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~,G914. olosed,.in New York,.on.nepday
The.votein the, state":•senate on-the'fi ,
nafice Friilayi - was a shairiefui
bat, signiilea4t - Onfeiskon that the repiib
Mesh majoritiare'opposeiite at4.and .411
reforms the . nutuagement, ,of the state
The Democrats of Singh: niton • tom
seleCted Mr. John Runkin as their can
didate fOr Mayor and P. P. 'Rogers for
Justice. We. notice also that Our . old
friend John Blanding, forrnrly of,this
county, is on , the ticket, for atiessor.
'The proposition ot- the Hon. Satn.J.
Randall to adopt the eight hour rule in
the departments at Washington is resent-.
edby the employes. This 'is . adding at
least two hoots to their average of' dailY
service. - Like
,Charles' Lamb they make
up, tor, going late to their ,work by com
ing away early.
Eighteen. members of i the Louisiana,
legislature testifSt 'that Stat - s Sena
tcTWest paid them money for voting for
his,election. _ A similar !case' will. be made
out 'against Senator Bruce. of \lt isSiSsfppi.
A 3 to Spencer, 'of Alabamii,his case_turns
otit:to' be so bad' that bis exPulsion will
be the first of the 10t... , , - ,
.The Argentine . republic , haS appropria
ted- $53,090. lot the' puitioS6 of ' 4 nipl 4ip g
the products of its . PeOple - at the'aenten-,
mil 'exposition., _lt him. also authorized
the.expenditure of $20,000 to defray the
cost of a work descriptive of the conO•
try; which is: being published itt fduidif
ferent languages. There
..: will, be
30,Qq0 articles plabed on exhibit on, from
this country alone. 1 :'' ll
The National .Grangers have leaied
sixty acres of land for their grand en-'
campinent near Philadelphia,
charge only .$2. pe r day for board * . :Thej
new building to . be,. lighted with gas;
and. supplied with hot and cold w q ater:--
Sharei of $5O each are tol iSsned,ta he
amount of $240000 , member. being
permitted to take more than oneshare: , —
Tbis sum is expected to cover the'costo
the enterprise, ,
The Perry county Denioo . qt which is
owned and editcd by Hon. John
ex-Member of Congress, put lishes3 tell-.
ing aiticle in regard to he vicious , prat=
tine of compromisineviith 'government
defriulters. It gives a, table containing
the names of fourteen prominent default
ing- collectors. of internal, revenue, with
the amount due . - from each, the amount
relermed . through cominiomise and the
dates of the letters written by Becretarie.s
of the Treasury approving such compro
mises. The total amount owed to the
goernment.by those 'fourteen Coltectors
wai $1,604,075 25,0 f which $1,231,604 77
wa:s released and thus lost, leaving poly
$372,470 52 to be restored . to ,the Treas
ury,., There is -no appareut reason why
moss of this stolen money should not
haVe been recovered fioM - the sureties. ,
. They have unearthed a. young gilgrim-
TiVeed tog' in Cumberland -county; ac
oopling to the' Carlisle piper& It is
charged that thousands ' of 'dollars haVe
beed : - stoleri from the tteasury during ` the
last;:Year by County offimals.. Ex-Treasurer .
L. .1/..Orrie and, John Floyd, CoMmis
simmer' Clerk, are • the parties initnedi
ately implicated, and
pre.senk the, moat varied assortment of
2etty,'weullition. It's of -*re* cents
werti:' , itilarkeil 'by ad in g three.. or five
dollars to.thini, and: absent jurOrs were
spepplittd on extensively, Making./alag
greg44,o 'some thttn - sands
LoOking 'over the ordieuts' adopted to
plunder a ley, - hundredllollars, by enlarg
ingieorei 'of bills, making; detOtion' in
evitable either sooner or later'',ft'is: cliff
eta 1401Cti r ;OP , 1 011124q#Kic
were Makittf,cf9o# r; . F , ; ; a he. De , '
meVacYvt, cid mptheriCumberland:tintst
:cleaOse their hqueetisit.9l.sruch_9fOciahr:, -
,hP,Y .1 F9,11W3. 2 1.10- 046 4PP )14)41 '
caos4free passage the their' baggage .
