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THURSDAY, MARCH 8. ISSs.,;
"5oT a Fplondid ft, gentlemen sliouM go
Oar stand $pe ,js t?oaning iiU spring
clothiiig'ih the shape of a coat of paint;
' noticed considerable snow
flight; cars njmf
Ybc successful, farmer plants plenty of
-rn rind raises bis own meat. Bear this
Teroiwas an exciting runaway On our
greets last -'Satniayl. but no serious
A,ieRcei CpmanyVtvill nieet at
MavjwVffiee to-nigit 8 o'clock sharp,
.r. Tlwinas B. Brorn of As evil W' and
Franlt JJrown of Daviej, were shaking hands
Ah "frierfdi liercthiaivee. .
JIf. JB. GaskiTl will icfiume IrorU with
ciiacreftpcd number of hands, afc his steam '
tobacco '-Wdricsj in-, a fer dajs - ? .V
Several i our perohaots are making ar-
Ln"emcnts forgoing North "text week to
Mr in Srnm" and barerrter gooUd. j
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbuilt, passed
thnti?' Salisbury 1-st Saturday in her
special car, eu route pr Ashevule., .
: Tlietatesville X4udinark- wants- the
press to hand arouna ine -Anisiic eeuie
j ? V a ri A j "V J1 .
N Company,' i:, btlx $t., ew ik, as a
fraud.v f . . ! '
AUcud fyour fitoVe flues and chim-
jeVS; -Alicnj-iuu iu iuciu iuaj pave a
disastrous C(?nnagraiiouuuriii5iue wmuj
days of Martha i. ,
r-( ai j a t. J
It is the manufacturing towns that
grinv steadily nnd -jevemtually become
ciaw; and-we wouiu oe pieasea to see
Salislury such a towti.
Mr. VauWyck is now in New York,
and any orders left with Mr. Schultz will
bWnvairded bim at once. He will take
pleasure in filling tkpm.
fr. llo; .Tolinson signifies his 5iitin-
tioa towpjk tobaccpitms season, uotwiin-
ftanilin'j tlie lofis of considerable etock,riia-
cluicry, &c.,in the la
TheU'oricord Standard, of- March 2d,
gays: "We jearn tlikt
ilr. C. I'M. Cook Will
move to bansoury next w'tHiK ana go inio
biiHaes5rijaving bought out a firm in that
growing town. ' 1
We wilf pleasJd to ( have ' persons
fromi any . ptirt of the county, visiting
t)vrn, call on. us and Hve us any item- of
ncwsTroin, tlicir respctve neighborhoods
that ;tUcvav knw jef.
Th;rei great danger Uiaiour farmers.
It 'J t-l I'i. "l. AUtl J.
to Iffe Irish prices lately paid, and
iaitliat case the pridcvnHnfely fall:' Do
aot.pl.vut more" than you can successfully
JT'l Kee con Tcte;d of manslaughter
hit wt'ek-Mw-entc,wed to twt? years m.
t! penitebtiarv iinaiMeal was ink en and
biwas allowed to gijj-e bond in the sum
of$-00.00 for his appearance ;at! the
nest court. . ' . i
Xhe State 'Grand odge of Knights' of
rytjilas wil! hoi 1 t.heiliext annual meeting
atSaliibnrr, Tlie Lodge of i5sat'6rder nt
rthil ptare i&in a flouriihins condition a'nd
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will n doult' entertain the Grand L'Hie
No merchant or-any one else should be
illowed to '-. put boies, barrels 'or liny
thing else on the edge of the side walk
ana m tne way or i)assers by. if some
pela-shbuld breale ia limb by,-running
iQv sud obstructions wc misht- have
teavy damages to pajy,: J S
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Damages-on Lutheran church ; caused
by the burning of Jobnsen & Ramsay rs
My; was satisfactory settled only
foer days acr tlie fire, by sight draft,
on (icria Iome :!lusu ranee Co., in
fitch; it -was Hnsured through .J. -Al Ien
BrertVi agnjpy . Tigris one of Mr.
