rr .APRIL 27, 1SJJ3.
vi -her na posiuou wuu
.-Jury Furniture con.pauy.
found ia small quantities here
hi line vi r
5urt & Co's this week.
hingtou huit Monday
, will be seen from our
M&i ' r. there '-has sroue
,'are still being sold at
than wholesale cost at
to Mr. R. A Rhoaf,
f fine, timber was blown
i1u- ' ,,.jm n Frank in
h the-winu siv.-,
.ip, latF ri.lay.
; in the city on a
.b " . xt .- n i). and
..Wibcrato theeotton nciu.j
it Lliiua urovc -
igy fUMhiy and orgauize.-Gm-
...nr convention oLine rvun
fit "" -, a...-l
Lutheran oru, " ;
LiPfin Luther cnaiei, neat v,
l" Mav'2. 1893. .
L? oil iucuj.i j
t,c' . ... 1 r ii.;.
;ru3S f iAst week and ol Monunv
'J," r1(oreti to. bare done considerable
' .- U.-..S. We notice -that in any
.Fu'jcr, ot Charlotte, lias fernred the
for ' modcrn'uinK the Meruncy opera
Biuii oil- l- as erroneously jmb-
Vin list week s paper.
uAtofi was killed in the Harm Chapel
3bo(bood last Saturday and other dogs are
npdtd and at huge It will he safest to
tl)-,ff broke. into St. Mary s enure n
1 ' . I . . t. - I . A
., . tur.i m .(.-t ana siote uic umiu-
f nearer and some prayer books and
umtDtl. 1 ramus, uww.
. "cold victual" for sutU things..
fatVfatcr Works Company are lay-
t pilte froiii the Lee street main 111
tSali-'hary to Hon. Jno. S. Hender
residtfucc, - we have bt;eu in
Mn. H. M. Joaex, for the last few days,
t . . . t
fcbeeu quite sici Iroui seiaiic rucuiua-
ud U not able to. leave her room.
has' a. host of friends who sympathise
A lady of soiui' practical experience 111
t inilliiiery 4)ii-iiiess can uljiain a jo-
hi, iih a Ji vne in a respect ah lr
Liiy iu Troy.N. C, by apprymg to
i btuior editor of the atch n AN.
th . jjisiuatiou of Capt. Cou'jeiiour' for
iiwuruivalvrtit to un electioa. The cap
u ii tjood busine-ss man, li.irswn much !
orld,nd is, though little pa.-t inildle life,
itid-time gentleiiau.- liu'u ill make au ex-
itut mar or.
TLlfa; oumber of Fetter t outhern Maga-
If the womeu ol Xorth Carolina ever become
voters there are two iuisaoi;ei ih&l irill go
aaloons aad dogs.
Auctiox tet 1050 a. m., to-morrow,
(friday ) ut jIobqan s tliina bture.
Married, in this county, April 23rdt
1S93, by Rev. Sam'l liothrock, D. D,, Mr.
John L. llokhouser and ilisa Laura C.
The address of the National League for the
Protectiou of American Institutions after May
lit will be "The Metropolitan," Madison Sq.,
New Vork, N. Y. The objects of this league
are "to secure constitutional and legislative
safeguards for the protection of the common
school system and other American institutions,
and to promote public instruction iu harmony
with such institutions, and to prevent all sec
tarian' or denominational appropriations of
nnhlir fimrls "
r - . J
A rather lengthy communication from-S E
Sloan, Belmont, Texas, is to hand. Mr. Sloan
has been iu the Lone 8 tar State some months
aad likes "it. He says there is room there for
energetic, enterprising men, but adrises'drones
to ttay at home. We have too much need iu
North Carolina for intelligent aud industrious
men to spare any, Mr. Sloan, aud if we could
control them, Texas should get no more of our
hardy, gritty stock.
Dossey Battle saysr
When Keelcy wanted to establish an Insti
tute 111 London he got the editor of the London
Times, who had no confidence in the treatment.
to pick out six of the worst drunkards he could
them were cured, aud now the editor of the
J'imes is a strong advocate of ihe treatment.
1 11 1 L .. . 1 . 1 " . I T - 1 .
v e nave n uetttr scueme man uie iveeicj or
any other cure, however sure: Stop the manu
facture of drunkards. Get rid of the cause of
the dtseaseand the disease will disappear.
