XV. THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY. N. C, HAT 29, 1884.
,lAMSH BARQUE R I ALTO,
Towards J. new,
ilonday,Jan, 18, 1884. Lat. 36
HN. Lon. 8 13' W. Lrst night
i . i il,. c , i. 1 1
bt odOCK we saw uhs mnm giimmer
T .. i . . r T7 T. .LJ
.l . ,rr htC HI fjU IIW. IL 1Y2SH I.I1H
a fiii i i ' u. w r - r - "
Eriih1 g'esi,B light-'10086 n
KLsan Vincent, South-west ex-
Jhitv of Portugal.- In connection
fith our sighting this welcome Wul
conitliere was given a striking exam
ple bf" the wonderful exact itud at
hibh the science of chronometrical
horology has arrived. After tea the
officjei were gathered around the sa
looq table engaged in 'working out'
the polar altitudes taken in connec
tion with the chronometer for obtain
ing 'the ship's longitude. That work
being completed we proceeded to
paric ont 8r posittion Tn the chart
joilote of the officers remarked that
toctrding to the results we were at
that moment only two minutes of arc
froit? the radius of Cape San Vincent
jigl t. Hardly had he uttered the
wonis when "Light on the port bowl"
an ringing down from the look out
in t is fore top. Between our real
bittion and that assigned to us by
ibrpnsmeter there was a difference of
only one second of time, equal to fif
teen seconds of arc or one quarter of
mile. Our chronometer was set
ith Greenwich time last September
tndi has been neither rated nor com
MfUVuice. At dawn the land was
pisijuly visible. This 'dawn by the
wajj, was a splendid example of cos
miil fraud, not at all like the spe
cies which is held out to the credu
lous public as an inducement to this
upfr-extolled region, but a misera
erable hybrid affair, a cross between
. L&ndon fog and a Scotch mist.
ibe vista wai not one to cause a
person to rush into a stream of rhe
toripal euthusjasni. ii fact there is
a strong family resmblanee between
Portugal and her exiled offspring
theiAzorcs. The-country is neither
msiintainous nor level, but covered
witji a kind of knobs, resembling
aoniewhat one of our Eastern saud
flat! sprinkled over with Gorgontuan
hajj-stacks. Unlike her less fortti
nale children, however, Portugal
abundantly makes up in historical
association all that she lacks in pic
taresque attraction. You forget her
undeniable homeliness in listening to
tne wonderful tale of her ancient
rabdeur and proud conquests which
le wafts to your entranced car on
le whispering land breeze,
On this very spot oik hundred and
jvfn years ago on Valentine's morn
hen love lorn maids and amorous
oujths filled Hie land with 'yum
ura' effusions, and the wrath and
urjlen of the postman alike waxed
eaVy, a very una in a to us scene was
ranspiring. Mars had profaned Cu
id's Sabbath, and Madams Brit tan ia
ern matron was at her accustomed
ipationf endeavoring to convince
e skeptical Frenchmen that she was
e bnl v and original mistress of the
ffere was that doughty old sea
a Sir John Jervis, whose undis-
Ujed eon tern nt for vp mnlish h rench-
51) was so great, busily engaged in
m sgreeabTe task of eradicating po
licial errors after the old theorv
- r ' - "
which treated heresies and liArtirc
as inseperable propositions anathere
fore to be exterminated alike. Very
fatigued indeed did the Frenchmen
become with Sir Johns red hot argu
ments and very much -mutilated did
they get with his comical persuasions
on that memorable lover's anniversa
ry. Many a sturdy Briton and gal
lant Gaul went down that fateful day
into the unknown depths, united in
the dread fellowship of death, that
mighty warrior who knows neither
Briton nor Gaul, neither Goth nor
Roman, but whose enmy is all man
kind, and whose battle field is the
world. Some years after that, Ad
miral Rodney and a cargo or two of
Spaniards had a difference of opinion
about Gibraltar, on the same spot,
during which argumeut the Angel of
Death claimed the majority of the
Iberians, It has been a long time
si nee this trifll ng 1 iU!e ooTitty , along
whoae shores we are now gliding has
played more than a (snpeV part in
the great drama of Europe, and of
late she has been satisfied with a seat
in the pea-nut gallery. Far different
was it with Lusilauia when Emanuel
the fortunate held sway over the
realm. 'Twas then "The voice of
Enterprise spoke from Sagre's tower,"
and the heart of the daring young
Vasco de Gama echoed to her call.
