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Cardlittia i Watohriian.
THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1888.
Sali'sfary 3 l""e11 ep"ted at Blow-
Bock;. ' ; .h y ;
For a splendid fit, gentlemen should go
Jo Kelly, the tailor.
I Just arrived, jS Varieties of fresh
hip seed at Weltf Drug
Machinery i being d. l verea at our
depot fur the Troy Gall Mine.
J G to I. BluiJenthal & Bro. for good
luO-cheapgootiii. BuU building;
1 Buy Cleyelatfd Cam piagn Hate from
l- .i.itT-fe VanWvck. Only 1.50.
1 1 Go to Schul li k Van Wyck for L50 Cura-
bain HataJ Orders by mail promptly
Water meloua are now being
'frotn the con u try, and some of them are
"Wy fibe and large! -
Our sUtef towpi Stateavijle, in luck.
1 'fhe bill appropriating; $75,000 for a pub
lic building passed the Senate J esterday.
- X $3. A-njric'a fruit evaporator, eUh
r tor ale cheap, or to rent on- Shares to
r 1 responsible; party. Enquiry at this
i Tue aay irainj on me . j. .
i . leaving 8alisbuy 11:30 has the fastest
! cuedUle.of any train in the whole R. & D.
t;;..Jyndic4tC.;;!. J- j-J; . '
IvThe'colored nianlarrcsted in Charlotte
)n suspicion tnat it was sioan wno mi-
J Fisze in Koivan county, turnedout
tVbeB mau named tilof row. '
j i . k' ji I
T4ie Lexingtoij nero brass band was
6Qhetfa;n going filouth yesterday morn
ing Vnd gave sodje quite creditable music
-during th top If the traiitat our depot.
j We wish dur liase ball players would
' ick out a team their best players and
show the Coticohi boys what they can
jo. This thin J of being bcAteu every
time is getting mjpnotonous.'
I I There will be im lediiatioaal conven
tion ai'Tayatir ciiirch ou Saturday,;
Au. 4th. Rev. jDr. Rumple, Rev. Mr.
; fik:iellaud, aii!d The. F. Kluttz, will
! deiiver addressed! ; All are iuvited.
' Gypsies 'were ill town yesterday with
aldrove of horse4that were so poor that
- tLey reminded oo of a7walking bone
jliri, report'saidhey were on their way
Ui Charleston to o cou verted iuto guano.
I Mr. Jacob A. Kluttz brought to our o:
fie j this morning ome of tha finest peuch
cs weTiave seen'ijii a long time. They
V.ajre a seedling growh by lr. Kluitz of'the
Hflei-suue"yariety and very large, aud of
tine flavor. j i
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'i. I Commencing atf once; ou each Saturday
ulitil Aug. 2oth, the Uicbmond & Dah-
vlilje R. R. will jsell special Saturday
J night excursion tickets at greatly reduc-
e rates.i Taese tickets i will be good oi
aay traiit leavui iiietvveen noon and mil-.
andwill! 6c good", returning to
not later than first
trunk Tuesday ui rutng foilbwing date olJ
"Jtiie. This aiDrUl a stcii lid opportuni
ty for parties to j visit the in juutuius or
tleseacoast at4 very small cost, aud
vUj,doubtlefcS brcfoin.e very popular.
SList of letters! Jcmaiuing in post otiict
;St!alisbury, X. jCt, for the
Jiily 21, 1666. J L
f iA Adams, Chs Aberuelhy, J E Bar
ritrger, E 1 Barksdall, Ueo Bai riuger,
jjdliia burn tit, jMfiul Casptutcr To the
tCWiier, J Clar.e,; I'eler L.ng, Mary
Eli is, I' C Eiruliart, Harriett (.ircenlee,
CUj Kestler, Licit Tope, Noulu Powell,
i' Please say 4dyrtiscd when the above
letters are calleH'jorl
I 1 Ik it l . i r
; 1 1:
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Salenl Academy. -
"7 i A .
t ne.nna on our
table a very neatly
f this celebrated Fe
the 84th annual ses-
Mle Academy, fo
. woft, js- i.- Tq0 next annual session
ppehs August 28 i hu closes June 5th.
j TlicTrustees of this Aiicieut Instilu
taoh are progressive, and evidently .mean
to hold 1C up in tb i front rank of similar
mitutions in this country. Fromhe Prin
cipal down to the last named in thecoq
'jifl3jtfciion thele are about thirty per-
i 94; and the subjcts taught comprise a
; Cotjaiuercial - course, Natural Sciences,
Engligh Literturp nd Phouogphy, Math
aatics'and BooMkeeuiuir. Latin. Tele-
- grapby, Music, J-awingr , Painting and
r. J)eorative Needle-work, Modem Lan
gues; Elocution land Calisthenics, and
, ueiieral Instruction j j The Summary of
" '! we classes shows 237pupils.
