THURSDAY, APRIL fcl, 1881.
The Dead-Lock- Jfrr Blair offerT.(f
the following resolution in the Senate on
Tuesday, to wit . , .-
Ilesolved, That in the judgement of the
SeDate, public interest requires thatCon-
Ex-PresideDt Hayes declares himself a gress be eon veued in public session ira
total abstainer from the use of spirituous meumieij.
- The State Prohibition Contention will
meet in Raleigh, April 27th, usr.
f Hm nrnnnaed COUUtV of
Durham have ratified the action oi me
Legislature creatiDgtliem a &ew county.
Bisliop Payee, D. D. colored, preached,
on invitation, lor roe wnne jjwjiic
Firt Methodist Episcopal Church South,
lu Dan?ille, last Sunday. " J I
The Banner," is the title of . a new
weekly piiper issued from Raleigh in the
interest of the colored people of the$tate
J. H. Williamson, editor. J ' .
Mr. Blair said; he offered it merely as
information at. thi time. Subsequently
he said the business affairs of this coun
try were growing larger every year, ajid
he thought cbn'tiuuous sessions of Con
gress would be no more than adequate to
the consideration1 of public-questions. He
said De Lesseps 4as diggingliis (Panama)
canal to-day, ani it was becoming a vest
ed right ; and nukss it was stopped now
by some action f of Congress, it would
never be stopped except by war. And
there' were otherfconsiderations why Con
gress should be called in extra session.
' It i3 intimated that this is the plan by
which the republicans will seek to break
the dead-lock in the Sanate.
State Prohibition CosvEXTioNRe-
duced fare over tho railroads win oc
granted delegates to the Stati Convention
on the 27th nd efforts wilt be made to
secure good accommodation to those who
may attend, J - .
Et-President Davis and his Book.
It is generally known that Mr. Jefferson
Davis has been writing a history of the
late war between the States. He has
completed it, and it is now in the hands
of the Appleton's of New York, to be
printed. A few leaves with the preface
have fallen into the hands of the Mem
phis Appeal, from which it 1) as copied
extracts. From these its perceived that
r. r-ia has notehansed his Tiews of
the struggle in which he bore so promi
nT a nnrt. He adheres to the belief
that by the terras of the compact be
tween the States the sovereignty of each
was reserved, and that the powers not
expressly delegated t the general gov
ernment remained with them as sover
eign communities. Ia his 'preface he
says: "IV all free government the con
stitution or organic law is supreme oyer
the government, and in our federal Union
this was most distinctly marked by limi
tations and prohibitions against all which
was beyoud the expressed grants of pow
er to the general goverment. In the
foreground, therefore, 1 take the position
that those who resisted violations of the
The Boston and Albany rafl road are in
troduciug a new feature which will ope
rate to the damage of hotel keepers. It
is what they call the "lunchbasket." In
other words7 they will furufoh meals on
their trains, and a man can get what he
calls for at 50 cents a meal. I
"Wet or DryI -The Charlotte 06-erri-of
the '19th', shows that the good
neonle of the rising' city have a lively
time on the subject of Frohibltoii. The compact were the true fneucis, anu mose
Prohibitionists have a well organized and who maintained the usurpation of un-
working Association, comprising amongjdelegated powers1 were the real enemies
'its membership- many of the most promi- 6f the constitutional Union."
nent citizens. They held a stirring meet- The style is extremely simple and
ing on the night of the 18th, to ratify the I easy, and we think it safe to say the book
The Virginia Midland Directors met in
Baltimore on Saturday last, and definite-
jy decided to extend that road from Dan
ville via MooresviHe with connections to
Charlotte and to Spartjinburg, S. C. The
extension will be made under the name
of theXorth Carolina Midland Railroad.
There islo be a meeting at Winston, oi
the 26th, to arrange for commencing the
work. ; '.","
The Mahonerfreachery is proving to be
a sort of pandora's box to the country. It
Ws brought about angry clashing between
Senators North aud Senators South,
whose speeches tend'to increase section
alism. The Republican .party is gaining
Nothing in the South by its corrupt bar
gain with Mahone, aq,d by its persistent
effort to compehthe Democrats to ratify
the trade. Mesa while they are responsi
ble for creating a'difficulty which hinders
jthe public business of the countty.
