Log a l.
KSPAY. AUG. 14, 18?4.
I 4ym't delayed 3mos2.00
spidered 12 BjUO
P.fSwlll please say-"advertlsed
Dcmocratic flag raisins will take
. ' w Saturday, Aug. 16th, 2 o'clock
Tbr public school at Gold Hill will
on entertainment to-morrow even
give an CM
kit-tnlmston. candidate for
iD the ninth district
Taesday, going outh-
See advertisement of Salisbury Female
Academy in this paper, and decide early
what yon will do about sending pupils.
We present the LanthnarVB report of
U proceedings of ; the Congressional
v , a:, i.u i i a.
i f Lonvention nviu iicre jwl
report not haviug been
A Leap Year Picnic L. J. .W. should
have signed his name in foil. If there
was a leap year picnic in Atwell town
ship, as he or she says there was, it was
doubtless a delightful day to those who
attended it, and L. J. W. should hare
remembered the printer's rule not to
publish anything the writer is afraid to
put his name to. Thanks for the kind
words sent to us by the unknown writer.
Nor does the printer publish every
thing sent to him with the proper name
signed to it. The very next letter open
ed after reading "L. J. W." was of this
character. It tells ns of the "stingiest
man iu the county" in a way that the
stingy man would be sure to know that
it was aimed at him, and would come to
the printer for the name of the writer;
and thus bad feelings might be stirred up
and the peace of the neighborhood dis
turbed, it may be for years. It is better
to let the stingy man go along until he
meets with some accidental eye-opener,
to make him feel "what a tool he is.
Ston'e VoBK.ASee Mr
Joha D A.
Fisher's notice in
wanting stone work
tfie railroads would
New Coe Tobacco
tiooed as rather a RUTjprtee,
of the ne w crop of Tobacc
jkt the Kluttz Warehouse
Tliisis'anusnally early, as those familiar
with the subject will know.
1 JM W
A one load
u i tiieir friends of Salisbury
to-i: (Friday) uht to form a
Cleveland, Scales aud Craige Club. Also,
to join them on Saturday in raising a
Democratic Flag on the public square of
- Gen. Scales, and Mr. Johnston of Bun
combe, the nominee for Congress, passed
through Tuesday on their way. to the
Poplar Tent Fair, which opens on the
13th, at which place Mr. Scales will ad
dress the people. Senator Vance will
gpeak there to day.
Gen. Scales passed through going East,
last night, 8:20 p. in., returning from
Poplar Tent Fair. We are informed that
4here were no less than fivy jjpSnsand
people at the Fair to hear thekhes of
Mr. Scales aud Mr. Bennett. (I ML"
We enthusiasm but all very orderlv.
Coubt House, Aug. 7th, '84.
At a subsequent meeting of the Execu
tive Committees of the different Town
slls On motion, John Sloop, Esq., was
called to the chair and A. H. Boy den
acted as Sec. The object of the meeting
was to elect a Central Executive Com
mittee. On motion, it was agreed to
make the number of the committee 17
instead of 5, as heretofore. The follow
ing gentlemen from the different Town
ships were elected for the coming year.
f Salisbury Township L II Clement, A H
Boy den, Jns H Crawford and Tbeo Buer-baum.
A H Heilig.
Untiy John A Bailey.
Locke R L Cowan.
Gold Hill A C Mauuey.
China Grove Chas H Bruuer.
Providence Dr Poole.
Steele J Rowan Davis.
Mt. Vlla-J K Goodman,
On motion, L H Clement was elected
chairman and Jas H Horah. Sec. The
committee after transacting certain rou
tine business, adjourned to meet in the
office of L H Clement, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
28th. John Sloop, Ch'm.
secretaries, which appointments were
J. M. Bulla, in a few words of praise,
nominated W. F. Henderson for Congress,
whereupon the windy Colonel delivered
himself of a large amount of bombast,
made a blustering bat weak effort to poke
fun at Democracy and its candidates,
boasted of the past achievements of the
Republican party, and eulogized Blaiue
as "the grandest statesman that ever trod
American soil, the greatest aud smartest
man in the world." He said "York was
so much superior to Gen. Scales that the
Democrats were ashamed of their man."
