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i t Jvunsi: J. H-'TiirBer, sccretary-r--8Qrer,
Georgia; J.F. Wllletts, : lecturer,
SiafA Alltiits-Zn r Carr, president,
fJM-SpaJ-ta; EH;. BoMijifiW, "cretarj,
HCyresrional District--Lecturer, A
f j!-r. Moorcsville; I'res'uUmt, Col. .II. A.
V.-.r -ey, Ctwba; V.-Pr-, K. !. Pcinck,
V.Uiiwoml; Secretary ann 1 rrasiixci , v.
;.-Jf lt County Jesse Miller, president,
IJUckincr; M. L. ttitchie, secretary. Saw.
IreidX bounty J. Ii- Holinan, presj.k-nt.
Spring; M. E. Kamsey, secretary,
(jAtrrut County A. F. Hileman, presi
ItnU Concord; Dr. J. S. Laii'erty, becrc
ary, Coucord. '
Dal'uhon County Tl. S. Grc:n, president,
Junes; W. A. Lindsay, secretary, TUoiuak
CdtaxchaJJounty S. T. Wiironjr, prcf
dent, Newton; J. t Ikrmn, secretary,
W. C. Reform Press Afsociation.
Officer J.-L. Iiainscy, president ; arion
.flutter vice-president; W.'S. Harnea, sec-
pi P ESS.
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ir .,:i: m Watchman, --fi.Ulsbuty, N. c.
yrrapr.V Advocate TariMiro, . t,.
iT.r.-nUln H0me-J0urn.1l, Astifyine. N. C.
vr . r.irjSPtttlnel, , Goldsboro, N. C.
C -- !rj Life, Trlnliy (h,1H-p,N. C.
y arrv - Hickory, N. C.
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uicA of the ahove-fvimed papers are re
quoted ta keep the.lLt standing on the first
jtage and add other, provided they greduly
elected. - Any paper failing to advocate the
Oeala platform will be dropped from the
lint promptly. Our people can now gee
that papers are published in their interest.
kT1 EntaBgrllng: a Witness,
A case was Wing tried in a country
court. A horso had been stolen from
a.pature, and the evidence all pointed
ferCce'rtain doubtful character of the
neighborhood as the culprit. Though
i'is gilt seemed clear, he Tiad found a
iwyer to undertake his defence. At
lie trial the defendant's attorney ex
ionded bis energy in trying to confuse
andirigbteo the oppressing witnesses,
specially a certain farmer whose tev
limony was particularly damaging.
-The Jawyer kept up ftJirQof questions,
ftafrii many foolish ones' and repeat
ing himself ajjain and again, in the
hope of decoying the witness into a
"You say" t he hlwyer went on,
"that you cart swear to having sven
tmx man drive a horse past your larui
htt thj day in question. '
- 1 can, " replied 'the witness, wearily,
for he had aire uly answered the ques
tion a dozen times.
"What time, was this?"
4il lold-ygtfTSliGoiit the middle
f the forenoon."
"But I don't wan't any 'a bo tits' or
any 'middles.' I waijt you to tell the
jury exactly the time."
"Why," said the farmer, UI don't
rilwa.ys carry a gold watch with ioe
''llv.i you have a clock in the house,
- ..ivrtit your - -
, . 11 -
1 o.s. -
"Well, whai time W;is it by that?"
''Why, by that clock it wa just
iiinef:(en minutes past 10."
"You were in the field all the morn
iiigr''1 went on the lawyer, smiling sug
Ilow far from the hou-i5 the
"About half a mile."
' 'You swear, d ywr, that by the
clock in your house it was exactly
nineteen minutes past 10?"
The lawyer paused and looked tri
limphantiyat the jury; at last ho had
entrapped the witness into a contra
dictory statement that would greatly
weaken his testimony. 4hink that
vi i I do," he said , with a wave of his
)imi1,uI am twite through with yon.1
The former leisurely picked np his
hat and started to leave the witness
stand. .Then turning slowly about he
added: UI ought, perhaps to say that
to raiich reliance should not be placed
upon that clock, as it got out of gear
about six months ago, and it's been
-nineteen minutes past 10 ever since."
. Don't mistake rudeness for sinceritv,
and try to administer lessoia, like the
minister ia.the following story, unless
von, are, a .minister, or at any rate,
have some right to correct others.
