tHURSDAYf JA25, 2f, 1SSS.
- , . Congress -; w
- The tfaiia I Coru rai t tee; on ' Coin agf
teive agreed to report Tor the suspension
of; the three cent cofns.- :
The wool growers of 'Indiana are
protesting against putting wool on the
'Jfree list. -' ' ' x
LanI adulterators of Chicago are op
"'Xwsed to Congressional interference
ritlltheir business. Of course they
re. . . -
s. TT. cnr-mpt. Oil
, lias reported a bill for investigation oi
various associations, combinations, &c,
: known as trusts;Vor '-pools" the ob
ject ot whieti combinations is to regn
; la4e thtfpriee of Commodities, produce.
- provisions, and so prevent competition
and compel consumers to pay the
ericei agreed on. . The report after
several 'amend men tr was adopted.
i The N. W. It. R. Guide s
inutiplying industries, "says: It
clearly evident to most Americans that
the advantage, oT this country lies in
rr.HJr.lvJnff drimrM-tic industries, rather
tnen in diminishing them. Every new
dndusiiv that can be maintained, which
supplies a want felt by the people, is a
clear cam in every way, -as -pmpioyin
workmen., keemns profit at home,
sing materials produced here paying
Wages that are spent here, and tending
.to make us industriously.' independent".
The very highest .form of industry
it that which exists with the widest
possible diversification of industries.
" Bngland suffers to-day because ishe lias
3 intensified her manufactures, and neg
lected to cultivate her soil thoroughly:
Ireland and Indiafsufiers because they
hav arrric.utfetire without manufactures.
- " o ; ; , t .
We give our people a chance
direction, an jl so we posseis the highest
prosperity and the most robust nation
l 1 life. i .
l It is in dispute whether 200 or 1,001
nereons perished in - the late terribl t
- blizzard out West. Either number i:
large enough for a earning to Nortl
Carolinians to stay at home, where tht
nfercury very rarely goes down to zero
.and where plenty of oak, hickory an
pine wood answer for heating purpose:
instead of corn and household furni
ture. Any way you please to take it,
qldf North Carolina sfr more desirable
as a comfortable home than the region
.40 exposed to sudden and disastrous
storms of wiiid and driving snows.:
Wehave been much pleased with
the recenHpeech of Senatoif Vance on
the Tariff- and Internal Revenue
Those who chance to obtain copies of it
should read1 it carefully and then banc
t to a neighbor. Senator Vance never
Speaks wShout having much to say,
i , . I ' - r ooo 0 -f .
-1 alwhvs hnksriiD his assertions with
T - - .
fact., This speech ls especially inter-
eeting at this te:m when the subt of
Tariff revision as under disco&ston miconsifler tpat class ot bills only in con
"Ex-Gov. J arsis' candid letter t o Ihe
Wilmington Star,, giving the history
of the Governor s mansion now in pro
of '.construction ''-at Raleigh,
itrikes us a reasonable and therefore
&brJ TBeEx-Oovcruor . be
. ot ata,d to Ro before ih, people o
i,ne otaie w ueicuac uj. niai, oi iv, .rtiiu
Ihe shoving he makes certainly pre -
.iwnU frothing which should intimidate
MJ okeoing o. r-i-- -
' ,? - - - -
"Georgia has produced another won-
aenui i woman, im iipton couniy i
pearly he equal of MisvLula Hurst,
.only in a different way iTherew sur-
i v! , , ,
can tame ana riue, in a lew minutes
the wildest horsds or mules. 1 The wild!
animals of the woods are also under the
control of her eve, and even; the birds
.take food from her hand.
A $325,000 fire occurred at llolybke,
-Mns nn Snmhivi lnf w
About fet, people barely escaped
With thfir livps fntm n lirf in f Jnao-a
" " " ---tr-o"
'Suicides are in onlpr I int nw iuA
Star of the tWrreporting .half
' .-a dozen cases amoiiff tbera a man of
8.4 years, and2a youngster -love stricken
'i .... . ' ." -'.
'We acknQulesdge the receipt oi av
-Waiiful .book of Tvne Snn,An
, . -i
i rom .liruce s ly. X- lype h oundry.
in tho biinPSfsTvrw. ,Un .
--v,-"" r r
!Tbe cashier and book-keeper, of An-
:burn (N. Y.) Firgt, Rational Bank
shaTing fied t,o parts.unVnown, the bank
,is closed X pr .the present.
