THURSDAY, FEB. 7,-1889
Mr&. R. M. Payne is visiting friends at
Winston. - : - I '
Dr. John McAdeu, of Charlotte was in
toWn Monday. f
Mrs. Charles Price has returned from a
vssit to northern cities, J
Court at Stiitesville this week. .The
Salisbury bar is represented. " ,
Go to I. Blumenthal & Bro. for good
and cheap goods? Cole's building.
Court Commences one week from next
Monday, Judge Brown on the bench.
X good turn out is requested and ex
1 pected at the Mayor's office to-ulghi.
From present indications the electric
; light system
wilK soori be established
The Grand Lodge of Knights jof Honor
will meet in anuual session' at
Mr. Wm. Lipe has a Berkshire pig 3
months aud I G days old that weighs 91
pounds. Who can beat it? j . s
The new Presbyterian chapel on Lee
street was opened for services last Surr
day. There! was a good attendance. J
The Grand Lodge of North! Carolina
Royal Arcanum will hold its annual
meeting in Salisbury-some time in June
Snext. ' ". .
"Skipped by the Light of thje Moon,"
the funniest pf all funny plays,' wilf be at
vMerouey's Hall on next Wednesday
! The sewing machine business is being
worked through this section for all its
work. The Singer and Davis; especially
are represented by energetic agents.
It is said that gambling is being carried
on systematicajly here, right juuder the
noses of officers of the law, bui it seems
that they can not catch up with the vio-
, lators. .
f- I Mr. Joe' McXeely's smilin counten-
ande beams from the deliveryjwiiidow of
i bur Post Office, he having accepted a po
sition in that department of Uncle Sam's
public institutions. 1
: Rev. J. T. Gattis, of Durham, a colpor
teur for the State, appointed by the
North Carolina Conference, preached at
therMethodist church here last Sunday
, 'morning and evening. '
,i Iklr. J. B. Jjanier has added further, to
his machine shqps and foundry, a first
class and latest improved! saw mill.
Logs are being hauled in largs quantities
. every day to this mill. I
Capt. McBee spent a day here this
week. His road, the Western, is now
the bob ton railroad of the South; due in
great measure to the superentendcy be
inz in the hands of Cant. McBee.
Mr. P. H. Thorarwon. who sustained a
painful wound at his shops a
agOi we are pleased to note
alone verv well, ahd will be able to at
tend to business before a great while. ,
Mr. Will Young who has been con
ieced with the' W. N. C. R. R. for Sev-
eraf years in the western part of the
State, was married at Jarrettt's on Jan.
22d to Miss May Queen, ofSwaiu county.
j Washington 1(N. C.) Gazette says: Ser-gcant-at-arms,
D. R. Julian, of the House,
is a 'model officer., and one of the most
popular men we know. He has served
several terms and will likely get the
office as long as he desires.
j Two hundred looms have been erected
at the cotton factory, and seventeen of
them are in operation, the rest .will be
started as soon as material can be made
ready for their work. Everything works
smoothly and the looms are turning out
very nice cloth.
i Messrs. Barker & Hughes, Agts., have
moved their office to the one formerly
occupied by Mr. Abbott just Tabove the
Post Office. They will have an exhibit
L tion to-morrow and next day of one of
- the most antiquated sewing machines we
. have ever seen. Go and see it.
The Rowan Academy Alliance, No.
'1383, at a meeting .held last Saturday,
l unanimously passed the following resolu
! tion: "Owing to the advancement in the
price of fertilizers, Resolved, that we,
the members of said Alliance, use as little
as possible unless the manufacturers will
sell it to us at a reduced price."
We learn that Mr. Lee Wright, who
has just obtained his license to" practice
law, passed an excellent examination and
'. came through with much honor. This
speaks well for Mr. J. W. Rumple, who
prepared Mr. Wright for examination.
Mr, Wright was sworn in before Judge
Brown at Statesville, yesterday.
