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From the R&llgb Chronlole
GOV. ISOALE'S IDEAS.
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and Indigestion.
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1884.
SUMMARY, BY EXTRAOTS, ' OF
KESINAUGUfiAL ADDRESS. , r
C, Nov. 29
Mimber N C, Legislature.
I Simony tojl.evatueof your
) i2i0? SS" I h o-a it whh great
N.XJ.Btaie lreasurer.,
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CChsHotie, N.C
T C Smith &
and J, II Enhiubaiis
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TobacQO Seed
I of SELECT VARI-
and PEDIGREE
I1 VVAV
fiVFOS: VuiteUAo every type-
from. Qualii guaranteed, and prices.
i ( Ui.rtt ivn tTr-rfc Va.
to choose
and m6t'expcriericed jpf l-onr states
men urging attention to the qaestion.
I Cannot go into detail btirtVnst be
Iermittec to hope mat tys icinsia
ttife will hiake a beginning, toug-
gest that at least part f the convicU
force should be reserveu ana appneu
through the counties to this purpose
tobe continuKl year alter year unm
ye have a complete network, or goou
roads leading from every neighbor
hood . in the SUte to tlie raiiroaas,
water-ways and markets of tbe-world.
J IN conclusion, i: -Men
everywhere trampling upon
all "-considerations of party ; interest
-or sect 'of. all power, succeeueu, as we
glatlly belibve, in bringing into pow
er an administration that will restore
the Untoh 'of our fathers based upon
fbe Tconstitution. the equality of the
States and the affections of the peo
ple. All hail! to the new Union thus
restored'.! ! All Hail! to the patriotic
men without distinction of party or
section who accomplished it. May it
live in every heart aud without the
loss of a single star, now, henceforth
and forever. And now, in discharge
of the hieh duties which devolve upon
me, I invoke theVul of all the co-ordinate
branches of the government:
I invoke the sy mpathy,indulgence and
support of this great people, and es
pecioiiy ao l invoKe wisuom, kbow
The Subjects Which he'Regards s Mosl
Important at Present la Oar Affairs. ,
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We must have more and better
schools, land these should be taught at
least si months in -the year; We
must add to tie number and qualifi
cations pf our teacliers; We must have
more money. The, ' State Constitu
tion provides for compulsory educa
tion. If-weTcan once more infuse intov
our people a spirit T)f education and
so mauuiaciurq luunu bchhukui,
its behalf as to! inalce it a reproach to
viv ivnrentM Jio refuses Ho temf bis
ll .1 ' iT.v.Kl t-A .Jrk AMnrV phtM
Cllliureil u auuuyi, aiiw w
of teii Vears ot as:e and over who can
not read, will need no other compul-
enrv l:ivv. Thfe division of school
funds, iwhich we' have faithfully and
impartially made between the two
races for nearly- twenty years not
only records our progress but makes
the work difficult and almost hope-
less without aty.. The general gov
ernment claims hud is" entitled to the
credit of ' emancipation; it'shonld as
siimc the. responsibilities, and the du
nut. nF it. All fears, if
any. on the part of our colored peo- ledge and strength from on high, that
nle. that their condition may befi may go in auti out ueiore uiw p
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chanced in this regard, are wholly ipie
Democracy shoutd have triumphed at
the election." , . ;
' MHowdo yon accoant for this good
beaviorf "Well, I believe it is main
ly because members oft uis party do
not wish to embarrass tbfr Governor.
They want bis administration to be a
success. Ahev want wuu m we
betterment of the whole country, and
although the times art hard and men
want places out of which they can
make a living worse; man ior; many
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vears. tne iemocrav nave nc
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enough to make mem wair, ami uuw
things to take ineir naiurai wuw.
