T,i'?;w!Y June i
T i. iff. has
iv turned honiej
tf - ;.,.,.,. .! wueks visit at Ox-
Egoyed into his
H'3' ... ." mdileuccoa Fultoutet.
J" in this county
flf . ' . li-i bis mother-in-law.
Spent ftUmiay ,
rjfl: ' rfcturne.1 to Washington
In Cdstinjycuir vote you commit ong I
I3y the change in the 'schedules the I
of the most responsible acts of your UfeS trains on the Richmond & Danville rail
S"1"1 ...,i ,..;r lfi
T J till.
. . .....r.uitir i" i'-'a"'
r,,rmrr v ol haltsimry
a.- - ... ... in th citv
, . i .....Uv.-irh his friends.
nee.-. - "
t,. note tliat our young
Sti'r- - trf..ll..f. .-..Mi.
lJ()nor-xiti ine supKouiu.c
Trnity" last, -Mon-
. ! nfi-inn n t inn
? (Vol u the toncoru-
Tere is a P
-1. ic fllli!"
'.- . ..... fM 7 ,wl
, . J i o.ftuius mosquitos and
storms visiter! me western
i ..ftlu-coiuitv the hitter part ol last
A twt-nousys in iw iwiu
W of Tli'yratira cliurch weij uu-,1,-SiUt
u serious dauruixc dou'.
irBtlnit Mr. L. V . TJ-t sold' ins
tits at uusnci,
bcttfr iIjaii cotton at 7
Its results are so far reaching that horr
hie war is often its fruit. ' Besides, the
great God of Peace will reiju ire an ac
couut of you for the tqanner in which
you vote. This, being true how anyoU
vote to place a poison to your boyp, or
y mr ntijrhlor ft loyft lips Jhat will in
the end destroy both soul and body?
Hon. Jno. C. Scarborough State Super
iutenrlent of Public Instruction has sent
blank census reports to the County riU
periiitendeut and says the census of the
whole school population should be taken
as the law directs Sec 2579 Pae 29.
undSec. 14 Page 47. So in accordance
with this instruction hlank reports will
be sent out tojhe vaiiousschool commit
tees in the County itnd "the census should
be taken and forwarded to the County
Superintendent at once. School commit'
teeinen will please note that in accord
ance with the provisions of an Act of the
iegislature at the sessiouof 1893 a cen-
f those who are blind is to be furnish
ed the County Superintendent so that he
aay forward it to the State Superinten
dent in his annual report on or before the
.first Monday in July.
We appreciated a friendly call yester
day from Mr. li. A. McLaughlin, of
ijarts, Mt. Ulla township, from whom
we learned that the crop prospects iu his
community are above the average- The
wheat, oats, clover and grass will turn
out well, though so far the wet season is
road, going north arrive at Salisbury as
fojjows; No. 10, vestibule limited is due
at 7;3o a. m.; No. J2, at 10?00 p. ra.; No,
36 at 5;09 a. m ; and No, S3 at 9:37 p. m.
Going South, No. 37 is due here at 8:13
a. m.; .No. 35 at 8:53 p. m.; No 11 at 9:57
a. m.; andr'Nj.9 at9;3L p. in. The train
for Asheville leaves here at 10:15 a. m.,
and returning arrives here at &09 p. m.
The Norwood train now leaves here at
3:00 p. in., and returning arrives at 7:20
A joint meeting of magistrates and
commissioners was held in the court
house last Monday for the purpose of
electing a commissioner to fill the place
of Cornelius Xestler, deceasedto elect a
board of education, levy taxes, etc The
meeting was called to order by Mr. E. B.
Neave, chairman. The balloting for
commissioner resulted in the following
vote: J. H. L. Iiice, of Woodleaf, 37
votes, J.L. Lyerly, 13, Dr. Pool 1, C. J.
bus of children, deaf and dumb, and alsol Fleming 1, P- D. Lynn 1. J. H. L.
Rice, having received a majority of the
53 votes-cast, was declared duly elected.
The old board of education, consisting
of J. A. Hedfick, A. W. Kluttz, and II.
