Script ion rates of The Carolina
Uent delayed 8 months
Tlie Royal Arcanum Lodge, at this
placer numbers ahout eighty-five members
nrjrtn-miiig a me insurance to th Taulh-
Death of Mr. Tauibec.
Washington, March 11. William P
representative in Congress '
The Provident Savings.
Mr. J. S. Jones who is well and favor-
E. M. Andrews, Charlotte,!
amount of two hundred and fifty thous- from the Tenth Kentucky District the anly known in the State and particmlar- Pnfjtffl DON'T H f!
anddollara. A pretty bisr thins for one f9th "d 50th Congresses, who was shot y n Salisbury was in town last week. u
YOU W AIM r
A PARLOR SUIT!
Tho Nows and
May Jones Beall,
in Jwtion with Chas. E. Kincaid, ! Hrfis the manager of the Provident Sav-
' i nsiiiHirion corrsnonnpnt or tn : t :r i -i .
. : ' t mi's liio As.-ii ranee Lumnanv ior me
Observer aavs Miw Louisville Times, m the House wing on , .Tr. . . j !.
the dUtTLUK February 2th, died this morning t 6 ; department of Virginia and the
t tne distinguished t-iw,v s i u.n.M ;n itt.m
young painter, of Lenoir, N. C, -and
SAY, MARCtl 13, 1890.
o'clockat the Providence Hosnital
nis aeatn naa been expected for ReV-
IS - -
.rof Commerce to-night.
whoso studio n West 23d street. New eral days, but while there was still a
York, is the rendezvous of all wM chance for life, the ohvsiciana thouehfc it
art, Is in that city, the guest of Mrs. J. B ladvisab,e not to permit him to make an
Martin IV KOI n.,l:f . 1 v. -ixa niaicuioin VI tUC Cirvuia
martin, jno. 531 Halifax street. She has Utw i: ir
wiin nor two naintintr nn ton&ai.wh1iw1. tharAfnm itKnnf ur-
a w www W I r h w IUMM1IIK MKT
gjber ol Luinmww . 0- " puiuungs on lapestry uieu, ineretore, without maki
f..hl Wallace is visiting In which he ls putting the finishing touch- abatement, and the ease against
' Eat" es on, which a gentleman who has visit- Z T en,t,rely uPon th testi
ed all the
art cn on a i n i i. ,1 i . .
r:. ri nman wont to New York .-j , - " T W those eye witnesses was
Ifr. 1 p I ttUU ,B someiuing ot a connoisseur ejamuel Donaldson, of Tennessee, former
declares equal to the best he has seen 'J aoorKeeper or the
there. .... -
have been pur-
Ucrftl new pianos nave i
Li bv citizens hero lately.
Ljoiber' of Commerce meeting to
jj Fun ancuuuuvD
fncturers will bezin
A.tr tO WW' " .
II'..' . ... . . -.- a A . .
Lk regularly about the hrst ot April.
r John West is lying critically ill
Viilence on North Inniss street.
B15 1V ;
-r..,.ivpl a call from Mr. J. I. Mc-
Neighbor No. 1.
House of Repre
sentatives, who has refused to make any
statement for publication. Donaldson
was with Taulbee at the time the ahnnt.
T . 1 . 1 & I ! , rni . . .
i uuu v vuiii cieci-ric i mg occurrear me oiner witness was a
Hgts in this town; too much danger of hoy, who cannot be found
C e !i Thi atnrina nf f V. tl,,.r
The stones of the shooting differ in
one important particular. Kincaid and
an encounter some time
fires from it.
Neighbor No. 2. Oh! is that so? JfflKSU
ao you know if about half this town was prior to the shooting, in the corridor ad-
ournea out, it would be the best thing joining the hall of the House of Repre-
sciuuiMca on nie eoHt. it was sam lust
after the shooting took place, that Kin-
with headquarters in Richmond. The
t . (Li i &
!lT,?r!"cI !? r?J!lu 20 Different new and artis-
ibuucu ad lira luiiuoiug imiraiiug ci- i . , tl'M
hibitofitenroffriiMiandfinanemratrenirth. tlC patterns in DlUSheS, Wilton
This sterling company has recently paid I Rugg and Silk Tapestries bought
twenty thousand dollars to the Gaskill at very low prices. X am Oiler-
estate, having previously paid two thous
and dollars each to the estates of Robt.
