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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 25 March 1858

FALL &i WINTER GOODS _Srer brought to town. Oar stock consist*, in part, oi ¦ ¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 25 March 1858

Stovk- _i )\ .,_* v/ »• ks : s'j _o v h.s:— The. _uudersigned has for sale, at his Store in Ma.sou!c Temple, a large i«i*>i-tiiHnt of (iALLAtiEICS SUypi.SE AWTlGItT Cooking Stove, a ri_?v. - and splendid largo Oven, Flat Top Stove, for Coal or Wood iMtentetl 1_S56|. _^ JUHX SIIOKMAKKR. _Ajft. K. B. All kinds of Air-tight. Parlor Cooking pud Egg Stives on build. _$\ ¦ ¦ ¦ rSept. .U. :'fiT-tf. B OOJS H_*v MiOiifs—iiiL UNjlerHigned "jas nmv on hand n_|id willm._^_jjt _^ sell civ up nt his *|_oni in the _Mitsojiie Ti-m- \_SBf pK_*. ii _liirg'.and riifiipl-te _aKsortinentuf BOOTS fHf _AXf> SHOES, rrafly nrinde. or made to order, -_^Bl Overshoes. _LadiesV_^_andalo, Gum SUoi-.h. Cttrk _BBj_^ Soles; and oyoo'_' _"_^"??!" n'8 _'""' of 1'iislnew.pf ^^!^^* the best _qnallty ni_^ll «n _rlie most _rMUonablfclurmBV1 _bjlQll ci-_«tom work HonntnW'd. ¦ • ' .: ' '_*. ' Jan. a '5f->f_.' K: J. _anrtRVAKCT |> it Al i_£.|i_|U ' OOiN"i- V 1_NSUHA._NCE _XI AGENCYi4-T\ai _...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 25 March 1858

1_TO|LIDA¥SBURG MARBLE WORKS ¦ _"H _£_^l T _^ _rpiIE SURSORIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THK CITIZENS OF ALTOONA & JL Vicinity, tlifetl"' _hna now on hand a beiiutifni assortment of the above articles, nhich he is pp_.|u_>red to _furnisli at the shortest.notice ttml at modvrute _priciw. Persons _wanting Grave Stones will pit-nse forwiu>l theirnidei> by until _orcull iu perwii at:our -Mjirblu _Works, ou _Montgomery _street, near tiie Diamond. lltJli<!aysbnri;. None bnt the best workmen emjiloyud. and all work warranted to give gi>ui_;rti|[ «itinl:u-tion. (_Ausust «_J, _li'o " .] . A. W. KEXNEY. . _^^^_T i ¦¦'W_^K < _^"SQQ_^_IiJVj_^Kl |_S _^_T_^^_M*^^—^^^^^P_^P_^^_I_^_B_^_HS_^_sWsrSSaP_^_I_^_Jsia_^_m_^U_^ v_^_a J ! j ; : ; i

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 25 March 1858

WE STUDY TO_|_PI>KASR _. ~_, * ENCOURAGE HOM_^MEgHA_^lCS. _PltM REED & GO_,I - UABINE_^_T & CHAIR MAKERS&CNBERTAKERS ADELINE ST., EAST ALTOONA. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM TflE CITIZENS: OF .ALTOONA J[ and vicinity, <j hat tliey have now on hand and will -manufacture to «rder all kinds of Cabinet Ware, soch « _Plftin. Fancy nud _Drefisinp Bureaus, Toilet Stands, Bedsteads, Stands, Solhs, tc ' 9&COFFINS MADE TO ORDER ON SHORTEST NOTICE_^1 They will keep constantly on hand a large assortment of j_* ' ' ' ' ;-j : Plais, Fancy Asa Ease Seat Chaibs, _^_0_B lor Parlors, Chambers, Dining-Rooms nnd Bur-Rooms, ' , j _T _^ l -! !. ' . Pl.._*I!_T AKD OESANEKTAL ROCKING CHAIRS , g_^M. Settees, and _everything in this line. • ' _wgffl_^_kk ¦ _' ¦ - .'< ALSO—A Inrge and excellent assortment of JO*^_C| SrtAWAND HUSK MATTRESSES, ~ _dSSL from $3,50 and UpwardD. Orders from the country or a _*Ustance _promptly attended to and all w...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 25 March 1858

_^lpTS SALE — U BUILWN€ ¦ Lots , situ 'to in _differrnt localities, tn ttiU RorouKri for SffiWrWUonablB _ttrm_*_. by '[27-tf.] J._SUobmaKEK.. _ijTACLES AND EYE PRKSEli leimm^' Ht n-tf. l srsshEV.'s. l _JTOiV I/j' & - ^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

