SALISBURY. N. C, DECEMBER 1 1884.
f 01 XVI TH1JU) ISSJUAB
u e a 1 1 fir ui i utcd is nn nc a c.. i
mi m WW r U I I fWj VI II IB U IB U U aJ
Wherein are Disputed Wills and all
the Accompaniments of a Thrilling
An interesting will cue will at in
earlv session of the court be tried in
. - . m.m
Chatham. Several years ago Mr.
Faucett left an estate to his children,
of whom there were four unmarried
and one Mrs Bryan Married. The
four unmarried heirs made! wills
wherein each one bequeathed every
thing to the other unmamen ones
that survived. WW the frrst one
died, his estate was divided equaHy
acnoner the other three : wbeo the
second one died, alt went to the re-
ma ingiu2 two and so on. At last the
only survivor of the four was Mr.
William Faucett who himself died
without issue in 1883. Not ope of
the four who made these wills left
issue ; and on the death of Mr. Wil
liam Faucett the property of all four
was inherited by his married sister,
A part of the property thus inheri
ted by Mrs. Bryan m stock in the
Raleigh National Bank. She, in
company witn Mr. .Bryan, came to
this city on Saturday to transfer a
portion of this stock to a purchaser
. mnm II 1 VIC DTTDV T 1 DH I hopo .- .IiwI.a Manila linmirM Mtnuut
e,;n mMn in iimnW vou with the MnfLutn,, t- T3 " "TT"
-mi - --rrrf ' . . i-k... -kf.1. ilrtta MlDRf SVf
MEAL, (new crop), BuckwneMf iour, T. "TwaTTirwlSwT
T A fee
rm v i- e t a nnucT ,i mmt f'OAf-
PLETJE Stock of DRY GOOD9 and NOTIONS in
' Western North Carolina.
jAad w are prepared to offer seasonable and staple
Tower prices than ever before.
We have a large assortment et
to which we invite he'eepecial attention of lyers
from up. We have a good line jf -
RflSSIAlf -CIRCULARS AND DOLMAHS.
We hskj Underwear for aH.
We sre agents for the
Boots and Shoes,
We tell the unexcelled HESS & BRO S, fine Hand-
Sewed Shoes. We have a large assortment w jo
M us dell's SOLAR TIPPED Children's Shoes.
" ,HV" v :r" 'a w nD Sea. No. 1 MACKEMEL.
.Molasses, Tomatoes wq CcoT We have the largest stock of
w uili nave i vcr iiuud . ...
JE ' Vfwware in town. A new supply of 5 cents tricks.
. - - . -..
Aucnts for the Light
RemenibsV, wo w ill pay
W. W. TAYLOR, )
I). J. BOSTIAN, Salesmen,
and J. A. NEELY. )
BRUNER, E AMES & CO.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL Y01 LAUDS?
la bow offered to Land owners who may
wish to dispose of
STUDEBAKER and TENNESSEE
Columbus, Wateutown a Cincinnati
Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Grain and Guano Drills.
Thomas HAY RAKES
Avkrt'b Riding and Walking
Telegrapk 8traw Butters,
Avery and Dixie PLOWS,
Engines and Boilers,
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Piping, Engine and Boiler Fittings Guns,
Pistols, Shells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
Powder and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and Pri
mersAxes, Shovels and Spades, Building
Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
HOME-RAISED CLOVER SEED.
to allow the taansf'er to be made be-
a a a . a .a . I
cause lie had been notihed that the
bank-stock is disputed property, and
he eon Id in consequence allow no dis
position of it until the contest should
The contest is this : Mrs. Emma
V. Morine, wife of Hon. John Mor-
ng, is akin to Mrs. Bryan, and she
claims that she has a will of the late
William Faucett made subsequently
to the will whereby Airs. .Bryan re
ceived his property, and that the last
will makes the children of Mrs AJor
ing the heirs.
The fact that Mr. Faucett died at
the Asylum for the Insane will add
complications to the case. It involves
a long string of most unusual events,
and will be made the more interest
ing, too, because the value of the pro
perty in velvet! is great. Mrs. Bryan
consulted Mr. 0. M. Busbee; and
Mr. John Muring is the attorney for
JSlrs. Muring. Hal. Chronicle.
