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51S315 VIII'S 31T11.
A ceostrymran was is New York
on an August Sunday, and croused
the Brooklyr ferry in the morning,
for the purpose of hearing Beecher.
lint la, the Plyssouth pulpit was oc
cupied by a stranger, who delivered
a telenus, eomon p'e. sermon
from the text, " tndheabld imou's
wife's 'outher lay sick of a fever."
Mr. Beecher was away taking his
In the afternoon the man sought
to console himself for his morning's
disappointment by listening to F.
H. Chapia. He was shown to a
front seat by the sexton of E. H.
Chapin's church, and in due time
was horrified to see the minister of
the morning appear in the pulpit.
The poor victim heard for the sec
ond time the sermon from the text,
"And, behold Simon's wife's moth
er lay sick of a fever," and went out
of the sacred place Tory much din
couraged. Mr. Chapin was taking
his semmer vacation.
In the evening the man, thinking
to redeem in a measure the defeat
of the day, accepted a choice sitting
in the Reformed Dutch church, for
the sake of bearing the genial, el -
quent and scholarly Bothune. But
his heart quite broke when the evil
spirit that had possessed him all day
got up and gave out a h)m. And
when the text was announeed, "Ao l
behold Simon's wife's mother lay
sick of a fever," theparty who knew
all about the subject, .rushed wild
ly from the overdose, and rant to hiss
butel. Dr. Bethune was taking his
The next morning the man tool
the first train for home, and step
ping into thecar there was his minis
terial friend of the day before, with
his sermon under his arm. The
New York bells were ringing a fire
alarm, and says tae minister to his
lay brother, "Friend, do you know
what those bells are tolling for ?"
Says the countryman, lobing hard
at the sermon, "I don't know, but
I shouldn't wonder if Simon's wift's
mother was dead. I heard three
times yesterday that sbs was down
with a fever."
fonerralag a Diltionary.
This sketch of Mark Twain's is
not new, but we desire to print it
in the RI¬.rtsr as a standing piece
of consolation to any of our readers
who may happen to be without
"Webeter." It is frou the month
of one Coon, "a nice, bald-headed
man at the hotel in Angel's Camp,'
in the Big Tree region of Calaveras
County, California. It was to a re
quest for the loan of a book to en
liven a rainy day, that Coon replied:
"Well, I've got a mighty respon
sible old Webster's Unabridged,
what there is of it, but they started
her sloebing around before I got a
chance to read it myself; and she
went to Murphy's and from therm
she went to Jackson Gulch, and
now she's gone to San Andrea., and
I don't expect I'll ever see that
book again. But what makes me
mad is that for all they're s' handy
about keeping sashaying around
from shanty and from camp to
camp, none of 'em got a good word
for her. Now, Coddington lsd her
a week, .1. she was too many for
him; he couldn't spell thne words;
he tackled them, regular busters,
toward the middle, you know, and
throwed him. Next Dyer, he tried
her a time, but he pronounced 'em
all kind o' ways. Dye csan hunt
quail sand play seven-up res well as
any man, understand, but he can't
pronounce worth s cent; he used
to worry along well enough through
till he'd Buash one of theme rattler.
with a latter syllables as long assa
string of sluice bores, and then he'd
lose his prip sand throw up his hand.
And so finally D~ick Stocker hr
neused her up there at his cabin,
and sweat over her and wreitled
with her for as much as threej
weekni, night aud day, tillhe got as!
far as R, and thena psssed her oveus
to Lige Pickerfell, and msid she was
the all-liredest driest reading that
ever he struck.
jhmeracua Newspaper Reporter.
A Bics Cmr.-The Joaurael of
(Com. eave, of Kansas City, says,
this 1 s seeto the wealthiest cities
oft the West, haviug. wth a popsila
tiom of 35,000, a prp et alsatmas
.f $30,OO,O000, or nearl ya rmusel
thouansd te eash urn, woman aind
3a ase himsw"'rth of
OsL mout th tiug J80 bmsh
els of potatoes in one daj, the said!
