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Abo Dciat a Edit 3 f.
pne year in advance
Ktx months -k
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TIIUliSDAY. JUIA'-23, 1891.
" The AVatciiman is organ of the AiM
ncein tho 5th and 7th Congressional
. l)istricts. "- ',
1 I The Watchman has 50 per cent more
eireulation-than any paper published in
ANSWEE THESE QUESTIONS.
The parlizan prcs3 persist iu attack
jng the measure proposed by-thc Alii
unee. AVe would jike to see their an
swera to the follovving questions:
JIow ubout'inc! -easing the amount of
circulating medium' ; to 0 per capita?
Then thcrb u lha ' proposition- to de
mand stringent 'laws prohibiting the
dealing in futures what about it?
Jlowdo vou like the lfee coinage oi
silver? is this whoTeswie? "YVc
demand laws prohibiting alien owner
" ship of land" and usk for the reclaim-
in" of all lands now held by nliensaiu
foreign syndicates and that all lands
not actually needed by railroad com
panies bo reclaimed for actual settlers?
Tlien conies the demamt that all indus
ries have au equal showing by the
.'nvprnnient and that the existing
r- - . -
heavy -UriCE tax on the necessities o
life be removed: Isn't that goodV
llow do you like the idea of a grad
' . dated .income tax? Would you like to
have the revenues limited to the neccs
sary 'expenses of the government?
AVhat lo think oi the proposition for
rigid,, honest, and just" state and na
tional governmental control and sup r
. . vision of the means of public' com
intuiication and transportation, and 4"i
this control and supervision does not
! "remove the abuse now existing, we de
, iiiaird-Uic government ownership o
such means of communication aiu
1 transportation ? And Iasthow abon
the election of . Uiiitetl States senators
by a direct , vole ot the people? You
have directed your fire against the sub
. Treasury plan all this while, now tel
ui j.tst what you thinly- of the other
demands. They are3thiniorii:g for ex
pressioiis on.the sub-treasury and dt
houncing every one who doas ' no
speak, out to your liking on just t hi
one demand. I$ow v;e ask that you
i unbosom yourself to rtha dear peoplu
'r on these otller important issues. Your
, course on the sub-Treasury will har
l ,-' liiouizo only with a frank expression.
' llow about it?
' Ve undertake to gay that if they
vould answer these questions at length
they would shov,Jn spite ot all efforts.
hat the propositions are essential.
" Anjong all tl;e reasons assigned for
flepressiou tho need of Imore money
stands out most prominent. It is plain
fli.it Coutraction is rapidly reining the
country. It can't bo idleness on the
part of our people, for they now make
iuord grain, cotton, tobacco, etc., than
. the world needs. :
The voluma- 61 business transacted
by tha eopW of the United States last
year amounted, to (the enormous sum
' l.f 8130,000,000,000. When we live
deducted all reserves in hanks and in
he national treasury, and ..ether public
funds, we would have but about
. 00,000,OOQ iu inoney avaiiLIe for
our business not more than one-half
of u cent on the dollar of business
- But we are told that the deficiency
was made up by checks, drafts and cer
.ficatesof various kinds. The report
of the contraiier of the currency for
130 J shows that SI 23,000,000,000 was
thus supplied to meet the demands of
d: the busiaess of tlie country. Ami
vhat was back of all those evidences
of money? 'Absolutely nothing but
i . ihe cbaugiiig, univhahle forms ot in
dividual leoponsibility, fortijjed by only
-si fraction of a cent on the dollar.
i Talk ab jut iniiation! Was there ever
jiiflation so euonnousuid dangerous as
ihis? Wall street is always willing to
! Jiave iaflatioa i nhe can do the Jn
. ihiting, and thereby rob the people of
i their hard-ourued wealth.
y The sub-Treasury plan is one of the
j fueans suggested to change this state of
dXiifs. .AVe believe it will do tho work,
bat it any otber plan should prove
Jwtter after iHie deliberatiou, . then it
should be adopted.
, CIGARETTE SMOKING.
