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THURSDAY. MAY 1, I84
xmiss writing for Information on matters ad
jgS Tin this paper will please say-' 'advertised
Id the Wau lunun."
Ice Creaui saloou were open yester-
p " "
Sweet pea and radishes arc beginning
to make their appearance ou the dinner
Workinen are doing some
tjou at tl' National Hotel,
to occupancy of some sort.
preparatory Tuesday and Wednesday of this week
w9re watm enougli to bring out the
makes and make the bees swarm.
The Junior Editor being , absent from
the county on business will sufficiently
account for deficiencies iu his depart
eeut. We regret to learn that Mr. J. M.
W'eatlierly, Superinteudcnt of the Graded
Sclioor, iva obliged by sickness to keep
iiU bed Tuesday..
The present weok has been delightful
for farm work, aud it has very perceptn
VJy diminished the number of people on
We are glaiHo see bnokin our midst
Mb- Kjchaup Ea'mks. Jr., after an ab
sence of about a year, speut mostly, in
Houduias,ou a mining mission for a large
Mr. Chas. M. Swicegoml, is having
orscted, on Main street, opposite C. F.
Baker's, an Ice cream saloon, and when
will be the handsomest
Tobacco sales have lccu quite lively
foi some days past, and some fine sales
wade. One farmer realized an average
of 21 per hundred foiJiis entire crop,
lues included, - .. . -
- TT O ; : :.. .
MrCUasi. Brown, native of tbjs
plact, but fur a number of years a eiti
of Washington, N.C., where lie has
'-greatly prospered, has been here on a .visit
to his mother and other friends this week.
. "Bolsd to KciN tue County." A
merchant held up before us yesterday a
handful of Chattlel Mortgages with the
reiuark '4oik at that ; its bound to
miii the county." Just then u darkey
woman was -ollering ..to mortgage her
l.i. ma fmr lirll'L of III ill I
III. a V .. I" l V. ...'..a .
Miss Mollie Julian JTas been spending a
few days with Mrs. J. V, Ramsay. She
U thu.s far on her way to Atlanta, where
lie expects to meet her brother, Rev. K.
P. Julian, who has accepted a call from
the 3rd Presbyterian church of that city.
Fixjsiiinu. R. J. Holmes, Esq., is put
ting the finishing touches to his four
beautiful store apartments. Each apart -ineut
hiis an amide cellar, elegant sales
room, and two suits of upper rooms con
veniently arranged for a family, for it
lawyer or doctor's office or for stoiing
The wheat and oats crops iu this part
of the State was never more promising
at this time in the season. Wheat har
vest in some parts of the oonnty is like
ly to come on towards the latter part of
My. With the exception of, corn grain
Js abundant. Flour is felling here at
irom to $2.50. Choice lots of
family retails at $2.75 per bag,
Xot betug in attendance on the delibera
tions of the 7th District Convention of
rpublicais, which met hereon Saturday
last for tlie purpose of appointing dele
gat te the national republican conven
tion, we quote the spicy report of the
Charlotte Observer's Salisbury corres
pondent, whose humerous account will
to MMul with interest,
The health of our town has beeu very
CM xvitli the exceptiou of some cases of
Mtaral affection. Dr. J. J. Summerell is
just eut after a sharp attack of this
stare and Mr. J. W. McKeuzie is yet a
mj&rer from it. ! t is reported that there
'auase of measels in West Ward, also
t cases in the East Ward, which
l'ould be guarded against to pi-event
Rkceitiox.-Mi-. aud Mrs, J. S. Mc
Cusbpis held a reception at their resi
on last Saturday evening fu honor
"f the 2Ut birth day of Mr. J. F. McCub
bus. There were some 40 or more guests
present, aud the evening was an exceed
"'Sly pleasant one. Me. McOubbius has
reputation for entertsiuing iu the most
ehsruiing manner, and this was one of
wr most happy efforts!
John P. Cotton ,J Vl,irot,.... ..o
y - "'rci'""!., una
0,1 Tuesday, with a Rtmill package of
rtgoinry county gold. He-reports
opening of a new miee on Joel
anTTV 1,aCl'' "ear Ekloraa- HMcli is
... Tery nch. He brought up also,
- r ol"c, round ou
used bv tha
cn like the hand
nenof the East
iu ancient times to
corn. They are un-
Find their lit I"l i 1
Wtckmt are as follows : D
I i Vtr, paid in advance, $1.50 I
- iiavm't delayed ."lino's 2.00
- nVHi'cared I2iuo2.50 V
8 t n very ancient date.
