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4 TILE C0LUM1U
SATURDAY, .Tt.1V 0, 1810.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840.
MARTIN VAN BUREN.
iftCHA&D 31. JOIINSOX.
James CLAtiicn, of Indiana,
LAtiicn, of Imliana, , . ,
.Lr.iPBR,of Delaware, Senatorial
Col. John Thompson
'2 Benjamin Mifflin
8 Mm. II. Smith
" 4 John' P. Sleinnm-
', Henry Myers
-B Daniel Jacoby
7 Jacob Ablo
8 Oflo. Chrlstman
" '9 Wm. Shoener
10 Hcnrj- DehufT
1 1 Hetuy Logan
12 Frcilcrick Smith
I!) Charles M'Clure
14 J. M. Gemmell
15 G. M. Hollenback
ID Leonard J'outz
17 John llortonjr.
18 William Philson
13 John Morrison
BO Wcstly Frost
SI Bcni. Anderson
23 William Wilkins
23 A. K. Wright
24 John Findlcy
25 Stephen Barlow. '
,. Our last niinibor (52) completed two
3'ears ef our proprietorship of this paper,
Many have been punctual, in their pay
nic'nts, but we have yet several hundred
-dollars due us for paperst aflvettising and
job work, which must be settled, to. enable
us to satisfy the pressing demands against
tis. We wish that all our subscribers would
remember, that although the sum due from
each is small, yet from tueh small sums wo
.Irave to meet large ones. Come then, one
and all, and square irp, arid let ua go cheer
Hj 011 our joutney
Wo haro received the past week, two
'numbers of a paper entitled the "Signs of
'the Times, relating to trus second coming of
t-hnst," published semi monthly.at Botrton
tias, at one dollar a yo3r. This paper is
'established to disseminate the doctrine of
"William Miller, that the second coniingof
Christ or the Mjllehium is to take place in
1843. The: Editor says:
"We prpo(?e to make the "Signs of, the
Times," a medium of intelligence in relation
io ins conuuion 01 the chureli and the world
at the prasenuimo, in reference to the Sec
ond Coming of Christ. And in view of the
near approach of the Son of Man in the
-douds of heaven, (0 aid professors of reli
gion in preparing for that day, and to ex
lioit, entreat, and prav sinners in Christ's
-lead, to.be reconciled to God; and bo pre
jiared to receive the Sarior with joy."
Muuomifjiiuns ruiciTtu ai Z11S 01I1CO.
Tht following remarks of the New York
-Evening Post relative to Virginia, are of a
very interesting character lust now
" If the whigs, as is now probable,8hould
fcucp (iujsoshioii mr anoincr year 01 the le
gislature of Virginia, this 'cannot be consid-
ed 38 a test of tho nnlitienl eliarar.tnr
slate. In voting (dr members of the, House
ol Jdelegates, the lines of parly politics are
mot so definitely drawn in that state us in
many others. Besides, in the state elec
tions, a frecholde'r can rote in ll the differ
ent counties in which he owns farms, which
gives tho whigj a considerable advantage, a
majority of landholders hemar nf (lint nartv
In. tke election of President, however, each
Citizen votes but once.
To show that n failure to elect a majority
of the House of Delegato,, is no proof that
tlio democratic party has not a majority in
, Virginia, wo need only refer tq the elections
' In April of 18.12, the election of members
tr the House of Delegates resulted in the
j'lhe choico of fifty-live members friendly to
iGeneral Jarkson, and seventy-nine of tho
opposition, a large majority of tho latter
ipartyj sufficient, if theso local elections in
Virginia formed any test, to do away all
jinpo of obtaining tho vote of the state for
Yet when the time for the autumnol elcc
ion arrived; when the contest w.n between
Jackson and Clay, and parly distinctions
frere strictly observed, Virginia gave an im
mense majority for the democratic candidate..
Ao vote for Jackson was 33, GOD; that for
V'ay 11,451, making a majority of more
Vh-in twenty1 two thousand in favor of
ijie former, After this, no man can say
l9t the success of the whig in electing a
Minority in tho House of Delegates, de
cides the political character of Virginia.
Z-wJLjiLiz:zzJizi-'' "is:"" -r -----r- - -y.-r ,t,f
IanBv T6 T.fm point.
