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J. la. jAM:Y, Editor Fro.
pa& yearjn advance
TERMS STRICTLY C4.S?
The Vatqhman is organ of the Alli
ance in the 5th and 7lh Congressional
districts. ' -
The Watchman has 50 per cent more
cm-uUitjoii than any paper published in
HiilislAiry. - -
Entered as second-flas wall at Salisbury, N. C.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, 1892.
Tub New York H o7 is advocating
Mhe graduated income tax. What next?
'The cause of the great common peo
ple is moving along, at u lively rate to
wards complete and triumphant vic
, JIeai). ; Everybody read. Every
family in the SUte should read some
good paper during the campaign, two
or three if you can.1' t . ,
KEEP COOL. , There is one-OC-v-tiw ngnts oi-pnr-i" uwu ui-.be'
. . . . um nprrvwnicn-iiHis nea ;cii uuiuu, -v.v.-. r--vM0 t
iiminrr np.irpn r:ininuii'U9 wo mv. . , .... .... . ak-
toojeaay to geaug
f . ' . - I S 111..... &
IUPU hi r n 'ii... . 1 J;l -"eir pripercr.
i'MIM 1 1, Itr? I .IJlfVl III lUllO Vft I ' I ' - -
rule America? ftovrls'tv good' tirtiel Jnesloro Monitor: . The corn crops
uesticn. -oal Anwnw in inoure county are uierauy uurneu
up. Judge Winston sent" a ne
gro to the penitefitinrylthis- week for
one yeai for stealing a watermelon, and
npaigns are ' ! ina'tbntis-the Tight to pay taxes to the 4eiiicf administered .it,3s supposed, i&
ry and excited it, f.tersiaWfls 'VeiM. ' irman whooddM tbeir.death iuherit
jre thingto sw;wo-nxen inf-wp-ltr'irfcieM
fceljttt!y discuss l'iti nra',res j to settle the que!
withVB'ayiag.so0wt!iig:'Jwrsh. WtStockinan and Far
are- all bilt that vay-Y nil need The rglltg 0 Kntie and the babies
inform. VVe are.top apt to accuse an should be moro secrid to any husband
than the supremacy ot any pouucai
party. Comrade, Vinficld La.
There is evidently something wrong
when raw cotton is worth Hut five
opponent of dishonest motives. VVe
sfeonhj give each other predit for be
lieving what we advocate. The Peo
ple's partfian beljeves his platform
is the best. The Democrat is reajy 'to
accept the excuses of the leaders and
thinks the party as near perfect ag such
thing-? can be; The-ltepublican thinks
hp fact that his naitv lias been In
" , , r 7 -A J' ft r
power so long a guarantee that it "-is
not such a bad one. Ml of them may
be mistaken, but they believe tbey are
not, and abuse jridicuie and -insult vrilj
nnt ronvince them, lletice iwV all-
ought to use more CQm mon sense in
discussions and not rend Uie country
asunder bysharp thrusts and. bulldoz
ing methods. Go-ahead aMv6tewfoK
whatever pattjKfts "60,'' win"
conveits if; jOu'cjUiiQt do it in a
cen sa pound and been postponed, till, Octobers 2 -. orc1.2.
cents a pound.-Lv 19 &" V )U (low.a Will,preafib tha dedi
lexas. v . . catory 'sermon and the city will give
.Charqes haye already been brought
.agaiiiRt three of the People's party can
didates. "He that is without sin
should first cast a stone."
Foe ten months the printers of
Pittsburg, a., have been on a" strike.
They are about to win. Nearly all the
newspaper and job offices are Union
A Collar costs the farmers about
jtwice as much of his products now as
Jt did before jthe contraction ot the
currency began, and only pays half as
much debt. This is a shame and no
right-thinking man will work to con
tinue such, business.
America has out one constitution
for the pauper and the millionaire
jut it seems there if a difference in the
scales of justice which amounts to al
most two constitutions or two sys-
terns, it makes all tne diuerence in
the world whose ox is gored.
