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NIANNAR BINDING SHOES. .t.
Poor lone Hanna, '
Sitttn it at tke window. binding shoes.
Bitting, stitchinge in a mournful muse. •
. Bright-eyed beauty once was she,
When the bloom was Oa the tree;
_ • diming and Winter.
Hannah's at the window, bhiang 'bees.
ot a neighbor,
riggllir nod or answer will refuse,
. To hoe whisper, -
"IS there frets the fishers any news? ,
0, her heart•kaurift. with one
Vu an endless Yety agening Lone
• Night and a:tur
Hannah's at the window, binding silo s.
Fair young it-nnah, - •
.Bez the sunburnt dskerrgityli , woos, •
Halo and clever, ,
For a willing heart and hand he sues.
Mayday skies are All stunt.
Anti the waves are tangling so r For her wedding
Hannah leaves bur wild - ow and liar shoes.
May is poising; • • .
Mid the sppie bough a pigeon recs.
Rot UM mild iiiidithwester mischief brews.
Monad the roche of Marblehead,
putward bound, a schooner sped;
• Silent, iouesome,
Mainsib's at the window, binding abets.
alw u s
lirot'n esliFsturnteg , wiltb • lose,
Whispering hoarsely. "I/Ishii - men.
. _Hare you. tare you heard of Hem?"
' •Old with watching,
Hannah's at the window, Madill t shoes.
L Twenty 'Winters
Veer% and tear the ragged shore site views.
loseer one has brought her sae sews. ' -
" Still her aim eras silently
!Ghillie the White sails e'er tee sea;
" Moveless faitbfal, _
HattaiWa . at the window, binding shoes.'
—Lake Champlain is frozen over.
—A ten-year old tenor is the latest prodigy.
—Yndy rmys night.eapi are the latest fash-
, is to be married during this
LONII9 objects to the immorality o
—Spain-4%1,55e noblemen, Storichcim
- are Dukes. - •
7 -.:rite skating season has `commenced in
lien:J . 1;110p:: _
L:Crockery weddings are the neatest
things erat now.
—Bierstadt has .... goneto'Paris to paint Yo
'Semite some more.
—Luber began to feel old when hvheard,
of Itessird'i death.
—Remit James du Rothschild left a for-
OdVA ( •
lane of s4ooioO
—Nei Jersey his a cave of impenetiabla
—Varioisnwke4 haprovemen4 zgli
lig on In,Hsrflsbarg. -
139na of Malta bats, been.
leorganize - Memphis.
—A Cincinnati paper complain of the re-
Sent rallies(' Zie-tation.
—The fiF end balyIEU24 trees in Florid&
lave been injured by . frost.
—Neor :York hi to have reading rooms for
foxing theehottleii and tradeemell.
7-1 1 fhenpeWe 'peak of colored serrants
41,1!4 4 4an,!t5een 1 4 31 L. gine"
for magistrates. Let-, us speak of
s'ircan•• as were fined kiia
' , --LattraXeeite has been. acting ,112.13a1ti
swret VW.? 89PP134. 1 4 now 4gehlt..
—Queen Victoria's monogram is neatly
Tint on her note paper in,silyer4md black.
—The Boston Bulletin says, Henry J.
liaymond & go., are the men of the times.
—The crop of snow birds is said to have
entirely failed in melt parts of the country,
—Gloucester; Naps., has had 103 - rof -- her
Ishermen drowned during the past eighteen
—A philosopher does not so much believe
in pronarsing young.men, as he does in pay
ing ones. •
• -M. De Stjerneld, the last male descend
4nit of GlCLltarig Vasa, died at -Stockholin on
the 14th ult.
..;-Carl Formes has been engaged by Mr.
son as leading binimat the Italian bp
' -- ditors die
_rich in Paris. M. Ravin,
,the late editor of the Paris Siecle left $2,-
.. 400,000 betdad him. ~
-- —The Lrnidon ifusieal "World-appealed
on the 21st ult., with : a black border, in
mourning for Rossini.
-Mr. Thomas B. paroll, of Troy, has.
SlVen his library of 8,000 volnmes to the
pillage of . Saratoga.
