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Carolina i Watchman.
Editor and Prop.
V SIIUSCUirTJON KATES.
p io year iiiHttlhratrce
S.x months '
- ibj of five
. ubs of tea or more
. TERMS 'STRICTLY CASH.
- THURSDAY. AUGUST 27, ISpi.
The Watchman is orpin of the Alli
. cc in thor5th and 7th Congressional
jji.stricts. . .' .
The Watchman has fj0 per cent more
circuhitiou than any paier published in
'vilislnny. '"'-.. ' ;
; A BILIOUS OLD FOGY.
f The Progressive Farmer of this week
Vntiu exjuses that piou old -fogy who
0-Jits the Raieigh . tVeiri pwl Observer.
J IVhout a year ago that paper published
n-most contemptible slander sent out
: Vrom theSlauder Bureau' t Wash
ington charging Coloilel Polk with
lifaK-ation when he resigned as com
jnissionerfvigricurture several years
!?o..' At that time fie Progress! re
Farmer pulled the corrupt cloajc from
the shoulders of Captaiu Ashe aud ex-II-
" 1 1 '
posed mm urpuouc gaze.
' This week, among otlier thingv a
circular that was sent out by the Ketcs
ftml Q'Jserver last fall is published,
f his circular is a most ridiculous thing
i that; it claims that the News and
foserver favora the sub-Tre;isnrv and
.ill the Alliance demands. This sec
ond exposure ought to convince ail
honest people that the News and Ob
server' entirely rotten. '
Yet, strange 1o say, people and news
paper men that profess to do right "and
7eaf Jod and love their fellow-men
continue to claim that the News and
Observer is th ablest, the most re
liable"! paper in North Caiolina and
thatit "moulds public opini'in."
. ' We cannot believe that Mr. Jerni
caiK who is how one of the editors, is
-il l unreliable man. But he is in bad
'lonapany, and should disclaim his con
oection with 'the work of Capt. Ashe:
"Jf the News and Observer really did
shape public opinion in this State,
affairs would soon be in a terrible con
dition. . Below is a copy of the circular re
ferred to. Doe it anifdhe daily utter
ances of the Xei'c-s and Observe' seem
to have any connection ?
COPY 6F CIRCULAR.
'rtjr. nev'9 and onsnuvKu,
The Old Reliable Alway True and
Faithful. ' :
Advocates the sub-Treasury bill.
Advocates unlimited coinage of silver ami
t!ic"U3ue of $500,-00(1,000 more paper money.
1 "Advocates distributing ?100,00,000 of" the
public money nov in tire Treasury to the States
iVii the basis of their agricultural products to
r 'relieve ngricJtural depression.
- ' Advocates repeiJhig the national batik l;iv,
artd allowing State banks to isstve notf.
Advocatt'3 the repeal of the internal revenue
V system and a tariff for rerinnc only.
Favors the Farmers' AUianeef scek to pro--jiote
its objects, anM advocates the protection
of the freemen of North Carol'int against iiu
.. position from any quarter!
Advocates that the white ir.on of Nortli
Carolina shall all gtan-i together and work for
the prosperity of all class and conditions" of
toen. : . -
t We print a large eight-page paper. Price
.31.25. In clubs at $1. c
S. A. A she,
Ed.Aivrj awl Olntcrrrr
"- ' ' Raleigh. N. O.
Q21 AND RALLY AT GIIARLOTTE.
Widnesday morning' things looked
gloomy for the farmers of Mecklcn-
K..v TCa -i j .
ourg; ISot only was it pouring;, down
p'n in torrents but: as yet not -one of
the speakers had arrived. A washout
of a trestle between Greensboro and
Raleigh delayed Col. Polk from getting
there in the 'morning- but he sent a
telegram that he would be there with
Mr. Wiiletts by three o'clock. Least
expected, "Sock less" Jerry Simpson
turned up, on the vestibule. Speaking
egan nt once audit, it is with regret
; that space forbids us from, giving his
speech, and more so when I learned
from him that he cannot be with us
I -next Tuesday. lie has four speeches
i i for this State onlj at this time.
''.y Tie is forty-nine years old with rather
i a tall slender build,' lie is a sound ex
pounder of Alliance' principles. Il
poke two and threofouifhs hours.
