1857 ANTE-BELLUM BROADSIDE - SALEM, NC

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On lightly yellowing paper, measuring 16.75 x 12”. Exhibits fold-marks & slight chipping at the margins. Also neatly reinforced width-wise w/ narrow length of beige museum tape. Else VG & entirely legible. Text:

$7.000/ WORTH OF GOOD/ FOR SALE.

By virtue of a Deed of Trust, executed to me as Trustee, by Thos. J. Boner and Livingston Clinard, for the purposes therein specified, I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder, at their Store House in Salem, on MONDAY the 9th of next month, February) all their STOCK OF GOODS……CONSISTING OF Hardware, Cutlery, Patent Medicines, Paints, Hats, Bonnets, Shoes, and a great variety of Dry Goods…

READY-MADE MEN’S CLOTHING; several first rate STOVES, and very superior IRONSAFE, and a great many articles too numerous to mention in an advertisement…

I will sell on the premises to the highest bidder, on Tuesday the 10th of next month, at 1 o’clock, THE STORE-HOUSE AND LOT belonging to the said Boner & Clinard….and also a field in cultivation, containing about five acres, a short distance west of Levin Brietz’, adjoining Alexander Ackerman and others. The said Boner & Clinnard hold this field by lease , and the terms of sale will also be made known at the time of selling.

C.L. Banner, Trustee.

Salem, January 9th, 1857

Salem, is located in the vicinity of Morganton in western North Carolina. Superb ante-bellum broadside for Carolina antiquarians.  [jp]

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