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1 f ^T »^ .*-fc«,t |'-';-^.-\••'•' i ''Tv 7^- v '\ J 1 ' i r.HAhtKCI KKlTTil ICAtt roPMTY\ i*Al*KH. ThunuUy, July toth, 1II4, JtMt T nevNOLDA, - - rnn-o*. H. G. IliYNOLDH, AMOriATir fcom>ft. HKFUftLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR rnrmnrNT, JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINK, ran vicr pnrRinrNT, GEN. JOHN A. LOGAN, OK ILLINOIS PfirftlOFNTlAl riFCTORH: 1 1 « 1 T • t M» II II It II II l« 1/ William K*r John Wht«t.o* r»iMirU K WlllUms Willi..,. K K..r.~H Ur«r M IVIIHM 0»*r«( *<>*. I, fcdwlii % M«Afidtt I«»IMI A HtVwurl John W.MMI J W IU. r ir fr |ft«»l<l K P..fi<f MUM l» uirr,,r.i AI|III«<«MI I'••H« l..hn PMiuMfsriM. in lt» il ri *i i« J* M 17 M K«lw«tr<l INMIJ, IUI.IIK.M. H«irU I 1% l.. M «l..i. KII«*«**M1 \|IM,I ||i«*»l « W W lliilt.rfndd. W H lUrtlrll 1**1.1 Wilier I'fttlu II MOrmW llllt N ( «>M«<lo|l 0*H.f««> II Mh.«M . I »«•.!< I |U«M It KiU«r<l f Mllllfftn Kin. MI.I % |IHMTI«.MI Kr«M.h II M v. t-.H Ufo«l I' V\ rial.I !.•»...* 11 i^u.uff ||..IMII W V|». % In, PMS tmwKTf mrrfciw .-*r TWf ««»f fcr or * «rr«Afji nr Unix \, NAP AT ?o CIIAIO F>4 ANMNKWH MINOR RnfTORIAf.fi . <*1IIHMI«»*» ttotirl»Oiii«tt jxtw WiiwrM M«<MMii N«>W Vl*lh • IH.IM|I|« I ..f I'lxWf'f*. Then* oiin bo no iuieco«MniI Mf Ir 111iK | of (ho I I«<IIMM nil If witter* ul < 'hint^u, utile** thotc I- 11 \stick In H \ j Thr* population 4 »f the f f nil i«l Hfitto* on July 1st must he iihoiil O7,IX*HKIO III l«o yoittw morn tl will |»ioh«ihlv ClOIMil (141 <M¥> IMM I Wlw fv«»f if I* l«ii* •«ii||tt? I«. kttnw I II<«1 ihfO r . «%fc«< r> H I MM IM> .|.Mt M h, %i,.t MM It I.|«M «»ll will ».. -M.III If IIM'V nfn«4' t. . II*.* n«»»..| |'l.<v*rr Pfeshfonf Aillmr vetiud Ihn hill \s lihh wmi Intended to restore Kit/ John Porter to I In* I s . H ; Army. Tho l>omorratle IImote of |(< pieseiitnl 1 VCH pti**cil I ho hill iivrr I ho veto,, hul »M4 It fill In I of nvrit u niti|oii<\ iti (ho Moiiiilo, Mr. I'm lor unod, ubuln I lor *4iiuc thito ul Iciiot 1 hy I in 1 decision of (ho com t umi I lul Ihul dlHUilmicd hlni ftimi tho uriii\ In disgrace, nvei I w only your* ntfo. Lnitor «ltty ilrmnrmry in oiin* pnlifl rnl ilrrity, ^ovorniiniitiil di-iinfc^iu thni mitl ullimiifo iltMilh (o |»oMHi\o pr 11 tol 1 »lr*N iinil iniHottiil |mfilo(Jin Kur proof |MiNillvo AH to llm fnith of Ihi' hin>.»lnn HluliMttoiii k roml Iho I irmooriil to K^Ootit fi»r llm hint <|iiriitot of rt orntftry IIIMI thon hohohl Ihr tr MIIIt whhh him oiiltiilnnh il in fho ! prrniMit |tuify « huon u t < lilou^n. Tho pnily of Jrfforttntt n 11 * I .hn knon IIIIH ^ol ilow 11 to K » 11 v ittol I 'IOVOIUIHI, fiml w hut lit! In omitting nml null if IIUM loll n«»m itn mti o iihiiioliiiir -«|oro o f |»! In* i|ilri, In now oiit|iloyi il in 11 <|OH |»oi uto titol hopoh«»%M olloil lo*to whilo wit*«h Ihn rotiinliiM of t lio» ulrnoit <lo nitiot, thut (hoy MIIUII p»M»i iiniMtor ul tho Novoinhi 1 potificul r%*\ low witli on! holnt^ pn million! ly ooimljMH -*\ to tho polltUiil \hono ytinl CONORRRft HAH ADJOURNED. Tlio IHHI «o****ion of Iho mily rl^nth ('on^row* « a to mi in^lorloiM « n<l ut noon UM| Momluy H\ ITUMOII of Iho i hlori|ro < onvrnllon, ulihh UUN to tnoi^t on TIIIVMIIIV, Iho M. iimrullc I 'oii|(r«*wiffioit tniiilo holooonl hu»»io to tl 11 I M ti up ihn hiiHlnoMM of I ho ttoftMion To till** otol I hoy illm-ot/unh <l thn Huh hulh mot woikoH on (hr l.ni.l n <tu\ HO thut (hoy might }fot uwuy to i hiniKo to holp 1I0 (ho <h \ Hi woik of iioml tinting il th kot utol CDIIITH Mh^ u pint form thut MIIUII ihlmlo uml «lr< rl\« I ho poopln Into Voting tho Ihnotrtulio tloknt Infill NoVotnho'i\. TlOOMttn TO hPlKAT. Mn)iiti ? H l>li lionnry ofMtuthifio* *'iiy»* tho vulno of Iho pioJiot of iiiitoiiliio tnioin in tho t'iilfi-«J MtutoM in IsiUi wttM ft t>Vu.iMMi,iMM» nml in IHSO 1'1,'^MNNK INK) Htippoin Ihn I»OTVHM inflo hloun of \tniifl fnr rov* lino oi»l\ \ oi thn \hori Gondii ro<lmtlon\of piotorllvo diitloM MIIOOIII hnoomo t r inmphttttl, fhon \\r tnlght olpo«t to won thn iniignlfloonl HgnroM o f fHHIIilrnp to (ho (oniputu tlvnly ItiNl^iillloftiit onn«i of ISiUi \h ( llo gi'ollomon f i l won't «l<» Amotlottii muimfiK InrorM ntol lnhorriH itro thot oiighly tiwukn to (loir own hij'.hr-it good nml huvo hititoil h\ nrttily 11 (piurtor ol it roiilm y o f ph-iiMuot uml prolltuhln oipoiit'iiro (hul nutloiiul pnmpotlt y gomi humt in huml with prolootton uml tltntoforo no piufy will ho nilnoi(< il with polilioul uml otlh lul poW'nr IIIIIOMHIIIOV uro uhnohilnly MOOIHI on thn 0110 gtnut «|noM(tott thuf nmht linn our iiiilvnr«iul pronpoiily. Nnvm In Iho hi »lor\ of thMfoUoliv IlilN tho gti'iit lllfl«»4 of VMIIIM hoon MO thoMMighty poMtoil fin fo Iho \ilul im |Miitunon ol u Woll iiil)ii»ito«l IIIMII f«n (ho prolorltott of hot h rupidil titol lulnir. \tnl, tin, *mi I hmoot ul to o|t |NinontM nn^ Irmvoonlily rtiiniiiiflnl, hoth hy tholr plutfoinm uml oon^ron NIOIIUI to llon t to u <tnn^oiomi toilm 1 Hon of thn tuiitt piotm Hon, llioy uro tlM ntir« ly fu(nl to ilofout itw (hon^h (In ilrolMioo loo! iiliomly h#*oti m»««lo. Wo •my thin iMH'Hiim^ tho l>oinooruttr pnrf\ rtintiot nml will not oommil thnnoiolvoM to |*rol«M lion hy thoir platform (o ho noolo, thin wnk, in i 'hiritgo uiol llioio urn oiiough Momorrntw who know I hul protoi lion U Ihn only uh»«olntn fonu un Inn of n oonlinuunro of onliooul pum polity itiol w ho w ill pmt«M t Ihoii own lolrtOMlrt hy voting in UIOOHIIIIIOO with tlioli imtl vhlnul goo<l uml ( IIIM iiutnhoi IM fur morn |hun nufTlrtont to ilofout nnv piiitV thut nvon iloilgoH, or oiptivo ont« , «i In irgunl to (IIIH 0110 m>tiio w hl< h in of rtiipfomn Impoitumo POLITICAL OOHHfr firitrtui inliti C rrrmruif, flit* Ki'-puhH (Aft * MIHIIIIMI* l<o |tr» MI.|. t.f iti |M »f| hnn lOllin «Mlt km IttVtil n t lltltl.f f.i| |iM*4l<l«'tlt III nfi iltu lai..l ;.i. I.HI M i..I 1.1,tiit, I h# |»ro|»lf •»•• «••» *!•« '••» lll.»ni»>, 'I IM t II *«'ill %• tlh •«•*•! t«i..I f.- i » .11 I Mir K«»t IIMIMII U HIMI I <ii«tt I<M.. { fit ul if *9**n Thr 1>»hli* V.i//r.«, «.1it«'«lhv I l» Mtilll VIUI iitul \ \l M11M1* »n, on! tho /»M/»/OI hSi-+m*tm f rnttnU'ii il.iily orgim. *«|M-iik •loMigly In lt«vt<f 1.1 jtl Onr itiiil I o^ 01, oul 0«»tt0tii inl III* llUh Ol \llli I O I t<> \.'li (• r Unit liikil TH» T O « trr Frirtu iltt> 1 V1T* .. I %l*ii.r •.. th. tf..1.tr>ti fUtn I |»«» Ill h**i m §•>*•*- 1* • «l •% Mli ^.\ \ lli* Wlill. I'l l •! K i.I M IH ,,( Uir Phi, IM*' nui«.\t llriiriiii liiipilt I\ l ' ,r l i!M * tnr,n •!»