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.ri jrMMt.'i.r:.' .u . is; i& a -xmsucj i oo
' ET literal SaKioMorClMte. , '!, 1.7
o been thoroughly nmpUed waft every needed
manner of Jo Work am sot tm &m wUAjatim.
dispatch and cJuapnett. Wtam fwnUh, Wihort
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Ladies buying Paranoia and' Sun Umbrella will
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find the best assortment at the lowSt prices
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will aba Biwl other goods to suit them upon
which they can Bave money,
Our stock of Fancy
is now complete, among which may be found a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and Pillow jpaiknfb lnrjnn fnd Cotton. Unn
Table Damaslt; to WutteUlBed and Yellow;
Napkins, Doylas and Towels in every variety; Car
pets, Rugs Mattings and OH Cloths.
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
a nd will be found verrcieap. So will our stock- of
HOSIERY. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, COB
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
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Ask to see oar Tea peats Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrella. You will find
them cheap, and everything else in proportion..
Call and see us. It will pay you.
ELIAS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
- COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
ty COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
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No. 5 Wkst Traps Street.
t- Lad!?' and. OfntleraenTi 2)$) 4ies
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PAkLOK. CHAMBER, DINING ROO
of 7fJliTft ftWiiUff- . illJlT
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HT All Goods Packed Fret of Cbargw r
TO THE LADIES, !
We h.ive jast received by to-day's express, a
beautiful line of Ladles' Wbjte Embroidered
Lawn Ties, "and Sea-Foam' Scarfs,, Hamburg
Edgings and Insertings, something new and
handsome; aim a handsome lot of Ladles' White
Lace Lile Gloves,
A new lot of
A new lot of
A new lot of
OUR STOCK TS COMPLETE IN EVERY BRANCH.
We invite all to give us a rail before purchasing.
T. L. 8EIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
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HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
-MUCH MORE PSEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVERYBODY SHOULD CALL AT ONCE TO
-ALSO A FULL LINK OF-
D R Y G O 0 1) S
SHOES OF ALL KINDS. HATS. AC., AC., AC.
We are Offering GREAT BARGAINS this
week, all brough ourentlre ntoek. i
H. MORRIS & BROS.
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mi'rhi WDererit of tomrihaslnK a
'.stock id complete as to include the latest Jiovelttei I
inKn':Youth'iLBoT'8 andcIren's 3 ' y ; f i
We Invite jlle uisrction, and w are at all
vVtit fluAowt :Sli5SK
Old BWTMIM K KMMMM W
ad 4n- wl Jess td can ,be
CLUE .FLIMEL , SUITS
-iwlMBew4Uasaa9oa tome wnsunwra wip
.r '.tj'tsbr'i by- -A
ill iki.. wu-. a iru
Loom p xii'V.i iJ &3 ! "irf. .ict' -"i
lneiadmgtn:Dm puuMW ut wwuuMf).w
an alo toe lotmd. our.i sck a complete JjwM
no felt, UT and 8traw HatinA mr. kind, of
ttomen'a FiwntehkiClooda;KpoB's puhse
before youxamine our stock; as 4he ehjaapest. ,
!,jsrt" biiu ."'.v'wJiJ-oiii bnu .rtfjtyjivi-h
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-fTemple Bar.1 - 1
And her eyes are weary and dim
She has sat at the window for weeks and weeks.
For a sight of hls hoat and him.
She takes the youngest child on her knee.
And turns its face to her breast--. - ..if
"O God," she says, "that my babe and me -Were
laid. In outbrave to rest!"
The boats eome sailing in ever the bay,
And the women run down to the shore;
But though she sit there OU the Judgment day,
- His boat will come m no more. - - - '
The saying, "Circumstances alter cases," does
not Include pillow cases. . -
Folks who have been doing nothing all winter
are now going off on a summer vacation.
jin' Englishman wants Englishmen to cure na
tional drunkenness by brewing German beer. ,
"But I will not linger upon this point," as the
preacher said when he sat down on the carpet
tack. hurbngUm Hawteye. & . , i
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If s always the big fellows that get to the front In
the crowd. Look at the strawberry box for in
rtanoei the little ones are always at the bottom.
