THURSDAY, DKCEMHEU i,
u'imI l-' t.v ot irieiids weut
Gov. .Ian i
MP tlie VC6tM U KO.UI VMilJ.i;.V
in for the purpose of joining in tne nrst
,m the Blue Ridge. The road' is complo- reflations, &c, in reference to the pro
lnviinL The Governor I :a.t nf tlin int(r.nr(!iiiu: canal.
.mm - . .... ? .1 f ktf l lina fl
lll AO UOUUt nilX 111 Iiupuiiaui. uuoiiivi"
i i the trip.
r 't'h. Woodman, of Chicago, is an
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nouuewd as having discovered a means for
making light 'front water so cheaply as to
oliviitte the need of EddUon's electrical
light, while it exceeds it in cheapness and
brilliancy, Mr. Woodman is said to have
- disregarded old theories and' claims that
it has made a new discovery. ' If it be
tru we shall soon hear more of it, other
wise it will soon cease to be talked of.
Mr. Tildes.- This gentleman says he
does not desire the nomination for the
Presidency--that he was elected once and
t 'ue people are becoming well satisfied of
the fact -Hat he is getting old is 1 tired
and wants to rest. , He has a fortuue and
prefers to spend the balance of his life at
ease in his home. He has labored much
ir the success of Democratic principles
u dead opposed to Tammany, to Kelly
Wnd b relied oil as a patriotic helper in
liromoting the cause of good government
iu the State and general government.
In nine cases out of ten a man's life
will not be a success if he does not bear
burden iu childhood." So says "Young
Folks' World." But is not the proportion
ninth smaller? We believe it might have
Mid in 39 cases out of 40, instead of nine
out of ten. Count np tluse of your ac
quaintances whose lives have been suc
cessful. They arc few and far between
even including those who were burden
bearers in childhood.
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Maine. News via Boston, Dec. 16, says
a count has been made by the Governor and
council of Maine; which resulted in the de
livery of certificates' to a sufficient number
f Democrats to give that party a majority
in bothbranches of Jhe legislature. The re
publicans are riled at it and say it was done
on technicalities and informalities in the re
.Later accounts, however, leave the state
ment doubtful, in 'part, at least.
I SenatorkHainpton has expressed to the
Washington correspondent of , the New
.York TlltraUl his entire approbation of
t he .bill recently introduced by Senator
Bayard for the retirement of the green
back circulation. He says the Democratic
party is esseutially the hard money party
and that this bill is strictly in tne line of
Democratic principle and precedent. Sena
tor Jlampton further told the reporter
t hat, the iouth only needs to-be fully un
derstood in order to be fully trusted.
Is Your Drixkixg Water Pure ? Dr.
Wood wishes to announce for the North
Carolina Board of Health, that the chem-
ist of the board is now pushing forward
iinaiyses oi urinKing water, mis work
is done free, the only expense being the
freight to the laboratory at Chaicl Hill.
Directions for packing, and other, jufor-
nation on the subject will be furnished
n request. This opportunity will not
lait very-long, and all should avail them
tsclvesof the Tare privileger Address Dr.
T. F. Yiol, Wilmington N. C.
Bob LMiarr, colored, a noted desperado,
" .who is charged with three or four mur
ders, among which were his own wife and
her mother, (in pursuit of whom law ofti
cers both iu this State ami South Caro
limyuad hitherto failed), was known to
o in a itousen Charlotte, Wednesday
night, as we learn from the Observer ; aud
w party weut to arrest him. Tliev coin-
; manded him to surrender, but he sai4
ho would die first He was uuder a bed,
but he was well armed and fought des
peralely. In he melee he received a shot
iu the forehead and sank dowu dead in
. his tracks. - : !
j. Some of the Democratic papers appear
e xtremely anxious tomake it appear that
Mr. Seymour will not agree to be a can
didate ; under any circumstances. Are
hiich papers really desirous of the sue
lees of the Democratic parey ? Wil
This . paper noted the fact that Mr.
Seymour had refused to be a candidate,
but did so without auy "extreme" anxie
ty. The W takes it for granted that
Mc Seymmjr does not mean what he says,
and therefore raises a question of Gdelity
to tlie Democratic party, against such
papers as decline to follow it.
