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W $- C...as Second Clap Matter; ' ;
: XL ere i n dubt but that whatever
0f politfcal frftdom tie' human rase
-enjy orfTiialeJ fir the independent
c'tie3 which arose iu Europe during
:'-r "p'tfventh cjntunf ismo of the
ities oi If If, encaged by the weak
i tnd itpeirI;Cl jutsauiciiuii tauiu uj
:l the Enjer;r of the Fra'neoiiHih and
ligoabun liiM.! tVforjin themselves
- iato politiuAl bdies utder the govern-
..iiiipiit. Aiihoush it was at first
Tv? vi- 1 -1 . I.I Aitlnnal. Iialt.-
f patioir da the part, of these communi
i tiM-tther than a resumption of some
5 riii taatural rights of mankind, iff- a
' X.:.t ima ilin wpaltli which a hijhlv I
. " j
r iuccecjiuwu.uu.v.vv m,. .v v.y.
! Italy,.enaoieu uicm v Furtwac uom
J their -nominal Buvereifcua urjrouu iuo.
4 ikiUpn. ; within' their walls, .-'and fre
qje&tly o-er much of , the adjacent ter-
: Jt'.lory. -1; '.";. .
7 't 'ftiese exatnjrV'i of . frfed'):n on
erwed, the mouti tain barrier, and made
their way into I ranee. L.ou tuo irat,
jaordfri' ititroduc ? check upon the
. iliBU!t regalpower claimed and wielded
: by his great baronsj adopted the plan
.' ,l irraniinjr new priviloces to the towns
, lituated; ou the crown lan W The re
Biniog cities' obtained from the indi-
tht same fciiuiiar charter to those which
Ui bep n "tOHferied by the j Ki n . In
ttoHiceuluries the practice bad spread
V-tW'!E'ttr$pe,: and its ad vauuges were
fcand to be great. and iu (fiVcts sa'.u
t; Uiy'.a Towns upon acquiring the char
kri of community, becaruo eo "many
II lla Ri publics and known and equal
. U were adKiijistfred by Magistrates
'a;j: jittrc the .chcico of the people.
ThtHtrahie the nucltil of civilfz itioo,
' ltd f&e fi r frckus noble?, whoae neigh-
; bWi casilts bad Itcorne dtns of rob-'
, , -,'- t
' Wr bnuie prcuJcT to 'be chosen
r.JbtiateV of the free fjlies, than they
; fa) lec.n when wrging private war at
lie keud .of their vassal?, or dtfjing
the authority of thtir lord paramount.
c: ittrpohsible to i tDurcerate ihe
jKDtfi ? which flawed fri.ni these icsii-
' tutkd'.' Vfecre the whole community
u6h'ii.b'e fcgelhrr toonsult upon
r ihclt Jxoni.njoii iutertsts, t exchange
itavhcil iriniocs4 on their common
wsn's, tud lo adopt' me; surcs fsr, their
. f 'tumou welfare, then U exhibited -in
t e : L ig li es t d t g r e e J ll o q q u a K llta which
i v!pp rcgr(s, ;it . is One of tbe
WtfightKst truths of Bacon, that ia the
- aansgtmeat of .Vfactical affairs i'lhe
trfdbn of the'wisest: man is less reli-
Vc tban thgldebberate and' eoncur-
: reaijuugraeat or coruniorfmiud?.
: la many of the States ofour Union
M tmtttulion has struck a deeper root
mi jrotabto far more massive pro-
Poniocs t'asn ifi any of the cities ot the
wUl kQgdoaji of Europe.. A ud it U
l U frccUely Hi those j couiluunitiea in
laica Ibe town meeting decides all
1".'U)( in which the community has
Mw-tct by ''theiljiiUcratc and coo-
ffan'. tiiijtneut of yommoa mindd,
,aW''i' P.r iRrity and p?o-
attempted in Njrth Caiolina
wultt" fears ax.j to introduce the prin-
? f local e!f.fcoverumeut. The
fd upon an unfruitful soil. While
s had by using and develop-
f i great iMtUutioo', become I ich
f nlb!ius our:own like the
;J G'Jou rem viae J 'dry in the
Iht ferliliiinff hawr. At
u?"'1 uurPag convention
'wVy ffua, the comlltutiQl
..itaoei of it, and left every com
ia tk S:at voiceless and pow-
.CwniMsgment and conduct
tir?j lhe 'fTe-hold-
UfJof lhe ..&ttbernSut.
