfied the people as
they ph dd d on in th'. even tenor of their
ways till 1830 on there shouts. At th t
•late tbe cby was divided Into five wards
with 3 members of Council from each ward,
Before tbis but one voting place existed—
tbe town hall, and all tbe ofllaers of the
bsmlet were elected on a general ticket.
The Mayor and Alderman now succeed
• d the Burgesses aodwere elected by Coun
«ll until cbout 1850 when this power Was
p «ced in the h.nds of the p?ople. Joshua
E. Driver was the fir-t Via or reehced
nd Stepb-n Boddy the first Alderman Mr
Driver died he ore bis term expfr d »nd he
»ts sueended, »e believe by William
Hempbtli Junes. This plan of election did
an will, thnt it hss exis'td at d given sat
isfaction np to the preset t d.y
Five y an «iter tbl- '.moth -' change took
piace ai d the election 01 the police force, by
an tci 01 'be Legislature, was taken from
council and the Mayor was empowered to
tppoinl bis own pohee force
AHer ibis the office of Aldeiman was
.Polished, the council tuned out and a let
nf new wards addi-d which swelled the
number 10 nine Two Council mt-mbtrs
were elect'd from each ward instead of
three as formerly. The Mayor was elected
for three years rnd the President of City.
Council was made elective by the people.
To give every one a show this hard
limes Sutterly will take for tbe next SO
days 8 photographs for 50 cents.
TO THOSE WANTJNU CLOTHE?.
Quinn and Adam bolli learned thesauc
lrade;butQjinn cjuld beat Adam at tai
loring, and give him odds everv time. If
anyone doubts ibis, call upon him. We
Wm. II, QUINN,
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected slock of ail kintlsof
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by tbe artistic employes of Quinn
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
sure to improve the appearance, and pro
mote thecomforlof (lie wearer.
Prices to suit the enforced economy of
the times, is the the rule with
No. 122 Maiket Street.
The Best Quality ol MEDICINES
The Most Reliable Proprietary
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PEKFUM EKY, COLOGNES ,,&c
A fine assortment of IIAIR, TOOTII anu
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key Wt st Pride of Kej
West or Grauley Cigar,
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
at Ninth snd Market.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
Choice Goods, Accuracy In dispensing, and
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
tnayfi tf Corner Nlnth and Market.
P UILADELFrtL*, WLUM
T rains will leave Wilmington aa follow*
-'hnadelt'h'.A and Intermediate station*
7 r 5 y 810 . 9 00. 9 47,10 00, a. m. 3.30
*uUadefpb l a*an"™i>'ew York, Z 00,6 il a m
12 37, 18 40. 616 p m. it
Baltimore and Intermediate station*, 8 ft
daltlinoreand Washington, 12 61, 11 , t »
am, 12 54,1259,52)9, pm.
Trains for Delaware Division leave >ci
Nsw Cost is 6 3n. 015,8 m, 1 06, 6 30 p. no.
Harrington and Intermediate stations - i5
a>n,l 05,6 30pn>. . „
Delmar and intermediate stations, 9 15.
s. m. iOS, p.m.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations
8 10 a m, 5 00 6 38 p m.
Philadelphia and Maw York.ZW, 5 44 a m.
Baltimore an 1 WashListon.fif3,116am.
For furthei Information passengers are
referred to the time tableaprated at the de
N AT UR > blZATIuNwU, p. Coun wilt
set on M nlay Novemterl and N vem
iter 5. at II o'clock, a in.
First puptM must Iid taken cut o-t or be
fore November 2,or the vo'e at the next
Presidential©Itotlon wltl be .'o<t. Clerk's
office open every evening until November
3, from 7 to 8 o'clock.
i ct 28 fit
8 R, SMITH, Cl.rk
FEGISTKR'9 NOTICE '.
New C'asile County, Sept, tv, 1878.
Upon the application of Rev. Patrick
Riley, Adnainixtravor of Mary A. McCul
lough, late of Wilmington Hundred, in
d County, deceased, ii Is ordered atd di
rected by the Register that the Adrainls
iralor aforesaid,give notice of granting ol
Letters ofadm nTsttatlou upon the Estate
nf tlie dece'bed. wflh lh« date of granting
thereof, l>y < auslng advertisements to be
posted v/ilhiii forty days from lhe da'e of
snch Letters, iu six of lhe most public
places of the County of New Cuatie, requir
ing all oersons having demands aga.rst
the estate, lo present the same or abl le by
an a ,u of Asssmh y In such case made and
provided /tn l also cause the same to be
inserted wilhlu the same period In the
Morninq Hebald, aneaspaper published
in Wilu>iitgt"D, and t- be umtinued there
in three waxks. (eocl)
Given under Ihehandand Rea'
ofOffl eoftlie e.eglsteruforesaid,
at Newcastle, in Newcastle
County, aforesaid, tjO day aud
year above wiil ten.
