THURSDAY. MARCH. 5, 1891.
Uev. DrMurJuck has the whoojiin
j : - r : - -l.'v
ifnjijHStansill was in tow'u-Wed-
i jrr. George S'.iinn, of Cabarrus county,
jiediat Siwiday, after a brief illness.
Mr K. K. James had a horse killed last
week by ruuniui; against a wire fence.
:! 'An effort is beimj-made at Charlotte io
buy land run the Charlotte Female Insti
tute. 1 I - !
The Standard and other -Concord peo
ple are talking about building art opera
house. ; . ; ,
-A new coijnpdny lias been formed torun
the wood and irou works located at
Mrs. Theo. Buerbaam and daughter
ure on a visit to Baltijtnore, and will be
away four br five weeks.
v The new goyernriicnt building at
Charlotte will soon be completed and the;
postojtlice moved to it. -
A.qoxpany Was organized Tuesday to
manufacture Brick. The machines will
have a capacity of 40,000 daily. 1
Mr. J. J. Stewart, editor of the Truth,
returned from Baltimore Thursday night
-la-it. His health is better. We Cope it
will be fully restored. , .
Hon. A. F. Heilmah, member of the
House from Cabarrus, passed through on
his way to Morgauttm last Saturday.
We suppose he is on the insane, asylum
' Mr. J. Allen Brown, wlio does business
in an office adjoining thoi Watchman of
fice, has agrcgd to accept ihe position of
fihtitig editor. We commend him to
Rev. A. L. Coburn will preach every
Sunday at Chestiiut Hill Academy at Jl
o'clock , m'., and 7:30,. p. m. Sunday
ehopf at 9:30. 1 a.1 mJ Prayer-meeting
The Belmont Hotel and Wilson , Drug
Company were burned out at Charlotte
a month ago -.Sunday; Notwithstanding
the rain that has fell Tire is still burning
iu the debris of the building.
, Yp are sorry to hear, of theerious" 111
ness'of Mr. W. L..lCestler, of Bear Pop-
i Jar neighborhood.- He has been danger
ously sick for several weeks. We twist
I that h'ejwid soon recover his usual health.
An alarm of fire was sent in Tuesday
jiiisht. It was caused by a lamp fulling
oft a table-at the residence ofCapt. Jno.
It. Nich'phts on Main street. The fire
was smothered before serioti damage
was done. ' . ,
4 Dr. J. F. Oriinth was calleU yesterday
t Kernersville on account of the death
! of his father, IMr. Griffith had been af-
f Hieted for several months, and bis death
was not unexpected. Dr. Griffith "will
1 return in a day or two. . J 'V
! " Col. JohniA. Holt has been appointed
' to fill the vacancy in the auditing depart-
jnent of Capt. E. McBee's office occa
i -sioned by the resignation of E. II. 0vei-
man, who will engage in business on h'.s
own accouiits in Danville, Va.
The Planters' Alliance Warehouse i.t
Winston, will be opened March lGth,- in
stead of March 2d. A11 parties wishing
to stor their tobacco; will be accommo
dated. iAll who want slock can get it
until the capital stobk is completed.
i William Sprowles, aged io, a native of
Ireland, died in Charlotte, Monday
morning., He came to this country be
fore the5 war and enlisted in the Federal
;army. He had been a resident of Char
(lotte about sixteen years. Mr. Sprowles
yas one of the party -that shot at John
i Wilkes Booth when was surrounded in
a barn, where he had taken refuge.
. J Wdc Harris complains that the editor
Of this paper was in his ofllee and did
not' mUke himself. Jiuown. IJe says:
Jp&$ that he will make himself
.kuown, even if the editor is engaged in
( tinkering "with cjntrary machinery."
That is all riglit, Bro. Harris, but we
Can't afford to "howdy" with a brother
when he i vexed with an unruly press.
; We have "been there," and when things,
-get out of liue-we don't want to talk to
anybody from president down. -When
your new Cottrell press gets right we
will invade vour sanctum again and talk
.about the mads and weather.
