VOL XV. THIRD SEMES:
SALISBURY. N. C, AUGUST 14. 1864.
jtpiolHtmi?4its of Gen. Scales.
The Democratic State committee
announce the following appointments
for Gen. A. M. Scales, at which Dr.
Tvre York, the Republican candidate
has been invited to meet him, and a
joint canvass maybe expected:
Newton, Saturday, August 2d.
Marshall, Monday, August 4th.
Bnmsville, Wednesday, August 6th.
Bakersville, Thursday, August 7th.
Marion, Saturday, August 9th.
Morgaiiton, Monday, August 11th.
Lenoir, Saturday, August 16th.
Boone, Monday, August 18.
Jefferson, Tuesday, August 19.
Sparta, Wednesday, August 20.
Trap Hill, Thursday, August 21.
Wilkesboro, Friday, August 22.
Eikin, Saturday, August 23.
Dobson, Igonday, August 26.
MocksvilleVednesday, August 27 ;
iSalisburyr Thursday, August 28. ;
iBemocratic paifcs circulating in
the western par
are requested to co
Face to Face
Diedrieh Mutfer, d
iniftime in South Afric
ou one occasion to come very sudden
ly upor.'a lion. The lion did not at
tack him, but stood still, -as though
he would "have paid : "Well, what do
you want in my country ?" Muller
alighted from 1 1 is horse, and took de
liberate aim at the niraai's forehead ;
but just as he drew trigger the horse
gave a terrified start, and the hunter
missed his aim. The lion sprang for
ward hut, finding that the man stood
still for he had no time either to
remount or take to his heels the
lion stopped within a few paces, and
stood still also confronting him.
They stood looking at each oilier
thus for some minutes. The man
never moved, and at last the lion
slowly turned and walked away.
Muller hastily began to reload his
gun. The lion looked back over his
shoulder, gave a deep growl and in
stantly returned. Could words have
spoken plainer. Muller, of course,
held his hand, and remavU motion '
loss. The lion again I'-vm!!', wa
rily, as , before. The f.;ij Mbegan
softly to ram down his biCJAgain
the lion looked "back and "gave a
threatening growl. This was repeat
ed between them until the lion had
retired to some distance, when he
hounded into a thicket and disap
peared. Allen Pinkertoii's Joke.
A Story of (he Detective that Recalls
n Episode in the Career of Mulbery
The late Allen Pinkerton had a
company of gentlemen at his country
$eat, near Unicago, one cold
day a few veare a 20. For 1
he took them about his place, show
ing them this, that and the other,
and when at last they arrived at the
house they were thoroughly chilled.
"Now, gentlemen, i want you to
try some of this old Scotch whiskey,"
and his guests partook quite freely of
his hospitality. Then he invited
them into the library, where there
was a largetove, of the type known
as the gas burner, apparently glow
ingly hot, and the party seated them
selves about it holding out their be
numbed hands to catch the warmth.
Here they chatted for a tune when
suddenly Mr. Pinkerton remarked :
"It strikes me that stove doesn't
end out much heat. How do you
And each and every one replied
i iie ieu tl( Mgnttully warm, too
warm in tact, and suggested that the
stove door be opened. Mr. Pinker
acieu on ttu .ggestjou and, to
the astonishment of his guests, re veal -
u two lighted ca;;dlcs resting on
Se block ot ice as the
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w- gcuuemen, sum lie,
saiu tie, wuai
" vivid imagination and a little
Scotch whiskey will do."
Death of Rev. Dr. Druky Lacy,
U will, we are sure, . give a
shock of pain and sorrow to many a
heart here to know that Dr. Lacv is
dead. A noble man, a true ChVis
t'an, a shining example of all the
Virtues which mark the perfect aud
"t'i'SNt man, lias
11 in., -i . .
gone to his loog
acy was at Jonesboro, at the
his son, Rev.
C -J i
even inc: at
" o clock
was walk ins:
auout in the yard, anmrondv In b;
usual health. At 7 o'clock some one
ent to his room to call him to sup
wuia Untl him '"g on t,,e I"!,
AV ' a fa" iu ,,is hand7 dead. Rev.
J. O. Lacy who was on the train on his
y u.ne, ami at San fowl learned of
D iail, death. News-Observer.
Religious JDogs. The famous St.
