MAY 16, 1889. s
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The Charlotte News , of jthcj 13th
May, reports theerious illrrSss of Mr.
Charles J. Harris in Cabarrus. J ;
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The trustees of Trinity have decided
mnv t hA rJol ecre to a more cen-
tral position--probably to Raleigh.
- The military -and others of Char
lotte are making liberal preparations
w usual 20th of Mav celelra-
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A hail storm beat over BeWidere,
111., on the 0th. accompanied with rain
;nH Much dam ace to fruit
uvi " vf fj
trees and other crops.
United States engineerst with head
quarters at Charleston,. C, have just
cnmnleteil a survey of Lumber river,
with a view to making it navigab
from Lumberton to its confluence with
the Little Pee Dee. V
The ladies of Alexatidria, Va., have
Anmnlpfpd ft monument in honor of
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tfc Alexandria soldiers who died in the
late war. They raised the necessary
funds and caused the monument to
be made and it will be ready to setup
in a few days.
Mr. J. T. Patrick. State
tion Agent, has tendered to the
of Agriculture his resignation.
Board with evident reluctance accepts
his resignation aud tenders him a very
strong commendation for his fidelity
and devotion to the duties vith which
he was -charged.
Colombia, South America, is boom
ing up ns an outlet to over-crowded
Workers in other countries, and the
Government offers handsome rewards
to such as may come to the country to
lire S6 a month, 250 acres of land, a
Cow, two pigs, a plow, and wifl help
iim build his house, r - ' "
Rev. J. J. Boyle, CathoKct priest atH
Rcileigh, C, was arrested Saturday
evening List on he charge of rape,
committed on a young lady member of
that church, a Miss Whitaker, and was
sept to jail to await his trial at the Su
perior Court. He had been living fast
of- late, spending money freely and
drinking hard. Ha is a Pennsylva
niau, of Irish, descent. A special court
may. be called to try him, as the next
regular term of Wake Superioi Court
do&s not come on before September.
This incident, as might well have
been expected, produced a profound
sensation in Raleigh. The mayor of
the city was alarmed by it, and very
shortly after it became known, increased,-temporarily,
the police force of the
city, putting on 20 additional men.
The crime alleged rarely ever- fails to
. arouse the piost violent dispositions of
: men, so that the officers of the law are
seldom able' to hold them in check.
We congratulate Raleigh on having
escaped an instant scene of wild and
Death in the Well.
In the North Carolina Medical Jour-
nal for March is an article of rare in
terest and value from the pen of Dr.
Henry T. Bahnson, of Salem, one of
the ablest and most distinguished mem-
! bers of iiis profession within our bor
der?, upon uThe Public AVater Supply
of Towns and Cities in North Carolina.
-i He says the deaths in tRis countiy every
year from diphtheria and typho.d fever
out-number many times, those' bccur-
" ring during the severest epidem c of
cholera or yellow fever, and that the for
mer is frequently and the latter almost
invariably conveyed into the .system
by drinking water. The -j. dreadful
epidemics if diphtheria, ten to fifteen
years ago, at Company Sbops, Charlotte,
New Berne and other places in the
State, can obly he accounted for, says
- Dr. Bahnson, by general pollution of
. the wells. He estimates the mortality
from typhoid f-ever in North Carolina at
600 per yeur, and sat 8 that in the vast
majority of cases it results from jiuman
excrement fiuding access ta, drinking
water Diarrheal jmd cholera wait
1 likewise, upon impure water; aitd the
'a;iMuut.ot'diseuses and the. number of
: dealhi in various forms that it entails
u'poh'nvery State every year, the Witer
says there are w means of estimating.
A prime cause of the impurity of water
,w the proximity'to wells of privies, pig
T styles and heaps of rotten carba?i
The elements or death from these pen
" etraU the earth, percolate through into
- our we. U aud an taken into our svs-
leuis. neuncai analysis cannotguard
us ug.unst the ui, tor water pure to-dav
-may be foul with pollution to-morrow,
- and moreover ."water purposelv nollut-
d with cuolera and typhoulfever pois-
1 on nas oeeu pronounced at good quality
- - President Harrison would not allow
the tram on which be traveled to th
JNew Yerfc celebration, to start on Sun
day, consequently it started it l a. m.
onjildudtiy.. - -
Qjr Washington correspondent
- tells :t
different story see it.
