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SALISBURY. H. C, HOVEUBER SO, 1882.
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ESTABUSHEI) THE TEAK 1832.
ni4nbcr that stamina, Tital energyv
th lifeprinciplet or whatever yw iiit
Soo W call the reaiatant power which
tzrXZ i6t the causea of disease and
deiShlb the prand safeguard of health,
it U Ihe KarrTaon of the human fortress,
iad bea it waxes weak, the true policy
U to! throw in relnforcemenrs. Inother
word! when such an emergency occurs
jSenw a course of Boatetter's Bitten.
FoTbTU by DrnggiaU and tZl?om
pplgfor liosieifcer'a aimuiw v m
BlOWX E, Prest. Wm. C. CO ART, Sccy.
V jaime Patronage,
Stroud hoijt, BeMle, Literal!
Term pdicics written on Dwellings.
Prcmfuis payable One-Inilf cash ami ba.
nce inf wtlve numths.
.": ? - f J. ALLEN BROWN, A?t.,
21: ut-" Salisbury, N. C
SCOdll BOOKS, r
NO VBLS AND
- ! STATIONERY.
ERRORS F YpUTH.
Ai Gfck'fi.EMAN wlo siiffertd for yf.ir from
Netvius DfiuiLfTy, Puematckk Decay,
ami all hi effects ol'uutlirul iiulincrt tioit, will
for the lake of autteimg liiimauity, pcimI ire to
all lioiied it, (lie! recipe and direction for
making! t!le ii tuple remedy by whicli lie w.is
ucretli Sifrercr.s wiliiog to profit lj the ad
Tertiserl experience can Io no bv aldrfssrftiii
roll fide nee.
JOHN B. OGDKX,
Cedar Stl. New York
IREMEMBER THE DEAD !
TN THE PRICES OF
Harbla Monuments and Grave-Stones of
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I corfliSlly invite the public generally
to an ill s Section of hit Stock and Work.
I feel jisiftied in asserting that my past
exietiii under' firsti-class workmen in
all the hijevvest aiiu mmlei 11 Btyle, and
that th? ?voik man ship is equal to auy of
the uesj; 1p the cojuury. I do not say
that nit ork, is superior to all others. 1
ant reaiotiable, will not exaggerate iu or
der to .Iccoinplish ii sale. My endeavor is
to pleaeJIand give ac)i customer the val
ue, of elvy dollar thej- leave with me.N
PEICE35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
thaAierer offeredj in! tliis town before.
Call atldnce or send fjir price list and de
signs, ifatisfactiou iiiiraut'd or no charge.
The lection of inaible is the last work
of respeet which we pny to the memory
of departed friends. -
i JOHN IS. HUTCHINSON.
SalUMry, X-C, Nov. 1, 1881.
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-JL LL JLJ.
The f m of It. It Ckawfokd & Co. is
thiaj dadissolved by mutual consent.
I retffn my sincere thanks to a geeerous
puuiic joT me iioorjil patronage bgstowed
upon lis lu ring thfe last 17 years; and re
spectfu yask all persons indebtid to the
arm to call at onceland make settlement
t the jtousmess will be continued b? my
former llartnera, Saknuel Taylor and W. S.
uiacknif r, and I sak fo'r them the same lib
ffpnage bestbwed upon the old firmr
offer my splcndxl Brick Store.
Dwelling House auft Fiur building lots for
uue, privately. "
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AN EASTERN JUCtGLEB.
i VIiiIe traveling through India, be
tweert Sorat ' and Nagnore. my bod
iervafit one day informed: me' that d
great j juggler aud snake charmer
wished to have the honor jof showing
me sqmetrfing of his skillj
'Wliat can he do?' I asked myjBerj
vant.j y : " ' . m x-tW-
'Almost every tiling that is marvel
ous, I've been told was the answer
receiried'f? -U: 1 .M'f !
