TtftTBSpAY. DEC. 24, 1891.
Next year U, leaj year. Oh my!
D$ you feci Christmas in your bones?
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TkAnft vou think it, would snow last
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. ' New Firm.
Messrs. Auraiu & Caiter, of Richmond
couuty, have bought out the. stock ot
Mr. C. J. Bingham, near tho post office
They are now closing out the stock at
cost, and will open a racket Btotxj Jan
nary 1st. They ecem'to bo . nice gentle
men and wcvfelcorao them to our town.
1 1 rrof. W. M. Linker,, of Rockwell,
Ii town yesterday. '
J Cabarrus county has twenty-five 'per
aoa? on the chain gang.
iDr. W. B. Sfjears of Lin wood was in
he city last Monday.
I'MrJohn Julian arrived at home from
pbapel llril yesterday,
1 31 r. IV C. Saunders, of tT wharrie, was
in the city last Tuesday.
I Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Shimpoch, of Gold
Ilill, wcto iu town Tuesday.
We wish all of our readers a merry
S Christmas and a happy New Year.
pThe Atlanta ! "Journal carae out in a
handsome dress for the holiday sea.su u.
The death of Mrs. Rebecca Brown oc
currcd at her home in this city last Sun
day morning, at the -advanced age ot
seventy-six, from a severe attack or pneu
monia. Her funeral was preached by
Rev. N. S. Joues iu the Baptist church
We (3 Ire Them a Chris Haas Gift in AddK
. tion to Increased Patronage.
. Out, advertisers are most all liberal,
and being the right s6rt of business men,
ruch things, but. think the Royal is nsj
good as the best. ' r
MINHf G DEPARTMENT.
Mining News Gathered in This and
J. & II. Horah.
4. h. no ha a.
will treat ypu better than
"MlDlnv la a safe bu.sine.ss If nursaed wltu Ute
snmn Mirt- and In.instrv n rn.-mh nrllKJm hnnMnc. I iVlllfltV-
onesthat we can recommend, wo will jjewciry -business ncrejormauy years ana lor any ouierietfuinate pursuit. It is also a creator I Burnhardlt
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c uujjuij rcuauic. j. urj uu told aud silver mlnlne. since the discovery ot cold
work nd sell food Ipw-plrv j to 143 on the Pacific coast, amounts to over is
Chalcopyrite Mecklenburg county,
Chalcopyrite Mecklenburg county. -Chal
copy rite Chatham county.. --
Chalcopyrite Cabarrus county.
Chalcopyrite Jackson county. -
Chalcopyrite and malachite Jackson
give them a Christmas present in the
shape of a brief write-up and hopo that
it will be like the advertisings a real
beucfit to them.
j Mr. V. Mauney, of Milledgeville, spen
.yesterday iu iowu with hhvson, Mr. J. W.
- No Paper Next Wctk.
Piinters andeditors never get any rest.
But Christmas comes once a year and
gives them a little "breathing spell'
There will be no Watcuman next week.
Our oflice will be closed during the boli-
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days. But we will greet, you wun a
sraileand give receipts as usual after the
first of January 1892. Merry Christmas
Everybody reads about "Castoria." It
is a medicine for children mean chil
dren, good children and pretty children.
M. 8. BROWN.
per cent, per aonum. The miner of the pr
takes from the earth uasiostanlaD-i Intrinsic value.
Mecklenburg county. -,.
Malachite -Person county.
Malachite Jackson -county.
Ingots of copper Ashe county mines.
cjm't speak of it from experience,
but 'tis said that "children cry for Pitch
w. II. REISXEB.
Everybody knows of W. II. Reisner.
Tl,o atnrir r.f i.lnfhtn.r ...rrr lo Mr . . "T. DringS lO 1116 oUnACf ISilDOlnfcr',01UM
v..wvw... w.Vw&,..0 i aauea to tue wealth or tue
Brown is iu the hands of the assignees.
Nothincr but a failure of crops and ex
tremely hard times would have caused
this failure. We hope-Mr. Brown will
le able to start in business, soon again.
You cau buy good clothing cheap there
KAMES & EARXn ARDT.
This is a young firni in our city. But
NORTH CAROLINA MINERALS.
