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II ýr' c. GGOOD rn, 1 Pttlisher. F Materdaay, Dee. 8, f11. TERMS: One year, In advanc',. .... ..2 (IO Six molthlie, .........1 2:3 1 Three months, " .......... 73. L ADVERTISING RATES: 1 lSqrte*, (1 tih t( rp) flest min-rtin. 1.U ; each tila.e'l-w etnt itnertionit 51 c , All fractious of a Aqttlre chaer'eed as a full square, unless thlerwtsel aigr.eel spols. Cordwo,f la Pertonae tlttlur, wlia +i admissible, hjr.rred at double rates. ptfesional anmt uinaesiu Cares, I of one lqure, $1U per )ear; tw, squares, $15.0t. CADtDoIT'sa' AN'oI't crM' 'r---n a The cash wuat in every iuswtance c comtpany the order. Orne Colauin $:ts:; $50 o I~s t 'l ..t, I y,'S, Quarter ' I $1, $)A2 $4t Al Traatient atldvertiewent plx a- I ble in advance ; quarterly ade. Icuthlly in advance; yearly ads. ,lttarter.ly in ad-l vante except by saecial c,utrtact. If advertisementst are nut paid for whew the time expires for which they have been ordered to be publised, they will be conthlned, anl payiennt exactedl for she fll time they appeared ill the pae'r. m AB advertinments sent to thisj Oses,when inot othurwins speitiedl will be inaerted till forbid, and charged ta cerdiugly. tW Obituary and Marriage notices oft ev*s one eqmasr in leugth charged as advcfrtesmettt. JOB WORK must be paid for on de liverv. Our lst issue was badly printetr sad eeuld only be read with difi eulty, for which we wish to offer an apolegy. It was owing to the de feet of our ink-roller cad the vern cold weather at the time if geasIn, to press. Our present fli.ce c a, scarses be wared at all, and a: w alemost impossible to get the Iat to "take." A like oeturrenc" will be guarded against in the fu tau. It was our intentiop to drop al namaeof parties who have not Ita.i their sobceriptioo with the last ia. sue of the Caansmtac, but owing te, the bad specimen sheet we were fored to put out at that time, wa have concluded toeend nt this is sem also After this none but par tie who have pad or are known to, be gQod, or who make utatisfactor. easagemenut with this oul,-e ,oi the payment of their piper, wsL, teave. at. Jauk Wharton has been oun Armed as a. 8. Marshal of Lotult aa. We received the Premdent's Message too lWte to make any es tracte from it, but will give a sy nopsis of the points of intereat 11, our next iasue. The Turks are beginning to fee, ehspogodent at astwutbuople. It i amad the Biasians are enterul the Balkans at vrirtoat oints it. overwhelming numbere. The ominatItou uf Lrawreiee he. not been acted on,uanl consequente ly the nomaination falls. The ree, ident is somewhat undecided whomU eto appomL. He has been leimnsn strongly to Packard. The Presadent'a wcmssae excites no enthotaama and little favorhabl eoamment The Democrtta are dlr satieaed with the failure to recoi, mend a reviaiun of the tariff, or . reduction of internal revenufe du ties, a general amnesty, or a re peal of the teat oath for Fcderil jurors, or of the claus, wbhich lias fraehise Southerners from thlt. beeI*t of the United States pre eaption laws. We readasy tse kwaIyne of 41 i Sai, that Kellogg showed himelf in the weats Ohanaber "fa the Est ttle this sesion" after the in amp hie dsaimiom wa eomsnm maseL. We marvel at the bahful mes o th ma-- state of mind sad .commuise unusealto a per soage wo has achieved so wid-s hbdlh lor meaurapiloulos gsdae-, =i 4 ,!lº t } ~,n i)b 2 'a ill ec, iH $ wltirlth t u1ig dcitiacctccf ta t e. *'s "S . licil t tt) ";' 1" C ill Irwud jnnr º411.!