The Carolina " Watchman.
0 XFn.-THIW) SEMES, SALISBURY, N. ft, JULY 1, 1888: HO. 87
GRkND CENTRAL 'FANCY-
it! -. . ' '!
kKlX DRY GOODS
, this Season their line ov wress i rim-
; is unapproachable.
mm!r Rosary Bead -Tri
rui j . - .
HDL T " E
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Special fargaius in
Hamburg and Swiss
Lrg vU"cties of Buttons, large
SJest ipe of Pearl Buttons in the city.
Oil ritH c asus to inaicu. iii
Re uw all com pcuuuii, hicj u'-
liae of Laces, in an wiaiuajwi wkuhh,
gptnish, fBlack and Colored, Oriental,
itffptian bream and White. ,
lr.enend FiUaaelle Silk Floss ia all
l.tbadca, n . .,
The be$t UC. uorsei ever uiu.
A full line of Warner's CorffcU.
Prasoli from 15c. to $6.00. ,
H&re "bargains in Kid and Silk Gloves
Md Mitt of all shades and quality. .
AcompMete l'ae Undressed Kids for
: An unequalled- assortment of Ladies and
pisses IIse atTall prices. -
RIBBED HOSE FOR CHIL-
DREN A SPECIALITY.
flent's SilksScarfs from 25c to $1.00.
Just the place to get White and Colored
Cuffs and Collars for Ladies.
If you want Straw Hats, Fur Hats and
Shoes for Gentlemen, Ladies, or Boys, you
cn ti "d them here.
The mere -careful you read the more you
till be convinced that they have the best
lock in town, and will sell to you at'prices
it compete with any one.
La alp the recent popular shades of
They have all Wool Nun's Veiling at 25c.
Batistes Jmd Embroidery to match.
Embroidered Etomine Robes, Embroid
ered Zephyr Robes, Full line plain Etomine
Dress Uyods, Combination Wool Robe Dress
Goods, Ijfrqcado Combination Dress Goods,
Striped Jjombinatior. Dress Goods, Bouclay
CanvassfPlaid Dress Goods, Sheppard Plaid
Dress Gfods, Cotton Canvass Dress Goods,
15c Sutfecns, Crinkled Seersuckers, Ging
hams. InrVnite Goods you cannot be pleased
better apy where; they have .Linen De Dac
ca, Tnd fa Linen, Persian Lawn, Victoria
Lawn, hite and Colored Mult, Nainsook,
at all prices. j
All Shades of Cheese Cloth, Calicoes, 58
K63 at 5c. per yard, Cnssimers for Gent's
wear, all prices, Cottonades from 12c to 30c
Ladies and Misses Jerseys, a full line, Cur
tain Gojpds in Persian and Russian Orajery,
Curtainj Holland in all shades, Oid- Shades,
la all colors. Curtain Poles and Fixtures,
Linen Lap Robe? 75c. to $1.50.
MEikONEY & BRO.
16:Gn SALISBURY, N. C.
SEST REMEDY KNOWN FOE
In! all forms and stages.
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REQUIRES NO INSTRUMENT.
It Caroi where others Called to giro
Dr. JS. B. Davis, Athena, Ga., says: "I suffered
ltu Catarrh live years. But since using CKUTAIX
I'AT.Utuii CUKE am entirely tree from the dis
ease Dr'. O. B. Howe, Athens, Ga., says: "CERTAIN
CA'tjARRH CURE cured me of a severe ulcerated
ore Ui mat . and I cheerfully eudorse It."
Miss Lucy J. Cook, Oconee Co. ua., writes, Sept.
ITth.j 1HS5: "One bottle of your remedy entirely
eared me of Catarrh wit h which I had suffered
teaty f or n ve years ."
Jl H. Allgood. Athens, Ga writes Sept. 8, "85; "I
aad severe sore throat more than two weeks; was
entirely cured by CERTAIN CATARRH CURE In
' JCAN YOU DOUBT
TESTIMONY? WE THINK NOT.
Only a tew of our many certlttcatea are gi ven here.
uvueri cm oe ootaiuea from your druggist, or oy
3 C. CO., ATHENS, Ga.
For Sale by J. H. ENNISS, Salisbury N.C
U. certify that on thetSth of Febru
ary I commmenced givinc my toui
r Children, aged 2, 4, G and 8 years,
respectively, Smitlrs Worm Oil, and
lt within six davs there were at
feast 1200 worms expelled. Oncchildl
usscd over 100 in one ni;ht.
t J. E. Simpson.
