SDAY. OCT.-22, 1S91.
lull be eiosecl this even-
,nV ci rt us-uu .1 it his crowd
i -i! eourt i in sc.Hiun :it
As v;is announced hy cards, Jlr. .John
V. While, of Charlotte, and Miss 'Anna
Holme, of ibis i-ity, were married Tues
day 't nightfall. The ceremony was
performed hy IU-v, Cha. King, her
pastor. Only a lew -relatives were pres
ent at the marriage. In the quietness of
the. li'mitt they boarded the vestibule
train andrare now taking their honey
moon in ' New York and Washington
cities. They have tha hearty congra'tu-
aXions of many people, who join the
. wnli lfruvviv,
sii-os in the catv.
i .f fwnnlft -T:i here
,v if. PCI I" 1 I ,
. i ,1 il.n T'.-viumitioii.
. , ;i :,n al the new advertise-
H n ' .- t! Wright hi this issue.
", ri, ..rtjhe Conowrd Standard,
''i:tuV:J.i:idy' li attend theeireiu.
i,;r,l hunters from the orth
vplSvu U' Yadkin .
, .i .,.rh iin- -i:v Tin
" . ,v- lu the- J-J.vi.o.sJJluua
. 't,iti;1. runs from Hahsbury to the
. - rrWUlllUS
;r - .. ..... . r ..
hi; with'" their medicines
i-fscd entirely iu red. .
.xxA I. HU1, of New York,
TUI3 PIEDMONT FAIR.
wishing them a happy
h-facrr'y fv' fruit, broke a
"; .,! vf Mr. J.T'Vy JrUrs stoce ht
rJ"iit AU-Ulo"- all UiG appic.sanu
t 1 . . ,
Tr Tmii s West, f Greensboro, has
;r'akt,i.lhioc ih Jii-s 'llyiugMcimy.".
lA Ik- i.-i- struck a W.j.ianz i, too, juu--.fr
Jin' the pti:'":odie isetting.-,-:
Monday evKiii-ng alter tW circus was
"... W(. h.i.l a nice shower of hail. The
r,i tiA-omidetely covered in places.
htoi.es were the of a large pea.
Th" Uiree ye.tr-old daiihicr of Mr.
Itsites to AJautsv I'x position.
For the above occasion the 'Richmond
& Danville railroad will sell round -trip
tickets to Atlanta,' Ga., and return oua
basis of three and one-half cents per mile
one way for the round trip, plus seventy
five cents for one admission to the Expo
sition grounds and lransfer from Atlanta,
to Exposition grounds, Tickets ou sale
at all coupon stations in North Carolina
and Virginia ou Tuesdays and Wednes
days from October L'Oih to November 4th,
limited returning November Otlu
Special day tickets will be on sale
Tuesdays aiul Thursdays from October
20th to November oth. limited five days,:
including day of sale, at rate of one cent
per mile traveled, plus seventy-five cents
for one admission to Exposition and
transfer from Atlanta to the: Exposition
grounds, frm all stations on Asheville
& rpju tanburg railroad iu North Caro
lina, including Asheville, all stations ou
A. & C Air Line, including Charlotte,
and all station on Chester & Leuoir nar-row-guagc,
Gastonia to Lincolutou in
cluive.. For JnforlnTilion call ou uciviest
trcket agent. '
The Messrs. Tucker a! Ralcili HaTe Won
the Prize A Dry Goods Palace An
A coon nt of this Immense Success
The Men Who Made It
What It Is.
Notice to Vetera us. i
A number of veterans are speaking of
going to the Exposition at Raleigh en
masse. Arrangements have leen made
and if you wish to go, register with Mr.
W. Lawson Kluttz. The rail road fare
will be $2.60; the time, about. Nov. 10th.
t'rvi,'T nffV GOODS EST A 15-
The Fair Opens WUU Good Weather
Proceedings Up t the Time of
Going to Press.