Checked tbroFo;l:o476llrOr - . two.
jfire„ iboif &in our Aiat:- au o'
give the hoiiisOf Rettioetitiatili4s 4_Rl4 riabiii7g, three *ere fort',blOcing out the
old ctiOiimn of SieillOgr alCoPy of Tor4on'e .
-pigeleioni-,thestafic?,tich• , year,t:by"
pprokoilation \ for . the purpose of lbuying
one for each member:' , 7 lt wa§ brought
up before thathody .. last week and. _voted.
'down, before,we can get oar, papel%to
press with a Commendatory
we are, jogged , ouAlt other corner , by -the
.factthat A motioA, t is beforpflye, house to
reCOnsider the vote 'by_ which:the marlin
tion, AV* Ve.have no doubt. that a
!large numt ef / pf. the rtiernbors i need•sOme
of the infornOition that, is . contathed in
this book • but 'their' censtithenCivS that
'sera thern. there ,otight, to. be to, the ex
pense of furnishing' this knowiedg6 in-
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4tead ,- of, the, state. - ,We Presume: a e,c,py
..110binson' CrUS.o," or "Gullfth's trai7-
efir would do them ; ; u t as well i' Oierewas
the same money They-hia better
add-thq resolution 'of the Wiscoiisin'Leg
islature 'which is . to purchas€ a 'copy, of
Puide:n; and then they can set up a small
law , office * wben their term expires, for if
they reconsider and pass the resolution;
their constituency will most assuredly be
in fault if they ever get an opportunity
to buy anotheewith the peopleis money.
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Th&HOuse,'yeqeiday passed finally the :
revisingbill.ig the Tevenites—of - the State
sinking fund... Ittransfers from; the fund
the general • revenue acconnt, , two , :
thirds Of thecorporation tax* for:the
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resent year,•to • enable the -trewtry to
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pay its present obligations, lea,ing . more
than enough , to meet the interest •ori the
debt'and pay over half a millien annu
.ottlie- principal The hill.hastoille.
:very ' w holesome reserictiona .on;,,
Cers of, the .sinking fuutl 'relative to
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.h monty exhibi ts.,h of: the ;condition ; and
whereabouts of the fund Which the` Senate
- Will 'do. well to.' accept. -Senator's nerd
not ,be admonis h ed, 'after ihe: earnest
criticisms Of . the mor e independent 3Our
. _ .
lialsof : all parties, 'within.. the last , few
years that the :.people not only witilii,A)tit
imperatively deinand, just restraints up- ,
on the minute Of public funds. There
can be no good . reason for withholding
the deposits ofthe State from either ofT
male or the people, and monthly exhibits
druid. be made mandatory., One featore
of the House bill 'was doubtless =dictated
by_ the best purposes, but it involves the
4tdoption of a most pernicious and always
dangerous system. , We = allude 'to the .
clause \ re'quiring- the purchase' of. bonds.
It opens a' wide field for speculation,_
relieves'tne Treasurer of his just respon
sibility, and'.would compel the State my
buy, her own indebtedness at apremitim,
when it can all be paid at its face.. The
truepolicy is . to so' legislate as to have no
large, sntplus fund to tempt the cupidity
of the Treasurer or the extravagance of
the Legislature. - In the Managenient of
our State dnances there safety only in
poverty: Let taxes be reduced' and the
treasury depleted, and the corrupt treas
,. ury 'system will be e n ded Times.
GROW FOR COA'GRESS.
The Hon. Galusha Grow,__,)N,ho has set•
tied down in Susquehanna ill i ounity. in -his
old district, is suspected. 'by his political
rivals of looking out for another term in
Ci'mgress. They say that is what ac
counts for his sudden "flop" from Greeley
and .Buckalew in 1.81.5. Galiisha nevfer
loses sight of, the Main 'chande.--Har-
We are inclined , to think `our co-I:item
.pbraiy of ; the
P atriot is correctly, inform
ed for.' we' understand that at .a meeting
in... Philadelphia, a. few weeks, since, the
Court decided. that .Grow should have.ii.
