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THURSDAY. JUNE 25, USUI.
The WaTCHMA U organ of the MM
,noc in the 5th and 7th Congressional
The WatchiaK has 50 per cent more
circulation than any paper published in
Salisbury. jmmr j ,
5 ME. CADE BETIREjS.
In this week issue q the Proqrcs
ire Fanner, liev. Baylus Cade an
nounces his resignation. .Maj. IV. F.
puffy; of the Wilmington Star, will
succeed him,. Mr. Ciule giws Iris rea
sons as follows:
"After a cartful anil -patient Ftudy of ttlel
Pub-Treasury bjJJ, i am convinced that its en
actment into law would be disastrous to the
country and "especially fo the agricultural in
terestof the country. Holding this view, I
cannot vrriic one word in favor of that bill.
The dofiiinant Pt ntirhent in the Alliance upon
tlds'-ajcasure iHtt'lrreconciiTable conflict with
my riewp; and the only manly and honorable
ii:iiircp left onrn far me is to retire, fliid let
another editor take charcc of the paper whose
views are in harmony with those of ihe friends
of the Sub-Treasury.
We have no auarrel with those
who think . that the sub-Treasury
is not the beat thin but the man wio
can see nothing good in it certainly de
serves the prayers- of the people.
The anti-Alliance papers, with a
few, exceptions, seem
ready fotJJie battle.
to be getting
Instead, of an-
tagouizing the organization
the proper 4otirse t'6r the pliers of
both parties to pursue. would be to -ad
vise wisdom and discretion. They
should say to their leaders that owing
to the fact that" such a large number
of people are disstftiified and seem de
"iirniineuHo have a changehe, the best
thing to do is to give these measures
the consideration they should have in
stead of crying "nonsense," demagog-
uery, etc. That would be honest politic-.
'Some wide-awake jsoutbem business
men have invited Mr. Harrison- andf
Mr, Cleveland to attend the industrial
exhibitions which are to be held in
several southern towns this fall. If
both of them should" accept and visit
the exhibitions at the same time what
a royal advertisement it would" make
for the Souths iiuvv- Hill Uas,--we
think', already partially promised to at
tend the Augusta exposition. Could a
platform be built wide enmrgh and
strong enough to hold all three of them
lit one time? -.
The. Baltimore Sun figure it out
that all of the defaulting treasurer.'4.,
Stale, county and municipal, of both
political parties, have owed their down
fall to being what is popularly known
as "practical politicians," We don't
like to dispute with such an eaiiuent
authority, but we have always been
under the impression that being "nrac
: tical thieves" was the cause of every
defaulters downfall, -whetlier the stolen
money was private or public.
The devil is trying very hard through
various agencies, to trip up Bill Fife,
lie attacked him atCharlotte and was
defeated, but 'folUwcd him to Greens
boiMvvhere he began a meeting last
Sui;day4 and the devil got a black eye.
The evangelist was u good and willing
worker for tlie old boy for many years
and he is lotjb to gie him up.
; It Is said tliat Charles Emory Siiaith,
torof ilie Philadelphia Press and
United States Minister to liussiu.,
who is now on tiis way home on leave
of absence, willuo.t return to St. Pet
ersburg. Mr. Harrison seeois to foe
waking up to the fact that he ireeds
the services of his editorial friends at
Jiome just no:,
In thfl absence of any definite state
ment from the gentleman himself, it
is just as well not to pi;i too much
faith upon the rumor that Mr. Blajue
now favors the free coinage of silver.
We bay j no r.a ons fir saying that he
, doesn't, yjid we think those who ay
thath does are just about m the same
yt- is not Relieved that the numerous
. cases of ice creuuj poisoning published
this season h;is had the slightest effect
r upon the consumption of .thai delicious
. - compound. Young' in pay ulotit as
i . ' much attention tahese stories as thev
In. f.n t.lu nl
d ingers attendant upou kissing.