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A Good Features The ? Female Be
nevolent Society," and the "Ladies' Chris
tian Union," of WhitestoWn-N. Y.. which
meet statedly for the 'promotion of their
benevolent schemes, have' arranged to
mix literary enjoyment with their labors
by appointing one of their number to read
aloud at each meeting, j Mrs. PniLo
nominations, for! mayor and aldermen.
Capt. T. S. Vail was chairman, and Col.
(j. R. Jones, Secretary. Col. Ham Jones,
as chairman of the Executive Committee
reported the following ticket which he
advocated in an able speech, viz: Hon.
F. S. Wolfe, for Mayor; C. Scott, C. A
Frazier, R. M. Miller, John L. Brown,
kVm. Houser, A.'P. Hunter, D. W. Oats,
H. Edwards, A. V. Calvin, John Wilkes,
E. K. P. Osborne and D. P. Hutchinson,
for aldermen. The meetiug was address
ed by Mr, Wolfe; Col. J. .Thomas Hon.
R. Y. McAdcn, Col. H. C. Jones, Bishop T
H. Lomax, Rev. Mr. Price, Chas. R.Jones,
Esq., and -several others. ';
"The Wets" held a meeting at the same
time iu the public square of the city and
was addressed by Col. William Johnston
He declared that he was honestly opposed
to prohibition and to the prohibition law
of the last Legislature, thougli not'oppos
ed to temperance. He said there would
be no tears shed for the women and chil
dren who suffer by stopping the manufac
ture and sale of liquors, of whom from
40,000 to 80,000 were dependent for sup
port onthe business ; that Dr. Mott: has
250 nieu employed in the business who
receive anuuaily-about $225,000 which is
scattering around among the people.
That it would
will stand at the head of all the histories
Of the Tar yet published
CLEARED.Beaumont B. Burke, a Texas
Student, at West Point who, it will be
remembered, shot and killed John G.
Thompson, Jr., of Ohio, also a Student at
the same institution, in June last, has
been acquitted.7" The cadets have had a
fashion, at West Point, of subject new
students to all sorts of hardships crosses
and indiguities. Burke, it seems, sub
mitted to it until submission ceased to
be a virtue. He moved his boarding
houso and quit school to get clear of the
wrongs inflicted npqu him, of which
Tompson was the principal author. But
when pursued to his new quarters with
insults, taunts and threats, he tired the
fatal shot, and the jury trying the case
have acquitted him.
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THE 'IL&TEST WZWS !
We have now in Store the Largest and most Complete Stock we have ever offered. ,
OUR PRINTS, LAWNS ANl DRESS GOOI)S 1 -
are handsome and at prices to suit all. , I
GASSIHERES, GOTTONADES, DOMESTICS,
very cheap. A large lot of
SHIBS TO SUIT ALL j I
AT BOTTOjM PRICES. OUR STOCK OF 1,1
0 3E!O'3tS-3E3C Z2r H
18 HEAT, AND WE MANTO SELL THEM AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
j We Nell Coals at 50 cfs. and up. j
Wo Lave the best Assortment of SHOES we have ever bought and at the
' i ! "LOWEST PRICES. j
HATS FOR EVERYBODY- At 10 cts. up to the Finest,
i I Ten kinds of ' .' j. j .
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS
j EST And among them the BEST in the Maj kef. jgi j j
Rio, Lagnayra Java, and Mocha Coffees -
Very1; Cheap. Cut-Loaf, Pulverized, Granulated, White and Browrf Sugars
at Bottom Prices. We have always on hand the BEST FLO UR in the City-try it.
Also a Large Lot of Wheat Bran always oii hand. Full Assortment of
' ! TO B A.O O O,
And everythuig nsnaU kept inj the Grocery Line. Be sure and. see us before you
buy or sell. We buy all kinds of Country Produce for Cash or Barter, f
With this bird's-eye view of what we have, we return thanks for past patronage
and solicit future favors. lours very respectfully, ; i . i
I KLUTTS & REITDLEMAU.
W. y. Taylott, H.F.Atkins, Salesroeu. . '
April 12, 1881.
