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THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1889.
A joint resolution has been intror
dice& in the Senate for the recognition
' of the new republic of Brazil.
The "sneezing disease"
York, noted in last week's
jirevailing in Boston, also, where it
goes by the name of Russian influenza.
Did you ever! The editor of tire
Jknit.Tims has loaded sticks of wood
at his wood pile with gun powder for
the benefit of wooi thieves. lie's
after a local for his next paper.
A bill has. been has been introduced
in the House by Mr. Thompson, of
Ohio, providing that a sum equal to
$l(WJar. passage and return shall be
given to every person of color, and $40
to every minor person of color, who
desires to emigrate to any free State in
A eall has issued from the Tennes
see friends of Andrew Jackson, ad
dressed to Governors of States and
Mayors of cities tp celebrate the 8th
day of Januaryv the: anniversary of
Jackson's great victory at New Orleans.
Ift war formerly one of the regularly
iihillwdififltiTili if the country, but
fox join) .years past was dropped out.
The Christian Observer , Louisville,
Ky., is one of the best family papers
published in the country. It is large,
contains a great-deai of valuable read
ing matter, and is got up in first rate
style Os good paper. If any one see
ing th is )iotie should desire to increase
his stock of literature, for the family,
we know of no better paper than this.
Prioa $2.50 in advance.
A sad accident occurred at Detroit,
Mich., Dec. 20, in Tilden public school,
where thirty children, dressed in in
flammable stuff, were rehearsing for a
Christmas cantata. A candle in the
hand of one of them came in contact
with one of the dresses, and before the
flames could.be arrested, 10 of them
were badly burned; two fatally, three
pthers so badly they will die, and 11
A man near Lynchburg shot and
seriously wounded his son-in-law.
Immediately after, he shot and killed
himself, supposing, it is thought, he
had killed his son-in-law.
- A very similar case occurred in this
county some years years ago: Forest
Monroe shot and wounded his son-in-
law, and immediately afterward got
bis razor and cut h)s own throat, be-
lieving, no doubt, that lie had killed
The are patent right bee-hive
agents working up Cabarrus eonnty.
for what it is worth as we learn. We
have seen numerous patent bee-hives,
but they have always given place to
uie -phi iasnioned bee gun after a few
years trial. A man who has more
money than he has use for, may as
well spend it on patent bee-hives as on
lottery tickets, or any other uncertain
thing: but anv onp not in tn fi.
condition had better keep his money
and let the bee-hive pass -by him. The
box bee-gum, which any boy can
make in half an hour, has never yet
been excelled for convenience and
efficiency, the practice of all parts ol
the country being witness.
W- Wire lo y to our ci! steps, that for
yrars w have Uwa feetting Dr. Kiitj-V N w
Discovery for (Nmsunsption, Dr. KinV
Nvw Lilt; Pills, Diu-.kleii's AXntfM Sahaml
Electric Hitter, ami have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or that have
given minti universal Hatisl'aetion. We do
not hesitate to guarantee thent every time,
ami we stand ready to refund the purchase
price, if satisfaetoiy results do not follow
thoir use. These remedies have won their
irreat popularly on their merits. T. P.
A contemporary in rebukinsr a boast
ful Maine farmer for his brag of raising
738 bushels of Irish potatoes on one acre
of ground, refers to the fact that once in
AsUeville within the corporate limits, on
thesame area raised n 00 bushels. That
was the fact, but "alas for the rarity" of
it. It was never done but onee, neither
was Mr. Woodfin's feat of raisin tr 136
bushels of corn to tho acre ever repeated.
The more shame for it; what man has
done, uuui may do, and instead of an
average of 80 or 90 bushels of one crop,
and 12r 2-Lon the other, the averasre
may be made every year to approximate
those large numbers which stand on rec
ord to amaze or to encouragc--iu what
ever spirit they aro looked on.AsJieville
The Citizen may be correct in stat
ing that lMr. WoodfiVs feat ef rais
ing 136 bushels of cm to1 the acre,"
&cM but we have for years been claim
ing the result of Mr. W's. experiment
as excelling anything in the South, and
have uniformly -stated it at 1GS bush
els to the acre. We get our impression
from the announcement made at the
time, find don't likcrto be corrected.
