5SilV JAN'- '
r - - i -
- i - j
- ' i ,f,rm ition on-matters au-
if u I' i. -
in last w eek's
flf f f f , . .v . ' j '
ftfvcii tl.at application Vill
urGienemi Xs8eniW0 of
aUAlmenti to the diar-
,10 . UorDEX.
j. Yiele, who has spenfra
plac'. returned- to her home
..,,it,..thi$ morning, f , .
i i iTriesilay night wailis
ffl litre af cve elyf uiijdyT We
SW.u --t: : .i.J -1 ...
some citizens ; w ny. w ci
' could not sleep. Not
Wt of letters remaining in the Post
oflifont Salisbury, X. C for week eud
ingj January. 5th, 1883 . T- : - ! -
Miss Looisa Miller Miss Annie A Ans-
tiuJ Miss Bettie Mnrphv (2), Mrs. Martha
Keltler, Sirs. Charlotte Johnston,-'Mrs
Frijiik,liukt0n, B F Cole, Eq., J p
Prajther, Jobujllolmes, John IliiiixAIe
Biijle, Lawsiilpeelery Jolm Llleii liomi,
Jolijii Cttoughenlionr, W II Kame, Henry
trauford, W II ; L Miller. John IknW
cti.L l,qha aiicnei, John Hcniy.Mesinier,
EliKerns, J M Cole, W BlHckvyeil, A A
llog, E,L,D, Block, John A Biantlou.
JiMiu Leuiz, D; WXeuir, Join, W ifeiise,
iiiiam uardmer, Abram II Glieen,
'ei -fcratlespiW A Jones, 'Schufield
JiJhjistonJ M Jones; yjohti Lbtber Gra
ham, Fiauk;vHder, co!., Andrew Kin
kaif, J E Ptikii, Jolm VVT Honse. ' -
lse saj advertised when tlie above
lett;ra i are called orff; " .!7' ; ,..
' J. H. RAMSAY, P. M.
W WUUMJj"iaL'-"-i- 1- J1 J-7 -ieomw .
L3 ( ...f milliiii'T if it.
tpitjtjcust two cases in this
Lfls m'fziHg to ueaui uuring
iuHii I'eeinbcr. Oiie wasan
jprue ju tlijs place, nod the o4her
r , i. ii i.i. il 1 .
o-!-i L-. i
fji,f olduiid iK'ay;. person.
iitlc for ice to be more slip
time than .; another, tiiat of
jfniowiiiig was the most so of
nail tin pU-asure of a call from
Eiitlit', of W orcester county,
Liitlm : tslst'onpiiitfiiere for the
I .--- s
'Ay- (A .
at lliods and
; 6. X EAUZS, 3C r.
Oover Hilljcontinues.td piodncethe
jilar ainount of cold eai-lr nmntli.
arc putting iu anew pump and
Uig, outenongh ore to keep" the 20
stamp mill poniidin d:iy and night. We
regjet to Jearu ft. thellluess of T. II.
Stijlhonsc, one of JheVmill men, so well
anil tavoialilv known in luHiiuir circles.
Ivy and Cruxtelicontinne to run their
fiy stampjiiill on ore from theBiles
inife. They report the finding of many
beautiful specimens of white quartz with
crystallized gpldjn it. v
Tiib Ilowlatid mill at the Humiicnt
miue was run 4 (lays ou ore taken from
thej Bat hill tftoot vein. Tile result
was .i3G dwts. of gold. The work of mill-
nig -and nniuta-' jroes on dailv and thoJ
owners feel satisfied with results.
Cfapr. JftmesMcCanlass iiiformsns that
he lias scveu men employed at the Dunns L
l tii.iiu iniuelprepariug tti'-woi k again
on ji l ngf .., air.
huge 10 foot! Iiorii. -This latter requires
one to bearitt another to blow it. ;I re
member 1 seeing one about" this length
-which had some. eight or more mouth
pieces ;aud ; t hat ' number ; of people
perform itig.-' Your old-fashioned "jque-
anuk,jn&the boys used to ciill that hor
rible instrument of -torture pales into a
svvcet an tranquil calfii when compared
.tt ith this; device of the arch ficild. Do
not lor a: moment imagine that Tarn ex
travagant w hen II sjij that there were no
less t hah 5G90 of j these horns, on Cana
Street alone, lending the air - frith their
hideous - idiscordaui blast s. There ivere
(frums, and brass bauds and firecrackers,
but thejf were as iiolhing. Bays! ccrtaiu
Ijr all the boys "were playing tin j horns,
and jwostjlusiily; did Ihex blow. Surely
not! you don't meau j grown mcu t : Yes,
I meau to: ssiy that scores of grown in ei,
...:r. i. i.... ' .
u". ivng nuwiDg.uearos, aim some wno6c
heads "were liuged with grey, Were bio v?
illff for ilvnr; lifni And tlwrpit
alone; foil whole; droves of pretty girls
appealed r as niuch iutoxicated i with the
delights of horn j blowing as the men.
