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1 Vmm all nni(ri Mm a a nr. t Via a a mil
rejection nd rebne for GoVWalker
wild on finan. North, 800th,
Ka.i .udesl in the SU and out of g
newspapers of the most diverse opiuionf,
acuity, situation, lnuuence ana cnaracier, 1
unite in condemning Ms scheme. Were
it worth while a Joufc lint I might be made
not Inrlndin thi ViminSnn f KnrlXlk.
xf: nA ti.'mu.Lk Ler- rMA?
'itlcbmond, the Alof, Petersbor, tlie
rri.,7. naairpwcaw n, 7cnDurg3
J:, the American, fi'Mrt and Gazette f4 Bait!-
more J the Courier of Charleston, all the
Yirgtman and Republican nf Lynchbarg,
laree dailies of New York, and in short 1
niuc-tenlhs of the Journals wh'ch hsr?
t ; jooticed the matter at all.l This unanimitr
I ; I far from surprising. The wbhder is 1
! k.t .71. Jt v:.J..t- l,alto
1 - . . w - '. I
; oeeu iea w give loriuai nuerance ..w.iwo
sucn proposuions, tue urn one aosomieiy
vn p vi ttniMuicni, mic ncn'iiu it""M- i
tionary and destroctive sit one blow of the
whole substance of the federal sy stem .
Probably there is not one mati in erery
ten thousand who can make himself b
liere that Congress would listen, to the
proposal of assaminc; all the debts of all
the StateaJ and even atteh a man would I
know that the whole plait, ir accepted by
r - n 1. l . 1 ill
r"f r.T oecom oul V6ljr
or vae oeuent 01 rpecntatora ana nura.; 1
0 oeuent 01 rpecniatora ana nns.
to the iecond; proposition, that the
1. deliberately extinguish tbemsel fee
UMKD. UCIIUCIMCIT CAklllKUlOU lUCUirsi ;,(g I
by a constitutional amendment prohibiting
them from raising money and contracting
debt, the whole country is as one. it
la patent to all, no msn denies, that the
theory of the States Rights is no looker
- . u . .P .
Observed as , It once was. But this foet
noma omy sirengtncn pur aeterminanpn
to retain what remains of our system. This
tact has already caused ja wide and deep
reaction in the North and West against
the encroachments of the Federal powr.
This fact makes it more wonderful, more
monftrous, that the Governor of Virginia
shonld oroDOse the destruction of States.
the transiormation of them into something
lest than counties or municipal corpora
tions. Petersburg Index. '
MaSSCDUSETTS TO THE Front. To
an honest man who happens to live fin
, MaNachnsetts, it mnst be pleasing to See
, what an enormous proportion of the til-
laniea that hare graced public afiaira of
late, must be credied to that State. Bat
t lerJ Alley, Ames, Wilson, and a hostjof
lesser liehts among tbe CreditMobiler
rascals, all come from Massachuetts. And
now, unabashed by the exposure tliat
hare astonished these j men aud aroused
tbe con u try, Mr. Twichell, another Mas
sachusetts man, and member of Congress,
rises in his place to pletd for a grab at the
1 public land in behalf of the Atchison and
i SanU Y Raifroad, of Which he, himsejf ;
is President. ! . ?
.. The result of his little attempt is briefly
told by a World' reporier, as follows : J
Mr. Ginery Twichell of Massachusetts,
rose and pressed the jbill to vote. Mr.
Holmanj of Indiana, asked that the rule
in relation jto members voting npen meas
ures in which they were interested be read
and said he make the i point against Mr.
xwictieii wno was rreamenioi tne ran
; 1 . ie a a
'he Speaker ruled .that
the point was at the
roaa company, 'l
tne time to present the poi
end of (he call, if the members vote;?.
