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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 10 April 1869

THE lVATCHMAX is pcbusbkd EVERY SATURDAY, W E MAKEMSOX, I EDITOKS. WM. K. r OSTER, j T U£ M S : For 32 numbers,.. 4' 26 IS $2 50 Specie 1 50 " 1 00 " Rates of idicrtbing: tdumn KIKE.IISO^ FOSTER Editors and Proprietors. LI VOLUME 3. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1869. NUMBER 7. stopping to dispute iu any way the rights of pedestrians. Several hitli- 12 17 25 SO 40 52 One square, $1 oo for first, aud fitly cents; erto temperate blacks took a horn fw each additional insertion. j in this Way through the eourse of One aquara 8 insertions, 4 00 j Jay. One of them ran into the post- offices and various other offices; another ran into everything he met, especially an M. D. driving along in a buggy,completely demoralizing the entire rig doctor and all. The policeman banged away at j him. Once, twice, three times, the sharp, whistling bullet hurtled be- tween the horns of the obstreperous arrival from Texas, and as many times did the wild brute pass un- harmed. But he was not to esc...

Publication Title: Georgetown Watchman
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 10 April 1869

TEXAS BEEVES REFRIGERA- TED AND SHIPPED TO NEW YORK. The following, from the New York UereUdj is of importance to our stock men and shoald be read reflectively.— If it ia a snocess (and we doubt not) beeves will be in demand : Yesterday a new invention, in the shape ef machinery for making ice and performing the refrigerating process was tested on board the ship William Taber, lying at the foot of Nineteenth street; East river, in the presence of a number of scientific and mechanical gentlemen, to whom invitations had been extended. The ship already named has been thoroughly fitted with thin new apparatus of the preservation, during transportation, of fresh beef and other petisbable food for a long period, and she will sail for Texas some day next week, to return with a large cargo. The properties and designs of this novel invention may be briefly stated as follows :—the ini ventor has contrived a series of pumps, by means of which he obtains a press- ure on the carbonic acid gas ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 10 April 1869

LOCAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SAN GABRIEL LODGE, NO. 89, F. A. M., Meet* the third Saturday in each month. A # Announcements. Jftssrs. Editors Watchman: Please permit me to say through jour columns to the citizens of this county, that having been solicited by many citizens whom 1 have served as an Assessor and Collector, to become a candidate for the office of Sher- iff; therefore, after due consideration, I take this method of informing the people Of this county, that I am a candidate. If elected, I shall ever be ready and willing to discharge my duty in obedience to the law, without fear or hope of reward. Please try me fellow-citizens. I am very respectfully, JACOB M. HARRELL. F*ilow-citizehs :—I am before you a candidate for the office of Sheriff and re- spectfully solicit your suffrage. Election list Monday in July. J. L. PEAT. Ib the Voters of Williamson County: My Fkllow-citizens :—1_ am before you a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peaee, Precinct No. 1., and if chose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 10 April 1869

JVE W SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, j. c. 8. morrow, T. L. PRICE, MORROW & PRICE, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS CLOTHING, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS aad SHOES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, WOODEN WARE, TIN WARE, SADDLERY, CASTINGS, TOBACCO FAMILY GROCERIES. W A N T E D . Betvetf Wool, Bacon, Lardf Flour, Country Produce generally, for which the highest market prices wiil be paid. MORROW & PRrCE. E. B. HILLYER S Photographic Art Rooms. [South side Pecan Street,] Austin, Texas Takes all kinds and sizes of Pictures from the Largest to the smallest I exhibit as Specimens, none but my own WORK. I strive to Equal the host work of the State. My Willaimson County friends are cordi aliy invited to call on me when they come to Austin, and should they want pictures I will do my best to please them. Specimens at ihe Watchman Office Georgetown. WHEELER & WILSON'S Sewing Machines ! Bahs &:Schcmaxn, Agents, Austin, Texas. ^ Stir Machine Oil, Needles and fixtures...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 17 April 1869

