THURSDAY. MAY 18.1832.
' From and lifter the 1ft day of January,
18c,-the subscription price of the IFafcfc-
LdLmait will be1 a follows r
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i ?neiyear, pam iu uiuvc, vwv
41 - payment delayed 3 months, 2,00
y payment delayed 12 months 2J50
The Salisbury Rifles will "be out on
dress parad tins afternoon at 5 o'cloekr
1 New STpdss. See what Mr; Boss has
to sav concerning his stock, and then call
on him. 1 1 '' " U . . '
i The Salisbury Baud, led by the Messrs.
Neave will furnish the music for the Yad
kin j Collegef couiineuceraeut exercises
n the 25th?nst. i '
Kerj F. J Murdoch, rector of St. Lukes
Episcopal 1 Church, has returned from
arborOj Xfc., . where he has been spend
ing some time. 1
U; The wolkon theYadkin River has
been resu med -and is progressing finely.
At; present the force is engaged iu build
. Ini fettles or winsr dams, to check swift
. . i , . -water.
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I We acknowledge the receipt of numer-
ous tickets from schools "and colleges to
attend 'exhibitions and - commencements.
- Some of thtse tickets are very beautiful
and costly r Thanks to them all.
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J Rev. V."R. Stickley, Lutheran pastor
of Bethel and St. Paul, finding Salisbury
about half way between his two charges.
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STBAWBEnEiES.--Dr," Dorsett, ,of, this
place excells in the cultivation of this
ruit.JIe has thirty, jrarieties and .is
testing their relative merits He is pre
paring to furnish sets this fall, so that
In this County, May 14th, 1882, by
Bev. Sara'1'. Roth rock, at ais residence?,
Dunn's Mountains mine shipped 1800 Mr. John D. M. Godoman and STtaXaaral
u., daughter ot Matthias stikeieather Esq.
In Ebenezer churoh. May 10th, by. Bar.
W. Kimball, Mr. II. Bittle Kimball and
Miss Bettie R. Patterson.
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T a.. I 11 a. l I. .11
i i -. -tr as l. . . " v:. . . ' ii.. 1 uy me. ware, m oi. f ui cuurea u
aener generally, ana aeservesrcaw vicMiw iweresieu ,n iub. ucmu. . 7 o'clock, P. M.J Mr. P. B. Misenheimer
i - ! . - a if : : 1 1 1 1 : . .t it v:mk.ii ''. : .
any one deshingi to procure them need penny weigths of gold, last clean up
not send awayfor them, as all tue, uest
nbwn varieties are to be found in las V Messrs. G. A. Waeber, and P. VV . JUuf-
plats.' The Doctor is an excellent gar- field; of. New York, are here. Tiiey are
for having made so many good, and valu- J Bendleman mine.
able things grow, wnere pniy a lew years
ago were gapping gullies ana weeas. hi Speciixicns
xs anotuer eviaence oi wnai. wouuws iu- ; nr i;f minp.in t.l.u Hnnntv.
t . - i . I - rMV W h - ., - w y
telligent industry ana ; perseverance can
achieve in the cultivation of the soil.
ble for the production of large strawber- ,rB1,7 w:"
... J i llected for nermanent exhibit. It is very
ne. VT. ijorsett sent us, cuts wee, a . t... . x .
. - . . .l . I little j trouuie tor eacn owner w unug
oc extraordinary m sue, some "of them I k t ... v. , , r. . . ..
measuring 4 incues in tiiameter. Ana : , - t " Hons and full particulars cheerfully given.
.f.l,r M VVi1Ha. Smith inf TvkA " wouiucostnot ,WlWnjWUoUuuu1Bu - . , ,ir - ,
uoiiars vw , iua&a i suuijjww.vvjicvmwu - , i i m tr
'will here.ytcr make his residence iu this
town. life is boardinc with MrsC.
Grahani. 1 1
",Mr. A. W. White, a licenciate of the
Presbyterian church, filled the pulpit of
BevlJ. "Rumple last Sunday. He is
pleasant talker, and has the power of
holding his hearers; His prospects for
usefulnesses very flattering.
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DEDibXfiox. The new Baptist church
(on the corner of Church and Counci
streets,) will be dedicated on next Sun
day. May 2lst. The services will be of a
solemn and interesting character.
