I r Hominy FmTTEBS.--Take two tea
j cupfula of cold boiled hominy, one
cap of sweet milk) four tablespoon
j fills of flour, a little salt and one egg;
i beat vigorously and drop with a spoon
into hot lard ; fry, until brown. Rice
i fritters can be made the same way by
Substituting boiled rice for hominy.
i'L Use op Siale Bread. -A good
j way to use slices of stale J bread is to
.dip them in well beaten (eggs, then,
after frying ham., fry the bread in the
1 ham gravy, adding a Jump of butter
if necessary ; fry the breaji until it is
a light brown, and send to the table ;
but it is good also if fried in the fat
cut from the slices of steak or roast.
Pressed CincKENS.-Boil the chick
;en until the meat will separate from
T . . . " . " -7 ; m
ine bones reaany; use just as um
water as possible to cookf it in ; after
yon have taken the chicken out and
removed the bones cut jit in sraal
pieces, and put back into the kettle
ft with the broth and boil until very
tender; then put it into! a basin and
f turn what little broth remains in the
' kettle over it, put on a press and leave
M until cold. When cold slice - it thin
t tad serve for tea or lunch.
' To Improve Roast" Beef.To
flavor a roast of beef deliriously, to
make it tender, and to give variety,
-i : which is essential in that family where
beef is the staple meat eaten to do
. all this nothing more is1 required than
a large lemon ; cut it n two pieces,
' squeeze all the juice upon the roast,
r then after peeling the lemon roll it
op in thejoast. When the lemon is
used bo water is needed. The roast
should be a fat one, to 4nsure good
gravy, and the leinon acid will re
move the oily taste sometime object
edto. ; y- - f , - 5
j Compromised. Mr. J. E. Rankin,
! chairman of our Board of County Com
missioners, visited Greensboro Tues
day to consider a proposition of the
W, rf. C. Railroad authorities for a
. 1 j-
: compromise of the tax (question. A
' compromise was effected, which we
. think was good work well done. The
road is to be relieved of taxes for 1880 J
but for 1881, 1882,1883, and 1884,
; the property is to be assessed and tax
ed at the rate of $2,jjD0 per mile.
, Burke also agreed to the compromise,
" but McDowell declined. -Cilkenl
Cn ester, Pa- Feb. 17. About eicht
o'clock tlm morning an explosion occur
red at the Pyrotechnic works of Professor
" ' Jackson iu tliis city. The
jadly shattered and took
lire and was
f then totally consumed. At least fifteen.
and probably more lives werglostand
; many dangerously wounded. The buil
. -ding is the old j homestead of Admiral
Porter. J .
A number of colored families lived iu
the old Porter mansion. It Reems that
when it first took fii and while the fire
t, V roen were playing on the flames and a
' : large crowd surrounding them, the explo-
sion occurred scattering destruction far
and wide. The number killed is between
25 and 20;bouto dangerously and 50
y;,? nore er less senouslv wounded. Th
dead are being laid
in the city hall and
for in various dmr
the wounded eared
stores, so tnat no accurate list can be ob
. . .. . . -
The sclene is one of great
-Dkath Confined Exclusively to Nj
GBOE. QalvestonJ Fb. 17. A News
special from Corsicana, eys the claims
i against tlie countyJ because of expenses
incurred in the! treatment of small pox
patients, develops tie fact that there have
been 141 cases and 25 deaths, confined
pustveiy to negroes.
Havtae fully detci-mtned tbnv, '
esr Separator nrtiil;
And Ipers.1 ,
WrAUpersbnslndrht Jt -
injustwhatlsay: i -rtandEA
IIotbeds of Vice. Onr jail! are ira
ply Jiotbeds of vice for the inmates, and a
youth detained in one of these places for
n week, however innocent of jcrime he
may have been jon eeribtiftaoraJ
certain to bring away st Jatmilirjty with
criminal ideas and methods which cannojt
fail to make him a worsocitUen than he
otherwise would have becng Young and
old meet together in the jail corridors and
exchange their most sensational experi
ences , which are sure to beheir most
demoralizing ones, and ithej only emula
tion excited therein to exce iji vice. The
jail system of the whole country need
thorough renovation, and any Vboard or
"conference" which tends to such a result
deserves the good wishes of liliiioi'est
citizens. JUilwavlee 8enticl j jj
The Color and Lustre of Youth are resto
ed to faded -or gray hair by the pise of Par ,
ker's HairBalsam, a harmless dressing high-;
It esteemed Yor its perfume and purity.
l t)ctOT03 J fTTT"
OF HEAL ESTATE.
