"f I I, IV : ! v -v v - 0 - ' 7 ii. "TT" TT Mr ' - - 1 - "Tl -."-j' -V
, -1 VVl1'(P,- ITill ,)'!
P narOlillEWtchffl Mt.UDcc. lOtli, ' I fmuresslons made by Great Men. I casion was a perfect ovation for Mr. I Mr. Hillwas nnquestionabTan ora- InTnn'M ' ' n a' Li I TVT? ' - ! n
PRICE, iMt -. .
Hostpttpr StoiTch Bitters pirps stpadi- s
i S ' f
Mlu tbe ll-rvy, liullH rt :t hfalthr, nal? ?
il fluff t btl, . nrveurd oiuitumritm Y
ilUout niiiliity lirjrii? tue lovvi-W, gi-a--
siimularVit ihe fcirciifeiii'Mii aU by pro-"
tiujr a vinUdrtiiiliti(ii of - the: lhr$-
al sr-iu, rMiiilp, tli:it clKtrtul-
8 winch i4 (lie a uei iixiicaiion or a v-;i-
Unrrl i-onuitni of nil lheaiiim:ii puwra-
tr Sulc by aHaru:sfi.-ls uud Dcuk-r
'.noDES DKOWNE, Preit.
Wk. C. COAltT. Scc"y.
l -.ft '-"-i it- Si . i I , ' ' 1
rum ProlpVf ReMle. liieral!
tPremiiim payable One-hulf eiuih aiul Im.
;e in twciYeiiontli3.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Att., ,
2IHJm 1 it Salirburr, NUJ
ERUORS' OP YOITU.
GkXTi.EJiAN wjio 8uflrrJ for years from
KtKrvoiM iBllilTY PREMATI'KE DtCAY.
ml all lhaie.ftifc.ts6B vouthrnl indiwrrlion, will j
?- a 1 1 ' ; . It 4 .. I
or the saKeofMinerine iiiiniar.iiy,mnu irerm
11 nod jf lhA r fatiui trwl dirprlinti bir I
. I t i ii I
creda. SufRferH iriilihig to profit lj the d
ertieraexiitrienc? eanoo in v auireinXin
lrr. .nnfiAw . A . joii' li. h;I)EX.
T l 20:iy y tl r I Cedar feu. New York
... r j.'iiix i:..fif jiiKJV. . i
i. a . . . .. rw i. i
PMWR1?R TOT MATl
UUIIII . I
GREAT i REDUCTION
Tli PRICES OF
iHarbls H$nU2iehtS and Crave-StClieS Of
I cordially invite the public generally
o an inspection lf my Stock and Work.
feel jusrftied id asserting that my past
x peri elite under first-class -workmen ia
ill the -newest iind nwHleru styles, and
hat thsNorkmlpship i qual to any of
1 111 reUspir
ler to ''au
te qf eve
EICES P5 to; 50 Per Cent CHEAPEN
thaft Seter Affirtsl In this town before. -
.Call at opco orend for. pried list and des
igns. SaJisfiictoii gnnranrd or no charge.
The -eit'cttonsof marble is tne last worn
lot respeel; wliiet we pay to the tncniory
of .departed friends;'-- - 'u -
S T . v T f 111 KT C XlTT'Wr'TI T Rk WflN
try,' NC, Nov 1, 1881.
NOTICE TO DEB
rERSOXS irfdetted to the late firm of
"Ii R. QUAWOIID & C(. " - are lercby
. - )
Sod to come forward a ad -ina
t on or before Deciinbir 1st,
.j.i - -s.- . . i .
cost oficUcct.ou, as tile business of that
IE. H Craw::rd 3o.