·t:ILl al 6.! i v ý v)tS- a ngtAto. It Its tb ett,:4e e4) .t .i . -li it *booule be li-i t.*!l a !:) .se;I:vi .e ,kctk~cr g -~ltk ti. I it I .:. P. - Ile. l.asU: K $tCtII.i. thr t"' ..,6.6: r r-fuueiol to ie.ji ncr'' into L or 4guIiU it b eli'.l I L)1tr iitlhitt-. . li ttc-c . L.Li. ( hih I tcLc_ 'ii'" 1.1 p cll K" 111, I".,1 i 466. tr I ct 4 cii t lrlat litu 1c , v C 1.1 - 1,. . 1ý it. r. 1 t' pererctu'ctcy or, .'r t~ ~i tea-se froi liltt t"ctcimiltIt . , 6 ":1..0 f it K+ 114 ,;;" rl ..' t it. Ii .s :-c ct ,alt to It.'J tlt - w Ih t· it .i '.t ef . 1" º iutoue t LI IS ( Ice. +. I cci: l I.- ' tL"jiiucelhittctt (irc1 it It , h~ic it w c lia''- ci tallc . 1)'." 1H- cttC. dcacic ft, icC faict thast H iti~lei~~is t~i L" %,r tºHIneitil etc1Iiclalc." iii ct I !lait 4. cc'tttelc tipos alt ju~rt tcgait-Xi of tle~t-hWa.tt tn a bieli tiori.' tbe. tUerile4 'f Ii ttittt- It b'"Icig felt *rt it th 46,6 K-i j ret-I-le~ti i ac-1w'arded~ the? I". ettu-a I14)11 of eCevlccc, i ret ireac ta wtItchII se-veral nisctE raio tile (-coir-r I A c.e.wbiv were. ea-sasd Citltclu: icas: b- e bet-t ecrettA-d i.tl tlhbc tilt- 1nc-naubrau " ao t.ili44ilV i-c-ilii ntti 16101t IeNtiti wate lip t.-' tI1lI1iihtt of a yuoc~rtltn r ie the pitlot -csrcIwlt II : c1'1r t tirt l Vi~tt.. t ct. Kceilojgrg,t I t- Scit-~a aitc fouc e.t to or c-ra I S a etuciit! c- to t lathr ote into tis biteiii 'sIctrapI. .uci~rge.. A jith biazetla Iwpl- Icriwot 013 utiatre -bawe-ieeec--n ". th.i lb-1icahaiti' it.- 1 Soraty of the Se.aaate :C~uilou-r a c-titas at1 a very i-igb tt.-rute, slII Iif p1C I vetil Ias etInarg.-d ceut ct Oat:- Unirrnn1 b etieved bure? ouMight to be rt w d.I 't with a ft-l * nKt it). .l.l. Remonstrance awHlll arizunrurnt (rollb Ilec Senatorial c4nap:'r ra7 cit frartdtI c41M proved Oet lilt avl TUeea-tel- a ii aratora CIce re acClv( ilc I, k".-e-, . ib, wilIlul and aickrttl wc.iin, s twit unu erical uupreC'caaey. thbty atr 3.-eterutine di t? rect6 atr ohe.' c1 tile. worst eet eflrtwnicc- b% e Icltrniatlat "119 at Waksl1ln1temu tiie v- ham- .nc ,v-temse.º whch he began to Lccwai- I oca. K.c-Io1 , ans'wers the parpoa· I a I-f the 4wlcthuc4 anal Iiject heb ew s ,w lit lie ise.rccmd ii;cnc thle Set.ate- tat, :. re-pie-c-ant a jL-ite., not, to mti III ito ctutiuele, niew O o r-ctice 4il re (petit. eatits ailccrit wurath, roe, Int It, ti treated "an an e el", ntot as the. epicnlrllt oef tLtse di ielt, tIcanor eaiti -Inairaiter of a great. meat, buit uie-reli- to vote *listl 'iOvc itrt -tI n teL a Itnt ill thle figzure. ti.f 11 in cjcrita. lile 4tlt.udtltiiiiluti 'i Oft 111l1e ilt t oilI brutal tet-Itucie olf iirtetsani ti'. a. 14A1V iutaut till all hi-iest tl1lele41 a-itt. deuup acelrgiwt. It gcts f-er ia- % iflal any w-ke due.e lierr-cicarc 1aerpetrat.eal in the natitw :anl fEil " be sake of party. It twatiia a 11tiei-k cc If gbmua i)1sei thee i,- ºlttcdlote pair ty dlep tild inleIelile. l'lice c.car tiwasn mir. ally hterLc in 3)illitlttel 1 rcctnirulecaa an the 'ear of thee !brtuc F Vraucld; it ruost iinow weaer a u+-* hatern. file Fraitl aasa a i-etid nlu .tutpaUc indou, but the vi-te-t a tucaern, .01r, said wrti- -all. % t lit' unit pt-c riots :vewbLc-d ant ,rtw 1-tile; iti ,hne smecinti tihey are. cca'krcueoi acnd turn auay, t.