Foard and J. M. Best.
S.. Its rates are as favorable as any com
pany in the United States and its finan
cial standing unsurpassed. Below we
give last annual statement as taken from
December 31 last the Provident Sav-
ngs Life Assuraute Society completed
its fifteenth year and the annual state
ment put out at that time was
ever issued by this company. Nearly
2150.000 were added to the assets, and
that ever happened to Salisbury. Hills-
----- ic caid had armed himself after the first
townsrin the State that can boast of
fine Raleigh News and Observer, buildings that were standing during the g
oarfav'i , Revolutionnrv I b:
ThPre is strong talk of a company be
to- build a nrst eiass rouer
a iui uiv -
ill at KDOchville.
Spv Ir. Murdoch is in Charlotte
reachina geries of sermons in St. Pe
;r3 Episcopal church..
A gold bearing quartz vein with slate
binding, has been discovered on the
John Ruffty tract 10 miles from Salis-
encounter with Taulbee, and seeing him
oing down the stairs that led to the
ascment, had run after him, called to
him and shot him in the face. Kincaid
claims that he never armed himself in
fear of danger from a further encounter
with Taulbee ; that Taulbee had warned
him to arm himself, and that Taulbee in
sulted and attacked him on "their second
encounter, rendering, in his opinion, re
anuary -1, 1890, this item reached
$715,646. At the same time the surplus SUITS at $100. 125. and $150
I .1 A 7 f A. A -J 1 r '
ny me actuaries lour per cent, s-utmuwu
$368,899. The income for the year
amounted to $1,360,814, disbursements to of any of ray Suits, and let you com-
poncy-noiuers rz,40 anu expenses
$369,S12, making a total of $1,294,558.
n the amount'of new business matters
the company fairly outdid itself. It
L:l,r l.pre ttt 1- u tiui,. mrauuv uimi
the same hours luouuuy.
The theory of self-defense was set up
by Kracaid's lawver.
As soon as the news of Taufbee's death
reached police headquarters, an officer
The Choral Union met last Thursday
night at the St. James Hotel and
pointed the following committees:
Things that Tickle, the Landmark.
To see a man look in a horse's mouth
lJ" and then pretend to know how old he is.
To hear eyery fellow who catches cold
bury on the Bringle Ferry road. It was sort to the pistol a necessity.
an accidental discoverv mndu bv MY
i -i I ,i ...... i . -. j
Thetbenaomeiei culJ ueK,B" A Abram A. Hodge, some month ago; and
although not yet developed, a sufficient
trial ot the loose gravel and sand about was sent to Kincaid's room. He was
f thft TTnii-prl the vein, nroved t hat th rrnUKiiitiaa e awakened and after he had dressed, was
L. i ... ' aa k rK5 tmmMhincr vnlnahia So ,tii u taken to the police station, where he
tMCS iJ . I " J
L will be gone three years
Mr;. J.'P- Caldwell, who has been
erhanie in Statesville, Monday.
b Vr Wells in another column tells
if .i. lli.U i-ti.itili i n rr? 1 1 li I 1 1 IijI
Lati tn " sin i) ami w
lis you how to do it. Read Ins ad
Communion services were held at the
tesbyterian church last Sunday,-- Rev
t wbarey, of Jlooresville, assisting
Jlr. E. E. Woodman, iSf Massachusets,
jb&m in town for a few days taking a
Men bf the mortsraze indebtedness of
Uuclc F.illy Whitley,. of Stanley coun
y.die the first of this week, at the ad
mired ane of 115 years. He was a noted
The filter for the waterworks has ar-
ed and will be put in place as soon as
lie uessarjLarrangemeutscan be made
is a big all air
TheDauiel Booue" company played
st uight to a moderately good house
he play ou the whole was enjoyed by
II iu attendance.
