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jiibli - .IZZZ ; ., r , ,, . . ,.T - r- : i
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. ... .' txcrr
Trcxlcr, D-1., of Concor.I,
Ttxco Cowan, of Concord, spent
,o town laa - - r.-
leigh, will bring up ins
i. .f.fc jo the Fair- .
'UD,- Uutlock, of Gold :IIiU, - is
... a. 17-. ft iv if lint
. Til liS CI I lllll 1 Ik 1 A A aww
mL Pol win u -
in . . .
v.torV.'ofGrcensWo.Ul tc ncro
'V-urwitlv his trotting stock.
. nii'intz. of ilft-hmohd, Va.,
is.vLsitu'S"'.111"15 eity.nnd county.,-,
rticmcnt this week. Look it up.
-.miilce on arrangcincma
l?r. I.e Roy Mefoney, one of our town
toys who has been practicing dentistry
in Philadelphia for Home time, lias been
in towifor n,f vrdays pastand will re
main with-u a week before returning to
his hoiiiC " .
Mr, J..W. B?tian bns jnst returned
from the North vih' a large stock (I
good, and he hnnot time tovteJI you
vcJiat he has this week, Out lie taiics a
space in this paper and will tell you
whati.e ha next week.
inent mctiat Tuesday.
. 1... I T?.,:,.n li.ia Tnnf t,f
...iiuirv'S i;nonil uiih-mi ...... t,
akigh to attend thcwusical festival.
' Wjcnni'e'Sinith.ofConcordris vis
ti;g"ai Mr, Kubon Holmes'- this week.
Mr lTvr 'or has a notice of administra
tion on tl estate of Dr. Letter, .in this
& A. L. J"hnso:i
. . : ",...lrv thi.
tells," you something
that is worth
'.. . . i. i fi t-roo is oeiioi
Hwlio, Armstrong, manager of
i,.lcm christian Mine, was in the city
When will we get shut of this dust?
When will, work on improving the streets
Mr" 5), M. I tarry, of Charlotte, who
Wbcen' voting in -the city, returned
.' home Monday.
There will be. nmning, trotting and
: -mule race at Uie; fair. Biua.
i i- ....
row at i11)1 w
Mr. Lyerly, from the Salem neighbor
hood, had two new bales of cotton in
town yesterday. The cotton was all
nicked and crined this week. It was ex-
cecdingly fine cotton and brought him
$8.15 per hundrel iounds.
'Three large boilers from the Sam
Christian Mine came up Jio Yadkin
Thev- will be
used in our two new cotton factories
Tlioro nro. ftv boilers m all. Iho bam
Christian ha3 suspended work;
Several Sunday schools are
rxf til.-in.t ilw.Jr scholars to the Fair
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Special inducements will be made to al
such. Manv poor children will Ect to
see the many pleasant sights who other
wise would not on account of their pov
M - T?ilii-t. Hull, of -this- countv, and
Mr. J. A. Spence, fcl Stanly, lelt Here yes
terday at noon for the Nashville Uni
versity, at Nashville, Tennessee. They
both haye a two years appointmcntat
that institution from. Stale SupernUef
From a private letter we learn that
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Tiro. J. L. llamsey and Mr. u lKier, oi
llaleigb, wliilo out riding last Sunday
evening were both thrown from the
buggy by the horse becoming lightened
and running away. Neither were
ouslv hurt we are glad to say.
buguy was torn into toothpicks.
We are pained to learn that while Mrs
J. C. McCanless, ot Dunn's Jit., was
walking in the direction of the II. & D.
depot in Charlotte last Monday, some
ono threw a stick and struck her little
Ui.Kn wlitell she bad in-her arms, on the
head, afflicting a serious bruise.
KatWto Burlinffton Fairf
For the above occasion the Itichmoud
& Danvilie railroad will sell tickets to
Burlington, N. C, and return at the fol-
ow injr rates from points named below.
Tickets on sale October 5th, Gth, 7th and
8th, limited to October 10th, 1891: I
Asncviile, !i4.40; Charlotte, $2.; ,m-
ston-Salem, $1.00; Durham, .85; Hcr.der-
son, $1.-00; Goldsboro, $2SLQ; Salisbury,
$1.50; Greensboro, .Go; lleidsv ille, $1.00;
Oxford, $1.40; llaleigh, $1.20. j
Bates from intermediate points in
Thy Southern Exposition.
