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WEEKLY EDITION t
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oj2 Month-. ' vit b .,ri-rn'&JJy
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.-f . fcK-i Wwlxi ioo' jiv
t dieH buying ParasolB an Son Umbrellas win
the best assortment at
They al8 nnd other g00d8 to 8ult theP upoa
-...L.h the? can savumonej Our stpckpt Fancy
ls ll0ff complete, among which may be (found a
and PIlCci WWX CottH' Lln6n
Tilbie Damask in White, Slate, Red and jTellow;
apkls. Doylas and Towels to every variety; Car
Our stockf Jmprgdf!? an Trimmings is large,
he found very cheap. Bo will our stock of
aim '"- - 4.
nciuBV fiLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS, COR-
otRk- n n i
1 1 if ill I
Ask to sec our Ten Cents linen Cambi
bAnhir and 82 Sun Umbrellas. You will find
them cheap, and everything else In proportion
Call and see us. It will pay you.
WHOLESALE" AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS 1
CHEAP BEDSTEADS I
, LOUNGES t,
PARLOR AND CHAMBER lUlTS J
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS f
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. -Ml
COFFINS of all kinds on hand. ,
if i,,.- k t, .(( rr ;.-v.r '. "'Vi !f5
ii 1 ' - 111 it 1 1 1, wtw 1 1 m
if ni won M;H J
: ! CHARLOTTEl 'NJi-jlOlDNESPJkY JUNE 4,' 1879.
lamandtpaA w Luteal Stylet of Tiptf-moA rfr--
maimer of Job Work eon now te oom toaA mob. ,
outpaicA ana wapMm. mt tern turmuMt imdh' -
f ' TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTKBJS 11 "
PAMPHLETS, CLJtCVLAMS, CHECKS, KU jtJ T
H')()T; Thh.m ;nrr
We have received another lot of handsome
In light shades, suitable for making Turbans: Also
' d MrgJ R tie of lidleL'fad deh&l X
" 'MtitTiRUNK&ij ;, ...
Xn all qualities. Those in need of such an article
will de well to call on us" before tHirchaslnar. ' 'Do
mmUtmHUl Kiwi ; vri - w
not fail to see our large stock of - .
tiUu Mtiinn' ... .,,t'. ;i , .1...-
h.J 'J ! 'l r f t 'J T t. Hit .-. H H T
:i(Hf la4is. i ; :!
HATS & BQNNETS,
Both trimmed and untrlmmed, at greatly Tedoced
, ......... AND WHITE
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' ' ' lEthel Fane toMsh Monthlr. s
And so your life has been a dreary story .
Of treachery against you, leal and true; '
.And little of our nature's tender glory
Is yet revealed to you. - - '
Tou think that you are, wise and I am dreaming
The dream of youth as beautiful as vain;
That friendship is another name for scheming.
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run iuo is -ivtiu4uu. i !' - ;j if
Special attention given to orders.
I W. U SEIGLE&CO.,
Opp. CharlotteHotel, Tryon at, Charlotte, N. C.
W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.
We have made the experiment of purchasing a
stock so complete as to include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
My friend, not long ago my dull existence,
JPaseed slowly by within a dtv drear:
I watched the endless roofs, the smoky distance, .
.Xhe sparrows prating neairt ,, l(
At length a footstep mounted to my attic; .
One entered in and reached to me his hands. . .
And now I go with him O Joy ecstatic 1 . Jt
Across th meadow lands. ji . '
The saucy robin trills his carol near us,
The lark arises at out very feet,
While speckled thrush and blackbird often cheer us
With mellow botes and sweet '
And he my guide has promised me that yonder
. Are built the nests of doves andaightingdles, ,
In secret eods where we alone shall wanuer, :
' In more sequestered vales.-: i -. : u
But yojt you look for doves In city alleys, , .
For nightingales among the sparrow crew;
Then marvel that the music of our valleys
" Is stilt uaheard by you. ,
- .'" OHSERVAXIOJKS.
