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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE CONSTITUTION: ATLANTA. GA.. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 7, 189O. TWENTY-FOUR PAGES LI'S T e "uitf It u and. I-et ttie Give conrayoincnt in MatUr" the V> Bo It- r- arc all going to cdus is vhat they call it 0 J always did argue that slavery "d thit it was God s work but I theu that would take the turn tun it will take I hope now the ab rill quiet down erbout the cruelties _ ,1 fepl nh God s great plan, meters lie allowed to go back to Al- t' T is er little "leaven to leaven 'A for C.od in hi-> -wisdom anchored a who advanced em in. civ -ud tun ed em from the cruelties 1 hum mo and God loiing peo- oilaj I honestly believe that the old south are the most enthusiastic ou the earth i tb it was the climate that forced south the oamo clothes on er d the same feed and he'll stand as jo. is cr white man I f oel like say- "othe yinkecs that The L saw it would not do Toanciiorslavery among jou contact made the nigger worse 4nJ so tuas moved to save the curse God ''bind is plain it seems to me in the mg- Thowiy tbey stayed at home nd-vorfced durance tho war was unnatural 3 white man or the red m-in would have riz e and n the master's fam was docile to the last even en Sherman s guns were lumbering in his be raised not his hand and was faithful to -y trust Ihera lots of hiding out loaf: tfien Folks had to hide out their pro- aJ5 -ad their stock The niggers helped jo ae hiding and seldom betrayed The most ate woman m Georgia could have cow d er whole cabm full of 'em and not ono ,r Idhave her any "sass r the southern -white folks like d time niggers because he was faithful, JB T3S m remembrance of these kindly of his character that made it possible for tie races to live together after freedom ilshand was in all ihis, the time was not e for their al He must be learned He must read and wnte and think row as that has been accomplished God v II and some way to get him back to Africa, e are my notions, and I think the time has omo and I say God speed them on the wav There is no mlfdelity among niggers They believers all of em Some of this since Tar generation of em are mighty wicked do mighty bad things but Ingersolrsm has lace ermong the scaffold they raight to there is not one of but what will carry his Bible erlong to dark continent, and will take 'cranky it m telling the story to the natives of and aud in God's own time they will be missionaries to such places as Chicago L ew or sreat thing that Gcd is taking er n this matter there will be great ef ade to keep em here The Egyptians j o be scourged to work up to letting wa leave Egypt and at last old Pharaoh red cm and the Lord had to drown him it. s hosts The people of the south have vorked up to letting the niggers go and a- will have to be worked up too, will be done for the yankees are instru 3 in the Lrord s hands once more and they i ids up more ilment than the locust oi t did in er different way They can stir rajndices, the 'force for instance can harp to the nigger erbout his oppres- tall the nigger be willing to go any "a and the -whites will be glad to see 'em -t Thia is the yankees' mission in this nig i, business and that is the reason the Lord tudn t let us clean 'em offen the face of the earth "We 11 get 'em when the ruggers are gone But there are more Pharaohs in this nigger Tmsmess Men who think the nigger is mean 3s he can he and are always naming on their Torthlesanera, but tnrn right erround and (five sm work in preference to giving it to white will be wanting to stay Everywhere you go you see niggers crowding 9 white man outen work They are in the idea in the kitchens and on the farms They s t ahese Pharaohs the best till election day M en they turnout and nng the same old song of niggers worthlessness, but its only for the nigger goes to his work next morn r -vad the white workman feels disgusted umannatur These Pharaohs will swear G country is ruined if the niggers leave 0 hoy are instruments, like the yankees n quite as mean as j ankees, but it's only a -a ot competency The Lord preserve Irish are the best people in the world fc oink when the niggers leave the Irish come Thon will end all this harping and "previous condition of servi i and the In-ih will be happy in er lane heir living does not depend upon er crap and yet thev can raise as man: and as good taters, as they ever raised old country i of the Pharaohs are already hinting i "d that the mgger in Africa will dnf -oto heathenism and go to eating each I don t believe it and they should no de to think so let go "We know hat the mgger may be he has surprised u; is advancement here among the whites 1 or country of his own great