One of the grandest displays and pleas
u re-gratifying occasions ever occuring in
this Stale ! will take place at Kaieign
through the months of October and: Nov
ember. ' . ' ' 1
should cro to Ilalciirh at this
. . . ' 1 . i 1
time you would see nine oisijf iu;i
preparation for th& entertainment of the
thousandsof people who will attend the
Exposition. The streets will be beauti
fully decorated and a beautiful triumpha
arch will be erected across Fayetteville
street under which the procession wil
pass, 'he fire and military departments
together witli other civic organizations
will takepart in the procession
night Fayettcville and the other princi- ;
pal streets will be brilliantly illuminated.
ill the business houses, banks, schools,
factories and similar, institutions will
close that day to fio honor to the occasion.
Reduced rates have been secured on
all railroads to one cent a mile.
Those who go will never regret it.
D AVI 12 NEWS.
Fine Tieather Fnnuers all Busy Per
;Miss Ella .Wilson,
. lllf11"-" u"-i.-'
ia 'thU'city some time.
' Mr,Rcui)cnlIolmcs,Jr., went to Mt.
. t i .
. Ar,v..i,w n iitienu scuooi .it
. J -
. i A-1 1 1 X-
Korth Uaioiina v,ouegu.
Work 'will commence next Wednesday
todrissup the race track, which wil
i make-it perfeetlS' smooth.
, Juliii llo!)ii:son s. Dig
io(r four trains or fifty cars,
for Salisbury da "Monday, October 10th.
of this city, AVho
iveliing fur a New York
not known from whence the stick came
or by whom thrown.
We saw quite a curiosity at the post
nirp. last Mondav. A trolip of Turks
have been around town fur a few days
Monday they went to the post office an
mifed two letters addressed in their
lanuatre. The inscription resembled
thn hird net of marks which children
sometimes make oh their slate. They
spoke English fairly well, and told the
assistant postmaster that they were
wr.ting to Turkey. He then placed the
South Iredell Notes.
The farmers have been 'quito busy for
the last week culling hay and pulling
fodder. Cotton has begun to open
nrettvMivelv at last. A few bales have
already been sold. !
Mr. Joe lirawlev commenced making
molasses this week. It is reported that
he is doimr irood work.
Jay Atwell, son of Mr. James Atwell,
i miite sick wilh tvnhoid fever. It is
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thounht that lie will not recover.
1). V. JSiann and family moved this
week from this community to their new-
home in Stanly county, m the vicinity of
Albemarle. Success to him.
Mr. J. II. Shui'ord returned last week
The protracted meeting will commence
at Iho M. E. church to-morrow.
C. 11. Austin.
Mooresville, N. C , Sept. 20, Vo'Jl.
Corresirnlence of the Watcainan.
Somoof our bovs are attending the
State Institute at Winston this week.
Several of our farmers have 1iad the
misfortune to lose their barus and U-
acco by fire.
Dr. R. L. Anderson, of Calahan, ppcat
some time m Farmington recently iook-
in? after the interest of those having
teeth to fill.
Miss Mattic Bahnson jcturncd Thurs
day from a visit among friends and rela-1
Aftheville and '-Western North
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kearns camo over
. . . 1 - . n
on a visit saiuruay, Biopiing at
Mrs. M. A. Brock -and Mrs. T. I.
Clingman will leave this week for Lloyd,
Texasr where they will spend several
months with relatives.
' Rev. F. L. Groome has just closed a
very interesting series of meetings at
Smith's Grove, with good results.
Also Rev. J. N. Nelson has had quite a
successful meeting at Advance. A large
uumber were added to the church.
With much sorrow we record the death
of Mrs. N. S. Cuthrell, which occurred at
her limine near Farmington, Thursday,
September 17th. Her remains vere in-
toi-vfH in tlmfflinotprv nt V:rmrtnn on
Prof. Leon Cash enters upon his duties ltJ "r6.
as Superintendent of Public instruction
with zeal and energy. In our mind a
man more fitted to fill the position could
not have been found.
The hog cholera is making its appear
ance in some sections oi mo county.
C. Smith has lost more than twenty
rom that disease recently.
J. T. Moore will leave in a few days for
Florida where he will spend the winter.
The new roller mill at Cana is running
ind doing excellent work.
The machinery for the Farmington
Mills arrived last week. It took thirteen
two-horse wagons to haul it from the
depot. When done it will be the best
mill in the countv and capable ot doing
as good work as any in the State.
The telegraph lines have reached
Mocksville, connecting It with the out
side world. An office will be arranged
at once. Hustleii.
