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Saturday, August 23, 1873.
Espnblican State Convention.
.A-Republican State Convention for
he' State of Oregon will be held at the
dtyql" Albany, Thursday, the 11th
day'of September, 1873, at 2 o'clock
r. .ii'., for the purpose of nominating a
'candidate for Member of Congress, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the
death of Hon. J. G. Wilson, and for
life transaction of such other business
as may bo deemed proper.
The several counties will be entitled
.to Delegates, in such Convention as
Coos ... ...
iDouglas . . .
i Jackson .. . ,
Multnomah. . .15
T?oki., .?... A
Tillamook .. 1;
.'TJmatillaV.' ... .3
; .2 Wasco WyH . ?
. 4 WashingtoffC;. 4-w-1
I 'V-(. Total number of Delegates. i...97
VtKTheGommittee recommend that'tlig.
Several 'counties hold their Primary
Erections on, Saturday, Augusts Md,
and .tbeir County Conventions oh.Siu
urday, Ancnst oOtli; for election
Delegates to the State Convent
-W.i C TVTabris'
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Chairman btaje. Kep. uom.
" ' B. W. WiiIson, Secretary. J"
'?" Th'e Wheat Crop. $
There is but little 'donbf tot,'. thj
iwbeat crop of Jackson, und .Jos&phiife
counties is by far the .largest "coo'WJ
with the farmers lSjftYhat are'"wta
with our grairv? T&cHiill, men
liictant about buying; iBdat is ,h
pensive to ireignc it iu uustaob i
with no other facilities .han. the
t.wagon. Those who have grainj
" feel the' want of a railroad, while!
jjwho-wishto buy prefer to- havt
as'they aro. JJntr. every man ,
u ...rno'n sense,, without, ho be control
4 .selfish iifterestswill readily admii
e44c. .' ..ivorfln in frrpnl'tinftl'
... - - -.i. :, .b --rt-A.
fflode ot transporting-o.
ducts to market. The farmers are the
ones Ui at are interested more than .any J
6lher class in securing the advantages j
ot a railroad, and they should see to
agitating the question.upon every 'cor
ner, and cease not their exertions un-
til they succeed in securing a road.
With the. aid of a railroad it would
not be long nntil thefarmers, through
their, agents, could sell their wheat jri
San Francisco or Some other distant
. market and realize (or it the high est
' attainable' price. Nearly all the far
' mere who farm on a larco. sealo in the
'great grain-growing Statcsof theTWyst"
ship their own-grain to New York, .or;
. Liverpool, and by their agents dispose
Of it to their best advantage, thus sav-.
ing to themselves the large profits
made on their grain by specnlatoisand
middlemen. And this is not all the"
advantago they derive from the rail
road facilities of transportation. They,
are also enabled to purchase their,
-..goods, and nierchandise for the year
' at the lowest' cash prices in the great
'. citiis of the East, thus making the
transfer doubly pay them. But it the
farmers stand back and wait till some
'one moves ior them in the matter, they
'can-rest assured that they may wait 'for
'"all, time to come before they will real
ize any oj theadvantages that properly,
belong, to them. It is to the interest
of speculators -to keep the country in-j
as backward a condition as possible,
.Hence they will strenuously oppose, all,
improvements that tend to relieve ah'e
farmer from embarrassment. It is. a
-! duly that the iarmers first owo (o
themselves to see to BeCuring either
railroad or water communication with'-
all parts of the world, and both where
it is possible.; and after that has been
' accomplished, to see that no exorbitant
'"prices are charged Jor transporting
There is no doubt but that .freights-
can anq will be regulated by legislation.
: The power is in the hands of the far
'. mere, to.regnfate the same, and if they
fail, to do so, they .are in fault.
A' DESTKtrcnvjt fire ocenrred in
-Portland Jlaine,- recently, in which
""the loss sustained was about 500,000 ;
"' insurance amounts to about $200,000;
i'ortiana Jiie., anai:oriiauu,ugn.,are to-''Rether-in'
their bereavement. The lasC
-pamed has, however, been much'-the
' m' 'in - t,
The Albanv Democrat, the first ba
tier in tha itnt.n nf ita nnlitirq hsn ptiTJ
tere4 jts ninth volnme, - -
:'tia:,rr -"g'BLifBi n& ytiMJ.m
.CkkscestCitt, Aug 16,1873.
