THURSDAY, NOV: 12, lSbl.
- Just as we go to press we learn that
thowphuuuge at l'urrium Springs was
burnetl yewtvrihi.y- (Thursday) evening.
This home was vneI and rjin by the
Presbyterian cliuioli. We kam that no
lives were lost aiul ih;.t very nearly all
" Ilave yoii got your fi&ej ?
Aiaerebaftt in Calaa .Grove wants
. The trees on the business part of Main
street are gone.. -
A car wa3 41rfown off the track out
near the cotton factory Monday.
- Mji Cora Monroe,- lauv;hter .ofthe
sheriff i very sickrwith puyum juia.
The street iiujjrovHigjfrgpin steadily
on , llock luis taetf Turtvvr oua so, ua re.
M r. . T. Wyat t sbi pped naot her mill
etone, to LatUmore, X. C: fur grinding
The police i going to Ical q'uutera to
eouifbody for bursting- n'reo. ackers at
jiisht. : . ,
' Sorac one feroke the stoxo of J. V.
JC.igle. and .s(.lc "ha-lf bu,hv'h vf app'Us.
aud some other tfcing. -
Mr. J.- IV MaHah of I'p.vie flinty,
I. Ai moveU to. our city :md is .speaking ol
pjaing a lobaeca factory,
sKiv D: L;ith will bS4 with the good
Methodist brethren litre another year.
The Dr. is pleasant and like 1 by
Mr. Joseph A. Wiley and Mi.-.- K.i Jv.
Ilaitnian. both'of this eouiity, were in u r-
Hed yesterday morning hyiiey. C. Aj
liusc. - r - ' M
, Ou account of the delay of getting our
- paper, we do not get ut on lime-this
week. It took six days for paper to cuuie
I'ro in Raleigh to this oiJice.
Some of or subscribers are coming
forward and paying up promptly. This
is what we wouid like to see done by.
more of those who owe us
The court house uow presents a new
siiid ' attractive appearance since the
work of repairing has been done. It has
44 uejyjnre quite nicely built.
' The Fisher, Ritchie and Shupig tpuu
ryiiig company have just received an
order to'ihip 70,(00 'pounds of granite to
"Charlotte to be used in the foundation of
the gingham riYil.'.
' Rev. C. ' Ii. lfeHeiv ofIIeilis Mill;
Ilev. Or. Peter Trexler, of Concord, and
Rev. J. M. L. -Lye'rly, of Faith, went up
to Xewtou to attend a meeting of the
.i Jerinan Rifonncd synod.
' Laft'Tuesday evening Black Mountain
was struck w it Ira show r of snow. The
mountain as covered, v.itli t!ie white
stuff, seen by a pass'nger on the western
train. This accounts for the cool pcil.-
i(?Soanjngorvthe man who was arrested
for wrecking the train at Rostiaus bridge
and lodged in jail at StateMvi'le, was last
week ""released, by the grand jury net
linding evidence efioK.r!j to !;iing a true
'hi 1. .
liaby Miller oT the Salisbury WArcii
MAX, wears a coon skin cap, Concord
&ankird. - -
Col. Jim Cok, who wrote the above
paragraph, is the same man who tried to
get water oitt of a gas jet to bathe; the
same who d'offed his hat. to a marble
statue of a iady, laying that sJic was the
prwltiest woman Vie ever saw; aird a few
nights Stro Walked up to tlurpenny scales.
at the depot and warmed Ins feet and
body at thc.n, saying that it was mighty
kind for the railroad company to put up
parlor stoves for the public. He should
apply.for a pension on account of con
trad, rd eys:ght while serving In the
Nearer Hume this Time One Man
. Killed, Another Woaud.d.
Last Sunday. night about the time the
eclipse bad uily passed over the moon
asafhrough freight train was Hearing
ihe dtnnf y.h& tm i u illj :i e'T!'i.- p W'id:i,
the property WHsigotlen out fore the , just a sllorWistit11te llortk of Mr.
budding was burned. 1 if,i..r..
The train was "long and lieavily loaded,
and evidently was rnnning t too Mgb'
a rate of speed to be so near "the station.
