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23 Feb 1878

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23 Feb 1878

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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - February 23, 1878, Logansport, Indiana / ,. Or t it t 4 la quot by vv-.-,weekly amp go., publishers. James t. Bryer. , 1\whana saturday feb. 23.i878. Of fico a no. 416 Broadway Over Post office. To a so per annul $1.50 six months Isune months tic. Payable in Advance. Repi an coi qty convention by Resolution of the county committee the republicans of Cass county Are hereby requested to meet in mass conv edition at the court House on saturday quot Barcli 9, 1878, at 1 o clock p. M., to nominate delegates to attend the state convention for the nomination of a quot Republican state ticket and for the transaction of such other business As May properly come before the convention. J. Culbertson chairman. Williamson Dunn Secretary. Meeting of co. Committee. The members of the Central committee of Cass county will meet at Mcnary amp Leedy s office on saturday March 0, 18t8, at 11 o clock a. Joseph Cix Bertsos chairman. Wii Samson Dunn notes. Leo Thiu teem is the title of the new Pope. Seventy millions of people starving in Northern China think of it. Tits Senate of the United states has passed 8 Bill restoring the Fri inking privilege to Congress a i. William Flemming the democratic nominee for treasurer of state is called Boss Tweed of Indiana. Congressman Foster of Ohio a Good authority is of the opinion that the president will not veto the Silver Bill gov Knok Nicholls is said to be the author of a Bill pending in the Louisiana legislature to License gambling houses. The illustrious Bulldozer knows How it is it is forcibly said of the Louisiana democrats that they seem possessed of the ineradicable Bour Bonish spirit which insists on having a funeral and furnishing its body for the Corpse. The election of the new Pope on the third ballot surprised All Christendom. A much longer contest was expected. Our Cardinal Mcclosky arrived after the polls closed and lost his vote. As everybody expected the Chisholm murderers in Kemper county Mississippi were acquitted. It is considered a part of religious duty in Many portions of the South to kill obnoxious lie publicans. The movement in the South for the establishment of the whipping Post is clearly aimed at negro citizens who Are thus to be taught that their former degraded condition of inferiority and servitude still hovers near them. We. H. Mattingly editor of the Rochester Independent has been confirmed As postmaster at Rochester. He will make a Good officer but the president in appointing him has partially spoiled an ardent and energetic political worker. New Hampshire will inaugurate the Battle of the polls for 1878, two weeks from next tuesday when her election for state officers occur. Thus far the Campaign has been exceedingly time neither party having made any open demonstration of quot enthuse president ii ayes has positively refused to remove general Anderson from the office of United states collector at the port of new Orleans because of his recent outrageous conviction of trumped up charges of crime As a member on the state returning Board by a packed jury of it is Well said that the quot democratic party May always be trusted to dig its or i grave and finally to kill itself if Given tin. The Louisiana democrats Are industriously engaged in the process. They bid fair to have the party packed neatly in its Prave with the grass growing Over it by 1880. The supreme court of Carolina a a democratic partisan institutions recently do Cidad that the six Lle publican circuit judges in that state were ineligible to the Ollices which Alliey held and so ousted them. Baa the democratic partisan elected six other judges to fill their places and five of the six were rats of course. Several of the Large democratic cities notably new York and Louisville propose to retrench expenses by reducing the salaries of school teachers. Inlo Gasport and elsewhere it is the democratic policy to reduce Salon licenses to a Mere nominal figure. Thus new Tork Louisville and Logansport Illus trite the average Drift of democratic statesmanship. Flemick of Allee tie Morer t. W. Woollen to Lutton at Tomey Semi. And prof. J. H. Smart for Spenn pendent of Public info fiction. It about the Stronk est we that could Bave been nominated out of the material at hand. The Indiana democratic state convention adopted the most demo logical platform As regards the currency question that has Ever emanated from a supposed popular political assemblage. It not Only endorses the cheapest kind of a cheap Silver Dollar but commits itself to the most extreme policy of More irredeemable paper currency. It is in this and other respects the exposition of everything that is mischievous and demagogic Al in our current politics. There Are Many smart hits at quot flopping quot in these Days in quarters where future acrobatic feats of this character Are Likely to become painful spectacles to the eyes of All beholders. 