A Beautiful Story. _- I witnessed a short thne ago, in one of our higher courts, a beautiful illustration of _the simplicity aud power Pf truth. A little girl nine.years of age was offered as a witness against a prisoner, who was on trial for felony committed in her father's house. _fNow, Emily,' said the counsel for the prisoner, upon her being offered as a witness, 'I desire to understand if you know the nature of an oath ?' '•>¦ 'I don't know what you mean/ was the simple _answer. ( There, your honor,' said the counsel, addressing the court, ' is anything farther necessary to _demonstrate the validity of my objections ? Thi_^witness should be rejected. She does (hot comprehend the nature of an oath.' ' Let us see/ said the judge;' come here my daughter.' Assured by the kind tone and manner of the judge, the child stepped towards him, and looked confidentially up. _iuto his face with a calm clear eye, and in a manner so artless and frank that it went straight to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

_0rck _ilally_^ _SiMwclr. Feller Citizens _antf Bosses :—Thi_* «re _&; day fbr the poperbtipn of this Desfarick_, like a bob-tailed chicken on a rickety _hea roost, to be lpolcin' utt. A_^ crisis have arriven and soinething a bust! War are _wv? Here I is, and I'd stand Here and expirate from now till _^he day of synagogues, if you'd hoop for Daily. Feller-Citizeos—rJeruaalem 's to pay an we hain't got any _' pitch_. Our hyperbolical aad maj_#tio canal pf creation has _uh_^ shipped her rudder-andtheoaptain'_sbroke his neck, and obok_^ divdo_^^tno depths of _^he vasty deep in search of dimuna !_w Our wigwam's torn to pieces, tike a, shirt on a brush fence, and cities of these _ety latitudes is vanishing in a blue flame. Are such things to be did 1 I ask you inf the name of the American Eagle, who was whipped by the shaggy headed lion, and now sits _oq the _magnetic telegraph, if such doings is going tp be conglomerated? I repeat to you, in the name of the peacock of Libe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

Dear, _J)oGter~--With your permission W9 wish to _c_^ll the attention of your -readers to a newibiit which by pjomologists is just ly regarded as tbe moist _Valuable acquisitionmade _toihelifitoffruits for many years. We think no _onie will beifiurprised at Our gojodiapirriap_^git when we ipfonn them ^^^ j_^Jti_^_r_^_jcmi_^_vea sifair representation of th_> actual tize, as well as of the general appearance of a cluster of berries, ho larger than many we have _eeen, handled and tasted. ._«.-.-, FromHu _PitlAtirph Chrutian Admcatt. : The Kew _BocJbelle Slackberry ORIGIN. It is' a new and perfectly distinct variety, and not the common kind improved by cultivation. / It originated near New Roclacjle, New York, and was first brought into notice by _tyr. Seacor,. who 13 much better ensiled to the name;of it than the gentleman who for pecuniary advantages wishes it to be called the Law ton. The shape of the fruit, it will be seen, is not that of the wild blackberry, but resemb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

Cheating tile OeVtl. Squire H., * lived in .the _^own A., was a man in _edsy circumstance_^, with every thing enough, in doors andi out. In -his yard was a huge pile of wdpd, sawed and split, and sufficient in _bulkplo keep a dozen familiqs thrpugh th& W_^ter, with enough more where that came from '.1 Across th.e street from Sjjuire H., lived Mrs. W., a poor widow woman in straightened circumstances, with four mouths to feed and four little bodies ifcpwarin besides her own. ; - . . Squire H., doted oh hb_^ig Wood pile, and was in the habit of&kfjkg_^peep at it through the closed blindii'iof his window before retiring at night; _$ne night he saw a female hanging _arouip the pile, and opening the door partially, |p get a better view, saw her stoop, pick ip a large aYm ful and start off. She hud. hot proceeded far, however, when _sheistopped short, and he overheard the following;: " I cannot steal—the eye of God is u_£on niie;" and down went the wood and she "walk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

