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TllUlirfDAY; MAY 7; 1891.
Tbe VaTCIIMan i uraii of the Alli
ance in the 5tu and 7ih Congreosiouul
Tiie Watchman lias 50 per cent more
.circulation than any paper published jn
"j j r THE TESTIMONY DIFFERS.
- Papers throughout the State have
complimented Bro. Terrell's speeches
very highly, but week before last" the
Juntnt tfh was sure that lrospeech at
tatesville w; simply awful to hear.
' Weijiave heard him make speeches at
- serea poiut3 in this State, and thy
have been practically tl;e same, lHe
juade the same speech, at Asheville last
week. . !Npw ead' what the 'Evening
journal says: , " '
We arff tinable to j;ive a very minute
accout of M r. Terrcir.H address, to-day
oh a'ceoutit of lack of -space, but Will say
tljfat a mine able discourse has eeldein .
been listened to in Asheville. "Mr. Ter
rell spoke in such an. earnest manner
that every'one who listened to Vim was
impressed with his honest- con victions
. 1 . t . I. 4 1. -1. I .. t"
miu mat lie was. timiuuciij uou cisaiib.
with the subject before him.
lie advised the members "of the Alli
pneeto extend its influence, and inves
ti; ite for thllise'ves ull the leading
Juilkical issues of the day, regardless of
he pafty from which they emanate,
lie Wilt address the public ajraiu to-
niht, and all those who take an interest
ia 'AlliaU.ce matters and progressive ideas
will no doubt hear much that will repay
jihem for the time thus s.pent,
: WORK ioF THE COMMISSION: .
The railroad commission has been at
work jit has fixed the rate at octs per
mile fcir first class passenger fare and
-cts for ; second cliss, which makes
Un average of three cents per mile.
.In Georgj i tlipre is no second class
rate, and thA'e cents is charged.
These rates are subject tjj change if
: the railroads; show that it will work a
hardship upon them, provided they file
their reaspn by May 2 dth. " This rate
will go into effect on the first day of
June upon all railroads in the State.
The "rates for passenger fare has gen
erally been ?t, -I and 5 cents per mile;
-second class one-half cent less.
They hiive also made a rate- for
freight whjieh they propose to put into
effect on the 30th of. June, which is
some redaction in the prices now
charged, : Circulars'' will be issued to
railroads that are interested so that
they-may be hpfd by the 20th of May.
Uniform telegraph rates will le
1 i MORE CORN.
We1 fear th;U our" farmers in this
.section are; going to give too much at
tentjon to the cotton crop again. Corn
is bringing a glpd price now and will
- h8 for a year or two. Cotton is low
,and likely to reiiin so. Begin right
now. ;. Plant every spot of land possi-
- Le in corn and worjc it weU. Jf any
part of your crop is neglected, let it be
the cotton. Give the corn crop the
; same-work jmd you will increase the
yield many; bushels.
gutter 'u gaing to bring a good
: rrice if properly managed. Q i ve your
,cows aud chickens and hogs it fair
chance by all means. -
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Xoktii Caholina has a cigarette law.
'Every- day ye see white and bkek
urchins smoking them. ye don't
know that any of our dealers sell them
to boys, but they get them somehow.
; The ptrents if these boys ought to
wade into t.hm and whip alHheir hide
. ff until they quit the dangerous
habit, .Almost every day. some youn"
i man goes to the insane asylum from
-,. Hon. Ben! Terrell will speak here
to-morrow. This is liis last appoint
-: Jtieivt in thil State. Everybody should
Jiear him.' ; VfQ hope all business and
professional men will hear him, for he
:Is one ofi the ablest exponents"1 of the
Alliance, doctrine in this country. He
; is a peasant ipeaker and offends no
j maa or party.