,We think it too small a matter to bo
niade a test of so grave a questionT
Tire Egtptiax OuELisK.-There was a
popular up-rising at Alexaudia, Egypt,
I against the Americans who went over to
bring away Cleopatiia's Needle, and "the
military had to be called out. to suppress
it. We are really not surprised at it, for
: we think the occaniou was enough to stir
the opposition and rt'sistunco of the pco-Vle-
'fe Kkedhein a moment of great
- 'gave it to the American gov.
ernment, many years ago, and has since
r passed away, but not without leaving be
hind i records on 'which the Americans
.rcstUicir claim.- These have beendufy
considered and honored by the rulers of the
S country," who will tloubtlcsi protect the
Aniencans'Vho'areiinw engaged iu the
worf removal, they 'carried out all
StJie iieeessary machinery for lowering anil
flatingitXiH shipboani. Their liicula
tiohs wasthare'Wii'Very carefully iuade
aud the'iuachiuery prqvided well adapted
Ji the work us they have already lowered
! the shaft nnd.will soonfhavo it floating on
. . ihe ocean. i ' " ' '
mm. rmt 'TlKaa- I
nominations seiit tojtlie Senate on Tues-
tnr nnfi rniflliori. WaS D. Lb Brill "TIP.
I -J -; -
p0stmaster at Salisbury, and Robert Al.
prreii, Jr ayeueviue. j
A special committee of eleven nas oeeu
...: l tfnnaA trt Irint1(1pr All
I JWV V Ww .-. - , .
I PW1 ff . A ' . ..n liAfnM tfl
. lliere: IS n DCHIC.: ICBUluunu
committee of which; Scales, of A. C, w
chairman, to authorize the secretary of
theiuterior to negotiate for the relinquish
ment of the Ute rescyation in Colorado.
There were 200 bilU introduced in the
A bill is Dendins to prevent men who.
w ere in the Confederate army, from be
coming officers in the United States army.
It is unreasonable and will not pass.
Congress is preparing to investigate the
uecro exodus, and to consider the expedi
ency of providing such territories as may
be necessary for the use ami occupation
of such of them as may desire to get out
to themselves. They are fixing to ex
terminate the negroes.
; ' ' . ' ; .
If Scales of N. C. can do anything to se
cure to the poor indians quiet andVpeace in
the possessions Congress has given -them it
will add to the glory of hiscrpwn in heaven
whether it does him any good on earth or
Vkrt Tbue. A cotetnporay says 3Ir.
Tilden is between the upper and nether
millstones worried and bedeviled by the
lies of the news makers. f
The citizens of Mocksville make their
own bacon. Tuesday, i was butchering
day there and about 150 hogs were slaugh
The Afghans arc giving the English a lit
tle anxiety just no by rome demonstra
tions of activity and power not anticipated.
The Readjusting legislature of Virginia has
elected William JIahone to take the plac
of Hon. Robt. E. Withers, in the U. S. Senate.
There are flourishing srhnola t Yadkin
College and the place is improving in busi- J
ncss and population.
One hundred exodus negroes from Golds
boro, N." C; arrived in Petersburg on Mon
day. A law suit for $10 worth of land was re
cently ended in Virginia at a cost of $1000
"Booms!" Of all the contemptible things,
this is the most so.
A young girl at Morehead city committed
The President on the South.
(From tne New York TtntesReDubUcan.)
The President's allusions to the Southern
question are inferential only and are con
ceived in a spirit as far as possible remover
from that which haa been too assiduouslv
cultivated by many of his party friends. It
might be difficult, indeed, for any one fresh
from the perusal of partisan harangues and
imperfectly acquainted ! with the motives
uiai aiciarea tneir delivery, to believe that
the national Executive has not been guilty
of an unpardonable omission. Excitin? elec
. tion cries still ring in our cars. Great efforts
have been made to convince the country that
nothing less than Providential interposition.
through the agency of "stalwart" Republi-
camsm, can avert another civil war. One
section has been described as arrajed against
another, and Northern loyalty has been ad
vised once more to gird on the sword and
prepare for a decisive conquest of the South
Ifsomo of the statements put forward bv
oratorical giants are to be literal Iv accented.
