THintsuA y, jvi.y in, isui.
Mr M ;. S'.jUrown cameiiLfrom Danvi'dct
Mr W". M. Linker'.- family are sick
with ineuIe;l , . "
:Hoc the nov advertisement of Klult
t.,mi Armfieidr of Greensboro, is
Visiting in th'urcityi
The street Pars are crowded every
horning and evening.
Mr. I)-A: Atwel4 and family left Mon
day fur: Ulowiug Kofk.
i Tt.Vr rt rhtinir editor is still indisposed
iii'lisposed to fight or work. '
Citpt. H. A. Judd, of the Stanly free
hold Mines, was m town nisi r riuuy.
Don't fail to read what II." & L. Wright
have; to say in their advertisement to-day.
There was no prayer meetings at any of
the churches Just ; night. Preachers being
absents " -
If you want to sec a busyhiee go to
Mr. Watson's oiJicer-applicants for di
Last Friday a traru passed through
u.li-l.nrv iroiiiir Jiorih currying 210,000
Rev. C. li. King left Monday .-for his
nnniiid vacation, lie will visit his boy
hood home in Baltimore.
i Mrs. Margaret Lentz, of Mt.' Pleasant,
hashcen spenditrg a lew days Avrth-ucr
friend in this city lately. ;
" Mr. T. K. Ijiiuner ofR.ileigh is visit
in friends atMfTehitives in this city. They
..are all glad to sea him back.
A reception will be given to-.nmht in
xi .... Af T.illin ltfll: At, llw rf'.vi(l(MlCC
of Mr. and Mir. J. P. (Jowan's. -
xL.otnr U'.kIjj Tl:irrlfi- tho Dari'n devil
.! It'll V i ' . - ' -' - - - - i
has been in, tliis ofiice several times this
week and has been "subing" our devil.
A!"- r'..l ,fr.l.h pntrinnor nil Wcst-
'i i v w.w.., . --o
I'rrir roadjbiihis wck suffering with an
inflamed aim wITfCtTih real ens erysipelas.
J l'.ro. J,.LRUiny came up from Ral
eigh' last-night. ' w ill st:y over to
day and ste the first issue of his novice
out. ' ' - " ' - V " " .
' - Mr. J. AUeuJ'.iown and family will
li.ivi. tu-iiiiimiw for Stturkliiui Catawba
jn in-s. Mrjllruwa will Voinahi only a
" The new fivc-stdry h'ot -1, corner of
"Mmi M5iii.l 1 irnis sti ls. is Hearing com
pletion.- vvhen finished it will bo well
-Tiring" your job work, to the Watch
man jab oiticu where vol can-get a great
variety, of type and material. Satisf'ac-
Miss Alderson, the lady wno has been
running the millinery department at Mr
J. W. liostian'slias returned to Baltimore,
lie r. former home.
Mr. John. I). Barrier, of China Grove;
moved his family to this city last Friday,
lid is here iu the intereit of his spoke
nud handle factory.
' Misses Josie and Laura L'nn, of IUi-
hois, who are at 31 1. rieasant remaie
i Seminary, are spending ji part 6T Their
: vacation in the city.
A copy of the National Economist, ad
dressed to 1. F. Crook, iu care of the
'."Watchman, is coming to this ollice, for
which there is no call.
A pleasant little party was given by
Mr. John L. Boydeu at his father's resi
dence last Monday night. Mrs. J. P
Moore chaperoned the.young folks.
' Since the death, of Dr. Cope iu the
lower part of the couuty young doetors
have sprung up like mushrooms, three
' have located in his field to practice.
