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TIIufesDAY. OCT. J2. 188-2.
. 'Li. Vat fuonrittH . it(xt M nndnv
Mr Smlthlea! aid J ones, McC obbina &
' in neW adTertisements read
them. J r I & ' -
Tl,e Into! Lib-al ia "croapy." A re
nblican, DH Kan&aj. ia .aent for and is
no no fail to tegUter i time to otr,
wlieu rou fo vote, yoio lur cmeu
.1... infill WIIWaUC- WBiruirit. l
iriU, cui , - . I
..ii true I to cue connuence nou irasti
11 I. j o .
1ft the pc!ple remember that the lib-
i: u t,f thia cointy endorse revenuer
Jii tir:... ... anil rovonn.r I
.-finfBr nii uecioes auu six wimesi
- 1 , S if- I !a I I
ia'efery JAirbb iu this State.
Iwuil was killed on Tuesday
f this week'byl Tom rKeUy aid- John
f - i ' '-WW 1 1 V 1 .
... tii. Vi.aforn raiirnail I
H II M UI tll IV Wf 1
j nfar Mad C
iPheasantSi are reported I
5 ulfiitifal u t
Do not. stay away rrora tne poua oe-
r-iuae you kuo'w Jliat the Demicrat8 have
votes . cWufili i Jo apare, but go and
'help" swell tji victory, to J audi figures as
iiiiii!'iu:ikM the lee) id f it a I
(...vi lnrs ami wliitiei-8 iii, iso ludicrous as
to torce a lock fuce to smile.
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.iDer.tlitt official organ of St Luke's
apc, v , ,
. W . . - . av.ni llin liAniA iF A ll mil I
1'iiris. aailsuoryi iv in- cuueu uy xvev.
un8' . J2 ... ,
FJ -Murdoch arid Mr. John S. Heuder-
Bui, nuu s 1
. i T ...ill I
1 b . J I x . ' I
tn be a welcomes visitor to a good many
homes outside tile Palish.
A paitj- of ad?es and gentleiuent went
"outtotlie resfilece of 'Mr. J. J. Newman
1 Sic. Dutch CreekS Miniug Co., on lastTuea-
day evening, viShere they were handsomely
j entertained by lhat gentleman and his
r two accomplished sisters, who are visting
. ii in. Their home is in Richmond, Va.,
and the hospitality extended was of that
v undisguised, opeh handed kind for which
' tbe "Old Dominion" is so noted.
Do not throw your vote away by voting
the mongrel:! Liberal so-called
-iu-trnth-ticket-S-look over tho list.
Ifotks wli.iv hiive been
trying, in.. oiirf' garty or another, to get
into office, au!d f have failed. They are
now in a state! of nsrsreiierution. nnl will
soon, be founcj attached to the defunct
c;ucas of radicj
filisni. democratic voters,
jilo yonr duty
ana ait opposition is as
John N. Staples will address the "Ben
nett and RubbtU8 Club" in the Opera
House Monday evening next. For purity
and grace of-sCyie, elegance of execution
t - , - i
and vivid coiicfcptiou Mr. Staples has
scarcely an equal among tne young men
of North Caret) na. The ladies are par
ticularly invited to j be present to take
a petp iito;th political arena. We ven-
tare to predict that Mr. Staples will f
prove both interesting, and instructive to
Mr.J.F.Rokh as just returned from th
northern markets with aii unnually fiue
-stock of gopdli He has arranged them in
-various departments for the convenincc
of -liia ipaUona; In the large storeroom,
fronting oirtlhl corner of Main and Iuniw
streets he haa) his stock of
!-. !- ft::
for the retai
Itrade. This, department
If js filled with!
all the latest notions and
novelties ii) ladies goods and gents nn
derwear. Id t
ijfe large cellar, just beneath
he keeps a liuo of
i c'TipfANP BAGGING
Ibr.cotton flw ia one ef the largest cot
ton buyers j iu Salisbury and keeps this
line to accoiptaodate hi large trside.
