I ] 4 , s ES , Wing & Smitit, Pkomhktors,
Term* of nbTllill#n:
.S S 00
| Six Months * "
W Three Months 4
fnetiriably in advance .
To city autinerlbere by the mouthy Seventy-live
I cents, served by carriers. i
Liberal Republican Democratic Ticket-
OP NEW YORK.
For Vice ■i*cnlclmil :
B. GRATZ BROWN.
State Electoral Ticket.
KOI! STATE AT LARGE,
w. T. WOFFORD, A. >I. ViV/Wv 11 ’.
[[ L, BEN NINO. El.I WARREN,
JU 1,1 AN HAR ‘‘RIDGE, A. H. MAN>M.,
WASHINGTON POE. OhO. D. MCE.
1. U.G. TURNER, 1. | “I™
. •* li N ELY, -• A. L- ILVVVfciS,
!l! W. i. HUDSON, . P.
4. JAMES M. PACE, 4. U. NR') ,
ft N. K. CASEY, - r *. A. M. RODGERS
0. J. N. DORSEY. 0. E- • ■ Ai -'-! tl '; 1 *-
7. K. D. GRAHAM. 7. It. A. ALSTON.
JAMES H. BLOUNT,
SIXTH CONGUEBSIONAI. DISTRICT.
8s For Representative from t lie old Fourth Dis- |
t r riot to till the uicanc.v in the Congress occa- '
E sjoned hv the death of Hon. T. J. sneer,
OC SPALDING COITVI V.
Scpciol election, 29tli October instant.
Mu. Frank J. Herrington is our only
authorized City Agent, and lie is duly em
powered to solicit work for tins office, and
I subscriptions to the Enterprise. %
M:i. Charles L. Mize, book and news
dealer, is our authorized agent in Dawson,
Mr. \Y. S. Deidrick, Southern Express
Company Office, is our authorized Agent
J. L Tucker is our authorized agent at
1. N. Seymore, of Byingtons Hotel,
t is our authorized Agent at Griffin.
Mr. Ed. T. Byington is our agent
in Fort Valley.
Air. W. W. Laney, is our authorized
Agent at Colaporcliee.
C. W. Brown, Railroad Depot is out
authorized Agent at Barucsville.
FEOM ALL XBIIS WOBLP.
The Horse Pestilence.
New York, October 28 —At Pough
keepsie the horse malady has appeared and
oxen are hauling goods.
At Syracuse nearly every horse is sick
and many have died.
At Portland, Maine, Old horses are sick.
Later —The horse disease shows no
: abatement. The weather is (lamp and
foggy. The horsemen say that by Wed
nesday there will be a total stoppage of
public conveyances in New York city.
The ears every way are over crowded.
Two horses fell dead on the tracK.
A stoppage of the street cleaning busi
s ness is apprehended.
Races advertised for this week are post
■poued. Many deaths are repotted.
A resolution lias been passed allowing
the city railroads to use drummy engines.
The beautiful weather to-day brought out
a number of vehicles. The oxen on Broad
way caused a sensation.
Rochester. October 28. — This is the
eleventh day of the malady in this city.
Ninety-five per cent of all the horses are
affected. A few hundred have recovered.
Less than a dozen have died. The steam
fire engines are run by band.
Philadelphia, October 28.—The horse
disease broke out to-day. All have a
heavy cough, swollen and blood-shot eyes,
with a swelling in the throat.
Twenty-five cases are reported in Cam
den, several in Chester county, and some
in private stables in this city.
Patterson, N. J., October 28.—The
malady is here.
Binghampton, N. Y., October 28.
The malady is here.
Boston, October 28.—With better-wea
ther, numerous teams have appeared,
which, with the assistance of oxen and
•nan teams, moves trade to some extent.
The South Boston cars are drawn by dc
vokb and conductors.
Washington, October 28.—1 tis stated
that two horses were hurried from the
North hither that have the malady, •
Boston, October 28.—The cars on the
Boston street car line are drawn by
Wiucn at 25 cents. Tbe cars are well filled.