; Warehouse Burned.
W-e learivfroin tlie Charlotte Xetcs that
the Aljiauce wrt4ijouse and most of the
. contents wss burned at Greenville, S. C,
Monday night. Tbe warehouse con
' tained wagonsr buggies and agricultural
machinery, worth about $12,000. 3Iost
'! of the loss is covered by insurance. The
fire was accidental..
Our Eanksr n-
The First National Bank has declared
. their usual semi-annual dividend of live
per cent, payable on or after March 1st.
- The surplus of the bank is now $;0,000,
which shows a.liigh degree of prosperity
a ltd carefnl management pn the part of
the directors and :officers. . Besides the
surplus fund proper, a-- liberal sum re
mains to the credit of profit account.
Our banksV and this includes our bant
buildings, are a credit to thefown. The
enterprise that has been shown by our
f banking fraternity might with
j profit and credit extend to stores and
; privatd dwellings.1 What an immense
i improvement could
be rrtiwle in our oltl
town by the npplication of a liberal
amoniit of pair., I i
The Egg Trade.
- The eg business inltowan is immense.
People miikc their hens lay steadily.
They don't allow them to -take Christ
mas or observe legal holidays." The hens
enjoy it, howevtr and all goes well. It
is said that peopled ho subscribe to the
Watchman sell more eggs thaw those
ttho dixnut., Mr. A. M. Safrit, of the St.
Paul neighborhood, one of the Watch-ix-Ws
constituents, has sold 50 dozen
egs tluce tlrt first of January up to the
27 thf February. Ile has but a' Jew
hens, but they don't waste no time.
Death of Capi. T. L. Seigle..
Cupt, T. L.Seigle, of Charlotte, died
at his'horae in that city last Friday. He
had been sick for several months. Mr.
SeiVle had long ben a prominent mei
clmut iuharlotte. lleyvas buried from
St. Mark's Lutherau church'Suuday, af
ternoon. -The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. T. S. Brown, pastor of
St. Mark's and liev. C. B. King, of Sal
Capt. Seigle was noted for kind deeds.
He did many charitable acts of which
the public knew nothing..- His dea4h is
a great joss to Charlotte.
A Change Needed-
There is a good deal of complaint
about the schedule for the . southbound
mixed train on the A. T. & O. road. It
is billed to leave Stalesville at 12:30" p.
m. The westbound mail on the W. N.
C. leaves Salisbury at 12:23. Frequent
ly passengers wish to go down the A, T.
& O., and reach Statesville just about 40
minutes too late. ' If the mixed train
would leave Statesyille say one hour la
ter it would be more convenient, and we
can't see that itwould make any ditrer:
euce to the people along .the line. - We
hope that the authorities will make this
slight change for the travelling public.
We commend the follow ing dew adver
tisers to our patrons this week:
Mr. J. Allen Brown agent in this
.cctfion for the "Merritt" Typewriter.
Mr. T. F. Young gives notice- that he
is still on hand ibr the sale of dry goods,
Mr. J. W. Bostiau makes sotfie Inter
tercsting statements about his business.
Watch his space hereafter. t
The First National Bank shows that
jts affairs are well -managed and in a
A Grand Musical Concert.
Some of our musieal critics gave it ,as
their opinionihat the Concert reoeutly
given by .the Madame FryCovis super-ioj-
to anything of the kind that has
ever beeii heard in Salisbury. Mr. Fry,
the business manager, passed through
Salisbury a few days ago, and volunteered.
the statement to certain members of the
Cuciral Union that another company J
would play here on Friday night next,
if promptly telegraphed to which he
frankly said was equal iu every respect
to his own, and hal a greater variety of
instruinenDY and presented some
humorous selections that, made-it" more
acceptable and pleasing tor the maiority
of persons than his own. That company
will play in the hall of the Y. M. C. A.
on Friday evening next, aud ought to be
greeted with a full houss. All that was
claimed- for the McGibney "Company by
Mr. Fry has been confirmed by press
notices secii by us in North and South
Carolina tapers, and also in a . number of
Meeting of Commissioners. .
rn i i
Hie town commissioners met in regu
lar sesion at the mayor's, oflice Friday
-nigiit. JlJessrs. Holmes, ilillcr. l'rercks.
jiauuey, ueuuieman aim Julian were
c 1 11 11
' It was .moved and carried that tie
town pay for the extension of the hydrant
to the Salisbury knitting mill.
