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fine year in advance
Hix months -CIulu
riiilmof tfeii or n;orc
TERMS STEllTLY CASH.
Entered as secoa J-clxsjs mall ai4alisbur, N. C.
THUUSPAY, SEPT. 17; lSyl.
The Watchman is organ of ihe Alli
ance in the 0th and 7th pon&rcssionul
The Watchman has 50 p&r cent more
circulation than, any paper published in
NATIONAL BANKS AND WHISKEY
' . - ' WAREHOUSES.
The Jferald last week contains argu
jccejits or rather statements concerning
(the speech , made by Ma j. W. A. Gra
liau at Salisbury on tle rst o this
Maj. Graham wilf be given oppor
tunity to reply through the columns
of this paper and hence we will not, at
ibis time, go into the matter at length.
We have HQ doibt but what Mr. Foust, I
who is one of our best citizens, stated'
flu? 'matter-correct.lv as to the First ;
'National li-ink of Salisbury. Every,
word is true so far as he , went. 41 ut
ihe same can be sain! of Maj. Graham. !
j)oubtless he knew what he was talk.-'
wig about and can explain it sgtisfac- '
iorily. Our people are not at all well- j
informed on the national banking
.question if tlVyvrcre there would be
some old time kicking. But while we,
think. the -law is an in.famoirs one and
should be repealed, no prejudice should
exist against men conducting . national
' banks. They are not responsible -for
the law that' makes un pay about 12h
per cent, for the privilege of having a
Circulating medium. They are simply
doing i paying banking business ac
cording to law. Of this we will have
;nore to say when Maj. Graham is
As to the stuff about whiskey being
stored in distillery warehouses, Maj.
Graham did not say it. tie referred
to the govern ineiit whiskey depositories
in the West, which are said to be lo
cated at St. Louis, IjuisvilleCiiicin
nati and other places. We know but
little of them, bat a gentleman told
the writer recently that he had seen
the' whiskey warehousesiu tl;e city of
Sr. Louis. It is a magnificent granite
building, five stories high with base
ment, capable of containing thousands
of barrels of whiskey. In these ymi
. can deposit whiskey for three years,
. receive in return a banbiblp.pertiticate.
Any time during the three years you
can got your whiskey out and sell it.
The certificate is equal to the value of
the wliiskey at the time stored, and, of
course the Value is enhanced by age.
yhiskey three years old is worth three
times as much as whiskey just from
In Ihe meantime we will hear from
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Recently the Boston Herald macte
frequent and bitter attacks upon the
Alliance anl its demands. After sev
eral weeks it became aware of the fact
tlrat no good would come out of that
kind of warfare and it changed tactics.
It advises and threatens the South and
"-..West with a financial boycott in case
the demands of Alliance and free
silver, are persisted" in. It makes tlie
opQii threat that Njew England will
lend no more ir.oey South or West
unless payment of both principal and
interest are made i.n lgold: and also
that the borrowers of this eastern
" money shall both work and vote to
. 'Wipe out this demand for currency re
, This boycott has secretly been go
ing on for some lime, as the gold
mortgages audi gold notes given by
western farmers discloses. New Engr
land is a bleak and barren fragment of
- Ihe United States. Now suppose the
bouth and West - should bovcott tli
inanuf;u?tu.rers of t'he New England
States, what would be the result ? It
would be disastrous in .the "extreme
suppose our farmers should refuse to
Uuy from them or sujl ;tjiei;i supplies
They would bo in a nice shape sure.
IT IS TRUE. -
In the last issue of this paper an ed-
itoriaU'xposing the methods of certain
ppera to bring reproach upon tlie
farmers, if possible, appeared. .We un
derstand that a few objected to the ar
tide and its style. We only have to
sjy that we did not write the article at
random. We haye the facts and cau
show them up at apy time. No re-'
jfiection was nieant upou anyone who
- is innocent. If anyone endorses thaf
plan then they can put the shoe on.