"All of a stuldeft there was a ciash-4 a
sudden jar and the engineerhad reversed
liis engine and applied his air To him
it was a rastery to know wht .vas the
matter, lie leaves his engine ja charge
of his fireman aud runs swiftly back to
sec what has happ?ned. Fourteen eats
back he. finds the cause of his alarm. lie
sees thenars piled up to the height of
the telegraph poles or three cars high.
The alarm of a wreck i given to the
town people. The material train was
stoV.uing ort the side track at this very
vert spot, and the debris of the wreck
had piled partly up on their sleeping
car and knocked several hoJes in it. The
hands, terrified, piled out of their shauty
in every helter skelter manner.
The first question was is there anyone
in the shattered mass. The train crew
all showed tip one brakeman was -reared
near to death, though. He lacked ouly
one car being in the wreck, but he did
his duty and wound up fhat brake. He
sai.l to the conductor when he came up:
"Captain yon '-m get another man when
you get baek to Danville. I'm donu
By this time that much abused and
hated tribe of man, the tramp, came
limping up. lie told how he and two
District A ppomt meats.
The "Wesfcrn X. C. Conference of the
M. F. church. Sou tli, -'"which met Jn
.AsbeviHe, November llth, closed an un
usually p'easant rrsion on Monday
The fidhrwmir nVe the appointments
for PiTMury dit net. , -
.1. T. lonn. Piesi.liiMr F.lder; Salisbury
-i'.!', n,'V. 11. Leifb: Salishury, Chestnut
Hill, A. L. Coburn. Salisbury circuit, li
v. liryaiu; oooieat eireuir. v . i. l)aw
on; Mfieksvllle eircTiit, J. S. Neb?on
Farmingtoii cirenit, L. K. Stacy', Mt.
Zion station, M. A. Smith; Faioehvirh?
circuit, J. D. Rule; Concord, Central
church. H. W. Riys; Concord. Forest
IT. M. Bbvir: Concord circuit, L. M.
Brower; Mt. Pleasant circuit, T. T. Sal
ver; Salem circuit, V. V. TToneycutt;
Norwood cirenit, Z. Paris; Albemarle
circuit. R. M. Taylor; Gold Hill circuit,
Lot The O.mmI Work Go On.
N7)w that the town commissioners
have ordered thnt all the unsightly tr?es
be cut down, andall the sheds fronting: i
t!ie stores on the leading streets mut go;
keep the ball rolling while it is started.
Since the town is l)rginninLC now to pay
some attention to the beautiful, let these
old unsightly, wooden buildings on
Main street be toru away and" substan
tial briclc buildings le erected in their
stead. They msst g,o. They are not in
keeping of the fast improvements that
Salisbury ,is making-. Brick buildings
would; pav their owners nnsch better.
These poor builcHngs must go aud we
other men w ere in one of the cars whith
were, demolished. They were lying in
an empty car when they discovered
something wi-onjt, and they all made for
the door. He leaped oui from the run
ning train which already ba-1 piled r-p to
a preat height. .' lie was caught in t ;i
te!egr4ph wires and hit tliegrtaind ';; :
brui-ed and stunned but with no other
serious hurts. One of the three was. -a
negro.. He was fotft.d weighted down
with a car door. One of his arm:? was
broken and Ins snouloer Jisoeni-u. iai
the third could not be found, II,' muM
hj pTiraed down in the sn:ah 'l i e
car in wliich tb?y were in was pointed
out by the tramp and the men set io
work to find him. In some short while
her was 'found, but too late his life w;s
gjftie. lat;i cf Ids. legs were broken a ai
bi.f body ter.-ibly nij.iag1ed. His body
was carried to the freight depot. From
ouc ofj.be train s we learn that the one
which -was killed Kvas a h-.y .ily :v1ioim
10 years o'd, and that ho said iii !k.H'
i was somewhere in Tennessee. He ha;
Men Who Bar and Sell Potatoes,
Slre.agtheR Ynr Tyes and Make
Anewfirmwl i h will go under the
nafle of L Ritchie & Co.,, commented
opperatwi this wf k r.t the old stand of
D Ii. Julian. Ti.-y bought the slock
originally owned I'.v P. Brown.
