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THUK'SpAY.- MAY 18, ict.-
I Tle police of Dublii thiuk hey arejn
the tmck of the'assaseins, of ihora tliero
lireid to be twelve in all concerned. "
Tim 0!cl Loff Cabin" Cnmnaiffn. i arott Surrnacrs.
We certainly tlank CoK C II. JoxESrof I The Bully of Vie Kfpnblican JUng Zaid
Low by the Balhof Jiejiubltca Frohv
". itition. '-'y , ' - ' ; i --
tThe Asbeville Gi(if 8njettDr.;Motta
star is pot in jtbe ascendant any more.
Having to "step down and out" from the
tffic he has disgrace! andi huTinff to
submit to having his' tiialud ministration
bIiowd op jut as he was preparing to en-
tor upou a graikler race for ofQce, oaght
lh CliailjttUi Obhcrreiy ior Ihe geqerpusi
invitation to attend the 20th; of May cele
bration as one of his gnests during the
occasion, we wom w 'uuc
jueet the old editors metioiicjd by the pb
fercer, and with tliem form a iort of sqnad
of Jionored ancient who took part in the
memorable." campaign of 1840. But cir-
An experienced grape grower, II. H.
f ?!?":r!,,hJr;. U le woald otrnedconstraia
. rj - ?1 i ' I... tt iilnaeiiru mill Ihfl hlltint' itm. . r
Irefer ten feet distance between eaen j Vm"- JJZJlx.., to hare been euoughforrone mortal To
- ' i , Doseu oy uio eunw i mo vw v .m i ::.! ....
good an j t ' - ir . ... iS.
rice crdp will not;be.serionAlr injured, as
replanting caiile aVciwiipJUhed until the
middle of Jun.- Wien the President
vetoed the tii st Chinese bfll there were
roany. meRsajfes of endreenient sent uim
br nreminent oeonle frf the North, Now
that he has rirued the second bill: which
is from their standpoint as objectionable
as the firsti-thev eeni to quietly acqnl
esire and Yegard it a all right. v 1 hey ;
should be consistent atd drop nim a few
posed by the ed
I The bill t extend the garters, of the opporton.tj to .express our hearty -cou- - - , Bal. Rid Mr.rKeo2h and
JaUenal banks is to be pWidered. corrence ,n pu. a.n.s oi cnose wno Mr;DoQ,8r d Judge Dick, and the
usanus or etner icepauucans who re-J
fused to be his i bench uieu and Tote on a
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Ameiican colonies, and their subsequent I . - K . . . .
nuder the constitution of the 7 -r "i 7' ;, 0
uowu iue law iuiv uiesegeuiieiuen eiiuer
had to submit to his dictation iu the inanH
Aueusta Chrontcie: our coiorea irienas i.r-i. nt or.ni nn rv reason -
known black' man i bang severely pom-. r ' BijiGHAM Walter,
meilea or llsuter - bfiotuer- Because e
said he "was'surpvisedUnd shocked tRat
- -i t t j 11. : ! n
muiauoes -suouiu nave bucii a smug
llaUenal banks is to be considered.' Nn- currence in ine. aims o, u.ose uv Mj
Wrons amendments are proposed, and it promoted and may take partem the cele-
fsbyno means certain as Jo the final bratiou of that initiatory event which
lhape in firbich it will pass, resnUed iu the Indcpendenco of the North .
The wet weather is beginning to telj freedom
'4n the wheat crop, both in this and many United States, o other political event
iher parts or tne. country, osm . J ""r" aement of the itepublican party, or they,
tirgigia farmers arc mowing thr whea frauglu with so, .many result ectJy 1 .fc ey
promoting the freedom, prosperity and;
insigniQcant in-j numbers and influence,-
Ireland for three years. The writ of 7ui embraced all classes of men jn the bless- j nOD au
hnntiini'sa nf the neortle. Whether ef this I 1 -I
M--r-.r, - -
' tlmn tlvif Tt- tliA
A.ue u8.v.v.u,v. r.;-.-- . . . ' - .""7. "" . tt. Oheral Democrats Nat Atkinson.
twoVor three others,
Bepublicaii said td us
r- i .m 1 1 . j ry, Ithis week,:has a scab npou him because
"divine right" of kings, and jdeclanng J , ' . - r .
i i tic 1 the Democrats wouldu't give them offices,
all mii frp nml rnnjil" Infinite tvi.4- I
and a great deal more of such' polite lit-;
eratur and harmonizing English.