Jf not, then you should not object to'
the scheme being Jai3 bare. No good
pitizen can derty fi-eeJoiu of sjH'ecb.
tljut when plain ta'kiug is done it
1 .lu.nM f .sel oh' facts; This is what
the editorial alluded to is based. When
lying is dime then the public hare
right to otbji'Ct and do it .vigorously.
There iire methods being ued against
tre Alliance tluit should be called by
heir proper Inaiyes in this paper.
Things will bo brought out 'soon that
will astonish" some people. Things that
honest people cannot endorse. Wait
until all Ihe evidence is in.
QUILP -AND BRASS.
The opponents of the sub-Treasury
are seldom willing to discuss it in leg
itimate way, but fjx it up to suit them
selves, by saying that the farmers
want tUe government, to loan them
money on the gooseberries, onions,
poke-greens and punj plains and then
they take a long breath and yell, it is
impracticable,1' it is "class legislation.
But" all is quite when the real principles
of the scbemeare involved. It reminds
us of two of D.cken's characters, Q lilp
ind Brass. Quilp could not whip Ilrass,
but he went home, made a straw man,
named it Brass "and gave jt fearful Hog-
i No sooner does Lieutenant Peary
get fairly away on his Artie expedition
ban the newpapers are all filled with
reason why a relief expedition must be
sent after "him in the spring. Is it not
about time that all this artic expedition
foolishness was stopped? Every year
or two somebody gets enough money
together and starts' on one of; these
trips which usually result in the death
of most of their companions, and the
permairent cripliirgiof nearly all of the
survivors, and what do they accom
plish? A little notoriety for the lead-
rni I Y " ' 111 i i
ers. inc worm wouiu nave jst nctn-
ing really useful or ' beneficial had
there never been an artic f.xpedition.
The enterprising man at the other
end of the oable informs America that
Europe isj'lookiug ahead in' war." There
is no news in this statement it might-
have been , truthfully made at any
time during the last twefy years.
It may however,' that in view
of t he short European crops, the big
powers of Europe have concluded that
it will be cheaper to go to war and kill
lot of men than to continu ) feeding
It has-been reported that Claus
bj ivckles the man who stood alooi
f. om the sugar trust at last became.
euvolved and went over to them, bet
here is what he said on the subiect:
I mean to paddle my own canoe to
the end of the chapter. No, I have
not j ined the trust nor will I do -so,
and anyWail Street speculator who
allows himself to be gulled by the re
ports, that I have, does not know me."
Repheskntative Mills, who has
for years been pronounced friend of
the free coinage of silver, is reported
to be hedging on that question. Mr.
Mills should go carefully if he ever
expects to be Speaker. The people of
this country may and often do support
men whom they know to be honestly
opposed to them in -sOme tilings, but
goo l bye to the public man who once
gets convicted of wobbling.
A man has just been arrested at
Easton, Pa., for wrecking a train. He
says he has no reason except "just for
fun." He enjoys it hugely. Is it
not possible that some erank of that
stripe caused theBostian bridge dis
aster. Perhaps , the "well Pressed
stranger" who talked with Mr. Irvin
in Statesville had something to do
with it. "
The countries adjacent to the Uni
ted States appear to take turn in go
ing into internal convulsions. No,
sooner does tbo news that Chili h s
quited down get officially confirmed
than long conies statements that Hayti,
Gautemala and the Sandwich Island
are preparing to take their turn at
being stirred up.
The proposed new German liquor
law contains several clauses that might
be profitably studi-.-d by our ow;i law
makers. J For instance, the one which
prohibits any inn,-br saloon keeper fur
nishing liquor on credit except to
regular guest who takes it with his
meals, is worthy of importation.
The Herald declared last week that
"all attempts at conciliation and com
promise between tlie Alliance and
Democratic party seem aborative.''
The Alliance has said plainly at More
head that it wanted no compromise.
The dog is going to wag his tail not
the tail the do
"Count that day lost whose low de
scending sun views from thy bauds no
wort h action done." If yon are in the
reform movement and mean business
you should make a convert every day
If you will get a new subscriber to the
Wajchman half your job will be done.
