Montgomery news reached us too jate lliehnrd and ViiJiamiraudoii eaine from
for publication- this .week, ut villp- Pennsylvania and 1 purchased lauds in-!
pear, in nest week's issue. ' j this sectiou. They .were of sturdy Jlngli-sh
rr. r. . ' , 'stock, were industrious and prosperous, j
The fbllojiving persons- le-ft Tuesday j ,'-,, ,' '. , , aim 1
morning tor tUe Worjds Jair,: W.,. " V u"
Viutt ! am i tv Uev. Hugh JjcAden parsed - through this
Klutt? and .cons, Clarence and Warren; ... . , 4 . , a. .
v t ',r i V .t " i u. region lit 17oa he spent night ivith a
A. B. .He Can less and three daughter , - , ' ....
n....jr it i t Mr. Crandoir, whom Jie styles A'Ws own
Jlisves Carwe, Mary and Jnu, and Ins 4 , ; , , . T ,
.' t -t' i f t i countxyman" i This was probably John
njece Xreue - MvCauless also Misses Jen-f,, . j-,5; -, ,,. J ,.
. . i ... . 1 411 U Ull, Ml WU A V lit 1.1 CO 11UIU JlllO
m . - r iiim Mini i ! -: t it r- r-- -s-twrkiaBiTT"t
Merouey,of l'liiiadelpnm, j " v. nV3
... from Charlotte on the same day.
i. U the cit
. i i :
VVilliaras, local reporter
.. nbxerver- sieut Sunday
in the OU.
from several day s vwuai wejc-
Mi-s Jennie Howard is very
.lUsideuceoOlr-ri. lv Ham
by ry4nea.r w here Chas, H ,M eKuie, E-q .,
now resides, William JJi-aiidoo proba-
jCol lector ESias has issued an order in-1 b!y the ydyugest brothtr-seUed near
structiuglhe Hump deputies to receive j Thyatira church then callwlCathey's
nothing but currency or postoflice money l Meeting House, and married a Miss
VfTtVy, President of North
rina College, occupied the pulP4lT oj
SSrc KiK Sunday morning
, V Smith, of Conconi, preacU
Vhe Methodist cUurcii 4ast Sunday
.!niuir and evening. . ; ,
Mr Will Houck, wuo uas ucCu
. .'w,r Sfite tor nearly a year and a
, f- returned home lat Saturday.
tf &re k" : ...
" wUo Uas hecu sick with typUoiU
ve, tor two weeks, is improving. v
vr James H. Horah, formerly of this
. ..,!.., m.wof WilHamsport, Ta., was
""' .., m Mi- Krobel. of
SSiuBluu- City on last Wednesday, Jnly
r'arri. ' dau-hter of H. O. Tyson,
! ..t'tbis city, was married at her fu-
7 t. Ul.. lO
. ...V rfiilQClicc wv..v -
)If.Joi.Aitkeii,of Uutimore. KeV. Ur,
C Cauup.11., of Litaker township,
-K.rts his first collOli oioom ou
r : 1 i iva i he. crols in
tmmuuityarasgood as could Lo
Wpecteu;-coi.sideriiig tbe seasons.
There Will be it basket picnic at J. A.
Barkheud'H, near Salem church, on
Thursday July 7ih. Kverybtnly -i ui
vited, awl theladie are requested to
bring refreshments. -Mr
Tims liurris, aged 27 years, died
ittbe Vuuce Cotton Mills last Saturday,
JjIv 8th. He leaves a ue, uric ,
. . .. .i. Ki-,ti.r Miid sisters lo
fter, aiouioi, -
BouraliisJ- 'T bereaved family
hive our sympathy.
