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3 Qjnatham Jtcnt
THURSDAY, JUNK 2(i, 181.
8W Hurrah for tho nominees!
far Already the (Irvh begin
uiington, IkVeigh, Fiiyotteville, Win- f.isliionaMo to say ho, consetpicntly I Greeimboro Patriot: Mr. H. F. W. H. Wakefield A Co., of (Ircens-
aud other towns to roioice with w" swaUow two glasses with 11 very i Stewart, who Home mouths ago telt Imii-o. . (.;.. dealers in Hardware and
good people of Greensboro' upon good grace finl niniirk our lipa. The IN. C for Texas, has returned, anil Maeniuery. invite tlx' til izi-ns of
tie construct ion of no important a grounds n-e beautiful and a'l the thinks there ia no plum t hut cmjiiiiIh Chatham to examine their large and
work of internal imni-nvemcnt. fashionable iramcs are free. We en- the good old North State. Tiles- coinitlcte stock, which will be wold
Amoi g the visitora were our highest joy ten pins and lawn tennis ever so 1 day evening of lust week a little ten astonishingly low. Their Wakefield
State oltieials and numberless aspi- much. Wo 1 a e Mike Sid r'o's baud year old daughter of Henry Hot brock, . (look Stove is the nicest and ipiick
i ants for offices. A brass band from to eat and dance by. The spacious who lives two miles from Thomasville, est baker on the market. Agents for
asmiiigton citVi together with ti e dining i an is ciearea ra.cn nigni ior iuk uit mu miu was vt ausworih, .tiariiuc. ,v jjangiiiau s
Greensboro' bund, enlivened the oc- tl ose who trip the light fan "a tic !u 1 nursing to u m-liool house ne ar by, and Pure Prepared Faints, every gallon DIht to ibe public one of the best sel
NEW STORK! MW GOODS!
K, It. McLFAN & oa,
SILF.U STATION, C. F. & Y. V. If. 11,
i-tcd stocks of GF.NFUAL MER -
ciiaion with houI stilling music. At line of the wee small hours are ! attempted to crawl in ut the window
! mid-day the crowd (estimated at five allowed as Mike is lather sleepy The sash eamo down upon her neck.
thousand (assembled in u shad v prove hcad-d. !"'d she was found some time iu the
and speeches were made bv Judge The North Carolina Teachers' i evening hanging dead
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..... , , I UIIJIITI. .I'tlllS. I IHIitlt HI 1 llllll.', ' iilWllHKI I I IH!' ln'!H "
that beat any that we l.av-3 seen this Co .. Tr,.llsl1.(!1'. C(llI itull,ler the able mam.gen.ent
yeM- i Worth and others. AUof thesiiceeh- of (.'apt. J. J. Fray and the courteous
8ar Mr. W. F. Womble has left at
thellKcoiil) oflicea few heads of wheat
: ii.VMJJM'. ever
I lowest prices.
brought to this section, and arc now selling at tho very
Newton Fhterpi isc : Tuesday after- J
noon we rode with Mr. Cine. A. Warlick
out to Mr. Keer Wilson's farm to
reaper and binder ut I
mind Air. Wil-on in a
1 :.. i
I 1 Ml' l . , , II 1 .1 . it .. Hill 1.1 IU 11C1H, BllUliy III III!' Ml !
. vr.-m n In- limit iirmln.. nun ,lit..lnxr V i li.-ivl. the cctiircs ill the e rove I " 1 I
... . . ' , i" . , ,, i . i ,r.. it ly.,.,,. i seat ot the harvester, drawn by four
L 11 lib nun llllieil t:ilIMl'(l. IIH1 IIIIUI I" lull7 liu ii.fi, i.
wi" N.MIi i'K 'if ilmtlin hiwI miirrl.tri
Irio. Ohliuurli chHryi'il hivoii cciiin
Br The next session of Pleasant were peculiarly appropriate and Mr. Hurrell is getting on ..uely. 0n)01.,.
Lodge Acude.nv pens on the fith of mv us feel prouder than ever of. J here are :2.i members and of that fe fni
August, instead of tho 8th as hereto-, fe"'l Wata At night there mimber -22. board at the Springs. &M
IIACKM'V- MAM.OIIY. At liiii-liinn
I'll' Jilll llin., Mr. K. C. lUc'liShl In .MlHS I.tNA
Dry tf(ls, Groceries,
3dBO0TS AND SHOES, HATS AMD CAPS, NOTIONS. CLOTHING,
UAUDWAUrc, CItOCKKItY, T1NWA15K, IMMMtS, iVU,
TIX a MAHKSTS
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"" poiaio iiiai....... a ..... v.i.i M.Wfc Kl,c hi ....... ' '.'V""" teen men. The machine does the
Wo have st;i this season Was raised winch were seated more persons than speech on, "How to awaken mtt nest wj tm
by Mi.is Kato Hanks, of this place, ; at any previous bancpu t it had ever in the pupils," yesterday morning, j j" , , i.'VPI... ' ,..11. 1........ ,'.