And then declared that all he said was
"true," for he "never told anything but
the truth ;" and wonnd up by declining
the honor offered him, and nominated Dr.
J. G. Ramsay, of Rowan, who was unani
mously declared the nominee of the
convention. A. E. Holten, of Yadkin,
was made presidential elector for the
district. Speeches were made by Dr. An
gle, Dr. Ramsay A. E. Holten, and Dr.
York. While Dr. Ramsay was speaking
York came into the house and was met by
cheers from the negroes and revenue
York started out by declaring he would
say nothing against Gen. Scales, but be
fore be had spoken ten minutes he said
that he had not made use of any ungen
tlemanly or vulgar remarks in any of his
speeches as charged, but that his oppo
nent was guilty of doing so, which, no
doubt, every man present, who knows
anything of the character of Gen. Scales,
knew was not so. He confined
himself principally to boasting of hU own
record, lauding Blaine, and in defending
the National Republican platform, high
tariff and all.
State government, is entitled to the un
qualified approbation of all good citizens.
5. That we heartily commend the
course of our Representative, Lee S Over
man, in the last General Assembly.
J. W. M a i nky, Cba'n.
On motion, the above resolutions were
On motion, the convention then pro
ceeded to nominated county officers. The
following gentlemen were unanimously
nominated : Sheriff, C. C. Krider ; Regis
ter of Deeds, H. N. Woodson : Coroner,
D. A. Atwell j Surveyor, J. C. Bernhardt;
Treasurer, J. Sam'l McCubbins.
Thus. Liun, Esq., was unanimously
chosen sub-elector for this county.
The convention beie endorsed the
choice of Dr. J. W. Wiseman, of Davie,
as the Senator from this senatorial dis
trict. The convention was then addressed by
Kerr Craige, Esq., T. F. Kluttz, Maj N.
F. Hall and others, whose eloquent and
well chosen remarks aroused great en
thusiasm and applause. At the close of
these addresses the convention adjourned.
T. J. S r mx y.m, Ch'n .
J. H. Hobah, Sec'y.
There was considerable rowdyism
among a certain class of people on Lee
Street between Council aud Libeity,
yesterday, and some of them were before
the Mayor. Obscurity of facts may screen
others engaged in the fuss for a few days,
hut the Mayor and his officers wrll be
very apt to track them up aud bring
tlieru to account iu the end.
There was a big dinner at the McXeely
House Tuesday a profusion.-of good
thingsand a striking mixture of politi
cal representatives. Gen. Scales and
TJ). Johnston, of Buncombe, Dr. Yoik
and Dr. Mott, &c. Dr. Mott is engineer
Ui chief of the republican democratic
liberal concern. Scales is president of
the Jackscrew wbietT lifts the train s on
and off the political track.
The Teachers' Institute, now being
1W al the Graded School building in
thw place, in being pretty well attended
by the earnest and progressive teachers
of the county, There were 37 enrolled
8 Wednesday, which number will preb
bly be doubled before the session closes.
rne officers and instructors are as fol
T. C. Linn, Superintendent ; Rev.
I Murdoch, Instructor in History,
Arithmetic and Spelling j Prof. J. M.
Westherly, Instructor iu Grammar, Geog
jjr and Heading; and Mr.C. XI. Brown,
An interesting feature of the Institute
ill be a competition examination in
Arithmetic, the questions used being the
me used in examinations at the U. S.
Military Academy at West Point. The
Pron receiving the highest mark will
'ecme a certificate to that effect fi
The Executive Committee of the sev
eral townships of Rowan were urged by
the speakers iu our County Convention
last Saturday to effect the most com
ptete organization possible. It is indeed
a very important work aud the ouly way
by which we may hope to bring to theJ
polls every demociatic vote in the town
ship. We would meution in this con
nection that the most successful and sat
isfactory results have been accomplished
by listing every voter in separate col
umns under a heading indicating the
party with which each man stands.
