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A LIVE PAPER MAKES A LIVE TOWN.
VoL 1, No. 22.
BROOKWAY CENTRE, MICH., OCTOBER W, 1882
Price, Q1.00 a Year.
Tbo Weekly Expositor.
X Red Hot, Aggressive and Pro
gressivo Journal for Livo,
Enterprising Readers.
o
PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS.
o
1 a Tba.ii COo for Sir Months
890 FOU TllKElfi MOXTU.
Dm, T. Scrroy, Jas. A. Mbxziks,
Proprietor. Kditor it Manager,
ADVERTISING KATES.
1 Inch card one year 8 5 00
18 column adv one year 12 00
1-4 4 " 20 00
1-8 " " 30 00
1-2 " S5 00
1 05 00
Busincsj locals 5 cents per lino.
OnURCII DIRECTORY.
3fetuodIst Protestant Church,
srrtose alternately at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. and
lp.VL. Rev C. li. CLARK, Paator.
flaaiay Subuol at 3 p. in. J. S. DUFFIE,
Superiuteudent.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Services idternatolv at 10:H0 u. m. and 7 p. m.
-vices alternately at 10
li.,v ('. V. Hi
tanday School at S p. in.
Superintendent.
Chorch of Christ at tho A. C, Chapel.
Services at 11 a. m. Sahhath School at 3 p. m.
Prayer rueotlnit every Thursday evening 7:3d.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
SL. IULLENTINE fc CO.. Wholesale
. and Retail dealer in Dry Goods, I'.ooU
A Iboet, Heady Ma le Cloth In?, IltU. Caps,
o. Tea a Specialty. No 7 Huron Avenua,
ui No t Quay Street, Tuft Huron, Mich. 9
COERCsAL house
(Ferinerly ltapley House.)
REUBEN EMERY, Prop.
Thla home cm rooent'y changed bands
ae special pains will he take a to please
gets.
Thos. 11a r ley, Pboprietor.
A general Invitation it extendod to all to call
and Bee mo when in town. Mood acoommoda
tioiu for C'omnierrial Travelers and Farinem.
A Choice Selection of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars always on hand.
Dr. D. PATTERSON,
GAPAC, MICH.
OGieo Days, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
0. W. MILLS,
DEALER IN
PRODUCE,
LIME, HAIR,
LATH, ETC.
Tas Highest Prices paid for all
kinds of Grain.
If you want to know where to set
the besi Harness for the least money,
80 to
ond he will tell you to stop right at his
shop. All work warranted. Repair
ing promptly attended. t. Keep on
liand a full line of Whip?, Combs,
Brashes, Harness Oil, etc. Carload of
Buggy Cushions just aimed.
3IK-33 3HHa UILLQIE
AND FANCY GOODS.
All the latest and moat desirable style In IlatV
fleniiitn. J-lower. re;ithern, Iii5. Kil-
bonv G'love, llooe, l'nraoK Kaus, lliuidker-th!.-f;
J-ooe, iiiihlin and t-'.HU Tien. IIaiirioiiia
KmbroiJeiieii. New ht.v If a in Cooiim. Hide ConibV
Wands, Jleai's. lJree!ets. etc. Minnish,Torvhou,
Tialiuu and French TiiiinuiuK Lncea. at
Ladies' Ilazaar, Mia J. A. Smith,
In tho Rooms lately occuplod uy the Aorun ofllce.
CAPAC. MICH.
R. S. PATTERSON,
rour iiunoN, micil.
d::ali:r in
7 swolry, "Vtvfcclies,
Clocks, KnivoH, Forks, .Spoons,
Pitchers, Card Receivers,
Gold and Sliver Plated Ware.
W al-n hit" e '' Htck ef
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
You se Cordinlly Invited aiid earnestly
r?quied to MArtiliirt or stock io this IV
r.rtrpe"t Kn't nooipH.e KMrlk and prices b.
Utt purwhailrg. 9
llltOCKWAY CENTHI! 1HAHKET.
I'.eports correctwl every Wednenday by O. W
Hills
meat No t White
Vi'iitat No 2
"Wheat No SI will to
Vv heyt N 2 Btvl
"WliPHt No 2 Jipring
Ontj white
(),.ti mixd
P ti ley, 100 lbs
IVai
Butter
$ 90
85
7t
ri
17
00 & 1 10
r,y
16
17
FARMERS !