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U(l niMLTtlCa iiZ UUIICeM. uomi inn inciinuio iu l H'liil. IX 1 Mil K- , n' 11m. i i j ........ ...n .... -v. .. ,
" i 1 ' ti i i . i . i r. .. .1... i...:i.i:.... i s
. . .... pnaio loasia weie given anil respon- xne piaee sctccieu mi i n i.iui..n.y , . . , -
uv r 1 ii... :..i .i:.... i.ii . .1.. . i i i- ,t t i :..i. t.. i...t i ii tl... 1 U1M" IMIig tiowil, is ( ill on
ivuuu hi" niii-ie.fiiii ii'iiri ws muni! iiii'icui u ia jv. .uc- iii i nu n in iiiini in i iiii.i.iiiiy i.t i.ii m thr'-'Uli the machine with the
from one of our village maidens, who lUc and A. II. Van Pokkelin. of New knoll just back of the hotel. I think il(,.uys ulloii' way an l " c imo ont
went last wc. k with the teachers ex- Hanover: W. A Moore, of Smitv : M. ; every one thoroughly appreciate- ! (;f
i-ut sioii ,u inn uioiiuiiiiiis. , ri. ioiiiniis, 01 nainioipil ; N . A. 1 .m. Jiarren s hiuiiueis in yiinuy i' , f ,,,";. r. : Hl, ... ;.. 1 1... whoi
, - - , ; Guthrie, of Cumberland ; H. A. Lon-' such a pleasant excursion for the (i"i(1 B,i i..lsl,., ,..,.,) ......r,,,.. i.. ; M""'-
BMSTMra. Nancy Brown, of Oun, ll()ll of fhatham: J. W. Keid, of teachers' Dr. Harreil enteilained , h '. . . and ha p.moil -ih-, th ; ..;....
njiring, nas pre.-teuie.i ns wnn a rije Hockin'ham : C. IJ. Watson and J. us hist muht bv sniifing his 01 igmai : -' I i;.mni..i iimih,ii:
peacn grown on a iree umi was sei c. Hmton, of Forsyth ; Attorney song and in his worth; I will close, ! Statesville Landmark ! The wheat
out on Uio 1st of last Ainu. lUuiiuvtil Kenan: ami rsenatm Tnul ' "11.. ! f.n-I'm olimv." F. -
iti'linrti'il tr Tat-: liiu -use ir
WATT & T A VLO II,
OliDCKIIS ft filMMISMos III I;- t iTS.
Nn. la S..ICI, ni l.' Miu tl.i St..
I! L,l:liM, N. C .1 II ii. '.'I. IMMt.
of i;vi:ky if.scimption. . .
We have no old s-.tock on hand, h II over tnnn last season : everything 18
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new. e have conic t' stay, mill inteic! m hvu evtryimiig ai. mo iu
iviiitf rates. All kinds of bai ler taken in exchange for goods.
We me hIo agents for the best Fertilizers on the market.
j'Hif Mill. ini. t(.
sirh l liw Mlcl.llni,', - 1
1 inn wlili hii ii.inpl ti-inli'iti y.
Ft. E. SEDBEERY,
Wholesale ac5 Retail MM,
eori5;mi- .V Uo. Itiinliolton. Cli.it
liatti county, N. '.. have for sale Dr.
A. Holton's Ointment. Also, for sa'o
at Chapin's drug store, Piltsboro,
ti? Don't forgcl to go to Jiyuum
and Headeu's and see their beautiful
spring ami summer goods. Their
Ladies Hats arc ipiito pretty : so.d ut
ItWMr. J. L. Kay, of Hickory
Mountain township, has a young
heifer only sixteen mouths old from
which ho recently milked about a
quart of milk.
Sua?" The Sunday school convention
of the Capo Fear circuit, Methodist
Church, will convene at Osgood on
the 4th day of July. Several distin
guished speakers will deliver ad
dresses, ft" The merchants of Chatham are
respectfully invited to cull on J. W.
Scott & Co.. (r.ceiisboro, N. C, for
Dry Goods and Notions. In a sepa
rate department they carry a large
stock of Groceries.
tJT" We lake pleasure in recom
mending to our coiiiityiiien Messis.
K. It. McLean .V Co.. who have the
best store on the C. F. .V Y. V. It. It
between Joneiboro' aiul ' irecusboro".
Give them a call and see for yourself.
SrST Housekeepers will tind at Lon
don's a nice lot of white uii.i colored
Spreads. Table Cloths. Napkins.
Towels, Lace Curtains, Window i
Shade: a spietidid stock of (S.au
ware, ('locki-ry and Tinware ; alio:
which will be solil es i'lii l.ow for the
tST Warren Prior Oil Sou. Fayette-;
ville. line (ioM and Silver Waicl.
J"we'iry a'i. I ste:-'dug Siivi i ware. The
largest line of French and American
Clocks iu the Slate. Wailcit Prior;
V S.:i invite orders for Engagement .
ami Wedding Kings.
(luiic'ial Kenan; ami reuatoi l'oul,
of Martin. A ball was ulso given'
which was much enjoyed by the 1
young folks, and some old ones also. ,
Altogether it was a most enjoyable :
occasion, aiul will long be runiemoer
ll. ! f.n- Cm oliniv."
,f i.:.. l ii.:.. :.... :..
j .1 wi - ... mar,fUii .urn ll nt-l-Ll.lll l
I unprece deuledly large. . hpemuii,
Iredell we are safe in saying t hat one
j third more w heat has been Imrvested
this year than ever before. The qual
ity ot the grain is excellent, but it.
