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SALISBUEY. IT. C, HAECH 15 1883.
U8 carolinf Watchman
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PRICE, 51-50 r'K ADVANCE.
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BT MAItlOX BEnXSTEIW.
Blest Imj the tonane that .np.V. ;if
j Whose wonls are always tree.
i nat keeps -the lay of kindness" still,
hatever others tlo.
Blest be the pars that Will not -hear I
Destruction's enrim ti .
yriIonI.!: "-ough the lisfnin'tf ear i
-I hat falseLeod can prevail.
B,,t th.e hcart that knoW8 o guile,
That feels no wish unkind, --
f orgetting provocation while
woou ueeas are kept in nrind. I
Blest be the hands lhat toil toaid I
- The great world Vccaseless need i
1 he hands that are never afraid
To do a kindly deed.
bwlids who re ecoTi ngr vital stamina,
declare in grateful term, their apprecia
tion of the merited as a tonic, of Xloetetter'a
Stomach Bitters i ; Not . only does it impart
strength to the'-Weak, but it also corrects
aa irrf rular acid etate of the stomach,
make the bowel act at proper interrsis,
fires ease to those who suffer from Rhen
nitic and kidney troubles, and conquer as
Weil as pre vents fever and ague. -
.- jrorsaie py ii lruisis ana leaiers
I p?f ST! I
Blest be the thoughtful brain that schemes
A beautiful iden! J
Mankind grows great through noble dreams
Arid timn ...III . i.. .i .
niu uittK&iitcm real. j
Do good in thought. Some future dav1
i will ripen into sjieech; 1 1"
And werds are seeds that grow to deeds
xH&ne Know How tar thej reach'.
Like thistle-down upon the breeze
Swift scattered hern nA tii.M i
So words, will travel far, and these .'
A fruitful harvest bear. f
Where goodness dwells in hrart and mjnd
juohi woras ana Ueeds will be
Like cords that closer draw mankind
In peace and charity.
of the hour we shall smwd handsomely
iH-cause we have tho natural advantagea
as to soil, and equal railroad facilities
with any competing town. I do not ad
vocate miij fanner making naciifiers on
his tobacco. The buyers in , Salibnrv
can, tltcy must, and I will !! tlion ; )',.
I justice to say that I believe they desire,
j to pay the market price. I wMi to say
J further that after irivinir our own mni-kr.
that intelligent trial that we ought to
give it, if it is not to our interest to sup-
port it. let it fail, and 1
j to act on the other side of this question.
r mw-xxi , vuiriiug; luuuceiiienis
for our trade, but they are nuch as will
cease as soon as the home market is de
stroyed, aud any farmer who will be
tempted awny4ccuu he might, under
the circumstances, realize a little more
just tit is one time. nc.tM with lm iri.1.,..,
i of the mouse that is temntid int t !
tnip.by a bit of cheese he loses his lib-
vi ii oi ciioice ever aiterwarus. 11. U. 11.
N. C. Agricultural Experiment
Bulletin i. 1883.
Pliosnliates have been rntich ch no.
e-...1 ;i .t ! ,.t . I
cr me iat lew niouuis I nail inev have
ever before iu our State.! The mate
rials supplying ammonia are cheaper The
than I hey were last yearj The figur- sami
o eo . I awn : uMkcg iu0se states onlr oolit;. - .
BULLRTIX JfO. 3.
BOOTS, SHGS & GAITERS, made to
onien All.Aork Ifiirst Class Seventeen Years Ex-pertence.-AU
Uf!lal or the best grade, and work
done In the Utesti es :
Hady made w(rlalways on band Rpoairing
neatly and pro:nnj-1v done. Old- j-s bv mail nrooipr
hJUUT.; if; Sii.is.n.-. 0
! Sii.is..4.r. .o ",MJ
for the fa i
: ii t f(MMl CI l
For the Waicmnan.
South Biter, Felv27tli, 183.
Mr. Editor: - - . 1
In an article in the Wntchman, over my
incognito ' Fa finer" I endeavored io di
rect the atteution of the-farmer to three
facts. ! ( I
1 First, that nnder the influence of ii good
cotton' market at home that the cultiva
tion of that staple was greatlyiicreased.
