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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY. NO VsI6. 1S8I.
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nnmmanderO. H.' Wadleigb,
14, instant. The commander reports
notidiDes.of, the rJeauette, the steamer
eDtout in 157,aby tue rew lone xir
; jyjn search ot the North Pole. ,
E-tC'ITKM EXT IN MINIXCi CIR
f CXKS IX COLORADO.
(nsTjde'fabi'i'. excitement has betn
crtatelcio mUiing circlsv in Denver,
(iiprado) bji'tjie publication of results
..,(. !n,l rl-nm 'wnrkinp a recentl r dia
V'bIUbU i o. .-- J
cowred gold hearths? lode in Summit
district, inJthai Btate. j Mining experts
lateresieu in ine -nna;'
1 j . l .fit
tilt prove the largest and
most valuable g
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o!J mine e theUnited
fuft. It cUiiiu'drthatrtbe rViull
"of .-ho aciuw
W'-rfe ir lr one lunoin
Vni 1 .'I-' Mil!
was $100,006, Jind
t is said, run as high as
Lcokvut for the tock,
be sold. '
120,000 per ton!
- Dr." Loririg U. S. Commissioner of
'Apiculture, delivered an address In
Atlanta, Ga., on statistics and the ad
jiBcement of (Agriculture in America,
60 Wednesday last. Ir. L. is au able
mn frnm f ukaiioVillst-ttll- &nd W0 h&ve
nod'iubt but what his address wps in-
itructive. Wo are delighted to see
uch.tradinz Yankees down in this
wunirj. .vve nope. iney wiu wh oju
Rip Van AViukle up.
Mr.' Edward Atkinson, uf the same
itate, one of the best posted men in the
United States j on manufacturing statis
tica, addressed the people of Atlanta,
in tbe same aat-DrLoriDg did.
Georgia U certainly to be congratula-
lion: . '! ''.-. " K ; ; . :: -
Col. llolt, President ot the North
Carolina Agricultural Fair; should see
and consult Mr.: John O. Kelly as to
the manner of ruDuing ao Agricultural
fair to make it a success. And Col.
Polk would do well, and add rery
amen to his departmentas Secretary, if
wI get lion. Jbq. II. Williamson
to gife him lessons on canvassing and
working up an exhibition. John - is
certainly an expert, and we congratu-
Ut the colored neonta on their pood
isj. , --. - j : o
wrtune in obtaining such a man for
. tM poaition of Secretary.
tev, Vanrc'w Adtlrctss lo the Col
7 T oretl Ntato Folr.
Senator Vance advised his auditors
r lay too much stress on education,
wtaleara how to work. He urged a
ewul compliance with contracts, say
5 at character and integrity. were
poor man'r caplul. Again he al
to the good feeling between the
M to his delight at the exhlbi
. and then urged his bearera to ac-
;,un,, Bot t0 bo tenant, but own
I1 1 woch such good advice and
.77 "ntinuourt applause he closed hU
Mlrible addres. Xtw$ ad Qbcrverr
Got, Vance advises the colored peo?
, to lajf too viHch t(m$ en ccfuca
p & looks as (if Governor Vance
ieatre that the colored iople
W educated. We , are aston-
tome leading colored ' man
- governor Vance' audience did
If and there . reply to him.