The lesson, however, is a capital one
and might be applied to many foolish
and insincere . little forms of speech
A. Rhode Island clergyman, noted
lor his frnrilrnua mwi
pnee cured h female parishoner of this
ptraoxioas hait. Sister B had
invited hiro to tea. Her table was
bountifully, inreadi bnt th fnnKa,
j woman, u the asheredjier pastor into
e iww. remirKM snat she had
Preallr nothintr fit to eat"
Without a wbrd. th
hw hat and' walked tq the house of u
neighboring parishioner. There he
asked to be permitted to sup with the
family, saying: 4.4l had intended to
take tea with Sister U , but there
was nothing fit tp eat; so I've come
Of course this strange speech took
wings and (stirred up the parish. As
'JSiste'r B- , mortified ind offended,
nary conduct, lieciilmly replivd: "Why,
aister Brtr, you said yqu had nothing
fit to eat: and since I always took Ton
for a woman of truth, and since, more
over. I had a marvelous good appetite,
was I not constrained to seek a supper
Ci?ewnerer . .
Sister B was "never af forwards
known to sjeak deprecatingly of herf
pwn iaii. -yffecfM:
Home Talk for Women.
The Southern liou5ekeepers have al
ways been noted for the excellence and
tdriety of their bread, served at each
m.!- Th following are selected
from the recipes of some of tlio most
famous housekeepers of v lrginia and
Sift three pints of flour; beat six
egg, leaving out -the whites of two;
stir fn as much flour as can be mixed
in the eggs, add milk to thin, then the
remainder of the flour and fiv table
spoonsful of yeast; leat ten minutes,
and pour in two ounces of melted nut
ter. Have the batter stiff; set in a
warm place fifteen minutes. Pour in
mufiin rings and bake in a very hot
DELICIOUS CRKAM MUFFINS.
"Beat the whites and yolks of three
eggs separately. Mix in a half pint of
cream and an ounce of butter. Add
slowly one pint of flour, pour in muf
fin rings and bake very quickly.
JtTVKin.V WA8H1XOTOK WAFFLES.
This is a icctpe from Mrs. Washing
ton's kitchen: Beat six eggs very
light, sift in a quart of -flour, add ft
teaspoofifnl of s;ilt, a pint and a half
of new milk and three tablespoonf uls
of yeast. Beat well and set to rise
over night, stir with a large spoon and
Lake in well greased waffle irons.
OLD VIIiaiXIA WAFFLES.
Mix a quart of milk and six table-
spoonfuls of sifted cor:: roeai; add a
teaspoonful of salt and a tablespoonf ul
of melted butter. Lastly.;, ada three
eKgs, beaten very light. Bake imme
diately m well greased wailie irons.
Mix a quart of florcrwRh , a tea
spoonful of salt and a tablespoonf ul
of sugar, in which rub a tablespoonf ul
of butter and an Irish potato mashed
fine; add half a teacup of yeast and
three well beaten eggs, with warm
water to make a eoft dongh. Knead
half an hour. Let rise, handle lightly,
put is a cake mould and bake in a hot
FIUGBANT POUTHERJT BUSKS.
Sift a quai t of flour, in the centre of
it put two enps of sngnr, on of lard
Rnd butter each, two beaten eggs, two
cups of milk, a pint of yeast and one
grated nutmeg. Mix all together,
work well and set to rise. When lilit
make in rolls, worovexwHhr 4nilter
and sngrr, lit rise again and bake.
Jjadics Home Journal.
IIct His Match.
A ladyjooking into a ahow window
on Wfiodward avenue was approached
by a poorly dressed Loy who solicited
"Pler.se, misstis, givd me a little
money to get something to eat."
The lady looked at him and her
heart was touched.
"Poor boy, come with me," she said,
and took him to a pancake shop where
she' ordered a dozen griddle cakes for
him to begin with.
But it struck her at the first mouth
ful he took that the youth's hunger
was a sham and a pretence. However,
she insisted on his eating a second in
stallment of the cakes, which she paid
for, -parting. .with 'the boy at the door.
An hour later as she stood at the
crossing the same boy approached her
with the same formula:
money to get something to eat
He had evideutlv forgotten her, rnd
without betraying hersslf, she led him
to the same restaurant for pancakes.
The boy had tumbled to the situa
tion, but he daredinot refuse. He ate,
and ate until it was irnpos s b e to
swallow another mouthful. Again the
lady paid the bill and left him.
Another hour passed and the good
woman stood waiting for a car. Feel
ing a touch upon, her shoulder, she
turned and Beheld the vuth whom
she had lately feed.- His jaw fell.
