THE EUQEIIE CITY GUARD. 1 EUf'KNECUT.ORKUON. SATURDAY. DEd 9, 1678. ; Oar Treaties With China. Th firat treaty cnterorf tnlo be tween tha United State and China wai made in 1844 And guaranteed protection to all American citizens in all parti of China and promised the , support of the military in enforcing ' this treaty. During the PreaidiTicy of Jatnsa Buchanan in 1858 another treaty waa mado by which further .privilcgce wero obtained for Amiri can residents and restrictions were1 removed that had btloro hampered lOOinmercinl mtercouise. But the - provision of these treaties wero never fulfilled by the Chinese govern ment; on the contrary it waa tnly in (ho aca port cities or trading marts oponcd to our tmninuroo that the life of a citizen of this country or a European waa safe. An Americnn venturing into the interior waa in sulted and abused and was in contin ual danger of b.'ing his life. This state of aflans wss nianngod and fos tered by the local inllioritite. In fact Chinese refused our citizens the privileges and immunities guaran tied by previous treaties. At length in 18C8 Anson Bui li't fiamo, who had been sent to Chi mi m Minister for the United- Stairs, do erted the service of his country and accepted the position an the Embassa dor for the Ciinoso goveniinmt. In tho same year in company with two Chinese envoys he proceeded to Washington where tie ticaty that till beara his name vim concluded. Articles VI of that most unfortunate treaty dcolares: "Citizen of tho United Slates visiting or residing h China shull enjoy tho same privilege), immunities, or exemptions in respect to travel or residence, as nny there be enjoyod by the citizens or subject of tho most favored nation; and, ro- ,. oiprooally, Chnoso subjects visiting or residing in the United Sias rhull enjoy tho aitino privileges, immuni ties and exemptions in res; eel to travel or reside'neo as may there bo enjoyed by the citizens or subjects of the most favored nation." Appar ently fair and jiint upon its iiico, the arliclu above quoted is a false pro tense, fraudulent within, and nllo- it wero as if the owner ofn pmo well should xgrou with tho owner of a noisome stagnant pool to allow the pure water of his well to flow into the cesspool, vrliilu the reciprocal privilege should bo allowed of drain ing tho filth and gatbago I rum the pool to the well to utterly ruin it in time, We send to Chi.ia our bet ter class, alio reciprocates by rilling our tair country with " tho veriest dregs of creation. Tho leper nud the prostitute nro thrown into our midst, poisoning, rpreading ruin, dis , eaio and death on every hand. The wealth accumulated by tho Chinese is not used here to foster and cuccur ago home rasnufaolure, but flows in a ttadf current to the Asiatic shore. They undersell our merchants with the products of their fcrf; their coolies so far underbid the lubor mar ket, that no white man can competo with them. The result is, that dri ven from their employment, idleness, vice, and crime clasp them in their embrace, and our prisons are filled with criiniusk This cannot be oth.r wise where degraded labor flourishes, placing before the lalioior tlioallenu tiva of starvation, or lawlessueos. Io view of these f cts it is apprising that sensible men would uphold the treaty, under which ihesu evils are in fluted, It cannot be on account of the cause of frtedo . , w.d liberty, for they ait unfitted for freedom as we under stand it; it certainly cannot be in the interest of christianityfor they have iu proved to be tho worst of hcilheu aud idolilor; irreclainable impenitent. The treaty idiould be abrogated. (inxst Will ItiiiiN This Wax. Tbo iroj,isniniu of Grunt's return. ssj s tliu S. F. Examiner, to tho Uui txj b'ln'.ts is sniioiiiicfd. 