11. Plaster was elected by acclamation
The lax levy for 1893 was about the
same as last year. The rod tax was
raised from 5 to 7 cents on $100. The
commissioners were given permission to
buy a road scraper, and to repencil the
jail building. '. .
WE CAN'T CHANGE THE WEATHER, BUT'
' WE CAN CHAXGE THE PRICES 1,
That 3 what ve are doing, and done with,
a rengence 1
Xcver couM choice gool3 be - boiijrht at a
July clearing sale us duriag this month.
Commencing to-day, our great season for
begins, with a double head of steam.
It is sales, not profit, that we are after now
Come in, any day this , month prepared for
May must make up for April and it will.
OLT. REDUCTIONS ARE SIMPLY IRRESIS
The- will make you buy in spite of your
self. The only condition that we impose is
that you BUY NOW.
The proverbial oldest inhabitant has been
knocked put of sight. First by the unequalled
weather and now by our auaqualleil" prices.
One. lot ot MEN'S & BOY'S suit3 at 7.50,
a. binderauce to harvesting, some of the
wheat as welfTas all of the clover and
grass being jiow ready for the sickle.
Wlhy doift iiiore of
' I'., r
irfaiio'-r-i run; i" au.i.-.
Ib (lie lower p;xt of the county Ur-j;c
.. r.r 7i a-doil t:roi of cotton are J
1,1 ......lltu.r in v.-
MJ-frejter.par: of the plants to die.
xi uneertain crop anyhow !
Kri.Q.li. King and lit tie daughter
4 X'iMary Julian left last Monday
ikt f.T"two or t.iree weeus. viit in
iltiM'K-p, ' -where Miss M;u y - will have
.jtfialist examine and ti:eat her cars.
I,nT D Hi. My blai'k, w'h'ije" and tan
r!!fr il':,' -piipny straye -iway from
ua last Friday, Juiie A liberal
uti will Ut gi veu for his return. Is
'.t 7 mouths' old- M. S.'IiKnWN'."
Firinerithut wish to buy K-;n'rs and
'iftVrs this si-aMMi woull sun numey
.t-in-'Suioot & McCu!!o!i.- Tiiev wiil'
,e you liicMH-y lu the purchase.
en4s fi.tr tin: Jeering. '
aiessrs. i. w. liurt & Co., won't even
be out-done by the artistic dress-makers
He reports a good stand of cotton and !ie ot-y. Head their ad. and see'what
the crop ia kood coudition. Mr. Me- they say alout it.
Laugh ltu came to the city to meet his The secret of the successful merchant
little .-on, John, a deaf mute, who is, aud and business man is told in. Mr. T.-B
has been for the last five yars, a student Wyatt's business talk to the public. He
at the liaU igh Institute for the deaf aud calls your special attention to it iu a big
lmiib. and ihe blind. Johnnv is oul v uew ad. this week
twelve years old, but is one -ot the most
entellisreiit of his class, beincr able to
converse rapidly aud is well up in read
inir, writing and mathematics
J. M. Pattoiv, Geu. Insurance Agent,
is representing his leading company in
his new ad. in another colunin.
A most horrible accident occurred at
the Salisbury Coltou Mills last Monday
afternoon. A young mau named John
Ootiohue, employed iu the mills, while
working near tome belting iu the dye
room, was caught and- violeuUy hurled
several times aiound a shaft' ' which was
making .280 revolutions per minute and
was at last dropped, a "bioken, lifeless
mass upou the lkor. His anu, which
in the belting, was
1 Communion services will be held
e Predty'tfrisiii church next Su.i.da;
xtihiSL, p'i i.i ra t b ry sc r i co . inn eu c
!.-. l'utiiriie will
L;el Ly-,Iitjv. 1):-. ThonjuelJ."