Dr. J. P. Dronagoolc, of Atlanta, Ga.,
representing the "Blood Balm Co.," of
that city was here yesterday, to initiate
a biiHiuess relation with this part of the
Stated See his notices elsewhere.
.Bye. What, whiskey! Ny rye for
pasture for feeding a cow. What about
it f There ts said to be a great secret iu
it. A milk man Who served our town
several years ago with milk, got hold of
the secret and as it was to his interest to
keep shady on the subject he never men
tioned it. But some how or other John
M. Knox has got hold of it, and as it is
not in his especial line, can't hurt him
to tell it he wants to let it out, so call
on him, by letter or otherwise.
A Hion Compliment. Prof. W. H.
Xeave, who has declined Mr. Dodworth's
proffered engagement, as slide trombone
soloist at Brighton Beach, is in receipt of
letters from that gentleman, who regrets
Prof. K cave's inability to accept, except
for part of the season. Mr. Dodworth
states that he especially wanted to "pit"
Prof. Xeave as a Counter attraction
against Innes, the world renowned slide
trombonist, who is engaged with Gil more
at Manhatten Beach. Prof. Neave's en
gagements here prevented his going for
the season, but he expects to play with
Dodworth's Band sometime iu the Sum
mer. A New Poet. The Winston Sentinel
has found a Poet in our old friend, Ed
ward Payson Hall. The gentleman has
been wi itiug for years--before the birth
of the Sentinepr its Editor, he was
making verse. He is the Poet Laureate
of the Watchman. On the first page may
le found Hues from his pen which may
carry us back to Auld Lang Sine. Were
all the poems from Mr. Hall's ten, which
hare been published in this paper, colla
ted, it would make a volume nearly as
large as Burn's works.
Primary Meetings. The time for
holding a County Convention to nomi
nate delegates to the District aud State
Conventions is approaching. The Coun
ty Executive Committee has not yet fixed
ou the day, but it is likely to be held
about the first of June. The Democrats
in the several townships should begin to
think, talk, and act on this subject new.
Xo part of the community is so deeply
concerned as the owners of the soil in
the preservation of good government,
and it is therefore eminently fit that they
should take a leading part in the politics
Lof the country. Let them move and the
reef will, follow.
FraNklin. The people of Franklin
will have additional post office facilities. A
new office will be opened there the 1st of
May, under the name of Zeb, and they
will have a daily mail by the Mocksviile
line, passing -to - aud from Salisbury.
Franklin, like .post of our new towns, is
goiiig"up, aud piospei ity seems to be the
lot of the place. Mr. J. L. Ketchey has a
large store there, and another is spoken
of as iu the no distant future. The loca
tiou of the town is healthy aud ery
pretty, and if proper care be taken iu
time to lay it out iu regular streets and
lots it can be made a perfect gem, with a
rural chasing of unsurpassed beauty.
They have a good school, aud neat
chinches, all supported by an iutelli-
gent and thrifty community.
A Biulliant Wedding took place at
the Presbyterian chinch at 8i o'clock
last night, between Mr. Arthur Frazier
aud Miss Sallie, eldest daughter of the
late E. H. Marsh, Rev. Dr. Rumple offi
ciating. The church was splendidly dec
orated with flowery wreaths, festoons and
arches, and crowded with a gay aud joy
ous audience to its utmost capacity. The
principals with ,their attendants espe
cially the ladies were beautifully attired.
The bride, almost unsurpassed at auy time
was, ou this occasion, the fairest of the
fair. The music, arranged by Prof. W. H.
Xeave. for this occasion was elegant, aud
executed with artistic skill by himself ou
the slide trombone, supported by Miss
Lillian Warner at the organ, was a most
eat lancing addition to the scene. But as
no description of ours can do it justice,
we shall not attempt it further.
China tiroye Items.
Deax Watchman :
Our farmers are busily preparing the
soil and planting. 1 lie growing crops
are looking very promising and should
nothing interfere we shall certainly reap
a bountiful harvest in this section of the.
county. The health of the comiuuuity is
very good and prospenty smiling.