2nd, by that, a home uiaiket for tobacco
would stiiiHilate-4lie growth of our coun
ty town, thereby benefitting nil farmers
who raise anything to sell. And thereby
me uiu.v oi uie farmer to the ettorts
I From the Xdvocact-bT RequeaU
j Then and Now.
r Iu 1833 the writer was sent to school in
Salhsbur-, N. (Xf then, a town of 1200 or
1400 inhabitants, with its small Court
House in the centre of the crossing of the
two main streets,"half dozen stores iu
wooden buildings, owned and . mauaged
by elderly, substantial and reliable geutle
meii, most of wifoui held their member
ship in one of Hie four small Churches of
the old borough, through which Gea.
George Washington passed (and bieak
fasttd) during tlie Revolutionary war, aud
where Lreu. Andrew Jackson studied law.
A male school taught by Mr. J. S. Johu
soii, of about 50 as frolicsome and clever
boys as in any school of the same size.
A female school, mauaged by a pious aud
educated lady from New York, Mis.
Susan Nye Hutchison, who taught as
fait'4iud lovely a set of girls from liowau
and auijoining couutics as ever! graced a
school room. Then the traveling public
passed through the town on horseback.
in carriages and stages, nccoiuuHlated
at the two small hotels, whioh have been
spared by the hand of progress and the
cs used in eslimating the relative pletetl at the station since January 1
commercial values have been modi- 1883:
fied to agree with this slate of things. 1924. Acid Pliosphate; Atlantic
The following figures are a fair ap- Phosphate Co;, Charleston. S.
lirnrimiliim I. ilia. uu.rf tl.. !.. v,t
vue. incae in- saoiuieu lai lauriuburtr. contains
)hos, acid 10.55, potash 1.23
xteiaiivc commercial value
taat -the judicial power of the United
Slates shall not be construed to extend
Htitr S.. 1' .. .
1 l . ti . "a ve eom- citizens of another State."
grediente in our inland
r v Hi a 0
I ll4Vlf!rr tll:ul ti-i I.nJll n ra t L .1. . .
" w aaasu Ulf u h'UUVVW IJIill KcI- 1 " c T
iu inai piace. .tacii ot these propositions : uvrX wiigueu monster that has laid wiste
I will trace si lirtlt fmitiof i ! ,i
First, then, I am to offer some reasons
why cotton as compared to tobacco is not
a profitable crop for thi county. The
variety of soils with a corresponding va
riety of capabilities will prevent any cnp
from being a specialty with us. We can
produce on the same land a fair yield of
corn,' cotton, wheat, oats, tobaccoj, or any
of the various root crops. It has loig
If ' .
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
E. E. CJnawford, of tha firm of
n nl Inrifitu rnnn a. no
lltiWiiHUI UIIU W UUay
C. f - - -
fiow prepared to supply oar
HI I .. 1 J-
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flu addition to tho
f .Si -
Mst Selected Stock of
i Hl4 12 I) W A It E
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We also handle
aUid Blasting Powder
f .FUSE .
fauU h;full line olMiniiig Supplies.
-mrm . V Sa0 " 1 ' O
been au admitted faet that r.iifnn
oulj-bo-produced as a surplus ori mouev
crop, inter niaKini; nil necessary jsupplies
ior uie lamuy anu iarm. it requnes - too
much land, too much hoe work iu the
oo much time in tho Fall for
Time which ought to be-given
Ons ill tlm Snrinor n1 t, tUa
Liiiiureu oi me ian iu wie lull for school.
How is it with tobacco f I makj the as
sertion fully conscious of what I say, that
any land with us will make hiee pounds
of leaf tobacco to one of lint cotton, and
for every bale of cotton produced on the
farm the ame amouut of leaf toluicco
could be produced aud leave two acres
for rest, loi hay, or for grazing; and to
bacco can with ordinary inauagemeut be
made to average as much per, pouud as
lint cotton, aud with good care very much
more, for there is nothing that! otters so
many inducements to skill iu; handling.
