ydI x.-THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY. N. C, DECEMBER 26. 1878.
ran ' u
. : ' j Stock sold iu Greensboro,
-lst'rs afterw'anls. refused $00.
townsman, S. II. Wiley, we
fl,tipoB.-The painful uncertain-
t?V;- ..rjlitwi tv nrfl flrttl tn
l - . i .... ..wniii tl lusr flpw
iasi,eai "n..." -
lllll il CIHl "I IUI Hl.w uvf.. to
jparts of tlse who were so oppressed
iw' - .
lr fowi Eit who was knocked down
Vnbbed in Mooresville, last Tuesday
.1. " 1. n n ciK.-miWlt1t l.wl
.; ja WHO lias BinTOinnuu; .v..
fa,jmative oi iiinui;iuu, v. "v.
I-Wn-ton.&'MM i speaking of him says :
Fowler was formerly engaged in
. : . this, bis native city, aiid was
resnected and esteemed ly all-w ho
f hiin.' lift was a gentleman possess-
Ufnianv fine qualities. In his Umitli,
Jr(lethKlist Episcopal, he was a useful
and tUere and in general society,
JhuutWiy death is deeply deplored-
gon. imou Cameron, on being inter
Tittlbv me "itinerant scribbler," re
e:tj..? accused Gov. Wade Hampton of
'. v .i :.. .."i.i i.i.w.,1 'IM.;
jjtpreseutcd as having been done dur-in-tlie
war, and when Col. Jauies Came-.,
roi his brother, was a disarmed prisoner
ia:beliands of Gen. Hampton. It is now
jjithe first time announced, after 15yeais
cfiilence. A correspondent of the Kal-
tifi Uteener, writing frotji Warrentou,
jC denounces the story as it deserves.
fl&t it is a lie out of whole .cloth every
vbo knows the character or Gov.
will not hesitate to believe.
a i .
F, rand Juries. A correspondent of the
Charlotte Democrat denounces Grand
Juries lis Useless, and proposes their abol
ishment on the score of economy. It is
estimated that tlte Grand Juries of the
3ut cost about 150,000 a year. The
proposed abolishment is a new idea to
most of our people, who reverence, the,
Itatitutibu more for its age than for any
wry good reason they can give for its
clatinuance. It is a fact that magistrates
icd constables located throughout the
Winds of a county Jiave as good oppor
:otiiK's for discovering crimes, and are as
will bound to report otiemlers, as uiem
)cn of the Grand Jury. The findings of
lieGraud Juryjeally amounts to noLh
.itginthe trial of a cajise, so that in the
present course of Court proceedings, they J
ecui to be superfluous machinery.
, The Moorctvtllc Trwjedi;. This well
plotted ami fatally executed deed of blood,
jas caused high excitement at Mooresville
uid throughout the vicinity ; and accor
liug to the reports through the Charlotte
Observer, the temper of the people i'ndi
ates that the perpetrators of the crime
m in danger of a .swifter award of justice
than theiaw would give them.
Mr. Fowler died of his, injuries at 10 J
iwtocfc, Friday morning last. Ho was
knocked down and robbed Tuesday eve
unj before.. He never spoke after w ards.
Later accounts state that the money
aken from him has been found. One par-
el was wrapped in a rag ami pushed un
ler the bottom rail of a shuck jr-u.
KoUTtho negroes concerned iu thisdread-
deed, have made full confessions. Joe
dlespie. arranged the plan of proceedings
nd Jule Lhtvidson executed it. After M r.
towjer had locked up his store and was
p'ing home (some two. hundred yards dis-HntFl)a-fdson
walked up by the side of
pu and with a plow handle struck the
jfatalblow. lie says he struck but once."
Mfc Fowler fell and Jule then robbed him.
uuanerwurds divided the mouey with
The Observer of Tuesday morning
fought. the particulars of the culniinat-
"S deed In this aMiil . trage'dv. One of
"e Uiurderers. Jtllft Davidson, tint man
,who struck the blow, was taken, out of
e hand, of the olliieeis who were con-
i '"oua to Mutcsv l! ii! o,..1 kmiff
Jfe was lound Sunday muming suspend
r Uie neck with a trace chain from
AclfiuW au ;ik, near the railroad: and
Pained there thro.li;!,outtho day and
-i i'tHll ;iv Iw. I WW. ...
