page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
TUl'KSDAV. .TUl.V 21, IjjSJ.
r'r.iiu aud after the Uf day of January,
iii Uk- suWc)ijti.n i iiv of the U'utch- l
,.:., will uc .
Oik: voir, paid in advance, $1.50
" payment delayed H months, 2. (M)
' payment delayed li! months 2.50
TOlfY OF ROWAN COUNTY.
The printing of this work is uow fin
ished, ami the sheets will soon be sent to
tile hinder. ' It w ill be a book of over
5O0 pfgcsJ Only 3D0 copies have been
printM i hook form, consequently the
supply is very limited. It is proposed
to sell these, nonnu in ciom, ai . -., . 5 ' -
l iu- nuiil do do ........ . 1
In one-half calf or morocco . . 1 .50
By mail Xdo do...i 1.G0
Persons desiring to obtain . copy may
send in their orders, accompanied by
the price, and tho-work will be-delivered
sja soon as made ready.
J. J. iiKLNKU.
The coniet is waning.
DiinH' fail to register in time.
The theromomcter is ''behavinthis
M ' ." o-
I Corn meal is scarce and Helling for 1
per bushel. ' Corn is only worth 75 cents.
Thc whfat yield in some portions of
the county is not as large as was antici
Scf ad.'of Thomasville Female College.
'hisjis one of tho best schools for.irls
in thfe State. ,
I A ery pleasant Lawn sociable was
enjoyed at'MrsM. L. Holme's last Mon
day i ight,
.:,;, o -
I Prdf. A. W. Owen has been qnito sick
J-lntsrcerception of the bowels but is
icpom-u nuicii better.
J. Rumple will 'occupy the pulpit
Prefcbyterian church of Morgan ton,
Tlni Senior Editor is resting a week
he is enjoying the cool lrcv.es of Bun
couibe count v.
?onie of the strongest license advocates
are compelled to admit that prohibition
is gaining ground in Rowan.
Mcsars. II. C. William and E. P.
Browti, painters, am calsomi.nuing and
repainting Mr, Luke Black mer'.s houe.
t ' : . O
- rrhea'ccumpliahod, Miss Klill'.-niielh-r will
preside-at tie" organ in tlie Methodist
cliurch. durfng Miss Warnci's absence in
Tlie girls are wearing hoop-skirts
2ain-faU agree that tliey are horrid ;
but liay'ut tjie. courage to appkir witljoat
one as;it is the style.
i All those of our feaidevs w ho have not
yt re4d the Prohibitory-Act will do well
tiigivdita careful reading.. See it ou
; : . o :
Jab c Horses. Xearly all the dark
iwises, who aro seeking for Congressional
Juniors: in this district, havo como out,
wjth iiiagle exception, as anti-prohibi-
tiouisU. , This may bo very wise, and
ajjaiu it may not. -
- j 'j .! o .
! i : j i-L
I t . Teacher's Institute.
! jtyejare pleased to uotico the following
iiWml, That we, the Salisbury Grad
ed Scliitol Committee, herebv tender to
.Jhe Teacher's Institute for Rowan count v.
jup-Utyded School Alou&c in Salisbury,
toj: the! purpose of holding-its sessions the
i'it and second week in August next.
firsohed, That we will give such ns
fiistabcej as we can to promote its success,
and ro nrgy the teachers., and citizens of
the town aud county to attend its mcet-
. Tliij Teachers Iustitue promises to be
of great: interest and profit to teachers
especially. Au able corps of instructors
lias.beeu secured. Prof. N. C. English,
i now conductiug the Normal School
t Xeton, has the reputation of being a
eonuiietoT 0f schools. We
'4UikgId to see the citizens of town t
anil country attend.
MiijtxRTowN, X. C, July 19th, 'SI
Sir: I am sorrr tit linvo t tr11
utotop sending your paper to me
II. W Miller, P.
Ilia it nM n if . i
-"-,; vic . w no is not m nvm
THh ifh the President, who is a pro-
j. f0IH topie can not see that thifrques
jl'f 'sfeubinitted to the people Just ns
?D? other question is. Is anv man who
f fU-ctea by a majoiity of votes a ty
L1 PS" lsiion submitted tor the
rjk for adoption or rejectiou tyrani
. ffc wr so, how could our -gov-ptoeUtjlivo-it
is founded on fheprinci
P of electing by majority its rulers, who
.! f,-. v.t"ice unamaKe raws for the
" ifv ui um people. Takeaway this prin
p' m the United States cchm-s toTje a
I lnl!',:or diiiioult menrtr.iaii.in.