Of course the Governor's civil service
letter had its effect. Jt was snpport-
ied with great vigor ad unanimitv by
the press all over thecountry, which
was alone suffictenti evidence of the
Donnlar sentiment dn ihe subjecL I
do not believe there4t anything like
the pressure on the Governor that
there would have been on Mr. Blaine,
had he been electetl. It is understood
that Mr. Blaine and his friends made
a erreat many promises? which they
would have 'been called upon to ful
fil). The Governor, as everybody
L-nnwR. made none. He has never
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been about Washington, does liot
know the place-hunting element that
goes about there so much, and in inai
respect has a great advantage over
most of the1 public men of the coun
try. I was told while at Washington
the other day that the office seekers
I nlninst drnvu Garfield distracted. He
.. CniJRCH-QoiNO.--Many people fail tb
go to church regularly because they al
ways wait until Sunday morning to de
cide the question whether they shall go
or stay at home. If an invalid, this
may be a wise method; if a strong and'
healthy man, it is a pernicious one. JSo
man or woman should regard the ques
tion of church-going as a merely inci
dental one, to be decided ; on Sunday
morning according to the inclination of
the-tnoment. It ought to be a matter
of principle and a matter of habit for
every man and woman'to attend church
on Sunday. ; I Let the; principle be laid
down and it will be easy to form the
habit. Let it be decided once for all
that nothing but ill-health or duties that
are positively and . clearly paramount
shall xeep one from going to cnurcn on
Sunday5 mornings. This decision once
made, the question "to go or not to go
should no more arise on Sunday than
the, question wto go or not to go" should
come up concerning business on Mon
day1 Christian Register.
Death op a Virginia Physi
cian; A dispatch from Salem, Va.,
says: "Dr. J. J. Moormon, president
of the loard of trustees of the Itoan
oke College for.45 years, resident phy
sician of Greenbrier White Sulphur
Springs, and author ot several works
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NEVER SO MANY GOODS: ,
IN ONE STORE BEFORE IN SALISBURY.
i,, the a, ofa jo con- - o .pHNoA
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llEADOUARTERS
groundless. They have been sugges- duct myself in my great office, that knew e oyer the coun
led by ban men lor a wicucu pr: . um,u.a .. - t d njg fyienUs came down on mm
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T like an avalanche. No, I think we
his crlorv and the honor aud
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of this eople. i
ca, died at his home in this place the
22d inst., ?ge 84 years.
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STUIIEUAKEU and TENNESSEE
If fARMWAGONS.
CotCMBCS, WATEliTOWK & CINCIXNATI
Buggies & Spring Wagons.
rt BlCKFOUD & HUFFMAN
Gfrain aM GuanofDrills. .
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AypitV'8 Riding and Walking
LTIV A TORS.
THOMAS' I1AUUOWS, i
Telegraph Straw Cutters,
Avery and Dixie PLOWS, j
Engines and Boilers,
ND GRIST MILLS,
tti..ioi nd Boiler Fittingsf-Ouns,
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ought to feel very prouil of the admi- Petersburg, V a., Jan.. .v.
rable disposition so far sliown py me uwr .wi,
Democrats. The limitetl number of was convicted m the Mayors court
applications sa far made have been to-day of petit larceuy and sentenced
nfade mainly from persons in outlying to thirty days in jail. He was also
At 3:30 o'clock vesterdav the Sen- dlstriols. who want nost-offices. As to sent on to the grand jury to oe inuict
ate returned from Metropolitan Hall any general rush, it does not exUt at
THE LIECTEXAST-GOVEBNOR
Took the Chair In the Senate Yestertay
Afternoon, January 21tt
Senator Vance.
'rtolXShcIUj: Cartridges, Wads ana aps.
powder and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and I ri
crAxesj ShovcJs undSpades, Building
1!iint. Oil3 arid Varnishes,
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pose. ;
.' j I. THE tNlVEKSITgr.
The Stale University at Chapel
Hill forms a njiost important part of
the common school system and claims
special attention at the hands.of the
government, i '
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all the mutations of time and revolt!- and President iSoykm calieu jneooay an."
. y i .1 TT I . ....!. n.t.l .annnsloil flint linflfl IMP
lion, peace and war, me universny i-iw"-.. - -
has retained a place in .every consti- arrival ot the committee ot escort io
tutionL and theiduty of its protection the Lieutenant-Governor that the
ami Unainlenahce has been, in em- Senate would receive them standing.
phatid language, placed upon the leg- Accoruing.y ine co.nm uW W1 ot,er man in poUt life ,
islature. i , ! ; Messrs. iroy anu ""'i uccouijmuiru , Aornnionwealth. not only in popu
lar estimation, but likewise in breadth
and power. More than that he is the
biggest man that any Southern State
has as its servant in Washington. Mr.
Lamar, of Mississippi, is brilliant and
brave and a great orator: but Mr.Lam-
ar ia a m.iu of mood?: Mr. Morgan, of
Alabama, is a strong man, but Mr.
Morgan s strength lacks at least versa-
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FULL, & COMPLETE
ed for house breaking. Spencer preach
ed at the third Baptist colored church
iri this city last Suuday night to a
large congregation.