TllE fhiHigSeaagi-eswnt Ijetween
Great IWtain iitul this country is that
seal fkoac hers "iuay he seized,, but it's
- a good ileal lilie Hling a mau without
'gtli oolog that he A4anay' have 4'abbit
o diuuer. Oh, humbug, diploiinu'v
t' is(U;.f tlifiiiiiiiy'aliH.4. . i
Vvtr ' Irncrr Lie ; n wnm.Hl' wliol
isn't waiting for the adoption of a
constiUatioira"! rniiendmeut to obtain
her rights; she knows them and to
prove her ability to take them, she re
cently whipped three Jersey City po
licemen. . . . .
It is said that Mr. Cleveland has
placed his presidential fortune in the
hands f Senator Gorman and others
He might as well to have committed
political suicide at onre. It is like
leaving a hungry man io watch your
foHOCXD the rniice or v ales ever
- - . V A www
become theJving; of England which
hw recent action has .made somewhat
loubtftvl, his official title would be Al-
bert VIII, but to most people he wil
always be known as Albert the Gamb
Whether the recent anli-IIarrison
republican conference at Indianapolis
represented u large constituency or no
it has given the Harrison men some
thing to think about for awhile.
Key. Baylus Cadk, editor of th
Progressive Farmer, and Itev. Dr
Carter, pastor of the First Jiaptis
church, Raleigh, delivered addresses a
the commencement of the A. and M
college at Raleigh lst week.
A PAIR of lovers caught kissing
each other in the street in Philadelphia
were arrested, , charged with uass;iult
and battery." That isu't what they
used to call it when we were young.
The address by Dr. Dewitt Talmage
at Morehead last, .Thursday night is
said to have been a little vorse than
was expected of the man,.
It's a loss tip as to whether a crook
ed Phildelphia banker, or a cheating
English nobleman occupies the high
est social position.
We are all prone to think it easy to
reform the vices of some other fellow,
b it what of our own ?
STAT 13 NI2WS.
I terns Roiled Down to Save Space
From Mountains tc Seashore.,
Greensboro Workman: The Horti
cultural Society of North. Carolina-will
hold it Ninth Annual l?air in this
city on the 4th and 5th days of Au
gust, Durham Sun: Crops along
Lynchburg -and Durham railroad
liear to be in good condition, with
exception of corn, which looks some
Goldsboro Ile-Jidlight : We regret
to le.irn that Mr. Joet Flmore, of
Newhope township, was so severely
kicked in the side bv a mule Saturday
that lii tie hope is entertained for his re
Raleigh News and Observer: Th
meeting ofthe North Carolina Board of
Pharmacy, was announced to be held
June 1st and 2nd at Morehead, will b
lull at that place on July 8th and 9th
n:tead ot oil the hrst date mentioned.
Winston Sentinel: . While at Wal
Fnut.Cove Saturday the reporter learned
rrom gentlemen who are interested that
the coal mines there promise to turn
our handsomely. lhe company now
has several hands at w ork and t hey are
getting out coal m larira ciuantities
They expect to commence shipping in
a Ifew weeks.
Oxford Day: R,v. Dr. Black, Su
perintendent of i he Orphan "Asylum,
uas returned home from (ireenville
court and brou-'ht with him the orphan
boy, Hudson who was so cruelly whip-
pu oy a man named Uarr. The littk
fellow had some uulv bruises on h i
body. The court fined Carr S500 and
required him to pay the boy 150 and
me uri pai Asylum SiJOO.
toTcord btindard: Laura Polk,
wife of Hard Polk; an enterprising col
ored gentleman living on C. M. Bosfs
place in No. 10, gave birth to triplets
on June 12th. The vouhg fjlow;-- at
hrst the terror of the family, are still
living now the pride or the honu
They are named Benj. Harrison Polk,
Matt Quay Polk and James Bl ainc
- Raleigh Chronicle:. Col. A. B. An
ill.tri? ia-. m... . 1 L LI 1 " J I .