I TT CJ If itt rA Afwrnri' vlir ic cllll
refered to as- tlie "president of the
Stiite Alliance,"isays that he is going
to have the biggest gathering, of Alii
anceinen in Chjcigo. "on that ever
have leen together. That is what he
said before, but; he only had thirty
saverr men at his great (?) gathering.
A Chicago man h;is a theory that the
same methods by which rain has been
produced in Texas may be utilized to
pre veil t frost by making a dense fog.
and he has written a letter to Secretary
Rusk jisking thui experiments be made,
fri these days it does not do to say that
anything is injposible.
Theiie is about as much probability
of Mr. Blaine going to Ohio to speak
for McKinley its there is of Cleveland's
going to Ohio to -speak for Campbell.
Either of these gentlemen would find
it' a very difHeuIti matter to publicly ad
vocate the platforms of their respective
parties in Qhio. ! i "
SoMioji the papers insist 1 on pub
lishing that the Bub-Treasury was de
feated in SJissouri. A rank Sub-Treas
ury man' was- elected president over a
man who opposed it, by a v:te of 80
to 20. By a vote of 80 to 40 it was
referred back to the sub-alliances.
The warm weather is about over,
but the heat generated by the Ohio
campaign, is getting more intense every
day and the indications are that many
will be scorched And burned up before
the conflagration; is under control.
Many were killed in the earthquake
in -South America -last. week. The
people fear that about the -21st, when
the equinox conies, that the climax
will be reached and that the destruc
tion will be terrible.
The World's jlsiir' Mamagers may
find it a little, difficult to negotiate a
$5,000,000 loan with the Fifty-second
Congress, but Ufncago kgnt
cOed in making it.
Siiall the crporations or the peo
ple rule ? Wijl be decided in the
near future and the farmers and la
borers of the country must answer it.
A Gicut Mistake.
We see from the National Alliance,
organ of the colon! Farmers Alliance
(A the United Stiites, that it. M. Hum
phries, General Superintendent, has
perfected arrangements for tin; general
strike of the colore I cotton-pickers, on
the 12: h of this month, which was last
Saturday. He adfises them to gc
about it peacefully and stand firm un
til their demand is granted. 1 hey
want SI per hundred for all cotton they
W e think this a great mistake on
the part of our colored friends zl this
time. AVith cotton selling at 7 and S
cents there is absolutely no profit in it.
So even 50 cents per hundred is a big
price, fully equal to the price of the
cotton. An additional 50 cents per
hundred means 81.50 added to the cost
of raising cotton after it is giued. If
lint eotton was selling at 10 cents our
farmers would just be where they are
after adding the extra 1.50 to the cost
of raising and picking.
: Ihe white farmers of the South are
the best friends, the colored people
have. Some of them have not treated
them as they should, but generally
speaking the negroes have prospered
where the whites prospered. The
negro farmer aud the white farmer are
both on the saine platform to-day.
They are suffering from the same cause
and the movement on foot, is not cal
culated to remedy the evils.
It is the duty of our white Alliance
people to see that the colored farmers
iiave an equal chance in life. Hut in
taking this step the cobred Alliance
men attempt to better their condition
it tlie expense of their white brethern.
lli-forms should hot be in the interest
of one proportion of our fanners at the
expense of another. If both white and
colored farmers can better their con
dition at the sanie time, then the coun
try will be better for all classes. But
for fit her color to benefit themselves
it the expense of the other, it is simply
i family throat-cutting business. If
ur white and colored farmers can, by
iitiieil elf )i r, rei;e ly our financial sys
tem, get hetti r prices for (he prolucts
we raise, raise the price of farm labor,
then all will have an equal chance to
succeed. But as e see this cotton
pickers1 strike it is a direct blow at farm
owi.crs and will cost a great deal and
amount to nothing in the end. One
thing is certain: Our farmers cannot
afford to pay SI per hundred for cotton
picking. Another thing is certain:
Unless both white and black work
together to secure general and equal
relief, nothing good will come out of
it. Vre think that after proper con
sideration the colored Alliancemen will
see that they arri' taking ;n improper
ana suicidal step demanding a thing mi
possible, and that they will reconsider
the plan for a ! general strike. We
profess to know us much about cotton
as Superintendent Humphries, and we
do not hesitate to advise our farmers
to leave their cotton in the fields rather
than.pay more than 50 cent per hun
dred to have it picked. The specu
lators are mainly responsible for the
low price of cotton and so is our finan
cial system. Strike at. the root
of the dieases rather than at the to(,
for this movement is simply a blow at
the top. -progressive Farmer.
