GOING ON AN E2.EAHD. -
. "A pound of tea at ouc-and-tbree,
And a pot of raspberry jam,
Two new-laid ejrsisi a dozen pga. -And
a pound of rashers of ham." '
I'll say it over all the way,
And then I'm sure not to forget
For if I chance to bring things wrong,
My mother gets in such a pet.
."A- ponnd of tea at one-uid-three,
And a pot of raspberry jam,
Two new-laid egs, a dozen peg?,
And a pound of rashera of ham
There Hi the hay the.children play
They're, hiving Much jolly fun;
I'll there, too. lhatV what I'll do, -As
o u as my errands are done.
."A pound of tea at one;a! d-tbfee.
A pot of er new-Ji Jain,
Gen. Keau regard's IJrqtinsts. . The Income Tax flSdl.
The will- of the late Gen. G. T. I The heaviest income tax ever levied
Beauregard was probated Feb. 2S, His by a civilized government wa.that
estate, with the excepting of a fw le-; imposed upon the people of the Unitwl
. I , i r i I . . 'I'. II.. . . - . . , l . e . - . 1 r . .
ouiio lu ioui. wneu. lor ine nrsc lime
I quests, is left to his children. To the
! soldiers 1 he onlj gives $500. To the
I city of Charleston, S. 0.. the general
jrives a sword which wa presented to
him by some ladies of New Orleans in
18G1 as a token of honor for bis serv
ices in capturing Fort Sumter. To
the State of Louisiana he oeqtieathes
'a life-sized portrait of himself painted
by Mr. Genin, the nrlit. of New
Orleans, and by hita presented to
Gen. Beaurejjardr j "
After disposing of the properPv the
testator instructs his executor to have
in human history, patriotism was o
at rong a passion, that men really paid
a tax which they might have evaded.
A. T. Stewart income tax in one
year was $311,000, being 15 per cent.
of his income. One millionaire of
this city who alarmed at the long con
tinu:uice of the war, so disrosed of his
. . , 1 1 1. l i ii. i . .,
'caiiu uiuau uiai iorone nscai vear
it yiemeq no income, gave a true ac
count of his affair to the ollertor, and
in accordance with the latter advice
paid in, full a tax estimated on his in
Two- rapberrv eggs.HviUi a lozerf pegs, J jjjs D(Hjv cremated, provided, that there come of the year before. New York
And a punDd of rahera of liam. J le a crematory in successful operation ,
There's Teddy White a-Uying his kit,
lie thinks himself grand, I declare;
I'd like to try -po fly it sky hhh.
Ever so much higher
Than the church spire
Aud then and then but there
"A pound of ttfree and one at tea.
A pot of new-laid jaai,
Two dozen eggs, some raspberry pegs,
And nfpouud of rasher of bam."
Now here's the shop, outside I'll stop,
- And run through my oMera again;
I haven't forot no. ne'er a jo:
' It bu. I'm prettv cute, that's plaiu.
"A pound of three at one and tea,
A dozen of raspberry ham
A pot of ep.gs,iwith a dozen pegs,
" And a rasher of new-laid jam."
in nr near New Orleans at the time of
The general gave as a reason for
wanting his bidy cremated that he
considered cremation better
Bringing Oat Keceptious.
The fashion of bringing put a girl
by means of an evening receotion in-
for the stead of an afternoon tea seems to be
sanitary condition of such a climate as gaining ground. It has 'the merit of
Louisiana than the present mode of being more distinctive at all events,
bunal. As there is no crematory anv-la there are not mauv houses in Nw
where near this request was considered
Are A' Curse
YorS that could stand the crush of an
evening affair if the invitations were
as general as those for a tea.
Where a tea is given for the pur
pose of introducing a debutante tu so
ciety, it is becoming an unwritten law
i,uypc ui uer inenas wno tiave
One of the tests
Of merit in the
Eyes of the people
Ih endurance. .
The people are seldom wrone. 7 1
J.&H. ilOKAU have
Been here a long time.
Good Watches, Clock s , d Jewelry
Are always in stock.
Their smith work
Fpeaks for itself.
They invite you
Do You Want to be
CUBED of DYSPEPSIA!