ffl0st4)o)uUr and relable companies. ;
The i Salisbury Cotton Mills Compauy
iivo pouirlit twenty Acres of land from
ift. I. MTl To rah. fork-location for their
O'ii Tqb land is :'ncar the. federal
meery otwiie South side of t ne'lrai!-
''oad tragic nnd lieJ partly inside and
rartl'y-or.i uf ihe corixorate limits. We
UfrsUad.the miUsjwill be builL outside
v town. limits. J ' . x . "'
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ft would astoaTsIi sohie of our readcrs to
inbw the qaaatity ofgeorn that has been
a'd in. this County, s?nce gathering time
atfaH. One man;aoue has purchased
:vthoirs;ind hniiu: iiml U
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Mm ... I i . 1
iT-a. ,ucrcilftIU' !. .Mjiicrs are on tne
jaarkct. If we are blessed with us good
fop this year as last, ur farmers will have
Hla'l'eor cver'y: ''gTokni during'-, the four
!wof drugli-t, j .' . ff.i .
The . Nashville Courier - says, if you
Wa live paper; patronize it. If you
tat a good paper, sustain it. Not only
bJ advertising liberally, subscribing free
'y.aud paying 'prpmkly, but bring its
Wins to the notice f those' you daily
?jae in contact with speak well of it at
f.mes. aud keep tie editor posted as
i)xt passing events in your neighbor-
hcKd.: , ?;.;l',;-;l . ;V
The Kevsjs-Qbserver says! of RaUigh,
4 following, which jis equally as appli
"le to Salisbury; "What Raleigh needs
P? kp the matter
, 7 - nciupoueuu ; yaoom it up
.before thb public
:H all o
facilities for build-
-t Bp a hsyj DTOSriermia wnnnfn itnrin(r
ti. I ' ! " : - 0
Miss Ellis Barbour, onW daughter of the
pfaomnd.ibu 38th N.'C Regent,
n. ar th;cle oMlie yvar, t visiting "Cts.
W,vH. tta,v.nd other Iriertda here. -Jlht
BV.fawi'.jr'rcsUc iu Van Daren, Ark."
t .-?;- 4
RrjnoU has cnm- to "North C:irolf.
oa.ior.ibe purpose or attending the State
SuhcUy School Convention, whidTis called
to meet in Raleigh this mooth. Delegates
to the Convention will be appointed 1v the ,
various cjiools here nextjSunciay. and it is!
desired that a lafe delegation will s cot
from baiiaburv. ,
There is a strong sentiment here' in favor
of voting a subscription sufficient o iteet
all neeled internal improvements, era-cial-!j
. that of McAdanUzing and paving the
streets of the tovn. It will be remembered
J.t wnlia few'years agu'tne pnrject ofissu
ingbwiids to thcamount of $30,000 was voted
down; but Salisbury to-day is ambitions to
measure strides with other tkies in the
State, and if they should undertake to pave
their streets with gold, she will do the same.
Let the subject be "agitated, and let as have
part of the work done before amlher win
ter .finds us-iu the mud.
i If there is in all this busv world, savs
- j w wr
the St. Jo;seght Mo., Herald, a man who
earns and deserves all that be gets, it is
theeditor of a weekly paper in a small
town. If there is a man to whom the
people owe good will and hearty support
it is the self-same editor. The "country
editor," as he is called in this great- na
tion, is a force at which his metropolitan
brothers cannot afford to ssneer. His
hand, has been at the helm so long and
has been found so steady, so firm and so
unflinching, that the great dailies must
perforce toke" off their hats in respect as
he passes by.
The old Volunteer fire company, of
Philadelphia, passed through Salisbury
last Friday on a special train, consistiug
of two Pullman, a, baggage and a passen
ger coach, a few minutes after the regu
lar passenger train, on their way to New
Orleans. They were most all old men
and a jolly crowd they were. They were
accompanied bywhat is said to be the
finest baud in Philadelphia, aud as they
drew up to the depot the band struck up
"Dixie"" Their stop here was only a few
minutes, but long enough ' for several
Salisbury boys to be invited in and
"Jiquored up." . 1 -i
The High Point Enterprise very truly
says tho man who criticises the petty
faults of a newspaper wastes his time.
He is one who allows the bunghole full
play while he watches the spigot. No
newspaper is strictly free froui errors.
