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-THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 188S.
I f be Vfntclimaa will bs sent to any address
a tlie StateiromJene-l8t to 1st of December
il 838, for fifty cents cash..
for a splendid fit, gentlemen should go
U Kelly, the tailor.
i GoHo I. Elumerithal & Bro. for
irCUcii VJ r
presented at jhe Convention yesterday.
1 To day is the; longest bf the year, and
LL aiso be recorded as among the warm-
lest.;; . ,; - '', '' )
1 Mrr Orll. Shaver is bragging on hav-
Inz toasting ears out of his garden for'
fio.tter ias.jujr. ; S j
Kit Tuesday will be the last day for
Ffciv'uig i a taxes,! and our citizens should
Ittend to it at once. : - r , , s
I That sterling Democrat, Martin Booe,
gM;6f Mocksville Was in attendance
Span- the ConySention.
I A very pleasant and entertaining con -fart
vi'S3 giveii by the Neave Jmusic
B -bool lafet'ThUrsday night. "-j
If X good general rain is needed. Crops
! that have been well worked,, however,
tare Wt suffering much as yet. ;
Tir llumnle. Mr. 8. H. Wiley and
Lt,oM fpnm this nlaceare attending com-
frieficement exercises at Davidson Col
lege this week.) t- j
I There seems to be no disposition on
the part of the town to build a market
uae. It woufd pay as a private enter-.
rue. Whowijl do it? j.
I IIani3 are at work tearing down the
ld plastering in the office of the Boyden
, Jlouse, prepara ory to having it beauti
fiilly fixed up and frescoed. .
I The Statesvil e Marble Works compa-
y iave been ( oing considerable work
erl recently in the way of putting up
Monuments and grave stoues. ,
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Dick Puryeari, Esq., of Yadkin county,
was here yesterday in attendance upon
the Congressional Convention, lie was
district elector four years ago.
The National colors have been suspend
3 across: Main Street, bearing the fol
lowing inscription .across the face
'M'TpApIiinn. Povvle and Henderson Club
8 The oung Meofs Democratic Club did a very
iandsome thing irk decorating the Court-Room
for the District Convention. The work was
e!l conaeivCd and artistically executed..
Score a "beavjr iqark for the Club. . -
I Mr.-Burrtnganie has returned and will
remain awhile and superintend the put
ting up of the ! fountain on the public
liquard Water pipes will be extended
if the Salisbury Cotton Mills.
!The fnst water- mclons made their ap-
L piarance Mondaf. We have peaches
and apples, raspberries and blackberries;
leaded cabbagf new Irish potatoes and
leans have bee 4 on the market for two
f Gretnsboro brid arfire Sundav mornins
that consumed a 'lot of wooden buildings
-which will no doubt be replaced with
Btructtires movie in keepinir with the
surroundings of that modern and fast
If rowing city, j , ' '
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The mail troi; on the R.&D. road was
delayed last Sujiday from 11:20 a. m. to
8o'clockfp. ni.jiicadsed by an accident
oa the Virginia Midland; near Fairfax
Va. Four persqns weifefjkilled out-right
ad several morj or less-injured.
5 Several parties have spoke of taking in
the encampmeni atWilmington, or rath
ep Wrightsville! next month. The "rc
dueed rates wil enable ifighlanders to
see the lowlands and to visit the larg
est city in North Carolina once at least.
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Mfi Murdoch! reports that the snt
spribers to the stock of the Salisbury
Cotton Mills are paying promntly; that
he never knew of a Kiiburintinn list be
ing more readily met by the subscribers.
This shows the confidence our people
iNlave in the cnternrise and its manasrer?.
e The Light Artillery Company which
Vas organized ierel last Fall. bad to be
dihanded on account of failure of State
Authorities to supply them with guns.
ue memoers of the company still -entertain
hopes of getting the guns, "and when
secured 4xre ready to reform the ranks at
snort nnt a i '
.Some one has compared our water sup-
r j w mo ireasary at: Washington. A
Willioa gallons Of Mater pent up in th$
' ttand7 nU ! . t ' i .i
i"i'f-gaviin tpe near oi w euy,
Mrile the dust oh th streets is becoming
tolerable. Salisbury needs a street
Tpnnkler. We have plenty of water to
n t with it. - r i . -
T?6 ipsy enHiDj?n,1nt teld at Boy
fcn''8 gfove on Tuesday night, was a sue
it was a iavorable night for dis
Iins.oficed refreshments.ahd thes were
7 gone early. The 4King Daughters"
rerve much praise for, this pleasant
irtainment, for the benefit of the Hos
puai enterprise, now oh hand: $66 is not
jPr of. Browne, the well known practical
scientific optician, la now at tne Mt.