Mr, W. II. lieisner roturncd from his
(Visit north Tuesday. "Wlule his visit was
' a social oue, he djd not forget his busi
"ess, but brought a uew lot of goods with
Mr. George Vanderbilt passe'd through
bury, Tuesday, on his way to his
Jvehoine atxriltmore. He forgot to
Tay us a viitj he docs not know what he
The North Oaroljua Horticultural
Fruit Fair will be iu session ,at Grcens
bro, An -Ust the 1th and 5lh. The
Watchman returhs thanks for a compli
a number of the Salisbjury peo-I'le-ar
t-pehding the isummur season out
fyr Some are at Connelf v Snrinirs.
- j L o J
iiheiuier Sinings and other places of
health giving qualities.
. A subscriber renewing his subscription
"ays: "Unclose nmnnnf fur vnni riiiiinr
I- i 1---..
CaLIint ibk tilt !... t : . i. . t. . .
inuiuui 11, -A IIIUIK Ik vne OCSX
paper publishedTor the money." ! llc"is
ot a member of the Alliance. . - 1
The editor of the Watchman will as-
ne editorial coutrol and have the bus-
a uianagemeut of the Concord Stan
dard nexl Mmwi,.. i . i
- -""u"j-. x uu laper nus ueeu
rum'hl telf for soW mont lis.
. fr. Rumple expects to return from
.?wing Rock next Friday, 17th inst.,
uill occupy his pulpit on the follqw
Wg feunday, His family will remain in
of u,c Watchman wero
W 1,UUV,1,e. Va., Hcvei-al days
!u UlU0-V 0l of them was placed
I The Salisbury District Conference of
tie M R. e-Iiurch, South meets in Albe
marle on the 2& inst. Secretary of (lie
conference; C. Montgomey, rays that
reduced rates vi!l be given from the2Ist
to the 2Slh inclusive.
The thirtoenf h Jinuvtal Mafudc Picnic
wi'.l be ht-ld iu t'leiiieut Grove, Mockr
ville, C, niursdayy August tth. Lawn
party at night. This office returns thanks
for an invitation to attend. There will
also be a reunion of Confederate veterans.
Wheat Unednng is now iu full blast.
The Watchman is anxious to know the
largest wheat raiser In -Ho wan a irtlj ad
joining counties, ror ilus purpose it
ask s, those who are interested to give re
ports to this effect, which will be pub
Captain Crocket with his corps of en
gineers located their camps in "Charlotte
Moriday. Charlotte gave them lihcarty
reception.- They will soon bo in the di
rection of Salisbury, and Salisbury should
be on the look-out that they do riot give
us the go by.
. County officers of the Alliance will be
elected at the July meetings for the en
suing year. That the directory In the
Watchman may be correct, county sec
retaries arc j-equcsted to report the re
sult of the election as soon as the oflicers
A joint picnic, of the -Methodist and
Presbyterian Sunday schools wilj bo held
five5 miles from town at the' Granite
vuarries next lucsday. All arrange
ments are being made; to make this one
of the most enjoyable ever held by these
Dirt has been thrown fo? the erection
of a sccojid factory by the Salisbury Cot
ton Mills Company. The brick machine
will soon be in operation. The factory
is frontingtlrc first oue and will be the
same width, but three hundred feet long,
one hundred feet longer than the other.
This oflicc acknowledges the receipt of
a copy of the handsome album issued by
the. Greensboro Chamber of Commerce,
which contains the photos of our towns
men, Messrs. T. F. Kluttz and S. II. Wi
ley, officers of the North Carolina Steel
o iron k wniuny. 1 no vnolc u'orlc is
oneof fine art, for which thanks are re
Mr. J. Ambrose Stewart, of Miranda,
left an old direct tax receipt in this office
a lew days ago, Avhich was given in 1SJ4,
according to an act of Congress passed
August 2nd 1813. -The receipt was given
to -Mr. James Neel, Mr. Stewart's grand
father. He luouglit ft to town to receive
the1 direct tax which was levied' fifty
years Jatcr. The ink of the receipt is
slill in good condition, but the paper is
rapidly showing signs of decay.
To llic Clergy.