-ik-nL_ fre-uta lirr Bmrring of Ise LIitrn, Ib'henteawer I'Lct'c.whic-I ILurFi ti b, -w the Ma-veyit.epl, at 1Wat-cI "io, eAwt Scica111 , Iace a grtfater ted one ty than at -at re-pttr~terl. [tiere were tl*lc-* lat- h i 1t,+LU -u",i: thew Mir. kftclnry LctIwr, Inca Ujitef Irlict,, K Ntorar. tbe eiiawlc.-·rcul.c:ci, Ii-nry Flit, cat.-u liir t'eillie. w..ierlj Wea n~ear at tltti Ltu-l. if LJi l,.t-t~etr, ci r iiietflFultlitJl ar anavis,. w-er~~ 1.ve? -. anI hIcler ~*1itciii, L- P. L~iuc~~cnia e~~a~e, itt hag cl iatcl fur tItan bItta Clut atalesreire lc Iwd~tn lccytcat if Iii Ma nyl o. the lcc.'a~eri:,~ wtre. bich a~ll cjc,~rtuiel l aud aili~tug: thuniu ; capr t I). 1). L) caain.eic ell· IiI' dudtf - Thlec [A~ttun w~wa a ae b·.rt, hidl WaR OUlo hsltr ta~clti irel~ f tu ` -w a c~aleaaa tic Slltcre·(.-;,rt.. Ste. ace it cite benet, b at~ A, Icrr .~l~ue ete 'tel bc hel.r the Itte~l rner ire Ic,, aui WL c. eaued~c at *211,tMi&I SoxUttie pc-a-yrlc-u~tct ii. Iny~ &it rrulipl na Iuil krec,:~, curtt -l-ctcci t the clizr! 'C bight of a lhtytti hr d,w..- baa beeria u trying to muitate'the Dtetrccat Fre.t a- pret toti. cii a Wr.ctltl-lite fiinri cfeaca Itcbs Repilai-hetCuzeut t ici Re.i io' in favor of H~ab~tahina (·ant. ir- tool, but is tt-eae~liflly modtest, and a wromid not have lb. Legrialainr *a- 'att pretuaiailtely in th mampyb an hei 'S bo.' T Wue W1d1pp"Di Pet* A1, : e w is a diepomitiIo on the IN trt " d r .'r cr:sin clash of t.Crabonnro !, .. I.:..::.uniity tol treat the prest rite ::, J>' 4 'f ptinltlhiht foi pelt) ,1 -!lri: rii n4 rathler i j.liHe. W. I are 11, NV II ,If I lia wjifl4t~4Ig-post, a ie -H;" iv1! f gYrltlicL14 Up UI *t.il sr °*.''.": ý oº't the p-sft elf tLhdt fes ;;Y :1Ii. 1 uJ.-~-it. will, at leaset, rt.rAJ ate . t" I ti 1~ltfo. M 1'. :t ,ý\il:tt the.' N l) D.zI)ocral t' frti:w , saiy 1:, thel ie telr w p IL p .e't 1 Its fu ll .lper.4ti' l, io44. its:ol ,J f t;.e'o it 1- j.alcidjt pr ..u'e gteH.1 g H !L,-r S'nc.'; in \a.rth Calerdioli t I, I-,v" 1..10 ; 11 Mi:111 rur - u th i'it11'e 1.r N fi1444ar 4 iiiº it we 'wlnre. t With tine ft tlgt' teiltltluli i of tt f't~ t' iNis;abl et ew ir k thes fi'ue44 za1iaºk'"puthlo e w',itltIl'l;.!K would 1*41(4' a4 gooda effect a. ther i rdiItjli wat4 rUat .wh-r ('rnhi'o .Ii'4 ITit' tacli~t 1161"e to Like up the i 4N'IN,4 is,'j of I hi1.' nt'alre is St Laai t. The sle granit jury of -t t: r'ciiiei ill 11s report strorngly retaem- C ?ull'0e1. the wlicppiit'postt and de- t otI"i'*'i it a iae''rreitsy for the protee- i timui of the ttzpap 're .iof tbat city. 1 rit.e ,101 M3 gt~ic .4 pullil.4hitI ptty *.ftf.," ..a by sehori tuaieititut in a jml. it be eipeilur ir tlhe people is, t twe i. ranad juary' +YP, uI IIi i n'tte to " iiiij* Ila sujplport of this4 it.'.aertiou it title a tttilioi) to) uuIlwber of "4,tW4 wte'reina offeud'bt cotiffei'ie tItlt ht.h N. owiittteI the e(ffetse ll"H. iis'r thliy wNert hungry atind cold t *u 1 w'tºIns' to be locked up where t they tawU]I keep wtrwu and gel ..,iettliiig to eat. The whipping lbinst wool.l e.*1u frighten theme of trnlader.. auit few know Low nuwer Alay nulber of acbemes have ' twin titd t c) get rid of the tramps..f .old1 all of theme have failed, and the tramUp nujeanceIwith its arsons, I I t ral. re au't olutTragesa is its wake.. :v .,l adly r aimig worse. Wbipping tialue" caIn oivercoWe and cure it. in rieply to tlhosew who di-clact the whipping-p4wot barharorw, the an- 1 ºew. r a i. wi le that in emhligutened 1 E.1, laud whlippiitL' in still a puniish I meaIt Ifr 'brutal ontrigee" swub as t tifer ieatiug allset other, offc'ense of tiihi kIill-. alid is thet-r dclaared to .,r iº i' euplete NiieeeýM. , i V\ h .'