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: J SAnSBUEY.II- C.. DECEMBER i 28, 1882: : Wiim&rmn
Card i nk Watchman. ;
Siiool Ex 1 1
i l.i! v?.i!t a rl trjit to the Tcnr
,ire smflieiu-e which hoporcd it witli
H!ane. the pupils -m-re ailmirablj
ul ix'Vfiiriufd their several parti
mii-kible lu-etmMcy,. reflecting
lit nil tin t each in jsuitl tirmiascrK.
iM.liiuinlK-r 21, taking lit 'ft
liirj; r nmU of pupils Hwii were ever
ic.n- iif m M J at ,M "mY 1,1 im Iee.
V v evif ntlybiiij; tt.sreatpiMl gmnl work
tor tli i
siii"eiieraiin, ami. fttioulU be
lv liisti'ml by erefy citir.cn Iihv-
n of the ccftiinjnuityiit Jieart
Touthtv iHMitis'the itpimiii'tcrf
r r . i ... . .
i the election to ,1111 the place
Ucinl oi County LoinniiSHioiu'ls
ant lv the flea th if the late VV.
' M. Kiiii'. vr-mention the most proiui
n nt ltll !irt:n iH'ni tie have heard
:IS pi''''ai!e en ml mates tor the
).,. vll: J.js. rh-Hi:iyJof S-ut h Irish,
i ; c ' i -
Wat.-Moi, of l'nit, and 4orupu r .
Jh-!.r:iiiof AIau 11 tiwi
tip. All uoithy,
t.clf III 1 1 1 1 1
the Watch ran.
'or COuutj Commissioner:
Mr lllitor :f Ar the finie for the election
of aCointv CoiuunnMiinicr is anhroachiiir.
and it It well to lMk around for the nnwt
niiitablgi person for, the iMmijion, jierniit
tnc it fugtHU nit; name m i . j. nmuini,
of Fralklin. lie- i a yoUng man of inark-
mil iliibticu Sti wliattn n-itiirM tin rtililliill
l .t . 1 ... i a i.;:. r.. u..r.... 1 .
and ujfriiit and praclicdl in all hi biisi
ties tiiinsactioiiM; j S.
Fraiiklin Township, Dec. 27, Itfsi.
I - ! Fo the Wrchhmaii.
The Knights oC Honor.
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last : meeting of this order, in
I itliccis for JHrf:i:f
' Did a tor,
Dr. WIA. Wilborn.
II. M. Une,. j
1j. L. Liiii ii.
W. L. Kluttz.
T. li. Heal I,
1. 31. iJei)ihahlt.
G. A. Klutts.
Henlliel, ' - It. L.
Mtillxaiiiiiif r. Dr. II.
C T lharuhardt,
Tru4ia: K'ft Ctawford
and ft II Miusli.
Keilt;. L.t W II Overninti.
AlfJilo. do. : C T llerniianlti
nlcr in In lino condition, having
ci'liiti Hf (l. Pu!i iiig an cxisti-nre
of iire than .five years, thev have lost
liiitj'in' riH'tiit-r by death the lamented
eiiBicrr, Jiw;. A. uniou. i
W L. K LpTTK, Lqtorlcr.
For the Watchman.
Concert nt ThomnHville.
ie irf7jMfi is sfuuetiiues represenfc-
it ; com iiicnceiuetits of the 1 homasville
Is Colletre. vet n remirter can hard
ly It esecteU nt "the CiiristinaH Concert.
Aeicrtlivk'ssKo chai nnhg was the enter
taifimeiit i:ivru at this instilutiou on the
evtLinj,'!! the 21st, mjder tbe' training
auttrrctioi f Miss .Marion, assisted by
MiltAyaiicni teachers jn the department
of oiJ'ie ihai:a fiilj report would interest
-inlart iirtjjrit.v of icailci a. Tins previ
fiiii iiiidrnct ions had been so thoroughly
Hi laitlifull) giTeu, that there was no
Mitatiou in ibriiiging forward, before a
lii&e aHlien, eveu t;he youirg bulics
five inoijih ago, (had never takeu
lolmns in niu-oic. while, the accoinpani-
r miitsly Jtiis Maiioni vocal solos aud
lifts ly sucU singers fas Mioses ILitlie
Maggie Askew, Frances Eatiu and
Mjmie- liobhius, won,! mast deserved-
bpi6longtMitpphiuse.! Among, tlie er-
tujna-rs ,on tlit pianos, from sdos to sex
tijio. while it w as all inosl creditable to
WiJ'owng Iatlies and the teachers, secial
! nieinlatioti is dne to Misses Maggie As-
w, Lrdia Wiley, Alnia Kkhardon, lfo-
oetiuUTC, Lizzie Swift and Laura Sum-
pViaWMiring towns and the surroundiuff
caiiiitry .wt'i-e well reiH'Miiitil in th
I Jitnicp. Visitors f row Salisbury are
nfwavi welcouu. 1 . .JJora.,
this county, Dec i4th. at the .real-
ajnee of (u bride's wSother, by-Ker. S.