,The only yOurig DlEM—rays an excharigo
\ who was not spoiled 'by being Bonged,
ir he prophet Daniel. ' ,
.A. toe of JameaWatt, eight feet high
.andend made of: Sicilian marble, has been put
11 P Pl"P* ll hBbian; Eni.
-.-I,Boobilliar,dsaloons render New Y ork
supportable as a place - of residence for
fast men of age. tender
...,-.YelociPedes can Sow be bought iiPitts
burgh; audit will not be long before they
lrlll:ceaSe to novelties.b .
, - .
~. .4.;-.A. musical " Society of 460 members exists'
at-Shangliae, China, where it recently pro
duced Rossini's2Mbut Mater.., .
.i.:-.Bleiserit,Vitc, in spito: of .being an M 1
tm,n, is so moral that it bait a sewing sod
sty wheregosalp is forbidden.. . ~
—'jlici Mormon elders find someilifficrilty
-1; restraining the young saints from wear
ing"their hats,in the tabernacle during ser-
—Simms Reeves, the English tenor,refttses
to sing My • mare , : until the pitch of the
.Inglish orchestras Is lowered at least half i
" . , ; .--Que . hundred minks • and forty sable
Ittartene, beside other less valuable fur-
bearing animals, have been taken in Maine
--Two sons of the Viceroy of Egypt were
driven out of the Cathedral at Cologne the
other: day, because they persisted in wearing
_their fezes in the Church.
,421eriniuly the beei have beanie old
fashioned and out of date as honey is made.
Inn& cheaper by a patent process of heat.
ing,,eptreli-with sulphuric acid.
—The .President of The Mobile and Mont
gemery. Railroad married that encyclopedia,
Miss Augusta J. Avant . ). The President is
o T idenjy a • bold, - courageous man.
is supposed that Hon. Hannibal Hsm
lin be 'elected United States'Agenator
frOm Maine in place of. Hon. L. M. MOtiili t
whOse term expires March 4th, 1869.
—About the post inconsis tent absurdity
that we liave heard of for sometime is that of
two New York ladies who sent to . Paris Jo;-
dresses to wear at a New York city-charity
—Brigham.:Young, Loude Itipoleor4 .. the
Pape, the Czar, thi!ultatitia - gaitii Vic
toria, are all in delicate health, and in , the
ditwn kill of life Noliidy would be much
surprised if they were all dead in ten years
from now. `The question then arises-,-after
these —what 1.
—A. large shoe peg factory is to be started
in Mercer, }lain&
—A stove and bell foundry is to be built
at Owensboro, Ky..
—One factory akCastletim, Vt., turns out
100,000 . slate pencils per day.
—ln Vermont ; the .Winttobsti woolen
mills firer at -work; employing 575 hands.
—The liampskirerAiilts `ILT-Huntingdon,
Nam, turnout, 4250 yards of fume' per
--T.weitty-one.bands And constant am
ploynaent- et Vevay (Ind.) Furniture
. 4 wtory at Row Gains,
hands and 80 sewing
100 hands in
'ter, Nue.; employs
= tali and putting it
up In CS
Danbury, INer lox fac
tories which turn ot boxef w per_
year, employing 25 liana
osfird t I[4o -ownei
at Edinburg, Indiana is otl sr a
factory in the same ;village.
—The glass works at Na
now busily engaged making bo
are the oily glass works in Ind.
--Pitcher ik Co., of Pawtuck.
emiloy My hands in their mil.
turns out 1,500 dozen of 200 yvd sZ
1;--11 e:VeslitliiriiireSteel Tire Ran
Weicester, ilass.; is the only u
Bailment in America for casting and rah
—The North Wayne, Maine, Scythe
Factory employs fifty hinds, and is running
full time, turning out fifty dozen scythes and
9 eten dozen axes per day.
--Hutchinson & Smith 4ava a woolem sill
at.Appleton,•Wisconsin, which' is running
night'and, day, employing 80 halide and ion- .
snaking 10,000 . pounds of wool yearly. '
- —The iron`interestsoif Chicago give em
plpyinent to 15;000 mei, ind represent $l5,
000,000,- of capital invested in• business.
