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IYE AND PERMANENT CURE
Dys??pua and Indigestion-
iWaiia mv Dtt. W. vV. liKEGOUY.
;ii;irl.itte... N. C
CHAiaoTTtr, N. p., Nov. 29. 1884.
Dr. ?. VVjSiejjory : 1 liereUy certify
'ir I hive rc-iitlv used vonr Dyspeptic
ututv witluvrv nn-at beiit-rit to tnvself
wl coril id h reeoiitmeiMl ii toothers.
R. Pi Wauixg,
Meiuber ?4. C. (legislafare.
Charlotte, N. C.
i ' '; V. 'r o. v : I in k area! ileanure
Hluii m n mv Lie ahf l vour
j-?: t H- :c.lv. I U iveimtl it whli crral
fl!'i, hii 1 .- i ifd lv r ' uiKiiif mi it H any one
'''' I'lVfii lHiiMMi. iu.tiihtMin dud a
fPW vi'i;i n ot'Iivo p.ikI Ikrwet.
I) v. Ji.NKINS,
N. (J Slte Treasurer.
f4lN J If Mc nud T C Smith A
an ! T. F. Klott A CV,
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fiupEfiVKEU and TBNNESSEB
"OLCaSus, WATfclKTOWN LlXCI.NNATI
ies & Spring Wagons.
Bickfoud a Huffman
Grain and Guano Drills.
"hemas HA Y RAKES.
Avery's Hi.iing and Walking
U Avery nd Dixie PLOWS,
Xter Corn Shollcrs,
ffing;ines anfi Boilers.
p WW AND GRIST MILLS,
t,&,?,n"ine nd Boiler Fittings Gobb,
? w ,bltells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
EES Shot' DXaniit Fuse and Pri
Sir,i Axe9' s,ovels and Spades, Building
yKB' Pnts. OUs and Varnishes,
MW-RAISED CLOVER SEED.
wally kapt la First Class
iZt JPlemt:nt Stores. I have on hand
n-MhiSlSn aTe eTW
4 oct S3 8MITHDEAL.
-wrp money thrmAtantj,-i hrnirtM
BHi mSk W Hi
Wilmin ton Star.
In the Charleston News and Cou-
giving a further account of the mur- j
der that was nerneti-ated in Mnnr
i-f l iiu i r in i ri ii iimi i i .1 i i urn
county in 1869. A nrrn L-ilUI
land it was charged that the awful
2 : KuKlax had done the devilish deed.
One Radical magistrate, named 8pi-
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ciations of the bloodv KuKlux. The
yey, was conspicuous in ins rienun- :
disiiatcli savs of the new develon-
meuts: tl .
"The other day this man Spi vey
gnat relied with his two ass ... a es, 1
MeDonalds and McDuffie, also wh ie
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wru, .iini uriKiiuura. lie iwiiiicti
that they killed the negro The case
uas heard before a niagi-tnite, who
feleased the men, McDonald and
McDuffie, on bail. The) at once laid
iuforiuat ion against Spivey,audcharg-
In ni with the crime, lhe same
tnaijist rate sent Spivey to jail. The
latter auolied for a writ of habeas -
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ei.rims. On a hearing the olh two
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the Jude sent all to iail Thev tell
the most horrible stories of the crimes
they have committed, each man de
claring his own innocence, but impli
cating his comrades. They tell of
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murder, arson and various outrages.
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e da) sot
AH the men have been ultra
tiiuria mid tlift.it rl u I a in tii
iocu i loco .1 i..:j
inuo Hiiti xoua, 1 1 1 niiiti, t'ic iuiu
at the door of the KuKlux."