the bouth is preparing to seize the covern
mcntand to use all available machincrv for
the attainment of the most diabolical ends
On the same authority, we have been requir
ed tq, believe that all other subjects are triv
ial in comparison with this subiect of sec
tionalism; and it is certain that the preva
lence ot this -belief has a very close connec
tion with recent Republican victories. The
North; in short, has been halt persuaded
that the Union is again in peril, and that an
aggressive, unyielding policy on the part of
Kepuuiicans can alone avert terrible dis
As at least, one member of the Adminis
tration labored zealously io inculcate this
lesson, We must assume that the President
is not ignorant of the facts on which it is
based.If there- really is danger of another
sectional conflict, he may be supposed to be
acquainted with all the indications of dan
ger to which his advisers have access. And
as the constitution imposes on him an obi i-
gationr to "give to the Congress information
of the state of the Union" and to "recom
mend to their consideration such measures
as he shall judge necessary and expedient,"
we naturally turn to this message for a trust
worthy presentation, of a verv alarming
But wesearcbin vain. Either thereat
sectional contest is a product of the partisan
imagination, or by an incomprehensible ac
cident the President has overlooked it. The
latter hypothesis is hardly j probable. Mr.
tiayes is not a man likelv tb overlook the
Contingency of impending civil war, it
wouia have been the uppermost tbin in
u uiougms. insteaa ot direful lamenta-
ions, he is cheerful, hopeful.'and even grate
ful. How is the anomalv to be exnlinnt
Can it be that 'the sectional issue, having
..v. uijoc iu me laie; elections, lias
been shelved until next July ? Or is it that
the President is impelled by a seuse of duty
to quietly "extingursh the sectional flame,
and to set 'forth the only aspect of the
Southern question which.1 properly concerns
In oue short paragraph, Jcoiitaining no
mention of the South, the President sets
forth all there really Isinthe Southern ques
tioa.' The North has seWthat under the
present local governaients tlie Suth does
not aff.ihl nn;...i A -J j v .
In th!. f SCCyn frt'C'dm I
- -,- v.oV wnuc ciixutv irauenjse. i
"On this paramount question of popular
rwrhf " fh Ami tli is At. fault tnrf th knAv.
Jed?e of he fact has awakened throughout
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the North a "zeal in defense of the primary
rights "of citizenshipn which in a political
contest is irresistable. Other questions ad
mit of differences of opinion, and a series of
States cannot be uniformly influenced by the
discussions to which such questions lead.
The right of suffrage, however, is fundamen
tal, and when an issue grows out of its sys
tematic violation by one set of States, the
power of public opinion in the other States
will, as the Presidents remarks, "override
all political prejudices and all sectional and
State attachments, in demanding that all
over our jwide territory the 'name and char
acter citizens of the United States shall"
"carry with them unchallenged security and
respect." i So terse a statement of the merits
of the controversy pricks many wind-bags,
and clears the ground for the practical ef
forts that are needed to remove the only
tenable pretext for social irritation. The
Northern demagogues, who would persuade
their audiences that it is necessary to pre
pare for further conquest ,have their counter
part in the Southern demagogues,?who talk
as their section must choose between sub
jugation and constitutional monarchy. Mr.
Haves effectually disposes of both classes.
He does not snub the one or scold the other.
He simply says that the American people as
a whole so keenly feel any attack upon the
rights of citizenship that they will not tole
rate the party which is responsible for the
wrong. If this mild assertion of an undoubt
ed truth wounds Southern pride, it will be
because the South is conscious of the weak
ness of its position.
Nor does3Ir. naves neglect the. opportu
nity of exploding the absurd inventions of
men who have gone about boasting of what
the North will do to coerce the South Cer
tain laws designed to guard the right of suf
frage are in the statute book; the country,
he says, will demand their enforcement. If
these laws arc defective, he adds, the duty
of Congress, within constitutional limits, U
to correct them. Here, ia a nut-shelMs the
Republican policy in regard to the South.
It aims at the universal assertion of a great
right; andT seeks the attainment of its pur
pose by means to which no rational' South-
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in thus indirectly expounding all that is es
ruer can oojecc j ne tone ot rnef resident
sential in the Southern question should con
tribute to the abatement of sectional animos
ity, North as well as South. So far is he
from assuming that the sections are neces
sarily antagonistic, that he declares that "if
the public mind cun be set at res on this
paramount question of popular rights, no
serious object will thwart or delay the com
plete pacification of the country." Tlie Pres
ident is right. The country is tired of sec
tionalism, and will appreciate anyonest
effort to extirpate the wrong which jlone
makes Northern sectionalism powerful.