Vlored '"people,' la oar opinion,
'"i strive in every manner possible
cuuortn Juat a uorouj a
fWkm aa It is possible for them
Wucateryou children, colored
Xorth Carolina, and make.aen
V4 f them, able to cope with
, Do not take Got. Vance
, Wt know, and ao do yoa, that
; t h afraid that tome negro wilt
V the Utellrcloal'worU, the
f Governor Vance at aoae
rfik Ilatoo, tho cow Km Asl(-
aaUKleneral, la iiktwls an
1 and U 53 year old, and tdi
l lhvitp, .7; -;,;
trial haa V-eta postpoiicd
-aated Ou cpIasaillU 1CV
"--atsettiry laClha. ,
t OLDHAM T8. KNIGHT. ;
Some weeks ago we published a, card
of Mr. W. P. Oldham, criticising Very
severely the conduct ot Mr. James
Knight, the master of transportation of
the W. & W. Railroad, in his treatment
of his relatiye, Mr. a W. Oldham. The
charges were vcrj strong, and we said
if they, were true the aboye officer's
conduct was infamous. In fact we and
the public had a richt to expect a full
and complete answer to Mr. Oldham's
card, but up to this time Mr. Knight
has not teen proper" to make any re
ply. If Mr. Knight has any answer to
make to these charges of willful neg
lect of his duty to a sick and dyine
Kman, we will publish it with pleasure,
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free of atl - charge. - In fa t, we 'have
always regarded Mr Knight with such
high esteem that we are very much
surprised at his silence. Many of his
friends believe he cannot successfully
answer Mr. uidham a card, if tnis is
so, he is right in attempting no reply;
but we state again that our columns are
as oped to Capt Knight as they always
are to any of our fellow-citizens. Offi
cials never rise so high that they can
defythe r ub!ic, and we adie Mr.'.
Kuig.lt) to give the public through our
coiucuiiK his reason r ibis mniur 11 ne
feets ltelias dooe no wroe.
:: ;77- AjCARD.
duty we owe to humanity, and est
peoialty t thje friends of the late C. W.1
Qidham, cauoes us to make the follow
ing Mtaviuf at, aud to correct some im-pr-Ki
'i; .witl'lfu'Uy made to deceive the
public . ."'. Bridgem having repeat-.
td.v to' I t iijme of the most iufljeu
tin! vit-aS'Lit ol Wiluiiuuton, that he
bad in ventilated the reported neglect
of p. W. O'dharu on his arrival her?,
and had found no cause of complaint
against the Railroad Uomparjy and its
employees. On hearing this, we wrote
a note to Co). Bridgerson October 26'h,
as follows : "The public, as well aa the
friends of C. W. Oldham, would like to
know the result ot your in realization."
We put eight questions to him, which
he declined to answer. They were as
follows; "Did you find Capt. Knight's
statement true as regards the comforts
he furnished said Oldham to lay upon
under the sbed that night?. Did y;a
find out how.loog said Oldham was al
lowed to remain under the abed ? Did
you find out who was sent for a car
riage, what hour he was sent, and what
time did he make his report? Was the
man sent an employee of the Railroad
Company, was he a man tot be relied
on f If not an employee, was he paid
anything or promised an? pay for his
services? Did Mr. Hankins coroberate
Capt. Knight' statement made to A.
Oldham ? Would t not be well to get
seme information in regard to this neg
lectjoutside of the Railroad employee?"
On the 3d insL we received a reply
from Col- Bridgew, declining to an
swer any one of the above questions.
We are of the opiuior that Colonel
Bridgers thiuka an attempt to answer
these questions would only inform the
public that there was a neglect, or else
he thinks the subject unworthy his
We will answer some of the ques
tions as well for Col. Bridgers as for
the publi benefit. This a W. Old.
barn's baggage was not aent to- his
home that tjight, as reported to Col.
Bridgers. Neither were any ot his
friends noteed of his arrival and con
dition vn til the next morning. Neither
Capt. Knight or any one else furnished
Oldham anything to lay opoa except
the hard, floor, lie was not removed
from where he fell under the shed for
about two, hours and-a-half, - and then
by a negro named Maloy, who assisted
him to the watchman, who ordered
him put in the office on the floor. The
boy seal by Capt. Knight for a carriage
was apt aa employee of. the Railroad
Company, was not at all reliable, was
aot paid or promised any pay, and did
not get any carriage that aignV
Capt Knight states that he got a
message from . A. Oldham, -coming
through Mr. Hanhina, the watchman,
that he Oldham, would scad for him
that night. This statement proved
falae. There being no mesaa-e llher
received or sent by A. Oldham, and
Ur. UaaMaa would not eorooerat
CapU Knight' aUteatnU Had Ool.
BrUzers been allowed to rtaaio ia tvt
owa excrtent lea hours' upoaed to
the night als oa the damp groaad and
the hard floor, with ao more attention
than was snow a the aafjrtalat Old
han we are of the opinion that : the
of Cut, BtUgce, end the pahlU
toCt uU like ta knowj the fcasM.
