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Carolina Watchman..
J. L EAMSEY, Editor andPropnetor
urrioN jutes.
One yetir la udvaiio
ftix months ! k t
t;ulx$ of five . -
IJIuba of ten or more
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Entered as second-class rnall at Sain-bury. Nj
THURSDAY, Villi. 5
Thi'ojufk after vour name shows
Jhat jour sub eriUon lias cxnrca "na
$3 an invitation to rjrnew.
. ' It isn't always pride that causeth a
tiff neclr, sooietimes ifc s kls- -
7 Some pepiileTseem to Uiiik .tke Far
mers Alliance ti maahroW organiza
tion, and yet it his just held; its elev
enth national convention at jOmaba.
" Talk about curious things. Ther
democrats of the city of PhilaIelphiaJ
have endorsed a colored republican for
office and nominated two women to be
school directors, ,
Congress has no excuse now, with
t the election biU out oL the way, for
' jnakirig Jan extra session necessary.
This fact should be remembered by
the leaders of both parties.
' The republican majority in the
i Senate isf jot very reliable, upon po
I litical questions; This may be unfor-
tinate for the republican party as an
: organization, but it does not harm the
' onnntrxr '
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The Senators that have failed to
make cdnnection.' for u re-election
fhoiild organise a club, but come to
think of it, it wauld be- difiicult to
Jiarmonize men as wide apart in tHeir
views as Senator's liluir and IIamJ)ton,
to say nothing of the others.
f The most nonsensical idea of the
i lime -is the attended mixing up of
the Federal Election bill -and. the
"Worlds Fair. : The two are really as'
ar apart as ths poles in all their aims
an4 intents, and it is only an, evidence
of fcillfaess to try to connect them.
V If the-recent transaction in Congress
; can be properly defined as statesman
. hip there is a wide gulf between
Y; statesmanship and what, is known as
' . ; hard horse sense, and there is little
doubt about that,if given an oppotuni-
' ty, the people would choose the latter
, jb very time.
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r' Althoughi the lermen Reitching
Ji as voted down a bill removing the
. present restrictions on the importa-
tiori of American pork to that country
' - those l?est informed' of the condition
juf th public sentiment thro ughout
. Germany are of the" opinio that the
restrictions will be removed in the
future. If they or not pur Gov
' 4Jrnnient should place restrictions upon
sonip product of" Germany which we
i i, largely import, as a retaliation.
! Mr. Ingalls is a very smart man,
Jmt when he undertook to pull the
Vqol over the eyes of the Farmers' Al
r .' j Jiance members jof the Kansas legisla
ture he took a larger contract than he
pouldfil). j The farmers had decided
that lngalls mfet gq, and no amount
: of blarney could have saved him. His
I Successor Judge Peffer, while lacking
Xhe public experience of Mr: Ingalls,-
js anian of decided ability, andone
Jikely to be beard rom in the Senate. already been proyen that the
m !: charge of (Congressmen engaging in
- Speculating in silver bullion, while the
silver act of last yejir was pending,
was bisei on truth, and somehow
suspicion that much more might be
ilisdoveredif the -committee engaged
, in investigating the charge was not,
. ironi Som,e; cause, too. timid lo push
(uV1 it is said, to expose
U ihi prominent men of both parties
rhohave engaged in this speculation
iJrace up, gentlemen ! Expose every
Y illy wan, and the great masses,
' -which are always honest, will stand
?jy u; aye, nnd reward yon, for your
K it is well c nought to say pleasant
-rords about men after" they die, but case or- tne ignorant erambler
.-ilrunkartr and debauchee, who by the
irony f ate; 'jvas known to the world as
"-King KuMna, it is , certainlv beinir
1 Hcarried too fan Kaljikna was" neither
od, eininent or wise, in his lifetime
iind it is arrant noaesense to attempt
to credit him with any of those attrib-
I iites now thathe is dead, This seems
to be the agejef gush anyway, land if
curb is not put upon . the tendency
of Americans lo go to extremes, -e
shall bj Me liughing slack of' the
warll. We gjj$h over everytluug-in
i this country fp:n: a inisoniyvom in
-to Ai4;.i;iI;..priT;Tjt2r, aai
: often weiaek up "bar gush witli hard, but Ls fooli-hit! ihe
General Alliacci Ihvr:
TiA il..(nr i h-if. u i I litinrove tue
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conditio! of the farm-re .will improve
the condition of th whole people.-
Atlanta Constitution.- ' -. .