Co. Polk's train w:.s delay d six
hours so he would notet to Charlotte
before 7 o'clock., Mr. Simpson again
ioolc tlie stand and talked for an hour
and a quarter, in all making four hours
lhat he had fpoken. His speech
snacks considerably of the third mrty,
in bi own state espVcially, for neither
- of tlie bid parlies will acceed to tjie
peole wants. In all, bis. speech was
, good, his illustrations of Alliance de
mands were better than ever- in-all it
was grasd. We learn I "hat-Col'. Polk
u the court house last ni'ht.
THE ALLIANCE WHEAT H0LDI!iO.
Now since the A l.liauce. people are
AnrlanvArin.. i - .......... '
. uirTiFMir Ki uiiiig ioi a generau
holdingof wheat we are particularly
mix join to see them succeed, says, tire
National Stockman tnd Farmer, for
two reasons. First, for the ,,f
fbe better jinciTit will bring to fu..
iners; and, second, but by no means
lenst to demonstrate that when, far
mers undertake to carry through . a
coniuerciitl conitinatioti of this kind
they may prove themselves nb'e to do
it. It has been shown over and over
ii"aiu Iblifc Vfcw shrewd men have
been able to "change ' the markets 'of
the country, to un ulruost fabulous ex
tent in a few "'hours and to take from
,.m.i 'ul, tn flu. viiliin of commodities ut
. mv u ought to be demon-
rstrable that unck).uuted- thousands of
farmers ought to le able to -tip the
same, thing. iVof that they can do
it will do m'tfij more jthan sitnply
bring a fi increased ninount of money
into -.their pockets; it will have a whole
some moral effect iijmmi peculation.
The experiment will U- watclu-d by the
entire country with great interest.
MUST iJAVE THE SUB-TREASURY.
The Charlotte CJovnuue of the; 2? I
wrote an editoriiil fuder I he above
heading and wound up by saying:
- Free silver appears to be the mean between
these two extremes, a fr-e silver pl.ink in the
platform with Grover Cleveland on it. He
will stand there if put there and the formers
shoirM stand there with him. Making a silver
dollar as good as a gold dollar and a plentyiof
them ought to bring the democrats together.
It can be doue. Grover CUv.ebind is foritand
wh:t more do the 'armers want? Cleveland
has only insisted that the silver dollar should
be depreciated in value and therefore be
dispised and refused. Cleveland is the em
bodiment of courage and honesty and free sil
ver should be the common ground for meeting
of the two extremes.
Now, if we understand the Chronicle,
it think, or pretends to think, that the
Alliance people will st t lie snb-Trcas-ujt
sc-h'eme aside and compromise on
free silver foin::ge and Grover Cleve
land for president. It never was more
mistaken? What do the people mean
if they don't tneanthat they want the
sub-Treaf ury-? They hav; said that
they don't want Cleveland. The Ocala
platform has free eoinnge of silver
in it. What have we to' compromise?
Nothing whatever. Mr. Cleveland
belongs to Wall street. Most of his
acts wiiilei president point that way:
all of them since. Jle will never be
Thirteen S(a!e Alliances, heard from
and only one delegate voted against
the Oeala platform. Tim tliusness of
the whyfore of this is that the people
mean business. We predicted fjve
years" ago that this would be the result
of- the farmers' movement. Go on
with t he-good work. n other words,
k,!et he'r go Galligher."
Tire Ne:rs and Observer of last S:iu
d.!V and Tuesday morn'ug w:is red hot.
For inconsistency, discrepancy and
several other things t lie Xeirs and Ob
server is a daisy.
Tun farmers of Kentucky control
the State legislature, . notwil hstaiulifrgTT
the politicians claim n victory. Hur
Missouri State Alliance met Tues
diiy. v -We suppose liny wiil settle
President Hallby' endorsing or con-
Ex Governor AxrKFD M. f cales is
rknijaman Harrison , rresident of the
United Sfhte-vis book id, IVa a speech at
the Southern Interstate Exposition,
which is to he held at lLilM;;ti durinicthe
inontt).s of October and November. John
Wanamaker and the entire cabinet think
ii. i." sjtinwi iiuucy lor me rresiue.ni w visil
thft sm.o.nr,, ..no.o 'pi,v r. i ..f
durmg the ritterttent'.s Southern trip,
made during the early part of the year,
that the Southern people can treat the
Treident of the United States w ith cour
tersy. - The President will receive an unthsias
tic Ae!eonie at the capital oy the Old
North State. - v
You want a picture of the - national
officers of the A Ilia nee. Xcnd $1 90 and
et the Progressive Firmer and the
Watchman and pictnr,'.