The Fair opened Tuesday at 11 o'clock.
The Pi 'grim Covuet Band, headed by the
marshals ami tv hack montaining Presi-
j . tt . t R
,.t,i f PAimri-ua oespmhlfHl on Alain For vears ine una oi t .
.i -r.-i. i.:n:... ,.!.. T,i,.irr . Cn. has been a household
s.veei, mio aiicr giviK . .- "
ot music, marcnea mine airecuou oi tc -- ---- - - - p - .
Fairgrounds. 1 since won an enviame repuiuuon u - - -. w wijij aswers
ir M AlPvnndpr was exnected merchants and their customers are now Have opened a Fashionable Mtlllaery store, and
i I... ., ..ii. I renn?.t tliar. tha tniaa rt a..nnv... - -
i.j y ojiiwui) vim uuu see
tfielr stock. TUey will pire the latest styles and
lowest prices, store over J. w. Dostlan'a. Mln St
Two Stores Full of New Goods
KLUTTZ &RENDLEM AN'S
New Millinery Store.1
t ' ,r;., (i .L- (i n v
I . i . - -
n-.r'U V. Miller and llenhcu Holme
J- iire speiidisig the week at home. Mr.
filler to attend the . Raleigh Exposition
' . .i... i'..:.. ..,,.1 l.'ii to .-ittiul llie
3:nl i iie i .i" mm -v .v,
tanrriao of his sister. j
There uiM Je comrmuiton services :vt
t t r 1 .... 1 1 ii . I .i " I ij'-
tnucr 2-nh, 'i'repliral'jj y services m 5?at
iul.iV "tL'e. 'J"lh at 2 p..m. The roliectiou
w.Tfie forbe'::elldarv e;luej,tioi:..
, Two wri's oeeurred on the W. N.
ii. . 1 ... 14..,. X"..!.-. lin.
:r at A'exandi-ia. Tu'ej.ty lieiiti
.,rr '.vi re (lean) i-licd. No o.n'e was hurl
;n the train collided -from 1 chrml.
Two Ilaljau organ grinders struck, the
i . i 'iMi i . . i . i. .......... i
t , it l.iL r'aluiTiay. i ue nan me wmuh
:j.Miikt-v dre.'r.f in bov'.s' eloihiug. The
John Rtjbiusoirs circus tram pulled
into tiiis place Sunday morning at sun
rie- Thev unloaded their entire train
before the average hoy was out ot bed
They erected their tents ou 'Sunday a
tiling we can't com mend besides doing
i. nu ll other work, not consecrating the
holy day. .
The country peojile came into town in
wagon loads Sunday evening about sun
svt . 'Monday morning they still con
tinned to, come until the town was
on the morning train, but for some rea- found almost all over the teoulli
son he did not come, therefore we were One secret of it all is that they know
lea without a sneaker the first day. how to buy, what to buy and how to
Very few people, owing to the circus seu. They have always treated their
yesterday, we suppose, were in attend- 1 customers houestly. They sell no shoddy
ance Tuesday.! The day was takeu up goods aud have no fancy prices. Rich
in preparation rathtr thaivamusement. and poor, higb and low, all get the same
Two runawavs within the Fair grounds treatment at that house. Another secret
added some to the amusemeut of those of their success is that they keep up with
within. A horse hitched to a wagon ran the times. There is nothing old fash
off with it and rau past the floral hall, iohed about this firm ; iu fact, they keep
Stroner men ran behind trees, dodged in hf.nd of the times. Still another secret
o -- 1 - - ,
houses and otherwise took care of them Gf their success is the fact that they ad
selves, while a plucky lady" off to o c vertise liberally. They have done this at
sidft said: "Look at those cowards: nn immense exnensc. lint the increase
I wish I tvas there to catch that horse." Qf business' and widespread reputation
A running horse, while training, trip- has more than paid back every dollar
ped, fell and threw the rider about expended for printers' mlc, and to-day
twenty-five feet. The horse ran all over j the firm fears no competition North or
the grounds without doing much damage. South.