- Washington Letter
(FromTour regular correspondent.)
' Washington May 13, 1889.
Harrison V religions J following will
probably be greatly shocked to learn
that the truly good an pious- uenja-
nin has been indulging, in a, simui
Sunday excursion;.... But. such is the
fact. Pious Benny left. Washington
Saturday morning- on board of the
Government vessel. Despatch and the
sailing masters orders were to keep
going night and day until the return
Wushinrtnn :to-ni&rht. And to
make matters worse he has led off with
him such innocents as Secietary Win
dom, who has not yet entirely recover
ed from the effects of his own indul
gence at the late New York celebra
tion, Seercetary Rush', who by the
way needs salt air very much since he
was "fresh" enough to think that
wielding a cythe for five, minutes in
the .presence of several newspaper cor
respondents was sufficient to popular
ize him with the Agriculturists and
working people of the country, and
lastly but by no means least, Joe
Hawley, who although born in the
State of North Carolina, can and does
constantly give the trickiest citizens of
the State'which he represents in the
United States Senate Connecticut
points in all manner of things. Mrs.
Harrison was along, but ?. also were
the two McKee children, who proba
bly fully occupied her time leaving the
four mark the number pious gen
tlemen to indulge in their favorite
game to as great an extent as they
might wish. What was done will
probably never be known as neither of
the four concerned . are likely to tell
Chief Justice Fuller finding the res
idence in the suburbs which he now
occupies under lease to be too far from
the Capitol for him to walk to and
from the Supreme Court roqm in the
Capitol, has-purchased one of the most
desirable private houses' in this city,
located almost in its centre. The price
paid was SlOO.COOcjh.
- Mr. Palmer the new Public Printer
took charge of the Government print
ing office this morning. Mr. Bene
dict, the retiring Public Printer has
not been a popular official no man can
be, id that' office, who properly looks
out for the interests of the Govern
ment, but he has nevertheless been
one of the very best Public Printers
we have ever had. There has been
less waste and more w.ork turned out
for the amount paid than was ever be
fore known in4he history of the of
fice. At last the colored man and brother
has captured a Presidential appoint
ment. The lucky man was Kev. J.
Towmend of Richmond, Indiana, jnd
the office was Recorder of the Genenal
Land office not a big office by any
means, but just now the race is ex
tremely thankful for anything it can
" Corporal Tanner is getting to . im
agine himself the "biggest" man 'con
nected with the administration. Some
of his personal friends have already
began to talk of him as a Presidential
candidate, lf less than two months at
the head of the pension bureau has had
this much effect, what may be expected
of four years?
The $L90,000,000 in the United
States treasury has all got to be count
ed in order that Mr.- Hyatt the retir
ing Treasurer may take the receipt oi
he new lreasurer,Mr. Huston, for
hciame. The count began to-day
md is expected to last three months.
Nearly four-fifths of the monev con
sists of standard silver dollars.
Tke "appointment of Ex-Governer
Thompson of South Carolina as the
democratic and Mr. , Theodore Roose
velt of New York, as the second re
publican member of the Civil Service
Commission, makes the beard com
plete for the first time in many months.
One of the first things that the Com
missioner intends to do is to contest
he recent decision of the Interior de
partment that appointments m the
Census bureaus would be made with
out civil service examinations.
Mr. Wanamaker is opposed to one
cent postage. He seems to have al
ready become a vie im to the fever
that Postmaster Generals always get
soon atter their appointments and
seldom ever get rid of. That is the
absurd desire to make the Post office
It's dollars to tringrer cakes that some
New Hampshire paper mill gets its
work e.trly in the administration of
the New Public Printer. ' My reason
for thinking so is that little "Bibby"
Chaneller helped Palmer fix up his
bond and also went on it himself.
Now Chaneller never does anything
for nothing, and his long experience
in manufacturing Government con-
tracts in which he has been silently
interested causes me to believe that in
thecase he will stick to the same line
of tactics that have made him a rich
The next Congress will have sixteen
contested election cases to determine.
thirteen of them from the South.
The papers in several of these cases are
now at the government printing of
fice being put in type.
The North Carolina State Agricultural
College will throw open its doors on the
first of next September.
The new college building is a fine
brick structure, and the sum of $30,000
nas already bejen expended upon it. It
is located near the fair grounds, on a site
of 6Q acres of ground, donaied for tho
purpose by the liberal and. spirited Mr.