There are 100 iron establiehments in Chicago.
r—TheLQ,Mstnehmtg krill, at West Ku
lingli,l'Conio, has been groatly i enlarged
and inipioirol by the addition of a new 150
honi power wheeli 2,000 ring spindles and
60 new looms. . •
—la the ten paper, mills at Holyoke,
Masi., about twenty-six tons of paper are
maniffactwed daily. About 'fear-fifths of
this is writing paper,' the remainder collar,
envelope and tissue. •
—Cutter & Lane's flouring mills at Chap
lin, Wis., was swept away last week by a
freshet in Elm Creek. The mill was but
thiee years old, and the lo'ss to the proprie
tors is about $25,000. •
- —At COlchester, Conn., the works of the
Hayward Rubber• Company are being en
lsrged by the addition of a packing roam 100
feet long and anew shoe room 160 fe(st long.
This company employs 500 hands.
The works of the American Carpet .
Company et Bridge port, rebuilt• since the
fire, lave recently started up. The compt
ny has lately imported 80,000 yards of
Brussels carpetink which they will print.
—ln 1846 the manufacture of the McCor
mick Reapers and Mowers was begun in
Chicago, and since.then more than 100,000
of • these machines have been made. The
works cover 500 by 400 feet and employ five
hundred hands... .•
—At the Danforth Locomotive Works,
Paterson, there was recently delivered a
large quantity of 24 and 42-lb, cannon balls,
sold by the Government and now to be put
into the furnaces and made over betoleco
mativeth•cottoh machinery, &o. •
—A Cleveland, Ohio, mechanic has in
dented : azajr,engine which, he tlaims, can
afford as much power u a steam, ingiie.
He thinks that the substituticri of Ida ma
chine for the 1,000 steam engines in use in
Cleveland would effect a'saving' of $1,250,-
000 per year.
—Amoskeag manufacturing stock is a
good property to have held. In 1832, when
the worlm were established in Manchester,
one share of stock cost $1,000;' it' is
now worth $1,700, and the lucky ; man who
kw held on*,one.share all that time would
have received $75,140hi cash and stock
—The Chicago Rolling oecuPY an
area of about eight, acres, and one of the
buildings of,ths,estnblislunents la said to be
the titled of .the kind in the conntry. The
works coat?ftboat $1,000,000, give ernploy 7
meat to 6001 hands, and' roll 28,000 tone of
rails per annum, with menthly running ex
pefises of $276.
Orr have just finished their fine
new saw mill at Oconto, Wisconsin. It is
140 by 0 feet and is as thoroughly fire
proOf as it could possibly have been made.,
A 225 horse power engine • drives the ma.
ehinery of this new mill whlchhas a capac - -
ity of 180,000. feet per day 0r26,000,000 feet
of limber per year.
—The phins for the new bridge over the
Schuylkill, at, South street, Philadelphia,
have been adopted. The bridge will b e
thirty, feet ldgh, 'of iron, and will have dve
spans of 150 feet each, and a draw of 50 feet.
It will comprise 2,000 feet of solid masonry, '
and will accommodate the horse railroads
and the usual street tnivel: •
—Last week 24 men left Bath, Me., for
Essex county; engaged. by the
shipbuilders in Bath' to tat oak timber for
ships' frames. The trees are cut ,and
square, floated down the RlPPahannocir 120
miles to die• Chesapeake, and thence sent by
vessel to Maine. The men receive . $2 , per
day, rations and quarters, and *M. bp.ln
Virginia till spring. ' •
PrkrilifUßGlT GAZETra FRIDAY. tol6Elll3rit 141
, . .
110 SHARON /LUPE 'WINN
MIMI A 117.011ZWID.
A YELL,15192 PAB
Ins mom mum, Re Does moms SAID.
ALT, WOBK-WAIMANTNIL CALL AND - Er.
AMAX NiOWatE 07 Q3AIII/6111 MaZIA.II".
WELDON & KELLY,
itsnaniesareps and Watslank Desionsta -
Lamis, Lanterns, Ohindiaii,
AND LAMP GOODS.
AiseN l CAillei AND LII3IIIOITING GUM
N 0.147 Wood Street.
sic ' ATISUES.
!PIANOS. ORGANS,. &O.
sehoiutekoes,Goi- xedar Ping,
AND ESTEY!S COTTAGE ORGAN,
shoe factory of
The 1110/10M.ABIBIt rums) fierabluea all the
West 'reliable. inprayeateata known la the *a
strachan of alrirt slaw lassrament. lad has always
*ea •awardwrihe liteltart Dreadtim wheievar ex
hibited. toas Is fall, **re* sad west. The
workWiadlis=terdurability sad beauty, sups*
ill sthiei Prises frost to CUM. Caoeosellad to
*Vs sad frahlk) *beeper Num all other so-alleil
Int 'lase Plano. • •
serails OOTTA O /1 ORGAN
Stuck at the bead of an road lastraments. is pro
di Ibis toast perfect pipe tpudlty of sone of say
lastrumeat la the lOraltot States. It Is stn.
ple aid orapon In etastruetton, and rot liable to
'et ont of order.
