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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1872)
A COTTepOiMleiit -inl u i-
lowing aiKMlote of Ben flutter, wMch
Iwatyatau new aWMNl In priiiU
but as it llhMU' ifc cbawtcrirtiw
. a '
ntes (he ehameterMies
b tMiaod tobeti
to be a iiiajw-j?eneral i
of the man it
Baa Butler vvn
hi-fore he cot
iwl .i rpnri'-M'iitative uf III- tli-triit in
congress. Like nil lawyers, Ben laid
a hard pull of it at the rtart. and r
Imps Uie riawpmaa ami ani for
wlacli he is so univcn-ally 'celebrated
were aaqnlred at ilii- early period of
his life, when l- v:i striving for a
practice and tin- odd- were I rains or
One dav. while sltihiS in hi
tlu-re entered :i lonit-k-eired.
Iiauliet-faei'd specimen of tliesenht
Yankee, who looked -diarp enough lo
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mane in" iik.iiini
iU vvlioil.iKai.-o-l.d Hi., fuliiiv eon-
Mr. lawyer. I am going h.i" it lit- i
hndllttM ami as yon
jlit -mail. pltK'kr sort
of a uhap, 1 thongnl 1 milit as well
give tlw b to you."
All right." say- the lawyer, "roll
lan't triut vour fa- hi batter liand-."
Well, them I bad a Imai Imliging
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In nn out-heil. a ik-iIiImh- ni! came
What would yon
and ate it.
Why. pm-cuiti- the owner ol the
dog. of'cniir-e. Make the fellow pay
That' the talk. Mr. I.awyir."
mid the Yankee, with a sly smile l e
ffiiuiing to work aroma) tbe corners of
his eyes aial moutlu Bnt jwt lee I
don't know as it makes any lUflference
(lie thing wa yoiirn."
liutler opened his eyea little at tlii
onslatiglit. tint he wni't going to I e
taken back in tluit manner, even by a
"What do you value your Iron at
vkis! lintler. drawing out his walh t.
-Well, I giajsa liwdollafa will he
letting yon offelieap," said the Yan
kee) "for it was an nll-tlrtd good
Without entei ing a wonl of protect,
Butler )iiid the money and then -aid :
"l liere is yo9r damage for Hie ham.
Now fork over $10."
"What lor.'" Impaired the Yankee,
In Ills turn a-toui-linl.
For my legal advice." -aid Dirtier.
Yon don't siipiose I can work
without a fee. do you:'"
Mr. Yankee was bit, 0 drawing a
five as long as lii-t legs, he slowly
coutrtcd out the money, and Inwardly
vowed he would bring llOlltOrahlW
bu-iiiess before the ymrtlifiil lint razor,
like illspeiiter of (,'oke and Hlack-tonc.
Mrs. Nancy Tuttle of Fiuleyville.
Peun., has pulili-hcd a caul, which is
a pretty ppeeimeu of feminine m he
mence ami non-aeiiiuieity, Slie oil'ci
$100 reward for nwarmt ol Zenas
Tnltle. "a tall man alxuil 80 ycai -.
has contldernWe money and a lii"!i
forehead, long face and lantern lavfed
bad man with a ll-t like a 1
giimr aim naaoiiffl oeiti me. .no
by way of clincher Nancy add-: "I
watll to sec him end his day- in a pen
itentiary." She then returns to the
subject of his personal appearance t
"He wears a gray coat With a Very
large mouth and one blue eye and one
blind blue eye and a hideoiH-Iooklng
man ami now living with his seventh
woman and me having one hUrJ by
him. and I want him Ironghl up slap
In the law with blue pint-, and Is a
bald-headed ra-en! full of flattery and
deceit, and she is a bad woman and
her little girl cnlN him 'Papa "
Xancy "wants to have him caught"
and "will never live with him again."
Which do rot' Pkefeb? "If yon
prefer the ke of luger or Ihe bottle of
wine to tttc. ikl Mary, "just take
(hem to the Magistrate, "anil get mar
ried to them."
"What do you mean?" said John.