« Ko puhlliHiMM huvo IMIIIIIIIIII*•«! for i% >l«^ po mi <U»ttry withu will* to MIIUM- hi* liniiom. Ilwyhvn, ttuliiitif»l«<l III |M;»4l; ll-onlln. In IHrtO, Juhtmoii, In |Nfl|; Coltn, in H'tN, Wllw*ti In l«r/» ( WlMrln, 111 IN7\ 'ttMl Allhui, In |NMO wrrfi ill \si.lnmiH DEMOCRATSJT^CHICAGO, Th# N«tlonal Democratic Convention 8«l*ctlng • Lamb for the November Slaughter- Cleveland the Probable VictimST Temporary Organliation, Ac. Fiir n^firly a w««#*k thi^ vnH<?n* ollnliw ami rhiflA tmvn hnnti gHthorlng at Chi<i»g«> firr thn fin rpoan of putting tholr jmrthtilur cniiilhlul^ on tho pnlittoal turn ooun%». lint liMt Hittiilay WMM thn grtvilo^l <luy of all. Thn mm mlnma tt( thr HuhlMifh wua ilmro gnnh^l, thn nouml* of ohnn h Imtl* wua < I row no* I hy thn utmi 11a of tnaraliull munir, na Ikiaa Killry'n hmvna, of Tiitunmny Hull, thn \ l^niiialana 't'igi'rn,\ atiil rniui- t»orlorta<rthor |M»litinil orguni/jitionH iHinnh^l thn fltmnt* un«l turntMl thn inniul iptint of Humtay Into a |Mift<trtiiotihitti of nol«y mvnlry. On Moinlfty thn SVw V'ork ilotngutioii Imht an infnrni/il ni«««ting to toMt thn ntn-ugtli nf (Hiiilidnfo^, HI ut I ho flrnt or in fofimil tftiillnt MIOIHI ; (lovoliliul III, Klnwor J.I, Thtirtiuiii t t lluynnl l> Tihlnn I. A fitrtnul IMIIIOI nhMMl . ('lovolniol I7 t MIINMHII IfV, Huyiinl 11, Fhiwor I. If tho unit rtiln IM IKIIHnd Ut thr noliil votn of Now York will of uMirnr Im givon for f'lnvnlutnl \llhongh (ho. Ch \ohin<l hua iiiutiy hot op|tottouta it now fMN'ttm ptolmhlo thut ho will ho tintuhiittod, with ^lolKumhl for Moiomt phtoo on tho ti« kot. My ittiuttintotiPiiigrm'tiiniit of thn Vutioliiil f^iiiiHinHo (Vitniuift«H* f llnliort II, Huh Imiil, of TotnA, I* to tio tho toiii|Nintrr rhuit timn 1 if Ihn mm vent ion July Nth, ,i( {* pi p rn, tho onnrrution Wfia iiillio! t<* ootor hy Chniriiiuii It.iniiiin, riir IM r mi r. \ftvf n nnuto«| iliMotiMMioit, whirh Wrtw tho prla« ipil hmuiu^an ilonn, tho unit ruin wiw* tnuhitiiiiMil hy n votn of III'. 1 to .111, utul IhtiN tho httgo tuinorttina uto to l>o gtig)(iMl tittit Uitimt tiuml UIKI foot hy o\on tho iisir mwi^l niujoritioM. t'olotiol W I' V r il IH, of Wiarntmln, WUH iliyilj/imli il for |H nnuiiont t hiirniin Tlio ooii\onttou lohouttHsl |«i olrvrn oi Im k mi \\\ <hnH<l.iv Whon IHIMIIH'W* in OHMIIHMI till' ipMMtioti nf n phitfotin will IH» I Fttrl Murblr in fto*ton Folio. Homo tho piimlpul himliM»HH, uml imthut will 1111 1 won hi nnhlor not,- (iouvrnimr Herald. HRRAL-DIN08. Tlio rlvor'a month IIIIH a wnfory lip, Tlo» K 1in*t- that \ limttit ibt* iniihilK»it Mr \ Alwuyw rhlo m»mi> Miw k iil|(litiimrn. Tlii> atuttcring HpfiliT lifta a KIKII- ilrnw I hlo |M>w-wowor. Tiw» miH'fi nlMMirlMsl. It would appear— Tti«« timn who ilrowti* hi n Intik of Iw'nr. Tlin prtpor fo whlrh growling rom- Tnunh utioriR nhouhl ho «nnt-- <4 Tho VulkH hliitt. M Alwuv* nvohl H \ huttc fill tf wunt, Wlirn Ihr thmtro you hnuiit. Mnny mon hnnkor for a Ron! in tho i/Ofri*hitiiro or (\>ngroHH t whon thoy aro only fU to fill n M*at on a npruoo at limp, in a gum aw amp, Tltru* I'lniriiM lt« nwn, 'mill p^ann n r utrlfn. Ami, «iii<^» Hfo'n RAIIM* WO piny, W«» «fak«> Mint l<**o thf iMoihh* lifo; Hi>Hlh P forfeit OIMII miiMt \my. i . '\ ^ NOTV» ANP^oMMKKTfl. Th4»YHme* <tf im i»m<'lu1 tlilnf Will miroly hrlng tlio rngun t<» «rhf - (ioursrttmt Hrrahl. lint rrimi»«i *>( «u ntn«ii»1 rniriia <*o fu r to kt'4<|» IIHUM' irlin<<«i In Yojpio. Churuhu+cit #V«»|»/<, Tn«t lirniHl Mm with tlio nmrlt of rafn, Ami nt*%i«r IriiK t Iho iMrtin p njothi, • Uourrrnrui !ft*rnttJ Wm RU qnitn w«»ll lo lirnml tlin ruaa. Hut Miir.-ly you IIIIHI < .tf «| | hhn flrMt, (htthtun Mnunfitinrrr. With ftnith'ii li»fl^» fr, halt Vfili r frtip, \ml \e»n'l l no'ot full to •»»«!» Iho t liHp thmvfrnrut ItfTntil. tint niilv lot htm \jrTPft*'\ Ih* nulMtn t. IM .1 OHII'IM! |IHW. HOW «M%JMM\ ho wrlgifli'M (Tirtiti^ h tho m»-*ho»4 of till' lllH. Or. to ih'ioi llvo«« N|»TMV Ihr vrnni \iHv!il#»\» riifo1lii-\ IM'KOIl»iio \ tiio l lot hint Mltihv 7ii/#«fo I tmriran. Whon you purohnso a yaolit alwaya itmint on having a hill of salo with it. - GENERAL NEWS. i Thorn nrn 20.0TNI Frw MiMoftH in Town. Mrs Wadilingfon, tho wifo of tho Ftrnoh MiniMtor to Knglund, IH an Amonojtn lady 4 * Now Moxiro luw :|,fHNI t INNI Hhoop uml *J,- OtNl.iNKi rjittlr on it* 77,5*0,000 iwmf of land. A Ttntiiimr of Rf. I/>nia oapihiliNta am alMMit to oatahliHh a Cat hoi io i-olony in Tnxaa. Pmnidont Arthur will lay tho rornoT ftono of tho jMMloHtal for tho lijirtholdi atatuo of Uliorty,.hily 4th. HunilroiUof aoroa of land in Ononda^i rouuty, in tho vioinity of Hulwinavilln, aro lM'ing wt t<» tnhaooo plants. IV T. Ilnninm, tho votomn ahowman, haa givnii f r >5,000 t<i TutlN (^llogi* t4i tottml a tnuaoiim of natural hiHtory. It ooatH tho OoTommont |I87 f 000 a yoar to tnaintain lighta and huoya 011 tho Ohio, MiMatmippi and Miaaouri rivora. On ring a noont thniidor Ht4>rm in Kanaaa, thirty livo oattlo Htamling nnar a IUUIN^I wiro fonoi* won- killnl hy lightning. In thn Pnitod Sfatoa thoro aro H71 f Ho7 nion* maloa than fotnalva. In mo«t of tho Stuh-M in tho MIHI tho foinaloH pr«|>omhn»to Mr. Moody annonnooN from I^mdon that Mr. Maiiki y's hoalth and voion aro m\ Mhat- t4>r«4l that Im oau novor la* hnanl in public* again. StatiNtioa show that <»f ovory Hixty-aix inuiiiKninta arriviutr in (ho rnitml Stahs thirty lour nuno from Hroat Ihifain or Inland. Tlio ohnrnpion jnm|H 1, fh^orgr* TTriTuil bin, otloiH any man i n tho world fourtmhoH haudioap, in a rtinglo Htatiding jump for ^l,<KMI u sido. Siftoi- tho inrnqtovafion of Iimoklyu, fifty VojiiNairo, tin 'tiiiiuhorof Mi HHHI j<«f rliun IMH hjiM im ro:iM4'<l fioni fhn*o t4» Ihiifv SOM-II, \V01th f l,..lMl,(MMi. From tho Wrsf Shorn traiua at ITaroT'- rttlltW oail I** HOOII tho Hlllo Hhl||4» hoilH4> whon» Andii' and Arnold tint to arrango lh«' MiirrotuhT ol \Wont I'oint. In Ihr Honao Mr. HMtnn<k iiithNluro«l ilouhtodly lat-npy tin halation of tin* day, | Wo'd Mo<nior lot Iho hllll thing go- at I ft m \ »\thori/ing tho fundi n<j; of Iho <iit io 110 hulloi HH In (aiMlhluliM ran U< had IH- f puMjr HUIO. Ilko Homo othor nho'fi, it o4»Htn too mm h for I ho ringing.- ('hiauja Sun, Thon do somothing to at (tain foro TIIIIIMJUV — •-•••- THR 5JOUTIIKRN ROl.'nfRR, imiro balhiHt t»r sloor <loar of it /Vo/rr/'a HWkly. ( Url iHititii* thr dlok duva of rorofmtmi tioii, wo think It WH« in |HiiH, tho mouth of hoi«, thn^n gi ntl^iiM-u H.I! on tho {ton h of a ptixatt* Imardiiig hmim* in Mnhiguu uvi iiuo, \V'arthiugt4in «ily, \n thoy MUI l«»g4-thor In low an.I oaruoNf roii\IIMJIIinn, un old man in worn, hut ow*» in.4|N'4 luhh» gitrmontfi, luino and hohhlitig on 11 riuti h , puiiw d dtrtitly 111 front of tho tiio and glaiiti'd H< ill. hin^ly in Ihr faro* of all thim\ '^^«•^ , WHM an rx|»o^Mloii in tin* upturn* d < tHiiitonuuiv of tho old man hto lo.nhlv di llnoiI a h»4»k of woarinrNM an all, in fa< t , of |tH*«4-iit |Mivorty, that itnild not IH< uiisundi>rHt4»4H| hy tho group. \<*an I do any thing toi you mv man?