Newspaper writers are allowed a large
licensein grammar and construction. The
use of complex idionis and colloquial ex
pressions are common and sensible. Oft
erKthese expressions are grammatically
and rhetorically incorrect, yet they con
tain the gist and pertinancy of the state
ment, and are so written tcmore:forcibly
impress he idea to be conveyed." The
beat newspaper authorities in theicountry
have different rules as to punctuation and
capitals. There is no standard. .Fools
assume such writing to be done through
ignorance. As for typographical er
rors, they eeem to be indispensable to
every well conducted office and all sensi
ble mn We that they are errors of the
hand stud not of the head.
- The Eacket Store,
Under the management of Mr. J. B:
Brown, wilj-e-open within S or 10 days
with a .full assortment of - Goods, com
prising many new attrations at very low
cash rates. r
- Boston Stars.
We only, have tiine to say the enter
tainment given by this company last
niglit was highly enjoyed. The high
reputation as artists that they enjoy al
ways bespeaks for them an appreciative
.. DUESS GOODS.
34 inch Sndw fl.ike Suitings.
At only 10 c. per yard.
Colored Nuns veilings, 8 shadfc-1,
" - " - At only IS c. per yard.-
30 inch Urap u Alma, a doen shade,
. Very cheap, 23 c. f er yard.
30 inch Cashmeres in 16 sliadt-s,
.Very.cht-ap, 28 c. per yard,
SS inch all wooLAWlFne buttings,
,-' 1.3 At only 45 Ci per yard.
38 inch all wool cTrd Albatro.
Special, 45 c. per yard.
T Full Lines of Finer Dress Goods. "
Such as Sebastcolg, WoqI Ilenrivt ..in, -
' - ' - .. bCl Cb, &Q.
; - Drive in silks !
Satins in. a dozen shades,
( At 33 c, worth 50 c. per yard.
Silk Moirea in 10 shades, -
r At 68 c. worth $ 1 per yard:
h Silks in 10 shades, '
At Go c, worth fl per yard.
" "Ginghams! -
800 pieces of domestic and foreign,
" At 10, 12, 15, 18 aud 25 c.
50 Styles and colors,
At 10 p. nr vnriK
;- i j-
otyies 01 new coloring!,
Vt 1G J- c. per yard.
Superb line of Satine Francaise,
Figured and solids, at 25 c. per y'd.
. Lace Caps ! . .
Infants and Children's Caps, i
19 c. 24 c. 30 c. 35 c. 50 c. to f 3. each
Largest line of EMBROIDERIES ! v '
j , Aud LACES at most moderate prices.
. - ' ; ' Eeady i'- -'.
Send for illustrated sheet of
i y C "1 Ladies' Muslin U. Wear
All ktnds of samples sent free "
" . upon application
If goods don't suit you, may return them ;
money will be refunded without dulay..
. 1000 . -V
Men's mil. Shirts, Linen Bosom, reinforced
; frut and back,: only 4S c. each. '
. Charlo.tte, N. C.
- MINIW Q DEPARTJ2ENTi
.T..K.BBUS tSR JSDtTOa, RALEIGH, N. V .
-This ;.vee!v we-take up the sulphide
iuu wuunujtaiuco4Uan atatetUast
week, to reprojass from, '.the Geotejtv of
UNorta Carolina. : The Object of these
publications is to ttach Vtjtib :U fruud in
I the State,- and to classify the various
minerals -under proper heads, i ' If the
"abject were not so. out of i proportion
Wltli XheZ capacity of newspaper space,
more detailed information would be
given in regard to each.' The number
will be Continued from last week and will
ruu through the whole list.
Sl?LPHII3 AND TELLURIDS OF METALS
OiS THE SCLPHTTR 1KP AB-.
SKXIC GROUP. J
In very minute crystals and specks in
the chloritic slate associated with gold,
cha'copyrite and pyrite at Gold Hill,
13. 'TETHADYMITn. VAR. 2. SULPIIUKOUS.
This rare mineral has been found asso
ciated with geld in quartz at David
Beck's Mine, and at the Allen Mine, in
Davidson county, also in miaute 1 scales
in Cabarrus county, in Gaston, Burke
and McDowell counties.
J I. MOLYBDEMTE. "
In granite and quartz veins, in fine
scales ia Cabarrus couaty; also, ia Guil
ford, , Alleghany, Macon, and in many
other places west of the Blue Ridge.
