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THJS OBSET2 JOB DKPASXXMXT
Hat been tkmmghhf UttrrZieA with
ti- Sronfll.... ....... ...,., 4 00
WMXKLY MDIT10X I - ; v
orwwoow.jwftw a 10
;,r r. , - :
' pxicpalsts; cnxwLAsa, csxcxs. so. .
:::;chaklotte; no.,' Saturday! Yieiji i. iWi' -3,i85.;;v;
r UberidlbdtMctioMjar Club.
THE SESATOH'3 081T tv''
1 i: '
v . vOw
( I ' II f ill rr I v l , l 1 - II It 1 1 . I -It 11.11; I r
J j. . - A - j
mum, owf waft m n(rtorzVP m Mtry
moaner QfJob Work am t dom wc mmftim.
ELI AS & COHBN'g,,
.rytU.viK- fit 'L,"
TkAv UI almilvVoUMr roods, w suit them upon .
f r VI 71 1 J f f ' v i v. ' V I
which they can saye money.
Oar stock of Fancy.
u lion complete, punon which may be found a
full supply of Hooae Furnishing Goorta. 8heetln
abm pillow Caslnga to Linen and Cotton, Unem j
Table Damask In White, Elate, Bed and Yellow;
WTitatflngs anl bfl dothT V
Oar stock ol Embroidery and Trimmings la torge
and wlU M found ry cheap. 8o wOom stock of
. hare" Jo rerred; pet express isotne hand-
SWM liBCS BinPea;! ut 2
Ut Blackl DralTand ireunoolorsl " Also ,
fTT? Tf Tit f W CTT XT C "'
Ja nnemie pattfuna. .Don't fall to took at ear
Black and Colored Bilks, Sommer Slliu, Silk Gren
adlnea hl stripes and Brocade.'. A second stock of
8KTS, FINS AND T1XS.
White and Cabled
The handiom- I
She sans: a few notes oat of tune:
Her heart was ready to break, -And
she hid from the moon.
She wrung her claws, poor thing,
But was far too proud to speak; I '
She .tucked her bead under her wing,
And pretended to be asleept . ,
A , Came sauntering op to the place ;
i ne mgnongaie ieit nerseu Diusn,
Though feathers hid her face;
,. She knew they heard her song,
She felt them snicker and sneer;
. ' She thought this life was too long,
And wished she could skip a year.
"Oh, nlghOngaler cooed a dove,
"Oh, nightingale I what's the use;
You bird of beauty and lore,
Why behave like a goose? ' 4
Don't skulk away from our sight -
Like a common contemptible fowl;
You bird of Joy and delight, -
Why behave like an owl?
"Only think of all yon have done;
. Onb think of all you can do;
A false note Is really fun
. From such a bird as you?
Lift up your proud little crest;
Open your musical beak;
Other buds have to do their best;
. lou need only to Bpeak."
The nightingale shyly took
Her head from under her wing,
And giving the dove a look.
Straightway began to sing.
There was never a bird could pass;
The night was divinely calm;
And the people stood on the grass
To hear that wonderful psalm!
The nightingale did not care,
She only sang to the skies;
Her song ascended there.
And there she fixed her eyes,
The people that stood below
She knew but little about;
And this story's a moral, I know,
It you'll try to find it out!
Ask to see our Ten Cento Linen Cambric Hand-
kerchief and $2 Suh iDmbretias. You will find
them cheap, and everyming eise m prouwwni.
Call and see uaV: It ' Witt payVou.
XUAS ft COHEN.
' ,:: ;i AND
In the market ! Also a second stock of Lace and
Lisle Gloves and Mltta, in all colors.
Orders promptly filled.
? ' .T. L. SEIGLX ft CO.,
Oppu Charlotte Hotel, Tryon at, Charlotte, N. a
A Chinaman whose watch was slow told the
IawaIat; "Ton mnnh hv'm bve."
If he still lives, Charlie Boss was nine years old ua-ou uy oiu oiuu, Firoi,u. vi vw,
Why He DU1 Not Honor. Her Wedding
- by His Presence." -
From the Cincinnati Enquirer.T .
Utica; K; April 80. TJtis social
sensation to-day, the marriage of Miss
Bessie Conkling and William Oakman,
took place at-6 o'clock this evening.