As will be seen by the report of -the
Chamber, ot Commerce, temporary organ
ization meeting heldo last Thursday
-; 'night, air business men and mechanics
whaare citizens of. Salisbury are eligible
to membershin. There should be such a
; turnout to the meeting to-nfght that the
meeting will have to be held in the Court
House for want of room.
!' Mr. W. Bdel and Mr. M. Preston, of
Detroit, Mich. Mr. Buell i connected
with the Detroit Free Press and is writ
ing up his trip. Mr. Preston was a pris
oner of war and confined in the prison
here. Every filing looks very much chang-
;) ed to him now with the exception of the
; told pest house (now occupied by Bishop
v ; Moore, Col).; where he was confined for
i some time with small pox. The gentle
st i men ar5 making the trip from Michigan
report it very pleasant trip thus dr.
a ne organization o a liv Chamber of
commerce in Salisbury meens, that our
town is going to keep up witli the times
ind not let other towiu in-the neighbor
hood whir!) nr m nnli om11. -
i ouiaiict iiuu iuucu
less advantageously situated leave her
behind In population; internal improve
ments, and every thine else that makes a
first class city. It lies entirely with us
what Salisbury shall be in the future and
every one that wants to see her get out of
the old rnt, should help along this organ
isation by their hearty co-operation. Go
to to-night's meeting at any rate;
' . Country BalL
There is to be a Country Ball at the
Boyden House on the night of the 14th
of this month, exclusively for the County
Boys and Girls, at which time there- will
be a "break down" match between a
brother and sister who are said to be tha
finest dancers in the State.
Spectators will be admitted for a small
A meeting of the North Carolina Board
of Pharmacy will be held in the city of
Ralejgh on Wednesday, Feb. 13, for the
examination of such candidates for li
cense to practice pharmacy as may ap
pear. Persons interested may address
the secretary of the board, William
Simpson, Raleigh, for further informa
Charlotte Racket Store.
jjir. xu. Jul. JJavis of Unariotte JN. u.. m
his advertisement in .another column
calls the attention of the readers of the
Watchman to the exceedingly low
prices at which he is offering goods of all
kinds; his sale of harness which will be
inaugurated on the first of March should
be remembered by all who need anything
in that line. Read his prices.
. A Cyclone of Merriment.
Fowler & Warraington's Company will
produce the famous laughter-provoking
farce-comedy, "Skipped by the Light of
the Moon." at Meronev's Hall on next
Wednesday evening, the 43th iust. The
Scranton (Pa.) Republican says of it:
"Perhaps the good-sized audience
which gathered at the Academy of Music
last night was as well satisfied with the
performance as. any which has ever lot
the Academy. For racy, fast aud furious
fun. bkipped by the Light of tne iWoon7
eclipses anything presented here this
season. Tne fun commences when the
curtain ises and continues until it drops
on the last act. The piece is of a light
"comedy character, possession a clever
plot: but a brief outline of it would fail
to give an adequate idea of the humor
with-which it abounds or the pithy say
ings which again and again brought
down the house. The company are all
clever in their respective roles and there
is uot a stick in the cast."
Chamber of Commerce.
A meeting for the purpose of forming a
chamber of commerce was held at the
Mayor's office last Thursday night.
A temporary organization was affected
by calling Mr.'M. C. Quinn to the chair and
requesting Mr. J. R. WhichartHind C. G.
Viele to act as Secretaries. After
stating the object of the meeting Mr.
Quinn presented the following preamble,
signed by a number of citizens, which
was read and adopted as tho sentiment
of the meeting.
Whereon. Organization and unity of
action are indispensable to the full pro
tection and development of the Commer
cial, Mechanical aud Manufacturing in
terests of Salisbury; to the collection aud
preservation of statistical information
connected with these pursuits; to estab
lish uniformity in commercial usages of
this cityto decide upon and determine
all matters of dispute and differences of
opinion which may be submitted to its
arbitration, promptly and upon the most
tair and equitable principles, to promote
the general progress and prosperity o
the commuuity; to insure unity of action
in all matters, where interests of these
different pursuits may be affected, there
Eesolved, that we, the undersigned,! bus-
. Am m a
iness men, manufactures and mecnanics
of Salisbury, do form ourselves into a
Chamber of Commerce. ry
The following motions were made and
carried: That all business men and me
chanics who are citizens of Salisbury be
eligible as members of this body.
