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)toiwim,:'mmMlM" -aagfrTW Minify!
Omiv.one'year, (pcmtrpaid) i mivanoe 00
jr. AfOA-'MrrMft?-tiM-. 4 0Q.
rtree Jfontts.... 2 00
0 MOHth- i 1 ' i . ., v . 4 ....(.y,. ,15
WEEKLY EDITION t
WklV, (i eoNMty) to advance. . . . .S2 00
OtUtheeowttv.pottpaid, 2 10
iiixJfontt - 1 00
XW Liberal BedtictioMjorOlMbt.
BLANKS, BILL-HEADS, t 1 M i
13 ; . ; , TAQ&. RECEIPTS, POSTERS, i Si 5T
pitoeiujafxs; hand-bills ,-.
J PA1LYHLET8, CtROVLARS, CHECKS, M, ,
GnARLOTTEi:N.;0.;TiltJKBtiY; JUNE I9V 1879. ' ' ' ,.; ' ,Np.:3,218.' :
-The murj Iwifc
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iVvJ III' I (ftVHl 1 (fmlftnirTnX Mil II 1 Ul i Pf4Tl Itl lilhV'fl THE OBSKRYEK JOB VEPAKtMEttT ?
ui ti I I iJ: so i 1 1$ j a
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S A L E
IUKGESS1 NICHOLS; '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
A Kull Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
L0UNGB9 ! r,
LOUNGES ! s
1 Lounges t
.; '. ! JiiOrfJi t't Hi-"
PARLOR AD CSASJuBtB StTTSt
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
COFFINrt of all kinds on hand.
No. B West Trams Strict.
CHARLOTTE, N. C
rine supply. ' '
Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
II R SKN N
II T U
V RRR ERJC
U RRR ER
URRB It N N TI
UR BR HI
T . U
UK K K
R IN RH
F. G. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
Next to PobToincx.
Mj- Slfick is TBry Lar, : and embraces a Full Une of
PARLOR, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
All Goods Packed Free of Charge I
ROCERIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
"NEW" FEATCRKS "
OmuJ foVKool, TrrSiaX cifl& Mo
lasses, ss4 ther Family Groceries.
Just neataed, a few barrels of Berry Foster's (Da
wieountr) BEST BTE WHISKEY. .
Also a fine let of Country Hams. I sell forcash.
AU good&4eUeed to the city free of charge.
c. 'rttifl X KiC- ii'TtaitoBtreel
ao IK. . - i
The BonrmolM and Minion tame on which this
paper mi lately rented. Jlwas made by . the old 1
Jonnson type foundry, oi mnadeipiiia, ana wan
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but on
ly because tt became necessary to use a different
style of trae. It will do rood service for several
reiui toeonw rfc wU be sold rnr krtftf ur Sw
chasers. aneltylTfdntrf tf t50 tOklOOOliaiwdtn).
wnuoui cases. Address
oct5 I ... .
Charlotte. N. C
That valuable property in this city known as the
Tannery of Alexander, Allen ft McBee. This Tan
nery is conveniently located, and has all the latest,
Bark and bides low and in abundance. .
' or particulars address 15
... A. ISAACS, Attorney
. . ... . . r... ... ureenvnio, a.
Maj9th,1879-Hllaw3mftw3m ;. ; ;
WELL IMPROVED ' V ; f
CITY PROPERTY FOR SAUL
,aa rt x'3-tit :
,Any person aeslrtng to purchase a well Improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
veniences, line well of water, brick kitchen, within
five minutes walk oi the public square, can be ac
commodated by applying at .
decl8 THIS OFFICE. '
I! i . i rr
We baf S lastf efcHed tea toti einres a nice
and full line of black, white and all the shades of
LACE SILK MITTS.
5 ; : . 5 i t I I (
Also a large lot of
CREPE LISSE RUFFLING
In black and white,
white Skin facing.
Also a fall line of black and
AJsq another lot of white
Ltinen ana victoria .Lawns.
Tou can get the White Bullion Fringe very cheap.
