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I . The Tarriff Bill.
We give in UO tpaT tariff bill
ttpcked to te House by tbe majority
tbe Committee on Ways ad Means.
fThaUt meets with approval of the
iiorihern press the following quotations
. UU from some of the leading north-
iern papers' will show : .
- nli way out of the woods is, ao dsubt,
idStSl a the Tariff bill f tbe lemo-
Jl. i ctr, in thedirection of tariff
.reform the ijiltmpleted by the Dem
.cratic member of te Way ad Meaus;
iCoxmiUee may ue commenuc
aL a Whole the uewbiil will meet with
farOrIt scales the duties morcaqfcareiy
Sot prentrwanle it projects out in-
!SHif A" fiVjber by reddg the cost
of crde materials.
yooWilgUall thc4ifficUic surround
. ff!-Lu and cousiderine the
-;1Blin!i.ri monitt that the
'think that they have done very wcu,
-riwfft1 iftoiiticiana and organs will de-
r t tit -r ..m.. o a a f rA trafle
17V mwfiiivi j
. cm e s.aic. a n frpft trade
SSre, and it U fiiven out that Randal
. jfl Lt:. k,.f;T, will not vote for it. But
careful study of its provisions will fail
0 mateiiaillC vu'b
One sigaifieant circumstance should be
ncted iirconnection with .thw; subject.
I While theAVays and Means om"
haVeJbeen prosecuting their laWs, there
haul not fceen me siigincoi,
thelbusincsaworM; contrary to .fheomm
oua! predictions of tta Republican high
Asa whplc, the bill follow the cmineut
i j.,,; and-notiservative lines of the
Prideot niessagf and it will be idle
for the Republicans io attempt to meet it,
m &ey did' the bill 6t last session, by the
leuleral aUegatiou thfet it will destroy our
ludhstriea. It is clearly noi a ruui. uc-
Tn rfeneral it stay be said that if a bill
tflrawa with the careful regard for the va
.141 interests of the country evidenced
a the measure now proposed cannot be
coue a law, it will be useless hereafter to
..neft legislation on important matters
flvea the'House-aud Senate are of oppo-
jS.itl poliUcal parties. -
The Blair .Bill J
X correspondent of Lynchburg Ad-
"Tahce has! been looking into the 131air
;bilj -an A making figures thereon, and
pripga out the following startli ng state -fiaenls
in respect to where the bulk of
the money will go, should it become a
!: jllinoisjis to get $7,ooo,ooo ; Arkan
:a$ only.$2o9,ooo ; Iowa, S4,ooo,oc o ;
North Garolina &&3,ooo; Massachu
sett. "$4,000,000 ;; Louisuiaa $455,o5o ;
iMjusylvanra $7 ,000,000 ;S. Carolina,
$.ji.ooo ; .Ohiot nearly $8,oootooo ;
Mississippi,. S0oo;ooo ; iUaliforniai, $3,
ooooo ; Tennessee, 786,oob ; Michi
Kah, (j $3,oooo,oo ; Texas, $782,ooo ;
Aifbraska, nearly $2,ooo,ooo; Alabama,
40,000 ; Nw York, nearly loooo,
oo); Virginia,' yiith he 555,ooo children,
43o,352 of .whom are unable to write,
would get $889vooo ; and so .on tb9
northern States getting millions as the
soijithera would thousands ; and yet it
Is ih price of our servitude.,
, Kow, are not these figures, perfectly
; usCounding to the Southern mind? It
haVbeen claimed by its champions that
the Blair bill was intended principally
to, educate the ignorant negroes ot the
6jith, made illiterate by long years of
iUjvrtude, but the facts show that njne
jWiths ofr jt is to be distributed amoug
fitfrUs at tht Northfand West where
HaVeryp never exbted and few negroes
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1 . Thefe facts .should open the eyes ot
the people to 'the sectional injustice
anji enormous evils of the Blair .bill,
and should core some'of its enthusias
tic? friend of their devotion to the
measure. . -
A joint resolution accepting the in
ritaion 0 the French Republic 'for
; Ihjp United States to tale part in the
4"ernational Exposition, to be held in
Tajris iu 1889, has passed the House.
ilso the jointTMolntion' anlhoriz
in,i,thq President io arrange a confer
- encejto be held in Washington in 1889
fo the purpose of promoting arbitra
. thm and- encouraging reciprocal com
mercial relations between the United
States and South" American republics.
