tub height of iMMWNOE,-J
A cliurcli controversy liftB
on Ward's Island, near this city,
our criminals and poor arc largely gather
ed A building has been put up at the
public expense fo be ieJ w place for
religions service ; the larger part of the
people of course aro Human Ouiholics,
and the priest claims the exclusive use of
the house, although the Piotestauts, who
have souls as well as Others, want the
place for a eervice ou Sunday. A Protes
tant gentleman having asserted this right,
the priest who signs himself P. Prachen
rky, S. J., Catholic Chaplain, Writes to
the Herald aud settles the question iu
these few but emphatic words :
i Will the reverend objector inform ma
what he has to demand that meney be
longing to the State shall be used to build
.. luhorimoln n St:ite rrround to be occu-
Died bv bis sect ? The Catholic (Jlimoh
is not a sect. She and is the Church
of Christ from the time of Christ aud His
Tliis is a distinct avowaVof the dcctHn?
acted upon by tbeHomnn Catholic party
in this country daring all the controversy
about support of schools and. charities by
the State. The ouini'ous sentiment
was never so clearly put into words be
fore, bnt we have it now publicly kvowed,
aud wo copy it especially for the cousid
eration of legislators, and commissioners.
It is now held by this Roman Catholic
authority that the State has no right to
build a church for a sect; that Protestants
are a sect and therefore cannot have a
church built by the State ; but Roman
Catholics being a church and not a sect,
may have churches built for their use by
Well, it is something to know that
your euemy is at, and here we have it ou
at last. "No sectarian appropiations'
means none to Potestants, but Romanists,
not being sectarian, may have all they
want ! ! ! In times past, the Romanists
have secured these gilts from the Stale
by the power of -their votes at elections,
and political parties have given them
money to secure or to pay tor these votes.
I '.ut wu have now reached that stage in
tho war for religions liberty and equal
civil rights that Roman Catholics feet
istrung enough to throw off di.-gttise and
assert boldly their right to public money
ou the ground that they are not sectarian,
but the universal church, above all sects
und States, entitled lo receive the tribute
of the State wbjeh tribute is paid by tux
ing the sects. 8ee how it works : we
1L.1 in ,L:. Mow V tiri:
J" UIIM Uhil III IIIU I'l.ii VI VJ
nine-tenths of the taxes are paid by Pro
testunts. The Romish priest says, "You
Protestants being sectarian have no right
to public money ; we Romauists are not
a sect, and therefore may have a church
built by tho State.' B ;t the Protestants
pay nine-tenths of the money, and it goes
into the Rotniidi Church When it is ex
pendedupon their charities. So the priests
theory amounts to this, 'You Protestants
shall pay nine-tenths of all the money we
Romauists can get of the State for our
And we Protestants are just simple
ruough to submit to it aud pay tho money
without a murmur.
As to the specific case before Us, the
Ward's Island chapel, it is evidently pro
per that such a building should be put up,
and kept iu repair by tho proper authori
for the religious use of the people on the
l.-land. No one sect wants it all the time,
11 : a i j J
uur an uiua uu ouim.tv. aiiu cwuuu mi
decency would secure an equitable ar
rangement by which Protestant aud others
may uao ft. IV. Y. Observer
GOOD FOR HOGS
sometimes bear of stock farms and
graia farms and fruit farms, but a home
farm must, to a certain extent, combine
all these In one. Whera wood and water
are at hand, a lot of some acres iu extent
should be enclosed, pig tight; for a bog
range. Kven at the present price of pork,
twenty-five or thirty cents per bushel can
be realized for corn fed to hogs of affair
grade. Where care is taken in selecting
the earliest matiHug and easiest fattening
qualities of breeds or crosses, with greater
pains iu supplying the proper food for the
seaaon, aud the age of shoat, fcfty per
cent, mere than this may be safely expect
ed. Five hundred dollars in cash might
be realized every year in this way where
less than two hundred is received now.
when hauled u dozen miles or more to be
sold; at, twenty ceuts in trade.
But to reach the highest success
. .1 . A' l .. . i
urjimi iiueiu in s neK lulling, green I )0(1 it
absolutely necessary lor suramtM- feeding.