The bride is twenty-two years of age, a
tall, handsome blonde, and highly edu
cated. The groom is superintendent of
the side orancn oi tne Delaware, jjacK
awanna and Western railroad.' .The
marriage was solemnized by the Bev,
A. B. (Goodrich, rector of Calvary churchi
About a month ago it was rumored that
Senator Conkling was opposed to the
match. A second rumor was then given
currency to. the effects that Eoscoe.viras
agreeable to the union, and would give
his daughter a residence as a bridal
dowry. The events of to-day show the
accuracy of the first report, and make
apparent the Senator's real view of the
matrimonial choice " which his accom-
Elished daughter has made. Conkling
as not regarded Miss Bessie's suitor
with favor, as stated to-day by one who
knows. He opposed the scheme with
characteristic determination. The feel
ing against'the Senator here: because
of his attitude iii this matter is not con
fined to political circles. It is universal.
Miss Bessie is a queenly girl, whose
many graces of character have endeared
her to all hearts. The man to whom
she has given her love is of unimpeach
able morals, nolished in manner, but not
wealthy. He was connected with the
Paterson (N. J.) Locomotive Works, and
achieved a reDutation as a thorough
mechanic of the highest order. He ha3
been drilled in the classics, speaks
French and German, and has traveled
abroad. His habits are temperate, his
head is clear, prospects good, and he is
In the early part of every season there Is a natural desire to know what are the newest, latest and most fashionable styles, and. also who an. recognized
as staiidaid authority to the laahlonable world. Our rela'aons to, and UeaPngs with the public, and the general standing ot out house, will assare an to
tenigent readers &at the tnfonnatloit given below is authentic, reliable and eorrect . K . , ;"; -- ;r-," T " " " : ' v! "
Several changes have taken plaeO, both hi shape and pattern," of fabrics In Men's Garments, of which special mention wui oe maae. i no iawnoe
mandn8p1ngGanllentsl9onrnewi"s ...' - ' . - 3 - - .
It baa many admirers among those who prefer new shapes and ideas Instead of adhering to the old tlme-wom styles ot the past very stylish In appear
ance and eut from Cheviots of the newest designs. - ' - su.kI . r ,... n t-i )i:i--:
Our St Nicholas Cuawar Frock, with three ; four buttons, front eut a Wnloref,gMngtt a;nea and graceful appearance, are maae up m every vanevy
of 8prtog textures. -' ; n
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
A l,L KtNDS OF
lait snndHv. it win be five vears on the 1st of Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
July next since he was stolen from his parents. and a man of great wealth. He has an
An editor In Iowa has been fined 8150 for hav- income greatly in excess of that enjoyed
tag hugged a girt. "Cheap enough!" says anoiner bV Jioscoe Conklins wnen tne now lora-
SSnV ftversta ly senator was an humble suitor for the
it has cost us a thousand dollars a yeareversince J wh0 is Horatio Sey-
A dentist broke Mrs. Braggs jaw to trying to pull moura si3ter. To their credit be it said,
a tooin. tier son-m-iaw, iuu wuuui uc um, i , . K , tt c,,
not sue the dentist, but later in the day tneywere iucujcuiitoibul uuiauuocjuuuiu diu-
seen drinking together. Boston Tout. ily have given their hearty approval to
Brethren, strawberries are appearing In the mar- Miss Bessie's matrimonial venture. . Jno.
LbAt. whita there is vet time let us all lav our F. Sevmour. the Governors brother, has
.hands on our hearts, andsadly. but rejerenUy and jjggn acye m arranging -the Oietails,
lX!ma which would naturallfhlye, fallen S
A man went home the other evening and found T - c- i-.i
his house locked up. Getting in at the window j mum, oi., lue oww v"sicoi,,:.y
with mnaMrable difficulty, he found on the table I accorded Willing . CO-OPeraUOll. : UQIV
a note from his wile: "i nave gone out; you wiu Roscoe Conkling has stooa 'aiootat a
find the door key on. one aide of the doorstep. ' time h hi. Rvmitnifia arid instincts
THE PRINGE ALBERT EROCK,
in shape ai .style retolns lu' hold m popu than last season, and it Is one of the moot useful among the gajr-
mentB of a genUeman's wardrobe, j jTbe.materiahi an French Castings QraoSeB and various patterns of EngUsh Worsteds. , J' T .
