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LOvAl- ASIX-ITV fcl.lTQK.
fur tlc Watchman.
U. Kohertson has been ap
........ f i-l.l In
v 41. Uuj'len will take i
r-..'i..,v nostoUieeou the
" , ..... ItimK'
A; UrO.vn, says that
otf-of the human
irWc School will close
T" mii-icales. io bo iriven
, .rrnw ni"rrt.-
Waller Jlmpliy Earnest
..ri-ieJ uonie fur vacation
)a,i Friday, from our old a
. .1.1.. .i r.rf'i ;i t . h
. Vorth State gem o,f journalism,
fell's Haily annoiu.-
psper'siiew uum"g u
,( Linton. -Charlotte's fsas-su'per-
aldermen of AswevUle
has placed a tax of$o00 on- deateraJu
The "county cOtniaissioners of Stanly
have reduced the jail fees from 30 to 2D
cents per day -
If you receiver Sample copy of the
Wat kman please consider it a request I for oml0r.
to subscribe, and seud along yoursub-
scription. Only 1JX) a year,
Farmers that wish to buy Reapers and
Mowers this season would save money
by seeing Sinoot & McCuUoh. They will
save you money in the purchase.
Agents for the Dee ring.
Mr. IT. C. Corriher. of China Grove, is
evidenced by the fact that 59 of the 153
students jiow Ttrcaeo were preparing to
enter the ministry. He impressed upon
the graduating class the importance of
the development of he moral
mart" and also importance of
choosing the rinht profession.
Wednesdaj' night occurred he contest
s medal by the junior class
representatives from both societies. Mr
C. E.Iodgin, of Antioch, N. C., a Phi.
won the medal.
On Thursday, graduating exercises
were opened with praver by Dr. H. P.
Pritchard, of Charlotte. The first speak
er was Mr. E. S. Tillinghast, of Raleigh,
as salutatorian, whose subject was "Poet
ry as an Educator." W. X. j?oreyvn
... ,.iitL hv th;
struck a weh
defined vein of
teaching a writing school in the public 0f Greensboro, delivered an oration on
. - 1 1 1 1 t r rl ' . . .
schooi-tiouse on cnesiuu mn. "e it, a the "Mission of Genius"; H. R- Murchi
good penman and teacher, and Las a son, of Coronoco, S. C, spoke on "Intel
class of about twenty young men anuiectuai Hygienics." "Carolina in the
ladies. 1 T.i Pi-nrv Vu-lri'' ma ttio cnhiftCt of the
While walking down the street yester-l ntxt speaker, Mr. A. K. Pool, of Xeyser,
day afternoon, Mr. f . P. Johnson stepped N..C-
on a banana peelingiu front of A. Park- Mr. T W Lingle, of Mill Bridge, N. C
er's store, and fell to the pavement wa3 prevented bv illness from deliver-
ing the philosophical oration on the
subject of "The Influence of Gladstone
Upon the Age."
The prizes were then awarded by Rev
Dr. T R English, of Yorl'ville. professor-
elect in" Union Theolosical Seminary,
Hampden Sidey, Va.
In the Philanthropic Society Mr. W
of Atlanta, Ga., foj-
-V.. V. King,
ed thiOiTU tue cay ia.-t
ber return from vifiting
aitt-her native county.
of our county T.i best, farmers A.
Vc " .... 1 T.l . C- l.i..
-.nell. Esq., ot Alt. Uiia IUWUM.H-,
jiortiBne wheat crops iu hi.s neighbor-
He has four acres iroin wuicu ue
Tb new M. E. church in process of
ooonChesiiur7nT17; is now enclos-
.y'lieD completed, it witi be a eub-
iHtiiil and coniniodius structure. Mr.
bu'roand his congregation are to be
jTafulated on their work.