Circulation of Silver Every Con
gressman His Own Bonanza.
Special Dlspatcn to the Baltimore Sun.
W ASiiixoTox, Dec. 11. Secretary
Shermau and Treasurer; Gilhllan are de
termined to continue paying silver dol
lars to the extent of ten per cent, on
salaries and obligations until Congress
checks the coinage. Members, of Con
gress are now paid ten er cent, iu silver
and some of them" growl about it and re
sort to all sorts of dodges to escape the
ponderous payment. So many of them
have begged offiu one way ami another
that there is an accumulation of six thou
sand dollars in silver in the safe of the
scargant-nt-arms of the House, which he
don't know what to do with.. It repre
sents the amounts which were paid him
to pay members, but which they liave
avoided taking. Treasurer Gilfiyari will
not yield an iuch, however, and says they
must take the silver, that it is lawful
money and must be circulated. Attempts
to dodge the issue by taking checks has
been thwarted, and now wheu a member
calls for six hundred in checks, for in
stance, he is paid five hundred and forty
and the balauce in silver. The original
silver men do not irrumble at this. hut.
those who oppose the movement to rein
state the silver dollar make a great fuss
sayiug thnt they are weighted to the earth
in attempting to carry ten per cent, of
their own nay. In conversation to-dav
Treasurer GUfillan said that the per cent.
of payments : in silver woald nrobablv
soon be laijgely iucreased. Were pay
ments madd strictly in proportion to
available funds in the treasnrv ' thra
would be thirty per cent, of silver paid I
out instead of ten. In the treasurer's
opinion we are coming to this if coinage
is kept up at the preseut rate.
Purchase Tax ox Cotton. The Ral
eigh Observers publishes a letter: from
State Treasurer Worth written in 'July
last in rcferennco to the purchase tax Mn
cotton, which is of interest just now -as
purchasers are requiied to make their re
turns after the 1st of January for the six
mouths preceediug. Tho Treasurer says:
"You ask : - . r
1st. "Are cotton dealers, who pur
chase for themselves or as agents for oth
ers, subject to the tax of one-tenth of one
per cent on their purchases 1" I answer,'
they are. 11
2nd. "Are merchants who make ad
vances on liens, aud in additou to goods
furnished, advance mouev; aud receive
cotton iu payment, subject to tax to the
amount of money advanced!" I answer
they are. :' .
Wavixo of the R. Suiht. New York.
Dec. 12. At a nieettu of the Uiiion
League Club, last night. Col. Ruh C.
Hawjuus offered u resolution tlmt no
Southern member should be elected, aud
iu suppoi ting it said that the South was
agaiu Diauifcfttimr nieuHcinirsvmtoiu and it
was ueceisur to take some action. Jackson
S. Schultz thought the resolution should
be laid on the table as it wa. iiriimssible
i ; iiUfifufimiQ
to ten who were Uemocrats and who not.
A rote takea and the reaoIatiW laid
ou ine lauie. ; t
. r!DUEBBAUfei;s JUlJUlJoV,
WWT J , i:
lllHI ,- - "IV
China Linen Dolls,
Wax Dolls. t ,
JAPAKESE FAriCYi WARE.
Bohemian Toilet Bets.
Pistol Caps. !
Pride of Kev West,
VALUABLE STORE LOT
FOR SALE !
I will e!l on Monday the 12th day of Janu
ary at public iHielkm, the Yacaiil Lot adjoininj;
my Store 30 Icet front and 90 fet dte--to
the liijrlie'. ladder. ! ravmtnt.s will be made
to suit the 'urchahCr:
9;3t. E.ll. CRAWFORD.
LYNCH'S SELECT SCHOOL,
High Point, IT. C.
An English, Mathematical, Classical, Com
mercial and Scientific Academy.
Maj. W. B. LYNCH, A. M., Principal,
B. P. REID, A. B., Aaw-iani.
lThe Spring Session of 1880 beginn January
21st. For Circular Address,
Mij. W. B. LYNCH,
High Point, N. C.