THE WATCHMAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, W. K. MJEEMSON, 1 Ed]TOBS. Wm. K. Foster, J T B R M S: ft HIAKEiVlSON & FOSTER, Kr m Editors and Proprietors MKMOlilES. LI For 52 numbers,... •4 26 " 13 " $2 50 Specie 1 1 50 " 1 00 " VOLUME 3. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1865). Rales of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, and fifty cents f jr each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 00 12 " 5 0u <« u 17 •« 6 00 « «• 25 " 7 56 h •• 30 " 8 00 u « 40 u 9 00 ■ ** 52 " 10 00 j^"Ten lines or less, this size type, con- stitute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Ertrav ootMM, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge xm~ Our teims will be invariably, in ad* vauce, •v J. A. Mercer, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. C. Hart, is our duly au- thorized agent at Brenhain and else* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 17 April 1869

EXECUTION IN GRAY SOX. From the Sh^rmnn Courier, we learn that on the 26th nit., William O. Black more and John Thompson suffer ed the extreme penalty of the law for murder. The murder was committ- ed about the 2?d of January, as a part of an act of robbery, upon th« perf.cn of a stranger, Willson, of Mia"nuri, traveling through the country. Black* more and Thompson were two youna men, also from Missouri, but at the time of the murder were making their home near McKinnev. Collin county. On the discovery of the body of the murdered Wilson, gre.nt excitement prevailed and suspicion fal';ng on the two men, Blackmore and Thompson, they were arrested ard taken before the District Court, which then hap* pened to be in session s t, Sherman.— After full trial, with able counsel on both Bid's, they were convicted and sentenced, and have now expiated their crime upon the gallows. The Courier publishes the corfes* sion of both the prisoners, made just before their execution. Both acknowl edged...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 17 April 1869

\ LOCAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SAX GABRIEL LODGE, No. 89, F. A. M., Meets the third Saturday in each month. Geo. 11. Scott bus received the appoiotu>eut of District Attorney for the Western District of Texas. Judge Seott is a lawyer of kuowu ability and was formerly editor of the Southern lnteliiiieucer. & Innonncf nients. Jfrssrx. Editors Watchman : Please permit me to say through your Cflunmi to the citizens of this county, thai having been solicited by many citizens whom 1 Imve served as an Assessor and Collector, to become a candidate for th« • llice of Sher- iff; therefore, alter due consideration, I take this method of informing the people of this county, that I am a candidate. If elected. I shall ever be ready and willing to discharge my duty in obedience to the law, without fear or hope ot reward. Please try me tellow-citizens. 1 am verv respectfully, JACOB M. HARK ELL. Fki.low-citizkss :—i am before you a candidate for the office of Sheruf und^ le- spectfullv solicit v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 17 April 1869

gc 55 O ^ o !>§ =-2 S nr. a =; --5 3 = 2 2. o - a a ' 5. a 5 <B 2 5 - 5 3 ■fill 5;>* j_. p9 CR z-i c =?^ (R 2 3 ► w o 52! f c- i—i ► s oo BUST & FISHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, [Corner Congress Avenue and Bois d'Arc St] AUSTIN, TEXAS. —: o :— Have now on hand a lagre assortment of General merchandize, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, groceries, uaedware, Wood, Tin and Willow Ware, STATIONERY, SADDLERY, FINE LQUORS ETC, ETC., ETC., Which they offer to the public at REASONABLE RATES both at wholesale and retail. STOVES. We have a number of the latest improved •nd most popular Cooking and Parlor Stoves, with utensils, which we are offering very reasonable. R. S. RUST, RHOADS FISHER ly November 10, Rosedale Nursery, bbenham, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXA?. EVERT VARIETY -OF- FR UITS and FLOWERS Carefully put up and sent to any address. Grape-Tines, 80 varieties; Peach Trees Apple Trees, both dwarf (on paradice) anc standard; Dwarf Pear; Cherry Strawbei. ries; Currants ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 April 1869

THE WATCHHAN ib ppblish*d synt saturday, ~ T ERMSi For s3 numbers, (3 50 Specie «« 26 44 1 60 " is •« 1 00 " Kates or Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, aud fifty cent? fir each additional insertion. One aquar* 8 insertions, 400 • ** 12 " 5 00 « - 17 " 6 00 « " 25 44 7 5G " " SO 44 8 00 u •• 40 44 9 00 •• 62 " 10 00 fjj Ten lines or less, this size type, con- stitute one square. For all display advertisements, 50 per eent. additional. liberal deduction will be made for stand- fng advertisements. Estray notices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Marriage notices published free of charge MT Our terms will be invariably, in ad' vmoee, JB E <11 tors J. A. Merger, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. G. Bart, is our duly au- thorised agent at Brenham and else- where. ARE THERE NO "DISCOVERIES" IN THESE LATTER DAYS ? De Bow's Review has a most inr teresting article on " The Old and the New" which leads us to doubt wheth- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 April 1869