Local Expositions.
-Quiet since the fair.
Three weddings this wtek.
It was fair" weather last week.
There.is every indication of a cold
winter
We hear there to be another drug
store in towp.
Nobby overcoats and lots of them
at C. E. Itosweirs.
The dance at the Brock way House
last Thursday, was well attended,
C. D. Yanderlip left on Tuesday
last for Detroit after a new stock of
marble.
. David R. Brown and wife have
commenced house-keeping in Henry
rearce's house.
A new sign has been painted for
Jas Wallace and placed In position
over his new shop. -
Levi Lane, of Oconto, Wis, visit
ed with his brother and friends in
this vicinity last week.
Mr David Brown and wife of
Myrtle, Ontario, have been visiting at
J. S. Duffie's this week.
Cooper & Rapelje's stave and
heading mill at Richmond, Mich., was
burned to the ground last week.
Several of our young men have
gone to the lumberwoods this week,
most of them going to Roscommon.
-Win Yanlnwageu an old and ex
perienced hotel man has leased the
Commercial House at Richmond,
Mich.
There is a change in the time
table of the Pt. II. &. N. W. R. R.
which will be t your interest to
notice.
J. D. Vivian is advertising a clos
ing out sale of Lis wagons and buggies
to make room for a good assortment
of cutters.
Edward Hopkins, of thi3 place, is
at prevent packing applts for Dan C.
Day la tho vicinity of Armada. Ed
understands how to pack apples.
We are sorry that some of our citi
zens have no better Sunday pH&timo
than, lounging about the street corners
encourajing small boys to light &c.
Notice 8 havo been posted on the
several bridges in this township for
bidding loads to the extent of 3,000
pounds from passing over the same.
Bondy & Johnson, of Tort Huron,
havo a chang cf ad in this issue.
Their store ani goods is the centor of
attraction to parties viiiting Port
Huron.
M. T. Oramly intends to close out
his entire stock in his store commenc
ing on Monday October 10. This is a
genuine sale ami no advertising
scheme
There are now three comets visU
ble 1 1 the heavens. Thero is no tell
ing what will become of this sinful
world if these tilings are allowed to
continue.
We have just enjoyed the privilege
of sampling some of Supervisor Jones'
api-lea which he kindly brought U3,
and we are prepared to say they are
excellent.
Joe E. Soults, of the Fort Gratiot
Sun, is now a double iau, ho, having
lately been spliced to one of Capac's
fair beauties. Success to you and
yours, Joe.
Henry White, has brought to our
office a few fine larga ears which were
grown in his garden. They m asure
lOJit x U1.! Inches, and weig't 12 12
ounces. YYo return thanks for thu
dame. Noxi.
-W. H. Pilmer hai concluded to
clobe out hi.t stock of Dry Goods,
groceries, boots and shoes, clothing.
etc. IIo will commtmea his sale o,
Monday, Oct bur 10. We are inform
al by him that this is booiilde and no
ham.
Thn Momphi Band attended the
Brock way fiir aid rendered somo
very fine music. They also attended
the Armada f.ilr. Tim organization
have lately purchasHd a new oand
wauon und uro making good headway
with music.
Jas Walhue is moving his stock
of g hmU inti U' nw building lately
orrctal Tr him by K. Emery, where
he will continue to carry on hi exten
sive bujl:iej. He will havo more
room and will be belter prepared to
meet the watiti of his customers.
The Armada Fair wai a success,
as u-tnal. Thin year they had the best
display si ore tha orgnn zallon of the
'Ciet. Und r tl; in.t agoment of
ihegrn' il Mcn tary, J. E. Barringer,
tMs soci'ty has attained the greatest
success of any to ui&hip fair we know
of. Tho total numbrr of entries
ini.de wrr. 2.4:3, tin total receipts
were over 31. I'M. Ther were about
fl.noo iK-ople nix the giounhi the last
day. Everything pasno o(T fmiocthly,
and w. prnlict lVr tho aociety many
yt.ns of tuct;
BROCKWAY FAIR!
