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THURSDAY, yoV. 2& 1330.
lxlith Goriden. a steamship of QQOton
Iiurtben, wa smile at ea yesterday was
a week. Passengers were all saved.
TIi.' managers of the Weldon (N.
0.) Fair have decider! to have no
mbiinjj carrrel on M their groJiw ?
thi. year. We tote they will miike a
fierpetual arrangement, and that all I igo. It rec nnaiencU the
Fair rill adopt the same rale. '
Natural ffas has been found in Eu-
taw, at the depth of CO feet, having an
opward pressure of 03 pounds to the
Prcs dispatches Tafe that lucre is
another Uprising in Hayti and that
5,000 men are under arms for the pur
pose of deposing Hippolyte.
The dispute ta'tween Virginia and
Man land about he boundary line has
beei settled, by the engineer to whom
it was referred, in favor of Maryland.
Chicago is making a great fight for
the World's Fair. If she gets it we
can all go and kill two birds with one
tone--see the show and get a divorce.
It begins to look as though Presi
dent Harrison proposed to pigeon-hole
the report of the Civil Service Com
mission handed him nearly a week
of several office holders for violating
the law azaint soliciting campaign
A called meeting of the Ohio Wool contributions from office bokhrs.
Growers Association was held on Tues
day. They aik for more protection,
saying that the Republican party
promise 1 them more protection and
they now want those promises fulfilled.
mi n r i
i ne uovernor or Montana nas re
cognized ths democrats, holding the
certificates of the county clerks, as the
true represenatives of the people, and
there will be a court to de ide on cer
tificates held by others claiming to be
The Comuiision is anxiously awaiting
the President's decision in this matter.
J. D. Hortou, a young farmer living
near Durham, disappeared from hi:
place on November loth, Search
being made his dead bodv was found
buried in an old barn on the premises
J. P. Davis, a farm hand, was suspect
el, and officers went to Danville in
search of him, and bv a singular acc -dent
found him on Monday morning.
He confessed the crime and was brongln
b ick to answer.
A strong effort will be made this
winter to have Congress adopt the Eng
lish idea of a Postal savings bank, to
be conducted by the Post office department.
A train on the Tennessee Virginia
and Georgiy road left the track near
Greenville on Tuesday, and the engi
neer was killed and five passengers
The Iron Exchange Bank, Wiscou
sin, has just sustained a heavy loss
($40,000) by robbery. The Assistant
Cashier nnd a woman have been nut
under arrest. Detectives and secret
agents are at worKjo nna tlie money
and other suspected persons.
The slave trade is still carried on
against the vigilance of all the powers
engaged for its suppression. The art- nP it was evident that dishonesty
ful navigator along the coast of Africa amon Clty officials in some of their
can still find ways to get captured ne- northern states is the rule, and strict
kgroesfrom the warring tribes and car- honesty the exception
The citizens of Cleveland, Ohio, are
Bp in arms against electric car motors
jn the streets. Hundreds of men have
been at work cutting and slashing
The Aldermen of Albany, N. Y..
are in trouble. The grand jury aie
finding bills against them for brilery,
andVspeculating on con ti acts let by
theai. "Steal! -every one of them
will steal1 said a well-posted northern
man about members of Congress, in
our hearing a few years ago. Per
ry them off to a market.
A big land swindle has just come to
The Presbyterian Orphanage.
The executive committee was
Diptheria js epidemic in Morehead,
Minn. Nine deaths and forty-four
new cases in one day is most distress
ing, but such was the record of one
day last week.
Montana is torn by factions. They
have organized two seperate legisla
tures in that state: the republicans
pomprising one body and the Demo
cratic the other.
