THUfcSDAYj NOV. 10, 1887.
EUSv'TIOTTS OH TUESDAY.
By telegraph to the Charldtle Chron
icle, we Wve the report that the elec
tion in ibe city resulted in a complete
vfetofy to the conjbirW democrucy.
The labor vote split ftp, (George received
a largely diminished vote as compared
with his race for Mayoralty last year.
The General Assembly, both Senate
and Commons, reraaine republican.
Vred Gnmt, however, proved a failure
as a vote winner and the State is re
garded as solid for Cleveland.
The democrats in the "Old Dorran
ions" are rejoicing over the election of a
democratic General Assembly, and the
consequent defeat of Mahoneand h!s fol
lower The returns are not all in, but
enough is known to assume a complete
rom Other State.
The reports are meagre and afford no
satisfaction as to the true results, ex
oept, perhaps,, in Massachusetts, Ohio
and Rhode Island, which went repub
lican. while it is claimed that the whole
democratic ticket w.is elected in Mary
Are carried on to this country to an
extent that should claim the earnest
attention of the law makers. Penal
ties and forfeitures of ample weight
should be provided as the only means
of arresting the evil. England and
France lyive long since passed such
laws dnd provided for the detection of
abuses of this kind, and there is great
need that similar means for the protec
tion of the people should be pronded
in this countrv. North Carolina mines
Cherokee and Swain are furnishing
millions of pounds of talc every year,
shipped north, a large part ot which is
used to adulterate flour, sugar, candy,
paint, axle grease, and other articles.
Many, other adulterants ure also em
ployed, all of which are more or less
injurious when employed in foods.
J. P. Buttershall has been making
investigations on this subject and has
published a book showing the various
impositions practiced, With a descrip
tion of the adulterants and the uses
made of them. Food articles, put up
in packages, large or small, and medi
cines of many kinds are doctored to
rob the consumers ot' their money, re
gardless of injuries they may inflict.
Confectionery affords more opportuni
ties for imposition than other things
and they are used largely in this ne
farious business. The New York
Tims. speaking on this subject as it
r. Utes to confections, says:
"Young and vigorous stomachs, greedy
for sweets, take their dose of glucose in
lieu of sugar, the candy weighted with
terra alba, with a certain impunity, but
when the candy has a lure of color given
to it made with chroinate of lead, salts
of copper, and arsenic, zinc, white or
Prussia blue, or sulphate of baryta, it be
comes poisonous, and children die from
eating these abominations. Flavors are
dangerous, for bare essence is anylic
actate and ethylic butyrate, anil nit ro
benzole imitate the oil of bitter almonds.
There was a horrible preparation sold
some time ago, called 'rock and. rye
drops.' made of glucose, flour, terra alba,
and flavored with that rank poison fusel
Distillation of Wood.
The Cadosia Chemical Co., Cadosia,
N. Y., has several establishments in
that vicinity for the distillation of
wood, which has now become an ex
tensive and important industry.
Almost any of the harder varieties
of wood Will answer, but those mostly
used by this company are birch, beech
and maple. The wood, in four foot
sticks, are piled in large iron retorts.
A slow tire is started under them and
the first product (after refining) is put
on the market as wood alcohol. The
second product consisting of acetic va
pors are condensed and the liquid is
mixed with lime used in cloth print
ing works. The third products, con
sisting of tarry matters and napthas,
and shipped as produced, and subse
quently refined. The fourth product
consisting of heavy tar, are used at the
works as fuel. And last of all, when
the retorts are opened they are found
tilled with clean, nice charcoal, which
is sold to the manufacturers of steel.
Worse Even than Irish Evictions.
Philadelphia. Nov. 2. The creneral
executive board of the Knights of Labor
has just issued an appeal for l)elp for the
striking anthracite miners. The average
wages of the miners do not exceed $2SP
a year. Accompanying the circular is a
personal appeal from Mr. Fowderly, who
savs that none of the scenes renorted
from Irish evictions can equal the acts of
cruelty that are practiced every day in
the coal fields of Pennsylvania.