Then flourished the gallant Camoens,
at once soldier, sailor, poet and exil
ed adventurer. Those were the days
of Gomery, of Cartereal, of Cabri 1 lo
and of a thousand ether fearless spir
its and ocean knights. The very
names of tbe Portuguese explorers
and navigators of that awakened pe
riod would fill a book. Then the
"Portugee" was a stirring individual
and spread himself over the face of
the earth, exterminating and convert
ing, pirating aud exploring, swap
ping the Scriptures for slaves, trans
porting a cargo of Jesuits and relig
ion to Africa and a cargo of 'niggers'
and misery back again, and carrying
the insane gabble of Portuguese
tongues and the vile odor of Portu
guese garlic into the remotest regions
of the globe. The Portuguese Per
icles is dead now. Enterprise grown
hoary from unheeded adjurations no
longer 'speaks from Sagre's tower.'
The 'Portugee' having abandoned
the search for El Dorado about the
same time that he abjured the use of
soap and water looks back upon both,
with the contempt of superior loJigbt
enmeut, as vaiu dreams of a roman
tic epoch. The people having rent
ed their country and coasts out to
England tor a battlefield went to
sleep as one man aud at latest ac
counts this nation of sleeping beau
ties was still slumbering. The "Great
Allied European Circus" with a de
cidedly novel attraction called Carlo
III arrtved in the somnolent realm
ou its way to pain and sec up its
show in several Portuguese villages
but it did not seem to take well with
the Lusians, so it went to Spain.
There the novelty drew in a manner
that exceeded the wildest expectations
of the managers. It attracted an
immense amount of attention. In a
little village called Brihuega it drew
the attention of a gentleman named
Duke Vendome who attended the
f si a i
periormance ana Drought such a
crowd of his friends alone that the
proprietors were seriously incommod
ed, and so embarrsed that a good
many of them never got over it. The
survivors tore up & good deal of Por
tuguese territory in their frantic at
tempts to get over it, and remarked
when they had regained the sea-coast
that they had brought out a Carlo
.III, but he bad proved to be a car
load too before they got through with
him. In spite of all the surrounding
hilarity the lazy Lusians slept on.
The earthquake came along that way
cooped in a quantity of them, and
jolted op the survivors ; Napoleon
arrived on the scene and stirred them
up in his character of fairy prince,
but the sleeping beauties only grunt
ed, said an expletive and snored
again. I will wager that if we were
to laud at any one of the little white
sepulchre villages past which we are
now sailing we wonld find five men
and ten dogs asleep to every hundred
square feet of sunshine. The remain
der of tbe population would proba
bly be slumbering in the shade. Just
on our port bow lies the lovely little.
city of Lucas de Barrameda. Up
there on the brow of that gently slop
ing hill, bristling with fortifications
and long lines of glaring white bar
racks, lies a spot of emerald green
upon which the eye loves to rest from
the gleam and glare of the intensely
white buildings. Here it was that h er-
dinand de Soto, three hundred years
ago, mustered his brave band of adven-
urers, the flower of Spanish chivalry,
with Portuguese glittering iu burnish
ed armor,and Castilliaus" very gallant,
with silk upon silk. Upon the steps
of yon aged, gray cathedral, whose ta-
ering spire towers above the sur
rounding foliage of olive and cork
trees, stood the venerable 'padre'
when he invoked tbe blessing of
Heaven on the devoted band who
carried a cross to erect ou the banks
of the Father of Waters, and mana
cles for prospective slaves. From
hat lovely land-looked bay, rippling
in the sunlight, they sailed, the most
of them never to return. Far away,
across the fertile valley of the Gua
dalquiver, a few white spots are bare-
y diseernable, gleaming amid the
luxuriant vineyards. These charm
ingly situated villas are the outposts
of the town of Palos a name which
deserves the eternal remembrance of
Americans, for from this place de
parted the intrepid mariner who gave
them their land.