(A(mit him.' i , I ' -. . ''i f
Myj servant withdrew and present
ly turned with a snial, witln.Hrc
old man, about whom,. I Saw nothing
remarkable ' except his eyes, whicu
were Ismail, black and piercing, and
seemed to have lightningtim'prtsonetj
iu themr I do uot know fvhetherth
man could see itf the darti1ike ficafj
but there was at times, that peculiar
fiery apparance of the balls which 1
so oftn observable in night prowling
animals. ' 'A. 1 '
- He wore a while vest, Turkish
trousers, a kind of crimson petticoat
workeil with st ran ere devices, a tur-
iian "of many colors and red morocco
sliocs, pointed and turned up at
the toes. His arms and neck' were
bare, laud, with the exception of
a couple of heavy gold ifings jn hi
ears, lie displayed no extraneous or
namenls. His age 1 judged to be six
ty, antl his short mustache was al-.
most white. Ho made a low salaam,'
and then appeared to wai
to be ad-;
'Ydiir.name?' said I,
"'Paunjar. your excellency.'
'I am told that you wish to show
me some wonders ?
'If vour excellency wilj.f
'Well, what can you do
HeMuldonly product- from where!
I did ;not see and cannot tell a large
ball of twine, which he Appeared U
toss into my lap. keepifig hold of
one end, so that it unrolled the whole
distanee between him attd me at
least ten (eet, saying as he Id id so :
'Will your excelleucy please exam-
.me wjiat you see?
Now, 1 honestly aver
that ball of twine when
that I saw
te threw it
as plainly as I ever saw anything iu
my life- saw it come toward me. saw
it unroll and apparently drop into
my lap, so that 1 brought my knees
quickly together to catch5 it, and yet
when I put my hand down to get it
and looked down for
lhere-t-iiothing was there, ami, at thej
same instant, perceived the juggler
balancing it on the end of his hnger.
rIiaw ! saitl I ; you deceived inej
by making me belifvc you threw it
'Doe your excellency think I have
it 7 he asked.
And, before I could answer I saw
in plape of the ball, a beautiful, large
rose, which was balancing by the
sleinj-and yet he had not altereil his
position in the least, and scarcely tirf
rel a inger. j
I began to be astonished.
While yet I looked I saw in his
right hand a cup, and in -his left the
rose, file stepped forward a few feetj
laid the rose down on the ground, and
placed, the cup over it.
Here, it will be observed, there
was no machinery to assist him no
table jwith its false ton,! concealed
compaHments and confederate, per
naps, to cnect a ciiange a we sec
similar tricks performed, in a place
fitted py a magician for the purjoe
but 'only my own quarters, in the
lull bright light ot day, with mysel
cjoseiy . watctiing every movement
witliitt five feet of him, and my at-j
tendauts grouped around almost as1
near. 1 I
Having covered the rose with the;
cup, a I would be willing to make1
oath, for I saw the rose distinctly as
the hollow vessel, held b the topj
went jslowly lown over it the con
jurer resumed his former
'Will vour excellency i
enough to lift the cup and sec what
is unuer ur
Of course I would have
heavy sum that the
there for one thinsr. because exivect
ing .some trick, 1 had kept! my eye on
it to the last moment, and was cer
tain there was no possibility of its
being Removed after the hand had jet
oof tpe cup at the top.:"' j i , ; i
I complied with the n qjuest, step
ped, forward, and raised tho cup : but
instantly , dropped it, anil bounded
back with a cry of terror-f-for there,
instead of the rose, was one of the lit
tle, green, deadly serjents of India,
coiled J up and ready for a spring,
with us small glistening! 'eyes fixed
iutentljr on mine. Snakes ut any kind
are myl horror ; and this only horri
fied me but all my; attendants, who,
with cries of alarm, enlarged the cir
cle very rapidly, for they! kucw its
bite to be fatal. : I ; ;
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lariuless your ex-
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, Eu iuv wiu. iiiaii. wai li
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m&r iiii! to it. Iiftimr it. hv tU ..n,.l.-
pulling us lieail into hisViiioulJi, and
allowing it to rbii down his throat.
I shuddered, and half-belreved the
nggler iwssesscd of a'devil, if not a
devil himself.- y ;
He next produced a tube t! .at look
ed like"brisp, about two feet long and
nan an incn in tuanieir, ami m-xijuie
ball of twine agaiiiy?
Where theserthings came trom, or
went toTI'could hot tell. Xhey seem-
etHo beio' his hands' when he wan
ted t heni; V butYIi never observed Ills
tandsi passing near his dress, either
wheti they, t appeared or, disappeared.