'Just what I say. I dont WUt a
young man to come here evcjitug8
clitovmg clove to cover lii brc-alb.
and hide hi- Imbit- of drinking. If
yon like lager more than yon love me,
Jiht marry it at omv, and don't divide
your anvetloiH ijt-tn ecu a woman aim
wine-or a woman and lager; love
Hid liquor have no aftinity.' .
"Whv. Mary, liow you talk!" ex;
"Yen, I mean wliat I say ; linlcs
you sign tlie p'edgc and keep it, you
bad better not call here again."
John dM sign tlie pledge, and he
kept it, and lie married Mary.
The landlord of a laitel called a
boarder to him one day. and said :
"Look o'here ! I want you tunny
your board bill, and you milt, I've
anked you for it often enough ; and I
tell you now tliat you don't leave this
bouse until you pay it."
"tiood." Kiid the lodger; "just put
that in writing: make a regular agree
ment of it. I'll stay with you m long
a I live."
Tlie filibustering expedition which
recently wiled from New York fbr&t
lia in the steamer t'annie. lias come to
grief. Xo s b revived lliat the ves
sel inn aslatre on the SOMA of that Is
fltml. and w.-n burned to prevent her
falling into Ihe bands of theSiniariN.
U is firtherrta'ted that sixteen men of
It 1-5 llfl IfB-l Sl.lItU UI.U .-IMH-II llll-ll I.' I
the expedition have been captured and
The Chicago Punt declares tint "Su
hii II. Anthony isn't a million years
old;" but the traditions of the pre
historic ages, tbe testimony of the
rocks and all the revelations of modern
science go to i-how that there is no tell
ing how old she is,
A Dutch Justice gives (ho following
oath to a witness : Vou do awfully
swore you'll tell tlie ti n! h, the whole
truth and nothing Lut the truth, the
best you cau't.
Tlicre are now two papers published
by Americans in the English language
iu liennany and one in Switzerland.
A new American iwper will soon ap
pear in iiresden, and another In Home.
JfeiMOtmler recently received flO,
003 tbr a single paititing.
. - 1 - - - lll'lkl'tll lU'lM A HI 1
ifirll. me um lnwrr. ' aiiovi. mi
st OHM J
Iaoarte,ell-kiHwu performer, i
in tlie character of "lion lamer,1! in
UKi1tei unsworn., 1. bcoii.
wrorrn'.lwuimangk'U t rteatl. Iry
Hue animals. ii mgiiuuiirnjfcuv
occurred during an exhibition in
I Mm imr Mftuclioter. In the :
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8 :uie Mcrc ,,ve
.ftp. I he animals were ,mt
through their leaping exeroifcs, I
when .laearle noticed that one, a
in I-gmwii Asiatie, was rather ro.-t-ive
and khoWed its teeth i ie drew
hissword ai!dHiiitod it thivntenii g
lvatthe lion's month. Hi attention
beii : thus diverted iVwnj ti e other
an'Biala, a ytantg African lion crept
tealthily mil trom the group and
sprani; toward Macarte, rebinghiw
by the rigW tup ami throwing nun
down. At the route time the Awatk)
, . . .
lion lastei.di Itsel. upmi Lis ni.w,
turing"ffa portion of his wal.
Vncarte ibnghl ileMwratelv with hi-
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me :aee oi oi ui noon.
