JL. EAMSElV Editor and Proprietor j
VV 'j!;i;SvTji'TliN KATES,
''.One yt-iu-ui advance
'.Mix'aoi:th .1 . .
'" t 'lu'a i live ; 1
Club of lcHor ii?uc
whVj.ufe watt ai SallaMify, C
: TIH'jISIMV. MAY 2$, 18J1.
in-VT:MA isorjsan of the ilti
yr m liu: 'f.fti and 7th CaJigressioual
..;Jr.tr.:t.-. , . .
V.vinivAX"'has 50-per cent more
,-tyrnniU,n .than auypapcr published 111
' .SalVmtry. j i
'TJi riTAiSVILLE IANBHAEK
.V1.TD THE SU-TREASUHY BILL.
vThu Land marl; ''of last week con
fainbi -two anJ a quarter columns more
Ja,. o... u!r.Tiv;'isiirv ouation. As
niJiV Jiii f-xpected, -when that paper
-. tri'-r it ran ulak out a strong case.
? ' ?.,.-. -h-iiii";-! to Raw it claims not to
lniv: nntii.'iicc to discuss so; mud
jtiooniuiMo. The sub-Treasury has
onjy fj.ceii sprung upy ' uyi.v
. aici:tlf's;eenjm(T7itbs, At first it. had
Jew ;u!vocate. but it is grouhig in
favor sfcr-tlily. Owing! to certain iu-fiutuc'fs-
fert;er-.)ersons favor it in Itr-
WA than any ether county we know
of! yvi-iently the 'htndiiiark thinks
..' fori thai ! '.'asoii that it hasr but few
' is. Well, all thi will be tested
on.- of jiiese days. ,
- i 1 Tao ivriter is -free to confess that he
h4, Relieve m it when first dis
Vued. W'ev'-t bought it toocumber
:,;n!"t;.o costly." We thought other
S ..i-.:il:on could be enacted that would
iili :t!:Lill,-. Hut the more we study it
" " Ua'..bit!-er it gets. 'As editor in charge
uf hl.t; Btate Alliance organ, the writer
' t i'V i:;'- say a word ' in favor of the
ji!:iir for five months or more, but
;ur;tllv the wisdom of it became
i, conspicuous. ' For this reason we
d i -posed to )C patieut with 11 per-
of small calibre who t oppose it.
j!"4t sucli men as Senators Vauce and
iile and Editor Caldwell should be
lo talc 4 it in by this time. -
1 ; v
T;e Land mark did say: "We pass
i he matter f the vast expense of
'.ling these sub-treasuries." Jfow,
t,Witi an nsse.tive objection but
t is one ot t he very mutters that it
iil : uve discussed..
i T t- :c.c du we criticise the leaders
hat i!n y are keeping' Up a pi'elense
x t h- omiiOoratie party is at enmity
lih.lhe-favinct'3 and tlmt in indenend
political action lies then only iiope
reliet lrom tlie evils ot wlncn they
Again the Landiiiarh is' mistaken.
'J'iifl AfTiauce leaders do not criticise
tieSparty more than another In the
South f tliejl democratic party is the
uimihantc out. If there is any mis
doing in governmental affairs thedom
;nant partyrniust be the guilty one.
In the, North but little is said about
lie detucrats, for in most, sections
ti.tv are in the minority. Hence the
mistake iuade in asserting that the
'ieadeU" pretend tliat the democratic
pally is responsible for all the niis-
The Jjandnuirkiiis. Tound a hair too
line fur it to splits It is the statement
1 but "membership. in the-Alliance docs
li M .absolve- the member from alle
giap.f e to his party as a citizen."
We ftiily explained J-hat two weeks
tig". We said thai no member had 1
right to work ..for his party in an 'AlliT
unci meeting, but outside he1 could put
in all Ins ti:ueMfor the party of .his
choice. Tnere is nw hair-splitting in
tiaf. A cjifurch member would not be
u'lowed tojilake a political speech or
.tnythii.g ql tlie kind in th church
b it insinbei-idnp in the church does not
absolve hiin from allegiance to his
party. I f t he editor of the Landmark
it a uiember of the church ho m:iybe
::lie to grjtsp the situation. If not, he
iuav require the assistance of a niis
sionnry. ' .
The Landmark says that Messrs.
