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Remember - lads that yoti "Violate thw
I bird,law when yott robu partridge's nest
-r-sdme I eggs hare been offered on this
I market. The officers will r capture' the
j The. -following is takenfrom the new
Code of iNorth Carolina, and it would be
well j foij the boysto ibear it in nitnd:
"No per on shaU'at any time take or des
troy the eggs of partridges or quails: and
any person violating this section shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and punishable
by a tine of not more than fifty dollars or
$6,000 have been offered, but, as yet, no ' . - ' -: iiwcairo. m . ,
definite action has been taken. ' -1 The JUUTHKRAjr a. s. t iwuui a-artt
There is every reason hv Salisbury met at the Lutheran parsonage ouTues
ivt t ! J- r day June SOthat-9 aVm.v to .arrange;
otild Income U manufacturing centre. , r , , vr,,ickle. in lUe.
The climate U perfect, living and labor 4 - h,ini,v . .Unmit:uii. Tli9 recent hail
farm at ion on matters ad-1 by imprisonment for uot more than thirty
-ritln? ,ii Iiafifl . v "advertised :i
Brown has gone to High-
Wie depths fr their nnobtusive
people of Kowan may lift proud
i M.m v.: for tne sum- ness the
kJS a headM. and oointins to 4he county jail.
n to.-. ii ;.
' I . ! - exclaim t behold its emptiness ! No felon
1 -i tl.fl time to uehiroy wrcua tauguiMlies tnere ! liio turnkey wiin.nis
Wt WiHnel hmger the Reeds will glemn, expressionless fac, is at; liberty.
i , ri, ,ia(lca-t, and a second crop TjltJ pjae KHfo foi ted, forsjikeu, for-
't$i - v J I cot teu.''i Mav'it remaiii so. ;
' The Sheriff, uho is a rather practical
man, snests that this is au exceedingly
fine onnortunitv (or the Commlssiouers
U have'iSme some uiueh needed repaiVs,
th:it -the iitil mav have n clean record
wheu inspection day come around.
first ot JRli The
cool fr a
j,a. heen reniiii kamj
U-I7P. on the hearth in the
eft Uln-v " ,
! . ,1 nillf Ot OUT CIUA- l
j 1 Colj hiivs improved their store
f'Wiitie 'psiint and pencilling
iietf,'ock between Innis and tUe tobacco interest whirfe
Ufeti uneqaaled-by any rorof galigarv wjt4 Ult? p:(
iflln te state. ' ":,
cheap! and the place accessible.' : r;y land rains, a siecial ' ini'ridence seeuiing
ft nnlv rmninA far nr ieonle to keen 1 v. had caused ft cold wave to reacii &al-
thPlr PtM oneh and lend all urooer as- .-7. cue.,UJ" y
r.:i phere forout door Ut? aua pleasure. ur-
kindred industries, tqi make the
flourish -aud trade active in all
eording to a report iu the v Aognsta - . V - H0110?
Vhronicle : , . .. , ;;-'.-:;7-cV'"v''--ii' The Committee io'charge of the con-
f vuur merchants have no customers but atmctfon of t lie base and pedestal for the
dinarily the S. S. is less than a hundred,
town .nil ' Biimn ftlwnrs tardv. but alniut 150 I
' U.I .,...1 f. lin trrtii. .f ru '""CI VUIIIIIIUIIIUCS
I iniCKies moveu ou jiuoui. . n.ui. mm r. . j.
I ...n.iij ..;n oHt'i-v vniciTohiiniiit 1 a,6 created oy .
MINING I DEPARTMENT.
T. C. EKBXXK.
X. M. XAXXS, X. X
$5,5(X) was the product in gold fron
C or silvery toiccs cnuniug
like belU in tileeful fsirewells. The little
fjiiry tales, ditties, aiid songs produced a
strange, but most agreeable and pleasing
8ympliouious bannouy wuici) was brokeu
cmitinually - by cheerful overtures of
laughter.! The Bible class of youug ladies,
about 20 j in number,; chaperoned by the
pastor, Rev. Wm. Stoudeniuire, had the
most imposing turnout tour elegant,
! ".LLtinU urn! eomintinion services
Ul bv the Ev. Iiutherau congre-
I:.. i..H Hall- over Kluttz's Drug
fciertSaiHlay. Preparatory s
imeoftbe fiieuds of Mr. V. G. Ram
JlnUliiai a farewell party iu the
(ijjfl the Old llickory Club on last
iij 1Bigiit- Ho left on4lie first, as
Wly aiiuotinced, for New York,
U fill wil on the 4th for; London,
Salisbury Tobacco Market.
Few seem to realize the importance of
has grown lip
past two years.
From a very small veutnrerou the part
of a few Reading and enterprising citizens,
there has growu up in this town a trade
in leaf, which, at the present rate of in
crease, will soon b second to no market
it the Stiite. This is not mete say so,
but stubborn facts back the assertion.
The rate of . "
increase; - -
has been really wonderful, aud far ex
ceeded the expectations of the not very
sanguine promoters. The increase over
last year has beeu five fold, and judging
from the facts presented below, the in
crease next season must be greater even
than has beeu developed during tins
vears ago tins-was consiuerea a
farmers, our doctors no patients but far-1 reception of tuis great work, in order to
mers, our Uwyers no clFents but fanners, raise fundi for its completion, hafe pro- this JsnWr It nvtonl-h
There is a farmer on side or the other of P."l luiniatnre Statuette tlx ickc$tn tern! cariiur all Ailments S
mer being the producer and creator f ckel-suvered, -which they a
. Win Parents Fea. Manv person
especially psreuts object toiasnv onsck
nostrums as likely to engender of encourage ' i l
a lore for stronsr drink- Th at r!rht j
eer die or disease than of drankebnesOx
es not invoire
Ids op the s? s
' the stomach,,.