1 George "Eliot proposes to take her maiden name,
and be known as Miss Evans. She only changed
It to oblige Mr. Lewes. ;:
Reporters and scientists 'are equally anxious to
flnd out where gin slings leave off and - sunstrokes
begin in cases of mid-summer maladies. . ,
. When the poet wrote, about music having charms
to soothe (he savage breast, he little Imagined that
sucn an engine a .ine nana organ eouia De possi-
' King Ahihofiso will be married In October or No
vember. 1 The ceremony would take place earlier,
but unhappily, the.lady has not yet been selected.
When a man hasn't more than a minute to catch
a train, and ls running , for It with all his might, it
is somehow just the time set apart by fate for one
of. his shoestrings to break.
It ls said that Mr. Henderson, husband of Lvdla
Thompson, has retired with a fortune of half a
million. So, perhaps, It ls about time for him to
get a divorce and let some other fellow get rich.
Jersey City Journal.
Strawberries are no longer worth their weight in
gold, but you'd never suspect It to see how careful
ly tney are aisnea out at a cnurcn iestivai. rnua.
Chron, , 1
A London paper thinks that by residing In
Europe an American girl can gradually "get rid of
her war-whoop." American girls don't war hoops
There is a boy up in Cresco about twenty years
old who recently got married, and not being able
to read or write at tne time oi ms marriage ms
wire taueht him. He is now perusing "uncle
Tom's Cabin." and he told the editor of the Time
a few days ago that the country would all go to
ruin unless slavery was aDousnea. Mawceye.
Joaquin Miller Is In Portland, Oregon, looking
after the unfortunate affair in which his daughter
Maud has been Implicated. Miss Maud ls accused
of instigating the abduction of a little girl that she
might obtain the latter's silken locks. The poet
tells the Oregonum that the matter was a childish
ireaK. no more or less, tie is intensely Diner in
his denunciation of the Oregon newspapers. He
says that he has been stabbed in the back by
ILLNESS OF NELLIE CUMMESS.
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OOL OO T HHIINNNG G
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We Invite, public inspection, and' we are at all
times Teady to give quotation of prices. Every
garment which ls sold at our house is warranted to
be as represented, and In price less than can be
bought elsewhere. We continue to sell
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past
season, and they have gained the reputation of be
ing the best in the marke
We present this season to the consumer a fine
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
Including the best makes in the country. There
can also be found In our stock a complete line of
fine Felt, Stiff and Straw Hats, and any kind of
Genaemen's Klirnlshing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest
Can b&bad at
f W. KAUFMAN & CO.'S,
Corner Trsde and Tryon Ste.,
Charlotte. N. C.
No. 5 West Traps Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
lT Ladles' and Gentlemen's Burial ' Robes a
line supply. 4
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UR RNN N II T ,XS UH BE
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E. G. ROGERS' WAREHOOMS, !
' Tu it t-yA ' (.. '
Next to PosTonriqs.
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W) slock Is very Lar, and embraces a Full Une of
if I ftn "' t,
PAhLOlt. CHAMBEU, DINING ROO
Corner Tryon and Sixth Streets,
tfTT RT streets'
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
S P. CALDWELL...
This house is permanently established and offers
all the conveniences and comfdrtJ of & fffst-class
boirdtogftottseJ Persfiri Wsltingjhe ltf wUl find
It a pleasant home. Permanent boarders wanted.
Can be furnished with rooms.
RATES Per day,
per month, 818.00.
transient, $1.25; per week,
, $.3jUO; Doara ana room
The Actress Who Witnessed the Porter Murder
Dangerously Sick in Philadelphia.
(.Philadelphia Times, 2d.
