- Carolina Watchman.
THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1880.
Lent began yesterday; ' T -
Associate Justice Avery spent Sunday
here v', '':-":' ' - i , '." : -
V ; Chamber
!of Commerce meeting
n ght. p'.
The -, doctors report
m easel s about town.
several cases of
The alarm of fire has been given
but once during the winter.
There was a bij crowd in town cri
Saturday, and everything veijy lively.
x lyOimiiuiiiuii services win ie neiu at
rt : , r ...tn t . i i .
i ine rresDyicnaw cuurcu next ;ununy.
. 1 T 1 . I I 1 . ' -.
uur municipal election will- take place
- 4k!o nn tVinH. J . 1- -r ;
There i3a demand -for a better class of
residences herej, Such could be rented
t readily. j ' '
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Van Wyck left
Monday night for a two weeks visit in
; JNew ions. I
Mr. Blumentlml says ' "yojuan't bor
row any money now, because it is Lent."
The store of Mr. J. Z. Schujtz is being
very much "improved by the addition of
show widows. ' ! -
About all of the Radicals pvho could
raise the spondulicks attended the
auguration ou the 4th. . !
We learn from Rev. Mr. Bj rd that the
t'uiiuiiiuu ui jjir. uuudhii is natavoranie,
thiif he is not improving.
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. Democrats tike a back sept for -the
present. Four years will soon pass away
and they'll be head again- J
The bar cf Lexington met last Tuesday
and passed reseiutipns of rcspject to the
memory of the lateXuke Blaekiner.
.Regular' monthly meeting of the Y. M.
C, A will be held to-morrow (Friday)
evening in the Hall of the Association'
Mr. E.K. James the liv-erynian is hav
ing his 'bus 'handso'mly renovated pre
paratory to runuing it regularly to the
depot. . !
The store of Bx4ian and McCanless
presents a very neat an clean appear
ance! which will be duly appreciated by
-.our lady shoppers.
ir. van wyct nas ueen masing very
much needed improvements m his store
to make room for the extensive stock he
is now buying in New York, i
A party of not Jess than twenty-five
.from Ashcvlller passed -through town
Thursday night on their way to Washing
ton to attend the inauguration.
A-fashionable dress maker, of much ex
perience and! highly recommended by
Armstrong, Cator & Co., of iBaltimore,
will soon open ! ari establishment in our
town. . !
Ihc hquitable Life Insurance Cj. of N. York
has forwarJcd tlieir check toilocal agent, J. A.
Brown, for 1 2.460 to cor i'jwlicy of 10,
000 and profits 'held hy the late Lujce Black
mef, Esq. ! . .
Mr. D.L R. Julian, the efficient door
keeper of the House of Representatives,
nvuv uuuuuj n ilii ilia iuiuiiy ! Here A.
Hk Cherry, a member of the House
from Pitt Comity, accompanied him by
invitation. i I .
Mr. Peck of Franklin township exhil --
ited in Salisbury last Saturday three
very fineiirp weighing 19 pounds in all,'
caught in the Yadkin river with a hook
an.d Hne.j 'Let's go fishing.
Some one remarked the other dav, "if.
after trying every store in town you fall
to find what you are lookiug for just go
io v . Wallace s, and you will tre sure to
get it He kees everything."
The South bound train on the R & I).
.. .umuui " " nuurs laic, caused
by the rush at Washington; au exchange
says that one hundred train loads of peo
ple tried to get on one train at that place.
Mr. J. Ji. Lanier received and unloaded
seven car loads tin ea.hs last Thursday,
valued at six thousand dollars. This
what he expect to do -in the cauning
oubiness, besides his nuinorous other en-
In the future M. S. Brown intends
giving special attention to suits to order
by sample and guarantees satisfaction in
workmansliip, fit and price. His line of
spring samples is now open and is very
handsome throughout. Call and leave
The Editor of the Landmark Jn com
menting upon th'e effect produced by the
electrit? Horlif ivhn flraf f iir.no.1 : i.