Going up stjdrs, the first department
contains a large liue' of
'.' - . j- ... -
REAbrf IMAJDE CLOTttINO -
the room ii especially arranged and de
, voteldtiiiailinetpaking a convenient
ana private place for fitting the garment
w irew, large. uepartmeut, re-
ceatly built and contains an extra line of
. , BOOTSllSUOES AND HATS.
This department ia made especially at-
vacuve-every- thing being new. The
Srcuii foepartmenc to winch your
attention; is ciriltd, is I on the 2ud floor
and was formerly known as the "Phoenix
Hall," in whicti;Mri Roas has alius of
laDie's cl6aks. cahpets, trunks,
valices, mattiiig, crumb clotha, and etc
l uia is a new departure and ., makea
very attractive room. Underneath thi
on the first floor, may be found a full
. uuo"""" wuumj 1
produce has crown so larce that he has I
j wen compelled to get more room : and
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lor tins purpose he has aeenred tho store-
Kmm' in.Hu. . 1 1 1
00m just beynd-A Parker's, fornieilv
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wcupiea by , Mr. Swicegood. In thUUnd in no case waa a oetition used. It
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COUSTRT PRODUCE DKPARTMEST I
ne mil place i competeut man to do the
iaess, " 6 I
Mr. Rosa is wine of onr mnt enfm-nnvl
log merchantaaUhe;ibregoing demou-
1 ; ? r '
rratea, aud ia- worthy the large patron
ge 1 which soataina thia establishment.
Sacceas to, Mr. Ross, and all nthr nr.
go-ahead bu&icsa tueii in our city.
lor linvo AbsMubel the entirft Imrdrrin.
tmat i SjilUburjr " having : bought oot
air Sinitbctott -and Pronf.mi TnvWfc i
Blacluuer.; , The new firm are makinir I
arrangements to build a laree brick honae
on the corner directlv onDoaite their nre.
ent stand and will not ouijrhave theJarc-
wui wiu carry one 01 uie i$rceat I
Unea of hardware in theBtate; Theyarel
enterprising, 'energetic young men and!
win uraw a wrung good trade. C'mr.
.The Observer ia very often inaccurate
inita attemnt8, in tbe above case ita
inaccnracy does injustice to one of our
"J"0" "U1 finicun, wneu is aay ?sir.
waiter liUCKiner and Mr. Sam Tnrlnr
have absorbed tbe entire Hardware in
terct iu Salisbury .-n They first bought
out R. R. Crawford & Co., and then VVm.
Sniitluleal's establishment. Tliev S have
... . ..f .... i k.ii, umiiid il lillliri
. . ... . - . - v -
umuir t-iaiMisiuuenr, equal to line re
quiiementa of a very extensive trade. But
they have nt "absorded the entire Hard
ware interest in Salisbury ; 4hey have
not "absorbed" the store of Mr. David A.
AtWe.ll. OflM ftF tllH oliloa uml luat aiifiiti
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.1. W.J LJ ' ,.. . W i .!.. .11
iu uie ciry. Air. Atweu is
not . a very demonstrative t merchant, I
does not carry what may be called a f Marge
stock" but there are few better,' moi el
AiUIVM S 1 :
or successful business
men in the Sfflt
Messrs. Blackuier &
7 " T " w
themselves would be very far
from saying pr doing anything, toiiujure
Air. a., lor whom as a merciiaut, tliey
doubtless cherish due regard.
The pouiity Canvuss. ;
last Monday, most all the candi-
dates for the various county and Legisla
tive othces repaired to Frankliu, but
the sovereigns reiuained iu the cotton
and tobacco fields ; however,'they had a
jli-i'Ba t'K-il g( O.'iiinimiooiiii'iif d ti
Overmau, Democratic, and Mr. Biugham
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Liberal nominee for tho lower house, had
. , .
a aet to which only served to show how
..' , .s 8- .i. .,
lively the can vaas would be further-on.
T in rcaiiltfil tlmf tnllr iliil IwiK pnfiiimni.
Mr. Binffliaai. His outlok is very poor.