things are at would the oTd Egyptian masters think y could light down in Atlanta and lool 1 Jews of this day Even old folks lik a mighty small po- Georgia "WTierever you go now you m among the leading men of com es and iheirw imnare models of beaut; irtue It would be odious to compar nseu to such towering tha ccaie of oocd citizenship, intelli -1 vir iic mav nigger not rise ius v. no is am1 thrive in er conn TO gc I have always thought that i 1 v conse for or fehow to look out er a-ttle e'-e folks were not smarter than settle down m life I have though in my life of moving to Texas "I n this principle, but I seed th to one havu catrned me tc vhore f olki ere bigger fools tha "did ho cr rogul-r Ben Hill in tha go to aad if ths no oJier they'll bo gvett in tiling cin no.er do or no Torcj hill H Tom Cat scratched my it, Freddy, with Salvation Oil nedy for pulmonary complain! poogh. Syrup Price 25 cents. it arc hall i diamonds convinces us that THE TWITTY BIMj. n Arffument AgrainBC It by Hon H Ga December Constitu- on Tho business interests of the state are al ady somewhat alarmed at the remaikable pro sions what is known as tke "Twitty now ending in the senate If the sober second lought of tho uppor house fails to give a whole ome check to tho hasty action of tho lower house, and this bill becomes a law that alarm will be eepened but the opportunity for prevention will -ms passed. The bill, though involving im ortant questions of law, was referred to the ag cultural committee in tho house of which r is chairman There is not a lawyer on iat committee, and no opportunity to discuss 10 legal aspects of the matter was afforded until ie bill came up for passage in the house after IB numerous members of tUat large committee ad formed and fixed their more xed because they were honest Bo it said to tlie redit of some that, being convinced by the de ate in the houso tbat tho bill was wrong, ley changed their opinions and voted against Abraham I tncoln never did a manlier ling than when he boisted that ho won rcadj at times to change Jus opinions to make tbem inform to truth and right The responsibility in his matter now rests on tho senate Unfortunatel> for tbe business interests of the ;ate which ire to be affected by this bill tbe caption or title implies tbat it is aimed only at respectable class of gentlemen ho are not in high in Georgia as the honest hearted citizen wlin said 3 like to support Judge I cater for at orney general but could not do so because lio vas informed tho judge -KIS a lawjer But Mr Twitty s bill as it now stands will not urt lawjers That may bo accej ted as certain he arrow ill tho mark aimed it but it will ;riKe more vital parts aiiddoavastdeil of barm 'ho knowledge th.itthib barm could liivo easily een averted will not help usto btar it with nn> iore cquamtuitj Tbe subject is not one for irtlsau prejudice but for cool business judt, ment Jiriefl> this bill provides that ill obligations to ay attc rney s fees in anviiote or other evidence i indebtedness shall be void and sliall not be en orced except where the defendant files a plea and ails to sustain it Mr Twitty who is entirely oiiest in his belief thinks tins exception is full f saving grace Practically it amounts to little nnre than a trick of words to catch the superficial linker The law has always been tbat if le defendant wins bis case by BUS taimng a proper plea he-paj s nothing, neither rincipal interest cost nor attorney s fees But :ie defendant will ti'o no plea "Why should he 'hat is his loophole for escape In ninety cases ut of a hundred where money is borrowed there s no defense to mal e Still he lias delayed the ender from six to twelve montbs in collecting his noney and forced him to pay a lawyer on the vorage more tlian the interest he was to receive, eavinga net loss on tlie transaction ulous borrower could say to the lender It will :ost you so much to pay i lawyer to sue me make ie a present of that and I will the balance There are BO many objections to this bill that t will be best to number them 1 P.O state in the union and no country in urope so far as known to the writer bis pro isions like th >se which this Twitty bill at emnts to force on Oeorgia Surely tills fact ueht to mike the wisest is well as the thought ess, pause for consideration It m another in the direction of de jnving a citizen of the to attend to bis own msinoas It is true we alieady have many laivs this line and this objection would not be suf icient of itself if the law were otherwise good 3 The bill aa drawn doesa n it apply to verbal jontracts Was an Or waa it i clever waytotake in the under tenant the laborer .nd those whose contracts are not generally re Luced to 4. The bill cannot apply! to contracts made and to