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CHARLOTTE, N. TUESDAY, FEBRtTAlRYl 25 1879.V ; - NO; 3314 -
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r PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, dO. .
f ' I'- '.,,(",,''"":',,v , ; -- r , ' W' - ' 'r lSf5-w'- i-i-fi. ;;itry. v ' ' ' :-",:,i,'.'V.' , ir-UI i,; i i' ."JP cftagwest,-jrmr.iir8a, at Short ,
A - A
M l IS
ClSBMXBJS UK ALPACAS,
Priea bom 25 BUta to On Mk
i Ktr COLORS CASkttiS iH
MHtb Sl-OQ. ;
o not tell to'see L AKa.ore
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
oKAun w -"' '
ll :,tf, in!Ki;.vn -if
. ' ': an'. .-r;t; i s ..; JS
FURNITUBI f l . I
BIDDING C 'P'WKIK ,BEKttI
r.' -71 ,71 .tti.t.-3 .4 ,i.n4!-TJSif
i li4iH LlnM '
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS i
LOUNGES ! .. .
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS f
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS f
. ' if S i A m',UH"
COFFINS of an Muds on band. -4,.
iy COFFINRof aU ktad on nand.iX3 : fr
ftn"f infi ..i
no. 5 WHOTsfiki Snter.
: . iv." la sbsia nlsam to baii Ttir'd
- Lad!a' and aenttomen'a Burial RMBrin
' soppij, .. j0 istniot f.dJfloui lo noumi'jii
MU URSX NIT If
I TTCTg ' UKRR E1
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K. O. ROGERS' "
1 - i
'.Sjwk is very Let ; and eeabmoM a Fun iJne of
" ui-jtj Mini jraiTi tda; ki a
If&bsra m'y .bvTlufi vjt
PAKLOX CHAMBER, DINING ROD
........ fc. mmm 3 t
THIS DAT BSCEITXD i
ALso a supply p ChlWreo'a i,
Call and see them.
ALEXANDER ft HARRIS.
T? 155 LADIES,
7A V AUJK AtAXUCa,
TO THE LADIES.
O THE LADIES.
oil int ii ..;!
.&f)0fJLf) , i J
SIX HUNDRED TARDS OF
B B U
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v mm m
T n NW H o o
T n R Kit o
T UK KB O OO
T I R KB OOO ,
BBB D DRIR
B B V DIIH
BBB CC K1RI
8S.H H Ai-DDitKKBa88a
rs H A 5 D n
BSS.HHH A A. D DEB SS,
J&tBdinc BUM. White, and all the delicate
I OpUlaottB Tryonst, Charlotte, k ef
i u v i
We take pleasure in announcing to our friends
iahd the public in general, that we leave to-day for
IdW f.'-C(l rf
To purchase our large and varied
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SUMMER STOCK ,
nx t A
1 HE LATEST SOVXLTIEJ
-lifiiiH .TAXHia it :iYH 1"xf Dili
-0V TES KASOK.-
itt' ofe.onhtj season to inaugurate aiifrg rdei6erjaCiiied iuponiCmatriage the
. i 111 ...T " ' . . ' --'-J .' ZT. T v.nv.vrv 4a ytlAni,.' iHs tlv
new systemjCt i
Mf mil nm Mtmmnnttv al lane a chance
INllta),i" 1 1
aj;UT: Y:iYixvfiifii:i9w. une, yesceruay
to purchase Goods at
-SirtI .w.'oi'I -'5pfrtft') eej;i'3ai3 lui! ac ?I
w . . J&1m1
wm i1 oJ os wvrwU 10
bstnwrs SlvTt bar b'Jlilrx frwvHlw1? Ja' 11
'n'fUSti ttwLL W91 9tu 0:
(J,Wa m, closing ont a W of ? tutTO.
;oi."m ii 9T5
TlAK3-iI ' f-irvtia
"..AT LESS THAN CXJST. ,7X3-1 :10-;
4 .fiHvlKvK ,.
. 1) hi fcC
" Don'ifaUtdcaUaadsefns, :.f J;
.XiT:n 7UI, I H.M0BRIsiKiC '
When a chord in the harp is broken,- ' i ' '"
Though the others their music retain." 1 - '
It hangs unstrung, and shall ne'er respond, " -
,To, thejlayer's touch again. - -' '!
Long since. In my early manhood, ' ' : f '''. .