Buffalo, October 28.—The horse dis
ease has abated, and the streets have re
sumed their usual appearance.
Oswego, October 28.—A1l the horses
in the towing stables are' affected. Boats
loaded on Saturday are still here. The
weather is pleasant.
- •* ♦
Grantivni in Hew Yolk—War
L'uitcd States Marshal Sharpe, after con
sultation with Election Supervisor Daven
port, now directs the arrest of women re
fusing to answer questions concerning
their male relatives' right to vote. A large
number of arrests are to he made iu the
next three days.
The Saintly Howard sees Some
lioward favors the removal of many In
dian agents He says that when agents
pay 115,000 for a position, the salary of
which isonly $ 1,500, there is something
wrong, and a reform is necessary.
.Sew Bishop of Savannah.
New YojtK, October 28.— Bishop ilc-
Kierny, coadjutor, is talked of as the suc
cessor of Bishop Persico, of Savanuah.
Sunday l.iquor I.a w Disregard
CniCAGO. October 28.—'The Sunday li
quor law was disregarded yesterday.
Memphis Savings Bank.
51 em enias. October 28. —The Southern
Railroad Security Company and Carolina
Life Insurance Company lose heavily by
the failure of the Memphis Savings Bank.
Ridcon Pails Ktitrrjjniac.
San Francisco. October 28.—The Oc
cident and Lucy trot occurs ou the 30th.
General Howard endorsed Crook’s pol
icy of vigorous war against the hostile In
Great sickness prevails among the
troops, and more soldiers are required.
Howard found that most desperate and
dreaded Chief, Cochise, occupying a
stronghold in the fastness of the Territory,
accessible only by a series of narrow
passes seven miles long. The approach
by the soldiers was impossible, as the place
was a natural fortification which could be
held by 200 men against 5,000. I His and
similar fortresses are in Dragoon Moun
tains. Cochise lias J 2 captains and 500
men under liis control.
Camden, N. J., October 28 —The
Slraightuuls have nominated a lull Elec
toral Stale iickvi.
The horse malady is spreading
Accident lo a Vessel.
Fortress Monroe, October 28.—The
bark Maggie Chapman, from New Orleans
Tor Liverpool, with corn and cotton, en
countered heavy weather oil Cape Eatte
ras, broke her rudder post and shifted her
cargo. The vessel would have ecu a to
lal loss, but the wind shifted and they
rigged a temporary rudder and came in
tim e About the l.uuti|> Bunk.
Memphis, October 28.—Mayor Wicks
gives his entire fortune to the creditors of
Hie savings bank, which reduces llte lia
bilities 75 per cent.
Trial of Mayor Hall.
New York, October 28. —The prosecu
tion in Mayor Hall’s case lias closed.
Hall's counsel then asked if, after such a
showing, it was proposed to prosecute this
case. ’Fite prosecution replied "yes, in
certain of the courts.”
Oraut Defines Ills Indian Policy.
Philadelphia, October 28.—Geo. 11.
Steuatt, Chairman of the Executive Com
mittee of the Board of Indian Commis
sioners, on seeing papers report that Pres
ident Grant contemplates a change in his
Indian policy, addressed him a note, to
which the following reply lias been re
Executive Mansion, _ >
Washington, October 26, 1872. j
George 11. Stewart, Esq.:
My Dear Sir —Y our favor of the 24 th
inst., saying that a change in the Indian
policy of the administration is reported to
be contemplated, is just received Such
a thing has not been thought of. If the
present policy toward the Indian can be
improved in any way I will always be
ready to receive suggestions on the sub
ject ; but if any change must be made it
must be on the side of civilization and the
Christianization of the Indian.
• Ido not believe our Creator ever placed
different races of men on this earth with a
view of having the stronger exert all liis
energies in exterminating the weaker. If
any change takes place in the Indian pol
icy of the Government, while 1 hold nty
present office, I will be on the humanita
rian side of the question.
Very truly yours,
U S Grant.
Steamer Sunk—Kailrom! Acci
Cincinnati, October 28 —The Umpire,
with a full cargo, has been sunk between
Evansville and Cairo. No details.