be nertormecL outside the state Georgia even thoutrh the borrower be resident of Georgia A simple change m the plan of operations will give the non resident this over our own people iml over those who have established themselves titiong us and pay county and state t was on this legal rock that the Brady fertilizer Jill went to pieces in the last legisliture Will ;he tide of popular preiuclice be high enough to ide the Twitty bill safely over? j It will retard tlie of capital into tlie state and will make the nte of interest burner The truth of that proposition is evident Capital lows freest where security is not onlv for the principal but security against expense of collection which eats up interest G It will add to the burden of the man who -aeets his obligations ior the benefit (so called) of the man who dt ea not Lenders of money like sellers of goods must average up their expenses ind losses 1 very dishone'-C retail merchant who fails and. swindles his wholesale creditor pacs an additional burden on the honest merchant and on the consumers i The wholesale houses nt their prices with immediate reference to their average aaes T It will tend to unsettle tbe established busi ness methods of the state without compensating, benefit Merchants generally borrow as much monev as anv other cl iss ot people If they hold notes prov idmg against expense of collection they can get credit on them at the money centers Otherwise their credit will be impaired As a moral question if two men make a contract and the contnct is not performed the man who Is al fault should bear the expense of curing tbe default rather than the man who is without fault 8 Tbe bill will further impair tho already Jow value of land as security for loans If a note, se cured bv stocks or bonds as collateral is not paid at maturity the creditor can sell the collateral in the market and pav up the note without the aid ol a lawyer But a lawyer is essential in foreclosing alien on land From stump in Georgia the last campaign orators ue nounced the injustice done the farmera by tbe national banking laws in not permitting loans on lands President Polk of the armors Alliance announced it Ocala ila the other Uay, that the alliance would light to the end this discrimination against the farmer s chief possession And yet wonderful to tell we see a farmers legislature voting tor more discrimination against them selves and their lands "-.o supporter of tbe Twitty bill has yet had the temerity to attempt to answer ths argument W by should farmers throw more obstacles in their own way" Wh; widen the gulf between themselves and the oapi talists11 Why saw off the limb between themselves and the tree 9 The bill will cause tbe foreclosure of thou sands of dollars of Uena on land in Geoigia whict but for this bill would bo renewed to ttie beneii of both borrower and lender Several millions of bave been lent on real estate in the lasi few veara These notes are gradually maturing The lender is periectlv is a. matter of business to icnew them I uf he will not sur render a note that i rotects him againsl expense of collection tor one that does not Jj ore closure necessarily follows in many instances Do these these burdens deserv e no t onsnlention at the hands o: their brethren in the legislature Why not? 10 Tbe bill will Rive an immediate backset to every new enterprise m the state that expects to bond its property to get additional-fun as to carr; on its work How can a railinad manufacturing mnmg 01 other compauj 11 )at itb bonds at their nroiier when the moitg igo on which the bonds re'-t cannot for the necessary expense of collection in case of default no so ind financier can endorse sm h legislation it this catalogue ib alrcidy tedious .Le" v "Mr Fditor behind this 10 per cent ittorney fee clause row inserted by custom Ji nearly all our commercial papers is a real wi rag The evil is actual not imaginary Greeuv iner taken advantage of tardy debtors but al these evils can easily Le prevented by simply pro vidintr that this expense of collection shall no1 exceed a reasonable charge This was the pith of the amendment offered to the bill in the house that amendment allowed the juries ol the state composed largely of to sav what should be reasonable compensation for the lawyer's work and limited it to 10 per cent in all cases for work done up to time of judgment, or up to time of tender of payment if tender nad been mide The certainly sea to it that he was not kept ou fit his money when tendered by bi lawyer demanding on unreasonable fee for ser icts itn to the time tender Ins which hardest 011 Javner vras offered bj alawjer found but few luecds Jtnu tarmei" the larger part of th people of Geonna md if the Twittj bill would benlnt them the