The Daily .Wilmington Star has :
duced its subscription to SO a year,
Jfr ar shorter time in the same pn
vueras mam ixz '-J "
... WasMntcii Letter. - -From
our Tegular Correspondent.)
. 'Washington, Jan 23, 1SSS.
The, first ; two bills passed by the
present Congress to become laws are,
amends the law: in relation to the Com
missioi.er . iof Irish and r ishenes the
President having approved both dur
ing the past week. During the period
ta question, uongress-uia mtie oi nn
portan.ee. I Tne fc&nate passed the bill
to credit and pa'lto the several! States
and Territories all moneys collected un
der the direct tax act,- approved Aug.
5, 1801. lut the great work of the
Senate dunn the past week, wa.3 the
confirmation of Mr. L;imar, despite the
treacherous opposition of the JUepubiiT
cans to that brilliant and distinguished
statesman; - The ex-Secretary s passed
through the long contest unscathed,
and he wears his new and. crowning
honor 1 with becoming modesty a:.d
characteristic dignity. In accordance
with custom, the new Associata Jus
tice was assigned a seat on the extreme
left of his fellow justices.
The beh ate had under consideration
the Blair bill, but as usual, reached no
conclusion.; Messrs. Blair and Reagan
had rather a, heated discussion over the
third question, in which the former
was decidedly worsted. E-Justiee of
the Supreme Court, Strong, expresses
the opinion that the bill is unconstitu
tional: -Senator Hoar has introduced a
service pension bill, which is the most
radical measure of the kind yet pre
sented, providing as it does that ' all
ofiicers and enlisted men who served in
the army, navy, or, marine corps, in
cluding regulars arid volunteers at any
time during the late civil was, shall be
entitled to a pension of pne cent for
each day's service, in addition- to any
pension granted for disability. This,
in face ' of the fact that $75,000,000
will lje spent on pensions this year, and
the furtherfact, that the House Com
mittee calls for $30,000,000 more for
vhe same purpose next year. Comment
Both the Senate and the House have
passed the bill, .appropriating the sun
f $585,000 to establish .agricultura
experiment stations as attachments t
the rarrous agneailtural
throughout the country.
Owing to the absence from sickness.
Speaker.; Carlisle, and Mr. Mills,
arlio-has succeeded Mr. Morrison astht
Democratic' leader of i the House, the
proceedings of that bodjf were less in
teresting than usual the1, past week.
Half a day was consumed in obstruct
ing consideration of the bill introduced
ibv Mr. Wilkihs, of Ohiofrto increase
National Bank circulation, and tin
' a?anee of the same day was devoted t
peech ' makingjbver the acceptance cl
rt'nres- of.th1 three S.n:ikprs of tK-'
House 'iiirnishod by Massachusetts,
whSse counterfeit presentriients have
been added to the historical portrait-
gallery that graces the south wing of
the Capitol. The principal orators
were W. P. C. Breckinridge, of Ken
tucky, and ex-Gov. Long, of Massa-
chnsettsnd a great crowd packed the
floor and galleries to hear , their lp-
The tariff, reformers
first preliminary skirmish in the Wav
and Means Committee,! Mr, McKin-
ley, of Ohio, who shares with Reed,6f
-Jfaiiw,. the. Rcpnblican leadership of
the lIous& moved tortke up his bill to
i v, , .
i repeat tne tooncco tax, out the u
cratic majority refused to discuss any
specific tax reduction bill, proposing to
nection with the general tariff reduc
tion bill. This resolution was passed
by a strict party vote 5 to 4.
Paring Bank Robbery.
Limestone, Jan. 21 At about 11
o'clock Saturday foor masked men,
heavily armed, rode up to the Citizen's
,W W,.r en-
K wfth iemiH t)(.
t c:isn o:i and. Keyuolds pretended to
lcomplyrbutclosed and locked the safe
J instead, whereupon one of the robbers
Miot ana instantly killed him T c
hank was then ransacked and $2,300
secured. 1 An unsuccessful attemnt wai
made to open the safe.
ni ijiq wunu oi uie pistol snot sev
erfil people cafne running to the bank
" fZr " v Y i "i0 xr'
b it they were h red upon by the rcbbei
o a guard and retreated to arm them
-elves and gave the alarm
In a few mmutes-twentv cr thirl v
anM tizens hurried Ha "the bank,
PM.:ile. hlch f? loY ,0Ile
....... v. uiiiiip, til 1UU
he town, was killed and .four -citizen
sightly founded. The three survivin
rooters rode away with the boot v.