Fre&yterian ehiirch at; Statesville said
in a soiled shirfi front. Joe evidontlv
- - . mf
The Episcopalian church is erecting a
i-uapei near the I fAUnn fiohirv w iora
services will be helit far th l.o-mflt
-tjie factory operatives, - The factory com
pany also proposes to build a place of
"ouilf vil llieir LTOUnrtH 1V h i will ha
free to all evangelical denominations.
One yvould judge from the stacks upon
"ks pi new goods unhiaded at the de-4
Pot for Salisbury since the first of Janu
ary, that our merchants need not go
orth this spriug, but they are going all
tue same and will purchase haudsome
Btocks.; Salisbury bas al ways sold more
goods than any other town to the size of
' ' l,ie country In, fact too much nt
inT - .? been na,d to merchandising
I uuiu recjeutly, not enough to mainl
TlieSalisbury gas company's charter
prnt na 1. X. . i . ... :
cur uaving run thirty years,
and another has been granted by the. Le
is!ature with an a Idiiional right to era
ploy electricity for lighting purposes and
- Religious services' were held in the
Episcopal chapel in the newnnrt of rnn
known as "Brooklyn " last fitm,W
aucHiouu-.uyitev; Mr. McKenzie. Ser
vices were also held in the Lee street
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Presbyterian chapel at 4 d. ra. bv Rpv
Dr. Rumple. Attendance at both iIima
places was very good. ;'
Editor Dowd of the . Mecklenburg
Times has a good word for Snliahnrv
After mentioning the different business
changes, the new Racket and other
stores, the cotton mill, the new buildings
iu tuui w ui erection, tne proposed elect
ee light and other plants, he says thai
Salisbury ia growing faster than anv
other town in the Slate.
Dr. H. T. Bahnsoh, of Salem was here
Tuesday. , lie was en route to Morganton
toatterjn a meeting of the board of Di
rectors of the Western- Insane Asylum.
The train .being several hours behind, the
doctor put in his time shaking hands
with friends. He has recently been ap
pointed a Director of the asvluin to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Win
J. Yates, Esq.
Henry Rice, of this county, surprised
his friends at J. II. Trott's sawinill, last
Wednesday. lie had a Walnut tree that
he wanted sawed into scantling. He cut
it down and made it ready for the mill,
ana mere being no wagon at hand to
haul it, got it on his shoulders and car
ried it over a hundred yards and dropped
it at the mill. The miller rewarded the
feat by declining to charge for sawinglr.
In f his ten n, this morning, Mi?. Nancy
mith,ged about 77 years. The de
ceased was the mother of Moses Arey,
who recently died in this place.
Building & Loan.
The annual meeting of this association
was held on the 23th of February. All
of the old oflicefswere re-elected. The
report of the Secretary and Treasurer
shows that 1125 shares have been taken
up to date; that about $37,000 have been
lomedou property worth $74,000, and
that the profits declared for the half yeaf
are at .the rate of 8 per cent, per annum
on the investments.
A Million Dollar Factory for Concord.
The "Kerr Bag Manufucturing Com
pany" has been incorporated in Concord,
and articles to that effect were filed in
the Superior Court Clerks office of Ca
barrus county, last Thursday. The cap
ital stock is one million dollars, with
the right of increasing it to two millions.
The plant is to be located near the pres
ent site of the OJell Manufacturing Com
pany, and -will, certainly eclipse any
thing of the manufacturing kind ever
attempted in the South. '
Chamber of Commerca.
At the. meeting of this body last. Fri
day night a letter was read from M.
Q tad, accepting the invitation of the
Chamber of Commerce to visiSalisbury,
and a committee of four consisting of
Tlieo. F. Kluttz. Win. Smithdeal. Theo.
Bacrbaura and M. C. Qui an were ap
pointed to receive him- and look after
him while here. -y
The committee appointed to confer
with Mr. O'Hara in regxrd to his pro-
pOF'ed college reported and it was stated
that Mr. O'Hara had had ar charter drawn
and sent to Raleigh to be acted upon at
this sitting of the Legislature. A resolu
tion was unanimously adopted tendering
to Mr. Key, of Statesville, the well wishes
fit the body and their hones of Jiis per
manently locating, in Salisbury. After
the transaction of other business the body
adjourned until to-night.