Indeed, the Doctor It as set himself, up
as the. "boss dog of thV bone-yard -iwd
none must dare! molest 'him or question
j his authority. 'He waa weak! enough to
assume: that the 116,000 majority against
prohibition last; sumtoer were all sheeptof
i pasture and were carried in the hoi-!
.low. of Ata handv and those even of bis
be ne jury trials.
' ' ; all men "free and equal." Infinite wis
1 fjharlottes ice factory tnrns-out. 200 dom alone can measure the magnitude
latin W dar euouzh for 16.000 families, of an event like this, which io His kind
Allowing 25 lbs. to each family. Vesup- p-pvjde3ce, rsook!tfdrni and shape in
ose they are supplying Atlanta, Celum the goodly county of Mecklenburg, and
bia, and many ptber towns. where, also, it found some of its most in
telligent, zealous and ethcient advocates
Medicine, the Doctor's, recently in ses- oration as one bf the most important
ajon at poncord, refused one out of seven, transactions iu human emancipation from
The number of applicants was large.
tyranny and oppression,
the time may never come
and we trust
hen there I own political household of faith, who chose
A niir Ti, Table ha. hecn arraBffed .....i, i.. nnn k &rih tnrf it. tineF W1IU u'm on nat parucuiar quel-
7- - l Oiiuii v avuw a v - . j - i - . . i
r Tailrrknjr ft tlltt I V . I UUU IUUOK OftUOIV UiCU10CIC Willi WIC
V AIMIIIVtVU. aw - . . -
crumbs' which he might choose to pitch
A Grkat Project Hinton Rowan Hel- fli rtl(m. kt to' hav a voice or a seat at
for the Vestern N
Jummer, (making clpse connection with
lstefn train on tjie N. C. K. K.,) leav,
this xoiiit for the West about Hip. m.
per, well known o the older: inhabitants the tabIe wonid be a sacrilege not tq be
of this and Davie, counties, in the. latter j j)j)rie
Doctors' fees in Germany are regulated OI WI,1C 1,0 was iuoru auu Tu, wo,w Acaacns of the elements was called-to
i i.rM ii .i a s-aa i. .1 ikMi n ni inaniunir i m
y law, which allows them 2f a visit. 1H BH HW.,,ir,:,,'S -f- & meet m Asheviiie Thursday night. a
auuuv,j vvi oiuw . - & iiiuiiiDcr vvCr preBeuc. iroin vrreensuoro
railroad concep6n of his by which he to Cherokee. Dr. Mott wai there,-
aims o oimg iuio ciose cumirvnuu uic Tue runBg ,n aqd ruling out pro-
three Amencasn-iNorth, ventral' ana Ummme ai enssed and discussed, nro
South. He has dot made a great deal of Rn(1 Pnn. nn An.i down .f and .o fr as Mott
V Except in cascsof severe illness requir
' ipg daily attentien, the doctor gocsjjo
jtnore after the . fii-st unless requested.
J . - - -
" I Tlire in a total eclinse of" the sum to
4ayf but it is not visible in this part of noise on the subject, but seems never to and hU wiuS 1 3 concerned it: was more
tie world. The best place! for obscrva-. have lost sight of the scheme, which he Upthandowi,'' more "con'thab pro."
tlon has been located by astronomers at las promoted Horn step to step at his jt was evident te fore tips speakers ceased
f eheran, on the Nile, 100 mjles north of own expense.- Meanwhile, however, the that the Dwtoi's cor&ct, usnally well-
rhebes, to rhich place the Royal Society tendencj-orrailrojad enterprises was west- laced Waa" loosening, ft was necessary.
has desnatched a corns to make observa- waru anu wuiuwaru, iu inguciai u.- Brtii ami those lfew!7 prohibitionists for
ibns. , t,ou ot u,.e Sranrt 8cnemo lclerrea to Dat whom ho spoke! laid the law down to the
having no reference ro it. jJiut now, t e0.ier 0f th6 revenue ring, and
Planting vacant lauds in timber mak- cems, air. neiper a projocc ps coming 10 8ometi,jn had to gxe way or bust. The
- ififf tiees is rettinir to be a recular bnsi- lronc uesoiutious naro oeen oqt-rea 1 raet cave way Mott followed. Ball
ness in some iwtions of the West, The iu t,,e Senate am the Hnse authorizing and the pcolib9 are the bosses of the Re-
Wack walnut is a favorite variety for this ." i-resiucnt to fippoini a commission 10 pablican camp.! Exit Mott. Nono so poor
purpose. Those who may save nuts for TiaJt Central Americarand theStates in now as to do fam reverence. Ball the
this purpose, should, spread them on the e noimern pare, couin America, i as- Bantum slew the Dunghill and steps forth
ground and cover lightly with straw certain the views and feelings of the au- the cock of the walk. Mott is walloped
o other trash till planting time : other- thorities aud people on the proposed con- on his own ground. He has surrendered
wise if stored in bulk they will heat and n?ct,on- his isj mentioned; as tne di sc to tlie enenjy he despised inost-Ball
spoil. f , : introduction orthe lieiper fcheme to the Dongla88) Keogh, and "others.
