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On taouOk. , . .
fft$m ifn tb feunty). In mlvnce $2.00
OutfOtttmmtg, ta&paia . ...,; ... 2.10
We will display one of the handsomest
Ever offered In this market You are specially re
quested to look at our stock of
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings,
Of which we hare endless variety.
tS Our stock of LACKS and EMBBOIDERY
will be found superior to any In Charlotte, both In
price and beauty.
Everybody in Charlotte Is Invited to call and lootr.
Everybody In the County Is Invited to call and look.
Everybody in the state Is Invited to call and look.
Alexander & Harris.
Pegraos & o.,
Harra BBeetvcd and atf dally receiving
A BEAUTIFUL LIKE OF
ago kss my
w rp o or
KB N N N
OO H N NK
GO EBB K HN
Sift, Stiff and
Don't Fail to Calhnd See Them.
PEGRAM & CO.
33 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Metallurgists. Assaye and Aajytlcal Chemists
f.mt.Q egft U'veH IHRF1NERS,
Practical l!1-ttn8 ot Oks 100 lbs. and upwards.
Hr.FU ACTOKY tf R1 'PLEATED.
Survers, Mine Examinations. Reports, Sketches
and Mpe mida. Constructions of works
and applies Furnished.
oopEK ana ,
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treated on Seasonable Tetms.
TBOMAfl BQJNS, Mjctallubgist.
A. H. KIDNCT,. MXNDSO EHSIMJUS.
f ns HOLIDAT, ...Pbot. Onxias;
l B. T4JC, . . ' W. HBAJLT.
VAXCE & BAILEY,
Atomeri ad OounselloM r .
Prd -tic in feorene Conrt of
the .United States, f
BuprenW Court of North Carolina, Fed
CcurU, and eonnOef of Meeklen
burgVCabamis, Onion, Gas
ton, Bowan and D-
WTVO two doors saat ,of
OO. D; GRAHAMv i
-I 8UBB and Unite States Comta. Coll ee
torn. Home and Fonlgn, - solicited. AD
rs of Titus, Survers, &c. furnished for eom
.wrio! --N. K. comer Tr 1 Tnron . nwa
On Monday Morning
o I fits.
AND WILL SOON HAVE BE VDY
iur inspection tbe most varied and best selectef
Jr we nave ever offCTed e public. All Hoes o-
suwjuo iwen Dougni witn care and dlscritnlna
uon; but especial care has been taken In the selec
uon 01 our
BLAOTC a O O F Q
rjl1u IV UUU1J&,
xjoin oi wmcn surpass In variety and excellence
arjy thing of the kind ever shown the trade of Char
lotte. We ask a thorough Inspection of our stock
anu comparison ol our prices.
T-L-SEIGLE & po.
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
mount to much, and If promptly attended
to can easUy be cured; but neglect 13 often
rouowed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
JXi""1 m such cases as
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. The
prompt use of this invaluabl remedy has
saved thousands of lives.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Is
Bowan experiment. It has been before the
public for forty years, and 13 most valued
Where It Is best known.
A few extracts from voluntary testimonials
read as follows:
PiiN KrLijtB has been my household reia
k tor ma past twenty-eeven years, and
fc" jjuwu it 10 iau in eQecuaar
or, thirty years I have used Path Kam, and
nnd it a never-failing- remedy for colds and sore
throat Babton Seaman.
Have received Immediate relief from colds and
tore throat, and consider vour Pain Killer an
mvaluable remedy -iBo. B. Evsasxr, Dickinson,
-J?"? J08 wcpvered from a very severe cold,
which I have had for some time. If could get no
relief until I tried your Path Killeb, which
relieved me immediately. I will never atrain be
Without it-O. O. Force, Lowndes, Oaf -
Have used Path Killer in my family for forty
years, and have never known it to faiL Ransom
Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga.
I began using Pain Killer In my family twenty
Bve years ago and have used it ever since, and have
J?2SLn? mediciiie to take its place.-B. W. Pyeb,
Druggist, Oneida, N. Y.