Our State Exhibit at the Exposition
.From The Bulletin.
Corundum (with margarite and zoicite)
Clay county. .
Corundum (with zoicite, etc Clay
Gay's Chapel, aCcthodist chuix;h ,on
the Wiikesboro road about six miles from
Salisbury ,,was burned Tuesday morning.
How the fire, originated is not known.
Ou Monday the members met with the
Christmas services will be held iu all iuteutiou of movins the church. Bu4
4f the, churches in town, so far as we some of the members objected to the
moving. Iu fact they were about equally
' divided as to the moving. This is what
liave beard. -1
I Mr. and Mrs. Watta, parents of Mrs.
if). B.King, returned tp their home in
Baltimore last Tuesday.
! Rey. C. A. Rose, of Zeb, says that lie
will marry two couples next Thursday.
le asks who can beat it.
j Mr. E. A. Gilliam, of the Reidsville
JBmw, lstu Die city this week, getting
1np directory for ihe town.
i ill. S. Roueche, orMaeofGa., arrived
tin tho city last Tuesday nTght and will
ispend theliolhlaynt' honTeT
f Dr. L. N. Burleyson, a prominent
jpnng physician of Qoll Hill, was iu the
city on business Jast Tuesday.
The jailor of this county turned out
aef en of his ! boarders this week. Ni-u-e
tfr elUi fcfitping bisx company.
raeS Jlrowu retarned "from BaJti
ere Tuesday, where be had gone to
have an oocalit treat his eyes.
' J No extra iare is charged for ridiqg ou
the vestibule train. This ruling of nhe
CaiBpanywent into cflect Sunday,
I Christmas holiday rates will be given
on tho U. & I. sj'stoin. Four cents will
. be the rate charged for the round trip.
railroad shops closed down'-Tues-lay
, until .. tho holidays have passed.
Work will begin again the fourth of Jan
uary. Ber. C. L. T. Fisber, professor of the
ancient languages and literature of N.
C. Colleee. was in town last Saturday
and Sfindiiy. ...
l V learn that the man whom Sheriff
Monroe arretted here for murder in
SStanly county has escaped from the jail
in Albemarle. .
Many of Salisbury's young men and
. ladies who have been aiteudiug, varkais
colleges, are in town spending tho holi
days with their parents.
I! W. F. Robertson, a well known drum
mer for Frank E. Block, died at his home
in Atlanta Tuesday. Mr. Robertson was
'well known all over the State.
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Editor Sherrill of the Lexington Dm-
patch, was in, town last Monday and gave
hs a pleasant call. We wonder why
they don't call him "baby," too.
t Mr. Lorenzo W. Beck and Miss Leah
I.. Eller were married last Sunday by
Juo. A. Ramsay, Esq., at his ofhee. A
large crowd viewed the ceremony.
v We learn that Mrs. Margaret Owens,
livine six miles from town, fell in the
fife last Monday a- week ago. She re
ceived injuries from which she died last
will ka 1 1 nrw'nA 4rx .vi ft t.jf.
crackers from nine o'clock, tor-night until
twelve o'clock to-morrow "nij;ht. This
ordlnauce was passed on the 27th of Nov-
- Mr. Robert Patterson who has beeu
Attending Gettysburg Seminery during;
tlia vtat DALVimi ucimI t liMurti La a Ina i
-Sunday on his way home tospeud Christ-
xnaa In China Grove.
Mr. T. J. W.' Brown, a surburban mer
chant of this city went to t he wall Tues
day. Ills liabilities' are about $200, but
i assets are far in advauce of the liabilities.
' The cause is apparent to all.
The regular quarterly statement of the
Davis & Wiley Bank appears in this
rr Uaue. This institution is well managed
! and perfectly Bound. ..Its business has
I increased very much during the last year
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of to. - -
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They can't help knowing something j lhiy have printers nik aud have
about him for he advertises in most of i built' up a big trade in furniture duriug
the papers. Consequently he is knowu ' llc lwst few months
and enjoys the friendship and patronage! W. J. DAVIS &. CO.
of a larg number of people. If you need ' This iirm is known all over North Car-
anyinuig in t?ie jewelry line dou't hesi-, olina. They do an immense business
tate to giye him a call. You will get ' an( are likely to succeed. The mem
good treainent. - bers of the firm are 'experienced and lib-
J. W. bostian. eral. They know how to buy and how to
Afr P.imfinii ilniwsnV. attAirmfr in "1!1a . Sell
Corundum (with magarite altered)
Mica Mitchell and Clay counties.