: ? "" ""F
I ,i ,t . . i i i . -
i umuguK iutiu' uucit to limestone.
ijuae livncii lound the Wdpr mi H.v
iof murdering the cashier, and hp. wnst
at once hanged. Ihe other two will
. 1 1 I ,1 -J-r .. .
t&L, Se. Ktes
authorities at port Wishita. The stolen
money was recovered.
"ho Kt ...IV... 11 111- - I
i up tjc ui cjuue rancjiprs
of the SneiglibDrhood, and were wel
known as hard characters
..Mny m advertising appears in
1 ttlfi TSRirfH rvf hn Ttr,ct.n lit ....,1 CM.--
It Recorder. A full paire is occimied with
W." L. Douglas, bf
ue OX "ie
-live peeuu ues mat lie manufketnres
jir. vouxias s iamous m the Kfntos -n
r Tli 1 - rt -
ayvuux, nue jjoycou placed on his
roods, been nan h K-m A
Uh lasting-machine in his factory. His
i"vfo uio luca w a qeieneined
energetic, far-seeing man of about forty
years of age. His career "is weif.
kpown j ,tp readers of. the x American
trade papers, and it is -hv "
and of,: that he has thoroughly learned evcr.'
thlnS noected with his trader and has5
i ear"Sirin? at "T7- -rauch thereof-1
rr-.cfllQxbkoc Journal. - ' '"
... . j -ii i . i ? ' . i 1 the barracks to-ay. .J. W. Grady, a
writing on second, thud, and tourth citizen : ,et Lieutenant -.Wilcox,-of te!
class mail matter , and the oue which Artillerv. and asked h:ih abmit -some
- . Li 3aycnet3' Toiats. --,
FIGHT BETWEEN MILITARY AUTHORITIES
is flokima! - , ' -"
1 St. Augustine,;. Fla. Jan. 21. A col
lision between thecivil "and military au
nnoriiK'x w:ik iinimnpni Kir wiuic 1 t'ari
thorities was imminent for a while near
matter over which'thev haf had. amis-,
understanding, he claiming it 'to. be-an
insult to one of his lady triends. ;The
Lieutenant dccliucd to make any apology
and a war of. words .began." The Lieu
tenant struck Grudy -with a temiisj bat
in the face. They then closed and a
struggle followed, during which a police
man came up and - 'attempted to arrest
both. : Grady made uo resistance, but
Lieut.; Wilcox refused to be arrested mid
called the guard, who came but with fix
ed bayonet and ordered the policeman to
stop. I . - "
According to the policeman's story the
officer ordered the guard to ehoot him if
he attempted aii arrest, and that the
guard loaded his rille. The policeinan
went td his hou.e near by and procured
a revoiyer. 1 Meanwhile a large crowd of
citizens and soldiers'had gathered and
things appeared very stormy, as all were
angryi and pistols and guns were flour
ished. 1 Finally, after a gret disturbance,
the matter was settled and the officer
entered his quarters.
The mayor will settle the matterln the
morning. It required but a spark at one
time td create a riot, as many of the citi
zens bear no lore to the blue-coats.
Grady is a prominent citizen and society
f Will 1383 be a Year cf War.
; The present year is the fifth year of
modern times in which the aggregate
of the figures are tventy-five, and there
will "be lint live more years in which
such a; combination is possible prior to
the year 2599. Probably lew have
ever heard of the old prophecy, "winch
runs as follows:
In every future year of our Lord,
When the sun of the figures is twenty
Some warlike kingdom will draw the
But peaceful nations in peace shall
Students of modern history will
readily recall how faithfully this proph
ecy has been fulfilled m the tour pre
vious years to which it applied. .
In 1C99, Russia, Denmark and Po
land formed thejcoalition against Swe
den "which! inaugurated the great war
that ended in the disastrous defeat oi
Charles XII, at Pultown.
The year 17S9 will ever be raemora
b!e on account of the-' breaking- out oi
the French revolution.
The year. 1798 witnessed the cam
paign of Bonaparte in Egypt and t In
formation; of, the second European
coalition against rraiice.
In 1S79 war broke out between Eng
land and Afghanistan, followed bv the
invasion of the latter country by Brit
ish troops, -
In what manner the prediction is tc
be verified in 1888 remains yet to hi
.seeni'but the present condition of Eu
ropes seenis to promise an abundant
fulhllment of the prophecy. tT-towrortf
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STOKI
I guarantee Shriner's Indian Vermifuirt
to destroy and expel worms from the hu
man body J where they exist, if used uc
cording to! directions. You are author
ized to sell it upon the above conditions
David E. i outz, Proprietor, 15altimore,
Randleman Station placed $800 in
he bank Subject to the order of IJev.