Mis3 Nellie Cummens, the lady who
was the unfortunate witness of the
murder of Porter, the actor, at Marshall,
Texas, is at the Continental Hotel very
ill. Ever since the shooting occurred
her health has been failing and the
shock to herv,nerviis system was more
than she could bear. Her condition at
present is very precarious. She contin
ued to nlay. however, after the fatal af
fray until the close of the "Diplomacy"
Company's engagement at Chicago,
when she came to JN ew l ork ana rest
ed a week. It was the earnest wish of
the management of the AVarde-Barry-niore
"Diplomacy" party that the play
should be given by the company in this
city in its entirety, and Miss Cummens,
asainst the advice or ner pnysician
arose from a sick bed in New York and
came to this city to appear at the Arch
.Street theatre as tne uountess aickh.
She appeared at every performance, but
a physician was always in attendance
behind the scenes and rendered such
professional services that she was en
abled to go through with her part. What
time she was not at the theatre she was
force to spend in bed. The "Diploma
cy" Company play in Brooklyn this
week, but the actress is too ill to accom
pany them, and her doctor reports she
must not move for a week. Miss Cum
mens says herself that she feels no bodi
ly ill, except that she is weak and ner
vous. She cannot sleep without having
frightful nightmares, which present to
her the blowy scene she witnessed in
the waiting-room of the railroad depot
: COLORED - JtEOBS 'D jiftilSl J '
'it . .i ; L.Sf.i V 'ii! . .vj.j;:-;
: t-T-. T 'r - -
Judge, Jhrisiian '. iQives lMpSy: Reasons
Why They are. not -Summoned
in' His CourtiA " .-; .
BRIEF NEWS ITi MS.
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Invalids- ox pleasure iseekers, ..who , desire to
spend a few weeks of the hot weather In jnost
desirable locality are informed that the ? i
SALUDA HOTEL t
Is now'open to the public. Situated on ihe Spar
tanburg and Asheville Railroad, forty miles from
Spartanburg, only a few miles from Flat Rock and
Hendersonvllle, In a delightful climate, and sur-.
rounded by splendid mountain scenery, few places
can offer more attractions. j
The table is supplied with the best the market
flord- Tw-I'TANNEi Proprietor.;;
June 8 im. "
The Philadelphia mint coined during
May $789,800 gold, $1,300,000 silver, and
$4,708 base metal coins.,
; Hon. Ebon C. Ingersoll, formerly a
member of Congress, but for some years
past practicing law in Washington city,
died suddenly of apoplexy Sunday mor
ning. He was a brother of Col. Robert
. A young man named John Sullivan,
who was taken to the Tombs police
kepurt, in New -York,; Sunday morning,
ffdf assault and btittery -on-a- policeman,
jumped through an open window to tne
ground 'outside, aoout xwenty-iw& ieec
elow, then vaulted over a railing six
feet high, andj darting around the cor
At the recent commencement at Van
derbilt University, at Nashville, Tenn,
the degree Of Master of Arts was con
ferred by the faculty upon .Miss JKate
Lupton, because, as the chancellor stat
ed, " she had won it in a masterly man
ner, having, ;passed. most satisfactorily
all the examinations to which the
young men were subjected." Miss Lup
ton, whose father is a native of Fred
erick county, Va., completed with dis
tinction the entire course for gradua
tion in ten schools.
OFFICE FUKlCrrURK !-:
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' All Goods Packed Free of Charger f
rjHE YORKVILLE NEWS. ! . . J
tfne'ibovi'wlU i th!fc;L0of I weekly Demo
cratlc newspaper, the publication of which will be
commenced at an.early day.at Yprkidjle, u, by
... ,r Trr 1 ... . -T I . :
The Nw wUl be a good advertising medium for I
the business men to: vnanorae, s iuo wui,
have a large circulation hi the counties of Lincoln,
Gaston, and Catawba, Nortl Carolina.'.
The price of subscription will be $2 per annum.
Arirfrpgq ? w" "THE NEWS,
june 3. Yorkvllle, S. C.
' ABOUT THE STATESMEN.