The following were appointed for reg
istrars and judges of election to be held
on the 24th of March for tlie purpose of
voting upon the proposition .to issue
bonds to the amount of $50,000 to im
prove the streets of our city:
North ward P. Merouey, registrar,
Judges, P. P. Meroney, B. II. Marsh, N.
C. Wyatt, :
South ward S, J. Swicegood, regis
trar. Judges, S. J. Swicegood, N. B.
McCanless, J. O, Crosby.
Iast ward G. II. Shaver, registrar.
Judges,' G., II. Shaver, Ar Parker, W. L.
West ward JP. Gowan, registrar.
Judges, J. P. Gowan, M. L. Bean, J. Al
len Brown.- s
N ewsy Notes From Iredell.
DEATHS IXAVEST IKEDEI.L OTHER NOTES.
Corrospondelice of the Vatchman.-:
Beads are worse than ustual this win
ter. The thermometer stood at 20 in this
section last Friday morni. g.
We are having a great deal of sickness
now5 principally4a grippe.
Baxter, the 14 year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Combs, died of typhoid fever
on the 28 th of February.
Mrs. Polly Byers, a very old lady, died
on February 23rd.
Mr. W. Thompson, ofStatesville town
ship died of pm.'.umouiakst Sundav.
- ' " G. -
New Stirling, N. C. March 2nd, 1S91.
- Died. T , .
Isear" Organ Church, this ccu'nty, on
the 27ih nit., of cancer of tKc stumach,
Mr. Martin Pennin;er, ngcd nbou 00
If 'each zubxeriber toihe Watchman irould
I one or more sulscriber riaht auati it
irmild be greatly apprepiutedJ iLywst have
viorc subscribers to put it on-a paying basis.
Salisbury Business Firms.
THE DRY O0OD3 MEN' Yi'liol TWa4 AUK
AND THE GOODS TltEV HANDLE.
As the Watchman is gr.in to eoj)le
in all parts of thia State ami to .nearly
every section 'of iho United SJates, it may
be intere.-ting to our readej- to know
who are in bn.sinesS .here ai;il the kind
of business done. We give a brief his
tory of the dry goods dealersj this week
and will visit the other fnmsjand - enter
prises hereafter' We found iiost of our
merchants busy, but all of tbein kindly
answered all questions.
- D. K. JULIAN & CO;
Me. D. R. Julian is a native of this
county was raised on a farm. Mr; J.
S. McCubbins, Sr., was raised in Iredell
county, but has lived here since he was
20 years ohl. Their place of; business is
on Fisher street. This firm handles dry
goods, groceries, shoes, glassware and
queensware. They - advertise in the
Watchman, consequently their trade is
large. T. J. McCubbins and Chas. Leutz
are their clerks. j
P. W. BROWN. i !
Mr. Brown iilso does business oti North
Fisher street.IIe was raisefl in Salis
bury. He carries dry goods', groceries,
ladies' and cents' furnishing goods, no
tion, &c. Mr. J. P. Lentz1 clerks for
him. ' , '
1 T. F. YOUNO. I ; I,
Mr. Young is located corner of Fisher
and Main streets, lie carries a full line
of d ry goods, groceries, canned goods,
hats and shops. , Mr. Young wass raised
irr this city. R. L. Corneli.?on and II.
T. Simpson are his salesmen. Mr. Young
advertises in the Watchman and is
building up a trade.
