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SALISBURY. H. C, AUGUST 28. 1884.
ents of Gen. Scales.
Twe Democratic State
po the following an
.1 1 .,,1 i.lnln
. v . 'nun i ira 1 uiuuiuaw)
i. t if iiri'ii"'"'
Tyr! invite i to meet him, and a
tBnrl 1, expected
Elkin, SuOuy, AgSt 23
Dobson, Mon.ly, Aligns 26.
Salisbury, Thursday, Ag. 28.
memoentic papers emulating .n
tbel eslern part of North Carolina
fo.l tO COPV.l
and ou the same, lav pa$e1 tt th ee
readings by 87 to 19. It oh me up in
the Senate on Fe mary 12, pass hg
its second reading, 24 to 12, and on
the 20th passed its third reading; 26
to 10, and became the la. Rnl (gh
Gov. Cleveland to His Brothc
The following letter was written"
Gov. Cleveland to
his elecrion to t lie Ing
It is a letter thai
it, aiul indicates f
reform Governor oi
trust ot W'.
1 882. I
Haven's Office. B
nr Flir Brother!
r havp inst voted. I
Mayor's ottice atone,
SoYofan artist from Frrleshe a
newspaper, who is sketching the office.
If mother was here I should be writ
ing ,o her, and I feel as if it were
..' ... writP to some one who
Visitors to Long Branch are suf
fering injury to their eyesight by the
by the splendor in which Attorney
General Brewster lives. His coming
was preceded by seven horses and a
pony, eight vehicles, sixteen trunks,
four valises ami a hat box. Six rooms
in the hotel and two outside are oc
cupied by his forces, which cousist
of himself, Mrs. Brewster, their son,
a private secretary, a valet, a coach
man, a footman, and a maid. His
Victoria coach is ten feet high and
painted gold and black, with broad red
wheels, and the coachman and foot
man are stupendous to contemplate.
Mrs. Brewster is said to have eighty
toilets ; her husband, apparently, has
only one, for he looks just the same
LaU tin? time, but that one is magnifi
cent enough for eighty". The Brews
ters propose to paint things red while
they can, for the 4Ui of March draws
on apace. His pomp is said to cost
the Attorney General but $450 a
week, the landlord throwing off $100
for the sake of the advertisement.
Died at 104. "Aunt Katie" Lew
is, no doubt the most aged person in
this county, died at the residence of
Mr. Jacob Hair, in Chambersburg
township, on the 8th instant. She was
104 years old older than steam or
telegraphy, and almost as old as the
republic. She retained a fair share of
activity to her last days, and retained
a good-part of her mental vigor.
fr me to wnie U) some on-
I I III
will believe what write, 1 have
been for some time in the atmosphere
of certain success, so that 1 have been
sure that I s!ouhlassume the duties
tor whicii i nave
of .hellish ofoce
nnnu'il.i 1 have tnei
thelightoffchis fact, to properly ap
predate the responsibilities tnai vi
rest upon me, and they are much, tc
Ra 1 ei gh News- Observer: Gen . CI i ng
nian, whose name has always been a
tower of strength among the people
of Western North Carolina, and who
is certainly one of the most remarka
ble men North Carolina has ever pro
duced, strongly supports Cleveland
and Scales. Copt. Wm. M. Cocke,
who was at the head of the so-called
Libera committee last campaign, al
so supports our ticket.
A bauk director died a few days
aeo very suddenly, just after he had
entered the bank. It is supposed that
he went down with 0ie intention of
taking the bank's money but found
that the same idea had occurred to
the cashier a snort time before.
such a plan, nor did lie advocate it, nor
did lie mention it. He was a very active
member of the Senate, and did a good
deal of talking : bat of "his plan" he did
not talk, nor even once did he hint at the
possession of a "plan.'" If be hail any
such plan, all that he had to do was to
hare moved it as an amendment to the
bill. Instead of moving to strike out the
appropriation, it would have been jastns
easy and the natural thing for one with
a "plan to have done to move that the
appropriation be applied to the execution
of "his plan."
Of coarse, Dr. York's "plan" is an af-tcr-tiiongiit,
a pretence. It means simply
that Dr. York sees in 1884 what it would
have been wise for him, whose business
in lite wt -'making a retrenchment and
reform record," to have done in 1876.