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There is some talk of re-orgr
vv est 1'oint, the main idea being to
break down the barriers between the
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juuno muu me omcers, wnicn WOUla De
radical in the extreme.
light in Chicago. One million dollars consultation on Tuesday, in Charlotte,
is the amount suid Fredrickson & Co. far the purpose of consulting over
are the repored swindlers. Lawyers plans for the location of the institu-
bankers, merchants and other business tion. savs the Chronicle. Nothing
men that are always supposed to have very definite was done. They
their eyes open are the victim?. want about 10 acres of land: in the vi-
cinity of the city. Temporary at
Asnevnie is to have another hand- rangements are to be made until some-
some hotel. It is to he by the South- thing better can be done
ern Engineering and Construction
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company, l ne lunds lor building it
exclusive of the frescoeing and furnish
ing ($100,000) are all in hand and
they are only waiting to obtain the
The Fayetteville centennial Cs now h
hing of the past. It was au event
o be remembered in North Carolina
The speeches of Governor Fowle and
Senators Vance and Ransom were in
every way equal to the occasion. Mr.
Davis, ia his letter, refers to the early
itrujigles or .North Carolina, ana pays
flowing tribute to the courage, determi
nation, and patriotism of the men wbo
led that great struggle for American
liberty. The letter may be the last pub
ic utterance of this distinguished South
rner, and in it, as the Jiews and Obscr
very pointedly remarks, ' he crowns
North Carolina with the glory that right
fully belongs to her." The letter is writ-
en in the elegant style which character
ices all of Air. Davis' writings, and all
hrjugh it, the patriotism and devotion
of its author to the principles of free gov
ernment ami American libeity, can be
read between the lines. It is to be re-
gettcd that Mr. Davis could not be at
r-ayettevillc, but his beutiuful and ap
prop iitt letter will give him, if possible,
t warmer place in the hearts of North
Ca rol i nia u s. Ttei n -City Daily.
Wilmington Messenaer: Weare watch
ing with real interest the progress of bal
lot refoiin in this country, as we are per
suaded that it is of very great importance
that a better system should be adopted.
furily the noils and provide a way lor
honest, independent action on the part of
electors so a man can vote as he thinks
without fear of the bosses of his race.
We can spot a manufacturer in New
York that forces his workingmeii, some
six bundled, to vote as he wills The
Sail Francisco Bulletin says :
" It is a well-authenticated fact that at
au election not many years ago a politi
cal boss stood at a distance from one of
the polling places and was seen handing
This morning Ihe State Auditor's office
was very busily engaged in signing and
sealing about four thousand pension
warrants for the disabled Confederate
soldiers and widows of deceased soldien-
of the State. All the warrants will be
put in the post-office oh Saturday. This
year each iteusioner gets $7.65. Last yeui
the amount for each was $8.20. The de
crease is owing to the increased uuinbei
of pensioners during the past year. Th
old law which appropriated 430 000 for
prorata distribution is still operative
and holds till January 1st 190. At that
time the new pension law will take effect,
and under its provisions, it is estimated
that the pension fund will be increased
increased 80,000. This will give the
number of pensioners now on the list.
nearly three tunes as much each as they
now get; but a possible further increas
iu the list may reduce the amount oi
each. Raleigh Call.
Corn Used as Fuel.
Kansas City, Nov. 23.A special
from Hiawatha, Ks., says that the farm
ers of that viciuity are burning corn for
fuel, finding it cheaper than coal. Com
is sold on the farm at 20 cents per bush
el, w hile the average price of coal de
livered at the farm ranges from 21 to 23
cents per bushel. The Farmers Alliance
here brought the attention of the farmcas
to the relative price of the two commod
ities, and advised that half of the corn
rop be used as fuel, thus advancing tin
price of the other half and saving money
in their fuel bills. The farmers have
begun to act on this advice.
Failure of an old Finn.
Nnw York, Nov. 23. The reoort that
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I v.. II,. 1 i i- "v "B w Oil I ILL I' i il lit I
ballots to the persons who came to him. abie ln ml.t 4Mitrnti
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Disputing and quarrelling is always
Our Washington correspondent of
the 26th, says: "Secretaries Noble
and Tracy have locked horns again for
a fi 'lit." "The trouble between
the gentlemen comes from the Pension
Oifice, which.'con tin lies to be a veritable
- , , , :
I . KnW nW thorn in the side of the administration,
the bitter words may end. A sensible Sretarv NAM ImM f !.. c.