" af " rd pecntiariy iu
"uVtU iit.ki . r-kt;-K..in I
- ' r-v va A-ryuuitit aua
i3Ula as exclusive a avs-
; eCf!Un n!binW TK
war emancipated lha
f toalAte-holding while as
terenrof the blatkt frojo
4-u!t fcamtiaai .ftr 'thla trans
"5t36tktien among our. people
tt ar, mare competent to take
. 'VMJ conducUkeir affairs than
IKted byUie LrgUUtore at
V, 11 ef lemoning to rtal
W?pcrtintsuch seSSih deW
' Uace who by appealieg to
lice icduced thta to
r rtjttio lal tetf rv
-? ?ite4 awaylthe grtater
: --tlr freed am. The slns of
Nat et actaUUkeably to
rlf dtq -'Vr ..- . . IT. . '
The tcoliDg Of bores and explosion
oi lire or canton crackers -are harbm?
kers of the Cbriatmas tide. The stores
are decorated in r'jhtlr holiday dress and
the ChrUtuiss trade has fairly opened
Vision of Chris Ctiogle, ko is more
familiarly known as Santa Clans, floats
through the imagination of "ihelittje:
ones'! iu rapid 1 tratsformation. Their
little prattle is nightlj beard calling
upMLc ch.inney to"Panta Clans asking
for ianumtrsibje lfw rtBgin from tht
iieithetie jto.ridiculous. Paler FamiUu
is ofierj jazz ed and are perplexed in
making erections. Our advertising
ccr'umns w ill prove a great aaxitiary In
uiWeafui souethinr to the eervlexed
to the.. . V ;vr' '.v.-Vv-
kept by the veteran to dealer. Mr. Li I '
Fiansgna. Uis stock is Bnasaally
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iuis eeasjB ana compasses an me i
navellres 4n lovs.' confectioneries. milWI
uoerylDd fancy g ods.' For mother or
M. M.' EATZ
is ihn place to look for presents for
them; . There you Osyi fiad ulsters,
cjoakit, jackets, dolmsns-and fibftdresi
goods, w hatever is recommenaedat
Ka'z's invariably turns out welt and al
ways giv?t satisfaction. His stock con
sUts of the latest novelties in dress
good, m ka, satins, menoV and boys'
wear. ' ' ' i .,' -:' ;''
Man Is often iu this rogressive age
jndgvd bv the clothes be wears. I(
vnri kniiti'.il iitairn Ia h waIi HroaaoH mnA
fashionable, ' ; f - U , - .
OTTEliBOURO'S ilEKS'AVEAK DETOT
is the place to buy a good, warm, well
made and stylish suit of clothes. , Ot
terbourg p-jjs censiderable attention lo
the details in having his i stock made
and you notronly get good goods from
him tut they are put together in such ceive such attention-as will be condu
a manner as'not to rip. To ouririend 8iTe to their bodify comfort ' "
sin the country we would say trder al
suit by mail and see what a stylish suit
you would cel. Read Otterboure's at- l
ve advertisement elsewhere and
can 800 see that he is not
at raid to fhvttls' inspection of his goods
and fear not competition. Do not neg
lect your homes .in your Christmas
A well furnnhed room adds to health
and comfort ' '' i '" ,--f" '-
lit2N WiinEjTllE TAPEB HAKGER,
keeps up with the styles and can fur
nrsh shades of all colors for yeur iyin
dow's. "and Las wall ' paper to matcb
lie can do your work in an artistic
manner. - U:ve nim a trial order for a
pair tf "the very, fashionable turkey red
window shades that he is making a run
on, and see if what we say is not tree.
