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one year, (potLfieitt) C'utvmoi'Ji t, ..$8 00
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i -mi in;
r MtMYaHr Pnnutoli and Han Umbrella WtO
Hart the best mmMiI "i frfeClfflN ,Q
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to ntt thein upon
which they ean save money. Our stock of; Fancy
is now complete, among which may be found A
full supply of House' Furnishing Goods Sheeting
andWCasjSU Ijjllnen " !'P0i4ne
Tabl I&UluUiCKllUl Slate, Bed and YeflMH
Napkins, Doylas and Towels tn ever variety; tint?
pets, Bug. Mattings and OU Cloths. ;
; otXfflbroldery and Trimmings Is large,
very cheap. 80 will oar stock of
HOSIERY. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS, COR-
- If. .,-;.;..
SETS, FANS AND TIES.
them cheap, and everything else In proportion.
Callandseeus. It will pay you.
..' EUAS COHEN.
JUBOESS NICHOLS. . V-&
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
...... iiiiK" ::;V . .-'j hrj-ij''
. . ..-.'r.'-fif-'n
B EDDING, C
mm ah m
CHEAP BEDSTEADS t
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
LOUNGES ! '
. -PARLOR Am CrfAMBER SUITS I
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS t
U fr'.T'.fcit .! Iff. bit -ii!V. 1 Ui1l-'
tar COFFINS of all kinds on hand
COFFINS of sJI ktods on hand, J
-1 rir) in hi
No. & War Tradx Stout.
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CHARLOTTE, N. a- ;
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r.iie supply., r
K U Ul K N IV N II T C SSJSi Li
. . j; ,;( ft ' & ! l" n m '
-Am 5i:rrrau$r !
E. . ROGERS' WARERO0MS, K .
as 'is r ' i mtn t- few J
My Stoek is very Lar. . and embraoss a roll Julne df I
PAkLOK, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
p Aii a j UiAi L&X'i ,
1V.1 Jl toft
LJT1 jr 1 1
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no n n "
Til! 1 1 -SSI
fllfcJsen Leni Unen Gm&e fiandj
ft t a 'M;t , :! . i-'- ? m I
' W AH GoMs Packed, Free piarjje iy, ,r
eiMilhiK rtli((ii -nil ;
turn .noiyiin Hi -ituiiail juhui
Wri M f -.i. i
jus? J.i'ij; ji
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(Mi or M7x73ZKi ; -n
J Mi efiusH unl Lilt, DOO'W.auKiT : t
Hi " "-Ull i:!Jl WXJ'Wi '. .d i 1
rr,., .BONNETS, ;:.
.ii:( unlttoi til .' u oj J.-w- hdlj -
In Straw and Cnrpr Something new and ! hand
some. Also oad.aine of Gents' Hats In white
and cofpr, The cbaapest line of flesh and Linen
mo? o-uaT jr,u.vi snm I'iol lo'wiiif? ! ( .
In the market- -Third lot of Cane Matting in white
and eoJoTd something nice for. the coming warm
weather: Third lot of BJiiaondried . . :
tfk less tp tW mat
maklng.'?aln and plaid ' ! v
,SAi,-: T El! j '
lie dotted Swiss, Victoria and Linen Lawns
We ra-riUTaH to give our' stock a careful Inspec
tion before buying. , Special attention given to or
ders. . - .rih T.-L, SEIGLE ACO.,
,. Ppp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. a
:;,Maf584. ;a ! I'.Mfii (1ST .