publie tlirpagh the JJongress of the Unit
iThe Raleigh Kes & Observer of the H State8 but "A ma reasonably expect
J 6th i nst. announces the jjeatli of Major
; Basil C. Manly, Mayor of the city, on
. . Monday, morning last. He whs the son
of the late Gov. Manly. He bore a con
spicuous part in the war as -Captain of
the faraon8 Ramsear's artillert securing
two promotions first, from Lieut, to
aptain an'd second, Major of Artillery,
io wh)ch pitiou jjo served to Jhe close
jut tne war.' :
it will net be the; last. A liirge portion
of the line in this country is already built.
The whole remainder is estimated at
4,000 miles aud the cost at $200,000,000.
Darie Times: Judging from preparations
there will be a larger crop 'of tobacco
made in Davie this, than any previous
n .,.f u.iD,ii,nt u .ni.nAr year. unite a number 01 oar larmers
. . . , ; . - I report rust in the wheat. Some predict
this grand scheme is a man of no ordina- wU1 r DOt ,be more than fcwo
ry power. We have known and watched thirds of a crop: made, while others speak
his career Jrem the time he! was a lad of I powerfall v of the prospects. Mr. A. T.
sixteen or eichteen -Tears.! There was Kefler,bf this county, has constructed a
nAi.:t,na:nio,l.i0 .;i,:njL .t...fk I swing with seats sufficient to accommo
nothing particularly smkingin his youth, date elre perjlon8 at once. He proposes
except. ;iuat w a wiiaiu iDuiTiuuatitj ito attend p c nics. commencements, aud
which separated him as it 1 respects the lair public nieetinsrs with his invention
XrZ f l 1 ' T' li n PnltB and aims which mostly engaged and give pleasure seekers a pleasant ride,
rations for ythe coronation of; tho Czar, 15 -r 4 1 Married r at the residences of the
Alexander III. Everything that paint aud ..- j- j - bride arents on Wednesday evening,
iro., ' m-.6..... Mflv iy , now. Dv Kev. A Ij. raWIOl U.
the trowel can do to add grace and bean
tis freely called into requisition. But
ainid it flU there hovers over thecity and
the land like a portentous cloud, a great
djead thai disaster will on that day befall
flie Prince. The Nihilists are represent
as fully determined to destroy him if
time, for a short while, was suspected of I Mr. W. T. Woodrnfif to Miss Alice F.,
insanity. A residence of three 'years in daughter of CoU A. M Booe.
I The Industrial Eecicw undertakes to
snow that it is possible to grow in the
Southern States the" cinchona tree, from
he bark of which quinine is maunfartur
fd. The Agricultural Department at
Vashingtou has given the subject Mime
Attention for the last 15 years, with re
ult4 whjch cannot Ue termed succchj
tut whicWare not without encoiiragemcut
o believe that the more southern por
iops of the Atlantic and Gulf States may
et afford a favorable solution to the
California, wrought a remarkable change
in the youth. Ho returned thence brist
ling with health, strength and energy,
suggesting a change about like that from a
lamb td a grizzly, bear. His first work
after his return was to write a book on
his California experiences and observa
tions. His next, the "Impending Crisls,,,
which made him money in the Northern
States, and lost him friends in the South
ern. This work doubtless hastened the set-
Monroe Enquirer: 15,796 bales of cot
ton bare been sold in this market for the
year ending May 1st. A patent was al
lowed Mr. R. P. Davis for his Cotton
Cleaner, on the :4th. Mr. Davis has made
arrangements to have them built here.
-A party of gentlemen will leave Men
roe on the 14th tor Wacamaw JLabe.
where they go for the purpose of fishing,
hnnting, &c., the "&e." constituting not
a small part of the enjoyment; Favor-.
able reperts from all . sections come to ns
of the small grain crops.
