North Carolina Newspapers

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.jOUUXAL.
rminn Ktallntifl. . "i."
pv, nff-.r roTwiWa aATit. in to the Cot-
.1 X.
ton Exchange of New Berne by corres
pondents from -the adjoining counties,
THOS. GATES & GO.f,
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i . T" ' y - i '. . I "T " T 1 J.i!Amnnn I. ..I
it T A JirnnfinaTnanTo . f IM Pur np.nir. H II V H M.Ir.r;illnlJ.Lo i - I
W t ()" L E S A L IV ROC E Ii
C, AUG. 10, 1S82.
Cpen- letter.- -
lion. P.. V,'. K , Jiinston N. C: '
"ifvPiH TLvcle Hichaed: I am in
over and am storiffly tempt
f one cuss word. Do you
1 ho mnrli harm if " 1 was
:-' t,i Mith luck? Little
.i ihe dickens with the
liberal f over. Buddy
; an oil maid before
' t ' --t sort of cuss
. id . .1 you s.iid when you
- i, , " 1 cleaned, up that
' IJrr. 'v -f-r trapum;;
- mii - he will jine
i .. ,:hm crazy
' .tiOv.1 prob
v... Lber.d, con
e. t. -uwart. " IJepuLli
1 iitj-. Little Sis says
ri :.lit in cleaning up
- r ..1 that she won't
' rl upon a careful
. r calculation, the
i :,.itw have mad e
-. i i am afraid old
. f T wn on vott and nev
. i i-tmr anv more.
: - wLo was it that
''s name from the
i Little bi-s s
't was i'o!;'; F'i y
I faha
' - 1 1 ' L-e oppi'i .'-d '
v s ' . 1 Ftr.f k io Yv -;
it' 1 l'uii 0.'ts--t
;i. 1 t you know
. i iii y J oki - r i way s w y
i i tE' i ! ay. LSat
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OFFER A LARGE STOCK OF ALL
. KINDS OF
Dry Goods
AT YEftY" lWfIGURES.
P ' -7rr;v;.ji yrv.
Commission Merchants! fop. Uic Sale o
Cflttca and Grain. .-
i-pr
' .. .ti e. I.'j
' :i Dem
'ifv don't crv't
L-H'iiucrats,
. i t,i t . in
tvml -than
nf them C.
S. Wooten of La Grange reports good
weed but not so iuu oi n uiv ubu
about one fourth or one fifth to betaken
oil from usual yield on account of bad
- ' T T ITT 4. " rtrtV Kit!
ston: Plenty of grass-recent rams p
have caused rapid growth, but don t i rOVlSlOIlb tlllil
.n.ini- it a verv tood indication.'1 E. - ,, ' v "
F. Sanderson, near Polloksville: : La
bor plentiful and good cotton running
to weed since juiv rama
L. Kennedy, Falling creJiTAuou:uM4T
tv: Ist ten days too wet; corn cwp
line: oat crop, a; per i; r
last season; wheat crop ten per cent, bet
ter, grain good and harvested in good
condition; cotton growing im.v-.
. 1 i ..nlA if I'll 1 r.
needs fair weatner.
well." A. L. Heath, Croatan: "Crops
oft r,or rent, worse than last year too
cold inthespringand too wet in JJ' onTTTT 'W()NT ST.. OPPOSITE
county; . 'Cotton is in bad condition;
tne Heavy rains pic vcu jj.. Q. .
aac Brown, ' Tuckahoe, Jones county.
"Weed a little larger than last year, not
so many bolls but fruiting rapidly, ratn-
i. ii, ir. i thA last two weeks,
causing some of it on light lands to turn
yellow.'.' CvrusFoscue, Fowle,, Jones
county: "The rains hav been exces
sive, so that the original stand has an
cbnormai growth; the crop cannot
ue anytning -u --v
owing to bad stand and I. too much
weed. ' ueu. ii- iioauow ,.T
Carteret county;- . "Crop commenced
blooming as early as last year; a portion
of our township on the coast was retard,
ed in its growth by severe winds, which
seemea to i wari i "
now to be fruiting aa well or better than
if it had not been checked. V John
Pearce. Polloksville;, - "AVeather less
favorable than last year; stand not so
ood; crop two weexa
we
1 t1.
