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GREENCASTLE BANNER. VOL. XXVIII. GREENCASTLE. IND., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1880. NO i. 8. RIG W. CORWIN & CO., Have taught out tin The Greencastle Banner. THE TORCH AGAIN ! Ya/.oo lromocrac) Kiiinpant. Cl.i)\ BRDALK, Feb. 1". 1880. Editor KAN N KH — Knowing then- » Dry Good And Carpet House of Beck & Dannington, Tlif most succcrirtful tirni in T 11i-i County, and \n ami inililic favor. Imt u il 1 not only keep np the stock attempt to improve the I QUANTITY and QUALITY. would be niiiiiy and varioui reports .>t tin-1i.ini burning last night. I conclude to give the facts BO far as I am able from under my own hand: The farm on which the barn at 1 la one-half milesouth of town. The burnt burn was a double-log barn, with feed-way through tin- center; sheds on each • side full length of barn. This barn was I some two hnndred yards or more from the other buildings! and waauaedfbi stock and hay exclusively, then being a Hnelot of haj In It when burned, but t<» its usual merit j neither live stock nor Implements, the) iili being at the othei barn. I did no! I know until the building was burning I will help pa) their passage here, and if that threats had been made against any Voorheea attempa to Investigate the one Introducing the flnt "nigger" into matter we will whisper in his ear ami Cloverdale township; had I known it 1 dun t know lull that in\ course would Belle I nimi. Tin- IIANNKU goes like wild-lire through t ti i-* community. »;. Knl|iatli is teaching a good school here, considering surrounding diaadvan tages. The citizens of this vicinit) think the IiroBperl Is fair fora macadamised road rom Belle I'nion north to intersect the (jreenoaatle and Stilesvllle pike. We need II bad enough. We meet next Sat-urday t" organize. The Hon. John Coburn is our choice for Governor; lion. John Banna rat i 'ongress it there lant room in Putnam count) "i any demand tor colored labor, there I-- room and employment for some other race of working nun. for out farm lands need a vast amount of under draining. li some good Irishman would write for their people whu are in destitue circum stances to come, we, tin-w ill trj to furnish them We will not burn their bouses. We iarpentersvllle. aliaa Nannie Brown, daughu-i rl Captain John A. Brown, died Saturday evening last, about s o'clock, of I scarlet fever. She was taken s;,-k the previousTuesditv. The funeral occur-red at Brick ('Impel Monday. Two other members of trie family are sick, probably with the same disease > No, He Won't- \ •man hnmici. The Greencastle BANNRH Is inviting the suffering people of Ireland to come to Indiana, voorheea won't ask In ■ Committee to investigate this inattei Not for Col. m- Oolambui Deinoorat. Judge N. T. Can is distancing all bia competitors in the race for the Con Ami In \v opes i.v honest treatment of their customers' t.> not only retain all the old, bn1 ;i<l<l many iew one* to their large trade. Mr. J. W. Beck will remain writh us fur at least one year, and ill sruarantee as good, if not better, treatment to the trade than he has ever shown, and hopi to Bee a ll his old friends at the old stand. In order to make room for the New Spring Stock we will slaughter all the stock on hand until -A-IE9^! All tin- present stock mn intend to do. Comeant1 •l go out at sonic Bee H-. Mid 1st., . We hall a< ieeo. Ivertise nothing that wedonl AT BECK W. CORWIN & CO., Sc TDtjivxrsTXisrQTOisr's OLD STAND. JOUES' AUT GALLERY. The undersigned, for Mais an employe in first-class art naileries.the last three years being apent In Cincinnati, has bought the lU'sllim AIM" i.Al.l.i-.lti ol Miiseitv. and l»-gs to state that he is prepared to do all kinds ot work in the very best manner. Satisfaction guaranteed in every ease. Thepatroiiageol Hie pub-lie is respectfully solicited. R. T. JOIIJES. i. ■ i] ARNER'S MULHOLN & HANNAS MAMMOTH FURNITURE STORE. Has just received a complete stock' including the FAMOUS FOLDING LOUNGES. my coin— base been dilleri'iit. Just one week ago to-day i colored man came to our town on foot and without money. This created some stir. and certain personsbegan right awaj to raise money to send him backtoKeu-turkv. lie promptly let them know that he did not want money, nor dM lie want to go back; that ii was work he wanted. Alxuit this time mj ion John, who hi a single man, came up, and someone in the crowd said to him. "Yon profess to be a friend to the poor negro; now.show your hind." lie took bin. to the house Of his brother. Win. 11). McCoy, who lives on my farm on which the barn was burned, where he found work and a place to staj till he could see around. Yesterday he went to in' house some three and a hall miles tioni town, where he will perhaps remain till some good man wants Ins labor. The man gives bis name na Itichard Morton Johnson. He is ven quiet ami orderly, a good worker, and is willing to take hold of any kind "i term work. Me is an able-bodied ! man, in the prime of lib-, some tort) years old, lias 0 Wife in Kentucky , but no | children living, Borax sal have formed acquaintance, I can commend him as a good man and Intelligent. I have been a tax-payer In l'utnam county over forty years, and shall ex-pect tins government I have so long IICI|MM| to support tO protect luc and III> luop.-iiv from further incendiaj Ism, while I shall try lawfully to assist the helpless and down-troiliieu of w hatev er color. J. 0. MCCOY. say: "Dan, have you ever made peace with your God hrw sins, the many -in--, v.ui committed by aiding the lie-hell ion. thus causing thonsands of giMm men. both North and Smith, to lose their lives?" Near Mi. Meridian. Saturday after-noon, alxiut .t o'clock:, while Edward l'ishcr s wife W8S standing on a chair arranging things on the inaiille. her clothing caught lire. She ran into the vard crying for help. Mr. Wisher hurried toner, bul arrived only in time to me hei lolling on the gioiuiil with her clothing literally burned off. Her bod) ami limbs were burned Into a crisp. She was unconscious until 6o'clock the next morning When she died. She leaves a family of small children, and husband, who have the deepest sympathy ol the community. A three-year-old daughter of .lames Mil 'aiiiuiack was sovcielv burned the same evening by fallingagainst a red-hot stove.burning her face and head. It is thought that she will recover by proper can. REMEDIES II 'e arc al.so prepared to promptly attend to ' or Bristol's and th* UI*-I WMmtr'i Hmlr KM.., \JJSFx> 3Kx* ic jtVsex 3\r«s IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. It is our intention to keep on hands' men! of Mods in Putnam count]. i ad in '|!i:tlity and prices. tin- itin-t extensive Baser! we guarantee satisfaction 1 -vtf. LOWEST CASH PRICES! *Jr DRI'liS. PAINTS. (ULS, VARNISHES, : - r.iusiiios. WINDOW GLASS, COAh ; OIL,Dn Sn FFB, LAMPS, LANTKRNS. ; rSTATIONERY, COMJW, Bitrmnw, die,, a JOJVES BRSJG STORE. Warner s Safe Kidney and Liter Core. /Y>rrrsTf7v Pr (Yttiff't ffl/l-vv '*»"■' A \■'■<•■! Jii" nn-paratlun and the enlT aearei r. in.st* in I'..'* fl.1 for llrlKliI • !>.<.• -SM-V l>i..l»el«« nntl .%l.l. Kldiirj . Llvrr, «r.J I rlsjsu-7 IUS-TWM-. r. ■" 11—urtn. .\A,- -»l IhcM-lii.l ii;-r,:. | - • uT ItHVSf* <-I:it' iin-'il* ■*TFot thcnin-of IMabet#«, call fur War nrr'itUK- IHa'ii ir- 4'nrr. ••5* For tilt! cure dlw Has, mil for anil Llterfarp. WARNERS SAFE BITTER?. It U ' Hloosf l-nrillrr. ..- '■ -:.i .' - a fvry fiairtiun to morv bralthful artlon, au4 1% thuta ■'■• -1- r, i in Kll tiiMNi>.'^ It .x■' Hornfulons >m ! ' -*Uln '"'JK llftna :md DiWit-m, lucludin*; <■ sierra. C*» €*e-e-», ftnl > A her "tores. Ik» MN |*al*», WmlinPMnrthr •*torn»«•!». I niisli|iMli»M. DIHIIIIH t.cm ml It* hll* It.