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l HAS. B. JOSES, - - SWor apd Proprietor
"Frwflrom tbe doting cwil?eaP(m
free-born reason." .
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 187ft
COL WJLTER CLARK ASP THS LEGISLATURE
ia printed a cam .from ypi. vv aiwr
Clar'.r, one of ifotffcrfc'of the Raleigh
iVew, in reply of the report of the leg
islative committee appointed to iTOjr
tigate threats made ii nmiWvran
the giving out of the ptiir printing
The printed testirrioriVwh'icri Was com
posed in great partof pJfe$rtoJisnl jaf
'swers bearing upon the authorship of
certain railroad articles in the News,
proved nothing for or against that pa
per so far as its campaign for public
printer coacetned ml the insuf
ficiency o'f the grounds upon which the
verdict f a fturid! afaihiftlii by the
committee. sr jnade apparent by Col
Clark's canii i . K . t i1 '
This is no affair of ours, strictly
speaking, but it is important to us and
t, all other journalists to know if this
inrtujitQji4 yftePj to niake apart
of ?tWw5Jionlry hi 'government in
NortfWfa-T Iffn a 1aper hap'
lns-O-efentarrt km article which does
not meej tjef apravajf ft a member of
the" Legislature, "its proprietor is there
by rendered liable to appear and an
swer who wrote the article, and what
for, it is high time that the fact was
being made generally fcriojvvfl. The pro
ceeding, however, was never heard of
in North Carolina before, and if the
press has a proper appreciation of its
own rights, dignity and importance, it
will neyer be heard of again. . . j
It owes It to itself to speak out
against this species of bull-dozing for
it is bull-dozing, and nothing short of
it ; and bull-dozing, too, of a very des
picable character, since it is an under
taking to gag the press under false pre
tences. The Ma.su all Xey Romance. A
friend who well knew the old school'
teacher, Peter Stuart Xey, Mr Andrew
1) jit and Col. Emanuel Sifford, all three
confirms what The Observer said
yesterday in reference to Col. Sifford's
version of the Marshall Ney, matter.
Col. Sifford, we are told, is'a' halite of'
Lincoln county who moved to Arkansas
a number of years ago. . In Lincoln he
was a neighber of one Andrew Derr, at
whose house Xey for a time boarded
all this near a locality known its Cataw
ba springs and in what is now Catawba
Springs township. Col. Sifford, we are
assured, knew Derr and tlie old school
teacher, loth, intimately, and it is pro
bable Xkii it? yas-'th,' f'hicagd fiesi
paper and not Col. S. who mixed the
s i , -? ' '
State Bonds and the State Debt.
The Raleigh News presents the fol
lowing important item of new gjivfng
it editorial shape:
State bonds have gone up from 17 to
21 since the passage of the act to com
promise the State debt, and nearly
& 100,000 of the bonds have been already'
tendered the public treasurer for ex
change under the act.
This would seem to indicate that the
bondholders are not, after all, so much
disgusted as some outsiders would have
us believe, with the proposition which
North Carolina makes to her creditors.
Certain It" is that under the "new "act
manyjof them though certainly not
all will get as much for their bonds as
they paid for them, and as much as the
majority of them have for the past ten
or twelve years expected.
It is not likely that uiuch will be done
by the General Assembly to-day the
last day of the session. Private infor
mation which reaches us from Raleigh
under date of Wednesday in to the ef
fect that most of the members at that
time expected to leave for their homes
yesterday (Thursday) afternoon.
THE ROYAL MARRIAGE.
The Scene at the Marriage of tJio'Duke
of Connatight and Princess Louisa
LoNDpn, March 13,-VThe weather for
the past ten days jhai been bright- and
line, affording ample facilities for pre
paration at Windsor for. the celebration
to-day, in St. George's chapel, of the
nuptials of the Duke of Connaught, son
of Queen .Victoria, and Princess Louisa
Margaret .jdaughter . of Prince and.
Princess Frederick Charles of Prussia.