The Farmers' Aljliauca and the
bosrdxf trade of -Paloosi' bity, Wash
ington, sent a car-load. of Hour to the
destitute farnuTi in Cheyenne county,
LThe inauguration of Hon. j.)hn P.
Buclniuan, ex-president of the Tennes
see State Farmers' and Laborers' Union
as governor of Ttiinesee, occurred at
noon on Monday, Jan. 11). -
The Ohio Fanners Alliance askssd
the general :iSM$enib.y iit Columbus to
repeal the law exempting manufactur
ed products from taxation for one year
after production, and tiie bill passed.
The Alluaeemen are in full posses
sion of the legislature iii Nebraska,
Minnesota, Missouri and we cau lok
for a very cold wave to overtake mo
nopolies and combines in those states.
There a:rV fifty-five Alliance mem
bers in ths Florida legislature. It
Would not be a surprise if the gener
ous, big hearted John A. Dunn werelof TaternialiMU. IJut the objection
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the United States Senator from Flor
The executiva committee of tha
Farmers' Alliance, investigating the
connection of President McUrath. with
4he noted Turuer letter, completely
exonerate McGmth from any ; improper
connection 'with the letter.
Cel. L. L. ?o:
The Durham Globe is hammering
aWay at Col. -Polk. It coatiauss to
call him a "political fraud'' and other
names. Such warfare as thai never
has and never will amount to any
thing. ".. i
A number of our state papers have
tried this game and lound that it did
not pay. Now this untamed mustang
from the wild and wooly.west takes up
the yelp and consents to how 1.1 ike any
other covote.
-,Col. Polk wa3 first elected to the
Idgislature by his fellow soldierlie
vras then appjiuted Cominissiiieu" of
Agriculture. Wh'eirthe Alliance was
started in this state he was chosen
State Secretary and his paper was made
State-organ by the -order. In all thi
he served faithfully. At the St. Loui
meeting he was, elected Pivsi lent of
the National Alliance. Last Djcem-
bef ks was re-elected unauimously at
Ocaln, Fhu Alljhis is the use for
his being termed a political fraud.
Have any of the charges been proven ?
They cannot be. ;. With th-j exception
of a few people who have been ni'uld
by slanderous reports Col. Polk enjoys
the respect and coiiS fence of all wiio
know-him: Yet the editor of tire
Globe. vt9 has not bsnn a resident of
this state more than six months, . un
dertakes to make our people believe
what everybody knows to be untrue
Col. Fairbrother or Col. Wetweather
or whatever his name'-' is . should not
make si:h rank assertions. A tender
foot should wat until he knows some
thing about the country bsfaie he puts
on too much style.
Gonsral Conm:ntc
The "Central Alliance Union" has
beeii organized and incorporated in
Pittsylvania county, Va.
The Peddoek Pure Food Bill was
endorssdvby the Kansas legislature yes
terday by a vote of 44 to 33.
Seventeen men were drowned in-a
mine at Jeuesvilte, Pa., yesterday. A n
immense body, of water was liberated
in an old mine nccidantallv. " v
The Adjutant General at Washing
ton to Congress yesterd.iy sh w that
flic number of men in the Uuited
States available fur military purposes,
(unorganized) isJ7,57S,261.
-A dispatch to the Charlotte Chron
icle stated that Capt, S. A. Ashe, editor
of the Raleigh News aue Observer had
attacted Mr. Josepluis Daniels1 editor
of the State Ch roaicle, and had caned
Mi Daniels telegraphed that
the report was untrue, however, and
we have no later news.
The death of Robert C. Pattv, Presi-I
dent of the iarmers' Alliance and In
dustrial Union of Aisssippi, also chair
man pf the National Judiciary Com
mittee, caused a strong feeling of sad
ness to possess everyone who knew
him. The lo?s Is one that will be
felt keenly, both by the State and Na
tional organizations.
