Carolina - Watchman.
-L O C' A L .
THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1S91.
M.S. Colly in'quite sick with gfip. -
j Mr. J. P. Wolcr lost a goosl horsei?uii-
f day night. . ,
j The street Itanda are putting Gtoire o-u
InnUs strcetthis wctit.
Mfa. J. D Gaskill is .spendius a iW
days with fricinid at Wiusion.
jLC-TIptenf editor .of the Shelly Re
view, vriv in the city last Saudny.
Lexington tarries tho vote fur sub
scription to the JNauoke &' Southern
4 road by a thaiority. of sixty. '. .-
! I . Tvvo emigrant cark. kurded with .-negroes,
were hitched to' tUo north gem
train Wednesday morning. , ' -(
I More people were in town hint Sufur
du?y than hare been ...any other lay out
;&i'leof ciretM day, in a iong time.
Mis Minnie Jones, Vvho lirtt been the
Kuestxf Mrs. Chus. j'lice forYso!rif time,
returned to her -home in- Raleigh Tasl
Monday , - -
. . .
Rev. IiSj1io!J, Secretary .f the "M-U-
i giona'ry Board of the Luthnmu1 Mu-eh -n-
I "America, lectured iii tiie Lutheran
: 'church last night. "
: j Jf you have Morgan to make yon -a
; dozen calinet7i)hotugraph.s al the rVguluc
4 price he. will make you a present of a
I crayon portrait 16x'il. ' .
On the outijide will be seen a -not ice of
the action taken by the llaiiroad Coiiv-
t mission as regards dclayeL trains. The
5 tJIh;e here has complied, and all trains
X Captain Ilambky, -at-, TloeicweU, or-
tiered' another Jersey x-alf from New
York. It passed here Wednesday and is
very fine. iL.sible.y is stocking Iiis
f fana with good cji lie. - ' .
I t- - ,
I The clever fellow, C. Fv K'rsig, who
holds down 'the Charlotte, eiid id the At-
; lanta Journal gave u.s a pleasant call
i Monday, and so'ieited ourVnid to write
1 hU Christmas story for that jauraal.
1 i --,'''!
I' Mr. Charlie Reisner, in company with
t several of hi3 lady. friends, took a drive
but to Zeb Tuesday evening and engaged
fn a lively possum hunt. They did't Lag
iiny game, but speak of repeating the
iihnt soon. -
". Chariot to is jroiiv' to he a dry town in
I the future. The county commissioners
I refused to grant license to the barrooms..
I There are two strung wings in Iho affair.
Meanwhile the State is taking an object
f lessou. If the ruTing of the oorainission-
l crs works here likely it will be tried in
other places, j -
l . 'Salisbury to Have a New Depot
Among the earning improvements for
t i Falisbury is a lufw passenger depot. Mr.
I WVbb teils us that it will be built soon.
e It'will contain all tlse modeni i.mprove
p luents and will je u mark of pride the
I II. & i). holds i u' their property. ..How
I ?ou it' will be tegun is not known, but
f wo are pret' sure that it will not be
Jong before Svc can mark with pi i lo to
L this heeded auxiliary.
I . . i . 4 t , .1 ,
I I -A Oohl Robbery.
I We had hoped that "the many burglar-
les being deprecated throughout tiie
i fetate would not le practiced here. But
I -. -. . -i .. ' " . . .
&ujJLUey nave come. JXionuay luglit
Ihey Wrtt-red the house of Mr. V. Wal
lace, and stole two. watches, . one u gold
one, the other silvcl3jevehy and some
' money. The deed was boldly done.
They entered through the parlor and
went into the rooms in vhjeh they were
jsleeping, carried their-4Jsli4 -into the
juirlor and there rafilutl them.. Several
?yardrobes vverc searched also. No one
in the house awoke, and the deed w-a
not discovered untiT morniisy. "
School JLJook 1 rouble.
Many of the teachers of t!ie public
schools teli lis that they are finding it
, impossible to'supply theii fcdlioold with
Buituable books, 'j'liis is irmatter for
our Board of Education to take no- One
Jhulfdf the terms Of the wintvr. 'schools
tire gone and many are not yet able to
get books. Some arrangement should be
i iiuide, jitul that at oticp, to see that the
books ure in reach of the people. It is
-true there is not much "money in selling
'.'.school books, but surely 'some oae has
deep enough interest in our public-schools
lo keep the 'book on hand. Little
enough' can be learned at our public
Bchoois any way. but it is simply too bad
.that books that are needed, and were
needed a month u-,o, .";..;;' te jmd-? This
is a case for 'some one to take1 in hand.