"io, yon don t! he exclaimed, "not
another, slapjack. Ijn: nearly busted
uowl" and he ran oft as if fiends nur-
8ied him. Detroit Free Press.
. . Taken away
-tck neaachc bilious headache,
dizziness, constipation, indigestion,
bilious attacks, aad all derangc
nenta of the liver, stomach and
bowel It's a Urge contract, hn
fj natQcrt Ikiap i?n tS vcf14 do
gr VtsWPh PWtee't VUvuai
trorls la Hgh atv TVy
cleaase and renorate tho eyrteta
thoronghlybut they do it raildlv
and gently. You feel tho good
they do but yoji don't feel
thera doing it. As a Liver Pill,
they'ro nnequaled. Sugar-coated,
easy to take, and put up in vials,
and hermetically scaled, and thus
always fresh and reliable. A, per
fect vest-pocket remedy, in email
vials, and only ona necessary for a
laxative or Uiree for a cathartic.
Tbeyro tho chetpest hH yen can
W, beeatise they're guaranteed to
pre satiaf actioa, or tout doner k
You pnly pay- for the good you
That's the peculiar plan all Dr.
l icrcos medicines . aro ppld on,
through druggists ' V '
General :; Directory.
z COUNTY 'GOVERNMENT. i
Clerk Superior Court, W G Watson.
JSherifT, Jaa M Monroe
Register of Deeds, II N Woodson.
Treasurer, J Sam'l McCubbins.
Surveyor, 13 C Arcy.
Coroner, 1) A Atwell.
Commissioners, W L Kluttz, chairjnan
Dr L W CoTenir.n, CornelHis Kestler
A Stewart aud I V Patterson.
Su)?t Public Schools, R G Kizer.
Sup't of Health, Dr J J Suiuuierell.
Overseer of Poor. A M Brown.
Mayor, T C Linn
Clerk, D R Julian.
Treasurer, I II Foust.
Police, G 11 Shaver chief, J F race, C
W Pool, R M Barrinper.
CoufrBTSsioners North ward, C F At
well, D M Miller; South ward, DR Julian,
N B McCanless; East ward, T A Cough
enour, .Too ltyle; West ward, R J llol
mes, H T Trautham.
Methodist Services every Sunday at
II a in and 6 p in. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at p m. Rev Dr.
W l Leith paster,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
atg o'clock. J W Mauncy, sup't.
Presbyterian Services every Sunday
at 11 a in and 8:30 p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8:30 p m. Rev J
Rumple, P P, pastor.
Sunday school every Sundr.y afternoon
at 4 p m. J Rumple, sup't.
Lutheran Services every Sunday at 11
ft m and 7 p rn. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 7 p m. Rev Chas B King,
Sunday school every Sundaj7 afternoon
at 3 p m, R G Kizer, sup't.
Episcopal Services every Sunday at 11
a m and :30 p m and Wednesday at G:30
p m. Rev F J Murdoch, rector.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p ra. , sup't.
Baptistr Services every Sunday morn
ing and night. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night. Rev N S Jones,
Sunday school every Sunday at 9J a.m.
N -8 Jones, sup't.
Catholic Services every third Sunday
at loj a m and 7J p m. Rev Father
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a m.
Y M C A Devotional services at Hall
every Sunday at 4:30 p m. Business meet
inaf iirst Thursday night In every month.
I II Foust, pres't.
Tulton Lode If o 09 A F h AM, meet
every first and-third Friday night in each
month. C B Ncave, W M.
Salisbury Lodge, No 24, K of P, meets
every Tuesday night. A H Boyd en, C C
Salisbury Lodge, No 775, K of H, meets
eyery 1st and 3d Monday night in each
month. C T Bernhardt, 'Dictator.
Salisbury Council, No 272, Royal Ar
canum, meets eyery 2d and 4th Monday
night in each month.- R G Kizer
Ofilce hours from 7:30 a m to 6.30 p m.
Money order hours 9am to 5 p m.
Sunday hours 12:15 a nito 1:00 p m
J H Ramsay, P 31.
ir tn mm
Wonnd IJy tho Sun.
A clock is to be seen at Brussels
which comes as near to be a perpetual
motion machine as is likely to be in
vented, for the sun does the winding.
The method by which it works is de
scribed in the "Optician.
A shaft exposed to the solar rays
causes' an up draft of air, which sets a
fan in motion. The fan acts upon a
mechanism which raises the weight of
the clock until it reaches the top, and
then puts a break on the fan till tin
weight had gone down a little, when
the f an is again liberated, and proceeds
to act as before.