Much work can be-done in the Spring on
the supply crop, before tobaccoj is ilaut
ed, and it is off of the laud and safely hou
sed before the Fall term of school begins,
thus giving ample time for seeding large
crops of the cereals. I am 1 further to
give some reasons why tobacco offers
hope to the farmers of this county f a
large town in their midst, and j how that
could benefit them. As has been remark
ed before on this subject, that jthe ware
house is the plaice where tobacco will be
Kld, and that the factory must be near
by. No manufacturer can go to Winstou
from Salisbury, buy his tobacco on the
market there, pay at least $1.00 per hun
dred to get it to his factory,! and then
cempete with men on the market who
manufacture half milliou ef pounds right
at the place where it is sold. This item
of cost to get the Salisbury mau's tobac
co iu his factory would be a good clear-
ing on a mmierare capital, anu lie cannot
. m a . ...
so many more costly structures, thou'eh
they aic now put to other uses,jfiud three
other more extensive modern: aud wel
kept hotels have taken their places
Then a single letter cost 20 cents to carry
it from one State to another, and 50 cents
for a double letter ; one sin .ill mail bag
upou a horse or iu a coach came on each
route eriassed daily or weekly. Now
postage Is d cents on rt letter and the
mails are carried by the ton, aiid passen-
engers ride in palace ears at the rate o;
40 miles an hour ou well conducted rail
roads, .and flashes of electricity carry
short and important messages over the
wires to all pars of the eivilizrd .world.
Now Salisbury is a fdwn of nearly 3,000
inhabitants, governed by city regulations
with many elegant public and private
buildings a graded school for whites,
275 pupils, presided over in the most
satisfactory mauuery by Doctor Wilborn
and a corps of assistants a voung col
lege on its first legs. For the colored peo
pie, presided over by Revi. J. C. Price
of Ecumenical uotoiiety, bids fair to do
much towards elevating the colored race
iu this country and also their brethren iu
Africa, which is soon to be a Missiouaiy
4i ..t .1 i ; . .... -
uem oi great importance, j iiee and a
few smaller schools for both races from
the educational brigade of this modern
city while the dozens of handsome stores
and shops filled with every article of ne
cessity demanded by our improved civili
zation and conducted by young, polite
and efficient business men', go a great
ways towards making this a commercial
mart of considerable importance. There
are 10 or 12 Churches some of which are
vary neat and commodious, furnish the
Christian people with suitable Divin
services, some of th pastors of which
were friends of the writer in other days
and whoee faithful administrationa
DlilllU lb. A llv BilIC VI lllgClUaUllilCS OI i ... . .MiiiiuioiiiiiiuuD BIO
tobacco in Salisbury will induce its man- I being felt for good as footprints ou the
ujiiviuit: uciu uj, uniigiiig a ciass or peo
ple wholly dependent upon the farm for
siinnlies. And erere investir:iiin(r fif.
mer knows too that the whole value of
Intwl arises from tho lalmr il irrMv r.
pended aud reflected unon itl'froiii nut.
Quia tint n dtl'ina Tlin iiitnraetUf tl.a
owner or farmer makes all related indas
We will -
Dujllicate Any Prices in
ANI) SEE US.
tries n neeessai-v nnrt nf hia imlinv. nml
f - ....u
he loks with favor, and extends encour
agement on the diversihcatiou, aud effi
ciency of all productive occupations that
denend unon his for nrosDcritv. He will
look to the fact that farm lauds in the
neighborhood of great manufacturitig cit-
ios linvA tlifir valiiA innnv timu tin1tii1ial
w tliA il(nimi(l inmlA mwiii tliom fif n m
m&irr consnmntiou of. snch ! of hi nm.
ducts as will not bear distant trausporta-
tion. it is suieiy une to tue fact oi con-
1 h V .lllflV fcstv vvuiiiivo IIIUIIIIU
Philadelphia average respectively $160,
107 IOK n,wl K .. k.ro Wlilli
equally as good lands in thej West bring
lmi (linn St I Tifi nor n ! It ta nlan etim.i.