J. M. BROWFS
have a Larger Stock of Holiday Goods
this year than ever befor-, to which the at
tention of purchasers is culled :
TOYS, FINE CANDIES,
And the Largest Stock of China Good in the
CITY, AND EVERYTHING
in the GROCERY line All new and freh
9:2t At J. M. BROW .VS.
MEBANEVILI.E, N. C,
Is now PRE-EMINENT among Southern
Boarding School tor Lnj s.
The 171st Session ending Dec. 17th,
1879, h.w been the nlo-t prosper. u in the 68
years of the School's I) Utorv.
The 172nd Session will begin Jan. 14th,
1880. Board $12 utr luontu. Tuition $00
per .Session, for Catalogue giving lull par
ticulars, Address, Maj. K. BINGHAM.
9:1 m. Sup't.
NOW DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
JUST RECEIVED AT BARKER'S '
AnElegant Assortment of 'A NeW Ulfl E 1 Cgil 11 1 As S () 1 t 111 dl t
Oliristmas Goods: FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
Consisting of Toilet Sets, White, Ble,
Mack, Green and Chocolate colored, Va
ses to match ; Epergnes, Bud Vases, Sil
ver mounted Toilet Sets; ltuflftian Leath
er Perfume Cast's, Jewel Caskets, Toilet
Cases, Colgates Ues Soap. A lot of Ja
panese Ware, such as Trays, Puff Boxes,
Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Cull
Boxes, &.c, &.c, Sec.
Call and see for yourself, as it is impos
sible to enumerate them. S'Jit
BEEP HIIES, FUES,
RAGS, METALS, ANPIKOXS,
i SIIEP-SKIXS, ; WOOL,
LOOSE CO i'TON,
And other Produce Wanted. Don't For
get. S. J. BiNSWAXCEH,
laTouE Oiiosit Post Office.fi
"8:1m : s ; f : i
BY THE0. BUERBAUM.
Christmas Goods 1879.
iinil)llltll 4J Ui4ttt""
- Vanilla do
Strawberry . do
Cream do .
MIXTURE, 25 CTS. PER LB.
t-Fgael? j Vim ' w&S fill
mrrtvimtwmm vases &
mnpm flrnporiott P.o P.o migm&MSml DOLLS -
DON'T PAIL TO SEE MY STOCK OF CHRISTMAS GOODS,
Before buying elsewhere. I have a fine Assortment of French
and Domestic Candies, Raisins, Soft Almons,
Cocoa -Nuts, All kind of Canned Goods.
Malaga Grapes, Florida Oranges, California Pears, Northern Apples, Figs.
- A Fine lot' of Vases, Dolls, &., c., &t
Have just receive a lot of Fresh Jpairv Cheese, Canvassed
HAMS, DKIED BEEF, IN FACT EVERYTHING USUALLY
Kept in a First-Class Grcx crv Sd re.
Smokers must admit that my Stock of CIGARS a:e the Uest on the Market; alsf
Fine Chewing Tobacco ami Snufl'. HARRIS' is the place, next to llorah Je
You may always rely on miuin the Best
Bt LUJT SlUIC .
SIX GRADES OP SUGAR,
Cannon Fire Crackers, large variety; the Largest Torpedoes ia the place. Tropicr.l
Fruits, Nuts and Candies of every kind.
BREAD A1TD CAESS
Baked daily. manufaeture the Best Pork Sausure to be found in the City.,J
I also Wholesale Pork. Don't fail to:all on
t J 1 1 in : I
Almonds, S. S.
do Sheila 1,
Pecans, . - -Brazill,
(linger Snaps, .
. Ixmion do
OAT MEAL CRACKEi,'
to be had in the Confection and Eakin" '
ISAAC A.SHEPPARD &C0.fS<!aere4a
Manafacturers of TEE CZLE2BAIED
Unsurpassed for Durability, Economy, and Convenience
Coaklmlac an IayMrawati f TsIm,
Aa4 Ferfeet la Openttaa.