writer ttld vote for it though it micjht lali heavily on some smaller ant important But convinced tha such results would not follow ind that it woul iniure most the farmers land writer shill continue to point out it frlarineiimstakes and seek to correct them untl tiie bifl has passed bevond his reach andbecom AX I1TDVSTKT WHICH. xs TbeT-Tanafactureof SUoea Shown to Be One FromlBing Good .Leather of Georgia Should Be Utilized. GEOEGIA LEATHER. AINESVILLE, Ga December C 'here are several considerations to he weighed chen ono contemplates the inception of a lusmess enterprise, whether it be the making f shoes, the manufacture of cotton goods the anmng of leather or anything elso, and these must he considered in their proper relation to he kind of business it is proposed to emr bark in This is peculiarly the case in the shoe ona eather business It is necessary first of a'li hat one he in easy access of the hark of the mountain oak or "chestnut" oak, as it is some- imes called, for the cheaper one can get this .esirable hark for tanning purposes, the heaper can he make the leather and con- versely, the cheaper the leather, the cheaper he shoe or harness It is to this factor of bark that I would call attention Surrounding the little city of Gaines- ville on nearly all Bides are blue mountains hat dip and curl in crested grandeur, and lave caused the outside world to appropri- ately name her "the queen of the Piedmont egion But aside from their beauty, these mountains contain an almost inexhaustible upply of the bark of the aforementioned 'chestnut '-oak, which ia the very best on H earth for purposes of tanning, and can be lought on the streets here at from to per cord At the tanneries farther north the cost of his bark ranges from to per cord The [uestion of tiansportation need not be cone'd ered for almost ery mountaineer will de iver it to the tanyards at the above figures .n this item of bark alone, the advantage iamesville has over her northern competitors is, therefore, obvious Another consideration in the tanning of eather is a supply of pure, free- tone water for the vats Leather cannot be made to perfection with any other kind of water, and if there Js anything that this "land the sky" can boast of it is as rystal, dripping from moss grown ledges ehere the public foot hath never trod, pure aa hat which gushed from the rock when Moses mote it with his rod at the Lord's command Chere is water here in sufficient quantity to run all the tanyards of the world and then e a residue of several oceans It will be eon, then, that the two principal ingredients necessary for tho conversion of hides into either, i e bark and water, are here in abundance But there is yet another consider atiou in the making of leather It is ime There runs through Hall nearly through the middle if vein of pure, blue imostone of the very best quality, and I have ieard from those who know w hereof they speak that the supply is simply immense, and ;hat it can be quarried at a small cost Lime "rom this vein of which the Deal" is a fair specimen, has been tested and has proven first- grade for fertilizing and mortar making It must, therefore, be first class for tanning jurposes Having set forth the facts that Gainesville close to unlimited supplies of the best mountain oak bark has an almost inexhausti- ale supply of the purest freestone water, and a iioambility of obtaining at a minimum cost a arst-class article of lime, is it not reasonable to suppose, from the very nature of things, that she will soon be a worthy rival of her northern Bister and herself be called "Lynn of the The only remaining consideration is that of the raw material to operate hides These will, of course, have to Tw shipped here when the shoe factories come to be as numer- ous and have reached tho proportions that they should Agreatnaanv cattle are, how- ever, raised hereahonts. and the hides hronght to market are as good for tnding purposes as the silver dollars ot Uncle Sam, which the sturdy mountaineers are said never relin- quish till the eagle screams and flutters and scratches the hand As regards climate, the United States signal service is authority for the statement, from daily observations taken here that the mean winter temperature is only 44 degrees afaren- heit Dr Bailey, a resident phyacan of na- tional reputation, hassaia that "the percentage of rainy days is much smaller than in northern latitudes "and that "the people enjoy almost complete immunity from severe cold Asa summer resort, Gainesville has been favorably known for several years These facts may be readily tested oy the skeptical, and those who are engaged m the shoe and leather industrv at thia place are increasing their plants yearly to accommo- date their