ted that all the lands in New -York State
are worth an average of $80, per acre, a
value sol el v due to the reflection of value
from-related industries. The many cities
and towns filled -with laborers engaged
in productive industries different from
the farmer, but dependent on him for
supplies. T;.""' ' ' . A ': ; ' " J : " ' A - i
Therere lio industries which give so
much life and vigor to cofnniunlties as
the tobacco uiterest. Upon; it nloue Win
ston, Durham, Oxford aijd Hendei-son
depend for life, and it is tlt lesson learn
ed from these that Statevil e. Hickory
and Asheville lire making vigorous efforts
to foster the tobacco tradejiii all its de-
neeiitig snores ot time. And as we sat
iu those old Churches aud walked thoso
old streets recently, memory recurred to
the past and compared the Then and
now : aud the inquiry very naturally
arose where are those patriarchs, active
business men, handsome matrons, aitiac
tive young men and maidens, and happy
children who once enjoyed life so much
then 1 Eclto answered where A solitary
pilgiiui father is now, seen passing hero
aud there on the crowded streets, or
worshiping God in those Churches, whose
silvered - heads and totteiing steps indi
cate their speedy dissolution, aud some
younger are in active service while the
multitudes are gone to other climes or to
their eternal home. Some are doubtless
enjoying the heavenly fruits of their
early "labors, while others. it is to be
feared, were ship-wrecked ou life's tem
pestuous sea and weut down under the
surging waves to rise uo more. Such is
life here ! Who can realize its important
work t How hard to realize the difference
between Tavn aud now.
John F. Foakd.
(Mill, N. C, Feb, loth, 1883.
.. . . .... -j . :
Louisville . Courier-Journal: Among the
alleged "infant indust ries loom up the
Willimantic Linen Coin pnny which paid
05 per cent, upon its capital in 1882. This
is a very tosty infant, but it says it can'i
towus at the availabe
Phosphoric acid lOctsL ter lb., wn I SS.
lzifts.'Iast vear. Ammonia 221ots I iM ti....i. tt i
per lb., was 25cts. last year. Potash John Merrvman & Co., 24 Second
Gels, per lb.,' was Gets, last year. Street, Baltimore, sampled at Slielhv
l lease bear tins, in mind in con- contains-availahle nh nP;.l 1 1
. . , . - . I t ----" A A 4KJ V
..v.... me uimiysia iu uc re- i npr rvnr ihva l ...i
orlcd. 1 he standard is the same on 23.60. '
the a vera ere. lhe Iowpp viilnniinns ioq? a ,.m ri t
p ---- ; , jouu, x iiubiinaie, Xj. OC L.S
tin mnr niiln.i(a !. tl.A J I r In- . . ' . I
-.w aruuiea are loreutz ice Kibbler, 10 South St., Bal-
mfnrirtr tn ttrhot tlmir I l. ' . . ..... .
........... . .... .v. C1C Jasv JViir, um0re, sampiei at Wilmington, con
It only means that the ingredients lf;.I nS-nl'.1ll;ll)l llwia nnM O OI
arechiper. As an illustration ; an ash 1.83; per cent. Pvelative coiinner-
animoniated superphosiihate of such cial value $22 08
a composition hs to have given a 1931.! Acidulated Phomih'afP . TC..W
valual 1011 of 840.00 1)V last VPJl r')S"l .Toi-cair lio.r I (.. 1 Oft t! u. .
, . - . v j iw.svj wiiuiiMi vu., r ruin sir,,
figures, would receive ai valuation this Phi la., sampled at Shoe Heel, con-
year ot about $35.00; Just so. an tains available nlin.4. fifiil 1037 nsi
S7i -J? pyj!.e vaI,ueJ, ,asi ywr al ceut. Relative eoinmercial value$19.
30.00 would be valued at 24.00 by 45. i
inesengiires. i l94Sj A1L1
1 he analvses are irivpn 111 the nrvi. I Q.tl.., T?....:i:-:. r- iom n. '
dental order in which they have been str., Richmond Va., sampled at Fre
eiUered upon our books and comple- mont, cVint. ins available phos. acid
ted. 1 hey are all made on samples 10.37, potash 155 per cent. Relative
of new iMXd.s, drawn .liv our inspector n.imm..il oo an
' m A " I WMIIIC 11VJ.
since Jan. 1st, 1883. ! 19051 Ammnnhifml T)ICnlen.l Ru i
A ttn I... o M 1 QT" Cl i 'll-w . w i i
ijunijero lOIV OIUIIO VCIII I .1 Mil. A Arrvmnn ' I OI ,1 .
hosphate, Siomo Phos. Co. Charles- Baltimore, saninled at Shelhv non-
ton, S. C, sampled at Raleigh, Cou- tains available, nbo fiphi ) 1 nmA ?.,mm.! ?!f citizens against anether na-
ta.ns; Available phos. acid 11.10. monk . 2.46. potash OKK ' H .! "i6"8 fjeruIves have ample
After disposing of that aspect of H.n
csise, the court. passed ou to disenss a
Vtxr orKed the argument, which we
presents interesting. It puts a quietus
u mo " lire proceeding.