1'bt THIS IN YOUIt 1'H'i:.
Plain Facts anil Sharp, Pi Hi y Saying
from Ucforni Pansrs.
If the laboring men will resolve to
vote from now on, while life last, for
Betsey and the iiabies, thpy will soon
have moupy to pay each as they go.
Alliance Farmer, Fla.
In 1S50 Vermont had 1,014.122
heep. In 1889 she had 302, 1P2.
That's what thirty years of protection
Ints donefor the wool industry there.
Poineroy, (Ohio), I)eniocraf.
Thirty years of protection in Ohio,
a.ud according to the census figures
f .rm property has increased but 50
per cent in that time, while city pro
perty has increased nearly 300 per cent.
This shows hew the farmers are bene
fited by tariff taxation. Pomeroy
Wrhi!e all this talk is about cheap
money is going, we wish to remark that
there is no cheaper money than that
issued by the National Bank and
founded only on debt, yet it. swims
right along with the rest of the money
and no oneqnestions its value. Pome
The last Congress made appropria
tions amounting to "l,800,UOO,U0(.
This sum in dollar bills would reach
120,000 n'files 6r half way to the moon,
or about five times around the earth.
And vet the republicans say the pres
ent Ohio Legislature is an extravagant
one. .Pomeroy Democrat.
The State Journal calls the Alliance
farmers hogs. The Ocaia fiecord calls
them scrub farmers and the Iiisiu:
City Bustler calls them Pension vipers
while the Omaha Bee calls them soft
headed and uddh-patcd. Nice names
certainly. The farmers will suu-.ly re
ciprocate such kindness. Indej e ideiit
L ress, isebraska.
From morning until night, an 1 from
night until morning, the poor farmer
plods along his weary way, with noth
ing to hope for in 4 he future; nothing
to cheer him in his toil. lie labors
and the rich m-icves all the benefits
therefrom. How long will the vote
for siuli an unjust condition exist?
Alliance Farmer, Fla.
Partisanship appeals to piviuuke
and passion, it digs up the ashes of the
11 t I I , T
(lead past with the hone ol hud-
ing a spark with which to kiudieanew
the feelings of auger and hatred that,
once existed. The ?..rmers of to-day
should let the dead past remain and
bravely meet the new issues I hat Con
front them. Upon the future rests
our properity. (Pen.) Farmer.
Make money pay its owner more by
investing it in industries linn loaning
it out at interest. The Farmers' Al
liance demands, adopted if. Ocala, will
do this, if enac ted into law. How"?
By putting a volume of money in cir
dilation I hat v. ill enable t he In : si. i ess of
the con u try to be transacted n a cash
basis, thus making it posil!e for peo
ple to get out of debt and the conse
quent abolition of interest. Misso'iri
' Georgia, as a sruto, is growing rid : .
but her inral districts are growing
p )orei'. W hat is the mailer? The
w hole t h:ng can be answered in two
sentences, rnst, 1 he svstc in of t rans-
porfatioii has not reached that point of
control which the alliance demands
shall equalize the advantages- of com
petition so that the? small towns, and
station shall enjoy epuaily just rates
com pet it ive points. Southern Alliance
Jerry Simpson said that the entire
state of Kansas could not be sold for
enough to pay its indebtedness. The
truthful and reliable lopeka Capital at
once proclaimed Simpson a liar and an
enemy, of Kansas. Of course the Hon
orable Jerry lost no sleep over the
matter, and is now fully sustained by
the census report. Meanwhile t he citi
zens of that stale are making up their
conclusion as to the difference between
a man who has courage to warn them
of their true condition and a -paper
that seeks to d'-eeiv'e and mislead.- Na
The political "high flyers" should
take warning from the many acci
dental deaths among aeronauts this
R.VLKidir, X. ('., .September J2, 1S91.