All the ministers of Ilowan county are
entitle! U a free ticket of admission to
the Southern Inter-State Exposition
to be held in lialergn October- Int to
December 3 1st, inclusive. Tickets are
. .1 i'".. I . 1' M a nil
goon lor i ue luii umc. liioso desiring
tickets will call on Rev. N. S. Jones, of
this phrce, or send him a self addressed
envelope, stating. what is desired.
The Koanoke & Souflicr
1 he peoile a)l along the proposed
routes are doing all they can to get the
road. What is being done in Salisbury?
v c leel sure that if only the proper ef
forts are made it will come this way
now would it do to have a mass meeting
on this matter? A united elfort must be
made if it-is secured. Delays are dan
gerous. borne movement ought to be
made at once. ' I
3Io?tinjr.f County Alliance.
Rowan County Alliance met in the
Floral Hall at tho Fairgrounds, Friday
July 10th, 1891. The crowd in atten
dance was large, and manifested i
deep interest in the work. The full day-
was consumed in the election of officers
... i i- ? - i . . . .
which in nearly every case resulted in
the re-election of the old officers. Prof.
Floyd IS. Brown was elected in the place
of Rev. R. F. Crooks, county lecturer
Several minor changes were" made. On
account of tho busy season tho remaining
portion of the work was postponed uuti
Saturday 2oth of July.
An announcement was "made last week
that a subscription was being raised for
a home for the poor and crippled. This
week we hayc the pleasure of -announc
ing the establishment of this institution.
It was opened last Tuesday and named
"Salisbury' Charity Home." The work
of establishing this home is tlue to the
energy and pluck of tho ladies of Salis
bury. The house of Mr. T. P. John
son, on East Main street, was rented and
well furnished. The house is spacious,
containing nine huge rooms and a -hallway.
The home is under the direction
of Mrs. S. W. Cole, the president of the
Ladies' Aid Society. May this institu
tion stand" as a monument to their love of
Death of. Miss Lizzie lSurkc.
It was a sad concourse of friends who
were called upon yesterday evening jt
5 o'clock to pay; their last respects to the
remains of Mils Lizzio Burke, in the
Church of tho Sacred Heart,
.j A week ago Miss Lizzio was in her
usual good health, and had promise of'a
long and noble life. But a few minutes
before 8 o'clock Tuesday night the grim
reaper called her home, and she will be
with us here no more. Miss Bujke was
highly esteemed by all who knew her,
and the large crowd that gathered yes
terday evening attests the esteem in
which she was held. '.
The funeral services were conducted
by the Rev. Father Mark S. Gross, of
Charlotte. She was buried in the English
cemetery. She was 21 years old.
Ti.tt- utn, r .i... w .....
't ! . .
Something- About Some Sew Real Ks-
tata Icals Messrs. Ifendersofi
Ilatlcn are Largel IutireteI
Tracts-ItjnLt bj -'1?
I ncrense 1 a -Val rie Dar
in? 1h? Past Few
Salisbury dirt is above par.
The increase in value in the past five
years has been about (50 per cent. ;
Land inland near the business portion
of the city has not Increased very rapid-
y, the great rise being in suburban prop
But still the prices aro perhaps 25 per
cent, lower than in towns with the same
advantages and population. The new
cotton mills have tended in this direc
tion, also the Yadkin railroad, and the
prospect of the Itoanok(i& Southern.
Many changes in real estate have been
chronicled in the past fe'.v months.
Most of these were to parties who have
and M ill erect homes and manufacturing
enterprises. "In tire homes of the people
ie the safety of our country."
Recently half of the Shaver & Whar-
ton land lvine near the depot ana con-
.... a 4
sistingof 270 acres, sold for $22,500.
10 c -
riiia . wait rmi-flinsnd hv tho Central
Land Company. This is valuable propj1" TePl llc wrote follows:
erty and some of it has already-dseen
sold for residence lots,
Messrs. John S. Henderson and J. M.