Mr. Wallace has been in business lure
since 1S07. He is a wholesale dealer in
dry goods, groceries and- clothing. His
two sons and Mr. James Ide are his
salesmen. He does business on Main
J. W. BOSTIAX. j
Mr. Bostiau was raised in Salisbury
lie is located jon Main street. He car
ries a general line of merchandise, in
cluding shoes, hats, crocker and glass
ware. Messrs. B. G. Hall, C. A. Bostiau
and Lafayette Chirk clerk for him. A
glance at Mr. Bostians advertisement in
this paper shows that he means business.
II. s. BROWX.
r Mr. Brown is a native of Salisbury.
He doc3 business on Maiii j slreet. He
carries a full line of clothing; and gents'
furnishing. goods. Messrs. Theo. Brow n,
Win. B. Smoot and M. S. Cdlly stro his
salesmen. Mr. Brown is a ljbeial adver
tiser in the Watchman.
I.ITTM ANN I.ICHTENf-Tr.IX.
This linn consists of Messrs. I. Liit
mann and I. Lichtcnstein . ; They bo;h
came here from Greenville, N. C, in 1FS8. !
inev are incaien corner oi .Main ium ir.-
niss streets. They carry a full line c"t
fine dress goods, hosiery, noil ions, cloth
ing and ge;its furnishing goods. Messrs.
G. A. Kluftz, J. T. Lindisav; aud J. II.
McNeely are theia salesmen
., ELL'TTZ JL- IiEXlI.EiAN.
""The members of this lir.ii;are W. L.
Kluttz and J. A. Kendlcinan. Both are
natives of this county were raised on
the farm. They carry dry ! goods, gro
ceries, boots, shoes and all kind-s of pic
visions. Messrs. W. W. Taylor. J. A.
Neely, H. A. Barnhardt, W, 11. Wood
son, A. M, Sullivan, F. N. Meroney. T.
B. Beail, Clarence land Warren Kluttz
are iheir sale meu.
MRS. W. R. 1SAR1CEU.
Mrs. Barker does business on 'Main
street She carries a full line of millinery,
fancy dry goods, embroidery. The ladies
know all about such things so we will
not attempt a description,
I. BLUM UN T 1 1 A L & BRO.
This firm has been doing business here
three years. They are located corner of
Main and Fisher streets. They carry
clothing, shoes, hats, caps and notions.
R. J. HOLMES.
. Mr. Holmes is a native of Davidson
county. He has been iu business in this
city about twenty-five years. He deals
in dry goods, shoos, hats, groceries,
glass and queensware. Messrs. M. G.
Rufty, C. L. Hall and W. S. Livengoo l
are his salesmen. !
The Alliance orator of Texas, will ad
dress the people of North Carolina as
Clinton. Monday. Mareh'
K e nans v i lie , 'i u esd ay ,
Town t'rtfek, Friday,
Cli.ab'tdft, . outlay,
Luinbt rvon, T utsday,
F ij fttev.; Thurs. & Fri ,
Hoekipgh'm, Mon. a:Tues.,
Monioe. .' i hursday,
Churioue, Friday, -Coneord,
Ig, 13 lin. Alirnot'
ifi.K Dis. Alirnce
Speaking will begin promptly at 11 t'
All the people are cordially invited to
attend the lectures of this llisiinguished
wcntleman. -All these meujjingR will he
public except the second day of each Dis
trict Alliance, which will bf devoted to
drilling the officers of County Alliances
throughout the District, alljof whom are
expected to be present. Every member
who is anxious to become fijunillinr with
the rswuiTTES WOCK ought by ail means
to attend the District Alliance. And it
is absolutely uect ssary for every County
Lecturer in the Cojigressiorjal District io
attend, eveiv if his county' Alliance has to
pay his expenses..
Let the public turn out at these meet
ings, and leajn what Alliance doetiiuts
are. Ei.ias Carr,
, F resident N C. F. S. A.
rN. C. F. S. A.