So far as we know the Watchman
js the only paper in the State that has
reported the political conventions and
other news ut an unbiased manner.
.This'ought to be -sufficient for every
body to read it. Fairness to all parties
and obligations to none of them is its
Governor Holt said in a speech the
other day at Turlington that he made
."more corn and wheat on his farm
ibau all the People's party leaders in
pie State put together." Some of the
P. P. headers will be charging the gov
ernor, with "overproduction" one of
these days. If they are such sorry
farmers we do not wonder at their go
jng into politics.
A LIVE QUESTION. . .
There is one th ifig that 'snould not
be lost sight of in the turmoil of poli
tics, and that is ood ;road8, ;iti(f?,
towns and railroadscure being built.
That is right, but good roads aVe what
the farmer and merchant shqnld keep
uppermost in their minds at all times
so far its local matters are concerned.
VVe need reform in nearly everything,
but reform in road making is as promi
nentas anything else.
Macadambed roads is the solution.
!jNo other system of road making or
roadworking will be of permanent ben
efit. Tins . matter has been discussed
in Rowan and adjoining counties and
some start made Let the good work
, READ BQTH. IPESj
There is much complaint by the po
litical paper abtit farmers readiiig but
one side. ,lt is charged that many
read uothinjj.byt Alliance papers.
This shQuld.not be so. VVe join in
asking everybody; to' read both side?,
especially during ike cam paign. Sub
scribe f or 'sdriie'OlheFtlian5 an4 Alliance
paper if .you ppsaiijlycani- Truest here
are some papers' that iire totally 11 ui e
liable and noktiWP?tby :Qf patronage but
many of them mka'lair showing.
VVe wiTliforWiiW'thfirnd'of aiiyper-
son for any political paper in the State
if asked 6oo.;lIau;oytaii' means,
get all your nehJors to do so. Now
isn t this fair to all papers -
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P UT" THIS IS VOUK PIPE,
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riain Facts and Sharp, Pithy Savings
froiu Jtcforra Papers.
General Weaker is fifty-nine years of
age, and "Gerrefal Fields is sixty-seven
years.ol4 ,v- - r . . , .
L:4lor troubles will continue to
ihcresLse until the law recognizes that
the seller of labor has' rights equal
with those of the" bu jef of labor." J
VVe are for - the men who is now
fighting for our interests, regardless
of whether he wore a blue, or a gray
i.n iform thirty years ago. Clipper,
Levi nylons Neb.
Every cut in the price jof day kbor
in the east is a direct cut at thejariu
irig interests of the west, for -it cuts
tdawn . theboWrcha
iorneeessities. commoner. .
The reforms demanded tyytaned
labbr did not origijiateamQiig. ;the
scholars o'rstatestneii but among those
'engaged in the daily battle of life.
Advance, Corsicana l exas.' ' ' ; ,.
a negro woman, four, years for slander
ing a white worn an.
0 f . rr. ax
The fall term of Trinity College will
begin at Durhanfirr tnee'bliilditf,
September 1butt Ffned icatoiflihS
a dav to the occasion
ASHEYILLE, .J ?Q.'V A,Ug, 13 A. figt
tha.t promises to e long and bitleriy
Contested was precipitated about 1
0 clock this lnoriung: when the track ot
the ' A.sheville Street Railway Gfvm.-.
pany on ratton avenue was torn up by
a force 01 city workers.
Raleigh, Augrl- Tlie exact amount
of doss, by thevficftiAt. the Caralejh
Phosphate works is .to-night stated
at.7,UUU rirsiiraiice, 'flevidetl among
eighteen- conipafiienl ' M)rte'Halr was
ordered tlyTa"ifdpl (my Ifite
The Atlornev Generttt'lias has given
his dnjnion inihe-ickslmr2 oost office
W,ijwJ&ch rgyeres iber il practice
of the pp'stmasteifs.res'p onsi bility..
