THURSDAY, MARCH 27, J?84.
It was announced some weeks ago that
there would be perfect harmony between
Once Mors: ! The people of North
Carolina have ratified by their votes the
present county government system no
less than three time, and they considered
well what they were doing every time
thev votee for it. Is that not enough f
A Flood in the Mississippi river is
causing great distress in the valley of
that stream, submerging thousands of
acres of land, and chasing off the inhabi
tants liviug on its shores. The levees
have broken in several places and the
waters, which are still rising have spread
far and wide into the country.
Oh no. The Republicans will run it
the Republicans and Liberals, acting to- again in the next canvass just as though
aether as one party. It will be remeni- jt were a new question.
bered that in tie last canvass they were! It is an easy thing to teardowu ahtouae The Rev. J. S. Heilig, says the Con
ooMAorliaf u t firma nnrnosM that theY I knf if - L-od utm-lt tiuia Anil lnlMtr fn build coiil Reaister. has accented a call to the
OUUlaJWVViMi -r --- mr L - f l i v ium o pnfim w ipr.. ' " - - I J r
nnnarentlv held separate State con ven-one. The present county government j pastorate of the Lutheran church at Har-
tione, owe a week behind the other, though system has worked well and subserves par's Ferry, Va., and regrets the loss of
the leading spirits of each were the same the best iutereata of all parts of the State, so able and faithful a minister of the
in both. The recent announcement aJ- The people have reputedly declared in Gospel and so pleasant a tuinuy.
luded to conveyed the idea that the Lib- favor of it. why then ask them to poll it
erals were going to identify themselves down and make another f
with the Republicans fully and complete
ly ; but more recent events contradict this j A negro preacher named John Clarke,
very decidedly. The same old game of I 0f Cincinnati, Ohio, has created consider
the Liberals is to be played. They are excitement in Baldwin a
still to pretend that they are Democrats coanties
they will swear to it if necessary and 8peches
even claim to be better Democrats than tUeni j,, tue woods away from the ears of
Anyone else; with this difference : they white people. He is calling ou the ne-
an't swallow bourbon Democracy. Thus to rise and batcher the white peo-
we shall have Capt. Price, Col. William pie, killing all, old and young, sparing
Johnson, of Charlotte, and J. M. Leach, ODT the girl children. H4s incendiary ism
of Davidson, murine aronnd making tfniilii out after a while, and the white
"A miserable thief," says an exchange,
broke into Mr. 's store and stole 20
cents broke in nt a back window, etc.
If he had stolen $20,000 it would have
nd other 1 ocen a 9ran& robbery, and no misery in
I it . 4 ill A .-v f fit A MkAA
to the negroes, delivered to
MRS. KATE MEDEMTACH,
Is pleased to announce to the ladies of
Salisbury and surrounding country, that
. I 1 IITT T tXTPUV OTADU !-
speecues ag...v iuo .uuu peopie oocaming aw. - " Crawford's new building on Main Street,
cj" just aa they did two years ago. n is work, put the sheriff on bis tract, ana adjoining the room formerly occupied by
a cute arrangement of the Republicans, to no1f the would-be second John Brown, 1 Blackmer &, Taylor as a Hardware House.
which party they all belong body and woxx& rather be in the jungles of Africa She is prepared to fill orders and respect-
. f thaui, the briar p.tch of Geo... He SLlfiS
stars, wno so louoiy proiesscu iu mo turned tue ueaas 01 a gooa raauy iiegims. article not in Store. Believes her work
canvass to be Democrats, but opposed to Uvho have since quit work and commenc- will not only give satisfaction but pleasure.
Hi "hanrbons " &c. L,l tli.dr nrenarations for tho proposed Will fill orders promptly and at charges
Tb. -U ! Mlllg iMta betw- gneml the 31 of M.,eU iu. SJfftJSS: &SS
the Liberals and Kepuuucans two years No doubt lie lias done miscuiei oy oring- and embroidery, also free hand drawing
age was, which af them was the kite and jDg others into trouble, and for which ho for Mottos, Hat bands, Handkerchiefs, &c,
which was the tail. The Liberals waut- ouci,t to be hung. any size, plain to elaborate.