TOWN OF SALISBURY, N. 0.
For the year ending May 14th, 1884.
To the Hon, Mayor and Board of Com
missioners of Salisbury, N. C:
1 have made a careful examination of
the Books aud Vouchers of the Mavor,
Clerk, Tax Collector, Cotton Weigher,
Hav Weisrber aud Treasurer, for the vear
just ended, aud respectfully make the
ACE'S WAREHOUSE !
NION STREET, - DANVILLE, VA.
ip 7i0v opened and ready for business. We have
e of the LARGEST and most COMPLETE
rehouse ever built.
B THE S ALE OP LEAF TOBACCO.
the best leaf market in the United States.
Trial Is All W Ank.
Pace Bros. & Co.
rrompt returns aud close J
pqnal attention to consignments.
Furniture ileaier, upholsterer,
FINE WALNUT SOFTS, - $58
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and $30
Woven Wire Mattresses. $7.50.
ARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
$2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
yng Machines Weed and Hertford. Uu ;
V ATVTTrTI f ACTIVE AIYD WTELLIGEXT
film akMJM i And county to sell our rur uj-.au xmh
July 3 Bill Jamison street wark
U .4 it ti it
E K James hauling
Dick Hill cl'ng calaboose
" Ed Crowell W smithing
" Jerry Townsend cl'ng wells
" It L Shaver hauling
G J Long judge of election
" Bill Davis street work
Henry Tatum str't wrk
" Joe Robinson str't work
" Charles Allison str't work
" Tom Pinkston str't work
" Jackron Henderson col'd
" Dick Wallace dug wells
" Andrson Ford street work
M Joe Robinson street work
u Jackson Litaker street work
July 31 T B Beall corn's on till 10
" Bill Jamison street Work
" H M Jones treas' salary
" 'Salisbury Gas Co. Gas
Aug 4 C W Pool police salary for
" Salisbury Gas Co. Gas for
" Reubin Mitchell street work
" Rich'd Wallace cl'ng wells
' Rich'd Wallace cl'ng wells
" J J Bell sexton
" "J A Caldwell rent of office
" GA Kluttz el'k of election
" Noah McCubbins hauling
" G J Long police sal'ry part
"CW Pool police salary bal
" G J Long " to
u Julius Reeves street work
" B J Black well police sal'ry
" B J Black well police sal'ry
T B Beall corn's $87 60
G W Smith jail fees & board
gU li ti ii it
aSalisbury Gas Co. Gas
Aug 4 bSalisbury Gas Co. Gas
" Win H Horah hauling
ii ii U It It
" C T Bernhardt finance com
" Salisbury Gas Co. Gas for
May 12 15
" cMrs E N Grant interest on
note to 11th April 48 00
Kerr Craige att'y in M & C 20 00
R J Hal torn repair's bridge
and lumber 5 00
Oct 2 A L Roan special police 50
" TB Beall corn's on $609 30 45
M Junius Mcars street work 75
l IVtm Pinlrstnn ti ii A Kft
" Wm Kelly " " 2 25
" Floyd Young " " 75
" Wm Jamison " " 75
" QP Woalmesby repair'g hay
scales 7 00
" Wm H Kcstler gravel on
walk 3 00
Oct 20 Bill Davis street work 4 50
" Jno Henderson str't work 3 75
,l Jim Bernhardt str't work 3 00
44 Wm H Horah haul'g on str't 13 00
44 bChas Price attorney 25 00
44 Nat Pharr street work . , -3 75
tt ti tt it it g
44 Wm Kelley 44 44 8 75
44 Anderson Foard str't work 8 75
Oct 20 Win Davis street work 8 75
44 Julius Reeves 44 44 8 75
" J J Bell sexton salary 25 00
44 N C Wyatt supt str't hands 23 75
44 Jackson Litaker str't work 3 75
41 Washington McGehee street
work 2 63
Washington McGehee street
work 3 75
44 Jno Holt substitute for police 5 83
44 J J Bell sctxon salary tor July 25 00
44 Jackson Litaker storing coal
at Graded school
" E K James hauling on street
Good Words for Girl.