5r.A.J Crowell, a practicing phytf-
ufruia Mallard Creek, Mecklenburg
suty'has registered as the law direct.-;
the Superior court clerk's omce, m
icity,and'has, we learn, located a:
'Ui Grove where he will ,ractice his
Hr.C, L.Miller, late assistant editor
i'J.l.Kainsay, on the Watchman,
It uu studying for the miuirftry?, pasj-
1 through tlie city last Friday on his
ijfe his home in' Gold J I ill iov.nshi! ,
ir, Miller has been attending college ui
Watson, contractor-ami h'uild.er,
just completed a handsnine fr
Mewe Jor Clr. Alex, llaituiuu in
ijaifebury. lie will begin auotl -
friMfew days. for W. '1 . t?uinm-r, about
wniilts lroin fcalisbuty on tlie lai-
Chark Hairstoii killed Sain Barrier'
it&.urday night, at Eibaville, Ijavie
auty,by .-culiingSiiin's throat with a
ife. CTaly one stroke was made which
pred the jugular vein. Tite row
rri'dou account of Jiairstous inliiua-
ith Barrier's wife. All the -parties
breaking his kliee cap. The injury is
very painful and inav prove serious.
.Mrs. J. B. Sheets, on -yesterday, re
ceived from the officers" of the Royaf
Arcanum, of this cityr, the sum of $3,
)0, the amount of the iusurauce policy
held by J. B. Sheets, deceased.
Ife is rumored on the streets that oures
teemed friend, Prof. R. G. Kteerand Mrs.
Agnes Ritchie, daughter of W. Smith-
deal, Eq., wiltbe joined in holy wed- the deelaimer's medal.
iock mi--, evening, uur oesc congraiuia- In the Eumenean Society, Mr. John
uonsareextenueatotne nappy couple. L Douglas, of Blackstock, won the de-
Rowan furnished two of those who bater's medal, Mr. FH Wardlaw, Dar
graduated at Davidson College, last U'ugton. S. C, the deelaimer's medal and
week. Thpv nro ATr JT O Tvcn Jj- Mr. J isl Jiariis. llarnsbure. 2s. O., won
of this city, and Mr- Thos. W. Lingle, of the essayist's medal.
Mill Bridge. Mr. Lingle would havede- Mr-J il G,ey, of Huntersville, won
lui the Win. Banks Biblical medal, for
was prevented on account of sickness. J which Mr. T W-Lingle was a good second
vrf n .wT r.uwnv. rnv. vcfaThkt? p.rn
WE CAN CHANGE THE TRICES !
That is what we are doing, and done with
a vengenec !
Never eoiihl choiee roods' be boujrht at a
July clearing sale its during this uionih.
Commencing to-day, cur great season for
begins, with a double bead of steam.
It i. sales, not profit, that we are after now !
Come in any day this month prepared lor
May mrst make up for April and it will.
OUR REDUCTIONS ARE SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE!
They will make you buy in spite of your
self. The oulv condition that we impose ie
that you BUY NOW.
The proverbial oldest inhabitant has been
knocked out of fight. First by the unequalled
weather and now by our anacpualled prices.
One lot of MEN'S & BOY'S suits at $7.50,
One lot $10.00 worth $12.00 and $15.00.
One lot 12.50. worth $15.00 to $18.00.
One lot $lb,00, worth $20. to $22.50.
We hare about One-hundred suksiOne
Two, and Three of a kind ail nice goods
broken sizes that we want to :iean out.
It they fit ypa, yoii get a bargain,
have also a
KForsyth, of Greensboro, N. C, won
both the debater's and essayist's medals,
and Mr. L E Wells, of Dunlin county.
at ,ac. 1. 00, $1.50, $2.00, $.1.00, $4.00, and
J-V"i can i ne beat. Thev are verv
cheap and we are sure you will buy
when you see them.
"Meniiiay come and men may go," but
the credit business must stop I
jThe impoverished conditioii of the country is due
more to Credit and its abuses than to all
We learn from the Greensbora Record
that Thomasvillelield a primary election
last Saturday for- postmaster. There
Honorary degrees were then conferred
upon the following : A. M. upon Prof.
II l-i !.:lrlpt.Mll A li Alltttlll I ,n P-e
were Romany applicants that Congress- Texas. D D upon Rev, E A Ramsay,
man neuuerso.i suggested an election, ,relmih;5 T(,nn. niwl Tw
which was readily agreed to. John , W
Pambeth received 88 votes; Mr. Thomp
son 7o; Godwin 3; Dodson 7, and Grimes
Memphis, Tenn., and Rev. W S Beau,
Clinton, S C ; and L L D upon Justice
Arrnistead Burwell. of Charlotte. The
following young gentlemeu graduated
and the diplomas were presented by Dr
The Charlotte Observer, Of Tuesday, Shearer :
reports that the death of a poor white With the degree of A B: Edward
woman, the wife ot tud '1 liomas, of that Douglas Brown, Dixie, N. C; William
city, last Sunday brought to light the Carson Brown, High I'oiht, N. C; James
fact "that t he said Thomas had been McDowell Douglas, Blackstock's, S. C;
treating Ins sick wife with fiendish bru- John Leiahton Doutrlai Blackstock's.
