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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 5 May 1883

' H&Z £ - ■ SHI W- =~ ¡jfcjjj H SSI &i WE4r ■ ' rMA ^*3?. | ■; ■ v i _<*• , lüiü =íá AS Hea ye Hungry! New Crop GARDEN SEED, Large supply received st in Itullc or papers MILLER'S. «TORE!!! I)BU(i 2m W.L. MERONEY, M. D OFFICE: South Side of Public Square, next door to MILLERS DRUG STORE. RE8LDEHCE—-Lee Avenue, below SACRED JTo the mcjawy Guile, which, born of poor but ra spectable parents, on the morning of March 22, 1883, ^departed this lifo on Wednesday morning last, May 2d. aged 86 issues. The Times deeply sympathises with brother It. J. Norton, now' of the Springtown Pilot, in the loss of our (inid?, and hopes for him a moro lasting eontinnanco as a Spring- town Pilot than a Weatherford Guide. Obituary No. 9—no charge. The friends of tho family request that no flowers bo sent. .And ait the good hymn says "Moro to follow." sVUsri: g%d°?t Street. UI Il*«.tp''|. . . TEXAS. D tf. 1 f ' Moxev cannot purchase n Conscicncc. good (loon principles arc better than gold. _ > T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 5 May 1883

i=K \ \ ¡ 4 I^S, — U I liHDSt By Times PublishingCompany. WEATEBEFORP, TBXA8. WHITT. Tho Villaf2—Hotel—Brsincas Men and H >usaa—Parker Insti- tute—Whitt Academy —Farms and OillMH. l>«mwli hi of ibi irxRnwow Ti n. BarroWnMBS:—When I last n yon and promised to giro the Tiara a noto of my travel*, I left your pleasant little city by stage, for the northwest and landed at the delight hi little village of Whitt, of which we hoar so mnch said in our pass- ago from point to point. We pot up at the Half-way house, which, by the way, in no manner presents the appoaranee of a hotel, externally, hat within we found everything in first class stylo—good, sweet, clean beds, with attractive surronmlings, and especially at the table which was presided over'by our hostess, Mrs. A. Tulloh, M ho is quite a dig- nified old lady and knows cxae'ly how to make a woary traveller, cumfortablo a id happv. Ratable riftólüód by"art^ Wl'by more pretentious establishments. After partaking of a bountiful di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 5 May 1883

J \y In 9M6i f. iig . - m SB M hrtmfii ii*l SaXttSfíZS the ttnt —Uta will he drivaa gut of year the Ths cigar KT>trwiHl. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. —AeoUWoaea the Qrmod Trmnk railway mm W*1m, Owiorio, canead TimrToniMrlaitkninil i ü Ira tediaré, Mu*., by tbe npee tingla Han Franciaeo, nnmber, ven —The tal fatality of the base-ball aeeaoo occurred at Kf Baptd^lUoh., where William —A tnwrtifr cspsisoU on bosro¡err« ••'"rffS back of tbe seek by . i of the brain, from which he dUi —AtBnffalo, Jawett'a oooner-ebops war* ■wast away by Ira, esasing a loae of ♦W.OUB. At A. Loom, the Viedringhana eUmpiiiK work* ware liaraagej by lire to the extent of By th* barnloc of Vangbaa A Go.'a agrvoul- laral-implementa atore, at Nawtoe, Iowa, a loa* at 90,000 waa entailed. Fin ban and twe dwellings were consumed and adjoining baildtafja were injured by ire at Eaaf Hsgin- —Ito destroyed twenty-three boaineaa i of Auralia, Cherokee loaa being about there ha* beeo averted. cigarmakers and WO packer* inaugurat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 5 May 1883

OVER THE WAY. N Mr MAMt la wto x." iVe «W -4 ufe Kny, ami o'er my bwd ) hear the p U«iiiiK niuOntM fall, AmA íu th« i uimney gbttatly uwum (K uuna re morse f ut mem luali A *l I m «cribbling for aij brca<l, lint .>flo« eym unmljr airaj To wiiwltnre high al*nr« the afreet When- Urt* uty neighbor o'er flic # j, A i'pttr wtn* >«A UaM nhv la— A t f kr iMlii hath Imi, I wem, Ki r oin-ry worniux on her ill The sparrow'* tn-akful 1 hare mtjil .UmI by thai dill alu'iintuiig now; HatiiM an«l nilk* au>l lirtaeln gar Hurronwl her while (be ueedl* iliea— What fa*H*ination o'er the way? Bat when the evening conies, 1 know, No lamp will light my la.ly'n room, An«l I. iifgjectfni of my hook, Will aauly wateh the gathering ghnma, And long to i^e her where abe ia— A player-qaeeu in tiu« array. Art rolle** neath lwr gilded crown, My litüo neighbor o'er the way! When clad in gingham#, can ahe gncaa, Playing her n oriiiiig'n homely part, HJmí has au audience who** apulauae renda hiit heart?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 7 July 1883