Full of promise, of hope and Joy, r -w
Mybeart'a best strtag was broken
waen a woman crushed her toy. .
My Uf yet runs as calmly, ... v..
But that one chord Is dumb;
And however rudely they strike it, ' .... . -..
Na answering echoes oome. . L
' When the Philistine goes to the church fair and
sees the minister draw the Shakespeare, the min
ister's wife the set of furs, his daughter the piano,
the senior deacon the horse and carriage and the
exton a barrel of flour, he comes away sadly con
fident that he knows why the heathen so furiously
rage together. Boston Transcript. : . . . . ,
. Breathitt county, Ky., where the deadly vendetta
has raged, is described in the Louisville Courier
a land where revolver and rifle
. '-Are used for the purpose of settling disputes;
Where life Is regarded as only a trifle, '
, i And 'tlii usual for people to die in their boots. "
"Just beforeVllhelmJ's recent visit to Columbus,
Ohio, a lady died who was a passionate lover of
music, and had been impatiently anticipating the
pleasure of hearing him play. The day of his ar
rival was the day of her death. A. message , was
aent to WuheimJ staling the eiwmmHtances, And
that night he knew well the reason why so many
reserved seats were unoccupied. The next morn
ing he, with an accompanist, visited the house and
requested the privilege of playing a requiem, as
was the custom in his own home in Germany. It
was, of course, granted by the sorrowing family.
A Woman in a TCarum Palfta mllmnil nor ant
f facing a man who; with one eye at least, seemed to
d staring nxediy at ner. She becamelndlgnanLand
said, A'Wny do you look at me so, sir?',' He said
uuu ue was not aware oi naving aone so, out sne
Insisted. "I beg your pardon, madame, but It's,
this eye. Is it not?" lifting his finger to his left
optic. ''Tes. sir. It's that eye." "Well, madame,
that eye won't do you any harm. It's a glass eye,
madame-only a glass eye. I hope you'll excuse
it. But, upon my soul, I'm not supprised that
even a glass eye should feel interested in so pretty
a woman." The explanation and the compliment
combined to put the woman into a good humor. L
, "Ton know' said Rice, "how The negro likes
'possum," "Two darkies were riding from a field
after a hard day's plowing. They began to talk
about the things good to eat. "What do you say to
dis?" said one. "T-a-k-e a good f-a-t 'possum
pah bile him put him In ole fashion Dutch evlng
roas' him brown' the other darkey's eyes rolling
and mouth watering as the description went on
sarve him up wld o-o-o-n graby "Shut yo' mouf,
you nlggah; I'U fall right offn dis hoss.' '
AT THE vOtK PIT.
Opening of the Main Between Kentucky and
New Orleans Picayune, 21st
Last night the great cocking main b6
tweenXeutacky and Tennessee on one
side ' and ' Georgia on the other, was
opened at the .Louisiana cock pit, cor
ner of Roman and Dumalne streets.
Over four hundred persons were pre
sent. The spectators were chiefly of
the higher class of society, and compos
ed of a large number of the leading
gentlemen of the city, both in public
and private lif ei
Mr. Tom CNeil represents Kentucky
and Tennessee, and has 100 birds in
trim, and Mr. Chas. Brown, Georgia,
with also 100 fine birds. .
AfTS o'clock precisely one -of the Ken
tucky birds was entered for the main by
O'Niel, and Brown pitted against him
a "Shawlneck" of the Georgia chicken
The pit was cleared and the feathered
gladiators encountered each other. The
etting was 5 to 4 in favor of the Ken
tucky bird. After the third pass the
Georgia bird received a bad cut on the
left thigh, disabling that limb. The
fight at this juncture was decidedly in
favor of Kentucky, and the betting
went up 30 to 10.
TheGeorgiaTCOck weakened - rapidlyy
and at a certain moment beta of 100 to
5 were ofiered. ' Now and then one of
the birds would make a strike and then
stop and iremairi motionless. iL, Finally
the Georgia bird was withdrawn, and
the victory declared for Kenucky.
The recontre lasted thirty-five min
utes, and the general verdict was that
it was the poorest fight ever seen. The
connoisseurs declared that the Georgia
bird was the better . of the two, and
would certainly have, won the : match;
had he not received the bad cut at the
I commencement. . , '
After 'the first combat: the opening
f e f themain flghts,T the hack fights
nviv vuwnuwvwt. ""fr j m. f...
