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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 February 1841

J1 H.: a il i7 1 ft THE IJOOA'S LICK TITUIS. JAMES K. BENSON A, CLARK II. -GREEN, , Publishers and Proprietors. Ti:itivis. ril.-ltS TAPER is published weekly, at $3 in JL adv.ince, or at the end of the year. No pipor will be discontinued butntllio option of the Editors until all arrearages are paid and a failure t give notice of a wish to discontinue will be ensidered a now engagement. ; 6!atcsol" Advertising-. ' One dollar per squaro, oftwelvelines.orloss, for th first inseition, and fifty centsa squarefor each t a'jsequent insertion. ' Fur ono squaro 12 months, twenty dollars. .'Merchant or others advertising by the year, to tS amount of fifty dollarsand upwards, will been tiiled to a deduction of one third, where a regular a jrnement is entered into. Whern the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without the number of insertions bcinpspe eifier, it will bo inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbitf, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from s...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 February 1841

nrr V y lions, and prr jmie his mind fur the seeds of morality and religion. We will now take a view of tha agricul ture of our own bolovcJ country, and in '. doing this, I will enumerate the circum stanced tliHt have contributed to ils ad vancement and those which have' made against it. Since the revolution, the repeal of the law of primogeniture allodial titles, the facility , of acquiring portions of our vast territory, and protected industry presented a grand" theatre for the display of the pro ductive powers of agriculture, and with these advantages, without aid from the gov ernment, it has been the chief agent in ma king the the United States what they are. Here has been an expansion of population, intelligence and wealth, which has aston ished the world. The disadvantages which have operated against agriculture in the United States are the following: The original emicrants brought with them a very imperfect knowledge of tillage. the art being then but little understood in the...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 February 1841

'V. THE TIMES. F A Y K T T K s SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1341. KFSEE OUR TERMS. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR TUB TIMES. A. It. Or,mi.M, Esq., Middle Grove. Monroe county. r James Hi onus, Esq., Richmond, Uayco. t t . j .' fXUThe Legislature adjourned on last Tuesday. DEBATE ON THE PUBLIC LANDS, THE FINANCES, &.C. Tlie Speech of Henry Clay, on the Tubiic -Lvnds, Finances, &c. i on file for publication. We cannot give the entire speech'this week owinfj 'to the press of other important matter on hand, but present our readers tho following account of -ome of his principal points. " In opening his speech he expros-seil the belief 'that the Administration fully intended to do noth ing for the country at the present session; and he fastened upon thorn tho responsibility of Imvin? Accnpiccl the very heart of the session, with the general discussions that have arisen upon the pre emption bill. There was no necessity whatever for the introduction of that measure; as a re-cm p- tion bill which w...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 February 1841

- IMXK.SOIE TAKLE, Corrected weehhj from the St. Louis Republican. Pennsylvania. United States, (old mid new) mid bran., 1 1 a 2 pr. Philadelphia banks, l a 2 do. Hank of Erie, 0 to 0 dis. Lumberman's bank, broken All othera, par to 1 pr. Xcw York. City Banks, All others, 2 J to 3 pr. par 2 a 3 do, Uaryl;t;s!. All city bank. Baltimore, Mineral bunlt Cumberland, Eikton Bank, Maryland, Commercial bink Millington, b lsquclmnna Bridge and banking Co All others, 1 to 2 pr. broken no salt 1 to 1J pr. I,ouisiaiia. New Orleans City bank, Clinton and Tort Hudson Rail-Road ban Eicntucky. Northern bank, Kentucky, Bnnk of Kentucky, Bank of Louisville, All oilier, . Ohio. par par do. do. no sale Cincinrnti Bnnks, Bink West Union, Bank of Granville, Oeauga Insurance Company, Bank of (ialliopolis, Urhana Banking Company, Hamilton and Rossvillo, Man Co. Manhattan, Bank, Most others, f -udiana. Ftate Bank and branches All others, " m Stale Bunk and branches, Bank of Illinois, Bik of C-.iiro, ftlisso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 February 1841