If so, get a boltle of 3 Cures at
the old reliable Drug Store of
J. H. SNNISS.
-' i Mothers' Fxiixd " is a scientific- '
ally prepared Liniment, every ingre
dient of recognized value and in
constant uss by the medical pro
fission, These ingredients are com
bined in a manner hitherto unknown
WILL DO an thit is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " Mothus " mailed FREEcon
taining valuable information and
5atbTrpron riptof pri fl.PO prbottU
MABFIILD RiaULATOt CO., Atlanta, tta.
SOLD BY XX, DRVQOUtn.
.-1.110 UulUllliOl MCLlOliiiifiii
The Policy f the Incoming Ad
- Poor Itomls
- When the people can be. made to un
derstand that it actually ccsts more in
road than it does to trarfil ovr nvruA been .vited to receive with her should
oae, they will be less inclined -to be-r.emMU rwnrd either to dinner or
grudge the expense of sood ro.ids. and -,ls w,l.s uone verJ successfully in the
what IS f)f rrmr imnnrl rnna still wi ca.se ot one young kdv latelv'i for
Ikj willing and anxious to put the bus- Slta.wn 8uIPr, a number of young
iness of road-making into the hands of
From different quarters we have, intelligent men4 who understand the
from time to time, varied light thrown ! business, poor roads are! the exnen
upon the silver and monetary ques- j sire things" that curse a country dis-
tions nowengaging theL attention or j met.
t in kinsmen. iu ine oun s new
men being asked to stay after the re-
cepiiou in intormal fashion.
inn 1rtst4 if I, .t:. :t"
should not b too elaborate, as it is the
debutante that should be the cynosure
of all eyes. It is iu better taste, there-
York letter yesterday there is present-1 "" con emporary says rnat lore, i0r her friends to consider this
..a r-KJwin'o- fb trmt "rnson, as me wearer ot hit arid to wear 1
atrained'situation which derives inter- ??dfJher bat C:ui t hold a candle themselrc-Ncw York Letter.
... n i .
et being represented to be in thi line nneciicui
of Mr. CleJelands idea..' The new hia great-grnndfalh
administration, it is said, will create
conhMeuce in our silver currency by
iiccumulatina reservejfund equal to j
the difference between the actuul and
nominal value of such currency. Mr.
Cleveland would also.it is said, have!
Shot While Going: For a Doctor
Those planters It was in Pittsburg some, seven vears
;et,ting ready for 8 that my wife woke me up" one
Progressive South :
and farmers who are g
cotton should weigh the subject well night and said that our little boy was
before increasing or even cultivating wry sick and would I go for a doctor
the acreage of last year. The South I "id of course I would, and slinpin
nas auout recovered from the throes of into my clothes I grabbed mv r anH
... .... .It. -- . . U ..i- L . 1 I I i I i tin . . y
all th silver bullion the government! vw tulluai 'u we nope our out. nen 1 reachpd the Hrst
J J-ll ..J U nenn A urp nut tn wihia.. ......M... - L imniop 1 rw t i
owns ceinea intv uonars, uu ttuuiuii r- .uiuHiri ucu i "ici. sir.iiiL'er who as inn.
Jiave all these dollarsfpiacei in tire t - ut me pa.-i iwo seasons "'" ie omer war. 1 cut diagonally
hands of the public, in Ueu, i practica-l "k"' wui oy unuue precipuafon. across ine street and rail toward 4hp
ble, of small paper notes. i uc .MO , grouuus wny sooer ire oi town, fretty soon I heard
According to Mr. YY. u. Trenholm, J"UK'-, louuuea upon the second looisieps some distance back, and then
IthoUL'llt. should t.ltn r,rppcitanr n, I terprx I lif.kom J T r i.