Rock h)LE is the name of a new post
office rclently" established in Stauly
County. Mr. G. W. Crowell, is the post
master. He is a nrompt business man
; and is a god selection for P. M.
T.K. BRlTfKR MANAGER.
recently p ublished in the Watchman,
only two, DunnV' Mountain and G. M.
present I Barrringer, 4 ha ve responded 5with speci-
meuBoi uicir urea. m& wcvceoaij
- SEVERAL GOOD
UNING j PROPERTIES
In the vicinity of Gold Knob. Dcscrip-
Township, had in for sale a splendid lot,
some of them equal in size to Doctor D's.
Ordinarily the old field strawberries are
ess acid than th$ cultivated, but it is nqt
so this year but just the reverse.
of ores of . this county, if one
aal had to do it. 1 We cannot incur
this expenditure, especially when the
benefits must accrue to the owners of the
property and not to the individual mak-
inff tne collection, we nave tnea ic
I our experience in getting up the display
for Atlanta taught lus a lesson. But it
T. K. BRUNEB,
I i Watchmas Omc' Salisbury.
May 10, '82. . f : ' .' !".' " tf i
N0RTH STATE MINING C0MPNYI
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Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting
of the Board of directors, held on the Hurra
The meetinecrf the Board of Trustees
of Zion Wesley Institute, which met at
Concrod. April 7th, appointed a commit
tee with Bishop Hood as chairman, to so-1 mar.be easilv 'dona v bv the owners, as
lect a suitable site at Salisbury, N. C, auiniested above, ahd we urge them to da7 f MaJ 1882t a assessmtiit (No. 2) of
for the location of Zion Wesley institute. , . . BDecimena to thia office and we One ($1.00) Dollar per share ras levied p-
ine committee, alter maKiiig ciose in- . .,. I B- on the Canital Stock of the coroorationL
spectibn of. the available .sites, selected iwir.wjflwj w ui owui - . , jn . . , . ,.r
one of the most beautiful places in West- department in Ealeigh. I . - , paj able immediately n current funds to the
ern North Carolina, known as the Brad-
shaw or Gray place, containing forty acres
11 .1 1 . I. 2 11 . A. 1 M .1
01 laou, on wuicu is a uinguiuceuii uuiiu
inr erected in 1868 at a cost of I four thotf-
sand dollars. Siar of Zion. 1 -
It may also be mentioned that through
the individual attention of the Mayor, a
subscription of $1,085 was raised to pro
mote the noble enterprise of the colored
people to provide for their youth the ad
vantages of collegiate education.
MINERAL WEALTH OF
A Correction in the Programme.
The; programme which was1 arranged
for the Observer yesterday morning was
quite sure that if capitalists abroad were
apprized of the hidden wealth of this
section, there would be a gathering of
them in a short time. Our want of com-
a very long one, and in writing it. up one 1 , ... . from
or two omissions were made. In the list ti,e gl.cat centres of trade and capital as
of the military, the following companies I China or Alaska. Gold has been found in
were overlooked: Southern 1 Stars, of the northern, eastern and western sec-
Lincointou,-Salisbury Rifle! ; Iredell tiona of Montgomery. El A Dorado town-
i - J. . . - , t. U t, T,.a ship is situated between tbe ladkin and
Blues, of Statesville, and the Polk Rifles TTwharl.io rivers and has been kn.wn a
ofPincville. Theser companies are all toTa gold producing section far three quar-
be here and the absence of their names ters of a century or more, i The lieaver-
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i -Flaggtowk, K. C. May 13th, '82i
T. K. Bruner, Esq. - j j
- Dear Sib : Your circular requesting in
formation concerning the mines of Mont
gomery County is to hand. I regret that
l cannot give you an elaborate history Jm v iftao ;w;n forfeited to the comm.
and description of the mines, as I am L. thor ?f h nil nrprimw nvmnt.
according to the charter. By order of the
Board of Directors. ; i i
Secretary, at the office of the. Company in.
