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JULY 14, 1881.
TVoni onil after tlie 1st day "of Jan nary,
the suDscripiiou jjiicc u nic wict-
! ... I f..llniri .
One tear, paid u advance, $1.50
' pavment delayed 3 month 8,2.00
j iifivment delayed 12 moutlis 2.50
JflSTOUY OF KOWAN COUJiTY,
! The printing of this work is now fln
isiicd, and the sheets will soon be sent to
the Unfcr. It will be a book of over
600 page?, Only 350 copies have been
printed in book form, consequently the
supply 8 very limited, is proposed
to Bell jthese, bound in cloth, at . . -. $ 1 -25
By mail ao uu ...
Iu ope-half calf or morocco ....
I ti- nfinil' do do
persomvdesiring to obtain a copy may
rnd in their orders, accompanied by
the price, and the work will be delivered
as soon as made ready
, - & J. J. Bruxek.
Last week, taken on an average, was
the hotest term ofnair days ever recorded
j The next session of the North Carolina
College will begin August the 8th, 1881
t See potice in this paper.
. ; ". - O- .
i R fttl. of Mr. J. F. Ross. He desires
to get two ood young men. : This is
The negro preacher, J. C. Price, spoke
here j one day last week. His effort in
hehalf of prohibition wa3 appreciated.
, ,. j! O '
v Capnon & Fetzer, Concord's most en
terprising business house, call attention
to their Van Winkle Cotton Gin. Their
ad may be seen iu another column
-. ! ,. - - 0 ' - ,
br JF. Griffith and Mr. Adam Clod
felter haye purchased theold Bason prop
erty011 the corner of lnnUa and Church
streeK It includes the office aud resi
dence of Dr. Griffith and the property
F. E: Sliober and Capt. Chas.
Price i are aunounced to make auti-prohi-bition
speeches at several points iu the
'counjy. They w ill most likely confiue
themselves to the defects in Legislative
Bill, 'hut the people will remember that
would oppose prohibition iu any
! Norsial for Colored
Salisbury , Normal S
school for co
ie. here in An
teachers will conven
Kev. J. 0. Crosby, Principal. The assis
tants have not been -selected. -The school
will continue open for three or' four
jnonihs. This Normal was established
iy7 the Stato for the better training of
colored teachcrsjf .
i A load of
watr melons in this week
Souto liivcr fine lot. There is
lerable "dif" between a Water mel
on and a cotton blossom. Vc are nl wars
reaieuiberetl with cotton flowers, but
early melons are supposed to be danger
ous food for editors. Cotton flowers dou't
-hurt; 'em. 1
Gaiifield Post Office. Some of un
cle anis agents between Salisbnry and
tlie altpv'e named post office are respousi-
ble for. the failure of our package to reach
tnatofbee at the time it is due. We as
hore our subscribers that all our pack
ages are seut to the post office-in this
place regularly every Thursday eveniug.
If they fail to reachthcir destination the
cause of it does not rest with ns.
' Annual Picnic at the Shoals.
The Annual Masonic Picnic, for the
benefit of the' Oxford Orphan Asylum
will be held at the 'Shoals," in Davie
Comity, July 22d, (Friday.)
A chapter of tlie orphans- are expcctedJ
James N. Eeid, Esq., of Rockingliam
County a the orator of the occasion.
Grand Master Granger is also expected.
J..1I. Stewart, i
H A? A. Harbix, V Com.
I C. Saix, )
A petition to close the Dmroods and
Haid ware stores at 8 o'clock until 1st of
September, was circulated this week, and
failed, because two merchants refused to
sign. The merchants of Charlotte, Con
crdliiid Greensboro have adopted this
plan, for several reasons the nightlrade
if very slight; and it Ogives their over
orkej clerks some little time for recrea
VPQafter stan ding-behind the counter
throughout theheat of the day. It is hard
to keep meu at work for 14 or 15 hours
such weather as this, and it is to be-re-greitea
that the measure failed.
MitUxDNORf h Carolina Ra it. T"niT.