, K a meeting of, Salisbury Lodge No,
5, K. of H3uNI6,1888, the following
preimble and resolutions were adopted:
: - - 1
VVheeeas, It llilis tpleased the Great
'of the UaiV;rse'io remove from 0.1 r
Midst our late brother AJ J. Moek. and
"Whereas: It Ut.ut. hut that fittivo-
fecdgnitlou of his maby virtues should Oel
7 Iwut therefore he ik
T 'fesoLVED,-By K. ! of H. Lodge No.
75hat while we bow, with humble sub
s J'sfion to the will of the Most High, we
! ? the lessinbilru for our Oi-other who
neen taken froU ii
- Resolved, Tha in the death! of
j Oier who was fiver ready ti proier
the and of aid ati?l the voice oT'symha-
yi io ine ueeJvj And dwtressed of the
naUrnlty; 1 fr j an 1 cj.npauioa was
"Resolved, Th.lt the bert-felt sym
J raXlHiXiMl- be extended to his
I fag y mtlir affliption. -
.1 Wov Tnatthese resolutions ba
H'm u jHjn the rebords of the L lge and
CU1V lw f. 1 ... ."l....
H,, f r : "wwiiei 10 luciaflinv otour
nd to cadi dfthne'ws-
i'rs niiSsalisbqr. i : t near Mr. C. Kesler'a on the 1st
- CJr-t v.s.';)- ''. J night in Aug. next to organize a
i 1 -.T. BKRjsiiAKDT VCoinmitt. ' cratic club for said to.vnship.
A Housing Day. for D.niDcricy.
6PEECIIE3 WITft TELLlXG
EFFECTS. . ''- .
The first business of the Democratic
party of Rowan last Saturday was' the
nomination of a county ticket. The pri
maries had pretty well settled this bus
iness on the Saturday before, and came
together on the 21st to report the will bf
the various townships. The Convention,'
which met in the Court-House pursuant
to appointment, made' Lee 8, Overman
Chairman and requested the resident
editors of Democratic newspapers to act
as secretaries, nnd then v proceeded at I
once to call the roll of townships and
take their votes. -
p- D. A" At well wa3 chosen . f
For County Surveyor,
B. C. Arey was nominated.
For County Treasurer,
J. S. McCcbbins, Jr., was nominated.
For Register of Deeds, !
' H. N. Woodsojt was nominated. ;
For Sheriff; j r
C. C. KeIDEB was nominated.
For Representative in the Legislature,
v J. S. McCcbbix8, Sr.
There were seven ballots for represent
ative. The vote of the county was di
vided between S. M. Hobson,' Lee S.
Overman and Mr. MeCubbins. - Mr.
Overman was not a candidate, and had
repeatedly told his friends he did not
intend to be. But two townships voted
for him until the 7th ballot, when one of
them changed to and elected Mr. McCub
bins. Mr. W. L. Kestler, of Steele town
ship, which had steadily voted for Mr.
Hobson, moved that the nomination of
Mr. McCuhbins be declared unanimous.
This was seconded by Mr. Hobson, and
the motion was carried unanimously.
The business of the Convention was
conducted with expedition and harmony.
Indeed the thorough organization in the
townships works admirably in faciliating
the business of the party in the county,
a.id secures to the people the full expres
sion of their will.
There being no other business before
the Convention, Mr. Crawford, Chair
man of the County Executive Committee,
gave noticfrthat Judge Fowle, Mr. Fin
der and Mr. Sunderliu nnd other distin
guished persons would address the peo
ple in Borden's Grove, where convenient
arrangements had been provided to con
vey the speakers to the grove, aud all
Democrats in town were invited to at
tend and licar them. A large procession
then moved down to the Mt. Vernon
Hotel, and committeemen waited on the
speakers and conducted them to car
riages. The procession then took up the
line of inarch to the music of the Brook
lyn Brass Band, and passing through
Conncil street to Main, thence up Main
to Bank street, and thence to the grove,
iudge Fowle, our gallant candidate for
Governor, was then introduced to the
people in a handsome speech by Mr.