the other lions sc'.cd the illitoltll
i.ate man by his only arm. fractur
iiiir the U nes, while ai otiier totv a
iaeco of flesh out of his thigh. .' a-
carte retained his presence of mitid,
and callcl out to the men to hie
anions: the animals. Revolver and
rirlcs were act.nlingly pn-euKil,
and while some tired blank car
tridges full in the taeea of ti e in'ii-
riated b ats, i thtis proUni tliem
with heatinl irons, stabbed ihem
i with ti iks and beat them with 8
; ladder ai d iron sera pern,
Eventually a slide w:i- i. trod need
between the lrs of the cage, bo
' hind which .Mr. Mircl all. the agent,
drove fimr ot the lions. At the
fifth lion mere shots were fired, but
it was not until the heated Uis
were applied to the nose of the ani
mal that itrelu.ipiished its hoi ' and
ran behiial the partition. Macarte
i then staggered to his :oot, but ere
! l econld reach tlie dour, and lie'ore
! the slide could btchistii, the Afri
can lion aoain rusheii otit,R'izea hini
by the itait, and dragged him hack
into the corner among the other an
tmak Again the frightful strng
gte went on. Macarto was drag
ged up and down the cage by the
head and legs three or (bur times,
the floor being saturated with his
blood. Some rifles loaded with shot
were fired among the savage brutes,
and with several irons, now heated
to a red glow, were beaten into the
corner and the partition closed
against tl em. Jacn to was then
1. still confctous. Ashe was
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ledtoatellow wdrkman ''Harry,
I I'm done for!" In addition to the
back rt ofthc icalp, all the llcsh
had been torn frem the thigh-; the
right arm was fractured in two
; places, as well as badly lacerated, ;
i and the lmi.es ot the U'Kls had
i nieces bitten out ot them
in ten minutes alter his admission lo
tlic infirmary. l)cceascl was ad
vciis of atse, and ft native ol Cork,
, i,i e
Bonner's ten horses have cost
it R inn
Tlw; largest Orchard in tlio world I- gjj t'ltriti-lt a moderate hftlauce for
in California. It contains 42 acres, rwlllction of tlie principal ofthe
and over Ta.000 fruit trees. j jgi .U1(j .vi-mie, except so much as
A I-awrenee, Mass.. macl llic for 1 uiayie received from a tax on tobac
maklug wall liaper produww seventy-! co and liquors, ought to be rated by
niue niiles of imper dailv. being run duties on importations the scale ot
twentv-three boms out of tlie twenty- ' which should lie so adjusted as to aid
f0,lr, ' i in securing remunerative wages to la-
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A iioct luis forwan eu to w mw v i"' r . , ,, . ,
modeKyer . . i &J f! hole
ST i Bii-We hokl in undying honor
Tr turWab rck I tlie soldiers and sailors wlrose valor
T b me aSSSu Tme " vl Hie Union. Their penriow are
1 he Uitue that s Ulie to in. . ()f nm)
Mafsacliusetts ranks fourth in ' ; OW4all( ona,a,is of tiMwe w liodieil for
manufactiireof fermented Ikpiora. j Mr OMllltry .ire entitled to the care
A Teorla, III., fanner has a pig of the Government and tlie gratitude
with two heads, four ears, seven leg-! ofthe im.oiIo. We fevor such ivddi
and two tails. tloinll legislation as will extend tlie
Tlie law of primogeniture, is at an bounty of the Government to all our
end in British Columbia, the bill to di-: soldiers and sailors who were honor
vide estates among the nearest of kin ably dlajbarged, and who in time of
iiaving passed the Provincial I.egisla- j duty became dhnbled, without regard
tllre h to Ihe length of tlieir service or the
we shall number .m.OOO.OOO and ou-r ,.rllihal,.)jialH,. . u subject al-
lm- ' ways a siifiject," having at last,
The Ohio State debt is aliout ?0,000-1 t,.ugh tlie efforts of the Republican
OCfl. p:irtv. been abandoned, and t he Atneri-
Some ofthc lakes oTSwifTerlaml j cm J, 0f tlw rlglit of tlw indivklual
over one thousand feet deep. j t0 hunsfer his allegiauco having been
Tlie Turkish Government bns "pen- j accepted by the Kiiropeai. nation, it is
ed a school for girls. iVetty well lor the duty ol our tioven.nient to guard
a rcligitm whose women have no with jealous care the rights ot adopted
,,1 b citizens acauist tla; a-suiiiptioiw ot un-
The Illinois Central Kailroad f'oni-
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I P?"? ?ff'tJ,?f.'La U'u g
" r" i tlou ol voluntary i ngraiion.