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The steamer Egypt, from Liverpool,
made a narrow escape in a two-day's
hurricane. Passengers at Jhe dinner
table were floored, and the contents of
the table emptied on them.
t sivtcen masked mon
hoarded a passenger train in the Indian
Territory Tuesday night and got away
with about $40,000. United States
MarshaJre in pursuit of the robbers:
man will avoid the beginning of strife
as he would the edne of a precipice.
It is the devil's good time fo get in
his horriable work when he find?
ignation of five of the prominent of
ficials whose pensions
Artificial diamonds of uch superior
excellence have been produced in Paris,
and is now on exhibition there, as to
bafh the skill of noted experts to de
tect their character. This being so,
who can have the courage to invest
thousands of dollars in gems the char
acter of which thfy cannot know?
"Hon, Geo. H. Pendleton is dead. He
was the democratic nominee for Vice-1 dne with them
i resident, in 804. Was a Senator
from Ohio in 1870. Was Minister to
Germany in 1885. A groat man has
fvjcnjtiry Procter will risit G3ro:i
imo and his band of Apiche Indians
nixt month anJ hopes to find a sdn
tiou to the problem of what is to lie
The ilea of sending
t'lem up info Swain county has not
been abandoned and they may yet
lift the scalps of some of North dro-
were re-rat id
during Tanner's regime. Oae of them
men happens to be a special friend of Sec
retary Tracy's, and that gentleman ad
vised him to refuse to resign and prom
ises his help in aiding hint in keeping
his position." All the re-rated pen
sioners have refused to resign and
formed a combination to fight for their
places. Mr. Noble has, therefore, a
big job on hand. It is not known
what interference the President may
make, but itis not unlikely that he will
dismiss one or both of the secretaries,
and that the case will coai up in Con
gress and an investigation be made by
These latter went to the noils conspicous-
ly holding the ballots obtained in their
hands till they deposited them in the box,
and then returned for their reward, said
to be a two-and-a-half-dollar piece. This
was a performance that was observed by
many citizens, but the eye of authority
never fell on Ft."
The talk about 'Mo. I iriiior the census.1'
which certain leaders of the colored race
in the South are quoted as usinjr to stir
up their people to reduce the apparent
population in certain districts so as to
throw obnoxious Congressmen out of
business, is very foolish. The law com
mands every person id stand up and be
counted. If he doseu't, or if he gives wil
fully misleading answers, he has to answer
for the privilege with a hamhome fine, be
sides taking an excellent chance of hav
ing all his efforts at distortion of the fig
ures thrown away. Those who are try
ing to "fight lire by lire" 1 advising
their followers to play tricks on the gov
ernment had better go into some other
business. W ashington Star.
H I 1.. Ill . Ill 1 .
"ing m in neaiin ana the inhnr.
itiesofold age, Mr. Jefferson Davis
could not be at the great celebration in
Fayetteville. lie is still very feeble,
tnougtK rt is said is
Mrs. Mary Miller Bobbitt, wife of
pr. JB. Bobbitt, died of paralysis in
llalelgh, last Sunday night. In the
same city, same day, Mrs. Rosalie V.
Morson, mother of Prof. Hugh Mor
son, aged 70.
te a race waroccurred on a pas
senger train in Aransas on Mondav,
jn which knives, pistols and clnbs were'
used with telling effect. U. S. Mar
shals have since been
. UM lue
rains as firuards.
Four brothers, named Long, promU
pent citizens of Pine G.rove, Pa, have
Veen arrested aa the charge of commit
ting a series of burglaries in that place.
A full set of barglars' tools were found
t their residence.
M.ihone and. Poraker have been put
on the shelf, and now comes the uews
that Ingalls will probably be defeated
for re-election 4o the Senate. "Too
good to be true", is tfte general com
ment on the last item.