J North Carolinians will not soon
forget the dark days of 1869 and
1870, when 11 olden put some of the
foremost gentlemen and best citizens
of the State in jail, declared martial
law, set aside law and justice, and
sent out the cut-throat Kirk and his
lambs to terrorize it over the good
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iieople or t lie State, dudy-e iverr
ts.Z T.:..i. t .L. T.. .1.1-
men appeared against Strive, but " . . ,u "",e,s otr- x "e uniy. tfiat are making the new South, it is
their hopes of having him jailed and . wmrahMiewanhscribeaa a rule for ! strange that nobody has thought to
t lnMiif.pl vca esnsiiiiiiir w.rn fir a Part w the capital stock. To take bring out the history of the 'poor buck-
Dr. Roan, the venerable Mr. Howe, 1 . Bef,re the lMpwa f?"
v i. vi:!.... .1 i burg the county appropriated SI iQ a
i a ik ww i nvv mnw Mini iiLiir iie:ii'i-"
able, law abiding citizens were drag-
ged from their homes and pu in
prison under guard and without any
offence on their part. - '
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will not be forgotten that in
1875 Guy. Holden made a voluntary,
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free and frank confession to Dr. Bail-
ev and two other Baptist ministers of
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own iviivi cat peopic imu uiiiiiicivu
Stevens in the Yancey vi lie court
I ... -w t ili.il e Ii a sm t u tvau nlo iir
cd aeaiost the Democrat for politi-
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JSow here at this late day ten
years alter, in 100O comes anouier
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con ession ol hellish crimes perpetra-
led by Radicals and charged upon the
unoffending white Democrats. .Not
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only this, but it is probable that oth-
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cr crimes 01 a mosi niauuuvui boh
ueroet rated bv Radical villians
till Ill I 11 (ttJll LO OOI L
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the house of an aged negro, tAi 15Uie
ml 6 .1 u
in iMoore countv was entered, tie
was shot and his wife and two cbil
dren were murdered. His wounds
were not fatal. With one daughter
he escaped. The neighbors caiae and
found that the inutlerers had fired
the houe. But the fire had not
horned the bones or the hearts of the
viv tims, which were found. 1 he
very loan Spiveyiheu a magistrate,
was loud iu his assertions that the
KuKlux hal done I be idoody Work;
A trial of one or twosospected parties
was hid. J he Kepublicans were loud
in their outcry that the KuKUix did
ft. They evu got out a campaign
document based upon the facts sta
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ted, which they used t re-ly, it
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may oe imu i hsm, ... ... j- -
HmiI ot this crime, vvuicii one
f tiiom. it uiitHira. win su Uunl iu
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emire hTatter txciten cwiripitlcrmltle rn
teres'. These confWimis are not only
enniijfli to tlaiiMi tiie'guilty ones, lut
it ought to make every Hefutiliean in
the State wjio makes any jirenteu-
tions to decency to be forever ashani- dvrer on the highway, lie had paus
ed of his black and tan tirty. The .1 at the gate of a haughty, purse
Charleston Ato and Courier says edi- proud aristiicrat, iu the hope of get
torially: - ting a morsel of fom tu help him on
" After all thec years we are just his journey.
beginningt0 find out the truth about j You're too late," said the aristocrat
these in fanious KuKlux storic and ; our dinner was over an ho ir ago."
the truth, as ever jus-tities the Smith. X am very hungry, sir," said the
The crimes which tese Kepuuncaus
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the basis ot
ontetts were maue
Republan campaign documents, and
doubtless figure in the pages of "A
T?...da Krnnid ." tlte scene of which
romance was laid in iNortii v,aromi.
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Mr.Theo. W. Poole, the Senator
from the 2d distr ct, has been appoint
ed au Inspector of Public Land.
Tiv vears neo Judge Hoadlyde-
j feated ..-Mr. Foraker quite easily m
Ohio. Then ne a ia not canvass. .
think he will do better this time.
Sixteen nnnecesssary employers
i; j..ni frnm the Baltimore
i were uiov. B -
How Mc A1 ami zed Roads arc Made
Mr. J. McGill, a former resident
w oayraiown, maryiana, but ivmr
now in Pu,ask county, in this State,
"a?8 10 letter to the Pulaski FnnU:
Many of - our citizens that sur ive.1
,ate war ai,1 were wit Q --''
g h.is Maryland campaig re
mf mber "ie fille roa l,,e neat r
With tiflnrlftnmn tin ! I.I, ..s
Tal1 t,,e. reft,,,t of ood roads- A" 1
7 "7 " , ,","KB ,,,r,,,
the people that have the materia thai
we "ave to ni.ike such roads an I do
lmt avt,il t,iemHel ves of it have no .me
10 thcmsel ves."