enoa Hotel aid wiU rerhain unUl 8at
jway cveMng here persons anffering
j lmjjairea ght! or imperfect vision
??-y be benefitted hv ni nnd fh
ri?ri0rity of 8 celebrated eye glass
-vacie pebb! leases, adapted to
J, 231 defers. Inserting lenses in
a -spedafcy. . Cnlla at hosts
Death of BeT. Ur. Wetmore. -
-The many friends of the Rev. Geo. B.
Wetmoro were" pained . to hear of hU
death, whfeh-ocurred June 10th in yi
tauga h county, at; the age of 65 year.
The deceased was highly prized., by a
large circle of friends and acquaintances
in this county , for his many and varied
Uirtnes. He was an able preacher and
labored in this county many years. t,He
was a sincere and couragou3 christian
gentleman. His conscientious convic
tions of duty were the rule of his life.
Few men possessed a happier address,
and none were more trulv liberalanrW
more pleasing InjthelrJntercourse ; WitbT
men. An able, devout and good man
has gone to his final rest.
Hurrah for Concorde.
Our boys were surprised last Tuesday
morning; to find that the Concord Base
BalLClub had come up on the early train
to play a match game of ball with them.
Salisbury catchers 'were all out of tow u
and a telegram was sent to' Oreensboro
for the Greensboro club to send one bv
the'noon train, but owing to their hang
a game to play the same day they could
not spare one.;
When this was known several of our
players refused to play, but a nine was
got together which embraced only three of
our regular learn', and a game was play
ed which resulted in a score of 2d to 1 iu
favor of Concord. , .
The Concord team Is a strong one, but
we believe our regular nine " could beat
them. However, this will probably, be
tried before long in Concord. To save
the feelings of the players we refrain
frqm giving a list of their names. !
Cleveland Fowle and Henderson, Clut.
Quite a large gathering of galidbufy
democrats assembled at Meroney's hah
last Thursday night for the purpose of
organizing a democratic club. The meet
ing was called to order by J. W. Rumple
who made a ueat and appropriate speech.
Mr. Lee S. Overman was made temporary
chairman who after reviewing the field
and creating considerable applause and
enthusiasm declared the' meeting open
" On motion a committee of five was ap
pointed on permanent organization who
reported the following ticket which was
elected. President I, H.Foustlst V. P
S.F.Lord 2nd M.S. Brown 3rd J. B
Silliman 4th W. C. Blackmer 5th Ed
Cuthrell 6th E. KV j James, Secretaries'
Theo Buerbaum, J i Frank McCubbins
Corresponding Secretary C. W. Cuthbert
son, Treasurer W. TRainey.
: Body Found.
On last Saturday Mr. Hackctt, Hying
about four miles from town, was attract
ed by the buzards to a spot in a piece of
woods near his house where he found the
body of a man in- an advanced state of
decomposition. The corner was notified
and repaired to the spot and summoned
a jury; upon examination it was found
that it was the body of a stout, well
dressed, muscular man of about middle
4ge. The only things about his person
was a pocket knife and two cards, on of
W. C. Wilson with Hawlin & Justin, and
the other T. L. Seagle, Charlotte. Lying
under his right hand was a pistol with
which he had shot himself through the
heart, while near him was a bottle with
about a teaspoonful of whiskey in it.
Nothing could be told about his features
as the dims had completely destroy
ed them. ,.
The verdict of the Coroner's jury was
that he had come to his death by a pis
tol shot from his own hand. His body
was not moved, but buried where it was
The Charlotte Chronicle notices the
case, but says the man is unknown to the
partieswhose business cards were found
on the body. It will probably never be
known who fills the lone grave in. the
woods. . A sad, a melancholy Jermina
tion of a life career, when a strong man
goes out thus. Is there no one in all the
world who cared for him, nor any . for
whom he cared ! No one watching and
waiting for his return I No one praying
that he may be delivered from his en
slavement tcpassion arid "come to him
self " and repent of his wasted prospects
in life! are some of the thoughts which
fills the mind as the earth closes over a
life so sadly ended.'
