Tlie Qarolina Watchman.
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fOL XW. THIRD ISERIES
SALISBURY. N. C., Df EMBER 11. 1S84.
& WiNTER GOOflS!
tiJ.TJ,"ve Vl,e "f the LARGEST and most COM-
wrLx.it. smock or dry GOODS and NOTIONS in
nestern .North Carolina.
And we are prepared to offer seasonable and staple
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE.
We have a large assortment ot
to which we invite the especial attention of buyers
from $1 up. We have a good line of
niRf'ITLARS Aim JinijriiTfl.
We have Underwear for all.
We are agents for the
Boots and Shoes,
We sell the unexcelled HESS & BROS, fine Hand
Sewed Shoes. We have a larce assortment of John
Mundklis SOLAR TIPPED Children's Shoes.
We still mean to supply you with the best FLUIM, HAMS, rimr, haww,
MEAL, (new crop), Buckwheat Flour Oat Meal' GritRics Sugar Syr-
cat.... Tin nnn tiincv new ueeo sen. io. i mavuii"".
e nave me mifjesi. 3n-v,i
Agents lor the Light
Remember, wo will pay
lr..a the htehest prices
t i imiTT7 Hi. RFNULtMAN.
W. W. TAYLOR, J
D. J. BOSTIAN, Salesmen.
Bet 16, 1 884.. and J . A. IN r.t L, l . )
New Orleans Letter.
New Orleans, Dec. 3, 1884.
Since my last the work of making
ready, both on the management of the
Exposition and of the exhibitors, has
advanced very materially. May I not
add that the advancement must con
tinue until the material is all in place,
and my humble opinion is to the ef
fect that the glorious sun will n-o down
on he hew born year of '85 e'er all
is reaci-and the greatest Exnosition eration to ! within W ...,wls le-
ever known to the world's hislorv mav 1 eritimate invi-.mnr
be pronounced complete.
What is likely to be the nraclicnl i the ground snmc thino sppm
result, if any, of this great outlay of to belong au,liAfl v...; r.aiis ..oPv.I
fimft .w .... in i-.ti.aMrrn mjuu come i very iW.neT mod learning Hue use ol
out of it: if so who will reap the re- I the saddle. The sight is a pleasing
, r. . , m.. x.. i
arranged, suffice it that thsngnm? of necessary to institute a search for it.
her people will swHl with ide when One of the brakemen, in looking under
they behold her array. Is the ear- the cars, found the head, and drawing it
nest endeavor of those; inrharge, to out carrjed it in his hands and laid it
make North Carolina's dispy of such he The man wag identi
nature as will best serve o induce m J , , .
the more rapid developnnt of her ed as Mr. b. Pemberton. His head
bou nd less resou rces, not so mch by i n- was not crushed nor was his body man-
viting capital from the Nrth, as by gled, and it was evident that he had
stimulating her own peoul, and in- been knosked down by the engine, fall-
ducing the more valuable '-art of the mjr with his neck across the rail and
his head had been cut off as if with a
knife. The opinion is given as a cause
for Mr. Pemberton's persistency in re
maining on the track, that he was ine-
Knoluvl at thp time- Mama pan he
tragedy. Charlotte Obseiver.
KLUTTZ'S WAREHOUSE .
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury MXorth Carolina
English, French and Gertan immi-
I have seen in passing t and from
::-S-;7.U have over 2Q kinds of CHEWING TOBACCO. We 1
T.l.ir nnd Glassware in town. A new supply of 5 cents tricks.
Tuwanu ui ifo-KSn.. and Ci.iit's Suoo Cotton.
es tor trur produce ana sen you goous us mn n i""-.
BRUNER.EAMES & CO.
DO YOU WANT TO
SDL 11 LANDS?
U now offered to Land owners who may
whjh to dispose of
ST U DE BAKE R and TENNESSEE
Columbus, Watertown Cincinnati
Buggies & Spring Wagons.
BicKFono & Huffman
Grain and Guano Drills.