2 <" < -17 LM * '•£ 71 ** f 'i f £ I < \ 4.7 "P / 6^ POLITICAL. PUBLIC MEBTING IN BURNET, Burnet, Texas. April 10th, 1869. TELEGRAPHIC. At an assembly of the Republicans of Burnet couatv convened in pursu- ance of a call made by A. M. Cox, held in the town of Burnet on Sat- urday the 10th day of April 1S69, Judge John Barton was called to the ehair ani W, W. Brooks to act as Seeetary. The object of the meeting—the move thorough organisation of the pasty, the unity of the same, and the selection of delegates to the State and Congressional District Conventions, being fully explained and discussed, the President was instructed to ap. point a committee to draught resolu- tions expressive of our principles, whereupon the President appointed Messrs. A. M. Cox, Mason,Singleton, W. 8. Stinnett, F. M. McFar!and and George M. Davidson, and the Committee was instructed to report as soon as practicable. After a short deliberation the committee presented the following report, which was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 April 1869

6 l V~ X"l I— u ^ t , f f b '? , Mim LOCAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SAN GABRIEL LODGE, No. 89, P. A. M., Meets the third Saturday in each month. * * THE WATCHliN is PUBLISHED IVSRT SATURDAY, W. K. Makemson W*. K. Foster 0N' I Editors. t. f TERMS: MpThe Editor having taken a no*1 tion to enjoy the scenery of the oouo> try, and adding business to pleasure, has left us in charge of the (<ohair and it is no "easy" one, we* assure our friends. Being'a new hand at(the buss iness, should we fail to present the public a sheet as interesting as usual we request the good people, not to view us with too keen a "critic's eye," but to "pass our imperfections by," and we will do the best we oan to please all. Meanwhile we bespeak for the Editor, now in search of Cash and j patrons, a large subscription list and a full purse, and we are well assured that he will do you good in return. Ed. Protem. Per 52 numbers, 50 Specie • 25 «♦ 1 60 " IS «« 1 00 " Rales of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 24 April 1869

I 1 0 \Jjl 4s\SuJl LL 7-4 I •5P f "H NEW SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, j. c. 9. morrow, f. l. prick, %UST & FISHER, wholesale and retail * t MERCHANTS, [Cornei^Gbngress Avenue and Bois d'Arc St] AUSTIN, TEXAS. —: O :— Hat* now on hand a lag re assortment of General Merchandize, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, groceries, hardware, Woodt Tin and Willow Ware, STATIONERY, SADDLERY, FINE LQUORS ETC., ETC., ETC., Wtkh they offer to the public at REASONABLE RATES koth at wholesale and retail. STOVES. We have a number of the latest improved and moat popular Cooking and Parlor Stove*, with utensils, which we are offering very reasonable. R. S. RUST, BHOADS FISHER November 10, Ij Rosedale Nursery, B B E N H A M , WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS. EVERT VARIETY -o - FRUITS and FLOWERS Carefully put up and sent to any address. Grape-Vines, 80 varieties; Peach Trees Apple Trees, both dwarf (on paradice) anc standard; Dwarf Pear; Cherry Strawbei. Ties; Currants; Gooseberry; Raspberry &c. A choice c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 8 May 1869

irr v ; • THE W A TC H n A X IS PUBUSHKU EVERT SATUKDAT, w,KKMC' 1Ed,tors- TERMS: iTIAKEMSOtf & FOSTER, lalU Editors and Proprietors. Foi a2 numbers, $2 50 Specie " 26 " 1 50 " 13 u 1 00 " Rates of Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, and fitly cents f each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 400 ♦ «« 12 " 5 oo .. « 17 " 6 00 « " 25 " 7 5(> 0 " 8 00 u 40 " 9 00 • '• 52 M 10 00 fgfTeb lines or less, this size type, con- stitute oue square. For all display advertisements, 50 per cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for stand- ing advertisements. Estray jotices, two dollars each. Obituaries exceeding ten lines, to be charged as per rates. Carriage notices published free of charge, ar Our teims will be invariably, in ad vance, jsa J. A. Mercer, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. C. Hart, is our duly au- thorized agent at Brenhaui and else* where. VOLUME 3. TEXAS. From the Texas Plow Boy. The more a Texan sees ot other regions of earth, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 8 May 1869

