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THURSDAY. - APRIL G, Ll62.
T.lv, BBENER MANAGES.
From ami after the 1st day of Jannnrr, J
tJ tl.fi subscription prteo of the IValch-,
ma,MYill be a? follow : .
One rear paid iu advance, .
nimR.it; delated 3 months, 2.00
They are taking oat some 'good mil
pliarct ore from the .Ward mine'iu David
son County.., . j. .. .L,t' o..-
pay ment delv ed Vj months 2.50
Theo. Buerbaum k painting his
hi3 stock is bright and fresh.
Read J. D. Gaskiira fresh advertise
ment. Alspivlnttz & Rendlenian'a and
Jones, McCulibius & Co'.' J
, j ' ' . .i o- " j - . I
nr. G. V Bagby. t Moses. Adams) one
0f the editor of the Richmond State, has
ln in the city several uays.
rr J. B. Davis, of Mtl Pleasant, occa
pied the polpit of St. John's Latheran
church, last Sunday morning and night.
Thos. Yanderford and G. II. Shaver
have opened: a Livery Stablej on Lee
Street, between Innis and Council.
'Oar merchants now have their Spring
and Saipmer goods displayed ear stores
are all well kept and the new Spring
goodi are very attractive. -
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The Amateuwf have been so much
hindered in their rehearsals as to compel
them to postpone their entertainment.
Proper announcement will be made.
Mr. J. F. lloss! has received an excep
tionally fine stock "of dress goods this
Spring. He says he'will speak of them
next week in a new ad.
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The free balloon aseeusion announced
for Saturday didnot take place. The wind
was tooJiigh. The sideshow, iu connec
tion with it drew, considering that the
7 - , , ,-rs
chief attraction was an
ed on an Accordion.
jAlbiuo who play-
Betteu Cake. Persons hitching horses
to racks and fences in town shonld take
better care of loose nionertr. "Wo have!
heard of two couutrymen who lost leath
er lines by leaving them about their wag
ons. " .' - - j - ' .' ' . '. .
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There was considerable! stir 4n the
streets Saturday. A portion of thexrowd
was attracted no doubt by the announce-'
meut that there was to be ai balloon as-j
cension j bat the balloonist gave oat the
a Zi .fit.. tt i..a :
tended to go up hanging to ickjtt CountJ fop of gold! ore from
bottom of his balloon, by his hands-a the tSteel aDd; t Wade ; miDjs of tbat
fool-hardy trick at which men often fall ,onntv. AUn fnP ftnm,.nai f mi
ow r iwsfc,,iCT:iuuiuS pw'r onnrtx from 4m own nlnirA llTnf
iy 01 ever gaiu onug or Bcrviug ou me relicj of .tone n. tofret ier with
Mr. J A. Suyder lias received a hoist
ing engine for the revr ;JJiscoveryT'
mine. It will be pat to work soon.
i I some others not yet classified.
; Tlie.sclrobl teacher should be a matt of
integrity; honest in all his dealings, and
of such character as. to set .a woithy ex
ample for the young who are to be train
i .'!',:-.'' : : o ;
P eh sos a l. Mrs. Yonug and Mrs. Al
lison of Goucofd, were visiting their broth
er, Kerr Craige, Esq., tliis4reeki.
-Miss Brown , has returned from Char
leston, S. Ci, .where she has been visiting
Miss Witt the edituress of "Boys and
Girl" vf , Atlanta, called yesterday. Sh&
i canvassing this part of the State in the
interest of her paper, and vuitod busi
ness places hero yosterdar oi I hat frra .d.
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The IstEKioitCoUKT has been in ses-
eion all week nud will not probably finis!
up the business requiring attention. The
docket was large tobegiu with, and other
iudictmeuts! 'have been found by the
Grand Juryf "A number of cases will re
mlt iu scuding men to the penitentiary.
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Capi. H. P. Jones, who was stricken
with (paralysis in this , city a few days
ngo, was taken - to his home, Rock Hill,
.8. CV.lastj ! Tuesday, by his father, Col.
Cad. Jones.; Tho Doctors speak favora
bly of his chances for recovery.
