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Tii tn'MRlrM .iru DrcvaiHti!:. in Anson
.GjnigIJ iu 'Xcwbcrii ou Tutlay, at
A horse fell hi the streets of Oxford and 1
broke its ieck. ' ... , : , .
Kcr. tvfji. veil iixtui m v".i-v' ,
hj?.. t... ;.. i
to-morrow night. n
I Revenue collections
have Uctiucu i
last mgnt m licigu.
The Synod of the Moravian C lunch,
S&Q J wt&i 0-t Halem in May.
I The' Mischianza was to have been k-
ilcated in Newborn last night. V
i ...' t, m. r i I u', x-
In addition to measles, ami .ij.;...vfu
Greensboro has the mumps, too ;
Dafjo county ha3 just sent in one it-
cruit,. colored, lor railroad -work. I,
.WfiM lii" has been elt eicl
f5Brgcou of the Kim City Killemcn.
tjt, vw.uw - o I
I Th Wadcsboro . Dramatic Assnnn-it ion
will entertain ou'tle 2Cd and 21th hist;
The total cost of the fence which sur
rouQd'Mccklcnburg county will be about
Cfffrfcucelas been invited to address
the colored Bucket Company in Kalvigh
oftftftrtV May. ! I
I Ono Raleigh dealer sold 10 ban els of
kcrowno ou Tuesday, and yet the papers
continue local I for more light. '
Johu tJf. Aldcrson, a noted rei;son
coanty desperado and thief, has been
caugnt in irguua aim viu uc ituioi
lionpd bv fior. Vance.
Wwkm ASH says: The re- ;
if uteCTero weather has not damaged- the j
truckforma in this vicinity. Mr. Khem
! TheiVadcsbuio Herald says : Sonic
vjllaii aUemptcd; to throw the Western j
bound train oil' the track neari tho depot
last Friday; by prizing up the "hog," and
placing a rock uudcr it, and their attempt
wonld bare 4 becu attended with success
had it not been for the fact that an "extty."
tiu jpaascd oyer it going cast,; thus bend
ing in downward on a line with the rails.
iTiM Ilalciirh .Obscrccr says: The
heaviest bnow storm of the winter, visited
Morganton on Friday last. A gentleman
whoJTCCMt place yesterday informs us
,tbalhe Biountains are covered with snow,
something very uuusual for this season.
Uc aaya the'snow was much heavier than
that of January 1st but it oulyi remained j
oil the ground, except on the mountains
a -few hour. The peaches aud Irmt
crop generally were uninjured.
; The Raleigh Xcics says : Mr. Frank W.
Clark, of Xorthville, Michigan, arrived in
this cilr yesterday afternoon. He is an
exfert In the artificial propagation offish,
andvas' luch is sent hither by the United
State Fish Commission for the purpose
of euggin5.ia the batching of fish with
which to rc-stock the rivers of 2sorth
CarclinaJ jlllaviug luul a conference with
Gov. Vance and State Geologist Kerr,
Mr. Clark will proceed to-day to make
the necessary hatching boxes. The lirst
experiments will be made in the Xeusc,
near KinjjtQDj. the Roauoke,' near Wcldon,
v andsonWwrheTe on the 1'ee Dee.
..fltoY Kdcigb tefe: lie
resignations of Messrs. R. I). .Jones, Chas.
B. Cole,' Andrew' Williamsand J. B. llob-
good, aa' Commissioners of Crauvillc
countywere received ;. at the Governor's
oflico yesterday. Our Oxford concspon
dcut throws some light on this extraordi
nary jkrocecding." He says: "Four out of
thf five county commissioners tendered
their: rcsiguatious to the Governor on
Monday. The fifth, a colored gent, said
he couldu't sec it; 'Tis s:ud tliat they did
so lo keep from taking Mooru's bond as
sheriff, and to kep Succ4, the present
sheriff, in oflicc. Jt is aj-so said that
Mauly B. Jones, Treasurer,, is behind
$3,750 on the school fund, and has been
sued,, he and his boiKbincn, .for the
I The Raleigh Xctrs &yy. It is stated that
1 the old board of directors of the Insane
I Asylum arc opposed to yielding to their
successors; - It will be rememberal that
tljic ground upon which a new loard was
upjHjiaJLed'was that the terms of themcni
; ttia of tlic" fonrnMP DiMnI .halv expired by
' liiuitaiiou or by the failure of the Senate
to confirm. Tlw old lK;ird, however,
r maintain that they arc entitled to n ta'u
possession of tlieir ofikts until the time
ahall arrive for the new board to lake
thtir places under the recent at of Assem
bly,' to-wit: the 1st day of March, 1878.