Roofing slate Stanly county.
Asbestos (large specimen) Burke
Kaolin several specimens from va
ridus counties. . . ;
Fine clay Franklin countyX
TfrANTBDA boy to leant tko prUiag trad.
, If Call at this office. c
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TnXTED: Ail desiring photos wast corns
llitiraih Morgaa's aew china lore. De
iroa:kaiat a picture, frawes et ongraviogs?
his light under a bushel." He believes J lu -narioue.
we learned from a mau who came by the
building that morning.
A Christinas Kiit't.
The Watchman has worked hard for
its natrons during the past twelve
months. We dou't ask you to give us
anything. All we want is a liberal pat
ronage. Cau't you do a little talking
and get us at least one new subscriber
ami send or bring k in as a "Christmas
gift." Your neighbors don't all takehe
paper.. Certainly if you go at it iu earn
est you can get one. If you cau't get
one for a year take him for six months
or three mouths j6u Id be better than
nothing,. Get them to read it three
months and the chances are that they
i'u) not do. without itTthen. rti will
acinox ledge ech one aeut tkrough-h
paper. Attend to this, please.
in printer's ink and proves it by adver- J
Using extensively. He tells what he j
has and all about it. If you don't be-j
lieve it just call at his store and be con
vinced. J. ALLEN BROWN.
Mr. J. Allen Brown talks about coal,
fertilizers, and insurance in this paper.
He is prepared to do right by you aud
furnish anything in his line at satisfac
tory prices. Don't hesitate to call on
hi nr. He is a handsome man and very
ftignteeu brilliant cut garnet, rare
tints, Macon county.
One rich cherry-red garnet, cut and
mounted, Alexander couuty.
Three cut emeralds, (green beryl),
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nK.ucuus j .uuuuu, vgrccu Blo- Tho Grcat SurTcrcr.
dumeue), Alexander county.
Three cut white beryls, Macou county. The above is tke title of a volume, now
One brilliant limnid bervl. cut and in press, of unusual interest to the gen
mounted, Alexander couuty. feral reader, and especially members of
rive cut. cokien-vellow bervls. Macon I the Lutheran cuurcn, aud otner denom
and Alexander counties. I inations. We have perused much of the
Several cut opalesceut quartz from Ca- J manuscript of which it is composed, andl
barrus countv. cau vouch for the deep Interest mat a
Thrf nf. ufuviniMc tf rut i nun rli 1 rpiifl! nor rf t.li ttnnlr will RfTnwlr which
Ihey are amoug the liveliest firms trom iredell cohutv. will have to be read to be appreciated,
Fifteen cut specimens of smoky topaz. I and learn of the vicissitudes, sufferings,
(cairngorm of the Scotch). Iredell county; Christian devotion and other revelations
Monazite (red crystals) Alexander 1 in his eventful life, too many to relate in
Some of our fkrmers are notflirouyh
There will le Christmas service at
Lower Stone church on Saturday.
Mr. Jacob. A. Smith had his arm badly
cut by-the cotton gin, but is now improv
There will be a Christmas tree at Mr.
Chas. Barnes ou Christmas day at four
o'clock in the evening.
Mr. F. E. Harris left a few weeks ago
for Texas. Mr, Harris being yet a young
man we are sorry to loose him but wish
him much success in his new home.
Mr. T. M. Yost is quite sick with the
Mr. Nimrod M. Barger saysbe. has
killed. more rabbits this winter than eyerr
Christmas service will be held on Sun-
day at Organ church. Ihey will not
have a Christinas tree hut are going to
send their Xinas money to South View
Orphan Home. -
Miss JNettic - tiarger lias been quite
si k with the measles for the past few
Mr. 1. u. L'eiunerer and 3liss aiinnie
Fisher.'of Cabarrus county, were married
last Sunday, Rev. Vr. R. Brown ofliciat-
Miss Ella E. Kluttz is teaching at
lviuttz's school house and is liked by
The birds are about all killed out in
this neighborhood and nothiug more of
the hunters is heard.