For whooping-cough, and croup it is the best
preparation made. We would not he without it
A-P. Bouts, Liberty Mills, Va.
For twp.Tl t V -tl Vfl v-An.ro T nnva noAil Ditw Wtt r m
for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best
medicine ever offered.
I wag suffering1 severely with bronchitis, and my
throat was so inflamerl '
any food. I was advised to try your Pain Killer,
and after taking a few doses waa completely
I could scarcely swallow
curea. r. Wilkinson.
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton : Your Pain
Killer cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
ingly -prevalent here, and has not been known to
fail m a single instance. This fact you should.
make known to the world.
Mrs. Ellen B. Mason writes t My son was taken
turn fever, and cold
have died here, I was
rifl tvitA vrmy Pint
1ULLEB. Me was taken on Sunday, and on
Wednesday his throat was clear. It was a won
derful cure, and I wish it could be known to the
poor mothers who are losing so many children.
For Chills and Fever PAIN KILLER has
no equal It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
Pain Killer in the house Is a safeguard that
no family should be without.
AU druggists sell It at 25c., 50c, and $1.00
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
sept d&w tfept a oot.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiobs of appetlte.NattBeft.bovyels ooatlye,
Vain in theHead.with a dull sensation in
the back part, Pain under the shoulder-
IFnUDllllTUl b31XX UDi . UJ
of memory, with a feeling of haying ne"g
leoted some duty,wearines8, juiagtness,
Muttering of the Heart, Dots before the
eyes, yellow Skin, Headache, Restless
ness at night, highly colored Urine. "
TF THESE W ASKINGS ABE UHHEEDEB,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS are especially adapted to
such cases, one dose effects such a change
-They faervaae the Appetite, and caps the
bod to take oa Fleato; thuff the system Is
Moprlabed.and by theirTonfe Action on the
Murray St., M.T.
duced. Price 26 cents.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gbat Hair or Whiskmjs changed to Gwasr
Black by a single application of this Dyb. It
imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously.
Sold by Druggists, or tent by expreas on receipt of 1.
OfTlc6, 35 Murray St., New York.
CI. TCTT8 HAHCAL of Valmbla Infbrlilo aad k
rsby. ggdeodawl .
. Ginger. Buchu,
drake," StilUngU, and
ihaoy'of the 'best medi
cines known are com
bined in Parker's Ginger
Tonic, into a medicme
of such varied powers, as
to make It the greatest
Ytlfwl Pitrififfr and the
liesierer ver uu.
It cures Khjumausm,
Sleep lessnes, & dlseaesa
ofthe Stomach, Bowels,
Lungs, liver & Kidneys,
&is entirelr different from
Tat Bed, CUsnwt, and ";7. .
Man EeeaomW Hair ."""Tr
1.. wr hiu u mtora tk never intoxicate. Hiscox
oothfal color to pay oatr. & i
Uta. ml S! thM. tanteSwli
Coy Chemists, N, Vt
ring Buying Deity Sta.
ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADV-IAETEES JOE DBUMMEES.
mmtf bouse h been leased for jaterA of years
T bf MiDrTBeeTes, whose IntenUonta to
kieD- sWctly first d&sa house In every respect,
of mSous sample rooms on tot and second
X h patronage of the pnbHc ! solicited;
B9 after eating, with a CBafflr
fa exertion or body or roma,
NO EXT A
The Council of State, at Its Meeting
Yesterday Declines to Recommend, a
Call of the Legislature in Extra Ses
sion. Raleigh News and Observer, 18th.
The Council met yesterday at 11 a. m.,
pursuant to adjournment, Dr. Worth,
chairman, presiding. Present: Secretary
of State Saunders, Auditor Roberts and
Superintendent of Public Instruction
The resolution pending when the
Council adjourned on the 7th was con
sidered. This resolution, offered by
Col. Saunders, was as follows:
Resolved, That in view of the opinion
of the Attorney-General that no ma
chinery exists for the election of the
additional member of Congress provided
for this State in the recent act of ap
portionment, trie council Hereby advises
the Governor to call the legislature to
gether in extra session at such time as
to him may seem expedient.