Various lamendments were suggested by
the opponents of the .bill, and some' of
them accepted. Mr. Millard objectedUo
the featNro of the bill allowing the road to
make a mortgage before any work was
done. And then Mr. Twichell explained
the condition of the road, and said a mort
gage had never been executed except aa
twenty miles bad been completed and
equipped. lie arguedjthat the comple
. tion of the road would j effect a great sav
ing to the Gorernraent, the old story of
the land-grabbers, but as Mr. Twichell
persisted in ufeinff the! bill in the face of
Mir. Ilolman's hint, Mr. Cox rose and de
yJA .u.. : .11 .1.. n, i 1 k-. n
rA tb-tln .11 ll,AllmJk!hsTli.il hlon in linn
grist hehadneTerseertfoshameful an ix- - ,,1? I BPb,,r . p ,
hibition a. that of the president of a rail. T5"Kr ? '
road company advocaSng hia own busi- G ?A?h P""
nessontnofmorofthelllluse. It is more Dhel:ativ!amp80n, T
disgraceful han the credit Mobilr an- P District-Columbus and Robeson,
dal, because more unblushing, and he did j . wnvm. rnn.i.ti.0 i
W j" fs!h"!l" ? r!
rioicu 111 ppcaKinr iu larur ui tut? uiii inai
be would not Tote for it. Mr. Twichell,
considerably abashed, retreated to his Scat
and never said another word. The House
ery properly refused to pass his job.
; Many women who before their marriage
make it their study to please the man
they wish o marry, lose their affection
after marrying by carelessness in dress.
Men are fastidious in this matter. Even
wn appearance tako delight in seeing their
wives neai in appearance. They miss
ik... .A...ni.l.T . -1
dressed hair, anil the thousand tasty land
fanciful anieles wiih which young women
adorn themselves more than they wpuld
be willing jto allow. The neatness land
order which charmed them too often give
place to a slovenly mornmsreown, frowsy
hair, flip" shod and unlaced shoes and! the I
like. . Men reason that they should have
. chosen after marriage as before it. The
last .new song loses its chaiiu, corning
from the lips of a slattern. The poetry
roes out of life at a glance, and the house
hold loses its brightness. Tbe wife who
account of household cares, neglects! tier
-personal appearance, commits a grave mis
take, which to often bears bitter fruit,
and her husband leave her society for
that of others without really knowing the
Receipt for: Killing a Town. Ah ex
change very truly says : "To kill a town
underrate every present and prospective
public enterprise; speak illof the churches !
aud aehoots ; tell everybody the hotels are
bad enlarged the Tices nf the people, es
pecially the young people: never subscribe
for a lobajj paper ; and if you ate in buU
ness, refuse to advertise."
eyes are considered to 3 be a
. beauty in
ctrli of the gushing kindr In
lew of this a chemist, who deals in cos ;
tnetics', has invented an application which
produce ?n desired tender effect far bet
ter, than: onions can. and without I their
' ; Senator 1 Ransom baa introduced a bill
in the United Senate, .prorHiing for tlie
nppropriatjon of $30,000 to build a Post
otSee, Circuit Court Room, ice, at Ashe
Me, K. 0.
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rfTlMtT1!? AT f A QaTPTUrUT 7"
trJliiN JtiKAli AbbJiiMiSAj X .
1st dilHct Cufrrituck, Camden Pas
quotank ! Hertford, Gates, Chowan and
Perqniinjfths, C Wl Grandy, Jr.' Joljn L
Chamberlain Republicans j
2nd Idistrict Tyrrell, Washington,
Martin, jl)are, Beaufort and Hyde John
C RespVlsa H E Stilley, Republicans
3rd district Northarnhpton and Bei
t,e H f p-PW
5th dwirict Edgecombe, Alex McCa
be, Republican f
6th dUrict Pittr J McCotterj Repub
7th district Wilson, Nash and Frank
lin, Wnij K Davis, Jno W Dunham,
8th district Craven, A S Seymour,
9th district Jones, Onslow and: Car
teret, James G Scott, Conservative j
10th district Duplin and Wayne, W
AAIleniL W Humphrey, Conservatives.
11th Ipiatrict Green and Lenoir, R
W Kingj Republican. !
1 ...1. i xt tt - r v
. XfcU ft1 A,"w.. "cr, Vjpo X.
hieth district-Cumberland and Har
nett, Wl C Troy, Conservative.
17th, district Johnsou, 1 ; William H
18th district Wake, James H Harris,
19th district Warren, John A Hyman
20th district Orange, Person and Cas
well, John W Norwood John W Can,
21st district Granville Bourbon Smith
j'iK . " .
trict Chatham, R J Powell,
I . X jj?
24th 'district Alamance and Guilford,
J T Morehcad, Jr., W J Murray, Cor.
