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THUKSDAY MAY Ul, 1888.
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A ml, faith, hu'll fircut it. "
Any subscriber who fails to receive
tilo RKPORTKR and Post every week is
roquo.stod to report the failure. Wo
want to sec where 'ho fault is.
Sun Rises 4.5: i a. in.
Sun Sets 7.08 p. in.
Day's Length 1 111 16 win.
Moon quarter* to-Morrow 7 o'clock
23 minutes, morning.
The l'"es seeiu io be thriving unusu
ally well this season.
Hrmvn's Drug Stove, Winston, N. C.
is Headquarters fur drug», medicines
It is said tlut onion seed raised north
of the lutitude of Philadelphia will not
At Hrown's Drug Store, Winston, N
0., you can get special pr ccs in oils,
varnishes, paints &o.
The Republican Convention at
lircrtisbornnnininatcd linn. J. M. l'row
cr f.i ongies-in Ill's district.
The prices on Hee Hive boots and
shoes nre carrying thorn off with a rush :
don't .uil to see thrui when in Winston.
Peerless Harness Oil is the best
leather drossing for sale only by Ash
craft .V Owei.s, Druggists, Winston, N.
If you are in need of a shoulder brace
go to Ai'ioraft /c Owens, Druggists,
Winston, N. C.; they guarantee a fit or
The plaintive voice of the dove is more
commonly heard this season than last
your, and coveys of partridges may be
There are three male prisoners serv
ing out sentences in jail, one white and
two colored, two males white and one
male colored for trial
If you have not read the Iteo Ilive
Cash Store's advertimmont do so nt
once. Head evory woid. tt will pay- it
will be changed soon, rrtij it.
The Spring Term of i'tiipcrior Court
for this district ends nt \\ inston this
week, tho-Tall Term begins nt Wuit
worth •'u!y '23, and convenes m Danbu
ry August (i (for two weeks).
"The long wot season'' which set in
two weeks ajj i lilt clings to lis; though
the execs-iively disagreeable shivery]
weather of the fore part of last week lots
given way to a suauicrlikn temperature.
The Democratic Convention.last week
instructed its delegates for Hon. J. C,
Ituxtoii for Congress; Mr. Huxtoii is
strong, good man, and if noiuinntcd
would poll a large Vote ill S'okes con ti
D. 11. Mclver, arganiicr of farmers'
Alliances, is in the county looking after
tho merest* of the laboring classes, and
expects to be in this place the first Mon
day in June, to make an address on the
subject, and ho;.os to see a large num
ber o( tanners >»nd others present. Those
interested in the order und the. bc'lerir.g
of their condition will please address
him at Danbury.
Do you wear shoe ;' and do you know
the best place to buy shoes ' Sample S.
Hrowu's One Priee House, tireersboro,
carrits ten thousand dollars worth of
shoes of all grades, from the cheapest
pegged b rt'g iua up to the finest French
kid and French calf hand sewed shoes;
lu'.n women, uhildtcti und infants shoes
of all kinds ure embraced in this im
mense stock, and prices are marked down
to'rock bottom on the whole line.
When you go to U.ocnsboro don't
fail to see Fislibato's mammoth stock
nf ready-made clothing, said to bo the
largest in tho State, there too jou will
find a largo assortment of hats and fur
nishing goods. If you waut to be assur
ed of the low prices they nsk for goods,
you have only to stop and judge from
tho crow 1 of customers and busy clerks.
Now that no arc gettiug such a closo
neighbor to t iniensboro, hundreds of our
roadors will almost week
ly and they must romembor the place to
bey the iocs' goods for the least money
Many of our country merchants might
do woll so soe tho Fishblato stock.
The following are tho buying price*
of produce in Dunliniy: oats 46 to bO
cents, wlioat 75 cents to sl, rye Too.,
corn 50 to 65, peas 00, clieirics black
berries 8, raspberries 12i, damsons
0, 1 unpeeled peaches J, bligl-.t peeled
phaolius S, i unpeeled peaches 2, faucy
peaches 10, t apples '2l, bright sliced
apples 4, fancy sliced apjles 5, honey 10,
beeswax 18; chickens 10 to 15, butler
10 to 15, cgifs 12 S, chestnuts SI, gubors
(peanuts) $2, vinegar 25 to 40 (scarce),
rabbi', skins 15oeuts, p.issum skins 8
ots, noon skins 10 to 25 cts, ottor shin*
75 to sl, beaver skins (ulcanod of fat)
75 ecnls per jmtind, green hides 5 and
dry hide 10 cts, tallow ill cakes 41 cts,
»»d goose fcall)-crs 60 cent*.
