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A New Enow-Hothing Movement.
The New York Sun is authority
fir the statement that a new know-
Allff-13. 1S75 nothing moyement has been on loot.
it is cauea.tne American jjeaguc,
and was first organized in loil. It
is stated that it has 40,000 mem
bers in the'tate of New' York, and
will run a complete .ticket for State
officers in the election of Novems
ber. Its leading principle is that
none but Americans born in this
country and of American parents
shall be eligible to omcc, and it
proposes that the naturalization
laws shall be amended accordingly.
It also "Jays down the .doctrine of
i . . r ...1!
aosoiute nonmterierence in rein
gious subjects, though it holds the
law of the land supreme above any
It is a secret so
ciety made of lodges, with pass-
wMf1o eirrnala an4 no 13 Tllff
self aloft, and that nothing could Sun expresse3 the opinion that the
induce him to return to deck, ine mllI11).t ,.nt ammmt. tn much
laptain furthur reported that the afc presentj for the reagon tuat the
madman nau aimcu mmacn n,u - exclusion of foreisn born citizens
large cutting chisel, "witn wmcn ne A t ch:I(jrn frora tiie r;ffnt
was cutting the ropes, and that the tQ hoid office ig nofc an ob-ect for
boatswain Had trieu to Dnng uim u ennlfl will labor verv
1 mi. Vi s ttt rtitir throw .
UOVVIl. JLiiu uiiiuiiit, nutti, imni i hoartilv
a block at the boatswain, knocking 1 . .
. -it i t l 1 ' . I .
Him on dccK and creasing nis arm Suke, 1 m eom2 to wallop ye
and leg. As a matter of safety to rjgat Bmart in iust four hoots and a
his vessel and crew the captain ol boiler!' said the sauatter, as he
the Jesse Osborne considered that DUShed un his sieves.
it was necessary to shoot the mam I 'Sam, ye don't weigh nuff into
reo tuns!' she redied in a grim
mi i r.
course was decided upon, ine crew v0ice and the battle commenced
and officers of the Glance were re- . The Vicksbureer mentally bet
A Strange Story of the Sea.
The London Times of Saturday,
tiie 17th of July, says:
u A private letter received yes
terday in Sheffield from one of the
crew of the iron ship Glance, of
London, which arrived in the
Thames from Adelade on Thursday,
give intelligence of a terrible event
which recently occurred at sea. On
the 27th ultimo the Glance passed
an outbound vessel, bearing the
name of Jesse Osborne, and was
hailed bv the Captain of the latter j
1 1 AnA rf VllC I
snip, wno repuneu church or sect.
crew had srone mad ; that tor nve t
days the maniac had stationed hims I, . &nd 0&thg
MRS. J. FELDEMEIMER
Having removed two doors from ber late
stand to the handsome brick building recent
ly erected by Mr. B. J. Keech, now has in-creased-facilities
for conducting the
Millinery Business in
all its Brancnes.
A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, CLOTH
ING, TRUNKS and VALISES,
also in stock which will bfi sold at low fig
Thanking her numerous friends for their
past patronage, she now extends a cordial
welcome to them all, particularly tLe ladies,
and will endeavor to serve them as faithfully
in the future as heretofore.
She is ready and fully prepared to meet
1 11 .1 - 1 1 .1 In in
tno warns oi an auu mviwrs me puuni; m in
ducements which are constantly offered.
Mrs. J. Feldendeinier,
Main St-, Tarboro', N. C
Feb. 5, 1875. ly
New Goods !
New Goods !
M. Weddell & Co.
Have now iu etore a full assortment of
THE ROCKY MOUNT
WTirE ARE NOW
twenty to one on the man at the
start, but in two minutes he had re
duced the odds to ten, and in two
minutes more he was betting even.
quested to be present as witnesses,
and in their presence the man was
hot with a revolver, .zn conse
qunco of the way in which ho moYs
cd about the rigging three shot3 Thewife was like a wildcat, spring
liol tn hr firorl hpfnrfl hf! was tatal-- j.i; o.-;i-: i.;v.
iA tk v ' I 111". U LL. Obll&IU!:. OilllA tiaiTJUg.
ly injured, ie fell dead on deck an,i pretty Boon her husband had to
ana nis Dony was eventually mrown stan(i on tDe defensive.
overooara. 'Look out for the Bengal tisrer,
- CD .
