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yoting Contest oftbe Coming Fair.
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b. f. Qraham & co.
Following are the leading features of
tHb voting contests of thecoming Church
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The 7p!fiipp 'Piano Pn
' COKING BVBNTS.
I The following dates have been set for
the, Opera Howe: ,
t Methodist Fail December 12. 13 and
Masquerade Ball December 15.
Barney Furgeneon in McCarthy' Mia
haps December 22.
Band -Dance and Cuke Walk Dec. 25.
Subscribe for -Tub Ortn.
Up todute job printing at Tuk Okb,
l Folding beds at B. F. Graham k Co'a
fioin $16 up to $85; a fine line of them
r.ow ready to be ehown. 819-tf
, Date- Graham made one arrest today
drunk and disorderly.
Star Williams went over to the county
seat jeaterday on business 'before the
WANTED A' position as nurse, or as
housekeeper, or in restaurant by a com
petent lady. Apply at Okb office. 'n23 Ot
'J he (Gazette snys the carnival parade
was" a jcraiid elghtfar surpassing any
thing of its' kind ever witnessed in. Ari
zona. It. F. Graham & Co. have just received
v carload of furniture of all kinds. Prices
livht; terms easy. Call and see-their
i ew Hoods. S19-t
Georce Spindle and wife, who have
1 een visitipc in Bisbee for a day or two,
Uft this 'morrting for their home on the
OKLiveiy Stable will be restocked
vith a complete line of new buggies,
r u toys, carriages, buckboards, " moun
tain spring wagons, traps, everything
tu make a first class, Ji.very stable,in a
fUwduys. i ' ' '.J' yr
' Tlie.apron and necktie candy pull is
polng'to be quite a notable-feature at
ithe.church fain There will be a match
ing ot -.colors. '
Calhon Alfred Paul, when you want a
flue isjiit or overcoat. You can buy a
suit or, ovttcoat for $20, fit guaranteed.
Also Cleaning and repairing doue on
short.notire. SJiopnt old stand, in Can
Can .buildiug, with Toilgnn, 'the 'shoe
makr;v ' O30-tf
Cfiarley; Bliiileft-.tlijfl morning for
Tombstone, and it'la mm'6'red' that when'
he returns' be will be accompanied by
James Brophy.'of San Diego? Cnlifor
iiia, who has been visiting his brothers,
William and Mike, telt this morniug for
ft is claimed by the Ph'oenix papers
that more than three thousand Visitors
it now in the capital city attending the
The merchants of Bisbee say thut,
gcnerully epeukim, business is good,
fctn that for the past .two or thieedaysi
thue haa been but little doing.
Uenry Levin, e'jc assessor of Pima
iCOUty,,iVih Llibbee for the purpose of
puribaSing uitllt. It is stated thnl lie
lias made oi.e puidiaei! und will chip 'i
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boon, but that he is looking fdr more.
My eon has beeir'troubled for years 1
, with chronic diarrliota. Sometime ago
1 1 persuaded idm to take some of Chain-
bei Iain's Colic", Cholera and Diarrhoea
. llemedy After uMng two. bottles of the J
t So-cent cize he-was cured. I give this
testftnoniar, hoping some one similarly
afflicted may .read it and be benefitted.
Thomas C. Bower, Glencoe, 0. - For sale
by all druggists. D
. Don't forget tho muss meeting called
for this evening at tho Opera House.
Matters of importance will be brought
tip for discussion in which all the people ;
of Bisbee are interested.
Go early aim j
secure a gftod seat.