Tlwmas HAY RAKES
Avery's Ruling and Walking
Telegraph Straw Cutters,
Avery and Dixie PLOWS,
oxtor Corn sneiiors
Engines and Boilers,
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
; PipinfEngine and Boiler Fittings Guns,
Pistols, Shells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
! Powder and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and Pn
mcrs Ax.es, Shovels and Spades, Building
Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
HOME-RAISED C10YER SEED.
! And everything else usually leapt In First Class
n i i t tr i (. : Hardware and Implement stores. I have on hand
llavins leen instructed to act as Agents fllll st.. thp ,..u,vt orrpr them for Che next.
for the North Carolina Department of Im
migration, we. will state to those having
property ot the ahove deseHptionJ'or sale, ;
Hot we are in position to place such pro
Iperty in the hands of over two hundred
jrtivc Acntf; who are making it a regular
IWHness to sell lands to Immigrants anil
'tbers coming into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value are
tot desired. -
We lmve established a Real Estate and
IXdUXQ Bl'RKAI in ttflilir-inn to the ahove
"d rc in position to place to
ltntsge mining properties of all kinds,
Wi'lopetl and undeveloped. Large tracts
h'Lmds U Western North Carolina.ilnd
atttft;m., mavl)e" nlaced throuirh us
t'tadvautaue. We can offer inducements
'"retofore unkno wn and hind owners will
"Oil their la-st intorat hv rallinr rm or
I BRUNER, EAMES & CO.
Real Estate, Mining &
Salisbury, N. C.
l , ' . 1 v l j kkv j i lilt m K v, 11
thirty days. lor less money than thry have ever
heen sold in tins eouuiry.
Salisbury, Oct. 23, '$4. W. SMITHDEAL.
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
The undersigned is prepared to do all kinds of re
pairing to all kinds ot waulies, clocks, &c., and at
reasonable prices. Leave and get your watches at
Kim i z &endleman's Store. Salisbury ; and try the
best smith In the county. K. L. B-OffS
.Cpr. 10, 'Sj:tl.
Tlic cold wpather has now effectually
cut off the supply of insect footl and
unless the fowls are furnished with a
proper substitute eggs will soon begin
wards? The Times-Democrat the lead- lone, lhe trainer is perched on a
ing journal of this city, in speaking of lexas pony, wmie arounu mm on
the result has this to say : very diminutive donkeys are from
. . i . . O I'll
"Do the people of the Crescent City tnirty to iony ciuuiren oeiweeu
realize what all this rush and bustle fouraiid fourteen, in the greatest
1 t i i ii n
of nrenaration menns to them and glee, lhe little ones are lull ot
- i "I . . r i . i ! i . : .: i t - "o
theirs? This gathering of the nations joy, anu tneir ueiigiu is percepiiuie to become scarce, and as the holidays
at their doors; this pilgrimage ot as tne sounu oi uieir suouis oi giau- are apnroaching eggs will be in de
earth's great men ; this universal con- ness is wafted on the evening breeze. maim at goo( pricei.,80 it will be well
gress of industry, art, science and mil- me uimmuuvc uoiihey is appareuiiy ain w,se t0 g,ve tie j,ens aj tue meat
t .1 j ' i I hl!i?!niio L. flin t 14-1 ii 1 1 1 r iro n i i I t
sicr uoive yet oegin to anpreciaie u,,,,uua "'"o' scraps, rei use bones crushed hue.
what this wonderful national and in- spends about half the time iu nibbling Qlie Qe tiie best
eiro diets we knuw of
i. i ----- ------ v.
ternational Exposition may result in the green grass which grows in such fortius time of year is cracklings,
to tho material future of the United profusion along the suburban streets, treatwl in the following mnimor. TuL
States, the South, and particularly to Another thing, not met with in other
the State of Louisiana? Think what cities, is the provision tor smoKers on
may be the effect upon the local cir- the street cars. Every third car is
dilating medium alone! Experts, labeled "smoker. i lie others, "no
trained in the experience of former smoking. Again, there are some
great enterprises of the kind, at Lon- very liberal people in the show busi
ness nere. une or tne greatest evi
dences of their liberality is gleaned
from a modest street car ad vcrtisement
that reads something like this: "A
present to every visitor which exceeiU
the admission fee. Admission is onlv
don, Paris, Vienna and Philadelphia,
assert that, at a moderate estimate,
4,000,000 people will visit the World's
Industrial and Cotton Centennial Ex
position, at New Orleans, between
Dec. 16 and May 31 next.
