THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1886.
Por Congress 7th District,
;OHK S. HENDERSON, of Bowan.
For Judge 8 th District,
W. i. MONTGOMERY", of Cabarrus.
Solicitor 3th District,
B. F. LONG, of Iredell.
Far Justices of th Supreme Court.
Far Chif Justice Wil. N. II SMITH.
For Associate Justices,
JL S. MERRIMON TII03. S. A3HE.
For State Senator,
JQON. F. E. SIIOBER.
For the Legislature,
LEE S. OVERMAN.
C. C. KRIDER.
For Register ot Deeds,
H. N. WOODSON.
For Superior Court Clwk,
JOHN M. HORAU.
For County Treasurer,
. S. McCCBDINS, J.
D. A. AT WELL.
For Couatj Surveyor,
B. C AREY.
Senator Vance made a great speech
at Asheyijle on last Monday.
;Tbe Charlotte Evening Chronicle
has become a morning daily.
The North C. Methodist Conference
meets at Reidsville, Dec. 2d., and will
be presided over by Bishop Granbt.
A convention that nominates 41 me,"
is a glorious thing ; but when it nomi
nates t'other fellow, it's a cussed ring.
An effort is being made to induce
President Cleveland and party to ex
tend their trip to Kuleigh next week.
The Lutheraps of Charlotte will give
grand bazzar in Central Hotel on Tues
day night, to raise funds to pay on their
pew church. It promises to be some
thing more than common.
The General Convention of the
Episcopalians at Chicago decided not
to change the title of the Church in
America by striking out "Protestant
Episcopal The vote was 185 to 112.
Tilden's nephews will contest his
will. This will be an outrage on the
memory of Mr. Tildeu. The law should
not sanction the interference with the
will of a sane man. Men will have to
dispose of their property before death
and hold it in trust fur their heirs.
Hickory Fair Notes.
The .Hickory Fair opened with flat
tering prospects. Entries in all classes
are very lull; in the stock department
the number was so great, as to require
the building of additional stalls.
The most notable display is that of
the Piedmont Wagon Co. They have
displayed much artistic skill in the ar-
raogement ox tneir exnioit. it is m
reality a house, built of wagons, and
furnished with an organ, lounsre and i
centre table, and
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a negro in
in his Sun-
day clotljes. The walls of this wagon--house
are decorated with pictures of
the N. C. exhibit at Boston, Kaieigh
and New Orleans, and is a very attrac
The ladies department is everything
that it should be, with the usual num
ber of fancy nuilts. fcrazv and san.
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ucu spread, cusihqus, tiuys, enibroider-j tmnk ot tneJact tnat tnese penis might
les, and every thing that delights ferai-' corae again. He spoke of the dark days
nine ingenuity to make Th 0ji ; of 1874, and said what a contrast there
paintings of the '-Grandfather " "Blow- was bf wrn, lie Preset and th
inff Rock" ami r.fb01. IotXL i when be had last sPoken this hall,
E, "SJ PtheJ landscapes are ex- Then the liberties of the people were
ceptionallyood, and are from the brush threatened ; all that they held dear. He
Ot local talent. hated to lift the veil from those dark
The Piedmont Cigar Co. have alhoursV, But il was nia duty to do so-'
Wljque log cabin built of cigars. Fed,eral bayonets gleamed every-1
Tne exhibit of wood work bv flw' , ' ?u were 8?t on f?ot toJ,toko
Hickorv M onnfla r 7 i the hist liberty from the people, and the
SSSS a lecturing Co. is very accursed civil rights bill hung over the
practical and illustrates the uses of the! South. But, thank Heaven, the people
paru wooas or tne section. j
lllflunin UM) A l.i: ' i i
oday Thursday to a large crowd.
Spiders and Caterpillars,
is a generally observed fact that
SSL lL 55" rhh f Jom
oDiuers Hun r:irrnii!'iK fhm 1 1.
