3Ur ... :il'S ot the C'-WJ
r.,r inform on on matters ad-
eR f n r lll please jty--'ivembea
5t - O
took, the re-
ire built at
-mf 1 " I . MA . . . . I. a
hut A;. me
Not ' , . . w,l. xv ma 11 a 111 I'll
,vnC,ed here ium w-,
L. Rasl.iud'a tobacco seeds
in this laicr, are the best
auters can . -
r l :..., ur ia ti lie 1 Mill V
-thciu HSotm "
at the proper season.
suspends fo- twenty
ordinance against the explosion
14 i . TIia tiiiM! is' limit-
W.. i.nli.v t.i mil- frii-iiils
patrous tlie conipiiinenrs 01 me
JMay tiny enjoy it better thau
I i&i and live to see the return ot
and may their le-uuious be
at each return.
ffeogret to learn that the injury to
.. ,(.. iir which we mentioned
..-.t lias resulted in death, taiij
Tm-fiday morning this estnuaoie uioy
ifsed away e -uui
i 1 : ..... ,j . ) ii i iiii'jiit 1 1
L the live and property or others..
Ed. Simonton, a poor half-witted color
ed many aged about 45 or 50 year, frozed
to death in his bed last Thursday night,
the coldest of all the nights of the present
winter. He had been in the habit of
bulging id the Ilnrtmau Mill House, iu
the North Ward; and some ono passing
the place Friday morning, saw his lifeless
body, and reported the case to Coroner
D. A. At well, who, with a jury of inquest,
inquired iuto the eause of death, and
found as above stated. The negroes in
the neighborhood knew of his bein' there,
but none weut to look after him. lie was
well and out Thursday evening. On
examination of the place where he stayed
at night, there was found meat aud bread
in plenty, stored away for use when need
ed. He had uo bedding except a quilt
and his body was found lying on that.
We desire to correct an erroneous im
prcssiou in regard to the labors of Mr.
Chtrke, who has been writing up a sketch
of the county of Rowau aud town of Salis
bury, ajid the business men thereof. Some
persons seem to think that Mr. Clarke is
iu our employ. It is wholly a work of
his own on which lie is engaged, and the
only connection we have in it, was an
agreement to publish his sketches when
completed, aud furnish extra copies of
the paper containing them to such as
might order them at 2i cents per copy
We pay Mr. Clake nothing aud he pays
us nothing. If he fails to famish the
sketches we shall fail to publish them, of
course. And when we have stated that it
is entirely nu enterprise of Mr. Clark's
from beginning to end, undertaken on his
owu motion, we have paid enough we trust
to correct any misapprehension on the
dallied, hesitated aud finally refused to
accede to rite deniaud.
Meantime Receiver Long was at work,
and finally got evidence satisfactory that
Rollins and McLoud had Violated the In-
ijnnction aioresaui aim nau sow 5114,000
of bonds, part of the assets of the western
EvanstoN, Iix., Nov. 26, 1334.
,t ... If If". 1 ifh tart u .
10 the rAMor varvitHu,
Dear Sir: WMII you please give space
tii An-liuud item t I believe it will do
ifiKHl and help M aennse which all Chris
tian people must feel a deep Interest In.
We count confidently 00 the sympathy and
division. He at once took out proceed- ! j,ejp 0f Missionary leaders. Already nia-
I SurrKKV. Mouday morning this part
the world was covered with ice, aud
alking (Mi sidling ground was both
kfflcult and dangerous. One ot the bach-
llor merchants ol tins place gave prooi
fhowinudt easier it was to move 011
jl-fours than ertct as usual, t orrunaieiy
here were no young uuiies mil
uij parade anTl confuse him by their
tiatliug eyes aud rattling laugh.
Christmas Coon in largelpiantiUes
id of every conceivable kind, may be
biiml in the shops and stores of our town
BaerbtftiiuV, Parker's, Harris', Brown's
i three Drug Stoics, are perhaps more
homughly and variously stocked ; but
Saskill, Klnttz & Kendleman, Jones &l
(dubbins, the Merouey's- aud li. J.