- . vjiuu.-Njue, wuoui in
.,,tl la- coirvcyiBg offVbigfcd
-' ! la tU3 rnob.as he also was
rved to die.
re opposed to irmb bnv-TWn
. 3frv"'v aiMj opposeu 10 n.
toTi"1, ,UVV'atiUii)y people cannot be
"pd m any country. in the wide world.
e eircurustances of this case must have
. en of a Vvry j,,, escitin uature.
; - to this the uncet tiHtitv and niKtlinesR
VI Cflinl... l "
I... "Al 1'iosecutions under our ores
-1 - a ",-41 Lf liUVs 'aud:the case is ex-
-T Line in Xew England.
uatof 'Antlmnv'a i.s.....o,.n.
passed era iu American life,
.uen a ... . ' " '
-T ,fr8"- otherwise woiihv is to be
Wt j barred - from society oir-ac-
'llt If,.: ,, J L
y. ..: u uiooa." ltiere are liun -
e .. of estiui;ibf r.l,wr,H .:t: :..
v. 4 'lAUIillCS 111 I
JdtV-BCe' Kme f thtm cu,tvatcd and
v'but fuey arc barred froinJthe
Jnpi 1 8ciety in hich the Senator.
i've8 -Tt,ui ......
'ooin" -: " account ot Atncan
The nrvo aritd ltk
etf1, of the jXew England cities.
, .or u,e is drawn as sti ictlv in so-
10 Ker England as jt vas thirty
We tender to our patrons the congratu
lations of the season happy Christmas!
Happy new year ! . .
And while we yet stand on the verge
of the old year it is a fitting time to re
view the past : to correct errors, to repair
wrongs, to repent of sins", to pay debts, to
forgive offenses, to heal breaches, to sooth
wounds, and to amend our lives. They
who seriously go about settiug themselves
in order in this way for entrance upou a
new year will find itfar moreprofltable and
pleasant than any abandonment, to sen
sual indulgence, most of all at this season
It is a good time also, to make new
resolutions and to lay out plans for the
new year. Every oue should have some
general plan anil pursue it with systetna
tic steadiness, both in regard t business
and all the other affairs and -relations of
life. A man without plans.only succeeds
by chance. (
It is a fitting time to consider the deal
ings of Providence. The vacant seats
around our hearth stones admonish ns of
the uncertainty of life. We lrave no con
tinuance here. Scores of our friends and
acquaintances have "crossed the river"
within the last year. They all left dear
ones behind weepiug with broken hearts
over their lifeless forms. The coming
year will also- claim its victims for the
grave. If we could know them, how ten
derly vve would treat them, and with what
solicitude seek to promote their enduring
welfare. And yet we niayTiot say "If
I had known" sinco all are doomed to a
common fate, differing only as to time. "If
I had known" is not less vain for departed
friends than for bim whose sun is set.
Regrets may warn, but never compensate
for opportunities lost. It is a good time
to resolve to do all the good we cau, and
to pave each other's 'pathway with helps
to a better world.
Mr. Blaine's resolution to investigate
the conduct of the late elections in the
several States of the Union, passed the
Senate ou the 17th. His design was of
the bloody "shirt order, assuming that the
nero voters did not vote the Deriideratic
ticket of their wwu IVee will, but vvere
forced to do so by the Democrats. 'He
aimed to excite sectional auimosity. But
the resolution as amended orders an in
vestigation to be made in any State, north
or south, where violations of the election
laws are alleged,. The measure is tlrus
partially shorn of its sectional character
and is not likely to amount to much. Mr.
Blaine's party friends showed very little
sympathy with him .on tlie subject and
left him to make all the speeches in its
behalf. - It passed almost unanimously,
only six democrats voting againsi'it.
Mr. Blaine no doubt intended it as a
trump card in the campaign of 18S0, an
effort to turn bac4c the colored vote to Jb
Republican party. His effort will fail.
Peace and quiet reigns throughout, the
Soufli, and this attempt to disturbe the
hafmony between the whites and blacks
will most likely result iu drawing the tw o
races closer together than ever before.
They find it to their mutual interest to
stand solidly and .firmly by each other,
and this attempt to sow discord between
them cau only provoke them to maintain
their ground in spite of all outside inter
A BIT OF HISTORY.