. ., j u, I, I, ,; ' ;,;it , - -
-O IT R-
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
-MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN 0UB' FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVERYBODY SHOULD CALL AT ONCE TO
AL80 A FULL LINE OF-
DRY G O O D S
SHOES OF ALL KINDS, HAT8, AC., AC., AC
. .. !'-, - -i-A -
- We are 'offering GREAT BARGAINS this
- j i t. v
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
wa h maiiA thJklAKnsWment of Durehaatng! a
stock so complete asto-mdude the latest novelflss I
OOO L OO tTTT H
h n im n . ggo h
O jO L O Or- T
H II H N i u u
r We tnvlt,. public
Met are at au-t
uses r8iyi ju
QUptauou p prices. ATery
our nouse is wammieu hj
be as. represented, and In price less than can be
fcpug&t elsewhere. We continue to sell . - 1
Chatierlhaothef hoos, Vu ww'ttid thdrjpast
eason, and they have gained the reputation of be
lng th4besmihe marked v - """r,!-
TWe psesent this season to the consumer a, fin
ltaiif slot ' SmZ-
Ineludlng thef best" makes In the country 'There
also be found In w etock complete line of
fine Felt, Ut aa4 -an Hato,.nd any . klnd f
tnSemen' FuruUhing floods..; .Don't iwrchase
tr . ' v-v p-u-w .i ' ;
::' BARGAINS ; ;
Can he had at
'. t I -
KftTiJW KAUFMAN A Ctt'S,
Hi'-. Il Jl .1
'4 .,tJ'. '... Comer Trtdo and Tryon 8te f .
. . .' j j inri awl ft thA avAlllntf LVAa. hwrftdm'
phe laboring boa la piflng last, h 1,1m i i'"!;
-r ;And death seems shrieking taj tnelast,r hyx'
t; essaiiepsMP8nx peace,! !
The storm eomes forth from Gadsra; ,
'Tls hell bestirred Its prey to keep,
Satanic nowers In fnnr rave "
To wreck the King who goes to save
l.(Kf. . AnditaMs meets them with a sleep.
r The sleepless consciousness within, v
- " Sees God upon the raging sea,
p In calm, Invincible, defense, " vrr
! And shadowed by Omnipotence g.-.X
w uoeps in sweet mmquiiikj, u
i oey sannot see wnai unnst can. see r l i. ; j;
The Intei-posiftg Deity, : w,T;6)
And mfteTbecaa slumber there. ' 7,1
More wondromrthan the muzzled storm
.. He tells how mortal Sight aaaygasM
.-,'1 OncwdiaB levsc forever eaino'.-ii
jju How sarislEiBc souls may lose their fear .
And rest secure In stormy days. '
Dear Lord, the eye of f attb, undlmmed, . ih-.
Be mine, while tossed on life's rough sea,Kf,
" So shall the perfect peace be mine, "
r wnien niiea tnai aaunuess nean oi mine r
-:i ,vWBen tAoiimdst sleep on Gauiee.
Eve did not shout "murder0 the first time she
saw a snake. Elmira Gazette. . -,:- '
The mnatinterestlng parof a circus performance
Is when the bis. fat clown mona the nerantration
from his brow and gently murmurs, "Kiss me
mother, kiss your darling." Waterloo Observer.
When a maj calls his wife "the women folks,''
the Kingston Frttman says you may set It down
that she la one too; much for him, so that he is
obliged to designate her as plural
The Fond du Lac Reporter, after reviewing the
matter carefully, thinks it will be well for Wiscon
sin farmers to plant at least one bull dogtfttn each
watermelon seed. .
"Why does lightning so rarely strike twice In the
same place?" asked a school teacher ef the new
boy In the class of natural philosophy voh," said
the boy; "because It never needs to." x,ni
Baseballs are covered with hdrsehide .tanned
with alum, but baseball players are covered with
glory and tanned by the sun. P. a Sometimes
they are tanned by the other club. JJUea Observer.
A little boy once called out to'his'lfather, who
naa mounted nis norse ior a journey, uood-Dye,
papa; I love you thirty miles long." A little sister,
quickly added, ' Good-bye, dear papa; you will
never ride to the end of my love."
; ' ' i'-'- -
A man coming out of a Texan newsoaoer offtoa
with one eye gouged out, his nose spread all over
his face, and one of his ears chewed of, to a po
liceman who Interviewed him replied: "I did not
uae an arncie inai 'peareu in tne paper last week,
and I went In ter see the man who writ It, and he
war there." - ha -.. ,
K- f i-ti. I fit-.-,
lady and gentleman in that village "phUopenaed"
fifteen years ago, and although they have met fre
quently since they have been so wary that neither
m znemwas ever "caught" uniu a lew Uars sinee.
when the gentleman handed the lady a letter from
ner nuspancr,Ttna sne xmwitnngry took re.
