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WEEKLY EDITION :
W eeHyXin the county) inadvanafiKm
Out of the county, pawpaw,. ...
Liberal Reatuxtomjor liwx.
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QASHMERES AND ALPACAS.
Just Received another lot ot superior
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Mm bee thmVHgWmibpl mtJKMft mmM?
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mnmer or job worm ant now ae
dispatdJi and chtctpnem. I1 Wit Am ; tvr
Wttee, '-.rtri.-n mad-sail
OILAllLO TTE, N. C,,:,FKIO.VY, JANUARY 10, 1879.
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CASHMERES AND ALPACAS,
Ranging In Price from 25 cents to One Dollar.
WE HATE THIS DAY
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BX RICHARD REALF.
A w Pieces ol COLORED CASHMERES, all
Wool, of superior quality, at sixty centa.'
po not tail to see out UPJES' CLOAKS before
tuylnK ''It Wiil pay yoa !; ',
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About Yorty pieces of
To 25 cents. ortQ 50 Cfints per yard. Also 30 or
40 pieces to 20 cents, worth from
3313 to 45 cents.
A lot' of Dress Goods to 8V3 and 10 cents, worth
from 1212 to 15 cents.
3 TVf TJST BE SOL
1 iVlUST BE SOL-M
The sweet child which hath climbed upon mj
This amber-haired, fouiM?ummered little maid,
With her unconscious beauty troubleth me,
With her low prattle maketh me afraid.
Ah, darling ! when j ou cling and nestle so
You hurt me, though you do not see me ery,
Nor hear the weariness with which I sigh,
For the dear babe I killed so long ago, . .,. , ,
I tremble at the touch of your caress ;
I am not worthy of your innocent faith ;
I who with whetted knives or worldllness
Did put my own ehild-heartedness to deatn,
oui,io ,hnH oravfi 1 n,;e forever more,
Like desolation on a shipwrecked shore.
There is no little child within me now, , ; ,
To sing back to the thrushes, to leap .
When June winds kiss me, wheri an apple bougn
Laughs Into blossoms, or a buttercup
Plavs with the sunshine, or a violet
Dances iu the glad aew. Aias : aias ;
The meaning of the daisies in the grass .
I have forgotten ; and if my cheeks are wet,
It is not with the blitheness of the child.
But with the bitter sorrow of sad years
O, moaning life, with life lrreconciled ;
O backward looking thought, O pain. O tears,
For us there is not any silver sound
Or rythmic wonders springing, from the ground.
Woe worth the knowledge and the bookish lprea
Which makes men mummies, weighs out every
grain , .
Of that which was miraculous before.
And sneers the heart down with the scoffing
brain ; .
Woe worth the peering, analytic days
That ri h tonrier inipp.s in the ureasi,
And put the thunders of the Lord to test,
So that no marvel must be, and no praise,
i Nor any GoU except necessity. ..,..,..
What can ye give my poor, starved life to lieu
Of this dead cherub which I slew for ye ?
Take b;ck vour doubtful wisdom, and renew
. . , i ,jv fmt.hnace nf tbp. dlinO,ft.
Whose simple Instincts guessed the heavens at
and if you want cheap goods, this Is the place to
I get them;
ALEXANDER & HARRIS.
P. & Our whole stock must be reduced, and in
order to do so will sell very cheap.
A. & II.
hundred to its
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS Of
FURNITURE. !' "
J it Full Line of ;
. CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
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I have on hand a small stock of
which I will close out without any proni. aiso a
to be sold before the season is over. All shades in
Call and get some handsome Dress Buttons.
A Beautiful Line of
PARLOR AND CHAMBER DW j ' ' ( ,
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUir .
tw COFFINS of all kinds on hand. -1
j EJT- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
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No. 5 Wfcsr Traok Strkkt.
J .CHARLOTTE, N. C.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
A New Lot of
LADIES' ApSD GENTS' KID GLOVES,
in Opera Shades.
Jerusalem is adding fifteen
Jewish population every year.
Stanley Matthews has been in Memphis. He did
not prevail as an epidemic, nuwevi.-.
Don't ride a mule unless you want to place one
foot in the grave and the other m the Luited Mates
Senate. WTdUhatl Time.
A Cincinnati preacher declares that the earth is
getting bett The gentleman has reference,
doubtless, to the soil.
The stock liar of the Tribune has mtouited
himself on the cipher dispatches and that paper
has re-engaged its old star performer-E. V.