At Thvo. V. Klutu's.
'"lume ot Subscription is out and I do j f,CIit'ts Iul onc Iare- & ti. Kaiiroad,
''fM wiliiug to putrouize a man wha f P "u '"e F1'?- C' W.
adtpca es as tyranical a cause as vou dol 1rAV C ? w ?,C- &lld
. M-.i r;Yni!M vo.n-.tna,.if'i!,- i Is . C. Kuuroads, reuucrtnp.tickets, Geeijt8
I ft ..." - . ' 1 il . 1 ; - . I
bjtetian church of tili city preached an
exceptional serniou on last-Snudayf morn
ing. The text waatuiccii from Ezekjicl, 33d
jrbaptcr and 6th verse: "But if the Watch
man sec The sword come, and blow uot
the trumpet, and the: people be noi warn
ed ; if the sword come, and take away
any person from among them, lio ijj taken
away in his iniquity; but his blood wilt
I require at the watchman's hand.?'
In the discourse ho showed how; it was
the duty of tho church and its ministers
to watch aypf the people and sotnd the
trumpet of warning when danger! cam ;
how Inafc the principle was applicable to
the great question of prohibitiojo-now
agitating the public mind tho qnestiou
beiug one cf morality and of political
economy he treated the moral part of
the question, and showed that it was the
duty aud special province of the Schurch
and its ministry to watch over and up
hold the morals of tho people anil kfdo
all in their power to further anyj move
tending to that end. It was a discourse
that would have profited those ojpposed
to prohibition to hear ; but uu fortunately
the great mass of that belief are nou
Summer Notes. Mr. James D.SBrown
and II. M. Jones ire at the Warm
Dr. M. Whitehead is in Haywood
Miss Linda Rumple lias gone to! Ashc
ville. . i
D. L. Gaskill has gone to M0relicad
Miss. Maggio Merrimou f Raleigh is
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. S. Ovejmau.
Miss Alike Kinloch, of Charleston,
S. C, is visiting friends in this city.
Miss Corn Withers of Davidson Collego
is at Capt. J. A r Ramsay's.
Miss Emma Meiouey of S. C, isi at Mr.
P. P. Moloney's.
Miss Cora Manuey of Milledgetille, is
at Mr. John W. Mauuey's. i
" Mr. T. J. Merouey is recruiting at
Mr. J. Mf Knox'3 family are at Spark
ling Catawba Springs.
Mr. A. Parker's family have gone to
Misenheiiner's Springs. j
Mrs. and Miss Pearson are in itender
son County. ' - ' j
Mr. Robt. Knox's family are in Lenoir.
Mr. C. N. Price's fani il y are at Miseu
hcimei's Springs. i
Miss Aunis Mears of Davidson County
is visiting illegal isbury.
Miss Hattie Rringle has returned from
" Mr. J. P. Gowan's family are at Marion.
Miss Ella Brown will spend several
weeks iu Ashevillc.
poon Gkovk, Mt. Ui.t. v Township,
July 5(h, 1361.
At an appointed meetiirg of citizens
composed of the several Prohibition Com
mittees of At well, Mt. Ulla and Scotch
Irish, it. was determined to hold a co-operative
Mass Meeting, at Wood Grove,
on .Saturday the 30th of July.
All other townships are cordially invi
ted to join us and take part iu this meet
ing. The following committees were appoint
ed by the chair :
Committee of Arrangement S. Ci Ran-'
kin, John K. Graham, 4.. T. Ray, S. A.
Sloan, Dr. S. W. Eaton, W. L. Kistler,
Jas. Raukincol'd; David Barber, icol'd,
Alex. Clemeut, W. V. Kilpatrie and
Committee on Invitations Tv. S. W.
Eaton, J. M. Coieman, Rilrt. A. Silliman,
V. L. Kiestler, Jtdiu K. Graham, and J.
G. Marry. This committee met atiouce,
and decided to invite the followingspeak
ers for the occasion : V. Montgomery, of
Concord; Lee S. Ovcrmaii, Rev. J. Riimple,
Capt. 11. R. Crawford, and Revs. VV. II.