Killed. Arthur Foster, in Massa
chusetts. Arthur and his twin brother,
aged 21, entered the house of Abiel Wil
son, on the night of the 13th inst., for the
purpose of robbiug, and went prepared
for desperate work. Mr. Wilson heard
them in the house and when, they burst
open his chamber door ho tired on them
with a rifle. They fled, but the dead
injure the business of body of Arthur, who it is said was pre
paring for the ministry, was found a
short-distance from the house. . The sur
viving brother made a coufessjou of the
facts as related. Wilson had a larsj;
amount of valuables uuder wo other pro
tection than his rifle.
Charlotte; aud tend to iucrease crime.
This meeting was composed of negroes,
in the proportion of about three to one,
and was cheered by the music of the ne-
cro uami. it jermiuatett suddenly : a
half-drunk and wretched victim of intern
IwrnncB (rtj nn in unpnlr nlipn nArrrn
White, by allotment, read an ssay on 1 , ,,,., , , . ,
ir - It. nx i. , r,i boy pulled the box from under him and
"True Merit," before the .-"Ladies' Chris- ; J r
xian union" lastweeK, wno, tnougn per-
sonallv unknown to1 us, is the consort of
a highly esteemed former citizen of our
(town. T- . . ' -
Sad iKcibEVr? 'A citizen of Randolph
countyj'aged 75 years, subject to attacks
tof billions colic, was out with his wagon
land team of horses, and feeling an attack
. coming on, hitched his horses to trees
nd spread a blanket on 'the ground, and
it is supposed; laid down bn it. There
were-marks of a struggle, aji a man writh
ing, in pain.- His dead bodyj . without
marks of violence, . were 'found in the
'woods, as if he had started in. that direc
tion for the house, but fell : exhausted on
the way. v , . , ,1- . .
DEATH OF LORD BEACON SFIELD.
The telegraph reports the death of" this
distinguished "English. Lord, statesman,
and orator. No man in England has ex
erted more influence in the' . British gov
ernment than he for the Jlasl quarter of a
century having several times been the
-chief counselor of . the Qaert. He arose
from the humbe walks of (society, which
in a country where titles and inherited
(honors have such potential influence, is
the strongest evidence of his greatness.
: There are two important . problems to
be solved within the next few months, or
years at the most, by the .scientific men
of the country, and upon which they are
uow laboring, viz : To provo that steam
ongines, for the ocean, for railroads, and
for many other purposes, can be run at
less elpense by fluid petroleum than by
coal or wood." It has been said that four
dollars worth of petroleum can be made
to do the work Of from sixteen to twenty
dollars worth of coal j but the experiments
in this direction have as yet been on a
small scale. The other question oow on
trial in Washington city, by Mr. Gauigee,
the inventor of i what he calls the Zero-
Motor, is to determine whether or not
machinery cannot be propelled by gase
ous ammonia, which requires no heat, and
consequently, no consumption of coal,
wood, or any other substance. President
GarfieUt an other dignitaries of the city
have inspected the engine of Gamgee and
ar6 of the opinion it is a success. But
timo and real Work are the best proofs,
and these alone can establish the value of
new things of tbisnature.
The Korth Carolina Presbijterian : It
ought t6 be generally known that the last
Legislature so changed the law iu regard
to granting liquor license a$ to leave
the matter optional with County Com
missioners. Countv Commissioners are
legally authorized to refuse all applica- '
tions for licenses to sell. In response to
a request from the central committee of
the Prohibition Convention the board of
commissioners of Mecklenburg county
passed the following resolution s
Resolved. That this board will refuse to
grant license to retail spirituous liquors
to any ami alt , applicants, being ot the
opinion that such rei'iiwal would prove a
saving to taxpayers ot this county in the
way ot costs mcurred in the prosecution
of crime and the upport o( pauperism.
As by the "revenue law no license can
be granted for less than a year, it would
seem that this eonrsep which is strictly
lawful and proper, is vlso expedient. If
we are to havo a fair expression of the
people at the polls iu August ; next; and
the law if ratified by the people is to be
come promptly operative, every board of
commissioners should follow the example
of Meek lebu
in order that their little savings in the
mean time may be gobbled up for the
benefit of "loyalty J'? That is what
think it means. Speech i the. Senate,
"A FREE BALLOT ANI A FAIR
The Charlotte Observer, the Monroe
Enquirer and the Greensboro Patriot, all
report that the blackberry crop has been
spoild by the severe cold of the late win
ter, in their respective sections. We have
heard no complaint in this Couuty, but
think we shall have an average crop.