The young people of the community
together with representatives from Enoch-
vine ana cauarrus couiirv, nave nau a
very interesting picnic atSechler's pond,
abounding with innocent amusements,
aud later speut the evening at the resi
dence of Mr. Seedier in social converse,
iuterspered witd excellent music by ac
complished performers. Toward night
the parties dispersed, all perhaps feeling
that they had been benefitted by the oc
A hymen ial fever has recently become
prevalent ill tlie community. Une case
already proved fatal, aud others if exter
mil indications be considered, will soon
follow, unless an effective antidote be
soon prescribed. ArT. P.
The heavy rains iu March and drying
winds in April gave the farmers a hard
tune to get laud iu a good fix for plant
ing a crop.
The frost checked the growth of wheat
but it is not thought to be materially in
Rev. J. Alston Ramsay, Pastor of
Thyatira, has been invited to Monroe.
The figures the Monroe church makes
look somewhat startling, but we are not
read to let him go yet.
Steele is booming up in the way of im
provements, notwithstanding the hard
times. Mr. Brookfield, from Fauquire
couutv, a., is building a new store at
his new goods. Mr. B. is a Southern Murder on Long Island, murder in 111 i
soldier, a clever gentleman, and will get; nois, murder in Pennsylvania, murder all
a good trade beyond a doubt. j over. It is almost impossible to convict
W. L. Kestler, Esq., is ahead tip to
date on barns. He lias finished np his
magnificent new frame barn with all the
modern improvement. His hay fork
anil apparatus for unloading and hoist
ing hay, works like a charm. Welling
ton believes in stay iug head iu all things,
Our old neighbor, J. M. Harrison, the
noted stockman, has commenced work on
a cow barn which he intends, when fin
ished, shall eclipse any like building in the
county. Mack will accomplish what he
Mrs. Mariah Cowan, an aged and much
respected lady, the mother of a large
aud influential family, is very fee be at
her old home, the residence of Mrs. B. S.
Krider, Wood Grove.
Wonder how many of our Salons when
they meet on the first Monday iu June,
will think they ought to be elected Coun
ty Commissioners f Disappointments of
tlus kind are sometimes blessings in dis
guise. Clod Knockeb.
What Judicious Advertising will
Mr. J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Maine,
makes the statement that "the beet in
vestment Hie State of Xorth Carolina ever
made was the money spent in making an
exhibition of her resources at the, New
England Exposition last year. It caught
the attention of hundreds of Xew Eng
enders who were looking for homes, and
carried many of them to Carolina. I
myself bought a tract of 12,800 acres,
near Edeuton, and wdl occupy it with
good Maine farmers. Capital has gone
into the State to build railroads, improve
lands and develop mines. Through Xew
Englaud you hear more of Xorth Caroli
na than any other Southern State, and
all because of her show at Boston." The
reason why more is heard of Xorth Caro
Una iu the Xew England States is be
cause Xorth Carolina is the only South
ern State that made anything like a re
spectable display at Boston. It pays to
advertise. American Lumberman.
According to a religious census recent
ly published in the Xorth, there are 17-,
207,878 members of churches in the
United States. The leading denomina
tions are thus credited :
Roman Catholics 0,832,954
Protestant Episcopal 351,099
Dutch Reformed 243,825
These figures are misleading. The
number reported for the Catholics is for
the entire Catholic population. The total
Christians in the world is put down at
425,000,000. Of these the Catholics have
2f5 millions; the Protestants 122 mil
lions; the Greek Church 80 millions, aud
the lesser bodies 8 millions. But here
again the figures are misleading, as the
whole population is included iu the
Greek as iu the Romau Church. Wil.
NONE BETTER MADE.
TFIE GREAT COTTON PRODUCER,
FIXE AND DIIT.
Over 200 AGEHS have Soli It !
HAVE USED IT!
MANUFACTURED JJY THE
Read what Merchants say of it :
C. A. DUNWOODY & CO., Roswell, Ga.,
writes: We believe the "Empire" equal
to anv we have ever handled.
D. R. MOSEBY, Micholson Station, Ga.,
savs : J he cotton where it was used is
well fruited and stood the drouth finelv.
G. M. GAFORTH, Shelby, N. C, writes
Alongside of Acid Phosphate, mixed with
cotton seed, ''Empire-' paid best.
J. F. TOOLE, Wadlev, Ga., savs : I like
the "Empire'' best because it is quick in
taking hold and slow in letting go.