httlinick, Mr Jas, M, Filer and Miss El-
f' daughter of the late Jesso Heaiver.
-)u Dec. 21st, iu ihii county, by the
kwe,ift,e residence of the bri.le'sfath-
Mr.Ciiaies E.IBostjiuid Miss Martini
H U, daughter of Mr. Joseph Heaver.
J'-hwu ciiurcli, this ciiuntv, on
te 2j)th,Dec.l8d2, by fltev. W. A. Lutz,
Jiuper Ii Cniher hud Miss Isabella
j "glass.Loiig)ie the happy pair.
f"'hW Mrs. -Sta'rgaret MMre, retic ol the
it Jr MMe, fomk-rly, of thfs city.
j)u tho OT.i? nf ,t.
residence of &un'l
v; S"t!i.. of piieumonia Miss
i '"birrison, aged about Ot) yeai-a."
Uairistui was a sister to Mrs. MvbrW
at(i "..""p ws veiy. niticH attacheti,
f snrviyedjuity oiieiweeluifter her ais
deHnse. iThe iculains of these devor
fin.n , .uo riH side by side in the
"l.v burial ground, ht Christ's Church,
J1 county. .V
&l7?? n,lty. ?! Anna E., wife
Jl ; j- m- EddlviHaij, hi the 41st year
tint ,ge -T"aal.a very cousis-
"r!Cr?,f KbenHer Ev. Lutheran
SdT! i 8' left Hon owing husband
4,1 1 dulJrcu t Buourn. over their
I' heieayemeut. j , S. U.
Gt V! M!:J township, on
yearn 1 lUoii Turuer, aged
In Ut. LMla, Mrs. Elikabeth Menus, iel-
I.'' ! i . . i: - ' 3 " ;
ic f the late Fredrick Menus, aged 80
Ir we ,wer called
upon to express an
opinion as to Sahat sort ot a hound) Logan
is, we should say, that, judging by jib con
duct towards Fitz John Porter, i he is a
At any rate he is a p. dJ
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TUH'S PILL3 A 3UGAS PLUfJ
t Tctt's Pltp are pew CQTered orer with a
vsnitUHear eoartin?, makins the m pleanainl
lofiwallow asi little ugar plum, and rendei
intf them agreeable to the most uVIicate slom-
acli. : ; ; , . .
The cure tack headache and tillimix colic.
They gire appelitf aitd f.t-h to the I km j.
..The cum dyH?ejwis-il .uourUh ihe' ptw-
tern. F " r "-""' ' ;' i - :
They cure fever and ague, costiveneB, ect.
Sold ererrwhure. "25 cents a br. (
Malaria. Chills and Fever, and Bullous attacks
positively cure with Emory's Standurd Cure Pilis
an lufsUlhle ireiuedy : never tails to cure the caost
obsttuate.iongfstjmllng cases where iulnlne and
all other reiaeUKs h'ad tailed; They arei prepared
expressly for malarious sections, in double boxes,
two kinds ot fills, containing a stronjr cathartic anl
a chill breakert suirar-coatea; containing no oulnlne
or Mercurr, causing no griping ormrsinff: they are
mild and elllcient, certain In their action ana Harm
less i n all cases ; t hey effectually clea nse the system
and give new ttn and tone to the orxly. As a house
hold remedy they are unequaled. For Liver Com
plaint their equal Ls not known ; one box will have
a wonderful eject on the worse case. They are
used and prescribed by physicians, and sold by
dnigelsts even-where, or sent by mall, i5 and 50
cent boxes. Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, best
ever made, only 15 cents. Standard cure Co. 114
Nassau streeti New York. 4ly
FOR SALEBTJ. H.IENHISS.
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Classical, Mathematical anaADM SALE
IIICK0Kir, X. c.