It is a great pity that the last legis-
iture did m it pass' a law making it i.
4-riminal offence to manufacture oy tell
igartLs. TLousauds . of boys " are
ratling themselves by this dreadful
ju'aet.ce. Dozens. go into the i.uane
4s)nuuis of this Si alt every veaiv L
- j ' . I I
jsaid Iht, the. manufacturers , jul
Ihe iobaceo orl
some rr nmosiljrm in
paper that increases the desire to use .
- i -
theni. Many show it in unsteady
nerves and in their countenances. We
tin"ers were mIIow, caused by exces-
km". Jt is becoming more
iiidjiiore alarming every day. Almost
everv bov smokes them in towns, and
it is onlv a ouesliou of time for them
A lw.,.Atua , memo fit 1)
vrec'iM iu other wavs.
A. few persons all over this coimlry
seem to think strange that t here
should be a general uprising of the hs
masses and thaflhey insist on certain
,.1i.imot.j l-.ifi(r in.'i(l3. The truth is, a
t-"iiw .n .-- - .
.w rso,is nro treltm ulonff alt
i. iim ... i- ..i ..rt,.i ..r
the strin-encv. Uut the fact lemains
hat there is, need for irhangrs, nud
tneVV lil SOUU IWIllV. IU iruo huyv m I
, i. n u ...:n 1
i ij- . if r-i L-i-ij i
years to Lt't into mis irouoie; .
vears to get out. The first plans
may be discarded, but something will
rrow out of it and before long.
Hknuy Wattekson, savs Hill can'
not, bn nominated bv the democrats,
. i....r ...I..r
ami cives a iiiiiiioer oi reasons ui.
But Watteron's political predictions
have never Wen very accurate, ami it
is not probal)!e that this 'one will be
followed by the announced withdrawal
of Hill. Mr. Wuttcrson should read
what Horace Greeley wro!e of the feel-
iims that influence a national conven
tion in inal&ug a nomination Here
it is, and it is Toll of truth and hard
horse sense: ''Those who compose
national conventions are generaliy
least shrewd politicians. They want
to secure xa - triumph if for not better
reason than they hope thereby to
gratify their own personal aspirations
So! they consult, uud compare, and
balance popularities aiuf weigh proba
bilities; and at last the majority eentei
up.oirihat candidate who can poll mosl
votes. 1 ins may not be our noblest
test of statesmanship, but it is at least
rn t , in e ' .i: I
1 HE i aiionai iieiorm iissoeianou
of which Hro. Hal W. Ayer is mana-
ger, sent but this week a letter, con-
tairiing valuable information to tar-
mers concerning the wheat crop. The
plate matter is gotten ui by theAmer-
icau Press Association. It is supposed
H.,f iWr.v fM.-nw'wwl -lw, rrr-nn , bl-
tos-s with information of the contents
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uie itiiti aim ii u u tut ioiu iu nuiu
tli-3 letter. At airy rate they have
failed to send out all the letters, as it i:
to 1 he interest of speculators that the
facts be concealed. This is the first
bit of evidence showing rascality in
unexpected quarters. Truly -the peo
ple must dethrone these rascals. Go
for the sub-Treasury and turn the ras
Ex-CoxanEssMAX Pekklns evident!
h id not consulted the oilieial figures
when he had that interview iu which
lie represented the State of Kansas as
being in a critical if not-dying condi
tion. He said mouey could not be
borrowed in the State, and vet returns
from thirty-eight counties of the'State,
recently published, .show that during
the month of June nearly a half mil
lion to be exact $474,G71 was bor
rowed on farm mortgages, and that ilie
faria mortgages paid off in in thesame
period amounted to 73-1 ,3o2
It is.71i flic ul t fcrpick up 'a newspa
per which does not contahi the denial
of some, politician of prominence or
would-be prominence of the authentic
ity of a newspaper interview with
him. Some people might suppose -"that
this means that the average newspa
per reporter is a professional liar, but
it doesn't. It means in nine cases out
of ten that the party interviewed has
heaul fronrhi.s master all politicals
have masters and that he must repu li
ate what he had previously said.
