CITY AUD COUNTY;
Mr. C. -A. Montgomery has estao.i.
a wood yard " this city. ' . ,
Ir T. Bruner, of Raleigh, arrived
in thb c':ty lac t Saturday. ,
Kvaaselwt W. . f"ife is couductwg a
.sof iueetiugs at luUk-u uoueKc.
tw,. new railroids are itey
a in Chatuam county, so bays the llec
There were several case of burglary
in ihe city lasti week. The amount?
stolen were small. x
A large cistern at Lan5era distillery
capacity 8000 gallbu burstcd oU Ved
iies-lay of last week. ; V
.According to tli official count th-.
Democratic majority in New York ia th"
late election was 45,449. '. '
The new orgair for the Presby teria:
c urch in this city Jiat arrived at the de
,ot and will be placed in position thi
.veek. " .. '
A show at the opera house Wednesday
night of last week, also a row. " Four o.
five of the ofTendiug parties were bount
over io ine.aupeiior vourt.
Eight miles is a long distance to hau
Sire wood oil W wagour yet there are wood
bring "wood to Salisbury .
I haulers who
Green goods letters are. flooding the distance of ten miles.'
aiUagHin; have heard of severa. Piesidhlg Elder Key j i;
of them, recently. v (., : haviug ft Ume with curoUDCreS
Tt r .eys h'ive been , plentifu on thi The " he Udqw suffering with inuktk
niarke. for several weeks, ;and the price I the eighth that he has nuTSed this year;
paid has been ten cents per pound.
The corrected schedule of the 11. & D.
trains appeirsiii this issue, of1 Uio Watch;
Korn fsTiiie.!NL 0
rrc3 ondnooor tiio Walcliiaaa. '
Mr. Editor: The list lime your read-
r v ismia from iH wtx wm in ohl Iredell
YoiiMsest 'Vltlow oil Earth.
At Woodford in Orangeburg county
on the Hue f theSonth Boundftail-
ioad there n doubtless lue vounixe-d
widnw !ii the t-mjiitrrl Shf is-4ut 121 iThe 9lit Annual Session beehu Septembet
V.r i,f o KH I Q.' lsKi892. Register tor last year 321. tfjucial
e.rs ! him a mere -thud. , dub wa? 1u(.i.1...t...i,...., ' .Kl
4Uirc- u".i l.i'i;;il.MU ill I VI m CMMIU.t I 4.CTKK ASl) ISTKLLBCT,
brli)re l.it. was us.irrkd lo a Mr. Good-1 reuoUe!ie.
n, h man
v at non
f rty years of a P Yester- lpgillte and Post Graduate "Department, be-
; i:;iT.i.iKmd .h1 ti1(1s(. h1 Brs,.r,a8s 8chils ,b w at,
. 1 I . . I - T I UlTlfili!4 Kl nrP-rtnv 1 am wfa . .. I .
y ' 18 ,re vwched for bv a highly res
cHpturptl u.s, and is I , , - , . J
lit bu.sii,e-lchool ftalile the town iiauieii
in the citv. Columbia
' V i t I l! '
A 7 foot snow, is one oi ine luxurie?
th&ttUe people iu Kansas have been en-
Married., by R. A. Rany, Esq.. at hi.
resideuce, ; Dec. 18th, 1892. Wr. Qeorgi
V. Fesperman, of Rowan, aud Miss Nan-
icy Li 31. Wensil, of Uauarrus county.
Adam's Indian, fenew will exhibit ii
. this city Thursday .night Dec. 22nd. Sex
e Indiana ateju the show and,.frpni what
I some of our exchanges a&v the show will
Last Saturany tjyw" . , . -";.
ou the eliuiu gaug. for.thlrty uays xor -
ruiiken and disorderly conduct. I The new residence of Mrs, Press Smith
,r ... 'r,mar, Rlaine is in avery crit-Ion the cornfcr of Chureh and Horal
...mi i tiuii of health. -It is thought J 4treeJ3 beginuiug to make cousidrabU
-i- i ji li t live very much louger. I how and when complete will be a baud
. , i Wi i I week S-uae structure.