3iodem financial Wisdom has not been a divine revelation and it is quite As liable to come to grief As Are the Plain teachings of uni Versal experience. At any rate there is room for enough doubt of their soundness to keep the sensible average human intelligence in a state of subdued reflective Ness. A Washington correspondent referring to the removal of crippled Union soldiers from various positions in the present democratic House of representatives says that the Law which provides that the janitors and messengers shall be disabled soldiers has been violated in nearly every instance. In one Case a son of sex doorkeeper Fitzhugh quot bigger Man than Grant quot Twenty years old and consequently about eight years old when the rebellion ended has been drawing nay As a quot disabled the iniquities of the Confederate House of the present Congress Are numerous and shameless. South Carolina quot readjusted quot her state debt four years ago by eliminating a portion and consolidating the remainder on the basis of $6,000,000. The legislature now proposes to overthrow this solemn agreement with the state s creditors by making another quot readjustment quot by which the total debt would be reduced to 11,600,000 by a process of repudiation which seems to be gaining popularity not Only in the South but in some other quarters. Hereafter when a Man wants to cheat his creditors and escape bankruptcy All he will have to do will be to quot readjust his debts by repudiating half of them. Meetings Are being held and remonstrances adopted at the manufacturing centers of Ohio Pennsylvania Delaware new England and other parts of the country against Fernando Wood s free Trade scheme called a revision of the thrill now Pei Ding before the ways and Means committee of the House. It seems that the Bill As framed proposes to reduce the import duties on Iron and Iron manufactures and various other wares and commodities to such an extent As to give the foreign manufacturers a great advantage Over our Domestic manufacturers in our markets. The capitalists who have their Money invested in manufacturing industries and the workmen who Are dependent upon them for employment Are becoming aroused in opposition to a scheme which threatens their ruin. The democratic state ticket John g. Shanklin of Evansville for Secretary of state m. D. Manson auditor William journalism in this state and especially in this congressional District has met with a serious loss in the retirement of or. A. P. Ferry from the position of de Itoi of the Wabash Plain dealer. Or. Feiry is an Able courteous and highly conscientious journalist who has honoured the profession by his connection with it and he will Bear with him to his More private occupation on his farm the respect and Confidence of All who have known him professionally or otherwise. He is succeeded in the editorial chair by judge Knight who is a journalist of Large experience and is deeply imbued wit h the professional principle t lat so honorable distinguished his predecessor or. Ferry. Now let the House of Congress concur in the Senate amendments to the Silver Bill As speedily As possible so that the agitation of the question shall cease to disturb the business of the country. It is not probable that the president will inter pose a veto which could Only cause fur ther delay. The great majority of the people of the whole country demand the re monetization of Silver and the Bill As passed by the Senate is probably the very Best embodiment of that demand that can be hoped for now. A presidential Check to its becoming a Law instead of modifying its provisions might result in making them More Radical. At All events he has abundant justification in the situation for keeping his hands off this popular measure if he can up his mind to approve it. Adv infamous insult. It is said that if the supreme court of Louisiana refuses to Grant a new trial to general Anderson governor Nicholls will Pardon him provided the president will agree to remove Anderson and Wells from their positions in the custom House at new Orleans and Promise not to appoint