Holme are prepared to furnish anything
1 the Clothing Line. It is w orth a visit
1 Salisbury to call around and 'ee the
Iretty and good things to be lound at
T. K. BRCNEB. K. M. EAMKS. JR.
At Gold Hill they are keeping the
water down to the 750 foot level aud it
is reported they will resume operations
ou a large scale after January 1885.
Mai. Hoinar was in the city ou the 23d
and told us he had seen a piece of silver
ore (which from it description must be
black sulphuret of silver) from oue of
our western counties, that rail as high
as $5,000 per ton in silver. The Major
reports the finding of a galena mine in
the mountains, aud oue man taking out
$500 worth of mica iu one week.
The Phceuix, Rudiaill, Hoover Hill
Biles, Hunnicut, Keiuier, Capps Hill, St
Catherine, C rowel 1 and ninny other small
placer diggius are at present the produ
cers of bullion iu our State.
ings to attach them for contempt of court,
and force them to pay over. After te
dious delays the hearing was reached
before Judge Graves at Moi gaiitou, Sept.
12, and Judge Graves found that
they had wilfully disobeyed the orders
of the court and were guilty of contempt.
Ie thereppon fined them and required
lhem to pay over such sums' as were ad
mitted to be iu their bauds, leaving sums
disputed to an account to be taken.
From this judgment RofTius and Mc-
Loud again appealed and the Supreme
Court atliruied Judge Graves' decision.
Thereupon at the last term of McDowel
court Mr. Long got his judgment abso
lute for near $12,000 to be paid by Rol
lins and McLoud on or before December
1, 1334, or stand committed to the com
mon jail of McDowell till it was paid.
Recently this part of the judgment lias
been paid iuto bis bauds.
Swepson appropriated the proceeds of
nearly $7,000,000 bonds issued for the
benefit of this road and invested them iu
Florida and elsewhere. The manage
ment of the road after Swepsou was a
grab game. The , Hue was not built.
Those who invested iu it and did the
work on it, got no pay. The Legislature
abolished it to stop swindling. The
above $12,000 is the first money that has
ever been successfully traced and collec
ted for the beneficiaries since the gigantic
swindles began; although two commit
tees ot the Legislature investigated and
reported iu their books, called the ''Fraud
Receiver Long will press the account
against Rollins aud McLoud and expects
to unearth the whole business. He has
sued the Western North Carolina Rail
road Company, iu Iredell, for $325,000,
as part of the assets of the western divis
ion. His management of this matter through
out reflects infinite credit upon Mr. Long.
Single handed and alone, aud prosecu
ting it with his owu money, he lias con
ducted this case with zeal aud ability
not often witnessed, and has fairly earn
ed the thanks of the stockholders and
creditors iu whose interest he has been
acting. It i.s clear from the result al
ready achieved iu the face of tremendous
odds, that iu appointing him to this re
ceivership Judge Gilmer made 110 mis
take in his man. Landmark.
ny of tliem have expressed their earnest
interest in our plans. W th high regards,
Fbaxcks E. Willakd.
World' C. T. Union.
The National V. C. T. Uuiou has taken
preliminary steps towards seem ing iu all
parts of the world, a concert of prayer
for the temperance cause. The noon hour
of each day has been designated, ever
since the crusade, as a time for individ
ual lifting up of heart, and row it is sug
gested that in additiou to this, Thursday
afternoon be the time for a Tempereuce
Prayer meeting, to be held weekly or less
often, as may be determined in the dif
ferent localities. Thus concerted uraver This povrder never vanes. A marvel of purity
by women in all nations tor the overthrow than uie ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition wiui tire multitude ot low iest. short
weient, alum or pnosuuate powuers. Sold only in
of the poison habits of all races, is reu
dered possible, and we urge atteutiou to ?os- Y Bakinu powdbk Co.. m Wall su x
this as the very best kiud ot a beginning.
The temperauce ladies have consulted WASHED-OUT HAIR. There is a sort of
with leading missionaries, as well as pallid, chalky complexion which the nov-
workers in the great cause, aud have
found help and encouragement on every
hand. They have also appointed Mrs
Mary C. Leavict, of Boston, who has for
a year been working on the Pacific coast
under the auspicies of the Xatioual W. C.
elist call a "washed out complexion." It is
ghastly enough, and no mistake. Washed
out, faded, discolored, or part colored hair
is almost as repulsive and melancholy.