treated in the following manner: Take
a chunk about the size of a pint meas
ure and put it in an iron pot and pour
on six quarts of water, or better eight
quarts and let it boil down to six
quarts, when the cracklings will, by
that time, have become pretty well
dissolved; while it is boiling stir in
corn meal and wheat middlings until
it is so thick and dry you can hardly
stir it ; then remove it from the stove
and let it cool. This used for the
morning feed, and in connection with
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLTJTT'S WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on this market this season, and can show
the highest averages for crops and a general average second to none in the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
place thai has ST(mA15Fm(
i?If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
JOHN SHEPPARD. the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer of Wester
North Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and will pay HIGHEST PRICES
for all grades from the Ground Leaves to Fancy Lemon Wrappers.
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED,
Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD, SWINK & MONROE.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1884.
J St. .3 O.
"But our local money gain is a small charged to avoid a crowded house." it a miscellaneous diet of grains
itter when a broader view is taken How considerate ! It sounds so ex- green food, if the fowls are prot
Ifyties eontemnhitin'r rrninr In Tovne
,; wl to consult us, as we have farms !
l,;irt8 of that State, and will
r iad ly
i4 AIVD WIKTTER.
n lunMuiu u immune iu.
'll.v I... ' "
y uu'ess at my old stand, I uk my
nus anrcust,omcrft to hold thei orders
MI liave ordered the Prtttie-t lot of
HArs, RIBBONS, FEATHEES, L ,
. FLOWERS, &C,
jeeter hud in store. Evkrytiiinq will
wrnjusLY New asb Fashionable.
S:1i;.,... ;MRS. W. R. BARKER.
I uainan scientist has rccent-
ESFOR CASH or ON TIME.
To suit all classes ot purchasers, we have made
arrangements to sell these celebrated Wagons ettl -er
for cash or on lonj tiur. .So all who need wagons
had betier call and see us soon.
elusive! New Orleans, however, can- housed, will keen them lavinir the en-
not claim institutions of that nature tire winter. Of course we take it tol
as exclusively peculiar to herself, granted crushed oyster shells are
Most of your readers have heard of wliere the birds can have free access
Dr. Palmer. He occupies the pulpit lo t,er3 you have no shed to strew
of the First Presbvteriau church. It tt
10. leaves in vnii nin cfuttr tliom in
the hen house, provided it is scrupu
lously clean, and scatter small grain
therein. Fowls must have healthful
exercise in winter, and this will afford
the double purpose of giving it and
teaches them to scratch for their liv
ing. If their combs should get touch
ed with frost rub well with glycerine
and alcohol four ounces of glycerine
to one of alcohol. Study the charac
terics of your fowls, their wants, and
if you take good care of your flocks
r.'st assured they will return the com
pliment. Any one who keeps fowls
and docs not do so with profit need
not lay the blame to the fowls. If
you don't believe in keeping chickens,
1st the boys or even your daughters
have a chance, and charge them for
all the feed and let them sell all the
egs and surplus stock, and at the end
of the year Ihy will have a snug sum
011 the credit side of the ledger, be
sides the healthful recreation. A bus
iness spirit will be inculcated, and if
the children can be taught to feel they
have a personal interest in them, at
tractions are lormed which will result
in manifold good. Farmers, be more
liberal in this respect and encourage
the children with their pets and poul
try, and you will fi.id they will not
be so anxious to leave the farm as soon
as thev tret alontr in their teens. In
of the results that must come indirect
ly to all Southern interests through
the enterprise. Here will gather
thousands of Northern and foreign
capitalists, representing sections and
countries where monev investments
nav a return of onlv 2 or 3 oer cent, is a handsome edifice and fronts
oer annum, and who for the first time La Fayette Square (so called, per
will realize that the South, with its haps, because its centre is adorned by
almost fabulous wealth of land, for- a statue of Ben. Franklin) and is
ests and minerals: with untold possi- quite commodious. The inside finish
bilities for prosperous agricultures and is of the plainest character. All the
industry ; with a strong, industrious seats are cushioned and are free. It
and intelligent people, presents the is not the church structure, or choir,
greatest attractions to legitimate in- that attracts the vast audience which
vestors ever offered on the face of this gathers there every Sun ay. 1 he lode
nlanct. stone is Dr. Palmer. He is c.illcd the
"Together with such considerations Beecher of the South. Why, it is hard
will also annear the onnortunities of- to imagine: for he is not sensational
s i ii '
fered by Louisiana and other South- in the least, nor does he put on any
ern States for successful emigrations airs or indulge in extraviganzas. His
from the crowded States of Europe, sermons are deep, learned and lengthy,
Able and representative men from all but natural and interesting. He rare
parts of the Old World will be here ly talks less than forty-five minutes.