Lryant and J. O. Crosby, colored, of
alisbury; Kev. H . is. Crccy, ot Frahklin;
Rev. Mr. Rook, of Mooresville Baptist
Church, and Dr. Wm. Wells Urown,col'dt
of Boston, the latter saitPto be tho Unest
negm orator in America.
Anti-prohibition speakers arc also in
vited to attend and timo will be given
them to discuss their side of the question.
Ladies andgentleineu, White and black,
all are earnestly invited to come oiit and
hear this great question discussed. Be sure
to bring with-you baskets of provisions,
as there will be tables put up oh the
grounds for a free dinner.
- J. K. Graham, Chairman.
J. G. Murrv, Sect'y.
North Carolina Pharmaceutical
Charlotte, N. C, July 9,
The Second Animal M pa! in r n-ilt mm -
VQ11C at Newbejut-on the second Tuesday,
the ihh day of August, fit 9 o'clock, A. M
The local committee have secured ac
commodations for members aud Itheir
families at .1.50 per day at the hotels.
Reduced rates on railroads have been se
cured for members and visitors attending
the meeting, as follows :
L-.t. i. V. Railroad, round trip
per mile. In order to be present ;it the
opening session, members mnst take tho
3:43 F. M. train at Goldsboroou Monday.
The meeting w ill have a social as well as
scientific feature; mcnders are therefore
cordially invited to bring their friends.
Aii excursion to Morehead City is contem
plated by the local committee. J
The meeting promises to be j one of
much interest the recent Pharmacy Act
will probably Ik? discussed an exhibition
of Pharmaceutical Preparations are ex
pected. It is desired that every reputable Drug
gist in the Statu join th association at
this meeting. I
Tho Ikst meeting was one of much
pleasure aud satisfaction to all present.
It is hoped that th"seconu will be largely
iitteued, and that each member will en-
i tleavor to contribute to the interest of tho
occasion. T. C. Smith, Scc'y.
" "W1E OF CAHDUr' make rotr vhttVa
aftJ clear oraplt'SJoni.
At Tlieo. F. KluttzV
Tiev. J. Ilumple, pastor of tho Xirit Pjxs-!
mining Intelligence. ,
T. K: EKU2JEK, MANAGKIi. j I
Keijieu. The ores at the Heinle r havo
continued, to improve concentrating ma-chiuerj-
is to be erected as soon as it can
be gotten here. '
Rojsksiax. Messrs. G. A. Waeber aud
P. W. Dutfuid, M. E. of New York I are
here examiniug the Roseman mine, elev
en miles-sontheast of Salisbury, with the
view of purchasing.
Coxsextkator. Mr. Pomeroy has
made and is successfully working a con
centrator at the Rudesal mine near Char
lotte. It concentrates all the tailings as
they i flow from the mill and does the
work remarkably well. It is considered
the best concentrator yet made. We saw
a lot of concentrates and tho sands from
which the sulphurets had been taken if
the machine can keep np that kind of
work its value is unbounded.
, The Maxwell eight miles from Char
lotte, started this week their de-sulphur-izer.
They make-clean work of it taking
their ores through all the various processes
themselves. They are down 100 feet.
Southern Belle. They are this week
pntting in 'pumps foul setting the hoists,
engines &:c. Supt. Floyd says they will
not put up any milling machinery until
they have thoroughly opened the mine.
Hoove p. IItll Gold, Randolph Coix
tv May 25th. Extracts of letters receiv
ed from rqsidehff mining eugiuiueer at
the London ofiice of tho company: pre
bins aro going up rapidly j most likely
the main framework will be got through
before the end of this week. Nearly kill
the machinery has been carried out, Ex
cept the stone breaker, and that willtbe
taken m hand next week. It is a very
heavy casting, more so than any we make
in Englaud, aud will test our light brid
ges on tho road severely. Both drifts! in
Gallimore continue to be driven in same
qnalUy f oro without any apparent
change ia nature of stone. I have decided
as soon as the repairing is completed! in
Provost, which will take until end ! of
week, to continue sinking it, and rcaich.