.o, 3 u t'e 11 sraieu in the pa
pers, will shortly become first Vice-
t lesiuent or the Richmond & Danville
railrwut It was though the won 1.1 ,U
cliue the office ow-THir In Him h..c
ity of removing his office to New
lurk, but this objection has been over
come and he will be permitted to hold
."c I'osuioii anu reside in ISorth Caro
Winston Sentinel: Itev. Samuel
Rothrock, D. D., of Gold Hill, Rowan
county and who i visiting relatives in
the city, tells us a . few incidents in his
lie time that are interesting. He has
been in the Lutheran ministry for 50
years, and vyjjth the exception of one
R- iao:itlis-be has served the same
charge iu Rowan enuntv fTo hoa ......
ched Ins ist year but is still active.
liiXVSi ' '"S ljeei1 toandidateforthe Preid
lotte ews that Sam Jones perfoimpH
4. .. . . . I,","",C,
fir. , l "'."ujrimi
nny.f our siifoon keepers, and broke o
tircus that whs run irfng in opposition
to him.. A wind stm
...it . . ""muiwilllis
auditfy-H.tu, but he bou-ht tlve rir,.
Cei.t mid roiitlliiiwj i,is meetin' uudrr
is s it ii-r..
0TO WASHINGTON LETTER
The Financial SlUation The Speak
ership Camnalsn! ia Ohio
Correspondence ot the Watchmnn.
Wasiiixgtox, June 22, 1S91. The
condition of the Uu'ied States treas
ury lias oeen much talked of during
the last few days, and among tbip joli-
ticians of both parties it has been the
fruitful source of misstatements not to
give the hundred and one stories that
have been told on both sides a worse
name. The democrats have declared
that the much prophecied deficit wr.s
an actual fact, while the republicans
have been just as emphatical instating
that the tre;isury had p'enty of availa
ble cash ou hand. Neither of them
have stated the facts just as they exis
ted, without txageratiou, because they
were on both sides trying to make po
litical capital out of w hat should really
have nothing to do with partisan poli
tics. However, it is hardly fair to saddle
all of the blame upon the politicians:,
when much of it .is chargeable to the
style in which the treasury statements
are made up. For two days this state
ment mads it appear that tlie United
States Treasurer had given checks for.
nearly a mil I ion dollars more than the
amount of available cash iu thetivas
urh hence the democratic stories of
the treasury aetjcit 'when as a matter
of fact the treasurer had $2(3,000.000
ou deposit with national banks, which
was. certainly jast as much available
cash as is a private individuals bank
deposits, besides ftlere was in the treas
ury, more than $20,000,000 in fraction
al silver hence the republican cry of
plenty ot money.
There is no deficit, and there is no
plenty of money; the real situation is
midway between those statement., bui.
as all the big payments that will be
due for three-mouths' have now been
pir:id it is fan to inter that the treasury
surplus will increase-very rapidly 'dur
ing the next ninety days. Among
the questions. to be considered at the
cabi.net meeting which Mr. Harrison
called before going to Cape May Point
with Mrs. Harrison land the children,
for next Friday, it is ; understood, will
I i A ...
oe the torni ot treasury statement, to
be used, and it is hoped that it may be
decided to change it to a plainer form,
so that neither side can take advantage
of it for political ' purposes. Every
patriotic citizen, no m itter what his
political prejudices are, should be iu
favor of die sing our fin meia' sjsiem
from partisan politics.
As was expected the North Ameri
can Commercial Company which is
the exclusive lessee of the sealing
privi leges in Alaskan waters, has tfed
notice of intention to put in a .claim
against the government tortheainoui.it
of its losses hy reason of not being al
lowed to take the stipulated nunv'ier
of seals during tlie ; season of 1!S0;,
when it only tok 2.),0CM.) wlii e it.
contract allowed it to take OJ,000.
For that it claims 8400,000. Thi
season when it is to be only allowed to
take 7,500 it will probably claim a
larger amount. It is believed .that the
administration is favorably inclined to
paying thiscompany back the money
that it had actually paid out Mr.
