THURSDAY. Oct. i9. ism.,
I NKAV TJSItMS. i "
From and after the lsi day of January,
1882, thelaubacription price of the Watch
aViUjle as follows: 1
OB;JsurV pald'-tn advance, r- $1.50
'f - paynient delayed 3 months, 2,00
payment delayed 12 month 2.50
The Seating 4Unk is open.
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A nunber of par young men have gone
-to Raleigh to attend the! fair. -
The dijsllow fpctober weather, with its
ky of rlci azure blue And hazy land
scape is ijn rt.,: j
The wtot k oii the large and commodious
tobacco wareltouseuear the depot will
Wou be!eoinpllted. . : .
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Basinets haft improved very much in
glibury since the fall opening. Cotton
bi livened up trade. .
Vlrt Voodhcfise of the Concord Regit
itr, and! Col. l!aul Means of Concord, were
here on last !Mond.iy night to hear the
Ieeche8 ;bcforJa the Hcniiett and Robbing
The pood Snmaritoiis are in session
'here.' hey are Having a tnree nay meet
ing.Cphnvd peojde from all parts of the
Statafe hercfin nttendilnce.
Tho j clorc Hrnas Band have, offered
their hei vin-s jo the isennett aim Kouuins
Club will! probablyj play next Mou-
tUy tnUt, for the humor jrr Pat. Winston.
NkwI I)iti:GiisT. Mrj W. R. Mason
cjillM jtcntioi to his 1rug Stole next to
Mr.-niijgham'l well kiiqwn stand. 'Call
aim gcq in m. r ...
Messfs. lJlatJknier Sc Taylor, have se
pMr Nktii Statu Fokevkh.
ho seilvices of j Mr. F. P. Smith.
cap .ioli h) to travel JNorth l;aro-
the interest of their "firm. They
extending their wholesale trade.
A correspondent of the I Winston .V-
puMtatn sava there U a Dockerv-Cok
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inn in 0!iiioury numbering Ij nieni-
: The Marc svillr -Ixtnthiuirk publishes!
th nbovo nioiig it' news items. It may
b true; but it has tievci leen heard of
here ! York deserves to be left out on ac-
t. k. brunek manager.
Mluiugr Blatters in Rowan.
Gold Hill. Mr. XIambley the assnyerof
count of his isruorauce. Should there Imi I these mines was here on Monday and in -
a York club here it would Tiave! a half I formed as that boilers' and pomps have
opened bowl bf cotton for its badge. j been ordered for forking the water from
o j 1 I the deep ltodolplt.ehaftt-(750 feet.) The
Changes. Mr. Tyson has moved to I old .engine has been put in good repair
the house Recently vacated by Mr. V. S. t with new capsan and bob. They are also
Negus. . ' ; h . b I retirubering collcrintheKaudolnri, Cen-
Mr. Negus has moved to, and is greatly 1 1 re and Line shafts ; all of Vhich cut the
improving the house recently vacated by I larre main lode. The stamps have closed
Rev. Mr. Wieeler.' , J Idown aud will remain sojuntil they begiu
Kev. Mr. Wheeler has mevel into the I to Jift ore from the Randolph. ; " j;
house recently oecunied bv Mr' A. fi.
fialybortouL . l ,
Dr. J. R. Keen lias moved to house va
cated "by Mr. J. S. Hutchinson. Mr.
Hutchinsonj has moved.. to the house re
cently vacated by Dr. Keen. I
They came Iiitb a godl body of ore iii
the! Bernhardt a few days before they
Bio Bonanza. This is the name iriveu
to a new property josi tiejng oene 9
Mrs. Crawfurd has moved her boarding I miles south of - this place, -by -Messrs.
house' to the corner of Inuiss'aud Church I Theo. F. KlutU, J. SamUjMcCubbius Jr.
Street. : ? - -1- - I and Sam'l. R. Harrion ; all oititrfns of
Mr. Tho8 Brovro )ia.vpioved his I Salisbury. They are down on the vein
family to Ajsheville. 30 feet; which is from 3 to 3 feet wide.