Ati nA I n . 1 k a IT!.; 1 a. .1
jauestion can wf,li,-..,;.,i.i..i u.ivu.m ..pVviu. iai. granu
, y rr. v -rMluC . j scucme UAle raUrpad meDt!oned above
l !ant.Pflnl hovrnn . ti. "U: We trnst he may ivo to ee i its consum-
1 sr ' j uiu ui uuuuci;
iui teats on water in a dress of Judia rubf
Jer gave an exhibition at Wilmington,
ast Friday, which the -ar sajs was inr
crestuig, ana cluited rounds of
tlemeutof the question of emancipation of CTand ts ; tournament, with rifles.
the negroes. 11 i next, after the war, was I shot guns and pistols, which will be open
"No Joke," in which be came down on to the world, the citizens of all the snr-j
the negro and all inferior races, which he roumhn counties being especially mvit
..wi.. '..Ci ' -1 U !' j,r led to attend and take a hand. f
eiKlenvored to n rtw wpm dAnmrl fix fall I
t .i , -i, t j l Newbern 2Tut ShcUt . A black walnut
u..w .row ui voo touomn- groye tl,at waa pIanja; by a Wisconsin:
able white man, whose career.was always farmer twenty years ago on some waste
lano: was recently sold lor $:7,uuu The
A'tneetiog of jke North Carolina Frnit
Grower's Association fwill ,bo held at
Jtalelgh, Tuesday, 23cl inst.,' to discuss
matters of interest taf the Association.
Reduced rates have Wu secured orer
1 uiL unuix .
hare a first
rate - West
1.1 - L tilt C U L J il 1 !
Have now;theu entire btocK 01 new bpnng and Summet Goods I
WHICH THEY ARE SELLING VERY, VERY CHEAP AND At
7 miles north of Concord,
Or to the subscriber: at Salisbury,
J. G. lU-CV-ONNACGMET.
Adgusta soeiety j and peply boasting of rn ' cord jfeaister. requsted to copy.1
uis purpose to Dieaa up au aiiegeu -mu-1
atto nngVhich controls the politics ot
this portion-of Georgia."
NE17 DRUG FIBH!
Their Dry Goods, Notion and Clothing Departments have been selected with great
New Stock of Shirts and Underwear: l
it the !
The nndersiimed have associated them- SHOES. BOOTS and SLUT .bus as cneap as any mine roariset tne sssortment l.
selves together under tlie firm name of yyi ,Uwn rpAmei mm. nmkwri mfiw;ww .J:-,
laUJiaaT ana vljujx w wa www am auui ju v &a cArgSS.
" y"y: ' - , HenVHats at 10 cent& - ' !: " r VT
dnEENviLLi, S. C.,1 May 12.-At a THtlU. f . IVLUI 1 L GL UU.f
mass meeting of the Baptsist convention J for the purpose of coriducting the Drug
last night, ip aid of nitision work in JNew and Apothecary business, at the stand so
Orleans, addresses were delivered oy liODg occupied by Theo. x . Kluttz.
Dr. Xandrum,"of New Orleans, and Dr. I 8hall al all times; keep a full stock of
Lansing Buirows, of Kentucky, i At the all Goods in our line, and respectfully solic
close of:hichljre8S.Dr. Burrows made an it the patronage of our friends and the
earuesc appeal ror ouniriuuuous io niiinuDlic iinjiiw. r. ivjui iiu,- -
the! 'chorch ih3bt. and succeeded In seen- JO Hlff WHITEHEAD,
. r --. . . , - , . . .
ring $5,000i a" large part in cash.
Tn6 c'ouv ntibh to' day was opened .with
prayer by22ev- W.iD. Elkius, of South
"Carolina. 3h6,-report of the committee
on foreign-mission s,Tecomraeuding renew
ed-iligenca in 'thfe field, was adopted.