1q will tilelie IuJia, China anj Japan routr; tbeocc v Sin Francisco, hence to Oregon, ani ihtnco hera agsiu and ovtiUuJ Irom M.4 Stale, so as to 3ach lh East abot Juno just as tD judical allOllar.Conventiou shall aaciubls to Dominate him for ! J .. tl I J'rssident. He can make nis our, but the Dtmocrsoy wall spoil bia. j uu-ii r the t'eimnrratio tamp.. The prialious for th Presidency. truih is all mm is required. , . - , , , v"i fiim say thut tho IJ doctor to . .graduating class ol pleasure d..illtf j, ,;,, fc lulenti, 'deal meo pay oo billiriDtver wearsont Mate Eight and Imralgmlion 3. F. Examiner.) Before Territory can be admitted as n State of tho Federal Union, Con gress must pass upon tho Cmstitfl lion adopted and ratified by its own people, for Slate establishment, and unless the instrument conforms to the Constitution of the United States, it must bo amended or altered to that jmpcraiivcrequirenient. Oregon was admitted into tho Union in 1859. In the Constitution, as it was originally framed ond ratified, was this clause: "No free negro or mulatto, not resid- ins in tins state bi ine nmo oi me adoption of this Constitution, shall come, reside, or be within this State, or hold any real estate, or mane any contracts, or maintain uny suit therein; and the Legislative Assembly shall piovide by inml laws for tbu removal by public officers of all such negroes tnd mulattoes, nud for their effectual exclusion from the State, am lor tho punishment of persons who shall bring them into the State, or employ or haiborthcm. Among the conspicuous members of tho Convent ion which framed the instrument and im-jMiporMcil this clatiho were Judge Uu.idv, now Uui ted Slates District Judge, ex-United Stales Attorney General Williams Judge Kcuhcii l. Boise, now of ihe Supreme Benu'i of Oregon, and the late' Judge Olney of ihe Supreme Court ol tho samo Stale nil Uadicals aud lawyers. It it was in the power of Oregon to prohibit, the iminigra lion ol negroes nud mulattoes, and to impose upon llioeo of ill iuterdich cluxs who were tho resident of the State the disabilities provided, under cover and with the munition of ti c Eeder 1 Cocstitution. why cannot California now provide in hcrConsli lution lor wliolcsuina restraint or remedy in respect to Mongolians? In 1859, negroes and mulattoes were not recognized us eitizom, nor admit ted to suiriagi', except in a few States under special provisions. Jut they had no standing as citizens of the United Stales. Il is only siueo the war that ihoso of Africa l descent have been raised to the condition of citizens. Il required an amendment to tho Constitution to invest them with the precious privilege But, to this day, the Constitution so Judge Sawjer has ilucidud, and his decision rainal'wm'fiiiwasK-irivinfciiAibhKflH citizenship aul snlTYaire. The Bur- linguino Treaty i:elf allirms tli; in hibition, or recognizes it. Therefore, to impose iho restrictions which our liconle desiro. in onler In i.mt.... I tln.H,.!,,. (r... .1,: .... " " " I""1" '""' ii". migraiiou, in ouuhl to bo as comne- li.nt C.H l' : i 1.. w, ,i,v vui huluuu u VUIIY(!I1 lion to incorporate something for tho puiposo in iho iiiHirumeiit thai bedy Is at woik upon ns it wns for the IVa- mers of the Oregon Constitution to provide as they di l r gainst negroes and mulattoes. It U was constim- tionul at that tinio to do that which the Oregonians didwith ihu sanc tion of CongrofBit ought to bo equally coustituiional now lor the body at Sacramento to properly guard against the coolie hordes in thi Slate. Ciihfr Dispa irlifi on i!ie oihrr Sidr. l:on information tliat tlio Toiler Lomtnittco have cinder tlisnat(.