II VI I U I I Mil w . I i i y-v . . i. i I m
' i nil 4 . - . i
K yuwiuiiMlio (lUlO VCdJ tiliill I
i"ia iniesi dqusos oi
tienderson delivered the I11. 18 u"jeuiues uuu Ieaoe. iei peopie about this happy result and the sicht of
to an enthusiastic 'vPaA?dPm(ra.tlc Part? do"e ? : 60,000,000 people living in peace and
fui aurw irora me well kept dvve 1 ncr i 7-V;6 r F 1 , , . ""S"1-y-
.the wooJhouse, aud in 'su.h naIL"iZPJ 3 I
toers as to ruaKe it ever noticeable
to persons usually inattentive to such
subjects. Brush away their webs today
and they are replaced during the night;
for these little creatures can do their
totk witn les light than the human be
ings tney annoy.
And CafcprnilhlTV Viu its
rr iiisteiit nor more
numerous than they have tbis year.
Their neats disfigure forest trs nd
Bhrubs equally asbad as they do the
fruit trees of the orchard. It required
Jloee watching indeed to keep up with
weiusuu prevent tneir doing serious
mischief in the orchard. It is sunnosed
that the dry weather since the copious'
snowere in the tirst hal of the ye:ir
has been peculiarly favorable for the
development of insect life; but as
there is no fact sustaining the idea of
permanent increase in these trouble
some visitors, it is by no means certain
that we sluUl s a much of them next
Tear as during the present year. The
visitation was abnormal this year, and
there is some comfort in Wlicving that
these pests may hereafter resume their
U Wih i Good Article
f.n P .uq Tojiacco. aak vour dulrfor
Speaking at Rowan Academy.
The candidates will speak at Bowan
Academy, in Providence Township, on
Friday evening of next week Oct Uth
A full turn out of the citizens of Provi
dence should be there. Speaking to
commence about dark. Remember you
have nine judges to elect, this year,
democrats. Dem. Ex-Committee.
Mr. Bernhardt, the old encumbent
and now bolting, if not republican
candid. tte, says he was defeated by the
ring, for the nomination before the
Tbis is an old cry 'baby tnck which
has been well frazzled in days gone by;
and bv which no oruf can be deceived.
There is no ring. Our party admits of
no such inner wheel, and never did.
A very large and very capable county
convention defeated him because they
regarded Mr. Arey jis fcne better demo
crat and better surveyor of the two.
Mr. Bernhardt bound himself to abide
the action of that convention and now
comes out and breaks faith and hrs
word. A resolution to abide the action
of that convention, was passed without
a voice or a vote against it, Mr. Bern
hardt and his friends were there and
were part of the convention. Now let
him act the part of a man of his word
and withdraw. He is bound in honor
and in faith to do sb. Stand up and
take it like a man, Mr. Bernhardt; you
have been fairly defeated for a nomina
tion which you sought; now make
your word good.
Democrats, he said at China Grove
that your convention w?.s a ring. Was
it? If it was it is the same old ring
that sent him forth year after year
stamped with the seal of democracy
For shame, Mr. Bernhardt, and you
turn and denounce it now. You never
objected iefore, to this ring, but the
first time the party fails to say you are
its man, -you say "taint fair" just like
a school boy in his idle games. Oh,
stand up and take it Mr. Bernhardt,
and have done with Such child's play.
It is not manly. Are you a Democrat,
Mr. Bernhardt; if so, why did you
bolt democracy's convention and then
make overtures and propositions to a
republican convention, held here two
weeks ago, for a nomination from that
party? Mr. Bernhardt, this" is your
second trip outside of the party of
which you profess to be a member.
You ran independent once before
and were beaten, and we will beat you
again. Do you deny asking for repub
lican support and tor countenance at
their convention? If so we will prove
it on you.
Mr. Bernhardt, stand up to the
Mr. Arey is a democrat who has nev
er faltered and a surveyor of experience
and capabilities. Democrats vote tor
him. Dem. Ex-Committee.
By an error in the Herald, the date
read 22d instead of 29th.
The Eloquent Ransom.
HIS SPLENDID SPEECH AJ RALEIGH.
Extracts from News-Observer.