Un Co:, February 1, 1879.
Sun My child, five years old, hadj
symptoms of worms. I tried calomel
and other Worm Medicines, but fail"i
eda expel any. Seeing Mr. Bain's!
certificate, I got-a vial of your Wornii
sad the first dose brought forty
Worms, and the second dose so manyi
: passed I could not count them.
9. II. ADAMS.
CAi . I V From the Banner Township. From Orer the Mountains. I Th Pall Courts. I ir finAi I n i , , I mu J i . . .. .
From the Banner Township.
Messtis Editors: Taking it all in
all, the present season has beet
ly Unpropitious to the growth
most of the productions of
the farm and orchard
Ih the first place, the spring was
late1, cod and wet, which greatly re
tarded .ill planting operations, conse
quently cotton especially, got a late
start. Then, a protracted spell of un
favorable weather so delayed its growth
that it (was not until recently, that it
got above the clods, and now, the rains
are so frequent, that it is all the farm
er can do to keep the grass from tak
ing it. j Still, it looks well where it
has been kept clean. .
The season has been very unfavora
ble for i wheat, and now that it is har
vested, j it proves, in most cases, to be
almost a complete failure; and though
you now and then see and hear of a
good yield, jwhere it had been properly
put in, and fertilized, there are very
many farms which will yield but little
more ithan the seed sown, and even
that is of a very inferior quality
The oat crop, being unusually neavy,
tall and full of sap, theieavy rain and
high wind of Monday 21st was seri
ously damaging to jt, by causing much
of it tjo lodge. Of course it cannot
mature properly in its recumbent,
tangled condition, and will be difficult
to reap, hence the loss will be se
serious. The early peach crop has proved al
most an absolute failure. The trees
were loaded with a heavy crop, and
much profit was anticipated from that
source. Just about the time they be
gin to color up nicely, and to mellow a
Wittle, they rot. The cool weather, the
frequent rainy spells and consequent
humidity of the atmosphere, proved
too much for them. It is hoped, how
ever, 'that the later kinds of peaches
may do better, especially the seedlings.
Speaking of peaches, en passant, it is
fast becoming a settled conviction in
the minds of many observing people,
thatr the budded fruits from the nurse
ries, especially peaches) are a humbug.
You may plant outf an orchard of bud
ded peach trees, and they will grow off
rapid jy,md come into bearing in from
two tjo three years, but if you will ex
amine that orchard again, about the
fourth or fifth year, you will observe,
dotted about, all through it very many
trees upon which the leaves are turn
ing ytellow, and looking shrivelled, and
about mid-summer they will be entirely
dead. This is a universal thing, with
fall budded peach trees, and so well con
vinced are people becoming of this fact,
that t know quite of a number practical
farmers, who say they would not ac
cept "and plant such trees, if tendered
them as a giit, because, thev rarely
get more than one or two crops from
them, until thev become diseased and
Persons who desire a good, perma
nent orchard, one that wiH last almost
for ja generation, and continue, year
after year, to ripen its fruit to perfec
tion; let them plant the very best varie
ties of the old fashioned seedlings, and
they will not be disappointed. Such
trees will not only last many years,
but j it is a well established fact, that
the fruit will hang on and ripen much
better, and is much more perfect and
healthful. It ripens through and
through, whilst the budded peach
ripens only a little on the surface, and
remains Derfectlv ureen and insipid
A IJ M.
about the stone, and is decidedly indi
gestible and unhealthy for use either
for eating, drying or cooking. These
are stubborn facts, however much it
mav operate against- the interest of
There is great complaint about the
condition of the Wilkesboro public
road, especially as it runs through Scotch
Irish, from Mr. Leopard's on third
creek, to Mrs. Mawkins'. Persons
who know, say that the said road has
scarcely been worked at all for three
vears past: that it has tjullies in the
veriv middle of it, and is almost utterly
impassable. . They say they have com
plained to the Supervisors, and .they
sav the people complain that there are
so few hands to work the road, that it
is too much of a hardship on them;
and vet, they don't work it at all.
Where, then, is the hardship? Nearer
Salisburv. the Supervisors would not
dare to let their roads get into such
condition. If they did, there would be
a universal howl of complaint, and
thev would be threatened with indict
ments dire, without end. Work your
roads, friends. We want to visit you
sometimes. Fix up votir roads so we
can do so.