Worse than the Jrjsh evictions ! We
It A Al- T ...
reaa wai ine lnsn tenants are sura
marily ejected without regard to any
considerations of common humanity
the age4 btW to the roa aside, the
Sick taken from their beds by rough
constables, women and children left ex
posed to the weather, the bouses in
some instances being demolished to
prevent their occupancy. And yet in
free, JJepubliaan, protectionist Penn
sylvania scenes nvre cruel than these
may be witnessed "every day."
The Montgomery Vidette reports the
loss of much corn lemaining in the
low ground along the Pee Bee, aod
probably Uwharie, rivers bj the freshet
past week and reported expressly for ;
this paper by C. A. Snow & Co.. patent
lavens opposite U. S. Patent Office,
Washington, D. L.
J. A. Dunning, Alexander, N. G.
Metallic railway tie.
A. P. Haskins and T. B. Cox, Kins
ton, N. C, Shell Crimper.'
The snow fall at $ap Creek, Ashe
county, Oct. dOth, was 14 inches; but
contininx into the night, next' morn
ing, Oct. 31, it measured 15 inches.
The cabbage crop in this section wai
very large this year, but the appear
ance of the cabbage worm has created
some apprehension for the future of
this vegetabteXbe early winter weath
er may, however, destroy the germs of
ported as very fine and abundant, and
the land as flowing with milk and
honey. And the prices of provisions
are low, about as they were through
out North Carolina before the intro
duction of railroads. Health of the
people good young wives fat and
nourishing and children bouncing.
Gov. Hill, of New York, is an able
man and a very good Democrat as-New
York Democrats go. He made a
speech, a long and able speech, in
U 1.1 V V a IT,,,!.,,;
He sard $
"The proper place for surplus taxes is
in the pockets of the people. Every dol
lar of taxation unnecessarily collected is
official robbery. The accumulation of a
vast, unnecessary surplus is a standing
temptation for profligate expenditures,
unwise appropriations, and ait sorts of
raids upon the Federal Treasury. It is
the province of true statesmanship to re
move that temptation. A tariff or im
port duty is only another name for a tax,
and the people are rapidly approaching
that fact, and no good argument can be
urged why full war taxes should be re
tained in times of peace."
Common washing soda, says the
Popular Science Ncics, will cure the
poisoning of poison ivy or oak in 30
minutes if properly applied. Make the
application 4y saturating a slice of loaf
bread with Water, then cover one sur
face with soda and apply to the errup
rion. the soda next the flesh. When
the bread is dried by the animal heat,
drop water on the outer side, so as to
keep it thoroughly moistened and
dissolve the soda crystals in contact
with the skin.
Australia is overrun with rabbits.
Eighteen millions have been destroyed
in less than three years, and yet sheep
can hnd no pasturage, so that where in
1875 700,000 sheep were raised no more
than 100.000 : re now raised. In the
colony of Victoria, govern ment has ex
pended 2 t.OQO pounds sterling and pri
vate parties 15,000 pounds more, to
exterminate the pe?t, and yet land that
formerly sold at high figures can now
be bought at 10 shillings to the acre.
The rabbits eat up every green thing.
The Wilmington Star is admitted
by all to be one of the best dailies in
the South, but it hat a rival in the
Wilmington Messenger which is con
testing its claims to distinction with an
ability entitled to high regard. Wil
mington is as well represented in jour
nalistic talent, industry and enterprise
as any city of its size in the country.
An improved railway plow and ex
cavator has been patented. t is de
signed to plow out ditches on each side
of the track. The plows (a dozen on
each side if necessary) throw, the dirt
so as to be taken up by the excavators.
Another device for relieving bone and
muscle from the strain of heavy labor.
The convicted anarchists in Chicago
are getting desperate. On Sundav last,
1 ! 1 1 1 11
wnen tne jailors examined the cells in
which thev are confined, fchey found
three loaded bombs in the one occupied
by Linng, and on Monday morning
En gel tried to commit suicide by poison
but was resuscitated.