A i cerifietoan tacVeiMmely given to piety was
I t. , . : '.4 t. m . - , . ...
dismayed by being asked to say grace at a strange
table. .. To refuse and explain would be embarrass
lng: to comply would be equally so. He chose the
latter, and started on Driskiy enough with "Oh,
Lord, bless this table." - Just here, being unused
to the business, he nearly broke down, but by a
gigantic effort pulled through with "World without
end. Tours respectfully, amen."
BEECHES. 05 THE SOUTH.
TM Moral Grandeur of the Southern
People Beecher Loves Them All.
' From Beecher's Sunday Sermon.
This great nation was divided by an
invisible line, morally visible enough,
on both sides of which the North and
South had stood in bloody antagonism
foToflve terrible years. In my own
judgment, when I consider human na
ture, when I consider that a proud peo
ple have seen themselves emptied out
of power, their political existence al
most annihilated, their property swept
out of their hands as by a consuming
flame, the ascendancy of the despised
slave established over them by what
was to him a foreign arm, I should not
haye wondered if there had been ten
times the resistance that there has been
to reconstructive measures.
. Never in history has a people borne
so. much with so much patience, gal
lantry and patriotism a spectacle of
moral grandeur and of substantial good
intent and honor in those who have
been so terrifically scourged which is
without parallel The spirit which
would set the North against the South,
the East against the West, the Germans
against thei -old Puritans or the old
Puritans against the Germans, the
whites against the blacks or the blacks
against the whites, is not only political
ly criminal, but it is absolutely subver
sive" -of the fundamental instincts of
humanity. There is yet the power and
the honor in this country to hold men
together in charity and unity. When
it was the need of the untempered
North to be nerved to resist the arro
gance of plantation domination I was
not wanting. yiiat .we need now is
loveV charity, union, I speak again.
Though-1 fcatslaVeryI did not hate
the slaveholder. I loved him and I
still love him. - I love all 'mankind,iot
only for what they are, but for what
they are going to be.
Another Place for Grant.
Tl New York World quotes the
London Railway News as saying, in its
issue f r May - 3d; that we understand
thstfa'soon s the 'necessary arrange
ments have been made ior tne removal
nf thfiTBftiverof the Atlantic and Great
Western railway and placing the1 line irr. f
me nanus ui'tue pivjjricwio tuo picai.-,;
aency or tue vuiupanjr wju uo aicpicu
toysGeneral Grant, the late1-President of
th United States. General Granfsfor;
'Tnftr:railroad exnerietice and Ms world-
prxetor oi ine -company mat uieir m-:
terests will be in his hands and receivei
that consideration and prbteetiott Mth
trtpaenied to them." All or wnictA is
'vewidoubtfuJ,"' As to General Grant's
f ormer railroad - experience, we never'
heard of it .Heris ' doubtless as compel
teat for a railroad presidency, however,'
Its' he'was -f or President j0frthe XJnltetl:
otaies as mucn oi raitryuu iuu iuie
JlU: few York.TribuneliKiaoch,!
t An unpleasant meeting occurred ou
Wedhesday last between WJr P, Clyde
arid D.S. Babcock, president df the Pa
cific Maili Steamshipi Company, in al
banking house in Wall street. Mr.