. Jefferson Davis was 71 years old yes
' -"' Senator' Bayard's daughter, Miss Isa
bel, will soon, be .married to w ootiDury
Blair,of the Marylnfid Blairs.
- Senator rWilliam Pinckney Whyte,
of Maryland, has been asked to recon
sider his determination not to be again
a candidate for the United States Sena
torsbip. .,. , ;
Ohio statesmen are getting along in
years. Judge Taft is 69; Senator Thur
man, 67; Governor Bishop, 67; Secre
tary Sherman, 56;" Stanley Matthews,
55; Nominee .Foster, 51; Tom Ewing,
RichmondJ Jrin62.t J udge Christian.
of the Hustings Court, to-day. gave his
answer '.to the petition pf the committee
of colored men, asKingmm to summon
as jurors all ' persons ' entitled to serve,
andhoseharhes may apoearutxm the
poll books;1 withotit discrimination be-i
t ween -white and blaek men.' Thejpeti
tion' was presented in,; conformity -with,
a resolution adopted by' the convention
of colored people held in this , city7 May
19th, for the purpose " of considering
meastrres for ameliorating and ifnprov-
ihg the condition ot the' colored; race
&ci Judge Christian, in .answer? , says
that after calm and deliberate -'consid
eration, he fjrjncti reasons
given -by hlsJredecessoF. the late Judge
Guigon, for refusingrthe petition ask
ing that colored persons abused " of
crimes be tried by colored j urors. The
form and substaneeof the present peti
tion, however; being different,' and , the
laws tor summoning junes-in ixus court
having been changed, he leema: it ne
cessary to "give . a somewhat different
answer: He quotes jfrom the laws pre
scribing the qualifications of jurors and
the manner in which they shall be sum
moned, and says there carl be no- ' ques
tion that the state has a right tto- pre
scribe the mode in which Jurors shall be
selected and summoned, and trials con
ducted in its courts. This he sustains
by numerous citations of high ; legal
Authority, including Judges Marshall,
Storey, Taney, Chase and waite, . and
all the judges and text writers worth
quoting, both before and since the adop
tion' of the recent amendments to the
Federal constitution; and ; claims that
the State of Virginia, having the exclu
sive right to do so, lias, through its
legislature, conferred on mm tneluty
of furnishing lists from which juries in
court shall be taken. He recognizes the
equality of the colored people before
the law, and that they are liable to serve
on juries, and says he Will i summon
them for such service when he" deems it
best for the proper enforcement of the
laws of the commonwealth. The only
principle which has governed or will
hereafter govern him in the discharge
of the duty of selecting jurors, is that
which will enable him to comply With
the law and at the same time , secure
the best material for improper' enforce
On this point he says: " When I find
that I can best do this by selecting a
colored iurv. I will do so. but not till
then. If I were disposed to do So, it
would be simply impossible for me to
select all persons entitled to serve, and
whose names appear on the poll books,
and at the same time comply with
the law, which says I must select only
such as I think will qualify as jurors.
There are hundreds in this city, both
white and colored, of whom I have no
opinion, one way or the other persons
whom I never can, and never will, se
lect, knowing nothing ot their qualih
cations. If I were to select some col
ored jurors, now, with a hundred or
more intelligent white persons liable to
jury duty, that I know of to select from,
such selection would be made simply
because they were colored, and, as was
well said by my predecessor, I would
then be applying a test of qualification
condemned by the spirit, atleast, of the
fourteenth constitutional amendment
and the civil rights bill. - Nothing that
I have said or done, or 4ican say or do,
is needed, no additional legislation is
necessary, to render colored citizens
more liable under the law than they
now are to jury duty. Education, ele
vation of character and legal qualifica
tions are the only things that I know of
necessary to render persons liable to
such duty in this court; and my expe
rience lias taught me that the nrst re
quisites ai-e not attained by admittance
to the jury -box, but must be had before
" No one appreciates the colored peo
ple ot tins community more highly .than
I do, or sympathizes with them more
deeply in any grievance that they may
labor under. I was reared in their
midst, and hope to die with the same
surroundings, but I do not understand
by this petition that they have been ag
grived by anything I have done, except
that I have not made them bear one of
the burdens to which the law has made
In conclusion, Judge Christian says
" As before stated, I have in the past
selected the best material 1 could hiu
liable to discharge the important trusts
confided to them, and I expect to do the
same in the future, with an eye single
to what I understand to be my duty un
der the law, and what I believe to be t
the best and highest interests of all the
community. I will file their petition,
and continue to put only such persons '
on the jury as I think well qualified, as
the law requires me to do."