The tax listers will meet at the fol
lowing placrs and tiiiics ; Daiibnry,'
June 4ih, nnd . r ith Wilson's Store,
dune Gtli and 7lli; Geritanton, June,
St'i «nd 9th. The tax payers should
he ready to give in their lists.
Tin 1 lit. Airy i'l'lclirulltin
At n meeting uf tho citizens of the
town at Mt. Airv,-the 20th of Jane was
finally appointed as the day to celebrate
the complet ion of the Cape Fear it \ ad
kin Yallej' Railroad t« this point. A
gtnud Gorman will be given at night.
Music 4»y Kessnioh Hand of ltichmvud.
All the citizens of North Carclina nud
surrounding states are em Jially invited
GrO. W. St'ARUKR, Scc'y.
Mt. Airy, N. C , M ly, 19th, ISSS.
t'apt. l»udlow is laying off lots and
drives on the tlm I'teduiimt Spring
property Wc predict a grind future
for Piedmont, nud when the titty stock
holders, ii II men of money, have built
their huiidsomo little villus on their own
lota, it will be one of he prettiest little
towns in the State, and in place of the
"city folks" spending two weeks or at
nio*t GO days n: the springs, many of
them will keep their families in this
healthful 'diuie four to eight months in
■the yean where they will be free from
the iiitnsuia ef the lower districts.
CON(IIIKSsI)N.YL SI.'MM VltV.
TCF.CD.tr, WAV, '22.
In the Senate yesterday a number of
bills ot local interest were passed, and
to the Itiver and Harbor
hill were reported; a large nuiibcr of
bills wcro iti'ioduced in the House, and
the bill was pissed creating the Ue.
partmont of Agiiou/ture and transfcri- j
ing thereto the Member servieo «'f the I
Signal Service liuteau: the Consular and j
Diplomatic Appropriation bill was also
•ivkii.v -haV, >t r. i'i
Ihe Senate duei'le 1 i.ot to c insider
ttie Fisheries treaty in open session.
Democratic members of the Hotist '
Committee on Itivers und Harbors ui'e '
dismayed at the changes loade by the!
Senate commitliw. items for tho N«iw |
England States have been largely in- 1
creased, while those for tho Southern
States have been slaughtered.
TltrnSOAY, MAV, 21
No business was dune in open session
of thu Semite yesterday, an adjournment
taking place fooii after assembling, in
ordei to allow members mi opportunity
to attend the funeral services of the
wife if Senator Sawyer, in the I louse
the I'ost Ollico Appropriation bill was
A favorable report has been made ou
the bill for the cstaulndiment of a Da
paitiuent of Agriculture, but that por.
Hon was stricken out transferring the
Weather llareau to the now Depart
l ilt HAT »t.\V, i'l.
The question of rcdu«-iog t.> n simpl - j
majority tlio vote necessary to override |
a I'«csidoltlia! veto was discussed in the
\eatoiday by Mr. Stewart, ur.d
tho conference report mi th- Pension
appropriation bill w-u pss-ed- in tto-
House the I'ost Ofiioc appropriation bill,
the Manue Conference bill aud several
other bills were passed.
KATI'IUIAV, MAV, -6.
In tlio Senate Mr. ISlair introJuocd a
joint rosolutiou proposing un amend
inout to the eonstitution, and the bill
increasing the appropriation for tho ex
penses of collecting customs revenues
was passed, the House proceedings were
In secret session of the Senate tho
fisheries treaty was indirectly discuss
ed, but was not formally taken up.
SUNDAY, MAV. 27.
Nothing of special interest was dine
iu Congress yesterday.
When passing Walnut Cove rciueui
her that you will bo well cared for by
sto| ping at tho Walnut Covo Hotel,
kept by Mr. L. W. Lewis. A.ll 'hit
l'rudcuoc is a commendable virtue,
but it is never seen in such b*?uuty as
when a mother provides hersclt with a
bottle of Dr. Fliuts' Cough Syrup for
cases of emergency. For sale every
Typhoid* Mini lollou l>iprH,
HcuMle*. I»l[>tlit'i ia, Nitiall
Darbya I'rophyluotio I'Muid will de
stroy the infection of all fevers and all
contagious and Infectious diseases.