live NEWSPAPERS. Silent Men.—Washington ncvor j stealiug at the last term of the Dis- 'made a speech. In the zenith of ! trict Court. We commend the following to cur janie jic once attempted it, fail- j Shfckleiord, charged wit). ed, and gave it up, confused and j same offense; and Alya de Allionetta 1 ku i: I II O V K O N T 8 A L o O K merchants and all others interested, as an expression of ours: What tells so readily the standard of a town as the appearance of its new si paper, and its youth or age can a veil be defiued as if observation had been made. The enterprise of iu citizens is depicted by its advertise ments—the liberality by the look- of the paper. Some papers show i a good, healthy, tolid ii,ui dation, pi. thoric purse, and well to do appear- ance generally j others show a striv ing to contend with grasping thousands trying to wrench out an existence from the clo?e fisted conn unity around them. An occasional meteoric display in its column's of local or of editorial, sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 8 May 1869

Lor LOCAL AND PERSONAL. at SAN GABRIEL LODGE, XX No. 89, P. A. M., Meets the third Saturday in each month, j ~AnnoiiBcemeiii . j Jfrssr*. Editors Watchman: Please permit me to say through your Column? to t'ie citizens of this county, that having been solicited by many citizens *vhom I have served as an Assessor atnl Collector, to become a candidate for th# * of Sher- iff; therefore, after due consideration, I take this method of informing the people of this county, that I am a candidate. If elected, T shall ever be ready and willing to discharge my duty in obedience to the law, without feai or hope of reward. Please try me fellow-citizen*. I am verv respectfully, JACOB M. HARRELL. Fellow-citizens :—I ain before you a candidate for the office of Sheriff and re- spectfully solicit vour suffrage. J. L. PEAT. To the Voters of Williamson County: My Fellow-citizens :—I am before yon a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1., and if chosen, will as heretofore lisc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 8 May 1869

m - 111"■ i' FRESH ARRIVALS f SPRING QOODS at A. B. PALM S, Austin, : : ; Texas. * o ^ 11 a -i'l; — -i - o. ~V. .. -D S,~ = 2 ~ 3 — 5 ? § 2 - <3-§ 5 ;ii S 30 2. 0 R lv s. 1 5T* 1:1 > > PC o i—i t-1 f ► 0C! : 0 :- Mr larire ami well selected Stock of Spring Goods just arrived and opened, bought cheap from New York first hands. Consisting iu part of Print*, /tinted Lawns, Checked, Swiss and MnU Mu*Ji n s, Cha m brays, English, Fran k and Silk Grenud ines,Irish Linen, Table linen, § 1 © 5t =s Kusetlale Xiirscry, B R E N H A M , WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS. EVERY VARIETY - O F - FRUITS <*nd FLOWERS Chrefully put up and sent to any address. Grajw-Vines, 80 varieties; Peach Trees Apple Trees, both dwarf (on paradice) ant standard; Dwarf Pear; Cherry Strawber- ries; Currants; Gooseberry; Raspberry &c. A choice collection of Roses and ornamen- tal shrubs, Evergreens, &c. Send postage stamp for Illustrated Dis oriptive Catalogue. ot2.f>2 WILLIAM WATSON. FURNITURE •FURNITU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 22 May 1869