rue Chief Justice deliveriug the opin-
"It is "con tended, however, that not
withstandin the prohibition f ti.
ftnienduieut the States may prosecuted
"ustee of its citizeus the State lidnthMl
with the right and faculty of miklmr'..
imperative demand upou another inde-
peuueiii oiate tor payment of debts which
ft owes to citizeus of the fonner. Th-i
his no doubt but one nation mav if it
us uemauu or another nation pavment of
a oeuc owing by the latter to a citizen of
l"e "ier. But States are not nations,
either as between themselves or towards
foreign natious. They are sovereign with
iutheir spheres,but their sovereignty stops
short of nationality. Their politicals ta
tus at home and abroad is that of States
in the United States. "But it is said
that eveu if a State as sovereign in trust
for its citizeus did surrender to tho Na
tional Government its power of prosecu
ting the claiWof its citizens against an
other Stale bv force, it nrfc in lion
constitutional right of snit iu the natiou-
ui com is. i nere is no principle of inter
national law which -wakes it Mia
one nation to assume the collection of
potash 1.60 percent. Itcl. Com. Value Relativfe commercial value S31 35.
, t 1872' 'els;,a,,,' Ammonia- 1923. Amnoniated Bone Super
v -r""-r H'";'M"": x en. Ksu. ppospnate and Uibsolvcnl Bones, E. FJ
Aew London, Conn., Royster t Co. Co., 10 Biirlings'in, N. Y.. sampled
uenerai Agents, jNorfolk, Va., con- at . La'uriiibiir, contains available
laius: Available piios. acid U.5G, phos. acid 9.57, ammonia 2.61 per ctj
91 f II 1 11 1 II I O J Si. i Ivitou
-.vu.,(U,, jvao.. per eeiu. lveiatiye commercial value 30.88.
On samples drawir ht Wilmington, 1890. Ammoniate.1 Snl,.bl Vv
Rel. Com. Value 34.48. 1 874, Star Ua Guano, Navassa Guano Co., Wilt
a i . ,,r ' mingtbn, k. u., sampled at Wilminjr
Auilison, Kichmoiid. Va.. sampled at tun. m ,na ...o:i..ki - i
U i m.ng, contains :-AiIab!e phos: 6.33, ammonia 2 55, potash 1.26 per
..,.,..,.,,- jhhjimi i.tv cent, ueiative commercail value 2.
l,e0(!l"' Vma value 1925. Arlington "B" Ammoniatetl
3u.00. 1870. bea iowl Guano, Soluble Phosphate, Dam biuan Bros.
j - . ..., .-., xj. vo., xxix io, xJiitimore, sample
F. LlltiieL- A.rt in -r,l..a R 11 i . - ' .,' . i
- - - a . , ' vo. kji. at xjauriiiiiurg, contains available
liau. Ma., sanip!eI at U ilmiugtou, phos. acid 9.78, ammonia 2.48, potash
rit I t no . A .... ! I.. Iv l I . .. 1 o l n I - i . . 'I
w...-.w.-n,uiiu.iis rm. uciu o.5a, KW per cent. Kelalive commercial
ammonia z.oo, poiaii 1.0 per cent. Value 33.63.
illative commercial value 31.82. 1903. Ashcpoo Acid Phosphate,
187. Bradley s Patent Supcrphos- Ashepoo Phosphate Co., Charleston,
nhate of Liiuie fMfer and at'e:!t nmp Is O en
as last) samplwl at Wilmington, N. available phos. acid 1 126, potash 0.43
w...a...o. 4.im.MC puns, uciu j per cent. Relative commercial value
o.o ammonia a.b, pmasli 1.77 per 23.04.
cent. net. commercial value 32.10. ; 1878. Biker's Dissolved Bone
tin, contain : Available phos. acid pled at Wilmington, coutains avail-
T.Uv, .u.wu,a xV. it, p iam o.i x: able puos. acnt 1U.Z4, per cent. Itel
valuation, using same figures as for ative commercial value 20.48. !
mauiuiiiaied ieriinzcrs. a ..ix. Am- ioqo o. i..,i n. ...'
noma is cheaper m Peruvian Guano Chemical Co. of Canton, 32 and 34
however, than in any other forms. Charles St., Baltimore, sampled at
1881. .Cotton Brand High grade Acid Laurinburg, contains available plLos.
