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SUBStelTTION JUTES ,
Eat been thoroughly xUpptSEll toith aery neeOta-
Dativ. one war, (dst-paid) t advance.
leant, and vrith the Lateei Stylet f Type.
manner & Job Work can note bedomwakt
urtth the Latett8tytetf Type, mnatMry
A ana cneapnett.-
We em tumith, ett Short
One Month.., ... 1 . A ......
blasks, bill-heads; ix. .v i
u i TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS, ( - . m
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, dO. ,
KLF EDITION :
Weekly, (in the eouUy) id advance. .
. a 10
. 1 00
Out of the county, jpetpaid,. .
,CHARLOaiMy JUNE 27, 1879.
Six Month 1 . . . . ...... . . . .'
Liberal Retyctkmsjor CUtb.
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WH0LFALK AND HKT1IL
ALL KINDS OF
We bavA Inst received by a late exoress a bite
and full line of blade, white and all the shades of
LACE SILK MITTS.
Also a large lot of
nature's reason i
rrent of me" Ares,
CREPE LISSE RUFFLIIIB
Kult Line of
CIIEAP BEDSTEADS t
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
in black: and white.' Also a full Una of black and
white Skirt Facing. ' Also another lot oi white
Linen and Victoria Lawn.
Tou can get the White Bullion Fringe very cheap
An the season for SDrhur Goods Is passing, we
call attention to the fact that we are now selling a
nicely trimmed p 3 , : -
FOR ABOUT HALF ITS VALUE.
Also a Btoe-Hae of
pTnr ThA Obsftrver.
Katnre'i Teachlags. "
Has spelled out God's manifold attributes; .
The letters were so plain that he who ran
Could read these bis never fading tributes.
idb th mountala lifting Its giant beadt id
f And the cataract leaping to ita fate.f
un uw rocKS, man nas nature's lessons resa
. In the swfft flowine current
xne moving waters Deneain reversal,
And mirror of that above, nature cries,
In thunder's loud peal the lightnings bright flames
The fierce, sudden whirlwind sweeping a path
Of desolation, nature but proclaims
That God to wrath, .
In fertile valleys watered by rivers,
'Or Ulaing brooks, nature r Wiry! ng mofdf -Is
generous, and he'sofily whispers f ? . -That
God Is good.
When nature touches with her fingers light
Hills, valleys, meadows, lakes and clouds above
Bathing all in sunshine, she does but write
That God Js love. ) i"
A New Hamnshire candidate for office being in
an election revenged himself on the people who
defeated htm by starting a banjo-factory In their
midst Boston Poet, i ,a ; .
k Darishloner of a Berkshire pastor was askad
what the color of the pastor's eyes was. He didn't
really knew "for." he said, "when he prays his
eyes are shut, and when he preaches mine are.
A Troy factory turns out about three million doz
en of men's collars in a year, not one of which
will stand up to its work properly tnrougn a not
summers day. A . O, Picayune.
Archery is a verr pretty and healthful exercise
for the fair sex. but when a cross-eyed girl alms at
the target even the cows in the distant pasture ele
vate their tails and get out of the way of danger.
Go you to the polls and see the crowd there as-
PARLOR AND CHAMBER BUTTS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. R West Tradk Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Closing out very cheap, and many other lines of
goods at reduced prices. If any one Is hi need of
They would do well to call and procure a lot of our
unlaundried shirts for less than the material can
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
sembled answering to the titles pf "general," "c
onelf""maJor" and "captain' ' Then say no m
The Caniure4 Murferer MTemeit
ime 24. -Chastine Cosvalias
Francis, the murderer of If is. IIuU, was
morningr and. placed in .i 'cell Jn the
basement of the city ball tQ, await the
arrival of Capt'UHarns,' of ' the STew
York police. 'He" waivea the formality
of a reauisitidlo'i'arid retnms. to New5
x otK .voluntarily,, xuts xorenoon n
was 'taken to Black's and photograph'
ed. A large crowd followed him, to
and from -the city iialL. and the base
ment of the hall for a couple of hours
was pretty .well filled by a crowd whose
desire to gaze upon Cox was not gratis
fled. Cox since his arrest, has tola, the
officers thkt he 'had , no idea that Mrs.