: iAgreed to and passed.
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- j rHr. Benedict, the public printer, un
der examination before the committee
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investigating the condition and man
agement of the government printing
...ii$ce, refused to give the reasons which
. actuated him in making certain'dis
' - charges of employes in that establish-
meat. If Mr: Benedict is the man he
. otjght to ber oio doubt had proper
occasion for making discharges whieh,
lor the sake of the employes, had better
not be made public -.. '
j ifenatoir ;Vest made a cornscating
' fjkech a 'few days ago on the pension
f Jjalttion of ; Congress. The Senator
Jifs TDed, for a, great piany pensions,
bfltiaS rbiHs for pew applicants continue
to-be brought op, they have disgusted
himhd je rose to talk on the subject:
. -j wilI ftiblisUjn our next something
' what , he is rcportelio have said. V L
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: The people of Charlotte are feasting
, mb spot up from Sarannea, Giv
toPX.BDlAD'6rBaiTTJfl TO .TUB f
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WashisotoS, March l.-The Tariff
bill-wlricfc the UetwratiO-HtemberKf
the Ways uh1 Means Cbuaaiitteeof the
House has been at work oa since Con
gress awera bled in December has been
completed n4 wa todajr,subiuittedto
the j full committee. l.t i very-vol n
minous,contaihi!igsabout 15,000. words
and specifying by nae ach cf the
4,800 articles i th: twrifftogether
with te duty; whether srieciflor fd-
Talorem. ' The bill as preentetl opplies
on) v on custom duties and includes' an
amendment to tne.fawna general pro-
of the ceneral laws. The1 internal rev
enue features will be added later, fin
f cases the specific duties have bfea
zed to advaforem nnd'a'itajemen
of :the exact per cent of ? red bcn fob
the various items has not yet been com-.
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The 0)i UTe -luces the revenue oy me
c'oaest estim ite tli'it can oemade
by about ,$53,000,000,-of' which- f 22r
250,000 come f.omtheextension'of the.
free list, $12,000'000 from woolens; 4
$11,000003 from sugar; 815JJ00.000
from earthen and glass ware ; nearly.
$2,000,000 from metals; $u0Q,000from
chemicals: $500t000 provisions ; $250-
000 from cottons; nearly; $2,000,001
hemp, jute, etc; and about $10,000,001
from sundries, u Some of the more' im
portant items are "pig iron and prou
kentledges duly reduced, from $7 per
ton to $0: steel railway bars, etc. weigh
ing not ; more than 23 pounds to the
yani, reduced from 17 ? to ii per ion.
The duty on saws, reduced from -40 per
cent, ad valorem to 10 per cent.: duty
on pen knives, pocket knive3 and ra
zors is reduced from 50 to do per rent,
ad valorem; on type metal from 20 per
cent to 15 per cent.;adr.!orem;n
cabin and house fnruitnre of wood fin
ished, reduced from 35 per cent, to 30
per cent.; round ir5n in coils and Tod
and rolled iron 1 ier'cent per pound ;
sheet iron 1 efiit per pound; I Uck tog
ger iroil 30 per cent; hoop iron T cent
per pound ; cat iron 0-10 ofv o cent
per lb, nails 1 cent per pound tacks
35 per cent per pound; anvils, anchors,
etc., 1 per cent per pound vnvets, etc
14 cent per pound; hammers, tubes,
sledges, axes, etc., 11-2 cnt per pound?
chains 2 per cent, per pound : hies 3o
per cenU in ots; 4-10 per cent per lb
Wire .aiid manufactures, thereof are left
unchanged, provided tl v no duty ex
ceeds 50 percent. Old copper clippings
one cent per pound ; copper inanufac
tured two cents per pound; lead 1-and
1-4 cents per pound, in sheets 21 cents
per pound ; nickel in ore -10 cents" per
lb:; zinc spelter two cents per Jb.; hol
loware 2 cents per lb.; machine need
les twenty per cent.