Hie eighth annual fair of the
Brookway District Agricultural So
oiety was held on the socioty'w
grounds in Brookway, on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week. The weather was all that
could be asked for, tho entries ex
ceeded those of last year, there be
ing orer 900 in all departments, tho
attendance was very large, the re
ceipts likewise, and, in faot, tho fair
was a grand success.
As one reached the grounds he
hardly, knew where to go lirst, but
we will make montion of matters and
things as they were classified in the
premium lists.
In cattle the oxhibit was good,
there being 32 entries. . Among the
exhibitions was noticed a thorough
bred Durham bull, by Isaao Curry,
one by Win Shannon and one by E.
E. Bowman. Grade cattle by J. W.
Guatin, Jas Foley, Jos Eastman, D.
C. Smith, A. E. Sh oarer and others.
Native cattle by J. W. Gustin, E.
A. Gustin, Andrew Ballhoff and a
number of others. In working cat
tle, Jos Eastman and Wm Morgan
showed the best yokes. In the class
for steers, Chas Presley's and James
Foley's took tho first premiums.
The exhibition of horses was very
large, there being 120 cntrios. It
soems to be tho pride of the farmers
in the Township of I J rock way to own
good horses, and they also take a
groat deal of pride in allowing them.
We have space, only to mention the
better ones. In the class for stallion.-
and fillies for all work, was no
ticed J). C. Eck, stallion, Charles
Tapnc, 3-yr-old stallion, L. Brown,
fl-yr-old stallion, Wm Seott a lino 2-yr-old
stallion, and a largo number
of yearlings and 2-yr-old stallions by
different parties. For general pur
pose horse, Wm White showed a
lino roadster stallion, and Svveetriian
& Clemnen a good carriago horse.
For heavy draught horses J. Gloss
how, D. McKcnzio and J. A. Yin
cent showed the best horses, two
years old, whilo Jas Sterling, John
Smith and J. Kane exhibited voun
stallions. Eugcno Iviely showed his
lino draught team which was de
barred from taking a premium, hav
ing taken first last year.
The show of sheep was extra good
this year there being 53 entries. The
exhibition included Cotswolds, Lei
sters, Jifcrinos and Lincoln. Geo.
Sanderson, J). McKenzio and E. P.
Parsons had tho best display, al
though others were worthy of men
tion. The display of swiue was Bmall.
There vero 11 entries and divided
among Berkshires. Poland China and
grades.
The exhibition of poultry was
vory fair there being 35 eiitries in
cluding light brahmas, buff cochins,
black Spanish, leghorns, dorkins,
Hamburg, ply moth rocks, in chick
ens, besido geese, turkeys and ducks.
In agricultural implements the
display was very large. The princi
pal exhibitors were Chas Grieb, of
Fort Huron, Jas Cogley, of Emmet,
Wm 11. Gillctt,'of Iliiey Centre
W. & J. Harris had a splendid
display of their celebrated mako of
wagons and buggies. J. D. Yivian,
of this place, had a nice display of
carriages and wagons; T. Darey &
Uo. took the first premium for an
oiled wagon.
The fruit and vegetable depart
nivnts were well filled by these farm
products, which goes to show that
this district is well uji in fruit grow
ing. One tiling wo noticed particu
larly was the effect thu sold weather
of September had had on fruit, es
pecially on grape", they not having
ripened thoroughly, fimply having
changed in color, not taste.
In the fancy gooJ; department the
display was very extensive. Quilts,
coverlets, worsted and crochet work,
embroidery anil such like, hung
about iu profusion and of that kind
that takes tho prize, loo. On the
west end of iloral hall wo noticed a
very fine display of cut llowers which
were very beautifully arranged into
bo'piets, plates, etc. We aro sorry
to say that our space not permit
us to mention tho exhibitors.
The last day's sports incliuTed
horse races which were called short
ly after 2 o'clock in thi? afternoon.
Tho first race called was a one mile
trotting racu, best 3 in 5. There
were four entries with threo to start
but Black Billy entered tho race in
tha second heat under protest, he
only trotted two heats, however,
when ho was withdrawn. The race
was concluded with tho fourth heat,
Little Dan winning lirst money, Kit
Carson second, Kittie Sutton third.
