0ji; a Watchman.
L O CAL
oHptioi rates ofThc Utrolibti
F'Scnt delayed ;5 InoWtte
r- . j
) Y, tn' 25 IStt)
y. vnB in town Tucsdijr
..nHrtifclitre to he unco
.yaohas wsth case hut
h,, i, & Wilv Ban expqets to U
!ilV'- . ... .1.. f..,.r,f iv.
;n(n about the fnsCof the
. I., lit nr. urrnea nt
4..,, -.-.liner nrr.ltlifl oil
Jh.nibley 1ms retured from
trip through Mexico aud
Ashe count v
taVotfKp op110 town noW
lie . ,- -r ' . . if. 1
' latin, roil., air. ivuur
ESilfiBbtX'lt HI V llgiUMi.
n .. l--:i,ii7!iiaat- MunfoK
. ....in.r branch at China Grove, by
r j.Kh'tnncIt, next Sunday.
L v? Wallace has returned from the
. . i i : v
Allgi is Mccivina uauy n mrge ami
L ,T,,Utcelc-of fall nd winter
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Bhsu-lifltd Eanics and lamny leu
EwdaT fir Cap Creek,
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t rt lie p
hWifttnrfioii hooks arc now open
vou .-lionld regisier in,
,-ikiipw what might happen to pre-
Int it later on.
ftebarrel :ni Keg inciurwn .
H-at'Statmille w as bin tied luesoay
ri'l. on .Timtllt't (lilt
Imillf.'. 1 IK" 1
,'h'va"" ' ,)lir " -v "I
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ja.l then go u; anu Nek tho socks
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Hie attention oi our rtaut-ra m
he taw ad rerl i.st in e n tof E. M . A n -
.. .. ; iKic i'mii'!' rend it and see his
n! hi i i .
a on luitf" cl eans and pianos.
Mr. Hubbard oft ho Tirm of ITubbanl
mi Linton t arrived in Salisbury a f..v
days ngg from London. Mr. Hubbard
comes to recuperate IiIh health at Cow
nelly Springs ilia vlng been preatly benc-
httcd by a former visit,
Mr. L-JL Voust has been elected nros-
ident of i be SttltetHiry Choral Union to
fill the vacancy caused by th- r situation'
or Dr. J. F. Griffilln iiph nlhirh .... ,
heeU elected seeretnry nnd Mis. W. L
Rankin Vice President.
Afthevilte is to have nnot her erand f
hotel "The Kenihvorth Xnii'V-to cost
1200,000. The Off font illustrated the
plan Inst week, and we venture theas
sertion that U will be the hiost imposing
hotel fetluteture ih t-ehty States.
While thinking overlhe street ques
tion in Salishury, do not neglect the
sidewalks. They are the poorest excuse
in the State for a town of this size.
Every stranger remarks on the state of
sidewalk. Improve them by all means.
There is a discussion in Asheville over
a proposition to grant an exclusive fran
chise to a company proposing to furnish
natural gas. which is yet to be bored for.
There is a famous receipt for cooking a
First catch the rab-
Tbe Standard man has made a visit to
the convict quarters on the Yadkin rail
road and says they are treated with as
much kimlucf s as arc day laborers on
our farms. They arc fed weH, get good
sleeping quarters and are cared for in
the best ot manner.
Gov. Vance has signified his intention
of being here, if possible, and deliver an
Meeting of the Concord Presbytery.
The Concord Presbytery met at Pros
pect church, this county, brat Wednes
day and wp glean ,froin the harlot te
Chronicle's crt the following:
The opening sermon was prenched by
tho relirjng moderator, Rev. H. G. QH
l.ird, of i p!ar Tout, was elected moder-
ator, and Rev. J. A. Ramsay, of Thyatira
and Prof. J. H. Hill, of Statesville, were
elected clerks; Special orders of business
were the ordination of two licentiates.
Rev. C. W. Maxwell, was ordained as
assistant sy nodical cvnnuelist of the
State. Mr. Maxwell will assist Rev. Mr
Morton, State evangelist. Rev. Mr.
