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OH AttTX)TTE.! ft. :Om TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12;, 1882.
1 .... .. A, . JJS..J J. , S? i
FALL and WINTER
Valises I Traveling.
IS KOW COMPLETE.
It uas been .elect with nnusuricare to tne
waatsotthe Trade, and to 0,6
BB3T eOODS MlNUFACTUaBD-
SEOFS AND SUFFERS
A specialty. Our stock of
Trunks, Yalises and
IS LABGE AND VABIED.
WHEM YCU AJE OUT LOOKING FOHTj
GOING OF IJV 'THiT F,
'. " ' CALL IN MTHa 811 ;
III oa can't llnd something in oar noose enea
enough to buy.
We do not offer all oar Stock st Cost, but
will sell jou a great many Goods cneap,an4 if you
wUlCOMPABKOOOIWandPRICSa mtbiak ite'
can CONVINCE YOU thU we wUl
SElI IbODS CHIEAPi
j T ( :. If? m i
r Oar Stock XMAS GOODS Is eomlng ln
?ery day, and when yoa want somethln hand
some Ut a XJdAS PIESKfK "CaHtand see oar
Stock and yoa' wtaBnd GOODS'1 ind PfilCXS
OMPJSKO OF TBI
Best Brands aid Latest Styles of
SILK, STIFF AND PIT.
Call and y Hi Old Xatabllabed Bonaa ol
METHODISTS IN CONFERENCE,
Proceedings ol tke tum ana -utu
New and Obserrer. . . f ?"
- Bishop Keener called the conf eai6e
to order promptly at 9 o'clock and the
session was opened ith reUKious ser
vices conducted by Rev T Page BfeuwL
OA ttiotioir of Yates the calhnf? pi
the roll was dispensed with. The jour
nal ot Thursday was then read and apv
Thecommittee on education mi&f t
report nominating O W Carr and
Fecree.ot Randolph eotyiyflaJ
tesoTri?ity College. Therjport
was adopted and the BSffiE8
confirmed. Iso from the gg
mittee a rep5rt nominating the env
. inAmm r,tM of the conierence
j. .u h nail uikou""i
Sdoptedacon Utution. The object of
!he board is to assist the parent board
in loSkina after all the interests of
Conference. Rev V A. ; 'was
elected President of 4;he Board. - ,
Bishop Keeper spoke brjejfly oti the
subject of chujeh extnsion showing
the?greatlmportanceof this' new fea
t.nrA in thfi Southern connection. ,He
cased m building churches m Mexico
and that its operations would soon be
extended tdChiha. He paidiJa hand
some compliment to pr- Mortbn, the
Secretary declaring bun to be a man
whom the Lord seemed to have raised
,aatojJbis8peclal au.r, n
' Mr Ii D Palmer, business manager
Nashville, was introduced to the Con
ference anjiepoke in the interest of the
RerT Dr Eljaa3JTos$er, of the M E
Church (North.) author.f the Cyclope
dia of Prose and PoeticalIllustrations,
wai introduced to the conference.
Qurestioh 12 was caMed--"What trav
elide preachers are elected elders?" R
C Beama, MHMooretfJL B Tyre, G H
Hardison, L Thompson, D L Earn-
hard, XE.IBristow-jJl Cole andSJ
Question 1. "Who are admitted on
-io19 I T. Whita TOT Wnlhnm 1ST.
jgraratiiitteJfBM D JtfesiO W Smithy
amoont to mnchand If nrornntarfattanded ? To fillinetOn. J H liail. U U Lmram,
ea easily De cureai out neeet a prua McCullen, L U Wyche and (J Jivrd,
louowea py Mammpum OTaipauMrw. hin, hftfln nRnmm.n(1ml hv thflir
several quarterly conferences and hav
ing been approvea ' Dy the examining
committee, were admitted on trial as
Rev S S Lambeth, of the Virginia
Conference, and Rev J W Wellons, fra
ternal ydelegate ' from the t Christian
Church, were introduced to the con
Rev J E Gay was received by trans
fer from the White River (Arkansas)
J Q Gutherie, J E Thompson,: 0, jG
Little. VV J Hull, W S Hale and T A
Stone, having passed the examination
of character and having been approved
by the examining committee, were con
tinued as deacons or one year.