A freight train on the Pittsburg, Cincin
nati and St. Louis Railroad ran into Still
Water river, killing the brakeman, John
Thompson, and hurting the engineer and
Liabilities of tl*e Memphis Sa
Memphis, October 28.—The liabilities
of the Memphis Savings Bank exceed
$2311,(100. The individual deposits were
A British Enforcement Act.
London. October 28.—-Stanley sails for
America the fttli of November.
The enforcement law, closing liquor
stores in Liverpool at 9 o’clock on Sun
day, caused great disorder.
Counsellor of Paris.
Paris, October 28.—M. Latnorcaux,
Republican, has been elected Municipal
1 Counsellor of Paris.
Col. John R. Hart Explains His Status
in the Matter.
He had no idea that a Duel would be
Fought Between Force and Townsend.
Tiiomaston, Ga., Oct. 24th, 1872.
Editors Constitution .- --Inasmuch as my
name was prominently associated with the
duel between Messrs. Force and Town
send, my friends, and probably the public,
think I should be heard from. They
should have been gratified ere this but for
my illness, and this morning I have only
sullicient strength to write you a brief note,
and wish to say that the article in your
paper of the 20th instant does me injustice.
I am satisfied, however, that it was unin
tentional, Those who read the article will
understand what I mean (as I am unable to
review it entirely.) When I say that I had
no more idea that a duel would he fought
between Houston Force and Harvey Town
send, on Friday, the 18th inst. (the day of
the occurrence), than I have that Colonel
Avery and myself will fight this morning.
For the truth of this assertion, I refer to
every gentleman connected with the aflair,
either as my friend or Mr. Force’s.
In regard to Mr. Smith, the public un
derstands the manner in which I disposed
of the communication offered me by him,
the public also read what Sir Force said
by authority in reply to Smith’s commu
nication, but the public does not know,
that I being in doobt wtiat I ought to do
in the premises, asked friends of mine to
consult gentlemen known to he familiar
with the Code, what I should do One
of them consulted a gentleman connected
with The Constitution I believe the
conversation occurred either at or re
turning from the Fair Grounds and I
heard hut one opinion; and that was that
I could take no further notice of him.
And while 1 do not wish to throw any
further mystery around this affair, I deem
it but justice to state that there never was
at any moment the slightest feelings be
tween Mr. Harvy Townsend, or George
MACON, GA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1872.
Wallace and myself. The both visited
me during my Illness in Atlanta, one of
My friends and acquaintances in the
State are doubtless surprised to learn that
I, at my present age, a man of family,
and though an unworthy one, still a mem
ber of the tlto church, should bn connected
witli an affair of the kind at all To sat
isfy such, 1 will state how I did happen
the first instance to bo drawn into it. 1
say drawn, for nothing could have been
more unexpected to me. On Tuesday, the
loth, I tvqnt to Atlanta to attend private
business, and on tlio evening of that day
was invited by a friend, at whose house I
was, to walk with him to the Episcopal
Bazaar, After expending some little time
in looking a 1 the many beautiful articles
offered for sale, l took a seat and became a
quiet looker-on. After some half hour,
perhaps, had elapsed, I observed the friend
above alluded to. passing around the room
with a young lady. Ilia attention being
culled to something else lie beckoned me
me to approach. I did so, and was intro
duced to the lady in question, and request
ed to accompany her and aid Iter in selling
tickets for cl unices for some little article
that would lie drawn for during the eve
liing. Of couse I accepted the duty
While thus engaged the lady was insulted
—whether intentionally iusulted or not 1
can’t say, blit the act was intentional be
yond all question, and repeated. On its
repetition the young lady appealed to Mr.
Force. I suppose uo ouo will so far ques
tion -riiy manhood as to believe that I
would not have protected the lady, while
under my care, bail she not appealed to
Mr. Force. The appeal to Sir. Force of
course dissolved my connection with the
Relieving that I was out of the affair,
being quite unwell, I secured my overceat
and hat, and was at the head of the stairs
leaving, when it occurred to me that I
should inform my friend that I was going,
I returned liat in hand looking for him,
and came upon Mr. Force and Haskell.
