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C I) c (Sauru r.
A Democratic Newspaper.
A . at Tl 1 " W
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DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATUHE, SCIENCE AND ART.
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TTJnS CASH IX aDVAXCK
LOTJISB URQ, N. (3., APRIL 4, 1873.
Contract a In Ur gi'r ict m on Lbcra.
jil lcinff a Glancc, n Word
r- r --4 .
(Jalishers Brick More "
A tcrribla wind pn3sed-over lii:
. 1.. Sitnr.Tnv lnaf. blowing dow
trees, fences &c to a considerable fc3
tent." No lives lost.
Head the ('constitution- and By-Laws
r.f the Franklin County Agricultural
Society, which appears ju our pape
this week. .
tall, slender man, of about forty, quiet tion , the. room seemed filled with pban.
and grave, almost stern in bis manner ; toms : I must ret out of the bouse into
I but his eyes bespoke "oinething differ- the beauty of the starry night, ' Ilasti-
ent -they were large and lustrous acid y throwing on my dressing gown, I
held such a mild badness in their depths wcnt gofty jQwn stairs and out into
that my heart ached with pity lor him, the willow avenue. n;
utter stranger as h e was. , . . After walking briskly for a few rain
Miss Sack ville bore but slight re. utes I became more composed,: and was
scmDiapcc to tier lather, but was stnK- afeout rcturuinSr to the house, when I
mgly like the picture of her mother
which hung n the hall. Miss Sack
ville or Dora, as she told me I must
call her was abo'it seventeen. Since
.her mothers death, a year before, she
had been living witjilher father in the
strictest seclusion f aid I soon found,
Pr, Win. M. Crenshaw sustained
very sorioiw lass on Saturdayj cvenin
last ly having bis valuable riding hors'
so badly gored by a cow tha he diet
the next day.
, l; ... . j
Henry Harris had to raise the su
V)f two dollars, for disorderly condm
at the (col.) tableau the other nig
Very repentant now.
heard an exclamation from Mr. ,Sack-
ville that rooted me in terror to the
spot. ' j I ; ':
Stella J StellaT he exclaimed in a
voice of hushed excitement. L" hajvo you
at last granted my prayer? Come to
my arms, darling 1 Surely you will
from the young lady's conversation 0t leave me lonely and companionless
An .ounce of pri'Ventive
pound of cute. To prevent
UY BELLK FAIliJli.
Mr thoughts were not
with the brightness of this
The cheerfu face of Nature
t . .made me only tuc more -s?,d. I' had
borne the parting w th my dear ones
i bravely $ but now. when every m-om cut
yH tnking mc further from iili tbj
ivorld held dear to me, so I weary and
heart sick did T fed that I prayeiY God
tnat she intemiea rcgarumg jine more
as a companion tlian a governess, j
Indeed, her reception was so cordial'
aitd her manners so cluirming, that I
felt we would oon be warm friends.
And I was iiot mistakciL for7sstime
Turn not away from
Let ..ic gaze on the face of my
bride as I rem ember her twenty years
. I gave n fearful glance at the open
window of Mr. Sackville's room, and
passed on she became as dear to me asToii horror ! there, indeed, standing in
tbo silvery moonlight, was the dead
mistress of the Grange, flcr ' golden
hair fell in wTavy masses on her shoul
ders, her blue eyes fixed on her hus
band, her arms outstretched to him !
- With a terrible effort I tore my 1 gaze
her r ye Would 8h get ofl ! No she
weu'da't. The trgiceer peruaded,
coaxed, tbrtattneJ, but all to no pur
pose. There as tlie voman, directly
liefore hira, as xmmovsble as a moun
tain. The train must go on, and it did
g-y nc, hut not till the ra'iU began H
fly l. i the obstinate woman hasten
trom her pvtc?'. Defeated in this direc--ien,
the Vtrmau'j nxt movement was
to oil the truck. When the next train
came up, of crure the whies spun
round la'lphsi'y. and a cmsidtrable
delay and trouble was the result, while
the irjured Lmile stood at a safe dis
tance, and laughed at the iffris ot the
employees wi h bitterness and 6Corn
What she will do m x nobody can trll,
but the railroad pcnp'.e have a daily
fear of her, and are recommended to
give a few mmen's to private devo
tions a's they approach her premises.
he pul lihtr does not get one-fourth
of what he justly dicrve. "Ij its
sphere, the wrekly is ot quite as much
service to the advertiser as is the daily,
and tttDtiint8 enjoys tb privilege l
being the exclusive family visitor, a
privilege the daily seldom has.