Mr. J. Allen; Brown will occupy the I The lode has been traced and cut for
house vated by Mr. T. Jirown. ! .1200 feet in lengUi three shafts. . The
Mrs Moore of S. C., has moved into ores are quarts and brewn ores, free mill-
tTie new house next to Mr. Harvey Bern- iug to water level. They have not yet
lianU's on Ellis St. ' had returns from' assays, but pan assays
Mr. R. J.iHoluies has moved Tiis dwell- show a $J0 or $12 ore. "Below water, sul-
iug off Inni8 Street, some feet back, and phurets will take place of brown ore
is having iinnortant iiunrovehieuts ad-
Mr. R. Mi Barrincrer has moved front the
National Hotel building', to the house re
ied by R. F. Graham.
BennettRobbins Club. TJiis live,
Wednesday was one of tl o e iieautiful
days ' when one feels cramped in doors.
The desire to get out was so stronir that
with pre sack over shoulder aud hammer
in ; hand the mining Editor attacked tl.e
Stokes Ferry road. Just after crossing
energetic cjub is doing gol work. On Crue Creek blidfie two wiles out, a vein
Two fitiilies ol this State who went, to
the gmit- Wesfe several years ago passed
t tlironl this paco Wednesday morning
returning to. their old home Hi North Car
olina, i Welcorhe, wanderers.
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The beautifucbmet nmv visible in ti e
early iiioruiiig, eastern &ky, seemes to
last Mondiji night, Col. jito. N. Staples
ot brceuslMiro, made by invitation an ad
dress to tlie club and the general public.
The Hall wjas packed to its fullest capa
city ; the front seats being occupied by a
gathering of ladies rarely seeu in Salis
bury. Mr. jStaplcs' address was h gem :
his style pleasant, forcible and elegant.
his tnannei' and delivery )leas;int and
easy, ills ft heme was patriotic pontics;
oachiug the earth backwards. A
man having his attention called
fact and the likelyhood of ita
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i this terrestrial iglode, remarked
"If it itiikes Cite earth,! I'll bet tfie coutet
wiU.cifch hWU." ! !
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Dedcation Services. The new Cath
olic church on Fulton Street, will be
dedicated ..to. the -Sacred Heart on the
thirdijunday in Noveiiiber. Biahoji Nor
tUfty fit nWIrriinttgt6rivSfilvibohdlict "the
s,., Assisted by j several lergyiueu,
notyetMiained. Last f Sunday was the
tiine t fiir this dedication, but the build-
in if Sr;!
not quite finished.
It is a haud-
County Canvassjis moveiug along
iu o-very satisfactory; inanner. The out-
oiAi iii erceciliiiL'lv llAtterincr far a full
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deiiirkic victory. From 254o 100 is
tlifltprage Jittcudnnce so far it is snp-
iKtseul-ih'at.inthe lower part of the county
the'turnoot will be larger.
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the residence of
the south ride;
uterseetiiig a new
J. Stewart and
Nr.4TEEt8. -There have been several
new streets "laid out iii
On ji tlie iuiJ'th side
the hfte lJu rtpu Craige
thr anio pterty on
both 4-hii'iih i g? west and
street iji th rear of J
otlrs., , w ;
Mwri-iJx -S. Henderson and. H. N.
WeoflsonJiae,ju8t completed the survey
ann:oit of streejs and blocks in a
23 acre lot adjoining the property of
; "i:Wil Institute" - Tliese lots as we
" leJrffi:ifri fb sale, and it is expected will
, 't !rt?'tjil - -r j-
; h Aj-TATAL ApCtUENT. The wifo
ofDotrlJxpM-.3 4.njles from town,
of brown ochreous clay was found. Trav
eling on a mile aud a half farther the
whited houses of the
dunn's mountain mine
caine into view. Mr. J. D. Stewart the
efficient superintendent was found at his
post of duty. In response to enquiries he
iu formed us that the summer had been
spent lit underground prospecting aud
opening. About 200 yards from the main
ow lJ ,stock orFall and Winter Goods opened and ready M inspection and.salk'-.