tality. He confessed after his arrest to S. C: William Kenneth. Forsvth. Greens-
having burned her arms with live coals boro, N. C; Vergil Riley Gaston, Gieen-
of fire w-liile she lav helpless on her ville, S. C; John Huuter Grey, Hunters
death beilpreteuding that he did it for ville. N. C; Thomas Wilson Linule
the purpose of inducing her to profess j Mill Bridge X C; Robert J-ee McNaii
religion ami thus escape the tires of hell.. Black Mountain, N C; Charles Mont-
The7'WYT stittes that Dr. Wilder is of I tronierv. Sumter. S C : Samuel Williams
ID 1 J
Moore. Huntersville, N C; Hush Rode-
had been previously inflicting other cru-
eit.u-s upon tuc poor woman iv various
ineihods until it feeeius he actually
inurd red her. , -
Children's Day services wero held in
tlie Presbyterian church last Sunday
evening, a large and appreciative audi
ence neing present, i ne exercises con-
sisieuoi songs, responsive reanmgs, a
recitation by t he-infant class, a mission
ary address by Dr. Thornwell, of Fort
iiii, r. i.-., anu coi.ection lor tne cause
of foreign missions. The collection
amounted to 80.33, of which 'J.78 was
donated by the infant class as a contri
bution to the Coniro boat fund. The ex
ercises were enjoyed by iill present.
Salisbury is determined to continue Tillinghast, B S, Ingiish literature,
the drunkard-making business. On last
"uasfroui one head. No ' commercial
ftiliier was used on it.'-
Tue new depot is about com)!eted,-aiid
Last Monday Mr. Pleas Wise showed
abuueb of fine wheat, which he hal
eked from his lot on Chestnut Hill.
M beads were; very large, having 4 and
grams in a row ami- U-inu lullv in-
eiin lenctli. Mr. Wie v'mmked 73 TMuriclfiJ' she 'sai,t b-V a vote of over two to
one mat sue prelerreu to keep open these
soul-destroying dens to entice the weak
and helpless drunkard, and to blight his
home and render it the abode of novertv.
A trenn . : . - ! '
p-MUiprovement upon the oicboue. j inisery, and shame- While many ex
it is not as nice as - we expected ; ported prohibiiion to be defeated, every
-r) ueheies, yet, u is quite iWlli.. W.AU w, , th l,nrA momritv
license received. The whole vote cast
was 409. Of these o!3 were for license
and 15(i against, th.e majority fur lieeuse
being 157. The petition asking for an
cJeetion. was signed by 283 qualified
voters of the town, and the mystery to
now is what became of those
be prohibitionists. We suppose -it
merman, Virilieinitl fit" l'.rLr Apin'imiv ' was too ''wet:' f.f tboni ir, irot nut Aivm
irwood, .one of our-couu-1 information of tUem will be irladlv re-
s:most highly esteemed voun.r ...dies iceived. ' -
tf-test wishe.s are cxN-r.ued to the haj- j '
; conple. Davie Tim. ! Dn-viison Ccmineacement Exercises.
T.vi a'Iii., i I 'iitc commencement exercises of Da
vidson College were largely attended
Junei.;iKQ3..ilwrt r., , u i,'. '-iUui tM,Joyed by all- Rev.
rick Murchison, Coronaca, SC; Alonzo
Ivnox Pool Keyser, N C; Edward
Staubury Tillinghast, Rj.leigh, N C;
Henry Grinnell Tyson, Jr., Salisbury,
NC; Watts Monroe Voils, Concord, 2s
C: John Wakefield, friendship, N C.