The suggestion hit been made that
Mr. Cleveland could signalize bis ad
vent to the Presidency in no more
startling manner than by inviting to
assist at bis first receptions the three
ladies who still survive the experience
of having presided aver the White
House under Democratic administra
tions. These ladies are Mrs. Polk,
Mrs. Tyler, and M. Harriet Lane
Johnston. Mrs. Folk resides at "Polk
Place," Nashville, Ten n., and is now
in ber cighty-eeeond year. Mrs. Ty
ler is still-a brilliant woman of leas
than sixty, and lives r.monga boat of
friends in Richmond, Vra. Mrs. Har
riet Lane Johnston, who was mistress
of the White House during her uncle's
(Buchanan's) administration, is, as is
well known, a resident in Baltimore.
She is always spoken of in Washing
ton as one of the most brilliant women
of its social history. She married Mr.
Henry Elliott Johnston of Baltimore,
some time in 1866.
There is still employed at the White
House an old man who was there
when Mrs. Tyler came there as the
President's bride, and he points with
pride to her picture hanging in the
Green Room and tells the visitors,
"she was a pretty woman, she was."
The correspondent was talking with
this old servant recently, and asked
him if he didn't remember Mrs. Polk.
also, and he replied as follows :
Very well, indeed, one was a
handsome and fascinating woman. A
prominent English lady visiting here
said she had seen three Queens in Eu
rope, that none could compare with
Mrs. Polk, feme was very popular;
so much so that a South Carolinian
once said to her during one of her re
ceptions that there was a woe pro-
A Remarkable Deleuce.
How a Boy Beeame a Thief by Reason
of his Nurture.
Having lccn instructed to act as Agents
far tliNorth Carolina Department of Im
migration, we will state to those having
property of the above description for sale,
that we are in position to place such pro
perty in' the hands of over two hundred
active Agents, wlio are making it a regular
busiiiess to sell hmdsto Immigrants and
others coming into North Carolina to
Und placed above market value are
We have established a Rkal Estate and
MiMKo Bureau in addition to the above
sd ire in position to place to
vantage mining properties of all kinds,
developed and undeveloped. Large tracts
uumu in ester ii iorin uarouna, ana
i Eaat Tean., may be placed through us
advantage. We can offer inducements
Wetofore unknown, and land owners will
cunsult their best interest by calling on or
I BR U NEK, EAMES k CO.
Real Estate, Mining &
Salisbury, N. C.
Assays, Reports and Estimates on
contemplating going to Texas
. "I do wl to consult us, as we have farms
""t parts of that State, and Will gladly
..n formation. 87:6m.
spot. The bricks were burnt on the
estate, snd the handsome carving and
waioseotiog of the hall were of indig
enous timber. 8omeofthe ornamen-
bowfir was frees abroad.
The panels oo the drawing-room walls
were fiiy with im mense Ita 1 ian paint-
bnngwHh large photographs of The
masterpieces of Raphael.
In keeping with this was the intel-
lactam! culture of the family. English
was spoken by parents and children
all day long, and French, German
and Russian when required. In the
morning we rand, wrote and took
horse exercise, and io the evening we
were enlivened with classical music.
after which It was but a step out of
the drawing-room doors on to t he spa
cious terrace to look in the gloaming
over one of those vast Kuattan plains,
whieb can hardly be sailed beautiful,
bat which are striking to an English
man by reason of their vastness and
unlikeaeas to any thing be sees at home.
The mansion was built on a hill at
the foot of which a river meandered,
containing trout and perch ; and in-
tervening were terraced lawns and
grounds, covered in their seasons with
homely buttercups and daisies, as well
as forget-me-nots, wild rosea and lil
ies of the valley. The grounds were
planted, not indeed, with conifers (for
there are none on the estate), but with
tall poplars and sturdy oaks up to two
feet in diameter, clusters of pliant wil
lows and graceful birch, together with
lime, beech and elm. These trees are
a refuge for the cuckoo, thrush, and
nightingale, while a little further off
in the forests are to be found, among
birds, rooks and crows, ravens, hawks,
and eagles, and among animals, hares,
toxes and wolves.