I am jpleased to - state that the selection was made in person and with -the : closest attention, borii.;
as it respects the Staple, Fancy ahd Notion departments, having due regard for the season (in rea-
oun' . xuan uave inuru vruuus py: several tnousanu dollars, than any Store in
Salisbury,: anefflo prices of all grades Jn any department exceeding reasonable
showing the duty and responsibility of wo;kng shaft, he has just cut a bold vein
the intelligent voter, and afterwards ap
plying his logical deductions to the twq
political parties now asking tlie suffrsiges
of the people. Ho paid a glorious tribute
to the patiiutsof North Carolina, both in
time of wan aud in peace ; alluded to the
of cood copper ore. about 8 feet wide
The material is quartz, carrviiiir a fair
percentage of 6ulphurets and oxide of
copper, aud pyrites. This vein will be
thoroughly tested and prospected.
At the "office shaft" work is progrcssii g
history of Salisbury in these connections satisfactorily. They are down 1G0 feet,
with very f complimentary remark, aud an4 working on levels both ways north
wound up by showing the utter hollow- aul south. Level is 110 feet in legth and
uess of the pretentious of the scaudalous ruua ou tl,e ' vein witU vein matter in
combination of Auti-Pio-Liberal-Demo- breast of drift. Veiu is from 18 inches to
crat-Repubjican new trviug to lead the 2 foet wide an1 the avei-age value is re-
leple to fall into a pit, duir and thatched ported 40 per ton. In all, the rem has
over by the same old radical enemy 500 feet of shafting, tunneling and drift-
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which hasi so louj: loaded our people mg wnicn exposes some zauu or bixw toua
down with iinnecessary burden of iu.ult OI ore- 1 ,,e ,m,ls t goa in several
weeks. In the mine and ou the farm they
are runn ing -a force of 05 hands
The Sttpt, is proud of his farm. He has
85 acres in corn which he says will return
and made isomo remarks iu a different ,nm 4,500 bushels. He has alsoiaised.7o
bushels of irish potatoes, between 5 and 6
bales of cotton aud 1210 bushels of wheat.
His remarks They have sown 140 bushels of rust proof
luoti fu d shocking death yesterday1; -1 ti
sthtlii4firdv w-aS assistinir her hiisbnud
olfetft fh'X iorneroff their yard a cow
lie- intended to butcher. Hrowu
stiucl at thew but failed to kill hei ,
OltiVifstiing p;vst Mrs. 1J. ran against
of Hie fence with such force as to
and taxation. His lecture was instruc
tive, aud was listened to with marked at
tention by (he vast audience assembled.
After he hail Huished, Mr. David F. Cald
well, also of Greensboro, was' introduced
strain; throwing wit, humor aud history
in such quick succession as to hold his
hearers in! close attention.
were necessarily brief as Col. Staples had
gone over most of the ground in his com-
preheusive'lecture. The club feels much
gratification in having had the opportu
nity of hearing, and of being instrumen
tal in having others hear these distin
On next Monday night it is expected
that Mr. l'iit Winston, of Winston wilt
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address the; club.
I For the Watchman,
.-'j Querry ?
Some people are dubious, some people
n not'; of hers are candid, while more
are inquisitive ; but, to the iMint.
AH North Carolina wants to know
whether a man whom this Congressional
District has honored, aud whom the U. S.
Senate has honored, viz: Col. F; E.
oats,which is up several inches. They will
sow about the same amount of wheat this
fall. They have 17 head bf stock aud 80
head of hogs.
From the Dunn's Mountain, it is only
a half mile tramp to the
NEW DISCOVEKY MINE.
This property is owned by Mr. 6. A.