With-. the degree of 11 B: William
Maliew Hunter, Huntersville, NC;
John Richardson Schenck, Greensboro,
With the degree of M A ; V M Frier-
sou, A B, mathematics, Clinton, S C;
Walter Lee Lingle, A B, English Litera
ture, Mill image, in U; yy j iUartiu, Jr.,
A B M D, geology, University of Vir
ginia ; RevrChalmers Moore, A B, Eng
lish literature, ' Hopewell, N C; J A
noaiusand we are Had
A convenient eating-house
a added to the south end of the I
:S.Hbere travellers can ger lunches.
ied,at the home of the bride
t Fork: Church, this count v.- oi
, May Cist. Rev. C. .S. Cash- I manv
itnuiw place, oihciating, Prof. J. 1".
n, principal of Fork Academy
' Lou G;
Washington, D C ; T E WiueeofL A B,
mathematics, Nashville, Tenn.
The following students were on the
roll of honor, having averaged over 95
in the scale of 100 : Seniors, J II -Grey,
E S Tillinghast, J It Schenck, J M
Douglass-and J Ij Douglass; junsors, M
E Sentelle, J M Fai r and C K Hodgin
sophomores, V J Hill, II C Ilammoni
and F A Barns; freshmen, N II McGil-
vary, J is row n, Jr., J u V arner, J L
Mills and W A Goodman.
J II Grey, of Huntersville, X. C, then
delivered the valedictory oration on the
subject of "Trial by Jury."
After the rendition ;of the uOid North
State' by the college chums the exer
cises were C4ided.
assembly, and there was a bountiful re
past enough for each and enough fcr
all. After the white assembly had eat
en, the colored present were invited.
who of course did justice to the occasion,
and still several baskets. full were left on
The committee on invitation, the chap
erons, the managers, and citizens inter
ested, are to be congratulated upon their
creat success and cood management of
the picnic of 1893, at the River side
Park, on Little river. It is an event
that will be long and pleasantly remem
bered. Amusements, suebjas boat-riding
on the river, croquet, and lawn tennis,
music and dancing were greatly enjoy
ed; and nothing transpired to mar the
pleasures and enjoyment of the day.
Everybody returned well pleased with
the picnic, and all agreeing that it was
a grand success in all respects, and a day
long to be remembered.
There were near two hundred of the
ladies and gentlemen who came back to
Troy, and remained all night. There
was a social gathering of the crowd at
Mr. W. R. Harris' residence ut night,
where the young ladies and gentlemen
had music, and spent the night most
nleasantlv and happily. It is said that
the house and yard were filled with the
Rev. J. B. Hurley, pastor of Central
Church at Ralei.L'h, who has been visit
ing his sick inothef, near Troy, lor some
time, returned home this week, leaving
lis mother much improved.
From present indications, there are
rood reasons to believe that the -mar
riage bells will, ere long,'4be ringing about
Troyaud Zion church.
Prof. A S. Harris will open a High
School at the Academy, in Troy, in Au
We have had tine rains this week and
the crops are in good condition and
The Irish potato bugs have made then-
appearance in great numbers; and are
hard to destroy-
J. M. Deaton, postmaster at Troy has,
at last, received his commission and lias
taken possession of the office.
Misses Ada Wade and Ada Allen have
returned from Greensboro Female Col-
We are showing a beautiful line of
AMiLIGEE SHIRTS. WHITE SHIRTS An
In . i I
and ,-nn At Vvome and examine our suspenaers,
ftim we can nt von. nnn oivi mn entTu4..;An i
r j e " ' v futuiai. liuii. I
irus- i the most riir.ilil nnd most comforta
ble you ever ar : a full line, some
fifteen grades from 8 cents to $l."i5
Mason's Fruit Jars quarts and half
gallons 85 cents and $1.10 perdoz.
Reduced Rates. Thirtv-two cases shoes iust in fit
For the occasion of the North Caro- and suit vou ? Of course we can and
l!ri!i rTo.i..V.Q..-,J k .., 1. 1. .... -i . I
cmu y luoreneau uiiy , for much lesg m than ct
. v,, me aicaiaonu & hmv r rna ...
will sell round-trip tickets to Morehead Do not take our word for it compare
City and return, at the following rates them with other shoes nud prices and
trom points named, plus 2.0C to cover uA vnnr nwn :1I(lfTtt
w v v v A.A j i va v
other causes combined ant it so ?
membership coupon of the Teachers' As
sembly, which will be sold with everv Wyatt s Leader th old
ticket. Tickets to be on sale June 18, to $1 1Q warranted
J i - - " . . v. , ikj itiuiu uuiu rf,, . 0 3 , -. r
and including Ju.y 20, 1893 : ' "
Salisbury, $8 45; Reidsville, $7.80; Bel- cents continues to tuke, a
ma, $3.25; Raleigh, $4.40; Chapel Hill, which no one can reach.