"-Mills and Carlisle declared' it uncon
.stitutioi,;il, UHdemocratic and paternal
and that thy proved; itf- Maybehey
did to Ither satisfaction of the Land
mark, butfthey didn'j; "satisfy' nwr all
tiu-ir cjiisituen.ts, and as fast as thel
m sure is grow ing in favor they must
jnt v -riiad. 11e.11 ly ;aotal -failure.
The L tudmarl: insists on makin a
fl-e.lt r ieket about the nuiltiplicatiofi
ot feder.d officers. It does not av
ivvhrtt iiarm federal officers will do,
bevei-.V; VVe siiPDoft Hihv will
i . t . - . - .
Io be paid, foj one thin"-.
0. a mil uoe
: li tj matter, i 'Ihe managers of WUre
.nis.-- nj.ly get $r,D03 pr year; a
H is wi piy that seyeraj times-over to
i. -in iM.ig. fs of prirnbv wntr houses.1 Th
. i ; . : i . . ;
1 naif. oapj.K'iis rik iie
nr in.. .. er won id
luen in:ve too urreh ntt nmn'v , r,-,i.:
not b:o:ided. . Norih aiolTiia would
i i i. i r: tiu u; iiiiny Or Mi ! !ii
xv houfs. Avlf-it weight would
thidy of t!iMy-n.veiijffagers h e in
; ii elcctro i?
There would not be over
J welVe or fourteen hundred warehouse?
in.lhe Uuilcd Stales. " What could
twelve or fourteen luuulnxl meit d?
in a country of sixvfoiir pillion
jieoplf? Such stuff is dry rot, pure
t.... r,j,,b 0vnl,;,, wav the Ure
. . - ' . I d
piilHc btiihbng matter by provwg j p
: ih,f :!,' St.itville public
building will save the government the
magHiticent sum of $000 Ter year in
i- . 1 . A
rent. If it saves the government mai
much it , is bound to .s-ave the people
something. But still that is nothing Nation was l,y63,40U,il0, or SoZ.Ui
ifter all. The government simply
'.VIlllUI iiw a lis
owners in the town of .Stutest ill in
favor of the public generally, that is ov 4.97 je: capita. In JbOb we had come a factor in the national cam
exactly the sub-Treasury idea. We 032 business failures; in.lS90, nearly paign next year. There is another
.,,. ,,nw nMx-inn- pnorinoHS rents, ware-Ml
"-."" i"V"0 - ' .!
, - , i,, Q.,A,
.... bV, " . . ..
prohts to private jwrties. n u,tf
goTernnient to relieve us ot tins, imow
how much difference is there in a pub-
lie building and u public warehouse?
V.T-.J' 1 ... A .i i.....
vv 111 our eswi..itiur..., 1
rise and explain.
The Landmark quotes from Mr.l
Titdenwhen he s "The -gorejn-
iiat they can do lor tneniseives.
Tlmt is exactly our yay of thinking.
Your Uncle Sam Tilden had a levnl
head. lint it is right for the State
aiid natienal government to build
, , ,
nostofhees s that the public can have
all advantages in getting their Emails;
it is right for it to build jails to hId
criminals, and court. houses where the
people can go and get justice, and to
. , tt 1 rp-n 1
pay ludges. Your Uncle lilden and
" j J 'Ms'-
Uncle Caldwell iiave )th said this is
right. Then is it not right that the
farmers should have tlie protection of
the government in selling their pro-
ducts? If it is right for the govern-
ment to protect her subjects from crim-
i mils it is right for it to build ware-
houses and take the farmers out of the
hands of unscrupulous capitalists, stock
ambi'ers and a combination of bond-
1 . . . 1
Two weeks ao we asked the Uind-U
mark to discuss the sub-Treasury as true of the army and navy, the officers at times to occur, and the only ettka
follows: f)f w!,ich hsive come to n'nvd "IP""it- cn.as way of dealing with them is by
. . . . .
1st. Is there a necessity for sucha
2dr Would it accomplish the purposes
3d. Would it be unjust to any large
number of people?
4th. Is there a better plan? If so ex
3th. Wouldrthe cost Inj.too great?
5th. If unconstitutional, paternal or
utldeuiocratic, state why ?
Here are his answers:
2. No, - -
a. Yes most of all to the fawners.