Changes should be carefully noted from
time to time as they may happen to
occur. With such a list in hand the
Executive Committee can see at a glance
the work before them, and may direct
their efforts accordingly. See that every
democrat is duly registered, and stir up
the careless and thoughtless to the im
portance of the interests at stake, and
the duty they owe the State, themselves
and families. This work faithfully per
formed will accomplish wonders : nd
the Executive Committee ol each town
ship will know days beforehand how the
votes will count out when the boxes are
closed. If performed throughout the
State, we shall gain a victory unexcelled
Uowan has a special motive for the
most painstaking and vigorous- effort iu
the fact that one of her cherished sons,
Keur Craige, Esq., is a candidate for a
seat iu Congress, aud deserves their most
devoted service to secure for him an
office which he did not seek, but which
I was pressed upon him by his fellow-citi
sens. Work now aud until the election,
and you may then throw up your hats to
the clouds if yon please,
For the encouragement of Executive
Committees iu the discharge of their
responsible duties, they are requested to
read the following sentiments from a
high source ;
Cleveland on Politics.
Dentistry. It may not be generally
known to the readers of this paper that
there have been great ad . aaces in this
branch of the sciences. Personally we
have rarely had occasion to ask the as
sistance of one of these key and forceps
geatlemen, and so have not kept posted iu
the advances made in instruments aud
other things required by them iu extract
ing, filling, drilling and fitting teeth. But
there is a time for everything and so it
came about that we had business with
Dr. Griffith at his office. Half the peo
ple in the county have been in there,
perhaps, but the other half have not, and
it is to these we are talking : and what
we want to say is, if you have a faulty
tooth, call on him. He has a chair there
that cost him $207 a real novelty that
will bear close inspection. He sits his
patients in this chair, which is easily
made to fit anybody, large or small, fat
or lean ; aud a head rest to hold the head
iu more varied positions than any goose
ever carried his squeaker, it mere is
any drilling to do, his machinery is driv
en by electricity and operates his exactly
adapted tools like magic. If a tooth is to
be filled, the electric battery operates the
mplements to pack the filling, taking
the place of the rude punch and mallet.
But it would be tedious to go through
the Doctor's three supurb rooms aud de
tail the contents of his tool chests, draw
ers and closets. It is a good place to go
to if you have aching teeth, or waut a new
set ; for he is fully armed aud equipped
to accommodate rou to any extent re
quired and with as little pain as possible.
Having teeth pulled is yet rather uu pleas
ant, but it has become one of the fine arts
instead of a savage performance as for
Democratic County Convcntoin.
- vMuuty convention to nomiuale a
wmocratic candidate for tlie Legislature
y ountj officers, was held here last
uray, aud a most satisfactory meet
ln2 it B:m ri ....
j, . uii.uniosi entirely uy our
""try rrieuds, who took unusual in-
j ii 1 1 ii.i-i. u
t uxu nar-nurse oi
mocracy, Newberry F. Hall, was con
JjWious from the btart; watched every
halfg f "aS do" y,,d ,uade Slt
of all the motions that passed the
e.e Dg 0tUer geutUiIUn of thouutry
glad Dearly US co"8I)icuo8 aud we are
ftbt wJ that cvery oue of them knew
S. 0v eWaS abtUt auU ditl jt wel1, 'Lee
f.t, eraiau was unanimously nominated
of rj pIlrs,!ltu-! -and the nomination
tk J w8eman for the Senate by
Rifled bvtf n 1 Wa8 unaui,,,ou8,y
officeisoni hCratS f RoWau' The
ted f Cou,,t' weie aH uomiua-
tf r e electioD- We have as good a
ounty officers as any county in
-lUe eai I!.,..!