Sul'o' Via tt cirri Ctrl na a tliP
rr ? rr . 1 i l 1
ino post omce department nas iX nnn t. hnnta nfrn
auopieuu new utsigii '. Snm!' sl1(1 rKeJ nnd , h
va Tvrinol nt'tl K rpnoivnd nt tho grew nercer
T.nf ,-r, ,Ur nr Wn Th 0r9 of the woman's sharp nails
color ia to bo a licht erav. and the sirucs me nuspana s eye. anu Dim
suporlluous printed matter and lines ded bim for an instant. As he threw
on the old cards aro to ba entirely up his arms she seized both her
done away with. On tho upper left hands into his hair, yanked him
band corner is simply the monogram, down, and in another moment had
" U. s." across wmeu in a scrou are tue 0Ure' on him.
tho words l ostai aru. un tne do cave?, she &sUi &a
llflllU XiaUU AO OLULU,, 1 1.1 IrtTT . It -r-
. -I . '- -. . .. ! ' hat c tho (loart-wnrirl SnL-fl nnri
old, the sides oi the stamp being or- ,. , , ,, , '
nanaented with emblematic figures, U am a licked man! he mournfully
and over tho ton the words. U. S. answered
Postage,' and on tho bottom the She let him up, and he turned to
words, ' One Cent,' both inscriptions the Vicksburger, and inquired
of the best Quality, for the tome
COTTON PLOW LINES, all sizes
HEAAT 4-4 SHEETING.
Orders from prompt customers filled without
TERMS : Net cash, within thirty days.
Dec. 4,- Rocky Mount, N. C.
to be surrounded with scroll work
The center of the stamp will centain
a profile of the uoddess oi .Liberty,
and the ground of the stamp will be
ruled instead cf solid as iormerly.
There will be no water mark on the
paper, which is to be of higher finish
tban before, and printing: will be in
black ink. Of the new cards, 40 in
stead of 30 will be printed on a sheet,
and tho post office department has
recentlv authorized postmasters to
issue them in quantities of 10,000.
The new card is to bo much better
adapted to general use than the old,
and the manufacturers anticipate a
marked increase in the consumption.
Tho report just compiled by First As
sistant Postmaster General Barber,
shows that 1U7,G1G,000 postal cards
were sold during the fiscal year
which ended Juno oO, against 91, 007,
000 i3ued during the preceding year,
an increase of about IS 1-G per cent.
The supply of cards at the factory
has for some time exeeeded the de
mand, and about 5,000,000 are geni
erally kept on hand.
'btranger, was it
'I guess it was!'
A Vanqusaed Eagle,
The Baltimore American gives
an interesting account of a recent at-,
tempt by an eagle to carry off a
cat, which oceured at a farm on the
bay shore of Kent county, Mary-,
land A young medium sized cat
was treading leisurely along in a
potato patch, when a large, full
grown eagle swooped down and
catching her in his talons, bore her
up. I'usaey wriggled and mewed pit
cousiy for some moments, but sud
denly seeming imbued with cour
ago, she began a deterrniucd effort
to obtain a ho7 J oa her oppressor.
So great were her straggles that
the eagle was unable to ily longer,
ari(kcpt up a continuous flapping
with its wings to keep aloft. Af
ter ranch exertion, the cat succeed ed
m her obct, nnd obtained a
Then I travel!
He entered the hut, put on his
coat and hat, took up his rifle, and
as he came out he reached his hand
to his wife, and said
'Good-bye, Suke! We agreed fa'r
and squar', and here I co.' Then
turning to the traveler, he added
'Much obleeged, stranger; ye held
the candle plum fa'r, and ye didn't
holler for either one of us!
