of interest to
ALL OF OUR READERS.
Last Thursday night thieves en
tered the Empire St ire aud ca -ried
off a uimbdr, of article?,
among which were eight pair
Bhot-a. Entrance was made by us
ing a ladder to reach a second
story rear wind w which wag brok
en and raised. It is thonght the
gan consisted of thrr e . negroes
one a resisdent aud the others from
ai-Other plaie. Ooe chauged shoes
leaviug his old en s in the store
Officers hope to make arrests soon
J. N. ajax veil returned last
week from Washington, D. C.
where be had gone to attend the
meeting of the National Council
of the Daughters of Liberty. Mr .
Maxwell reports the oder in flue
condition, there being an increase
during the pist year of 2000 mem
bers. A motorcycle and an automo
bile collided on North Main
Street, near the car barn Thursday
nig lit ' Each wer slightly damag
ed. Mr. Miller of Franklin, who
was riding the motorcycle wa?
quite seriously injured.
Bill Bryant, an employee of the
Fowler Garage in Concord, was
arrested here labor day for using
the funds of the garage fr his
own purposes He was taken- tc
Concord, tried aud given ninety
days on the reads
R'iv. J. A. Linn is again occu
pying his houiH at Rockwell, but
is servijg the Lutheran Church at
Richfi-ld Rev. Linn's many
friends in Rwan are glad to have
him and his excellent family
The matfy friendi of Maj Gen.
O. W. Spencer have l;-)en greatly
rejoiced to confront his smiling
visage once more upon the streets
of Salisbury. Mr. Spncer ba&
been Oat West, scj turning at
Blowiug Rock and muuieing the
Gretn Park hote there. Mr.
Spencer is a popular hotelist and
having returned to his Empire iu
Salisbury at rapidly as he left,
will now continue to serye the
traveliug publick with all that is
good in his lins.
The woman's exchange will
open October l9t cn the second
floor of the Heilig Store room op
posite The Watchman office and
will be in charge of Mis9 Lily
Heilig. The membership fee wili
be $100. This should prove a val
uable aid to the ladies of the city
and orunty if taken advantage of.
C. P. Shopnig wants to buy
yiur produce and sell you gro
ceries. See bis advertisement in
Dr. R. H. Ellington, has just
opened an office on the fifth flsor
of the Grubb Buildiug for the
practice of dentistry. He is an
expert in bis line and is a splen
did young man He has a card
in The Watchman .
Balk-Harry Co., the enterpris
ipg and accommodating mer
chants, have ja't received large
shipments of fall and' winter
goods and are prepared to furnish
all comers with the latest and
best in dry goods, notions, mil
linery and ready to wear goods
for men, women and children.
See their advertisement in this
paper and give them a call.
W. C. Lisk, of Morgan Town
ship, now with the revenue service
was down about hie home place
lan week and Weduesday discov
ered a brandy -still in the well
house of Miles Holshouser of that
vie nity. Holshouser was charg
ed with distilling although the
still was no!) in operation.
Dr. W. W. McKenzie, who has
been at Atlantic City recuperat
ing, has returned to Salisbury
Dr. R. M. Eames celebrated
bis 84th birthday yesterday.
Republicans Name Dorset for Sheriff.
lhe republicans aDd progres
sives of Rowan held a convention
in tne new court house here Sat
urday.. The meeting was pretty
well attended and a very gcod
ticket was uamd. W. C. R)se, a
splendid citizen of the Enocbville
neighborhood, Atwell Township,
took the chair and requested E. EL
Beau, Esq., to act asvsecretary,
and this orgai ization was made
permanent. S. A Earnhardt, of
East Spencer, suggested that a
delegation be appointed to suggest
a ticket. This waB agreed to and
the convention then named the
iollowiug for county effisers:
Sheriff, J. D. Dorsett.
Register of Deeds, F. W. Pirie.
Coroner, Dr E. M. Suaimerell.
Treasurer, P. A. Peeler.
Surveyor, Thos. 8mith.
Senate, S. A Earnhardt.
House, John H. P r i ck a n d
Commissioners: H. L. Griswold,
Salisbury; C. M. Fisher, vGold
Hill; M. A. Stirewalt, China
Grope; James 8. Campbell, Scotch
Irish ; Livi Trexler, Morgan; A.