The second and last race was a half
mile running race, best 2 in 3. There
were four entries and four to start.
John Brown secured lirst money,
Tight Eyo second and Spot third.
According to tho program there was
to havo been another race, but the
entries were not tilled and it was ac
cordingly declarod off.
Ono thing we were sorry to note
were the games of chance allowed on
tho grounds, and that intoxicating
lienors were sold under such names
as "Tolu Rock and llye" and "Peru
Hock and Kyo."
As a whole, the fair gave the Lest
of satisfaction as it always has Hince
its organization. Tho society liave
good grounds, good spacious build
ings and what is most needed good
ollicers.
MAKltli:i.
Wells Me Arthur At Almont, on
Sunday, October 8th, by Rov J. II.
I'aton, MrC. A. Wells to il iss Marg
aret McArthur both of this place.
Wo wish thorn abundant tucces-J,
McArthur Wells At Almont, on
Sunday, October 8ih. by Rev J. II.
Paton, Mr Thos McAithur to Miss
Ida Wells both of this place. May
their j nuupy through life bo one of
happiness &nd prosperity.
Farnum Armstead At the Babtbt
parsM.i(:npe, Altw.-nt, Oct 2d, by Rev
K. Steele, Mr IJruben W. Farnum,
of Almont, to Mi-s Carlolue Arm
stcad, of Greenwood.
Boughner Bullock At tho jr. P.
parsonage, Oct 5th by Rev C. B.
Clark, A. P. Boughner to Miss EUe
nora Bullock, all of Maple Yalley.
Wo are informed that C. B.
Stonchou-jw was marriwl lately to
some one, by some one. ut some place
and on some day bat do not know as
to it correctness for wo could not find
out from Cassen, so we withoM it for
somo future . hsuo. We received u
prime havij-na on the weddlr.g, how
ever, all the same.
Afrk your Giuccr for Port Huron
llrooms. Take t o other. Every one
warranted. Manufactured by E. Per
cival&Son. lOmO.
Wo arc sorry to s iy that wo have
been oblige! to leave out some of our
intt resting correspondence this week
on account of lack of space.
B. T. rrobctt, at Port Huron, can
save you luoicy on lime, calcine plas
ter, hair, brick etc. Capacity of 1,000
barrels of lituo pur week. Prices al
ways tbo lowest. Near 7th street
bridge. 20v4
fchep Weter, in tho employ of
Freeman Sl Co. egg tle.ders at Rich
mond, vtell known iu thii vicinity,
while driving between Memphis and
Emmet on .Saturday morning last,
Wis waylaid and robbed of t.145 by
three nuskal mn about three miles
south oC Em met at what is generally
known a Lowu's Woods. No tlue
has berii ;rot of tLo desperadoes aj
yet, nllUough $'0 lias boon offered for
thblr capture. This i the second
time he has been waylaid, the former
occurrence happeuing near Daauvllle
tialy in thj evening over two mouths
ago.
1 1 1
Now i the tiinn your h -rviH aod cattlf
need at'e iM- n. T prevent i'i.eH and tone
up the e iiern you fill uol. iMiru!i's ooa
titioa i'lW.lfis tiuxotlld. Full Pound
35 cent. 8 ild hy C. A . We.il AC'.'
.e.esma
.CONSUMPTION'.
It is s liu that 5 ).ooo people dli an
nually in ih Ihilt.'d States alone from
this disease. In uome si'ctions oJ the
ouiitiy o ie o;t!h In every Ihr.-e is
from Coiisikinp: ion. Thhmn be, ami
should be itvouWl: our Mi.ule me too
cmvWs about uu onlin uy c ugh or
cold, and oilier hy.nptoms of tinoat
and luitg aiTectioti.-i thai lo.wl to this
ui.4easo. xu should arrest It while
it is in the erm. To or threo d es
of Dr. . IJoa.-mko's Couii and Lut.yT
Svruii will relieve an ordinirv co ih
or cold. It tl.H-s nt ilrv np h omgt;
lite many preparations on thMua'ket
and je.t.e i..e disease Uhiiid it, bit
ur.t.4 iliiecil v o.i Aut t r 't and l.ron-
chhil tuotw, removing ;di thi phlegm
ai:d mortiul trtttter that nccu iiul.il'. s
in i he throat Mil l imr.'.s. It allays all
irritation, and tend rt thu vole c!e tr
and dlfttii ct. S dil ty F. A. IJd;er.