What the jury, composed of 'the eleatora
of this'dittrict, • do, is not so certain
'for the,..l.tid• of. oar county
conclude 'Mit there is anything that
baffles Omniscience atlhe present time it
is to tell which - one of - . the Ring will be
dill - posed of next, by being 'Sent. into a
qiiiet,private life. Mr!' Grow has bad
time, to, reit, but . we are inclined to think
that the.people-wil "be afraid that his old:
malady will. return in a More dangerous
•relapse if ';he should be"put into a position
where he Would be exposed
tl ,to :Ring in
itence,again. , The congressional ifspir:
-elite of "the late Court - Roust. Ring"
wish Galusha was-now - in Texas or some
other warm, climate, d" of rustica
tang in i Sunnehatina , county for his po
litical recovery. If he` should succeed in
fastening him!elf upon \ the Ring ticket
for congress - next fall-14 predict that the
people *ill:see-to it that" his carpet bag is
ail packod and his,fire for, Texas
in November next, believing it to• be for
,their politic= health if--notr'for.' his. is
, teliPited that :Mr. Grow- him* in
lit asiriitiois and wilt' take: nomina=
th:00 tp :the I,,,we'r : hopfie of ,th,elegiejaturp,
paid to be very
4.4 4 itlg4tl o ;i• f.::5 . 1.14 ,
THE DEMOCROTIIM. 2, 1876.
Neveriperhapitan 14g#:t t of the
country was.thete so great an opPortuni
tY fog theketelserar Ctnii:oloYCharl
ty,-(n-iniiid, body; and' 'estai4•: - 4 - iit, the
present time, it is',true that 09d has
seemed to temper the wind - forge win
ter thus Tat: to:- "flip shorn 11013," lima
- thak tbousandC - .:
labor and 6i - 6'144n - 8 13upp4, hay,
',been able to piece out their u
.meal and erase -of ail" miich longer th'in
if the usual severity or this cli "
ate f bad
demalided goOdl part of their l Meaus for
lel, yet He, who said of theirne Chris
'fby theirtrnits ye shall knOw them;"
wi. call-many to 'n rigid account fdetlie „ .
golden o - pportninties to dispense,,
frnite. There are,pereous,in'lVl4ntrese as
'well as in every other town of ibt'sizei
whose. pride would naturally
from even-broaehing the fact to theit best
friend, yet who are' actually id need Of
indispensible necessities. ,ThoSelike,Jay.
Cooke & Co., may fail f l oi their". millions
and still' lilre - inptineely Style.;
. titit *bed
the pout working map, who ! prodtices
more real value ,to the country. in one
year than such as Jay Cooke &:. Co. 'have
done in all their' lives, fails to find em
ployment, the only source of ESenatenaticti
for himself and family,: it beComes, neka
mere loss of a surplzs conponaand
bonds, but an actual struggle with want,
and their condition is laigelyi owing to
the dishonest; wild and gambling , specu.:,
cation of such bankers and brokers, and
theit sweat and t4il these are now enjoy.!
ing in their spacious palaces. I , There ate
those whose munificent hands;relieve the
suffering bOusehold, but much more'of
the'kind - can be dispensed.. , The clays of
the falling manna are ;past, except as it
falls fioin:the hand . of , the genuine fol
loWer, of Christ, , the -embodinien t of '4
charity. He who prays for the' poor to
be clothed and fed, and accompanies this
prayer by prei3enting - . the' net: ssary food
and raiment is truly a Christian ; but he
who prays - that it May fall fro* Heaven
without these -good works,.if he be able
o render theni,is a hypocrite.! '!'
We heartily advocate:econoiny in -, State
and National expenditures. kit at \the
same-time we 'realize' the fact that there
maybe sucha think ae economy out of .
place., When the 'work to ;be done for
the state' .is . 4;the ordinaryi kind- that
anybody can' perform, such as , carrying
brick or mixng morter tor Some piiblic
Wilding, it is eminently proper to,let the
work to the lowest bidder, hilt when in
tellectdal skill and judicial integrity: are
wanted it pays to pay a good price for a
good article. It is possiblei 'that if the
office of Judge. were puk up at auction,,to
the lowest bidder men could be found for
less money than is now paid, or perhaps
there are those who would, do the work
for nothing, but would:it : be Poficy to ac
dept their s services ? The office of Judge
is.a responsible one and reciuires.ability
s a high order, and"the most tioanswer
ing fidelity on the part of 'the incumbent
When competent;pen are found it is ill
judged economy' to pinch them down to
the lowest figure that - will allow them to
live. It may be that the aggrqate amount
paid.to the Judges of the State is suth
ciei3t, but \le division is unequal The
pay of the' various Judges ou ght to be in.