The entire wood schedule is subject
ed to dU per cent. duty; cotton yarn re
duced to do and 40 per cent ; bleached
linens to 2o percent.; other -yarns 25
sr cent cotton cloth to 40 ter cent.
Che duty tin the -various grades of su
gar ?s reduced1as follows : h rom; 2.75
to 1.50 per cent.; from 3 to 2 20 per
cent; Irom 3.50 to z.m per cent.
Starches are' reduced irt duty from 2
cents per pound to 1 cent per pound ;
the duty on rice cleaned is reduced from
2J to 2 cents per lb.; on uncleaned rice
from to 1 cents per pound ; raisins
were reduced from 2 cents to 1 j per ct.
per lb.; peanuts (shelled), from 1 cent
to I cent per IbT; mustard from 10 ctr.
per lb. to 0. As to woolen and worsted
cloths, shawls and all ' manufactures of
wool of every description, and having
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uoiii specinc ana aavaiorem nuties, tne
specific duty is taken off, and an adva
loren duty of 40 per cent, fixed The
specific duty is taken Off flanels; blan
kety hats of wool; knit goods,tc The
sbecific duty is taken from women's and
children's -dress goods, coats, linings,
calicos; cloths, etc.;-and the advalorem
duty raised froni 35 per cent to 40per
cent The specific duty of 40 per cent
is takeu off ready made clothes and the
ad valorem "only raised to 45per cent?
From cloaksdol mans, jackets, etothe
specific duty of 45 per cent, per pound
is removed, and the1 nd valorem raised
from 35 toi45 per -ceil t Brooms are
reduced from 25-td 20 per cent, adva
lorem banes and sticks from 35 to 20;
matchesfrom 35 t 23, gloves frqm,50
to;40, human hair from 35 to 20vbrace
lets, braids,-chains, etc:, from 35" to 25.
On marble, sawed,' dressed including
sjabs' arid paving f tiles, the duty is re-?
dbced ,f rom 1-10 to 1-5 per cent; pipes,
pipe bolls and smokers articles,;' not
special, reduced from lOper cent ajid 50,
on common clay" pipes from 35 to 25.
iteductions -are made in the rates of
duty on a great variety of other articles
chiefly articles nsed -in hqusepold and.
general consumption. - r - - -1 --The
free list is largely added to: A
niong the principal items beiiigTimber
in its various formsi. Salt, lax, straw,
hemp, iron or steel sheets; or plate or
taggers, iron; coated with tin or -lead
known as tinplates"terneiplaUs and
taggers tin. Ail nonHdutyable.raineralsf
but. which have been advanced in value
or condition by -refining Or griiiding or
by other process Jof m anu f acture. not
especially enumerated or provided for;
all eaKhs or days' un wrought or man
ufactured, China clay -or kaolin, opium;
crude, 'containing 9 per centum , and
over of. morphia 'for medical purposes
iron and' steel cotton ties or hoops : for
baling purposes, not thinner tl a 1 num
ber twenty wire gunge needhs s.wing,
darning;jrfnd .knitting, and :alt others
not 1 specially enumersited br provided
for in this act; copper imborted in form
of osregulus"of black or coarse cop
per and eopper cetoeht V;ali coppertit.