And he walked down to the fence,
leaped over, and was soon lost to
'Good 'nuff on the shoot,' mused
the wife, as she gazed arter him
'but his fightin weight is clar dowd
to nuthin!' VicTcsburg (Miss.) Her
claws cn the
breast of 1 1 o ecp
every possibly endeavor to free
self m vain. It ilappcd its wings,
shook it3 bo-ly, and appeared to
heartily regret having meddled with
pussey in her peaceful wys. Fin
ally, as if in despair and exaustion,
it spread its broad wings and fell
sliwly to tho buy, over "which the
struggle had been going on. Im-f-.ately
upon to -Ling tho wr.s?r,
the cat loose1, her bold and swam
bcVl'y ashor-- while the eagle, upon
being freeJ froiii its troublesome
!.i v.!..., . .. 1 1 1
"uiui, 8uui uw, ia.ru anu speu ?ap-
Lov&'s YouEg Ereara Eiscipated-
There is a jainily at Sandy ill,
X. Y., which Jirvj ;i very practical
way of vk'v.ing events in life and
'tar old daughter of
this family, who h n been addicted
to dime novtlo and other sentimen
tal gush, ciopc wilh a school-boy,
got married t" h.'i:: and then re
turned with Lr: .u bo forgiven, af
ter the winner of the dime novels.
The purer. ts, however, were not
like the parents in the dime novels,
for the m tbcr Knmdlv spanked the
'A gentleman who is a great col
lector of autographs has a very sin
gular one of the Duke of V elhngton,
which he prizes very highly, as he
considers it characteristic of a no
bleahearted man. The following is
a faithful transcript:
'Stratiifieldsate, July 27, 1837
'Field Marshal the Duke of Wel
lington is happy to inform William
iarnes that his toad is alive am
'An explanation of this singular
letter is given on a paper appended,
m these words:
'The Duke of Wellington was one
day taking his usual country walk
when he heard a cry of distress
He walked to the spot and found :
chubby, ro3ysfaced boy lying on the
ground and bending his bead over
a tame toad, and crying as if hi
little heart would break.
'What s tho matter, my laa: said
'O sir, please sir, my poor toad
I bring it something to eat every
morning. But they are going to
send me off ever so far away to
school; nobody will bring it anything
to eat when 1 am gone, and I am
afraid it will die.'
'Never mind, don't cry, lad. I'l
bee that the toad is well fed, and
you shall hear ail about it when you
are at school.
'The boy thanked the gentleman
heartily, dried up his tears and went
home. During the time he was at
school he received five letters simU
lar to that given above, and when
he returned for his Christmas Loli-.
ders the toad was as the duke said,
'alive and well,' but, in accordance
with the usual habits of these anis
mals, he was in his winter's sleep,
in which he remained until spring
and genial weather brought him
from his well-guai !ed hole in the
:tul P:e l;:y ti l.i way out of
he hr.use w:is kicked eighteen
t!,c fitlier. As mother
had read anything of tl
rovcls. the denouncement
genuine iurpri-e to thorn.
woicome o. tic: :o:id naruit
ive w rked ike
h said 1
and b"th of the lovei'3 are
:' their folly. Love may
laugh s t a lcckfu.itb. but wlipn it
comes to spanking and 2Io. 12 boots
love can i-ai.se at best only a very
Couguing. The best method of
tasing a cough is to resist it with
all the force of will possible, until
the accumalation of phlegm becomes
greater ; and it corned up very much
easier, and with half the coughing.
A great eal of hacking fc.nd hem'
ruing aui coughing in invalids is
purely nervous, or the resuit ot
mere habit, as is shown by the fre
quency vith which it occurs while
tue patient is thinking about it, and
is of comparative rarity when the is
so much engaged that there is no
time to think, or 'when the attens
tion is impelled in another direction.
A kindheartod, peace-loving Balti
more man painted his front steps t wen
tythree times trying to please his vife,
and then she- decided that the first col-v-r
was tho beat.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Will our or prevent rjlseaee.
UUillllUiMl I If 11.1 U
To the Citizens of
combe and adjacent
rriHE undersigned respectfully announces
X that he lias again opened business oi a
on Church Street, near Mr. Dozier'a Store
Special attention paid to
GUN AND CITY WORK
Particular care f aid to
Also the manufacturing and repairing a
kinds of agricultural and general BLACK
An experience of over TWENTY TEARS
in Edgecombe is sufficient testimony to my
capability. 1 respectfully return tliauks for
the Tarious manifestations of kindness here
tofore received and hope to continue to de
Not. S-tf. I. B. PALAMOUNTAIN.
NEW STORE !
875. SPRIG! 1875
to which they invite Ihe attention of their
customers and the public.