HOWELL & WILLIAMSON, Rome, Ga..
writes : We arc led to believe one ton of
your "Empire" is worth as much as one
and a hslf tons of any other fertilizer sold
ADDITIONAL TESTIMONLALS :
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 25, '84.
I used the htnpire Fertilizer on cotton
last year, and say bevond doubt it is the
best I ever used. W. M. RrrcniE.
Salisbury. If. C, Feb. 20, '84.
1 he hmpire r ertiiizer I used on cotton
last year I am satisfied is as good as any
other.. cj. A. Canur.
Wc have used different Fertilizers for the
last ten years and the Empire Fertilizer we
used last year on tobacco is the best that
we ever used. Fisher & Cress.
Toe Basis Fertilizer Company,
OFFICES, NOS. 3U AND 22 SOUTH STREET,
For sale by
M, L. BEAU,
Salisbury, N. C.
one or the desperadoes. Yonr law ngaiust
jnurder is a failure. Dr. Talmage.
Chairman Battle. The election of
Mr. Richard II. Battle to the chairman
ship of the Democratic executive commit
tee, in the place of Cap. Coke, resigned,
is a fitting acknowledgement of the polit
ical services long performed by that esti
liable gentlemen. Mr. Battle has been
a member of the committee for fourteen
years continuously, ha ing been appoint
ed in 1370, since which date he has zeal
ously discharged every duty imposed ou
him by the committee or by the ' party.
During" tliese long years there has beeu
no one ou the committee, or outside of it,
who has been more earnest, mere con
stant, more true iu his devotion to the
cause of our party than the gentleman
whose merit has been so appropriately
acknowledged by the executive commit
tee. News- Obserrer.
Tobacco and its Effects.
The editor of the Greensboro Bugle
who has been on a visit to Winston says :
We spent yesterday afternoon in Wins
ton ; but dou't ask us any thing about the
trip if you have any regard for our feel
ings. Two hundred tobacco wagons
spent Weduesday night in town. It took
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m to sell the tobacco
in the Piedmont, and two large ware
houses were not reached. Not a vacant
dwelling iu either Salem or Winston.
Twenty-seven tobacco factories complet
ed and full of tobacco, with some hands
picking. Several more houss going Up
or tobacco lactones.
The Durham Tobacco Plant who wiitcs
to state facts only, says relative to the
thrifty town of Durham : It is not our
purpose to blow, or misrepresent facts,
but we come to-day with undeniable
figures. It does not require any prophet
ic vision to sec Durham, in the neur fu
ture, as a considerable city. Only three
mouths of tho year 1884 have passed.
aud uiuety-tive dwellini; houses linvu
been erected. Col. W. T. Blackwell has
built forty-two, T. S. Christiau live, J.
A. Bivens eighteen, C. W. Bennette five.
W. H. Stevens seven, -aud T. C. Oakley
nineteen, making a grand total of ninety
tive. This is over one house a da v for
every day, Sundays included, since Jan
uary 1. And these houses are being oc
cupied as soon as they are completed.
Every contractor is busy, aud they se-
IWIl'f fill' llllMfi.ll. Ha I. IK. Ill ! II If 'I'liuaiu iim
facts, carefully collected ; iu the view of;
whicli we repeat that Durham will soou
be a rousing little city of teu or twelve
"Cock and Boll Stories."
The people are so often culled with such stories
that they have become Incredulous. The effects of
B. B. B. In the cure of blood dlseaees, are so uninls-
table and wonderful that the proprietors are not
compelled to cry "mineral poison." and thereby ap
peal to your prejudices. Tfte rapid and unprece
dented march o( B. B. B. has been attained by posi
tive cures oi tnose Diooa poisons wnicn otners could
not cure. Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B.) Is not ne
cessitated to traduce and pull down others In order
to oecome popular, tub broken columns and fal
len arches of other remedies must be the result of
Inefficiency on their part., as B. B. B. can ride the
waves inumpuanuy witnout imagining tnat all
blood diseases are created by mineral poisons.
On the evening of tho 26th of Apiil,
1884, by J.,L. Sitterd, Esq , at his office
in China Grove Township. Mr. Carson
.Mrs. Matilda Roseiuau, all
Deviled Crabs on the shell or by the
can, at Alex Pahkeu's.
The ladies of Salisbury and vicinity
aire respect iu iiy mtornieu that Mrs. .ucu
ernach has opened a Milinery Parlor up
stairs, adjoining the Photograph Gallery.