Dr. Worth moved the following sub
stitute: Whereas, There exists a difference
of opinion among the members of the
bar as to the authority of law and ma
chinery in this State for the election of
a Representative to the United States
Congress for this State at large; there
fore, Resolved, That "this Council, having
considered the question occording to
the information to be had, upon exami
nation or tne law and precedents of
iormer times, and in other States, is of
the opinion that the Dresent law recm-
iaung elections is sumcient for such
Representative at large, and advise the
Governor that the necessity does not
exist for convening the General As-
semoiy in extra session.
i i .
U pon the adoption of the substitutp.
Messrs. Roberts. Scarborough and
Worth voted in the affirmative, and
Col. Saunders in the negative.
Col. Saunders, while the above resolu
tion was pending, offered the following:
Resolved. That the oninion of Messrs.
Armfield, Cox and Scales, Representa
tives in Congress, respectively, tfrom
the 7th, 4th and 5th districts, contro
verting the opinion of the Attornev-
General, touching the existence of ma
chinery for the election of the addi
tional Representative assigned to
North Carolina in the recent annnr-
tionmentact.be read for the informa
tion of the Council, and that the secre
tary bo directed to spread the same on
the minutes of the Council.
This resolution failed to Dass. Col.
Saunders voting in the affirmative and
Messrs. Roberts.- Scarborough and
Worth voting in the negative.
ine secretary was instructed to trans
mit a copy of the resolution, concern
ing the call of the legislature, to the
Governor, in reply to his communica
tion of the 6th instant, asking the con
sent and advice of the Council to "call
the legislature together in extra ses-
It was agreed and understood amone
the members of the Council that each
of them dhould have the privilege of
setting forth his reasons for his action
in run upon the minutes of the Coun
cil. PKOTEST OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
The right of the people of North
Carolina to send their full quota of
representatives to the Federal Congress
is not limited by or dependent upon the
discretion of the Council of State, but
is an" absolute and unqualified right.
not to be abridged or denied bv anv
1 ower whatever.
The act of apportionment under the
last census gives North Carolina the
right to send nine representatives to
ngress. The preceding act cave us
1 my eigne representatives.
T he Attorney-General of the state,
whom the constitution of the State ex
pressly makes my legal adviser.declares
that the State election law provides
only for the election of eight represent
atives; that the act of Congress giving
the additional representative provides
no machinery for his election, and that
any election, so called, held for choosing
such additional represtntative, will be
null and void.
The Federal Congress, therefore hav
ing failed to pass the aot of apportion;
men t, as it might have done, in time
for the State legislature, at its regular
sion, to make provision for the addi
tional reoresentative, and having also
failed itself to make provision for such
election, as tt might have done, the al
ternative is now presented to call an
extra session of the legislature or to
compel the State to go without its full
representation in the next Congress.
it is true the Council, by the letter of
the law, ha3 the power to deny to the
people the enjoyment of their right in
this matter, but the power is an inci
dental one, and in my judgment its ex
ercise was not intended by the framers
of the constitution, Indeed, as if to
prevent the possibility of such an exer
cise, they expressly enacted in our bill
sec. 0. All power of suspending laws
or the execution of laws, by any author
ity , without the consent of the repre
sentatives of the people, is injurious to
their rights, and ought not tQ be exer
cised. With this constitutional declaration
staring me in the face, I feel that
though the Council may have, under
the letter of the law, the power, in ef
fect, to suspend the execution of the
law giving to North Carolina nine rep
resentatives in the next Congress, it is
a power that ought not to be exercised.