to make a special study of that ques- generally longer at least my expeti
tion in its relations to the New South, ence has been under the latter head
and it like attention is bestowed upon bile there are a great many church
it by our own people the results should es here, and good preaching in them
be important and apparent within all I, am not of the opinion that they
two years. With this in are ever so much crowded as to hang
view it should not be necessary to out the sign : "Standing room only."
even hint to the people of the Crescent The truth of the matter is that Sun
City of the South that the coming Ex- day is a fete day here. List Sunday
position presents opportunities never for instance, on coming out of church
before enjoyed for the promotion of and approaching Canal Street, found
our common interests, for the enlight- both sides of that beautiful boulevard
enmcut of capital as to our resources; littcrally jammmed for miles with
for the cultivation of a sensible feel- English, French, Spanish, German,
ing of brotherlrood with our fellow Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Siamese
citizens of all States of the Union, and and other people and all seemed an x-
for a better understanding of the great iously waiting for the approach of I keeohit? ooultrv remember there is
dignity we possess in being free citi- some interesting or wonderful thing. non,i, that will show neglect quick-
zens ot a great and glorious nation. On inquiry I learned that Sell s Bio- er xv,j0 fr t,e amout of labor and
i.i . i . I'
A .1 fU 1 ... . .1 1 A. -l . . A II. .
wiu tuuijucitij cuuio mo dhwu la us fniire system in three months An
person who wlU take 1 PU1 each night from 1 to 18 weeks, may be restored to sound
health, if snch a thins: be possible. For Female Complaints these Pills have no eq uaL
Physicians nse them for the euro of LIVER and KIDNEY diseases. Sold everywhere,
or sent by m-Jl for 25c in Stamps. Circulars free. I. s. JOUNSOS & CO . noston. Mass.
Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Neural.
glA, Kheu.natiMii. Jo!lSN S ANO
DYNE LINIMKNT ( for Internal and External
te) will iiiftuiiuiieirtMly relieve these terribls
disease, ami will pnMijvelv cum nine cues
out of ten. 1. dilution tlmi will sre may
lives sent I'tv liy mall. Don't delay s inoiuvu!.
rrevemion is better than cure.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT CCRES Influenza, nircrtimr at the T.ihht. Hoars.
Diseases of ths Spine Sold everywhere.
ness, Ilaeking Couch, Whoopinc I'ouvh, Chronic Diarrhoea. lyentery. t-frolera &Jortu, Kidney 'J rouble.
Circulars tree. I. s. juumvu.. a tiostoti, Mass.
It Is a well-known fact t lint most of t'ie
norse and Cattle I'owder sold in this conn
try is worthless ; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder Is absolute'vpure and veryraluable.
Nothing on Earth will make liens
lay like Sheridan's Condition l'oir
rinr. rtoaa. one teaannnnful to each Dint of
food. It will also positively prevent an1 cure I noe Cholera, c. Sold everywhere, or sent by mall forlSc. la
a a sUsB EB A stumps. Furnished in larcc cans, price tl.Ot); by mail. SL3Q.