Oreenleev was also ordained, and will
preach atTurTcek Cove and Glen Alpine
churches. A committee was appoii t d
to organize a church at Greenlee, halt
way between Old Fort and Marion on
the W. N. C.-R. R. Another committee
was authorized to organize a chinch at
Shell's Ford, Catawba county. A church
was' re ported as having been organized
at South River, Rowan county.
The next meeting of the Presbytery
will be held at Bethesda church, three
miles from Elnuvcod, on Thursday after
the second Sunday in April, 1891.
An adjourned meeting of the Presby
tery will be held in Statesville, on Mon
day after the second Sunday in October,
fur the purpose of receiving Rev. Mr.
Marion, from Bethel Presbytery, S. C
who will preach at Morganton, and Rev.
Mr.-J'ressly from the Associate Reformed
Church,'who will preach at Concord and
Clio churches, Iredell county.
3 i MB
New Registration Law.
Voters who offer to register under the
new law will have a lot of unusual ques-
Programme of the District Convention.
Following is the programme of the
Charlotte District Convention of the
Young Men's Christum Associations to
le held in ibis place Octolcr 10-12:
Friday night: 8-8:30 Devotional Ex
rvamxt Welcome; Thco. Klnttz, Esq.,
KdrVbaiy, Answer. H. F. Hudson, Jr.:
ftfhbyv&SO; Address, Rev. A. G. Blc-
Manaway, Charlo tef Appointment of
Committees for Pterasancut Orgauisatiou;
Keports of Ass. .at ions.
Saturday Morning 9:30-10:00: Devo
tional Exercises-; Permanent Organiza
tion. 10:00-10:30 Bible Reading, Rev.
W. J. Erdman, Asheville. 10:30-11:00;
The AtesV Eers Frotrntle.
The wis-c membrrs of ihe Alliance
in ihese tlavs devoutly pray, 40, Lml,
deliv r us fror.i our friends, especially
our office seeking friends." With Jo
siuh Turner in Orange, mid ilev. Dan
iel P. Meacliam in Wake, running for
the Legislature, and praising the Al!i-
huice; and Tyre York in the eighth,
IVd Ihouias in the Seventh, and Prof;
Alexander Mclver in the Fourth. dis
tricts, i tinning for Congress aa "Alli
ance candidates" (self endorsed), the
Alliance is in danger of being biul
Neither of these demagogues has
. Many endorsement from nny Alliance or
any bub-Alluince, and it m not the
Paper, Needs and Possibilities of the dis
l:ict.' J- E- J Watt' Statc8viMe5 11:00rBible truthto say that H.ey are Alliance
TramiuK Class, R. A. Bow man, Char- ...,;.i.... Tu.. . :.,ui
. - i vnmt',r- ; x iicy iiini; uu uinit- ml; ill
lotie; neporis irom Associations; iisaar
Address, General Superinrendeuee ftf es4toii tfe woiild have to call them
mwwiw worn, now mm wy nnon, Ocniocnttic candidates, and
Geo. B. Haniia, Charlotte; 12, How to I whenever tley so call themselves 4 hey
manitaiu the Secular Work, Prof. P. P. seek to practice, a fraud which will
advance their interests. There are no
2:00 Devotional Alliance candidates for anv office in
Exercises Address, The Financial prab-1 North Caroliun. There are, to be sure,
lem.How OvercoiiieL. A Coulter, State 1 ninny members of the Alliance who
Secretary; 2:45 Bible Beading, Rev W J
Erdman; 3:15, Address, Personal Purity
in our Associations, P lLAndeison, 3.45,
Address. How to Maintain the Spiritual
Work, E L Harris, Winston; 4:30, Ad
dress, The Volunteer Missionary Move
ment, R L McNair, Davidson College:
5:00, The College" Association, Its True
Aim, Reports from Assoeiatsons, Reports
of Com mi tecs aud ElcctioiLOf-district Of
ficers. Saturday KightSiCO.-Song Service -1
H Foiist, Salisbury; 8:15, Reading, Rev
V J Erdman; S:45; State Work; Me&sers
Special Bargains and Kot:cesJ
Ai vert iserr cats in tin? cr'en-n ientf
or 71 e nls in r line. VVtt h it and Ifv it. t
CILDtsO LOTS FOli SALE, CJUiEi I .( K IK
io L.miiu.iiv- .ooiie. Cl.ouiru
LOST: - A POJKKT llUK CONTA1N
iag a considerable sum of niom-; hi
fiiider will be rewarded by leaving it ut
GET PIflGES PljOTO.