OfficTkVreprts ihow th at th hu mber
of clipSenselMnRiiitsia are . decVcus
ing, wWl'et number of deaths from
he diseiise sttlt "on the-increase.
There is a passibjity of Ketuplvy's
electoral vote in the coming eletion be
ing thrown out. by, reason of the defec
tive legislation ot the last Legislature.
Secretary Foster says the Force bill
issue is a dead one; that whatever the
President says on this, subject in his
letter ot acceptance will .. be wwise and
Supervising Architect VV. J. Ed
brooks says that the" new eight hour
law. will cost the "government $3,000,-
000 niore a year ori its binding con-
MAKING A PRESIDENT.
It looks incredible that an influeu-
fijal railroad m an could actual! name
the candidate for a great party, but it
has been done. Four years ago
Chauncey M. Depew, who is largely
interested in the Central, Hudson
River, West Shore, Harlenf; Boston &
AJb.iny, New York and New Haven,
railroads went to Chicago expecting to
be the nominee himself, but found
the VVest opposed to a railroad man.
.The next best thiiig was to nominate a
weak tool that could be used. Harri
son was the man. ,
Here is how he worked it: As a rule
workiogmen, business andprofessional
men dou'tcare much. RAilroad liCtory
pey s and professional men dont eMra
much, Uailroad attoTneys nd Others
who can be ded kris.jf(9$a3i- iii quietly
and the job is complete. Thb people
of this country inust get their eyes
open. - -i
MONEY. , i
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The plutocrats are furnishing the
people with what to say on the ques
tion of money. There are people who
are talking money and they haven't
got a cent. They talk about honest
jnoney" and "good money," and what:
. would happen if inord money was put
m circulation. the truth is they
mow nothing about it and care nothi
ng more than it -gives them an op
portunity to act the fool,
j The government pays 100 ceuts for
J he gold that goes in a dollar: l pays
from 70 to 80 cents for the silver that
goes in a dollar. The paper that goes
in a greenback dollar costs only ir frac
tion of a cent. -One of . the?e dollars
will buy as much as a gold dollar.
There is this difference. If the gov
ernment should Jbe destroyed gold and
all other metals used as money would
still have a market value, but paper
would not. But there is but little
danger of tbe government going down.
Hence ail this hue and cry is false and
the nVonle should no longer be de-1
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Iteno county Kansas, had. fourteen
columns of sheriff sales In a recent issuetj
Ah-, how the farmers of that county are
pacing off cneir mortgages wjth. the
aid of the Sheriff. The Hutchinson
-The deviliis not verv good authority
as to virtue, Jay Gould as to the. govP
eminent ownership of raiirpads, nor,
VVall street bankers as jfeo the result $
freejcoinage oi silver Charles MacKen
zie, in Iowa farmer's Tribune.
One more thing labor must learn, and-
1 that is that sooner,, or later organized
labor must go unless laborers yote to
make monopolies go mstad eof voting
as thev have in the past to buihl - them
up. Which wuut be? Wichita Com
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Yon have no iutej-est.in jwditics ex
cept as it will im prove youf, material
condition and raise vour .-industrial
position, without detriment to the
common welfare of the rest qf the
people. Cast.yomvvote accordingly:
It.. T.I . f. . . '
The great plain, people have got it
in their hads they can run tins gov
ernment, and they . are going. : to do
it, too. The aristocracy, may. as well
ield to the inevitable gracefully,, be
cause yield til e vvUl if their hides" have
to be whipped off li'.'era to m alee -'e in.
J. R. Burton was heard to say - not
long ago: Tfee gresit est tis take of
my life -wns-in -not" jiiming-"OTmH
damnert7ciTufcWrs, 'nm Hr VfTTI
find that the :Wxt gnatest VitsTake of
his life was in accepting a nomination
for congress against John Davis.-CVrty
Lentre Dispatch. - '
the i building ready again in sixty
y biieliry Auroras -Mr. 6:.. II.. U ng,
itGiamble's store, in Rutherford county
reports to us that he made on less than
n qaiirter of arf acre SG'-'bushels of on-
itnd; distant two feet from each row.