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l t )
Ai:?i: -t t :i
i iu ui ki.
' GASTON HOUSE.
r. 30-w-Lr. , .' .
A. II. H0LT0N,
, : ' dealeb in
FOREIGN.
DOMESTIC
' WINES & XlftUOES, .
ln4-. irtT art-tilt I - . -
. r .LTfn lifmffi: TO.DACCOOGCIGAnS.
1 but bad hiand keeps down the percent-
-' v .! MIDDLE STKEET,
Oppoi
f
1H
:md
1 1 ii
' Mt ice be-
truth cf the
' .e dead
i l. e lx-ino-
! - ;ctir bet ma-T-
;. -1 that
so ti rei riLv(ro means
-: i. in i e know
ru t f li is own. and
liO llU t bt-tll hliOUt-
over this liberal,
:ei t, t do y Tilings
- mixed ujj and vxe
ite loe
Apr. Vly dw. . , -c.
7 'in
Am liii-
U-o -co;:-y: "AYeather unfavorable;
r-iand K..d." and crop eight or- tendays
. .... ii -w. . Wmvl. . Rwansboro:
"I.aboF better than last year less m
quantity but more ellicieut. , O.U.
UW1C1 - VI ww .
weeks late; labor so voe; excessive rams
from 10th to 22ud of July - has very ma
teriallv c-, : olf cotU n. causing blooms
to shed ai 1 vour x Ik.K- to fall. li.
Hir"tt 0L- :'ro.. Silver Dale, Onslow
county: two weeks late; labor
scarce a-.-l i. -rior; don't think the
i. ' i.im ilamiifffld, cotton ma-
teriailv, tbou h if they continue much
longer the foi ins will soon begin to shed.
J. M. F. KIuKies, Comfort, Jones coun
ty : "Cotton looks line; my crop is tall
ow 1, r, if wvaw l.iRt var: I have-cotton
. . m Zmv Ln fviiir.
."k .Ax fool deino- over 5 feet mgii, a .a i,u
a cb.rm until ing finely; I counted, on stalk 3 feet
. aliped LeidS, lib- and uares: I can find stalks th t have CoU nd other
only a camp of in- over 150 bolts and squares; the prospect
obi can party, since was never ongruer lor i
ul hi u y i a-is. t t;ii matp . Ri y bales on v live
t 1 l-iTMiU'i: M It! Llir I IllJ.II.--. - "- -
to understand
: cob 18810
Consignments of Grain,
acres.
it don't now work orth
i .-ee Uncle Richard this
to -Tf liivs lviade. Lit-
, , -, ' t v- rorrv we made"
I J,.e says 'he
i 1 ' and for a lit-
'ie il.e --crat3 and
Iica::s a: 1 t.nped head-
all f.i t
: - LINES. -' .' , .
I Addressed to Captain W 3. K. -T one
O, Villis ! dear - Willis 1 come pac w
the fold, . 1 v
tt . 1 j : .a ntbantnff TCW "VOU .
i !.uku ucau- l lour mauvta mo " p.e, - j -
! I ong Kong For we thought tliat in Jones your faith
Unc le Rii.1. .i J. I must tell f ' "eath the counsels of Col. Askew.
'..ut tl. t bl and rous- - . ' "
- --we had m Trenton Tlie Rasberry's liave all . met-have
, Sell you haw an ac- ' talked and have cried, .
IVrue Jol knal. It For they knew you had always been
' 'nd I tfllyou tin- ' ' true,-' ' V ' .
' " ! A 1 J ..fc.sl . i i. i .Wlonxl that. - thift JOTIR-
' .,e meeting was " - nal had lied. . ' '
' iVic.l. e seeking Demo- ' In' that statement it made about you.
V-ii 'd, vho has" set V'.'CEORTjsAOVYillis! etc. '
Vi - is full of gum . "- '".' -
. an and filteen There's Jacob, Jonas, Doc, Alexander
! .'-e Scott trieu to ana m, - - ; v
vawi- Kfriidhe might Sam, Ben jamm, Allen and litus,
h :e bo they Who were grieved when from tne
i i i : n of the - Journal they read, " ' ' -
-niocrat, Prince Bis- That you had gone over to ngm. ua.
iman, an.l on mo- Chorcs: O Willis l etc.