11. Dcrogs; the pastor of that
charge for 18SS. That relieves the
preacher I from all anxiety in relation
to his salary. His family wants are
met from the beginning and only the
care pr his charge oeiore him, and
surely he can go forward with his-
work with a : hearty good will, l lu
example of that station is worthy of
he miiitat.on of all others. M nistou
Twin City Daijy.
In General Debility, Emaciation.
Consumption, and Wasting in Childien,
Scotis Bnaulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Oil with Hypophosphites is a most valu
able fpodiand medicine. It creates an
appetite for food, strengthens the nervous
system, ahd builds up tho body. Please
read : 1 tried Scott's Kmulsion cn a
young rajan wliom physicians at times
had eiven up. Since he began using the
Emulsion, his Cough has ceased, gained
tlesli and; strength, and from all appear
ances' las life will be prolonged many
years, I have been in Hospital Service
for the past twenty years, and ucvei
have used any preparation with greater
satisfactioa." Joim Sullivan, Hospital
Steward, Reform School, Morganza, Pa,
Tim Tarboro Southerner tells as fol
lows of a tax collector from way back :
vv. o. buni-rninirs, deputy tax collector
for Sheriff Cobb, "sweeps'off all the pciv
simraoti?, leaves, and skins the bark.
He sent a hecro boy three miles awav
to get his banjo to pick him a tnne'aud
after the tune bad been nicked seized
ii :f .... 1
ne Dan jo tor poll tax.
: DECEMBER 20.
a markeb corrected weekly bv
1 -i BOYDEN & QUINN
Cotton, strict gooxl middling,
staines & tinges.
8 to &
Market firm ahd in good demand.
Country produde market corrected "by
- JULIAN & WATSON
Flour; country family, $2.40
neat. : . 7U yo
vouniry oacon, hog round,
IrL Potatoes good,
r.., r r
. w ....... . . .... .
'.Tttn-v 1 J j .e-nr
Do Hot , Think fcr a HScia?at
that catarrh will in time'w&ar out. t'he
theory is false. Men try-t& believe it;be
cause wou'd be pleasant af true, but it is
not, as all know. Do not let an acute
attack of cold in the head remain un4ib
dued. ; It is liable to develop into catarrh.
You c'au 'rid-yourself jf the cold ind
avoid all chance of catarrh by using ?Dr.
Sage's . Catarrh : KemedyJ If already
afllicled rid join-self of th;s troublcdme
disease speedily by the same means. 'A "At
all dnrgists. - JH - ' '
It is said 'that wh?s n:i Indian' jlies
lis surviving relatives tuy uil his dtijts.
We are acq';iti;ntl vitii a nrn who? we
heartily wiAi yfsuli tur j. " Indian and
&ie.PJtfLi;k?2t?tia CaW. . .
TLlsi)ow((ler never varies
A marvel of pjir.lj
trcDstn.anu vaoleso:nen,?aff. More pconotnica.
man tne oramarv kinds, ant canuot oe sola ir
aniMiiuom wnn itie muuiiuucoi low i.cgi. urr;
w eigne, alom or puospnue oowoei s. Sole oty u
cans. lio if a l Uakixg Po-.vkk Co.. 100 Wall St. K
Forstde-y Binjrham if.Co
tain.'nncljN. P. Marplt.
Cloth ,&Co!d Binding
JMHrw. P. O. Itgx 1 SIO. Vyi
LIST OSinUSCXTAL SOS.
1 Fvcra, Coagcstioni InBaminsticns... .5
ill Worms, Worm fever. Worm Colic... .'45
I rviii t:ollc. or l eeUmiR oi infants.
itiRrrlica. oi Children or Adults
3iiti'seery, GriLiiuij, 12ilion (Joiic...
15'l).iera Morb:ti, oriii'.i'ng.;. .
&s.fetiialsia. Tool h utile. Knoecahc
ljslix-adnoSu'o. Ki.ck Ilc(?aehc. Wrtisro
H S3 E 0 P AT H I
IOtlVspc?s:a. UiiioiiS PSwnRoh
I l2fai!resseU ojalnful Periods
I 'iJVViiites, too rrtuHa I'Cnods
I S( ri;p, Couph, li:Hcatt Erestliiiisr. ..
Milalt Uheiim, l'.rysiiptiK, E ntptic:is.