But it was not the mansion that in-
.John Skappard. TIC ID. A. gwlnk. .T.;M. Moure B
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury ,1Mrtk Carolina
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLUTTS WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on thai market this season, and can ah
none in the
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we nignest averages tor crops and a general average second to
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
. Kluttz's Warehouse
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the only, house in the
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBACCO.
;kIf 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 op 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, SWIXK & MONROE.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1884.
FhralcUa sm thmux tor the . uro of LIVER
may be restored to ,
PlUa hare no oi
KIONEi diseases. Sold everywhere.
t 8. JOHNSOS A CO . Botfou. Mm.
THE BEST SMITH IN
The undersigned Is prepared to do all kinds of re
nalrtnr to all kinds of watches, clocks, ac, and at
reasonable Drlces. Leave and tret your watches at
Kluttt M Kendleman's store. Salisbury ; and try the
best smith In the county. R. L. Know N
Apr. 10, WSt.
tfaattg determined to continue the
UWa Dtts,ue8s at .v old stand, I ask my
fii'rm ? castome"o "old their orders
vasl hare ordered the Pretticrt lot ot
RIBBONS. FEATHERS, j ,
w ever had in store.
" TIHELY Nkw
Louisville, Ky.t Dec. 10. Th
novel spectacle of a kleptomaniac on
i a. ii
trial was witnessed tins morning in
the city court. The crime with which
tj . l. i .1 ii. i ' r
And everything else usually leapt in First Class wa uuargeu, me larceny oi a
Hardware and implement stores. 4 nave on band connle of sea skin cloaks was admit
. ,,11 utrv tit t he nhnve Jt offer t hem fnr the net W" "C Ul oeaiBHIO CHIMB. WW dUlUll
thirty days, for leas money than they have ever ted by the defence, but the plea lirg
been sold In this country . I j u i ' J I
iii caSITUntSI u mai iiic uuvuku, ucmif a h cif
Salisbury, Oct. 2:t. M W. OMI I MULALi L . . ' 6
toman lac, couiu not. ue neia responsi
ble tor the act. lhc first witness
introduced to prove the prisoner's
peculiar weakness was the boy's own
lather. He was told to relate the
conditions and circumstances under
which his sou was born. He then
testified to the fact that the bov was
born on May 21, 1863, at Lexing
ton. His mother was an intense Con
federate. She went through the city
of Lexington begging for the soldiers
snd accepting anything, from a pos
tage stamp up. And thus it was that
the unfortunate son was born in the
midst of the intense feeling and pre
judice consequent upon the war. The
mother had so worn herself down by
mental excitement and labor for the
Southern soldiers, that after the birth
of her child she uwas nable to raise
it. The doctors said that unless the
FOR CASH or ON ML Mi"1''.'!
. v wuiu iivi live i wiuic net uuiac
was hired, and about the time the
child was old enough to be weaned
she was discovered to be an incorrigi
ble thief, and thus had the child
drawn in with the life giving fluid
st eds of a most deplorable habit. It
is claimed that he has always been a
thief, and that his father has spent
the most of his fortune in preventing
his little thefts from coming: into
pounced against her in the Bible. She terested me so much as its surround
inquired witn some concern ior sne ,ngs. The estate consisted of about
was a ueepiy religious womanwnai 25,000 acres, of which one-fifth is for-
if uroc tti I lift 1 1 tin ran
U. W-IL thm I J : ft. ft... .,
it, ....x... " I i ftftiivi uiicavw6uuvHj pasture, me son
Bible says, 4Woe unto you when all varying between eood black earth.
men speak well of you. It seemed loam. sand, loam and sand with elav
to bo a very appropriate remark, for beneath, and in some parts of all clay.