, - i, Mr. D Israelii ; ' . .
, ry. The elo- Was it Page, Durant Harrison, le-
.ULLianin ext-;aining en mseh" or Scott, ' '
iijjwM unequaled by That caused you to leave me ueiuufc-
i , racy, . ,
And enlist with the Revenue man,-Dr.
", Mott, - - - '
To follow "ray son Oliver Dockery.
' . " Chorus: O Willis ! etci " . '
P R OD U C E '
, ; $a o ioitb x.
ffiOlCPT ATTEHTlOU QTJASANTESD
Tvy GoodsNotions
h a. rr s, ; ;
;; boots : and shoes
o. marks; i
HEADQUARTERS ?OR
irv (loods. Notions. Shoes,
TH milliners -and Iat-es of-all
Kinds, Table Linens, the Best
Napkins; all Linen, frpm Q to
, 12 1 -55 cts apiece, N
llaniburRT Edsrfuffs' . In endless
.variety and soldt lowest prices.
r.10TT0E8,
AND
JVIod'TTO FRAMES
RUSTIC FRAMES
of all sizes.
. I make a special! of suppljiug
the Jobbine Trade. Country mer
, . . ... :W: : ,;. - ' k
chants are invited to call and examine
my extensive Stick before baying.
Also the Celebrated
STANDARD SEWING
; MACHINE S -
of tfee followluB uakew
The Light Running DOMESTIC,
i HARTFORD AND HOUSEHOLD, the!
three best Machines on the Market.
Um not forget the place, . MARKS,
Wo. SOl Vollocte St.,
Apt lwly New Berne, N. C.
miEU NORTH CAROLINA
Marble works
. NEW BEENE, N. C :
MONUMENTS, TOMBS,
ALL KINDS (Ut AVE AND BUILD-
' y- , v ING WORK IN -
ITALIAMkAMEMCi: L1AC3LE
Orders will receive prompt attention
. and satisfaction guaranteed.
JOE K., WILLIS,
.-. Proprietor,
(Successor to George W. Claypoole)
Cor. B&OAD & CRAVEN Sts.
New Berne, N. C.
I Mar. 30, 1 1 d w
,t -i
, V , A FULL SUPPLY . r
constantly on hand
Dry ;Saltod;and Smoked
Flour.
Sugars, , ,
f
complete Hue
.,!!
A
..:"',. . ..... 1; , . 1
hap TOA1Y OF THE BEST
' MOLASSES & ,SYK i H :,
OTIE131N JV IS I ltOAHTlSl) CD
'TOBACCO : AND SIS U
Salt, Powder and Shot.
For Farm Purposes Now in Use
To)
Special' attention of Country Dealer is called to my Ctock
Sole Afflux for the "7','A TUUr Wilt; A i I I. V L A,
s f V . . - . ' . - . . . . , . .
Snplntl prlre by mall.
Mir :'i. I r-
holumbus
.'C I. F0Y
Otfjlfon TIME.
.... ' -?iri
New Borne,' . 0.
COTTON FACTORS
All Goods in our line sold at the very lowest c.irh pri
ces. Prompt and strict attention .paid to , all ,on! ra
-entrustca to our care.
ilff;i6S Brick Bl()ck, Middle Street,
JOj ?&? - . WHOLESALE GROCERS . AND '
r GROCERIES
I - , pP ALL KINDS
Pork, Bacon,- Flonr, Sngar,
j. Coffee, Salt,' Syrup and -.
, MOLASSES. .
SI1UFF and TOBACCO.
i.
SMAtL PROFITS AHPQUICK SALES
IIACKDUnU OnOTHEHS,
WHOLESALE fr ItETAlL
GROCERS
Corner Broad and Queen Streets,'''
NEW BERNE, N. C.
- - JOBBEES 0P ,v -
LORILLAO'S SNUFFS 1KB TOBACCOS
. .. . , . , Afar. 30, I y w
C. B. HART & CO.
' ONE FSICS CASS STOSS.