1 he display was very goou in an ue- the store inspected
ri-n.ifiiii inforuar la ennvvti m I
I A i . .1 . f. r foniraonttitivn nt T MP
The exhibit of hand work is grand and Watchman went through this coital
our ladies . .re certainly to be praised, establishment. W e are always ready to
,, , j i V m. C. . nil,. SaV a UOOU Ulllli: lOI ii vuuvci ii iw.i
The mhroidered OUllts are finm IhC "uu b . ...
ball is full and to know and appreciate
what is exhibited, it must be seen.
Quite a number of the cages are filled
with poultry. The poultry display is as
fine as has been on exhibition at any
time. Thos. Johuson is the right man in
the right place.
The'entries of live stock is quite large
fur sneh an earlv dav. aud the stock
Now ready, the largest and best assortment of
in all qualities we have ever offered, and at prices to suit all pock el books.
The best and handsomest line we have ever offered.
per yard. Big stock of
Price from 0 cents to $1.50 ,
I The best selection we have ever mado.
and Underwear a specialty.
Prices to suit buyer--. Shitt, Collars, Ties
KLUTTZ & CO
one price to all,
Family 10-Cent Diarrka Miitnre
From the cheapest to the best hand-sewed, at
GOOD THINGS TO KAT.
The best of all lands, at prices that all can buy and cat to their fill.
things to eat, and have bought the best and a host ofever thin;;.
us before you buy.
l ours to serve,
ami that pric
We like good
Come and sco
KLUTTZ & REisDLEMAN.
Unequalled for the Cure of
au honest business, and especially one
that is liberal with its customers. About
Hi first thincr vou see ou entering the
- " ' t ,
store is a good looking, cleau shaved
.young man, who is always busy. Ho is
watching every chance to accommodate
rry .... , , f
a customer, mis young man mi.
John Womble, manager of the dress
iroods department. All about the front
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Choi-
era Morbus, Summer Com
plaint, Fains in the Stomach
and Bowels, sc.
10 Per Cent.
on New York-Cost.
it i i : i. . . ; -v
, ,h:i. you will see young latues iiunjiugw
. j anu iro waning ou iasniouauii'! .:u3iuuici?.
WtlBlwiscu. , . , i:.l.,u ,t
ri i.;.,ni.fnJvff.a ,rnnd but At WOU1U oe Strange u 3u
HH.. StlUUawj, wiiiij 3 , .TT...I Uni,
at this time the. winner cannot be learned. Jas- " " "
... n Kio hiw two cvps wide
The boy bye tie race was uiucii enjoy eu
byaJl. This ended the first day of the v V '
J . on customers promptly. Pretty soon you
The time is at hand when the old and young must be clothed in raiment of wool,
with never-leaking shoes and boots upon their feet, and a nh-e hat and overcoat to
beautify and keep them warm during the cold wintry day-;. Now i:i ord.i that
j every man, boy and child, rich and poor, should w ear one of our warm uiu and
'a nice overcoat, with hat and slices to correspond, we will sll f .r the next three
,. j; .... ... .ii ..mi -i
1'rin.i. ' i...v
to tluir nickel
.no liu-y ;;ic gone we
L.ioviiu vv here.
loie jieopte Were crowded i n the -three
,Vars n iiie li ca-uie up. the Yadkin road
.Monday than Wai ever nocii in that num
bef ore. Tiie ears were full the plat
forms were lull, the .bairaire car was
full.: tin; ea-i iu; and tender was full, and
:t - i
.'.brce heads were out of each w indow.