some degree proportioned t o the, amount
of work perfOrmed. Outside of ,Phila
delphim and Allegheny,however,the
ty Judges are nearly all placed on the same
footing as:regards salary; although some,
are rev:tired to do Ahree , times as mach `'
wOrk as_others. counies like Sni
quehainiajioga and ,other agricultural
districts. the work of tbe JUdgel4 seldom
'exceeds eight weeks' in the fear and often
less, while , thc work is of that ordinary
it wire .
kind that does riot req.,
Itnd research is much of the intricate bu,
siness that arises in mining; manufacture
and commercial districts.' single im-
Portant equity case may require more
labor than a Week's ordinaiy work on the
Bench, and it is this . clas,sl d cases that
more - freqtiently arise in cities and . dis
tricts where there - are extensive' mining
and manufacturing interests and" large
amounts of capital are:employed: The
measure of the value Of. a Jud."s salary.
iu any county should iu. some
measure be graduated by, the earnings of
lawyers at": that Bar 'afid by the cost of
living. it ts well known :that the:earn-7
. a.„QrstclasA lawyer', in such. cohn
ties as Luzerne and Schuylkill-are - pouch''
More thanin the small agriculturalCowl=
.ties beCause largek inteiefAsitie iAVOIVed.
in litigolol,l,, :it `also ”-costs Inpie (Olive
suOlkcounties, antj.ini.hot ;unioatpna: ,
bfc to suppose that a Judge can save-as ,
'Much , at - :the end of fill* on a. - Silatiitt l
4 4 4,00
$5,000 in Luzeo l ,lr
give the Judgea tritkesepotm,:tleWie same.
salary - Would actually)ls4
the Judge of fbelimaiiikeiiithtgrtia'lrille
work done by the other. In fixing the
satariet of the Judges the Legislature
should take these - matters:into oonsidera
tgon , ,a4q listribute the pay in sonte;pe.;
ti6rii4if to ifi.e work.—Wcranton 'Tzt4s.)
-[ JEFF , DA
' . r.b.S' MISTA •
. - . • , E i
jiff pail's in.a4e* -, ,Prodigin,uA`
if 4e wanted the ,app i latise-, : and"4vnr-„ , of
the Bfaineaand Butlers .and , liortOns of.
the 2 Countryit . If he had 'itistideclated fOr
the cafpet-baggers i s n Misstssip i i4te!' the
41Corn''aid,: i he
' could; have been
welcoined :the; Senate by gorton', and.
any ; het had -inSisted .
that, tiiere ienothing in 'the constitution
thelaWs, or in a' sOtinti' public` 'racy, tn.
forbid a third term for thePresidency;"be
could have ; crossed legs with ,the guerilla`
.49814 tinder,the Presidential. mahogany,.
and had the keepers of AndersonVille;'
Libb3i and SanlshuiY Who have not yet
been hung or driven froin : the Country, in
,comf4rtanle, official position along with
Con federate free- booters. If he
had *hied Lee's chief - lieUtenant, Long.
street in,1863, in declarink that.Danoc
racy had staked:all Its issues , on the war
and lost he could .baye hung up his hat
in an Collector's, office on the Gulf, and
been indUcted into ',officewith Morton
wavug the flag of fraternity .'and fOrgiVe
pvei hhn.._ If he Midgiven a *pub
palm upderstandiuz to ,reconstrnotion
withl his ~uokllown statesman ,and nil.
star+d soldier, Ackerman it is ah even
elm* that he could haire' git,t
the Cabinet, and if he hadatuMpt4 his
State or any of . , his adopted Stati.e for,
scatl i tisfags_of the South Oartilinti'Xoses.
stripe,a as d.d.avernor I%;iis
in the field is a Ciinfedeiate iiioldit4 and
last in the Jeff Davin Senate,. Morton
won d ; have, moved. his .confirmacion
foreign Minister.% To think what chances
Jeff Devi i‘ has: test; 'but 'then 'he..alwa* . S
Was obstinate, s lfist aild : COtisisteni. only
in his dratn of the triumph : of treason.