But mind you,Ido not call a halt here
riiere we?e wpre older girls-soinc haug-
ing on tUjk anus of brothers, or other at
teudantflkf- blowing, blowing, blowing.
Firewerkis of; all descriptions were pier
cing the -dark vault of heaven far ibove
...V TuAyli'-.jLA.'jA . . ..'.
hci p. uib i)eueiianug rays oi me elec
tric light could reach or pale tlreir bril
Hancy. Such a scene ! It continued till
the wee 8ma" Uours: Christmas dawnet
with a leaden skv. and n n-MitlH mkt !w
gau iainng about iniddayy My duties
were at the Exposition grounds, thither
ward I wended thy way puttiug iu a
good day fs work.' .t night there was a
grand Christmas tree lighted on the stage
in the m;.i i building, it is reporttd that
there were thousands of children present
to -see it. I A- A
1 ne iiolidays &to passing ' here with
only a small increase among the visitors
at the exposition. Theie seems to be
tkta 4tf I k . 1 . 1 sf n ..in J . . .1
iuiou. uuu.li. wujj.cs among me visi-
forsor else these are the most alleetion -
ato and atthe same time, most demou-
strati.e poplc! have ever met. .1 have
seen uiiao uouoies so imii-ii siiidoiiwii
tlnii in passing, for instance, our splendid
It.i-- taiK-fi :t In
t i s :; ! i i .i 1 1
i ruif.ri. slow va iiiipfovriiLr. jMaee.
iest-hx-. Jkiu uuiother bad
jl!iiviice onr "last,
..i : ; v, i ; i i;;vi
iiiT invii Jl'tjieei
H'lthiiiuatTon works' ovar
.E Ufor of Vatcf(in:ii-
?5ytlt- was veryjll Tuesday! iXev i-;-f-ilaving :'wn'ite(T in vain for
,aaiMHueu iiarovea yesieniay,
Job lAisr usually one of the en-
soii tlte Western N. C. Railroad,
and is jet a very sick man.
it, ami gazing tor a While at
1 ; .. . .
ilt ...1 il'tl Ilk I .t L
J. l;u 111 i III- Mjll(-
;;!'H : "Ait:, tiit-Ji
' : ill C IliOII-
. ' rt - I
.opi'.oriiii.jriy-.pf- know iu how
i;ue soeiit outside oi tin.
uciotfsjhid ot the .-World's Exposition,
t: know oiiu-ahin'g, Lou ever, which has
provena great - iucouvnienee, and has
'.i 1 1 i I i j i
itETTrosof! our citizens who
fijk visit' the - Ex position at
Tkius, are advised tht- theixj is
liillt Ugettiiig every thing rciuly
i, war drivers' strike a ad ; bad
WKittdf gi'iue importaut . details,
e Wrift-rtd. 'preparations to a coiisid-
K?eiif, so that those vi ho dela v
pa Wei) Visit for a few weeks, are
mM If it. A The greatest mis
'.".niui' eiK'iiiig before all was
t&ief attemjited-to "lift' a side
tfhn Messrs. Coughenour & Sha
stand liist evening jiist'-af--KAen
polil qoiicejd the theftHflJiu
M nustaken,.for air. . Geo;
f fctciini fioin a,, upper wiu
itdUdul sent a shot or
j Mhe raiiks of j)ero ami" pork,
i-and cditddlerSir. Slniver
T4?,1!!'"' ?Ul releii tfess
w-iuimc years; butjwith
t hi retard ks appfcicl:;
,attasJ,iMMfned in m- t..iU
te.:u serving this
d iji-ht, -with aleheeiv
.1 ;i. . . . i i
yiw uy rarejyveicelled
a favoiite in ! town
1"?S:;pi'cial.lr sought in
icu i ;...j .
j-uucrnic eases,! The
.... 1 4.
r. iu."s aiul i-xtmor-
i'trcbv it,;' 01,., ...