Levi A.rDeal. a - respected eiti-
fAUcU tovnship, departed this
:iU'davs - A.,Uvr,t...t J ... i i'-'T J. !-, of Raleigh, preached the
Mother and manv fr iends .mln-n , -'N Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning,
Mr. Deal was a consistent Chris-
ni a, meaner ofMt: Eihn Reformed
5',JrcJijoiniug-the church at the age of
and spending his whole life in
Jiceof the Master. "Blessed'
uead who di in fh T -l
are pleased to learn that the Y, M.
ttiy us lnsiruetea Secretary
to write the great Evangelist,
ltn hun to hold a seri. s of i.f.
3 18 Salisbury at an earlv d:i- V.r
'VSOn Li. - . .
uveus HO lUlroduetlrm tn
'P'e for he is known -n ,t
man. Lnftlf'd witlr v ,,,t,.,.r.;i a i
, . CI ....M-nuuui inu 'UWtf
",uniiK sou Is to -Chi-Un W..
" "ortsofthe AssociatioiUo get him
5e: here, again will pro successful.
et Btle four or 11 ve Inlirs of 'slloes
Restore of D. R. Julian & Sons on
'ndaynirrhf TU cU,.
- ouuca were uu a
. atthe rear wiiwin,., i
- - .......v, vi vnc! mure,
secured bv rt-m.Tvinnr Ilia
aiij breaking n rri-.c. pk Tit i
jcured in place by i,oh bars, which'
June 4, at 11 o'clock a. m.. and Rev. K
11- Barnett, D. D of Atlanta, Ga., the
sermon before the Y. M. C. A. at 8 p. m.
On Tuesday the annual meeting of the
B;ard of Trustees . took place. Steps
were taken toward the establishment of
a class of philosophy and h;story. The
English professor, Dr.- Currell will here
after be relieved of part of another
course, Prof. rVinsou taking
political economy next year.
W. S. Graves, Professor of Latin and
French, resigned aud W. R. Grey, Ph.
wUU (Jill VCI9IIV, i
and I cliiwiMi infill i;- .k..;. ht-
iuiiii Ull.-l null i ji UUCJCill. i'il .
Jas. B. Wharey, of class of '92, waschoseu
assistant professor of mathematics and
librarian for next-year. Tuesday night,
the annual exercises of the Literary
Societies were held. The orators for the
occasion were Rev. C. G. Vardell, of
New Ber-ne,- who represented the Eu.
and Rev. P. R. Law who represented
the Phi- The speaking was unusually
Wednesday ex-Governor Thomas M
Montgomery County News Troy.
J. P. Hall, Superintendent of the sun
day school at Zoar church, states that
last Sunday was Children's day there,
and that the occasion was a very inter
esting and successful one; and that much
interest is taken in the Sunday school
W. T. Harris, Esq. showed me some
very rich specimens of gold ore taken from
the Hamilton mine a few miles North of
Troy, which he has bonded. The vein
is well developed and is 4J or 5 feet wide
in a shaft twenty fiye deep, and the mine
is thought to be a Bonanza to our young
Messrs'. Douglass & Shaw, of Carthage,
paidour town a visit this week, on busi
ness and have associated W. L. Spence
with them in the practice of law at this
place. So the firm will be: "Douglass,
Shaw & Spence," hereafter.
Handsome cards of invitation were
sent out for the picnic at "River Side
Park," at Smitherman's mill, on Little
river, on Friday the 9th of June. Mr.
Blairand others prepared some boats for
the occasion, which with Croquet and
Lawn-Tennis yards, afforded. enjoyment
for the large crowd that attended.