Move the bar-rooms out and you will have no
occasion to move a Keeley institute in. The
whole thing is just too absurd and foolhardy
municipal corporations manufacturing drunk
ards by the thousand at an appalling expense
aad millionaire corporations following them up
to cure one in a huudred of their victims.
Think about it.
Mr. Jason Litaker, of China Grove township,
gives us the points in a remarkable-find of
snakes. He says he felled a large oak tree and
commenced to saw it upfrom the butt. In the
third cut, about six feet up the tree, his saw
cut into some animal, as he thought from the
blood marks. Laying the saw aside, he got a
maul and wedge and split the log. Imagine
his surprise to find the whole inside of the log,
which at that place was hollow, squirming
with half-torpid snakes. They w ere of a dark
brown color and about two feet long. lie
promptly killed them all, and a careful count
showed that he had 214 reptiles on his pile.
This is no snake "story." Mr. Litaker is a
member of Harris Chapel church and a gentle
man of unimpeachable voracity. -
The bustling, enterprising firm, M. S.
Brown & Co., have filled a gallon fruit
jar with peas aud sealed it up and now
have it on their counter, amf they will
give every person who purchases a dol
lar's worth of goods from them an oppor-
tuuity to guess how many peas the jar
couiaius ; $l,oue guess ; $2, two guesses,
and so ou, and the person guessing
nearest the number of peas in the jar
will receive from the firm a free round
trip ticket to the World's Fair at Chicagot
the guessing to close at 7 o'clock p. m
ou the 31st, of July. The Watchman
job office priuted a large number of
dodgers recently for this Arm advertis
ing this liberal offer, and we learn that
the guessing is beginning to be quite
lively. You get the full worth of your
money in buying their goods and for
every dollar thus paid them you get a
chance to go to the great' fair free. They
kep a superb stock of goods in their
line. Head their advertisement m
another column. ' ,
You want groceries that are pure aud
fresh, and it is with pleasure that we
can commend to tne readers oi-tne
Watchman the firm of K. S. Wheeler
&-Co., whose advertisement will be seen
iu another column. .They have just
opened tip one of the most complete
stocks of goods in their line to be found
n this section of the State, and their
SHUFFLE THROUGH THE WOULD SUP-
SHOD AXDHABBT? '
The personal attire oft proclaims the man.
Howerer much some people may, sneer, 'tis,
nevertheless, a stubborn fact that neatness of
dress contributes greatly to the estimate of a
man and adds much to an already favorable
opinion of him.
"Don't judge a man by the coat that he
wears" is well enough as lar as it goes. Yet it
does cot say that you shall go untidy and
shabby when there is no necessity for it. We
say soberly, candidly, aud emphatically, from
a strictly business standpoint that
IT PAYS TO GO WELL DJIESSED.
Admitting that your purse is light where's
the MAN who cannot afford to pay
For a neat-fitting, nice-appearing suit of new
clothes the make and material of which Is
strong and stanch? We have many hundreds
of such in stock open to your inspection daily.
sum ofniouey if he failed to cure them. All ofrPrice3 must give them a large patronage
"The Graded School
will liave to le closed if we don't get
the' revenue from the -saloons"' is n
nth'er excuse sometimes giv-ni why the
IruukTiid manufactories should b per
lietuafed. This .excuse, like all the
others advanced ly the liquor men, U
dittjsy and narrow. Is thert' any ain
in blurring Ihe father's- mind that the
cliiM's niuv 1 brightened? Is" a fam
ily u:ade wealthier when children rob
their parents? What stdvantage fol
lows when falhers nvo degraded- ihat
cntiareu njay t;e made respect. me r
.e(r"etter .1 Shober, Louisville, Ky.) is un-j Wherti i the ood of blasting the
rich iu poftry. Among the enntribu-
1 iuy be' mentioned Cora Chase Walsh, j
,Kfiii Crockett, Mrs. W. Ward White, Louis
Sped, and others.
Dr. J. G. Ramsay, father of our genial
pdtlever post master," arrived in town
uetdty on a visit to' his son. He is,
4 hu been for years," one' of the most
rominent Hepublieaus ip. North Caro-
f-istaace of 25-or 30 f
Mrs. J. S. Wright,
character, health, fortune, and souls of
meii that children may oe started in
Jife with such educational equipment
as the age demands? Is it necessary
for one generation to go through this
devil's mill for another, which iu turn
must go the same way ?