Gov. Cleveland has right ideas about
politics aud the duties of a citizeu. At
the Ogdensburg, N. Y. fair, being called
on for a speech, he consented to make a
few remarks in the course of which he
said iu substance that the ''people must
get over the idea that politics is a disrep-
II 1 - t .1 1 .
inaoie game, oeueam me aignuy ot an
honorable man, fit onlv for those who
have axes to grind; that if the people
would have good government they must
interest themselves in the matter, selec
ting proper men for nominees and voting
only tor lion est ana able candidates
Politics is neither dirty nor dishonest
lu a repnbucau form ot government, to
study politics aud practice it is the high
est duty of the citizen, and in so far as he
neglects this he falls short of an obliga
tiou that he owes to his neighbors and
the iate. I he ueit r element of socie
ty get the impression that politics is dis
reputuble because, having neglected their
duties as citizens, disreptuable men often
get hold of affairs. Politics would be
clean if managed by clean men.
T. K. BRUNER, MANAGER.
Ab earthquake shook up things in
Long Island and some of the Eastern
States this weak, ie some cases damaging
property and frightening the people out
of their houses. There were three waves
in pretty quick succession. Prisoners in
jail were greatly alarmed, one man actu
ally dying from fright.
The Hoover Hill G. M. Co. We ob
serve that at the recent meeting of the
stockholders in London, July 15th, the
chairman reported that the fiscal year's
expenses at and upon the propertv had
been about $36,000, while the output in
eluding sale? ot supplies at profit had
aggregated$26,000, leaving 3,000 tons of
ore iu sight. During the first five months
of 1884, gold has been produced and sold
to the value ot $14,000. Meanwhile the
compauy have done a great deal of devel
opment work. This company have a
large capital uuused in the treasury of
more thau $llo,000, derived we presume,
from sale ot stock. A motiou was there
fore called, authorizing a return to stock
holders of C2i eents a share which will
aggreateon 20,000 shares $125,000. N.
1. Mining Kecord.
Atwell Township N. C.
J. J. Bruncr, Esq.,
Dear Sir :
Will you please be so kind as to give
the following space iu your columns.
Through the pressure of professional
duties, I, as Secretary, did not report
the proceedings of our primary, last week
as should have been done, and 1 hope,
old Atwell will not be considered
deliuquient iu her duty to the democratic
party and her principles, through my
procrastination. We had the largest anil
most enthusiastic meeting at Coleman's
Store, it was everjour duty to attend in
the township. Through the euergy,
pluck and patriotism, of Mr. Bradshaw,
we raised a splendid pole, seventy-live
feet high, and unfurled to the breeze, a
beautiful and large, Cleveland aud Scales
flag. After the disappointment of the
crowd was over, from not having our
distinguished county man, Theo. F. Kluttz,
Esq., (who was to havo been the orator
to address us), that tried and true demo
crat, Capt. Wilson, called the meeting to
order, aud after being unanimously elec
ted chairman, the Capt. explained the
object of our coming together. An execu
tive committee, was elected, for Town
ship, also delegates, to Congressional
and County Conventions. Theodore F.
Kluttz, Esq., was recommended for Con
gress, the old county officers, were en
dorsed for re-election, to the positions
which thev now occupy. The nominees
of the National aud State tickets, hearti
ly endorsed, and 'after hearty gool will,
all nd, the meeting adjourned, with
the determination of supporting the whole
democratic ticket, aud seudinir up the
largest majority we have doue, if you
will send us speakers plenty, and good
men, who will arouse and get the people
out. J- B. Gaither, Sec.
Aug. 11th, '84.
Salisbury Female Ace&emy .
The fall term of this Institution will
opeu on Wednesday, Sept. 10th. Terms
same as heretofore. The same excellent
teachers. Miss Caldwell and Mist Jordan,
will have charge. Persons wishing to
send pupils should enter them promptly
eitlier before or on the day of opening.
By order of School Com.
J. J. Bruner, Ch'm.
Aug. 14, 1884.
A LOT OF SECOND-HAND YEL -low
poplar palings and other fencing lum
ber for sale. Apply at this office.
Cheap Beading. We present below
the cheap rates at which the Raleigh
(weekly) News is offered during the cam
paign. The News, as every body knows,
is one of the best papers in the State,
and those who get it will get vastly more
than their money's worth.
The Cheapest Campaign Paper in
the State. The weekly Neav and Ob
serve club rates from now until Decem
ber are as follows :
5 copies, $ 2 00
10 copies, 3 75
20 copies, 7 00
50 copies, 15 00
100 copies, 28 00
Get up your clubs at once. You should
see thai every voter in your county has a
eopy. Address, News & Observer Co.,
Raleigh, N. C.