Every member of the Chamber of Coin-
erc should be iu attendance at the
Executive, Mrs. W. L. Rankin, Chair- declare that he has the grip.
man, Aliss W. White, Mrs. Thos. Mur
phy, W. S. Blackmer, H.J. Overman and
A. 8. HeiJiir. x
General Information Committee, Misses
Fannie McNecly, Addie White, Rachel
Wallace, Jennie Bingham, Annie Smith-
deal, Ella Brown and Mrs. C. L. Welch.
To hear the Iredell distillers cuss " the
western men," as they call ihestorekeep
ers who have been quartered upon them
from Eaves district.
To hear a man talk about eating "j
check" when they mean a snack or a.
To hear a rooster who c:ir.ie here with
out any seat in ni3 breecbt- and is now
The Union will meet again to-night at pffctty well off, decry State ille.
the residence of Mrs. Thos. Murphy.
Prof. Edison in town.
A very pleasant looking gentleman,
large, smooth shaven face, on which was
a pleasant smile, was seen on our streets
To hear a Republican express his
vatc opinion about things.
To see a fellow who is loaded to
back teeth, walking about under
delusion that nobody knows he is haul
To note the severe and disdainful ex
pression of the beat whose i) ier has beei
last Friday, and upon inqury it was stopped because he wouldn't pay for it
learned that it was Prof. Edi30U, the
great electric mau. He had just come
up from Gold Hill, where he had been
looking into the mineral resources of that
section. He was very reticent as to his
plans, but told a gentleman afterwards
that he was more favorably impressed
With Gold Hill than any other property
he had seen in North Carolina thus far.
To hear one of the high-toners sav
'keeneen " when he means qui-nine.
To see a small mule hitched to a lar
To. think what might happen if some
body should inadvertently ink. a county
commissioner the time ot day. Matt
He was only in town about an hour but
eetiug to-nignt, at the Mayors ofilce, was seen on the north bound train last
s business of importance is to be Irons- J Monday night on his way to High Point
He then stated to a reporter of the
Watchman that he was going North on
the 15th, but would return in about six
weeks, and would then give Rowan coun-
ry flattering statement of the con-
of the First National Bankef Sl-
liburv will be found in another columns.
. I . . . 1 1. .1 ...
t will be gratifying to the stockholders V VU511 aQU Bee wnM we au 111 lue
i Me such a good exhibit.
If Prof. Davis ol La Grange contetn
plates a change of location for his mili
ary school, it might be advantageous for
him to negotiate with the people of Salis-
iry beore deckling upon a new site.
Mr. J. C. Tipton has been elected Cap-
in of the Guilford Grays, Company B,
rbirj Regiment, vice Captain Schenck,
sigiied. His commission was signed
shape of ores.
The Alliance and Politics.
What the Wood Grove Alliance be
lieves to be the true position of the
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Uniou
on party politics, which was unanimous
ly passed after they were hrst read by
many of the members and afterwards of
fered and read to the Alliance and freely
discussed at their regular meeting on
March 8th, 180:
ing some HDeciai .bargains
in Parlor Suits now, and if
you want one don't wait, as they
will never go lower.
I give a few prices to show that 1
mean What I say. 1 never say
a thing unless I mean it.
Walnut Frame Hair Cloth Suits,
" Kert Wool Flush "
" Silk Plush,
vLwin Antique Oak " ' "
" " Tapestry "
I have some VERY
pare prices-with any northern house.
E. M. ANDREWS.
issued 5,403 polices, insuring $19,172,197, pT . w rxpp A un T7TTI? TJT
an amount larger by nearly four million ilAnUj UiwAiJ All Is I? UlliN i
dollars the lacgest business ever before
. . . ?' , & i i
written in a Hinie vear. jt me ciose oi
1889 there were in force 15,752 policies
and $60,954, 208 insurance, a gain of over
$9,000,000 for the year.