The?-usual idevotioual exercises were
conducted at 10 Vcicfek, wfth H. K. Elly
r i nt.ij a
auf oi nicaiuouu, 111 ae ciiair. senator
arswn, oiy ueorgia, was present, anu ai
the special Invitation of the convention,
made an address urging the great impor-
MT- . A t. ;ll !.
tnncv oi missionary wtrK. especiauv in
China, and referring to Uo 'present as es
8eatially a -missionary are. with all the
discoveries of science, t'ae commercial
intercourse of nations ani the facilities
for speedy travel and transportation con-
4 1 . A. . . f t
inuuuug . io great opportunities or me
church in spreading the -gospel. The
report f tlie-committee on a mission to
the Chinese in California, recommending
ao increased appropriation for the work,
The afternoon session of the conven
tion' was consumed in hearing the reports
of various Committees. The committee
of .the" Europeau mission recommended in
creased appropriations. The committee
on the Imme'uission board recommended
the reraovaLof the board from Marion,
Ala., to Atlanta, Gt., and the report was
made the special order for to-morrow
CICERO R. BARKER.
The? mean to feed you with tho Best Flour, Meats, Sugars, Teas, Ccffees, Syr
Potatoes, Tomatoes, Tapioca, iiacaronia, corn Starcli, &a, .
They have'as fine FLOUR asis made in the United States,, Also
' The test 10 cents Sugar in Town, "- i T iri
Full stock of Corn, Meal, Shorts and Bran. : New stock of Glass and Table Ware?
"Agents for Coat's Spool Cotton.- New supply of 5 ent8jrricks'(li ; 5
Call and see them before you buy as they have a thousand th ings not mentionf d. t
IL W. TATtOB, IL F Arams E. F. Tatum, Salesmen. 4 y - ..April 6th, 18
We are now daily receiving our Second
Stock for this season. We have added many
SELDOM EQUALED! . ,
j . j NEVER EXCELLED
A P D I S O RS ' S y
If iiOBS COMPLETE MAJNURE
A LARGE LINE
GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
. i i
An Elegent line of
IIAMBUKGS AXD LACES.
Our Stock of DOMESTICS is more complete
than ever before.- -
Novelties in '
j ' ;
OUR GINGHAMS AIIE BEAUTIFUL,
and are reduced in Price to 12 cts.
At the nbiht session the convention
was. devoted to the subiect of foreign tins is cts. cneaper than tncy were ever
w I -
missions. before feold.
Its Ears Stick OuC
wretfrhejl, niiserable, Aveather-
I plause from the immenses crowd gather-
1 .1 T , . . - - I . " ' ' '
! P" 8Uwre " " tata to see him. beaten, dilapidated old party, which
VSwateW iTSYu W?? - negroes and aj launch wbHeinPharbbrs, a band of music
ibQvp the wives, cant build rafts and white men whe ought to know better, has larS library. -An unfortunate accident
trees, are ynow jfrorav sixteen to twenty
i t xi- u ' L x .
mcues lurougii. imrij-oue tonnsts
are on their way around the world in a
steam yacht. They started from England!
in October, and reached San Francisco!
about a week iago,having visited the
Mediterranean ports and the Pacific is-,
lands. The entire vtrip will last ten
months The passengers are of both sexes.
and each pays $2,500, for which they en-s
joy excellent fare, the nse of a steam
Jceok upjtt them. :0nd do pretty much called itlf by :tr 'Repnblf,
'frn ire iic6-r
ri. n 4h,-t occurred on Tuesday, to mar the pleas-f
- " r -yV1. f4r ' IMi. ?J- Mrs. S.Xane, Mrs. Solomon Scott, Pearl
pendent iAnti-rrohibition.i'LibY.ral" Powell J tlie bright little ftaniriii f rK,n1.
y CHISK3E fx San FRASciscoBihon Ud what not; knd failiuff to fool anv- Albert Powell, and Mrs. Scott's little ho v:
Lomax, of the colored Methodist church, body with any of : these names, has now Charlie, wre in! a boggy, when the horse
Iwho recentlr ."tUSm1 -x. n li- .i.'- - , became frightened and ran awav. dashins
ij 5. " i r -vc cuies, uu lc,, He Dame OI ,w , ... . - MnJ
: --y -f vkuovu
animal kicked out
vehicle struck the
on the Dartv. Th
bruised, the little
nd the .litlle bxjy,
tt iriTt, "ni- t ?PaDee ' ouuesvme uanamric. so mat ne was leit at the farnj no til yes
..... - . iiiuwto ! nave tlii-Pl . UI 1 . Mar mnrn nc Tvhn l.o nroa i.x
f vimu oi more I t ' ' .i . : . Dom nnd U wm fnnnil tlrf i.t. -n-.
