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FOB OOTBBHOB
JOHN Wi HALL,
m conoanmj
JEDWARD L. MARTIN,
JOHN PYLE.
MB COROSSR,
JACOB BUTL.
FOB STATE SBEATOB8.
J. Wilkin* Cooeb, ofPencsdcr, Hd.
Charie* H. McWhorter, of Red Lion.
FOB BBFBXnBBTATIYK*.
Jams* W. Ware, ofWilmington.
Dr. Switbin Chandler, of Mill Creek.
William Dean, of White Clay Creek.
John Doran, of Christiana.
Oils* Lsmbaon, of New Castle.
FA winr R. Cochran, ofJSt. Georges.
* William E. Biggs, Pr., of Blackbird.
BBBLBVT OOBBTS COSIMI88IONEES.
William R. Bright, of Bed Lion.
William Polk, of St. George's.
William A. Morrison, cf Mill Creek.
William L. Wier, of White Clay Creek.
Jams* JT. Taylor, of Appoquinimink. .
Henry H. Weils, of Blackbird.
NotIC* TO STB3CBIBEM-—Those of our
•nnscribsra who are indebted to the Morn
MO Herald, will oblige by an early re
mittance.
The Reralag NsraM
la pabliaiied every morning, (Sunday ex
ploit) and delivered In thg city ol Wil
mington and anrronndlng places for six
eenta per week,payable to carriers Mail
subscriptions, postage Lee, three dollars
per annum.
Rro.O'Ntxrr A Co., Publlt hers.
No 808 Shipley street,
, Wllmingtoy Del.
-rf.
Wilding ton, oet. Dei., bo, i*7R.
R*
THE WAR CLOUD,
From Alls Minor, and the Mountains re
gion* of Turkestan aad Affgh*nlstaa,
come tbe muttering* which precede the
storm. It seems to be a certainty that
England will have an unprofitable, pro
tracted and exhaustive war with Afghanis
tan, added to the danger of a conflict from
Kurope with Russia, there comes Dews of a
moat ominous character respecting the In
terests of Rntsli, England and Turkey.
The Porte has been very slow In executing
the provisions of the Berlin Treaty, and
baa countenanced oppressive measures to
wards tbe Bulgarian tbat have Incited tb»t
stubborn people to a new Insurrection.
They still have vivid mimsrles of the ter
rible massacres In tbe late war, so well de*
plcted by U. 8 Consul Schuyler, in which
tens of thousands of men, women tnd
children were murdered with tbe most hor
rible atrocity, and seorse of village* horned
to the last sttek. Russia remembers this
also, and refuse* to withdraw her armies
until tbat country 1* at peace and th* guar
aatee given by Turkey of the semi-freedom
of tbe people and their rightful welfare Is
thoroughly realized. Turkey has, tbn* far
entirely neglected all prevlllone of theTrea*
ty In tbla line, and as she makes forma]
complaint to the P owers of tbe non-with
drawal ef the Russian forces, ths suspicion
J* well founded that the Porte .only desires
tbe evactlon of Bulgaria to allow tbe old
aystem of terrorism and plundering to be
renewed. Russia refuses to go, and now
England Is trying her hand at the old game
•f bullying and tbaatenlng Russia la do
ing right, and whatever may be thought by
•elflah courts of Europe, It Is certain that
that tbe people of the world look with ap.
proval upon tbe efforts to relieve the Chris
tians of tbe Turkish province* from tbe
terrible thraldom that has made the Turk
iah name tbe synonym for all that treach
ery, barbarity, lost, and venality Indicate.
Viewed politically, there Is every evidence
tbat th* Treaty of Berlin Is . bnt a truce
one more advantageous to Russia that any
other Power—and that the asqnel will be
one of terrible reality, Involving a struggle
of Titanic proportions. Tbe question will
be, whether barbarism, supported by Chris
tian bayonet* and approved by a supposed
moat intelligent aristocracy shall crush
progress, or whether tbe advancing civili
zation of Russia and the Turkish provinces
shall still push forward from the
darkneis of centuries of obscurity upon tbe
Asiatic steppes, and take rank with the en
lightenment and humanity of the age.