. Mr MtG,,, then gives the All ow
in? extracts frnm :i letter writte i I v
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irM i ptniiii ri'tm i-i ji i-o i i .a .1..
scriptive of the system of rkd mk-
inffin voueru that loealitv . S,
the wrltpr. i
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by "corporations." Our County Conrt
Jg "ve a rtght and the power to '
'"" 'r""" wiw poio.ro, mi uniKe
uwi,.! - ,,,,!.., K...K . Ki' I.
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' "1 ' rgaize inaniilactiiring b .-;
r average " our macadamized
i"'i'i- iimi vimu - 1 lie nagersiOWIl
and Sharpsburg pike cost $23,000.
The county subscribed for $4,500 of
the stiwk; individuals subscribed for
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the balance. This road is thirteen
miles in length and has three toll-
ga'be charges for toll are; Horse
horse buggy or wagon, fi-e cents;
two horse bu
gw, cunage oi wagon,
uf ,,,,,se wagon broad
ten wots; fimr
lire, mat is nve to , six inch tire,
twelve cents; narrow tread, four horse
twenty cents. I After paying gate-
keeper, buying stone for repairs, the
breaking and using these stone in re-
pairs, the coin pa ny has been able for
a number of years to pay a dividend
of 6 per cent, to the stockholders.
J c" iintv rL ivel a diih h f
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zu, a . ci t
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r i i r i m
1 l l i I i i i i I of Sv ft I I H.JJI1 iwi- ...... w
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in ten years tne countv saves aim re
x,,.,V, : ;n , J . T, B"V , j
!akeu M Jr.M,w a
"eautiiui piue which passes tnrougu
a very liandsmne and
Last fall this
county botiifht tdree
ioo ni'inhnioa in i u1m i'.i ontn.kt
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eo 111 ieceiuuer, xooo. 1 lie roao is
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II IIIlOllHII fill P i I 1 (J I UU1U ' 1 lit I I n
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ot the road and so riyred up that the
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ico 01 imiiC (Kit .in'P.i .a Hm :
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the con ti
wnicu aiso conveys me water ironi
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aiMHIS neifIS IO me UOUOIII
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e slope. here the water cross-
es ine roaci in low situations tnev lt 1
inaplank trunk of two inch oak plank
toeonvevthe water across the road,
A he trunk is covered with earth one
r two feet deep. 14ie machine is
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drawn. by four horses ami will move
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more dirt tnau t nrtv men can move
with shoves. The roads are nicely
graded and wonderfully improved.
The cost of repairs is twenty live dol
lars for the wide roads per mile ami
twelve dollars for the narrow r ails.
R ' nis thus repaired will require but
li'tle repa rs in the future.
To this Mr. M.-G.II adds;
W m v a - 1 1
In v'itM the comities maue the
pikes ami Weep them in. rejiatr and
charge 00 toll. They say t liar the
interots ot .'the county require th.it
one ciiizeu siiomn not, pay a , nnuer
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t.r the 11-e of the pub ic highway.
"The roads i ought to be kept as free
as air," ami to ue Kept in me oesi
comji(ioil fir tJl se of the public
without charge to individuals who
u.e iliein for business. Thirteen turn
jiikes ruti iut- Troy, Onio, alt of
which are kept iu repair by the
A Bitter insult. "Please, sir, can
ynu give uiej something; to at?"
It wasl the voice of an ey wan-
Can't help it," said the aristocrat:
'yet stay. G next door; it is just
their dinner lime."
The ittneraut drew himself up
"What, there? Neverl"
"I wis once insulted therel"
' by, you see, they gtive me a
very fair srt of dinner of
five cotirces; but they had the impu
dence to serve me my after dinner
coffee id a large cup, and with milk
in it." Fuck.
The President expects to attend the
Fair at Richmond, October 21st.
The "Poor Buekra."
Did you ever hear the term Door
buckra?' " asked an old resident of me
"Yes, I replied, "I
ember to have '
heard it when I was a boy."
"But youdo not hear it now." said
the old resident. "The word 'buckra.
originated among the aegroes. I
not know what it means, unless
means 'white The term 'poor buckra' .
used to be applied by the negroes toj
the poor white people. If you will re
member, before and daring the war,
there was a class in Be South whose
members were very pojr, very ignorant,
and seemingly devoid of all ambition
to elevate themselves. That class could
not have ixLsted if slavery had not ex-
Its members were despised by
the negroe , and they, in turn, despis-
the hywhites.v With the dis-
appearance of slavery they disappeared.