\ ankul Iho «nittor of llio ttio, attoiitlv,ly rogaidiug tho station oy li^uio in IIIH I onit, •'I think not, «Jr' f wan (ho ipth k rraponaiv 1 Win 10 did yon git that hiino log\ in- tjuiod tho UIM( M{V4wikoi. \l I Iti. kiimaugu \ 4 Uu what mihy\ \Vom HUIO, if yon ar«* a aoiiilfrrnoi,\ roployf tin* old man loaning woatily on lil«t < 1 nfi li. \Not mlm*, ftioiiil\ nuid tho goiillouiun, *T Ulongiil t o tlio olhrr mdn.\ 'That muki* a hig ditVotnno*', M romarko«l Ihn oupph'4l tttruiigor. \I WMH aU»n( t o ank von fin a fu\nr, hut you li\o on thn wnmg unlo of Ihn houw* \ 'What ran I do for von old uian?\ «tlll tligid tho goiitlonnm with (pilot gravity. \Woll I may IIH Hoi I l#ll \nu aa any ono 1 Im', I ain a Mtiang* r in thlw 1 ity, utul ttyliig t o git out o l it . I huvo a hmuo in (ho fa r ••onlh and oiiough to livo mi whon I g»t thi'm. I ruo out of nmnoy in Itattituom and wan hntught hnm h y thn kiudm-aa of tho mndtu lor on Iho train \ ' lliivi' you tut moiioy now 7 \ I o«|M'«-t«^l 11 roinittanon of $1% from homo w Inn I roa. ho d thin pluoo hut it him no t %* t arttvul \ \Will ' yon HIIUII no! g o homo on your Hoisi*.- f'tulailtl/iliiii (all. oinli bra it I ran holp it,\ and thn goulln- man J»OHIIH>NI IIIM |HN kot tmo k and MMIIIIOI) **\\ $• hilU In tho piihii o l tho ntratigoi. It m to o imii h * I dmhko t o tako it 1 *' nil laimod th#» old man, giahfully and aatoiiiHlu^l, ' Km p it you nro VMh-omr t o it,** por- linti^l thn giailloman. \I (hank you a thonsriiid IJIUOH 1 ** mod (ho old ni:iii. \Whi'ii I gi I homo I will intiirtt i\oiy it-lit nf it. Your iiamn- (01 I want lo n im iithor tt and hruioi it an long an I Itvo \ \NOMI mind th;d, old man, If you huvo 1 uiMighy aa you w^iy, t o li\o on iti yout liir away Moitlhrrn homo, and il you *hotihl I VOI 11104 f tu that homo a Imy in hlnn In >«ui h tiotihlo UM you ato (o dav, |iml hind him (lit* hlllo ainotinl I gavo you now, and my no limit* alMint it \ Un man who m n t ono of nnr doai lioya - 11 poor i**nfo«loral«» on hi s way io|oioing, wtMtoaiiral lohn Mrxiitnlni l^»gnn, itotnil, it mum - at our oti Itaugo a alo t o IM- IIIH pidgoM, tor mm IIIMH lioalmntil of t«outh« in HoldioiM ' N/i/oArr [)h*«.) ( S u*n<lrr. Thut * th»« KIHM! ilf o vomtK\ ofm'I IM' I rut*, K»n rtcrc nil\i'. MIMI mnuc > on Kfo4>|ilion N ilirrr nro lo ovory rulo, \m wt'w HlioitHy loiiitiod ul noliool, ( Aionj/o .Vnri. tinooffamoVparontaispop'iiIarity.*- H'hitflntll lline*. And Iho othor is main mon.- Sm-utaifn lutt/tr. A FKVV OK TIIKM, . Tf you'd koo|> up with fun H «|iiitint ihiftingM, l'lllho\ III!' Hll\% of /(((M >l//ll<|/», O'lMO t » #l«\iO //fKll<f, Hut for roul itouhlo hroio«io d fun. \ on i l IM-HI 1 itlo h on \ lo iho i hirnqn .S'»oi. ( 'Aii-itj/ii .Sun. If you want tho I nil mm unnn o-aii iiuili h It- Hon.t \oiil HIIIIM* t ||I||OII lo tho Hnttful, ftYttor l.»kv Iho I..fty, r.'iciil, HottihiM, H4 M »imui|{ , x|>|i IIIIHI Fuf/iV. VI/M/I)J7»I f\^ij/'f. Our low n horn nnno luivo \n»*l mi\ 4M I-.HOM. IIIIN in (In RuUu%on<i liolon. A'K7M»OM</ Hittoit. Tint I f vou'd liin^h nml |<to w fiif, Von tvun t to roatl (ho /Ntfiocru/ • t'mm»\ tit? Hemitcrnt. If tin* niml rrutrkot you wouhl Imvo diurtuil, riioron no |>H|HT hko Iho l>i<m>t .fvttrnnl. Ihin* t « Jttut wit. Ymt riovfa hoaiit n torry vv nil K10111 IIIIN**^ who huy tho now Through .V«o7 /f/(HffMoi(//ori I Un>uyh Mai/. If oil thU glolio you long would Irttilo, l'i»k*' tho InNriM *il 1 itoioohui 10 t M»»'Oo/i«»riV ( \mrirr . Would'*! trwto iho liHw of Jo> ** rurow** Uo loud tin- Kiand Ootioit tier I'it** (t'ttuirt utur UfYalil, Koi it fount of ,! raiMiim '* and n flow of i hyiiio, Ui\ o ON Iho Hunt-* t ru 10 Urmlti o\or> tiiuo * Aio««i|/«i Sun. doht of Iho ttiilod Stalin in two jH'i nut fifty yoar !mu<K In Chicago tho Amriioan pmhihition run vontion nominahwl S (' t'oinon^v , of l\an HJI-I for proNidrnl and 1. A. ( , oiiaut t ol CnnnootH ut, for vioo-iirosi<lotit. Tho nrw oily hall in fliilailolphia IIUH alroady 04»sl J*»,H I'.flOil, and it is not yvt finiNhod. < hio of its foaturo* \H a IIIN k towor whioh in to ho 100 t\v{ high. riitladolphia has n man, a Major in tho I'liitoil Stall's army, WIIOKO hoart in on tho right sido. It is tho si^ond oaao <»l\ thn kind known to mod ha I tuon. An nnti pio sooiify in California ha* iLskod lor a hgislulivo onaotmoutpiohihil' ing thn tuaniitJK'turo and Halo of pio, its an uuhoallhy and immoral trado. Thr* dini for ol thn mint, in his annual ropoit, oatimatoa thn pnidmtiou of gold in tho t'nit«Nl Statna during lMH! t at ;in,- (MMl.tMMI, and id' sihnr * lfi,°(KMHM», An oil woll hn.s IM«OII diarovoTod in Now* Thighton, Statou Island, r!x|»oi1a havn n\amim>d tho fluid lakon ftoiu tlio Woll f and proumiiinod it llowing jMlrohtim. Only tonr uomon havo I mon iM'tisionnd hy thn I nito<| Stains <fovnrnutnnt at thn ral<* ol ^o.iMMI a yoar. Thoy worn thn widows of rrosidmita Liin-oln, I'olk, Tyh-r and (larfiold. During tlin proarnf NOsaion of Congro«rt thn Houso of Ivnprnsi'ntativnN haa paKS4Mt hills for thn foifoiturn of Hourly sovnnty niillion MOION of land hnrotoforn giantod to raihtiad o<iinpauioH. Thn largnst Iron in thn world is a him* gum in Australia. It umasurnH mom than iMJ foot in tin timforonoo six foot from tho gnuiud. Tho largost froo in California is tJH foot in i iiotimfomntn. Ovor $i:».(HM>,fMK) was oxpoiiilml for liijuor in (hirago last ynar. Thn oily h:ia 1, l(Nl lti|Uor saloons Thon' won* IH,(MH» arroata for disturbing tlio- |M-aoo during Iho ynar, ovm IJ,(MHhd'tho otli inlors lining iiudnt ( Mitring tho shouting; of ihiRrninpaign j » W(, »»ty .v^ara of ago. ; Logan will bo in his own Slato III o'- | • l,,n,rH s \\*»'i »f Kosriusko, Miss, has Imnn marrioil foity-soyi*ii yoaix, and doath has aovnr vol visitod his hoiisohold. Ho 4< J)nring tho past twenty yours I hav r choonap;roatRuftcr- cr. My doctor informed mo that I had Kidney Disease, I obtain- ed no permanent relief, until HlTXrs[ K J;:iYi w ]KKMKDY was prescribed. Notwithstanding* my ad- vanced age (70 years), am able to attend to business daily. I cheerfully recom- mend it as valuable and re- liable/' ('UATvLEs WI:I:I>EN\ 401 Pint*St., Providence, R. T. fA T was sick a longtime, ami endured great suffering, I hud the best medical adviser with- out getting relieved, life was get ting wearisome, and my suf- ferings increasing from Kjd- ncv Disease. I decided to trv iit!Nrs[^n; (VPr ]iu-:MKi)V and it banished them at once. My doctor said that he had used it and knew it to be an excellent medicine. I cheer- fully recommend it.