Salisbury, North Carolina, the Branch Of-
ffice, 52 BroadwayNewYorkity, or at the
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY,
1 65, Broadway, New York City.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the Ninth day of
June, 1882, will'be delinquent and will be
advertised as delinquent, and unless pay
ment is mad, together with cost of adver
tising, before Saturday, the. First day of
EDWIN H. MULORD, Sec.
in the programme yesterday was an acci
dental omission. Charlotte Observer.
The residende on the corner of Church
and Bani streets, recently "vacated by
Mr. A. (jg. f llaly burton,' lias been pur
chased bithe Methodist Church of this
place as ajparsouage. -
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' A; Parker has built an addition to his
' store of 8(Wue 10 or 12 feet ill length, aud
1 has addel another story on the rear o
the builuiug. This arrangement wil
.Enable 'hidi; to bring his bakery under the
'same roofi witln the store, and. afford'
f ainple r!in for" a resEa'urantr-whicli he
.conteniplatvs running for the convenience
;f .-v';jr"'" ; O-
i C, E. f i 11a has moved his saloon to the
room forinerly occupied by Mr. Lanier.
He has Ituilt an 1 addition a large bril-
iiard haflr-tho whole .arrangement re
' mhdeled ftnd fittid up in the most hand-
f f -
- The Pltiloiuatheuu Literary" Society of
the Catawba High School have issued
- handsom iuvitutiou9 to. their annual
-celebration! ou the 22nd and 2hd of Mav.
Mill Bridge, N. C, May 11th, '82.
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The following is a Minote adopted by
the Deacons of Thyatira church :
Whereas the Master in his all-wise
Providence, has removed from us our
late brother and" co-laborer, J. C. Gilles
Iie, we deem it nteet to offer the follow
ing tribute of respect: -j
Ee8olved, That while we bow with rev-
erent submission to the will of Him who
doeth all thiugs well, yet we mourn the
loss, to the church and to ourselves, sus--tained
by the death of our brother.
Resolved. That not only has the church
lost a loved and useful member, but so
ciety lias lost oue of its best citizens, and
a kind aud provident son and brother is
is lost; to Inn family. ;
liesolved, That we tender our sympathy
to the bereaved family, and pray that the
God of all comfort may comfort them, aud
that His all-sufficient grace may unite
them to Himself,
'Eesblved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the family of our brother
and that one be sent to Jtlie Carolina
Watchman, with the request to publish,
j J. F. Carhigax, 1 !
i W. A. Lingle, V Deacons
I P. IL Albright, S
Sermon ly Rev. A.
by Gov. jlarvis.
(Sunday School picnic postponed Tho
picuic ofthe Methodistaud Presbyterian
Sunday sthool, which was to have taken
place, yesterday, has been postponed on
aecount f the weather uutil Thursday
next, the25th Hist.
; f; lfugo ptreparations are being made in
ChiulottfJor the celebration of the 107th
Auniveraty of the Mecklenburg Declara
tiou. Agfeat many of - our citizens will
L' a. .'' a . At ' mi
"be present to witness the exercises. The
Resj ale going down, feeling confident
.of theirabilit'N to do credit to them
selves anil the city they represent. .
To the Press of North Carolina.
dam mines have yielded j thousands of
pennyweights of the yellow metal. The
late Thomas J. Forney took out sixty
five thousand penny weights from Beaver
dam after old miners had quit work.
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LIST OF MINERAL LANDS.
H Davis, mining properties on tribu
taries of Beaverdam. I 1
Col Jno F Cotton owus :the lower por
tion of Beaverdam, which is a large lake
from 3 to 15 feet deep. This lake is the
great receptacle of j the washings from
above, and is supposed to be very valua
ble P. O. Flaggtown. j
Davis' Bu88ell Attnc Thayer," Hearne
6c Co., Eldorado, N. C.
Crump Mine Troy and North Carolina
EliCpqgini Mine Geo M Henderson,
Eldorado, N. C. j
S F Russell, Sen.i and D J II Reeves
the heirs at law of James Elliot aud Jesse
Reeves, own gold mining; properties on
Beaverdam. 1 I t
.Luke Black mer, Esq., owns the Parsons
Harris (recently sold) and the David
Hearne mine, and several other poiuts
kuown to be gold bearing.
Waisiner Mine David Spruce, Kirks
Mills. i :
James W Reeves owus tniueral proper
ty adjoining the above. !