The Man about the Country
I Home rule coercion,
issue. It is an inspiring
drama of the nineteenth
There is the
thing in the
pleading before the proud Englishpeo-
ple of the venerable parliamentary
chieftain for the long-refused rights
4ie to a liberty-starved nation. As
Mr. Gladstone himself says, it is the
crisis of the half century. What a
consummate triumptrit wjU be if the
years of his career as a statesman shal
pe crowned with success in this great
contest between aristocratic predjudice
and nate as against goon men s demand
! for fair play and decent treatment of
I an oppressed race. Gladstone's sure
(Victory will be civilization's gain and
England's glory. X. Y. Star.
Murphy, Cherokee Qounty,
June 11 th, 1886.
Editors Watchman: Cherokee is how
rather badly in the weeds as we have had
over fifteen inches of rain since the 17th
of May, and as a consequence, grass is
good, and corn is growing fast but is not
a good stand and is much in the weeds.
The wheat crop is good and as yet not in
jured with rust. Will commence cutting
next week. The wheat I brought from the
Exposition at New Orleans I divided into
two parts, as I expected it to prove to be
a Spring wheat but it proves to be a win
ter variety and what I sowed last fall is
fully two weeks later than many of our
home varieties but so far the straw is per
fectly free from rust and looks well.
What I sowed in the spring I think will
be a failure. Oats are unusually fine and
there is a fine stand of tobacco plants but
we are needing sunny weather. Straw
berries have been very fine and the dif
ferent varieties of raspberries are just
beginning to afiford us the pleasure of en
joying them. The rheubarb, or pie-plant
is very fine. I have measured some that
were 30 inches across the leaf, 5 inches or
a little over ih circumference of leafstalk
and Weighing nearly If pounds per
trimmed stalk. English peas, Irish po
tatoes, beets and beans are now plentiful.
Peaches are scarce this season but apples
are promising to be a good crop. Grapes
also look well. There is quite a build
ing boom in Murphy at this time, build
ing lots are in demand and all our build
ers are fully employed. The Marietta
narrow guage & Murphy Railroad will
be completed to the Blue Ridge hy the
1st of July which will place us within 24
miles of the railroad. Major Wilson says
he will have the cars running on the W.
N. C. road from Asheville to Jarretts
again by the 20th of this month. Pro
perty is changing hands here some and
we are receiving some citizens from the
South as well as from the North.
Why Women Stay Awake ia Church.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
As long as the world has been going
round and churches have been going
round with it men have slept in them.
So have boys and girls and old women.
But if any man ever saw a young wo
man asleep in any church or substitute
building he saw a wonder. I've had a
long and varied experience with
churches, under compulsion and from
choice, and I' never saw a woman
asleep in one. Why, Oh, the reason is
plain. There are too man v social notes
to be taken, too many incidents to be
otted down, and too many bonnets to
eve. A live woman, until sue nas at
east passed the age of clothes and flir
tation and I've known it to be strong
at 00 never sleeps in church. But a
man does. He cannot help it. 1 lie
sonorous cadence of the preacher's voice
ailing and rising on the peaceful air,
which in summer is cooler and in win
ter warmer than any other air, would
till any one to sleep who hasn't deep
business in the proceedings.
The Folsom Flower.
Hundreds of ladies and occasionally
gentleman stopped to gaze at a
blood-red flower which was on exhibi
tion vesterdav in a State street show
window. Exclamations of delight were
heard in every side and some of the
ladies fairlv went into raptures over
the strange blossom. It was blood-red
at the base of the petals, but the color
srraduallv erew lighter until at the
o " "... . , ...
tips it was a delicate blending ot white
and pink. The curious shading was
what made it so beautiful. At the bot
tom was a cardboard, on which was
written in a careless scrawl; "Folsom
Cardinalus Inkanius, Very Rare.'
A clerk, with pompadour hair and
flippant air, answered questions about
this strange plant all day. "Uh, isn t
it lovelv? "Where did it come from .-'
'Can t 1 cret a seed i chorused the la
1 ! 1,11
dies all afternoon. Ihe wife of a mil
lionaire drove up in her carriage. She
saw the red blossoms and at once
march into the store.
"Did Miss Folsom bring it over from
Paree? How sweet it is. I hear they
are verv fashionable over the watah.
How-much is it?" displaying a well
filled pocket book.
"It isn't for sale, madam," said the
clerk, dropping his flippant style.
