UNDER this title, the Subscribers propose jt-lUliir.g
in tiie Ciiy of Charleston a Wmi.x Pafks,, lu be
d-voted to LI 1 ERA I LlUl SCIE.NCK. tho Alii'S.
.MECHANICS, AGIUCU LTURE, EDUCATION, and
iitALliAL I.Mi.LUGi.NOE-111 a word, to what
ever may imparl instruction cr allurd amusement to
each class, profession or calling ot our people. In pol
ices ana religion, ihr llucura will occupy strictly
neutral ground ; jot sufficient attention will be paid to
both, to enable the rrauer to learn bow prosper lue
religious and political condition ot the country.
A paper demoted to the purposes above slated, lias
lon Wit & dnideratum at the Soulb; and it u to
. . .k... ... . 'J 'I. j -J.; . . ..
tkuc'j. The Subset lbci a are aware Uielr prouusu
may appear too confluent, attcr tlio repeated Uiiure vi
Southern periodicals; but Uicy beg leave to soy, that
o omplete are Uie arrangements lucy have inude so
extensive the correfipondence they have secured so
valuable ihe aid, both ut Nortberu and Southern talent
Uicy haveiulibled that Willi Uie kindly feelings and
liberal patronage ot the . South, they have uo tear lor
Tub Liitrurt) Dt parlmettt ol the Cuicoiia will be
applied with article ut rare and substantial merit,
Nvuh reviews and critiques ol all ttie uew work ot llie
day, and with original tales, sketches, works ol liciion,
biographies and poetry trout the pens or' several ut the
uiObt Killed authurs, botli ot the Norl.i and bnulb.
The Hcientifx and llircAmiicuf Devurlincni will be
enriched with essay and illustrations from uidividLais
high in public estimation, as thoroughly 'practical men,
which, together, with, the Agricultural communications
ulready eecuad te lUe paper Irora various portions of
the country, will tbrqi a compendium of useful iiistfuo
turn luvaiuauie to Uie artiaan and nlanter.
In lliis Depsrtinem JicprttU :UttUipmefr"o
sutkCTiKcrs bulieye i;.e tHitoaa wrili ttke a stand
winch w ill not ba lurpasavd "by anjf Journal of the
As one ot the suottmbers nilHtuakc U his
constunt buiinett to Miit cvw y "section ot out country i
and through moans of au extensive acqu.tiniuee ul-
UJ ftODWi;W I M UV V V VUi WW'WISM. H 1IU I IIU
West, a weekly cor reipondece)-will be established
with Uuhtoo, New-York, j'biladelplimi Biiiiuore,VasIf
inglou, Cincinnati and New-Orleans, through which
will be obtained, not only the, uar,iiest inlortuaiiun in
regard to nlftorciju auddo:nestio uj tiers of iiupor-
tanco," Pricej current of Soiuhcrn products and dmv
itetaiy ailiiirsot moment iu the d liferent States, but
also the opinions ot juuicious men inr. jard to Com
mercial proepect, ud matters of an economical civil,
and fxrfittcal character. Nor, sine? ( , V ,
"A little folly rw and then, -
. .". Is jluhed by the WKest uien, ' 1 .' r
do tiiey intend te exclude those lighter' articles ot in
ionuation, lamiliarly designated the chit chat of the
lay, which, while ihoy n.ay serve to amuse a weary or
lmtlers htur, have at llie same time the higher etlectof
acqtiimting us witii tne ciiaracter and customs o our
:ortt,erfl and e:
,i u'i..,, i i i
fw HVItilWJt., VIIU WUilUL'C&JliU UJUIC '
sntf hereby pledging ihemsetvea tlt no certion nhall
he wanting on tbeir part, not only mott tully to redeem,
but even la exceed Uie promises they muke, tivey re-
fcllullv liBillhe: oalrooa ise of Uta puoJ eeoJW f
X..iitli I'amlinii anil h. .i.ta. Hi.im
The Cmtoa t will be printed on an imperial sheet ol j
ihc very best pi. per and r)rte, and slisifbe cmbellisho .