When a lUllmad Sil gu ha
ta Clce that he' caaaet coadescead to
aaswt r tivlt qitsttes la tejari to
ccsrlal&U caii tzit tacee la V
tmpby. we tUak U Use that he
should U rtiactl at liot t the rtaxh
Wilmington, JN.C, Nov. 5,1881. '
iri W. P. Oanaday, Editor .of the
' Post : ; ,
Dear Sib You will please give the
public' the benefit of the enclosed com
munication. We applied to both the
Star and ' Review to insert this com
munication, and were refused by both.
Th ;y know their reasons well, and we
think we do too, for not inserting it.
; Yours respectfully,
. Colored Agricnltnral Eair at '
In sccordancj with a telt graph in
vitation from Bon. J. II. Williamson,
Secretary of the North Carolina Agri
cultural Association, we visited the
Fai r ou Friday. We left here on Thurs
day iiight and arrived ' at Raleigh Fri
day at noon. Was met by a commit
tee consisting of Hon. Frank Dancy,
Mayor of Tarboro, and Hon. Geo. W.
Prifce, and escorted to the Fair Ground,
whrewe were delighted to meet a very
large number of the leading colored
meji of the state, and very many whiter.
The Fair is a grand success.' In fact,
to ise the language Of every white man
who -we heard sp-aV of it, they all
jojned in; saying it was much better
than the State Fair, of three weeks ago'
1iuai r the charge of the white people.
The t xhibition of hogs, shtep, cattle
and -poultry hacever been beat some
of the finent ever exhibited in the state
am a very large number too. The hor
ses w-re very fine. Mr.- Wsrren C.
Cojtmsnof Concord, had a very hand
aoir e team, which Cannot be beat for
sty t nn-i beauty anywhere. "
7 Fi'Tai Hall vrH t-xceJingly fiue and
c'redi(ai!e.' V- lo not tt i .k that it
coiro d be excelled. 7 - - - . .
'I ne officer of tbessuciatiuu atittd
e.1 .o vrrything iu ibe very ablebt man
r e , The Prettideiit, - Mr. Juhn O.
Ks ly, Secretary, John II. Wil
liamson, Chief Marshal George U."
White, and the members of the . va
rious com-nitte s yied with each other
in naking the whole display in every
particular a grand success. - . 7
1 Ve are under obligaLiors to these
gentlemen for their many courtcdes ex
tended. " We also desire to thank Hon.
Frnk Daucy, Hon, Geo. W. Price,
Hon. J. A. Dancy, Col. Geo. W. Was
ara, Hon. John S. Leary, Messrs. I. B.
Abbot, A. V. Turner, W. G. Colemar,
E.jw. Turner, James W. Poe and
others, for their many kindnesses in
making our short visit an excecd'njly
We advise these gentlemen lo go on
in their laudable undertaking; perse
vering in their Association; make
it, as they can,-, the most suc
cessful exhibition ; ia America,
as "Well as the state. Educate
their children in the agricultural pur
suits as well as in literature. We pre
dicjt that Governor Vance and his bour
bon associates will be more surprised
in I he next sixteen yearsin the rapid
advancement cf the colored people,
than they have been in the past six
teen. On Tuesday, November Sth,
The Richmond Whig says: On the
day and date above Riven the Read-
juslera will sweep the state as they did
before us, carefully weighed and exam
ined. The Readjuster state ticket
Cameron, Lewis and Blair will be
elected by a majority of not less than
ten thousand, but whicn may be mqcn
greater all contingencies being al
owed for the estimate of 10,000. -The
aggregate majority of the Readjusters
in ithe legislative vote will not be less
than 20,000, and may reach 30,000.
We believe that we shall elect GO out
of ithe 1(MV members of tbe House of
Delegates, and IS out of the 23 Sena-?
iors iu 09 cuooru uum gnrccnaw
rial majority 10. House maiority 20. and
our majority on joint ballot SO.
We give tnese figures as the results
of our deliberate judgment, upon wide
extended information, derived from the
most reliable sources. We make ao
pretensions to be either a prophet, or
the son of a prophet; but what wt Hon
estly think and believe, we here most
seriously express and submit We have
nut doubt but that Tuesday wiu sao-
stantially verify and fulfil everything
we have here set down. Meanwhile,
let no man neglect hi duty.'