County Cominissionera Meetin.
The Bjard of County Commissioners
met on Monday, and the following busi
ness was transacted: .
C. C. Krider reported that he had col-
ected $1890 of the taxes for the year
333 since the 4h of February and de
posited the same in the banks of Sali's-
It was 'ordered that C. C. Krider,
(sheriff), be allowed until the 1st Monday
in April to settle the county and school
taxes for the year. 1838.
A. M. B rown keeper of the poor house
reported the average number of paupers
for the month of Teb. 1S39 to be 19-
7 Whites-12 Xegroes.
J.M. Horah C. S. C. reports the follow
ng named prisoners in the County Jail
y be hired out:
Sam Hudson (col.) for GO days, Henry
Calloway (col.) for 4 mouths, Giles Heilig
col.) for 4 months.'
It was ordered upon petition that a
hew public road be laid out in the Wes
tern portion of the County, commencing
near the old Toll House on tha ijtates
ville and Salisbury road and at the Cor
porate line of the towa of Cleveland on
condition that every one over whose
land this road U : to pa shall sign a
right of way for such raid and file a bond
to keep said road in good order for seven
I Upon pefitioa it was ordered that a
public road be laid out in Mt. Ulla town
ship commencing at a point on the Sher
ill'sFoard road near John K. Goodmans
on tne same conditions as above. "
At Davidson College, Wm. J. Flemius.
March 5, of pluro-pueumonia aud measles.
sir. lMeming will be buried at Bethpage,
inoarrus county. Lr. nearer counduct
ed most touching services in the chapel
before the body was removed. -
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When Is it? What U the first day of
spring? - - : - t
Several days ago there I was a discus
sion on this p int at the breakfast table
at the Boyden House between two gen
tlemen as to what was the first day of
spring. It was asserted bv one- that
March 1st was the first day of spring, be -
cause it was the first daV . of the first
spring month. Iu was asserted by aa
other that it was March 21st, because
that day was the vernal equinox, and
hence the beginning of the season and
the first day of spriug.
' Reference not being at hand it was de-
tided to ask the question of a number of
men of "ordinary intelligence," and if
possible decide by a , preponderanfce of
evidence. The question to be asked was
"VJien is the first day of spriug? V
So with pencil and paper it wa3 started.
Nowto show the diversity of opinion,
we give below the names and answers:
S Ruffin, March 1; J J Newman, March
21; M O Sherrill, March 21; D A Miller,
don't know but think March 21; M An
derson, March 1; G Brenizer, March 21;
Kerr Craige, March 1; Df j B Councill,
April 1, because that is when it begins in
Watauga; Col J B Tipton, Feb. 7; Dr J R
Keen, March 21; II E Percival, March 12,
Kev J T Bagwell, March 21; Jno God
dard, don't know, think April 1; Dr.
Michael, Feb. 20; W H Overman, March
15-KRev Dr Rumple, March 21; Jno A
Hedrick (weather bureau), March 21;
Jno Beard don't know; E B Neave don't
know; P A Brown, March I2I5 'Squire C
F Baker (weather prophet) don't know
Rev F J Murdoch, March 21; Dr Jno II
Enniss, March 21; S H Wiley, March 21;
Ed Cutherell.March 21; Tom Earnhart,
at equinox; J Allen rown, March 4f
Jean Brown, March 21; J K J II Burke,
March 21; Robt Murphy, March 21; Wm
G McNeely, March 21; J L Hicks, March
21; Dr J J Sumraerell. March 21; Jno A
Boyden, March 1; CO Viele, March 16;
J. J. Bruner, March 1st.
References were then sought and we
find as follows:
. Blum's Almanac, 1889 "Vernal equi
nox, March 19th, at 11 o'clock and 9 min
utes in the evening."