E. Miller, Franklin; John S.
F. W Pirie and Thos. Smith
have since declined to ac
cept. Some resolutions wre
cassed. but we have been unable
o ascdr tain tbeii purport,
B1M Tiiers anfl Ottos in Court.
Hotel Closed. '
' Recent ty J. F. Miller, Salit
bury's chief o! police, got th a co
operation of the city ' aldermen,
who made an appropriation for
special work, to assist in a clean
up of blind tigers and other
law breakers. He secured defec
tives and quite a list of thj iola
t is heve been arrested and tried,
some getting jiil sentences,' some
b-.iue fined and others were found
not guilty. Those
court were as follows:
Fred Oates, selling liquor, nol
pros; auother case for same of
fense, judgement suspended on
payment of cost; Joe Lee, same
charge, guilty, Qd days in jail,
d tics of appeal and bond fixed at
$200; Thus. Threadgill, plead
guilty to selling liquor and got 60
days; Dorse Neely, selling liquor,
guilty, 60 days; Otto Foreman
aud Ohas. Duuham. not guilty;
S. C. Miller, same oharge, 60 days,
appeal, bond $200; another case
against the same defendant was
nol pros; Ollean Thompson, sell
ing liquor, uot guilty; J Ed.
Smith, colored, same oharg, guil
ty, 60 days, notice cf appeal given
aud bond given at $200; Shenck
Doby, same oharge not guilty;
Claud Mclutuff, samo effense, not
guilty; Ed. Brcomfild, Belling
I q lor, guilty, 60 days, appeal,
bond $200; another case against
the s.me defendant was continu
A case which attracted much
attention, that against the propri
etors of the Southern Hotel, and j
if its employees, was tried Satur
day before Judge Kluttz. 'This
institution was merely charged i
with being a nuisance and the
prosecution was conducted by
Solictor K9rr Craige, while
Messrs R. Lee Wright aud A. H
Price appeared for the defense
About one hundred witnesses had
been subpoenaed for the prosecu
tion, only about half of whom
we're, called. Practically all who
were put on the stand pronounced
the reputation of the place as bad.
Th defense, Chas. Lentz, A. B.
C Kirk, Joe Lee, Lee Davis aud
Florence Black, offered evi
dence. After brief talks by the
attorneys, Judge K uttz placed a
blue of $100 each on Lentz and
K'.rk, proprietor!, and divided the
costs, which will run' up into - the
hundreds, between the proprietors
aud Lee Davis, the head porter
The others were found not guilty,
in addition to th) fines and costs
it was agreed that the said hotel
should CI033, which wasdoue.
ThiB place has been a most dis
reputable dive and was a menaoe
to the innocent traveling public,
som m )Bt ouirageous crimes are
reported to have been committed
there and it should have been
closed-year ago. The property
belongs to D. L Arey aud we un
derstand, he attempted to re-open
the place, bub was notified not to
do so .
ScbQQls OpEd Monday
The Salisbury public schools
opened Mouday morning for the
term of 1914-15 with an increased
attendance of 49 over last year,
there being 1109 present There were
270 at the Negro school, being 52
over the opening day last year.
In a tew days the schools will be
in regular running order acd the
number in attendance will likely
The teachers for the white grad
ed and high schools for the pres
ent session are as follows:
Mrs. T. E. Johnson, principal
primary department; Miss Lucile
Eihot, Mies Nell Johnson, Miss
Annie Bstian, Miss Carrie R b
erts, Miss Alma Ware, Miss Eli
nor Ramsay, Miss Nena DeBerry,
- J. O. Rodgers, principal of the
grammar school; Miss Mary
McKeuzie, Miss Virginia Jenkins,
Miss Sadie Kluttz, Miss Lucile
Linn, Miss Eitelle Crowell, Miss
Johnsie Coit,Miss Carrie Graeber,
Miss Mary Louise Thompson,
Miss Ruby Gray. Miss Sallie Lee
Oaks, Miss Elizabeth Nicolson,
J. A. Leicb, Jr., principal of
the high school: Miss Eleanor
Watson, Miss Jennie Sullivan,
Miss Claude (Jmstead, Miss Mary
K. Brown, Miss Minnie Littman.
Any information desired con
cerning the schools can be had by
inqniring of any of the teachers,
or bv calling on the superinten
dent, Prof. A.T. Allen.