The bare thought of Zach Chandler foaming at
the mouth during dog days while his demijohn
contlmer to bleed at the neck, Is enough to cause
an early and precipitate adjournment ugusta
' When an old backwoodsman was about to take
his first ride In a Mississippi steamer he was asked
whether he would take deck or cabin fare. "Well,"
said he, in a resigned sort of way, "I've lived all
my life in a cabin and I guess cabin passage, will
be good enough for a rough chap like me." ,'
Now buds the maddening mosquito,
The fluttering fly has come again
Now blooms the presidential veto,
While parties wax and parties wane.
Commencement essays steam and simmer
As dawn the dusty, summer days,
And down the street we catch the glimmer
Of French percales and white pekays.
Ait Louis Timm-Journal.
The fair sex in Guernsey are not to be trifled
with. At a fancy-dress ball given there recently by
the subalterns of an infantry regiment a lady not
ed for originality and wit was brought by chance to
the side of one of the chief military authorities of
the place. Said she to Colonel Z., "May I ask,
Colonel, what you are?" "Oh," answered the
Colonel, who was evidently not in one of his happy
moods, "I am nothing. What are you?" "I am
next to nothing," was the prompt rejoinder.
THE OHIO CAMPAIGN.
Judge I'hurman's Attitude and Pros
pects. Special pis patch to the Baltimore Sun.J
Washington, May 26. Ohio politics
are engrossing attention in political cir
cles here for tire time :beuig. It is un
derstood thai wiltit t'or the Re
publican no'w'oil''itC3dirernor will
be quite aniJftit between iex-Congress-maji
Foster,! Attoroey General Taft,
andone otif ixiitUerSrhut since Secret
tary Sherman haseemed totake him
self out of thelisLS, there has not been
so much interest manifested as in re
gard to the Democratic nomination. In
connection with this, the usual number
of sensational and imaginative state
ments are repeated from mouth to
mouth, and some of them have found
their way into print. If credence were
to be placed in them it would be natu
ral to infer that Mr. Tilden and Judge
Thurman have been sitting up nights
working out the problem of how to kill
each other politically. But there is rea
son for the belief that so far as Mr. Til
den is concerned he is not now troub
ling himself with the State politics of
Ohio, and that the many reports of his
active interference through his friends
have no solid foundation upon
which to rest The politicians who are
most likely to give Judge Thurman
trouble; and who seem to be the most
interested in putting him down as a
presidential candidate, are those of his
own State. Judge Thurman, of course,
does not want to run as a candidate for
Governor if his own personal conveni
ence Was the only object to be consid
ered, But through the machinations
and the manipulations of some of the
members of his party at home the situ
ation has become such that if he is
asked to take the Democratic nomina
tion for Governor there is no alterna
tive but for him to accept it Neither
Judge Thurman nor any of his person
al friends or adherents were in favor of
such an idea at the first and that they
had been brought to that point now, is,
as said, not due to any efforts or desires
of their own. A Democratic Senator,
a warm friend of Mr. Thurman, said to
your correspondent this afternoon that
it was a shame to impose the nomina
tion upon him, involving, as it Would,
hia going through one of the most, if
not the most laborious, campaigns
which had ever been fought in the State
of Ohio, "But," continued the Senator,
" Thurman must take the nomination if
it is put at him, or he will be lost, and I
fear the-State will be lost anyhow."
This foreboding is due to the opinion
which is very generally expressed here,
that the Democrats have no show to
carry Ohio at the next election. Such
foreDOdirigs may, however, and quite
likely, not be realized. Ohio has for
years , been a very uncertain State, and
one which neither party could claim
Tmttt "the -ballots were counted, Un
doubtedly. RepubJicaft prospects look
bright iust now. But the election is
more, than four montbg off. If Judge
Thurman goes- in as the Democratic
standard-bearer, realizing as he will how
much there is at stake for himself, he
will warm up to his work, and no can
didate that the Republicans can nomi
nate: will be able to etcel him in effec-
ring from one end of the, State to the
others and his red bandana would float
us the barbinger of , victory in every
breezed Said one of his more enthusias
tic friends to-night: "Let the old man
hare s ballot-box with a bayonet stuck
thrmiorh ir and hold it nn to the neonle
on every stand from which be speaks ;
let mm ten cnenv cnat is me issue on
which, President paves and the.RepubK
Ilea jpashav4 planted. hftiselyes,
and we will see whether the yeomanry
of Ohio will indorse such doctrine.! .