USITX 1UTH. ;
A gentleman who was present, hays
4tThe joint discussion at this (toint resul
ted in a decided success for the Demo
cratic speakers. Biugham led oft' in Iran-
tic denunciation of prohibition, fighting
in true quixotic style a foe which j had no
existence except in the subtlety of his
Own imagination. To epitomize, it was a
fight betweerr a gas foundry and a ghostly
snook. Lee'S. Overman held the floor in
a 45 minutes speech, in which he set forth
the live issues of the day at length. Only
noticing prohibition in order to state
u,at hU aciioni. before were inuividual
iinn m-iwuiifiiHt' 'P i iu. urant. w
will quote, f then 1 repraentcd uo one on
God's earth but myself. If you sec fit to j
seud nie to Raleigli, I shall represent you.
Tom are antinrohitiou and as a couse-
pquence, l " shall be antiprointiou uu utu
voice and vote." Dr. Ramsay made hi
usual sueech. Theo. F. Kluttz followed
in his baDPT strle. fixinc in the minds of
his hearers by dint of his glowing tribute
to Democracy's part, his .fearless exposi-
tion of Republican misrule, forgotton
vows and brokeu promises, his eloquent
appeal to the white men of our State,
trutjJg that will live even though their
if lfc:c&L W L 1 1 v 1. iu&u j &n w, I
orator be forgotten.
The Post Office. Postmaster Ram
aay, it is alarmed, has been notified from
Washington that "it does not seem to be
the vialVofjtlie majority of the citizens to
bayb the otSce removeU" or woras to that
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Some counter petitiou has been circula-
I . i I
ted and forwarded to the department
stating that the people do not wish to
,.i..r ;ti,u u-.tm,, f i,
office. The idea that has induced the
Watchmaic to have anything to say con-
. . j. . i I
cerninir tne removal or me omce, uas
beeu that a maioritv of the 6tife men
and most bromiuent citizens desired to
Imve the office located in someplace more
accessible, hud to have it kept in such
manner us not to reflect on the business,
cleanliness! arid taste of our people. If J
this was an erronious idea, then the course
of the Watchman has been wrong. What
the other petition is, who instigated ita
circulation and who feigned it, seems to
t n ,i-eM.v tm tlm Kiiaiiipnu niVhli. Tt
J " i I
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sigued it, which, it true, was done against
their interests, lhey have bought a
l.irge property in the West Ward of the
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office to the business centre would facilitate
them as atso the large majority of whites
luterestedl Besides the colored folks as
1 s " . '
a class aretnore uesirou&or pomp ana
show in public affairs than the whites
The truth of the matter seems to be faa
tenednu ;in the fact that Special Mail
A..t t.. ..o nA t, &ttt nn ri. I
. - - .i I
lic as a post office, and haa put into it a
stock of groceries with the determination 1
Bringle, and it waa the hope of j having it j
hmnirht tn the rentra of town and kent in
.rood atvie that led manv to endorse the
prtsent i cumbent. Mr. X Brown,
woo nas cierKea ror years in rue cans-
hnrr iwMf 'nffiiw- ! that vchtt nmixt-A
t - ""j " .
with the office iu the aforesaid cauacitv.
it waa moved seven times, and tnat it waa
ftlwva done at the oution of the P. M..
,2 I 1
trill remembered that Hi nfflrA wm I
once kent1 in the National Hotel buildin?
thn nint pAtitml nkce in tliA riirrwir.
I .. .. . .. . i ..
jtion. oof u seems mas k is opuouary
I with the P. M; never-the-less tliere are
petitions j going the rounds and those in
terested may have an opportunity to en
to run them tnwther in Knit nf thu wish- Attorney at Law, of HllUboio: Judge
Tt w..thLvi.fff P"1" of New York; Wm. Oveiaker,
I y . i " . .1 iiaicott x. Jones, ana tr. joues. an oi
the office that led to the ousting of David I 1 TT.wl 1.
i " O I UIUOUVI V Vf I ft ti KJ uuci aijc
, r;iJ,T.K.BBm,BM0KBj, , iiy v :rj Ml ' ; l7i)-lll,; Pl- n H 1:1." VOTl 1 III UK ' V HUK -K1 j i
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H "1 " ; New York, Oct. 6tb 1882.