Parkers Hair Balsam will restore Colli'
hair to its original color, whatever it was
browc, auborn or black. Why wear moss
FULL from TOP to BOTTOM !
NEVER SO MANY GOODS
f - - .
IN ONE STORE BEFORE IN SALISBURY
Salisoury Toiacco Market.
COKltECTED WEEKLY BY JXO. RUElTABt).
on vour head, when vou mav easilv have
. . . 1 : w y
l . union, w niawe a rccouuoissanceiu me lively shinins hair.
the Sandwich Islands, Austiaiha, and
perhaps Iudia, China, and Japan, visiting
the missionaries of those con tries and en
deavoring to introduce the Union meth
ods and to provide lor a helpful inter
change of sympathy and work by which
the influence of the gospel temperance
movement shall belt the world. May this
earnest, gifted, Christian lady be abun
dantly blessed in her gospel embassy,
and tind a welcome iu the hearts aud
homes of Christians everywhere.
4.50 to G.00
G.0O to 8.50
8.50 to 11.00
11.00 to 1S.00
Lugs; common to med.
Lugs, med. to good,
Luj;s, good to hue,
Lugs, tine to fancy.
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. to good,
Leaf, good to tine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, iroocl to line,
W rappers, nne,
Wrappers, fancy, none offered.
New tobacco breaks for the past week
have been light. Prices stiff tor all grades.
Good, rich, waxy tillers, smooth cutters and
lug smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade stiller than the quotation. Wrap
pers ot all classes are hiuh and eagerly
sought after. Planters would do well by
putting sonic of their good tobaccos ou the
market at this time.
V 4 ,9 m.
sjr : .... ..
5.00 to 0.25
G.25 to 8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 10.50
1G.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 to 35.00
List ok Lkttkks remaining iu the Post
hit m Salisluirv, :'. C. for week eniHnc
pisSallWOi in, oi a ( Icninre. i'atiie
liufftoii. Katie McClenen Lorina Mil-
nr.- XaoBfii Black v el !. .Ida Cra w had . U. it-
Cowii, Mattic llairaton, Evey Hone
lur, Hareuce C. Haves. Miss Earuhait.
Uke Grains (tornu i 1 M iss gallic ( !artei J,
paQuhnt, Mrs. E I) Miller 2. Mrs.
fmek Bernhardt, Mrs. Margaret Uost,
te. 8 H Cooke, Mrs. Elizabeth Eddle
naii.Mosrst hamturs, Esq. 2, Win. Car-
p.Ruut. Clark, W L': ist, O S Boiiam, A
lauaon, Messrs. Fletcher Hall fc.Wal-
N, Mis. Susan Hart, J F Walton, Jay B
rwier p W Garron, R M F.azier.
W Leach, IsAac Griggs, Thos. Gooch.
Kelly, Joseph A Peeler, Frank Hen
foil, Bob McGlenuan. C V n Pir
FHeilig.-Car Cowaim nii'
m Miller. Jas.'MilhM- T T. n i....
"lackwell, Jas. G Prafnn -i c a
'Wgff, W D Warren. Msfi,s n.ni.1
k Co., Wml Hedinger.
advertised when the alove
ter are called for.
J- II- Ramsat, Post Master.
Married: In St. Enoch's church, this
county, on Dec. 14,4834, by the pastor,
Rev. W. A. Lutz, Mr. Wilborn E. Over
cash aud Miss Laura J. Cavin, both of
At well township. ,
.sr. Knoch's cluirch is being furnished
u ith a clock and a fine carpet for the aisles,
and she space around the chancel, at a
cost of about
1 he Sunday School at this place is pre
paring for a Christmas festival, at which
it is proposed to discuss the -"Sin ol
'drunkenness." We have the promise of
several speeches on this great curse ol
our nation and people. We bespeak a
very interesting time. Each scholar will
receive a present of a good book. AH arc
invited. Exercises be"iu at 11 o'clock, a.
in. W. A. L.
Till" USD AT CIlhlSTMAS.
Yf Cr stemas day on Thursday be.
A wyndy wy liter see shalle yee.