A fine Hawthorne bicycle, just over
hauled and put in first class order by
the expert eyedst, Haub, will be. given strengthens the nerve,.puts vfou, viuor
to the one obtaining the largest number 'and new life into every muscle nerve
of votes. One dune represents a vote. ' and organ of the body. ''If weak, tired
TJiis is a prize wot th woi king fiir. j or ailing you ne;ed it. ''EjiuYyJublUe
As'acure or rliettmatism Chamhei- guranteed, only 50 cents. Sold .bv
Iain's Paid Balm is gaining a wide reu-'' Bisbee Diug StoroundrCopper Queen
taliqn. D. It, Johnston, of Richmond. Store .
lnd.; has been trouble 1 with that ail-! "
wment since 1802. In speaking of it-he A grand Masquerade and Prize Ball
tb: "I never found anything that will be given on the evening of Detjein-
, would relieve me until I used Chamber- ber 154Dt),,by Lo-die T. C.ise, at .lio
l'aln'e l'ain Balm. It 'acts like inagioOyeraJJimsd. There will be two prizes,
with mo. JMy foot was swollen an.i iuUi-',n f(,r l"1- ni'i one for gentlemen.
lng'me very mtieli, but one good appii
eation o( rain ualin leiievml me. F.ir
ihIo by ull drtiviritH.
Wnnlil ndir-LK- lnnvn vnll. If vnii n.,,,1
Tir 'Ivliiu' Ni.w Lifu l'illa -Tli.,i,w o ..f
ur. rvitijt ifw Jiiio 1 iiia.iiiouMuiiils ol
.nnrMiH.iivrt nniv.Ml tln.ir i.i.,t..l.i a
ntlurtiis'iiava irnvoii inuir inatclilcua
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Ul'sru ior oii'K iiiiu ncrvwuu iit'iKDUillt:'.
Tlity iimko pure I 'lot I ami nttoiv iiimvcm
tuitl bdild' your )iHt!i. K.uy to
toko. I'ry ilietii. Only -3
Honey li.ick il not corvd. Mild i,y
Ciopjr iutviu.voiiipiuiy unu ui.iiir-i
-CariJof Thank t'.
To tho-iiliiny frlfini" Un , Kin-I v
. BeriBled'iiiiiii. till' !.l-t llllieHKof ,',llr.
.Herman, 1 u-n.ler my heart elt llonik-.
'Blay'tliuy iifvir lack for friomU under
Miko circuiusiuiicou, and may thoy, one I
iiiiu nil, uu uicbxku nun irnitc Hlo unu
Uno handsome, hHtid painted eatin
ofa pillow, the gift 'of one of BiHbeo'u
leading artists; to be voted to the most
popular gentleman in Blsbi'O.
Two abalone spoonti, presented by a
lady ot Bisbee; to be voted to the
most popular gentleman in Uisbue, over
fifty yeara of age. ; K ; m
Three famous "Dolln" Fiest, second
and third prizes. 'Tlie'ilrst prize is a
magnificent spe6imen,-thirty-two inches
tall and dressed in .white eatjn bridal
costume; Becond and third pi tees are of
propoitiona'te value. " '
One quiit Log Cabin' Quilt lined
with pink brocade silk contains thirty
block, seventeen names to tUo'block, in
cluding that of the governor of Arizona,
also the governor of New Mexico, as
well as the names of over .five hundred,
(great and small) citizens of Bisbee,
Tombstone and Benson. Tina certainly
will be a valuable prize tortho fortunate
winner. - ,
The cotest is open to all ; one dime
represents a vote. Those desiring to
enter these contests must give their
names to some member .of the Ladies.'
Aid Society. Votes may bp policited
from now until the' last evening of the
Fair; contests to close at 9:30 p. m.
Resolutions on the Death of Bro. W.
Inasmuch as Brother Long has gone
to the Temple of Light above, where alt
the virtues we eeek to teach and propa
gate are enjoued in their highest perfec
Resolved, That Lily Temple has sus
tained a heavy loss, and jhat we will
greatly mibs his voice, counsel and his
That society has.loBt a faithful mem-
vber, a' worker that waft always ready to
do las part in whatever 6ocial position
or relation lie was placed.
. That we exteudour sympathy and,
condolence to his relatives and mends',
who mourn with us hisdoss.
.That we will ever cherish the'inemory
of his virtues in our hearts and seek
earnestly to emulate his good oxample.
He has gone ft out his labors to hi9 test I
. That no have our charter draped in
mourning for thirty days.
.Submitted in P.L.E.Q.F.
' jBxxit Pritchard,
SURE CURE F0R.LR0UP,
Without a Failure.