TREM O.A.R.PaNT LillyT " V =NANA
OLOis be (*and InNils Orgas
Price frost WlO2. to PAO. AU gaaraatced fir *re
Map' UM tit MIMS%
- ' No. 12 IT. GLAIR STENNT.
GLASS, CHINA. CUTLERY.
ratINA, GLASS AND
RICH..: J.:` BREED & CO.
MEP.-;s._ T TAILORS.
NO; 83 Sra Street, Ekittisburgb.
• - - '
Just rosekred t
AND 1311 7 .7 - G NLlLokairE.
1; 'JO gtkirkt o • -
BEIFfi •AZ THE BZZi.7/I.llll '
KAZUO' 7 '; ORL_ ,____D AND IN.
Tint , THH CHZAVEZT.
KrAgeati' sell Ws Haekine.'
Corner • tb illti ve i e sPr a irr e iniV i e"
itlehardst ,Sto r e „ • 414
V -c PAPERS,
:4' Letairz, _
; - • and 187 Irkied Sind,
OFlfc . 80.62 STONE, ago.
t7>reywl ;- . 4e tie eke natkit. AL% BO;
BIJIDAu.111 : - 2.. for - arbe.
• • 420431E17 &CO.
Ofllse on/ ' ' 1-.1 , • - .I—sll4o 1511131A0(11, AT.,
Allegbasy. t%. primlyotteadoo,
sewer of 1.4;t; orooooroo l ,
- tEetwek ),1 - .4q1.= il)fterry Meet&
Ord tee promintly • :
ErAiii:Abia..;:.; .; :.7lollM
111-0131 N PECIy t- at_4ll Hair
HAIR wourEN, AI :1 • t . r lions,PNA„ iii
hitt street, sear Boltlit, , :tt •-
Always arrnattlitfflic..l .:( gag of Ladies ,
F16H3, - BAITM; IMAM 14>*, , ,,ty.ritot
rEVA, ALP5,,6/11ABLUW; 3,LA , Pek : 4 1LAUMM
- • goo(' pies it s t.isA - All. 111. "MA fa,
Ladules le., An d
B e es eal * doi e t
ma. - -lad
BAmt is, MOSER&
- Aitcuirrrt , -7
irstirr Heinz Assoorsnor :: I ,1 1139
lima* at. Moir Street, Plitt - t— Special
attention even to tie deslgi}:v: -• 0; h. z.:141.1ze of
vomit 8017418 u 4 'ammo I:iteiriitzras: •
AT DR. SCOTT'S.
100 WOOD STREIT
.CLYZE PLLTBR WANE.
. _ .
:i -0. BTEUT.
, t"; - • _ 41211:11EFREsSpdte
i - wriews dwididusabers,
t w MEM,. AN
it., near Fifth Ave.,
R. HUGHES 4:BRO.
4.11 AND COMM.
ER AND SCOURER.
, r ressimen, PA.
erz .c I, oNg.
HOLIDAY PHES d.
ROMAN SILK BOWS. •
LADIES LICE IREDIERCHIEFS.
Rosewood. Handkerchief and
l I WATCILSTABDS ABB-goal CASES,
- ---- WETTING DBMS AND ALBUMS:,
I The finest and cheapest &assortment of -
WAX AND CHINA DOLLS,
CARTE DE TISITE .13M3REI'll.
LADIES' & GENTS UNDERWEAR,
LADIES IfINANIT OPERA MODS,
The New "Striped Felt Skirt.
WOOL - Err GOODS at Cost.
pine EMbrolderei Slipper - Pattern': Umatilla
NLACB,I73I, GL Y E Az CO..