- m. :. -u ..n..Ki.r iiirftrif.t Confi-rencc. of
- lileon'ulu.' "j - --
' iU M K. Church. South, will meet at
Xew luiloi:, f nursday, July 27th; ami
tT,l)".i'iu-t undav School Conference
It 111 Ui-tl- v
A'e received this week a catalogue of
1 L. '..11..., Salnin. Va. Tiiis oiu
mil excellent institution is doinj; a Use
...rt Tr n vviil reiiuiauon as is
thowu by "the-fact that li staves bad re)
..'MKSUtal'ive within its wails ttie past st-
woii. It oilers many advantages ai.il at
" A regular meeting of the diwcu fsol
lii:Davi.t Wi.ey JJaiik uas i.eki 'i'l.es
iyjmd the usual seuii-anuua. diviuei.d
44 er cent- v undeclared payao.tr la lUv
- itockbulders on deuiaud. TJ.er- baiik is
i a. first cla-s coiidttioii. Saiisi.ury's
b&uks are boih in excellent comliiiou
Mitbstanding the striugciicy oi
Vorkoa the Opera House hai .been
Wiijieuiled indefinitely on atjcounVpf-lack
ffuud-4i The work is uboutialf co-uplet-l.
Contractor Fuller can ftbt complete
thejobatlbe price yl contract. The
thuc specified for the qonipletiou of ibe
work is Aug. 1st. After that date, Dr
It ... .. '. i-:
ieroney will euter suit ugaiusi ins
lxjudsmeii, who are Charlotte geutltmen.
fw tbe recovery of damsges.
. We cull attention to some interesting
ud -valuable matter from the North
Carolina Agricultural Experiment Sta
, Um iii ibis week's i.-'sue. This is of spe
tifthaterest to farmers, and- should be
toad by all. The bulletins and all publi
ottions are free to any one "who will
-Write for them, and-auy question on ag-
cultural topics will be gladly received
. lad answered by the Station.
, Mr. J. Allen Brown, insurance agent,
Wires us to say that the losses on J. It.
Xieholas' store and contents, on W. T.
rj's dwelling and on St. Pauls. Episeo
paUbapel, have ull been satisfactorily
n-ijusted. The -claims on Mr. Fry's
lock of good will be settled -as soon as
woru statement of lo.s is furnished
Ihi company by Mr. Fry thisstateinent
' king necessary on accouut of the hss of
lis books, etc., by lire.
The growth of the North Cnroliua Col
H of Agriculture and Mechanic Art$
k bn . very remarkable- Starting
ordei-s in payment of United States taxes
In consequence thereof, checks will not
betaken, and manufacturers who adorn
their packages with revenue stamps will
avoid delays by sending the:ash or mon
ey orders for them.
Mfr. J. Brinkle, of r.riuHe's Ferry,
brought the - first home-raised water
melojns of this season to this mai ket yes
terday. ' :
! - - ,
Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, of Wood leaf, this
county, a good, christian lady, died la.t
Tuesday at her - home, aged about Go
The reduced rates advertised by the It.
& D. It. It, Co;, for the Veteran's reunion
at Birmingham, Ala,, are r withdrawn, on
account of the indefinite postponement of
William Carter, a flagman on the Wes
tern road, was seriously injured ; t
Statesville, last Saturday night. Afu r
couplingsome cars, 'he attempted to pet
aboard the train while it was in motion.
He slipped and fell, breaking his right
aim near tho shoulder, and receiving
several scalp wounds and other bruises.
The fore finger of bis lety hand was run
over by the car wheels and crushed off.
SuperiutendentrWoodroffe, of the "Mt.
Airy granite quarries, was fatally
wounded Tuesday morning" by a stone
ailing on his head. They were doing
Catliey--a daughter or Esquire , Alexan-'
der Cathcy, one of the county - justices..
The second son of this couple was James
Brandon, who married Esther Horah,
sister of Hugh Horah, and a great-aunt
oftheHorah's now of Salisbury. Some
time after the Revolutionary war this
James Brandon removed from (the old
home near Thyatira church and settled
in what ; is; now Franklin Township,
where the late W.lt. 'Fraley, Esq., who
married, his grand-daughter, lived and
died.' His fourth child, named ' Clarissa
HarlowemarrUsd Thomas Kincaid, Esq ,
a substantial farmer in that neighborhood
and these were - the parents of three
children, Mrs. Mary Ann Bruner, Mis.