Union and Advertiser, Rochester.
-A. SutissHietox' Answer.
a siier, and her, peculiar zvA
creed only hsiiihteucd mv affec
tion. . . ' j ; '
Mr. Sacliviile and h'is daughter c
longed to tjiatsoct which promulgates
tlio stragd belief that the spirits of
the departed still linger in their earth
ly5 habitations -and mingle in the
scenes and fdutics of domestic life.
Mr. SackvJlIc was an adherent to the
Swedcuborgian creed. His wife's seat
remained vacant ut the head of his ta
ble,her elixir occupied the cosiest corner
cf the sittng-rqoni, and the plcasant
est nook iu. the parlor ; her prie-dieu,
with her pruycr-book opened on it, was
placed beside her husband's, in the hall,
where the servants assembled for eve
ring prayer. Many an awe-stricken
glance did he larkies steal in that di
rection. I -
When the evening devotions were
would take me from this world of tri- cveq Dora arose kissed her ; father
good-night, then half-bent her knee for
a moment bt-toro what was once her
y. Is to a peaceful lwme alov5.
What did the futuro hol for me"
1.. ...... t,.. ' ' i mother's place : the nejrroes would
Just now there uiu not seem to be one 11 1 .
glimpse of sunshiue n it. ' Would Mr.
L' I - Ml I . .. T
oacKviuc, oi wno52 nonselioiu L , was
about to bccono a member, think it
vortli while to. make his I daughter's
governess fuql happy and contented?
'.IVould I bo regarded as a Jady ' or a
menial? I had heard so n'mcli of tlx
anstocrr.ue pride of ,tho old Virgin
ian families. Would 1 be! a sufferer
from it? : :
My lifo had been so shielded from
tho cares and troubles of I the world
that, at nineteen, I was as unsophisti-
cated as the veriest chHd ;, ana when
the crash camo that swept away my
father's wealth, and jnade it necessary
5 for our devoted little family, circle to
, bo broken, I was totally uff cpared to
brave the trials which poverty always
I'lcasant thoughts ot the past, and
sa l ones of the future, mingled in my
I brain, hcn the stoppage of the train
atO . where Mr. Sackville's car
An attorney in the country recently
received an account, from abroad, for
recovery, and in reply. he made the fol
lowing stut'-tent of the financial cons
diiion of the locality in which he re
sides, which was, dbubt!eK, aatisiatory
to the creditor :
. "Now I am perfectly fis'onished at
Read Aii Hour a Day.
There was a ld who, at fourteen,
was apprenticed to a soap dealer. One
ot his resolutions was to read an hour
a day, or at least at that rate, and he
had an old silver watch, left him j big
uncle, which he timed h's reading by.
He stayed sewn years with his mactrr.
and it was sid when he was twenty
rne he knew cs tnujh as the youn
pquire did. Now, Ut us see how much
time he had to read in, io seven years,
at tne rate of one hour a day. It vr ou!d
Inj 2, 555 bour?t which, at the rate of
eight hours a day, would be three hun
dred and ten days ; equal to lorty five
weeks j nearly a year's ieadirg. Toat
time epeut in trtas-uring up usrlul
knowledgo .ould pile up a very large
store. It is surely worth trj log f..r.
See wha? you can Jo. Begin now. In
after yuar y.u will iook back upon the
taik as the m K-t pleasinu and profits
Henry T Alley,
V.'hlesale ft Retail
C o nfe c tioncr.
FnciTs, Faxct Goods, Toy.