The Provident Savings is the creation
of its president, Sheppard Homans,
whose high reputation as an actuary is
not confined to this country by any
tific principles, and arranged-its rates
with a view of affording life insurance at
actual cost, and he has been eminently
successful. His plans have brought life
iusurance within tho reach of many here
tofore unable to carry it, and have an
swered the wants of those desiring sim-
rlr lifip. iti!ivMinff nt. n. lnw nwt. nnd n.t.
: . V " a l i A :ii l ci
i ho enmo f mo nn anil hrmis Thf DWUUWliuuu sun mill anu u&vurea
Provident Savinzs offers protection at sale clieap. in good running order
the lowest possible cost, and its finan
cial ability to meet its obligations as they
mature, are unquestioned. Its plans are
well worth attention and investigation.
5 f"' 1
Have occupied the office over Mr. Wil
liams Brown's stove store. vheri thev
lie devised its plans on scien- may be found at all hours, day and night,
unless professionally engaged.
J. R. CAMPBELL, M. D.,
J. B. COUNCILL, M. D.
Oct. 22, 1889. 4m
SAW MILL FOR SALE.
J. J. KINCAID,
Cleveland, N, C.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
j At Salisbury, in tha State of N. 0..
Ajt tho close of business, Feb. 28, 1800.
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
SENT EVERY MONDAY, DELIVERED SAT
URDAY A. M.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LADIES
U'n i-lr l c TMva T.fc 1 1 IliannA
yUvernorl-owlclast Wednesday, and Industriai Union movement is not de-
mm well to read
W have bearcf, within the past week,
oiseveral new enterprises now under
ausidcratiou for Salisbury: nothiue suf-
ciently definite bower, to warrant
luthoritive mention in this issue
inother,cottou Factory we believe is no
lsocr?t in business cireles.
fcrsous desiring furniture oDauv kind
W. Wright in auotlrer column
riyht has a well stocked store as
re koow by personal iuspectlon and his
pees 'are very low, he is determined
build up agood tnule in his line and
judyiug from his prices he will certainly
P aL Go aud see his stock
Mr. D. R. Julian left last Tuesday for
the Nottliern markets to lay iu a stoek
n new goods. Dave said before he left
fK 1.- i ...
ne Knew juat wtiere lie was going
nd what he ls troiui for. and that
tvben he got back he would show us the
5'- fod prettiest line of goods brought
signed to advauce the political or bllieial
aspirations of any one, man or set of men,
but ot doing tne greatest good to the
greatest number, and
Whereas, It is not a political organ
ization in the interest of designing men
who are after the loaves and fishes "
of office and the " spoils' but grander
and nobler in its aims and purposes, with
the motto hying high at its masthead,
"Principles, not men," but men with
principles solid in union with ours
Therefore be it
Resolved, That while there is no inhi
bition on the members of our order pre
An Exciting Election.
Biddeford, Me., March 10. There i
great excitement nere over tne munn-i
pal election. One hundred special police
nd twenty-five deputy specials are on
duty. Ibe votes ot men wlio.se natural
izatidn papers were issued by the munici
pal court in alleged violation of the law
are now being challenged, the epecia
oiheers are working in sympathy wu
the men. lu one ward two sneritls ur
rested a challenged voter, but clubs wci
drawn and the special officers and crowd
liberated the prisoner. In another ward
Deputy United States Marshal Obed F.
Stackpole drew a revolver when the
crowd interfered with his arrest of a pris
oner. He succeeded in holding his man
and also caused the arrest of a special
officer who interfered. At 10 o'clock a.
m. warrants were issued for the arrest of
the sheriff, and ten minutes later the
ocal police captured Deputy United
Marshal Stackpole and Deputy Sheriil
Parker, of North Berwick, and bustled
them to the police station, followed by u
mob. A general riot is feared.
Loans and discounts f SU.SSS SI
Overdrafts, secnreTl and unsecured ,120 est
U . s. iloaJs to secure circulation 12,5oo oo
Stocks, securities, judgments, claims, etc., 3,6.lo oo
Uue Pom approved reserve agents...