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vvnaxn.is oecome oimem."
nil . l l . r x
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placesin the cemeteries, and the voumrer i
ones, as a rule, aave taken positions
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among the thriftiest of the workers
ra. JN o other clas3 of people ever pre-
9u;u a liijnu auu vjuiaipictc: icyu-
lotion. There are plenty of poor peo-
Plei hut there are no 'poor buckra.1 The
abolition of slavery and the establish-
QAnrAn o n n Li a wnmJ ,.v.H nAmtlnn .nn n
neiz rre.e scnoots equanzea classes
in the South and gave the 'poor buck-
ra. opportumties which they quickly
seized. Yes. sir, the lpoor buckra are
unknown quantities in the South."
The emancipation of the "poor buckra,"
for it was an emancipation, ma v justly
be regarded one of the good efEects
of the war. T have on mv list of ac-
quaintances some of the descendants of
the "poor buckra," and without excep-
tion they aremen of influence in the
communities in which they live. I
know one descendant of the "poor
buckra" whose course deserves imita
tion. His father was a blacksmith.
He himself worked in his father's shop
during the day, and at nightThe gather-
ea to?etner nis dooks ana sneni manv
hou in hard Accumulating a
small sum of money as the result "of
his labors during the day, he went to
school. Acquiring a fair education,
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he returned to the blacksmith shop, and
at night he engaged in the study of
medicine. To-day he is one of the
most promising young physicians in
his State. Atlanta Constitution.
Strong Drink Hakes Weak.
Strong drink is, in a sense, the weak
est of all drinks in its fruits, and the
most prodigal. also of that which is not
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only the strength but the glory ot
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man. It enfeebles his body and hurls
the mind fr0m the loftiest and most
im iniiiui ciiiiocucc, ami mva in uiua-
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ninhm It snnnndprs fhp
money, and leaves families in squalor
111 m f v. no- 1 u tt-'iii. . v '-'M
nnH Hiscomtort, who wood otherwise
be well clothed and hanpy. The land-
lords pleasant greeting is hollowness
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itself, rendered even more hollow still
bv the mercenary inspiration which
prompts it. We do not light fires for
the herring's comfort, but to roast him.
uBut, doctor, I must have some kind
of a stimulant," cried the invalid, earn
estly. ''I am weak, and it strength
ens me. I am cold, and it warms me1
"Precisely," came the old doctors
truthful answer. "See here ; this stick
is cold," taking up a stick of wood from
the bed beside the hearth and tossing
it into the fire now it is warm. But
is the stick benefited?"
rpfte sjcl. man watched the wood first
send out little puffs of smoke and then
; burst into name, and replied:
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"ur course nor : 11 is Durniuif itscii.
'And so are you when you warm
yourself with alcohol. You are liter-
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any uuram- uu tnc uciicuur .ui
i your stomach and brain.
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,uui BW uaVi rtu uioiix. L
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you are taKing it to give you strengin,
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you are becoming weak. And the
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stronger ine injuui us, iuc ncaaw
make3 the drinker.
Put This in Your Pipe. An
E igiish workinguiau, just past the
middle age, found that his pipe, which
for many years h"d been a great com
fort to him, was begiuing to seriously
effect his nerves. B -fore giving it up,
however, he ilet'Tiuiued to hod out it
there was no way by which he might
continue tu smoke without feeling its
effects to an injurious extent. Heac
cordingly wrote to a med'cal journal
and was recoui mended to fill th bowl
of the pipe one-third full of table salt,
and press the tobacco hard down up
on it, as in ordinary smoking. The
result was very satisfactory. During
the process of smoking thej'alt solidi
fies, while remain nig porous, and
when the hardened lump is removed,
at the end of the day's smoking, it is
found to have absorbed so much of
the oil of tobacco as to b deeply col
ored. The salt should be renewed
C. B. Taylor and J. H. Lewis, of
North Carolina, are with Capl. J. B.
I m bod en 's party of miners, engineers,
oic, who are now in jwew urieans on
their way to Honduras, Central
America, to engage in mining, etc.