- il,'nivlho')k.H, colorevl, was last weeiti
j .. ,.hain frA,,fr for tlurty cajs air. iMorKan, pnoioerapner. next uooi
L. i ...I . 1 .a..cl.i-l flirlllf.t-Vf Kii llie I rrt lha W.li'hnian ' nl1'i.u .w.t
lake your "pnrty'V but he also has for
RICHARD RAZOR'S LETTISH
Johi s jii came into our deu to day aui
commenced tokhk be&tuse we had uo'
nentjoned all the stores in the city ii
lis- week's papei, where Xma goods
could ' be found. We lold him that ue
were not ruuning the N. Y. Herald. Ai
he same time we T jickeiLup Jim's old
eft handed round fufced hammer and lai.
niui out, and while he was down we pro-
ceutu io uive nitn a lecture, on now ieu
pie should attend to their own business.
aud told him about how a certain ' mai.
had made a fortune by aiteuUiug to his
own bu.-iuess, and that itVas not wisdom
tOtell all you knew at one tiine.aiid thai
oucpaper would not hold all the Xnus
'oods of the city. Ho Lte"eU our itardoi.
and said if he bad sain any thing he wu
sorry tor it. W e let him up and went
I... ....... i 1 1. . . ijt -
, i in- v.tMiit j... t H?i , iiau ?o nincn
ii it thai ; relhw. Iauf,HrustJf
i: tlown ri'mi'iVdiPr vh"en he bt-
i ged. Th- uirhr nof withstanding ji I
io wc think w kt-ptv r.ur head hIkhh
y l: r:i!!y wny wi .famenft whole and
ii! now prricvt-fl to', iiive. vwtr red-r a
Mti- flescription f a brautiful
mn ili.tt hns wisee,
arbin''. ; :r j . . who lires
Tiiii lown is KeruersrirW5 1f FoYsy the j Mate.
unry, ui itet in a very b.aiitiful coan-
iry on the li
own aS haa' pvef bK inV! nleiit-A tn I D-....... ; 1...4. . t ii..;....
visit. 1 e husiiittMi, andi4iUinr 1oiisikI-o..l.i..i- i i --l j i
reuny , all the house
and those left standing
Cld3-renal9 Ccllegs in the Scuth.
Fuliy tquljp(J Preparatory, Col-
TBIAL oTCDIKS. t .. ,, , ,
JOHN n. CLEWELL, Principal,
f on theR.-.R- rimning frotti 'Winston I rjfc, it -n i' t - .
CreensWo It U.iiut tweiVe miles A ily . A Iri LrtyC 7
e I.innr.- .Ilt;ll- a Trnm I9m In - - :
ii.fHnts,. anrt ts.otie pfns pretty
tre all good, nice. sulwtantiaLbuildincs,
lOMly brick, .and :lhe streets are beau
. ifnl. It heinK ii lighteandy country
mid is a t are thinp, quite n'object? for j.
town. It a!,o seems to- be'a thrlvini-
.'"wn judging from its f;K:tdri48. stores
rmd other inddstries. THrrp nrivuftwii
tobacco factories, ilit W r stores, tw
saw mills, one etlitig WtHnbiiiig liioi
't-r the other srmke and haudle timber
Hiere are also' millinery" thopfi,-and any iud inhabitants, a number of whom, it
vner Kino oi siion vtvu- rfnht wissh ti. I d..nH t-ii
We are still at our old stand
CAN fcRAnClSCO. Nor. 2(-iewSfroni I nn Alninctroof wl,
. .1.1 m T II ' I kJ"-VJl) niiuc 1 uutc
a select stock of Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, and all kinds of fine
j Jewelry on hand at the lowest
Watch repairing a specialty.
All work guranteed 12 months
J. L H. EORAH.
eie l.iid low,
ie not afe to livi? in. One of tin
.Hssngers by steamer-says the dstda
:ion whs complete aud the people wen
.trading the streets headed by piu'st
.irajino; God t abate the disturbance.
L;i Ununi is a town ol several thous-
A Ticket To The .
I WORLD'S FAR -
Atlanta Journal, Atlanta Ga
We have opened up the larsesi sUek
of Christmas goods Id tbejeity. We have
great variety of doll babies, doll car
riages, boys wagons, drums, faacy horns,
and hundreds of smail toys-at 6, 10, 15,
25, for small children. Also fin vases
cups and saucers, mugs, albums, work
bokes, pianos, accord ia-na and hundreds
of pretty things, suitable for present'.