The first indication of croup is hoarse
ness, and in a child subject to that dis
ease it may be taken as a sign of the ap
proach of an attack. Followi: g Jhih
hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. 'If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
as pdon as the child becomes hoarse, or
even after the crottpy cough appears,
It will prevent the attack. It io uacl in
many ihoitsdiidH of homes in thiB broad
won aim never (un.i'ioii i mo aiixiyuo
mothers. Wo have yet (o le.irn of a
Bj,)k.0 inutame in which it has not
pioved effectual. No other prepaiAtiou
can show such a -record twenty-five
rears' constant use without u failure.
For eale by all drugglstc.
Spain's Greatest Need.
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
spends his winters at Aiken S. C, Weak
nerves had caused severe pains in the
back of his head. On using Electric
Kilters America's cretaest. Rlnnd and
jjerve Remedy, all pain soon left him
jj0 B..B tulB jrrand medicine is 'what his
country needs. All America knows that
it cures liver and kidney trouble, purifiee
the blood, tones up the stomach
Ludiea piize will coupist of a full set of i
' "" pieee?, purveiam, nunc-
Homely decorated. Guiiih pri,', $5 gold
piece. Thedo priz.'d will bo awarded to
! parlies beet repreuenting the character ' '
thi-y rlicixc. JtiUged will he selected I
the audience, by the' audience.
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ivurvoouyifoamicom poioior wiopruuH. i
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AliniHsiun, -tl for neiitlemen. L.. lis, i
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.jii cosiu ue. net: HiHioiaiora oo in
T,, "JH Aia Society of Iho M. K.
olui-ol mo wuikinic f.iiilifully mul mc-
. cstully on their church luir pro j.t ,
which in to take, plauo Dt:c-lrilnr 12th,
13th ami poihiip-. tho 14tli. Tho olij-jot
of thi-i vnteprtso ia to raise fun li to p.iy
Ho Imlnne on tho HCittv'Ht:huTli lot--.
then n Hiiitnhlo butliiiiii will be creutt'il.
The work U worthy -ml rhoul.1 ,-oin-
ineiiil l:-elf to thi- i:oinmuiiit.v. AIJ
Ildlp a I ill If.
AOKuk'-- IIxilikh ItKiitnv War. .Stop
a cotij'ii n any time, and wil cure the1
woret cold in Uelve hoiird, or money
refunded. -'& otn.-Hml 60 cln. Vor sale
WHOLESALE AND RIJTAIL DKALHUS IN
Pianos & Organs,
- Write for Catalogue.
Pianos on Monthly Paynieut3.
Office-. i21 l-3"Sout:i Broadway. Los Angeles. Callfro.-ila
So are New Goi
We now have a complete line of the I -neat Htyl.-i of L,.inrt NVf-fc-,
wear, Ladiesyoolen WarMs, Skirts, trlitwa, i-tv.' Furl hue of iniutc
and Shoes, Genu' Furnishing Gdij'.Isi ri's, Notion", otr.
MRS. 1 BLEWETfS
Doe.8 your watch have fits or spasms?
Hinkle, the jeweler, cures them. At
Procrastination is the thief of time I
So have Hinkle, the jeweler, catch the
hief. Blewett'a shoe store. t
To arrive, at 0 K Livery Stable, a car
load of first class' buggies of all kinds
built to ordeV,tfor B. F. Graham & Co.
Anyone wanting tin or sheet-iron
work, 'should c.Ul on E .(a. Ord Co.
Next to the Brewery. S7 tf l
FOR SALE One six-room nou-.e with
bath and water connections; best loca
tion in town. Also one extra lot. Can
rent house at $30 per month. Inquire
of Otto Yon Kane). , a27-tl
For Sale A two-room "urnished
houbo, good lot, centrally located. Rci.taJ
-for $15 per month. 'Only $503.
at t'his office. , jy27tf
B.OR SALE A two-room furnished
house, noar Opera House; a 'bargain.