-j i ti i.t ...j Kino u. . . I Mar. 27:tf.
Ou 10 u3 iiir mivcf aim mo iuu wuv iv
publicans swore they would not be the
tall to any such kite. They have had
this question up before the Republican
magnates at Washington, President Ar
thur among them, and the rumored re
conciliation alluded to above was under
stood at the time as the result of confer
ences held there. It appears, however,
that policy has constrained the party
leaders to leave the question unsettled,
cedars that grow beside
if they can by professing to be Democrats
but opposed to the "bourbons." They
will advocate every plauk of the Repub
lican platform ; and even some of the
measures of the Democracy ; but it is
well understood, that though they may
not be the Republican kite they are a
necessary part of it, and will come iu for
their share of the divide should they joint
ly carry the State. It is to be a game of
cheat just as it was before, and they will
interchangably play kite or tail according
to the company they are in.
No Protection Needed.
Columbus, Ga., has a practical cotton
manufactarer who has also studied the
tariff question as affecting his business.
Mr- W. H. Young, president of the Eagle
and Pheuix Manufacturing Company, of
Columbus, says the proposed reduction
in the tariff would have no effect what
ever ou the cotton industries of the
South. He says a reduction of 20 per
cent., on heavy goods would hot enable
either England or the Eastern States to
compete with the South, and illustrates
jt thus ;
t -ii J - I. .. A i- ..II. viri.
ly ail OU.U8 llie IIHUUBUIUVBI nmn nun- i y-yy,
; il... L J ..t ,.,.,,..,,, v,r-..ltli fa I """"
ID UN UUlUCIg Ul III1Q UIUIUUI rt MHVII I i1M 5j Wfc 4 fy 4
that which extends between those stately ilftVftl lOVCO ItlUtUCT liCuOVI
the historic S
AUD PRICES CUBfiJT.
The first number of a
Devoted exclusively to the interest of
will be published
SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1884,
containing the latest information from all
the markets in the world, respecting
Moravian graveyard in Salem : aud the
town cemetery which is on the hill-side
near by is tho lovliest place to be laid
away tnat a person wno Happens 10 oe
fastidious about such things could nnd in
many a day's travel. State Chronicle. .
True, it is a sweetly quiet resting
n'.nrp. Hut we are reminded, just here.
and to let Liberals go before the people of a higllly r8pected but not very rever
as they did two years ago, aud fool them .. , (lM Fr.ni.imi-n. wi10 f.n fiick i
Salem a good many years ago, and
thought he might need a resting place
soon. He sent for the Moraviau minis
ter, who was rejoiced to think that sick
ness had brought the old gentleman to
the point of making his peace before his
the values of all articles used by
departure iuto the presence of the Judge PRODUCERS
of -all the eartn, and obeyed tne sum- Subscript Um $2.50 per annum covering
mous with alacrity, and very naturally postage.
lost no time in introducing the subject
of the soul's salvation. Bnt tho sick
Frenchman met him whMhe prompt re
ply "No, no, I no 6end for you for that.
1 want to sav to you that if I die don't
have me buried np here iu this d
Liberty (Winston), but give me a place
in your grave yard. It was a very wet
blanket for the parson, but the boys
about Salem got hold of it nnd passed it
along the line with zest.
Specimen Sent on application.
R. DUNDAS CHATER,
187 Pearl Street,
24:3t NEW YORK.
"THE EXPOSITION NEWS,''
Mr. P. C. En j 88, well and favorably
known to many of our people, will com
mence publishing a 20x28 weekly news
paper tho-beginning of April, of the
above name, in the especial interest of
C. M. ATWELL,
AT FRONT WINDOW OF
Davis' Fxirixitxiro Store
Main Street, Salisbury, N. C.
Will repair Clocks, Watches. Jewelry, etc
All work warranted, niu aiso Keep a iui
line of Mew First-Class Clocks.