There was a big freshet in the Cape
Fear river, about 4th instant, which
did considerable damage to crops in the
low lands, and swept off vast quauti-
ties 01 cord wood puea wit tun the range
of the overflow.
We have omitted to mention that
the Raleigh Netcs and Observer has
b ?n enlarged by the addition of one
column to each page. The Obxerrer is
A first rate N. C. journal and richly
merits liberal patronage.
1893 will mark the fourth centennial
of the discovery of America by Chris
topher Columbus, when America, Italy
and Spain may then join in celebrating
tne great event.
To clean decanters pour the refuse
of the teapot, leaves and all into the
decanter, and shake it irell. The tan
nin of the tea has a chemical affinity
Ail .1 1 r
ror tne crust on tne glass.
The Ashevilie Daily Advance (re
publican ) has changed hands, having
been purchased by a conjpany who will
continue the publication.
Something: of a Blase in Reidsville.
Keidsvuie, m. V., ov. 7. The steam
plug tobacco factory of Sampson, Rich
ardsou & Co., was burned this morning
Over one hundred thousand pounds of
manufactured tobacco was consumed and
twenty thousand pounds of leaf. L oss
estimated at, seventy thousand dollars;
insurance on factory and stock $64,800.
The safe containing books and papers is
till in the debris. This was the most
complete tobacco factory in the State.
The packing house of E. M. Read was
ajso burnt, loss fifteen hundred dollars.
Several business houses caught and the
town was endangered but the lire depart -merit
U fcteati Grtnted
Xortlv Caroli ninns dnrin;
Slander of the Fi evident.
The Raleieh SimaL RepuUfcna.
Grover Cleveland, while Governor
New York, favored lAixed schools m that
State: it is also a fact that be favors ccmt
mixing of the races now.
It is a great surprise to see such
statements us the above in a respecta
ble paper. Mr. Logan Harris, the edi
tor tf the Signals is personally a truth
ful man, and vet he trives currency in
his paper to these false statements for
the purpose of making a little political
capital. The allegation that Cleveland
while Governor of New York, favored
mixed schools, has been proved false
by the records. He was widely charged,
while a candidate for President, with
having signed a bill established mixed
schools in New York; as a matter of
fact the bill was one to keep separate
the white and colored children in the
free schools of New York and to
maintain distinct schools for the two
races. To say that the President
"favors social mixing of the races now"
is io repeat by innendo the stale and
long since exploded slan der that be bid
Fred Douglass as a guet at a White
House dining. Ihe signal has too
much conscience to repeat this false
hood in plain terms, but it repeats it
by implication when it savs Mr. Cleve
land favors social mixing of the races
now'' that ia what it means. While
Fred Douglass was recoide. of deeds for
the District of Columbia Mr. Cleveland.
I t r
on tne occasion or a w nite Mouse re
ception, had an invitation issued to the
recorder of deeds, as to all the other
officials of the District, all of whom
attended, if they attended at all, in
their official capacities. There was no
dining about it, but only a formal re
ception, such as every President give,
and such as Douglass, as recorder ol
deeds for the District of Columbia, luiri
doubtless attended at the White House
during the administrations of Grant
and Hayes. The matter involved nc
social or any other sort of equality
as a seat at the President's table won Id
have done and if the Democratic
press had ever sought to make capita!
against Grant or Haves on account ol
the iittendance of Douglass at one of
their official receptions, it would havt
fallen, and would deserve tohave fallen
unJer general contempt.
The Signal, if it lives long enough,
will find the retailing of slander to b
not only bad morals but poor politics.
Statescille Land nut, k.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STORE
I guarantee Shriner'g Indian Vermifuge
to destroy and expel worms from the hu
man body, where they exist, if used ac
cording to directions. You are author
ized to sell it upon the above conditions.
David E. Foutz, Proprietor, Baltimore,
Tho White Cap3.