From now on we shall cut prices vu Dre
Goods, Notions, Shoes, . Hals, and you
will save money by calling ou Us. Thy
thousand yards of shirtingt 5 cts a yd
HARRISON A COH
No. so S. Tryon St. Cbariott H. C
Marib d at ihe Poiat of a Pistol.
cause. ' , - -Hon.
Lee S.Ovrman, of this city, hart
it seeias the . inside tract for Speaker o.
the 'next House, lie is well qualified for
the position, . ... .
...The convictCamp has been Amoved
again "This time it is located about
miles from the city on the new Con
cord road. ' -.; j '" ' - "
. Jh.: Agricultural and Mechanical Col
lege at Kateigh has 99 studenU. The
ale a fresh stock of China fixens some-
:hiug nice by way of Chrismas goods.
Several houses in this city in South
Ward were subjected to a pelting c-f
stones during the late hours Wednesday
night of last week. The residences ol
li. Lee Wright and Policeman Pool were
treated in this manner.. . .
The Piedmont Alliance Fair Associ;
. : ...:n l ii: . . i -
iiou win uoiuus uexi regular meetiui? in
r- . -. ' ill.. i i
diwetors held a . inteling i oo5uai Ul I ihe eourtiiouse in this city on the firsi
liwteek. I Saturday--in -January. All the member.-
Th lsU Quarterly meetiug for Salis- are requested to be present as officers for
l.nrv Station M.E- Church South, ft r the ensuing year will be elected.
J593ill be held in the Methodist church
l eic next Sunday.
Congress willlij jufn ou the 22nd and
the members :wilt go home to diue u
their . Christmas:, turkeys. Will resume
its work again January 4lhl
Corarlisou & 13yrd, of MoDtgoraen
cunty, wiil at an early day put a stock
of "good in. the hae.formerly occupiet
kt T W lirnwii on west" Main street.
j ... ; .
.Last Saturday liJit MLunie Smith,
colored was put in the ca aboose loi
su-nliag a i-air of lucs from E.. W. Bun
& Co. The, ft'hoes wb karu were rocov ;
, In " !Vi!!M iem-e of the restnalipn o
HonV McHHate the'Goeruor ha--poirited
DrV 1. MiiirphvV.of ,M-rg im.
'ton, a iiiU'clor in- tHe Deaf, aud Dumb
'Asylum... : - . ... . -.-;.-f ,:-..'..-v'
v"Qr frirnds who liavi clubs -are rr
.qiwsted . to. get up their, renewal b
tvreen liow au i Christtiii, and to ge
as thWy new naotea as possiide.
" Reports say that the Yadkin railroad
i doiug a good bu.-ihesn. Daily box car
joads.of 'wmm1. cotton and various kind
of marketable produce verify the stati"
Gen. R. B. Vance, formerly a member
of Congress, . now a member elect to the
.North Carol inaijegislatu1' was marriei
on Thursday of last week to Miss Lizzie
R. Cook. . . -
Mr. Thompson, of Yadkin College,
brother to Mr. "Ualclr1' Thompsou aud
Mr. F. M. Thompsou, of this city, died
last Saturday uight after a lingering ill
ness. - People who have not supplied tbem
5 felves w ith an abundance of fire wood
. prior toChristmus, will, we" imagine find
it troublesome.later on. The exceeding
fine weather for the first half of the win
ter, is, we think an index to pretty se-
Y r suaps for the remaining half.
Mr. Joe Moose and family from uear
Albemarle moved to the Salisbury Cot-
correspondeice of Watclinjan.
. Christmas trees will be in full bloom
Grace Reformed church had a mission
ary sale last Saturday. -
Miss Ellen Holshouser opened a school
near Organ church a few weeks ago.
,. llie (jold Hill name has but a small
corps of hands employed now, '
the hickory woid trade has been on
i general bobni about Rockwell for th
' Mr; Joh W. Noah, one of Gold Hill's
leadiig merchants has gone into th
crow tie business.
Rev. Dr. J. C. Clapo. President of Ca
t.iwba College, Newton, N. C, occupied
the puJptt-at Lower Stone churcli last
Sunday w ith great delight und profound
0 Thts school at the academy has been
moving on Very brilliHuUy since the at.
achment of an additional room to the
ouildinj;. More "than 90 scholars are in
RevMr. . Manfield, the new preacher
in the' Gold Hill circuit, delivered his
irst sermon in the Methodist Episcopal
whurchTSuiiday before last. "
Mr. bamuel Kothrock, a native of this
vicinity, who has been in Georgia for the
past lew years, will probably be at home
soon to spend the holidays with his pa
The members of St. Peter's church arc-
now about to secure the services ol Rev
Huddle, of Marion. Va. He will preach
for them on the first Sunday in February.