I . i r . I i . - Dial lin in.
r ,u lliu nmitli'i
wlii'fi' 111' 1 ill- a
tVffJ" Miss Jennie Now by, the cele
brated tempt! auce lecturer from
Kansas, will deliver a lecture at Pleas
ant lliil. in Alhiight township, on
the -lili day of July, at which time
nn.l li! I i.ill lie li.il.l the oiiulil
meeting of the Pleasant Hill Tempc- sl:ls"' iUi ucli .x,.iv,
, ..;.,i., mv. how ilehijhtliil .
C&"()ue advantage you have by
going to London's .store is that yon
can always tind what you wish He
never allows his tick to run down.
His store is always full : new goods
nlmost cxei v day ; everything new he
gets as soon as it is nut. Hr has a
small lot of No. I Kiibber Uniting: if
you need any gie him a end.
('urucu Di:ii:cii:i. On last Sun
day the new Baptist church at Walk
ers hill, about five miles north o.'
here, was formally dedicated in the
presence of a vry large congrega
tion. The dedicatory sermon was
p. cached by IJ.-v. M HtMwiu. of this
place, and ull the scrices were of a
very interesting ehurM tcr. j
Tauuant Coc.vrv. Ti.xas,
June 1(, ISS4.
"Sh. Khito;: : After reading your
eii hy all who were so iortuiiate as to W1' '"' "lP piwt weeivs i na-.c . 1()t j,, timt alone t he inci ease consists
conclude.! to write a few linen for T10 ,.,.,..,,,,, ,VllH ,u.Vt.r Jt.lt,ro ,.,. KO
publication, if woi!hy f space. M. .Tl,e best, sign of the ad
I had troni my childhood heard 'f j vuii-ciiiiit of our section of conMiv
the glorious west, but I never dream-!is s(,r.n , the great increase iu the
ed of its magnitude till I came and j ilm,)mit f ngneultiual machinery in
looked in wonder upon its grass-I i ,js j,(l,.p this season Mr.
noi.iiii p.aius. ..iv nisi impicssimis t W. (. Lewis has sold t went v-om
on entering the Slate were good, and McCorniick reapers and three , -ml
they lmve sn grown better as time , bintl.-j-s., all of which have been m-ed
rolls on. linn now truly and pain-1 J,, lm,vestiug the present crops ol
fully surprised that so in.-uiy nuliisi-; wn-at tui.I tuts nn.l nil ..f whi.-h have
itnous ami honest men will throw V(,n the utmost satisfaction
; their lives away toiling lor a mere tu. fanner much in labor am
pittance in the ol.l Rules, ami when : ()(. parties here have also sol.l reap
they go the way of all t he earth they ; t,lH mH wt. not illllW 1(IW )llill!V
leave a family of homeless ehildreu ; liUC been sold in other j.arls of the
to imitate their error. i county. '
The laud here is as good as I ever 1
saw this side of the Atlantic. I have : Lenoir Topic: Last Monday about
I raveile.l in fourteen ditVerent States ,1'- o'clock. Mr. H. It. F.stes. living
and I tin. I Testis to lie the lincsi about a mile and a half ah .ve Moore's
couutiy 1 have yet seen. There is a ' store iu the Globe, was hauling sand
farm in this county owned by Win. I near his house for use in a brickyard.
L. D. Louthiau. He has l.lHlil acres j He was utaiiding by the wagon .shov
in cultivation. I can tell some things 1 eling the sand iu when his two horses t
about this farm that an eastern liar I were struck by lightning and instant
would tremble to hear for fear of dy killed and the boll passed to a small :
losing his reputation. There is a , sycamore under which they were!
Held on this farm where the oats are. standing, then followed a grape vine
trodden down by stock, are still I to the ground, and struck Mr. Mstcs.
from twelve to li't'teen inches deen. haviti'' an abrasion of the skin on his
hut 1 am assured that oats have not
been sown here for two years or
more and that ten t. ne as many
oats come up as are allowed to remain
on the laud. Land on this farm will
produce one and a half bales of cot
ton per acre, a id from thirty to sixty
l corn : cane will produce
rotii ."Oil to H'lO gallons f syrup per
acre. It is s.uil. on the l.ith o!
last month we had the heaviest rain
that ever fell ii. Texas; it washed ' faring very much. His pains are de
Iiish potatoes, fanning tools, calves, scribed as intense, lie It-it a., though
pigs and everything in reach of the '' "i-r on lire and that his arms and
Wilier from this farm two and one- 'n's w,lt' about to burst open. I'l:
htrf miles down H ...ks river. There little boy wasiiiiinpiied. Last Men
was not a railroad bridge left on : day during the prevalence of a storm
Trinity river. u the trams had to " tl;'' "lTor P1, ,,f. Wiil.es
stop tin two weeks or inure from the Stony Fork creek, light:. i;;g slruek the
liist. This is a gn at stock country ! house of Mr. Chiireii. and. running
Ihete is as not, 1. motiev to be iinij.. ! dottii the chimney, kilied a sisi. r t'
on cattle and hogs as any thing yon
can .i til in Texas. They average at
Ft. Worth Si lit leees per day and
more than that of Ii tgs. IJeevus are
now woith from k to o cents per
I'l.iur. n. e. trinntii.-. r. :
s, .i Vml, KV..-.HI i
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WM riMllllMl, II Sunt, 111 .M.ukel S.(ll.ll
I'mnily, to, I' iiB, l avii ". i
M.iIiimwm IHU..I !.. l-!i.l:l V I.' W
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FOR BOYS AND GlRIiS.