Ti 'what extent the old board will g hi
their cppo8iliou is not .known. They
may rebut by legul mciins. or may con
teutthemsres with surrendering under
fic . .. .. .
TneiakigU ' T5 says : police nas
been itcTTCd uwn Mar Johu Hughes, -of
Xewbcrn. to appear aud show causo why
he should mH. be removed fr.j.n hc re
ecivcrship of th-j Atlantic & N'urth Curo
lioas Railroad, it being represented that he
"is not a .proper person' to exercise the
futtCtfani of uaid bHicc. The order is
maA returnable before His Honor, .Judge
AY-.A. Moore, who. is now holding, court
in one Of tlw counties of the district in
wbiclJ lie "Atlantic & North Carol ir
lUiiroail ,ii situatciL This action Uo
not,' ocoqrsc, adbct the cnl'r of .Judge
Cox appoiutiug a receiver. That has al
ready )joae to the Supreme Court ou ap-.lc-al,
but, a rfAerfbcius trw creature of
a courtiaTiablc to removal at any tiioe
lijftbVsarttd , power at the h.nds of which
This iiliitUriJond correspondent of the
Vetthlfnrg Tmte-'Jpixwl fciyt: liolert
lkkth, of YayueslP, X, C.,a boy about
cmects to nather irardcu icas nc
I'o5 ; ' . , , , i ! trustw.-rthv authoiit the prospects ior
LSuuUay, night negroes entered he ( whcut;ul,! oat ca sare morc-llatcriug
lodge -room ot the Cood le nph rsa C laj-. - Q xvhilc tUat
torr,' Johnston county, and robbed it off f tok is equally favorable. The
papers, bibles and a number ot other , - f t cuttoll .cro,jS ia
i'.ve!ri"yeirsor age, ran away from lipuwv
with Forepaugh's circus and U in the city
now but will leave lo-nigM -with itc
elephants. Last niglii he sought lodg
ing at the- 3d' station-house and was
successful and this morning was brought
before the police justice. It appearing
that he had no father or mother,- had
fallen in love with- the circus and had
been well treated by the n.cn, lie was
discharged and went .back to tlic circus.
Another Uv, seven years of age, has
been found "at Klh'i IV Hodgson s, J.sqw
.... i!w I'.i.w.k turnnike. He can
I V Jt I a f' " - , . A
give n-. account of nmscHy cans iiimseii
"... ' . . 1 t
-sunny and sayi hi mhiw ... .u
i ana. i'u.-juo n- v.- -
' run awavfrom-their parents to y-m
The sch-KMiiT John L. Crane, plying
between Xerleru aud Hyde county, had
. S,M,,0 durinc the recent sale.
'j The N'ewlnirn AV.&'Atc. says:; .OuThurs-
! t.lv ,jii,t the Crane, With Capt. Hunt,
his ruate, a lady passenger and three col-
: ,rcd men oil board, was anchored at
, Urant Island, when the gale came up ,
with bitch force as to cause the schooner to
I aAt- ler anchor for some nine miles the
j c 1(drting wbcn ofT the mouth of Bay
; Kivcr Saturdavmorni lig , after which Capt.
Hunt llCad his Schooner for Broad
j (j,- and reached the laud somo time
uluring the day. While the schooner was
weathering the storm she sprung aleak
i and it required constant pumping to Keep
, . T
her alioat, the wind being so tcrnlic as to
strip the cluthing from the men at the
pump. Capt. Hunt : vas .washed ovcr
hoanl tlnoe times, -fortunately grasping
portions of the rigging and dragging him
self back on deck. His coat, containing
$210.00, was stripped from his back, and
engulfed in the foaming waters. He con
siders his escapo anil that of the vessel
and crew as a miracle. The. vessel on
several occasions -was almost completely
buried beneath the water. Capt Hunt
says he discovered a large number, of cat
tic which were drowned in the marshes.