If there were the shadow of justice
iu the Us on this noint, all license
Lightning stnick a large oak in the I money, fines, &c, instead of going to
dllolmeagin lot Tuesday evening and the public scLool, would be distributed
I'r-cu ie oar completely ou tne miuic, tj fiutferju2 families of the sa-
ot ft .vestige of bark remaining for a 1 -i " u -i j
i:.. ' . icu.uiub I loons Tictiui-s: it should provide food
toot 1 -
lVV. I- ,. , III. f il II
lor tne nungry, doming ror tne naKea,
an old native resi-J,.j .oJ yttontmn tnr ih ;..L-
Mfr?Jlt fifth "I "1 1
I wowumj, uuu w 110 iiaa uetrn i t, i n .1 Ai f . 1
1.. . - - I If 1 nr 1 fn o tHot r Iia hwinrr rfr tHa
a - net uauuvci. mis. hi. i , ,, .. , , , .
Pendleton.Ia Woodstock. Ala." fur th drunkard manutactones would destroy
rastfouryearaarrived in the city last the schools. We lelieve that more
Mondty night, and is the guest ofM. A. children would be educated without the
fflith, Esq. , j saloons xhan with them., uut it it were
I otherwise if the closing or the sa-
..oeroccur to you ttiAt your ftdver- llinna nailullf Hi r-hwinrrnf fhp aohnnle
! mm v taw v w ' -' I. w w m
. au.maex or your enterprise ana tyr Dr. Payne, of -Concord, we had
rather our children I grew up in igna
ranee than in learning acquired at the
expense of souls.
111 Concord they manage to live and
thrive without the drunkard tnanufao
lorus; thev even manage to run the
schools without them. Head what last
week's Times says:
The Salisbury Truth, referring to
the-f act that the graded school i in
cord have been closed, savs it is because
we have no barrooms here. The Truth
does not stick to it name in this in
stance, sure. Our schools had plenty
of monev to run them rn mnnthpvrv
, j I V ..... mj
J-r. Harry McCov. aecnt for tiiA An. I vear.r but last vear a considerable n:irr.
- . ' c t 1 w ' - J ..
P'achiaa Gold Mining Cnrani i,o fif this fund was exoender? in jiddinr to
,,r 11 , imo I . - - r - - r
n me contract fr t.h hn!;, e the -school uui dino-s. ins h:is c.tn!;p
"fR eugine and two boilers from the the suspension of the school for only
Appalachian mine in MoutgomerT-coun- two mnths.- Allowing, however, for
l7.to the railroad denot at New lndn argument s sake, the reason given by
l r . r : lii rrr-.- .t . . n . - Ai
"aessss Geo. Mowerv and t John I ruitt was me cause or tue snspen-
cnaver. of iv. tu i sion ot our school, our neonie vvuuLU
wwn Tuesday for ,MnntWm "n 1 " llA T lllsu o-nwu
Uh their teams to carrv out h.ir CLOSED FOR TWELVE MONTHS
tfthe'cc IN EVERY YEAR THAN TO
rn.toC":' '' "AVE OPEN UARR00MS HERE
, "n'l's.u uuuiii ia diilisuurv. AP IV
It . - I HJ .11.
"For W . .. tir n .
,4"i vr w . u. uougnenour.
" meinoQs I Here a room even in
"Jiptce for the display of ingenuity, ener-
7. ad life. Think about it. We c h xncre ad.
Wiwments as often asdesired without extra
arKe. If you feel interested you can eet the
aefit of our suetrcstious.
accordinz to the renort of Mr. J. A
'Wrick, who has charge of the weather
au ofthis city, last Tuesday . night
"Mtaed-ldest of .the mouth. Monday
wn.wgat-6 o'clock the thermometer
stered 34, but by 2 p. nCit had run
-Fiow. inis is unusually cold for
lc latter part of April iu this section.
5r night the following ticket was Suppose Secretary Carlisle were' tim-
orous enough to bo bluffed into issuing
bonds just now, how long would it !e be
fore the gold so obtained would bo
Xortb w a i.uw.ptu out ny tne same gang. and nn-
-orth Ward D. M. Miller. John W. other vacum created to h T.R.l ni
..vuanre ui more oonds to tue
horse leech family?