MV. AillCtiie, wio s iu;ma!;?r oi ;
the coiK'eru is IVora Cabarrus county
near Jit. PJeasant. and his partner. Mi
Dry, rs yf the s'juh- section. 2dr. Ritchie
isWie of Cabarrus" best raeai and he will
no doubt prosper veil in his new home.
We are always gkid to welcome snch
TROTT 5 HUFFMAN.
This firm has boi'bt the stand of Mr.
E ' nun 1 rtggs aivi will deal extensively
i.i country ' proI h e and such thipgS
l nev are ootn vouii- oui nave uau ex
perience. John ha- but one eye but that i
is a good one and he will try to please
you. It wouldn't le advisable for John :
to buy hogs.
SCIENTIFIC ornriAX. j
Mr. C. F. Reisncr, who has just com- j
pleted a rigid course under Dr. W. S. j
Fowler, Chief Surgeon of Eye and Ear l
ln!irmatoryr of Chic: Fib, is located in j
this city. j
Charles is a smart boy and will now I
take yon into bis r 001:5 and lit yon with- j
out you opening y rar mouth. This is i
the only true and snlo v.ay to save the
eyes. Besides this la' lias t;kcn a course !
in engraving and is prepared todo ail
kinds of fancy work. His office is in the j
jewelry store of his b'.' lhcr, W. H. Reis-1
lie!'. He te-ts your ey s by means f :ir- j
tifieial b. 'iit. You need not leave home '
home to consult an occuli". Stop iu
and see what he has t'" say. j
AKT fit.-";.'.. ;
This fancy iiouse is :.-;-en one door be- j
low o-ir office, atteti-b d by the jovial.
... ... I
(xnisoii M-.rgan we ) w:ii. taKC you a
nice rboto.-rraoh if von be ''tnr.lv." In
"" ;! ' : .!! you will hi've- a nice chuee :
! r;ir stvne nice thi'vs for Cisrist mas, i
eoPiM-ifing of anything :!iat is kept in an
art stire. He will i!Vit.i von a .picture;
Fsiij IS-fat Diairh! MSlii!
Unequalled for the Cure cf
Dysentery, Diarrhcea, Chol
era Morbus, Summer Com
plaint, Pains in the Stomach
and Bowels, &c.
Look at This !
To Stores Full cf; Ne? Goods
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KLUTTZ & RE ND EE M ATsf'S
Now ready, the largest and host assortment of
in all qualities we have ever offered, aud at prices to suit all pocketbook?.
The best and handsomest line we have erer offered. Price from 20 cents to $l.0
per yard. Dig stock of
The best selection we have ever made. Prices to suit buyers Shirts, Collars, T
and I'udei weat a specialty.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! . . - -
From the cheapest to the-best hand-sewed, at one price to all, and that prke
GOOD THINGS TO EAT,
The best: of all lands, at prices that all cjn buy and eat to their fill,
things to eat, am! have bought the best and a host (,r everything,
us be tore you buy.
1 ours to serve,-
- We like gu 1
Couiu and km
aro uov,- n'ivinir the-
ami sell vou a frame rr:.i-.rkab:v eb
hi y eiiiiiawaii
V. to sec him.
If you want to buy
any other fine Ktuff eal
i always at homo.
; lariTi'st and lu-.-t
' wo Lave t-vor cavrir-l.
K al a iV'W of our rices:
Pant goods, 10:. per vard.
KLUTTZ & HENDJjEJIA'N.
'11 A f I F!
10 Per C
i r v r. TTT -r rr
1 ';-'s (
Hiaiflg1 Ile7?s Gathered ia This
Mini:.,' t.- n s-.f.' l.r.M 1 p w li Ue- ;
ai:t- cart- ;n i i u nsstry .-'s ia r- .n nv.ni'. tMasln-.'. ;
.r .tny oih'-r ii-t:t'.i::'t- pur-ue t: lsrit-a-rf.it";- !
.if s iii 1 vi';Uih. II U i-liti,''! 1 tin! theuroea : i
and Mod's SI
A full lino of nu'iiV
to ; 1 .00
toes from S'i.OO to
Anotbcr thing that ought to be done j bgrn for oysters during tbi.
iSht along in line with the street im- fiUiumcr in Baltimore and that now u
i""-"""" ir 'l ,a,"c MireijXVJls on Ws XV!IV lo piona.a to pick
leading from the depot upjo the main j Hc vvore good clothes and had
part of tow. 1 f there ss'one street that j
should be made better than the others!
