to the Jail was et IIIinNG INTEIililQEHClS.
TiiinisriAY. SEPT. 28. 16S2
T. K. BHUNER MASAQEE.-
A stable belouging
on fire and bamed . down last Monday
nigTit. .It trns near enongli tnltlie, afore
said to luake. J nonie of . the niore wickwi
imiiatf call lustilv to lie freed from their I 1 See a.rtirl in 6rnt naiieabobt the DeW
prison clls, ere the leaping flames scorch- gem hiddeoite. ' It . is an interesting
ansed their tear J i , r r t mt
Newman, Secretary of Dntch
Confined to his bed at the
ith fever. - He ha leen
oterwcnked daring the uammer nud his
general health has not been as good as
asaal. No danger is apprehended. i
systenV of operation i still gorjgpn. They
ai-e driving ' a tonne! to get inlet and
outlet to a body of ore not yetoucbedv
'i Toe West MiN-tSime anfortonate
tnanageinent ' wiiicli hos resalted fn ty
iug op the property in law soits. .
From and after the 1st aay .?! -""r uecessa ry-imagination c
't!eSTC"v; i TheMrterandtheHdLadd
wlwr Tr1 feaid liu advance, - $1.50 1 brigade were out in full force. Give them cfeek mine. i
payment delayed 3 months, J,WU gooa 4rtalieacl of ifir and they will Mt. Veruoii,: w
; pajraent oeiajcu p
Cocke of Bancombei
"late republican party.
come very near potting it onti
They call liim "Cotton York" now.
S. H. Barrett &c Co'b.. united monster
allows, exhibited There last ! TharsdayV
.ti M. GraTS anction"wile.T,ltt JMr. ; i,-Miiv !.. tl.nn Ift tlumRnwd
ItAlltlia . 1 II IIIH rill III nilllfftl Jllr nlllTIi l,, -w
Mr. Calvin J. Coles, of the U. S: Branch
I TniM xirirrimau was in Salisbury 1 parade, :which tras an iuteieting speeta-
week. IT' iUTKV urou UMUUI 1ICICiu jfiw-
ei al days
cession ; nnnieroos cages of aniuiala,
advertiwments-- I ElenhanU and a drove of dromedaries.
...mv if reixirf of thv Diwcttr of. the
"V r j .
Miut upon the production of gold and
silver iu the United States, for 1880. j
n . - . ' t 1 -
&le f McConnangney iaui
The equipments and trapping of this
show were superior. They h4d twice as
ronsfdertlile-actiyity'ls apparent among
many riders, t umbers, juniper, horizon
onr mervhants generally. u f MWi",r" tal bar performers ; twice as many uorses
of a good fait trade ! laud a much larger menagerie than; any:
other show that has been here tins year.
ti.p t,hJi lo cron in this section is very Thanks are due Mr. Willis Cobb, Prsa
fine( aud wl! probably be inote Valuable Agent, for favors.
to thf farmer than cod.
r The Daily Stock Reiwirt has made a
change. It is now' the Evening Stock j
BJeport. It gi ves t he cloi ng quotations
of each days proceedings in the Boards,
and also pays some attention to railroad
stocks.:;--;-; : ; -"
Whiskkt., J 1 Xi y
OH STOLEN: From
my pasture last Monday ' night large
b ack Mare Mule, with a knot nn 1
hind leg. Information in regard to same
may ue Rem to pjy aaarcss at Villa t ran-
absorbing tht -Vfwwan county. j S.V. Caix
" X OFFER v f
at pnvaie sale st my residence the entirsI
HOUSEHOLD ana KITCHEN PURNI-
TUnE, inciuaiDg CAsms, ricnrKis, rood ssw.
o lucHivx' and. fine aossvooo mw; also one
ugn irame waoom. TUls tt) a good cnaace for
nouaefeepers or tnoee contempUtinsnotisekeeplng,
as Ue abOTe articleaVlU be sold reasonable. Those
wlsllng to purchase can call and examine for
themselves. ja. v onxr. j
48dtt - i j
J. D. GASKILL
WILL BUY IN I ANY QUANTITY
HefLned Cotton Seed Oil, ;
-Jjor Uookmg purposes, at
: ; ; J. D. McNEELY'S.
OUve Butter, t
? A valuable substitute for i
j Lard, at J. P. McNkly's.
