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F. D. Johnson, whose advertisement appears for the first time in this issue, we have known from boyhood, and can cordially commend as a thoroughly reliable business man, and, in our judgment, all the more deserving of patronage because he “wore the gray” and was a gallant Confederate soldier.
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