B3M vol. m The o CifA. .i*. .tl plllal tjfew-vS* ' -w|iiJ2ssBB£" i-f* IOVED. of the Wkatbxmobb i'orter building, on South Main Atmih, next door to the famous pry good* establishment* of Mr. ('liarles Bartbold. We hare a de- lightful office, and to it our friends are especially invited. It's all a mistake. didn't do it. The Rabbi The wheat crop of California is estimated at 66,000,000 bushels. If lore is the faith then friend- ship is the clwrity of life.—Miss T harkrrny. The Guille-Pwt is an infantile par per published at Vineyard City, R^yhck colfTfTy. 7 | Col. J. J. Pickett, a prominent lawyer of Joneshoro, suicided on the 19th nit., by morphine. And now it is the colored editors of the United States who are going 1 have n convention. They meet ni St Louis next Tnesday. Father Tom Burke, the most elo- qtiont priest Ireland has produced in many years, is dead. He was a man whom all sects could admire. correspondent af the y> "we are soon to be fa- ' vor • I with a new publicatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 7 July 1883

. - > WtMtrfai f,mf, Br Til WE VTHBBPOBD, TEXAS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. -Kltj-tto ptnon 4bio( jtllo* fever at Harina, Coba, teat weak. A malignant type of the diasese ragea at Tara Crux, Mexico, .000 people hare aad within two months LOOO people The beat it terrible at Tera Orus. —The precaution* for the safety of public baildinge is England have been reduced, re- cent execottene ha ring had a ealntary offect •pen the dynamiters. Reports are current in Dnblin that Informer Carer haa Bona to the north, of Ireland, and ffflM a hipped ta Can- ada. —Queen Victoria' condition oontunea to oaaae great anxiety ao bar phyaicians and the She returned to Windeor from8eot at weak, bnt will return to Balmoral ahortly, aad go to Italy in the autumn, ia alleged to bare fallen into a state of melan- cholia. —Another ocean diaaater ia reportad by cable. Two yeaaela, the Aurunnl and the Waitara, of the New Zeland Shipping Corn- back to tb* joked about bis of tb« boya callad it, 1863 Jim had hia triump...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 7 July 1883

m THE RUINED SOME. bt . v. MTTU etood in the (aireet cottage Beneath the aontbern ikies, Where poet sad lore and An earthly paradise. The tal iaat elms on either aide Hp read out a gratara] abade, ~ ' ' ' t Bch—a —dnwath Their softeet caehlCae laid. ioftn lent their awaeta To lunt tte balar air, The eweeUeitfbgera of Ü>e Henean! am gathered there. Bat fairer still than all of theae My young and gentle wife, Avid those Eden bower* moved, Uf all the light and life. Another one, my little girl. The mother's second self, Just merging from her babyhood, A Jayona little elf. these my cap of Joy , oh, it ooald not las K tha lurid donde fall, With lAalh. lurid clonda of war Oar sunny skies o'er cast The northmaa came, my happy borne Lay la hia cruel path, He satiated Us gresd of gain And then let loose his wrath. And now my gentle wife and child Hone elees wanderers roam, A maeksaed wall, an aahea heap. Arc all that's left of home' Atlanta, Oa., ltSKi. THETWO MABTHEN8. A Sterj That Illus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 7 July 1883

The WhIM Times. By Time* Publishing Companay. Forest H Qrindstoue Report. tbs dat wi ckucbkats. WEATIIKUFORD. ......JULY 7, 188* THE STATE TEACHERS' Association of Texas, convened in Galveston on the 26th nit., and continued in session five days, with nearly two hundred teachers, from all parts of the state in attendance. Among the addresses wore those of cx-Gqv. Roberts and Gov. Ireland, —the latter of which was conspicu- ously able, and decidedly pointed and practical. Many noted educators delivered unusually brilliant addresses and «"cad essays bearing on school '1 notions of vital importance at this lime. The work of the ai -•We had rain enougfiT to drfnoh as thoroughly, and a great many went Th.fo.rU. ofJ,ür,ü.. I -ry of American ¡.Jep<, <l.n~. U- Tgr™i Vnd . recalls the history of the country's jgreat success it was, too, Prof Me- early struggles, her many priva- Cracken being the tions, and reminds us, at what coat, knight He took ten rings oat of we enjoy the glorious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 July 1884