4. No. Any plan that contemplates
the.idea of the, goverunietit establishing
equally good,- is "hopelessly wrong' iu
principle and cannot be so amended as to
6. (a) The" landmark is not a lawyer
and tries not to talk about things ii
doesn't know anything about, It notes.
however, that noluwyer of any reputa-
turn regards this measure iu ; cousutu-
uawu-Buuip, iu cvci, vvumj, iiuiiiwiiiiug A. . ., U..,..U V.Mv... .!.... D am hv making promises that sue
an .army of office-holders thi.ee times a " ?""6' t, jj Mufc. .
great as it has now and loaning money at ciety was sent by his government to ." ' ' ' 7' 1 ' l
anoininat rate of interest to one man iigate the locust plague which is rZ f.Tt the Jl
aim not to another, the secuntv he 11 or o v o lenoeierl flls nlg!:..! ion. Out the gen
a matter we are guided in forming an left ot the insect expert was his skel
opinion by those who do. (b) It is pater- eton, whiskers and necktie-the rest.
liK-nt shall take charge, of : the private
business affairs of the people, coddle
them, Miiise them, aud help them over
all the rough places in the road. (c) It
lis undemocratic because if democracy
does noti stana tor non-intervention by
the government with the affairs of the
people it doesii't stand for anything at all.
$qme oC?fhe most Important ques
tions he disposes of with "no" and
yes.''1 We think that the govern ment
has as much right to maintain an army
of office-holders as it has to maintain
anything elsef provided it needs thehi.
If the: government can warehouse
the surplus of the staple crops ad
benefit the producers in many ways at
leas cost than it is now and luu been
done by foreign capitalists and corpo
rations, that it is right. We believe
it can. r
The Landmarks-Ays no lawyer of any
reputation regards it as constitutional.
Cl. Harry Skinner, of Pitt, who first
s iggestei the idea, is a lawyer of ho
mean reputation. Mr. Calhoun, of
Georgia, is one of the most brilliant
lawyers in America;, he argues that ; it
is constitutional. Some of the ablest
lawyers in North CiU'oliua have ex
pressed the opinion that it is consti
titional. llie buprenie Court of tlie
United St;ltes has sustained paralel
ClStP. Most Of OUr hlWVPN nr.. nnf,.
ral politicians, hence they don't care to
admit tlmt it is constitutional.
W e insist that the Landmark discuss
each point thoroughly. He lias no!
satisfied Jiis reader. It must be plain
to him that ttie people m this country
are thinking and watching. Those who
oppose the measure aranot nil ready to
come out boullyi Tlnw who favor it,
so f;rr, are becoming more ami more
eonyin-M ll-.ai it is rightJ It ki(
rave (jueshoii tmd shuldi not be dis
posed of with a wave of the hand. We
r spectfulty ask .e Jwdmark U keen
on witli lhe good work. f ' '
T BROKER DOSES.
Now and thpu'the iponey-making
machines of .thin piintr? are stopped
for ear they will ,niake loo much.
This would be against a few bond
holder.. Again our nioner carpenters
constantly changing t he style. In
elisirf tuna ailvpr nuarrerrf will anoear
We don't care
"iin new pan is o...
...1. f .. j1 . i . ..1J a mnnor iVO
' ""Y . "i
want more oi it.
warn, more c,i : ,. -
. . .. ! -r t
hl our population was
282. The amount bf-pioney in circn-
per capita. In 1890, with a popula-1 is
linn wfc i""v' v.vv.,VYv. ,j , .
ony hil,l 300,999,082 in ircuUtiom
i ii. . aii: . . it ..
io i lie finance men, ami uiul is
In 1800 we had a national Gent or
2 7S3,0()p,()00. We liare paid on
-. tl :lltpi.Mf nnnuni on bonds,
etc 193 931 301 or uWiy twice the
flJ (p tL W" vet owe
1?183,334,08S. At the present prices
f nmrlnrrs. whieh arp so low on ac-
nnni nf r.rtutrr.Hon : it will riuire
mrtrp meat nil Cotton to naY the
t r- 1 1
nii ;n 1S00.