Northeart corner Middie and Sooth FTont streets
Stoves; Erase Furnishing Goods,
Hand-made Steel Axles and Steel Tyres'1;
FIRST GLASS ALL THROUGH
A large supply of Open . and Top
AT LOW FIGURES. ,
FIFTY SETTS OE HARNESS NO; Jl
AND CHEAPER GRADES. P
41
FlmmEUS-KOR Till KALL CHOI'S
. - -r . - . - 'Pill' Tll.-VT I'M AD1N (IP
STANDARDvj FERTILIZERS,
Suitable for.- Turnips, Potatoes .ami, .. Wheat.
V ill IwnfioM lor 4JAMI or 1 1 m i. s r"nwotut. ......
n:0:'-E.r FOY COMPANY,
tintlti I.' L'l'lllfri' Vi.w Iti-i-a..-. N .
JSlnJfe Grainger
.-4. f-?v -Pi'i- iV- '-f-' . - - ; :
Aiugiow tf
KlflSTON, II. C.
(J.- E. FOY & COMPANY
olliM' to th IViulo ; i t
LoriilardVGail Ax Railroad Mills Sweet and Salt SnnST;
I114 Is
A KTtTtr" a rriTTr,Ta Trr1f!Tf4-
HOLE'S
vnnp "in,-
. U'DL... PJ U f i
zvmnm .iiimgr tar jcT3r
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An
CCfD UC
d. la:::
THALP L
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a
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PHIL-
Lf
H. AVK JJ W. A K. hi CROCKERY ai..rQLASSWARE,
C0TT0H . IS KIIW!
.i
1 ir-most hones "m
tl vs. It came like a
; o I wiUi such great
' at' o ..itcn leaves from
'.ot.uscf t1e town and
; lll'.s of the distant
.Iri.. k f -i center to cir
II Is , Ac was '6imply
i mi- i "-are favor-
. ' t ' bt r.u . ul poll . par-
: v -1 ic k
. - i r.
vi .-' Old, Ford Convention.1
The Disciples held their Sunday School
n ut nid VnrA. hpcrinmnir on
i par- i . , . . M. ,t- null nnntimune over
It, UrOYB n , 4 A , fka ni-nmlnont trfint.lft-
; ','ut J? st a men of the church present we notice the
1 e tdh- names of J. W. Etheridge,? Dr. H. D.
hich this new , rr Rnwon T:i Cheatnutt.
SUCH A8-
Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Axes, burners, wicks, chimneys,
VNails Plow Traces Hames,
iFarraer's Supplies
, GENERALLY
KEROSENE OIL,
Pratt's Astral Non-Espiosive Oil,
Mhine and Train 1 Oils.
We are now prepared to manufacture
Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware.
e." ',lP' .-. i if - -
IIOTT'S SWEET CIDEK,
- . . . . i : n mkimi irinir floods
I special ineuu-M b- -r: . -
sold low and warranted to be as reprrfeated.
t v Lieu this new rr .r? T;; Chestnut.
1 ov-.i- tl.e aeliberationa L j. Bfpns, J. L. Winfield,-E. E-Or-
.1 - wj t'.-t of a "Chester-
and .'nity of D. rL ,-fa,Mno- nr.fl wem attended by
5,.a.roas; r"7' an immense crowd each day-onSatur--
u -iilayea by the . . c.j. rrowrl was esti-
, B. IU.u.v3 of Kiii-ton mted 6everaI thousands -The good
enunw ot prolubi- le of the Old Ford section deBerye
rv rr'uie all the mo- f, r, , m mani (ii
I - an made all the whih thev entertained aU who visited country Produce.
r., ,-roes aone au ine i ' rtT, , , .Th Rnndav School K ' - ,
'"THE BEST MADE,
Xt.t
IF
'p-.
CONSTANTLY IN STOCKj
Prices low for caBh.
Satisfaction guarantee!.