A writer in Women at Work ad
visee girls, if they would be happy
in the married life, to marry a gen
tleman. He thus defines what he
means by the term :
A t r. TV .1 .1 : x a . .
i a i ruu,n8 H,e unoewaaa young
vt.m, au oeen a great flirt. When
the clergyman asked the question, "Who
gives this woman awayf a young man
present replied: 44I can, "but I won't."
Shreteport, May 13. The river has
risen six inches, and is now thirty-two
font Ma in.l. -1. 1 .
A . ', . " uuve iow waier, and six
. i generous and mcues below the disastrous March floods.
xia regards another's ban-
l n .. i . ....
it is reported that Logan and Lincoln
44do not speak as they pass by." This ia
not one of those things, however, that
'eclipse the gayety of nationa."
pinesa and welfare aa well as his own.
You will aee that trait running iu all
hi8 actions. A man who is a bear at
home among hia sisters aud discour
teous to hia mother ia just the man
to avoid when yon couie to the great
question which is to be answered yes
A man may be ever so rustic in
his early surrounding, if he ia a true
gentleman he will not bring a blush
to your cheek in any society by hia
There ia an instinctive politeness
inherent in audi a character) which
everywhere commands respect, and
makes its owner paas for what he is
one of nature's noblemen.
Do not despair, girls ; there are
such men still in the world. Yeu
need not all die old maids. But wait
until the princes pass by. No harm
You will not beapt to find him in the
ball -room, and I know he will never
be seen walk up frem the liquor sa
loon. Nor is he a champion billiard
player, either, for he has had too
much honest work lo do.
Six political national convent ions for
the nomination of candidates for Presi
dent and Vice-Presidents are to be held
the Anti Monopoly, in Chicago, May
14th; the Green back -Labor, In Indian
apolis, May 28th j the Republican, iu
Chicago, June 3d; the American Party,
in Chicage, June 19th ; the Democratic,
in Chicago, July 8, and the Prohibition,
in Pittsburg, July 23d, the date of the
laet having beeu postponed from May
Ii nVWnNexIDW fflfflSNDMarw IB
imitf JSBtmue3t3 BMMrWIKPiiB&SM
All presons indebted to-me. either on
account or note and mortgage (for Guano),
are hereby duly reminded of such indebt
ness, and are earnestly requested to make
settlement promptly, otherwise the ac
counts will be subject, without further no
tice, to collection by legal process.
Dec. 6, 1888. J. D. McNEELY.
JOHN A. RAMSAY, Mayor.
To Fines and Penalties collected,
THOS. B. BEALL. Tax Collector,
To General Tax Book 1883,
1 Unlisted 'J axe
' SDecial Taxes.
By General Tax collected
" Dog "
" Erroneous "
' Uncoilectable Taxes,
S5T4W S574 08
D. D. DAVIS, Trbascrkr, Cb.
To Amount ree'd from late Treas
" cash from T. B. Beau, T. t
Cash from T. B. Beall, T. C,
" Cash from T. B. Beall. T. C
" Amount for Graves,
" cash from Hay Weigher
m . cotton ,T
m Gas Dividends,
it m Major, Fines and
Penalties n excess of Salary
" 640 Clerks Checks Paid $8022 22
" Cash on hand, 16 18
$3938 40 $8038 40
Your Treasurer paid Cheeks audit ed by
former Boards aa follows :
AGENTS in vry town
NEW BOOKS and FAMILY
Ministers, Uaehers and others, whose time ia not fully oceupii d, will fiud it to their interest