8. C. BIGG8, Register.
Notice-au per ons hiving claims
against the Estate 1 1 the deoeased must
oreseut the same duly attested to the Ad
mi istraior on oi be ore September 17, 1 b 79,
or abide the ..ct of Assembly in such
cate made and provided.
Address, Wilmington, Del.
pttYAL Havana uimsY
681u,t00 drawu every 17 days,
l Pt-lze of
l Prizv o!
1 Prize o'
2 Piizes ol $ 0,000
0 Prizes ol $ -,000 each
124 Prizes oi 81 000 each
82 Prizes o! $ 00 each
821 prize.!, amounting to (Spanish) H750.001
Information furnished r rick. Orders
Bled. Pr zes cashed Spanish Bank bills
TAYLOR A CO.. Bankers
t •-««)' .
N OTICE:—! Philip U P.unkelt co nereby
givr uotic-ihit i h.ll,appy to the
.lujgvH oft SI ou-t of Genera' Sessions o f
the P.-ac-aud J St Del.v ;y ol thet-ttfe of
Dei»*vare. In.add for tusicfunty of New
t as Ik. on Mo day. 'll )Ii h ay of Novem
i-er, t elng tne 1st cay f the tvove nber
term A D Is78, fit a licet S' 1 to tell a 1
mvsto e. No of Wes K.on stree , in the
Flr-t Ward In ih« cl y of nmington,
t: u ty aud -tae afors-ld, and with
tb. pr.vlleie :o se I laloxicati -g liquors In
ouait lies not less than one nau gai on not
t. diuakcntb* premiers snd the fol
'owlug resprctahlecltlzensIreconimeLd he
t> o sail ai pilcalion to wit
l-ittlel Me usher,
Isaac 8 evenson,
Jolt . C. L -. cry,
t r.d'k Nta'.b.
Henry Hr d ey,
( h istian Btroeoul,
t .uni 1 Maier,
wen I He tsl.h.
I*. W. B eban,
w llism H;ne,
a ' t'>n Horn. ,
i hits'lau 8 hu ! er.
Cab b Miller.
John L-in non,
J .hn T, Ke ly,
JoUu T. D.ckey,
Mar In Keogh
Ti os McCormick
J tires OaSstdy,
J mes Coofee,
J Ct tist Mat- r,
PHILIP G. 1> UNKEI'f.
v oTltVJ—J, Ht-u.y Hadley do he retry
give hoi ice that I thull eppty
Ju jj. s oi ihe Court ol General . e.-sior.s ol
the Peace and Jail do ivery f he Ssale o
• oiaware, in and hr the county of New
Castle, on Monday, the 18th day of Novem
ber nest belne tit flrstdav ol the Nov in.
her Term, A D. 1 s 7 ! , for a tl vnee to sell In -
loxicaUnu liquors In quantities not Jesr
than one h°lf gad n no! to be drunk cn
tne pri inln'S, at rnv storo No 100 Wet
Front street,on the 8 W. corner of Front
and 8hlpley s uets. In the First Ward of
the city of Wilmington, and the following
respectable dtlzrns r.cjmmend the said
application to wit;
Pain- H I.ally
Wm. T. Glenn
James Mo rgiian
\nton Hertz i
John T. Kelly
G. II. Klsaei
Lawrenoe Kieivan It W. hvaus
J>ihn 8 . Brady
JoJn I'. Hi., key
George M Ba«ou
Jair.ea W. Kiug
Joseph Lowler. Wm Kyne
L. W. Palo.er
Philip (}. l lunbett.
Joseph Ho tp«»
Joseph II. Huun
N OrltJK—l,"*} Ivesler W. Clement ,of New
Ca-tle county,and shite of Delaware, do
hereby give notice that l in en-t 10 make
application to Ihe court of Oeut-ral 8es
slona of the Peace and Ja'l Delivery of the
Mate of Ue aware. In and for New Cavtle
county, on tae ft ref. day of its term, which
will cu in men no ar d be It Id at New Castle,
la New Castle county aforesaid, tin Mom
day, the ISlb day of No embers A. D. 1878,
tor a license lo k ?ep an Inn or Tavern, and
'o soil Inloxlcati k l quota la less quantl
les than one quart lo bo drunk on the
premises, at a d in .he house now occu
p t d by me,and knownas thehummltHouse.
f ■ e locution ofsild Louse wherein I pr -
Iqii oi tavern,Is In Htnool
o. 71 In New Caalle county afore
said In me saiu 8ummit Bridgo, 8t.