A ""-"'a-) v,..... ix. oumii oi v,o., acui y.U, ammonia 1J4. potash 3.83
sampleU at Uilmington, N. C., (also pCr cent. Relative commercial value
address ot the Mt'cr.) contains: 31.54.
Available phos. acid 12.77 per cent. I 1090. "Rah. finrinnfW A,;,l Piie.
Rel. com. value $25.54. ISMn Hv. n..ii:..- r.. o :....i
mans aud Dancy s Peruvian Guano, 34 SX'harles St., Bait iniore.vampled at
H.& D. iorfolk,j Va., sampled at LaUrinburg,coutains available phos.
Wilmington, contains : Available acid 11.49 per cent. Relative value
I1HO.S. nnin I ll. . ninmaiiia V Zl'A ip Onono
1 'vi 1 fi.yo.
ctnt. Relative commercial value 30.- J927. Bone & Peruvian Guano, Up
10. iqoj. Attiiuers rrieuu reriiuzer. 1 ciivp f4nnn f x..rr,.iL- v c.r..
means of redress without the
tion of their ; Goverinuent TTn-ir ti..
Constitution as it was originally coustru
ed4he citizen of oue State could sue au
other State in the coarts of tho United
States for himself, and obtain the same
relief that hia State could trut frtv littn if
it should sue. Certainly when he can
sue for himself there is no necessity for
power 111 his State to sue iu his' behalf,
and we cm not believe it was intended
oy 1 ne namers of the Constitution to nl
Iiairuillj of tbe
I:I(kmI, I-'ever and
miSemeiU of liver, UuWni and KJdlieya.
STJTPTOara of A DISrRASTCB I.1TEK.
Pin la Ut under lhe ShouUler4iUde, nisukea for
theuat; general bss of appetite Bowels
eeneraur costive ainetimca alternating with lax:
tr0T',Uc.a ith Pi. i dull ad hear,
wah consrferaU Ipsa of nemory, accompanied
and .inUied face a aomc.inv?. an attendant oitU
f ,I.r n'"'Pon: the patient complain.
tlrT. und dcLl!"y' ' ou, e.ily .titled;
fcet coW or burn;ng, sometimes a prickly aensaUoi
and. aknouKh aatisfied that excise woiddbe benc
f" -Tf rd!y cemmon up fortitude to
y. v Uct' dtftrusw rery remedy. Several
of the aoore tymptoms attend the disease, but catea
kava occurred Wnen but few of tbenTesistedTel '
examination after death has shown tlttt Xivar ta
bare been extensirciy dtranjcd.
It should be used by aU pcrsoM, old and
yoans, vheneTer any ot the above .
. j jmptoms appear., .
Penons Traveling? or Urlnsr la TTn-.
A , V "K.,n 0l ccasioa.
t7'.rDW,nc. Impression of Spirits, etc,
- LTOorwe uae a glass oi wine, but is no In.
toxlcaUns beverage. - ,
If Tou have eaten anythlnr hard of
dlceaUon. or fed heavy after meal or sleep.
leas at night, take a dose and you will be relieved
Itmo and Doctors Bllli ni be saved 1 ,
by always keeping the RepUator.
: In the House I, . " , '
F, whatever the ailment may be, a thorouehlr'
sale punrative, alteruUve and tonle cai
never be out of place. The remedy is harm Una
pUa.u'r?. no'i"trf;r wUKSTo?
a-a i." PU?U5I'Y VEflETABtR,
And has all the power and ericacy i f Calomel or !
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A OoTernor's TeaHinony. '
Simmons Livers Regulator has been in use la my i
tamily for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the mcdicui science.
J. Giia Shuktxk, Governor of Ala.' I
Hon. Alexander II. ftepWns, ofdiL. '
says : Have derived some benent Irom the use of
bunmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
turther trial. -
nUiR? 2n,7.Th,ne falls to
xleUevc." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia. Liver Affectioa and Debiiity, but never
nave found- anything to benefit m K. ......
low both remedies in such
a case. There-
. - , mi tier vjriuiiiu uo., uriuiK, va., niui
Keail cS Co., ewilork, sampled at pletl at Shoe Heel, contains ayaila-
1 1 mi ton. contains : Available uiJ
. f ' I is i wo e JJm ii uiuiiia v. vvi
plios. acid U.zl. ammonia 2.62. not- I o qo puu;..a
. J g w I IfUlfUOil eeCfeW U(l Will AVVIdin VWIU"
asli .4U ner centi LCelative cummpr. ...,i ismi
. . . ; uicii;iii vniuc uu.uv. c
cial value 33 09 f877 Bradley's Patent-Superplios-.