Another: Georgia lird- was .matched
against a Kentucky cock and soon slew
him. Before the bird were jpitted the.
odds were by iax in favor of Kentucky,
but the bettiiig changed after the sec
ond pass,' as1 the Georgia cracker was de
cidedly the more active and adroit figh
ter. The contest lasted but a few mo
ments. The Georgia Shawlneck at the
third mss buried his sraffs in Kentucky's 1
lije kfllirig Um almost instantlyj TM
becftni hm Ifight:.' was .called tifti ana
acrain TCentuckv and Georgia ; were
atched:fiThls prbved by far the intpsjtj
interesting of thengnts. At tne open
bird representing; tha SfatA Appeared
to have the advantage. Tfie Georgia
bird was game enottgn, ana. , sexereiy
I i Tho TTnnfnnW Klif tmonl tlio ant
j... . . . , :.ji.:.v.j 1 c..n
up. tut) ugUL uruopcu uia iicm, ouu uuouy
gave up the fight The Georgia bird
made a pass at him, causing him to run.
He was picked up and the victory an
nounced for Georgia.
(Only one of the fights of the 'main
having come off, it was announced that
'to-night six would be fought, and on
each following night seven. ; i
The hack fights will take place daily,
commencing at 11 o'clock in the morn
ing, the meetings at night being special
ly set aside for the main fights.
) Elopement of a Congressman's Daugbte" .
; Danville iVa ) News, 22d.
Fpr some time Mr, ; L. j H. Lewis, as,
yiottngf man who has Jately become aJ
resident of Danville," has been paying
This attention to Miss Sallie D. Cal
eldest dauehter of Hon. Geo. C. Cabell,
member of frnnsrress from this district.
wmuiz lo tnn mxcr.n. nowever. anujue-
ranging everything between themselves
mey went over to I'emam, jusi across
iLL Ii. . ... .CijI'iiTjr ij:
gotTharried. vThe i ceremonyiwas per-.
fprmed by 'Bet; Mtrwalkety atil: 80 p
Thip f;Thenewly; married' pair then re
turned to therfrv and are" stonoinir at
Mrso-fY B, Jones' boarding house on
fflen. Butler Gives a Bie D oner to the Natlonab.
f - Wash. Cor. Richmond Dispatch, 22nd.
i The National committee and mac-
nates of the Greenback and Labor
party are in session here, and they are
earnestly conferring as to how they can
best help their party in the next House
and : in the presidential campaign of
1880V : This evening Gen. Ben Butler
gave them a dinner, and as they: were
ushered into a granite palace by a mu
latto in full dress, and saw magnificent
fcarpetsi curtains and furniture too good
at xne nan or fersia, tney xorgoc me
horny-handed sons of toil now without
employment. Their forgetfulness, too,
was further increased when from acta
ble covered with cut-glass, silver and
rare china, they gratified their appetites
with terrapin stew; canvass backs, lux
urious dessert and costly wines.
Mica Slmw f In North Carolina,
' ' iRaletgh Farmer and Mechanic. - .v ,
'i Mr. Narcisse P&imadore, of; ttiia city
recently wrote toT S. Arthur, iJr4 of
Greenville, S, ' who is . onej of the
largest, if not the largest, of the mica
miners in Western North Carolina ask
ing information as to the probable- ex-
tent of the business in our State. Mr.
Arthur replied on a postal, dated JFeb.