This was at the rale of 164 bushels to
the acre. He says this" .is better, than
cotton cult ureaXit cost him orily.eight
tiays.worK in preparation ana cuitLvar
tion or tne onions.
He ;w ho is dishonest in politics ' in"
hot honest in anything. Times, Hen-
No. bloody, shirt racket in ours we
want more peace, more money and less
blood. Harold Press.
An Infidel-Christiau and a Cleveland
Reformer are bothi:a.bsurdities -Vin-dicitor,
The People's party has no "rat"
seeking politician Upon the tail of its
ticket. 6 tandard farmer.
"The 82,000 Republican majority., in
Kansas has vanished. The 190,000
JJemocratic majority in Taxas is go
ing. Any man " who waves the 'bloodv
shirt north or south, ought to be hissed
on! the stump. Southern Alliance far
The "sacred" rlgfe&- of the dollars
(gfliui iue ri oianan, wgpuig to u
settled, 4uid tbnt 'soon. -Ldim. . Uti
1 ' ; : Stat3. j . ,
-Winston shijTpediOver a qua iter of -a
mi 1 1 ion pou mlsiaf .mun u f ac t-u red tobacco
hisp week,, .. y
Mrs. Virginia Madison was jailed at
larboro, iuesday, charged with killing
the new-born child of her daughter
Rosa. - v
Rain is badly needed" in Davidson
county. The tobacco is firing to
great extent and the corn crop will be
Silas Steele, a young man from
Stokes county, committed suicide in
Winston last Saturday "by drinking, a
bottle of laudanum.
It is stated, with a marked degree cf
positiveness, that Mr, James E, Boydt
of Greensboro, is.to.be the republican
nominee for governor. .
The fiecord snyf that Divisiou Sup
erintendent Berkley, or the Richmond
& Danville road, will move'his offiu'tot
Greensboro by September' 1st; ' .
Mr. - Eward Gilliam, editor' 7f the
Manufacturer Hieh Grade Fertilizer
Uoncord innrs: ine senn-annna
meeting of "the; lartnoii Manufctur
ing company was "held last Tues?dav
'Phis' ffiCtory- itfftde daring' the' past
six luonths,a,0i)r;25U-'vsifds 0f 'hMwir
sheetj-ng.A, In,trat3j mthey 4wei
mint a ; storage-. roam, one tenement
house, and adde.,j Iqpnisaiid
spindles, at, "a capt ,SS,,570;87,., 'ilie.
company declaretf a scmi-ahiiual divi
dend of 4 per cent.
The seed ot tiie . Holland silk long
uThe. .treasury:, department has de-
cjdedlh,at,:.foreigner , who makes a
contract in this, country to ; work here
and tien return to his own county can
not come back.
Old boatmen say that not for years
h'aye .they seen the Schuylkill riyer
a?f l6K haaftviysentiv; At : soms plaee
yorih of ReadiugY the river can . .be;
The eml(ma tailor in London -o. - , - - - - . - - t. Jf.
hatfe'locked out their "merr to the num
ber of '55,000. The Kx'kout resulted
frctra a prolonged dispute nbout piece
work. The strike had long been threat-erich)d.-,
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A ;bb1t of lightning struck the Fifth
Baptist church at Atlanta, Ga., tearing
the: plastering . off and prostrating
twelve or fifteen persons. No one was
seriously injured, but several had to be
harried to their homes.
and exclusively for the Alliance
staple cotton"'' attributed thongl
county rastr'Wfffl by Mr.
kbivsky, isr' be'illg'1 hard from. Mr.