-liis , ".,"lMll"l, which reveal aumo ut tliu inlsniy of tlio Louisisna Irau.ls of 1870, the Ul would loot tho bills for lliri Hi quarters lor lCaJiuuls OrKuiis to ooeratu i:i !.. V tU At'W fleolion maturs. Ol COQI SU 1 1) it iiiiinix.nl l whom J. UaJison Wdls, tJoneral uailul.l arothu most fonsi):enou- i,.f..rr.,..m..l I 1 . ......v., , , uiiiiiiiui-u o i much au iinorouriet v in tlu-ir liv.. .... i i , iii,. UI..L...I n..... ......... . . . . i . icihuli ; j iroill Wlloril . i ...... ' . im-ao SUIU'CSS pull lota Stolo tilt' rreMd.,,ey .rtho only rerso,.s who ever engaged in iho cipher tli.Miuleli biiMiii ss (or tho purpose of wioiijj doing. Tl.' v.-ry hcu j;a,i0i Visiling KiaUsnifii wli vnoomagod the .i:.i(juity which the lietiiruinji ISoards ipiiiauvl, together . . i tho equally hull t VllllaCS ol those l.io ..,e,So.ves to a IliH.I., li.ul.l I iiKiium ry, list an outraged and in .1,. i . . .. u,e i.H(j coiutnn inem lo a piUon. It i I'otUr Conimiitee und Hit Dem vi 4ts will da their duty, I he v.j..., ni.,.iUiiv iiivesugaiion will yet U; i a mini; to blow n, the Rad ical who heaousihl toeiplodeil ii-ma nv SSIIIIII'IOII lllll ID till DlX" "y""L "" e oirecieu, on lo wit: the 3d i: : i .i . .' ll"y "' Docemlwr, 1.S78, uiKin a luiL'inent and Immupy .U that tlu.y rclcr only to rendered In id Wt N,nlt?5. qiii-ttions wlutl.tr Nurtlivrn lU.lionls it' fc 01 f : "The Bayard of Delaware." "The Bayards of Dclawi re" have md a long and brilliant career in the Scnnto ol the United States, remarVs the New Yor t WvrUl. In no other family of the land, excepting perhaps the Adams family, of Massachusetts, jave the capacity and tlie opportunity for public services ' gom together so conspicuously and so constantly. The present Bayard of Delaware has teen in the Senate since 18G9. lie entered l hat body in the same year with Thurman aud Cassei ly, oud they three literally ''held the fort" during many a weary session, reiuforced from lime to time by a new Democratic Sena tor, till now the comma ot Ihe solid Deiaocralio majority which will con f w ro I ho Senate for a year is secure. His father was his immediate pre dcccMtor, aud occupied the same seal lor eight yars. The grandfather ol the present Senator occupied it for thirteen years, and an uncle of the pre cut Senator was also lor many years one of the great law uulhoiities of the bodv. Throughout the line ihesi "Bavards ol Delaware'' havo been oleadfast and strong. The faille. of Thos. K. Bayard, of our day, who was in the S. uatc in 1802, when the first greenback measure was under discussion, wli'lu commenting upon the legal ten ler feature of that meas ure innl on the opinion of Attorney General Bales, said in his place in the Senate: ''With thu exception of hi opinion, I haw never known or heart ol anybody io llict:oitilry Ik (ure wh coiiteiidol that Congress h id power lo issue paper money us a legu; Um der for the navinei.l ol debts." Such was Democratic