It is estimated tlmt the ntils of the ; Tenth The franking privilege
Central I'aciric road contracted at ought to be abolished and a way pre
least 1,000 feet Iwt winter. pared ior a reduction in tlie rates., of
'Hie sap froih black walnut trees U pordage.
said to make excellent sugar and Klevcnth Among the questions
syrup ; even better than the maple, j which press lor attention is thai wbjeb
, .. , ' concerns the relation of capital and
MwjAdeHa'i ration .the author of ,.ll)0,.i a1(J tlie K(;lllbIkWi party re
"Th; Aineric-iu Mrl Abroad, h the c0,mizc, tJle ,ub 0f so shaping iegis
d.uigl.te.roftlieKev. Mark Ttafton. a Atiwit as to securo frill protection and
Methodl-'t clergj-maii of Massachu-; Hmpkj flel(1 fl)r ., (rr
stt'i i hpr, which creates for capital the Larg-
Men are freiptently like tea ; the real ; ,-st opportunities, ami a just share of
strength and goodness are not proper-; mutual profits of those two great serv-
ly drawn out ot them until they have unts of civilization.
been tor a short time in hot water. j Twelfth We hokl that Congress
There are 143 German newspapers aial the President have only fullllled
published iu the United States. an important duty in a measure for
faliMwt m VntariBB Pub- ! the sPression of violent awl treason -J
hree ladwaot ai otariest ub-: ab,c ()rwunlzatiou in certain of the
lie in low : Misu Zoe Taylor Miss ,tely rebellion regions, and lor tbe
B. C SMbbioiAadLtan A. lierrr. ' protoction of tbe ballot-box ; and,
umini bi Hit .miil lie.whliam
OmmtiH a PkllaMpM km 0.'A,
jT:!' Ml taxational Conwn-
" . . . . . . . . .i
,, j ,j, , j,v t'hilmleliaua, on ine
ftth awl nth la of June. iJffi. nr-iiii
declare It feith and anuea to Tsl
tiv and annonnee to portion upon
t,.iv ami announce Us imhUou upoi
ti;,,,.sti.Mi before the wHuitrj-,
h of u.
,m;u.v it Vxwted will, nmi
i-onrage ihe -oienin tlulies pf l In- lime.
It -iiij.v-4il a gigiutie relH'lllmi;
emauei'iiaied UNQyuM slav-: decreed
tlw e uml eitlJCiislltl) of all and e-tal-;i
h. il m.iver-al ufrige. RxIdMtlng
ttnpara i d niagnaniiniiy. il eriinlu
aliv ii iHheil no njan for polllical of-feii-e
. ami wartuiji welianned ail wIhi
provttt tladr loyalty Iw obeying the
laws and (leaiii.g Jil-t'v With their
iH'hfhbors. It lias tead decivaml
with a firm haial, the resnltaui dl -or-ivnlcr
ef.i gna! war. ami iuiiiand a
i-e policy i iwnriis the Indian-. The
Pactlk Iwiii'oad. and -lini ar vat eu
I, rpri-a . bavi lieen generou-ly aided
:l ,il -lAe- !'i'i COIldOctlsl. The pub
lic iambi in: freoty given to actual net-tiers-;
imu igraiiou I- prelnieil. cn
cotiraged. ;"' toltfackiiowlwlge
im.Mii of tin uatnr.utewdisttlwn.''' ' 'ght'1
ha- lie, ecunl from ISurOpi'iiii ow-tr-.
lie tuithaiai iiirriiiev ha? Im
ppivtsl 'm regnlatiou and the iuitlawl
credit litis I ecu -u ta'n.nl umler i xira
orilli an burdens awl new Umil- h ivc
been neyoii-iled nt iower hitp.' The
revenue -h ivi I eeii larefilSIy toSectwl
nnd lioiK-stiy ppliL iv-piu- the an
nual largi! rwluctiotw from the rati - of
taxation the pnhtic debt has Uvii re
(lucctl (hi! i.. 5 Grant V piisideney at the
rale of one l.nni'nd lilllltnii dollar p r
year. A great financial .ri-i-ha.-. I -cell
iivoldetl and peace Hiul plenty prevail
througont the land. Menacing for
eign (liilicn'tie- Imvo been peacefully
and honorably cmnpriHilcd. and the
honor and power of the nation has
been kept high throughout the world.
'Phis glorious feCotti of tbe pal is the
party's he-t pletlge for the future. We
believe tin- people will not eiitru t the
Covernmeut to any party orcomhina
tion of men compifseil of iho-e who
1 chiefly haw r -i led evt ry step in ihis
benetii ia! progreiM.