The foregoing paragraph is from the
Louisville Courier Journal of Saturday.
It is a satisfaction to read in the New
York World of Sunday that Mr. Car'isle
said Saturday that he doesn't intend to
issue any bonds or borrow any inuuey.
I. Shaver, E. K
East W.. -.1 'm i
Thm " "gbenour; P. H
't Ward-S. F. Lord, W. II. 6y
Iiead their ad.
Wyatt's Bargain Temple sounds the
key-uote on how to save money, in his
new ad, this week.
E. W. Burt & Co., are making a big
. T Th f . . V - a 1
run on bnoes. neau wnat mey say mis
Last Friday night, by special invita
tion, we had the pleasure of attending
the first annual sMree, gien by the pu
pils of Mrs. and Prof. W. H. Neave, at
their new academic building, corner of
Bank and Church streets. Ou entering
the hallway we were greeted with the
oders of sweet and beautiful potted flow
ers ; but this scene we were not permitted
Ioug to enjoy, for courteous ushers quick
ly seated us iu the soiree room which is
a veritable music hall, 18x40 feet,
with walls wainscoted and twelve feet
from floor to ceiliug, the floor bare, pol
ished aud waxed, conditions agreeable
with acoustics und promotive of some
resonance. The audience, all comforta
bly seated, comprised about eighty very
excellent, attentive aud appreciative peo
ple. At 8:30 o'clock Masters N. Taylor,
F. Ga-skill with violin's, L. Gaakill with
cornet and W. II. Neave A ith flute en
tered Irom a rear end of the room and
Misses M. Wiley, S. Haunah, C. MuCan
iess, and-E. VandoiTord for pianos, VM.
Gaskill for crgau and M. Claik for bella
phonc, entered from a rear side room
and at once began tiie overture to
''Zauipa." Its performance by these
young, artistic:.! players was both as
touishiug and delightful to us ; for we
have listened to line professional or
chestras iu some of our larger cities, and
must coufess that we could not discern
any points in their work uvor that of
these young home folks. The other
large orchestral numbers Overtures,
"Masauiclls" and "Musical buoyancy"
were equally aud more spiritedly rea-
dcrcd, bringing other pianists forward,
viz : Misses M. Griffin, M. lledrick, M.
Heilig, and 11. Matiuey on organ. A
smaller orchestral piece "The Village
Baud" brought other pianists out:
Misses B. Keudlemnn, E. Watson, and
M. Overman, with il. Ulart on organ.
The other orcheltral number carried
peculiar points of interest, aa be-
iug the first effort before an audience of
these little pianists : Misses M. Ramsey,
McCubbins, M. Hall and Master C
Young, with Master J. Hendersou among
the violinists, aud they performed finely
with that ease and grace that is .-o full
of fruitful promise. The piano soloists,
Misses M. Overman, M. Wiley, and R
Mauney were most graceful in deport
ment, aud very enjoyable iu rendition
The verv hiiih. artistic solos, viz : "De
Beriot's fifth concert, on violin by Mas
ter N. Taylor, "Farmers Sweet home
with variations by Master F. Gaskill
and "Zerline Folka Brilliaute," on cor
net by Master L. Gaskill, were per
formed with such apparent ease, accurate
technique and fine musical expression as
to make adult professional artists look
to tho preservation of their trophy
laurels. Miss Mammie Gaskill was the
super-excellent musicianal and artisli
cal accompanist to the three solos.
Miss Maggie Overman did extremely
creditable work ia a duo for iute and
piano ''Guell Popp's Spanish Bolera"
with Prof. Neave. The audience was as
quiet as a "Quaker meeting" except at
the finish of each rendition, when hearty
sound from feet stamping and hand
clapping filled the room ; and very prop
erly so, for carefully prepared, fine mu
sical work deserves warm appreciation.
All good and fine things are shown that
they may be admired ; and it is a species
of injustice not to warmly applaud
worthy work, whatever it is, that is
Local Optien in Arkansas.
The peopje of Arkansas do a good
deal of voting on the liquor question
and with good results, as will be seen
from a perusal of the following from
the Izard County Register:
In evry county the people vote at
each biennial election for or against li
cence, and e.veu when the counties vote
for license, a majority of the male and
female adults' in any neighborhood may
vote it away from within three miles
of any church or school house by pe
tition to the county authorities.