SmaJley. Atlanta Constitutum.
-An admirer of Caleb Cushing says that the loss
toThe world by his death is like that which would
be felt upon the Durmng 01 a uidsiimvcu.
of rai-e and undupltcated books.
nnotBon -RtitlPT S'200.000. That
sum "would havrpurchased five otto tawW
pianos for the poor laboring men who he said had
just as much right to pianos as rich men.
And now the Chinese claim that the telephone is
net", two thousand years old having teu muse
the almond eyes, there is something th.it is older
than the telephone, wuig. " - -f
p-rpHt Chinese wall, it is older than tne city 01
Pekin Itte as old as the first Chinese historian.
And about as reliable. Burdette.
It Is a well understood arid strictly observed rule
with editors never to give the name ,0 ; the author
of an article unless demanded, and a, ng""?
bsewed custom of covei,tSfhe to
public press never to tlemand uUesE
tlntinn Vf htm who demands to take the matter in
controversy out of the papers and to noia me
author to a personal account.
Edison's sister tells a good story ,?f Jason's
bovhood. "He tried to set on eggs, she jsaid.
-what's that ? How V What do you mean ?
lrlEufred the listener "Why. he wis about six, I
shou d think, ana he found out how the goose was
setting and then saw what the surprising .result
ws One day we missed him called, sent .mes
sengers, couldn't lind him anywhere. , By and . by,
?i" l'.. ,i,i,,L- f.thorfmiTid him curled up in a
nest he haa madri the baru and tilled with goose
? hpn-rpUs-actually sitting on the eggs and
trying to hatch them !"
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A Gamhto'i JMtglitet -and Hee Work,
iNirvv YoRkJ January S.MaryiL
Danser, daugliter of Matt. M, Danser,
the ' niostr Il'tiinate. gam uier iew twit
ever had;, has , chapel monument in
Greenwood cemetery that cost 25,000.
Tlie linishing touches were put to it to
day. The lot is -eighty feet indiameter.
The walk'f rom the entrance of ; the lot
to the door of-the tomb consists of a
trr ami t ft si ab twentv feet long, six feet
wide ana a iool tmci. i ia me laigcou
single block of granite 'ever brought
into the cemetery.1 T ho mOntlment is a
combination ot a chapel, ana the torn d
is a Gothic structure of cruciform shape.
The base is 21x21 feet and it rises to a
height of thirty-eight feet. The mate-
rials usea on xue exwjiui io coucxij
white granite with trimmings and col-
umns OI pOUSneu TOWU: giamre. xuc
intprinr IS fi nished 1 in i Italian marble
with trimmmgs ot' American dove-coi-ored
marble, and the columns are red
Tennessee 1 niarble. iTne visitor; - ap-
Tirriachps the entrance of the chapel by
a flight of granite steps cut out of a
sititrlB hlnfJc of stone. The roof is a
marvellous piece of architecture, formed
.if fonrnointed eraWeK Twelve huge
slabs of marble slope-from the sides up
ward to an apex, and the seams are so
tightly joined as to make them seem
ii p a solid niecft of rock. Rising from
thp anfit of the roof of the chapel is a
monument of white Westerly granite,
sivlPPn fftftt in heisrhi lf An Italian mar
ble sarcophagus containing Miss Dan
set's remains is to stand beneath the
stained glass window. Upon it are to
stand two'marie stattteuses, curee ieei
high Faith', and Hope--by an Italian,
artist.' There are "to be four tiers of
tombs on either side of the entrance.
Miss Danser's mother's remains are to
repose in a sarcophagus on the left. On
the right, those of Tier father, Matt M.
Danser. These are all members of Miss
Danser's immediate family, Tbe other
relatives are to be buried in the remain
ing vaults. Matt, Danser died in 1876.
His wife survived him only three
months, and the entire property, valued
at $700,000, fell to his only daughter,
Mary. The latter was a pious Metho
dist, hut she trave liberally to all de
nominations, and1 her charities were
manifold. She was engaged to be mar
ried to a Mr. Stevens, a telegraph opera
tor, and the wedding iwas to have taken
place shortly- before she' died. Miss
Danser, then in good health, drew her
will on December 13, 1875; just sixty
days from that time she died after a
short illness. By her will she left $185,
000 to her relatives and 'friends, and
$335,000 in legacies, varying from $5,000
to $20,000 to thirty-one charitable, reli
gious and benevolent institutions in
this city, and $25,000 for her monument.