A ni'mbhr of papers have co'pied an
article nominating Hon. John S. Hen
son fori; our next govern r and have
given this paper credit for it. The
Salisbury Tp:th should have the
cmlit. The1 WvrcriMAN has not
nommatetl ; any one, and does not
rxpec tQ. j ; ; . -
Now and then some paper -remarks
ihat the Morganton 'Herald is a- very
Ijhaii lsome papeK In byr opinion it is
knot bnlfa handsome'paper, but
I! fil ed wuh good.raatter, ahd, best of
ail, jis edited by a gentleman;
Maj. William A. Heaxk, one of
the best newspaper inen in the State,
ied at Vinton last wek He was
connected with the daily. Sentim) at
072 WAS3INaT3N LBTTSB."
The Sjeatei ij-Th&L!qiior Dealers
Aiaerfcjn McUlcl Association Xd
Deficit ja tlie Treasnrj.
Corres.AjQdcncelor ifc? Watcliaian; ,
Washington May 4, 1891. Much
3Dreeulationha$ been indulged in as to
which of the speakership candidates
weHuld be th recipient Qf the votes of
the Representatives who belong to the
Farmers Alliance, and whether they
would all vote together. The Alliance
Representatives jhave as a rule fought
shy of expressjijg their preferences, if
they had apy, contenting themselves
with saying jthat they proposed snp-
pcrtfeg the candidate who was willing
to make the most concessions to their
principles; butj Representative Ed
munds, of Virginia, who is here for a
day or two Iookihg after the interests
of same of his constituents, is more
outspoken thanj any Alliance man
with w-ho I hate talked. He said:
; I amfor Crirn. ! He is mis of the
ablest men in tne hou;e, and he has
pre-enrmiently alj of the qualifications
that should be ' looked for in the
speaker of the next House. Mr.
r i i i . 4 J . i ii
rvimuncis is a democrat, as wen as an
illiance man. ajid he will attend the
lemocratic caucus, and will of course
DC MWU1JU lJ LIS ULU1SIUU.
If" it be true as I have been informed.
that the lifjuor dealers of the country
nronose makinir an organized fiht
unf)ii the candidacy of Renrespnlntivp
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n l i.:, i -i
viisu ijcli ipc wl ins wemir ;l nriHiim-
i o i
tionist. it is probable that thealiiance-
men mav aH be inclined to sunnort
lnm, as nearly all of them are advo
cates of temperance and natural
opponents of the dealer in introxicat-
ing liquors. -r Stiil it is a serious ques-
tion whether iany man can be elected
who is oriDosed bv the whiskev men.
I L J .
so great an miluence do they command
on politics. t
The American Medical Asociation
will meet in annual convention here
to-morrow. There will be more than a
thousand regularly credited delegates,
and it is expected that there will be
about three times as many visiting
physicans. The convention will las;
Behriilg Sea has been for several
days the subject of many rumors, pro
bably because ; of the fact that the
sealing season will be open in a few
days. First it was said that Secretary
Foster had instructed the .command-
ers of the Revenue cutters to seize all
vessefs caught, illegally taking seals;
then that England proposed sending
half a dozen war ships" there for the
purpose of forcibly rescuing anv ves
sel sailing under the British flaJ that
might be seized. But little is known
positively of the prcsent status of the
matter, Hence ; the rumors. the
special agents of the Treasury deprrt-
ment nave recommended that all seal
ing be stopped I'or one or more seasons,
io prevent extinction or the seals, and
sir Julian rauitceiote, the tintish mm
isier,-has intimated that Jiis -srovern
ment would agtjee to thatxit the United
States would ee that "its citizens
c-aughUno seals. But this propositi
ion is violentlvJormoed bv the Xorth
American Fur icompany, the present
lessees or the sealing privilege, which
denies that there is a scarcity of seals.
Secreiary Faster has sent A. StnnW
"Brown, once tire private secretary of
i resutent uraheld, to examine and re
port to him the. condition of the seals.
Secretaries Blaine and Foster have had
several conferences on this matter, and
it is said that they not entirely accord
The following payments have been
.made under the aefproviding for re
imbursing the states that "pail the
direct tax levied in 18(51: To Arkan
sas, sio().272.(')o; California, 208.24(5
8'.); Colorado, 22, 180.0(5; Delaware.
70,772.02-, Illinois, 050,700.00; In
diana, $710,144.00"; Kansas, 00,081.