But in 1876 Dr. York had notion that he
would be a candidate for Governor in
1884. Raleigh Register.
A word to the people of Durham coun
ty, or others to whom it may concern. I
will advise the people to stop and cou-
oiiliip -mil thin If t 1 1 !.. tiniPA lll't'olC lIlCV
BlUbi I. . v i ..... ...aw f . ... . rail.
goto law at the courts. For the law- MAN I IMITATE IT.
yer's are growiug fat off ot the people's
hard earnings for nothing, comparatively
nothing. If you go to law with your
fellow man and employ a lawyer, you
are worsted then and there; if you lose
the cause you are worsted ; if you Rain
the suit von are worsted : so it will be
blAINUb AT THE HEAD ' , J01"1 Slaepparel. D. A. Swinlt. Jf. X.'Monrr e.
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury, Mrth Carolina.
That it is the acknowledged Leader is a
fact that cannot be disputed.
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLUTT'S WAREHOUSED sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on this market this seiSon, and can show
the highest averages for crops and a general average second to none m the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the only house in
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBACCO,
g If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
He that wants money, means
much, underestitnaieti. iut me
thought that had troubled mo is:
Can I well perform my duties, and
in such a manner as to do some good
to the people of the State? I know
there is room for it, and I know that
I am honest and sincere in my desire
to do weir,' but the question is wheth
er I know enough to accompjish what
The social life which sce-.Mjj await
roe has also been a subject f53xuus
thought. I have a notion that I fcan
regulate that very much as I desire j
aud if I can I shall spend very little
time in the purely ornamental part of
the office, in point of fact, I will
tell you, first of all others, the policy
I intend to adopt, and that is to make
the matter a business engagement be
tween tlie people of the State and my
self, in which the obligation on my
side is to perform the duties assigned
me with an eye single to the interest
of my employers. I shall have no
idea of re-election or of any higher
political preferment in my head, but
he verv thankful and haUDV if I can
well serve one term as the people s
Governor. Do you know, that if
mother were .Jive I should feel so
much safer ! i . aVe always thought
that her prayers had much to do with
my success; 1 s..all expect you all to
help me in that way.
Give iny love to and to -,
he1s with you, and believe me,
Your affectionate brother,
The scoundrel in the shape of a
preacher, who originated the slanders
against Mr. Cleveland, once lived in
Indiana, and is thus described by a
newspaper reporter who knew him :
"A Courier-Journal representative
who was down at Owensville yester
day interviewed several prominent
people, from whom it was learned
that a number of years ago this eame
Ball preached to a small congregation,
from whom he filched money under
various pretenses. He finally became
noted over the country as a great liar,
and one in whom no trust could be
placed. Ball not only became noted
as a liar, butane who imbibed very
f requently a little too -much bad whis
key for a preacher. He was finally
expelled from the ctmich, and he left
the county. He is so well know down
in Gibson county that Republicans as
well as Democrats brand him as one
of the monster frauds of the country.
These facts are authentic and can be
verified at any time.
content, is without three good friends.
As you Like It. And he that has
money, means and content, has any
number of good friends, and they
will remain good friends as loug his
every time. Lvery man that -goes to law
loses mere than he gains nine times out
of ten. There is more money spent in
law unnecessarily than it would take to
support the county, on an average, all
of which could be saved if men Would
think three times before they moved iu
law and would pray to be led in the paths
of duty and uprightness, to do as you
would be done by. If yoa have a difficulty
with your neighbor or any other person,
instead ot going to law, choose you two
where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
JOHN SHEPPARD, the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer op Wester
NONE EQUAL IT. ' North Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and will p;iy 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.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
AND IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
The friends of the unfortunate insane,
white and black, hve the benefits of good hard seiistt 'men, common sense men,
and state the case te them ana let mem
these noble public chanties without
thanks to Dr. York who is now askiug
for votes to elect him Governor of the
State. Aye, not only without thauks,
bnt iu despite of his persistent opposition
by his votes as a member of the legisla
ture. This is a matter worth looking iu
to:forit very clearly shows that Dr,
York is not the man to take the place of enter law suits.
Governor Jarvis, who has done so much
to advance the fame and prosperity of
the State. Here is the record :
Dr York's Asylum Record.
choose the third man, and as they decide
stand to it, and you will, nine times out
of ten, get more justice tliau you will to
go te law ; you will save the lawyer's fee
and cost, and by doiug this, you will
stop our protracted courts. Instead of two
weeks court, there will be four das, and
the lawyer's would soon get tired of sit
ting in their ornces waiting lor you 10
For sale by KLUTTZ
Salisbury, N. C.