Washer of New York, and Mr. Stewart is
also superintending the developments
going on there. They have sunk a main
shaft 78 feet, with drifting ou vein 71 feet
from a point in shaft, 50 feet from sur
face.' Vein is about 2$ feet wide. There
is something over a 100 tons of ore on
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dump and they are still stoping. This
ore, brown quartz and sulphurets, is
valued at $42 per ton. :;;
A p.rnka r.nfc waa run 12 fit north tf
bliol uawnuwat, a Kepublican, or an 8uaft which into a gide -runililg
publican', and the why they want to kuow panuie wiiu mam vein. ,iiu.dcw vein
it is through the Watchman." aud nuder 1.0 inches witle, of rich brown ore and
Ins own signature, ftnd that too, before I snluhnrets : ceurs in kidbeV abaned 1W
i.zr ; - M i ' . r- . r . ,
aud lias assayed as higtt as $'6tXf er 1od.
The or., is being piled' beml tbstnU,
and. wUKbe ;bagged;4ndr'hipic4l to b
JAMES n. BENSON, YADKIN COLLEGE, N. C. "j mo ifiiiwit 4
Mr. Benabn was born in Rowan Conutv. wftber represent tins rench process,
His fatherland Mother being dead, helm this country which is owned by the
took his tw- younger brotla rs under his French government. He intends,so wo are
own care ami protection, ami uiu an ue 1 ir 1 . :n. " 1
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Him I vfiii V PlrHifln
the emtof it to strike Mrs. B. in tho
njuringpier so that she died in half
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i 'SViOTlNti iDocis. The officers of the
tovu hve,tp jeiforin, this uuplejis.int
duty, aud frequently necessity forces the
kiflihr'tobeldoiic on the main streets.
Wb b iggest that the Coinmissibusers au
tlioriko the otucers to catch the dogs to be
dt,' with a jdog net aud that they be
iiirpajinded ' ; l'ng enough to notify the
"wne-, and sllould the animal not be im
meditely tak paid t itle: led to the
outskirts of the town and there shot. This
would ' be rure acceptable and occasion
loss ffeling aftd be f rough t with less dau-
j Iit Post ffjce once more. Here is
a copy of tle letter received bv Post
MastetnVsfiy : "Yoiir letter jand a peti
tion f 07 scitizens reccommeiiding
change of site of your office has been re
!ceiTed liuta larger number of persons
nave mutie d 5 netitions reonesfiiifr tliat. no
m s v
of. s9e be made. Uiider these
stances the Department does uot
f way clear to i order a change at
4rTom thi it would seem that
on t je "petitions now being circu
Genjehvl ifail Agent Long, has
nt to iiieddle. in this affair aud to
ne islue the defeat of -the Airmer
Wc may Iiave more to
I'lllllll fill- tllfir VVl'lftll-O 111 T .ovinirfj-kn
X. C. he made .1 frtiod renntati.H, n a on tlie proiierty. 1 lie reasou tneyj nra
business mau in the commercial circle, not kiukius at present, is because they
In 1870 he ovotHo YadklirCollege and ai-e waiting for a larger plant of niacliin
aiienueu to ins ousinc8 cioseiy nnui uis ervL The iuacl,ilierv uo U8cd is ou v a
leath, which occuned Oct.! 2d, 1882. He
was .naturally a good business mau, and
but few men struggling under the gloomy
bodings of cousumptiou, could have at
tended to business as he did. He strug
gled hard against death but when it came
he knew it and was ready to go. He bore
his long ajffiictiou with patience rarelv
equaled or surpassed.
lie was a member of the M. E. Church.
lie sent tor me a few days before his
death and talked freely about? dying;
said his thoughts were not on things iu
tins woi-UM asketl me to sing
"Oh sing to me 'of heaven!,"
Next da his hopes and prospects were
very origur, and ne said, "1 want to go
so bright. rl see Jesus now."
His devoted wife was very attentive in
all of his long affictious, but her faithful
uess iu his3 last hours was remarkable iu
constancy and tenderness.
! May thej Lord bless her, and (the two
brothers and prepare us all for a home iu
neaveu. ! S. Simpson.
prospecting plant. It will be moved to
as soon as the new machinery arrives
which has been ordered. The Itendleman
is also owned by Mr. Waiber and is to be
looked after by Mr. Stewart. It lies 7
miles south of Salisbury and 3 from the
China Grove depot, oh 11. & D. K. K
The property will be opened this fall.
VARIETY op STYLE
AND PRICES. "
Pa n suit every Taste
Orr n please every fancy.