Pomeroy, Hkll & Co have a large,
fine steam saw.lmill at Crescent City,
which cuts about thirty-five thousand
feet of lumber per day. There is also
auother saw mill cutting al-ont half as
ranch. They are working about one
hundred and twenty five hands.
The Hassler, of the IT. S. Coast Survey-service,
is now at Crescent City
surveying the harbor and the coast of
Point St. George. It has been, in the
vicinity about a month.. Commander
S. C.jJohnson is commanding, the ves
sel, ,,and the 'surveying party is also
under his charge.
The Chief Engineer, Wm. M Bodes,
is rusticating at Mr. If. Tacks, at the
low divide near tbecopper and chrome
ita""yf?."'" '-tii ".
worked Tutthey are t:iliini'!iiut;
large, quantities .of chromium and
Hawing to'CreseS&tCity and shipping
tii&'uc iu juaiutuure. mis is me oniy
wjfl.T A-.-nitizi- -j ml - - .
comBany in iuBftTnitcdi States which
aafiutactnres-. paints .from -chrome.
Ttefe, are.only. font or five companies
ofifie kidd in tfe'ybrlti. 'One of them
iifa EDgJaHd'.nrtK prbbably two or
in the GerHn Empire.. There
vast onantififiR.in ihiR vicinity . and
Uitho Baltimore company 'could get a
inrauT-sL. vresceHii;iiy, euaounr;
to IoajDsyr8 tiat, would double
-woSld erilartre. and -Mtnnd 'their
IMsInessif buTv.what thVvtnow tnku-
mt is loaded here,ireJloaded at San
TranciscpPanama and. Aspin wall, and
1 1. - . y
oaioaaed at.iialtimffte. This makes it
cost Jtjign by the time it reaches the
JWtory at lialtimorei Hence the high
Jn-.'I'-'Ii .:.' n .-l . TT . 1
lues.ui uaiuis .can over tue uniten I
B. F. D. t
Convert it into Bacon.
ttfir,- . . -4 . .
ju H.pays.foe iarmers oi tne umpqna
alley to conyertTheir, grain intabaoon,
Itwhere the.grain is selling from, ten- to
jHteen cem peruiubrm mgner raanvu
'idOeWn Rogue llivrwalleyLwhy will
it.uyk. pay (ur uuiiarjiieis lo'eonveii
their, crain into bacon ? - Bacon Ms-
always higher here tban.it is in tie
' Z ,,r ,, ! V, S ,, . r r
umnqna. v auey -enoaen. ,;niener'xo
j zr . ; - . .. !'' vA -.-tu .
profit. jgfi '
If it pays the farmerof the ITrapqua
Valley to fatten hogs, it would cer
tainlj pay the farmer of Rogue River
'"Valley better, with the low price ot
grain and a home market tor bacon.
The jarmers cannot claim that there is
no thaiket'for bacon in Jacksonville,
because it is a fact susceptible of proo'
,lhat our .merchants have, dnrinc tin
present season, purchased thousan'ls of
pounds from the Umpqua Valley.
Vtlt is doubtless' true, as many will
urge apa hence the necessity ot :i
railroad that no considerable amount
bacoh could be sold in our own mar
, ket, but'the farmers have no right to
complain abont market until they have
supplied their own neighborhood. The
secret of success is to have more to
'sell than you have to buy.- The in
come should keep ahead of the outlay.