COLONEL MARTIN'S SPEECH.
There was much of Col. Martin's spsech
to commend, bnt part of it indicated a
policy whleh will not advantage Wilming
ton and the adjacent manufacturing dis
tricts. There is but little doubt that the
manufactarlng Interests of our State give
more remunsrstion employment than can
be had from' fts agriculture. The repre
sentative of tbe Stete in Congress shoald
be willing to help to large a factor of his
constituency < be matter of a protective
tariff. Unhteiur manufactories are pro
tected they cannot compete with those of
Europe. Money Is ebsapsr tbsre, Md
cheap as labor 1* here, it is yet cheeper
beyond the Atlantic. Ther* nay be a dose
you on the tariff question fa* UuMxt Con
yrns.and it ^pnld be well for our leading
to have a talk wffh blffi^
would be largely Influenced
His expressed opinion
as wefieiieveb#
by their views.
.
upon sub*idle* an, It U true, coneonsrt
edtb thosegenerallj held by the Demoarecy,
bat we beg to suggest to Mr Martin, a c*re
fnl and large consideration of me subject.
We need not hope to extend our oommrce
te South America or elsewhere, untae* we
have the mean* of transporting ««u wase*.
Tbe paat baa demenatratsd that no line of
Asseric*". steanublps can exist unless
helped by a subsidy. Tbs Amsrlcsa Un*
horn Philadelphia, if It was not helped by
the Fsnnsylvaais Railroad, could notsen
ttnue te be run, si though the future Is mors
hopeful, France subsidises about forty
steemahip line*, and as s result her pro
ducts ere to be found' In every cranny of
the known world, aad her-people have snb
jectad all mankind to them, a* their com
mercial tributaries. This French lesso*
shoald not be lost upon us. Tbsre wss
one sentence from CoL Martin, which wss
golden : " The expenses of the government
must come down to hard pan." Good ■
We anxlonely await the Colonel's maiden
speech Introducing a bill to carry out bis
hard paB policy—the main featnre of which
will be to reduee tbs psy of Congreasrcfn
and Senators to |3,000 per annum, and all
official* In like proportion*, the same a* H
waa before the war—the aams relative pay
as bis constituents are compelled to receive
for thslr labors. From the manly instincts
of Colonel Martin we have large expects,
tions, and trnst we will be able compliment
him upon bis championship of the hard
pan policy,
DITIDX TBM COUNTY.
The Interests of Wilmington demand a
divorce from New Castle county. We are
now forced to psy very much more than
oar share of taxation, and do not re cel re a
eo-relatlve benefit therefrom. The subject
of a division has been frequently dlscntsed,
and no answer made to Its advocates,which
sounded in reason or justice. Action la now
demanded. After the election meetings
shoald be held, petitions signed, and agita
tion kept np, so as to operate upon and ln
flnene* tba next Legislature to divide the
comity.
The San Franci*co papers ar# pretty
unanimous in thsir oomment* on a com
munication on the Chinese question from
the pen of Col F. A. Bee, recently pub
lished in the Pittsburg Post. The Exam
iner speaks of Col. Bee as "the agent anil
man of all work in a public way of the
Chinese six companies," ynd tbs Chronicle
allude- to him as their-''paid attorney '
The latter journal says the representation
that any considerable number of persons
i" California favor Chinese immigration is
"as gross a perversion of well-known fads
as it is po-*ihie to conceive," The Call
says that the immigration of the Cuines
is favored only by 'the few who are make
ing large profits in business by the Chinese
in the various trades in which they are en*
gtged," and declares that "the great mas
•f the people of all classes" demand tha'
it be stopped. Even the Alta doss nothe*'
itate to say that Col. Bee "claims entirely
to» much for the Aaiatio," and it denies
that the better da*n of Californians either
regard Chinamen as good citjatn* or desire
to encourage immigration.