. .- r is the popular opinion . .1l tllin lrl~jeat, there seems l ittle . oumht but thit the an.ilorities of - St lrOnij. il) follow the adv'ice of , r Its grTIin.l jury, anu'a try thue wOral 1 qt4siaalli ' f Ia.e whip upeiti aIff(e tel%. Wben this4 is dnone tihe rest of the - ..aiultrr wMill Is better able to judsige r "f the wmo king o~f this nsysIem in i I I erge citv, 1sui6 w l~ther it re~tllv I *nure' trarimli4,un. wife beating and º jwilty hitoco'iy.j lii it c*.yi) .f the Alezatrlna I)ein .e-ret., juist ta' bLand as wT go to t pre'sN ,' we ti teS a loIlg-winded And vi .t y atrtia lt, in repl y to olut pub slte't's1 ofi. th ttti of I set month, -Ii theil.lt'ititi.afl of Grant psriseh ite·Liº, w." f"rie.I rlefrelte d. We rI sr. li'L ' 4wdill jle~taiot'm" that such i 'll extl.hi'.Ce clilridlerattioi at the tela~l.], of our .tu,4iist neighbor was uelial.ºeiie-r u1101 .1i C~.i l fir. It grieves iaveF W~i'l, hever, that the I.) rtiil(t411 sh~ill( I t~ilI I do lb. .iIl.e' tt) I)iifi Aw it was to III it'. wuch a tnlkiiag" (e~oinebody .deete .. 11141· t/t.ve:t,k we fondlyr ulcepctl to h1~ tOH th nilfit. Of the lb Roeac Bare br T~ ri·- futurre of Li lft I~ro rvwe in hi u-d~or unltrc Iara6 agin~l beUome a -+ anu,jec:t .ini~m waituo mrn'. an n tkarsi;at,,r 'ute'tcwt to the Nirthern *, pa-o"l.'l, tlrl tet beisag disetietweel just &alinW Witii nit.ljlifttL 41C( Dutch zcii n fci~thlizi" as ii 4(54 iii thAt IUnhappy Itblii Cl~ltitry 181141 441441 war. b)ut .1 I h Ie lli'gro ttin-tk4, 4414114116110 diler toj ill faintiis fr-mml thle I*dic~ted brother ~,af rt,li'i~,en t Imeat, a alalterett foot· il li-I 1·t 1U4'rTl'. jI~ll4Lil'cll~Y, but lie I. i ~.IU'3 Wj1ai~hiiI~tl 411(1keii;.ga of the ,- N Sart~eru peopl'e. TIhese se thart theyCL Lc iio lilalgr bel op ay n issue i'u ~tlre .tegiro,'e wrocigs; no longe~r ri ·j~ecaw. rc.*i. lthrmmughont the land I\ (Or Lii. tigor; that his vote wrill nl II icsligi' crryv iLe SOt~thfbt~L ~Lt)ee I Izwoict.' mwei tli the zeaats ant 'I rjie,',e-ef ~eIemon(LkC+(I~tatj w~h or e 'he-benztuetlun, pretatende repro t~ ertetatves tif ihe ia)uthorm Stases 'c Iut allied ii. wwq id'15. It) ralthy oand prejudice with Ike p5ojilO of the n North. No~ewjhd~&mn~e, that noth *91W WetScaB be gel from the no. grr be baesere tA No i·#Qth u as traudf t en Or reports pianet luaas a soldier,. wtle even i a&)stonaboIsk"t ''"Ie. a oJe He is," ndaLolusag a hun, shows what is the _pular cI ,,ipminof young New Shist n1 ,ject. A umuu r of leading Nurttheri papers.the New York orTilmun(e,u" - n:lUest LU ,I n tercila, UUeIIttatl W- i sette and Cateaguo That*, reo*pene M :hae qIIuestion the otlher day, ant, ft after having tloroaghl 'yvyntago ted "the ogr t ais be is,"' unani mIu4,rsly' prnorliuce the African race I. 11 Ai;-ericw " '' oulu'ed Iwe-ddoitn- ii ~id to ao early extanctioU." TTh tia- p Zu-tte sand rl'lcul have toileeted a lot of iutor.:sttug statisticse oil this sub- ti ject. II Chattanoogs, the negro e dltath rate is tlfty-sven uia thou y eaul, which would shorten the du- v ration of huan hlife f lr oute half; u to Mobile and lticbnimud the- negro g mortsihty is ticee that of the M whites; in New Orleaus it is almost ti the same; iu Charleston, where the Il two races are aiwost exactly equal u in numiber, three negroes .die to f t-ery wiste persom. kven