BuUt's seed ajmanac, 1889 "Vernal
equinox (spring begins) Washington time,
March 20th, 5 a. in." ,
Hostetter's Almanac, 1S89 "Vernal
equinox (spring begins) Pittsburg time
March 20th, 5 a-, m." "
The World's Cyclopedia"Spring (in
astronomy) one of the seasons, commen
cing in the northern hemisphere when
A 1 ! . .
tne sun enters anes, about the 21st of
March." " ' -
. Webster's Dictionary "Spring. The
season of the year when plants begin to
vegetate and rise; the Vernal season
Comprehending the months of March,
April and May in the middle latitude
north of the equator."
' American Cyclopedia "Spring, in as
tronomy, one of the four seasons of the
year, beginning for the northern hemis
phere at the time of the Vernal equinox,
or on March 21, and ending at the time
)f the summer solstice, or June 21. In
the United States the spring is regarded
as including March, April and May."
Also under the head of seasons: "The
passage of the sun across the equator,
bringing on days of greater length than
the nights, mark the vernal, or sprint
equinox, and occurs about March 21 for
the northern hemisphere and Sept. 23 for
the southern. These dates also mark
the autumnal equinox, or coinmennA-
ment of autumn, the hemispheres beiii"
Encyclopaedia Britanica, vol xi,p. 774.
makes the 20th of March the beginning
ofi the vernal eouinox when srriwr ho.
gins; when the days and nights are equal
all over the world, i. e. when the sun
enters aries, March 20th.
We have given this at length fpr
airjusemeut and instruction.
Vernal equinox (spring begins) March
20th, summer solstice (summer begins)
June 21st, autumnal enuinox fniitiiinn
begins) Sept 22d, winter solstice (winter
"cgius; ww. or in is year. it may
vary one day either way in any oneyear.
low Rates to Sew York and Return.
The Richmond & Danville railroad
wip sell round trip tickets to New York
and return, for persons wishing to attend
thej centennial inauguration of 'Washing
ton!. Tickets will be put on sale at all
coupon offices from the-2Gth to the 30th
of April. 1889, inclusive, good returning
until and including May 3d, 18S9.
j KOUXD TRIP KATES.
From individuals Mor partiehof no
. - or more In uniform
Go'dsboro, X. C. $17 00 fiToo
Selma " 17.00 12 00
Raleigh, " 17.00 i.oo
Durham, " )G.2. 11.25
Henderson, ' 15.15 11 00
Greensboro. " 1 15.00 11. '00
Salisbury. " 17.50 12.00
Charlotte, " 18 75 - 12.75
hese are the lowest round trip rates
ever offered to New York and return.
Thd low rates for parties oC 50 or more
in uniform applies strictly to military
companies, and the whole party will
travel on one solid ticket in each direc
tion. For further particulars apply to
Jas. L. Taylor, Washinston. D. C or W.
A. Turk, Raleigh, NC.
Ment Will Tell.
v e are aiways giaa 10 note tne pros
perity of any of our Salisbury enter
prises. Under the"above head the South
ern Tobacco Journal ays :
-The "Piedmont Belt" smoking tobacco,
manufactured by Beall & Co;, of, Salis
bury. N. C, is taking the lead among
standard granulated brands. Notwith
standing the past month Was a short one,
in it the company did the largest busi
ness of any mouth since they! began
operations. The sales for the first two
mouths of this year show an increase of
250 per ceu over the same time last
iir , 1 1 . . . .
j year. 'I ney will put in new machinery
; and increase its capacity to meet the de
"-tjaacds of the trade. -
, . County Xocals.
By our Correspondents.
. Wheat is looking
been for some time.
better than it has
Rev. Mr. Allison held divine service at
1 the Academy, last! Sunday.
Messrs. B. O. Morris and B. A. Knox
went to.Washingtbn to the inauguration.
There was no school. Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, owing to tho professor
being called off on! business. : -
The students at the Academy are anx
ious' to see the Watchman this week
concerning he spelling match.
China Grove is now on a boom, severtl
new houses are bejng erected hert w
The two Miss McBtes of Greenville P.
C. visited Dr. Ramseur's qn last Tuej
dayv ' ' j .