Apply at this office. ' - sepl-tf ,
Fly's Photograph Gallery opposite
residence of Wni. Harris, Brewery
Avoid assessment work and have your
claims patented before Oct. 1st. Ggo. i
C. Clark, E. M., Howell ave. S15-2w
If you want a new hat, neatly trimnted
to suit your taste, leave vour order,at
Mr9, Bewott'a. jq-i;
WANTED Situation as clei k or sates-
lady, by one who is wrell acquainted here
and thoroughly competent. For address
apply at 11113" office. 04-tf
Go to O K Livery Stable, it you want
good driving teams. ,r '
For galvanized iron tankd and cant
teB.no of all s'ues go to C. A. Newmaiu
Maps of Cochise county 'for 8ale at
this olhe. 25 cents each. tf.
For cold airflues, roof plates and
guttering, call onC. A. Newman, mlOtf
A full line of ladies' wool skirts, all
colors, just received at Ble vetta. all-tf
Go to B. F.Graham & Co. for Fiuni.dea-wea 40 minutes Kaat. ,
, ,T . . , ' ueg-innlnsr at -corner No 1, identical with '
ture and. House burnishing goods, t the east center monument of the location
run HttiNr. Kuril i8hed rooms: ap-ieyea), a pine-po , tees ?oi., menes
Go to E, G. Ord Co. for tanks and
plumbing. Next door cast of Brewery.
B. F. Graham & Co. will have two
carlcads of Furniture and Furnishing
goods in next week. '
Go and see those new steel folding !
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oeus. oiu. r. uranam x uoi
Rain, hail or snow, that watjn must
go. Hinkle, the jewejerf doua n atl at
Blewett'a hhoe store. ' " 4
to Mrs. Hodley. Apply on preinues ! mound ot stone, scribed 1-134, whence U S M
"i-.-. ,.,, j,.,, t J", iiioUv'eM a ueKr,w, cv minim- c. on liner
"rOK llKMV-iTluve-iobined lKlu; IC-a.ui'tfey soDjj, rium-Ui l.o, 4tfM;foit to'i
,.. ii.Hi..-r.- !; ...j:is,u.Tco,'.,.,p.'A Piiw ithimoiiiutoision.
Auwu .rv.vw.w.. j rm JJW IIIVIIV" U'll 1 tl
i M f
.Stop. Thief of "Ti-ii
wntcn rrpainnl. lllnklo, (hi! Jfweler,
Raven you tho ttyoiitld.
UH WSII SA C t
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KOK HEKT, AT NACO 1 ImiliHtik,
unlr.ii y locateii : aki; lilxjiJ. witln'o,-
nituro and ewry tiece'-.-ary niiiiite lor
A rrilaurHiii; rone reaaon.ihiu. Aoulv
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111 llrirliMl or ly letter, to U. J. U'llKllil.y t
Mhtt X.ico. Ariz.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All i)Hr."oii(j having i-ximaifl n-ntpi-
. s xI"sia "'nt'
imme on thuir nn-m nh un )i..ri r..
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nuesicd to COVul-tho su,,.,, i ...r.,...,.. I
By order of UUhw
1 A lftr?tf a,,nnj,.,wtlI-yrtntll:tt1l--if)om,
,"t''-li' for ofn-'t). Howell ave. nnxt to
C''D',tl, dental pmlots. 031.
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Bisbua Cash Fruit Store.
I Come in and ee u?, hoo-Iiow we look,
'even if -you don't want to buy. lie
t-mjm. ii i rmkt. m
BOOT AM SHOE S
I Sv K. Williams i-j Um auunOtnd
' '' authoriz"d to attend to the rentitm
! '"' hmifes, folleuttna of tnta ami to all
other husjnes that may bo
to .Jul tan Cardin:n.
If you find the way
to our dental parlors right
now it may save"ybu a lot of expensi
aud pain ayearfrom now. Some people
aren'f very much concerned about
tronbles that are a year, in tho distance,
but a year will fly around ina very short
time. It's,.neither expensive nor pain"
ful to have little cavjitie's in the teeth
filled. You'll be obliged for the hint.
Dr. W.1 K. Chambkim,
No tl ce
lining; Applioation No. 704,
Survey No 18M.
U S Land Offlca, Tucion, Arizona.