The fcalloWtKx transfixed with a bayo- :l
net would, ior tnat matter, wnue a
muteC be a most powerf nl : argument
nbtronTr iii Ohio. "but m "every other
o. but in eyery oti
ooiThei storages warehouse- of . J ohn S.
IHchardi tn ' NewTork. nearly filled
,'jfjtb t6iW was bnxneflMonday nigbt
"Pouf workmen iwerii on the top floor
I hfirt ift ifireibroke - out. : but they suc-
Iceeded in making-their.v escape by slid
ing, down .a rope to tne siaewaiK. . ine
building was worth $30,000, the stock
smOoa'.W.Black&Co bad 1,000 bales
Grafney iKColOO, Putnam , 1,000, B. R.
BmithjJ40, and.I'icherjf .Bros 100 bales.
There were besides these some 800 more
bales of cotton and 300 bales of hops.
!Av)toTt,p.nsive . United Statesi bonded
rwarehouse adjacent full of whiskey 'and 1
I'LljL.-. ' L..Hi.iinVita-UlJ'fnti"l,,m"hllf
t.hft firfimen-Prevented a catastrophe.
Tbe Prig" of Tlie fire is unknowji."
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O iN-.iVtii; -s. - a; A card. : j
: !'frn ii shn am 'knfierlnz from ' the error and in-
discretions 01 youtn,- nervous wecuuMuw, arv uo
eav. losa of manhood, Ae., I wul send a recipe teat
SdU you7FRE OF CHARGE. r Thfa great
remedy v; was-, discovered by a missionary -in
South America. Send a self-addressed envelope
tothe BET. JOSEPH T. 1NMAN, Btatldnn,)New
Yortf City, . ,t k ,
awi ?m,SEHMfMS. i
At Marshall TexaslMonday, while
Wm; Wilfcilison was .speaking to Mrs.
Angell concerning; rjafafriagfe with her
datightef; to which Mk AngeU object
edber "son rtpproacbg from the rear,
firing at Wilkinson wttaotit efiEectiwith
a' shotguni 1 'Wilkihsor? 'wrested the
gun away and shot yonrlg Angell fatal
ly in the ' stomach. -; The latter drew a
pistol and shot Wilkinson in the wrist.
In the clerk's, office of the United
States . Circuit . : Court at New York,
Monday, the district, attorney filed a bill
of discovery in the case .of the United
States against Samuel J. Tilden for al
leged deficiencies an his income tax.
There are 1,406 items in the bill and 472
interrogatories, which Mr. Tilden can
answer or not, as he sees fit. ..The snb
penatd answer was to. have been is
sued Tuesday. ;
Judge T. J. Iiatham, recently appeint
ed receiver of the old corporation of
Memphis by the United States Circuit
Court, Monday filed his second report,
in which he arrives at jthe conclusion
that the available assets will not ex
ceed $1,100,000, against liabilities, in
cluding all actual indebtedness, of
$4,530,000. The city's assets will not
Say more than 15 per cent of the in
ebtedness. Mayor Poe, of Richmond, has sus
pended Policeman Brook&and Sergeant
Seal from the city force for not making
the necessary arrests in the case of Gen.
E. W. Law, of Augusta, Ga, who was
robbed by two men of $45 in a Rich
mond bar-room recently, but who told
the officers in question when they call
ed on him that he preferred to keep the
matter quiet. A well known detective
is said to have been one of the men
who committed the robbery.
LETTER FROM THE UNIVERSITY.
Half Fare on the Railroads The Ser
mon and Addresses.
To the Editor of The Observer!
I am informed by the chief marshal,
Mr. J. M Leach, Jr., that he has written
to the men who have the railroads
named below, in charge, and they have
kindly consented to grant half-fare to
all persons attending our commence
ment. The railroad companies referred
to are: the Richmond & Danville, Ral
eigh & Gaston, Wilmington & Weldon,
and Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta
Railroad Companies, Atlantic & North
Carolina, Western North Carolina,
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway,
and Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad
Companies, I desire to correct two
mistakes, concerning our commence
ment, made by some of the newspapers.