. 1 -.1 ml Xiflrl.ailv.i.1 ll.uv . .1- . '.""v'," " 'iv WHIM
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iraii.M nirnisnes tue OH WIllCll lubricates I uucnurrs mrwugiK
the social and industrial irarl.inurr I Onitetl States at One Dollar Each
"where inanufactnr-1 1 " attractive souvenir ani Mantel or
d whr vt!th i. AJesk: ornament is a
enhancing the value of lue mde furnished
raw maienai. i ie mvrcuanr. airvpr tun oiwucuo m wm inruii. ivrirei .k.-hi i ,
reiiow ue- out intoxicating end absolutely cures lM:
Sjout the apetitefor liquor. v. ' v- S
is a perfect thnitc of SFT ttAfRTJT,,? L rt ?i Ul
lied bv the artist.! pallid, chalkj complexion which the nov r ; u
,S .i? I'iSj fMV,p 8t call a -washed out complexion. It ii - 34
in same ueta , twelve c hajti. -nonwh. nH it-" -.w... 1
same aud arc the bfst mnnm f th The designs of Statncand nedestal are r.Z" " Zz: : ."?'.';
!r.i IL Boyden, -the new postmaster, anfavorabie a8 it has
Idanwof 'the office; on the 1st. i He v T nro this-
(I lave the new office ready by the hord. market, because it was situated on
U' lit U .to be next to the Express . lmr(1 n tha tobacco belt. But
LrAlMaiir street, and "will bo btted
alV tie modern improvements.
uow it is a -
I made so by the great increese in the cul
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necnnuren ot tne ljuiuerau ouuuaj invauou oi uio weeu mj iud ioiujcio, uuu
jool lhad a joyous day on Dunn's only of Rowan, but Stanly, Union, Itfeck
'Kntaiu last Tuesday. They .drove lenburg and Cabarrus. Leaf is now
tsiagb! the streets with galy decked j brought here from all these counties, and
tii?llm tfie evening, as they return- net only so. but from Iredell, Catawba,'
tn hare lost none of the land as far west as Buncombe; and from
iuh cyv ww i '
U;sm nf th( dav. Davie. Davidson and as tar east as
o 1 Caswell. Stenmnir into the Farmer's
Hoover Hill for the month of May. The grey, match steeds prancing, as though
result!of 644 tons of oie. The Supt. re- keeping tune wiili the musical voices that
poi tshat" he ims some ore that will run de resoii anUlie rear. Everything with-
1 ! , - . . , in thejiinit of visioujof, our more thau
$20 ierton. he lUKin shaft is uow 256 ArAU8ev;U partv became the subject of
feet down oir tjie vein which holds good criticism j comment or lengthy discussion.
with every evidence of continuing so. Natures fcice was clear, bright, and cher-
" '" fut as the faces of the picuicein, in fiict
m, . " , "ITt . ; ; ... , t.J.? 8omeJhlace.s were two clear tor where
The LoudonEngland Mining Journal thel.ught: t,, ,l!lve Ut.tn soi, cul Ilt Wheat,
says : iThe manager aud milling Supt. ot ,.ye ilt ' &c., ami even brilges, there
the Rurtsell mine in a; letter dated June were none, the late freshets had takeu
them clean away. There is not perhaps a
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NVearent wk on Riggon Hill with I , i?..,?,, ..u,,,lt.. h.u
20 men and taking out splendid ore, . ottif.i.. iv '1 i...,..f..;.,-
which will null 850 per ton. I lie assays I i.i ! i
.(in i . i i'h. null V I'uiwhuil lliu nf hsiiituil arfiiiliiilii
t.Hiav cave us S248.04 wer ton. aii s "r.r;v v.r""rf,r""r
-w- a i.kr i- k n 1 1 i i 1 1 1 r r u uifrur
very free and pains well. HlHjKt ou his mountaii.,saiUfacTio,
I have oneda newleaid ou Rigg hi Hill , flom. 'eVeiy coun
winch is alwiiit four feet wide and the .. . . 1 , j ...
best ore yet fouiid and plenty iu sight. I
rushed and amalgamated two pounds
which cave $70 ikji- ton, and -another
sample of 4 pounds that gave $37 per
ton, not picked Ure. All tne ore pros
pects well aud will. mill splendidly. In a
Bubseqnent, letter, dated June llilbsso:
We are making good progress-witn every
thing. We have all our force ou Riggon
Hill and are takiiig out ten tons jhm lay.
Axeiage not )t - " " the pastor offering thanks for the beauti
wo rBWK"-;tw7u7I"1 ful day and continued mercies and bless-
.inikllil I t -t lur till TTI Hll I 4 lift. I
UIIVllll W to T
oil Riggon Hill. But have plenty of ore - " " ' ,
. 4 1 i I.I . W llvl I' iiviuevi v o iovo VIIIVI
to stope, tor three or fonr months, ri is - wflg re
is a .big mine n Use f. Io j ft e d d fiw 'ue went heme
not know how big for it proves bettei the J,, 'j witU pleasure and s;uis
lower it goes dowu. fied with good thiugs liberally prepai-ed
This exploitation work seems to be de- to eat alui to drink. Mrs. Stewart, liv
velopius a monstrous, wonderfully rich iug near-by, in the abseiice)f her hits-
.iAnna;i- vi..n t n f.hi nronertv. I baud, showed us no little kindness. - blie
,U.T.ro.pect ... fther poor, except to ft L
wark on a very (arge and economical 80uage-at 7 p. m., thus ending the most
scale the mass of ilow gtade ore. This delightful picnic iu the history of Salis-
nniitd Kb itrnton frnint.liH Rides of the OPen I bui V E. L. O. b. ; b.