Thfi Stalcsville Lam'imuL says ; Judrr-
in" fnim iho. i) resent favorable aspect of
. "- . i . i .v.. :n
' . ' i ' -
various -lys in tins yicmiiy , j.ei .s m
be more prolihe than for several years'
previous. 1 a tho o .unties ,.f , A exauder,
! Iredell .anil Wilkes, it is slated by most
promising: there will be a decrease, in
the acreage ct last year, ot more than nvc
ncr ccl-jt (l!f f,rintr,--and, probably;
twenty-five per cent on the latter. A
carcfi fiirtucr-has estimated to us, that
the ain,- in the acreage ct wheat, over
that of last year, will exceed fifteen per
cent. Thy decrease in acreage of cotton
will bo olf-sst by an increase in that of
tobacco. The usual acreage of cereals
lint tnuti',ncd abore. excentinc: rv. will
hold their own, while an increase in that
of cane fjr making molasses will; by
ten per cent., exceed the decrease iu rye.
More than usual attention has been g'ven
stock-rai?.ingf esnecially in Alexander-iand
Wilkes. .Notwithstanding, the lavorable
- K C '
condition oi c rops, merchants complain
that the amount of fertilizers sold this
rear -i.s astonishi;i'ly smaller lhan .that
of last year at this time. -
f quarterly Meetings
I .Second "round of appointments fvr tin
Wilmington i!striet of the Methodist K.
Church South, w made by Kev. V. S.
Black. I'i Coiling F.lder:
Whiteville and Waccaiuau"
Mission, at Wayman. . . .'.April
Wilmington, Front Street fay
Topsail, Herring's Chapel... .'May
Cokes bury and Coharrie Mis-.
Clinton, at Johns' -n's ('hapel.May
Ke-i msvij le. .
lop Atkinson's Appointnieiits
for Iiis Spring Visitation. .
St. 1 tike's. Washington county... April
St. David's, " "anf
Sunday after Faster. "'"
St. -'.Tamos. Ueaufort county
St. I!yd' county,
Sutiilav after Faster
Fairfiild. IlV.Vcouuty.-. . . .
" i C
ZioiF' 'iilKt ii
Iltaufort count v
Trinity Church. Scotland Neck,
Sunday after Ascension. . ...
Collections in 'behalf of Diocesan Mis
sions will be made at each place.
1877 ' TUF 1877
PiiulKlutt in i'ctfisiHirfr, ., Is oS-voU-d lt
vnrront iH Ws, local ami frolaii: tlix.'iissiu
of io.liticl ami social Uh ;uiil n In aiui
IV.-.rloss lulvtx-jicv of tin; rights nml interests
of tin- coU Its ciMniiicrclul reports an
bnc.l'u)on actnail transiu-tunis, ami n,ay 'e
rclitl iimn jis swe.unifc. Tlwianirst jotirrtHl
istic takm of tin tat i- in its -h1oj; a
vigilant and iTlla)le corisor(ijrn"irmIv4s
oMitributc tin latfst iii-s ami pip fnm
nil important vntrts, nml no ellort Is sjxired
to make it a lirst-class fanxily ncwX4rr.
jr- The. I mlex-A pica 1 kzx a largercity and
country cirtMiLntion than any other jxjier hi
Southside Virginia, and the largest cirvuta
tioa tu .North Carolina of any Virginia pper
NCRscJurriox : .
DAILY oncycarl - - .- - PI 00
" six monilis - -'- ; (W
tliro nim-itliv i' ' en
j " ne month -. - -' to
I WEEKLY (one year) ... $j ui
fcix moatlis - -' - i to
AH orders for sulwcriptloii must be accom
panied by the cash.
Cluts of six will be furnlslictl at the rat" of
$.1 per annnm. i , !
.Scud for spocini.-n copy. I
I S' DEX-AITEA Ii PL'a CO..
The Camden Journal,
ItULISilED erery Thuoar, at Camden,
. S. C, ii the oldest-established paper in
Kershaw county, and has an extensive circu
lation among the Merchant?,. Farmer and all
classes of business men in the county, j
It offers to the Merchants of Wilmington a
desirable medium for ad rer Using", the country
in which it circulates, being connected iritli
that city bTsteame" on the Wateret rifer,
nd the Wilmington, Columbia and Augtuta
m Liberal terms will be in ado with those de
siring to adrertise; Subscription price $3 69
per annum. Address r
PRAXTIIAM 4 HAT,
JmIUoti and Proprietors. ;
Ars:x. 193 P. M. J
SrmiTS TURrEXTENE-Iarkct quoted
quiet at cents. Bales of 50 casks. City Li-
tilled, at 29 cents per gallon.
ROSIN Market quoted steady at 51 fl5
$1 4 j. tales of 4jy)0 hbls trained atj
$1 41 per 1bl.
CHUDE TUItrENTINE Market quotcili
quiet at $1 25 fof Hard; f2 10 for Soft anifi
$2 ."50 for Vlrgui. 3alcs at quotations.