Jane E. Fraley and Wm. Mortimer Kin
caid .Esq. These are all now gone, and
Mrs. Bruner was the last of the fourth
generation of these pioueers of Itowiiu
Count'. By inter-marriages the Bran-j
dons are counected with the Cowans, the
Lockes, the Burriagers of Cabarru-, the
Mcanses, Criers, llobinsous, "Crawfords,
Hails, Whites, McKenzies, Gibsons,
Smiths, Palmers, Julians, Wisemans,
Morrisons, and others cf thi?, and more
western States, though the name of Bran
don is borne by few on their native soil
On the 26th of January 1S43, J. J. Bru-
This sale of 1-1, off. lias beeir a? phenomenal sneress. - Hnni
Ireds of buyers have taken advantage of this reduction ale
Benieijiber we reserve not; a iut from this sale. Evervthin
in the Clothing line goes at 25 per cent, discount. It- makxs no
difference whether ym want a Fine Black, Clay Worsted Cheviot,-Fancy
Worsted, Tweed or Homespuu. The styles are in 4
Button Cutaway, Double arid Single -Breast Sack, most all this
season's goods. We also have about a hundred Suits that we
have carried over from one season to another, all good goods but
in broken sizes. If you can be fitted in these goods we have de
cided to clean them out at 33.1-3 off, and many at 50 per cent.
' j yj Muuu a uuujmci v-uao uiiu est i v iietiier it is a
DrapDette, Alpaca, Serge or Flannel, it makes Tk -difference;
25 per cent, discount. We must
Have the room, and everything goes . at tho above figures.
Every. Suit or Pair of Extra Pants and all Summer Clothing at
25 per cent., 33 1-3 and pO per cent, discount from regular sell
ing prices, . ! .
fe j sr
you mh go to
UtiL"f:.L jlAsheville Female Colle
ner meua, Aiiss Florence auieman. la Special Attractions. Matchless cli-
Miss Jennie Minweii nas returned at- fmate. Wonderful hwilth iWr( lk
ner and Mary A. Kincaid were married, ter a weeks visit toalisoury. (Jlightful homelife. Well ordered courses
and with the exception of a short period JUlsses cora and luia ratterson nave 'ot instruction. Thoroughly eouinned
atfct, made Their bom 'in T,? WS,JS.. Mn.Hi, ,!. tbecele.,-,,d
over since. There were born to them pv.inS!, ir;,.h s. hool. ('vnri-ss. s. i isIm; hl-h,,. : :
, , , ... . Tir .t j ,r I J I n 1 , .-"J 11UU3C 111 feCVl.ll
uluv. -tof tnirteeu cnuaren, live 01 wnora survive, viuuii; ins parents mis .weeK. iracres of shaded x w in thi hoMrt. nf
ran a nunurea aris irom uie oiasi, uui Tliere have also been thirtv-Lwo croud Miss Florence Klieman has returned beautiful t itv. liuoms finelv furnished
- 1 1- 1 . i c f .
to, nor uucie, iui . fcieata heating and sanitary plumbing
: 1 "7 . ... . . :i .."v. uo. iui? to a, uuc
suciunuuinuicu. We are u lad to note tnac master f.i,n I ,. mi.i:...tUm Q.,.wi r,
Airs. rJruner has been Jor several yeais l- rank rattcrson, wlio nas neeu coniined ilogue. Address Bev. James Atkins
among the oldest members of the First to Ms bed lor sometime with lever, is Asheville Female College, Asheville, N.C
Presbyterian church of Salisbury, having
the sun blinded him so that he drd not
see a large stone, which, coming down
for lf0 feet,' struck him on the head.
His skull was broken and his fingers
mashed into a jelly. '
Of all the mean and contemptible deeds
committed by a man who deals with the
public, we-think the meanest and most
eoutemntible of which we have heard
and get some of his bargains.
able to be out again.
become connected therewith in lb4y, aid , f . t)OSLomce hist Mondav
-- 1 n - "
her name for some -lime stood eighth on
Mr. J. M. Eddleraan wife and little
lately, was the action of Mr. Leo Schulz oeauty 01 nouues-s uy me wumui
in refusing to let even sick people have charge of home duties, rather tiiaa, uy
ice last. Sunday; and all lucau.se some one public and social activity. The care ot a
had reported him for sellimr whiskey and numerous family, as. well as a strong
beer on Sunday, for which li had been f home loving near
indic ted. We think that anv man ou-ht public and social lite. And yet.
tht mil. She was a consistent, faithful.