tMIIICt ill II VII mi rtuimiivj iii luaticiii . r' ' " '.v.v.v. iuii i w..vi. n etc infu. X Ielb rtS
of banking and currency, the cau of ,Te,u Yeu less cotton and more mougn someone had thrown a stof
the present anxiety in the mystery m eIU5lu"Sj ana provisions; more- !t s.ruck me on the leg; but 1 could
which tliK present administration na"ur"iett aucaia lor early vegetables no- run any more worth a cent
Hiyoiyeii woe ncaur. ii - ujiciutiuus i" ..v.uiU-..uui;u pcuuici uun u aim men urawing niV
are not behevedlto liayebeenijfrankly Ul noe l?J packing for winter eit up and put my hand where 1 felt
anddixereetly conducted. Shifty tricks, I use s 11 c 11 irucKing poaucrs as are too nie pain ana found that my leg was
inspired by party motives, are thought j Ior proniaie-snipment or home mcisi; nun blood. I easily realized
to have been employed to -hide from f consumption in t he-form "of green gro- that 1 was shot. The possessor of th
the countrr the real conciition ot af-rc," energies ot our people i revolver orw up before panting for
fairs. The government is the peoples be oeIlt mcsL auy direction other breath and exclaimed, You will rob
debtor to a large amount, says Mr. I"1." tUilt oi uimamg. our country PP'e, win you?" It was a police-
By the Quart andJBushel, chea
per than at other places in town
at the old reliable Drug Store of
J. H. Enniss.
Fresh Garden aud Grass Seeds,
Just received aa cheaper
than at any other place, at the
old reliable Drug Store of
Jno, H. Enniss,
Salisbury, N. C.
WUn Baby was sick, w. gt.rt her Catorta.
Vhea thm u Cbild,ii9 orUd f or CwtorU
When h became Miw, ah ekini o Castori.
ffbtm h had Children, she ga tieia Caatorl
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
Oldsst Pcnale Coliega in tho Scuta.
The 91st Annual Session begim September
lit, 1892. Register lor last Tear 327. Sr, il
features: Tm Obtilopmikt of Hilth,Cuau
ACTia a.id ImtiIiI.ict. Luildings Ibroroi-ily
remodelU.1. Fully equirmed Prenar.-iiorT. H..1-
lfgiate and Post Graduate Departments, h. i
mes nri cuisa icLoo! in Ucsic, Ait, Las-
CtrAGBi, Elocctio, CoVklRCIlL AD IDC
JOHN H. CLE WELL, Priucipal,
rs its -aiieffiance-
mocracy- the Gause
of the People,
And asks every friend of good go,
eminent, progress and enterprise
for support. Its subscription "
, price will be :
A Household Remedy
What's the Matterwith It?.
If you think there is anything the
matter with yonr watch, let us Jake a j
look at it. Don't let it go on ticking
itself to destruction. A few particles
I of dn-t will, in a few weeks, do more
damage than the ordinary wear and
tear of a year's time keeping. Our
guarantee is for Twelve Mouths.
Have you .seen the beautiful line of
Botanic Blood Balm
It Cures S?H"Lc.Es, salt
nntuw, tttMA, every
form of malignant SKIN ERUPTION, b
j aides being efficacious In toning up the
system and restoring the constitution.
whan Impaired from any causa. Its
almost supernatural healing properties
Justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
directions are followed.
RCUT EREE ILLUSTRATED
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
Trenholm, nd ouglit to let it cretli
trs know how it stands. There are
with over-production in cotton.
Says the Tradesman : The
;?tf4Utuuu,uuu oi green oncKS payable price realized for, the cotton crop of
on demand and; $17a,UtHJ,UUU of na- loUiJ seems to be stimulating the plan
tional bauk notes for which the treas- ters to pitching a crop for 1893 that
ury is responsible. Against this ag- will ecmal cr exceed the area planted
gregate of $515,000,000 f demand ob- in 1891, which would mean a crop
1 gations the treasury; has ; $100,000.- from 9,000,000 to 11;000,0 0 hales, ac-
1)00 of gold coin. But the government cording as t.he season shall be Verv
is under the further obligation to keep good lor the plant, indifferent or - bad.
df8,UtAJ,i;uu) silver certihcaUs aud &o it would seem, the facts that
luU,U00,U00 bullion treasury notes at small crop produced fair to Tii
par with gold. IVdo itjit has silver ces in 1892, and that an ove
i ti ll I I diAO kA ,' 1.