The Goods were bought
and will be sold at a
Call and examine before buying.
M. WED DELL & CO.
Tarboro, April 23. if
Prices to Suit the Times
I, C. J. AUSIN, formerly of It. II. Austin
& Co., and late with T. H. Gatlin, have tl.,'
pleasure of informing my friends and the
public in. general that. I Lave opened a
Gen'l Grocery Store
on Main Street, between the stores of Messrs
II. Morriss & Bros., and T. II. Gatlin, where
I will koep on hand a choice selection of
goods at the lowest market rates, viz :
NEW MESS PORK,
NliW RUMP PORK,
C. YELLOW SUGAR,
C. WHITE SUGAR,
A. WHITE SUGAR,
LOAF AND GRANULATED tSL'GAR,
S. V. II A.MS.
BACON SHOULDERS & SIDES.
D. S. SHOULDERS & SIDES.
C. R. SIDES,
BOLONA & PORK SAUSA'JES,
FERTILIZING LIME. &C, iC,
which will be sold very low i'.-r CASH.
Call and examine.
C. J. AUSTIN.
Feb. 5, 1875. ly
THE .T AS. liUFFFJj s-
Double Tarbiae Water Wheel,
jjIanuLacttir e d by
POOLE & HUNT,
7,HH) HOW Zlf IS El
blmple. Strong, Durable,
always reliable and ttatis
Jactory. Manufacturer, also, of
, Portable & Stationary
Engines, Steam Boilers,
Saw & Grist Kills, Mini
for Cotton Mills. Flonr.
Paint. WTii'to T. Mil on1
Oil Mill Machinery. Hvdranlin and nth or-
T. " . BOGA31T
Wasliiugtou TSJ. O.
Pure Medicines, Books, Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Picture Frames, Tasnels audCords.
Whole-'nle and Retail agent lor Peters Musi
ral Monthly, Folio and Deiuorests Magazines,
Chromoa 17x20 us premium. Keeps all the
1 itest music at Publishers prices. Any Book
furnished to order.
Dec. 11,-1 y. k D. N. BOGART.
Established in 1793.
Maj. KOBT. BINGHAM,
Maj. WM. B. LYNCH,
Capt. T. S. NORWOOD,
W. G. QDACKENBUSII,
University of Va.
Tiie Spring Session rf 1875 opened Janu
ary 13th, bat applicants are received at any
Tuition and Board, per session of twenty
Tuition is FREE to sons of Gospel Minis
ters and to candidates for tLe ministry, ir
respective of denomination.
For particulars, address
MAJ. ltOBtRT BINGHAM,
Feb. li-tf Supt
(Formerly Tarboro', N. C.)
TTAVE OPENED FINE AND EXTEN-
11 sive Stables iu
where thev will constantly keep oa hand
Horses eft; Mules,
WHOLESALE ASU Kc. 1 AIL.
tZ?" Any order to them for stock will
promptly attend to.
Nos. 15 and 17 Fifteenth Street,
May 28, 1874. Cm
Purniture5Carpeting, Window Shades
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING.
THE OLD AND RELIABLE 1IOCSE OF
Oor. 3Xa1x3l and Crra.xx.lo-y Stroots,
iTILL stand at the heaa oi tno traae ana can tne attention oi their old customers and the
O the general public to the very large assortment of HOU8EHOLD FURNITURE AND
CARPETING contained in their extensive establishment. We guarantee New York prices
on all our goods and our well selected stock is the largest of any house South of Philadel
phia. We call special attention to our
PIANO AND MUSIC DEPARTMENT.
We are Agents and keep constantly on hand a full stock of CHECKERING & SONS CEL
EBRATED PIANOS. Also Agents for GEO
WOOD'S CABINET ORGAN8,
we sell at manufacturers prices.
Catalogues and Price Lists furnished on application. .
all of which
E. LIPSCOMB respectfully an
nouiiccs ilint blie has optued a Private
Boardinir House in Tarboro, on the corner
ot Bank and Pitt Streets.
Good Fare. IMcawant Hooiiih, Comfor
table Iteds. Board JHoderutc.
Feb. 10, 1S75.