On March 1st, by Rev. A. L. Coburh,
Mr. Jas. G. Rrow:i and Miss Ida Walter,
all jf Ilowau, lit
SICKNESS AND DEATH MEETIXO OF THE
Correspondence of the Watchman.
And still it rains. This morning the
trees are bending to the ground freighted
with ice. Business is exceedingly dull at
this time. Almost every man, woman
and child is sick with grippe. Never
have 1 known-so.much sickness in Stat es
ville and the surrounding country. Some
are very sick indeed, others not so bad.
Almost every morntng new cases of the
prevailing disease are reported, and we
wonder when it will cease. t: ,
tjinee myjast, several of. our citizens
have passed the Jordan of death. Mrs.
Prudie Davidson was buried last Sunday,
She died ou Friday night of pneumonia,
having been sick only two days. .-Key.
D. G.. Caldwell conducted the -funeral
Mr. Wilson Thompson, aged about 57
years, died of the same disease Sunday
last, aud was laid to rest at Concord
church, six miles west of this place, yes
terday. A daughter of Mrs. Jas. Roueehe died
Sunday morning of the same disease.
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, husband and
wife, were buried Sunday evening last at
Snow; Creek church, in the northern por
tion of this county.
, We earnestly trust that those of our
citizens who aro-at this writing very sick
may speedily rceove: and be permitted
to nil their places again.
The county commissioners were in ses
sidjrl yesterday: 'The principal part of
the business transacted was"pass',lg- the
pauper claims. This item' of expenses
is increasing in this county, it being now
about $700 per quarter. Hpw true
Christ's words, "Ihe poor ye have with
Bro. S, Otho Wilson spoke here yester
day. The weather being unfavorable
and the roiids 'almost bottomless, the
crowd was small.. As it was, he hud an
audience of about forty. His speech was
entertaining and instructive, and mo
doubt was of benefit to many who heard
W. W. Turner, the business agent of
the county Alliance, is now busy order
ing and delivering fertilizer. The pros
pects now are favorable for his doing a
large business in that line. Whether or
not this indicates prosperity, I will leave
for others to decide. Ja Ce Te.
Statesvillc, N. C, Mareh 3d.
Salisbury FroJuco Markst.
Corrected wekly hy 1). It. Jci-ias a; co.
)(( -y l)n HMcs,
Ihitter, 2)(i 'J."
Irih poUtocs, loo
(Iret n u
Pc:is, ' Fiour. 2..r. 0(2 ."5.00
Corn, t- - '
1 OB A CCO MARKKT.
Correeied weekly at I'lanteis7 Warelioime.
Tlie long continued season i? new ended,
and high prices still ur .'v.ii'i. All j,r de are
We quote :
esiecmllv well-lodied fillers.
2.'a4 Cutters, good,
i 4:i i : Fij:e.
C.. 2'. Wrap'rs medin,
8 1 1 "J A ITue.
1 0:1 1 2
12!;i Fnncv. none ofTerc!.
An old lmvsielau. letire'd f:o:n practice, lKr.lng
hurt placwl in liis hands by a a n.ii-t la-Jla mission
ary ine formula i i a sinrnr M-viiiun- ifnit-uj ioi
Hie si.e-'dv '. nerin-iiiem cm c or ('omsimiinion
IsronelUUs. tatann. asuiidu a no an mroai ami
lani' AfT-ct ions, also a positive and radical enre
for nervous Ij.-UU! y ami all Nervous iom.ilalnts,,
;ifier U vvii'. tcrted Its wo'idertnl curative powers
in thousands of cases, li-s felt H nis duty to make
it knoivn to hissufjen ig fellows. Actuated hy this
motive and -a desire to iclieve humau suffering, 1
will sen.) free of clurj.'yio all whaaleslre it. this
n eipe, in tieiin a:i. French or Kr,rilsh. wit a full di
rect, on's for preparing and usfng. sent by m it by
addressing wit!i stamp, naming i his paper, W. A.