A conference of prominent Alliance
men met in Washington this, week to
confer in accordance with the resolu
tions passed in December at the Ocala
meeting. It is understood that the
legislative committee will he appointed
loieununin vMireton during the
next Congress.
that is right. PI
ice somebody there
to AatcJi them.
'. e must "wtch
Town and Country.
withiiAhe past t hirty years the1 popula
tion of ouX cities auu towns im in
creased 1D1 Vr cent, trom 00 to
13,000,000; while the rural p)puh t.on
has increased .low than out-third us
rapid lv, or about U per cent.
It is claimed by some writers tlfat
(-under the conditions otVour tiviliz ition
this growth of the towns at tne ex
pense of the country sdiouSHexciie no
alarm. .The AineriQiin Agricultupt,
however, sounds a" note ol arning.
History reaches us that the strWesi
and mostproerons nations haveil
ways depended upon a thrifty yeonur..
There is. nothing in our career tint dis
credits this lesson: " Oar contemporary
asks for the repeal of uujuss lays and
special privileges and dtiunnds equality
tor all. Further than this it suggests
ao remedy beyond a permanent co-op-eration
among the farmers, conducted
on a modification of tne R-chd.iU pia'u
in England.
This advice is so general in its terms
that is not very helpful. It fails to
meet emergencies. Just at present H
is natural that the' tanners of tue
country. 'should demand from ths gov
ernment the same fostering care which
is bestowed upon the business interest
of certain other classes. In. oilier
words, before attempting the almost
impossible J.ask of abolishing' all legis
lation in the inteest of chisseu. The
objection may be urged that this savors
. i it l. 1 1 . :
comes to ate. the government com-
mitted itself to paiernal'sm more than
a ceiituary ago, aud'hss been on that
line ever since.- One tiling is certain is the settled poieA- of our govern
ment to allow other classes special
privileges, the farnreH thenise.ves will
insist upon enjoying similar privileges.
If it is right and jut to p; uvt iii;iii!i
faeturers and whiskey men it is. right
and just to protect the 'men who pro
duce the croos that leedimd cloth us
all. ' -7-
Corrt-'spondencc of tht-
"Do you care to take a few. glimpses f
the twin city, Wiastou-Salem, the two
distinct cities with practically no gov.
enimental relations in common, and yet.
to straiiRi-rs apparently one city? if so,
please don your warmest wrap 'and stout
est Overshoes awl we will take a stroll,
first through the quaint, old town Salem.
We will invite an old friend to join-- us,
who seems to posses -the magic witch
hazel that always iindsthe living springs
in. the news desert. How ho discuvers
so much I cannot tell he simply says
that he u-cs his eves and cars for the
purpose thev are in t
and in:
them serve him well.
The weather is perfect, though it
mid-winter: but under foot, on sonic (
the unpaved side-walks, you will iind the
mud and slush contesting w ith.olistinate
pertinacity every inch "the light' uf
way" with the most courageous judes
trian. We will start from Cherry street Win
ston, Avalk 'half a square in a sout ln-rnly
direction and cross First ti . et whicli is
the dividing lino hetwei'ii thediial cities.
Now we are in Salem, the prosaic, well
regulated Moravian town. It is a7i old
and celebrated town you know, se ttled
long before the war by the Moravians,
and has been under their control er
since.' We are told that the beautiful
word Salem means peace; and the Moro
vians arc a sect devoted to pence, benev
olent works a n'l the diffu-ioii of a ster
ling and moral education among the peo
ple. " ' '
It is an easy matter to, find one's way
about as the streets begin and finish with
one name in both cities, so we continue
down Cherry street between its white
walled houses 'past the handsome resi
dences and beautifully ornamented
grounds of Mrs. iMary Patterson and Mr.
John Freis, opposite, on tither side of
the street, where we reach the terminus
of Cherry, and are now facing Freis lnie
three story brickcotton fabtor.y and gri.-d
mills, both of which I woufd like to fell
you about, for they are enterprises per
fect in every part and varied by infinite
details or extremely interesting facts
worth knowing;-but there is no time to
examine them now so we proceed up
Freisstrett, which the factory and mills
arc situated, looking with curious inter
est across the way at the large brick fac
tory where the world renouued Salem
jeans is made and now w e are only a
lew sleps lrom Mam street where we ob
serve a corps of colored laborers engaged
ia removing the almost century old
brick pavement preparatory to replacing
it with the durable Belgian blocks with
which the streets, (ide walks and drives)
in bJth cities aie being rapidly paved..