*, Mc„ »r.-1 BM by Ibe Nil' it 111« i« It la t. *,•-■]n *i« -1 .««hBtii app**lner un<l r> filial I MBK*. UuiUfiof luo IIM . prtaM, *>Vr. nod HI.*MI. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Qnirkl) .'iv.-lleilan-l ftlrrp t<- tb<- .ulP MI.SB rur<-4 Hi-adiMtir RI.-I ^rurnlsjln, prrvenfl Kfftl i< pi |i- Mi**, ...ii.i rHIrve- Nrrvusaa l*rs»a> IntllfHl brotu;tit uu b) eti*"-M»ive dr.iik. OV«f. work, mi'UtssI -I. 'k'. fcxi'l other ( * ■-■ • I'uwarful aa 11 la to atup pajn and - ■ ■ '•• ■' ■* turK<-d Nvrvfla. It D«Tvr injtit>« ib>< aybteDi, *>iiHtb#r i.iken in oruail or larie <:-*•■ Uutllnaof twomiM; piicea. Mr. and $1.00. WINER'S 8AFC PILLS ■ << m lunnrdlate »nd aetivv atimi la« for i. rt- Cofllleaaesa. l>np«pala, III-Utimni BtUAUt M»r ra*a Malar11 T . i aa4 Aiu aiol ■ ' 1 bf uv^i w hfin'\ »-r l he bvwelai do u t «>pi rate freely and n-ftiii.rly. %m MWr I'liu r-.|. - • ->s .•.■II *...-. for 1h,....«h •tirfe. I-. -. «b - i» * Wi. *•»•-.-■■ hat* k» wJ<• • ara NH ht I"H(.i-i- k U-aUn H."rl.Wafne'f&Co., I'rssrMsrs, R0CHK8TKR, H. 7. C /"Nawl '<■' rn-pKi-t M« T>»tasa—tah. TorUd LlT*r NQ<1 ( ir H ' CU*t $AM Ijnii i sari NfviNi SAfl Plus 'K?AD! S^ REDUCED PACKAGE RATES Detwpon 3.600 On <-,•» of this 00. In N« Engirtnu. Middisnnd Wetio'i Siniaal Si to offlca* of nt.iny al I Oonnocilna; Lin MONEY CUDRINCV AND COL". l'uckagea not exceeding S30, I tic .... S40, 20c SBO, 28c J.arg< nmt in mwh assHv i/rvpvr<*»>- MERCHANDISE. laaajl ••* Btjkaa) fSaaaa, laaaStoa i. Maaaak Paciagai not eioaading I ll>. 25c. I 4n>-.2B»"OOc 7&<'-30c. 6 • 2B<<>75c. 5 t.. 46c. I 7 " 28t.>| I. ;U. \ PRINTED MATTER. BOOKS, nn>l oih.r mnlH-r, fl-.lla.n j.t-tn*. or-dMM ft ."", or MBl bjr.lloalTB, *C , est-PAfD a lu«_l8c. 31ba. 20r. 4H'< 28c. OBDESS JOB VI BIIIASINd tOOIIS Left with any Apntof lhl«(". "Illl.c pro! tpajMed, wakmtt amaa -, nilwr than the ordinaij for oarrylag I Iw foaSa. Send y.ur Hoaef a>t.<l Pateula hy i:- , chenpeat :.<,<) quickeat, «Uli poaHIyi••ourlty. Wa. ''. 1 >U(ii>. I're.'l. E. \V. HiLBOURNE, .>g*u ■i iuo-40 tillmore- 'iTiis plaes has jn-.t ivMrwd tltmngli an i-vcitliix week. KJrsI weliml n sinn- Ihiglirokeii iih liy hail whisky. Then came I he sale lilastillg, in which I he town tVHS shaken up, with the haltle which followed iii the attempt to capture the thieves. The following day was ipeut in the trinl of the raptured man, ami his being taken to jail at (.recniasth iMnillK the name cl,i\ , team rail oil with him. lit I them imt was unable, and after receiv-ing severe injuries by the wagon pass-ing over him lie let the horses go. Chej Hoon got loose fi the wagon and were caught two miles north of town. .1. W. Bridges has moved into his new house, and Whealer Wright has iiom;hi the mill. All these thiiiL's took place in one week, i'es, and then was a III "in town, too. We have a livcU plai e. Y. i> little sickness about here now. |<r. All N.ny sa\s il the man who ax* elmugwd hats with him the da) of the trial will come aromiil. he will talk to him about two minutes. M. II. Ilelllev makes B hitter tlUM than .-7i'.of. Marlon Township. Joel F. Cox. the young man that got his hands HO badly burnt in trying to save his sister's life, Is doing rjuiie well. The fox drive last Satimlay was a success. The game was one fox, and rabbits in abundance. When the ring liecame quite small, tin- u<\ broke through ami some one made a wild shot at it. ami two ol the shot struck a willllg man mailed Wallers in the lace. I togs ami gum should not be allowed at siu-h a place. W. (.. Bridges1 stolen goods were found at the straw-stack, where be l.ii unit be two men whom be let go. lie -lioiilil have searcheil the Stock before releasing them. The man who was round hi the corn-shock was bound over to the Circuit Court in the sum of $fiOD. Wheeler Wright bas bought one ball of the Fillmoie mill ami bas rented the other half from the former