16: At' present, and for. the last four
years, the number of pounds ; of: mica
mined has been about 40,000 pounds,
worth at the mines about $75,000-about
25 per cent' added for 1 value, in S". X
About $1,000,000 worth has been sold
from North Carolina iav7 rayear8l50
tons corundum was' mined-in North
Carolina 6 or 7 years ago That busi
ness, revived again fer 1877, since when
about 50 tons has peen mjLned.-' J The
supply will now be. steady, with an in
crease," : l?r'7 - f -S-y-s c ,
-a Card."1-'-"' ' !' :;
To all who are suffering from, the errors and In
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that
will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. , This great
remedy . was" discovered' by a missionary v in
South America. " Send a: self -addressed.' envelope
to the REV: JOSEPH T. INMAJf, Btatlon D, Bible
as160;0: V - v.-'- ! '
'.x -if--. " ' " ui m" '" ' "i . t " ' "
Ease Attalaakle ky the EhcHmatic
Tes, although ttey may' despair of relief it is
attainable by . rheumatic sufferers, ior there tea
remedy which carries off, by means, of. Increased
activity of the Iddners ImpcTtent chamiels fw
blood purtncatlon the- acrid, element toJ which
pathologists themost eminent attrttoutethe painful
symptoms theory completely borne out by urin
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurentls
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamlna
Oon of the blood with , the , bUe and a certain
means of relief In dyspepsia; levet and ague, and
nervous aflmente. It te, perhaps, toe finest -tonic
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts
who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very
beneficial. The press also endorses It
fan to remember, that
ire to New York, don't
order to accommodate
and save your money, to make" wat; on
to nUt the largest Hotel tn;NewTo; the Mammoth
Grand Centrat -'on Rroadwayv vfmherealef p kept
on both the American and European -plans; i The
American plan Including meals and lodging $2.50
or $3.00, and the European- plan S1.0Q, and up
wards per day. An elegant Restaurant, at moder
ate prices, is conducted by the Hotel. "
CHOICE NORTHERN' -
A . ppp . ppp
AA . P P ' P P,
A A ' ' PPP - PPP
' KB' -
A A P - F - ;- LLLL XBB " BSS8
AAA k " ' V 'W ' T T
Received every week.
THRESH ARRIVALS, FOR SALE, WANTED.
16 boxes assorted Candles. 5 boxes eholce Oys
ter Crackers. 5 boxes Family Washing Soap, largest
10c bars in the city. -"
Also 1 fine Milch Cow and one mednmi uall
Cow with young calf, for sale low. -, -
500 dozen PARTRIDGES WANTED. ' "
dec2d ; B. N. SMITH.
OTICE TO FARMERS!!!
am prepared to STORE COTTON tn my fire proof
bulldtng either n basement or on the first or sec
ond floors and wQl give warehouse- receipts on
which you can draw money If desired.
9 Charges moderate.'
...... i . ....... ...
, .THOMAS H. GAITHER. .
SEED OATS, &C.
600 Bushels Seed Oats.
50 Bushels N. C Irish Potatoes.
; Corn, Flour and Wheat Bran.
i Baled Hay, Shucks and Fodder.
HEAVT GROCERIES, AC. '
t . WILLIAMS & FINGER.
1 Feb. 40, 1879.' '
O T TON
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
THOMAS H. GAITHER, a ?
Li UOTTON COMHIS8IOH MBBCHAVX::
B. ALEXANDER & CO.,
... . . ;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
College Street, Charlotte, N. C,
We handle more general .country produce than
any house In the city, and still solicit further eon
consignments from all parties who are willing to
be satisfied with the best Job we can put up on this
market All those-whettaanei he pleased with our
best efforts, are respectfully-, requested to send
their goods to somebQdi.else ,
Q.RCijERIES CHEAPm THAN EVER,
NEW GOODS !
NEW FEATURES !
Come to me for Bacon, Corn, Sugar, Coffee, Mo
lasses, and other Family Groceries.
1 Just received, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
BEST RYE WHISKEY; -
Also a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell for cash.
All goods delivered m uie city iree oi cnarge, :',;
v W.H.CRIMMINGER, .
S Trade Street, :
Next door below. Wilson & Black's old stand. ;
ap!5- -'rr:i xx
i have now in store a full supply of Groceries and
family supplies. "t"1 j '
, Just Received: ;,V
t . - ' '. :ir !-;:;:,, '
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Magnolia Hams. Also a lot of very large Turkeys.
Ti' "" feiw fil1
, ' ' A STORE FOR RENT. ' 'V
a M. HOWELL
i I am now In. receipt of a large lot of the eelebr:
tedSTTJPEBAKER WAGONS, aU Sizes,-which
will be sold on1 reasonable terms.
- -- -fiATX TBATiT.T'
and supply iyurs'eliwUh0 tielfran.c) -
. v.-wn.i s ft u; GAIXW;
A N ELEGANT LINE
, ELEGANT LINE
'i r a i
AN ELEGANT LIN
Just received at
WITTKOWSKY & BABUCH'S.
AN ELEGANT LINE
: OPERA SHADES, : '
Just, received at
wittkowsky: & baruch's.
V L O T BI N G!
C L 0 T H I N VT !