IN HALIFAX COUNTY
I HAVE TWO VALUABLE TRACTS OF
land iu llalilax county which I oiler for
In the first tract there are COO acres of
good land. On the premises are a gtore
house 10O feet deep, a dwelling large JhfeKt
and commodious with all necessary Sjjiij
out-houscs, all in excellent repair, fjijjl.
The farm cau be divided into two or mree
parts as may be desired. It lies next to the
village of Palmyra, the store and rei4cnce
beins immediately in it. The location is ex
cellent as a place of business. A Hotel and
Livery Stable would also pay at this point,
and lor both purposes there are houses suit
able on the premises.
The second traet contains 430 acres with
hew dwelling and out-building It is situa
ted on Roanoke River 1 2 mile from Palmyra,
with a ;ood landing and a Warehouse ySx7
feet, just built, and used by uiyolf for storing
leriilizers and for other purposes.
The wafer at both places is excellent.
My reason for selling is a desire to move
to the Western part of the Sttte.
TERMS: One-third cash, balance iu four
payments in one, two, three an 1 four years.
Possession given wheu desired
Growing crnns will also be sold.
Further '.-'formation can be obtained by
applying e-'ier in person or by letter to the
JOHN L. BAKER,
Palmyra, Halifax Co., N. C.
May CS, 17.Y Sui
Wilson Advance please copy-
BER WOOD PUMP
is the acknowledged
STANDARD of the
market, by popular
venlict, the best pump for the least
money. Attention is invited to
R'.atcbley's Improved Bracket, the
Drop Check Valve, winch cau be
awn without disturbing the
:uil the copper chamber
which never cracks, scales or rusts and will
last a life time. Tor sale by Dealers aad the
tfado generally. In order to be sure tbat
you get Botchiey's Pump, be careful and
see that ii. lias my t;ade-mark as above. If
yoa do not know where to buy, descriptive
circulars, together with the name and ad
dress of the ajjent nearest you, will be
pron:pl'y furnished by addressing with
CIIAS. G. BLATCIILEY. Manufacturer.
506 Commerce St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb. 12, 1S75. 9m
HE RALEIGH NEWS,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
THE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Devoted to the best iut jrests of the State
of North Carolina to the success of the
Conservative party, the development of the
hidden wealth of the SbUe. the nn It'inw fn&-l
pration into our midst, and advancement of
the welfare of our people i everything tbat
serves to make a State prosperous and inde
will be found of ureat advantage, as the Daily
enjoys the largest circulation of any Daily in
the State, and is double that ot any Daily
published in Raleigh, and the Weekly circu
lates in every county in the State. Rates
Daily, one year, - - $5 00
" 6 months, - . 3 00
Weekly, one vear, - - 1 00
JOHN C. CAMERON, Editor.
JORDAN STONE, Associata Editor.
E. C. WOODSON, Local Editor.
SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AGE!
RALEIGH, N. C.
The only ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY in
the South. Eijrht pages. Forty columns.
Containing more reading matter than any
weekly published ia the Southern States.
The first number of the SOUTHERN IL
LUSTRATED AGE wilt be issued on
Saturday, 26th day of June, 1875.
The Publisher intends making it an illus
trated ref ord of the times. It will treat ol
every topic. Political, Historical, Literary,
and Scientific, which is of current interest,
and give ihe best illustrations that can bv ob
tained, origina or foreign.
The SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED AGE
will be printed on new type, aud heavy book
On its list of contributors will be found the
names of many of the best writers in the
South. Serial aud short stories, poems and
sketches, and well conducted editorial de
partments, giviug the latest personal, litera
ry, scientific, political, religious JUid commer
cial, intelligence, will furnish every week an
amount of readinc matter unsurpassed by
ether papers, in excellence aud variety. It is
intended to tnr.fcu the SOUTHERN ILLUS
TRATED AGL a jourr.i for the fireside; sev
eral columns will be specially devoted to all
subjects pertaining to domestic and tocial
life. No family should be without it.
Subscription price only $2 per annum.
65 , K. T. FULGHUM, Editor,
Raleigh, N. C.
Wiesenfeld, Stern & Co.,
Make liberal Cash advances on consignments of Cotton and other
Also with approved security, will advance on accommodating terms,
SUPPLIES to FARMERS for carrying on this year's crops.
