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THURSDAY. MAliCI I 1:
Theniark after your name shows
tjiat ypur suWrinli m lias expired mid
U an invitation to mn-w; ;
I ,What is the Cause?
I PAn1n nm- "woiii.ler.iii2 why
courts are finished so oon. . In ; -counties
where it required one and two
weeks to fin isli '-the. business a few
. jar3 pg", from one to th
jiowr sufficient. Our only solution is
:.hat the Alliance has diffused jntelH-
gtHce, our people are letter socially
; tad morally. ".Hence : litigation has
iwarljr ceased. -Most of the trials now
- nra for larceny and now and their for
i assault and hattery. . Our people ought
to do. (if ill better; but say what you
jdeaaej the Allianee hasiiot been a
failure. It is a woiuhrful power for
jgoed or for evil. - :
- Th3 National Council,
i . Some people claim that the Alliance
i 43 agnin the jiierchants of the eoun
, try. Yet "the National 'Legislative
? Council agree., that the merchants i:re
neexling ood. legislative action as bad-
jis the farmers. So-far as we k now
there is, fit present, -no general ,rau?e
or a conflict "between the two classes.
. Individual merchants and individual
-- nlliuncemen in;ty-disagree, but our or
ganization does not authorize the tear
ing down of any honorable'- business,
Mid allure bound to admit that the
mercantile business is as honorable as
( any other Avheu properly conducted.
J ; Former legislatures studied' to pro
ject the negro; the one of 1S91 looked
'' after th interest of tlippossum. The
sweet. "later" will probably be eonsid
f erd by the next Assembly.
Alliance F. 2 forms.
The council of the Farmers' Alliance
- and Industrial Union recently, m ses-
sion at Wrtshington, D. C, adopted a
iesolution looking to the betterment of
the agricultural iudustry of the-country.,
j TJiVresoluition is i s follows:
-', . VVjhereas, of the three great indus-
'tries of the United 'States the
cultunil, the comunercial and the,man--L'uf&cturing
- the firt two a:e in a most
-depressed state. Tdlerefore,' with a
'view to the betterment of iheir coiidi
' lion, 'be it '
lleKolved, That the legislative com
: inittfe of th jN'ritionnl Farmers' Alli
ance and lndtistrirvl Union be requested
'to prepare a- bill for presentation to the
'present or following Congress contain
ing a pfqvrnon that all vessels built,"
-owircd a!nd manned by citizens of the
United States that1 carrv' full outgoing
cargoes,- to be determined by the ton
nage of the vessel, tw-o-thirds at least of
Svhieh, dall consi t of home agrieul-
tural prcnlucts, shall be allowed to en
'tr and discharge their returning car
Voe providtiig siid CHrgo's' shall eo:i-
sist flf ruannf.tetured products, at anv
'part of the United States, free of ajl
"custom duty. That we are persuaded
that uch u measure projerlv carried
'on'tJii detail y ill not only build up the
shipping interests of the country, but
result in creating a foreign market for
the surplus agricultural products of the
United States. ; '
The president of the State Alliance
.Louisiana introduced a resolution,
5 wiich ivas adopted, urging Congress to
njact a law in accordance with the
!; A0(iala .conference, in oppositioi to the
Louisiana State Lottery.
" TheirepoiJ;)f theqommitteeon plans
.was; also submitted. In addition to the
Various AlliSncerganizations already
in extsteuceit contemplittes'thefornia
tioii of cangression.al district Alliances
in each Scute and Territory where ""the
organization flourishes.. E.te'o con-
gressiynal .district is to have a lecturer.
m s t I
'i'he-Stute legislati've committee is here-
nfUr todje composed of the State preU
rilehts, Shite executive board, State lec
j .ttircr and lecturers of each cohgres
ji.nid district. The .centres: ionan,'
'jslatjve comtuitfee is to consist of the
presidetvt ot tle cohjrressional' district
AUitrice, its heturer and the president
:o"f each' county Alliance. The county
. h'slative council is to be composed of
tfi county president and the president
of.vach salKirdrjmte Alliance.
iThe committee on plans also reported
vajvs'utiri, which was passed, iu
, Mructi!! the president ot the council
A.to appoint a natinml, l?islutive sub
; i "comiuiree of three Inembers to formu
(jlate the bills to be presented to Con
j gress.in accordance with' - he Ocala
. ...r-ei,.... i m-u- uemaiius included the.'
and the with re-pee t to the L .nisi
an i Lotte y; This suh-c-iiuniittee ami
-T--'s.v,vv,.ii r: i,i :;ici
its acti'ofi .ytll le rex uLd as the action
of the vioJe council.