II. SULPIIIDS, &C, OF THE IRON, OOLD
AND TIN GROUPS.
" In small grains, associated with nr.tivt
silver, in Davidsbn county, in Cabarrus,
also in s'ates "of Montgomery county.
(Emmons). Found also in Mwr? and m
At Silver Hill, sometimes in highly
argentiferous, crystallinei bluish grey
masses, also coarsely and finely granular.
In coarse grained masses at the Hoover
-Mine and Ross Mine, in Randolph coun
ty, and at the MeMakiu Mine, Cabarrus
county, in small quantities at Miller's
Mine, Baker Mine and Little John Mine,
in Caldwell county, at Pax Hill, in
Burke county, in Alexander county, at
Cansler &;S3huford Mine, the Ashbury
Mine and King's Mountain Mine, and at
the Oliver M., in Gaston county; highly
auriferous and argentiferous galeuite
occurs at the Stewart, Lemmond, Phifer,
Smart, Moore, and at the Crowell Mines,
and elsewhere in Cabarrus, and at Long
Mine in Union County, at the Cheek M.,
Moore county; with copper ores it is
found at the Ciegg's and Williams'
Mines, in Chatham county; the Peach
rBotton Mine, in Alleghany county; at
Marshall, in Madison county, with gold
Murphy, Cherokee county; and in Lin
celu, Macon Swain and fciurry. , Speci
mens of flue grained galeuite have also
been obtained from Beech Mountain iu
Watauga, and on Elk creek, Wilkes
county, at the Steele Mine, Montgomery
county, and at the Crowell M. and else
where in Cabarrus county.
This exceedingly rare mineral occurs
associated with gold, nagyagite, galenite,
&c., at King's .Mountain Mine, Gaston
18. BORNITE OR VARIEGATED COPPER ORE.
I have chrystalline specimens of Bornite
from Guilford county, it has been found
with other copper ores at Ciegg's Mine,
iu Chatham county, Marshall, in Madi
son county, Peach Bottom, Alleghany
county, and the Gap Creek Mine, Ashe
epunty, and near Concord, Cabarrus
county, aud at Wells' farm in Gaston.
19.i SPHALERITE QR ZINCELENDE.
This mineral occurs in quantities suffi
cient for exploitation only at a few mines.
The priucipal localities are Silver Hill
and Silver Volley, in Davidson county,
and the McAakin Mine, in Cabarrus
county, wheie it is found associated with
silver ores; 'associated with gold ores at
Stewart, Lemmond, Long and Moore
Mine3, aud rarely at the Uuiou Mine, in
Uaioii county; in limestone at Dobson's
Mine, Cedar-Cove, -McDowell county, and
in iiiaeon county; in small quant ties
with other ores at King's Mountain M.,
ia Gaston county; at Clayton in John-ton
county, near Marshall in Madison county,
and ou Uwharric river, Davidson county,
at the Steele Aline, Montgomery county,
at Peach Bottom M., Alleghany couty,
Crowdcr's Mountain, Gaston couuty, and
the Smart 31. , Union county.
. 20. CnALCOCITE.
This is jiJso a copper ore, but rarely
met with in tli? States. The massive va
riety has been foiTnd 'at the Ore Knob
Mine,. in Ashe county; also, associated
with bornite at Gap Creek Mine, Ashe;
and found in Jackson, Prson, Cabarrus,
Swain, Guilford, and Davidson. ;
21. TROILITE. 4 ;
. Intcrlarainated with the meteoric iron
from' the" Black Mountain, . Buncombe
county. " i ' j
Compact pyrrhotite is. found in Gaston
county, also associated with chalcopyrite
iu Ashe county, and in Haywood, Tran
sylvania, Catawba, Surry and Wilkes.
23. scHREiBETtsiTE. (Rhabditt).
