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SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
Tk&v. one war. (vogHxxid) in advance $8 00
!" SitMontht ....... ..... 400
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WEEKLY EDITION :
Hv(inom)Uidiw.... ...$2 00
Out of thf county, jxxtpaid, 2 10
SixMotdht. 1 00
CHARLOTTE, N, C.? FKIDAY, JANUARY, 3, 1879.
PAMPmTS, CIRCX7IARS, CSECri,
t3T literal Reductiontfor Out.
V 4 ff
ASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot of superior
1 " " ' s " 1
j CASHMERES AMD ALPACAS,
Ranging In Price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
A Few Pieces of COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty cents,
Do not tall to see our LADIES' CLOAKS before
buying. It will pay you.
ELIAS ft COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
BEDDING, &C. BEMMNG, &C.
BEDDING, AC. BEDDING, Ac.
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITSJ
y COFFINS of all kinds on hand. Sl
l&- COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ,
No. 5 West Trade Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ladles and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
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H UU R RN NIf II T UU B. BKHK
K. i ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
t i . ' -Nrxt
to PoGTorncc .
My Stock Is very Lar, J land embraces a Full Atae of
' . ...
PARLOR, CHAMBER DINING BOO
' L . .; V'. "-' .
' ' AND ;',r -; ' '
OFFICE FURNITURE . ....
I. ; ; ' ''v.
i- All Goods Packed Free of Charge ,
JLACK and COLORED CASHMERES,
yyfc' propose to close out our entire stock O Jj
Black and Colored Cashmeres, f
Fancy Dress Goods, Repellant and Water Proof
Goods at once. Real bargains will be found In tbe
above lines, and you are Invited to call and see our
stock. We have also a very large stock of Ladles'
whlch must be reduced, and we will offer bargains
In that line.
tW Call on us for Kid Gloves, Buttons, Flan
nels, Ruffling for the neck, Shawls, Towels, Table
Linens, Marseilles Quilts, etc., etc.
The best Corset In the world for the money.
ALEXANDER 4 HARRIS.
P. S. An elegant line of Cloaks just receiv
ed. A. & H.
Call and get one of those handsome Cloaks that
I am now closing out very cheap; also some of
those nice Bilk, lace and hemstitched Handker
chiefs; I am also selling very cheap a beautiful
Black Spanish Lace Scarf; be sure to ask to ask for
those pretty White and Opera Kid Gloves, both for
gents and ladles; a large stock of fancy Hosiery to
be closed out very cheap; a new lot ol nice black
Cashmeres Just received; a large lot of Fancy
To be sold very cheap; a new lot of splendid Blan
kets, at prices to suit the times, and the most beau
tiful black Silk Fringe Just received; also Worsted
Fringe In all colors.
You can always be supplied with the nicest Dress
Buttons that are to be found (in the city; a large lot
of Shawls and Balmoral Skirts for the cold weather
Remember I always have a large assortment of
Corsets, all sizes and prices; Knitting Cotton and
Oermantown Wool in all colors.
Can and get sntt of clothes off of our Charlottes
ville Casslmeres that you cant wear out; also Just
received a large lot of the splendid Reglna Um
brellas. My stock of Boots. Shoes, Clothing, Hats and
Caps always complete and at prices to suit the
T. L. SEIGLE,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Try an st, Charlotte, N. C.
LADIES' CLOAK to.
THE GREATEST B A R G A I NO
HE GREATEST BARGAI NkJ
OF THE SEASOVT
F THE SEASOll.
ONE HUNDRED CHOICE tADIBS' CLOAK O
NE HUNDRED CHOICE LADIES' CLOAK O-
TUST RECEIVED BT XXPKESQ
U8T RECEIVED BT EXPRESO,
WWeh will be sold without reserve, at sacri- :
ficlng prices. Don't fail to come and look at :
i THE m
SWEEPING BEDIICTION Of IOBMEB PRICEQ
WEEPING REDUCTION ef FORMER PRICED
NOW IS YOUR CHANCT7
OW IS YOUR CHANCJlrf
TO BUY A CLOAK FOB A CHRISTMAS GIFrp
O BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS; GIF X
AT HALF PHJCl?