The usual rowdv crowd was here at
the tirctis. Loss(of bleep aud corn li'.juoi
vvbulJ cause liie-iii to slip from gi-aee.
nini seviral 'went home wjth hrni?-ed
.heads. The .clleeUs could he seen yet on
Tttesdav I'vciiiiiL'- llit; di oot. A counle
r o - I - .
yf-uieu behaved so unbecouiingly as t
rile the i.laeid nature of the ticket agent,
and only by the interference of frieiub
"Was he k opt from doing aJiarsh' act. He
wiirprolect the cao? ot ladv passengers
if -sihle. '
Rates to llie V's!ch'i N rl.h Car
oliiiu -Ji-sociui t i o it .
i For the-ahove occasion the Richmond
rDauvi lie "Tail road will eell reduced
foletound tiip tickets from all stations
on the We,-tern North Carolina Division
to - Brysoii City, N. C, and return at
lutes nanord below from fo! lowinsr points.
..Salisbury, $:S; Hickory, C'f.oO; Ashe-
' . t. 111.. 1 - f .11 . "S , " l'.
me, ;'.ai; aynesviiic, ioo; jriuies-
villo, $ls.-,; Morgan ton, . $U.'J; Hot
''sKiSs,$iMr,; ' .
Kates from intermediate points iu same
The st i cot para.de took place "at 10 !
v'-,)(M:k and was witnessed by an im?
mense throng. None of the cages were
o:en and but few animals followed in
nil 1 '. . ....... --wi
iue proces-iou. l ne cie)iiunj.s uuu mui
paraded. " " .
The performance was good. The lady
rhicrs were expert, in fact the riding
was all very good. John Lolow, Rohin
m.iu's famous clown, quit the ring more
than a vear ago, but is .now equestrian
iirerf.or. A committee, by request of
he ladies of Salisbury, waited on hitn
iskin ' him to appear in tne ring as
own. lie came forward and announced
that, hy such a request ho would act the
1'ooUit night. He said it would probably
e the last lime tUat he would ever enter
the ring as clown.
After the day ptMdormar.ee wis oyer a
baliooii - ascension was' announced. A
huge balloon with a parachute attached
ami attached to that liStrapcze, was.sent
-I r m . . - m' i c-
. t 1 J . 4 .... em
swinging ov ins nanas ou mo uain:
and while going up he performed daring
fjats by changing his position at differ-
ent tinies and once swung himselt head'
downwards suspended by his feet only,
and at last when he looked not larger
than a small boy he. cut his parachute
loose aud descended to the ground safe.
He lauded near town creek.
Oiver thing commendable, there- was
jittle gambling going on, a thing so com
inoii ou circus days.
This day opened under more favorable
auspices. The large crowd on the street
showed signs of aJbright day for the di
rectors. The veterans did not loose
sight of their day and came out en mass
Two hundred and seventy veterans were
inside the grounds with their badges.
Hon. Charles Price had been selected to
address them, but circumstances were
such as to detain him in Statesville. The
committee then was on the lookout for
another one. They hit upon Hon. J. S.
Henderson, the right man in the right
ice. ue maue mem sucn u uuk ue
is always expected to make and such as
would suit the ears of his listeners. His
unppcli wsis annreeiated bv all. After
. j. ii-
his speech was ended the old-time sol
diersfell in line and marched in the di
rectioli of the table which was spread by
the good ladies of the town and country
Manv empty sleeves and wooden legs
showed the sign of the veteran in truth.
And now to the Fair. Tuesday was
only a shadow of what yesterday was
FuiJv 1.500 were within the
The News in Davie.
Our farmers are busy sowing wheat.
i Xlitf fMttie Rahtisolt is atiendiug the
exposition at Raleigh.
Tdr. and Mrs. V. E. Swain are visiting
relatives in State.sviile this week
Tlw now roller mills at Faimington
started iu Tuesdav and are doing good
There were representatives from all the
adjoining counties. The displays in all
the departments were mueh larger than
on Tuesday, and they still continued to
come in up to 6 o'clock yesterday even
in?. whea the entry books wero closed.
To the untiring energy of the president
Capt. John Beard, much of the success is
to he credited. The Fair is a success so
faT as a fine exhibit is concerned. We
have heard it whispered by those who
have visited both places that the display
of exhibits is as good, if not better, than
the one at Raleigh.