When I looked for the cuptuat 1.
had lifieil from the snake it was gone;
and yet neither myself iior any" of my
attendants ; had seen , this wonderful-
man pick ..it tip t .It was indeed jug
glery, if, not magic, of Mie most un
questionable kind I iVil 7 kTI i
lh rough the brass lube k the Con
urer now passed ione end of the twine,
which he put between his tcetfi. He
hen placed the tube between his lips,
hrew back his head, and held it per
pendicularly, with the ball of twine
on tue upper end. men suddenly
this ball began to turn, and turn
rapidly, and gradually , grow smaller,
till it entirely disappeared, as if the
twine had been run off on a .reel.
What turned it, tfr Where it went to,
no one could 6e. l lie purgler tnen
set the other end tip, and a new ball
began to form on the top but appa
rently ribbon, of half an inch in width,
and of different cblors. , These rolled
up, as if on a bobbin, till it formed a
wheel of two or three inches in diam
eter, when the crfornicr seemed to
toss ribbon and the tube over his
shoulder, and that, was the last I saw
He next produced what appearded
to be the sime cup I had lifted from
the snake. showinr smcthiiig that
looketl like an egg, advanced the same
as before, and placed the latter on the
Lgrouud and the former over it, and
agtin requested me to raise it, which
I declined to do, fearing 1 should see
another serpent, or something equally
"Will any one lift the cup?" he
said, turning to the others.
No one vouhteered to do so, but all
rather drew back.
At this he took up the cup himself
and appeared to throw It into the air,
and there sat in its place a beautiful
dove, which flew up aud alighted on
his shoulder, lie took it in his hand,
muttering over some unintelligible
words, seemed to cram it into his
mouth, aud that was the last I saw of
that also. y
He performed ;' some other tricks
similar to these, and concluded with
the mysterious bag. This bag which
somehow came into his hands, as did
all the other things he used, in a man
ner unknown to as was from two to
three feet long, and about a foot wide.
It looked as if it had been used to
hold some kiud of flour; and I cer
tainly saw something like the dust of
flour ny ironi it when he turned i. in
side out and beat it across hi hands.
He turned it back again, aud tied it
at the mouth with a siring, muttering
a low incantation.
This done, he threw it on the ground
and stamped on it, treading it all out
flat with his feet j He then stepped
baek a few paces' and requested us all
to fix our eyes on it. We did s ; and
after the lapse of perhaps thirty sec
onds, saw it begin to swell up, like a
bladder when being expanded with
wind. It continued to swell till eve
ry part became distended, and it ap
peared as round and solid as if filled
; with sand. Its solidity, however, was
only apparent for when the. juggler
went up and placed his foot on it, it
yielded to the pressure, but immedi
ately sprung back, or rounded out, as
soon as that was removed. He then
jumped on it with both feet, and flat
tened it all out as -at first. He then
went away again ; and the bag being
left to itself as before, again began to
rise, or inflate, but tin's time as if some
auiiiKil like a cat were were inside of
it. In fact, I could see where there
ap'peared to be legs ; aud then to my
utter amazement, I may almosjL say
horror, it began to move toward me,
as if impelled by the unknown some
thing in it !
I do not think I am a coward -my
wost enemy has never accused me of
being one, at least but I confess that
ou this occasion niy nerves would uot
let me remain passive; and I retreat
ed from the advanciu
iu formed the magician that I had seen
euougji to satisfy ine of his wonderful
occult powers. At this he smiled
grimly, walked up to the bag, trod it
down again, picked it up and beat it
with his right hand across his left,
caused it to unaccountably disappear
from my sight, and theu made his
How these wonders were performed
by what art, jio'wer, or magic 1 do
not and never, expect to know. 1
have conversed with many jpersous
who have seen quite as strange unnat
ural things, but never, heard any one
givCany explauatioirthat I cousider
cd at all satisfactory. ,
"If your excellency will?, I shall
now have the honor of showing you
how I charm serpents," said the nec
rbmancer , '---s
I had heard something of this sin
gular power, and desirous of seeiqgjt
displayed. Accordingly myself ..and
attendants all "repaired to an open
field, at no great distance, where, af
ter some search,1 Paunjar discovered a
hole, in -which he saidVhe doubted not
tlicre was a snake." ' ' " " "'
(R lv(..m T mII InmHVivilr " l.