Haden have recently bought 500 acres
vinsr iust South of the Shaver & Whar
ton property. This consists of tho old
Ramsay tract and part of tho Reeves
and Hall lands. It joins tho Shaver &
Wharton park and lies on the Stokes
Ferry road. Tho water works are Mtu-
ated on these lands and the main leading
to thetaudpipe runs directly through
the lands. So there would be no great
expense m getting water. Arraiige-
mcnTs arc being made to build a railroad
from the freight depot to the property
of the New Discovery Gold and Granite
Uompany. it this is done it will pass
through tho property. This track has
been surveyed and streets made 60 feet
wide. It is laid out in lots varying in
size from four to sixteen acres. Hero is
an excellent chance to get suburban
huildnng sites of any size you ; want-
The location is splendid as the ground is
high. and dry, overlooking the city to the
west. No doubt this property will go
rapidly as soon as people see and under
stand the advantages fully.
Messrs. Henderson & Haden also have
sixty-nine acres laid out in lots on the
Brin kle Ferry road and fifty lots on the
north side of the Shaver & Wharton
property. They have 10) acres on both
sides of the Vance cotton mill fronting
ou the R. & I), railroad. This property
has been divided and will be sold in
(juantitics to suit the purchaser. Some
of I his has been sold at good ' prices.
They hayc 400 acres lying on both' sides
of the old Mocksvillc road, SO acres of
ihi lying inside the corporate limits.
This land is liiu.li. gravelly, and will
make; fine residence lots. Streets have
been extended through thf; and some
has already been sold to good men. Mr.
Henderson has eight or ten lotsadjoining
the Graded School property on the W.
N. C. railroad. This is all in the corpo
rate limits. In addition to this he has
half a square on Innis street in a few
blocks of the centre of town which w ill
be sold at reasonable prices for residence
Dunning. 31 r. licnuerson also has sev
eral large and small farms in different
parts of Rowan county which can be
purchased by parties desiring them.
All of this property is for sale and will
be sold at reasonable prices. It is a safe
investment for .speculation or for build
ing on, as the chances are good tor su
burban properly in fcaiisbury to go tup
to twice the "present prices in a ypar or
two. Salisbury is here to stay. New life
has been iufused and everything is look
ing brighter. The railroad facilities,
manufacturing prospects and every
thing make Salisbury the equal of any
town in our State for investment. It
you want to purchase town property
for any purposo or locate for business
purposes, the Watchman can truthfully
say that you can do no better anywhere.
TUE BANQUET LAST NIGHT.
A Good Crowd of Representative Bus!
ness Men Present A rinc Spread.
The train from the east brought about
125 representative business men and far
mers from points down the Yadkiii rail
road. About GO of theso were here by
invitation, complimentary tickets havir g
been sent outrby the chamber of Com
merce. During the day they wero driven
around the city by citizens. Tho fac
tories and other enterprises wero visited.
At.Dight ubout one hundred and fifty sat
down to an elegant banquet at the Mt.
Vernon. This was perhaps tho most in
teresting part of the piogramme. All
6njoyed the fine"suppcr, the toasts and
The citizens do.vn the Yadkin road
all appreciate the kindness shown them,
andjyrvc formed a most favorable opin
ion of our town and people. M sb tit
them returned to their homes to-day and
all wore a smile in addition to other
Corrcsuondence ol the Wutclunan.
Our farm eis
laying by corn.
generally are through
Cotton is looking very
Peaches, apples and
There wilL.be a missionary jubilee at
Salem on Saturday before the first Sun
day in August. All are cordially invited.
Mr. I. K. Safrit and wife returned
home last week after spending several
days with her parents.
We are glad to learn that Mr. C. L.
Miller has moved to Salisbury and is
w' "K me goou or our couu
now wn king for the good of our
try. We wish h m mueh siiiuo
THE FIELD OV HONOH,
Plain Jim Cook Gets Sensitive About
Certain Articles Appearing in the
Watchman A challenge Sent.