We know yen must feel tired just
now afterJospecting ail the stocks but
come wilhus down to
and" brace up the inner man. Fine did
yon say? Y? Leti aee if supper is
reidy l The dining room you see U
nioly si ranged, the appointments are
all good and so is the bill of fare.
c Just over the way is tbe old estab-1
Itshsd quarters ot . l. I
i ceorgE : j
Santa Claus, rendenyous for goodies, 1
nlcknacks, choice groceries and fine I at the Postoffice Department, y ashing
liqucrs. A goddiaatnr Christmas days I ton, D. C, until January 7ih. In for
ts alway enjoyed, and to have a good I
aioncc you musi uto 5004 grwcrics. 1
these you can get at Myer. If it is
not so we will let you put Crap on our
eyes or hurl us over a Cliff or humble
us by making us if eal in the presence
of lhe Urge number of customera who
are always in the store, i After ! the
above cffjrt at play on word we will
have to brace up with some of the
fins liquors kept in this esUblUhment.
Now let us rest for
a few minutes. in
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ouo i uos. WJ w.,4o,vu, v
... i .v I
lanre stock of carpets aad furniture. A
Tooin lurcUhed with some of their far-
great luxury. Tney have
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. . . .. ' "r:r;. I
.1bV their ataea-. I
Next we drp Into
oxtu A'a ct.ua aooac
whr .b. bt of wine and Uoaors are
Oysters on the.half ahtU. at.w-
ed, fried or icoUopppd are eeryed at all
hour . : .'.-'"' ' I . :.'";':''.:; "t '
JtVESS 031 AlADB CASDT
U loothswae and free from impuriUev.
Chrdrea will cat exedy and as there
h aothirs but rare tsstx U
Jevea exedy we wouM advbe rattaU
to rurcbase iu Ia ur ramble we
must not p SttUje by,
Tttssoata caxouxa uocsx
kert by him la - well and fxreriUr
owo. oa a iwts
t5" f ittor al his pac
ld to salt jca Itoa U
- - , 1
yoa cxa W"! Xa
as a a meal
corner Second and Princess streets, has
inst returned from the Northern mar
kets where he selected a choice stock
of the finest candies which he offers at
low prices to the Christmas trade.
OIX y ITEMS.
Eggs retail at 40 cents per dozen.
Coffee dri nkers should read the ad
Tertiaement ia another column hekded
Bee advertisement uf C . E. Jevens,
who advertises the finest home-made
candies in the city.
Mr. James Sprunt. we are clad to
t' is doing Terr nicely, and has
been puttaking the fresh air for the
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Mon- Qe0' Da and H. Nutt, Esq.,
era anVl tiia tuun nniu .!aV tt..;.
r .. -;
vw u lu eare pieaseu
DOlB aa "oprovement in tneir conai
Rev Frank H Wood, the new Pastor
of the Front Street M E churchas ar
rifed jo the city, and wiir fill the 'pul
pit of tbe chursh to-dayt 'rrftr";
Mr; Carl Mugge is " contemplating
tlje erection cftwo two story brick'
buildings on rrincess street, near Sec-
be occupied as . offices and
The cases of F. 3. Swann vs. L. A.
Hart, J. C, Daily and others and the
Vestry and ! Warden of fit. James'
Episcopal Church, are set for; the next
term of the Superior Court, i 4
"Oraty Kitty" and "Big Head Josh,"
two unfortunate creatures have been
sent to the insane department of the
county poor house. Where lhevwill re
Ane .nmifgton Acrobats are hay-
.in8 erected ouUheir grounds, southwest
corner ot Mxtn aud rrincess streets, a
building, to be supplied with all the
paraphernalia for gymnastic tzcicises,
performances, etc. - '.
The package matinee gives by Tro
fessor Agostini on Saturday last wee
quite a success, and resulted in 2G1
packages, representing about 850 pounds
of edibleswhicb has subsequently been
turned over to Mis. Kennedy and the
8t. James' Home. !
PeCan Nuts. The several varieties
of the pecan nuts are grown in New
uanoyer, render and Brunswick coun
ties. The trees were erown irom hula
said to have been brought from Texas
ome years ago.
Baen Buried. On the 13th inst a
barn containing about 25 bushels of
peanuts in the S vines was destroyed
by fire oh1 tbe plantation of Dr J C
Chefurd, at Scott's Hill. We learn there
was enly a partial insurance.! . .
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Thk WeigHtsmillk Mail. Mail
route No, 13.544 from Wilmington to
Wrightsyille, is advertised for two
years service, commencing with July
1st next. Proposals will be received
mation can be had at the Postoffice in
- Fiats. The dwelling house of Mr.