cut, and falling to the centre, loaded on
tram cars, and transported .to the mill at
a very low cost. The exceeding cheap
ness of this mode made the haudling of
It is well
manufacturers; thus again showing oar j protected by U. S. Patents, and the mod
solves tlie ludmoeiianliln liiniit. tin cwu
mainsnrinf? as it whi h. nf awiotr Of I tee.
course it will be understood that I do
uot mean our farmers when I talk of I ' America
feeding people, as we don't even feed I . -i33 Mercer Street, New York.
ourselves. We have reversed the order
i..iHS5 uuu uiy iituu uie uinciinut OAT TOUHDV TUT A X trprn
iu the luxury of makinir cotton, which r I July 2,18515.
hair to its original color, whatever it -
vniw oe luruisneu oy iuis commit-1 w, ...i ? r
Address, with remittance,- I .?. k3 Vvi1P,;" RX post
RICHARD BUTLER, Secretary, SA?iM lave; i v
n Cora, of Statue of Libei tv, " f - r
I at 10.15 a. m. During the eight hours
aud joy rang out so: freely with every
sound in conversation and song that all
knew that it was the right day, the right
place and the right party to spend a most
pleasant and profitable day in the woods.
Swinging croqueting, mouutaiu climbing
aud other games too numerous to mention
engaged the greater part of the c'a . At
lz.olMthe long table, over a bundled feet,
was arrauged and the b S. and party of
friends were invited to take their places,
a la t tie tiold was S Dent. Mr. Z. Ai
Clark, of Atlanta. Oa.. in soeakin? of 4RO
in gold, desires to say to, the readers of this
paper, that the whole of above amount was
spent in a fruitless effort in tinrlintr ri;f
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ccuis puuuu auu seii u. ai. i uorn n-eeijr, at Wio; .Meal,. uayoj iroma terrible Blood Poison affectin" his
nine ecu ts. - livu.f imtn. vi...i. ...ir o 05 I bodVi limbs and nose nrepntinT tmlr rnfi
S2.35: Western bulk meats. 8ai0 1 Lard. ?in? uJc.er8- He V1.0 aoUBd AntI.
.TtiftiA n.m.t.. rm.n,l ti, hSml X. - .. . . ' "avmg oeen curea oy tue most snecdr and
w f. . . ..v via 1 iiirivjL KuF ratml li7fllll .i lim luu.) I i.r... , ... . - -r
ones are!catcliinir their share. The juries 'Zr' !, . ::T" .t ,T ' . JY" 7 7. ' 'iui remeay ever oeiore known, and.
are losioa their reverence for rich ci imi- Oo f v t j f -j 7 uiwnt,
nals.- These are getting what is known Fodder, 8390 ; Shucks, 60; Bran, rrV"1! h.m that Uireeboti
t..ma )... M;..lm. r.......L t:..i. t,e B. li. B. restored his anptie. healed
exactly what the.po man ges for crime! ..laHtiniaiS: Sweet notatoe7oU : SiIJ
reas,yuHA; Uats,4ddU; l allow,?; Dry days.
Hides, 10; Rabbit furs, 0000 cts per
dozen ; Mink skins, 0000. ! IVOIICI
middling-highest, I0i. for the Colored Graded School will 1
Tobacco, sales every day ud prices received until 4 o'clock P. M. of Tuesdayl
wuij ivii, 103.1. i iic uihus &nu epecinca:!
tlOIK niltr Iw. soon at mtr hnii.A Tl...
Poultry, iu steady deraaud, but prices Committee reserve the risht to reiect anvl
moueraie. r hii uiqb. . r . j. Murdoch.
juS5:2t Secretary S. O. S. C.
This is right, and will bring back again
that respect for the administration of law
which has well nigh been abandoned.
The last iustance is thtt of the fraudu
lent banker James D. Fish who gets ten
years iu striped clothing. A year ago he
was arrayed in purple and fine linen,
and fared sumptuously every day. , Even
in Ludlow street jail his fate was not a j gatfsfactory
naid one; and tnere was always a pros
pect, if .it came the worst, of slipping
over to the other side, ami chuckling iii
Canada with fellow scamps over the easy
irulibility of the American people! and
there pleasantly loose way in business I June ou, looo.
matters which made fraud so easy. All
this is ended now, and the big Fish is
stranded high and dry on the rocks of
Sing Sing. A she c Me Citizen.
Our Pltiliailulnlii't mnrl'Aft ira nnt ronfoil I - ,
vs wssmmvs aui uiuinvvvuiv vvf l Wbvu
every week, . Notice is herebv (Avon thai th Ronr.! r
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ruiLADELPHiA. market. trans liros., uounty Uommissioners for Rowan Cduntv,
larcre Produce Commission Merchants. 56 I w, meet at the Court House in Salisbury
1 At Aim ......
North Water street. Pliiladelohiu. reoort n? ?e a jnonoay or July next U lem
r -A M 4
the following city markets : Eggs, Vir
gtnia and boutlieru, 14. L.ive; poui- of revising the Tax Lists and valuation
Mart, infant daughter of William aud trvi2ai3 cts. per bound; dressed 500: reported to them for 1385 ; at which time
anu piace any and an persons uaving any
complaints as to the valuation of their
property, or the amount ortax charged
against them, can appear and be heard by
the Hoard in regard thereto.