only !fbr! raanufaettfrei"nickleim Ore
rvinttm. rr nlian'ittnlA f Amm tnnl
ifof; consurabtion Hn? the intimon. A
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of iron, or chromm ore; mineral sub-Ithi
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"iTiil-i ' " 'L"" 11 r "J lrV.. a M i .' II ' mm
revenue question t outsiie, ' "said th.
chairman" or the i 3tf ajp3 Mean:
Coramittj yejterday ' nd faftll hMp.
iii r: sejiatetiiieasurefforHhat;- Ve,
Intend to ha);e a iiil on that ubjelti
Tt'ruay be"appiaed irftlfeHouse U
the ireueral -bill, but that I ani uuaoie
(vill be reduced aUut $55,OOO,0tK).ua 1
in sucn a way inai me uiuiuiiiiuiunug
WABiiiiiciTON.- Mar-c-li 6. The J5em-
ocratic mejnbersof the,Ways;ahUMeatil
committf o to-day submitted. th6.isterna.l
fetenue tUl.to the.full-jcommitec. The
bill repeals taxes on manuiacturea cnew
ine tobaecbf mokihjr tobafceo and stf nfl'r
and special taxes on .deal era and all taxes
on dealers1 in, leaf tobacco- A special tax
of $3 per annum is raifntainVd art nianu-
facturers, oricigarsf-amt i3RBUUay oa
dealcislri itobacc, J'ourtecu sections 1
the bill dlawith administrative features
of thd intei nkl eve!iue law and repe-. 1?
the burJetsoine,aad.cl n xious features.
The reduction is estiraated at f25,QOO.0oq
in mc ays, Hiiu jieans cuiuuiipictr jir.
Reid leading the minorityaidiejj ppon
whaf the bilJjs were based and upon wliat
aithority fthe m jority committee had
prepairedl thetii. 5118 said ; ,tbat.n
s ich bills had been, introduced in. o
fte llouse.f.and lie . wanted' tcr"know
where J4ho icomrbitd got that?i;Inf
reply; v it, Hvas said aW they ha , the
President', imessaire and various t)ill8
Oefoxe thejn1nbonWhicIi: to' Mse thei"f
bills. " -A--J . K a
All Happily Endsd.
-Dr.-D.,C (Atkinson, of Chester. C,
cassed throUirh the city last night with
i his br.de,-MisI Littfe" whosersupposed
aiarnaee wnn a younz man numeu
Mintz, a few days previous to her mar
riage wiili MrtkfaS&ifha3 created
so much 'talk. Dr. Atkinson'' ag dbeen
in Gaffney investigating tAe matter and
says thi he is ;rnUy convinced of ther
trothfiioess, o his wife's statement,
ohe stotty avers5 that the'tiHelged
marriage. withiMintz-neYer took place,
and- thaUhe got tip tbefrcpoput!o
jealousy merely i to, injure her in' the
eyesof Dri Atkinson. "O'urGaffney
city correspondent sr.ys tliat the people
there commend 'Dr.' Atkinson's course
in the ia&iiei.JIuniotte Chi ankle of
What- ought to be done to the man
that .'goi such a cruel story into the
Tribute, of Eespsct,
At a meeting of the Miranda Parmers
Club on Saturday last, the following pre
amble and resolutions were- adopted:
. . Wliereas, It has pleasedjAlmighty Qod
in "his vise ; Providence ..to . remove from
our Club our beloved member and broth
er; Mr. Chalmers S.'Shoaf. in the pr'me
of Jife, who was" a kind husband; a ten
der and: loving father, a good neighbor
and useful c;tizeu' of the community .
'Tkhi&r6'etire&:i That we bow In
humble submission, to the will of God iu
removing him from our midst, believing
our loss'to be his eternal gain. -.
. ResolvfzJL, That tender our sympathy
and condolence . to the family of our de
ceased brother, and they be 'furnished, a
copy of these resolutions-r-and that the
Carolina Watchman be requested to, pub
lish tbesame. ; s itA J..