Growth of towns, building factories,
building and extending railroads, are
every day announcements in news
papers. Will some one rise up and
show us a similar development and im
provement of the farming interests of
the country ? From various sources of
information, the farms of the country
are going down about in the same ra
tior The New England farms are
being abandoned, and. the census re
ports show a steady decline in the
value of farm properties in the old
States North. The western and many
of the southern farms are shingled
over with mortgages, and there is a
general feeling that farming does not
pay. City improvement, meantime, is
all the rage. How long can it be so if
the farming interests of the country
continue to decline?
These are questions which must ul
timately force themselves to the sur
face, and capital and enterprise going
into railroads, factories and city ini
provements will be obliged to pause
and consider them.
The South has not found a friend at
court in the person of Speaker Heed. He
appears to hold a southern republican in
as little favor as he would a southern
democrat. Out of fifty-six chairman
ships of committees, theVhole Soutb trets
inn one, urower, of North Carolina. A
more equitable distribution would have
found a place for Mr. Ewarts, certainly a
strong and useful party man, and abun
dantly capable. Wc will leave the re
publicans to gnash their own teeth: we
do not enter into their griefs. But the
southern republicans have learned by
this time of how little account they are
in their own household. Ashcrille Cili-
Is one which is guaranteed to brins von
satisfactory results, or in case of fai'ure a
return of the purchase price. In this safe
plan you-can imv from onr advertised drug-
girt a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. It is guaranteed to
bring relict in every case, when usctl for
any affection of Throat, Lung or Chest,
such as Consumption. Imilamimoion of
Lantr, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant ami
ayreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can
always be depended upon. Trial bottles
tree at Kluttz & Co., drug store.
TIIE BOOKS OF THE STATE TREASURER
AND AUDITOR O. K
The Raleiarh News and Observer of
Gov. Fowle has commuted to life
imnrisonmant the death sentence of
V illiam Alexander, convipted in Meck
lenburg county of burglary and sen- Sunday savs: The committee appointed
tenced to be hanged December 5th. by the legislature having thoroughly x
. , . i i "i t t oj amined the books of the State treasurer
lie naa oeen reprieved utt January ou. , Auditor found them correct in every
The Governor thinks from the facts I particular. The following is the result
that the convicted man is not the bur- J Jgg odious eud.u
glar who would take lite it necessary Balance educational fund. $11,923.51
to his escane. whom the law means to I Balance public fund, 5,670.46
punish with death, but that he is a
OF1 MnLlTUlX r I r is U tr r
T TftKfcN DURVMQ CV&ttE. Of
6rLRT . ) KHSfcR SUFFER1HS WILL EE AVQOfta
- jsook WWOMAN''W
BBADFIELD REGUIATQR CO. ATLANTA SJL
sous ar all osussistx
SOLD BY STEF.RE, WELLS & CO.
4 CAR LOADS
Of Bagging Ties just in!
SOMETHING TO DOWN THE
AT PRICES THAT WILL
SAVE YOU MORE THAN
100 OVER ANY OTHER
THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF
IS CALLED TO THIS NOTICE.
VALUABLE MILL PgOPSffTI
"In pursuance of a judgment of the Su
perior Court, obtained iu the special
proceeding entitled C. V. Stewart, Ida
Miller and others, against Nannie Miller
Jacobs and Ernest Miller, I will sell at
the Court House door in Salisbury, on
Monday, the 6th day of January, 1890, at
public auction to the" highest bidder, a
tract of land lying on Crane Creek, in
Rowan county, and known as "Miller's
Mill," containing 200 acres (two hundred
acres), adjoining the lands of Jesoe
Kluttz, James Trexler and otheraa more
particular description of which is given
in the petition filed in said cause. This
property is situate three miles from Sal
isbury, on the Bringle Ferry road, and
comprises a good two-story dwelling
house, and also one of the best knowu
Krist mTTis in the county! A part of the
land is in cultivation, and the remainder
is covered with valuable timber.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, and
the balance in 12 months. Interest on
deferred payment at 8 per cent.