Newsfroni Oswego, Kansas, is to
the effect that a very important train
robbery was perpetrated in Choctaw
Nation, Indian Territory, on the night
of the 24th. The roobers got posses
sion of the train at water station cut
pi the passenger coaches and ran off
with the express car. Loss to the
road between $45,000 and $50,000.
27 years ago the Tankee army had
obtained positions near Fredericksburg,
Yar, and were demanding its surrender.
The women and children of the city
were flying in all directions, carrying
off in boxes and bundles 'what earthlv
possessions they could. Flying they
knew not where; but many to sufferin
and privations to which they were
it nas uot tn.liM
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uC episcopal churches
nave boy choirs.
of Boston to
The period off h0;
greatest acceptability is between ten
nnd Jo years-only in rure em do
they couticwe to sing after IS
uinvan, the masher, has
drawn the color line at ?20,000, and
pernaps has solved the negro question,
li heu he Wtt, telegraphed to and asked
pn-what terms he would fight the ne-
StAf " white wen
0,000, Jiiggers tJouble.
A yery disastroiis fire occurred at
Lynn, Mass., on Tuesday. The burned
district comprises many blocks in the
btmness portion of the place. Among
those that were burned out were thirty
five shoe factories, and the loss is put
at ten million dollars. It was reported
kTVtilve nves were lost, but
latest dispatches say that thi
has not been verified.
Judge Morton of Kentucky i ud.
aressmgthe grand jury of Fayette
County last week, touched on the
Swope-Goodley affray and in his re
marks said. "There is one great mov
ing cause of flies, bloody results
reference. There is a sentiment per
king our society Which attaches
- um to a citizen who declines to re' The Democratic party in the United
nt a personal insult by violence. b ."'S b2 its irth at Boston " when
Ihe fear of this odinm i n,,hty Samuel Adams bawled at Fr
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dacseranfl ima. , . aomsstake.
Hewhoolters th. ii. .
Champions of Constitntional Liberty.
St. Paul Globe.
If ours is a popular government, in
which the majority rule, then the at
tempt made by the Republicans to re
verse the result of the election in Sil
ver Bow county is subversive of Repub
lican Government, and does violence to
the underlying principle of American
institutions. That is a plain statement
of the situation in Montana. In seek
ing to reap the benefits of a victory
honestly won, the Democrats of Mon
tana are made the champions of con
stitutional freedom and the defenders
of the highest attribute of American
citiaenship. Theirs is a fight which
admits of neither surrender nor com
promise. Theirs is a war waged in de
fense of a principle upon whiefrthe
integrity of the American Union rests.
i.iuuui .iiioju h surrender or
compromise it, for by that act they
would proclaim that our institutions
are a failure, and that the piivileges of
American citizenship were not worth
contending for. It would be better for
Montana to be forever tin represented
in the Senate than that her Senators
;ould be the beneficiaries of fraud.
Storm Signals are Flying.
Although the Democratic members
can afford to take part as spectators
only in the Republican contest for the
Speakership, they will naturally and
properly oppose the treatment of the
contested election cases in any such
highhanded manner as has been indi
cated. And if it is necessary, for the
prevention of such an outrage, to pre
serve for the minority the parliamentary
privileges of obstruction which now
exist, they will doubtless contest with
vigor the proposed change in the rules
of the house. The prospect of the
opening of the new Congress is, there
fore, seen to be stormy.
Birth t.f the Democratic Party.
Tbe advocates of the existing tariff'
system seem utterly incapable of dis
cerning tl.e signs ol tbe times. Instead
of rccoguizing tbe voice of tbe people in
the recent elections, they are going into
the next Congress as obstinate in resist
ance to taritt reduction J(s ever. They
are like the Bourbons of 1781), who heed
ed no warnings of the approaching
storm, but continued to fiddle and
dauce and carouse and oppress the peo
ple with their extortions down to the
very hour when the tocsin of revolution
sounded i m heir ears. Philadelphia Kcc-ord.