'I'he following one of "Got. "MckutYi
nuu inc ijegisiaiuro 01 Mississippi :
To the House of Representatives. I re
turn, to the House for further action, a bill
entitled " an act to amend an act to confer
the power of justices and notaries on the
president of tho board of police, and for
other purposes, with the following objee-
First: It is unenhstitutional.
Second, It is inexpedient.
Third. It is unnecessary.
A. G. M'NUTT.
, Exer.utivo Department City of Jackron
Feb. 23. .
7 it Old Dominion still true to her
We are rjroud to be enabled to announce,
by a letter received last evening from Wash
ington, bv a fentlemnn nf this nitv thai ih
aggregate vote of Virginia, notwithstadding
the British Whigs have contrived to hold on
to the Legislature'.exhibits a DEMOCRAT-
ivvHiAJUKlll Ul' SKVtSN TKUU
SAND! This majority will be trebled
when the lines are drawn between the par
ty without principles and their- Abolition
candidate, and tho party tho creed df which
is the legacy of Jefferson, nnd their candi
date the Farmer's Boy of Kindethook,
Heads up, friends ! a-glorious destiny a
wsits Hie people and their principles.
ANSWER THESE 1
If Harrison was such a valiant General
in tho last war as the whigs represent, why
did not Conirress orcsent him witlr snmn
tribute of respect as it did his subordinate
officers, Croghan, Duncan, &c? Why did
1 actually refuse to present him with a
iword when such a motion wns maito? VVhv
did Harrison, resign before the close of war?
If Harrison is a nnor nun. wlnt lm h
dono with tlw salaries of the different offices
lie has held for the last forty pcaw I Ohio
"HARD CIDER." '
AH the Georeia Whic memhura offlnn
greiis six in number have come out pub
liclv III favor of Van Huron ! Cli-nralr, novo
.., ., , V. 7 6"'w
11 eiecinnai vote against Van liuren in '30
I he Kichmond Enquirer offers to bet
$250,00 that Virginia will co for Van Bu-
ren the popular vote, at the last electiont
snowing a uomocratic majority ol 4000.
Duff Green, of the Baltimore Pilot, a fie
ry Harrison paper, has avowed himself in
favor of the Independent T rnanrf. Tho in
dependent Treasury is aboul the only objec-
! I , . -tr J" r' .
mm wo near uaeu againsi van uuren, and
Here is a leading- ODDonent takinir it nnil,.r
ins wing, uuy cio an the Ktch men op
l; ; ..
pose mis measurer is t not because it do
ses tneaoot upon their speculations?
tl ho is the Soldier Gen. TTnrri inn
carries his pockets full of paper certificates
vindicating him from the charge of being
tot nriulcnl: but bears no hmlil
01 having oeen witiitn gunshot of the ene-
Col. Johnson, tha ltngRKIiminrr nliilnn
thropist, and the democratic candidate for
me vice rresiaeney, carries no paper testi
monials of his services : but bears unnn Uia
.1 ir tt 1
iramp, anil win taise with him to the grave
SEVENTEEN SOAKS, the enduring
memorials 01 ms rator and Dravery in the
front of his command, and in tho thickest
and deadliest of the fight. 0, Paliiot.
Aewsnancrs. The celebrated writer.
"Junius," thus speaks of newspaners :
'I hey who conceive- our newspapers
are no restraint upon bad men, or impedi
ment to the execution of bad maasures,
know nothing of this rnnntrv. Our m!n.
islers and inai'inlr.-ites havn renllv IInTn mm.
; : . . . . .v ......
leniTieni io,cpnten(i with beyond the censure
of the press and the spirit of resistance it
exmtes itrnontr the nebnle. Whiln thi rpn.
soiial power is maintained, to speak in the
woms 01 n most ingenious loreigner, uoth
minist'rtf iihiI mairistrnles nrn rnmnnllpil in
almost every instance to choose between his
duty and hi reputation. A dilemma of
this kind perpetually before him, will not
indeed work, miracles on his heart, but will
assuredly operate in some degree upon, his
From the Philadelphia Spirit of the Timca.
The Shunlell irifa.'i'hr.r was a irrnat
4 u - a
meetmjr on Ttisday niirht in this city of
the Female Abolition Snrirtv. Nn males
are permitted to be present at these conven
ticles; but on this occasion tho husband of
one of the women being of a jealous tem
perament, was determined to be there.