Q. A. Boper, situated a few miles from
Lanrinbnrg, together with the furni
ture, was destroyed by ft re on last Son
day morning, at 11 o'clock. Some of
the furniture was saved, but the larger
part was destroyed. The fire is thought
to have caught trout a stovepipe, a
aured for $1,G0Q with Messrs. John W.
OnrHftn Jk. Rm.. tn ttt T.ivarrwint Tin.
" - .v.w,
doo & Qlobe In,aranc,
North East Ei ver, a Duplin county,
the property of Mr. D. W. Boney, was
btirotd, it ii thought by an incendiary.
flia loss wai tl.000. ! insured with
Meurs. John W. Gordon & Bra, la the
LiverpoolvLoodon & Globe.
Pixa Foaxar Cxn stxxt. The reg-
W"01 wUog of the lot bwaert
fceliWcdaesdayaight. Daniel Howard
was chosen chairman aad J. S W. Ea
gle secrttarf . Beroru were received
from the eecieUnr aadf treasurer, and
lie following (bard - ot director waa
e'ected tor the teasing' yean J. W.
Tcllalr, J. G.Xcrwod, Lewis LtQrasd,
J. U. CnUar, Xd. Dixoa, J. P. Greta
aid J U. Htwe, Ayttj ol tkaak was
Isdertd the City CuBcil aad Chief J
police far the ttse of the court room.
We tt1 altratioa ef ear rtadm ta
the adTTttLcaeat ef 22ttra, Ikhreada
his raUsrxstkviIssne wUca arrears ia til lae
DB3TEUCTIVB Fibk A destrocJve,
fire occurred on 16'.h inst at Sans Sonci
plantation, the property of Mr JohnT:F
Garrell, situated near this city At the
sound of the alarm the fire companies
promptly responded, and proceeding
over the railroad discovered that the
burning barn wail beyond the city Uni
ts on the Little Bridge Road, and re
traced their steps: The loss estimated
by Mr Garrell on barn (160 feet long)
at 11,550, on rice $1,2150, on straw over
12,009. Most of the rice crop had been
sold and delirered. Insurance to over
$3,300 had been effeeted with various
agencies in this city and it is hoped tbe
ndividual loss will not be as heavy as
first anticipated; Origin ofhe on
known, but supposed-; t6 0 ih6 resjilt
of carelessness of persons hunting in
the ricinity. ! '
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Foster, oi East
Canton, Fa., the parents of our re
spected fellow-citizen Col'. F. W. Fos
ter, are here on a visit. We congratu-
ate the Colonel; and wish his father
and mother an exceedingly happy stay,
as we hare no -doubt it will be, from
the fact that the Colonel' many friends
in the city will join in making the visit
of his beloved father and mother a
pleasant one. Js
Capt. Lynch, the efficient and popu
lar conductor Of the W. & W. R. B.,
has taken a better half, andHs' now off
spending a pleasant and happy fur
lough. May the -.Captain and ' bride
live long and be happy, is the wish df
a very large circle of friend?.
The Fair at Wad esboro comes off od
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
next." Don't forget.- All must go. The
railroad fare is cheap, in fact it is al
most free, end a splendid time may
expected. ' . , ;
KAILBOAD CAB DESTROYED BY
FlBE. On Saturday night last the
hapds connected with Capt. Slocum's
train coming south when just Ibis side
ot Faison, discovered that the baggage
car was on fire, they notified Capt. S.
of the fact who at once stopped the
train, but the car w?s so completely
enveloped in the flimes that nothing
could be done to save either the car or.
baggage; the other cars were cut loose
from tbe burning oce and saved. Some
of the baggage was said to be very val
u ible from the amounts claimed irom
the company by tbe passengers. The
mull was delayed and did not arrive
until Sunday aorning at 10 o'clock.
The enterprising local of the Star has
not yet learned of the accident, we sup
pose be will get it in a few days.