A young man beg-an visiting a
young laoy. and was wo n eased with I
I I o QKan ! ,i I ft .- ' A I'm t
.when he called, and the young lady
,v"iu6 w ijuue taie
inquired where he had been.
"1 had to work to-night " he said.
. 'What, do you have to work fur a
living?' she inquired in astonish-
'Certainly, replied the young man,
'I am a mechanic.
ul dislike the word, 'mechanic!'"
and she turned up her nose.;
That was the last time the young
man visited the young lady. He is
now a wealth v man. and has the nia.
est little wife in the city. The ladv
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msriKen a niecnanic is now the
miserable fool a rer,,Iar
iimfer UmJ-Jl i
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"a wimiccti IU lilIC II YillllIltr ill Kllll.
port herself and children.
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Beware, young ladies, how you
freat 'oung me who work for a liv
ing, you may be a menial torone of.
them yourself. Far better discard the
wen itu pauper, wiiii an nis jewelry,
brazenness, and take your affections
to the callous-handed, industrious me
chanic. Thousands have bitterly re
pented their folly who have turned
their backs on honesty. A few years;
have taught them a severe lesson.
Labor is honorable iu all whether
rich or poor.
A curious tale of femenine creduli
ty is told by a battered stone imnitige
which stands in the rear of a tu nble
down old church on the water front
of Vera Cruz. From time immemo
rial it has been believed that if a mar-
nageaoie woman shall
hit this image!
squarely iu the face with a stone, she
will immediately obtain a husband
and an advantageous settlement for
life. Evidently the founder of the
the tradition was acquainted with the
fact that women are not expert stone
throwers. If it were not for this la
mentable disability imposed by na
ture the poor image would have been
demolished louir asro. As it is. the
batter fa-c, which has lost all sem
blance of "feature-," and the heaps of
small stones Iving all about, attest
the industry of the weaker sex, as
well as their good sense in desiring
10 be married. Vera Cruz Letter to
the Sacramento Union.
Your correspondent has had a con
versation with the lady at whose
house Geo. Latham, the editor of the
Statesvillp American, committed sui
cide. She is to fi lent he killed him
self from remorse. He was interest
ing and entertaining in the family
circle, ami not a Republican at heart.
Often when starting to his office he
would remark that he "must go now
and manufacture another lot of Iladi
cal lies." He tjften declared himself
ashamed of; the company he was. keep
ing iu politics, ami that be would
never vote for Blaine. Hlis hostess
has read a copy of his letter of accep
tence writen to Dr. Molt. Hal. Reg
They tell at Newport of a girl who,
bv ail verse circa instances, was kept in
town uiifasliionably late. She had
no notion of letting her acquaintances
know. She would tell them that she
had been several weeks in the Cat
skills. Ah I but her white face would
betray her. She meditated. If a
parlor complexion could be (minted
on, why, couldn't the rudy brown of j
out-door exposure be counlerreited I
She went to a store where cosmetics
for theatrical use are sold, and bought
the material lor the desired tan. When
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exhihiratintr t,i to the mountains
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her ace bore tlie requisite sunburn,
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hiding the b us h ot the liar. Aeto
Subscribe to the Siiotwell monu
ment. There has been no rain in Arizona
since last December.
Sam Junes, the revivalist, i to
! preach at Durham, in an immense
Wilmington has received a bale of
new cotton, grown iu Richmond coun
ty, this Slate.
The charter of the First National
Bank of Charlotte has been extended
The Greensboro North State, a Re
publican paper, will he revived this
fall, with Messrs. T. B. Keogh and
Jas. E. Boyd as managers.
The President's proclamations have
routed the Okalahoma boomers and
the cattle men. He shows that the
Indians are not to be molested.
Mr. John McPuffie's 60 mile fence
m . . as
around Itichnaoml county is going
ahead, 15 miles lieim;
fence is ff plank ami wil
lone. 1 he
nlauk and will surround
w wlole countv.
The sixteenth annual fair of
Society will be held at it grounds
near Weldon, on the 9th, 10th, 11th,
and 12th of November.
flnttMlln. 1 liaa ..ns..x..'....l
magistrates in about forty counties,
-... www no 4-aMMHrw
perhaps on an average of ten to each
county, r f ur hundred in alt. Ma
ny m re aie yet to be appointed.