The feininines wete terribly distressed for
a while by his presence, and finally one
jumped up, and after particularizing the
rules, demanded ot the presiding petticoat
that tho intruder be romoved. Here was a
dilemma, that led to a .perfect storm nf
words. It was settled at last by, the gen
tlfman's.wife, who (like all wives, unwill
ing 10 jet outers aousc her husband, howev
er she micht indulge in that luxury herself.)
remarked with some tartness, that for her
part she could not see why men had not as
I'dnd a rioht In altnnrl tlin mpMinua nf wo.
o n - o -
men as the women had to attend tho meet
ings of tho men. This short straw tickled
the fancy of tho assembly, and the man was
n0iftlltti.1l tn rninuln Hiiwa I t".it I Ua nrn.
t i-MTijritfnr i nirp. .i lit a tilt r , r n M - tu 1 - tj;i rm i. . t rr t . . w.t . t jl z. - - jr.'i .
iS 1 t T J "i , 5"-'v"S'7 . tiyji' t-KK.ii is siaie.il' t lartlrbson i-iiuaiucrus FOR7 THE
ill that her ra rents hail been iint fnr
At the fust alarm of fire he repaired to the
spot, anu alter an anxious search found her
in an out building, 200 yards from the
house, to which she had lied in her fright,
una oiuy eveioped in a counterpane. She
was immediately removed to her father's
lodgings, where it was soon ascertained
that tho fright had entirely removed tho dis
ease Under which she had been laboring.
nnu sue una since arrived at liallimore in a
perfect state' 0 health.
A Novel Affair. A few days since a
iratitlematl ridinn- in ttia went nart nf
town reined his horse up to a boy who was
sianuwg in iront 01 a house, and oilcrod
him a pocket book. The boy not under
standing the design of the stranger, and ta
ken by sin prise, refused to accept it; when
Ike stranger threw it into the street by the
boy and rode off. Tho tpocket book" was
taken into the houso, opened and examined,
and was found to dohtairt two hundred and
three dollars in bills or tho Hartford Bank.
There was also a slip of paper attached to
the roll of money, on which was written
with a pencil : " Give this money to Miss
." The name was that of a young
lady who has been for some years partially
deranged,- and who has lived in dependent
circumstances. The whole affair is singu
lar and a part very foolish; for if the donor
wished to make this present without expos
ing his generosity, he might have adopted
some more sure method of a safe convev-
It is stated that the wheat and rye fields
throughout Pennsylvania, present the most
flattering appearance, and it is calculated by
some th it tho coming harvest will even ex
ceed that of 1839. If this should be the
ca3e, and the largo quantity of produce
raiseu uc tiucii as to cause prices to.be low
er, we SUDnnse ilia uftlitra will rnntinnn in
blamo the Administration for thn low iinr-nn
Oh, ye are a beautiful set of patriots, and
The Mavsvillo Eudo sar ; W Ip
from a gentleman just froai Greenup coun-
iy, iimi wiiiio a iur. norns and his ncpl
w, a Mr. Hannah, were engaged in hunt
mg turkeys on Wednesday- tho latter,
hearing tiis uncle calling turkeys, and hav
ing but a partial glimpse of himt supposed
the noise to proceed from a turkey, fired
anu iniianuy Riueu air, Morris, hie neck
having been broken by tho shot.
In riltsburp' Gcnernl 1 1 :i
ted as the great friend of the Tariff, and in
ui-urgiz ui ineuus avow mm us uecided
Heal Estate in St. T.
ono hundred thousand dollars, was lecentlv
l.l . ol :m . .
euiu ai oiicnu s saie lor lour tuousand dol
A Intterv ilealpr in Nkiit nUinii,tii..i!.
J . . ... . v wiiv.ll.aufVIH..
es his office as the " Road .to Ruin Lottery
uince. i ins piece ot lienesty will give
mm iois oi customers.
The Mississippi Legislature,, has passed
a law requiring the banks to resumn snenin
payments. This shows that the people of
uini oiaie nave seen enough ol bank hum
bus's, and at tho next Pnrmii!fnii:il lr.iin1.