He stands head and shoulders above STANDS AT THE HEAD !
TniiApn ninuro CCCn
HUMLftlAIOLU UlUitn fcMi
It; may hot be expedient to attempt by their charge, took their position in
all this at onccf, but the point Isought lont of the presiding officer.
to.be made is jthat the constitution, Mr. Troy said : Mr. President, 1
the great organic law of the laud, have the Honor w present 10 you u.e
that we are sworn to obey in s let- Lieutenant-Governor who has been
ter and spirit; klemands a higher and duly qualified and is now ready to
more geueralieducation, free of ei- enter upon the discharge of his doUe!,
pense, when " practicable, for tuition Lieutenant-Governor Stedman. - '
tl.rn.xrh "ihe TTnivprsii v. to all the Mr. Boykui respondeti as follows:
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children of the State. The question, senators: ineauopuon m luero.u. - Mr H ; tolI 0f SouthCaroli
then, is no longer a tieoateauie one, u" r .
it has been settled, for one hundred
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;'erAtnuie 'u"yP ..It M years that theiUufversity must live;
iluUttock or tlHUibove, & offer them for tne next j j 0j (Jtiapel
twnrdi.ra. tor less money than they Haye er . , i
.r M.in t.hM cniinm'. die. t sue must, not
m. a 5
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bury, Op?. 23, S4. W . Olill I I1U LHL.
rresiueni o but Mr;Hampton has sometimes need
e the grateful for jlis daring r Mr. Brown,
tnaiiks. it is .: i i
metal,
shrewd w
torce,
but
PIEDMONT
THE LlOnT-RUSNINO
X:. :A
CASH or DM TI
Mr. Brown is selfish; Mr. Coke, of
T'exas. is a sound man of steady
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strength, but Mr. oue mews oniiiau- tt.. A ppmrn
cy ; Mr. Beck, of Kentucky, has the JJ (J Jy 1 j
Scotch endurance and the bcotch pluck
K.f VTk RoaI? ia ! iiloihiinor num. I Tlmt it. i thn ark nowled cred Leader is
Above them all in brightness, breadth fa--t that cannot be disputed. ;
and balanceMr. Vance has made his MANY IMITATE IT.
way and his position is acknowledged
" To suit all cis
throughout the Union. Hal, Chron
icle, '
?es of purchasers, we have made
(unngeinents to sell these celebrated Wagons eith
er ortaso orSn lonj w.
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14 better call and see us soon.
dJOJIN A. BOYDE?, Agent,
. 5. ttii. is4. ' j. o. White.
THE BEST SMITH III
THE COUNTY!
Tbe dnierslcrnwl ts nrpn.ired to do all kinds of re-
4 P&Jrtng to all kinds ot watches, clocks, c. a nd at
reuwnacie Ipricf s. Leave and iret your watches at
lujttmdieuian's Store. SaitsbuiTf : and try the
im ... -k i l 1 1 . ia luttll i j w v . . w
loricauce oi my unties as
the Senate, impose ou me
Hill' must not I duly oi returning my uiuiitv. ui Pfio .. nn pminpntv
languish. The gratifying to me to know that Senators I nnf, ' - of ereit ft,
shades of those grand educatorsi4i our believe ine comeuw mervui iu wiruc
State, Caldwfjll, Swain, Mitchell, two weeks ago I assumed the discharge
Phillips and Hooper, cry out against ot tne auues imposeu uy iaw. x wa
it. The conskitution and the fathers then a stranger to a large majority of
for over oue hundred vears forbid ifT you, now after the lapse of that time,
The long line! of distinguished alumni I feel a personal regard for every
iu almost every State beseech us to Senator upon the floor. The courte
spare their time honored alma mater, with which I have been treated,
The voice of the people as expressed has aided me greatly in the discharge
at the ballot box has overwelmingly of my duties, I return my sincere
recorded their decree against a starv- thanks for the kind consideration with
ing sickly Existence which is as disas- which I have been regarded by you
trous as death itself. If then she is as a body and individually. It .is
t llvo 5n the nime of her nast crlo- uow mv duly and pleasure to intro-
rious history and ihe State's h fell duce to you the Lieutenant-Governor young persons are ever thinkin
hopes of the, future, let us make it an who will hereafter preside over the new way Gf adding to their plea-
5nKf tut nn wort hv ot -the State and deliberations oi me oeuate. ne ia
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ligntneu, compeieiit anu
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passed uy none, ah , appropriation i luijjuiiiai. .......
equal to due-half what the States of down to the honor of the State aud to
Virginia. South Uaroiina, Missouri, nis own cretin
LiiUtenant-Urovernor oicaunian saiu;
Senatocs: I thank the President
pro tern, for the kind aud complimen
tary 4erms in which he has alluded to
me. Called by the duties of my of
fice as Lieutenant-Governor to pre
side over the deliberations of this bo-
LOWER for many things than ever before known
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jsijl the IiMest styles m
NONE EQUAL
The Larprcst Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The .Most Beautiful Wood Work.