1 dSKIieiimatiso. iiii.'.irt ic 1 a::is..
JFjrever nd A 5 u-. Cl-ills, iitlaxia.
Iisfjles, iana or uiccoii.-
I JfJCntnrrli, Influensn, Cnld in the Head
2C!l'hoopinM'cush, Viplont C!onshs..
-itneral lclsil:t v.l'l-p-ical Wcaknces
2SJiVrrvoiii ieltiify .!.
3St'jrinarv V slui-. Wettiac Hd... .2i
.0i;. .rii..!!..i p.,.,;.. 1 Bn
IL3 C ft YSl B 8 S2 !
Raid Vy Orupgis's, or rent peat-paid on r"ceiptof
rtce. riii lit i
.'ILLDiCtiitU. 1UU l uUuu SU
W. L. DOUGLASS
S3 SHOE. ocf&Wi
The only fine calf $3 Seambss Slide in
the World made withc.it tucks or nliils.
s styli$h and durable m tlsosc cotinc:
$5 or $6 and haying no, tacks or nailk to
wear the stocking or hurt the feet, nihkci--
hem as comfortable and wcll-uttiii'das a
hand setved shoo, ttuv ihe hpst. itnnc
genuinej unless stamped on bottom jj"W
, Douglass f.i Shoe, warranted.''
W. L.!DOUGL.iS$i SHOE, the oriiina!
and only hand sewed wiclt $4 shoe, wfhicl
equals castora-maae snwes costing
$G to $0
DOUGLAS SHOEJs isnex-
WJ Li 5)GL'(JL1S S2 SHOH U work bv
all Botk, and-w the best school .shde ti
the would. I
All t3ic above goods sire iv.ade in iCon
grcss, lfuito:i ana l.awi, ami if iiotlsold
by your dealer, write VV. L. DCUGSLAS,
In obedience to ain order of the Su
perior (Court of Cfitalwba county mafle iri
the case of bu.-an S.
Troll inger v:
f, I will sell
T rojliriger and oihe
lith dy of Febiuary, 1888, that vali able
tract oil' land known! as the (Jhir-n ilace
adjdir.jng Thoruas I'lvde Mid others oh
the W. X. C. II. It, two inilc ciffct of
(Jleveland in the cotiaty of llowanl con,
tainiiig 151 acres. 'This land is sld to
make assets for th6 payment of fehtsl
The purchaser to ny 120 per cent.fcashl
theibilauce oa a credit of. six mbaths
with lpnd and approvfcd title. Tifle re
uimcu; until an me inurenase raortey is
paid. SUSAN HjTilOLLINGEl, . 'i
Admx. of M. B. Trollinrer.
18S. ll:it:pd. T
H01GE T01 BUILDERS i
Tli Salisbury jl3riick. ' Companjr jus
formed, hnve perfected all arrangements to
ciure unck oa si large rcale. H.Will
nee at om e, and Ik; prepared to furl
ctrmnmnce at once, antj t?e urenart d to
uisu ufjck in an? uesirco mmntiir
a LI6BU.U Y BB ICK COMPA
JOH A. BOTOEXf
ft t -h t-.1-.- y i
s H .h& -- i
fist tv. J j;ti, I
13, bayoncl qnestion, the lest
for ladies tiso eyer made Trjrit I
Bnv RAVEN'S GLOSS TOUSH. the
only Shoe Pol Ish made which contains
oil. Everv bottle sruaranted satisf;ictorv.
Vs will pay for every pairshoes it craelcjs
or injures, " ' - v
Use none but RAVEN'S GLOSS. Sold
SC1IULTZ & VANWYCK.
IE Best ttf--v- 'Softens ahd
'fo Buy Cheap Goods.
jArs decidedly in the lead with low prices
aa?i honest goods. Their retail department is
!'ul of bargains, and their hue of
Dress Goods, Shoes. Dor
mcstics, Hats and
Also, Laces Gloves, Iloisery-, Embroidcrier
Iljjadkcrehiels. Nt-yk Wear, Uiaukets, (Joinforts,
CoiuntcrjHr.s, Flannels, Table Linen, House
Fu'rnisl.injr Goods, &c, ie. .
Kacon, Lard, Hugjav ftnd Coficej Salt and
Fliur, iirshort a full line of (JllOt'HRIKfc?. ;
T!ie above and a dozen- others besides ar
thq Stocks tlir-y ofTer at figures yvhich make
fevqrv article a bargain.
jv buy and pc!1 Country Produce, Hides.
lSone.', inn iron, ool. 1aos t-otton, A.C., v.