Tlie K'.-yi.
Th K'jtnejs and L vsr r th keys
no-Hi. u'h htHllh. If 'hM .rus art in n
iielltf ut ill ion ! tVitr u n'l 1 i-ntfrUitie I
ot sickurt, ft.r tU syntt ui nill osnn itnn'.l
ofna; irf nuui-r. I' H-nHotii.
8 , F-k'iin staf?jj.n, fj.n'UV, Vtft'islr--K'ovr
n U'n -, A i , mn-winr Ims srn t
Uhi t'l il .'i Raft'V'-t -if Pre-r lVfl
r- uh'r j-i -iJ D'-tk P. '.a I & .
t Mue V Vifji 'S Kidii-t' kii':
b'vr 'uf! r,if . I thlt t'.i-He d;in
Pricie. ly l0d i'U; tiutll. SU ly O. A.
WeiU it .,
Uhat 1(1 Cents Will Do.
By calling at F. A. Bakers diug
store, you can get a sample bottle of
Dr. BoKanko's Cough aud Lung Syrup
which will relive tho most obstinate
Cough or Cold, and show you what the
regular SOcent size will do. When
troubled with Asthma, Bronchitis Dry
Hacking Cough, Pains in the Chest,
and all diseases of the Threat and
Lungs, try a sample bottle of this medicine.
S. G. Bettis will give a terra of
lessons in book-keeping and penman
ship, commencing Monday evening
Oct Oth and continuing five ovenings
each week for two months. The price
to join the class is SI per month.
This is a good opportunity for those
wishing to post themselves In book
keeping.and writing.
lleslorcdby!Ia;Ic.
Has the lk air and wind spoiled your
complexion? Do yon long tor a preparation
that will coiuplt-Uslr remove Moth, Tan aod
Pimples and leave the skin, and soft? If an,
yoa have but to buy a bottle of Hamilton's
Oriental Balm, Which is simply oiagfcal io
the effrct and perfectly harmless. It is uod
io all the bst f imiliAs and gives unbouadsd
notltfaciioti. Pre-50 Cduts per bottle, told
bf C. A. Wells & Co.
No Scrofula
Can h so derp-festud, so nialicaot and
stubborn, that Printlei's Blod PuriSer will
not be louud helpful. It will euVct a cur, if
cure bA possible. Aod if you ane troubled
wiih Coiis, Sll-lliUO, Iliuiplrs, lioutfQ
skin, or aav humor whAtrwr, just give the
Pari tier a through trial and roti cannot tat!
to receive benefit from it. Price $1.00 per
bottls. Bold by C. A. Wells A Co.
THE
Crockway Contro
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
IIASONHAND AND
FOR SALE CHEAP !
Carriages of All Styles.
HARNESS
Both clngio and double.
ALSO, THE CELEHRATKD
BUCHANAN WAGON !
Narrow aod Cre-d Tire, wh h I will sU
cheap, forth nit 30 days to utake room for
a stuck ct
CUTTERS & SLEIGHS
Don't forgtt the place next duor to tbe
KAPLEY HOUSE.
J. D. VIVIAN.
TIME TABLE.
Dlf.t foot of Court Strot. Port Huron, Mich.
Tn.ii run by Port Huron time. Trains daily ex
cept tiutulay.
EAST SAGINAW DIVISION.
GOING WEST.
a. m 1 p. m a. r
Port Hurpn LeTe 7 SO! 4 2C 9 4
U. T. Juuciion 7 4' 4 Sl' DM
Klnskief 8 ti- 5 1
S-.iiijaw Junntioa 8 .V 5 l.i 10 vu
Hrokray Centre 0 5 A 4!) 10 ft)
ifivin 10 'i fl W
Y.waa 10 3- 11
Hr ivrn'sCi'y 10 47 23 11 20
MarlH'e 11 4 " 0 4 11
fHTVilr IS m 7 21- 12 15
1 ) tie R C Junction 10.' 7M 1J 4V
Vi-.r 1 IS i 00 12 t0
tijginasr t 'M 8 40 1 30
i. u-.i f. m. p. n.