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Revesue Seizuue. U. S. Officers, Ed.
fius8cll atid Moses Arey captured a
wagon and; two men on the Gold Hill
road: last Monday night, j They had two
barrels of jvhiskey and six boxes of to
bacco.. They have given so many names
that the officers cannot sa who, they
Georsre R. McNeil. Sunt, of nublic in
struction of this county and a commit- uau ixilu-uoiu anu copper mine,
tee of four other rentlemeu.nnneared Davidson Co. At this mine -they wjll
before the County Commissioners with Rtart P th twenty stamp mill this week.
resolutions in favor of i e-districting the 1 heJ nave oat uiree or ioar .wioasana
xsountv. Tho Board asked. Mr. McNeil: wum. Vl uu",us ,"D ttUU " "f uw w
A. W. Kluttz and Col.llouck to get np a P6' iney.naveerecteu omeuers ior
plan to be presented at next Com mission- ring mis copper ore auu w. i boou
rB mooi:n fnr qdnnf inn nr- f-aiantikn Tf f 1)U( IUCIU 1U OUUlill.lUU. XIIO 1UIUU IS IWft-
to i. .i. iii. sz..... ma weu ami oius iair 10 oe oue oi me
a uciigicu iu iu iui Liio uca u iuldiisv vi i
education in this county that this be Permanent ones of Ue State,
inn: . - , - " ! -! :i- 1 .:.r
- At the Winslow Gold mine near Ash-
Attempted Robbeuy. There' was an boro : The new ten stamp mill has been
unsuccessful attempt at robbery in this in operation" for ten days nnderjthe man-
place Sunday night. Mr. Ed. Shavers agemenf of Capt. J, L. Yountz, and we
office was broken into and; an attempt I learn from that gentleman that the result
made to force open his, iroir safe.' TIte ofthis first run was efghten.ozs.;tl8) of
combination pi a teethe knobs and hinges gold This inine and millis operated at
were all broken off, and one; single; blow I an expense not exceeding oO- per week
with an axe, or other heavy tool, deliver- The company own 125 acres of laud. Mr.
t j t mi L 11 51 .1 a" I a r ft j. a.
ea on me top oi it. l uese an iuiieu to iu iu AieeKer is uie onpennteuuent. it
open the door, and the thieves then I is said that they have about 100 tons of
bronght in a board 'and ruh under the ore out, ready to mill. ' -safe
for the purpose of carrying it off eri- , mt '
fire ; but it proved to be tojo heavy forJ We are indebted to Mr. T. U Hulbert,
their strength. They must have been at ME4 for the following items of miuing
work a considerable time.! Thev! used news he has just returned from a tour
plenty of lkrht (three candles), and ex-I of some of the mines in this section, and
amiued every place in the joffice which I is pleased with what ho saw.
seemed likely to contain anything yalua- The neW assay office at the Dunn's
ble. The safe was left in a j badly dam- Mountain mine is fast growing to comple-
aged if not ruined condition the . owner I tion. It is a model little structure,
himself could not open it, jaud had tbTl2x24 feet, divided into three com part-
call in a safe-lock assistant. ! r
O f i
The Raleigh News-Observer says, that
the Greensboro Patriot sayk, that some
body else says, that Capt. Price is writing
fer the Examiner. This is about on a par
with a lie started here, and published in
tlie News and Observer, some weeks
since, to tne euecc tnat, uapt. l'rjce auu
Dr. Mott were closeted together j ail one
Saturday and the foliowiug Sunday.
We .do not know what the Examiner
;Ku:ks Mills, N. C Mar. 28th, '82.
Mr. Watchman:, w ' ''
This healthvi section is now visited
with sickness and death. :v
The school at tho MineTl Spring-Jiura-
bered tG.- XThe measles got among them.
and scared them .very much, reducing the
attendance considerably. :' '- .7-,
Two of . Mr. James F. Kirk's J children
died within the last two weeks. r 7- -
A little son of George Ingram's died on
the 2Cth inst. - - r
Mr. Daniel S pence died on the 26th of
i. t -i.i .:i:
lUarcn. lie was a uiguiy respecter utiuu ,
and Stanly raoarns the loss of ' one of her
best men. lie was iu Ins seyenty-nttu
year. ' i Fvr , "rft ::;
There is some grumbling about' the
irregularity 61 the n atchman. ;
Please publish this, and I will do bet
ter in my next.-;: Little Joiinxie.
F We bee to inform little Johnnie that
the irregularity exist in - the jnail. and
and not iu the Watchman. . Our paper
is mailed regularly every Thursday even
ing.-Ed. ; :;. VHL :
ments. The furnace room is fitted up with
a llibbs Furnace and all necessary appa
ratus. Scale room, and a general office.
Mr; T. F. Wallace, who has much expe
rience is to preside in this department.