any member of the returning Board to a Federal office in Louisiana. This is the most infamous insult that has Evre been offered to any administration or government. It says to president his quot get Down upon you Knees and acknowledge that you bold your High position through the crimes and frauds of the a friends of yours that we Are trying to Punjab. Tour Concession of to Beer guilt is All that can afield them from this to nude to under met Antalee of tired bar Golem pledges since lec Lesely violated. That such a course would not be pursued. President Hayes cannot afford to bargain for the Pardon of Gen. Anderson on any terms. It is not a Pardon that is required in the Case but an absolute unconditional acquittal and release. Let such a release be demanded by the administration and its policy so shaped that non compliance with the demand will be firmly treated As a rejection by the South of the whole policy of conciliation. There has been enough of Hamby Pamby laundering about peace and conciliation that bears fruit Only in the Loyal states enough of forbearance with Southern arrogance and bad Faith enough of magnanimity that is Only weakness. The need of the hour in High places is manliness courage and Justice. Bad Faith. The reckless bad Faith of Bourbon democrats in the South ought to be Clear to any candid Man who keeps posted in the current events of the Day Aud has sense enough to understand the contempt for Honor and decency manifested in the Anderson trial read in the Light of the following pledge made by governor Nicholls and these bourbons As a condition precedent to the full Possession of the government of that state. This pledge sets Forth quot that As an Earnest of our endeavours we hereby solemnly declare that it is Aud will be the purpose of the government of the state of Louisiana. Represented by Franci a t. Nicholls As its executive head i. To accept in Good Faith the thirteenth fourteenth Aud fifteenth amendments to the of the l United states in letter and in spirit. 2. The enforcement of the Law rigidly and impartially to the end that violence and crime shall be suppressed and promptly punished and that peace and order prevail and that the humblest labourer upon the soil Ltd of Louisiana throughout every Parish in the state of every i it Lor. Shall receive the full and equal Protection of the Laws in i Erson property an l political rights and Privi Leijers. I he promotion of the kindly relations Between the White Aud coloured of the state upon a basis of Justice and Mutual Confidence. 4. The education of All classes of citizens being essential to the preservation of free institutions we do declare our solemn purpose to maintain a system of Public schools by an equal and uniform taxation upon property As provided in the Constitution of the state which shall secure the education of the children of whits and coloured citizens with equal advantages. 5. Dirous of Healing the dissensions which have disturbed the state for years past anxious that citizens of All political parties May be free from the feverish anxieties of Politi Cal strife and join hand it in honestly restoring the Prosperity of Louisiana the Nicholls govern meet will discount Nance any attempt at persecution. From Quarter of individuals for past political conflict. B. That the governor be requested to Forward a copy of these resolutions to the president of the Cox Gressional su1r�. Tii gusday. Feb. 14, 18t8. Sen Atka the Jouse joint Resolution declaring the in exp Drency of reducing the tax on distilled spirits was a missed a yeas 40. Nays 9. Sir. Jones of Nevada spoke in favor of the Silver Hill and or. Wadleigh against it. Or. Lila be submitted his substitute for the Silver Dill and explained its provisions. House the Wrangle about the presidential election was resumed but was anally switched Oil quot into the discussion of a communication from the commissioner s of internal Revenue showing that the revenues were falling off on account of a proposal to reduce the tax on tobacco Mun cation was finally referred to the committee on ways and Means. All the Amii dents of the military Academy appropriation Bill were agreed to and the Bill was passed. The House then Wen into committee of the whole and the Bill Grant ing Pii Sions to soldiers and sailors of the mexican War. Without action the committee Rose and the House adjourned Friday feb. 15, 1878. Sente after the usual morning hour routine the discussion of the Silver Bill was resumed Aud or. Ingalls spoke in its favor. Or. Allison in charge of the Bill closed the Long debate. The amendment of the finance