Re9otved. That these, proceedings be
spread on our minutes.,
-New Yorjc, Ma,rcli 5. -Tbrere was a
heavy decline in cotton this "'morn in g
causing much eicitement.' ' At 1 p. m.,
tbe failure of King &'Co., was announ
ced, adding 1 to the excitemetit FAt 2
p. m., another failure was reported and
a semi-panic preyafled1 f4?"r
-Nswi To,March;lThe eptire
block bouncjed by Lexington aud Third
Avenues and 41 and 42 streets, was to
tally, destroyed by fire this" afternoon,
causing af loss' of $750,000'' u - -
Does the EarthTieaUy Hotfe? J-
piScience,says tfiat it d6es,"but ,Wo.' cau
not help wondering somethues if, there
isn't some mistake kbout it, wTfcn we See
now stubbornly ceftata old foea cling
to their musty . and -v antiquated -ideas.
It was believed puce that consumption
was incurable, and although it has been
clearly ilemonstratedjt Hat it is not,ihQus-
uai uiu-iuue puysicians closer meir
eyes and put theirs hands Wtheir ears
and reftise to abandon the theory.; But
for all that the world moves onana Dr.
Pierce's Golden JdedicaLDiscoverv : con-:
ttnues to rescue suffers'ffomrconsum'p
tlrea' graves. It is sUre , cure for
tms .dreaded disease; if takeUJ in timer
All scrofulous diseases and consumption 1
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is inciuaeaan uie list yiela to it.
'Xt.i merrymaking m Hillsboro'Ohio,
stTueSMla evening week; two young
girls dressed :as ghosts burst in upon the
party. Fourjoung ladies "fainted and
two: of themr-Miss.Dora; E. Akins and
Lizzie Qanejt -hopelessly lost their rea
son. : t - .
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STORE
fT ! KEEPERS, .-v-..i ,
I Euarantee'Shriner's Indian Teftntrtirls
10 uesiroy ana experworms irom the hu
man body, where ther exist. if used." ac-
!ord!ne to directions. Yotr- ara author.
ized to seli i t npop the bove condiMon5.'
of. tha Brides "nn.re.iitx 7tlrW T-
Rowan Davis,-J.P Mr. William F. Sut-
iloose, f Rwan,4- ?
j - v J -uvwuig-jut
I ,ttB.,ora?ttWrs. re-
waens tn lexas. nas returned to I hum
N.rr;biw,U-.,;i iin-itZ TJl
rndustriesUrthe ciuUry -wilfltyrnofntfTst
n In tais pJaTel March, 7th Fannie BelL
rJefant chiloVof D. L.&. Annie eg,
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t.t - djii. erngeir-
Jsulted in 0 'conversions. His "sr rvW
were largely attended by eager hearers.
Consumption, and Wastinp: inthildrcii
Scotts uinulsiou uf :-lure!CiVLivfcr
able footl aud medi;iue. itreafes sn
appetite for food, streiigthebs tlte nprvcAiS
system, and builds up the Wdy. Pl&iei
read : I tnet Scott's Emulsion On ; a
had given up. Since he began using the
Emulsion hlsf CcfUglr has fefiscd,-gaintHl
y eanj ;ftTiaf rBeeDf l!r-Hop1taheerv
fpr the past twenty years, an; nevfer
vetaseq any preparation5 with 4renter
faction.'' John Sculivan, Hospital
Steward, Reform SchooITMbrganfii, Pa;;
'i , X 7'a i''81"1 I--4
"'Blntni jstill leads amonsr Repablicansfol
t!ielje:islaturepf Jlassw thouh his Utter
has unset them Kndlr. Sherman la"" n
:iina. Hie 1
Democrats are out ' and out
A bsol utely Pu re.