6i thefcoutrtry; i do not say , "! . I . i i .i rl . Lr raAml iomenijine pan wuu u as uoi uhu
NS W,rtoaUo- Mk ,n raan pecisa gre - -T v T "7 V"' can be borne. This treat ..eut should
iioie,iviii iioi exaggerate iu or- . rujuc ui maurrec- r i nf to a shade of disappoint- U rant's hrst inauguration, i ine nine j . . i
drt,pliinlsale.VMyendeaivoris tionary States. The internal revenue y o-:..- m " .k J t...i.. ib. Pnri f tl. Prvereu iiiiur be vera, u-ya. .
kiidgrvc each customer the val- boreail iajnW'preiutrinir a aiatenlent'of ent, using uov. owa u .c, ra- - "'.T.T - occasionally rcauires to be coutinueti
fy dollar they leave with me. tIl m1t . ' i,. " ' standard. In 1869 1 met Mr. Keverdy United States, the; benators, ttepre- , . J ,
- Mt. Ulia, Dec. 19th, 1882J '
Mr. junior: i . , : ;:.Vr jf
liaye been waiting for something I
L c - ..... . - - - ' -- H I :
to !?I5 UP ,n o3r vicinity worth writing
aud turns. S we ronelnrfi!rviint-l
rondom totVltUtnmiiniTkn.. i JL.i
of -jparif gjining waste baslcet. The titiie vohngoii, Governor Seward, Eost mas
ofyvar i at haiid vhen oorJfaVmera (ulTe ter-Gentral ."Uantlall and .Gen Sickles
their years wpiV well igh wound m atteudetl the cmmencenieiit exercise
- . ' k x xa
Our COm & Cl ihlwiV Pnttnn iruliini) I I
n jz "If"1
uuu ueniera mdu merciiaitt
got all the moneyed a mortgage for ihe
bahinceTdae ant now after we get mi a
wood pile, kill iiog8; bay afew tricks tfur
the children , And a .small allowance of
lock-leg for the old folks we are ready
ii I i
is the ease with our average farmer xiiid
such will be the case as lone as we follow a
in the ruts made by oar ancestors, he
world keeps moviiij; atui altprofessUns
and classes of; meii, except cthe farjefV
keeps pace , with .ion-We wk
titers' learnl us, forgetful : that we live
in a new era. Old things hare pajsed
away j the days when crops were prbdnc-
ea irom tne virgin sou ciesred
vated by the aid of slaTe labor
more, and -we now find oursel
session of large fields of worn out laud j
Lfi in. '
...... v......m..ttuSluuvak .u -
measure upon our own labor to Wki6urKraiuw,t-MrI,,1an,0 ue l,reseui
living. The past 15 year experience has
proven that the negro tenant system is
ujwn the whole a failure. . . j
We oftea hear the modern politjcian
. I I . IWl . ..I t M ....... ... ! a K
iciiiv vi imoiii.iiiuiiii aim luuiui iiii-mui i.
.... . . . . . 'it I
, .... .
iiidinnent it i&.eouallv necessary in! bur
jurricultural nflairs. -And' the first (sten
. - , - -
to be taken in that direction is to' reduce
the acreage or amount of land that! me j
now attempt to cultivate., as tne most
of our time la consntned in planting and
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exhaust and iiiii)overlsiicl fields When I
perhaps the same labor bestowed on one 1
half the laud iu the same condition would
j, ........- -y -1
riolil at miwh im thn tt in . IVfl It.ivn nn I
tune f spare m preparan.g composr,; u.o
treat nicnum in uuiuiiig m bihhiv nuu 1
barn yard manure, and as we depeijd, al-
most entirely on commercial fertplzers
we have no money to spare for labor rat-
ing agricultural iaiplemenfsr Audias we
sow but a small amount of clorep and
grass we raise but few stock, ccarcrly
and these' of iiii i
enough to our wauts,
fri-ior onalitr . We do
nlirA iidh of rini nwrr f nl fprtitirnini lint. 1
believe they can be used with prpfit to
fill out what we cannot do with
made man a res and to be followed
ClOTtr HIIU gniRH. . i' 1
But Gnano is easy Jo get, uothihg to I
do but drive a wason to the; nearest de-
p. it, load ou a ton, giro a mortgage ou 1
yotir entire crop, drive home and rtsteasy
until near gathering tune. Then; comes
tbe tug ot war. ieryoujer man uringa
Storm, x no nueuis 1011 us iiint iipc; cwni
. rw.i .... . i .1.4. .1. .