Farmington, Sept. 20, 1801.
Pieaa3iit Alliance Slntostrlal UaioJ
Thursday and Friday,
October 20, 21, 22 & 23, 1891-
WHAT IS IT?
Klnttz & Rpndlemau want all the dried fruit, berries, etc, brought to Salisl
We want you to know that we will give you as much for them aaTho market
affords. Eighteen years ago we began business in this town and by always paying
cash for what we bought and sticking to our motto, 44 The bestgoocb for the least
money," we have been compelled to enlarge our .store-rooms until faow have
six floors filled and packed with the most desirable goods .
The Soldiers' Reunion will be
on Wednesday. All pensioned
soldiers will be admitted free on
has ever seen. We have the latest styles of Dress Goods and ore anxious for the
ladies to see them. Wo are prepared to sell goods and-will sell themjehcaper tna
any ether house in the place. Look at some of our prices : Aturtore you-
twenty pounds of the whitest sugar for $ 1.00; coffee, 20 cents; seven grades of Dour;
fresh hams, crackers cheese every week at lowest prices, amuianw
Wo have a stock ot shoes equal to any anywhere along the proposed route of
THE 11. & S.
stores vour headnuarterB,
, (1U MIIU8 Ul VIUI1W X BIIIISIIIU uuuuo. -rf . -
that day; all Other Veterans at even ir you don't want to buy, it will give us pleasure tajshow you our goods ami
leu you now cneap we win sen tuem. iu out wjin j uu n uu .vv
for your horses. !
To the wholesale trade we offer special inducements.
Yours anxious to serve,
Best Agricultural Speakers.
There wilT be the best display of
Agricultural ProcUets ever made in
the Piedmont Section.
There will be Running, Trottiim
KLTJTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
Races. Also Bycicle
Balloon Ascension & Parachute Leap
in midair tront an immense neiffht, a
novel and extremely hazardous exhibi
tion oi courage.
Office: DURHAM, N.-G.
Mr. W. !- BliVekmcr.
. h:is hern ti
house, is spendius a few days in town.
i-.'lli4 things- await Salisbury, the third
Vweek in OctoUV. John llobinson's big
' d,,, a.iilthe Picdiiioul Alliance Fair.
- Mr. II. A. Banks, , formerly of this
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1. l.nkit ntillillllTl'l !1. ' UW t 1
the University, noreaaw n vu.t...
terday morning for Lexington, Ky., Jo
' tntln eoui-ric in the business college at
f that place.
' Concord will send a large delegation
to the Fair. Jim Cook writes for pre
mium lists and says that their-"people
fare mad for 'cm.
- Hon. Marion Butler, president of- the
; Monday night for Newton where he
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o. 11. NV-ilcy, aunuuiniiaiui v. .
Krider, offers "200 acres of valuable land
for sale on- the 21lh of October. Sec
I the advertisement.
i ri- Thnrviii Wil.'ht has crone to Balti
31 issioiinry fleeting.
The W. H. & F. M. S. at Christian.-
held a special meeting in aid of Wis-ions
on Thuibday 21lh of September. It was
a irreat success aujrmentir.'r their funds
to nearly $!5. Stirring papers were reac
by Mrs. J. O,. Wcitz and Mrs. Alice
Bishop, who arc both evidently! earnest
Mission workers. Grand speeches cal
culated to induce people to do more for
mission work, were made by the llevs.
li.-h superscription on the , envelope i Brown, lrexler and crtz, also by 31r.
lo:i" i&ttrney. It J- - Jnie. j nanus arc uue to tne
IS llOOKCd 1 -
requiic-l a five cent postage stamp to
carry ine leuer 10 us tu'siir.auun.
The laily liemld.
The Daily Herald .came out Monday.
It is neat, newsy and no doubt will merit
a liberal support. We trust that our
people will appreciate the importance of j
(.ivinf it sunnort. Isothtnir can be. a
success if patronage is withheld
We arc glad to inform the readers of
the Watchman' thatrMr. I. N. Ilich, of
Farmington, N. C, has consented to lc
eome a regular correspondent of the
Watchman. He will keep us fully
posted concerniug affairs in Davie
county. The Watchman will not Only
be more interesting to its general readers, 4
but will also gain a stronger foothold in
Davie, which is one of the best counties
in the State. We trust that the good
people of that county will aid Mr. ltich
in his work for the paper and patronize
it more liberally than ever before.
choir ior 1 lie great asMstance they rcn
do red i in making llittlay pieasant. Jev.