\ ISAAC M ILIJOAN, No. IA7 South Main street, Providence, It. T. Put Vottr MI not around mo, ilofiroNt, |l|il*% 010 rliMM'i to \oill Im i««t , I »MI «rt(| r%ni| \trt wour> . _ On \ our I ruo hoiitt I woui^V*'it. i/iMfiif r fluihtni. hou'l iloMpiifr. di^aroHt MliMiio, With \«>III HI|IIOMI WO W H I i'ofii|»l\ ; Wo will |ni t tun arms m< I >on, \nd uo II ki* M ton on tin' -Iv. (fitittfft fWntrrrrr, Mlnnlo. ilon'l you ho mio»«*v , l(« M| \«MII hoinl u|iot i tlo*« In rn+t ; Itnl il \«no 1 IUKU•(•« xhouhl IM- uini«iy, l»«»it I Mull out 1 -out, hu t tO *''*\<' OIII \OH|. Ihr llnhn, Wlml'i u littin grr««Ho, ha dnrHrijr, On our ooitt 01 on out \rit, lo I h«' jov, M*« «»ortt. ol hu\ tug Nin h 11 \Wi'i' l fun** on 0111 hroiiMl * UiM' llot t ttnttm unto tho iftaml IM»UIIO<\ I onto to 11* mill xiifoly IINI, i Jut ham Voioifuoirrr. Thon*. thrro, «wool diitlhiK. rrn«r vniu Hi^liliiK, M\ lo\ o thiill ilium' n\% ii ) wiK'nlhiwii Wlillr on i n \ liroH^t voiir hoiol in I \ i11K> III k I*«H \ 0111 tour Mtiiino d o\ t-liiN ihiwn, IlrntM awl, it pogging nuuhino.— Cheruhitxeo Fro/tie. I.tTRRAKY NOTICFS. I»KMOIONI 'H. V\ inn^nixiitn ha s IMOU mon* mirroHsful in intoiing to tho wants of tho hotisihohl than Ifc'iinm'Hf'« (Mustrali^l Monthly. Th o July MIIIIIIHI OUIIUIMIS n yarioly o f roadtng woll tiihulatod tu I'tttottahi and iustnut. Iho Htorfon aro iMollonf, 'Iho World's l'iogioss f ' \ Homo \rt utul l|om«» Com toil,\ and Ihn various dopai t inonls tmiko up a vnry totMlahlo IIIHHIH I rrTritN4i\* M MUMZTVF Tor .July I* oVoti Isffi r than usual, and Is onjMstally totuaikahln tot an lllttsltalid nin In on \ l^iitgh How and Wostiuiiistnr \IIIM-V \ I no |Uttutpiil Mt#M»l rngtavtugof th o uuuihor, I I mv tor NOIMWIV,\ IS a \oi y 1 haimiug ono, iltimtruttng a oilpital HIOI > hy I rank 1^4 Itomdi.t. Thn author of 'lowi,ih \ Holt's YYifn \ ootid ihuto* mm of ho r iuimilahlo hutnonnis skoti IH*S 'Nml \ viitou/' a iiovoht by tin |s»ptilar riuthoi o| \A rirth \vnnui Komaitin,\ is IN gun, op tting Hith gnat spmf. Thn pini'iil'this fiopular maga/iiu' is hut Two Ivdliiisii yoat, with gt» at ilislmtloTm t o i lul* This is a gtwnl turn t«» suliH4 nlw, as % now voluiiio Is^gms with thn July num IN 1 \ddn-NN ClniN .1 Ci tors<m, UMi Chtst nut St., Chilaihlphia. I'n. It \ KI*ftU*H M Vii v/tVIT. Kor lulv, in Itw litofiifiirr nrtil it s tlittsfm tioitu, Is a mirror of thn sutnnu r wmld. In its O|M mug utioli wo 00 tnius|w>tt4 d t o thn If youM ow-nitr nn ol«l iiinlil'* wraJh l.4iid hoi HIOII^ lovo H hrlilal |otlh (iuiivrrttrut Hrinltl. Ilul ?f vnu'd hor oondllfon nltor, I.« I not >our own nook IM-UI lo\ O'M hultnr. Niftimnuil H'ttiHt, Tf yoit Would oh 11 ago hr>r lnvo to fsgo Hint, I f >oii Hsro, nt ho r ttuo »mo (/(lumunii Ifr~ttihi th hrrvvo r nilii, hor iiino lo 4laro. .IUH{ JM.UII it( hor hi I «*o tooth nml luilr. <OM/|IIMI VoioWri 1 nrrr. Whon frr»fn lioi rod hot wtHlh vou'd Miss NHI , \ on vi* « nioo fi»t h'giii'y.\ Oinlntt, raf« nml night krys ntv thn In tost thingMoiit.- (>i #7 Frrtz<r* Wvrkly. You to*k v* hul fruit rtijov T ntfM*t * I ••'•o Hilton^ thut toui|i(ing hoMt \ khul fur ««wootor Ihtin tli4» r«\«t =«= I ho o tho ohorrv 1l|»«« Iho In'**!. •into,\ 01 rhit*fUli*hic% Oii7. VtSi. Krvf or Wr*l. at North or Mouth, Mm h fruit IM |to*< lou«i t«» tho tH*«ti>. lint It IIIIIMI IH< |ituokoit hy tho mouth — lloth IUIIMIM lof l froi* to hohl (hi * uimto, Aro thorn any MIMMIK in n tlnirn cnrnV 1 'het tihumi* Frojtle. Of corns thoro 11 ro. ami his wifo had ( \\ol\o ohildron, all of whom livo and uro mamod. Thny have oighty grandchildren. Thn nnlim family livo withma radius of tvvnnty light mi ION in thiilooii tosidom os. Tho |uosidont o| <i loading lifo insuranro n4impaiiy, 0110 of tho ohh'st ( wonlthiost and most (^nusorvatiyoly manngod among Amor ioan lifn (oin^auins inlorms an I'xohangn that '*ainong distillers, hrewvrs, w holesalo and othor sellers o| drink in^uird with us, mostly in tho oarhotday^of the omupanv, the moitality has heeii ?<t per eont above tho 11 \eiago. \ Tho prollts of thr lift* instiraiim rom- pamns havo he^n vnry gn»at. Twnuty nino lifn tnsuiauni> eompanins now doing husinnss in Ihn slato ot' Nnvv York IOJMMI ^'•?n,(MMI,IMMI of assets, and fl7tl,(NH),fNH) insiiramo. Thnit sin plus in |HoU \vas;ilH»nt Ji.'idMio.lMin, whilo now it is now fnnjNNI,. <HMI I,if*- insuranni' has been alhigethor tisi iiisfly t o tho iusuind. Cotrk'n Corner*. Fn'«1 Vor1»ei'H slorn ia niMily noinplobsl. t^uiti* a iitiiiihor havn eomuiounisl liay- Ing, Mr. Kndnslwv anil son IUOVMI a barn for Muhaol Wideh, last week. I 1 ^slio ( n»«sinan, who was injured hy a full Home time ago, is yet on crutehn*. Tlieio was a piniite in tin 1 iKmgljiss «s hool LITERARY NOTICES. TlIK AMKTUC \\ MiUH tT.TCKfsT For duly, I MM I, is the moNt sujMMh IIUIIIIMT of that CoriiNlieal issmd during its Tt yoaiN of evistetiee. It is brimful of iustnut ive, smvsoiiahln artiolns, madn mom intensting and valuable hy one hundtid original illus- trations. Josimh Harris, alb*r an ititnrmg- nuui of eight \<ai>4, msuinns his editorial oonue4-tioii with the Amrnrun tf/rhulfm isi. TIUTO an* a s4-<in' of giwid illustrations of hints, holps, and lals»r-sa\ ing dn\ ini's tor all dn|mitmnnts of rural and domestic lifo. Criiv, |>l..*»fl |s*r year; single nuinlMT, |. r » 44'nts Address Amvrivnn At/hiiilftuist, 7oI Mmailvvivi', Now Y<uk. THK CKXTCKV <•<». h'nv. Or K'oliinson's si'iirs of Opnn Tj't- ti-rs on t'huroh Music, eontaining vatuahlo suggest ions, thn insult of many yearn' ex- |M'tioiice, will Is* eon* hided in the July Century. Many people will IM» Htirpriwd to leatti that the cih brahd K11 KIUT Klan wan originally a pleasure elnb <d* loss than ten young men, who eaino t4>gether cHiasion- ally for an evening of harmless fun. In the July Century, Kev 11. I,. Wilson, of Cuhwki, Tenn , the birth phuvof the Klan, will furnish a mmurkahh* iweount of its origin, pnignMW, and linal dishaitdntnnt. Miss Julia l>. Whiting will print a pathetic tain of life in New Kiigland, under the title of \The Story of Mvra,\ in the 1 July Century. si. T(U IH MAdAZTVIt. The July number of the St IjOiiirt uuiga- Valh v \I the vNiIe. Or, Mmit/ MUH« h J distru t, July Ith, also snot her near the ' z * n «\ ** A V,T . V ^Orai tive one. It eontains tukiH IIH to Prime Hismank'ft favmito j M f,. <im m,|| ! a large numls'i of fine illustrations, aiming haunts With ant Mack, in his Judith Mis* Minute Voilier and Mr. Frwin w,| i«\h mv |SM traits of Novenil h-wltng Shiike<i|iraio a \ taki^s us to thn suutntor j |(,u,,illou w* to united in inainage at the ! W!m »* \\il e4lit4»r« of the day. Its reading home ot tin* hi ulo, July 1st. II. Id. tho \voti Thon Mr Koo's novel mutter consists of slot its by Mrs. II. A \ N ittiie's JsUttal Sfoi y,\ hrhtgft us hi tho! ('o«»k's (Viruors JulyTlh IVCIM'I Chute, 111 la Wheeler and other*; [MNIIIS by Uliiks of the Hudson, rind still it IN thr* •Mimtnci land. The \Sumtma lo^sotts of the St, 14twinner' 1 am iNvuitilbllv ^ • — I Kdwanl I*. Fah's, Ian-inn Arnold, Mlla Macomb. iCnshnian, l«awn*nen Marston, and one Standing of pupils in district No I . ' SJMH iiilly- The Vagrant\ by llattie S4til»«>ilby \nnin HOWOHM Ins helte. Aliiv I^lia Stanton 91; Waren CutTUan HtJ; Whitney, jioHRi'Rsing more than onlinary Onmrnn Carr i^oiilnbutntt an evi^sslinglv lk»rtha Itarley Ml , Willie Cutiuaii JKI, Lillie ' moiit. \Litenuy Topics'' hn« nrticb'N by oit« noting |tii|mr on the *' Crofi^ioiiMl I Stnnbm M*\ Kolwit Hurley SN»; Huruham Ciml Castnor, A N l>o Menil, S. W. Wall Ito.iiito^ of tin IJINI Centuiy.