- S . r,'it, A Vttll lJ..j. IVU 11, r IIV
proceeded, "I must be assured that
some one of sufficient courage will
stand ready to cut him down when I
give ine signal -otnerwise, snonid ne
proved tos be a cobra cape! la, my lite
1uv be sacrificed."
"I will myself undertake the busi-
ness, "said 1, drawing my sword..
The man hesitatcd,evidcntly fearing
to insult me bv a doubt, aud yet not
eagerto risk his liTe on the strength
ot my nerves, after the display of tim
idity I had already made. I thought
I read all this in the man's face, and
I said, very possitively,
"Never fear, good sir 1 I "will cut
down whatever you bring up this
time, be it suake or devil 1"
"My life is at your excellency's
mercy," bowed the man with a show
of humility. "Kemember tha signat !
When I raise my hand above my head,
may the blow be swift, sure and dead-
yr , - "
He then gave his whole attention
to the business before him. Putting
an instrument, not unlike a flageolet,
to his lips, he began to play a shrill,
monotonous, disagreeable sort of a
tune, keeping his eyes riveted upon
the hole in the ground ; and soon af
ter, to my utter astonishment, though
I had been prepared for anything, I
saw the ugly head of the hooded snake,
the dreaded cobra capelhi, the most
poisonous of all deadly reptiles, come
slowly forth, with its spectacled eyesJ
fixed steadily upon the strange musi
cian, who begau to retrat backward
slowly, a step at a time, the snake
When at length, in this manner, he
had drawn the hideous creature some
ten or fifteen feet from its ltole, he
suddenly squatted down and began to
play more loudly and shrilly. At this
the serpent raised itself on its tail, as
when about to make his deadly spring,
and actually commenced a dancing
motion, in time with the music, when
the charmer gave me the signal to
strike. Guardedly aud stealthily I
advanced near enough for the blow,
anil then struck, cutting the reptile in
two, aud sending its head flying to
some distance. I never took life with
Whatever deception there might be-
about the juggler s tricks, there was
certainly none about the suake, for I
have its skin still in my possession.
I gave the man a couple of gold mo
ll urs, and he went away perleetly sat
lsneil, wishing my excellency any
quantity of good luck. I was per
fectly satisfied, too, and would not have
missed seeing what I did for ten times
fie at: o ut I paid.
Star says, let
Southern men be on their guard. Let
North Carolina members be vry care
ful to do nothing rash. Grant that
the internal revenue system is a mon
strosity, an offense, a stench,an oppres
sion, an outrage, wliat then ? Will you
wipe out the 145 millions raised by
this badly abused system when you
know that it will fasten upon the
cou u try for a decade the oppressive
war tariff' that absolutely taxes fifty
millions of people for the benefit of one
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ship? Do you consider that wise leg -
islation ? Giv the country free cigars,
ir ee plugs of tobacco, tree snlokinjj to-
bacco, free whisky aud tax m htty
million peop.e u,,u. ... UimM..a
Such legislation as that would be
would be sure to prove a
iu the end. The limes says edito
"The chances of tax reduction at
the coining session of Congress are
being already discussed iu Washing
ton. The protectionist policy is easy
to predict. It will, as heretofore, be
directed toward a sweeping reduction
of internal revenue taxes by way of
warding off' any reduction of duties
on imports. The Republicans will
hardly improve their position by lend
ing themselves to this programme.-
Chaotic as public opinion may be on
ihe subject of the tariff, the majority
of the Ainericau people arc certainly
not iu favor of making whisky and
tobacco cheap that all the necessaries
of life may continue dear."
Making FencPosts Last. -A
Western farmer says that he has dis
covered a modefby which the part of
feucc-posts buried iu the ground can
he made to last longer than iron.
Time and weather seem not to affect
it. Posls can be prepared for less
than two cents apiece. The recipe n
to take boiled. Unseed oil and stir iu
it pulverized charcoal to the consis
tency of cream, and apply a coat of
it to the lower half j of the post a lew
days before setting.
Some Short PrQTerbsL j
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1 Russian. Pray to God,- but eontinne
to row to tlie'iltord. tn r p-1 V H'r i
Sanskrit. Silence Is the ornament of
lie'fenorant. 1 :t -1 ' !! fa-"!