VOL 17. WEATHERFORD, PARKER COUNTY. TEXAS SATURDAY JULY Sli. 1S84. NOUNCemepíts . • * ' feg- Wm rok ji'dge or dwdct cottt We «re authorised and requested to an- nounce A . J. HOOD Vorra-eteetlen to the office of jndfé of the District Cotirt of the 17th District, composed of the coun- ties of Parker and Tarrant -tnl We «fe authorized to announce, as a can- Sdalefor " District Judge, * f the 17th District, composed of the coun- ties of Parker and Tarrant, R. E. BECKHAM. He has had experience the bench - and «ornes before fau feKow-eitizens with peculiar for the positioa TOR MCFIUSSESTATIVtt. lama candláatc for Representative to the Í9th Legislature, subject to the action of the Parker County Democratic Convention, and hope my i rienda will aid in the matter. J. A. KIDD. Springtown, Precinct 2. ^ !rok coustt jtdgk. Wó are authorized to nnmmncs N. M. WESS1S, ITor the important office of County Judge *>f Parker county. Wnl Ex-County Judge B> L> RICHER, Is • candidate for County ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 July 1884

V- i / "TSssm^- \/ "<r I jjjfazíherfoqd {¡¿imp By TIMKS PDBJUSHUIQ O*, WE.VTHERFOBD, TEXAS. CURRENT TOPICS. Over one hundred clerks in the peiuiion bu- reau have received promotion, the average ad- vance in salary being $300. Bismarck has ordered planB for a canal from the Baltic to the North sea, and will ask the reiuhstag to maku an appropriation for it con- atructioa. "Fiekt Gizzard" is the picturesque name of a post office in Tennessee. A prominent cattle king of Chey- enne is said to be madly in love with Mrs. Langtry. Thackeray, although innocent of Chicago conventions, invented the term •«dark horse." Senator and Mrs. Logan are mem- bers of Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, Chicago. Cubing a storm in Pasadena, Cali- fornia, on Jane IS, hail, it is reported, fell to a depth of six inches. South of the Sahara lies the Soudan. The Soudan, to most An.ericans, is hut a phase designating a portion of Africa almost unkno'tfn and of small account, commercially or otherwise. We h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 July 1884

HMHj t- -¿^ij^jesfssw-a : t#M-r 1 _/ H ATF LITTLE WIFE. She iiin't Tery pretty, (So aay her lady friends); She's^neithor wise nor witty With verbal odds and ends. No Heeling freak of fashion Across her fancy run; She's never iu a passion- Except a len ier one. Her voice is low and cooing, She likens more than speaks; While others talk of doing, Her daty near she seeks. It may be but to burnish The sideboard's scanty plate, Or but with bread to furnish The beggar at the gate. So I, who see what graces She sheds on lowly life, To fashion's fairest faces Prefer my little wire. And though at her with pity 'llio city dames may smile, Who deem her hardly pretty And sadly out of style; ■ To me she seems a creature So musicil.y sweet, 1 would not change one feature One curve from crown to feet. And if I could be never Her lover and her mate, I think I'd be for ever The beggar at the gate. —Henry Austin. A Captains Umbrella. é Captain Fortescue danced for the 'est part one happy evening with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 26 July 1884

Tha Weatiierfflfd Times. By Times Publishing Companay. AVKATíIEIif ORD, JULY 26, 1834 ti&Sáñi jatiiMiMÉi ! Vi BÍÍÉM 4, 1 BOS PRESIDENT GROVES CLEVELAND, Of New York. for vice-pílesidext ♦THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Ot Indiana. n V the great exposition. We rejoice to know thatthe good Lord has a work for all to do. And among the works of necessity pressing upon this community is preparing Parker county for her proper place in the New Orleans Exposition. Already the choice aitides of Kansas growth are on their way, and already the great North are vicing with each other the land three years before his or hor title to said 640 acres so pur- chased can be made effective through grants by the State They oppose the lease law except in so far as it has been made operative through the stipulations of the law passed by the last or 18th legisla- ture. What has been legitimately leased, under that enactment, tliev regard as sacred and binding, but tion might have been,afld Í a in not, ,fi'o in a P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 13 March 1886