Tiih English 'Snob" buys the Court
Jouni.il and reads ot the doings oi
royality at Windsor castle with a thrill
of pridp, and the American "snol'
just fairly gloats over the details pub
lished in all the iuet.op:Iitan newspa
pers of the number of crabs caught by
the President, the color and lit of his
bathing suit etc., while sensible 'people
wonder why some big-bramed man
doesn't start an anti-snob paper in each
of our large cities.
Sj-natou Stewart, of Nevada, will
have to join-the Farmer's Alliance in
order to get into congenial political
surroundings. His radical views "on
the silver piestionvwhich he never
loses an opportunity of 'publicly ex
pressing, are getting him roundly
abused in the editorial columns7 oi his
party, papers, particularly i:, ihe middle
and eastern States. I:
The Stanly Xt as bHpeves in ghost,
tariff reform, spring chickens, mumps
and ulo believes that Eobiusoif Crusoe
As alliance between Ihi cf
- . . . . . 1 ,
t,gland and, the sirmy or ueunauv
would make tnoc countries uie cmi
t roller of Europe for a decade to come;
but it bv no means follow that be-
cause the Emperor of Germany has
itably cntertainl by 1'
er,the Q.ieen of England,
such an alliunpe will be made.
pent a letter to the
Watchman this week for puVJicalion
in answer to the Concord ! Standard's
strictures on the price he aked for
coming to Concord to lecture. We
refused to publish it becauie Hill Nye
a hlockader hiding fromjthe revenue
. , i
V erily, strange tiung are taking
nbiei! in the io!itical world when dem-
ocrats of Jventucky are geLing rrutied
over the prospect ot being: dele.ded by
111 II A II. II,.. . 11,11
jf - itM; whifb knows what ohlitical nart v
tue rarniers Ainuiiee. tv i i i.-
v...- - , t
mi ill l. I a :
win carry at me next eiequou.
There is ro mueb money in London
that it is impossible to dispose of it
Thousands of England's popul ilion live
from hand to mouth, but tt--noble-
mini Iimi-o iiifr.vi r.innul ilititi ii(PV K linvv
1... t .i r:t TrT -.Tn. i
wnat to do with, liie ignited states
" At . .
is on uie same kjou.i-.
Til P. political bo tk-mikers are oiler-
uig-big odds against me presidential
chances of Shelby M. Culloni, of Illi
nois, and Isaac V. Gray,' ef Indiana.
The l"IV' of their resjiective States do
not in the eyes of political gamblers
stand for "in ii."
One democratic Senator Kerns, of
West Virginia is out tlal-footed for
the nomination of Cleveland, but so
iar he is very lonesome. ; Mr. Cleveland
isn't at -.ill popular with the senators ol
It is an ill wind that blows nobody
good. The bad crops' of Europe ar
oil-set by Americans bi crops, ajid
the farmers promise soon to become us
big fiiianciailv as they liave-already be-
AK0THERk'surecure for consumption
has been discovered. It is hoped that
its use will not ptove as; fatal as Koch's
lymph has proved to be.
peopie ate 10 oe oeiieveo
i i . . i ii i ii-
M- U "aiiel lll IU Si lO U IU 00 ! WUl l(Hl 1 !1 Ulld
I lli ri lll" lit ; 1 1 I II "I
inverted into a mamiuoth penitenti
TlIEIlEis danger of someliddy got ting
talked to death by the political educa
tors this year. , (
eventually ruin America if nothing
P LUTOCK AT I V li U L13.
Desolation Maud Poverty
JMark tho I'aMuva.v of ilu
Iowa has mortgaged indebtedness
averaging S2AXJ0,000 to every county in
the Staiy. county !pays the monied
aristocracyAvhich legislation has impos
ed uponjbe peoj)le, an average of $1(50,
000 iiiyfnterest every yb.tr on the niorl
gage lands alone. " lii addition to this
eacJi county will' uvejrago as much
irjore which is paid as dividends on
watered railroad-stocky and other cor
Illinois, our sister State, placed $10,
000,COO of mortgages on her real estate
in one year. There was 1,233 foieolos
u res on 1 13,507 acres! valued at 81,
0fJ2,53G,and the foreclosures on town
lots amounted to 1,0 jl 2S7.