The raspberry canes in our gardens were
not killed but ou an examination of the
blackberry briers near town we find they
are mostly dead.
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Office of the W. X. C. R. R. Co.
SALissuur, April 13, 1831.
An adjourned meeting of the Stockhol
ders of the Western North Carolina Rail
road Company will be held at the Office
oi the Company, iu Salisbury, on the28th
of May, 1861. - G. P. EUWIN,
"26:1m.- Sec'y & Treas.
MB ADD -TFHtll
OUR stock! of spring goods!
is the largest and most com plete' we have' ever bougie
Ladies'Dress Copds ATrimmin
Lawns, Plaids, Ginghams, Silk Handkerchiefs, TievIfaniburgS, Corsets; aaa Ilosierr
All ,the Latest Styles, and will be sold at as Low prices is any one.
0U3 STOCK OF FAHCY HOTIOHS DEFY COMPETITION I
, Oar Ladies' Trimmed Hats, from 75 cents to $3.0 are beautiful,
HANDSOMEST STOCK OF CLOTHING
. Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Hand-made Shoes, '
and Slippers in Town.
Domestic Sewing Machines :
The lightest running, best finished, and simplest in the market
sold by us. . -
ffgrfl Full Stock of fit kinds :of-JMachine Needier
and Attachments on hand. - i
fffiT You can get your Money's worth of "Honest Goods" in every article we ielj
you. Examine our stock and try us. " - ; -
JONES, McCUBBINS & CO.
Thrke Black Sheep. The republi
can party of North Carolina was exceed
ingly unfortunate in the selection of their
delegates, to the General Assembly last
yean One of their members was accused
of larceny, another of forgery, and now
W. Muuden, of Pasquotank, still
another member, has ran away with J. A.
Johnston's tvife, carrvinir with '"them -a
large amount of Johnston's money. All
this since they entered the canitol at
Raleidi. When shall then three meet
The horrors of the earthquake disaster
on Cuio Island continue to excite the
concern of the public. The people there
are still camping eut in the fields, with
nothing but the clothes on their bodies
still panic stricken, aud in constant
dread. The first shock, seems to have
been vertical : dishes on the table seem
to leap up and fall on the floor, succeeded
by horizontal oscillations. The walls of
houses tumbled into heaps of ruins, kill
ing and crippling the occupants.
The Neicbcrnian claims that Newsbern
is the principal corn market of the State.
Slie keeps her railroad busy carrying it
The Midland Railroao. As; indica- off. Shad are still a little
ted in the published reports of . the meet-1 compared with otherseasons, but plenty
-ing receauy uem in isauimore to consider 18 UV "o ior ruernngs. l lie sems are
catching all that can be wished for.
he same paper says "there are now 12
inexhaustible artesian wells in our city.
t is the intention of the authorities to
double their number, as it is chenner tn
bore wells than to buy hose for our en
gines. -The pea crop is. a subject of en
grossing interest among the ''truckers."
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aronna the city, and fears are entertain
ed of damage to it by the severity of the
weather some weeks . airo. Th Triaii
potato, cron is? looked forwrnd
- a. - - VU
high expectations. A very large crop was
Craven county is becoming a vast truck
garden. Thiufc of it : her truckers sowed
600 pounds of raddbh seed this spring,
auu oiuer kious in proportion.
the question -of pushing this enterprise to I
completion, it was unanimously resolved
to build the road from Danville, . Va., via
Salem and Winston. Mocksviile and
Mooresville, with connections ta Char
lotte, and to Spartanburg, SI C. The
business men of Charlotte held a meeting
Tuesday evening,, and adopted a -resolution
inviting the director : toruu; their
road to Charlotte, pledging themselves to
endeavor to. secure material. 4aidv &c.
'There was a meeting appointed to be held
at Statesville-yesterday fwith reference
to the route for the roadnd iu the in
terest of Statesville.. ."The. main point; to
wit : the building of the read, seems to be
settled j and so far as we- ban see at pres
ent, there is nothing likely to prevent it.