A Novel Feature at the Southern
- Inter-Stutc KxncisLioii.
The innnaftemcnt of the Southetn Ex
position to be held during October and
November, 1891, nt the capital city of
North Carolina, have arranged a novel
plan for the fanners within rive or six
days drive of the city. They plotted off
a large tract of land into Mimll plots of
fifteen by tliirty feet , hii h aie fenced in,
with a gate or entrance to each; and
they lire advertising ext. nsivlv for the
farmers and all who desire to do so, to "o
to the Exposition in their own wagons
ami carry provisions villi ihem for a
stay of a week or ten days. !
This is a novel plan. The city of wag-'
ens will have police regulation!?, aiPd
will be guarded at night bv duly com
missioned policemen, whose duty willube
to preserve "order,as w ell as lo see that no
one molests the property of those campiug
out. Parties having ladies with them
will be placed in dill'ereiit camping
urounds 'froai the parties who have nien
exclusively, aiid special care will be taken
the have ihe very best of order. j
The nnijority of people will prefers! to
go that way for the following-reasons;!
First, It will be little or no outlay of
Second, No danger of railroad acci
dents. Third, The pasty will feel like they
are maslrnyof theh- own house, and yill
not- get tifvd out as is usually the case
when stopping at hotels.'
. Fourth. It will he a nlenwint. t ii r inl
i to .see the hundreds of covered
illul cou'b5 will rciuiud one of
PUT THIS lNjYOUU
Plain Facts ami Sharp, Pithy Sayings
from llefuiiu Tapers. "
rri t. 'v . .., ..i.,., ;o l,Q rl,cf
that mijst disturbs the slumbers or the
. In 1847 there wps one millionaire
and no tranij)s. How does it stand in
1891? Answer the qnestsou and sad
dle the' blame.
Texans had letter be poor forever
than lieco'me nch imw through the
usurious use of f.yreigu money, with
perpetual serfdom for themselves and
prospeiity iu'thp future. Expoiient.
This county is worth over one hun
dred, billion of dollars. Who owns it?
The farmer pays 82 .per cent, of the
faxts and owns 20" per cent, of pro
perty. ' "
The growth of the Alliance and
People's party of America is the wonder
and astonishment iij the politics of the
nineteenth century. f Washington Re
publican. The -proposed amendment to the
constitution to transfer 1 per cent, an
nually of the public school fund to the
general school fund is a step towards
the final destruction! of a sacred .inher
itance of the Texas children. Kx. 'r
The' U'S.S'jnate ctrutahft-ToHy
millionaires. (If con v. t hey teprcsjit
the farmers interests. JNo oiie-
would think of asserting that their in
terests and the farmers are not identi
cal. It is an absurd -discrimination of the
law which makes the treasury store
dollar lor dollar of the coin certificate,
while it retains only about thirty per
cent, of a reserve for legal tenders.
IE a moral, a social or a political evil
is prevailing aud the people of a com
munity, a State or a nat ion, have the
power in their own, hands to correct,
and fail to do so, who can the' blame
but themselves? Farmer Advocate.
The papers which are carping : about
the proposition of the t.rnieis combin
ing and holding their who it, will please
explain where the wisdom of expecting
farmers to continue to raise wheat be
low the actual production comes in.