NOTICB 1 hereby g-lven that in purauuno
of the United States MlnlmrLaw,tho Copper
Queen Consolidated All n lug- company, a cor
porationorgranized under the laws of the
fcitate of New York, by its ag-ent, Ben Wil
liams, whose postofflce address ia Ulsbee,
Cochise county. Arizona, has made aDulioa-
tlon -for patent for 1434 linear feet of the
Cuprite lode mining- claim, situated in the
Warren mining; dUtrict, Cochise county,
Territory of Arizona, aa described by the
otiiolal 'plat herewith posted and by the
Held notea on iile in the office of the Register
or tne Ui a ianu umce. una tana aistriot,
Tucson, Arizona, aa follows, to-wlt:
I MncrnAtlo variation far nil courses. 11 !
and "oil line - copper urown ioae tuusur-
feet. . .
Xhenc'e S 14 degrees, 48 minutes B S.S feet
to oorner No, 3, a pine post S feet long-, 4
inches square, set XI in the ground, .with
mound of stone, scribed 2-1834. . . .
Thence'S 87 degrees, 10 minutes W on line
S-a surrey No V70, Brother Johuathan lode,
1031.7 fat,- to corner Ho , identi
cal with corner No 2. survey No 870, brother
Johniithan lode, aud corner No 0, survey No
871 Unolo Sam lode; a pine post in wound of
a i I is T kl fy - tLTn t IT i314 fy Uj. at &..!
I .,... ..IKa.I H I 111 f! Nn . II "X1 t tin ft n.l
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survey No 871, Uncle Sam lode, Ui feet, to
corner No 4, a pine ooai a ioiist, inouei
sauare, set l lucue In tlm urounu with
niounU of stone Msriuru -uai
Thence N 14 degreea, 43 iiilulitwW 5 4 foet.
to corner No 3, a nine pott 1 feet long, 4
inches scjiuirp, vet VI inches in the grojiud
with mound of stoiw Byilbed 5-1 Ml.
'lhuiiv'eN 37 UeKr.u. B'J mliiutt- ts On line
kcrlbed S M C ao J mid 0-12.51
Thence W ilojfro, 'il uiluutua W ou U
'8 survoy Mo iZii, JJtJiuioo lorto.l7 4 it in i-
iu-T u. t r ., i.... - i i. ...
sotl'iinchus la tlio t't'oiind with muutidufi
Btfkfin Birlhptl 7 12S1
llieiieeM'5dterecN, 17 minutes K 11.8 feet
in comer no -a. u uiuu uoai a leec lonir.
Ifinlmu ktinii.n tiftt. 1 lUL'llbu ill llin tff.tn.iil .
with mound nf 81 olio hcrllisd 8-1334
Theuoe S 53 deiees, 'it inlnutos on line 6-5
survey No 843 Uoldon Utttn 1 jde, 210.0 feet to
corner No 0, u pine iot in uiuuud of ktoue ,
scritud tiUMCiiui nud V-iZ'il
Thence N 51 deL'iee.v40 iniiiiitrs 15 on lino
J-3. Mirvey Ho tiVJ, Uuldou Uatu lorir. 474 feet.
9 comer o iu. n pino ou.t in mound ot
Hfosie scribed 10-lSii
Tlieuue b 8 Ueiriuei. IB minutes E online
ft-3, Copper urowu loa-. iJi tctt, to corner no i
11, .ilne pout U lent l-.iiiir, uieiaet. p.iure, set
W indhcK In tho biound AitU motiud of
ktonea, urll-ed 11-Ii't .