to r Hiamsn, icaciiers ana outers, whom tune is x
gorrespond with us. To farmers' son and other yonns
'new offers many itdrant.-ises, Wth as a mean of mak ir
wa,ttt B. F. JOHNSON 4b CO., l.O
? nSn jnst eomins; on the field of aetion , tan
n money and of self culture. Write for special
013 Maim Street, Richmond, V.
Board of 1880 and 81, Checks,
m iggi and '82 . 4 "
1888 and "83. es "
Accounts made by proceeding
Boards, audited and paid by
your officers :
Board of 1878 and 79, 3 Checks,
- " 1880 and '81, t "
1882 and fa, 81 "
Accounts made by this and
previous Boards, audited by
this Boai-d aud Unpaid :
Board of 1878 and 79, 2 Checks
m 1882 and "S3, i "
1888 and "84, 56
Due Graded School Fund
Town Debt reduced
$9407 86 $8407 26
In the following list of Checks paid by
your Treasurer those issued by the
Board of 1880 and '81 are marked o. r . ..
5 1881 and 88 ? " t.
1888 and " " .
Accounts audited and paid by this Board and mad6
Board of 1878 and 79 are marked .
1890 and 8i " d.
f 1882 and "83 ' " e.
June 16 pd Salisbury Gas Co. Oas 12 15
" Q D Davis agt. Mre E N
Grants in'st on note 48 00
" Bill Davis street work 4 12
" A Ford streetrworlr: 3 85
" JJ Stewart printing -e-J4 50
M J Allen Brown judge of
Joe Robinson street work
Yorke Owens " "
Anderson Ford "
Elisha Mears " M
Henry Benson repairs to G S
Ben Caldwell repairs to G S
Andrew Walls repaire to G S
Elisha Meares street work
Jno Henderson " "
Andrew Mack " M
A linn Mil lor it "
" dO D Davis Ex of E N Grant
paid note and interest
" C W Pool police salary for
"PC Hall police salary for
" Mrs Mary Ann Bruner inter
est on note to Oct 11 '83
Dec 4 aE Rose Dorsett medical aid
to M. A. V.
Muni us Mears street work
W C Fraley repairs to lamps
E K James hauling
A Parker repairs to Truck
B H Marsh repairs to Fire
C W Pool attend'g to Town
" J A Rcndleman judge of
" F D Irvin el'k of election
" Moran Hampton street work
" A Hampton
" Junius Meares " "
" Wm H Huff hauling
Continued on 2nd page.
One of the causes of the New York
flurry is said to have been that money
was too plentiful. The banks had their
coffers full and did not knew how to
invest it. In order to utilize their funds
they lent money on stocks at low rate on
call. Men who never hypothecated a
security with brokers were this induced
to change tbe nature of their leans from
time to call, depositing stocks with the
banks aa collaterals. When the stocks
began to depreciate rapidly the leans
were called. The owners could not sell
on the weak market without heavy less.
They therefore had to borrow again on
call and money en call ran up te 3 per
cent a day, equal to 1,000 per cent a year!
That waa interesting te the parties con
cerned aud shows where much of the real
All Skreme. It is safe to say tbe
panic is over. The storm baa spent its
force, the sky has cleared and an air of
serenity prevails. 'Nothing now remains
to be done but the clearing away of the
debris aad the resumption of business
on a firmer and more aubstan
ttwl basis. 8tttt thtr-ryclotie vraV ra
'terror' while it lasted and had it not
been for the union of the banks it would
have .raged with greater devastating
effect. The lesson we have been taught
is a severe one and if we are wise we will
heed it by proceeding at a more cautious
gait. N. Y. Stock Report.
Philadelphia Record : If Gen. Graac
had nndertaken to do business in the
rear of an army as a sutler, instead of at
the head of it as a General, ho would
have doubtless proved a failure. He has
shown himself a competent commauder
of men and au incompetent partuer in a
brokers shop. No man is so many sided
that he is a great man in every direction.
All the old California mining towns are
in a decayed or decaying couditioH. Some
of them, most flourishing from 1849 to
1854 or 1856, are blotted from existence
and lost to memory save in the immedi
ate neighborhood where they once stood.
Nearly every oue ot the placer mining
counties has some sush melancholy un
written histories ef its owu. Ex.