Georg hllundrej, IJie a-trosofmerespect
nb'o citizens rocomnifci.dlng the said ap
Citarles MC ameo
James P. Ford
Willi rn Lore
J F. Brown
po e to keep
Is! 1 1 t
C. A Lum
b . F Boui don
. in P Niche Ison Johu Gill
Hen" h> i-.ricii,
nv lvaster w. clement,
Arctic lee and Coal Co,
Main Office, No. 2 East Second Street.
Coal put in Cellars free of charge.
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors.
The Best Coal ever Sold in the
Put in Collars Free of obarge
OAk AND PINE kINDLING WOOD
ENOCH f' OORE, Jr
Singer Manuf'g Co.
HAVE JUST SENT TO THEIR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
The la r gest Involo) of the LigJt Running, Lstrst tmprovel FAMILY MACHINE?
ever brought to tills maraei, aotwithstaud'.ng tre*tlmes are tar J, o.or 70 families ■ -ere
madts happy w.thiu the la-t nontli by buy leg the
World Renowned Singer.
If you want a MACHINE, don't fail to secure a SIS GFR.
Hundreds sf people who have o'her klu4s that do not suit for various reasons,have
exehang-d t.t>e»u for thesINGER.
The 81NG4R M VCHI^E Is m.w ss.l'ng for Just cinehatflhe original rrlce for cash
or on < asy terms fir monthly payments. Don't fail to see tbe wINGiK at
No. 424 MARKET Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent.
NEW FALL STOCK 1S78!
MODEL TAILOR TORE
As ary other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to 0r»
der Work, and do not carry o i a Ready Mile Tail oriug B nines<. Oir Pricetareas
Low, Material, Fit and Wotkmanship considered as are to be found anywhere.
Heaati'y thaiking the Public and our friends for their patronage. I ask the con*
I guarantee no one shall be ashamed or dissatisfied with the
timwnce of the same.
Luils we turn ont.
FtRD- CARSON, No. 223 Market Str't
NOW ON HAND
A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST IMPROVED
stoves, Heaters and Ranges.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO T HE LARGE
SECOND - HAND OFFICE AND PARLOR
Ill good condition which is being sold CHEAP
House Furnishiug Goods.
AT THE STOVE AND HEATER EMPORIUM 0
H. F. PICKELS,
7 & 9 E. FOURTH STEBBT.
t;. Old B'oves Inkeu lofexcliaiiKc.
William F. Grlffi'h, do
h.reby give noticeihat 1 s ballapply lo
Judges ol lhe Court ot Generai Kesslous of
the Peace and Jail delivery <3 the State of
Delaware, In and for the county cf N(V7
Castle, on Monday, Ihe I8th dav nf Novem
ber, next A. D. 1878,belcg I he 1st dry of the
next November Term of the sa'd Court for
a license to sell ln'oxloatli g liquors In
quantities not le c R than ODe hall cation,
atmystoreon «aln street in the Town of
ewark. In the Unit, d School . islriet^o
39 ai d al. in White Clay cr. ek Hundred
New Castle County Delaware, and ihe fol
lowing respectable citizens recommend
the sa d application, to w.t:
lames H. Ray, C. Henry.
G orge W.Lfndsey P. H. Choa(«,
Benj Caulk, Nathan Ha. ders,
James Jefferls, Am. s Brown.
Roger Co bit, Calvins
J. W. Pennington, Edward MoPike
N otice—D r. w. h. h. Aamsson
eoary. hereby au nou• oe* h:"' m be f
Of making appl'oailon Various f ° r
term cf the Court ol (Jeu'-r d ' ' for »
IS78, In aud mr .sew Castle Ot""'"j JqU or»
license lor dispensing spliituous ]
lor ntedlesl pttrp .se, st bl-s ote O' 1 ,
Ntreet tn-twe u Broad and ( ,?, t j®*ohool
lhe own ol Mi'ldlelowu, In UDl ' f A 0 f tit*
d»sti htMt.llO and 91. 1 '"f "Vtni mf
said application, ate: Ioc ktroo<b
I W aye- '' u ' rr fton
Fra k Kiiaso t, H &
Nath 1 W.luams, W hate.,
(ieo W, laiSON*
oc'21-at Da. W, H. H.ADEl^Oa-
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