The Watchman will be sent to dubs
until the 1st December next, at the fol
lowing low rates :
To Clubs .of five $2.00
u " " ten 3.50
tKmiti 7 nn
Aud iu the same por pert ion to large clubs.
To single subscribers 50 cts.
Send in your orders.
NEW HOME SeiiBE MACHINES.
The Lightest Running on the market.
For sale by C. M. Atwell.
I will also keep constantly on hand all
the latest improved attachments for all
Machines. Am prepared to repair all kinds
of Sewing Machines on snort notice.
C. M. ATWELL,
' Main street, Salisbury, N. C.
Are any members of your family thus
afflicted 7 Have they scrofulous swellings
of the glands T Have they any scrofulous
sores or ulcers T If so, and it snould be
n nnl.nfnll ill. TIAAI, 1 f A t t O 1 H f fr mn
may deposit itself in the substance of the
lunus, producing consumption. Look well
to the condition of your family, aud if
thus afflicted, give the proper remedy
without delav. But that which makes ab
solute cures iu the shortest space of time.
The unerring finger of public opinion
points to B. B. B. as the most wonderful
remedy for Scrofula ever known. You
need not take our word you need not
know our uames merit is all you seek.
Ask your neighbors, ask your druggist,
ask or write to those who give their cer
tificates aud be convinced that B. B. B.
is the quickest and most perfect Blood
Purifier ever before known.
The Democratic County Convention for
the nomination of a county ticket, was
called to order by J. W. Mauney, Esq.,
at the Court House in Salisbury, at 12
o'clock, on Saturday August 9, 1884. Mr.
T. J. Sumner was elected permanent
chairman and Jas. H. Horah permanent
On motion, a committee of one from
each township was appointed to draft a
platform. The following gentlemen Were
appointed on this committee:
Salisbury J. W. Mauney ; Franklin, W.
Trott ; Unity, J. A. Bailey ; Scotch Irish,
Joseph Barber; Mt. JJUa, J S Knox; Locke,
C H McKenzie; Steele, J T Ray; Gold Bill,
NBMcCanless; Morgan, P C Shaver;
Litaker, P A Sloop ; China Grove, C. H.
Bruner j Providence, Dr. C M Pool;yl-
well, S A Sloan.
On motion of J T Ray, the convention
proceeded to ballot for the nomination of
a men be r of the Legislature from this
county. The ballot was taken by town
ships, the number from each township
having been previously ascertained, ou
motiou, by J W Mauney, Esq, the town
ship votes were to be as follows ;
Salisbury 16, Franklin 8, Unity 4, Scotch
Irish 6, Mt. Ulla 3i, Locke 5, Atwell 9,
Li taker 5, Gold Hill 5, Morgan 3, Provi
dence 7, Steele 3, China Grove 3.
Mr. L S Overman was unanimously
elected by all the townships, as the nom
inee for the Legislature. He was then
called for and addressed the convention
in a warm and vigorous speech, thanking
them for the nomination, and predict
ed great success for the party. At the
concl nsion of his address the committe
ou platform reported the following :
Resolved, by the Democrats of Rowan
county, iu convention assembled,
1. That we reaffirm the time honored
principles ot the Democratic party, aud
heartily endorse the platforms of the par
ty as set forth in the late State aud Na-
t nL.i i
They have an epidemic (or contagion?)
of sore eves at Tavlorsville, N. C. Like
measles, mumps, whooping cough, &c.
In this county, at the residence of the
bride's mother, ou the evening of August
5th, 1884, by Rev. Wm. A. Wood, D. D.,
Mr. Marshall Miller and Miss feaiiie M.
At the residence of the bride's father,
in this city, on the 10th of August 1884,
bv Rev. K. L. Brown, Mr. John . J.
Acner to Miss Amanda it. w aitou ; both
ot Providence township.
THE TIME HAS COME
AT LAST FOR
I will from this date offer my entire stock
GREATLY Reduced PRICES.