u seems tnai everyoooy uiu s ibuk it turnislies no build no stnn ,nt
well of her. She was extremely pop- plenty of alabaster, which remains,
ular. however, unworked. Ornwititr wild
The same old-timer's face lighted were to be found horse-radish, rasn-
up with pleasure when Miss Harriat berries, strawberries, blank currants
June's name was mentioned. "Do and fruit called rebiiuv; while on the
I remember her? Why, H was only cultivated lands wheat was said to
t . . . " 1 A 1 m. .
a lime time aero, oniy iwenty-seven thrive but not tmrnvY and hunk.
years, since she came here. She was wheat, rye, oats, nana, flax ami hemp,
a beautiful, accomplished, queenly Beans too are grown in gardens, and
young woman, a perfect picture as she tobacco. I inquired, of coarse, the
stood beside her white-haired bache- cost of this orntW. and found thai
lor uncle, who had been so long a on the spot, for the pood of thirtv-six
father to her, and whom she loved English pounds, wheat and buck-
with the most earnest affection. It wheat sold for 2s.. rv. 1. ftd nars.
wan hard to understand whv one so l 4A iuittnM SI
young could have seen so much of the hay from 2d. to 4d. the poocf, this
, ,. 1 1 Klin 1 1 .i 1 1 id It. i oil a AO m ftft (n I I ft I 1 ft" . 1 Li . .
ftjuc f.ftftfti, .. ou vmi- iaSi ueiug oi loieraoie quality, out not
the White House, seen all that there comparable to English fodder. Ordi-
was worth seeing of the courts of Eu- nary and yields from twenty-five to
thirty-hve poods of hay an acre, and
the better sort from fiftv to seventy
with sometimes a second crop.
1 he estate was inhabited by about
1,000 families, living m wooden,
thatched houses, usually of two rooms
only, built often of willow, of which
l r . i a
a tog inirty ieet long ana ten in
ches in diameter costs a couple ot
shillings, the outer bark of the tree
used for roofing and the inner bark
for matting and ropes. The houses
were iuruianeu only scantily, lwenty
in the home village might each per-
Asthma. Bronchitis. NnmL
PTSr UMMKM (or Internal and EUm1
Cm) WW ttii(iKsm.lT wlfcit tbrtr itrrttito
totint, and will positively cure aim cam
MM tif ico. ltii..rmtk.n tliaf win urt tnttuy
HTr. ftni inr vy man. I o.-ftV ft mulutru.
u tetter tlian cure.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT rntES lnnwiM. Bldine at th- I.nrC lloam
, ilarktnr CftOfft, Whoopinjr ('ottsh, Chronic luarrbiaa. lji-nierr. (Tiotera Mirtu. Kidney I ruuUet, and
Umuci of tbe Spine. Sold eTcrywhere. Cimlara ft. 1. 9. JUll SSi N A CO., UVm, Matt.
It It a well-known fart that MM of th
StafM and Catda rowder mM in tail mob.
try It worthleii : that Sliendan t Condition
'it BBsawve ypore ana Tfrriunion.
'a Condition Pow-
MAKE HENS LAY
SWaJK 1 MkSfi alftit -IiIba1 ....a MtsaS
IPWa sl Warn saw iHSaTSIT ITTVnl SUfefl CWT
8oW everywhere, or tent bv mail for JV- la
dtntane aaat, price si.ut; by mail. SUB.
8. 0li'S0X S CO., Uotwo, Mat. ,
Dec. 10, 1883.-Ihiy
., Oct 12, 1884. 2:1m
To salt all classes of purchasers, we have made
arrangements to sell these celebrated Wagons eith
er for cash or on long time. So alt who need wagons
had better call and see us soon.
JOHN A. BOYDEN, Agent,
Dec. 4th. 1884. 1. O. WHITE.
( TAPE WORM.
