o i 1 tvi o
m XV.-TEIRB SERIES
SALISBURY. H. C, SEPTEMBER 4, 13&.
sssM 1 ssm 1 M ssH I bsV IB H n sm
n.h, Arraiqned by the hide-
Blarv 'uicans of Massacliu-
have hoped that the party, which was I Mt. Vernon, N. C, Aug. 4, 1884,
s I x ; a : . . I I
?. greai? "V"1, craaPae Dear Watchman:
irom t n e control ot the men who had
degraded it and reasserted its original
character. Instead we now see these
men promoted and their influence in
creased, while under their inspiration
tlx. nnrtv funis its MM nni mum an1 In
i i... Rpnnh lean I "! r a 1 i
issued uy i , i i piace oi declarations ana unmaniy ap-
Bostos, August 10.
u- in the nublic which lias
iust bee" ,w' Hundred, lately
iC i, ,oe One Hundred,
Jl the Anti-Blame I
,rT mescnt their reasons iu.
l',nst,,'!Lfinn of Blaine to the
Kini trv is certain to make a pro
founn "" '',,.,, !1S it cons from a
lim j - -
j Vm Knir
0f the most anie, rcspeei-
tMi lie f i
and consiste."1 - . -
S.J. it. unqualified indorsement of
SevW a tl,e ,(,ida.te represent-
honest goveiii- ,
jficant, coming as it does, just
ahcious social scau-
da!9 had ken resorted tc-
past of that
I in our
bee or in
s 'en and
We are toW fliat
party is glorious
refore bound to
L.. .n-rlav. We yit
at lis irreut aci
Motion to its pru
the lesson of iU PJf8t
iU princFIc!j areltban
40ne cannot CMmand
Thp nuestion ;s not wb
jican partitas done, but what it will
L. not what it was, but what it U ;
not whether Lincoln and beward and
Sumner and Andrew and Stanton and
Fessenden were greaynen and leaden-
but whether Blaine and Robeson
and Keifer and Elkfns and Clayton
and Kellogg are men to whom we can
safely confide the future of our coun
try. For many years corruption in
high offices has bten conspicuous. It
has shown itself in every department
of the public service. W e have seen
a Vice President driven into private
life by proof of personal dishonesty ;
a Secretary of War impeached for par
ticipation in felony ; a Secretary of the
Navv charged with corrupt practices
' and leaving office under a cloud of
luspiciou, only to appear as a Repub
lican leader in the House of Repre
aentatives ; a Secretary of the Interior
forced from his office by cWtrCs af
fecting his personal and officii char
acter; an Attorney Genera1lAnpro
miswl bv evidence of nettv il jJs.We
j , : .
have not forgotten Colfax and riel
knap and Delano and Williams.
RECORDS OF REPUBLICAN JOBBERY.
In the Treasury Department we
have seen prominent officers implica
ted in Sanborn contracts and suspect
ed of complicity in the gigantic con
spiracy to defraud the revenue know
m the " Whisky Ring" and the Pri
vate Secretary of the President indict
ed as a conspirator, while the Minis
ter who sought to punish the criminals
was dismissed from office. In the
Post Office department we have seen
an Assistent Secretary conspiring with
Senators of the United States in "Star
rout" frauds and the conspirators
boldly defying the government, which
was powerless to secure justice in its
own capital city. We have seen the
last Republican Speaker disgraced by
proof that he had shamefully abused
his appointing power, and in face of
this evidence, whioh has destroyed the
confidence of his constituents, again
the chosen candidate of the Republi
can party for the same high office.
In the Signal Service we have seen a
Superintendent, in the Treasury De
partment a chief clerk and in other
departments trusted officers guilfy of
stealing t he-public money. We have
wen the guilty protected, but we have
vet to see them punished. We have
peals to a prejudice, seeks to secure
votes only to perpetuate the power of
its managers and not to advance the
prosperity of the country.
WHY BLAINE IS OPPOSED
Its candidate for President is a man
Lcharged with the basest of public
crimes the abuse of official power
for his own pecuniary advantage
who for eight years has never dared
to demand that full investigation of
the charges which his political associ
ates would gladly have accorded and
by which alone those charges can be
met. Upon the evidence already pro
duced we believe him guilty, and we
know that many of his prominent
supporters share our belief. Their
declarations before his nomination,
their silence or their guarded language
in pubthrd dresses since, are conclu
sive evidence of this. He ie convict
ed by his own statements of deliberate
falsehood on the most solemn occasion.
The men who iu the past have dis
graced the Republican party are uni
ted in his support and admitted to a
controlling influence in the conduct
of his campaign, while ot the honest
men who are joined Jwith these, the
leaders are largely either holders of
or candidates for public office, who
urge their fellow-citizens to follow
them more to preserve the party than
because they approve its, chief. In
fine, the Republican parly has to-day
no policy which it dares to avow and
a leader whom it cannot defend. At
this very moment it forms an alliance
in West Virginia with the advocates
of dishonest money ; in Washington
political assessments are attempted
You and I, old fellow, will have to
lay our cracked fiddles up on a high
shelf, for good and all. The young
men will now assume control of affairs.
Young Messrs. Cleveland and Scales,
(I do hope and pray not young Mes
srs. Blaine and York,) are mounting
the driver's seat and snatching for the
lines of the National and State omni-
Raffs from all tbe World.