Clyfjft approached Babcock and criticis-'
d circular issued bv the latter to the
CKnO-iaers oi jracmc jaau. -in rejattpn i
tne , auururtumiiB oiciui4i , ui'!5ucu
guagftnsea inxne circular, ana aiier a
few words between them,:Mr. CIyde der
nonnced M Babcock as a liar, scoun;
drel and & dV-d coward." Mr. Babcock i
rtecalfienushed bufrsuixiaed nispassisn
and tnrnedna?sheeiiana went out,
He said afterw'ardlhaT; he did not want
a personal encounter wii Mr.Glyde
nor did he desire to have their names
associated,5 as Mr. Clyde was anything
but a gentleman.. r.ny'.vi.rt '
" - It is asserted that the1 ordinary eosmeties used by
iadles are productive of great mischief, We be-,
ieve this is so. and that a better means of secur-.
ng a beautiful complexion is to use some good
blood medicine like Rosadalls, the great Southern
Remedy, "which cleanses the blood and gives pes-,
maaent beaut to the skin, , '''
r ia ne lemoesi nurses o'er uanieet' H r-?. r
Jfe pest.Ttme fin fiasordrrl Mile (n
ir-fthe pedfestriati contest in the:Wdlk4
in or Tlinlr-'nf!' tli A 3 fClrh t fl A Hit Wivi!
ed a latire: nutnber f if a' tizfetis arid
were amusing and excitHiglnJ the exi-
fThe ti "doittestainti ''atairted at ?iiJsn
made tbdistaneefiti' tehrs": and,55
Itoee.illes ahead' of,
leflnMr,1 Mi. Chapmaa'
MnjiiisB roe-nnisTr,,,Mr. Chapman
having dropped out of the race after
iw-aljsjng, 4& miles f in, , a hourq and. , ,50
mijite9.fli ADLftfiee thenttants
did exceedingly mfm MrElUsi:an'his
an 64 minutes ; ten-ilesin lhbur andj
.55 minrites l twenty, nifiea i in. i4 hours
2U ..minutes; . j tw.entyrnye ,.iiles in 5
houra and Trnmut tMrty imiles in 6
hours and 20 minutes : .thirty-five miles
in 7 hours and 30 niinutes; .forty miles
in 8 hourajmdJg minutes; forty-five
miles in Scours and" 43 minutes; fifty
miles in 10 hours aid 55 minutes. '
At 5 55 o'clock p.m. a ten mile race
was commenced On the short .taack, this
eonfestehte. lbeing' Thomas 'E well and
Jesse COWard, of Swift Creek, and E,E.
G. Koberts-and Samuel' Brett, of this
City. MriEw.ell ran the entire distance,
making the ten miles in one hour arid
14J minutes. Mr. Coward made nine
miles and four laps; 0a" of a mile,) arid
Mr. Roberts hiade- seven miles and ten
laps in the same timey Mr. Brett dropV
ped out after; jirig'pne mile and five
laps, declaring himself ; "sufliciently
amused.w Mr; Ewell's'ime in this race
was the fastest, everr riiade in this city,
and gives him a record which compares
favorably with' that of noted trained
pedestrians North1 who win thousands
of dollars whenever they enter a match.
He made his tenth mile in, the. wonder
fully short time of six minutes. He is
a very 'young man, with a ' well-knit
frarrie and carried himself beautifully
on the track. : ; J 1 ' ' ; '
Shortly after the conclusion of the ten
mile race, Mr. Ewell again came to the
track and rah a two-mile' heat against
Mr. Wiggins, completing the distance
in-lS minutes, winning .the race by a
few Seconds and beating his time on the
first two miles of the ten. mil face by
one minute. - :
A Press W hich Has Greatly Benefitted Its People.
LLendr Topic i
We want to dd 'for these'' mountain
counties, the same that" the Charlotte
papers hav done for Mecklenburg, and
the surrounding counties.- ' The . Char
lotte papers of to-day, 'examine them
closely, the ' Detnocratj n the ! Southern
Home, The 'Daily 7 and ' Weeklt
Obserter. There : is scarcely 'such
an array of talent on ajiy of
the papers of the State; such "a" com
bination of energy and' perseverance
is. seldom met with dlnong Rny people
as is forindiimopjsfjliepeople who, Jive
in those oourities; anda judicidus useof
printer's-rffk has harliffore to do with it
than everything else combined. The pa
pers have educated the people, and to
day it is almost impossible to find a
family in Mecklenbure county v where
there is a member ol the family whbj
or the other of their home papers,; aad
we make the prediction, and are . not
afraid of a difference of opinion by any
intelligent man or. woman, that if the
newspaper oflices of Mecklenburg coun
ty were closed not an ; ounce of prin
ter's ink. used.' for ten' years within its
boundary, the place .would be deserted,
and moles and bats, would take posses
sion of the streets and residences in
stead of the present intelligent commu
nity that are now using every effort to
make their citv' an' ornament to the
State, an ornament to our modern civil-1
The newspaper press of Charlotte has
done ten times as much for the people
as the people have done for the press.