....... , uiiiiiiriis u. uuilHr.1. I Ii.. I : ri - '.w hna naa hA .t Iko. x. . -
.control iilM.it .. fV.,,.H, ..rin-'lZ:: ftaiHlM-rof tl. tJtiS!- i?..-i -iU -J rr".w".""r'. rf f ?uwnuer oi jue
!r t.h Mv' s""ri :rX:i.r ",cr ,::y: S " yj.r !?cu pany were almost, tuiiy recovered from
iv- . j -?-vwfi i hid u. cement i .iiiUiii a ojhkv or viiinai.if i cue nrr f in a..,i0n-. vAaoin
of some proniineut citizen il.v! i.." .5.. "..:. .. . . " . . - ; V . j 'Zl?.vriW'i
2lvei Hie IU AVinff in-AM. ..x. AMUinnntg nnl n. :r..' tm. lxt tt . I
? V. . os'"'lv' wyfi iac: j'i'v.., wuy HUiuuj jujfc wiu. "Ann-1 a smasu-up, when the
f '4r - very oeautjfally laid roo.n. i ne j"Anti-i$ourt)on JJemo- ot Harness, w hen the
cracy !" Hai The aniuial fliathum tree it was overturned
.ptt,11- ? three -hundred nronnd BnJ,...'! d two ladies were badly
uiuuaou u. ueany every nation iu tjieLo a , .. f ' . hn not faqchMinrt a
1 world. There are about aeviairr.n we;a know its voice : and besides, its f oo-uJ?
ci i auiiih nun - ntpir . j
-.lrtxx i.r . I.! - . xf . , .r : i"u lulge ; tvirknif if . A ..nri
jjmavcb i "yuuiji iu ine.city. auu i their 1. " nwu vui.uu,
presses. ' ' : - j J Iwrittiat all southei-n hippjng
.Forty1years-trial iat proved BLACK-
DRAUGHT" the best liver picd'cif.e in
Itheir Ja,nuses. their Idofa ana UhVir fr
. y 4 " mu i,taiQ iur iue conr
ewbuituu ui iue; uDiiea states.77 : This is
Raleigh NeirsnSe Observer:
iX ASH VII.LE, 1 EXN., Alaj it, I IMS
representative ! body of tho Methodist
Episcopal church, composed, for the most
paTtj of lead igig ministers and laymen in
the Sooth, is re mart a bio for abilty and
conservatism . The careful attention aud
consideration1 which characterize the leg
islation, especially as t:o questions relat
ing to changes in the law or economy of
the ."'"church, justify the opinion that no
errors will be committed. The personnel
of the body is strikingly pleasing. The
North Carolina delegation, by their dig
nified and orderly deportment, command
the attention jhf the body, and arc respect
ed for their intelligence This is a deserved
tribute bestowed by one who is not a
delegate, but a close observer. A dis
tinguished divine from another Confer
ence, while addressing the body, referred
ta it as "the noble delegation from the
grand efd State of North Carolina."
One of the chief objects of interest to
the Conference and church generally is
the Vanderbilt University, situated at
the west end of Nashville, on a command
ing elevation, which affords fine views on
every side. The foundation of the insti
tution is, as is known to the country, due
to the muuificence of the late Cornelius
Vanderbilt, of New York, whose first do
nation of $5Q0,000 was made on the 27th
of March, 1873, which was subsequently
increased to $1,000,000. The grounds
comprise sevTfenty-tive acres, are beauti
fully laid out with walks and road-ways
and adorned with flowers, shrubbery, and
a bhndred Nineties of sbade trees. These
with the bqildings, rising in stately gran
heiirj afe iueeping with the grand de
sign: af the founder. The buildings Uni
Wsity ; hall pScience iiall and Wesley
hall, are conimodiohs and complete in all
iueir appointments, ine Wesley hall
waaadottyoiversity through the
speciaK-clWatfoh of $150,000 made by
Wm.11. Vanderbilt, in August, 1879.
theeurricfclom-of the University is of
liigh standard, enibracinng twelve schools
in the acadfiXHC icon Vse, besides tlie bibli
cal, law, medical and dental department
and department of pharmacy. Its facul
ty is composed of more than forty instruc
tors men distinguished in their profes
sions.. . '
- The 27tlr of May, the (birthday of the
founder of the Uuiversity, is celebrated
by the two hterary societies as "Fouu
ders Day," jvheD their j orators contend
for the !Founders Medal.?
' The ma'tnculates for the session of
1881HB3 nam'ber 6a of i whom 12 were
from North Carolina. i
The conference is addressing
the important duty of electing
The peculiar fitness of the; men suggested
is-thoroughly'; can vassedj so that wise
and proper selections may be made. It
will bodeUttuined to select at least four.
