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TIIElWEEKL Y LEDGER.
June 15. 1878.
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advertisements-; ' .
Frank D. WINSTON, v
R6iu:ht P. PELL, , ' iuu
.9 - J (J TJ. UJZ. I YC trill . f
pleased to-pitfjlisi ttny comtmuiica
tio.'tsjYom any ye son relative to the
yooil f the ieople ; bit any comma
iiication relative to qtersonal mutters
or letjdwy Yo lOrtny about a eontro
,. rersy, trill not be tolerated. -Ed's.
Special to the 'Kiclanond Dispateh
. K . 1 ' June 8. . ' ,
' Til E TO 15 A CCO TAX.
ASiiixoTOX. June o. ri am
clearly of tlie opinion after a'carettil
survey of t lie field, that a majority
of the .Sena tei is for reducing -the. to
bacco tax to 16; ccntp, ami this is the
opinion ot .Senator Hansom and
ol!icr8 who have taken great pains
to ascertain; Messrs. bpencer, of
Alabama, Patterson,' of South-Carolina
ami Conover, of Florida .all
7iepublicans4-are for the reduction,
and of course there Us npt a boulh
crn Democratic Senator who is not
warmly in favor of the measure in
fact,' the majority of them are work
ing for itJ Then 3lr. Stanley 31at
thews savs he will vote" for reduc-
lion, aiid our friends rlaim lessrs.
IngalU, of Kansas, audi - Allison, of
Iowa, aud other Republicans, and
not without ji-eason. Mr. .Voorliees
baa told.me" le is for. reduction, and
I know, we can count on Western
': Democratic (Senators.. - The weak
point is the Finance Committee. If
' the bill can be gotten up, I repeat, it
will pass the Senate." The friends ot
reduction m ianil oiit of Congress are
. working "with an earnestness that
deserves success to get t tluonglj
both houses before adjournment.'' ;
. f This is evidently the right thing
and should have received the alien
tion it merited long r since. Our to
bacconists tave 'endured suspense
; and ''disappointment, until almost
every nerve has .been paralyzed
Since this question has been agitated
in .Congress they have accomplished
comparatively nothing, and we heard
one gentleman a short while since
.say that. he liad nonfilled any orders
for toliacco since January. Why
cannot our Senators lav aside inves- j
ticratiucr-commitlees and motions for
adiournment a shor.t , -while, until
something can be done to- promote
.,' the internal-interests of the country,
rather than bblige wrang'ing poIlU-
cians? When party spirit is carried
) to sueh an cjxtcnt that the commer
f ci;ji and finncial interests'of. the pco
" jle are smothered beneath its deadly
vci,rhl, surely something must be
done to purge our public men. We
earnestly lopc that the Senators
from Norti Carolina will exert
themselves to settle this matter, as it
alfects to a
considerable degree the
Itcrests of their" constil-
W,havd rtyjeived from Col. lolk
the, re port on flwi vc-kuIis of the
Chemical cxamiiiation of fertilizers
)ld in North Carolina during 187 1-
'78, by Dr, Albert. R. Ledoux,
. Chemist ui
the Depart meut' of Agri
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.r cultured These reports should be
r. ixaii with great interest- by every
iarmer i the State, and the ready,
efficient aiii -cohstant labor of Dr.
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Ledoui: ijt tltfir behalf should be
v fully recoirnizetL. -i
Gk.v. Scales has been mentioned
in connection with the. United States
' "Senatorship. It the contest between
Mcrrimon'and Vance siiould become
.so elose that there should be danger
to The Democracy, both ; parties
should compromise on some man.
.Geii. Scales, the chistiau: patriot
and soldier, would fill the place very
nc'ceptablj and not a single com
plaiut wc'wld be heard. . . .