God great that there is one state ia
the south where a free ballot and a fair
count be succeaafal. MaHone, Cameron
ami their swUes will be entitled to the
thanks of the American Ualoa loving
people if they can redeem old Virginia
from the heads of the old boaiboa ball
dejters. And ahouM they aaeceed wo
know of at kt four other southera
statee that wiU fall Into line oathe
next regaUr eleeUon.
fDot lay too mch stress oa edaca
lWa.M c;rr ! ti Ckrt
"The above iatutUrg iagaagt was
usird by the dlaUegalahed Senator from
Nrth CaroUaa, la fcJaaddm tethe
ccl.rtd peeIe ai thtlr fair oa the!
diytf Novtaber, .
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ReHV;a g-avetaaital rtdietd tie
etUikii dt Ui: yt t::i,crt:,
izX it Is fsltsaiel tlry I t tJ tls
OIT ar ITOM
Ma. W. . N. Sjxlxss if -,Vail Jaj.i
THOaiZED AGENT TOV,TBX POST.: I T.
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Subscription price of the PosridaTy.
two dollars send and take it al i nee
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7 See fourth page for other localis e
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Lieutenant'Cbnlonel GraigUUtt XTiyta
eer in charge of the U. 8. improcenttt
wu in .the city on Monday and Shday
last, and visited the vmU at the ohR ifc
going to give a thorough invest' latign
to the complainti of the tilizmt C&4Q the
conduct of Aft, Bacon 4he jed&qifcJ&t
ymccr, - xie m rciurn jor mat jtvrjiv
about the "litiof Xetnber. Therefore
yoe-ehatt not publish-any fnore eptfKtrni.
on Mr? Bacon untUth tolontf J&ime
ta properly loot after the con.ptainU. j I
' " "
7 See ad. of Mr. B. F. White- He will
do all he promises." ' ' K " ' '
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Colonel O. H. Blocker- is now. at hi
home in Fayetteville, N. C. . Ak
Mr. Borneman is reliable, and he of
fers the best of meats for sale.' J
A. V. Horrell, ex-Sheriff of Pender,
was in the city on Thursday last.
Tte wife of ex-SberifF A.- B4 Blact,
of this county, died last week.
Marshal Hill, of the U. S. District
Court, wa in the city tnis patt week.
Our old friend, Irvio Beaman, of
Duplin couuty, was in the city Batur
day.;-;77,:''':v ,'.''-,: t-'"''v 7;.1'';i' H";
The l'CST Wlii hnve sir tXt-rrirlM giy
lively .:omitiuoicHuU8 in - tiif n it
Mr.. W. 1'. Uidham hai overlraulid
the machiutry oi his uiill, which is now
in first-cla&a condition for buiuies.
The sickness of Judge J. W. Brooks
prevented the holding of the U. S. Dis trict
Court in this city the past 'week.
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Cold. Don't fail, if you want a good
substantial understanding, to call and
see Rosenthal, the boot andvfenoe man.
We had the pleasure of a visit from
Mr. N. A. Stedman a few days ago, the
leading champion of the Democracy of
Bladen county. '
' The new benefit certificates for Caro
lina Lodge, No. 434, Knights of Honor,
have been received and are noirrei3y
for distribution. ', ' ' n
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher is 67 years
old. He has resigned as editor, of the
Christian Union, and will be succeeded
by Rev. Lyman Abbott. , ; .
Mr. D. Stimsoo. of Newbernwas in
the city yesterday; 7 He bad been down
to look after 1 tbe construction of the
Life Saving Station on Smith's Island.