Wo think that the Call states the c«se
correctly, aod that the advocacy of Chimb*
imO' igrelion is chiefly confined to those
wk mat* large profit* by the employment
*f o olian labor.
.As th* time for the reassembling of Con
gress approaches, those who have designs
upon th* public treasury are perfecting^
theie plans as far as such perfection is at
tainable. On* of the schemer, is ao enlarge*
ment of the navy. Now while it cannot
be denied tbat our navy is not a very for
midable one, and is rapidly becoming les
so, two things deserve remembrance in
connection with this proposition. One is
that, in the language of a dead President!
"We are at pesce with all the world and
the rest of mankind;" the other that th*
country is not in a condition that watrant 8
the proposed heavy expenditure. Th*
maxim, "In lime of peace prepa:e for
war," is a good one, but as wars are net
generally precipitated without a long dis
cussion of the preliminaries it is safe to
assume that this strengthening of the navy
can be postponed for the imme iiate present
Encouraging reports come from the
Mexican border, where General Trevino
appears to be working in harmony with
General Ord, and meeting with such suc
cess as might be expected from united ac
tion of th* commanders on both sides of
th* Rio Grande. The determination of
our Government to put an end to border
outrages has had a good effect already, aod
tbe promptness with which the Mexicans
bar* now gone lo work disperiisg bands
of maraudeis presents tolerably fair evi
dence of the foot that they had heretofore
neglected this duty, ^hen neither side
of the border offers a safe refuge for cattle
thieves and assassins, they will soon aban
don thsir raids into Ttxa*.
P. K. A. Ball, Friday Nov. 8th.
strange to, hear o
' actively at M<kk.£x>*
tie-loading riffle* intolgBech
such civilisation u isfdkrasc
It
lera ,*
.
tried in
ling guns and b re a c h-loader* baa now
penetrated to all parts of the worid. Th#e
^ M , who * ht ^ th « »ru^
Uve weapooa of warfare now-a-daya, the
Sharp*, Remington, 1 Winchester, or other
ipodero rifle* being found in the bands o f
South Sea Islanders as well as in those of
North -of Amencan Indians According
to some accounts citQtzvtion started some
where in the neighborhood of Afghanistan
and poaubly this century may wiinem lie
return thither in forme of government, a*
well as in wsspons of warfare,
P. K. A. Hall, Friday Nov.'8th.
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
-i
N OTICE;—I, Andrew Wilbslm.do here
glvj notice mat l 'hall app y
Jadrea of t 1 -* Court of General Besritone of
the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of
Delaware. In and for the county of New
Oae'le, on Monday, the 18th day of Novem
ber, being the let day 'f the Nove nbbr
term A. D. 1K78, for a license to keep an
Inn or Tavern at No. 411 Shipley atreet, t»
Se Tbl d ward of the cH> ol wl'mlngtali
S r and State afore*Id, and with
vllege to sell Intoxicating liquors in
quantities than one quart to be drank
do the premuss,and the following respect
able citizens recommend the said applies
tion to wit:
C. Hchmith, John Bader,
George Fiuck, «\ Abbe ger,
Thomas I. Rnssell, James Clark,
Conrad Keller, Fidel Grrerer,
William > axter, Charles Krapf.
If. Lieberman, '■.Biermann,
Leonard Hamann, Mlcheal M<gary,
A Bickta,
P. B. Forman,
Edwin A. Parker,
to t
un
ep
lens
• §
W. Klclimann,
The). Blermaun,
P. Moosghan.
A J. Maxwell, John F, Farmer,
W. H. Chadwlek, V, J. MOManna.
octlMt ANUREW WfLHELM.
VT OTIOE—LSjlvester W. CIcmeL*,->1 New
1A| Castle county.and State of Delaware, do
hereby give notice that I Intend to make
application to the Court of General Ses
sions of the Pesos and Jail Delivery of the
State of De aware, In and for New Cattle
county, on tne first day of Its term, which
will commence and be held at New Castle,
in New Castle county aforesaid, bn Mon
day, the 18tbdayofNo embers A. D. 1878,
lor a license to keep an Inn or Tavern, and
io sell intoxicating hquors in less quanti
ties than one quart to be drunk on the
premises, at a d in ;he hon*e now occu
pied by me.and knownas t bet-urn ml t House.