25th iflistrict Randolph aud Moore, J
M Worth Conservatives.
26th district Richmond and Montgo
mery, U T Long, Republican
27 ih jiig tract Anson and Union C M
T McC$nley, Conservative j
2Sth idistrict Catarrns and Stanley,
J C Barn hard t. Conservative.
29th diitrict- Meckledburg, RP.War-
30th district Rowan and Davie, Char
les Price. Conservative. i
31st district - Davison, John T Cramer,
bUffiird, Conservative. j
v iioii ivw Sk m a j Auuniiii v
t f iatnf Kiirpv bsiH w riktn I A It
Cow lee J conservative. I
34th district-Iredill, Wilk.s, and Al-
exandel, Thos A Nicholson, Phi o eaa
Uortonl conservatives. I
35th Histrict Alleghany, Ashe,
auga.'l"' W Todd conservative.
36th I district Caldwell, Burke,!
DowellJ Michell and Yancey, W W Flem-
m' n C sG uu gercon senrs lives
37th IdistrictCatawbi and Lincoln.
James R Ellis conservative. j
TO3Sihitrict-Gaston and Cleaveland,
W J ililller, conservative.
4 39thi district-Rutherford and ?Polk,
Martin jWalker, republican. i
40th district Buncombe, and Madison,
Jaa H Merrimon, conservative."
aisirici uaywooa, uenaeraon,
and Trany lvania, W P Welch, cbnserra-
42d dalrict Jackson, Swair, Maeon,
Cherokee, Clay and Graham, W L. Lore,
consenratirc. . . '; t'":':v- ,
Republicans l&i ConsenraUcs 32.
FOB H0T7SX 1 07 BXPaXSKafTiTtTXS. "
Alamance Gannt con
Alexander J M Carson.'
Alleghany, A 51 Bryan, dcm
Anson K T Dennct, eon.- m
AsheSqaire Trirett, rep.
Bcaafort S.nmael Carson, rep.
Bertie P C Miller, rep. j
Bladen A F-Perry, rep.j
Branswiek J H Brooks, rep.
BnncombeT D Johnston and Darid
- Barke Pinkney Warlick, con.
Cabarnis Shinn, eon.
Caldwell Ed Jones, eon.
, Camden Simeon A Jones, rep.
Carteret Silaa Webb, eon.
Vaawell i d x oster, txeo W Uowe,
Catawba XI B B Houston, con.
Chatham JM Morin Uanna, eons
Cherokee B K Dickey, eon.
Chowan John L Wiuslow, rep.
Clay Anderson, con.
Cleaveland John W Gidney, eon.
Columbus V V Richardson, eon.
'Crareo I B Abbott, It Dudley, I
8 Lntterlob, rep
CumberlandG W Bollard, con.,T
Cnrritnek Jamf M Woodhonse, con
t Dare Oliver N Gray, rep. v - -.
Daviaoo J T Brown, John Micheal,
Davie -Charles Anderson, eon.
Duplin JaoBStandford, JK Outlaw, broider over tbe edge,
L ' - Mmaklnraneatandbeaa-
. , - ... I
idgeeomte W r Mabson, Willis
. Forsythe W H Wheeler, rep.
Franklin John H Williamson, rep.
Gaston William A Stowe, eon.
Gates Robt H Ballard, con.
Granville Rich G Soeed U, T Hughes
Greene John Pattrick, rep.
Guilford Joseph Glimer, Wiley, cons
Halifax JnoBryaut, J J Uoodwyn,
Harnett J R Grady, con.
I Haywood II P Haynes, eon;
j Henderson James H Bly the, rep.
Hertford James oliarpe, rep.
j Hyde Wm S Garter, eon.
Iredell Shinn and Turner, eon.
Jackson. J N Bryson, con.
Johnston Wm. H Joyuer, Jesse Hin
narit, cons. .
I fones Jacob Scott, rep.
Lfnior Stephen Lassiter, rep.
Lincoln A J Morirson, con,
Macon J L Robbinson, con,
I Madison II A Gudger, con.
1 Martin J E Moore, con. contested.
McDowell Dr. Freeman, eon.
Mecklenburg Jno E Brown, S W
Mitchell J W Bowman, rep.
! Montgomery Allen Jordan, rep.
1 Moore Dr John Shaw, cou.
: Nash Lindsey, eon.