TAR Market quoted steady at SI 1" let1
bbl. Bales at quotations.
COTTON Market finotriLst. :itlv. .aics ofi
41 ljales on n,bajis of H;; cents. The follow
ing are the official quotations :
Good Ordinary 3-t Ct utd
Strict Good Orduiarr. 10
Loir Middling.... ,". 10i "
Middling.... M 10; "
Bteamer North State, Greeny r'ayetb
Worth & Worth.
j SU-arucr Uuderhill, Piatt, Suiithvillc, O.G
Schr Mary Augusta, Holt, Ikoth Iay, ?b
for Savannah in distress.
Steamship 1) J l'oky, Pii'v, i;;Utiui'iv, .V
Steamer North State, Green, EayetteviIU
"Worth fc Worth.
Steamer Underhill, Piatt, Smithvillc, O C
Tarsloy fc Co.
.Nor barque Hera, Grom-n, stHtiu, H'k t
Mebatie;'ear. by Anderson y J.m-b. jf
'Stettin Nor baruiie Hera J,17-3 bbfs ioyhs
List of Vessels iii Port , 18th Aprii;
'- f ' 1877. .
Kcirulator, Aui, HI? tons, Doanc, A D Cuzau.r
V J Foley, Am. 551 ton, J'.ice, A D Ozau.c
Hera, Xor. 224 tons, Groon, Vick" & Mebau ?
Lydia Pesibau. Gcr. 403 tons, Fetb tor,
E Pcscliau & yeEteriuau:i
Willielai Kc:lwir,Gur, 3'J7 tons, Bumeiiter,
E Pcschau & Westerinan i
Frvr. No'. 20 tons, ilalvorsen, R 1J Jleidu
Foreote, Nor, 'Mill, Christcnseii, ; '
St. OIaf,Ner, 283 tons, Haiscll,
Senior", Nor, 32U touts Ton nc--on, ' " '
Henrick, ( in below) Nor, lbjcn,
Hiraia AbilV, Am,-32? tons. Urouii,
a 11 ciiaabourn A ip
.Viletu?. .or. 2l?, Ul-cn, Alex Siruut & son
liultic, lr, 13S ton, brmlon,
Alex Sprunt &. Son
I)ar. Nor, oil tons, Jobscn, K Jv lleid
Faunic W Johnson, Aui. 205 tons, Cullin,
1 Harriss & llowcll
Albert aaou. Am, 285 tons, Rose,
- Harris & Howell
Ida M Eldriire. Am. 329 t-as , Fhhcr.
llarriss & Howell
Susan Sr tu, Aui, 110 tons', Merry, .Master
Ella II Rarnes, Am, K0 ton, Harriion, "
Maiion 1' Cliampltn, Am, tons, Frcejnan
O G Parsley & Up
I, i Jvjwjj, Am, oil uns, Jl upper,
, J it cuadDourn x Clo
Pallie Mair, Am, 25i tons, Powell, J LLippitt
J I' Wrmau, All), 108 tons', Hand,
G G linker A Cl
Nellie F Saw rcr, Am, 2SG tons, Hall,
Jcs II Neft
Traveller, Am, 172 tons, Hod-es, Jos II Nell'
lieu y A. irowel', Am. h tons, btransre,
' . G O Barker & Co
Crcar h'oda Li'.-uit,
, Criip Mi'k Craci crrf
Xic-Nacs, Glen Cove
an I Cliarcoal IJiciuIc.
Fresh Goods crcrv Steamer ai:d Train.
chas. mm & en.
5 6ib North Front Street.
UK IMG HAMS WKIGH
FIVC TO K1G1IT l OUNDSL
Sold bu'y by us.
CHAS. I). MVIiUS ,v
: ajd 10 5 A 7 North Front M
Imported ' Mineral Water?
Rteiu Wines and Claret.
II A: M. TOLLMAN'S UKLKI'.KATKD
IMPERIAL VIHE VINEGAR.
Nonnariel Picklioj Vinegar, also, Non jarie
: Cider Vincrr Orders, solicited.
W. .1. RL 1 1 . MANX, Broker.
zA 17 Lijfitts Row, South Fient rt.
Nl SLVENSPRINGS MASS
ply of ecli recriretl by Exyriei this n'urnin;
burekaana Oriental M1II3 CIwet I'a tvT, lOtW
sheets iu a pacicaire it ij cenls. Will: a larm
and well SllccUdtxk of DrugL-t Sumlries
au raucT .kki?-.