Orandmam Jine-rS J Pemberton aud
Bettie Hearne Mine Geo B Coeciu.
I have several sets of Granite Gold Grin
ders on hand which I will sell on reasona
ble terms. '
I also furnish GRANITE KILL STONES
and will deliver them at the Railroad De
pot, if desired E. E. Phillips', j
Salisbury, N. C.
GOLD, SILVER, AND C0PPEE
Assays made of
charge. Apply to
the above lores at low
Gold Hill Mines, N.C.
A. J. RIGBY, C. K. J.Q. MURPHY, X. .
RIGBY & MTJRPHTT, fi
lining and Ccnstractini Ecpeers,
78 AND 80
t HEW YORK.
Examine and report upon Mines. i
, Make Working Plana and Specifications
for the construction of gold and silver Mills,
or will enter into Contracts for the erection of
Mining Machinery and supplies purchased
at lowest prices and prompt attention given
to shipment. !;
Of address JOHN RIGBY, i
49:9m:pd ; High Point, N. C.
U. S. Maps, $2.50. ji
Blank Books, : I
Fine Note Paper,
Books, Novels, etc.,
: TnEO. BCERBAUfl.
A large Assortment of Novelties, Tys,
etc.. lust received at A. Parker's.
. . Irish and Sweet Potatoes, just received
at A. Parker?.
New No. 3 Fat Mackerel to arrive at I
Branson'H Bnsiuess Directory, sixth
edition, is now iu the course of prepara
tion. The first editiou was published
about sixteen years ago. The Directory j El Dorado.
willbethelarge8t,fullestandniostaccurate Coggin Mine B F Coggin, El Dorado,
of atjiy yet published, and will contain Lethe Coggin Mine heirs at law of
the population of each county, county Burrel Coggiu John F.,Cotton, Flags
officers. Courts, town officers! magistrates, town. :
.Tmrnhoa iioU.i.x.r.M w.ft!.. I p: p...u in.,. nui.- rt I STOIiKN. -I had stolen from i ray
i. 4 V M.-J. ' . . . , , . fa ' counter last Saturday a pair of Gold
me.cmuiu, auu irauesmeu,j minisiers, uienorooK. Bracelets, about i of an inch broad, with
mines, mills, newspapers, S physicians, Palmer Mine Contiguous to Russell small chain. Block figured on top side. I
postoffices, schools, local coi-notation 8. J mine- Zeb Russell. Glenbrook. also oth- will cive $10 reward for tlie Bracelets
nrnmi n An h fnrniAM Koai lua mhMi ni. mtnSnn and any information in regard to the
m-r m m-mm m w u mm M mm m. mmm M. A ; Jiia UUIl m mmmm, m I ti m. mm.m m mm H u ae m m m w m, mrnrnm. WuMW-irm iu a A m an m m mm m H mr w :
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valuable information. The North Caro- Jehu H Davis Auriferous lands, El
Una i press has heretofore kiudlv aided Dorado. ! ;
Davis Mine Dan'l A Coggin, El Do
NotwUhstanding the great care taken
by our citizens to have early vegetables,
the average farmer of Stauly and Mont
gomery counties keeps along side of us.
Mr. J.. S. Pennington of Montgomery
:cdniitjr,gaye us new potatoes, sweet
pea!; anl j beets last week they also
jCDJoy lai abundance of strawberries
wild 'the flavor being superior to some
of the fiOer sorts, '
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IFoqKtf-lOLD Coin. Mr. S. C. Ketchie
itvho resides a few' miles from town, found
astSatlrday, iu a crack of a log, in an
oiu uonse on nis place, nine pieces of
gold coitt. He did not; knOw what they
were,:nor j aught 6L their value. Briug
ing them to town, he sold one for $5.
"which- fras again sold for $3 'and again
for SlG.f The last party holding on. Tho
I others m deposited in tho Baiik, nutil he
; could '.lepu of their exact value. Five
jphesejare alike, though bearing difier
ents dasJ On one side ,they have the
; profile Of JOSEPIIUS. l.D.G. and bearing
umereni dates. Another has the profile
oi iuxNES. V.D.G., another PETRVS.