Xo.ves. s.o Powers isioe.;. Ho -hestrr, N. V. is. ly
A cream tf tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength
V. S. (iovernment report, Aug 17, 1889
Vhen Baby was sick, ire gave her Castoria.
When shew-as a Child, she criel for Castoria
When she became Miss, she ctnng to Castoria.
When she had Children, she ga-j them Castoria
Advioo to the Ap;ed.
Affe brins nf! rmit le, r.ncti nUtr:
ciih bonds, wen.fi ltitlueys aud llU
5cr ana torpid liver.
Ktlmnlaiin? iUv bo'.vcIs, fix ing natur
al tilcliar5s wilUout straining or
to the kidneys, bladder nd liver.
Tbey are adapted to old or yoaa;.
Tlio'Bast Household Medicine.
Onca or trrico each year the eys
needs purging of the impuri
i3n which das? the blocd. Fron
cMidhood to old age, no remedy
masts all casos -mth the same cer
ainty of CTood results as
noTWir. rLoop balm,
V C. McGa-.ihey, :V.-ebb Cit7, rlt.,
" : B. 3 has done me trcre jrood ard for irs
-oney than any other bWxl yt-rifier I.eytr ustd.
we the comfort of rav lifcto it." f
P. . Shepherd Norfolk, a., Atrrt:o, i.fe,
nt-s I rifircni on P. B. P. for the preservation
nv't eiirh. I h ' rac it in my family r. v
..irl.' f:3 year, and in U that time have cot had
'h iv2 s doct irl"
Vr,t(. f ir fi;i "1 "Tro!i ot 'U-onSrrs,"
. .. ,r iXi.A CO . AtiM.'. St i.t f rt .-.
N royal gr.;A.i nJ
i 111 mw
I 'Children Cry fcr Pitcher's Casfor:i
REPORT OI tho CONDITION
I - ' : OP . ,
m Mil HATIOiJAL BAHK
At Salisbirj, in ths Stata cf N. C.
'At the close of business, March 5, 1891.
Loans and discounts ..
Overdr.ifts, secured and unsecured
U. S. Bonis to seci.r j circulation
Due tram approved reserve agents. ... . .
Due from oilier National Banks....
Due from State ZUnks and bankers
Banking house, furniture, aad fixtures..
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Checks and other cash items, 90 IS
Bills of other Banks, 3,500 00
Fractional paper currency, a
nickels and pennies, 85 10
Legal tender notes, 10,000 oo
Hedemption fund with U. s. Treasurer
(5 per cent, circulation)
Capital stock paid in $53,oco Co
Surplusfund 2,5oo Oo
Undivided profits 8,s53 i
National Bank notes outstanding -11,850 00
Individual deposits subject
8,125 IS 191,505 C
'. 12,000 00
'. $310,8111 Tl
Time certificates of deposit,
Cashier's checks outstanding,
Due to other National Banks.
Xotes and bills redlscounted
State of North Carolina, County ot Rowan, ss:"T
JTI, I. H. FOU8T, casliler or the above named bank,
uo solemnly swear that the abovestatement la true
to the best or my knowledge and beller.
I. II. FOUST, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 6th
day of Maron, 1S91. u. i. DAVIS,
Cokkkct Attest : Notary rubllc.
r. j ."holmes, )
;o. A. BINUMAM.V Directors.
DA. AT WELL, j
IS RESERVED FOR
T. F. YOUNG,
WHOSE ADVERTISEMENT WILL
APPEAR AS SOON AS HE RETURNS
FROM THE NORTH, WHERE HE HAS
CONE TO LAY IN A NICE ASSORT
MENT of dry;igoods, dresslin-
INGS, TRIMMINGS, EDGES, LACES,
A. s7 HEIUG.
Attornoy .A.t Iiawi
SALISBURY, X. C.