.coin ana Duuion wortn $aOD,uvfU,UUU. I crop brought prices down in 1891
. a uere i-H neie nn uncoTerea margin uaye not round tnc
of SI 50.000.000. which is to lw aMpA in the bruin of
man, 1 betran to tmlinnM
xi t , w r -
jMfiManons nor execrations did
inn p n nm m..it... .. .. 1 t
. V.JV, "'nn any, anq I was
laen in a patrol to the station. I re
peated my story and insisted that a
uoctor oe sent to ray house. The desk
okccuw unaiiy uia as l wished, and
our family doctor called at our house
:t.u iiiuer came oy the station. It did
nonage me Jong to convince the sta-
andwas set at liberty and remorecl to
my u inip. When 1
MKS: Y. P.. BAIlllKK,
Main Street. Salisbury. X. ?. invius n?wvtai
attention to her lltif or KIN K i NDKEi;CilIEFS
GLOVBS INFA'.'iS' CAl'S. fir. La.tst i-.riJ
aud New ur;; styles nr .sriiiiaery wnl :rrtve in
seasoa. sac can pieaso jrmia birlc, erit e, and
To Single Subscribers $1.50 per year payable
iu uiuos vj sive to len yl.UU"
To of over Ten .Soc
mi m n i
1 1 1
we are now offering, and the complete
selections of clocks, watches and jew
elry. We are prepared to satisfy the
desires of the most f ast.idioiiM in
anything in our line, and a call will
convince you that we are
to the "demand
en 1 was ahlo tn
. . " I j , . . ... .
orough lodirement. ?"?-na aa,ni i sudd the city for S3 .
il " nnJ i. -r .
i ne average cotton vv K' interview
Louis Globe Democrat.
JOHN A; RAMSAY,
civixj 3aro-Srs:r-j buh
Attends to Railroad Construction, SurTejs
And Mnppin of Real Estate, Estimates ol
Water Powers, Plans for the Erection of Mills.
wellings. Ac; and attends to the purchase oi
1 kinds of Machinerr, Building Materials, Ac,
fe 12 tf
moves me to write this. Erery editor 8ldd, and will buy iu any quantities,
muie uHitraoiaies should copy it
and every farmer cut it out and pre
serve it. Why ? Because it is afure
cure tor hog cholera. 1 Jiave
. ii -i .ii- i
-i tiie Kiunci. iib h i nears oein on ayain
Acrinst'fl05.000.000of li?rowint?a hniP rmn f, or;i
Wh obligations, in short, we have, spinners and impoverish himslf H Cnr for Cholera.
as lfore stated, $100,000,000 of gold, will probably abandon his last year's " s not often that 1 attempt to
Thw would be enough, Mr. Treuholm diversification of crops anil find " him- wnte "Jbingfor the papers, and it
ininKs, it the people had con&Uenee in sell next September with a profitless J a : pmiautnropie spirit that
ine aj.poition and ability ot the gov- supply of cotton, minus food and feed
ernmeut to stick to sound principles, of his own growing, and nothing with
Of Mr.; Carlisle's purpose to manage which" to buy these necessities for men
things openly then? is no doubt, but it and beasts. We suppose it is useless
has been uncertain whether Mr. Har- to argue with these neoole- il
fison would veto a free coinage bill if bent on setting at naught the late' les- known or lleard of ifc Ruling. It is
Iifcjr ;ipt-uiciiuy tseeraeu io roroia a I sons oi; experience, and determined tn " 3,u,"e p ano easily done
teto, or whether he would not sane- put their tkJuckM against common sense Hirectlous : Put e-half teaspoonful
oi pure carbolic acid in a gill of sweet
mo ana Dour it down th in xri
era among his hogs. esDeciall wh
one or two have died, drive eyery hog
and pig into a very close pen. Let
uue Jii;in i-urpn rtta um ..i. il . 1
----- iiiiu csu me noiz
op with his back between his leg
while another man opens the hoW
mouth with a stick, and the medicine
We pay the highest cash price for
lion other silver" legislation like the aud facts.
Sherman act. apprehension as to the
I lrW ,.. I. Ill rt . tlx nrl.n in
well as the actual amount of silver in- pLS I " fr ?edeat pd Vice
llatton in Am.... U.n M-"!Ii:JL- President was sealed in a novel man-
the Wubl mS L Hnt thi. " ; n " .r !ier T1,Iew -n of the Union
away, Mr. Trenholm thinks, with the
fnconiing of the new administration.