North Carolina presents one of its distin
guished ministers as eminently suited to
rxirtn unH t . ' - o uiouim uec.arauon mat we nave hntt
f he worldT
4f Thepj F. Klutts's I nggerated. - .
loin in Imtifyin tlmt fnnullant tti BeMbllna ' nartv.
- vfJ in.uewi, nnd that I the charges nV.e pt ,ana 10 "aana were submerc
V : ?W)Ut .fcS!auUre grossly cx- Tlti ' vJ. V"?"?
ill rnnnn on
esumareu loss t to 4 the State f im rwv
uiwc aou ou.uuu nogsneaqs of sugar; Te
the high" office and in every way
of - meeting - the requirements
hurchJ - ' - r
Ko" hesd-ache for bark-che for lsdiep
hrho drink y WINE OF CABPUt." j
i - - y At lheo.K Kuttjs.
A HEW'STOCZ OP
Bought sines thejreat Seduction
in thesa cods. t
. TOBACCO, CORN AND COTTON. i
i , o . r '"' !::
No fertilizer ever introduced has undergone severer tests, or ccme out of them with a totter
record, than the ' '. '1 ,
"STAR BRAND" G0L1PLE lE i.lAflURE.
It han been in OBe in Virginia since 1873, and during that time has been applied to all kinds
of soil under every variety of reason. Evidence that it haa given general and great 8liiit.r
tion is found in the fact that since its introduction over Z0,GUU TUla have been wldUi
in this market alon ; and also in letters and certificates from ; t !
5,000 Fanaets and Planters ! I
of Virginia and North Carolina, who have used it from one to eight veanall going ;lo .
tablish it as a fact that, aU things considered, it Is Equal to any and Surpassed by none.
We offer it with great confidence for use on the TOBACCO, CdTTON. and C0KX cropi"
to be planted in 1882, with the assurance that it is in all reftpect fully equal to what it hu
been in the past.. Knowing the materials which enter intojls i"ompotition, and manufadw!
ing it under our personal supervision, we Guarantee the Standard, . '
It has been the aim of all connected with thiaCJuano to produce the best possible fertilizer!
at the lowest possible cost, and claim that our extended experience and unusual resourcei and;
facilities have enabled us to approach this more nearly than has been done in any other fertil-F
izer with which we are acquainted. Those who. have becn-using it unite in the opinion that
By its Use the Consumer Gets the Greatest .Benefit from the Smallest Outlay.
An ordinnry application of this Guano will cause an increase of 10Q to 200 per cent, in qna--tity
at the same time improvingthe qnality and hastening the maturity of the crop. It ii
especially adapted to .
Its use promotes growth, prevents the attacks of the "fly," and makes healthy, stoclj plants'
with thick leaves and an abnndaqce of roots, which bear transplanting much better than tboH
raised with Peruvian Guano.
ALLISON & ADDISON,
- . Manufacturers, Richmond, Va.
For rale by J. ALLEN BROWN, Salisbury ; R. M. KOSEIiORO, Rowan Mills; CTi
LOWE. Lezinsrton. and hv asents at all important punts in V ireinia, ISorth CarpAna, FottUt
Carolina, and Georgia, at prices as low ami on as liberui term as any other standard high;
grade fertilizer. Ve solicit your confidence and patronage. ifcom
A SUCCESS AT LAST.
More Hats and Cheaper
We thank our many friends and customers
for their liberal patronage, and shall try to
meet their requirements by keeping a full as
sortment of fresh.Goods, at low prices. Hop
ing to have your continued favors, we are
J. Ft ROSS. T. T. MERONRY. S AT.T.qRTIR Y. N..
INVENTED AND PATENTED BY
A TkirTXTTorno A airiTj'a; Q itv I THIS MACHINE is a rdain wooden tank fined with Conner or iralvanized iron,
made Of same niftnl n1 nf cnffinipnt voinht Thio TJllor-outlioro tho nir while 1)1
f X1 wl . V a O 1 e T.. X - X 1 . . ' .C" ... . . .