To-day the sky is cloudless and the
weather beautituL The marriage pre
sents are displayed in the white draw
ing room of the castle and are being
added to up to the last moment.
Mr Sidney Hall received the Queen's
command to sketch the; brilliant ecene
in St. George's chapel to-day. Within
the altar, rails at the ceremony were the
officiating clergy and bride' and bride
groom. Next to them behind their
respective suppoTters,the Crown Prince
and Prince Frederick Charles for the
bride; the Prince of Wales and the
Duke of Edinburgh for the bridegroom.
The Queen was on the right close by the
Princeof-Watesi tThePnneess Beatrice
and Pritfc&' 'Albert Victor,, of W ales,
were behind her majesty. Next behind
them 'were the r- Jfrincess of Wales,
Prince George and the Princesses
Wales, ine Driuesmaias were on the
western portion Mjhedaiswitfl a Vice
Chamberlain anbTlrtrChamberlain on
each side. Other royal personages were
seated on each side of the altar. The
body of the chapel was occupied by
about 150 ambassadors and foreign
ministers with their families, cabinet
ministers, members "of the nobility and
distinguished soldiers and sailors.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
The Walking Match: in New York and
the Weitttng 3tat6 in Eostdri. ' f
Boston, March 13. The wrestling
match for 6500 and! the championship
of the world between Col. McLaughlin
and John McMahon was decided by the
referee as a draw.
New York, March 13. Rowell, 303
miles; Harriman;2WrEimlWt r'
Since yesterday, Rowell had, up to 11
o'clock to-day, increasea ma ieau on
Harrimart itaA'ma then twenty-five
ahead. Ennis is fining very rapidly
-ww xMrn-W Tn T I1H I I rfi 1 1 1 1- 1 1 Ii
roafa r hp latter taa.es. nauiiuau, w
11 aT hl, only led Ennis by three miles.
The fastest miles made by the three
wtMnfoiM: t4fito&&r were:
Tst n'S 0m. VHarri-
otqh, imnfi. nmrifki.-. Ennis, 27Qtn
uiaitf tww j r
mile, Qmmi w-f it
A BULLET THROUGH THE BRUIT.
A allien of Davidson County Fatally
Shoots a Irokr.to-law.f f
; ; tj y
Special Dispateli to tbe'OtTer, .
Hayden wad killed near Holtsbttrg, Da
vidson county, to-day, by his brother-in-law,
M. W. Barber. They had pre
viously been at enmity with each other,
and for.mdtime past had not been on
sneak'incr terms!. Tolav Barber was
passing Hayaeris house on horseback,
when the latter accosted him insulting
ly. Barber replied, and in the course of
a heated colloquy which followed, Hay
den, who was at this time in the road,
gave Barber the -"-d lie. The latter
spit in his face and ordered him to stand
aside. Hayden, instead of doing so, ad
vanced and grasped Barber's bridle rein,
whereupon Barber drew a revolver and
shot him through the head, the wound
producing almost instant death.
Barber subsequently surrendered him'
self to the officers and is now in jail at
More Gangers Widow Oliver's
Agairutt Simon Cameron.
Washington, March 13. J. W. Crews
and C. C. Byerly have been appointed
internal revenue . storekeepers and
caucers for the fifth district of North
Carolina; W. F. Green for the fifth dis
trict of Tennessee. andJ.U. Eaves for
the sixth district of North Carolina.
The case of Mrs. Mary S. Oliver
against Hon. Simon Cameron for breach
or promise to marry, in which damages
are laid at $50,000, was on the calendar
for trial to-day in the circuit court, but
there being several cases ahead of it the
case was not called up.
Re-Elfctton of Officers $40,000 Made
New York, March 13 The stock
holders of the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line road vesterdav elected the follow
ing directors: Eugene Kelly, Wm. H
Fogg. Alex. P. Irving, A. P. Dickinson
Francis Smith, Abraham S. Stewart
and Wm. B. Isham, of New York : Hi
ram W. Sibley and Byron P. McAlisine,
of Rochester, and Shipwith Wilmer and
Francis P. Clark, of Baltimore. At a
subsequent meeting of the board of di
rectors Hiram W. Sibley was re-elected
president. The rejwrt submitted showed
that the net earnings for the last year
were about $40,000.