Blaine is credited with having said as
much 'out it is hardly probable that
it will even entertain the idea of pay
ing the enormous sum asked for, which
doubtless includes anticipated profits
had the full number of seals been
The National Democrat which has
been in financial straight for some
time, has suspended publicat ion. It is
thought that a very; large amount of
money has been sunk by its p-iblisher.
It has been regarded as a Cleveland
A geutleman high in the councils
of the democratic, party said to me to
day that Mr. Cleveland w;:s backing
representative JMc Mill in, of Tennessee,
iu his fight tor Speakership of the
House. He was of t he opinion that
Mr. Cleveland's help would not 'prove
very beneficial, because, while he had
a very large following it was entirely
personal and not of ! a nature to be
Ohio politics is exciting the greatest
interest here just now, and in several
r.-s'pects it is certainly puzzling. For
instance, the democrats seem disposed
to concede MeKinleys election as gov
ernor and to concentrate their tfforts
upon electing a majority of the legis
lature, at least that's the way they
talk. The republicansare in much
doubt as to the .actual relations between
Senator Sherman and Ex-Governor
Foraker, and they are very charrv of
expressing opinions fin the merits of
either man. Secretary Foster, who is
to return in time to attend the Friday
cabinet meeting is relied upon by hfs
party associates to straighten out the
tangle when he gets! back.
There is much speculation as to the
effect ofthe new European silver pool
upon tne purciiasers ot silver bullion
by the treasury department.
Only $1.90 for thr Projrcssicr Far
mer, n atclunan ant u picture -ttf all
the officers ofthe national Alliance in
cluding each State President.
Ex-Senator Jce McDonald, of Indi
ana, is dead. Next to Mr. Hendricks.
he stood, us a democrat in the Stnh
was prominently snoken of ;.s n
encv, loth in
Tlie director of the Mint is informed
that 82.500,000 of gold was shipped
from New York and! 250,000 from
Boston on last Fridayj
Ten thousand tin iil.ite workers arp
locked out in Wa'.s.
Mining: News Gathered in This anrj
Otlier States. j
kenis aa.t artic-lca for. this department arft
earnestly solicited. j
Xo PMnrhjuce Can Possibly Arise froui
Onr Silver CoIue.
We call upon our bankers and business
men to look at and consider this m ntt fo
under tire light 'of the monetary history
ofthe epoch, which doc3 not warrant or
justify the present ig:i.)r.mt clainjr
from certain insensate quarters agnin$t
the use of silver concurrently wilh gold
here iu the United States as "the basis o f
our paper currency.
The Ji it historical fact we have to ask
of them to weigh and remember is, that
should our mints keep on coining stan
dard dollars until the 30Ji June, 18J7, to
their utmost capacity of-$i,50J,00i) peir
month, they will not have supplied
the country w ith more legal-tender silver
money than exists in France at this
present moment, to wit: $700,000,000: bat
h -ld in Fiance at a valuation concurrent
with gold which, if given to the 41t
grams ot silver inoursilverdollar, wouiu
make the same worth 103.00 cents! j
Certainly, with such an expression!
silver circulation of fully 18.150 per head,
me rencn people havs not oeen over
taken and are not even regarded at houc
or abroad as menaced in. the least by la
financial catastrophe such as we hear
much about iu the mischevious, sensational
new-papers herein the Eastern Atlantic
States us the certain impending conslt
quencosof a. silver coinage in the United
fkatcs at the present time of less than
0.50 per head of our people.
We beg ofthe intelligent business men
ofthis country to look squarely in the
face the further historical fact that the
greatest bank in the world the Bank ot
France under the. bi-metallic regime oi
that country had a specie reserve iu its
vaults a week ago ofthe enormous sum
of $187,870,000, of which no less than
$l!4o,ooo,000 was silver; and held at a
valuation ''.0'6 per cent, higher than is
given to the same weight of the metal in
our standard dollar and consisting tle
silver basis of 50 per ceirt. of the paper
money of the Bank at this time, And
yet tlie shares of the Bank of Fiance ot
the pr value of $193.3 , each, are selling
at this time at $S.j(.