Danv i squeczinff down on them and if
we don't t'auca sonare on ther will
squeeze down -on
m n. The eonsecnetce surprise he remained standing and talk about his services; in that dircc
is hunicd into; market aid i( a tiibtinct and emphatic voice tion, but was hampered jby the tariff
'JiLiSl 4I do not, Mr., President. I never plank in the Democratic platfbrm.-
js our products
,iltt 1.inrL-4,a m
no ith Irtiirr Fx t Ii tt r trina am TT t wa
0r three dozen noints id New York ttl 'the
, i. nrt;KSlnVa at -i
-. - T .
and feel glad if we hare enough
out. While the mnnied monopolist who
has gobbled it up chncklea atthMlionght
If . r. . , ..1. - ! t- ... 1
m a iaT l-" """
IIO UUIK. 1UI US lll iril" pjiiu mit-11
his wife presented him with a pair of be be, admitted without the usual l have assisieu in us wonueno. rr
twins a mouth after marriage, ?ThU is a promise." This happy .but unconsli- ress, you all surely dof know. Mr.
fruitful theme." .Ami if the spit it inores tutional mode disposing of the ques- Greeley was a very credulous man,
ns aniri we shall have something more
tosaybntin anticipation of. smacking
our bill on some of the good things the
uldiwoman will (jx. up for, Christnias we
forbear the v present f by wishing yon a
pleasant ChiUtmas and Happy; New
Year. Cjlod Knocker.
Important to the SocTix.-j-A Wash
ington special to tho 'Western press of
Friday last, of great interest to the South
seem heretofore to have been definitelv
- - . 1
nnv.. ... v.v oiuvuut i mrwrru "j"
FirsT Comptroller of the Treasury Law-
Are who is prepariug an opiuien at the
Fnuiuoroni m ine ireaanryi
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imposing the direct taxes did not provide
fir. the return after the war jof one-half
oi cue uixea coucciea 10 inaoiaies wnerc-
in they were couecieu. a cursory exam-
JUUllVil VI ftll7 latto 111 IJUvotluU fl VUIU IvilU
i... ? A f . A Ikul taa 1kA )Ttft VAC1 1 n faft 11 A akal Ia
half of the money should bdso i-e turned.
lint the Secretary of the Treasury is nt
an re that the act will bear this conatrac-
I - a. . a .at -la " ' a
tion without lurwier acuon on me par5 ox
I ia .. A .... ' .m n r v-4A I lap n -..4i.i...
Uoncrc. v. viu'mviivii ; M.n.uuv
should 'decide ' that the act referred to
makes "an "'appropriation ;off one-half of
tho tuxes ctillectedi itT would Ibe iquite 'a
windfall to the Southern treasuries.
A Kansa wheat farmer
that he will hire sheep
frills a head per season'
keep, for fertilizing his land.
I aavii DiiiiniT tb if w.r ia I TTnitictJnnnb!r be was a verv able. I a ticket of admission to the Beuatei rj. ' ... .
l BY A ' lWVEIU
3l"iXor.dI News and Observer, n
rn'U Summer of 1877 President
& t. TT ' ' . .
fciuuyuivereiiy oi ,54N0Un Carolina
h ,nUl :n ;ti.: :.u.i.?..s..
y vhui iiiiu ; iiic i I19H iu i tun nan
7 CV "" 1,,e,,UMUUUOU '
t 1 yCarS Cnfl ,0 1101,6 lh
fountl71 President Polk, Vice Presi
deut King, Governor Gralmm, Bishop
Polk. Dr. Hawks, ahd'manv disiin-
' t ..--..
guisnea senators and liepresentalives
I 111 Vl4 w " rin ? A - I
"f .?T 7 V,?"ev, a,uu,,8 ,ls
um"" ; At I,,al ye.Moyeroor Wavid
J'Swajn Avas W
very remarkable r raaiW A prominent
Mature; rhis cliarafter was diploma-
Hewas emiiuiitly ciuservativeand
4cquireiaeat0jnfulnce over all
? - :. - ;fA i. . . TT.