In the Watchman of last week, Dr.
Foard stated that Dr. Hiiwks was the au
thor ef a pjan for -a system of Hail Roads,
beginning at Beaufort Harbor and extend
ing to the Tennessee line. We corrected
this statement by attributing the scheme
to Dr. Robinson. This was. simply mis
calling a name. We should have' said
Dr. Joseph Caldwell," President of the
University of X. C.,.has the best claim to
the honor of originating the scheme. Col.
Wheeler,-in his Historical Sketches of N.
C, published in 18j1, on page li8 says
that Dr. Caldwell, iu 1&27, delivered ac
Raleigh a lecture on Jlail Roads, a new
subject to the' members , of Iho Legisla
ture.' - y.,.'
Dr. Foote in his Sketches of X. ., page
lHleget'th4rir7- Caldtrfll took an ac
tive part in'riUeusMng Juttinal improve-
nieiit, Advocating the id? that the pro
duce "of the; mwtntaln stwnld seeK an
outlet n the coast of the State; and that
"foE this purpose passways should be
opened from east to west;' sufficient to en
courage agriculture and population." Dr.
Toote was not a citiren of our State bat
his extensive travels and researches into
iabove, that "the sound new of these prin-
ciples will ont day be discussed agin in
Carolina." This was printed in mo.
Dr. CnMwoII died in 18-35, and his lectnre
ti Rail Roads was delivered in 1827. Dr.
Hawks was a pupil of Dr. Caldwell',
graduating jo 1815. Gov. Jno. M. More
uLn did as much as any one els to
' . .. . .: kk..
hwork out the scneme iur cnnuwung m
I li wst-. hv Kail Road, was also
fjltl W II" w " "J
a pupil of Dr. Caldwell's, graduating in
1817. With these historic facts before us
it is not difficult to see from whenee came
the seed thoughts of internal improve
ments. After the lapse of half a century
From the first promulgation 'of the idea
shall w realize it by connecting Salisbury
with the Cape Fear region by Rail Road f
We 6liall see what we shall see,
THE SOUTHERN7 QUESTION.
Mr. BlaineTs resolution has hardly at
tracted the attention or aroused the in
terest that he anticipated. The Demo
cratic replies, so fir as they have address
ed themselves to the 'mayi question, have
rested on the obvious fallacy, which we
have before pointed out, of assuming that
the negrcr vote was bulldozed, wherever
it failed to be cast for the Republican par
ty. On the whole, the debate marks an
approximation iu the temper of public
men to the moderated passions of the mass
of the people. Mr. Thnrman succeeded
in amending the resolution to cover north
ern intimidation of voters, the assessment
of office-holders, and the doings of United
States supervisors, lite Johnny Daven
port at Xew York. The instruction to
the committee to sit with open doors was
defeated, aud the resolution finally passed
yesterday, with only six votes against it.
The investigation will proye a harmless
way of gaining time, which is needed more
than anything, to establish the rights of
the colored voters under the laws.
The trials of persons for fraud and in
timidation iu South Carolina before Judge
Bond have not resulted in any convictions
aud it was hardly to be expected that they
would, the first time. The remaining
cases go over to the spring term of the
circuit court, when Chief Justice Waite
will sit with the local judges. The juries
for that term will bedrawiyaud the cases
prepared with caie.
Senator Butler, of-South Carolina, made
his first speech in th Senate ou Monday,
in reply to Blaine's arraignment of South
Carolina, and a very good speech it was
calm, dignified, niauly ami able. He is
a fine speaker, and his manner is said to
have been eminently courteous aad delib
erate. He bore himself-with marked self
restraint under no little temptation to be
aggressive and resentful, lie obtained a
victory and scored one against the vigor
ous aud agile wrestler from the frozeo re
gions of Maine. Wil. Star.
How sad that in our daily life we neglect po
many things necessary to our wIl being. The
man of business with an eye oidy to his credit
in the financial world, the individual of ele
fctnt leisure whose only aim is to array him
s$If to the best advantage, the yonnj; lady who
idly listening to spring's divine harmonies,
feels not the approach of disease in the feeling
of languor which poerfcs her all alike tuir
render too easily to the advance-guard of dis
eae, when; by a judicious investment in Porta
line, or Tabler'x Vegetable Liver Powder, a
long array of ills irt put to rout. Buy Porta
line, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver Powder, and
and rid yourself of disorders arising from a
torpid liver. Price 50 cents. For sale by C.