T HALF PRICXV..
r-ixX Hi MORRIS & BROS.
rH MORRIS BROS.
4 .t'?::;:' '
L 12 M.
So it's you! I began to be anxious
You said you'd come early you know;
Besides, I had counted upon you,
And it Isn't like you to be slow.
Is that your new dress? How becoming!
Pray, how do you like mine, my dear?
Ma's grand in black velvet and diamonds,
Are you ready! then walk right in here.
There's the table. Delmonlco spread It,
Pa said that it wasn't worth while,
But what Is the good of his money,
If we don't have things done up in style ?
I wish Fanny Harris could see it;
She'd be awfully Jealous. But then
That's the worst of these new year's receptJons-
Nobody sees things but the men.
They won't care for the fruit and the flowers.
Well, there's plenty of wine, I am sure.
Come, Nell, get yourself In position.
Be quick! there's a ring at the door.
it 12 P. M.
Bring the card-basket In from the hall, John,
And put the dead-latch on the door.
Let Ned In; if any one else comes,
Just say the reception is o'er.
Come, Nell, have some turkey and salad.
I'm starved, and I hope you are too.
I really believe everybody
Has been here to-day that we knew.
Please count the cards, ma. The reception
Has been, I think, quite a success.
What a shame in that tipsy Fitznoodle
To spill claret punch on my dress!
Then there was young Schumaker Fyndings
Could scarce tell his heels from his head,
Making love to me; it was disgusting.
He should have been home and In bed.
What was it you said, ma? three hundred?
Indeed, that will do pretty well.
Make pa see that It gets In the papers.
And be sure that he don't forget Nell
The government buys about sixteen tons of sil
ver a week.
The world loses respect for scoundrels when they
lose their money.
Pour closely-veiled women played faro all night
Jn a Carson (Nev.) gambling room, lost an average
of $100 each, and went away unrecognized.
Sergeant Bates Is dying. We hasten to nominate
Mr. Kearney to the vacancy, and to suggest that, to
begin with, he carry the flag through China.
The exact number of couitles in Texas is still a
matter of dispute. One authority says two hundred
ad twenty-six. One of them is as large as the
State of Massachusetts.
The wife of Franklin J. Moses, the "Robber
Governor of South Carolina," has obtained a di
vorce from that worthy, who is living by his wits in
New York city.
A medical professor says of tobacco: "It is kill
ing more people than whiskey. Particularly the
smoking of cigarettes is baneful. Tbe arteries be
come excited and ruptured by it, and they snap in
Robert Downing, a wood-chopper, living near
Dallas. Texas, got a Christmas present of $1 1,430.
His grandfather, a New York merchant, had willed
that sum to Downing and the attorney happened
to forward the money so that it reached Dallas on
To avoid the ghastly-stare which eyes often as
sume in photographs, English photographers now
make sitters look at the dial plate of a clock, and
tell them to let their eyes travel slowly round the
figures. The rotary movement of the eyes is too
slight to interfere with the photographic process.
Three tourists undertook to walk behind Niagara
falls a few days ago. The danger Is great in win
ter, owing to the Ice. One of the trio, In picking
his way over the slippery path, ran against a huge
icicle, which broke off and fell on him. He was
badly cut, and has since been insane, but whether
from a blow on the head or from fright Is not
"Robert Ingersoll says Joseph was no better than
anybody else?' He may not have been, but we
have the word of a distinguished lady of fine taste
and culture for it that he was a good deal better
looking than anybody else, her own husband not
ONE LESS FOR PRISON.
Family History Dramatically Set Forth in Essex
Market Police Cou' t.