Hon. V. N. IIr Smith notni
r.ated for .the Chief Justiceship uuau
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THE CARD OF SENATOR
We are sorry that we are unable
to iublish 'this ablv written , docu
meut; but; in order. that our readers
may hear both sides of the question,
we will make a few remarks con
cerning it, and attempt to paraphase
the moreV important passages. The
Legislature of ISTii elected to the
Senate of the United States a man,
who iii.private life bore an unexcep
tionable christian character, and who,
in the shortness of his political
career j before his. election, presented
a record of -honesty -land ability not
surpassed by any public "man. in the
Stale.'--1 Judge Mcrrimon as a man of
the most firm and admirable moral-
F ii v, a man of truth, a man of hon-J
esty, a man of political as wel as
judicial ability has no superior in
the State of North. Carolina,' How
ever, when we laud our .favorite
among '-public nien, remember that
welo so, not intending to cast, a
l single imputation upon Governor
A'ahee, a man of undoubted! patriot
ism, but' rather in order, to free Sen
ator 3Ierrimon from .the " effects of
falsehood and slander, and to pre
vent an unjust and unexcusablede
privation of his senatorship. And
we wish our readers to bear ..in mind
that the veracity of Senator Mcrri
mon has stood unassailed through, all
his career, has even become a maxim
among the people of the State, and
when we quote from his vindicatory
card, let his words sound as-though
they came from theOraele of tlte
Goddess of Truth, bright. ) with pu
rity and. heavy with conviction. 1 1 is
senatorial record has never been at
tacked ; it stands as a brilliant me;
morial of his own ability, and as an
honor to his' native Slate. ' His
speeches in the ' Seriate are of the.
highest order of oratory, noted espc.-'
ciaily forj their soundness and legal
acumen, moderately aried w.th el j
bquence'and 'patriotism. And we
would impress our readers'especiaily
with one thinir that while some of
the professed Southern! -patriots,
when the Southern name was slurred
and dishonored, answered in pathetic
as well a? indignant' eloquence,' Sen
ator Mcrrimon inspired with a lofliei
sense of duty and patriotism, instead
of wa'ting his "time-thus;, workdd to
so improve our internal resources as
to place us on a footing with the
Northern people. The only reasons,
so far adduced for removing him
from his present position; is that he
was elected, not by the, majority of
the Democracy, but by a jninority of
Republicans and Democrats, he him
self conniving at, and participating
in. such proceedings;, and thus de
slroving his allegiance to Democratic
principles aud organizations. - Sena
tor JNIerrlmon in his card sa vs :
. 4:This charge I .fiatly deny. It is
utterly false in substance and details,
and I challenge any one to produce
aught in proof of it."
Col. W. II.; A vera, who was a
member of the Democratic caucus,
and supported Senator Merriinonv in
a number of his paper,' the llocky
J I 'cunt Jlail, after effecting a de
cided vindication ' of his, conduct,
"We beg our readers to remem
ber the following material points;
1. -The integrity of the cjiucus be
ing destroyed, (i. c... by the inembers
being packed and plqdged.) the
friends'of Merrimon did riot join its
deliberations. ' ' . 7
12. That they at all times ex
pressed a willingness to withdraw
the name.'of Merrimon if the friends
of. Governor Vance withdrew his
! jo. They proposed" that a Vote be
fore: the Legislature might decide
the contest, which was declined.
4. 'When Vance was : withdrawn,
they withdrew 3Ierrimon.
o. They met in joint caucus to aid
in nominating the third man in good
faith, j ' . !
G. That they did not put the
name of Merrimon in -no mil Kit ion be
fore the Legislature the, second time
until after the friends of Gov. Vance
had voted in -the caucus to re-nominate
him; after they had called a
caucus in which the friends of Mer
rimon were 'invited to; participate,
with" the assurauce that neither
Vance . nor Merrimon were to be
brought before it, 1
7. That the charge that coalition,
bargain, treachery of any kind was
practiced, or, that personal honor
was compromised with the Republi
cans, is absolutely false, and is a foul
slander upon the Judge ; and his
friends. ' , ' .
Furtherniore", -X?cl Ave'ia s':-
"In this way; and .under these cir
cumstances" bdth Gov. iVanco and
Judge Mcrrimbn wore for the sec
ontf time broughWinto this menKfra
ble and 'unfortunate ,coniest before
the LegisLuure, and a vote was
taken At; the end oftheJrollcal.it
was found Xhnv 17 of ih oiii;nal
'Democratic supporters bf Mernijjion
had voted for" him with 18 Republi
cans, and. while the tcllurk were cast
ing up vthe vote the jRei'ubljt ans
who had vpted for MrJ Pool ujiou
roll-callj began to change1 their vctes
to Merrimon, s stating cnpha:icilly
that they tfidlt as a choice between
Hiv .rtni li'ri' I two OI ii -
most objeetirnalle D'eniocrats
them to be found in tije State ;
tt.Mt. no .overtures, Promises,
pledges of anykind had been made
ti.nfti .v .in. rft prrnnon. or iiirum
lAlfi-iends for! him. In this way:
ulier these' circumstances, he
ejected to the United States Sen
Senator : 1 Merrimon
savs : -' r : . ' ' I .-
"The im: nlation that I col In
with the Republicans: in-the Leg si a-
ture, or bargained for their votes is
utteilv false and scandalous, ami
, reckless mendacity of those who . per
sistlin ma king lit- has sfercejy a par
allel in the vilest typferof political
warfare. I denounced the suggestion
of it in a published card xyi January,
183, as i utterly false iny w lole
course of .conduct ever' since proves
that it was false the Democrats m
the Legislature who .voted for me
have denruriced it as false the Re
publican ; newspapers likewise ; and
so have 'many prominent Republi
cans -fro lii tVine to lime. .. . How lost
to every sense of truthj decency and
honor, must .be -the calumniator who
can persist itf making; suoh imputa
tion to advan.be tlie political fortunes
oiMiis'favoritei"' , - '
Thus the main and only argument
which the enemies of judge 3lerri
mon have produced against -him ut
terly failSj aud-js completely refuted
by mh of acknowledged;truth
ability.1 In writing this article
did so, feeling! that the unjust s
ments of the people had. been avowed
against a man who has been unable
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In person to deny the imputations
cast upon"him, and who always has
arid is no'v sacrificing his good r.ame.