Hull was dead until twenty-four hours
This jnorning Cox gave' the officers a
minute description of how the murder
was committed, saying that he smoth
ered Mrs. Hall with his hands, and de
claring that he did not .intend "to kill
her. He said that he had pawned the
diamond ring at Cohen's, at the corner
of Greene and Pitt streets, and upon
the description given the inspector !bf
pawnbrokers went 'to Cohen's and pro
cured the ' ring. Mr. Sternberger; the
pawnbroker, subsequently visited Cox,
and he identified him as the man who
had pawned the ,cameo set of jewelry
which led tQithe arrest ; In, conversing
with spedalpfficerWood, Cox said: "I
don't want mih JWther to know any
thing about this until after I am hung."
Mr. Wood, repedi-Peiiaps you won't
be hung. There- may be a chance of
your being sentenced to the State's
prison for life." Cox said; , aI would
rather be hung ihan ta.Jt)e shut up all
my life, and when the time comes send
my things to mother."
Cox appears nervous, apparently re
alizing the terrible position in which
he is placed. To ordinary observers it
appears as tnougn fie naa lost neart,
and was resigned to the worst. On
Tuesday last the officers who were on
his track learned that he was down to
Revere Beach, and a detective was sent
there to apprehend him, but the bird
had flown. On Wednesday, Cox went
to New York, and among other places
visitea a dance-house on iileeker street
and gave one of the inmateB, a colored
girl, a diamond ring belonging to Mrs.
Hull, which he pawned1 and returned
the money to him. This morning1 Wood
telegraphed the fact to Capt. Williams,
Cox having told him where the ring
was and the girl eouldise found, and in
a few hours received answer that the
ring had been procured and the girl lock
ed up, awaiting the arrival of Cox. On
Friday he returned to Boston, thinking
that Boston was a secure hiding-place,
and. as he has since told the officers,
that not once a suspicion crossed his
mind that he was in danger of being
Earlv this morniner Serereant Knowles.
Inspector Leggett and Officer Wood vis
ited the prisoners room, jno. 14 JNortn
Grove street where they found two
trunks one of them a large traveling
trunk, marked on the top "F. A. Pat
mov. 90 Madison avenue, and on the
end " Emma Archer. Richmond, Ya
There was also a large black leather
valise contaming an assortment of gen
tleman s underwear, kc, ana carpet
bag containing a kit of upholsterer's
tools. An umbrella and a fancy cane
completed his outfit. :rhe trunks held
a large quantity of clothing of the fin
est materials, some of which had evi
dently been rebently purchased.
Cox says when he was in the room
of Mrs. Hull she awoke, and recogniz
ing the peril she was in, exclaimed,
"Whatever you do, don't kill me." He
then placed, his left hand over her
mouth, she struggling all the time to
release herself. Finally she became
auiet. he holding her firmly all the time.
and, taking the sheet in his right hand,
he tore it with his teeth into strips. He
placed one end of the sheet over her
mouth, and then proceeded to Dind her,
as her body was afterwards found. His
object in tying her . to the bed was be
cause he feared she might manage to
roll oft on the floor ana thereby make a
noise whichwould arouse Some of the
innates of the houseT.i He aaysihe had,
no idea that, he- was exercising violence;
mctefit to caue death, or even that
serious results woMld-follow ihe affair
Aly this juncture he did not have the
least idea that the woman was going to
die. After tying ier feet he lighted ii,
piece ot candle He- Happened to nave in
his pocket. He returned to the kitchen,,
where he got possession of the watch,.