IL Di G, another IOANNES. V.D.G.
and on tht other side a cross with tlie
P10"4? ? fnT MocSigno. Vinces. The las
ono ia apueer and very antiquated look
lug toifi, and is ind?scribable, the oulv
thing d&cernabie being ; the date, 1784, or
cYrtay ipofcis as if it was the
latter. They are Spauisli coin "Porf.
e. 4tyrrx." datius from 17VG to I7fll ti,
'. goidvey pure; showing no tarnish, and
f ; v i w "o-worth nearly $80.
me in my difficult work of completing the
Directory. For past favors I return
thauks. . You can aid me greatlv in nre-
thief. ' R. M. Rosebho.
Rowan Mills, May 9th, 1882. 1 1
NOTICE GAS CONSUMERS!
paring the present editiou, and especial-
iy in reiereuce to me statistics ot your
particular counties. If yoa'jrill aid me
Ob and after the first day pf June, 1882,
ten per cent, will be added to all bills a-
Bright Mine John S Pennington, Mill- paid by the 5th of the month, and if not
i paJU Dy me iuiu iu utu wi w tuyi uu
! No deviation whatever.
please insert this card in your paper and Baltimore.
.i--fl in Tt-i T , n
oieeie jutne luiyuer roptein oc o.,
give mo such other help as you may Bee
proper. Send me a copy of j your paper
containing, the card. I will) place it ou
file and send you tbo Directory, as- soon
as ready, in exchange. The book will be
worth 5 per copy L.'Brakson,
; Publishers North Carolina Directory
At China Grove, Sunday evening last,
the 14th inst., Edna, infant daughter of
Rev. B. S. and Mary K. Brown, aged 1
year and 15 days. 1
' May 10th, 1882, Miss Ann ilcLaughlin,
in the eighty:fith year of her: age. j
For the pasjk four years and a half she
has been confined to her bed; and. at
times a great sufferer. But she bore tier
afflictions with christian fortitude and
cheerfulness; and now, we trust, experi-r
ences the truth of Paul's assertion, "To
die is gain." She wts for many years a
member of Back Creek Church; J.' A. R.
The Greensboro Bogle says that a fruit
dryibgestablisment on a large scale will
shortly be established in (hat city. Two
72 horse power engines arelbeinsr added
to the already immense poier necessary
fA i1finA Hl. t . c .1. 1 T If
u,,o iud matuiucrj ffi tuu xviiuuieiuuu
Millsl They are, also putting in forty
w WINE OF CARDUP for Ladies only.
- i At Theo. F. KlutuV
Lyon & Co., own property adjoining
the Steele Capt Lyon, El Dorado.
Bunnel Mountain Mine Dr. Eames,
Salisbury. ; '
- CWHAHRIE TOWNSHIP.
Hog Ten Branch MintC C Wade,
Troy. . i i
J. ALLEN BROWN, Pres't.
green, per mis
rled. per lb...
rwww w w r,w aauJUbwvi w itnvn ttIIVO I ygm
cn ic teens,....
C Saanders, ffc;;;
9 3 " M
& 14 15
W . U
(4 0 1.00
1.00 1 00
IS NOW. IN STORE AND WE ARE PLEASED ,TO SAY r
M O ST C O M P L ET E
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To be found in our Oity.
Everything selected with care and nothing
bought that is not of Style.
We have in business two objects in
1st, To Please Our Customers.
2nd, To Please Ourselves.
J. D. 6ASKILL.
GOLD & SILTKR GRINDING & AMALGAMATING MACHlERTf
HOLLAND'S PULVEEIZEE takes the place of tha ennbsrsome Stamp MU1-
And can be pot up in one day eady for w 0
IT HAS BKIN FULLY PROVED & TESTED
It weighs complete 7.000 pounds. It costs $1,500 readr for i
the belt, i M III crush one ton per hour of hard quart x that wil i
pass through a 40-mesh screen. The wear Is less than In th&i
stamp mill, its wearing parts are: plain castings and can b j
I dropped into position In a few moments, as shown by letters A,
- B and C, no bolts or keys are required ; it can be set upon the
. floor of a mill with no expense for foundations, and can be used ,
to crush and work la charges or continuous. It . will amalga
mate either frold or sliver ores, making It a simple.