owner, Sir. Bodenhainmer. John Hmlsoii. who has been teaching school near Valparaiso, is at home for a rt time, lie will return to his scl I t three weeks. Henry Evans moves this week for the !.,i West. Kelson Todd. his wife and Silveatei ' moved this week t" Morgan coun-ty. .i. II. Bagan is visiting the Hot in lags in Arkansas for Ilia health. Chicken i»>\ ami measles are preva-lent, The oldest dog knownol In this town-ship died last week, lie was nineteen wars old, and was the property of II. C. Ridpath. Ml Meridian. Mack J.mi-s is HI tlM spoke business. James Bourne was in town on Mon-i buying horses forth.' eastern mar kei The school at this place is In a pros-perous condition with an average at-tendance ■•! oft) pupils. The teachers are E. M Denny,ol tie advanced depart-ment, and Mrs. S. I). I.cehinau.ot tin primary department Tbej are very energetic in their work, and should be praised by the patrons of this vicinity. The advance*! department is divided into the advacci, intermediate sad primary .-lasses, AH the pupils are en-ergetic iiuU enthusiastic in liieir work. Brick (Impel. We have one of the most prosperous country Sabbath schools in the county. It is rjrsatlj Indebted to Miss Maine Allison anil .lot- Allen for its success. Five prominent young men of this neighbor! 1. all good musicians, hive organized a string band for the benefit of our Republican club, Thomas Hall is wanted in 'Squire Coiiver's court to answei to the charge ol disturbing the peace. He has left for pints unknown. Frank Hall was lined last week eight dollars for as-saulting s. E. Johnston. i.e. Priest talks ol buying the Brick Chapel store. Should hii succeed, we bespeak forbim agood trade. It Is one of the best eountrj points in Putnam countv tosell goods. <;. Al. Black is feeding five hundred bead of 1*1111' mutton sheep near this place. Our t w.i saw mills are in full blast. Miss .Maggie O'ilair is visiting friends esse l-'.step's in Waveland; Miss Matttle Jonnsoaia tried to hold visiting at Imlianapolis. Ben Singleton has Jus! returned from Illinois, and is now preparing to build a house. Il looks like tic meant busi-ness. Miss Duckie Hale, daughter of Wm. Dale, formerly ol this neighborhood bul now of Boone, Iowa, was married to Mr. Osg lot the same place, on the nth hist. May joy and nanplness go with Umm.sn the wishes of Miss Duck-iesmam friends. JetTcrson ami Mill (rook. Meeting is In progress at Baech through IS III (1 rove. Nelson Wright's horse brokf in one of the deep mud holes. Friday, ami. fulling, pitched Mr. Wright off hurting him considerably, while it is thought that the horse is so strained that he will be of no further UBS. Ill-was a valuable horse, (five us free gravel roads instead ot such mud boles The gentleman who is interested in tin-chiin hes HI Jefferson, forgot one, There are six instead of live as slated. The sixth is I'nion chapel, and Its con-gregation Christian I'nion. Rev. Dr. fi Ice is the pastor. The regular meet-ing la the lirst Satmdav in each month. MeCammack «v flhacKelford, ol Belle Union,have sold theii drugstore to Dorset! \ Ooodpasture, who intend moving it t" Mt- Meridian soon. Mrs. 1'iuit is sick. Then- was considerable excitement in Belle t'hi.HI. Momlav evening, over the teacher trying to make one of his pupils return to the room for punishment. Again we heal ol gravel roads. "Faith without works Is dead," so let then- on more work and less talk. The \oung folks amuse themselves of evenings with the old tashinneil "shiu-dlf? ^ ManhuttHn. Howard Young tried his luck on ship-ping a car load ot hogs last Week. Kill,' stoner will probahlj ship a load this week, If we have plenty of bogs we can have plent) ol .ash. 1 .1111 li. I.ee wants to organ 1. e .1 post K>f the (Jrand Vrmj of the Republic here soon. If the soldiei buys are willing we would like to meet some of them here next Saturday tin- 14th, and tall; the matter over. Sil Kentro.of Ills., was In on a llv;ng visit this weak Heath lias again visited the house-hold of John Roberts. His Fri . ,,...