-IIIE "UEMOCRATIC I'AETY A.V1) ITS
AtUES." A- telegraphic dispatch s.ijh
- i -, XT nr- , -tt.. ..
mat tue j.ew loric yona has a
double-leaded, editorial on "The Dem
ocratic Party and its Allies." Th.
article begins thus :
The natural allies of the Doumcr.iti,
party at the present time are two mori1
Or less'imperteCtly organized bodies of
citizens, namely : Liberal Republican-
ana tne armors' tiranges. The true
thing to do is to encourage the other
organizations, but resolutely to main
iaio ).LemocraUo standards ot politi
cal doctrine; for, unless Democracy
can be again made a living' conviction
in tne puono mma, reforms ot govern
ment -will .be never made more than
. Another instance of the Democracy
tryingto use .the Republican farmers
of the, country as a stepping stone to
power. Let farmers "be cautious about
introducing politics into their organi'
The Fjiqiakies. Every one who
can should attend' the Primaries to
day. Especially do we urge, this duty
upon 'Republicans. To-dayt is the
only time the masses will have any
jsay in.choosing a Congressional nom-
tnee.and they should see that, dele
gates, are elected, who will be true to
a-ATTXNTiO!i is called to the able
j:0PJBJbn of1 Attorney General Williams
is .tne iui yogt extradition case.
pa.blifhed.on our first- page.. No one,
nnlesa he ,be. a prejudiced political
blgoticanrefraiu from admiring the'
BcnoMpy-aoiiiiy. and greaj, research
by which this decision U rhrtnt.AA
AtJutji'jLa f jhswi m j i ji .izrrrzr
yjt,. jjKS ff.-
The "Democrats nd Liberals of'Ohiq
recently triedfto organize a ne.wpftrty.
The ptatlorm-is very much lie'th
priiiriplos the Republicans have, been
contending for the last several years,
and endorses negro suffrage and. thb
difltrent Amendments to the Constitu-
Hon, ine V asUington JiepuUte has
the . following ,inreference tOyJitr.
Groesbeck when that gentleman, was
asked to name the hybrid arrrange
ment : - -.
Groesbeck's response to his Ohio
friends, when asked to name the' new
party, or rather to disguise ' the old
party under a' newname, was pa'thetib
in the extreme. "Uall it the uneral
Democracy," said the bland old gen
demand "the new organization Should
bi-the joint woik of Democrats and
'Republicans, and both' Should' bo
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Igui'l l tli' illici ' J il.lr'blu.ld r.emeint!ejrharagnget is only L
th'oiiahf 'hiwIion'eBt in- his"
in HiWOTt-n,'i Iri tint' h?mwTl
. ,... rt -, . .-.-- --. rv&
ord-2 ' D moeral, he revMW
siwrfity ji s'if Words' lie. ut
nWttT ni'i i Democrat', but
lii'virv'-'ti'd -tdsee' the
new tfne. You 'will riot-SuV
less' you do. It may be that .
refuse and prefer to 'tarry wt
are for the balance' bf the'eent
unif they can fix the' meaning
'resolutions of 'OS If so';'I-iw
fihall tarry with ;"them. lAft'eftl
like them, and;ITlike the. Qldpiil
Ji'ompi-tead jTVontesa it is Botirt
.... J. . '.' -. -r , V i ?4 "f--
,aiiajjiaaiea;.nere'are no oannen
its valfs, aiid'o"vicCorouii?Ke
shll, and I shall liot.'leave tl
Dulled' down." 'From': ItiiA
lhat the. Democracy' must 'dff
"Mr Groesbeck untntliaila
old.s.hant'v- which' covVrs'thunT'S
Ll . J 0rti-r.V.' "4
uiivu ur luni uuwu. viu neeuiu
to Sdvise other to leave !the'oldJ
rttfcadfbuL loath himseli:tovai
, i i .l'r 'iHtyfth-.
nauueness w,3iis wnenceine hi
shouts ot Democracy ''have';'.
forever! "I shall .Aojt ' leave, i
faco the dan5,ersfor thislni
Glad;, in one' breathVto'.Bee
into a'eVJ'one,;" :3etVimihp7
...111., .v.- V'f u. U.v..Uv.
liulld3l?2ar about JiWSfrT'.
illiberal Dtfemcracy" 'H;ro5i
said witli'trutn: " CaiJitaiiyt
iooeamontfthe deserted t&i
tipvernor ot Ohio nnoerthe nettfjian
-which. I advise you to form."' -This i-
probably what ,ilr. Gjoesbeclc, nieanc
He knows ibatf third party,, or a ne
party, formedouC ot the rejected 'ma.
t'erial of the'lfts'Presidetitial election.
would show ?'eVen less strength thai,
the one Ird by the nolortunate Greeley,
andtor this reason- he piudently'de
dines the notninatibn'tendered-'liimjor
o i ' jS.i...Wjr . -hi.
jriiYerijui. ii ivu uiiBiacuriiuL, iui
Groesbeck is but onp":6F-i
he land who are willing'to fav'or eonn
omhination ot political" forces:fetr0ng
iiough to ilefeat the.' Iiepublical.
jmrty, but are unwilling to ruir'.a per.