Of wyndes and weders .ill wiecked.
And harde tempests strong and thycke.
The somer shall be good and drye,
Corny s and bestes shall multyplye;
That yere ye good londes to tylthe.
And kyngeji and prynces shall dye by
WJint ehyle that day borne bee.
lie shalle have hajpe ryght well to thee.
Of dedes he shall be good stabylle.
Ofspecheaud tonge wyse reitaouabylle.
Who su that day any thefte abowte.
He shalbe shente whythowtyn dowte:
Afll yl sckenea ou that da' belyde,
i l slml sont' tro thee glyde.
Hiuleian Ms, loth Century.
St. Anthony's Fire.
A Well Known Attorney
Brunswick, Ga., June 20, 1884. Edi
tors Constitution : I desire to make pub
lic, through your columns, my ex per
ieuce with a remedy which is made iu
your citv. In the early part of Februa
ry last, after a three week's visit north
iu inclement weather, 1 was attacked
with inflammatory rheumatism of severe
tvoe tn v first serious illness with the
exceptiou of yellow fever in 187G) in
fourteeu vears. When taken I was 111
robust health, weighing llo pounds, but
somewhat woru and weary with over
work. 1 was treated first with acids,
then with alkaline remedies each fur
nishing temporary partial relief from
pain, which returned with increased
severity at the slightest change iu the
weather, and each new attack was prece-
A wl I t i 1 . 1 1 1 41 111) .1 1 d w w 4i 1 1 1 r i'd-t ii 1 1'
In three weeks my weight was reduced LAMr CrilMNliYS
Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
Safe to take, be i purely vegetable; no grip
ing. Price 25 cts. All Druggists.
Creat danger attending the use of
laWp8 ha8 rery forcibly
TOjwl on the minds of the citizeus of
P tt Iu the riWl. t 11.....
ES1"? eUewhero il this paiier.
Jrfle accidents should Van,
rnSTT kt,os" to be very
, - sparing and handling the
ST. 'I'oald be refilled,
Mil 5?" wick8 RroPy trimmed
iu y light. If the wick
8811 &Uorait is best to
out j "8 rather than to blow
tyJ! BOcj,ge8htuld you blow in
n zir. tiie f'-
. . -i'..(,ions are nior immi.
is uot so clear.
I e flam
14 iQ t, tu ' sometimes gener-
m IU. s' u 18 wel1 to remember
m u 1 , wc,ue Ucto, hand how
Uant . U1 Cllse of au ciet-
WP'eu , JTU,entlJ done this, and
Wfce Ji UU"U did Uot foke her,
mH fughtUie tire, uuaid-
"ur, '' had subdued it
ro Pwsonaud the clothing in her
, . n vas in ,h.ri. .1.:- .1 .
"leat ",M uiai sue sus-
Hlif II 1 lllj'Uie!s w,,ich t hr
ImuZ L,0,c touduct nnderthe
Hi i- " '"-VY voca CHILD It RV
Vn"nlde'h by using Shriner's
Aii Int crest ing Railroad Case.
History of the Recovery of $12,1)00 or the
Stockholders in the Western Division of
the Western 2korth Carolina Railroad.
Iu the spring of 1830, Mark Young, a
stockholder, for himself aud all other
stockholders and creditors of the late
western division of the W. X. C. li. R.
Co., brought suit iu McDowell Superior
Court against W. W . Kolliiis, president
aud C. M. McLoud aud others, directors
of said railroad company, for the purpose
of obtaining the assets of said company,
aud having a receiver appointed for said
railroad, who should hold aud collect the
asscsts aud apply them. 1st, to the debts
of tire road, 2ud, to payment of stock
holders. The road was incorporated iu 1868. Its
object was to build the Hue from the
French 15 road to Duck tow 11 aud Paint
Rock. The eastern division extending
from Salisbury to the Freueh Broad, was
Wl J '"IIP. li o. a. Y
'Jllil! ' h,nd if U3uU wcordin-
a distinct organization, swensou and
Littlefield manipulated the western di
vision iu its birth aud Rollins was its
boss when it died by act of March, 1879,
whereby it was merged into the eastern
division, the eastern division by the act
becoming a receiver for the benefit of tl e
creditors of the western division. Rut
the act of 1880 special session sold out
the Western North Caralina Railroad Co.,
eastern division, thereby destroying the
legislative receiver. Hence the necessity
of a receiver as sought iu Young vs. Rol
lins et als.