Farmers' Advocate. ;
The farmers have; been patient, and
have endured being robbed as no other
class of men ever have and they have
been slow to find out th t I hey pay 80
percent, of the taxis,-besides furnish
ing the-verv material from which uu
merous speculators: .thrive. Pioneer
Wheat to-day is worth 1.50 per
bushel in "England,; and the cost of
transportation after 5 Reaches the gulf
or ocean is but a t r fie. Here t he spec
ulator again robs t hi fainnr, for the
latter is forced lo sejl his wheat gener
ally at the juices offered on account
of pressing debts has! been compelled lo
make tor a bare siiblenace. Pioneer
The express and telegraph J ol Is col
lected in this country are nothing more
nor less than legal i'.-d jobbery. These
rates should be reduce.'! one-half or
'two-thirds. Wfc exited, to -ee (lie cl.iv
Then the goveriiujut will
these branches of communication and
transportation, ::s it now dues the
jisostal nil tirs of Mu i cm nt ry. Speed
the da ! Weekly Itepnldic
Over twenty-two' millimi acres of
soil in the United States are owned by
Jjiiropeans. 1 he vast acreage owned
by aliens is koih! ti nine States the
size or iVlassaeliusetts. l lie alien Jvt''
lish land lords in Ireland, who are
charged wit h. nine-tenths ol ihe miser
ies a!id oppression endured by the Irish
peop'e, do not own hiilf as many acres
ll.'ere as alien Europeans own in this
country. lloston Ol'obe.
Shall the Alliancemen of Ameriea
free citizens of what, 'ought to be a free
countiy assert their rights and obtain
justice Wiil they; stand like true
men and do their duty, demanding
equal rights, equal lavs and justice?
Shall they demand a new civihz ition
and a new system of tinanciab the
equality of laws which she d- r. rve, or
shall they degenerate into the condi
tion of tenants and serfs. Dakota
AVhen you Hear an opponent of the
subTreasury bill say it would be un
constitutional lo lend money to the
farmers, telj him that it is held to be
con.-titutional tolendgo eminent credit
to distillers, and that to-day the
amount of internal ! revenue on the
whisky in store in the bonded jvare
Iiouses amounting to S(ji),"(H)(),00(), is a
Joan to the distillers for three years.
Then ask lijili why a whisky distiller
is so much better than a farmer, and
and why whisky is better security than
corji, cot Ion or wheat. These are: per
Ample room at the hotels during the
Exposition in Raleigh, guaranteed at
moderate prices. The! Exposition man
agement has arranged wi'ih parties to
put up temporary lodging houses, and a
uniform price of only fifty cents per night
is to bo charged for sleeping quarters. A
well supplied restaurant will be attached
to each of the lodging house?, and per
sons can purchase cooked food at prices
to suit themselves.
Shoots the Ashes IVoni a Cig-ar.
The most expert rifle marksman in the
world will give daily exhibits of his skill
at the Southern Exposition, to be held
in tho Citv I!.. i V r i
1st of October to the 1 st So f Decern be Tt i-
saul that he cait shoot tlie ashes from
ei$nrinthe mouth ot hi? a.sistart.. He
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
ifuouiiui uppie ironi tue iittati or hu musieiaus. ronie u iiiiui tun... . ....... , 1T .- .- - ,
sistant, and throu-h ainger vi,,ghrhl hy ! far as the White Mountains of New ; that tin -iu.Ution ot toe corporation sh;ui i , ;" wt
hi9 assistant. If therdiis anythincr inter-1 Hampshire, and two from lOurope. The ; he sixty y-a'rs; the capital sIock is sixly i TOpOl 11011- 1
esimg or amusing rat nek means to have selection ol tne musicians a ..j , u.u y- , i-' e- rt,.m
it for people who visit the Exposition the musical director, who had directions crease to three hundred thousand d(d- OU C0I110 SOOll.
.J " ' to select the lxst, so as to furnish the lars, divided into shares of the par alue v
WASHINGTON LiriTEi:. f
Hare of Texas Talks The Speakership
I of Scvr York Jldrfffjare
Washington August 24, 1S91.
Ex-Representative Hare, of Texas, is
in town and he is full of interesting
talk about things of national impor
tance. He says Governor Hogg ie
afraid to call an extra ?ession of the
legislature on 'account of the senatorial
situation, although the ' jeople are
mostly in favor of one. He says also
that Representative Mills cannot be
be elected to th.e Senate lecanse of his
having too many bitter enemies' in the
State, and that, he thinks, Judge Cul
bertson will be the next -senator
from Texas, if he wants the place,
whether the election be at an extra or
a regular sessiou of the leidatur'.
This, if true, jmts a spoke in the whet I
of the scheme which has been much
talked of hereto get Mills elected to
the Senate at an extra session of the
legislature, in order to get him out of
the speakership fight.