As the season : for Spring Goods Is passing, we
call attention to the fact that we are now selling a
nicely trimmed .. . . , ,
FOR ABOUT HALF ITS VALUE.
Also a nice line of
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Closing out very cheap, and many other lines of
goods at reduced prices. If any one Is in need of
They would do well to call and procure a lot of our
unlaundried shirts for less than the material can
Respectfully, V '
, , T. L. SEIGLE&CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon strCharlotte, N. C.
W. KAUFMAN 3i CO.
We have made the experiment of purchasing
stock so complete as to Include the latest noveltu
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
O O L
O O L
TTTT H H II NN N OGO
T H H II NN N G O
T HHH II N N N O
T H H II N NN G GG
T H H II N NN GGG
We invite public Inspection, and we are at all
times ready to give quotation of prices. Every
Srment which is sold at our house Is warranted to
as represented, and In price less than can be
bought elsewhere. We continue to sell
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
If I M i k -Cheaper
than any their house; as we did the past
season, and they have gamed the reputation of be
ing the best In the marks'. .
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 oar stock a complete line of
fine Felt, Stifl and Straw Hats; and any klndtof
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stock, as the cheapest
Can be had at
. W. KAUFMAN St OOi'S, ;
Comer Trifle andTryon Stsj,
Charlotte. N. C.
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, Nor. 10, '78.
8.45am J 6.55pm
8.20 am ( . , .
3 00 pm j 5.30 a m
5.25 pm 19.30 am
No. 2 Connects at Salisbury with W.N.C.R.R. for
all points In Western North Carolina, daily except
Sundays At Greensboro with R. & D. R. R. for all
poinu North. East and West -iAt oidsboro with
W. ft W. B, R. for Wilmington.
No. 4 Cormecte at Greensboro with R. ft D. R.
R. for all points North, East and West.
TBADfS GOING WK8T.
Date, Not. 10, '78.
Leave Goldsboro, 1 9.50 a m
l" -uaieign, is.oupm
. ftiihom I ft. 28 nm
Arrive Charlotte, 12.25 am 10.50 am
Wo lrvinnaitfa nV rJrAflnahnrn " with Salem
Branch, i At Charlotte with C, a A A. R. K for an -4
Dolnts South and South-west; at Air-iane juncuon
with A. ft C. A. lVBaUnad for all points South and
,i Vn aYwinMta at Sallahnrv with W. N. C. B. R.
tfally exeer Sunday. - At Alr-Llne Junction with
-A. ft c. A. U for all points South and South-west.
At Charlotte wnn x at. a. wniruwi wt
points South and South-est,;;? ,('. .;nw
Leave Greensboro; daily except Sunday, 8.50 p m
Arrive Salem ? ' " . J!SlA6ftPMv
Leave Salem?. V. :. " &46 ttttk
Arrive Greensboro,' " w : " J-4 m.
Connecting at lireensDoro wim trams uu "io n. a.
D. and N. cTRallroads. -
t 4 1 -SUtMMO CARS T.'ITHOUT CHANG! i li 1
t votil wiryfron Trains1 Nos. l and 2, between
New York and Atlanta via Richmond, Greensboro
Md Owrlotte. and both wars on Trains Nos. 8 and
4tweNew Yprk and Savannah la Rlchmon(U
Through Tiekesonsalrat Greensboro, Raleigh.
Goldsboro, Salisbury and Charlotte, ana at ail
principal points South, South-west, west. North
and OBast For Emigrant rates to points in Arkan-
fd TeMS'aWreM MAOnrRDO.
I Gen. Passenger Agent.
nov20 - Richmond Va.
rrvHE YORKYTLLE NEWS.
' AJT. . ; ,ujty!?.ffVil 4yV4 Al:.A' ;
The above will be the name of a weekly Demo-'
cratle newspaper, the publication of which will be
eominenced at an early day at YorkvlUe, a C, by
The NIWS Will D8 S gopa aavcnaBiim umuimiwi
uaston anu wunudwiu wuuu.., ..,.. , ,L
The price of subscription will fQf
Down in the eeb
Dark holes I keep. -
And there In the noontide I float and sleep
By the hemlock log,
Aad tha anrlnoinir lw. ....