.1 . .!ll .1 .V . r . . ..
uioy wm ucmuuairaiu me laci, .oeyond ai
Mr. John Ayrention lately led to the al
tar. in Philadelnhia. Miss lihndn Kingnn
,4 ' , I
fifl(r a rniirt.vhin nf tliirtv.rM'.. .anr. I 'l1!.:
v. ...... b.19 i i ma
n lii. ...a ntltnl ....... 1 .1 . . . ! C I . ... I.
wwnD tviiu, uiAy ud UU1IU II WU UUiy BUCK
The hrin-ht of thr rWiWniii l?.r1rol
uunuies ia ruiuuu sinus, aim sine stockings
holdin? conventions in loir culiim' ami
uiiuiwiiig - nam Qiuer.'
,i.:..i.: . i i -i
1 hirlv-nine divorces wrrn AerrnnA .lnr.
ing the recent session of tho Maryland Le
Unwards of gixlenn-lnmilrpil ami
1 W " IV(rfJ
- ' . I . Y . T r I f
I O wwawMMU
rope, during three days of last week.
uaofluiipcrs arrived ai ovr y nrir lrnm :
Strawborries and asparagus made their
first appearance in Boston market an Weil
Jl lacl. I hero IS nothmcr whtr.h r
keenly, womds a little mind, as to witness
tho objects of its jealousy calmv nursuih?
mcir uwu tuiiucins, wiiiioHi me least no
tice of its puny vaporing.
The Celestial Jlrmti Thn P.hinp.i. nr.
my consists of l.OOO.OOOinfanlrv.and 800.-
000 cavalry. They aie good soldiers when
opposed to bad ones, but bad ones when
opposed to good.
The Enclish have 1 line of kittle shin.
0 friortflfl nilfl Ifl nlfinnft nf war. no nr npfir
our coasia making a total of 022 guns, and
fr m nn
Tm nrionnltlfln finr ifnlit VtoH linnn ilintlali
edby both branches of tho New York Le
gislatune. A new post oflico has been established
at New Castle, Schuylkill county, and
Doct. Benjamin C. Morris appointed post
Rev. Isaac Braham, says the Salem'Ga-
T.Attfl. fi ha afllniatftil an naRtnr nf irm ilnn.
gregational Sopiely in Georgetown, in this
. r .i . . . "it,
coupiy, loriy-mreo years, xiis siiary nas
ever been 9300 and twelve rords of wood
iii' p ; r"" 'Y J V,clte'-. la rnemper ot Uongress 1 n.ppUblici on of th E
town. Ha. wj n vnnnir liiiv n M h J I.0..1 1 r.U p..J..li : , i 1 .-r!,r, r
iulu 1 null riniiHKrR. nan ..nniirna ......hm i-im mpnm nckvit. in u.. . .1
I,,.: , - t N - -v miiuiiubhiu
niuuuni" inni 10 no levn tint I ti t-nnnri ..
relatioti to his father being in ond . bf t'io
jninea 01 Mexico, is correct. Steps will be
immediately taken to ascertain; its truth,
and procure his liberation". Can this be
A Mr. James Sartin cut his brother Sam'
uel s throi near Mount Pleasant, Miss
on tho 11th inst., and then dashed out the
brains of the deceased. They had been
A 1av ti I...- j- i ...
Friedland. Va..affedllO. H v.,.',u
, ' "
capacity. f a teamster at the ieige of York-
town, and also saw Genaral Braddock as he
passed on tb thd west.
it is reported that the dlflle.,1,1,. Uh
rr . .
Indians in Missouri have been checked
tho tribes having consented to deliver up
the perpetrators of the outrages
7Vie Turban. The autVinr r u.n
Franco." save : " 1 Iiavr nlwava v,.ortJ -
. , ,- wu.ua IOU,
mat your doiu uasinng women, ure fond of
I T I .
u luiuau, anu i uo not remember that 1 ever
met with a modest, retirim? woman, witi.
- i i i ,, '
uiib uii ii ur iicau.
The Postmaster at New-Orleans has iriv
on iiuiivu iu uruuers. anu Ilttiem whn rn
111 the habit Of sendlUC newsriannra In Tol
as, throtlgh the mail, that their labor, is in
vain, untuss the postage is ptid when the
papers are mailed, the Texian Arnt rfn
i. ,' 7 " " o '
'"8 " iae mem irom that oliice
Col Pierce, the lllslinaniolir.,1
tier of the first retnmpnt nr iniiL
ed at Beston oil Wednesday morningj with
uuiMiiiuii oi- ms regiment, in.eight days
march from Plattsbum. IV. V.. r.n
to (he Maine ftontler. Ooh Pierce is one
oi the best onicers in the service.