That the temporary organization be con-
turned and that a committee of five, of
which the chairman was to be one, be
appointed to draft a constitution and by
laws and formulate a plan of organi
zation and that they report to a meeting
to be held in the Mayor's office Thursday
night, Feb. 7th.
The chairman appointed the following
committee: Theo. Buerbaum, J. D. Mc-
Neely, Eugene Johnson, Theo. Kluttz
and M. C. Quinn. On motion the meet
THE CONVENTION HELD AT RALEIGH
' THURSDAY LAST.
Raleigh, Jan. 31. The sheriffs of the
State met at noon to-day. Present, sher
iffs, Rogers of Wake, . Smith of Vance,
Markham of Durham, Barnard of Curri-
tock Sutton, of Lenoir, Fisher of Cum
berland, Rogers of Granville. Kniglft of
Edgecombe, Tucker of Pitt, Hamilton of
Alamance, Kearney of rranklm, Als
brook of Halifax, Crowell of Wilson, Rod
well of Warren, Currie of Moore, Smith
of Richmoud, Clark of Bladen and
The fee bill was taken up and discuss
ed. It was resolved to ask the legisla
ture to allow sheriffs in addition to regu
lar fees 5 cents per mile for all miles
traveled over two miles in execution of
their duties. Motions also prevailed that
the Code beamended so as to allow sher
iffs two dollars per diem and all ucees
sary expenses in taking prisoners from
one county to another and to allow thirty
cents for summoning each regular juror
and ten cents for juries summoned other
wise. The convection appointed the follow
ing committee to draft petitions into
form to be preseuted to the legislature:
Rogers, Kearney, Smith, Markham and
Fisher. The convention adjourned sine
!ie.. : ""
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Chiraw & Salisbury Bailroad.
Lat week Mecklenburg county voted
on giving $100,000 to a road; from Char
lotte to Sanford and the measure was de
feated. Stanly county was willing to
vote $100,000 to get'the road but the ac
tion of Mecklenburg has killed it. Stan
ly county is desirous of getting a road to
run somewhere through her territory",
and if the Cheraw & Salisbury should
now make a move to continue that road,
Stanly would contribute her j $100,000 to
build it and Rowan would give another
$100,000. Ta is is a good opportunity for
the owners of the Cheraw & Salisbury to
seize upon; their road now docs not pay j
the interest on its bonds and is not likely
to do so unless the road be built to Salis
bury. Puch a road would give Salisbury
a direct route to Charleston j and would
open up to the latter city the trade, of a
goad section of North Carolina.
We wtfuH like to hear what our con
temporary the Stanly Observer has to
say about this, for it is in a position to
know the wants arid the disposition of
the people of Stanly county. Cheraw S.
C.) keyorter. -
Neighbor, we explain. Nothing per
haps lies nearetf the hearts of we Stanly
people than the desire for a railroad.-We
meditate upon it by day andby night.
Some of U3 have done all we could to get
a railroad except to pray for it. We
would hail with delight a railroad com
ing from any direction. The road you
suggest is the shortest, cheapest, "and
most natural route for Stanly. But, per-
tect your plans liro, before you start.
Our people are sore on this question,
xney nave Deen "monKeyed" . with so
much recently. Stanly stands ready.
willing and anxious to vote a $10o,000 for
a railroad, but she is surfeited on wind
work, and she will no longer take stock
in uncertainties. Slanlu Observer.