-pCapi. Wm. Cain, the engineer iu charge,
, ill. start from the Depot iu this place
this week,' to make the preliminary sur
vey of this road. They will goby Miller's
Ferry, Holmes' Mill on Abbotts Creek,
euce to Asheboro, and thence to
rov The other par
under Col. F.
varoeocr have already run some 40
Jles from Goidsboro towards Pitts
ooro.. ! ,
J Capt. Cain says ihat the line will be
located. irumerii;ur1v .-ifr
: fvey is made, and that gra.li..g be
wgnii as eoon as several miles of the road
Hocite;I. Tlusridiand h been a jN t
jf'en of Mr.; IW.V for along time and
. UmMM:mi ihat hi liH.-i uul be ic-
i ' ; -1
Cqffxe ox the Tkes. ot many per
sons know how coffee looks on the tree, and
the elegant lithographed picture of a! coffee,
tree, which we were shown this week and
which Thurber & Co., the great coffee mer
chants of New York, present to dealers who
sell their coffee, is ornamental and instruc
tive. It may be seen at Kluttz & Rcndle-
lite occasional reDdrt of n slmf. imn
warns ns that the citv dorra are fiillinir
" . . a -j 7- o
victims tothe law Tis hard on the
dogs, buf it is bctterso than otherwise.
If it were possible, the same course all
over the county would prove beneCcial.
This killing of .the dogs remiudf ns of
a happy hit made on one of our bar
keepers by the town lax collector, j
Bar keeper meeting tax Collector on
the street accosted him thasly T j
Barkeeper How are you, lit. dog
killer t . j
Tax Collector Fintrate, Mr.j man
killer, howjire you f
That answer is like a poem or a picture
the more you took at it, the more yoa
KEV. J. C. PIUCE,
the able and gifted colored orator, on
last Thursday, delivered a speech in the
the Court House in this city, on the sub
ject of Prohibition to a large arid at
teutive audience, composed l&rgtly of
some of the best citizens of the commu
nity. True, as he asserted, he is a genu
ine negro, as his black skin fully proves.
The ease of manner and Sound logic dis
played by the speaker, as be took up the
various objections brought gainst the
movement by the anti-prohibitionists,
showed the ability of the man, and that
he has given the subject considerable
thought and study.
We shall not attempt a report jof the
speech in detail, but think it appropriate
to note a point or two made against those
who object to the measure. One was, on
the plea the antis advance, that civil liber
ty would be endangered, and certalu indi
vidual l ights destroyed. " He said this was
all intended to fool and mislead the col
ored voters, for ho felt certain the whites
had too much sense to believe it; but the
colored men had moved from where they
were ten or a dozen years ago, antl were
now able to judge for themselves what
to do to promote their own best interests,
aud knew no power could take from them
their liberty. As to rights, they simply had
no right to use a thing that would injure
them and their wives and children.
And again, that a number of tiie most
influential anti-prohibi tionists claim to be
the best kind of prohibitionists, but the
bill passed by the hist Legislature was so
objectionable they could not possibly vote
for it. This class, 6aid the speaker, ad
vance this objection to cover thfeir true
seutimetits, for the simplest mind can see,
if he but read the 7th section of the act,
that the voter has nothing in thp world
to do w ith the bill, ns it is already a law,
aud all that is required of him js to vote
"For Prohibition," or "Against Prohibi
His whole speech was conclusive and
bristled with strong mnd well made
poiuts, and we regret that every colored
voter in the State cannot have an oppor
tunity to hear him. ' !
For the Watchman.
Mu. Editor The Atweil Township pro
hibition committee met at Coleman's store
on the 25th of June, and made arrange
ments for speaking at that place on the 8th
of July on the subjectrof prohibition. "
On this occasion J, K. Graham Esq., in
troduced the Rev. J. A.-Ramsay, iwbo ad
dressed the people for half an hour, favor
ing prohibition with arguments from the
Bible. Rev. .W. S. Crecy followed with a
Speech of one hour, takingthesameground,
and producing such arguments as could not
be successfully gainsayed or resisted. Two
other speakers, Messrs. Shober and Price, of
Salisbury, opposed to prohibition, were
present. They were invited to speak, being
restricted to the same time-aHowed the
other speakers. They said that they were
not satisfied with the arrangement and
therefore declined to speak. They said
they would address the people on this sub
ject at some other time and place, j Lee S.