New York Sun, 1st
Justice Wandell was impressed with
the open countenance of Frank Harnm,
a ruddy-faced, good-looking German lad
who was a prisoner in Essex Market
Eolice court yesterday morning, accused
y Frederick Miller of 214 Eajst Fifth
street of attempting to steal his watch
"Why did you want to steal ?" Justice
Wandell inquired in a kindly voice.
"Because L was starving. I did not
want to steal those things, but I wanted
to go to prison and get a home."
"Have you no parents ?"
"I have a father, but no mother."
"Where is your father V"
"He keeps a liquor store, but he drives
me away from home because he is mar
ried again, and he don't like me.- No,
judge, I am not a thief, but I was hun
gry, and I had nowhere to go that's
why I went into Mr. Miller's store."
Justice Wandell sent an officer io find
the father, and on his return the officer
reported that the father did not care
what his honor did with his boy. There
upon the justice sent the officer back to
produce the father in the court room.
The father appeared before his honor
in the afternoon. He was well dressed,
and wore a heavy gold chain dangling
from his vest
"Do you want me to send your son to
State prison and make a convict of
him V Justice Wandell's lip curled as
he propounded the question.
"I don't care."
"You, the father of this boy, do not
care what becomes of him !"
"WeU, judge, that boy is bad. He
will not respect my wife. His mother
died eight years ago. He loved her very
much. : I have been married now seven
years to my present wife, but he will
have nothing to do with her. What can
I do?" v
"You can provide for your son, sir!
You have no right to turn him out on
the street to starve, and drive him to
theft. Mr. Miller is willing to forgive
him, and I cannot find the heart to drive
this boy to crime. Now, sir, will you do
something for your son or not?"
Hamm consented, at length, that if
his boy would promise to conduct him
self properly he would find a home and
work for him. Mr. Miller quickly with
drew, the complaint, and Justice Wan
dell, after a few earnest words of advice
to the" lad, told him to go home with his
A Youth Elopes with His Uocle's Wife.
From the Cleveland Leader, 80th.
The quiet little village of Brideville,
situated seven miles south of New
Comersville, was thrown into an unusual
state of excitement Christmas evening
by a singular elopement.' Wm. Mitchell,
a young man of about twenty years,
eloped with his uncle's wife, a dashing
woman of twenty-five. Mitchell came
to this place, hired a sleigh and drove
to Brideville, when, under the pretence
of taking his aunt to church, he brought
her here in time to take the 9.27 evening
train for Kansas. Mrs. Mitchell is very
pretty and has heretofore borne a very
fair reputation. She has succeeded in
purloining from her husband in the past
year about one thousand dollars. Her
husband, Mr. Alexander Mitchell,, is a
merchant, and is considered to be very
wealthy, but this strange freak of his
unfaithful wife has driven him about
distracted with grief. What induced
Mrs. Mitchell to leave a dutiful husband
and a pleasant home to link her.t fate
With tnat of a beardless and penniless
youth ia entirely too deep to be, solved
by ordinary minds.
Maine rohlics Governor Grcver's New Bothera
tion Tbe Scourge ia Brazil,
Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun, 31st.
THE MAINE GOVERNORSHIP.
. Maine Republicans sav that the prob
abilities are that Garcelon, the Demo
cratic candidate for Governor, will be
elected by the Legislature.
THE CHARGES AGAINST GOV. G ROVER.
It is understood that ex-Governor
Grover, of Oregon, now United States
Senator, will make formal reply to
the report of the committee of the Leg
islature of Oregon, Charging him with
irregularities in the expenditure of the
monies of the State.
THE SMALL POX IN BRAZIL.
As recently announced, the small pox
is raging to a very fearful extent in
Brazil, and it is said that 30,000 people
died from this plague during the month
of November. Dom Pedro, the Empe
ror, telegraphed to the Brasilian minis
ter," Senor Borges, to procure all the
vaccine matter possible and forward it
to the empire. The minister has ap
plied to the health officer of this city,
who has promised him to procure and
ship to Rio all the vaccine matter which
can be obtained.