Try me and save money by having good
work done at living figures.
March .18, 1884. 6m
SALE OF TOWN LOT!
Rv virtiifl nt a deeree of the Sunerior
"The com nan y over which I preside the Exposition, but devoted generally to 1 Court of Rowan county in the case ot An
Mnanmu akniiV ivi tmi.. nf ttnn nor t!ii intM-rst of tliP.Rhifft ant. th bnfti- I drew Horton and wife, and Minnie Beard
. . . . i l- rr.i. : j I acamst James B. Beard and others. I wil
11 m ir a n r y iwrlnml mill nnnttiiiiinrr I VUG u rk I II. 1 linillliu. I H III 1 In I M I '
UHJ A 1 UUglflUU Ail 1 1 I tUUOUUllUg 1 mww - ..-w. g.w..f..w. " -
n..a a. .i i.i i . 1 1 -re ju- 6n xt k mif mJtm :u
ui;ii auiouui. oi eoiiou wouiu nave io i o uio. iui w hw. ,vw wpros iu lQtll J)AY OF APRIL 1884
ouv Fca uiyr uiuio iui n niau n cul lur, tooucu. at the Couri Hoage door ,n the town
this compjAy, aud a mill in England j I Salisbury, the following-lot ot land lying
would hav to pay more than that. , May 20th. Tho annual celebration of and being in the town of Salisbury, in tbe
"The advantages are so groat that the this day at Charlotte, bids fair to be ob- ga? asi square oi.saia town, on iverroi
tariff, if entirely removed, woald not served this year with more than ordinary NJn n "R onntimn, nn: more or
enable England to compete with this
country, on heavy weight goods, and if
the tariff was removed on all articles that
enter into the cost of manufacturing,
then this country could command the
markets of the world and the supremacy
of England would be ended."
Again he says: "I believe the manu
facturing interests in this county with
their natural advantages, if free from all
tariff legislation, would soon make the
United States the manufacturing center."
Mr. Yor ng is not speaking at random.
Ha has made repeated trips to England
in successful prosecution of his busi
ness and has diligently studied the whole
subject in all its relations. His opinion
js therefore entitled to great weight,
iuterest, the notes of preparation for it
seeming to indicate this. We note just
now, that Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton, mem
ber of Congress from Ohio, has consented 1
to deliver tho leading speech. Other
distinguished gentlemen about Washing
ton are expeeted, anions them Mr. Car
lisle, says the Obmrer, has accepted an
invitation to follow the orator of the day.
Terms of sale three-fourths cash, and
one-femrth on the 1st day October, 1885,
with interest at eight per cent, from dav of
sale. J. W. MAUNEY, Com'r.
March 17th, 1884. 29:4t.
Congress. The holders of patents are
earnestly besieging Congress against the
passage of a bill designed to protect the
people against some of the evils of the
patent system.- One of hs provisions
protects the purchaser of a patent article
whether sold to him by au authorized or
unauthorized agent. It leaves the fraud
ulent seller responsible to the patentee
for the fraud, but releases the innoceut
bona fide purchaser.
The educational bill was under discus
si on iu the Senate on Tuesday, having
especial reference to the education of the
at ion-'s wards, the negroes : and in the
House (iu committee of the whole) ,4the
bonded extention bill' the design of
jrhich is to relieve the distills rs who have
made more whiskey than they can sell at
a remunerative price, aud to rescue those
b inks which havje advanced money on a
whiskey basis. '1 here is said to be 80,
OJO.OOO gallons locked up in bonded
warehouses, and that the holders of it
don't want to pay the Govern men t tax,
which will soon fall due on it, unless the
state of the market would justify. In
f other words they want to make the Gov
ernment a copartner with themselves in
the whiskey bnsiuess.
The old fisheries the Yadkiu-the
'Narrows" and the '.rFalJa" are non
productive up to this time. Indeed,
thev have rarely, of late years, paid for
;the tM8euiploycdrsind the veason for it is
said to bo the obstructions iu the river
About -the "grassy islands."