Just, as I thought, the former was in the
act of striking the latter—in as quiet a
inunner as possible, I said to Sir. Force,
‘•don’t do that, it is duo these good people
that this matter be settled elsewhere.”
Mr. F. at once admitted the propriety of
my suggestion, and together we were turn
ing away, when Haskell came like a mad
man at me, and grossly and wantonly in
sulted* me. I of course resented it, and
demanded and received a proper apology.
It would tie well, probably, for me to ex
plain why I stated above that no uukind
ness had ever existed between Sir. Town
send, Mr. Wallace and myself. I have
seen it stated somewhere, 1 do not remem
ber whether in The Constitution or not,
that the two gentluien who fought, had, no
grudge against each other —thereby imply
ing malice somewhere —but the writer was
mistaken, there was an old grudge, but it
did not include me.
In regard to my illness, it is due myself
to state that I was uot’ taken sick, but had
been suffering since Hie lOtli of September
with a disease —1 don't know what the
doctors call it, I know it as rheuma
tism of the back—and left New York
two weeks earlier than I would have
done in consequence of it. I had been
home one week when 1 went to At-’
lanta, and the quiet and rest of that week
so much improved me that I felt able to
travel and attend to business, but fatigue
and excitement did not bring on, but so
aggravated a painful disease that I have
not been aide to do anything till now, not
even write. I think the necessity for this
explanation is apparent. I have not
sought to explain that which was known,
and may be thought to have attached too
much importance to triviul incidents, but
my position demanded it
In conclu-ion, I mi St beg leave to ex
press my sincere regret that the affair oc
curred. Both the principal actors have
my highest respect as gentlemen. I am,
otc. John R. Hart.
Will the Atlanta papers, Barnesville
and Thomaslon, and all other papers that
lo,ve published statements in regard to
this matter do me the just ice to copy.
J. R. H.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
ICE one cent a pound ns usual. No rise in
price now or hereafter.
VV. P. UAULOS,
Wholesale unil Ki-lnil Grocer,
ll li, I‘Ttl’ITN, FIKII, ETC.,
Mulberry Street, opposite Lanier House,
68-tf Macon, Ga.
iacon Weekly Enterprise,
W. WAT KIN HICKS, Editor.
ON or übou 1 the fimt week in October,
we will i -ue from this office the first iiuin-
La®, Live, Weekly Paper!
It will contain all the the Telegraphic news
of the week, and the latest reliable information
on all subjects and from all parts of the world.
In its editorial department will he found dis
; cushions of all the
of the times. Particular attention will he giv
en to the advancement of Science, Art, and
Literature; w< ile ull interesting events and
authentic progress of the political world will
be faithfully presented.
One Year 52
rfix Months 1 00
Invariably in advance.
££STNo subscription taken for less than six
£ssTNow is the time to subscribe. &r£f i*
MEN COPIES SENT ON APPLICATION.
Wm. M. Pendleton. Walter T. Ross.
PENDLETON & LOSS,
(Successors to J. M. Honrdnifut.)
Corner Mulberry and Second Streets.
wholesale and retail dealers is
SCHOOL BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS,
LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BQOKS,
CAP, LETTEK and NOTE PAPER,
ENVELOPES, LEGAL BLANKS,
WRITING INK,COPYING INK,
CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK,
GOLD PEN’S, PENHOLDERS,
STEEL PENS, PENCILS,
CHALK CRAYONS, RUBBER,
WAX, OIL COLORS,
BRUSHES, CANVASS, PLAYING CARDS,
CHESSMEN, BACKGAMMON BOARDS,
DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
And in fact everything usually kept in a llrst
class Book and Stationery Store.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention. Prices ns low as any other house
in the South.
Orders for printing solicited.
i>e.b>M’:t<>x a iions.
113-624 Macon, Georgia.
Guernsey, Bartrnm & Hendrix,
UUILDEKN SUPPLY STORE,
It hike's) Hloek, Poplar Street,
(Between Third and Fourth.)