Tills powder nerer varies. A, marvel ot pr;t
strength, nod wliolrsomencss. More economtoal
tlian tue ordinary kinds, --and cannot b soul It
competlUoo with the multitude ot low test, iliort
w-ijjht, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only lr
eaa8.KoTAL Bakinu Powdkr C0..10C Wall s. K.
For sale bv Bingham & Co., Young & Bos
Ulnrapd N. P. ifurpl-.y. !
Class Jn 'Sight Singiig.
'Having been requested to teach Sight
Singing, I am now organizing a Class,
and request those who -desire to enter to
apply at once. Terms given on applica
tion. LINDA LEE RUMPLE.
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 16, 1888. 17f4w.
Mauch S. j
potton market corrected weekly? by
BOYDEN & QUINN, j
tton, good middling, 9 :
Country produce marlcet corrected by
tf5 v JULIAN & WATSOX: !
Corn, new, ,
Flpur, country family,
WheaW $1.00 $
Cop ntry bacon, hog round,
Butter.! . --.,. , -
. 9 10
15 (& 20
Iris li potatoes, good,
do.' t I do. do seed,
Of Real Estate.
IF NOT SO;.D PRIVATELY BKFCjRE
April 8, 1333,1 will sell to "the higficst
bidder at the Court JInse door, the house
and lot now occupied by Mr. Thos. Harri
son, on Lec street, liouse with 5 rooms,
nil i in! rnrl -vr.n;r T.nf- 50200t well
In f the yard. Wid aUo ae.'l at ft he
same: tune and place, one bcautiiul buald-
in loton Council street; 85x195 fet.
For particulurs apply to 1 - j
20:3tt) i - .... J. M. UADEJ?.
In obedience to an order of the Supe
rior CpUrt of , Catawba county, made in
the case Of Susan S. Trolliner, Adrajj. of
MiB-lTrollinger ts R. II. Trollinger ftnd
others,? I will resell . on the premises? at
12b'clock M.,! on Saturday, the 7th flay
of April, 18S3, that valuable tract of land
known j as. the Chunu place, adjoining
Thomas Hyde and others on the W.j N.
C. jit, R. two miles east of Cleveland!, in
th county of, Rowan containing Ilol
acres,' more or less. .
'' Termis of sale: The purchaser to pay
20!per cenW cash the balance on a credit'
of sitf months. The purchaser to pive
bondt with approved security. Titlc?re
taihed until nil the purchase money? is
Eajd, (The bidding .will begin at three
unared dollars. I
i'jaTTHAV 3 TUnT.T.lVfiPl? f
Adm'x ot JU. 15. lrolunger.
March 5. 1888.
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A Full-aad Comnlete Line nf Tmnnh,i 1
xoodklw "y. Spring Tradei cohsisttn?! of I
'renci-D-lis,b sad Scotch i coods ofs all
colors. . An unsurpassed Hoeof Ttmiseiins.'
ln j..JriL .1 . . f
"ae up in the Best
.". lurausnu examine my stock
arfnii.'y will we M.t once that j
f EfilP Tilt BEST IN TrtETiK
HoUf" Instioora frontin' onlnnis tr.
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lor Cleveland: '" ' ' 1"
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W. L. DOUGLAS
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The only fiufe calf $3 Seamless Shoe in
the world marie iritheat tacks or .-nails.
As stylish and .durable as tho3 costing
$5 or $6, and havincr no tacks or nails to
wear the stocking or hurt the feet, makes
them as comfortable and well-fitting as a
hand sewed shoe. Buy the best. None
genuine utiles stem pea on bottom ,y.;
L. Douglass $3 Shoe, warranted.1
W. L. DOl (iLASSil SHOE, the oridn
and only hand sewed welt $4 sho' "xvoict;
equals custom-maae snoes xosting ironi
$0 to t9. . - 4
W. L. DOUG LA S $1.50 SHOE is nraex
Cellcd for heav-; .wear.