People of all clasne will acknowledge that
in this world ranch depends upon our financial
condition, yet how many wisely reflect that our
financial condition depends upon our physical.
Yet it is even so, for who can labor without
health, and who can accumulate money with
out labor? Hence the importance of using
Coussens' Compound ijoaey of Tar, which is a
sure cure for Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of
the Throat and Lungs. Remember you can
buy a bottle of Compound Honey of Tar for
50 cents. For sale by C. R. Barker.
Corrected by J. M. Knox & Co.
Dec 20, 1878.
Cottox firm Middlings,
Bacon, county, hog round
Cuickess per dozen
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Flouii best fam.
Onions no demand
0P A VALUABLE FARM.
By virtue of a Deed in Trust executed to
the undersigned by L. C. Earnhart, I will ex
pose to public sale at the Court Houae door in
Salisbury, C, to the highest bidder, on
Saturd iv, the lot day of February, 1S79, at 1 1
A. M., the farm, on which the said Earnhart
now resides, containing 131 acres more or less,
adjoining the lands of Richard Cowan and
other. Much of the land is newly cleared
anil very fertile. Terms made known on day
f lIe' . M. L. HOLMES. Trustee.
. Dee. 23d, 1878. lfcot.
North Carolina )
Ik Superior Court.
Moses L Holmes,
D23 for settrem't
Jehu Foster, dee'd., and r of estate of Jehu
individual!? Thomas J Foster, nnd for
sale of real estate.
It appearing to my satisfaction that the
Defendants, Jehu Foster and Thomas J.
Foster are non-residents of the State, it is
ordered that publication be made for six
weeks, notifying the said defendants to ap
pear at hit office in the Court House in Sal
isbury on "the 4th of February next, to an
swer or demur to the complaint filed.
Given under my hand and seal of office
thii 23d December, A- D. 1878.
J. M. IIORAn. Clerk
Superior Court IJowaa County.
Invite the Ladies to call or send their orders for all knids of Confections, Fine Chocalates, Bon Bons, &c.
See our Business Locals in local colnmn inside, for variety.
Is Almost Here
has anything you may want in the
and see me before purchasing. I
have just received a splendid lot of French
and American Candies, Raisins, Figs, Cur
rants, Citron, Nuts, Oranges, Cocoanuts.
Pine-Apple, Mince-Meats, &c. Also a full
line of GROCERIES. All of which I will
sell very cheap.
G. M. BUIS.
E5u fe? 1
Proto aifl Commissian Mercliait
Consignments solicited. Quick pales and
prompt returns is ray motto. I will also buy
produce of all kinds. A good supply of Moun
tain produce constantly on hand, such aa ap
ples, chestnuts, cabbage, cranberries, buck
wheat, flour, &c., Jkc. Lexington Flour a spe
cialty. Christmas Turkeys, call and get them
befvtre all are sold. ('all and examine my
stock of Flour and Mountain Produce before
Before making your purchases for
Christmas, to examine
large and well assorted stock of
CONFECTIONERIES, TOYS, ETC.
Next door to Kluttz's Drug Store,
SAIJSDUIiV BOOK STORE.
Fine Gift Books and Fancy Goods.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
FANCY PAPER IN BOXES,
and a Choice Lot of miscellaneous Gift
Book in splendid binding. My selection of
Las been carefully made to suit the times
in quality and prices. Don't fail to call
and sec me.
G. W. YOPl
I CAN Always Save a little Money
By Going To
I WALLACE'S STORE!
V. Wallace is Selling His
Remaining STOCK of
ma a i wi
mi D i
If you can find any better Liquors
W. H. K2STLER
KEEPS. SUCH AS
ALL KINDS OF
Wines, Gins, &c.
Corn Whiskey, 50 cents per quart.
Also the finest
Oysters in the Shell
Served iu any style
V II. KESTLEU.
Dec. 14th, 1878.