.t U a.' v . .
.ii - . "Sf 111 Ll lllki I
7 V. I1JI1'. .
. . fr ,
mvices we Il(.K1 ii
oukj to speak hum n I he subieet vou
wilt pardon .in 4 I hope. when. 1 give, ex
preasion to a le thomrhts- on n snhicf.
that justice demand should le heard
froni. 1 refcrt tlie eiuse of Prohibit inn .
foiiic and uoue. the
'I'lie eleetioB' ;lias
men who thoifght thatthe country wouhl
be iuetrickablSr. ruiuedmuless Mr. Blaine,
was elected,-hard found that princinles
Xaiid not man is; the necessary. fact or of
tur. llt-pupUc4 1 i' ,en w,,t thought
that Mr. Cjevel;:id,s election meant spoils
tor the victor and ottiee for the seeker
have to fiieir surprise found that "The
"besti interests of the people, as expressed
in ' jthc.laws of ithe lainl,' is to- bo th
course of Action, for our next chief uia-i?tr.-ite.
. yp- : ;
This-cult, is to every lover of his
country a source of great satisfaction.
First, because al party, that professed to
embody-rcvery virtue but wits proven toj
endorse ecry rice, was anidhilated, and
secondly, because the Prohibition party
was; the weigMt-lii-the-balaiice that
brought a -tout the re-adjustment. It is
worse than folly to deny tlie tvulli of this
statement; because-the. men of' braiii ih
the "pivotal States," regardless of pa'rty
affiliation,' w)io jhave carefully examined
tlie j matter, on ihe battleground, have
decleared w i t h st rang unan i m i t v. that
it is trite - i '
Kob. Mr. Editor, 6iuccT this is true,
true' that' l'roiii tut hoi overthrew the
eueuiies of. thisHiepubliCj (arid that tlif
Kepublican party wasan"enemy to the
bestiiutei-ests oft the coiintrv-no one will
doubt), is. It-not tairito- acknowledge:
That the --principles of uhu I'rohibition
party are 'worthy of Consideration and
ailoptiori. Theio principles have proved
equal to tlk cnjeigency when our com
mon! country was in danger. Will they
not be abief to 46. uiore, now that pros
V'ery truly, ' - ;
i"-" T. P. JonxsTtnf-
Salisbuiy, X. C.L Dec. 21), 1834.
Christmas ami the Holidays.
i Xkw'OkLeax Dec. SUtli-,! I5S4.
With myfyestjvt iies to the readers of
the Watchman I tor a joyous auti merry
season at homeiI will try and give them
an idea of howjtho holidays are spent
here. Xew orhWs is notliinglf not dff-
areiJt, from oilier
done harm iii.iuany warsund that is a
strike among the e n- dri vers. It began
last .Saturday evening; at JO o'clock Stm-
Uiy the suspension was general. Suudiiy
yvt ning thie owners of tho cars were tly
iug to ijuir thtfm -with uou-Hniuu meu.
Tlie regulars wer boiiiding the cars uud
boning jfte new drivers. The principal
streets w'ere crowdsd -with people." Tlie.
police inefficient asin most cities, and
L by. the way this is about the ouly thing
.ew uueaus Has in common with other
cities are trying to protect non-un-iun.
drivers. From the present out look,
there must be some trouble, as the car
companies are holding out with a deter
mination of employing other drivers.
While this strike keeps up there is walk
ing for the people. Its effect on the at
tendance at the Exposition is perceptl
b!e. ; - '
X have had the pleasure of meeting
some Xorth Carolinians Win for years
have been residing in the Southwest.
Notably among them was Capt. Coite,
whom our citizeus know as the son-in-law
of Dr. J. J. Suinmrell. Rev. Albert
Coite, well known 1u Salisbtu when a
school bpy, and brother of Capt. Coite,
also called. Among the ladies was Mrs.
Harry Ljove. She is the 'wife j6f the c.1 v.
jolly Harry, so well known and liked
by! the older set of young men in Salis
bury. It is quite a pleasure to have
these people make' theuiselvc8 known,
aiuV your crre8poident enjoys meeting
them very much. .More anou.
r i T. K. II.
I 0u.Dec.3llt I884, by J. Rowau Davis
esq, Mr. tiosepu u . iicx, m auumi
M. maCKWCIl. All oi jwwan..
f . -. . - --v.. i --. ' .