while working" for an, ungrateful
people. We do not. intend -.foil
readers : to uitderstand that
opposed to 'Gov." Vance, for,-if ;
do riot chooso to iet-.?drr -M
mon, we think everybody w'ill be
satisfieil withVGov. Vance, but wo
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wish td make the contest as near , an
equal one as possible, and, in order
to do this,, justice mustlbe done, to
both men.' Not that; every j inla-
raous and unfounded charge against
Senator Merrimon' has been proved.
to be utterly false, the contest stands
upon a consideration of the ability
and inlluence of each oire. This we
do not propose to discuss, but leave
to the private-judgmentof all. Roth
men will fill j the jlace eminently
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Til'K l hirdt number of i "the Univer
sity Mlaiaziue i has been issued. It
contains a. lithographic portrait, of
Hon. R. F.j Moore, -:L. L. I J., an
alumrjuji of thJ Universlty, ' and one
of its most - gelieroiis i suj)po i ters.
The first article is the' address of
Gov.-Vance onthe Lifeaud' Charac
ter of Hon. David L. Swain, Ideliv
ercd at the Lrni vers;tyi Commence
ment of-1877. i Resides! this it con--tains
other, well written .'articles, one
on the ""University Normal School''
whcli is so. much to tlie poini. that
wq . cannot refrain froni - publishing
it. The present editors after one
more issue will retire anjd make way;
for fresher handk. Maj'lthey live. to
sec the Magazine which they have !
by their industry placed upon! suclf
a sure Toundation, the peer of any
college periodicfil jiublished.
Huh it a ii for! the
rThislsame old 1 Torch" bas
burning for five years, and, the fire"
gets hotter every day; It beats any
torch we ever heard of.; We'thinlc
she must.be "using the oil extracted
from the dead carcasses of the Rad
ical party, in Granville. ! Very well
Ut her lise it free of charge, for she
has been the prime manufacturer.
Our hand on that ! 1
THE Republican s State' ticket of
Oregon has been .elected. F. j -R,
Ilines, .Republican candidate for
Congress, is defeated, and there is a
Democratic majority ofllO in the
Legislature. A United States Sen
ator will be' elected by ibis Legisla
ture, and unless; treacLery occurs in
the camp .he will be a' Democrats '
n.'-ti,h University Magazine:
THE UNIVERSITY NORMAL
V s SCHOOL. ,
Thcl second session of t iw" Scliopl
will beirin at unapci ai...,
SrtnrtW to North CaroliU than the
J'Y- . . .i - t ..nwl-iihi-.. nr the
ft is ! an cveui
of imore ;"u-
meeting or i -&x"r T , , ,
erection of Su1me t:oiirt Judge,
an event , to which all who ponder
over the ills ot the pKent and the
dangers of the ;fhture .loyk forward
with gre,t awNi.ty. E;.uciun ;s
a,., ..,.:;iv -KMlvat on.; The ncople inut
l.e cMlueated. as well; the rulers.
'Fe.e thought :imd int el les u'd act i v it y
,,,,,4 be Simulated eve'jy where, in
the chm ches, by the pres;s,'an.f espe
cially in tbe school-room. Ihere
are plenty to be ' taught. ;lut : who
'shall teach them? Where' am the
men and women to lake this clay
atutl fashion it intovesseIs of honor ?
Thev will come from the University
Normal 'School, if they come at all.