fYori are f nii'tled to cretlit for the en
ternrise. and fine manner that! von con-
dact I your paper, w)iteh i u a tredit to
your coaimnnity. very trpiy yoars, ;
-'I f i : : 2- F. Mobet,
Manager Morey & Bperry miuing
Tlie above Mtraet is from ale
ten by a prominent miuiog machinist, in
N4wJYork.. Such-aentimenta ixpreased
by people in the great diatance are pleas
ant to the quill drivers ear.
jMining atocka have taken a small rise
Ithey have been very bad daring the
See i notice to at ock holders of Dutch
('rwk'OiiiJe. in another column.
v Silver Valley'ia going with usual force
and they continue the shipment pf their
buddled ores. !
Conrad Hill. They are still pushing
their work, witli the usual force. The
smeltera have not been charged as yet
Thia proierty is expected to crowd to-
ward the bead of the list In this State.
Mr1. Smith, of the Sam Christian mine,
waa here on Monday last and ahipped
S50 pnuvweights of flue rough Inngceta
Theae were picked up from the washings
as they were thrown in sight they have
not made the regular clean up, as yet.
Charlotte Notes, j
I i ;
Prof. Hauua, of the U. S. Branch mint,
or Juarlotle. ia in Salisbury, lie is
making a tour of some of the Rowim
ua i ues, and we may expect to hear some
tiling from him at au early day.i
The Rudisill mine, near Charlotte is ad
vertised for aale on the 9th of November.
There will probably be an injunction to
Arlington Gdauantee. Supt. Wis-
well has given out a contract for two new
Fkaziek. Reliable information to the
effect that tt uew compauy has been orgai
ized nnder the laws of New York for
working this pioperty.
Kings Mountain. The Superinten
dent will le-arraiice the mill with the
Tisw of working another j.art of the pro-
This property, which for some time
has been prospected by the Englishmen
who succeeded what is commonly called
the ''fraudulent management,"! is repor
ted going ahead with a force of seme 80
hands. What they are going a head on
is a question that some milling men won
der at. It is to be hoped that they nie
doing legitimate work, in a legitimate
way and that we will not have to chroni
cle at an early day the suspension of work.
k Jt mm
ine loriner management uid ; mining in
this State great harm so far as English
4""" wuuctiuu, uuu it musi ue
confessed that rt w eakened capitalists in
this countrv. Honest: fair work, will
- . ;
rnake North Caroliua a name, but the
concoction and execution of snch schemes
as the "fraudulent management" put up
on Hoover Hill, will effectually kill the
industry. Every honest man should de
nounce any enterprise, known not to be
legitimate, which is the only hope of this
Stated ever takiug the stand it should
occunT iu the miuln? world.
. mi f it ia a. ? t. l. a i
i ne ioiioing imeresuiig siteicn oi uie
copper mines of Granville j county, is
taken froin the Asheville Citizen. Blue
Wiug is very near the Virginia and Caro
Hn nd veins spoken of must be
iii Krkli ftfntfia rTltn liirinni Mr
heavy apar, carrying, gaienite, gray pop
per and copper glance must; be a hand
ore wa wouia thauK "t,oth" tor
Mines of ! Granville
Blue Wing, TC. C., Sept. 23th, '82.
The first property purchased by the
Copper Mining Compute v, w hich as stated
tin myr letter to the Uwsen, was organized
in Asheville, was tiiat or ;vorneiiU8 A.
i. r. j ono - r..
1 UCH. 9t., UUU Vl'UI 111 ISCU Gil iSil CO. VII
DSt Granville county. The property
has upwards of bu veins or lodes of cop-
per ores, borne or these UKiea carry native
copper in surprising prolusion. One ve in
ty feet on the old Gillis xoiic proper has
a width of four feet of - barte sputtered
with galenite, gray coppeij and copper
glance. The galeuite of the lode carries
silver up to 75 ounces to the ton. 1 he gray
copper (tetrahedrite) runs up into the
hundreds of ounces per ton. 1 he vein has
a N. M. and S. W. trend and outcrops on
the purchase made from the estate of Dr.