The fiell crop department has already
entered 167 articles, aud they are a
credit to any farming country.
Mrs. J. C. Linirlei in pantry and dairy
supplies, has a beautiful eojJection of
good things to satisfy me cravings oi ii
hungry man. Iu tins department there
are 15'J entries.
The disidav of orchard products is very
good. Department of household fabrics
anv otner one ueuaiimeut
Frank Flemming made a, trip to the j , v everv premium in this depart
Atlantic coast last week. lie will len,ve. t i t-fite.i for There are 135
soon for the Pacific
The Davie Medical Society
meeting iu Mocksvitle Tueslay
laiit hu.iuess was transacted.
On the 3d inst., A. W. Ellis,
exhibits. Department h,., mules and
held a horses, is verv larse. There is a large
Impor-j number ot cattle on the grounds.
have undertaken to furnish our
readers with two verv valuable book
"Ladftrf ami Capital" is the title of one,
the other is 'Troiitab'.e Farming in the
outh."-. These books ought to be in the
- bauds of every farmer in North-Carolina.'
The hooks can .be seen at the WATCil-
. a"' olf.ee at liny ;time. The. price of
v'hahor. and Capital' is cloth
thidiii"; ''Pruiitalde Farming" is ,ot,
'Ioth. -Call and -see -theju and give-"us
Jeur Older. - ' - -
t'lAvniiir.d. ui.-hed that it was a
CorrestywiAence of tbc Wateliman.
Tm name will probably be Sarah. The. directors ot tne Acauemy nave
t . - , . i . .1.:., , . ni
v .l,t. ean learn and from the numoerea ine bcuo.ar ... t.
M- t J t A - .
in, He ition of the times we think tnere
flatherinir com and sowing wheat is
the order of the day with the farmers in
Mr. A. A. Trexler has at last went to
cd n ni n r cotton. He ginned more than
. - ' . . . .. i r-i o " .
Lemnenical Couler- r...... hundred bales last year, but he wil
hardly reach that number this year, lor
the cropi-s not near so good.
Mr. Robert Smith, the hicdory woon
on customers promptly. Pretty soon y ou
will see another quiet, care-worn man.
Thi is Mr. William lioylan, another
member of the firm. He is quiet, but it
is on the same principle that still water
runs deep. Go into the office and you
will find another quiet but activo man
who is too full of business to bo very
sociable. This is MivDobbin, one ot the
firm, and one who has done much to
make the great, business what it is.
Here you will also find a handsome man
wearing gold spectacles. He is the best
nnkino- man in the house. This is Mr.
Joo Ferrall, chief bookkeeper and con
fidential clerk. For nine years much of
the responsibility of the bouse has rested
upou his shoulders. You arc very apt
to stumble. over Jim Thompson. He is
another pillar of the concern. If you
hear a plain looking, rapid talking man
making a noise, don't get alarmed.
This i-Burrell Pierce, one of the confi
dential clerks. Next you will see a
good looking young man about eight feet
high. This is Frank Fcrguesoa. He is
one of the best shoe salesmen in America.
And the fact that the linn carries a
$23,000 stock of shoes goes to show that
the shoe salesmen don't have much time
to play. All around you will see fine
goods of every description and dozens of
busy clerks. None but good salesmen
The building is three stories and is
packed full of goods from collar to dome.
It is supplied with a cash railway, an
elevator and is lighted by electricity.
Go up stairs and yon will see tho fine
ine of furniture, chinaware, bricabrac
and carpets ever exhibited in tho South.
No other furniture dealer in our State
las such tine furniture. They also have
a large stock of Japanese ware, and
many other things both useful and orna- j
f his firm does a big business by mail
They will send samples of dress goods by
mail and deal with theircustomers as
honestly in that way as if you visited the
store in person.