S3; Maine, 357,702.10; Massachusetts,
i000,107,88;. Michigan, 420,805,00;
Minnesota, 80,023.72; Missouri,
040,0o8.23; New Hampshire, 6181,
801.02; Few Jersey, 382,014.83; New
,ork, 2.213,320.80: North (!amlinn
$377,830.43; Ohio, 1.332,022.03, and
11. rv ' . , t - ,! ......
ue x ieasury uepartment is tak-ng
steisto have the new immiornh'nn
strictly enforced, and Assistant Secre
tary etneson who spent last week in
New ork observino- it wni-1-i'v.o-o
thinks that it will prove very beneficial
by shutting out ah undesirble cl.-iss of
The recentlv conrlndd
noo thereby, as so immv no,-cn.m
Imve calleil it with Spain, givih us
trade reciprocity with Cuba and l?prto
nico, is in Mr. Ulames possession,
but it will not be mnd unblirt
arter Air. Harrison return Rut n u
- UUU ttO 1 1)
is based upon the reciprocity clause of
Mckinley tariff act, it cannot differ
materially from the one made with
The Farmers Alliance alr;irlv hoc
pennanent headquarters lieTe, and it is
expected that the republican and dem
ocratic partieswill shortly follow suit,
so that Washington will ere louo- be
tne seat ot in itin
f ..uouc UjtUill.
Secretary Fosfpr siv fb
danger of a deficit in the Treasury,
and. that his decision to continue the
four and a half per cent bonds that
will mature next September at 2 per
cent, was only because he thinks he
Guv. Biicfc ners Proclamaj I n.
" Executive Office, Frankfort,
April 19. To the public: By invitation
of the Board of TradeComaiereial Club
ana citizens 01 jouisvtiie, tne ttcotco
Irish Congress will Convene ia that
city ou Hih day ofMayy'of the present
"This meetinir will be of nenuliar in
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terest to Kentuckians, with whose early
history the heroic action of this sturdy
race are so closely interwoven, and the
citizens of the State will deem it a priv
ilege to welcome to this congre s the
representative. of this illustrious race
from all of America.
"No political or sectarian significance
attaches to this assemblage. Its mission
will be to revive memories of the Ameri
can Ulster race, and collect materials
for compiling a history showing its im
press on modern civilization, and espe
cially upon American institutions.
S B. Buckxer."
Not only will all parts of the -United
States "and British Ameriea be repre
sented by their most distinguished men.
Dut oeiiast aim otuer cities ot the mother
country will send delegated The great
est orators of tiie day will deliver ad
Louisville and Nashville, the Queen
and Cresent and the Centra! Traffic As
sociation railroads, which embrace the
territory lying North of Louisville and
from the Mississippi on the West to Buf
falo, Pittsburgh and rarkcrsburgh on the
East, will give half fare rates over their
enire systems, tickets to be sold on the
i.'ui and lain ot ai;iv. ir Shhiiuti.
traffic Association railroads and most of
the other road.-pf the country will give
one and one-thii$ fare from the round
trip on the certificate plan.
Ample facilities for sirht-soeinr and
social enjoyment will be allorded. The
public in ueneral are cordially invited to
avail tneiuselves ot tlie cheap rates and
visit the congress, which w ill be open and
free to all. For further information ad
dress Helm Bruce. Loenl Sep
"Op 11 PROFESSIONAL MEN1.
'Che Men Who Look at Your Tongue,
Feel Your Poise and Extract
Teeth Without Pain.
DB. J. J. SUMMERELL.
Dr. Summerell is the oldest physician
in Salisbury. He will bo 73 vcars old
next November. He was educated at
the State University. Dr. Summerell
.was born in Halifax county and raised
in Northampton. He has been a resident
of this city 47 years, and knows much of
fie early history. He is still able to
practice a good deal. He .has been
county physician 35 years.
DR. J. A. CALDWELL.
Dr. Caldwell is the next oldest physi
cian. He is now CO years old. He was
born and raised iu this city. Dr. Cald
well is a son of Hon. David Caldwell.
He stands high in his profession.
DR. E. ROSE DORSETT.