Marcus having lhas one arm. It
isn'L every man with two armas who
can do a better' day's work than
this. Now, suppi.ae, ianst'ad of'
working to the best of his ability, Ii
Marw'us Ainswortb had bought a '
hand oa~gau, and, plant ug himself I'
on so~ne pavrenmen, had pr weeded 1
to gia "span ik"oralin
to the indeseribtis annoyance ot ji
his fellow ceretums Comament is I
iamm rnsy, 4
FUN AND FANCY.
-It is somsewhat curious fbet that
la compositor takes most e's when
hardest at work.
-A young lady requested to ho
released from her marriage engage
maet on the grueand that when she
contracted it she believed her lover
Sa "duek," but has uince found him
to be a goose.
I -If smail girls are waifs are large
ones waiters? "Certainly," says
sweet sixteen, "atleast the boys have
the habit of appling them to their
lips in sealing their vows."
-A poor Irishman offered an old
saucepan for sale. His children
gathered round him, and inquired
why he parted with it.
"Och, me honeys," answered he,
"I wouldn't be afther parting wid it,
but for a little money to buy some
thing to put in it.
-What kind of a drum is that
which is always best when it cannot
be beaten ?-A conundrum.
-A Frenchman said of Shakes
peare, "Ven you f:aud any sing you
no understan', it is always somezing
t -fAil a street-car in bad weath
I er, and it wm.l stop to aid you ; but
hail a friend in sour adversity, and
l ate what notice he will take of you.
-A vriter on school discipline
says, "Without a liberal use of the
rod it is impossible to make a boy
-Give me a pound of oysters,"
said a man to an oyster vendor who
waa going by. "I sell by measure,
not by weight," said the oysternan.
',Tuen give me a yard of them,"
said the man. The oysterman shook
his head dubiously and passed on.
-S:zne ingenious Yank has in
vented a process by which maple
sugar can be made out of common
New Orleans molasses, flavoring it
by ateaming maple-wood. The next
thing we are looking for is a pro
cess whereby they will make honei
from cod-liver oil, flavoring it with
-A jolly Jack tar, having atr. y
ed into a show at a fair to have a
look at the wild beasts, was mud:
struck with the sight of a lion and
a tiger in the same den. "Why.
Jack," maid he to a messmate, who
was chewing a quid in silence, "I
shouldn't wonder if next year they
were to carry about a sailor and a
marine living peaceably together !"
"Ay," said his married companion,
"'or a man and his wife!"
-Scene in St. Louis. "What un
der the sun is the matter witu you,
old fellow r' Individual in a hur
ry: "Muatget that train." Other
man : "Nell, there is plenty of time
-the train d' es Lo` stant for ten
minutes ; and, besides, there are
several other people here who want
that tra.u." Excited individual :
"'I muss get that train, and that's
fixed I'll get that train if it, costs
mmylife" Other man: "What
is the necessity of your reaching
Chicago by this trin anyway 7'
Man in a hurry : "I must get to
Chicago to-morrow on this train,
or those people up there will have
built up the whole darned town
sga'n, and I won't see them ruins."
I-01 the seven colored churehes
in New Yom k city, owning property
to the value of $590,000 ; the
Methodist. hold more than three
fifths or $2,7J,000 ; the Prebyterias,
$S0,000 ; the Episcopalians, $75,000
while the Baptists have only $85,000.
Surely the Baptists cannot be verny
t'nttrpnmsng over there.