. i"l 1:. ,. I... K, A..ilifi Wu.l ' I
u 1 , C U 1 VP
uie iuuiui. uj 1 .
A lake of hoiling w,.ter,utu depth of
t, kepthermuch out of 2,200 feet in a Nevada nn.,P has In-en
1(111 IK I. Vilt UL I lie n i u 11" I t i v v..-
hike is that it is stocked with ti-li.
ud yet in her
i . i ii
t be content wih dealing out the vile wu home sue was hospitable, soctao.e,
. . . . . . 1 . .1.1 '.,.!).. C... .-t,, fV, vl'.iut fill .t I u'ji-c
s!u.Tsix;day.m a week, without dese- uuwuu1J.0uB.....u.(lUu1(.,..JU W. P. Drop, Druggist, Springfield,
cratinsr God's holv Sabbath in this i.ifa- planning and laboring for the happiness r .vYit.- '.Linanese Tile ('m-e has
mous trs.r.ic, and sending lus own and
birt cusioniers soul to hell in so doing
Mr. M. L. MisenUciiuer, of- Chestnut
Ilill had a very narrow escape
serious aiciiJent, if not death,
Timr-day. He is a carpenter and was
working with W. I). Watson, vh.o i
biiihfing a re.-idei ce forW. 1. Sumner
tbi-ee sn-iltis in thecotintrv. While work
ing on a scaffold about-twenty feet from
the ground, the .scafl'old broke and Mr.
Miaenheitiier was precipitated to, t.ie
earth, lie started head foremost, but
caught on some part of the scuti'ohl with
of those around her, and for herself, con- cured lady 7 years afflicted; could not
tent with whatever came, naturally and
spontaneously. She loved the church of
ter .lathers, and wniie health and siie;.gth
c-.ultiiueif was J'ound in htr place on me
Sabbath day. the loved her Bible, and
wasja the habit of reading it through in
Course, cue was loieraub o juuiuim
merriment and liveliness, and enjoyed
i ; l
tne presence ot young people in ncr
hoiue. one had tue open uauu oi cnaruy,
and manv v-ere the
doue for the poor
u-iilk u half mite in last 3 vears: lmw
walks any distance." Sold by Edwin and
Cuiii'ercil, Salisbury, N. C.
H iving bouglit the E. E. Phillips
ATinst ne Marries, L will continue to
furnish this well-known grit, for corn
aud wheat. Address, J. T. V Y ATT,
Salisbury, N. C.
I HE i!0fn Ui3, K3LlfJA
M I I 1
i ib uiiuir. cj
his hands while filling, but could not
hold on. This however changed his fm
sition u nd. caused him to fall partly upon
his feet.He was considerably biiied up,
and confined to J;is house for several
days, lie was able to walk around a lit
Several of the -citizens of the Wes
tern fcuburbs ot the city areanxious to
have the advantages of the city's splen
did water system. We learn from Mr,
A. L. Johnson that he and Mr. J. P
Lentz have started a project to raise by
private subscription funds sufficient to
lay the pipes and erect hydrants from
Mr.lt. P. liose in an 's residence to the
fork of the Charlotte and Liucointon
roads, at west end of Fulton street
This plan, if practicable, wouhL be o
very great advantage to that comtnuni
ly. Upou iuqinry we learn from one of
the officials of the Water Works Co
that they wMl lay tho pipes and erect the
hydrants in any nart of thecity if the
are assured of $40.00 rentage per hy
drant per year. At least two-thirds the
distance in this instance would be with
in the corporate limits, and as it "would
require at leat three hydrants to cover
the distance above given, two-thirds of
tho cost should be paid by the city if the
plan could be brought to maturity;-thus
leaving only about forty dollars to be
paid by private donations annually
T 1 . I I . 1 . ... . . . r ,
it u ueucve me aier v oiks k o. are
willing to give the citizens of West
Fulton street the water supply they
desire it they , will bind themselves to
pay the annual rentage necessary. Wil
thevtto.it; and will the city do her
Tetnt neo ivilh nni Itnihlinr. ni..l
"eprofeors present, and with little
uipment, it now has six buildings, fif
n profei.iorR and teachers, and a com
Me equipment in many technical lines,
"ir&duated its first class in June, but
"ce UJ of these young men stcp
14 into lucrative and responsible posi
0t18' Its announcement appears in
U K llumye has kindly fur- Mrs Mary A, Bruner,
.oed us an obituarv ariidp mi .i.ntn i- t. .... , ,
co!n .. .. . rocaoaut, nan a century ihe name o
SnZ' l , ltS' Mnry A- J-J"-Bruner wa8- familiar
Ullef, Alfe of the fillliulor ...rl fi..' lw,tJ i .