; JUDGE FOWLE
held the audience for about one hour.
luring which time he bi Sefly reviewed the
history of the Democratic and Republi
can parties in regard to the cardinal
principles of the Constitution upon
the General- Government is based, and
showed some of the many instances in
which the Republican party h id prove. 1
their contempt for the in-eat charter of
our civil liberty. He also touched briefly
but forcibly on the question of tariff re
duction, (which is the. 'leading question
oi uiuereriee netween tne two gmu par
ties in this canvass), showing that the
Republican party had openly deelaredjn
favor of the present unjust system of
protection, while the Democrats were
doing all in their power to accomplish a
reduction of the present oppressive sys
MR. FINGER '
came forward next, having been formal
ly introduced in a .few happily chosen
remarks by Mr. L. S. Overman. Mr
Finger addressedLhe audience chiefly on
the facts and figures of the tariff; and
although he occupied the stand but a-few
minutes, he satisfied his hearers of his
ability to deal with great questions in a
masterly manner. He is a graceful
and forcible speaker, his fort being the
presentation of powerful facts and argu
ments. MR. SANDERLIK
was introduced by Theo. F. Kluttz, Esq.,
in his usual felicitous style. Mr. San
dcrlin was an entirely new man to Our
people, and coming last on the platform,
not much was expected of him. But he
had not spoken three minutes when
every ear was pricked to hear his every
word. He 'captivated the audience at
oncet and held it spell-bound for an
hour. He took a text "The Young
Men's Democratic Clubs," and stuck to
it throughout, dropping a few well
weJl cwseu remarks, towards the close,
fr the consideration of the members of
the Farmera Alliance, and also to the
prohibitionists, or third party men. Mr.
Sanderlia is a clear-headed, broad man,
and his speech was eloquent, poetic, sub
lime, convincing and persuasive by turns;
a master piece of stump oratory, which,
I iy uuuwiumu. uau,
lZeb himself (could not Have excelled
I he meeting, wnicn was a large one,
broke up jn tho best possible good humor,
and every mau who attended it, went
home with a gopdJtale to tell to their
neighbors and friends.
The -citizens of Providence township
are requestodtoimeet at the school -house
; , ; Heilig'f Mill V;
Several cases of walking typhoid fever
in our neighborhood. , r 7 ' i v ' I
v The corn aud cotton crop are looking
shabby, and are Sn need of rain.
The Ojld Hill township Sunday school
convention wilt be held at Gold Hill on
The Organ Church Sunday school is in
a very prosperous condition aud now has
a membership of 125.
Wheat threshing is in order in our vi
cinity and the roosters are saying when
t sey crow, "Haven't the thresher all gone
yju" " -
Mr. Geo. W. Fisher raised 150 bushels
of onious this year and sold most of them
at 50 cts. a bushel. He will plant a larger
crop next year. ! v-
Rev. C. B. Heller's school commenced
at the Lower Stone church, and Mi&s
Elicta Klutiz's at the Kluttz. school
uouse last Monday".
Rev. Dr. Fox, of Salem, Va., has been
paying Rev. W. R. Brown a visit and
preached at the Organ Church last Sun
day to a large congregation.
Sandy Weaver came across what he
took to be a rattlesnake (iy its siuging)
last Sunday night, but as it was dark he
did not undertake to kill it
Mr W. T. Thomason, our early truck
farmer, is hauling canleloupesto market.
We had a very interesting communion
meeting at Bethel on last Sunday, Rev.
C. A. Rose, pastor.
We had a refresning rain on last
Thursday night, which did much good to
the growing crops.
Three teams from Zeb started this
last Tuesday morning to the Sam Chris
tian mine hauling pipe.
Our school will open on the 13th of
August under the efficient management
of Prof. L. IL Rothrock.
A protracted meeting will commence
at Mt. Tabor, on Wednesday, August 1st,
Rev. S. D. Franklin, pastor.
We warn the High Sheriff that he had
better keep a sbufp look out alter one of
his deputies as he visits our village very
often, seemiug to trausact business wim
out a warrant, and if not stopped, (judg-
froni the frequent visits and the
heavy mail) Zeb will be the loser of one
of her fair sex.
& isenheimei 's Springs.