Mr. H. A. M. Holshouser will lecture
at Grace' Reform church on the 5th Sun
day. . w.
' Danny Biv1n editor of the Stanly
JWvrt, diked ont in hhi best suit of clothes,
passed through here yesterday morning
! hunting Santa Clau and expects o'find
f him lu Wadesboro. He has beeu a good
i t boy aid we think Sauta will give him
I . some candy. - '
, Mr John F. Iiigle Is a first-! ass rshoe
;tnd boot maker. He showed us this
week a pair of hunting boots that he had
.xnadc for Capt. H. A. Judd, of New Lon-
I lon. The large lots of such work that
I he getaJtsndo, speaks of tho worknian
.ah1p in iUelf.
We learn that some one stuck a piece
of rait In the frog of the twitch on the
Western road six: miles from here, Mon
day night. It is not known whether it
was done with the in'ent of wrecking or
not. No. 45. freiuht. was caueht and had
tuc trout trijck.to jumpthe track. "
Mtt. Editor: Your vocation is to
gather news, both good aud bad, for the
information of your readers. Let me
give you an item. There lives iu the
vicinity of Bethauy -Acjtdemy, in this
county a quiet aud lnoifensive octogena
rian, who recently met with a very sad
disappointment. Well, what was it? Did
he receive unfavorable intelligence in re
lation to his hlps at sea? Have they
beeu strauded in some sand-bank and
the entire canro of valuables lost? Not
so. He has uo ships at sea to be stranded
nor valuable cargo to be lost. ;WelI, has
he met with heavy losses, in the way of
deposits, by bank failure-j? No, not so.
He has no bank deposits to lose. Well,
what then? Has he loaued large amounts
of money to some mercantile firm, which
lias made a'n assignment and left him
out of the list of preferred creditors? Not
so again. He has no money to lend,
neither iu large nor small amounts. Well
what is the sad disappointment? Let
me tell you. He recently bought from a
youth in the neighborhood, an opossum,
of medium size, which he intended for
his Christmas dinner. He accordingly
prepared a cage, with comfortable quar
ter for his 'possum, fed him with milk,
bread, scraps of meat, etc., iu order tol
have in in in gooaondition wnen tne
proper time arrived. But now comes the
sad disappointment. Some roguish per
son, not having the fear of tho penalty,
attached to the violated statue, iu such
cases, made and provided before his
eyes, but being instigated by an evil in
tent and a strong desire for 'possum roast,
did, in the silent hour of the night thiev
ishly creep along to the cage and abstract
the 'possum therefrom. Now, would tho
abstraction of a 'possum from his cage,
in the silent hours of the night, without
the consent of the owner, amount to lar
ceny? And if so what would be its class
ification? Would it come under the head
j of simple or compound larceny? Not be
ing conversant with, jurisprudence, the
classification is left to the legal fraternity.
The sufferer has been heard to say that
if the guilty persou would come forward
and confess his evil doing, and refund
the money paid for the 'possum, ho re
port would be made to the nand inquest
of the county at its next returning ses
Five thousand citizens of Indiana sent
a petition to Gov. Holt asking him to 're
spite the sentence against Alfred Dawns,
of Charlotte, for burglary. Dawns has
had his sentence transferred uutil th
22d of January.
C. B. WEBB.
Mr. Webb is the Statesville marble
man. He knows his business, has much
experience, and does not fail to please his
customers. He does not ask you to die
just for fun, but if you want a handsome
monument or anything in his line he will
make everything satisfactory.
p. P. P.
P. P. P. is a medicine that is highly
recommended. It is sold by Messrs. T. F.
Kluttz & Co. We don't think they
would sell tu article that has no merit.
. The Electropoise is a new Invention.
We know not him; of it, but have heard
several say that it was all that id claimed
' ' B. B. B.
You all know of this celebrated patent
medicine. It has been on the market for
several years and evidently possesses
DURHAM ALLIANCE FACTORY.
The Durham Alliance Tobacco Manu
facturing Company is an established in
stitution. Its capital stock has been in
creased twice since it started, and the
goods sent out is fast gaining popularity.