With the present Dumber, the Tribune _hua ent«r«l upon ita third volume. Commenced at a fin)* When tbo confidence of the citizens of Altoooa in _newspapers and newspaper publisher* was considerably shaken, if not totally annihilated, it has slowly but sorely restored that confidence, and now stands upon, a sure foundation, and is universally acknowledged to be cne of the fixed institutions of our town. But this result has not been achieved without a hard struggle, and considerable expenditure of time an " d means on the part of its editors. The steady increase of patronage, however, has afforded in'dnbHablc _efidence that their labors hatfebeen apciated. ' In entering upon the new Tolume it is almost uaneccsaary to say that _Jtbi Tribune will .contin-«e ttbe_J _»I»DKPKHpEKT in Evj!rtthij»q," being_^biaM«3 neither by fear, furor nor affection_, in _fttror pf partioa or _secla. In this respect U is only necessary to say that the past affords a fail index as to our future " course. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

_. TO® tig&OXA TBSBSm. _>_HimW * _^^_tNfrfr. -PnHWww wM _faoMtatam _AILjumh _dttcoaOMM* at tke _wgtatfan «ftl»_ttaw ^* nun «r _*vtwb_«uw. 555_^ * fl» "1 iw 1*0 sto "•** _-*•_ (3* " ) I'M _4 W ,9 40 _jN*>_fa>»iW_«lBl«atf»*wth»nOiw>_iaoi>tb<_s»cwt»pw _itttw ftr Mchl—ttttan. . I Smooths. 0 month*_, lwr. McUaM_^lMt, tt» ? »« $_7oo OtW_^_MC_*. _* 2 SO 4 00 7 00 •**» • 4_«0 l«00 WOO A m*' " *» *W> 32 W 4_Bg#^;-J:. ' "_* _,<*«•« ¦ "-IM_0 44«) _VVS?Stan, TOT» 14 00 SO 00 -S5»«>lMnn 14 00 26 00 40-00 Admbt&«tiwon ami Kzocvtonlfcrfkas ¦ 175 Xwefaaat* _adrcrtiityc by tbe jwkf, three j_^nare_* , -Vithliberty to chuige, y 10 00 _frBtatlond'or Bwumm _Ctrdi, net _oxcowtlng 8 U_^_iHtej_^per year, 6 00 ' O>«nmimfe*_9«>»offtpoUtk_^ character qr lndltWniaIn-^«_tii«ts wiUba«l»Mgtd»ociHxiing-to _Uie«bo«erat«. ¦ _JUimttMmentii not marked with _thenamberof _t&iettUm* _^ _dtalrai, will bo . continued ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

' TtL& .Religious _Kxcllement. VQU Whore parties arc unknown to us,ourrnle(br advertising, to to require payment _tnudvancC _f Oraguaranteofrom kaown _peranna. It is therefore useless for all such to send M _aflferllneruenU offering to pay ut the end of tureo or six month*. Where _advertiormeutsaro accompanied with.the ¦MMto _/t Whether oac, fire or ton dollars, we will give the •dTe User _tbo full _Wivsut of cosh rated. ALTOONA, PA. JKIURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1858., ' _^flH_^^^^^^B_^^Ei9_C5_^^_L _^m_^. _.^^^ssaEaKsHGOfl_^_KSr_^fc _^h £|jt _5_foimn Critnmc The excitement on the subject of reli-^ioa _nrliieh is extending throughout the country is, we believe, without a parallel. _£t> _rf»o cities of _Kew York, Thikdelphia, Pitteburg, Boston, Cincinpati and many -othcia,,together with numerous large towns »nd viUages, daily prayer meetings are held and crowds attend them. The intereat exhibited is strong and gathering power with eyery"succeediiig day. It is indee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

FEN AND SCISSORS _gg_^. Read the new advertisements. _jg_^g1 - Beautiful--The weather. _jCSS_^CooI—The evenings and mornings. J6_S_?- A moving Tiine—T*>-day. It tries the _patience of those _whd have "to pull up stake 's." _l$P§=. Crowded-_^The cars on every train that passes over tbe Pa. Railroad. 6_@~ Wih.at is the difference between a goose and a tailor ? Who can tell ? B@b. Disbanded-_^fur th e Present-Thc " Owl" club. We suppose, however, it will re-assemble at the call of the President. J_6_QT Flew off—-Fetiinger'_s "Owl." We ore happy to state however tnt_^t it alighted upon its appropriate roost; : 8®» A young lady in Portsmouth, engaged in gathering a dress a few 'evenings ago, took 5<S8 stitches in three minutes. _JQ5~ A colored barber, named David Morris, was found dead in hts shop, at Mifflintown, on the 18th inst. Cause—an over dose of opium. _JQ^*" Guil t upon the conscience will make a feuther bed hard; but peace of mind will mate a straw bed soft ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

