9 Dec 1880 The Evening Visitor,
mqirn-ing . . H. J. Brown ' One of the most marked and noticeable features that make the (lis tinction between civilized and bar- bar- barious countries is the rpec which the former pay i ho deal, wluui compared with the Tatter. We make the cemetery a place of beauty. We cull the rarest flowers, and strew them over the resting place of the departed loved one. e bedew the grave with our tears, and memory is ever fragrant with the thought, or query rather, have we done all that loving hands and hearts could do to show proper respect to our dead. To supply a want that is constantly constantly recurring iu every community, has engaged the attention of skilled workmen for ye.'S, that is to say, the manufacture of beautiful coffins aud burial caskets. Among the dealers in this Hue of goods in this city, is 0. J. Brown, corner Morgan and Dawson Streets. This house was first established in 1836, and from small beginning, has become one of the leading houses iu the State. The large building with everything that is, or can be required by persons engaged iu the undertaking undertaking business, aud the large storeroom storeroom is kept filled with a large stock of caskets and coffins of every description description and value. Mr. Brown is prepared at all times to supply the trade with every article iu his line, and will do so at such prices as the value of the goods warrant, lo sell as " low as the lowest" is the motto of this house. Mr. John W. Brown is the Business Manager for the firm and will fill all orders by mail or telegraph, either day or night. See advertisement in another column..' .