In view then or the lacts and or the
law thus presented, and believing it is
ray duty, as a councillor or state, tnat
is to say as a servant of the peoile, to
further the people in the enjoyment of
their rights and.not to obstruct them, I
feel obliged to advise the call of the
legislature in extra session as the only
constitutional way cow open to secure
to the people of the State the enjoy
ment of their unaouDtea constitutional
right to send a full delegation to the
next Federal Congress.
If the call ot the legislature in extra
session were made and should involve
expense to the people, the responsibility
therefor, would not be upon me, but
upon the Federal Congress that failed
to pass the apt of apportionment, as it
might very well have done, in time for
the legislature, at its regular session, to
provide the machinery necessary to se
cure our full representation in Con
gress, where it is so important that the
State BnOUia De iuuy auu aviy icyre-
, Th nraotical difficulties that, in view
of the opinions of the Governor and
Attorney-General, spread in foil on the
records of the Councilmitst arise from
the failure of the Council to advise the
raiinf the extra session? asKea.Dywe
Governor in his letter of the 6th to the
Counoil, I do not propose here to advert
t0Regretting the necessity f os differing
from thfi other members of the Coun
cil, for whose opinions I entertain the
highest respect, . .
I am, very respectfully,
W. L. SAUNDERS,
" Secretary of State.
ah Agreeable Dressls ft the Hair, thatwOl
at in ifofoiiino- tin hAen lone sought for. Park
er's Hair Bftlsam, distinguished for Its purity, folly
supplies this want.
: tfiffl If
CHARLOTTE, N. $4 TUESDAY
As Revealed by a,Ramble through
Geological Museum The East
the West Rivals in Resources.
Baleigh News and Observer.
iesterday we paid a pleasant and
profitable visit to 'the admirable Geo
logical jsiuseum, now thoroughly ..ar
ranged, and which is one of which
every citizen of the State ought to be
and can well be proud. Over the front
door is an arch, composed of the lower
jaw of a whale killed near Beaufort,
while on each side are sections of wal
nut and poplar trees, each fire feet in
diameter, with fine specimens of white
pine and cypress shingles, talc, brown
stone, fire stone, mill stone, etc. The
museum is a room 100 feet 4y 40, "two
stories, having a graceful gaftery.jThSre
are two tiers of windows. r.hirv-fct in
I all, and the light is ample.? The ceiling
tinted, as well as the columns and wood
work ot toe gallery. -On the main floor;
uuo DyoutimjuB itio aovra in large standi
ing glass cases, in threffxpws alon? the
room, rormiDg alcoves on
witn a row along the centre. The mm
erais proper are on the left side as one1
enters; the rocks on the right, the
wooas, etc., m the centre. Most of the'
large specimens are placed on the floor,
around the cases of the class to which
First in place and importance we no
tice me iron ores, or wmch there is
large exnioit, both m variety, quality
and number of counties represented.
x me specimens or
wlI1' ?r,ke' Madison, Buncombe,
i v w ni,NUM iroo irunrrn i im -
Watauga. Stokes. Orano-e. Omlfnrrt T.inI
coin, Gaston Chatham.. Catawha. Har
nett, Kanaolph and Davidson. Mady
or tnese ores are of exfientinnnliv fin a
4uun,y anu m targe quantities. Next
VITA .-V Vl n 1 . . t
j. , r." J
nouuBciveaiarge case or gold ores,
uulu suiDnureta' ann -rrpA" nroa
Many mines are represented by fair
aye ageBpecimens, rrom iiurke, Cald-
weu, M.ecEienburg, Montgomery, Da
vidson, Cabarrus, Stanley, Guilford,
Gaston, Rovan, Rutherford and else-
wuere. some. very nne gold in quartz
and nuggets is shown. The third case
contains the coDDer ores, with manv
fine specimens from a dozen localities.
Among tr.e best are ores from Ore
Knob, Guilford, Chatham and David
son. Wake county shows some good
copptr. iwuii? two dozen Anommcno
silvt'r ore are shown, among them a fine
an vtr anu ieaa ore irom the Silver Val
ley Mine, in Davidson county, which is
now extensively worked.