Out Pants stock la complete-wiai eTetf iwelln fabrleaj and the shapes are perfect In our Hat department we invue tne mspecuon oi uaAOKout
trvated tastes and tarhro FeM an Straw Goods we aic ., 4 . , j
Our Neck Wear assortment is almost unlimited lo devices of shades and styles hut boasts particularly upon the very recent mtroaucaon oi meyniver-
In Whlt8 teste vrt haWsStatdtePuUfloh,ah rtprogressM to this season' selecUons. Our eirortt nave oeenio pce.upon our
countem only rehWe and staiwaW 'r'
We Invite the attenOon of alL both far and near, and tterr advantages wm be tne same, ror we win sena gowu w any mw uu '""' w
of inspection before payment of HB.- ii I J ' , rJ - ''' ?"-.i
ADril 27 1879. " T-i I , 1 JS. LAiTA 06 Ju, xno jreopw a vwuieum.
, . . , - n
COME AND SEE BEFORE" BUYING ELSEWHERE !
i . I
THE FINEST LOT OE CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city.! Beniemter that we are the i-ulers jn ETI Prices for rine Clothing. J
April 22, 1879'.' ' jj.i3iaswjo6xjivnxiu
How cold are thy baths, Apollo,
Cried the African monarch, the splendid.
As down td a bath In a swallow
Tailed coat he descended,
Uncrowned, unabashed, unattended.
How cold are thy baths, Apollo!
FURNITURE I Bi;N)Ifl l BIDLEY' ft SONS' NEW rYC CELEBRATED
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
LOUNOES f " ;
LOUNGES-!'-.. xi rig Vjnt&sl s 4?,TTa
5 ENT COUNTER
. ,;( jExtosED at " j
II. MOKftIS & BKO'S. K
should have been most warmly felt.
The bride wore a costume of white (no
orange blossoms), ear-rings,' solitaires,
and a large corset bouquet of .roses. The
srroom lea the bride up to the altar.Gov.
Washington Cavital: Roscoe Conkling has two Seymour following. escortinffMrs.Conk-
able-bodied men engaged every morning to rub u uro rAnVlmir mva fho ririrlA
lAJ. M aw6ay. At rc'faaio
coe not only tried it on an old hah- trunk and start- intimation was given that Senator
ed the j''ll,1, Conkling had in any manner recognized
asleep to the cloak room, and put a dab on the , , TtiHo.1 it ia aaierttrt thaf
center of the Rhode Island Senator's skating rink, the occasion, lnaeett, it IS asserceainac
The result was, much to the alarm of the gallant he has never seen Mr. Oakman.1 The
old general, a scalp lock, that he shaved off hastily, bridal presents were rich. The leading
lest some widow should get hold of it gifts were from Justice Ward Hunt,
The London World announces that Mr. James Gov. Seymour and A. C. Coxe. The ri-
Gordon Bennett has Just .broken up hta MtaWteh- ceotion terminated at 8 :30 o'clock. When
hmtortteTattersaU'Sfandalso, that next winter questioned as to the Senators opposiT
he proposes to try his hand at tiger hunting tn tion to the weaamg, Mrs. ConKling is
witou Brst psiTt the ble eame. Mr. Ben-
Ptt hajt made It warm on several occasions for the
Hamr" in Nm Yn. but his natural ambition to
keep up with the Prlno of Wales makes him feel
as though he owed it to himself to beat up the
beast In his native Jungle.
It Is said that during the eruption of the most
-fBaxterlr effort of his lire, uon&img Drone ms ec-
enflc tost Bis water-gauge ana tore me dokuuk
reported to have said :
in a family is enough.'
0ne public man
!- ;: til
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS j p f
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUIT8 1 ! S!
tw COFFINS of atf kinds on
COFFINS of all kinds on bimd..
No. 5 Wkst Tkads Stbbbt.
- : Actually
WORTH 25 CENTS.
i , :!. . .:'. v.litt!'-. ' i
sa Useful Id fetety lMWeehptd and needed by every-
Interviewing a ia Mode.