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS,
Hydrant water is becoming scarce in
There were nineteen confirmations
at the Lutheran church in Columbia,
Sunday. . . ,:
Gov. Simpson left Columbia last Sat
urday to remain until the coming Sat
urday at his home in Laurens.
!Not less than 6,000 barrels of potatoes
were shipped North from Charleston
last Saturday by rail and steamship.
Gov. Simpson will review the troops
of the Second Division in Columbia on
the 4th of July, - with such other mili
tary as can attend. It is suggested that
there be an encampment of a week or
ten days on that occasion.
The bondsmen of D. I. Hendrix, ex
treasurer of Lexington county, held a
meeting at Summit,: last., Wednesday,
and determined to make -good the defi
ciency. It is probable that Hendrix
has left nearly .'.enough in money and
property to indemnity his sureties.
The Rev. S. :il.: S. Gallaudet, formerly
rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal church
in Baltimore, but for the past four
years rector of the Episcopal church at
Balair, in iBaltimore county, haa- re
ceived a call to the pulpit of Trinity
church", at Abbeville C. II., in this State.
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Ciiio IMi: c-. : -
A meeting of citizens' of Cincinnati
favoring ..Senator Thurman as . the
Democratic: candidat3,for Governor of
Ohio was held ;, itt-i Robinson's opera
house, - Cincinnati, Saturday evening.
The meeting was largely ' attended,
JudgeV'Hodley; Theodore Cook, and
1 ' "r- ; "uui''" ' rx ' - ...f t 7- " i'
in the early part of every season there Is a natural desire to know whaiare the newest, latest and most fashionable styles', and also who nrerecbghfe! ' "
as standard authority In the fashionable world. Our relations to, and dealings with the .public, and the general standing ot our house, wftt assvra an ln-
e and correct . . -f -iJ : ! i- ;' i.'.fi vtfjt;) T-
telligent xeaders , that the information given below is authentic, reliable and
Several changes have taken place, both In shape and pattern, of fabrics In Men's Garments", of which spOoial mention will tie made. t . Ttw! latest 4 j
mand In Spring Garments ls our new
WfiST end sack:;
' I .ii-mnn-;)
It has many admirers among those who prefer new shapes and Ideas Instead of adhering to the old time-worn styles of the. past very, stylish In appear- ;
anoe and cut from Cheviots of the newest designs.: '-' , ' t' 't"t",S .
rhir at HiYtraA9 frAamv Vwnrb nrfth tbiA nr fnnr hnftwirt frnnt rait trtfln lnnirp aivlnfrlt ima nrl rraivfnl innAiinuim. At insula Itn fn AvAfv nutatr -
THE PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
till lOi i
-..1 ... ...JAf
In shape and style retains its hold In popular favof. Its length ls a little longer than last season, and lt is one of the most useful among the gar
ment a cenUeBpan' wise, , , The waterlala aie''Fieiien ffeatliiiK Gianfttt nd '-ntdom mttrns ft'Snciiao wniteda, , ' "' '"" "m
Our Pants stock is complete, with every novelty In fabrics, and the shapes are perfect.:! In our Hat department we Invite the inspection ot the most eul-'
Uvatedtas, and in yeltsajid Straw Goods we are conMent of u r r r: fi . U j , u s-, i i-m- .-
Our Neek. Wear assortment Is almost unlimited in devices of shades and styles, but boasts particularly upon the very recent Introduction of th UnlveT- '
In White Vesta we.have a State reputation, and we will only assert "progress" In this season's selections. ' Our efforts hate been to plac upon ar';
counters only reliable and standard goods, and to the rapid tacrease of our business we are assured of the pubUc's appreciaubn. ;; .'r!,v -'lul aiAi
WttMte the attention ot alL both far and near, and their advantages will be the same, for' we9 will send goods to $ seotlpB on approval, with.prtrtlege( (
tlpectionbetore payment of bill. - n i '''' ' .'" . , , , , '
.Tlhfi'iH..:' - tv h :r-..;. - Very respectfully, - ' ' : t-'t .-ith o !