The faculty of the Negro pub
lip school is composed of the fol
lowing: Prof. Louico Hamilton Hall,
principal; Rsv. J W. Hairston,
Hiss. Sallie Steveuson, Miss
Matbie Bryant, Miss Minnie Fitz
gerald, Miss Flora Bernhardt.
The Spencer public school also
opjeued Mondy with about 500
ouoils present, being an increase
over last year. rroi. so., j
i n m - r t
Barnes is principal and is quite
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The marriage of Miss If ertie 0.
Little of Newton; and James W.
Lyerly, of Salisbury, took place
at the noma of the bride last
Wedn9dav evening, Rev. J. A.
Palmer, of Lexington officiating.
After a short trip to Washington,
D. 0., and Virginia cities they
will make their home in Salis
bury. Mr. Lyerly is a splendid
young man and sn employee of
Peeler Grain and Provision Co .
The marriage of Miss Maude,
daughter of R Moore and William
Ira Maynard, of Salisbury, took
place at the home of the bride's
father, Reidsville, N. 0., last
Wednesday afternoon. The bride
is said to be a very popular and
acoompliihed young lady and Mr.
Maynard, who is conneoted with
the Maynard Bros. & Co., music
housa here is well and favorably
known. They have arrived in
Salisbury where they will make
Woik to Begin on
New School Building
The board of aldermen held a
meeting last Wednesday aud
practically decided on the plans
for a new school building to be
built on East.Innes Street on the
John A. Boyden home place.
Plans for the building submitted
by J. E. Crane, architect, were
gone ever and are said to have
been acoepted. It is thought the
work of grading, whioh will
probably be dona by the city will
begin October 1st, and it is hoped
work on the building will begin
as Boon as the grading is complete.
The building will be 80x63 and
two stories high with an English
basement making three floors.
The building is to be of brick
with granite trimmings and will
cost about $12,000.
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The. Second Presbjteriao Church.
There was quite an interesting
event at the Chestnut Hill Pres
byterian Church laBt Sunday af
ternoon when the name of the
ohuroh was changed to that of
the Second Presbyterian Churoh.
It was a very simplo affair yet a
commission was appointed by the
Concord Presbytery to see that it
was done in a legal manner. The
commission was composed of the
following: Dr. Byrou Clark.
Dr. J. M. Grier. Rev. C. E. Ray-
nol. Rev. 0. B. Heller. J.
Goodman and H. G. Tyson.
Rev. Clark presided as chairman
of the commission and a very ap
propriate sermon was preached by
Rev. J. M Grier of Concord.
This church haB just completed
a very handsome and substantial
edifice on a portion of the home
plaoe of the late Alfred Johns&&,
on south Fulton Street.
Mother of Eighteen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen
children and have the praise of
doing more work than any young
woman in my town," writes Mrs
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tles of Chamberlain's Tablets aud
anv now a well woman and weigh
168 pounds. I can eat anything
want to, and as much as I want
and feel better than I have at any
time in ten years. I refer to any
one in Boone Mill or vicinity and
they will vouch for what I say."
Chamberlain's Tablets are
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Will Mass Ab.ot Fort Maiz la Lorraine if
Not Preiiouslj Scattered.
London, Sept. 18,-9:25 p. m.
The battle on the Marne has
about comt to an end and al
though the Allied armies are keep
ing in touch with the retreating
Germans it is evident the latter
are taking up positions to stay the
northward advanoi of the British
ai d French . y .
General K luck's army has nude
a stand north of the Rivr Aisne
on a line marked by the forest of
L'Aigle and Ohaonne, while the
armies of Generals von Buelow
and von Hansen, the Duke of
Wurtembnrg and the Grown
Prince are falling back to straigh
ten out the front on which the
next big battle ib likely to be
Although the Germans have
been punished badly in their long
retreat and have lest many guns
and men, they maintain cohesion,
and, unless the French suoosed in
their attempt to get between the
army or sue crown rrinoe and
those operating west of him, Em
peror William's forces will present
a solid front when the time comes
for another clash which will be
fully as important as the recent
If the Germans can gain the
new position, it oners oetter op-,
portumties for defence than the
ground they have passed over the
last 10 days. Their right appa
rently extends as far west as St .