\ Ih* *'Ap Wcwslwoith Ml; Victor Sjiwyor !H»; Naomi and Mrs Nellie McVoy, on \Onnin* and •IIIHM Inn I n Ni-w York'* Is a finely illus- j Sawyer Ntj, |r, iN . Johnson HU; hta Morton Vice,\ \Caul II. Hayne/* 'killing,\ ttit.d oliolo With the «-haptnr on \tihl-'WI I-v«l*t% Tutiu t H7; Mary Cutiitan HH. Tlenn tbsirgn,\ eti-., etc. Tlie number J llti'kntv \ toIoiH I Higginson o.nohnhn hin Niinimi of pupils wln> attended nehnol every nuuludes with M Kilitorinl MargiiiaU/* and tub n «i ing Vnnriian History Hf^riix There ' day, Idllie Slaubm, l,ydifi Turner, ami t4 I»ight MIHHIS,\ by the Kditor, Alexaiuler are giNMl Hln.rt ^imi«^ | tiU Nttmttci IMMI I Man in Turner. N I»e Menil. Criee, only l r » cent*. St. tmiiM olov4*u mil |KI^ riignivlnipi, j I.Ct jNiu Mil lii, Teacher. ' Uuiis Magjizine On., Culw., St. I^ai*. I-KTTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. [Fnnv rnrognt/ii^ llm ri^ht of et^- h Rlid oV4*ry oill/oii to 11 full Mint full hoiiiliiK. i t hiiM loiiy IH on tho 1 '«ifiihhMhoi| oilHtoiii of Iho IlKIIAI l» TOHKH to i *•< «i\ o uml puhlimh ' Lrttors from tho iVoplo.\ II 11111M noJ. liiiHi'Vcr, ho undorHto4»d thai hy HIM h |iuhlioution wo oiiilorn o (ho m>nl im* nt n Iho 10i n oonluinod. IIM wo rrwi \ o tho n^hl whioli «t' Khullv itooool to ono uml nil. to ttn«wcr, din t rillo, or ooiillnn. Iho thoorioM MO lutviim**'! im IlKR VI l» TlMKS.I That Celebration at \York.\ As the clonk indicated the hour of mid- night July thn .'M, WHIM' six or night high lonnd, coilnge(?i hind, noble and |iatriotic \IIIIMMIS\ of Fowler, assi 'tubhsl ill thn highway np|tosih' the Hotel at Little York and at once pmcncdtst to tiro a eoiipln of' anvils. Shot followed shot in rapid sun cession foi ovm an hour, afh-r which the fining was onijtinmd at intervals of Irnni tive ti* bn minutes, until early dawn, when an accident occiired which brought the annoying demonstnitioti to a sudden close,. Civile Woodcock Wna wven'ly In- jurnd by a prwmatuiv explosion of one of the anv lis, severely burning his face and I eyi-s; at this wiiting it is feared he may j lonw his sight; this is much regretbsl IU* he is a |ss>r lNiy alsmf II yeflrs old, who VV.LS IOJMMI in by thn lenders to do the dangerous part of tin* work, toii< long off the anv ils. Two yedrsagoono of the |»arty, l''nink Wight, hait one hand hailly mang- led by a similar accident, on a similar oe- 4'asion, The prim ipaf movnra in tin* de- monstration wem Ity rou Wight, t/nat Mtiifiit, Frank Wight, and Clinton (OMMI- cnotigh. tiouti nants. and snvi>rtil small IKO/M n»|K'<| in to do the dangerous work, that their su|M'riors were evidently ton cowardly t4i|Hiform thcins4'lv4*s. Now, all goisl litizrnR agree, that to ceh'bratn. our national auniversary, is nohle and patriotic, if done in a rational and becoming manner, but when the <s*- <'asion is taken advantage of h> vent spleen, and among ijuict and poaecahln (iti/^ns it assumes ipiit<* a dilforent phaw*. Some two yeaI-N ago these same young gentle- men (?) conceived tltcntMolvoM aggiievoil 1M^ -a use the writir of this aituln did his legal duty to gently restrain them from a hsi free use of lemonade (?) they pin]M*M-d to even up, by making the night previous t4> his 4th of July party, hideous with their patriotic (?) demonstrations, in order to prevent him ami his family from getting any sleep, well knowing that they w<*n' to IH kept up the following night. One year ago a drem hiug rain provenbsl the annual nxlnlutiou by oomjM llmg the ^hhsMls' 1 to take shelter with their maga- zine in an old dilapidat4s| blacksmith shop. It is a common practice t<i o|M'ii Ith of July celebrations by firing cannons at dawn 01 -sunrise, n<»( i n (he public high way, within Ml feet of dwelling houses, but on some hill or commons near the place where a ci lohration is to he held, and it is an ojs'ii 4|tiestiou whether the laws of the iNiiintry precision!, or ••von common e«insoiit would tolcrab'such dciiioiistrations at sm h an un^easiinahle hour as midnight, ami in such a phu*e as was S4leot4'd 011 those tK'casions It is hnf n shoit time since that the railing was torn od the bridge, femes throw n ilow 11, gates unhinged, a lumlier wagon drawn crossvvis4» the IMLIII way, (nearly causing a serious accident hi Wm. \Yoodc«M-!c and A. Heiitiet) and vulgar and nlmecnc language used in our public sttoets; a lady aicidently overheard this vulgarity, and can identify the party by their voices. I am naturally a friend to I toys, (as I was once a lxry myself) and disponed f4» ovtilisik harmless^ Iwiyish i.ipei^, hut not willing to sutler at. their hands, nor uphold wanton <b struct ion of pn»|Hity. A word of admonition and T clow*. Wnieti clouds gather and thicken in thn horizon we exjMct a storm ; the clouds are gather- ing, seek shelter behind the bulwarks o' manlineHs and gentlemanly dnjsirlmnnt, ere they hurst over your heads and sink you in disgrace forever. Tin MAN PAVTR. Fowler, July Tifh, IMKL THE LATE CAPT. JOHNSON. A Brief Outline of bis Useful Life. Tlie death <if Capt. I). !>. Johnwm, of ( touveriieiir, a brief a^i-ount of which ap- |M»ansl in the HKK \l.l> TlMKs a few weiks .igo, is entitled to more than a passing not ice. Although |MMtiliarin some ns|Ht ts Mr. Johnson wa* onn of those straightfor- ward men that all who wire brought into laiHinoHs relations with him admire. Hi* wa* a contractor on milromts, in mines, and coal jobbing, during the greater part of his life, and in no instance* did In* ever have any difficulty with his men, nor did any one over leave his employ dissatisfied. When the war hroke out he cnb-m! the service of his country a* Captain (So. k, I I2d Rcgt. New York Vol*.