April 27, 1879. t E. D. L ATT A &BRO., The People's aotheirsUsui
AIT E f I M IL A lTE !
We have ilils day added to our stock a splendid line of Buntings In
PLAIN AND LACE
Also, an excellent lot of BL ACK GRENADINES, from 20c. to $1.25; and a general line of new and desirable Dress Goods at the most reasonable
prices. A Special lot of
BLACK CASHMERES AND ALPACCAS.
NEW THINGS IN HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
An early Inspection of the above will be to your Interest Gentlemen, you will find our stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING the most com
plete In the market, at our well-known and popular low prices. ; ! i
WITTKOWSKT BARUCH. '
L IT B I
Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sells now lor S6.50. Our 12.E0 EEglith Tweed Suit sells now fcr $10. Our $18 and $20 French and English Cassimere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $lfi.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
duced prices. -
Unlaundried shirts for 50 cents. The very best made in the United States for $1.00 Linen Collars $2.00 per dozen, and all goods in proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of lew prices. .
Respectfully, ,,.-. .
June 1, 1879. L. BERW ANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quiet
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest, i -i
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lafllng issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, 4c, apply to either of the undersigned.
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent, , ) ..
T. T. SMITH. Agent C. C. Railway; Charlotte, N. C
April 30 d5mt F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent, ) ...
Mcfl 1NP8IG. BOCSB;CffliRMtDft
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING;
' MAGNOLIA HAMS.
" -. .""7 -. j g, M. HOWELir
.May 28,' f 'rAl
55 ; .Nominee . oscer, &i low . i Amx the speeches by the parties up
50, and General Garneld, 48.. Uncle Bill, pointed: several alleged Bishop men at-
AUen is still sweet sixteen,.;
VWhen the. jury in the case of ex-Congressman
Hull gave to the great crowd
in the court room at Jacksonville their
verdict of "not guilty," a few. days ago,
the , lawyers ; applauded to the echo.
J udge Settle at once ordered that fifteen
of them be arrested and kept in durance
until t;hey should pay a . fine of $25
apiece! S , f "J
LVAi4bVva PVTVfWt iA4Vjm 'v
tempted, to capture : the meeting and
turn . It jinio ,a j5isnop rauy, uui me ,
chairman ordered the lights turned off.
They then crossed.the street and took
possession of another ball, and proceed
ed with their f ally. This ran alongsuc
cessfully for ,a. time, when-Wm.!Pugh,
a well known politician, broke in . with
a speech for Diirbin Ward, upon which
the meeting adjourned, '.:'":.
' .5 r IMPORTERS OF ;
C? g ALL KINDS OF g
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m 3 v r i a airo i . 'w , nn ea
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J igtl'' M G.UITARS,tj( rife I
S t i? 1 1: 1 BANJOS, -'.;iL J rl5Sf I
g -aa H sSi' II ;:V.I J FLUTES, FIFES, -ijOi :. g-.jS-.COig ',m' S,
Si sir . " VAl w-w.;:;rrfi ix.
aa i O s 50 t-4 423) SHEET MUSIQif jkJr- jjj) &'f,f; .-:gf
g iSONUId. , wholesale-; sNVDaCtfs'iW::?::
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