and subsequently ; touhd tne rest ot the
jewelry in the bureau drawers and in
the bed-ehambe&!r w-his return to the
chamber. findiBfirMr&'lIuU breathing
hard, he became frightened, and seizing
the boj$l of- cologne poured;' c-
tents.ovejE.nei. race.-; ja.s,ene coacinuea
to breathe hard he dashed a pitcher df
water over her person1. Wheri'he was
searching ;f or- he Hewelryt1 he 'TWent
thmnon-inw ironic Miiflis' victim, ana
after Dounhg Wkteif over her face, hast-
" i m. X .1 . 1 ? I , t 1 fi
iiv tiea dv tne iront. aoor. wnicn ne ieii
inge thepoor .wofnJrid pUrtherihat
Sttcli'a thought rrfevBnTerwMsriiftd
On leaving the house neTeturnea to lis
the imates knoiwi4EjiHfta3wcittrank
inff aBOii.5 ieitarafc mkiumh iot uie
murder, he saysiwaBJoff herriext1 &m,
Twripnj Tiding rort'MirEeiffth-avenue itar.
thtirff er TOmarKfjfff- w nat lerriDie
I see that Mrs. Hull-hjjeixobbeii
ihitnfi fttwi Hftf eft? a itttre'was' fbatninff J
After leaving the diver he went Titrtq
1 a i.
tar Ladies' and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
W. KAUFMAN & CO.
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E. fl. ROGERS' WAREROOMS,
about there being no such thing as military lnter-
lerenca with elections. jsos. irons.
One of the old blue laws of Connecticut said
"No one shall run on the Sabbath day except rev
erently." Imagine & man. Just out of church pur
suing a nying nat reverently Deiore a nigawina,
and In the presence of an Interested congregation.
Probably no man so fully realizes the holiowness
oi iiie and human amoiuon as tne man wno laaies
a teaspoonful of new-laid horseradish Into his
mouth, under the impression that it is ice cream.
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Dr. Carv, formerly of Macon, Ga., lat
terly book-keeper for W. H. Howard &
Son. Augusta, dropped dead of heart
disease, at the Central Hotel in the lat
ter place -Wednesday.
Gov. Hollidav. of Virginia. has remov
ed the political disabilities of Robert C.
Uuld, sentenced to jail in Buckingham
county for shooting W. M. Saunders.
Y oung Ould is a son or Judge Kooert
Ould, of Richmond.
Bishop Thomas U. Dudley has been
elected chaplain of a military organiza
tion in Louisville, Ky. In a letter ac
cepting tne position, .Bishop Dudley
writes : "Tell the company if they are
sent to war, which God forbid, I will go
Ex-Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania, ex
presses the opinion that the Democratic
Presidential nomination will be secured
y either Bayard, Tilden: or Thurman,
whilst his opinion is that either "Grant
or Sherman will be the choice of the
The Alexandria (Ya.) Gazette says:
"It is reported that the Page County
Bank of Virginia, at Luray, Page coun
ty, suspended payment on the 20th inst.
The bank is a State bank, with a capital
stock of $10,000. H. J. SmooL president,
and B. F. Gravson, Sr., cashier. The lia
bilities and assets are not given
Over 500 citizens of Winona, Miss,,
Cheaper than any other house, as we did the past headedea Dy a band or music, greeted
season, and they nave gained we reputation oi ow
ing the best In the marke
e present this season to the consumer a nne
We have made the experiment of purchasine
stock so complete as to Include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's
OO TTTT H H II NN N
OOL OO T HHIINNN
O L O O T HHHIINNN
OOL OO T fignKNN
OOO LLLL OO T O. U. II I HI
We invite Dubllc Inspection, and we are at all
Ume8 ready to give quotation of prices. ; Every
xment wnicn is sold at our nouse is warrantea w
i as represented, and in price less than can be
bought elsewhere, we continue .o sen
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
NXXT TO POSTOFFICB.
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, Soft and Straw Hats, and: any kind Of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase
before you examine our stoctc, as tne cheapest ,
My Stock Is very Lar, and embraces a Full L,lne of Can be had at
W. KAUFMAN 4 CO.'S,
Corner Trvde and Tryon Sts.,
Charlotte. N. C.