committee striking out the free coinage provision and limiting the coinage to four millions per month etc., was slightly amended and adopted yeas to nays. 22. Pending the amendment providing for an International commission to adopt a common ratio of Legal tender Between Gold and Silver the report of the proceedings for the Day closed. the morning hour report s from committees of a private nature were heard. The House then went info committee of the whole on the private calender pending a Bill to apply an appropriation of i 7.">,0< 0 to pay certain Southern mail contractors. Without action the committee Rose and the House adjourned until monday. Satt Ituau feb. 16th, 1878. Senate the consideration of the Silver Bil was continued after the report of Friday. The a the closed. Various amendments were offered and rejected and one or two were adopted. The Bill finally passed yeas 48, nay. 21, As follows yeas messes. Allison. Armstrong. Bailey Beck Booth Bruce Cameron of Wisconsin Challee cock Elcook Conover. Davis of Illinois Davis of West Virginia Dennis Dorsey Eustis ferry Garland Gordon Grover Hereford Howe in Ralls. Johnston Jones of Florida Jones of nevad.�, Kellogg Kirkwood. Mccreary Mcdonald , Matthews , Merrimon Morgan ogles by. Paddock plumb Saulsbury. Saunders Spencer Teller. Thurman Voorhees Wallace Windom and withers�?4>. Nays messes. Anthony,Barnum,, Burnside Christiancy Conkling. Dawes Edmunds Uaman Hoar Kernail Lamar Mcpherson Mitchell Morill Landolph Kollinay Sar gent Wadleigh and whyte�?21. The Bill As passed provides a Grain Legal tender Dollar limits the coinage to four million per month provides for a com Ishlon to act with similar commissions in Europe in an Ellort to fix a Perman ent Standard Coin value for Gold and Silver and provides further that Silver in sums of not be s than ten dollars May be deposited in la United states mints and certificates issued therefor which shall be receivable for Public dues. The Bill now goes to the House for concurrence in he Senate amendments. Monday feb. 18, 1873. Senate after transacting considerable routine business the fou owing Senate Bill were passed f r the Relief of settlers on Public lands and to provide a new edition of the itemised statutes of the United state. House a Bill compensating o. Ii. A Tiu for mail service Pilor to the War was passed ayes 152, nays 90. The Silver Bill with the Senate amendment was ordered printed. After Spendio Lime in the committee of the whole on Bill relating to the District of Columbia but without action the House adjourned. To boat feb. J9,1878. Soma Tbs the Senate Bill Reso Jatin tie Pompeii action of Poa Numen was Discua aed wino to action. a Kim to Lomies Aad a a Uon a Otto War of in2, Borsis the contested elect too ease of Hektin against Darrell from the fourth Donaian District came up and led to a Long and Abaiz Polit Al debate which continued until the House adjourned. A won Stoat feb. 80, 187�. Is Natal in addition to the introduction and reference of a Large number of Bills and petitions the following Bills were passed to regulate the compensation of postmasters with an amendment restoring the franking privilege to Mem Bers of Congress president and vice president Secretary s of the Senate and House for the Relief of a manufacturing company in Giorgia to annul an act of the legislation of wyoming., after an executive session the Senate adjourned. House the debate on the Louisiana contested election Case was continued and the majority Resolution declaring Acklin elected was adopted. He was sworn in. Taking the Iron Clad of rat a Kkt. The United states Treasury at pros ent contains 130,308,006 in specie. The amount of greenbacks now in circulation is $349,110,424. Con Ouess is decidedly opposed to the reduction of the tax on whisky and the question May be considered settled in that Way for the present at least. It is thought that the present Iowa legislature will prohibit the Sale of wine and Beer in that state. The Sale of Al Coholic liquors is now prohibited. The leaders of the parisian mob in 1871, like those of the revolution of 1793, were not parisians. Of the ninety members of the commune fourteen Only be longed to the City it is said that when Bob Ingersoll recently arose to address the audience of 200 that assembled to hear him in Gillmore s Garden which is capable of seating 20,000 people he was visibly affected by the beggarly array of empty benches. At a meeting of the Western Nui. Association held at other d in it wins ii give to further curtail pro dual Iii by stopping the Mills two in March making a Stop it Matici of nine