1881. Cotton Brand High Grade" phite of lime, Bradley FerlilizingCo.,
Acid Phosphate E. I. Powers, Wil- 27jKilby St., Boston, sampled at Wil
mington. N. O.. Rrimtifed sit Wil minor. I I .. 1.1 .11
o 7 -j ... ........ q iiiingifiii, uiuiiaiiis a vuuuuie puuM.
ton, contains: Available Plios. Acid acLl 8.9G, ammonia 2.G8, potash 1.77
11.7 1 percent. Keia'.ive commercial percent. Relative commercial value
f AAA r f t
Soluble Bonei iQ7-i RriiUli Aflvfuro "R n WI.W
- xiio. xHiusii luisuue, rj. x. i nit-
W al ton, W han n fc Co., Wilmington, man, 104 S. Charles St., Baltimore,
Del., saninled at Salisburv. contains
r . Oct ill i r i v va C4 v a ii I a iii y vwu iui i u
Available Phos. Acid 11.79 per auje pl,os. acid 7.85, ammoivia 2.41,
cent, llelativecoinniercial value 823.- pntabh 2.53 per cent. Relative com-
m ,.- l;,7 . . . , L' ' ' e mi 1 'J iiiiaui, uut 11 sup 11 can - '
I What is to lie done in our caseT There I " - x Iw i. vlii f)Q
I'L TAYLOR, in a mutual tlejpeudence n,ion seller ami wa,k Jet and L'T 1 a.TC foresutei- a ue .gy
bo3er,and if each will do duty with j lj Poor little thing! Only making a - '. . ' . Jj
. C0:lv " a conecioUM sense of the needs and peiila profit of 05 jwr cent., and yet complaining, mpiac l1ertili
1915. Dissolved Bone l'hosnh&te
of Lime. John 8. Reese & Co.. ID
rs . a f-u 1 a ....
ooutu ot. iSijtimore, sampled atbhcl
hy contains: Available Phos. Acid
10.55 potash 1,07 per cent. Relative
commercial Value 22.39.
1904. EttwaniAcid Phosphate. W.
C. Bee & Co. ajrents, Charleston. S.
C, sampled at Concord, contains:
Avanaoie moss. Aciu IU.3U, potash
2.55 per cent. Relative commercial
value $23.26. , i
1940. Excellenza Stiluble Phna-
iihate, Lonjr &Dudale, 37 S. Gav
tSt Baltimore, bampljd at " Wilson,
contains : Available Phos. Acid
10.49, ammonia 2 50 ier cent. Rela-
. e d a .V.-v
ive commercial value 16.
1889. Fa im.Ts Friend. Read & Co.
Box., 3121 iS'eW YorK, samplctl at
Raleigh, coiitai ns Available Pinw.
Acid 9.21 ammonia 2.62. Dottish
. . . i . . . . ; '
2 40 per cent
jmercial value ? 29.58.
The Special Tax Bonds.
The iudirement of' tho Sunrcma Court
of the United States, iu the cases of the
StJatea of New York and New Hampshire
iigauist Ijouisiaiwf, is ot great importance,
'Had the court given its assent to the
scheme at the bottom of the legislation
on which those suits were based, porth
Carolina would have been brought before
tlie court on a demand for the payment
of the special tax bonds. But the danger
is now happily terminated.. We had but
little apprehension from the first tk.-tt the
court Would hold adversely to our idea
k the constitutional inhibition, but yet
appreciated the grave consequence that
would ensue from an unfavorable? decis
ion. Until the dual auiiouiicemrut we
therefore were uaturally auxioiis. j !