'Th commith-e was npp unted a
.follow: .C d. -P,.ik, ,f orth Caro
rofe' of Michigan, and
Mr. W. S. IfiH, of Missofj:-;.
ie iiflm,red .elorrs:in f co'nes of each
..ijgno.isn.Mi or nitiab-couimiitec
are o o p.Tiuie t tor tli-Dibui son ah f,g
3 1 1 -. A 1 1 i li iv e ;o rg o i i L 1 1 x o i j s t h r o 1 1 g u , it
. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER j
Senator Pattigrew-Tho Administra
" is -Tired-Allianca-.Con--v
Cor. of tbe Watchman. "
Washington, March 9, 1891. Sen
ator Fettigrew, who at one bound ob
tained a national notoriety last fall, by
reason of his 'being one of Ilia three
repu.blic.virsenalors that vqfed against
the McKiuley tariff Lill, has some very
decided opinions on t!;e question of
Canadian reciprocity, which he dues
n )t. hesitate to proclaim. . He said: 1:1
was very much interested in the Cana
dian elections, and I am very much
pfeaeiWo know ta:it,.lhe ehservativts
are. on top. Win ? ' JJeCause their
success settUs f'r siiine time to come
all prospects of reciprocity with Can
ada. 1 am opposed to ree'pio. ify ith
(Canada because it would make every
'Canadian farmer a competitor on even
tvrnis with American agricidtnrit ufi
along1 the bordt-r. What kind of a
trade would it be for us to give them a
mark.it oi 01,000,000 of people in re
turn for an rpportunity t) sell- goods
to o.000,000 f.eop'e? " If reciprocity
was in operation Fngland would inove
her factories to Canada and enjoy all of
Llie advantages withont carrying any
of 'the burden. If Canada, desires an-nex-'tiou
we will aecommo'date her,
but the ..people -of the Coifed States
don't want, reciprocity wirefe the bal
ance is so tremendously on the ther
Queer packages' are constantly ping
received at the government d'part
tnrmts; but a rjueeivr or more gruesome
one than that containing what pur
ported to be the ashes of a Un ion, sol
dier, soml1 scraps -of a blanket, brass
buttons of the uniform and a battered
buHet, whicli several days ago came
through the mail from Vicksburg.
Miss., is not "remembered. It was sent
to the war department under the mis
taken impression tiit the sender would
be entitled, to a reward-of b5V
Mr. Blaise is fhe proud possessor of
a testimonial endorsing tlie reciprocity
treaty with Brazil and hoping that
similar ones may be negotiated with
other South American countries, which
is signed by more thai1 200 New York
n i e re h a n t s a ml i u i po r te rs, ' i;e p re so a t i n g
an h vi syed cpital of more lhan 00,
000,000." - . .
The -adm'uistratioa - seems disposed
-to -take a little rest after theT long tug
witli Congress. Mr. Harrison has
gone to Maryland to-shoot wild ducks.
Secretary Foster has gone" (some, and
Secretary Proetor has gone down
South, while a lwge number of the
more or less.distinguished jurists and
patriots who are willing to serve their
beloved cour.trv as. judges of tl;e
utnvly-ereatwl' United States Circuit
Court, are left to cool their heels in
Washington hotels, and boarding
houses - until the president re! urns.
ri;ere arf nine of these judgc-j to l;e
apjtointed, and tlfe number of appli
cants and that are not all republi-
cans is -mi can v verv lame, arr- is
daily, I might say hourly, increasing. ,
Commissibner of Indian Affairs Mo?-g.irf-is
out in a long and somewhat
labored argument against disarming the
Indians that will certainly 'make him
unpopular with tr.o.-t of the whites
living in the Indian country. " II iv
is" "what seems to be an uncallel-for
reflection upon th- -'whites of Sou'.h
Dakt.ta, whose -g.nevnor had asked -for
the disarmnig fd the- Indians in that
State: ''Should the arms they now
possess be forcibly taken from them,
there is nothing either in the law or in
the habits of the people surrounding
them to prevent- them from aiming
themselves anew at the earliest oppor
tunity by. purchasing from the whites
r.llthe arms and auan unit ion which
they are able to pay for."