It is a subject involving ! weighty coiise
qnences'to our town . aud will doubtless
receive the attention it deserves.
The disturbances1 in iBnssia have not
been subdued by the "execution of the
murderers of the Czafii The Nihilists
eem more determined and desperate than
ever, and are menaciuar tlielifeof the new
Czar. The association pejrmeats all ranks
from the highest to the .lowest ; aud the
seizure and imprisonment or the execu
tion of suspected person! intimidates no
' one nor seems to diminish the number.
It is thought nothing short of granting a
constitutional form of government can
:eave the Emperor from the fate of his
A mad cur, pursued by the police, made
things lively m Philadelphia, the other
day, A youug woman , was encountered
on the streets. She gathered np her
skirts, displaying beautiful calves, and
rau witli all her mi2lrt: but the dosr
rove his teeth into her stocking, and
she was dragged into a drug store half
dead. Spectators were, crreatlv relieved.
however, when they found that the dog
tiad only torn the saw dust pad which
filled out a pair of very lean shanks.
Mahoxes Reward. He has been
placed on the committee on nostoffices.
which bnng3 him in close contact with
the P. O. department. If he can fill all
the country postoffices of Virginia with
men of his stripe, it is expected to ac
complish much through them to control
the politics of the State.
The disturbance ca'used br a misunder
standing between the Kev; Mr. Plunkett
and some resnectahl mmLr. r
. v. Viiv
church m Mecklenburg county, was bar
moniously settled at a meetinir of Pres
bytery held atilluntersville on the 16th.
Mr. Plankett was received as , a member
of Presbytery, which, owing feothe misun-
otumimg reierrea to, bad been held in
suspense ; and a committee was annoint
ed to install him as. pastor of Steel Creek
church.- ' . .( : . . - ."t
ChaR. K. kunter; a colorW man
formerly a teacher in the colored graded
school of Raleigh; has a clerkship in the
postomceuf that city. -i; - . '
Mr. S. J. Hinsdale, of Fayetteville, has
been referred to by the Examiner of that
town, as prepared to analyse sugar (so
much of which is now adulterated), to
determine its value. I In some samnles
there is said to be 50 per cent, of gluecose
or grape sugar.
There was a meeting of Irishmen and
those friendly to the Irish cause in Brook
lyn, N. Y., on the 11th, in which very
Hi . . '
uura-sentiments were nttered asaiust
landlordism, one man declaring an as
sassination , of - landlords as the best
remedy j ,
Vance was in Charlotte last
Read what Gov. Vance has to say on
this new republieau watchwonl, to-wit:
Mr. President, Dr. Jolnison is credited
with sayiug tliat patriotism is the last
refuge of a scoundrel. So it would seem
to me tliat leaving Born bonisia and turn
ing their faces toward tlie 1hyh, ia the
last refuge of n needy and dissatisfied pol
itician iu Virginia; ami however mucli of
eloquence tbe republican Senators here
.1 ... i. . .: .
iiKij uuueuime iu jiour upon uus naiisac- lols;p
tion, aicev-aji is simpiy an endeavor as
was candidly con:esod by tiio Senator
from Ohio Mr. Sherman to stay and
strengthen the hands of a waning party
majority. That is what is the matter.
1 hey say they want a tree ballot and a
fair couut, and that is to bo the' watch
word. . -V- :
Mr. President, when did that free bal
lot and fair count become liecessarvt
lias it not always been necessary f The
honorable Senator from Virginia- says
that he fell out with the Bourbons some
years ago, aud if there was any cheating
of the people in regard to their votes any
where in Virginia it must have been done
some tt .i.e ago, for there has been no
election thero for over six months, and
how does It happen that uow for the first
time tins question of a tree ballot and
fair count becomes necessary to be intro
duced to the American neonle t I have
noticed perhaps my powers ot observa
tion may be at fault that a man gener
ally supports his weakest point. If a man
is conscious ot any particular defect in
his character, ho is always trying to fool
his neighbors iu regard to that ; aud that
is why a coward isgeuerally a bully. Yon
will observe that old farmers goiugarouud
their plantation in the spring of the year
do not lay rails up where the fence is
high enoug':. I hey lay them! up on the
low places. The commauder of a fortress
always strengthens the weakest poiut,
aud it is said that the strength of a forti
fication is equal to the strength of its
weakest point. 5o when I hear the lead
ers of tho republican party iu this coun
try break out on a tresh trail; tor a tree
ballot and a fair count; I always Jouk out
for soine extraordinary outrage upon the
Why, Mr. President, you: remember
very wen that the words Which
through this country like tite sound ot a
trumpet, "Let us have peace, just pro
ceeded the time when, all the Southern
States; were deluged with troops. And
again it was aunounced and paraded with
another sound of trumpets iu regard to
the election of 187b, that neither candi
date could afford to be counted iu by
fraud, jand that proceeded; the great, gi
gautic, climacteric fraud of eight to seven.