-The nese acts like a custom
house officer to the system. It is
highly semisitive to the odor of the
most poisonous substane:.. It
readily detects ~he!.look henbane,
ainuk's hood 5nd the plants con
ta ning prnssic aeid ; it roe ognized
the fueti l amell. of drains, and
warns us nut to smell the polluted
Iar. Thenaose iuso sensitive that
it didagateihes air containing the
200,000th part of a grain of the
otto of rose, or the 15,000,000th
part of agrain ofmausk. It tallsaus
ins the morning that, our bed rooms
are impure, and catches the frag
rance of the macruing air, sad eana*
veys to asthe invilation of the
dowers to go forth imho the Seld.
sad iahele helr syu hgmsh. '?o
beb ythe s-e be Mtheate
be msesasapheamef rt proach;
buht ave a good nose, end to fol
low its guidance, is oaeof theasfest,
and shortest waxysto the enjoyment
I-The French parsers publish a
curious statement, said to have
benpreprred from authentic sta
tistics, showiag that during a year's
occuaption of Chsapgphie Ger
mansissry of ocuainconsumed
sao les th~a l~ItRObetle. of te
huagou visatase of 'hat country. Oi
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS.
Ta Ima I m Cuou Co
Nos. 9,11 klMercer Ntreet,
*1ls msaberers, sede SeMyarst
Wa IeyWs Fata.s,
INDIA h11BER CeMBS,
Pine Tooth Comb.,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Pstteras.]
ALSO, SOLE MANUPAY1rUREIS
[Mana VXDea }awr i' PAra. ]
The sale of any Cabina ion Sid
Combs, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, isprohibited by law.
caIas A. DANA. m51s.
A ewetelr mr e Famtnes tea..
Iasueded Sur Feesle Isw es EMaes,
kanisnal Mml, Wab tfraý. ebe set al5 Mm.
ssr "r Reset Feis, 5as hs WIe. lea. sa
De.1W eerl au l see.
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oxa avsaoi cerns lea so.a
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T'x wý.r. but webs a ssea vetreat .t
aleslsseas resiam, ass frtblkag suae mrsa
.e wmalb e uersrW.b grer mbiuega. bema s
$MmWsanula laaees, oesazs a .
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seee~me. wue as
TERS TO CLUBSL
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5151ignme oemee selaurees
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lestr l sd.ruaroliane adle era Posaxp
kiihlakew Prvdne rnyvný
ineys Waeprom eiiofNaths it. taou Sallsa
Bati paouse., Pleasng qeniau,Detc., eonvl
ands asspsll aemeit sal n Coileacte liaagvced
a T. BPlo Leiag.rMatr
Wll eaveas cSATUReDaYd, atl le P. l
Ia, Marylnd, Carohelie. Pelasre P~int.h
Sk *ipwta Lae Pruiaoucs, raneylvania,
Vickbnrg OtNdOiafS. JoANNE, Agend
230o ROugAL nST, CORER
T. . PesHhe JP,Mae.
5. 0. flAIEL, Agent
23 OYLS., ORER..
TE$E BA4LAVVE WHEEL
4 timess semsi
!ICti a miants,
14,49 times - hea,
545,4W eme a dy
Kme times a week,
fs,aso vieas a emath,
19t144,00 times a yar.
MORE Id EXPECTED OFA WATCH.
THANAYA KIND OF
A amna wet o.ly rua u6 day, blens dlt;
not onlg ora ueadsys, but or &ndepe aend
ohiday. It mast run Anegin ap er lyimg
drum-eups de dogs.r rigAt aide up. It muid
Lesp reanig ashes the weearer sits down or
stand tp, W7uem he sandk: or rides. In fact,
it i eazpedrd to du ts duty at all tines, in
every plece and in sawry po iioa.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will 1bll1 all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tiek for you
(a hundred and twemty.dx million times in
a yesr, without ereau sequirngagesa oid
:all that tiame.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
+ Spring, 9 aedsla, 51 Screws, and !t ether
parts maeLinU aIlgdtler 136 aerpade pieces.
ALL GENTINE WALTRAM.
Watchb..m bI . movewn
Tas ITra JKWZn.LE LaYE astZU IUWL
Tns rvu. Jswma.ZD ars rwrssR
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movemeat of a single watch
c r.4t ever a Shndred Tnusoand Delars,
yet we soil these Watches, in a solid 8ilver
hanting Ca.s, for $1$. The aeme watch
could not be made by hand and Inibhed.
as perfectly for Tan Tuexa as mics.