'VS and SO Market Street.
illeßtli & C 11,1 1 .811,
NO. 19 - FIFTH AVENU E,
THE NEW SKIRT, . -;
"LE ?AFIRE PERFECTION." . f
"THE FAVORITE." "THE POPULAN," I
'MIX RECEPTION,' .F.-
THOMPdON'S TWIN' SPRING,_ ' (
, "WINGED ZEPHYR,"
"GLOVE FITTING." CORSETS AND PAT=
TEE NEW GORED OVER SKIRT, "BELLE
HELENE," richly embroidered; an elegant street
sr Skating Skim -
RICH RIBBONS FOIL BOWS,. SCARFS AND
ROMAN STRIPES AND PLAIDS.
SATINS, all shades quid widths.
FLOWERS: ria:rmat., HATS AND BONNETS.
LADIES'A_ND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
WEAR, . --
The richest a n d latest aloyeltiea:,la GIMPS,
FRINGES AND BUTTONS.
We especially direct attention to the great easel.
lance or the HARRIS SEAMLESS (Bouillon) KID
GLOVES" ererall others. and fir which wa are the
A complete Ilse of estvrtint gra "STAR"
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS_, r ' V 55, HALF HOSE.
UNDERSHIRTS AND DEA • RS.-
&ELLIN G AGENTS mit • 1 Kwoopns rizsis
GOODS sad all other popalar,suthee._
_ .' . - • ''''--- ,- ---- •&: -. I
ICRI3I':,& . ..'eIIILISILB
.. . .
, 2(0:19 FIFTH Atribruz.
e) akel:WA v I Orb IF:111
BUM ME NUM
AZrowdy_for litankisr :alat. Dlir
rhea, raints t7motto., Wants& boar mid
1111tRIS' CRIMP CCU,
A rpeidis ibr Cholera, Cramps sal Pala
Stantsob, tar sal* b 7
Corner of Liberty and Wayne Streets,
J. OONIATR & SON'S
PI RE WHITE LEAD
atccovs VEEDITEK GREW,
The oali green palat tkat will not deteriorate bi
exposure. It will look better, hurt leaser and ere
r is m i teribet witlalketlon than ear baba. la-the
7 0RAOKER BAKERIES.
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• ' 01731311 M. TEM CITT.
oMM T ADMI TI PL4Lr ri Ia l i alSl? "14
For. Site by Every'Grocerin tie City.
Bakery, Nedil Liberty St.
WThria =QUM, ago
NITS! I 1611 IMPORTING: 1011 E.
SCHMIDT & FRIDAY..
• impunixdps or reniaan
WINES AND LIQUOR 3
Are. • 419 Pain Wed Pittsburgh,'
Would dlreet the lineation of the pablie to the bolt
that. pa Seising sugersor facilities Wastes several
large Wise lad Liquor Houses is Europe, and
naiad their importations direct, tam are enabled
to offer tite various grades of &dee MNEB AND
LIQUORS at pried. less than Easters rater. El.
laminations of qualities aud . eodtparhiaa of prim
respectfully solicited. -
A choice assortment of pare OLD STA WHI3-
71.7ar coutaatly in Laud .
JOSEPH 11. FINCH CO,
Jr's. ma, Mae% ill, us mid /116.
I PIM num. rirrestmaz,
SAMMOTtalilit Or _
Copper Dbitilk4 Puiv. .Aye lfhWtsys
Alas. &mien InIOIEIQI MINIS aid LIQUORS.
ISINZAKIN Meld= gittLfr CUM
CiLNGERLT & CLEM% thietessers
la to Gild. P. Ilontroaxasr a co.
214 oitly Steam Lithographic EstabUstunent Won
sne Agonntrall. Buslaess Cards Letter 'Pau%
goads. Labe I, Otrosdars,- show DilUdMaa.
Portraits, Vows, Certificates of Deosita. =Ma.
*MI ltoie m and 1* Third Areal,
Mc :mu" Correrecl,
P i 5
a 0a; E 4 i
.7. p 4 cc ;4 cgt
.2 a PI E 4 3 2
_ c W I PA r 2
-0 ; st, co iil w gr.
Id el 1 2
0 ~ • 2 2 7 4 -.
g , E
01 0 '
A p i l _
87i; muog._ .87.
INWAV C4-0013S !
CABSIXIBZIP-ter Yea's aiul Bays' Wear.
LADIES' CLOAKINaS—Barge asiertmeat.
r lumen AND inraralat inERINGNs.
men rorum-stoe per fiat.
PALZBWA CLOTH—for Mts.