Weddings & Piirties
from this vision, and rushed blindly you tor sending a c aim wut here for re- ble y.ueer ptifrmed.
into the house ; and, soon as my room
door closed behind me, sank fainting
to the floor. ;
When I awoke to consciousness, anx
ious faces were tending over me. It
appears I was discovered in the morn
ing, lying in a death-like swoon,1 from
which I only "recovered to sink into
Even now, with '' wrell-known faces
about me, and the noondav sun stream
ing in the windows, the remembrance
of that terrible vision made me groan
in an .agony of fear. , -
The doctor came hastily to the bed
' Xow, Miss Dllc,' said he,. you
must not put on your tlpnliing-cap just
yet. lake this sleeping' draught.
bustle out of tho room, as though they It is the best thing for you at pres-
exnected t!:eir mistriss to annear in cnt.
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the: body, to return jher daughters sal
utation. ; -
Of court e, I considered all this mete
folly; but living intimately with per
sons w hot seemed constantly conscious
of an unseen presence was not without
its effect on my nerves. I knew Mrs.
Sackvilld was no more nrcsent in the
spirit than she was in the body ; bu,
despite this, I always took the place never forgive myself if my sleep-walk-
I gladly obeyed. For several cjays
I was kept under the influence .'of .nar
cotics. In an interval of semi-con
sciousness, I heard Dora remous'ra ting
on my being deprived of mvr; faculties
for so lor.si;. ' -.
" You know, doctor,' said she, I slight
hesitation in her voice, 'papa is so ATery
anxious about Belle, and I should
covery these tiin.-s. Yon might as well
cast your net into the 'fake oi fire and
brimstone,' expectiag to catch a sun
fish, or into the reiehratc-l Stygian
pool to catch spekledr trou', as to try
to colli ct money here, i Money ! I have
a faiat recollection of having Ectn it
when a b y. I believe u was given rr.e
by my uncle to buy candy with. But
it has be i so long since I have seen
any that I 'almost, forget whether gold
is made of corn or mustird, or ti'.ver o!
white oi.i iC3 or fish scales. Why, sir,
we live without mmy. You'r- Le
hind the time?. It is a relic of burs
barism .f age-; pist. We live by eat
ing here, sir, wes do. Hoot, mi.', the
millennium is coming, the year o! jubi
lee hi;s come, and all debts are paid, us
much cs they will u diss you take pro-'
1nce.' The word 'mosey' is not in our
. v. cabulary ; in the hilest Webster
(revised for tlm nun-liar) it is mat lied
"obsolete., formerly a coiu representing
Viluoi and used as a medium f com
merce. A fow small pit ces can be seen
in our hutr.rical -icitty's cdlvc:ion,
where they a-e txhjbile i as curb s'uie?,
along with the Mas4taJon,'' Xouh's obi
boots, and Adam's apple'
American Rural Home.
A. True Latl'.
"I cannot fnbue pointing out to
yr u, my deart s-. child," said L rd Col
lingwood t his daug'iter. 'tbe great
ladvtn'aae that will reuh Irom a tcm.
pepate conduct anl tweetoess ot man
ner to all people oa all occasions
: Never forget that you ure a gentle wo
iWi and all your worels and actions
.should make you gentle. I ncA- r htard
iyour mother your e'eir, good mother
say a harah or itvy thing to any
person in my. liff, iEikavor to imi
tate, he:. I am quick and hasty in my
tenp.r; but, my elariing, it is a mis-
tot tune which, nt)t haviag b:cn sulH
cien ly restrained in my yyuth, has
cuu-.cd me' inexpressible pain. I: has
given me "more trtuble to subdue this
inipetuoity than anything, I evtr undertook-'
FU JtX ITURE
No. 2 0 Bollcg'.rook Street,
P. H. S M I T H,
I OABISET MAKES
CWinot malhig cf ll kiouj dona in lest
uQ-iuer, a.u-1 ou most ttiMjuibi terms
Tae beet Vf .lnaf, Ponlsr and Tiae CcCias
Qive me a cli. T. II. SHIlII.
Factory below Barrow & Pleanta.
rertoue wUhin; to Lny
Or anytime in that Una wou.d lo w.;i to
g.vou.bc.l btturd orJiiiaj froi o.h.r
laaikite, ah! keep tho
: Best Workmen
aa.l'-3tho But !I vrr.r.tvi. thit U IoLj Lad
I wotdlstit? thit Mr. l-'cri :-tii-lortftlib
l.ivm 5trr-i "x rr 1 f. bs !