By the way, speaking of the speaker
ship, a Tammany democrat who is
credited with knowing whereof he
he speaks, says that the twenty-three
democrats of New Turk have ' been
polhd on the, speakj4rs1upi;jind t hat one
of -then is riMUr-Mp.t'Al,ilih),
ami sixtHen im'i t-Wjfvi H:,the tmit
ntkNvill be obsevv.eKhviu1 the -eaiuiis
with the exception'-ttf Representative
Tracy who refuses to be bound thereby
and who w vote for Mills,'rfsp will
get twenty-two of the votes.
Secretary Noble is again on hand,
and he is kept busy in denying that he
has resigned or thnt lie intends to re
sign. Whatever he Jitay have b.en
several mouths ago when the report
got out that he intended to reuigu on
account of bad health, ho certainly
isn't a sick man now. ,
The American Association for the
advancement of science, which has
been in session here since last Wed
nesd iy, .has about concluded its busi
ness and the m tubers are now engaged
in enj ing themselves by sight-seeing
and other methods just like ordinary
Can iager beer be, taken legdly into
Indian Terr.tory and te sold there?
Tlie ques'ion has been alced by seme
body, and the "Treasury, War and lutt
rior departments aiv. all interested in
its answer. "Ardent spirits' or'Vpir
it nous 1 quors" are prohibited by slat uf e
from being taken into or sold in the
Indian country, but judges having
jurisdiction of the iern.ory have dif
fered in Hie construction ol this statute,
ome bidding that it included beer,
and one, the other day, that it did not.
Secretary of the Intern r thinks i: is a
violation of the spirit, if not the letter
of tlie law, to sell beer in 1 he Territory,
and he has requested the Commissioner
of lutirir.il l venue to prevent the
admissiojt-of anv unuv beer into tin
Ten iNir , hut t ha; iU t;
; t; l has not. vet
if an . li'is lie will t do'
in the ni.il !i-r. '!'.,. r. ary b s d.
reeted I hat all pack iges of beer in the
Territory he muz. d.
Washiniit'Ui nw wants ev-.Myt hing"
I hat is goiuu". The delegates from the
1 )isj rict of I 'ol u m Ida d.--p art men I of the
Union Veteran's Union carried: a
heariv invitation to the national meet
ing of the Union which convenes :it
Cleveiaiul. Oiiio. t -1". u i "o . ti hold it
lSli'J uieetiug here during the same
week thai Ihe (K A. l. eneampmeuf
will l.e here, and notw ii hstanding liat
yesterday" was Sui;dav many of our
leading ritiz -ns Were doing missionary
w(rk in the rank-; d dcparl uients
of M;is'i liUM i ts, il.tiu evAew llantp
sliir;' and Vermont, the members -of
which stopped bere en rou'e to ('it ve
I ind. Washington is also after ail tt7e
political conventions next year.
It is. slated that a determined off i t
is to be mad' to get .Mr. ilarrismi to
ap)o:ut a ucccs or io W. L. Uragg, of
Alal.iauia, one o) t lu- Inter-Slate limn
melee dun :ii!s.io!!i-i: who died hist
week, a Farmers" A liauce mm if not
a member of the order, one who is
known to be in. smjvdhy with its
aims. It is claimed by liie Alliance
men that their numbers ami their d.
rect interest. in matters pertaining to
interstate commerce entitle them to be
represented upon the Inter-State Com
mission. and they will be supported .by
a number of influential republicans
who believe that it would be -good
polities for Mr. Harrion to publicly
rec"gnizrt the A Ufa nee, and ii the
Alliance -man selected be also a' demo
crat it is not tiuRight that the .mem
bers of that partywrriild do much
kicking, as they are particularly de
sirous just at this time of stiuidiug
with the Alliance.'
The oificialof thc'Nalional Farmer's
Alliance say that there is no truth in
the charge' that Senator P feller h s
been misrepresenting the mortgage Hi
u srep eseuiiii' me i;i"n- r,u m-
tedness of Kansas and tlu-v have
obtained the ollicial figures trom the ! chaser, V ill lie Fold cheap ana
Census IJureau to sui.stant iate theirinn reasonable terms. Call Oil
statement. These tigures give theor o(,l!VFe
mortgage indebtedness ot ivansas io.
jvansas lor iu; paL ieo .-. i- .-u-
7011 OOO .f 1,1 hd, Here remained nil-
paid at the close of the Census year
5?235,OCO. The lota! nuinbir of niort
g;iges was 020,000; the per capita debt
was $IG0; 71 per cam t. were on farms;
3 per cent. . were subj -ct to 11) jHr
cent, interest, 7 per cent, to 12 per
coat, interest and some of them are re
ported to be subject to 40 per cent, in
terest. A Musical Treat.