It seems difficult to make the public
men of this country understand that
the peoplo do not wish! them to appoint
- , 1 . 1 l
their sons, daughter, and wives to
poMtions uudt;r theiu. lhis govern-
ment is not a family altair; for -more
than 00,000,000 people are interested
in the honest and official administ.ni-
1 c t. it j 1 1
tion of its affairs, and sooner or later
the masses will demand the enactment
of a law forbiding two meinlers of one
family holding appointive Federal
offices. There is some i such law, or
rule in existence regarding the depart-
nients at Washington, but it is a dead
letter, and there are hundreds of cases
in the'departinents where as many as
three or four members of one only
fa mil v. in some instances, father moth-
- . ! ! ; .
er sous or daughters, are hanging on I
government teat.! The same is
, f .1 . 1 , ft I
ments for their sons to West Point or
.... ..v ...
quisites. Ihese, things are resulting
in buihling up an olncial class that is
as obnoxious to the averagi citizen a
, 1 1 1 ri
a titled nobility won d be. Here is an
opportunity for some daring niembei llaVB ,eM ScVpri(l t.OMfBreniW. It i.
of the Fifty-second Congress to endear "believed that he will be compelled to
himself; to the people and make a last-
ing reputation by standing up ajid de-
j- ,1 1 1 i i. r- 1
manding the absolute: demolition 01
this class und family structure. Who
will embrace it?
Even scientists can be foolish sonic-
times. M. Kunckel Hrculais, presi-
doing great harm in Algiers. While
ex imiing a deposit ofi locust eggs he
became very much fatigued and went
to sleep on the ground. That was the
, . , , . . ,
lHst of ,m Au """"Oii.s swarm oi
the locusts began the investigating
business cm Uieir own hook, and all
tneyate. iviorai: i ever go to sleep
. . . r i -r .
on the ground when swarms of locusts
Jottrnalism is rapidl v becoming the
f.Vf f m11 i1,m ,.Finn- !,.ifli J.,
, , . i i .i
eountrr and abroad, ami there n a
scramble amoiig the prominent men ot
the world to write signed articles for the
newspaper. Lord Randolph Churchill,
a brilliant though somewhat erratic En-
... , u , .
giin uuoie.uau, ... just, oeeu eug-geu
by the London GrapUic to go to Mas-
hohaland as its special correspondent,
If this thing keeps up we shall have to
,,:rlu Innl r Mvn f.n nrSh,fF .IHimi
weuaCan.utfa inat uui ueru ...
The heaviest blow" the present civil
service reform system has recievcd is
th Droof. as shown in the case which
, i i ,1
the resignation of the son of commis-
sioneroi tensions, uuu experts can
successfully personate ignorant men
in the civil service examinations. If
tharsnrt of thin I? is trt bo rontinued it
r.-., . ......
civil service commission in the market
as lurcnandise to be held tor the-Jitch-
The cable news contained a queer
paragraph the other day. Here it is:
Charles Dudlev Warner has returned
t t .. ii -ri L
iroiu uis loor oi Li.e jasc and is now ,, ., ri
. ., , , , na it mighty poor polities,
... V? 1 1 1 1 . t 1 l o I I
m nuuir. hv iu i.i cooipiei.eu a novel
ilepicting American society." Did the
distinguished literatenr go abroad to
study American society ?.
liUDlXl is certamlv an "iimoozin"
T - - r
cuss." Having lcen left without a leg
t stand on in his ridiculous demand
against this country, lie now tells the
Ifalian people there was nothing of in
ternational importance1, in the "New ().
leans affair, and that it is only a h-gal
quest ion. ;
OTJR WASHINGTON LETTER!
TheThlrd Pnrly llaiim'.H Viclfd Son
Itlaine aud Harrison New District
Corre3oadeBce or the Watchman.
Washington', May .25, 1891. At
the Farmers Alliance headquarters I ,,f
here there is little disposition fto
cuss, for publication, the new bnrn
pe)ple.s partv. Notbnig but the
kindest feeling exists on the part of
ii.. aii:...,,.- i i. '. ..
u ...., u.,.iu. .-
v. but it is easy lo ee that they tear
, , r .
fancy in its formation ; and it is p.e
sumable that they vish to see bow it
ivceiv-M before committing their
! ich t Vui-ir I.. rak i-kioljii-tTt' t T- t 1" r
l, ., .... I . " .