Public money ii being ppent. ?
A Sad D
Our town was shocked very , severely
at tho sudden death of 3Ir. W'ilFiams
jllrown, the tinner of 4,1m place, last Men
dayV Mr. Brown, was in his usual good
lliealth about eleven o'clock,, wheii, h&
left his shop and went to the potoHice.
.On his return, back he stopped at M. S,
JJrown's clotliiiig store and bought some
ooda. lie p:tid forheta am) while he
Kvpa getting his change Isaick suddenly
threw up his hands on I113 forehead and
vxlaimedohi my he:idl ' He t?,tied.
to fall but WAs cWght and led to a sofa.
.Three doctors were at onceTehlled in, but
;they all pronp-nueciJ Jus-ease cue of apo
splex, and beyond their control.- Mr.
Ourown lived bmt a snort while. lie was
iixty-six ycar3of age and .was a highly
lespccted citizen. He leaves -.a widow
and an adapted daughter to mourn their
preat loss. ThisqKgiurn. of life
puses many people to extend iheir deep
and heartfelt yiiipathytoHho beieft
A Gnncanl Man, Supposed to be JIra Cook,
- ''Wants to KnowJSereral Things.
Monday we recti ved ii large envelope
postmarked -Coucord N. C, which is a
little village situated about, two miles
from the railroad, bet wee rr this city and
Charlotte. ' It coiitahed a 3ype-vrittei
letter signed "Jim. ' . ""'
The writer states tn at he is a very old
baclielorcontemplating matrimony, lie
wants to know how he. should broach the
subject to hiijady love. - :l .
Well, James, you Should put on your
best - look, pompadour your, hair and
shine it with u blacking brush provided
it is getting slightly" gray. Brush up
your three-year-old .clothes so they will
look decent." You must then shorten the
distance between yourself and-tho self
sacrificing yotinglady whom you are going
to ask to commit suicide We mean mat
rimony' (Jet within ypcafcing distance
of her, James. Don't be too sudden
about it. Work the sympathy racket.
Tell her how -lonely, you are. Remark
'incident ly that you are expecting a large
fortune from sume" rich relatives soon.
Tell he that the census . reports show
"that-4lrere ure ut ariyO.OOO more females
in the United States tlmn males. She
will-see the Importance of accepting a
reiisonahje oli'er before somebody "else
gets a vvhaek at you. If you follow tiiese
h-ul.es veu will be Hkelv tosuccei'd.
Again he asks: "Did Patrick Henry
dijff-oyer America in 1 10'J or loU2? One
,f nsy friends says that it was Jefferson
ik-;.; - ...I. A : ... I V '
Ans. t'ot. t;hris!opher Columbus dis
covered A.tneVif-a in 1102. ie traded
some niliber ballooiFs, si box of fire
cracktrs and a pint of rum for all of the
country east of tlie Mis.-issippi river. A
few millionaires huve since come into
pdssessiou by working upon the preju
dices of the people.
-I am trmibled with sleeplcssaes. 1
have not s!ept--afull nightin six mouths.
Can you suggest a remedy?"
'Doubtless your efforts to mairy has
caused your trouble. If successful in
yonrni'itrimonial ventures no doubt the
trouble will be overT In the meantime
avoid eating indigestible grub, such as
peanuts, hard loiied eggs and bologny
s.iu.-;ice. Bathe frequently and don't
"economize in the use of soap.
"During the past few week3 I have
been troubled wifh a dimness of vision
and light ht-ad. I feel that lam going to
fall'-when walking about. What will I
do for it?''
No doubt that is the result of sucking
your toes when yon were a kid. Keep
ing your lu'ud down so much caused your,
jhraiito form oil one side, This is in
curable, bat can l e helpo ' some. Wear
heavy clothing in winter, tell the truth,
pay your debts -and stop reading tile
Write again, James.
Are You Honest?
Almost everybody has to credit his
neighbors some at times. A good ma,ny
of our snitse; ibers have been indulged.
We have been patient with you. We
believed you were honest. Now you
have a chance to prove it No honest
man vvilf. rea 1 a paper several months or
a year and then neglect to pay for it.