Dr Yates stated that the return tick
ets (held by the visitors to the confer
ence) on the Richmond and Danville
Railroad had been extended ta therein
inst. Also; that those who had paid
full fare coming over .that road would
be returned free of charge provided
they are furnished with certificates by
W G Gav was located at his own re-
T. L. Seigle,
A cold Or aor.tlurwt :
& Wo aaecHdne naa aver been vered hlca
ri acta ao watoklrjuad r icb cases as
' prompt ose of this wiiaftiBDO' rwnaig has
laved thouaands ot Uvea, 1
PIRRT DAVIS' PACT KTT.T.ttR Is
mt an KMriauat It haa bean before the
A few dxtracts from voluntary testimonials i
exmmMJMm naa Men nor aonsaua romot iot
olds for the naat twen tT4Ti thti. and
beret known it to fall in ffectinf a flsra.
L S. Obooxxb, Wmiamarilla, H. T.
For thirty Teaia X hav nted Pn Xraus, and
tpud it a BCTar-fkilin rwa4fkfcir eolda utd aoi
tiroat Babtoh SaAMiw. t; - - t
Hara realTd onmadlatS wlltf from eolds and
or throat, and eonaldar roar Paw Imn an
aiTm vmo mnaay-Hiwo. u. arum, Anoauum,
StaH recovered from a very aerar4 ooM.
Hra DMd Paw Knj.aa in -my
Mam, and bare Barer known, ItJO.
I bens uatna-PAniXxixnmmy family twtaty-
DTa raara ago andJiaTa used lterer amoejma nave
foond bo madioin to take lta place. a W. pxaa.
For whooplny-courh and, cronp ltw the M
i on una jtaxct
am minted to one touna pi- iiis salary.
irLi dollars were contrib-
nfMi in niemory-ui uitu"o,,w,u'
is a native or ueoiKi" -.r?"" VJ
the M E Ohurch, .Soutb- to China m
During the Jate war nrwwt
from home was t.
Jflftranlator and: teacher in the gov
aJ!nsiwuT In this position he
rapiaiy " n tnadA a. nt.Hti
wl n.derf Ul pi?osperitrot hwhooldrew
forth his prhjectfor, the Aliglo-Chjnese
TTniirftrBit which: promises to be one
of the grandestachevttents of the
Century. . : : :
' LOOKING rORLETTERS.
How the Colored DeajzeBf of Salisbury
: monopolize w
To theiBdltor of TM Carlo4te01emr.;
The coloredfoiksdebght m imitating
the ways ofT4a wealthy and middle
class of1 whitisrwhich-though often
too utwriyroq.ue--!i -wuuuj uuod
ipctinnnhi a Hthft general forms of it:
-though it might-te better for 7temieZe
ras confined tothat elalS apprbxibaate
their own jnatenw'conaitioaor uie.
Bat Otiei of the: mp ittrdas well
iTr&,maSyv:of t them ; aEectj is their
n very, as soon Tis openea aicer man
distributipns. , Manv of them never get
letters andr do notxpect :anygrbut
When one or Bucn ea ma xacesquamy
in the delivery porthole, be keeps "the
clerk shuffling as long as he cah i first
for, bis own name and then, several oth
erDackS f or his friends, as'long: as; he
can think of a name. This is a delight
f uVpastime for him, and the right to
make the postoffice clerk work for him
reo-alaa his self imnortance. :
He may not, even, have paid poll tax ;
may not expend five cents a year in pos
tage, but he makes the postoffice clerk
do more work for him, than he does for
any half dozen of the heavy business
men in town, with their lock boxes;
but the chief sufferers from these ; im
portunate nuisances, are those who re
ceive iflaiiy mails, pay two "dollars a
year for inside, pigeon hole coxes, and
pay out a dollar, or more, a month for
mailage, and who have to stand chaf
fing or resignedly aside until these post
office pests fully enact the mockery of
seeking correspondence, and are duly
and respectfully waited on.
I think there should be two apertures,
one for the general and the other for
the box delivery ; and, if there is only,
one clerk on duty, it seems, to me, prop
er and consistent, with "the eternal fit
ness of things," that the box delivery be
"One man is as good as another," is
all right on general sentimental princi
ples, and has an especially unctions
sound as uttered bv a demacoeue or a
scapegrace; but its equilibrium is.upset
with a veneeance when shiftless igno
rance takes precedence of provident in
"Monev' makes the mare g& shows
up better in a bank, a tSkery, et aU and
why not in a postdffice ?"