FOB ELEGANT PKESEHTS
J. & H. HOE AH.
Their store is well filled with Jewelry and
Silver Ware. Elegant Kings, Watches and
Chains, suitable for presents. Silver Cups,
Napkin-Rings, Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Card and Fruit Baskets, &c &c, all of the
finest quality, and making very desirable
Christmas presents. Al o a new lot of Clocks.
Be sure and call on us we insure superior
goods at the lowest figures.
' J. & H. UORA II, Jewelers.
- Salisbury, N. C.
1 s3 B8 B
U Ssm .Ea Ea B J
J. N. B. JOHNSON'S, AgtJ
In the Old Mansion House building, where
you can get Bailey' Beet Rectified Com Whiu
key, over 2 years old, at 50 cent per quart;
Bailey's Best Rye at 75 cents per quart; and
Tobias Kestler's Best Brandy, over 5 years
old, at 75 cents per quart. Also
BEST HOME-MADE WINES,
at 50 cents per quart.
EGG-NOGS AND EGG-FLIPPS
made to order and taste. Give me a call.
I ever had. Fine Paperties, &c. Be
sure to call and see.
OH! I SAW IT! WIIATt
BERNHARDT & BRO S.,
Is the place to purchase any and every
thing you or anybody else may want for
or any other time. There you can get
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS
of every description. A social selection of
beautiful Jewelry for Presents. A splen
did stock of Handsome Shawls, Scarfs,
Kibbous, and Wraps of every varmty, all
low down, at
- BERNHARDT & BRO'S.
PREPARE for the HOLIDAYS
By Calling on
j. 'I BROWN
For all kinds erf French and American
Cancies, Canned Goods of every descrip
tion ; Nuts, Toys, and all kinds of Fan
cy Goods usually found iu a First-Class
FRESH Bread- & Cakes
Baked Dailv at
J. M. BROWN'S-
VALENTINE & SON,
Returning thanks for past patronage, re
spectfully solicit a continuance, warranting to
GIVE SATISFACTION !
Call on them in Henderson's brick building,
on Inniss street and get a good Christmas
GO TO THE CHEAPEST
Giristioas Gifts for your CMMrei
Next door to National Hotel, has u full
select stock of Toys, Fruita, Candies,
Nuts, Sweetmeats, Freuch Confection
eries, &c. Keeps constantly ou hand, a
full 6tock of
at lowest prices. Finest CIGARS in the
city for the price. Also
All cheaper than ever.
A FULL STOCK OF
BILL HEADS, and
Also a very superior Envelope,
printed to order at 3 per thousand.
C 0 T1 E BIGHT HERE
by purchasing your Christmas Confection
A. G. HALYBURTON'S
C&eap Grocery & CoifectMBiyHoise,
At the Old Mansion House, corner of Main
and Inniss Streets, where 3'ou can get
good Fresh Fruits, Candies, (French and
American,) Nuts, aud all Varieties of
Sweetmeats, Fresh Canned Goods, &c,
&.c. In- fact every thing that is kept in a
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE
Can be found here, at the Lowest Bottom
A. G. HALYBURTON.
"ELEGANT TOILET SETTS from 75
cents to 82.50. SUPERB VASES, from
35 cents to $2.50.
DELICIOUS PERFUMERIES, 10c to f 1.
Fine Box Papers and Envelopes, from 10
cts. to $2.50. Pocket Books, Rubber Rat
tles, Toy Paints, Lamps, &c. Writing
Desks $1 each. An elegant line of
Bin: sues, tC-c
A splendid line of goods at the very lowest
prices. Don't buy till vou call at
KLUTTZ'S DRUG STORE.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Call and examine my work.
C. V. C. WOOLW1NE.
Don't neglect to call on C. Plylcr at tke
Book Store for all kinds of Books wanted. Tka
best quality and latest styles of writing pnper
kept here. Also the renowned Singer Sewing
Machine can be bad here at from $3o to ?40.
He respectfully invites all to call and examine
goods and machines. ll:ly.