WHITE AND YELLOW PINE WORK, 1
Suelt, Itoore, Itllmde, Frutnee, j
ItrueketM, Newel Poete,
llaluetere. Mantle*, Etc., Etc.
Carpenter Tools, Leek*, Nalls, Hinges,
Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, Etc.
CONTRACTORS for BIJILDUNti. !
DRESSED AND ROUGH LUMBER AT OUR |
FACTORY, DIX (E WORKS, CHERRY ST. ,
rpillS HOTEL ranks second to none in
X Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
As u resort for the residence of the present
hot terra, It is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cbol and pleasant.
The best Water in Georgia.
G. W. BYINGTON,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
W. P. CARLOS
HO Mulberry St., Macon, Ga.
T AM now fully prepared to furnish mire hot
-1 tied SODA WATER In any quantity. Ord
ers by mail or telegraph promptly attended
I have in store and atn constantly receiving
I every description of
Fancy and Family Groceries.
• ’ DOMESTIC FRUIT,
and every delicacy when in season.
; Bar and Restaurant up stairs, supplied with
j the very best in the market.
Parties purchasing goods from me can al ways
| rely upon them being fresh and first class In
WM. P. CARLOS.
1. , tf :
Change of Schedule.
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFCE, ,
MacO(i& Bkunhwick IUiIKOAP Cos., r
Macon, Ga., September 21, 1872. )
ON and after Monday September 23, 1872,
trains will run as follows:
DAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN DAIRY.
! Leave Macon 3:V> A. M.
i Arrive at Jesup fc*} p - M -
Arrive at Brunswick 10:00 p. M.
I Leave Brunswick 4:80 A. M.
I Arrive at Jesup *}'■%> *• M
-1 Arrive at Macon r. m.
i Connects closely at Jesup with trains oj At
! lan tic and Gulf Railroad, to and from Savannah
i and Florida.
nioht passenger train, dairy.
; Leave Macon 46 t ■. M
Arrive at Savannah 7. •> a. m
i Leave Savannah ‘ M
i Arrive at Macon b. Vt K. m
! IIAWKINSVIRRE TRAIN DAILT, (SUNDAYS EX
Leave Macon 2:56 r - M -
Arrive at Ilawkinsville... n.M r. m.
Leave Hawkinavllle 7:00 a. .
Arrive at Macon A. M.
14011 General Superintendent.
ELDER 4c MON, Proprietor.
THIS well-known house is now open to all
1 who wish to visit the far-famed Indian
Spring. The Hotel is nearer the Spring than
any other, with jdeaaant and shady walktt lead
j iug thereto.
RATES Of HOARD.
! Per Day . .. * 2 0
; One Week ?,? 55!
, Children and servants half
WILL FIND IT TO Til Kill AD
VANTAGE TO CALL ON US
BEFORE MAKING Til FIR
WE HAVE IIM STOKE?,
100.000 LBS. BACON CLEAR 1L
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOE I/
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, till “talcs
500 ROLLS 2.1 BAGOTNG.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES
10 BALES TNVINK.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
Ilitvu, ami arc oll'crinu; at very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. WHISKIES
150 BBLS. SUGAK.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES MAY.
: 1.000 BUSHELS GOUX.
To'rpther tvilli a Cull .slock of till
all goods it) onr line of business,
IF long experience, and :i thorough know I
edge of the bUHincsH in ull il i diver.-ilied
I branches ore criflcntlul to the kenning Unit which
! the public has long heard of but Bthlorn >< //,
A <J*ool> llOTi:ij,
| the undersigned flatter themselves thot. tlnjy
are fully competent to discharge their ohligu
j lions to their patrons; hut they are not, only
experienced in hotel keeping, they mod* il.y
would claim to have the
BEST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY KI KNISUED
house throughout, in the State, which is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have il sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FKONT AND ADJACENT TO
THU PASSENGER DEPOT,
where travelers can enjoy the rnoht nh<j> and I<* -
liable to be left by the perplexing) y constant
departure of the irnlns.