Y. U D0 t(iLAS 2 SHOE is worn .'.by
all "3dy" I, and is the best school shoo in
All the above goods are made in Con
gress, Button and Lace, ,aud if not sold
by your dealer, write Wi L. DOUGLAS,
Bockton, Mass. - - .. . .
M. S. BROWN. Agent, Salisbury. U
10 toe More
f 'EAR THE
To Buy Cheap Goods.
Dave Julian & Watson
Are dccfciedlr in" the leI -with low pnci-s
and honest goods. Their retail department is
full of bargaius, and their line of
Dress Goods, Shoes, Do
mestics, Hats and
A's", Lace GIotcs. Iloisery, Embroideries.
Handkerchiefs. Neck. Wear. Blankets, Comforts,
Counterpins. Flannels, Table Linens, liouse
Furnishing (Goods,, ic, ic. s
IJ.-non, Lard, Fugar and Coffee. Salt and
Flour, in short a foil line of ,GHOCKUIES:
The above .and a doicn other? besides , are
tlc ytocksthey or at . figures vhkh : make
'erery article a bargain. -'
They buy and sell Country Prodijce, Hide.",
Pones. Old Iron, Wool. LooseX'otton. kc, kr.
They are also agents for tho most jibpuhir
brands of -
In short, at their Store you can get what
eTer you want at bottom prices. All they ask
is a chance to prove what they say.
JULIAN & WATSON.
Is now Receiving His
Fall and Winter Stock Of
Direct from the Northern Iflarkets,
And will be pleased to see' bis custormers bej
' fore purchasing elsewhere.
A ad all othti kinds of Gaods kept in a pen.
ral stock, will be spld at prices to suit the
GALL AND EXAMiNE MY STOCK.
Bob White and Crystal
Roller Mill Flour of
the best quality.
JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED BAR
RELS OF FRESH VIRGINIA LIME FOR
expect all persons who have given ma
Mortgages on their crops to bring me their cot
ton when it U ready for sale. '"" s" !i k ' '
11. J. HOLMES.
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TO TAX PAYERS.
Please lue uie at the followinc named
-times and places : .-
Franklin Aca.lemy, Thursday, March 1
Unitv; IJailv Stre,
Scotch Irish, Mt. Vernon, Friday
Mt. Ulla, Sheirill's,
At well. Enot hville,
Litaker and Lmrkc.
; t Monday,,
Bostians X Uoads, Monday
Gold Hill Tuesday,
Morgan, Old P.ace, . Wednesday
Providence 44 ?
Salisbury, - Thursdav. 1
i-1 hope every one will nav bv the iStU f
March, and ave me the unpleasant duty of
advertising its toe Uv rcqaires me to do.'
Feb. 10, w ;0,C. KRIDER,
Sheriff of Rowan count v.
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Br SO GOME
The above is the solution to our Puzzle. Tim
Judges found that Sirs. Viele, Miss Jennie SuIIi
van and 1 Miss Bessie Keen of Salisbury, and Hisi?
Mattie EIuiUer of Mount Holly, guessed nearest
all being the ' same, thib
awarded! the jprize to ilts. Viele.
: : Will
A MS SPRING STOCK
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MD WILL SELL THEM WW
Miss Fannie bhober, Mis Bessie KcenMrs ;
F. Ross, ttlrsl Robt. M.
Smith, Hermjin Heilig
There bemr so manv
the aboveipersons, meet
March 2(th,;at 4 o'clock
decide who receiver it.
ca re and judgment a
vxniie ana see us
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forget your knitting.
1S io trp
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7 - - ;x"s
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- :;i.,- - DRY .GOODS, , .
tvt A.Tisr ttvi
jOtlges, bjxlrawing straws
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chnf in flin o Knrn o nbwnr
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correct, Mammic; G.! White,'
Davis. Mrs. VielcrJ. F
and Lloyd Swicegood.
at our store on Moil
and the conMitteo
by the larger
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4TE3T STYLES MD LOWEST PRICES,
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