Of graphite and plumbago we see
many specimens from Wake, Stokes
aud elsewhere, with bituminous coal
from Chatham, Stokes and Granville.
The Egypt coal is said to be of first-rate
quality. The mine will soon be re
opened. A fine display of white and colored
maroies, both rough and polished, is
shown. They are from Cherokee, Ma
con, day, Graham and Swain counties.
The supply is said to be inexhaustible.
ihese will find a ready market when
the Ducktown branch of the Western
North Carolina Railroad is completed.
Of kaolin or porcelain clays there is a
laTge collection, many of them as white
as snow, and of the best quality. There
is enough in the State to Supplv the
world, and yet there is not asingle'man
ufactory of porcelain ware in North
Of mica we have almost a monopoly,
as we furnish nearly all that is used in
this country. Many fine sheets are
shown from Yancey, Mitchell, Macon,
Haywood and Buncombe. Some of,
these sheets are over two feet wide. Ou
a large board are shown all the differ
ent sizes, trimmed to suit every pur
pose. These pieces are from two by
three to ten by fifteen inches. We no
tice large pieces of asbestos, of superior
quality, from Catawba, Caldwell, Rock
ingham and Mitchell. TM3 substance
is largely used in making fireproof cov
erings for steam boilers and pipes, roof
ing and paint, filling for safes and other
A' great many specimens of marl
from the eastern counties are shown in
glass boxes and jars. These have all
been analyzed, and show the exact com
position of each lot. Some of them
have over fifty per cent, of carbonate of
lime and other ingredients, which make
them valuable as fertilizers.
Of talc and pyrophyllite there are
many fine examples. Cherokee furn
ishes the finest talc and Moore county
the pyrophyllite. The ratter substance
resembles white soapstone, and is large
ly used in a powdered form to adulter
ate various good products, as soda and
baking powders, candy, oream of tartar,
etc. It is also used in soap and paper.
Granite from about twenty-five lo
calities is shown in square blocks, some
of them nicely polished. A beautiful
mottled Scotch granite from Wilson
county attracts much notice ; also the
"leopaidite" from Mecklenburg. Sand
stones, both brown, gray and yellow,
are shown. Some very fine brown stone
from Anson, Chatham and Moore, is in
cut cubea, to show the finished appear
ance. In woods, as well as minerals, our
State beats the world. We have 112
different varieties, growing between
Currituck and Cherokee, and along the
centre of the museum we see them at
tractively arranged and properly label
ed, both with the common and botani
cal name. Each specimen is two feet
long and shows the bark, sap and heart
of the wood, both in the plain and var
nished state- This exhibit is very com
plete and attracts much notice. Among
the most handsome we observe the
curled pine, curled walnut, cherry,
white ash, locust, cedar and holly. They
are all well worth inspection.. Our
woods are already attracting much at
tention abroad, and in many places in
the western counties the walnut and
cherry are selling at high prices.
The skeleton of a whale, 65 feet long,
is arranged along the centre of the mu
seum and under some of the cases. The
whale was killed near Beaufort, in 1874,
and produced 2,000 gallons of oil and
700 pounds of commercial whalebone,
netting in all about $1,500 to his cap
tors. In this hasty glance we can only
briefly notice the most important and
well known minerals of the 178 varie
ties found in this State, and we are not
sufficiently posted in geology to say
anything about the many rare ones pos
sessing much scientific interest. We
are greatly indebted to Mr. Thos. C.
Harris, the capable assistant of Prof,
Kerr, for information concerning the
museum. Mr. Harris is fully informed
and shows visitors every courtesy.
Washington, March 20. The Senate
judiciary committee to-day unanimous
ly decided to report favorably cn the
nomination of Judge Blatchford to be
Associate Justice of the United States
Supreme Court .
era made Beyond Expression.
Hampton, C H., SL a, May 1881.
H.H. WrrnerACo.: Sirs The result of jot
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure In my case has been
astonishing, so much so that I can find nd words
in which to express my indebtedness to yon.