C. Ji. DKSSON, Pnixcii'AL.
I'l ik 20tii Sr.ssi
I uml.-r tl '' i.ii
. lav. .Inly lltli.
N ol- TIPS INSTITUTION
lilnii'nl. will til'K'n
The I'liiversity iniaal Seliool.;
Cuvn:r. Hiu.. N. C.. June '21. j
Enrroii Lk imii : President Ualtle;
opened the I'niversity Norma! School
with an enthusiastic speech Thurs
day morning, slating that the corps
of instructors which they ha, I select
: ed for this year were unexcelled by
any in the 1'nilcd States. He also ;
introduced the Superintendent. Prof, j
Toniiiiisoii. who made a few remaiksi
and announced tho motto of the
school: "L-t things that have to be
done, be done by doing them." .Motto
I of pii'ils. "Work." i
The instructors present, members
, of the faculty of the Fiiivcrsity. local '
preachers t'.n.l other educators of the
Stiite were introduced and made
speeches of welcome and encourago
i im iit. Work b-gau at t o'clock p. i
; in. with a very int resting lesson in
music oy l'rot. Jurdoii on the Ionic
Soi Fa method. This method is en
tirely new to the most of those pres
ent, and while it is new and m.vel it
' is both iitstriictingand valuable. .VII
me highly interested iu the work.
Prof. Deliiiiil's lectures alone are
worth the cost of the whole session.
There were over xevcnty.tive en
rolled the tirst day. and there are
over one hundred and forty now, and
liil they come. I would be glad to
.-lemon- of our Chatham teachois
in.i-.i Ti i.i.ri.u ,
. ii'unr iiu all Hi l Ollll. illil Will , .
never regret it.
S. It. Pruuv.
A Mountain Trip.
Win rr. Si i.i'.icH SenNiis.
Wavn-. mi.i.i:, N. C,
June -.'O. ls.S-t.
D..V': Ib'.i ni:i': Here we are awav
Up ill the mountains 1 Every thing is
pel feet ly enchanting. Words fail
me iu trying to express my admira
tion, and I tind myself continually
getting i id of my bubbling enthu-
oits as. "Oh I
mv. how ilehiiiititii . 1 must tirst
gAND sali:. i;v viiaT'i: of
an r.l-r i'l Si!.. ri..r,'. iiri "I eimtli.im r, iin
IV III 11 ,ivit !. -- ,1 :.( l inlili-1 J. w. vs.
J. C. Il'irlhtlll :,l, ail'illirr I Wilt b II ttt lilll.il"
iiie-'l'.ti lMr.-ie.li.nl .In' i-.. iin ii .iimc limn- in tli
iim-ii ,,r l'itlr-tr,.-,r,
OS MnSMV, ict v -1st. ISS-I.
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May lsi. nn,. i iti. ti..:,.-, x. c.
ND FKHSH STOCK
DKl'GM. MKDICINKS. PAINTS.
. OILS. GLASSWAKR.
nii'l i-v.'i yililm; usually i.". In tli-.i-.-lii'-- Hrin
M,il-i', hi u h-'li-'-al" anl t'-iatl.
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Vf'. i.-'l iit'l'i--' i;is l. ill- u lj""-'il-- ll.i'io
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THE BANK OF DURHAM,
I'liix-.i'-nl inuriKi irirpa
in in. T'-lnl iniirhf fwlupin
t"i- i.tn.iiif. r. lei-, a- lUti-Hif l I', tin-tunny Hiici-i'iMi'
Inl iiiii'llr. ." wli' in i Ik- I'l-lnrii' il n-l'TH. Hernial
in-,i M.-ii. tl In S. li it'1'. Willi l.Hiiiii y. -lilii"Hi
Hi;,, aii l Churl!., nii'l S. i-iitltl" nii'l lll8torli'l
1 us, wlili Hi" liui-nl iii'kIi iii iii"ili"il.
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xi i li t:- I ii'ti "li-'i-s. nt very l"W rtU.w. 1'rtmarjr
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w.-ki-. InuH-li : .i-me-lies 1 ". I .mil., Oni'lt, 1wunf
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a I v.-i itni.-s. ..ir.-ii. su.-ii in 'il"mii't"l lii. IHIIi. ""I
i .fai in a lva'i"'. an- In" lit lill l'il"' "f I'TIll. Ail
In ,..i-,,aiii. ulars, c. it. i.l.Nso.N, frlncltsU.
.1 line I'.i, II.M.
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PLEASANT LOOUE ACADEMY
Li SIMISS INSTITFTK.
K-lll ..'-Si' .11 "" IS ,l
f 3A SAL!-'.
;li "t -li ly. ss, i sella! I'lil'li'-an
tor i n.si. ai int-i-.-i'i-i ii'nis,' .I" .!- in i-ii:.si".r"-, a
traei ! laii'l ill Mi;lin-w t,,i.:isln,, ln-i..iii;ini; t., j
Hi" ln.il - "I Susan lin'K-. a Ij.-hiiui; !ln-! ni-l ..r I
I.. II. l itis. .1. W. Il.nl.. .-ilni .. Im-i-,. e...a,'ili, -IM I
il : "l- s., a,, i. , liei".. us ill s iiisiy Hi" .a's. j wllilt
ilne "li sai'l laii-1.