Various expedients have been tried in the
way of soiling to meet this want. Hun
garian grass, or millet, green com sown
thick, red 'clover, purslane and other more
or! ess succulent weeds, have been f d
with results more or less beneficial. Soak
iug the corn for a day or two before feed
ing it, is practiced by some. Hut none of
all these answers so well as a rich field of
red clover. If we continue to m;ike cim
the chief crop, we must cease to ne(! ;.; I.-sp
than cost and manage to fed ir o, ih
farral or continue t'o be impovt rl.t ,1 iu
soil and purse, as Wre are beiug now. 'i'i.e
tituo mw tpent iu hauling coin to tiMike:
I III lUUSt Cases l vlnt l!ie -rriii.
k " :
Llinga, could then he spent in farm iiU
prov.menu tlr.it would all the while in-
crease its value and productiveness, there
by Mrviug to iucreaae its annual prolits.
CHaxgbVoi ft Food When the warm
Heather coups ou i,i tlm spring people
I - quiic leua cu bouaeeous food, hut instead
t changing their diet as lhj Weather
t 'ranges, they continue to eat the same
!. mis ol fod i!iL-y have been eating the
IJest weather of winter, jHitPlho icoiise
H i''ucu is, that the already over-burdened
1 er, unable to hear up under this extra
l.ad. utlerlr refuse to no form ?r
- , . . . . H . , . imi'vi imi
iiiitil il h is had a chance to rest and throw i
t to n accnniulati d burdens. Firrt, people
must cat a less proportion of carbonaceous
food at all time. Second, as the weaijrer
grows waimjr iu the spring, they must
eat much less Quantity of it than thev A
jn coiu weainei, and subsmun
L ... .i i i j i .
jiiuiu vrfi-iaimn a1(,i aeia irtiits. fverv
. i it... '
janiwy hum ruvi a in eupply ot
caiuird fintis a, id green vegetahh s it ih'u
tiurv f y;ar. For single arlit-k- tWre i
noli. ng g-Md a tart apfdrt, and th v i
rli olid 10 Ued a U.l!..u':l. d (J'U l ftKI
. . . m ma . i 1
Salisbury Post Office DirGwtory
Office loiin from 7 J a. m. to 8 p. to., daring
the week,i Sundays from 7 J a. m. to 9 a. m.
Time of arrival and closing the mails. Great.
South W4stern mail from New Orleans, Louis
iana, Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga,
Tennessee, Atlanta, Augusta, tia., Cotautbia, 6.
C, ChaMottw, N. e.,ue at 9 45 p. mitotogt
i) p. rft. f r'
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Raleigh, ttorharus, Hillsboro, and Co. Shop,
due at 5 o'clock nf m., closes 9 p. in. 1
Northern, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Richmond aod Danville a.,
Greensboro, Point, Thomasville, Winston,
S:ilem and Lexington, due at 5a.m, closes 9
a. m. a .
Western, Wolfe Creek, Tenn., Warm Springs,
Ashev4le Old Fort,.Alaxion, Morganto
(.rvTuTferh. Newton. Lenoir, Catawba
StateKviUe and Rowan Mill dam
closes at 9. a. in.
North Western, from Huntsville, Yadkinville,
Richmond Ilili. Farmineton, Mocksville, Jeru
salem, arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
days at 5 pi m. closes,
ndays, i uesaays, i nurs-
davs at It); p. ra.
Hnnth Eastern mail, from CherawS. C. Wades-
boro. Ansonville, Norwood, Albemarle, Ken-1
rials Store, Uold Mill ana nocKvuie, mve
Tiiesdavs'Mnd Fridays at 7 p. m:, cloam, Sundays
and Wednesdays at 10 p. m.
Mail from Mi I ledgeviUe, Jackson UU!, Heal
ing Springs and Pool, arrives Tuesdays at 7,
closes Moiidav at 6 a. In.
Mt. Vernon Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 p. m..
and closes '. Fridays 9, p. m.
Money Orders "and Registered Letters, Office
opens daily from 9, a. ra., to 4 p. in., except
DAVID L. BRINGLE,
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ioverniagjlhe circulation of newspapers, thai
we find it jiecessary to publish the following
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4 If suliseribers more to other places
ithout i'.if nnini the publishers, and t fie
: are; sent to the former direutiuu, they
arn iieiii) resp.iDSinie, JrJi
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aud leaving them uucalled-for, is prima facie
evidence of intentional fraud.
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Newspapers. Newspapers sent from the
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photographs, types, cuttiugs, roots, seeds,
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and not exceeding eight ounces. 4 cents
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On not less than $1. aud uot over $'30, 10
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PLANTERS should examine the above-named
l-ifc. per Ibi above market.) and is universallr
aduiitted t te the lightest running gin made.
We have had thirty year's experience in 1 he
business, apd warrant every gin perfect. Gins
eonstantlyin the hands of our agents, to which
we invite mapection.