. " Eleve.
over to tfiegoUTnud silver shop of Boyne
&Ba4er. We were on the lookout for
ome nuuse that was i;iviujf out or would
ive Xaias presents. Well, we found the
presents in this house, but they said some
oouy nau to pay lor them before they be
came presents, or ttiat is what liro. iS-yne
said or Words to thaXtlecl. llowcer.
he gave us a promise'Tor Xmas.- We en
closed the promise iu an envelop and
addressed it ourself and expect it to ar
rive on the 2ith with several oilier pies
ents of the same kind. We could not iu
a book tell what we saw there iu the way
of gold and silver ware. We saw solid
silver quart cream pitchers, sail c-lhC's,
pepper cellars, ice cream spoons with
egs, 1 mean the salt cellars had le
silver butter dishes with hair bru.?h. 1
mjan that they have solid silver luu k
aud handle hair biu -hes, the brush has-
no connection with the butler, silver pla
ted stakes, ice tubs, cracker jars, h
dishes, decanters that you can take rotini
the corner ami have rilled, beny bow ls
book marks, not marks made ou tht
books by the dirty liners of school buys
iut book marks oxydized and bright
s 'al'card cases, memorandum books with
money pocket solid silver. You can
leave oC the money pocset if you don'
need it. 'liiese are just a lew of the
Xmas goods that we saw around the ed
ges. VV e can't uay anything about tin
watclies, clocks, rings, gold, srver, uia
uiuuds and a thousand things we can'
rem uiber. (io and see. The next, place
we tell into was the house of A. L, Ran
:in & Bro. They have Xmas good i hat
is useful, ornamental and essential, the
will io ou good nine lnontii i in year
h : three nioutiiS that you uo barefoot i
ihey eeuie in handy to tbrow .U li e cat
tnu slap me ciHitts en v im, l ;ne; i .siioej
d' course. T.icv have thein all tiz s and
styles and prices to -suit utir purse. Tbfy
not only 'carry a large stock of shoes, bin.
:iats, cat)S, umbrellas, trunks, -valises
handbnirsto tit all sizs vd' heads. han
aui poet ei- hooks. 'J'he elerks do n;i
ask You ti e careful que.-thms that arivso
necessjiry in some business, siicii ;is your
age, occupation, what - State, county an d
township you were bora in, what the
clerks lack in goud looks ih y make up
rn politeness. You could not jrive your
barefooted wiloanv tiling -she would ap
preciate more thau a nice pair of shoe
e then walked over (o the e'othni,""
louse of, well you know, it i the Rogers
Clothing house. Ev rv oiieknows where
that is lor they all go there; that is what
we thought the day we were in. Now
you talk about good looking clerks, po
und, Wbile they baVefcMe Industrie
Isey have iot ;- foreot t'onf? the importanoe
of-trsi;nlny I hidi'-eliildniii Crifr .lifp. !.i e .m .
kind of.VmiyToVmeerV'iel -U demon-1 -.-An interesting divorce case has just
t rated by y their -';odclfMl buildings )eeii trifd iu Asheville before Judg
Here they -have agV)asscadeftiy withl Kvnirhi. Th fnllnwina n .rtit ulan
Prof. F. A. FettethMfhe helm with o-l .'i,ra:
goou. uumorroi oovs anu inns wnicu arei ' i., ii a i i' "...
r... it .ajl.--,r r.i -y;. -v -.. - In the nunerior r.nnrt this morntnt!
nismiciwi nauy m ine wav inev snouia r -. : r. . : ... .
go. Bdt thll-'Xko.tal- 'Tbere-fs" but the case of Carrie Howard vs 'V alter
one better.- public schoQlbtiiiding in the Howard, petition for divorce was heard,
state than has just been completed here. The petitioners, both of whom are
. 1 i. .LiiVI'j -- --: 't.ll; I .. . . .
i is an uouor io mtr wn, me puouc jSorth Carolinians , swore that m the
school system and especially to the men 160-7 ft... A tA....- t a
who said it should be built. The public ycrtl I ""c,,u"" il"ccu "V V'J
school taught in it has an enrollment of marry him at the muzzle of a revolver,
121 out of n census of 285 pupils and is threatening mat u sue aia not murn
increasing in interest everyday Old Ire-lhiui he would kill her. and himself hs
lell is honored with the principal teach-1 well. The couple lived toirethtr oulv a v-, , t,
ershin of this school assisted bv one of .u.. 1: n ... i.:i u'. 1 auu tiuit'A.bl!