S. W. lilil MI li, Slierlif.
I1I.IM.I. 11.-, !.. ,l"
, sS. Its.
hack ail. i arm. lie say-i that iliiniiir
I In- w hole time he was never iusciiM
ble. He saw the hmst s fall d-a l,
fi'it himself slliclieli, tell over liiou
his little sou who was beside hi.u and
was totally unable to help himself. '
lb: diil not hear the rejiori which was
said to have been loud. Mr. Iv.les '
as carried to tin; house ami !:!' was
dispaired of until the next inorniiijr. '
when he was some betli r lhuti,!i :.uf-
dNMoN.Av.-n BRITISH MIXTURE.
mat ure eailv. inalies a lar
and well ih velojied Leaf, lunhi-s
ISKIG'IT-YKLLOW LI. F.
of i ich. oilv text ore. mtilies t he f
THAT m'VMliS 111!) F,.
And above a"
FLAKES BIG RETI1P.K3
Foil Tiir. siillfi;:
WYA'I"!' .X TAYLOK.
Grocers Coimiiissiou Men h iiits.
! : i.t V C.
Mannfacterei Agents for Ci::t!ham
and a Ijoiniii:,' count u-s. S -n-l fi oiu
Almanac. Mav 1. S.
s'n -i; t n.s-.,
li! 'SINKs Cii
I" .1 '"iniiiaii'li
'.- i.a. Il'-I". I us li
l.-a.-li'-r. U'.I-. H
I...W V.'.-.-il tnllsl'-
rs r i ii. ihsi. This is a
1 i'r In,ih una itlrlH.
I l.i.l. col lts- ONLY 15.
ti.Hl ,;,,v.rtinient. Full eriri
nai.-aial .tnilsi" l,y a Hrnl-Clll!!
1'..'l l.'-r ('til. li.lir-s VK11V
ui'l i'i nn,.-iiisiii n-ui. Wrlia
M. KOUl.UT.SON. Principal,
o. IS1-: I hi). LlllKKTY, N. C.
. tnal-i'S the eroli
CUPID ? D'W-
Fjvmiisvk.m-:, ir'i!iM (1uI'nty, N. C.
Tin' f-.iir'h :'si. ii m! IM ItiMiiftitimi will m
iin n- i -'ii M nV Uiin-i , ( i v, 1KH4, ntidtNm
iintH' wi- k-. miller Hi" MiiMTviOon tf the
l'i iin-i.ii. ;it-l''-l ! a .nrj. f 'iiiMii'iii inHtruct
"t. .i;iiiH. . i.vi.-h all iTiui'-hcs ii-uitflil tn Hntt
.Irmv . ii.t..s. w-L'lia, ,'Lnit-ii iit'trc tor Dm mcney
'hj;U,'llt h' lit lit -h.- SL'l!'. rillMoll flul 1 tO
;.: Mi'.inii, n-"..'tit: t" tiklifs. We alsoitfTr
in in-' irn'iii i- th'M .hMtrlrn; Ut tako
u -.x'li hi m-'t tini'-iital iiiiik'. I'MiiiinttiHtilp hu1
V'f.'it iiiii- j !!' I;.'ii't ;iti.l WHstiiit mil be tiwl
in p-.' l iiui.i!"- in r'- "ti mi r uiiiith.
l't- I ii IM in-! :ii;iriii.i.t"H ui-ply to
ll' il.l- v,
.1 .1. Issl.
nii. ("icilhaiii county, N. C.
MA WCH 22, 1884.
Arrivals for lie Week.
M il HAM. N. (!.
assistance, jyot on the rihi train and
from that time had a very eomfoi table
!ii;;ht. Wc awok in the "Land of
the sky." We breakfasted at Wound
Knob, one of tho most delight fill
si.ots. I have ever seen. You step
liiht from lilt: c:il s oil the li.i:i.
V. Ii. II.. in this county, at the store j The gentlemanly proin ieim re;iiiiit'j.
of Mr. A. W. Siler. about half wav timt the wav o'H imm's heai t is dowu
rx'tween ruler ami fnaley. ami is
called Columbia". The depot build
in ' was built by Mr. Siler and the
ltuiioal coiiipany 1ms rewarded his
tell the dear I'ltlsbiiro' lteoele about
our tri?. We boarded the train at pound gross
Cary about IS clock ami being told : A word here about the Southvret.
we would imt have to change curs I'liles.-. you ate a l i.-h man beware of
settled ourselves comfortably for tho the Southwest. Northern capital
night. Imagine our coustriialiui ists are monopolizing laud-; and coin
when wo were aroused at Salisbury pletely ehokiug out the small farms,
by the stentorian voice of the con- ft will take three iinm to live one re
dtictor yelling oat. "Ail bound fur spc.-tablc iife in So ithwest Tex.is.
Waynesvillu take the next train!"; Jo Sm.
Our chaperon raised a laugh for the1 ,"B '
whole party by rushing hatles.i and ! SStatO STOWS.
shoe. ess aioiindlhe depot with six
gills hanging mi her. pushing right
and left, and cabin.' for Mr. H.nie'l
in tti.iini.lst. We linuilv. wisli bis a i are iihae of human tiat'ire. She
vns a little home, her landed estate
A Niw S' x rioN. new station has
been established on the C. F. X Y.