The Mobile Register says the craze
for cdirysanthenuui exhibitions has led
the able editor of the Arizona Howh r
to announce that he will hold a jimson
weed exhibition in his back yard in a
few days. Me says l,tl be darned it
he is going to take a back seat wken
it comes to getting prizes on weeds,
and he allows that the jimson weed
in bis yard will lay over anthinr in
ir.u emintv. Weare n eased to .
that tesiheticiMii is taking hold
our esteemed contemporary.
ens were liti
gations to-day did
not eause surprise on the eotfee exchange.
Rumors to that effect halt been about for
the past ten days. It is said that their
liabilities will be about $300,000 ajud their
assets merely nominal. The tirm ex
pects an extension of time, and are con
fident that, if a settlement can be made,
allowing them six, twelve ami eighteen
mouths they will be able to p;,y 1U0 its.
on the dollar.
Mr. Eiffel, the high tower builder, has
a new bridge to be used temporarilty in
place of bridges when damaged. A de
scription in N. Y. Tribune say:
"It is made of steel, carries a track,
and weighs, with a length of 1C0 feet
about eighty-six tons. It can pe put iu
position from either end without tbe aid
of machinery or any preparation, simply
by human hands. At a recent trial hi
Paris, M. de Freyeinet and muiiv ofri-
eersofhigh rank and officials of the
railways from several countries, exnress-
ed their hearty admiration of it."
In his will bequeathing over $1,"00,000
for a public library in Chicago '.he late
John Crerar says: " I desire that books
periodicals ha selected wita a view
to create and sustain a healthy moral and
and Christian sentiment in the commu
nity, and that all mistiness and immoral
ity lie excluded. I do not mean by ibis
that there shall not be anything but
liymn-nooks ami sermons, but I
that dirty French novels, and nil
eal trash and work
Tlie name of every mail in
Weste n North Carolina who
has timber land, improved and
unimproved, farm lands, town
lots and properties for sale. We
must have bottom prices, full,
.lear and correct descriptions.
Persons wishing to buy, sell
or rent properties will find it to
their interest to write to or
McCUBBINS & REISNER,
BEAL 2. TATS A&2KT3,
SALISBURY, N. C.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA l ' '
KUWAN COUNTY. i Pior Court
R. J. Holmes and E. A. Holmes. Admin
istrators of M. L. Holmes, plain litis,
James M. Burns and Susan Burns, de
To James M. Burns and Susan Burns, non
You are hereby notified that the plain
tifls above named have commenced a
civil action against you to foreclose a
mortgage executed by you to the late M.
L. Holmes: and you are hereby required
to appear before the Judge of the Sape
rioi Court, at a court to be hchLin the
county of Rowan, at the Court House iu
Salisbury, on Ihe 2d Monday before the
1st Monday of March. lSi), and answer
or demur to the complaint of the plaiu
tills. Given under my hand the 25th dav of
NoT tniber, J 889. J. M. HOR A H .
Clerk Superior Court of Rowan county.
l Hi stioiialile
ball never be found in this
m opinion, and not by the brai
fitwaom the insult U-directed.
1 be " r reedmii v ef nl-o "
was the liberty pore. That voice de
clared that freemen were capable of
seir-soTernment, and initiated the prin
nn rvi k 1 I it ,IM"WI lie J aim imudlt'll Hie prill-
pumhed by the scorpin sting of pub- I V?1" nPn which Jefferson developed
ve man !I.;. rV" fc"TrJr..inat ine c,t,2e
u 1JK xree ana ine government
Liberating slaves in the United
States has come "very nigh vreckin
constitutional government, while in
Brazil liberating them has overthrown
the Empire. Slavery has wrought
wonders, it seems. When the New
Englanders brought the negroc;; from
Africa they liegan to !rive a wedge
that came netr to dividing. 'to splitting
the Union asunder. But nobody in the
South would restore slaverv, but the
South would save the Constitution and
the Union. Wilminyton Messenger.