Edward Ray aud W. A. Anderson, the
sold blooded murderers of three peacea
ble citizens in a mica mine in Mitchell
county, confined in the jail of Buncombe,
awaiting trial, are causing some uneasi
ness by fears of their escape from pris
on, the jail in Asbeville not being consid
ered secure against their friends outside.
t he Governor lias ordered the sheriff pf
Buncombe with the military of Asheville
to remove the prisoners to Henderson.
J. RHODES BROWNE, Pbes,. W. C. CpART, SKC.
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage
A mother in Wilmington in haste to
deliver a uew message to a servant start
ing on an errand, sat her suckins child
on the floor on which there was a tub of STRONG,
water, and ran to the front door to deliv- PSOMPT, "
er the word. In the brief space of her . BELIABLE,
absence the child era tried to the tub and LIBETtAL.
fell into it head foremost. The mother Term Policies written on Dwellings.
pn returning snatched it from the tub Premiums payable One half cash and bal-
and with tjreat presence of mind employ- ance in twelve months,
ed proper means to restore its life, which, J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt. ,
says the Star, was well nigh gone. 23:6m. Salisbury, N. C.
Hon. Jefferson Davis made a short .OTIfE!
. ... : . . r .
lce.cu in me legislature ot Mississippi a Parties bavin? pfkhm ninaf or inAeht.
few days ago in which he said, if it were led to the China Grove Co-operative Asso-
to ao over again he would pursue the c""IOU are nounea tuat, py rower ot At-
sanie course he did in the sectioual con
test of J8m-65. That tho Southern neo-
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y yi ill 1 1 i m y mm -:. m j i if r 1V j f
"STAR Sj BRAND1'
R TP? E TWENTY YEARS during whicb we
I iiave IjT'cm g aud m.nnilar.i firing Fertilizers, we have
made the TobaCCO Cnor t!:e sul'joct A' special study and ex
tensive experiments, with tho ohjectol making the 1 jest pos
sihle Fertilizer for Unit crop, without, regard to analyses or
book vuhi .ions, The relative value of the different fer
tilizing muierials has been stmlicd in the Plant-Bed, in
the Field, in the Bam, and in the Salesroom. Our
is tlie product of the information and skill gained in this
continuous effort to improve, and we oiler it with great con
fidence as being the
VERY BEST FERTILIZE!! FOR BRIGHT TOBACCO
KLUTTZ k BUNDLE
Are still filling up with New and Handsome
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
To suit their many Customers, at Low Prices. They have just received a
LADIES' & MEN'S SHOES & RUBBERS
ment of Syrups New Orleans and Maple
Sugar Molasses in town 13 kinds.
They Hare 10 kinds of choice Coffee.
They Hsts 17 kinds of Chewing To
They Hare all kinds of Sugar, Cheaper
than ever before.
- They Hare a fine lot of Sweet and Irish
They Have as good Flour, Oat MPni
and Buckwheat Flour as ever was sold. '
They Have Pure Lard Meats, Fruits
Grits, Rice, Hominy, Teas, Cheese, Macal
roni, Prunes, Meal, Bran, and ShortsaU
ways on hand.
They Have a Full Stock of Table aad
They are Agents for Coat's Spool Cotton.
They Bay and Sell all kinds of Countrj
Everybody to come and see them before they
BUY or SELL
AS MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE ! cj
Jan. 34th, 1884.
D. J. Bostian
a J. A. Neelv
M. DAT IS,
Fiiriiiiflre Dealer Upholsterer,
FINE WALNUT SUITS,
&$bMm Cottage Suits, 20,25 and $30
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewine Machines Weed and Hartford.
yet made. Crops raised with it bring the highest
; average prices in all the markets of Virginia and
use notliing in its manufacture but materials of the
highest grade, which are known to be specially adapted to
this crop. We use no fiery ampioiiiales, ground leather,
horn, hoof, shoddy, or wool ivaziS, or other inferior or in
ALLISON & ADDISON, Manufacturers,
t&"I"OH SALE by Agcrts at all points in the Tobacco-Growing
Sections of Virginia and North Carolina.