We think our ' patrons are all honest.
They are nmong the best people both in
town and country; Money is scarce, but
those who have received the paper
should recollect that-it takes money" to
run a pape r, and a g od deal of it. We
hope this reminder wiH be ail tluU is
A Negro Under His BcmI.
Tuesday night about 10 o'clock as Mr.
Ed Ileilig, a young man employed in the
railroad ?!iops, aim living with his father
in Brooklyn, .was preparing to get in I fed
he thought of his money in his pocket
Toes. lay Tieing pay day and went to
tlie bureau and put it in a, drawer.
-iVhilestooping down he spied ar.eg.ro
under his l)ed. Being unarmed, he rpi
out of the room to the one in wdiieh his
father was sleeping. The negro, then
being eeti, tried to make his escape
through the lront door, nut it was
loeked. He ran to the back door aud
tiicre escaped before he could lie caught".
The negro r.-tn up toward the main part
of town. .Several pursued, but he was
not caught. 1 le evidently intended to
get. lleilig?s monev after he had gone to
sleep. This burglary busiuess is getting
' Texas oil Wheels." ..
-These cars arrived in the city Tuesday
morniugJliajiy persons visited the dis
pigy of the Lone St-ar State. It is fine:
Many thousands of dollars were spent in
tie get up of thi3 display. We can't de
vote space lo-enumerate the names of all
the tine articles. Perhaps some despoiui
ent man or woman over the short crops
of this State, felt a desire swelling in
their jjearts to go to this vastly rich
country. But if there was such an one,
did, he think what a display our own
State could-get up if Wo had the money
and the enterprise to expend on it? But
few things were there that we could not
put a black eye on. In d iffereut woods we
have a much greater variety than was
exhibited in those cars. In minerals w-e
are far ahead of them. Ia. cotton, ol
course they can raise more, but v have
about 'enough here this year. In grain,
fruit grasses and vegetables we are -far
ahead yfthem. We admir the artistic
manner in-firdrthe exiiibir w;U gotten
up and expect it will do much for "T xas;
Xoiih Carolina needs sameth'tug on the
advertising plau. 1st the ast few days,
we have received inquiries from partic
both North and West -"desiring iufonna
tiou as regards health, agriculture, etc-.,
in thii State. " t . .
CKMren Cry for Pitcher's Castcriai
MINING - DSPAItTLtEiT.
Hinins ITews Gathered id This n.6.
" Other States. . ,
".Mining is Ps.fs busiaasif nursuccr Willi th
sainf care an.1 in-lustry as nierchau Jula?, bantlDr,
vi-auj vMjer leuiuuKiie pursuit. - it isaisORcreatot
or wealia. It is claimed thai the prout du
srq!'3 fiud sliver raining, since tti tUscovery of crti
latetf Oil tlir Prtt ttlj cn.iit; fistoaats m over :t
fiwrenut. per ana&ox. vae iatur-nf -tle precious
met iUs ticks ao exoUaoge; lie creates. Wbat i.e
takes f romtue eai til lias instant a a ; ioi rfasle value;
Tiie 3ol urr lie: brincrs to ise &arf eels atjottier -oitar
tiuieu 10 iiie wean-n or tae wo: ia "
NORTH pAKOIJNA 5IINKUALS.
Oar StatjrExhibit at the Exposition
trom las liuRetliiv
North CroHmnnade a very fine dis
play at thef Exposition as follows: ,
MINI?IiAL3 .AND GEM STONE3.
A part of the collection of Mr. W. S.
Primrose Was shown as follows:
Large cluster of smoky quartz, wish
modi tied planes, Alexander county.
Several "specimens- of polished Jasper
from Madison county. : ,
A number of quo-rii crystals of rare
beauty ami several tiiits, Iroui various
localities in "t his Btate.
A magnrticeait cluster of Ametheisf, of
good coloVj from Folk county.
A crystal of emerald -green beryl, about
1 inches in length, and several small
ones, from Alexander county.
Three, remarkably pure beryls, cut,
fromAtexander county. '
One natural crystal -of hiddenite, spo
dumenene, from Alexander county.:.
A collection of tinted corundum, from
A cube of limpid quartz, cut, from
Itutilated quartz "arrows of love"
.stone from U.trke county.
Several .crystals ;f Tourmaline from
"rtialactilie, cerussitc, green quartz.
stauroHlc,: tale, &e.