Spring session ocns January 8th, 1883.
Tuition, icr month, $3 00 to4 00.
Board do do $10.00 to4l?.00
For particulars apply to
ll:6w-pdj t II. C. DIXON, Principal.
Rowan Coanty-In the Snperior Coiirt, i
J. W. Mauney, Adin'r de lKnis
nou ot Davault Lentz, PTff. ) Summons
jnint - . , ,. ; for
Mrs. M. A. Lentz, E. D. Lentz ) Relief,
and others j DefiTt.
;. STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA,
It apnea rang t the ssitisfactifin f the
Court that J. C. Intz, John J. Oooilnian
and Sarah SGoodman art non-residents of
this State, and arc necessary parties to this
suit. It is ofilered by the Court tliat publi
cation be mjuleiu the "Carolina Watchman'
for six successive weeks, requiring the said
defendants fro appear at the office of lhe
Clerk of th Superior Court forsaid county,
within ten days from the date of this sum
mons, and let them take notice that if they
fail to answer the said complaint within
that time tjie plaintiff will apply to the
Court for tile relief demanded in the com
plaint L -
Given unfler my hand, this 27th day of
882. . -
J. M. Hon ait, C. 8. c: ,
of Rowan County,
i ! :
The highest grade Acid Phosphate, containing Potash, sold in North Carolina;
! . last
Send to Drr 0. W. DABNEY, Jr., at Ralegh, for analysss of the.diffarent Brands.
, OF DIRECT IMPORTATION;
j , FOR SALE BY THE
i WA5ID0 PHOSPHATE COHPAHY,
I ' CHARLESTON, S. C.
Fuancis B. Hackeu, President.! Josiah J. Bnowx, Treasurer.
WILCOX, GIBBS & COVS HAHIPULATED GUAHO,
AKLacknowledred by everybody to be the Best Fekttuzkks la use, and are sold low for Cash, and on
rcawiuuuic urriua uu vivual -ttnu vwa vpwvu, rf
WTXCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
And their Agents throughous the Country.
OUR EHTIRE STOCK OF READY-HADE CL0TH1HG!
LADIeI' ANDi)HIIJ)Ute,S FINE SHOES.
JUADIES'SHAAVLS AND CIaOAKS. tirT,tI
f LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S UNDERWEAR.
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS.
WATER PROOFING, CLOAKINGS AND BEAVElt CLOTHS.
We have tbc
i In tlws town which must be
A splendid Hue of .
PRINTS AT Sets. PERjYAEiD.
We intend making a clean sweep of
NOW IS AN OPPORTUNITY U
Fartbftlie loaa by the lat e fire iu Salisbury
by whlcb J. M.' Knox & C4., were auffer-
er;frw wiped out yeatewt.iy,E by h the
payment of : one thoossiml dollars;' total
aniouu oplicyf by J.fAllen'Browu, in
whose agency they wero insnrwr. ' h
- SALISBTJRY MARKET, " r
Corn, new...........; .... ; 4iU5 ,
Meai. i wtoM
.03 19 l.uu
.04 4 .OS
Oar. per wo lbs.
i : Irish,
Peaches, . anpealed, ....
VICE'S FLORAL GUIDIE
" For -1883 ia ui Elegant Book of
tTpaCs, a colored : plates of fiower-anrt'
vegetables, and more than 1000 illustrations
of the choicest flowefs, plants and Teeta
bles. and directions for growing. It is hand
some euoughjor the center table or a holi
day present. Send on your name and post
office addrc6s,:wjt.li 10 cents, and I will send
you a copy," postage paid. 7'his is not a
quarter of its cost. It. is printed in both
English and German. If you afterwards or
der seeds deduct the 10 cents.
Tick's Seeds are the Best ia the World!
The Floral Guide will tell how to get
and grow them.
Vice's' Flower and Vegetable Garden,
175 pages, 6 colored plates, 50 engravings.
For 50 cts. in paper coVers; $1 in elegant
crotb. In German or English.
.-Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine 32
pa?ea, a colored plate in every number anil
many fine engravings. Priee:$l.25 a year;
Five copies fnr $5. Specimen numbers sent
for 10 cts. ; 3 trial copies for 25 cents.
(IS) KOCnEEK, N. T.
RAIL ROAD STOCK.-
On Saturday January, tit h 1883, I will
' sell three shares of NC. U. It. Stock for
I casli. Sale to tako place at 12 o'clock M.