A musical treat is in. store for those
who visit the meat Southern Exposition
i .1.1 ii. i; il.. ii.ii N ('.. iluiinir
' ( 'ctoher and No eitibt
her. The hand that
is to furnish music for the Exposition
has been selected from tae most taie
most complete band that has yet per -
formed at a Southern, Exposition. '
A cream' f tartar baking powder.
Highest of nil in leavening ntrcnrth.--Latcst
U. S. Qobverumcut Food lieport4
Fresh Garden Seeds at re
Clover and Grass Seeds at
the lowest prices atEnniss' Drug
Be sure and call for a bottle
of 3 Cures. It has never failed
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and Sick Headache.. I can give
you first-class references in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. For
BE IN TIME.
Don't wait till you pot shk to get a
botlle of Enniss' Diarrhoea RpcciHc, but
come and have it ready. It will save you
a doctor lull and probably your life. It
is speedy cure for Diarrhoea, Flux, Sum
mer and l'owel complaints. It hover
fails to cure if taken in time!.
J. If. ENNISS.
fe!2:f - .
W. H. & R. S.
HA LEIGH, 17. C.
We desire to call tlie a! ten I ion of (he
people of Noi l !i Carolina to the
of Dry ( ioods and kindred wares, Car
pets and Puri.ituic, tl.a' we will make
(luring the; Southern Inter-State Exposi
tion, lo be 'hell at Ilaleigh, X. C, Octo
ber l. t to December 1st.
Visiters the Exposition ;:re urged to
dffcr (heir pvrrl:r.t:rx mi'.i! ecu visit
o.-.t .s-.'ot, w here they w ill be show'n the
largest lines exhibited in the Southern
States, ai d at
Prices lower tlian any other
Hduso in America.
Ev ! oj o wi! ' he
and p"i '. I c' y and m ; w.
ive!v w aited '.'p.-ii.
Exposition, and cl'
W. U.;& R. S. Me.' & Co.
Mr'ition the W'.it. lan.in wlicn yon writr.
Olio 20-horso-poYver Eric City
KnpiK' itinl 2-") Ii. ). Ioikr.
One C.M-fsjivv VjurWinklo Cot
ton (Jin with feeder, and con
denser. Also, Van Winkle Press.
One Lidd?ll Saw Mill and
This machinery is all in good
order, and can he bought to-
. , , .
Pher or separately to Hilt pur-
, t) Q rAT)SIIAW,
T , x f,
IU?SClI, IvOWail LO.,i. V,
State of North Carolina, I
Ilowan Couaty, j jHly i0ih iS'Jl
Notice is herehy given of the incorpo
ration of the Central Land Company of
Salishury, N. C; that the names of the
incorporators are Edwin Shaver, V. H.
Thompson, IL McCanless, I. H.
iFoUst, J. S.'sMeCuhhiiif, John S. Hender
son, J. M. liarlen, L. E. 8le-re, M. L.
Bean, E. P. Wharton, and such others-as
they may associate with them; that tho
principal place of business shall he in
ilisbuiy, IS ..-., ana its general purpose
- nno business i to nay ana Feu reai estate
ar.U to erect iniiH.iuxs ami lactones, aini
the nouij; M any oiner nusiiiess couicj reo
ittr.n !iv t he nw.H . . I
, of one hundml h)l .;.i s ea. li.
i W. ti. WA lON, ('. S. C. ;
j . . . -
- Wo arc now receiving the
largest and best assorted stock
wo have ever carried.
Read a few ofour prices:
Pant goods, 10c per yard.
. Brogan Shoes, 1.00.
Dress Goods from 8c. to $ .00
Men's Shoes from $3.00 to
$12.50. ' ':-
A'full line of men's and boys
The cheapest li nc of G roceries
If you wish to save money,
do not buy until you get our
We mean business.