Basis oi tbe school tuud.f
TUTT'S PILL A SUGAR PLUM
" Ttm's PltLS are now covered over with a
Tanill sugar coaiinz. niakinz them a nleaaant
l.a.ll.. . I : . 1 . ..I J I I
-' - . m 1 I wW"ww ao lime BUICar IJiulU. lllu ICUUCT 1
ru 6 vv .-.w- . 1Uem tereeabie l0 tbe delicate atom.
Yadklu River; Improvement. :
The work on the Yadkin has been push-
Westzbh N.-C Bailroad .Notes.-" (Jbamol.
! 1 The i Maine' Mining Journal has been
remodeled and improved and comes to ns j gtream would allow dut'ingVtbe Summer I acu
in s"ew , form Mining ana. Industrial passed. High .water has prevailed
uiuljirrtia Reynolds has resigneu '"r u..,,' . nsAi f t.li. road
"."I. . !. .i.n,jij """."tv
position aa. priiuaryenciir. u c l)ad a Tiry pleasant meeting
SclMKd.tw -teiicher will be elected ftnd ,4 ,
Tltej care sick headache and billions colic.
..I- 1 Jif ffir umput anfl fluh Ia ih ImiU
lor Bome ume, prevenuog Ther cure dvBDeDwa and nouriaL th. ar
. .in. 1 a I . 1 " ... - v
Al present tuey ustb reacueu 1 tem.
Tjue cure lever and ajjae, cottiveneas, cU
SoKl evervwbere. 25 cents a box.
I " 43:6m
tiere on last , J We are glad to add to our list of ex- L Dointa short distance from Swicegood's
nirrl .nl M..Wfpj the entire list oi cuanges, uie "jhuiuj; owcn AriBbci uu miii oil miles above uie iocuisiona ana
miK tiara I nil nf n'linm AM o-ood. faithful Journal of Fmauce," published monthly. Dauville railroad bi idee. There is some
I . - - ' ' " J V l it rontaina a list of over 7000 miuine -f 1 ilnnA at Rarne'a fiah tian.
has moved W tnep-. . At '.n cmnies. with a oractical system of re- n !.. ilniv . ' W ara ..in- J5SeiSiSS?JiS tATO
ropontlv niirehased b- him. on the T . r . . ' .1 .i.u:w.tan.i;n r..r'H. naa nf; inL 1 :. I a Infallible remedy : never falls to cure the most I
U"UB,VV r? . ri? 1. !. greater i iu August of TJ tuan lor tue Iry" ,IMW ,wr"w -?-"' lormea mai out 01 Pl""P- obsUnate, long standing cases where Quinine and
foruer ot aan - - j - T I vatora in atoelc. if. O. Address. 'Z07 fr in.nmrimr thA river, there au oxner remeuies nao uuieo. . Tney are.
- s s i- a m mi wni a 111 iuhi. 'Bar. j - . aiuu auuv v m - f-i - ------w aoi w a a in
t . s as . kkmwi ujiiulii w f 1 1 t . . . m 1 i rrnni w 1111 iuui
iuiV T - I tf- f a eni.v 1.4 si ; haan ftr.
vw lraiu viia s ous
expressly for malarious sections, in double boxes.
fe Joyces! I
l i '? . . dered from some point this sjue 01 muo
Kfw ScL'Th. See advertisement of the "r - ; ....
Aw.oW'.. cut to the top of what is known as Mitch-
SHithUn another column. Ibis rr ?JT , v n. . l. ri
ew ouyifi r. . . . ell's Peak ru Black mountain. This
tioiMge. : , at once one of the grandest scenes in
Documents are being
is 110 piuv iBiou maw -vr t I ctl11 breaker, suar-coated; oontalSng no Oulnlne
for destroying mill property, riot one I or Mercury, causing- no piping or purging; they are
cent of the appropriation cau be Used for less in all cases; they effectually cleanse the system
. . . t . - i- - . , ' I B4 crlva naw Ufa anrf tina tn fha tralv Asa kmiaa.
circulated by such purpose. And, consequently, upon EordVemS, tEey Ire unequaied. For iTver com-
nrill dam. the I plaint their equal Is not known ; one box will have
' I a urAnrlnvfnl ifcut. An t'Hjs wnrQA imoa Thaw
m nvj.uiasa vww vu vwakw vmov a uvi ava v
Cal. Wisduan, colored while assisting
to niove ai louse scimeX time; since, wsnt
itisidewlieu the structure fell in on him.