If you want a good suit of cloths, now
the time to buy cheap.
at your own price.
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES !
If you want to buy shoes come and see me
before buying as I have determined to reduce
my stock and will sell them cheaper than ever
before. Have just receive a nice line
ALEPACA & LINEN COATS, DUSTERS, Ac.
Come and see what great bargains 1 am
M. S. BROWN.
Dried Fruit and Berries
I I N' .
Don't Give up Yet. It doesn't
that a patient will die because the doctors gGRVER
... .l .i i . : 1 1
have "given mm np, or wim ue win iwivtr
because they promise to "pull him through."
It is never too lite to try the great virtnes
of Parker's Tonic. Mr. Michael Guilfoyle,
of Rirminshamton. N. Y.. was cured of
Rheumatism by it after ten years of un
soeakable suffering. Mr. R. W. Mosher,
druesrist, of same city, certifies that he has
sold over a thousand bottles of Parker's
Tonic through its reputation for this and
- - a
and other cures.
The Old Reliable.
S. A. Ashe, Editor,
Raleigh, 1ST. O.
The largest and best paper published in
W riv full renorts of rehzious. educa
tional, business and political meetings, all
the news, accurate market reports, serial
stories, &c. We will give as a premium
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Free to any person sending us a club of
6 annual subscribers to tne weeaij.
Take your local paper and then sub-
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WE have still one of the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OP SPRIKtt
AND SUMMER GOODS in Salisbury.
WE have just received another large lot of 0 and 8 cents Lawns and Calicoes.
SHOES very cheap and to suit everybody.
WE arc selling our Stock of Clothing very cheap.
WE have over 20 kinds of CHEWING TOBACCO.
We have one of the largest and best assortments of Sugar, Coffee, and Molasses ia tew,
which we otTer very cheap.
We have the largest stock of FRUIT JA.KS, TABLE and Glass Wars in the place.
We have a full supply of FIVE-CENT TRICKS.
We still have a full stock of FANCY FLOUR, Meal, Shorts, Bran, Cora, Bscea,
Hams and Pure Lard.
We Sell the Celebrated PEARL SHIRT.
WE are Agents for the LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC SEWING MACHIN1.
WE are Agents for COATS' SPOOL COTTON. B"WE sell the Taexeelle COK-
TICILLI SPOOL SILK, all colors at 10 cents.
Be sure and see us before you buy or sell as we mean to do yom goad.
W. W. TA i LUlt, i
T- T T-CI'T A XT
) Weekly one year $2.00.
) Daily one year $7.00.
June 25, 1884.
D. J. BOSTIAN,
and J. A. NEELY.
t-ySend your name for sample copv.
April 10, '84.
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
The Republican Congressional Con
ventiou of this the 7th district, met in
the Court House in this place last Tues
day the 12th iust. The convention pro
per consisted of but 22 delegates, com
posed chiefly of re veil ue and ex-revenue
officers. Some of the most prominent
in atteudence were Dr. J. J. Mott, Col.
W. F. Henderson, Dr. Angle, J M Bulla,
T. P. Gillespie, Allen Jordan Dr. J. G.
Raiffsay and A. E. Holton. The ball
was started by Dr. Ramsay calling Mr.
Allen Jordan to the chair and appointing
Messrs. Bulla and Gillespie to act as icessful administration ot the affairs of the
9. That we heartily approve the nomi
nation of Cleveland and Hendricks; of
Scales and Stead in. m , aud of Kerr Craige;
and we pledge ourselves to give the whole
Democratic ticket our cordial aud undi
3. Thai we earnestly invite all patri
otic citizens, without respect to party,
who am favorable to a pure administra
tion of the government, to aid us in elec
ting on r ticket.
a m mt T t m mm
4. mat i nomas o Jar vis, tor ms sue-
UNITY HIGH SCHOOL.
The exercises of this school will open on
MONDAY, AUGUST UTH,
in charge of the undersigned as Principal
Length of session nine months. Rates of
tuition per month $1.00 to $3.00. Pupils
charged from date of entrance till close ot
term, unless special arrangement to the
contrary. Convenient board can be had
at. reasonable rates. For particulars ad
dress, R. W. CULBERTSON,
July 23. 1884, ( Woodleaf, N. C.