Though by the- 30;h Juno, 1S97. we
should possess in this country $700,000,
000 in silver money, nevertheless, tliat
would not give us a greater circulation
per head of our people than $0.10; that
is to say, $11.20 less than the French haye
per head at this time, without having
been subjected to or threatened by any
We ask all business men, whether
bankers or merchants, to also bear in
mind that while r ranee, under her bi
metallic monetary sytem, has acquired
so prodigious i.n amount of silver, that
country has also attracted and kept
the exceptional sum of $"23.53 per beau
of the French people in gold, and the
B.ink of France now has in her vaults
fully $213,S00,0o0 ot that metal showing
in the most practical manner that the
possession of silver has not driven gold
from France or from the Bank of France;
a bank that was easily able very recent ly
to spare the Bank of England $15.0o0,o(m)
ot the yellow metal at the rate of 3 per
cent, per annum.
Upon these ground, wc ma- claim,
business men should dismiss from their
minds, as equally wanting in vtracity as
the ogre stories told them in their child
hood this sheer iu fancy that the coin
aye and current use of silver in tin1
United State- with gold, ;,(.' have the
effect to drive gold from our shores.
If there is any country in Europe in a
cond'H ion to venture the adoption of a
mono-metallic monetary system based on
gold, n-suredly, it should be France.
This hardly admits of honest doubt,
much less dispute, for it is nowhere de
nied that there is a gold circulation in
that 'Republic, at the present writing, ot
at least $1)00,000,000 or $23.53 per head,
for every man, woman and ebi d in it.
while so distinguished a Minister of
Finance as Leon t;y, asserted ten years
ago, that there were between 905,
OOO.OOO and $1,15S,000,000 of gold in
France at that time the meaning of which
would be $1,001,500. It were therefore,
safe to claim that France might ven
ture upon the experiment of a single
gold based monetary currency, with at
least $2G per head of that species of money,
together with'J say, as much subsidiary
silver as $100,000000 or as the British
and German people, respectively, po
ssess at this time, and coupled, al.-o, with
as much "uncovered" paper money
($100,000,000) as the latter people hav'e
in their circulations. In that case
the French people would still have for
.the?; sustenance of their business, at
least. $25 per head with about $2.01 iu
subsidiary silver and- $5 20 in uncovered
paper UtcnvV', or in all, $31 81, per capita,
or 1-8 21'in'ore than the English have at
piesentfand fully $7 per head more than
our people have Mining Record.
..Weekly -crop Bulletin.
Raleigh N. C , June 1S9U
The reports of correspondents of tlie
Weekly weather crop Bulletin isssucd by
the North Carolina Expeiiment Station
and State Weather Service for the week
ending Friday, June loth, 1891, shciw
that e'ear weather has been con
siderably in excess, sun shine abund
ant,', ami towards l he latter part bf
the week occasional showers have pre
vailed generally. In consequence crops
have made marked improvement. Grass
is getting uniler controll somewhat,
though stiil very abundant. Tlie wheat
harvest now progressing has preventt-d
farmers from devoting much lime to the
cultivation of crops. Farm labor is re
ported dithcult to obtaiu. Of crops
generally, cotton shows the 'least im
provement; it is not all -chopped yet, aiiid
stand continues poor. Tobacco has
made f n ? start. The wheat harvest w ill
probably be completed next week; tj.e
yield will le a good average and of ejx
cellent quality. Another favorable wc j'k
will enable farmers to bring their wojk
nearly up to date, and will give a
better outlook to the crop prospect!.
Tlie -condition averages about the saine
now in all districts. I
Grand Alliance 31 ass-Meet ing-.i
A grand Alliance mass-meeting wjll
b held at Goldsboro on Saturday, tlie
27th ofthis month. Senator Petler, of
Kansas, President Polk and other promi
nent speakers, will be present. This
meeting is in the eastern section of our
State. Another one will be held
Charlotte ou Wednesday, the 25th day
August. Eet everybody turn out. Pro
; There is a movement on foot
Richmond, to secure separate stivet cm
accommodation for the whites and
Ghilflnn Cry for Pitcher's rtoria.