He li-d Ia4 Monday uight froui lus in-
uirr.ifB ll'lllll iiiuiuaHVUic. i. ueiwitiic i " ' a wAnHarini tTri nn rn. vnru mu Th
farmers and others who hive minerals on government, improvement will probably used and pgseined fe, r prolans, and sokl by
Western Carolina, and when! done, will I ,i,ir i-n.i- ti fill 11 n and iffn naners sent have to stop, unless some provision can cent boxes. Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, best
... i. lUl. I,.nii.n1iaria I.; ' ' j r .1 ' I Iva mola VT wlllpll tll (LllTI mAV be OaSS'
W UJ.UVVJ ... w .
of those in
can,ouly ,be done by the action FQR SALE BY J.IH.1ENNISS.
iterested, or by action of Uou- j
attract visitors from both hemispheres. I thm. after a full description of the pro
The Richmond aud Dauville syndicate pertJ ig M follows :
has purchased the Chester and Lenoir I j uerebr authorizo to sell forme
uarrow-guage road, aud it will be opera- my tract 0f iaDd in -county, State of gress, making appropriation, or provision
ted in iicouuection with the (interests f containing acres, and agree to pay for payiug such damages,; which is very
tht. imvelisifwi a and it is due ihem. to sav u;,50,; r l! .ail r tlm rimm lmmobable. I he ouiy tiling wnicu re-
i A." iVrlf w,again,improving bis store . . r . iutere8t ia to build, on this LWiHn it. T will1 alao bav the usual mains to be done.is either tbat these m-
rKim ou iiifoiii street. He is building a wnle wegtern half of the tate and in- gtate taxu sales made by agents. I terested, the couuties benefited, iu some
double vewida, and will make jfdoor on duce b48ineM ftUd capital both of which ,luarautee the title of said laud to be way Becure to the govern lAent the right
tne secoiiUjSi"! 3 1 V" " are needed to feed their roaas.
ever made, only 15 cents. Standard Cure Co. 114
Nassau street, new York. iXly
uu loading? country produce.
BENSErrlRoBRiisfs Club. A Club will
be organized at Mroney's fcHall ou next
i.mliiv niiiht. ar 71 oVloek. All are in-
to he present.
Mr. Wi tt. Baiter, the popular young
di uircist. has accepted a situation in
Turn out young
A New Enterprise. A ! number "of
Gentlemen have associated themselves
together for the purpose of building a
Tobacco Warehouse in this city. A lot
has beein purchased near the depot for
the purpose, and-we are assured that the
warehouse, 50x100 feet, will be ready for
use by the 15th of November
AHheville j arid has gone there to do busi- Another .Tobacco lctory is ais. to go
uess witH iilIf. Iiyons, wholesale and up at aw early day. - lu course of a cou
retail drfei-t. He is comineuded to versation with oue of the getatlemen in-
e gMHl iMe of Asheville. terested, we learned that there was a
j.w prospector two or tin ee more lacuiries
offers being jbuilt, provided- they could get
val- BaukiMg tacilities. rney want a ohuk.
I, lIo1ms, ComiuisKiOiier,
i of 1;
' - ,
ale, as er advertlseiiif-int,
good. Witness my hand aud seal this of way, or compromise on a reasonable
day of loo-. oasis wim mm uwsUi ctow
. I seal. drops, with a large amount of money on
! i ' hand-hsonie . thirty thousand dollars
j Any one can see through this power of wuicb cannot be used. It does seem, that
attorney. It takes all the right away from the rjglt cf way ahould'be secured and
the farmer and allows the other parties tj,at tue WOrk be allowed to progress. It
all the advantages, without any guaran- tUey pa88 Swicegood's mill, they can then
tee of good faith. We Wfirn our people niake Fulton's Ferry, which will open up
to sign no such paper. j ? a very valuable county, and will be
If they want to send their ores to Bos- J wtui a few miles of the crossing of the
ton for exhibit, let.them ' pack and for- j N: q Midland railroad. Uis understood
ward them to Capt, C. C. McPfaail. Rich- tuat tijig roati ig now to.4ie built. It is
mond, Ya., who is the authorized agent certaiuly, after the expenditure already
of the Richmond & Danville Rail read. Inatief a great waste to allow the work to
This road is making a flue exhibition ot
minerals at Boston aud will take pleasure
iu exhibiting auythiugof merit seut them
without any Haeiifiee ufn the part of th-
'uer. ' f-
The Largest Stock of Goods
! IN TOWN
. til . . A.