Cli!nee.Tlierc lare two goil men.
)ne dead, tlie other nnboru.
Ta ninl .The handle of the axe Is the
sneniy of its Itind. ! ' '' ' J " '
Persian.-One pound of learning re
quires teu pounds of common sense to
ipily it. -' "j "" . 1 j;.
Arabian. -It is liard to chase two
Modern O reek.Two watermelons can
not be carried under One arm. 1
; Wall Street Beporter. r J
A stranger who had made a narcliase
a second-hand dealer on Chatham
street grew confidential and said he, would
Uke some advice. f
! "Vhell, go aheadt."
"If you were in my place aud wanted
to go iuto business here would you lend
your money and live on the interest, or
would you go into the second hand cloth
ing bn8iuessfn '.. I '
j "My frent," replied the other with a
serious look on his face "let me fcole yon
shnst like a fadder. Doan go Into de
second-hand peesness yourself, bat lend
me your money and pecome a silent part
ner." "Are the profits large V
j "Large! How much you thinks I
dot west I sold vou for two
J made shust twelve sliuliiiffs."-
Not by a blamed sight, for I haven't
paid for it and won't take it!" exclaimed tne Pwer8 of the Government to par
tite stranger as he dropped thebuudle tisan purposes,, the countenance and aid
and walked out.
"Vhell, vhell" sighed Moses, as he
looked after him, "efery time I tell der
truth I loose money, and efery time I tell
a he I lose a customer. How can an hon
est man make a living in New York tn
Are You a Man ?
I One day a young man was teasing a
little girl, when she, becoming tired of
him, exclaimed impatiently,
"If I wore as big cloths as you do, I'd
be a man."
Her mother overhearing the remark
called her away, and chided her for be
ing so satisy, but soou the tears ; caused
by the rebuke were brushed away, and
the cause forgotten by the little girl. A
few years later the same girl, then a
young lady, was returning home from
school, aud m makiug some changes of
the train was obliged to stop at a hotel
over night. A rising aud popular-lawyer
of the place chanced to sec her name up
on the register, aud at once called upon
her. As soon as he greeted her hesaid,-
i calico to titanic you tor what you
have done for me."
''You must be mistaken about my help
j' v.t aw,
lor aiinotign l uo remember vou as a
clerk in my father's store, when I was a
child, I cannot recall one single favor I
ever did you, or in fact remember that I
had seen yon since then."
; He theu referred to the impatient re
mark before quoted, and said tliat day
he resolved to be a man, and from that
time had honestly tried to make some-
thing of his life. He also said he had
never beeii tempted to do a uiaii thing
without Hearing tlie warning. "I'd be a
man." . t
1 You aro the architect of your own for-
, and soul. Select some specialty for jour
1 life' work, aud adhere to St. Paul's pre -
cept, "This one thing I do." Let your
J motto be industry, self-reliance, faith and
.w., ,rau . H,,fnu"'
est effort iu one direction i
road to wealth and high position.' Dwu't
take too muchndvice ; keep at the helm,
steer your ship, and, rcuiemler tfpit the
great art of commanding is to take upon
ypmrself a share of the work.
J Don't practice too much humility.
Think well of yourself. Strike at; as-
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sume your position.
i It is the jostlings of life that bring
great men to the surface. Put iwtatoes
into a cart over a fough road aiid the
siuall ones will go to the bottom. 1
Fire above the mark that you intend to
hit. Energy, iuviticible determluatiou
With a right motive are the levers that
move the world.
I Touch uot the wine cup ; don't chew or
smoke, nor use profane language j don't
deceive ; don't read hovels. i
! De earnest j be geuerous; be cUil ; be
Superintend yonr own business; use
tlie printer's iukj keep your own! coun
sels. Love God and your fellow men;
love truth aud virtne; love your couusels
and obey its laws. Aye.
Thurlow Weed died on the 22d.
i : f.
GovrStepliens is Jdaying havoc i with
the laws of Georgia. He ha Already
pardoued twenty-Hye criminals, ; The
courts would do well to close up. Vhat'
title use with sach a willing oucjmau
power. Wit. Star.