Overman, Esq., and Capt. R. R. Crawford,
of Salisbury, followed, each with a speech
of about half an hour, showing very clearly
that liquor as now used in North Carolina,
in various ways greatly increases our-taxes ;
also that it produces a great deal ofsorrow,
wretchedness, premature death and insan
ity. W. A. Wilborn then closed tlie meet
ing with a few very appropriate remarks.
i s. o.
For the Watchman.
As previously announced, a goodly
n umber of the Prohibitionists of
Township met atCowanTs School
on last Friday night. The crowd
bered from sixty to eighty, and was large
ly made up of well-to-do, intelligent men.
The meeting was opened with prayer by
Rev. J. A. Ramsay. Rev. Ws S. Crecy
then proceeded with an earnest arid Con
vincing appeal in .favor of prohibition.
Ho was followed iu a soiyid and; argu
mentative address by Rev. Mr. Riinisay.
Time and space forbid extended notice of
these speeches. Suffice it to say they
were received with marked attention, and
your correspondent believes that prohibi
tion votes were made, while he is quite.
certain that some of the "stalwarts" were
In reply to a general invitation, j Mr.
Jjinies F. E. Brown made a funny Speech
in opposition to the popular movement.
It was uo htll work with him. He seem
ed to the writer to be one of those who
oppose more from reluctance to give up
than from stroug convictions of the justice
of his cause. Ins arguments were weak
find inrvM.sistpnh hut nevertheless: as
strong as any that can be produced against
prohibition. The faet is. Mr. IJrowu wa4
on the wroug side and knew it, arid was
i a An 1
ouiv trying to Keep op appearauces.
This Association hdlds its next meeting
at Owens' (Phillip) School House Friday
eveniug, 15th inst., at 3 o'clock; Pi' M.
Mr. R. R. Crawford and Lee b. Overman,
i Eq-f will - be ;p resent to addivss the peo -
j pk-. Kcs.
' -- -- --- - ----- -!
- T. K. 'BRU2TER, MANAGER. '
For de-snb-pulvcrizing, in report of
Phoenix mine, last weeks .paper, read ;
desulphurizing. Such errors are haniilia
ting but to err is human ; we belong to
that class. i
Quaker Crrr Gold Mixe, Cabarrus
County.- First . clean up of five tons,
yielded 5J oz. Second run of 4 J tons of
No 1 ores yielded 10J oz. This last was
from the 3 foot Eldorado Tein. j
PHoexix Gold Mine. A card from
mining Captain, Judson, says: "you place
the capacity of the Racd drill at 12 inches
in 20 minutes; CO inches per hour is not
an uncommon run ; I have cut as high as
12 inches in 8. minutes. Work is mov
ing briskly and the quantity of ore is
steadily increasing. The glorious fourth
passed off quietly not
a drunk on the
The Daily Stock Report ot July 7tb,
takes occasion to slander the Crowell,
cither through malice or through iguo
rancei "The Crowell company are em
barrassed with' every thing except gold"
to this we would suggest in xeply, that
the company meet promptly 4 their en
gagements in this State. We saw a few
days since a certificate from the Register
of deeds of Stanly County,! certifying
that uo claims were recorded agaiust the
company. As regards veins ofj gold bear
ing material, there isnopossibledonbtbut
that they have plenty, and they are daily
demonstrating it by the results obtained
from the mill, which is now injoperation.
We have no personal interest in this
matter, except that the Crowell is a North
Carolina mine and the Watchman feels
an interest in the welfare of all our mines.
In this case the Stock J?epor(over step
ped the bounds of propriety j and made
statements very foreign to jthe facts,
therefore we contradict them-f our per
sonal knowledge bearing us out in these
The famous Hidden mine lis situate
four and a half miles from Taylorsvillc,
the County seat of Alexander. There are
two tracts of land, containing respec
tively seventy aud eighty acres, which
go to make up the entire property. Five
years ago, Mr. Warren, who then owned
the land, used to find pale green spodu
mene on tho surface. Mr. Hidden begau
prospecting tuere just about a year ago
and after five weeks of patient toil was
rewarded in finding what is known as a
blind vein, i. e. one which which, does not
reach to the surface. This one: was found
twelve feet from the top. The yeiu is de
composed and soft to the depth of twenty-
eight feet, below which the vein bindings
are solid gneiss, and exceedingly hard to
penetrate-quickly dulling the best Steele.
Tho division line at this point (28 foot
water level) is very sharp and distinct.