Alamance (1 leaner: There is an old
ili'led woman iu town who present
of human liatun
home, her landed
not amounting to an acre On this
she has planted a variety crop, em
bracing almost everything cultivated
in these pnris. She cultivates her
crops at night by lamp light anil
moon light, after she has lininhed In r
work at the house of the fatally for
whom she woiks.
Wii stm Sentinel: Mr.Siiuon Sea-
the celebrated Llijah Church, deceas
ed. MissChurch was sitting in a cor
tier of the lire place and was instantly
killed. Wh"ii the st.i;iling news w is
loid to Mis. Prottir. a neighbor and
ni'itii. r-iu-law of the late L. C. Lii.d.
she was so shucked tiiat she tell oil
the lloor and died im:iie.i:ileiy. The
work of that dav set ins lo have been
: disastrous, for Mr. Iicl.-li 1'iivi-tt. i f
' Wilkf sboro, ha I sevi lal head ol .tl
liable cattle killed by a thuudei bolt.
llaleigh News and Observer: The
"teacher's Chant un; i i.'' at Waynes
vil'.c is a great success. The ri pic-
sei.t'ition lit present slunvs al iend tlicc
from tifty three counties ' f V illi
, Carolina and from seven Slates. ( her
"2.i) were in attendance the llrst day. 1
This morning Mr. W. S l'i i-uri's-e,
president of the State expi sin n. and
postmaster John Nichols h -nit' for
Washington to call on !'rcsi.le;.t
; Arthur and invite him to foi n.ally oieii
I tilt! ( Npositioli. AtHclidelsi.il C.'l.
W. H. S r.urgwyti will join Mi-.-m
. l'riuiiose and Nichols, and :.' Wa;.!i-
iiigton they will be ai comi a;.i. .1 1 1
! their visit to the White Jl.-.i.-e by
' SenatoiK Yance al:d W uisoni :;iniCnu-
Wlica ctt,i I wen- ll-.r PiamoXP shirt.
Ills Ceil I'.lis; c'ji" ii lu-.nt, Ml t' lnli-r,
I-'i.r ivhcn iIil-v si-.- flits, manly citisp.
The l.ulic.s :lvj)b i,uick surrcniicr.
Surely tho ladies arc attracted
by neatness of dress, which adds
so much to the in-nnal elegance,
of one's r.ppearanci'. liat's
more vital to a well-dressed man
than a perfect -fitting;, smooth-setting
W. L. LONDON'S
prettiest and cheapest
ecu. He will make his
n wr.r, ;. sic.aws.
a peeialtv this .
i'-',' I lie It-lit.
i 1 1 iiiini,'. I
BOTJItfETS AKO 21 ATS
eer seen iii this county, i. i lies.
WIO and SLED TICK
I 'l IMS.
It yoi:r it .Tier not Itrp it, m I hi, atl.lr
to DaTiict .Ntiiicr cSt Co., iv'.e uiatiutacturrr, lialii
.Misses and 'Li l.lf -i'n
Hat - and I, iiiui'f .s in iv
eiiterin ise bv Kivmej him a still ion.
He hopes to have a post-office there
A Kansas Ciia tiiamitk. We were
pleased to meet, a few days ago, one
of our Kansas subscribers, Mr. H. C
Sta'.ey, who removed from this county
fourteen years ago to that distaut
State ami is now on a short visit to
bis old fiieuds. He sp.-iks in glow
ing teiuisof his adopted State, no
much t-o indeed that we fear he may
induce some of our countyiuun to
return there with him.
his stomach, gave us a splendid
l.... I..'... ii.. t... .f e e ... 1 ...:n ..:l... .1 . ... t
I'll .ihiiisi. v'ii lie- inn in litre nas loin s, tii i iocs on i ne running gcai oi ,,ll sHnitj Senator
the far famed moiiut-iiii beef-stciik. a bugu'v that was puu-lmscd bv him ; "jfawlev will be 'invited to
WHICH is Jilsiiy ccielnate'l. Hie iu ur tohaeeo lactones,
hotel is about 2.00(1 feet above the generally speaking, will not run a fuli
sea level and just iu the valley is the season this year, owing to tUe scarcity
loveliest fountain, w hich sends up a and high pi ice of the unworked h-af.
sorav of 2S teet. The ascent of the Owvn's Chai'el. near Klkin. Sini v
mountain is peittvtty grand. e.
aay at its base, watched the tirst
train wind around and gradually
reach the summit of the mountain,
while they above, enjoyed as much
seeing us ascend We were ull fright
ened when we came to tiie tunnels
and having foolishly left the windows
up came very near being Milled with
county, was destroyed by tire a short
time since. A man by the name of
Wiley was arrested and placed in jail
1 charged with the crime. The Salem
Iron Works made a shipment on the
2th of Mry to IVuikok. Siani. of one
of H-'ge's Improved Siw Mills, a
I'liieiiix Engine and Iioiler. a Wood
l'l-iimr. ("Summing Machine. Hand
to Wavnesville is the most pictures-
HviLiiiiAi.Cr i.triuTioN. It aflordod que view you can imagine. Each
us much pleasure to attend, on last mountain seems piied in awful sub
Thursday, the grand celebration at limity on the other. We had the
t5ieeiisbi.no' over the completion of extreme pleasure of getting a glimpse
the Cape Fear and Yadkiu Yallev of Mt. MitclinC. We reached Waynes-
railroad from Favettt-ville to. that
ldace. It was truly a grand occasion.
seldom equalled bv any kind of a cel
ebration ever held in this State, and
was a complete success in every par-
The ride t'lom Asheville S.-iw nnd Knife Cirinoiiig Machine.