VV ittkowskr distributed about six bush
els of the seed. MaiFjJim H arris-got
a dtvisjon,, aud,jjistiy"day went .into hi
helds. to seeLho,Wf the, Jougstapl-, was
gettiijg on.' ft" .-plant, -hecoi-'nte4
230 bolls, squa'veauq bloonis Equally
good reports ae "received from 3ther
fanm?rs who intVe fphinted; this -cotton
Gharlbtte)')1; Persons' wh.)
;jre"'at' the RoVf? Springs cn'm'p tneet-
rtf vrqMrt 'that UheVe was ah
MoVnion missionaries are busy in
England . The London county coun
cil has' Vef used tb prohibit their out
door 'meetings. A Baptist minister
denouncing the Mormons says that 500
?op:verts,J mMtly English, are sent to
Ut ah annnally. ' -
The war with, the Tennessee miners
appears to be over, for the present any
how. Gen. Carnes is at Coal Creek
with 750 militia and sas he can hold
le! miners in subjection. The casualties-'
of the engagements with the mi
ners 4were five soldiers and volunteers
killed and ab'Out fifteen wounded. It
is not known how many miners were
killed, but many , of tl&rn are thouglit
to have been killed oi wounded. Six
were .lvilb'dr,,in one skirmish. There
are ;2Q0,-millers held as prisoners at
N. O. Alliance Official Acid Phosphate,
N. O. AUiance Guano.
mhiscmw thnv!l8& .ijevbaps-
Uia;n cvur peiarnyiHi tni.niorcv jur.
Lid tlvwri" reffgiQrXwr.e. talk;.eld,!rT rKt'
Ci4wJl- StaUcjii, ..o-n .Uie -Charlotte
,nin!,Stateyiie railroad. -. fo-have.:a-
Irnl ler floikwijij-iinill.iif- n . :assu red.
fact. ArtiileS of in incorporation of J
il 1.1 .... v..ftt; i. f V. '.M'tTI'f.r :11
uin .;furrfttriwuniiig -j,iiitr mimng
CoOipatt-i were' -Hied yesferd'j'ty m the
That wiiteh, clock or piece of jewelry
wliich-yoif Iraye' jAid away as useless
can; berepaired; iid,' m;de as good as
iiew by 't'W
be j Reidsrille Bej-iew; and Mis :Jrdi Ijar-rrt-
villelso of' UeidsvilTe; were a intend jn'
The plutes are riiad because thecoma
mon people are, taking ahand in poli- J
iics ana -nsKingome very-poiuted-qnes
onw . pr-
r jpjen.-VVeuvAstartk "on. a ioafft
Miq .oouiuern otaies iionuay. jiewui
isjt ii3 3tate.ve-! ,'i,' ' '-
Freft silver means nibriJandjjftheapiT
money. More money jaensetter
prices for Ubor and prc)duiu,1--C7ar-don
'Traveler. . .
. The ripe" fruits of demonetisation
and gold bttg iiiethodsanarchisis and
li?n , assassins. IVhineviacch
;!Be ; Winston' Sentinel, learns that
HbelNorth Caro1tia Baptists will pro
fbnby oe 'niovedfrom !Fayetteville to
there with a view toHhepusTsibility of
theiremovJU;1 - v"
Congress was vtth&ut a quorum f pi
ten days but the coutrv was payin"
for a qnorum "alle samee," St.'Pattl
Great West; ' - r
Lazy men are the most positive:
they areioo lazy to inform themselves,
or to thapge their minds. Chmnnati
The lazy man is usually an ideail
man, for he Jives on theory, sleeps in
hope, and dies in despair. Cincinnati
People's Aid. I -
Which would jrou prefer govern
ment ownership of !i-ailroads, or rail
road owership of governrueurt?
Stockton Stqniil. s.-'..
God pity the people ah d keep them
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patient ior lneea ine cup or provo
cation, it wellfnigtr UW-f Atlanta Feo
pie's Party Paper.