Pue from olUer National Hanks
Due from State Uanks and bankers..
Heal estate, furniture, and fixtures.
Premiums ou U. S. Bonds
djieck andotbecasU Items..
Jiljls ot other jfaiik3
Fractional paper Currency,
nickels and pennies
Legal tender notes
Redemption fund with V. H. Treasurer
(3 per coat, circulation)
S 034 7
06 1 67
4.B .5 00
OFFICEat MOEGAN'S STUDIO.
P. H. THOMPSON & GO.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, wore
Scroll Sawing, Wood Turning,
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS
AND AT PRICES WHICH Y0TJ
NEVER DREAMED OF BEFORE.
DON'T BUY BEFORE SEEING
WHAT I HAVE AND GETTING
MY PRICES. I CAN AND WILL
SELL AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE
IN NORTH CAROLINA. IF A
GOOD STOCK & HONEST DEAL;
ING WILL MAKE A SUCCESS
FUL BUSINESS, I SHALL
G. W. WRIGHT.
V.OOO oo 13,902 08 Steam Engines and Boilers, Steam and
Total $x67,i8o 31 Steiwn Fittings, hlmitiug, fulley llanyera.
Machinery of all kinds repaired on
Mar. 15, '88. lj
Capital stock paid In ICo.ooo oo
(Surplus fund S5,ooooo
Undivided urodls 628 8
National Bank nous outstanding 10,75o oo
Dividends unpaid 2,500 00
Individual deposits subjeet
to eUeck 9l,i& 10
Tiniecertllieutes of deposit ::3.2e SS
Cashier's clificte outstanding htUto 128,750 06
Due to other National hunks- 2,561 84
Mr. Edison Likes the Country.
Charlotte Cor. Manufacturers' Record.
Mr. Edison spoke in warm terms of ap
preciation of the climate ot the l'leu-
mont section, of the beauty ot its land-
scapes, anu ot me courteous nospuaiiiy oi
the citizens of Charlotte, lie will make
this city his headquarters during his in
vestigations, but will not be limited in
bis prospecting by Mecklenburg county's
or this State's boundary lines. The good
Due to state Banks and bankers
Notes and bills re-disjouhted..
Total f 267,1 8U 32
State, of Kei th Carolina, County of Rowan, ss:
I. I. H. KOIJST eashler of the above named bank
do solemnly s-.vt-.ir that the above statement ls true
to tut- ue-ot or my kuowivuge anu oeuei.
I. II. FOUST, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 13th
day ot March, lsi0. J. A. BKOWX,
CouBKcr Attest : J, P.
K.J. HOLMES 1
(i A. BINGHAM, Directors.
I). A. ATWELL, J
venting them from running for oraccept- uraentiy hope that "The Wizard" will
ing the nomination for any office within K ki n,n nmKlom tw. hnH
the gift of the people, yet we unhesitating- bcen Vexihg the soui.s and cmptving the
ly condemn the idea that any officer or es ofthe goltl minera Gf this country
member of our order can use their posi- -or hft,f ft ceuturv and should iie do so,
lion to advance their own private or po- they at least will have a new saint in
uucat aims uu euus uuiu cojisiamo 10 jier calen dar s:,int Thoma s, .stirnamed
... - 4 1. n - n a r havs linn j-.i.. ,.. I '
governor; that we draw a line Detweeu
a man bearing aloft the banner of our
order as its choseuciiamnion for the ad
vauceuieut ot us principles, anu one
simply using our order as a stepping
etonc to oniee, place or political position
Test of Smokclc3s Powder.
Washington, March 8. A successful
Resolved. That we condemn auv sucb J test of smokeless nowder was given at
Ajconference of a number of the voca
F1"': 01 fcallSimrv vv-ic lirdil in ihr nnrlnrj
fWfr; St. James H..trl Yaat. ThiwwfWv
g t, the object being to consider farth
Pr Ikk J m i . -. .
-foieasiuuity ot attcntliii' the eu.su-
musieal Festival at Charlotte in
k. . - . .