CapU-AY, H. James, formerly of thi
city, and of the civil engineering firm
of James & Brown, is now conducting
the vlork of cleaning out the Yadkin
riverJ ; " 7-;:;',-
Col. Jno. D. Cameron has purchased
half interest io vhe State Jptrnal, That
paper will hereafter be aConducted un
der the management of 8pel!man &
Cameron. ;;-.7 -'-v'Vi'.i ,'"
A change of schedule will take place
on the Wilmington A Weldon and the
Wilmington, Columbia & Anguata Rail
roads, to take effect this Sunday even
ing, the Cth Inst. " 77 ; v ( '
Sol. Bear Jt Brothers are getting ia
their winter goods, and buyers will miss
doing their duty if they fail to viait the
celebrated house of Bear & Brothers
before purchasing. C
The last of the cargo of iron brought
here for the Cape Fear Yadkin Val
ley R. R-, but whkh was aiterwards
sold to the Florida Westers) E, 7R. Is
being shipped at this port for the latter
road. . -! "" "
Mr. James H. Ennts, the publisher
wDlplease accept our thanks for a copy
of Turner's North Carolina Al aanan
for ISS2. It is exeeedlsgTy well edited
and subatanUally bound. Tor sal by
all book aad aewa eeHera. F
Henry LjotcU was txrjrd ai TTtii
vllle oa yraierday, ia expiatlaa of tTs
murder cf Archilaas P. irCUasa.
WHUams eras mcrertd ca tie irJa
day of Jaly, ISS9, aad LovtU was eoa-
victed of the crisse oa Etpt, IHL
fLovtU said he was wlUIrj ta 9. till
he had repeated, e:& -: v
The ctaadcsl Uxzi tt AxztxUi Is
the Sclera Ijrca Cspy.s If
yea want -job gseia ccrllsi,ssS
let the above cssaay gtt tCl cf tlta
aad they are gssa. 7 VTa Itc-t sci
where they tiatJ H f? tzt 1
sasci, aax vstt lit t. y;:T:ra
ctit wiX r-i a Ux a t ta c ; ; ."r.
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MEMORANDA OP ARRANGEMENT of
Rouad-Trlp Rates, Tickets, Kontes of
transportation, and Advantage offered for
be Information of PARTIES OF VISITORS
to tli if '
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road and Colombia.
n. 10 r WilmlogtoDr Columbia : &
Aujuta and Oolcmbla.
' Movement of all oartlee oa oo a tract rates
In cronpa A, B, C. and D. will be only Tia
Colombia. Colombia and Greeny! He and
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line Railway
iiTiHOB.ioa ucaeia win reaaaoooraingiy.
Tbe Round-T.-iD Tlcketa herein namad.
when used singly, are of a specific contract
lorm. void iw traksfkrrsd to othkxs
tbah OBieucAi. pvhch ASEjia,and authorize
ine requirement or ideouncatlon of laid
purchasers, at tbe ooiion of the Railwava
AtrenU or Con doctors.
TO the end otafibrdlnr lnreaMl ftulll.
ties for visiting- ihe Exposition, Contract
Tlcket.adapied to parties ef the alxe herein
named, are likewise offered. They embrace
all tbe sttpolaUona of single tickets, with
toe aaantonai one, mat. taey are rood for
transportation to Atlanta only when pre.
vented on Trains in connection with ail
OTIUBS OF THK Sl'ETlriC CLASS TSIT BI-
IXJ.NO TO, AS FKB TUB FBICK8 O KX.
1 Holders of theoe tickets may return upon
them aiacly. withia the period of their
validity, provided they are the original
purchasers, and identify themselves ac
cordingly. An omee for the identlfWttnn nr
chasers aad staraplnr of retorn-coapoaa
naa oeea estaoiianeu at the Union Depot In
Atlanta. It wll be open $) mini) tea prior
to the departure of the trains, -
None of the conditions of these tickets
will be roaoged lo any reDect. -
lavesthxatton of the appliance for per
so Dal comfort, lodging, and tood. mean of
tnuudt betweea Atlanta and tbe Exposition
Uroaada, anthoflaea the aasarance that alt
eleaaenu exist contributing to a pleasant
and economical visit.
For all information not contained la this
circular, apply to the nqdereieued. or to
ihe Station Agents of the Kail wars at la
ta rest. t - a. rorE.
v General Paneoger AgeaU
oovG-tr i . .