uah portraits or our uistinguished men, and view a il- j
lustrativeot our scenery. The price will be V5 fvt ,
armum, pavable opoa t!ie delivery ot the first number,
V R. S. DODGE, -
, - N. IL CARROLL
July 1, lli..- " v
-. ' i -
''piIE Subscriber hvmr dtterniinod on remov'inj to
the South, wislies to oispf.se 1' his valuable
"tat'ioh, 'vii'g 'within thfi.-p ' iiules ' i..f SiIIsLur;r on the
S'i2r ri sii icauinj; to .Mr. Locke's bridge ai.d to Lex- j
iriuii.Sileinsnd R ih'irh, ic.; it is the same tormc.-ly
cMier? by William II. Slaughter, Ex , and it i pre-
suttiiu generally weil knowa. I ho track c)titauis
.i,e of which is cleared aud uwta tsultivitir.n, sml
ntwut tea of it f;M rstc ;ueaJow hud, it is wati-red bv
(,',ane t'nrk and taro Iricclies vbich run thron'li
llie land, an excellent orclurd, cositmg of a great
jl tngj. .vfJTX choice ' j
.lpjIr, Tcajh antl Thrrry Trrr, ;
'I'Lere z'v twa dwe'lni' H.mit o:i Die lrct, thi one j
n tu road -.j wc.l cah-u'a'.eu 1 r a i t-rc ! i-r.tcrtaiu-
prM-ti--t-t.-rs ri?t'"T;v?rir :.riri
lenient, liviii sll nerr:iry out 1.i;h.. coiict.it'Mty
ji-rs.'je-l. ai.d supp'il v ui an eAte.i'Mit , r.r.' o!
a'.f r. Tl,e t!er dwc'.litig Iihi i near the mcaclu-A
pro'ind and a iiri r'.o r prin;, in in w bicu it 1- tupplie.t
ui'.li water, ami a Urjc brii v. inch mkei it couU..iei.t
l'r pvcLiijf away l.y Tlie above pr.wyry 13 .
t-jiitly situ.rcd, and remtrfcibly heah!j.
The rtifccntirr b-in sntio to sell will give i har
.11,1. ilnwo wiiiuf tor fHtthet iuforwtim ea fw grat
.'iii li cstlisg on ll.e p(Ciuiso, l.n tlie tmburriBrr.
JOHN' t. Bort Ll
V...,j R.j ;c, Rowan Co., N. C,
.1,'fH .., I Mi.
IVtihrn Cif'j:in: Tctuprrznct .Ihocatc,
A .v.'ffiy Tal''f ' ''' ' 'ftmyriw 11 f m
V l!n!.t'l ul .Xii.fsiiU, A. t '., and l
BY D. R. 41'ANAfJLV.
A Temi-lhams CosvKrn)N that was held tt t!.i
! ice' eir.T in .eptomter, rewlvflTjii , iiMmhiii a oa
iai ij!' uie'aUjie title and nuu. itr, and appomud Dr.
J hn l':cfct.yii aud D. It- M'Atially lo cuniiucl it. Fr.u.
-..ic n sr.y preriiu" ciijjaHeuieiils, Dr. (;,ilou a!rcly
ti . it iinprscticabie fi r him to be wognwHl
is i-t.e of uk' wiitors, tliut'h he will theer'uiiy use sll
jfiiluence Ltiierauc, lo prwuote lit nuejwJi the
.'."rf-rtber there'ore, pweeas to is tic th:s Prospefti".'
1' :i s
.1 I CI.
ii ;o tiiit (.' wi::.i-
..:. t a;- H-ai, wii.io th.u.-sii: uj-n tliou
.o.hri" an: ons-iB:!; r;; e;iv!ti 1.1 tLi-otri-s, at
t:.e rac. -ivk, ;! jjroie-r.e.-, v.u:. uii panif
I, ti.e luv-ry ! t. ! -.Tn.-tt an t CiiO fureonc,
1 f . . . 1
, ui l::. , '.vre lo uivaocs me imcr
. . Ai at,),: -, in ycu not do'sooitthin' in'
!.at ii." ' ' r '' every true ps'.rnd, phiinr-iin-j
i'!:r Ki .-ol!eei there arc b-it l-w
, niuii iiu.i i 111 til the Southern toun'n.
u-m imf! of Not ili Carotin, ihe WtKterii part
.i,, ui, 1 1 " lii. tern part of Ten:. i ce part. hi-
. 1 0 s
1 , . ,i, ul ot Una k;r..l, ;-i.i. ..
l.ier they tha II have it.