For some time little tiffs between this
paper and the Concord Standard have
been of a most melancholy nature, It
seems that Colonel Cook did uot object
to anything except an article iu which
we laid bare the imposition he had been
practicing as to his age. He claims to be
o2ad unmarried. The truth is he is 82
and likely to remain unmarried.
Last Thursday's mail brought the fol
Cowcord, N. C, July 9. 1S91.
J. L. Ramsey,
Dear fciR: Your article last week
stating that I was nearly u hundred
years old was very exasperating. Unless
you retract the statement 1 will be com
pelled to a.k .you to meet me at a certain
time and place. Hope this can be avoid
ed. Truly. J. P. Cook.
To this vc replied as follows:
Col. J. P. Cook.
Dear Sir: Yours of this date to hand.
The article in question waa written
without provocation, but is true, and
if you wish to make a target of your ugly
carcass, all right. Truly,
J, L. Ramsey.
Since my last I have learned that you
have been stating that I- can remember
the battle of King's Mountain: that I
have worn out two sets of false teeth;
that I have repeatedly offered to trade
my paper for a wife and that I have ap
plied for a pension, stating that I served
in the Revolutionary war nineteen years.
Also that I remember the Atlantic ocean
when it was only two miles wide. This
is more than I can stand. Meet me two
miles south of China Grove Monday
morning at sunrise; weapons, pistols; dis
tance J00 yards. Co!. Al. Fairbrothcr
will act as my second. Truly,
J. P. Cook.
Wo telegraphed Col. Will Coley, of the
Mocksvillc 'Times, to act as our second.
The wire between Salisbury and Mocks
ville being down, he failed to get the
message It doesn't matter, for Colonel
Fairbrothcr was in Omaha dodging
cyclones and wrecks, he being a wreck
himself. Poor old Jim was hiding iu the
woods near Misenhcimer's Springs. The
trouble is not over yet.
Dander Kinder (George Johns), lectur
ed in the Lutheran church last Friday
uight. lie is a caunibal, of medium size,
and black in the superlative degree. He
was born near Egypt. He was captured-
by some missionaries and sent to Ameri
ca to see what civilization would do for
him. For nine years he has been study
ing at the Univorsity of Pennsylvania.
It is his intention to study medicine for
three years and then he will go to open
up his native land for the admission of
missionaries. He spoke most touchinr-
I- of the barbarities of the cannibal
tribes. Thcv have a feast four times
eaeh year at which one hundred people
ire killed and eaten. We have not
space to give a full account of his speech,
but will suffice it by saying that his
plea for missionaries was the most ca rud
est that we have ever heard. His slide
and pitch of speech Was eloquent, his
manners graceful, but he is not a com
plete master of the English language.
His magic lantern scenes were good, but
his lantern is rather weak.
To The Veterans,
Things Necessary Citizens Ask for Aid.
The train of Veterans for tho unveiling
of the Jackson Monument, at Lexington,
Va., will leave Salisbury Monday moru
ing, July 20th, at 7 o'clock. They are to
carry with them three days cooked ra
tions, and a blanket each. Last year the
citizens of Salisbury paid the fare of the
disabled ex-soldiers and it was very
much appreciated; many getting to go
who could not have gone otherwise
This time it is hoped, and even some of
the citizens make motion that this plan
be adopted again. Such & kiuduess
would most certainly be appreciated by
the one-legged, one-armed soldiers, and
would only be a slight recompense for
the valiant service which they rendered
Citizens, act at once; the time near
ly here. What are you going to do?
Those who arc coins' are urtred to
place their namos with Mr. T. B. Beall
at Kluttz & Rendleman's store at once so
that ample railroad accommodations can
Poor Jim Thinks Wcnro an Angel.