|.. . i..-..s 111 1 L..'\".\ wn'.'I!- presslonal nomination, and there is no "»'.•.'.' I longer any doubt but he will draw the prize. Coburn to be Nominated- Indlanapoi - Neva Al. I.. Brown.councilman, is authority for the statement that a soldiers' move inent recently inaugurated will result in the nomination of John Coin,in as the Republican candidate t..1 Governor. Well, Press Him- I 1 Ilia Republican. Hon. John llaiina was m town Tues-day, attending court. John lissnt ■ hankering to run for Congress in the present state ot this district, but we un dorstand that he can be p ntn the service il the people insist. Would Enjoy It. \II11 -.i Lf _■ . We would beg leave to ask one DIMS tion: If Senator Voorheea wan dnoere In his investigation of the cause of the Negro exodus from the south, why didn't be summons (Jeo. J. [jingsdale, the head center of the hegiraY ||,. would eniov a free trip to Washington jm>t as liiurh as though be were .1 Democrat ami didn't know anything about the exodus. Pre.ionl. Arms! CrawfordenlU Joora , The Indiana Asburv I'niversitv has a 1 email- military eompanv, comprising fort) members. la-t's see. (ireencas-tlc was the point, We believe, when- I college professor became so grossh "t fendedatthe breviti ol the upper part of Mrs. Seott-siililoiis' dress. But. horror of horrors! A female military company right in that professor's col-lege Present, arms 1 Having "Fun-" In.luii ma) . I.mrn,.l. Air. James Miller, the deputy adju-tant general is happy. He hasreceived a letter from fit-neral Russ. one ol the "exodus witnesses" summoned to Wash-ington, in which that gentleman tells ot the glorious ir I time lie has lieen hav-ing al the Capital at the expense -it I'ncle Sam. and adds. "I'll In- home \u a day or two, but before 1 comeback I will arrange it so that You get sum-moned as a witness. Tlien you can have your fun." Aristocratic Democracy. -• ti The Democratic press is getting to IN aristocratic. It used to be the ( man's friend, but now it denounce! a I i.ii-uii- WIKI have to toil for their dailj living as paupers. The laboring penple will not forget these ungenerous thrusts when the next ejection eomes. The grand old Republican part) Is the pool man's true friend. It never turns any empty away, hut divides its last. With the Worth) but unfortunate | 1 Next to Railroads- TVrra Hauls Etprwa. Next to railroads no public lmprOVS> tnent is more iinlis|»-nsible to pros|ierity and public convenience than good coun-try roads and highways from one sect on In another. In a strictly local poll view it is a question whether the lattel are not as valuable as railroads, Certain it is that a full degree of prosperit) can not be attained without well Improved roads which cm lie traveled with fa ty at all seasons ol the year, euah J ganleners,dairymen, farun rs.antlotl producers hi pass backwards and «.mis in winter and eui I) spring as ive 1 as In summer or autumn*, and to can*) in 1 once t.i market and inerchu home. The Freedom of the Negroes in the South. \ .I.. : Hi • A telegram from Vtlanta afewi ago announced that "two menengagi t without license in enticing Negroes !: Morgan county. (Jeorgia, to so 10 sissippi. were arrested and lined sr,o and costs, under tile stringent State -iw against such practices, We have reflected on the information contained in the above telegram at 1 cannot sec the wisdom of the"stringei I law against such practices, The aa ended to prevent the emigration ol Vegroes; divested of Its circumlocutory wording it is for the purpose and '. iiigelse. _ The gravel road boom is increasing. There are men who would rather be v lowed with disgust than b< 1 L The Indiana supreme court 1 1 daughter I ed that at delinquent