, price at w Inch it a ;
t It i, rivin, 1
: befero t'.C .'t..';:;t-.ll
it can be
Ti nirranrf Adem a't will
t. ,i:, in ipiiirto lorm, eath
, an.) w ,11 be furnished st
1;-!, if Oi. a IK'.Uii
i . , .- i .ai.iiig rr.'.'i; -i
the verv i v
price ol ( rnts a copy. W here ti-i-
t'le coo.c a:e ! k n, the ;ny menl n.u.-t be macu una-
r.abiy ujion the recejitioii of the firtt niiinber, '
(XT IV-imci " r-, editors or publinn it v'' papers, ami .
o'.l ii't.ist'.ri cf '- '?,
arc aiithtiiM.-d agi nls.
cUcly ttie bonds of unity between us. , I ZZ i , I T P . . m' . ,
. . . .... . than double the number ol exeunt reaiiern. i.) r'lj.i it
Feeling assured, th. D, of their ability to meet tlio any MUxM!MXnd WiTibTOllfiirr; t mKaVing
wishes ot the uthcrn community, and to wtabhtljtiisggflnii our Republic
' DAVIDSON COUNTY.
Thome Stuart, William Stuart, Sarah Stuart, Daniel
Stuart, Pet'gy ytuart, and Levuia Stuart
It appearing to the satisfaction ..f the Court thai
Daniel Stuart, Pcguy Stuart, and Lcvma Ktuart, De
fendants in this case live beyond the limits o this State,
It is, therefore, ordered that publication be tnade for six
successive weeks in llie Western isioliman rursaid
Dcieudauls Id appear and answer at the next term ol
this Court, to bo held for the County of D ividsori at the
Court-llousc in Lexington, on the 1st Monday alter the
4.h Monday in September next, or Judgment pio con-
iett will be entered as to them,
-r-onrce tl,e 1st Monday slur the 4ih ilonuay m
iilarctl, 1U-U. -. i -r n i i
V. WOMALK, C.
May 27, 1812.-Cw. Printer's fee 5 50.
rlH3 establishment Is now in complete operation.
The Company are manufacturing
Cotton Yarn, Sheet ing, Shirting
and Osnaburg, of a superior quality,
which they oR'cr to the public at the loweM market
prices. Dlerchanls srid others who will examine qual
ities, and compare prices, will hud it to -their lutercst
to pnrcl.ase. J. UHODtS BROWNE, Ag'u
.Kalmbury, June 3, IS IS. -V, ., j A It
,,fc..rA.JilV iVi.v! " '
- " ' - "
THE rillLAPEU'UlA j - ,
.flTDTIIK LA HO kill tlKtlXATIOII IM.TBK Won I J) ! 1
, . . , . - -f
The publishers ol this old etabfi?ied and univerfslly
popular Family Journal, would deem U siierogalory to
say a word in couiiutiidaliou of lU past or prc ni exiel
.leccc and uetulneMr- ltiinrtvailrd .and mcreaidng
circulation, (over yO.OtiO,) is lis best rrcomu.eiidiitioii.
For tho luture, however, a determination lo be nasi
in the van ot the American Newspaper eekly 1'itn.-,
will call tor increased expenditures and renewed attrac
tions for the coming year, Ib4v2, not the leaiurwhich
w ill be an improveujcnj in the quality ot the paper, and
addition ot rwpular contiiuutora, embracing, we tully
believe, the best list to any similar Journal in Die world.
The Courier is independent m iUfharactcr, tearless
ly pursuing a straight toward course, and supporting
uie best interests ot lue public. It is strictly nuulral in
polities and religion.- It will maintain a lugh toue of
ino. ale, and not au article w ill appear in its poes which
"""'"i uu uoiauai
-l.l ..... .- . i . . . . ! It ......
Every one should be ptoud to patronise the Philadel
phia Saturday Courier, aa by us uiibrokeu series .ei.or.fe.
gir;al "A;;iricun 2'oJt, by such native writers as Mrs.
Caroline Lee llcntz, Airs. SU Leon Loud, The Lsdy
' Maryland," Proleosur Ingrahaioe, 1'. S. Arthur, Emj.,
M'ss Sdgwick, Miss Leslie, ai.U many otheis, it has
justly earned the title of the American Family Ai-
Forrisu laicraturc aud cw.
i . -t. - - - -"t
I Determined to spare no expense in making the ShI
i urJay Courier a perfect model of a Uuivcrsal Family
Newspaper, of equal interest to all classes and peisoos .