1 In Franklin Tonship, Dec 23, by Rev.
R. WBoyd,f Mr. Is:iac Lyerly ami Misi
S EG been. I.,- -Ax2 AAA- ! AA:
t At by lie same, iDcc. 25, MrXv A.
Lentr and Miss May E. rpwlass.
i . c. A.rA A:-.. Ax
Apportionment of School Money
TO THE iOTEBENT j
School districts of Rowan County,
FORl'HE YEAR 1884-,83,
4 At $10 pr Capita, p
f :- - - t-tt-.
i ' : -SJ sir
-rf r i y nor mi
' - -sJ l V- - VII I X " JSfy A t,. wuiii -Hit-
AbsolutelyiPure. , j ; .; HfCfit''
tliantnj ordinary kinu.-, aud cannot be sold in 5 OOuThI e - - . - -A
eompeuuoa wit to tbe multitude of low' test, short 1 ; S ' V. fcA i S
weight, alam or phosphate powders, sold only m i fK ' . 1 - lit .H'"!
cans. . Koyal Bakinj Towdeji Co.. 105 Wall stl 2i. : - c ' , f-.V 4 W r
io; 100 50
-27f.;. 103 50.'
j Horatio N. Woodson,
Jaiiy 1, 1885. Secretary.
many things which, were Ftp' relate, would;
either ccaivinco the reader of Hof correct
ness of the 4cniai k; or thatT was haid to
please more Hponimonjy speaking,1 a
grumbler. Lest; 1 should create soaie
sucli erroneous !oiii. ion. T i shnli he vt-rv
S.fc. LJ: i c Sunday
T ,1 y tt rian chureli
carelul.) rsow for Chmtinas eve. Canal
StVcet. ! far famed for ' its bp.inrr. wi s
: nw)st brilliantly jlighte 'on tlii particu
lar evening. Th? centre of the street has
a thickly set litnj oF electric ltglts along
its witii length. In additioii to these,
most f tlie euti'tirisiiig stm e frouts 4ire
i - - -.-.. y-- . w - - "'..5
H is;u lieat to g there lor a walk. Hut
itflw iH""1'11'!' hli the
I CiiJ rstm.ii evp, .t
" -vu w7 wortut.
.. .j i ...... . - f -
if. nils .?it'ii.aro. - i iioua
are thei e. ' .S:imj j sfioppi i.
iet ijiy c u r ioity so n e- y es t U rei -1 mi th si.
playing tin .leoru-j a::d a:l
Aoti tire ineiuier sort of drink
comes alter. r Fin the" nr)!!!!!! but
good humored, jolly iu-for fun di inking,
'his can be ensijrtiderat-tl by he visi
tor, but not so ; ii regard to tlie horns.
TRIBUTE OP RESPECT. '
WJtereai.'The Grb.vt I An, p 111? unfathomable
wisdom; hatb seen fit to remove by. death a much
appreciated and highly esteemed fellow citizen-.!
. JUiolvetf, That we sincerely and deeply feel that
in tire death of Dr. MARCELLUS WHITEHEAD,
our State has lost one of its mot prominent citizens
a t-nysjcian pi rare culture and scientific know
ledge, and a man beloved and respected by all. His
family- hare lost anaffectionate tmd loving hus
band an.d father, and our town one of its most gift
ed, hlghesr cultured and most worthy menSierof
society . whose "pleasant smile aui cheerr&f votc
so often brought hoe to the despondent, and -whose
place will not be easily filled. . .f
Tieo.W, That we bear witness to his unaelfisn
devotion to hlsrofession.f Kis carriage was seen
as. often at the entrance of tbe humble cottage of
Uie poor as at ihe maasion of the rich., ;
liiwi!;f,! That we tender t? hi j lereaved family
our heart-felt sympathies, and humbly ask that hk
who promised to b3 "afatUeE to the fatherless, and
the widow's God" may sustain, comfort, and watch
over them. . ;.j - f j
Jl tolitd, That these resolutions be spread upon
the MlputCj of thCfConmtsioacrs of 'the town of
Salisbury, and that ja pige of the same be set apart
03 a memorial to hl3 worth; and that his nartei,
biitli' 4aa'Ueatii, and age, bj inset ibed thereon t
and, that copies of Uiese resolutions be turnlshed to
the family of our late frten iand fellow citizen, and
to the aewspapersot the Town for publication. I
; P. ti. SlilTH.-
i JfliiV i-lnteiv
ja i nry T.ui, iso.5.
j SCROFULA CURED.
i Atlanta, Ga., August, 18S3.