IIORATIO S. WOODSON, Clerk,
Salisbury, June 20th, 1885. It
5 For the Watchman.
Salisbury-, N. C, June 25, 1635.
Mr. Editor: A good deal has been said
fe&G THK Damages. Bridge Warehonse on Monday, the writer saw ore. When last seen by the writer, these i,t',o;h
ilsUerj Robinson, began last Mon- quite a number of packages from States- strin8 had been gouged after by local 81 uin doubti be r
that grade of ore possible. y. It is
known that there were several quarts an(j written, both pro and con, concern
strings, rich in free gold, iu this mass of ing the German Carp. 1 have had such
l lit? 01 H8 fllilUICO I1IC IO
em em be red that I
. 11 1 i Li .. i.i.: .i a t...A u, l ville and Asnevilie. and ne was lniormea i n. tv minora ami it wna imnnssinie to i...,i ...n ot,i-.i ;), ..!
Gtiilliist week Fourteen in all, tuat they had frequent shipments from get a fujr specimen. These "strings" but that by the June' freshet of 1883 my
Mll'sinali, hate been reported to these and other adjacent points oir the w 8man, but rich, and would, of dam-was broken, and I lost nearly 100.
(kUlfotroved. whollv or in part, railroads- All ot this gcs to prove that cour8e, help to sustain the average of the ?2fTR'T
rri i " i
ithii county.. . -
SjjOrjNeare has, a fojee emj)loyed re-
rkf jdamage done the - streets by the
liOfrpiXG. A negro, Holden Teel,
aiDaalt Kluttz farm, cmea forward
4w?duesdayi with a red cotton bloom.'
lie first cotton bloom of the present
.vm ;was sent to this omce Monday
fining last by a negro, Martin Bell,
jiJQB working on the lands of Ma
.'ices Craige; on the Yadkin river. .
J jir.l3as.-AJ Rcid, of Providence town-
Aalw'seiida blooms, in fact, the tinie
iw'flie nr cotton to oioom, aud they
'iku. .11 .1
iuiii ait over me county.
Uulun 1? Hti fv!eii iiuaaail ntvatr frnm
earth to die arms of the Good Shepherd, keys 00, according to quality;
on the- morning of the 25th iust., at half ducks 0809; geese 0810. Li v cattle
past 5 o'clock a. m. 0551; hogs, live 66J. Potatoes; Early
iike some oeautiona song-uira iiOS4,, choice, per bush., 3000; Burbauks.
nier skies, leavin- the echo of her son-s cho,ce 5 Peerless, 00o0 Pearl
and a vision of beauty behiud iu the over. Mammoth, tK)30. Cheese: N. Y. Facto
shadowed home. Of perfect physique aud ry, choice 7i3i; fair to good, 7to7;
i-emaiKaoie liireiiigence, ner lire- mougi penusylvauia full cream, 0607S: part
' . .. i .u I 8kim8, fancy'4.0(); full skims, ulcgili.
Anna tf lnva tiior. roflh hprnnn nrrh I J ' ' "
across the dark river to that bright clime D"ed Fruits : Apples, evaporated, iu
where the little one has found a home, j cases, 67 j sliced N.Carolina, fancy 4
There is no death there. 1 he flowers 4i; good sliced3; blackberries! 99J;
ade and drop tneir iragant petals, tne berries, pitted, prime dry 1212S
Uilrrl.f ol-lia tli'lf lluL- tin 1IT.I1M Vllll frmW I " r -
dini and lost to sight, anon the flowers peaches, pared, evaporated 1722 ; N. C. ficient'for a fiist rate country office, will do
i to i-n in nil tlifir Imaurv. tha stars an- sliced 7(&9: uu Dated halves. newi8(a81: well by writina at once for terms, and
near with brighter luster. So Mary our onarters 6a61: evanorated 106&14: Dears. I sample sheets. Address,
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little "Uirdio " will come again wiien ne ,018 u g raspberries. 20jJ2 per
....... 1. ... ... a I. n .ii. Ii.j .unfclj fila Itflrvlt-T. I
ciiiiiuiii iu luano uiiuu jowHi-i ti ui ijiiu" i . ., , . oaco
f ftt niifl lis ltSf li. I'"""" va,
Hides, sdiy, iull. iioney m como, iu
1J; beeswax 29(32.
Any one desiring to purchase a complete
outfit for a 24 column Newspaperind Job
Omce, with an abundance of bodytype,
display anu job type, press, cases, etc., sulv
this is a central market; aud it means
something else of vital interest to the
local farmer. Those who are near enough
the'market to haul their leaf have a de-
inine. The mass, taken as a wliole, win rjarp, now four years old and will weigh
average ou the milli about three dollars about 10 lbs. The other is a Scale Carp,
oer ten. It is perfectly free, and can be three years old and of about 6lbs. weight,
miued, and milled at remarkably low
Salisbury, H'. C.
Not knowiug the sex of either of those
T K.wl little Ktva nf trrl inir n
cided advantage over those who-must figures-low enough to make three dol- fom tIem Coil8t.qentty, durhig De-
ship and pay ireigut. Again, it is suonn iar8 pay gut. must be conducted as a cember last. I procured 2aa young ones,
him that, the ' business: with rigid economy. averaging 2 to 3i inches long. These
demand The tenor of the reports going to Eug- latter are now from 7 to '11 i;ea
for tobacco is sufficient to make it pay hanti aie misleadingj When the crash
illfiiig iuui turtle were seen on the
&wU7irre after the rain last i week.