Key. W. EL PbxhtiSS.
MARCH 21, 1882.
Tobacco in Western North"
As showing the true Value of-lands
in Madison county, which a few and
very iew years since were- of dul
aam at uity cents an acre, but which
now move on rapidly at from $5 to S25
no Kivo me luiiowmg items.or sales
wuacco, me product or such lands
, -LU a recent instance , 1,127 twunds
nrougbt $289.12 ; in another; the prod
2v: uyL74 acreB orougnt 551,155, and
mac or one acre $533.
j-iuBwomiuocuuiuy cultivated m
ujui;co produced less tban $100, in 1831
ports, ran from 30 up to $50, crop
J. ooico ui mi. am. wRsr. n re
auva agricultural revolu
tiuu nas taKen mace in anv nart. nf i,a
u j. j fwuvv.
JMttJ. XJ.lt. Krvan. Of Swain onnnfn
sold in the Pioneer Warehouse on Sat
urday oo pounds ot tobacco at an av
erage of a fraction over fiftppn
per pound.- '
. iiDUicuuouim?, not ior tne price,
tut as evidence of tiio ari
wird of the tobacco crop. The farm
each flideiJ enfer miles west of Ashevifte. and is
trie second shipment to this place from
that section, the first coming last year
ou wniK raised Dy tne same party
. C. W. BEXSOy, of Baltimore, Md.
Te give above a correct likeness of this wn
known and successful physician and surtrenn. who
has made a life long studF of Nervous Diseases
ana the Diseases of tbe Skin, and he now stands
in the highest rank, as authority on those special
aad distressing diseases. Invthe course of his
practice be dlhcovered what now are renowned in
medical practice, viz: a combination of Celery and
-.momlle in lhe shape of Pills. They are used
by I ne profession at large and constantly recom-
nded by them.
s is not a patent medicine. It is the result of
his own experience la practice. They are a sure
cure for the foliowlne sneelal disp qp.a anel nro
w jriny or a trial Dy all intelligent sufferers. They
oio yiciimcu c.iresijr u cure sick neadacue,
nervous headache, djspeptic headache, neuralgia
paraiysis, sieepiess, dyspepsia and nervousness,
a:;u win euro niiy case.
soiu oy an druggists. Price oO cents a box. De
pot. 106 North Jfiutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
m -.11, two boxes for 1 or six boxes for $2.50, to"
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
Is Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TETTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASES OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLE8 and
TENDER ITCHINCSonaUpartaof the
body. It makes the skin white, soft and smooth
removes tan and freckles, and is the BEST toilet
dressing in THE WOHLD. Elegantly put np, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
AU first class druggists- have it. Price? 1. per package.
CH13.. N CBITTENTON. 115 Fulton street,
JMw York City, sole agent for Dr. C. W. I;en9cn's
r-medtes, to whom all orders bould be ad-
' i arl
KRS. LYDIA E. FiHKKS.M, OF LYHH, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cure
for alt tboie Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
soeommon teeur best female population.
It will core entirely- the worst form of Female Com
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcera
tlon, Falliug and Dlsplaoements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of life.
It wiU dissolve and expel tumors from the n terns In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there is checked very speedily by Its use.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving'
f or stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous .Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
: d backache, Is always permanently cured by its use.
It will at all times and under all circumstances aot In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either aez this
( mpound Is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
i JTJNTJ Is prepared at 23S and 135 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Haas. Price tl. Six bottlesf or S5. Sent by mail
In the form, of pflla, also la the form of loxenges, on
receipt of price, per box foreither. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as above. Mention tkit Paper.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
LI V.E11 PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. SS cents per box.
g3- Sold by all Dmgfflsts. -
LIME ! LIME ! LIME !
, --:o: :o:
TTAVING now two more Kims in addition to our
j-i .raarsTPAX. KILN we are now prepared to
'.FILL ORDERS PHOxTLPTLY,
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