This important organ weighs but about three
pounds, anil ail the blood in a living person (about
three gallons passes through it t lc:.- ; ence every
half hour, to nave the bile an't other impurities
strained or filtered- from it. iiile i the natural
purgative of the bowels, and if the Liver becomes
j torpid it is not separated from the blood, but car
! ried through the veins to all prts of the system,
and in trying to escape through the pores of the
skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brown
color. The stomach becomes diseased, and Dys
pepsia, lndizestiua. Oi;r.tipation. Headache, liili-
(ousness. Jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers, Piles,
i Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
low. Mckhicll s Hr.rATiNE, the creat vegetable
discovery &r torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
off from one to two ounces of bile each time the
blood passes through it, as long as there is an ex
Cess of bile ; and the effect of even a few dnses
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
skin, wdl astonish all who try it they beicg the
first symptoms to disappear. 1 he cure of all bili
ous dkeases and Liver complaint is made certain
by taking Hepattni! in accordance witbdirsction.
Headache is generally cured in twenty minutes,
and no disease that arises fiom the Liver can exist
if a fair trial is rivn
SOLD AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Csnts and $1.00
The fatality cf Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases, which sweep to the gTave at least
one-third of all death's-" victims, arises from the "
Opium or Morphine treatment, which simply stu
pefies as the wurlc of deeth ges on. $10,000 wilt
be paid if Opiu:a or Morphine, or arry-prcparation
of Opium, Morphiri or Pnissic Acid, can be found
in the (ji-f'HK r i ov.tr Cough Syrup, which ha
cured people who are living to-d::y with but one
remaining lun. No (rreater wrong can be done
than to say that Cvnsumplion 's incurable. The
Glcsk Flowi. C vf :i Stri-p will cr.re it whea
all other means have failed. Aiso, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, a:d e!1 diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the tetiinonir.'s of the Hon.
Alexander TI. Stephens, Gov. Sr-.i"hand Kx-Got.
Brown of (in., Hon. Geo. Pcabody, as well as
those of other remarkable cures in our book frei
1 to all at the dru stores and be convinced thnt if
4 you wkh to be cured you can Le by taking the
), Clock Flower Covoh Sykcp.
It Take no Troches or Lozenges for Sore Throat,
when yo.x can get Glceb Flowkr Syrlp at same
r ' t." f 1 t,
price. 1 or mms uj au jroggista
Pries 25 Cents and $1.00
Grave mistakes are made in the treatment of all
diseases tliat i rise" from poUcn in the blood. Not
one case of Scrofula, SryfUlis, White Swelling,
Ulcerous Sores and Skin Disease, in a thousand,
is treated without the use of Mercury in some form.
Mercury rots the bones, and the- diseases it pro
duces are worse than any other kind of blood or
skin disease can be. Dr. Pemberton'sStillim
cia cr Qi-eem's Delight is the only medicine
upon which a hope of recovery from Scrofula, Sy
philis and Mercurial diseases in all stages, can be
j reasonably founded, and that will cure Cancer.
$10,000 will be paid by the proprietors it .Mercury,
or acy ingredient cot purely vegetable and harm
less can be found in it.
Price by all Druggists f .00.
Globs Flower Couch Strut and Mekrkll's
Hkpatixb for the Liver for sale by all Drug
gists in 3$ cent and J1.00 bottles.
' A. F. & CO., Froprietcrs,
E. H. HAESffS
SALISBURY, X. C.
Having my Foundry in readinesn, I am noir
prepared to do all kind ot Casting in either
Iron or Bras. A ll kinds of Engine and Boiler
Work done with dispatch; also ail kinds of
Agricultural and Mining Machinery built or
repaired to order. I am also prepared to Drew
Lumber, make all kinds of Mouldings, mak
Sash, Blinds and Doers. , Sasbt Doors, and all
sires of moulding, kept constantly on hand.
A stock of Lumber always on hand or furnish
ed at ithort nctice. -
A 16 Horse Portable Engine and Boiler
for sale at my shops. r . '
Work guaranteed, and at prices to suit th
imes. .t 23:1 y.pd.
SHOP connected, with Brown & VerWe livery
stables, psni designs of Shoes, to suit any
siiitpc ot foot. -AH shoeing on strtctlysclentlllc prin
ciples and WARRANTED. All idndalacksmlthlni
promptly done. IRiljr
On and Off Slick as Grease. L
Respectfully announces hi continuance t
hi old stand in hi old lite, ou Main Street,
opposite Cnnit's' Drug Store.- lie is alwtyi
ready and anxious to uccoinniodate customers
in liWi line in tbe bout manner possible, lie it
prepared to do tirst claRs work and can com-
peto with any northern chop or Hand mad
work. II is machines, lasts, dc. are of tb
latest ar?d best paterns. lie works the verj
best material and keeps on band ready mad
work, and stock equal to any special order.