We are proud to know that North Car
olina has such business talent and glad
that many other firms iu the State are
showing enterprise that is so commenda
ble. Truly old North Carolina is coming
to the front. All we now need is reform
in various lines, for certainly our far
mers, mechanics, business and , profes
sional men are doing their part to build
up the State.
Look at This! our entire stock of clothing,
TT CMl- U.,a Ornwrt-ils P-l n 1 3 S hftlS lioots. t O aVS. 1 11 -. I 1"
uai?, .nn. i' ii i. ...... i ,.-
Undershirts, Trunks, Valises, Rubber Coats. Rubber S;iue, I i.iM.-i
Handkerchiefs, Underwear, and in tact everytiuug we nave in m- . .
. Tt-;. Cravats,
We are now receiving the
largest and best assorted stock
we have ever carried.
Read a few of our prices:
Rant Koods, 10c. per yard.
Brogan Shoes, 1.00.
Dress" Goods from 8c. to $1 .00
Men's -Shoes from 3.00 to
A full line of men's and boys
The cheapest line of Groceries
If you wish to save money,
do not buy until vou eet our
We mean business.
10 PER CENT. ON NEW YORK COST.
We mean to sell' the goods, wo mean I have the rade
THIS IS NO HUMBUG
GOOD GOODS AND L077
7" r- j rvjpr
are any inducements, we mean to sell two-third of the- Fall a
sold in Salisbury. Embrace this golden oj, portu . ami b in
with you and make our store your neauquai lei , un-i
you want to see.
.1 w inter Goo &
i h" buys and eir's
' - anylb .g
H. & L. WRIGHT.
A Good "OliVr.
At the low price of the Watchman wo
. -can ' t allord to pay agents a commission,
-W we .propose to srive all our .friends a
Malice. To the person --c-ndinir
. -rgest- list of paid ujsub.-eribers bedVu e
Hie 'lii.sU)f Jair.ciry-ue.xt, we wi'.f make
Prcsetit of $10 in gold; second largest
list $.j in ,,,.4 third lar-est list ?2 o0 in
Isold, f .nri I. t. ....... ,t 1 i .1 cilt or B;-vs."nnrd
.!b young and ohb herais your chance,
.e every .-opportunity to pick up a new
subscriber. Somebody will get these
will be a wedding near Farmiugton soon.
Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Grooms have re
turnel from- Washington city, .where
liiev attended the
t ..'ict s;ii,..l iv n'ulit a'nirtv of men
J.OT.' . V . ...... . - . . Ill
. 1. .......... ..F ill innllll. llll
Weill- io some uuusc vi j
the occupants put and thoroughly cow
Capt. B. F. Limn, while driving a
young hoTse 01 his way from church,
wx.i.ii-oil ti:iinfiil wound on the wrist
bv the horse kicking lum.
Geo- W. Bahnson has purchased an
inieies't in the Cedar Cove Nurseries nt
li.,r. X C. The stvle of the new firm
is Craft & Bahuson. -We hope their trees
A member of the legal profession while
attempting to cross Yadkin ; river iu a
hn-.xt .lost his balance and fell into
Tk u,.iov rTe.id foremost. He told things
I uv, - -
just as they happened.
w-.ui- Itt-irtlrix is nursing ugly
wouiids on account of runaway. He
was driving a wagon loaded wit h tobacco
o.,. n ix... ,, of them fell on the horses
t..--. -- . 1T
i. f ,.. nmn. tlirowini; iieu-
lii.ini: ... ' " ,
'il.f. ton-jue. lhey then
and kicking, ana
T?A.ililirAD f r
Office: DURHAM, N. G.
D. I JULIAN & CO.
low for Your Jewelry
Factories: DURHAM, 11. C, and BKHSOHD,
This is a Home Company, maniiliicluriHg Fer
tilizer expressly for the Farmers. Every pound
Lost: On last Friday my large red
and .white spotted fat beef cow. llad
large horns. Any one knowing anything
of her whereabouts will notify me at
once at Salisbury cotton mills.