1 his is Cat; one. Strancrejs eoming from I
t'.d .uifl M'.ver luinlu, -lat-i-ia
on tie l'.iiii..-' ociil.
per . n 'i' a-iniaa. Tin-
ry if jf'jai
, f i.-,J I.
ii 1 :
T !' tlf 1' vrl i
' a' Wa il lei
. 1 1 1.:' riosl- v.t'iev J
is. mother V.L.u
Tho ohoa!ost-lin; of Jrooorio:
The lime is at hand w hen the old and young must be clothed in raiment of Wo
will) never-leaking shoes ami boots upon their feet, and a nice hat and overcoat
beautify and keep them warm during the cold wintry"' days. New in order ti
every man, boy and child, rich and poor, should wear one of on: warm suits
a nice overcoat, with hat and shoes to correspond, we will sell f,,r the nextjtl:,.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING
Hats, Silk Hats. Overcoats Pants SI oe. Boots. Collars, CaitR Shirts, Tics, Crnv
Undershirts. Trunks, Valises, Unbbei Coats. Rubhcr Shoes, Fiuiuv'.las, Suspiuh .
Handkerchiefs, Underwear, and in fact everytinng we have in ook, al
10 PER CENT. ON NEW YORK-COST.
THIS IS NO lll'JII'.l'ti. We mean to sell the goods, we tea:i to have' their;. '
and if .
GOOD GOODS AND LOW PRICES
The mf.nrhers of the
fire rirra Danies
a new-pair of shoes on his feet.
The hands now set to work to remojje
. u .1 : . t . . e. .... 3 . 1 . . . :
t ri ':i ii wa.-. 1; ir 1 ai .' s
hotpot up town are very ture to form j , d a.-molishcl. three loaded and
an improssion of the place by the first j , ) The oues loaded eontainid
dg'at of i t 1 1 that be true the impres-
. . . 1 I . ! . . . .
Swifa- irbdi tt set theiu selves utdlbrmsr nru" ,,uv ccria.nii,oi ue wnat n
Tliey are siiu-iting tlc towa, for sub-jfcriptioi-s.
The sen." ice they Jiave ren
dered the town should merit handsome
tails for the. boys.
The book reception is now before the
j ieop!e to act. Five hundred circular
detters have been scat-out, and if you net
' one it is hoped that ytm will kindfy give
at a reading and a serious thought. Just
one book for each letter would le live
iiun.dred, vLat .a-uicc little collection.
should, ilty fathers you are doing well
and may on. laybold of this piece also
t will the ap)roval of u;any
a iid v
.An' entirely new schedule i'
operation for all roads eondn'g into Sa
bury, Yadkin train trcts in now at
'.8:3.0, making connections with the noi it
bound passenger, also one "from- t'te west
does the same. The Yadkin leaves at
PJ.30, and the north bound train at niht
leaves two hours later than heretofore.
When wanting your picture, taken
' don't go up stairs, but go in Jto'au's
China and Art Store, "wh
nbeaut rf ul Ch i n a, Piel u re J
Lijind Willowware. Don't
near Christinas but get yiur photos t:.'-.
j now as I will be too busy
a week of Christmas.
re you can ?ev
delay till rich'
' One of Salisbury's young men while
out ehattirg his girl very late one night
last week, was attacked by a w ild ani
mal near the iresideaee of I)r. Ivaniss.
."lie gave ; it a hand to hand tight and
came- off. victor. Iltf carried Ids pi-he
home and discovered in the- morning
that he had, killed a musk r.0.
A II ijrh Honor.
Prof. V. H. Neave, of flits olace, who
is known all over the country as a musi
cian and fine w riter of musical literature,
last week. was" honored by being notified
that he was duly elected a Fellow of the
Society of Science, Letters aud Art, of
r Loudon. There are but few members ol
this society in America," only the finest
! theologians and best musicians ara ad-
t mitted. We are glad to know that Sal
isbury has.'the honor -of possessing such a
: member, aud we are sure, too, that the
honor is bestowed on a worthy man.