At last the weather prediction is
meeting some stiff competition from
its formidable rival, ihe campaign lie.
office- of the -Qkirk of - the -:SAiperior'
Court.-. . . . ... -.::.' .'-s-s - l '
r.-SraiilyifK'W"1 v1i-oit" in
this county this year was considerably
ahoye the nyerge.. ..but tie voru ,crpp
will Tie ' ha'cdly liaUjpueli.. preswut
indication be , . correct. A. negro
revhue ofilt'er stepped off of the train
here "Tuesday evening with a very im
portant and official look about him but
several of his white brethren who stood
near by looked omewhat -sheepish. and
did not claim, relationship with the
Ike. - IThe-Te.be Saunders', gold
mine again conies to the front, with an
unpreceaHiiteil yielu ot Hie precjous
metitl. The fiew'superintendent, While
working a -rfnught-to-be-exhaiisled
shaft, froui a sj,y.gl;. wvshing .obtained
one qiuiri ot tlM3'ywlust.. -: -:
?Fhe grip isltV-aging the republic of
Peru. 3d; - ' : '-;
"The town of Delta and Geneva, Ohio,
y.ere swept .bjyifipe Sundu1-.: j :
- an extra session" of the Kentucky
Legislature lutsbeen ealled. - 'y '- ' '-'
' fjavipg graduated at the best schools
for ! watchmakers in America, we do
'.not; hesitate to offer a handsome
- Gold . Watch Free
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to the person who can bring us a watch
or clock which we are unable to repair.
Those eyes which have been giving
you; trouble, or causing you pain or
headachev'ean be properly fit with
glasses which will enable 3XJU to see
perfectly, and at a price way below the
raveling quack or peddler.
Our line of JEWELRY and SIL-
VERWARE is the most complete in
Salisbury. Watches were never so
heap. VVe are showing a most beau
:fu lino. You will alwavs find us in.
Look fur the blackest front in town.
Step in', and we'll treat you white.
, Always yours to please,
; & G0EMA1T,
Send your orders to W. IIWouTii, Stale 15 us-
iness Agent, or direct to us.
Yours Truly, ;
DURHAM FERTILIZER CO.
' Office, Durham, N,
Factories; Durham, ; N-. O,, and Richmond, Va:
TILL THE' TO
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The Caraleigh' 'rpTUs have begun to
weave cloth. Larger poles for; the
firejalarai f'elegran system are being
put ufT. The water in Neuse river
is very ldw; in fact it is said Ij be ldwef
than in - hVaiiy-' years: Raleih Vlutiifc
There'are now l7fi convicts in Ole
penitentiary and abount l.OtH) outide'
Uf the latter all save 125, who me on
the lireat Falls canal near Weldon, are
on the farms near Weldon1. and at Cas
tle Eayne. Noiie are now on rail way
The --Sun says that Lorenzo Walker,
of -Dutchville township, Granville
county, was in Durham the other day
and told of the oldest hog on record
so far. She was nineteen Years old.
He killed her last fall and she'weighed
Mr. -W. JH. Brown, a respectahle
citizen of Mh Airy, was shot ..in cold
blood on the streets of t,hat place laat
Saturday by oiue Thomas Aflison.
Allisonwas a .Jjraggard marksinaii.
and had killed three men before. Li
qiror was in it. ...
Mi's. Witfiam Side; son and daugh
:T.he Federal Government sent 600
riflraand 36,4)00 nrtridg'e to ihe Oliv
er nor. of renkessee. tit f . v ..
iiln-4rrrense' cte-iu.v ?ilfse'3' by seiu
mis; "disturbances Jl(pahf buriel'I60
houses and kilhnldOOfjeople-.
George GQiild,,-is,i,epprl ed . to 3 be in
tfonduras in tlie,nintei:est.,of a ..road to
be built acfo)is'',gj nijiaula .,, j
unoiera is oattne -increase- in Ham"
burg,.and is Ptiia' people are dyin
from this disease jby.the.nundraU.