I I - ' . : !
Pursuant to surderofthe Superior Court
of Rowan coda to me; directed, I will offe
tor sale at public auction, at the uourt-iious
door in ttye town of Salisbury,
On Monday, 6th day of March,
A; IK lS8i at! 12 o'clock; M., all the Real
estate latelf.Qwued by Button Craigeec'd
situated: partly within afid partly mlpit
the corporate limits of the lownif BaJlsh
bury, consisting of tAventy-three acres, more
or less, on which is the residence formerly
occupied by said deceased and his family.!
SThi9,properfy is very valuable, and
will be dirided into lots toj suitthe conve
nience of purchasers. , I r jfp ' I
Teems of sale ohethird f i ft iurchas
money to be paid in cash!, one-third at the
end of six moiiths, and. the balance at the
end of ninTmbnths. Interest from day of
saleon deferred payments.. Title reserved
until all the purchase money is paid.
. I SlOKSli HOLMES,
1 AdmY. of Burtoa Cralge, dec'4
Salisbury, 2. C, '
February 4th, 1882. ; J 16:1m j
Notics To Creditors ! I
Alf(riiavVc(aiiaain3t the es
tate of Joscpb Miller, deceaseS, are hereby
notified to exhibit the same to the under
signed before the 23l day of February,
1883. This 21st day of February, 1882. j
TbBfAS Miller, Executors o(
Alfred Miller. Joseph Miller.
19:4t i -
A Spring Oats and
: i : .1
V onderfuUy prolific. Will yield as hle-h
as from 75 to.150 bdshth to the acre, and
one pound has produced as much as fire J
uuBiicia. i ntssc oais grow irom toa teet
in height; In fact, they are saidf to be su
perior to an others. i ;i,y!rjsi ;
For sale at s ENNISShDruj? Store.
, : a
Elf S P 1 1 Til E) ' Q A I r
Ai&y U I 3l W Cf4L& I I
t i ' -r n T TH H
Having qualified as executor of Itkfe last
will and testament ofJae0b,LinjWdM
I will sell the personal nrorirt rjeiMnrinw
to Ins estate, at his late residence, on Satur-
day the 4th day of March, 1 882. I will, sell
a buggy and harness, household And kirh.
en furniture, blacksmith tools, farming tools
an-I ether articles not ennmprfltAi I
other articlesrnot enumerated".
TEI1MS of saleCash.,
All persons indebted to the estate ara r
quested to make earlv settlement, and oil
those who have claims acraints tb
are notified that they mutj)set thwm t
.uo wii w ucipre ine izxu j day rebruarvi
IBS'! n L" . . . . . . . T
S rverr " 06 f
. ; .BUchaei, Bostjan. Executor;
eb. 11, 1882. 4 of Jacob Lingle.-
VAi VUJJ XI Va 4
TK7iaTaaL.. -f .jl.Sj
Ike second Mondav in Jtnn.r.
For circular pivin tra AtL.'J..:.
ulare, applv to th r!itn.i. v , fTl
RUSSIAN WHIT! OA W
1 : J. II. A J P TrrRVi?TivlhTr
. j. . I - - y - " ..v.i A4U I
GOLD j 2SlSi!?nr. Tho6ehd
such chaocej remain m rw, V?T?Tr?
men. wouwn. hnva .n 7l ll.7Zrau ""
their own locaime3'ASy on?c do ttwSZ ,
more than ten t nniinonr . .. Jr
outfit fumtsh. fVia vZr':?. Mpenave
ft -J L1 j Aiercnaiita. 1 also offer
clmSv6 tte 3016 Agency tor th tollowm?