LWMW nVsn. of loiiis. Mini what. U
fMWe, were of an unusual size. One
1. w U'ltuetl whidi would measure
fi'icKjs iisit l.iy streutched tin tlie
'e turtle would measure
n f?1!1' bmgxway of tha shell.
wuiwWftil SDL-ciinens. if thi'v
Nl.felVWiith the rain. 7 l '
f are com inr in nnit frpmifiitlv
fWiceuti orchaltls. and R4nne"ffriw-
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the distant farmer to haul his leaf to the.
depot and ship to Salisbury. This must
suggest jto him the adyisability of put
ting into tobacco culture, as much of his
tilable land as he cau spare from the
necessary life sustaining crops. . -
Breaks1 are uunsually large for - this
seasou, qwiug to the dry, late spring. In
fact, the ilea f men sa'y that this season
will probably continue until the fall
opening. Buyers are abundant, and prices
rule high. The better grades always
bring ffne prices, and there is still a gieat
demand for all tirades. None of the -local
manufacturers have yet been fully sup-
i 7- I & V UUIU .aiSSWS. mJ wmm-v - - " - - I . . f
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Oy VlSlllMji uii.li". iiw
.TWO. WAKE HOUSES
have been keit full, aud trade has been
lively, with good houest prices ruling in
favor 4if the farmer. The enpacity of
In this county, Miss M. Amanda Carri
gan, aged 59 years and 2 months.
She was for many years a consistent j
member of Thvatira church. For some
time she had been in rather feeble health;
but her last sickuess was short, as she
became completely prostrated within a
few hour after the attack, thus lias
passed away one of the older members of
our church, and, while her place iu the Lurg common dark
'Salisbury Tobacco Met
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J. J. HAJJKI59,
PROPRIETOR KLUTTZ S WAREHOUSE.
is an evidence of
pment jaud thrift i on the part
j :farir. The water 'melon
vHtlts ppearauce also, but it is
ll'lahd tjie wise man will leave it
The unwise, wicked boy, will
I caught one 10 inches long, had it dress
ed and cooked, and 1 can honestly sav.
comes, American mines must be abused, that; 1 never ate a sweeter, jucier, or bet-
aud the market depressed for American ter flavored tish iu my life, and all "who
. r tried it prouou need it excellent.
propel ties. : . I have a snatch net, with which I occ:t-
The. Watchman wishes to be placed on glHliallv catcll np inj. Veat ling carp, for
record, as waruing the stockholders in tlc jmnose of seeing how much they have
tim. Shnnbl thei-B bo occasion to doubt urown. Iu snatching Sup the net, I thought
tuu Jn..rnal -r.irMiiUtM 'it would be i discovered some vefysniull fish slipping
. ' , thiouuhthemeshes.il got a thin rag
wise as a matter or policy, to nave some ahmit the size oi;a 0.ket iiaiMidei chief,
Mr. R. Eames. Jr.. of Salisbury, or Mr. at the very
Get.. B. Hanua, of Charlotte, to examine "P several young carp, and 1 frequently;
alter leaving 1110 ucimu ii 11:11 i uuecu
minutes, make a snatch and catch as ma
lt acted upon uy our xuniisu cousins, . v Jl9 20 to 25. These vounii ones are
would have, most assuredly, a good effect, now from H to 2f inches long, aud are
It would eithar verify the official reports "bout equally divided between tne scaie
Church below is now vucant, we trust she
has entered into hat "Rest which re
mains for the people of God."
In this city, 27th ult., Mr. Fred. Mehi
ns, aged about 40 years. He was a work
man in the Merouey shops.
RELIEF FUOM CATAKKH.
Prof. W. P. Johnston, Principal of the
Public schools in Benton, Arkansas, under
date of March 17, writes :
This certifies that I have been a sufferer
Leaf, common short green,
" ' good ' red
" med. fillers
44 fine 44
Smokers, common to medium
44 . fine
4 to 6
f 5 to 7
i 7 to 9
- 8 to 12
t0 to 16
' 6 to 10
12 to 1C
15 to 25
15 to 20
20 to 30
30 to 50
.50 to 70
ObUIned, aud all PA TXS7 nusi.ESA,tXUnAea to
tor MOVER A TE F.
Ouromce is opjoaitc the U. 8. ratent omce, sihv
we can obtain Patents la less time than those re
mote from W'ashinslon. Send Model or Drawinq.
wn-ivi utno patenublllty free of charge; alui
A l2S'.T l'lcrf- unlet potent i aecured. '
W ce i..'i.u.re, to the Postmaster, the Supt. ti
Money order Mv.f and to oHiclalsot the U. S. Pat.
tent bill ;e. For circular, advice, terms -and ff Ur
ences to actual clleuts in your owntate orcoantx,
write to C. A, SHOW A CO..
Opposite Patent Oflice, Waahlnirton, i. C.
Nov. 27, S4.-4m
trustworthy, local ex pert-say sllld tietl it ou the center of the net. and iro V8"" "'i " ,?"lu .
first snatch I made I caught r ... . ...... r rr.- j 1
and report ou the property. This advice,
a mirror carp, j Fro m appearances w v, ifiw j haye ever
st have tronr 5,000 to 10.000 young v w P
Breaks have been quite full for the past
week, with a slight decline in common
ending to my business. Tried a number grades, while all desirable goods are tan
of most eminent physicians North and en at lull quotations.