weeks in the Lif Leen weeks by gaining december 17th last. A . Before the . Ippi legislature imposes a tax of 40 cents a Gal Ion on whisky in the hands of wholesale dealers and another tax of two and a half cents on the drink when the same whisky is retailed. This would make the total government and state tax on a gallon of whisky about 2 80 the Chillicothe correspondent of the Lacon 111. Hume journal relates that Joe Carral of that place made a great haul in the Illinois River the other Day of 25,000 fish. Of these their were 11,-rm Buffalo life by actual count. It Touk seven men two Days to draw the Seine. Tue Pennsylvania agricultural society desiring to enc Rouray a the planting of Trees recommends that a Law be enacted by which any person liable for Road tax shall be Alio we j one Dollar for every four Trees planted along the Road Side. The Trees shall be placed from fifty to seventy five feet according to variety. Statistics of the Illinois state Biard of agriculture at Springfield show that in the year 18v7 Illinois had assessed for tax 2,9�ol,3g i bogs that the value of the Corn crop Wiks �4 77,502,879 value of hugs $21,071,808 wheat was valued at $38,-001,980 value of Oas $10,209,047 fruits $3,589,072. The methodist episcopal Church claims to Baye now 11,250 itinerant preachers and Over one 12,000 local preachers with 1,473,000 members in 10,099 a burches. It has 19,075 sunday schools. There Are about 3,700 More sunday schools than churches a fact that will explain the rapid increase in the number of churches. The Webster mansion at Marshfield mass., which was destroyed by fire a Day or two ago was valued at $50,000, and insured for $15,000. Mrs. Fletcher Webster and her son the occupants saved a Quantity of Silver plate pictures and other priceless mementos of Webster. The Library was removed some time ago. It is said that there is truth in the Rumor that Prince Leopold of England Queen Victoria s youngest son is going to become a Clergyman. The Prince wishes it very much but the Queen opposes his desire fearing that the Prince s weak state of health will Only result in his doing himself harm by undertaking any Active mental or physical labor. The officers of the Post office department estimate that the revenues of the department Are suffering not less than a Quarter of million dollars per month by the flood of Stamps sold by postmasters at Small country of files at a discount for use in cities and towns. The postmaster at St. Louis alone shows his office defrauded of Revenue to the amount of $18.000 1er annul in this of uncalled for. In the to Gai sport Cass county ind., Post Otyce on saturday feb. 23,1878. To obtain one of these letters it is necessary to May advertised quot and give Date of list. If not called they will be sent to the dead Etter once. Adams c Lidge Mary Ayers Amanda Lincoln Mary Tiiu is. Matilda Law John c i Karl Geo Millar it d Boyer. Benjamin 3 Mccarty Catharine , Solai Nau Mosbur a. F c a Turk i uvious Oaks Charlie Carroll. James Obrien c Lurlen Cannel John o Donal Mary Carr Voia Palmer Amos Peel. Cal Copeland Jaa Purcell do Caulton s Kec Liard t b Cooper. W 11 Kobi Uson Lizzie Ford e a Ifo a Josie Ford Jas Kussel Cora Green. Sattie m Shrader Adelia Gilbrath. Melveta siders Ula Grimes. James Smith it pc Watson Gibson friary e b Smith w t Ila Milton k a Strong i n Henrich Charley d Subay Maui Al Uellner William tuomas ii s lie wit Joseph Thomas Susanna Hurd Hasan b Watis. Stave Kimmel Jas if Willey Carrie-2 Kestler Juiia Whipple we d Woodworth. Amand Lennon Levi u Wood Geo was. L. F. Swing p. M a co Itow re Vised Cash Price list Slegr sets. Standard a sugar. 9ic. Extra c White. Sic. Extra a. 7c. Circle a. 8jc Orleans sugar. Granulated sugar. .10 c. Powdered amp Ugar. Lojec. Cut loaf. Llic. Teens. Best gun powdered Tea in market____75c Choice gun powdered Tea. .60c Fine gun powdered tea50c Good gun powdered Tea.40c Best Young Hyson Tea in market____80c Choice Young Hyson Tea.40c very Fine Loung Hyson Lea Best Trade in Market. 50c Good Young Hyson tea30c Best Imperial Tea.75c Choice Imperial tea60c Fine Imperial Tea.4cc Best Ulco lored Japan Tea in Market. 8�,c Choice Japan Tea.65c Fine Japan tea50c Nice Japan Tea.25c Best Oblong Tea ii. A one market75c Choice Oblong tea50c Fine Oblong Tea.40c Best English breakfast.80r.pvults in a mail. Choice oranges. Quot quot ii5c Choice Lemons. Quot quot 20c new turkish prunes quot new English raisins new layer10c quot Nice new Val Cha. 10c quot finest in the Market. 10c oof tee. Old g. Java Coulee. 25o Hio Choice.22 c Kio prime. 