Rowan County, June 5th, '84.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
? PURGATIVE nil (i
"Some of or Democratic papers
seem to have forgotten that the lack
of a joint canvass defeated Merrinion
in lbiz: tnai me neaiim, jmirt wm-
vass in 1876 elected Vance by about
fifteen thousand majority ; that the
sudden breaking off of the joint can
vass between Jarvis and Buxton eost
Jarvis several thousand votes, and
that tlie want of a joint canvass in
1882 came near defeating Bennett.
I.Pt the ioint canvass continue. New-
Yes, certainly, by all means let the
ioint canvass continue. iet us all
bcr Dr. lork to stand up with Uren.
Scale before the people, and say what
le has to say. V e are willing to give
Dr. York a .guarantee that he shall
not be hurt only by bcales exposure
of his record and general bad conduct
In the Register of July 30 was printed
Dr. York' Record as made by himself in
the Legislature against each and al. of
the measures which have had so much to
do with the State's unexampled progress
.inil iirosoeritv under Democratic rule.
1 . . Ill il a lv..
t was stated in this "uecoru tnai ui
"AGAINST TI1E ASYLUMS.
'The Western North Carolina Railroad
was unable to command Dr. York's vote.
rhe Cape Fear ami Yadkin Valley Rail
road was unable to command ine
nrtmttsition to settle the State debt was
equally powerless to do so, and so was
the Liepartmeni oi Agriculture. uv
these were material measures that made
no appeal to the instincts ot common hu
manity, but ouly to the more sordid in-
i j . i
stincts of our nature, vv hat men was
Dr. York's record on measures of humani
ty T The story is a brief one. Dr. York
wasnsdeaf to the appeals for help to
Imprisonment for Debt.
Thev would soou resort
other business for a living. You
are very much iu your own light for
keeping up and supporting the lawyers
and court officers. You can save your
hard earnings by thinking three times
and considering soberly and dispassion
ately before you move in a law suit.
Law suits are bad customers and they
can be avoided nine time out of ten with
beuetit and profit. -Cor. Durham Tobacco
The courts in London have decided
that a mau may not keep iu his back
yard a dog which barks and howls. The
Judge stated that the best protection
agaiust thieves and burglars was a small
ilnir ill siil. the house, which would
quickly alarm the inmates, and was 111
Hnitelv more feared by the fraternity.
Neither was it lawful for hand organs to
play when forbidden, not for parties to
keep cocks which crowed at early morn
ing or parriots suspended out of windows
or anything which acted as a disturbance
to those living near.
With all the sneers at the money wast
i -il i n lmildiiifT worthless shins for the
x-. . .-- n , r-
suffering humanity as he was blind to Americau navy, it appears that other na
measures for material progress, auU iu
this he regarded neither race nor color,
nor locality. -, ,. ,
"The bill that resulted in its establish
ment found him
. . . - - ii V..
turns sometimes ninnuer as u.
laud speut 5,000,000 on the Ajax and
Agamemnon, which were nearly eight
years under construction, and are mow
pronounced failures. Bat a private firm
on the Thames built a 0,000 ton ironclad
for a foreign Government in the space ot
two years, with all the latest iiuprove
mftntiii this class architecture, at a quar
ter of the amount squandered ou the
At the Court House door in Salisbury, on
Monday the 4th day of August, 1884, I will
sell that valuable plantation formerly own
ed by George Cauble, situated live miles
south of Salisbury adjoining the Rimer
Mine land, and the land of David EUer 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
is confirmed, and a credit of 6 months, with
interest at ciht per cent from day ot sale
will be allow ed for the other half. By order
of Court, J. M. HORAH, Clerk
Superior Court, Rowan Co.
Tornado and Fire Insurance.
THE HOME INSURANCE CO. of N. Y-
Capital $1,000,000. Cash Assets $7.192,3l.ll.
Is now prepared to Insure property not
only against lire but against loss or dam
age byVVind Storms, Cyclones or Torna
does. Rates 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, 1334 -"-im
And will completely cliango tlio blood la the entire system ta three month. Any
person who will take 1 Pill each eight from 1 to 12 weeks, may be restored to sound
health, if such a thing: be possiblo. For Female Complaints these Fills hare no equal.
Physicians nse them for the uro of I. TVER and KIDNEY dlseacec Sold overywh. ro,
or sent by mail for 25c. in EtampB. Circulars free. I. s. JOUNSON & CO , notion. Uass.