Pullen, of Raleigh.
. Free, tuition will bo given one student
iu eacn county Tor eacto representative
that county i entitled to iu the Legisla
ture. The plan of making these ap
pointments will be arranged by the exec
utive committee. Th tnitir. ;n w
placed at the minimum, so as to give' ajk
cnance to secure th fuhDfi. r w.v.-
Untutiou. . . . " -
; State New. ; .v
Rockytnount'Plaiudeater: Old Arring
ton, Esq., shipped four - fine , fighting
cocks to Texas on Saturday. These bird
were ordered especially for their fighting
qualities. . The gold medal was awarded
Mr. Arlington at the Centennial in 1&7U,
for the best display of fine birds.-' f-' -
; Henderson Gold Leaf rJdr. I. M. Green,
a successful farmer who lives only a short
distance from towu, told us last Friday
that he commenced planting' tobacco
Thursday, and expected ta have 110,000
plants out in 15 days. Mr. Green is a
worker, aud he is Koiug to make it tell
when his crop is marketed next full. .
Lenoir Topic: Senator Vance sent
dowu lrom Gvmbroou.to one of our Le
noir firms for Home provisions of which
Lenoir makes a specialty aud.the best of
which can only be gotten here. He
wound up his order by telling the mer
chants to put down the goods to him at
as low a price as they could afford to, and
to wait patiently lor their pay.
Statesville Landmark: A young daugh
ter of Abe McLeltand, colored ol Lou-
cord township,- was kindling a fire to j;e.a
meal, one day last week, and poured
kerosene oil on tnenre to facilitate mat
ters. The oil blazed up, enveloped her
in names, aud she was burned to death
IPeople are always learning about kero
sene oil but never come to a knowledge
of the truth.
Mr. S. Johnston, of Littleton, lasUyear
had lorty. acres of laud in timothy and
clover which yielded fully two tons per
acre. This year he has iucrcased the
acreage to seventy and expects to reap
a larger harvest. He also showed ns
eight acres of wheat which will uow
average waist high aud from which he
expects to get not less than twenty-live
bushels per acre. JVeldon News.
Charlotte Chronicle : A called meet
ing of the Board of Trustees of Trinity
College was held in Greensboro Tuesday,
aud a resolution was passed expressing
the belief that it is "best for the interest
of Methodism in North Carolina and the
cause of God to move Trinity College to
some prominent centre within this State
provided there shall bo tendered to
this board a proper guarantee of a suit
able site with buildings on it of at least
equal value and as well suited for the
uses of the College of those on the pres
The Piedmont Wagon Company has
been reorganized, with new ofheers, aud
with their $200,000 capital propose to
carry on a business seco d to none in the
South. The directors have ordered the
president to put up a new brick build
ing two and u naif stories high, 200 feet
long and 60 feet wide with metal roof.
It will take 600,000 brick and 30,000 feet
of lumber to construct it, and it will be
ready for occupaucy August 1st. With
this they can turn out six thousand
Piedmont Wagons per year, or nearly
twenty wagons per day. Hickory Press.
A Davie Merehcnt Oano-ht in th Jw. 1
eiry Trap. Southwest, and makes it a fine location
for factories, while cheap labor and cheap
The case of Mr. J. T. Eaton, postmas- living are additional attractions,
ter and merchant at County Line, Davie, just now business men of Salisbury are
county, is exactly ou al fours with the contemplating getting up a wool factory,
Yancey county man, told of by the Mar- u shuttle and bobbin factory,, and a shoe
ion Times-Register, a few weeks ago, who factory. Parties who have practical ex
wrote for jewelry and got a block of wood. ! perince in any of these lines of manufac
Jir. Eaton got into correspondence some lure, and who propose investing in them
weeks ago with Morris & Miller," of, would meet with substantial encourage
New York or vicinity, in regard to the meiit if they came to Salisbury to locate
purchase ofa lot ofjewt lry, and sent them now. t say now, for in a few months
50, writing that it tUe goods came up to home cupiui wih be provided to supply
the representations he would order 200 these wants, there being a fixed deter
worth more. They refilled acknowled- nidation here to have whatever is need
ing receipt of the lette and money and. cd. Persons de-iring further informa
saymg that as they had some very choice ; tion.may address the president of the
jewelry on nana wnicn tney mignt not .