vru nraai iiio u u ui uuuc, ueil. Bll ins- DftCK anrt tnrth nvor tho flnthoa fhrrimr nir nnH u-t.r I imtinh the fhric. A I S1UI
the late resi deuce of Daniel j Beaver, I will time the steam is thrown ud through the ocrforated nines underneath from the bottom
sell at public auction the personal property of the tank. There are wooden strips between the nines so as to protect them and for
hlonTinr t.n ma sr.Atf rnneutincr nf nn iL i.xx . ' :
0 -y - ..v...6 ... yuu i a Buiuuiu UUUUU1 liiune laDK. ' ' J
mule, three head of cattle, 4 sheep, 2 hogs, The process is simple : anv one can operate the machine. First, soan the clothes an
a lot of bee hives, a wagon and farming distribute them evenly about four or five inches thick in the tank. Turn on enough ws
tools of all kinds, one buggy and harn&ss, ter to cover them-tn nn Rtnnm nnd mn tho Rniior hric and fnrth until the wtttr
a set of blacksmith toojls, hay and straw, is colored. Turn tho anA lot the wato flf A drl froch ntor nd repeat th
household and kitchen furnitur of all kinds, three or four times, and you find the clothes are thoroughly Unshed without the hg
an2.ay.nt,bror r" ained- e injury for. there no rubbing process employed, the Roller having rounded edgciW
ikxo p. e-ie-vaii. as to Prevent anv Wear nr rnttintr A-loo handl-orfhiof ran o washed as we Uw
. ... . qnilt. "This Machine is in operation at Meronev & Bros.H MachimrShop, where IMJ...
auiltlw-Ail persons indebted to thel willrbe manufactured at as small a cost as nrtsslhle. Anv one havinc a steam boiler
estate of Daniel Beaver, dee'd arereauested otwmHnn on
' a i r w 7- va uu i uiaiuucB a v riiia.ll Lwot csiivs chiui-vv. (
a . . . - a am m a J M V I'll
to mate early settlement, and all persons person can do the work of ten wash-women in one day and do the work better.
uaving claims against me estate are noun- -3... . , i,. - , ... . , , , , - . ,
ed that they must present them to me on
or before the 10th day-of May, J883, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their re
covery. J. V. PETCHEL. Adm'r of
May th, 1882. ( Dan'l Beaver.
Notice1 to Creditors I .
All persons having claimsagainst the es
tate of Isaac Linker, deceased, are hereby
noiinea to cxniou ine same to tne unaer
sigued before the 10th day of May, 1883.
Tuis Apni aytn,aa. j ;
J. W. MAUNEY, Adm'r.
29:It-pd. i i
"It is also a good wool-washer.
I3F"State and County rights for sale by the Inventor.
in every town in the State.
fj. R. KEEN & CO;
SALISBURY, fl. C, . t
For the Sale of Engines and Boilers' of All met,
stiles NEW and SECOND HAND. Also
Saw Mills and Machinery generally: i
--r-.--x.x-i:;-ofi SnVi-Arrents wait
18tf gaT"Mention where you sawthis notice.
SHINGLES & TOBACCO BOIS.
Orders tor Lumber, gTeen or klln-drted. Shingles
and Tobacco Boxes, filled oa- short notice. -
Also, for sale, 1 nail Gin with self-feeder aad con
denser, ana l centennial cotton Press, by
S. J. TATUM & CO.,
S8:lm-pL f Jerusalem, N. C.
An agent to canvass in, Salisbury for mem
bers to the Men akd Womek's Mutual Re
lief AssociAtioiv. Lady preferred. Hon
orable and profitable. Apply at once to
W. W. McLaugbxix, agt.,
tf i Salisbury, N. a
Blactmer anil i Henderson, -
) and Solicitors.
SALISBURY. p. C.
JaBuay22187d ti.j ' - i '
THE LEADING COTTON FERTILIZER.
The oldest and most reliable brand sold, and of the high est grade the comej.
slue bein? several dollars higher tlian nineteen-twentietns oi ine ierauzcrs lu
narnlina TCn fprtiliTor haa rrivon orrpnff?r cfttisfnrtinn nn rrneral Crons and all kinds
- .. . . .. . V J 5T
land than the "Pacific". For the last sixteen years it has been Bold in Kowan
joining counties. It is ofiered you again this year at same pnees asked tor tne
grades. . S!r-- ;. . . ' . ; Vj .
THE GOr.lPOUND AGIO PHOSPHATE,
Manufactured by Faclfic Guano Company!)
T of the hisrhest erade and for COMPOSTiNG itas no Superior and in case Jtt
have not enough time for making up compost heap, it can le done in the drill after rj
paring your ground and let lie, covered, until planting time I - U 1 j -t
JOfficc front room over Crawford's llalware. 1 j.