Tote location of said house whereip I pr -
pore to keep ao i nh oi tavern, Is In School
ulstri t 'o. 74 in New Castle county afore
said In the sata Bummlt Bridge, St.
Qsorg sHnndred, The - antes Of the resnect
abie cltlzrcs recommending the said ap
plication are:
Charles McNamee
James Niohotson
James P. F--rd
William Lore
J K. Brown
C. A Lata
A P. Ornagy
John Vail
>. F Bonlden
S'mon Starr
William P. Nicholson John Gill
Henry Salmon
SYLVESTER W. CLEMENT,
TeoriCE, I, Wm. B, Uorrinder, do
•*-' nereby elve notice 'hat I s-tali apply to
Judges of th- Court of General Kessiong of
tae Pcac- and Jail delivci.9 of t o State of
i)e »wa r e» In ami foi t:-- county of N-w
Ca-tle. on Monday, the 18th day of N'ovem
i'glheisi d-y of the November
i. D. iSre, for a t/cense to keep *><
-•^r, r>et
twin,
Inn o Tavern ,<t t o house known a« the
h-istieuaH. U-C,iii tne Village of ('hrtsti
.--ol District 44, in New
■ nd SUHe aforesaid, and
w-tb the n ivl-cge to .fit intoxica'1-ig
..q-.otS in lee quandtp-i- than "lie quart
Pa k on in- pre ises, a. d the fjl
t iesw.-ctable citizens recommend
the Mt d app)lCatU>B, to wd:
Wtn. f dmallev
-.r mV -ji Rutlaf
Win. i'. Can-t
^na aun
count s
o
% J. Marshall
L. J. t'. ton»r
J-nm
David 8. L- a-h
Same el Isutic-r
Bone; t M t arter
James Davie
,t.,;
ijlie
uotiti rfau
• .--o. \V. Cuniader
Wm. <5.« aula
Johu F. i each
W.V.. B. C
HdXPS- 3 .
TOTICE—Dr. W. If. 9. Adkisson,apotn
N
ccary, hereby aunoi ids intention
of makine appl'naiiou at the November
term of the Court of Gt-nar.u tession» far
r New Cattle County, for a
ilcsbae for dispensink spirituous liquors
for medical purpose, at bis store on Mtdn
atreet between Broad and Cane streets, in
*se tnvu of Middletown, io viniud nohool
Jdistric* NoiflOaud 81. The names of the
respectable citizens reeotnm -odlng my
said application, a-e:
H. M. rtcynoids,
W.r* 00 tt Way,
G. W W. Nau-llo,
Isaac Jones, Jr,
I. W. Hayes,
Frank T. Ellason,
Nath 1 Williams,
Is
j Hud
Edw W, Lockwood,
I. P. McDowell.
W, A. oomegys,
tiewell Jon*.,
J B. F-ard,
H.B Ho ton,
W.n. Kate*,
Geo- W. Ingram,
Da. W, a. H aDKIRRON.
*el2s-3i
REGISTER'S NOTICE*.
EGIBTER'B ORDER.
R
REGISTER'S OFFICE,
Nxw Castle Covwty, Sept. 17, 1878.
Upon the application of Rev. Patrick
Riley, Administrator ol Mary A. McCul
lough, lat* of Wilmington Hundred, In
tala County, deceased, It Is ordered and di
rected by tne Register
trator aforesaid, give notice of granting ol
Letters of adm nlstratlon upon the Estate
of the deccsed, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the date ol
snch Letters, In six of the most public
places of the County of New Castle, requir
ing all Dersons having demands against
the estate, to present the same or ablie by
an Act of AsHrmb y In such case made and
provided a nd also cause the same to be
Inserted within the same period in the
Morning Herald, a newspaper published
In Wllmlngt„.n, and to be continued there
in three weeks, (e o d)
that the Admlnls
Given under the hard and flea'
ofuffi eof the t-eglsleraforesa
at Newcastle, In Newcastle
* oudI.v. sfo-esaid, t o day and
ytar above written.