An oliicial turner has been issued by
the- war- department authorizing the
enlistment of not morevthau 2,000
Indians in the regit!-, r arm v.
Since Congress adjourned the Alli
ance senators ahd representations are
devoting tlieir time ;ind attention to
becoming acquainted with the riethods
of transacting business-in the execu
tive departments -of the gorernmeut,
aniFl shall be greatly surprised if some
of the present red tape how-not-to-do
.business methods do not get a com
plete showing up in the next Congress.
These Alliance m-n are investigating
in tba right war. Tney are Liting
thp departments with their eves and
ears open, without ma-kmg themselves
ollicially known, which gives thera an
opporl unity' of learn ing bv actual per
sonal experience tin difference with
which the' average department oliicial
uiuiii u v ci likens afici conrress-
men, a ftjlierence wiucli
knows, because of
his-aiixiety to have everybody he meets
Know his oiliciai position, i.
Postofnce department officials, ex
press themselves as well pleased with
the experimental free delivery- service
which is now being tried in thirty
villages and small towns and- which is
to extended to twelve nijore the first
.of April,' and they predict that ths re
sult wiH be sp satisfactory that Con
gress will provide for it's permanent
maintenance all over the country.
The celebration oi the patent cen
tennial.-which is to be held here in
,m iV.,,-,;. n uG , - t. ,
will be larg;eiv attended.
nas just leisfcf J out that t!e lodv
vi Liy ma Abbott, tl.-e celebrated ae -
tress, was cremated at .Pittsbum,
, on tne 1 nil ot i eoruary. bhe died in
I Hon. Joiiis "M. -Palmeu whs -elect. d
? United States Suiator from Illinois
jy -snM Uay. li .vreV eived 101 demogmt-
iv- votes aud t wd F. M, A. votw. j
Cabarrus County as Seen by The. Con
31 r. T. J.i Jerome ia.s married last
Tuesday morning in Albemarle to, Miss
tJoraJdanghTer of Joliiji O. Ross, Esq.,
Ilev. V. E. Stacey oMqiiating.
new Presbyterian 'church lias been
built at Newell's Station, and Uev. J. G.
Anderson of Rocky itiver will" preach
there twice in each moiith.
Daniel Hauler' L. C. iWaiter and and
T. L. .Suther, of No. 5, killed 50 robhifis
in one tree last Saturday. Later in the
evening E. C Huther tilled two in the
Plantation bells are one of the new in
troductions in (iilnmus county:
Messrs. Jim and Haiiip. LJlackwelder
"both 'ring up tlrcir hands instead of blow
ing 'em up.
Zir. Aichey White, tf Flows, went
down to Ciuirlottc ThiiJ-wlaj' to have his
eye tieated by Dr. ;njduini, About two
years ago he got a gravel in his eye and
It is -now giving him trouble.
Dr. Juo. II. Jenkins-(familiarly known
as '"Dr, Griswold.V of Flows, is now in
South Carolina, and has .sued the Colum
bia. and Greenville railroad for i,000
dumages for an arm he got inaj-hed in a
wreck. His lawyers says he has a good
case. ! -
31'iss Nina Anderson, ia channing.young
iady and one of a high type of Chris
tian womanhood, died ht the home other
brother, Rev. J. (J. Aidler.on at Rocky
River church, la-t Monday night. She
was a native of Virginia.
Mr. Mouses Linker got his foot seriously
uwshed last week by a jailing timber at
a baru raising at Wm. Holland's. Mr.
Linker could not keep work going on
even if llie weather was good his son,
is maiu help, has a felon on his hand.
Rev. IL W. Bays, of the Methodist
church, is preaching a series of sermons
on the New Birth. ls sermon last Sun
day was on the neeeepsity of the new
birth; on next Sunday it will be on the
nature, and the Sunday following, ou the
evidence of the same. j
Mr. Ib-antly SaundeH lives down in No.
S township and it is sale to say that the
ronibiiied weights of the members will
aggregate more than any other fami'-y in
North Carolina. He and his wife, to
gether weigh 4i0 pound's; four sons weigh
070 pound.-; and four daughters pull itiie
scales to 815.
W. C. DeJarnette say she was halted
on his way home last Saturday night, on
the bill beyond the depot, by two uiu
known negroes. He to'd them his name,
and they looked at each other a few sec
onds in silence, then, walked on. Mr.