' at the Court House in Salisbury.
11. C. BOST, Admr. do bonis non of
1 Bnrrage Deathman. Dec. Gth, 'd2.
Commissioner' i Sale
or - . .
In pursuance of an order of Superior
Court of Rowan Conhtv. I will selj at pul
lic outcry to the bin best bidder, at the
Court House door in Salisbury, on
Monday, 5th day of February, 1883,
a tract of land Vituated in Rowan. County,
lying on the Miller Ferry Road, adjoining
the lands of Dr. I W. Jones, Mrs. Haekett.
Thomas M. Kerns and others, containing
about three hundred (:I00) acres and lcing
the tract ot land which was devised to J.
N. B. Johnston by John I. Shaver as the
"Powe Place n
Tekms ok Sale: One third cash, one
third in : months and the balance in 6
months-title retained liutll purcliase mon
ey is paid. CHARLES PRICE,
N B. This is a valuable tract of land
lying 5 miles from Salibury and one. mile
from N. C R. R., and is well watered and
& G0:S SUPERPKOSPKATc,
CHARLESTON, S. C, AND SAVANNAH, CA.V
s AT cost 1
WiTn' a view of changing our business we will at once com
mencc selling the following goods at cost
beat stock of . . ,. .
sold regardless ot LUa l . ;
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our J? A.NUl uuyu
J0NE3, McCUB?12sS--$ CO.
v. IJJs with pleasnfe tliat wo announce to
our many friends aqd ' custiHueraf that we
hate just rcSeivefl the most complete and
desirably stock of V J 4 ."
thatat lias over been oar pleasure to exhib
it. Beginning In our basement' yott will
una I wo Car Loads of
j Bagging and Tia. s
of the best brands, and At reasonable1
? ' prices.-" 7" '"
DOHT GUY TILLjYOU SEE US !
, our M A I N ltOOM will bo fun nd the
largest and by far, the most' desirable
atock of ' '
. . bfiY GOODS,
JmeftiMpqtf8fPJee Govts, Sol ion
TrimmhTg arid many otlier goal.
you want and need, that is to be found
. ; in this part of North Carolina.
i In our Clothing Department, up stairs,
3"4u will find
1,000 Suits or Clolliingv
all sizes, and prices. Also a large line of
In 6nr Boot and Shoes Department,
which is our boss department up stairs,
will be found a very Urge lihe of Goods.
Lall stamped with our name and warrant
ed. If tbey rip bring back the pieces and
we wil refund your money. A r
Our Hand-made Boss Boot-at
$2.5Q is the best Boot for thef
: price that Is be founds
In this department will he found
largo lot of :
HATS and CAPS,
ALL DESIRABLE AND CHEAP.
We have repainted and fitted up our for
mer grain room over our warehouse and
opened in it
A Large Stock of ; Carpets, Matting,
Rugs, Crumb Cloths, Carpet Linings,
Also in this K00X will Ic found a large
and handsome stock of&adies's Cloaks
Dolmans, Jackets, Silk Circles,
In our Warehouse will be found THREE
Car Loads of Salt Bacon by lhe BOX.
Sheetings, Yarns and Plaids by tke
Bale, and many other goods.
We have rented the store room adjoining
J. D. McNeelv and will buy your GBAO,
FL0UK, COTTOX or other PRODUCE,
or Store it for you. With thanks for
your many favors and an earnest intention
to meet your continued confidence, wc beg
you to call and sec us before you buy youi
OR SELL YOUR
T. P. YOUWG
A. M. Vouxc,
W. L. Joiinsox,
W. W. G A I.KS,
William II. Rick,
N. B. McCaxlkss,
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
Having administered on' tbc estate of
Aaron Rainey, dee'd, I will sell at public
auction on the late premises of the deceased,
on the 28th Decern ler, 1882, two Horses,
two Milch Cows, one Yearling, seven Ho'jjs.
Farming Tools, Corn, Wheat, Oats, Hay.
Fodder, Are., together with Household and
SPECIAL X0TICE.- Those having
claims against the said Aaron Rainey, dee'd,
are required to exhibit them on of before
the 13th day of December, 188U, or this
notice will Ikj plead in bar of recovery; and
those indebted to the estate of said dee'd,
must pay without dclav.