Dr. Dorselt is a native of Randolph
county, Jle is well read as a physician,
Mining News1 Gathered in This and
rtems and articles for this department are
caroestlj solicited. "J
Dr. T. T. Boss thinks he has dis
covered a gold mine on his land near
here. He exhibits a flint rock in which
are seams containing yellow particles
visible to the naked eye. Our jeweler,
Mr. Cockrell has tested it and pronoun
ces it geuine gold. Nashvill cor. Argo
naut. fl i
i nere seems to Have been a new im
petus given to the mining interest of our
State, says the King's Mountain Xcwa.
This revival of the interest is to sorqe
extent due no doubt to the discoveries in
several counties of rich deposits of gold,
but is we believe more largely due to
newer and more economical methods of
treating the refractory ores, thus render
ing available and valuable ore deposits
mat nave neretoloie been considered
A LIVE BARGAIN.
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We have a line of Ladies'
Hi ' ! . .
Breast Pins that we are sel-
Wo helivi' that.
a new era of development is about dawn
bat is now devoting much of his time to m:it will keen tarc with her n-,-,.,.
truck farming. He knows mom nSrmt growth in manufactures, and her r.-inid
suawoeries, iruits, &c, Perhaps, than
any other man in the county.
Inter-State Immigration -Conven
Executive Department, )
State of North Carolina, V
Baleigh, N. C, May 1, 1891. j
In accordance with the rxnpr1
sire of the Southern Inter-State Immigra
tion convention tie id in thi o tv f
Vsheville, N C. in December 1 ast si ml
in compliance with the will of a larire
nninberof leadinir. citizens from e:w-h
seciKJu oi me rv.ate, l nereDy call a cpu
ventiou of all those interested in the up-
ouiKiing oi or ui Uarolma to assemble
in the city oi Raleigh on th 13ih day of
May at 5 n, in. in the Commons IbJl i.f
the State. The ol-iect of tlie eon Vfii t ion
s to secure a united efFort on the part of
the citieiis of North Carolina t A eo nner.
ate with the Southern Inter state Immi
gration Bureau in developing the natur:il
advantages and making known tiie great
opportunities offered to capitalists" man-
ufaciurers and to Honest law abiding peo
ple who desire to secure homes in :i rHn-
eral climate amonir a hospitnbbv monil
and Christian people.
signed) y Tnos. M. Holt,
Our lnuniclj.al election passed off very
quietly yesterday. Of course the whole
ticket was elected, there being no oppo
sition. Mr. C. II. Armfield, tfee mayor
elect, is a young and rising lawyer, full
of energy aiid pro-essiveness, and w ill,
no doubt, give the'eity an enviable ad
ministration. He "as seienrnled l:-.t
nightIy a large crowd of ent hu.-iastic
admirers. He came out and nmdo. n
handsome speech, winding up by telling
them that instead of providing some"
thing for them 'warininr in -its nntnrn ';
be had reversed the order and would
give them something cool in r lemnmnb.
The land company of North Statesville
have divideil their plat of bind ii-.tr l:i-
lots of ClxluO feet, and on the 34th int.
will have an auction sale of the lots. A
large crowd is expected here thai day.
M..itir.iav is memoii.il day, when
our (lead soldiers will be honored lie nil
classes, as they should be. Mr. Tillett
will deliver the address, uml V II If
Gregory will be chief marshal on that
The proposition as to w het her we will
have a graded school in Stat.-svilU.
submitted lo:a vote of the citizens ves-
tei'ilay. I am proud to say that'the
proposition eairied bv n hnw..' ir,.M.m..
indeed, there were comparativei v lew
who voted against it. We iliii.u- t'lii
an evidence that we arc progressing.
Jay Ce Te.
Elkiits Mends a Ccffee. P t and Writes
Some ews at tin Same Time.
The blackberry and buckle!
promise a fine yield.
1 eaches are not all killed Wr n.n tn.
formed that this crop promises to be very
Contractor J. M. Russell nnd fore A rf
iiands left for Norwood Tnesd
mence work of building the depot at that
The new saw mills of the SmmK- at i?
. Co., located at the Mae. place one and
a half miles from tow n did its first saw in-
on last Thursday.
We hear that Mr. D. F K"ov.m n nml
a partner from Salisbury have rented the
. v . nearne uvery stable and will open
business at once. .