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Contemplating at an early day to make a change
favorable circumstances, I have concluded to re
selected out of my stock various complete lines,
any sacrifice it may be to me, and consumers will
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that they will in this instance come to the conclu
but cheap enough to lay up for next winter.
in the name and style of my business, and being
duce my present large stock, and as this ean be
arhounUng to about $50,000, which I am deter
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desirous to commence the new firm under die most
done only by, ottering, great inducements, I Jiaye,
mined to mil b f the 1st February, regardless ot
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sion that "A just expenditure is a wise economy,"
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and buy hot only for present and early sprttlg use.
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A. Ma Ik -3 a
500 Pieces, 25,000 Yards, Cretonne Prints, (ask
Pieces Bleached 4 4,
for that brand and take no other) at 5c.
as good as " Fruit of the Loom," at 8c.
Be sure and examine my stock of Nottingham
tac Curtains, before making purchases.
T. L. SEIGLE,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon sthailotte, N. C.
XOBILITY BEHIND THE F00: LIGHTS.
T ADIES' CLOAKS
Richard III. in thi Olympic Theatre, New York.
fXew York Sun, 8th.
The Count Joannes and Ins lovely pu
pil " in the sublime tragedy ot Kichard
ill '"played in the Olympic Iheatre
last evening to an audience smaller and
less witty than on the opening night.
Certain improvements were noticeable,
such as the Count's new shoes and the
substitution of a volcanic bugler tor the
consumptive who had the manipula
tion of that instrument on the previous
occasion. Full-sized programmes were
another improvement. But the cast ot
1,0 o,,riienr'P wns verv much weaker
than 011 Monday night, and the enter
tainment was as a whole correspon
dingly less entertaining. The very flist
line of the play, "Has the King walked
forth to-day T was greeveu miuKi .
"Whatd'yer soyV" from the gallery,
and from that moment the play became
-a pantomime to all except those who
had seats well in front. Lord Stanley,
in his colloquy wiui awixxcj,,
encouraged by the shout "Go for him
MulligaS !" and when the Duke-of
Gloster declared "I am myself alorie, a
' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes-a
np H E GREATEST B A R G A I NO
1 HE GREATEST B A R G A I NIO
Or. T n E S E A s o.xr
FT EE SEA 8 O i
voice called out, -wen, who &uu.juu
wasn't, George ?" The fair Avonia was
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fiS 5 it t uu a
R. (i. ROGERS' WAREROOM&, 1
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, (II iMK ..-f.iiT.HUll 1 iB'"f'
, -(t t. litMI-X -Mtl KIH.-UHM
. -,f( flu' -tu;n,i,nri U:U fcidi .-:iit
' ' 1' Ant HUKDEED CHOICE LADira' KftX
' - j -Unk hundred CHOICE LADIES' ClflAKt--,
JU8T BEOEIVEfD. B aaCPKKBQ
POT KECEITE BY! EXPBES
7 fi ,f.
V,v sick is.laAba Ml .Ineo!
4riiol Wiit be riold without reserve, at sacri- :
n'3S SSStoil to come andooa'.
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PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
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titty it "TiOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GIrT
BUY A CLOAK FOR A CHRISTMAS GIF X
.,.-,f fid with 9 TIT
th v.m.t "Von're a daisy !" and when
she decided not to impale George on
the sword he had placed m her hands,
a disappointed individual in the gallery
exclaimed, "Oh, , why didn't you sti6k
'im Two of the guards who remained
insight while (Jloster was making love
1 Av,no xvptp food enough' to
retire in obedience . to the ; command
"Look a here, you two cum uui
stage." "George, there's blood on the s
moon," shouted some one in the uppei
tier when Richard was going into one ot
his passions; ' and when Btchajd.
awakens from his dream and looks,
around in a brightened way a small
boy shouted, ."Look out for the moke
behind you," -mt the c osef ' the
second act the audience loudjy called
fur a speech; whereupon , the XO.unt
came down to the footlights and said,
"1 will make my speecn ui "y
benefit night." The audience timed his
stately stride i h a loud l -aghtjett.
right, lett, naiti anu uib tuuu,
to regard this as the " most unkindest
cut" of all. Just as he was making his
exit at the close of one of the scenes a
shower of beans fell upon him, and he
" V mnn-ith hia sword as though
he would impale an unoffending bald-
1 1.1 mnn wrilt flPPlH KU UI1"3 V
to carry their parts wiuiuut
demoralized, but the strain on their f a
efal lines resulted in some extremely
minful expressions. Warned by tlw
Semandfor"Hy Mary Ann" on the
opSg night, Che orchestra came pr
.j SithfhAnntfts of that popular
VfW called forth ex-
fell he went down ;iuuu "- -
shower ot beans.