We Irani ttfa.t (Jov. Carrhas fiardon.ed
isdutimxh.iiiit who was senleuced to
epeiuleiitiarv lor lour years for laree-
jikm! night 'Wsfii iniplieated in 'he
!!oii. .stealing'" in 1 wer Uouau and
iurrus aboufa year ago. " '
Mrs: Adeline I-'olk. a widow livfng at
eiHJiury Cut I on Mills, died Vest er-
y afternoon ubouL 4 o'clock. The re-
liiis will lie hurieil to day near New
iiiiiuiir She haves one daughter." to
ura her los. -- ''.''.
from his body, his head beaieu to a jeily,
and his whole body bruised and beaten
into a mass of quivering, b ending flesh.
lie hacfotilv time to utter ine exclama
tion, ''O Lord" before he was hurled iu
to eternity lo meet that Lord. What a
lesson to lis! Ik w trie it is that,
"'In the midst of life we are in death-"
Mr. Pouohue has beeu married onlv
about tliree uiontlis, anu leaves a young
wife, to mourirhismost deplorable death
The belting was torn down by the weight
of the man, and the shaft twisted and
buoketi. It will require several days to
lix the broken machinery.
The following school committeemen
were appointed by the Board of Educa
tion at a meeting held Juue 5th. 1893. for
the several school districts of Kowan
county, said committeemen to hold their
places tor two years trom the first Mon
day iu July lbyo. 1 he said committee
men will ittlity on or betjre the
1st day of July, next.
1. Ot. W. Juliau, Adam Brown, A. M
2. S. C. Ketchie, James M. Trexler,
27. S. 11. Wiley, J. A. Kendleman, J. S
4. J. T. Yarboro, Reed II. Sink, Ileury
J. W. Burgess, S. J. M. Brown, J. O.
G. 11. (L Campbell, Jasper McBryde
Juo. I. Trexler.
1 G W Fowler. Jas C Miller, Dr W L
2 Henry Monroe, Willie Williams,
3 A M Cruse, J A Swicegood, K J Ilal-
4 II A Propst, C A Jacobs, S S Carter.
5 W TGheen, A L Hu l, T B Fraby
0 Lawsou M Kupiey, John H llobiti-
Oae Ut 510.00 wwth $12.00 and 15.00;
One lot f 12.50. worth ?13.00 to $18.00.
Oae lot lli.00, worth $ 20. to $22J0.
Two, and Three of a kiBdll nice goods
brokn sices that we rant to clean out.
T .1 rt .
k .... ,r "l rou ya 'iU g bargain. We
LOT OF PANTS
at T5c. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, and
i-a t ue i;et. Tuey are
cheap and- c are sure rou will bur
whea you see them.
t We arc showing a beautiful line of
NEGLIGEE SniRTS, WHITE SHIRTS AND
and we can fit you, and give you satisfaction.
1 ry us.
Good Reliable Goods Cheap not
cheap goods at any price I
We think our customers know the difference and the
try to govern ourselves accordingly.
OWN k C
3 C J Cress, Charles Safrit, Jacob Mis-
4 G A Barger, J A Shive. M A Deal.
5 N W Menius, H A Stirew'alt, W W
GOLD HILT .
1 M J Barger, Jerry Powlass, J M
2 J L Kluttz, A w Miner, j a iiiner.
3 N It Misenheimer, G A Slough, J A
4 J A Coleman, R Rufty.-
3 J A Trexler, Eli D A Beaver S C
1 Joseph A Kesier, Joseph Hoffner, J
Johu C Bi ingle, Wm A File, David
2 J W Basinger, Moses Goodman, Sam
3 Johu W Morgan, Johu C Basiuger,
B P Basinger.
4 Wm A Kirk, Joseph A Miller, James
6 Ale'x Shaver, James It Glover. Moses
7 Joseph W Kesier, O N Morgan, W
1 J B Leonard, G W Long G L Kluttz.
2 Alfred Goodman, P F J Agner, P A
3 Lewis J Ribelin, VTm A Cauble, J C
4 John H Frick, Milas Miller, David T
5 P M Phillips, DM Lyerly, T JG
b S A Earnhardt, It J C Lentz, II C
Get our prices on Mason's Fruit
Jars before you buy.
Also see our shoes, home tanned and
homemade, from the cheapest to tie
Wyatt's Leader $1.10, not a coni-
lhere are thousands of neonl in
North and West who pay enough rent
every year, to buy a good farm in plaint yet.