fcanw- . - ----- .u.,uiuworQin western Pvorth Carolina,
Wlil??' 'f0: PV 6 WATCHAX..!aud -PecWly in Itowan Countv, asahe
. 1 ' -' I'll BUU Ul
'caua exemplarj character, and will
vi . j tllliuicu uuu
name long to be loved
as a bouse
Western North Carolina
suitor of the Carolina Watchman
oui,oniy a lew of thoj-e who kuew the
i , ,
cu.Lur Knew the excellent woman who
presided over his household, preferring
Tn rl'tn.rV. l, 'it. .
HtciUd Mr. c v " . ; . 11 J,rt UI nome to any public recogne
audd; ;;;::.::,..--0 i,(gto make that homea
f.... m ncr aiuicted mot ur ae u it h i-i.r fni...
wtne-nustfpvvn- iu mnoanu and c hi dren
M'uoiiey, Years waaoMiiet.... i. ... rn, ....
'WHoiiiiii.uasi e, imee vtmn'mihA i,nri i 1. . ,
cnvkvmrii.., - I "ow.n.n imu iainer
W"f:tb5 f Wauy: friendsjwant to rest, and no the faithful wife
uiid mother has followed him. Marv A
Tlirf fm...i i.
.(.Li-iui wrvices weie
.1.. t .... - ... -
rcn ai pilM o'clock Tu
tn the First
f i it . t . . .
ta !.... v....n,us were
ee conveyed to Oak G
lay. evp,,;.... .. : - :rr
W:;, T"B wuen j,er
e and the
Wber d;, t p,awl to iTthe side
?f aeceastd busbaHd, . - ;
deeds of kindness
and suliering, which
uruner died at her home in this city on
Sahbafh, the 9th of July 18U3, in the C9tb
year of her age, in the triumphs of chris
tian fiith. Mrs. Bruner sprang f-om on,e
of the oldest families of Rowan County
the Braudons. I 1752 one ear before
the eouuly of Kowau was organized, Jcbn
were known only to those nearest to her
Oiih .f the consnicuous trails of her
. . -. ..it .....,..;
Ciiaracter was me ao.-5ei.ee ox uu ttusuu-
ousness. luven when others were ten
ured in her presence her instinct
irompted her touipologizc lor their con
duct, or make some good na.ured com
ment lhat turned aside the edge of the
Another peculiar trait was the absence
of aU complaint of hardship or suffering
for herself. .Nothing was -regarded as a
burden by her, that was possible for her
to do Or to bear. When, three years aj:o,
her husband was taken from her side,
she gave the tribute of loving tears, but
did uot bewail her lonely condition For
eight months before her death .she was
confined to her bed, but not once did she
complain of suffering, in the hearing of
the writer, or admit that she was uncom
fortable. F.veu in the last hours, when
the heart strings were snapping asunder,
aiid throes of dissolution extorted t he it.-
voluntary moan, she disclaimed all suf
fering. At the same time she confessed
an unwavering trust in Jesus Cnrist as
her Savior, and the absence of ull fear of
the tremendous change that was then so
near. And so calmly and hopefully she
nased into the eternal state to be tor
ever with the Lord. She loved her home,
she loved her family, she loved her
church and her SaYior, but cared noth-
for the fashions, the pomps and vanities
of the world. Hers was a busy, a full
life, until the infirmities of her last years
comnelled a period ot resttul ldleues:
and then she "was content to be idle and
gently wait the Master's call to come up
I I I I II Ml
Notes from the Crijan.