MARCH Shoes. ¡rru kíe*i,ooni for the I foiiy awwmost varictf assort- nf Boot's and Shoes, ever i fí{eathcrford, I UsTIEW BBATJTIP JUST -I- I REGilfII1 The Fred DeSmith Case. In the District Court, on Moih'.kv, his ; HonorlJudge lie.'kham, called the <$.e<-f The State of Texas vs. Fred V. DeSmeth, "II ti Albert Stevenson, County Attorney, sulmiit- Wl se jp(] t|ie following motion for a continuance l(TTi 56- NO. II And for Sale at DALLAS PRICES. Come and Satisfy Yourself. THE FULLEST AND LARGE!- fresh -y MENT EVE I' BROUGHT TO VVEATHERFORD OF AND NEW ies and gents, misses oftl)e ftlgc. ontbsJthat cost No, 1875. Dollars for Four Dollars. The State of Texas 1 III tlie District Court ., vs V Parker County, Tuca , -three F.V. DeSmeth. J Februar. term, A. D., Two " 1886. Qne « Now conies the County Attorney of E C RAY Parker county, in behalf of the State, ill til# above styled and numbered cause, and says SPI§NDI) PARIÍ AUD RANCH that the State cannot go safely to trial,'at FOR S/¿¡...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 13 March 1886

A m m Mi. BR Pabii.hhiS C J npanay. WKATUKltPURD. MAKC'll 1:, tSSJi. s — -- r* The Tijmm is published weekly. At 92 per annum; 91 for six months and 50 cents for three mo:;ths—a ptrely local journal in every res r Li | i rr we are thankful tbis ninth anual meeting of | ly requested to the end the Cattle Kaisers, Association of north west pooling system may be v _ Texas, is being lield in your midst, for wo The committee is J. N. % feel certain we will be treated well—indeed , chairman ; E. (J. Sugg, jHi ilk POST MASTER JOHNSON fMBS. CfA.Mi'BEJ.L for a copy this week's TIMES. Inquire for it at any post office in Parker ••unty. Read it and remember that 50 cents will sccurc it for jour family for three months. TO THE FARMERS Oí? PARKER COUHTY. It has always been our aim to Inake The Weathf.rfcru Times the very best purely loiVl paper pub- lished .ii* the great state of Texas This desire we have recently ac- complished. Not content, however, to rest there we have for some months past b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 13 March 1886

C0 "N ~ " * AJÍNOÜNCEM, * —— SOS MAYOB. We axe authorized to announce Gol. M. W. Baiter a candidate for totheoOee of Mayor •f the City of Weatherford, at the H' 4 We axe authorized to announce B. R. Womaék, for the office of Mayor of the City of Weatherford, at the ensuing elec- tion, April Mh. roa coran jddcx. The undersigned respectfully announces that lie will he a candidate for County Judge. The people of Parker know me. I have no prom- isee to make, «ave that if elected I will endeavor to do my doty and serve the whole people. A. J. HUNTER the name of .iam lunch is 11 COU2STY curas. - 1 announce to the voten of Parker County that tcudidatc fox County Clerk, at the ensuing election, to be held November 21 1886, and reapectfnlly solicit their suffrages, • G B. C. PATTON. Ia obedience to the kindness of nuinerou friends I respectufnlly offer myself to llie voter of Parker County for the office of County Clerk. It will he my highest pleasure, if elected, to perform all the duties w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 13 March 1886

4. i 1 £ • • ' • * Several of onr Y 11ey men, have • Correspondence of the "Weatherford Times Companay. WKA'i'l MARCH 13, 1880. beef cattle, to sell or ship, as best 1 sotted. Hare beard no talk of connly | division in this quarter. J. B. S. I 7 -T ft.^1 =rr 1 Correspondence of tlie -WoalherforQ Timet FEOM BÍSVALLEY. F3.0M WHITT. Jür expert to initiate one or two members. The ber and at oar next we | Measles — Pneumonia — The' Parte Boys—Corn %nd Oa's. ClkahFork^ March 7th, 1886. Kind Edito*—As the little folks have a space in ygnr valuable pa- per, I thought I Would write a few lines. i livo eight miles north-cast IBvckseb, Parker Co., Texas,) of Wealhorford, on the Clear Fork March 8th, 1886. j and allow me to say, in oiic ot the Edit Times-Tkcre hav* been most prosperous neighborhoods of several cases ot measles, recently, Parker county. We have a good hi this vicinity and Hiner, school and a kind teacher-Miss nono hav^proven fatal. Helen Puryear, and we love her W. A. Traylor's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 27 March 1886