Senator Ransom was gracefully intror
duced by R. H. Battle, Esq., in a very
happy way. He began his remarks by
saying that he would try to lay some
valuable facts before his hearers. Noth
ing would stand but the truth. He said
he had yesterday afternoon received a
request from the chairman of the Repub
lican committee to divide time, That
invitation had been declined, as the time
i,L. c i i : ; j. o j i i j i
K sprung uegiuiimg at o o yiocjt; um ,
uut auiuii, oi a leugiuy uiscuksiou. iu& spoKe oi tne purity or tne present adinin
the fact that only one side was to be repre- j istration and of the joy that filled him
sented would prevent him froms peak- when he thought of these great Southern
ing any word save those of truth. He ! States, once again having their full share
spoke of the delivery of the people of; in the country's administration; these
North Carolina from darkness and fear j proud commonwealths occupying their
and trouble, aud said that too often positions in the bright galaxy of the
people who had escaped from these evils American union: redeemed, disenthralled.
forgot what they had escaped from, :
i muugui ouiy oi me present ami um not
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nao oeen taKen out ot tnat dark sea and
iuiiu uiu uciiifu ilia vxuu. lit; asKen
any one could ever cease to remember j
the dark days from 1868 to 1876; those :
days when no household was safe, wheu I
bouthern men were not recognized in the
land of their fathers. He asked if thev i
rSJS " &
tha sr..tn cn-n m tk... -.,!! i4- rm .-,., 1 i .It 1
III III f I I I I - T I Cm 111 Itl i i i T .1 c . . . I
v i a ! -rv " " ,
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the courage and niith
7 ; , 1"' uuu
e 7v ; i- t r j ZTF oi-aiv, .
j ui mc unw oi tuucai ion so gimerously
: shed, and said he had planned to show
nis nearers wnat tne Kepubhcans had
done and then show what the Democrats
had done, aud let the people contrast the
two parties and their acts. He asked, if
I wlwr it P.,r,,..l in IQCO ic-n i , ,
. j i .iii m iow .inn xoiyj io sneu a
u -r Li: f .
! vearsuevpronend tho hfc nfU,...i;,:
y uai a uucsMun : if, is aimosi as II a harmonv. Lot this mnt niic and nnth.
...... n., Hv.muiiuui paiiv wr tiircft nno.K,. t -.-w.i-. : l
before the children of North tru.?..
They collected the money, and the legi
lature paid itself its high salaries fro
the school fund of
nilwnv. it c j u"
never diil onr inrti-;n t "J u' Yl 11
-- r- - - r i -vUUOQ, vuiM, WUn
wmmm tue aemocrats nave done.
educaTioii ujSk nSTS
f1:.' "iYJ ail wm
, . , . Wiu6 wuy, a party
which had put before 500,000 childreh
the bread of life, the bread of knnri.
He said that what helped the people
inore than all else was the education of
A GRAND FIXANOIAL KEOOBD
It has been said that all peopla who
come here loved North Carolina, and he and almost helpless, when they even
was sure his hearers all loved North wanted bread, when the colored men
Carolina. He asked if any of his hearer were arrayed as one man against them
were notproud of her financial record : in that dark hour they taxed thera
with her six per cent bonds selling today selves to give the colored people of the
at 1.30 and her 4 per cent bonds at 100. south education ; to pen the door of
He asked if all true North Carolinians, j knowledge to them. He defied any one
democratic or republican, white or col-. to show an act of equal virtue, equal
ored were not proud of that fact, and Justice and equal humanity. God had
wanted to go bacK to tne ume wueu me
State's bonds was of no value at all. To
day the State's credit is better than
gold. He felt like thanking the grand
party which had brought this state of
aflairs about. He said the State govern
ment was the most economically admin
istered of any State in the Union. He
spoke in very high terms of the ability of
State Treasurer Bain. He said he-asked
Mr. Bain what the tax was in republican
days, in 1869-70, and was shown that it
was 80 cents on the $100. He asked
what it was now and was told 25 cents,
and that next year it would be 20 ceuts.
It could be reduced to 20 cents now if
there was a law for it. Think of it ; in
1869 the republicans made the people pay
3J times a much taxes as the democrats
do in 1886. He asked, in the face of this,
if they could have so little sense as to
support a party which made them pay
three times as much as another and yet
never gave them a cent in return for a
dollar they spent. Suppose a man has
two stores to trade at, and at one he
is charged SO cents for an article, at the
other he has to pay only 25 cents, which
one will he patronize?
A EEIGN OF PROSPERITY.