J - ALLEN BROWN Agent for tlio Above. AIho
STAR BRAND GUANO forCotton, Corn, &c
0T ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
pU contended for a great principle which
though defeated by the war will yet pre
torney, the time to settle is limited to Jan
uary 1st, 1885. J. M. GRAY, Att'y
The story of the old farmer who alwnrs
gave good heaped up measure whea sell
ing his products because he could not af
ter death retnru to correct mistakes, is
again going the rounds of the newspapers;
and we are pleased to aajtliat we know
quite a number of farmers iu Rowan who
practice the same rule.
Send six cents post-acre, sad
i receive tree, a costly box of
groods which will help you to
'more money ritrht awav than
aoytaing else in this world. All, ot either sex, suc
ceed from first hour. The broad road to fortune
opens oeiore the workers, and Is absolutely sure.
m uuuc uureBa, i kuk & co., Augusta, Maine,
W hat right has Congress to tax a man's
tobacco or coru crop any more thau his
potato crop? - Charlotte Democrat.
AH presons indebted to me. either on
account or note and mortgage (for Guano)
are hereby duly reminded of such indebt
ness, ana are earnestly requested to make
settlement fromptly, otherwise tbe ac
counts will be subject, without further no
tice, to collection by legal process.
Dec. C, 4388. J. p. McNEBLy.
TIME & MONEY SAVED
To the FARMER and PLANTER
BY calling on the undersigned before purchasing elsewhere, for what you want iu
the way of
COMPOSTING MATERIALS AND GUANOS.
Having made this my special business for the last sixteen tears, during which time
NKAKLY ALL THE
now offered or sold here, HAVE PASSED THROUGH MY HANDS, I can Gcarntre
to satisfy veu both in QUALITY AND PRICE of my Goods, which have PROVEN
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE in the market, and the grade pronounced by our
to be the HIGHEST SOLD last year. My Goods are FRESH AND NEW. I have now
in store several car loads of
GENUINE GERMAN KAINIT,
(or potash salts)
with full directions how to use and compost. Have also the
"WAHDO' .'MASSA" AND "PACIFIC" ACID PHOSPHATES.
And iu AMMONIATED POODS the "OLD RELIABLES,"
SOLUBLE PACIFIC, STAR BRAND, NAVAS-
SA and LISTER'S.
Will also continue :to handle the "GREAT FERTILIZER for TOBACCO, THE
STAR BRAND SPECIAL TOBACCO MANURE," surpassed by pone. Special adver
tisement of same will soon appear.
A large lot of Agricultural Lime at reduced Prices.
18:3m J. ALLEN BROWN.
PACE'S WAREHOUSE !
UNION STREET, - DANVILLE, VA.
Is now opened and ready for business. We have
one of the LARGEST and most COMPLETE
Warehouse ever built
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
in the best leaf market in the United States.
A. Trial Is All Wo Ask.
Pace Bros. & Co.
nPPromDt returns and close
personal attention to consignments
"nose better made."
THE GREAT COTTON PRODUCER,
FINE AND DRY.
Over 200 AGEHS m Sold It !
HAVE USED IT!
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Reafl what Merchants say of it :
C. A. DUNWOODY & CO..Roswe11. Ga.,
writes: We believe the "Empire" equal
to any we have ever handled.
D. R. MOSEBY, Micholeon Station, Ga.,
says: lne cotton where it was used is
well fruited and stood the drouth finely.
G. M. GAFORTH, Shelby, N. CM writes :
Alongside of Acid Phosphate, mixed with
cotton seed, 'Empire'' paid best.
J. F. TOOLE, Wadley, Ga., says : I like
the "Empire" best because it is quick
taking hold and slow in letting go.
HOWELL & WILLIAMSON, Rome, Ga.,
writes : We are led to believe one ton of
your "Empire" is worth as much as one
and a half tons of any other fertilizer sold
ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIALS :
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 25, '84.