Tho can? 'j1 tact with him. His
ea in etinig th President and his
tjQ gaine tj
me ndd o-Inrv to ilif TTni-
w ' D J I
vcrsityi In 1858 he -bad lersuaded
. i -r
a similar occasion, i uovernor gswain
once said, addressing the senior class:
lYouiicr reiitleinen. vou will hear of
grcat Inen you Will meet them and
t - 0 o ..., 1
oe uisappninteu : out 11 j'ou ever ao
Iniftressions made bj' Great Men.
and cplti-I1511""'". io (auemi'4e i-oiHiiieiicemeni i ot V U.ican, Hie ViOQ oi
i iio- jnof exercises was tohelpiu the great He is a wonderful man.
ves in jvos- worKsof pacifying the"cduntry and at liim altogether, has the
..- I .. Ok
... .1 ...... ..v. . 1 i i.-'n tr-n
nleet mau Wll impresses you as
ereat he will tower so far above you
, .! . . -
that you will dwindle into insignifi-
canco. The only man I ever met who
.... . lpji llf rM.npsa wfls
- . ,;
tl wllll V. VIIIWOII. I
I was at that time not quite twen-
ty vears old. Uov. bwain was the
greatest man I had ever seen except
j uuget iiuiger. j. ne jl rcsmeniiai par- i
t t r fri. r r. I.
remaiued for three Iays at the
I f. I 1 . ' II . 1 .. 4. I I
f them, but especially G v. Seward,
He was the most impressive man I
everiiet. The following little inci-
dent wU! doubtless be interesting. It
was CU8tolu or tl,e two literary so-
cities to invhe all distinguished visi-
tors to become honorary members. I
Gov. Seward and Postmaster General
Uandall consented' to join the Philan-
I,, . q ..r r .....o I
lirilIU 0K;it;i , a. viaa a I
. 1. - W'l..... tllinit am iinrtol
"cmovi. "" -jr-.c vow..
into the luill the members an rose ami
the president of the society put to
them the usual question. "Do vou
proni;se to keep the by-laws aird
lranSac(Jwn8 of this gociet R gecret ?
r f I 1' II . 1 1 ,1 . -
. ill 4 4 Laiiiiaii 4 uoiivijt.ii , bn M v ..
i ; r - - -
I all resumed our seats thinking that
1 Keward hrfd done likewise. To our
I r? a
r Hr. 1,1 l4H.r
1' ICC iUWlUlU Vit X LIIWM VI
T dn. nM nrnmi-
II ... AT. i l.lli. I S,A.M.t ft. 1.1 ,04
l ivnuw uiniuii. x uu .u piwuikv
1 Wewere at our, wits end when one of
1 n. npvnrpt members rose and said.
'fr.'Prident. I move the rules be
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i Gov. Seward's case and
1 - ... ..1
J i;on was immediately adopted, much
. ou re,;er -nd lhe Governor be-
came one of the Socii. Y Gov. Seward
lar with the Ktudent-.
ti na w
id all the more so because he told
Johnson, and got very well acbuain-
I , (
1 icti Willi nun cunsnierinji iuc uiii.ci -
: nifML air u. a ia anI
i - .. . , ,. ,
w ien rt came dv wuere x uvea in
thd morning ron his way to his office
1 1 would join hitn. He war by odds the
1 . -
i greatest jury lawyer 1 ever heard. 1
herd him :ast after his retnrn as
ieu case or Auei r vs. itungs. rKF
Abel was the ownWlof the Baltimore
Suii, and that paper was'' friendly to
Mr. Johusoii and-defeuded his course
asj niinister.yery jwarmiy! TheeaSe
: .4. i v-j ...
11 1 a - f.CT.M Air ir
legal teuderacis. MrS Icakle Walha
"i - -T- j. YTr ri.
ti,e president ot the Chesapeake tfanfc.
t ..s f . Ul.Ji :.
The court room wos( . crowded with
the members of the tar, and the oc-
us he had been when quite a young Dy the kindness of United btates ben- ... - wM3
us in mm i j b .... ii i . ...:r the afiected part as a iwultice. Weae
man a teacher in Georgia. He was ator John Pool, I was enabled to wit- r , . 1
man a ir.v4 r & f aj n,g,f amJ , t,e morning
treated with great deference by every ness a memorable scene and hear a j hi
irtaieu whm r heat the. water, which should have
one not exetntini; .President Johnson, great ietch. beuator Pool sent me j ' . :
casion was a perfect ovation
Judge. Curtis was the smoothest and
most' logical speaker I evr heard. I
heard him and Gen. Benjamin F.
Butler, in the case of Kimberly vs.
Butler, argue the point Uwltether a
summons served on a member of Con
gress returning to his home'is an ar
rest in the meaning of the laW. But
ler was defendant. For sharji, quick,
adroit and skillful management of a
case he cannot be excelled. By far the
most powerful man in a legal argument
I ever heard is Judge Jeremiah S.