He said it had been said a hundred
times that the democrats will drive away
trade from North Carolina. How absurd.
How had the facts been ? What were
tUa focMiltc aut fchAra is n. dftmoftrn.t.i
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State and National administration, audi
more people and more capital are coming
into the South than ever before. In the
year closing over $83;000,000 of Northern
capital had been invested in the South
by Northern people. He asked if people
had ever seen so many public and private
improvements, buildings, town? , railway?,
etc. The whole State was in high state
of progress. He spoke of the fact that a
great contractor said he had never seen
so much improvement. People poured
into the State; money came here for
investment. He thanked God for his
goodness to North Carolina and His
blessings upon her. Would people return
to darkness, to an impoverished, a plun
dered people, to cruelty, to fraud, to
Littlefield and his host of plunderers who,
preyed upon the State? When he look-"
ed at these questions and the duty of the
people, he could not speak coldly. The
mere thought of fifteen years ago made
his blood boil to look back upon. He
eloquently spoke of a man's duty to his
country. He spoke of the destruction
which " earthquakes brought, but that
could be repaired. But when an earth
quake blow was struck at good govern
ment damage was done which could not
be repaired in years. He called upon
the people to stand to their high duties
as citizens. Good government is a vital
necessity. Next to his duty to his God is
a man's duty to his country.
CLEVELAND'S POLICY OF JUSTICE.
He said he would now pass on to speak
of national matters People sometimes
asked the question, what are the demo
crats doing? He could answer that
plainly. Unfortunately there was in
the last Congress a republican senate,
which put a stop to many measures
which the democrats sought to pass for
the people's benefit. He said that under
the republican administration the people
of the South were banned, ignored, treat
ed as hostile, foreign. They had no
political equality. He said that in those
days even colored men of the South who
went to Washington could not get justice
at the hands of their owu representatives
and fifty of them had come to him there
for aid. He said that Cleveland had done
justice to the South (applause). Justice
is the mother of peace. The darkness
upon the South has been removed. The
eclipse upon our people and our institu
tions has passed away. Honored and
noble Southern men are in the cabinet,
and representatives to foreign countries.
He called the names of Jarvis, in Brazil, of
Hale in England, of Jernigan in Japan,
. . it.
ana tnese names evoked applause. lie
with great statesmen in the cabinet, with
Uonored sons in Lonsress and abroad
uuiiurcu auiia in v-uul;
Would the people turn around and drive
out a party which had brought about all
these glorious results? Would the people
go back to those republican days when
there was no justice and no honor and
no integrity. "He said the great curse of
the American people had been sectional
discord ; that monster which had covered
this land with blood and tears. The
great George Washington had left as his
tegacy to the American people the advice
ncver to let the harmony of the union be
disturbed. Once more there is peace
between the North aud South. The
grand democratic party had brought
ni, n . the .rv.i.i' ;u i .
comparable to this America. Let us
support -that great, that noble man,
Grover Cleveland, whose broad and
national policy of good will and justice
h. hmivrht. t thi hnmv sttP thonoun
d pk, tbTsTr-uth
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aiirl nrrwnAritv nf this lrAnt, ciith Tf
fTAOU .J OMV vv v wt. It Ul 11 UU M,'U
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tnese mcts, snow oy vour votes tnat voih
love the uiuon and will do your share to
WP Prve it.
THE MAUVELOUB DEVELOPMENT OF THE
He made in conclusion an earnest plea
for-.good government, for support of
liberty, and said there was no hope for j
ireetiom unless men came together in the
light of the sun and dicussed government.
The party was pledged -to equal iustice
I n nil mnn "V.. 1 U. f .
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for the working man, as in the South.
He spoke of the South's prosperity and
said it was now the rival of the North.
lie said the manufacturers of the North
! iuuhu inai, m xN&iin Carolina tne
ured more cheaply than in the North.
I This was the secret of the efforts of some
TJCODle OI tilft nrtli in rpmAvo iho TWn
. oemtic nartv from nower and install th
Party which in all its life
worKiugman is the
; coming man.
He spoke of the absolute
repuS party ti
tin itself in the South. 111 id thi,
I was a white man's government, (ap
I plause). White men had made it and
white men would rule it.
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THE NOBLEST ACT IN piSTOET.