I he sum avflrdratrn iv Tl W. O......
Irom the Uank of Virainia Is ascer ainpd t
......... , , . vricciiu
apiuum iu 90Ui,uuu,
.rrr, ... r.
LAimiu.u-y me uev, u. a. i ob.afl
the Oth inst. Mr. ALEXANDER
MEARS to Miss PHEBY
both of Cattawissa.
By the same on the same day, Mr,
GEORGE KAUFMAN, from the state of
Michigan, to Mrs. JACOBY, of .Blooms-
npHE bubscnberresptctfully informs tho public
m mat no nas taken tho large and commodii
formcrlv kent bv William Itnl!an in
that ho is fitting it out in good style; and intends to
sparo no pains, in enueavoring to render it in all re
snccta. a comfortable, house nf
travellers and guests, who may favor him with a
call. His larder will always bo suppliedwith the
best nrodtictinflq of the mnrtof. nn.l hl I.
choico wines and liquors.
The stables arc ample for the accommodation of
a l&rire number of horMu;. nni f.rrnt netAr. ...:tl
always be in attendance.
Tho Subscriber, by a strict attention to business,
. - --. J w.wu. v.tlVI, Vll
to men. aim uuuiiu a snare oi puunc patronago.
fltlminfi ... . ..
llloomsburg May 9th 1840.
Of al kirtds. A so 1UITTP.R ami
WOOD. received iin navment for Daner at
.i,i ri V '
THE 1st Battal
notified In nil
ojf tho 7tst Reeiment are
'I Orunirevilln on Thnralnv
tho 21st dav of M',
MXt n.l inn Vnl..ntn.. r'...
panies attached tli
. . . . i
' ' .Milt MUUI-
fic meet at the same timn
and nlace'. 1
The 2d Battalli.'
tho 71st Reirimcnt. with
the Volunteer v
Uattawissa, oy' ,
ICS attached, will meet at
!ho 22d dv of Mav. The
for uarado and Iusneclion
with arms' and a
ments in good orucrat 10 o
clock. A. M.
As there is a pfyplzt of War, tho Colonel' hop is
imiiinrv snim " nnrvnitn mi i n honra ami
&nd shoulil thirTnHntrv rmmirA it 41ia will 1
dy and willing to serve her with promptitude and
It Is expected that cms or both nf thn Cpnrm
M. M DOWELli Col.
7 1 St Ties?. st Urisr. Rth T). IK M
J- . - - - .
I nuits of anneal will be held on the second Mnn.
uajr in juhu, iur inn iti jjouumioh bi urangcviue,
r t . ... t .. ii . ....
ana tor mo X'd Ifuttallion at Koaring Uroek
on., o l -t. l i . ,
I ho Subscriber has this ilaw lnono1
Sedcewick Wells, of BloomhUrB : rZ
lowinfT nronertv. vix : 12 r.hnim. ;in vnrrU
carpetting, 1 copper kettle, 1 wash stand, 1
Uranhfnot IaUI. O - . 1 . . . t - I .,
u.o.iniuot, tuuic, mining unairs, ana saiu
S. Wells holds them on s laa from m
ana m no other way.
April 21, 1810.
THE subscriber has for sdle a CANAL BOAT"
of about 50 tons burthen h l.t.r. I,.
one year, and would bo sold on reasonable terms as
iu i'iko uiiu imjiutiina, or wouiu lane nay in Btons
wv. uriii irviumiiiir unjuuee in lis nmnrn np ii.;i
suvipiii-. .iuuicss mo suDscriaer.
McDowell'- Mills, (Bloom,) Col. co. March 14.