Besides the Hag-signals adopted by the
United Stales Weather liureau for dis
seminating ihe daily' weather and tem
perature forecasts, cold waive and frost
warnings, a system of Whistle-Signals is
iu use, w hich has been operated very
successfully in other Stales, especially
.Missouri; 't'iie forecasts are sent at gov
ernment expense to mill and foundry
mo, i, and a certain time is fixed, s iy
twelve nooe, 'for the mil! and fui:diy
men to give the signals which can be
heard over a considerable distance.
The warning signal to attract atlontioi.
should'bc a long blast of from fifteen t
twenty seconds duration. After this warn
ing signal has been suitnded long blast (ol
from four to six seconds duration)refer to
weather, and -hort hliia' (of from one tc
three seconds duration) refer to temper
ature; those for weather should be soun
ded first. One long blast indicates fail
weather-, two long blasts, lain or snow:
three long blasts, local rail ; one short
blast short lower temperature; two short
blasts, cold wave. Py combining these
signals any forecast can be indicated.
Forecasts and cold wave or lr-st warn
ings will be sent free to a limited num
ber of mill owners or foundry men w in
should make an application to the Direc
tor of the North Carolina State W'eaiber
Service at Ualeig'n, N. C, for the tele
graphic forecasts. .
When Baby was sick, wo gave hor Castoria.
V,he eto as a Child, she cried far Castoria
When she became Miss, she cktng to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she ga"j theia Castoria
Davidson ' IJcjirfV
The session of '91 '1)2 began on Thurs
day, Sept. 10th, under very favta-abh
circumstance. The first day found
raoro than one hundred Ixjys oi"llie hill,
and at tjw date of this writing there are
one hundred ami thirty one here. This
is more than were ever here before at
any one time; the largest number before
iteing one hundred and twenty-six. The
Freshman dasjs numbers 53 aKd all are
not here yet. It is gratifying: to see
with what courtesy the new men have
been treated. They were met at a
trains by a committee from the Young
Men's Christian Association and pro
vided with comfortable quarters until
rooms could be fui aiished for them. So
far we. have heard searedv a disrespect """
fui word said to a Freshman, and we
sincerely believe that injhe future there
will nolbe the slightest sign of hazing.
Oa last night (Monday) the Young
Men's Christian Association gave u re
ception to Freshman class in tht Y. M.
C. A. hall. It was au elegit affair, and
highly enjoyed by all. The entire col
lege wasxpresent, also the faculty, their
wives and tho ladies of the village. A
special committee was appointed to re
ceive the Freshmen and introduce them
to the ladies; this they did welt, and a
great many of the new men have assured
me that they never enjoyed an evening
more in their lives. Kefreshments were
served at ten o'clock, and for this part of
the reception we are under many obliga
tions to the" ladies ef the village, who
gave- abundantly of all they had; "so abun
dantly indeed that after lu or 20) peo
ple were served many baskets Jul I of
fragments remained. The success'of this
reception was so great that we hope it
may be repeated each year.
W. L. Lin;u;.
Davidson College. Sept. 15, 1SUJ.
A public meeting of the W. H and F.
M. Society of Christiana Evangelical
Lutheran church will be held on Sept.
2tth, 18111, at 10 a. in.
The exercises will be opened with
singing juid praver, after which there
will be au address by Key. H. A. Trex
ler; ringing; essay by :,Irs. M. V. Wcrtz;
singing; an address by Hon. Tlieo. F.
Ivluttz; Esq.; singing; collection; bene
dielioli and dinner. Afternoon exercises
as follows: Singing; prayer; address by
Jiev. 11. L. Rrown; singing; an essay by
Mrs. AUce Hi.-hop; an address; s nging
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of nil in leaen'm:r sticutii.