As long as the sun shines frequently
enough, and the niachinery dos..no"t
wear out, the clock will keep going.
k-CVVti- 3 c
A Household Bsmsdy
rr - r .,.m
If CttwA SCROFULA, ULCERS
fc wmiJ RHEUM. ECZEMA; u,r
form of malignant SKIN EPLFTiCN. be
sides being efficacious ir torirc up the
system and restoring the ccrititutior,
when Impaired from ary cause. Itj
almost supernatural healing propertie?
Justify us In guaranteeing a cure, it
directions are followed.
ocn i rncc "Book r v,;n.wr.."
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ra.
R. LEE WRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SALISBURY, N. C.
Will practice in nil the courts of Rowan and
adjoining counties. Prompt Mtentioa giveu to
ll matter pertaining to my profession.
Feb. 12, 1891.
At 8. HEILIG.
8-MJSBURY, N. C.
Office in Davis St Wilev'a hnnt K,,n,..
corner of XtAin una Innisa streets. Will nrc
tice in Courts of Rowan and adjoining counties
Prompt and careful attention given to all bus
mess entrusted to me. Social attention eiven
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
333rC3rI2r R i : .
Attends to Railroad Construction, Surveys
and Mapping of Real Estate, Estimates of
JJ liter Powers, Plans for the Erection of Mill.
Uwe hngs &c; and attends to the purchase- of
all kinds of VnA ..... i: . r. . . -
. i uuuing iMaierinis, &c,
GR A N IT R i,uvln,? ?nt the
TT ill,, i. - "
Killed by a Panther.
Miss McCoy and -two girl friends,
Mary Fly and Myra Jahti3, lel't their
homes ner Milan, Tcnn., on a black
berry hunt. They proceeded to the
woods about six miles away, where the
fruit was found in abundance. The
vines arnl foliage were very thick, and,
in a lonely pla-e near Obion river,
Miss McCoy wandered olf from the
others some hundred yards to a place
where the fruit. grew in profusion.
SiLddvrtlywiid scream, ldobdcunl
ling m its kerniness, rang out. The
irls were terrified beyond measure, not
knowing whut kind of a wild animal
was in the vicinity. Again the terri
fying shrink ountled iiud the two girls
together auk down ' behind some
bushes. Miss McCoy started toward
them at a rapid walk, when a panther
appennd directly behind her. The
frightened girl screamed and started to
run, but she could not escape. The
beast seized her amT she was torn to
pieces.- In many places the flesh was
literally stripped from the bones.
The other girls, seeing the animal
iittnek their fri-nd, ran screaming
from the scene, never stopping until
they reached home, when a party of
nu n organized, and armed wilh shot
gun hurriedly went to t lie scene of the
attack. The panths-r was still at the
body and was shot by the hunters.
Tho beast measured veven feet seven
inches from tip to tip. It had escaped
from a circus.
The Czar of Russia has no fixed in
come, but he is pretty well fixed, and
manages to get along comfortably on
the 12,500,000 a year winch his lands
and mines bring him in.
Onbox of thy pills will ive rar
dollar in doctor's bills. TJaoy
specially prepar4 as
41 supplies wastlopff feltTbsy rs
aav nnticst thy eramnUI tons fr-a
Uls b4r, rttbeas naas'e or errlptar.
Omptei to Tus and old. I'rlco, 3
Waisox & BmTOJT, A ttorneys at Taw, t
WiJfSTos. N. c, Scp't 16, isai. f
Jas. II. Wctb, Sec'y, Washington, D. C. :
Dear Bib I have Jbeca vising ono of yonr
Eeetropoises for four years, upon a llttlolu
valld eon, who has been afflicted with a pul
rnonary trouble and a dropsical tendency. I
have found great relief for him in the use of
the Clectropiriso, wheu the doctors had failed
to cive him any permanent relief, and I am
eatisfled that but for its use we should havo
lost him. I have never Been it fail to reduce
hia fever, or to brlnj? Bound sweet Bleep. I
would mjt be without it for many times ita
cost. Yours truly, J. C. liUXTON.
' Mr. Buxton ia also Prerfdcnt of First Na-
Jional Bank, Winston, N. CM aad is ono of tho
oremoet men of the boutk.
' For all information address v
ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE CO.,
Do. 1403 NewYorkAv., Washington, D.
on 22a Kino St., Charleston 8. C.' '
W. T. MEVo S, J II. MKAOOWS,
of UmiivIHc Co , l ron.3 of Durham Co., Si-c'y.