OU City Derrick
The reporters of some metropolitan
papers have interviews : with distin
guished personages Which are'too gau
zy to hold together. -This is the "usual
A Forum reporter was detailed to in
terview Hon. John Jones. 1 He proceed
ed at once to his residence, andfrohning
up the marble steps, rang the.' bell.;. A
ladv appeared at the - sammons of the
r,Am ih nphat. in th Hbhsh Wednesdav. servant whom the reporter Supposed to
ItaU AIVUB .lMT- wm,m. " rf" I . , , 1 f. m m" J.if-
De jvirs. jones, me wue .ol iub uisuu-
irot4 one of his cylinders. In this condition, his
kiiiairia toward his countrr and society in general
was sucn as to aosoiuxeiy ioroia nis atumuauue up
on Miss Bessie's wedding. To be brief, Lord Ros
eow is now one of our most afflicted statesmen as
far as his machinery is concerned. Atlanta Con-ttiUttion
COINAGE AND COIN AND BULLION CERTIFICATES
... A noy!vr.i.i;!lr(t?! IrMtsM'-
hnit faiLto call and see thoae wonder tuP
v : V,-.. 11 5 im ' r.titt".Tfi -hit' :
-v. :4 '-7.:oV ,i-:5lov -: v : '
: r -rtu Write" ilia-il Vlif'tt'i
, -. Although all cotton goods have advanced by the
jj-,: lot 0S ir t
late rise of cotton, we arestm selling an our
ho. iJui idTJ la sKJO fci Ti -s
Ladies' and . Gentlemen's Burial Robeswaj
out large stock
Washington Republican's Report
IVance spoke in favor ot,- the bill.
leelaredthat eold was not the mon-
lof piOebplef and never'would be.
lesnpioiaey or the people was silver, and
dlifien from timeimmemorial. The
establishment of the single gold stand
ard in this country had been fraught
with disaster. Its results had been low
prices, failures all over the land, facto
ries silent, operatives thrown out of
employment bread taken out of the
mouths of the laborers, and the cries of
children because of hunger. The finan
cial legislation of recent years had been
a crime against iarxr, ana naa ueen iu
tha Interest of monev-rings and money-
hsharks.- He read ' & newspaper' extract
guished gentleman. .Bowing and re
moving his hat, the reporter said
; "Is Mr. Jones at homeV" -
"No," was the response. " !.
"He is not in the house, then
"Ah! In that case he must be out V
"He is." , r- . .
"Yes ! Being out he is therefore not
"Hum I When will he be ih V"
T Hrth't know " - j .
Ah-h! No objections to publishing
this interview in the Daily Forum, 1
"Not at all !"
"Thank you," and the reporter bowed
and left. " He returned agaan,Tiowever,
WStovlte eTefyDOOTtP mspew r- ; c x "iJZ 1 anv race a manraisea me upper
. itJ when r.hei rR ran!?. and asEea wno
yialMsoga--:- ' "jfc' ;''
Yia Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Thrbugh Cars, Enabling Quick
; est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest. v : ; f W
NOtlRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLLNG EXPENSE?, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seatoard AbLIne. Freight received at W Ah B1Us of 1 ' SWp Wharves or effl
eesofthe Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, Ac, apply to either of the undersigned.
. r v , K S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
1 T. T.SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway, J- Charlotte, N. C.
April 30-d5m. 'J;; ,;,., ,F. W. CLAfiK, General Freight Agent, )
AT THE SAME OLD STAND,
Where I am prepared to' furnish & superior quality
to all who may want led. ' My cart will also make
dally deliveries at places ot business or private,
residences. Orders given the driver, addressed to
me through PO. Box 153, or delivered to me it
ofQee onlot of Rock Island Factory, wKl receive
prompt attention.' '' M;i ' ! J,i,, . -: ,,.
Customers who begin .with me - will be supplied
the entire season at the following figures:
2c. per lb.
IVge, per lb.
We have this day added to our stock a splendid
line of Buntings in
in Quantities less than 5 lbs.,
- .. OI OtOQUtUs.,
v3! of 60 lbs-and up,
The above figures arthe same at which Ice has
Kaon uim inr thn but two uMAons. when I had
competition: add as I have unsurpassed faculties
to conduct the business on a legitimate principle,
consumers will consult their .Interest by giving me
S't rJl J1L tiL-- w.v,
Ice lor snipping ia any quaauvj. corauur jkwm
Thunktui for wAir Datronaee- m the past, I re-1
spectfnliy ask a eonanuance oi we CTri,.
' May2y,- : ...... , .. -
TOP AT THE
'- - , . .... j. . ; - - . . t. . I 1 .1 1 1- rf- - I lit-! irilUlLCl CALlCUAl&Vi U9
order Yor silver trade uonars, exciaim- .r"---cs ;4. ha Mr i
-. - I . . h 1 II HW4. HflKKtl :il 111 niU UUV A A'A ,
.imm mt: ' i . i , Hnn v nnof mr Bivins us . " . . . .. . j ii n.-i;
: r i w. j... ; cm j- f-r'" r o- ,o - nnoa urnn wiAf . 'rnfl man saiu it was.