nave wnen no wrote again, tney would
take the liberty of sending him $i'00 worth
at once, instead of the $50 worth he had
ordered. The goods came by express to
Statesville, charged $150, C. O. D. "Mor
ris & Miller" advised Mr. Eaton
they were shipped and Mr R. K. Mur
dock, express agent thtre, advised him
when they arrived. He raked together
$150, came here, paid it overaud received
his package. , The paper w rapping being
removed revealed a tin cash box, 5Jx8 in
ches, painted black with pretty trimmings
but the box was locked and no key ac
companied it. Mr. Eaton carried it to
Mr. J. U. Lamprecht to have a key fitted
to the lock, but he had none which would
fit it and as it was late in the evening Mr.
'Lamprecht told him to come again next
morning. That night iu Jo. White's bar
ber shop Mr. Eaton's curiosiiy mastered
him, and securing a pair of pinchers he
pried the box open. It contained a block
of white pine wood, with scraps of news
papei sluck in to fill up the era cks betweeu
n and the box.
Mr. Eaton saw that he had been scoop
ed. He secured the services of Maj. H.
Bingham, as counsel, and the same night
swore out a warrant of attachment for his
$150 dollars, which was still in the hands
of the express agent. The money was at
tached, advertisment was made for 30
days for "Morris & Miller" to apper and
establish their claim to it, and the 30 days
expired last Friday. The honorable ship
pers did not appear either in person or by
proxy, and the money was awarded to
Mr. Eaton, but his $50 are gone forever
and he was so disgusted with his tin cash
box and his block of wood that he left
them with Justice Stimson on whos shelf
they statid for an everlasting memorial.
Suckers seem to be biting unusually well
Lumberton, N. C, May . 14. Our
towu hasjust been visited by sv terrible
bail-storm, preceded by a furious wind,
which darkened the firmament almost
like night itself. The hail-stoues, which
were as large as bird's eggs, coini.letely.
covered the gaound. and piled up in dif
ferent places. Your correspondtnt has
not had an opportunity to learn of the
damages throughout the town and coun
try, but we must know that the cotton is
completely destroyed, and as owing to
the extremely unfavorable weather,
many farmers had already planted
twice, it becomes a very serious matter
to our people. The heavily laden fruit
trees are also doubtless divested of their
treasures. The roof of the Carolina
Central Depot here was partially blown
off, and considerable damage was done
to outbuildings. In some places the
hail was three inches deep. Charlotte
Sentenced to die by Electricity.
Buffalo, 21. Y., May 14. William
Kemmclwho is convicted of murder in
the first degree for the killing of his mis
tress, Til He Seigler, was today sentenced
to suffer punishment of death, to be inflict
ed by the application of electricity, with
in the week commencing on Monday,
jnue nth. rnis is tne nrst cteatn sen
tence under the new law.
The commencement exercises of Salem
"Female Academy will take place on
Jane 2d to otn nextrana WW oe neiu iu
- la Moravian Church. - - r V '
Eobsrt H. Horrisoa Dead.
DAYID30N" COLLEGE'S FIRST ! PRESIDENT
.BREATHED HI8 LAST THI8 MORK1NQ. -
. There - is mouruing.-ln a number of ;
Charlotte' most. promiuent larouies to- j?
day.'. At7 o'clock this mornin there t
died at the hotn of his sou,, in Lincoln
verny ott-jortiv Carolina - at Uliapel
couuiy, wsv. ur. n.u. jiomson, ut me uuaras, represented the military of tne
riMS oltLage of yOrtars. Dr. Morrison State, is largely indebted to him for their
was born iJitt and attendeti the Unl- trip to New York. The treasury of the
llill, graduating in 1818 in company with laying this fact before the Raleigh peo
Jas. K. Polk and Bishop Green. His : pie and called apon the Governor. He
death Iravtsahe class of 1813 without a ' said to them, "Bjys, ihe Governor's
living representative. Guard shall go to the centennial if it
He was a prominent Presbyterian breaks me. Do the best you can to raise
uu'iisicr, uuviug at uiuereni limes oeeu
pastor at me nrst )cnurcn in this city,
Sugar Creek," Macpelah and Fayelte
ville. At all of these he fulfilled his
duties in such a manner as to gain the
love of all his congregation, and his
death deprives North Carolina of one of
her most honored, sons.