Qaentin, through a country inter
sected by rivers and streams that
will embarrass the attacking
The main German forces under
General von Buelow and von Han
sen, the Duke of Wurtemberg and
the Grown Prince stretch along
the river Aisne to the hills behind
Rheims and then north to Verdun
thus securing the roads and rail
ways running north from Bethel
to the Belgian frontier and east
ward to Luxemburg and Mets in
Thus by bringing the army
of the Crown Prince of Bavaria
more into line they will be cover
ed on one wing by their own for
tress of Metz.
Some mi'itary experts be'ieve
the Germans will offer their next
big resistence on the Mouse and
that another battle of Sedan will
be fought before many days.
Much must pass before this
takes plaoe, however. The Allies
at last repoit were keeping up a
keen pursuit with probably fresh
troops. The French left, .with
large oavalry foroes, some of which
are reported as far North as the
Belgian frontier, continues to
harass 1 he German right, while
British and French forces, which
gained passages over the Aisne two
days ago, now are somewhere be
tween that river and the River
Oise aud are trying to repeat, the
outflanking movement which they
carried out on the Ourcq last
Rheims has been reocoupied by
the Allies, but th reports make
uo mention or tne neignDoring
ortresses of Lafero and Laon, the
recapture of which should not be
difficult, as they are constructed
to reiist attack from the North,
and tin South front is relatively
On the French right the Ger
mans are falling back to Chateau
Salins, just across the Lorraine
order, which has been the scene
of so many skirmishes sinoe the
beginning of the war.
In Vosges and Alsaoe the sitna
tion remains unchanged, both
aides reserving all their strength
or the more critical contest in the
The Russians are said to be con
tinuing their success in Galicia
and Poland. The armies of Gen
eral Dankl, which had the Bupport
of some of German divisions, have
been driven back across the front
ier, which they orosssd while the
Russians were advancing on Lem-
berg, and now, according so retro
grad reports, are in the angle be
tween the rivers San and Vistula,
a trap into whioh Russian troops
had been trying for some days to
drive them. Their flanks are sup
ported by the fortresses of Cracow
Przemysl is being appreciated
by the Russian army wmcu cap
tured Lemberg and which now
will operate against the right wing
of Generals Dankl and von Aui
fenbere Meanwhile the Russian
army is free to move west toward
Thorn, Prussia, a town of some
27,000 inhabitants on the right
bank of the Vistula 26 mites
southeast of Bromberg, and Gen
eral Rennenkampff can look for
reinforcements for his army,
whioh had to fall baok with the
German advance in East Prussia.
The Russians won their victor
ies iu Galicia and Poland not only
because they had a superior force
but beoause, acoording to corres
pondents, their artillery was su
perior to that of the Austrians
and the Germans.
Petrograd hopes that when Gen
eral Rennenkampff gets his rein
forcements he can defeat the Ger
mans. Military men are anxious
to see how the Rutsians compare
as fighting men against the per
fectly trained Germans.
The Servians and Montenegrins,
aocording so a Rome dispatch, af
ter the capture of Vishegrad, Bos
ma, by the Servian! and of Fat
Mrs. Geo. W. Howefl, died at
her home on East Fisher Street,
Monday mrrn ng and the funeral
was held lrom the First Baptist
unuroh yesterday afternoon, Pas
tor C. A G. Thomas cfficiatire
Mrs Howell leaves a husband and
a small child.
All Salisbury and hundreds cf
friends throughout the State wili
regret to learn of the death of W.
0. Fraley, familiarly known as
"Ike,'' who died Sunday morning
at bis home, corner of Shaver and
Fisher Streets, after a month's ill
ness. The fnnersl was held Mon
day afternoon from St John's E.
L. Church, the service being con
dust by Dr. George H. Cox, who
was assisted by Dr. M. M. Einard
and Rev.G V.Viok The interment
was in Chestnut Hill Cemetery,
and the pall bearers were old Con
federate veterans, as follows:
John G. Heilig, A. Peeler, E. B
Weave, J. L. Holshouser, R. W.