To all these important advantages i added
a TABLE that is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country can
ullord: nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politcnu , and :iK.eu
tlon to guests.
For tiui truth of these statement J , we refer
the public to our patrons who reside hi every
State in the Union.
E. E. BROWN iV SON, Proprietors.
Macon, Ga., April 15, 1872. 7S 101
(Successor to the late firm of Smith, VV- d< v, t.
A Cos., and of Smith, McGlukliak ( •>.)
MAN! FACTI RER AND DEALER IN
! SADDLERY AND IIARNF.BH HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds, j
RIBREK, BARDS, ET(
Towtlier wltti every article usually kept Id a
109 CBFBRT *T., IHACOY, IM
FOB THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
.—— +. -
i'oiii'fli SfreH, (!\'pxt Itoor to Lawton tV lYilHiigiisiiu.)
RE prepared t<> furnish tlic trade with
GROtT.KIIiM. IMH)VI8IY8. C*t.fc Vt’A i’l<>> SI PVl.ltiN, IMG
nit ms ivtisoimlilc tonus us any house iu Georgia. Wo will keep opiv-Unlly on h:iml, BACON;
LARD, CORN, OATS, 11A Y, SUGAR, COFFEE, BAGGING and Tl F, 8, mill u general assort -
niont of such goods us aro kept in u Hint elm s Grocery House. Give us ti cull. Wc are running
the laGI.BI’IiOrRING MII.M, and
direct special uttentioo to our -Cl I Off %” ••EXTRA,” “FAMILY Flour- They will he
found esnotly uilupts’d to Hie tnidc.Tnd wo uiiuruntiv own hnmd to - i\e iti-fuotiott, Our
priors arc us low it ■ t hose of tlio same gimlcu ouo bo bought- In the South.
COHN MFAL, In,lt,si tilth,,lie,l, n!\i:i\ on In,ml, of oor,mil limit,’ slid Of tlic besi
. IL BAND Y& CO.
TIN AMI SHEET IRON ROOFING,
„ A .ftutierinir, PlniiiHing and Repa/rini,
-.g" ■!I ! ! ’ ALSO
n TIN AND t.AI.YAMZK.I) IRON CORNICES
M !' \ Executed ut short notice and satisfaction
\ l| \ guaranteed.
\ "No. SO aiiiril Mtreet, Muron, Un.
\ | I’livUiiiliir ntteiiti ni given to (1 uttering put up
\ \ with
• \ WOODRUFF'S
V E-.vriLvr i:ui: famtexinur.
■ —i i ji
IMPROVED Oil GEAR.
bivri i in<; ivlow.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
f'IMIE Hutlling of tlio Gin Mouae floor ha no ctlect on the Gearing. King Post of Iron and all
iS the work bolted to iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
• OTHER POWER IN USE.
Call amlHce for youastlf.
I Imild a Portable llor*-- Power that chid!-n:r< , nil other MAKES, hut it will not do the work
with the Himm Draft that my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kindrt of Machinery made arid repaired at
nUH IH/ITIItO.H UOlikS
10S-IKO Near Brown House, Mucon Georgia.
Ho. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
• W. <fc E. P. TAYLOR,
Cor. CoHori A venno and Cherry Street,
FIIITI, CARPETINGS, REES,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
t. • y. L- ... Ml'*; ***.
v 1VY,,.. I
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
, ~ , 79tf
IJ / J” / jrdci ~ by Telegraph promptly attended to. __
.1 ) 11. IILOI NT. ISAAC UAKt'KM AN.
IILOI .’VT A IIABDIIHAN,
ATTORNEYS AT I LAW,
/ vl FICE, at entrance Balaton Jlall, CIM-ny
Barber Shop by
THE Basement WJgflßwn’fi Hotel buUtUng fo
Mike NajAjjf of the Best stands for a
p,nl ’ U '‘ ity '^^noTFT..
Volume I.—Number 171
1 N MAN LINE
KOVAL Y^Tk^nd*? P**
era per week. The c ‘“"
across the Mi-wig, e
venicncc. l or \ l l rx ( \ stEVENJWW Ac*** 11 --
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