JAMES C. MuiiDS,
apt 2 Third St., opposite Ciij Hall.
PRESERVED APPLES IN
' 35 CZ2X77S PEIL CAW.
Oa caa' will induce you to buy vn? Dozen.'
ONLY TRY THEM !
GEO. M YERS,
w 11 afIi3 F1XOITS ST.
folloiriaff owUtioM reprctent
Kmall orders higher prieet hart to b chtrgeo.
BAGGING Gunny..... 1 x
Double Anchor. I y 13
Doublo Anchor A"
Standard Domestic.... J i
BACON North Carolina,
Ham?, y lb....
Shoulders, V &
Sides, V lb-...f .......
Side?, V lb
Dry Sal ted
ides, V ft
BEEF On the hoof
BAItltELS Suirita Tur;entiD
Second Hand. each.......... I 75 2 00
New York, each 2 00 & 2 60
New Citr, each 2 00 2 10 ;
BEESWAX V ft... 28 30
UlllCKS Wilmington, 8 00 10 00 f
Northern 00 14 0? -
BUTTER North Carolina B 18 & 2i
Northern, f? lb
CANDLES Sperm V
Adamantine, V set
Northern Fact)rjr, fi...
Dairy cream, ff lb
State, V lb.
COFFEE Java, J Jb
Kio, y Jb
Laguara, y lh...
CORN MEAI V bushel....
Sheeting, 44 y yard.
Yarn, y bunch
Mackerel, No. 1, y bbl.. ..16 00 20 00,
No. 1, y ihb 9 50 0 00
Mackerel, No. 2, y I)bl....l3 60 00 00
No. 2, y H bbl. 7 60 0 00
Mackerel, No. 3 y bbl..... 00 00 g12 60
Mullets, y bbl 3 50 4 00
N. C. Herring, y bbl 6 00 & 8 00
Drr Cod, y & 7 0
FLOUR Fine y bbl 6 00 & 6 60
Super, Northern, y bbl... 7 00 7 60
Kxira do " y bbl... 8 00 & 8 60
Family ' ' y bbl... 9 00 10 50
Citv Jlill Super V bbl... 6 60 0 00
Extra V bbl... 6 75 7 00
Family V bbl... 8 00 00 00
" Ex. Family V bbl... 9 00 00 00
Peruvian Guano, y 2000 lbs. 70 00 00 00
licugU's Phospbate " " 00 00 VO OU
Carolina Fertilizer "
Ground Bone, "
Bono Meal 44
" Flour "
Whann'a I'hosphafe '
Wando Phosphate, "
" 50 iK) 65 00
" 00 00 40 00
" 00 00 45 00
" 00 00 47 00
" 55 00 65 00
" 00 00 67 00
" 00 00 70 00
" 00 00 70 00
00 00 00 00
Wilcox, Gibb Jb Co., ma
nipulated Guano ...55 00 70 00
GLUE y lb............ 10 15
GRAIN Corn.store.V 66lbs 56 57
Corn, carro, y 56 lbs 64
Corn,ycl., y bush?! None.
Oats, y bushel 55 CO
Peas, cow, y bushl... 1 00 1 10
HIDES Green, V lb 7 8
Dry, y lb....... 0 10
HAY Eastern, y 100 fts... 1 10 1 20
North Rircr, y 100 lbs.... 95 1 05
HOOP IRON y ton 80 00
LARD Northern V lb. 12 14
North Carolina V lb 00 lo
LIME y bbl 1 10 0 00
LUMBER Citv steam sa'wd v
Shipetuff,resawedMft.24 00 27 00
Koughedge plank, VMft.22 00 25 00
V est India cargo, accord
ing to quality, y il ft.20 00 23 00
Dressed flooring,sea8oned.20 00 35 00
Scantling and boards, com
mon, VM ft ......15 00
Cuba, bbls., y cal.. A 1
Sujrar house, bhds. y gal.
" bbls.V gl .. 31
Sugar Svrup. bbls. y gal. 35
NAILS Cut?4d to 20d,Wk'g 3 25
OILS Kerosene, y gfl...... ' 29
Lard, y gal. 1 10
Linseed, y gal. 1 00
Rosin, y gal 30
PEANUTS y bushel 70
POTATOES --Sweet, y bus. 50
Irish, Northern, y bbl 4 60
P O R K Northern, city a ess. 1 7 00
HThin,. bbl 00 00
. Prime, y bbl 00 00
& 1 00
00 00 .
uuinp, l bbl... 00 00 00 00
RICE Carolina, y Jb....... 6 7
East India, y fb 00 00
Rough, y bushel 1 20 & 1 30
RAGS Country, y lb 1 J 00
iuv, rt jd
SALTtt Alum, "j bushel...;..