ALSO A VARIED ASSORTMENT OT BtmRlOB
C. F. BAKER Tcdr, Salisbury, N. a
Q HOP connected with i? fc . ! i
upiesaaa WARRANTED All triS mTtSt7
promptly done WSjjk
rm&i iHEHIUM AWAHjjtjr
AT THE .. '"iNt-
Note tlie following imDrovPm
the machine. Improved paK-ut Jouma!
iiuui.!, minis iiireiiu Willi
THE LIGHTEST RUNN1NQ
" BEFORE THE vvm U
Soul cheaji for eash,"or smaM
instalmeuts, at the office of th e-f
Manufacturing rornpy, nest Ak f
Barker's Drug Store. -
Bnges! Bigesj! Bsfflfijr
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR loin T
OF EMERSON, FISIILR & cy
Celebrated Bugglcswiu, u ithcut ;
DSSCRliTIOM,! ! -
Bodies Coal-box and Piano. r. : ! 4
soued wood, clued imiT.?! f
. before put fit ed. wuca jirta
TYRK-MadcorbestRetlEeJ Iron, secured lrm
way Iron bolts. cu "JAor-
' "-"".mmui gum stni'icz and mh
T0P3-Leatfc-r (not imitation) quarters au.i s.lt
CrsniONs nnd Hacks of cloth ftHf athpr nH
o.?' , iu patent Mlver Daslfrrai
GUAlt.iSTF.F.: C 1 i -
These Bagcles are cuarantci-d v fair .ni
Ronable usa-e, for one year fmm a.,ie or i.iircW 1 1
But I will not jicwM to pay aav rr-wirbi Hilri-
The Top Bu?rlire vl! tn 1e -.vlth Sbiftlne fialk 1
i; i iiuucQIFS are rnlo f!Miie fttMa-,
tert U, gooj orkmansliip. Jiaiwisomi? a VW- su, :
burablr- In tvery rrspcit; 1 try V. ill Vloki
chap tor rash. ; !
. earc.l! an.i cxan!n Uiejn an-1 I cnr prices
fore imrchasin? elsevli(-rp.
W. SXITHDSAL. : -
Sausbckt. N. C, Nov. II, h:s-. 4:sm
iround tie corner:
TO THE PUBLIC GREETING: j jr.
IT TT T A TVT TTO A T PV
uifliM man an liarjema:
Their nriccs arc as low as it .ir- powiuitfK
make theai, and tlicir work imt inferior to any. ;
Tiiey lill orilein in t.v ds-jJATtiuents.
ti. .: i- . i- . ..i. i I ..vni-!u"r
a general riHsortiuent of lrou-e furniture Bid:
ste:l)i, ' miresius,. L lothe 1 reses, L,onn,
nU and :
x,n7 u i .-f '
China Prf-en, Candle St;tt lirTTn SitfeK.Dwki. ....
Tables, Washstands, Chaiw, &c. Tleyw
keep an assortment of i
of w.ilimt, pine ami p!ar, from $l upward, j
Also, Window Sash. Tliej fill orders without
.yexaliotw delays. Will contract for carpeiiWti
work and warrant natbfartion. Will take good j
lumber and country produce in exchange jpr.i
furniture. b'hop nearly opK)iite Watclimo :
Oflice. JULIAN & FllALEY.
.4:1 . :Jf-:
And you wul not onlv aveTnoney, u.ul f ; '
the Iit Goods made. You will 6nd in ,
Well Selected Stock of Hardware, Mowers,
Threshers, and Sew lngjnachinef,
Straw-Cutters & Corn-Shell ers,
Grain Cradle., Grain and firart Scythe, t
I'iows, Hot, Mattock-and Pick-V-I'0
Spades and Forks, Glaw, Painty Oils, Pu7i
and Varnish, Locks Hinges and Screws
Vivien's Crojw-Cut, Hand .and Alill Saws. r
Blacksmitli & Carpenter
nnnsn Axn vin.v. SHOES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Patent f0il Can. !
BTJGGT2S. PEIT AND WIT - XOt :
. mfmwmt " -f
isiiffSV-lliirneaa, iiarness npiui' " "
MoMHtiiifls, Wascon ami Hn?.v Mnterial,
!itil ni-iii v .ktlnr nrtii-li'M too tfdlOUS 10 ;
Uit'llttOil. : i
At Heilig's M standi mai it .treat,
AiKLs-bolid foliar, 1 1ncir,-v patent. Anchor Rr ;
( baking M udc of be-t SecsontHl Mlloir l 1
Ikon Work host qiiiility or retlne-d jji-nat nf iU- i
the sne Is returned to ine bv the rmx!l ?' " .!
return hlni a new one, h p.tyin ; the eina'WnT
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