D. I JULIAN & CO.
jJR. L. N. BURLEYSON,
GOLD HILL, N." C.
Ofllce near the Methodist church. "All
calls, niht or day, promptly answered.
.SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
SALEM, K. C.
Tho Oldect Fcmalo Cclkga in the Scuth.
The OOlh Annual Session ))Cpin3 Aupust
27th, 18DL. IU-jritpr for,! as t voir :i'.0 tj.c
ci:d features: Til K IEVELOIMKXT OF
HEALTH, CHARACTER' AND INTELLECT.
I5aUding3 thoroughly remodeled. Fully
equipped lrepar.iiory, t'ollcgiato niul I'osd
(iraduate Departniciits, besides" first-class
schools in MUSIC. ART, LANGUAGES, COM-!
MGItCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL STUDIES.
JOHN H. CLSWELL, Trincinal. j
Mentloa t!ieA atclunan wiien jou wrlie.
nrinix if. filonp;; the more the !iierrir. Yc arc nrep:ired In
lIir.HEU I'KICES fr SNOW XIUE CUHED than any oll.erjiv.il
fivilits arc eheap, a nn-rt 1 ri i Io when iue-retsi'd prires jiiv t.:.km into' mvou
Our r;u!ro:id faeililies are ord. - oend your td:iec to 0:ifrd, N. C, yu v
't ood prices and fjiiiek returns. Uuyer- for all cd asses and 1 from every p;
ot the world are located in Oxford. Vu will hud in.
ALL BUSINESS A KD NO PREJUDICE,
Hunt, Cooper & Co., Rfoi'dows Warehouse, -
luilhx lc Mitehell,
Co 1 1, W ''-rs &
Ii. . Minor & Co., Minor arehouye,
1L V Kuott, Maiuigi r Alliance Warehous',-
J. M. Currin, Ihivcr,
W! . C. Reed, I ?u er,
dohn Meadows, Buvcr.
Wilkinson Bros., lluvi rs
.iii ai o iv ) .tlir , . !.
I). S. Osl urn. linx'.-r,
r . O. !;: ;:li.-!r!i, I ) 1 1
Bowaro (f imitations,
iron nine fixed wire
Mtiunfat li led l-y
Mei.tim t he Waichman when ycu w1:c.
Can you read
$30.00 Tea Set at ' V i
That's what ! v
A $5.00 Umbrella, at I "
Warranted three years.
A $4 Clock at $3; Actual eosk
A $2.00 Breastpin at I
A 1.00 Breastpin at J
A .50 Breastpin at "
Evcrvthinjr under the i discount head in sail
' : "-:": i .
y XTnequallcd forjttc Curb of
Dysentery, Diarrhoea Choi
era Morbus, Summer Com
plaint, Pains in the Stomach!
and Bowels, &e.
r Respectfully, r
Nest Term Begics Sept. S,
Entrance Examinations Sept.
( Tuition ?no -per term. ..Needr "voiin" fmc
laieiinuvi erftracier will ic aided wi-j, ,.
arships-nml - loans. Hesides two CV,
Courses of study, which oflit a wide ranee
elective studies, there are comics t j,
r. !:..:.. .,...1 t.
&c, address the rresident,
. GEO. T. WINSTHV, .
''' Chapel lh!;,N.:(
Land for Sale.
I ofTer for ale nvv plantation, contain'
U7j Hcres, one mile west of Uoekwelt ' le
near Peeler's school-house. The tract b .
poafi.1 to contain a valuable pold and cm
mine. Any one wishing .o buy olionid.calt
or write me at Rock welL
.n un ihj uiim . . j;m il l 1 1115. - in.tr Cltaiii'-
August f, lt91.. - Gt. -
i 1 .
h.miier an diovsu.
(Jo., Ceu I iv Waivhuuse, .
Ji. ((Jurifti. I 1 1 v e
O. S. 8uvoot, Buyer,
J. I). I Jul lock; Huyer,
John W hl luer,
W. A. Jlohhitt, IJu.ver, .. "
t V . i rr'shti i vf ljii eiy rf
I. Ci It'll n, ljujer. '
Buy only the origin
Tobacco Jam Go.,
OXFORD, N; C.
loser and you make it
Family lO-CeiLDiairMi Mini
that? " '
Do you Know what it means ?
i Truly yours. -W.