This mineral, of. meteoric origin, has
been observed in meteoric iron of Smith's
Mountain, Rockingham county.
v ' 's. 24. PYRITE. 1 ,
Pyrite is one of the most common
minerals of North Carolina. In Cleve
land and Rutherford it is a common con
stituent 6f the feldspathic, slated gneisses
disseminated in minute grainy, and its
ready oxidation rapidly disintegrates the
rocks. In the gold mines the associated
pyrite is generally auriferous. t,
J vi 25. CHALCOPYRITE. i j ,7
'This is very abundant, and, indeed is
the only reliable copper ore in-1 North
Carolina. It has been found in' fine crys
tals at the Gardner HiU Mine, probably
also at other copper mines" of Guilford,
county; It is very abuudant and largely
mined at Ore .Knob, Ashe county, and
promised to be the ore of jail the gold
miues, which iu depth change into .cop
per mines, in Gnilford, Cabarrus and
Mecklenburg counties; it is also found in
Chatham, Davidson, Alleghany," Ashe,
Alamance, Alexander, Lniou, Rowan,
Gaston, Lincoln, Granville, 'Orange,
Wake, Surry,' Wilkes, Yadkin, Watauga
A peculiar and rich copper or, frst
noticed on Daniel Barnhardt's land, i.nd
then at he Pipnecr Mills Mine, itrCalarr
-,, r 7 . , . r r. .. . -. . - -j s ; - - -- -- - - ; - - -. . r
ran cQuaty. - It also occurs in Ouilfordj
Mecklenburg and Watauga counties.
fAcor.iiagt Vthe iuforrtUtflon .recVlred
fi'o n D .'Asb UTV, of Charlotte, this mln
eiI occurs in fre'utll Cvuuty."r, , ; O "
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S3. tBCCOPYBITB. . - .: ; J
' 'It has been observed In Gaston coanty,
in nodular masses -almoefcl'Ciirrtletriy
altered into scorodite in Iredell county,
and in Alexander county ' .
29. AjtSE-N'OPVRlTE OR MISPIClCEL.
. It occurs sparingly in North Carolina,
and has been observed in minute crystals,
associated with gold ores in Union,
and in Cabarrus county. . It has been,
found in Clevelandr Ashe, Rowau and
Gaston. ' i ' !'
S0 N1G YAGfTE. : V 1
This exceedingly, rare mineral, which
heretofore has been known only from
Trausylvania, in Hungary, occurs spar
ingly in crystals and foliated particles at
the King's Mountain Mine, where it is
associated wth altaite, gold, etc.
1 occurs at several of the North Caro
Vuia copper mines, for instance in Cabar
et in Ferson county.
Microscopic crystals of a bright aurora
red color occur with talc, rhodochrosite,
etc., at the McMakin Mine. As they are
rich in silver, they are probably proustite.
A mineral containing sulphur, bismuth,
lead and copper, and therefore prebably
aikinite has been observed in small par
tides in quartz associated with 'chalcopy
rite in Cabarrus county.
84. TETRAIIEDKITE. . ,
Two Varieties ot Tetrahediite are
found in Nortn Carolian: th hirhlr ar-
gentifereus (Freibergite), in small com
pact patches of subconchoidal fracture
and a dark gray color, at the McMakin
Mine, Cabarrus county, and the other in
the same county fourteen miles northeast
of Concord; rarely crystalized but mostly
massive and of a dark lead gray to iron
Baltimore N. C. Mine,
i ! March 1st, 1888.
-Mining Editor Carolina Watchman: I
am getting the pleasure! of reading the
Watchman weekly although not a sub
scriber, and 1 consider tne mining column
worth the amount you; charge for the
And reading in Feb. 16th you mention
ed in the mining clouinu the Laurent ian
formation. Aud if uot asking you too
much by asking a' little explanation
through the Watchman; on tho meaning
of the word Laurentian and where de
rived from. I presume many besides
uiyself will appreciate it.'
The name "laurentian" comes from the
Laureutain Mountains, a range of British
North America, of great extent. The
rocks of this range are sedimentary
strata, which have become highly crys
talline and are the oldest known on the
American continent. The Canadian
geologists gave this formation the . name
of the Laurentian system.
For a time geologists divided lauren
tian! into upper aud lower, but modern
science has effaced tlie line leaving only
laurention. Kerr made the Greensboro
and Salisbury granite range which real
ly extends across the State the axis of
the then called 4tlower laurention forma
tion. This territory was the western
half of w hat is known as the "gold belt;"
the eastern portion; being Huronian
Talconic The "upper laurentian "
covered, in the main, all the territory in
iho fit ota nat nf ths "lAnav lauraniian"
zone. The new edition of Kerr's Geolo
gy of North Carolina w ill treat the whole
area as laurentian.