! Here now, this subject of a railroad
At t ll 11 a
luruugn me goia mines ana gold veins
in the eastern part of Rowan, via Gold
Hill, via Albermarle, in Sta.nly county
and to a more direct connection with
Cheraw and the sea coast at Wilmington
and Charleston, comes up- again for the
consideration of the county of Rowan
and the town of Salisbury. What wil
they do now? It has been some years
since Rowan voted on an appropriation
for this project and refused to make one
T" A A m A .
was a great mistake, snail it be re
peated? We think the time has come
for Rowan to re-consider her action on
a 1 m - , mi '
in is sunject. ine railroad proposed
would be worth a great deal to her far
more than the interest on $100,000, and
she is sullen ng loss losing vantage
ground- every day she neglects to ira
prove her opportunity. Read the follow
idg letter ou the subject :
Charlotte, Is. C, is a live town, it has
four or five railroads, which has caused
its prosperity, and sne is trying to get
several more. Miss Charlotte knows the
value of these great "builders up of waste
places," nence her desire tor more rail
: oausoury nas oniy two railroads and
appears at present to be content, and
waiting for some Risley or Bilheimer to
bring her another, road. If she expects
these worthies to do for heV she will wait
until doom's day.;ve fear. She has now-
one of the finest, if not the finest, oppor
tunity of any town in Jsorth Carolina
for a lxiyinq tthorl railroad. Miss Char
lotte would jump at it if she had such an
opportunity. Her newspapers would
blow it and her people would get some
one to build it, with their assistance.
A;n air line from Salisbury to Rocking
ham is about Go miles passing- through
"Rowan, Stanly, Montgome' v and Rich
mond counties to Rockingham, on the
Carolina Central railroad, would traverse
as fine agricultural country as is in North
Carolina, and the road could bring to
Salisbury annually thousands of bales of
cotton raised in Stanly, Montgomery,
Richmond and Anson counties, most of
wk'ch now find a market in Charleston,
Si C. With this road buijt'uearly every
bale of this cotton would be manufac
tured in North Carolina. The quality of
this cotton is superior to much of the cot
ton now manufactured by the North Car
i This road would also pass through a
rich mining section of the State replete
with fine water powers, timber &c. &c.
This road would bring much travel and
ttade to Salisbury, from the counties
through which it would pass.
At Rockingham, the southern terminus
there are half a dozen cotton mills, which
would reach the markets of the West.
over this road and the Richmond & Dan
ville System, with their products. Salis
bury can not afford to let this golden op
portunity slip by, for this section, now
entirely without a railroad, is going to
have a road in the near future, "and
don't you forgetit," and Salisbury may
hot be the terminus. Already Charlotte
is looking at it with "longing eyesv'-' but
her proposed road would not seek for the
best of the section which the above
named road would penetrate. The right
sort of effort ought to" induce the" Rich
mond & Danville System, which is
stretching out its arms, in many laudable
enterprises of this sort, to take hold of
this short road and build it soon. People
of Salisbury bestir yourselves. Get the
Richmond & Danville folks interested
and secure the prize before it is two
late. Trnly Yours,
Richmond Stanley Montgomery Esq.
t Wheat is looding very bad
j The farmers are going ahead preparing
their corn ground.
That wedding has not come of yet,
but from all accounts will very soon.
We understand that we are to have a
Presbyterian church at Cleveland soon.
f: We had a boss spelling match at Cleve
land Academy on last Friday night,
and we challenge any school in the coun
ty for a race.
The Nash County Farmers' Alliance
has passed a resolution in condemnation
of the homestead law. 1 They ask for its
unconditional and speedy repeal. To all
questions there arc two sides to every
shield, and the homestead law is not
without some good points, and is not
destitute of warm defenders. The Star
long ago gave it as its opinion that it did
more harm than good, and, like bank-
t upt laws, was a shelter for rogues and
rascals. Wilmington Star.
A copy of "Ben Hur" loaned to some
friend last vcar. Please return it to its
owncc,, J. '31. WILEY.