C. W. STEWAUT,
Nov. 7, 1S3D. Commissioner.
STATE OF NQSTH CAROLINA! h the Sv-
KOWAK COUMTY. i lrior Court
R. J. Holmes and E. A. Holmes, Admin
istrators of M. L. Holmes, plaintiffs,
... II E'llBIIIRSIi'BI am B Bill
. ii i 1 1 n I ifia is hi nai U II
: in iimiiHeiii hi m r ii ii
Riohniond & Danville Sailread.
buy all kinds of grain at
highest cash prices.
IK FP;CT IVOV. 24, 1L!89.
Tu.viN's Uun Uv 75 Meiudian Time
k-n a nrLl
For sale by JNO. H. ENNISS, Druggist,
Umn!nm the torjil liver, Ntreneth
e!iM tiw IJ seivc organs, recrulute! tle
ktMC'Xr, aoitl arc uucquulul us uu
In malarial districts tSiotr vtrtnew are
ilely reeorsixel. m tliey oiMe?s ie
ulinr rrovrtlcs iti rrceiHff the system
from thut Hisou. i:icsfaatly ugar
cuuted. lore siuhII. lricc, 25c ts.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
sneak-thief in the night time, and
upon the petition of some of the very
best citizens of Charlotte, he commutes
the sentence to imprisonment for life.
Statement of the receipts and disburse
ments of the Public Fund for the year
ending Nov. 30, 1889:
Tho balance to tho credit tuna was :
December 1, 1888,
The receipts were,
James B. Robinson, colored, one of
the exodusters from Eastern North
Carolina to Arkansas, writes a doleful
lpLr Wt in .T. 0. Nixm. trivine anl Balance to the credit
"TT , of the Public Fund
account. oi tne coioreu peopie wuu wem, i3ecemUcr i? 1889,
to that .tatp to bettef their condition
"VT 1. ' xl i. itX. il,n UT.
o muuera oj. mem went Balance Pec. 1, 1888,
potation of working out tneir passage Receipt,
wretched one?- Kobin- Diaborsemcnta.
IJijlfiill who want to. come
West pay their way; if they don t,
hell fire wilf h their portion. I have
-not thne to tell you about Mississippi,
hut tell aH to keep away from there."
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND
Obtained. and all otherbuslnessln tlic U.S. Paten
Office attended to tor Moderate Fees,
mironice lsooaoslte tlie V. s. Patent omce,and
wecanobUinPaieutBtn less time than those re.
mote from aahltigton.
s-ni Mfrnfriiirilriiwin. We advise us to patent
abllli y tret- or charge; and make Sv eharyc utic
l! ,1 t hi fllu I
We refer hero to the postmaster, uie ouji. u
Mnnci-iiriioriiiv ru! t o oOicials oi the U.S. Pat
entofflce. Forolreular, advice, terms anu rtur
eaeesto aetualcllentsln your own uneoreuui
wrlteto c.A.SHOW awy..
opposite Patentojuce, u usuingtui.
Oct. 2 1. 'S5 tr.