Kice and compiets Line of all
New aifl Staple colorinis.
Also, a lafge variety of
VELVETS, SILKS, SATINS,
CORDS, BUTTONS, &c, Ac All NEW, NICE and PRETTY.
Also, CLOTH for Ladies, Children and Gents.
By the wagon load. If.you lotik at it you can't help buying.
LMS GUP? AIK3, &
Taoln Damask, wnite & colored.
1 Table Napkins,
OF GOOD MATERIALS,
Fall Assortment in prices and size?.
In Great Demand.
StocfcPrices to suit you !
GOOD SOLID LEATHER,
EQUAL TO THE WANTS OF KYERY CUS50IIEB.
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j For gcnt9, ladies and children,
Fjrom 25 cts. up to f2 white. Alsot
I Full rtocfc of-Scarlet'
The most HONEST goode made,
. and can fit any one in stock,
or have made to oider.
Collar anil Caff Buttons,
o r tv
Pffowr Uctxiitlliil, Cheap.
I tain 'fi aid please almost any man pr 1kv in the State in either SACK or FROCK 8UITS, kt prioes
ranfmifroni f5 to f 30. . . . . More OVERCOATS than ever before in Salisbury, from $5 to $20
' t3Keep'wrm and live wmfortabTy, . ' '
! J. D. GASKILL
Poor Humanity Irr' London.
'Many a snd sight is to be seen in Lon
don, but few are more inelaucholy . than
the spectacle of those iioor. broken-duwa
creatures who are hired H; saunter in the
gutters of our great' metropolis with ad-
veiTisenienii ooama on iiiii uucks. .lucir
hopeless, famished faces, their listless
gait, their tattered garments, often drench
ed with rain, and the thought of the pre
cious pittance which a, hungry child or
two may be waiting at houi.to share,' are
too much for sober ceutennUatiou ; aud
more distressing than all. perhaps, is the
look of shame about these pjor wretches.
Of course, thev are glad enough to earn a
shilling in this way ; and yet especially
ou a cold, raw, rainj- dayi--it does seem
au outrage almost for ofte, man to put
another to such usus. u when these
poor wretches are forced , wear ridicu
lous wstumes, then we have no doubt
about the outrage at an.'1 ? Here, too,
the "sandwich man" has no choice :
he has to conform to the demamls and il
lnstrate the humoroas:1iVen ition tf his"
employers if ho" does not.'like otea ln
thia case; also, he j jbjA! .AfP L
a sbillingr but; thou dt. there can b lo
douU about' thti,yilftiliia; -w.rf lip l InorJ
adds to tne numuiAUonioi jauurej inena
lessness nud poverty by making "gnys"
of these poor. strollers. It' is done, how
erer. Hero we see a rowlof them, with
tall extinguisher caps oijL their heads j
there auother, riggdit. with pigtails, like
Chinamen, and all looking so piteoiisly
ashamed As for rlrnt?bowever, we all
kiwiw where: tle shaunethe disgrace of
the thing really lies, Ahd iK deep disgrace
it is. 7, Jn met Gazette. . l'
1882. ?hlstm, 1882.
IT is with pleasure that we announce to
our many friends and customers, that -we.
have just received the most complete and
desirable stock of
that it has ever been our pleasure to exhib
it. Beginning in our basement you will
find Two Car Loads of
Bagging and Ties
.'of the best brands, and at reasonable
DON'T BUY TILLjYOU SEE US!
In our MAIN ROOM will be found the
largest and, by far, the most desirable
Domestic Goods, Piece Goods, Notions
Trimmings and many other goods
you want and need, that is to be found
in this part of North Carolina.
In our Clothing Department, np stairs,
you will find
i ,000 Sulla of Clothing,
all sizes, and prices. Also a large line ofl
in our 1Q tpuyoep. cpouwicui
.Considerable astouishment was created
Monday, by a visit of John Kelly to
Democratic headquarters in New York.