VniVnibll VII Vtosaiiini I Cu-euiarstreti. i. S. JOUou. & CU., Uosiyu,
Dec. 20, 18S3. lOtly
titers inatumouth two-ring: circus was
Dec. 4th, 1SS4.
JOHN A. BOYD EN, Agent,
J. O. WHITE.
HAY ! HAY ! HAY !
500 Tons of No. 1 Valley of
Timothy Hay for sale bv
P. B. SUBLETT & SOX,
I Tape Worm.
ktZ ' ' ' to tftk nd is not 'distress-
ia,i r m)tJ but is pwsttKarly sicken
. an(l StUDeleln., - :i,fI. J ,.r
n,. . I ' IS '
t lie T,n, U'h,
- - ... AftllV. 11 1,1 III.
wsm hold of it vUini ..w.
-NMritwi- .ln a.nstaraUtiU" easv manner,
.!ive. ' lwU'' xv,tl Had, and while still
" USC(J tl,,s specific in
WotmS W,l,?Ut !l 8in-lc failure to
CdLU,U11 ?moil head.
aiuP lr circular and t..r,e
HEY WOOD di CO
u lye free, a costly box ,,t J.wX
.ix ;JMM else m this woi-in si
, H.-if -: w Co., Augusta, Maine.
IP O TT T r'
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
... 'W i J A
No nmsss will dtp of Olic P,ot n, t Vw
vsr. It Fontrt , I-owder. are t,i LrN F
Fottte's ' wu!'" an" vem'noG Cnor.rRa.
y?ru7 m J. I1, PfCTetrt Gapks JX Fowls.
i "derR will increase the onantitv of milk
VTiZ'rX'Yr wnl Pnro ?r Prrmt almost
. "w nlr" Morses and ( attle are
DAVID E. rotJTZ. Proprietor.
-C.- I f; rSEttWs
It is not to be doubted that the peo
pic, and all of them, here Hud else
where, will heartily approve the oc
casion." Granting that this flattering aspect
of the situation be true so far as Lou
isiana is concerned, will the results
extend beyond the immediate locality;
or in other words, will tliere be any
perceptible practical results iu North
Carolina. I think so, for several rea
sons : First, because of the prominent spread over the country.
position sotueot our citizens have tak
en in the management, and sccomily,
because of the attractiveness and com
pleteness of the Slate's exhibit of re
sources. Dr. C. W. Dabney, Jr., is
the secial commissioner of State ex
I Wuie Dealer Upholsterer,
-a mi WALNUT SUITS, --150
, Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and $30
JaW; ' A "A . , J ITT TTT ' Hru. AIT T A
ws- wovctt wire mam casus, 5.du,
PAULOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewin&r Machines Weed and Hartford. U
rc,:i. - t: r a . a. . tc c rat c i
mm f a TTmTlTi ff ACTIVE AI) HfTEL.L.IGKIT A ii i:TS in every town
AAT A N B Kll J and eouuty to sell oar l'olTLAK NEW BOOKS and f'AMII.V
BlllLES. Ministers, uachers and others, whose time is not fully ocoupi.d, will find it to their lntcrak
to correspond with us. To farmers' aona and other yountr men just coming; oil the neld setion, tMs
(ratines otters manvudvantK both mss mean of mnUine money and 1 sel f culture . Wntefor SWMsA
rmsto A F. JOHIfSOW CO., 1,013 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
T. K. B.
Beheaded by a Train.