J AM NOT THE SHERIFF, CUT I WIU
de the haadaosaeai
' Paper Hanging
Gr any maa la the State I fcav
Of all k!a aad.qaiOiUef. Th rrettUait
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Of aH ranUtere dcaa la the 1
rarreu cat, aoaU a4 tat
TYEXTT TtACS rXTTXSXXOS,
GOODS AND WOnX CUAILIN-
MaHlet aetwt.ea SI aa4 tMt '
Tp- .nwrvvr tnaoAXs n t3 sm
f AS-tmm laa I . Immit, : naa
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POBE3PAUGH ; SHOW!
1 1 A f f lVfc ! : I i A: ' jtS-
First Reany Great Ghow
Will exhibit ai WILMINGTON
17th consecutive season, and first grand Southern Tonr. ralively larvest tented ex.
faibitton in the worid. Everywhere thooandsonatj4e to rain ad mini on At LouUvili
Nashville, Montgomery. New Orleans, thousands upon thousands In atteedauc: Thi
very beat people, the most eminent and respectable men and women thronging the lm-
?Tei7J;JDTJ.N,l'LM' Dft en. Millions Expended for a Plngle IXoMdsr. The JCw
X?,d ,1K?nder.' DOaPBafOBMIMO ELEPHANTS. All appearing TlnNheltoaMT
Collossal Circus In Two Great HlnrsIenclolDg an area l&nte enotiih ic T exhibit all thi
circosses in, America. And trained Wild BeaTtRhAwanrf ? v-7 lB
it hS BEASTS, BIRDS. AND TKAIXED "aMMAISI
3 Great Railway Trains! Seat r IjBOOI Pavilion a Cover Arri iw.ii t.J.
rlJ;iil?nlnerlrJ2,ktnd manreloos performances, ,i wu
WHEELING A BABY O VES 34 INuH WIliE 100 FEET IN illD-AIRI
'I ' 100 Feet Above the Iliads of the Aodlence.
LOYAL, the Mas Mjeteok, BLOWN FROM a CANNON LOADED WITH
AM EnrdBS'l (InsiMt Rldm In tba lnmii
formlna lions. Tlrers and other an I mala. ,
derneaa of rare animals and birds. Every
1 . - VA W at am Tmrvt . Na a
Ever beheld npon the streeu efan American
iALLA IAX)KH. niustraUag ber departure from Delhi. Now prodaced tv the flm Ui
la America. SJOO.MO expeaded In ibis marveloas movtnr panorama of Ileaaiv Wealth
ia a'uwicb. WW. pwaia in ion marvetoas moving panorama of iieauir W.mit h
ndQrandeor. The Pjtneess Lalla Itookn. personated by 'the lIsndatUeTt VVoanegT S
ATnerleai For appearing U this pageant during the season ah receives the pr ..aeeiy wm
w -wrw mmm reweawa-eis. awess waal ajst
before commencing by the two Great Bands.
STORK, comer Front aad Prince streets.,
aaca, as ersiomary with some exhibitions. '
i Grand Dress Parade and review of the resources ol the Orvat Forerauca fihow. mas Ins
the longest, largest aad moat Uviah spec tern lar street panl ever made by aar show
la the land, at Jo. in the forenoon, dally, Usoal admfwon price. " ixhlbltloaa T AfWrl
dddu ua crnuu. ai. arou ana i a ciock. annia oun. I'mm.nxi - - -.
vast entirety at night as we I as in the aTternoon. .
JNO. C. BORNEMAN
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tweea Beeood aad Thtrd streets. lie th
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ONE DAY: Aftmnnn nA v:.,
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Xorer.non of tbe Exhibition 'day the i
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city. The b a 1 1 ru 1 i TLiV.7Z f V . .n. -
r everywhere being acknowledged the Loveliest ldy ia the
Excursion Trains and Ixv iute on ell th
b. 00 sale. t DY fe.il A HO.tH tM
wa.No en n ailment of the alibi tTx
Everybody sees the 'whole show a ail ai
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Flae Clcsta, Oystera, Ac. CaU aad see him.
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Tirpcntino ; Hanrls.
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Hseds lo work est my Terpeailee Farmve
aad eoodeel wlil trit "nvir Was re Its
prompt pay aad kUxt treauaesn. as faat
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