Bayard Thinks tbe Session will be Short
New York, March 13. The Herald
gives the result of an interview .with
Senator Bayard in this city yesterday,
He is reported as expressing the opinion
that the extra session will be short so as
to exclude general legislation, only the
two appropriation bills and the passage
of the laws demanded by the House at
the last session engaging the attention of
Congress. He defined those laws to be
the repeal of the war test oath of 1802,
the enactment of a law providing for
impartial juries, amendment of the pres
ent law which permits the presence of
armed forces at the elections to keep
peace, and the repeal of those sections
of the revised statutes which provide
for the appointment of Federal officials
as supervisors of elections in the sev
eral States and counties by deputy mar
shals. Wanting to Knjoln tbe Trustees of tbe
Cincinnati, March 13. At the re
quest of prominent citizens the city
solicitor is preparing an application for
an injunction to restrain the trustees
of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad and
the directors of the Cincinnati Southern
Railw;ay company from executing an
agreement made hetween them yester
day by whlcirthe latter as agents of the
former were to operate the road, on the
ground that it amounts to the running
ot the road by the city and would ren
der the tax-payers liable to all the re
sponsibilities of common carriers.
Death from a Pennsylvania Kxplosion.
Danville. Pa., March 13. A terri
ble explosion occurred this afternoon at
the Mahoning powder works of P. M.
Gallagher & Co., completely destroying
the building, and instantlv killing
Willis Llova. one of the nroDrietors.
Jno. J. Evans and Jno. C. Mower, their
mangled remains being scattered in
every direction. The cause of the ex
plosion is unknown.
Fatal Difficulty Between Beys In Golds-
Goldsboro, N. G, March 13 A dif
ficulty occurred here on Monday be-eenJno-
Edmoiison aged. 14,. and
Duncan Johnson, aged 16, which re
sulted in the death of the former last
night. Both are of respectable parent
age. Pennsylvania Criminals Respited.
Harkisbttrg, March 13. Alexander
Sayres, the Philadelphia wife murderer,
who was to have been hanged on the
18th inst., has been reprieved by the
Governor until April nth, so as to al
low of an application fpr a commuta
tion of sentence. The Governor has
also reprieved Hezekiah Shaffer, of
Franklin county, under sentence of
death for wife murder, until April
Going to See Moses.
San Francisco. March ia. A PnH
Jand, Oregon, dispatch says Gen. How-
aru ana jo. ierry nave gone to Ya
kima City to see Chief Moses and to in
vestigate the situation of the Indian
affairs. Should the civil authorities
attempt to arrest Moses, serious trouble
will undoubtedly ensue.
Tarnlne Oat More Ilomeopatblsti.
New York, March 13, The annual
commencement exercises of the Ho
meopathic Medkar College of this city
were held at Chickering Hall last even
ing. Forty new disciples of Hahue
mann took the degree of M. D. The
attendance was- very large.
Tennessee Taxing Sleepers.
Nashville, March 13 The Supreme
Court to-day decided that sleeping cars
running through this State are taxable.
An appeal will be taken to the Supreme
Court of the United States.
SPARKS FB0M f HP WIRES. -
JhcvlLlDibweti, president of Hhe St.
Louis cotton exchange, died last even
ing of pneumonia.
At the annual commencement of the
Woman's Medical College, of Philadel-
I Ulllfl. vn.l.TI I1HV. IIKVim III 1V1 . If.. HOa
from various States.
Physicians say that there Is oq resaedy for eon
sumption, and possibly, in some cases the assertion
mar be true. We know .however of manr com
made br Dr. Bull's Couka' Smro. and will cuaran-
-4 pe posture reuei to me sunerer in every instance.