The following was shown from the col
lection of Mr. T. K. Brunei-:
A collection of inodiikd quartz from
Alexander cosiutv, ranging ia color from
f almost black to limpid w'hite, several of
A few atnethists from Iredell county.
. Quartz crystals, with encrosures of ru
tile, abestos and liquid.
A line cabinet specimen of rutised
quartz o rich golden red and brownish
color, Iredell county.
Moon stone, Iredell county.
Sun stone, cut, Iredell county.
Calcedony, cut specimens, Mnccn
Ten dark garnets, crifJBurke county.
cOXCLUDED NKXT WEEK.
The following letter from Bill Nyo ex
plains itself ami is worthy of emulation
RrcK SitOAi,. N. C, Dec, 14.
Editor Watchman: Eaciosed had 1.50,
for which: please continue the WATCH
MAN to mv address for one vear. If I
move before the year is out, will let you
When I Hrst; '.subscribed for your paper
it Was qr.ite a task for tiie to read it, lut
a person can getxu-ed to any t hiiig. Now
I el that I eatl't do without it. I don't
always agree with your editorial views,
out think you are sincere. Hill Yaiuler
bilt likes the paper splendid, but I am
going to quit lending him mine. He
speaks f subscribing himself and prom
ises to raises club. is doing quite
well with his brickmaking at Asheville,
and I think he will become a respected
citizen of our -community when he re
torms, wltivh he is going to attempt.
ileping to see yon soon, 1 remain,
Mes-rs. Boggs, Kesllerand Khitlz en
tered the Academy la-l week.
Mr. I'.ox ii Sa.ttn's hands went to
work in rru- count v last Mondav.
One of a
Mr. .Paul Darrin-er.
who is a l u :
was a' hor;:i
The in-; e i
nnblic road '
1L c i).
eau-ed some of our
lo a very had ion
-Rev. C T. Heller will preach hi fare-
well . sermon iiext .Sunuay," instead ol
a former one as was reported.
. Mr. Ci 11 .Morgan, an cnlerprVirg
merchant of ( d ihil, liaisiied up his
house and store last week.
Elm drove Sumpy school will have
a Christmas tree on next Thars.I ij St.
Petcr'rf will have o k- on Xm.is day.
Tlie patrons of B t; - cr .-ehool district
have tiei;r new s-!u : hou.so nearly com
pleted. It will be painted at ait early
An election was held at Gold Hill last
Tuesday to vote a .subscription of live
thousand; dollars to the stock of the lioa
noke and Southern railroad.
Owing to a general increase in trans
port at ion, a heavier engine has been put
onlhe Yadkin road, capable of doing
more work than the one heretofore.
More timn 2,o00 cords of hickory wood
have been shipped from Gold Ildf and
Rockwell stations this year. Mr. Smith
says that the entire lot is a good as any
he has ever bought, and he has been .in
the business nine years.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria;
YT ANTED. A boy to learn the priting trade.
11 Call at this office.
All desiriug photos raiut conic
Morgan's new china store. Do
yoif want a jueiare
frames or engravings?
WANTED: Twenty thousand people are
invited to the Drug Store of E. C. Cuthre'.i
where jou can buy everything in the drug
' ' ' 1 1 "' A -
WANTED: Everybody to buy their heavy
and faney grroeeries from Cheely 5c McC'ul-
Moiiey is scarce but our jnce3 are low.
ANTED: Men in everv neiprhborhood . to
get subscrllura for the Watcmmax.
Vf ANTED: 901) baU-iteadeti men to come
i arid .ret their hair cut at T. I. Viason's
barber' shop, on fcouth Main street.
lf ANTED: l.OOu new ca?.!i subscribers to
tee VT0iiMN before the 6rst da
ir of J: li
lt vou -v iii work and Ui!k -,ou
. A svhrxd. nb
, i. to hf-t'i'i ev time fiiur ' st.
nv time ii i'tt r
'take charge an miadc-sv y "- god open
iuUffr Ilave hreiT teaeiiii, a .: 1 j.ri,'f tighi
years. Siiill gUd tj --n references
For , farther biformattoiv- ui :re.-s J."7lli..vii .
ruARi Harmry, N. C
Vf AN i ED: P. il. .Tlio-mpso 4wr a large b
f.ot in e shingle3at his foundry which lo
wishes sell.; )cS)t casli'he will seil4 Hiein at
?:."; 73 per in. . . "
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E. I."MDRE1S mrafllS
CAP-SIES TEE LARGEST
sto:k 0? .' . . .