Tracklavimr on tho Vndl-in
... . C7t im lUJUUilU
will be completed to Norwood during
ine present week. We congratulate our
Aorwood friends on the
iron horse to their noble thrifty tow n.
DR. Hj T. TU A NTH AM.
Dr. Trantham is a native of South Car
olina. He was educate. at Wake Forest
College in this Stfite. He has been in
this city about 15 years.
DR. JOHN WHITEHEAD.
Dr. Whitehead was born awl raised in
Salisbury. He was a son of Dr.M.
Whitehead, who was a very eminent
physician up to the time of his death
in this city about six years ago. The son
possesses many of the characteristics of
the father. He stands very high in the
DR. J. U. COUXCILL.
Dr. Councill was bom and raised in
Watauga county. His father, Dr. Coun
cill, of Boone, is a prominent physician.
He practiced with father for some years
before he came to this citv. Dr. Coun
cill has been here three or tour year and
has built up a good practice.
in. A. D. HOKAH.
Dr. Horah was burn and raised in this
city. He has been prnei w-inr vd.i.t
, ,...n i. i i v
years. He is an able physician and has
a bright future.
DR. J. V. GRIFFITH.
. Dr. Grittith is a mitive of Forsylh
county. Hehas been engaged in the
practice of dentistry here for a number
o( years. His office and residence are on
west Inniss street. He is at the top of
DU. II. L. RAMSAY.
Dr. Ramsay is a native of this city. He
lie is vet a vounir mm but l.n,, :
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much about dentistry as any man of his
age. His office is on east Fisher street?
two doors from Main. He has only been
practicing about -one year, but has built
U) a tine business, lie is good lookin
V J. A 1. 1-FN IUiCWN.
Mr. Brown was born and raised in Sal
isbury. His place of business is in" the
V a tmi t v 1 : i . i : .. .. . - .
, .iiv.iiM.1., uuij.iiii corner oi jiam am
Fisher streets. 31 r. Brown is fighting
editor of the Watchman and also sells,
lime, plaster, fei tilizersand does a life and
fire insurance business. He is also pres
ident of the Salisbury gas and electric
light company and sells coal.
WOOl .-ON MORGAN.
Mr. Morgan is a native of . Kentucky.
He is 42 years old and married. He is
a first-class photographer and his gallery
is located n South Main street. Mr.
Morgan has been n Salisbury about lo
mouths and has -many friends.
MCGUKUINS & MTANLE--S,'
This fli mis located on west Inniss
street. 1 hev lo lile and fir i nn
Tr. Booker Robinson, the mining en
gineer, who has for some time been
opening up properties of the Sou tern
.Manganese Company in South Carolina, i
uas. suspeuueu operations in that State
until tlie arrival of machinery for the
mines, and is now developing the iron
properties around Mboresboro. So says
ihc King's Mountain News.
Ihe mining business in Swain and
All good goods and fully
REISNER & BRO.,
counties is on a big
has been found in
See New a 1. of B. B. 15.
Bids are ' wi!itcl fur the construction of the
Sa'iabury Cotton Mills buii.liiig.
Read ad. ot tlie World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, X. V.
W. II. Iieisner k Bro. have a nice lot ot
ji'vchy which they arc offering bargains in.
See their ad.
Appointments by Lecturer in Fifth
Bro, J. B. Smith, Lecturer for the oth
District will address the people at the
following times and places:
31 a rri ed.
At Franklin church last Sabbath by
the pastor, Mr. T. F. Morris and Miss
Darcas Watson, both of Doeke township.
In Rowan county Aprii Oth. at thercs
idence of the bride's mother. Mrs. Sarah
C. Brown, .Mr. Charles . MeCombs to
Miss Mary C. C. Brown, both of Rowan.
Ite v. J. M. L. Dyerly c-ffieiating.
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. Goldsboro Al-LMls : Tho GoIiUIimi-a
furniture factory, -w hich is crowded toits
fullest time'niid capacity to meet its or
ders, and draws trade from a number of
States even to the Guif, is now filling a
handsome special order for fifty new suits
of furniture lor the new hotel Florence
S. C. '
May 2, Mt.Tirza, Pcr?ou '
" 4, Roxboro, " "
" T, Wiusteads, " "
4i G, Concord, 44 "
' 7-, Chestnut Grove, "
S), Red House, Ciswell "
" 11, County Line, " 44
VI, New Hope, 41 4i
14, Felliam, 44 . 44
Speaking to the public at 11 a.-Tu.