Krcond t'omplcte liberty and exact
. malhv in ih-- enjoyment of dl civil,
political and public rights sh.mld lie
csah!i-he(l and i tVcCtlially iiiailitalned
tliroughout the Uitlon, by efllek'ut and
apprepriale State and Petk'.ral leglda
tioii. Neither the law or Its admlnls
tratlmi slMitrld admit of any ill-t-rliuili-allou
hi rispect to eirrasu. by reason
of race, creed, color, or prcvlom coti
(lltioii of oervltwle.
Thinl The amendments to the Na
tional t'oiistttntlon should la-iwdially
-ii-lained. leeau e iheV arc right: not
merely loa ratetl jiccausc they are law;
nhouid Iw carried (lllt aceoril
iug to th.-ir spirit by appropriate
legislation, the enforcement of which
can he safely trusted only to the party
that si cured the amendments.
Fourth The National Goveniment
diould -,-ek to maintain an honorable
peace with aii nations, protecting its
citizens everywhere and .-ympathi.ing
H iih all people who .strive for givat r
Kirth Any system of civil service
miller which the subortlhiate positions
of the Uoverniiie.iit are couidcrcd as
rewards; for mere party zial. is fatally
demoraliUw, and we theivf.rre favor
vform oft ue system ny which
shall abolish the evils of patronage and
UlltKC lionc-ty. eiiicienev nuu iiui-ucj
.uamirtal niialtfli-nltoiH for nulilic ISI-I-
tion, wlthMtt practically creating a life
tenure of oiiice.
L Sixth-W am optosetl to furthei
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grani "i ie i'"""1 ""I
lions and monopolies, and demand
that tlie luitioual domain sliall In; set
apart for tbe free ue of the people.
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;uiiuori.t-u intii iwi inn t,'
CIOIIICIIIS, HIN "V Ml 6,'- vw... ........ .
1 nM encouragement ami protec-
cmuients; and we urgtaiie continiieil
tlien'fore tliev are entitled to tlie lluiuks
of the nation.
Thlrteeiith We denoi(ice repmlia
tion of the national debt. In any form
or disguise, as a national crime. We
witne with pride lite reduction of tlie
principal of (he debt and of Ihe rate
of interest upon the balance, ami we
confidently eXK'ct that our excellent
currency will he perfected by the
speedy resumption of the specie pay
ment. Fourteenth The regular Republi
can party is mindful of it obligation
lo the -loyal women ot America for
their noble devotion to the cause of
freedom. Their adudsslon to useful
in s-i-i recelvwl With satisfaction, and
! the honest demaiids ot any class of eit
i en- for additional rights should be
' treated with respeetftjl conskieration.
I'irteenth -We heartily appi-ove of
the action ot l ongress in relation to
the rebellions Stali-s, and r joiee in the
growth of peace a: id fnitcrnal feeling
throiighont the land.
Sixtirntli-Tlie l!cpribHcan party pro-)io-es
lo ivs-ct the rights reserved by
Ihe people lo themselves as carefully
a- the power- delegated by them to the
Htafe and Territorial governmeiiis.
It disapproves of any resort to uncon
stitutional law- for the purpose of re
moving ctlU by hiterlerence with
rights not surrendered by the people
to cither the Mate or the National
S veutci nth It is tlie duty of the
General Govei'innent to adopt such
measures us will tend to encourage
American commerce-, and shipbuild
ing. Klghtcenth We believe that the
modest patriotism, the earnestness of
purposi', sound judgment, practical
wisdom, incorruptible Integrity, and
illustrious services atU, 8. Grant, have
commended him to the heart of the
American people, anil that with him
at our head we -tart to-day on a new
march to victory.
PATENT G A IT, BTtl.
Scif-Opcning and Self-Closing-
(j A T E .