Dr. Morrison was the first President of
Davidson College and was the oldest
minister in the State, having preached
for over fifty yea-s. His death was due
primarily to heart disease.
He was the father-in-law of more
prominent people than anyone in the
State, among them being Gen. D H.
Hill, Gen. Stonewall Jackson, Gen.
Rufus Barringer, aud Colonel Johu E.
He leaves two sons, Dr. R. II. Mor-J
rison, Jr., of Snelby, and J M. Morrison
of Lincoln county, with whom he resid-
His death was not entirely unexpected, i
as he has not been in good health for
several years. He will be buried to
morrow at Macpelah, wherethe body of
his wife uow lies Charlotte News, May 13.
Tha Proipsrity of Salisbarjr.
Salisbury, N. C, May 4, 18S9.
Editor Manufacturers' Record:
Salisbury has for some time past been
growing more rapidly than any other
towu iu the Piedmont section of North
Carolina. Its rapid development is due
to its railroad and banking' facilities, its
excellent schools and churches, its very
low taxes, its, remarkable healthfulness,
and to its being sui rouiided by a country
in which there are four staple produc-
itious, grain, tobacco, cotton aud buy.
The town has two leading character
istics: 1st. It demauds solid growth and
thorough work in everything, uud is in
tolerant of anything that is as good as it
seems. 2d. It is a self-reliant people ;
others may help them if they will, but
what Salisbury folks undertake to do
they will certainly accomplish. So the
workman's hammer is heard in eve-y di
rection, dwellings aud factories are
springing up, an annual increase of from
10 to 15 per cent, in the population is
maintained, and not a few town lots arc
worth three times what they were three
Its situation at the junction of the two
great trunk lines of the Richmond &
Danville system gives it direct lines of
road to the Jsorth, the South, and the
Chamber of Commerce. VlDI
Nobbmsa TJaler Arrest.
London, May 13. TheEu-1 of D-a-lley
Lords Lurg.ni and Paulet, Baron l'Yuais
jend a uumoer of other gentlemen, all of
whom were arrested early yesterday
morning at the Field Ciub and rdeasid
on bail p were arraigned to-day at the
Vine street Police Court to answer the
charge of gambling. The court was
crowded almost to suffocation with peo
ple, anxious to sec the noblemen ar
raigned as criminals. The Earl of Dud
ley a ppea red to be heartily ashamed of
himself and eayer to escape the notice of
tlw thr6g hy submiion to a .fine, hut
Lord LurKun was denunt and suM'V at
his arrest. The police effieers who made
the raid of the Club admitted that the
noblemen were not members of the Field
Club, but declared that they resorted to
various Clubs for the purpose of gam
bling. The prisoners, twenty-one in number,
were remauded for a week on bail.
Miss Kin Kato, wbo came to this conn
try from Japan some years aro to be ed
ucated, left for her native country last
week. She ha3 taken a course at the
Salem Normal School and at Wellesley.
During ber stay here she embraced
Christianity. When she came to Ameri
ca it was understood to be the desire of
the Japanese government that her reli
gious ideas were not to be influenced, but
that if she wished to embrace the Chris
tian faith she was at liberty to do so.
It fills us with a feeling of happiness to
note, remarks the Albany Expnss, that
the "quiet wedding" is coming more aud
inore into vogue, and that the riotous.
marriage i going more and more out of
the vogue just mentioned. We have
held all along that the practice of solem
nizing a marriage with the aid of a dyn;.-
mitc, a troupe ot real Indians aud a cal
liope was very reprehensible and not at
all in accord with our ideas of what
ought to be in good society.
The Her. Hugh Pentecost, in
suldress in the Belleville Avenue
"The great employers of labor to-dav
are, beyond all question, TTevilish wicked;
but this is not because they, as persons,
are worse than others. It is because the
social system makes it nccess-aiy that
a man who wishes to succeed should bid
good-by to every noble sentiment of
"John Wanamaker as a husband, a fa
ther, a neighbor, a friend of the poor in
the vicinity of his Sunday school, is a
tender hearted and up-right man; but
John Wanamaker as a merchant in com
petition with other merchants, as an em
ployer of seving women and children, as
a politician, is a very different man. In
the oue case be has a chance to bo a good
man, he is a good man; but in the other
case the system make him a bad man.
In his home and his Sunday school he
can be a good man, but in business and
politics, under this system, he cannot.