*+■ rzL T II « VV X. t € El Tft I. \ ISI'pblib n::> kvkht satprdxt, #——m— nftaumiii i ii nn ■—<mi wnitar }edito^ TERMS: I miscellaneous. CT3 Foi 52 numbers, $2 50 Specie •** 26 44 .. .. I 50 44 18 1 00 " Kales or Advertising: One square, $1 00 for first, and fifty c«nts fjr each additional insertion. One square 8 insertions, 4 00 • " 12 •* 5 0i .. K i7 ' " 6 00 41 25 " ........... 7 5b >♦ 8(j " 8 00 u 40 " 9 00 * " 52 41 ... ........10 00 |£J~Tt?u lines or less, this size typo, con- stitute one square. For ail display advertisements, 50 per •cent, additional. Liberal deduction will be made for staud- n? advertisements. Ksuav jot ices, two dollars each. OMtoarics exceeding teu lines, to be chargeil as per rates. Marriage uoticPS published free of charge. cr Our terms will be invariably, in ad* vance, JP J. A. Mercer, is our duly au- thorized agent at Austin. Rich'd. C. Hart, is our duly au- thorized agent at Breuham aud else* where. Unexpected Return of a Man Lost; Supposed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 22 May 1869

?r-*ssr COMNpNICAfgU. OtMBKN RAMi'H," > j May the 17ih, 1809, ) Friend Watchman : I have long desired, to let you Inow how ve enjoy the rural pleasures of country life. Our prairie home is delightful. Cold, clear spriug water flowing under the dark, green foliage of overhanging; boughs, seems to in- j ▼ite to a retreehuieut fur richer than , ever appeared in the gaudy saloon.— j Kiting from the spring to the summit; of .that beatiful mound adjacent, there j bland* our hamblp home. True it b not a mansion, jet in qpietude and peace we dwell there. 1 l e freel*> man's bureau never exercised more dominion than we do here. Our view m almost unlimited. Herds of hones and cattle feeding in quietude io every direction on the rich pastu. rage that literally covers the earth, dewberries and mulberries abundant, haw* and grapes promise a Am har- vest next fall. We have a Sue gar- den, chicken^ goblin? and turkies plentiful, milk and batter in abun- dance. We read the Bible and reli* ^io...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 22 May 1869

IjOCA ft. COURT. f& D. H. Snyder has returned | WILL THE CITY AUTHORITIES RES- ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. SAN GABRIEL LODGE, No. 89, F. A. M., Meals the third Saturday in each month. fa & | having captured one Mexicau the lead- The District Court for Williamson , er of a party of three, who left .Capt. County, being a special teem ordered j Snyder's Camp near Burned, taking by Genera! Canby, commenced on J with them three hones, saddles and Monday May 10th; His Honor Judge j bridles, property furnished them as Bacon presiding. P e3ent, Leroy ! drovers in the employ of Capt. S. The Mexican was captured between Castroville and San Antonio, and is Shaffer, Esq., consenting to act was now lo,1£ed in oar county J« '. where Lord, Sheriff—and the office of Dis- trict Clerk being vacant, Lyman POND. A spirit of enterprise and has seized hold of our citizens, iBHtiiBccments. Alessr*. Editors Watchman: Please permit me to sat through your column* to the citizens of this county, that having...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Georgetown Watchman — 22 May 1869

2.13 s IB ARABLE A LARGE AND FULL ASSORTMENT —:0K— o ? ? Sfai* ffl ®3 Mnrwry, it tf A M , * Wj^B«eT0X COUNTY, TEX A?. 'WH <**. ■ Js3 - **■ SPRING AND . >4 ■ 1 - SUMMER GOODS. ORES. VARIETY -Of- J'4 ••••-.' FRUITS and FLOWERS Carefully pot up and seat to any address. Urape-Vines, 80 varieties; Peach Trees Apple Trees, both dwarf (on paradice) anc standard; Dwarf Pear; Cherry Strawbet- ries; Currants; Gooseberry; Raspberry Ac. A choice collection of Rosesaud ornamen- tal shrubs, Evergreens, &e. Send postage stamp for Illustrated Dis criptive Catalogue. ota.52 WILLIAM WATSON. FURNITURE FURNITURE J. W. EANNIG, | Pecan Street V Aastid. Tex aft HAS oa hand, and will be constantly re eeiving, the most complete variety oi FURNITURE ever in the city, consisting in part of the following: WARDROBES, BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, TABLES, CHAIRS, LOOKING GLASSES, MIRRORS. MATRASSES WILLOW WARE, ete. etc. Metallic Burial Cases, all rites and prices. Wanlnut Coffins always on hand, HT Prompt atten...

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