A Happy Mm ringo.
More than five hundred people ns.-crn-b'ed
at the Methodist church last night
to see the marriage lite performed upon
Mr. James H. Uunay, the ue.it post-
ma tor. Salisbury ever ua;i
that, a young man who
M.--s .M.;ry I.- Mi.ie.', one of Saiisiiiiry's
handsoinot belles, a nalivti of Columbia,
S, ('., but l'-r more than a year a resident
ol' S.disbun , in which 'circle of society
slie .;n i u e.-1 i ma b!e laeuira-r.
S;oJ a brilliant wedding
fruit trees and plants, and wrought iroL
Ft- 1 -It
pipes. 1 ne wood w as poeu out anu
1 a I'd
. . . ; '. i. i-.; is.
mense b(.d of ore.
I VI n;
bb-n ix-nca: li
I f you wili to save
not ,,!.a:v ii'Uil vu
are any inducements, we mean to sell two-thirds of the Fall
soid iii i SalisbuTT. Fnibrace this golden opportunity, and biii
; the bovs and i.
with you ami make oar htoie your nt-auipuartcrs, ami we wuj si:..w yo,; jnyti
v-ou want to sec.
ie ruo:in o; i tr.nio v.a-i.nu, en.v an
mslt.t fo tell of ti:i !c;'ti!;iy ami iiu jini
alili; value. Kamhdph l:.is be.-n i' r
years noted -as a manuia'
aud wiil eje long, ie w.-
ing -'!i a ' ,
i a- one i- t
Wo moan Imsinf'ss
-urpnr-ed by many in ni'.e t.d-. A mine
has lately been partialiy opein d near
Cedar Fal's which
D. l J la: & 0.
H. & L. WRIGHT.
hiif!il v r.
ere ver known, and a
i . ...... -
o tJ. t liic.M , l.ao-i. lo
burned and the wreck, cleared up sj that
trains p used ovv. b- k t two
o'clock. 13 )t!i .id- c.'c. e torn
up and a teiegra.-:.- e i: n.
Tiio wreck is supp. -4cd to have oc
curred on ace-Hint of a broken axle.
. A Seo:id Wrrcl.'i
Wednesday morning at o o'clock five
iniie.': south of Chii.a ti rove at ihe coal
-.in- to heci'iue
uie of the rii het in this- - vet ion ai' eoun-
I Iry. litis liiine is ki'0'.a as I . 1 1 : 1 r.
iold mine. The other d iv I was shown
vune cry fine specin ens of eld by Mi
W.H.& R.S. TUCKER & CO.
-rv tine speeurena .. geld by Mr. i "ps T1 4
lieddiug, of liamil.-nian, o'ne Vsl-J. VJTC)0(..LS
Autumn, 5 91.
Wiiieii Wv-1 siiied nn.e. ea J i i.nv weijiiits
almost pure gold, :ti:d lie i,;..! a nnailter
of otlu-rs not so large, but tiil very lir.e.
ihe geological structure 1 ; n
:io train W--
lie e.irs were !,il
I- ! 1 .'f le.- : no
ai: not .--erioas.
style on b-
was. hurt but
i Walls. Ill
! The i. & IK
t i . i -1 : i -
d :.)) in i ii t
'f : he rend.
m..ea wa- 1 'a e. ne 1 nii on me nandsouie
Cll'lUeii o'i-j,au wililo M v-.-MV. 1 beo. I).
lirdwu, ,J. u. it cii :"e, D. L. Ga.-kill and
K. C. -Whceier, gruomsiuen, marched
aisie and tOik positions in
- b: iiaid luck.