Tlieyf will be found among- those
who, having saved a mite fom their
scanty earnings, go to Chapel Irill re
solved to increase' theiiv-j know ledge
of what they teach and to learn ;the
best metliods of teaching as ,prac
'ti'sed" else x hero. .They wjMi be t.)und
among those teachers who are il
ways eager to be taught, i ff
: Whata scandaj teaching generally
is !- We have our sli'oes made ly
in en who have, learned their trade,
and. employ professional 'barbers to
trim our children's hair ; , .but, wlien
we wish some ideas put into tlieir
heads, bah ! anybody t?an do - thai !
Yes, anybody'; and the j-b isn't
worth much anyhoWr'H We dole
out as little pay as we can, the teacher
doles-out as little knowledge as he
can," and the boy. pozes away; stupidly
overrhrs dirty, musty .book (the same
that his fatherl had) in a dark, cheer
less, uncomfortable log housev' Wo
must reform. Teachers must reform;.
Teaching must . be a profession., p
Veil lii 1 1 e " i ro f es's.ipn , for r which-, niefy'
uain tlfiemsel' es;as for tlie bar or the1
pulpk. Teacheis must, make tfieir
services valuable, and thy will be
iinnipiMjiKul. llurni!'. for the teacher
that cnarges a ' good in ICC I lie " is
generally worljt it. I always ad
mired the ilorner School for cliarg
ih" 8100 a year tuition. X think
more - of the Ringham Sohool foi
cliargiug 1-0. Tlie best lawyers
alwavs command h irli ' fees. Win -
shouhl not t he best i eichers ? They
will, as soon as they , make teaching
a' profession", t- They nvusij inakerthcH
business asresjtectable as- any other.
They must give it llipb- est .-ta'ents.
energies ami tbonrhts, injthe sthool
room aitd"biif7tir.t":ud jdHy. iv
cisely as nierchanis, lawyeis ami
manuiacturefs attain ticcess, nuisi
teachersy Miccet d. We have Rusi-'
ness Colleges, ."ledical Col leges, L:
Scliools, fce, ail intended to train
tnen for -professions."' .'.What These
institutions are to oilier I'u'ofessions,.
the Norma! School is - 'to teachers.
ItH'ijfives them s)eci;il knowledge,.
special .training, hewidea.; it -lavs?
before them Hie results wjonht utd1
by teaeJters puiuing ditfeieiit
metluxls and,. Aliove, all. tilings, i;
"st i in u laics their prnle,. auib'ihtin, "aini
desire-'"lor- lejiniing, we'Vbng thefn
into an organized body wilh . com
ukju iu'.ercsls aims, and hopes.
Hurrah for Vance! "Hurrah . for.
Battle ! Hurrah for -the hist Legis
li ure! I.ohl; live the u!em-'ry ol
every teacher in-- our' lirst Normdl
Schooh! We are on the right road.
Let us go .straight' -forward ' :
Teaching in- Kurope isl a ; perma
nent busines.-',. theivfdre Normal
Schools are aliundant. , The German
E m p i re Is famous f o r i t s s h o o 1 sy s -tem
as well as its Universities. It.
supports 170 Normal j Schools
France has 92; Italy; 59 ; Austria f)G
Nowhere are untrained teachers em
ployed.. . .In our denvoc? iitid conntrV
one mail is generaily as jgood as an
otlier for teaching. There 'is too
f r ii l.erfect equality of ignorance
Teachers are fixtures in Furope- like
physicians ; and ...lawyers, ) seldom
moving from place to place. In
Renusy I vania pupils at thej Nonnal
Schools are paid by .the State lor
attending; aud receive a respectable
sum ofrmonev on 'graduathin. That
State hja spent on her Normal
School more than half a million dol
lars. What does this mean Y pimply
uiau nuiuiji KivuuKtib iii e ;t iiuou in
vsxmeni. . i ney pay. i nev are
: . . . fl'l
inimensx1 grindstones sharpening all
the educational tool
s ' in a State
The Germans have found " this ; out.
The Yankees know- it; and we will
soon understand it. We began sharp
ening last year, and rubbed off con
siderable rust. - We are -going, to
get on a fine edge and poliah' a little
this year. We are done backing
with blunt, axes. We shall have
some-circular saws jpresentjy driven
by steam, and maybe we
dissecting knives after a w
Spars is going to visit - the school
fnis year. I hat means so ine thing.
Dr., Sears visits none but successful
schools. We are getting up steam.
Teachers of North Carolina, awake !