; of every nation, we bavemade arTanementstor!reive
i all the Magazines and papers of interest, published m
j hnrrlMiid and on the Oniuueiit. the news aud L'erua of
winch ar imoiediately transferred to its columns, thus
! giving to emigrants, as well as others, a correct aud
Man-.conoected account of whatever occurs, of. iLlerogt, eK
f ther at liomi or abroad. - --- -
Particular care is taken to prccorc the earliest ail vi
ces hi rt lerencc to lli prices ol all kuiusol Grsin, I'm
vinicn, Produce, i.c, the state of Stocks, Bunks, M'liicy
mil IjiiiJ, and nut exti'nuve arrnngeiiicuts will litre
sfter rc.iderour tricn tvtrtnt of inestimable interest
to Uie trareller, the turuier, and all tu?iiiets classes
'4"h general character of the Courier is well known,
lucblumni contain a great Variety eif
TALtA, SABMA1IVU, LSBUH, AND ClOOBAI-IIIRs,
ui.d articles in Literature, Sconce, ti.e Arti, Mcthaiiic-,
:. fucatioi,, AhwNeiVitltioi,
...lit 1.. 1,. I m iluiurli... i.l A,.... I
I in a Uoiveisai Fatuilv .t-WMtK-r, ir.mi ucii wi iter's as
.Mr.-. C. I.ee Hentz,
'in i'x Dickens, (llii.)
T. S. Artliu.-,
J. ;;liti:i a Kiioa1 ,
lrn. M. M. Iaxj, LouJ,
Mim Slvnck, ,
ui. F-. Burton,
Lieut G. V. Pu:!rn,
I hub. t.'ainj.U.;!,
E. 1- Il.lwtr,
J -; h t ". .Ni.'.l,
1 !. G. S,ir,
('apt. Marryait, 11. N.
Mrs. S. C. Ih
.lis Kill 11 S. Km.J,
tieore P. MoK :-, ,
Josepii U. I.'h5in:!..-r,
Prof'-stor J. Fr.!,
I.ytii4 II. S.oiiiiiy,
I ton. luiueil J . C oi.r.'iJ,
Mrf. C. II. U. Il-linj,
A. tiritn, Jr.,
t.'ouiitesa ol Biexli.gton,
!t. t'eiin Smith,
'Dip teniK cf l!.e Courier are n.' per annum, payaMo
in ailvanc, b'lt win 11 any one will olhtiste lu pit,cnie
' 11 i.':a- nitcnlji.T?, and seiid us ijl.j, pnr munry vnl
litnr fri, we wiil rrcipl tcr one tor escti Sc-ecri
copn-.- it hi, inroc eojiies for (."), or one coj ) llirce
vi sr? f. r .
( L I II 11 1 Mi.
Two ri piefct the Saturday onricr, and G.jJi'j's Li
ily's IVn.k, o.'.o )f iir, v. lil he- i:l tor
1 1'ivo conn s of tiif 'SaluriJ iy t oum.f, and Gotle'j
Lacv's It-ok, 11110 ytfc wl" he U 1. 1 .lt.
M'MAKIN l!Oi.!;i;.. .
l'lu.adf ijiliia. .,
wi'.h whom wo rxchange. will uiU lo their
'ul ona bv coin ui'' llio uotve, or reterriiiit to
I for pullibhiiii; in Uit ( ity of linhrmmJ, a iuic W'etl,
! hj I'ajitr, lo Li entitled
THE VIRGINIA DLMOCRAT,
IT w ill be pr.r,!fj oil g'l.d papt r, wm kly, 1 '. 1 after
tho next t:l clioii, al the kiicotnuioniy low price, ot
J Wfliry J ive eeiii." Iu a ni'ijie mi!i.i riuet, )i". tOiiii
for Two D..!!:,r.--, T'A E.Mi 'IIiKI.E e. yis I-r Five
IM or, I'll"! V cop.es lor Ten Doi.a'N p-.jablo invar.,
ably in advance.