Mr. S. Pemberton. a well known cit-
hibits, and has the entire control of izen of Anson county, met a frightful
the Government and States' buildings, death yesterday, by being run over by
tie is necessarily thrown ni contact the passinger train on the Carolina Cen
with all the leading men of the vari- .i a -Aani u.,, nanr
ous States and territories and is in D n . n t v v 1 -t-t-ositiontolofmnchSn,
v;trt w-i. Polkton. Capt D. K. I. Witt was
Carolina. He ii a brainy man, and conductor of the train, which was speed
make his presence felt. His educa- ing along towards Charlotte at a lively
tion, whieh was completed in Ger- rate when the man was-seen walking
many, enables him to convese freely
wiin tue representatives ot that coun
try. Mr. P. M. Wilson, one of the
best writers iu North Carolina, is Sec
retary to Dr. Dabi ey, and besides the
potent pen he wields, his familiarity
with the French language renders his
services almost indespeusible. With
these two gentlemen, in high position,
throwing their influence towards the
Old North State, taken in conjunction
with the State's magnificent showing
of the products of her forests, fields,
vineyards, mines and manufacturing
industries surely some of the good
results must fall within her borders
POUTZ'S Horse and Cattle Powder at I A slall i ot at this time describe what
$1,75 per doz,at ESNISS Drug Store. we have to show, and how it will be
time siient nothing on the farm will
to paraue, anu open tne season inai prove as profitable as the fowls.
all . .1 . I I
evening, ah oi me tneaires ana
drinking saloons arc open Sunday; in Telepiionutg Extraordinary. The
fact, most artists of any reputation most remukable piece of telephoning yet
open their engagements on Sunday attempted has been just accomplished
evening I just know the good Scotch- b en ineors of the International
Irish and Dutch settlements ot liow- r, m , ? ,
an would sit down on that kind work Bel1 Telephone Company, who success-
iu their neighborhoods if the practice fully carried out an experiment by which
were to break bounds an J ben in to they were enabled to hold a conversation
between St. Petersburg and Bologne. it
distance of 2 Ifio miles. Blake transmit
ting and Bell receiving instruments
were used, and a conversation was kept
up notwithstanding a rather high induc
tion. The experiments were carried on
during the night, when the telegraph
lines were not at work. The Russian
engineers of this company are so confi
dent of further success that they hope
shortly to be able to converse with ease
at a distance of 4fM'5 miles: but to ac
complish this astonishing feat they must
c 3m bine all the conditions favorable for
tha transmission of telephonic sounds
If it is found possible to hold audible
conversation at such extraordinary dis
tances, it is possible that this fact will
be speedily improved upon, and we shall
be enabled to converse freely between
London aul New York, luid by and by
between London and the antipodes.
on the track ahead. The engineer sup
posed of course that the man wxmld step
off in due time, but as distance between
man and engine began growing rapidly
less and no indication was manifested
on the part of the former of any inten
tion of stepping aside, the engineer com
menced pulling his whistle cord. The
brake3 were applied, but the train had
scarcely slacked its speed before the man
was under the wheels. The first sight
that greeted the passengers' eyes as the
train came to a stop, was the headless
trunk of a man lying in the ditch a lit
tle distance back.
The Philadelphia Time remarks that
"apparently Governor Cleveland is not
onlv Governor of New York but also of
himself." This is a fact. Gov. Cleve
land's utterances during the campaign,
The head was no ftnd since tho election, show him to be a
jygj WgM"jTjjjr nassisi m
That it is r.hi acknowledged Loader is a
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
AIVD IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and all kinds' of work.
To be complete in every rtsect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Richmond. V a.
For sale bv KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
'84 3:ly. Salisbury, N. C.
kii )m: i n:i v . .", pke .. w. c: coart, Sao
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company.
Seeking Home Patronago
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.,
2:J:Gm. Salis'.'ur-, N. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having claims against the
11 H ,1....',! u ru Kirp-
estate oi Auani i. iviuno, ..
A u! rrn
October l88-, or this notice will be plead
ed iu bar of their recovery.
A. M. CRUSE, Adm r
Oct. 24rh, 1884. 8:6 w.
tVsicHT s Indian egetable Pills
I OH I H ! .
And all Bilious Complaints
Male t t;iki l-:i'"-' purely vwe'aMe; nognp
iu. lYiee cl. All Oruiisu.
itied to present the same lo the un- DEBTOR" OF BERNHARDT BROS :
ned on or before the 29th day of indebted to the late firm tf
Bernhardt Brothers must settle up on or
before the 20th day of November. 1884.
Vo further indulgence will be given.
KERR CRAIGE, Assignee
of BTeruhardt Bros.
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