rli rirv. Also. Mr. auasay.iney musinave one. ucnucmp.o
rbwii is out agaiin with his eel- ueietoiore u u uuunw au(jow
,4,10, which he says liaa stood a reasons not necessary to meouon. x rom
this market. Read this geniieroans conveniuuo, 11, ieru- geepoioj, into the Branch Mint at Char
... ... i .-::.:r.i.i i "
eu ium me ons.ness o. iv u Tuegd prof. Hanna wa8 ... .T. . , d lhig
. . 1 . f. I A. . . . . n
cease, jusi wnere 1 cau ueui . uu uue,
while by passing wicegbotls, the-iiver
cau be used, not only to the great advan
tage o SsalUbuiy- bilt toTFhe-cbuveoieuee
of a large uumbtr of citizens in Davie,
Davidsou, Rowan and adjoining couuties.
Let some enterprisine men from each ot
Jai:Xjc BiALTO.i-Mr. S. H. Wiley has
chased (votli some friends) this good
son IWilly, who
ainetl a Certificate from one
Mis son 1 Willy, who recently
Jktarine schools, will be the cap-
t'tie fij-rtt bale of new cotton to this
w camel in Tuesday, raised by Elijah
jr.' Sold to J
D. G ask ill. Graded
Will rams informs us that this is iust M.tf.i.v
i v r av u f'"4
lira uruuid the
would be greatly I euhauced by a bank,
and that a systematic effort will be made
to establish one this fall. He complain
ed that he had to go to Charlotte and
Winston last year during; the cotton
season; besides what was-gotten from
New Tork. Jf a Bank ; isneeded
to put bur business ou a better footing let j
us have it. - i - J
j ; - ; ;
Personal. Miss Worth of Fayette-;
ville, is visiting her sister; Mrs. Thos.
first bale last year.
is now coming in pretty freely
is bringing good prices.
Vh$itlCrop of Rowan. We con
- below a list of the wheat, oats and
ropajas reported to us ly the differ -
Miss5 Baker of Hickory is at Dr. H. T
Trantliams1. i '
Miss: Pate is the guest of Mrs. F. E, fHir grade fOT njiujug purposes.
' ir?i-.; .:.". .1 .... i
found with both sleeves up, in the midst
of several assays. In respouse to a ques
tion in regard to mining uews, we learned
several points, as follows :
Baltimore, &. N. C. Gold M'ining Co.
They have made a new discovery on
the "South Veiu" of a fair width of first
rate free milling browu ore. They are not
deep on this new lode. The regular vein
Old Ray is turning out as usual, iu
addition to which some good copper ore
is being taken out.
The 'same company is working the
"Bright Light uiiue" formerly known as
the "Crowell" in Union county, near the
Cabarrus Hue. They report good ore
front work. If the riuht of way is net
given, the niouey goes back to the treas
ury, aud what has beeu doue, goes for
$2,500 For the Liberal
Yesterday the reporter got hold of a piece
of news that it is well to t eive puuncuy
to, in order that the people may be made
aware of the way m which the itinera is
exuect to carry the comhig election in
this countv and to show the Democrats
the card that the ; Liberals are playing.
It would appear that what votes they
cannot get by persuasion r arguments
they iuteud to get by my sioney, if pos
sible. It has come to the ears of this re-
; WE HAVE A LARGE LOT OF
ACIDS FOR COMPOSTING.
We have also a full supply of
I SPECIAL FOR WHEAT.
Ours are Standard Goods.