_ 8. C. BIGGS. Register.
Notice—A ll prr ons having claims
against tho Es'ate .1 the deceased mast
present the same duly attested to the Ad
ministrator on or before Bep'ember 17,1879,
or abide the Act of Assembly In such
case made and provided.
I
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(
PATRICK RlLhiT,
Administrator,
aep20
Address, WIlaaingtoL, Del.
KOKIFi or
Four Dollar
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
0
SEVEN SHOT BEVOLVEH
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES
JAMBS A BRO,
204 Market St.. Wilmington, Del,
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SaiSmoreand Waaniagton, U 51,1 It, 1 *8
ana. 1254,1268,6.08, pm.
Trains for Delaware Division leave ter
Mew Caatls 620, • 15, am, 1 06 . • 80 n. ns.
Harrington and Intermediate stations*IS
a m,l 05,8 SO p m.
Delmar and IntermedlaU stations. • U,
a. m.106, p.m.
f
SUBTDAT TRAINS.
Philadelphia ai
* 10 a m. 6 00. ll
Philadelphia and
Baltimore and Wi
For further In*
pot.
lunl-ly
H.F KEN NET, Sort,.
PROFESSIONAL.
PIANOS, r
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MOBIC.
r. mbvuxb'b, music storm, so.
" 9SU markjct btmmrt.
A GOOD T% OCTAVE ROSEWOOD
PLANO FOR 1186 CASH
AH Instrument* guaranteed f-r five
aprU-lyr
years.
JOHN
Attorney and Conseller at Law
O'BYRNK,
814 Walnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
CflUsenaei Delaware having law bnaluesa
in Philadelphia, or the adjoining counties
In Pennsylvania, -will have It promptly
and properly attended to, by oommunioa
ting with him , - _tan.
I IB. JORDAN, UK DM. JORDAN
AJ DAVI EASON, sole principal and pro
prietor of the
OBJECT;' BUi©f£/p, MUSEUM,
728 Chestnut street, PhiTadelphla, has Jnst
Issued a new medical work,
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
on mental, ndrvona and acquired debility
a pamphlet of great importance, in which
i indisputably is shown howloat health
can be regained, also a essay on marriage,
should be read by all. Can be had, price 26
cent* in postage stamps, poet Lee, by
addressing tne anther.
on
Db. JORDAN,
1626 Flilwrt street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Where he mgr Ueqandliv snlted.
EDUCATIONAL
mBiNif-Y hall,
1 BEVERLY, NEW
Established 1867. English and French Homt
Bchool for Young Indies. Varied advan
tages of tha nlahestorder. Numbc- o: nu
ells limited. Kali terra be»la» Sept. tStb.
For elroalar, address Miss. R. O. Bunt.
Principal
JERSEY.
^vr.JOSEJ a'8 AOAOEMT.
OHE81N CT HILL, /HILa DELPHI a.
L'Jide
save ol Uiii niaiers of 0i, .In 'pa
The coarne of. ystmotloii inolndes u,
nrancoferfof s use.n; and Christian 5c
lion. "
Annnai psrttoq for Board i»d J aluor
woo. For forever paglidHlars, addrees,
aepl-ly
24
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MOTHE MARI JOHJN.
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reopenb September 2nd, tor tho 87th terra.
For information, write or call la bnSlnes"
hoars from Stpitn. xu or 4 ,to J-p. m
lyYODEL INfitllllA
zo. 10.60.75 and 1.00 per week for a thor
ough educatien, anno
M JI
L INSTITUTE.
A s« e:t Prim-ry, Middle and t-'enlor
school for both sexen,taught on a now and
original p.an. The handsomest school
room tu ttw. city. Office hours from 8 to
12 a. uj ,2 to 4 and 7.30 to 6.30 p. m. VfcC.i
road taught free Books free.