viiuiva iviu;. into uao uu;u iuui uiitvs
on the company 's grounds ami a few hun-
j,e yards N.-E. of this town crosses the
200 acres purchase made by , W. Graham
superintendence of Mr. Overaker, wbrk
was conimeuced on tne syndicates, Mo. J
8,1 aft the atterpart of lastMarch. Tfie
copper sparand black oxide of copper with
occasional Riirns of cnurite or red otiMh
copper tn quartz, t our uunared ixunds
before a deptli of tnirty lncnea from the
AnM M-i.r AitttA m
erable attention in Philadelphia and Bal
timore amOUC CXDCrtS and dealers IU COD
per mines. At a depth of 21
feet the vein
has widened to six teet of ores both bean
tiful and rich. This ; tract
of 200 acres
was purchased from the estate of James
A. Sanfordr M 6., and the! remainder of
tbe estate 1,050 acres waa bought by the
larger compauy. The Messrs. Graham
Pratt, Jones, Overaker syndicate also
purchased interest iu the mountain field
copper arid gold mines from W. $ Hol-
I now haye my stock of Fall and Winteij
I am pleaded. te.s;8Ute -that jtHe .selection was made in peraon and with the
as it respects; ej
son). ESFieas-e- npte
Salisbury, and the. prices
VARIETY of STYLE
Can -please every fancy.
Nice acd Mmplee Line ofaJl
AI30, a large variety of
VELVETS, SILKS, SATINS,
i ; . J i
CORD$, BUTTONS, &c, &c. All NEW,
KID GLO YES,
Also, CLOTH for Ladies Children and Gents.
Byvthc wagon load.
If you look at it
I can fit and "please almost ahy man or bov in the 8tate in either SACK or FROCK SfJITS, at prices)
ranginsf from 5 to $30. Mojre OVERCOATS than ever before in Salisbury, from 5 tb 20.
"Keep warm and live comfortably. J
loway'nnd William Gillis. One shaft in
the mountain field at a depth of eight
feet frm the surface showed, beside other
ores. hI three inch streak of si tetrahedrite
hgray topper) which assayed 77 ounces or
90 iu inn iuii 111 Binci. tticj nave i
six acre tract detached fronrthe Roaster
estate 1 which has a lode measuring four
feet of copper glance in qnartzite gaugues
or matrix. Each and, all of these lodes
have considerable length on the Asheville
Copper Company's lands particularly on
the Hill 600 acres Tuckv 893 acres
Barrett, Jones, Holloway, Hurly and va-.
rious other tracts. The close proximity
of the veins on these copperiands and the
invariable increase in their width as depth
increases can but lead to the deduction
that.it no great depth all veins of the
bell unite In oue great ore body. Goth.
At a regular meeting of the Salisbury
Riflesjheld iu their Armory Oct. 10th, '82,
Ihefotlowingrcsignation wasteudered and
resolution a passed : :
To th Members, Salisbury Jtites
Comrades: My business necessitating
my removal from your city, I hereby ten
der my resignation as your Lientenaut.
With many thauka for your soldierly
courtesy, and the kindest wishes for your
nrosueiitv honiuir von nvav ei?fr be an
honor to tlie Old North Slate I remain
as ever, Your Friend,,
Wallace F. Gkay,
Salisbury, N. C. Oct. 10th, '82,
Resolved, that we regret exceedingly
the resignation of Lieutenant Gray, and
in appreciation of , his friendship for onr
course, that he be unanimously elected as
au honorary member of ou.r:company.
Lieut. GrayV resignation; causing
change of officers, Sarg't. Jojin Ii. Browii
was unanimously elected is ?d Lleuteu
ant. The Rifles are jipjv "officered Capt.
Theo. Parker, 1st LienfiK J.JrV Rumple
2d Lieut. J0I111L. Bivwo R..B. Clowe, i
Secretary'. r1 ; ,
SALISBURY MARKET, Oct. 12th.
.85 ( 1.00
.25 3 .35
Kye, .... ..... ...
Ha, per 10O ibsl . .