ir "? iair M acniDM
Ebbllwl?" and RprUigwaeuna
1882. SPRING! 1882.
Dos't FAIL TO CALL 05 J.' F.' ROSS FOB
THS BEST FXBTILIZESsif Hx HAS A 8UPPLT
Salisbury, N. C, )
Feb. 7tb, 1882 f
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Showing t Actual Cost to Members
of $4,000 Insurance for One
Year (March 1, 1879, to
March I, 1880):
Frst Class, aged 18 to 30 years
Second 44 . 30 44 40 44
Thiwtt 44 " 40 44 45 44
Fonrtl. " 45 44 50 44
Fifth 44 50 44 55 44
Silth 44 5 5 4 4 60 44
J. D. IVlcneely, Ag'L
eb. IZth, '81:lr. r;
Everybody wants It, but very few get It,
beoa9frjnost poopld-do not know how to
sloO or ltia spoiled Iu the roasting
or makJnfr. To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurbers package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un
derstands the art of blending various Ha-
jThey are roastod in the most perfect
i3f (ib'la ImposiDJe to roast .well in
II uaatiUeX theqt put In pound pack
Ifmthtltean, not ground.) bearing our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and eahTpacfiage Contains the Thurber
reciW Vaking good Coffee, We
pack two klnda, Thurbors " No. U"
strong and pungent, Thurber's "Na 41,"
mild and rich. One or the other will
suit every taste. They have the three
great' points, pood .quality, honest quan
tity, reasonable price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber' roasted Coffee in pound pack-
8T or "No. 41." Do not be put
iff itli any other kind your own palate
tell you what Is best.
Where persons desire It we also furnish
I and cheaoost cofT.Mvnor, in eTiHnw
G-roeera who sell our Coffee keep them,
Ask tor descriptive circular,
nri ' H;-K. & F. B.'f HURBER & CO.,
TnMvAM whnioeu j
a . . .wjassers. jser xotk.
P;dAs tha largest dealers in food pro-
lnthcrvrorW, we consider It our in
terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
satisfactory manae. All goods bearing
tj. purel and uAofeaome. aad dealers
1 ur name are guaranteed to be of superior
a w- ayuwiMBu ins iciuw blMJ )UrUilaSo
price In any case where customers have
'cause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore
to the interest of both dealers and con
sumers to use Thurber's brand.
a "Ja juaain. ... ; v.
? J -VI. - "
Inviteayoui ittehlion to his ehop, opposite
Maver's OOc f Repairing neatly and prompt
l.don. AJ1 ifadea of goods made to order
L. H. CXEMENT.
D E OTT business now Wfm-n tb (mM
5 " inake money taster at wort for'ui than at
irrT! 16 or!t oVfs tb. time. You
Sl0.88 6110 Bv oml and o
-""essuipayj ou nearly as
J . . r Co., Augusta, Maine.
'I ITi T, TT I TIT TJ , Tin fmnnmn
fir. tJLUU&Zbb: rnuf Mil ! !
One Lot at China Grove, containing ii
aeres; on which is a Store-house 40x20 feet
aad another 26x16 fused
ofBce) a dwelling house 82x20 ; a peod
stable and a well. This propertv will be
for sale during thenext two or three months
and persons wishing nartirnlnra m
address J. A. COOK.
l:lm ; j China Grove, N. C.
MORTGAGE 'SALE KOTICES
FOR SAtjE AT THIS OFFICE
It i 3
; AT niGHLIOHD PRICES,
BY THE BABREIi,
AT : Jno. H. Ennlss
FIRE Ul SALISBURY !
THIS is to state that all the! old seeds I
- 1 i 1
i that were remaining on hand were destroy
ed by fire on the 1st of November last.
Now have on hand fresh and reliable!
I Seeds from. Land reth, Ferry, Johnson &
I Rnhfiinn RnUt unft TTirawt R5M t - I-
i , f ,
I f At JNO. H. ENNIS8V
will le furnished so that
1 you may make
YOUR 0W1T GUA1T0
i i 1
cost you Three-Fourths less thau what you
pay tor other Guano's, and which will I
yield as full returns. For Sale At
CLOVEE a Grass Seed
At Richmond prices at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
Letter and Fools Cap Papers
at reduced prices, at
ENNISS' Drug Stbre.
d 15. VASCE. - w. H. Cailey.
VANCE & BAILEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
Practice in Supreme Court of the HnUA
States, Supreme Court of North Carolina.!
ederal Lourlc, and Coun ties of Al eric !nlmi
v.uarru, u nion, oasion, K( Wan on) David
son. j(?fifX,OfUCe. tWO UOOra JlRt nflnHatun.