Our farmers are. through . laying by
their torn, have tluir wheat hauled in,
and are soon ready for the threshers; we
have some hustling farmers.
It is related of W. M. Beaver, that he
alwavs turns his stubble land before har
dest; be that as it may, we saw a reaper
and a plow running in the same held at
the same time. Upon inquiry we learn
ed there were a great many chintz bugs
in his held, and instead of letting them
spread over the country to destroy the
am he was utilizing thein as a fertilizer.
Rev. V. It. Brown, of Organ Church,
preached bis. seventh anniversary ser
mon last Sunday, in those seven years
he baptized 201 children, and 10 adults;
receivedlnto church by confirmation,
49 by certificate; performed the marriage
ceremony 46 times; preached 90 funeral;
and missed only one service on account
Rev.d3rown came to the charge a young
man just from the theological seminary
He soon won the , lovo of the entire
charge, and today we don't think he has
an enemy in the charge. May his life-be
spared many years.
' B.S. W. L.
Will beet n Its Fifth session Scptomter 7th, 1SC3
This college Is now well eqiupufa tor nsspi cua
wort. li:vitir txiensiTi; u uuu n" 'V ,V
carefully nurd up, LiHvir,';-rfK.'in. In nin al. i.f
tnnlcul and Horticultural Laboratories (Jrccuhouse
anil Jta rn. 4 , .
Tue teaclitii? force for ibe next year consists of
irt.ee!) men The two courses lea.l to ffr 'on lilo.:
in u'rteuttnr and In Mccuanlc.il ana Civil i-n-
Yours for Jl. B. Mutual Benefit)
a Tot a f coat a yer. Including Eoanl:
county st uJents,
For c italojrues, apply to
Bale of Ijancl
r.y virtue of ttie j ower contained in a mort
ptii-e (lei-it executed liv I'nrloa Colbert, to 1)
C. Clicsiier, ( now deceased), dated Ajiril -1th
iSitl. and duly i e.r'tered in the olhire ot'Refris
ter ot t.ecus ot iiowan c ui;ty m isook 8, page
aJ::, and default having been made la the pay
meat ot the debt secured hv said Tnortrage
deed, the uiidcr.-io-ued, as administrator ot the
id B.C. Chei,cr. deceaj'.d, will sell forcah
to the highest bidder at' the court house loor
in .Salisbury, liowan County, at 12 m., on 8at
ujday the TlnA day of July, IsOo, the tra-t of
Kr.tul disci ibed and conveyed in said'mortHge
deed, situated in scotch Irish township.
Uowjn Count v. and adjoining the lands of
Catharine Corzine. John Dry, John Fife, and
(t!n-rs, containing ''s acres more or less. This
the "Joth day of June, ls:i:t.
iScoTT Smoot. Administrator of IJ.
C. Chcsher, deceased.
Sign of Ited Flag.
See Watt's Shoes.
. Rev. O S. Stringfield . of Wakefield,
N. C, says: Five boxes - of, Japanese
Pile Cure; cured ;me after 32 ved'rs suffer
ing," Sold by I4win andCutherelLSaiis-
UALKKill. X- C
EQUIPMENT: Faculty of 25
ers. 11 Buildings', 7 scientific labora
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO
ibrary of 30,000 volumes, 3lb stmlents.
TN'STUUCriON. 5 general courses; G
brief courses; professional courses in law;
medicine, engineering and niieminij,
EXPENSES: Tuition, $00 per year.
Scholarships and J,oaus for tue neeu.
Chapel Hill, K. C.
A goml salesman in each town in
North Carolina and South Carolina, to
take th local agency for Cathriens,
Distance Bolt. Address for particu
lars, S. LiNUV. Uhiirlotte, N. C.
1 1 . a
teem awav almost !