One 18, that Thurman will not be here,
which is doubtless a mistake. He has
accepted the invitation, and has assur
ed us that if he possibly can he will be
here, and has written nothing to the
effect, that he will not come. The pa
pers also, (some of them) have our
commencement put down for the 5th
and 6th, but it is on the 4th and th of
June. The marshals will endeavor to
secure accommodations for all our visi
tors. Dr. Hoge, of Richmond, Va., will
preach the baccalaureate sermon. Hon.
S. F. Phillips, solicitor-general of the
United States, will deliver the address
before the alumni association, and Hon.
A. G. Thurman, of Ohio, will deliver
the address before the literary societies.
K. P. Battle.
A Story of the Sea.
LNag'a Head (N. C.) correspondence Philadelphia
Looking west bevond the Sound from
Nag's Head is Roanoke Island, with its
pines and plantations. Sometimes the1
sail of a schooner can be seen, and often
the little white wings of a conoe. The
canoes are plentif uL All the toilers by
the sea call them "kooners." They are
used to bring lumber: and grain from
the mainland and to carry over fish and
such other game as the people find.
When the sounds choose they can be
tame, and atrain Albemarle mav sneak
to Pamlico from the hurricane deck and
with a trumpet Some weeks ago the
single occupant of a canoe found a
schooner bottom up, in Pamlico, the
round, muddy hull lazily bobbing in the
trougn and on tne crest of tne waves.
The lisherman paddled around - to the
stern, and there saw infancy red letter
ing the name u Hattaras Beacon." He
looked more closely about the over
turned boat, and caught a glimpse of a
woman's shawl hanging to: - the? vessel
rail way, down below. the bubbles. : He
fished the shawl out with his boat hook
and lo! tied in one end . of the shawl
were the pitiful white arms of a baby.
At Hatteras Beacon he found that
Keener Barnett. his wife; ids sister and
the latters child, had sailed out into the
gound a few: days before, bound to the
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mam litnq. mier provisions, marcii was
whistling due west and the keeper ex
pected to make the run quickly. Nei
ther he or his companions have been
heard of sincei This bit of news did
not reaoh the papers. : The lands of Cur
rituck, Kitty Hawk and Hatteras are
cut off an isolated sliee of sand and
A Tribute to "The Cornel."
New York Correspondence Raleigh Observer.
Of course vou remember the late Hay
wood W. Guion's very remarkable book,
The Comet published by us in 1869.
It lately fell into the hands of Rev.
Dr. P. G; Robert a distinguished Pres
byter in' th! Episcopal church 'in St
-r f -ws . TT - t . A U
LiOuis, jmssoun. lie was su sliuck. wihi
if that he wrote a series of articles about
it for the St Lbuis Democrat, and after-
wards embodied the"m in a handsome
pamphlet of 29 pagesV which he publish
ed af his own cost - Hearing of it from
a friend in Missouri, I wrefid to Dr.
Robert for a copy,- which he lias , kindly
sent to me, and in a letter accompany
ing it he says : Mlt fe' the most i-emark-
aoie DooK i ever reaavana i uiiiik is a
demonstration." I doubt riot that the
friends oTthe ;gentlemanand scholar,
Mr. Guion, will be gratified to know of
this. The book: was unfortunate in its
title and in the; circumstances of its pub
lication, and therefore never naa a
tithe of the sale it ought ,'to have had.
If it had been issued under tne name or
one of the great authorities in scientific
subjects, ic would ; have attained to a
world wide notoriety, as w is, wno,
even in his native State, ; knows the
book V Not 6ne in ' ten thousand. It is
an honor to the literature of North Caro
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V : Ease Attainable hy the Baenmatic.
i ,,ye, aIQMa(iL.tber-i.-'aWaJ'ef relief, it is
attain aoie dj rneumanc suoerers, ior mere is a
remedy which carries off; y means of increased
activity of the kidneys important channeis for
blood purification the acrid, element to which
nnthnifuristR the most eminent attribute the Painful
Mvmntoms-t theory completriy borne out by urln" i
Anr anAivsls. . The name of this grand denuient 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
ATtAnL and is hlehlv recommended as a medicinal
Mimilant br distinguished physicians and analysts .
who pronounce it to be eminenUy pure and very.
Deneucuu. ; xue prvss aiau euuorutru ik.