Undthf aichlagIdeBllielncoi. 111
Bat oe4 montent I
i cheats Agteye;
For the hermit trout
Is not such a lout
As to be by a wading boy pulled out
King of the brook,
No Usher's hook
Fills me with dread of the sweaty cook;
But here I He
And laugh as they try;
Shall I bite, at their bait? No, no; not I.
But when the streams,
With moonlight beams,
Sparkle all silver and starligh t gleams,
Tnenf then look out - t . .-
Forthe hermit Wrtit; f.' J f J
For he springs and dimples the shallows about
While the tired angler dreams.
A young man whose girl lives some distance out
of town, says his Sunday night wack includes "two
There are 0,000,000 pairs of corsets made in
the United States annually, which may be taken as
some evidence of how much sqeezing the women
can stand before they seream. 1
What more precious offering can be laid upon
the altar of a man's heart than the first love of a
pure, earnest and affectionate girl, with an undi
vided Interest in eight corner lots and fourteen
A man was hanged for horse-stealing down in
Southwestern Missouri, last week, and Just before
he was swung oft he confessed that for nearly two
years he bad been addicted to wearing a liver pad.
"Tell me," exclaimed Dr. Mary Walker, '"how
would Venus have looked if she had worn corsets?"
Dear Mary, if she hadn't worn anything else she
would have looked ridiculous. Especially at an
evening party. Hawkeye.
Zach Chandler has had to draw another $20,
000 cheque In favor of bis daughter. Mrs. Eugene
Hale, who has had another baby. Mr. Chandler
sees financial ruin staring him In the face.
Senator Hill knew all of his recent speech until
he struck the Scriptural quotation; then he had to
consult authority. And Mr. Davis, in his recent
speech before the Mississippi Press Convention,
made Job says '-I believe my rtffsrHfeth," The
statesmen re certainly a little slack on Scripture.
The Washington correspondent of the Boston
ueraia says tnat a prominent memDer oi congress
Is killing himself with opium that his fits of ab
straction and depression amount almost to crazi-
ness. He should stick to the regulation Congres
sional tipple and let the drowsy syrups of the East
aione. , , ? . 4 - ,
One of the most successful base ball players In
Milwaukee is a black dog. Right field is his best
position. When the bail is struck the dog will
watch it. and with head erect bound on In the line
of the balL He Is so expert at the business that
ne win oe very orten at tne point where the nail
strikes the ground, and on the first or second
bound after it strikes will catch It and bring it
nacR 10 ine nrsi nase as soon as possiDie.
Detroit Free Press.
A conductor on the Michigan Central
road came across him the other day,
The train, coming east had just left
Jackson, when the man from Leadville
was discovered on the platform of the
rear car. lie seemed to have an object
in being out there instead of in the car,
but the conductor was deceived as to
his motive. Conductors rarely ever get
hold of the correct theory when they
find a man with a long neck and a lean
satchel sitting out on the rear plat
"Trying to beat my way great heav
ens! but how can j'ou .say that r re
plied the man from Leadville to the con
ductor's brief but Vigorous ' salutation
"Nosiree! I came out here for fresh
air. I've camped out so long that I'm
sick as a hoss the minit I feel a roof
over me. I'll be in in a minit and pay
my tare to Detroit, l m going up there
to engage seventeen hundred men to
return to Leadville with me.
The conductor suggested that he en
ter the car and pay his fare at once.
Michigan railroad conductors don't
seem to care a clamshell whether a pas
senger .hails from Lead Yille or Bung-
"Pay my fare at once of course 1
will?" replied the man from Leadville
The owner of the Huckleberry mine
wouldn t look very well trying' to beat
a one-track railroad out of three or four
dollars fare. I'll be in theie in just a
mimt lust as soon as the gnawsus
feelin of the stummick is kinder gone
You d better go in and git change lor a
five hundred, dollar bill, so as not
to detain me. ;
The conductor went back through the
cars and returned. The owner of the
Huckleberry mine was no longer on the
piatlorm, but was sound asieep in me
center of one of the coaches.