A SEAMAN'S AGONt.
Lying iu His Berth a Whole Voyage With a Bro
ken Leg and Covered Wiih Vermin.
Philadelphia Times, lstl
The British bark Scotia, which arriv
ed at this port on Monday from Dublin,
had a hard time weathering northwest
and northerly gales throughout the
forty-seven days' voyage, and during
the passage from Hampton Roads here
in ballast was cast three times in the
gulf stream. She had two hands badly
hurt. On December 8 John Hoare, or
Orr, 18 years old, of Liverpool, tumbled
to the deck from the maintop-gallant-mast,
receiving a compound fracture of
a leg and other serious internal injuries.
When the ship arrived at this port
Hoare was in a dreadful condition from
lack of medical attention. He had lain
in his bunk just as he was tumbled af
ter his fall, and had become covered
with filth and vermin and was terribly
emaciated. A bedsore had formed at
the extremity of the spiue, which had
eaten to the bone. The stench emanat
ing from the unfortunate boy was over
powering. When he was taken to the
Pennsylvania Hospital yesterday his
knees were drawn up beneath his chin,
and he presented a deplorable spectacle.
Hoare must have suffered excruciating
agony on the trip. There are but slim
chances of his recovery. Thos. Lacy,
another seaman, had his left hand bro
ken while at the wheel.
Laughing While Dying.
TBuena Vista (Ga.) Argus.
On Thursday last Dr. Edwards was
summoned to see Mrs. Swearengin, wife
of Mr. Arch. Swearengin, who lives
about six miles above Tazewell. She
was not thought to be dangerously sick
by herself or her family. Dr. Edwards
found her sitting up in bed, talking and
laughing with her family and some
friends who were visiting her, and she
appeared to be unusually lively for a
sick person. Soon as he warmed suffi
ciently he approached the bedside of his
patient, and, to his great surprise, he
discovered that Mrs. Swearengin, though
sitting up, laughing and talking, was
actually dying. He gently informed
her husband, who could not realize the
fact He thought the doctor was mista
ken. Dr. Edwards prescribed for the
jovial woman, and left her without let
ting her know of her rapid dissolution.
On his return home he met Dr. Hall,
whom he asked to call and see his pa
tient and aid her restoration if possible.
He too decided that she was dying. He
left medicine and directions to apply a
blister at a certain time, but before the
time arrived she was dead.
Tilden and Hayes in Close Proximity.
At the Bryant commemorative exer
cises at the New York Academy of
Music, Monday evening, one of the
most conspicuous persons in the audi
ence was ex-Gov. Samuel J. Tilden,
who occupied a proscenium box in the
second row on the left of the stage. He
sat well forward in the box, where he
could be seen by everybody in the
house, and listened with unchanged
countenance for an hour and a half.
He occasionally rubbed his hands to
gether, as if to warm them, and toward
the latter part of the address he moved
his chair in the remote corner of the
box, where he became lost to the view
of all but those who sat immediately
opposite to him. His box was shared
by Mr. Parke Godwin and by Mrs. Bry
ant's daughters, Mrs. Parke Godwin
and Miss Julia Bryant. At the same
time President Hayes occupied a place
on the stage, but a short distance from
Don't Go West.
Danville (Va.) News.
A few weeks ago we mentioned that
Mr. Tobe Spencer, of Henry county,
had gone to Texas. He did go, saw and
was disgusted. Yesterday he was in
Danville, but left at night for a visit to
Charlotte, N. C.,to see his cousins, when
he returns home to be satisfied. Tobe
went one hundred miles beyond Sher
man, Texas, and the prospect was so
gloomy that he returned home as fast
as the cars would run. We learn he
whizzed through St. Louis, Cincinnati
and other large cities without stopping,
so fearful was he that misfortune would
befall him and he would have to draw
for funds to reach home. He saw num
bers of disappointed young men striv
ing to get back to mamma and papa.