Kerr says: "These rocks laurentian
-system are found throughout the length
of the Appalachians, in Qzarks and quite
widely in the Rocky Mountains and alse
in other parts of the world.- This is noli
only the oldest of the series of stratified
rocks, but is also one of the most exten
sive, both in vertical; thickness and in
horizontal area. Most of the metamor-
phic rocks, of North j Carolina probably
belong to this horizon. The prevalent
species are granite, gneiss, syenite and
other hornblendic rocks, diorite and crys
A gentleman from below Heilig's Mills
lost a ten dellar bill in Salisbury, last
week. The' finder- will be suitably re
warded if he will deliver it to Harvey
Snnday School Meeting,
There was a Sunday School mass meeting
held at the Methodist church here Sunday
night, composed of Methodist, Presbyte
rian, Baptist and Lutherian. Tlie princi
pal feature of the meeting was an address
by Mr. Reynolds, of II U, who is president
of the International Sunday School Associ
ation ; from which eniinafes the Interna
tional Sunday School lessons, that are now
almost universally used in the schools of all
Protestant denominations in America,' Can
ada, and to some, extent in-England. He
gave some encouraging statistics relative
to the great work the Sunday Schools are
doing for Christianity.
LIST OF LETTERS.
List of letters remaiaingn post, office
at Salisbury; NiC.,oi thsj week ending
March3,18S8.- i .
Buford Smith.Phil , James, . Ceo H
Bsnder, Mr May Breathed, Mary Barger,
Louis BarrtttC D jEarnhart, Francis
Goodman, fEt$. Saden jWrn ijHines;
Sallie Hess, A J Henry, Mack Hall,
Mamie R Jones, H P Knight,; Joseph
Kenedy, John A Kruman Lydia Moore,
nassa A. Person, Es IRiyerieJohn
Starus, John Timns,) . Mittie . Torrence,
Jennie Wilkinson, Jamea L. White, P. B:
Willikinr-- :r r I -
Pleas j say advertised Woen'th alcove
letters asOJedior. jHj' V';"
A. K. Eoydzn, P.M.
JJRK ICtva PrmtrUoa, Neuralgia,
latitm. Dyspepsia, aad all aflTet-
and Com. thaa .
tb blood, trrina aD Avm.
mmm or ixs pur
r or laa
Briat their diaeaaea.
It hMitaia vondwtnl faar-(uU nctimt.
Price tl.OO. Sold by drugeisu.
m vwww hu mMHxmfm
WEtlS.RICHARDSON & CO, Proprietors
I BURLIKQTON. VT. -
j .- .; - ;-' : "V
Have made arrarierements to handle the
Sim formerly sold bv J. D. Gaskill. llovestfr Iflo-h OmH .i vttwn.
Acid Phosphate stand at the head for composting. j I
Sea Fowl, Arlington and Owl Brands
tested by hundreds of the best farmers in
, BE SufaAXDi CALL, EARLY AND MAKE YOUR ENGAGE
MENT, AS THEY EXPECT LARGE. SALES THIS SEASON,
Office next door to Kluttzt Rendleman, Main Street, Salisbury, N. C.
NEW: SPRING GOODS
We are "dailv receiving NEW GOODS from
our TWO STORES full of the BEST
in town. Big Stock of Dry Goods and Jsotions. New assort- J
ment of Shirts at prices from 25c. up. The latest styles
! " of Collars and Cravats, enough for everybody,
I ; at prices that sell them. Big Stock of Cuil
I - drens Clothing, at Children8 prices.
I 4 We have just received over a
THOUSAND (1,000) PAIRS OF SHOES,
j .i ' .' I
Which are marked at Prices that to see them is to buy. In ladies we have Frank
& Pray 's, Ziegler's, and many other fine makes of the best Shoes to be had, at prices
to ult thetiiEes !
I ' - ! !
iiiii 1 iiia
nuu 1 uii
THE BEST FLOUR IN TOWN.
Pure f Lardf Hams and all Kinds i of Swine Flesh. !
Big Lot of Fancy White Fish at $5.00 per 100 lbs., Heads Off.