The recent discovery bv a New Eng
land chemist of an easy 'method of dis
solving zinc by combining it with hy
drogen, is remarked as :i most valuable
one.- The product is a solution called
z;nc water, and has the property of
muKing wood, to which it h s been
plied, absolutely fire-proof, and at
very low cost.
The executive commit te of the Morth
Carolina Coulcdciate Veteran' Associa
tion met last Friday in Raliegh, and de
cided to oiler MK M. O. Sherrill, of
Newton, the portion of Slate canvasser
tos ecu re subseripious fo rlhe Confederals
Sale of Haass and Lot
! By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county in the case of
! Kate C. Foster against John S. Hender
son, Trustee, and others, I will sell at
the Court H otise loor in Salisbury oil
Monday, the 6th day of January, 1890, at
puolie auction, a. house and lot.iu tae
-oiin arii oi cue town oi salisnury. on
the corner of Fulton and Liborty streets,
now occupied, by J. M. Haden, and
known as tae Foster house and lot.
This lot fronts about 10) feot on Fulton
street and runs oack lo Jackson 'tri-et.
1im.-: One-third cash, niie-tuMtt in
six months and the balance iu twelve
mouths witii interest at 8 per cent.
December Jd, 1SS9.
John s. hexdersox,
t": s. Com'r and Trustee.
4 CAR LOADS
Of Bagging & Ties just fir
SOMETHING TO DOWN Tm
BAGGING TRUST! f
SAVE YOU MORE TtiL
100 OVER ANY oTIfrl
THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OP
IHE r ARMEKS
itj put rn mA ... . .
w iv, ims NOTICE
Wc buy all kinds
highest Task prices
of trrain at
eomideted a line
Morton Ims rceenily
Itotei in Wnshiiii'tim
ami attaehei Jo it a bar loom. Tbe Ter
re Uauie Liquor Dealers' Association has
jeeognized tiie V.ee President as InMng
iu the liquor bniness, and so have elect
ed him an honorary mem la r.Scotland
Wo arc in the rnnrkct fur
all tin) cotton raised
in this and aljfVuiing
i i I I u
before voir sell
your cotton. AVe arc
at the top on prices for
a l l gn iides .
Tom Tteed says he will do all he can
for his party if le is chosen speaker.
doubt. The country may go to the
dogs so far as Tom cares so he can be
Speaker nnd his rotton partv keeps in
power. Tom is n regulation Radical of
the Jew England stripe. Wilmington
A nice young Minneapolis tjH went
to Europe last summer and all she could
remember about Home was that it was
there 'she got those lovely cheap
stockings." This is what a Minnean-
The Boston Journal has resumed its
role of reformer between elections and is
talking about ffie evils of the use of
money in American politics. It should
Send marked copies to the Hon. Mall hew
S. Quay and Postmaster General Wana
maker. Providence Journal.
Belongs to D. R. Julian, who
is too busy to write an adver
tisement. Watch it and sec
broad daylight; the other day. Four what he will hnvP tr eav i
. . . . J , J V
A very cool piece of deviltry wns p?r-
! ,,, IIIC Muris ui lolllS III
men caught Miss Jackmau anil ran off
wun ner. two other ladies were with
her when the abduction occurred. No
trace of her has been found.
fherewasatrage.lv in Nash county
yesterday near the Wake county line.
Rev. John Valentine, who was inarmed
the day before, shot and 4ulld Alfred
Staten (col.) Staten accused Valentine
of stealing a hog. Valentine is now under
Some big caves were discovered in
Ohio not long ago, and now they have
discovered one in Indiana. They ain't
half as big as Ihe cave in the Kepu 'di
em parly which will be discovered be
fore the next election. - Wil. Star
SALE OF LAND 1
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county, in the case of E.