Will keep the atmosphere of any rick
rooiu pure aud nhelesoiuc, absolving
ami destroying unhealthy and conta
gion. Will naturalize any bad smell
whatover, not by disguising it, but by
dijfroying it. Use Darbys Prophylac
tic Kluid in every siok room.
51H0.03 will now buy the Farmers
Saw Mill, SIOO.OO the Dixie Planer,
$-75.00 the Ox'-Jt inoli Tar Hsel Plan
er and Matcliei Manufactured by the '
Salem Iron • orks, Salem, N.'' Write
for full descriptive circulars.
Orders for ail (deletion on a proper i
turn to make cortein subscriptions to tho .
Roanoke and Southern Rail Road to be |
he'd in Sauntown, lieaver Island and
Know Creek townships.
A petition signed by 41 freeholders!
of Sauratowu '.owtifiliip having been pre-,
scnted prtwtig tho Hoard to ordor an'
election held ill said township for the |
purpose of submitting to the qualified j
voters of said township a proposition to!
subscribe lliu sum of ton thousand Jul- j
h>rs to the Roanoke .'I Southaru 11. It., I
to ho rim from Winston nnd Salem to'
some point on the liue of North Uiiroli-I
na and Yiigi iia through the township
ot ileaver Island iu the direction of
Roanoke City, Va., the said subscrip
tion to be paid in tne coupon bonds ot
Reaver Island towuslup, at their face
value, said bonds to bear interest at G
per cent. | er annum payable lialfycarly
and to run .'lO yoaj«, and when issued
to be placed in the hands of a trustee to
bo agreed on by tho Hoard of County
Commissioners of Stokes county, and
the authorities of said railroad company,
to bear l.itcrcst from date of delivery of
the same, and to be delivered in instal- j
incuts as follows, $"i,00" when said road
sludl have been graded to a connection |
with the Capo Fear Yadltin Valley ,
R'y. at Walnut Cove or Stokcsburg,
the other $5,000 when the said road
slmll be completed an I put in operation
to that point, it was ordered as follows:
It appearing to tho Heard that a pe
tition signed by 41 freeholders and tax j
payers residing in Sauiatown township i
in said county, is presented to the Hoard j
under tho provisions of an act of the ,
General Assembly of North Carolina,!
entitle "An act to incorporate the Ho in- j
idea and Southern Railway Company,"!
Section "1- of said net, ratitiod tho :Mtd
nf Kobuury to submit to tho qual
ified voters of said township, tho propo-
sition to subscribe the sum of ton '.how
and dollars in Snuratown township binds
to the capital stock of tho lloanoko iV
Hallway Company, and :t.".j
penring that the said petition is regular,
and as proscribed by law, now tt is or
dered that it be submitted to the iiuali-
lied voters of SauMtown township the
question of "subscription" or "no sub
scription" of the sum of SIO,OOO, in
Sauratown township bonds, at their faeo
value, to tha capital stock of tho Ko
anoKo Si Southern Railway company, for
the building of said toad, flout tho towns
of Winston and Saletu, lit Forsyth coun
ty to some point on the lino of the
States of N. C. and Va., tlio said sub
scription to be paid for in bonds ot Sau
rutown at their faeo value,
said bonds to bear interest at the rate of
six per cent p«r unnnui payable soini.an
nuully, and to run tr>c a pound of "10
years. Interest to begin to run »nly
from tho lime ot delivery of said bonds
and tho said Township receiving certifi
cate nf stock, in said Hallway I'oinpany
for the same anion its ; as the amounts of
bonds so issued, said bonds to bo plaoC'i
in thjhands of a trustee, to bo delivered
by the order of this I'oavd, to .srud lluit
w.iy Oouipuiy as fojlows, when
said road iliall havu been graded to spiiiO
point in connection with the 0. I''. \ \ .
V'. KailKoad at Walnut (love or .Vtokes
burg, N. C. and t&,000 when sutd road
shall be completed and put in operation
to that point.