Ou J u lie 15th, 1880, Judge Gilmer ap
pointed a receiver in Young vs. Rollins,
of the Western division, in Mm person ot
Mr. Benj, F. Long, of Statesville, and
restrained andr enjoined the defendants,
Rollins aud McLoud, who were ""ob
bling" the assets, from dispussing of them
to turn them over to the receiver. The di
fendauti, Rollins and McLoud, appealed
and the Supreme Court sustained the de
cree of Judge Gilmer. The receiver learn
ed of his appointment in Mareh, 1882.
aud filed his bund at once and demanded
the effects aud assets of the road from
Rollins ami McLoud immediately.- They Chestnut St.
Mr. W. S. Jones, a woll to do farmer
who lives flour miles from Elberton, Ga.,
is highly esteemed by nil who know him.
He is 73 years old, and is a conservative
mail is by no means au enthusiast on
any subject, yet he says to a reporter:
"I am satisfied that I would not be alive
today had it not been for Swift's Specific.
About thirty years ago I broke out w ith
what the doctor's called St. Antony's
Fire. Under medical treatment 1 got
temporary relief, but soon the same dis
ease or a very similar one broke out iu a
more aggravated form. The doctors gave
it another name aud treated me so that
the erupt iou disappeared for a time, but
the effects of the medicine were worse
than the disease itself (the effect of pot
ash and mercury mixtures is always bad)
when shortly afterward a much worse
type of the same disease broke out. I
became satisfied that the potash mixtures
I had take.i had me elv driveu the disease
fui tlier into my system and blood, making
aunosc a wrecK ot me. I repeatedly
changed medical adviseis, all to no pur-
pese. I continued to grow worse and
weaker. At regular inter vals this dreadful
skin disease woi 1 1 break out afresh, each
time in more intensified form. For a rear
I was bedridden, aud had to give up look
ing alter my business entirely. About a
year ago I was advised by a friend to take
bwitt s gpecint (8. 8. S.) With the first
bottle my general health began to improve.
The Swift's Specific droveout the poisoned
blood which the potash mixtures had
driven iuto my system. I broke out in
pimples and blotches when the poison was
coming out. These all soon passed
aw a. The medicine at once gave me new
hope, my spirits rose, my general health
improved in every way. Mv7 digestion, i
...1. : j. 1 j 1 -. . - .0 1
wiiii-ii uui oeen so injured by the use of
potash mixtures, was rapidly improved
oy awns specific, and for the
first time in years I enjoyed my food. My
appetite increased, and I continued to gain
strength and flesh until I weigh more than
I have in forty years, and Iccl as hale and
hearty as I did when I was a boy. The
Swift's Specific has benefitted nie in every
way, and I know it has added several years
to my life. While I am 73 years old, and
therefore living on borrowed time, I feel
that a new career is before me. No amount
of money could purchase from me the
years that have been added to my life bv
this valuable medicine. I hope vou will
piflrlisli this that others, and particularly
wiu mc, may Know or ine value of
reuicuy. ur. m. m. KJarr. 1 rucrfrii ..i
Messrs. Switt Bros., merchants, at Elberton
know me well and are familiar with my
siekness, and the wonderful relict I have
had from the use of Swift's Specific."
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to applicants.
Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta
Ga. N. Y. office, 159 W. 23d St.. bet nth
and 7th Aves. Philadelphia nfX loni
to loO pounds. 1 bad no appetite nor
strength, and was growing weaker each
day. I continued changing mcdieiues,
and was finally advised by physicians
after seven weeks ot continued treatment,
that mv oulv hope ot speedy recovery
wus to visit the White Sulphur Springs
in Florida atrip which aud other con
si derations did uot permit. In the Sa
vannah News I saw au article from .Ma j.