The men connected with it and the
stock h6lders are all Alliancemen and
know all about tobacco. You can safely
risk buying good-tobacco from them at
very reasonable prices.
NORFOLK. ALLIANCE EXCHANGE.
This institution is worthy of your pa
tronage. We know the manager, Mr.
J. J. Rogers, personally, alid think any
business entrusted to his care wiil be at
tended to properly.
BOYNE & BADGER.
These gentlemen are well known jew
elers at Charlotte. They have a full line
and are perfectly reliable. They adver
tise diamonds in the Watchman, and if
you need any they have, got them.
8. A. L. JOHNSON.
Mr. Johnson has been doing a jewelry
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uusiuess iu mis cuy ior a iew monins
Heiias built up a larire trade aud uo
doubt will be successful in the under
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
The National Banking law is one of
the things iu this country that we can
not approve of, but the gentlemen who
conduct banks according to the law are
not responsible fur it. The First Na
tional of Salisbury is one of the soundest
banks in the country, aud all the gentle
men conn cut ed with it are among our
best citizeus. If you need anything iu
their line you will find them honest and
JOHNSTON & ELLIOTT.
Messrs. Johnston & Elliott, of Char
lotte, arc second to none in their line of
trade. They own valuable granite quar
ries and can furnish anything in the mar
bio and granite Hue as cheaply and as
good as any firm in the country Write
them for estimates.
CAMERON 8TEAM PUMP CO.
tTbis Is one of the oldest and most re
liable concerns in the country. They can
furnish anything in the pump line for
mines, quarries, factories, walla or any
thing else. Write them If yon need, any
such machinery. Ton can't do better.
R. L. WRIGHT.
You all know Lee Wright. He is rap
idly coming to the front as au attorney.
A. 8. HEILIG.
Sidney Heilig, attorney at law, is one
of the coming young men of the State
and will always be iu the front ranks.
JOHN A. RAMSAY, C. E.
Captain Ramsay will do all your civil
engineering for you.
J. T. WYATT.
Mr. Wyatt will get you up any sort of
a mill stone yon want. He has good
granite and understands the business
. ROYAL BAKING POWDER.
E. 2C. ANDREWS.
The name of E. M. Andrews is a house
hold word throughout "this entire sectiou
of the State. He has been remarkabl
successful iu the furniture trade.
Printer's ink has helped him very much.
L. RITCHIK &TCQ.
This is a new firm in our city, as they
state in their advertisement. They have
a good stock of goods and will treat you
nicely. Call ou them.
J. H. EXXISS.
Mr. Enniss is an old landmark. He is
the oldest druccist in Salisbury. He
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carries a lull stocK. lie has one oi tne
most desirable business" positious ou
BRYANT i. STRATTOX.
Sadler's Business College, Ualtimore,
Md., was established in 1864. It is one
of the most complete concerns of the
kind in America.
T. F. KLUTTZ & CO.
This firm is well known. Thoy have
a nice place of business, corner of Main
and Inuis streets. They do a big busi
ness in the drug line.
d. it. JCLiAirTT eo.
This firm deals in general merchan
dise. They have a larue number of cus
tomers and enjoy the advantage of a big
II. i L. WRIGHT.
The stock of this firm is iu the hands
of assiguees. Hard times, short crops
and the bad financial system of our gov
ernment pulled them down. They are
energetic young men and will yet succeed
n overcoming such obstacles.
W. H. B. S. TUCKER 4. CO.
This is the oldest business firm in Ral
eigh. It has unlimited capital, good bus-
ness talent, experience and everything
necessary to inaKe a success. iney
know how to buy and how to sell. Their
store is a thing of beauty. None of our
Children Cry .for.FitcherY Castorial
! Amethyst (cut, showing rutile" en
closed) Iredell couuty.
Zircous (lot of crystals) Henderson
Guramite (sith dark core of urauite)
Malachite Rowan county.
Cyanite Mitchell county.
Citrine topaz, cut Burke county.
Dolomite Alexander county.
Gen1hrtnickel ore) Jackson county.
Leopardite Mecklenburg couuty.
FROM STATE MUSEUM.