WE CAN OFFER YOU
Dont Buy Till - You See Us'
Miss Clowe of Wilmington is visiting er method.
her sister. Mrs. Gates. ' I McGinn Mine five miles from Char
...!.. I. urn f. lw f r-nfl lv tuim nth. nttrtAr. tllilfc Oil last SaturdaV tllC SUm OI
ou.r.... :r"r.- ... - . ... ; .uSj
n'z riMi wha receiveu uv uni ties iu
itv to use for camu.iiuu purposes. The
mouey, it is stated, was sent here by Dr.
threshers of die county, 'who have MisftTiimliuson of Bush Hill, and Miss lotte they were siukiug to meet the "cop- Mott and it j8 being secretly put among
.. . T. : M " . I i i I . ' . 1 . . -1 .1. I . 1.1 I.J 11. ..I : ...ill Ami tit a
ar rerted. The total amouutJ in Mauney of Milledgeville.areat Mr. Juo.VVi per vein on the property. ! At the depth
lels reported up to the 21st iustaut is Mauney V. j
illows -AVheaU 57,947 ; Oats, 31,611 ; Miss? Maffcie Merriuian h.U returned to
, 103JSince a
e &. Barlter of
Mve date we have re-
8,440 bushels wheat.
I Cm)er, 8 Horse
Hyde & Barlx-r, Itought a C. &
Whitehead has returned
the m?untains HaywiHd C.
MrsjL. V. Brown is the gtiest of
T. E. Brown. I
MisJ Elizi Blunt of Beaufort Co
avis, f -
nsf Power Eugiue from visiting Mrs. 0. D. D
of Blactmer St Taylor, with ... I . . L " , .
---o ..... ,
ti lmsi:tliS4iii. and in une- dav thieHhed
138 burJiHs of oats aud 70 of wheat.
a E W Bugot . Stokk. Mr. John A.
hiydeu hiis just receiveil a large lot of
yttjigiesj Phaetons and Wagons, which tie a
-lliii;jat unpiecedeiited low prices,
e h-i )enel in - lie tirst rtMim of the
v. . .
from a Summer vacatiou iu Stokes Co.
Miss Auna Baker of Lytichburg, aud
Mrs. Keller of Bristol. Teun., are at Mr.
C. F. Baker's. 1
of 165 feet they are 'running a drift toward
the vein, when a blind veiu of massive
pyrites was encountered. Mr. Johnston
the Supt. reports the veiu 4 feet 8 iuches
wide material very good.j
0L Clakk Mine James H. Carson,
at this mine, 21 tulles trom Chailotte, is
taking out some good ore.
Arlington Guarantee-They are ex-
plori ug, aud d i iv iug away
iu baud cou tract- given
another mill. .
chillian mill. Same as the stoue mill ex
the colored people "where it will do the
most irood." The democrats ot tins city
and couuty should look alter this matter ,
aud expose the game to the honest meu
of Mecklenburg. Charlotte Observer.
H. A. Beru heart has moved his
to Salisbury, and is octupyiug
the'new houses recently built by
M. Knox, on Ellis St. Mi . B has
a lot'oit the eoiner of Iuuis
green, per bus ...
dried, per lb
Bacom country, i
' bos round, ......
with the wiirk Butter..v.. ........
for erection of J Blackberries.......
l hey are ruuuiirg an iron I cotton
cept that the parts are iron. They have i.JffieX..V.'
been oudnig galena of uu unusually high I Corn new...
. .. . M i... n ' I Meal, -
eraue. ll is a rare occurrence wie uKures i croffee.
..... i... ii,. nxL am mi Hi. I Chickens,.
WUIbll 1 14 U 1 U IAS UH) ,uuuonuu (.iv v
held because they seem incredulous.
.$ 75 l.00
$1.09 a $1.26
4 - &
The Capps Hill Mine There is
Kvbii aiU-l. Bi iries. fnim fta9 ui. purclniml
I . i (f-- , II . .-i ..... .1 1
ard5s'-$?r his advertUmeut iu ,i,iH and Long streets ana will oui.a sH.u. ne
is witU Beruheai t &. Bro's.
The atjen Hon of bur readers, is called J
the adyritisemeiit of Messrs. Black mer
- ln hic,ihe enterprising suecehsors of I
m . woid & Co.9 wbu uie iiow cnuductiue
1 hey uie act lie,
wi ving young men, and will do just
;U fIuysiiy.leaienjber,to read their
lvei-tiseeht..' j ' ' ;
Lum itf Ulay, Maj. Uobbiiis, aud Drs.