thereby zone below Briol's old workings;
this will be a matter of twenty to thirty
feet. Yesterday broke into hard qnai't
zite dyke in Briol's open-cast drift. This
is first point we have ascertained. Now
Gallimore aud Provost stand lifty feet
further back or more, and how far its
thickness is beyouud these pits we shall
find out by exploring; bntsould the dyke
not extend beyond these points its breadth
would bc considerable, and if we can
satisfy ourselves that the entire mass, or
a fairportion of it, -is auriferious to the
degree required for successful manipula
tion, and, s far, we have every reason to
be satisfied, then we may rest perfectly
satisfied, with what the future will bring
us. Breaking iuto this dyke, I had the
pestle and motar going all day, and if; I
can not report the quality as rich I can
honestly isay it pans fair, ami will make
a good stamp work, but it 13 too early to
speak of the quality. In another place? I
am opening up a ledge at surface, thnt
pans remarkably well. All this goes to
accumulate good stamping ore. We have
many such places, where ledges cross up
to surface, containing good ore. Our
great point is, however, to run through
the entire mass witJi the tunnel. at a reas
onable depth from surface. I let a con
tract to some local dam builders to buijd
our dam, finding their timber lor ground,
sills, ties, acd floodgate, iu all complete,
for tho sum f 700 dols. I have had the
contract open for some time back, could
not get meu to take it at my figure (.Go
dols), and not to delay the work longer
gave them their price. The Uwharrie
river runs low at present, and these men,
to take advantage, are hard at it with
forty to fifty jnen, and that in from early
sunrise to late at night; with this force,
a fortnight longer will sec it finished,
This week will complete the watercourse.
Tram road being brought down with bal
lance of surface men. In all, I can re
port with pleasure that everything is
progressing very satisfactorily. I shall
have my portable assay furnace up this
week, when I will set about assaying the
mineral from all quarters ou the prop
erty. London Mining World.
Tho Piedmont Press gives a list of
(hose who took part in the anti-prohibition
meeting iu Catawba Couuty. The
list comprises five distillers, five store
keepers, a U. S. Dep. Marshall, a bar
keeper, tho father of two storekeepers
and a chairman to preside over tho affair.
It is stated that "engergy, the enterprise,
the vigor and manhood of the State are
opposed to the temperance craze1 Thi.i
is a fine showing for the vigor and man
hood of honest old Catawba.
After years of patient aud quiet inves
tigation and experimenting, Mr. Charles
Brush, the electrician, has completed a
new invention, which he considers to bo
au ample rcwa rd for his life study and
work. He has succeeded iu perfecting
a method of storing electricity. Ho uses
for his storage reservoirs of metal plates,
so arranged that they are capable of re
ceiving a large charge of . cltrtricity and
cf holding it for an indefinite time. The
storage reservoirs vary in size, and,
may be transported from place to place,
and used as desired. They may be put
to any use of which electricity is possible.
They can bo taken about iu wagons by
day, and left at the houses of citizens,
like o mueh ice or kerosene, and used at
night. 'Each citizen may then run his
owu electric lights as he p'.eases. The
plates can be put on street cars counetrt-i
ed with tho axles, aud made to run the
cars without horses. Steam cars may be,
ultimately run in the same way. He re
cently stated that iu a given space he was
able to store double as much electricity
as Fame. Xcics t Observer.
Almost unrestricted access to the Presi-I
dent by every "Tom, Dick and Harry"
should henceforth cease, and the high
ofiice he fills be invested with the digni
ty aa well .as tho formality of the times;
of Washington, Jefferson, Madiiou aud
Monroe. ThU. Esh. Sttr, Iirji.
THE 4SS ASmA'TIQJN
OP HIGH PRICES HAS BEEN MADE AT
PRICES REDUCED 25 PER CENT CN
SUITS, SHOES, HATS AND
We are closing out our Spring and Summer
Goods in order to make room for our Winter
Stock, which will far exceed anything ever
brought to this market. You can now secure
at a Great Discount, Bargains in
SUITS, COATS VE STS , AND PANTS,
Any Way to Suit Purchasers.
Our line of Shoes is well assorted and can not
an to piease at me greatly reaucea prices.
Ladies' Sandals, Cloth Shoes and Gaiters.