Whatever can be said about Bro. Ram
iIih Stjiiulard believes that he is
honest, earnest and sincere in his utter
anees. Mr. Ramsey is bold and fearless
He, like all men, is liable to err. weal
err err terribly sometimes and Ram
sev's in the crowd. If the Standard be
liovitd that Ramsev did all this talk
(which we know he does not) for bun
combe, the Standard would loose faith in
him. Ramsev is sincere, learicss n
has t hfi e.ouraire of his convictions. The
Progressive Farmer prospered under hi
work; may it do so
All of Them Give Kntire Salis
Camilla, CJa., May 13, 1891
.fr. II. W. Hubbard, Atlanta, (Ja.
Dkah Slit: I sold last season five Cotton
lUnnni (lins. nil of them have triven entire
satisfaction and were promptly jai? fur. 1
nave sold several of tlioin before and have
never had any complaint, but all who have
used them from me express themselves as per
fectly satisfied with the Gin. I expect to sell
more of them next season.
A. II. Hakrf.ll
Sec ad. of these celebrated riiis in anodic
column. Send for circular, prices and terms to
II. W. Hubbard, Atlanta, (ia.
Salisbury Produce Market.
Corrected weekly by U. It. JriJAs a co
Kggs, 10&12 Dry Hides,
Hutter, 2023 , Green '
Chickens, 25( 30 Unions,
Irish potatoes, 100 White beans,
Sweet u 0 Mixed "
Peas, 7:. ! Flour. 'J.3o(::.00
Kiainff Newt Gathered in This and
"Mlnlnffla a safe ln-,i
or mii.t S .7 . yreui,. u i amo a creator
la isis on the Hurin.- mnd nrn,,.,n. . '
Percent, pcrarnum. The miner ol Uic oredoua
metals dc-s not exchanre; be iRSt K
fthnion!? .Vi ?m instant and Intilnslc valw.
1 lie dollar lie brlmrx in mm uif....i,, i .. . t
added to the wealth ot the wo, "
I he First Gold Foiiudlu the United
WheelcrV History of North Carolina
gives the following account of the find
ing of the first gold mine in the United
States, it being the Reed mine, m Cabar
The first piece of gold Jbund at this
mine, was in the year 1797, by Conrad
Reed, a boy of about twelve years old, a
son of Johu Reed, the proprietor. The
discovery was made in au accidental
manner. The boy above named, in com
pany with a-sister and younger brother,
went to a small stream, called Meadow
Creek, on a 3abbath, while their parents
were at churcjjor the purpose of shoot
ing fish with bow and arrow, and while
engaged along the bank i of the creek,
Conrad saw a yellow substance shining
iu the water. He went in and picked it
up, and found it to be some kind of met
al, and carried it home. Mr. Reid ex
amined it, but as cold waa unknown in
this part of the country at that time, he
he did not know what kind of metal it
was; the piece was about the size of &
small smoothing iron.
Mr. Reed carried it to Concord and
showed it to a William Atkinson, a il-
versmith, but he not thinking of gold,
was unable to say what kind of metal it
Mr. Reed kept the niece on his limisn
floor, to lay against the door to keep it
aiiuiwug. iu me year iovz, ne
went to market to Fayetteville, and car
ried the piece of metal with him. and on
showing it to a jeweller, the jeweller
immediately told him it was gold and
requested Mr. Reed to leave the metal
with him arid said he would flux it. Mr.
weed left it, and returned in a short
time, and on his return the jeweller
showed him a large bar of gold, six or
eight ibxhes long. The jeweller then
asked Mr. Reed what ho would take for
the bar. Mr. Reed not kuowinor the
value of gold thought he would ask a
big price," and so hcjuked three dol
lars and fifty cents ($3.50 !). The jewel-
ca .paiu mm nis price.