1 t VI a 1 ' A f
A arguei ne question
whether a national bank can take a
mortgage before the Supreme Court
of Pennsylvania : also Mr. Gaines
case before the Supreme Court of the
United States. His logiei w ifresisti.
ble. His sledge-hammed style, his
. 6 , . ., ;
massive appearance, his terrible earn-
estness recall my college impressions
n) ta 1 a I
lotnol imu;r f nnv livinor Ameri- I
svuus l'v n vi w -- - I
ean. "I wrote a short piece about, him
, . tl i.-r1
once anu sent mm a copy, ipw
piece I had expressed my great au-
miration for his genius. Meeting him
Uliaiit one vear afterwards, in the
capitol at Washington City, said,
. i I
t i i. i
you eet the' article?
" x es, aim reau u, no repiiet. ; hcii,ivi
sir" said I, "what out .you. think ot
. . ... I .... 1
it ?" "Why," said he, whenj
Byron was iii Greece, some one sent J
1 - nrfinl- written bv Jeflrevs in
. . i L. .
urillne OI liyiun fHl miiviu 1
not on friendly terms;! ! Byron in I
writing back to his friend i in jrjig-J
land acknowledging the reception Qffterwards to admire him..os my 'own
l.i l ;l ill 1 L Jl .l.:..l, I
ine article, sum, i aiwus uiu. imu
that Jeffreys was a devil fsh discern-
. . . , . ; i, . i I
.. .cvm. . .j -
M' X . . . . M . .
genial man, fond of th
young men, aud has a V
the company of J
ery charming I
way of saying nice things;
In the fall of 1872 1 had the honor
of speaking from the same balcony,
in the city of Pittsburg, witlj Horace
Greelv. When I was a school boy I
twelve years old my father had given
mc a story of Greeley's life, j 1 had a I
li, ....It nimNuiiitinn rt IhA 111 ft II Irfim
iiiuniiiu u'j;iv,vuniwn , .....
filvl otlal a IWtrCAnal Unnllfll ntftlICA
- p"' :.P
only servea to uroaueu iu e rauc
to Pittsburg under ecnliar circum-
stauces. He was the Democratic can
didate lor the Prcsidency. All the great
iro and 6lee kin avoideil him.
I II "..I t t.vn..l Ma Kofi nna mnM
. . .w.w ...w.....
i - . . ,
for the prosperity of if i Its burg than
anv other livine man. i He wanted to
It, t.o fonti'irpr 1 in MV lliirilKr
' i ! a .
I AV v. . . , v ...... v r j O
,U Rneeeh. which Was the MdeSt atld
most candid I ever; heard ; "Men
Pitlsburi?. how I have witnessed the
tmiwth of vour cily : how I have re-
IO - .!
joiced in its material prosperity ; how
I . . . ' . . j f ' r.
very easily imposed upon, but one
who drew you very near to his heart.
He thoroughly believed he would De
elected, but he is irreater in defeat
. , r
than he would have beeii in victory.
seulaIvcs in U)Ugress, uen. Urant
I . L .':,.. ; . .
i aim iii t w.v4.,
P, nnnrafa Sherman and Sheridan,
Admirals Porter and Goldsborough,
-.t. 1-..J u lt. f
i tne uipioraauu wriis, uu uuhuim
othlr distinguished men were present
I, . . . ( . .
j in the Senate chamber when Ouarles
1 Sumner arose ana spoKe twenty mm
utcs in favor of granting a pension to
J ,u most sonorous xa g"
I listened to. He was the ; last man iu
I politics purely for a principle.
I :- Col. Robert Iugersoll is the- most
jeloquent mairreyerr heard speak
'... i.:i.'i. l..:.l.;fi.....
I Woru-paitlier. Willie -reucriwa.ayuug-
. r, ... i ii m-n -t
I wl Mr. ,.iulpll Plilllllk. ll.lVfi
... - .,.,! - --; r-
peers ou the Lyceum stage. I
Mri , i,0 rit mo-rs.sional debate
I & " -
between Mr. Blaine and Mr. Ben Hill,
of Georgia, ou "general amnesty."