(-nii.il acrilii'e in the afdresaidcombi.
nation, It is possible tliuy are wiser
than the crowd they adVis'.?- -
Sen-atok Moeton. TheWashing
ton Chronicle, of July 3 1st says:
The habitue, last winter of the gal-
laries ot Congress and the corridors of
the hotels, would hardly identity, wirl,
the pall, leadenskinned, premature
decrepit man who then tottered
through the aisles oi the Senate Cham
ber, with feeble gait, and supported b-
cimches, the vigorous, rosycheeked,
and healthy faenator from Indiana, who
walked into the Ebbilt Houso yester
lay morning, aided only by a slight
wiilkinar stick. Seated at a tab lo last
t veiling, over which a brilliant jet of
gas threw a string light, bringing into
view 'vr i)uoaioeot ot his tace, Jilr.
Morton firuck the many visitors who
calii d ou-i'iuu with utter astonishment
at Ins -hange'f appearance. His, hair,
vLn''" vv.li- ,4ivaya of a, jet-black color.
lia i, ..! . i.'osoy hue, and his eyes a
park!i . : 4itenshy that speS. vol
uuies tor the recuperative powers ot
the hot springs of Arkansas, .where he
resided as a patient for several weeks
The paralysis of his. lower limbs, once
so painfully apparent, has been con
quered to such an ,extent that, , whjle
there is a preceptibl? halt tin bis gait,
the locality ot the trouble is, confined
almost wholly to the right foot.
Tue Portland, papers assert that.the
reports about the" small pox: in Fort
land are ' exaggerated. Perhaps bo:
But the fact that they tried so hard to
cover the matter up would j seem to
give some weight to the, thought that
the disease is much worse than they: are
willing tb admit. From thi?, numbers'
who have been exposed 'to itJ'U will'be
indeed fortunate if Portland,, escapes a
fearful scourge of the pestileBce.',
The Agricultural iep,artmeBt.jYe
ports that the probable,,wh?8t;y)d.for
1873 will be two bundredand twnty
million bushels. ' '- ?9r -
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Fatbeb Hatcistbe w?imakinTep--
arations'to' revisit the'TTi
' i I " r" l-t-J'iyi-;ii.
accompanied, ot course.'' bifhiB J
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VRougu on Old " SasstT." In April
fist, while the floa. S. S. Cix was
milking a flying visit to the scenes of
tik bovbood in Ohio, he- attended
cfiurch", as all good Coxs do on Sunday,
ana -ne nsienea a senium irom tuc
following text '. "As a s-rvant earnestly
desireth the sbadow.' Job, chapter 7
verse 2. The venerable preacher be
gan by saying he had seen a picture il
.lhstratrn the texVWDcn leprehttd'
a slave looking towards tno west, wait
ing tomhe end uf the.day's -work: -It-was
entitled "Longing for Sunset."
How he "improved" that text 1 He
called on the worthies of both Testa-'
intiits: pictured Jacob's longing for
Joeeph, and old Simon's desire to go,'
"since his.eyes were made glad." He
impressed the thought that .life was .a
struggle, and no man should desire to
go. "Work was to be done. And
yet we should look and long for sun
set.'' When the heart breaks and sor
row is too painful, and suicide tempts,
ana tne soni loncs lor
for 'sunset, we
kife.vetjtibulaotsuoriw." But loH.be'
ueroratea i " ivnentne river is passea,
the swollen flood passed, and heaven
attained, there will be unshadowed joy,
for there js no 'Sunset in heaven P "
Mind and Bcains. The brains of
idiots have usually been found quite
small often less than half the ordinary
'.weight, and in some instances less than
one tourtb. liut m a list ot crania
eontained in a recent work by Dr. Flint,
,-cme idiot is shown to have had a btain
that weighed 54.33 ounces ; two others
jliad braius weighing little more than'
48 ounces, vB orain oi anoiner, oi
,"he lowest degree ot intelligence,"
4,ati, ana mat m one oeiow ,iue con
dition of a brute," 44.3 or less than four
Otfiices below the normal weight of the
human brain.; The cranial cavity was
.meltsured by Morton in G23 instances ;
the largest, 1 14 cubic inches, was that
of a, German'; the smallest, that of, an
Australian, only 58 cubic inches.