Raleigh will have her
cars after all.
' fill '
Prrvate to the Alliance at o p. m.
lit dues d Kales.
On tlie occasion of tho I.'ejl i:st. He Conventlrn, at
Raleigh, the IMclnaopc &)a:ivt:i..; H:ii;road ( otn
panv will s'U round tup tic'-cts ;.t tue t'oliowl: g
iTii lCiil lutisfio.. p( bits iKtiarit : .'.; riot te f 7. 1 1,
i t'easboro i :n-, Oiirlr.un i. ".", Insion-Saleni
Govts' o'o 75. i-'ioni lnt iu i. late r -this in same
jiiOiTcilon. Tickets on sale Vay iZtb.ood ie
lurninar ay ifiili.
Tiie satne r.itcs will t:e ulven parties attendtng
Ihe State eoiiveiitlotbCl K-n's Dauhtfrss, at I?a.-
pftili. itcUets on site .May Til ft to Kali ui.lu lve,
liialte.l reiuriury ..t i.
Tlu1 l". & 1). H. R. corapani will sU tl. kets to
Statesville, N. ('.. to pai lies attending Ue land s i le
ai that place at the f,)ll )wl' f rat es lor wind t rl . ; '
l-'roijl t'o.'co.d S .7"., Giet i-s'Kj.o 1 if, iMjt.i l'oli. '
.1. i'K Inston-saleia 5.'-j, a.i i tinm i it"i m-dt -t e I
KHt.ts iu s-uii:! pio,:o't !.. '! .;;.e.t oa a.k- ,y.;y
ii.tii, goid rttuiiJi g-.ay l.'.tli.
The Uiohtuj: d i DanviUe Hall o.ul Ovrtpan.v will .
sel tickets to parties alteii lu ' the Iia:.:it,r.it loa
('(uiveiilion. which convenes ii baWlgli, N.'c.
May 1 : ft. at ' 'a- followti jr l ;it i s : Fr .a (Tiariot ie
4 . s i lisbai f (J. : . U.a enl no 4 :! , As'irvrii '!
si...ies ii:-7.J.". ''. ii.Hoii-S;i.. in ..i i , i u:ii;ia
' '.t(i. (1 .S.h litiidi iron ii 4H. Selln i l.-ji, Fi lli
vl'ie 4.1, ii!ieoiiii(ini ., Wiisuii ri..-n. T.ti-:.' ,.;jd
rt(-;u in-e; meiiiale pnaits .n tlie same pi'f ;'!;'! k a. .
I'lcki is v.i.1 be cut on s I May 1 .til an i i;.th, ii.i.-
iu d to n i ir ii until .May t ;!ii . j
Call and seeour fioe line
of Purs Drugs, Medicines,
Fancy Toilet "Ai t :. cles, &p.
We will Treat you right.
With many thanks for past'
favors, we are, ''
T.l ,-RLUTTZ & CO.
ml at This!
A. crram of tartar baking powder,
iiighest of all in leavening strength.
Latest L. S. Gvvernmcnt Tootl Report.
refil est a
- , , - vcAAuno lie
save raonev fnp b Tw,. i
-i" - -j - iicmui v iiv xii
uoiuiir. I )wi,,.,..,f . ,.j..n y .
there will be a deficit.
Concord Standard Mr Will Earnhardt,
Mn't' WM rcl,lrn'S from Heilig's
Mill, when a tiudmcket which was in the
WHgon-rattled and caused him to look
back. His breath was almost taken away
vvheu he, saw a jman disappearing
., the xnntU with a jack of flour on h
Pick. At htSt l-f rl :. . . ms
beeadiWi-td;- W'CUOUr DaU ot
Cliina Grovi; Sparks.
Correspondence of the Watchman,
Mr. II. E. B.irrier,'of Greensboro, vis
ited his be.t friend and his parents Sun
day. the closing exercises of the China
Grove Academy were much eijoyed bv
a large concourse of people.