A few. minutes brisk wdk down Main
street brings us opposite the . Salem Fc-'
male Academy which Was established. ba
ilie Moravians in 1804. The school is
one of wide renoun,and its scholars have
adorned all the Southern, . Western and
many ot the -Northern States. Its popu
larity has never., waned, but on the con
trary, the school is more liberally pat
ronized than ever before, the number of
pupils of the present term approximating
SOU. Its buildings ato hambome and
commodious, setting -well 'back fronl
Main street, .with well kept, amide and
beautifully desigued grounds in front,
fringed, on the street .side with 'stately
elms and sycamores. We walk past the
Widows' aild Sister' Home s, two worthy
benevolent institutions; under the con
trol of the Moravians, through the hand
some Academy grounds, past the brown
brick Moravian church with its perfect
time keeping town clock in the belfry
to.wer, keep the short narrow street un
til we reach the head of beautiful Salem
Avenue. This lonely walk is shut oft"
from the busy world around, by two sta
tionary iron posts, supporting a heavy
iron rail which any one may go under or
around and Iind himself or herself iir
what seems a stray bit from some old
cathedral town with its sweep efu-xquis-ite
vesdueand white sanded" walk, bor
dered on either side by venerable cedars,
said to have been brought from ancient
Lebanon. These are pertinently in
keeping with the old graveyard on the
right of the Avenue, as vou" enter, and
which "city of the dead " is reached lf
double iron gates in the brick inciosure
threen number, bearing upon the arch
ed gateways appropriate Biblical inscrip
tions in gitt letters. We pause here and
look about us. How lovely! We uhnus?
wonder if the beautiful scene is not a
dream and will .vauUIr befjre We have
hall enjoyed its matchless Iimuiv i
the cuanu of sugestivctiess
Wiiicli-tt is
I visited the place by moonlight, and it
is impossible to conceive whut ai weird,
fantastic beauty was imparted v fcj the
scene by the magic moon beams. One
cotibleasily let fancy loose-reined and
1 rituie oneself in a fairjVland'. .The sil
very radiance seemed toglcaui from the
gates of Paradise, revealing glimpses far
inward, then filter down through the lof
ty dome -if cedars, making ekborale but
grotesque designs on the snow white
pavement beneath. I am sure the Moor
ish ruins of the A! hem bra could not pre
sent a scene of enchantment more thrili
uig and lovely. lat we are -pausing by
one of the open gates leading into the
faultlessly kept eemvtery, to read the in
scription over the arch-wav; '
are the dead which die in the Lord."' It
is getting late so .we must hurv on, yet
giiully yyouid we. stroll L-'s.trely through
ihiVhaJiowed spot and read the sacitd
epihiphs on each square tabLt ot marble
winch est from upon the mounds of
the dend Side by side in d.oubie rows,
with a luhrow footpath between, the
dead, rests apparently every grave alike,
the aged reposc.side by side likewise. the
young. Many of the stones discolored
and hoary with age. dimly chronicle tb
birth ami lcat! of the sjiJnt tenant be
neath. Here too, we find tall, venerable
cedars, w here the constant winds breath
ing through their venial foliage, chant
solemn requiems above the ftmny dead.
This is strictly a Moravian ccuictery anil
none are permitted to be intered here
but Morovians. But beyond, tJ the-rig! t
of the1 burial ground is the Wiustoa C-m-eteiv,
a spot .susceptible of the most ar
tistic improvement, and which we can
reach from hiao by crossing a narrow
wood and picturesque ravine, bat the
Setting sun wb-ose parting ray s are irli. -
ing t lie tail sbires in the t .sn city and
turning the western sky into a shield of
burnished gold, admonishes us to turn
faces homeward, so we laggingly re
trace our footsteps, and come once more
out into the busy world where the noisy
rush of street cars and a series of shriil
factory whisUes cause a uueer sensation
akin to au electric shock, so sudden is
the charge as we emerge from the peace
ful solitude of thy Avenue to the noisv
bust So and resties.-; activity of the every
day v.:or.v!. ov we will return, by a
dillereal route Iroui the one 'wo came.