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' to the early part of every season then is a natural desire to know what an the newest, latest arid most fashionable styles!, and also who an ' recognize '
as standard authority ln the fashionable world. Our relations to, and dealings with the rrtblic, and the general standing of our house,' will 'assure aB in-'
tefflgent readers UuU the tafqma .n I ma lit w
Several ehanges have taken placed both ta shape and pattern, of fabrics la Men's Garments, of which special mention Wilt be made'. Th latest de
mand in Spring Garments Is our new ". ..... ., ,.. . . ,' , :-; ' ' 'i:;! .:
It has many admirers among those who prefer new shapes and ideas Instead of adhering to the old time-worn
ance and cut from Cheviots of the newest designs.
, Our St. Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three or four buttons, front cut a trifle longer, giving tt a neai and
of Spring textures. ' j;
In shape and style retains tea hold in popular favor. Its length Is a little longer thah last season, and it. is one of the most useful among the gar
ments of a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials ire French Castings, Granites and various patterns of English Worsteds. , '
Our Pants stock is complete, with every novelty in fabrics, and the shapes are perfect: In bur Hat department we invite the Inspection of the most' eiuV
Uvated tastes, and In fine Felts and Straw Goods we are confident of universal approval. ' " : ;
Our Neck Wear artm la almortnnl upon the vwy recent Intnxrtirtton of the Univer
sity Scarf. Unique arid very elegant " ' . " ' ' " : ,
In White Tests we have a State reputation, and we win only assert progress' .In this season's selections. Our efforts nave been to place upon onr'
counters only reliable and standard goods, and in the rapid increase of our business we are assured of the public's appreciation. ' ' ..
We invite the attention of all, both far and near, and their advantage wlU be the same, for we will send goods to any section Sn approval, with privilege
of inspection before payment of bill;
' 1 Very rcsp&otuUy
April 27, 1879. ' E. D. LATTA & BRO., The People's Clotheirs.
COME AND SEE
Ever shown in this city.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth,
NO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via SeaLoard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, c, apply to either of the undersigned.
April 30 d5m.
fflcsmu music miuse, cubem f e, j, c,
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
ife lilt' rril:
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rl f- - m wt t - va ;
McMif i .mm umm9 vmmmm,M.
D. CT. lUXWXLI
& V. HABSI90N
AXwtLL & HABEISO
Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
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MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY JPRODUCE ;
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' WlU give strict personal ' 1
attention to all business entrusted to our care.
Four doors above Charlotte Hotel.
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TTT ELL IMPROVED
CITY PROPERTY' FOB SALE. ,
v Anv rjerson deslrinilo DurShase a well Improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, fine well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk of. the public square, eanbeac-
WUlIUUUiUiOU UpyiJlUg i..: 14,.
;.; OTIS OFFICE. :
WEST END SACK.
PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE !
L CHEVIOT SUITS
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Remember that we are the rulers in tP" Low
L. BERW ANGER
Ya. and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick-
Time to all Points South and
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITH, Agent C. C. Railway,
F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
ALL KINDS OF
Drums, Band Instruments,
SHEET MUSIC ,
&e., &c, &c.
. FOR ... .
ALE ' AN V PORTER,1 ' " 'u ; 'J
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city; free of charge for 81.00 per
dozen. . i
- F. C. UUAZL.KU.
All orders left at John Voxel's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention. , , ., -f -
'TO?, At. THE1
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'c;a Bkjwk, Proprietor u
Lata of the National Hotel, Raleigh! j ;
C S, Brown, Jr- Chief Clerkv V.. 0,Shelbun, As
styles of the past very stylish la appear-,
M. . . ,
graceful appearance, are made up In every variety
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Prices for Fine Clothing.
& BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
j Charlotte, N.O.
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TJNDERTAEINO .. "
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The.uQderaigned is now prepared to fill .orders
for every class of Undertaking.
, Having on luKidt
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full assortment of
if Ui te
COfTTNS, CASKETS AlfD BUMAL-'CABES;'
Both Wood and Metalic L .
PBICB8 AB LOW AS IHT .
Hearses famished tf, desired , -
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1 '.ihij-f !,'),!! HkIZ
Furniture of every PescrlpUon Repaired tt hor
.(Kl !r W.1LWTLHELM,
, With,E7 Rogers, Trade Street B .
, Jane 20?
TE SIMPLE DEEDS,8 ' - J
yOiliiw Jost Fttptod nd WatfiMfbiii M
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