TlNi FALLOB. ,
INTERNAL BETENtJE. " -
Oplnlf tt of JEitatnent Dnll. S.Staattrt,'
President Maryland Hospital, Baltimore.
'lhaeasedColden's Llauid Beef Tonla for
more than a year. It combines the vlrtaes of food
'and tootc remarkably, and. I am - satlsfledT baa
' aawd ttf when any other medicine would fall."
(Jftemf mber the name, Coiden'a-take no. other.)
, : ' '
'Vftavl Women Bbonid TJee,
Dyspepsia, weak back, despondency and other
troubles caosed me fearful suffering, but Parker's
Singer Tontc makes me feel like a new being, a
great remedy. Xvery woman should use it
o . ,v Mra. GABITZ Pittsburg.
: Mr. Morris Tatrell, Marfresboro, N. C, says:
"Brown's Bitters restored my wife's feeble health
- A CARD.
To all who art suffering from the errors and in
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, fto.. I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FBSB 9Y CHABOB. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary In
South America, i fiend a self-addressed envelope
to the Bxv. JosiEBr T. Inux, 8tation D, New
York City. ' . ,
Naturaii Feuit Flavors.
Pregand from ths choice$t Fruits, with
.out ccforing, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essmcbs. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impuritiei
Han gaJnsd their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor lor cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
CMoago, BL, and St. Louis, Mo.,
KmLn f Lupoid Tnrt en, Br. Price. Crma Bakias
hwlw, ut Dr. Price'i Umique Ivhmi,
WE MAKE NO SECOND GRADE GOODS,
l'tr: .T-.-:.tsiif 3 fH
3,000 YARDS CASHMERE, at 121 PER YARD.
100 WALKING JACKETS, - $3.00 TO $15.00.
100 CLOAKS, $1.50 TO! $16.00.
50 ULSTERS, - " " " - $5.00 TO $1$.00.
Silk and Ciciliao Fur-Lined Circulars, $15.00 to $25.00. i
CLOTH CIRCULARS, - - - $7.00,TO $10.00.
Handsome Dress Patterns, $10.00 to $25.00.
Dress Flannels, 25c, 33ic, 75c, $1, $1.25.
All-fool Cashmeres, Black and Colors, 45c, 50a, 65s 75c, $1, $125, $1.50.
ty Terra Cotta Mosqultire Kids and the new Neck, the Mrs. Langtry Tie. Plushes all colors aid
qualities. Some handsome Plushes for Jackets and Circulars. Oar stock embraces everything new
and a call will convince you that we have a stock that cannot be excelled lor styles and low prices.
Harroes & WUl
Smith Building East Trade Street.
. 1 r .
WE fflA&E UEBE.ALI DO If.
COME DOWN IN PRICES.
A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
THE Largest, Finest and Beit Made up OLOTHIlVGr and the best tries to sele
from, of any Betall Stock in the state. Reputation having been acquired br us for selling first
class CLOTHING only, at POPTJLAB LOW PRICKS, we distinctly wish It understood that we will no
be undersold by any Clothing Bouse, either large or small. Our Novelties for the HOLIDAYS are im
mense, such as Fine SCABFrf, BILK and LINES BORDERS D HA NDKSBCHIKF3, and i all In he line
of GENTS' FURNISHINGS. AN 1MMKN9B STOCK OF OVERCOATS at REDUCED PRICES.
" We do heretyymfu that m wperwe the ar
rangements for ul ,4heMonlMy and Seriu-Annual
Drawings of the Jjpumana state Lottery company,
and in person manage and-conttpt tfie praudngs
themselves, ad that the samt are conducted with
honesty .fairness, and irvgofx fodth'toward all par
ties, and we authorise the Qarppanj to use this certifi
cate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in
tis'advertiaementsJtl - - -
Agents for the PEARL SHIRT.
r tir.DAT.flT. year lb
old. and ehpped Km,
dBMm a i-Gao,
and oomidn it th teat
I was mTaring .stvawll wltkjwaadaj, ana my
x soma nnaj jf.