Many were without means and far
from friends. We would judge that
Spencer's advice is to stay where you
are and let well enough alone. Don't
go West, young man, don't do it.
Jones and Sharon to he in Wahingten During the
Washington, Dec. 30. Senator Jones
and Sharon are coming after all. A
letter received here from the former
to-day says that he arrived in Chicago
on Friday night after the severest trip
over the plains he has ever had. He
says the cold is intense. He is confident
of his re-election in January. Sharon,
whose vote is very much needed by the
Republicans, will remain all winter.
He has got out of. his financial anxiety
successfully. The news in regard to
Jones ijiess favorable. He was loaded
heavily with- Sierra Nevada stock, but
neglected to sell when the big rise came,
but still holds his shares and is known
by his Intimates to be what Californians
CHEW JACKBONJ3 &E8T SWEET 2fAJ
WILL CUBE RHEUMATISM-!
Mr. Albert Crooker, the well-known druggist and
Apothecary, of Springvale, Me., always advises
every one troubled with Bheumatlsm to try VEGE
TINE. BXAD HIS STATEMENT:
Springvale, Me., Oct 12, 1876.
Mr. H. R. Stevens.-
Dear Sir Fifteen years ago last fall I was taken
sick with rheumatism, was unable to move until
the next April. From that time until three years
ago this fall I suffered everything with rheumatism.
Sometimes there would be weeks at a time that I
could not step one step; these attacks were quite
often. I suffered everything that a man could.
Over three years ago last spring I commenced tak
ing VEGETINE and foUowed it up until I had tak
en seven bottles; have had no rheumatism since
that time. I always advise every one that Is trou
bled with rheumatism to try VEGETINE, and not
suffer for years as I have done. This statement is
gratuitous as far as Mr. Stevens is concerned.
Yours, ALBERT CROOKER.
Finn of A Crooker & Co., Druggists & Apothecaries
HAS ENTIRELY CUBED ME.
Boston, Oct, 1876,
Mr. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir My daughter, after having a severe at
tack of Whooping, Cough, was left in a feeble state
of health. Being advised by a friend she tried the
VEGETINE, and after using a few bottles was ful
ly restored to health.
I have been a great sufferer from Rheumatism.
I have taken several Lotties of the VEGETINE for
this complaint, and am happy to say it has entirely
cured me. I have recommended the VEGETINE
to others with the Bame good results. It Is a great
cleanser and purifier of the blood; it is pleasant to
take and I can cheerfully recommend it
JAMES MORSE, 364 Athens street
RHEUMATISM IS A DISEASE OF THE BLOOD.
The blood In this d'sease is found to contain an
excess of flbrim. VEGETINE acts by converting
the blood from its diseased condition to a healthy
circulation. VEGETINE regulates the bowels
which is very important in this complaint One
bottle of Vegetine will give relief; but, to effect a
permanent cure, it must be taken regularly, and
may take several bottles, especially In cases of
long standing. Vegetine is sold by all Druggists.
Try it and your verdict will be the same as that of
thousands before you, who say, "I never found so
much relief as from tbe use of VegeUne," which is
composed exclusively of barks, roots and herbs.
"VEGETINE," says a Boston physician, "has no
equal as a blood purifier. Hearing of its many
wonderful cures, after other remedies had failed, I
visited the laboratory and convinced myself of its
genuine merit It is prepared from barks, roots
and herbs, each of which is highly effective, and
they are compounded in such a manner as to
produce astonishing results."
NOTHING EQUAL TO IT.
South Salem, Mass., Nov. 14, 1876.