North Carolina. The rf;isnn f bow An I
not abandon the bleak climate of the Windsor Ties, perfect beauties, 5c. 9c.
North and flv from the cvclones of oa o- o- n a-
the West, to 'the deligl,tfn7climate ot luC- 2"'
North Carolina, must be because they Mosquito Netting, all shades 5 cent?,
arc ignorant of our country and the
uiuucements we oiler, it does not
seem to us that men would endure the
long and cold wmters of the North
and subject themselves to the frequent
disasters or tne v est, it they had any
correct knowledge of the South. With
a climate, pleasant in summer, mild in
winter and salubrious all the time.
with a soil adapted to the greatest va
riety of crops and capable of beuier
brought to the highest conditions and pttH
: f -i- i - . I uon .
eon veil leuces ui lllgll CIVlllZatlOU, Wltn
pniximitv to the great markets of the
country, we furnish advantages, which,
it is not extravagant to say, are afford
ed by no other country. We hone the
Chicago Fair will result in turning the
attention ot many good people in this
section. Warreuton Record.
others ask 10 cents.
Ball Thread 1 cent a ball, 25 cenls
Slates 2c. 3c. 4c. 5c. 6c. 8c. and 10c.
Oil Cans one gallon 15 cents.
Aladdin's Securihr Oil U cents
(ask John Shaver about it.)
Can you think of nr thing ncie
necessary for success ihn tb" ?iove
mixed in with a little "hi
The best Hat for 10 , . r -
Cannon's Bleached Dome:
cents; price elsewhere 10 env
Our stock of Silks, all
Whip cord, Beige, C-
Printed Imported Dimine
Lawns, French Sarnies.' '': .
cales, White Goods, &c!, c:ii
Big Reduction in Mali i r '
A few pieces to chs-
arry it ever. Now is our chance !
If you would save Money com ipd
ee us. This is no Fancy Sketchjm
- i . . i i. i . ..
The ceremonies of the re-interment of 11 , . r "'p1 , AT1, ... , ,
Abatement prepared by Comptroller
iW.shows that since January 1, up
rJunel, twenty national bunk-, with a
lI"taIof?Gil,-,(),0(K) have fniled,- against
wniiatitfuul hank's, with a capital of
-.0jOm for .-a eorrespondiug period of
H.R; Stewart succeeds Capt. Al
"'t as -condtictor on the Yadkin
"lri,aJ- Cant! 'Albright has hceu trans-
f'toth maiu line on the R. & 1) .
pWeharire of Nos. 3f an.l 'At; nr th
(fast mail. -W. T. Lilly, laegace
goes with Capt.. Albright on his
Kev. Chas. G. Vardell, of New Berne,
Hhs pulpit of the Presbyterian
"Ecli last Sunday morning and even-t-
lh preached a : very practical ser-
r 5 m the eveninsr on tho'"l?..-iitti
f a Christian." takimr ns'hu
II First Kiug. 13, 18;. "What doest
"r-K.L. Parrot nnl fvmilt-r
"Ga., arrived in the citv last Tues-
"I-Siornine.on a vi.!t. tr w,,, ir'.i.
fiitber of Mr: P.rmt ti.,. ...ni
Vt,t a few day' f.ir a visii. trw i,
We, whence they will return, an d
Carrot and little daughter u-iU v..
ith us about a month At, t..
'!l returu home' iuHwo weeks.
Sett t . . . . , ... - .
-.iiuay tne citizens of ourrcity
'"Called on n rlpijto irli.l,.,'.
drink in r iwu.;n S n i
..p, ihiio uuoweu
"Dunue to deal out their
i Poisoa to their poor, unfortunate
i iri i mr, r t- ii 'iii t -
, , "...ji,. uvs vni ftireeis
i - "t' uwi.. xou must
is, aud see to-it that- you do
case of the negro woman ' who
( jmnddead last Thursday lying by
uaa irack just this side of the
Cottou Mill. thA .......
uie verdict that ,?Ma.r.ri u....i.
her death by a wound received?
r(1, gou after being iu.a
Ul Whin), iM 1 .