Mr. R. L. Patterson, of Mt. Pleasant,
is vising his parents.
Miss Effie Barrier, one of Concord's
most charming young ladies, togethei
with Misses Minnie Gilland, Fannie Pat
terson arid Miss Al;xauder attended the
closing exercises of our school.
Mr. John Rendleman made some of u
boys scratch our heads last Sunday. He
got ahead of us.
A very large crowd attended Svnod at
c?t. .Lnoch s last Sunday. A number of
young people from MooresvilJe, Concord
and fcabsbury were there.
Dr. G. A. Ramseur, who has been sick
for a long time w ith the grip is slowly
China Grove, N. C., MaV oth, 1891.
Children Cry for Pitcher1 Castorb
ite, granite and fertilizer btisine
Mr. P. P. Meroney is located in the
same office. He doesi general collecting
The Salisbury brick company also doe
business in thesame oJliee.
f. 1?. aiu:m)i:l.
Mr. Areiidel is also in the same office.
He (leaks in real estate and stocks.
The county treasurer and Mr. A. S.
Hcilig, attorney Lare also in ti e same
The reporter suspected that they also
had a matrimonial agency in the office
and. would strike him for a job, so we did
not wait to see if there was anything else
STAT i: XKffS.
Scale 1 bids will be receive I until Saturday, May
231, at I oVM k, for erect ln,' th ne,v i.i -trlt
bultdti.rfor Thes.ilislm-y Cotton Mills. The bniU
inifwi!: bab t:i c.xioc feel , besides ti:ner, eiujine
and cloth rooms, tu- pi ins an 1 spe, idea (Ions cia
k .r. m r it Ik ,h Ti
i,-3L For Ihe Building Committee.
Item Roiled Down to Save Space
FiMm Morintatns tc Seashore.
Raleigh is to have a $2.30,000 hotel.
A Greensboro man will start a nut
It is repotted tbr.t a Mrs. Westmore
land, in Cabarrus county, has Tell heir to
an estate in Virginia worth $Z 2.000,000.
Asheville voted $62.5,000 for improve
$2-3,000 for graded
Winston-Salem voted 0.000 for improvements-
Thomasville voted an appropriation cf
$10,000 to the Normal Training School
for gii 's Monday.
TlieT deaf and dumb school w ill be lo
cated at Morganton.
A cotton factory is to be built at
A merchant by the name of MeDougal.
killed his uncle, whose name: was Conoly,
at Laurinburg last week so as to get the
$5,000 insurance ou his uncle's life.
Greensboro Record: The Steel
Iron Company bought 240 acres from
R. Wharton lor 8.000. Veslenlav ti
were ottered $6, 00 for GOO.vloO feet
fronting on North Elm street, and on
west s ue.
Rev. B. F. Fincher was scriouly hurt
by his horse running away neur Char
lotte one day this week.
Charlotte, IT. C.
; Havln- determined lo turn our tusir.as
j in Svcut part i::to wholesale, we Mai 11 cut a
number of iines during the year. Ourtloih
T? laff st0ck i!nts to more money v.un aey
-t- one depart merit In t!:e Mode, and it is the
first we shall slaughter to clean up $2.,ooo
in urst-3:ass gols, bought from the best
makei-s for the sprin? trade. They hare got
t0 mVe at,d we m lke prlocs 10 d0 u- -. The
great cut-price pale win begin Monday,' May
4th. and continue till the stock Is exhausted,
Clothing dealers will nid It will pay thrm
to see the stock, fer the sale Is rqfJtlve, and
the goods must go and at prices away below
value. No one warning CTcihing an afTord
to miss this great c!cs:r.g sale, c.tods sent
on approval and return charges paid.
To facilitate the work of Cosing It rapidly
we have placed the suits in lots as follows :
One Tot $15 oo, former price $!S. oo to $2,.oo
:o-00- " '' 13.oo to 17.5o'.
7-c. V " a.ooto i2.ro
" 5-- " ' T oo to f'.ro.
S-5o " " 5-00 to . 6.75.
Youth-'. Boys' and Children's Suits with
our entire sto.-k or Pants at andbelow cot.