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r. The State Tfeiishrer of Pennsylvania
has .paid out 152,000 on account of
the service of i troops at. nomestead-.
A cloud burst tin, Roanoke City,-Va.,
Monday , night caused 50,000 damage
it twenty minutes. ; One oerson was
drowned. . .r-.w - ..-r
mra. w luiam oiue; son ana aaugnune :miiiiary..raanoivt;c5,Jin
ters, living licjir Ctvufriionsvillc, ; N; C.,!.aCc6uut ot ot the iytcn'ri.eiit
Intensely hot- Weather ''preyails over
the continent Europe: in -Vfeiiua,
especially, the-thermometer is playing
extraordinary tricks. f
The summer exodus has left only
one cabiivet officer at Washington to
represent the power and dignity of this
.. Judge B6iid Tuesday appointed
VV. G. Oak man, receiver of the Rich
mond Terminal company, to give bond
in .the sum of 100,-000. y
Emperor Fr&cis Joseph hasoun.ter
maiided the order- for. t.he,.holiung o!
Che jmilitary. .man cou v rjes, 4in : A us tria 9 9.
People's Party Tariff
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-EMERSON :-FISHER CO.',
. Cincinnati, -Ohio.
New style Leather Top, Side Bar,
extra well painted and trimmed. For
: . , 'Salisbury, N. C.
All.the E.& ; F. warrented Buggies
are branded "E. & F. Co." on the seat.
When we are slaughtering
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It isn't too late yet to get yoii a suit or pair
ofTants at almost 50 cents on the dollar.
We have hundreds of Suits yet which vvc
will close out regardless of cost.
Don't forget that we will give ihe $W
Buggy away on September 15th.
M. S. BRO WN.
OXFORD, N. C.
Boarding and Day School for Girls
,(. , and Young Ladies.
PRINCIPALS: Miss Ma ?aret Burguyn nilliard,
: ' Miss KatUarlDR ll. ven Illlltard.
, . - A. li. Woman's College, Hallo.
- Instructions. Jn English Branches, Music (Vocal
urn jDsirumeuia:;, ah, uennan, t rencn una iLaun.
Terms very modsruie. Send for Catalogue.
i - i .
flavin qualified as administrator upon the
eKfcite rm rAtter Kirk, deceased, all persons,
hasikig claims against said estate are herebj
notified to present tliem to me for payment ou
orbkorc the 28tri, day of 'July, 18'j:J, or this
nbtite will' be plead iirbarbf their reeovery.
iAlt persons indebted to savl estate aie re
quested to. .mjiJiei j immediate eettleraent.
. . A . .1 AK f I I
When anything fs sold under the
jiufltioneer's hammer, the success
ful bidder is supposed to get . a , Q0J J
bargain. Ours is neither an auction nor a forced sale,, but our v ,
business enterprise tell us that 5 or $10 in pur pocket is worth inorc to
this season that a Summer Suit on our couiiteHhat cost us the nwe ,
of money, while the Suit may be worth more to 5011. Our mammoth !'
Clothing must lie sold out of the way of our NEW r ALL biutiv .
0 . .
SIX WEEKS. To d
Cost of a big portion
Ijetore. A rare oppo
f 4 I 1 W 1 tV h SS I hia w tlm VV;iV
UUUI JJKJkJ JL. t IO W V ' J " w - , " . , .v , 1
worth for your hard earned dollar. VVe pocket the loss and you
gain. Straw Hats almost at yotirowu 1 price. .
ROGERS OLOTHIN G CO.,
Cliiim Grove, X C
o this effet tively, we will not cmi8?der V alue nor et
of thisstock; and will offer Bargains you ,,av";:
itunity tor an wannuK 10 uoy '('"""n- -1
. 't' "- . V.. 1 1 : . ..iitu- rnii about
wp no in nun seasoi; . :