The following deeds and mortgages
have been probatedby ihe proper of
ficers, the past week : F HxDarby,
Commissioner, deed to lease Cx G
vugge; at lieiiamy, commissioner,
deed to D.niel Howard: C C Morse
mortgage to R G Myerr; Alex Sprunt;
James Sprunt, deed to Eliz M Kicks,
Martha Farrier deed to Tho3GIaddtn;
G M Stedaan and wife deed to E M
Morchison, C M S'eadman anVl wife
deed to D K Murchison; C M Sled
man and wife deed to Fannie E Hank-
ins; C M Sled man and wife deed to
Jsaac Morlar; J O Millie and wife deed
ti Fredrick Jones, ? r"
Col Jno W Atkinson received a tele
gram from Got. Jarvia yesterday ap
pointing him one of the commissioners
of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley
Eailroad, The commissioners hold a
meeting at Fayette vine on Monday
Marriage licenses have been) issued by
the Register o! Deeds to the following
persona, the past week : Mr Hiram J
Charles and Mb Molly Kewklrk, Mr
J D Bell and Mis L'xaie F Fowler, W
Q IWI1 aad Mia Mary A Bbew, Clay
more Moore and Miss. Lob Hobfnsoe,
Anthony Davis and Miss Lacilla
Johnson, Mr M Daviaand Xias Lxzie
SCftTKYlKG Of WBirXOAKlllTaJl--Lleot
Darling, of the U 8 Eegiaecv
Dtpartaeat, has been for tbe past ' tea
days surrey log WelUcak Kive? frea
Bwaaaboro bis We are xeedifVr
delighted at tkis good eews a-id toe
gramlxte the propte of Cartcrtt atd
Oaalow eOBatk wb this aaatter.
XE WADTEZTISE2JEX JS
ihe m FDiinniE mn
i r p v v
. H. Oar, ItarkH A icocavA Swi,
wrsu vw-tftr r:msti(t
1 SM - r, ;i, v X.
t0 -. -4 - -
NE WAD VERTISE2IEN1S.
AT : ; - .
s :OLI) STAND.
11 -de' 13 SO FROXT STREET,
CAN BE IIA.D
33 e iicacies
. FOR THE v
The JSew Liqaor Department 1b the beet In
- the State. The Choicest,
SHEBIES, BRANDIES, CORDIALS
.' 4.'-'.'-; i'- "I ? " '--' - "
Celebrated TONEY WUI5KEY,
BLUE CRASS, aud the now brand of
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Between The Acts I
Do -T f ill to look at the fine display if
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FIRE CRACKERS !
Pauxjn- riaDL c j -
And the Cbofcest
r Pries will suit as well as goii, at
11 & !3fSO.ERONTST
ILL BE RECEIVED FUUTHeI TUR-
cbase, at not than par for cash, of not ex
eeeUlna Two Vhousand Share 1 of the Capi
tal Stock ot the Wilmington and Wtldon
ltaliroad. Heal bidi to be addressed to J.
W. TUOMfsON, Treasurer, Wllmlntton,
X. C. rnarked'Propoaa a." np to Vi o'clock.
Thursday: 5th Juury. lSSi .it '
. dee IV 3'. - i - . v .' ' : ! i
I and now prepared to furnish the finest
and cheapest assortment ot GoQfectiooaxlee
In town at tne lowest price. One thoasmnd
poands.of Uum Drops at 1-! i cents per lb.
. , Cor. Second aud Prince SU.
VALUABLE . REMEDIES,
AMOUACEMEiNT TO rMI
WUAT 1 LI AVE DONE AND AM
SEE CERT1FICATEH DELOTT.
I HAVE APPOINTED JACOB JUIISOA7
Dock street,a my Ant ta Uil Cty.
lair. W. U. atuo&liU.
rrbC U001V Tree of Life Is a parelr
Vecetab. OampottDd. rewaraable fur
eismatatac tbe Hm. WriAtas ta Blood,
reosoitaf eTr, Uotaea l tb aaa
giving rcltef to au disorders of lb body c
systcna. Koraaleby ttaa lUoaat, atarket
tMrett, Ceaaawt, y. C
VrcL VT.-tl. Moor , K. Uetaaeml. a
certata ear Sor tMBS sm d acjmts ' crasap
tMir. KbttixtsUe.ita. tyrklay Nmrmi
gna, TnoUuscM aad Ij ppm. For by
fellas ;at. Market auwri. thaafcm, S. C,
Caacer aad Scrofoia rtsady wKl bm srat
f mmj SMMe s; stsvria ist mt
tUwtotircA. r. rt. Mtiw-a AcadiArurs.