iu Wash- a lugtou, under the very nose of the to govertmeut, and where there Is a pillautitropic effort on its part to a teach the blacks how to live, the ls death rate among the Uegroes is a kept at such a monstrausly high a tigure that no race, however great Il its anoual increase, can long elset c under it. A The negro increase in a decade t under slavery was 2 , per cent. In the ins years of freedon between t fnti4 ald 1670 it was barely 2 per t trent, maud tlis wias before the ne- r gross were wh:,lly Kwtacalized-be- t fore thrse vices rnd diseasee that I now prove such "co)urges among v them hadsbecoiue prevalent.as they I uow are. After viewleg the subject critically, and stulyug all attaun- f ote statuistct e Commuercal ousies 1 to the cowlusnim that thecesuas of 188sl will sbow that the negro p)p- t ulation of the .rottth is at a stand- 1 seall, and that every census theread ter w l snow a lecsled decrease each year ntil the race altogether disappears. lu support of these I predictions it gives a deacription of the manner in wuich the negro lives lu the various outheru States, I of his utter gnorance of all msuits ry kuowel ;., of the dirt ad tilth in wiaciih e propagates small-pox, I holera, typhoid fever and every Sdisease that thrives on filth, bad air and bad food. :uch is the unaninouw eonfession of Northern Radical opinion. No11 one denies these facts,an. few pro- 1 pose any remedy for the evils itadl cal rule has brought on the South I and the negro. One (leo. Dwrung I writes t) the New Y,rnk Times a wlid,crxnuak lettcr,urggestang tse oeg'-uatit.n an the hope and escape of the colored race, a doctrine that be is not li hkely to talk much about down here. The New York rs-I I bone, on ita part, uggelts sending mwasusoaries,unfereutxally Northern mwisonauries, amlong the negroes to teach them how to live properly, how to take 'ae of themeinves, etc. 'These two absurd, ndlculots aug Sgstnuo--n missionaries and misceg tnutlon -are the only remedies tue 1 Northern press and people canu suggest for this mighty evil they Shbrought upon the negro--brought, not by hbe freedom, hut by turniung the -outh over to him bodily to be 1il~ucked and ravaged by hin- by teaching him corruption, prodgaih ty and all the political vices in or. der to mnatain the Kadibul party iu poitical power, although they knew well that this erime would sep not only the hfe and prosperity 7 of the South, but that of the whole y Union. The Asuggestion of the Tribune is as fsuish as that of Dwlng is eriminal. Let us have no more Nor therm miesonaries to teach the Southern negro how to hrd; we have had Northern unismonaries Sbwfore to teach ham polities, and, Sthaunk heaven, most of them are Snow in the Penitentmry. The North baa failed, say the Tri t bane, G;zette, Times and Commaer clai, in it soluton ,of the negro v luestnn; more th.in failet, for the I ldeas and habits its pohtical mis t sounaries h;ave introduced among the negroes have doomed them, so r th.ese pap.rI say, to complete el tinctiou It is about tmne,then, that , the people of tile North admit this e failure (cud the elections of the t paoet few yearsn weuld seem to mdi c, ate that a majority of them do), ir and turn over the negro.qneston d) t the South to solve as altogether i and sol ly a Southern questaom. Srhe people of the South kbow the . negro, the true negro, with all his A faults and vees-not the New B r- gland adel-ani