Ihcno.i : 83 ile--r. us, 07 minutes I! S17.9 feet,
to corner no 1, tho piaen ot lic-rliiiiiiie
'lutul unJ nut ui.e.i, cuprite lodo, r),u7 uores
'ilie H.tid iniMiiik' ululin bnlnc or tocord in
the olluvuf the iccqidor ol CouhUe county
l.....l.u.....u 1 tli.. l.Mlllltt flllfl f.l.rl .sn.,-
i tury ttforiH.ild.Ju bootlll, 1'uko tfl, ltccord
of ...inetr, the prosumed jtoueral course or
ot .Lines', ma prosuwi'ii liuucrm i-ourse o
dlreuiion of Iho uid Citpilto lode inlniii
,ll,.j,..lf,n f llin Kiilil i;utll ltn loilfl mlnlii'r
-liiv uliimn on tin nlat
h-n near at cun 1 detei'iniiied
prrr'Bt'd'veiopmeiitd, this cluim heliit; for
K dej.oim, 17 inlinitfi. tiGii feet tororntir
Ki 1. ft dri 7i doifret-f, H miiiuiu W. SOU foet
, toio ,ier .in ! I nun dUt'OVet' shntt totiil
I 14l ituuur K'.-t tliorC, nijutlier with the
Mirtaco Knitmd .Ik.au upon iho odlcial put
im.tnil liuruivlth. llin .(i4(l villi lode und liiln-
lii iimcnixf lii'ivbjr iiiltht It b puteiiled
lii'id OiiaiidoJ r. i"l.), to-ivlt:
On tlm noiili ny mi vnjr tiotfU.Sunrlie lode,
mii'vo,' fo tAi woMon date lodr, diiiper
Lriiurn lode liuwurYojcd), u d on tn S'nith
h iiirv So 7C Ui-olliiM' Jfhn thhn IiV.b .-ill
clui.neJ r thu Coppur V nun (Joinolluntod
Mining I'oiapM.'.-. '
AiU uut mi. I"i on vUhnlni; advrrsfly
nn .ivu in jf ) it ' In -Mitiliii; einlm or
mii'-il.oo rfiuii.lu en f (UO'td to U' ti..ir
.ivui u.-hv.. wi-.a i!.r i.uifl.tet ol tlm (.' .-;
I..llld l-'t.in M. tli,-ilU. In til,; 1'uil'lloij of
ArUoin.. liurlnw ih mi) Uais poriaJ of
. K? T-ai.
itrj- it n j win no out- i
p.wUU;i of tho Statu.--.
tn fSflT' r nY" KB wSSSB
l-,i . M Wo 1 bears a aegrees, ih minutes a awi.
O K Livery, Feed
and Sale Stable : :
. and Saddle Shop
WE CARRY" A GENERAL L!SE OF
House Furnishing Goods,
"Rugs, Granite and i Ware, Stoves; Lamps.
and china crockery ware.
NEW HOHE AND-NEW-ROYAls-R
Corner O K. Street
and Railroad Avenue.
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker.
Second Hand Goods Boujgat aad Sold . .7 ,V
Pfc ill. M ia
TIM GRIFFITH, Proprietor. .,
Finest turnouts iii the City "
Horses boarded by the week, day or month. ' Horses,
. 'bought and sold. Complete hack service. Hacks will "
meet -all trains. Good service . . '
Upper Main St. Bisbee, Arizorm
.wJAS. LETSON," Prpprietor..
The Home. Bakery
J. A; S. MILLER, PropL
Is now. open, fdr business in the Duffy building ' ;
Brewery Gulch, and is now ready to furnish patrons
with the best'of x f
Fesh ;Bread, Cakes and Pies,iv
At ed-Rock Prices.
He will also continue business for a, time at -the old.
stand, O. K, Street, next to the Orb office. v c, '
Are You Agoing
To be Hoodooed All Your IJfe9
We kill all of cir own meats
ii jtiiu, mcnin i' inn u-j you are iiikiiik n ciianr.es ot eating uiHeasea
mentr, that you are liable to wht-n bnyinir. from parties that 1tip
drescul meats f om out of town, whuto,lhfie is liable to be hoe cholera
or Texas fever, and you know nothing nbout wh t kind of roati jrbu
nret-atim; We handln uothing onl) the ost that money can buy.
C. A. Overlock & Bro.,
CEO. MNN,, Proprietor.
Your Trade Solicited.
Everybody WelcoiRe, .
Furniture, Carpets, Dhpleum,
under close inspection, (herehre in buy-!
Btflb Drirg tpr.
mWihqriy. ee.tn nt5IfT 28 lw f ,,?
I 111 !& MlUiUlaTlBtCr.iW.