The Ohio Govornoiship.
Washington Special Baltimore Sun, 7th.
f Rpnator Thurman in
position to know says that it is not
r"f .t th,.t Mr Thurman will be com-
iaiu um nhirt
pelled to run ior uuvtuiui
Gen. Ben Butler was thrown out of a
sleigh in Lowell, Mass., Monday, but
The proceeds of the recent Catholic
fair in New York were $171,500 over
till expenses. ,
The salary of the mayor of Savannah,
5a., has been reduced from $2,500 to
Buffalo Bill has made $135,000 on the
stage, and he has bought 6,300 head of
cattle in Kansas, where he will live.
Cyrus W. Field is said to have made
$2,000,000 by the Tisein New York El
evated stock and nonos.
Col. Thomas' A. Scott, according to a
Paris paper, has been almost completely
restored to health since his arrival m
Jefferson Davis was in Memphis on
the 5th instant the guest of his son-in-law,
Mr. Addison Hays. 1
The report f requently circulated and
recently revived that Wilkie Collins
was to finish Dickens' story of " Edwin
Drood" is denied by Mr. Collins. He
was asked to do it,lut he declined.
The Mississippi was a sea of ice at
liia rr tlP nth. and the Aweal
ij.cinJiii v , ----- , -'-Vrii
says it was a sight worth seeing. The
boys also were amusing themselves
sliding along the frozen streets.
Mr. Wilber 1 . Story denies emphati
cally the rumor that he has sold or ln
tia tasoii t.lwv flhicasro Times to Mr.
John Wentworthr Hai says he would !
no more think of selling his paper than
he would of going without his. break
fast." : '..'!'!'"- " .
Berlinris laid up wiiU aa accident to
the knee-cap, which causes much aax-
iety.to her trienfla,,as,e(,icw,
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All my Ladies' nntrimmed Hats, only 50 cte.
on the dollar. Boulevards from 1.00 to $3.00,
picking choice. Silk Scarfs from lOc. to 75c., worth
former price $1.75 to $6.00. Everything in the
es, 2.500 Yards, Harmony prints at 44. 100
goods in proportion.1 : ' . .. i '
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from 80c to $1 0. : Dress Goods reduced to 50c
Dry Goods line t3T at very great sacrlfioes. ,
I would urge those owing me and desirous of
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
Another laige stock
keeping up their cre Jlt, to call and settle.
L O T H I N G 1
L O T H I N G !
OSITI V JCi.
OSITI V Sli
W. KAUFMAN 4 CO'S.
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HATS. COI 'KTS.
stead- of; ;geWng, better.. .rFw1!
worse, and Dr. Wims , states that am
putation. D., the limb may become im
perative, , , :;:
Fannv Louise Buckingham played And line Fancy hosiery, at the lowest possible
week: i A deputy J sheriff went behind .
the scenes to levy ou. her wardrobe, but
there-wad so little that he also attached
the "fierv, untamed steed ' used in the
play. Mazeppa begged him to perinu
her to Tide tne nurse "ro,1"u''u"vl
Ue steppes: of ; Tartaay, so tlnit the au
dience might not be disappointed. He
consented, and was conducted to a pri
vate box! ltd -wait. The curtain was
raisedg but ni horse was there. .At the.
same instant' he -heard the flatter of
hoof in the passage back of the box.
He ran Out, and was just in time to see
the steed, with a groom on its bark,
dashing down the street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Having determined to reduce our stock, we now
offer to the people of Charlotte and this section ol
North Carolina, the largest, cheapest and most
beautiful and well selected stock , (
) rVUR ENTIRE STOCTT
1 VUB ENTIRE STQClV f
MSN'S, YOUTH'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
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Wl HAVE EVBB OFFKBED,
Mks QUERY'S JO j
Consisting of the usual variety of MEN'S, BOY'S,
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
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FOUND IN A FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
A Kuggi'Mii.n to Col. FunKy..