W. KAUFMAN 4 GO'S.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
, Having determined to reduce bur 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
OOO 1. OO TTTT H
H it NN N
O O L Hl OiiO-; T , H H II NN N G
O L O O T HHH H NWW O
OOQ JLLTX OO T H H U N ITN GOG
wn BATS SVSB OFFKBSD,
Consisting of the usual variety" of MEN'S. BOY'S,'
. YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S
FOUND IN A. FIRST CLASS. HOUSE- m
All we ask is that mi frlAnrlaaml cuiatAmnra
will give ns a call, as It will be to your interest, and
jou wflt save from fifteen to twwitr riAr nt An
jeur purchases. -f s , ? ; w KAUFMAN CO..
, Springs Corner, Chariotte, N. Cy
4 maii nmamjw souk okdjsus.
Mr. Hkkrt JL Cbowxix, of Newark, New Jerseyj
jweli known in Charlotte: wul visit the; city about the.
! ....f. ; .. .f-n . 1 - ,rt : "r. 5 -'v"
15th of February , with a full' and handsome line
of samples for dress and business suits. Including
the newest and most fashlonahle'goods in the mar
ket, Hold your ionlera; and remember the date.
! r 5 f V'i"
QPRN,AND WHEAT EXCHANGE, , ?
. i i' tostofflee Address, Charlotte City Mills
Parttes hitrffig gralri to grind or to'sell will find
It to their Jnterest to call on the ondersigned.! Meat
ground either fine or coarse, according to order, r
Thankful for former patronage, A will give my
prompt personal attention to all orders from one
bushel to a ear load. ..;-: i ti- ,s
te ' STO xi' ji,?i'l ti-:ojoiuai KWBnin, ,y
Just received a fresh supply of superior Tea. ,
WILSON BURWELL, 1
LACK STRAP JMOLASSES ,
Undereoslbf thaharrtfl.r.vl f-1 v.-- -'.,'
(. o .rJ.: niLtROT.CAVTDSON,
U 38 TT.
u" n , s
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I I PPB BIINN SO G
B8S8PPP RBB nHXHO
! "SS? ' B -BnZI.HN GGGSili .
"'' - :' 1 '.,f:i tf j ,
-TT7E HAVE JUST RECEIVE FROtf-l
WE HAVE - JUST RECEIVED FROiVl rt
' 1 i" ! c'l.i.., .. V 1 I'-ri
I ; f". , - 'U'';
UR .HOUSXl '
-'""" ' ; r
A fun and complete line of sample Goods tor Spring
Wear; the styles are aU new, attractlvo-aad .
. handsomely designed; the. Goodd
are all of Foreign Looms, "'"'
s . such as A;t ; i "j '
French, Ehgnsh, Scotch and German,
And with Increased, facilities, we ask our friends
"and patrons to com and look at our Goods, as
we Intend to make garments to order, cheap
er than any Northern tailor coming -through
here; we have also reoelv
edvRutterickrs fashion Plates r.
for c spring a and summer
; '.yreaPasvgulde, ' '
time before a rush of manufacture.
L. BERWANGER & BRO'V
i Fine aothWrs and Taflora.
N. -rEverybody that wants winter clothlne win
save money by calling on us, as we will sell them
regardless of cost, Men's, Youths', Boys' ; and
HE WORLD'S STANDARD.
For Sale Also,
PATENT ALARM MONEY DRAWERS
Coffee Mills, Spice Mills, and Store Fixtures Gene
The Improved Type Writer.
Oscillating Pump Co's Pumps,
end for eircularsr ". -
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
311 Broadway, New York
For sale by Leadine Hardware Dealers
By calling at
You can see the finest lot of t'
DECORATED TOILETDINNEE AND TEA SETS
Ever brought to the Southern Stillest - -
. New Goods from all foreign factories. Decora
ted Ware in unlimited quantities from Limoges,
180 SOUP ANJVSAUCE TUREENS ; A1U8afiffl!W r5r(
Just received, which wfli Wseld it a mere sacrifice'.5
:7o Crates of assorted ' i
. 1 : V::.. t' - , .)i
-STAMPED "0 WARE-
for the Wholesale-tCaThls'lonmTmerch
will find to sail as wel as W ekgQod9, a ,it has
aU the white granite shapes; inuw
' ' - , (-r ' 'r . .
. Call anl 'convince, koursei of. the fWi"
" ' , 1 1 f - !' s ' 1 j , , - ,
c;nrie the largesit stock ef . '!..