"ik aiidCMik, alt candidates for Cou -
re siMite iu the' Courthouse. The ob-
ret of t) uotice! ( to say that so fur as
- I w v.. ........ m. I I . . . : I
t - ii . , i - :
i' ues rwerejthe merest clap trap
othiug But pettyf abuses of their onpo-
eut aud dirty, fow-flniigjokes. It was
!graceful to hear men runuiug for high
ositiouti the nation indulging in sneh
- uarangfe If it is possible, would like
w Maj, rijUbjue -toget out of tuch com-i
I Have No M other Now,
V , - ' ! j
I hear the toft wind sighing
Thfouh every th and t fee, .
Where mother, dear, is lyin
Away from love and me. ;
Tears from mine eyes -are. starting,
: And sorrow shades my lriw :
Ah. jlwrearyjwas our part in- j
I have noTmother now.J )
I- . !
I see the ale moon b ti.fr -
On mother's white1 rv si one;
Thejrose tmsh round it twining v-
Tii.here like me alone; t
And, too. like me. tis weeping
TbC dew 'drops on the bou-jth
Lon time has she been sleepinp -.
I have no mother nw. i
" f :', .:. ' . I ;.-
My heart is ever lenely, j
Myjspirits ever sad; 1
Twss her dear presence- only ;
That kept my spirits glad
From morning until evening
Care rests uron my brow-
She's gone, from earth to heaTen
noticeable change at this pioperty. They
are pushiug their work vigorously.
There is some activity in this county.
The Clegg Mine has resumed opera-
a 16 is
C4 15 13
1.00 1 oo
FOR OUR NEW ADVERTISEMENT OF
. s $ '
a '' 1 -4
nf th Plerk of the Commissioners of
tions ai.d they are finding; good material,. Co0nty of Rowan, to the first Mon-
aud indgr they-will have a prosperous I day in September; A. D. 1882. '
I . I- 1 . nlifa1 hv im
run lor a while. ? Amounw uu, iwuv -v j
Board to the memoers mereoi i
The Burns Allked Mine half a mile
G. A. Bingham, per diem,
south of the Clegg is doing steady work I . 5 days ext. service
witli very good returns, f They use the I Andrew Mnrphy per diem,
old c l illiau mill. The retui ns last year D. A. Davis, per diem,
amouuted to $15,000. f
- Bklle Mine This property has a good
veiu, on which they havej sunk . me 70
feet and pros pec ted by levels 70 feet.
Veiu persistent, alternating from 4 inches
to 2 feet. This property Jias recently
Inh ii Mld to VVashiugtou city cupitaliois. I
From all accouuts this property should
yield haudsomely. i
i r 4 days extra service
W. M. Kincaid, per diem,
l day extra service
J. G. Fleming, per diem,
D. C Reid, per diem,
H, N. Woodson, per diem,
j South Carolina. t
Hailes Gold Mine They have now
tweuty stamps coustautly at work-ores
tbundanf. They have also a DesignolU
Process. r, r ,
' n;fanA traveled bv the member of
the Board in attending thesessiousof the
- V- I -"
am a , i ?
i n (i.mlnir. I ; 1 378 miles.
W. M.E.incaid, i j ;t "
' ' TTn ratio N. Woodson, Clerk.
UN A FEW DAYS.
J. F. ROSS.
I am now prepared to offer to the public, one of the
FINEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE STOCKS OF GOODS EVER
BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET ; EMBRACING
Shoes, Hats, Caps,
And ' x I
GENT'S FURNING GOODS.
Special Bargains in Suts-DresS; Walking and Business Suits.
Li lis aid Gent's irine ouooe.. UuvW,
' . .i . n: j:
Warranted Boot for only $1.85. 1 sure to see A.iese uooas
! Prof J. H. Gardner, ot Ala., a college
President ot longstanding and successful
Moeriem-e becomes a partner and co-pnn-cipsl
of tbe :hool. Mrs. Gardner, as Ladj
Principal; assumes control -of the. Home
Department. She has never failed to gire
complete satisfaction and win the esteem
d love of pupils. Rer. 8. H. Thompson
and wife, efficient and popular teachers last
session, give foil time to instruction, I
- Thrui npw teachers of Art, Music and
Modern Languages, thoroughly qualified
bi nature, education and experience, com
o -Rafiiltv unsurpassed in the, State.
the school is now placed on a firmer foot- Qoata
Jl?uh Tuition tr term. WL ' - n..- - r . -.letermiaeJ to SELL CHEAPER than any
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The 26th session opens bept ember 4tn.
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