The. feast m preparing. Gird up
your, garments and: come. 'Prof
Ladd will be here again- He has
been traveling and learning. : He is
full of ideas. It worth a trip to
C hapel liill to hear Prof. Ladd.
The State of North Carolina ought
te hire him at any price to cauva8
arrong our jieople and build up 'the
chooT system. He is a genius. The
Board of Kd uca'tioii have J exerted
themselves to the utmost in. order
that all possible advantages may. be
ol t ai nab 1 e at the Norma t School
thi year. , -Tliey haVe counted, the
moLoy and calculated the expenses,
bv( r.and over again, trying to make
one.didlar sjt jn'tlirec places at the
same time. It is a lough problem,
but the'Bonrd will solve if, if it can
lie done. "They have sent, to Newl
Yo rk- fo r a t earlier in a K i n d ergar ten
seliool, and for a; profes.si nil elocu
tionist. . If rof (w ens, with his accu
rate scholarship and deep thought,
will greet old frie'trds and new.
R ro f .; Mely e r, iinsiir passed, as a el ear
thinker and teacher, lias been secure.
The famous John Hopkins Univer
sitv lends us one ot its felloxys, 31 r.
Walter ;II. Rage, of Cary, who has
made. a specialty of English Philol
ogy. Slr. Rage w'ill teacli grammar
and lecture on philology. ,Maj. Jell.
Holchkiss, a most nnlliant lecturer
on geography, will be with.iis a fort
nights There will be a -class in al
rebra as well as sevei'alln arithmetic;
and chemistry, with laboratory prac
tice, will be offered Mo all who wish
to take it: The si tidy of Latin will
be continued: Those, who never
studied it; rati begin. - Prof ;Winston
hopes do have 100 beginners. Qld
students will read .Ciesar. Next
year they wijl take up Virgil. Mr.
"M; 0. S, Nblef formerly assistant
teacher in th'i liingham Schodl will
teach the La in c asses. 31 r. JNoble
is a special student of Latin in ihe
University, and a candidate for the
Latin Diploma, which "h;Vs- not beeir
bestowed on . any student as yet.
Instruction in bpokTkeeping and ien
manship will be provided.- ' -I
A great i m p r ve in en t; h is been
, take it: The si tidy of Lathi w
2 continued: Those who nev
made on last year, " 1 lie :.loara diti
not send all the niney last: ..years
(tlie only ins
recorueo:.) . Jjooks win ne tree again. ij eomiK
Boat dv. will be cheap "aain. : Thefu)ureiiaiug elsewhere.
Canipijs isjret:ivjr than ever.
There ought', ip be an auieinlmenti
to the Constiiution requiiin . every
iheniber of the-Leg slat ure to comej
to the Normal SonooL. -Kvery iewW
paiier elitor should coiue tn for it
1 1 - ii"-! i ... I ..Jl
coiirse. ve,. wouui' weicouiu .u ci
the Tarboro rSoiffhcmer quillist
We feel jubilant.. We will soon. set'
the great heart of North Caroliuaj
throbbing a:id, beating' and getting
fresh blooti to .send out to its lon'
famished, linil's. Oh, let f th(
blood be pure and strong! A e will
so(jir si'tiJtim- waters; gaJlicfedxiiitl)
cJoifds to send . (piickeuing shoWerjs.
upon our. thirsty soil,.--making' thV
uite.lleel.ual seed tosvell and, bur.s,t
abd giow -and ripen into blessed, fruit.
Teachers;, co uUs i'ub hp ydiir armput",
unite yu'r forces close up the rankjs,
heads ujt, eye 'front, -forward marc
hej In'pl hep
-(Vi obrni. ( 'nrolina lfCavcn blessinfr
. uticii I her, ; ' . . " 1
Wbi e we .li ve,' we will c ei lli. 'prpteteL
- ;iiid .defeini Iier. i ' v- - I . '
.- . OLD NORTH STATE.
file Etlucatorjsays that Capt.'Nat.
Atkinson and ISL- K. Carter are to
represent t Ih good people! of Bun-
conibe jn.the House of Hepreseida'
tive -. . '',.' . -, ' ( ;.'.
Wake Forest College Commence:
inent't-atue olf this .week. . Tiie ser
mon before the Graduating Class
was preached by lie v. P. S." Honshu,
D.D., and eleven younginen grad
uated. : 5. A . ' ( -; " ?
, Trijhity College loseit her years?
work1 'this yyek. The Commeirce
ment is said tofhava been a success.