In order that tliu quuli(l!l voters ot
s:iid Township may voto on said tjucs
tion, an election is hereby ordcrod to be
held, at the regular voting prceinet
(Walnu' Cove) in said Township, on the
sixteenth day of June 18SH, at which
election ull the voters of Bald Township
shall have the right to vote. The bal
lots shall bo either printed or written,
and shall bo cast as iugcneiut elections,
uiid those in luror of subscription, un.
dcr the condititions and stipulations,
hereinbefore sot forth, shall vote 'a bal
lot whereon is written or printed "Sub
scription" nnd those opposed shall vote
"No Bubaeripitioo." That John W.
]>avis be appointed Registrar and that
Henry A. Uurton Joseph I. B'aek
burn, Philip K. Davis und K. L. S i.ith
ho appointed judges to hold clec
It shall be the du:y of judges and
registrars to see that all such persons'
names, as arc not qualified voters of the
township, be erased from the registra
tion books, aud that they shall meet
with the registrar at Walnut. (love, X.
C., on the 14th day of June 1888, for
that purpose. It is further ordered that
said poll holders shall make return of
said vote on the 18th day of dune 1888,1
to the Hoard of Commissioners. It is
further ordered that this order be spread
upon the minutes of the proceeding.-* of
the Hoard, by the Clerk thereof.
C. M. LAHI.EY, o ii. c. c.
1). V. Carroll, c. ii. o. c.
A petition signed liy 25 freeholders to souio noint on the line of tho States;
of Jioavor Island township, having been 'of .\ortli Carolina mid Virginis in tlie j
also presented piaying the Hoard to or-! diroetion of ltoanoko City in Virginia,
dor ail election hold in that township foi j the snul subsi i-iptioti to be paid for in
tli • purpose 'f sal nutting to tlio rota of j bonds of .Snow Creek township, at their j
said township a proposition to subscribe , lane value, t>aid bonds to bear interest j
ten thousann dollars in tho same manner ,nt the rate of six per. cent, per annum
ami for tlio sruno purpose as set forth in payable semi-annually, and to run for n I
the petition of township a- period of thirty years, interest to begin !
bovo recorded, it was ordered as fol- to run only from tlio tiuie of delivery j
lows |of said bonds, and the said township ro- j
W'n the undersigned freeholders anil
tux payers of the township of Kesvtr
Island in the county of Stokes, under
the provisions of an act of the General
Assembly of North Carolina, entitled
•'An aot to incorporate the Koanoke &
Southern ll'y Company" Soctiou 22 of
said act ratified the 23rd day of Febru
ary 1887, respectfully petition your
honorable Hoard to order an election to
b« held it; tho said township ou the Kith
day of June 18SS, (or tho purpose of
submitting to tho qualified voters of
Heaver Island township, Stokes eouuty,
a proposition to subscribe the sum of
ten thousand dollars to the capital stock
ot the ltoanokc and Southern Railway
Company to run from the tiwns of Win
sun and Salem to some point ou the line
of tbo States of North Carolina and
Virginia through the township of Bea
ver Island in the county of Stokes in the
direction of Koanoke City in the State of
Virginia, the said subscription to be paid
in the coupon bonds of Heaver Island
township at their face value, saiJ bonds
to bear iutcrest at the rate of six per
cent por annum payable semi-annually
at some point to be designated by vour
said Hoard of Commissioners, and to run
for the pariod of 30 years. Said bonds
when issued to co placed lr. tho hands
ef a •rustec to bo agreed upon by the
Hoard of Commissioners of Stokes coun
ty and the authorities of said Railway
Company Interest on said bouds shall
begin to run from the dale of the deliv
ery of the same, said bonds to be deliv
ered in instalments as follows, $5,000
when said roaJ shall have been graded,
to some point through said township on
whatever lino they may adopt. The
other $5,000 to bo paid whenever tho
road shall have been graded and com
pleted to the Snow Crock township in
said township line.
In order that tho qualified voters of
said t wnship may vote on said question
an election i« hereby ordered to be hold
al tho regular voting prccinot in said
township (Carter's) en the Kith day of
June IHpS at which elcetioX all the vo
ters of said township shall have the right
to vote The ballots shall be cither
printed op written and shall be enst a.s
in general elections and those in favor
of subscription utulcr tho conditions and
stipulations hereinbefore set forth shall
vote a ballot wheron is written or pi in t
cd "subscription" and those opposed
shall vote 4% n0 .sub* , ;riptlou. ,,
That Mason T. Mitchell shall be u|>-
pointed rogifitrar, and l*aac Neal, W.
C. Wilson, J. W. Hotlirock and \V.
W. Mitchell shall-be appointed judges
to hold the said election.