A . 1
voer;irI , he ,leW p,. rt v, if it kto U-
ill LLU mill" 'i ill
phrase ot ttie matter that is not pleas
nie chHritCter, or rather lack of dn.rac
ter, of some of the men vtho have
elbowed their way to the front m the
P:l.r!y' 4'T7 . "P" f
tdioroughly we.ghed before the great
iiiia-.ce couen;ion metis next reu-
ru;irv, and after ail that convention
will reallv decide whether tlie third
Prty shall live or die.
no , 11 1 1 1, 1 1
iie irouuie wi.icii- resuiiwi -in u.e
resignation or ti;e sun 01 i niun
1 .ijiii 111 ini run iu t;i i iol ti.i. .1 it w i
new iiud interesting .tspect, having
!tten into the bauds of ihe District
Attorney through the cffwi ts of the
Civil Service Commission, which ft?cl
very sore on account of the trick that
was idaved upon it in connection with
, ,-- .',, .,, : t. i..MC;,in
Office. Commissioner Koosevelt, who,
whatever his faults uiav be is never
afraid to publicly spend his opinion.
; 0,1 the sui-ject : 1 am alighted
to learn that the Attorney General
, . , . ., Tr
has turned t it case i.Vt'i to the Dis,
rjt.t Attorney. We felt very sure
that the testimony nude out a prim
facie case against the four men,
St rami, Johnson and Smith -
anu iinib it was our ciear amy io
promptly report the case not. only tp
tlie UMds of tw departments' in which
the men were serving, but also to the
Attorney General for such .-.ction as
M" - 1 night see ht to take. Ihe nr.s-
. . . ' .' '
: egel to be cm tv is of so serious n
.i",. rti1't ,V1 (ini.-i f!o no h.ss.
Otf.Mices of the -kind indicated are sure
imillMUlllli I lU-.'IIUl 'I . 1 ItC IMOItlOL.
' , . " . 1 t'.
and vig(rous action ot Secretary Ad-
we in tins matter reflects the greatest.
credirupon himsi If and the admiuis-
What the Disirict Attorney
w 1 i
Mio wiiii ire-si" ases is a qoe.-i.oii noor
11, , , 1 c ,
I whli'li ir : 1 1 1 I tllH At orilfv (n-Hi rii
1.. .. ii : . . . .. 1
to do something by the Civil Service
,-'yoiiion, i. cm iw.... uieuouoi
casu upon uu 11 piie.triiiii;. ov ine
.. , .,' 1 , , . ?
I ne.f. rnwr. one man i-riaul i;ilf nn tv-
:.min;ltj(.u umi u .-mother could
'e pronndetl. and is dr-tenniiied to trv
1 - .
and rehab htnte itself in public est -
in itioM bv its energy in ousli n" tin
prosecution of the detected olL uuYi
erai impression is inat ne wi.i even
L 1 I I HI . . I 1 A I 1 I
cuaiiy uo so. jnniv ueiieve mar n
I I 1 . . . " i XT I I
win ao so as soon as .cecrerarv ioile
returns to the itv, which will Le in
side. of ten day-;. He is regarded as a
very unfortunate man. but many of
his personl and political friends h
not hesitate to suy that the bet thing
he can do i to resign, in order to ie
lieve the administratioirof embarrass
Mr. Harrifon has not up to this
time attempted to take up the hanging
threads of any of Mr. blame s partial
ly completed -reciprocity agreements,
but 1 am informed that an nnuig
,u-!''' " " sausrj-crory ro nil
I - . . . Ill "
concerned, wherebv. in Case Jlr. Ulame
, , , t
decides to go to .IMaine instead ot le-
turning to Washington, Air. John
W. Foster, thegentleinan who iveenth
Kent to Spain tor the State deprt-
mei,t anu ifVMi-
ty agreement, wnicti is now in : Mr.
tt - i icome M-
Harrison's adviser in all matters per
taining to reciprocity, in short a sort
of deputy Secretary of State.
lIlCHOryoi Jir. ixaiiie S oeillg
mi i. ...... e . fit .. io-..". l
, , , , sii, y fo ,;wJ d ,
ll saw a letter that be dictated less
than three dvs ago. and it. was in
hjs su.,l vigorous style, a style which
cannot be counterfeited.