Dutch Creek mine is again at work-
owing to absence of the management
during the last three weeks, a temporary
delay was caused. Everything
will be in
working order by4thelast of this week,
when the mill will start to work. Thev
means by: "this is about oij a par with a haTe a bi-disnlav underground in the
ue siaueu nere, kc., ' unies ne reiers to w - . of $2o ore and lots of it.
a local wmcu appeareu in tne watchman
oi jr en. letn to tne eaect tnat rn.ee anu Montgomery County as a Placer dis
mou were closeted Saturday ana bunuay trict bids fair to-excell all counties in the
at the Bovdeu House. The addition of
"all' belongs to the Examiner. To show
what kind of a lie was started, we will
state that the publication was simply re
producing a common rumpr, a matter
frequently spoken of in our presence on
the streets of Salisbury, and commonly
credited as true. An examination of the
register m the Boyden House shows
that Dr. Mott was here at the time men- Tt 9 reported from good authority that
tioned, and that he occupied; room ."No 2." ti,e Bullion mine is to, reesume opera
The register also shows that "Maj. Price" tions'under the management of capita-'
I saw several very fine nuggets of free
cold, varying from 5 to 57 dwts. and a
large! amount of very coarse, gold recently
taken from one of the brauch beds bj
rocker washing. This county is in the
dark as yet, but the influx of capital is
changing the situation very rapidly.
GOLD, SILVER. AND COPPEB
Affiays made of the above ores at low
charged. Apply to ' ' ASSAYjEB,
'ZS:'Zmj Gold Uill Mineslf .
- MNNUAL meeting
North (State Mining Co. !
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the North State Mining Company will be
held at the Omce ot the Company. in Balis
bury,Jorth Carolina, on AVednesday, March
15th, at 2 o'clock r. M.
i EDWIN H. MULFORD,
SALISBURY MARCH 15th 1882.
The above meeting was adjourned to the
19th of April 1882, at the same hour and
place. ! It. Eaues, Jr., Assis;t Sec.
A. J. RIG BY, C. B.
1. G. MCKPOr, K. M.
RIGBY & MURPHY,
MioiDi and ConstractiDir EBiineers,
!78and 80 Bboapway. ,
Room 49, NEW YORK.
Examine nd report upon Mine?. -
Make Working Plans and Specifications
lor the construction of sold and silver jWulf. I
or will enter into Contracts for the erection of
Mininz Machinery and supplies purchased
at lowest prices and prompt attention given j
Or address JOHN RKJBY,
49:9ra:pd Hian PoiNTi N. C.
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WANTED. A good milch cow: Apply
to If. GJ Tyson, corner Church and Innis
Street. ! It.
Fishing tackle, Fishing hooks, Mar
bles, Base Balls, Crqnet Sets $i.C0 to
1.05, Corned Beef, Oat meal... Cracked
Wheat. French Prune?, Boston Bilked
Beans. Tiieo. Bcerbaum.
Ilistory of llownn County,
BY KET J. KCMFLk
was at the hotel on Suuday and that he
was register with, and dined with "No 2.'
If there had been a misstatement, a
word from Capt. Price would have pro
duced the proper correction !; and if Capt.
Price will state now that his business on
that occasion was in no way political, we
will make the proper apology j and ac
knowledge that the publication of a com
mon rumor, backed by the hotel record,
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did both an injustice. 1
lists, at a very early day. jit is well
equipped "witl machinery and ought,
with good management coinc to the front
as a paying mine. j
enrj5ri8e the Commission, and we may
xpectvto hear from them 'soon. There
can be no doubt of their being well pleas
ed wiflrthef work, and the rapiditv with
- winciijit is being doue. They-co
Ctife ten miles of new road. .
Gold Kuob. :
Mr. F. H. Williams, the owner of the
mine is making soine very fine develop
ments on tlie property. During the last
10 days a force 'of 12 hands have been
driving an open cross cut, in the north
west corner of the property and have cut
a fine vein of sulphurets, brown ore and
quartz, containing considerable free gold.
This, at a depth of only 8 feet from sur-
f ace--the vein has not yet been fully ex
DlorcdTh width The ore is very cood
nursed, and took care of him until the 17th innt ;nn einff nn,i
Wlfile that hn hmlno nnn. On fh 17H. Pay- Tbe working night and day
he started for Wrichtsville. the nlace he is a five stamp battery, with double
had formerly worked at, saving he wonld j apron and copper plates ; buddle and
senu me a part ot it tram there and that rocker. Has rock breaker attached all
After he left I found a letter from his fa- treats aboat 6 tous of ore l;lJ ver
ther that the said VV. D-Barrinirer had acincr about $6 : per ton, of free milling
' with droppedsayiug he had enclosed his son 6re. ,The prospects for this property- are
to re- "Potty-five dollars," which said W. D. flatterin,, '
lw " Ti nrrino-oi-i.o.i ; i.s- nattering. .