New Orleans Molasses at 30c. per gallon and up. ! Sapling and Red Clover: Blue
and Orchard JGraSs Seed. All kind of Seed Potatoes.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY OR SELL AS WE HAVE MANY
THINGS W SHOW ' YOU. YOURS
KLUTTZ & BEMPLEBflflftl.
MffOUARTERS FOR fARMERS AND PLAHTERS. ;
UNDER31GKED STILL CONTINUES TO
j MOST RELIABLE BRANDS OF ' - .j
Viz : "NJl)yA SSA , ' ' "STONO, ""R01 'STERSHIGH GRADE ' '
pacific. dissol run boxe PiidsriiATE,
Sol. Pacificland Star Brani Guano, Lister's Bone Fertilizers. aiiiM
: Bone Hgal. "N. C:Lime Plus." "Lrap Liaie," ani Ger. Kajit.
AH to be sol4 at prices guaranteed to bo as Low as the Lowest. These goods I hare .moitly
been handling for Hr fifteen years aud can safely recommend them. ' Don't fail to see ine tfc-
fore closing yorir purchases.
WE HAVE ON HAND AND WILL RECEIVE OF THE EOX-BZ
LOWING STANDARD GOODS: 1 I
500 Bags "FARMERS FRIEND," (tor Cotton.)
500 "T "NATIONAL," Cotton and Tobacco. !
can 4 "QTAMPWAIT." r'rktfnn ;inl Tahaooo. i
500 ' 4 ZELLS AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOgPHATE, Cotton and Tobacco.
100 4 ORCIIILLA GUANO, small grain, clover and, grassy.
Tie aliote Fertilizers are all EstalsM Brands made of SlaiJari Gotfc, it GnarantBcii 7 Analys?!. .
nflfpi mir FERTILIZERS
VE IVlU ALSO PAY
GI W 1 C,(Lt BfcWJ?
i WANTED (AT
..!.! KESPKCTFULLY, '(..;
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Ono to Pour Pound
Of Dress Goods,
,t , . U4rments, u-- -w,
a ; Yams, Rags, etc-
A M mm m I J ..CENTS.
1 CENTS. '
a nua can use 4 them!
rIuitURT SI$0I5EST Fastest '
f aU ty- V arraated to Dye ih axxt toodaTaad
Eire ihe best colors. Uneqoalied UZil
Fr Gildint or Bronzing Fancy Articles. tJSK
Gold, Silrtr, Bromi, Copper. Only lOCeita.
-?i!lONE pAlNT LIQUID 1
I the bert thing to k ia atixiat Diaatoad Paiats.
Aboule, w,th camel . hair broshWblTieetl:
TDIAMOND LAUNDRY BLUINQ
oet- P&Z to makeaa quart of the 1
beat Bluing. Will not ,pot or wreak the blVbr
Ask druggm far Dye Book and Card, or r.
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO.. BiwlingtZTft.
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OLD AND RELTA'RT.'P TtT4rna v
liowan and il 11 1 nor rtnuniLo
Manufacturers and Importers, ark
GOODS for the LEAST MONEY
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OFFER TOU THE OLDEST, PUREST. AXD
J. ALLEN BROWN.
IS RESPECTFULLY CALLED TO OUR LiRGE
to the farmers of Rowaii and
hAttpr fprnifi tlinn ovor before offered in this! market.
THE HIGHEST U AIICET
AND COTTON SEEDJ
PVRClimXO;yOyR GVO OR
THE BRICK YAED) 1,000
j . -j c j -it t .
- t y . -m.
IN LargQYariety of
Patterns and prices.
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Littman & Licustensfeln.
T. 17. WOOD & SOUS
10 & 14th 8 Biebrloziya.
Request all Gardeners, Farmers and
1 f Truckers to send their -
I 1TEW SEED CATALOGUE ,
for 1888. It contains descriptions of
I all new and desirable varieties of K
SEEDS li PL AIIT3
for the Farm and Garden that are
adapted td tneSouth. ' U,-
Crass & Clover Seeds a Specaffy
Catalogue mailed tree. Sdtd Iron nv
1 1 11 m m 1 x w t -m. m. - . . . s . .! - j .-1 -
n Mm Duiiii, r:
mm mm Mm m - m m m m . . a m . w 1. i
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adjoining counticsjit LOWER
PniGE TOR dimdlJ
SELLING YOUR MrXOS.X -
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