E. H. ANDREWS,
Before you Lny Fun.ili.re. It wi pay
ycu. 1 want to rail the atteution ot all
of the readers of this pai erTln t im tok
FRESH GROCEHIES AND COUNTRY I nivui i vnj AM) uh-
produce received daily at D. R. Julian !.'?-''? W. f rd more coniplclo
..a uitfiiuviuii iiiiunHnre i navc-beni m
lEE THE DOUBLE DUAUOIIT PA It IS
) range at Baker & Naves, one ol tin
best stoves ever put on the market.
o..ll b.al m.A1I:w CHk- uut.n uuAOWiBl
i. ... ..i i k l.. , .iu... I inuiais, owner can nave same hy call-
ing at this office and provih j "pro'perty.
j business. I have just received a car lor d
or notmng but Antique G.k and Si.te u
Century Suits, ranging in piiro fr, m
f2S 28,50 to ?75,Or). These were b nght
at a ha renin and ut-e the very newest
styles. I have made a largedial in Par-
UbUiiIi. .1.- w i . ...
UHIU..-..HM.. listen ar t nese muw
dways on hand at Coagllenoqr and ,u!1 . '8 ' f. ' ' pieces I am rUer
ver's on Main Street. " ".w ,fi'r, &- TA) 100.CO. Plush
are IJeniocratic caiirliuates, and
few who are ltepuhlicnn candidate's
as Prof. Mclver anil Kev. D. P. Mei.
chain. The man whe-ssiya he is ' an
Alliance candidate is seeking to injure
the Alliance for his own'., benefit by
misrepresent ing the oitlec for which he
These self endorsed "Alliance candi
dates" are every time Rejmbhcans.
Pull off th-etHreTing, and you wilt soe
the asses' ears protruding.
-address on the occasion of there-union of Hons to answer and it is important that
the Rowan Veteran RegimenT which will they. should read up on the requirements
take place at the fair grounds on Oct. 23. before calling on the registrar. The new
L First there must be an entirely new
registration of voters, the County Com
missioners having so ordered aud no man
can vote at the coming election if his
name is not on the new registration
books. No matter how many times he
may have registered previously ho must
register again or he cannot vote.
2. The voter shall give, aud the regis
tuition books shall show, us near as may
be, the age, Occupation, place of birth
The annointed registrars opened the Wd Veof readeuce.jind also the full
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.Wistration books on Monday th 22e d. nule OI luo vo a,,u 111 U1C case OI re
r I i a i 1. : i i
Remember voter, this is a new registra- nioyui, iuo low.isu.p or cou.uy iroiu
Th3 Fejoit from Nortirarolira.
1 x rtitr XT 1 kt fl-l.
f tit 1 1 f it wl ltiiii(kii I Inocl hi'tnror f . .
........... c- Weekly weather crop bi
H P Anderson, address. Systematic Giv- Week endng to-nfght says
If he corners won't the vets, nnel all of us j
for that matter, giye him a hearty wel
The State"Eair offers to give 425 in
gold to the person who guesses nearest
the population of the Slafe, the guesses
to be seivtrw ith the name aud postoffiee
address, with a two cent stamp, to the
Secretary of the Fair at Raleigh, N. C.
The date of the Fair is October 13th to
lion and vcu must register or vou cannot
vote at the
which he has removed
3. The registration books shall be kept
having registered heretofore stands for PI,en for lustration from sunrise to sun-
The books will be kept open
ing, George K Collins, Asheville
Sunday Morning 9:30,
Sunday Afternoon Meeting for Men,
Meeting for Women, Meeeting for Boys.
The Y. M. C. A.
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 19th, 1890.
ulletin for the
the reports of
eoriespondeuts shows that tho week has
Workers- been unfavorable for crops and farm work.