tax sales, no I .1 Alice, aged -I years, died last Friday 1 for less than the entire amount d 1 morning with consumption. He bas I taxes, penalty and aterest can baao-the sympathy of the entira^rnrmmity. oapted. His younger daughter Belle is artlictc In Bartholomew count), aftei .1 I ill with aver) sore leg ami is qnlta kaoM ami walks with a cane. John W, Wright's littl« daughter Elsie bas six grandmothers; that is. two grandmothers and four great-grand mothers Who can equal or beat tbatV If an) one can. we would like to hear from them next week ^ -» aw A carload of exodusters went to Vlgo count) Saturday. Five liuudrsd raon aie wanted in that cuunty. trial of iron and wooden been determined to adopt the wooden bridges It is claimed t..i them the las' as long, and di St as iniicli mone) b) hall as brhlges nuuti iron. The Vew York //' relief fund with a contributiot I un' 1 his is nearl) halt .is mi 'li as all Kngland hi for the cause up u» the preaenl Uiae. \ V
|Title||Greencastle Banner, vol. 28, no. 7, February 12, 1880|
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VOL. XXVIII. GREENCASTLE. IND., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1880. NO i.
W. CORWIN & CO.,
Have taught out tin
The Greencastle Banner.
THE TORCH AGAIN !
Ya/.oo lromocrac) Kiiinpant.
Cl.i)\ BRDALK, Feb. 1". 1880.
Editor KAN N KH — Knowing then-
Dry Good And Carpet House of Beck & Dannington,
Tlif most succcrirtful tirni in T 11i-i County, and \n
ami inililic favor. Imt u il
1 not only keep np the stock
attempt to improve the
I QUANTITY and QUALITY.
would be niiiiiy and varioui reports .>t
tin-1i.ini burning last night. I conclude
to give the facts BO far as I am able
from under my own hand:
The farm on which the barn at 1 la
one-half milesouth of town. The burnt
burn was a double-log barn, with feed-way
through tin- center; sheds on each
• side full length of barn. This barn was
I some two hnndred yards or more from
the other buildings! and waauaedfbi
stock and hay exclusively, then being
a Hnelot of haj In It when burned, but
t<» its usual merit j neither live stock nor Implements, the)
iili being at the othei barn. I did no!
I know until the building was burning I will help pa) their passage here, and if
that threats had been made against any Voorheea attempa to Investigate the
one Introducing the flnt "nigger" into matter we will whisper in his ear ami
Cloverdale township; had I known it 1
dun t know lull that in\ course would
Belle I nimi.
Tin- IIANNKU goes like wild-lire
through t ti i-* community.
»;. Knl|iatli is teaching a good school
here, considering surrounding diaadvan
The citizens of this vicinit) think the
IiroBperl Is fair fora macadamised road
rom Belle I'nion north to intersect the
(jreenoaatle and Stilesvllle pike. We
need II bad enough. We meet next Sat-urday
The Hon. John Coburn is our choice
for Governor; lion. John Banna rat
it there lant room in Putnam count)
"i any demand tor colored labor, there
I-- room and employment for some other
race of working nun. for out farm lands
need a vast amount of under draining.
li some good Irishman would write for
their people whu are in destitue circum
stances to come, we, tin-w
ill trj to furnish them
We will not burn their bouses. We
aliaa Nannie Brown, daughu-i rl
Captain John A. Brown, died Saturday
evening last, about s o'clock, of
I scarlet fever. She was taken s;,-k the
previousTuesditv. The funeral occur-red
at Brick ('Impel Monday. Two
other members of trie family are sick,
probably with the same disease
> No, He Won't-
\ •man hnmici.
The Greencastle BANNRH Is inviting
the suffering people of Ireland to come
to Indiana, voorheea won't ask In ■
Committee to investigate this inattei
Not for Col. m-
Judge N. T. Can is distancing all bia
competitors in the race for the Con
opes i.v honest treatment of their customers' t.> not only retain all the old, bn1 ;i