.... .. - . - 1 li 1 1 11 id. 1 e riMn lint: . 1 3. nun 1 mr.n tti.t..-. . . . . .
Kernersville's fairest daugbters. and best! , . 1 Tafii.iJAji uauax UOX
teachers. Rut wo. do jfibt desire to say urVs u V1 w oman 01 pernaps iwen-
:y-tire. ine aeietidant, Howard, aia
not appear. The divorce was granted.
Eugene. D. Carter was the plaintiff
DOWN WITH THE
CLOSE PROFITS! ' QUICK SALESl" MONEY DOWN!
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE!
BUI YOUR GOODS DIRECT" AT WHOLESALE PRICES!
not desire to say
much about scholars in" .this-- coiintv now
is vou shall know by aud by about them
We have this to sav however, Forsvtlu
countv is leading the State in the publie I
chool work. The Teople here not only
believe in education lmt also in religion
as one can tell by the niimher of churches
I here ure four en u relies for whites and
three for the c olored people, making a I
church for about evert- 200 inhabitants.
In the whites four rfenominations are
represen'el :M, E. Church, South, M. P.
-hurch, Moravian and'MKsionary Bab-
tists. And mav it be said to ?the credit
of this people that there is not a single
bar room in the town. .Last nut not least
this town can not be beat for pretty girls
in the fstate, and one' thing about it is
they are plentiful. It is and there are
four girls to one bov in this place. This
being the cse surely a single. man might
stand a chain c of leaving bachelordom.
More anon. J. Hrvtjy.
CUTAWAY OK SACK
B-ard or Puplic Charities.
The Board of public Charities has
sent in a very complete, report To the
ton Mills last week. Stanly is a mighty Governor. The report shows that the
board has done a" great deal of good in
he improvement of prisons, charitable
good county some of the cleverest peo
pie on earth live there, but somehow a
good many of , her citizens'exodust to
; oilier climes. Cotton factories : Bro. Biv
ins would help to stop the leak.
'..Messrs Littman and Lictitenstein have
placed a box in their store for donations
; to the Oxford orphans. This is designed.
a Christmas present. The above
named firm has contributed a very nice
box, aud as the cause is a very ..worthy
one it is to be hoped that others will
make i liberal "donations. It is always
well tojreui ember the-iorphaus..
Our neighbor the -Herald, in its issue o
last Saturday contained an itemized ac
count of the cost Of -macadamizing the
street and paVing the sidewalks recent
ly completed Jn Salisbury. The report
s:ates that morthan nine miles of brick
a ;d macadam pavements have been laidf
and about twelve blocks of the principal
,streets have been macadamized Total
The Tennessee Manufacturing Company
or AashviHe,Tenn.,. w starting up its No
1 or Old Mill, and can furnish employ
ment to limited number of first-class
experienced - help, in Card Room. Spin
lung Room, Weave Room and Beaming
Room, such as S'ubber and Speeder Ten
t r ibtngle and -Double Flyer ), Mule
Spinners rand Piect rs, Frame Spinntrs.
I B 'amerf, and Plain and Colored Loom
weavers. "'. - - " .. ". .'
nstitiitioiis, &c- The' movement for
etter j iils is now a strong one. Ex.
He Will Not Re enter Politics
Washington, Dec. 1 7. George C.
fanner, a confederate soldier and
political followed of Gen. Wad Hani -
ton, wrote to him and urged him to
reconsider his resolution refusing to
agaia enter South Carolina politics.
also outlined several plans Jby which he
believed the' general could triumph
over his enemies. To this letter Mr.
'Tanner has- received the followiiig
Columbia, o. c, uec,
Dear Mr. Tanner I ..-am obliged
to you for your kind letter, which
reached me a few days ago. Under no
p ss b!e -circumstances ' or perstiash n
would I take any place offered tne by
South; Carolina. I was urged lo
become a canidiiate for governor at tie
la t election, but I refti$eVnor would
I accept the position if every man in
the state desired me to do so., . I -have
e4tled my account between 4he sttte
md myself ana! am perfectly satisfied
wita tie resilr. lam rejiicei to
know fhitt-the-affection of my old sol
diery for nie remains unshaken in storm
in calm. Th inking you for y ui
kind iiiteM-sijYouiS Irulv,
lite clerks and high standing clerks there
you will find them. Oy Long stauds
about 15 hands high in his stocking feci.