Highest ;ca8h prices paid
for
au and Secretary
i? if
'i f
Th Rnndav School
- -1 - - - - i i 'nrt-trnnnnn i-kij- i i n luuuniub vui
: ions recommending - . OMiT,o- vnart J. W. Ethe-
r- licitorof this Ju&i-t711 Z,iA. - Wftdire; Vkse-
1 Ii o Secretary forCto p, -t- C. W. Howard,- Secretory;
r c -'.it of Jones county, smw A tan" stent, Secretarv: J. M. I
v na nimol thf,re Mewfeorne, Treasurer.-- Several - "'ad-
i t n cast, that oy uie r ao , aAliv.rd.' which nroved
Secretary the negroes ,.Wk. -a j instructive, and
l Call aUd see me. -
North West corner
' SOUTH FKONT &
KTDDLE Streets,
liEV DERNE, N. G.
a 1"
. ..1 Secretary the negrwsl ... j instinctive ' and
I .iticular question aecunea i . o-r0 - watAn &WOrk which will Ufo on 1 v w
n-i. ra ,-ore hdrnin. I " o. . w , - I iui. . j -
i viu-. niemraiu5n-j do good widespreaa in me enu. : ivcrjr
, . 1 enthusiastic.- -J - - one who went to see and hear came 5 v rSirm
I :.HCapt.fRasberrT.haa pf- away plea9ed and delighted with what A TW . ChCufn
la'.i.f h real estate and. two athered. Success to-the good M ' II 1 fl )
.-vtl enormous and lucrative law b n in their Cause;-r-Aorti State - U H JHKJ'
L i k'.ai.J declares if he gets it, he will. ' - ;e ., ; 2-
l-. , t V. t 1 drum, Capt. Swift Gallo- , Wachea are plentiful now, and selling
...,-, .. i, in,l Ve-a.t tliH hind tsrhtS . . . F.
w j - . - . at to w cents wr
, f .iuni for Solicitor provided he " w t
i i t the vote of Snatohet : Bud-1 - . (i,,,,,,
1 - O S"8 ."Jt1??! Htt season were brought in- on Saturday by
t t i.ii me Dwnium Mr. F. S. Ernul. . It is very early-
z favorite among the ladies, will , .. ...
i linger in that pie. Little Sissays AS- oin " . . .
; .r. . Zid is the prettiest . man die . . ; r . W QiacIcs Succeed.
Don't vou think her f ever1 is' gettmg ,Any explanation of the , success ol
very hiehr wen, ixuwi? quackery wouui ue ,iusuuificu tu
ai 1, yon win soon o out; ma&ms "u" not incttKie ine iiict trApicoecu u iuc
i re .ubiUon liberal speeches and as ,the f0nowins ines
Wrther is exceedingly hot ! WOUld adr - iyouHI ne'er convince a fool, himself is so;
wnnnnr inlf I fflinMlM -.-..-.-. i;;.. Unrt tlie cheat.
V 1 - .J V UU LI.' J ; r I I, . -.,-. . ni Ul" Iran.., p- - . ,
- , J i i i u,Aiia niierar. I. .. Anriatill tlie on v uleasore's the deceit.
a ul o slow, or you will get eick and n - invalid, whose disease had beeu
I av Aobe in the lobby taking pills all pronounced incurable, entrusted his case
the time, especially, when that cranky to,aquack.' It was his last resort. The
i. r, rnmfa around. - Buddy Joe says v miooil that -if he would submit
you had better leave that darnedl old l- his treatinent for six months, he
rcnoTauhv at home this time as the Dera- . -M V41vo a well man of him: but no
4- rats have ev?nt so jnuch money in eel- mof inntod for until the ex-
''f-t-Ti-ii , enough to travel we will take tulated. . .
ott3. ,nou nii. - vr ..n,.r, v's pnke!' exclaimed the m-
o trmuD turouKu Rjiisio, iv ... . . v. .
as far up as old man valid.. 'destroy not the hopes which the
Oats in Sampson next week, if 0, you man hold. out to me ; upon
may Bear iiuu; w". uc, nnuvu. -
Buddy Joe says if you don't send him L -The man's slmmlaut. was the quack s
'Vt..P, will hll what aU theP.,v.,.Ao i.ait iiiw tel tliouiih thev
f-ominissioners knew when bey- sued '.--a.-'meU-al--writer tells this story
v., tj .in1 ;ivik.;ltfL. Iiim .Tiav -. that I nimfL- r
jaie .' : tot ac-eieuiuteti M""-
-pnwpll moner.- ' . "- '- - 1 - riT ,.oo m-o visited bv an old ac
In the bonds, not special tax bonds, - -f u cuntry, who ad
: hut in the bonds of love, I subscribe my.- l- 4' .,,.. -
self your affectionate nephew --. M...Kiad to see thee'st got on so
I " . . ... . ..X . .
lis
J. J. Tolson & co.
UEOAD STREET
(Second door East from Railroad)
Receives GOODS by every Steamer.