Under this process of evolution and
with the aid of female votes or peti
tions, we have gradually driven license
out of some 35 of the 75 counties, and
j&way from more than 3,000 churches
aud school nouses.
fs the price we have put upon a score of lots
of men's suits of clothes, from the gay and gid
dy stripe to the staid and sober black. You
fdiould see them. Strictly all-wool Cassimeres,
Cheviots, Shetlands, Meltons, Tweeds, and
Worsteds of honeycomb, diagonal, and basket
weaves. e believe that such values were
never before put upon the market.
We would remark, incidentally, 1'aat
is our price, for a Slater Navy Blue Suit, strict
ly all wool and fast color.
$12,50, $13.50, $15
are prices representing suits of clothe3 fine
enough, handsome enough, stylish enough, and
gooi enough for any man, whatever bis sta
tion. oU'i believe this hn n k.
believe this when you look them
Coat, vest, and long pants, sizes
13 to 18 years, gray cheviot, all
wool, 54 to $7.50.
BOYS' TWO-PIECE SUITS,
U.r0, $ l
been reduced to
MEN S PANTALOONS IN ENDLESS YARI-
nil, ioe to $8.oo
Thftai! U!51 ?? J2.50, $3, $3.50.
TIT-. li -
if c sen our goods for lower prices than any
eitublisllrnnn in ill. .... J
.ii i.uu viljr.
o guarantee prices to be the lowest in the
We cheerfully exchange any article bought
of us with which the customer is from an v
And on this fair and square basis we ask
you to come aad see the largest and best as
ever brought to this city. It's a stock which
comprises everything you can ask for or think
of in the way of male attire.
Hundreds of stylish-cut garments in new.
rich, and handsome stripes, checks, and mixt
uies. Not a man looks at them but finds w hat
M. S. BROWN & Co.
Rheumatism, neuralgia, headache and p tins
ofeerykind instantly relieved by Johnson's
Magnetic Oil. Sold by LJwm Cuthrell.
Non-interference in foreign affairs has
always been one of tne cardinal princi
ples of this Republic. By "the strict ob
servance of that principle, the country-
has for years kept at peace with all
mankind, and has grown wealthy and
strong. Ihe Kepublican revolutionists
who are now yelling so lustily for the
annexation of Hawaii, should, if they
lave any spark of what little patriotism
they ever pretended to have, pause and
consider this fact. Richmond Times, Dem.
I?aac Ilutchings, a prominent farmer
and merchant of Forbusb, Yadkin coun
ty, committed suicide last lhursday
niht, by hanging himself with a rope.
fne body was found hanging by mem
bers of the family the next morning.
Financial trouble is supposed to have
been the cause of the said atlair.
A female cooking club in Washington
got along very well until they got to in
viting gentlemen friends to the dinners
they gave and cooked themselves.
That settled it ; the men married the
fair cooks and broke the club up.
JThen Baby waa elek, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
Then she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When tho had Children, she gavetham Castorla.
Fits, dizziness, hystoria, and all nervous
troubles cured by Magnetic Nervine. Sold and
guaranteed by Edwin Cuthrell.
Capt. Herbert, once a ragged Confed
erate oflicer. must have realized last
Saturday what it i to be Secretary of
the United States Navy. We wish we
had been at Hampton Roads to have seen
the sight. It must have been grand to
Constipation and sick-headache positively
cured by Japanese Liver Pellets; oO pills 2o cts.
Sold at Edwiu Cuthrcll s.
Mr. J. C. Jonos, of Fulton, Ark., Gay9 of
.IJJKHTI UAt A. A. ' T
&p.4isii .-wui, tea years ago J. con-
traotod a severo case of blood
poison. Leading physicians prescribed
medicine after medicine, which I took
without any relief. I also tried mercu
rial aad potash, remedies, with unsuc-
oesaf ul results, but which brought on an
attack of morcurirl rheumatism that
made my lif o ono of agony. After euf
'ering four years I gnvo up all remedies
and commenced using 8. 8. S. After
taking several bottles, I was entirely
cured and ablo to resume work.
1 Is tho greatest medicine for
iiM blood poisoning to-day oa
TreatiM on Flood and St In Diseases mailed
free. Swirr Specitio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
YOUR AIM IS TO OBTAIH
Good Value for Money.