Bernard dogs are very carefully train
ed. A traveler who visited some of
the munastries of the monks of St.
Bernard, a few years ago, found the
monks teaching their dogs from the
earliest stages of puppy hood. Not
only is physical and mental training
included in this teaching, but spiritu
al culture is by no means neglected.
At mealtime the dogs sit in a row,
each with a tin dish before him con
taining his repast. Grace is said by
one of the monks, the dogs sitting
motionless with bowed heads. Not
one of them stirs until the "amen" is
spoken. If a frisky puppy attempts
to sample his meal before grace is
over one of the older dogs growls and
gently tugs his ear. The intelligence
displayed by these animals in rescu
ing unfortunate travelers among the
mountains is absolutely wonderful.
Many a man who -lies down in a snow
drift to slrep owes his life to the sa
gacity of the St. Bernard dogs. At
To Remove a Finger Ring.
A tight ring may he removed from
tie fihiger by the following process :
Thread M needle flat in the eye with
strong tf bread ; pass the eye of the
needlewith care under the ring, aud
puVi the thread through a tew inches
toward, the hand ; wrap the long end
of the -thread tightly around the fin
ger, regularly, all down to the nail,
to reduce its size. Theu lay hold of
the short end of the thread, and un
wind it. The thread, pressing against
the ring, will gradually remove the
tightest ring without difficulty, how
ever much swollen the finger may be.
Melon Brandy. The newest ad
dition to our already long list of in
toxicating drinks is melon brandy.
M. Levat, a French chemist, is said
to have succeeded in causing that wa-tery-fruit
to yield a potent spirit.
He took the juice of six pounds of
watermelon pulp, and, having added
a certain quantity of free sulphuric
acTd, he warmed the mixture, upon
which the sugar became transformed
into a mixture of glucose and levulose.
The product, which ferments directly,
yielded ten quarts of perfectly normal
New York, August 5. Wm.
Hayes Ward, editor, of the Indepen
dent, together with several indepen
dent Republicans, lately visited Buf
falo to formally investigate the char
ges of immorality against Gov. Cleve
land. 1 hey spent several days at
the work, going to the bottomjf the
matter, and to-night they say that
the charges are monstrous calumnies.
They are preparing a full' report,
which will be ready by Thursday,
when it will be given to -the press.
Albany, Aug. 7. Gov. Cleveland
left Albany for the north woods this
afternoon for a vacatiou. He will
Slop over night at Plattsburg and
proceed to his destination, the Pros
pect House, Upper Saranac, at Bloom-
in gel ale,
.hssex county, to-morrow.
there was no unusual crowd
depot. The length of his stay in the
woods is not determined, but it is
likely he will remain at least a fort
night. His letter of acceptance will
probably not be issued until his re
turn. When a driver comes to a difficult
place in the road he begins 4o inspir
it his team so that it may not fail in
crossing. The team soon gets to under
stand it, and a slight rise or sharp
hill exert their energy. We are all
meeting these sharp points in - life,
and, however quietly we have gone
along on the levels, we need to do
our best if we carry ourselves across
the lift in safety. A sharp, quick
pull is a frequent necessity. United
TroyN. Y., Aug. 7. Wm. J.
Lansing, a lawyer at Cohoes, was ar
raigned in the police court of that
city to day charged with drunkeness.
He tried to kill himself in the court
room with a large stone paper weight,
cutting his head badly. When he
was returned to the station house lie
seized a kerosene oil can and drank a
quantity of oil. Lansing was once a
brilliant lawyer. - It is thought that
he is insane.
very cm in should
all his debts, and to fulfill all
A A .1
contracts, exactly in manner,
completely in value punctually at
the time. Jfivery thing he has bor
rowed he should be obliged to return
uninjured at the time specified, and
everything belonging to others which
he has lost he should be -required to
rep I ace. Dwight.
"Ton aeres properly cultivated are
worth fifty half done." This was
wisely said by the retiring .President
of the New York State Agricultural
"Society at the 1 st annual faceting.
A countryman was sowing bis
ground, when two smart fellows
came rfding by, one of whom called
out with an insolent air, "Well, my
good man, 'tis your business to sow,
but we reap the fruits of your labor."