"p. it was strictly a business meet-
The Fxecutive Committee ap
ttl wil meet at Capt. Thomas Mur-
to-niglit, to hear reports from
practice and deprecate any such action
tenuinjr to corrupt ana tieraae our
tile riavv vard here'to-tlav. A uumbci of
distinguished men were present, iiultid
o Salisbury f-;- the .sank: money, and he movement from its avowed principles. inp; Secretary Tracy, Commodore Folger,
Jenirsdlv does what he savs Kesolved, That we recognize the right Chief of Ordinance, Assistant Naval Coi.-
- ' of all men running for ollice on their own structor Heckmnn and other naval otli-
D. A. AT WELL'S
Where a full line of goods in bis line, may
al wa s be found.
worth of Dry Goods to be sold at and.
below New York Cost.
This is the biggest Dry Goods Sale
ever opteredto Salisbury and now
is your time to save money.
1 r 1
uuier committal. V tr.
. Chi ojie after a VHit to Concord a
days agy remarked, that the Depot
uPtowu was Certainly a great conven
ience to, ike citizens bolh as to trans-
lnni in . . .:.
rciit i M, i nar it. i-.'.u
a railroad out of. and destroyed
the heretofore beautiful an-
fc&fsfiiee of Maiu Street. Freight
I-worked on Main sti-et ma
, : 7 - J
"at It is nn!
However. Cjt.cord i
iut. position to establish
r streets, f.tr ujul-e bcmtiful, and as
away from th ibim.ii -
ry, thau any hc baa
merits as citizens, but we prefer that
noue do so until they are called by the
people we disdain the idea of self-im-
poseu canoiuates. We will not support
any one wuo does not stand solid on and
for the principles and demands cf our
order as set forth at St. Louis and other
places and bv our national lejrtslative
committee and approved by our order,
and -that we arc solidly in iavor of dis
franchising any man oriflen who will buy
or sell votes from ever holding any office
or voting. A pure and honest ballot and
free and uutrameled. election is our
. W. L. Kistler, Sec'v.
Alliance men as citizens are exhorted
to attend all their local political meet
ings, county, state .and congressional con
ventions and see that noue but good men
are nominated, and then attend solidly
ou election day and help to elect them,
and then held them to accountability.
W. L. K.
, it i - i -i.i ii .t j
cers. ltie powder seeiucu to no an mat
was claimed for it, and was stringer than
the ordinary powder.
March 6th, 1!S00, Martha V. Piaster.
nrc Weddington, wife of J. N. Plaster, ol
consumption. Was buried from St.
biioch K. L. church, of which s!ie was a
true and consistent member until death.
She was a great sutsVrer. The physi-!
cians pronounced her at the point oi
death four years ago. Sbe died triumph
ant in the faith as it is in Christ Jesus
aged 37 years, . months and 20 days
leaving a kind aud alleetionate husband
and four children to mourn their ;reat
loss. But their loss is her gain. Bet
ter is the day of death than the day of
WHAT MEDICINES ABE MOST
: CALLED FOB1
aaked the reporter of an old drngirlst.
"Dr. Pierce's preparations," no replied.
M They are sold under a poaitlvo gnar
antee that they will, in every case, giro
satisfaction, or the money is promptly re
funded. His 'Favorite Prescription, for all
those chronic weaknesses, nervous and other
derangements peculiar to women, is used with
unfailing success. It cures weak back, bearing-down
sensations; Irregularities and weak
nesses common to the sex, and being the
most perfect of tonic medicines bnilds up
and strengthens the entire system. The de
mand for it is constant, and I am conversant
with scores of cases cured by It."
Returning after a few moments' absence,
the venerable Wielder of the pestle remarked,
"tho number of sarsa pari Has and other, so
called, 'blood medicines' is legion; but Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery outsells
them all and it is the only blood-purifier out
of the many which I am obliged to keep upon
my shelves, that is guaranteed, to benefit or
cure in all cases for which it is recommended,
or money paid for it is refunded."
