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THE TIMES
RURAL RETREAT, YA
-— ■ ■ - - ---
T*idat APRIL 14 th, 1893
LOCAL ITEMS.
Well, did you ever!
Spring has come, gentle Annas
Jno. Eiffert has moved into one of
Prof. Brown’s houses on Buck St.
We ha. e set up every type we ran
and must leave out some things.
Many a poor fool has “gone to law’
and come back a wiser and a poorer
man.
The ouly difference between some
people and a dog, they wag one end
and he wags the other.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fickle ot
Abingdon were visiting friends in
Rural Retreat this week.
Miss Mattie Baumgardner left Mon
day lor Radford to spend a few days
With her brother, Hugh.
Clhas Heldreth has built an I, to
his bouse, which adds greatly to the
^^^earauce and comfort of his dwel
i the flame ot gooduess will
s persist iu saying, I have
j that, such grammar as
best set of false
a visit to her
her return
at Jane
!
flare you wrfttsa
mo yel? If you
haven't, wisdom
[and Intelligent
ambition suggest
write to-day. I
jpromlso you my
jspecial, personal
[Attention. I un
dertsko to briefly
teach any fairly
Intelligent person
of either sex, who
can read ani
•vrhe, and whe,
. fur instruction;
• :il work indus
triously, hew »c
-’fiin Three Thou
sand Dollars £
year in their own
localities, whom
ever they live, f
■."lii also furnish
the situation or
employment, at
which you ta>e
asm that amount.
I ctufrga nothing
Slid receive noth
ing unless suc
cessful , e» shoes.
Nothing difficult
to learn, or thst
requires much
time. 1 desire bat
one I'.esson from
each (Siktrict er
acimty. I have &i
ready taught end
provided witbem
ploysnent a larara
: j^.X-KsSSSSwnnniftor who are
IKAbing: over Three ’I huusaud Collar* a Year. each. All ie new,
so'id,s;:re. Full particular* After y.-.u know all, if ycu
aacslude to to no fur: bar, why, no barm le done. Address,
fi. C. Aa.l«K\. F •» Slal^G
Scientific Amerlcar,
Agency for
CAVEATS,
TRACE MARKS,
DESIGN PATENTS
COPYRIGHTS, etc.
For information and free Handbook write to
MUNN A CO., m. Broadway, New Yobk.
Oldest bureau for securing patents in Amerioa.
Every patent taken out by us is brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in Jus
Jlmutifif 3twe*iraa
Sear; 91.60 six months. Address Muffin A CO*
PuhLiaii.ErvhfcSfaKroadway, New York.
ARE YOU
a newspaper worker, author, artist,
publisher or advertiser ?
If you are,, or are interested in any
of the above, you should read
THE JOURNALISE
DO YOU
l
want to reach the above?
Then advertise in
The Journai.ist.
Subscription 54.1)0 a year.
Advertnih : ratrs on application.
ALLAN FORMAN,
Editor and Proprietor,
7 Nassau Street, New York, N.Y.
Wood, Jr.,the trotting stallion
irand roadster,from Old Ken
adarkr brown chestnut-color
fc'ghs, when in full flesh, 1200
lobs by Nut Wood, Sr. record
fie is by the Lexington Gold
lam Pivtsey, be son of Green
[flack Hawk, and the full pedi
and records are too long .to
[tion, but will be given on appli
pn. Nut Wood, Jr. has never be
- been licensed at less than S10,00
’will stand the spring season of
fat $6,00. All persons having
Ires to breed will find it !o theii
forest to see this horse before
ceding. lie will bo found in the
ek Lick vicinity, and at the sta
V J- 0s Brown. Also near Kim
, and at Atkins Tank.
Itv W. E. < h r
ALWAYS - AHEAD
A. A . GAMMON, SON and Co., have moved their
Stock of goods io the Stuart Store House on the comer
of Main and Kail Road Avenue. Our Mr. W. F. Gam
mon has just returned from the Eastern cities with the
largest and handsomest stock of
8EMEKAL lERfflAPISE
Hi at we luive ever carried.Come one and all and examine'
our line assortment‘of goods, consisting of a full line of
Dress Goods Challies Nunsveiling, Mulls,v
Bedford Cords,Silkolines,Organdies figured
and satin striped Mulls, dotted Swiss, Pine
Apple Tissues,Chambreys Scotch and Zeph
yr Ginghams Satteens
Caslrmers Henriettas all shades and Colors,l
Full Um of Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries,
Dress Braids, an
galine and other
w _I iHOES, Full
iftio of glen’s Clothing, alsos l7 outh’s
a:, ,] Soys Clothing* Shirts Ties &c.
gSjT fljSEour Curtain Drap«J$, Window Shades, CurtainFoies, oi Oak, Cherry
and Walnut, Fine line of Seamless Mattings. Special attention is called to
our stock of Ladies Tritned and Untrimed Hats, Flowers, Ribbons, Alsfe our
line of Ladies Slippers and.Neapolitan Tics, Fine Shoes &c &c.
We carry all kinds of Furniture—Bed-steads, Bed-springs, Mattresses
Chairs, Tables *£•.:.■ Also a very cheap line of Cooking stoves.
~~ \Y<; invite special attention of the trade to this fact: that, we alivayjpay
cash for our goods and feel sure that ice can and do set! them cheaper than
other merchants who do not. Come and examine oar immcxs&Stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. You will find a better selection, and save money.
' A. A. GAMMON, SON. & CO...
Ail-over Embroidery, Silk and Torchon laces,
elegant line of Changeable Silks, Surahs, Ben
firpcc triminpc- HaTS BOOTS anti's
STANDARD A ATT T
PONY MILL
ITH VARIABLE FEED.
i &
YOU
WANT
ONE
If you are cutting logs.
This Mill has from 20
to 30 per cent, greater
capacity than any ordi
nary Mill, and is the
only variable feed mill
awarded a first-class
prize at the New Or
leans World’s Exposi
tion. Correspond with
• us and we will inform you all about
. its many advantages.
1 LIDDELL COMPANY,
CHARJ-OTTE. N, C.
| ^40E
IUSING\ / USING
SILURIAN
SPRING WATER
NATURE'S ^
E bring: the bene
fits of this wond
erful water t<* (
•our home—bottles or
. mm « n» your home—bottles or 4
{i C l Es r** barrels—retaining all (
h\ L* of its purity and cura- J
live powers. j
Dyspepsia,Bladder, (
[idney or Urinary (
live powers.
62 PAGE BOOK P
MA.LEO FREE. ^“^Vimm^diaUly i
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mild alterative, purifies the blood, renews «
strength and energy. Endorsed and re- J
commended by the physicians of America. j
SILURIAN MINERAL SPRING CO„
WAUKESHA, wiser :<SIHi_

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