leaving Saieui behind us, we go in a
noil heily cutirse up Main street to
Winston, pacing a. variety of buildings,
including stores, hotels, land'ageut's o'lli-cv-s
and private re.daences. These are
distinctively modern and fre?h in a.-pect,
excepting as we occasionally pass time
stained i emaau.s of ancient days, that
appear strongly .ouj, of place amid their
new and practical : urroundings. As it
is loo bite to continue ourstroil, we turn
into a quietly street where many of the
little hou.-e havu a .-shut up look, and
re.ich honie ja.-t as the brilliant electric
lights are Hashed; t hrotigh tie quiet shad
ows over the city.
'; There are so many places of interest to
vi.-il ia he twin ci I y that we can only
get glimpses of a fe w in one afternoon '.
Udl; but if you vi.-di to continue sight
seeing with us, iuj our next stroll we will
visit the u iu.-wm (Iraded School and the
l)ai Military Sehotd, two of the Ucst
i.r.-tin:tioiiS yf their kind in the State,
and place.- brim full of interesting fads
iiat i:m;:es.
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O. (iiLMrn.
i'oi'.r rixcsian Iciured.
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lelphi.i. Kel. :'. l-i re in William
. livc-s. :;.' !'a-.i wo;k yesterday
lay i'i;-y).t:t:-J. Having the lire
the outside elevator crashed down from
the lifth il.K.I, liking Assi-tant' District
rhiginter SainnefDuuhip, wlio was piu-
ned t o t he '
fatal ii jurie
1 as.d l'lcicved prwbabM
Three other iiremen were
alio baaly injured.
Hell ci a Chirje cf Uurdor
Lauchester. Pai, Feb. 2. John Dotmh-
erty of l'hihuleiphia, Felix McFiclds ol
I'nionUnvn, l'a.,and John Daley of Ohio
were afroted to-day, charged with the
wuirdel- of Henry lorwart at Columbia,
Pa., Saturday uight. Ellood Atains have
found t)ii l)aly"s coat.
T i j 1 1 1
t p to iiie presem tune conj
:i e:
r-eems to have d(?vofod the most of its
time in Ihiditi outflow not to legis
late. It is to !e hojsed that t lie .short
time remaining' rS the .session will ),(
be spent in lee-islating;. that's wind
tlie people send these men to Wash-'
inton for, but lots of them seem to
forget it as soon as they et tliere.
M olios to Gators.
Having (pialified as -administrator,
with the wilt anuexed, qf the estate of
John 11. WedJint in, ; deceased. I
hereby givy nolieeto all, persons hay
ing claims aantst the said decedent,
to exdibit the sarrif to me on or before
theoth dyof February 18(J2. All
persons indebted to said estate are
requested to setfU without further
Rout1. L. Weddinqton,
AdmVC. T. A. of John R.
Feb. 5TrS(dl. '
lQii03 to Clrs-
I Living qualTfiyfl as Administrator oai
the est .-ite of A. M. Trexler: dacased
all persons haviner claims against said
estate are hereby uotilieil to present the
s;iine to the undersigned for payment
on or before the 24th day of January
.!SU2 or this notice will plead in
bar of their recovery,
All persons indebted to said estate
are ret nested to make prompt pay
ments. This the 23.1 oUan. 1801,
P. M. Trexler, Alr.;r.
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Notice to Creditors.
Raving qualified as administrator of
Henry le'.er deceassd, I hereby glv
notice to all persons having elftimys
against the estate of deeelent to pre
sent the same to me, on if not before
tfee oth day cf Fob. 1892. All per
sons imlebtid are irquested to make
payment withoutj further noee.
Alfred L. Pkeler,
Adtn'r. of Henry' Peelrrl deceased.
Feb. 5, 1SU1.
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Administrators' Notice.
Having (pialilied .-is Administrator
with i he will aniiexv 1 upon the estate
of Hugh Parks, d.'s iie.l. all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present them tome
for piyiront on or before the fith day
pgt January. PSU2. or this notice will
i plead in bar of t h-;ii; recovery. All
I unrai'u itidi'lifod to sfa id ostatf will
nlease make immediate settlement of
David M. Parks,
With the will an
nexed of Hugh Parks.
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A ttorr.ey.