South; spent over $500. I was partially
deaf, a quantity of bones resembling fish
scales came out of mv nose and head, and
I was at one time reduced to 70 poundsr
Ten bottles of S. S. S. cured me sound and
well, and I am so today. It is the best
.' -. ... . ... 1. i ..ii..
point OUfc IIIO uaugcr nmcn ib up.ucnnj j tnUSt
leading many to invest money, expect- ones all from those two parent fish, lie-
... ... Ai attention to my lisii man lormeriy, Know
W. P. JOHNSOU.
veritable bonanza le discovered.
these iiouses have lieeu so much taxed A BARGAIN. A first class 60 horse theui to procure a isufflcieiicv of fmid. fiaramation of
in.r tiu.t with riwIi imropnKR nnineis 111 a I My wile has been sunenng lor seven ion
smnll nnnil it wniihl b difficult to for I rears with what the physicians called in-
- r r . : " . 1 .. . T . j j
me veins. 1 iricu uwiurs
without deriving any
this season, as to jiecessitatc me erecuou nower engine, but little useu, anu 111 Therefore. I have been feeding them reg- time ana agin,
of anotherwhieh will pnibably Tte done thorough repair.for sale at a bargain, ularly, every day, and there is nothing benefit whatever.
. ..-.. , v .1 J5-.... Hrnner. Eames & Co. Salisbury. N. C. tli.it. will klmw it ktetiinr sooner than a At the suggestion ef
belore tue opening 01 uib uen erasuu --- ---. -. , - r. nii,inwr I wa
, . 1 I nnt upuii a liir:;iiul imlppil thi'v Hill I xlllflllOWer. 1 WS8
and to compel the "Fanner's Warehouse w kvn t 0,1 ! .!t nhrthi., thfit a niir will eat. 1 1 Specific, which in an
popular Week ly Mwnjx
. macnanioa, nflnrint, ol
h mlandtd tunnnn. Thj
darated to ciaae,
bin rioa invention and oa.tnts mrmr tQ
nnmbar ilhutnted with ralandid ncn.TiaM. Tl
Eablicction. f arnishM m wwt vlbl DcyeloidJ o
tformtioB which no perxm hoold b wilhont. Ta -poplrity
of tho Scnimno Akmica li iuoh hst
its oireaUtion nearly eqaaU that ot all othjr pperoi
Claba. Rotd b7 all DwKlMlr. MUKN CO, Pu-
Mann A Co. bavo aluo
lUhers, No. SSI Broad wsjr, S. Y.
The euterprisiug and active firm,
JIEtSKS. BEALL, BOST &. FOARD,
Bft someihing be doue to improve.
"FW Of ; th town Tl. eM.. .1tra
.t -i'- i1 " - - a- Si V DIIIV'' Hiao
itl.emeat)eet possible condition, and
W mm 6treet8 an(l front of
Q houses the walks are un-
V i T iv ltil our niaguificeut gran
1 JJ'-in w
my druggist, J. C.
induced to try Swift's
incredible short time
t ninki: enlargements, and un li eve the I , .... . T . f,.ii HiA.uo.mi hromV ti wliMt litad. I restored her to perfect neaitn. I
, 7 i turiii irini nil 1 ill ill ii t'liif.ii i . ii itiiiBb uc vw vim v v 7 1 . - ...
.auiJ f.. r r..i. finnuiM ..hu-k. ... 1. 5...1 U..H nannllv Imva tAmwi Ti-ilt iwitatoes 1 sav a sreat deal more about tne medicine.
..... enrap iw caitii, .m 8.lu.cu ... " M i 77 '-:7i T. TL . V . 7u .:i.. I A ."ill w that it onrht to be in everv
. I 1. II . . 4 .. 1 M. li'iiitinn JCt 1. I Pill ILPll I 11.1 II Will 111 11 Kl 1 IIV I IIK 1 l II I I 1 V . ICftU- J - - n J
or ireueu cuui.. nuuni, "V """"7. V" 7 ' ... " " ' 1 Tf u . Htni- h.vin mw m!
and take tne surtuus to mv nsn. i ney uuu. - '
iv I me hundreds of dollajs.
. . . i ii i n 4n i a fa. ft a ar ra.a niiii uiiAiiiua a. v Ba-avf i
with the man who always gets every i naiocuviiie iu?ms. . . . - . themJ and also of beans. C. F . Dcucan, Ulayton, Au.
fnftliintrinf vnlllH for a l)ile of leaf Anc- I fin tlm lilalit nf tllM 25 III iilSt. tills COinnill- I koii:isIim. t':llih:lils. illld other vesretables. March 28, 1885.
ie i. i.irv w.i visited lv tlif. heaviest raiu that 1 1 urn tlei iileill v well oleatted with mv Treatise on Blood and Skip D5mji
Atzri o - ,. , . - e rri... i .. . i i .s c i .i. ..:.i.
Farmer's Waiehouse. They are doing
it successfully too, aud in the , way that
the farmers approve.
MR. J. J. IIA.NKIXS
is conducting, in the most business like
miles of the; town,
ao excuse for mean streets
want f proper energy, coupled
, - vuuiinnnifii.i. a : i.
, -..uuulo ucsirc io ueautirv
JWp, oa the part of all our people,
are niii;..-. .. ,.
. -1 ti ." "tiuu. wiMIH nriiora iir ita
f lot. 1.1. TV .
kt J K e' 011 r PP'e are two poor; It
a ntue extravagant
i lA ;" .7 '
j .r v w oo it all t
n mi i r a . - -
.u vC more raafinn!.lA ni-
J vJf)ftth I a -
k " 1 un t0 beSn the work at
I Vlth a won a.... .i .!-,.-
f - "vmciiueu, concerted plan
tr macadamize the streets.
Mli 7. re than one square; would
hn 4 Q 0TQ the whole town would
C WgUe and h
tweaking of theustreetsjit may
USfW U attention tn tl ft
eap praise .on
en the work
! : MAVt ill A x, A . ) S
I ? Cutter
yiM" ; "uu Ience d left to
3tii.:, T "ueete- Whil
le fevers are
care snnM i. i .
ln-l -v MO IttKKD III llflVfi
.' Mirown iu some nnf.