Mini, wmmm ihiiwiwi --Lg.--"
tood. A was aaviaw vo ay 75"-" IV li'I
arMC lacmg a wfjaa.wi wmiwi
-f T.Wtunf9i. T2. Xi i .
TV Vitjv.1 wri m fWtwi CViahMMOd t-Tom rim
' vuriT nrnnn imtk ana nu nu j." ""
fjkfllu a wktafi maiaiMM. Xhw fMt yoa
mak. toawn to tb. worta. .v .
VlotaDtLTJMk with dlphtkhlrt.fcTfr, i aadcold.O
timmj Ek many dmano oar. cot
nxn.. H. waa takes oa
ar. Oioa nr 1 w; ,
ma ria you.
aneaaar ma tnroM waa cmr, "
- aarnu cava, aaa a wiaa w couiu um roju" -
poor sactbata who?. Aqamk acunaoy cii4diwa.
I rar China ajuNfMII ha
noeauaJ.' iteuwwiito eTerTuiigiac iajiB.
TwT.n ar nftAn (ItnirfmilA A DOUiB Ol
Pad KiLLamto the bouse la a safeguard that
no family should ne witnoub m-
PERRY DAVIS A SON, Proprietors,
Providence. R. I.
sept dkw sept ft oct
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH,
., - it- "" S
FINEST, MOST SELECT MOST COM
W NORTH CAROLINA'.
rt i, a. f
KeV UT AtKinson.ui uicoeuuuu nw
byterian church of this city, was intro
duced to the Conference.
Otipntfmi ISO wassailed "Are all the
jeachefW"b!tamele8a in their livferahd
OQlCiai aaminisirauou r iuo oiuci a
froni'the Raleigh and Hillaboro dis
tricts passed the annual examination
Fending the above question, several
ministers i presented requests for the
prayers of the conference in behalf of
Quite a breeze was raised by a mo
tion of Rev CM Pepper to appoint a
committed on the division of the con
ference. After much discussion the
vote was taken and the motion was
carried. The Bishop was requested to
armninr. t.hft committee.
The usual announcements were made
and the conference adjourned with the
benediction of the Bishop.
; ' . FOURTH DAY-H3ATTJRD AY.
Conference met at nine o'elock a m.
Bishop Keener in the chair, and was
opened with religious services, conduct
ed by Rev Jesse A Cunninggim.
The journal of the third day was read
Bishop Keener announced the com
mittee on the division of the conference.
A report from the trustees of Trinity
College, nominating Gov T J Jarvis, T
T Gray, J S Carr, C C Dodsen and E A
Yates additional trustees, was received
and the nominationslwere confirmed by
the conference. It was also announced
that W F.Kornegay had been elected
treasurer or the board.
A Awtition from a lady respecting cer
tain claims on the Greensboro Female
College was referred by caption to the
committee on sducation. ,
j Ran ..V f T? Wrvl an was irrantful leave Of
Question 20 "Are all the preachers
blameless utaf aavbbl uu
Text of the Bill tttroducfcd py Senator,
Brown, of GeorgiaV fcf itt Abolit-on.
The following is thCdtt of to bill
introduced by Senator Brotvp, of
Georgia, for the abolition o InWrjial
Whereas, the policy ofegwrij
ment of the United "States, from the
earliest period-ijrite eslejnc&exjfifc
in ease 6r"fehe-tSeTgeiicitS orwarTnas
been to collect the revenue necessary
to support the government by a tax up
on imports: and whereas the exigencies
of war made it necessary to vary from
this rule, practiced if both political
parties during the late unfortunate
civil war; and whereas a period of
about eighteen years has passed since
the war closed, and the country is now
aninvinor nrnfniind Deace and prosperi
ty, rendering exception to the general
rule of policy and practice on this sub
ject no longer necessary ; and whereas
the raising of the revenue of the United
States to support the government eco
nomically administered by a tax upon
imports affords a legitimate incidental
protection to American inausiry uu
American productions; and whereas it
is unnecessary and improper, to have
two large corps of collectors, one at the
ports and the other to collect the inter
nal revenues, the latter being used in a
great measure as an immense political
machine to aid the dominant party in
carrying elections, while said duplicate
system is very expensive and demoral
izing; therefore Be it
Enacted First, that the act entitled
an act to provide internal revenue to
support the government, to pay the in
terest on tnepuDiic aeDt ana iui uwica
purposes, passed the 30th of June, 1881,
and all acts ; adding to. enlarging or
amending the same,and all laws author
izing the collection of internal revenue
be and the same are hereby repealed.