AtlantIjC Hotel, ;
Littler6ck,.Ark., Jan. 21, 1 882.
To all whom it may concern i. -1
Know, that on the 10th day of Novera-
hV liist 1R31 nno W Tt M,yrraV nmA
Uev; Jar ?is, Senator Vance, Treasurer to mv hotel sick. I irave him a mom and
onii, iet. W. r. Roberts, Wm. Ander
ion, ljH. Battle, Jr., Maj. Leach, A. B.
Aodres, Joleph Thomas; and W. A. Lusk,
weati.up jhe Western N. C. Railroad
Wednesday" morning. -These gentlemen
s of this interesting book may be
T.'.F. Kluttz, Theo. Bueraum, I
or at the Watchman Office.
: Rowan TSjacueues Association. The
T&e next nfeetiug will be held at Enoch-
vine on 3fl Saturday in April at 10
o'cloek A: M. - - !
Barringer hadjn his pocket at the time
ne made these statements to me. and ad
vising his son to be cautiouslf he "sUpeiT1
on, wnicu l supposed the son had inform
ed him he intended to do. jl oali the at
teutlon ot the public to this letter, which
I publish as a warning to all, as to father
I refer to Hon. C. .E. Hoover. Hon. O.
1st Topfc for.diseussion: Is it practicable
w grade opr County schools, and if , so, 6ippi ; Wm. Oliver, Secretary and Treas.
R. Singleton, Congressmen from Missis- Irailroid
117. VI'.' i ,i n, 1 VV
v Biff Strike of Iron.
Chattanooga, April 3. The Cranberry
Iron 'company hiave discovered on their
property in Mitchell county, N. C, two
veins of the finest m ague tic ore, one of
18 feet and the otlier 34 feet.i Thev have
tunneled through the veins in building a
MATTRESS &BB00M FACTORY!
NATIONAL HOTEL BUILDING,
j SALISBURY, N. C. ,
I am now manufactur-lnsr Mattresses cheaper than
ever known betorei fgr Prices, $3.50r Hjuo, $4.60
4.0s $6M and $7.00, according to fcle, quality ol
tlcklnc and nillnir.
pillows, Bolsters, Tlcklnf? for same, and Feather I
Ticks made to order. Feathers furnished, or cbang-1
ed from old ticks to new. .
Old Mattresses Repaired.
. Measure of bedstead must be sent with order,
also size of olllows desired.
Conildential prices for Mattresses to wholesale
aeaiers. uorret?ponancw HuucLteu.
Broom corn will be made up on shares, or for
money. ' ;
For information call at Dinning Room, National
Dotel, or address jtu. WATSON.
Refer to any of the business men of Salisbury.
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All the title of representative of II. Layer-1
ty, deceased, derived under assigpmentof Os
car Willi. aud Kemp 1. Willis, to the follow-
ing property: - r '
Tract of land upon the Crackford, York !
District, South Carolina, known ,aa "Brown's
Mil In." Also, several tracts in Burke Co.,N.
U., npon Broad River and elsewhere, compris
ing, 12 or more entries and patent of 640jtcres
each. , Also, tract on Broad River, known Jas
the -Nichols Gold Vein Mine,"' '
Address W . J . M KliKl H & LU.,
21:1m P.O. Box 3668r New York City.
Therej is much rejoicing among
what t..t- I.-. i.Tf.s' rr 'ZZ'.r iron meu as n lusures to-uuattanooga a
. uci lucuiou ui ; uoing iiTt Aiississippi iims, lessen, aiiss., it. jbr. I mineral district with
auers, ji;'. Moser and R. G. Kizer, x.ottiug, Aieinpuis, Aenn,,; as to wnof i 8teei making ore
How ; can a more ireneral
Wterest in our public schools be aroused!