Editor Watchman: Leaving home on
the uioruiti" si tne 2lst in?i. J arrived at
this justly la lilt d watering place at '6:'o0,
same day. I found thai the rains which
nad fallen in Rowan on Ihursday night
had extended all the way to Gold llili
and this place, and crops looking much
more nourishing than 1 had expected to
see. The laud throughout this entire
section has a gravelly, slaty soil, and is
quite thin, aud sells very cheaply, and
yet, it is famous for producing heavy
cruus of the finest of wheat, aud yields a
tiud grade of tobacco and pretty fair
Tne springs is strongly impregnated
with sulphur, and is said to possess fine
medicinal properties lor the cure of Kid
ney diseases. As a pleasure resort, it is
by no ineaus a oiie-hor.-e affair, I assure
you. There is a very large new hotel,
where mine host and hostess cater to the
wants of their many guests iu a manner
tnat cannot fail to satisfy themost tastid-
eous, the tables being supplied with the
oi.st Unit can Oe procure;!. Besides thy
uoiei 11 is surrouiiueu oy quue a nine
v.iiage 01 cttages,oinc,e., wneie per-
ii.nu,, h..... nH in .T.r.tio,, to
tnese. there are almost everv variety of
appliances for am usemeut, such as croquet
giouuds, swms, teii pin allies, etc. lie-
sides a large number of regular ooaders,
there are always quite a number of tran-
tieut visitors who come with their faun -
lies, reutarooui for a few days, aud eith -
er get their mea s at this hotel or fiud
their own rations. The springis shelter-
ed by a large arbor, with uieely arranged
seats which serves as a pleasant rendez
vous Where the guests resort for social in
tercourse. The springs are near Copal
Grove P.O., eight miles South of Gold
Hill, with the route well pointed out by
sign boards at everv fork from Gold Hill
to the "springs." Hoping that our late
dinocrtic county Convention in Salis
bury suceeded in making such nomina
tions as will harmonize the party, and!
trusting that we shall have no iudepeu
dents in thcfield, Yours truly,
July 23rd ISSi. W. It. Fkaley.
Life of Cleveland.
Some one more intent on
money than in doing honor to Mr.
Cleveland, has got up in book form,
"the life and public fervices of Grover
Cleveland' sold only by subscription.
We say, give it the go-by r-disappoint
the man who seeks to use the present
canvass excitement to get his hand in
to your pocket. Almost any reader of
a newspaper can tell yon as much as
you need to know of Mr. Cleveland's
fitness for the Presidency. You don't
need a book to assure you of it.
Mrs. Mary Aun Mills, wife of William
Mills, Salisbury N. C, was born iu Sump
ter County South Caroliua, Dec. 2oth,
low. n.t hi? UgV wi j53 ouw
it UJVtU WI, S V11V VVU W AO V UVMaa
its communion she lived the life of an
exemplary christian for sixty-one years.
Her place at church was never vacant
when it was possible for her to attend.
Her heart was always warm
aud fidelity to her husband, offspring, her
church, aud her God.
She died iu great peace at her home
iu Salisbury at SHO'clock, July 2nd '88.
An egg within an egg and both eggs
perfect, is rather an unusual thing; but
it was on exhibition at K. J. Holmes' store
i)ava inn . Tlia itnntneiJ arnrvltVl
I i !
sum complete wastouua tu-au oramsry i
;r i . - 1.4 - . vn ; a nun route. . ; a
COXPJSKSED FROM TASZOUS 'SOURCES.
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Seven men were killed on aboat at
Louisville, KyV Julj 20, while. "asleep,
by the bursting of a steam pipe.
TheTroT Vidette quotes the price of
washed wool in that market at 23 Q
30 cts.; virgin dip turpentine at 81.50
The Wadesboro Messenger sajs the
Wadesboro Silk Mills last week ship
ped 450 pounds of. manufactured silk
to Ku -sell & Murray, New lork.
Gov. Scales has commuted the sen
tence of four negroes condemned to be
hung on the 3d of August at; Durham,
t j ten years each in the penitentiary.
The Clinton Caucasion says the
h lckleberries shipped from Clinton
week before last bron .ht back into the
p ace upon an average $500 per day.
inu mis wax not tne nail shipped from
i te county.
Col. Johnson and Mr. Weddirmfnn.
of Charlotte, were here Wednesday of
last weejc in the interest of the propos
ed railroad from Charlotte to Durham.
Ihe Wilmington gives a chu
ter oa Ingalis, quoting from Don
Piatt, in Bed font' s Magazine, which
shows up the traducer of Gens. McCel
laud and Hancock to be oue of the
must despicable men now under the
public eye a writhing serpent of hate
Emperor William, of Germany, is on
a visit to the Emperor of Russi i. Hp
was received with marked civilities ;n 1
even with warmth by th? Cz r. On
meeting they kissed each other repeat
edly. That, we suppose, will sign iliz
the beginning of the kind of corri&l
reception which grandees will hereafter
observe on meeting.