"Oh. I'm willing to pay whatever
you ask," replied the lady, haughtily
"I fancv it very much.
The clerk seemed puzzled, but insis
ted it was not for sale. He grew a lit
tie red in the face while he went on to
explain that the flower was the proper
tv of a wealth v gentleman who nan
kindly allowed it to be placed on exhi
All the afternoon a pop-eyed man
who said he was a botanist, hung about
asking questions and begging permis
sion to handle the strange flower. He
also wished to purchase the flower.
t"You can have a holiday tomorrow
Miss Jennie, ii you wain it, mu mc
proprietor of the place, addressing the
lady bookkeeper. "That flower of yours
hn hppn the biiHffiBft attraction I ever
had in the window.
The mysterious flower was a man
drake blossom. Early in the morning
the voung lady bookkeeper had, in an
absent-minded mood, put the stem in a
bottle of red ink.
A new discovery, is that, by the sim
ple use of citric acid or citrate of silver
sea water may be made drinkable. By
this means chloride is precipitated, and
a harmless mineral water is produced.
An ounce of citrate renders a half pint
of water drinkable. If the fact is sus
tained by experiment and analysis, the
the discovery is one of greatest value
The Fall Courts.
EIGHTH DISTRICT JUDGE BOYKIN.
Iredell August 9, 2 weeks.
Iredell November 8, 2 weeks.
Rowan August 24, 2 weeks.
Rowan November 22, 2 weeks.
Davidson September 6, 2 weeks.
Davidson December 6, 1 week.
Randolph September 20, 2 weeks.
Montgomery October 4, 2 week.
Stanly October 18, 2 weeks.
Cabarrus November 1, 1 week.
The Deepest Hole ia the World.
The deepest boring vet made is at
the village of Schladach. near the line
between Leiozhr and Cor bet ha. It has
been made by the Prussian government
to test for the presence ef coal and
was bored with diamond drills. Its
depth is 1,390 metres (4,560 feet); its
breadth at the bottom two inches, and
i. it. A. 1 -I Tl 1
at uie top eieven incnes. u nas occu
pied three and half years to bore, and
cost a little over ,U00 sVrling. The
temperature at the bottom is 118 de
Where Danger Lies.
The only danger under our form of
Government was, and is, in the disre
gard of the plain and obvious limita
tions of the Constitution. Disregard
ofthese limitations by North led to
the civil war, and disregard of the Con
stitution, in the North and the South
alike, now threatens the Republic
with decay. Charleston Neurs and
Fashionable ladies in New York are
discarding pet dogs and substituting
young lads as pages. The page is sup
posed to be m constant attendance up-
on his mistress. He goes into her
room with her breakfast tray, and goes
out with her carriage. He waits upon
her at the table and attends her in her
boudoir, combining the duties of the
maid and footman, the jester and the
The trustees of Trinity College, at
east a quorum of them, met in earnest
counsel for the good of the school.
There was one application for an hon
orary degree, that of D. D. We will
not say why, except that there appears
to be no demand lust now for any
more of this class. There is not room
even at the top for any more. Import
ant matters were discussed and enter
prised in regard to the near future.
l nere is good prospect of a vigorous
step forward. It is perhaps best not
to canvass things that are uncomplete
and necessarily more or less contingent.
-L nariotte Advance.
Of all earthly callings, there is none
in whicn tnere is so much to lead the
soul to God. to take it away from the
tii i. .
vanities of the world, to train the mind
for communication with heaven, and
prepare it for unbroken intercourse
with heavenly and divine things, as in
that of the farmer, who with his own
hands tills the field, breaks up the
fallow ground, sows the seed, prays and
waits for the early and latter rains.
watches the springing grain, rejoices in
the ripening ear, gathers the sheaves in
his bosom, and with thankful heart
fills his storehouse and barn, and sits
down content with the competent por
tion of good things which have fallen
For Painful Wounds.
Take a pan or shovel with burning
coals and sprinkle upon them common
brown sugar and hold the wounded
part in the smoke. In a few minutes
the pain will be allayed and recovery
proceeds rapidlv. in mv own case a
rustv nail had made a bad wound in
the bottom of my foot. The pain and
nervous irritation were severe. This
was all removed by holding it in the
smoke for 15 minutes, and I was able
to resume my reading in comfort. I
have often recommended it to others
with like results. Last week one of my
men had a finger nail torn out bv a
pair of ice tongs. It became very
painf ul, as was to have been expected.