We fancy we hear a dying echo from
the "Long Ago." Some good men, and
trne, in this law-abiding Btntc of Horth
Carolina, were once upon a time arrested,
convicted on perjured testimony, caged
like wild beasts, taken bevond the border
! of the Commonwealth and incarcerated
among felons, where even the right to
speak was denied to them. That was
years ago, but the men who did it, and
the party which approved of tho deed,
arc still living. The Ku-Klux here have
passed away. In their stead the nation
has the Bald Knobbers and the W hite
Caps. The Ku-Kiux Mas a defensive
political organization; it was Southern.
The others are private marauders; they
whip, kill, ravish all in the name ot
personal revenge and lust; they are
Are there nnv fair newspapers belonz-.
ing to the Republiean partv in the North?
If so, let them contrast the Ku-Klux and
tho White Caps, and tell nothing but the
truth. Wilmington Messenger.
In General Debility, Emaciation.
Consumption, and Wasting i Children,
Scotts Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Oil with Hypophosphites is a most valu
able food and medicine. It creates an
appetite for food, strengthens the nervous
system, and builds up the body. Please
read : " 1 tried Scott's Emulsion on a
young man whom physicians at times
had given up. Since he began using the
Emulston, his Cough has ceased, sained
flesh and strength, and from all appear
ances li8 me will be prolonged many
years. I have been in Hospital Service
for the past twenty ycarsand never
have used any preparation with greater
satisfaction." John Sullivan, Hospital
Steward, Reform School, M organza, Pa.
All in a Ditch. But no one Hurt.
The Charlotte-bound train, on the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta road,
was wrecked near Ridge Springs, 35
miles South of Columbia yesterday. A
broken rail caused the accident. The
entire train, except the engine, left trie
rails, but no one on board was hurt. The
cars were placed on the track again and
the train resumed its journey, arriving
here about three hours late. Charlotte
Chronicle, Nor. 8.
In a speech Saturday night at Colum
bus, Ohio, Judge Thunnan vigorously
denounced Judge Jackson's recen t speech
at Macon, On., as that of "an old crank
and a disappointed politician, whom
Cleveland was reported to have recalled
from his mission to Mexico because he
got too drunk there to be of any use.1
He said Joseph B. Foraker was doing
more ror disunion by his speeches than
all the Jaeksons that ever wore that
name ever did.
"The Colored Fair Association at Ral
eigh made an assignment last week."
What better could have been expected
after inviting such scape goats as Billy
Mahone, the Virginia out-cast and John
Sherman, the South hater, to be the
chief exhibits. Greensboro Patriot.
An armed mob entered the county jail
at Opetika, Ala., Saturday night and took
Ueo. Hart, a negro, from bis cell, carried
him to Waverly, a few miles distant,
where they hung him.
TV be amended by a little cross,
afraid of a little sin, and affected by a
little mercy, is jgood evidence of grace
in the soul,
SUear mi Belter Ibm tser
lnr.fiiBSXT OF THE AMU3EMEWT REPUBLIC
Amazirg and Rapturous Brolattan in tha Realm cf Entertainment:
Two Maniftcont. Faultless Exhibitions, Rain cr Shine, at
SALISBURY MONDAY NOVEMBER11:
llbst hat&T&r the Only Tailed Show
TVT TtC4-l IVTw-. of QlirkHTfi!
3 BINS ClSCtfJ - HUJ3 THEFTS STACB-SU0BK0TT3 HSNASSBIB
W0BLD3 MU3EUJI-CLASIC RACING CARNIVAL AtfD JO-JO !
$3,033,093 Invest 3 J f PaVuc's Djloction-Astaal Daily txpennen
Notably and Trfumraatl Baioforc ?d tala S3in wltn tns Via worn
Iff?9t Startling HoMan Phenomenon,
v JO-JO, ft Dni-Factf Russian Buy!
THE HUMAN 8KYE TERRIER!
A Canine Caned Head Framed In Fleecy, Shimmering Itair-ln him Reality Outstrips Exaggeration
and Dumbfounded Science Pronounces Ulm the Most Wonderfall and Inexplicable Mystery
ot Llte!-Xot an Instpcd Idiot, But a Brlg.it, Alert. Threatens Bslntf-Yoar Only
Chance to see Jo-Jo- By command of the Czar he returns to St Petersburg at an Early Day.