J--c -T. ' r I'"
uence cquare. 33:tf
Valu., and is a PCf ivrur1 n"'.,
in iiijue 1 nun n. Nimn a TvniAAi t a n
diseases that cause pales in the lower part of the
?y-for Torpid Liver-Headaches - Jaundlce--DtoVaesP
Gravel, Molarta, and all dlfflcultles of the
. J ' v", auu Mnnary ursrans. For female
EAS ES Monthly Menstruation and durtof
Prejrnancy. It has no mnni if
that mote the Woodland himi i-Th.,u"
Pf'f'ER it is the only known remedy that cures
?S!j;?.V.betes, use WARW-
? LOWEST PRICES
FOWEIL'S PREPARED CHFHIMIS
Q10 raraer cai; bay a FORMULA.
Foe pl (5201b8;of POWEtL'8
This.whcn mixed at home, makes OneTon
ef SUPERIOR FHOSPHATE, eqniSl S
plaat-life and a certain of Miccesafiil crop
production a many high pHced Thotphitcs.
EXTRA f No trouble to mix-iV-'EXPENSE.t
Po-wmx's Chemicals have been thoroughly
tried, gire universal satisfaction, and we offer
leading farmers in every State as reference.
Send for Pamphlet. Beware of imitations.
Brovn Chemical Co
1 Mannfkcturersf Baitimohr,
Pcvvell's T!pTop Bone Fertil
izer. Price only $ 3 5 a Ten, net cash.
Bene Meal. Dissolved Bone, i
And all hish-grade FertCizing Material, i
.JAym In place of Iron Bltteri April 83 8l
V contlnne to act as Solicitors tarVaitmtM rmtL'
Trade Marts. CnnvDu. fE5ffi V
Canada, Cuba. England. Franra rZiHrzirSF
J.ewi o'a.. Hand honir ahppt ratentaf re T , :
Still under the etmtrvl of its old Pro-
Is Issued erexy Thursday afternoon at
. tho reduced rates
of $1.50 In Advance.
Persons delaying payment three Months
a b required to pay $2 per year ; de
laying to the end of the year. $2.50.
THE WATCHMAN IS
Tie Best AiTBrtiaiii mm at
this point.'havins the largest circulation
iu this and adjoining Counties.
of every class done premntlr and in the
best style at very low rates.
REV. JETHRO RUMPLE.
We still hart a Uw copies of thia Yalua
Wo littU book. wbUh ahoald b poasessed
bj ererj citizen wbo feela ride in the
story aid character of Old Rowan.
Send for a copy before it U toojate.
3!r - i
t -. , t . - ,
' ! : - ' ,
. Click Horn
RE 12 K M ESP
(Next door IcloviJ. D. MdNetly't Store)
Where will he found
Tlio - Mtwlf et AITorcls.
Fnll WeifiMs M Frompt-Deliyeiy
IS HY. MOTTO.
I want to buy Fat Cattle S323S!S
. lJ deah.
' Gingen Bucha, Man
dake, Sti2ingia, : nd
many of the best medi
cines known ara con
blaed la Parker's Gin ror
Tonic, Into iwdianc
of sach Taried powers, as
to maka it th9 greatest
Blood Purifier and the
, Restorer Erer Used.
It coxes Khenmatism.
Sleeplessness, & diseaess
of the Stomach, Bowels,
fTi r r t Lonas.IiwJ
MaiP Kfl lnrril &isratWJdifierentfiom
. m !ZLz2y Ui Bitters, Gmrer Essences
TU Bart. Ckaaa. aad V"ct
Moat leoaWtcal lUlr bra Wa Ottxar iOUJCS, as tt
Bf. Kr tails mtorath. never intoxicates. Hiscox
jMttAaeolcrtogimyksta. & Co., Chemists. N. Y.
80c and f 1 ttac Larga Sarteg Boytnf Dtdlar Bixe.
hand at lowest prices. CTMake a st)eclaltT.of
A fe, B a a A k avA.maHM
n a ikaT m . c a k iwvraaW , rnn rinur in r
TIN AND COPPER SSiTHIKS.
All kinds of House-Rooflntr and CnU.eiintrdrtne nn
short notice and In the best stjle. .