doctrine in 1Sl)2. Tiik Dkatii Skntkxcb. Within tli next six weeks, six human bcinirs in this State will closo their earthly car reer al the end ot the rone. Two are Imlian ii 1 1 1 lo ir are whilo men; b sides thcM? there are others yet lo be Hied for capital oil' use. This something new for Oregon. A wiv ol murder and iniquity seems to have swept llitt Statu and awukcued the ciliz"HH lo the necessity of eulorcin the laws for tlio pioieclicu ol life. Edward l'avson Weston, the IV deslriun. has filed u petition in bank rupicy al Bedford, ling. His liabilities are given at S.),20). $10 REWARD. I WILL PAY f 10 ltKWAltli fur the recovery "f tliu follow- 'nS Heweribed miiiii.il that stravetl '.'r , w ,t"le" my .remi,, (ivo inilcs omow r.uguun, uliimt tlis liwt of (K tclx'i-: ?"ml ""rs0' l""'ut ' '""lla with col '"-" uiigoono in rij-lit IiiimI I tiutf ii.ii. ft..i.l ... ....11 f .. .t i tle'JSwa JOHN MAXWELL. Masquerade Parties. mm: sr. cjiaules hotel gives X notice thttt they will furninh iuniin for .Mltu iai!e UilU on very liberal termn. MKS. A. KKNKKEW. NOTICE. 4 LI.L TIIOSK WHO AltE INDEBTED X.m. tO the Undl'INlLnd Will lil.4aa nn.nd ward uud wttle before January 1, 1S79, aa on that date I will put all my uncollected ac count into the handt of an olllwr for n.ll timi. .1. ;. itiii iiv Sherift's Sale. TUOTICE IS 1IEKKBY GIVEN TH VT y virtue of an execution duly i. oJ' f',n' '"'tber with interent. and ciwU and .lis n,n"ul'" "' expense of ale, and for the fre.:Uure i of the morttfageil iruiee de- T" w,",,oll,,. to wit: Th. d..nUon land T 'M S. It 4 WhL r..nij.;..i.. 1-.o?o ': urfe:Z?,:!L I." - - 'vt I'lVW ' ., i,";," t id decree. T V!rof T'1 f".'". """ y w inwinoer, fc.yy uion ii?i,.!V,v.'i..Jefcr'lw.1 sf premi and " TV " pui'in-auction to t ie h L-b .t iii.i.ip ii i . n , .' " uoor in r.iiin'ii ' "y. lMi count v. Oremin. i til S Vl l il 1 1 1 V b. I'Sth day of January, It79. brtwwa the E toZwJ?L7nl"k cm in V. s. pd.tcoin. li II KAKl.V JIJ Sl.eri.7 of Ijine t'oiinlv, Urecon. Luren. City, lumber 21, lsrs. ftj. EUGENE CITY MILLS, . . -f the n.iWic that they ar. the owner 1 .v. " ur on .v.ve at hiweet terroa, and twfactory ananfoienU with farnert ixwn wun uir ova beat ktood.L Have at ail Unit on hand, FLOl'R and AIX KINDS OFM1LLFKED, ami iy me Highest Cash Price lor Wheal PATTERSON. EDius A GRAY. S. S.JlOFFMJX,M.l). niVSICIAX AND IKJKOV Vt'Uh. to bfnraa hia nalmu iK.i .V. swr that h. has rnotd fnMa tow i fl it. Bay b fooad at hat OK KICK- Jwfn R k twn rt-Weee, oa Hifa Stmt. . i ASTONISHING CURES I nr Narvous D.bility. Lost Manhood. Paralysis. Exhausted Vitality, Impaired l M.morv Mental Diseases Weakness ot ; Reproductive Organ, Etc. the ' ' . T wcicuruibu .na"" SIR ASTLEY COOPER' VITAL RESTORATIVE! ; Itnsitarvs-HEABI-Wiuu nnn& w Jt .... .1.1 1Vtoeifuwp'-riUniii-r.t. it ; n.. ; coi;. j It b itU.r tV IlMUtANl NUK A i; ANT, but t Will OO M Worn wtnmunj h.. L)k MINTIE A CO.'S arrat wtcctwi lathe .1 i.lt.mti.U Liivi'lv due to tin um ot i o uvvv w . - a t tliin wundti'iul roeilkiiie. ... t, I Trice .l ou Jrr uomc, nr wr hut. niiuutiiv for $10: ent mcum from obeervstkm, 1 ., I. . I. l IJ'l' IL' 1I' k v uim ux.vi. v ..v... Mnnn iciiiiiiie vritliriit the M'nvvtiiro of !e pn,,irk-t..r,A.KMlXriE,M.D. , l'liyniciaiis wiy tlwiw trouliWe cannut x cured, ..,., ,.. The Vl l l K 1VS I VUA 1 1 a n iyu .u.ir tie & Co.' SiecKil Treatment testify iwiUve!y that thi-y cub. COHSWI.TATION FEB. Babisy, S 00. Adlre DR. A. E. MIVTIE & GO, . . . . . ..i i Pl'.iliideluhia. T I. I)in,. V. IV, mrru Sci"llJ iH l I Morrbou utreoU, l'ortJ;m'L 1'. 