THE IIOO.VS i.lVli TIMES." ' UMtl HflENSON A, CLARK II. UREElV ., , .. . PMulitrt and Proprulori. . ' TERM S. rp:H3 IMPER m published weekly, t $3 it X dv.incc, or $4 at tiie end nf the year. Nt PV1' will to discontinued but at die option of tlir E litUM until all arrearagesare paid and a failure to (five notice of a wish to discontinue will be considered a new engagement. ' tittles of trivci'tiin;r. One .hilUr par square, oftwelvelines.orleM, fct the lim Intuition, and fifty cenisa square for end u'noiiont insertion. For one sfpitro li months, twenty dollars. ..tfjrs'i iit or otlinriT advertising by the year, to tS aiDUit or titty dollarsand upwards, will been tttU'l to a (Induction of one third, where aregulnr a jrin nint i entered into. . V'i n tlio in-mrt.ion of an advertisement in or Ar 1 1. without the number of insertions heinrupe eifljl.it will In itnirted. (in the discretion of the pt i'iriutorO until forbid, and charged ISOiccor Unsr. All ilvfirtisemnnts from strnner-rs, o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 February 1841

I-lst of Aet, .... ,. . Or.TfiC ELEVENTH GENERAL ASSEM! J BLYOF MISSOURI. 1. An act to repeal the 7th section of an act to regulate elections. 2. An net to establish a female academy in the county ol rellis. 3. to appropriate money, to appropriate money, to incorporate the Polk county acad- 4. 6. emy. 6. 7. 1 aounty 8. ' 9. ' ' respecting burnt patents. ' to establish a Slate road through the of Perry. ' for tha establishment of a State road. to establish a Siato roid from the town o( Potosi, in Washington county, to a ceitain point in Jtiltirson county. 10. " in relation to school lands. 11. ' declaring certain couniy roads a State road. 12. " amendatory of an act entitled, an act. to establish a State road from Ste. Genevieve to Caledonia, and from Culedonia to tha Curtois mines. 13. A memorial to the Congress nf the U. S., relative to Swamp Lands. 11. A memorial for the construction ofa milit cry road. 15. An act to extend the time for tho redemp tion of real estate which has bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 February 1841

3 LijjfeaLi'ijj." j THE TIMES. FAYETTE: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1841. TJJ'SEE OUR TERMS. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR TIIF TIMES. A. It. Oldham, Esq., Middle Grove Monroe county. James Hughes, Esq., Richmond, Ray co TO OUR PATRONS. In two vyieks the present volume of the "Times" will ' jxpirc, and as it is our pur pose to call on various friends for the money they may bo indebted to us, we hope they may "lay up" the amount in readiness for us. We take this occasion to state that as we expect to make calls in person, our patrons are authorized to pay to us alone, or our published agents. DCfMr. C. C. Cady is authorized to re ceive money for subscriptions and adver tising due us in St. Louis. THE NEW CABINET. , Our latest advices from Washington, render it almost certain that the following gentlemen will compose the new Cabinet: Sec. State Mr. Webster, of Mass. " Treasury Mr. Evig, of Ohio. " War Mr. Bell, of Tenn. " Navy Mr. Badoeu, of N. C. P. M. Gcnl. Mr. Granger, of N. Y. Att. Genl. Mr. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 27 February 1841

HANK NOTE TABLE, Ctrrtcltd vtekly from Iht St. Imuh Republican. 4 .' ' . rinnsylrwrnia. United States, (old and new) and bran., 14 a 2 pr. Philadelphia banks, ' la2rio. Bank of Erie. 3 to 5 dis. Limbernian'a banl, - broken All others, . partolpr. New York. Citv Banks. . , 2Jto3pr Ail'olhers, ' ' " par a 3 do. Ularylana. All city bank'. Baltimore, Mineral bnnk Cumberland, Klklon Bank. Maryland, Commercial bink Millinpton, Susqunlncna Bridge and banking Co All others. 1 to2pr. broken no snle 1 to 1 J pr. Louisiana. Now Orleans Cily bonk-. P" Clinton and Port Hudson Rail-Road bank. Kentucky Northern bank, Kentucky, : Bmk of Kentucky, Btnk of Louisville, par do. do. Co sale All Others, Ohio. Cincinnati Bnnks, Bmk West Union, Btnk of Grunville, Gemtgn Insurance Company, Bank of Galliopolis, Urbona Banking Company, Hamilton and Bossville, Man Co. Manhattan Bunk, Must others. par 7 to 10 dis. 7 to lU (lis no sale 5 dis no sale do. do. 2 to 5 dis Indiana. fi-.to Bank and branches, All other...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 6 March 1841