GOING EAST. .
a. m. p. n. a. n.
Easl Sssinaw Leave 7 41 6 15
Vr C5
Din C Junction I 21 7 oe
UtvvilU 8 4: 7 2 (5 0
Mrlu 9 li SI' 47
Hroxrn's Cltr 8 X.1. 7 2
Yorks 8 4T 7 47
Milvin 8 8 00
It-ockaav Cntr ! .7 8 1'i 8 la
AKinv Ju'tctivu H SO '4J DCS
lCiipsVy 11
(J. r. Junction 10 4't 1 10 r.o
Furl Uurou 1) ib 10 li 10 00
a. in. p. tu.
DIVISION.
SAND DEACII
Oolnjr North,
Oln jf Routb
2d ; Ut
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STATIONS
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No.th Ktrmt
KiiigK-y
Ssirinaw .) unction
(irunt Oniro
Jed.ln
A mail ire
Cms ell
Odlam
Au'Waoii
I'ack'a Mills
'.AriMinil!e
Wllii.ir KoaJ
iKlllill?'
Iieckerf ille
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A.lsmi' ('.ti-nors
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Return Helens loel at rednncd rales.
IIENilY MeiiOUII VN, ia.aulon Direor.
I T. All. W A D3 W ) iiTH . fc r r'T
THE
u
JIOME INSURANCE COMPANY"
OF NEW YORK,
Takes risks and insures farm property against loss by
Wind Storms Cyclonoa ond Tornadooo.
My
ffesiBg
We inlsad to take all the noneT for gooda that is taken In this Town. Oar prices will
be such that it will pay farmers lar and aear to bay of us.
Wc have the best stock,
Vfo have the choicest stock,
we have the cheapest stock.
And the largest to select from.
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES I
Remember we are selling off our ontiro Stock at a mar'n to simply eorer
expenses.
Wo Ho PALMEEo
ew Fall
-
AT -
Holden
HAVING JUST OPENED OUT
Boots and Shoes.
All bf whlch'have han markel vsr dAwn. We art prepared to eff.r aonie extraordinary
inducements to cln t-utrs n nr lite. We l ' one store leyM-.i .xvluaively u the
Vntot and Bhee trade and make this branch nfnnr tiuiuM a specialty. A t inspection uf onr
ttoods in this lne will rcbtir 'he w-nt k-f t :'' ht this is the p'actt to Luf HwiiM zaX
Shoes. MEN S GOOD EVfcllY DAY BOO 16 ONLY $1.75.
JTlie balance of our Summer Goods niul Remnants will bo closed out
regardless of co?t.
Cottons vory chssp by tho lUab.
HOLDEN BROTHERS,
"T O AFRO Y So OO.
Havo m:do another departure from tht'ir usnal routine )f busincis, and
have made arrangements with the celebrated Ketcham Carriage Factory.-
at Romeo to haiulle their goods. U
anyway before purchasing.
eral very elegant Top Buirgiea of their m.itiutacture wni'.'!i fcr heauty ot
finish and cheapness in price cannot .be b aj in the Stat ,vf MjMiian. All
of tluir work is warranted. Those tvlto vat:t cheap jiriei'd 'buggies cotu
bined with durability. Darev fc.C. cuu farnish tbeni. Coma and soo ua
Tho Great
Center off Atteaetioia
For Bargains in
Dry ioods end ClierGhant
TAXX-OIH-NTCa.
Our S'ooa- th?s season Is the tnot compile evr offer in thla marker. We kern every,
lbieg in the Dry O khIs line. Oor store is the plao. where ail cloee havers saoaJd call.
"Ssmplet sent on application and mall orders promptly attend 1 to.
BOUZST cSe JCHHSOIT,
CI1EAP CASH STORE, NOnril END OP BUIDOE
PORT HURON, MCH. ;
Apply to
Jomo3 Brown, Agont.
Put fela I
oodls X
Bros
AN IMMENSE 8TOCK OF
e Iiave.now qu lian.i and lor salo sev
T. DAilJV Ss CO.
JOiil SOL

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