",vu paries Arnistmn
. vne next tr.
President of the Confederacy were held
in the city of Richmond on May 31, and
w hile some of our readers have doubtless
! seen extindeils-accounts, there are other
perhaps who have not, and who would
enjoy a brief description of the scene as
witnessed by our local reporter. The
funeral train reached Richmond about
dawn of a beautiful day-, and the casket,
escorted lv a veteran guard and military
companies, was conveyed to the Capitol
Here the remains lay hi state until half
past 3 o'clock, w hile thousands of people
hied through the building, viewing the
catafalque and placing beautiful floral
tributes upon the bier of the -honored
dead. At the time specified, the funeral
cortege moved from the Capitol along
dinped and crowded streets to the great
1 s IV It i rii
necropolis oi iioiiywooa. A lie proces
sion was grand and intppsing, composed
of about4,000 veterans and militia. The
-militia, with their glittering arms and
beautiful banners, led by Geu. John B.
Gordon and his staff, headed the proces
sion. These vere followed by artillery
men with their guns- numbering 13 pie
ces. A splendidly-mounted regiment of
cavalry came next, followed by carria
ges bearing the pall-bearers and distin
guished guests. Among these were
Gov's. Carr of N. C, Tillman of S. C,
Brown of Md., Turney of Tenn., Jones of
Ala-, and McCorkle of V. Va. Follow
ing these were hacks in which were plac
ed the magnificent floral designs. Then
came the catafalque,, drawn by six snow
white horses beautifully caparisoned,
each led' by a veteran artilleryman. The
veteran escorts, who accompanied the
remai us, preceded tho carriages bearing
the members of President Davis'-family.
The veteran brigades, numbering 3,000
old soldiers, followed next. Amoug
these,-ouri own Kowau county veteran
regiment, with their white helmets,
played a conspicuous part Carriages
containing delegations from the Holly
wood Cemetery Co., and the City Couu-
pcil brought up the rear of the procession.
The services at the grave consisted of a
H funeral dirge, reudered bv Stonewall
Brigade Baud,' reading of Psalm
exxvii by Kev. William Munford, pray
er by Rev. Dr. Ho-e- The casket was
then lowered in the grave, which was
lined witir beautiful banners. Mrs, Da
vis, Mrs. Hayes, and Miss Winnie theu
descended from their carriages-and took
last look at the caslcet containing "the
remains of husband and father. Dr;
Hoge then read the service of recommit-
I meut, and Dr. Barten proiiouuced the
benediction. This was followed Jy a
salute from infantry and arfillerv. and
ent to jail to ; the services were over. The grave
you think of it
ce is very
rf C! 1
- v.penor court. J left open under a guard of veterans until
"ong against him 1 3 o'clock tg
ext day to give all who wish-
ess secure his conviction. jed u c$Uuice to see thecasket.
1. John W. Powlass, John Graham, W.
2. Samuel II. Wetmore, N. L. Enniss,
J. II. Gilleau.
3. A. A. Hart, J. P. Marliu, H. G. Lip-
4. W. F. Rice, A . Lt. Auompson, a;.
1. T. N. Reushaw, Haywood Harper,
2. J. W. Foster, II. F. Baker, Johu
3. F. A. Foster. R. S. Moore, W. F.
4. J. S. McCullough, J. L. Moore, Wal
ter Smoot. ' '
' 5. D Fleming, W A Luckey, Jr, Ileury
0. M APlyleivW BWood, RB Harris.
7. Ii C Stewart, Rufus Roseborough, D
1 SB Hart. I A Gray, J T Frieze.
2 John K Goodman, A E Sheriill, W
3 J F Miller, N PGoodmauG M Mor
row. 4 G O Masters, John S Knox, Robert
1-Calvin Kluttz, Jacob Goodman, D H
- 2 R L Black welder, J A Menius, II N
3 D C White, James Colley, J M D
1 J A Lipe, V A Kimmous, I E Over-
2RL Weddington, W'A Sbinn, Johu
3 W S Shulenbarrier, S M Harrison,
John C Menius.