Sidney Herbert, stating that he had been
releived ot rheumatism by Switt s Spe
cific, and I at once commenced to take it
In three days I began to improve, and in
three weeks I was free from disease aud
attending to business. My appetite re
turned aud I rapidly regained the lost
fUesh. I have waited this lon to bo sure
that my relief was permanent. Should
any of your readers be suffering from
like mental and physical prostration, and
be . induced by my experience to tiud
relief, I should be glad.
C. P. Goodyear, Attoruy at Law.
Our Treatise 011 Blood ami Skiu Dis
eases mailed free to applicants.
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlan
ta, Ga, 159 W 23d St N Y, aud 1205 Chest
nut St., Phila.
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y - y'"j
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Salisbuuv, Dee. 25, 1884.
TWO DANGEROUS SE.VSONS.
Spring and fall are times "when so many
people get sick. The changes iu the
weather are severe on feeble persons, aud
even those naturally strong are apt, as they
say, uto be feeling miserable." Then they
are just in condition to be struck down
with some kind of fever. A bottle or two
of Parker's Tonic will invigorate the diges
tion, put the liver, kidnejs and blood iu
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My six year old son has had a terrible
sloughing Scrofulous Ulcer of the neck for
three years, attended with' blindness, xss
of hair, great emaciation, and genera,
prostration. Physicians and various blood
remedies were resorted to without benefit.
The New Atlanta Medical College treated
him for three months, but his condition
grew worse. u
I was urged to try the efficacy of B.B.B.
and to the astonishment of myself friends
and neighbors, one single bottle effected an
entire cure. Ulcers of the neck entirely
healed ; eyesight restored, and the hair
commenced growing on his head again.
I live at 345 Jones Street, and my hoy is
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" " " 4 days ext. service 8 00
" " mileage 10 50
per diem 34 00
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per diem 34 00
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J G Fleming, 227 miles
L W Coleman, 32 J
Thos. J Sumuer, 210
Horatio N. Woodson, Clerk.
Nov. 25, 1884 4 w
We have them in all gjades, kinds and prices, and more tlran any four stores combing
ever before hail at one time in our town. They are very attractive and clie.p. -
Ruqs, Mats, and Oil Cloths, ;
Germany and other foreign countries, pre;
at short notice and on reasonable terms.
Information as to obtaining patents cheerfully
given without cnarge. nina-noou 01 iniurmm
tion sent free. Patents obtained through Munn
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Mr I mm rtt ,aA in th K i p n t i ti n Anuviun frftft.
The advantage of such notice is well understood by all
persons who wish to dispose of theirpatents.
Addrsss MUNN A CO., Office BCBsTZmo AlCZBICAJt,
Kl Broadway, New York.
frextntn rice.i mcoy. Send
us 5 eeuls yostege. and by
Mail you will yoi ,fr,e a pack
age of goods tf large valu?,
hat will start you in work that will at once on
j ou in inoufy faster than anything el.s iu Aiuen
All about, the $oo,0!X In presents with each b
Agents wanted e- cry where, of cither sex, or all a
for all the time, or spare tune only, to work lor
at their own homes. Fortunes for all workeis ab
tclv assured, lh.i. t atlay. H. IUi i.m Co.
Nov" 27, M ly I'ortland, .Mala
"I Don't Fkki. Likk Work." It makes
no difference what business you are engag
ed iu : whether you are a preacher, a me
chanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, yon
can't do your work well while you are halt
i rk.,ii..iiili in- to Imt 'ill iii vain.
. , -. i : i i.:,i -.f 1'iinntrv I'rotluce,
rood order by takinjj ParkerWonic when - -t helps you tm selL well when you buy whrre you ...
run f.-el "a little out of sorts' It would iruiy,
le money in your pocket. One hour ol
pood, rejoicin' health is worth tiall a do;
an hours lull ot languor and pain.
in We varietv and vorv cheap. We sell the best SHIRT made. There can't be any
JS!lb!!5 bettS tn ake them out of than is used in oura. They .r.
neat I v, well made aiul strong.
CLOTHING, CLOTHING . '
IN ALL TIIE NEW CUTS AND STYLES OUT THIS SEASON,
men, youths, and boys ; and we have the largest and best assortment at 4he low
' J prices to be found in our city.
We buy more
Cotton flian all the town besides.
Also, we are largfe.hjiyera r
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