The rustic replied, "Tis very likely
you may, for just now I am sowing
Buffalo, Aug. 7. The stopping
of pool selling at the Buffalo trotting
park to-day was accomplished by
means of warrants sworn out by the
law ami order association against the
track authorities. It created consid
erable excitement among the fraterni
ty, but is generally approved of by
"If I were in California," said a
young fog in company the other ev
ening, "I would waylay some miner
with a bag of gold, knock out his
brains, gather up his gold. and run."
"I think you would do better to gather
up the brains," quietly responded a
We remember reading in a news
paper some time ago that chestnut
trees are gettiug scarce iu the United
States. They are not scarce here in
Ashe and several aeljoining counties.
"The woods is full of thenj." Jeffer
Having thrashed out the Peruvians,
the Chilian government has now de
clared war against the condor, and
offers five dollars reward for every
one killed or captured.
Rome. Aug. 7. Some earthquake
shocks were felt early this morning
at Trascatt, Albanoand Costelli Row
ani, a few miles Southeast of Rome.
Recent statistics give the number
of flouring mills in the United States
and Canada as 25,050. .
The dentist deserves well of his
party. He is always ready to take
Dr. Mott Writes a Letter.
Mr. R. H. Battle, chairman of the
Democratic State executive committee,
has addressed a letter to Dr. J. J. Mott,
chairman of the Republican State com
mittee, advising him of Gen. Scales' ap
pointments as far as made out, and say
ing that he would be pleased to consult
with hinvDr. Mott) with reference to
further appointments if the Republicans
desire to have a joint canvass. To this
letter Dr. Mott responded in a very spir
ited style, informing Mr, Battle that ho
(Dr. Mott.) is not the person to consult
in the premises ; that Dr. York being a
Liberal Democrat, Mr. Deverenx, of Ral
eigh, chairman of the Liberal State com
mittee, is the persou to be counselled,
with about the matter. Now the fact that
everybody- has long seen though this
Liberal business, and that this pretence
no longer deceives even wayfariug men
and fools, was sufficient justification, it
seems to us, for Mr. Battle,in piercing the
going straight to tne Kernel in the best essay on the subject of "!Selt
alr. Devereux, the lieutenant, aunnortinsr employment for ladies in th
brushing Mr. Devereux, the lieutenant,
aside and addressing himself to Dr. Mott,
the head and trout ot the opposition to
Gen. Scales. But a more potent reason
still exists in the fact that the Republi
can party is the organization which nom
inated Dr. York, and that the "liberal77
party was the one which endorsed him.
Two years ago, if we remember aright,
the case was exactly reversed. The Lib
eral sideshow nominated Mr. Dockery
and the Republicans endorsed him. At
chat time, Mr.. Coke, the Democratic
chairman, corresponded very properl with
Mr. uocke, me iioerai cnairiuau. i ins
m v-4 i i t ;i . t ; rTM
year me cnairman oi me party wnicn
nominated uea. bcales, addresses the
chairman of the party which nominated
Dr. York. Even if the Liberal and Re- !
publican parties were not merely differ- j
ent divisions of the same organization, as
everybody now knows they are, Mr. Bat
tle, it seems to us, has the advantage ot
Dr. Mott on the technicality which the
latter lias raised.
s There is a humorous side to this cor
respondence, as there is to almost every
thing in life. The anxiety which Dr.
Mott shows to depreciate the importance
of the Republican party, the apparent
." i i i ' lit tv lil-' t ! n'h to na ! VmI'It 'o oi n no
i i.u a i
."ii. ii in i n i: i i niu nuii iirui i i' i m, i i
lered organization which bears the same
relation to the Republican part? that the
knot does to the log it is on, cannot be
contemplated without a smile. It is no
wonder that, with its record in North
Carolina, there should be made an effort
to keep the name and fame (?) of the Re-
publican party in the.back-grouud during
this campaign ; but when th "Liberal"
.,a,.tl. tthTn. I,,-,! in ti.a
iiemil.lira,, n., t.r. th. Intter is mora
hidden than is the foolish ostrich which
sticks it head iu the sand and vaUily
imagines that it Is out of sight. Staft
Easily Recognized Differ keck.
The people are not slow to recognize the
difference between the professional office
seeker and the man who neither seeks nor
shuns the duties of public service. Mr.
Blaine is as disstjoctly the type of the
former as Gov. Cleveland is of the latter,
and it is no insignificant augury of Got.