CUE AT UN FA I UNO .SPECIrlC. .
for Livra Ci mil isr nd pl-'ul 0.
li.;!uu att-cK tmr?.v &ju 'Up.
Lcrr, tli lir n r;vr; .c . to .
xcte a sre t t u-e-nt 1 :!. tw
pr.duc from o n r -at inln rwlrs
rFl II - J1Z 1Z l AliKD
allnnl form' 'was I ivkiUioclti.
eLt4iuox a'.l MuerTuI ul TaIuviU
p:oie.-tie',nlC"fr i; U
ONE DOLLAIT BOTTLES.
lb:rovli-r ,( nc. k befors)" II. 19 psr,
fcCat b iiij.l il CI ...
Bty iil'u.tir Utf iiKao.ta'
LtvLK lki-iLAr u vtl.. I. or tiurT4
wr-ivcr, wm.r .e m k, tt lap aJfcifc
n.i.Li ujLr. k v.. u.h r u gtuul..
J. II. .KIMN & CO.,
M-Cy.:, U . aid l'.iudrlLla.
SOLD DV ALL nr.U.iCISTS.
SU15SCIUBE FOIl TilE COUKIEI1
FALL 1872. .
L. A. iflAREURY
Earihenware, K.W L H I 5 A, Al.i)
a w t'j in? and eap-rv -.sin eraoa tLcnr n... , . . r
rtcatiDaroYtci.nt, prouncvU by al! U-a J"
who ate tat in iou0Uunri..f.iii to.u-U ! rK"J a id t-nm frs
cauveuie-co, uuiali.'k U(Ut).r. H rou!a
J 1 i-mo r iw ukva tia ti i ii;uta cl irU-k
1 u :id j jiuii-g cuuutir to e li on bia.
1 ou!d checiiu 1 le.Vr il ub'ic t.i tL
ma U Lat j w;ikca lur aie, a-jtt wn j are
now out of nij mioj in- m rearl to ite
ttuk 1 Ure ai.d tuo la.tbfulLrft jOi wLl:U
aj ork ' put no.
N. S. 1LUII IlaUigl, N. C.
furthest from Jthe one reserved for -her.
and. I elon't think I could have compell
ed myself to remain alor.e in a room
ing should cause her to
spirit was supposed to vis
Six .months passed, and at the expi
ration of that timo 1 wa but a shadow
of my former self. Mr. Sackville was
as kind iind considerate as I had any
right to joxpect, and l)ora was a decile
pupil and the warmest of friends. My
duties were merely nominal,, but I . as
riat'ft was to meet mo. awoke me to the ' M -
. I 4 u -i ii . -3Ir. haekvillo spoke but
tears from my cyci, I hurricel from the
earn. I ;.j .
On the platform stood an eminently
respectable-looking old darkey, who,
hat in hand, demanded ifI was Miss
Hello Harte, the lady Massa. Guy Sack
ville expected. , '
On my answering in the oTirmativc,
he relieved me of r my travelling bag
ind shawl, and having seen my trunks
deposited in a wagon, he W tho way
to where a handsome 'family carriage
waited. - I
Wjc were soon whirling rapidly to
rard my new home, 1 quite agreeably
astonished at such respectful attention
to .a mere governess. J
Tho mists of twilight woro j creeping
vcr the hills before i rcachod Yiliow
Grange. MagniScent willows bordered
the' long avenue leading from the gate.
Why was it that I.shirerod as I enter
it: iho boughs or those old trees
" seeded bcuding beneath tfie weight of
the tears of & past generation ; the
whinnowll tnrwvl it moiiriifnl cavt
and the dovo was cooing tp Uabs,ent
nvatc. A sad spell seemed on the
I tacc, beautiful though .jjit was. Ai
ready I felt it creeping over me.
I found Ir. Sackville and his daugh
tcr waiting to welcome me. lie was a
his dead wife, but every action showed
him always conscious fefher presence
urely I was growing strangely nerv
ous anel excitable, for this devotion
worried, nay, absolutely irritatod me ;
then I Started, too, at il;c slight(
noise a dull, throbbing pam at my
heart forbade sleep, and each morn
ing found mo more nervous and miser
able, . !