Held in sugar smoke for 20 minutes,
the pain ceased, and it promises speedy
A Davie Moose.
A few days ago a young gentleman,
OI rom vuureu, cuucu w w auiuc
e Ti-i ni u ..i rw.,
ladies, according to custom, we sup
pose, and allowed one of his pets ( he is
very fondof animal pets) to accom
pany him. Making his visit too long,
the pet became restless and begau run
ning up and down the back of its
friend. The young man did not like
for his pet to make him lee! so un
comfortable and the continued scratch-
ing of his back became un bearable. He
m :111c ii triai). uut uiuu;t tic il, nucu-
upon he came out of his coat aud made
another attempt witn tne same success
The ladies enjoyed his disconiforture
for awhile, but when he shedded his
vest, unbuttoned his shirt collar, ran
his hand down his oacK and threw a
mouse upon the floor, they gathered
their skirts, in the "Uoiism-fcallie-Dil
lard st vie. and mounted chairs, tables
and everything else they could find in
d,a;r nncromoss tr pscnvjo the "horrible
mouse." Davie Time. .
biivit X 1
How to Succeed.
Don't worry. Don't overwork.
Don't make the field two broad.
Make friends, but don't encourace
Keep down expenses, but don't be
Keep a high vitality. Sleep well, eat
well, enjoy life.
Stick to your chosen pursuit, but
not to chosen methods.
)on't tell what you are going to do
-till you have done it
Make plans for a little way ahead,
bat don't cast them in iron.
Be content with small beginnings
and be sure to develop them.
Hobbies are hard steeds to manage.
When all else is lost, the f u t u re re-
danger makes great hearts
A tree will not only lie as it falls,
but fall as it leans.
Butcher "Porterhouse steak, mad-
am i rsew Landlady ISO, boarding
There is not much difference between
careless extravagance and a hole in
One righteous deed of love, charity
and equity is better than a thousand
At a concert with Scottish bagpipes
1I ll . L J I
in unicago tne otner uay, several wo
men fainted aud three horses ran
It is better for the general health of
a community to have one good-natured
man in the neighborhood than tour
Think "not that the valour of a man
consists only in courage and force; if
you can rise above wrath and forgive,
-you are of value inestimable. From
A teacher asked a boy who was the
meekest man? "Moses, sir, was the
IT II t J
answer, very wen, my ooy; anu now,
who was the meekest woman? Please,
sir, tnere never was any nieeKesi.
i i i.
Try to pass a counterfeit fifty-cent
J r 111.1. i i
Kiece upon an oui oacneior ami sue u
e doesn't begin to inquire at once for
a better halt.
"What are the last teeth that come?"
asked a Lynn teacher of her class in
physiology. .. , .
'False teeth, mum, repneti a ooy
who had just walked up on the back
Galvanized iron pails should not be
used for drinking water---Ihe zinc
coating is readily acted upon, forming a
poisonous oxide of zinc
"I've run a piece of wood under my
finger nail, said an old married man
to his wife. "Ah," she said. "You
must have been scratching your head !"
Monldness is occasioned by
growth of a minute vegetation
paste, leather and seeds most frequent-
' - a. t y -it i
ly suiter by it. A clove will prevent it;
any essential oil will answer equally
Somebody has written a book enti
tied "What Shall My Son Be ?" Upon
which some one frankly replies: "If
the boy is as bad as the book, the
chances are that he will be hanged!"
Man is the merriest species of the
creation: all above and below him are
A lad in our city had some little
trouble with another youngster -about
his own age, and, being very conscien
tious and not daring to wish any one
dead, remarked: "I wish there never
had been a birth in your fatners
Each man has but a limited right to
the good things of this world; and the
natural allowed way by which he is to
compass the possession of these things
is by his own industrious acquisition
"I see they are trying to put a stop
to all betting in New lork.
"I am glad of it Betting is a per
1 nicious practice
l nope tney win stop
i :i "
"But thev can't do it
"Can't do it! I'll bet you $50 they
"Prof." Chas. Burton, colored, late
nf Kiddle University. Charlotte, and
more recently still a school teacher in
Iredell and Catawba, was convicted of
forgery at the late session of Catawba
ronrt. as is learned from the Newton
WrVrVJe, and sentenced to two years
in the penitentiary.