Glorious country jthis! Sharp,
scheming, avarieiousy greedy cormor
ants who run t lie iilitical m c 'lines'
on the one hand, ami hard working,
passive, doif t-eure-a-eus-onh -o-I-live
works on the other. : j
If the government: jean loan money
to the banks it tan loan it direct to the
If it is right to loan money to an
association of individuals it is right to
loan it to an individual.
If the government! has to issue bonds
to borrow money, how can it ever pay
the bonds off in moili-v?
If the government scan make money,
a:id is the only poweri that can mare
money, why does itUsue interest bear-
ing obligations to get it back from the
people? Ortmiiwa U'orld.
0,000,000 morl gages.
02 per cent, of business done on
, 31.000 millionaires.
r00,000 tramps, j
1.200,000 idle men.
1,400 part of population own SO per
cejit of all t he we.dtL
23 per cent, of wealth pays all the
Annual interests per cent.
Annual profit 3 per cent.
No need of any a'jiance.
" Tariff ami whisky 'the only issue be
for the ieopl. - j
llow long, Oh, Lord, how long?
There are 'b st farmers" in every
farm community; men who understand
t he business and attend to it properly
It will pay the best xperienceil farmer
to find out how theiJe men are conduct
ing their work. A really gool farmer,
.is a rule is gratified to be recognized as
such by his neigh bcjrs and will cheer
fully jive tiieui thebeiiclit of his ex
pei'.eiJtt. Ch'ldrcn Cry tr rr's Qzzt
"OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
Contest f tr Hpcakprsljip Free Coina?c
Hank Indian and Norman Trouble.
Corrc?pon icnec or the WatoLman.
Wasiiingtox, July 0, 1 SOL The
contest for the speakership of the next
llousc is ettin. Wan !;1J(
llv i;,,.; Tho .op
of the positions of tho candidates hits
undergone a change, and now repre
sentative Crisp is thought to have
taken the lead from Mr. Mills, conse-
quenily-the friends of the other candi
dates have begun l0 talk of unvlhinLr
to beat Crisp. M-issr.s. Mills,, Crisp
and McMillin are now in this city and
neither of them show the slightest
disposition fo consider the li-ht won
oy anyoouv. w lien iur. mills was
thought to be in the lead it was at his
head that all the adverse criticism was
I I 1 . " i " r - ii
uui ic i, now ii. is at Jir. Lrisp. jic is
charged with being , a prohibitionist
and also with being the lobbyist can
didate, and yet the active canvass may
l . t 1 liri .
oe saui ur nave just - neguu. v nat ii
will be a little i n no one can tell, fur
ther than that it will be
lively, and that it is likely fo occupy
consuterauie sjiact! in Uie newspaper
Hie manner in which some of Ok
more prominent democrats now hen
and others A'ho nave been
meeting of the Ohio democratic
convention, treat the fret
plank in the platform adopted bv that
convention, has brought forward the
doubts which were freely exprosed
while the democrats were ostensibly
battling for flee coinage in the Senate
last winter, as to wh-jthcr the demo-,
cratic leaders were Rally in favor oi
free coinage. At. that lime there were
many shrewd observers v. ho expressed
the belief, founded largely iij)in the
previously expressed ojnuions of demo
cratic Senators, 1 hat. they would r.ot
have supported the ' bill if they had
supposed it to have even a reasonable
chance of becoming a law, and now
from what has been i-aid by democrats
man believe that the piank was only
inserted in the Ohio pl.ilform as a bid
for Farmers' Alliance votes, and in
the h.ope that -ft would prevent the
nomination of a third htate ticket.