DeJarnettttthiuks they mistook him for
Jay Gould, and wanted to "make a
' On the night of the 26th of February,
Mr. Yv. L. Eagle, who lives in No.o, had.
his barn burned and wjth it all of his
provender, two -horses,1 one cow, a wagon
and a buggy. The loss "a serious one
to Mr. Eagle. This is tbe second loss by
lire that he has sustained in the last
few years, his dwelling house with all
its contents liaving been burned about
three years ago.
t.ii: itKrvm.ioAN TKi.i.j i r.
Poles for the telephone- system have
Tobacco shipments the past week, 107,
The Carpenters' Union of Vinton
Salem, has a iiKnihershipof over 100.
Salem retains a trustee in the Stato
University by the rc-eleJetiou of Mr. J.
Mr. R. J.' Reynolds speaks ot erecting
tlir tobacco factory of the South this
summer. One order alone has been giv
en for one million brick .i
As usual Winston's - revenue collec
tions the. past week were $ll,S2.Sf:
Danville's 8,608.-17. .Shipments Win
ston, 1!7.00S Danville, 1-1:,474A.
During the month of February,. Win
stmi's tobacco shipment aggregated S20,-o-lU.pounds,
while the. revenue collec
tions stand at $li.L'3.GG,
The work of macadamizing around the
passenger depot of the R. & 1). R. R. is
substantially done. It is a good begin
ning. Maybe that tine depot building
will follow next. There is nothing like
a good start.
The Lexington Dispatch Declares Such
- as This Hews.
(rem J. M. Loach is in vcr
health, with no prospcetof recovery.
Bisliop Ijytnan,of the Ppiscopal chu'rch,
has an appointment to hold .services in
Lexington, on Wednesday evening, April
1st. . ;
Four members were received intd the
Methodist church last Sunday ou profes
sion -of faith. Fifty-five have been re
ceived since the Fife meeting, forty-three
by profession and twelve by certificate.
There were twomarrigos in Tyro town
ship last week. Mr. William Wilson and
Miss Matt-io Davis, both deaf mute, were
married on Thursday. Mr. Robert Nance
and Miss rannie binder were married on
feu n day. . .
Some unknown person having more
love for meat than fear of the law, broke
into the smoke house of Rev. -M. W.
Doyles last Thursday night, and took
therefrom two hams. A search for the
missinu bacon proved fruitless as a wild
goose chase. f
China Grove Darts.
Peacock & Barrier are sp.i)iing the
refuse timber from their shuttle block
factory to Salisbury to be used for
ReVf-Paul .Rarringer and family are in
MtFleasant tlws week visiting his father-in-law,
Mr. Edmond Foil, who has
been quite sick.
C. II. Bnincr, Esq., tells us that his
horse which was taken from his stable
two weeks ago came home last week.
The horse had been ridden tor twenty or
thirty miles and turned lodse.
Tlie marriage of Miss Georgia ('line
ami Chas. I). Rostian is announced for
i Sunday morn n
Sunday morning after services at New
CorresjKn.lor.co of the Wtelipt.-ui.
Rev. Mr. Crouk prc-achl'd ids first ser
mon last Se.ndav. The weather beintr
; soT):ul there was not a very large crowd
! out, teat uie sermon was appreciated ny
4i 11 liit linorjl it
i Rev. C. L. T. Fisher, will preach at
Salem the lourth Sunday in this month.
Prof. L. W. Reaver's teehorol at Salem
closed last Wednesdav. !
Messrs. Safi-it & Gaithor, who have
, rente? USt nil,, 1110 Moing w:
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta,'
Th3 Mocksville Tjines Telh Some
Richard C-lingman and familjT, of
Farmington, jiave moved" to Winston.
Mr. Clinjiniijtt will be connected with the
new Alliance Tobaeco Warehouse.
The old building adjoining E.E.lIuntV
store ha? been sold to the colored, people,
who will ultilize it for a school build
ing. It will be removed at once.
We regret to learn of the death of Mr.
Chas J. Anderson, one of our mo?!
worthy citizens, which cceured at his
home in Calahan township on last Sun
Fire was discovered in the upper story
of Augusta Seminary on lnt Monday
iught but it was put out before much
damage was done. Origin of the lire
Th.3 News About Yost.
Corrrspon Jt-iicc-of lhe Watcliman.