' Mosical. " r
Mrs. J. E. and Miss Linda Lee Rumple
gave two parlor concerts last week, at
their home, which proved highly gratify
ing to the attendants, comprising iu large
part, the parents of the pupils taking
music lessons under these accomplished
ladies. Mrs. Rumple's concert, consist
ing of classes Nos. 1 and 2, assisted by
the vocal "class,, was given Thursday eve
ning; and Miss Linda's concert, compris
ing the advanced pupils, class 3 and 4,
the following evening. -It
is the announced purpose of Miss
Linda to establish here a Musical Insti
tute, at which pupils may Obtain all- the
instruction in instrumental and vocal
rqusic they pican "desire. I This means
much more than the casual reader may
be aware of. j - Mist Linda has made a
very extensive reputation as a scholar in
music, not only in this State but alsoat
the very centre ot music- teaching in the
United States. She has taken advantage
of all the benefits the New England Con
servatory of Boston could confer, and it
lis yrcll remembered by: the readers of
this paper, that she hits acquired a Very
high reputation in the science to which
ihe has devoted her talents- -
We announce her design vr ith pleastJr,
feeling assured that it .will Add to oar
town nnother interest not less valuable
than attractive; and we invite to it the at
tention of all who have pupib to be
tqu.?ht tnnsic. They may save heavy
expenses ana Keep tneir children at or
xtear thsir homes i by tkr opportunity
thui o5lred, -which, to sn's a:.loa9t, ia a
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7tLTJoagres3iaial ;DistI : Oonvention. !
. E7eq Ooanty Representel
- - . UE-XOMINATED. . 1
ENTnUSlASTIO & ELOQUENT SPEECHES.
L. 0. OALDWEEL,1 of Iredell,
Chosen District Elector.
District Executive Committee chosen.
The Congressional Convention for this
District met in the Court House here
yesterday.,;.. , 4:,f-
J. F. Murrill, Eiq.,- of Catawba, was
elected Chairman, and the -representa
tives of the Democratic press of the Dis
trict, were appointed wltbJWVC.
mer, secretaries. The roll, or counties
was then read and all "answered.!" The
Convention then proceeded, on motion,
to vote for a nominee for Congress. On
the call of Catawba, Mr. X O. Hall re-
sponded in an eloquent j and patriotic
speech, which he closed by nominating
John Steele HENDEitsoN. . Davidson
and Davie counties voted for Henderson.
On call 'of Rowan. Mr. iJames Horuh
wade a very handsome speech, ratifying
the nomination made by Catawba. Ire
dell voted; for Mr. Harvev . Binnhauv.
Montgomery Randolph j and Yadkiu
voted for Henderson. Mr. L. C. Cald
well, of Iredell, rose and in a shoit
speech declaring that Iredell had no dt
sire to, and never had, hindered the uc
cuss of the Democratic j cause; he felt
authorized to change heir Vote from Mr.
Bingham to Mr. Heudersoh, and
i bat Mr. -Henderson be
nominee by acclamation
done amid prolonged cheering.
On motion of'Mr. J. G. Hall, of Cataw
ba, the Convention' then! proceeded to
the election Of an Elector for this District
And Mr. F. Cline, of Catawba, nomina
ted Mr. L. C. Caldwell. While the voting
was progressing, be movep a suspension
of rules and that Caldwell; be nominated
by acclamation, which j yas done with
hearty cheers. j.
Mr. Pinuix, of Davidson, then offered
the following resolutions, to wit:
1. That we adbere to the principles and
creeds of the Jefiersoman Democracy.
2. That Grpver Cleveland is a true ex
ponent of these principles. I
3. That we endorse the administration
of President Cleveland an'd Gov. Scales.
4. That we endorse the Democratic
platform recently adopted; at St. Louis
and at Raleigh.
5. That we endorse the course of our
representative in Congress John S. Hen
These resolutions were adopted with
out a dissenting voice, i
On motion of Hon. F. ! Shober, the
Convention then proceeded to the elec
tion of a District Executive Committee
The following gentlemen f were put in
nomination : I ' I
For Catawba W. H. Williams.
. Davie-rFrarik Brown.
Davidson T. B. Eldfidge.
Iredell B. F. Long.
Montgomery C. C. Wade.
Randolph W. P. Wood.
Rowan L. H. Clement.
Yankin R. C. Puryear.