Large crystal limpid quartz Wake
Ainethist Franklin county.
Garnets (two large crystal) Buncombe
Muscovite (large crystal) Mitchell
Beryls (two large opaque crystals)
Beryl (a small semi-transparent crys
tal) Buncombe couuty.
Quartz (large, very dark crystal) Mit-
OOLD AND GOLD ORES.
Gold nugget Franklin county, loaned per yard. IBs? etock of
oy Associates justice j. j. uavis.
Gold nugget Loulsburg, loaned by
Mr. Ar&nur Arnncton,
Gold nugget -Montgomery coonty,
loaned by Mr. T. K. Bruner.
Gold dust(pannln gs) Chatham county,
loaned by Mrs. S. E. Jones.
Gold (amalgamated) Chatham county,
loaned by Mrs. 8. E. Joues.
Two fuc simile nuggets (aggregating in
weight seven pounds, Sam Christian
mines) Montgomery couuty.
E. B. D.
WANTED Twenty tbotmad people are
invited to the Drug Store of E. O. Culhrel
where joa can mqj evetyag la tne anjg ,
WANTED: Ererybody to bay their heary
and faacy groceries from Cbecly -McCnf-loh.
Money is scarce kl oar prices are low.
WANTED: Men in every neighborhood ; t
get subscribers for the Wai-ohma.
WANTED: 909 bald-headed men to come
sndf et their hair cut at T. s I. Vinsoa'a
barber chop, on South Maia street.
WANTKD: 1,000 new cash subscribers t
the Watohmaw before the first day of Jan
uary, 1892. If you will work and talk yon
can aid us.
WANTED. A sclroolrpublic or subscription,
to begin any time after Jan. 1st. Would
take charge of an academy ia some good open
ing. Have been teaching a good part of eight
yenra. Shall be glad to furnish references.
frr farther information address J. llsMT
Tharp Harmony, N. 0.
WASTED: P. II. Thompson has a largo lot
of fine shingles at his foundry which he
wishes to sell. For cash he wilf sell thenva
ji.30 and $5.75 per m.
Two Stores Full of M Goods
Nov reedy, the largest and best assortment of 1
In al) qualities we hare ever offered, and at prices to Butt all pockctbooks.
The best and haiwJsomeet line we have ever offered. Price from 20 ecnta to
The beet selecUoo xte have ever tauteJ Erioeg td fcill toyac tfliljU? Coomb;- T3m
and Underwear ft specialty.
SHOES ! BHOES! 8IIOE81
From the cheapest to tho best hand-sewed, at one price to all, and that prleo
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
Free gold in quartz (two specimens)
Free gold in quartz (threo specimens)
Free gold in ferrugenous quartz Cald
Free gold with sulphide and limonite
Auriferous pyrite and limonite Alex
Gold in veiu quartz Caldwell county.
Auriferous ferrugenous quartz Ala
Auriferous ferrucenous quartz Meck
A rawAiia tvnn Alio nildfi f AToil-
. m 15 f- 11 J 1 , I S. ti I 11CI UUO 111 UCUVUO UUU ,M A1AVIV
readers should go to Raleigh and fail to Lnl coun
visit this houte ou will be charmed, Auriferous ferrueenous auartz Cald
for you seldom see such u store.
J. F. McCUBBINS & CO.
This firm buys cotton. They can't
Auriferous ferrugenous quartz Meck
Gold-bearing slate Alamance county.
Gold-bearing quartz Caldwell county.
Auriferous brown ore Caldwell county
Auriferous pyrite in quartz Mecklen
Auriferous quartz Alamance county.
Gold-bearing limonite Mecklenburg
Gold-bearing cellular quartz Stanly
Gold-bearinc slate Rowan county.
Gold-beariui' sulphide Davidson
aud sell the same way.
p y r i t e Mecklenburg
s u 1 p h i d e Cabarrus
pay you much for it now, for they don't
rule prices. You may depend on honest
treatment by them.
KLUTTZ & RE2fDLEMAN.
This is one of the best business houses
in Salisbury. ; They enjoy a large city
and country trade. If they don't treat
ibeir customers right we don't know it.