It. LiiJrown, V'o is a line mission advo
cate was made a life member, j and the
Uev. 11. A. 'l rcxler an honorarv member
of the society.
Clreat regret was felt at tin; absence of
Mr. Theo. F. Klatlz and Mrs. lteisner,
who were indisposed.
An excellent dinner was served in the
grove oy 1110 meinoers 01 tne society
;iided by the ladies of the congregation
who for that tlay at least, were good
mission workers. Thei c was a good at
tendance, many coming from a distance.
All seemed well pleased with the exer
cises. A. B.
Winston Still Ahead.
Winston, N. C Sept. 30 The base
ball pennant "till floats on Winston's
banner. The Blue Sluggers won the de
ciding mime this afternoon from Rich
mond for the southern championship,
by a score of nineteen to seven. The
Virginians put in three pitchers during
the game, Euright, Napier and Kane.
Winston's battery was McGann brothers
Brussels, Sept. 30. General Boulan-
ger commuted suicide 10-uay on tne
tomb of Madame de Bonnemain, who
died recently in this city. Madame de
Bonnemain has been known asthe mis
tress of the dead general.
Boulanger was for a longtime a leader
in political and military alfair in France
1)iu he has lowered in the minds of the
people since be left his true wife and be
came attached to the woman over whose
grave he died. His grief over her death
and the fact hat ho was losing public
favor is assigned as the cause of the deed-
Factories: DURHAM, I C, aid RICHMOND, Ti
Please observe that our premiums
are fair and unusually targe. Send
for a cbnv of our premium list. Thes
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30 bycicle race is open to the State.
Pin3 Music tr a Good Band. This .g & nome Company manufacturing For-
Excellent police regulations. No T?.Trx-T Anml
intemperance, profanity or immorality tlUzCF CXDreSSlV 10r tllC 1 arillCrS. lVCry pOUmi
will be tolerated on the grounds. 1 " Tt i n l Uf
Pop,lar prices o Mmiaion-nnder of gOOds gUafailtCCd tllC Highest GraUC. 13eSt
12 veai-s, 10 cents; over 12, 25 cents. . T . .n .f volnri. ro
; , : ... Materials. 1 armors will always get value-re-
liliipie uppoi tuiituies xoi ifiiwu
ments on the grounds.
A New Cotton Mill.
Wo learn from enterprising citizens of
Gold Hill, who were in town Tuesday,
that that place is taking; initiatory steps
towards .erecting .a cotton factory
ninro nn.l will tnkn another course oi atanatpiaee. a iuu..;; w.y.v.u
.ital and College day night, and more tnan Halt enough
.lectures !in the City llos
of Physicians and. surgeons.
,The 'Alliaiieo guano warehouse has
been completed and they now have a
nl:fOtn ctf.ro llieiv own ClUlllO. lVlld Call
come and get it. when it suits them best
Mr. IT T fra n ford sold the first bale
of hew cotton in our market this year
lle sold it last Saturday to M. C. Quinn,
and received nine cents per pound for it.
The Concord Standard says: John Got
man, who has been with W. II. lieisner,
of Salisbury, came in to day. He. will
go-with D. C.-Correll to Siartanburg,
Only three teachers were granted State
certificates to leach. Three young bv
, dies, M issea Kl la G ralnim , Maggie 1 louck
and Sallic Jiwnisoii are the happy posses
Mr. F. F. Smith, once a popular clerk
in the clothing store of M. S. Brown, but
now a traveling salesman for a northern
firm, is spending a few days vacation in
Mr. S. H. Wiley and son John arrived
home last Sunday after spending three
months in England. They report a
pleasant trip, and having yisited many
i interesting places.-"1"
Mr. J. Z. Schultz, of the firm ofSchuUz
& Marsh, who is now residing in Buch
anan, Va., is spending a few-days in tke
city. -He is one of the prominent busi
ness men of Buchanan.
f.- Dr. J.. E. i Buchanan, who completed
,liis course ii medicine last spring, vc
rcturncd to Baltimore 'Hospital yester
;day morning to take a year's course in
that institution. - ' -
A negro, Osborne Overton, while trying
to steal a ride on a freight train, was put
off at High roiiit, and in trying toget on
fell and" had both of his legs cut off. from
the effects of which he died Monday
North Ii'dell Notes.