Group. Asthma, Bronchitis. Near!
Bin, Khtii:iatisiii. JolINNiiXS a.NO
1IY N E U MM t.N I (or Jn'.rr na I r.u 4 Sfrins
I'tr) Kill liiM4lil.'.IKiuIy relieir ilirt trrrllilfli
d.eiM-K, aiul mil ..M'iol ruie him a. x
rut of ten. ji;f mutton tlia ll .are mavr
lives eul t .-' l-y mail. Itaat't tlckg- s BSBSSSSJfc
I'rcvcuiicia u Inrticr Mum cure.
'S ANODYNE t-INSfrfiEriT TRES lnnnenia. Blcedlntj af the Lass n-Hirse-icti
WhoopiiH l'..al-h, etimnic iHarrlioea. Dvaenlery. ITiolera Mrt.ii-, KWney lruuUea,saa
ine. SoUl evcrvwlicre. Cimilnrs five. 1. S. JOilNSON A CO.. ltostoii, Mass.
ness. Harking Cou
Diseases of th? Spi
It is a well-known fact thnt most of tlie
norse and Cattle I'owder sold in this coun
try is worthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Towderis absolute'vpure and very valuable.
Nothing on Earth will make hens
lay like Sheridan's Condition Pow-
Hav nrv tatwinflll I:i o:.f'i nintnf
food. It will also positively prevent ani cure nop Cholera. Ac BoMweowrrr.orsfnt hvmsll for Mfcjp
KT it tups. F liriUinw an "Mir siii,hrt i u.i ii. eisva
Dec. 20, 1SS3- 10:ly
"AGAINST THE COLORED INSANE ASYLUM
"It was pass by the Legislature at its
aoaainn of 1876-7. aud Dr. York, who
was then a member of the Senate, voted Ajax aud Agamemnon.
against it. (See Senate Journal l7b 7
pages 691 aud G96-)
"AGAINST THE WESTERN OR MORGANTON
As persistently and boastfully as
they have claimed for the Canby Con
stitution the honor of first making
provision for a homestead raw and
personal property, exemptions, the Re
publicans have claimed, lor that in
tfrmiient the doing away with inipris-
AH t n 11. wr
wunem ior uebt. Upon tins claim,
too, was -rounded the toploftical de
claration that the (Janbv Constitution
'was the grandest producti n of hti
roan wisdom that ever emanated from
ill A . .
le urain ot man. lhere is just as
much toundation, and no more, for
the claim in one case as in the other.
Last week the Register showed
where the homestead law came from.
This week, it will point out the ori
gin of the debtor law.
TheCanbv Convention met in 1868,
Jd in that year adopted the Canby
oasUtntion. Most readers of the
agister can find in their neighbor
hood a copy of the laws of 1866--'67.
I F 1. !..
uiey win take the trouble to get
volume and turn fo pane 85, they
Mil . I o y
nna "Aii act to abolish impris
onment for debt and this act was
precisely what was jiut iu the Const i
Jution i 1368y the Canby Conven
ion. In 1 866j negroes d id not vote
m wl,'te nien then, as white men are
now, were. Democrats. The Legisla
te was white, and of course the Leg
mature was almost nnanimously Deru
ralc. The bill to abolish impris-
nt for ebt was introduced into
w, xoviy uy Jin.
Don't be a busybody, for, gracious
me ! is there anything so disgusting as
a person who is continually minding
everybody's business but their own?
I like to be neighborly, and have
friends, but I don't like to be too fa
miliar with people who always want
to know all about your private affairs.
Don't copy after your next door
neighbor. Always try and have some
thing new. Try and be original.
Don't brag about what you are go
ing to do ; but do it, and then show
Don't become a novel reader. It is
a good thing to speud part of your
time in reading interesting and in-
a If. i
struct! v-6 matter but don t waste your
time in romance and deep fiction.
Dr. York fought most viciously, aud that
too even after a great part of the work
had been doua towards its erection. On
February 20, 1877, the Senate took npthe been
bill to construct the Western Insane Asy- compensatin
So far as our observation extends, the
rescue of the Grcely party has been
made the occasiou for an almost unani
mous expression on the part of the press
iu opposition to any more Government
Arctic exploring expeditions. The waste
ot lite iu these expeditions has already
fearful, and it is evident tnat no
results can ever oe ex-
r - .. . .i . al ..a. I 1 1 t,t
in... nr. York was a nieuioer oi ine uecteu irom iiiimwi ouw. ........
fomrl.t the bill iu everyway. Ouc tion. The little addition to our geograpn
. v,,...., o; - v - - I -
rp-an n A n 7 .