The presence of a considerable nnm
1. 1 .... e i : . i i
oer r more or less in o u i e i nepuo-
.. . ., . , '
beiieve(i that lht ...ppuintments of the
new United States Circuit Court
judges are about to be made, although
there are still some people who think
:n l i. i :i ..i-i....
gress meets. Ihe rumor is also re-
v;vaA i,..f Af,. ii, ,o,c nn.
pointing at least three IJe.noorat
a nong the judge-. Perhaps be will
but if so lie will greatly surprise a
good many, people, myself among the
number. It would, of course, be
nigniy Jionoraoie ning lor mm to oo
it t i i ii.i- i i i
out, ins i uciii nsMicia.es wouio
The Japanese policeman who club
bed the future Czir of all the Knssia's
with the flat of his sword, is noweligi-
I 11 o f nr micif uui i w I li nvv n 1 1 f v
ttEEN Victoria has had a ispw and
nobler titie. than all she bad before,
bestowed upon her. She is iimv n
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
No I:V,s:cr h? Frrc c';fslc-
The ad litip:) to our circulating Me
dium iin to the present time which
free coinage Avon hi have caused could
not have exceeded fif tee njmillion dollars.
Such an addition would have been a
great boon in the present stringency
1 1,,. ,., miirl-pt Th nrwlicf.on
dis-jthat European coin would be sent here
j if pur mints were ojened to -free coin-
are of silver is idle. Europe needs all
her silver coin. It is all held iu reserve
for her redemption of paper or is in
circulation among the people. It is the
people's money, which cannot be with
drawn without great inconvenience.
It is circulating on a par with gold at
a ratio of 15 to 1. This is a' valua
tion higher by more than thr-HJ jer
per cent, than that placed on tlie silver
in the stand. ml. There is no silver
coin in the World which is not valued
higher thaniour own, except the Mex
ican dollar, which contains a little
more silver than there is in the stand
ard dollar of the 'United States. The
oulv cheap silver in the -world
is the small ncctiHi ul.,tion of
silver bullion now on the market
That accumulation not oi!y depresses
the price of silver, but wi;bs down
the price of all commodities. Senator
Sh u art in Jane Forum.
Will the next great national cam
paign hi! American tin vs. IJriti-di
TnE democratic caucus of the Flor-j
ida legislature should eithtM- go" into
perpetual executive session or crib its
A heautiful steel plate engraving of the nation
or!:c'is of the Alliance and all the sute preslJcnls.
This :s a handsoaie trroap, beautifully executed.
It Is copyrighted bj Uro. J. W. Uenmark, of Bnl
eigh, nnd will be given free to any person who
subscribes for the Progressive Farmer and the
W'ATCiiM.vs both for ooe year at the low price of
fl.oo for both papers.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria!
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leaveeinn strength.
Latest U. SCiovernment Food Report.
.Salisbury hu3 lonp been ia need of
aaoiher fir.st-c!as3 CLOTHING AND
GEXTS- KL'iiN ISSH ING STORE, and we
are plad see II. k L. Whigiit coming fur
wan' to fill tin- long-felt w;int with a
line stock of Clothing, Hat-, Shoes,
Shirts. Colors, Cutis, "Ties, Cravat.,
HaieUerelnef: and Gents' Funiishintr
Goods ut lower prices than ever before
offered in Salisbury. 3
They have opened their well-selcc'.ed
Ftoek in tlie storeroom furnierly occu
pied l.y G. . n;ht us a furniture
store, "on .ori.!i ;.!n:n street. Their l;us-
i:ies3 will be ftrietlr firt class no
Cheap John" and up with the latest
styles. Their prices will astonish you.
Many people are anxious to learn how
they ure selling so low. For their-hene-lit
we will say that they bought their
entire stock directly from headquarters
of manufacturers. They pail the cash
and got the discount, ai.d' with the as
sistance of a friend of thirty years ex
perience in the clothing trade were nble
to purchase their stock at lower prices
than formerly sold. Of course they will
give their customers the benefit of their
fi-ST barains anJ wiH enable the citizens ol
Salisbury to buy goods cheaper at home
than they can abroad.
Just think for one moment what
money will do, and then hear some of
their prices : You can buy of them $30
to 4!) suits at ?2o ; $25 to $30 suits at
55"" 18 to 20 : $20 suits at from $15 to $1G,
and so on all the way down.
they can open your eyes on prices of
Wool and Straw Hats, all of the latest
Jggf Their stock of IJoys' Clothing is com
plete, and way under the regular prices.
They alio carry a well-assorted line of
ladies', misses', men's and boys' Shoes
from 75 cents up.
Fine linen Collars only 10 cents.
Latest styles. Linen Cuffs only 15 cents.
A handsome line of underwear at
prices never before offered in the city.