Tho Wilkesbarra Ttennhlieiin P
- -.v. ii.caou
nuhiifth Ha tthi.v it-.-... tior.-i e 1 .1
.....v. ..in iii.il-o
I v UUU 1 U IIUVU
times, and forward their
bill to tkis office,
IXT.JIA GtQDli" Wllf
nlrtntll.. TlRTu.. in ... ....
r 1" "yui.-i mil cuuiain uie pro-
ceedmes df the Democratic Convcnlion tp be held
in Baltimore the first week In May, to nominate
VU..U.UUII-H mi-1 rcsiucnt ana vice President of tlw
For 1 copy g j
" 0 copied 5
And in proprotion for a greater nurnbe'r,
PttVni'enta Innv tin lrnnmi(i,l l,w ,v,li .1 .' 1..
jposoge paid. The notes of any incorporated hank
I in'.the United States, current in thn nnrlinn .r m.,n
',LC " "sides, will be received.-.
tiui wnen suoscnDcis can nrocuia ih hn(c nt
banks in thoNor.hem JSufftoto,
I'lwo cnd them. '
, 0j"'o attention will lie paid to any order un
mj.vvhci. paper, nrecmats crtait to
any person .for it. Therefore it is tint n,.h i.su
1 foJ aY person tosend dn o'rdcr to feihoUccompa-
nied liv thn
To insuro all the filirnbcf t, sukcrlptlo'h should bo
hereby Uio 15th May rUxt, at farthest.
. , . . lUAli: & RIVES'.
Waglunston CtyJCth April, 1840.
THI2TK AND ACT QUICK!
TM1 roUstriber iriiehaing to close his business
M. in Hloom'sburg and mnvn out oftown, on tho
first uar of A nail, calls ution nil wrenn. is
him tocomo forward and fclpse their ctclidunts befora
that time, or thev will lir left with - i;,c .
r , . ...... W f il V
according to law. REUBfiN BOMDby.
March 21, 1840.
THE Sishapriber informs Ilia
- v fuwuv mil
he has taken the well known
lately occupied by Daniel Gross, (a Blooms'-
r ,T" """v-uuuiy, uuu soiichs a snaro
oT public patronage. His BAR and LAI
DLR will alwavnhf nhnnliari-.iii. .u.i .
and having good stabling arid attentive host-
ef4. he nim,n,f -. -. - . . rr
, cive saiisfaction To" all" '"STJ
. . v.. wcixvv.T.
Bloomsburg, April i 1 1840.
Orangeville, Columbia County. Pa.
THE subscriber infnrme tlin nnlilin il.o.
he has taken tho above well known DtitT
liltelv knot kir Rnmiml 1?iVIi. ,n.l !...,:.-r
ma uirnuR anu inn . i ii f- icnp'nn it t r niuA
him a call, His
hall at all times be supplied with tho best
ana choicest ot JUiqnors, and Ins
with all tho choicest delicaces of the season.
With fbnd attention in thn lihtian. anil
tntive hostlers, and gtod etablig, hopes' tl
merit and receive a share of public J'tftfort-
April 11, 1840.
'rup .ntoi,iii .,! -,n i
INDEPENDENCE, will bo kept for seN
vice at tne statue ot the subscriber, in
Bloomsburg, the ensuing season, to com
mence on the first of April and end oil the
first day ;of July next, ori moderate tef ms.
fMnnti rv-i mr . . ......
ii ucr lun u&n uia, is a Beautttul bright
lav, havintr a black list alon? his brick, anil
black legs, mane, and tail. He stands us
ing sixteen hands high; arid for symetrr
and movement, he can havfc butverV fewsu.
oerlors on thia Onnlincnt." 11U fnrmnr
er kect him fnr ihn turf, nri ivkioh ha
cr lost a raco, for six hundred yards, and a
quaner oi a mile, lie is well Known m
this neighborhood Is ho a sura linrsn! iiil
his steck of raoro vahie, than that of nay
other horse that ha9 been kpnt In ttt ehu'niv
for many years past.
The Sire of INDEPENDENCE, was
the celebrated imported horse, Printer, tho
swiftest horse, at that tinio. in tl.n ITnlti.it
States. Hit Darri was got by the importsd
horse Whin: (J
horse. Quicksilver; all first rate iiBrses; that
wore tlje noblc'progenitors of what is now
'considered, the best bloodj and most valua-
cnnsiuered, the best bli
, .' -""
8l0JK ,n "Wl
Blodmsburg, April 7ih, 1840.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ply of Fresh Garden Seeds, from lheUtlet1
e at. 1 . . .
uuciciy 01 pnaners in tho state or Vew-
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cheapest offered to the public.
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