It seems that your .readers luivehad no
news from north Iredell for some time,
and since your correspondent has turned
out to be one of the "crusty bachelors,"
and has been from home for some time
(probably on the hunt cfa companion)
th.s possibly accounts lor me absence.
c 1 .1 T 1 It
We reached home, lrom bouiu ireuen
last week, where-we bad been teaching for
a few 'months past. We were glad to find
every tiling in our old vicinity moving
happily along. At every lonacco oarn we
find u watcher, lor tobacco curing nas
been the orde of the day for a few w eeks.
Some are getting a good cure while others
are not doing so well. We learn by ex
amining the weed closely that: it has not
matured right. A lot of it won't yellow
but stays green in the hill and rots
rather than yellow. Great preparations
are being made-for a wheat crop. A lot
of fertilizer will be used Fotbler gather-
Let; every body take a rest and come
to the Fair.
JOHN BEAED, Pres.
J. C. BEHKHAkDT, Sec.
Is He Iho Wrecker? 1
Statesville, N. C. September 30.
Elmore Cloningcr, a negro supposed to
have been one of the. parties' wiio caused
tho fearful wreck near this place was
lodged in jail here three nights ago.
His capture was the work of Detective
C. A. Worst er, of Atlanta, Ga., and D
B. Yount, marshall of Newton, N. C.
They say they are sure of capturing
others who were implicated in the crime
Cloninger and some others were unac
counted for during the time when the
work must have been done. Before tho
wreck, when seen, he was in perfect
health. After it he feigned sickness and
avoided everyone. He never asked tiny
questions about the wreck, aud seemed
to studiously avoid any discussion of it.
The. two detectives have recovered a
tims in the wreck.
Tho work' has been signally successful
They believe they will fix the guilt pon 12.50.
overvone 01 me i iLiiiL i;:u uus aim
the $10,000 reward.
Look at This
ceived when buying goods with these brands on
them. Don't buy any goods until you examine
carefully what they arc offering, and then get
their prices. Exclusive manufacturers for the
North Carolina Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of our brands:
We arc now receiving the North Carolina Farmers' Alliance Official Guancy
largest and best assorted stock Duriiam Bull witli Peruvian Guano, Durham
we have ever carried, Ammoniate( QuailO, Peruvian Substitute
Read a few ofour prices:
1 nut j,wvwo, ...w, rpn .
Progressive Farmer, and IN. ). a. uiuui.u
Brogan Shoes, 1.00.
liress Goods from 8c. to $1.00 hcid PllOSphatC.
cry largo portion of the jewelry and cf- per iyard.
ets taken from the bodies of tho vie- j
Hen's Shoes from 3.00 to
stock was subscribed to build the
Others will subscribe who were not. pres
ent and some aid is expected from out
side. They were in Salisbury Tuesday
consulting the enterprising mill man of
this place, Mr. Murdoch, and secured as
surance thut bo would do for them all
that was possible. Mr. J. W. Noah
gives fifteen acres of land on the railroad
as a free site. They are enthusiastic m
their business and we think they will
succeed. The factory will run as exten
sively as the eajdtal will admit. Any
way we wish them success in tlat gold
lealh oi'Dr. Letter.
" Dr. Leflcr's death occurred hist Satur
day evening. He lived near Organ
Church. Fordive weeks lie had been a
sufferer with pneumonia. The doctors
of Gold Hill, Salisbury, Mt. Pleasant and
Concord did all thev could for him, but
their efforts were vain. He was 31 years
old at his death, and rumor has it that
he would have been married on the 20th
of October to Miss Eugenia .Fife, of
Thomasviller She is a sister of Evangel
Dr, Lefler bad just receive! his lieense
last Mav to practice medicine. He
started on the up hill of life when but a
ing is about over,
and next j week will
Coin on iiti average
a glow dor
boy. By his own aid only, he secured
i;ood English education.
Jle took a to
sition .with Gibson & Montgomery, of
Concord. After his day's work was doue
he would wrangle over medical studies
He was aided by Dr. Lilly in his studies
He saved enough money to attend a
medical institution in Baltimore three
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years. Last spring he locaieu nuuway
between Gold Hill and China Grove,
antljWouhl undoubtedly have won laurels
in his profession. ' , -
His death is sad, so soon after his hard I
finish up tobacco
is good. ' !
The birdthunters who come from the
North here every year to hunt birds, and
stop with Dr. S. Angle, have egun corn
in - One came last week land others
will be on soon. They have; dogs that
are remarkable for their training.