PATKXTK1H.V JOUX I K KASON,
Juno 4, Hn.
friIE GATK CONSTKriTKI That
1 when ilie vHiit-lr HpiMtmvIicsi it t lie
wltouJsolJ onu si-le i'!is Dvt'i' a h'ver m hipli
H conliecloil to the fiiro tiinc Iiy ji roil,
thus ti;M'iiin tlie jyatc lit'fopp you :tM'! fnst
entile it ojh'u. Atu'c icoHiK tlirousbf ttat
phitIhw pAswin over a Mluiflai kVerttIo
wuiiitvtwl w ii h llH'smtu iiiiiirc. faiHin the
titcln lla ro!titt(m, to t-hnt l'liiu l vou
No Getting Out of Your Vehicle !
o Raising of Latches Nor Pulling !
Kxeept tho lirll)tns'of yonr team. It In :
THK -I.tZV .MAX'S CATE,'' !
"Bead Open mid Mhltf."
This gate i- -innile in ils construction,
lioili nt iron iiiut won I work, mid not likely
to Kel on! of order. It a neat, Cheap cute
i desired, it may le inaitc 11,'lit. villi iliree
cross barn ol wno i and one-finirtli ineli
u ir.'. neatly curved tit tbe tov, tlio lower
end htd hi tlie Imttoti bar, which is the
style of n factory iiuuM ante. The Ktes
are now in practical use in st-vera) of tlio
eountiestirotind sun Kram isco, nndiilcuty
oi lesuiHonuiti.scan ne-gtven.
THOMAS J. SAFFORD,
Having oureliascd t tic
KigJii for Linn Co., Oregon,
litis now- on liuiid. nnd will tiianuriielurc
tlie uliove tleseritiodttto. Wliereverit 1ms
lieen used it Ims ivceived tlio highest en
eotntilnu, an Hie laote numlK-r of certitl-i-.ites
fnnn prominent ftirinei-s in till parta
of the country, now In niv liiunls, will
t K it i uv,s hp n u;os,
Of All Descriptions,
On hand and manufactured to order.
Blacksmithiiig and Repairing
Hone to order al most reasonable ratos.
Shop foot of Kerry street, opposite ileach,
Monteith A ( o.'s nourim; mills.
THDMAS j. SAKFOHD.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
OLD STOVE DEPOT.
COOK, PAKLOR AND BOX,
S T O V IS S !
Of tlie best nftttci'iis.
AtMi : TIX, MIIII IKOSAMH'or-
Anil the usual aWortment of fnrnNblnii
Ifooib lo e ijtiniiiK-il lu ii t in store.
ItcnBim neatly Slid promptly executed,
on reasonable terms.
Hliort rerkonliiKs innko louRA-tends,
Flv'ONT STRKKT, ALBANY.
"They Who Have Kothingfor Sal
are Farthest frcm Knrtct "
A. CAR0THER3 & CO.,
WHO KNOW TUTS TO flfc TIUR
Are now keeping, $H' lw fnRtTi0j n-
ttlvh aJiitionf to,
The Largest Stock of
DSDAL TO THEIR TRAD3
AT Sl'CII PRIC KM j
Purchasers Shall be SailsQfd.
Betides a Large Stock of
Paints, We Stuffs, and OiLs,
Finest Tobacco &, Cigars
SPICES, PERFUMER Y,
Ever yt hing
I'SCAI.LY OBTAINED IN
NO ARTICLE SOLI)
Hot what is
(Inaranteed To Be
JUST AS REPRESENTED
TSLxust Too Good.
A.CAROTIIP.RS & CO
C A BIN ETW A R E !
m.us wit iiv.imiw,
Of evil KLixxcSs I
SI IS IV ElK US
G. E Dccriliii !
CHAMBER SUITS ii every stylo.
PABLOR SETS of Substantial
Oi' E.:7 ES3CRIPTIOW ;
Every Mylc known to lUe Tradf;
I BOOK CAGES,
W ash Standm,
In endlcsM vuricl) ;
O .TEX AIRS,
All Styles and Descriptions,
All of wUicli will lie sold lit ill
VERY LOWEST FIBRES I
In all tlielrbrancbe
Done to Order, unl
J buve on Imml aupplj- of
Ready - made Cofllu,
miltnWc for oil liio deinaada of this com
lpunity. Also, I linve n nent
for the use of my onHtomen.
Corner Broadalbln and First-stf-,