014U1 kinds, tiic first four "(fays of the
week continued to be very damp, with
frequent rams; and the injury done to
ton isconsiderable. Excessive warmth
and moisture cause cotton to rot. sprout
in the balls, while that which had already
opened has been stained uml otherwise
considerably damaged. The latter part
BLACK SMITHING IN AM.4 ITS BRAN
ches, an I the U-t of workmanship, at
J. P. Webvra, next door to James' stable. ,
tf ALU ABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR
V sale-, on Mam Street w.twi-ea Fislier
und Bank, enquire pfj. W.. Bustian. .
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween P. H. fdmpson St Co is,this day
ty muluarconeent dissolved. Thebusi
ness wilt he continued by'P. II". Tlujnp-
son. All persons liiaeoteo to tne anove
firm will please call at once aud. make
P. II. Thompson & Co.
Sept. 24, 1890.
Mrs. W. H.Coir
Will re-open henSchooly. corner Bank
ancTFulton streets, Septemlec 1st.
Vn ihr Ynunn KTrtS (r!i iatL Amtnrinl inttst of the Week, flOIil Wednesday tO-SatUl'
i -i s- t ,t i j dav, has been cooler and clear aitd ato-
and Christian Workers of the Charlotte fvilrf permitting the
(1st) District of North Carolina:
The 2nd Annual District Y. M. C. A
Convention will hold its sessions in this
farmers to resume picking where it had
been interrupted. In many places to
bacco is nearly all houred. In the low
places,; frcst c tuned e;'n the 18. In Davie
town Oct. 10th and 12th, inclusive. The -ounty heavy rain and a bail storm, on
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hWcotUn that has come iu so far, as
uenil lliii'i! is Miy unsalisfactory,
blemiis having damaged it. This
njiluiui is i neiaj all over tle State.
riw. ..llj.ir.i to lie v. i. . Jonts, or
eiiih, I v l-beKf-plist -.church of this
. l:.s lit i it j:e nil d and Mr. Jor.cs
i.n.ne tl i i: Jtcintt Miy -l.cn ly.
hottest Lnid lis in tn the W.N. C-
DLTjav. I'laik, engineer, ran over
killed a trtnjp en Monday mornin
tltUiiec niits ibis siee of Stiitesvillet
little id rtwid McPaniel, living
bolu Hill dropped dead from paraly-
last Pnnday. She had apparently
recovered from an attack, of-dipthe-
Mrglars tried to enter the honse of
,J. zrSi lmltz one night last week.
i door facing was prized off and one
Ihe- "lasses .Token out of the front
v " 1
lie atrtitien of all parties ivho" have
iMite boxes in the vault of Itbc Davis
IVilj-y Uuokv is e;tHi d to the advert ie-
Itrtrin regard to them in another col-
Jiuncs t)ftj;vvho jivtd in the county
k'w miles from tow n was, killeel by the
nilu.-i(.n:Ma -locomotive boiler in Geor-
a Miimfay. Owens hud been on the
iil less t hau a w eek.
fire town of Concord, in Cabanas
luity. own a cart and a bull and an
rt is being made to utilize them for
iparpose 'of keeping the paper aud
m off of the streets.
party of Richmond & Danville" eu-
pws are encamped near M"r. Hender-
s. It is reported that they arc mak
arraiifgements to increase the capaci-
ef the freight yards.
Pr. J. J:1 Nofrmnn' line Trcifrinrl
al -.nanagenieut of the North Caro-
lul and Iron Company of Grcens-
Ko Ur back in Salisbury where he cx-
pa to make bis hcadquartars.
b.Hl';l ... , f . .,
" sneering inings anoiar, tne
I yftU? county papers arc run un-
yttjireasulisci-iber. vou have no
pa io. ami n rl,.,n3 .n.,f
fjust tickles nine out often.
iChina (Irove it ,.l..;.v.,i k.
. ..... iiuuin, euosmt;rauie uuuu
going on amLamomr them is a
store house which t is reoorted
already bceii rented for a drug store.
eoneonl Standard braes
wwiaan, Paul Miller as
F"pion cotton nicker of
r "".v-nnierean ni.-k from
The weekly practice of the
sot each day, except Sundays, from the
20th day of September to the 24th day ol
October, 'DO, inclusive, and no registra-
Chon lion will be allowed after the last named
the Kith, injured crops to some extent.