T. Goodman and others, against Effie
Kilpatrick and another, I will sell on the
premises in Rowan county, on the 2d day
of Decern her, 1889, the 'fed lowing real
estate to wit : Adjoining the lands of
Louisa Jamison, J. P. Kenerlv. J. R. Mc
Corkle, W. B. McLean and others, con
taining lf7 acres, known as the Ravmer
place. This land is in a good neighbor
hood, desirably located, and within a
few hundred yards of Prospect Church.
Terms One-third cash, and the bal
ance in six months, with interest from
day of sale at the rate of eijrht per cent
per annum. Title retained till all the
purchase money is :aid. Bond and un
proved security required.
K. T. GOODMAN,
.Nov. 1, 1889. Commissioner
EST CASH PRICES
FOR ALL SEED
TO THIS MARKET.
Democracy the Bulwark o: Liberty.
Little Rock Gazette.
The Republican party is a 'party of
strong centralization lendences. It
labors to secure a strong Government,
in which tne voice ol the people can
not be often heard. The gradual
change from the Govesnment "of the
people, traiismltted by the fathers of
the republic, cannot be prevented ex
cept by the untiring, aggressive opix
sitiou of the Democratic partr, wh ,se
u .v xoiioweu ine impulse of popular
liberty, and which has J. 'i ....
the lioti ia tbe path of depotistn.
Having qualified as Executor of the
last will and testament of Diincan A
MacRae. deed, I hereby give notice to all'
persons having claims against the estate
of said decedent, to exhibit them to me
bir. l'S. ' 29tb day f NoVem.
Novemler 27, 1889.
J. S. SPENCER, Executor
. of Duncan A. MacRae
Craige & Clement, Ati'ys. acKac'
WANTKD. AgeDts, male and female tn
City Towu an J VHUge. oS V IP
c tplulwhaiHVfr requited, m oek d a-. JZZ a'. No
the best. TUI8 is eVendid o mokuaitv
mouej , Write at once for paffiu"s Uy (0 make
f. F. COLLI KR,
5 Warren street. New York.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
7ALUABLE MILL PROPERTY!
In pursuance of a judgment of the Su
perior Court, obtained in the special
proceeding entitled C. W. Stewari, Ida
Miller and others, grtint Nannietiller
Jaetdaud Ernest Miller, I will sell at
the Court Hoifcw Uor in .Salisbury, ai
Monday, the 6Ji day of January, 18b
publieaiution to the Wghes bitkler a
tract otlaml lying on Crane Creekin
Rowan county, and kaoAvn as Miller's
Mill ' cumaiitoiHK lucres (two hundred
acres), adjotnj,,, the lauds of Jesse
Kluttz James I re.xler and others, a more
particular description of which is eiveii
m the petition filed in said cause This
property is situate three miles from-Sal-wnuty,
on the Bringle Ferry road,
comprises a good two-story dwelling
house, and also one of tfc best known
grist mills in the county. A part of the
and is in cu tivation, and the remainder
is covered W4th valuable timber
Terms of Sale :-0,ne-4 1,1 rash, and
the balanee in 12 months. Interest on
deterred payment at 8 per cent
Vov 7 180 C. W. STEWART,
-Non. 7 1889. Commissioner.
PLOWS AND HARROWS!
We have some superior
Chilled Plows, which wc will"
sell to the fiirTners at net jcost.
Call and examine them. The
Hillside Plow is a beauty and
does its work well. Our'Clark'A
Cutaway harrow is a tool that
every farmer needs.
ors. Campbell & Council
Have occupied tke omce over Mr Wil
liams Brown's stove store, where thev
"nay be found at all hours, d nyJStf
unless professionally etifw-ed fe '
J. r. campuellm. D.,
HACKS AND CARTS.:
Our stock of vehicles cannot bo
excelled in the State.
The Mccormick steel mower
Is pronounced bv all who have
used it to be the best.
ARE NOW IN & AT FKICES
LOWER THAN EVER. "F
mers' Friend," "Stonewall" and
"National," Pure GrojuKlBone
and German Kanit.
AVe are always at the front a
our different lines.