¡ÉzmBm ¡gagi «£ íf! ===== 3Í«í VOL. 19 jffsrjw; LV" •'•'•- WWW í*#É*3 Tinas:—As PaoMent of tfce Groad Sute AlliaanMf Teius, I ¿«sire you to publish the follow- ing 4*Uer from W. R. ímé, Preo- "T""." ,*77-" ideat of the Montague Cowtly Al- ano tM w 'liaaoe. lo J. N. Rogers, Esq., Ed- itor of the Rural Citiaen, mí Jacks- boro; and published in a4¿ «Rural Citiseu," in th* inte of March llth, aa watt |i the "Boycott Proclsma- tion,"ofsaid W. R. 1^, Pres- id snt, published in "ThsCroas Tim- ben," March l*tb, 1886, aa well as « ® .'dWrnilf «*3 . r- And tutela Sake that day. . It had iih*d in th* night, and all tbo wood paddings aOd pies to bsdee, We- rner ' Alliance in and the 8tate of Texas. Daring the month ofFtknuy or •arly in March, this same W. S. Lamb, wrote me on the sabjoct of the boycott on the Mallory line of steamers and referred to the AmI that Montague County Alliaaas, *f which be ia President, had resolutions favoring the "boycott against certain firms now under the boycott ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 27 March 1886

•ms ' ¿ IKfe TE ill TUB. By Times Publishing WRATUEKFORD. MARCII *, ISSB. To-day we begin the procesa of pruning the Times list. Those of onr subscriber* who won't pay innst not expect longer Jo receive the paper. We hare dessonetra- ted the value of the Timbs to each subscriber, and if he cannot or will not appreciate oni* effcrts, and labor and cash paid out, weekly, foi him individually, he must be the loser and not wo, from this issue. Every other debt Is paid but the printers, and now we gire fair notice that we will spend no more money until the 'Id accounts a e liquidated. Nothing can be utilized in producing a newspaper witliont i!s money value and if the subscriber won't pny us we have d< termiiicd not to send the Times. Publishing a purely local, "home paper, it should be recollectcd, is more costly than the general newspapers of tho day and conse qaontly bettor f >r the Interests of every^o'q „ la the propriety of-a between Gra .d Master of the Kolghts of Labdr, T. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 27 March 1886

iPfHm W« an B.M. Wtmtek, OtlSaerteeaf Mayor tithaOitytrwttibeAtd, tt Uta, A|«Utth. rot coctvt #vp«*. n> to Willi County Judge. ftM junplr of Parker ta#* I tan bo ~.w acra that tl elected I will or lo(leavdetyaad.trvtthtwholtFaofli X. 1. HUNT**. II loanoaaet to the vote of rtiker County thtt I will be a caadldaU ft* County Clark, at the mi " I eleetton, to be hold Hovembar M, MM, —A «aajaetftUy aoUett Q. B. C. FACTOR. iMjm&QS rCoaaty.ft* thtertatof •«P* («a toe they the past tinned wo edgix young duly Indent jred v:*v"L County Ciarte. I hove beoa aolMted by many 40 be" Mfflo eon<Bd«Utar- Sheriff, *t tbo November «leetlon. I believe I am - rallller with the dnrtee of tbe o«ee. tad 1 too* that If elected I will «alai them with Impartl- ,Uty. t«J. CHARLES LIXDSKT. At the ensuing November election, I will be e aandldate (tor re-eleetlon to the o «ce of Sheriff. -Thankful to the rotera of Parker iter the lhTera two year ago, I reepeetfollj eolielt "* * ' <" thia klndneee. l l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weatherford Times — 27 March 1886

I «TA - TI imi TUB. By Timos Publishing WRATUERFOIU). MARCH *. IM To-day we begin th* process of pruning the Times list. Those of •or subscribers who won't p J mast notcxpect longer lo receive the paper. We bare demonstra ted the value of tlie Times to each subscriber, and if be canDot or will not appreciate on«* effc rts, and labor and cash paid out, weekly, fot him individually, he must be the loser and not wo, from this issue. Every other debt is paid but the printers, and now we give fair notice thai we will spend no more money until the < Id accounts a e liquidated. Nothing can be utilised in producing a newsjmper without i's money value and if the subscriber won't pny us we have di termincd not to send the TlMSS- Publishing a purely local, home paper, it shoutd be recollected, is more costly- than the general newspapers of tho day and conse ^ quenUy better f->r tbe luterests of ecO. Wiize in parties, therefore, who do not re- ceive the-paper, to-day, must not complain of...

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