BLACK SICILIAN LVSTKEIL
BLACK AND COLC,KILD lIKPBBISS CLOTHS—
Large, sasortinsit of PLAIDS.
Pall stock of Dit3SB GOODS, at Lease. Kasten
TREMORS F. PIIIIMPV3
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
" SO - LT(7Y,
mr No; 168 *Ole
168. • • - 1614
,Bicce.ratmEss & co.,
‘,.:y (Lat. WRUda. Oarr k C 0.,) .
WHOLANIALD DIALERS IX
l e *P i !" 14/4edle .0006,
Sw 94 WOOD 19TRIELT. . •
Thlrd.4laorabowl Dialsoad anary','
GIOALI COAL!! COALM. • •'
DIMON STEWART &CO
lambs warred thetr Mee .' •
astelY CUT PieLF 1044 mein, atom= '
Are atered (tramgoodirOIIONIOGHZ
COAL .oBabAci,; a t the lowe s t
minket erica. • - _ .
All orders left at their oil's, or addressed to
the* tin:sulk the AL% "iiittisattesqed te eromptir.
30 : 80041/410 L ENGINEER.
pir4tePr4t..upolum .• •
ata sir)li f W. o. asilwaT.) •
Glee, Xe. TO Irjib 1 1 L STRlCrr t aii NO, X
itqs•lr o t. T .•Box so; ALLXoHER r '
M&0 of all aaacrlptiou,d_calinad.
BLAB BA,IM sad BOLLING . NILI MAW.
_Particular -*Mantic* paid to &-
drain , COLlaxBr LOOOMOTras. • 'Patents ova.
....„ace„ltuftLeallsited. Agr An.,BYJCNING DB,Awt
a... MAID Bar • aotcliitalat ma? WZDNEBDAT
GEORI 3 O U 11 "/ 31 6
olusAus CANDIES - AND TASTERS,
And dealer In aU kinds of TWITS, artras, Flax-
Las BA.IIOZ/4 ato., ao.
• • •
lit um 73:DZSAL
DRY GOODS. -
EN GOOD STYLES.
87 KA.BILIST sTREET.
-MUIR MID BCOURNR,
OARPBTEI AND OIL CLOTHO.
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY.
L g THAN WHOLESALE.PRICIS.
We offer FOR A PEW
WEEKS ONLY our goods at . a
large. reduction from regular
rates. Our stock is full and 1.
complete in all departments,
and we shall sell the best anal
ides and gtles of Carpets at'
prices - at - whi ch two cannot re
plate' the m, : ong-l
taking - 13argam! jthats 'may
special.: sales continue
only-until the time of taking
r•our - mud inventory of stock
at the end of this month.
EFARLAD &. COLLINS,
71 OD 78 MYTH Matt&
We offer our stock at redrieed'':
Prices I*k* SHORT TIRE before
Consuseirt* to take .stook.:::,
Now I. tkiitiute to buy,.
BOVARD, ROSE ac C 0.31. 3 1
21 FIFTH ATENUE.'
q-ItEATLY :'''.AEDITCED ! ii
Our Steek . 4 new unusual/II knee
and well assorted fit every nue.
buy now. • - - A' :2
51 FIFTH AVENUE,.
, was PAGITLAB, =ask - Biz CLEARAVES ,
BALI: Is mew tally leauganded, at erleits.ellat
ewe isr.rrras semitanur Taus -ETNA
CAiRX II ]E r rS
OIL CLOTHS, 'IVIATTINCi-:'
Good Carpets for 25 cents a Yard.'.,
No. 23 runt street.
WENT COMBION _ 0
ifechitse Sons Works,
Restrimat sorrier of :West 4:knaaaari,'Ailleglies7.
. V ,
' IPILISDra ATATEIi::" CO. - -
strre ii kaad Ur prepare Oia ghost settee HeartB ,4
and Step' Stories:: 'Flan for Sidewalks, BrewAirt,
Vaults, Le. Head aid Tomb Wes. ka.
Ortiliza unuatkr exeastad- , Inua teillayasilW ,_
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Eiral I m ar ;I! l o V .Exorrav 4 ißALS.
' &id Dwain
TAO/fps Sin"; Cigars, Pipes, &0.,
er: A elaime-ct. al.. eLiaemeanr
MONEYI ' HONEY n ---$4,000
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