We mtt him at the door with a Jim
Swinger coat on and a pair of Knicker
bocker pants, and he told us he was too
busy lo show lis through, but just put
our hands iu our pockets and gpAhrough
but I had not gone far untTThV joined ine
He showed me suits from'2J-years to $50,
a'l styles and prices. Hats from GHo h
and if that is not large enough thev givt
you the box, shirts from 12 to 20, full
dressed, socks from three for a quarter to
two dollars a pair, underwear lrom
.fifty cents to eight dollars a pa jr. Han
kerchiefs that Cy avs if you blow your
n se on them one time it stays blowed
collars and culls of all sizes and shapes
both linen and tenderloin. Trunks,. from
handle size to cottage size, collars from
the size of a goat to a horse's neck. Thei
stock is simply immense and prices to li
all pockets. You will seethe smilinj:
face of the head of the firm JUr. Jcslu
also Tom Shellon and young Rogers win
are always glad to see their old friend.
and ready to make new ones. Mr. Lotij:
informed us that their stock was nearh
complete, that a few of their Holiday
goods had failed to get in but would be in
oy iew Years day. lie paid they had ji
large lot of armhoies for left handed
vests on the wav. Also a lot of buttotr
holes for spiketailcd coats and a few oth
er little things, but vou will find a good
Xmas preseut at that house for your son.
husband, brother or tatner. JUr Jesiie
give us a promise for Xmas. AVo eu
closed it in an envelop and had it ad
dressed to our self Richard Razor
Harrison Erans, a white man nine
teen years of age, shot and killed him
self Friday afternoon, it is supposed
accidentally, in the house of Sam Prin
gle. colored ne ir Belo's pond.
Young Evans had been out running
with ike Teagne. They returned to
Pringle's and were alone in the room
when the shooting occurred.
Teague says thev had taken a fpw
drinks each but were hot drunk. He
says he preceoded Evans in the room
and was turning to sp?ak when tm-
gun fired. The entire load took eft -e'
in Eviins' neck and he died inst.intane
o islv. -
A m& 'XOirf VHOMH
'KOXKVHOHia 30 SZHOfj
ssojpp suua 10s
'IS ma !S3dV3H3 1GN
3bos uo;;oq uoi-g
SSHOf u0 DH0 jno II33J0Xna
A T( rrib'e Exccuti n
Paris, Dec. 16. Eugene Crampon M10" fight
the murderer of two men this morning
paid the penalty of his crimes and the
Miiille that gat lie red to see his execu
tion great I y enjoyed trfie Spectacle af
forded by the miserable cjwardh
wretch as ho vy-is literal carried t
tie guillotine. Jt vjts;geiierary known
that the exeeut;ou woiUdoccur in th
Place De La Uoquette :ihk morning
and long lefore uU light the crowd be
gan to gather: --HkU; j-sts were band
ied und thy usml sceires that m-ike dis-
Fight With n Deg.
Mr. H. Montague, the broker, had a
hnlling fight with his bij. New Fouud
.aiid dog, Fritz.
For two or three days Mr. Monta
gue and the members of his family
noticed that the dog was not as ohe
licnt as usual, aud seemed to he ven
-ullen, but it was only thought he wa
ill and little attention was p id to him.
Last night the dog, while in the house
at Mr. Montague's residence on Cherry
street, refused to obey when he was
told to go out, when spoken to by Mr.
Montague's little soiu the dog hade ile
dance iind commenced to growl and
Men'i Black Worsted Suits, sack
Fancy Stripe Diagonal sack
U.irU. mown (Jasiimcre sack
" (Jmyauu UJack Cassimere Suits
Heavy batinet Suits sack
Black Satinet Suits sack
Heavy Black Cheviots
Faucy Stripe Diagonal sack
Heavy browu Cassimerc
Blue and Bed Check Diagonal sack
Gray Hairline Cassimere
Brown Plaid Check Cassimere sack
Black and Gray Mixed sack
Fine Gray .Mixed Cassimere
Handsome Brown Cassimere
Fancy Brown Plaid Cassimere sack
Mr. Montague at once realized that
something hud to be done. He picked
iip a chair and prepared himself for n
-iatlle. The dog -resisted fiercely, al
:hoi'gh he had never before ojie red t'
larm any of the family. He seized
he chair in his teeth bv the lowei
round. , '.