Beinea foot in' that way, and of .all the
,bred of Confederates the inderMost of
the 4inder dogs, With oft sceptre; power ,
or friends; Blame, bottoms him :With :4
coui;Eige , that, 'rivals the heroism of the
stalwait policeman who missed the fink
namous burglar in his ambition to cap
turd the peanut boy." Two inei) have
foolahly, fatalli blundered, and h4tory
wilt write their name :aboat in this wise
—James. G. Jefferson 1 - 11avis.=-
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PitiRLIAMEN7A VICTOR r IES.
There is nothing qtiite.,au,amusing in
thelcurreut literature of the .day, ,
glorification of Radical , journals over the
pailiamentary victories" gained
I.3lkrie and Other.'•dijittagUitiihed IRadical
stacesmen . of,the oP,Representar,
tivis.' To one unihititated, it :Wouid 'occur
thit Mr. Blaine; was irevolutioniiing. the
co ntry and edit - rolling- its
Butt when one cOmes:,tO examine the
staitite. leeks . and . th e : proceedings : of
Coligreas4 we. fait to find wherein .
Blaine.is perceptibly' moulding the-legis
laton of the country. :
The `whole scope of his great victory
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is that he. delays the passage ,of a ,bill
granting-uniyersal amnasty,..a jfist meas
ur, and one that wilt beeventially pas
sed' as it should be. :liir.'';l3lisine being
inithe 'minority, possesse d the adiauttizi
that. the minority have, q. deiay
in i g action, or; putting. ,the 4 mujority to a
temporary' disitiVantage;: , The in,
th 6 - shape it`Waif before'aohgress, required
.a Majority I to tiecpre, its pus
sage., and)eis ;than ; tworthirds favoring ;
it4.passage-4 it failed, to pass;,, , That is all.
t erg is' in Mr. Btaines = wonderful vie;
But,one WOuld,:snpPOsp; readAng.
die, Radical newspapers that 'gr. Blaine
really done something' Wonderful,
a 44 something fOr'which - the American
i‘pleought to be :sufficiently: grateful
td elevate, bun to the Presidency. BUD
Dir; Blitine'.s. ; parliamentary • victory, ~ 4
almady,andin•the future-will continue to
-11- barren of . good results. Hie` ~ i victcrp" :
doeis not elvate good opinion
of' the people, but. on:, tile ~contrary,.has
already depreciated. him and the-deprecia;
tion' Will continue.
I He 'has" ShoWn himself nriable'Or
disposed' tO 'regard the; Union
V l / 4 , en-,
ttretv in , ling ; ;. - a Of- being
ready and willing ,toibury.4l - 1 01;Y:wrong,
and lritnie and eirerai t by
yirhbintinevire tdatini*ii; out of `bid t or
c; 'Ol ,
.eyer, he digs t open the grave find i fialtAvii
the skeletion:inithe balls
viloking - rtifijoni and'hayei,finfitibitt - : o'
tqfiti lieffkit c frii fi l t itio ll
,3 1i e
e `,, ='
' qtynkmeri.,, be they from 'the North or •
'tire',fliiirth, -are no kingei able lo corn.
and titippQrt' of even
4:__*'peotable portion of the American
*Pie. 'The beople both of the South
and the North remember that fifteen .
years ago they followed where this class
of - met' thietigli* s seriol,blood and
wOtralijd . lo 4 *ing4in
übt disposed to repett9l.,triPleex 7
pretext of old
'1664: 0 241 hes; arrd
every, true - patAjot, ;a the -.lands is yilling
to accept its'ireinoval 'ae a' full' cotnpepsa
'tion for , struggle
between the,,,llortb , 41 - 4 c
Slavery is dead ,'anO , buried:= l -it was`: the
only qtreetiiili t 1 4tl 4 - 46 ' l / 4 (iivided
: the A merica,ir peeple-77and, in, it&paseion
and every -•papsion and; -every prejudice
that grevr,out - , - of, the', long,; contest'' that
finally Oniminated in a, war , r in behalf .of
long cherished .