The Kaces of tlie Fourth 1 f July.
CorrcspoaJonce or taa W'alchuija.
The people of Raleigh and the people
ofthe State generally will have been
fully informed, by posters and the press,
that the Fourth of July will becelebraled
here by the finest races ever held on the
Raleigh track. These mc !trf m.n..n
up by gentlemen interest in the turf, not
amucii from devotion to fast racing as
jiom bmru ana unrnnsn tn in-iM-,.
the breed of hoist s so as to prove that
the stck in North Carol in.v is inferinr in
speed and endurance to that of no other
btate. 1 Ins has had m-.wf ,iirriv in tu
pieformar.ee of Mr. Batchelor's horse
linlh-o and other line stock of Capt, B.
F. Williamson, and other gentlemen here
and elsewhere in the State give promise
that Pamlico will not wear his laurels
with incontested rivalry.
Entries will be made from Wilmington,
Winston, Tarboro, Oxford ami perhaps
other places and such numbers and ot
such excellence as to give promise of a
day of unusual animation and excitement
for owing to the number of horses, the
races will succeed each other with as
little delay as possible. They will be
conducted alio on a high principle, so
that fairness will rule, exact determina
tion o. qualities be reached.nnd spectators
spared the humiliating tricks ofthe pro
fessional jockey. The race is to be a i t
newai of racing in its best days in North
Carolina the object being the same, to
present an occasion of animating sport,
with the ultimate object of proving w hat
perfection can be obtained the aim being
to improve the breed of the horse, the
boldest and most 11 eful of all animals.
Lieutenant Robinson and four of his
crew, of Revenue O tter Bear, were
drowned near Sitka, Alaska, several
days a 20.
Salisbury Proclacs IIark2t.
C.oiTCcUd weekly by I). K. Jri.l.w & CO.
Egg?, 10,12. Dry Hides,
Ihitter, )(," : (men
CliidU'Hs, 25(W.:J0 Ln'oii.
Iri-li potatoes, too White bean?,
Sweet () Mixed "
bVa.-s ;:, Flour.
Corrected weekly at Planters' Warehouse
break J for the month ending March tilst
have been unusually good, considering the
bad weather and roads. As vl 'there is no
vi-dble decline iti the market. We udvisv 010
friends to sell as soon as i;ssTb
IJeluw we quote :
Common Lugs, Jai. YVrap"rs.good, Ra2.".
Oood 4a';1, Fine, 2. " a. '-'."
ttright " ;alo Faney, :;;,a-!.
Ulers, common. .a8
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of -all in lca4'ii;ig strength.
Latol U. S. Governiuent Food Report.
Family lO-Cd Diaita Miilo;?
Unequalled for the Cure of
Dysentery, Diarihca, Chol
era Morbus, Summer Ccm-
plaint, Pains in the Stomach
and Bowels, &c.
Ie it. known that bv mutual rnneoni
wc, W. II. Keisner &. IJro , Jewelers, Sal
isbury, X. C, have this 18th day ofMav,
18'Jl, dissolved partnership, aiid herebv
maKe i-mniic announcement of the same
and give notice to all persons indehtf
to us timt all accounts due must be set-
tied ny July loth, after which date
all due and unpaid accountswill be left
with our attornev for collection.
W. H. 11KISXER,
CI I AS. F. REISXER.
X. B. The Jewelry business will be
conducted by me at the old stand of the
above firm, and I hereby assume all debts
and obligations of the firm of W. Jf.
Keisner & Bro., and wish to state that I
propose to do a strictly cash business and
give my customers benefit of the lowest
market price on all goods. AH work is
under my own personal supervision and
I will try to even better, if that be t.nsel.
i i. ii.. i i. -i -i .
oie, me mgn sianoaro and renutat inn
our work lias attained. My object is to
please, and 1 will spare no (Hart to for
ward that end. Thanking o'i for past
favors and asking a continuance of tlie
same, I am,
Verv tiulv vours,
A complete Ferotype outfit at a rea
sonable price f.r rash. For further infor
matiou apjdy attbi.M olfice.
goal, Sal 2'.