Latest l S. Government Food Keport. ,
The !ad.'s exclamation of astonish
ment i ; naiural. I lei friend hasjijsl to!l
her that we are selling door-mats for $1.
Well, it's true, and it is also true that
such an article was never sold for such n
figure before. We are putting this un
heard of price in priut so as to make it
absolutely clear to housekeepers that
they can get jVom us for less than five
dollars what!wo'il certainly cost (hem six
or .-even elsewhere. Il thai is not run
vineing enough, we wdi give you a aill
mure striking example of the advantage
of dealing wi.h us. For ten days we
-hall quote sp era I pr'r'es mi our suits.
A handsome mar'nic ti p suit for :-'.:'), a
ten jiece maible top suit for 27; a mas
sive oak'tmit with toilet .5. We will
also give you .-pec-ial jriees oa our p irlor
suits and : 1 1 1 racks. Come and s-ec u.
and be eon iin- (! t'i;it w e ean olli i- you
bargains never bs fore heard ui in the
Yours Iiespect fullv,
ZA.Y.EZ & EAciNIIAEDT.
( 2' Uiorsc-powcr Kv'w City
Kuinc and h. p. lioilcr.
( )no (it)-s;iv Van Winklo Cot
ton !tii with It'ciuT and con
denser. Also, Van Winkle Press.
One Liddi-ll Saw Mill and
This machinery is all in good
order, and can bo bought to
gether or separately-to uit pur
chaser, Will be sold cheap and
on reasonable terms. Call on
). C. PKADSIIAW,
Land for Sale.
I offer -fur ?:d- my phuitiitiun, containing
I 17 J avri-s. oia- mile -.vest of Uorkwell Jej;ot,
near feeler's scheol-l.caise. The tract is suj
I.n.scl to coist.im a vahiidilc gll and cof.cr
aline. Any !ie '.viiliing .o buy a'loiiid call on.
or write hk- ;it il-H-kwcli.
( IIUI.STKMa cV IIOI-SIIOIbEI:.
August l.s:l. ' t
I Sale !
FOUNDED IN J86 by the present xecstiTe
r ment Xncreaaea anmiM aitenaance now oempyir.i? lour DnildineuSun ecj.j,
facilities for edncatinYlfHrNO TWEPr AND 1VOMKN for eacecss in life Vn ?BrtihljT
pchool for their children, PARENTS Bhoald send them to THIS RF.ST. ber-f.C1E -may
require th expenditure fa few dollars more at first, but it will prove the chp - 5'itt i
CHfeAP tBitionia tery dear, fcecans it ineanacbp leachera.rheauBKrrouodinir, Ts tla lht
itiea, and offers NO opportnnities for eecurine POSITIONS for iu fcuntia fi"
Thin Institution, owinq t rut H IC H standard of excellence, bua placed indt-irable
youn men and women from Marybuid, Virginia, North Carolina, South i -Carolina anH''ftiw
all eimilar institutions combined, C&Uloue and partieniara mailed on aplica' :oc f5'i'i
AddresN W. H. SADLER, President, and Founder; r F. A. SADLEP s.
BUSINESS COLLEGE 6,8, IO& 12 N.Charles St.. BALTlMo
Mention the Vauhman when you w. lie. 0, -
Durham Fertilizer CompS
Office: DURHAM, N. C.
Factories : - DHBHAM,
This iVa Home Company, manufacturing pCN
tilizcr. expressly for the Farmers;- Every nounJ
of goods guaranteed the Highest Grade. Ym
Materials. Farmers wilL always get value re
ceived when buyriig goods with these brands on
them. Don't buy any goods until van. examine
carefully what they are offering, and thei)
their prices. Exclusive jminufaeturers fur the
Xorth Carolina Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of. 'our brands:
Xorth Carolina Fanners'
Durham Pull with Peruvian Guano, DuiTiaili
I ii H fVmmoniated Guano, Peruvian Sii
Guano, Great Cotton
FARMERS' ALLIAJTC3 CtIJAHO HEARD
ir. . Worth, s. n. J., - 1 . ' . :".