Such suspicions may be entirely unjust
but they naturally, arise from the many
tricks which i lie professional politician
has in the past played upon tin; people.
There is a general feeling of regret
among fair-minded, broad guago peo
ple that Indian Commissioner Morgan
should have severed the relations
which have .so long existed between
the Indian bureau and the Catholic
liureau of Missions bv declining to
make lurUier contracts with (hat
reau for conducting of Indian sc!
this is tne culmination of a controver
sy which began with t he appoint merit
of Commissioner Morgan, i.pon whose
confirmation by the Senate such a haul
. 1 I . 1 ! 1 1 I 1 . . .
aim long ugui was mau ; ti:e eat Ik. lies'
have maintained th..t Comiiiissit.jici
M"organ iias coi:siantly discriminated
agai nst i he:ii on account of religious
prejudice, "w hile Mr. Morgan has con
tended that the Catholics have thrown
every possible obstacle in the way cj
his mailing reforius-in ti e Indian" ser
vice, lie claims that his action in it
tusing to make any more contracts
with the Mission bureau, the head of
which is located here, will not intei
fere with any of the Catholic school?,
on the reservations, as lie will make
contracts with those who conduct the
schools. The other side could not Le
obta.ned because ihe ofiicial.of the
Mission bureau declined to distias the
matter for publication at this time.
Secretary Tracy is the only member
of the cabinet in town lo-day, but Mr.
Wanamaker is expected at his of! ice
The negotiations for the arbitration
of the disputed points in the Pehiin"
Sea matter are not making much
progress just at present, although
every day or so Sir Julian I'auncefote,
the Ihiiish Minister, goes down to tlif
tate deji iitmeut and ha a conference
with the Assistant
State, Moore, wlio is in charge during
Mr. I Maine's abs'iiee. The facts of the
matter arc that both sides are awaiting
the report of the commission which
has been sent to the Leal 'Islands for
the purpose of making a thorough in
vestigation. Uoth countries have ap
pointed a commission, and although
the- are both on the same errand thev
will walk entirely independent of each
other, -each commission mailing its re
port to its own government. When
these reports are submitted, if they
agree ai to the condition of things it
will be plain sailing to arrange the de
tails of the proposed arbitration; but
should they dis.tgr.ee there will be a
very troublesome hitch, which may in
the end upset everything. -I
A bullet in issued by the Census of
fice gives t he product ion of gold and
silver in the United .States for the cal
endar year as, gold 1,D0,SG
ounces, and snver ul,3l,Sol ounces,
that h-ing. about 23 per cent, of the
worlu s entire production of gold and
41 per cent of silver. j
Secretary Foster will go this week
to see Mr. Harrison, but nobody seeis
able to say aut horitively whether it is
a social or an official visit. It is prob
ably a combination of both.
A great many people who belong to
the extreme partisan class are con
stantly'proclaiming the profitableness
of agriculture. If a farmer don't make
money and enters a complaint about it
they say it is his own fault and thar if
he would only give his farming oper
ations the same eare and attention that
a business man does his he would Lave
no reason to complain. A good, way
for these people to test this irkatter
would be for thein to buy a farm and
try the thing for themselves. AIm u
two ears of iulin life be irxf oi
, the pudding to them
ri'T THIS IX YOUK PIPE.
Plain Tacts and Sharp, Tithy Saying
frora laf.ma lpors.
The California b inkers are getting
some sense into their lieads. At the
Los Angles bankers' convention they
even discussed a resolution that con
tained this proposition: uThe founding
the issue of iho eurrenev nnnn ihe
wealth of the whole nation.
LverV sign points with an un moving
hnger to 1802 as a year destined to
furnish the coming historian with po
litical innovations that mark the
downfall of plutocracy aed the begin-
ingot the reign of the people. Close
up the ranks. Farmers, fait into -line!
I acihu Union Alliance.
The plan of the government issuing
money at a low rate of interest upon
landed security direct to the people.the
same as it is now loaned to t he national
bank's with their, bonds for security,
has rapidly grown m favor and has leen
approved by the various industrial or
ganiz itous, after a full, fair and free
discussion. K a n sas b a r m c r .