It. S. 'W1IEKM2II k CO.
know that permanent
prosperity can only
come by caring for the
best interests of their
We handle farm products
of all kinds, and wilh
be pleased to have ourj
friends in the countryj
call to see ua beforej
selling, and we guar-j
antce they won't regret;
OUR AIM IS TO SUPPLY
The xJest Value for Money.
On accoiiot of their crrowlne popularity have had
to extend their facilities for their rapidly Increas
ing business. They have opened a Splendid Stock
n the new stor room under the Central Hotel,
where tlielr low nrlces defy all competition.
Thev are also conunulntr Business at their old
stand witn prices lower man ever, can ana De
convinced of this, tarring our Chickens, Eggs,
and Butter to us at the ew Hotel.
Cone to Sbi Ds Before Bnyiii
ii.. - 1m
"Emulation hath a thousand sons
That one by one pursue.
If you give wavor edge aside from the direct footpath.
t;l- i. .. . i . i . ! -
L-iKc to an entered tide, tney an rusn by
and leave you hindmost. -
. - -
The above is so, and it is best that it is. If we sell Coats' Cotton at 4cts
a gallon Oil Can at 15cts. ( which others charge 25 cts. for). Aladdin's Security
Oil at Hcts. (which others charge 20 cts. for), and so on "ad libitum.n it fol-
lows as the night the day that we will sell the bulk of the trade, or our
pernors will hare to meet our prices.
hoping at the same time to get a little smidgeu ourselves. If you don't belierd
We don't ask you to take our word for it, but to come and BE YOUR OWK
See Wyatt's Leader, the shoe, warranted, for $1.10.
See the large line of fine trunks all sizes and prices.
Webster's Unabaidged Dictionary only 93 cts.
Men's and boys1 Malaga hals 10 cts.
New goods comug eyery day; don't fail to come and see them.
Remember you are welcome whether
you buy or not.
lours for M. B.,
. fjl D
. Wf ATT.
Sign of the Red Flag.
In Great Variety at
T. F. YODIS'S STORE.
, FINE DRESS GOODS, CAR
PETS, MATTINGS Etc.,
As low as can be bought any where
SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS,
Agent for the
Standard Seving Machine,
The best on the market. Took diploma
at Salisbury Fair last fall.
R. S. Wheeler & Co.
' SALISBURY, N. 0.
Maxx Street, 2 doors below KlutlA
You can become a capitalist at
once by laying by a small part of
your yearly income and invest
ing it in a Tontine policy of the
For $20 you can instantly se
cure a capital of $r,ooo (or for
$200 a capital of $ 10,000), thus
acquiring an estate which you
may leave to your heirs, or re
tain as ii fund for your own
support in old age, if your life
Such a step will prompt you
to save, will strengthen your
credit, will increase your conv
fidence, will preserve you irom
care and will give you lasting
The Plan Is Slmole.
1 The Security Absolute.
It is the perfect development
' of the me poncy. 1 u-uay is ,
Good thing when you see it ?
THEN GO TO THE
Whero you will find a Large and Well Selected stock of .
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, 'Fuksisiiixu. Goods,
Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, etc., etc.
A Nice Child's Suit for $1.
A 20.00 Suit for $12.50 !
A Regular $2 pair of Pants for $ir
JTThese are a lot of BARGAINS they will , be told a
tillA look will convince you.
Your'n to count on,
SALISBURY, N. C.
You want gcorl, pure goods at low prices, don't yon ? Then go to
where are kept PUKE FKESII GItOCEiUES, such as Flour, gH rormtry
Haras, Potatoes m (seed and eating). Cabbage, and everything e.r y.) want.
Also, a new line of GOOD SHOBS, which I am offering Verv Lrhrapr
A full.line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS always kept in stuC-k,
BAttention, Farmers! I am now also selling the
cheap for ca-h, or on time. Call to see me before buying elsewhere.
C. B. Webb.
J. S. Troutman.
T. J. Babe.
arbe Works !
-" WEBB, TRODTMAH & CO., Prdprielors.
Are now receiving their stork of monuinents. hea
the right time to get facts and ets, &c. Would b ' pleasoJ to have the citizens : -i
figures. Address surrounding country call and examine our stov .
W. J. RODDfcY, manager, j
, For the Carol! nas.
ROCK HILL, 5. C.
j Yard oa Fiabi.r St., near Slaodp;pe.
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