My six year old son has Inula terrible
sloughing Scrofulous Ulcer of the neck for
three 3jears, attended with blindness
of hhir, great emaciation, and genera,
prostration. Physicians anil various blood
remedies Were resorted to without benefit.
The New Atlanta MediealjCollege treated
him :for three mouths, but his condition
I vvias urged to try the efficacy of B.B.B.
and to thc.astonishment of myself friends
and. neighbors, one single bottle effected an
entire; cure. Ulcers of the neck entirely
healed; eyesight restored and the Imp-comui-?nced
growing on his head again.
I live at 345 Jones Street, ani mv bry is
there to be seen. Fuask Joseph.
WASHED-OUT IIAIIi There u a sort of
pallid, chaiky complexion which the nov
elist call a "washed out coriiplexion .'" It is
ghastly enough, and no mistake. Washed
out, faded, discolored, or part colored hair
is almost as repulsive5 aud melancholy.
Parker s IIa;r Balsam will restore your
hair to its original color, whatever it was :
brows, auborn or l!ack. Why wear moss
ion your head, when you may -easily have
lively, shining hair. . i ' i
Salisbury Tteo Market.
COItUECTED WEEKLY BY JXO. SIIEPPAUD.
4.50 to 6.00
0.00 to 8.30
8.50 to 1 LOO
11.00 to 18.00
5.00 to C.25
C.25 to 8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 10.50
10.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 to 55.00
hugs, common to med
Lugs, med. to good,
Lus, good to line.
Lugs, line to fancy.
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. to good.
Leaf, good to tine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrjippurs, mod. to good
Wrappers, aood to fine,
WrapperL fani y, none offered
New tobacco breaks for the past week
have been light. Prices stiff for 3II grades.
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters and
lug smokers are in great demand and priced
a shade stiller than the quotation. Wrap
pers of all classes are high and eagerly
sought afterv Planters would do well by
puuinir some ot tneir good tobaccos on the
market at this time.
rEIFS0 MANY GOODS
IPNE STORE BEFORE W SALISBURY
WO DANGEROUS SEASONS.
Spring and fall are times w hen so many
people get siek. The changes in the
weather are severe on feeble persons, and
even those 'najtu rally strong are apt, as they
say, '-to be feeling miserable." Then they
are just in condition to be struck down
witn some kind of fever. A bottle or two
of Parker's Tonic wrl invigorate the diges
tion, put the liver, kidneys and blood in
perfect order, and prevent more serious
attack?. Why suffer, and perhaps die
when so simple a medicine will cure you ?
Uooit lor botli sexes and all nge?.
fg V- m - - f. , if ;-f -A
: mt't AAA-
. stock' A:
FULL,-- & COMPLE'TEj -
' Corrected weekly by J. M. Knox & Co.
SALisnunv, Jan. 8, 1835.
in to 15
!i to 10
Go to EXNISS and buy Kerosene aud
Obtained, and all PA TEX1 BVSISKSSi attended to
ror SlOUKllA TE l'er.
Our oiilce Is opposite t he TJ. S. Patent O.Tlce. and
we can ontatn ra tents in less time than those re
mote fiorn Washington. Send M01M or Drnmna
w e ad tee as to patentability free of ch tnre; and
we make no Chnrqt unlr potent ii Hectwe.it.
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, th Supt. of
Money Order Dlv., and to officials of the II. 8. Pat-
tent Office. For circular, advice, terras "and refer
ences to actual clients in your own stnte orcounty,
wmeio C. A. SNOW SL CO.
Opposite Patent Oflice, Washington, D. C.
Nov. 27. 84. 4m
- Th most
popular Week ly nwspper
, mechanics, engineering, di
. patent ever published. JSrery
Maidrid, Jati. 7. A church'andt con.
ven 4n4 Miy Ileuses yfer? destroved at
1$ Motnfe by eiruiqtialcel shocks Monday
erexii'. There was a great processiori
at Grriiaada toJay." Ona thousand twro
Jt from the t&ort !U inch lipru to tbtf
hundrjed people, headed by jpriests bear
ing 'the image of the .Virgin, marched
is 64m;thiug. luarly . nkinl to llicfthronffh the streets chantinc aai
..A Case Witfiout Sopc.