PAkLOK, CHAMBER, DINING ROO
All Goods Packed Free of Charge:
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Bottled lager Bm
ALE AND.tOTER,; S;:';;;;';;'L. '
Is comer trade and Boundary Avenue, . pfcHsjfcred
to any part of the city, free of charge forl.00 peri
doaen. '' - '; v':" .1 '. . .
BOCXRIES CHEAPER THAN EVER.
. '!"; r'?-. ' ' - ' '
NEW GOODS I
AU orderaleft at John
celve prompt attention.
Senator Lamar as he passed down to
Brookhaven Monday night The train
made a short delay, during which Sena
tor Lamar addressed the assemblage. A
large transparency was erected on the
piatrorm, on wnicn was liisunoeu, ia-
raar, the fcsouths ueienaer Against
Edwin Booth desires that Gray, the luna
tic Who shot at him, shall be keptsecure-
ly in the asylum. WI trust Gray rriaf be
come gray indeed," he says, in kind but
careful confinement, or, if earlier re
leased, that his exit may be from this
earthly stage of his dramatic exploits to
that celestial scene where idiots ceasei
from shootina and actors are at rest. If
he be "ever again at liberty, my own life
1 shall not value worth a rush,
The Fall River (Mass.) spinners held
a council Tuesdav'nfghtbn the question
oil ji ; t liJ XV.-. .m
oi tne aavisaumiy ul mb, .xiuuuca mj.
SLflKe 111 Lilt! VilllUUO mills w ici uiiiiaTO
ar, the same 1 times;-' ! " It was hnaily voted
, to inaugurate a strike Wednesday in
every mill in the city except the Meta-.
comet and Ana wan. -in iuiese imus
notice was not given as early as in the
others, and the spinners will work there
a day or two longer, nntit the tenr days'
notice expires. It is understood that nos
strike takes place at, tue vngiriliuH)
LTbere is Bald Ca baa ichftftcethatUe!
manufacturers may yield, out there is so
far not the slightest indication of it.
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Sanitary Condition of Souther n ti?
. MempbsssTenn June 24Tr0ffiekrei
poi-ta to the agent nf the..Wpa,t,prn
ciated .tress, at memyins,. isuui
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NDERTASlNa ' ; -; -
Come tome for Baoon,,Com, Sugar. .Coffee, Mo
lasseii,hd UKeiFaarll Gyoeriei i-iA T
ust feeeiveo, a rew oarremvi dcitj wr a
. s t: t
- Tbunderignedlnow prepared to fiU .ul orders
for every class of UndrtoMny-flavtegoa hand
fiifl aOAVrmAM! AT
Aim a fine lot of Country Hams. I sell lor cash..
AH goods MUm fITN
-. . " - Trade Street
. , Next door below Wilson 4 Black's old stand.
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL .CASES,
f . ii i
TheBongMlM4h3flBVd ItypfOti whtoh thte
paper was lately pnniea. m wm bub
Johnsoa-type iindTji, of 'PtilxdelphlMi, iod jwa
not discarded because no longer fit for use, but on
ly because It became .neoessar to ae a .deferent
atvi nf tma it win da mod service for several
jeWt corner BwittbeaoW ta'vMtaele ant -puiv
ihasera. and In fonU of 60 to l.OWtwlth or r
HUCBS AS UWvAS
Arises rmVrnheer If BBred; '
AS LftWvAS ANT
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Charlotte. N. C.
w M wiLMELg.
rA. With Hoglrs,Tiv PtreeU
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I mimic r i i. 1 J . ,,' -.t . I' inn.
.HE YORXlLLEWEWa fl$&f?