4 C L Shuping, W E Deal, II W Silli
man. 5 HC Corriher, J R Sloop, D A Sloop.
6 J M Bostian, H O tiloop, J W Deal.
6J D M Cooper, J. A Karrikcr, G C
7 W A McCorkle, John Cooper, Abso
8S M Furr, BI E McKnight, A V
J C Bernhardt, H C Blackwelder, John
2 Phar Goodnight, J C Correll, J R
3 M M Ketchie, D W Bostian, A A
3J Lawsou Propst, J D Ketchie, A A
4 J F Graeber, H T Graeber, Harvey
5 E L Linn, II B Kimball, M A Ketner.
6 J L Deal, Levi Deal, J L Shulenber
ger. - ' LOCKE.
1 P J Cress, Jeremia-j Speck, E D Bos
tian. - 2 Rufus Safrit, Dr R L Cowan, P 11
4 J V Barringer, CAW Sloop, C H Mc
Kenzie 5 W H Bost, J II Graham, J F Robin
0 R A Shuping, Paul A Peeler, Daniel
1 W A Sides, L WBea'ver,'M T Rose
man. 2 j. A Peeler, Vm Fesperman, J A
The Methodist Sunday School held a
picnic yesterday at Dunn's Mountain;
the Baptists enjoy one to-day at Chris
tiana church on Gold Hill road.
A run-away horse, hitched to a buggy,
created some excitement on the streets
tLis morning. It started oji Main Si.
ran out Fisher St-aud was caught near
Dr. Summercl's. The buggy was consid
erably lorn up. The horse belonged to
Leroy Gillespie, of Mill Bridge.
The New York park board has decided
to locate the bronze statue of Roscoe
Conkling at the southeast corner of Mad
ison Square. The statue was presented
to the city by Levi P. Morton, Clarence
A Seward, Cornelius N. Bliss and other
admirers of the late Senator.
Governor Can has granted a respite to
Tony Rodgers, under death sentence in
Rockingham county. He was to have
been executed June 6th, but has been re
prieved till June 27.
An immense shipment of deep sea blue
fish, the largest of the kind ever caught
at Morebead, came up" over the A. & N.
C. R. R. Friday, lhere were nve Hun
dred boxes of these H.-h, and they were
caught from a great school at one haul,
far ont at sea oir Morebead, bv the large
steam drop seines that are beingoperated
there this year with wonderful success-.
Trinity College has offered the chair of
Political Economy to Jlr. Jerome ajowu,
editor of the Mecklenburg Times. The
iood one. and shows that
Trinity is on the lookout to catch good
men as opportunity offers. The Char
lotte News says Mr? Dowd will accept.
SALISBURY PRODUCE MARKET
Our Exhibit at Chicago.
luesday s Aeus ana Uuscrrer gives
us the following item :
Mr: T. K. Br uner returned yesterday !
from Chicagt where he has been about
six weeks putting the North Carolina
7 .1 a p,nie o v Fi-ieic . Monroft Cas- I'xhibifc in shape, he being the chief of
ine insinuation, ii great aeai ot nara
work has b- en done and the exhibit is
now in order. He thinks that it is
'ortunnte that North Carolina did not
have a separate State building, as the
Mtuution now is much better than it
would have beu had the exhioition
been off to itself. Mr. Peter -Wilson,
who has large experience in such mat
ters, is or the same opinion. he ar
rangement of the exhibit is said to be
excellent and it attracts much atten
tion and has elicited general and fa
No matter how good a financial sys
tem we have, the South will be kept
poor as long as it is drained to pay un
deserving pensioners. The Third
Party promised to pay arrears of pen-1
sions to all soldieis; the ltepublicans
promised to give soldiers everything
they wanted; the Democrats promised
to reform the pension rolls and give
only to those who were needy and
deserving. The Democrats are redeem
ing their promises. In one decision
secretary Hoke Smith cuts off twenty
million dollars a year. That's the
way the Democratic party fultills its
When the World Falls to Pieces.
The leading English scientists,
Jones Hilton, et al., are figuring on the
probabilities of the earth tiualh collap
sing as a result of the modern craze
for tapping nature s great gas retorts.