Jao. Bookerf Macbn, G.I., writes: "In
l87&SiT'waa fctlacked 6y the inot ravenous
sort oK:Cancerouit sore., that ale .fereat holes
into my flesli and ' ppread rapid) over my
body,, I received the very best medical atten
lion; was dosed with mercury and jktash un
lil I was so cripted with merctiriat rhei)ma
tiam sd that I could scarcely hobble aboun my
th roatand mouth were badly ulcerated, my
hair began to fall out. So wrecked was my
general health, that I'b.came a physical ruin
and my life was a burden. For a long time 1
was bed-ridden, and my sufferirg wan sc in-
Unse that 1 nrayed for death as a relief. I
exhausted the whole catalogue of patent med
icinef, in each case following the directions
religiously; Each in turn stemed to aggra
vate the malady, and none of them benefitted
me in j any. way.. When life was apparently
hopeless 1 commenced taking S. S. S. To this
Speeific I O are my life. In fen days I coin men
ceu nnprovin, aim in a snort lime was well.
My hair has gro.vn out thick; my health and
strength have returned ; the ulcirs in my
thi oat land mo nh are entirely -cured: mv
f appetite has returned, and for the first time
iu year i enjoy my.iooa. .very sore lus dis
appeared from "my body. I weigh as much ai
ever did in my lile,and am perftcily healthy in
eTery way. The eerms of the cancerous
affliction are detroyd. .Not onl is xfce
terrible malady that was preying on rajKTife,
and which every one pronounced incurable,
entirely cured.but I am also relieredof the bad
effects of the mercerjr and jiotash . mixtures
that I was fed on for year.
Beware of Potash and Mercury, mix turep,
eot ten opto I in i tut a our snecitic. ihev are
.1 ... . . .
Vfiether riding, driving or walking, al-
ing for delrrerahct troo further earth- WJ tirn to.the riht on meeting another
1 1- a
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persona who wisn, to aispose oi tneir patents.
Address MUH ACUomce
361 Broadway, New York.
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in present oivf.n -vap. Send
us 5 cents post s'e. and by
I mall vnn will trf. fr a rmnV-
i- ' v j ee oi eooas oi larsre aiue.
bat will ft art you in work that wll attcce brl
you In money aster tnan anytblnj; e.Re in Amerl
All about the $200,000 In presents ' with each b
Agents wanted every where, of either sex, of all a
for all tte time, or spare time only, ti work for
at their own homep . Fortunes for a'l workers ab
v tely assured. Don't delay.
Nov. 27, '84. ly
H.'IIt!i.r.n & Co
PoMand, a: tin
ul Dox't Feei. Like Woiik." It makes
no dijFerence what Imsiness you lire engag
ed in : whether you are a preacher, a me
chanic, a lawyer or. a, common laborer, you
can't do vour work well while you are halt
sick. Tlons:ind8 try to, but all in vain.
How -much letter to keep yotir organs in
'good order' by taking Parker's Tonic when
you feel"ua little out of sorts," It would
be' money in your pocket. - One Hour ot
irood. rejoiciutr heafth is worth half a doz-
sn hours full ot languor and pain.
HOW IS THE TIME; TO SUBSCRIBE-
FOR THE CAROLINA
LO WER for many things than ever before biowd
luicl arc just hkh anir art selling mcch).
In LaJlei ail Z'Mnii Km miim ali tia new tinpl !
new markets; i
CLOAKS, HAVELOCKS, &c.
; VERY NICE ')W0 NEAJ ARE THESE GOODS. f
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Ye have them in all g.iadcs, kjnds and price?, and more than any four fres ronil.ir.ed
ever before had at one time in our town. Thev'arc verv attractive ami cheap.
uqs, Mats, and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
in larre var!etv and verv cheap. We sell the best SHIKT matte. There can't .be any
better, as there is nothing Utter to make them out of than is used in ours. They a if
neatlv, well made and strong.
IN ALL THE NEW CVTZ AND STYLES OUT THIS SEASON,
men, vouths, and boys;, and we have the largest and Lest assortment at tbc.Ior
prices to be found in our city. '
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We 'buy more Cotton flian all the town besides. Also, vvc are large .buyers j
kinds of Country Produce, ,. t 1
f-It helps vou to sell well whenjou buy where you se: . j 01 f ,
' . ;""r Truly,-
J. D. GASKTI l
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