A drift was rnn from the foot of the hill
to the shaft for tho purpose of draiu-
Tho vein, a fissure by contraction, is
filled with quartz crystals, routile, feld
spar, mica, pyrite, emerald and Hidden
ite. The m gems are found embedded in
these minerals. Tho vein is at present,
ten inches in lateral extent and three
fourths of an inch in width. They are
down 32 feet and hoist with a whim.
The entire "expense of opening and
working the mine has been paid by the
sale of gems. The finest stoue yet takeu
out weighed two and a half carats and
brought at wholesale, one hundred dol
lars aarat. The Hiddenite is of a green-
ishcoior the crystals,-sometimes pale at
oue extremity, gradually deepen to n
rich emerald at the other. When cut
and polished tho cem has a beautiful,
There are other veins within twenty
feet of this, which Prof. Hidden will ex
plore at an early day. Ho has had many
offers to stock the mine, but prefers not
doing so. Prof. Hidden has our thanks
for a specimen of the hiddenite in its
natural, or unpolished state.
The Baltimore and North Carolina
Gold MiuingCompany are increasing'their
facilities. from five to twenty-hve stamps.
Ten staui ps arrived yesterday aud were
shipped to the mine.
Work has begun on both ends of the
"Jayne Vein," about 5 miles west of the
city. The south end, where the Capps
mine is located, is now .in operation, and
at the Hopewell mine, the nortli end of
the same vein, the work of reopening
At the McGinn mine dry pulverizing
machinery is being substituted for the
wet stamping p:oct 63.
Tho stock of the Hopewell has already
advanced in anticipation of tho. impor
tant work -Just commencing.
Mr. J. R. Stevenson has discovered
what promises to be a valuable gold mine
on his farm, some distance below Mat-
thews' Station. Some of the ore has been
left at the OBSERVER for examination.
Joe Ross one of the principals in the
murder of Bob Ilennegan, continues to be a
bugaboo to colored people in the country.
Dozens of them in different portions of the
country are ready to swear that they have
seen him, fully armed, lurking abotit in their
different neighborhoods after dark. Char.
Torrid Heat Numerous Sukstroxes.
Cincinnati, July 11. The United States
signal service thermometer here registered
103.5 at 3:15 yesterday afternoon. Ordi
nary thermometers registered . from 7 to 8
degrees higher in the shade. The heat was
the greatest on word here. The coroner
was called to attend 13yfeaths,:all from
congestion of the brain, supposed to have
been superinduced by excessive heat. There,
were 12 sunstrokes, though no fatal rases
were renorted un to midnisht. IirCovin?r-
j ton, Ky.. there were ft cases of funstroke
rtcrdy, four of them fatal.
THE 'ASSASSIN ATIOW"
" OP mm PEICES HAS BEEN MADE AT
- II 11
PRICES REDUCED 25 PER GENT OH
SUITS, SHOES, HATS AND
1 ' -
We are closing out our Spring and Summer
Goods in order to make room for our Winter
ru ' i i !ll ! it
siock, wnica wm iar
brought to this market. You can now secure
at a Great Discount, Bargains in
HSTSr All Styles and Patterns :
SUITS, COATS VESTS, AND PANTS,
Any Way to
Our line of Shoes is ivett assorted and can not
jail to p lease ai me
Ladies' Sandals, Cloth.
GENTS' HAND-MADE SHOES, GAITERS, TIES, LOW QUARTERS,
ALL GREATLY REDUCED.
A lot of Cloth Sh,oes to be closed
not fail to examine this line.
Large line Dress Shirts, Undershirts,
Call on J
M. S. BROWN".
For the Watchman.
Wedding Festivities. Ou Thursday,
7th inst., a large party assembled at the
resideuce of Dr. A. Fuller, of Randolph
county, to celebrate the marriage of Miss
Alberta B. Stith, daughter of the late Dr,
W. Stith, of Chatham - county, to Mr. J.
Howard Jones. , Ceremony was perform
ed by the Rev. Dr. Watson at 12 o'clock
M. After the usual congratulations, the
guests partook of au elegant repast, at
which tlie unfailing hosnitalitr aud cour
tesy of ilie Doctor and his clever lady
were fully evinced.