THE ilOO.VS L.IK Jilli; - - X JAKES "J?. BENSON ii CLARK H. GREEN, i Publishtrs and Proprutori. ' T U R M 8 . rpiIIS PAPER it published weekly, at $3 in JL advance, or 84 at tho end of the year. No paper will be discontinued but at the option of the Editor until all arrearagesare paid and a failure W give notice of a wish to discontinue will be cvusiderod a new engagement. SCaics ol" Advertising. Out dollar per square, of twelvelines, or less, for Ihs lirst iusoition, and fifty centsa squarefor each ttlsequem insertion. For one square 12 months, twenty dollars. Merchants or otliers advertising by the year, to the amount or nity dolltirsaml upwards, will been titled to a deduction of one third, where a regular arrcement is entered into. "yVhere the insertion of an advertisement is or- !d, witnout me nuniDer oi instrumis ucing "ic iT?4, it will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accordingly- ,, All advertisements from strangers, as well a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 6 March 1841

Correspondence of tha Keu Er&. v Citt or JerretisoK, Feb. 16, 1S41. CITY CHARTER. The Legislature has adjourned; its Inst act of edjournme nt wm the best act of the sesnion. The Lc0-islutine adjourned just in time; for il is literally true thai there wns not money enough in tlio treasury to have paid the members for n tingle day longer. This session hos hcen more marked by parly violence, recklessness and in tiiciiveness than any former swsion of Yfie fieri, eral Assembly. The new act to charter the City of St. Louis was finally pissed, in opposition to the votes of alt lite St. Loui members in the llji'ta of Representatives, and in defiance of tint cirnest opposition of all the Senators from Unit county. Tl.o limits of the city nro greatly en-Isrg-d by the now charter, taking in some liuitis. nds of persons, who eames ly protested against Jo act, and who, contrary to their wishes, are cfiisipelled to participate in a city debt of nearly half a million of dollars. This change in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 6 March 1841

on THE TIMES. r A Y 13 T T K : SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1841. .UTSEE OUR TERMS. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THE TIMES. A. H. Oldham, Esq., Middle Grove Monroe count'. James IIioiies, Esq., Richmnnd.Ray co DC One more number completes the first volume of the "Times." As we sta ted in our last, so soon after this number is published as we can make the necessary arrangements, we intend calling on our friends for the amount due us for subscrip tions, advertising, &c, and we hope they will be in readiness to liquidate their ac counts on presentation. Persons wishing to become subscribers to the second volume of the Times, should send in their names immediately. We deem it not improper here to request of those of our friends who feel a solicitude in sustaining our exertions, to use their influence in procuring additional subscri bers to the Times. This is a very oppor tune time, and a little exertion on their part, may be of great benefit to us. lOWe have obtained the servics of Mr. Braxton Coope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 6 March 1841

a?wiy!'.' R VIi xXOTE TAIILK, Corrected weekly from the St. Louis Republican. E'ojsiisj Ivr.tiin. Bank of Eric. 3 to 0 (lis. LuiihermiiTs bank, United Stutes. fold ami new) and bran., Philadelphia b.Wlks, broken pur. do. pnr All others, X cw York. City Banks, All others, 2 J to 3 pr. pnr 2 a o do. IV a ry la ml. All city banks, Baltimore, Mineral bank Cumberland, Kikton Bank, Maryland, Commercial hnnk Millington, Susquehanna Bridge uud banking Co. All othsrs. 1 to2pr. brokci no salt- 1 to 1 J pr lioui-lasia. fiw Orlems City bank, Clinton and Tort Hudson F.uil-Roud bank. Kentucky. Northern Wik, Kentucky, Bnik of Kentucky, Bunk of Louisville, par pnr do CO. no Mile All oilier, Is io. Cincinnati Bank, Bank West Union, Bink ol' UrMiviilc, par 7 to 10 dis. 7 to 10 dis no sale flcauga Inscrunco Company, Bank ol' Oalliopolis, Ijrimna Bonking Company, Hamilton and Rossvillc, Alan Co. Manhattan Bank, Moil others, Indiana. State Bank and branches, All others, Illiuolt. State Bunk and branches...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 13 March 1841