AN UNPARALLELED RED-LETTER CIRCUS FESTIVAL!
200 Illustrious Champions! -80 Dazling Acts!
Astounding Dl plays of Acrobatic, Gymnlc and Equestrian Amazements In 3 Separate Star Kings.
b Uh!efs Uusslin Sknrl U Artists, Arabl in Heroes, Japanese Marvels, and a Gigantic Vaude
vale Combination in ThillllEg and Fascinating 1 eiioimntes cn the Umno. Ibu.ur Stagt!
msTORicALLY corrects rTTpnnT? A T A TTf HO N T K STS
REVIVAL OP ASCIilvi llli. J.
CLASIC OLYMPIAN GAMES! ERCAESWOED COMBATS ON SOPSEBACE!
ot:?.?.xns or lijs in THS WILD TT3ST
3 Times the Most Stupendous Menagerie
EVER GATHERED EXHIBITED UNDER TENTS!
n-otAct r.nnrtM Most rAmcus anu h-m iraniru
15 S EiarCk rtnI JlinO, lilt! iruuui vuupu- a.uaui, auu uic vviwoai, b-wv-
sb idowlur Central Figures of their Hare; "locff and "Hen But cr," l;oIilcUirg
Previous fclletrtuUlae Clowns anl the Only h.iby Elephatoa the Continent !
PEERLESS, POETIC, SUMPTUOUS,
Appearing on the Public Thorougbrares at 10 o clock E'. ery Mornli g.
a miealnn. To tlx Entire Combitied Slioww
a. iTTTisva.Al. cniidren, under nine y crvx s of t
(&XrO EXTRA TO J9X2XI 3"CD-rO-jM
Heserved Cushioned Opera C hairs, with back and foot rests, at the ntunl slight iCvr( e.
Two Exhibitions Dailv-Uoor.s open at 1 ami 7 F. M. Performances Begin an Hour Later.
Cheap Hound-Trip' Excursions on All Kallroads. See Station Agents tor Particulars.
Greensboro. INTor- O, Charlotte, 3J"o"r, lO,
Is now Rceeiving His
Fall and Winter Stook Of
Drat from the Holism Markets,
And will be pleased to see h'u eustorniers
fore purchasing elsewhere.
And all other kinds of Goods kept in a gen
eral stock, will be sold at prices to suit tbe
CUL AD UmiHl R8Y STk CX.
Bob White itnd Cryst 1
Roller Mill Flour of
the best quality.
RELS OF FRESH
ONE HUNDRED BAR
VIRGINIA LIME FOR
I expect all persons w ho have given me
Mortgages on their crops to bring me their cot
ton when it is rcadr for sale.
R. J. HOLMES.
Cotton market corrected weeklj' by
B0YDEN & QUINN.
Cotton, strict good middling,.
44 good middling, 0g to 9
" middling, C to 9.5-1(5
low middling, P
M staines & tinges, 8 to 8f
Market firm and in good demand.
Country produde market corrected by
JULIAN & WATSON.
Flour, country family,
70 (It 90
Counti7 bacon, bog round,
Irish potatoes, good,
15 & 20
WITH S. H. BARRETT
that will Tuut SALISBU1U uus wmmm
J XJ IV.1UJM J- v w w j. 1 k
iiciu i r.ti.-iiiJts uu m-njn t-wu uuumi.fc
SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE !
Go to the Store
To Euy Cheap Goods.
Dave Julian & Watson
Are decidedly in the lead with low pricos
and honest pjooiis. Their retail department is
full of bargains, and their line of
Dress Goods, Shoes, Do
mestics, Hats and
Also. Laces Gloves, Hoisery, Embroideries.
Handkerchief?, Xecfc Wear, Blankets, Comforts,
Counterpins, Flannels, Tabic Linens, House
Furnishing Goods, Ac, k,c.
Bacon, Lard, Sugar and Coffee, Salt and
Flour, in short a full line of GROCERIES.