.held, in the
North `and South respedtAyeti*: The light
or the*iviong,Of'theie convictions can no
longetle - *Hie a. queritioir . in American
politics. No t One; but ;.every _question
was by the war, and *the North
has no right to dig them, up and,discus
them on -one side-any, more than the
South has on the Other. '
Thelniesion of the patriot and states-
Man of to=day is to cover'Up this unhap
py question and fciget the.Priesions that
it inepired, andi,the' ivho digs. open
ifs grave, on any pretext whatever,' in
search of .an isitie r ii - guiity of the foulest
,treason ,against _patriotism i that, can be
cotrimittedf..'Ve:exped --to min, be he
from the North air South,. who karmic&
t lie' toinb in :search of frieltO .4)use Imo4
kindle - ihe tires *of seOiional..hatred in, a,'
Übion, which :henceforih must . truthfrilly
know .no' North ; no South, no, East 'and'.
rib West, 'but , a I.coMinori
ereign. States,adietinet ,the, billows,
yet one as the. , sea. —each, perfect
own sphere, and all
ed npor`t' paet'''iiifferencee; 'preeen.t,
or preseiit'poileibilitiesiihall s be permitted,
exist, or , tOliirated in. discussion . in na
tional council: :"'
But Mr. Blaine's parlianientary victory
hiMself:On record, as: a.,prnnounced " see
tionalisVand one who is determined:that
the issues of the past 'shill - nOt he4o4cit
ton, but kept..iilh'e• and' fanned into a
conimthing flame like ,that Which s deOlat•
ted.the land .fifteen ;years And to.
croW,U, *x..Blainui.put himself on
record for the expreSA , purpose of near
luithe Presidency of, 4:l7nion which he
deelarei shall ` be in name but
hot in sentiment.." • ffpyr i many More such
iictories intervene between. James 'O.
Blaine. and political annihilation 7"-!
, Pittsburg Post. -
A:Orexthienieits' Hies! This Week.
:•EIL the estate of Nathan n. 'Stark late , of Sprinrrille
towrishiPiSusquettantia County, Pennsylvania. eed:
Letters of Administration the e: id estate hying
been granted -te the underaigned,' nil perssne owing
said estate are requested to make .imine&ate , payment,
and all persons having claims against said estate ars
requestes. to present them without delay. •
DEXTER W. STARE,
Feb. 2,1875.-4 w.
, • .
has• Just beets opened oi , er r: B. •Chandl e r' a store. All
kinds of work made to order. Repairing done on short
notice. After having nearly 15 yeare exp‘rience in the
business Ifeel Confident I can .pleasi all who margive
'me a call. . ..
E. UPTEGROVE. ,
Montrose, . 2 1876.,41 • . .. manager.
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:The inhiciiPoi . ivili . sell , gliaids at c'est ' foreish, dnr
hi; the months of February and. March; in Order tore
duce theitstock as 'ow as possible. Tbose having an
settled sect:hints will 'pyase'asettle . tho mime as soon as
Dlnloik;' Feb. nfrPr4 MAUTIN,.4 SON.
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by the Rev. E. A. Warriner, on Friday. February_llth t
18 . 113, at 8 o'clock p, m„ ,at , the holiFe of -Mr. Pagllci
Saye. Tickets, 80 Cents: • •
Montrose, reb. 2, ' 1878.-2 w.
T.T 110SEXTHAL, 7
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Will sell at public Bede. coral:mowing irktity, Fob. 4th,
1816 * at 11 o'clock. a. en. and` cOntino util Bold. in thu
itore,torutarly 000tipteebti.11..7 , 1": Stampi In Montrose,
a laYge,and *egg') avaortod etude of..
A 1415 'TIOCiTS AND SHOVEL LADIES',
).. • 111188118% AND 0111ORRN'S SUORS. '
poeitivn and , wittiont its*OoVe.' r 'T r ento , . 'ctwb for nil
Vila of $lO, or„ttOtiars'lW4 40(111490s! credit' , with' la'
;tereift and approvetteacurity'"on biliapver $lO.,
01 - orPbuitoota veoll sof Ipetitato lan:data Win find it to
'vooll,llitpetkat4o,ortell4,,' ta *Pk fov ;Flew,* atopde are
firs o**,4. goods: and aft
o datuad; ttoriisigned to fOo for
uletil??PiPPACt 1 $ tft* dkrupt Stout of Joint 01
loading liastgrn Factorlea„ fleinorabgrAb , e,5,9004, 1 M
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