Tiey Ufa- also sijjenti for the most itnpulat
sr.ort, ni lac.r r-tore vou can get iiat-
r von want at bottom prices. All they atk
s a chance to prove what they say.
JULIAN &f WATSON.
UmMklmMh SpccnlilGr s.
A'ZJ ?fl'f ?F 7y AfCA'f K MARKET..
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you, that will start you in business which
vcill''bimg you in more money rijilit
a vay, t nan any tning else in the world.
6 rand outfit free. Add rcss JfiVK &. C6. ,
ALU&it'i um for" sal: .
There a very valuable ract cX IkiuI
tor sale rn tne tieaiT oi ine iaroous jer
s?y Settlement" one mile South of Lih-
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yuOtl. , ii t on; prises ueany iw i;rei, -. uji
be easiiv divided into two tracts, with
line dwellings and out-houscs on each,
There is nearly 100 acres seeded in wheat
ind a large part in clover, which grows
uely. Neat ly 100 acres of Yadkin river
ottom. This valuable property can be
bought for $25 an acrefand it is worth
ivery dollar of that price. For further
information address !
Ken glo ssg
Salisbury, N, Cj
TAKE DDE NOTICE T
B0IE1H : YfllSELTES
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WILL BE MOVED
IDE Mliflsl BTOliB
Mi Door to the HARDWARE HOUSE of
AND FOR THAT REASON -
Ie will continue to
We have been InVhlv prati-
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fied over our
during the past
hope by keeping
ard of best floods for the least
natron a re.
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LOW PRICED' -GOODS
Which arc kept fu'l of choice and dcsirafele GOODS, by daily additions, firhifb rt.
marked at Rock Dottora Pricwj for ASH or BARTER! W buy all kiod f Tn
duce which but fevr Houea do, for Cash er" Trade. 'Hie largest trk f Dr
Goods iu town. Prices from 8 ct.io the bst Cashlntr, TrieoU, FUnaU aal
Suitings. Best AUtinance Plaids at 6 ct., or as low as kny one Ise will stll tkea.
We have All-Wool Red Flannel at 15 cts. per vard up io the best. BiC BargaiB is
All-Wool Jersevs at 65, 85 and tip. New block of Domestics 5, 6t 7, 7 J, , and 10
cts. Carpets for everybody at New York
best fur, in all styles. Knit and Cloth
all of our Long Cloaks and Isew Markets
reem. Wc have just received another
Wc mark them low and let them go aud get more,
cheapest in town. Brooms cheaper than ever before.
r.t lu i-o f'rVaa nnlv OX ti ivhi urotltr) 1 ri 111: Kin t
1: Ks nr1 Khp-hi- iiist in Rnn-t Oat Flakes. Oat Meal. Grits. Tapioea.. Macarory
Chces; , Crackers, Canned bruits, Dried Fruits, and lots of good things to eat.
BE SURE AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY OR SELL AS WE.
ME IN TO DO WII4T WE SAY.
QS. JAHK8 E. CAMPBELL,
. P.i7-icia. and Sarrson.
OiIpr his wrvieog to the people of
SalWniry ami vieinity.
Ofiii-""tn Maj. Cole's iron; front building
corner Main a uu Fisher streets. . h
W. Ii. BEACIIAM, I
Architect and Builder,
SALISBURY, N. C
Resid nee on Lee and Slonroc Ftrcets.
Co ,i-t)ndence soli-'itcd
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ON FEB. 1st. TO .THE
sell our HEAYY GOODS
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Shirts 25 cts. up
to the best wool. We offer -
They must be soIdl Io make ;
Big Assortment of Ti n war.
Brass tltxpl Bucket $V '
New Crop New Orleans -
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
A 250 lb second hand font of BruceJ
Bourgeois at 10 cts. per pound. l
up and in boxes. ' . ' .
A second hand of 100 pounds of Smjth v
McKellar's Bourgeois at 12cts. pc- ;
cases. . . r v.t
a. secona nana ion ot oum j
lar Brevier, CO lbs. In cases
tied ujl, at 1'cts. - 4 .mcr
A second hand 40 lb font of Great
at 15 cents per lb. . . .rtf.
A lan;e 8 line borderrornamental cor
ners, at-14 cts. per lb. 1 14 ;
A large 10 jline ornamental border
cts. per ro. " j- . J !n or!
And various other fonfsraav.rw-p , ,
disTday type at about biUf on
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