Cleveland's success that all of the Presi
dents who have been elected siuce the
time of Buchanan have beeu found among
those whs? were not distinctively known
ns candidates for the office, and anglers
for the nomination, while ail those who
have taken great pains to secure it have
Tnict laying will soon
R. R. between
on the Yadkin Valley
Greensboro ami Walnut Cove.
General Taylor's Notification.
The Washington correspondent of the
Baltimore San writes as follows concern
ing Gen. Taylor's letter of acceptance
after his nomination for the Presidency
at Philadelphia, June, 1848 : "The chair
man wa the Hon. John Morehead of
North Carolina. On the 20th of that
month Governor Morehead addressed
Geucral Taylor a letter officially notifying
him of his nomination. On July
32 the post-master at Baton Rouge,
where Gen. Taylor lived, addressed
the Postmaster General a letter
saying that with the report for th
current quartet from that office two
bundles ot letters were forwarded for
the dead letter office, they having beeu
declined on account of the non payment
of the postage by tuu senders. It was iu
lO-cent and nun -prepayment time. Of
the 48 letters thus forwarded to the dead
letter office, the Baton Rouge postmaster
said a majority were addressed to Gen.
Taylor, who had declined to pay the post
age on them and take them out of the of
fice beausehis mail expenses had becouio
burdensome. The General had since be
come aware that somo of the letters were
of importance and asked for their return. 1
In due course the letters were sent back
to Ba ton Rouge. Among them was Gov.
Morehead78 letter notifying Gen Taylor
of the action 6f the Philadelphia conven
tion. Gen. Taylor's response was dated
Jaly 15, a month aud five days after the
letter of notification was written. It had
lain in Baton Rouge postoffice four weeks,
after Gen. Taylor refused to pay the 10
cents postage. Gen. Taylor's acceptance
was couched in respectful terms, in a let
ter not ezcoeding 250 words. He ex
pressed his thanks for the nomination,
said he did not seek it, aud that if ho
were elected President, for which posh
sition he did not think he possessed the
requisite qualifications, he would do his i
In the few remarks made Gov. Cleve
land when replying to the formal notification-
of his nomination, are to be
found some gems of political thought.
He siad :
"We go forth, not merely to gain a
partisan advantage, but pledged to give
those who trust us the utmost benefits
of a pure and honest admiuistra-ion of
"If in the eontest upon which we now
enter we steadfastly hold to the underly
ing pirnciples of oar party creed, and at
all times keep in view the people's good,
we shall be strong."
"The party and its representatives which
ask to the entrusted at the hand of the
peo with the keeping of all that concerns
their welfare and their safety, should on
ly ask it with the full appreciation of the
sacrcducss of the trust aud with a firm
resolve to admiuistar it faithfully and
well. I ani a Democrat because 1 believe
that this truth lies at the foundation
true Democracy. 1 have kept the faith
because I believe, if lightly and fair-
ly administered and applied. Democratic
doctrines and measures will insure the
happiness, contentment and prosperity
of the people."
Self-Support lor Our Ladies.
Since die publication of the premium
list of the Virginia State Agricultural So
ciety, Mr. Joseph M. Blair, of this city,
has offered a prize of $25, or a gold med
al of that value, as a special nreinium for
Soul hern States." We are requested to
state that the award will be made at the
Virginia State Fair by a committee con
sisting of three ladies and three gentle
men, to be appointed by the executive
committee of the society.
Coutestauts will forward their articles
to George V. Mayo, secretary, Richmond
Va., on or before October 15, 18S4, signed
with a fictitious name and accompanied
by a sealed envelope containing the real
name and postothce address of the writer,
1 which will not be opened until after de
. t i . i
cision on tne merits is inane oy me coin-
The object is one which is worthy ot
the best thought of our best thinkers.
The circulars of the Republican nation
al committee, calling for assessments,
have bceu received by the. officeholders in
Baltimore. Unfortunately for the cause
he represents, Chairman Jones put at the
end of the circular the following:
"The committee calls the attention of
I every person holding office under the
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. , ! ou.tra .suu -" . -
I ucexeiiou ... cuu.u, ,.
. J l" ;
f ivi sei vice law 10 mean u ,
liable to imprisonment should they give
n ly . for campaign purposes and
consequently will not subscribe Others,
1 however, say that they construe the en-
" of the committee as meaning th t
they cannot give money to other office-
I political purposes, .lor rocelTO
it from anv one tor the same purpose
There has bceu no general discussion of
the subject, but it is understood that the
majority of the clerks in government em
ploy will accept the kind suggestion of
the Republican committee and keep their
money in their pockets.