Repairing neatly and promptly done at rea
sonable; prices. Sutisfection guaranteed or bo
Prices to Suit the Times.
Cash orders by mail promptly filled.
34.6mos. W. M. EAGLE.
Mnt)fluhiTd by tba '
Strain FUi Can Sarhu, V. 8.
It mtnr full, (a far MrhaMi
r PtlM. kn a ear. 1. inalala.
rri IMi aad aaaa M I
J. D. McNEELY,
Grocery, Proance an! tmmm
Agent for the sale of Fertilizers, Lim
Sawed Shingles, and Mountain Produce. Bny
and sell Cotton, Corn, Flour, Meal, and all
kinds x country produce on corumisiion.
Highest prices guaranteed. Agent for tk
celebrated English patent
Will keep a small assortment of Family
Groceries. Call and see him at his new stand,
three.doors be!ow Kluttz's Drug Store.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
Ata aneqnaled for th enra and proven t ion of
lueaasinTIoreea, CatUe, IIo(ra,bbaep.and f owla. -
SALISBURY BOOK STORE.
GEO. W. YOPP, Propr.
(At Mclntyra's Furniture Rooms.)
BRIGHT HEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM.
aai Bcrr kla 1isMte8r4.
Ta Orlilna I W watot
piaa) Rs4la. V W. B. Bqalf.
WbnUucka, Oruaai Cla4
I a vmipme usmM to wdMft,
I with C'liL:rr ub. A rompnri.l H ou.
I.nhood, !drnret Vuf .. 8iU
I Husband, and Witr. Cetrbun mud
IM:r'.awnv cotnp.rrd, ImpftiiBwiiaf
to Mrri. Conevcai doues. Sewuea
Lt ot Mtrriasv. Iw of Ifivorr. ltal
n;h(aof marri! mm,ctc.alwon Elaeaaeaomomen,
ti.r cauar and Cure. A Confidential work ot aao
Pe.with full Mta EnpaTinjri, trrt Itr 80 eonta. Th
Private Medical Acrtior." onth ma n or im
pure iMtu MlioM. r., o on the im( oatntauf jrvOia
and their effect, on aftrr htm, eaoaiRf Varicvcri'. Brniiuai
KmiMion. Nermu drbiiity. tw t.t (Uxnai Povrr. rlc .
makinir narri.e improper uranh.ppr, Ktriu many raia
rl' ,rc"Pt ti rr "i oriTate UUeasea ;an.e ma. arcr
? P VI 'Vli "Medical Advice." ieetaw e
lc an hood and Won.nocd, iO eratat tr all thn SI.
They eontaia 00 pa- mhI ow loo XilnatratioM.am.
bracing mrrtlun on the iteneraiiva ijKrm that ia worth
!Bowin)t.n(Jo.iKh that U not pubihei tnaBvotharvorh.
feeut in aicgle tnirt. or complete in on. fur Frke ia
Vamp. Siiver or Cmr.neT (The author iar tun conrnxa.
lio-i. and !ier are rmniirfiy amwrwd without char. I ..
A.idreat Dp. Bu Oipon9ry. 2Jj. 12 Xin 8u au '
8t. Loui.. K.). (Iaiabli.het IMlt
M . ' r?irtly 1 mflerirf (mm Tt ITtlHgX .
to amd mt tht ir Reine. ar.d ddro. tnrt wi-tkram I -omeUjoj
to thiir alrantaga l et a 1-ruaa. J -
T. I AYEH8,
21 A X U FA CT LT It E II OF FIXE CIGAES,
Salisbury. N. C,
The foltwlntr brands kept constantly on band
"Koyal Oem," rwM per M. "tittle Pet," $40.00 per
M. (Koia ijayna- niled.) "Daisy" fcsa.oo per M.
"Mllrer Lal!." half Havana ClleT) f3.ft per M.
"No i $30 o. per M. "Prfle of Cuba." $?5.0Q per M .
"UttleCotamodore, $29.00 per M. Onlers prompt
J flllod. 40:
CJicw Jacoa Cost SectXaTy C :i