Cube foe Ssiaix-Pox. A great dis-
fdyejyias been made by i" surgeon in
ilibBritish,army in China, in the way
Lptnn efitctual 'remedy lor smallpox.
Hie moae ot treaimeiit l as ioiiows:
"When the preceding fever is at its
height, and jujt uelnre the eruption
appears, the chest is rubbed with uro.
Jim and tartaric oininent. This causes
ihfsWholtt ot the eruption 'o appear on
'Wat parY ofthe body to thereli-f of
Ule rest., It also BecnrHS a tall and com
ete eruption, ami mi preveui- tue
ksu lrom attacking the internal
Iwgaus.. Hit is n'lW the estaiilishea
f-Fi - i : ... . it-. i..i
ioae oi inaimeni in tne;iLngiisn array
lumna, ana regaraea -aa a perievt
application' have 'b'eeri "madi1 to
governor ux, ana a jietition signet
by somp ol the most, prominent men in
New York, to grant yonnn Walwoith
,v i r ... I
a jjauuiu a lit- piuurruiiiy uac iwu
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KpL very quiet, aim vcnpra utx nas
written to Judgp Nosih Davis, akin
iim to transmit to htm :i copy ot ;tli
"Uievtestimbny, letters and records in
-r The Official Gazette ol Nicaragua
announces the termination ot the labors
1 the United Stales exploring expedi
tion for the canal route, under charge
ot Captain Lull, who nay-' his labors
have ended with the most brilliant re
sults, am he will be able to show that
this ih the best route yet.
The Southern Claims Commission-.
All the claims presented to the South
nrn Claims Commission, sitting kat
YVanhington, have now been numbered
ami registered. The number is 22,295.
The-aggregate claimed is something in
xctss ot 36,000,000.
The Mormon elders are making war
ou the postage-stamp style ot bonnets,
aud the enormous bustles which the
Saintesses persist in sporting.
Long John Wentworth owns 'seven
thousand acres ot land within twelve
miles of the Chicago Court Hoise.
it. p. joiissox. p. a. hears.
JOHRSON & IIEARN
- - TO&WABDIXO AD ' -
Mark your Goods Care of J. & H.
Bv close attention to basinet we hope to
m..Tit u-cimiiimati,na of the patronage hcreto
fup xifDded to the old firnu
Redding. Oclolr'5 lh72tf
J. G. WALL,
Forwarding and Commissien
CRESCENT CITY, CALIFORNIA,
MARK jour goods, care of J. O. K,-Oueent
CUy ; reod bills of lading and shipping'
receipts fur all of goods sent; freight, and
charges payable increscent City, on deliver;
My warehouse? corn-in cf two brick ud one.
stone bnildiog. .., ,
Assaring my patrrns that no paJD? will be
'pared In looking to Iheir interest. I. k for
a continuance of thVir paf favtors
J. (K VVAIX.
CrerePi,!, Oit March?, 1872,-1'
To Mill SSca and BXachiaists.
.Wv.have for'sala at Ibis office a on-idirablc
ts' .? qiantity of- -
J-I'l VJr33 MBT,ATi,J -Wbto
is snltabli-tor all 'purposes where Bab-
hit lllita.1 Iji nal Anil In m.iiT'.auia 1, nnfM.
't'fe' - &?"! 'f? w 54 n7 JasnrU7 required.
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A ' v' i
' Jiwt opened at' i' '' '
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' ' ) -. !'-".