1 1 la n ha (oust tint ton.
re; pei adecs in the Mountains.
MiDDLESBORorciH, Kv. Sept.. 23. Jim
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in order that ample provision he made ""y "eu cieapcrniio or ino .1 ur-
for their entertainment, each Association I! !,cnS"6 " wwiuwuny im iu
sessions will he held in the Y. M. C. A.
hall. First session, Friday evening
liailroad rates can he ascertained by
applyingjo ihe-Ageut at your station.
We expect at least 40 delegates, and
tjnion will take place to-night, in the hall day, unless the voter shall have become
of (Tie V. M. C. A. A fine upright piano qualified, by becoming of age, since the
has been purchased and will bereadytor closing ot the registration books as pro-
to-night's practice. There has been an
iiieronrc of Keveral members sincc the
June Festival Much enthusiasm pro
4. On Saturday, October, 2oth, 190,
it shall be the duty of the registrars and
vails, and the Choral Union is a ire in- J judges of each elction to attend at the
Mr. T. J. Jerome, a former partner of
Mr. 8: J. Pemberton of Albemarle and
who has boon in Kansas City for some
time returned last week and, will again
locate in Albcmarleand practice law
with Pemberton. Jerome has had a hard
time .'.ince he left having been robbed of
all his savines by one Clark with whom
he formed a partnership out west.
The Republicans"! n this Congressional
district, in convention assembled, at
Lexington last Saturday: decided toput old and upward, not being idiots or luna
polling places of their township or pre
cinct, with the registration Tjooks, from
9 a. in. to o p. to., when and where the
registration hooks shulrhc open to. the
inspection of the voters, and objections'
to-voters shall he made, and the word
'challenged" noted on the books, and a
time and place be fore elect ion day shall
be appointed to hear such challenge's,
upon giving notice to the person chal
lenged. But such challenges may be
made at any lime.
5. All male persons, twenty-one years
no opponent in the field against Mr.
Henderson and the h we came near
tics, or having been convicted of an in
famous crime committed after January
saying fight Jmt there will be none) the h 1S77 , and not having been legally re
fun will be in seeing how far Mr. Hen-1 stored to right of citizenship, born in the
dcrson will leave the self styled Alliance, United States, and who have Jegally
Independent, Republican, Industrial U n
ion candidate behind.
is lcuuested to forward names of dele
gates actually expecting to attend to W.
II. Reisner, Llim. J-.nu-i tainnu-nt Com.,
not later than Oct. oth.
Members of the Reception Committee,
designated by badges, will be 111 atten-
into Tennessee, where he is wanted for
the killing of a man hy the name of
Campbell, and was sentenced for a long
term 111 tin? State penitentiary on Satui
day last. Andy Watson, another ot the
same gang, was arrested by Deputy
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v. 4 1 1 lie: via 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 .i 1 v. 1 1 v mi 1 1 i e 11 i , . . .
trainsand will escort the delegates lo und expects a severe punishment for his
our rooms, where assignment wiirTOT V ".'t ..,..s.. c.r t... t...,
made to the brflies of our c tiens bv the ... c" ""tv"
Committee on Enterlaininent. . turner, and mil 1 tinier , he leaders of
t 1.W...1:.., ih,. !,;.... the famous hand of outlaws who for
tWrq .is" no association organized,,- the 'W'Wwk rM
i et -;.;.. n..L in,. -Kentucky and noriheastcrn Tennessee,
. i l i i 1 . l C J V ' 1 I ' V HI IOI Hill, U liU I i." lll . 1 . - 1 f
interest of the Association at heart, will he tnde of eivi iza Uou,
be considered an accredited delegate by fltf lu lr,,e WJf ft North Carolina,
a: n; . ..v, wr lr i ; .. . . w here for awhile, at east, they hope to
sending his name to V . 11. Reisner, , t. . . e 1
e -i xi:. . ..ii . k i w be ah e to con t in lie a life of adventure
smiiis in ainnt ami Anlique and loth
Century that I sold for 10 per cent, more
last year. 4-have a well. selected linn of
Divans Plush Rockers, Book Cares, Van
lie Mori ors and Novelties in Furniture.