Ij SiS2f German scientist has recent
foT!rT a rot extract, an afr
kTlr 1 aPe Worm.
iwS!lttu.t to takc nd s not distress
H Jd?UT. but i8 pecuUarlj sickso
Jaspefymg to the Tape Worm.
pS2rl,s hold f t. victim and
itrreiT Jk f" .DHturttl nd essv manner,
gbole, with Head, and while still
5s?eat!a' has U9cd thU Pecincin
warml: w,thout a inge failure to
? reqniTJi e: .S?ucceM Sranteed
st.: V u,u.u amoved with
" kt circular and term-
HE Y WOOD 4l OO.
Parlr PUee, New York.
3TJ! SSiny,!l, l! n world. An
C'S oSm nrKl Tbebroad
-, i --Hwco., Augubta, Maine.
HAY! HAY! HAY!
500 Tons of No. 1 Valley of Virginia
Timothy liay for sale bv
P. B. SUBLETT & SON,
43:6m. Staunton. Va.
POUT Z S
MORS K AND CATTLE POWDERS
TwSftiSJrSLi'f of Coc, Bora or Lwa Fa-
are nsed In time.
5i-PW?w,H lncree qnantlry of milk
and IwVet make the hotter flna
SATIS S. FOVTS. Proprietor.
FOUTZ'S Horse and Cattle Powders st
11.75 per doz. at E VNIFS Drug Store.
A Good Natured bus Unnecessary
To the Raleigh Chronicle :
Having seen in your paper a paragraph
signed "Republican," stating that Maj.
Mack Robbius and Gen. Bob. Vance both
were caudidates for the Revenue collect-
ship in the 6th District, I asked the Ma
jor about it. He replied :
"I suspect Tke Young started that. It
sounds like one of his good humored
roorbacks, and I'm glad defeat hasn't
deadened his inventive faculties.
Wouldn't it be a rich sight Bob Vance
and myself aspiring to boss the still
houses ! Some good Democrat will have
to fill tbs collectorehip ; but as for myself,
rather than accept that or any other place
in the Reveuue service, I'd hunt 'possums
for a livelihood. What I long for is to
see the whole hateful system speedily
blown sky high or down the other way
would do as well ; and I guess my old
friend Bob. is of the same mind."
rope, having ueeu ior years with ner
uucle at the Uourt bt. James, espe
cially honored and beloved by the
Queen. Mr. Buchanan was very fond
of her, though he use to like to tease
icr with some quiet, good-natured
stories of her girlish days, when she
was quite a romp. I remember how
be used to tell about her beating some
young man m a toot race, ana also
about ber wheeling a load of wood
through the streets of the town where
she lived, to give it to some poor aid
wonam. bhc had many admirers, and
inuny unci a ut marriage oeiore sue aiei naps possess a bed. but not one o
v m- mm m Mm '
Mr. Johnson. Mrs. Johnston, by them a bed and bedstead, too. It was
the way, visited Washington only a common, however, for a family to pos-
few weeks ago. She is
friends in Cincinnati.
It. M. DAVIS,
jftFiraitiire Dealer, upholsterer,
MB UINUhK 1 AKtK.
, FINE f AUOT SOITS, $511
v Cottage Suits, 20", 25 ana $30
woven Wire Mattresses, $1.50,
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewinar Machines Weed and Hartford.
wilbua. To farmart ona
it MTtntWN, rwttn ia
nmLLIHEMT AGENT in arery town
antT o aall Mr rOPUIftAE NEW BOOKS mm fAUlVt
Kara, waoaa tlma ia do fuilr oaupi.d. will find it to tbm ioWrnt
MlialMkirMaf Ma J uat coming on (ha
at mikisf BOntT aim or mil CUIlure. r r
m co., 1,01s
lay and of ailf eultnra. Write far
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
In the Czar's Domains.
now visiting sess a cow, one or more horses, and
three or four sheep : a (rood specimen
of the last weighiug 40 to 60 pounds,
and its wool selling for from 4h to 5d.