Wilmington Review : A chicken dis
pute is on the tapisffortonorrow to
continue for two days, , Tbe pit: wili.be
Eagle's Island, opposite: the - dtt. iaftd
those; interested anticipate 1 unusual
sporti Noted cocks of yd eity8D3to
be pltteg: against others from iiaiiiax
county, To-morrow will be devoted by
the chicken fighters in matching ana
trimming, ana in the afternoon one
fight will be had. Friday and Saturday
the mains will be contested and the
winners of the three davs' fieht an-.
nounced. ' ii Jii i if
Daniel O'Conner, of Wilmington,
according to the Review, was set upon
in the. streets of that city a few days
ago and severely bitten through the
right hand by a vicious dog, which had,
finally, to be beaten off.
Not Symptoms, bat the Disease.
It would seem to be a , truth appreciable by au.
and especially by professors of the healing art, that
to remove the disease, not to aUeviate its symp
toms, should be the chief aim of medication. Yet
In how many Instances do we see this truth ad
mitted In theory, Ignored In practice. The reason
that Hoste tier's Stomach Bitters Is suceesaful In so
many cases, with which remedies previously tried
were inadequate to cope, is attributable to the fact
that It is a medicine which reaches and removes
the causes of tbe various maladies to which tt is
adapted. Indigestion, fever and ague, liver com
plaint, gout, rheumatism, disorders of the bowels,
urinary affections and other maladies are not
palliated merely, but rooted out by it It goes to
the fountain head. It is really, not nominally, a
radical remedy, and It endows the system with an
amount of vigor which is Its best protection
The Winners of Prizes ia the French Kip osltlta
Are thus described In the Paris correspondence of
the New York Tribune: "A ticket porter has won
the grand diamond parure; a young man who sells
ladles' gloves at the vleuxtemps, the locomotive; a
girl employed in polishing pinchbeck rings, 25,-
000 francs worth of bnllianta: an employe in
the National, the fellow lot So far there has not
been a rich man or woman favored by fortune with
a eross lot All the water does not go to tn river.
It is well for people, weightily handicapped by the
circumstances of their birth, breeding and employ
ment, to believe in luck as weU as the saving pow
er of merit " The scheme of the celebrated Louis
iana State Lottery is far more attractive, as pre
sented for the next drawing in another column.
Merchants and visitors who have desired, so
long, to live at a hotel above the business centre.
and to take a portion of their meals down town,
while In New York, can do so as the Grand Central
Hotel, on Broadway, is now. keDt on both the
American plan at $2.50 or $3.00, and the Euro
pean plan $1.00, and upwards per day. An ele
gant Restaurant, at moderate prices, is conducted
by the hotel.
Has ever been invented to prevent death! The
best that can be done is to assist nature in keeping
the functions of the body in a condition of health
while life lasts. For biliousness, Uver complaints,
cosUveness, dyspepsia, and all stomachic disorders
take Mott's Liver FUls.
Yaibobocgh House, Raleigh, N. C.
I have used l)r, Bull's Cough Syrup for my chil
dren, servants and myself, and think it the golden
remedy. Mrs. Dr. Blacknall.
6o4 cheer for Ceasaaptives.
There is a form of consumption which was better
indicated by the old fashioned name of "decline."
It Is the dreaded scourge of some parts of the
Southern States, claiming more victims every year
than are swept away by the most terrible visitations
of the yellow fever. The malady arises from the
inability of the patients' system to take up and as
similate th nourishing ingredients of the food
that is eaten. Some years ago the medical profes
sion witb remarkable unanimity, agreed that Cod
Liver OU contained the most concentrated and
easily absorbed elements of nutrition. If the nau
seous taste and smell of tbe oil could be avoided It
would unquestionably be the most sovereign reme
dy that ever shed a healing blessing on tbe human
race. And these repulsive properties are success
fully removed by the union of pure Cod Liver Oil
with the Hypophosphltes of Lime and Soda in
Scott's Emulsion. The combination Is a most ele
gant one, pleasant as sweet milk tn flavor, conge
nial to the stomach, and acting directly as a power
ful yet genUe tonic of the brain and nervous sys
tem. Consumption Caret.