5 I yji Uv
JrS H Vie J
chr&n and effective mill : It rennlrea if.honw nowpr
rs, crushing Kous, Amu. ;
Gold ana- Silver
, Rock Drills.
Air Com pressors. Steel Shoes and
Stamp Mills, Rock Breakers. CrusMn
amatlDg Pans and Senaratore
res, Chlorldlzlng Furnaces. Retorts, Rock Drii:
Dies for Stamps, and every descrip-i
Uon of Frames for Stamps ; also ,
With ok WrrHtffBonsBa, Wias
oa Manilla Rors Dkcjis. j
MTAwuffn ttAttnittA tm tfinina ' 1m i
9-f ' r - . w - f
We construct Mills with Stamps weighing from MO to W0 lbs. tor gold and sliver ores, wet er Dr
Warerooms 9 and 84Libc rty Street, NewYork.
JONES, MCCUBBINS & CO.
ARE NOW IN FULL RECEIPT OF THEIR SPRING STOCK,
Comprising full lines of Beautiful and Superior Ocods for Ladies and Gentlemen
together witu a spienaia assui imtuw Bt.m " ' 2v
Selected with reference to the daily recurring wants oi i iu -
Mechanics, Artisans, lJoctors, sawyers, mmw., r
If 70U are gang to many, by all means call on Jcnes, HcGnbUns & Co. first,
for they hare all the pretty things for the occasion. ' i
Elias Hurley, Mt. Gileadi
Island Creek Mines Di F J Kron.
Albemarle. - . :
Beeves Mine Dr. John
Cedar Creelc Mine--?
Uwharrie, N. C. j
The ISam-Christian Mine placer gold, pork,"
is well known to our readers. There are
ntli'r niinp.A in tliH Pah ! Dm Tlivrnaliin. I h eat ...
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... . M $
list nowuruisuea. , ! ' Mining Property. Persona having
trot township. mining property to sell would do well to
Cotton Stone Mountain gold, siUer, advertise it; We propose to give room
copper and pyrophyllite-ijohn F Cotton, to such notices, to be kept standing I nn
Fldggtown. v 1 der the general caption of "Mining Prqt-
Jesse Smithermao owns property ad- J erties for Salk.w I t
joining, ...... j". J The cost of such notices will be raoder-
Carter and otlir mines, C C Wade, ate. - . j
Troy, NC. - J I Those having properties the value of
This listls far frpm being perfect, yet rhich is not generally knewn, should
it shows something of the extent of the give references to reputable peraotit
mineral wealth of iMDntcomerv . Countv. known to be nennainted with such mat
There are few places which will not show lers This paper has a good circalation j wm-ri
traces of gold in the ' county Prof, (among mining men North, sod pni the
Harvey, London, Eng., found both silver! State, and can be of service ' in the jwaj
and tin iu this county. - I , : , proposed.
GU AN O!
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THE CELEBRATED
Job Counter. PS
Have made a Job Counter of ajt
This Fertilizer stands among the highest in analysis. Farmers will ton lt-tnetr
Bl A t. . mm, mmmm mm. IjwaA '
adrantage to caU on us. We can give you special terms-oeuer 5 y'?
any other standard guano.
7 JONES, McCUBBINS & CO.'
We are still Agents for UALDifl B ajuaim
.. . .1 1 a. it.!. w nnirp inf it nnTPii pn nnmn ins
mtmii irnnvn inrnuiruouL iuia tviuwuuiij -1
This Fertilizer is well known throughout this community
WHICH WILL BE SOLD FORT COST
AND LESS THAN COST.:
Thess Goods must be sold.
M. S. BROWN
fbr wkat you want
ERRORS OF YOIITR.
AGektlevan who soffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,
aod all the effect of youthful indiscretion, will
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to
all who need it, the recipe and direction for
making tue simple remedy bj wnicb ne was
cored. Sufferers wishing to profit bj the ad.
vertisers experience can do so b addressing in
trfcet confidence. JOHN B. OODEN,
History oflfcofvtm Gourtty
T SET t.UVmTVn
Copies of tins interesting book may b
had of T. F. Kxcrrz, Tho. Boerbadh
or at the Watchmak Uffice. ;
LIN A WATCHMAN, ONLY
$1.50 PEK YEAR.
' M. M AW -
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