It shall tie tlio duty of the judges and
registrar to see that all such persons
Domes an »io not |ualitied voters of said
towns.iip be erased from the rogistntiou
books and that they shall meet witb the
rei»is'r.r at Carter's precinct on the Htli
day of June 18X8 fur that purpose.
ft is further ordered that such poll
holders shall make return of .said votes
on the 18th day of June 1888, to the
lioard of (/'oiumiMionors, It is further
ordered that t!ii- order be spread up. u
the minutes of this JSuaiil by tin. clerk
0. >l. Lasi.kv, ch. it. c. c.
D. V. Can oil, c. n. c. c.
And a petition having been present
ed signed by •'! 1 freeholders of Snow
Creek township pruying the Hoard to
j order an election in that township tor
the purpose of submitting to the voto
of said township a proposition to sub
scribe fifteen thousand dollars in the
same, manner and Jor the same pnr
' pose as set forth iu the petitions of
! Sauralown and lieuver Island tuwnships
| above recited, it was ordered as fol
It appearing to tho Hoard that a
petition signod by IU free holders and
tax payors, residing in Snow Creek
Township in said county is presented to
the Hoard, under tha provisions of in
aet of the General Assembly of North
Cajoliua entitled "an net to iucocporejo
tho Roanoko and Southern ltailway
(Company," seetiou '22 of said not, rati
fied the 23rd day of Kobiuary 1887, to
submit to tho qualified voters of said
Towhshlp. a proposition to subsoribe
the sum of $15,000.00, in snow Creel;
township bonds, to the cspital stock of
the Uoinoko and Southein Railway
Company, and it appearing that tho
said petition, is regular, and as pre
scribed by law, now it is ordered that
it bo snbmittod to tho qualitied voters
of Snow ('reek township the question of
("subscription" or "no subsiription," of
the sum of $15,000, iu Snow Creek
[ township bonds at their face value, to
' the onpitnl stoek of tho Hoanokc and
Southern Hallway Company, for tho
building of said road from the towns of
Winston ind Salem. in KorsyMi enunty
j ceivirg certificate of stock, in said Hail
j way Company for the same amounts as
the amounts of bonds so issued. Said
: bouds to be placed in the bauds of a
trustee, to be delivered ou the order of
. this hoard, to said Kailway Compauy,
as follows . $5,000 when said road
j shall have bocu graded through the
I township byway of Sandy Uidgc and
$lO 000 when said Hoad shall be com
pleted as above.
In ordct that tho qualified voters of
, said township may vote on said ques
' tit>!,, an election is hereby ordered to
, be held, al the regular voting precinct,
at Alley's in said township ou Saturday
tho lfith day of Juue 18S8, at which
election all the voters ill said township
shall have the right to vote. The bal
lots shall LK> either priuted or written,
and shall be cast ns in general elec
tions, and those in favor of subscription
under the conditions and stipulations
hereinbefore set forth, shall vote a bal
lot wheniu is writ'eu or print-id "sub
scription," and those opposed shall vote
"no subscription.'' That J. W. Hutch
erson be appointcd registrar, and
jT. J. Qanu, II undersoil Moreficld J.J.
Sliafer and O. 11. Sinuuons be appointed
judges to hold said election.
It kIiuII bo tkct duty of the judges auil
registrars to see th«t nil such pontons
names, us are not qualified voters of the
township, be erased from the Higistra
tion books, and that they shall meet
with tno registrar at Alley's on the
11th day of June 1888 for that pur
pose. 11 is further ordered that
such poll holders shall make return of
said vote on the 18 h day of June
1888, to the Hoard of Commissioners.
It is furtbei ordered, that this order
bo spread upou the minutes of the pro
ceedings of the lionrd by Hio Clerk
C. M. Lasi.ky, ch. it. c. c.
l>. V. Carroll, ti. c. c
C- F. & Y. V. BAILWAY
CONDEXSEDSCHEDULE JW) 29
Taking clfect 5, a. in., Monday, I)*'**, lit, 'B7.
TRAIXS movinO NORTH.