Section 2. This act shall be of force
from and after the 1st day of July, 1883.
Wj invite the Public. Respectfully.
3j. Berwauger t3 Sro.f
Leading Clothiers and Tailors
Bret displayed km
A Cotton Picker.
Mr Daniel llazleton, bl Charleston.S
C. is the inventor of what is alleged to
ministration ?-was again taktoi.tt be;
A ?ul lAa in iirAnnihnro. Salishurv. Sucha machine has been and is very
ann RrateaTiUa diaWcta nassed. the an-1 ereatirueeded but . so many
UNFBBCKAENTED ATTRACTION I
OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Incorporated la 1868 for 25 years by the Legla- (
latura fot Educational and Charitable purposes-;- f f
with a capital Wfl,00O.OOO to which a reserv. M J
fund of S650.00O has since been added. I
u By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
i maae a part orxne present aiaia uonsuiunoa
ptea DecemDer ua,. u. lw.
i GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
It never scales or postpones. Look at the fol
GRAND PROfflEHADfi CONCERT,
during which will take place the
151at Orand Mvnthly- mod Uae
Extraordinary 'Seiinal Drawing
AT NEW ORLEANS,
TX7ESDAT, DECEMBER 19th, 1SS3,
Under the personal supervision and management
ot Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, and
Gen. JUBAL A EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE. 100,000.
gar NonoB Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, So. Vlfths $2. Tenths, SI.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 CAPITAL PRIZE of 8100.000. .8100.000
1 GRAND " 50,000.. 50,000
1 GRAND " 20,000.. 20.00C
2 LARGE PRIZES Of 10,000. . 20,000
4 5,000.. 20,000
20 PRIZES of 1,000.. 20,000
20 M 500.. 25,000
100 " 800.. 80,000
200 " 200.- 40,000
600 " 100.. 60,000
10.000 " 10.. 100,000
100 Approximation Frizes of 8200-...'.. 820,000
100 Approximation Prizes of 100. . . . . 1 0,000
100 Approxunaaon rrizes h to i,ow
11,279 Prizes, amounting to 8522.500
Application for rates to clubs should only be
made to the office of the company In New Orleans.
For information apply to DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
. 607 seventn street, wasmngton, u. u.
N. B.Orders addressed to New Orleans will re
ceive prompt attention.
"P" i J 1
b IBM WlWP
OF SUIT ABLK' ! fJ '
iom5nttf;iAn f characters
"Drl J Lafferty, being about W leave;
in a few happy remarks saidgaod-hye
4-rt. 4Va sfiffATonHA
' I r Jt .1 11 It- i r
special mission service, Bishop Keenef
took the floor and gave ah ttitetestihg.
awwuhtTlhe TaDdrs of the n1isont
head of that work. He was followed
k. n rt a Vnnnc. T) D. Missionary
Secretary, who made an appeal in-be
have been made that most jpeopie ra
&atA nriRCffiut as impossible. Hazleton s
machina was tried a f ew flajs ago jjn a
patch of cotton about 16 miles from
Charleston", and it picked clean all the
open boHson theplante and Oeft the
MnrtYhAd nesuniniured. , It will pick
frrrmit.ootf taB.ooO Doiinda Pot cotton a
daVitw mules de Jatotfretf being
teqttrreCTher machine is drawrr by
iwo niailes, one forward of each wheel,
and tbe-wagonwheels move the ma
chinery, which brushes the cotton from
nrth:B t:hicr take it from the bolls. The
AAfrtftii r.hfiA : carried bt an' ennless
-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING F THE
AT THE CHINA PALACE OF
amonntimrto more than $M,0Q0,one
Z.ho wlnr nver ftSOO. Mf
n.n.i nnnnnMmAntg. Conference aa-
ionrned with the benediction py tho-
bishop. , . , ' e i
onstratesKa perfect .workrng cipacity,
fWa intrntnr. who cameorieinally Irom
'ISfew Hampshire, has ahhg little f or
tnn ahead for himself Hazleton; was
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30th 1882.