.xiisuu, a iemocrat : was
on the 9m h
xtlle of three Democrats. Messrs.
McKay : was re-
F lcu irom committee on the 30th,
If Southern laud owners would
plant their surplus lands in hickory,
walnut, and other wooffs tnat com
merce demands, they would add much
to the inheritance of their children.
So FAR as our observation extends,
Hio rpwMio u( the Grealv uarty has
mv aiwuv. - . a mf
been made the occasion for an almost
unanimous expression on the part of
press, in opposition to any more Gov
ernment Arctic exploring expeditions.
The waste of life in these expeditions
has already been fearful, and it is
evident that no compensating results
can ever be expected from further ef
fort in this direction. The little addi
tion to our geographical k low ledge
that can ever-be attained by these ex
i.Wfltinns is of a character that can
: " :-
never be of any practical benefit to
commerce or otherwise.
i. ri-.t ...m avi- Im nttitmed
of the ameudiuents lie proposeu was 10 icni Kuuw.euge ...
"Strike out $15,000 tor the year 1877, by these explorations is of a charactei
and 1878, and insert $50, for each year that can never be t any practical bene-
to keep an ordinary board roof on the fit to commerce or otherwise.
a " ."i.i
walls for the next two years, or until me
State can sell the same.'" (See Senate
Journal 1876-7, pages 491, 4li and 4iW.)
"Such complete ludifteience to the ap-
j- A' . I ........ i i , it - MSI lllt til
peats oi sunernig v - vl.(.1,t;ollslU v taverable con
cieu noui a uiucuciug imj - i siiiiu.i.s . r
1 . I . ' i - a . . . . . i . t 1 1 ir ii
The Boston Advertiser calls attention
to the wholesale destruction of forests by
a ...i i... u-sMviiiiau'fl axe. Ntwitn-
UI19 UN. V" .
haveoeenexpecieuirusuap.tsvMv.uis - , . ,
. . i .tiri.t.tkj lias iiasa-a. --svss.aaa v - - .
-.1 a. 1 .L.tlikllC
.,w... of the utter inadequacy of the then means keep pace wun u l "
..... ..r : . i i Kctim-itMi riiiir. o.uuo.wuu " "
existing iiiciiiLiea s yV ' .;.,l f t,ea. while not
more than 10,000 acres are annually rc-
nhiuted. Not less that is,ww,uw auice
1 . ... .1 I c,,., luit .in th
been destroy eu wj
rertaiulv he had proof of the inadequacy
of those facilities tor tne wnue insane in
the western part of the State. But so it
was the appeal of tne sunenng me..",
whether white or black, east or west, was
ntterlv powerless to move him."
Confronted with this "Record" on the
stump. Dr. York does not dispute its
accuracy. Were he disposed to do eo, it
would be silly ; the Senate Journals are
easy of access in every couuty, and the
Journals show that the "Record" is abso
lutely ti ne iu letter and in spirit. But
Dr. York makes a defeuce of his votes
tim Asv nius. tie says in ins
peephes that he was not opposed to in
PACE'S WAREHOUSE !
UNION STEET, - - - DANVILLE, VA.
Is now opened and ready for business. We have
one of the LARGEST and most COMPLETE
Warehouse ever built.
FOB THE S ALE OF LEAF TOBACCO
in the best leaf market in the United States.
A. Ti-iul Im Vll Wo Ask.
Pace Bros.fi Co.
r-yPromDt returns and close
personal attention to consignments
VALUABLE STORK ROOMS
Thk lar"e and beautiful store room for
merly occupied by Bearohardt liros., is
for rent. The building is two skmius nw".
.'round with a large and dry cellar. Depth
nfntnrp room 110 feet: width, 25 feet. It
is elegantly finished, aud arranged lor
Drv Goods and Groceries ; and considering
.t... ...i.-.mi.i.riK nt thn oration in tne ceu-
l n u i -1 . . . . - -
of the most desira-
tUl V 1 UUJI xw,
ble places in town.
ALSO, TO RENT.