The "crow scalp"' was taken up in the
neighborhood on the l!Slh ult. scalps from
crows, hawks and weevils to the number
of 41 were reported.
From the report in the Watchman'
about the number of eggs that parties
have sold it seems that a well conducted
poltry yard pays well.
We have $"i0 worth of goods in oi r
Alliance store and expect to add
'Mrs. Matilda Beaver, of this neighbor
hood has been quite sick.
Mr. Ei Frank Rogers killed a wild
goose on his place a few days ago that
weighed ten pounds net. J. A. Y.
March 11th, 1SD1.
Xotes From Faith.
Correspon Icru e of the Wat.-hn.au. .
The store at Faith, run by a stock
company with a cash capital of $500 dol
lars is doing a very good business.
The .Young Men's Christian Associa
tion holds prayer-meeting every two
weeks at Friok's school house.
Debates every Tuesday night at Frick's
Rev. M. L. Lyerly will have a school
exhibition at Frick's school house at the
close of his s-chool, Saturday the 1 -1th of
The South is growing. All the gran
ite men along the granite belt are crowd
ed with work.
II r. Adam Earnhart is sinking a shaft
for minerals on his hind. Prospects
A Good Suggestion.
i ne (. harlotte J ciiiocrit! makes a tune-i
!y suggestion. It says:
If the continued present bad spell of
weather is anything in its bearing on
that of the future, we would urge upon
our country readers, the necessity of con
sidering well as to when to begin plant
ing, and to give a careful review- ot sev
eral seasons atro. when such continued
storms prevailed. There are many who
say. "Had I thought so and so, I should
have done so and so.
a 1 1 1
now is l i;c .
time to consider the possibility of a mid
summer drought, and how it can be.-t la
lessened in its daniauin ell'ects. W'c are !
not sti ,est in:; any plan by wliieh we j
think you can get a biir acreage ofcoiU n i
placating natnral laws, 1-aL we waai !
you to start ou toe ti. inking line hat '
will be llie U si human ageiu-y to en;
to avert tho tarealening calamitv
at times i'
diow.s ;i long, dry and pare
The Allianee orator
wo i a-1 - i
dress I lie people of
follows : .
i'ilaion. .'.i.'.i.i i.. ,
Keti;i! il'.e. i ec.iay.
limiiv, V. ft.lnes. ia'.
'i'.iwn ("l et'l;. l-'i ,
WU'aev iile, Sji ea-.i.i y,
Klr.aieicn. .'!on:;.y ,
I.uin !- : t'ia. '! 'it s,l.i ,
Sarif.ii'rl, 'W-l!ier!-iy .
V ' eltcv., 'i ! 'n- .v hi ,
Miina. S.,U;m! ,y.
KtH-ki ;i'.c1;-.i, Moil. T'u-s.,
Wa.'.e-I,'. i n, J ri. -s; la ,
Monroe, 'i herlay,
Charlol t'r Friday,
Aloemarl' Mond ty,
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. 17 ii.--.
Speaking will begin promptly at 11 o"-
All the-peoplc are cordially invited to j
attend the lecture.-of this distinguished,
fenllomau. All these meetings will be'i
public exeejit the second day of each !is- j
drilling the oilicers of County Alliances j i. Oo' 1 , W 0 Will IU.V V 8
throughout the District, all of whom arel
expected to be present. Fverv -.member I a " i
who is anxious to become tamilliar withjlU'CO Olir I18W StOPG
the UNWIMTTKX work ought by all means k
to attend the JJistriet Alliance. And it
! is absolutely neeessaiy lor every Comity
Le'lurer in t h-( 'ongre?-,sional District to
attend, even ii n:s couniy Alliance n:is io
pay his c.xpcn-es.
ijet the public turn out at these meet
ings, and b-arn what Alliance docilities
are. El.i-As- Cai:r.
President X. C. F. S. A.
E. C rFliINl-FIKFD.
Sec'v X. ('. F. S. A.
Fo.ToN" Lodok, No. Oft. A. F. tc A. M'..
Sai.ishi'uy, -N. ('., F( b. 27. '.). j
WilKRKAs,- It haspleasod tlie Sunrciae !
Grand Master of tlie Universe to remove
from our n.blst the soul of. brother J
Clodfclter, we bow in humble submission
to the will of our Divine Master and de-
1ai-o niir l.vc-w nrtl i Yi t C tf Moconiji
Fraternity, of which he was a worthy.