Thes nominees were (unanimously
At a subsequent meeting1 of the Com
mittec Frank Brown, of Davie, was elect
ed Chairman. . I
John Mauney, Esq., gave notice that
there would bo a celebration to-night
on the public square at 8 J, ajnd invited all
to attend. I
Speeches wtereihen in order and the fol
lowing gentlemen were callfedout, to wit:
Thco. F. Kluttz, L. S. Overman, M. H.
Pinnix Esq., F. E. Shober, and Mr.
Dorsett, of Randolph. All these gentle
men made good speeches ; and after pass
ing a resolution of thanks to the officers,
the convention adjourned, j
This report is necessarily brief, buf the
reporter hopes it is quite sufficient. The
Convention comprised many of the prom
inent autLable men of the District, and
it was perfectly harmouiousand pleasant
Telegram from Mr. Henderson.
' Washisgtos, Jine 20, 1883.
To J0H.V F. MtTBRELL. i
I return ray heartfelt thanks to the Con
vention and the. invincible Democracy of the
Seventh District. I
JOHN S. HfcXDERSON.
LIST OF LETTEKS.
List of letters remaining in post office
at Salisbury, N. C, for the Hveek ending
June 16, 1888. ;
; R A Brandon, Jennie Barringer, Chat
ham Beverly, M V Brown, Miss M
Brown, J C Cruse, W H Click, E M Co
ble, S S Corn, John J Duggan, Moses
Dayis Gorde & Co., Bettie lloozer, Mrs
J N Jones, Samuel L Kendp, M Lane,
Fannie Long, lie bee ea, Moore, Rosetta
Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Milton Miller,
Tilda McCubbins, W F Parli, J J Parks,
A T Walters Virginia Woods.
Please say advertised wheft the above
letters are called for. I
A. H. BoYiEN, P. M.
We are authorized to announce C. C.
LKridef as a candidate for re-election to
tho office of Sheritf of Rowan county,
subject to the actiou of the iDemocratic
County Convention. .
We are authorized to announce I. Saml.
McCubbins as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Treasurer of Rowan
county, subject to the action jof the Dem
ocratic County Convention,
We are authorized to announce H. 27.
Woodson as a candidate for re-election
to the ofSce of Register of Deeds of Row
an county, subject to the action of the
Democratic County Convention.
. .We are authorized to announce 6. C.
Arey for re-election to the office of Sur
veyor of Eowan county, eubject to the
action of the Democratic Coasty Conven
x. sntixstt Enrron, rale to ni n. c.
Btanly Preehold.- ..' T
V?e understand that all work on this
property has stopped Ifor the present,
with the exception of the pumps that
keep the water out of the mine and a few
necessary' hands; that! the only- work
going on is that of sluicing with the
water which is being lifted ! from the
shafts; that about three miles of pipe (all
that has been recei?ed) has been laid, and
about one more mile needed to complete
the line. We also: understand that the
company is very heavily in. debt and
that Capt. Nance has gone to England.
We learn that this mine has had ex
tended to it a new lease of life in the
shape of a good fat check: from Eng
land, in fact 'five times asunnchas the
Sapt. asked for. This mine is fully
equipped with all the necessary mod
ern machinery and should pay a profit
very soon if at all..! "'
tea force -of hands are at work on
this property making preparations for
systematic work., This property has re
cently been purchased by an -English
company and it is their intention to put
in machinery and work it for all it is
CONCOBD (OU CEOWEIX.)-
The company owning this property has
recently levied an assessment of two
cents per share on the capital stock for
the purpose of raising a fund for resum
ing work on the property. The work
they proprose doing is sinking on the
Kimball Hill vein, and they expect to
place the mine on a paying basis "with
the assessments levied, but it remains to
be seen whether their expectations will
be realized or not. .
At this mine the greatest activity pre
vails," boilers and pumps are being erect
ed, foundations being laid and piping put
iu place. A large force of hands arc ein
ployed and work is being rapidly pushed
forward. This is a big undertaking,
necessitating the expenditure of a large
sum of money and we hope it will pay a
reasonable dividend. .
Busy times in the country.
Peaches and apples are beginning to
ripen very nicely.
Mrs. T. Lyerly showed us some very
fine cucumbers about a week ago.
Corn has suffered some from the
drouth, but the nice rain this (Saturday)
eve will start it off again to grow as rap
idly as before. ' '
Wheat is nearly all cut and will prob
ably not be over half a crop. The rust,
chince bug and rainy weather has done
the work. Oats is splendid, so harvest
will in a measure not be so bad after all.