TO BE FOUbTD IN THE
I Buy in Larfce Quantities Di
rect from Manufacturers
and Will Give Low
Mriis fer Oalalffls audi Prices.
GOODS EXCKAHGED IF NOT
E. M. ANDREWS,
CHAELOTTE, H. 0.
Mention th? Watrliman when you -n-rltn.
1 M e ij mi
ri1 I n IVI
I I Mill
The undersigned have nought out the
stock of Mr. T. W, BROWN on ITslier
street, opposite D. II. Julian & Co.
We arc constantly receiving new goods
for the Fail and Winter trade. We
have a select stock of
And everything fouud in a
First Class Dry Gec&s Storo.
We mean he.siness and will sell every
thing at reasonable prices and treat yt u
We will pay the highest market prices
fhipi'pno iiillnr fr.rn
U.iluKGltCj Uulu-ij L.;'J Villi', l UUOJ
ium all kinds of Country Produce,
us before you .-ell.
rv. Nov. 20th. 18DI.
il m m -
1 1 3 n n n
K V i
'Fresh Garden Seeds
Clover and Grass Seeds at
tllO lowest prietS at Eniliss' Drilgi Visitors to the Exposition nre cordially in
o ... , ' vtc.t to vi-'it our store, where tliev v. iil b
Be sure -and call for a bottle
of SiCures. it has never failed
to cure Pvs(K-si.i, Jii'Iigesliop,
and tSirk ilea(i;: he. I egrnive
von fir.st-clasH ref'Teiues in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. For
sale b d
? IN TIME..
Don't wait till yon pet fb-k to get a
hot tie of Enniss' Diarrhoea Speeitk', but
come and have it ready. It-will save yru
a doctor bill -a-m! probably your life. It
is speeily eurr f r Dial rl'.u o, flux, Sum
mer an:! Dowvl. .eoniplaiiits. It never
fails to' cure ir taken in time.
J. 11 ENNISS.
By virtue of a.-Jnoi tsijre dee 1 to me execute 1
bv Marpm-t E. lu ks and Gilbert' I. Parks, of
in wan" county. N. C, on-'the I'lst day of
August. 180, and the same duly registered in
the Register's office d Uowan county, in book
of Deeds, page '-'Al. to secure the puyment of
i certain note, which ii n v,- due and unpaid,
will sell to the highest bidder for oah at the
Court House door in the town "of Salisbury,
ttov.'an county.. N. C-, on Monday, the 4th day
Januarv. the property conveyed in Paid
Mortgage Deed, to -v. it: One house and lot in
ihe. town of Gold Hill adjoining tho lands' of
Henry Williams and others, containing one
acrennd 9 square poles, tho property oa which
the said Margaret E. Parks and Gilbert I.
Pirks nvr live. Also, one other lot in Bftid
town of Gold Hill, Adjoitiinu the aforesaid lot,
beginning at Margaret E. Parks' north corner;
thence west IT feet 4 inches to a stone: thence
-south 212 feet to a s tore: thence oust i feet -i
inches "to a stone. .Murg ret E. Parks' corner;
thence with her iine to the beginning. To sat
isfy Siiid note and iptercst and cots.
This LiOtli dav of November, It-JI.
' C. F. il .VfHCCCK. A cent
Hall Mill Ml. Co.
echool for thrc!pidreD. PARENTS honld
CHEAP tuition ia very dear, becaaes it means chean teaehers. cheap surroandin, inferior facil
iTici, and offers 0 opportnnitiss for escnrinij POSITOM3for Its papiis and graduated.
",h:itititnfir.ri Asimrtn it irf I r U standard of pirellfnce.: has olaced in desirable oositioES more
riav reanire tbe eipenaiture ol a lew aonara
yansr me n and woicet from Marviaad, Virginia, North Carolina, fconib. Carolina ana
ail eimiiajr institutious corabiued. Cataiogac and particulars mailed on application
Addresa, V. t!. CADLERf President, and Poander; or F. A. SADLER, Becrctary,'
BUSINESS COLLEGE, 6,8, IO& 12 N. Charles St., BALTIMORE, MO.