The undersigned to prepared to do all kinds or re-
nalrtnjf to all kinds of watcnes, ciocaa, c, mna v
Kluttz a rtendleman-B Store. Salisbury; ndU7lhe
best smith in tne county. "
Apr. 10, SirU.
Salutary Tobacco Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BT JNO. SHEPPABD
An eminent German scientist has recent
ly discovered from a root extract, an abso
lute specific for Tape Worm.
It IS piCUMUb IU IBKC nUU 13 uw
ing to the patient, but is peculiarly sicken
ing and stupefying to the Tape Worm,
which loosens its noia oi us victim auu
passes away in a natural and easy manner,
entirely whole, with Head, and while still
alive. . .
One physician has used this speciuc in
. ;.l . 1 4;i,,rr. r
ever 40V cases, wunuut a Bmgic mum.
void worm entire. Success guaranteed. o
pay required until removed with head.
Send stamp for circular and terras.
BSIWVVii at we.,
19 Park Place, New York.
May 80, '34. ly
MECKLENBURG CO., N. a,
l hn i --Mrs.
The next Session opens on THURSDAY
For Catalogues apply to the CLERK OF
Administrators Notice I
Having duly qualified as administrator
on the estate of John M. Coleman, deceas
ed, on the 14th day of July, 1884, notiee
is hereby given to all persons indebted to
the estate of said John M. Coleman, to
make immediate payment to me ; and all
persons having claims against said estate
will present them to me for payment on or
before the 24th day of July, 1885, or this
notice will be plead in bar for their recov
ery. ' T. C. CORRIHER,
4.50 to 6.00
8.00 to 8.50
8.50 to 11.00
11.00 to 18.00
5.00 to 6.25
Lugs, common to med.
Lugs, med. to good,
Lus, good to fine,
Lugs, fine to fancy.
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. to good.
Leaf, good to fine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, eood to fine,
Wramwnt fancv. none offered.
hreaka for the oast week
have been light. Prices stiff for all graaes
Death To Worms.
R IDG SWAT, S. C.
Jf,rt Bstktm Cnrmer Oi. Gents. I have quite
a demand for roar "Worm Killer." It to the best
Vermifugal can get. A farmer bought a bottle ot
me are weeks W gave one dose "JhactalW:
n nrt duT wfih a 'chow-chow' lar Oiled with
6!s5to 8.50 1 worms, the result of one dose. "aceienUwmat
8.50 to 15.00
IS 00 to 16 50 Deck Cam, . c ay wn iw.
o'no Boykln, Carmer a Co., Baltimore, Md.-Dear
16.50 to 2o.00 ftl? "U7 Kudd. a very responsible customer of
25.00 to 40.00 mine, gave a half teaspoonful "Worm KUler" to a
,a nn . et no child last week ana me reouii w -;.
40.00 to OO.UU XSvtm nat it with mill better result : 75
worms from one child : ot course my sales will be
r. o. oaiin.
Corrected weekly by J. M. Knox a est.
Salisbcrt. April 8, 1M4.
Chickens 15 to 20
Cotton 10 to 1 1
Read the following from, one of the most promt-
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters and Sh"cd7wE 10
lug smokers are in great demand and pnees oM near him. took two or three doses of the
a shade stiffer than the quotation. Wrap- -worm Kilter, and passed m worms." Dated
ners of all classes are nign ana eager i v R. H. EDMUNDS. M D
sought after. Planters woulrt do well !J prioe25ota Per
putting some of their good tobaccos on the Ask your Druggist for it
market at this time. 1 Doykin, Carmer Co., Bait.
or tend to
Having qualified as administrator, with
the witt annexed of the estate of Richard
Harris dee'd., I hereby notify all persons
having claims against said estate to ex
hibit them to me on or before the 1st day
of Mav 1885. B. B. HARRIS,
administrator Cum testaments mnsss of
April 27th, 184.