These drawings becttf monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 81,
rendered the following decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution corn-
pan; la legal.
2d Its drawmgs are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the Hat of prizes for the
DECEMBER DBA Win t.
UR WHOLE STOCK HAS O PINED
ud and everrthlng Is now on exhibition ana
will be offered very reasonatia. : we haTe
;: GccdsVfa .Sit ETC?yt:li
confetence had a meeong yeBWAUiajc
afternoon, and it is expected thatthev
will be AWe tar9Brt at tne oplfif of
X" 5fr?J2 sjrvlvt mnrnidff. Tttis con
tended by some of toe afrocjttes of
CALL BEFORE SORCSASING
.tit . li a - e - - S
s ,. . AND BEX
l lias 'f
r EVER MASS ClLlSLOTTSf
-' sii ? 'tVvfii 'St' vtniv r!!jjsnfwfl t
;;'3i5uT:'i--a W if T A norli
Shangnaif, - TT
A so it for Confederate Cotton. ,
-rNW YOBK JeciThe trial of the
ftaifclpr IhettedJSltes; against Har
was begun injine. bai oiwivu.i"
Conrt toat Johnstmswas sent to
oivsionat SSfflSijlffi JKSatSSS
trtivMeMtself ttntfeWfaBsed at iniffiSTwaa heldi otf 'ao-
the General Conference eight years ago. i "Crrifedrate government
This js given
rtM that nothing can be done
w- th. onnnral conference of 1886,
"r'vra rrv astatine thia matter
iiw?4Er exceed to?
1 Prlxe,. -
10 Prizes, 11,000 each,
20 Prizes, 500 each......
100 Prizes, 100 each,
200 Prizes, 60 each,
600 Prizes, 20 each......
inm Ma ID auh.
9 Prizes, $300 each, Approximation Prizes $2,700
ft Prizes 200 " " " " lQO
O to B 31
o. o o
O P" M
m au bbv
w . . v w a . .
a co- Mub
t Prizes, 100
Whole Tleket,i$2i Half Tlckrts,! 2? Tlekett
SOU; OO ATCKOW, AUU. , -,.
Remlf Money Bank Draft fn tterjjBrjsend
t Teresa n"lX)N'T SEND BTJllrWRED
LETTER OttTOSTOFFICK ORDER.
The LARGEST and Prettiest;fStock of
SB and upward, Jjy Express, can be sent aj our ex
pense. Address ail orders to .... t H i ,
ml 'roaRDMAN. CourierJoumal JBuUdlng,
Louisville. Kyor 809 Broadway New To.
TIIiTTf- mitfTTTii Tit?! fllfllV Y1T 1 1) 17 I
i mi maa ii u msr w i ! ' m .mm. m- svLrna mi n ir wa i. riisw.s ic uuii ; w f - - - .
Iinfi.MlfilHiUJM P .mount everaliedpa
.. "c'i 3 A
In paiticuUi, ,ljis?fciar bandiomeit m
vifiE JteL of even ddsetiotioiw jtL
it !jJiniS luiri3W4tri
JcasIon in thirState."
it I'annel.shehact i settlement
j. l the Tre
dozen mea, tne-1 . J-rrl t m V.AflP.tfi
majority of whom were P! :lflgitoftpli-Tlift trial ottiw case
lafljifc a hundred dollars apiec, ana it I . wrmr three weekaf.
on come w w -T .
M Skating, Skating.
FIKB SrOBT. INNOCENT AliUSE-
EVEIt BROUGHT JO, THIS MARKET,
WHICH; ! raTEI:10iSA ATv,
All are ihvited toTs'llMflMajliy-'gooda
; 4nd learn the' RriCes;
Wholesale and iRetall Furniture:
liberal tteitil Itf one wats to contmu saving tne expense
of aft pvereoai, w"f" .- . ;
itiffl jaach weather at this, he must invest flfiy
cents to a bdftle of St, Jaeobe OUjahd lather hlm-:
" ."""X.- thai wifML liDen
'S-itoVt Terence I self with u right well.
Commcdions Hall. Polite
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aaahaont Bt Hut fink. OfcH. 1 FerrV. Seehl.
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