" extra, 12als,
WAR! 'Illff lll
Salisbury Jias long been in need of
another first-class CLOTHING AND
GENTS' FURNISHING STOUE, and wc
are glad see II. &, L. Vkight coming tor
xrnrd to fill the long-felt want with a"S3
fine stock of Clothing, Hat, Shoe?,
Shirts, Collars, Cufls, Ties, CrvAt,
Handkerchiefs and Geuts' Furnishing gsj
Goods "at lower prices than ever before
oHVred in Salisbury. "'Si
They have opened their well-selected
stock in the storeroom formerly occu
pied by G. V. Weight us a furniture
store, on North Main street. Their bus
iness will be strictly firt class no
."Cheap John" and up wilh the latest '
styles. Their prices will astonish you.
Many people are anxious to learn how g
they are selling so'low. For their bqne
Gt wc will say that they bought tike ir
entire stock directly from headquarters
ol manufacturers. They paid the cisn
and got the discount, and with the Lns
sistancc of a friend of thirty years ex
perience iu the clothing trade were able21
to purchase tl cir stock at lower prices
than formerly sold. Of course they Will
give their customers the benefit of their r-
Jgs" b:irsrains, and will enable the citizens of
Salisbury to buy goods cheaper at home
than tlicy can abroad.
Just tliink ftr one moment what
money will do, and then hear some of
their prices : You can buy of them S:!0
to $K) suits at 2.V; 82: to S:;o suits at
t() $:oT$2;) suits at from 10 to 1G,
and so on all the way down.
fci Tl.n.- . .
..v , x .in uj.vu , uur c es on prices fii
Wool and Straw Hats, all of the Litest
Their stock of Hoys' Clothing is com
plete, and way under the regular prices
They also carrv a well-assorted lireot
jggg ladies', misses', men's and boys' Shoes
from Tj cents up.
Fine Hi. en Collars onljr 10 cents.
Latest styhs. Linen Cnfi's only cents.
A handsome line of underwear at
ju-iyes never before offered in the c'tv.
The hattle has begun against hiMi
prices, so go and examine their stock
whether you want .o buy or net. and be
convinced that the above prices and
qualities are corrcrt. f y,,u a
will be the best pleased soul in the land
26 ly -
Look at This !;
' AVo arc now rcceiviimr the
largest and best assorted-stock
wo have ever carried.
Iiead a few of our jirices:
Pant goods, 10c. per yard.
Jirogan Shoes, $1 .00.
1 Jross ( Jonds from Sc. to $1.00
Men's SI loc-s from $3.00 to
31 2.0. . -
A full line of men's and hoys
The ehe;i;est line of Groceries
If'ouwish to save monev,
do not huv until vou "et our
We mean business.
D. R. JULIAN & CO.
I have just bought the nobbiest line of
fine jewelry ever brought to Salisbury.
My stock of Cold and Silver Watches,
Rings, Diamonds, Chain and Charms is
complete. I am here, to stav and will
not be undersold. Xo charge for show
ing goods. The most novel line of
Clocks ever shown in Salisbury, You
will save from 2o to o0 per cent, by buy
ing from me. Come and be convinced.
'S. A. k JOHNSON".
Main St., next door to B?C. Miller.
Walter A Wood's
the best on the market. Tfiby have been iiiHy
tested here .and have .frivfinsnfisnwfinn in every-
trial. Iliey are durable vnd simple. Cairicicr
o farmcr who has used them.
vail and see me .before yenrbuy; examine-nm-'
chines and hear rfiy priees and terms.
I am also agenHbr High Grade Fertilizers.
C. T. BERNHARDT, V-1"
CHARLOTTE, it. c
Douglas' 4 Shoes,
Douglas' S Shoes.