Pass. iV Fr'ht A
Lvliejmettsvi iTe 886 am 'i 80 pin
Ar Mux ton : 0 40 :i:55
liV Max ton 057 4 If*
Ar Fayetteville 11 50 8 10
l.v Fayette vl lie jli 05pm s^oani
Ar Sanford.... ..| *2 17 :12i£Opm
IA Sanford 240 1 5:»
Arireensboio 000 r 7 4. r
I A Greensboro 110 10a ibi
Ar l*il*i Ml ! 1100 pml
Piissftiu.i'r and Mail No 1 Dinner at San fort I
Pass. A Mail No 11 dinner at Gcrman'on
THAI KM MOVING 3J5 111
Pans. A Fr'ht A
FA Pilot Mt ( 4 10 pro,
Ar liivciwlum* •••' » s 50
l.v (Jiv. iishoro ; 1000 hi I 745 im
Vi Salifonl 1 1 80 piu 215 pro
L\ .Sanford I 50 •» 55
Ar Fnyettevilfto ; 4 1"»* 7 05
L\ Kavtteville 4-50 :»;;0 am
Max 101 l 1 *7 000
L\ M i xli.ii I 0 40 0 4"»
Ar lienu.-ttsville. j 8 Oil i 1*2.00 in
Passenger and Mall Dinner at .Sanford.
Pitwnxiv ami Mail Trains run daily ex
Freight and Accomodation Train run* be.
tween lleuncUsvllle ami Fayeteville on
Momtu)s. Wednesdays and Friday* aim !*»
t iveen Fay«tU!vlll« and Greensboro on
Tuesdays, Thursday* and Saturdays.
Trains on Factory lirancli run daily ex
Close connection is made at . ..»xton with
C arolina Central llailway Passenger Trains
tn and from Wilmington.
W. K. KYLE, (itiii'l Pass. Agent.
J. W. FRY, Gen'! Sup't.
NOTICK OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given tliat Articles of Li
corporation have been entered Into liy Un
persons herein after named miller the name
and style of the "PIEDMONT SPKIVGS
COM PAN V."
OIMKIT OK THE IXCOVII'OItATION.
The object of said cor|ioration is for the
purpose t»f purchasing and improving the
mineral Spring pro|»ciiy known lieretofore
as the Piedmont Spring*.
I.t&CITII OK TIMK«
Said corporation shall exist lor the period
of thirty years.
I A PITA I. STOCK.
The capital slock *4 said coiiipany is Fif
teen Thousand Dnllari divided into share*
of Three Hiiudred Dollars each, with privi
lege of increasing tlie same.
PLA( Ror lIUSINKKS.
The principal office of tlie Company shall
l*o for the present at Winston, N. C., with
power to chaise, the same.
!.\ Om OHATOHH.
The names of the lu'co. pomtors are. S. K.
Allen, (». W. Illiisl.aw, J. C. Carr, J..C.
Buxtou. J A. Hitting, J. W. Altpaugh, P.
H. Ilanes A Co., Brown A Carter, lirown
Bros., VV. A. J audi, S. B. Taylor, J. L. Pat
terson, John M. Taylor, Vaughn A Ifepper,
J. 1.. Ludlow, Frank Miller, F. (1. Crutch
tield, K. G. Motely A Co., John A. Gilmer,
W. V Melinite. L. U IlillaiutJ. D.Glenn.
East Side Couit-House
WINSTON' N. C.
A COMMON SKNBG TALK.
KIM) It K. I DEH. —We do not desire to
mislead any one, neither do we want u» de
wive or take advantage in any manner.
Please lead carefully what we have to say
from time to time iu this column. Digest*
the facts, and if an itnl»clicver, meditate,
and if our remarks are not reasonable in
your mind pat* them by. If you are favor
ably impressed, give us a trial. Allow us a
chance to prove to you. ».air • Siit inaction
that what We preach is go-nel vriaiii. Ap
|>eals to your judgment -m mi sense
are the o ly argument we ii soliciting
your trade. It is for our intercsi we deal
hones'ly with you. Confidence i§ the very
essence of the contract between tin; merchant
and the customer, and how* can confidence
• xist lietwemi buyer and tidier when one of
them lutendsto treat ihe other wrongfully.
We ci moi aflbrd to Is* unjust io our custo-
mers, heuuisc itijmtiee I* always sure to
meet its proper desert.
Now a lew words as to what we are doing.