The above. and a dozen others besides are
the Stocks they offer at figures which make
every article a bargain.
They buy-sad sell Country Produce, Hides,
Bones, Old Iron, Wool. Loose Cotton, ttc, kc
They are also agenta for the most ponul.tr
In short, at their Store you can get wha'
ever you waut at bottom prices. All they u k
is a chance to prove what they say.
JULIAN & WATSON.
Salisbury Ladies, Attention!
A lady who thoroughly understands disease
peculiar to her ses. also the action and use ot
cure for tli-m. w ill be for a few days with Mr
J. M. MeCorkle. to see the ladies of Salisburr.
bhe will be at her room from 11 to 3 u'cloc..
om 11 to 3 b'cloc..
will go to see th.is.
; to her, who live ia
miles in the countrv
each a.:r while hire, and
who are- not able to come
town. Will also go a few-
it conveyance is sent, but must go so as not lo
be absent from her room during tbe hours men
tioned. Ladies who call during the next fonr
days will receive free a trial box of a remedy
which, wherever it is known, is taking tbe place
of the cruel knife and nauseous drugs and
healing thousands which these had only left
worse than before. Many ladies in Charlotte,
and other parts of N.C.,who have been cured,
have requested that their names be given for
reference to those who suffer as they did. They
cannot help feeling anxiod to have others
know that there is at last relief for tb -m bv the
use of this simple sad iaexpensive yet. wonder
THE MIGHTY DC
Eitave the pleasure to announce a new depart are the location of
an airerusy in New York city for the purchase and selection of
our stock iu order to enable us to quote lewcr prices than others
who buy on Ion; time and ask big prices in these days of panic and
Our Agent has instt notions to watch every sale and every fai'to-e;
to look after every honse on the verge of bankruptcy and ruin, and
with cssh in hand to buy the lump or in the lot, every class of mer
chandise thnt we can get at less than its value, so that we can mark
in plain figures on our bargains prices that have not been named or
quoted in this market or any other.
Not by favor, but by merit alone. Will wc maintain and increase
our unrivaled reputation. -
Big prices will not do in these times when even the wealthy can
not afford to waste their money and the poor require double duty
of every doller and every penny.
As our prices ehanur with every. sale, it will be impossible to sivu
net a -ions, but it will be our aim to name
to buy of us.
We shall deal in goods and not trasii,
muse that sells ti e best goods for the least
Among our daily arrivals we shall place
positively leyond the whisper of competition, comparison or monopoly prices that
will teach you in the silent logic of truth the difference between dealing with live and
with dead menbetween the cash and the credit system-between the right and the
Hence we throw out among the masses
.. . . . i
matchless prices, to ClieCK tne insane auu
iialtrv consideration of a little credit.
Who can tell the waste ol money wnen
sell on long time.
Gold is a good thing but give us genius
cr tires, a mmtl that never wanders, an eye
quivers, and we will ride rough shod overall
- ... ... a
New advanced ideas crowd out the old
- brains in the place of cheek and science
ddivion these moonshine merchanes with their tough ana tremendous longtime prices.
What is the use ot wasting a dollar when you may save itt
Upon our counters will be thrown, day after day, new arrivals at panic prices, from
houses that collapse), others that will go
out these sacrifices in vain hope to outlive
I ,iv our goods, and the houe that wants
advance line, must beat thee prices or go
in good goods at low prices, we mean to be
who dive down to rock, bottom I
We shall offer such unanswerable arguments as no house can match leaders and
specialties at quotations that no other can offer stern and stubborn facts that will
level vour head on the subject of genuine bargains.
Hard luck and balder times pinch some high-toned old credit concerns they must
have money to meet the inevitable note to-morrow they all know we have the cath
the hard and solid cah and a thousand will buy double the Value, and we can offer
ood at figures away In-low the regular wholesale jobbers of Broadway.
When bankruptcy and ruin overtakes the victim we are always there with the Amtri
Wh 'n the hammer of the a i tioncer falls upon some grand and gigantic windshake
listen for Our Name !