Of course you understand that I speak of
l ? : 3
mm as an luuiv iquai. .
The Methodist ministers of Baltimore '
have voted thanks to Postmaster-Gen er-
al rWanamaker," for closing, his depart-1
ment at Washington against nil Sunday -yorkers,
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Kink, I tv
A Cryinsj Shame.
In answer to our query as to whether
it is true that the Governor was reouired
to pay his own exneuses to the New Yurk
centennia),4he Raleigh Call savs: 1 J
v xes, he did; aud he did not stop K at
that. .--The Governor's-' Guard, vhub,
with a detachment of the Kdgeeombe
bovs was about ex hjuntHd . Thv were
the necessary amouut, then draw on me
for the balance you may need." The
boys were forced to draw and he gave
them a nice little qheck. Besides this, he
carried members of his family who rep
resented largely the grace, culture aud
beauty of North Caroliua That's the
kind of Governor this State has. He is
in love with North Carolina and deeply
concerned in its every interest great and
small. He shows it iu every opportunity
that offers itsel'i. Charlotte News.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
jk. INT I&
In promulgating esotoric cogitations or artic
ulating superficial sentimentalities and philosoph
ical or psychological observations, beware of pla
Let your statements possess a clarified con
ciseness, compacted comprehensibleness, coales
cent consistency and a concentrated cogency.
Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent gar
rulity, jejune babblement or assinine affectations.
In trying to impress upon others the superior
ity of the inducements, and why you and many
I others patroivzc this firm in the line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles &c
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ill is liot jiecessarv lo iui
extemporaneous descautings and unpremeditated
expati;iti iiis have concise intligibility and vera
cir.us vivarily, without rhodomontrade or thra-
psittaceous vacuity, ventriloqual , verbosity- and
vandiloquent vapidity; shun double cntendres,
pruiient jocosity ami pestiferous profanity, ob
scurent or apparent.
In other words, talk nlainlv. naturally, sensi-
aljCl trUtllhllly SaV,
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ta the largest
from, the Best
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Misses' lieei ana bprn.g shoes, patent leather tips & plain toe
For the largest stock
For a large and well-selected stock of Istraw
Go to Schultz.
If the best at bottom prices ire good enough for you,
Go to Schultz
For a nice trunk or cheap umbrella,
Go to Schultz, -
For the best French blacking and ladies she
polish, - . Go to Schultz.
For prompt attention to orders hv mail . -
Send to Schultz.
HSION OF BIG GOLD BOOT.gS?
ReHpectMlljk. ' '
v j. z; SCHULTZ.
' . THE FINEST LINE OF
ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION At
THE NSW -HILLI1T3RY STOSB OP
MRS. SUE V. FLEMING,
OVTR1 KOSTIAN & McCAKLrs' EtoEE
Apill 4:lm. '
NOTICE to TAX PAYERS!
Notice is hereby given to all persons
who have not paid their taxes that their
property will be advertised for sale unless
their taxes are paid on orbefore the 28th
dav of May, 1888.
This applies to taxe3 due for the years
1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, and 1888.
Mav 16, 1889. C. C. KRIDER,
30: j Sheriff.
- iaw oreaKers. - i.ei vour
Stock to select
Qualities and the
Salisbury, N. G.
For the best quality and lowest prices
Go fb Schultz.
For beaiftiful new dress shoes
Go to Schultz. :
For the latest styles of Oxford Ties &
Slippers, Go to SchultZ.
of Shoes and Slippers,
Western CORN just ju
Barrels of Flou
10 Tons Wheat Bran
Call and examine the followiiiH
ISTew Tools for
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For Corn, Cotton and Tobacco,
is giiarranteed to do more work
with one man and one horse than any
tool will do with two men and two
horses, and will do the work'bettT
r This is really a
Labor Saving Machine,
Clark's Cutaway Harm
Is soaathhff entirely Hew
needs only to be seen to be appreciated
The McCormick Mowi
is made more simple than heretofoi
and is cheaper.
is the cheapest Rate knownr
Dutton Knife Grinder
i$ a tool that no farmer with
ing Machine can afford to be withoot-
A full line of ;
Come to ee us and we will n4
tumour interest to give us toot p
naget 4 Respectf nl ly , ;
ONE CAR LOAD
Buggies, Surrays, Ptislons, &