T. K. BBCITKir, EDITOR, H ALUS n, H.
The Stanley Freehold Gold llines. i
At the recent meeting of this company
the chairman alluded to the difficulties
that the company- had to encounter last
summer, wheu, as the outcome of extrava
gant and wasteful management at the
mines, the directors had to face the fact
that the bulk of the capital had been ex
pended without any tangible result. At
that time the company owed a consider
able amount both in America and . in
England, and it became necessary to is
sue some ou.uuu I penerence snares, the
whole of which it now appears have been
taken up and allotted, with the excep
tion of a small balance of 2,000 shares.
With the money so raised all the debts of
the company have been paid off, and op-
erations at tne mines, wmcn came to a
standstill in May last, have been resumed
and it seems assured that within a few
months the extensive "hydraulickine"
works which the com Dan v is entrae-wi in
erecting will Incompleted and at work.
t is, of course, to be regretted that the
expectations and estimates of the former
manager have been so disastrously falsi-
nea, but uniortunateiy t his is no uncom
mon thing in mining, for it is estimated
that fully one-half of the mines which
fail would prove successes were it not for
the utterly incapable administration thev
receive at tne nanas oi tne miuiug "cap
A At . m w
tains" and managers who are sent out to
The control of the engineering depart
ment is now placed in excellent bands.
Mr. Hambly was, we understand, for
many years confidential agent to Messrs.
John Taylor and Sons, of Queen-street
place, and has had a great deal of expert
encc in gold mining in India, South
America, Africa, California and other
parts of the United States. He has the
reputation of being not only a very clever
and thoroughly capable engineer, but
also a gentleman of the highest honor
and integrity. The financial department
is in tne careful control of Jlr. II. A
Judd, who has already affected, as stated
above, a very considerable economy in
theworking expenses. With two such
men at the head of affairs. Stanly share
holders have undoubtedly excellent pros
pects or success.
wuiie tne watchman is on record as
to the Stanly Freehold, and has no rea
son to change an iota from that record
yet it is pleased to see that the manage
mcnt has been changed, perhaps for the
better. It is pretty well understood that
it could not have been much worse than
under the auspices of the former. Mr
Hambly is a young man and has much
to learn so far as the successful operation
of a gold mine in North Carolina is con
cerned. , He has the finest opportunity
for demonstrating his skill, both practi
cal and scientific, that has been accorded
to any man in the State for many years
He will either make or ruin his reputa
tion in this year of grace, 1889. The
Watchman wishes him ample success.
THE SAM CIIRISTIAN.
Work is being conducted here ou a
large scale, under Mr. Hambly. He pro
fesses to have found what miners have
been delving for these many days, viz:
the mother lode on this famous old prop
erty. This is remarkable, if true. The
local press has but little to say of the
mine or the work being conducted there,
but Money, the London journal of inves
tors and speculators, keeps well posted
so far as matter is concerned, and from
that source the above item is obtained.
Mr. Hambly has his hands full, fuller
than most men could hold, judging from
his reported works.
CONCORD (OLD CROWELL).
We learn from a private letter that
this company had the misfortune to
lose their shaft house by fire on the
night of the 4tb. Loss resulting from
damage to. engine, hoister and boiler,
tools, fec, supposed to
be about $2,000
The Watchman hopes to again resume
its labors in the interest of the metal ifer
ous ores of the State, aud in that event
will endeavor to speak from a personal
knowledge of what is transpiring in min
ing circles in the State.
County Commissioners' Meeting.
C. C. Krider, Sheriff, reported to the
board that he had collected up to this
date $14,480 of the taxes for the year
1888, $5,150 of which has been paid to the
County Treasurer on the county school
fund, $5,000 paid on the general county
fund and $4,330 deposited in the bank to
the credit of the State.
On motion it was ordered that the
county pay the railroad fare for either
Dr. J. J. Su in merell, county Superintend
ent of Health, or T. J.Sumner, chairman
of the board, to Raleigh aud return for the
purpose Of atttending the State 3Iedical
J. F. Robinson,, bridge inspector, was
directed; to repair the embankment at
Grant's creek on the old Mocksville road.