Purine the long watches of the night
I could hear the master of the house
pacing up and down his room, holding
converge with his spirit wife. ' He
would beseech his Stella to show her
self to him once more in the body, and
sometimes I fancied there was a touch
cf1 remorse in the voice in which ho
would exclaim, i
'Darling Stella 1 sweet guardian of my
b.eart and love, no one shall usurp your
place I' - " .- -""!
One night in the early spring, Mr.
Sackville and Dora having retired ear
ly, I, too, went te my room and threw
myself on my bed, not expecting to
sleep, for oblivion rarely came to me
until the night was tar spent; but my
head had barely touched the pil
low when I fell into a heavy slum
hzr. 1 awoke with a feeling of Euffoca-
ITcre whs the simple gol'jtien of my
terrible 'vijsion. : Dora's sens'ative na
ture, worked upon by her spiritual
creed, caused her to act in her sleep
what she believed could really, tran
spire. 3ut even the disappearance of
my phantom did not bring the comfort
of those few words, ' papa is , so very
anxious about Belle,' and I fell into a
peaceful sleep,, repeating them.
In the weary elays of my convales
cence I discovered what one less child
ish than I would have known months
before I loved Mr. Sackville with all
the warmth of which my nature was ca
And he? Well; he has ! abandonee!
his belief in spirit brides: and, t
;udrd against a return oHa! hallucina
tion in that respect, he has asked me
to fill the vacant place of which I had
such a horror. j .
So .Willow Grango is to i witness a
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wedding this fall, and the face of
Mrs. Sackville seems to smile on me
from over the mantel, and j her eyes
Do Peoiile: lioiitl VcIvcjx
r- There is now and the:j a person so
s:u;,i l ws to bvlit-iO that itdveitiaemcctB
to ihe news -p '-per .are not generally
reud, nd ti:.-ir, m r)e? expended in ad
vertising is practically wasted! Ev:ti
su-jli will c ucide tliat it ,a hundred
m.-k tii po'ile add:e.-s, ef flaent speech
an-1 ready ' w'.t were to cill upon 'a
hund reel others ui:d get the er.r ot each
l..'ng enough to say Jh l Simth, er
Jrti.e s. or T ivra; s m, at such a pi ;c
has such ami uc: goods at such pr.ces,
Or Wv.u!i sell a fa:m cr li :u; a.i 1 .
or i;as!o?t a h'r.-e or pockctb .k , cr
iv( u'el louu money, etc.. we say, such
men will, encode thai the sci vices ot
tbis hundred men would be of great
Vhlue to t'ini'h rrJor.es, and in some
manter advantageous to the party to
whom this statemtut was made. 'Ihe&e
or.e hundred men cm'. el not b er .ploj'
cl to go Irpm eluor to tlocr, and niikc
this s'a'emt r.t to ten thousand pepe
at le s ihaii a cstot several bundled
d )llarsccch trip. All this is done by
.the ctwspipt r. at a cost ot a few thd
loliurs at Uins, an I tbfc
- I can furnish at short notice. Cof
fins of Walnut, Poplar, Piix: or .!etal
ie, with hearse and driver to attend,
inch 17-tf. J. J. Mixeti'.ek.
Patterson, Madison & Co.
. M. E. JOYNEB,
U. S. Hail and regular paienger
line from Loujsbur to Franklintou,
Comfortable accouio-luon for pa5-.-;!-
1 be g to inform the traveling nnblif
that 1 hive charge of the above Hack
line, and w ould lie plea.d to carry
pa"senge rs w 1th pr mptnes aud tlis-'
patch tor t lie moderate price of
at all boors and easou3 I respect
fully ak the patronage of the travel
ing public. .
iuh 7-3uit , s JI. E. JoYsna.
Dci.rin Tr drrcripH'ta f GUsvar,
7sr Jk Jtsl.
io in icci,H jf hit iau 8 too it bull
Urge U't e uims u.i t-j wuii U b ta
uu ta ttunv oj ol Cm! rj iitrcoam
ti itrxu ix iu l.w iiru &7 rtjalar
97 t.AM.tt STtirr,
1 c.c: slars Tx.
X . 11- 12j
J. n Patterson.
W, A rYSadisou.
iiig; or a lew
look gentle approval into mine.