There are two newsp ipers in the lit
tle town of Troy, one Democratic and
the other Republican, and the politi
cians of the county keep them very
busy. Some of the writers wield club-,
and others old meat axes, but they are
all in dead earnest and mean business
everv time. The Democrats evilen'ly
do not intend to be he i ten this year,
but are organizing clubs in every town
s'lip. At tfie Encampment. An old
jnohntaineer walkirisr with two of the
bovs (after getting fixed in camp) see
ing the sound at dend low jwater, r
m rked thsit be didn't think it was
s ich a darned big thing after all he
h:id hear about it. He mistook the
sound for the ocean. We suppress his
name j;s he is a modest man, and
would not like notoriety. Wilmington
Melville W. Fuller has at last been
confirmed bv the Senate as Chief Jus
tice of the U. S. Supreme Court. The
vote, taken on the 20th, stood as fol
lows, yeas 41; nays 20. Several
speeches were made for and against
the confirmation by Republican mem
bers; but the Democratic members
took no part in the discussion. Sena
tore Ransom and Vance recorded their
votes in the affirmative.
The military encampment below
Wilmington is attracting crowds of
visitors from the citv and the interior
j also: and boys 111 Camp are haying a
verv ple:isnt time, when not on duty
Hatiiin- j the surf is one of their en-
loynients. and now and then an excit
inz incident thrills them for a short
while. Two men have nairowly es-1
j capd drowning bv venturing out too
; far or hy being' tilkeil with cnimp
j , j, b " u ,d
i.. - . 11.
! time f,,r man-eating sharks to put in
tlieir appearance. They would at least
make times livelv for the boys, and
give them a chance to try their skill at
throwing the harpoon.
Mobile, Ala., July 23. On Saturday
last Ike Lambert, a white "man, while
intoxicated, shot and killed T. D. Hes
tle and two negroes of Mount Pleas
ant, Moroo county. He was arrested.
Arrested after he had done the kill
ing. What defective laws! An in
toxicated man allowed his liberty un
til he kills three innocent unoffending
people, and then he is arrested! An
intoxicated man should have no more
lilerty than a crazy man or a mad dog;
antTthe magistrate or policeman cog
nizant of the case should be held re
sponsible for the acts of an intoxicated
man should he commit murder or per
petrate any other unlawful act. A
drunk man bv common consent is a
fool. He is worse than that: he is a
beast a wild beast, and should not be
tolerated for a moment among sober
people. Send him to jail on the in
stanc he is found, there to stay until
There ws a cloud burst at Wheel
ing, West Va., and the odjacent
country at 6 d. m.. July 19. which was
most appalling in results. . The rain
and hail fell in awful torrents lor two
hours. Hooding the city and surround-
mr tountrv. Houses melted away
under it; the half of Triadelphia, a
town of 600 inhabitants was swept
iiWHV. in some cases with- their occu-
. , -
nants in them. Manv persons, men
- . .
; women and children, are missing, and
I ni an v dead bodies have been picked
i up 0f tjjen, fcwo from where
Lff Tbirf.r rvrins who had
with Iovoi"r.J . , k . -M
coiiectea on a ranroan iresnc wiiv ru
gulfed in seething waters by the g'T-
of the trestle. The .storui
extended for niiles. and horrors-were
scattered all alone its path.; Fifteen
j miles of railroad were practically" de-
; stroved. A telegraph coiupftpy Jot
j tutles of wire and moss oi me .poie.
T he damage was greater in the conn-J
trv than in the i towns. J ne sionu
covcrrxl u portion of Ohio,
For The NERVOUS
1 j The DEBILITATED
I The AGED.
1 - '
I i ffl If T V
HAS JUST RECEIVED
i ': "
&&DIES Misses Gents
and Medium Shoes.
K 200 Sacks and
TI-I E LARGEST LOT OF
D"The above Goods must
been cut to close them out immediately, and a genuine Bargaii
awaits those who call early. -
Salisbury, July 12, 1888.
Just stb and read what
' Amity Hill, N. C,
Mr. J.l A. Boyden
Tfoar Sir : The Machines
section all give entire satisfaction. . Shinn &
Deatoii. and Morrow, are perfectly satisfied with
theirs. I Shinn savs the No. 4
eve. I f Respectfully,
ft J. Turner Goodman.