I have Fran red the country this year for
bargains, buying in large quantifies for
cash to get ihe best bargains, my object
being to give my juusW niers this fall ihe
best goods pos.-i hie for the mcnev. I
make a specially of furnishing reldi n e..
and hotels Complete JVcm tep to bottom
lam anxfens to self you all ytUr furni
ture, and will do it if you w ill allow me
to eiuote my pi ices. Long time given on
Pianos and Organs. W rite me tor Pi ices
and Terms. ,
E. M. ANDREWS,
CHARLOTTEr N. C.
CONCORD, N. C.
Sept. 30, and Oct. 1, 2, & 3, lSt). -
Admission . 25ct?.
MISS JENNIE CALDWELl'3
k WUfABY MG SCHOOL ?gr-AOTJ-
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r.''1!r;'m'T' V Cam" ah miTAT iTut, I
M.-rik-al c:.mn. Oaursi- in Art .mi Hi4 i- .. ...
K.nd Ca.l:x Orontra. Few Rarfcctrr. wWi fall nMi,,.
w cot, a. c da vi j, str:..wissWMui.c.
An Unhidden Onest.
One day last week, while dinner was
being prepared at V. M. Carters, on the
dec of China Orove, a large cop per
head snake crawled into ihe kitchen
No doubt Ids snnkeship was attracted
by smelling the good things cooking,
but as dinner was not ready, and as Mrs.
Jennie Fultz, who was in the kitchen at
the time, did not care about having such
a guest she promptly dispatched him.
We have always heard that rattle
snakes and copper-heads were a very
domestic snake, so to speak, but this is
the first one we ever heard of that had a
strong enough hankering after good vit
uals to deliberately walk into a mans
naturalized, who shall have resided in
the State twelve months next proceeding
the election aud 90 days in the county in
which he proposes to vote, shall be enti
tled to vote.
The residence of a married man shall
be where his family resides, and that of
a single man where he boards and sleeps,
aud should he stay in one precinct and
board in another, his residence slmll be
where he sleeps.
And if ait elector has previously been
registered in any ward, precinct or town
ship in the country, he shall not be al
lowed to register again until he procures
a certificate of the registrar of the for
mer. township, ward or precinct, that he
has removed from the same, and that his
name has been erased from the registra
tion books of said ward, township or precinct.
350 to 400
pkaday, but he has to hustle to do
v.. u nuiuiers oi rroviuencc
I A a-hin i i ...... . ..... ...
v nu ei at tiatter Shop on
"H Inursdav in rw
. ui organizing an assocm-
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'fwran's sons, and
lts at: M ..
h.i ; "'""eysiiall to-
Men's Democratic Club
1 . i r 1 1-ii iiifiLt
v- wacdanec is desired." Messrs
fcarujiardt and WoUon hay
'I Uiv it... I . . I
, "l- 1 loiiUUiess the club on thi
Young Mens Temccratic Club.
The meeting of democrats called
last Friday night was well attended.
J. W. Rumple was made temporary
chairman and F. B. Arcndcll temporary
secretary. The constitution of the State
bDemocratic club was adopted and seven
ty-five names were enrolled. The tem
porary officers were thcu made perma
nent and M. C. Quinn was elected treas
urer, T. F. Kluttz, T. B. Brown, W. T.
Rainey, W. F. James and Lee S. Over
man w ere eleeted vice presidents.
N. B. McCanless, D. M. Miller, C. Bar
ker. R. L. Ramsay, I), h. Gaskill, Geo.
i..""t? Tt Arendell and W. Ij. t
Rankin were elected as an Executive
Upo motion a committeecousisting of
Douglas Brow n, J. M. Hill, W. H. Craw
ford and H. A. Blinks, was appointed to
procure a hall for meeting and to see
that the hall is properly opened on pub-o-jcasions
aud taken care of.