A. Wonina's Will.
An examrle cf the p rsirtcrscy arid
elertimiuaticn of womankind busjast
occurctl in Iowa. Tl:cre -was a female
win et her face like a wall ol gfanhe
agninst a new raisread being built
through her Utm Notwt 1 star ding her
oppoiith.n the road wa buift. how-vr.
fhe was wrathy, very wrathy ; !ut not
till the trains. began to rua did she ccn
meuci active war. One day , when jthe
litcomoiive came to her property, there
v.as a ia:.l feuce Luilt aciois the tr.ck,
and cn the topmost ra l, ia the vviy
middle of the track, sat the xlcma with
do'ermination ' i.d dvfiitcj blazing in
visits aie nuide week t;er week, aiitl
tlav afur day. The nu-: starrer . wl:0
travels addresses Linueit to the eir, and
ti;ke3 the party ad.irersed vh.D Le may
bave bis ih;ugbts abfo;leel ia bu-iLess
or other mailt r; lul tu-cewtpaper
r.&cLes the party si ugt t thioujh ihe
eve, when the reader h .& hii tbocghis
solely xe.i upon the pptr beiorc' him.
Lu: iLor-e who Qcct tolclieve that
there is Ltile ua in advertising urge aa
au . jt ct ion . t hat the advei ti-t uieu ta are
not ic ut!. Tu.-y can tail y ba convia-
ctd of their trrcr iu tLis respect by
n a-tiog i. q ii'y. Li-it tiitm ;tutrt .n
uuvtrtist incut tffriigto purthdse
terns artiele that ia to esab!y pltuty iu
the maiket, tni tliy will lb flodtd
with off r3 to ted betro th iLk of the
adver is.raent is dry. An.t-nterpns:cg
wak:y tliat Las a circulation ut one,
if, or tLre ttiousauu capita u iu a
pijsiu'jn t do the ti.lage merchant
great g"od, atel t r which, as a lule,
k -EPBcto nowrpji" trm ra rLOWxtt,"
"AWAU" sad -ASLMXT." M
w u iriime whilt 4 wimi mu-
TUI AT ITOU (ODWlidateO, tm 4.M.
Awrnk mm t minting" U mktn M
SafjwrlW hnliM AT 05CZ M
wixk a &aa vttkuj
Cur.uiy Order taken ia Trade, tt
.a.r.ui ia.cc, at
D. Joyaor. W. XI. Joyaor.
J. S. Joyncr.
J. D. JOINER & CO.,
04 SYCAMORE STREET.
" ; PirriirBuno, Va.
5 IHt coa.igamtnti of all knd of
I PKOIjUlE sold iu thi nuikct. an 1
will U ordrra for GROCERIES, FER
TIL:ZLUi and all otter supplies.
PLANTERS ARE REQUESTED TO
APPLY A SU KLL QUANTITY' OF
THIS FERHLL1ZER ON THEIR
COTTON AND TODACCdlnY TUE
! . " : 1
SIDE OF ANY OTIIER THAT THEY
MAY HAVE BEEN USING.
AViH;aT.$ n,Upcliarch and Thr mis.
Italeili, X. C.
I or e tf tl u Oil c wU e rhotortphi
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8. T. W1LDERS.
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Y. T. lUrrisu and Co.,
P. A. Daaa an Co.,
Todd ScLtuek ard Co.,
W. Whi '.clock act! Co.,
Great Western' Insurance
Continu?sto icakc a petUHl of
Farm property at tuitable rate. AH
Loan; occurring in thl department i
promptly adjiwtel arvl settled by the
under signed, wiihotrtthe deUy of rrl
crenw, to the Home OCice, a U re
iUired to brr d.nr, by local ngencle
of Northern and EnsUh Compaaica.
U. f. EndJ d-poitel iith taf.
Trea'irer,of t'.'v-; ttatea who lav
rfpiire such a d.-pjll to be made.
J. D. Mactix,
10 Vai Si. Norfolk Ya,
. Geu'l Agent.
For MaryUud,Ix-Unare;DUt olum
bia, VirgniLi, North Carolina, South
Carolina and ijcrgla.
Geo. 8. Pakcr,
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No, 13 Cm.
! A ulc? bualuoa oce for rent, Aj
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