Ho paid a glorious tribute to the south
ern people, who hesaid had done the
proudest act in history. This people had,
after the war poor, wrapped in sorrow
wesseu tne peopieior n ana wouia con-
tinue to bless them. He said the repub
licans had arrayed the .negro solidily
against the white people, who neverthe
less had done them justice. He called
upon the white men to guard their honor
and their liberties and not to trust the
specious promises of the republicans. He
spoke of the republican party as in its
last stages in North Carolina. He asked
whether the people would say to the
President that he had given the South
good government and equal justice, or
wound they JpeTtk the contrary and
against his uobie work.
Sunday School Celebration.
Editors Watchman: I have the pleas
ing task of reporting one of the most
interesting, delightful and profitable days
in the congregation of Christ's church,
3 miles east af Salisbury, that that com
munity has ever enjoyed. It was popu
larly speaking a bunday School cele
bration, which took place on the 13th
instant. The day was delightful, and
every thing went on in exact harmony
with the pleased people participating
The Sunday Scool at this "place has an
enrolled membership of 120 children be
sides teachers, and an average attendance
of 108, Mr. 31ichael Beaver, superinten
dent. Dr. Shaffer, of Mt. Pleasant was pres
ent, and delivered two most excellent
addresses one in the forenoon and the
other after dinner. The dinner, was a
splendid atlair. It was spread on a table
of 80 feet in length, out in the grove,
made up of choicest viands contributed
by the members of the church. The
children were delighted all were bene
fited by the social commingling, and the
solid instructions given by the Rev. gen
tleman who addressed them. All in all,
it was a day to bo remembered, and will
be, no doubt, by the children, some of
whom may live to speak of it long after
the older participants have been garner
ed in the heaveus. B.
Salem Church Notes.
Eds. Watchman: Since my removal
from Wood leaf J have been so busy that
I have had no time for writing for your
paper, but I find a little leisure and will
try my hand. I feel very grateful to the
good people of Woodleaf lor their uni
form courtesy and kindness to myself and
family while there. I wish them pros
perity and peace. I hope some one will
keepVood leaf represented in the Watch
man. I am not alone in my desire to
bear of those good people.
The farmers of Salem are .very busy
gathering in their crops. Wagons are
going all day from early to late hous
ing cotton and corn. The corn crop i3
pretty good and cotton does tolerably
well. Some few farmers have sown
wheat, but the bulk of the crop is yet to
go into the ground. Ed Selford is mak
ing molasses sorghum by the "whole
sale." He says he makes about 100
gallons per day. He also gins cottou.
Dr. Joe McConnanghey has moved to his
new house on the Lincolnton road.
There is to be a new Episcopal church
built in a short time, one mile above here.
Elliott is the contractor. Itev. Mr. Mur
doch of Salisbury has been the managing
and guiding spirit in the movement. I
learn, also, that a new Baptist church is
to be built one mile below here, at the
old Baptist stand. More churches 'aud
more religion is what we need.
We want yes want and must have
a postoflice at Salem. There is a large
community of people in this neighbor
hood who would be greatly relieved by
the establishment of an otlice here Our
people have been trying for some time to
get an office, but as yet have not secceed
ed. The attention of those who can
assist in getting an office established here
is called to this matter aud they arc
earnestly requested to aid in its establish
Get up a petition, setting forth the
facts, and Postmaster Boydcn will for
ward it wjtk pleasure. Eds.
list of Tetters.
List of letters remaining in post office
at Salisbury, N. C, for the Week ending
Oct. 16, 1880.
Sallie E Brown
W M Boydcn
L H Cranibrd
J D Frost
Chas B Miller
J Reid & Co
J H Sell
D A Sheppard
N S Miger
Rev Jas Hargrave
Please say advertised when the above
letters are called for.
A, H. Boyden, P.M.
THE USUAL TREATMENT ot catarrh is
very unhatihtactori, as thousands or oespaiung
patients can te&tlfy. On tbla point a trustworthy
medii al writer say.;: vPron r local treatmeut Is j
poslilvely necessiiiy to success, but many. It not
most of the remedies In general use by physicians
afford but temporary benefit. A cure certainly can
not be- expeciwi rremmiufts, powders, douches and
washes."' Eiys "trreiim "Balm is a remedy whlcb
combines th- Important requisites ot quick action
spedHo curative powder with perfect safety and
pleasantness' to the pul St.