Jicfsoln'u. 1. l oat ine memoers ot tin
Lodge wear t he usual badge ot mourning
for thirtv 0-r '
9ntl.' That t he Seeref a.rv oft h boiln
send n copy of these resolutions to
family of the deceased
3rd. That a com- of these.
1 be sent to the V7t (;,ku;:; llcmhl. the ;
i ' A ROLINA WATCHMAN .".mi- Sul i!rrif
Truth, with a request that they puoii-1; j
John A. Hr.nRK iC,
M. ('. (t inn, Com.
W. C. CoroiiF.Norii. i
t M H N 1 N ii I
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Viii U 3 KLf U 11 E5 V
EEalaria, Bumb CMlls,
Colic, Hiliouo Attncko.
Thfj- pros'i't'e rcjrsilar, naOr?.! crar
mtti'iiH. (rsr gripy nr lzi est ,ro with
fcKiSy JiHvts'c-. Ah -a ft1i;i.r :;ieliei-ie,
tiie i' :.n;i bf- ia mwry i. ; iti'.l 1.
" boi.i iviiui iii.;:-:::.
E. LSS WRIGHT,
SALISBURV. X. C.
Will practice in. nil tbe courts ot Ilawan an 1
Iniiiu counties. I'rt.nipt utu-ntiuu "i vca to
it!er- m-rtahiiur. to :i?v f-rofe --si "'i.
A creain if tartar baking powder.
Highest of all In ltavening strength.
U. S. Government report, Aug 17, 1SS0. .
Tlie Best' Honseli old Medicine,
Ones or twice each year tbe sys-
needs purlin g cf tbe impuri
ties vhich do"f the blood. From
childhood io old age, no remedy
x'lests all cases with the samo cer
iiniy of zjood results as
i)TA;sIC KL00D BALM.
C. McGauhey, Webb City, Ark., vtHcs;
' r. '. has dons me in,, re pood and fi-r ltss
. .. ,v v tho? env other b!fod j-rrifltr 1 cvtr ticd.
, . . tV cm!"t cf mv life to it."
J. A. Mu-phc-!, Nortclk, Va., ,'.:ni?t to, if SB,
r:: "I depend n 1-5. B. Ii. for the preservati' n
..; .-,v s.-.-ith. 1 l-.;.vc la.l it in my- family r. vr
(!'. : . , ye.-itr:, and in ad that time have rot hiid
to U..v? a dct-.r."
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D. Julian & Co.
'j'li'- lianio of every
esti rn JSortji ' arolma who
Iki timber land, improved and
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t3 tB JT
llUmu h I1U; & iuij n uu lumim
On January 1st fr.Y ,Sf iF SC"YP& 9
uijii!io:i.-j. J.iiii laJUis. O 'A fi ! durable than any plated I'
lots and properties for sale. Ve ISooS'rl"3 V5T
must haw,' Ja)ttom 1 prices, ftdl,i kamonlvcy -
clear and Correct descriptions. J Ti: 4 C5-
Persons vi.liinc; to Imv, sell1
r rent properties will fin-i it;to
to write to or
IcCUBBINS & REISNER.
nty, x. c.
Fresh' Garden Seeds at. re
. Clover and -Grass Seeds at
the. lowest prices atEnnfss' Drug
Be. sure and call for a bottle
of, 3 Cures. It has never failed
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and Siek Headache. I can give
you first-class re ferehcesin '-Salisbury
to prove its merits. For
Every )erson who owe-, me
please come forward at, once mid
their accounts. I will bav
ii ... :u:. . ; n i
lul ""r,V ' " ' 11,1 -
next ;u i;ivs.
.50 davs; !t is impossible to
.. J. It. ENNISS.
T. I. Viasoii, South .Main Street,' tor vour
slsavinjr aal ,li:ur-cuttiiig. l'ir-t-class -.rurk-aiea
and sharp raz-i;-- at all tie. - !Iidr-h-.-.-s-iag
an.l ?h;n).tr.:ng -t s:-.''-i:i!,t . .AVil! wait .u
ladies and ci; : ! d lt;; a', tin
a call.' .
. ; o -! n i'
JOT I (-': !