Business and Industrial Item.
nK; hmif wn.tpr.woi" ks ' at Lewiston,
Me., which are now aodirt 'completed,
huvp nost, 429.200. and it is thought that
When expenses jet begfig
met the cost. wiu . .""S,
below' the original esttiuHLem. n?,,.
Hamnshdre. . - Massachusetts,
Rhode Island, Connecticut, New. A;ork,
New Jersey Pennsylvania iuma i
gan are the: sonly States an which the
postal service pays, jn-a
surplus frodi these as &2,2a30OO.i , ; ;
London the were on; ftW. ?tJ;gyof
December 4251 paupers m :vvi i.
t"AT "HA L F P B I C -Ci.
The New York TTorfa, alluding to the
iict that the deaths oi m-i. Ji""ia JJ-,-otwi
n,m ( 'nhb Cushine followed
iMfffahnfelitai i railway
Underground) is said to average about
mm grbss receipts and $4,500 tunnipg
flYinonsftvefv dat. ! ; 1 : ! r ' : ;;
' -W'i UUtnfVi ' for1 New'ork
007,007, compared with OrVi'Plfsj
rina 1S7S. ,,..-fm.i ,. i i ,u u
'The artesian1 well at Charleston, S. C,
is 1)40 feetdeepj ancsaas u-
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, j
Collector's Office, 6th District, North Carolina, V
Statesville, December 12th, 1878. )
Seized for violation of United States Internal
Revenne Laws, on Thursday, December 12th, '78:
One wftsron. two mules and hamess,and three bar
rels whiskey, owner unknown.
.Ti.- t,ncv. Moti tn tiiA owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear bef ore
mt i at my office In StatesvUle, and make claim
thereto betpre ine ww.L'TmS
ditte pereoi, or rue same wm j'fypv :
deel4 oaw 4w
XTOTICE OF SEIZURE.
- : i U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. , ,
CUector's Qffi.ce, 6th Distrid -North . CwoUm.
SAiri for violation of United States Internal
Rev-mue Laws, on Saturday, December Aim, to.
k raiilAQ 9T1fl 1 WRGTOn and harness, one barrel of
whiskey, the property of W, F Burns.
Knti is hereby given to the owner or claimants
of th alfr dtiiribed property to appear before
thereto beforefce expiratioa of. J&ifif?SS
date hereof, or the. same will be forfeited to the
United Stoles. ; 1 Jr
J. G. Yochs, coueCTOr-
i . Deputy.
)anl 4w oaw
XfOTICE OF SEIZUBE.
in ilr la that nnr friends and customers
willgive us a call, as It will be to your Interest, and
vmi riii rata from fifteen 4o twentw perioent on
yourpurchaaes. wmWWJjCO-, :
opruiga wiuci, Mimwwi.
rjHE WORLD'S STANDARD.
For Sale Also J
we are bound to sell, and will sell.
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amDly re nay ion.
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Fln Clothiers and Tailoff.
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWliEST
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JUST RECEIYED at ALLEN'S JEWLBY (ST0EE
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Goods ever offered to Charlotto. fw
Sets. FlontfHte: Hasaluf Plumond, Pearl and
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Wxtures Gene
The Improved Type WrlterJI ,
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J i"Mih of rtbem ift Co. Forney's
PfMw 8TK8: -If he will but select
his W8 Wloudy. Col. , Forney
may make his lively yet eadly journal
the instrument of great good . t9 , hift
country and to mankind.. , Si -iU,f
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'' Tr. all who are sufrerIiig, ttie eriors aod'
erne youTTREE pF CHARGE: ; Thisgreat,
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REYrjOSEPH T IN"A StettibTeuet
New York City. fijTOwTJu.
. TTitoi ctatAaTntArnal Revenue. i
bolfecis Office frfimii X '
8totesTiUeiNia,IJScember 6th, 1878.)
Seized for violation bf Un Ss Internal
I Revenue Laws, on Saturday, December a, 78.
' ' t eri boxes Tobacoo, as the property of J. R Fare, I
r Notice Is hereby ven,KK mmmx
of the above described property to apjpear before
meat my office to StotesvUlet nd make-ciatm.
.date hereof, or,the same, will , be forfeited w ine
United States. , , , ., J- J- VuLior
dec254woaw- " , coiiecwr.
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Tb ldjes are Iftytteto caU.early and
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end for Crreolars.1
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FAIRBANKS CO., .
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