We keep constantly 'on hand a, complete stof k ot
Sheet-Tin, Sheet-Iron and SiieetCopper, which we
ffer tor sale cheap. - May5 6lf
Come tothe Front!
BOOT, SHOE & GAITER MAKER,
OPPOSITE ENNISS' DKUG STORE.
AH Work Strictly First Class
Having had sixteen yean-experience in the
buaines. I am. prepared TO PLPAS32 the
EASE AND ELEGANCE OF FIT
my work can not be excelled.
B,A11 material of the best and finest crade
efuaii worn aone in
tlie latest sWles and
(hnts Ymo Work a Specialty.
I Red7-made work of ihe best quality alwavs
V'ORK and C"hampicn Box Toe Work.
repairing Jatly and rromntlv done
moderate dHcpr. De& Rnt'mfn mnn . n..on
s . .--.itviivii a, uaj 11
ieea or no cnarge.ff Orders bjmail
prompt! v filled.
-3:1 .VM. A. EAGLE.
WESTERN II. C. Railroad
Takes effect Sunday July 17, is8l, at 4.15 M.
PASSKSGER TEA IS. -
1 1120 a. m
4 300. mi
1157p.m 7 501
7.07 a.m Henry
STATIONS. iMm .....
; 5;ooiA.x.;Sallsbury ( 6 oo f..- m a
6 oo a.m.;
6 66 j
7 66 '
8 5 i
9 42 !
-0 28 ;10 401
II SO j
IS 32 AM.
1 00 :
4 02 i
6 25 !
i'1'mva.-i m KAr.u m . t
: S 15
! 1 S4
;li 31 A.Jti
Old Fort !
8 34 A.M4
6 60 !
6 30 i
C 60 P
vJiiK Mountain eo;
6 50 r.u. Cooper's i 4 421
jLong's 4 23
4 00 A.M.
ty ITAins run dallj-. Sundayspxcepted.
. U.AfinnETUc r. cm.
w t ""i-v
Norll Carolina, Bayiflson Count?
IK THE St-PERlort CorRT-Jannrv Rnnni-i
W. J. Loflin, Adm'r, &c. of
Thos. P. Allen, PVtf.
F. D. Lookabill ct al.
At a Special Term of the Superior Court
held for tl,e County of Davidson, at the
Court House in Lexington, on the Oth day
ZtflV r HdlW : 11 aPPeari"g t the sati
1 f Court that Henry E. Wylde,
late of the State of New York, was the pur
chaser of the lands described in the plead
ings herein, heretofore sold hx the plaintiff
under an order of this court, 'is dead, it is
Ordered that nublicarmn nf , !
ST? whi VyIdei exccutrix of the said Hen
ry E. Wylde, and to the hmr, ,
the said Henry E. Wylde, to appear at hc
next term of the Sunerior nmmF f 5C (
Sunprinr Ci y-v i .
son County, to be holden at the Court 11
loJf Xln5tOD' on the l8t Monday of March
1882, and comply with th hM f ..w
tator and Rn:. ,1 I" lur'
their data wm?.-osiZ X"
be published once . "UCT?a
. in tha-Ctarii.. Waa-DTSS:
paper pnbiished h Ojjjh J.SH3 ,5
- world. a flrsciaaa stock of Tin and Granite
nnnTUPrinni ttifi tttJ
KUVAfi CUUrHT. f lu.".tT.
C. C. Krider, AdmVof Rosanna S.
Fredrick Cartner and others, Ileirs U L,
i it' n !. .. -!-.
at law, of CatharineLBoston. fthein .r
being unknown to the plaintiff), the bei
at law of Margaret Mock, dee'd. rthpfr
being unknown to the plaintiff), and xt
vamuibouu Wile OUSal). Wasl.
limits of the Stated It is therefore brd
that nnKt;.; Ka kJ. f- t J r"1
weeks in the "Carolina Watchman n
K Ba .acienaants. ana .all ih
! at law of Rosanua- S Cartner
It appearing to the. Court that tKe'lM
at law of Mary Felker, dee'd, (theif tta!2
beincr unknown to the nl&tntifTk k
may be unknown to the plainUlf, traD,r
at the office of the Clerk pV .thclBdSSl
i " j m oi uviore Jionaay the ft
dftv of Mrr h: Uo,.. lt
plaint of the Plaintiff, a copy of whickb
f deposited m the fhee of the RnrwriA. n.-
J T 1 v - nuanri J.! B nr .