Mr. Lcander Ganher, who lives near
TTiit-monv. had the mislortuue last, cai-
mi1:iv niirlit to lose "Mari:, "diiis fine stal-
' v -: :. '. 1 ,. i
lion. A IHtie over a year a.yo ne uwi
fine colt, and a short tune ago he lost a
mare He is now lelt with t)tu one con.
jt is a sad misfortune to ljumfyr ; his
horse was valuable. Mr. uaijtner is gd-
lin- old and his only way of hmking any
surplus was by his horse. ;
Tim tx fuu tMiiuinv in next iiiuuiu is
)1u n.itllllini'l'iil!'r at (J Id Harmony Hill
'u-iihrft Miirmoiiv P. O. got its name
is right at the campground)
thing for miles around is al
the meeting. This is a union camp
"roundTall have equal rights, and is one
of the oldest known. Hundreds of peo
ple come hCi-e every year, and have in
view all the various motives that usually
attach themselves to a campmeeting.
One of Harmony's best citizens, a
bachelor, and one obout whom all hopes
were lost of him ever marrying, lomeu
n nbfiiit a vear -ano and made himself
K..r.u bv .-jiTtlunnir one ot jJavie
eouutv's best young ladies for a coinpan
ion. We congratulate, mem aim &m.v
thev are recently made-happy again, we
congratulate them again in uenau ji i
(.(iminmiitv. Its a boy.
Just now our m'.i(t runs to your cuy
and ve think what a good time you are
having with Prof, ami Mrs. Mclver con
ducting the Teachers Institute there this
week. We spent last week: with them in
Statesville and must say that we were
highly cntertaiiH'd ami received much
valuable instruction. They are enthusi
astic in the cause Of education and they
will be long remembered by the people
of Statesville and all who sjiw and ttearu
iliii. 1 Pruf. Mtlver is Icertainly the
ni.in in !. tii'ht. ithti-e. May he
:mh1 his better half live long and see the
fruits of their labors. j
! J. HENUY.
U z? uu vy
4 full line of men's and boys
FARMERS' ALLIANCE GUAHO HEARD PROM.
Coleridge, N. C, August 10, 1891.
W. IF. Worth, S. B. A.,
Dear Sir: As much has been said in regard to N. b. i?ar-
Ttho cleanest line of Groceries mcrs Alliance Ofllcial Guano, I wish to state to you anu
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in Salisbury. Durham Fertilizer company, aim uuiyi?, " 7 . ; Vft
in cnic fl . .. 1 , n T ntr.l it nn wheat last lau. ann
1 - j- ..-n-- Mi ftl ' . I UCV-Vl - '
J1)uinuBll w " J ' frnm n lot' A'here I sowed U bushels 01 seen
do not buy until you get our bnsieis 0f good wheat, or 25 bushels from one.
to the acre.
The Alliance is soIijlI here.
Mention tlio WATcnMAN when you wnu.
Ve mean business.
I threshed 6 .
I used one bag
L. B. fACON.
D. B. JULIAN & CO.
f tartar baking powder.
rr:.,i ..r nil in leavening strength.
Latest U. S. Government tood Keport.
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! Fresh Garden Seeds at re-
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i Clover and Grass, Seeds at
the lowest prices at Enniss' Drug
tiittt t niVTrv rVDflDT nf3('iiiv3. It has never taiica
MILL H1NIJ JLiVruixi. iv-sncnsin. Iii.liRestioii,
Wc arc closing out the remainder bf
READ THIS ! Summer Clothing and Straw Hats at cost.
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Be sure and can tor auouie (iQ nns in oruor IU unuvu iuuui ivi
Mamioth Fall and Winter Stock.
ctruggles with ihe preparation for life. 1 Harmony, K. C. Sept.SC, 1891.
Don't fail to see them.
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rhevalwavspav highest cash vm first-class references 111 Come and SCO US ailU YOU WILL mvxi.y
price lor Cotton and Seed. isbury to prove its menu,., xui Q received a niCC imp OI men
and boys' Pants, dark shades at an prices. jyw
rw tT TTAfF, - L w nccm-tmont-nf sliuts ot all Kinds at low
-, :,- m v.,,, pit -.irk to get . cg vc still keep a lull line ol collars, culls,
irunks, valises, etc... We solicit your patronage.
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luvviiiir claims a?mis-
hereby nbtitii-d'to present
ment on or
or tins numc ..... - - . , t.lfl. !ir(. . . . ,.,i-.n iii time
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11 and orobably your life
lW f ""iiAw l IS1-1 corophunts. It ncel
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October 1st, 189!. M ji5Aii(;K.iAilin.r;
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Yours anxiousf to -please.