per pound. 1 he food of the peasants
What pountry Life in Russia Really is. I was extremely simple, consisting of
rye bread and stcbee. or soup ot cab-
The remark that "lie who knows only bage and fat ; soaked and boiled buck-
St. Petersburg and Moscow has not I wheat eaten with hempseed oil; mush-
seen Russia, was accentuated in my rooms, curd and onions, for drink
experience, when, on my way to Cen- they consume kyas (small beer made
tral Asia, 1 accented an invitation to iroui rye bread) and here and there
a nobleman's seat in the Russian in- tea. though this latter has not become
terior, writes a correspondent of tbe geueral among them. Beef was a del-
London limes. Previous journeys to icacy aud cost 2d per pound, muttou
the extremitcs of the empire has Hd, and pork 2id. Chickens sold
brought me in contact with diverse I from 2 to 4d. each, ducks for 5d.,
races along the high roads, but I was I geese for 20d., while extravagant per-
anxious to see what the peasant was I sons feasted on turkeys at 2s. each.
like, not when shouting "Long life to lhe clothing of the peasantry was m
the Uzar" under tne walls ot the Keeping wuti ineir loou. a mans
Kremlin, but when buried at home, I summer suit consists of a cotton shirt,
out of reach of steamer or railway a pair of linen trousers and shoes of
i .i , i . .1 i: ' . i i- fti. & ft.; e.I
whistle, and mues away iron a post I unie-iree oarn, me wk cosiiug ou. pvr
road, a telegraph station or a post- pair. If a peasant aspires to high
office. With interest, therefore, after boots they cost him from 12s. to 44s.,
driving over dusty roads the whole of and he nays about the same price far
a summer nitrht. 1 fouud nivself in the his homespun kaltan. while in the
O j J m
earlv morning approaehiue mv desti- winter his sheepskin shouba or coat
nation. " i ou must not expect to find may cost mm irom lbs. to oUs. dear-
unvthiiior nMMiliarlv Russian nnnt tkm I er. I mav remark, than I paid at
j o i -j . : 1 . . ,,
house, my friends had said, for it is Khiva, wiiere common shouba couiu
a new structure, of Llizabethan archi- be had tor lUs. each.
tecture." And so from tbe outside it
was. One might have fancied it a
Kentish mansion, purohased for X50,
000 and set dowu in tbe middle of a
Tbe interior of the house was some
what more adapted to Muscovite ideas
in that the rooms open one into the
other, and the sleeping apartments of
the family could be cut off from the
rest. The materials of the house had
been obtained for the most part on the
A chemist in Denmark who
been experimenting with the use
blood as food for cattle, has recently
as a a
renatented a new kind ot cake in
which blood forms one ot the chief
ingredients. He claims that this new
food is not only nutritious and whole
s ome, but relished by all sorts of an
sfl wBf 'sn wm
Jsw'iUa . jsfBBmaffcfB sBl isMp3awJss
il wVBHHS nsasw w
That it i the acknowledtrod Leader it a
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Kunninz.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
A YD IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do aay and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO..
For sale by KLUTTZ 4 RENDLEMAN
'84 W:ly. Salisbury, N. C.
anonx br iwxe. pbe? w. c coart, sbo
Total Assets, $710,746.12.
A Home (Jornpajiy,
Seeking Home Patronage
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-lialfeash and bal
ance in twelve month.
J. ALLEN BROWN, An.,
23.6m. Salie'.Mir; N. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Wrichts Indian Vegetable Pills
t" H TDK
And all Bilious Complaints
rtale t4 tukf. twine purely 'iNf: no grif
lug. Price iSt la. Ail lrua?lati.
All persons haying claims against tbe
nY 'Adam T. KlatU, dee'd,, sre here-
bf aotified to present the same lo the no-1 DEBTORS OF BERNHARDT BROS :
w i L , a n W a U h 1 SI V OT i
' ' I ilft.,1 .. Ki-. ffivm ( T
All persons maeoieti iu m
Bernhardt Brothers must settle up on or
li.fr the 20th day of November. 1884.
No further indulgence will be given.
KERR CRAIGE. Assignee
of Bernhardt Bros.
nn or before the iivtu itsy
October 1885, or this notice will be plead
ed ia bar of their recover?.
A. M. CRUSE, Adm'r.
Oct. 4rh, 18S4. 3w.
per of all kinds at ENKI8S
and writing ps-