He spent two hours in conversation with
ex-Mayor Cooper, and their principal
topic was Grover Cleveland's letter of ac
ceptance, which was pionounced a mas
terly production. Mr. ; Cleveland's aw
partner was present, aud said there was
every indication that he would carry! the
Republican city of Buffalo. About a
thousand influential Rcnubticnns had al-
Iu WestjVirginia the Republicans feeem ready declared for him, aud the list was
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i t chougl
i sec tl
I'im oiuauotlier occabiou.
to have carncil the first i CongressSonal
district, the other tlueo I bein Demo
cratic, j j
An enthusiastic Democratic editor in
is to cet uamesi Iudiauaoolis ni edicts that but a Re
publican, Gcneml loui Browne, will be
elected to Congress from Indiana. I
The. indications of the Congressional
canvass injNirginia poiut alt one; way to
rue oveiuirow oi oossism in the election
which takes place on the 7th of j Xdveui
lengthening. The Democrats of New York
propose to devote their energies this fall
to bringing out the full Democratic vote,
particularly the old mess-backs awajj- up
in ine couutry.
"I can prove from nature and Holy
Writ that a uicrer has uo more soul than
a doc or a mule." says the Rev. J. D.
Durham. Greenback-Radical candidate
toruperinteudeurof ipducatiou in South
At the residence of " the late Archibald
Gillespie, Oct. 17, 1882, by Rev. J. Alston
Ramsay. Mr. Win. T. Hudson aud Miss
C. N. Gillespie.
SALISBURY MARKET, Oct. 12th.
.f 2.25 2.50
. ., "i .75
.., i5 .S5
. .60 .6"i
. 04 ($ .06
00 A UX
Hay, pr loo lbs
' Irish, .
reaches,' " unpealed,
" pealed, .
I will mail ffreel the reciie for a eimple Veg-
table Balm that will remove Tan, Fbeckles
Pisiplfs and Blotches leaving the skin son.
clear and beautiful; also inftrucnon lor proan-
Kmer iiiTuriani erowin oi n
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or smooth face. Address, incioBingoc.uip,
BEN. VAN DEL FA Co., W Barclay &t.,. x
lbS2 ' -20:1 j
our.boM-, department up stair.
and a Terr Iarce line of Goods.
all stamped with oar name and warrant
ed. If they rip bring back the pieces and
We will refund your niouey.
Our Hand-made Ross Boot at
$2.50 is the best Boot for the
price that as oe iouna.
In this department will be found a
large lot of
HATS and CAPS,
ALL DESIRABLE AND CHEAP.
We have repainted and fitted up our' for
mpr frrniii room over tur warehouse and
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opened in it
A Largo Stock of Carpets, Matting'
Kngs, Cmmo oiotns, warpet iiimngs,
' Also in this ROOM will be found a large
and handsome stock of Ladies's Cloaks
Dolmans, 1 Jackets, Silk Circles,
In our Warehouse will be found THREE
Car Loads of Salt Baeon by the BOX.
Sheetings, Yarns and Plaids by the
Bale, and many other goods.
We have rented the store room adjoining
J D. McNeelv and will buy your GRAIN)
FLOUR, C0TT0X or other PRODUCE,
or Store it for jou. With thanks for
your many favors and an earnest intention
to meet your continued confidence, we beg
you to call and see u before you buy your
J. P. ROSS,
T. P. YOUNG.
The anbscrilier has returned to Salis-
A. M. Yocko,
W. L. Johksoi?,
W. W. Gales,
bury and offers his professional 8ervice8 William II. Rice,
to the public M. Whitehead, M.D. j N b. McCaxless,
M. S. BROWN'S
ie m ip ) m n w mi
I am now prepared to ofler to the public, one of the
FINEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE STOCKS OF GOODS EVEit
BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET; EMBRACING
Shoes, Hats, Caps,
I , GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.-
Special Bargains in Suits Dress, Walking and Business Suits,
j- Ladies aud Gent's Fine Shoes. Call and see that $5.00 Over-
Warranted Boot for only 1.85. Be sure to see these uoM
. . mi- w m t v-w rm .
I am determined to SiLL CiltArji.u man tmy
before you buy.
one in town.
M. S. BROWN,
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