A Genuine waltham Watch
Is ihterchangeable, like a Springfeld rite
that is, any partof ene Watch is exactly
like tie name part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart.
and the screws, wheels, springs. Ac., werel
mixed together, ten watches eeald be
made by putting these pouts together
again, withuot any referenee to their
furner coabination. Tin. is a
For, if any part of a Waltham Watch i'
injured we cnn xwayh replace it at a
D hng Zeprpse.
A NlKUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is made with special reference to
Other Watche' will sun for a year or twe,
an require uoustaat repairs ; ht
d Walth I Watoh
WILL BUX FAITHFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
IWe sell these Watches,
IN SOIJD SILVER BUNTING
[N 80IJD GOLD HUNTING CASEU,876
We have prepared en
IIWISTRATES PRICE UIST,
which descriham the variains grades of
Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, sad eli odher Inform
ation necemmary for an Intelligent selectiom.
We wiah every one would esae for it
hefore ordering a Watch.
Writef(er ft aa folloare:
Jfsrs. Hesard & (b.,
Noe 751 hwnldseg, .Vews Yerk:
Please aemalum. pou Igasetri'le Pfr Ie
fitofWeesal m in WIswuzAma ereer
(lign asme and addiwess in full)
We hve seat ouat ever Fue Thouemd ofl
theme Watches upon these ceinditiems, sad
haveemly been 'shed to raeaud the mommy
in three cmses, and not one ,of these was'
on accoant of diamtisabctooi with the
Watch, hust becnaue the partieu needed
Ithe money mren.
Wa maya us Assage, sun ea mage
LWs sm e axe. A amsae
~OmeW on wans mew sWV A WA1!cU rcar
tM ADD rr wILLr cost Rmm Ne MORE TEAR I?'
as uvw ms New Toni. Ax,. mss en
Special Notioe.-e d o not eel]
Wekhsm W ies ea an Imilseio., ouk,
Plt.aIde 1WeII. ches wabser m
seraell otiier names far Irass or Germam
Sllreri. The Wigaltm Welsh to warthyl
osf asilid (olA ot Silvese, ad we do
ae rpe... weellit an muyeoter.
[ar ansa ess sm uassa Pa I ~sr.Lm
J el e U s t a ll gA u d.
as semp tea 1s
M. Iui, Iren bush Wi seni
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROU'TE
To St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, San
Franedmoe, St l'srl, Eas City, Lsav
eawoet, Si Jeemph,
Wa il tNIhs l ul, E1. sat WSt.
TWO uREIB TRAINS hay. the
New O hane, Jackaos and Geat
NeUthwea haikoad Dept daily, at?
A. M. and 6 P. M.
AN EXPEWAB TRAIN lhaves the foot of
Canal street daily at $ A. M., via the
New Orlesase, Mobil. and Chattanoega
Railroad, asking eloe. comneetione
at Mobil. with the Mobil. sad Ohio
Railroad to all points Noeth, East
For ticket. apply to
A. D. SRELDON.
I Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jacksom and
SGreat Northen Railroad, corner Camp
ansd Comma streets, under City
i Kohel ; or to
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile sad
Cheamoeega Railroad No. 10 Caom
mai seet, -adsr sta Charles Hotel.
J. B. WLWGPIELD.
Genwal Speulnteadiug Agent Si Leis,
Irom Mountainandsouthsea Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE
The Mobile division of this rosa will be
opened for business on
Is Nemdy, Ieatmer 3l, 1870,
sad peassege traias will run as follows :
r Leave New Orbmams, freos the foot of
Canal street, for Bay at. Louis, Pass
Christian, Mimippi City, Biloxi, Ocean
Springe, Pasuagoulaead Mobil, at 8 o'elock
A. N. Arrivive at Mobile at S 30 o'clock
P. N., conaecting at M is with the
MOBILE AND 011I0, and the MO
BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL
ROADS for all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20
A. A. Arriving ýt G:10 P. h.
lare Ietwmu 'tw Orlesas sad wbile,
THUIOUGE FREIGHT TRAINS RUN
EACH WAY DAILY.