Prof. H. L. Fairchild, in a scientific
lecture in New York, stated that while
we always think of the dry land as the
true place of 6tabilitv, as a matter of
fact it is the ocean which forever
maintains its place and the land which
is continually oscillating. He inform-
od his auditors that Manhattan island
is gradually sinking, and if they lived
Inner pnouerh thev would find the sea
covering the place
Contentment Is better than money, and
just about as scarce.
Thescfish man has most presence of mind.
He never forgets himself.
Vanity rules the fools and offer makes
simpletons of those whe know better.
What we believe is right is more often so
because it grinds our ax than otherwise.
Money is a handy commodity, and it takes
enterprise and self-denial to get much of
He who is the most slow in making a
pruuiisc, me most launiui in me periorm
ance of it.
Wickedness may prosper for a while, but
in the long run he that sets all knaves at
work will pay them.
Too many young men believe "the world
owes every man a living" and that it re
quires no effort on a man's part to make
It is said that Kalakaua, King of the
Sandwich Islands, is negotiating with
European capitalists for a heavy loan.
He proposes to mortgage the is
lands as security, and as he will never
pay the debt the transaction will
amount to a sale of his ominions.
"What a lovely cow, Uncle James,"
exclaimed a Boston girl the morning
after . her arrival, "and now comically
she shakes her head."
"Yes, but don't ye get too near thet
cow," cautioned her uncle. "He's an
The New York Star says with impa
tient emphasis that the "legislation to
keep liquor out of the State buildings
is transparent humbug. The machin
ery of the law necessary for its enforce
ment would be a stomach pump.
If we could only give ourselves half
an hours serious reflection at the close
of every day, we should every week
preach to ourselves seven of the best
sermons that could be uttered.
Naturalists now count no fewer than
,870 different kinds of fishes in North
America waters, of which 550 live in
he rivers and lakes and 55u kinds be-
ong to the Pacific. Of the remainder,
105 dwell only in the deep waters of
the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico,
never approaching the shore or the
A good many people will be disposed
a a : ft y-
to laugn when they read of tier man
nfantry regiments being drilled to itse
of bicycles and trycicles, but on the
good roads of Europe they might be
made very useful equipments for any
army. The soldiers could ride them in
marching order with less fatigue than
they could march, and at a rate ef
speed that might easily determine tho
fate of a battle. Charlotte Evening
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of vouth, nervous weak
ncss, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, tree
of Ciiarok. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in Soutnhmerica
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Hev
Joseph T. Inman, Station D. Nexe lark
The Institute for the Colored Teachers
will be held in the Colored State Normal
building, in Salisbury, beginning on Mon
day the 21st day of" June, 1886, and con
tmue two weeks. All who expect to teach
in the county during the next year are re
quired to attend, as I am instructed to re-
fuse certificates to an ieacners wno no not
attend the Institute.
T. C. LINN,
May 22d, 1986. 32:3w
PIAHO and ORGAN
Yonr Chance to Secure a Good InstTTiiient at a Bargain,
Come up buyers. Here's your chance, 100 Pianos ! 100
Organs! to be closed out regardless of value A genuine Clear
ance Sale to reduce stock. These Instruments are over and above
our regular stock; must get our money out of them.
SOME ARE new, not used a day; some have been used a few months; some used six
months or a year; some used from two to five years. Some are good Second-Iland In
struments taken iu exchange and thoroughly repaired, renovated, ripolished aud made
as good as new.
IN THE 200 there are Square Pianos, Upright Pianos; Grand Pianos, Church Or
gans, and Parlor Organs, from over twentv different Makers, including CIIICKEKING,
KN ABE, MASON & HAMLIN, HALLETT & DAVIS, MATIIUSHEK, VOSF,
BURDEIT, ARION, G ABLER, PELOUBET, THONINGER, ESTEY, AND BENT.
DESCRIPTIVE LISTS arc printed, and a purchase cu be made by correspondence
as well as by person. Instruments are represented precisely as they are, and if pur
chasers are not suited we refund their money.
TERMS EASY Pianos $10 per month; Organs $5 per, month. Great inducements
to Spot Cash Buyers. Write, aud wo will offer bargains that will open your eyes.
OVER TWENTY of these Instruments were sold during Centennial week, but there
are 200 left, whieh must go in the next 60 days. From three to five are sold daily.
Write quick, it you want to secure one. This advertisement (in 50 good papers) will
clear out the lot.
WRITE FOR Piano and Organ Clearing Out Sale Circulars, and mention this adver
tisement. Write AT ONCE. Address j '
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