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Landmark, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1882, Statesville, North Carolina THE LANDMARK ISSUED EVEBY FRIDAY HY JOS. JP. C TEI13IS OF.SU IISOIII IN" ADVANCK 3 Oopy oui- year.......................... 1 six months........................ 1 throe months..................... arg- When subscriptions arc not paid In ad- vance, 2.1 ci-nts extra will be added e 00 1 00 75 VOL. IX. STATESVILLE, N. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1882. NO. 20. A DVEUTISJBMKNTS. HREAD hine Sewing. s. Seal, 1882. )ark Slate, ue, Green, Boyal al, Garnet, of Wine, Pale Rose, Cream, Old 'ea, Prune, topper and tic Silver cru, Dark 7 more of 3TJO-HT OP: 5ROS.. i-GE, >N CO. L, VILLE, Nj O. ARKER'S HAIR iLSAM perfect dress elegantly pe eU and harm Remove druff, restore irr.l color an r-emsbaldnes trull .OHESTON PTqniiltely frft. t yierfmne with litionuliy injtin and 75 cents. Intoxicates gcr. Bucliu, r of the best disorders of idlungs, Sris Used. Complaints, ism JDyspcp- ike Parker's uu and body -S linger Tonic To THE TRADE The magnificent Fall and Winter Stock of Wallace Bros, is now ready for inspec- tion. Complete in every Department and ex- actly suited to the wants of the Trade, Merchants will find it to their advantage to examine before purchasing. Carrying, as they do, the Largest Gen- eral Merchandise Stock in the State, and offering it upon the most Favorable Terms, buyers are assured that their best interests are subserved by dealing with them. Hoping to have you visit us this season, or receive your orders through our travel- ing salesmen, VERY TRULY YOURS, WALLACE BROS. Statesville, N. C., September 1st, 1882. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CALL ATTENTION TO TlflOIK 1ST E W S T O C TV O F Of now designs and ol'eyury variety and price, uspeeinlly purchased for the jobbing Uiitlu ot section. KKKSK STOCK OF PLAIN CANDIES. PUEXL'II CANDIES, LEMONS. 13 AN AN AS, APPLES. GRAPES. N UTS, RAISIN'S, CITRON, CU Li HANTS, COCOANUTS, .ly being ;uTcT- luipped that n with that OR- Lt, HEADS CARDS .TIONS, idsome type, stationery of in guarantee- eel to. 1 upon appll- CAfiK." ivllle, N. C THE ANTI- T. lesstruetedj MATIC- the nnm In his State; >eared as an sidexof the ge Tourgec's the applause the book was its passage rth, the book bought wliile sign of thrift., APER. jjcl. ted. Jblishers, New BSTER, vilie. N. C.
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