TWO STORE ROOMS in my new four-
room block on Main street, between the
public Square and the Court House, iwo
Ixiin" already occupied, The block (66x
90 feet) is two siories high above ground,
divided into four distinct suits, six rooms,
(includfng cellar), in each suit. The store
rooms on the irround floor.are large enough
for merchant doing a medium business, are
handsomely finished and most conveniently
arranged in respect to warming, lighting,
v-ntillating, 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 sepanne uuut cuncw
Firnitie Dealer upholsterer,
FINE WALNUT SUITS, - W
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and$30
Wotbb Wire Mattresses, $7.50,
ice will oc-
of the suits of the block after the
A Question to the Point.
Richmond Dispatch (Deni).
nM ..... ti mm nSxrm voters in this
1 MCir iiir " O -----
Vii.A.iAiitlis. if not more, of them
i...lo.Ml lv white men. Nine-tenths
til V V'li I ' .7 s.
..e si.o. will mta for Blaine. Could an
a vivsas " - .
V . v. t I ijsi-i i mill !14W for better proot than
.i.:. .r.i.. r.nt tii it thA Memo is as free
... .'.it. llol'A MS the white ui in is in any
I. f W W ssvs ---- .
. . . a .1 I I i.I.iii AH
c easing the accommodations for the in- Northern city T VVeasK tue 'SmS
me of either race : that he was in favor Journal if it wm name oue to u in ex
of"5einS theS'tbr both races; and England where the white men would feel
oi luciwo.-a '.. , f t trnket which their em-
aud that nis pian o nvn . Ub - - . .
a new asylum at. Morgan ton for white plovers did not want them to xote T
peoide aud one at Goldsboro tor colored
neonie. out iu uuuu t.nv 1Q m ;
.i - ... r i. r ,, I p,nivviTTi. Aneust It. the contin-
SC w55 hwMbn .wV..tr.e.-.... for th. MHomAtitn
" Jime mo, TS to L State b, U.Ti.g tl.i. ....oilier Uin-t W
one man.ig."nt instead of l.e nao- Ibeooco "PJ""" Sh51S beto
rWJtSeS!. . rart
plan would have commended itself on the nearly three weeks. 1 he to u
' . . s ,.t i. i.nt ,,). the skv clear.
ot economy ro many peopie iuiuuh is vcij
from the street
.i.i...,i.n,,t The Ex nress Office will oc
not by any means to the Register), and
.i. it 1 , V.iil- h nl r-it hiM iii'ooosed or
l 11.11 II Jl . " -! - -
advocated such a plan, the "Record as j " ' " ;m;5 lod2i with 14,160,543
be unjust i '
The present numerieal strength of
t ., i n-ni 111 l.
printed in the Register would
I am pleased to thank my customers for
ii.u inwln of the SDrin-' and Summer and
desire to say that no efforts on my part
shall be lacking to keep on hand a stock
of Goods fully equal to the wants of the
community favoring me wun u.e.r Fu
The men in my employ are expen
i .Amiuitant Sill 1 obliLMUL'. and ever
euceo, A-nvu. ? , "
ready to serve customers with promptness
o him. But Dr. York did not propose
r Fi.hlUhed Utheonlj
i. ... r
l5 1 1873 J Boys in
the South nith OAS LIGHT, B"5
U4arAfiTnir. and a first-class BATH
rmfroiinie is PEBPAKAT0EY or FIH
I8There(is a thoroughly equipped School o
ttt van s PTTV
Special terms to yonng men of small meani
.37:3t,pd. Bingham School, a. C
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to 100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
SewintT Machines Weed and Hartford. W
WANTED ! arifSrjSj
If All " ,,rm ,rM , ;mP not fiillT OCTUpl' d. Will find It to tbur lOtSTSSt
HDDS) BROWXE, Pkks.. W. C. COART, SfcX
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage
Trm Pnlieies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One half cash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Ag.,
l:6m. Salfsbur. 1. C
.f :.!UHT S JiOIAH ECETABLc,PlUS
And all B.ilous Complaint
-'rft? i" takr, tc'..i- imrly vreale: nozr.jr
u;. I'riwascto. All Itt-asjdat.
SAVE YOUR FRUIT !
Scarf's Fruit Preservative !
Without the use of Scaled Cans. The
CHEAPEST and ONLY SURE KIND
KNOWN. Perkfxtlt Harmless. Call
and try it.
At ENNISS' Drco Stoke
There will.be a meeting of the Stock
holder rff the Western N. C. Railroad C. :.!
panv in Salisbury, N. C, on Tuesday tha
25t li June, 1884." By order of the Presi
dent. Geo. P. Kk win.
-e'y & Titm
Salisbury, N. C. Maj 21, 1864. fc
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