Mr. Hill, was unquestionably an ora-
tor in the limliMt n f th wonl
Mr. Blaine is the most electric speak-
cr aim me most auaacious teacier oi a
party I elveij taw; The halJ of the
House oT Rcpmsentativcs was filled
with Senators and other distinguished
visitors jjthe galleries were crowded,
the diplomatic galleries filled ; the g?.s
was lighted For the firt time since
the war, on tli floors rf the Federal
Congress, ""the South was defended
from the charges of inhumanity to
prisouers. Ah, Mr. Hill was a char
ming orator and a charming man 1 No
one could be pleasanter to young men
than he. i 'This trait of charter was
after his visit to Raleisrh to trv the I
special tax bond cases that Chief Jus-
tice Smith was the strongest man he
nrvtt1 lit orn) in f lua Ssl.itu li. I lnua
grown up I have never met in this j
State a stroiiL'er man thau Col. David
M. Carter, j He had a powerful intel-
1 i. ffl t .1.-11 1. r
iwu v pva. 01
tne living. ; AHt r all 1 Have never j
met a man of whom 1 could ay with-1
lout some mental reservation. "He is l
entirely great." I imagine Mr. Web- y
j . '
Ister to have been such a man. I think
Uri.:.. :. .:.k.k.. 1 :j
mm u migmuc iruij wiu.irtnmu
na tn vorpore sano.
. I .
Bishop Atkins was a very complete
man, probably the best balanceed man
all around in the State. He was a
fiUI ..V- . .kL. M.
t. ioii.u aim cbiivmii
was kind to the young. I learned to!
love 111m at my fathers home and af-1
Greatness is a relative term. Some
... , T ... i . I
- - , i
some Shakespeare the greatest. Gari-
a M W 1 nM . . . ' . ' .
baldi thought John Brown tho great
est living American. This is a prog-
ressive age. Great events and not
(men are the order of the day. After
awhile afterjwo or three hundred
years America will be the finest arena
for the display of genius the world
A Cure for Sciatica.
A cure for neuralgia and sciatica,
and I am told, an unfailing one is
too valuable n t to be recorded.
An English officer, who served
with distinction in the war with Na
poleon, wa once laid up in a small
village in France with a severe attack
of sciatica. It so happened that at
that time a tinman was being employ-
-.1 .Li I . 1 . I. I 1 ...1
I l I II Ilia ill la- mt lllll irill . llllll
" " "T '
I , I .. . .
soldier, took an interest in the oflicer s
case, and gave him the cure, which,
...... tl 1
in this instance, succeeded immediate -
ly and forever, and which I am about
to set down. It is. at anv rate, so
. I , .
simple as to be worth a trial.
Take a moderate-sized potato, rath -
er big than small, aud1oil it in one
quart of water. Foment the irt aPJ
fected with the water in which the!
potato has beeu boiled as hot as it can
be borne at night before going to bed;
: . t
I... .!. i,lnl. it. I rt rraf lima f tin
. , iV .
never failed to be successtul.
The Democracy. The test of a well
balanced man Is, thathe Jjrm.
perity, and - the same principle applies
... L.t i. ' 4 ... rni.
Willi UOUUie iorcc in n pai . xnv owna
bupters, backed by the corporations, are
giving indications that they wilt prove
toe strttg forthc statesmen of, the pem
ocratie) party. If the 4 former triniirpbi
they will simply repeat Democratic his
tory ; if the latter are succesful, it ia
probable that the Democratic party will
show tiat, the Republicans eouut upo
Democratic blunders for" snccess. , It is
evident that there ; aW souiis taeii l!jn ' th
Democratic party who appreciate that
every. vote takeu from the'Jlepnblicans;
anu pyuM, uresv- ?
aud that they cannot disregard the iude
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such strength in the community.aff
a c!.arm.ngfeaire i the iiv of Mr. BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY. We keep the Wsfmade. : .;
R,oh,rd D?n,ll Jdg. fnQ- I AGENTS FOR COATS" 8POOI.COTTON. N.w PP1T f ( Tia XUni., . '
liam and Mr. Gilmer, of North Car i I r-n ii-rn- j m 4 ttt -
oliua. 1 , . - Full stock of Glass and Table Ware. . V
r- t ' i t i ii Best Flour. Meats, Snirar, Coffee, TEA8, Rice, Potatoes, Canned Fruits, Pure Lard.', ?
j Mr. Keverdy Johnson told me just Corn, Bran, Meal, New Orleans Molasses and Syrups. Ac., Full assortment" of.Familr Z:
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f LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS 'AND GROCERIES
LEADING j DEALERS IN DRY
pLarge Assortment of Iiadies Cloaks and Shawls.
i LADES' HATS AND TR1MNGS.-HE1TS EATS MID CAPS.