Congress is obstructive, but an admin
istration backed by tho people and be
lieved to be conscientious itl proba
bly l)e able to bring all out right. Ia
ioou, wnen Mr. Ueveiand
. . iii i n iiii ii.iiir ii fi.iu.n .t l . ,
The pert flpntp nf iha i t . "og. , vv nen
- ' vu o I 1 ill 4 1 W f 11 f I r nu T.J f r aw x. .
"v w-i jifcwus oi
In the hands of an old
Printer, is prepared to execute all
kinds of Job Printing, atid at
prices that will compare
favorably with any
m t: . rt u
- H1L Ti T '
GRANTI LIE INSTITUTE! iUC rCOUitj b rai'tV Idll.
Boa.rd.iag and Day SLool for Girls
and. -oung LiadiejB.
is not yet the possessor of a "Great
Seal ol State.1 Therefore.
low weeks ago the Klectoral College of
that State was finishinc its work-
seating the certificates for
and Vice President, thev were nut tn
beincr in a lont?-neck.fl loow
f- . T
vr ' , .
firsf went TuT, i: uT ? ?J:.. .,V.?ro!efl taken not to dose one twic.
i bill iiiiiLnri iniurir nn - - - -
I w..- . 4UIL111IIII1 III IIII
.. Washington premium oo gold was ! ' , '" ? r '"
is easilv noured Hi
. V I "
m- the a
ures altered. the situalion. There is a;
likelihood that sound b
uivemjooa mas souna ousmess princi-l.,! u 1 . ft"7
u ju tms m- the amount will -fall, ad ewir ho
g war was pro- ,ick or well on the farm? and Zf
velop an, then, rounding farms, should be dod Now
. f "ITf .'ier editor and farmers, if "roTdo
cured upon the big en
T no rM n
Aue Diuieiainsts ot Ancland are r- Jlv s" ' a 7 , vuu UKU- io uie just a little h fc
n in Parliament and out of it. but U tl,; el o t. . 1'"' e ' Jour,elf.-I. A. Dodiw.
tl.e.r.news are not t of their Amer- were conBrntnlkli I orT'- leX1'3- i" Stock Journll
n f,,.. C iii l.i - lJ - . - .r u ajh mm m
u . juicaiur roxweii si ineir ciev
T Ufce a" reasonable means. esneciallT
vj n ii ui-iilii III Lll inali.l, .A. 1 ... I J
ocui lor ine so-c:ii ni i Li i. j: ... . -
; i m t. . " . yB.irtuiiK i-uemseives uno
u 1. Mill III. Ill 1111 m mur M m w Ufa II airfts-Lfta f i I . I r
r.ent lecture at Oxford, .SSf " S"; RJ'l N. H.
"UspKes of the B,n,eUll,c We, the the W attemnW E p , "i'fr. f arb?r"'
, i .j , i - Kj.,j . ' nere last
I J ..1 C. -1 . - I . . .
uciiiataueu whs nxeo ratio Of do Ir nlee l SnJ... r a . VC1?
i . -r -"v- luicuuuu, i uvini iiiui uhjlt. ana iir. nmi.f
tho m....T,..1 I nr.l , r1 . '&- WIIT-
,Uver to eold ot 20 to 1." Sorb h nfn. f,, 1 u. 7 . 7
... , , . iwunu nmu me cari-wneel cnin
lKsitioii would enrage the Nevada bim- stnek t'tfrUf J-l !!in
?taUbt who wants a ratio of 15J to 1. probablyU se o'
In Par lament the failure of the Amer- So the dollkr was left there P "
iMunriintu cue urussejs interna- Tt will l f;i,t t , . , .
tion.1 M,metary Conference to pro- ZPJZ "f u a11 tKFSlS
rose a df-rinite nlan for i.,fH,L f,als out, and put good Democrats in
bimetallism is cited as a reason 'S aT- nubK in offi h TT k(?tP !
eland's anAthv in ih. nff.. rePuH1Icari! 111 while hard work-
r:.,cau,"uwl lorexterwiDg tiift. use ridit to do whfc " "I
:n i".:rr i" ",M" ." "r."" wo.r,i t Humnoidt. sDeKk
. r. . i tiii iiH w riui'r tj iiufu-i-ii-. ii i rr o r... i 1 . t
jifiinite proposal cawed the failure of ri.J", iuZ'ZTl ur lUft h,-"....! "u . ? ne Hw ln zil which
CICU verv anie sermon in ti,-Tiri,
odi.t church. On Mondav M-
ii , .. j wuui
uerreuana others were looking over
-., w B Vlew t0 selecting an
-..fc.v,v, oii,c uir me ereciion ot a Pres.