Xew and Fashionable Goods every week.
Latest Styles and Bottom Pi ices. Satis
faction guaranteed. Please call.
FOR WELL-FINISHED PHOTO-
graphs and Fenotyps, call at Medeu
nach's Gallery, up stairs, Crawford's
Building. Satisfaction garrantced.
FOR SALEI-A small Bay Horse,
nine years old--a good traveler aud plow
horse. Enquire at this Office.
March 20, 1834.
Iu the Superior
ltowan Count v.
Hannah Dougherty, Pl'tY)
against Ann Grinisley & Petition to
husband Win. Grinisley,
Elizabeth Hicks hus- (. sell land
band Wni. Hicks and
others, Def'ts. J for Partition.
This cause coining on for further direc
tion, and it appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court that Elizabeth Hicks and her
husband Win Hicks two of the defendants
above named ate ncn residents of this
State. It is hereby ordered that publica
tion be made in the "Carolina Watchman,"
a weekly newspaper published in the town
of Salisbury, for six successive weeks noti
fying the above named non resident defen
dants to be and appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan coun
ty at the Court House in Salisbury on Mon
day the 23rd day of June, 1884, and answer
or demur to the petition, which has been
filed in the above entitled action : and if
they fail so to answer or demur, the Plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the said petition.
J, M. Horaii,
28:6w C. S. C. Rowan county
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S. A. Ashe, Editor,
Kaleigh, ST. O.
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April 10, '84,
He. My darling, you look irresistibly
lovely to-night !
She. Do I ? Thanks very much ! you
are handsome as a Prince, Charley, iu your
He. Give the credit to the Diamond
Shirt, my love, which I wear for the first
time to-night; it is that which gives tone,
to my toilette. Here is its prototype (slip
ping the Diamond engagement ring on
She. May our love be as enduring as
the fame of
" The Diamond Shirt.''
If your dealer does not keep it, send Kit address
to Daniel Miller & Co., sole manufacturers, Balti
DBS. J. J. &E.M. SUMMERELL.
CORNER MAIN AND BANK STREETS.
office nouns : j
;8 to 10 a. M. and 3 to 5 p.
All prcsons indebted to me. either on
accouut or note and mortgage (for Guano),
Hrc ,,erel,y (lu'y reminded of such mdebt-
"C!".' n,m aiu reauwiea " noine
settlement promptly, otherwise tlie ac
counts wHl be subject, without further no
tice, to collection by legal process.
Dec. G, 1883. J. D. McNEELY.
. ill j . . a
BULLION GOLD MINE
And Machinery For Sale !
This mine is well situated in Rowan
county, miles southeast of Salisbury, N.
The machinery consists of 2 Engines, 2
Boilers, a Ten Stamp Mill, a Cornish pump,
a Steam Hoister, and an Ore Crusher.
Also a lot of Mining Tools of various
kinds. Most of the uiachineny is but little
worn, and is in good order. Any person
wishing to purchase will apply to
M. L. HOLMES,
12:3ml Salisbury, N. C.
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES!
Don't be deceived by high sounding
advertisemets, but go right to
mii DUCT a vmm
New Brick Warehouse
With your TOBACCO for high prices. And If you
want the lltghest Grade
SOLD IN NORTH CAROLINA
For your next Crop, you can get It right there.
Take notice we have a New Firm aud Intend to
conduct the WARE HOUSE Business on bus-
luess principles. Our New Auctioneer,
MR. J. S. GRAHAM,
Is well up with the times and will always see that
your Tobacco Is sold tor the highest prlee.
BEALL, B0ST & FORD.
March 11, 1SS4. 22:3m
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
tiia linrtnrsiornprl is DreDared to do all kinds of re
pairing to all kinds of watches, clocks, ft c., and at
reasonable prices. Leave and get your watches at
Kluttz & hendleman's store. Salisbury ; and tryXhe
best smith In the county. R. L. BROW N.
Apr. 10, 84:tt.
CHILLARINE ! CHJLLARDiE !
CHILL4RINE, the Great CHILL CURE
nfthedav. Warranted to CURE every
j,r.o tUf irnvKT ukkunded. For sale
onlv at FNNISS' Drug Store.