Prot Xt. n. MMe's Wn:ag Ur M rs
uMaabtaftjeewetacarrateta!. Bra. I lee
ttel ctarea al atsnsa, i. f rtirri.
1 tea xoteaei. Rot tea tveva, Ptiiimh
aad Pt. ar ay at aa BMwavaua
Prot Xt t. Mjare s CXVd u4 Tew
ftwmif. m-, eeftatje stwctAe ta au
tkuiA. Araeetd "- Bijsmh
r ry nu bst, AUaa avrrst,
rrC V. It. eo Utw, KUaey aad
CWiMitsiM rv sw AWisrsaWNpa a m
aay arac fjvsa est eki
m Ut u! w eauuM ay a sa
rvnae ewi.. Ik sinmtns. t'w
aswe y isa b'..aas Jaatkea erv dasa
MVXU .... :4-' " " .
rat Ciwr, VWrs. titX f
rrrtis C-JNk. - 4 IVM ens tM
w m.m r ta-iad I
tlk'swe a I -;s rau t ; W tMw
WXUtBfOtwr, K. C. See. 17th, 13SU I
Book of iBBbscrlpttex to the Uoek ff I
' r. 1
the! Wliaolnrtoa an iaexaoavi:: Sail i
Road will epenet at X tV SoatwrM'a
store oa Front atweemllstttaal lMa
rrant between aCarktaa TJoak Street. I
All who wish to ali CU eatarprls srUl
. .wl I
" j. . - iMfi
aabaeripUon books aloaf the rottt atTMir. I
tertba, I shall ti
m$ the rout aari
R F. IIAHTIN.
All.klnds Uade Fresh every day at -
Second 8i Id deer halew Pest Ofiefc
deeltlr ' " - -
FILL AND ! WINTER CCOb
M. EI KATZ
rpHS FINEST ASjSORTXD STOCSC J6YEB
a . .va . . - - -
uiuu(aii vo TT umiagiou, wissi sus in
Novelties aad Shades ta .
gaUn Marvellleoz, SaUa de Lye, JLhad-
1 1 1 -. . . . : . i . , x - .. f .
ataes, 8urrahs, Broeadea, lfolr Aa -
tlqae, Camel'a Hair, Silk
Velvets, Flnshca, ; ;
COLORED, BLACK Aln) ILLUUI
NAT ED CASHUniS, '
Henriettas. Mobalrs, SolUaga, Alpacas aad
Plaids la eudless Tartety, Passaai ea .
I I - . :V - i . : - j
White Goods, Boost- i
keealas Oooda, .
DOLLSIANS. CLOAES, AND
Men and Boy's Wear, naaatla, Uetlhe
Vndarw r, Heatary, qiei evCbraett I
Laces and Kdjlnga,
CURTAIN LACES. CIIEPI,
STAPLE & DOMESTIC GOODS.
' .11. -.; . !' i Li:.r "h-
Ia feet everything desirable. Warraated
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to come op in price and qaallty, to aay
samples from retail booses Kerth.
Call and tare extra expense In aayta
U, M. (ATZ,
36 Market Gtrcct
dec 11-U .
THE U5DEItSXU2t0 WOCTJ) S-
speetfully siotlfy his frteada aad the awhile
that be baa recently rrtaraod froaa a -rtats
to me , T j.j ,. -. ;
where he has parthasd the v
. x. ' ,f; of Vi. fj1 1
lUIXIMEST, FAGOT C00I)3,
NOTIONS AUD HOLIDAY C30D3
he has rm offered ta this etty.
I have thewaaada r la lags whWh U wwald
la tbeaw rood aa say Mirea vail
aav aa aMaaat vailtty es
Millinery Cccds, Ucts,
Ta watch I lavtta ta
My aloew mt CO tlta I aiAJl OOOC3 It
will aw aoM ,
I maMBtaff lias ShHm4
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; mm . ; ; ..ha
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A FULL LINE OF
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OUAKaiS, LEMONS, CANDY,
APPLES, NUTS, '
COOOANUTd, EAISIN3, CITfiO,
CDRRANTS, PEUNE3, &c.
wjuordar aarly aad avoid the rash aad
probability ef detention. !
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