J , ' rf - '1" ' rV.fi j. til ii'-,
" - - "I i.. .7 vv-iZ
, , , WHOLESALE) ANjP RETAIL, TIRADE (ijr.
c .: iLf,f': .ii.IathelSeuth. ;; :i:,n .
rTT.! jTTnrf ;j ! iijju
i - MERCHANT TAILOR hxiC vS
-.i-:iLyi i--.i2Lv.,r,?-ai !j . if.
iaw jiuH.icuvuiauiiues oi spnng uooas. tiisdr
mends and customers are most respectfully invited
to call and make seleeUons so . as to enable him to if
secure uieur cpoic m iue time, huyil m b i.:vA
H JIo !! !! iJi
JAMES MURPHY, , ,
,'u - ti.'
PAmCAL'tATL0R,irJf i :.Tf
: j Owtng'to me stringency joi the5 times" i'wni n
ture work verv ehean. win nakt fln milt i
S10v as8imere suits f or Pants of -suits same,
raies. guaiasiee su my- wow mo he nQrChareei
17.- tUivi12 "JUJ Hill
TAB. A. W. ALEXANDER mY v?-y foil
i -va t r3r-rE.N.TISTr--:tJ; f?trr;
r--;j ('i'JtJtttcca&QsmljS'''rt iw-Jp-mldorsedhyphrsJajis, eol4bvHdT3:i'N. A4-
ri. n'i"A-t J "TT. TT n rjf-tdress c ww?JPIWALS-laj co.;i OiU '
t With 25 years, experience 1 1 guarantee entire
! l'"'!''','f ,M;t Sri ojjL
v-.w ;;iiUit.H'i j,,!joTK' ajli oj vVnit.
i;i 'H'jn my;n,Hn "iff tiivft''
-: p;;.5' PBANGES;sp
' 1 ' ". f i.r-.-'iyV Jj.is- Jftir.h
1. x .! .u a;-f .ti,
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f'.;j".., i.iiv, o -j,sl
ii; M-;-.i'i f- ;Vjf .
. i CARAMELS
,': r- '-L' ,","r CIGARS 'iift
& -Bi B B.f. f Toil i!u"sst: i
Don't fan to call and gef a Suppln Arfresh sap
HJLU - '
ISING - SU.
this sroxr, -M1
CO thought Contitantlne when he i became a con-11 '
vert, because, a ."jparo'? refused, to abspB hJnf .
from the guilt of his -crimes, and thei ffcJWsWaa'f jj ;
readily agreed,1 and special a
him a algaby which Was to oner
Henry the VHI in turn rejected Constanftoe'a
specialty and became the .''defender, of, fl(flejj-n,.-Faith"
with his six 'vvtves, ' onlr butilvtnanlm;'1 ?
Seven hundred years before Constantine lived Solo- '
mon, wno Duut a Temple with ront-house,ourt
Ac, on 20 acres of ground 700 wlves,390 jUtto ,a .,
good sized population to the aerA?' The 0oe4h if n
Shebaaubied his wisdom nracn-mor'thaioifl1
magnificence, and significantly remarked that "the ,
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haU of his gnatness had, not been; Idbejfbnt w.
after he declared, thnt !ag tro,?rDutahlgh S
places forie worship &ihiatem tott&tU$i$bktr.
Napoleon Bonaparte! ononis 'narrow escanl
the inflowing tldeof tl(e Red W'blia'passing ' v
through on the spo where Pharaoh and-Us herp
perished, exclaimed!1 'lf I haff pflrisaedJterfe Ukti 1
Pharaoh, Wh a tl wouli haveto
doxy" andC. S. EltontoadmWtree''
eries and Groceries at the :togon,Txde d
street, opposite the Market Housejwhereleverjsi ,v.
thing in the abovIthes may ; be fotod, 'fficiadlniti
ferry's' Gaxaen'Seeds? Greeti 'andCannedFfuftsiJ,tf
Nuts, Teas, jCoffees jSugars, Pickles fipe .Cigars ,
and Tobacep, Toyajc.i, , S..HpLTNi ...
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five minutes walk ot
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guaranteed. Nowexdnslf ulymstd by all celebrated
physichmf iof . Europe and Amea,-, beeomlD? 'a '
Staple, JHanniess," and Reliable 'Remedy oh oolh ,
continentsui Thar Highest i Medieal :Awfrtvrf -1 1
U Paris, report 95 cures out of 100 cases, will; in three .
UriCiA'iid which exists in ter -.Blood of r"it c
and Gouty Patients. , 81,00 a box,'6"l .s lur ' '
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