Pay mv fare I he shouted, as the con
ductor gave him a vigorous shaking up,
"Do you charge me double fare because
I own the biggest and richest silver
mind in Leadville ?, Am, I ; to be im
posed? n 5 because I am about to engage
inirteen nunureu lauuieis m -lhjhujl, hi
two dollars a day per man i
MI want your fare," said the conduc
"Want it twice over?"
"You .haven't paid, youi; fare yet,
but yon must or X shall put you offtthe
"I aDPeal to mv fellow-passengers, 1
doT exclaimed the man from Lead
ville; "even if I do own, the Huckle
berry mine, and a half interest in the
Short-cake, I'm not to be swindled !
"I eive Vou one quarter of a minute
to pay your fare!" said the conductor, as
he reached for the bell rope.
"I'll pay," replied the man after a few
seconds "I'll pay now, and sue the
comDanv when we reach Detroit I'll
have to ay ypu ip. silver; bars, as Lam
short of cold coin and greenbacks.
He fisjled, up iiia old, satchel,, took
a dive and a scramble he fished up two
old paper collars, the remains of a shoe
brush, and an old darning needle uireaq
ed with a foot or two of string.
fCome! I'm in a hurry," said the cTJxV
&QPo i.uis. , ,M-?X " 1!"-
viHe. tarning-the-tld satchel wrong
,The tfainwAs stoi)ped ahdne was or
dered to. alight.. . . He- - looked . from .the
pig brakeman to the conductor and sorrowfully-
remarkedtjr i. , -. .. :
bed. insulted and abused, and I want to
sit down jn a togand think it-over and.
planmyreVeiige? vrh0- owherof the;
.HiiftTtlebierrv miuiB can't 1 be LsteDtied 6fi
fWithumpuaity, and you 'hear mel
The train etaned. as: xne lasi, car
reached uhim ! ihe Huckleberry: made a
f;raKorr.tbe, patforinvi missed tha rau-
nsi nd the last seen of him - his "feet'
were iwinaiiig.vuvvJB . nie.uM-Ti ujica
of a "aflslde stwam6.-He had gofealift
of fifteenmites, and; was doubtless per:
. ' 1.-13 J . i"... .KilU 1I ' .r.Ml
; ... rropf etsof an Ai'JonriiiBt..iiaoyS'J
-i "v.j.lKi.' K lialf.n iuo MtVl.it t
iwasiurxtpn, wpuoucaq,, yw.j .-awii
drags its '.btisinesa' al$pdoes7ot;give
muctt proniisetAf .an-;adjouimentitIns
weekvlndeedvii if sets away by ath
1st of July it will have, to find a spring
not yet touched that i will giye to im-
pulse to lts aciion.
CHEW JACKSON 8 BEST SWEET NA fT
1 5 - :Homn&E 1 suafksv'&'C1 ' - '
ft;!! 4 bJ'-'vy" l-i h-HZi'jhU' Qlh H-vm i
in tlnarmed Man Shot to Death wkh a, PistoL
Spedal totbe CIestonKews jan4.'Cnirier.