That MinaUa nMvnAio in ttiiii dtv known as the
v& : . .11 ,k. i "t"""'- -.-r: .,.,, - ,uia; kill ha
iryeonvenJenuyiocaieaiiauuua "'- crat: aevv.Niper, iaew"lv"Zrtifr hr
mprovea macmnery. - :- - - . eonmenwauwcwij ""y"."" . r' '
for particulars address - -v-i , vThe Nwa will be a JffMf
' u ' " ilfjtor jllexander, Allen & McBee.-. a targe circulation in the counties oi
TrrTT. envllle. S. C. I S?!r S riwba: North CaroHaav
.rii. iivratuyiomMtii H i' j a M'j O I, ti.. t ihHntlai will ibe pet annum.
May 9th, 1 879 dleod3mw3iA
yttbFKRft FOR SALE.
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i FEE SIMPLE DEEDS
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lnwmnn rialrin to immhAM a WCH JmprOVeO
Clty Lot, House with nine rooms, and modern con
enleiMes. flneWl of watery brick Wtcheawlthto
nve minutes waia or tas- puouc auuiuv,
-Bommoaatedw applying THIS OFFICE.
; ; x most appro vEDJfOBar.
4 ti nat prhited "t&&rbii fifb4'7ia
OBSERVER 0FFICEI ,
heath of the following cities and towns 3
MemphisVtoksbajgQ Jackson, Miss, i
Canton, M&sJ BhteverjoWBa, CollieH
ville, Tenn.; Hickman, Ky,; Grenada,
Miss.; Helena, Ark.; Holly Springs
Miss.; Decatur, Ala.; Tuscumbia, Ala.
all bearing the date of June 20, bring!
the gratifying intelligence that in nonej
of the places mentioned has the present
health outlook been more favoraole. In
no instance has there been any indica4
tirm a nf ft rfitnrn of vellow fever. BW
'l-flTo roor ni-evaila and fiverv prevention;
that sanitary regulations ean suggest
has been accompfliBtbwards prevent
ing a recurrence of last year's epidemic.
QuaEaatimeregulationhave ben estab
lished, ready to be enforced should exi-
fqr Tif.) rm r i
Beecner o Moderate Drinkers.
Soeclal to Bal timbre Amertean.
m-wryTrttic June 23. Henry ward
Ahr fthfodriasWke' before a;
jrathftrinsr of businessmen m the dm-
fng room of Carte's Hotel, at Canal and
rtanrxft streets, in encouragementtof
mnwration in drinking. Hrsaddress
wag fflfja-aatrt.ieuljy stirring; anaamu
ilf3L-elicrYWBrF5t4A theirs! place,
ftftA drink at all. but if to become to
tn.l ahatAinfira t.hev Ch'OSS to DUrSUB the
path of-nvoderation, whichwaSi indeed
temperance, to ue mouerawj mm a nm.
The addresS'asaoudlylapplauded, and
or it was over a number oL business
tnxiojiftnsr iieTfiiesta J&usinespihourp
ehich is thewlute. E,JAf
tyand others signed thtf ledge1 not-tr
drink atthxpens,5f another person,!
or to invite another person tor dnnk;
WhiCH W the PWe pledge oi tne society;
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BEGINS TQ-DA Y
- Our celebrated Job Counter appears before the public, and upon It we place an broken lots and odd sizes to be closed out at a heavy sacrifice. Our
stock of all wool Cassimere Pants, ranging from $2.50, $3.25 and S3: will be closed without reserve at $2. Our $3.50, $3.75, $4, $4.25 and $450 Cas
simere Pants at $3. .Oar $5, $5.50, $6 and $6.50 Cassimere Pants In unlimited variety and beautiful in design of style and character of texture, are
dearrng out at one uniform price, $4. ' ' " j , . , n ' ' . "
Tremendous orash In prices in order te clear ont our Summer Stock. A clean and thorough sweep will be made in Cassimere Suits, and when tae
lots are small and sizes are broken they are to be closed at less than the value ot their raw material. , ' " . JJ,'
One lot of stylish, Cheviot Frock Suits joiioed;fr4m'lSO-loe"'at ST.50Tt assortment ot Sack and Frock Suits ranging from $14,
$15 $Itt'TbTT.' are Closing at $10. A splendid .variety of . stylish and attractive Cheviots and Spring Buttings iiu latest designs, sold readily
throughout the season at $15, $16 $17.50, $18 and $20, "will be cleared uniformly at $12.50. , . '
A large lot of fine White Linen Duck-Vesta worth $2,50 and $3 last season are now to be disposed of at $1. .