Peaches, 44 snpealed,
I will mail (free) the recipe for a simple Veg
table Balm that will remove Tan, Freckles
Pimply and Blotches, leaying the skin soft,
clear and beautiful; also instruction for produ
cing a luxuriant growth of hair on a bald heVi
or smooth face. AddresPjinclosingScstamp,
BEN. VAN DEL F & Co., 12 Barclay St., N. Y.
The snbscril)er has returned toSalis
bnrv and offers his mfessjooal services
to tlie public. M. Whitehead, M.D.
2t: Sept. 27tli '82. i
From andWter tbe 1st day of January,
1882, the subscription price of the IFafcA
miu will bo as follows :!
One vear. oaid in advance, - . .$1.50
" iiiirmeut delaved 3. moutha,2,00
' ! paymeut delayed VZ montha 2.50
that I have more Goods
of all grades in any department exceeding reasonable
r i i i i i i i -w i
Table Damst, wMte & coloral
Table Napkins;-. j
1 Towels, Towelings,
NICE and PRETTY.
youlcan't, help buying.
. FALL STOCK, 1 8 8 2.
IT is with pleasure that we announce. tb
oor many friends and customers, that we
have just received the most; complete and
desirable stock of
tkat itj has ever been our pleasure to exhib
it. Beginning in our basement you will
find Two Car Loads of
of tlie best brauds, and at reasonable
I V prices.
DON'T BUY TILL YOU SEE US!
j In onr MAIN ROOM will be found the
largest and, by far, the most desirable
! stock of
! DRY GOODS,
bomestic Goodst Piece Goods, Notions
j Trimmings and many other goods
you want and need, that is to be foqnd
in this part of North Carolina.
In our Clothing Department, up stairs,
you will find
1,000 iiifs of Clothing,
all sizes, and prices. Also a large line of
In our Boot and Shoes department,
which is our boss department np stairs,
will be found a very large line of Goods,
all stamped with our name and warrant
ed. If they rip bring back the pieces and
we will refund your money.
Our Hand-made Boss - Boot at
$2.50 is the best Boot for the
price hat Is be fotind.
In this department will be found a
j j large lot of
1 nATS ind CAPS, :
ALL DESIRABLE AND CHEAPJ
We have repainted and fitted up our for
mer grain room over our warehouse and
opened in it
A Large Stock of Carpets, Hatting,
Stigs, Crumb Cloths, Carpet Linings,
Also in this ROOM will be found a large
and handsome stock of Sadies's Cloaks
Dolmans, Jackets, Bilk Circles,
In our Warehouse will be found THREE
Car Loads of Salt Bacon by the BOX.
Sheetings, ' Yarns and Plaids by the
Bale, and many other goods.
We have reuted the store room adjoining
J. D. McNeely and will buy your GRAIN,
FLOUR, COTTOX or other PRODUCE,
or Store It for you. With thanks fer
your many favors and an earnest intention
to meet your continued confidence, we beg
you tb call and see us before you buy your
OR SELL YOUR
J. ?l ROSS,
T. P. YOUNG.
A. M. Youjto,
W. L. Johssok,
W. W. Gat es, -.
William H. Rice,
N. Bi McCaxlecs,
Goods opened and ready
by several thousand dollars, than any St
EQUAL TO THE
" For gents, ladies and children,
From 25 cts. up to 2 white. Also,
Fall itoci tf Scarlet
KEEP'S SHIBTS, :
The most HONEST goods made,,
and can fit any one in stock,
or have made to order.
Collar aiCf Buttons,
Scarf Pins, &c, &c,
Now, Uaxitilil, Cheap.
prices and sites.
roin n VrrorE
1 : -
M. S. BROWN'S
IE M Puffin II MIX
ijam now prepared to offer
FINEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE STOCKS OF
BROUGHT TO THIS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Special Bargains in Suits Press, Walking and Basinet Suits..
Ladies and Gent's Fine Shoes.
Warranted Boot for only
I. .. .
before you j buy.
one in tywti. !
1 am detertuiueu
for inspection and saloii;
Prices to suit yon !
WAHTS OF EVERY CTTSTOHEB.
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f . ... ,
J. D. GASKILL.
rMi n rr
to the public, one of the
. Call and see hat $5,00 Over
$1.85. Be sure tp see these Goods
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