Syndicates are being formed to buy
up the foreclosed -farm mortgages iu
Kansas, in order thafcthe farms nury be
:ented out to tenants. This is a trans
planting of European landlordism to
oar own bel tvenrlaiid. E.iglwi caita
;s being poured into the busim-ss. Isn't
it about time to shut out alien owner
slrip of land in this country?
Why are the enemies of the farmers
alliance turning all their guns on th
a! nance sub-tresury plan? Eicause it
will save American working people
about yi,(K)0,( 100,000 a year in the way
of interest. The laloiiig class pay i. -terest
on 20,t;00,0p0,0( K a ear at an
average of S cent;,; this amounts to
81,000,000,000 animally, while the in
terest on the same at 2 per cent., is
0100,000.000.; tve the point! 'Every
dollar ot this goes into the pockets of
Shylocks, ami their henchnieu are
squalling '"uneonstitutionall" at the
ul-lreaurv, but are as obedier.t as dogs
and as. imiie as mice w hen a 2,000,000
syndicate v.aiilsto borrow mom V out of
tiie United States treasury.
The farmers of Ohio bave lost 35,
000,000 during the last ten years on
their wheat crop alone on account of
tho demoisit iat ion of silver. Is it
strange that tiny are determined to
"Ingallize" dub n Sherman thu arch
traitor to their in! crests?
is making a grand
Since Feb. 1,140 new
sweep in Texas.
sub-.diiaiices have been organized.
Six hundred and five alliances have
been renewed and recharteivd and four
new count ies have been added to the
list since April. Every officer in every
depariiuent and the ofiicial organ are
in thorough accord and hanm-ny, and
every one is doing everything p;sibb
to make tin; T-xas ;1 iaiue th.
grandest, one in the Union.
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in vest (
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ii ri-1 . i ! ! 1 1 1-1 ! i .ii ron if 1....
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!;iid otit per (flit, in len years.
wniie monev loaned oat on Pond and
, ; i.
mortgages lias paid 7 per cent. No
wonder the moiic -lenders oppose the
We may 'exact every m ney-h nder
and b iuker to oppose the sub-treasury
plan. The only universally profitable
busiues.s in tlu United States tp-dav is
money-lending. In the p st tvvenfy
siVc years they have legislated the
value out of the iroductive industries
of the laud ami into the idle bond.
The farm that was worth ten thou
sand dollars. t weiity years ago is only
worth seven' thousand dollars or less
now. Tho untaxed, ten thousand
dollar interest-bearing bond of twenty
years ago is now worth twelve thou
sand nine hundred dollars. "How are
the mighty fallen."
After your Uncle Josiah meets Hon.
Hen Terrell he won't feel quite so bi
but he will know a heap more. -
Seattle (Wash) is Maid to-have 2,000
idle laborers standing arouul the streets
with no prospect of work. It would
be inteit-slaig to know how many of
lose- poor 1..
lows carried a kerosene,
the last campaign to light.
torch dui ing
them o: to victory for "protectn n"'
or 'j'rec-lraue. 'ihev semi now to
nave secured ncitlier one or the ot h
hunger and nothing to
fkoji ti:x s
Crop Ilcports Shootim Affrays A 111
The wcat crop averaged 22 bushels per
acre; oata 40 busliels per acre; corn is
Vol look'cjg very wery well, owing to the
ill. ulh; cotton looks tine.
' A shooting affray occurred near Cob
mail Cty yesterday between lii II Au
'drews and jJavid Taylor, i ti which both
parties were seriously but not fatally
iiijuicl. Tho cause of the affair was an
oid ti cJ existing elweeu them. Taylor
went to the lot where Andrews was cur
rying some horses, lie began insulting
ma. wiin violent in reals, and linally
drc w bis knife and began to move on An
udjs. And rows ordered him to stop but
he would not. M'hen Andrews drew his
p stol and began firing on Taylor. Tay-ia-
relumed thu fire and shot Andrews
t avouch tho arm. Taylor was shot iu
ihe breast. Andrews had several Ugly
:nife wounds. Both parties cameto
town a:id surrendered.