rapidly growing trade At present the demand for "Gamepvi lie-made" shoes, leather and harness far exceeds the supply, and though the factories are running full time, and are using nothing hut the latest improved machinery, they are behind with orders nearly a month Prominently among those who are en- in the manufacture of shoes and leather, I would mention the J G Hynds Manufacturing Company The Mr Hynds of the nrm has the reputa- tion of being the biggest little man" in all north Georgia The shoe factory of this con- cern, facing the track of the Gainesville, Jefferson and Southern railroad, is fireproof, and is fitted up with the latest improved machinery throughout and has an output of pairs of shoes per day These shoes are sold all the way from Virginia to Texas, and the demand for them is BO great that the con- cern will soon have to double their capacity if they would keep up with orders The old factory ouilding of the firm is used as a leather finishing establishment in connection with their tanyard, which is a short distance west of the new factory Shelly Wood, whose shoe factory is located on. Main street, near the depot of the Richmond and railroad, employ twenty five skilled workmen, and the products of this plant ire unexcelled as regards beauty of workmanship and finish The Mr Shelly of the firm IB an expert shoe- maker, and as superintendent of the factory makes things) fairly hum Mr Wood does not give the business his personal attention, he being the efficient postmaster at Gainesville, There is a great future for Gainesville as a shoe maraet, and I know of no more inviting field for the capitalist than her leather indus- try, which is as jet in its infancy Already she claims to be the second largest shoe producing pity south of Baltimore Keep your eve on her shoe, leather and harness in dustnes MARK A CANDLEK LEMON Dr Mozlev's Lemon Elixir positively cures all bilhousnesa, constipation, indigestion all nick and nervous headaches, kidney disease dizziness, loss of appetite, fevers, chills, pal, pitation of heart, and all other diseases caused bv disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases CO eta and 00 per bottle, at druggists Prepared only by Dr H Mozley, Atlanta, Ga X.emon Rot Drops. For coughs and colds, take Lemon Hot For sore throat and Bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops For pneumonia and Laryngitis, take Lemon Hot Drops For Hemorrhage and all throat and lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops 25 cents, at aruggists Prepared only by Dr H Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. sun thur Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTEIX PURE Wholesale bv H A Boynton and ShropsMre Doll, Atlanta. Ga Atlanta's Leading Jewelers, 93 WHITTEHALL STREET, ATLANTA dtt un roy b _ ELY'S CREAM BALM ATARRH __ THE POSITIVE CURE APPLY BALM INTO EACH All DRUGGISTS 50 ct BATES HALL, Stocks, Bonds and Loans 14 WEST ALABAMA STREET. STUAET'S -rOK TH! The best medical authorities say the prope Tray to treat catarrh is to take a constit utioii remedy, Jiko Hood's gaisaparaia Headache. Neuralgia, Dizziness, Nervous ness Spasms, Sleeplessness cared by Dr Milts' Ivemne Sampless face at all druggists Tiddledy Winks Piss in Clover 1-irge lot .ost received bJonrTM Mliler 31 Marietta -treet dK Kidneys and Bladder. Remedies ire as plentiful as disease To know the right remedy is to know tho I road to health If you are sick, you nmst determine the im portant qaestion, what is the right medicine for YOU! disease 9 When there is any Kidney, Blidder or other urinary trouble, Stuart'3 Gm and Buchu is the remedy you should take It prompt re- Always load with, reference to the kind of game you hunt The same rule applies to dis- ease If you have toothache don't take epsom salts, but if you have any affections peculiar to the urmary organs, Stuart's Gin and Buchu is a rifle shot Beware good for-everything remedies. :No medicine will core all diseases Stuarts Gin and Buclm is a scientific p epared only for troubles peculiar to the h Bladder and Urinary tract, or are caused I their derangement For these troubles it is a remedy you can rely or It always does the BY ALL DRUGGISTS nrm The last day for paying State and County Tax is December 19th. Pay now and avoid the rush. A. P. STEWART, T. G. F. CO. ]nu top on a r n The Grow Never Speaks Without Caws, Neither do we speak without cause, and we sometimes have cause to crow, 'cause we have such genuine bargains to offer. This is not idle talk. We have a stock of Clothing that WE ARE GOING TO SELL. A better assortment of styles anc catterns m Sack and Cutaway Suits annot be found in the city, and we are selling them at prices that will please the most economical buyer. We also have a. very attractive line of Light and Heavy Weight Over- coats. Clothing, made to order. iumplnn, Cole Callaway, CLOTHIEES. 