-, and remained in the service until his health failed, in the fall of lH<;:i t when he WIIH obliged hi nwign and return to his home in 1 COSMIC. He wa* marrioil in JHpJ to Miss Caroline A. Inger- son, of Jefferson County, who survives him, and by whom he raised a family of five children, one son and four daughbrs. Me Wii* a father of the late I>. A. Jolmson, F*»j., whoso untimely death we all so deeply dcphinsl, and who, if his lifo hud Issn spansl, bid fair t4> IsH^ome one of th*' leading lawyer* of Northern New York. For the jiast few year* Mr. Johnson ha* 1M-«'|| engaged in hop raising in Oouveinour and ath'uded <IOH4-IV to his husiue**, mingling but little in sisiety, S4^ining iimtent with his fcmiily to whom hew;* very kind, ^Ut hough C4implaining for sonic time witma dilticiilty of his hnid, his last sicklies* wa* shoit, and when it wn* annomui <l ujxin the street* that Capt. Johnson wa* dead n.very one wa* Nurpri**^!. He wa* buried in Rivorwide Cemetery, He v. W. PompMter Clui*e oflictating, anil a largp n>niY>ur*n of *ym|>athi/Jng friend* attended hi* funeral. COM, A8 OTHERS SEE US. The improvement in the HtfRAl.n-TWER, Oouverneur, N. Y., i* markisl. It* new dm** and make-up i* O. K.--Fambridge (MIMM.) Tribune. Tlie OOTTYRBKKFII HRKAT.TI v%m\m out thi* w«s*k in an entindy new dn***, ami it* appearance i* niiich improvtsl by tin* evi- dence of prnwperity. It i* hen*»lter to Im culled the llKKAI.D-TlMRH.—• Flint Ilrrahl. The fJoi'VKKNKI'R IlRRALD i* out in an entire new dre** of which it may Im justly proud. The owner* have a new pn**«, new type, ami new everything, and the paimr is milly a hand«ome ulnet. — Oyrfenaltury A<t- ivittcr. Our *piey eon temporary, the (Jouvenieur (N. Y.j HKKAIJ> TIMRH, came out la*t wwk in a new dn*** of tyjm and it now pnwnt* a Imautifut apjmaniiH'e. Thn Herald ia it jonrnala*tic j<»W4*l.— The Orange, ( IV*.) Obm-Tver. The Oouvcrneur TTRRArn ANT> TfMR* canm to u* Ia*t wrs^k in a line new dn»** from the Johnson type foundry of Philadel- phia. They have al«o put in a new Cnttrell pri***., and are now producing a nu'e clear print. — Nonrotnt S*u*. Thr- (Jouvenieur ITKRAT.D annonnee* with Tmrdotiahtn pride tin* pun ha*** of a m*w spring suit of the hit* 1 *! style and a new pre**, (•oiiverneur isagmwing villag** and the HKHA 1.11 is one of it* live institu- tions.- Courier ami Fnnnan. The Cot VKKNKTTt H KTi AT I>-TlMRH np- peun*d last wis'k in a <*4»nipletn m«w outfit of tyjm and printed upon a new and ini- proved fast pros*. It is a live pajs r and is evidently apptcciah-d hy it* laige numls'i id' n»sulers. Flatfttbury Stutinat. Tin Oonverrii nr HKKAI.IM* ismiis] this wo4 j k fnun new ty|ieN and a fast press, ami is much improved in cveiy rc*|H'<f. The lli:ir\l H *ay* it was mvoi so pros|M*ntus a* now and C4 rlainly de«orvi-M all it* W*H\ fortune.— Watt rttorn Daily Timm. Tlie (tonveiTieur If Kit A I.I* mnies out this w«'4-k in an otitiiely new* ilnss ami much impnived otherwis4>. It is also printed on a new Cottnll jsiwer press. The name of the pa|sr ischanged to the torn venieur IlKlt- Al.l* TlMKH- Cartliar/r /i'rpuhfKan. The (iot'VFHVKrn IfKHAi.n prroent* a handsome ap|xaranec in it* new ty|n\ Now pre**os have IM'CII a«hled to the establish- ment, mi that Is'ing admirahly <s|uip|Mil, tin* pajier pntmi**** all thn news in gooil style. We wish thn HKItAl.fi slice*'**.— Journal and lirpubtiran, l.oirhtlr. The (Jon verm nr, (N. Y.) HKKAID TIMKH «-4libsl by Je**4' T. *S: IL C*. Reynold*, is not only one of the !iiie*t New York puhli- cntion*, but i* the liveliest. 'I'hn IlKlt- Al.i*-TIMKM i« lilmrally ijuobil by the pn > **ofth<> country ami is a most woithy publication.- Carl Fntzrl'n Wnkly. Our esteem^l exehango, the Onuvcmcnr HKKAI.I), ha* purchasid a new pn*** and si'cuivd a new dres* of ty|M*» It ha* also discarded cuts, which add* jfri'atly U\ its ap|marance. Wo congratulate the HfCHAM> on this evidenc4' of pm*|N'rity and hojm it may Is* long continued.- fh/dennbtiry Ad- ratov. TJiegiHMtoidOouvrrnenr. X.Y., I f PR AI i» TlMh>4 has come out in a brand new die** ami printed on a new jxiwer pn i *s. Tho HKKAI.II TIMKH was giswl enough in it * old clot lies, and now that it ha* a new outfit, out sl;i*h ways, and trimmed bias, it is, a* Carl Pretzel would say, \just a daisy\ — Warsaw i hoi ) \\'a*p. The (lonvcrnont HKHATT> TIMRH, one of the vigomus w«s*kly journals of St. IJIW- remi* county, come* to us looking gay and handsome in a new dres*. Thn HKKAi.n, ; under the guidance of Reynold* Mro*,, ha* attaints! a |M>pularity and fame that is de- served, and wn an* gla<! to WM* that it is pm*|H'nnis. It ha* als4» almorls d thn Ootiv- erneiir TIMRM, and thus imn'asisl it* u«<»- fuliH'**.— H'hitfliatt Time*. Hn> .Reynolds, the poof islitorofthe widnly <jUote<l ami Issst of family news|Mi|N*r* the HKHA 1 i) TIMKH, of <*ouv«-nieur, N . Y. , has come into iMMwssmii of a foilune and the fn>d thing he dom» was to buy out a tvj*' fniindiy and a new \<'4dtnll\ impnivisl f,i*t print mg pn^s*, and his new pa|s't shine* like a peeled onion in a hlaok cat's mouth. - 1 lot ham, (A'. //.) Mnnntainnr. Tho < mil vcrncur I I Kit A I.I» ANII TIMKH mak*** it* api**arain*e this week in a new dr<**« and is printeit on a new pri's*. Tin* new tyi*' IH brevier and l*uirgo-oiso for reading matt< k r, and nonpareil for adveitine meiits. The apfH'araucc of the pajs»r is decidedly imprvid by thi'si' changes, ami the Hi'ltWfi is one of the neatest on our exchange list.- (h/*h•ns/tura Journal TheOouvrrncur (N Y.) HKHAI n TIMK* ol la.st week ap|s-ars in an elegant new droKs. \(v\ nolds say w his now pre** is sup plied with \out gearings \ How heex)wetN |4> run a newspajHT with \i-ut gearings\ is more than we can understand, The advan- tage of \cut gearings\ probably may IM», that in case of a priu firs strike, the glaring being already \cut\ would savi the stnk the further trouble of cutting them.— liiihmond, \ la.) Ifaton. JiM HNAI.ISIII' St<<rtRs\~ TheOol VKH- NKITl HKHAI.II comes out this week ill an entirely new dre**, printeit <»n a two mller, air-spring, cylimh 1 pri'Ks, built by Cot troll *V Sm, of Now Yotk, and is capable of making l,.>(M> r impn***inus |MT hour. The former is furnished by the well known Johnston tyJM* foundry, Philadelphia, and com prim 1 * a complete outfit, consisting of everything iieoe**ary t4i a fit*! -cla«*printing ofllci*. None of the old ty|s* has 1M'4«U re- tained. The head has bun changed some- what. The new issue will ap|s>ar a* the OorVKKNKlTt IfKltALH-Tl.MKM, instead of the tiOl'VKKNKi U IlKliAl l> and tioiVKK- NRi\K TIMKH, a* formerly. The HKKAIH is one of the most enterprising jvajsrs in St. Lawrence county, and many friends uml reader* a* well as the general public, will congratulate the Mis<srs. Knynolds on their sucix*** in the journalistic (ielil.