More than two thousand chickens were
bought und shipped from this place last
Mr. Obe Ramseur of Lincoln Co., is
now visiting his relatives. Dr. and Mrs.
Ramseur. x t
-Mr. Lee Boy Deaton visited our School
here, which is in a flourishing condition,
last Friday. j
The two belles of this place, we aro
glad to state, havcf just recovered from
the measles and will be ready for school
this week. "
The season for rabbits is now past; not
less than fifteen thousand were bought
uu smppeu irom inis place during t! e
Planting Irish potatoes is now in order.
The wheat crop is improving in appear
ance since the weather has moderated.
Crows arc more numerous thau usual,
and it is not a rare thing to see them iu
flocks of thousands.
Hay and all roughness is exceedingly
scarce and high, but some farmers still
have some to spare.'
Theipeach tree blooms seem unusually
tardy in raakiug their appearance, which
we hope may be an indication of another
good fruit crop.
The fox hunters of our township say
that others may do as they please, but so
far as they are concerned they are going
to quit now and go to work." So mote
Our farmers are now busily engaged in
sowing oats. Most of them have their
lands brokeu up, aud are ready to com
mence bedding for cotton, and making
corn rows, etc,
A great deal of home mad fertilizers
are in course of prepararation, but from
present indications, very little, if any
commercial fertilizers will be used unless
there is a big fall in prices. It is suicidal
to our interests to use it at present
pricei. We can't stand it. We think
rather more tobacco will be planted here
than last Year.
The school-house is now being paiuted
and will be very pretty when completed.
It will pay the Cleveland school to come
down just to see tho house if they do not
We are glad to see Mr. L. S. Rothrotk
at home last Saturday. He has now a
very flourishing school at Zeb, but Will
open a high school in district No. 5,
during the summer.
The weather is quite pleasant, aud the
farmers are takiug advantage of it in
preparing for their crops. They are
usiug the "Farmers' Alliance plow" in
turning the soil,
the farmer. .
It is just the plow for
When we accepted the challenge of the
Cleveland school, we did not know but
that the principal made it. We notice
he adds three conditions, which we are
not willing to accept. In the first place
we were under, the impression, by the
challenge being made, that the school
was willing and anxious to go anywhere
iu the county to spell without their ex
penses being paid. In the second place
thejadvauced pupils, who accepted the
challenge, are using Webster's Common
School Dictionary, and do not wish to go
back to the "blue back" to spell before a
large audience in Salisbury; and the little
ones who are using that book are too
small to go so far from their parents. If
the school will come down, aud use the
dictionary, we will be glad to see them
and spell against them any time. Also
we will provide them food and lodging
while they are here provided they don't
6tay too long.
Ths Benefit of Good Roads.
The value of good country roads is
strikingly illustrated in the case of Mad
ison county, Alabama, pf which Ilttnts
ville is the county seat. That eouutry
has in its. limits several macadamized
roads, so its people have felt both the
need and the blessings of such roads.
The Huntsville Mercury says the result
is that the laud which has the benefit of
he turnpike sells readily for $50 and $60
nn acre, wiiiie that which has no such
advantage for only from $15 to $20 an
acre. . So well convinced are the people
of Madison county of the value of good
roads that the county has obtained per
mission from the Legislature of that State
to issue its bonds to the extent of $150,-
003 for the purpose of building 130 miles
of well graded and , macadamized roads
in iu midst, so located as ! to give the7
greatest good to the greatest number in
the matter cf reaching a, market.
V ,tr , clwta,n:As there is no place in
lb Zt ?JS?0t iB?"'5 yourmuler
ao mt the welfare of our pleasaut little
lf$tl huraWy frayfdpen to
, Pleasant, I otTer mv r-
who have gone forth from the walls of
WOUld like to henr r .?
dear obi Aim, nr., ' ,".f" "cir
t " , """f" " a mint that
Llf i? ?tUdf ? 1 the 8an?e' am capa
ble of giving the desired information
S,h,rdJy' ? thik that tbis townTSSJ:
thyofa place in your columns, t
ir you think that
w ww proniawe and a source -tf
v u. Lrt Jur readers, I ask! you to
publish this, and I. from t!m. t ri 1
my studies may permit, will write von- ir
On thA onnM . 1 .." ""
just fail K place these lines in your col-'
umus and f will take the hint xerx soon
w v uiiui w wan inmir nrh ...
anerwara. i prefer tn xvtA -
nom deplume, ixs I care not for publicity.