Asheboro Courier: Mr. J. C Ful
ler, one of our most thrifty and pro
gressive fanners had a few divs ago
2(H) bushels of corn .1 years old and
.I'll) bushels 2 years old. With
splendid oops of wheat, oats, grass,
and fruit of evpry description, with
splendid gardens nnd a line corn pros
pect, there is no immediate danger of
starvation. We are sorrv to learn
that Mr. Frank Steed, of New Mil kef
address al the opening of th-- expo-i
lion. He is a Noith Caroiti i-if. mid
wiis the president of the (' !! nnia!
exposition at Philadelphia. ti is??;
--Lightning killed F..1 Mck? -. . col
ored. in Cedar Fork towiishio .atur
dar night. Sunday wa-t a inirabl.'
day for thunder.storms Ab.-a! noon
a terrible bolt of ligtsMiin,,' f ,1 1 1 1 -. n
tl . -ity. striking several It. . s ai d
telegraph poles. It stunk a p"!e
near the house of All. ltryan h.nl.ii s.
and leat ing the pole striii I; himm-aily
stimniiig him. A well kiioun
grape grower, of this iitt. -i.s the
grape crop promises to he a la rye
one. The amount of decayed gi iipi s
i; imt larger than usual. '! he p ins
pects for a fulll i top of good ijii iliiy
are excellent. I lie pear crop is a
failure, the "Idigl." having- attacked
nearly all the tn-es. The peach crop
is a failure, here us will as on the
llaleigh iV Oaston road, the slii
melits bemg veiv Kimill and the
ptwu .piahtv. ilieplum clop
Aro KcnernllT indaetd
Stom.ii Ii, CoMlven!.
or nine DrrAngrrment
of lh I.tror anil TURmtlvr N.VKtetn.
Suifonri nill IliiJ relict by tho use ot
to stiin.tltitn t'-.-s sf.:.i.-.s!i "ti.l tik!hcc a ropn-l.-ir
il.iily mm. -t. it nt i t tin. l' Is. Ily tlipir
m-tion on t!i.s' -ir,;niii, Am h's I'ii.m ilirirt
tlii M usi fri'iii tin- l-raiu. .nut rrlii'vp nnj
enr.' ail f. rim nf onR. stive atul N.-rvnim
Ilomlmliis. I'.Ulmm 1 1 - ulnrho, mt't Slk
llrailu. he j nii'l I y ki-ft inR !'C l..wils fn.,
ami prrn-rving l!m .yst,i:i in a lu-nltlilnl
f"t.liti"ti. tliey insure iitittiuuily from futar
BoM ij all Drogiita.
sh ipe and price. All kind
HON FT TWIMMlMiS. i'is
D2ESS GOODS DEPARTHE11TS
are very lull, lie can st-i; :,.- t.i-t.
Dress good-, from S cents nj..
N'iee. prelty LAWN'S at l' cents.
P.F.Ari'llT'L WII IT i; ;:
for Lil. bes and Children's Dresses,
and nice Trimmings I". r ! bi n:
.LACKS. SWIS AND UMld Wfi
and Nn roNsli:i'A!; i MllNTs
are vei v :i; 1 1 act i e. I.'.iii s
LINKN DI'SI III; .. MOOWSNIWTS.
Id'si'Llls. cows'; is.
Wl'CHINt'iS. i'OL.!..s. FANS.
I'AWS )1.S. HANDivMiiCllll.i S
Id 1 I'ons and ;i.o i;s
iu eliiiless VMlietv
L i.lies and ( 'litldi e'i's S l l h K 1 ( iS
cln'.,-'cr t Ii iii von ever in',
UN MIC HOLLAND:.-..! Ill:
WiN'DOW s );s.
aio ti iv, i be yo. want. ,:... "sloe!;
of I. i h. Mm and -l i! li.
SIIOI'.S. (iAM'KWSand Sl.llTl'.WS
"tl Lia s SKi'.D I WISH POTATOES.
HM F.ms all grades FLOUR.
100 IU SIIKLs COWX.
400 WI slillLS OATS.
iO IONS WWW AND CHOPS.
SCO I'd 'si l MLS I'HTMFj WHITE
MFAL- -From Waxall Milk
5000 LWs CFLK MliAT C. R.
10 T )NS M II I I M( ITHY HAY.
In fact we liaedle Oi-oceries only,
cm therefon-otVer special inducements
to the v.li.il.s;ile and retail trotlo.
( 'ome to M-e lis.
1TWAT533X &. WYATT.
.I.t.-I'M'.M.. : ,-l:; .V I ,,.l STANll.)