- H'alrrtoirn Pa ity Ttmex, The healthy ffttvwth of the baby ;R de- pendent upm ils fioisloin from the porni- 4'ious ofTcct* of t >piuni. Ih. Hull's Ilaby Sprup is thn Is st roinody known loi the disTM.soH ot early childhood. , * Hailenboro. R«'h(M»l 1 low** next Friday. Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Mead, of Newell, Iowa are i n town. While shoeing a younjj horse n*<eiitly ? ftordou Horn k IUMI his left hand (jiiite «eriously injured. Mr* II. If. Haileand Miss Porri E*t4»Ile, of Palmyra, are visiting relatives ami friends in town. Misa Eliza Rich, who has lmnn f4«a< hing *4-hiN>) at Carthagi' during thn juist year, in «j)cndmg her va<ation at homo. We arm sorry to have to announce tin* Hudden death of the infant daughter id' Mr. and Mrs. J. !>. Van Valkeiiburg, aged about i months, Haiieslsim, July Htlu T. The Hot Weather of mi Id-summer ha* a weakening oflist, Isdh ii|*»n IMMIV and mind. Yon fin*! ahs4»luti ly incapable of doing any arduous work, and even light 4tutii'*are |M iforim-d languidly and un willingly. This low state of the *y*tom 4fuiis4** oven greater infirmity, and give* opportunity for serious disoa*4* to gain a fifld-hold. In thi* condition the *ystom is *fni< k to m<|x»mt to the reviving, qiinken- iiiK, and stn'tigtlu-ning etlis-t* id\ Hood's HarasajMrilla, which purifies the blinsl, rogtilab* the dige*tive organs, and infus4> frenh life and vigor into e\cry |»ortiou of the Istfiy. P*«ople who have taken it write us. Haying : \It put* new life right into me.\ \It make* 1110 young again.\ Rnader, if y«»n *niTer from summer wottk- 110**, try Hood'sSar*tt|>ttrilli4. I Oti ilvmrn $1. MARRY RICH. i Tldn li very gewst w\\ lee. glrU, if yon Rot A I hrvilthy IIIMII with Iho OHMII. hut i f >.»UH<'«MUO m IMS'V lull, ucrvoli*, d>ni*4*|»ll« folhew you ur o <N i - titinly in hsr< l link. f»a what KOIMI l« ho< t<<pt to wear your life out with hlw n iu \d«HoK»» aint IsuioiitHtionN ** (ilvf in* (hi* IIIMII wild 11 »Miitn| . Mtotnaoh, ph'iity of IIIIMMI in hti* vi'iiin. H HUIHO on hlM fwi' Hll«l II ploHMMIlt Willll fo r Hit . WO Hiilllij j tsko hnn I f h o luidn'l H dollar w-010 wo lookiitK 1 for H hunhHixl Ju«l now. lloatlh !• Isllor IIIHU : riolie*, you limy ile|M'iul llowr-vor, i f you hn*«« j the II I look to o w ti nn iuvsliit hitMhaiid tiuik * tho IUOMI of It , Hi (HII MiiKKcut lo you H IIMHIH oft hiOptntc hitu out. Iltir«hx k KUMHI Hilt* »- . fo r tin* man witli i|> H|M>|»HIM. fo r tho man who n* hilloiii* . fo r tho muii who |M liohllitated. or fi»r j tho man with an onf«-H.|o,| <iroulat Ion. aro Isl- tor than a K<>I*I mino. And romomlH r. K^'II*, OIIM HpNuiliil inoilli mo in )u«t io> K'\M for tho op- |MM«it4> M4*x , for a miur Momai h , for MU hn|»uii' hroath and fo r nnvoiitiHM wo m<>f«t hoartily r4ss»iiiiiioinl it. HiirdiM k IUIMMI Mttlom aro tm en-4'lhsl In thoir NJH^ inllhn Mr H Hll.ht*. of lluftnhi. V Y.. wrlten- lff*ar - h»|f your HUMIIM k HIIMMI Itittor* fa\ oiahlv P»|M» k4*n of, I w a a indu«4sl to watoh thoir « th* i» und flrnl that in ohronlo IIIW'WM'K of tho I»I«HM| Imi Mint kidlioyn, yiiur hi t In* havo Is-o o Kl^nalU mark«si with micoiw. I ha\« it*** «l Hum tn\m>lf with ls*«t roaiilln. fo r torpidity of Iho h\or. and III Iho on*4* of a frioud of i,iilno MiifforliiK f' oui «lro|Niy. tho olfoo l wiu« inar\«*loua MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A new comet ha* come in sight. Dr 0mv<-*' Heart. Regulator mm* all foi IIIH of Hnart Ihs4as4', m-i VOUNIICI* and sh*4'ph'**m-**. HARDWARE AND MACHINERY **.***.*.*.-*.-****, MIX <nm» BOARDMAN & CUTTING, )KAT.K1W .TK JIardware, Iron, Steel, Jlails, HELTINC; AXD MILL SUPPLIES, POWDER, FOSE, AND ALL ARTICLES FOR QUARRY USE. Shovrls, HOPS, Forks, &P, MECHANICS* TOOLS OF EVERY KIND! A Full AfwortTTient of-— STOVES OF EVERY KTTsTD! Tin f Sheet-Iron and Copper-ware. M T/»wi»U, Mm, ha* fHHNi Pmiicb raiia- dian ojNiative*. Tliaf TTaiking ( \ nigh can ls» nn quuMy eurcd hy Slnloh's < un. Wo enaiant«« it. mlHiiu tint The MtRsissippi civil HI-M tee law piohi- bits Kiloon ki^ (MIX holding otlieo. Will von Hurler with Hv^jupKin nod Li\er Complaint? Shiloh's \ ita!i/« 1 s guarantied to cure \mi, nilH^.w^m $C9^ AL r Piii^ f**T Oririifnl Puwilcr Po„ IIOWP'A fVaIos 4 Sec, )•»('- —-• A Full ABsrirtmctil of- HOUSE BUILDING GOODS! SI* friT All of \0iicb \\\]\ In Ssibl at Lowest Market PHcwi.' Slri pies* N'ighfs. niiulr Tuisi'-raiile hv that ! leriible cough, Sloloh'^ Clio- I- the lellie- d\ foi )lll|. lUfHo\Nfil|| —-— # ~^ Obif'i|inihibiliouists have put a s(.-d« f i« Vet ! in the field, I GOUVERNEUR MACHINE CO, ( . K SFAl A L ATA CI 11N TSTS, AXII- Avoid cheap pwsls. Tlie I fop /'Aivfo- j runs pains and aches ^\ hen-ot hoi phndi-rs , . W\^ 1 * .VMI.-V.,,,.,-....,.,,...,.,..,... iron and Brass Founders \A crcmaforv is t<» Is* I»11111 in Veuton, • Lmg Island. It will n^i ^.M»,IMK». Tlie most delicate |>rrKonH enjoy faking Emory's Little Cathartic Till*, gi\e a H ho)es4»mo app< titi', put new life in a broken ilow 11 IMSIV. |.\» e. ut*. - • Water for household purpose* in Hi-llinf in Key West, I'hc, for o ci-nt* a hm kef. M\TCCFArTf'KKI** nr I'llJ.KVS, MIAITIXCS, (IKAHLNi-JS, &r. — nFAT.ru* IN— **- WliiirCIIT IROX I'll'E AXII FimXIlS AXD EXGIXEEKS SITTLIES. I OFFICE AND WORKS, MAIN STREET Ask Fred LaVaek alnuit Acket** IUC^HI Elixir, the oul> ptcpaialimi giiaranlci d to ch-aiiNo the IIIIMMI and reiuioe all < hionic , __ ^v»s=^»w^*# r» t A\mw*. miioouiv CHAS. McCARTY f Supt West K...1 of Iron Hri<lgiN OOCVKKNErH f NT. Y. Jo1i#d f UL, now dcTTinnds £1,000 ea-h . down for all saloon licences. I • -— ! Fred LaVai-U wislu** it known that be guarautii's Aoki IH I»\S|H jw«ia Tabh t*> t o In- fill- IH-KI It niod\ foi indlj/oKtion 1 \< 1 m.ide, they always ivhew lnadaihe. IHI'JOIH IN • - Snvnnti'i'n yrnt JIM ii#d«* ha\e ap|*arod in New .h'rscv. ! DRESS COODS, JEWELRY, ETC, SWEEPINC -:- REDUCTION! Spfvi;tl Hpthlctioil nf ^Tbaveiio appefito,'* com plain manv ^^ N siifh-ieiM. IIINMI'S Sirs iji.o ilia gi\«s an s % '\ apjH t it e and enahloH tin Moinaeh to JH i ^ ^, jj form ils duty. v N N * - *- NNV N N N Tlie nvrrago wheat crrm of the Wot Id is N ^^ e*tirnabMt to Is o\«-i *>.IMMI,IMMI.IMMI hushels, one half of which isgioun in Luro|*\ • Frcil LaVa4 k guaranh*** |w»«itive T« Ii# f for anv cough, cold, comp, 01 lung com plaint hy using \i-k«'i a * Lngli^h L'• 110 «I\, or will refund the motio\. IIII!MI« |\ VYV'V. Y K K 1 R h K Y Y9.VV w w xr W N* W ^* W W W \\ w www w w w w w w w \s w w w w w w w w O 12 <» ««i) It U< <* I. Ill UU U W !«• ii 1 JO (0 i«i l« ii W UU A, li Ul Ul «.<.