Freight received at New Orleans, at
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,.
delivered at Mobile early next morning.
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANY
For tinther i -formMis, ell at the
General OS(e of the eeapamy, rooms em.
and two, up staiu. STORY BUILDING,
cesner Camp sad Coesmos ostrt..
5. IL KENDRICI.
the New Grlea, akfhs,usad Greetj
aIrtherm mud Misiuasippi Oenthal
Rum their Paemauger Coach.. sad Bag
gages Cars, their combined lemgth
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE.
SIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7L. LEzapuon ?.erineshily,
Make. ceo..ecommeeeioes for Vicksburg,
Me. -hs aS Louss, Chcango, Louisvill,
sand all peint. beyonl, Sleeping cars at
sight, Canoatomb Grand Junetin sanl
The Nil Tras baews Urw rless Aly,
fxake.si.eilu.e ccumesonm wit Ligh.
julmg Eeprmbahamie teal polansNOUTfi,
EAST mid WEST. Carries the gpet
Thu as I Tel, 73 ers..
New saa esgsatly suted up sleeping
Coas run to Humboldt, Tenre..et, Claeve
land, Tenneesse, sad Louisville, KetnceeJ
Expreas Train 8outh arrives at 1:30
M. m bubslealiA
Websif sses, New Gren, usa City
5ons cornerCamp asi campts...
mmd at Depot.,
E. Q 55WAL4 Geaseal Sepelteademt;
'. it. MosaN, Lamenal Tlpket Agent
New Ch.me., J.aseki end Gree
IWATYI'* MAWJ m5 Izwm.nEu
DEALER IN GOLD AJD)
SLV FER WATCHES,
Land Pls Geis Jewelr. La.p slwaso..
head all classe t al pstthes of Gold,
Silver and Steel Speetacles sad Eye
Ohtss. Glmass shmnad sad sent to
say pert of the comaey. Watch impaisk
d ema - sad w-eais. Addem.
112 Geroadelet street, New Orleans.
Feb. It ly
15 GOOD I
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCO CO.,
we are sathorised by them to close out
a large line of European Watches,
Chains. etc., now in stock for (lash, at
prices never before known. All beeutiful
in inish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lates
style. Every Watch will be retailed at les
than sd of imporUaion, and forwarded
securely peaked, prep id, to any part of
the conntry on receipt of price. Money
can Le seat to as by Express, with or.
ders tor Express Co.. to Mters Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness sad
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be found. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, gemuime English fall plate
jeweled movements, adested regulator,
steel cut hands, engiane turn neil, correct
and serviceable article, large or small size
in complete running order, wiih an
elegant Gent's Vest Chain. Locket and
key, all complets, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fe
18 karat Gold plated Double Caoes- -
imitation of $100 Gold Watch--engraved
or plain, gesulne English, fall plate
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain,
withLocketand Key, mailed pre-paid for
only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
The Oride Gold Watch.
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
[canting I agic Spring C..ee, elegantly
engraved, or engine turnel, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, falljeweked,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearance, make, fiuish,
brilliancy of color. $l00 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will be
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
hsandomne iaorocco cane, lined with velvet
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's ze Wtch, to
only TWELVE DoLLAJIS.
Watches for Huliday Presents manuufnc-'
tured to ordur.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHE$
of all grades, in Gold and Silver Casps
from $18 up to $200. Other Good Watches
equally low. With every Clab of sii I
Watches, of any kind, we send one extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Clu. A superior stock of Ge- t
anine Oride Gold Chain, $2 to 1G ench, }
warranted fully equal to Gold is brilliancy
of color. wear, etc., Bills of over $12 col
lectedaon delivery, if desired. All Bills of
112, and less, must beensh in P. O.