Douglas' 3 Shoes, jadies
The unprecedented trade of n
10 days made in necessary to huv h
to fill the sap in a great
sroods this week. V.vor e;.x,. ."i-
ration of niir rrvont rnf ...:..
i ' i ice sale m filp
clothing that department has been fijj,,
with ready buyers. No sale like it
held in Charlotte. When yve ad , nj
cut prices we cut. Every body ,,,.-
stands that now. We never nd.vn
what we have'not got, nor nnn:t, .J1'
we no not take. When the work ,,s
llacket is done there will:lK. llu j
mortal who can say ti uthfuilv
failed to keep faith w ith the pul,ic.
If the man Douglas, the mm, fl(i
Brockton, had know n us as well Ve
known here lie would surely haekT
that wlien we advertise his VIhm-v
had the sdioes, and saved L;.;. , ." ,,:
ridiculous position of nuikin-r ,
ng in the .statement which c m-yT-'
knew was untrue.. In th onward Li'-'n" '
ot our business We cwinot afford to V"
ttaye,.,,,i,ni nor U".V other eoinUu-m,";,'
which hills in our way. .
Carpels and flattings have had J
due share of patronage in the -re-u ,(. r
for good values. Never sold , -,'f '
many as this spring. Xt nmi.v 'df
now until, we reaclV the lluthr huWVv'.
and shall- inaugurate a special -ih.v
Crockery and (ilassware to run "f, , ' ht
days. A large stock of t-liese" M.-K
ne closed during this sale for the h, 1
rresh (larden Seeds at re
( lowr and Crass Sc ,::t
the lj)Wt'stricest Knniss' I)n:
Store. HEAD THIS!
"Be sure and call for -, fcttfe I
f : ( 'uivs. it has-never fai;..)
to cure lyspepsin. I ndi' si i.rn,
and Sick- I i (::.;(!:(, I ..;V(!
you fi;-l-cJass h Un-ru -s in Sal
isbury fn j)!ove-i!s nil-fit'.-sale
BE IX TLAiE, .
Don't wait till you get sick t -et a
bottle of Ihmiss' Dial i -hu-a Sj.ecilic. 1, in
come and have it ready. It will -a i- i
a locto:- bill and probably your iiS . h
is speedy ure tur Diarrha-a. Mux. Sin,,
iner and P,wel complaints: It i.ir
fails to cure it tiikcn.iu time. --
J. H. ENNISS.
Fire in tfie West Wail
I wish to call the attention, of my
triends to the fact that I have dciti
miued to consolidate my business at oi..
point. Theft-fore 1 have do-cd my !js
town store and am d iing bu-iiu ::i
tirely at the store on Sotiih Main Km!
near the Salisbury Cotton Mills. Huv
I have a full line of Dry (Joods,- Noli' n-,
Shoes- Cro(;eries and Provisions. ' C"""1
try produce a specialty.' I -want an un
limited number of chickens and - egg' at.
all times, for which I will p;i y .the hi-h-l
price. Mr. A. A. Hartman is wit i i
and will be pleased to wait on hi-!i i n4-r
Respectfully, T. J. W. BRoWX.
Xon-;a Caroi.1x.v-,- ) Superior C
R'oWAN t:CN'i'V. ) Augu.-t Tun;
Eli.ate4h Ilermau, Piaiutiil',
James P. Herman. l)( f nd.m'-
Action fjr 1 )i rarer J'roiir" I' i-!'
Mai riinoiiij. .
The. defendant James P. H. 1 ;.
hereby siunn.oned to appear at a Mn'
ricjr Court to be -held for Rowan . i . n
at the Court House-4u Saii.-biuy n ii-'
-d Monday before the 1st .M i. !. v :
September, 18'J1, to answer or rl- i.i i: i
the complaint of-plaint iff in this ;i,
5ind let said defendant take n'o;ic- ii . i- :
he fail to so appear aiulian-ucr !
the plaiitiff w ill apply 1o the ( . ; : :'!'
the relief demanded in the eoir.'j
This June loth, 1 sill. i.'
7 W. (J. WATM'V.
Cletk Superior (i.t.
Tiiko. F. Kli ttz.
o:J.Gt Atl'y for PTintiii.
Rcaners and 'Mtuvcrs nrc