J. L." CATJBLE, Admr.
Rowan Co., Dec. 13th, 1882. 3t.pd
LAND AND. MILL PROPERTY
I offer mv Plantation and 'Mill Property
for sale, situated on Crane Creek 5 miles
South of Salisbury, containing 230 acres
75 to 100 is Bottom. There is a good
dwelling house with all necessary out
buildings. The Mill property consists of a
Grist, Mill with an excellent pair of Burrs
and Corn Mill with the FarrKr Put. Turbine
water wheels, a new Eureka.' Smut machine
and a new Bolting Clot b. The Cotton-Gin
house is 24x36, two sfory building, right
new with a Hall Gin. Condensor and self-
feeder, with a LiddM Boss Press. There is
an Engine and Huilerof 85 horso power
situated letweef the two arranged so as to
run either orall at the same time. The
above nroiVrtv is in srood renait at this
Any person wishing to buy such property
will dowell to call on nffe at Salisbuiy
N. C. P. N. HEILIG.
Nri'v. 28th '82. 7:6t.
A 5 lb. box
free at any express
- office ibr H5a v
Standard -for Pvtitf
A. D. ROYSTEt 4 BS0
Baiehjh, X. (X
Beit in the World,
FOR RENT- 7
SHOP & DWELLING !
ProiKirtr silnateii on MiP Street, op
poaite MeroDej'. Hall. To eiamino prop
.rty .nd lea. " . "I'r.tz,
The CaMiia Watcliman,
ESTABLISHED INTnE YEAB1832 i
' Remember that ttamtaa, Tttal eaergrj
the life-principle, or whatever you may
ebooM to call the resistant power which
battles against the cause or disease and
death, la the crmnd safeguard of health.
It la the garnooa-of the hmnaa fortreae.
and when it waxes i weak, the trne policy
rls to throw in relnforeemeats.- la tocbea
;wonlf ,whea mch an etneryeney oeemr,v
eommenee a coarse of Boetetter' Bitters -For
sale by Dmggists and Dealers, to whom
apply for Hoatetter'a Alraaaaa tot iSSX j
J. RbopbsBROWXE, Prest. Wa. C. COAKT. Sec'y.
, .j . i ; i i ; . , . . . i; . ..... .
A Home Company, Seeking
Home Patronage, .. .. ; :
Stroig, Prompt, Reliable, Liberal!
Terni policies written on Dwelling. !
Premiums 'payable One-half cash aiid.ba.
ancc in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BR0WH, A?rU
21:6m ? SalUbury, N. C.
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ERRORS OF YOUTH
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous-Debility I'kematVre Decay,
aad all the efleets of youthful indiecretiotr, will
for the ttake of sutlVring humanity, nend Ireeto
all who need it, the recipe and direction for
making the simple remedy by which he wan
ucred. Sufferers wishing to profit hj the ad
vertiser experience can do o bv addreiwingin
perfect eonlidence. JOHN B. OGDEX.
20:)y Cedar St.. New
m REMEMBER THE DEAD!
IN THE PRICKS OF .;
Usshh Monuments and Grave-Stones of
Every Description. 1
I cordially invite the public generally
to an inspection of my Stock and VVork.
I feel justified in asserting that my past
exiMfiience under first-class workitieii in
all Uie newest and modern styles, and
that the workmanship is equal to any of
the best in tho country, 1 do not say
that my work is superior to all others. 1
am reasonable, will not exaggerate iu or
der jto accomplish a Mile. My endenvor is
to please and givo each customei tine val
ue of every dollar tliey leave with toie.
PRICES 35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
tlian ever offered in this town befoie.
fail .if mi, nr wnd for mice list and de
signs. Satisfsictioii guarant'dor nocmirge.
The erection of marble is the last worlr
of respect which we pay to the mvinory
of departed friends. L -.li'w
JOHN S. HUTCHINSOIT.
Salisbury, N. C. Nov. 1, ItWl.
NOTICE TO DEDTOHS.
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PERSONS indebted to the , late firm of
-it R. CRAWFORD tfc CO.," arc ! Lcreby
notified to come forward and make settle
ment on or before December ls,t, and save
- - i
rost of collection, as the busiutss of that
' ' , I
firm must be closed. , .