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LEADING DEALERS IN DRY
I x AND
Large Assortment of Xadies Cloaks and Shawls
LMS'IATSiHD TRIMfflGS.-HEM'S HATS A1ID CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES A-SPECIALTY. Wkecp the best ma:dc.
AGENTS FOR COATS' SPOOTCOTTON. New supply of 5 cent Tin Ware.
Full stock of Glass
Best Flour. Meats. Susrar. Coffee. TEAS Hi
vurii. uran. jsieai. iew unmans niniaaaAa ani
n t i '
One and three-fourth lbs. Cotton Sacking at 9 Cents, new Tie i
at $ 1.73 ier bundle. Three lb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cents. '.
OVER-COATS . 02.QO. Boat Q rm n
iry u. ue sure to see our Goods before you
.-..v., .rcjdm-s. u ouyvnu sen
Nov. 1, 1883.
The Safety of the Republic,
The recent elections show an enlight
ened and virtuous public opinion, which
is cue snfty of our free institutions. The
llVer aM(1 harbor bill swindle, theshame
,cos i,ss,l,eniR l raise money to cor
runfc 1,10 Sections, the base prostitution
given to repudiation of State indebted-
,,e88 and even to al conclusive
awarus ft,ul judgments of international
tribunals, destructive of all confidence
in the public faith, the bribery and cor
ruption of the trial by jury by the De
partment of Justice itself ; in short the
general demoralization and extravagance
in the administration of the General Gov
ernment alarmed and roused the people
aud they have rebuked the raiikliiii: cor
ruption of party ism in high places. In
telligcuce and public virtne among the
people constitute the only safe reliance
for the public welfare and liberties of
Our political system, truly said to be
thevfaircst fabric of civil govern incut that
ever rose to animate the hopes of civiliz
ed man, is yet liable to be corrupted and
destroyed by the wrangling aud commo
tions of partisan leaders. The history of
popular government in other ages and
countries has shown the dangers arising
from the partisan struggles and devices
of ambition and cupidity. Forewarued
by the examples iu other countries, our
people will be found forearmed against
the dangers which beset their republic.
American lley inter.
Fifty contests iu the next House is the
number estimated. Let the Democrats
resolve runt no contestant shall receive
who is unsuccessful. 117. Star.
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J. ALLEN BROWN,
Salisbury, X. C,
R. M. Roseroko, Third Crnk Sta
tion, X. C., and by Agents at all irapor
taut Miut throughout the wheat grow
ing secthnvof Xoith Carolina.
The Representative Industrial Paper of
iorill VillllllllA 11. n u vi'iliiiiii iiiujiiiiihi 1
weekly. " Every Mine Ow ner, Fanner. Man- '
ufacturer, Merchant and Industrial man in
the South should . have it. Pays epec-Jal
attention to North Carolina's Mineral Re-1
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sources anu uoen inn justice i cur; uc
partnient of ittr Slate's handicraft. Price
flloO cr year,
POSITIVELY HI ADYNCI.
ADDRESS at or.ee, ' "
EDWARD A. OLDHAM,
Editor and Propretor.
GOODS AND GRQCERH2SI:
ana Table Ware.
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WJIUt ul, x uu wKwriuicDi oi r amiiy
buy. We mean to sell you good Goods at
an Kinds ot uountrv Produce.
W. W. TAYLOR, II. P... ATKINS. ) . j
and D. J. BOSTIAN. ( oaus.MJvN.
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AS WELL AS THE IOTEIiEST OF
R. E. Crawford, of the firm of
R. R. CRAWFORD & CO., !
We are nowpreparcd. to suply our
customers with all kiuds of
In addition to tho
Best Selected Stock of
H A R D V A R E m the
We also handle
Rifle and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Miuing Supplies
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Duplicate Any Prices in
CALL AND SEE US.
tf.S. BLACKS EE,
Oct. 5, 1832.
BOOTS, SHOtS & GAITERS, mu iq
ord r: Au work HretvlasH sevenif u ars Kx.
puience. All Material oi the best ;rade, and work
dote In Uie latest srvleH. n
Beadrmade wor 1 always on hired- Ufwtlrtntf
neatly and proninfiy done. Order' hr ini nmnipv
17 tilled. 'yffVxa.rk.- Hioclo, 1
fitly. Aiosntr. -J. J,
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