Bishop Wight man preached the ser
mon before the .Graduating, CIas
and (Jov. Colquitt, of Georgia, de
livered tjie aivnual address. !':"'
lion. loniford McGehee has b'een
re-nominatetl by tlje' Democrats 'of
Person County for tlie next Legisla
ture, This gentleman., has acquired
"considerable reputation in the State
as a man. of good, hard sense, and a
most refined literary taste.; I
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Davidson College Commencement
takes place the 26th and-27th offtliia
month. Hon. Gustavus J. Q bf
Georgia, del ivors the: ad d ress before
the two Societies.--The Hop Club
will have (ball at the Ceiltral
Hotel, Charlotte, Friday evening
after the Commencement. Anion"
tna Commenceinent ofricers we no-!
tice several. of our; obi school matea.
Should like very - much to be witli
Pern;' :. ; j ' .J :;H
i A correspondent of the Raleigh
News writing from Greensboro ori
Jpne 8th, says . The wife of Pf!
41ex. Mclver, (formerly a teacher
V'r rixlt,ilJ OI ortn uarplina
muu ior evrai years of' the Green si
boro Graded School,) died, yester
day, the 7th at their hone -in
Greensboro, leavin husband and
six children, . the oldest of whom
(a son) Js now a" cadet at JVest
1 pint. Thev are natives of Atnmvi
William. Ciillen Brvant. one n
the most celebrated poets .'America
nas ever moduced. is dend
:'. -:; .; - 'Mt
jl I keen constant!' oil band the larj
ociv ui : i
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-f" v. '
The ..(MIKArKST and LAJWJEST
so it me nt i)f I
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TOILCT SOAPS, PKuj
l-'AXC'V AltTICLKS, 1-
'-; l-r- , ."IT ;-
in ?tlie (L'ountv. I nnvali(Mi. tor
L'oiKr and the! Hath. XoliiHitlei;l
leeeitivf odors to eoueeal coinnioii
r-the ni.'nelast! year .IJAHJllCI; on-(1.s wil)JW r.i
lanee.ot tlie kiud vy'r; ainf i'lJ TTV- at loy figure. L:md..dt'!
Hooks will be tVee ag:iinJjje()iniitition, . Kxamiiie ids slock bcti
The purosit and most relkible stojk
I'atent, Chemical and l-liarmaeetiti
I'rena rat ions ever offered ! td
Yon can. buy n, box ofi Coneentral
T.ye at Harbee's vl)rng Store, for
tliat will make a dollar's jwofth of
t-eiieiir' w.i bin":
oai, Cim , you
Barbw'sj Stock of hrugs, Medi
and vveryt jdug ' usu.nlly kept in n llr
elass -l'jsOM" shop' is ;ihvji s !oWjlV
,:iii oil iimu.
aud If he does not sun-
you, yu can t
' - ' ' r . f i-r
ike his old hat.
.! ' : '-l'-i-
The best 5
Miid it: -euts vizi in
town :it !-irhtv"i Drug Stori
If I burst, 1
wii do ir! : i Win
:J lb. lA-aehes,
full weii-hf, 22 1-2
.' 1U Tomatoes, full weight, 11 erutA
2 lb. Cove Ov
ters, full weight. 15
1 lb. Jpve OyktersJuU weight. S Mrn
2 lb. fine Annie, full wei -rht.22 lk' c:
21b. Corii, full weight, 20 cents.
.'oxe Gelatine, 20 cents..
0 1 o i o 1 Coul 1,1 no victl
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FIIENCII and PLAIN
I keep the
p apeu, ;en VELOPES,
BLANK BOOKS, PENS, .
V PENCILS, KED; BLtTK
.1 . U - - 1 . . ; '; . J ' f :'
f AND BLACJC
- j - - '. .
in grcat variety.
T1IEUE IS 3IOUE KEU0SEM
OIL SOLD AT BAltBKJ
:' ; ':! V- 1 -; .' , l :.-' ( .
DRUG-STOUE THAN AT Al
THE STORES 1 IN" CHArfl
I'-. r .
HILL. WHAT tS-TII.Ejb!
Store is head
knows that Rrl
(IWiitm-d tor choice -p"
If taii M-fiut ft know wh.'d
keeps, subsciibejt the LKDOKIij-
eohfideut in! invhiir siitistaetiou
4pjalit3 of goods and price.
.Pr eicrt) t i4ns couipo jnided at a l
of day or hi
Open oii lSmidaW fnm
MJ,-aud from 4 to o, 1. 31.
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