. The college is now in a tolerably flour
ishing condition, and wm hiv AVTO
son to believe that it will very soon it
w.vo iu UUlUUClTt I
Jf: H ?aL1?hrdt new confined
to his room at his boarding house, havii f?
Men 1 stricken down a few days iigo bv
what what was at first thought to lie pa
ralysis, but which report we hare since
learned was false. He thinks that h
will soon be with its nin wi tu
forward with pleasure to his return, for
" V".C' smiiiug iace and cheerful
wurus in ine coueire.
r ' . . .
wur presiaent. Prof J a ei,n;,i !
still at the sunnirs. striving tn
lit la A V tkt 1 A -m.
rru 1 lcu w return on Monday.
1 he dreaded measles
in the Seminary. It is only a conjecture
and it is sincerely hoped by all to be false.
oome-01 our enterprising men have
ately put up machinery, and are now
pcisitumon wood ana sawing it
inline required sizes, preparatory
mmiiii 1 ww -ww rj k- . . .
"""'"s wnu, wnere iney wm be
maue into spokes and shuttles. I
r v" a.Ce..very S,ad to know that Miss
imllic tinier nas recovered from her ill
ness, having been confl IlPfl tn hop
for some time, much to the regret of her
On account of the inclemency of the
weather, the gentlemen of the Phllalae
thian society did not escort any ladies to
""Tiimecuug j?naay night a week ago
as was intended. WpII
they did not have the ladies iliov
fine debate, as one of the members of that
society testified to me.
Provocatob Philtrokum Cupididonis
On Feb. 26th, 1S89, at the residence of
trie Dnae s rather, by W. A. Campbell,
Lsq., Mr. George A Trexler to Mis
Louisa C. Brady; all of Morgan town
ship, Rowan county.
By W. R. Fraley, Esq., at his residence.
on tne 3d inst., Mr. Daniel W. Kluttz
and Miss Julia Ann Bullaboch, both of
REPORT OP the CONDITION
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Salisbury, in the Stats of N.C.,
At the close of business, Feb. 20. 1889.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ...
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.
Due from approved reserve agents
Due from other National Banks
Due rrom State Banks and bankers
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures
Checks and other cash Items msc 7
Bills of other Banks 17,105 00
Fractlonar paper currency,
nickels an 1 pennies 101 15
Specie 9,710 ou
Legal tender notes io.ooj 00
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer
O per cent.
iimui swk paiu in f r,o,coo OO
Surplus fund l,ooooo
Undivided profits 952 $1
national uanK notes outstanding 11,250 00
Individual deposits subject
to check 122,38 7
Time certificates of deposit 33,403 4)
Cashier's checks outstanding 7,754 45 1C,5 3
Due to other National Banks i,i7 j 3
Notes and bills re-diseounted 11,000
Total $261875 67
State of North Carolina, County of Rowan, ss:
I, I. H. c isliter of the above named bank
do solemnly .s.vear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
v. . " Kn'r, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 4th
day or March isf-9. oaiX I). DAVIS.
Cokkkct Attest : Notary Public.
S. W. COLE, l
WM. c. BLACK MKR.V Directors.
D. A. AT WELL,)
PUBLIC SALE OF
Valuable Town Property.
BEING desirous of leaving the State, we
will, on Monday, the first day of Anril.
! 1SS9, at 1 o'clock p. m., sell atpublic auc
tion nt the Court House door in Salis
bury, for cash, three valuable town lots,
one brick house and lot on Fulton street
opposite-F. E. Shober's where we now
reside, the lot containing one acre and
fronting one hundred and fifty feet with
good well" of water and in a hijrh and
healthy location. One house and lot on
Main street, and one house and lot on
G(od title given to property.