Cireulara;, with testimonials and fall particu.
lars, may lie .had br addressing,
JSKAKi. F. RUOWN, President,
TtrowiijCotton Gin Co , New London, Conn.
CR.V-WT 0UD Jfc UE1LIG, Ajrents SalisI
N- March G-im
SPIRIT OF THE ICaE
f ITE Spiiut OF THE Age will present a pair
8 ol hiieji pietues worth $i,00 to every sul
seri'nei for I!873, who pays $2 50 in advance for
a year- sillserip!ion. The picture entitled
nf I. illi.KTrui.ltirt i.Pi,iin... t....J
-r.-.....wfi, iniutni Hiiriace Ol
- ' piH is 22x)iS inches, and the picturessell in the
! KU'rc's fr $i 50 per pair.
'. II. PRITCHABO, D. D, Contributing
I. f. liuusox, Ediors.
The AGKis a weekly Familv Paper, adapted
to Ihe Home Circle, the Farmer, the Mechanic,
the Tradesman, alike in every section of the
State ; it il hot sectional in its character, nor
partizun or lecUrian. Besid allthenewaof
the day, coHated with a view to correctness and
accuracy, its columns will be filled with the
choice,! matter appropriate to the different de
partnu nts-SStories, Historical and Biographical
Sketches, Tlfcrvel and Adventure, Sabbath Read
ing, Wit and Humor, Agricultural, Correspon
dence, an Epiione of the News of the Day, &c
The publication of Original Stories is a spedat
feature of tlte Age, and for this vear we have
procured several from the pens of popular and
interesting ffritera. In thia Depariment alone
we can proniise our readers enterminment equal
in charctfi-to that of any of the popular slorv
TtUMS IS ADVASCE t
0e coirj on year, (with 2 pictures,)
i - - ? - without pictures.
x moniiM do
Kvefv rmiler of the Am
publtaWd mmm lit war. la mrntatlv rt-,ueied
io reiw tit ir patrmiag.; mtud Us j ' i
I ""I and reliable bin before buying auy other.
it combinsltbe required qualities of Simplicity.
,l I Strenrth arid Durability. It Gins fast aud clean,
i ..... .v.- i.l nub iiiiMsii uriiii'iiifr i i . ui
& A. CLODFBLTER & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furniture,
iiyi Invite attention to their stock ofCot
W sw (. Rpdateada French Chaimber Suits,
sag Walnut and painted Cane Seat Chairs.
aaawaaaaw 7 m a L-a
Rocking Chairs of all descriptions, r,xiemiuu
Dining Tables tables of all kinds Wardrobes,
Bureaus, Washstands, What-Nots, Sofas,
Reception Chahra and Parlor Snits. Also,
many other articles which we are prepared to
sell as cheap or cheaper than any House in the
western part of the State ...
Be sure to call, nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Express office, see
onr stock and hear onr prices.- Our terms cash.
Special orders (made irom pnotogrupuu iu
our office) will be supplied.
A full assortment of Rosewood, Metalh
snd Walnut Burial Cases, which can be tur-
nished at :t hours notice.
Jan Jfi ly.
' l IX SALISBURY.
tThe undersigned after an absence of mor.
than 20 yeai, during which lime he has
gained much experience and knowledge in the
proper management of business, has returned to
Salisbury, and opened Tailor Shop next door
to ihe National Hotel, room formerly occupied
by the Messrs. Horah, as a Sliver South Shop,
where he U ever ready to receive Calls and obey
orders in his line. All work warranted and
good fits guaranteed. Every possible expense
a?ed to his customers. He is in regular re
ceipt of the new styles and fashions.
Trade taken in exchange for work when suit
able to parties contracting.
Feb. 12, I873-tf:22
Tatent Well Fixture.
I We call the attention of the public to this
admirable invention- It is especially recom
mended to private families, being conveni
ent for quick filling, self emptying aud ease
iu drawing, r or uurauuuy it is uusurpass-ed-haviug
au Irou covered Top, the wind-
ass, rope and bucket are protecteu from the
weather. It is so arranged as to secure ab
solute safety from accident, even in thhuds
of the most careless, and willfully, uegligent
MERONEY & DUO.
Thej only Reliable Gift Distribution in the
TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN
L. D. SINE'S
G2nd Rcyular Monthly
To he dratcn Monday, August 1 i th,
ONE G H AND CAPITAL PRIZE
of$5,0OO in Cold:
Two prizes $ 1,0001
Two prizes S500 V Each in GREENBACKS,
Five prizes $100 )
One Family Carriages and Matched Horae with
SUver-Mountcd Harness, worth $1,000.