0, Vo Or 11 Kerney st. At, Sau Fruucinco. Offiee hour -10 a. m. to 3 p. til, daily; 0 to 8 evening. Sundays, 11 . in. to 1 p. in. wdy. u?u-yi S. Ilcmeinvay, M. I). RESI'ECIKITI.LY OFFERS MA SEIt vtcettlw citiztfa of Eugene City anil vicinity ii. tlic PH ACTIO K or-- bimTc AMD SBH3EBY. V.'h'.u no', btki'.ct u .Mferwon-il dr.ty am liefouudnt hi ic-.t.!i.i,.:r, imiuiX of Oalc aud Fifth utrevti or ttt Vrr l'Mwa oiiice u N iot'.i liUvi t. I OJUv-c lumr f. m 10 to II A. 1!.. .'.lid 3 to i j r. M. TEW UilL't; STOKE ON WILLAM- .tee Stie-.-t, liei'.r Jiiuth, DKtU'.IS III DUUliS. cuk.Ii;: I'Ai V V: Brandies Vincs and Liquor- OF A LI. KINDS. In fact, we iuve th l)-t axi.rtuu?t of artU'In fouu i hi FIRST (T ASK DIMTl. .-iTllftK. VVe warrant all om- dru,r., for the? nro uuw and Fndi. 1'urti.MiLtr atteutiou i callrd to our Stock of Perfumery ai.u Toilet Articles. , At we have bought OURGOOVS FOR CASH We can cmnnetti with any estidilishnirnt in En grne City in price and accommodation. liny your goods wliiTe you can get tlie best and cheapest. PRESCRIPTIONS CAKEFULLY FILLED At all hours of the day or nhjlt SADDLERY. Saddle&. Harness Shop ONE DOOR NORTH OF DUNN it STHATTON'S, Willam'tta Strost, Eugene City, Oga. Can be had everything usuully kept in a well r'dttted II AIWKSW SHOP I use the REST of mat. rinl ,l m en. v ouiu ana nee mo In fore imrcliaainz else where. WSilc my harm-in canuot be excOLJ I atteniion is callil to MY SADDLES. The LAKIN tree i aiknonledi the beet on tlie coat, and when ripnl by mjnelf, pivei ! wNnninn; iiavuiK Vfte three requinitea, lHauty, durability and comfort PRO DUCK TAKEN. D. R. LAKIN. S. lloNcnblatt X Co., ltVLEM IX GEERAL MERCIIAXDISE, At the M iUmi, South wl corner of Eighth . Mm st tamiueiiv niwyi, KUQK.NK CITY. OUKOONV- A. Hav. th. mt ciiupVte rt.- of N General Merchandise 1 a th. city, including ' ' Dry Goods, ; hroeerus, ' M jr.i i n t 1 Crockery, And in fact .wythiiLj the mv-l. t .:. i ' hoh w are fcd;inK 4t ' BED-ROCK PRICES. - eur aior i NOTICE. ImHE LTOEUSIOSE X u tiffin, Su U.wrenc. blood two Ki oi ,unm, on. If iron wT HBIIKC SW W , . -a n at Thouia. Butlcrr. . A GOOD FARM FOR SALE 1 A Well Improved Farm . v wu mrvnnED asu i"1"11 . m '.'.r. T.w ...il. northwest improvements are all New. , ,,, -r,L,rJ of Choicest Fruits. TKKM KKA-O.NAIJLM fiKlutfe t i. 15. lPSrtU'OOn, fir m. the prt-niuies. ST. JOHN SK1.NN kU: 0 K larket! fl. C PES JISD'fW, frtftoimi Three Doors. Xorlli of llir .Utor flons, EUGENE CITY, - - Oregon- KEEPS ON HAND THE BEST BEEF, VEAL PORK AND MUTTON IN THE MARKET. -FOR UAI.E BV THE" CARCASS, QUARTER OH AT 3ES 3? X Xi. LAhD, SAUSAGE, J-UXllULI HIM HEAD CHEESE, M Evcrylliin; Pertaining lo a nusr-cLAss .market Always on Hand. I butcher none but tlio very fattcut and best ! 8 .K , ' country and .ell none but No. 1 Oi e, me i call nn.i you will neither Lc d:V HMufe.l in quality or pricia. Meats delivered to all parta of the city fic. of D. C. FENNINGTON. Real Estate Agent, Collection Agent, . and Notary Public. EUGEXE CITY, 0 REG OX. TO THE LADIES! Misses Holloway & Under Are Apenta for Mra. M. L. JiHson'i im proved chart for cuttinr Dreeeen, Saeque rl'P". t'hildren.' cloth imr, etc AU tins wiU be Urnrht free and a -4 J tenia Riven. Thia induocmMit j. ... :.. tnxluce the onlr iwrfM-t Person wiehiDtr to avail themwlve of .mi. i.iKinuniiv will do wll .. .l :. .........r.j .D i urew maKinu eatablUhment. " niamene Tr-et. near .Ninth I Lane County MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION ' 1 rpHJSASSOCIATIOy HAS ON HAND uuiiiki. ami an ivwmn i i.ia.U-i.i.:V"-? ","ul new OooUa are odd low and . at one pkice to Aixr--h Anil PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE Hirw trouU. to ahow goo,!, TlL " n? r ""ptiw, . Pi I HAVE ESTABLISHED A LUMBER YAlin I atmta, and kevp eoawtantlT tm aJ I.T-i DUNN & STRATTOII ' i AT TIIK a : OLD STAXD OF F. B. JJU.NX. HAVIXO ASSOCIATED WITH MK IN buninew Mr. UOKACK F. S'J'HATl'ON, wo bve just received new, lnrifc aud WELL SELECTED STOCK OF. GOODS, Making ipecbltjr of HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL I . .. ao , ; i ; j AtiKICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. . We ilaire to make no grand rlcWi lkJi, but d my that fanner can oonie nearet gittiaif aVthiko they may want at mii rtJS-'e tliSh at any other estaUieliment in ttjh; W.H tflt'V en Hicm pfl Ke kxhI ternia. Wc'naVVs nil Hfie' of ( . . . FOKEWJ A$D DOM&HO' bltYUOODS AXCY GOODS, .ADIE3' AND GENTS' FURNISHING-" GOODS. MEN AND BOY'S nXTTHING, . HATS AND CAPS, . . . BOOTS AND 8H0E And are cwminnariy mldiiw to our s'.Ack t meet the (leinamln n the oublic." Agninst Ios m hf Fire? O THIS " , Liverpool It London & Glob& INSURANCE COMPANY; . Chas. Laucr, Ag't' Db. T. W. Shkitox, F, Mi Wiwws, 8H ELTON WILKINS, Practical D atggisf s & Chemists, UN DER WOOD'S BUIiaUNti. Next door to tli Oraai Slre, AVaTaroetU etrei-t, Eus' e City Otrm. Have just cpe&eil a f"U Knc of fmh . . k, Drugs Medicines & Cbenicafs. Also a fhio A8sortnwr4 ri Fancy and Toilei Artklc. ALL KINDS OK . Mixed rail its, Lead,- &H Tarnish, Brushes. WINDOW GLASS and PUTT' .WhLh they will always sidl on reonoluiMo teruiH. Careful nllcnlion givrn to Pliysiriiin'i scriplions. Pre NKW IIJIifAX mm n liinunu inmntu l OF DOUOLAS COUNTY, OUN. In? orpurclril, Junr, 1"73. - i ; fiijil:il Mink, 100,008 Oh FlCKIiS: Pursil.KST-' A . 1, Todd; 'Srx-nV-r.r.v2Au: rehua TotliL DiUKt iOR-J.. p. H1I, J. W. Jackwin, T. S. Uo.lal.augh, A. L. Todd and A Imld. Principal office for Sale of etook nt J. Y. Gill & bon'e (Iru store, Pontutticc buildiny, Eugene. T.C. HCfVDRlCKS, yiSITINU CAHDS-Verr ne.t-.ttl.e ' (iUAUU 1KH0K. IOR BUENA VISTA STONE WARE g " T. . HENDRICKS M and Stationery Store. POST OFFICE BUILDING, EUGENE , City. I have on hand and am oonetantV receiving an aawrtinent of the Best School and -iiaoeiianeou ivokt Stitionery, Blank Books Portfolio., Cards, W'alleta, Ulanka, Portmetx. nae. etc.. etc . A. 8. PA'ITEltiSON. - QROCEBI ES)-Iahail keep on a fullof GROCERIES & PR0VISI0Si And invito th tention of houwkeepew. T. (i. HENDKICKS . BP AXD SIIOEJi-CALIFOl- ma hand ami machine, mad. Donto and.: onoe. . A new lot direct from factory, i ' R. H. FRIENDLY . PHOTOGRAPHS.. Albert Jackson; Artist.r and Life bixe rtyl. and finUh to any Work il.m. in IV,. v.... ij . 1 - 1U. VI- i - Willamette .treet, Eugen. "ty. Or.tf.Hi, over Mra. JackW, Millinery htore- ... dwUjBa BEN RUSH, tup ' BLACKSMITH; I. atill at the ol.f 1 s. '. ' . I. f . ll k;. t m . . . . "u inrpairo Mw . I u1- i"bhin- k- r . , " -mn uitu iti'v wu f iocs OaT fYThU" "tlrepairingrf t A KM MAC H IN tit Y .fweiality. n t? vr r w t , rJC Man, LA BELI1 T HCO.VI aa th mI. i ltt HKNDRTCX& T ViiA t"TSs T ? HKSr)cw Bun HAP. For Ml an!, -I G.HEJ!DBlCIe5tf t . 1 . KklaLMi-VA -I -X 1 fnr aJ. hy T. G. H EXDKICKa.