T. F. Kluttz, Lee S. Overman, F. B.
I Andrll and W. H. Overman were ap-
inted a committee on public speaking
legates to the Convention at Ral-
was left for the president to appoint
..n .....nbeis intending to go were
'""'" " - - . si . . : i
evident of 8aWtr"s"'
Hon. John S. Henderson, Democratic
candidate, and Hon. P. C. Thomas, Alli
ance, Independent-Republican? and In
dustrial Union candidate for Congress,
in tho Seventh Congressional District,
have agreed upon a joint canvass and
will address their fellow citizens at the
following times and places, to-wit:
Bailey's Store Thursday Oct
Mt. yernou Friday
Salislnuy Saturday " u -
(The appointments at Gold Hill
China Grove have been cancelled on
count of the Concord-Fair.)
All persons-arc cordially invited to at
tend and hear the discussions.
Other appointments will be made and
advertised in due time for the remaining
M. H. PHINKIX,
- Chairman Dcm. Cong. Ex. Com.
P. C. Thomas.
aforesaid. Ministers all over the Dis
trict aro especially invited. We are
looking forward for glorious results, not
only for our own town, but for the whole
District, and all may rest assured that a
hearty welcome to Salisbury awaits you.
Coi.fi '.cut that our meeting together
will ho for the mutual help and blessing
of every one w ho attends the Convention,
and that the holy spirit will bless us in
all things pertaining to our grand work
throughout the entire District, we re
main, Yours in the bonds of Christian fel
lowship, T. H. Foust, President.
T . M. McCulloh V. P.
E. G. Hunt,
V. B. SMOevr, Sec.
Rev. Jones and Whitehead,
Rev. Paul Whitehead, presiding elder
of the Lynchburg district, and Rev. Sam
Jones have not been on good terms for
some tiran past. It is said that Mr.
Whitehead criticised Mr. Jones last
spring and has not taken part in .Mr.
Jones Lynchburg meetings. In its re
port of one of Mr. Jones' Lynchburg
sermons of Friday last, the Lynchburg
News publishes the following: Some
preachers don't like me. Your presid
ing elder isn't here helping us to pull
souls to heaven, but he's been writingjy
the ehurch paper about wends getting
dull. (An elderly minister called out,
"Let us keep in good humor, brother.")
'I am in a good humor." replied bam
Jones. "I'm happy. Bless your life he
ain't making me mad; it takes a live man
to move me. I never yet h.id a coatro
veisy with a dead one; but I'm afraid the
devil will getthe folks while some preach
ers I know are pulling on their boots.
Preachers must be alive to all worth
knowing and doing. At
thd close of the services, Sam Jones said
Brother Garland has just come to me and
said I must straighten out what I said
about vour presiding elder. He is a gen
tleman, a Christian and a schalor and I
love him: hut I couldn't resist shooting
rav-little gun at him. when he shot his
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big gun at me.
Your Wife's Letters.
Nashville. Sept. 23. United State
District Altorny Runm refused to coun
tenance the prosecution of a man who
was charged with opening his wife's mail.
Some weeks since, a citizen of l'utnani
county intercepted a letter addressed to
his wife, anil found incrimiAation evi
dence which he subsequently used in a
flie writer of the letter thereupon ap
plied to Mr. Runm for a warrant against
the man on a charge of interfering with
mailJ Mr. Runm refused to issue it, but
the matter was taken before Commis
sioner Julien at Bloomington, Putnam
county, who refered the ease to Mr.
Rubin, who ordered it dismissed upon
the ground that no jury could be found
to convict under the circumstances.
which has few counterparts, even in the
pages of fiction.
Two hundred union carpenters struck
work on the new exposition building at
Spoknno Falls, Wash., because the con
tractor bought boycotted lumber. The
citizens were indignant; consequently
bankers, merchants, lawyers, couneilmen
and others pulled off their coats, andT
hammer in hand, went to tho building
and began lay ing shingles on the immense
Cotton and Grain Market
Reortcd hy BOYIIKN QU4XX.
Strict good middling, none
Good middling, none
Middling, 94 to 9.30
Low middling, 9
Stains,- w." 'J
SELECT SCHOOL FOR GISLS
Will open Monday, September loth,
1890. No deduction for absence; except
iu csrses of protracted sickness.
SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court iu the ease of Isaac A. Lyerly and
others. ;Ex-parte, I will sell at tho
Court Hqu&s door in Sahsbifry -On Mons
day the tith day of October 1890 at public
auction, attack of laud in Rowan county
adjoining the lands of Levi F6vlass,Isaac
Lyerly and W.C. Lyerly, containing 19S
acres, more or le'ss.