20c pea Berry finest in market22c i Golden rio22c Best roasted Coffee in the Market. 25c Vino ctr. Go it i cider vinegar. Best. Stax Olies. Best com starch in Market. Best Silver gloss in Market. Best laundry starch Oil. Coal. 15c 20c sic sic 5 c 16c i to visions. Choice sugar cured Ham. Sie breakfast Bacon. 9 c Bacon Side. 8jc sur in cured shoulder. 4 c Leaf lard,10 c Oetz Dzieci of ools 6li> canned peaches.23e 3fe quot Best in Market.18c 2n> quot quot quot quot. 15c 3ib quot tomatoes. 15c 3 la quot Salmon. 40c 2tb quot oysters.10c it. Quot .5 c 2tt Black berries Choice. 12ic 2tb a a pears. 12 21b quot Lima Beans. Lic 21b quot Corn,choice15c 21b quot goosberries.12 2 la quot cherries15c 21b quot strawberries. 12ic Ilc Vlora. Good Bourbon per Gallonty 25 Fine quot 1 50 Kentucky Bourbon quot 2 00 Best old Rye quot 300 very Fine gin.50 Best Gin in market2 00 Best Blackberry Brandyl 50 Best port wine2 25 of Esli oysters. Lanfair s celebrated favorite. 12ic. Lanfair s Standard. 25c. Lanfair s selects. 30c. Tub oysters elect per quart. 25c. Toi oooo. Choice Fine cut50c Best Fine Cut in the Market.60 to 80c Choice plug tobacco per lb.50c Best plug tobacco in Market per la. 60c Syrvie. Finest syrup Ever brought to a the Market 70c extra Gulden drip60c fine40c of Lull. New a Mackerel per kit. 9.5c new Pickerel per or. By. 90c quot per kit. 50c Floii Slid feed. 70 middling. 90 Best brands of Michigan iiour____2 85 f be bottled per bowl so Carolina Rice finest in the Market sic. The above is but a i artial list of the Many articles we have in our store to which we invite the attention of housekeepers which Are said at correspondingly Low Price a a a no. ©2 St. Centennial Block. Log ayrs fort Otto we want you to remember we mean every Avord we say when we Tell you that we try to give better stouter More stylish cloth Iii and better fits for your Money than you can get in any other store in this Sec Tion we know that to control a Large Trade be have to give Universal satisfaction and we shall take All honorable Means to se-3ure increased custom. So Bear in mind that we want you to give us a glance before you buy one garment or spend one Dollar for clothing. Eli Greensfelder prop a in clothing House no. 63 Market markets. New York. Gold closed ati02. Wheat firm Chicano 1 25ca l 26 Milwaukee. 1 27 a l 28 no. La 30 a i a. No. 3. A 22i corny firm a a Eailler 54ia54ic no. 3 5u f<351ic. Oati Dull extra White 40c no. 1, 40c no. 2, 3-,@3. It in no. 3, a5c extra mixed a ii no. 1, 35@35ic no. 2, 35c no. 3, 34c. Whisky quiet at f 109. Provisions pork quiet la bid for March 11 for May. Lard quiet i7 57i bid for March #7 70 for april $7 so for May. Toledo. It a heat excited and higher extra White Michigan asking 32 Amber Michigan Cash. 11 27 seller March Al 28f seller april 130, seller May ii 31, no 2 red Wabash Cash 1 26 seller March Aud april 1 20. Corny firm no. 2, Cash Askir 44c March asking 45c by 1, 44ic seller Mav 47ci, in jelled. Seller May. 45jc. Oats Tiki i Mic Man 27c. Clovis seed Mammoth. $4 50 prime. A Choice f4 40. hoiis�?f4 40. Cynic too. Hogs Dull and a Shade lower Light $3 Imi few sales were made at ti4 St Zippor did very Littie in the Way of purchasing. A it a markets Lorav sport. February 10,1978 the following quot it i Tiova Are the Price paid for produce As reported daily by a. U. Mcdonald grocer and Pru Ducu dealer. Market Street. Chickens live old. Per Doz. Spring per Doz. Quot dressed per Poi iad. Turkeys live per Pound. Dressed per pour. L Irdy per Pound. Dres Ted meats hum a. Shoulders. Quot sides. Pork Pertosi. Salt per barrel. Grata Mark Lcy a erected daily by w. H. Wheat new ked. Cloter seed. Com. Oats. Salt Wrabl. Flaxseed. Foj �10<32 50 in 4 5 @ 6 amp 4 h a quot s 8 s c 4 in 1 4� log Inson. 1 05� 1 1� 4 00new 28is d 20 1 a 1 10evansyill8,terr3 Hante a chicag Railroad. Time table. Taki effect sunday. February 17, its at 1� o clock "no.st�ori. N a c. to. Sex. Sex ukr Auu Uva Ivr new Kos Fri to Green apples. Butter per Pound. K a a a per dose. Pet it Tea a per Bushel. Uni Wner per Buebel. T50 1 a it nth to a a St i Irma 12 it l i in in. 121� 11 a it pin n 41 ii n Art ii i 111 11 01 1057 10 m 1�41 10 28 10 a a 1010 131� St.\ti�ns. It it omani h r 0 8 31 a pm 8 10 s �01 7 51 7 4s 7 a 7 w t-j7 t-j9 7 la a a of 646 �43 635 a to do Viville. Lune. Tue in. Perrysville. Mulone. Enofio. A Walnut a Ove. In Wix it. Opidee . Llu Andale. . A a Niit Urove blunts switch Clinton lock switch. Ather toil. 8. W Juu a Ellsworth i. C. 4 s l. C is a Terre Wilante. St.\ti�ns. No. 1 no. 6. . C. A n. Sex. Sex. 1 34-. 2 Tiu in 4 w �37 �4 37. 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