The battle has begun against high
prices, so go and examine their stock
v helher you want lo buy cr not. and be
convinced that the above prices and
qualities are correct. If you do you
will be the best pleased soul in the land
W 5 0 i
V Salisbury Trodnce Maiket.
Conetua weiklj by P. If. Ju.u& Cp.
Kg!, id 12 ; Dry' IIHca,
liu ttor, 2025 i Creen 4
Irish potatoes, i JOO
Sceet " CO
Pens, I G5
Corn. ; 72
TOD. CCO MARKET.
Corrected wce&ly ot Planters' Warehouse
Ilrtiika for the mouth ending March 31st
hare been Unusually good, considering tlie
bad weather and roads. As ret-there is no
visible decline in the market. U"c advise our
friends to sell as soon as possible.
Below we cjuote:
Common Lt-.gs, 2a4j Vrap'rs,good, Sa2o
Good " 4a(l Fine, Zo'i
Bright " CjalO Fancy, 35a4(i
Fillers, common, 5a8
Unequalled for the Cure of
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Chol
era Morbus, Summer Com
plaint, Pains in the Stomach
and Bowels, &c.
look at This i
Wc are now recoivi-Hg the
largest and best assorted stock
we have ever carried.
Read a few of our prices:
Pant goods, 10c. per yard.
Brogan Shoes, $1.00.
Dress Goods from 8c. to $1.00
Men's Shoes from $3.00 to
A full line of men's and boy?
The cheapest line of Groceries
If you wish to save money,
do not buy until you get our
We mean business.
i ll JULIAN S CO.
Waiter A Wood's Rcnpors and Mowers arc
Uic best on tlie market. Tliev have been fullv
tested Iiere and have iiiven satisfaction in evcrv
trial. They arc durable and simple. Can refer
you to any farmer who has used them.
Call and see me before you buy; examine ma
chines and hear. my prices and terms.
1 am also agent for High Grade Fertilizers.
C. T. BERNHARDT, vg.t.
A LIVE BARGAIN.
We have a line of Ladies'
Breast Pins that we are sel
ling until June 10th at
All good goods and fully
CHAKLOTTE, K. rj
Douglas'. $-1 Shoes,
Douglrts 3 Shoes.
Douglas' 3 Shocf, ladies
Don -las' 2.50 u
TheTiDprecedefltfcd-lfa.de of tlie
10 days made in necessary to buy largely
to fill .the zn? id a great m.iny Uew
goods this week. Ever since the iin ii,,,,
ration of our great cut price sale in fi,
clothing that department has been fi!e)
witli ready buyers. No sale like it ever
held in Charlotte. When we advertise n
cut prices we cut. Every body unUr.
stauds lli at now. 'We irever nd'trtje
what we have not got, nor name piiccs
wp no not take. When the work vi the
Rack t is done there wilt be no livin r
mortal who can say truthfully we ovu-
m I failed to keep faith with the public. -
If the man Douglas, the man from
Brockton, had known us as well v c rC
known here he wonld surely have knowti
that when we advertise his shoes that
had the shoes, and saved biiiitif iho
ridiculous position of making or jirfsiKt.
ng in the statement which everybody
knew was. untrue. In the onward in;tr h
of our business we canuot afford -to stoj,
to save hiru nor any other eonibiaatioH
which 'falls in our way.
Carpets and Mattings have had their
due .share" of 'patronage "in the great iuh
for good values. Never sold half srt
many as this spring. Not many fTavn
now until we reach the Butler Ltiildir."
and shall inaugurate a special Sf
(.'rockery -st ud Glassware to run for ;;ti
days. A lare stickof these :vous will
be closed dining lhis sale for the lack of
W. J. & E. M. DAVIS,
' Fresh Garden Seeds at re
Clover and Grass Seeds at
the lowest pric-cs at Enniss' Dniir
Store. - -
READ THIS !
Ie sure and call- for a bottle
of . Cures. , It has never niiied
to cure Dyspepsia, indigestion,
and Sick Headache. . J can give
you "first-el ass references in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. For
BE I N T ME
Don't wait till you rot .iik to get a
bottle of Enniss' Diarrhoea Specific, hut
come and bave it ready. It willsavcymi
a doctor bill ami probably your life. It
is speedy cure fur Diarrhoea, Flux, Sum
mer and Bowel complaints. It mur
fails to cure ii .taken- iu time.
J. If. ENNISS.