Thfl regular annual meeting of the West
ern North Carolina Kail lioad Company
will take place in Salisbury, N. C , on i Je
4th Wednesday ill November, 1886 being
the 24th dav of the month.
6. P. EltWIN, Sec. and Trcae.
Cotton, good middling,
" Lt. low middling,
No low grade offering,
Flour, country family,
$2.25 to 2.40
80 to 1.00
Country bacon, nog round,
Irish potatoes, good,
50 (g 60
! Lard, country,
We. have no satisfactory report of the
Tobacco market, though there are al
most daily sales. The grades are deter
mined on the Warehouse floors, and are
so various that any quotation grren can
only be repj.-irdfd as probable,
This powder never varies. A marrel of r.ur:ty
strength, and wholetsoweness. More economical
tuan tut ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition wllb tlie multitude of low test, sbro
vvvigut, alum or phosphate powaera. sola ooiyi't
cans. Uot.w. Baking 1'owdeb Co.. lot Wall st.X 1
Mr. Henderson's Appointments.
Sloan's Store, do Thursday, Oct. 14.
Brady's X Roads, Iredell co. Friday; " 15.
Mooresville, do Saturday, " 16.
Catawba, Catawba co. Monday. " 18.
Hickory, do Tuesday, ' 19.
Newton, do Wednesday, " 20.
Keevcrsville, do Thursday, ' 21.
Sherrill's Store, do Friday, ' 22.
Statesrille, Iredell county, Saturday, " 23.
Fork Cliurch, Davie county, Monday, " 25.
Fanuington, do Tuesday, f 26.
Thoniasville, Davidson co., Saturday, " 30.
Third Creek. Rowan co.
Monday, I7ov. 1.
been leading in
We do not hesi-
ladies fine dress
tatc to sav that wc
former purchase in this line for the
fall and winter trade of 186. We present
an unequalled line of CASIMEItES,
Bread W ails.
And a jreat variety of other new and at
tractive designs in diesa ;nod8.
We ran mxtc.h our diess goods with all
the latest triijMTiinjrs, sucli as striped plnsh,
striK'd velvets, moss, astrakhan, Fur, solid
velvets and velveteens in all colon; chenille
fwhge, ii full lin ot jet and j assenien' crie.
We call special attention to our.
25 CENT DRESS GOODS
the best we have ever been able to offer to
Ladies full regular hose for 2i cents!
An immense stock of riblcd hose for
A large assortment coniMi of Jacket,
evv Markets, tc, &c. Lare lot of chib
Latest novelties in ladies Jerseys.
A complete assortment of embroidered
handkerchiefs, white and colored.
G nt's, h idies and children's underwear
in great .profusion. The finest line in the
town. -See it before purchasing.
Polo and Jersey caps for children at
Mi-:os Electric gossamer for only one
Ladie? Electric gossamer (or one dollar
and a quarter. Our line of Rubber goods
Our stoek is without a parallel in this
market and our pi ices defy comparison. It
is certainly to your advantage to ee our
stock and hear our prices before trading.
KERQNEY A BRO.
I can furnish carp
large or small, in any
quantity. ior stcc intf
W. R. Fit A LEY jKat-
por.ds. Por terms,
lsbury. N. C.
LOSIKC OUT !
Ur firm f J. H. THOMPSON'S.
v"ONS. have this lay dissolved co
partnership by mutual consent. They
oave on hand a lame lot of wagons.
Plows, Feed Cutters whit h they
offer at eost for cash, in order that tbey
may close up the business between this and
the 1st day of January 18S7. All indebted
to the above firm will please call at once
and settle their notes and accounts; other
wise they will be put iu the hands of an
officer br collection. Respectful) y,
J. H. Thompson s Sons.
Tvro Flvps, Davidson Co., Sept. 23d, U-86.
"40 : 2 ui.
AGRES f Kood land, 6 miles
from Salisbury, on the old Concord
road, terms reasonable for cash.
OPEN LETTER !
Salisbury Oct. 7th '86.