Conslitiag In part of f
! ji tit- '-S' -
DBESS GOOVS, r1
Mfl:''" '" '
Japanese Steipes axd ,OnoANDiss.
Of all lFcript!ons
U- ' i l "
'iri ' i... . . "'i
A LARGE SXpC
Or Gent' Clotlith;! and Hats.
t.I. unit, fee oar Nr Gpoi" Will, how
thm to joii ttltirplratprrT'CS .
N. B. A 0;cd JiHi(tjr.-Gr(fe(. nd
Haofcbold Fnriihhiiij (joVS mi hand at low
Prices- Uj S.,lWJ-tf.
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t-a.auim. " ' ' ' xTSbookS
'rt;RDM t. RaonC
'' ownm ot DrvuuNO
, fMf i i
KEKI' CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
, t a ni uftirtmf:iit of
ll! ! a Mill Ut.l-tn.fllt T
r m a n a mm "ri bk
unuua ex. rncuiuints,
AH fall ftMtortmtnt of
Watches, Clocks and Jewei.ky.
It. . Osnillt will gi,t 1,1, particular tti.utlon
u inr vnjc vvimjiwiu.
E. G'.-lillOOKH irfll xlln.1 to t). r,
nstcnes, LiocU, Jewirjtle.
Proposals for Porage
CAMP HARNEY, OGN
Cnrer Qciirr'KMisTi:iiv Okice
UKrAHTHEKT or this Cui'-vsni
PoimuM), Oregon., July Tl. 18
SEALED FKOFOSALS WILL BE RE-
O ceived at this office' and at (be office of the
A. A. Q. M.flat Camp Harney, until 12., Au
gart 25, 1873, for tbedelireiy at that pujt dur
ing the fiscal year ending Jane SO. 1871, of
200,000 lbs. Barley, sacked, more or less
200,000 " Oats, ' -200,000
Proposals must be in triplicate, with copy of
this advertisement attached, and accompanied
by a guarantee, signed, by two responsible
parue, mai mey win enter into Dond-i lor the
delivery of the supplies should the contract b
awarded to the .bidder.
Blank proposals can be '.acl on application
at this office. B.N. BATCllELUER, '
Major and Quartermaster, Chit-I Quartermus-
"DERSONS OWING DR. L. DANFORTll
ii by note or" account will , please come for-
wara ana pay me same. 1 will not refuse nv
kind of grain' or gonr: as I wifh"rfo?(!cii
centrate my swans this Fall and .Vfuler. ' N '
v I. DANFORTH.
Jacksonville, August 2, 1873. - tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENGAGED
an Experienced Miller, and harlnr 'thnn
oughly fixed, np Iheir Mill with, the latest im
provements; are now prepared .to .manufacture
Floor equal to any in the State. 3fi lbs." Flour.
2 lbs. Bborts and 8 lbs Bran,will be given iq
Exchange lor CO lbs. or good Merchantable
All orders left with T..T. McKeaiie, or at
his Office in Jacksonville, will be promptly
attended lo. ' K '
Jacksonville, July 25th. 1873 n25l3
i - o. o .
U No, 10.J.O.O.F..hold
It resnlar meetincron S.it)
nrday evening, at Odd Fel
low' Hall. Brothers in good standing are in
vited to attend. JOHN A. BOYEB, N. G
T: T.McKtisis, Secretary.
. . i T r,n t i
B.J.BAT., ....-Ersstrtn, jons biloer.
TJLANKS! BLANKS! BLANKS!
Every ..description ef Legal and Commercial
BUakfor ule at this offl.. Rhinlr- ui.t front
onhaod aill b printed to order oQortno-
'. rpart. 3end ia jonr erfsrs.
fccB, ia Mgooanjie m ia any, c&ce.pn tne
ti 'v yfs. p
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME
'Mli . i . I - '
it t: -( t Kit- Ti m kit
.. .1 i.iOfFICE l-
n'v(,-t,-,f , . ;.t 'I -.t '
J.i'l".' i i
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To and Chntper than
ANY JOB OFFICE!
HCc . AV, .
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LEGAL' B -ANKS
- - - nut ai.iM
On Hand or Printed t Order,
..-,..,. .!! rl. -,i :
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