One Horse and Buggy, with Silver-Mounted
harness, worth $600.
One Fine-toned Rosewood piano, worth $500.
Five Family Sewing Machines, worth $100 each !
170 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Wutches,
tcorth from $20 to $300 each.
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry ,&., &c.
Whole Plumber Gifts, 6,000.
Tickets Limited to 50,000.
AGENTS WANTED to Sell Tickets,
io whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets $1 ; Six Tickets $5; Twelve
Tickets $10; Twenty-five Tickets $20.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of the manner of drawing, and' other
information lu reference to the Dhuribution,
will be sent to any one ordering them. All let
ters in ust be addressed to
main office, L. D. SINE, Box 86.
Fifth St. riNfiNNATl, O.
The Great Democratic Journal.
THE NEW YORK
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A atnmoih Eight Page Sheet, Filty-six
Columas of Reading Matter.
Contains ttU the new, foreign, domsti.- nnt.
ical and general, with full and reliable market ,
reports. Each number also contains several
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ai?ncnrtnral and scienlific matter, etc., etc., con- !
stituling, it is donfidently asserted, ihe most !
AAJI) ri I 1 1 1 a waaM. - .1
,v,"tn,'iL mvmj iicwPuer in mis country.
TERMS $2A YEAR.
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Figures, Marine Views, and Hihtorical Pictures
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and present centuries.
Our list contains port raits of HISTORIANS
POETS, ARTISTS, WARRIORS KINGS
STATKSMKN, HtSTORlC AND IDEAL
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anil e' ery man In lh land.
et.t, nder tea, tn a p ato evel pt, 'o any a. 1.1 . i.
p. tl-' aid on receipt of 6 fen a. or lo ust I'ampi.
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OKmtn Pill, are unfailint: in the core of ail
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on of tie i
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.nH k&wa V.n with .
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nt of pnee by any adv
SF.S. 18 lm I.ANUT 8T
aug 11, '72. 48: ly.
.1 iure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by deranffed Ltrer, such as
Jaundtcet ie.tiat Heartburn, Es
ters, Xercausntss, Impurity tkm,
Jtih.d, M mckol, istirtntsst
Bmk Ht.iaVtsks, 1im tn ths
II md, and if I iinarreddimrums.
El" OUT Fa MIL I SHoVLU HA VM IT
3C 3ES a
V'LL) BV ALL l It I 1 (J !MT
i iWj. :
Wni flr.t known In Am
aaaertta an watt BtaVaat thisuihost t
hiabltnble werlaV. It hailat alataat m,mm
beat aaaaea r aatf LlarlatHnat la tha
woild. From the millions a post mill
ions of tottle sold no eampfsttmt n a a
ever readied ua, and as s ttaai liag a ad
PAIN SUBDUING LINIMENT,
IT HAS 310 EQCAL.
It la racemxaaoded with nn bounded mrai tie
all caaea of OuO. Braiaaa, Uurua. aiawma. Bhenaaa.
tiam Hard 8wriUuea HUea. Cailbataa. BtUTnaaa ot
tha Jo nt. roarn Feet, Mare. tc. kc. aatoaaT all
peraout. aad for Kpraiua. Foandarm. Rliiarwotie, FwU
Krll. Svratohea, Wind-(.all. Uoof-aje, Hpavina. 8pnu.
halt. Saddle, Catlar and Uaraeaa Oallt ; also dlaamaa
of the tyc aad Ear ia
Horses, 'Miiles or Cattle.
Cure Neuralgia. Rheumatlam, Oout, Tan Back.
Salt liuetua, loiaonou Bitea, Internal Booe aud
Muscle Affection, bore Nipples, he, and Baay be
4 uttly termed Ibe panacea for all
af Reaaeaaher, this I-lnlmmt did not
apriug i In a ilnyor year, producing thb
MOST ABSURD AMI l' SATCB AL CCBFt CIA TUTU HI
KKW'Boaw am- XlcaHaooat 1 .laTaitrana. But we bare
the experienc e of ever thirty yeura of trial, with
the meat aubetauCal icaulte, and by a mnltiturtn of
If the Liniment ia not aa rt c mmended, the
Money will h Refunded,
Do not be imposed upon by wing any other Lini
ment claiming the tame propeitie or results. They
are a cheat and a fraud, be aura aad get nothing
aa-SoLC UT ALL I iKVUOMT AKS CotraTTST STORES AX
25c, 50c. and $1.00 per Bottle.
Notice Bizx or Bottlk. Sttlx, he.
LYON MFG. CO.