An old physician, retired from practice, havlnS
had placed in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a single vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for consumption,
bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and
lung affections, also a posiUve and radical cure for
nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suffering, I
win sena, nee oi cnarge, to an wno desire it, this
recipe, with full directions for preparing and using
in German. French
or English. Sent by mail by
addrDooino-UTllh otomn nomlnn I a nonA U
Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, New York,
Ease Attainable bj the Bhenmatlc
Yes, although they may despair of relief, it is
attainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a
remedy which carries off, by means of increased
activity of the kidneys important channels for
blood purification the acrid element to which
pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful
symptoms a theory completely borne out by urln
ary analysis. The name of this grand depurent is
Hostetters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a
remedy for constipation, which causer contamina
tion of the blood with the bile and a certain
means of relief in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
nervous ailments. It is, perhaps, the' 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.
The Death.Rate el
Our country Is getting to be fearfully alarming,
the average of life being lessened every year, with
out any reasonable cause, death resulting general
ly from the most insignificant origin. At this sea
son of the year especially, a cold is such a common
thing that in the hurry of every day life we are apt
to overlook the dangers attending It and often find
too late, that a Fever or Lung trouble has already
set In. Thousands lose their lives in this way ev
ery winter, while had Boschxx's German Syrup
been taken, a cure would have resulted, and a large
bill from a doctor been avoided. For all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs, Boschkk's German
Strut has proven itself to be the greatest discov
ery of its kind in medicine. Every Druggist In this
country will tell you of its wonderful effect Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a single
failure known. .
A Legitimate Triumph In Medicine.
Dread and despair fau unon the community
when a terrible epidemic, like the cholera or yel
low fever, suddenly desolates our homes: yet, all
the while, a more insidious, but no less fatal toe,
enters mousanas or nousenoids every year and
carries off the flower of the family In the early flush
of manly youth and buddlnz womanhood.
cau it consumption, or "decline." it is not. in
most cases, the tubercular phthisis or consumption
of the lungs, which is the peculiar malady in cli
mates like those of the British Islands and Mew
England, but a general decay or arrest of the vital
8 recesses of nutrition. All the doctors agree that
lere Is no remedy for this but Cod Liver Oil but
they are constantly met by the obstacle or inability
on the part of the patient to swallow or retain it.
This repulsion is entirely overcome by Scott's
Emulsion of the Oil with the Hypophosphltes of
Lime and Soda which is agreeable to the taste,and
an unequalled nutrient and tonic for the body nerve
NO MORE !'
. ;;. Rhbuk ATis M : .
A CUTE OR CHRONIC;
S A L 1 C Y L I C A'
. SURE CURE.
Manufactured only under the above Trade-Mark
by the '
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO.,
OF PAHIS AND LEIPZIG. ""'
Jtmi55itoreUef warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by au wlebrated
physicians of Europe and America, bewmlnVa
P''Hannless, and Rellab Be4yra both
J?1? S &nj address on receipt of nrlce.
Endorsed by physicians. Sold by aUdrugtf Ad
nov7 Onlylmporte''DtpSE5BN;'T. .
lor sale by J. h. McADEN, Dnmgists,
febl8-ly. Charlotte, N. C.
4ye& B6fcr tha Pubffc;
i n4nim iiivmii ii i uti i in mm n mi r tt 1-
FOR, THE CURE OF , ,
Hepatitis, 'or Liver Complaint,
DYSKPSIA AND 6JCK, KKAOACHC. .
Symptoms of a Diseased Idrer.
PMN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
and sickness; the bowels. in general
axe costive, sometimes alternative with
lax; the head is troubled with pain,
. accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation m the back part. There is gen
erally, a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something which
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cough is sometimes an attendant.