It will an iin'ompreniiriii,'; vnr wi'ii all the
ruinous schemes now tilujcaieo'sisl nipporiod by the
. . . .1 . . 1 . 1 .... .1 .. l: 1
I reoerrii pariy ; una iioiiiiii" M.au uu leu ouuonir, which
1 tliu liiK-t zealous i'J oitionu can arroiniiii. ,'1, to eflcct the
, entire overlluuw c the l'e lcrnl faction al iho eiisuing
iekction. 'I hc article; will be brief, tnthv snd puiK'euL
j bul yet courteous and rcfpectlu! FideraliKin in all its
esmclcon fornix and Protean shae, will bo handled
without glovci". '
W 0 resectliilly Snk ihsl a generous patjonsgo n.sy
Im bestow ed upon our cllorls lo promote (lie success of
iho cause In which wo aro engaged. Orders add resticd
lo Tiicophili s wiil receive prompt attention.
March 1, lTli
A large variety of iiartlcn Seed
I'or sale at the Salisbury Ilms
MoriyIy C. B. WI1EF.LKR.
February 18, 1842. '
' OF THE . y
13 i I T li 11 HT. AT li .
rpHE Undersigned have taken out Patent tor an
I. improvement made by themselves in the important
Patent for an
an oi . s
new mixture, of their
inutu;u vhkh ig ,pp,ipi ,a ,
saves the erporow of tallow and
the leather, and which
the labor ol whitening.
They do not offer it to the public without having thorn
selves effectually tested it, nor ooJieirown recommen
dation alone, but ask attention to the certificates given
below by highly respectable and experienced 1 anners
who have exaihiht'd the invention, and being satisfied
of its usefulness, have purchased rights i and also to
the certificates of the Boot and Shoe-makers who near
testimony to the quality and finish of the leather,
i - WM. A. RONALD,
. . HENRY C. MILLER.
03" lclterato the subscribers should be addressed,
China Orovf, Rowan County, N. U
March4,19U , V Ct
; CERTIFICAT E St
Atnherwjnwrt bf Messrs 'Tlons Id St Jlillcr, and for
our own satittatiion. we Have parucuiariT examinee
their improved nlun ul IjnUhinir leather, and pronounce
it altogether beyond our expectation for value; and we
chcertully recommend it to the Tanners oi the Country
as a great savin); of labor and expense! and si giving a
fine gloss and high finish to the leather. Being satis
fied ot this, we Lavs purchased fur ourselves the right
to use their patent.- . '
, iJOUN CLARK, ' " i ;
' ' , Tenner, Salisbury.
1 JOHN SLtJOP, Ja., .
. . LEVI COWAN, -
? WM. S. COWAN,
'i Tanners, Rowan Couuiy.
We have manufactured considerable quantity of
leather fini.hed on the unproved plan, lately invented
by Mei--r. Ronald &. Miller, and we consider it of the
bet quality, both for beauty 61 finish, and lasting pro
perty. iAH. V. OLOVEK, '
Coot and Hhoe-inakera, Salisbury
'PHE. Subscriber has opened a Public
JL llniiuo in Mnrlrivillo. Davie ClillOtv.
Uoaroers and Travellers ins style which
i he liopcs will prove satisfactory to all who may favor
i li i in with their custom. it
His Stables w ill be abundantly furnished with every
thing necessary in Uie line of Provender ; bis Bar well
..tapliiiril uilnavvartciy l liquors.
His charges will be moderate. All riotous and dis-
I orderly conduct will be strictly prohibited. Call and
try me. ' E. R. BIRCKHEAD.
March 11,1842. ' -
j IX- MILL IRONS. CH
'i'HERE may be hid at C. Fiaher's Foundry, on
! I South Yadkin River, Mill Irons of almost all do-
sorptions ued in Uus couutry,
, Saw Mill Irons, Uiidgeots ail sorts, Wheels ol all
sizes, id-W hen not on hand, they n ay be made To
oriicr itl a short notice.