The Wat of Hipp.sEss.-Many AND IS AVARR ANTED
S over
t-smtth in the county.
M. L. BmONVK.
MILLINERY !
avifiilct
I' f H m isl have ordered the Prttlien lot ot
terriiined to continue the Mil-
Uusidtss at mv old. stand, I juk my
am customers to liold their ciders
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I.Kave
BKjjTIHEI.Y XeV AND FASHION ABLE.
MRS. W. R. BARKER.
(Jet 13, 18S4.2:lin
Maryland, iTenucsseej New York,
Kansas,,Georgia, Mississippi, Colora
do, California, Nebraska, Minnesota,
Wisconsin and Iowa have made for a
similar purpose will give her pew
life, new hopes and a new future, i
: The reportXare before us, her wants,
thdeed-her peeds calit be covered np.
The rqmnsibility is with us. Let us
rise to l.he height of the occasion j do
bur whole ddty and coming genera
lions will bless us. , i
? SHEEP AND DOGS.
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liic dog anu sheep will no more
thrive together than the wolf an
lamb. Muzzle the dogs
prosper, loose the dogs
are destroyed.
f H KAILROAD MANAGEMENT.
That the Legislature hus the power
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sures. i ney always iook ior more uuaii
ces for "fun" more joy.
Once there was a wealthy and pow
erful king full of care and very unhap- For sale by
py. He heard of a man famed for his
wisdom and piety, and found him in a
cave on the border of a wilderness.
"Holy man " said the king, "I came
to learn how I may be happy."
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
Address, '
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Richmond, Va.
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
!-36;ly. Salisbury, u.
CIRCULARS
Hull
Without making a reply, the wise
dy, I shall endeavor to discharge the J man led the king over a rough path, un-
thetrnst confided to me courteously, Uil he brought him to a high rock, on
HATS, EIBBONS,FEATHEES, SILKS,
iXOWERS, &C, t
ever had in store. Eveuytiiixg will to control and regulate these cornora-
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lions, and that it is their duty, it not
done by jthe corporate authorities
(hemselves, to remedy the wrongs,
Will hardly , admit of a doubt. The
jjreat quesjlion,,and the one that pre
sents the jonly difficulty to my mind
is, now snail a law ue iormeu so as to
impartially and faithtully. J?or er
rors committed I ask your friendly
indulgence and forbearance. When
our session has ended aud our work
has been finished I hope that each one
,i kA of us may feel that he has contributed
and the sheep somewhat to the glory and prosperity it may be
sand the sheep of our great Commonwealth. ; pheni
action of business.
the top of which an eagle had built her
nest.
"Why has the eaglebnilt her nest
yonder?"
"Doubtless " answered the king, "that
out of danger."
imitate the bird," said the wise
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man. uuiia tny nome in iieuvtn, xxv
thou shalt have peace and happiness."
-Child's World.
for working people. 8end 10 cents post
t iire, and we will maUyoa free, a royal,
valuable sample box ot goods that jwlll
.,t vnn m the wav of matclD? more mon-
ey in a low days inanyou cci -r
"i. r.t T.nirai nnt. ronutre. You can live at
of both sex, of all affes, jji-andly successful. M cto.
W $5 easily earned every eyenlns..
want-work may tesvme uiunucan, " .
rallied offelr: To all who are not well Mtlslled
we will send $1 to pay for the trouDie ot wnung us.
Kllrtteulara, dlrei Ions. etc.. sent free. ImmoM
JS Ibsolutely sure for all who start , at once. nUont
tleiay. Address Stixsos & Co.. Portland, Maine.
Nov. si, vi.iy
it. fojjidj arc: just Iobclg anb arc selling nicclg.
Ia Liliei ail CMfei's Wraps are shown all lie new toittot
RUSSIAN
NEW MARKETS,
CLOAKS, HAVELOCKS, &c.