With all the victories gained in buying, we
will lose money on this stock, but It must go
and prices un:.st move it.
See our lo, is, 20 and 25 cents Ladies' Hats
at the Millinery Depaitment.
Men's, Bojh'acd c'h Idrcn's Straw Hats in
U u?las 1 -l oo Men's Shoes at $3.co
" 3 oo " " g 2.5
4 ?.oo Ladies' " g.2.5
2 50 " 2ob
1.75 Boys' " 1.35
Our great stock Is complete la all lines,
anl the tienundous sales ot this year over
any previous year speak volumes for the
; business methods of the Racket.
! Charlotte, X. C.
Salisbury has long been ia need of
another ii.rst-ch.s.; CLOTlj;.(. A Mi
GKNT.S FrilXlMlIXC STOUl'. ami we
are gla ltcj !I. & L. Wi'.:o::t ivmaig for
wan' to ii.l lojg-L.t w.n.t vit!i a
fine -sti.e!; cf Ciotlil-.ig. Ilat. Slu.es,
Shirts. Gaiars. Cufl'.-", Tics. Cr.iv.ifs .
Ilaiidken hielV and lien's' rurui.-hiii ,
Goods at lower prices than ever before,
tiller, d in SulL-lii: v. "
They have opened ' their wcll-selec'eil
stock in the sioreroom (' i men v occu
' l-iej by G. V W'rll.t as a furniture c
store, on Xortli .Main slice t. Their bus- ,
iness will be stiicUy lir-t classno "
' Clieap John"" ami-u; wltli tl.e latest
styies. Their ir.ces,w ill a.-toaisli yo'tr.
Jiany peoj.le ar- naxious to K-arn Low
t.iey arc scir.ii so law. Tor their bene.
fit we will fay that they bought their ""tiSil
entire stock directly j from bead juarters
of manufacturers. ffhey ji.ii the ca
ahd.got the discouat and with tTIe as
sistrince of a friend uf thirty years ex
perience in tlm clothing trade were able 5
to purcliase tl eir ste(k at lower pries
than formerly sold. jOf course th-v w ill
give their customers the benefit cf their
bargains, and will enable the citizensTof
Salisbury to buy goods cheaper at home
than they can abroad
Just think ;for one moment what
money will do, and then hear some of
tiieir prices : yu can buy of them $30
to 40 suits at $25 ;' to $30 suits at
$18 to $ -:o: $2t'8uits at from $15 to $16,
and so on all the way down.
They can opei, yfJUr eyes on prices of
Wool and Straw Hats, all of the latest
Wo aw? now receiving tho
largest and best assorted stock
we have ever carried.
Kead a few of our prices:
Pant-goods, 10c. per vard. -
Brogan Shoes, $1.00.
1 n-ess Goods JVnin ScA to .1 .CO
fen's -'Shoes from $3.00 to
A full liiK- of menVand bovs
The cheapest li ne of Groceries
in Salish.urv. .
If you wish to save 'money,
do not buy until you get our
prices. - y '
W o mean husiness.
D R. JULIAN & CO. !
; I 1 D I I 1 1 I
Fresli Garden Seeds at rc-
Clover and Grass Seeds at
the lowest prices at lnniss' Drug
Their stock of Hoys' Clothing is com
plete, and way under tl.e regular' prices.
They also carry a well-assorted line of
ladies', misses', men's and boys' Shots
from 75 cents mi
Fine linen Collars only -10 cents.
Latest styles. Linen Cuffs or.yl5 cents.
A handsome line of underwear at
jgg. prices never before offered in the city.
The battle has begun against high
JEST prices, so go jfnd examine their stock
wnetueryou want ;Q buy or not, and be
convinced that the above prices and
qualities are correct. If yon.do .you
will be the best pleased soul in the land
Be sure and cairfor a bottle
of 3 Cures. It has never failed
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and Sick Headache. l ean give
you first-class references in S.-fb
isburrto prove its 'merits. Tor
Every person who mve ivp will
fplease come forward at once and pay
tneir accounts. i will have to place
my accounts in the hands of a collec
tor (unwillingly) if not settled 111 the
next 30 -days. It is impossible to
carry on business all ci edit.
J. If. EKNISS.