. Mention Uu- Wat'tjMjaa wUenjjm wiHe. x
lfl-Ciat Diarrlicsa liiliire
Unequalled for the Cure qf
Dysentery; Diarrhoea, Chol
era Morbus, Summer Com-
plaint, Pains in the Stomach
and Bowels, &c.
t This !
arc now receiving the
.ami best assorted stock
o ever carried.
Read a few of our prices:
Pajit goods, 10c. per yard
Brogan Slices $1.00.
Dress Goods from 8c. td 1 .00
Men's Shoes from 3.00 to
A full lvno of men's and boys
The cheapest line of Groceries
If you wish to save money,
do not ou
- We mean busfWs
C E. JULIAN k CO.
Autumn, 5 91.
We iuivc now in store the- most magnificent
cxhi"itiou of high ehi? lry (Joo'.s mm kin
dred vaiH ever shown muler one root in X. C
Stl'TriKHX 1XTKH-STATC IMPOSITION,
To he held at R.ilcish, Oct. I to Dec. 1, 1891.
; . siiorri.NO itv mail.
- To tlinse who do not expect to visit R;ilei;h
during the Ex;iositio;i or w ho do -ire to nuikc
any prejiaratia hetorc that ti lae, we nre aide
to serve i:i the niot satisfactory to miner. Ly
ttiC' nir:i:is of oar thoroughly equi)ped Mail
Dress Goods, W raps, Shoes, IIouseAirMiihing
Goods, Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, Underwear,
Carpet. Curtains, &e.. tte.
LettTsI of nuniiry promptly answered; sam
ples cheeruily sent. When writing for sani-
les our patrons wi!. please be definite to
i:;d ot troo
tioa can then tie triven their orders.
HOODS lKFd Vl'.RE!) Fit UK
; j.sjt'pt Furniture atul Crockery.)
On a'l cash of ".0( a nd n rr w e will d
goo is lre;c
O !1 c;) 1
est Ex'.-rcs- ojl'a-c
or iv .ilroai
Haleigh, I1 . C.
MonSton tn? Wot 'li
w!;t n jf.u writ 1
MILL AMD EXPORT.
They always )ay.high st cf tA
price ior tton and toed. .
Don't fail to" seo th;.i ,
T. I. Vjnson, South Street, for yrnr
shaving and liair-cutt'ng. irst-class woik
men ami; sharp razors at ail times. Hah--dress
in;t and $hampoouing soecialty. Will wait or.
ladies assd childretr at their homes. 1 also
j-harpen iseissors at fiom !' to l cents n jair.
Give biro a ca.ll.
27 YEARS of eontiaaous and enecess'iil manage-
opjin2 fanr building &tnda unrivaled in
for success in life. In deciding npon a
send them to THE BEST, because it payB. It
more at nret, dhiiiwui prove ne cueapesx m ir.e cdu
Two Stores Foil; of New Goods ,
Now rady, the largest aud best assortment of
in all qualities wo have ever offered, and
The best and handsomest line we have
per yard. Big stock of
The best selection we have ever made
and Uuderwcar a specialty.
From. the cheapest to the best hand-sewed, at one price to all, and tbatjprie.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT. -
Tho best cf all lands, at prices that all cm
things to eat, and have bought the best
us btiorc you buy. c
0B P IJ V
I have an ira m eh se stock
of Winter Clothing which must
now be sold, and
hard times I -will
S 5 00 Suits for $ Loo
8.00 u ' 0
lo oo u 8.5o
12 00 u lo.oo
15.00 14 12.5o
I8.00 " " . W.00
Overcoats and pants in proportion.
MY SECOND FLOOR is elegantly arranged as a
Clothing Department; and we have the elioio
est selection ever brought to this market.;
We premise you
value uf vour monev.
ING GOODS, &c.
?, HATS . .
" The entire slock of II. .& Lj WRIGHT is
now ofi'ercd at cost. The goods mast be sold.
Come while the rush is on and bo. in time. :
Times are hard and wearing apparel , is cheail.
Let evervbodv get him
-Ai " - -
GOODS ' ' "
at priceC to suit all pockelbooTcis
Price from 20 cents to $1.10
Prices 60 suit buyers. Shirty Collars, Tic
buy and Cat to their fill. We Hke go4l
and a host of everything. Come and see
Yours to serve, . .-.
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
to aeet the
make i) rices
esrinriintr with -this
zrve you all a
all at .
a suit. "
, LEE S. OVERMAN,
L. II. CLEMENT,