,T. V. DIfOOKS.
; of V'.msod ' o., 'I'reas.
Dikkctor!": -Hiirliam county, I'.M.Vmsc ;Or;m-v1!l'-.
J J Me:irifjvs; 1'i-rsoii. J. W. Ki-oKi; Cluit
tiaui. C U. Scull; Ciranvllle, u. i;. V,uir;iy.
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trade. Huslncss Agents, a UUik e Kxrliantfes a'.d"
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rlje lists un I sirn !es :it o;u-i. N01 litng belter
ttiia our "S n-i:i!n'i SweetMsM," F. . I. r "
.il.iysi".." -ri!) To-t." -ciodti op:'r," "Alliance
.ivoritc,'' tul lolk's F.tvtrlte" liraniSs
Will pSenn l t i ho ir from our bnthfrs from
my p l lit In the I'nlted st itesln reerd loUib.icco
-v Ul s-t 1 samples free of ehurt;. Address
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Sold by T. P. Kl.imzt C.
Jewelry For flat it is fcrll.
'If we :ui't ni Ki T'oi-i
Jewelry we d i; 1 sell."
ro ;o loo per rejt. on
Io you know th it li.ls has ln been.nnS stir Is,
a custom with 1 curly :U1 Jcf!i-rs? if they ear.':
double their inu!i,' ii is c.'.-i i ied "sonici hing
awful " Av v. ;h ..ivh .,'it ty ! leis. 1 believe
In 1 in' "que. a .le.- . n in ill profit." s stem of
iln; Im.Mi.i'ss, .4 ! h h ,n a,WH s .-tl.-k to iuumi
Mire t-t.e yoodsM.U piu1' s iU';ti';l below with' those
of i.ih.ii '.Mk4s ji! 1 s e for yourself.
Ih'vej:iM r ct i . .I .in eii iraiii iln'"1 or t lit cele
brated ii("IMK: V i iij.s tj 0,,(ii ladies' and
f" tits' s!'-s. p::.s. i:v.r ami nlelc-l. iSlreet in.m tho
f ief - i.l c . 1 1 1 : i . u in. W.. do yuu lliluk of a
t ..... v i-iur.a .,: s..;id l Ik l:'.di".';old-wat-h at
$.".' f .'Ui.ir ;! I of v, liii-li lsf.." 1 I'uve theia.
l.s-i ou;n:''.!"iMiii- m ladb .s' yohl watehr.s from
?-' to loo Vi i.i 1 ir,r asoi linen tof ni-nts' ;;uul,
lllled and silver Wate;rt it prices that Will
'.stor.lsh you Yie Du. ber silverlne Waicli. key
wimUujr. with i;i -in, Walt ham, Ua-mudcn or Illi
nois rnov.-m iits , i i ', usually si lls tor fs. Same
va'cli wltii so in-" I nd forf-,, regular price f9 and
Th; I ca:i s. ll a 1'ui her i k j,'ol,l tilled watch, war
rauted fur I '.venti i- e:;rs. wliit a full Jeweled
Kljrii.. Wailli-ni ur ;.-i ." erlcan tixivt lueut 1
sire.l of similar yr di feir J; t, p'U'ualr $ m wateh. I
have an wateh ou want an.t an o.i . e you -'.'
per cent, on It.
Lartfe line of (: ts' ell lN's in vvln-is stiles,
qu i lilies :.nd pi1---s. ( Inrins. - l'ln-, Sieno
and Plain Cel. l i Irrjs. and all i.-i,ils of first
i-liss pin !s, lift i'.U! l-'ris. nii.ir : .: .was. Xe... &r.
A i li e line .f LOCKS fr.tr !' c. nts no. iu ir-
anteed f r li months. ill m li tiiem lu weoMy
All I sk is a eli'ineo. 1 have r rent wr clerks
bylfeand c.ir. jjlvejuy eusi onu rs the benefit of
ITi per cent
Th inkles you for past favors. 1 rvr5aln. yours re
spectfully, S. A. L. JOHNSON.
lialn S'treet, oi poslte rontoT.ee.
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JOHNSTON & ELLIOTT,
CHARLOTTE, IT. C.
People of Salisbury and vicinity wanting monuments should
correspond with us. Estimates furnished gratis."
Mention the Watchman when you. write.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon-
j n j -.
Da oi every varieuy ana
'Tho f oremoet of our pdrlodlcais.'