X4ays, Sfl. Shinn and J. H.Mcknzie. Dear son
Saulsbuv, CVDec. 9, 1881.
bPecid address bv Rev. John Lutz. All I Yours at hand aud I wasi sorry to here i
the teachers of the County are earnestlv ?ou waa in sach a bad condistion though reported to have made a sing
reouested tl) bo present as the officers UiiWa8,f "IT .tl-Pthis leaved conditional .on Uie success jbf
fbrtl,ftf. V , ; .,i?mfetr8 allwell and-doing-well your sister Auyrocess for the. manufacture
The, Korth State Mining Company is
gle cou tract
for tli mi, i t , uuiLumug wen yout sister auj a process tor tlis. manutacture of steel
. -i lUe nel term will be elected, also the get married the 15th of tin-mouth to Mr. (which has been tested, with the Wt
instructors ?for the Teachers Iustitute. Phillips I wish you cond get home bj-tliat suits on a moderate scalel. bv which the
time I send you a money order for $45iX) company will net $500,000. They have
becarefnll if you try to slin that thev I
. ' .r! " " ; I f dont find it out and stop yiou I will close And magnetite iron ores to draw upon,
Latixo JJorxeii Stone, and a Jug hoPe to 6ee J"ou soon your as every till having acquired in fee. simple or by long
KAKixoiU-gt. Matthew's Lutherin Deat" J. V. Barringeu. leases, with i the right of purchase at the
cb, tei niilesHout on tWf Brimrla , Jnows nothtng of this till I go expira ion t hereof all the best iron
ri-rv ' w-ih. j i, . !-, I "UUHTi gu juuvjcitcr in is morning ana
-erry road is to have a in." Hat. on I i ue. -:t :
T- - , i . -- --. , " 1 KIIU UIO UiUUCJ UC1UIU 1 ICUVO tUWII.
--WttJ iwrx,a8wr. i ne larce, nanu-
wme frame of jthe church has been erec
M b7 MrAugustus Graeber. The corn
er stone will be laid ou Tuesday the 11th
In . 1 . ....
mio sumo uav tiiero "win no n
miues in .North Carolina. In connection
with their railroad privileges, the future
of the eompany looks very bright.
Daily Stock Jiepart, April '3rd.
Senator Williams, oLKeiitucky. propo
ses to give great Britain a dose of her own
medicine. . Restrictions, which very se-
I rious retarded pur cattle trade, have been
fiTPfl nnnn lmnni-tnfiAiiB IkAfli irvPnvlnn
JUK DrejllMlirf anrl t.i :il t.. .1!. ; .1 1
. 7 wiu uc ui- u v .mu., placing ouq ueaiers; at a TltfthA RAv l?: T. TtwwH f hA .t
"tutited. There will bo several ministers great disadvantage iu competition with A " Z' ' "f .
Present. ; the mstiir f ?? Mnti.i. the stock risers of those countries. On ?cenc of Geo. Peeler, on tho 30th of
fiev. TV " fef' thel ortierlutnd, importers Canadian J fcch8S2, Jdr.' Jesse, f . Wtthelm to
-V 'ni . wwinuj invnes cattle' are driving a largei trade in the f r?WBUa iiomas, ooiu oi i-roviueuce
Uuited Stales, unincumbei-ed f bv -snch wwusinp. ;
discriminations as operate! against onr
own traders; Senator Williams suggests
a. retaliatory lawthat will prohibit the
importation of Canadian cattle until these
. 1 .v-v'i, VUlUliHIJf IU
e public generally to be presents
Tcr be btuous. . . : i n
" vi- AnTlito F. K:ultz'a.
"WINE OF CARDUir
ful, or difficult naenstru a tion.
! green, per bus ,
! dried, per lb...,
; hog round, ....i...
Low Midllng, 10
i stained, , 8
Corn new.......... W
i Meal, IOC
Chickens, .... 14
Lard!.. ....... ....... 13
Potatoes Irish...... 80
I do sweet....... so
Wholesale. ' ;: a or ? Retail.
73 fl.OO ,1.09 a $1.25
10 H .
IS NOW IN STORE AND WE ARE PLEASED TO SAY
:Z:r':Z::ZZ v ' " ;;' t V "-'-v: .f Hi
THE MOS T- C O M P Lj E f E
To be found in pur City.
Everything selected with care and nothing
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bought that is not of Style.
We have in business two 'objects in
1st, To IPlease Our Oustomers.
2nd, To Please Ourselves.