GEMTS' HAND-MADE SHOES, GAITERS, TIES, L0 QUARTERS,
ALL GREATLY REDUCED.
A lot 'of Cloth Shoes, to be closed out at very low figueres. Ladies will
not fail to examine this line.
1 m . i mi
Ijurge line Dress Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, Cuffs, and Ties.
M. S. 13ROWIS3".
Tho Spanish government has issued a
decree allowing Jews to return to that
connlry, from which they were brutally
expelled and banished in 1492. The
concession has been secured by the inter
vention of an infiueutialJew at Constanti
nople, who suggested to the Spanish min
ister that his fellow-countrymen, who
were receiving such bad treatment in
Russia, Germany and eastreru Europe,
might be again received in Spain, where
they achieved such prosperity dining the
middle, ages. Sixty thousand Jewish re
fugee have am ved in Turkey, and it is
proposed to have these continue their ex
odus to Spain, tho country which for
seven centuries was the only part of Eu
rope where they' were fieo from persecu
tion and their rights were respected.
There subsequent treatment during the
fifteenth ceutury is one of the darkest
blots iu Spanish history. Xeics & Obser
ver. A Grand Reputation.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
has leached a reputation that is not lim
ited by the confines of section or country.
There are no- injurious snbstnuces, nor
false and temporary stimulants in the
preparation. It is purely vegetable, and
compounded under a formula that has
passed severe tests, aud won endorse
ments from some of the highest medical
talent in the country. X. Y. World.
WESTERN II C. ; Railroad.
Titke3 effect Monday, 3.55 o'clock A. M.f April
JL'.tKlTi. I.EiVE. STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
li a. ov.SaUfbu?y
f 4 HJa.m
rs 08 a
o 5 )
rrt Till i d creek
2 42 :
12 43 j
11 57 p.nv
loVl Fort !
'11 15 i
;10 SO i
;i 02 !
0 45 ;
S B "6 t
t S03 i
f 7 IT I
1 Cooper's !
j Vshevilie Jtt'ct
i '7 ;
5 4; i
5 i7 .
FREIGHT TELA IS.
JLRRIVT. IJUTK. STATIONS. AHRIVE. LEAVE.
S 00 A.ii. Sallshurv
5 riO Y.X. 21 A.M.
fi oo a.m.; iThtrrt Creek
: 2 3
V 1 34 !
11 31 A.M
; 0 40
: 9 C4 j
S 41 j
! 7 42
i 6 13 6 Z A .11
12 Si A.M.
6 uO P.M.
10 40 Ioard i
5 59 !
jBlk Mountala: c a
5 50 p.a. Cooper's
4 00 A.V
"TraIn3 ra:a daily, Ruml&ys cxccptwl.
NOW r S T H F. T IME TO ; SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
AND UMBRELLAS ! !
Two good Salesmen. None but expe
rienced young men of good habits need
apply. Call at once. J, F. KOSS.
A saddlo horso by the
mouth, at cheaper rates
than livery meu can afford.
500 UuslielK oF OISTOIVS
Wanted at Exxrss' Dkcg Stoke.
FRESH WATERMELLOXS, CANT
aloupes, Pineapples, and Tomatoes re
ceived dailv at J. D. McNeely's.
"Wanted. A reliable and responsible
agent for Rowan County, for Powell's
Prepared Chemicals, for making Fertili
zers at home as advertised in this paper
under "Wheat Fertilizers." Apply to the
Brown Chemical Company, Baltimore,
"LIFE INSURANCE" ffiADE CHEAP.
Table Showing Actual Cost to Members
of $4,000 Insurance for Onc
Year March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880);
First Class, aged 13 to 30 years.
. 21 25
. 25 50
. 54 00
. 63 00
45 " M
50 " 5.
3. . SScJffeelV, Ag't.
I Corrected by J. M. Kxox
Cotton good Middling?,
Dacox, couuty, hog round
Chickens per dozen
Conxi New .
Me a i. moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Flock best fani.
IF YOU WISH
Your Watches and
Clocks, Sewing Matbine8,&r,
Repaired by a good, cheap and responsible
workman please leave them with Mewr.
klntlz Si IlfnO'nian, Salisbury, N. C.
4.,:lv R. L. BROffX.