BRIEF SEWS ITEMS.
The menagerie establishment of j.
W French, near Detroit, Mich,; was
destroyed by fire Thursday. . The ele
phant Sultan, five lions, a zebra, leopard
and many ther valuable animals were
cremated. Loss heavy, insurance small.
' Horace Waters04sB6ris of New Y.brk,
dealers in pianos and organs, have made
an assignment for the benefit of their
creditors. The liabilities are estimated
t-eo,000"and totala"preferences on
promissory notes? amounting to $46,61'".-
42. j i The failure is due to depression in
uaue ana uuncuiiy iu coueccing urns.
The Broadway Savings Bank of St,
Louis closed its udoors Thursday, and
made an assignment. The liabilities
aie put at about 700,000, but the assets
cannot be stated though, the president
claims depositolsWiirb paid in; full,
gjw inai tuwe vfui omebniag aver.
AvJarge'witJadrawal of deposits is as
signed srthe feason for suspension. , ,
tnusFmsaits ,mp ..i.ii.o rJi v. .. ' . .
i't Mr. J. G. MilLuriervisi n or architect of
suspcuaea jmeccmoer d, on account
of Charges in connection with the con
struetion 'nit .-t-ie Cnioagon custom-horise
mas at cpe restored to duty by theSec-
rttsOiy.'ii. nutairTBnn. om h-; c
Ji MjliJk-JMLVHrTM-llur- TTl.Ci ut fltn
York, have Ibsfi txreWryoldest of their,
four ehildren in. what is tothera .'in jo
their. teniVear Md sOBua bright and obe-.
dient hoy; started for a store i where ' he
was emploYei sin6e,hich; 'time he.has
not hWJaeMnr4edoi wM parents,
despite the most persistent searches f or
himj On Monday? Jast'ttherr' danffhter.
the school hoxlsei onlyttoifind that the
child had uOyAeeu thefe; and 'ao far the
police haveTjeen unable to. trac her. '
4 A Great Organ
The orchestralfHri for the new St
Patrick's. Cathedrals in NewYork ' has
been placed in position: and is brie of the
most powerful organs ever built It is
voiced to the tonprecedehted wind-force
of twelve infehes the enormwis pressure
on B.tne. .Yaives-j? oemg overcome oy - a
vacuum pallet The bellows" is blown
by a steam engine, it contains f ourman-
uals ot rive ootavea eacn, a peaai or two
and one-half dotaves", Seventy stops and
combinationsi, and five thousand .pipes.
""Are'you flljnusf'Do'.ybu' feel .drowsy? Have'
you the "blues ! y Tana. ' a dose of ,Hr. BuU's Bal
timore iruis; Tica cenis,. ji druggists Keep
them. '; tl '-
sejud , Mr. Ipoek s time on each five
mileafwasas follows-: mlHrsfc! fivfi miles
anct'wno was recently 'honorably ac-
i)y tne: CQtu.ia.that city, return
tol WashmgtonH thiau morning; and
i-i t n- 'I- If l.I Iff f,ir 10DUUiUl JiWlll m tk I.JwJJU J l-'-UlSJ 1 ... . a f
as manaaro anmorny in as nwrnntiaPiB world. ,TKgraTOins;to; ana OBaiffigs with the noiicvaname general stanamg or;our nouae, wrq assure au a
t Several changes Mv taken place, both tat shape aiidpatteofal'te pf which sperM IterAkm Itt'fce toideJhi- Ukat
mandrn Spring Garments Is our new 1 WiJ x Vi iFlvioiHo li.if .i ! -fUufoia nt wr5iutui
i: .''... t lii. t; . . . a t . v J - : , - . ,. - . , : . . . . m . a : ...