Balance Dec. 1, 1S89,
The special receipts were
U. C. R. R. dividends,
4 fi H S B
We learn from the Scientific Amer- "taj fg .
jean of Bee. 21, that the difficulties to from direct taxes, 629,800.50
1 overcome in the use of electricity The 'ftjSSS? 17 500 00
, . Agricultural Department, o ,ou.uu
for lighting purposes, so as to make interest on 6 per ct. bonds, 155,130.00
it wife t hnihlmirs and nersoiis. have 1'enitentiary earnings irons
0 x s
ferred to the Penitentiary
Leaving the legitimate State
menses, including the in
terest ou 4 per ct. bouds, $697,684.06
not yet been attained, especially in the
crowded centers of business. lhe
underground wires, which for a time
was thought to obviate all danger,
has been pronounced by the celebrated
flf'i-f rii.m AT. Vjiom I r lw ll(irf
i , ii i t The most convenient, valuable and
dangerous than those on poles. In , -nm, u table or desk calendar,
either case the danger arises from ac- for 1890, is the Columbia Bicycle Caleu-
A Stiind issued hv the Pope Mfg.
yuentat oreaka-es ot wires, wnetner gr ira8s: The ,endar
from telephones or ordinary telegraph, proper is in the form of a pad, containing
and cominff in contact with the heav- 366 leaves, eaen o x
" t s ha vAiir hn ne lorn ou nun, uu
y charged lines for lighting purposes. for the entire vcar. A portion o
Tho a : i i i I Ditli livif is It-ft blank for memoranda, am
- laic mc 111 uuswu anu vim. '-' -- . . i ,
. as the leaves are not pasted but sewed at
et Ljnn, have been traced to accidents . , .inv'ieaf can be exposed when-
li this kind. ever desired. By an ingenious device
tho. leaves tear on imiepenaenuy, iea -
ing no stub. The ad rests upon a port
able stand, containing jk-ii rock aud pen
eil holder, aud when placed uion a tlesk
or writing table, the entire surface of the
date leaf is brought directly, nnd leftcon
stantly, tefore the eye, furnishing date
jiud memoranda impossible to be over
vCh Ii ill 1 I h Ii
miimi BOTTOM ! !
Wc arc in the market for
all the cotton raised
in this and adjoining
Sec us i
before you sell
your cotton. AVre arc
at the top on prices for
Burns and Susan Burns, de
To James M. Burns and Susan Bvrns, non
You are hereby notified that tho plain
tills above named have commenced a
civil action against you to forccloso a
mortgage executed by yon. to the late M.
L. Holmes; and you arc hereby required
to appear before the Judge of the Supe
riot Court, at a court to be held in tho
county of Rowan, at the Court House in
Salisbury, on the 2d Monday before the
1st Monday of March, 1890, and answer
or demur to the complaint of the plain
Given under my hand the 2")th dav of
November, 1889. J. M. HORA1I,
Clerk Superior Court of Rowan county.
l.v. Now Hrk
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Ct. K ii-iK
Lv. s. i tern
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Ar. Chariot te
Ar. iJrt euvillo
S:i irt uil-ug
Lv. not Springs
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In pursuance of an order of the Supe
rior Cotirt of Rowan county, made in the
snecial nroceedimr. entitled John S. Hen
derson. and R. J. Holmes against Holmes
V. Reid and others, I will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, at the
Court 1 louse door in the town of Salis
bury, on Monday, the :d day of Febru
ary 1890, the following described tract
of land: Lying on the waters of Crane
creek, adjoining the lands of J. C. Rowe,
Ira B. Miller, and others, containing
ninety-six and one-fourth (96) acres, and
know' as the " J. W. Jones tract."
Terms of Sale One-half cash and the
balance in six months, the deferred pay
ment to draw interest tit the rate of eight
per cent per annum. Title reserved un
til all the purchase money is paid.
R. J. HOLMES,
Crak:e & Clement, Commissioner.
WE WILL PAY HIGH
EST CASH PRICES
FOR ALL SEED
TO THIS MARKET.
i " 10
, fi 00
! Ii 3a
I "l 51)
i 7 45
! t oo
i s so.
j R 15
151 i :.r.
r tH 20
"THE XUU2LESS TOItli B
jAek your dealer for Ed. L. Huatler & Oo.e
HONEST Clotbiiur. Ir our goods aro sot In
tae Hands oil
rou eon PRO
from tho best
Okdkr W bole
House in tho
world, at pri
ces that will
eves snap and
K EBP- YOU
we can afford
TO DO IT. If
roure, anxious to please,
Ed. Lw Honti.et.
doc3 not keep
our goods send
to us and we
tou a Suit or Orcrcoat. oxDros3 or mall paid.
on receipt of price. We will win and hold
your patronafro :t tool try us witn an oroeri
We have built un this immense business by
our painstaking methods, and by doing; by
Others as we would be done by.