Baked Milk for Consumptives.
Baked milk is an admirable food for
consumptive people and most inva
lids. It is made iu tiiis manner: Put
a quart of good milk into a stone jar,
cover with writing paper, tied down.
Leave iu a moderately hot oven for eight
or ten hoars,. till it has the consistency of
cream. The amount of nourishment to j
be derived from it is marvelous. It most
closely resembles condensed milk, and
does not differ much from a milk-rice ,
pudding, the rice being a digestible addi-
tion. This reminds us to say to many anx- ,
itius inquirers that the perfect cure for '
the most ineverate 'habit of constipatiou i
is simply to live ou wheaten groats aud j
auy kiud of fruit. We have never known
a case which this diet failed fo cure.
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
That it is the acknowledged Leader
Tact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
f NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
A1D IS WARRANTED
To be made of the lest material.
To do auy and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
For gale by KLUTTZ
Salisbury, N. C.
Rowan County, June 5th, 84
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
At the Court House door in Salisbury, on
Monday the 4th day of August, 1884, I will
sell that valuable plantation formerly own
ed J)y George Cauble, situated five miles
south of Salisbury adjoining the Rimer
Mine land, und the land of David Eller and
others, containing 185 acres. This land
has a number of
on it, and is believed to be rich in minerals.
Terms of sale. One half of the purchase
money will be required as soon as the sale
i9 confirmed, and a credit of 6 months, with
I interest at eight per cent from day of sale
i will be allowed for the other half. Tlv order
of;nfnniirt T M TTOli A T-T Plorlr
Superior Court, Rowan Co.
Tornado and Fire Insurance.
THE HOME INSURANCE CO. of H.
Capital $3,000,000. Cash Assets $7,492,751.11.
Is now prepared to Insure property not
only against tire but against loss or dam
age by Wind Storms, Cyclones or Torna
does. Hates reasonable. Policies written
one to five years. One half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
For further particulars apply to
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.
Salisbury, N. C.
May 30, 1884 -2m
VALUABLE STOIll I
Thk large and beautiful store room for
merly occupied by Bcaruhardt Bros., is
for rent. The building is two stories above
ground with a large and dry cellar. Depth
of store room 1 IU feet; width, 25 feet. It
is elegantly finished, and arranged for
Dry Goods and Groceries ; and considering
the advantages of the location in the cen
ter of business, is one of the most desira
ble places in town.
ALSO, TO REIT.
TWO STORE ROOMS in my new four
room block on Main street, between the
public Square and the Court House, two
being already occupied. The block (66x
90 feet) is two' s:ories high above ground,
divided into four distinct suits, six rooms,
(includfug cellar), in each suit. The store
rooms on the ground tloor.a re large enough
handsomely finished and most conveniently
arraned in respect to warming, lighting,
ventillating, aud access to the upper rooms
(4 in number), which may be used either
for a small family, for storage, or for sub
renting. A separate front entrance to the
from the street. Gas fixtures
thrnnohout. The Express Office will oc
cupy one of the suits of the block after the
I am pleased to thank my customers for
the trade of the Spring and Summer and
i desire to say that no efforts on my part
chMll be lackin' to keep on nana a siock
of Goods fullv equal to the wants of the
community favoring me with their patron
age. The men in my employ are experi
enced, competent and obliging, and ever
readv to serve customers with promptness
and politeness. J. liULMs.
Established 1 istheonly
in School for
3 Boys in
s,.h i-.ith GAS LIGHT, a drst-cias
t-lVirWASTITM. and a first-class BATH
The course is PREPABATOBY.or FIH-
There is a thoroughly equipped School of
Special terms to young men of small mean-;
i. . i on.L
IS 1st Session oegins juijr ouiu.
For Catalogue, address. w .
Maj. R BINGHAM.
37;3t,pd. Bingham School, N. C-
TT 1 - 0 m .
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury, North Carolina.
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLUTT'S WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on this market this season, and can show
the highest averages for crops and a general average second to none in the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST?. ARRANGED and the only house in the
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBACCO.