Philip Sowers savs the
any Mower he ever tried, and
or nWel others. - -
Stephen Lord, sas:
Thel Mrinick 'is .thcbest
saw in; a field.
Wi I. Murpii certifies to the
A SERVE TONIC. ,
Celery and Cocm. the prominent b
fTMUentt, at th bt and acta!
- Took. It atrogthau ana
" SV. trrqot ynn. carta
tne blood parifinf and enrtchinz it
and so overoumtaf Uioao iIImmci
Acting mlldlybotfurclyoo tie boeli
ttenrea babaual constipation, and
ena tbaatomacn, and a:da digestion.
DIURETIC. -1 .
la tta composition the best and most
active diareticaof th Mate'- ieuiw
are combined aricntincallwtthother
eflecUr-" -eraoliw for oiteaM of tho
kklneyi it can be relU-d on to aire
i--- . .ci iuiu ypceuy core.
fcS"1 'MnoWbba rMit
Trim $i.m. BeM kr Dragciata.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. Prop",
"a laree consignment of
100 Cutaway Suits,
and dark Diagonals.
and will be sold. Prices h
J. B. B3SWN.
) IN THE V
-i4 : mm
farmers say of the Hew McCormick'Steel Mower No. 4,
June 16, '88.
his time and
on trial, and
sold ud in this
beats the Buck-
4 Steel Mower
he has tried four
Mower and Grinder.
Mower he ever
P. H. THOMPSON & CO!,
Sash, :Doorst Blinds, wTk, ;
Scroll Sawing Wood Turning, "
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS. "I
DEAI.EIIS IN ' ,
- t . . r
Steam Engines and Boiler?, Steam and
Steam Fittings,Shafting, Pullcj. Hangers.
Machinery ofVill jkinHg rrpairctl on r
Mar. 15 -'88. ' ,. ,T lr
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only fine catf $3 Seamless Shoe in
the world made wit hont tacks or irailit.
A$ stylish and durable as those costing
$5 or $6, and having no tacks or nails to
wear the stocking-or hurt tho feet, makes
them as comfortable and well-fitting as n
hand sewed shoe. Buy the beet. None
genuine unless stamped on bottom "W
LI Douglass $3 Shoe, warranted."
W. L. DOUGLAS g4 SHOE, the original
and only hand sewetLwelt $4 shoe, which
equals custom-made shoes costing- from
16 to $9.
W. L. DOUGLAH$2.50 SHOE is unex
celled for heavv wear.
W. L. DOUGt AS $2 SHOE is worn by
all Boys and is the best school fchoe in
All the above goods are made in Con
cress. ButtoniTnd Iace, and if not sold
by your dealer, write W. Lv DOUGLAS,
Uockton, Mass. - j
M. S. BROWN. Agent? Salisbury.
One Brick House nnd lot, on the corner
of Fulton and Kerr streets, about one
acre in lot. ' ;
Ono Frame House and lot on 1.1C0
One Frame House and lot on Mam
street. - - - -
Enouire of Mrs. II. E. and Miss ic-
tobi a Johnson at their borne corner of
Fulton and Kerr streets. 40:1 ,
TII0S. L. KELLY'S
A Full find Complete Line of Imported
roo.ls for my Spring Trade, consisting jf ;
French. English and Scotch goods pf all
colors. An-uiiMirpaKficTlincof Trpuscrin?,
all of whirh will be made up in the Best
md most Fashionable Style. All are cor-1
diallv invited to rail qnd examine my stock
and thv will pee at once that - J. -I
KEEP THE BE$T IN THE MARKET
Terms, PnsitivelyjCush. In the Mansion
House, last room fronting onlonis street. '
IN THE "
f No. 4. 4
Asdy Barger has tried several Mowers in
this year took a No. 4 McCormick
after two. weeks came in and paid
for it and a Dutton Knife Mower Grinder, i
John V. Fisher also took a McCormick No.
on trial, and a Dutton Grinder -
'at the same time, and after a test of two weeks, i
'expressed himself as .highly pleased with both
J. P. K. Helig & Troutman also got a.No. t
Steel Mower on trial, and after a week's use say
jthey are well satisfied with the Mower and als i
; the Dutton Grinder. ;! fi ; "
! JOHN A. BOYDEH.
.Went for tl.c Mcro Taick J!ntcr and ptitton Kaif Or'n er.