Pi-Inters _IjOoR Out! A few days since we received an advertisement and circular from one Wm. E. Hoyt, of Syrac use, New York, a copy of which has- no doubt been furnished to many other newspaper publishers, requesting the insertion of the advertisement at reasonable rates, and promising to pay at the end of three or six months. We warn all publishers to beware of this shark. By reference to our " Black List,"vthey will observe the manner in which he has kept his promises with us. He gives a number of references, and among the rest several ministers. Now if, those ministers have any regard for their reputations for truth and wish to save their credit, we advise them to withdraw their names from Mr. Huyt's circular as speedily as possible, if, indeed, they ever anthorized. him to use them. When he pays up the " old score" with us, we shall be willing to enter into a new contract, provided he pays cash in advance, but on no other conditions. Those publishers who insert his car...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

¦Last week we publ_^ed;;^^^imica| tion, from the _Harr_^_frg ^^_iSww , in_^l lation~«e4J_»e repeal o_^e _ToonageTax_^ the _^jnna. IL B.,wtiih wejconsraercd te-^>bte with argument tod deserving of the consideration of our legislators and _Ae public. If more evidei_^e of the detrimental effects of this Tax _uwn the industrial interests of the middle _Jand western portions of the State, it _wiirbeffpund.in ithe following copy of a _petitionj sent to the Legislature by the stcamboat_^nen of Pittsburg.— It is prefaced by anjl. editorial from tlie Greensburg Dcmocrqt, a paper that has always heretofore _opposed the repeal of the Tax: |( The following is a copy of a petition sent to the Legislature, signed by oil the Pittsburgh steamboat men, (with, taerhaps one, or more exceptions,} and _presented by Jttd g_* _Wilkins to the Senate a few days jjjgo, in f_«_tvor of a repeal of the Tonnage Tax on_._^he Penn«ylvani_* Rail-, road.. This is certainlyione of the strongest papere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

i pjim the _paijvteb j iia: iia i OUR BLACK LIST T. k L. _Lajhhxt £ Co., Philadelphia, _|2 60. Tbe»« -contemptible _dctmudrels. an Advertising Agents for a _Cidor Pro**, patroniwd us to llie above taut. If we ever come across tin in wo'll _yrets their mUeraHe carcasses _iuto their original nothingness. _Divin Axe, $2 50. Hr. Axe is another of our _hmtttt patron"). Ho victimized us otit of the above sum. and _slupod without axc-ing us for a settlement. That Axe was rather _stmrp for us. Richap.d Auxs " $2 50. This gent graduated in rascality at our _expense. j. J _BoTorr. fi 50-Tlii_? R unt should _tw t be called '• Bought-off" but "Slopc-Qff." If he is not good, on a f *»y ho if _im » s'U. _fft have on« consolatinu, howuvur, and that is that he wout be able to cheat the Devil. M. _Bottoff. Bellefnnte. Pa. $ 3 00. We _dao't kuow whether _tliis chap is rel«t_<_xl to tl_«e other Untloffor not. If In: iiin't he onght to bu-, »ud if he is he'd a crrdit to the family. J. A....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

HAVANA PLAN AI t TBS XUMBIES _FCT IX 0»E WBZXL, AXB _SVflUE _W*W_; **>* ¦ ¦ IS _kXatHIH.- - : , In this plan, which is the old-fathiuaed moja a _drawing, eTery Prize la drawn out. : . _' ¦ '¦ ':: ¦' . GRAND CONSbLIDATBDlUaiU_^CXAS_^FAi:;! _^- To be drawn in Baltimore, Md, _Satardxr. April _STO_» _'«W»_- 20,660 Prizes! 40,«0&Tlel?e«_iJt ", ' MOUK PRIZES THAN _BiAK _KS.; .v. r-. ¦; Every rrinpaiii injutt without dtdimonf: ¦ :¦ ..., 1 Prize of - |38^)00 * _Apjw'_liW_^OO _UTizsof 12,030 4 « 260 X Prize of 4,000\ . „ > _\ onn lPrizeof 4,000 f " - ri *^ lPrizeof 2,0001 a ijo lPrizeof 2,000? 8 1_W lPrizeof 1,600 ) _ ¦ H ¦• ¦ . hja lPrizeof 1,600/ B ' _i ¦ ; IPrizeof l,2i0 g « ' 80 lPrizoof 1,230 / * ¦ _;.-•" lPrizeof . 1000 ) g « ' 60 lPrizeof , 1,000/ ¦ _w 10 Prizes of 400 40 " ': M 10 Prizes of 300 40 " ¦ 4i> 100 Prizes of 200 400 - i » a),000 Prize* of $8, detertntnod by the _Capflbl Pri»e, being odd or even. M:.., Whole TickeU flO—Halves $5—Quarter*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