. li. IT : 11 ' LXL-JL U.UL LAi L " I UIM1004V LICK TIMES. betfWTBS K. BENSON & CLARK H. UREEN, ' riioiwruri oni Proprietor!. , TJElt.TI S. TIIHIS PAPER is published weekly, at 3 i JL advance or Ad i i, ,t r , i... .... -nt . paper will be il - . - --....uwu vuctttuio vjiuuiiui i nr i AUitors until all arrearages are paid and a failure tO fflVA tint mo nf a i;uk J:.. .mi i v man a,u uiauuiuiiiue Wlii Dt wusiuorea a new engagements ,. . r-. iwuiciiuc3,urieis, lor j),, .a nroi. lusoiuuu, mm ouy cents a square for euch . For one snuare 12. mnntha. iin n - Merchants or others adveriisina bit the te'ur, to me Kuiuuui ui miy ounarsand upwards, will be en titled laaueuucunn oi one third, where a regular vpnnmntlf i pntnpail tnti Where the insertion of an advertisement is or dered, without tho number of insertions being spe cified, it will bo inserted, (in the discretion of the proprietors) until forbid, and charged for accor dingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as an (ira...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 13 March 1841

We cannot tnr highly approve the tone tc purport dI th reply made in the following rorrrsrmndenee by Mr. Forsyth to the Bri tish Minister n "the subject of the slaves per L'Amistnd. The pt.isilioti assumed by 1 ' i is eoutitiy is, in our opinion, decidedly right. Mr. For. to Mr. Forsyth. Washington, Jan. 20, 184 I. Sir: I am instueted to represent to you that the attention of Hot Majesty's Govern mciit has been serious! directed to the case of certain African negroes found on board the Spanish ship 'Aniistad, the sumo persons whose cause has been broucht be Lire the courts of law of the United States. for whom powerful and humane interest ap pears to he fell in this country as wi ll as in I'neland. It is known to Her Majesty's Govern ment that these negroes were imported in to Cubn direct from the coast of Africa, in rt Portuguese slave vessel, called the Teho ri.in the summer of 1830, and that klwrt ly after their nnival, they vvfie purchased as slaves at the Ilavanna, by two Span ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 13 March 1841

V: "f 7 3 Apfointmknt by tub Goveh.nor or New York. Jo h.i M. Eager, of St. Louis, to be Commissioner of New York, in and for tnehtate ol Missouri, "to take tho acknowl edgement and proof of the execution of anjr deed, mortgage or other conveyance of any lands, tenement or hereditaments lying and being in the State of New York, or of any contract, letter of attorney or any writing under seal, and to administer oaths or affiirmations, any of which arc to be used or recorded in said State," pursuant to the act of the Legislature of said State, passed May 13th, 1810. PUBLIC MEETING. At a meeting of the citizens of Daviess county, held at the town of Cravcnsville, on Saturday the 27th day of February 1841: On motion Jons Anhehson, Esq. was called to the Chair, and William Cravens, appointed Secretary. The object -of the meeting (viz: to take into consideration the propriety of grow ing tobacco and hemp) having been briefly explained by Dr. John Cravens, the follow ing resolutions were s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 13 March 1841

.-GZ MC- Si. f TS53SX&PQ3PZ! . BANK NOTH TABLE, Ctr-eclnJ wrtl.!y from the St. lxuii ReiHibliran. ' 1Vism3 Ivatiia. Eiuk of Erie. 3 t 5 'lis. I.it liborniau's bank, Unitod States, (old and St) and uran., K'liladelphia bauka, All utl.ers, . - KfiT York. broken par. no. pur City Hanks, All outers i to 3 pr. par 2 a 3 do. Maryland All city banks. Baltimure, Mineral bank Cumberland, Klkton Bf.nk, Maryland, Commercial bank Alillington, SusquaUni'na Bridge otid banking Co 111 uiham. 1 to 2 pr. broken no sale- Mo 1 J pr Lo::isxana. Vtn Orleans City banks, Clinton end Prt Hudson Rail-Road tank Kentucky. Nrlhrn bank, Kentucky, B'nk of Kentucky, Bank of Louisville, All olhr, Ohio. pai do. do. o laic Cincinnati Bunks, Bank West Union, Buk uf Granville, ieauga Insurance Company, Bank of Galliopuhs, Krbtna Banking Company, Hamilton and Rossvill. Man Co. Manhattan Bank, Moat others, Indiana. State Bank and branches, Ail othars, Illinois. Stato Bank and branches, Bank of lllmoii, Hank of Cairo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 March 1841