FEW KTVIAC ATIOKS VlA.EE A
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I It i Purely Tagetable, aod lta operation i a aeen aad
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hnce caused by Ileal, ratigue, and Kxcitmaeat. Haala
aad remote all Blotch and Pimple, dtspalliag dark
and uosigbily poU. Urireaaway Taa. riachlaa. aaa)
Bun burn, and by ita gantl but pjwerful inflnanna
mantlaa the faded cheek with
YOUTHFUL BLOOM AND BEAUTY.
Sold by all DruggUt aad Fancy Store.
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in t treat citaralteriraic af awiaarj r AmM
tt ia aa elefent miacellanr of airw liaLT"
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ia a uoiqoe god original
and unaT.t.rcaacbed abtoliaMr sriik..
tition in price pr character. The (eataZTaf
a complete Tolamc eonoot 0oplicatr UtlTla!;
titj of fine paaer aod enrrarinrw ir,
shape or nomher of rolumpt fmr am jL'm
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Nolo ithmanamg Ibe i
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aubacription laat Fall, wi.cft
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d 11 present aol.lt propon.om J
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lithera, anxiuue to joaUfT lie readr atttdl
thoa dVnooatnled, ttaee esfrted theateeTs.'
tire utmoat lo drelop aod iatproTe the wtrk
and the plan fqr the cominf rear, a aafcudJ
by the monthly iues, will iiopki aod w2
eeca the rooat aangwioc ftriewd of Ttit
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deaiana from m,ny o( the iSoat tatioeut aua
In addition, THE ALDOSE will rrptx
examples of lkcbti foreifai ataalm. mitnL
with a Tiew to atte highest artistic MtrVr
greatest general! intend ; ara.'uiii.a: im L .
become familiar, through rOsotigrapht.wcoi,
of aey kiod. "
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kMcca, af j n.priaielu ibefif ettxn
plates, appearina; in (be ur. f.r
April, Julv, nud fkiober, aD4ild be aW
the price of year'a subtcrsioa.
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"Chriatmaa" i.nnil r a ill hf enntitu.. J
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world, 44I a C44 o iriffinr;, par all omtitahd a
nlicripii.ti of thousand p errrr Htfie t
ihemtintrv t.tit. a1,r oarfulnraa and BtlftWaWm
of THE ALLJSE can le rjphaiatd.ia Wpf.
lion lo (he i.i.marii nl it enme of iu .: (trttt,
the pnMUhrr penpnwe tn make 'Wnri dta..
ble snr.," ,v thw ddlomsag linparaUrlrd utxn
Premium Cavromo for 17J
tvery auUcrilarr to TUF AU'ISF, .
par in advance fr ihe yeaf 1673, aillraVrht
eriihtnil aliiti.rtal charge, wtr .f inin
oil chrvmoa, afu-t J. J. iiilL the tan i
lih palnitr. Tlja picture ft.tiiitti. i j ,
age Beth-,'' anJ HlYoqna ia Vto. t. 4
.') ttxlau are priuied u n i' oitAiaw ,
mini ring 25 iiitKejoi.a ami litt i..
each picture. Tire same i-hrrro r v
ikw pair, ut rite art aturf A- tl i.il
icrmination of iirondu tort lo i. . t J j
t'lyr. t.oi oi uu rt-arn oi wnit ttun i i. r ,.
dcparlnx m. Ilu-flin.nn aijl l- k.i.i rirrt
pcandingly .: , ..J anv lhal can U Uti-
aht-r periodica la.l K rr e.ua)e r il i aiotA. .
a n rtiheate, or rhe .ianaierr o( Ibe palni
era, ommiamlmmy thai the ehroruo Mhthma
shall bccual lo liar aamph' titra-l'-d iU ;tjt,
or ibe tnorsey will U rt funded. The dio.t
lion of picjnrcs ofjlht rradej firre k tkr rsV'ii
her to a fare dollar periodical. oi4l markka.
Mich iu the l.i-t" tj of An ; mpti, cuueidVhitr d
.jj.'i-i. .ii i.!. . I cheapness of the prior id f HI
A LItIS E its If. tie marvel tall Utile 4.0n
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prorrd mecttauw at appliattctw. V or illu-.ti
tiul.s of th-M- litomAi, ace SoVituUr !. it'.
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The Literary Department
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M JJAJI'EN LANE NEW YoEK
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THOUGH ONLY FIVK; YKARS.OI.0.
HAS THt Urgem Iaily t jrculation . faaj
nwpap-r iu ihr State, and a cirruiati at
Wllmiogoa fifty per cent, larger thaa that
of any other pt-,-j
u;kkkly LDITIOX :
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