Deputy Collector D. S. Burns, of the 4th
district in this Statex said he "was d n
glad Garfield w'as-fihot, the Grant men will
have a show now," rfhd was suspended from
duty by Collector Young. Char. Obfcrter.
At China Grove, on Tuesday morning,
July the 7th, Lillian, daughter of Rev.
B. S. and Kate Brown, aged 1 year 6
months and 21 days.
Because it adds to personal beauty by
restoring color and lustre to gray or fad
ed hair, and is beneficial to the scalp, is
why Parker'a Hair Balsam is such a pop
Bt-auty, health, and hnppiuefis for ladies
in "WINE OF CARPUI." j i'
At Thco. F. K!uttz8.
A Grand Reputation.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation frhat is not lim
ited by tho confines of section or country.
There are no injurious substances, nor
false and temporary stimulants in the
preparation. It is purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed severe tests, and Ion endorse
ments from some of the highest medical
talent in the coantry. N. f. TrorW.
esr LOST OR MISLAID !
AW persons are hereby cautioned ngainst ne
iroMairrnT r.prtifipate No.43 for Seven Hundred
an I Fifty Shares of the capitjd stock of the
Sam Christian Gold Mining Company of North
Carolina, paid certificate having teen loft or
mislaid, and application hasjb.n made to the
Company for the issue of a nevjr certificate in
its place. J. P. Stockham.
Mt. Gilead, N. C, Maj 9, ISil. 38:2t
GREENSBORO, N. C.
The 51st session of this well known In
stitution will begin on Wednesday, 24th of
TERMS PEU SESSION OF 20 WEEKS:
Board and tuition in full Enjglish course.
$75.00. Charges for extra studies moderate.
. For particulars apply for Catalogue to
GrcensboTO, June 24, 1SS1.
exceed anyming ever
greauy reaucea prices.
Shoes and Gaiters.
out at very low figuere.
AHQ UMBRELLAS ! !
Drawers, Collars, Cuffs, and Ties.
Fresh barrel of Mott'a Cider just tapped
at A. Parker's.
Two good Salesmen. None but expe
rienced Tonng men of good habits need
apply. "Call at once. J. F. KCJSS .
i l?f II MYEFl
A saddle horsby the
mouth, at cheaper rates
than livery men can afford.
FOR SALEF0R CASH I
1,500 Sheaves of very clean oats.
Srayed or Stolen A liver colored
Setter Dog with leather collar. Absent
since Monday last. Will pay a resonablc
reward for the return of him to
M. S. BROWN.
Just received at A. Parker's.
Peerless, Peach Blows & Soowf ate
For Planting at J. D. McNecly'i.
Also ji Large Lot of Fnsh Pine
Apples just received at
J. D. McNEELTS.
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Shoicing Actual Cost io Members
of 4,000 Insurance for Cme
Year March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880).-
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years.
30 " 40
40 " 45
45 " 50
50 " 55
55 " Go
. 51 00
. 63 00
J. D. X&cXffeely, Ag'r.
Corrected by J. M. Ksox & Co.
1 July 14
CottoS good Middlings,
Bacon, county, hog round
CmcKEKS -per dozen
Meal moderate demand at
Wukat good demand at
FtiOCR best fam.
No plow ever invented
lar as these have. They
uie most prominent tarmers with all the popular,
plows of Western, Northern and home manufac
ture,! and have, by their work, proven to be as
we represent in every particular. Thev have in
competition with all plows in the Southern mar
ket been awarded
ABINGDON, WYTHEYILLE, CULPEPPER and LYNCHBURG, 71,
Virginia State Fair at Richmond,
AJSTy at tho GEORGIA STATE FAIU at ATLANTA,
In all other trials where quality of work tind general superior
ity have been the points considered, thev have established their
superiority over all others. A full stock of - "" .
WATT'S PLOWS, ALtL SIZES, -AND
Genuine Trade Hark Castings -
for same at lowest prices. Every Plow Warranted or no sale.
A trial is solicited, with privilege of returning
if not working as we claim and giving entire
satisfaction. - J. D. GASKILL.
SALISBURY, N. C. . .. -
MALE AXD FEMALE,
Be-established on a firm basis by a Board
of Trustees, and under the supervision of
the former experienced Principal, Prof. R.