RB YOU j
ft llWUDljJjilisr to voir gentle x
If so, to rou we bring tidings of comfort and
great joy. lou ean
and r23tored to perfect health by osing
ATCMTv rl i ThlrtSaven
A I W Year praotlea
aaflMBaaaaaaaaaaaaHa for tba rataat Ufflo. i
and bar prepared mora thaa One Hun
dred Tbouaand apyl icatkn lorpt-,
nt In ti. Ua.ted Ifcataa and lowip
eooatriaa. CaTaata, Trada-llarka, Oopy-r
Srhti Taaianmaata. and all othar papn
for aeenrina- to inventor thair ncauta tao.
t... . j r..i. KndiBa. r rano" .
rmmny and other foraiira eouptriaa. pwpartC
at ibort notioa and waaonabl twiiaa. -Information
aa to obta.ninj ,b?"y
riven without charge. Hand-bopka of Informa
tion aent free. Patinta obUiaed tbroojrb Mn4
A Co7ai Botioad in the Sci.nUfio American fr;.
Tha adrantace of aucb notioa wen hbo.w vr e
pWn. wboriab to di reeee f tWpiUnU. -:
7fcdreM MUNN & CO, Office Scawimc AXXSICAir.
SSI Broadway, Wew York. ; -
ryreneutx ntaen avow.
s ' . i x.;
us cents postage, anu u.
mall you will get r a pac K.
age ot goods ot larje vaLn?
. ...Ill j AfkAA T a
. i ,vi it stare yo'i in worii mai at uu"
j lit a n?r t tiwr , uao aaymiBs ciw m nu
ir.OMG HI fJJJ,i w in present wim ., I
t !il l)UJi:, vrsun) uiurvug, . "
t'i f'lTi Domes. Kortuaesiorau wuiui- .
... . - .i i.!. i, ii ii .irrrf i i'
T i v 4 ir tr (i . Lriju k uci.1 .. . - -
OV.2I, '81 17
ha fallen here, tor a score of years. The carp, being fully satisfied; that with gMid mailed free.
small at reams ndde lily 1 became creeks, attention and feed, oue acre ot pond,
The Swift Specific Co., Diane
mauneri the Kluttz Warehouse. Alto-
and Irish Buffalo creek had the appear- stocked with carp, 1 will produce more
auce of the Yadkiu river. pmmds of excellent fish than can be pro-
WATEit kpoCT. Id need of anv other kind of meat, by the
One mile from this place, and near cultivation of five ".acres in any other-crop
C. VV Rose's house, can be seon the ef-1 Besides, thev are mitch ; more palatable
frets of a water snbht. or something and cost less trouble or exnetiae than any Only 25 cents a bottle.
gether, they are a splendid set oi men, Unnallvas wouderfiil. Qua hill side, other kiud of meat, i
ami two ninth nraise cau net be eiven that was. thickly covered witn surubbery, He who hAs a well stocked carp pond
them for what they ,are doing.to increase with here and there atree of considerable is fortunate i.nieed, atiil almost every oue
1 . . . I cSro: f!in iMt appii tha foliOYVlU" described i mviiincr n form, nn which theiti is a aininir
XUo business prosper! ly oi me mi wn. . .ffWtn f water. hianh. Mn l.:.v idcam oond. and no
' manufacturing tiie weed. 7 There are two places, one 20 feet the matter if small, beause a ! pond of only n
There are three thriving firms engaged other 16 feet tn diameter, and tne two 75 few rods square will j furuiau carp sum
. . r. ... ... ... . v-inla nn:irt. that Have been torn and aipiii, tn kiinn v a tiin v. i
now iu Bansoury iu me uiauuiuemie -y - - d - , , r,' .7i Ti
"I Don"t Feel Like Work," .It mak.
no difference what business jou are engr .
cdin: whether von are a preacher, a r
fIt is a special remedy for all diseases per- cnaruc.-a lawyer or a '"V" , ' VJ i,
u j :...n:, pnn't do vour work well while you are lift.
Uinmg W me wviuu, uu .; luicugeui - .... Ill in
man can cure herself-by folJowg the direc-1 sick, inousanus irj , u-
tions. It is eDeciallv emcacious in caseBO! now rautii wuu m "c .'.v-.
suppressed or painful menstruation, in whites sood order by taking Parker s Tonic w
. . I l . I f. . . i?..l . C " 1 1
...H r. riini nrnianaiiB. ii lmirni mmm i vnn tpi a nine oui in io.
f-..."- rm 1 t i j - .
A Bad Complexion is frequently caused relief and permanently restore the menatrual be money in your pocket. One
by worms. Shrinei's Indian Varmifuge function. Asa remedy to be used duiing that good, rejoicing health is worth ha
will remedy the whole trouble. Try it. critical period known as "Ohakge or Life," ea hour full ot languor and pain.
One hopr o
half a dvz
this invaluable preparation has no rival.