After returning home. Mr. Reed ex
amined nud found gold in the surface
dong the creek. Ho then associated
Frederick Kisor, James Love and Mar
tin Phifer with himself, and in the year
isucj, they lound a piece of gold iu the
branch that weighed twenty-eight
pounds. Numerous pieces were found
at this mine weiehinsr from sixteen
munds down to the smallest particles.
The whole surface along the creek for
nearly a mile was very rich iu gold.
The larger pieces of gold found on this
property, according to Wheeler's History,
1S03, 23 lbs.
115 lbs. steelyard w't.
The null at the MoratocK mine, in
Slontgomory county, started up ou full
time about two weeks ago, and we learn
that it has made two of the best clean
ups that have ever been made iu that
Mr. G. W. Stokes, of New York city,
is in the Uwharrie river section of Mont
gomery county, and is getting ready to
do some work on one of the gravel de
posits in that locality. Capital and
good hard horse sense 13 all that is
needed to make a number of properties
iu that section pay well.
Senator Jones, of Nevada, has bought
what is known as the (4Gin'.' mine, in
Stanly county, near the Yadkin river.
The shaft is down about seventy-five
feet on a very rich two-foot quartz vein.
The property was bought from Messrs.
T. J. and J. L. Crowell. ;
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of .all in leavening strength.
Latest U. S. Government Food Keport.
JOHN H. WOMBLE,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Dress Goods Department.
Ativ l i.lv wihincr to buy a Dress Silk or I
V0ll;UIl will write me stating color urnl
About wfrit ririre poods they ihsirt, I will mail
samples cheerfully. Our Irt?s lools stock is
the most coim.lcto in the South. If you have
saumU-s t'rom any northern house send them to
me and 1 will match them.
JOHN M. WOMBLE.
;;;,,, M r'r Hrej-s doods l-'t.
1'lca ,e mention the W ati hmas n Kelt J ;u w iUr.
WH AT IS IT ?
Kluttz & Rendleman want all the dried fruit, berries, etc., brbught to Salisbury
We want you to know tliat we will give you as much for them as the market
affords. Eighteen years ago we began bnsibess in this town and by always paying
cash for what we bought ami sticking to our motto, 44 The besUgoods for the least
money," we have been compelled to enlarge ijur store-rooms until uow weliavoT
six floors filled and packed with tho most desirable goods " ' '
' SALISBURY ;
has ever seen. We have the latest styles of Dress Goods and are anxious for thpr
ladies to see them. Wo aro prepared to sell goods and will sell them cheaper thai)
any other house in the place. Look at some of our prices: At our store you-
. WILL GET .."
twenty pounds of the whitest sugar for $1.00; coffee, 20 cents; seven grades of flour;
fresh hams, crackers cheese every week at lowest prices. Alamanco at 5 cents.
Wo have arstoek ot shoes equal to any anywhere alouj: the proposed route of
AU kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Always make our stores your headquarters.,
even if you don't want to buy, it will give us pleasure to show you ourtcoods and
tell you how cheap we will sell them. In our back lot you wtll find feed boxes,
for your horses.
To the wholesale trade we offer special inducements.
Yours anxious to serve,
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
This Space will be occu
Constantly on hand from
All the leading makes.
vou on arm mait; yuur
work more pleasant and easy.
JNO. A. BOYDEN a CO
Fresh Garden Seeds at re
Clover and Grass Seeds at.
the lowest prices atEnniss Drug
Be sure and call for a bottle
of 3 Cures. Jt has never failed
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and Sick Headache. I can give
vou first-class refoTenccs in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. For
BE BT TIME.
Don't wait till you get sitk to get a
bottle of Enniss" Diarrhoea Specific, but
come and have it ready. It will save you
a doctor bill and probably your life. It
is speedy cure for Diarrhoea, Flux, Sum
mer and Bowel comphtiuts. It never
fails to cure it taken in time. J
J. H. ENNISS.
to see our stock
It will cool
with that of all. her friends go ut to ihc t. S
bereaved taulily. '" 4L.lj 10, 1 .91.