We saw some raised by Mr. Callie Miller
6 feet in length.
Farmeisare xzry diversified in their
work at present. Some are plowing or
working their growing crop, while a
large majority arc making hay or har
vesting, very rarely stopping long
enough talk politics much as they seem
interested. About the most common
question with farmers now is who will
cut their grass? Quite a number of men
who formerly eut grass for their neigh
bors are too busy at. hbme.
Many thanks to our editors for the
supplements sent us with the last
Watchman. We think that the
nomination of President Cleveland was
hailed with joy by all our good old Dem
ocrats. Although not much political
talk is heard, still enough is heard to
convince us that this section will vote
almost wholly Democratic, a3 usual.
Our people seem more interested in
who we will send to the Legislature than
anything else. ' Although the most of
them seem well pleased with Mr. Over
man's past eery ices, and have nojersonal
objection to Mr. McCubbins, but they
think it will be a poor compromise to
send a resident of Salisbury because he
was once a farmer. It will be much like
the Irishman and Dutchman turkey
hunting, the Irishman 'got the buzzard
every time in dividing.
Though we know Mr. McCubbins will
look well after the interests of thefarmer,
still we prefer to trust a farmer, and as
most of the voters are farmers, and also
our city friends that they will remember
aided them in electing their past repre
sentative, so will they not in return this
year aid us in selecting a good man from
the country? We think there are plenty
in the country well able to represent us.
Man)" have been spoken of, among the
most prominent are Prof. Lull. Rothrock
and Jeremiah L. Sifford, Esq. As Prof.
Rothrock sometimes follows a profession
al life we doubt very - much whether he
would accept if nominated. Mr. Sifford
is by no means an office seeker, but we
feel sure that if he is nominated he will
accept. We suggest, him because be is
better known and his strictly honest life
has placed him very high in the estima
tion of all classes, j j J
He has been a justice Jof the peace a
number of years and Ids judgments and
advice is often sought for on important
matters. Having therefore made the
law a study he is prepared for 'making
new lawsbeing a farmer be -knows the
needs of the Working class, We-, have
personally consulted: some prominent
men all of whom, seem to- think "the sug
gestion a good one. I Lst-. n hear from
othor portions of the ?ouaty. v ; -
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XJi IIS I iS
! 1 ((omflound'
Fpr the NERVOUS
The AGED. .
KLUiTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S,
Largest and Best Selected Stock of Goods
; J are oin off at prices that defvlcompetition. lie sure to call ana sec
WEjarc headquarter for flic BEST
jNcw suppljr of India Linens at
Cross-barred Nansooks at all
Of all ikindakt prices ransinjr from 5 cts.
1 1 . "9
l rvvea-Wnoi li tor all. Bi;r stock of CLOTHING and HATS! Good Cloth SHOKS
(MimcsI) 12 tfli 2. at 50 cts. New supply of ZEIGLEK'S 8 HOES. Big job in lw Cut
Men's Shoes.- We are ajrents for COATS SPOOL COTTON, and ButtcrirL-'a
tropoliran FASHION PATTERNS.
Bi-? assortment of nil kinds nnr nnd first
, j ZJU -
buar. 6 and up to th bt-Mt. 3T Pure
AND FITTED! M
IE T S
A larje JAPANESE KITE "iveri away with every 25 cents purchase !
STOhildrcn 0l Misses' ItlBBED HOSE at 10 anrl 13 cents per pair.
BT'Beautiful line of LAWS and SEERSUCKERS very low!
"ChiUln-n and Misses' SAILOR HATS at 25, 35, and 83 cents.
SfljADlES' HATS, trimmed and untriinmed, from 25c, to $1.23, each.
p hnejof Men and Boy's STRAW
GENTS' CASSIMERE PANTALOONS, from $2.93 to $4.37 per pair
wortu uoablc the money.
gTY few: of our cheap SUITS left
Just stbD and raid what
w r jt .
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1 Amity Hill, N. C, June 16, '88.