"WjTWWi , ! such money. A Greenbacker win 'geci- f "iZTv i hkL:
ti-Miu . r-r -ax ; . mv vBte4.hflt.fexb time.? Laughter.T !' r2"- ".Tlrr" " f fTT
: - . CyT ; Miferked Mr Vahc whether; 4 w tW
: Mr. Jonesbad to say on the sub-;
fftfll. 1,1 1H Jl AjeAAar;,. MWA EW -T VVPM- f v
KFKU UHWW IITrTTTJ UK
. .uH.vjf: ihv --t aKj "Jv';tit 1 quality.- vT. . . . , water, 'but the umbrella? would have
-VT &i " U TTa nons o .MnanCBr said that he did not recol-V
j wl'mj that' FSSXoS
. ' 1 LJ:2&W4 fiMlVg1 and nearly smashed the reporter, but
1 . 1WT?TWR4- W. "iiHar T he teels sweet revenge m.viujugu
ii ms 11
M . T," i
national banks, indicating ft
pflnt was a not an unusual
mentioning 5 per cent a month as
cent, was a not an unusuai, rdt, auu 1 - - . fc hi h v - ' '
1 rates 1 r . -' , - - -i
charged. tby-lenders sin; some parts 01
North Carolina. This was one of the
Betting on a Sore Thing.
,V sd,ahiceilent 0. GRENADlNESv ii
: - !,! :'!:J '.!'t;.' ''jLiil'l
from 20& to 1.25; ana a genera uuo ittjw uu
dslrabta'.Dregs, iiSoods : 'i jtt' ;mosi , .roasinable
,' . t x.t'.n Apectal lotot k . ;
E. ft. ROGERS'
effects, Otfne-InBancWliKi.-t r t rvlrzlnla NerA Chronicle,!
PZJTSm dvnatties"of A tough-looking citizen walked into
disbnguwh Hhe rotten dynasties t of a tffe justice's couTts yesterday fore-
-Sevffiiu?&re gerof the noon veryUchmtoxicatedruest-
Am:LTStrnw3 hv rlaas ed that he be allo wed to swear-off drinkr
fS3!SSSJJSSSSStll for a year. His Honor obligingly
Wehaeniadeeipertmentor pure the solemn motions,
toso wmpietoaJVin D f Jrf thfl convert, with a conf used'; rum.
Vtft i , :JKAr hie of well-meant but prof anelyxpress
?.?"fWondrmade ed resolutions, stumbled out-offtw
7rf it. r'u"Hjt. ii nnn r. Keen il an .uoui. ... saiu
MSSSC one-of the grinninglawyers, . ; ,
- t iwfeiS?a our
i wUlr 1 'libauM te-wacrantedto 1 ulu"r n;; 0T1 r.-.o
tf -w w w : o 1
II NN 0,00
II N US MO
fJt 'Xinaiwliosrwaoiintedto a 1 the time,
The Municipal Elections Last Monday.
Ky Stock is very Lar, . and embraces a Full i!
Pi Wx)ttfCHIMBEB:3)IXN BOtk
"VnTisfinfe!" cried evervbodv.
" What'll you bet?", asked the judge.
"Twenty to ten," exclaimed art eager
attorney, producing the money.''1 - ;.
"Done! cried his honor, and the.
stakes were turned over: to a 7Arjojcte
t" ran TtrilKnnri wna elfwfed mavor Of ki. ?f5.m8tableJ'.said'the court quietly
U-bLl.. P T ' owvifir: F. Weis- out and fetch that man back?V , "
i..t"?rtirth """' o'fi ",A vmioi nVfow wiinnfps-- thfl rflformed One
toAshevilleA. T.Summeywas elect- ed his dais, rapped for order, and look-
it - n a vr a T.noV .T "RftTiTriTi ail sovprp -"
F. M Miller, W M Cocke, Jr7 and w! -Charg "with Mg drunk - said ttie,
tr; j j- Lu. mvnri- -"What's vrnir nlear". t
viiwM'aititod mayor -Guess I'm ML" -admitted the
. . . - a . f.nvvi ams s - f . - f . .1 nnar - w i.i lai- AiaiiAVr dluuv -
toctodlngthe best Tol IPJ&Vrtn pi.trd C. y davs in the county jail. " Con-
rTTTcT. mi -w.A tn.HitiLmaiUiT una vi i rn.4f
(T IBA& aBT w1m4I3B i Iwllwv w .
bgthe best to the markeo ,
Una ad . ., .a' non it .. j: icx?--. -'
u- M. Cook to rale over it.
int.iAnwm's Furnishing wooas. lfrrT l -.V-r- ir- vi,),-n.n. -r
. ' -i It f
, - I I
- - - i rtr betore y examine o "fn .