Always look out when a politician turns
reformer. There is something going to
happen just as sure as time permits it to
happen. Aow the cry of "a free ballot
aud a fair count" I say is raised by the
republican party either because they can
not raise anything else, or because some
extraordinary outrage uponj the ballot
box and the freedom of tho citizens of tiie
South is in contemplation. I have heard
jt whispered that they iwere going to
raise committees to go downi South and
overturn a number of elections down
there and unseal fifteen or twenty per
haps of the Representatives from that sec
tion. I do not know whether that is real
ly so Or not: but I thiuk lit would have
been so if , the President had, seen proper
to call an extra session of Congress. At
all events I warn the people of my coun
try so far as my voice can go that instead
of this being au alliance for the purpose
V?T A a r
IT WILL PAtYOU
IP YOU WIST TO RAISE A URGE ftor
' OF COTTON,
TO USE otm
"Star Brand" Complete.' Us
j Are now receivii a Large and
SPRING AHD BUWAm GOODS
Which they are offering to the trade at !
prices that canuot bo discounted by auy
We 31 can Business!
And all are respectfullv invited to call
on us, and we can convince them- that we:
are willing to meet aH competition as to
quality of our goods aud low prices. We
have Samples of
CARPETS and MATTINGS,
OF ALL GRADES,
which we can furnish in a short time,
and at lower prices than any house can
turmsti them in Mock. Uall and see
samples and hear prices.
It is rich in Soluble Phosphate mi
It affordVa eonstanf snnnU nf ,i.V
It contains no inert.inatfcr. " '
It m an improver and renovator of
It is fine, dry, and ift4hc best con Ji.
fiou for dri iltuyi -
I - . : - ; - - i
I It jnV-reases the ntwutfiy sml fiitali-
y of lint. ' 4 : i
K- It pontains anampIcquaniitjsfT
i'lviw :vj ye sfmy to make Cet-r
.,to:i, nr.d hirge surplus ' whldi'v
ijMio land. . " . .-I 1 .:
j It-13 prt-psred from t l.e lK?taB4
' no-t iirt-jUNivl matcrirtTs. ii: tin-mwt
we intend to make it to mo intriv-t of j . .
every Planter m i he ctto:i-rov;n h-taU-s j . ' .
to use this hrst-clags. hurh-irriule stantlunf litS 5ta2aara ana- UnifcriSlt7'J.
Fertilizer: : jiiarantscd. - "..'! J
x oor lor the i5ram and Nervea iht
will invigorate the body without intoxi- of nromotinrr th nuritv of the tuillot-lMtx
eating ia what we ned in these dava of and the freedom of the citizen, it is an
rnsh Rnd wmrr " lsi rlro-a ni.... t i 1 - a. .. 1 a. l . 1
restores the vital energies., soothe th of th SonthAi-n States whi hav h.n
nerves ana onngs good health quicker freed long enough now to accumulate a
than anything you can use, Tribuue. See little inouev to subject them once more
A nrl tjiMnalQ -. . L . .1.. j T . . . t7i...- : - 1
. f 1 w 1110 uommaiiou 01 uie carpei-oag ruie.
Those Goods Have Arrived."!
We have the pleasure to announce to
our many friends and customers, tfiat we
aro daily receiving tiie most complete
and elegant line of
Dress Goods, Trimmings, Notions, Domestic
Goods, &c, &r
that we have ever offered. Onr stock of
Groceries is the most complete in town.