Mr. J. A. floyden
Dftar Sir: The Machines sold up in this
rfiriTiJ! all Wivfi ftntir satisfaction. Shinn &
Deatoh, and Morrow, are perfectly satisfied with
theirs.!! Shlnn says the No. 4 teats. the Buck
Pmftpi 5Vwrws Ravs the McCormick beats
any Mbwerhe ever tried, and
Stephen Lord says :
McCormick' is the best
J W. F. Mrph certifiei to theiame.
i KERYE TONIC;
' Celery and Coca. tbA-pramlnmit ht-
2cekof Brsteti Sleep.
a cures Mbltual constlpnUott. bl
. COS UlA bunnr'h mrA m - - . -
lata i ocmportrion th it and mot
mvecUuriesrrth Materia Medic
Me St at. UUkftnttUi
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. Pron's
GOODS at the LEAST money.
7, 8, 10, 12f and 13 cent?.
prices. Big assortment of
to tl Der Tnrtl. RhJrt riUr rv., ,,,, ..
.We still keep the best FLOUU in Salisbury.
fl-ica V.KT A nr.va r . - .'
. viiure iiuui i. tia. up:
apnle cider VINEGAR, 4 years old. 30 cents.
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
A X I)
b- GRAVE S GAY.
HATS . Bark Hat 6 inch brim, 10 cents.
UMBRELLAS very low !
which we will close but lower than ever,;
Respectfully, J. B. BROWN.
farmers say of the Hew McCormick Steel Mower No. 4,
his time and
on trial, and
4 Steel Mower
J. Tubseb Goodman.
Mower and Unnaer. v t o .
lie has tried four
Mower he ever
P. R THOMPSON. & CO,
Sash, floors, Blinds,
Scroll ; Sawing,. Wood Turning,
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KtNOS. '
"H V DEXLE1S-IJ! -. J
Steam Enginesand Boilers, Steam
- f Water Pipey 'f-
Stwm FittiogVShaftinjr, Pulljs Ilinjcr
Mschinerr of all kTndsl rr paired la '
SHORT SOTft- L
.uar. jo, sc..' , -
mm - , " ! .
w. l. botjg:
GO QOYYt FOR
go kHVAU. ct MTLEMEN.j
The only fine calf (3 Seamless Shoe in
the world made without taeks or nnirs.
As stylish and durable as those costing
$5 or $6, and having no tacks or nails to
wear the stocking or hurt the feet, makes
them as comfortable and well-fitting as a
hand sewed shoe. Buy the best. None
genuine unless stamped on bottom MV. k
L. Douglass $3 Shoe, warranted."
W. L. DOUG LIS (4 SHOE, the original
and only hand sewed welt $4 shoe, which
equals custom-made shoes costing from S
$6 to $9.
W. L. DOUGLAS $2.50 SHOE is unex
celled for heavv wear.
W. L. DOUGLAS $2 SHOE is worn by
all D(jgt and is the best school shoe iu
All the above goods are made In Con
gress, Button and Iaee, and If not sold
bv your dealer, write W. D5 DOUGLAS.
M. S. BROWN. Agent, SaiiihuryJ
14:UII July 56.: .
One Brick Housieand lot, on thocdrr cr
of Fulton and K;rr streets, about otic
acre in lot. -
One Frame House and lot on Lee
street. -. "
One Frame HoUse and lot on Main
street. ' r
Enquire of Mrs. H. E. and Miss Vic
toria Johnson at their home corner
Fulton and Kerr streets.
TH0S. L. KELLY'S
A Full and Complete Line of Imported
cootls for tuv Snrinr Trade, consistmjr kf
French; English and Scotch eoods of ill
colors.' An unsurpassed line of Trousering,
all of whii h will be made up in the Best
and most Fashionable Style. Jill are cr-
di.ill v invited to call and examine my stotk
and they will 6ec at oDce that
I KEEP THE BEST IN THE MAllKET
Terms, Positively Cash. In the Mansion
House, last room fronting onlnnis street
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Andy Barger has tried several Mowers -.in
this year took a No; 4 .McCormick
after two weeks came in and paid
or U ana a, .uiuion ivniie aiower winuer. -
John V; Fisher also took a McCormick Nq.
on trial, and a Dntton Grinded -
at the same time, and after la test of two weeks,
expressed himself as -highly pleased ' 'with both
J. P. K. Helio & Troutman also cot a No. 4
Steel Mower on trial, and after a week's ns3 say
they are well satisfied with-the Mower and al3Q
tne Dutton Unnden
; JOHN A. BOYDEU,
'9 5ICuraick Slorsr an4 Da?a Haifa Ot'aljr.
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