ED. 1 tiuNTLET & uo., ttj ie UHginators.
In ordering Suite or Overooats obserre
cirtcuy ioiiowing rules zor measure
ment: Breast monaUre. over vest, close un
under arms. Waist measure, over pants. In-
uue leg uieueurc, iroui crotcn to neeu
HBAVT-WEI OiTT CLOTH I SO 6TTITS. -
Men's Ilrown Ali-Wool Doublo and Twist
Cassimore Sack or Frock Suit $9 OO
Men's Fancy Black or Bluo English Worst
ed All-Wool Sack or Frock Butts. 14 OO
Men's Brown or Gruy Velvet Finish, Au
Wool, Tricot Weave, Fine Oasslmere
Sack or Frook Suit 17 OO
Men's Black or .Bluo English. All-wool
Corkscrew, lino worsted. Sack or Frook
Suits 19 OO
iieu a rsuit'K, I'lura, la venaer or
Slate-color EngTTsh WidoWale Diagonal
Worsted Sack or Frock Suits ,24 OO
References Firrt National Bank, of
Chicago, capital $3,000,000; Coutibontal Ktv
uonai nana, 01 umcago, capital sk,uuu,uuo.
Ed. L. HrsmEV & Co.. Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers in Clothing for Men, Boys
ana unuaren, izz ana it jaarxet du, uoioagSk
111. rOSt U 111 OO UOZ, 007.
'rain for Raleigh vfaClarksvllieK
t Dally, except Sunday.
PLOWS AND HARROWS!
Sale of House and Lot.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan county in l lie c;tse of
K;ite C. Foster against John S. Render
son, Trustee, and. others, I will sell at
the Court House door in Salisbury on
Monday, the Gth day of January, IS'JO.at
public auction, a house and lot in the
North Ward of the town of Salisbury, on
the corner of Fulton and Liberty streets,
now occupied by J. M." Haden, and
known as the Foster house and lot.
This lot fronts about 100 feet on Fulton
street and run3 4ack to Jackson street.
Terms: One-third cash, one-third in
six months and the balance in twelve
months with interest at S per cent.
December 2d, 188i.
JOHN H. HENDERSON,
(5:ts. Com'r and Trustee.
Having qualified as the Exeeutorof J.
M. Ritchie, dee'd, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against nis estate 10
present them to me lor payment on or
before the 20th day of December, 18J0.
Persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment.
lWomber lUth. i8S9.
Wo have some superior
Chilled Plows, which wc will
sell to the farmers at net cost.
Call and examine them. The
Hillside Plow is a beauty and
does its work well. Our Clark's
Cutaway 'harrow ia a tool that
every farmer needs.
Lilly. ?. J. W.: Kevsulie. c.nti P.M.; arrives Chirks
vil'.e, 7.25 ('. M.;Oxfor l,s.ss P.M.; Mewl rs-m. 9.45
P. M .; nrrivoslinrnamlo.io p. m.; Ruletjrli 11. so n.
Returning leaves Kalcltfb T.oo A. M .; iurn:un,
s.10, A. M.; llen.lerson, s 3n A. M.; Oxfonl, 9.45 A.
M.; Clurke'.vilie. 10 55 A. M ; Kejville. 12. it P.M.;
arri ves lUolinionrt.. 3.. (() p. M.