The board received a communication
from the Board of Commissioners of
Davie county concerning the building of
a hridfre across the South Yadkin river
at a point near Foard & Lindsay's mill
which was ordered laid over until a
meeting of the Justice of the Peace of
The committe a'ppointed to audit the
County Treasurer's books reported that
they had found all in proper order and
correct, aud as follows:
To cash on hand last report,
" collected since,
By county Vouchers to FeU
1, 1589, . ;
By poor vouchers to Feb. 1, 1589,
To casn in .treasurers uus
Feb. 1, 18S9,
Twenty-five claims amounting to $298.:
48 were presented, approved and ordered
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MEETING i TO-NIGHT. DON'T
-. Bad Eoads.
"There is just one mud-hole between
my house and Greenville, and that reach
es all the way," is how Mr, J. R. John
son, of Contentnea, tells us of the con
dition the county roads are in.Grem
The roads are in a terrible condition.
We understand tliat $50 has inst Wn
spent on thecross wayat Stevens's bridge.
vuib w nureo iuan eycT.vitntonJUauca
Talk with whom vou mav nn 1,A lin.
ifir!llS?y and a11 are agrepd about one
tbing?We want a business Ssessioa of the
xcgisiaiure ana a good road law. Cor.
ureensooro ratrtot. u. , ..
The road svstem is not what. It. cYimtt.i
be. It is rotten. ,Wc have the in pan est
country roads in the civilized worlds
Oxford News. ' - . ?
On Feb. 3d. 1889. at the resident f
the bn e brother, bv W. A. C! L,nrl .11
q., ivoien, LA?e isasinger to Miss Bar
oara u. u. uanup. all of Morran tovrn-
snip, Kowan County. a
Litigants and witnesses in all eivil ac
tions triable at February term of Rowan
Superior Court, are notified that the civil
docket will not be called until Wednes
day morning of the first week, and no
witnesses in civil actions will be allowed
to prove for attendance before that time
i J. M. I1UUAI1,
Clerk Superior Court.
Feb.16, 18S9 16:-t.
rTUIE ATTRACTIONS of the Racket
-- with our new stock rolling in daily, are
very much more than usual. Recent heavy
purchases warrant us inlaying we never
offered so many inducements to buyers as
we shall offer lor the Spring Trade. On
Maish 1st we shall inaugurate a sale of all
kinds of harness, embracing everything in
n W fins stor.k suited to the wants of
the farmers, liverymen, and all parties
using harness, saddles, bridles, collars
whins, &c, embracing about 2.000 sets of
first-class harness, single and double. 1 his
sde will continue until May the 1st, ana
offers the best opportunity to buy first-class
harness for a small amount of money ever
offered it. Charlotte. We arc selling mer
chandise to meet the wants of our trade.
and as merchants, know no reason why we
should hesitate to handle any.and all lines
in which we can save money to the con-
sumers. nic saving oi iiiiwummn
three thousand s-ets ol harness amounts to
... 1 It Tl. J - III A
bix tnousanu amiars. iin?uic oc
more than that to consumers of harness.
We will give you extended notice ot tlii
sale in due tunc. Ve have added in me
stock of the Racket 5,000 rolls of Wall
Paper, which we shall sell tor 6 cents per
roll and on. all nut up in double ro'ls, and
embracing the newest patterns made. We
expect to open and offer to our trade with
in the next ten days over two car loads of
slassand queen's ware, wlueli we propose
i offer at a great sacnhee, until the line is
closed out. Goods are rolling in now
lailv. and it will be next t an impossioil-
it v to give you an luea oi me nuimrcu
lines we are receiving. Two hundred
pieces Pacific Diagonals and Plain Wor
steds at the unheard ol prices ot in cents
per yard. 200 Vhs s, slightly damaged by
water, from $1.00 to $2 00 each, worth
three t:mes the money, uver ouu pieces oi
White Goods from 5 cents per yard up.