Beginning on Satun1;;y, July 1st, we will make, the -greatest
specirwl hargain Sale ovt'i-made in this city. lf:j menft suits to
close oufat regardless of cost 15:. Thcso are all nico, desir
ahle goods. We offer tlicm at slatiirfitci in rices to clear out
this line. The reduction is from 25 per ct. to 'per ct. off.
SALESMEN". Energetic men wanted. Free
M-enaid out Jit. One of our agents has earned
over '.20.000 in five years. 1'.. O. Box IM,
! New York.
tir. w. W. McKENZIE
.iJ-vi " " - ' - (
Offers his professional services
citizens of Salisbury V . . h i
community. He can be found at 11 s
office up stairs over the post office oi at j
SALISBURY PRODUCE MARKET
Having qualified as executors of the
estate of Levi A. Deal, deceased., all per
sons owing said estate are hereby noti
fied to come and settle. And all persons
having claims against said estate must
present them to. the undersigned, duly
authenticated, .on or before the 9lh day
of June, lS'.M, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery.
Sarah J. Dial, )
ere Are Some Of The Bargains.
8.50 and 7.50
I 1) ?
(5.00. 5.00, 4.50.
Corrected u eclhj b!f J). 11. JuUan & Sons -
ElHTARD L. Flemixg,
June i, 1S93.
Butter, j -Beeswax,
E's, pr doe.
12h to 20
Off to 20
11 to 12
12 to 14
GO to 70
00 to 50
00 to 35
00 to 70
$1.7-") to 2.75
25 to 30
FCKEIGN MARKET REPORTS
From Clcpy 4" Co.y Banket and Broker,
These figures represent an average es
timate of ruling prices at the markets
named, up to Tuesday of each fj
Liverpool.-Cottou Brm at a decline
of 3 to 4 ioints, with quotatious for
future? small. Wheat dull and easier.
Bacon fairly active at 5.95 to 6.30 per cwt
New York. August Cotton ,.7; July
wheat 73c. ket steadier feel-
Chicago. tram marKti, -7,
in-than for several days ; wheat-67io
com 40c ; oats SSc ; pork 20.20 ; r;bs U.42,
.For lialaria, Lirer Trcu
ble'.orlndigestiouse BRQTO $ IEQN BITTERS
(eduction - m - j
' 8oi rfve- next 30 baip,
Mrs. -K7V. XI.. X3-AJnX3ZI3Xl.,
Will sell her large and attractive stock
of Milliner? at greatly reduced prices.
Excellent Bargains at Cost from her
largo stock of Infant's Caps. .Remember
these goods must be sold in the next 30
Call notice to tbe tact, taut tliy have removed
thu tm k tioiu their store rmira under fne Central
iiotr-i to their olr! H'oreon Fisher wreet. Weh,v
FORE GOODS tbaa vre caa mate room for'
aud In order to reduce onr stock will offer
for Uie next
THIRTY DAYS IN DRY GOODS.
ran nnd tee convinced that we can save you
monej by baytnK from us,
D'R. JULIAN & SON.
148 ChiMrens suits to close at i oc. to
250 pairs ot pants at same reduction. iMice
goods. Guaranteed lirst-class. Come quick
before they are gone.
SOBERS CLOTH NG
SSL1SBURV, H. c.
V'ou want p;ood, pure goods' at low prices, don't you ? Then go U
JULIUS EARNHARDT'S, .
where are kept PURE FRESH GROCERIES, such as Flour, gw d country
Hams, Potatoes (seed ad eating"), (.'abb ige, and everything ele jou wat
Alsll u new Hue of GOOD SHOES, which I am -offering-Very Cheap.
A full line of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS always kept in stock.
sTAttention, Farmers! I am now also selliig the
theup for cab, or on time. Call to ee"nw before buying elewher
JTLen Baby vras sick, ire paTe her Castorta.
TCben she waa a Child, she criod far CastorLv.
Then she became Miss, she crujij to Oastoria. - -,
"Whea she had CJittOren, sLe garethesi Cutoria
J. S. Troutmau.
T. J. Babe.
C. B. Webb.
WEBB, TROUTMAN & CO.
ry. .Salisbury Marble- Works. ,
i LAKOE VAElETy OF 5MRM.E OK HAXD TO SELECT FROM. -