Ma?ic Asthma Cure. Persons af
flicted with this distressing complaint
should try this Medicine. A few hours use
will entirely remove all oppression, and the
natient can breath and sleep with perfect
ease and freedom. Price fl. For sale' at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
Salisbury ToMcco Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLT BT JSO. SHEPPARD
Lugs, common to mcd.
Lugs, med. to good,
Lus, good to fine,
Luiis, tine to fancy.
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. to good,
Leaf, good to fine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, cood to fine,
4.50 to 6.00
COO to 8.50
8.50 to 11.00
11.00 to 18.00
5.00 to 6.25
6.25 to 8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 16.50
16.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 to 55.00
Wrappers, fancy, none offered.
New tobacco breaks for the past week
have been light. Prices stiff for all grades.
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters and
lur smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade stiffer than the quotation. Wrap
pers of all classes are high and eagerly
ought after. Planters would do well by
putting some of their good tobaccos on the
market at this time.
wanted tor Tbe Lives
A ffl r mm ot ail the Presidents.,
mm mm mmt mmmr -mm mai toe u. . ' "c
ft M ftp I w w-
Took ever sow tor lesri thun V
est, handsome, lA
twice our price, roe
Ail lDUCIli rui rr.yj. .
Hxllctt Book Co.
Is the place to buy your Clothing
new slyles are more attractive than ever. If you inteud to buy
Clothes it will be to your interest to come to me aud
buy NEW, FRESH, STYLISH GOODS of the
best quality, made up this Spring. Do not
fail to see these goods, even if you do
net buy. In fact I am belter pre
pared to offer induce
THAN EVER BEFORE.
One Thousand Suits of Clothing!
Two Thousand Hats of Every Style, (stetsons aomEEs.,
Three Thousand Pairs of Boots and Shoes!
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies1 and Misses1 Shoes and Slippers
EVER BROUHT TO THIS MARKET, INCLUDING BERT'S AND
My usual line of Gent's Underwear, Cravats, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Dress
Shirts, Tennis or Woolen Shirt: Iu fact everything a man deeds to clothe
him ; and every man iu this and adjoining counties is invited to call and
see how cheaply and comfortably he can be fitted m any of his
ueeds at IVvT Q ID O V AT TvT ' C
TIME & MONEY SAVED
To the FARMER
BY calling on the undersigned before
the way of
COMPOSTING MATERIALS AND GUANOS,
Having made this my special business for
NEAKLV ALL. THK
now off. red or sold here. HAVE PASSED THROUGH MY HANDS, I can Gcasxteb
to satisfy vou both in QUALITY AND PRICE of my Goods, which have PROVEN
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE in the
to be the HIGHEST SOLD last year. My
in store several cak loads of
GENUINE GERMAN KAINIT,
(OR POTASH SALTS)
with full directions how to use aiid eonipoat.
"WANDO; "NlfiSSA" AND "PACIFIC" ACID PHOSPHATES.
Aud in AMMONIATED GOODS the "OLD RELIABLES,"
SOLUBLE PACIFIC, STAR BRAND, NAVAS-
SA and LISTER'S.
Will also continue to handle the "GREAT FERTILIZER for TOBACCO. THE
STAR BRAND SPECIAL TOBACCO MANURE,"-surpassed by none. Special adver
tisement of same will soon appear.
A large lot of Agricultural Lime at reduced Price
l8:3in J. ALLE5 BROW.
FACE'S WAREHOUSE !
UNION STREET, - DANVILLE, VA.
Is now opened and ready for business. We have
oneofjhe LARGEST and most COMPLETE
Warehouse ever built.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
in the best leaf market in the United States.
A. Trial I All Wc Ank.
3fPrompt reMirns and closei
personal attendee to consignments I
TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS :
Having secured the services of a
I am now prepared to furnish Freh Bread
and Cakes at short notice
Will also com-
mence to manufacture
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the very latest and best this Spring'
1J 1 W VV IN O
PuncnABiXG elsew here, for what jou want In
the last sixteen years, during which time
market, and the grade pronounced by our
Goods are FRESH ASD XEW. I hare now
Have also the
Pace Bros. & Co.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween Williams Brawn and J.P.Gowan was
this day dissolved by mutual conncnt. Per
sons ha ving unsettled business with the firm
will call on J. P. Gowan without delay.
Williams Brown will continue the TIN,
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April It, 1884.-1W.
Mill Bridge will soon have it ready for