-ummu ciaiins tne oldest tree in
Jht world known as the Boo tree, iu
tile CJ IT Of A mrui-kkw,
... v i - ' Akiuiiiniiuutit. J 1 1 a 4r.sv-
iing tor the,r place,. It will be h" it was planted about Tii hi
;.X .il,er; but no plan for. bimetallism "TJt, rf .'? "ell for
.piuuiiwu. xuis iuu re to maxe will h'
he conference. It was not to be
asses at theexpf nse of the masses. e says must be at least
It will be riht to repeal the McKm-fold.
iwirl" vJ--:?;r -W;ii;imtx MC &;wi. iu lepeai me MCtt
rJfrVTTn;i l V; Vfm' Hrrt. ley tariff reform from toptobott
' .nd,,other h'will be wron'- not torii.fc. o
j.ieis using me j;oia 8TanalrU should demoi
iurnish a plaif. That vas for the ad- be rr
yocates vi bimetallism to do.
, A town that pays the preacher and
fupports the editor is so close to heaven
hat it's almost in competition with it. '
pension from the penrsion rolls. It
will je wrong not to properly provide
for disabled bonarfide soldiers who are
in needy circumstances. -humberton
(MILT I- .
vvwiervepuoiicans of that State
c cneu a iree "cai
uuiuu b iearn men.
Brown, Weddington & Co
Retail Hardware. "
We haye iust received a large lot of one
pound butter moulds, price 25cts, also
a large lot of oval and round Bread or
uougn a rays. ine ceieoratea owing
miry Uburus, Lvlinder aud Dasher
Churns; all can bef suited.
Ine nest assortment of Table and
Pocket Xuives, Table and Tea Spoons in
Brass, and Porcelain lined preserving
JELeuies, and at such low prices that no
family need b without them.
A very large assortment oi Tinware,
rots, skillets, Ovens and "other house
We have tfce best Cypress Tubs that
are en the market. Why should von
throw away money on an old painted tub
when a small amount more will cet a
Call and see us when you want any
thing iu our line.
BROWN, WEDDINGTON & CO.,
2i) East Trade Street,
Charlotte, N . C
IN NATURE'S OWN WAY.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTIGATE.
A Pamphlet MA I LED
FREE upon application.
Atlantic Electropoise Co.
1405 Nw York Ave., Washington, 0. C.
PRINCIPALS: Miss Ma earn Bureuyn KJiHrvrtf,
Woman's uoiiejje. Bultififorr. j
Miss Knthattne 11 Ten Hillunl.
A. Ii. Woman's COll-Ker4.HtO.
Instructions In Entrllah Branches, Music (Vocal
an ! instrumental). Art, ;erman, Krewh -ind Latin. I
Terms very moaer .te. Sena tor catatot-Tie.
nn i VtYTIF;' Having bought the
VJCLm, t iM 1 I j. Kowan Counj-y Or.ui
lte Mills; one Qu-irries, Tools, a c, ol ii. JC. PhUH-is-estate
I 111 continue to m.iDuXactnre mltlMionrK,
nilU-s lindh sand iiortabie n Ills for grindlrsf com
and wheat. Corretbondence solMteft. AfKiress,
35 ly J. T. WYA IT,
Fallh, i;owanu. 3. C.
MPlitloi tbe Watciiman."" -
ItHILT BY THE
3:i3RS0NBS; FISHEE C
New style Leather Top, Siile
extra well painted and trimml. F
Salisbury, N. C.
All the E. & F. war-rented 15-''
are branded "E. & F. Co." on "the if-
CtreaU, and Trade-Mark obtained, and all Pat.
ent business conducted for Moduatc Fees.
Ovn oricz is opmsite.U. 8. FTcTOrfiec
and we caa seenre patent la leea time than tboM
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not, Iree of
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Steam, Air and Yacuum Pumps', Vertical and Horizon
tal of every variety and capacity-.
Begular Horizontal Piston.
The most simple, durable and eflective
Pump in the market ior Mines. Quarrief.,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. figlFSend for Catalogue.
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