The patient complains of weariness
and debility ; he is easily startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains of a prickly sensation of the
skin ; his spirits are low ; and although
he is satisfied that exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body, after death, has
shown the liver to have been exten
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We. would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWAJtE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Dr. McLane's
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLane and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
Fleming: Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations of the
name JitcLane, spelled differently bat
SPLENDID LINE OF
, line Teas, an grades. Just tn, at
rpHX LATEST ARRIVAL.
1 bbL Saur Krout, at 6U cents per lb. : fresh
Eggs at 10 cents per dot; Kerosene Oil, 20 cents
ny the gallon; choice Dried Peaches, 6 cents; New
Orleans Molasses; finest Sweet Potatoes in the
city: choice Mackerel. Rice. Grits. Hominy. Pickle.
loose by the dozen: Ball Butter, 10 to 15 cents;
fau supply of ail kinds of fresh Garden seeds,
Onion Setts, larze Potatoes. Onions, dtc.
Call and examine our eoods at the store on Trade
street or branch store corner 7th and C street, near
Baptist ennrcn. eanaraeaon guaranteed or money
rerunded. a. n. SMITH.
I have now tn store a full supply of Groceries and
TURKEYS ! TURKEYS ! TURKEYS !
Pure Bronze, very large and fine.
S. M. HOWELL-
SEED OATS, &C.
600 Bushels Seed Oats.
50 Bushels X. C. Irish Potatoes.
Corn, Flour and Wheat Bran.
Baled Bay, Shucks and Fodder.
HEAVY GROCERIES, 4C.
Just.recelved and for sale by .
WILLIAMS & FINGER.
Feb. 20, 1879.
O T T 0 N
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED-
THOMAS H. GAITHER,
Cotton Commission Mbrchant
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 con
consignments from all parties who are willing to
be satisfied with the best Job we can put up on Una
market All those who cannot be pleased with our
best efforts, are respectfully requested to send
their goods to somebody else.
rJHE best apd cheapest Fertilizers, are
ACID PHOSPHATE & COTTON FOOD,
Having accepted the agency for the Maryland
Fertilizing & Manufacturing Company, I am now
prepared to offer special terms and favorable in
ducements to planters desiring a good and reliable
Call early, examine the goods, hear prices and''
THOMAS H. GAITHER.
ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
NEW GOODS I
NEW FEATURES I
Come to me for Bacon, Com, Sugar, Coffee, Me
lasses, and other Family Groceries.,
Just received, a few barrels of Berty Foster's (Da
vie county) : .
BEST RYE WHISXKYV
Also a fme lot of Country Hams. I sell for eash
m.u guuua aenvere mine caty free of charge.
W. H. CRDOON6ER,
N door below Wilson 4 Black's old stand,
T) EG RAM CO.,
B10 0T8, SHOES
1st National Bank Building. Charlotte, N. C.
Our stock of Boots, Shoes, Ac., is acknowledged
to be the best in the State, and we would be pleas
ed to have you call and examine for yourself before
Duying. pjhjRAM a cu
F. C. MUNZLER,
DEALER in Lager Beer, Ale and Porter; bottled
beer a specialty. Bottled beer delivered to
any part of the city free of charge at ONE DOL
LAR PER DOZEN.
Lager Beer is healthy and an excellent appetizer,
and recommended by all good physicians to per
sons tn delicate health.
All orders left at John Yogel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
Guaranteed to be
TWENTY YEARS OLD,
AT CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON.
JOIN your hands all friends of taste -QN
my bar only the best Is placed.
gANDWICH, Pretzel, Wine, Whiskey, Beer,
JACH man '11 receive right real, good cheer,
p LEASE step in, my hall Inspect,
JJEAR It, youll see more than youll expect
JPRENCH, German, Domestic Brandies,Wlne
J try each customer's taste to refine,
gUCH Sandwich novel and Pretzel's good,
QONTAINS my bar, most delicious food,
TTAYTNG Cheese and Sausage in bill of fare,
JACH glass of Beer, or Gin will bear
gAYANT Judgment and taste most rare.
gEE counoimu'i lips as In sips he drinks
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