f egei-i!!J. J .njjiniiiiiyjigmiii iiniMmmfm I!90X LICK T 1 31 128. jlMES R. BENSON & CLARK II. GREEN, f Pullishtrt and Proprietors. T k in m . 'ptflS TAPER is published weekly, nt $3 auvanco, or 4 at the end of the venr. N paper will bo discontinued but at iho option of the aJitors until all arrearages are paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue will be eonsiuareu a now engagement, Kate of Alvt-r(iiiig-. una dollar por square, of twelve lines, or less, for tha first iuseition, and fifty centsn square for euch msequeni. insertion. For one square li months, twentv clrillnrs. ftlurulianti or others advertising by the year, to l'a amount of fifty dollursand upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, where arcgular ajrceuiBiii is eiuereu lino. Wdioro tlio insertion of an advertisement is or ittni, without the number of insertions beingspe einon, it win Be inserted, (in the discretion ot tin proprietors) until forbid, and charged foraccor dingly. All a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 March 1841

INAUGURAL -addrlss OF vsi i:s 1 s e t sain u is ox. Coiled from a retirement wliich I had sup. posed wbs lo continue Tor the residue of my life, ID (ill the Chief Kxeemivu Office of thin gieol Bnd free Nation, 1 appear before you, fellow (ii'zei.s, to Ink e the onths wliich the Constitu titni prescribe, as necessary qualification for tin performance of its duties. And in obeiii. encc lo custom coevcl with our lioverntnent, e-id what I believe to be your expectations, I proceed to present to you n sa;innary of the pr'n ciples wliich will eovern n-.3 in trie discharge of t-ie duties which I shall be called upon to P'Tuirm. It vfu this re.iiirk of a Rontin Cortr.il, in an early pcr'od of ihiit celebrated Republic, that a moat striking contrast was observable in the con (hi t of candidates for office of power and lr.i?-i, before i.nd after obtaining ill cm they seldom carrvinj out, in the latter casa, ths pledges nnrf prorii'sc r.ia !e in the former. However nm h the wr.rU mey have impr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 March 1841

domestic eonearm. It may hi proper, how-; ver.that I should give Rome indications to my fellow-citizens of my proposed course ol conduct in the management of our for eign relations. I assure them, therefore, thnt it is my intention to use every meuns in my power to preserve the friendly inter course which now so happily subsists with every foreign nation. And that although, of course, not wel! informed as to the state of pending negociations with any of them. I see, in the personal characters of the sov ereigns, ns well as in the mutual interests of our own, and of the Governments with which our relations are most intimate, a pleasing guaranty that the harmor.y so im portant to the interests of their subjects, ns well as of our citizens, will not he inter rnpted by the advancement of any claim or pretension upon their part to which our honor would not permit us to yield. Long the defender of my country's rights in the field, I trust that my fellow-citizens will not see, in my earnes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 20 March 1841

M VvrneAei weekly from the St. Louis Republican. iuf3ius Ivania. Bank of L'rie, U to 5 dis. Lmiherinaii's bink, broken United Stntns. (old and new) and bran., par. Philadelphia banks, r,o. All ulherf, par rVcw York. City B-.nk", All others, 2 J to 3 pr. par 2 a 3 do. friary land All city banks, Baltimore, l!incral bank Cumberland, E.kton Ennk, Maryland, Commercial knk Milliegiun, Puiqunhanna Bridge and linking Co All others, 1 to 2 pr. broken no sale 1 to 1 1 pr. Louininsrm. Metr Crlna City banks, Clinti a and F.irt Hudson Rail-Road bunk livntKcliy. Nor: hum bink, Kentucky, Pink ul' Kentucky, J!. nit of Louisville, All others. Ohio. Cincinnati Bnnks, Tnik West Union, J Biuli of tiriivill, 7 Geauga In.nruuco Company, Banx of il a 1 1 i p 1 i s , Urbitia Ranking Company, Hamilton and Kussvill-;, Man Lo. - par par do. par ' to 10 dis. lo 10 dis no sale 5 dis. no sale do. do. S tO b ui.S. Manhattan Bank, Most otlnira, i'tate Er,k and l-.rar.chei, All others, Tiito Dank and branches, Jta...

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