I hare reduced my stock of LAWNS,
" UKtss UUODS to and
My stock of
lllilj III f lllH in if MMWa
together with all my
, LOW SHOES,
are also put down to and below cost. If you desire anything in the way of
be sure to come soon as I mnst close them
save much by
buying from me in the
imi mm mm m wm
J. D. GASKILL.
Remember that I always keep my stock of rj00(Js
-:-not mentioned above-up to fvll standard, and Im
far have the largest stock m Salisbury
Enochville Academy !
MALE AND FEMALE.
Re-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
ous and prosperous community. The third
session will commence July the 11th, 1S81,
and continue forty weeks, divided into two
terms. The advantages of ti:is 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 tho 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 be3t families at from $6.00
to $7.00 per month. The terms for music
and tuition are very low. For particulars
address, at once, the Chairman of Trustees,
Rev. Wm. A. Lutz, or
II. M. Lkazek, Sect'y.
Enochville, Rowau Co., N. C, June 25th,
Norti Caroliia: Mim Cmuiy.
In the Superior Court, Jur.e24, 1881.
Dr. Joseph Wilkins, Plaintifl",
Jolin J. Workman, Rebecca .1. Work
man, Daniel Loftin, Mariah Loft in, and
George C. Irwin, Tiustec.
Action to recoter real e$taU.
It appearing to the Eatifuction of the
Court, bv the Sheriff's returns, and the af
fidavit of Plaintiff, that George C. Irwin, J
one of the Defendants in the above entitled
action,-is a non-resident ol this State and is
a necessary party to the final determination
of this actiau in reference to real estate in
this State :
It is therefore ordered jiy the Court, that
publication be made r.nce a week for six
consecutive weeks in the "Salisbury Watch
man," a newspaper published in the town,
of Salisbury, notifying the said George Ce
Irwin, trustee, to appear before the Judg
of the Superior Court to be held for David
son County nt the Court-house in Lexing
ton, C. on the 1st Monday of Sept em
bcr, 1881, and answer or demur to the
complaint which will Ikj filed during first j
three days of the Term ot said Siienor
Court or judgment will be taken according
to the prayer of the complaint,
37:6w C. F. Lowe, C. S. C.
GREENSBORO, U. C.
The 31st session of this -well known In
stitution will begin on : Wednesday, 24th of
TERMS PER SESSION OF 20 WEEKS : '
Board and tuition ins fall English course,'
7o.00. Charges for extra studies moderate.
For particulars apply for Catalogue to
T. M. JONES, President.
Grfcosboro, June 24j 1891.
GRENADINES, LACE BUNTINQ3. li
all out very soon to make room for my
Oils' J Qih I Oils!
Cheaper than ever.
Lard Oil. "
lilll Lc sold lotccr than ever
, At IIXXJSV.
Fresh TURNIP SEEDS !
JUST RECEIVED !
Orange Jelly or Golden Rail,
Large White Flat Xoifulk,
White Globe, -Improved
Purple Top Strnj Leaf,
White flat'Dutch Strjp Leaf,
CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE!
Warranted to cure every time
ICgivcu in time, or nioue3' refunded..
25cts. per Sex, or three for 50cts.
Tor sale at SNKISS',
This Wonderful Improved Saw Hachlna
b warranted to w tw-foot l(C 1 Ihrrc win
mi, va mm n cori or lor ot knr in a Any
than two nam ebop or u the o!d wtj. JBireru
jFYirataer n tvrnthwrmtmr mrm nt.
Ua Street, UafhnaCa
To make Title to Land, and LalreT ard
For Sale at this OfScv.
CooS Slaves' ot all Mxes and Mj ltM r4?. 3Ts on
hid at lowest prk-w. ?rMk a spttlsity cf the
ACORN COOK STOVES, the best In tt
world. A tfrsi-chi stock ot Tla sma Ciiuto
TiH ASD COPPER SMjTHING.
All klndj ot lUrtise-Porting' and GuttcriEdccc ca
siort imjcIci1 ana in ttie ix sv btrlc.
kf p lOiint iatly oa hanJ eoropteU mo 1: of
fihort-Tiii. Hheet-lron ani hPU-'. oir. l. h
Per ?oj u-jp " ' M:: c.t