1 Siu: As iiiii'-l! 1 (M-n u,l in rcpir t- N: (.. K.-u-.
sikts' Alliance lliiriai ( ! w i.-.-ii to -i;1;,. t,, v.i: ..n.l hy
Dnrliain I'crl i i irr ( nnj.an-v, an.! otlua-s, lliaUil i:: -i in- --I
satisfaction licic on all cmj.s. 1 j; ,m v. licai i.:-! !a!l.
I'roin a h,l ,v!n.-iv 1 souv.1 i i!. Imshc! 1 i hj-hrH :;:
I i i i w '1 i i (" t n . I vx ! i . . i i .il' I . t . ! , ?rl . " r i :
" ,,v ' 1 " .-- ' (
to the acre.
Ihe Alliance is : ! 1 her
Ihn inu; ju:ililu'(l a-; :ulmi!)is(o:s .f. t lie
0!:iU' ' W. F. V;:t-MI, li' t ;i; (.-,1, we
luivhy luMil'y all n r.son.s i.ain; j-laiins
i.naiusl snitl -slal' to cxliilnt litem to uti.
on or lcf-ri" iv 5(Mi dav of S''j. ' inlir,
or this notice will be plead in bar
of tlu'i i" rt'covorv!
Sept. '.Mil, l'V.i!.
I). L. WATSOX.
J. 11. McK KX'A E:
r " 'i rn 4mm. ri
t r, t.
ill Ijil fills
m ;um mi mm mw wcoi
Hi-mjX it liic iu (.;, n;rr!"r. We ;m- piv.ar"l 1" P v
IIIOHKIt 1MUCES for SNOW WIliK C L' 1 f E D Uian any .ti, r
l-i-eilifs are cheap, a mere iv'wUj v. hen i ticn-! -ed prices are taken into 5if--":;;?;
Our railroad facilities are good. Send yourtohacco to Oxford. N. -".. y-u
et -nod prices find ipiick relurus. Iiuyer for all ci.is.-.cs and "from' e'."iy j -
of the world are located iu Oxford. You will find us. "
ALL BUSINESS AXD XO PliEJ.UDICK..
Hunt, Cooper ('o., Me,"dovs Va!-e!ioii'-'',
UuUoek Mitc):-1!, Uahi.er Warehouse.
Co'ul. itog,;rs t: Co.. ('eat re Warehouse,
1'. . Minor i"c Co., 3tinor arehouse,
K. r. Knott, Jiu linger Aliiaiicc aivhouso,
J. i. '-urriu, lluycr,
V . L. I teed, I il er,
lohn Meadows, ucTT
ilkinsou Bms., Iuvrs,
Meadows &' Yancey, iuers,
1). S. Oshorn, 15uer,
F. O. Bnuisford, Buyer,
Beware of imitations.
genuine fixed wire
MilUliliii ti led by
Modern Tobacco Baif Co.,
- OXFORD, N. 0.
-Mtu'loutlic Walcliiiian wuen Mii. utile,
27 YARS of-continuoua and BBrTT"
11. (LiM RICHMOHDTl
Alliance Official Guano,
and Corn GrowerGuaiio,
and N. C. Ff 'A. Olfiri
im ii - is i m Mil );:c. i iiM'i i nip
lull !!" v'at;"ii:.hn- v.l, ru ; .ii niic. "
Having (junlifiod as iidmiiiistratur
ilu;os5(jite of iophiii l'cekr, I Iimliy
notice to nil persons-having claiim
against, the estate (l decedent-, to ex! iwt
tlie same to the. undersigned uu 01 before
the 10th day of .September
Sept. I), IS'JI.
Ii. VKVLVAl, -Aditi'i-of
OUIIB lit Mi
E. (i. Curi iu. Buyer
( . S. Siuoot. Buyer,
.h i). Bullock, Buyer,
John Webb, Buver, ,
W. A. Bobbin, I'ltiy
C. F. Kingsbury, Bitr,
B. Glenn, Buyer.
lJuy only the origii1!1'