To the Public:
I Have Just returned
from New York and Phil
adelphia with a general
stock of goods, the best I
have ever had. They are
now ready for inspection,
I shall be pleased to see
all my old customers and
every body else in search
of goods in my line, and I
assure all that by an ex
amination of my stock, be
fore purchasing elsewhere
they can save money.
My line of Dress Goods
and Ready-made Cloth
ing is unusually fine. I
invite comparison. You
will Jtnd them at bottom
prices. I have also a full
line of first class Groceries
which are offered as low
as such things can be sold
R. J. HOLMES.
All persons havhig claims against Philip
Owens, dee'd., are hereby notified to pre
sent the same to the undersigned, on or
before the 16th day of September, 1887, or
this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. Those indebted to the estate
of the deceased, are requested to make
early payment of the same.
B. H. Owen, )
J. A. Owen, Executors.
Sept. 11, 1S86. 47:6t.p.
GREAT BARGAINS AT
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S
They have now ready for sale the largest and best selected stoc k of Dress Goods and
Trimmings, Flannels, Domestics, Cassimers, Notions. Sliirts, Clothing, New Markets,
Jer eys, Shawls, Jackets, Shoes, Boots, Rubbers, Groceries, &c, in Town, and.
many more good and useful things, which we have not room here to name, hut say to
all come and see for yourself.
October 14th, 180.
Mn's Winter Suits, Silk and Satin Lijiee Throughout,
20,22, 25, 28, and $30.
Men's Business Suits, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18 and $20,
Msn's Dres3 Suits, 18, 20, 25 and $30.
All sizes, styles and prices, for men, youths and boys.
My line of new hate have never been equalled in Salisbury.
See taem before investing.
Owing to the increased demand I have purchased the largest
stock of shoes and boots ever shipped here, and am better pre
pared to suit customers than ever before.
ALSO A. VEKY EXTENSIVE
Men Puniishing Department.
Don't fail to see my new stock of underwear.
M. B. BROWN.
NoUce is hereby given to g
havtng claims against the estate of j
Lyerly, dee'd, to present the same to08
for payment, on or before the 14th da
October, 1887, otherwise this notice win im
plead in bar of recovery. And those in?
debted to said estate, are requested to
immediate pas ment
UCt. 14 t. JOSKPU 31. I.YEI LT
VALUABLE REAt ESTATE !
By Virtheof decree of the Superior Court
of R.owan County, ifi the special proceed
iBR entitled, J. N". Baker and otheri
against Florence Collins, I win sell !?
Wednesday the lOth.day of November fl2
on the premises, that" valuable tractof
land known as the James T. Baker land
situated in Rowan county adjoining the
lands of John O. Baker, Aaron Overcast
the heir ot John Overcash, the heirslf
Daniel Beaver, John Goodnight, D. If
Beaver and others, in Atwell town&hif
and containing about two hundred and
eighty acres, which will be sold iu three
separate lots, (plots of which t au be seen at
my office.) T
TEH MS one-third cssh, one-tliird in
six months and one one-third in twelve
months with interest at 8 per cent frm
day of sale on deferred payment.
Jons V. Macsest
Oct. Uth 1SSC. Comniibftioncr
Olves nellef at ouce
COLD in the Hcad;iFEy
Xoi a Liqw'd, Snvf or
J'oirdc . Frtr from Inju -
riotu Drug and 0en.n
A jmrtloleof ihe Balm la appUc d Info enc' nosiru
; alb cleansing' the nasal passages ol catarrhal vlru
ii anajs pun ami inOumfttlon. protects ihc mem
brau il linings ot ihe head from nddlilotai tolda,
completely heals tlie soreH and restores the frnw
of taateand smell. Fcneflclal results are reljicl
by atcw applh at lor s.
A thorough treatment trill cure.
Price 50 cents at druggists; by mall, registered,
cents. Circulars sent free.
ELY BROTH BUS, Druggists, uwego, N. T.
KLUTTZ & EENDLEMAN.
New Fall and Winter styles
of ready-made Clothing for
men, youthy boys and children.
Ihe largest variety and most
correct styles of reliable Cloth
ing ever produced in this lownf
which I am selling at the very
lowest possible prices.
Men's Pall Suits, 6, 8, 1 Or 12, 15,
and $18. j