Medicines including Quinine.
One and three -fourth lbs. Cotton
at $1.75 per bundle. Threo
Be suro to see our Good before you buy. , We mean to sell y 011 .good Good. aJt
lournst nrirr. KSTWe Imv anil bII all L!nrla ef O.nnntr T.1 n.
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OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
TTAVING Qualified as Executor of the es-
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te f Mp ",;!!;'S;!tWillKl1 "
j two head of Cattle,
Household & Kitchen Furniture, and other
articles not mentioned.
Terms ef sale Cash.
37"A11 persons baring claims against tbe
said Marv Hall, dee'd., arc hereby notified
t exhibit the aame to the undersigned on
j or before tbe 30th of Norember, 1883, or
this notice will bo plead m bar of recovery
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No v, 30, 1 8 32.
Tub Represent at We Industrial Paper of
ufacturer, Merchant snd Industrial man in
the South should hate it. Pays especial
attention to North Carolina's Mineral Re- J
sources and does full justice to eTery de
partment of our State's handicraft. Pkice
S 1.50 per year,
P0SITI7ELY IN ADYiBCK
ADDRESS at once.
EDWARD A. OTiDTT ABX,
! Editor and Pro pretor. I
Wilmington, N. C.
Cash is ay Motto.
I St8TKM from th i,t cf December, I would
I respectfully request ail those who ire m-
I aCUiea IO mc an lanuui tu uintmiso auu
1 fai Glilinft to m7Z n and tle. as I am
1 greatly in nd of money and
I 1tUSt EI&V6 It.
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i Mian ill iuiuic sen eiuviii
Barter, as br this meant I will be better
1 able to give my friends and customers
gnjjj Jnj TbHT HOIBy !
f." now receiving a nice and fresh lot of
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PCall and see my stock before you
make your puri-nascs.4f
! I have a fine lot "of
I AXD APPLES OX II AND.
AU Kindt of Country Produce Taken in
j Exchange f,r Uood.
I SKINS, WAX.
, RAGS.- BEEF HIDES.
1 sueep skins, butter::
EGGS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS.
(GEES E, AN D DUCK S, ETC.,' ETC.
j. u. ncjittLT.
HOUSE AND LOT
Having determined tQ make our home in
Winston, N. C, we have concludedto sell
onr House and Lot in' the great West Ward
of SjdUiVuryV'N. C.'' IIouso has 8 rooms, a
giod kitchen witlt looms; well of good
Water in the yard. ; A good garden nd sta
ble wi the Jot. Ia the best neighborhood
in the city, oa the corner of Monroe and
0hurch street a.ljoinbig J. Horab and
j ghew- For rurtlir oarticulars sec Messrs.
II. Ai Uoouman.0. .Vicui:o. rrmcj.
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GOODS AND GROCERIES !
Sacking at 9 Cents. Xlew Tie I
t&TCans Tomatoes at 15 ccnts. 4 - Vi. M
O. Best IO ota. Sucap. f
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and D ' J. BOSTIAN.
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AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
B. R. CrawfQrd, of the firm: oi"
R.- R. CRAWFORD & CO.,' i
We are nowJpreparel to supply on f
customers with all kiuds of
In addition to the 't
Best -Selectetl Stock of '
11 Jl ik. U , ju .4iu,ino, f
We also handle
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Rifle end Blasting Powder
and a full line of Milling Supplies,
JSir. We will
Dnpl'cate Any Prices iu
CALL AND SEE US.
W.8. BUCK 1EB,
BOOTS. SHOtS &, CA1TER3. mtde t
onlin All v oik HiblCiass bevejituTim -peilei.ee.
AU Mateilal of tne tast rddf, and oi V
tlor.eJn tbe latest hiylcji ;
Rmly made woi I always on h;in;l- Ilp irti
ne-itlT and proir'y done. Ordn mt' w mjji
jjfll eJ. TCTziXa US:?!. .
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