I used tbe Empire Fertilizer on cotton
ast year, and say bevond doubt it is the
best I ever used. W. M. Ritchie.
Salisbury, N. C, Feb. 20, '84.
The Empire Fertilizer I used on cotton
1 ast year I am satisfied is as good as any
other. C. A. Can up.
We have used different Fertilizers for the
last ten years and the Empire Fertilizer we
used last year on tobacco is the best that
we ever used. Fisuer & Cress.
Tie Basil Fertilizer Company,
OFFICES, NOS. 20 AND 22 SOUTH STREET,
For sale by
M. L. BEAN,
Salisbury, N. C.
THE VERY BEST.
The most snceessfnl Remedy ever dig.
covered as it is certain in its effects and
does not blister. Read Proof Below.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Denver, Colorado, April 22nd, 1882,
Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents : Four
years ago while in the employ of A. P. Per
ley & Co., Danvers, Mass., we had a horse
that became spavined during the first year
of my stay with them, and remained so for
four years, though we used every remedy
we knew or could" hear of but no araU.
Some time during the fifth year, (fori wai
in their employ between five and six years),
we were recommended to try KendalPr
Spavin Cure, and after using it two months
the Horse-was cured the enlargement hav
ing been entirely removed, and thus belieT
ing it to be a valuable medcine I fully re
commend it to all who have occassion touw
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Fremont, Ohio, Sept. 24, 1883.
Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen
Having had an opportunity of seeing your
"Treatise on the Horse" this Summer for
the first time I was induced to. try your
Kendall's Spavin Cure on a valuable horse
that had been lame since the first of April,
from a bone Spavin. I had blistered it
several times and concluded that my hone
would never get over being lame. Five
weeks ago to-day I commenced using Ken
dall's Spavin Cure and after using it three
weeks the lameness entirely disappeared.
It has been worth $80.00 to me.
H. H. House,
Mount Prairie, Minn., Sept. 24, 1883. -DR.
B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen;
Last Spring I had a valuable young horse
that from some cause got a very large lomp
about half way on his shoulder and war
very lame for a long time. I had the best
horse doctors examine her, some called l
one thing some another, one said the shoul
der was broken but none could cure it.
After I had tried the cure I went and
bought one bottle of Kendall's Spavin Cure,
ntl did not use one half of it before it was an
smooth and clean. Lameness all gone to.
As a horse liniment it is invaluahle.
Respect futty, Andrew Obe.
Tawas City, Mich., Sept. 1, 1683.
Messrs B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen:
Please send me a package of Prof Flints
Condition Powders. I have used Kendal""
Spavin Cure a number of years on a gooa
many horses and never saw its equal on
man or beast. I have given away many oi
t . : . i it, .,, kn if T roulu
not get another would, pot take $-5. 'or
mine Yours etc., F- RoM4fc
Alderson, West Virginia, Sept. 1883.
Please allow me to 6peak in the high
terms of Kendall's Spavin Cure for what
has done for my sen, in fact it cured W
of a bone, affection about the knee tn
baffled the skill of two of the best M. I
in our citv, Schenectady, New York.
D. Van Vbak
fin re a v r
Send for Illustrated Circular which
think gives positive proof of. its l -,
No remedy has ever met with such unqu
fied success to our knowledge, for be
well as man.
Price f 1 per bottle, or six bMtles
Alt IX,. 1 . .rot if. ii
aii uruggisis nave u or ian b"-' "jpt
or it will be sent to anv address on reccr
I of price by the proprietors. U? '
i Kendall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vfc
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST.
1 - w ff
,,-t t tor jr!
The "F. F. Y.," from the patent
mills, of Virginia, at f3.50, equal to the
best in the market. A trial is all that is
necessary to convince you. I also keep
Wilson's Extra Family Flour and all other
grades of flour. J. D. McNEELY.
DRS. J. J. O. M. SUMMER
OFFIC : j
CORNER MAIN AND BAMv .
8 to 10 A. m. and 3 to 3 r.