71 Iierely announce that I. I. M'oroncy
is my ant iioi ized aire::; for fed let tiiiu and
receipting: all -tni!.- lne me. AM aecotmts
unsettled ami inn aujn.-u-d m tue next
sixty da w ill !.- redo-fd to j'ndnient.
J. U. OH X
Fel. 2-1. is:.!..
jxi-'.cr io;:',- nutic!
A 11 kt-h.' -,
of (l-t.l-i1 1 -a io ".
ta ;(-( nt i'!i:-!n ;
t!i- L'eili .lav i
. iii be j 1 1 .-:( i i a
p'-r-aa.- l'h ,!
make inifi.- ii.ite
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txia t roirs xoth'
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PH i r
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Will ;tll iind juM what ym: ;iiv
or ldi'ttidav uil't.
ti 3 &' H '- r 'A t'1 a f 1 kt LI
1,3 s ' fi h :) a :- ',h . i:;U i ? , u i t S H M . -
IX WATCHES, CLOCKS,. JEWELRY,
silvkrSvahk and xovelties.
Our low prices iiiakt' iiiost' ln-autiful uVod all barirains.
VraBriB m m .
WII I I tiST
i A LlrS 3 Uiit.
WMlsd 25 Years!
HALF tMo COST of
half through tho back at
I points exposed to waar,
ss own by cut,
joints exposed to waar
f.s shown by cut,
THEH FUTED EfiTlHE.
CuarantoetJ to contain
i more silver and are more
Wc invite you all and
to our best abilitv.
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VERY RKSPECTFULIiY. ;
W. H. Bei3iier & Bro.
We liereby . announce that Mr. p;
P, Meroney isin .tttthorized. Rgent for
collecting suid rcceiptinj? all bilU .ie
the late firm -of - Whitehead & Trjinl
tbam. k accounts unseUled 7j
not adjusted in --the'' -next . sixty (av'j '
will' be Ted need to judmenfT7
II.T. TRANTUAM, '
Notice to XifK.
Having qualified ais adiuimstra0r
with the' v,ill annexe(i, of the estate
Johii'llf" Veddinton, deceased.
hereby giyp nolice to a!J persons )lav.
ing ciainvsSiinst the said: decedent
to-exhibitj the same to me on or before
the 5th day of . February ISOi All
persons indebted to 'said etat,- are
requested to . settle' without fait m
notice. ) -
KoDTr-;. WDDrxoTo V.
Adurt C. T. A. of .lo in u.
! Weddingtou. i
Feb. 5. 1S91.
; joiics - to .Creditors.
1 i.iviii'j; qual-fird as:'-A-dniinistrat,.r on
tlie 'estate ot -.A.. M. Irexler; h'c-a
j all persons having 'claims again.-f
I .,r.. m,. -v i fit-.f ... . i, ( t
i .. . .1 i .: 1 .
i same u toe o ovk-i .igiieo io; p;ivaient
on o.r before t heH2.lt h day of "damiarv
W2 ortliis notice will
-e p!e;yl i,
bar -of t heir recovery,
All person's indebted to said eTafe
are requested" to make prompt ' ' p;iv
ments. - '
This thp 2.M of Jan. ISiU,
V. M. Tit'Kxi.r.R, Aln;r.
Jotico to Creditors.
viitLT qirdinVd as administrator of
;i! v '(--i.'r deceased, I le-reuv e;ive
lice to uil. ,persms- havirt-g -claims,
tiiist 1 lie estate of decedent to. iirc-
s'-ii! t ie same
mr, on if not hrfure
the o'lh day,
i-Vb. SU2. aii , er.
-oils HliienTiHl are re(iiesteii-to liiakS!
payment without frrther notice. .
At i iiKD L. J'f.f.i.ku;
AdmV. of lleui v -Feeler, deceased
liiU JlLbi kVAi
!aii l this season at the stable of
on. ' , .
t":;o- a:,d -IVdiree apply to
. Ib-ar Poplar, N. C, or
en,,!'!, Miranda. -
A I )
NG THEM ALL.
AND BIG PEOPLE
lxkin hir to make.h liolidav
(iiil and examine otrr line oX
vvare: we never before have liftd
.such .iinamoth stoek of this line,
And v.-.- call vour , special itteu
inm to our line of silver inlaid
spoons anI forks.
Kyervli'ody is deliglited witl
our holilav display. You want
to s'"e il.
; AND -t
IM.ENTY OF VARIETY;,
will be glad to serve you
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