SALE OF LAND! Saved Her Life !
washed out to; the depth of about 14 j
On Monday the 6th dav of July, 1833, 1
will sell to the highest bidder, at theCourt
House door in the town of Salisbury, at the
hour of 12 o'clock, a tract of land, known
as the Polly Hartman Land, it being the
same devised by the said Polly Hartman to
Solomon Ketchey and others, containing
us is a valuable tract of land well
and within a few miles of Salis-
Aftor pi'itni u I'm "Iniit hv' is Him nrnnpr
the leaf. Mr. J. D. GaskiU is the largest, . . , ono of the Piacea gtood a time to build vour 'pond, (aud be sure you
- , r. a j i . - . . i .... . ' '
aud is liaudiiog aDous ' iour- uuuureu i gom-ood stump (green) at least Jo lucli- build it right). Tlieu, no matter from
thousand pounds ot; leal in nis lactory, es in diameter, a ceuar oi consiueraoie wneie you propose to procure your 1511 acres more or less, lying and situated
ner annum. Mr. Xneene Johnston is size, ana otner Bapuiig " 01 wmcu, 10- siock nsn, oruer at once, vctoie me sup- in tne township of Litaker
Ir I a t. aailt aavIk ilnorti o feral iai I ail w I a avUh ia a t Itaa i1 :1 1 tl trnn Kl 1 d I 1 i mi 1 . 1 l 1 a.
next, handling between two hundred and vere gwept by a solid current of ind has been to get them at all, owing to ,ocfed a
mty anu tnree nunureu tuousauu pouuuo, water dowu to tue branch, some lorty leet their scarcity and the great demand for 1 uarv
while Messrs. Robertson & Miller, new below. This water most Uave fallen upou them. And having put in your orders, TERMS of sale One-half cash, the oth-
comers4-liandle nearly two hundred it from the clouds, and tuns tore out tne aud got the promisej of tnein wait pa- er wjthin six month from date of sale. The
, ..- ' . learth. becanse justi at the edge of the tiently for them until Aoyember or De- I .ufprrp.i mvmpnt to h senmred bv bond
tnousani pounus, aunuaiiy. . f,e8h made cavity, we flod leaves, sticks, cember, wheu the weather aud water is and ood security. By order of the Supe-
This is a good showing, for our local d w &c., tindiSturbetl. Many vui- cold, as they will uot beat transportation rior Court of Rowan county.
' A A. ' - A. m ? A. I . r . . . 1 '. . - .
manutacturers, anu tney too muse nos tors nave gone to ee 11 auu an agree, 1 until men, lours iruijkj
be forgotten as builders np of trade for that it must oe seen ,m 00 iunj appranar
.. . l ted. Had it occurred in daylight,it surely
me town. . - . - ; would have been wonderful to behold. eir d;.06erur. Tlie ; necessity for a
Tliere is loik 01 opening more lactones - the crops. . diversification of pursuits in a conntry
berej- Ur. R. J. Holmes, it is said, will Th wheat crou is uearly all harvested, which is chilly agricultural as is North
build I factory, and a geuUeroan, Mr. and is good in the grain, oats is very Carolina was 'poitedljr enforeetl by Capt.
r i " o . i.iaat t?ood, aud if not destroyed by storm there R. B. Tillman, of Edgefield, S. C, in the
Moore, from Au2u8ta.ua.. was Jiere last ":.. ... r. i .is. - ' i.i
t ... "V f -
W. R. Fralet.
KERR CRAIGE, Com'r.
May 12, 1885. 30:tds
n.;ii lw n vprnTft cron mode in this innntAnf nn address? delivered recent I v
week trvini? to cet a house" for the par-1 ff.l
pose of iuanufacturing. Propositions bave j i0w lauds are Imdly. damaged by water, j Tillman showed tliat edgefield is practfcKlnlf a
. 1 . - - :.. . T. l- r I - I . 1 .lf.. H .1 I I f ml
51' uw ft
Ridge, McIntosh Co.,Ga.
Dr. J. Brapfiild Dear Sir: I have tak
en several bold es tf yjur Female Regulator
for fallinsof the womb and other dneuaea com
bined, of atxteen veara standing, and I really
believe I am cured euireiy, lor wnico piafe j
accept my heartfelt thanks and most profound
eralitude. I know yonr medicine saved my
. a a a e
life, ao you see 1 cannot speaR too nigniy in
its favor. I have reoommended it to several
of(my friend who are aafferin? as I was.
tiours verv rearciiuiiv,
M RS. W. E. STEBBINS.
OurTreatisa on the "Health and Ilappi
ness" mailed free.
Braeield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A CHANGEABLE COMPLEXION in
dicates the existence ef worms. A few
doses of Shrincr's Indian Virmifuge will
destroy them and make yot r complexion
bright and healthy.
over brain work. A'
tae Imposition ci pr
bsear a& aemer i
A Radical OWE fOHSuoae.UAolaentt ?
TtsrED rot ove8ot
Years bv use in many
One Jionth. - A3 O0
t.tM ni our i rt4
CireolaraadTrwl f '- - ;
e.aaA learn bnp' f
nmt titwhtrt. .1
not taterfrfe iUi u
inn to baMatw, of".'
r war- reut. J
to the aaatefdoM-
.ithout dUy. 17
I ..1 fimtnmuf '
!Tbe aotintie !
n- been mlde to buy tlie Boyden "Honse and All tho bridges on Irisli BptTalo have cally barren .of 1 iuandfactores and that, 1.
, ropvrrt it into a factory, and a uch asUnen wtishtd nwajj r ; ; :Y. A. 1 excepting railroad, employees, everybody J
E Shan keep on hand. Summer and Winter I 1 realise "
tuu soppiyot Kennebec Ice. and wiu be 'mailed free.
Blood an I Skin Diseases
R U Pm SMir
-RED C. OJL, Cheap"
leased, to supply orders at one CENT per l jrhm Rwitt Soecific Coropanv. Drawer 3.
urgent orantn nan nntiMf k( niTh i , - i
. COUQacsuuii at auAYEiZ 'Atlanta, Q ft.
Go to ENNISS snd buy Kerosece 4
. '- 1 ml r 'v