.. . . , c- i
Jt has many admirers among those who sefernew
Trr?W tui H tol..aqld inmt?ni MilT
uuTB& Aicnpias umawar irocEi wthtee or jqur buttotofcut a wt)e lor arearance, at maoe fanatf
of Spring textures. ' ' 11 ' rui, i'i p Wii'ioni') l--'d ".1l ! '- ..' ''lM ."
. , . .. jiKHiin;l till .fit; io noil'nqeili 9TH ; , ., . ,'.... . ...
14,1,8-4 style. letalns lhpU
mentoof agenUeman'swab :Theinaua
tiVatCd tastes, arid hi line FeltS 4nrf Straw Ooda wa
o We invito the attention of an, both far and
of inspection before payment of bilL
I April 27, 18t9.' : ; f;'
wnms wearBssorenvwaimosiunumum.o very recent mtroducooR or tarn
tfs&fijjtm'i' nvoLm, And w wffliiifu. assert rogrWa- in'; fliWaeia&ie y'1rkiiiw'6 jtpM
COME AND SEE BEFORE BimNG
all ..ooii I'nisiiflf urn i
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1879.
1 1 . . - . 1 .1 M . ' 1 I 1 1 ' . I' . ' -
r ;f: X jpCHL CARP 1-Tir P0-1 '
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Bail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and1SbWatJ.',iri ' 1 is ' ,J1
.P. PRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM 'INStBiCE! ' h:"
Mark Goods plainly via SeaLoard Air-Line. . Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through BUi of Ladingssued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For Information as to Tariff, Schedules, :Ac, apply to either of the undersigned. . . . . ,t r
K. 8. FINCH, South Western Agent, . 1 ' f f' ' Tj;
T. T. SM1TIL Agent C C. Railway, - 4 Charlotte; N. C.
April 30 d5m. F. W. .CLARK, General Freight Agent i).:f v, ut-v.., s; '
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE
w 5 is
S3 m CD c
ill I. PIANOS!
3 K S-i,
I JS mm
EC S , r . l !
o'Bg -gq i. , Kii-..,!
SS.ijT HH c ? Hb I
hr v jj o I
S d If.,'
ea o 3 til (tXl)
i. H i
iTRYON STREET,; IN ;lHSlffi
D. O. MiAWKUU
mi C. T. HABRISOK
Buy and sell on consienment all kinds pr ; t
- MEBCflANBISB AND COUNTRY PRODUCE r
. wm give strict personal : ' '
.; attention to aU busineas entrusted toi our care. '
- t Four doors above Charlotte HoteL ; m-
... A. A A MV-a. - -w uu ,rii no r
S.! f i
- Any person desiring to purchase a well Improved
City Lot, Bouse with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water; hrlok kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the punUo square, can be ac
conurrodated by applying at : .. v t su:-i
dec,8 THIS OFFICE.
, -r i -. r ' ! r . 'f . ' .'.fw. J '
khapesmnd .tdejartM.pr,ad to Oe oldUmworfl strr. of , rbjpsarfry., ajrf Mhi(Mw9'T.
mm tengBt'ft1 seasori,! 1 toenepf ;to mWAiljMMB CV
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FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Kemember that we are the rulers in tfL6w Prices' for nelothtiVi.'jgl
Li BERWANGERt c.BQ.; Fineoers and Triors.
ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL ORGANS !
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' ALE AND PORTER, ' ' ,
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vuruec 4.rauquw iiouuufiy Aveiuie. i xwuvereu
to any part of the city, free of charge for 81.00 per
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T All orders 4eft at Johtt Voxel's tailor 8horlTl re
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dec 30 1 . - .. -t-; '
"send goods to atry section btf approvftti with (fivuege
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for bvery eUss of Underrakmg. f Bavtng'on fciritf
full assortment of . lf -,. fa
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COFFINS, CASKETST AND BURliL (LiST, Q
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