Mr. Montague jerked it away from
him and slruelv him a blow. The dog
became more enraged and was wit It
lifficulty pushed to the back porch.
Elegant Gray Mixed Cassimere sack 7 25
Heavy Scotch Wool Kensey - 6 45
Fine Black Diagonal sack 4 47
Gray Twilled Satinet Suits sack 3 65
Fine Brown Diagonal Sujtj io 50
Gray Plaul Cassimere sack 7 25
Fancy Woven Brow n Suits 7 75
iiray liasfcet Lassnnere buds b 50
Black Cheviot Suits 5 85
w ooJ-brown Cheviots sack 4 75
" Dark Brown Cheviots sack 4 98
" Rich Steel Cassimere Suits 11 00
w hen sack is mentioned we only have sack,
but when not mentioned we have Cutaway
and Sack, but if out ot Cutaway we seudSack.
SPECIAL LOTS LESS THAN CUiiii
UUST BE CLOSED OUT! ORDER QUICKLY!
11 Cuei Men's Heary Sol Kip Boot fl 5T
Extra Heavy Sole kiuBote 1 S
Flesh Split Boou 1374
Heavy Split Pegged But 1 43
Solid Calf Boot
Gol Split Boo is '
Oil Grain Tap Sole
Fine Kip Boou
9 Cases Child's Uvavy Graiu Peg. Lace
sizes 5 to 1 1
8 Cases Women's lame shoe, sites 3 to 8
7 cases Misses, 11 to 2
8 cases Women's, A Kip, Lace
ANY SIZES 31 TO 42 ANY
Men's Fiue Oxford Kersey Overcoats
4 lleary Bough Beaver Overcoats
" Black Beaver Overcoats
" Blue Chinchilla Overcoats
" Heavy chinchilla Storm costs
Gray Kersey Storm Overcoat
Fine Steel Kersey Overcoats
Fiue Blue chinchilla Overcoats
Fine black chinchilla Overcoats
Gray Beaver Ulster -Solid
Black Beaver Overcoats
Rough Kersey Overcoats
Gray and Black KerseyOvercoata
Black' Diagonal Overcoats
Heavy Black chinchilla Overcoats
Dark Brown Beaver Overcoats
Long Gray Kersey Overcoats
graceful the-carrying out of the death Once Mr. Montague slipped aud fell t
1 is. knees, but managed to keep the dog
ff by still interposing the remnants
d the chair, wh.ch in the desperate
light was broken into fifteen or twen
'1 he desperate encounter lasted for
twenty tmnu'es, when the dog was for
ced into the back vard, alarmed t h
GOODS SOLD ON 30 DAY& TIME, When "rders are received throoglv
. COMPLETE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE.
vJLoT.il-XO, BOOTS, SHOES. DUY viOoDS, HATS, CAl'S, HOSIERY, UNDKRWBAB. '
O-VaPETS, JKWELRV, CAKKlAOfiS, HAKJSSSS) TC
words of Truth aroiVerses of FrulsYcr.
OUR LOGIC: UNDERBUY, UNDERSELL, ONE 'PRICE TO AEJk Goods,
.sold at 5 per cent. Profit, Order Quickly! Don't Delay! :A day wasted ift,Sx da
FARMERS ALLIANCE WHOLESALE SUPPLY HOUSE,
117 &.119N. Eighth St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
Satisfactory arrangements have been made with the Farmers Wholesale Supply Hbuss o
i hiladchiliia, Pa. to supply members with Roodsat the lowest market wholesale prices, and any
oods received that are not satisfactory, can be relumed to thni at their expense, aud money
v.ll be refunded lor the same. . '
Business agents who have filed a Bond with us can place their orders for the FarmeraWbole-
leigl.borhood, and ill a few minutes su'e Supply House through this office, and pay for s.nue within thirty days from dateof Qjdl
he yard was full of people. A mem
ber of the police force was among the
number, and he finally ended the unu-
uial and prolonged fight by emptyiug
all the b dls in his pistol into the dog.
Tiie business heretofore done under
the name and style of the Norfolk
Alliance Exchange, V est t & Rogers.