The States of New Hampshire ajhl New
York had dii-ecteil their reiywctivq attorneys-general
to bring suits in the name
of the State, as tiustee. on defaulted
" ta v a
rore rue special -remedy granted t the
citizen himself must be deemed to have
been the only remeily the citizen of one
tate could have ander the Constitution
agaiust another State for redress of his
grievances, except rucIi as the delinquent
State saw tit itself to grant. In other
words, the giving of a direct remedy to
the citizen himself was equivalent to ta
king away any indirect remedy he might
otherwise have claimed through the in
tervention of his State upon anv principle
of the law of nations. It follows that
when the ameudment took awav the spe
cial remedy thre was no o'ther left.
Nothing was added to the Constitntiou
by what was thus done. Tho power tak
en away by the grant of a special remedy
was not restored by the ameudment.
The effect of tlie amendment Was simply
to revoke the new right that had been
given aud leave, limitation to stand as
they were. The evident purpose of the
amendment was to prohibit all suits
against a State by or for oilier States or
aliens, without consent of the State to be
sued, and in our opinion one State cannot
create a controversy with another State
wil bin the meaning of that term as used
in the judicial clauses of the Constitution
by attuning the prosecution of debts
owing by the other State to its citizeus.
Such leing the enso we are satisfied that
we are prohibited both by the letter and
spirit of the Constitution from entertain
ing these suits, and the bill in each of
them is consequently dismissed.1'
aijuiniu iu Dcneui
msou to Georgia for it,-smd would wind further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trud as it-seem the onlr
Uung that never fiils to relieve. K
P. M. Jannbt, MinnespoUs, Mimv
Dr. T. VV. Mason aaysi r'rom actual e
Ev1 Simmons' Liver KrUtor h
y practice I have Leen and am satisncd to use
and prescribe u as a purgative mudicuie.
8Take only the Genolnn, which always
has on the Wrapper the red 2 Trade-BIark
and Signature or J. n. ZJJIL1X A CO.
; FOR SALE BY ALL DRtTGClSTR -
The attention of Farmers and the gener
al jjublic is called to the fact that
Has opened a First Class FAMILY GRO
CERY STORE, next door to Blackmer &
Taylor's Hard Tare, where be will keep a
full line ol fresh goods such nFl our, Meal,
Bacon, Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, &c. r
Also a fresh and com plcie stock of
G O JV F E CITIO IV E R I Ei89
and Fancy- Groceries.
Will pay the highest cash prices f,r But
ter, Eggs, Chickens, and all saleable coun
try products. ' j
January 18, 1883. 14:3m, I
SALISBURY, N. C
MUS. Dli. REEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this well known-"
House, has again leased it, and will be
pleased trr gee her many patrons When
they visit Salisbury. ' -
Citizens wanting the Omnibus may leave
orders for it at this House: -
Jaii'y 15, 1833. 14m.
The One-Price Store !
IIOIIZ I BE
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND GROCERIES J
FULL STOCK OF FUnillSHIflG GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALITY!
LAKGE STOCK OP RUBBER COATS. &51ES(
Agents for Coats' s Spool Cotton. Filll Assortment of
150 Bushels EARLY 1T0ETHEEN SEED-POTATOES. Jmst ia.
"Best Flour, Meal, Oat Mel, Buck-Wheat Flour, Meats, Supar, Coffees, Trss, Rice
Hominy, Grits, Pure Lard, Corn, Osts, Bran, Syrops, and four kinds of New
Orleans Molasses, &v. Coffee Roasted or Green st 10 cents per pound.4-
3 lb. Cans Tomatoes at IB eta- Best 10 nt. Rtioat TWTt.
We mean to sell you Gootl Goods as cheap as anyone in town. -We buy and sell al
lrmlo ... r i r: ii . tr nr m. i
kiuiu ui vuuim i mhiu'x. une u a trim. . it. iaiiiUU.
f D. J. Rohtiav.
All ifr'iiii intfldil to ns lwfnr Jan. 1. IftftS liv nnt nr nrrinnf ari hrrrlir nntSflArl
' " I r -, t i j ? - -" r-j .
that they inii.it rail at once and srttle. Wcdo not want to add cost on our customers,
out we uiuft have our iuney. . ,
KLTJTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
Feb. 14, 1883. . v t
Bone & Ptah, Quin-
iier Co, New Lomiosi, bonds of other States owned by their cit-
J. Ti. KEE3ST,
Salisbury, N. Ci .
Agent for PHffiillX IRON ORKSj
Eniiies, Joilers, Sa? Ml, ;
Also, Contrcc!r and Bailden