1 r .ii iv: rs .f
its of siren 'iii were
i. wiii 01 uie aiiar, wnen 1 diow mg came ! travea-i"
-ir. i;am-e uv:ii:i on uie' arm ol
Some daz.diiLr f
performed 0:1 our streets last Tuesday by
a troup of four meu claiming to be a part
of a Herculean Troup which has been
in the South. (Uie of them
e rocks aval
general appearance ad inc. a.-::! iu:nt-ra!s.
erppn:;s an' good ucneraUy. 1
a wit h tit -vi
mine will oon cauanee Use value
e-iati- in tliis whole seelioi. ei' i- ::'rv. -Si
Tio-ri- i- a rid; silver ni':a- at Ki:i:: s
.a. 1 ::,:e in. I; was known '., 'i.t- Ii.ii i;
ad i: cfjbi . "t lie f ai:.d by t'ae wfiite
iio-n. A i' w day s ago a miui-ur tumiled
-n the mine. It is in a cave. Inside are
f lie tools used by the aborigines. Some
aft be ore was sent to the Cha.i Jolte mint ,
and it contained I pure silver ami i.g-oid.-The
di.-coyery will ii"t i-e i.jiaicd unli!
:i'e r-'.-iMicr; v can lie bmi gbt.
iy .v.. I
: 1 u ; 1 . l
swung a d.iao bei: m eaeli band iar
besL man, Mr. Vv . O. Lindsay; last but j above his head, that weighed 7G poitm.s
ever heard. At S:10 Dr. fTejth pro
siounced Uie words 'biian aud wife'' and
ISiirii Burned. j
On last Friday night the birn of Mr.
.Peter Glass was-burned. . lie-, lives five
miles down the road &outh of China
r:." The barns were full T roioghing. A
large oneaud a small one were-consume l
t four horses wers roasted t death. Tne
; . flamc3 were not discovered n ti:ne to
save anything bjt a new. mowing ma
chine, - His cattle broke out fiowever,
- and were saved. It was supposed to bd
.the work of tramps having loose matches
I will sell at public auclion-ou Main;
str'ei, Snhiray 2r!i ini;nit, one good
. a their pocKets or from the spark of an jolu.s buggy. Terms strifHv ca.h. )
not least eanie li e cnaxmiiig bfide le(lTy each. And with his middle finger he
Miss Mollio Murphy, of Walnut Cove, picked up another that weighed 114
N. C. At the altar she joined the arm ! pounds and held it out at arm's length,
of the groom and the audience listened With them, be performed several othir
t i oi.e of the most impressive cereuiories feats.
Hal the most hazardous feat was per
formed by one having a stone broke oil
the noble act was ended; the curtain fell. his head tlial weighed loo pounds, with a
Th.w took the-vestibule train last ; sledge hammer. He first took a block
night -and will spend a few days in Wash-! of 'iron that weighed 111 pounds aid
ington, New York and Philadelphia, ''placed it on his head, then he toook the
i'hey will be gone ten days when they j rG;;k, which v;;s about a cubic foot, and
will return and take up life's responsi- ! hud it on top of this and then the man
bilities. who hand led the bells took a hanin.er
Tne W.VTCHMAX with scores of other i that weighed six pounds ami struck the
friends is eager to wish them many, j rock some eight or ten times whet: it
many joy's. was broken ia two pieces thr m the
7" B5 m .7 - j middle. He apparently sustained no
P. I. Vir.si.n. Smiih !.iin .'"
-having an i 'attbig. i'i
hi-a m. 'I sharp r a.'.or.-: t a' ! tine
in 2 ai.d !i .;au)fi!-,i v,g a s ;. iab
lei;. e!l i ' :;ri-'l :.l tin ?C 1
ai i t :.:.
'. r yoav
a - -a ir!;
H i r-;ir(
'Vib V.a.it a.
-t-; a ):'.:.
hdillg t'.e K'm;-.; :
a; j.r.-ivir.di.u: .
to i a il.e
tin' niv'a'i.5 ut' our
M A i !
i b-.ii r i)i-
; I i r o a n -'
ia .1 i.i'i rk'oa . n:i ten :-u
h. : :' li!' . tVem tin- ' ,
ec-r a iiui:'!r'"t iu-i iron: nri i--!;
Iiui! !r 1 feet, ii'iji aning the i.;:
,. .Mowers .ml lie- Mi.-e
a ui st rec
ie i 1 ' 0 1
A Good Olf r.
injury. He claims to be a light weight
':U - jay t )
1: iir-.' i')d
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My la rye and well
tock of Fall and Winter Goo
is now ready and complete, an
EnHil cordially invite your'attehtic
to my different departments.