J. YV . VV . V 1SI1EK.
Marted out running
ran one on each side of a tree, jamming
the wagon up against it and s-topped.
Mr lloudrix. was unconscious of his in-
-.!,.,. X' -- '. -. ,. ....i i
vaii h . . . iiiincs mini aat-i n:u
jju. Ihui rtght now. Lvery name J .. .. fjAi . , (r,mmi in a helpless t
.jou send will lve. placed to you r credit. ' j ., He is improving. .
Oct. 2'J, ISrfl. n tbn.au.
f Jinomi.(-r the price of t he. paper is
; ;'U! if you Hend us manv as ten they wilt
'f 'letint ..ii .a..!. Cfi (u v.. !
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria:
man, has hands still at work in this vi-
. T t 1 4- ...
cinity. tic nas snippeti more man tu
thousand cords from Rockwell aim uoiu
Hill duriug the past year.
Mr. E. B.'C. Hamblv has purchased
three morehead of the famous blooded
stock froui Mr. B. J. Upchureh, of Ral
Mr. John V. Fisher bought a good
hor last week for $12o. Horses are
scarce and good ones are finding ready
We are pleased to see Mr. W. M. Lin
ker in our midst again.
Messrs. Adolnhus Miller and John
Goodman caught a catamount one night
C'apt. Eauies is building a stamp mill
at Gobi Hill, near the Barnhardt shaft.
Part of the machinery has been moved
already. He is a hustler and is going to
do some big thiugs about Gold Hill in
The enterprising men of Gold Hill, we
learn, have raised more than twelve
thousand dollars for the cotton factory
at that nlace. and thev will without
iloubt siet the balance necessary to begin
building. Speed the day when Gold
Hill will have a cotton factory running
at full b'ast.
The train ou the Yadkin road has
three coaches attached thi week for
the accommodation of tjiose attending
Watch repairing a specialty
All work gurantced 12 months
Wlien Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cantoris ,
Vhen she became Miss, she clung to Castaria.
When she had Children, she gaa them Castoria
We am still at out old stand
on Main street, where we have
snnot.des. and all kinds of fine of goods guaranteed the Highest. Grade.
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jcwclrv on hand at the lowest Materials. Farmers will always get vaiuc it-;
ceived when buying goods with these brands Qn
them. Don't buy any goods until you examine
carefully what they arc offering, and then get
tlioir nriccs. Exclusive mamifacturers for the
North Carolina Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of our brands :
North Carolina Farmers' Alliance Official Guano,
Durham Bull with Peruvian- Guano, Durham
Bull Ammoniateo Guano, Peruvian' "Biihstituto
They always ,,ay highest cash Guano, Great Cotton and Com Grower Guano,
J, F, McCUBBINS & CO.,
MILL AND EXPORT.
price for Cotton and Seed
Don't fail to see them.
AND SEK HIS NEW LINE OK
& FINE SHOES.
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Rubbers and Gossamers,
Progressive Farmer, and N. C.'K A.
PARKERS' ALLIANCE GUAHO HEAED ?H0H.
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CoLKIMDCi:. N.- (.'-, '
W. 1L Worth, S. B. J.,
Dkau But: As mueh has heen said m reizai
' Ui;,w... fWtbo.il rinnnn I wish to Ftalf
iiiers .viiiiwit. .mn.iitt - - .
Durham Fertilizer Company, and othns, that it
atisntetion here on all crops. 1 fiA- it on v.---from
a lot .vhere I sowed 12?. huh-U .( .sn-.i 1
bushels of good wheat, or 25 b;ish-ls lroiu one.
to the acre. I
The Alliance is solid here.
Mfulluu l .e 'ATVl!M N wh' : wil -Aril"
X. ( Far,
you and llu;
i;-t full, ami
l l 1 I ' , . I 1 V V '
I., F.31a on.
I e who will win the gold.