Thus we are tl.ditin aniust the old rotten credit system for money, for reputation,
add lor the people ! m
This is the music and these the prices that crowd our store whilst other merchants
sleep on their counters, while dreaming of the day of disaster and ruin awaiting all who
buy on long time and sell on longer who pay big prices, and all at figures that no peo
ple can afford to pay.
We invite an early and repeated isit and inspection. Our stock will be replenished
every few-days and to merchant we offer some special leaders fully 15 to "20 per cent
less thnn current prices in New Y rk City.
Respectfully submitted to the Ca.h Trade only, by
RACKET C. O. D. STORK,
J .no. Brooktiu.o, Ag't.
New York Officii : - .
46G & 408 BnoADWAT.
One Cent A tides.
Pencil Pd, 5 slate pencils, blatk polish
ed lend pencil, pmier hair pin, b.x ahoc
blacking, card of hooks and eyes, roll lape
yard of lace, 3 cood pen holders. 2 button
honks, 2"t (iivJftpo, novda. one d'zeii but
tons, nei k ties, nh klc crochet needles, fril
armlets per. pair, whistlis, tjh lines and
hundreds of other stapcl items.
Two C nt Articles.
Cake laundry sosp, rake toilet sosp, yH.
liAinhur; eilge, finder rinrs, 200 Trl spool
thread sew on machine equal to Coates or
Chirks, white, blsv k and colors all numbers
irilt cuff buttons, paper pins, scarf pins, yd
ribbon, toilet soap, pocket handkerchiefs,
novel?, dress bnttots, lar;c 1)X blacking,
briar wood pipes, cigar holder, scalloped
pie plate 7 inch. pt. tin cup. memoranda
books, ball sewintr Hin-ad brown anl while
pictures, mblcr Lead pen i Is, pa jh.t of 25
sewing needbs. set id knitting need Us, yd.
irish lace. yd. torchon lace, dnz nice ilnss
buttons, 24 sheets note paper, ball knitting
cnttcn. 2 thimbles, spool button hole twist.
Valuta changing every day.
Three Cmt Articles.
Ltdies and gents pocket handkerchiefs
turkey red handkerchiefs, 144 shirt buttons
a cake of liiuhfy periinied soap, cake laun
dry soap, 2) good white envelope', 24
sheets note p.ier, ilreaaing combs, ladies
nilt breast pins, pearl ear Imhs. pair of wis
so rs, shaving liuh. jd. ribbon, yil. torch
on lace, yd. Hamburg ed-.-ing, pie plate, 1
doz. nice drrss buttons, bail knitting cotton
toy books, lad'e and misses garters with
buckles, story books, laces. ribb.ns. scarfs,
rubber tine combs, pocket and childretis
round combs, horn dresa t endw, 1 uoz pins
and hundreds of other novel tie.
Four Cent Articles.
Pocket knifesr ttoth brushes, zinc mir
rors, stamped dippers. 24 she ts note paper
25 god white envelopes, toy books, shears
hair pins 100 in a box, i uller dress combs,
specie purses, handkerchief extracts assor
ted, wash bowels, 3 in h taper saw file, pt.
tin cup. curry combs, lubber pocket- and
children round combs, 1 doz large safety
pins, and Ung lines of other big rului s at
Fire Cent Articles.
Pad 1 cks, 2 qt. milk pans, pack plating
cards, 24 -tdieets 5 lb. note apci, a bail
knitting cotton, hammered picnic ring rung,
looks ilkc silver, military caps, large shear,
glasses. French spool cotton, 60U yards,
nickle match sales, wash bowl good size,
gents', ladies' and children hosiery, 4 hook
cherry hat racks, a spendid line of gents'
bows, vegitable j; rater, enamel handle,
lamp burner, 25 official envelopes. No. 6
shoe blacking, goud as the French and con
In 12, 1 4, 1 9, 23, 29, 33, 39
cts., and up, we have a Line ot
Goods which cannot be enum-
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RACKET C.O.D. STORE.
re too few and the few too nu ny
figures that will compel you ia self-dctencc
ami ueiicve tne masses win patronize mat
before onr people some landslide that are
these specialties mese matcniess gooos ana
: i , . : r 3 r . t.
criminal practice wr waisiiiig iuumcj iwr um
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yon gei your gooas oi nouses mai uy ana.