Cutchen, a yotiisg whitjTnair about 21 ;
years ctf e,-iired' t&ia morning from
the effects of,$ve wounds Inllicted with
a pistol by JallRoggers, also while, and
about 24: years of ae. Both men are
of very respectable (families,, and be-
came luvwtveu-iii ,b4uo uimcuiiy, me
nature of whicli js not stated, about a
year agWf ,'The history iOf, tha shooting
On . Saturday last. liodgera sent Mc-
Cutclien word that . he was. coming ,to
the base ball clvb, of which. MeCutchen
was a member, baturdayi to whip or
kill him- After playing the game. Me
Cutchen started for some water, the
well being one hundred and fifty : yards
off. When hegas. jeturaing, and was
aboujtshalf way, jbetween the $ well and
the base bali ground, accompanied by
Mr. Tom Hatcher, He was Diets by Hod
gers,, who said that he wanted a word
with him. Hatcher, walked on a short
distance. MeCutchen said toBodgers:
"I am informed that .jo4i-,mtend to
whip or kill me to-day, and that you
say that you backed me out a year ago,
and I have given it the lie, and now re
iterate it, and, as these threats have
been made by you, there is no better
time than this to fight it out." Rodgers
said: "I won't fight 'fpu." MeCutchen
having started off; Kodgers said: "I
will fight jrou and! started fo prill off
his coat. MeCutcheri pulled, off his coat,
and while in. the act of laying it on the
ground was fired upon by Rodgers, the
shot taking effect in the left arm. Me
Cutchen advanced and seized the bar
rel of the pistol and had a tussel with
Rodgers. "Rodgers, succeeding in "wrest
ing the pistol from McCutchen's grasp,
shot him the thigh. MeCutchen fell over
catching with his hands, on his knees,
at which time Rodgers fired again, the
shot entering the lower portion of the
stomach. MeCutchen dropped to the
ground, and two shots more were fired,
only" one of which took effect. Rodgers
was then arrested and placed in charge
of three gentlemen, but quite mysteri
ously, is not to be found. ;
... i. .. BJSjB. i in
A fi learn of Reason.
LPhiJadelphia Times, Ind.J ..
A little-gleam 6t reason seeihs to have,
broken tn upon the. President . thtQugh
the windows of the treasury a depart
ment. Notwithstanding; th clap-trap
aectaniaiion pi xwaine ,m tut? DeimB,
declaring thei legislative aDDrooriatLon
bill utterly unintelligible the head of
the warrant division of ,the treasury has
reported that there canDe no dithculty
in executing the provisions of tjie bill,
and Secretary German has resented
the imputations upon the intelligence
of his subordinates; by declaring that
the auditing officers can readilv under
stand and obey the orders of Congress.
Some one, or some counsels, wiser than
the senatorial revolutionary cabal, have
noted the attitude into which the ad
ministration has recently been forced
by the madness of those who seem to
hatft Dublic tranauilitv and Drosoeritv
as implacably as they hate Hayes for
once having promised to be more patri
otic and faithful than his party leaders,
and it is given out that the legislative
bill is to be signed. Next follows an in-
timalion that the army bill, will be ap
proved, notwithstanding the caucus
mandate for a veto from the revolu
tionists, and now but one thing more is
needed to save the administration and
the country from, mutual embarrass
ment that is the approval of the judi
cial bill. Common sense seems to have
made some headway in and about the
administration within the last forty
eight hours, and we are not entirely
without hope that the President and
his advisers may decide to do right, if
not for the sake of the right, then for
the sake ol the party and the country,
" Dow n Finr "
Detroit Free Press.1 ...
"Get your tickets, at the wagon!"
screamed the doorkeeper of the circus
yesterday to a young man with a girl
on his arm, who had a handful of small
change. "This is the third time you
have come here- without tickets, when
von khOw I can't take monev"
The young man and his girl fell back,
and as they did not go near the -wagon,
and yet. seemed very anxious to see the
circus, a curious-minded citizen edged
around and inquired of thie young man :
"Why don t you buy tickets u yini
"'Cause I'm short f was the whisper
ed replyi "I didn't 'low enough for in
cidentals when I was figgering on the
cost of this thing, but I don't want the
gal to know it!"
"How much are you short ?.'
"Only five cents. I figgered that ten
shillings would pay all expenses, but I
got lett, We spent ten cents for pea
nuts, ten cents on the street cars and
five in candy. X had just a dollar left
to pay our way in,, when the girl got a
peanut shuck in her throat, and I had
to buy a glass of lemonade to wash it
down, Didn't do it, though, till I had
pounded her on the back more'n fifty
times and tried to pull one of them fire
hydrants up by the roots P
- 'Til lend you five cents to make up
yout' dollar, said the citizen.