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ii E. B. Crawford & Co.
i! G: it
TS w otosiach
U J-EADIXU DEALERS IN DUYqobbs AND GROCERIES Zi,'
' J- - ,t t j.: Q
JMBo AssoitraeiitrQt Iiadics' Cloaks and Sha-wls ; M! 4
.ipiIS' HATS AND TRIffllDIGS -HEH'S HATS MD CAPS -
B00T8;A8D 3HOE87A SPEGIAtTY Wo kcentliabest mil
i uu stocit ox U-iass and Table Ware.
f, Floury Meat Suaar, Coftec TEAS. Rice; Potatoes, Canned Fruits, Pure Lard.
ti.rn, Bran, Meal, New Orleans Molasses and 8yru, Jtc. Full assortment of Fawflv'
; 1 . Medtt-lOea ineln.li'n.r ,.t,A- ""J.-..
One and threcfonrth lbs. Cottoa
at $1.75 cr bundle.' Three
l-OOATS at OS.QO. Z3 10 i-
trv It. Re sure In u our Gnnrls Uftrv vnn
... ... ....., . in vil ll n sell MHI "ool UOOOS at
the very lowest prices. $TWe buy and Sell all kinds of Country I'mduce
V. W. TAYLOR. H, F. ATKINS ) '
r Xov. 1. 1882. j and D. J. BOSTtAN. ' i SALESMEN.
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
HAVING qualified as Executor of the es
tate of Mary Hall, decM.; I will sell at
public sale, at her late residence,
On Thursday, the 21st of December,
two head. of -Cattle, . i
Household & Kitchen Furniture, and other
articles not mentioned.
Terms of sale Cash.
3rAll persons having claims against the
said Mary Hall, dee'd., are hereby notified
to exhibit the same to the undersigned on
or lieforc the 30th of November, 1883, or
this notice will lc plead in bar of recovery
and all persons indebted to said estate are
required to make prompt pavment.
A. L. HALL, Ex'r.
Nov, 30, 1882. 7:ts
THE HI SOUTH.
The Representative Industrial Paper of
.North Carolina i a coinmn illustrated
weekly. Every Mine Owner, Farmer, Man
ufacturer, Merchant and Industrial man in
the South should have it. Pays especial
attention to North Carolina's Mineral Re
sources and docs full justice to every de
partment of our State's handicraft. Piiick
f 1.50 per. year,. .
POSITIVELY IN ADVANCE.
ADDRESS lit onee.
EDWARD A. OLDHAM,
Editor and I'roprctor.
Wilmington, N. C.
Cash is hj Motto.
Having, determined to adopt the Cash
System from the 1st of December,! would
respect futly" request all those who are in
debted to me on account orornerwise ana
for Guano 'to tall iu and tettle as I am
greatly inuad of money and
Must Have It.
I shall iri future sell strictly for C'Asn or
Baktkk, as by this means I will Ijc better
able to give my friends and customers
More Goois For Tteir Honey I
I am now receiving a nice and fresh lot of
3fCall and sec my stock before you
make your purchascs.a . -
1 have a Due lot oi
AND APPLES OX IIAXD.
All Kindtt of Country Prodire Taken in
Kxchnnge. for , (lood.
RAGS. BEEF HIDES.
SHEEP SKINS, BUTTER.
EGGS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS.
GEESE, AND DUCK S, ETC., ETC.
J. D. MCIIEELY.
H ffUlSE; MB LOT
' FOR SALK1 ,-..-.i.,-
iw .l..i.iwiu i.k italr mr ixtnip in
j Winston, N. C, we liave eoncfiMled tojsell
our llouSC-and Lot in the greaf West W ard
of Salisbury, N. C House .has 8 roonvs,.a
' good kitcben with ..3 looms; well of gofnl
water iii the yard. A"good garden and sta
ble on thelo " In ;thu ,let nvluUl'orhobd
in the r?fy;'on "the- corner of" MonrieJ and
Church t"rctt.'aljoinShg J. ' 1.'. Horali and
others. TF6'r furtaer particulars icn Messrs.
D A. G.Kdman,S. .'CoVor B- F. Fraley.
R. F. k l. C. URAIIAM.
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Sacklor at 9 Cents. Hew Ties
lb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cents.
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BEAGXMER & TAYLOR
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AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. E. Crawford, cf tte ilrn of
R. R CRAWFORD & CO.,
Wc are riowjprepared to supply our
customers with all kinds of
In ndditioii to the
Best Selected StiHk of
II R D W A R E in the
We also handle
Rifle and Blasting Powd,
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Pricey ;n
CALL A XI) SEE US,
Oct. 5, 1882.
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