Thioiili passenger co.icli dally between Plcii
moii't .ml RaUtgli. via Keysvliif. Richmond
3.00 p. m.. nr.ii returning leave R:oi-;h 1 .v. n. i;ir
1.0 Ml mlxe 1 ( ruins leave nnilinm dnllv excent
Sunday, fi.io p. v.; arrive Keysville. .::. a. M.: fe
lurnln?. leave Keys Hie. 9 0. A. M.: arriving rr
ham. 5 p. m.Mlaleljjh II.20 p.m Passenger eoa h
X' "1 and eon n nets al niehmond dailv exeent
Sunday for '.Veal I'olul r.nd Ralllmtrc l:tYoikRlv
r r I.ino.
No -1 from f Point fonnecls dally except
Sunday at iflehihond vdiii No. "o ot tlie s'outl" .
No. 50 and st connects at ;ol isnoro with trains
to and from Moreliead city and Wilndngton. And
at Sfdma to and from Payettevllle.
No 5- eoon-. ets at fJree'ns'hTn for Fayrttevllle.
No. r,i r-onnccts at Srlrna for Wilson, N
Nos. r-oan'l Si make rinse eonru-etl:.i at I'nlver
Ifr Mtation with trains to ant! from cliuncl 11111,
rn train no r,o and si. Pullman '-turret s!.epet
h.'i -.vc.-n M.lanta a! V-w Yor' . Panvld-and An
trust a. and Greensboro via Asiievllle to Morris
n. T- nn.
On tr iln. ."2 and 53, Pullman RnfTei Sieeper be
tween . as'iinTton and New Orleans. via iontj;oii!
ry; and l-tween Wis'dn??loti ;ifj iurni!n;rliain.
i:iv:n!itfm anil I ;reensti'-.ro, i:aldirh a'"! ureerif
!)oro. ill i' 1 iai'i i irlor ' ir ;!! v"rt "larlnttr
and -UTitsta, and Ptltlmin Ruff -i "-leeprr net'.veer.
"Va-lilnvrtitn mil Ash'vllle and t .Nprjws.
'i'uron r'i r.l ;!c ts on s lie al prlin'i,al.-L dlon?. to
!"or raies ind Information, apjdj to any agent of
: he :ohi natty, or to
SOL H A S,
VV. A. TURK,
l'dv. Pass. Agent,
P. H. THOMPSON & CO.
MAN UFACT Ult EKS,
Sash, Doors, Biinds, work
Scroll Sawing, Wood Turning,
AMD CASTINGS OF ALt. KINDS
Steam Engines r.nd Boilerr, Steam and
AY ater Pipe,
Steam Fitttn'f, Sliafii-n, Pulley Haiierr-
nlL J. ' !;; rqiaircd oq
from Ohio. 11fr m
1 .-.lit of Mr. (4rri
von, of SaK'Tii, Ohio.
i 11 Wa hi wtsrk on a farm fof
imiiilh; uow h ive nn Hfvney
licit it I'o'i nlhuni nnU jmbli-
W. 11. (jAKKISOV.
.S. L. TAYLCf?,
c:iok. 1.. ii.clkmkni
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Salisrluy, X. C.
m Kline, I Urristiurpr, Fa.,
"I bare nevrr known
itrm to Mr I like Tour album.
i nlav 1 took tirdrrm cnuugti to
..... iv-rflReft.H W. J. EU
'tc Hnsror, Me., iriit: I
if an ortirr fur your albuinat
- I rvcrv li ;l -t- I viit Uv
J'r: v V ' prrt: t often as mochas fS
"i 11 1 r tiny wvfi,
tier arc Iciupquit as wrll ;
h.tvf nol-apaca 10 piv c 1 -t
from tti' h letters. vry
onr who tck.5 hold of tli r- -' l--tiineaiU: up pratid profits.