! New Hanover , Jaraea Heaton, Wil
liam H McLaurin, c il d, Alfred Llody,
j Northampton -Burton H Jones, rep.
I Onslow J W Shackleford, con.
Orange Pride Joues, Jones Watson,
Pasquotank, F M Godfrey, rep.
Perquimans, J R Darden, rep.
: Person, Montfort McGehee, con.
Pitt, WnsP Bryant, Guilford Cox,
i Polk, N. B Hampton, rep.
I Randolph J W Bean, Harrison Fra
Richmond, Robert Fletcher, col'd, rep
ltobeson. VV S XMOrment: 1 . A McNeil,
M,n. ?? I
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1 "wvuiiigiiim, Aiuoi, a uiouesf
I nn,. v V T tr n : 1
Rutherford, Eli Whitsnant, rep.
Sampson; J R Maxwell, Bryan,
Stanly M T Waddell, con.
Stokes, J G II MichelU con.
Fnrry, Harrison M Waugh, eon.
Swain T D Bryson, eon.
Transylvania F J Whitmire, eon.
Tyrrell, Bertlet Jouee, eon.
Union Lemuel Prcsson, eon.
Wake, Richard C Badmr. John C
Gorman, Stewart Ellison, col.. Rob't S
! Warren, Goe H King, J Vm H Pas
Washington, D C Goyther, rep.
T -W W m
watanga joa. u lodd, con.
11T T s-t m l - . .
v ayne, j j iiuoaea, m. iv Uoaeland,
Wilkes, A 0 Bryan, T J Dula. rent.
Wilson, H C Mess, eon.
Tadkin, J O Marler, eon.
Yancey. J R Byrd
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CompliU SeWinff MACHINE,
The first and only BUTTOX-HOLE AND
BClVTVn t A (Ml IKK enmhihrfd tKat K..
made its advent in this or any other eountrv.
tar The following reaaoos are given why
this is tbe best
! Family Machine to Purchase.
lj Becanaeit will uo, 7. uecaaoe yo caa
everything that any ma
chine ea do, aewlBK
from ! the fiaeat to the
coarsest aateriaU heat
mi nr. failinr. cordiac.
qnicklj raise or lowerthe
feea to adapt It to taick or
b. Becaaaayoa aave a
ahort deep bobbia bv
erijt and aewing'oa.at
braiUiaf, bindiax, gatu-
which the thread ia eon
staatly drawn froca the
tits : aaae ume ranuafr.
ceatre : tbe tension la
qailtiag. ete batter than
ooaaeqnently even sad
sbv etner mac Biae.
aoes not break tbe thread.
9m Ueeaosetbe oresaer.
a:a mnreaaMly adjaated
than any other machme.
foot turaa back; that tbe
cloth caa be easily re
3 iBecaoaait eaa work
a beaatifttt battoa-hole.
moved Alter being aewed.
IV. Becaose tbe best
making as fine a pearl as'
necbaaica pronounce it
bv the hand
tbe best finished and
4. i Uccmqm 11 win m-
made on tbe best prlnci
pie of any machine man
aractarea. It has no
tirai border on aay gar-
springs to break; noth
ing to get oat of order.
6. 1 Becaaae it will work
II. Because it is two
a beautiful eyelet hole.
macbinesin one. A Brr
fl.i Because it can do
Tox-noLB Woskiko and
Sewio Macuink com
over-hand seaming,! by
which sheets, pillow cas
es sad the like are sewed
over and over.
No other Machine can accomplUli the
kind of sewing stated in ros. 3, 4, o, and 6.
Parties noinjr a family sewing machine want
a Whole Machine, one with all tne improve
It is to last aXIFETIME, and therefore one
is wanted that will do the most work and do it
the I best: and this machine can do several
kind of sewing not done on any other mnchine,
besides doing evcrv kind that all others Can lo.
! The American of Plain Saving Machine.
(ithout the button-hole parts), noes all tnat t
done on the Combination except bimcn-liole
U MHKONEY & BUO., ARt,
! j Salisbury, N. C.
Examine them before purchasing any other
t do not hesitate to say the American Combina
tion saratseit all other machine?. lUHides Uoinp
all the work that other machines can. it oversea ms.
and works button-hole in any fabric, from Swiss
muslin to Beaver cloth I have med Sinccr'n
stoats', Howe's and the Weed machines, and find
the American far superior to them all.
j Mis il. RCTLErGl.