If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
where you will alwavs find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
JOHN SHEPPARD, the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer of Western
North Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and will pay HIGHEST PRICES -for
all grades from the Ground Leaves to Fancy Lemon Wrappers.
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD, SWINK & MONROE.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1884.
And win completely clir.nge tbo blood In the entire system in threo months. Any
person who wm take 1 PU1 each ni?ht from 1 to 13 weeks, may be restored to lonnd
health. If such a thine: be possible. For Female Complaints theso Pills have no equal.
rnysinsna use mem lor i,u cure ot ..ve.i. ana diseases. Sold everywhere,
or sent by mail for 85c. In stauips. Circniars free. L S. JOllNSQN A CO., Rottoa. Mast.
H H M HIS Si M It M n K3 : l ,1 f
y m e a m m n ?! e n
fc'.V i- i
JOfcNSQW'S AiianYNG LiN'fclENT
ness. Hacking t ouh. Whooping ( oopH, enmnic liinrtriea. Jiys nterv. ( no
Diseases of the Spine. Sold everywhere. Circulars tree.
It Is s well-known faet that most of the"
Horse ami Cattle Powder sold In this coon
try is worthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder is sosolute'ypure and vtrv valuable.
Nothing on Earth will make hens
1 C 1 ll.l
jsyuHesacriuan suiiiuiuun ruw- tts
Uni. nna tofi.rwmnftil tn M.h .inlnf '
food. It will also positively prevent anl ctire I
Dec. 20, 1S83. 10:1 y
PACE'S WAREHOUSE !
UNION STEET, - -
Is now opened and ready for business. We have
one of the LARGEST
Warehouse ever built.
FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO.
in the best leaf market in
A. Trial In We Awk.
"Prompt returns and close) PpjPP RpOS (flO
personal attention to consignments. m
Fnrnitnre Dealer Upholsterer,
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
OHEAPBEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Se wins: Machines Weed and Hartford. Ui,
j . rm'7ST ACTIVE ASD I.Mf.M.Kil'T AGESTS in every town
WANTED ! and coa.Uy to sell our POfLXAtt NEW BOOK S and FAMILY
mULT MinisTers, teachers and other,, whoseiime is not WML1! S "iVSSu
tn p ... rmnnnil with us
n riu-mers" sons una otiicr
kmn..i ntfr r m.in v ailvantliiffps. hoth ns
s rnean or
iennsto B. F. JOHXSOJS
RHODES BROWNE, PBK.. W. C . CO ART, SEC
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
H VA ELS.
Tcnn Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One half Cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWHT, Agt.,
23:6m, Salisbor-, N. C.
-FwrivEMi I ft
f& & & f
Croop, Asthma, BroncMtin, "ymral-
Kin. ui'uiiiatiiitn. .;i n s is s ml
C i v' u P"ui- uro nine cases
(2Vvl cut of ton. Information t! -l will iave man
?5 il NriA lives sem free h r.l. I). . t delay a moment.
fSiSum m Ifwrtiun s belter than cute.
CURE3 lt,Pnirt. TO. r.o at IV I.nni-. Hoarse-'
holers Morbus, Kklnev '1 roubles, sod.
JOHNSON & CO.. llostoil, Mas,.
ITojrCholera,ftc. Sold everywhere, or sent by msll fnrXe. la
ftamos. Furnlsncd inisrce csns. price si.00: brmail.SlJD.
circulars ires. i. a- ytuisojx & co., jmmiob, ,
- DANVILLE, VA.
and most COMPLETE
the United States.
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FINE WALNUT SUITS, - - U
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and$30
Woven Wire Mattresses, $7.50,
touuk m -...... -7
msitmtr money ana 01 mi ciutnrv. r;
rite for epeeisA
1,013 Msilss Street,
Ian )oetable Pills
.r.J D !ious Complaint
- t.iU, 'x-.n purely vj'allei no gnjs-
in '. lVier ; eta. All DruiuriSU.
SAVE YOTIE FRUIT I
Scarr's Fruit Preservative
Without the use
of Sealed Cans. Th
ONLY SUUE KINP
and try it.
ENNISS Drco Store.
There will be a mectinjr of the. Stock
holder of the Western N. C Railroad Com
pany in Salisbury, N. C, on Tucsdny tht
25th,Junc, 1884.' By order of the Prci
dent. Geo. P. Ejwi?,
Salisbnrv, N. C. May 21, 1884.