Tke beat of rotted
Oanixedl Oood
Best grades ; of Coffee, best
grades Hour, best kettle
rendered Lard,
Voir wsleeterf BtTTKB, Fnre
Apple VINKOAIt, SITOAK orU erade
best Family
ALL KINDS.
Our country friends will rind it to
thAir advantage to call and try our pn
before buvins. All goods sold at
Bottom prioosi.
6f -
n.. .iui..f.i at anv lart of City prompt
and free. Broad Street aecoiid door eaat
ram Railroad. w Apr. l. l y
LL
10 EAGLE COTTON GINS, - " -
10 EMORY " " , u u
20 GEORGIA " r. : tx, -niw
Can get any make desired on snort notice, ihjiui lumibu vuitun ,
naWra with all Gins if desired. 1 will give a waramqe, ,on ; cyco
n . i.,.9 .Thw knnw'st tnee never
JilKe Shepherd. -' ' . . , hrains nor a pumpkin.' f
, . ' i . - xi f r" . - -. ,
"Tlia alirtTB nameu 'teuuanau, I fivn,, him tn window. IUC nuaw
l'pnm.'has received the appointment of
; the. nassers-bv. "How
i have, ssed-asked the uack,
JuuJuSge ; Shepherd Jeaves a ew Udred.'
ran d 'how many wise men do you
We Win a prosperous md success- suppose were among uus .muureu:
- f ul career his judicial Ufe.-iVortfc 'Mayhap one.
Sore PrS. - - - ' " 'Well, all the rest are mine.
On account of alter-
orv provided he : tl . 1
inatchetBud- The firet gcuppernong grapes of the mg DUllamg,
offer their entire Stock
at costr and some
GOODS LESS THAN COST
or the next
Sixty Days.
Ladies Balbrigffan Hose
15 to 25 cents per pair.
1,000 yards ol Dress iiooas
at COST.
Apr Idwly
XT.
aye arrived and still coEiiiiig
?40?50 and tpOrsaws.
u it . u (i
IVllt
ft1"
sold, by me.
I am selling the best
cotton
Vrocc
I I uww
in the south
-nirk .nil jivnnuiin lt..
.5 IK - ) " .p ' p :
OPEN AT
'TEEP O' DAY,'
"And Don't You Forget It,"
THAT E. WHITMAN'S ETE OPENERS
ARE UNEXCELLED.
Middle Street, near Corner South Front,
NEW BEKNE, N. C.
Next door to K. K. Jones'.
Ail. mIjC& w 12 in.
For
COLDS,
HEADACHE,
TOBPH LIVKIt
and :11ILI.H
SIMMONS & MANLY,
Attorneys at Law,
Opposite (laston House, New Berne. N. O,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE STi au
Fe(eTal Courts and regu!arly attend all se.-.-ionsof
the Courts in the following eoant
Craven, Carteret, raiim, ?SV;,7 '
Lenoir.
RHODES HOTEL
. W1LL1AMST0N, N, C.
First class fare, polite servants and
good accommodations. t f w
B E R R Y' S
mil ill TPill s.
Measures taken for Clothing fi..m
ROGERS, PEET & CO., N.Y.
a t
Berry's Drug Store.
Parties buying for Cash, can buy
DRUGS, GARDEN SEED,
Paper and Envelopes, Paints, Brush
es, Glass, Toy?, Wall Paper, anu
many other things at bottom prices at
Berry'B Drug Store. Apr. 9 ly w.
- - - 4. tJLt : ... . .
STILL TO THE FEONT FOE ,OINNING COTTON SAWING IEBj ; ; f .
30 Watertown and 30 Eclipse Eng&fe of different .si.es soon to amvq and can furnish
any kind of Machinery on short ce will sell at bottom prices and on liberal terms.-
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