The day was auspicious, beautiful and
pleasant, in fact, just such aday as all
desired to see for such an occasion. The
attendance was large, estimated at three
or four hundred. Four States viz: Col
orado, Florida, Virginia and North Car
olina, were represented; and the Coun
ties of this State represented were Mont
gomery, Rowan, Moore, Richmond, and
Staulv. It was said that a more hand
some number of ladies was never seen
of theinthe State, at one gathering, whose
Last week's Davie Times announces
that T. B. Bailey, the Master of Moeks
villn Iodge, No 131, has appointed the
following named persons as the mem
bers of the various committees for the
next annual Masonic picnic, which will
be iieid there on Thursday, August 10th:
On Grounds S. A. Woodruff; P- A.
Miller and H. C. Meroney.
Arrangements H. E. Robertson, R. C
Brown and F. M. Johnson.
Printing W. X. Culey and S. A. Jar-vi.-i-
Invitation Jacob Stewart, W. R.
Ellis. T. M. Young and J . i. Jiouges.
Gates W. 1. W oodruii, r. .u. iauey
.itwl K Kahnsoll.
X I V L . ' . - . - .
Homes for Orphans 1'. M. liauey anu
RelVc-sDmer.ts W . A. Clement, uco.
W. Bahiison and . E. s?vain.
KvcMKinn-A. M. McGlamery, A
Woodrulf. Will X. Coley aud l nuiip
$G00; P:ion College, $0(35; Greensboro,
$6 10; Charlotte, $9 70; Winston-Salem,
$795; Wilkesboro, $1005; Mocksville,
$8 GO; Asheboro, $8 30; Norwood, $955;
Statesville, 9 2o; Morganton, $1085;
Asheville, $1295; Waynesville, $13 80;
Murphy $1070, Lincolntou, 11 00; Le
uoir, $1085. Rates from intermediate
points will be iu same proportion.
For the occasion of the meeting of the
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, the
Richmond & Dauville railroad will sell
tickets to Greensboro, N, C, and return
at following rates for round-trip from
points named :
Charlotte, $4 45; Asheville, $7 75; Wrin
ston-Salem, $150; Durhaiu$2 75; Hen
derson, $4 85; Raleigh, $4 05; Goldsboro,
Rales from intermediate points
in same proportion. Tickets on sale
June 19, to 21, inclusive; good returning
until June 2o, 1893.
For the occasion of the Annual Meet
ing North Carolina' Funeral Directors1
Association, Charlotte, N. C, the Rich
mond & Danville railroad will sell tick
ets to Charlotte. N. C. and return at
following rates for round-trip from
points named :
Asheville, $7 GO; Marion, $5 00; Greens
boro, $4 45; Winston-Salem, $5 65; Dur
ham, $650; Henderson, $7 90; Raleigh,
$7 30; Goldsboro, $9 00. Rates from in
termediate points in same proportion.
Tickets'ou sale June 20, to 22, inclusive;
good returning until June 26, 1893.
For the occasion of the meeting of the
North Carolina Liquor Dealers' Associa
tion, Raleih, N. C, the Richmond &
Danville railroad will sell tickels to
Raleigh, N. C, and return at following
rates for round-trip from points named :
.tsheviUc, $1100; Charlotte, $730;
Greensboro, $4 05; Winston-Salem $5 0-;
Durham, $150; Goldsboro, $2.5S. Rates
from intermediate points in same pro
portion. Tickets on sale June 20, to
22, inclusive; good returning until .June
Cannon Bleached Domestic yard
wide 8i cents.
A nice Bowl and Pitcher 69 cents.
A new lot ofTidiesaud Towels.
The only One Price Cash House in
Salisbury ! No Jockeying!
If you want a Trunk, it will p? "
yon to see ours all styles and prices
from 28 cents to $18.00.
Buy your Fruit Jars, before they arc
See our MUSLINS,
aud other cool goods for Hot Weather.
Palm Leaf Fans 1 cent each. Dress
Fans up to 75 cents,
Jugs and Milk Crock 10 cents per
New goods cowing in every week,
impossible to enumerate everything in
this space. Coiue and see every day if
you can, ' it will he money in your
pocket to do so.
Remember you are welcome whethir
you wish to l)uy or not.
Yours for M. B. (Mutual Benefit.
T. B. WYATt
Sign of Red Flag.