I have ned six difterent Sewing Machines. The
American surpasses them all.
j .; j Mrs. A. L. Raixet
I have u wl The Singer and other machines and
would not exchange the Aimricnn fnrsny.
i Mrs. II N. Ukixgt.k.
Salisbitrt, X. C, May 221. 1S72.
HKROXET I Bao., Agta. ADiericnu Com. S. M
SiK: I have used ti e Howe. Sinper, Wbce'.er &
Wilsou, i!roxA Oibba Sewinr macLiiie. and
would not give tbe American Combination for all
of thura, it will do all that is claimed for it in the
ci'colar. I consider it snperior to all othtrs I
have ever acen. Very Uespectf ally.
Mm. (!bi. W. Hakbixsox.
Wetho afidertge4 take jrreat pleasure in giving
our U-timotiy In fuvur of tlie American Sewmp
Machine ir f idereuce lo any other, lelieyinjr thkt
ih it trnthfully recomtnended aa the best mchiii
made. ltwHimple, (lurable. runs very light and
does not get out 01 rder or drop Rtitches.
Mas. Latra M. Ovkrmax,
A . L. Foi-st,
" J. Allkm Frowk,
A. W. NORTHKRN.
A. K. Jokes,
!. il. K. TnoM asox,
We haveeen flsminv &dvertiametita and liarrl
murb said by tgentaol other machines.
nr. 1 1 r : l j -i 1 1 . . . i. .
c win ivncik ufic imDuicu uuuar. w iDf con
tending party, if after a tail trial belore competent
jnngestne American Macbiae will notdoaa well.
if not better, the work done on any other machine,
and do valuable work that no other machine can
We bare been Agents for Sewing Haehines aince
1856, have sold Singer's, Lad Webster's, At water'
and Florence's, and have abandoned all for tbe
Send and get aamptes of work.
27: ly MEKONEV A BR0., Ag'U
THE proprietors of these justly celebrated
Mills am iu the market for WllEAT, and
solicit calls from all "who have it to sell. Ther
pag the highest market eath prices.
Thev also solicit orders for Flour Ther
mannfacturo four diffipj-ent grades of Floor,
ranirmff JJest Tamilv. T,a.milw. T3x.
I . . '
I xra, ano Doper,
Tliey aTso sJlicit orders fitr Iiran.
Ther exchange or rrind foT toll, as mar be
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Tb Msvin, PiUj are-SQf&Uin i th ears of aU
thoM cainfal and daneron diapuea to which tha
fcmsla eoattittitlen Is snbjnet. Ther modems sll
xcmet aqd rmnoTf alt ebttracUoos, from what-'
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they ars pknjetifif fuit t tier wiu in a thort
j en uts nxmioiy penoa WTtnTernUrtty;
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ral to tha constitution. Ia ail caaea of Nartooa and
8plal ASacUons, Paina in tha Back and Limba.
fatlcna on slltt rxartion. Pmlpttstton of tha Heart.
BriUrlca and White, ther will alTeet a enra whm
oil other mean hare failed. Tha eirenlara aroim i.
c.paea sirs ibii oirmmni ana auric, or
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ia oil eaaea of BpencWrha. or Seminal Weak
aaaer WihUy. Dally or Pnmatmt Kmieaione ; 6az
aal Weatneee or Imptrnrw ; Waaknaaa arWnctroaa
Secret Habttaaod nrol Xtetmm ; aeteroW of tha
GaoitaJ Orcaaa; Weak Spine : Pepeelta la tha Urtao,
aad aU thajrhastly (rata of Diseases artrn froaa
Oremeaot XeMe. ' They ere wheat ail oCherrem
fWa fciU aarhie of Adrice ia e-h box. er wUl
beaentrreatoaay addreea. Prtrwfl r Box.
Bant by ami L aaaairefyieafedj ew ail eteereartea an
reoarpaae artea. Ueu A a tr. Hue as, ia ijobti. abbb
aw To ax. Sola uiaarii Acaatarr i
an 14,72. 48: ly.