Terms: one third cash, one third in
six months and the balanco in twelve
months. Interest on deferred payments
from day of sale at eight per cent per.
J. L. Cowan,
September 3rd, 1890.
office at MORGAN'S STUDIO
SALISBURY. Mm C-
Laborers both "white and colored at
BettsJiakcr--mt4'Paint Bank Mines, Car
roll County, Va.
Steady work, wages $1.00 pvr day 2o
miles from Monet Airy and Cape Fear
& Yadkin Valley R. R.
James E. Clayton
. John F. McKek,
A cream of tarter biking' p)-!-. Highest of
all In leavening strength U. s. cc rnn.t : It -
ixjt , .1 1"'. IT, lSV.
A groat Success was never made by a
merchant without auverusing.
Captain James H. Miller, while at
fen i iga eampmeeting near Indianapolis
during the civil war, pulled the curls of
a prelty girl in front of him. They bee: me
lovers, but she married another. He
married also, but he never forgot her, a nd
when he died the other day he left her
iiiWHjO. She is; living-.n Chicago in poverty
llie firm accounts of Drs. Whitehead
& Tranthutn have been placed iu the
hands of P. P. Meroncy for collection.
AH pei-sons w ho arc still owing this firm
will please make immediate settlement.
H. T. Tkantham.
The name of cvyory man in
Western North Carolina who
has timber land, improved and
unimproved, farm lands, town
lots and properties for sale. We
must have bottom prices, full,
ctear and correct descriptions.
Persons wishing to buy, soil
or rent properties will find it to
their interest to write to or
McCUBBINS & REISNER,
EEAL ESTATES AGENTS,
SALISBURY, X- C.
a o jj 4' i: ill . T.
By tho solicitation of my friends, I
hereby announce myself as an independ
ent candidate for the ollice of Cotton
Weigher of Rowan county-. -
41:3m. - ADAM L. KETCHEY.
IWI RIDGE IISTIM'SiffiSffi-
This school ia situated in one of the most hcUhful
bcciIi of the H(ulh. It fcthc lurprt Wg;
Schc.l i i North (-art)lin.a. 2G7 MudeHts durini.'
yonr hist rlA t uU Courses fojr i.repanulon for
I olleKC TwH liing. Music. nookkcepinK.
' i.n.i Ti.f.mi,hv TvnewrilinK. tend
for beauiilul lllustruted Catalogue AMicu
PRINCIPALS, OAK RIDGE, IU,
The Best Business
Davis & Wiley Bank.
J5alisburyJSC., Sept. 24, 1S90.
All persons having special boxes on
deposit in the vaults in the building now
occupied by this bank are requested to
call and get them, as the bank expects to
vacate Che premises early in October and
all boxes not removed will be left at the
risk of the owners of the boxes.
O. D. Davis, Cashier,
Davis & Wiley Rank.
YET OFFEREI5T ; .
THE WINSTON WKST END LA XI' Ol.MJ'ANY offins for
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iber of its lots in sVrtli-VeSt Winston. inu
s walk )i t li
( i lint- of Street Cars in the"
, .mil uidii -rlnidt d. inoilli-
li -in - - -i 1
tl.ce.snnd ( LM '; in WW,
Hind nnicAam curd. Books
in rtuunnf. TVAi WW frm !
mart .4 l!o rW. Pi.wrf is POST
ritKV.. nt i MitJuali- o t-1 r'''.
sale a limited nun
are within six minute
fniili fi .nvenit-nt to :
tain views, ropuhtliti in iK ft.iii
twelve thousand (12,000).
k n;iiLk nnl ihrcc-.iuarU.-rs of outside nniiK'V
Winston-Salem in 1800. Three hun ircd and tweity-ix tlious
onddollars put iiTioAutoncsai.d homt. huihiinjn 1
September. Three railroads building intoodiy U-rhi,tary to
This is the U st ti.nejo buy. Mu. V iLt tornwpyen
on application to
P. M. WILSON, Sec,
Winston, N. Or
bquesUrd to notify the pi
Try the W atciimajm.
with her ihiid -hu.sLi.nd.