January tUh, lS'dl.
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Vhen she became Miss, sho ciang to Castria.
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VThosoCUir.iuK Mi- rt torkj havs lat-
Tho Sdu'.h' ia--3i I'roraiaei; Ajrlculiaral
Our Special Vashingiua Currespocieat.
Iir. VS'm, KIXU,
Tho IIJlireFs .-t Woman' lvinsi'-a aai cr
NOTE. If you want TZ-z i-lliciii
will io wut yuu iwr a yti.
1-1 V EDITED DY r&K . -
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Address THE
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Will all liiifl hist v.'hnt.
Our low iriv'C:
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CTEWQ f'g.
hatf through tha kccU. r.
pointo especod to waar,
as cfiown by cut,
Cusrant5ed to
more silver end arorooro
durable than any plated
or LICHT rtarling Cltvsr
good 3 mds.
m fc"
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We invite you all ancLwill-bc glad to serve yo
to our best ability.
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W. H. Beisneife Bro.
i00 po? month yorkinjy.for vs.
in Amelias to get Giiyzcriptiona: for.
fiAJIPl.C rnPIK Vrho o-.i a VMi Car l th-s
iio drcr.i .;,aKia;ri iccuty v,ia l-j sunt l-111,1;
(i :t nor- tfiaa ZlSwOOO milies read THE T7ZZSY
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Por tho Vrcr.firs:.
ho ro-fi'ir cnt ri'i - '. r t'.i
Ttio FiiUioiM 'orii-r
re- I.iriy LetTTTj fro i 'i
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X, Le !.Ttu liiici ut.tri.1.: t'1 ye:. 7 in a
fir-" 1 :,i t-j iatci-uoUa article! Vur
Tho Great Elsctricia.
and moro
:haa Oue of ti.3
rrra t-o Ust laoiiUJ lui iar icrj ever ;rl-ioi, e;uJ
DR. -Wm, .1, TONES, rl
iothD erelnsloa of nil other crl-
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"Ansirera to Iafialrtcs" clcso
tho sulerlpt!cn
price to zhj
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aiv looking .for to mala a holidli':
Iw-iutiful oods all bargains..
Call and examine our lincoi
;i ' w i" , n vcr 1 eforc hnve had'
i ii -h a:)iini )th stock of tliis line, i
And .yve. call your special atton
( ? :)D to on r liivjr of silv:or - inlaid
s;.Kn s nd forks, ' .-.
Kvcrvbodv is daliglited -witli
onrliolid iv display. "You want
Cerui for Outfit. Easiest
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cf c-hcrj.:e.
to. mnko ih'T-rONSTITUTION for 181
ul J.r ecu tract Vj v.ii.c for caci istue
rr:, itr.-: xrri.'ern tti" vrotl t lias rro
ciii. ! will li'.jko eai h nunilr oft oCON-"
: n i I i I)N virt.-i a f ulrr:p: inn. It
i t . a!i t i: prici. ti o hiimeft ami lxt 1
v.n-V'y n-wppapi- publis!ip-l in Iho ki.onil
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tf ill" f i:n;ly. . .
For t: ,o Kathorand Son. it lias Aerln'
nrn1. Iu(it! rinlmxl Poliiicul .Vn,
Siiit-im cf ll.e H'ar autl At:i-ulnrf.
1 '-r the Mother aitJ I iiebt-isa it t.rti-rs
"Wociiiu's Kiusdoui,1' ""fhildreu's Dpmt
mpiii ' ua-J otlii-r epccialtitj fcr fca.iaica
f.t-ry. .
In cliltion to its epf.pial department it
" its uil Aniericiin tv- fa per iu giving
C'.)n:tJcti tliu tiewd r.f tlio world. It Pit
yi.'i iiuthinK to eo tliis r-Rt pnper and I'oit -v
ill itu joiirsclf an in up lies if you do Dt
m-.jJ for a t-HHipla copy. After you read it if
y !j Jo not tfiiiiU it ii tlio Ut fauitr paper
i:i u.-j ,.ji.A j jJ Ua not bttvo lit ulicrila
for it.
l.C3 and boti Farsa aad CONSTITUTION
guhstiiutich; ATU.NTA, a
(,- -lie oc.usioa
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