VERY NICE AND 'NEAT ARE THESE BOODS.
Jerseys!!!
Oaugburv, N. U.
APRIZE
1 Send six cents for Dostaee. and
receive tree, a costly box of goods
.vbi.'h win hpin vou to more mon-
N ay than anvthlns elsetn this world. All
' No Great Hush for Office.
IFftai Cleveland's Private Secretary
Says About it,
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Springfield Republican.
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rffix' sud 'wm arsv hour. The broad meet the difficulty fullv, and at the
lv uTi-J Y' ur "i'iis oeiore rue. worsersi auauiuw . . ts . -. , , ,
'rOT-Al0'nee address :: co.. Aucusta. Maine, same tunes save to the railroads what-
sary-to their preservation and legiti
mate profit? f - !
PUBIilO ROADS.
We hajre made little or no progress
in our public roads for J nearly one
hundred. years",, and the subject iu its
importance is second Ho none iu the
have talents, industry will Slate. Qur ' system is jbld and sadly
UeiecilYCUllU lliiuugii iiu tucav ;caia
ia ve been ino'stau iy.neglectdi 1 here
must be ameud incut.. The iieople will
NOTICE.
rfi i.1? wlu be maae to the present Gene-
!; ! ntort1?01 Itebury, N.C. By direc
k - vut waru oi .oiumisMoners
VWYe them: f m..dprntP nldlSffoa
Miairv will mum u l,r .
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ouiuussloners.
JOUX RAMSAY. Mayor.-
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Idleness not Happiness. The most
common error of men and women is
that of looking for happiness somewhere
outside of usual work. It has never
ii .... i ' i. i. ' - ti J vof. Wn found when thus sought, and
--! e . r5 ,or omce .am . . While the worid stands .
un at A,oany yesieraay. d th 9o6ner this trath U learned the
noil
Wt it.
is denied to well
iing is ever to be
directed
attained
demand it." Com muii!cat ions; have
been received from some of the wisest
J.anr rn if von rionht thp.
agreejbly disappointed. We have ffince around-among your
every reason to be proud of the befj.- naintances, and select
ha vior of t he Democrats. A fter be- appear to have the most en-
ing out of power for twenty -four years joyment in lifeT Arerthey the idlers and
some pressure for office was naturally pleasure-seekers, or the earnest workers?
looked for, but it has not come so far. w Irnow what your answer will be.
Iii all the correspondence that reach-1 Of all the human beings it has been our
es the Goveruorr-and there is a preat I f4n or misfortune to lmow, they
deal of it there are but few refer- were the most wretched who had retir
niiees trvffioe.'rA. lartre nmmritv of A from tiseful employment to enjoy
tlie letters seem to be prompt- themselves, while the slave at his en
ed by pure disinterested patriotic forced work, or the hungry toiler for
friendship. Those who write them j bread, were supremely happy in cora
scem to think it is enough that the parison. f
Jerseys!
Jerseys j
CARPETS.
d more than nny four store com Wned
i ;n ii rmlrs kinds and prices, an
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ever before had at one time in our town. They are very attractive and cheap.
HARDWARE. Ruq5,Jats, andji
Cloths,
Wn i.u mm. ym
WHEN YOU WANT
HARDWARE
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NCC 2, Granite
Row. D. A. AT WELL.
Aeat for the "CrdwenThrhr."
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
REAL ESTATE
nureuaoce of an order of th Super Court
of LKnntythe undenaned, aoner.
will at public sale, at the coart-Uoubi w i Sails.
oVMondaytheSddayof Febrwrr. 1865, a tot
i.nrt containing IX acres. m?
rousrhs lot, situated ou the w estem . c.
SSSrt xreek station, In Rowan counMr.
T.mw rah . J Bw
Railroad.
Terms cash.
lKe. 13, issi-
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ORAn.
Commlsaloaer
OT.TJTS' BURNISHING GOODS,
oevr. o neat,V) wcll llTllde and strong.
CLOTH IN (J, CLOTHING!
IK AtL THE NEW 6uTi AND STYLES OCT THIS SEASON. ' j"
and we have the largest and uest ao,
prices to be found in our city. -
tU-the town besides. Also, wc arc .argc
. .. rhor TOU sell. Think of it,
garifheTpsyoutosenweii.wncnyuuu.-j
J. D. G A SKIT- T
men, youthsnd boys ;
: w lrti more Cotton fhan
kinds of Country Produce, -
to sell well when you uuy wc.t j
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