The 6nest line of Ham bums we Have ever
offered, and there is no such thiu as com
petition, with the pm e we give on tliese
tine goods, for the reason we bought this
at a price" very much Itelow the cost of im-
portation. One case r run oi uiuwumi
fl cens per vnrd. One case yard wide
bleaching at 8 cents per yard magnificent
foods. One case of bleaching, fully equal
to the Fruit, at 9 cents per yard. Une case
3-4 bleaching at 5 cents per yard. Filty
pieces ol Carpet jut added to our stocK
with 200 Rugs. Splendid line of Ingrain
Drowcts. all sizes. Felt Druggets Shelf and
Table Oil Cloths, makes our Carpet lie
partment one of the great attractions.
Prints of all the, latest shades.
E. M. DAVIS & CO.
Fell. 4, 1SS0. 10:ly.
SEND 15 CENTS AND GET
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Votice is hereby given, in accordance
with law, that the undersigned, and
nt.htrs. corporator, will apply to the
Tislature of N. C, for a charter, at its
coming session, to authorize the construc
tion nf water works in the city or Asne-
ville, to carry water into the Battery-
Park Hotel, and for other purposes, to tx
set out in the charter.
Jan. 7, '80. 12:1m. FRANK COXE.
Is hereby given that application will be
made to the Legislature, now in session,
for the incorporation of Christiana
church, in Providence township,. How an
couuty, on the Uoid inn roau leading
from Salisbury, and six miles from thi
By order of the Council of said Chris
i 9 if-
Uceb call on
Id all Cities, Towns and
Villages in the South.
J ALLEN BROWN Resident kzo!C. Salisbury N. O.
Seeds and Plan ts
Carefully selected Seeds
of the best quality. Write
for Prices and Descriptive
T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, RjMOND! K
If any dler Mys h hM tlMW. Im Tra
UM bottom, pat nun uwo m m tr
W. ! DOUGLAS
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mXJOO OENUIffK HANIV8KVVED MIOE.
140 HANIWtEWKU WKIT SHOK
83A VOLlCE AND FAKM Kfg SHOE.
-9M KXTRA VAI-UK CAIFMIOK. .
lUOud H1.7 HOIS SCHOOL SHOES
W. L. DOUGLAS
BMt MatarUI. Best Style. Bert Fitting.
U mot mM by yoor dealer, writ .
W. I'xtOUGXAS. BKOCKTON. MASS
FOR SALE BY
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4? Votrof Vlo and
f " Plants, Etc :
CATALOGUE of tested
Seeds, Novelties, etc, and
containing valuable infor
mation Mailed Free. 7
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Me. Owis II. BisHor (pupil of Dr. Jfrx,
Profter of Music mi Berlin Cnircrsit, ik1
Monsieur Benfiet of Purii) bu come from
England and cettled close to SalUbury, sad is
' prepared, to tans, regelate and repair Tiane
forte, Organs and Pipe Organs; Having had
fifteen ears' practical experience in England,
Ladiei and gentlemen, who wish tbeir musical
' instrument carefulljr and irjfularlT attenfJtd
to, ma reij upon h&Ting thorough and con
scienUuos work ione if they will kindlj furor
O. II. B. with their esteemed patronage. Liv
ing near town, no traveling expenses will be
incurred, and therefore the terms will te lo ;
. tiz : f i.SO per pianoforte, if tuned occasional
ly, or $6 for three tunings in one year. Please
apply for firth er particulars by postal card or
note left at this efRce. . - -. ' .
X. B. Scbamana say: " ft is the falsest
Mekr to allow anr nianoforte in rmi'i u. .
( tuned, as It ruins both instrument ami ear," '
. Salisbury, N. C, Jaik 9, 1SSD. '
Notice Is herr by ttiven that nn snt !iin-i
I tion will be ramie t4 the General Awmhly
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j the town of Salisbury. I s
By order of the lioartl ,of Corn's.
E. B NE.VYK, Mayor.
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