, Liverpool, y sack
American y sack
Cadiz 17 sack.........
SUGAR Cuba, y tb........
1'orto Rico, y fb
A Coffee, y lb
c ' y &
Ex c y lb..
SOAP Northern. J lb
SHINGLES Contract, VPI 00 & 6 00
.Common, y M 2 50 3 00
Cypress safe y M 6 60 0 00
nCypress hcarte, y M ....... 9 60 0 00
STA YES W. -O. bbl. V M.20 00 25 00
R O hhd. y E. ......00 00 000 00
Cypress, V M. .13 00 00 00
TALLOW V lb 8 l 9
TIMBER Shipping V -17 00 00 00
Mill, prime perM. 13 00 14 00
Mill, fair per M 8 60 10 00
Inferior to Ordinarr.pcrM 4 00 6 00
WHISKEY North'n, per gt 1 40 5 00
North Caro .ina. Per ral... 1 75 dh 1 hn
ouii unwasnetf.ner lb
Wshcd,' per . llr
Prime Emjient for Tear.
Less Than Four Centra WeekT-
MAKE HOME ATTRACTIVE
BY INTRODUCING THE
SAT1D.1Y BFEMG. POST,
Which fer more than So Tears has been tt t
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The Handsomest,' the Best Tone, the
SVlost Durable Pianos Jade.
Thcy are Beautiful .ttu:o Wood, Seven 'and onc-lUird Octave.-, '' yi t h ev'crv ' lw,,sai
and lujly guaranteed. Th:-ir nivderaic iicc and' uniform bltcccs lim
. , fui- theiii lliv position ol'';i.St,tn Iard. uf Kconomy. and Dunbiiifr.
Acknowledged by all Musicians to be the Best
AG K NTS WANTED
MARGHAi & SOT PMNOI
or. ROBKit r w. smith, Agent, 47 "University Place. XvWlKi
apru d ... m- :, . r,
lf th wish tf grow eg.t;ib!ei- for salf ,
Oardeniagr for Profit ! .
If jou wlih to beeumc-a -Comuierciul Florist,
Practical Florticiiltur? !
If jou wish t "Garde a i'r hiuij v.j vuly
r a" '
Gardening for Pleasure !
All by J'ct'.T Htiiderioi!..
Price SI. 5'Jfaeli, postpaid, by tuait.
Numbering 173 pages, with 1 colored plate,
o all customers of past year?, or l thor-e who
hare purchased anj of the above books : to
others on receipt of 23 cent?.
Plain i Plant or Seed Catalo-uea without
plate, free to applicant.
PETER HENDERSON' A CO..
Seedsmen, Market Gardeners and Florid
r -5 CortJandttrt. NeW York.
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Tie Great SariDs Siayiflj Mlfl-
Hon of tie' city.
W'il?? F'-WT-'.XA.S.S KHAVE
trftrt"?.- WW'b 4ono in silence
ua in me fates' ytvk too.
. jb., 1 AAtjr Ut -1 I
on these terms ii plain, as ho will know whta L
s Cotton( IMidailng) will pay lor a ton, ii0 lnal.
nakc his calculations accordiuglv. ' '',wrS
UP THIS GlJAMu JS
the use of the many thousand
-as the. MAN I V UlATJbD G lAKO is w s
.that it is unnecessary to do so. Twt
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All tLe laU'at luiiirvfajlBiiW'
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tuc org.-vns and pianos la irTufa?
Was" R-tpnl !
T all v. ho w-L-h. to parcta
GAX or PIANO . ve eiri tittup f
Raautiful. Fiaic'a aol
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Oar oalj claim to Uni.fi "
leading juasuuzfnrtrf b, f
Om Lbv Pricey
reduced to jatcti4: ii'f ri-VjV
times. Determined cut ' .
that wc fullr . . t
WARRANT FOR Fl
we invite correspondence ta MJxi
an opportunity to . .' '
we here aeei t
Our l,IANOSari-fan'Jb,i:, : !
lapoyed rrsecu tf
improveu wire: aua i-w i .
wood ncrfcctly caso
WARRANTED NO? ' u
Oar ORGANS fv!Z
modern iinprovejnents,aJ tw j
while the CASEdare o-r ,
lnairer. Second atrcst, t
CORHISH t l
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ket. Fricea Moderte3 1
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