they aloe. esa solve thias question, tnd preveat a, that doom which the Badieal pa y pIrs of the North so freely pro e ounee agasimet the whole colored - ra,. The sooner this is admitted Sby the North, the better it wUl bh Slfr thenegro re~--[N. -DePs D yTwteatt eaC by great 'in p oigh. wraunglig. i , lyebarg i anl bri Ks8sesi of two ran eals, a, the sorriest speotaiol ever ) wtu i .I-- .Q Times. The Titaes idllges In a bit of aipleý tit i es nteslaa d for as in is unutrue. That lying, bargaining tt., was resorted to on one rade for one rascal, we grant. AuwtAi has always been a rival to this country in the matter oa imniiagration. Even in that pron perous auto belluwn periol,wheu .ve were without a national debt .,r a lepdblcan party, when 480.c0O embigrant poured over here each year, Australia was a dangerous competitor and rival and secured nearly as large a number of ewn grants each year as the Unite:I States, and now that immigration to this country hb ceased, Austra ha astps i an d gets all tvoi wealth, not only secures a large la4jority of , foreign emigrants, but is actually seeking to pursuade Americans to rsave their country for this South ern h bemrisphere. A few months; Nines several shiploads of Americans left Sew York for Sidney. Theue are bat the pioueers, the Australi ans say, of this mIoveruent. The latter are working earnestly to se cure emigrauta from this country. A number of documnteut and stlati tics have been prepared to this en I sad are being scattered throdgh the N .rtheru States. The show i these make of Australian prl spe.n ty M wonderful indeed. The L.regu. trade of Austrahlia in I ' was $44+ 399,000 or $200 per capita, ] while taat of the Uuitel States is less than $25 per capita. Its go.lt production is $Siu,Oh),0/) a 3vi-ii-h and ita wool production $61,00,.00(~., The bank capital is $22,550,000U , while specie aon bullion is hel'l in ( the banks to the anutint of $tSol. 1l.,)000, probably te-r h1.'.i.s:t pro, p rtional reserve or alc)- . .", where oin the ourld. The population of Astralia, it is now estimate.', doubles in liv,, jyeare,and It in expecte wil! receIve - even greater ecisstns iin the near future, as European tmwnigratitmi particularly if the ' T"estuie elmewent wbhch forumer!y pouted into the United StaLes, is now dir-ectin, it-. self toward Aastralia. I it is certainly a strange might to see Australia, 12.0(k) wiles awr ', aI ttempting to secure esuigrats' .from a country but bhlf fille1l up :.s this is. The United Slates is a L;bn dred fold more fertile than Aistr t las, and the fact that people bas,. left this country for its antipodles ai I a proof how disorguuired ..i dtis . jointed agricultute, ,usinuess, trade, all have become here. This Aetralian emigration t scheme is, of course, doonue-l to complete failure. The overcrw, lel I anid idle population of the Nort'r will tind fertile farms in the S.'uth; Sgood*l g vernment,nder Democrat is rule, will restore this country tSo its ancient state, and the re-etisti, lishrmnt of the prosperity of Lis.. South will bring the re-estabhis0, ment of tbtt of the whole Union.- SN. O. Democrat. C. H. MUMFORD, DIEALI I1 , DRY GOODUI, I. AND SEG ARS, O COLFsAX,.. .-..-.- LOUNSIAN a964 HENRY ST.jo0 CII YMlI8* AND 1 <" D U(; UG Is .rl ~DIfIA EJy DEhLEI 11 KE N IE L 9YrII NQ 01;L') FO1E· FA!F_:L S C ILL A I) EXM1X STOCK. ~ %-I:II) TO LA D. 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