FCRNTTLBEi - , . , ,., m!a -'?J' ? v 1 tU
stable, lock up your prisoner. Mr.
I , i. -v
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IK) J i-1
t f II
) ' l
': i Late of &e
C. 8. Brown, Jr.
dec 30 ,
!.J i-safishiury. N.C;
C.& Browv Proprietor, i;M;
' . . r i :
Hjj;iiyl iKi ttj-u oil.
Chief Clerk; W. 0. Shelbum Assistant.
CITY BOOK ST6RE,
A well selected Stock of H; ' '
Including Note, Letter, Sermon, Legal' and Fools
cap, which they propose to sell hap BMcash.
Also French Paper of every description, with XnJ
velopes to match, f- " 'M tM.
Also Paper to boxes, to sutt th;mos$ fastkuou.
SOCIAL ETIQUETTE 0F NEWtORK.
U standard treatise upon the laws of good society
nnew iora. -
Congress Tfe Envelopes; a new lot Jus , received.
'Edward Todd ft Co.'s Celebrated
A Pen by some considered supertop to s. Gold Pen
... . j-'-i:--! .f.- i - '...' i it: a-
TIDDY ft BRO. are also agents for Emerson
skibrated Rubber l -i' -"'J
The undersigned IS now prepared to fill all orders
tot every, class of Undertaking. Having on hand
fun assortment of-.. , t. ....,: i,.-.it--J- ..'.
. COFFINS; GASKETS AND UUBIAJi CASES,
' ' lRirood,irnkMetaTId.VlllUr " "
liU I Oi .! fl-'i'Li'Ji'J li''.'rt .l .i'-'l--
, y t .MsaVealfuinlshBd.deslr-
IireSSfana 1 riDinuu8 DIIKS. . . otreibrfction Repaired at .her
, X fi o .i.7v '' : W'.tf.WILHrtX.j ,
J' Ijj;TfIrwitiil-'G! fioge'rsI'Tmde SlieeU,
, .)' New thing? to HOSIEBT AND OLOVBs!:1':
"., i ' . i ! - f " 41 I -:tt-
t -3 I -i"
and any orders given them will receive prompt
tentton. ' ' - i 4 -
: t ' - ' ' . ; ;' -i-ir-i
E. BCTTERICE ft CO.'S METROPOLITAN
For May, 1879, Just received at (
I . ii TWVX
, rf CASH PAID .FOR RAGS. ,
, t AlWlXL HABE180U"
MV.f . j.--ATJCTI01i akd-k;' fcX3
I 'j . . il 1 -r 1 1 - '
.. n.i .ik I si i
Ail early InspeOAPfihe.above wtu bejo yoto
pill Goods Packed Ffee ol Charge?
d . this i court that wealth.
of Favlttevilir 7 Ksadjoumed. Boys, let's go and
t-w PrawfArd. Esa.'." who has serve! flood our lower levels. x -
Lv v.:'' 3
tt.oVumninnf Ovford f aithf ullv f or more
than two years," was re-elected by a large stop it at
.maioritT. hi i i i- " baby either
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once. U you- see your nurse giving uj
Laudanum; raregonc, or any sooiums
.ntoinimmnlntM atin It at nnm. If VOU
ovwwi-Tnnindv--for -vour -children, eet Dr.
'corneVe and Tn'cafcuL ;.vb tm&uuaa best sweex najx vgggflZffiBi n
)irtbll will hnd. Oflx: stock ot SPBJLNd rASb:Sni't
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MER CLOTBJNS the most complete m lae mar-
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ket, at our-well-miovpjj and popular low prices.
wrxTiowsxT ft baruch;'
Is CoaMt iTrada' and BWmdary AvtmW?De9vered
id any part of the city, tree of charge-for $1.00 per
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eelre prompt attention.
ders left fit' John Vogel's tailor shop wm re
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aUefation to "an business eiitru .''M
IN CA WILL .PJJSCAra.f h . . ,
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of bed i -40 Jui ,
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