THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER, DECEMBER 8,, 1886.
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High Point Classical Institute.
BETTER TIMES JUST AHEAD'
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& BE OWN,
WINSTON, N. C.
-CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK -
Sell at Bottom Prices and Appreciate your Trade.
We have recently doubled the capacity of our Store Room by making an open
ing into the adjoining Store. This arrangement makes our Store 49x90 feet, and
with Basements and "Warehouse gives us every facility for displaying and handling
our Large Stock. We have the
BEST ARRANGED HARDWARE STORE
in this section, and can now wait upon our Customers with greater ease and dis
Our Stock shall be kept up to our full capacity, and we will maintain our repn-
tion for keeping
A SCHOOL OF HIGH GRADE
FOR BOTH SEXES.
FIVE COURSES OF STUDY. Teach
ers' and Commercial Courses are
specialties. Tuition $1.50 to $4.00 per
month. Music $3.00.
Board in private families $8.00 to
$10.00; in clubs. $4.00 to $0.00.
Next session begins August 23, 1886,
For Catalogues, Circulars or Monitors,
address S. H. THOMPSON,
Principal. High Point, N. C.
Wake forest CoUe&e.
nn:1( .irfe iTCTTf 4 PS! 1! ar n. W
WITH A FACULTY OF NINE
Professors, with an Invested En
dowment of $100,000, with large and
convenient Buildings, with a central and
healthful Location, with a Library of
8,000 volumes, with Appliances for teach
ing the sciences, with a well equipped
Gymnasium, with two Literary Societies
of great efficacy, with a system of Discip
line which allows perfect liberty but no
license invites the patronage of the
young men of .North Carolina.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPT. 1st;
SPRING TERM, .IAN. 15th.
Tuition per Term of five month,....$30 00
Incidental Fee, 3 00
Library Fee, 2 00
Room (unfurnished) for each occu
pant, per Term, 3 00
For special information, or catalogues,
address R ev. C. E. T A Y LOR,
23 till sept. 1 . Wake Forest, N. C.
And the undersigned intends to do all in his power to hasten it and keep it m j
He is now receiving and opening, the largest and best selected stock of gjJT
has ever had, and as heretofore win sen mem iu iuw a uie lowest, indeed
HE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
And he is determined to supply his rapidly growing trade with the
BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
In the Grocery Department will be found Molasses, Sugars, Coffees, I,anl ('..
Syrups, Fish and a full line of Fancy Groceries,
Dry Goods a full line: Hats, Boots, Shoes, Wood and Willow-ware, (ilass-wai
Drugs, Spices, &c, &c. Call for what you want and you shall have it. ' '
Agent for the celebrated
WHEAT FERTILIZERS : Pacific Guano and Dissolved
These Fertilizers have given universal satisfaction and are sold cheap.
All kinds of Country Prodnce bought at best market prices.
He appreciates most highly the substantial patronage which lie 1ms received
and hopes to merit a full share of it in the future by close attention to business and
to the interest of his customers.
His stock will be kept full with constant supplies of fresh, new goods.
Polite attention , fair dealing and short profits, is his motto. Don't fail to, give him a
ID. &. FLEID,
31-ly. 1 , Main Street, Winston, X. C.
SERGEANT MANUFACTURING CO.
Greensboro. T. O.
FARRAR TURBINE WATER WHEEL
COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
Saw Mills, Cane Mill?, Horse Powers,
Plows, Straw Cutters, Andirons,
And Castings of Every Description.
Send for Price-List.
IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA.
We beg to call attention to the following leading Divisions or Departments o
our business :
Here will be found everything for the BUILDER AND MECHANIC, both in
Tools and Material, and a varied Assortment Jor evertbody.
In this Department we have met with great success ; in 1885 our sales reaching
in the aggregate NEARLY FOUR CAR LOADS, the House Keeper looking
for a Stove unexcelled in Baking qualities, and to te "a jov torever," will find here
the thing sought for, and a LARGER LINE OF STOVES "than any house display
In one or two weeks we shall offer for BOTTOM PRICES 75 Clipper Plows, 100
Farmers' Friend Plows, 125 Single and Double Stock Plows, also 30,000 Black
Steel Plows, (our own Shapes.) Of Handled and Eyed Hoes we will have from 100
to loO Dozen, of best quality. Also lull lines ot fepades, Shovels, rorks, Mattocks,
Scythes, Straw Cutters, Corn Shelters, Reapers, Mowers and Threshers.
We have engaged the services of an experienced Harness Maker, and will man
ufacture everything in that line. Will cany a full stock of Saddles, Wagon and
Buggy Harness, Leather, Trimmings, Buckles, Bits, Hames. fec, &c.
PAINTS, OILS, &C,
We carry Lewis' White Lead, Lucas' Ready Mixed Paints, Best Grade of Colors,
Linseed Oils, &c.
This Department is under the management ol
Mr. JNO. I. NISSEN. We are prepared to give
favorable terms and prices on every kind of
Machinery, Mill Supplies, Wrought Pipe, Belting,
We have recently put up in Farmington, Davie
County, a 50 Horse Boiler and 35 Horse Engine
and other Machinery, making one of the lareest
k and finest Planing and Saw Mills in this vicinity.
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- - vqj- .rians ana esiimaies given at any time.
J Wr?f frtf "Prions otirl fSivnlofa liofni-n Viiitmy..
Best of references given as regards the efficiency
of our Machineiy. .
BROWN, ROGERS & GO,
MX i.mi -5 s 91 X Best
STOP RAISING TOBACCO!
-AND BUY THE-
In the United States from
B. R. CRAWFORD.
A CAR LOAD OF McSIIERBV
Drills and a few Meadow King j
Mowing Machines to dispose of at
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
TO SUIT OU H OUST03IEltS.
JCReniember also that our
including TOBACCO FLUES.
line of GENERAL HARD WARE is always full and complete,
WINSTON, N. C. 1 Winston, N. C, Sept. 2nd, 1886:
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y H O O L. BOOK
USED IN N ORTH CAR OL1N A .
JlNY gjOOJC YOU Wj3JVZ OF A JSTTT JZTJTD, will be sent
post-paid, to a.n.y a.d.cliess on. receipt of Jie . - , .
RESPECT THE DEAD !
AND CALL ON-
FOR MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
Satisfaction Guaranteed and Prices Made to Suit the Hard Times.
; : ' DESIGNS MAILED PJiEE.-a
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