' "Zott win? By. gosh I : but that lets me
out i I'd made up my mind to tell the
gal tiiat ttie tigers had got loose and. the
hyena& had tun v mad . but she's longheaded-
and might not have believed it.
1 Thankee, sir, and the fust time I'm in
town I'll pay it back, ' llahg it! I orter
figgered on Jeven shillings 'stead of ten,
bu you!ve: made ; me 'happy for life!
"Come, Bets!" -.-v.-v.-.-a : .
Mcllahon, if Ohio.
Washrnston Correspondence Augusta Chronicle.
In the final debate on the passage of
the army and judiciary" bills, Mr. Mc
Mahon, of Ohio, specially distinguished
himself. He is the sharpest man in the
House. Seldom going tft tlve front, and
onlv on great occasions, he never fails
f ft cany off the lienors of war and the
scalps oi his adversaries.- lie is a sien
dpr man; tlie half-brother of Mrs. Val-:
Janc)iiigham, about 50 years of age, daik
Compiexion, and, for so sarcastic w. w
son, the best poised individual I know
'Of. As the more adventurous Repub-
ilipaiisjicamp to the attack, he received
them with perfect unconcern, and, with
lev deliberation, impaled them. From
, Conger., dpwn the stalwarts are afraid
OI UinV-anu wen wiey may oe, ior ni
tdngue ,is sharper than a sword, aud. his
Satire ts" equivalent to a call uixn the
. ri-tt ' ft
' t -m
(f .Republicans in a Trap.. . .4mxnf
IptrllJl ..a(' iiaam 4-A linifA AAnivli.
the ReDublicans unawares, since they
have used in the army bill almost the
-exact, words employed by the President'
in his -veto message as being the correct"-
ed pnnciDle, and he can-scarcely npw,
afford to disavow, thefii. notwithstand
ing iiis general eccentricity regarding
We will make a clearing sale of a large lot of Fine Dress Shirts worth $2.00 last season, now to be closed out at ONE DOLLAR. They are of New York
Mills Muslin, and Linen 2200 fine, but from carrying hi stock the muslin has become a little yellow, though in no way Injuring the perfection of the
Shirt, but we have adopted exclusively the King Patent Sleeve Adjustable Shirt, and for this reason propose closing out our former line at a sacrifice. It is
the one grand opportunity of the season for a genuine bargain, arid we Invite our friends to an immediate Inspection.
IX PTXK, WHITE AND BLUE.
VARIOUS SHADES OF LACES FOR TRIMMING OF BUNTINGS.
Also a new lot of Ladies' TTatF.
A Beautiful Assortment of
LADIES' WHITE AND BLACK LACE SCARFS,
Black and Colored Silk Mits, Silk Fringes, Bretonne and Torchon Laces,
Kid Gloves in every shade and variety of Prices. Linen and Cotton Lawns in white and figured.
A Splendid Assortment in all kinds of Dress Goods. Another lxt of the most Fashionable Millinery has been
Added to this Department.
LOW PRICES AND SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AT
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH'S.
Our 87.50 Cheviot Suit sells now for $6.50. Cur 812.E0 English Tweed Suit sells now fcr 10. Our $1 8 and $20 French and English Casslmere Sack
and Frock Suits sell now at one uniform price, $16.50. Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re
Unlaundried shirta for 50 rents. The very best made in the United States for $1.00 Linen Collars $2.00 rer dozen, and all goods In proportion. Call
and See before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of lew prices. j
June 1, 1S79. L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freicht received at ai
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, 4c, apply
April 30 d5m.
llcSiafOD HUDl(DtDE, CI4KL01 TE, S. .
v TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
nSii.'S -liar : !-. . i.; .1 f
m 1 T A -1 1
f 30li -J9ifr!SiflIfBOf-
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE
ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
MONDAY, 16th INSTANT,
.TUST RECEIVED, A FULL LINE OF
-ALSO A LINE OF-
C A. JNT O P I E
hour of the day, and Through Bills
r to either of the undersigned.
K S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
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F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
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