Kvery mvii ot.-Jit to have Ill's life
itis'iri.l. so that when he dies hi.-l
I'aiiiily may h;ive some provision ftr
their support. Many men, who
while alive fumfortnhly supportol
il-i :r families, have died in their
prime iii'd i. t i il.e r w ives and eliil
.in n iiliii" ! i!i t ii tile : w ltei'eiiM for a
ives eonld have
small sum t !n ir
liei-ii insio-.'d and
made f..r ;!:. ir oe.l
tor hi- tltmilv
i y pnidi'stt man be w arneil
and s, , I,,-,, dds iirotcvtioii
II I. s ...
i In: 1 kn
ii in v. in
i nt-. . hi
STO l.s hi j
M mi Ton M.
villo about 1.":U0. Mr. Tn.ibeilake.
the proprietor of the springs hotel,
had conveyance to meet us and in a
few minutes we were at the White
Sulphur. A sumptuous repast was
ticnlar. There was everything to awaiting us. After resting well, we townshiii. mel with the misfoi tutip of total failme
add to its pleasure and nothing to began to look about us to see some- having his house nrd a!', that he had.
detract theieirom, and its promoters thiug of the lovely views. As yet. consumed by tire last Monday. A
are to be congratulated upon the we have only be n m one excursion, lioirble case of infanticide occurred
Buccess that attended their efforts. Next Monday the Pittsboro' party herel i-t Monday night. Mary liald-
Thu number of visitors in attendance go to Mt. 1'isgah about I'.i miles vvin, colored, is the unnatural mother
.... I. ...... ...,.l il...r fi. f,-.... from hure. We will tent out. Our .. ., 1 l;... .,l,..,,f n ...,t., ...,. t l,
nearly every m.rtiou of the State, guide is tho celebrated bear hunter. The facts were brought to liglit by tested for forty years, and ate a know 1 PATCMTQ
f ko uuJl,..Ui.l tl... i.mnni.im. I S'id Medford. ix.r f..l.o-i..nl.Ap Tl. ed jed to le the best remedy ever lri I LII I Ul 'l;n
- s-l.isl n l-r."-1 ! "f Sli.s-t Ifii f'-r
.i.i'-l in w j.r.'i.FU .si t-. fiiint-li
.i'-.-r ..iit.-rn Itn.'ii ,.iri
isiiik l-iiii-s, w.irrauts nn- in siij un
;i ii nn-t 1 i. irrnt
-.I th" m.i cook
Atoid by all means tl r use of calo
mel for I'llimis ciimplaiiits. Avers
Cathartic Wilis compounded ei.tiiclv
of vegetable ingredients, have bei-i:
' 1 .rit :. l'st.
C. C. TAYLOK,
1 FWIIAM, N. C.
and represented the In-st class of our
citizens. Special trains, loaded down,
brought the busino.su wtui of Wii
"I I . S. iill'l J. p.
nt-. No, 7os n h
II. -ft. rnt. I,. ,.,1. V. S. I'jit.
ntfi, u. II. C. Corn si,, nO'-nrf o
I will tell you Homethirg in and fMf,t was found about a hundred var.ls devised for ton.idity of th.. hver. cos- -1w,:?'l!'.'.
attout the hotel. The water it not from the lion-,, among someshnibliery tiveness. and all detaiigcmc.it of the J :7;lV-;':., 4,TTr J"-.s-.V;iT; VV'tTiiirtsi.' liTii
disagreeable at all. At least ii in uot witli a rock placed acioss it. " di'ct-tive ajparatus. i..u.ki.inut iu-,itu..iiuDins '
is w-.-ll siii, piied. 'I ':. be, d
clie.-ipes he I. us e'er hid cat: lit ai:v
one. Mi n or P.ovs. His 1! T
nF.PAWTMKN I' l.-c.-ri.-n!. --.'I Men
and I'.oVs "nr. Wnml. n :ii'-i St ! ;iv.
Hats a! botfo: i prices
Me keeps the I'd'S'l SUr.lTS m.lde
li'l the ii.i-in v. ito.it I J l i 17 ll sizes
(illlC S. lilts. C.lil. US, file's, S'M ks.
and a lu autitiil hue ii -,n is ;tiid
IIAWDWAWF,. TINWAWK i, extra
cheap. CON FLCTIONS. DUl'tiS.
Leather, l'aiimiig I'n lements.
Sex the P. hides. Win. vs. Ac.
A huge' lot of FLOOi: MATTINd.
Our (JWOCF.WV DI'.WA WTMKNT is
II I V full We sell oniv
ITKF Sl'OAWS. and sell tle-m ,is
cheap as cm be bought in the
county for the cash
If y ou wish to get the best goods
ami auv kinu ot gooiis, cnti on
W. Ii. LONDON.
Plttsln-i-o', X. C.
Arll 17, 1SH4.
mmi THE VALLEY MfTTfTAT.
ImrM Limlm of Virginia
!lcl lllin ii:i! indllceinents.
It- rate- nn- very low, hcinr for
istain c on an average only $S a
ear mi ,' lor a m;in .'Ml vearn
It i- s,,i , -nt ;i, reliable, liavinff
aiiteetng reserve of" $100,-
II Promptly Pays all Losses!
For t'tiilhei' information, npplv to
J. W. JACKSON",
Supervisor of Agencies of N. C,
WITTSHOUO', N C.
.1 in. li. I -.
r t l :,n.iin. s,.' i"r "f AiiiiTli-nnanJ rnrlun
flt.-IC-.. W.i.l.li,-' ii. l l- Ml I.II.IUMMi,,,!,,,,,!
mcIi iHiinis, Hi.-r lu'f'.ri. tho ftuent nmra or
Hi.- c.'.iris. -i 'in ii i v aiu,ii.."t i. k ci.nr-n
iiiiiiIi- inil.-si it ,iiit Is n.vuri.1. Hnvl Ivw Oniv