Anotheriihooting atluir occurred a few
days ago.; Jlr. CJIass was milking his
cows when his wile and two hired men
slipped up behind him nud killed him
instantly, j The men were hired to do the
killing. Hiswiie had tried to hire sev
eral olheii hut had always failed. Glass'
wife refused to let tho coroncrV jury
oring nmviiiio tne nouse. Jig lay in the
cow pcu an ii"m;rus blood was licked bv
the dogs, j Bulh men are in jail and live
woman h;ts given bail for the appearance
m court. ;
The Aliancc is booming out here.
am not u iuember but still ain in full yui-
patiiy wiljlMicr aims ami purposes.
Scccvs-; to tLc Watchman.
A Clkvklanu Dov.
, ColcmaVi'ty. T.::-, Ju!v I'J.
Failj 10-Ciit Diankn Kiitore
Unequalled for the Curoof
Dysontery, Diarrhea, Chol
era Morbus, Summer Com
plaint, Pains in the Stomach
and Bowel 3, &c.
Look at This!
AVe are iov rccpiviog t lie
largest aiuT lest assorted stock
we have ever carried.
liead a few of our prices1:
Pant goods, 10c. per yard
rog;aii Shoes, 1 .00.
- lress Cioous lrom Sc. to
Men's Shoes from So.OO
A full line of men's anil hovs
The cheapest line of (Jroc-eries
Ifvouxvish to save liionev.
d ) not biiv until vou ret our
We mean husincss.
D. IL JilLlAr! & CO.
THE KORTII CAROLINA
College oi Agriculture
will lcjfin its tlijr.l sessifi!i o;i Sepu-mbcr Ihl.
wltli iuci-cjisc'l facilities ami Aiiiiiaiu-nts
in every (Icpariiiieiit. The past ?ucce-sfiil
year has given ffirtlicr evi.lencc of U jsractica!
:ilue, and itd yijiin men arc ulreaily in de
mand fur resio(ihle positions. Total vi
$100.00. Kavh County Suj K-riiitciuh nt of
Kdncation will examine a;licaiitd' for admis
sion. Tor catalogues, inldrcss,
ALEX. Q. IIOLLADA.Y, Psidont,
liALKKJH, s. e.
Wc arc closing out the remainder of our
Summer Clothing and StrarII;tts at cost. Wc
do this in order to make room for oir
Mammoth Fall and Winter
Come and sec us and you avill get a baiu;aix.
Wb have just received a niecline of mens
and boys' Pants, dark shades at rill prices. Also
a new fissortmcnt of shirts of all kinds at low
pripes. j Wc still keep a full line of collars, "cufls;
trunks,) valises, etc. We solicit your patronage.
Yours anxious to please, - ' ' '
Walter A. Wood's Reapers and Mowers a.
ihe best on the market. They have been fully
tested here and have given satisfaction in every
trial. They are durable and simple. Can refer;
you to any farmer who has used them.
Call and sec mc bcfoic you buy; examine nia-
oniues arm near mv nnccs and terms.
also agbnt for High Grade -Fertilizers.
C. T. BERNHARDT.
W, H, & R, S, TUCKER & CO.
Spring, 1891. .
von 10 ,V li ti Y hi m N
Wc arc now Khowlnjr ft mnenlilpf nl linonrit
nooclsfor early -srnir. cu!bnM:itiv tlic'v-i- m v.i st
ri ilrtaml stilpes;t:amcl's Hair, chc: lots' lu r' i
ti tsis, sorjjre, etc , etc. ' ' ' .