Money Orders, or Registered Letter'., at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-peld by mail, or by
Express, or receipt of price. Bafe delivery
of all gds gm stees. Watches forawrd
ad to be ermined to parties known
Swhen ezrprm ehsrge both ways are paidl
River, with bill to collect en delivery.
Psrchnsrs mos pay all expsiee haresie
en goods sent C. 0. D.. *Jjv for return
of ma ey All Cesh or&' forwarded
tree of caeste destlnatlee Cataisgess
Free. Adde all ordera.
CHAft P. NORTION & CO.,
Established 1Z157. 86i Nassau St., N. V.
aROGERILW, PRODUCE uec.
A. 3. warms, L. c.awacansa4 w u. wax.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Sucemesors to A. D. GRLEFF A Co.,
ama was.am re
killhers sa Waiters Fralaes.
(lEO. GIGNAC ALl. JOURDAIN.
SISIAC AND JOSIIAll,
Coasm Cowerr ams Vzum.m, No. 339.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Vines sad Uides.
Orders prmompay attended to.
P. B. IETHEIL,
*EESEAUIISE, F LIII
W. J. TATLOR....JOHNt 4. BURKE
1W. H. MARnzan, U. A. Bvnvr,
aS.Ijmuis. heOw r.is.!
MARKHAZ & BURT,
Importems 1a Jobbessef
HA RD WARES
DRY OOOD, cLOTpI,0E
JOB,ýPB& X.mi 0V,
t16.... CANAL STREET 1'
D FIRST FLOOR:
t;DsT GOODS, GENTS FL''
LADIESROOxro SHAWLM C
CARPRbTS MATTING AND R*c
A visit to the owill rpwi
persona wishing to buy eheap ad
j ~e j
110... CANAL STREET
Near St. Charle,,,
NEW ORLEANS, I.
MEN'S AND 1109'
(or nas oww xMi)
BOYS AND CHILDREN'
1ETS Aii DS ITS 1131 TgIa
Every Article Marked in
Goods sold on 'gone prns" v° s
say article purchased which Li1i , p»
+stifaction can be returned and the mo
.y will be retandd.
i-M'wlerate Prices nd Fred
Stock to aelect from are pnosed
the inducements offered at
B. T. WALSIIE'S
PIEEýIl1 SuIT 10DCLOT1itC 1113
110 Canal St., near St. Charre,
1ew O rleanx.
N. B. Ltter '1r.Wer r.* eive peropt
&ttt tit n :ti) f hL ('. . 1) if d.icnd
"70 a nvory Weokl
We want Smart and Enereetic Agass a
utrodace oar pupallr au] jytly eobe
tot inventions, in every Isag., Td
dad Ity in tha WurlL
Ilndispensable to Every
[hey are hi ghly approved of, endoeed
and wuupted by Ladies, PhpsiciwJs o
Icicaes. ail now a GREAT FAVOM'
[tN with then.
Every Family will Purchase One
I ,fmore of them. bomethiag the ha
meruit. are apuarent at a GiLiANC
And all who keep FANCY STORE.'I
will And our excellent atticlea SEIL
VEEY RAPIDLY, give. perfoot e.I
1tion and netting
to all Dealers and Agent..
'Couastrg, Rights Err'
toasilwho desire emgagingin an flom~i
Rteaperetse ond Pnglitaed Bwsinsasa ti
mnnae time doing good in the.ir easF
alous in life Samphe s3,00, .eat ftw lby
mail as reaeipt of price SEND N05
WHOLESALE CIROULAE. ADDBFA
Jictoria Mreasfactuarlsf Ce
17 PANE PLACE. NEW TONI.
OF EVERY DESCRIIIION.
UoWur AND 808
BALL TOIA. Ac.,
363 Baowwar, con. Fasas.a Sr., *
I 2 Lizz Scanar, ,YUCzlo.
607I Maaur Sruzur, lia FnAI1
F. I. SHEPPARD. Psa9r
Lock.8smith & Bell-IDMite t
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us. 00DAMON SYTEEIr.