The cholera statistics of Spain show
more than 70,000 deaths. In 1852,
120,000 people )enhel in Franc
alone. The next year 1 1 4, 000 died.
But Enghnd lout but 16,000.
There are only four townl in North
Carol in:! that will be emit led to the
T, Vn , V 7 vr-, g
into eneet Octolcr 1st. viz. i Miiior-
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The Mr tcat IM a cAcaiiiigiw
be paid fees instead of salaries
eight cents for each letter delivered.
A teacher of the Gil's High School
having exerted in vain every effort to
induce her class to read Shakespeare,
at last asked all who had done so to
raise their hand. Only one respond
ed, and that one said: T have read; all
of Shakespeare's works but que (nam
ing a,H' that papa won't allow me
to read, as it isn't proper.' Before a
week was over, not a niemlier of her
school but what was familiar with at
least one of Shakespeare's plays.
Another Bad Man Loose. The
negro Alex Black, who was convict
ed of murdering the wife of Mark
McClees, at the Fall term of Jones
Superior Coart, and whose sentence
to be hanged was changed to the pen
itentiary for life, arid then declared a
lunatic and confined iu the colored
insane asylum at Goldshorn, has ef
tected an escape and a reward for his
arrest has been offered by the Gov
ernor. Fayettville Oba.
The girls in the Philadelphia mint
made a favorite of a sporrow that was
permitted to pick up their lunch
crumbs. A little boy stole its nest
the other day, and upon drawing his
hand from the box it was found full
of shining particles. An examination
of the box showed it to be flecked not
only with gold dust, but that it was
careted with spark Pug soft yellow
gold. The sparrow had been regu
larly carrying away gold dmt in its
feathers, which it shook out when
making its toilet.
A Western paper tells about a girl
who was obliged to wear low-neck
dress to a party, but was so ashamed
because her neck was not exposed to
view that she kept her shawl wrapped
about her all the evening. It would
be better .to wear shawls with low
neck dresses. IIardford( Con.) Times.
All persons indebted to the estate of
William Townsly. decM, are hereby notified
to make immediate payment, and all those
havin; claims against said estate are noti
fied to present them to me on or before the
6th day of August, 1886, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery.
This the 6th dav of August, 1885.;
D. R. JULIAN, AUm'r.
OXEiBt p. ho well & Cos Ncwspnpef
Bureau (10 Spruce St.). wjwre advrttslD2
ay ba made for it IN NEW VOUh.
mar bo fonnd on fll t Geo.
Davenport College, LcnojrN.c.
A High Grade Home School
Best Climate, Surroundings, and Advan
tages in the South. Delightful Jlome.
Hi-her English, Music, Art, and Elocution
Specialties. Two Teachers from thcKoyal
Leipzig Conservatory. Complete nek out
fit tor physical training. Send for circulars.
WILL IL SANBORN, Pres.
Aug. 12, 1885. 6t
FOR RENT ! j
I WlH rent mv House and Lands, situated
in the Northern auhurb of the "town Of Sal
isbury. There are 35 aeres of good tillable
land spledid for cotton, tobacco, pr for
truck farming. All necessary outbuildings
in good repair. A well, a spring and a
branch furnish an abundance of goqd wa
ter. The dwelling has six rooms, anjd is in
ot J nidi 1 I t li'lir Uidu'i'fii r.OO and 700 fruit
ItrpPA nm on the nlacc iust tvu inning to
bear. For terms and particulars atiuress,
i i I m. ill i I
Salisbury, . C.
for tforktng people . Send 1 0 cets post
t ige. and we vlU malt you v.,la royal,
valu-vble sample box of goods tiat will
nm vmi in the wavof maklntr mdre mon-
ev lo afew days ta in you ever tuouui
any business. C ipltal not require. You c iH live at
bome and work In spare time only, or all the Qiao. All
of boUi 39?. of all aes, granlly successful,. cts.
tovisUy eirnel every evening. That all who
want work ra ly test the business, we makefthlsun
DarilteledoTer: I'o all who are not well Satisfied
we will send i to oay tor the trouble of writing hs.