Many other lines reduced In the same proportion. We cannot give a full description, as want of space prevents, but we never makeany promises
we cannot fulfill. We are determined to clear out our Spring Stock, and know of but one way to accomplish this result rapidly and effectually, and
that is to reduce the price to such a point that it compels the public to purchase where they can economize best We prefer to convert our stock
Into cash, and open each season with the newest designs in fabrics, and increase the solid reputation we have already achieved as being Head
quarters for novel styles and reliable goods." m fi 7
Jtememoer lae nrsi comers secure, me ue.si seietaioiiw, mm uui jou vAuicr smum anaiuug jum ihiliuiuhi.
June26. :r; ,,. : . ,, Kespectruiiy,
SSiiJV nwiu waw av(uu.vb;
err and diarrhoea.'whether
or other causes. Ai aldndi
arising from teeth
K D. LATTA A BRO.
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GRAND -.OPPORTUNITY !
HEAVY REDUCTION IN PRICES OF CLOTHING.
rnntAinnlafinor Anlarorinor mir r".lfithio- tlpnnrtmpnt. as WAll ftS Olir Clothin? trade, for which DlU'DOSe 1W6 Will build in
our ?tore a spacious floor, and with a view of opening this new department the coming season with an entirely new, large
and desirable stock, we will offer for the next 30 days our entire stock of Clothing at such prices as will not fail to at
200 PAIRS FINE ALL WOOL CASSIMERE PANTS,
Worth from $5 to $7, at $2.15, $3.00 and $3.50.
100 FINE SUITS,
Worth from $7.50 to $20.00, at $5, $6, $7, $8, $9 and $10.
50 DOZEN UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS,
'5 Cents, formerly sold at 85c. and $1.00.
CALL EARLY AND SECURE A BARGAIN FROM
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCII.
Our $7.50 Cheviot Suit sens mow for $6.50. Our $12 50 English Tweed Suit sells now fcr $1 0. Our $1 8 and $20 French and English Cassimere 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 shirts tor 50 cents. The very best made In the United States for $1 .00 Linen Collars $2.00 per dozen, and all goods In proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of low prices.
June 1,1879. . L. BERW ANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
YmlStkrhWs io IVrtsmou Cars, Enabling Quick-
NO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lading Issued at Steamship Wharves or offl.
ces of the Line. For information as to Tariff, Schedules, Ac, apply to either of the undersigned. - ,
2.uViiX CS--, ' " K.'S.MNCH7;South Western Agent, ) '
t't) ' r! . i.'., V '- : ; ; i ' ; . Ti T. SMITH Agent C.C. Railway, f Charlotte, N. C.
' AprajSOSroJj,, ;' j..;,.,;.: " . , j-. . .F..WCLARKGenieVal;Freight Agent, ) -' " "
J-tfirBtBETJN INSURANCE BUILDING.
tivesp kite? gaidtieiilKtiotiiaayetos tookj
iThursday ioiwwigs xne moraer.eacu
itig hereTridlg 4rning;M He .re$tjrrj
ed to -New' York MlteL his things at hiss
boarding-house, on, the, following Mon-
dav. and while oh his way to ins old
lAdoinmj tiassed the New York deteO'
on Friday last The officers toayrei
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covered at tne pawasnopor one wjubu
No. 17 Gi-cen street; a diamond ring;
the liiiil mansion and
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pawned by "CoxCptiniarflfti
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conTCssion made in Boston lastevemng
WfVr. the murderer of Mrs. HtilOtte!
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