IE VEST GSEAT
tut vrHI b ttd for
co. wiluam b. xessaxx.
Twk Trsttif ts the moat faytrHCtfvf ,
wQBt timely. tb hryft and
tho bajwtaoroest of th rpk-c.
The three trrent erou.is of subpi ts of the comlne
i ear will be Impartially auo lusirueilvely discussed
-by the atji-st writers:
rrt'iLiTiOAL sccjkcts growing out of the prresl
dentlaiCi.m.i'alr. II KisAiOTAX,J)irfTOKBi ncks here and abroad.
III. TiiEoi.iHiiciirNKKST witn all the social
qucsilons sti'pesteii uj' these groups of great topics."
There is no other ;n wlH;r-by nn may get the
npest lo'ormai ion ab ut Hie jfivytpri'tenis ot iie
time within so narnw u cimnavi Vitso smalHi Rum
short studies of great sunj Ls by more,, than a
lnindretl of lh foreiuost men and women of-1 lift
world; hteauso there is only one Anierlcan pe.rh-dl-eal
lor which r.ll the great ic-d-rs of onlnlon and
of thoup!it vv rite; and fh-it Is '7i! Fortm. .
The Decemlwr number, for example, contains:
'Oegr.id.it Ion by Pensions The Protest , of I-ovai
Vo'unt eers," by I.teutenant AllcarRFoot e, founder
"Bf the society ot Loval Volunteers: 33TUe Meaning
of the Democrat!. Vle.tcry 4n IasSaeTiusetjs.w by
(Jov. Wm. E. Russell; "FrencU Feeling Towards
Germany Another coiiUlct about Alsai e-l.orrutne
Inevitable, " by tamllle I'ellet m. Menitier of the
French Chamber of Deputies; "should the silver
i.a.w of l9i be Itepcaled?" by 4acob II. SchltT, one
or the most successful and lniluentlal ban-era In
N'ew York; "Is Modern Kduc moh a Kauure.7" tiy
Frederic Harrison, the -reat Fr.gllsii essayist; "Un
regulated Competition se-desi ni'.tive," bv Aldace
F. Walker. Chairman of the Western Traffic Asso
elatiou; "Woinaa's Clubs The Volume and the
V al te f their Work," by All II Rhine; "A Hay
w ith Iird Tennyson," by Sir Edwin Arnold. And
tlve other articles.
There are now in progress of discussions of "Our
Pension System;" "Prison M 'nii-remcnt:" "Tho
Tral'ilncr or Preachers," "The Louisiana Lottery;"
. h,m xoxt stt) In the Tariff Agitation;" "Arc
Modern Educational Methods a Failure?"
50 etf . a copy. $5 a year.
THE FOIiUM, I'mos Sqi arr, New York.
First National Bank
alisDury, N. C.
It. J. HOLMES,
I. II. FOUST, -
Surplus and Profits, S-38,000 ,
General Iuikinoii sinews trans
acted. Deposits soik-itt 1.
Comraissionei's Sals ofiani
In pursuance of a judgment o the Su
: perior Court ot" Rowan county, we will
, .sell fit the Court JIouso door in iho town
' of Salitliury. on Muiulny, the 7th day of
hocoinlK-r, ISLIl. sit public auction. t tiie
holiest bidikr, tlie l'ol!cvii!g vu!u;il)H
real esiatc :
A tract of hind situate in Lock" tnn
ship, on both sides of 1 he I.U ....
road, adjoining the lands' o! Ju.ne- ii.
Meivonzie. llenr.Y Bost, T. C ;a&
John S. Watson and Robert ltatrcy, con
taining one hundre-d and ninety-seven
(IU7) ncies. subject, lo the widow's dower,
eovei itii; sixiy-tivc acres, which has
been assigned her.
j Terms cash,
i Dated October 31st. 1891.
' .1. II. McTvEXZIE,
O. L. WATSON.
Adiu is of W. F. Watson, Com'r.
T. L. ELLIOTT
Granite and Marble Works
At wholesale and retail. Own -
fX ers of the celebrated
M00RESV2LLE G HALITE
in Iredell county. Agents for Iron
Fences, Finals, Crestings, &c.
Jttegular Horizontal Piston.
The most simple, durable and effective
Pump in tho market for Mines, Quarrier.,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Tire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. OSrSend for Catalogue f
Tie A S CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS
fPPT Y E:fT 2.3d Hjhwkt Kkw York. '
Mml & Danvills Ratlroaa Co."
W. N. O. MVISIOII.
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