JAMK8H.CBAHB, Principal.
Office No. g. Bavtlle Building,
j^RANDYWINE SEMINARY.
INSTITUTE Mil,HIM,
Opens MGNDAY SEPTEMBER 8, I87B
EIGHTH AND MARKET 8T8„
W.8. McNAIR, Principal.
Jiugl3-tf
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EBLEYAN FEMALE ( OLLR I E,
WiLMIftGTON, DELAWARE.
? At the opening of tbe fall term, A1UN
4.Y, Sept. 9 h 1878, there will be a 1
resident, NEW furniture NEW
throughout Hie building. NEW piano*-. I
medsrn conveniences N EWLY intiou
to ado lo the com r ort of the yonnjf u uiei
both in the public and private ioome, aiiii
all thin at the OLD price*.
For catoL gues, address the President.
REV* J. M. WILLIAM*, A M,
at
Jyie s T
RE-OPENING
OF
F. BECHER'S MUSIC SCHOOL,
No. 921 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON DEL., MbI B 9th
Terms;
Iln, per quarter, (8 months.)
Advanced Scholars
Beginner* on Piano or VIo
$8,0t' ;r '
8 to to«l3
sept-, -lw
I
HAVE YOUR
CLOTHING
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
ALFRSD LCARSON,
No, 2 B. 5th. STREET
(Lieberman Building,)
Custom Work done satisfactorily.
Price and good work guaranteed.
auglS-lm,
Low
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UUaVakuOKta.
•lie,00B drawn svsryiT •
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10
Prises of _
1M Prises of iuopcaefa
HI Prises oX $500 each
60,000
121,000
*41,000
m Prises,amonnUagto(Span lab) 1780,OOC
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Mmin OfneSe; N<* 2 E*«t *#ebiid Street
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Coal put in Cellars free of charge.
J. B. CONROW & SON. Proprietors.
The Best Coal 6ver Sold in the
City
Put in Oellaxs [Of charge
. 'ALSO ,>*.„.**
i
OAk AND PINE kINDLING WOOD
ENOCH It. OORT Jr
Pourtk-StrMi Wharf.
JUST RECEIVED
THE
Singer Manuf'g Co.
HAVE JUSf SENT TO THEfR OFFICE,
No. 424 MARKET Street,
V. r LMINGTON DELAWARE*
Tua involca of the JUg it B«QDiu«, LeUst Improved FAMILY MACBINM
evei brought wo this maram, uotwii-hataudidg riitftljnee are hard, o «or 70 fhmlliea ere
mad* happy wittln tho last, u oatix b* buying tbo •-», H, a r* , X £ . .
World Renowned Singer.
If you want a MACHINE, don't fall to secure a SINGER.
Hundreds ef people *ho hav other-kinds tbat do not suit for various reasons,bars
exeh-ang. d them for the LINGER.
Th* BING'iK M MJHI.vK Is n-w se.l'ng for Just onenatfthe jrleiaal price for cstb
or on ca Hjr terms for m mikly payments. Don't fill to aee th.; -i NG.'.K at
No. 424 MaIEwT Street,
A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent.
STOCK' IS7S!
NEW
VA)
NGWlft.8
LARGE AND
COMPLETE.
AT THE
MODEL TAILOR STORE
I
As anj other Tailoring Establishment in Wilmington. We adhere strictly to 0 f<
der Work, and do not carry on a Ready Made Tailoring Bonnes*. Our Prices are as
Low, Material, Fit and Workmanship considered as ar* to be found anywhere.
Beaatily thanking th* Public Rod our friends for their patronage. I ask the con*
tinuanee of the same. I guarantee no one shall be ashamed
Yours Truly,
dissatisfied with th*
or
Loils we turn out.
FERD- CARSON, No. 223 Market Str't
I
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NOW ON HAND
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A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST IMPROVED
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Stoves, Eeaters and Ranges.
^SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE LARGE
STOCK OF
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In good condition which
House Furnishing Goods.
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7 & 9 E. FOURTH STREET,
Sep***®
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