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and ambition, and then an energy that ncr-
una never sleeps, auu a nerve mai never
the world !.
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pluck mxtean oi iu k casn insfeao ox crenii
and ability-beating back and crushing into
down to-morrow, and still others who throw
the storm, fcrom Mich sources as these we
the trade of the people must go beyond this
down for if there is honor in man, or virtue
masters ot the situation the live pioneers
tains as much blacking as 7 regular 5 .
boxes, 1 foot boxwood rules, handson e
iibbonsL25 cent novels, 25 cent cuff but
tons, 25 cent jewelry, socks, hose, handker
chiefs, hair brushes, nail brushes, hair oils,
large Ihi tie sew ing machine oir, cologne,
lily toilet, snap 3 cakes in box, sotw flaky
floating soap large cake, large 20 ox. bar
laundry soap, 3 cakes laundry soap, pound
bar blue soap, npptewood pipes, rubber
po ket combs in cases, china head dolls, 7
pin hat racks, combination glase cutter, 1
qt. stamped dippers, blue amber canary and
crystal goblets, diamond pattern drop
drawer handles. 1 qt. tin cups, 1 qt.
graduated measures, a No. 1. soup ladle. 2
salt cellers, sprinkler top peppers and salts,
leaf p.ttern preserve dishes. C inch glass dish,
siver vases, gimlet bits, spike gimlets, Cnfft
strainers milk skimmers,- glass drinking
mugs. 12 sheets paper and 12 envelopes in
picture box. Japan waiters, and hundred-
of other lig five ceut barg iii s.
Sens Cut . rl eles.
Mens' rurnders, lKy' suspender, imi
tat ion silk Jtanderchiefs, Inre dairy pans,
w hitewash brnshes, large wash bow la,
w hite and black anvas belts, stocking sur
porters, 10 inch deepjejiy plate, 24 keet
0 lb. note paper, 2 bottles ink bottle dint
extract, jewelry, cuff buttons, breast- pi i.s,
finger rings, 5 rubber head pencils, tooth
brushes, scrap book, yard fine ribbon,
qt. covered bucket. 4 cakes laundry sosp,
wood I lame mirror, hotie dime cnlo.ne,
doz. shoe Incers. 7 nice pen holders, 1 pair
hose, I pair hose, 1 gross pant buttons,
lace collars' hatnburg edge, gents' bows, 4
papers needles, 24 sheets paper and 24 en.
v elopes in picture box, and lots of other
Ten Cent Article.
2 and 3 qt. covered bucket, 6x9 walnut
frame mirror, bhuk handle dippers, 3 large
cakes toilet soap iu box, bottle Florida
water, jewelry,, dress shields, 5 paper pins.,
2 20 oz. bars laundry soap, lootu brush-.-,
8 rubber head pencils, autograph albums,
hose and hose, ribbons per yaid, lace col
lars. gentsr bo st s, needle book w it h 5 papers
needles, darning needles, Sec , 1 doz. cedar
pencils, 3 quires note paper, large jap dust
pans, 9 qt. milk pans, 4 7 -inch pie plates,
spring balances, lar-e 12 inch shear, 2 loot
iuIcs, set tablespoons, bread knive. pock, t
knives, razor straps, memorandum books,
pocket ledgers, 5 balls sewing thread, 6
spools thread, 1 quire foolscap paper, 1
quire legal cap paper, large pencil tablet,
shaving boxes, 8 doz. good steel pens, 2
steel engmvings, majoRca cream pitcher,
glass butter dish, china mug, 3 nice gob
lets, 2 qt. drinking cups, large dolls china
heads, hemstitched ladies and gents band
kerchiefs. These are only a few of our tea
all way down
old line Prices.
AND IN NTS STREET.