Malingers, has this day heen turned
over by the Board of Directors to J. J.
Rogers, who. will m the future conduct
he business, assuming all responsihil-
dy, having given to said Board satis
All persons indebted to or having
claims against said Exchange will set
tle same w ith J.J. rubers.
Committt e for Bo-ird.
New York Racket Store,
Be sure to call on mo before
& y vf
ii .i i
sentence in raris was enacteu. jusi
;is the gray of morning was approach--
in tliH east a. huge vnn, drawn bv two
horses, drew up lit the Place De L
Roquetle, which joins 1 Up pn0n. Sev
eral tneu alighted and set in place the
enj:rne of death. 1 he kntle was testeu
and found to he in perfect order. A
body of gendarmes stood on duty
about the square to prevent the crotd
from approaching the. guillotine and to
keep order whan the victim was
brought out of the prison. Crampon,
who was in agony of fear, was support
ed by warders and accompanied by a
priest, wlip, as lie walked, read tne ser
vices for the dying. x
Grim and awful the red guillotine
1 omed op ahead of , tiie little party.
Walking. Crampion rais -d his eyes and
saw" it. With a terrible shriek he
threw himelf backwards and fell to
t ie ground. All efforts to induce him
io rise were fruitless and he groveled
in the flag stones, begging most pit -
ously for hi life. The scene was om
of the deepe-t horror, but the crowd ot
roughs and abandoned women took
he keenest delight in witnessing the
abject fear and listening to the f ranth
appeals of the murderer. It became
necessary to lift Crampon : to his feet,
but even then he hung limp in their
arms, and they were compelled to carry
him to the guillotine. While some of
the assistants suppoied him other
quickly bound 'i'uijrnd threw Tfiitii
'against tlv bascuR' fEjen tlen..'he
did not ciase hfS'.flH-ules. His con
tortions were terrible but they did not
. . i mi . i" " '-""T , j S
!2K .ndtiS you buy your Dry Goods, No- r.r ih. Pri, .na.nx Prie.fron, 26cU up.
forward until Crampon's " neck reste
in position .under the it;riif. . Silentl'
an t like a streak of HgHt,- the brigi t
la-le fell and Crampon) head dropjxd
into the open basket'Ww ailing it. 'Ihe
xecution w; s the most hornole oi e
that has been witnessed ; in Paris in
Ci iuupou was an old otteuder against
he law. On theiiight of March 3
ast he, in company with two accom
plices, we:.t to the billiard room of a
vine shop. They broke into an ad
joining room' and-were" plundering it
when the landlord ot the place entered
and surprised them. The person gave
the alarm and the tlneves Hed. A
number of men followed theru and
vferegaining upon Crainpou when he
uind and shot two of them dead and
vound;-d a third. He - was capture ,
Oiit ii is ;.t complices escaped. .
" FOR ALE.
A verv desirable f rm is offered for
sale on easy terms, iu Wes em Rowan
v-i. iiu es east of Alooivsville. t ol
.,:U"t t:!a.' ap.'fj t or.d,i;vss
1. d e. ' " . 1 S. A . ranee.
feigued V, U, VOKTli,
Bus. Aj?'t. N..C. F.1S. AMbvce
Tremendous St..ck of Fine and Medium Qdedsat POPULAR PRICES. Not
Shoddy ITashy stuff you are liable to find at some places, but the kind that
makes you wheu ONCE-A-CU5T0MER-ALWAYS-A-CUST0MER. You
vould be atonish.,-d at th! fi;ie quality of our f 7.50 fS.50 $ SOOUl T10.S
If you want a nice DRESS SUIT, ask to see our $15.00 black uClay JVorsted
in round and qua re cornered sack and bound and unbound, cutaways. They
Rival any you can buy for $20.00. We show the
-: - fit
ill or sxiHe,
Wore Polinn RriPotinfro Gret Variety.
liVery otjie naiu .j.
and other things in the Dry
Don't fail to examine . my
handsome line of Shoes, all the
rades. I make a spcci.dity of
Shoes and defy competition.
Farmers, Professional people
everybody invited to come
md see mv Goods.
N J. CARTER.
Main St. Salisbury, N. C, oi.e dtor
lelow P st office.
Fine Assortment of TRUNKS and VALISES.
Clothiers Hattfers, and Furnishings,
Nearly opposite Post Office,
SALISBURY. N. C