Those desiring to avail themselves of the above offer, will apply to
our Agent, J. li. Uoffield, Tarboro , N. U.
J. B. COPFIELD,
Gen. Commission Merchant
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Whiskies, Wines, Tobacco, Segars,
Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building
and Shell Lime, Gu
anos, &c, &c.
Tarboro', N. D.
Feb. 19, 1875.
EDGECOMBE AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
TARBORO', TV. O.
Manufacturers of Wagons, Carts, Plows, Gin
and Mill Gearing, and Agricultural Im
We keep on hand a very large stock of Seasoned Wagon and Gart
Materials, and are prepared to furnish on short notice any vehicle in
it:, l: r i i-.t i . . i
mis mm irom a ngut one norse wagon to ine neaviest carts ana wagons
for Saw Mills. We make the
EIGHT FOOT GIN GEARING,
in the best style ; have never heard a complaint of one of our Horse
Powers. We furnish a full set of Bolts with these powers. Price $55.00
complete. JLJesiue several varieties ot Turning Plows we make a speci
alty of the
EDGECOMBE COTTON PLOW,"
which we believe has met with more general favor than any Cotton plow
i mi . 1 l t. .
ever maae. xnese piows are now maae alter two patterns, one intended
especially ior use in nara ana sun iana.
done on Engines, Saw Mills, Gins, Horse Powers, and all kinds of im
plements. The undersigned is manufacturers' agent for Tanner's Engines and
Saw Mills, Leffell's Turbine Water Wheels, Grist Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
ing and Gearing.
These Goods are all Warranted.
R. V. WALKER,
No 6-tf SUPERINTENDENT.
R. C. BROWN & GO'S.
III the latest Novelties and the best
Qualities at the very lowest prices
R. O. BROWN e OO.,
Apri; 16"tf MAIN STREET.
DRUGS m TEAS.
DR. L. L. STATON, Wholesale and RetaU
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Winow
Glass, Putty, Fancy Arti
cles, Garden Seed and
Offers special inducements to any ons tra
diDg -with him. Dr. Staton Bella tha
English Brcakfaet Pocket
Teas at $1 per lb.,
and warrant thenVeatisfactory or refund th
money, ' mar-tf
A GOOD INVESTMENT !
J WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
Books, Stationery & Fan
on the most reasonable and satisfactory
terms. The business is first-class, the goods
tresh, saleable and bears good profits. Has a
fine custom with a steady increase of trade.
A fixed purpose to leave Tarboro' is my
only reason for wanting to sell.
iror runner particulars, apply to
H. M. WILLIAMS,
Maj H.-Sm. Tarboro' Soek Store.
RRBS & BRO
The largest stock of goods ever exhibited at one time, and
be found at our establishment.
SPRING READY-MADE CLOTHING,
A great variety of
SPRING JORY OOODK
Consisting of a large assortment of
Prints, Lawns, White Goods, Dress
Goods, Bleechings, Cotton Sheet
ing, Linens, Cloths,
Notions, &c, &c.
of every description, for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN.
Ilats9 Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas
Parasols, Straw Goods, &i; Vr.
We invite the public to call and examine our stock before purchasing
their goods and convince themselves of the above fact.
We have purchased our stock for cash and can UNDER-SELL any
body, you can save at least 15 per cent, by purchasing your goods of us.
liive us a call and see tor yourselves.
N. B. We make Clothing to order at the shortest
the most reasonable terms. A good assortment of
notice, and upon
Gents Furnishing Goods a Specially.
E MORRIS & BRO.
Tarboro', N. C, April 9th, 1875.
Again we have the pleasure to offer our customers and the public in
general one of the largestjand best selected stocks of Goods suitable for
the Spring and Summer trade, consisting of
In every Style, Color and Fabric.
White Linen Goods,
House Furnishing Goods.
As usual vfo have the best line of Clothing that
can be found in the State.
BOOTS & SHOES,
In Immense Issortmcnt i
We have in this line most anything you can think of and we intend to
sell nothing but the best, and assure satisiastion
to all our customers.
Of the Latest and Nobbiest Styles.
(Rents' Furnishing Croods!
We have a large assortment of White Shirts to
to fit everybody.
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
BSCS We respectfully solicit a call.
Ij. Meilbroiner & Bro.
May 14, 1875. if
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