No comulaint has been made at this of- county
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ficc. They have good looking clerks and "" ""s
They buy closely idlwrin
Gold-bearing limonite Gaston county
Gold-bearing sulphide iu slate Rau-
Mr. Wallace is one of tne well estab- dolnh countv
luhnrv ltd I Gold-uearins Drown ore itowan
has beeu in business here many years.
lie has a large ana varicu stoctc or gooas Gold-bearing
at all times aud will sell right. He is county.
now offering his stock of clothing at Gold-bearing
greatly reduced prices. Gold-bearing
We would like to continue this write- county,
up, but a Kood many business concerns Gold-bearing
Gold-bearing sulphide Rowan county
a u 1 p h i d c Cabarrus
The best of all lands, at price that all can buy and eat to their fill.
things to eat, and have bought the be6t ana a nost I everytmng.
us before you buy. ' '
lours to serve,
We like good
Come aud tee
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
They dou't throw out cou,nM V
any bate aud so the fish go on up stream countT
looking for some fisherman with more Gold-bearing
enterprise. Always buy Rooaa or deal county
with the man who advertises; you know
that he wants to sell. The man who does
not advertise may not want to sell you
auything. We wish all our advertisers
a merry Christmas and increased busi
ness during 1892.
6 u 1 p h i d e Cabarrus
slat e Montgomery
slat e Mecklenburg
slat e Montgomery
slat e Montgomery
Our farmers report low prices on to
bacco. The new postofSee at Pino has been
recently put on route Ko. 13 316, The I county.
Argentiferous galena and pyrite Da
Argentiferous sulphides Rowan and
Silver and pyrite Watauga county.
Argentiferous galena and sphalerite
Silver with zinc-blende McDowell
Silver-bearing sulphides Rowan and
Silver-bearing galcnlte Davidson
'The ladies are wild over Royal Baking
I Powder . Wctlo.n't knoy anything ahoutj Stain?
mails co bv there now
F. P. Cash, and family, of Salisbury,
were en a visit at 6ntlth Grove, last
week, the epeste of Dr. Cash.
Dr. W. OT Martin has returned from
lectures at Philadelphia, he will resume
Miss Ada and Ida Ruse, of Crutchfleld,
N. C, are visiting relatives aud friends
Mrs. Dr. Johnson has returned from a
recent visit to Winston.
Miss Mattid Eaton's school, "Sunny
Side Seminary;" closed last week.
The horse belonging to Neel Kerfee.-
ran away aud broke up his buggy. ' 2so
Misses Lila and Joie Redman will on
Xmas eve, at the Methodist church at
Pino, be married to Mr. C. F. Graves
and J. H. Swing. Hustler.
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rinUnlf fVhftrrn's countv.
Bilver-bcnrlDg blende Montgomery
Silvei got&-ber!g totpbttf
Chalcopyrite Davidson county.
Chalcopyrite Ashe county.
Chalcopyrite Alleghany county.
Chalcopyrite Davidson county.
Chalcopyrite Davidson county.
Chalcopyrite Cabarrus county.
Chalcopyrite Person county.
Chalcopyrite Rowan couuty.
Azurite Moore couuty.
' Azurite aud malachito Chatham
Boruitc and malachite Person county.
Bornite and malachite Ashe county.
Chalcopyrite and malachite Mecklen
burg county. ,
Malachite Person county.
Chalcopyrite Lincoln county.
Chalcopyrite Ashe county.
Chalcopyrite Cabarrus county.
Chalcopyrite Davidson county.
Chalcopyrite Davidson county.
EC OUSTED FLOOB.
I have an immense stock
of Winter Cloth ins: whit h must
now be sold, ami im n'eet
Beg rininjj- w
will Qive u
to 1 n v W i n r r
hard times I
"These Figures :
: i .oo , Suits fof 4.00
) csoo " . 75
M oo " 8.5o
j 12.. o u " lo.oo
15.oo ' do
r 18.0D " 15.oo
22.oo " I8.00
Arnrnnnfo onil nanfo in nrnnnrfirm
MY SECOND FLOOR is elegantly arranged as a
Clothing Department, and we have the choic?
net, cnlpAtinn ever hroiirrht, to this ranrknt!
: We promise you all lair atment and the
value of your money. Truy,