They argue that the earth is a huge
balloon held up, in part at least, by
heat and internal gases, and that
when nature's great gas main is even
tually exhausted the earth's crust may
break iu and fall into millions of frag
ments! Ugh. The very thought uf
such a calamity is startling. They ar
gue that the steady belching forth of
millions of feet of gas every hour of
the dav and night is surely causing a
areat vacuum somewhere not far be
neath the surface, and that sooner or
later the thin archway of earth crust
will give way. Then will occur the
orand climax of all earthly calamities.
Yours for M. J3. (Mutual Benefit.)
T. B. Wf ATT,
Sign of Red Flag.
It will "make you feel good all over.
To see the grand bargains being offered by the
Rogers Clothing Company.
COME QUICK AND SEE THEM, r
THEY ARE GOING FAST,
YOU WANT A NICE STRAW HAT
IN THE LATEST STYLE,
You Can Get It From The
Rogers - Clothing - Gompanj.
Prices from 10e.to8.00 Knch,
And Every Other Kinq Of Hat You GnJhink Op.
Big Stock of Clothing . -
ALL STYLES, ALL SIZES. ALL PRICE. .
Nice children's suits from $1.00 to $7.50. Boy's suiUfrom $3.50 to $17.50. Meu'
suits from $2.50 to $27.50.
We sell goods for cash and sell them cheaper thau any other firm in towu.
Youin to count on,
Corrected ueehhjhf I). R.Julian (tSons
Flour, - ppr sack
Poultry, hens, each
12 to 20
(M) to 20
12 to 14
00 to 52
00 to 00
70 to SO
(K) to 60
00 to 35
00 to ?a
$1.75 to 2.75
15 t o 30
12i to 17$
FOREIGN MARKET REPORTS.
From Cloj'p .y Co., Banjcert and Broh-r, X. Y,
These figures represent an average es
timate of ruling prices at the markets
named, tip to Tuesdav of each week :
Liverpool. Cotton firm at a decline of
from 1 to 2 points, with quotations for
futures unchanged. "Wheat weak at J to
1 penny lower. Bacon 5 shillings high
er, at G".40 to 6.85 per cwt.
New York. August Cotton 7.n ; July
wheat 7.'ilc , ,
-Chicago. Grain market, steadier feel
ing than for several days; wheat bjc;
corn 40e ; oats 28c ; pork 20.20 ; ribs 9.42;
lard 10 07 m M
Manv Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares
i Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
system, aids digestion, removes excess of PUC,
pad cures malaria. Uet vhe tcnuiae.
cducto - in - Wtntrg !
Will sell her large and attractive stock
of Millinery at greatly reduced prices.
Excellent Bargains AT Cost from her
1.. n ftrt- nf Til fant'sCans. Remember
these goods must be sold in the next 30
'lays. :. z
" hoir crrnwln? DODularlty bfirehad
. un-H?hPrr fMimreVfor Trielr npMlr liwread
IXfSTwX&weo a Splendid stock
m tv.P tipw store room under the Central Ilotfl.
where te7rto Prices defy all competition.
Tuey are also coatmulng Business at their old
stand with prices lower than ever. Call and be
Cis to Sei Us Before Bnyiiii
GERS CLOTHING CO.,
SALISBURY, II. C. FINE CLOTHIERS.
You want good, pure goods at low prices, don't you? Then go to
where are kept PURE FRESH GROCERIES, such as Flour, goci country
Haras Potatoes (seed and eating), Cabbage, and everything eteyoo. waat.
Also a new line of GOOD SHOES, which I am offering Very Cheap.
Afull line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS always kept in stock.
" JgrAttention, Farmers! I am now also selling the
cheap for cah, or on tiiie. Call to see rae before buying elsewhere. .
0. B. Webb. J. S. Troutman. T. J.-XtaW
WEBB, TROUTMAN & CO.
Salisbury Marble Works.
T ARGF V VRIETY OF MARBLE ON HAND TO SELECT FROM.
" Alu vlv" SATLSFACTION GUAUANTEED.