CD ' 2
J. D. GASKILL
MORE Y.&l SPJE
3 GOLD & SHYER GRINDING & AMALGAMATING MACHTNIBY
r it v
HOWLAHD'S PULVEBIZEE taiss tlie.placa of the cambssrssma StakpJ 151-
abu can do put up in one aay reaay yor w ..j r ..,
IT HAS BEEN FULLY PROVED ft TESTED- ! f '
It weighs complete T.ooo pounds. It coBts i bm ta
the neit. will crush one ton per hour of hart quartz that will jr
pass through a 40-neEh screen. The wear Is lew than la tha
stamp miu. Its wearing parts a plain casdnes and Tcan X- i
; dropped into poslUon in a tewr momenta; as shown by letter XT '
B and C, no bolts or keys are required fit can be set unoa thS
BoorOt a mill with no expense tor foundation and can be used '
to crush and work fn charges or continuous. It win m.i-
. mat either gold or silver ores, maWne It simple.
Khun on imtTanttira mttl . a- Z . ?- .
Sltawnn Ullla VvV tZl. . . " .V ' "C
aioauoK i-ans ana neparators forOoi
id and surer
. . " r ' - wv
vrca, vuiuriuixuiK urnaces. uetorta. Bock DrUla,
ir vumpreaaora, steel Shoes and
Dies tors tamps, and erwy descftp.
tion ot Frames tor stamps; also
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With ok Withoft Bonm, Wni
oa Makuxa Bote iDjwms. -
tXT Specialty adopted UKhtingJ
wetnstmctIUllswithStamrwelshlnrfmnt50to001bB. for gold and silver ores.
wet er ry
Wareiooms U ana ti-ictiiy cireei, mewiurt.
48:ly , . - 'J
SPRING AND SUMMER-
JONES, MCCUBBINS &
ARE NOW IN FULL RECEIPT OF THEIR SPRING STOCK4
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Comprising fall lines af Beautiful md Superior Ocoda for Ladies anil Gentlemen,
- ; trxrMhpr with a anlendid assortment of staple merchandise, l z r u-
Selected with reference to the dailj recurring wants of all old and joung-FamrV
Mechanics, Artisans; Doctors, lawjers miners, c. - ,
If you aw ftdmst to marry, by all meansrcall on Jones, xlcCnomnsj Ca first,
for they hare all the pretty things for the occasion.
twp tjt Tijri a rivii VITPNTSIT TOE CELEBRATED
I I - 1 1 -Li ItUit Mlluvv w -
uOD LOUnter. bs-o- 3hl ' ss; 3 a dr wr &
Have made a Job Counter of last
: Mixing Pn(PER'r,r.P;erson$ bavin
miuing property to sell would do well to
.advertise it. Ve propose to give room
to snch notices to lie kept standing tin
der the general caption of "Mixing Prop
erties for. Sale." j
' Tho cost of such notices will be moder
ate. - : ,-.' -
Those having properties . tho value of
vhicU is not generallr known, sltould
give references, to reputable persons I Always try
known to be acquainted with suck mat
ters. This paper has a good .circulation
ninnnrr miiiimr .mn "Niirtli. nml in tlie I - t, .
.r-o :-o - ---Jior wnat ou want.
State, aud cau be uf service 111 the way
the highest in analvsis. Farmers will find it to their
a 1119 V ar ww. w " w ef 3 ,
advantage to call on us. We can"give you special terms Better than. yo can get 00
Innv other standard rfuano.
JONES, McUUliI3i55 & iJU.
t3T We are still Aeents for BALDWIN'8 AMMONIATED DISSOLVED B0NE3
This Fertilizer is well known throughout this community fer its unexcelled qualities. ,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD FOR COST
AND LESS THAN COST.
These Goods roust be sold.
M. S. BROWN
ERRORS OF Yomn.
AGK5TIXK aw who snnered for years fro
Nervous Debility. Pbematcbe Decay,
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
all who need it, the recipe-and dim -lion for
making the simple remedy by winch lie was
cured. Sufferers wishing lo profit l.j the ad
vertiteri experience can do so by addreii;g in
perfect coufider.ee. JOHN B. OO DEN,
20; y Cedar St: New York.
HONEY SATCMOM HADE
CT-Does not eTery body know that where a ma
has do bouse rent, nor store rnt. nor clerks to aire,
he can sell low? Go to J. L. WRIGHT for cheap
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JPaaxxLy- GROy rl i-sTPQ,
such ss Bacon, Lard, Sugar and Coffee. Molasses
ana syrups, r ma. caeese, iravcrB. viwun, xraiia
c., 4o. East Corner of Lee and Fisher streets
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restriction? are removed. I i - :
A At Theo. F. Klutlz's.