(, inrnr DDnn U. «CI m «' m ui UU <»' on (tt Ul UP UN UU UOUIMl 11 L I> 10 i> i> I> E> D b li ) I> :> 1M»DI> 0 11 8 A ffiUW If 8 • 8 M Tin-State Piohibition Paif\ Convent inn will IM» held in the city of Albany on the nth da> of July, 1M^ | AT p. G. WOOD'S, GOUVERNEUR, N. Y. ! I * I How I FFTT.- Why tw o years ago I , was JIIKI alMiut cia/.y and no wonder that mv wile ami 1 hildien win- atraid of me j \'ou just w;'.nt to Miffi 1 with neiiialgia I W iii,'i.«i.-ii.i-:isi.i .1.1 1 —I sui-l^i irir.-.-s r () Inn-,i T)n'« Silks. pliUI I'llhis. I luv cuied tin Mini now mv 1 SILKS AND DRESS GOODS! . '£1.2\i. worth 11.50. wife nay*, I am as nn. k at- a l.,mh /;.,/«//! H |»icrcs SII11 Ul i i 1' hn *ss S11 Iv S, .... (I 4H, Worth 0.7/L lhu,»/Aooroao J!, f »»,,ft,,.to t ,. |l|iirrrs\rw |{|:icl( Silks. . . . , .i*» Mill lipWfircL The Cnit4«l Stairs Siipiitite Com I 1.;IH | TI|CSP ;i !*(» 1 Ih\* I !csl I ?;i Vpt \ TI S— t lie \ t »rv Host \%|| III* PVOf dis-idi-d that a hie insutaiieo |*.lu y ImhU ! (l ||pp r i | \ n \ | M > |,;,, | j« »s i »|* i i i Ml\ t 'ITIPII V. ginwl if the uisiir. d eomtnifs nui* i»lo whil< insiuie. ...i^;:;:;:;^;,;:;':;::^;::: 1 / < \ r>T >i^ r r^» (< \ RPin^ * i Woivistir, Mans., win.*. LM.N m. mis I V /i V I I I I J 1 K ^ • \ i V III I J 1 |W #c # of out i luh fiaukly admit* that SI. Jacobs t Oil, tin* i oiHpu-iot of p.no , is I ho IM -I i uio | . . they have .-\ei u-vl, and all N|N-.ik ol .t in, M> jUffTS I >< M I V hniSSf • I S. rlii »|rp |i;ittclTlS | buns of the h..d,.M .ippn.batmii. .H» JJ pi rr ,«S T;i | »c>l F V I »FH-<r U. t ||. ijcc p;i I ItTll?, 7 ~M\, Worth $\ . | c4-ld* a iHittle. I . ' • mw I • ••- • .'{O |i!CCCS l\\lr;l S|||»CF IliLTMlll. ...... i*H\ to liH\ A few day* ..^.. fo, ihrsixih time in six . .J.J .,j rr( ^ ( M , f(l|| ;||M | \\ II4I | | ?ll:r;l i IK .... 2lV. to 4<)t\ J years, J he hiisi m-.sws |H»I J ion of I'mon I '• 1 v. •' t • i • Fen,,., a town o| -IHHI .nhabilauN, w ,s ' TIlPSP ;11V flic LnWf^l PFJIVS I'VlT K MOWI1 111 t Iff» IlistorV «»f the < ;irjM t TF.-HIP. nearly di st roved h\ fitc- LyTia L. Finkham's \\petahlc Corn-, jsmnd IH fo IH- had at the iH.m-t dtug| j shire for a dollnr. It is not ol.nmed th.d ' tins remedy will ruieexeiy dis* nsc undei I Iho sun, but that It does all that it .Jainis| to do, thousands of j'ood women know and di** lare. « The River and llatlsir Hill, n 5 * it li:m }>aHS4it tin* llou*4*. appiopriatis > I:», 'A »o ... <MMI. fJKAFF .Il I* F l<Ht CoviMrVTOV.- The giajM* i n»p of A. Sjsi I'S \ IIION aids last v«ai was double that o l any pievious year. Ills vineyaidn ucai Pa*js.iu ha\e s<i im i mased that h e is- able to keep a stoek fixe t o six years ahead Tiny haw IM-IOIUO |»opul n wine* among the Is st physicians i n \i w Yoik, and largely tisfd foi Communion pur|M»*cH and foi w<ak and ageii p ts4Mis For Hale b v I rod LaN'aik. 100 MARSEILLES AND CROCHET QUILTS, if >I :2~> .unl >l.in-.;i (JFc.-it IlarirniiL Xi'Wi'iisi 1 'o •MUII LV-HK) y.Wih ,ii K,-.. wurili \Jh~- . SKW CASK nrcsT PRTXTS! rimirc I'.-ittprns. .V., wortli VP- -: KID -:- GLOVES!:- It {* *aid thai the mnnufai tnre of oh-o- margarine still conttuuu* in spit«- ol legal prohibition. t A WIUKAWAKK Oiu<a;isi- Mr Fnsi I I'Y>strF Ifoii]{, .Vlf.. rPtlllPPi] frr.m £1/MV-^'iO iIo£. I>JiV;uk is always w uli awake in Ins bust [ ties*, and spams no puns to MOIHO tho b. M IJS U! A\M SILK ( I ]J) V KS. ;tll 1IPW, Mini ill JJTPflllv of cvciv aiticle in his line. lb- has **i • i • i . i e .i • i i i i> 'f'l iri I NTS, ciinsl the ugem-y fo| the eenhr,ite«| Ml. I I King's New |iis4-o\ei\ foi Consumption The onl\ eoitnn i un know n fbt t onsiimp tion.l oughs.i obis, Hoais* in ss. Asthma. I la\ Fe\or, Jlioiiehitis. oi any , 'rhriMit and Lungs. Sold on j guaniiit< > 4*. Will gi\e you a tnal In-ftle fns*. Ibgulai size J, I. H\V?5;100 DOZEN COTTON, LISLE AND SILK HOSIERY! At attrnctivp pripos. It i* stahd that Col Hlis* hn*^nrrnmlN-4t to the groat Ca|sl and ls-<*n conveifnl to Kouian t'athoticis'm. TiforRANiw SAY SO.- MI. V W. \t kinson, Oiraid. Kan., writes : I m\oi hesitate to lecommilid yoin Lleitiu f'lll'is to my cllstomeix, they gi\e entile satisf'.ie - lion and ate tapid edicts.\ Lb<tnc liltfiis aic t he puiesf and Insf niidiiHio known and will |>ositi\ely elite Kului-v i and Li\er i-oiuplatnts. I'ni.l\ the IINMMI j and regulat4' the Imwels. No family cm allord to IM* without them. Tin \ will ^nf hundii-4|s of ilollaiH in diH-fot'* luIN i-M-ty yoai. Sold at titty cents u U-ttle b> Foil LaVaik. There are now .Y'.IKHI ^towing frer* in AVashiiigtiin, plaied at r. guhir intorx.iln; along llio miles of tine stn-i t# WifATTlfFY SAY.' A man i n CTiateau gay imwh-oM-r^ J'Hioii sahof ICoot |t< ei made, from I>ut4'h«*i's lixltiMt lo«»l^ A iu.ni in Ulover WMti'*; \I make ^. 1 IK I OIII\OIV All (Jooils \\*:»rr:nifpil :i* llpprpspulril, ;iiu] tiiinmntPPii ;m Ln\v in Prirp :\* in .Ww \t>vk «>r 15o>ton. D.T.. AVOOD. (Jouvrrricur, Mny 1-f, IHsl. - WAIT! FOR THE SYRACUSE TRAVELING JEWELRY STORE! i\ K. riOU^STEIN'S t ,,,, , e - . nvrl ,n ' !, > >»Mrs* business n-Vitions w t). the js«<op!e of Northern New York ami for t#w isittlo' rinake n,.'' \' 'ri^' wl.o'di ink '.'t >C..IH ^\MI. .eede.M.> hi- -.n. S I t ...I.M. HI. is sullb lent to guaranty mid Ailly smii4k the.rl.^and rn.i;uk, \Well' ,1 IN -\^ the ,.,.p!e as t o ..u, ho t ...tabodi..hog-«u.l tbeM.,«.|ioi ynal-U of our ipudii. giHsl \ Omai Wildosaul ' \w I ib-ilaie; . Wi II.M m-w a I/ng. f M«- I th.n CM i I eforo. it.nsint mg of |>| \MON|)N. IH»Ll) it is the ini^t ex.ju.sjtely delnioiiH ku,. AN 1 '!) ML\ I :i; W\TMM>, MhlW PdC \C|;| I IS, KIM.S. (I IF HFriONH, age that ever |i;iHs4-d I he JMK tals of my paU and i n l.u t own thing I tin.l in a Cist Class JIWIIN Lstahlirdiuieiit. ale.\ It is bright, spaiklmg and healthy ; ICOi.Lh'S |U;os'. Sll \l h'W \b'K. consMt.ng of lea Sot*. Sjionns, Knive* and • •••ibiui ilk.. Ik. wl .li nil f..i I lii> Ii:t\ lii Id IN ' IV . 1 '. \\ • . * . .. li.tl...... A . make* the Is st dunk fin the ha\ field , is 1 r \,ikV Watrr IM- hci^. A tome, strengthening and d» lii-numly pleas- 1 ant. Miwle at home, all otlni mat* rial j \ Sfit'l'lJlllJi i in the house, and all for a ipiaiti i. tiit ..'... . . ., i /•/-.. . I the ginu.ne Ih.lih. is Nothing like it. | I Aer> Hung in .mi line IF w:,rr.i.,lisl «s n|.iw,,t,il ( and if found othenrmf maufj Sidd cvervwhiae. llubb.Cs Fly Killer, H ill !-• lelund.sL ! I>ut4hers' l**ad Shot tm l^^i bugs, K .O ; poT Wat- h ami j> 4 ml7yl T^iwioiMt < 4iiiidy every twn mon I lis iallr maik of SniTf'll FFJiBf-K liH^ io Suit ail Eye* an line IF Warr.nilisl «s n^->rr>Ronto4|, and if found other* d Wait for C.'OI I>STrrN\ who uiakiv kin Ite^ulnr TVIp ov»r HU V s i

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