i -w WiLHAMSON IIARRP-Agent. "
1 Pocenibcr ni, 1641. ' Tr.
! or tub
Xorlh Carolina Ttinpcrance Union
rsxllK Slate Temperance Society ot N. C. at its an -
nual meeting, directed its Executive Committee to
b ineaiii'-a lor ir.o cstablislimont, at this plscc, ol a
JouTiial, licujt. (J iu tlie cam-c of 1 einpeisncc
In obedience to liicir wM.ts, and Impressed with the
1 ii . iu,rln itfi i,l Liirli a ntiK! ira1 ,rr
.:.:ttrn.iind, if sufficient encuisgen.cnt can be ob-
taaird, to iuc the first nuniln-r ol cueh a publication,
;i.'..Lri l-.MU.l, III! UK IIRH W JIIIUIT DUk
The leading object of the Fmon will be, the duwc-
i:t .fi lion 1.1 1 e'injK."rance irineipit'a. ov mu e - n -
ii' avur to prow nt ,n its pages, a lull record ol the pro-
. rcM of the 1 e. 1 franco raie in nur own and in'
n .-ei:;ii luii. is cl i'.s ellect upon liidividuals and com
r -in tic and original articles in deleuce ot its pnn-
ip:S and 111 rcj ,y to the various ohjccliuiis urcd
ujj unrl it. ! thi Congressional tilobe and Appendix for the Extra
While, however, the promotion of Temperance will ' Sn-wwii, winch make together near one Ihou.sand royal
be the fir.t aud Irmiing ol.j?et of our Journal, it is our (j jurto paguJ. Tln-y .'ive the fullest hi. tory of Con
ur.eniiun, tl.auu pages sliail be enlivened by a general j pros that lias ever been publislied- We how sell
; auiniary of ihe 11.11 important events of the day, and ; them for i.1 each; that is, lil lor the Congressionnl
' '-''i particular alteiaioa to ihe interest of Agriculture, j Globe, and 1 lor the Appendix. We propo) to lei
In carrying nut ttus object, the Committee look with ; mb.-crihcre for the Con ; regions I Globo sud Appendix
confidence jo the Irumds of 'J'einperance, particularly ' (or the -i.r.xt sei-non, have them for 5(1 cent each.
1 " North Carolina, lor aid anil nipporL A new nii-jThey will be neecseary to understand fully the pro
puhe lias been given lothe caue in this State. Were cecdm;'? of t!iu next sefnion. The important matters
. this the pn ;r occu.-:on,.wu could tells talc of what ! discusnt-d at the last, will I brought up at the next
l a" been pnsMiig under our un eyes', which would J pcion, in cotvcquci cc of the universal elii-atitfoclion
x.ikI a ihri.l of j.y throtiyli every Lencvolciit lionrL 1 evinced in the late clectitms Willi the wt aiuj novel
'I !..; rfloriii:iiion ot the inebriate has commenced, and i system of policy which the powers have introduced,
i rt ill gnm:; on wiih s power snd success, which the j and which waa'lorced through Congress without con.
en tot t-unui!io never dared to nriticipate. Give us but I suiting public opinion, or even allowing urn full di.
the iih iii.h .1 co , iniinic ilion, and wo trust thai an in-! enwton ufiial in regard to subjects of ordinary mtt reel,
rtninie will t'f forth I nun the Capitol ot the old North . The reports of tlio Congressional Globoand Appendix
St ne, to 11 motf,t boondnry, that will tell upon its; aro not 111 the lpm.t decree atfeeietl by the party bias
happincsi! and pnepenty tnroiiijh all luture generation. ; of the El 1 lor. They arc given precn-ely as written
Permit u., then, most e.irm Mly lo appeal lo evory : out by the Reporters and the inumbcri themselves,
f'ri. nJ ol'Trmperaner, .Moral, ly, anO good order, to aid '. (J the whole are subject to the revision and corrrri
n- i-timi0y. As the ohject i lu eoiiiuicncc with the . tarn ol the eak-rs,a8 they pass in review in our duly
new year, uiUy 011 lue pari ol iu friends may be fatal. , shet t, in case any iniMindeutai.ding or mi-fepreeenta-lx:t
every infill iilnal thtn, who feels an interest in our ! tirn of their remarks nhon!d occitr
mjcc ':, m l every Temperance Society, brcomc re- We make s ilnily analyi-is of the doings in Congress,
siu.-!0li!, 1.1 over tor the nuu.her of ropie, whirlMhey an, our upmions 111 il freely, but tins is published'
.-aoi-oso can !i"(ireuisud 111 their vicinity, and forwar.i 1 only in the Dally, Semi-weekly, aud Weekly Globes,
their names immediately, tor 10, -M, 01 M come, an , The Daily (llotw is Silt), the Seuii-wcrklv GL.h.. fi
they may ihrnk the demand i t their neighborhood may
At a meet 1 113 of the Executive Co ruittec of tho N.
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