Mrs. M. E. & Victoria I. Joiinson,
J. W. Mauney, Attorney.
W. P. Stalling1, Auctioneer.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Jane A. Thompson, -doe'd,
notice is hereby given to all persons hav
ing claims against said estate to exhibit
them to tne on or before the 15th day of
Dated, February 14th, If 69.
JOSEPH 8. HALL,
Adm'r of Jane A Thompson.
Notice to Creditors:
All persons having claims' against rthe
estate of Daniel Frick, dee'dre required
to present the samp to the undersigned
on or before the 7th day March: 1890. or
uiu liuwuu win uc picau in oar 01 ineir
recovery. All those indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
March 5th. 1889, . '
JOHN W. FRICK, Executor.
WHEN YOU WANT
Our New Style . Bustres Beat the World and
Our Spring Goods will
before. We will But
Cur Bustles are daisies and you must , see 1
them. We will be bustles , North for Uho '
next bustles three weeks bustles and-will
ransack bustles all the. bustles Northern
Cities tfor bustles bargains and bustles will
display the bustles finest Bustles lineV of
Dress Goods and Bustles Trimmings V ever
seen in Bustles Salisbury. . '
When you want Cheap Goods wo can;fciko 1
the Jack Pot and sec any man " and iro him
i I will sell the Best Alamance on ;eafh "
ev,ery day, for thirty days, from ; Eleven , to
of Price of 41cts. per yard. - l I
Amount sold to each one limited.
Now Come a-Running. .
Yours Anxious to please till Cremated.
HOME COMPANY, -
fn all Cities, Tofns and
Villages in the South.
TOTAL ASSETS, - - S75o,ooo oo!
J ALLEN BROWN Resident A-ent. Salisbury N. 0.
Carefully selected Seeds
of the best quality. Write
for Prices and Descriptive
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
If any dealer Mrs ! HaJi the W. I. Doasla
Shoe without name and price stMiupea on
the bottom, put nim down aa a fraud.
17. L. DOUGLAS
40 OnVb GENTLEMEN.
Bct fn the world. Examine Mn
S.1.00 OKNUINK HAN1-SKVK1 MIOE.
4.K nAM-SEWKU WKI-T SHOK.
83JSO POLICK AND FAKMEKS MiOE.
SSO KXTKA VALUE CALF SllOK. .
Hi.25 WOKKINOMAN'8 lHOK
2.0O and S1.75 ItOVS' KCHOOL SHOES.
-All made lu Congress, Button and iMsm.
W. L. DOUGLAS
03 . SHOE uofes.
. Beat MateHal. 6rt Style. Best FlttlnC.
U not nV tir your dealer, write
W. L 'DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON, MJJ53
.. . . .iM.nmn'irinnii'riiiiii in r '- r
; )jj FOR "SALE BY - 1
r1. S. BRO;?iJ,
: ' SALISBURY.
be Lower : than .'. ever
against the world. i
II nlmn vA
0. B. Van
PROMPT t 1 1
J. RHODES BROWSE,
William C. Co jit
See tttarf . r
Garden Seeds, -
Vegetable and -
Plants, Etc. ;
CATALOGUE of tested-
2 Seeds, Novelties, etc., and
containing valuable infor '
matich Mailed Free.
Seedijnen . jmtotmjC
WE ifromise4 tliof-pcon!e that if Judcre
J otvle was elected Gnvernor of North Car
olina, vc won Ifl ell Goods 10 jk?t cvnt. 1ts -than
any House in i Salisbury. . .
Look at This:
$0.00 Suits reduced to $4.0() (
7M " ". oXH) , '
, 10.00 " 8,(30-:
20c. double-width Dress Goods ,12 Jch-
White Blankets $ 1.00 ier pair.
Good Broga-j Shoe? f 1.00 per pair.
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The Cheapest line of DRY GOODS,!
H0TI01JS, HAT3 & SHOES; '
in SalisWurrj D ri take mir uor. fr it
I-Uttcoihr and jste lur nurt'i- .
D." Ri JULIAN CO.