Price, W. L. Kluttz. Surviving
are two sons and one daughter and
the wife Mr. Fraley was a na
tive of Salisbury and the only son
fo Benj F. and Sarah N. Fraley,
he being 75 years old last June.
Mr. Fraley was a pipe fitter and for
years was the only man in Salis
bury who put in gas fixtures for
the citizens, bis broth-r-inlaw
Samuel O. Linton, having, in
stalled the Salisbury gas plai t
and operated it until he left for
Charlotte. Mr Fraley was a Con
federate veteran, having been a
member of the Fourth Regiment.
Rowan Rifle Guards, whioh enter
ed service April 19th, 1861, and
was re-organizid May 80. 1861. as
Co K He was 8rd sergant and
was promoted to 1st sergant in
1862, and was wounded September
19th. 1864. W C. Ooughenour
was the captain of this company
and says that Mr. Fraley was a
splendid soldier and all agree
that he was a big hearted man.
patriotic citizen and a loyal
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oha, Bosnia, by the Montenegrins,
jcined foroes and are advanoing
along the entire front. All these
troops are veterans with long
fighting experience and are ex
pected to give a good account of
Besides invading Galioia, the
Russians are said to be operating
extensively in Bubowina, the chief
town of which, Czernowitz, they
occupied some weeks ago. It is
believed the intention of the Rus
sians ie to go as far as possible
south of the Carpathian Moun
tains, ana in case tne Allies are
suooessful, to demand a new fron
tier in that direction whsri the
war is over.
The Russian General Staff has
said nothing about the fighting in
East Prussia, except that the Rus
sians were compelled to withdraw
before superior forces. The Ger
mans, however, claim another big
victory for General Hindenburg's
army in the fighting whioh raged
for four days over the entire front.
They say the Russians lost heavi
ly, especially in the battle at
Lyck, nine miles north of the Rus
sian frontier, while the German
losses were inconsiderable.
Scattered British and German
foroes throughout Afrioa hava
been skirmishing wherever their
frontiers meet and the South Afri
can mounted rifles are reported, to
have just won a victory oyer the
Germans whom they are said to
have expelled from Ramaiusdrift
This may be the forerunner o
what may develop into a serious
battle. The 3ermans have
strong foroe in German West
Africa and already have threaten
ed tne ooraers or tne union o
South Afrioa. Therefore, Ger
mans who sympathised with the
Boers in their war against Grea
Britain bdou may be opposed by
the same Boors, who now are fight
ing for Great Britain.
From Berlin comes the report
that th) German cruiser Heia has
been sunk by a submarine boat
The Admit alty here has no co..
nrmacion or this and there is as
a . . .
mucn mystery about the caie as
surrounded the sinking of the Br
tish cruiser Pathfinder by a Ger
T M .a
man sunmarme. it the repor
should prove correct it would
seem that submarines of both
countries are making daring raids
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In the Superior
Rowan County S
Before the Clerk ;
In the matter of Third Creek Drain
Ueorge S. Shepherd, W. W. Shep
herd , Hannah Carr and her husband
Carr. Alary Ellis and her hus
band Ellis, George Phifer. Odes-
Phifer, Zelpha Phifer. and Annie
Jane Phifer, and others, defendants
The defendants above will take no
tice tha a special proceeding entitled
as above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Rowan County, be
fore the clerK, to establish a drainage
district including all the bottom lands
and overflowed lanas on Third Creek
Rowan County from the Iredell
County line to Graham's bridge, a dis
tance of about 4 miles, unler chapter
442 of the Public Laws of North Caro-
na of 1909, and the amendments
Said defendants and each of them
will take notice that they are required
to appear before the clerk or the Su
perior Court of Rowan County at his
office in Salisbury on the 12th day of
October, 1914, an 1 answer or demur to
the petition in this proceeding or the
petitioners will apply to the court for
the relief therein demanded.
This Septs mber 2nd , 1914 .
J. F. MoCpbbins,
9-4t Clerk Superior Court.