We have lieen here only one mouth, but in
tbat thue we ha%e built up a tremendous
trade, onr tales miming as high as S4OO per
day. From tin; very l*ogi..iiiug we have had
a larger 11ad«-than many houses of years
tupl;!i7, and il is conceded by all
fair-iiimled |>ersons that we are having de
cidedly the largest trade of any new house
that evei opened here, and u hat is the mean
lug of all tins? It means that merit will ab
ways win, that right will conquor wrong,
tliHt the Cash System, close attention to
business and ei*mom\ i* bound to force to
'the wall the infernal credit system, with its
twin brother, high prices. Our low prices
have caused a v ail of distress from some of
our competitors. We have seen some arti
cle* drop 2o cents on the dollar when it was
declared tliai tin y wen; being sold as low as
could lienlToixled liefgre. In many things
we have forced the price down from sto *25
per cent. Pleusi glie us credit for what we
d«»ser\c, nothing more, rnderstand us that
wt do not el till* to be better or Huurter
mcrcbanta than many others, but we do
claim tliat we can atievd to si-II gtssls from
5 to 25 i»er cent chea|K-r than firms who buy
and sell on time. The firms that buys
and sell-; on t iiu«b«*sides having to pav more
tor their goods, and losing the discounts, al
ways lo.>es II top- less t»y liiul debts, and
liesldes an honest profit they have to put on
an extra profit to cover then- losses from
that Mtunv, ami you and every otlier (lay
ing person lis* to |»ay it. Not so at the Bee
Hive. Here you buy everything at a clone,
quick protit, and do not have to |»ajr what
we lose by dishonest people's rascality.
We are just in rooeiot i»f a big stwk of
Fanner's Supple*, and are cHcring special
inducement* iu that Hue. (ilance at the
follow lug prices* Com|»are them with what
you have been paying, and then think of the
little fortune you wlil throw away in a life
time unless >on come diri'ct to headquar
ters. we aii; «»tleriiig:
Aim's* Steal Sjiado at £5 cents.
•» »• shovels .it 75. "
Kow 11nd's tteel spades at 50 els.
44 14 shovels at 52 44
St»cl bay forks at .17cent*.
I#arge *ize handled hoes at 18 cts.
Tra«t» chains at ;»2 cts.
44 44 heavy, at i) 7 cts.
*• 44 very heavy, at 4'2 cts.
Dixie ami Farmer Friend Plow Points
Big bargains in prahi and grass sevthes,
cutlery, Arc.. *c.,
We make a speeiality of shoes and cal 1
your special attention t4> our line of BKK
If IV K SM )ES. Our low prices carry tliem
off with a rush. We have already liought
our thinl stock. We hive sold as high as
tlou> 100 paes a day. We call your special
attention to our lino of Bs ( Hive Shoe*.
Every pair warranted, and if they do not
prove as represented we will make a reas
HATS! HATS!! ll.VTS!!! IIAT8!!/!
Men's fur hats at (J?), 88 ami cents,
TO THE LADIES !'
In dry goods ami ... we are offer
ing unlienrd of prices. are ottering a
line of watered silk* at 88 and 40 its. worth
I double. All the latest styles in dress ging
hauisat 75 to 0 cents sold by other bouses
at Bto 10. We have the • nicest line of
white dress goods ever shown in Winston,
at prices from
ofllerge Mixtures, Cashmeres, Chauibra)s
In conclusion we nledgo ourselves to try
by all 1 tollable means to save you some mon
ey, and if we cannot do it we dont a*k your
patronage. You will find us ever fighting
against the old rotten credit. s>st"ui, against
big prices, for money, for reputfttiu and for
the best interest of our customers.
Yours anxious to please,
W. D. Baity &. Sons.
Dfc£L 411 4
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Good Locks »• k*ep thiWMM*
**im *t*i* fate- #
ALLEN hag them.
AV eatlier St i*i us
to keep tl>e cold aol aoew out.
WINDOWS to i««k* a i.
S. E, ALLEN
4J m »Jl
MSTO J 'KS to keep the cold eat.
ALLEN HAS TilK>l on tb« Id floer
LAMPS t0 keep tbe dark Mi.
ALLEN HAS THEM at the
Old Pfohl fc Stockton Stand.
PAINT to ke«p th* damp ««t.
Allen has the Best
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To keep Anything
; ELSE OUT.
8. B. ALLEN
In short go to him
for all the Tinware.
Hollow ware, Wood
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t * &««*
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you may want, at the
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Old Ptoh! & StoeK
ton Stand, Corner ol
Main and 3d Streets, j/L
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