_^V'»|»^bl-_^ a_»t»W _^- ¦ ¦ ' . '¦¦ , ¦ VV _^- _^^_iC_^^^is_)_QsV_^sRS_^Bi|^sa_^^Sh_^smBs_^s_^D9Siil_^_l_^Bs_^_sBsflsis_^sa' _^ _tX ._^_HHii_^_KBB_^sUs_^HsHsHHs_^s_^_Hsisfts_^s_^ Bsi_^^_S_^s_^H _: Ts, no _doobt. the mort wond-rful d;*_covery of _tbU _s« of _iiwJrww. f t* tt wiU _reitore, pcrmanfiitl .v, s_^ y Bait «*;«• SSnTcofarrco_^rTo he Jof th, b«WI whh a mort Iu«- riant growth, rem«v*aton«>all dno«h uffnnd _itching e«a» all scrofala, and other cutaneous _cruptii.us, _?tch M Jicaw bead, etc It. «rill core, an if by magic, ncrvons _or.J«l«B*' oalte»dl»_te tB»ketfcohulr soft, glossy and _prracrrw W» S*(»^ _cto,_»nd the hair fmm SOU* _tj •_M_*_-** _SgT The _Wtowtag *»«#» » di_^_tisgiiibhea n_»vna*sp_^ «* auedtoUfrron-_^ion; v _^ _^_y _^^ and ha_^Sr_^_eiM She lJiw»to»»_tiTOertMrt. MdWw«. aoflOtttoany, I was lndw*»L on hearing of **_£ »*_£* U« tettt. Iplaeed «9_W«_Jn t!»« bonds or* barter, and had mylhead VubW with m. good MV brush, and thejr«toailow. Thi_?l _^_pe»«Bd._eT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

ONLY ONE _BQrn_.E . . . _s O* DR. _SANFOER_' _^ INVIGOItATOR OR LIVER BEMED!^ 1« % _kiuired to cure any one troubled wlthUvwCosBpisiuti, _uiuo_«s thr mo«t _deapcrute of cams, when th_« _socosd _boftte mit, iritbscare_.)asiugli»lWllnre,re«torethepatipnttob««ltii and vigor. Wo wish to call _thb attentiott of all y» Ih_** facU_, thitthe Invigorator b_» _componnded hj a physician who has used It In bis pracUce for the lart twenty r«aH wU& a BUccess almost credulous, and it Is _entireij _vegetable, _th lug composed wholly of gtam.> _> " ¦ Some idea of tho strength of these gums max be _fentad when it is known one bottle of the _InTtgorator containi,m much strength as one hundred doses of Calomel _witBttftaap of Its deleterious effects. ¦ , ¦: One buttle Is the sorest thing known to carry away lira bad effects of mineral _polaon of any kind. ' •; : -"; ¦ - -1 Only one bottle of It b _neeU_^l to throw out of the _tvafott the effect of medicine after a long sickn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 1 April 1858

EP. _MIDDLETON & _BROTHlIfe, m Importer! and Dealrrt fa _tVinet and Limorti return their _tlianks_^ their _frWndV. fhr the liberal _fcharw of patronage heretofore be«to\red.\ Jand re»n*ctfnlly io. ' licit a continuance of the some, at the OLD _KTABLiSIt MUST, SO. 5 N. FRONT ST, Philadelphia, wnm they ho vealarge assortment onHNESond LIQUORS of _thechofcv _est brands and qualities. Having made arranguaenu wl_(b some of the first houses in Cognac aid Roc&IIb, _enaNti them to _roruJsh to taelr _customers upon the mini i _msuiitf ble terms, the following brands of Cocnac and SocittUt Brandies: ' -- ' ¦ ¦ ••. .. - : ' .y_._TTW_* _BRASDIES. ! . ,v . _, : _,v Otard, _Bcrmejjf, 3_/antt, •_rinntO. ChrtiWon , _UarttU. T Bints, PeUtrortin , \J. J. _Dfpuf_^'Qt? 1 _™ -* * ' - * . ¦*••- wines. " : -¦ "¦ "¦_"-_^ ¦: '¦¦* Champagne, Old Oporfp, \Bnrnundy,itmkirii,7ritrrHlk_^ Clara, _Sherry, Lid**, Ufoet, JfttsoM <£Jt_^m Wfi«* of tarinut brands and _amaNtia. _^ _~-: — - _™ Ho...

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