! clerk for said county, and that if they fn ti
answer the said complaint, the plaiatiff wtt
,v; V ""' 1UI iue, renei demanded
-This 2d day ofFebruary, 1882 I i
'. - I J.'M. IIORAIT 'rL.u
17:6wj 8up-r Court Bowan Cmmty,:
-In the Stpt
" ; Aaaimt
Vance B -Miller, lather S. Miller, and U
tie C. Miller, JkferCU. i .
In pursuance of a judgment of fh Gi''
nor Curt, in the above nt;tii .i
the t.h Hnnrt ;;rint u. 1 1 . u-w VI
- I W W V4 If 111 0.11
the premises' n
MOHDAYSth DajofJJirch, 1882
to the highest! bidder, the following tracts
or parcels of Jand,situatedjn How an rn.
ty : One tract adjoining the lands of Wlm,-
Bostian, John Ketchev.i Mariraret f! TL
and Jacob 5etj?er, Conjtaining' 144J acres.
One tract adiounincr the lands of
ret C. Best, Kuraford Wiihelin, M& V
to her dower I
Aiso an undivided one-third interest im
tract of land; at China1 Grove, adjoinilw
Frank-Pntterson and others, containing m
v-ic, uptu wnicn is locared a gm house.
Also an undivided one-half interest in
cerram tract, or land situated i in Rowu
county, adjoining the lands of W. II. font,
yy. ivnnuau, ,v. ,11. Vebb, Washin-rtM
bloop and G. A. J: SechlerJ cobtaininSfl
OVJVO. f ...
lr-iwip oi sale Oae-th rd ! pnah m.
;tliird-in six months, knd Kainnro ; ,.
montns; purchaser to trive bond iiml'Mg.
. : r- -7 - - vhimmi, j u tunc
ruy iortne delerred oavments. with int.
est from date title retained nntlt the nr
! chase money is, pajd. ! ; p ,
UAtca. January 20th, 1882.
W. II. COne.
G. A. J.fj chler. (" coninrs ijm
ROWAN COUTYi! Jmos Cowtf.
Robert Wall nd wife Dorathy
Wall, aqd D. Ii. Asabrook j
Chunn;i J. Cicero
Chunn.Thos. Allison arid wife Lto DiriJe
uettie, Jacob Thoniason i n-ifi,
Susan, SallilTChunn, Thomas
at Chunn. irarfiraret Chnnn nl
TT.m1urim.-l,iri. n 1 .
- 1 A lutl.
Upon affidavit of the Plaintiff, ftulwrt
Wall, It is ordered by the Court that pub.
'"""'. w uiaue in ine: "Carolina WakB-l
man tor six weeks, notifying Thos. Chun.
one oj me Leiienctant ;who fs ajmn res I
dent of this Statq, to appear! at theofficeefl
me v,icrK-or tne superior Court of Hid
couniy on Alonday the 27th I dav of Febn.
ary, 1882, and answer the complnint, wljWj
will be filed in the aboVe entitled txt'ml
within Jen days from tlie date hereof, aidif
he fail to Answer I the comnint thVnliiU
tills will apply to! the Court I for the relief!
demanded m the complaint
Witness J. 31; IIorah. Clerk'
13:6w Sup. Court Rowan Co. ,
Dr. Crowe's Great! Historic Plij
The TSAQEDYofAbraiam LinccbN
The inisenfall of Tefierson Sarii
I A ttuthful account of the AboIitinir
War with the Secesh" Rebel union. (Sh
speriaa style, 5 acts, 1 3; scenes, 64s pages.)
Abraham Lincolni Wm. Seward. Edvin St
ton, Vlynses Ghaut, Km. Sherman, Baje
miner rarmi Needier, IIorace Greeley
Fisl;Jr., Jefferson liaiii. :i2atd. Toont4.l
exander Stejthens, rierre Beauregard? Stm
tcau uacicson, Hafst. E Ue, llumphrn Mq
tc juosm, jam jjatis, jsn. iawi
MrsSurra(t, John Ville Booth. JInrM
M-iseroii ana rayne, f redericu ifovgw
1'owpey, Pnscy, and. Dr. Mary Waller. (
PEIKCIPAL SCENES, f j
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