Virginia (Nev.) Chronicle: Statistics
show that the population of a country
will double in forty years by natural in-
Crease, l lie OU,UW,uuu Ol American io-
ple will soon need all the lands of their
country for their own aud their children's
support ; and yet we find those lands ac
tually controlled, under onr outrageous
laws by people who never set their feet
npon American soil, and probably never
Thus far Ben Butler has cot away with
the ether Presidential candidates. He
has already been nominated by two con
ventions. A mau with a head the shape and color
tif a cult's ia now on exibition in Paris.
He is doubtless the original dude.
Whr ia it that when a man sits ou
paint the paint and his trousers are nev
er the same color f
Hens may be a little backward on eggs
but they never fail te eeme to tue scraccu
where flower beds are concerned.
Outlived His Policy. In 1846,
Chas. Barrett of Ashburton, Mass.,
came to the conclusion that he might
die before having accumulated a for
tune sufficient to make his family
comfortable or render his widow a
desirable catch. While in this state
of mind he went and insured his life
for 1,000. He was then 60 years of
age, which makes him 98 now. A
few clays ago he was surprised to re
ceive a check for the amount of his
policy, together with a note explain
ing that he had reached the extreme
limit of life according to the tables
on which that company baaed its busi
ness j therefore he waa dead to them.
It is stated by an experienced life-
i nsnra no.a event, that this is the first
oLjase in which a man has beaten an
30 H $ Tygon tax remitted 00 policy.
Yn ra the greatest woman 1 ever
h&rd of." said the dot to bis mother
"rnn tll ma I have a bad temper, an
yet blame me for losing it."'
Do von know." as a gentleman, "wby
rabbins' are more inellieent than henst"
"No " waa the reply. "Because they are
better posted in the higher brauches."
A man in Texas raises goats for their
Aaah hot when the festive creature
grew np they raise him jnst for the fun
of tbe thing.
The followins excuse was written te a
Southbridge school teacher: "Toraie stade
hnm' rnz he had no close and that exenz
enuff god nose'. Tomie was "exkused."
"T elnm in the window," explained a
MnriUnn avrnne bov to his mother."
"Clum!" eentlv inquired the lady by
wav of correction. "Well, dim, then,"
amended the boy.
There are said to be in the United
States thirty -six varieties of oak, thirty -four
of pine, nine of fir, five of spruce,
four of hemlock, two of persimmon,
twelve of ash, eighteen of wjMow and.
nine of poplar.
J. KHODRS BROWNE, Pea.. W. C. CO ART.
Total Assets, $710,745.12,
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One- half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Aajt,
Salisbury, N. C.
Wright s Ihdiah Vegetable Puis
And stl Dilious Complaint
raie lo tak, iieiug purely vpjretaNe; tw
8nT eaV ICnnt? aOna
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person wno win uum i rm eat a nigral irom 110 u wee its, may be restored te i
health. If each a thine: be poeeible. For Female Complaints these Pills have
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'RES Influenza, R!oei!nff at the Lnnp Ifnsrst
noss. Harking Coush. WhnooiliK ("avh, Cnr.oi : Dlarnioa. ltrfmrry. noin nonnu. kwii'v n
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Bone end Cattle Powder sold in this coun
try la worthless; that 8heridan't Condition
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gotblne on Kartn will make nens
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food. It will also positively piwrent aad cure I n.-Cholera,c. Sold ererywhere. or sent brniaiiror8ac.se
Aiiiiaai sMsTl EDA stamps, rnrnished in Urrettm, price $1.00 ; ly maU.SLSs.
af ee vnaaii ws s'w ssaess - i uiesieisnea i- p. tvuuuwj vw.,
Dec. 80, 1883.-10:ly
Elias Howe Leather Machine, -
2 18-inch arm for heavy Leather, (good as new,)
Original cost $125.00.
4 New Family Singer Machines,
3 American No. 1,
2 Wheeler & Wilson, - -
2 Home Shuttles,
1 Weed, -
The above have been used some but warranted
$10 to $15.
$10 to $15.
$12 and $15.
to do good
We also sell the
New Davis, American and
Royal St. J ohn's,
at bottom prices warranted for 5 years and guarranteed to giva
.r , .