Our stock of
Coots, Shoes, Hats Furnishing Goods,
Clothing &e.j &e.
is full. We buy our goods as cheap as
anv House, and positively will not be
We have added to our stock a large line
of Ladies' trimmed aud nutrimmed Hats.
Call and look over our Goods.
With thanks for past patronage, we so
licit your future favors.
April 6th. '
WESTERN H. C. Railroad.
Takes effect Monday, 8.65 o'clock,' A. M., April !
4 1S1. -
We again orier tli'n fi,t( rlta J", rtUhfr to Cotton Growers as being, Jn all respect!
worthy of their p:itronaeJ It 1ms stood the test of thirteen years' use among-us, and j
nas oeen orouirnt to its nrcseni a.iuiiranie conuuion oniv ov tne nocrai cxnena tureoi
I ml . !
labor and money in n continuous effort 'to improve. Its standard and unifornuti-af8
guaranteed. , f
The result of its application to the cotton crop for "the past thirteen years has proved it -
to be equal to any fertilizer ever sold in the United States. During this time thousand! :
-f 4-rxrta mP if liorn Iwton tl2orl Kit flia ftirmara rtf r?r!rio rT Til pAvl!nn Cniit h f'flffU '
wi luiio ' ii iiai I'vn v ivv MJ initial iiiwi.i J l 1 itiuia u.tt JkUfli VAl KJlkUCk uwwVf
Una, and Georgia, with highly satisfactory results. " " " ' 1 ' I
Whatever mav he the merits of other -fertilizer?, no one can iro wrong in using mo
which is so well made, so fully guaranteed, and has been 60 long and so thoroughly tstl
Manufacturers and Prcprietcrs cf the "Star Erand" Complete .Kara:?,
For sale by J. Allen Brown, and by agents o,
all points in North Carrlina. -r J
'. 22:2m. .
Has been extensively and profitably
ed and thoroughly tested in this coontr
and throughout the ifoiuhprn S'6
all kinds of Crops for the paAt-ja.s"
YEAKsjln many instance more tl
doubling the product, and i do"
known ariil firmlv Mlahliidltd as l0n
the ' '" u
VERY BEST II lEr
and an such we recoraihend and grt
tee it. '
Chemist Yaluation, per ton
If further tectmionT ia required;
bes to refr thoie who wi8h iniorm"'
to any of their neighbors who hare
n-ett it, live are qnite willing Miv
nion Their Jcdomest a to; theY
t of our goods. I : ' :
J. ALLE1T BROWK, m;
"J SALISBURY, ;j
23:1m . L I
AKBITE. STATIONS. ABHITI.
i T 50 a. bi Salisbury 4 5U p.ra
8 3Sa.m Third Creelc 404
900 Elm wood 8 4a
9 23 statesville 3 21
10 10 Catawba S 35
10 58 Newton 1 49
till Conova 134 .
1137 , Hickory 12 61
13 14 p.m (card is 15 p.m
12 51 Morgantn 1140
113 1 Glenn Alpine 11 go; .
128 Brtdsrewuter HOT
2 09 Marlon 1129
2 53 Old Fort 9 4?
SOS 8 30 Henry 9ft?
4 30 Bile Mountain 8 44
4 53 - Swannanoa 8 24
512 Asheviiie Ju'ct sat
5 29 I lAshemie
(Terrains ran dally, Snndaya excepted. "
A. B. ANDREWS, Gen. Supc
J. J3. -WTSUJ'
; MANUrACTCRKR OF
Work and Mateuiai.. wrioj J
in ie State, and at prices lower tn
Northern work of M me grade.
sale at Meroney & Uros, b rv q
with theui will be promptly ll
Cheap Chattel Mortcacer
f .!.. . . Wr," "I . .
, TanouB omer oianKB ir sale here
Best Svrcps. at Xoi7er Prices
than can be had anv where else
'? in the City, t
It will be to the interest of Housekeepers
y to call on " ' :'. . .
P. W. SK11TH.
Where they will be sure to recetre for their money
all nrst class Groceries, at lowest cash prices : Such
as Floor. Meal, Bacon, Lard, Fish, Sausages, cot
tee. Sugar. Rice, Crlts, Molasses, Kerosene OU.
1 vmwu, ouu.il, tc. can ana De convinced, f