26 Wtuteball Street. A new man can be made, oat of one that's bilious and dyspeptic. It's done by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It starts the torpid liver into healthful action, purifies and enriches the blood, cleanses, repairs, and strengthens the system, and restores health and vigor. As an appetizing, restora- tive tonic, it sets at work all the processes of digestion and nutri- tion, and builds up flesh and strength. It's the only Blood and Liver Remedy that's guaranteed, in every case, to benefit or cure. If it doesn't do all that's claimed for it, the money is promptly refunded. But it keeps its the reason it can be sold in this way. "Discovery" strengthens Weak Langs, and cures Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, and kindred affec- tions. Don't be fooled into taking something else, said to be "just as that the dealei may make a larger profit. There's nothing at all like the "Discovery." For this week -we have two choice specials for you. No. 1. A fancy we will guarantee it to be an imported piece of made in ay style, handsome pattern in a new shading, a suit that no Mer- chant Tailor will duplicate under and which we have been selling at to go now at You can see them both in our corner -window. No. 2. A double breasted Cutaway the newest in stvle, in an in stripe soft weave elegant in design and quality, and strictly a dress suit, it was rare value at its former price 50, but it can't be beat now at OUR SHOES For Indies and Men are the best made See oor gj home made" Shoes, just what you want for Our and ?5 Shoes are band-made and world- Kemember we are sole agents for tbe celebrate- Dunlap Hats bilk Hats sold by us Ironed wiienp ever necessary free Headquarters for School Shoes. McKeldin Carlton, 35 Peach-tree Street, nov29 d2m nrm___________________________ THE LEADERS! WHOLESALE FINE jmSKIES. A very select stock of rare old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies always on hand Choice foreign Wines, Liquors, etc., a specialty with us. Correspondence solicited. Bluthenthal Bickart, Marietta St, Atlanta, Ga. ______________________july 1 dly Whitehall 24, Corner Alabama Street. A COLD WAVE WILL STRIKE THE STflTE OF GEORGIA IN fl FEW DflYS. PROVIDE YOURSELF AT WITH A BOTTLE OP CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT. 15r Josiab once said of Cheney s Ex- pectorant It IB a positive cnre for coughs colds and croup I e tried it m my family and Know whereof 1 speak Rev Cioodman D-ihlonepa Ga I re- card Chenc> s Fxpectorant-the best remedy of tho kind I ever used f It Is Pleasant to Take For coughs colds, croup bronchitis asthma, sore throat catarrh in tlie head etc Price 50 cents and 25 cents per bottle Prepared by JOHN B DA.VIEI, 30 Wall Street ____________________________Atlanta Qa, -THE- CORNER DECffTUR flND PRYOR STREETS MERRY CHRISTMAS! Holiday Goods! Holiday Goods! Our importations are now all m, and the public is invited to inspect one of the largest stocks of Fine China, Cut Glass, Fine Lamps, Bnc- a-Brac, Royal Worcester and Art Goods ever brought to this city. Prices low. Come early and avoid the rush. L. A. MUELLER CITY LOANS are prepared to f ornisli money promptly k interest rates on improved propertv In the city ot Atlanta, In amomts from 000 to We have direct connection with a savings bank having unlimited funds atcommand. 63 and 64 Marietta StroOT. Tuaarj niXGMar BtnM. A. P. TRIPOD, Artists' Supplies, Materials for all kinds of painting, drawing, etc plain and fancy novelties for decoration, MANUFACTURER REBDY MIXED PAINTS, WHITE LEfiD, ETC Home Stretch! And a beautiful race it will be' We e been keeping right up in the race for business, and this month will find us straining every muscle to make a dashing, glorious finish, and place December s busi- ness awav in the lead of anything we have ever done. Stock complete, sizes cor- rect, and the goods must go1 FETZEfi'S CLOTHING STORE 37 Whitehall St ONE YEAR TRIAL FREE! An Offer. Don t bay -orsttb a ttutcant stand tot dear at o price. Thle cut la the f fctoxe of o Full entrnvcti a venue fatly and ifniraotecd by for 90 yemw. Unequnlitd for Bppeuaace and -srftctssn Imekeepcr ThaeMt irarroEtrd by the great to vrctf lie col tri r for a tlfa- marrcl ot beauty ano decant Soiill eanndt jcsoumrlce i o_ owe rab; jew e tA full plate n tb cicnu finrlj njjraiScFCily SH it wtti tha watch to yoabv rxprrttC D If on nvninktico at tie U> rntte watch any thru within it tt docs aqt gin perfect saUnforiloe. Cea uvUdng tmtnn THE RATIONAL DFS. t IHPDRTIKG CO. 191 193 Clark
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