St Pail Defeats Faith
Faith and St. Paul's base ball
teams crossed bats on St . Paul's
grounds Saturday September 12th.
his being the deoidirg game of
tbe season it was the earnest de
sire of both to win. But Faith
went to the extreme and seoretly
hired the first team's pitcher of
Granite Quarry and intended to
put St. Paul's to the bottom.
Faith entered the grounds in
nil glee and filled the air with
bantering yells for the game.
But she left with her feathers
dropped her flags lowered, her
boisterous spirit was hushed and.
we don't blame her, for the score
was 5 to 6 in favor of St. Paul.
To Mi Schools of Rowan.
It is very inmportant that the
County Sohool Association have
the name and address of the Su
perintendent of every Sunday
school in the county. Would like
to have, too, the name and ad
dress of the secretary. Will the
schools kindly furnish this infor
mation to me within the next few
J. F. Hurley,
Sec. County Asso.
Salisbury, N. G.
Beef and Milk A-plenty
Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef pro
duction and for milk production. To do either right
they must be healthy. There is nothing better to
keep them in continued good health, or to make
them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of
Stirs up the liver Drives
disease poisons away.
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O We handle a full line of all kinds of field and gar-
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THE NORTH CAROLINA
College of Agriculture
And Mechanic Arts
This State Industrial Oollem I
offers strong courses in Agricul-,
ture. Horticulture, Stock-rais
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ary Medicine; in Civil Electrical
Engineering: in Chemistry and1
Dyeing ; in Cotton Manufactur
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j; acuity or ei men ; 738 students :
25 buildings; excellent equip-1
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Superintendents conduct en-1
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B. B. OWEN, RsffUtrar,
-24-14tpd Wast Raleigh. N. C
. and Trust Co.
Salisbury, ff. C.
NSXT TO COURT HOUSB
Will pay you 4 per cent on
your deposits and compound
tne interest quarterly.
lms is a Big Bank, why uot
open an account with us!
Peopes' National Bank
Salisbury, N. .
Does General Banking: Business
WE PAY FOUR PER CENT on time de
posits, interest payable every 8 months
Prompt attemon given to any busi
ness entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
Peoples National Bank
John S. Henderson, J. D. Norwood,
S resident. cashier.
W. T. Busby,
V-rretident. Asst. cashier
FOR SALE 1
One $50 Gas Eange,
Price - - $16.00
One $30 Baby Car
riage, (English Per
ambulator) Price - - $5.00
Apply at 220, South Ellis
Notice to Creditors.
Haying qualified as administrator of
the estate of Harvey A. A. Kluttz,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the said decedent to
file an itemized verified statement of
same with the undersigned on or be
fore the 21st day of August, 1915, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. Persons indebted to
said estate are notified to make prompt
This August 21st, 1914.
Z. A. Kluttz, Adm'r.
of H. A. A. Kluttz.
Theo. F. Kluttz, Att'y. 8-26-6t-pd.
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qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for Becunnepatents.
Patents taken tbroneh Munn a Co. reoalye
special notice, without charge. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. TjutreBt cir
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, 3 a
year; four months, SL. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.3618"' New York
Branch Office. V Bt Washington. IX C
Corrected weekly by D M. Miller & Son
Bacon, sides per ft , 16 to 17.
shoulders, per u, 16 to 17 .
ham, per 20 to 22.
round, per & , 15 to 17.
Butter, choice yellow, 20 to 25
Chickens, per lb, 10 to 12.
Ducks, 20 to 30.
Guineas, 25 to 30.
Eggs, per doz, 28. to 30.
Corn, per bushel, $1.15 to 1.20
Flour, straight, per sac, $3.00
" pat, $3.25 to 3.50
Hay. per. hundred lbs, .75, average.
Honey, per lb, 18 to 20,
Lard, N. O., per lb, 12 to 14.
Meal, bolted, per bu. 1.20
Oats, per bu, 60 to 70
Potatoes, 'Irish, per bu, 85 to 90
Wheat per bush. 1.30 to $1,35
Onions, $1.50 to 1.60
Bye, per bushel, $1.15
Turkeys 15c per lb.
Geese, 12)e per lb.
Anytime any ofmr cat
tle get anything wrong
with them I give them s
few doses of B e e D e
They soon get wcU.
Johll S. CarroO,
25c, 50c and $1. per
At your dealer's.