" In the line of Pills." remarked the old gen
tleman, "the little Sugar-coated ' Pellets '
put up by Dr. Pierce lead all others, both in
amount of sales and the general satisfaction
they give my customers.
Copyright, 1838, by WORLD'S Dl3. MXD. ASS'S.
SALE OF LAUD !
By virtu: of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowau county in the case ol
Wilson Rosier against J. 15. Trexlcr and
.1 t ...III II I I ... I '.II ft i I ! I
otners t win sen iun ;uii.iiwu..ivu.
iu Salisbury on Monday, the Ttfr day of
April, lSiM), at public sale, the following
describedTcal estate, to-wit: Situate in
Kowan county, adjoining the lands ot
Tobias Kesler, O. V. Pool, Nathan Mor
gan and others, containing 11)5 acres more
or less. Terms cash.
This .'3d day of March, 181)0.
20-t.s. i oiniiiissioiH r.
A meeting of4he Salisbury Chamber o
Commerce will lo belu at tbe Mayors
ollice ou Thursday night, March i3th.
A full attendance is desired as busii.esf
favorable to of importance will be dieussed.
Wklls Lioutsiso Cure foe Itch never fails
to cure any case in 15 minutes or money re
funded, tor san by
8TE&RK, WELLS CO.,.-
for an incurable case of C
tarrh In tlie Head by the
proprietors ot ur. sai?e s uiuimi xmjuksuj.
its mild, soothing and healing properties, it
cures the worst cases, no matter ot now long
standing. By druggists, 50 cents. -
BU!LQ!HG LOTS FOR SLE.
Persons wanting to buy kbuilding lots
..e..r Livinjp-toi c College are ieu sted
Notice to Creditors anu Mors.
Having qualified as Administrator on
the estate i f A. 1j. White, deceaseu, an
persons having elaims against the estate
of the said A. L. White are hereby noti-
tiel to preseutthe same to me on or be
fore the 23th day ot relHunry, ioi, or
this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons UHubteu to sum
estate will please make prompt payment
This l:oth tvU v. KSb('.
T. J. WHITE, Adm'r,
19.Gt. Coucoid, 2. C.
Tlie dress go'xls stock al trimmings is still complete .ami
embraces many Spring goods at half their value.
Q 15 doz. Warner's and V. I. Corsets left. Buy at cost and
save i30 per cent, profit.
25 doz. White Shirts left, some below N. Y. cost. Summer
is coming, buy while you can save from 50c. to $1 on the shirt.
The largest ami finest stock of Jerseys from 50c. to $2.36,
will be sacrificed from this on.
k. lou can save lrom
Big line Jet Capes, good sto
.1 . 1 . .1 . .t l . .. w r
ometning every itui uceya iui wunug,
on each grade. - This is
fcGOO worth of Ribbons, that are worth 25 per cent.
than when bought, now 10 per cant, less than N. Y. cost.
4 ii lrfii: '..v.l . 0-i r,AfVnnf lc than NT. Y'. post.
iIl Illllllviy vjou' i.i ' i'-
40 Rolls of Jeans, all wool tilling, cost 28 to 32 cents; tako
your choice for 25 cents,
pay you to buy for next
These goods are chefat 50c. and will
winter. ' - 1
Havmg qualified as Executois of th
last will and testament ol Wu;. It. Fraley.
dee'd, iC luieby jie notice Ut i.il pel
sons having claims against l he estate ol
said deee ieul . to exhibit I hem to u- on.
if not before. 1 he 3d day ol J.ti.uai j , I8dl
Junuu.-j li -
'i lK. ii MtAl.KY,
J; ill.; d I hAhrA',
The best Feather Tick worth 25 cents, now
from 5 cents up.
Table Damasks, rtfl and white, at just half what you eau
buy them elsewhere.
Theliccounts du. U. 13. V;.":i Wyck must be aiU,r .aatifift
UKitkj about Uic-iii, IU UiO lie-it lc-,i uh.
LE.E S. OVEICM VN,
torv arramenic n
I Tiiko. F. Kxunz, P:es't.
iiitin. . fcahbbary, IS. C.