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At the low price of the 'W.vrcmta x w'e i ehaaipiou w restler
can't al'onl to tav acrents a commissitm. t
but we propose to give ail our friends aj 'iwc Valuable Hook.
chance." To the person sending us the We have "'-'dcrtaken to furnb-h our
largest list of paid up subscribers before i meaner.- w an two very valuable hooks
gold, fourth largest, 1 in silver. Boy 1 liaiKls 01 every tanner in ISortii t anoina. I
men. voumr and old. here is vnur ebai.'ee' ! The Miks can be. seen at the Watch-
m a a onice ai anv nine. i ie iiiue o
largest list ot paid up subscribers before 1 ,La 4C1 - u" lu" uull'lli,B
the lirst of Januariext, we will make j "IjJ,,n,: a:ul Capital"' is the title of (
a present of 10 in gold; second, largesti,he ot!ler ' "1loi't:1'! Farming in t
list $5'in gold, third largest list i'J Q in !ulh-'' Tilic books ought to be in t
Capital.1' is (Id clotl
s-eize every oppth-t unify to pick up a t.ew , onice ai
-ubserilKO". Soip.chcalv will oir 1 1.. i ".Taaor and
handsoiiie New Years presents, w by not ! ''dndiiiL ; "Profitable Fant-itit:" i ."0.
you.; Dejiin .-right now. Every uainef ilu!iu -a!l 5,11,1 s' v' ;'u'-' give u-
vou Send w ill be placed To your credi-t. ' .vo,5r 'der.
Remember the price of she paper is $1 o0. I rr.
butdfyou send a many ys ten they will j
be put on at club rates, $1.00 Now let's '
see w;ho will win the gold:
and ms xi;vv
& FINE SHOE
ALSO A LARGE LIKE OF
Ladies' and Gliildren's Rulers find Gossamers,
I I T X. 7. , ' -TTI !
MY FIRST FLOOR, as usual, consists of a cor:
plfite line of Dry floods,. Notions, Blank
S.iuwis, etc., which will pay vou to cxamin-
MY SECOND FLOOR is now arranged for Clo;
. ing, Hats, Hoots and m-s. But in this
partnicnt I make a specialty -of CLOTIIIva
i and will not be underso M bv anv one. I h;r
a pretty line of fine Worsted, Cassiinere a
Cheviot Suits for men, boys and children.
Li"-ht medium and hoavv weights. He;;
quarters in tliis line.
MY THIRD FLOOR consists of Wood ami V
lowrVVarer L 1 ssware, Trur.ks, Valises, etc. V
MY TWO LARGE WAREHOUSES is in tlie i
of the store, and is filled with the largest sL a
of groceries in the citv.
FOUNDED IN 1864 bytbe present eTH
ttrnt Increased Annnal atteadanri-
When B.bj- was sti-fe. w 5uvt- ut-r t -r'.-ruv
Vp"bn tat- was a Clxl'.d. she cried for 'tscor:a
iiVheri she lt-a.;i-? ?Ii, sue ehsn to Ca-tona.
Wbt n slie u&d Ciiiircn, i-iie ga - rh:;j Cukri
facilities for educating YOl'G ME .vJP ocrapyin'
school for their children. PARENTS .CD W-HEJ
idS5Lye-27 YEARS of Tlnd ri?
lS(i THV.J?- OccnDvinT f;.-t..rMine-Stand unrivaled .n
r U f- nil 1 I U ' " , . i - , r.s.n rt
eirchildren. PAffEWTS .1 WOMEN for stirred in li. in-aeciaiug -f-
CHEAP tnitionis very dear, becne ort at first, bntit will prove therheagest m tt'e.ciT
Hies an offers opportanitiee, for ch-ap teacher" cheap surround ing..
Thi9lnstirntion.owinstoiUHICHRunn? POSITICttJ tJr iM pupr. aadg.radua-.-roans
inen and womenfrora aHryi "Ty dwirable pos.tjo more
ail similar institutions combine Ciu,,iu,' North Carolina juth Carolinaantf Georgia, au
Addrwa, W. H. SADLER, i5SmiCtt,w
countrv Merchants will d well to
'and exninine my lines before purchasing (1
; K-tll stock. Call. on
eugfH?; Ji C. l Jacobs.