Fu l o irtl- uUrs, llrelons. etc.. sent free. Ijnmense
DW absolutely sure for all who start at once, ixrat
deny. Ad1ressSTisos Co., Portland, Milne.
Nov r.-Si.-iy- 1
, v j -
A Bao Complexion is freqnentlyscnused
bv worms. ShrineiV Indian Vaiinifmze
the! will remedy the whole trouble, fry it.
i jnlv do cente a Uottls, . P
flAnU W Ant
I WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Uall on the undersigned at NO 2. Grtiaif
Row. D. A. ATWELL.
A ?-nt far the -CardwellThresher."
Salisbury. N. C, June 8th tf.
'AVING bought out the Grocery De
partment ot J. u. .McNeHy. I niter.u
conducting a First Class
Mvs.tock will ronsi&t of SUGAR, COFFEE.
BACON, LARD, FISH, Molasses, FJifUk.
Butter, Chickens, Eggs, Arc- Also, Candles.
Fruits, Nuta, Crackers, Ac. in tact, in
tend keeping every thing usually kept it.
the Grocery and Provision line; and Lv
close atteiition to business and selling Ur.
foe-cash, I hope to merit at least a portici."
of the trade. Coineand see me at J.D.Mc
Neely's Store. J. M. HADEN.
June 4, 1885. 2ms.
Will continue the business at the Old
Stand, having closed out nil the old stock.
His present stock is Entirely New, and vi.;
be offered on reasonable terms for C'asl.,
Barter, or first-class Mortgages.
Those who could not pay all their mort
gages last year may renew, if papers are
satisfactory and appliance is made at Once.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing:, Con-
fectioneris, Croekery Drills, Bacon, Lard
Corn, Flour. Feed and Provisions of alt
kinds, with a full line of
m ' " . m mmm -.mmmj
Npw Rr Frwh f
iigii u-raas i-'ertuizera, - J.
. - "li
as cheap as the cheapest. You wil d
well to see him before nurclusin klsu. L
Salisbury, April 1st, 18S5.25:tf I
lattio Mineral Spriop Acaflfay, ;
PAUfVIRSVILLEst:iu!y Co.) N.Ci
C. 11. MAK1I.1,' l'KINCIPAL,
tae University of Virginia. jj
W inmos, I i to $;5 per session or 5 month. ;
The onlr so hoot In this bf-ctlo-n that teacBes't
4.he I'uiveriilty ot Va. methods. visrc rousex- i
tensive, thorough Tl:e cheapest scho 1 In the
UL S. waere tiese world-rnow".! metliods are
tauciu . -a'ood iioaitl only $6 per month.
lyi AJ;lres3. i: H.Ma ktin. Prtn. ' I
CAPITAL & ASSE
J. RnODtS BROWNE. I (WU. c. coap,'
Prest, f SecreUzT
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement.
JAM7ART 1, 1S8S.
Cash capital $3fl0,ooo
Unadjusted Losses 24,000 t
Keserve for ite-losurance and all other I ... j.
liabilities, f 1W1T w
Net Surplus, Ki,tCZ ;
SCHEDULE OP ASSETS:
Casb la National Bank $ 7.904 00
Cash in hands of Agents 11,908 89
United States Registered Bonds......... JTtJOS
State and Munlcl pal Bonds E1.Q97 m
National Bank Stocks .... lMQO t
Cotton Manufacturing stocks 114.135 -
Ot-her Local Stocks w ..... .. 39.5T0 v-v
Real Estate (unincumbered city property) 97J9T ':
Loans, secured by first mortgages.. &M12
t, ALLEN BROWN, Agi.
Salisbury, . c, Karen 28, iss5.
LAMP CHIMNEYS 3
that will not break by heat, tor sale at
DIAMOND DYES All colors tefirf
wish at ElfNIS
DON'T FORGET to call for Seed 4
all kinds at ENNI88.
TO THE LADIES:
Call and see the Flower Pots at
NOT STRANGE BUT TrtUE. Wo
do exist in the buma n body sad sre,. o
the cause of disease and death. 8hr?' rN
Iodian Vermifuge U destroy and xxji
them from the Jttem.
ftoiico... Poftiaart, Male $17,0OU