Tills promises to Do tno most ryorable soasonfor
" ULACK LACES
pver known, and wc umr liavc In. stock, a Hdc o
ror volume aafk b;auty or design, cxcell our t rroriH
any previous y;ir.
t)f White tioods, EmbroMcrles and Ijicrs our
dlsplny ih by f;ir Hio-yreatt sr wc have ever laiu'di
A nil cver wuerc in t m nousc- in alt oi our u (j0.
paitmcnts. lay now be scon m?w" ponds, intnrhl
low for cash, and offered to the people (t f.rth
Carolina at as low prices as any house in the traflf
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT,
We have made this Mall Order LuslneRSi n sneij
study, with the ultimate otjovt in vlew-or peril A.
In? t lie svstem Kothat lt will afford to tiiofer. h
reside In the inoht remote parts or our statr
convenience of shopping In the best-Pry Unotfji
m.irkci In North CurnUna. The business drmo
t hrough this channel has steadily increased iiTirit.e
the sMson Just closed, showing a greater i it i,i.
tkinate Increase than any former season, an.i P
will use every effort In our power to make ; ir tj ,.
w'hlch we are now entering even a greater suotss
than the oac Jiiot closed.
We cheerfully send samples; and would iiko fft
Impress upon our patrnns the Imixntar.ic. vu, n
writing f-r s.unp'es, 10 l e aa explic it as .siijh . ,a
that we can saHl them suitable sfinipli s iii. j
of a lot which may be entirelj dirfercni lrca v.Lai
they want. v - .
our prhi; raiabK'iie will be ready April hi. nr.tl
will be m.dUd In e upiiiuilH!ll;Uioii.
goods DELtVEi:n riM:i:.
(KxT-cpt Kurnit4Jie and 'rockcrv y t
tn all t- iiili orders of S'.oo aixl over, we' will io.
IP. r phis live to ueaiebt Expn a i.fllce or ua
W. If It. S. TUCKEU oc Co.
S8:r.m -l?aleii;h. N r.
IMcasnncntlon the watciiman wl;cn jtu un:. .
Fire in the West Ward.
I wish to call the attention of my
liiemls to the fact that I have detcr
inincd to eonsoi'ule.te my huKiiiess at one
point. Therefore I have elo.sedaay
t jwn stoic antl atn luing business en
tirely at the store on South Main n!ru t
near the i'alishtiry Cotton Mills. .h ie
I have a fall line of Iry Goods, Xotiwis,
Slioe.-, Groceu'es and lr&ijsions. Cuiin
try produce a specialty. 'I want .an un
limited number of chickens anil eggs-'at
all time, for which I will pay the higifot
price. Mr. A. A. Huitnuin is with mo
and will bejh a:;ed to wait on his fren!s.
llespeetlully, A J. W. UKoWN.
Ee it -know n that by mutual eoithcnt
we, W. 11. Irrisiu r it Eio , JewtToir, Sal
isbury, C, have this lSlhday of May,
18Ul,disslved pai tnership, and lieieliy
make jutblie announcement of the imie,
and give nelice to all persons indehted
to us that all accounts due must le svi
lleil by July bth, lS'Jl, after wlljeli dalo
all due ami ttiq-aid lueouets wilt be left
w ilh our attovi:( - for' collection.
Vei v truly, . i
CJI AS. F. JiElSJN Eli.
X. 15. Tfie-Jewrlry business' will bo
eoiidiieted by uie :ti ti'- old .staii of the
above firia, :nd. 1 hcavby assume all lebts
and obligi linns of the. linn of V. i.
lteisner it Ero., aiul wish to stale that I
propose to do a strictly cash lupines-; and
give tny cu.Vio!:kt 1kt. f it of the lnwa -t
market ju ice on all goods. All wjorl; i
under my own personal supervision and
I will try to even bi tter, if that be po.-v-i-ble,
tlie high standard "and reputation
our work has at tained. My objoet i-; to
please, and 1 w ill' spare no dibi t to-lor.
ward that end. Thanking you for past
favors and asking a continuance ol tliw
same, I am, .
W. IE KELSNEIi. -
ITU-JZ-JST 17 33 ID -
Two energelic yma'g men or ladies. Salary
S7T. !(. lnoiilii. Send stami) fur ref.lv.
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