Mr. H. R, Stevens :
Dear Sir I have been troubled with Scrofula,
Cancer and Liver Complaint for three years. Noth
ing ever did me any good until I commenced using
Vegetine. I am now getting along first-rate, and
still using the Vegetine. I consider there Is noth
ing equal to it for such complaints. Can heartily
recommend It to everybody. Yours truly,
Mrs. LIZZIE M. PACKARD,
No. 1 6 Lagrange street.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is sold by all Druggists.
D R. C. McLANE' S
-SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.-
The countenance is pale and leaden colored,
with occasional flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs along the
lower eye-lid; the nose Is irritated, swells, and
sometimes bweds; a swelling of the upper lip; oc
casional headache, with humming or throbbing of
the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the
morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a knawing sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach; occa
sional nausea and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular, at times cos
tive; stools slimy; not unfrequently tinged with
blood; belly swollen and hard; urine turbid; respira
tion occasionally difficult, and accompanied by
hiccough; cough sometimes dry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the
teeth; temper variable, but generally Irritable", Ac.
Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; it is an Innocent preparation, not j
capable of doing the slightest Injury to the most
The genuine Dr. McLane's Vermifuge bears i
the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
on the wrapper.
DR. C. McLANE'S .
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the Ills
that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the liver,
and in all bilious complaints, dyspepsia and sick
headache, or diseases of that character, they stand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER. '
No better cathartic can be used preparatory to. or
after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with the
Impression Dr. McLane's Liter Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLane
and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLane's
Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pltts-
the name McLane, spelled differently but same !
I I jrnj.njijt.ivarn.rp.
In consequence of the reduction in the price of
the original cost of materials, and in order to give
my patrons the benefit of the reduction from and
after this date Photographs will be taken at my
J. H. VAN NESS
R. A. W. ALEXANDER,
OFFICE OVER L. B, WRISTON & GO'S
V.;-V,' ; . dbtjo Store.
with 25 years experience I guarantee entire
satisfaction !JanH 2
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H H CO L II DDD A Y T BSS
HHOOL HDDAATY I8
nnu U U Li li JJ If JL A. n
H H O O L HDD AAA T
H H OO IXLL U DDJ A AT
GREAT REDUCTION OF ALL FANCY GOODO
BEAT REDUCTION OF ALL FANCY GOODO
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENT O
UITABLE TOR HOLIDAY PRESENT H
SCARFS, ALL SHADES,
FROM 25c to 75c,
WORTH 60c and $1.50.
TO BE CLOSED
LESS OF COST.
4g A T REDUCED PRICEO
JT REDUCED PRICE 15.
1 00 CLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICE O
-100 CLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICE "
CLOTHING! CLOTHINfl I
W. KAUFMAN 4 008.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section of
North Carolina, the largest cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock
OCO L OO TTTT H H II IfH N GOG
OOL OOTHH II NH HO O
O L O O T HHHITlflfHG
O O L O O T H H II N IfH G GG
000 IXLL OO T H H II X NH OGG
WX HAVK EVER OFFERED,
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
All we ask is that our friends and customers ':
will give us a call, as It will be to your Interest and i
you will save from fifteen to twenty per cent on j
your purchases. . W.KAUFMAN CO., '
8prlngs Comer, Charlotte. N. C j
UST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
, Another laige stock
And fine Fancy HOSIERY, at the lowest possible,
' Prices, at! J
MB9 QUERY'S jfl
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
AT NEW YORK COST.
A BIG STOCK
ON HAND OF
SUITS, FINE DRESS
SUITS, YOUTH'S SUITS
OVERCOATS AT CLOSING PRICES.
In fact we will sell our cemttlete stock now
at such low rates that It Is within reach of every
L. BERWANGKR ft BRO,
Fine Clothier and Tailors.
N, B. We are selling a fine White Linen Bosom
Shirt, laUndrted and ready for wear, for the low
Price of $1.00.
yoUTH'S and BOY
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fa, tbelr teil i uhergMd Mel
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