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rive llnndred Eograviors and a
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va'.oe and beaotv of THE ALD1SE will b
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tbe doae of iHe year.j WbiU otbet pcblinauoiai
iar riainfl aapenor coeapoesa, bm compared
ilb rivalaof a similar claw, THE JLLDISE
i a anion and ortrinal. wmctptioa alasa
and onapproaKked-balatelrwlLbotrt coaopa.
litioa in price or cbsracter. Tbe poaaeaaor of -
a a a . . " -
a conptete vol me coo not capltcsle the emu,
tity of fine paper and enrravinci ia aav !hr
shape or number of H!cmra for t ten fmcs itm
a .a -a m m m "
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doubled durinx bt past year: prariar that tb
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a einrert eflort ' ia the cans of Art. Tbe peb
liabera, aazioos to itsUfy tbe reailv cobSdencs
ihns demonatrated, biv exerted PbenMeJre to 1
the Btmost to develop and improye tbe work:
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a .a a a a t - - -
MJM montaiy issoe; will aaMftiah and delir.
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la addition, THE A LDISE will mrodoea
examples of tbe beat forrijrn masura, aelccfed j
with a view to tha hifchest artistic aocceaa, and !
irreatest reneral Interrst; aroidii such aa bare !
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of anv kind. i (
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produce fonr of Jobn p. DarU inmiuble child !
kHches appropriateto the raeaaona. Tbes i
plates apearinc in the isawea; for January,
April, July, and October, would fje alone worth
the price of a year's ilscrisiion
The popular featurr of a copiofaly illostraled
"Clirimas" numterNrill be continaed.
To mssess sorb a yalnable epitome of tbe art
world, at a cost so trifling, will jrornmand tbe
snharripttona of thotMinds in every section of
Iheccwiritrr ; lmt, as ila? uaefolneand attractioos
nf TlIEALIHSEttn be enhanced, in protr.
tion lo the numerical increase of its supponeca. '
me pniHirnera propose io mat "jaai ranee ooo
ble aore," by the following nn paralleled cCero.
grcmlnm Cnf omos Tor 1873.
Kvery sobscriber to THE ALDIXE, ko
pays in adramv (or tle year 17$, will recti re.
without additional riarpe, a Srof beaulifol
oil chromoa, after J.U, 1IUL the eminent Kcr
lish ttaittter. The pctnre entitled, 'Tbe ViiT
ajte lWUe," and -(.'rcinK the Moor," ara 14 It
20 inches arc irinied from 25 different elates.
requiring impn shjons and tints to perfect j
earh picture lite sm chronios at aold for !
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x cerlilicair, ort-r Ihd signature tf the pnUifb j
era, jytaratfrig that the ehromoa ddirrred '
shall lie equal to I he simples furTttlied lle aprnl, i
fr the monev will M refunded, i The d'mtriL- f
lion of pirinres of this prade, free to the subarri
hera lo a fire dollar priwliral. will mark an e-
lorli in the li4orr
unprrreilttitel rlieapneas of the price of THE:
ALTUXE iieelf, thehnarrel fatlU liule Wt t4
a rairscle, eren lo ihW beat aaequaiated with j
Ike achiereinenta of inrrniire eeniiw and im- !
proved mechanical appliano-s. ((K illuetra- i
lions of ihee chromqa.se Nori-mLer issue of!
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TIIE MORNING STAR,
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THOUGH ONLY FIVE YF.AE3 OLD. I
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ilmuiffton fifty per cent, Urjrev thaa that !
of any other paper.l i
WEEKLY EDITION t
Now eonilHoed with ibe claoUXA FaI-
MIR. making one of the lat A aXBOXJ
ZTetfftpapers in the Satb. Cirtolatioa i
I very large and rapally iurtvaing. "j
UnSCKIPTION PEICE: !
Daily Star Lf year J 7 fAl
" Q moot ha..; 3 0 j
" 3 uonths.. 2 0 i
Weeklt Stab t y-ar i J2 Jo !
0 months.. J 1 00
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It n.sv b saMv asserted that no news-
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made soeb rapid proaress aa The MoaJtiSQ
LarS' nJ for spefiinen copiaa.
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MTbe Oldest and ,llest of lie Eclectics,-
tSU BSqUIBE N )W ;
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TIC entrrs upon 1st twnty-imtb -yrar. It
l .1 1. .. . .1
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