Shall wc start V'. i ia this WsKiesis
reader? Wriirt ujen.l !; n a!l about it for TOBrarUl Wt
arc start inir nmuj ; iv will start you ii you don't 4elay until
anot hi-r p ts fche: i uf you in ymir ytTx of m couulrr. If you
lake hoM yu wlfl -v e.!.k-1 .. ;i k uj piM fart. Ilj"ltcai5i
Hi account of u forct A uia'uul&rrarer sal 1 2,04itt.ia?M
Xollnr 1'liuloicraspCi Alliums unto be sold to tu
people f.T each. l!ound in MoyaJ -SHnsnan Silk Valvar
rlush. Charmingly dec ntel in sides. itandaonsaW albums In Ika
world. Laravst S17.C.' Ur.ntest hanraiata crar known. Amenta
wanted. Lileral d-rnis. Uig nn-ncy for aeuts. Any one an
become a suceeifu ttfrgnt. tSetls ifw:lf on sifjht litiks ar na
talking necwaaarr. Wherever sln u, rverv one wants to pnr
cha.se. Aants take thousands of onlrswith rapittity naear
Doforc known. UrfcaJ prvflts await e ry worker. Agjmts am
makiua: fort ones. !..tlt- niiike n much n men. Vou, reader.
Undo as well a any one. 1 .. f n a:tiicrinB fr?e?f
to th'ixe who wtitc ior same, witti irttculars and terms for onf
Family IHI.l. -, Hooks and IVrlodieala. After yon know !
ahouiti vou conclude to g no farther, v. lev no harm is done.
Addr.s L. V. ALLEN & CO., Al til aTA, fJaik'V-"
LOTS FOP. SALE.
Persons .v:tntiti to buy building lota
near Livingstone "Colh-ge arc requested
to inquire nt Tl IIS OFFICE
J. S. LIPE,Ex'r,
of J. M. Ritchie, dee'd.
All persons having claims against the
estate of L. A. Jamison, deceased, will
please present the same to me within two
years, otherwise this notice will be plead
as a bar to saids claims.
December 7, 1880.
JOHN. F. JAMISON,
COM P AN Y,
SEEKING HOME PATRONAGE
A STRONG COMPANY, '
Prompt, Reliable, Liberal !
Ijrjjf t :;t.- in all itit nn ! towns in Uie South
J. EHOBES BE0WNE, Pnwdcnt
Wm. C. Coart, Secretary.
Total Assets, - S750,00(X
J. ALLEN EE077N, Agent, Salislrary, N. C. '
D. A. ATWELL'S
Where a full line of goods in his line, inn)-
nhviis be found.
IB,. J. C. MoCUBBINS,
VLX sw. arw .swf
Salisbury, - - - J. U
OHiee in Cole bnildinjr, seconl floor, next lo
Bradfield's Female Eagnlator
Should be uwl by the voting woman, she
who suffers from auy disorder peculiar to
her sex, and at change of life is a power-
mi tonir; benefits all who use it. Write
ne Bradtleld Hepular Co., Atlanta,-Oa.
lr particulars. Sold by uil drugKjr.
Having qualified as executrix of tho
will of K. I. Lhe. deceased, lute of llow-
., onuiitv. all lKirsous bavins chums
against his estate must present them to
fir oavment on or before the 26lh
dav of December, 1800, aud all persons
indebted to said estate must make imme-
idinte settlement with the unuersigueu.
This 23d day ot Uevemner, lo&'J.
C. K. LIFE, Executrix.
II. II. JoKlAN, Atty. 10;tU.
WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
HACKS AUD CAETS.
Our stock of vehicles cannoHw
excelled in the State.
The Mccormick steel mower
Is pronounced by all who have
used it to be the best.
ARE NOW IN & AX PRICES
LOWER THAN EVER. "Far
triers' Friend," "Stonewall" and
"National," Pure Ground. Bone
and German Kanit.
We are always at the front in
our different lines.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps; Vertical and
tai 01 evory variety ana capacity.
VV VV VV
Regular Horizontal Piston.
Mrs. -K . . " M-Zi-r . - : v-.
f . - : a
The most simple, durable aud effective
Pdmp in the market lor Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artcsuiii
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. JrSoiid for Catalogue.
T!io A. S. CAMERON STEAM PTORWDEES
' uo uK East J)ku S,;;;.:.! Nbw uUli.