Ofiiee in Dn'vis i Wiley's bank luiil Jiiifr.
eorneg i)f Main find Inn Us streets. Will r:ie
tiee in Courts of Rowan ami adjoining eount!e
Prompt and ear.-i'ul attention -given to all 1ms
iuess entrusted to nie. Special attention given
R. LEE WEIGHT,
ATTORNEY .A.T LVAV,
SALISBURY, N. C.
V'ill -practice in all the courts of P.owan and
adjoining counties. Prompt attention given to
all matters pertaining to my profession.
Feb. 12. 18'.1.
Childrvi Cry for Pitcher's r "toria.
This is a-Home Company, manufacturing Fertilizers expressly for
the Farmers. Every pound of goods guaranteed the Highest Grade.
Best Materials. Farmers will always get value received when buying
goods with these brands on them. Don!t buy apy goods until yoii cx
amine carefully what they are offering, and then get their prices. Ex-;
elusive manufacturers for the North Carolina Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of their brands : North Carolina Farmers'
Alliance Official Guano, Durham Bull with Peruvian Guano, Durham
Bull Ammoniated Guano, Peruvian Substitute Guano, Great Cotton and
Corn Grower Brand. -.
Mr. W. H. WouTif.
Dear Friend nnl Hrolher : I we
votir n-qtifst to business agents who
Jjot the "Alliance Guano" to report
how the person likel it, nud how it
acted on our soil. I have wen or
heard from all, ami tiny say they have
never iwl let!er, ami wish it next
season if they e in get it.
J. j-oles, lius. A-t N.180.
Having decided to go to Danville, Va.' to
engage in business, I will close out my entire
Stock, consisting of ' '-
25,000.00 WORTH OF
m mm m
COST! H gOST (.(),,T,
AND LESS THAN COST!
This Stock must be closed out at once. 7itiyraiul
opportunity is now offered you.
February 20, 1891,
JjlOl 1 1 yt mix x kJAx. jl
I bein the new year determined to create such advantages that my friends- who
haven't time to Vome down to Charlotte irml see my immense stock can stay at
home and buy as satisfactorily as if they saw the goods on the floor. I have put a.
i complete line of photos of - "
.1.,. Hniliti- oiwl Rtvlo nlinVtst as well as if - VOU . HIW t1)C good
iiemselvcs. I gtiarantec every article
, .. .i. '
inti it so you can leiurii iuu guuu? iu-uichhu . i.m -1 --j
REFUND YOUR MONEY, - -
Bv ordering from rac through photos you save paying thebig prices smaller
lealers charge you, and vbur railroad fare to Charlotte. ,W rite me for photos
of what you want and I will guarantee to both, pleu&c un4 and save you money'.
E. M. ANDREWS,
CHARLOTTE, X. C.
Office: DURHAM, N.
DURHAM, N. C, and RICHMOND, VA.
Dr. J. I. Coleman, of Hunlle's lills,
writes: .Tiie Farmers' Alliance Official
fJuano lnis "iven -reneral salisfaetion
in this locality, anl we rejoice that
thH much ot our euorc in wnm .
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rruano lias wen
.1. II. Lvi:0, Uusiness a'ent of Dult li
ville Ailiance ay: The "Alliance"
Guano has g"ve entire sal'Uf. ctifin.
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just as represented, ami- if yu Hu nt
T ,-ill I im rTrirnOi .licit II W:1VS
Hon. J. D, Allen, Tre.?snrer N.C
Ailianc". l O. F.ihs, N. G., sny -tlint
th- 'Allnnce'" Guano ;jave him
and his Ailiance mA resulls uhl
iovel rirst-c'.ass in everjUva'.
T. I). B n ker, M:ywool. .X. cj
nn.ler date of Aujjpt 1, 1S0O, Kiy.-:
MemJwrs of ilaVvO Kl Alliance lit;? i
ihe 'Alliance" Guano Klciidid.
Il .d the lest erp Jo-haxiC M.'eu i:t
a lou time. . !