We are always in the lead on
fastWwi t "iU,U1 belt Holt delivered the annual oration,-tak-
,a tne -bars was held lUiinehi. i,r.m '-Tim t
lUl;th V turned the i Mauhool.? , Gov.; Holt spoke
cIetoibA m; ' t,rsV There , Presbyterians, and of her adherenuo to young gentlemen in our viciuitv
- I lUc principles of her- founders, as'! was j- A public dinner was given to the large
;fea'tl.A f.i - , ; 1 H15 pt' n iounoing ot Uavidson College by sturdy ! attractions hav- smitten many of the
Corrected ucekhj h'f D. 'It. J uUan & Sons
Flour, per sack
Poultry, hens, each
Spring chickens, "
Eggs, per aoz.
12 to 20
00 to 20
12 to 14
. oo" to 52
70 to 80
00 to 00
00 to 35
00 to 70
SI. 75 to 2.7u
15 to 30
12i to 17
I2i to 14
rCREIGN MARKET REPORTS.
From Claj'P tj Co., Banker and Broker,, A. 1
c,i,Hc -nriKnt an average es-
Jt '..?..!;.,., .,r; Rt the markets
; a ...x t, 'rnoH;iv.nf each weeK .
t.,' Li eLtinnrm at a rise of
from 5 to 6 points, with quotations for
..,i.,..,w.a,i Wlieai, weak at j
jtr, at o ;u io .iu pei c c. ,
V.,,. 'rL- Alll5USt CottOIl 4.t , Juij
"SagoGrain market, steadier feel
ing than for several
corn 40c ; oats 28c; pork 20.20 ; ribs
BUT WE MEAN to DO BETTER STILL.
Our increased sales prove indisputably that peo
pie are finding out where to go for the
SALESMEN'. Kuergetie nicn wantod. Free
r.r..n-!il! (llitlit. O II U ( ) t f il L't'll t S lllis CarilC'll
over 2n,doo iu live
years. V. U. Box HIT 1 ,
Having qualified as executors of the
estate of Levi A. Deal, deceased, all per
sons owing ,nid estate are hereby noti
ced to come and settle. And all persons
having claims against said estate must
present them to the undersigned, duly
authenticated, on or before the Olh day
of June, lS'.H, or this notice will-be plead
iu bar of their recovery.
Saiuii J. Dkal,
? MM ri 'U
A.T THE LOWEST PEI, E
And our gains in sales have been made in spite of the
dull times and a falling off in trade generally. MOR
AL : "Best goods for least money"
For a few days we will sell a line ot JW.iAJ suits at 4.4U ana a une o . ou- a
$."i.50 in order to close them out. BARGAINS ! Our line of Clothing
Hats, Shirts, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c., is unsurpassed.' Don't fail to
see us before you buy. We will save you money.'
Your 'u to count on,
Edw ard L. Fleming, j
June 9, ISSKi.
Or JOU are nil worn out really goodfor notb
inc. it I Keneral debility. Try
nuowrrs iron ittxx.
It will cure too. cleanw yonr Utw, ana it
a good apoctito.
n - m -
z tfuc- next Caip,
Mrs. H.- XlXlISlEIl.,
Will sell her large and attractive stock
of Millinery at greatly reduced prices.
Excellent Bargains at Cost from her
large stock of Infant's Caps. Pvemember
these goods must be sold in the next o0
days. . .
nt thpir trrowlnz Dosularlty haTehad
to eitod tbeir fwIlitTi tor their n.pldly lnceas.
UUS!fieS6. Udc K
in the new store room under the Central Hotel,
wVretuelrlo-prtces defy all coruretirton.
Thev are also continuing Bnslnf-jssAt their old
st md with prices lovrr than ever. Call anrt be
?oii v meed f tBrlue our Chickens, t-gs,
mct nutter to us ut the Mew Hotel.
Coias to Sk Us Bsfcre lipi
Vnn Wiinf prnotl. DlirB ITOoda t low pnCCS, duu't " TOU ?
where are kept PURE FRESH GROCERIES, such as Flour, goH country
Hatns, potatoes (seed and eating). Cabbage, and everything t-Ue you.w...v
Also a new line of GOOD SHOES, which I am offering Very Cheap.
A full line of DRY GOODS and NO HONS always kept in stock.
TAttention, Farmers! I am now also selling th
' BAHHEK FE&TILXZ&Jfci
. cheap for cash, or on time. Call to see rae before buying elsewhere.
C. B. Webb. J". S. Troutman. . J
WEBB, TROUTMAN & CO
HUGE VARIETY OF MARBLE ON HAND lO cti