This Institution is located in south-west
Rowan, (N. C), in the midst of an industri-1
ous and prosperous community. The third
session will commence July the 11th, 1881,
and continue forty weeks, divided into two
terms. The advantages of this school are
very superior. Healthiness of location, mor
al tone of community, and excellent church
privileges make it a desirable place for a
school. Students prepared for the actual
business pursuits of life, or for the College
classes. A very attractive feature of the
school is the establishment of a Music De
partment, under the direction of an accom
Board in the best families at from 50.00
to $7.00 per month. The terms for music
and tuition are very low. For particulars
address, at once, the Chairman of Trustees,
Rev. Ym. A. Lutz, or
II. M. Lf.A7.er, Scct'y.
Enochville, Rowan Co.. N. C, June 25th,
1881. - 37:4t
North Carolina : Mlm County.
In the Superior Ccnrt, June 24, 1SS1.
Dr. Joseph Wilkins, Plaintiff,
John J. Workman, Relecca J. Work-
man, Daniel ljOitin, jlnnan L.oltin, ana
George C. Irwin, Trustee.
Action to recover real estate.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court, by the Sheriff's return, and the af
fidavit of Plaintiff, that George C. Irwin,
one of the Defendants in the alove entitled
action, is a non-resident of this State aud is
a necessary party to the final determination
of this actian in reference to real estate in
this State i
It is therefore ordered by the Court, that
publication be made once a week for six
consecutive weeks in the "Salisbury Watch
man" a newspaper published in the town,
of Salisbury, uotifying the said George Ce
Irwin, trustee, to appear before the Judg-
of tho Superior Court to be held for David
son County at the Court-house in Lexing-
ton, Si. V.
, on the lit Monday ot beptem
and answer or demur to the
Which will be filed during first
three day of the Term, of said Superior
Court or judgment will be taken according
to the praverbf the complaint.
37:Cw; " C. F. Lowe, C. S. C.
WESTERN K. C. Railroad.
Takes effect Mondar, 1 55 o'clock, A. M., April
AKKIVI. ttaVB. STATIONS. ABMVS. LSAVX.
. Tsoa.nvSaUsburT 4 50p.ra
8S3a.m tTUlrd Creek 4 04
too lmwoo4 Z 4
i Suteartue 3l .
10 19 Catawba 2 32
loss l Newton 149
till oonova 14
H3I Hickory 12 51 111
1114 p m (card 13 is pan
it si jMorgranton m 40
lis oienn Alpine 11
1 w Brtdg-e water . 11 07
tot ' ' Manou 10 29
1 53 Old Fort 9 47
SOft 39 Henry 9S7 !
4 so BITc Mountain ft 44
449 Cooper'8 8 94
4 93 Swannaooa a 24
sit -Vnheviiie Ja'ct 8 07
SM lA&beTllle - i 8 00a.tr;
r5""Trlas ran dally, Rortay exefpt-
A. B. ANDREWS, oea.snpt.
has become as zonu
have been tested by
me Best Oyer ALL !
Oils I Oils I Oils !
Cheaper than ever..
Mill be sold loiccr than ever
Fresh TURNIP SEEDS t
Orange Jelly or Golden Ball,
Large White Flat Norfolk,
Seven Tops-, -White
Improved Purple Top Strap Leaf,
White flat Dutch Strap Leaf,
CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE!
Warrautcd to care every timo
If given in time, or money refunded.
25cts. per Sox, or three for OOetf.
For sale at ElffXTZSttV
TMs Wonderful Improred Saw IuMis
W warranted to nt twrt tec la IkiM I
Mtr. and r cord wood or lon of any m la adaf
nn sow mmrm ' u cnup or m utm war. iMfa
err AHtft m " -tTT rm
lUn rAUUfW M4NCFACTCRllltt CSt.
To make Title to Land, and Laborer ant
For Sale at Office.
n R OW & GO WAIT,
Cook Stoves of all stza and styles always aa
hand at lowest prices, rsriiake a fepecUlty otja
ACORN COOK STOVES, Ue bm ta tka
world. A nrst-claaa stock ot Ha and Graaft
lift AHU UUHHtH sniTHiuo.
All kln1s of nousp-Rofflnfj and GotiertpsdoBt o
short notice and In tlie bebtatyle.
e lcn p poBstontly on habd a complete stock et
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