Few people are aware that more titan
half the rags used iu the manufacture of
paper in the United States are drawn
from foreign countries. In the last fiscal
year there were thus imported 151,000,
00t pounds of old papers, rope, bagging
and other paper stock, or a total of 220,
000,000 pounds. About 100,000,000 pounds
of this stock came from England, though
much of that amonpt was not produced
STANDS AT THE HEAD- Jh Sheppard. I. A. Swink. .T.M.lMourc c.
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury, Mrth Carolina,
That it is the acknowledged Leader is a
bus. We'll help 'em up on tbe high there but was brought originally from
cushion and Ijand 'em the strings and other quarters of tbe world. The value
the whip ; and then, if they drive to of all the foreign rags, &c., imported into
the devil we wont have anything to the United United States averages $5,
do hereon the ground but stare at 500,000 a year; and when we consider
'em and pray for 'em to be turned that the total exports of paper and sta
aside by timely accident into the lucky tionary of all kinds from this country are
harbor of purgatory. but $1,500,000 per annum, what has been
Well, it's about time we old fogies 80 frequently said by the Bulletin about
had a rest. It is now in the best of the importance of our home market for
order for us to take a nap or go on a manufactured goods will be better appra
iser snrce. Let's make a vacation trip dated.
down to Beativoir. Miss., and ero a- Chiffoniers with their baes and pokers fact t,,at cannot be disputed
fishing with a very gray gentleman by overhaul all the ash heaps and dust bar- j r v y TlfTT ITp T'P
the name of Davis. Wouldn t you ra 0f the large cities like Boston aud fAXTl? 17
enjoy a release from your printing New York, and remove every scrap of re-
ofhee orison and chatting with that fnse which can be possibly utilized. In , 1 he Largest Armed.
antediluvian coon from whom tbe I tie COUnti v districts pedlers and rag col-
present superior differentiated 'species lectors are generally indefatigable. And j
are evolufed ? We ll try aird get rro- vet great is the consumption of paper
fessors Agassiz and Huxley and Kerr in tlti United States that we not only use
to go alone, and we'll examine and up au o( oor ouj rngeg but pay tlte peo-
pat his curious old fossil bones till pie cf foreign nations $5,500,000 per an-
we're satisfied. ,,um for a portion of theirs. The largo
Conic to set it in the blaze of my 8Ubstitution of wood pulp in place of rages
everlasting old electrical light of his- ag a pnper material in this couutry of
tory, this "new departure is aoout ate years is all that has saved our paper
right. Adam was only a baby when makers from much inconveuience iu se
he took charge of Eden. Noah was a cul.jng materials. As it is, good rags are
mere stripling when he bid his sailors jligier to-day in spite of the prevalent
cut the ark's mooring cables for a good dauneM than raw materia lin most other
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 noue in the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the only house in tlte
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBACCO.
If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
JOHN SHEPPARD, the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer op Westers
NONE EQUAL IT. 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, iSWINK & MONROE.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1S84.
The Lightest Running.
Tbe Most Beautiful Wood Work
WD IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy aud all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
PARTY REFORM HOPELESS.
It is idle to hope that, with such lead
ership, the abuses of the past can be cor
rected or the party reformed. Under tbe
influences which now dominate its coun
sels the tendency must be downward ;
and there is no clearer proof that this
tendency exists than the factihat honest
men are found ready to tolerate and ex
cuse offenses which a few years ago would
have made tlte offender infamous. We see
in increasing fideWty to party great dan
gers to our government, arid it is an omen
of disaster when this fidelity leads men
long float. David was a "wee bit of brancheg of trade.
a tinesey Wmesey teller when ne
floored Uoliath. rioorah lor me r
ing generation !
Well, now if the Younff men are
7 - - - w
wise and smart enough to manage all
the fools and rascals and "scentorifer-
ous black men" in this country, why,
bless their dear soals, they are the boys
to do it. We old-timed loggerheads
can't do it no how. Let 'em try their
hand. Their daddies will be mighty
proud of 'em, should they succeed.
Some folks have been objecting to
the young men. Now, would you
have thought it possible they could
have had the effrontery to do it?
Who fight our battles? Who marry
theeirls? Who build our railways
and factories and make all the money?
Who, my friend, but the redoubtable
ouns America ?
And ain't we proud of him ? And
ain't this all we have got to say to
hi in : Go sorter slow, boy ; your dad-
For sale by KLUTTZ
Salisbury, N. C.
I PURGATIVE nil I O
of character and position to throw men b(?en throug1 tbere ong ago;
influence in favor of honesty and to mis- ,,.-rnnU niui gamll,ars were nretty
lead their fellow-citizens by misrepresent
ing tbe facts and obscuring the issue.
The fascination of tbe name "Republican"
has made men blind of offenses which
otbet wisetbey would coudemn. It is ouv
imperative duty, therefore, to disregard
tbe appeals to party spirit, which in tbe
language of Washington, it is "the inter
est and duty of a wise people to discour
age aud restrain," aud to consider bow
best we cau stay tlte progress of corrup
tion in tbe govarnment of our country.
(partisan or honest government.
Leaving to Congress tbe great questions
of oolicv. which must be questions of
i;aiatiti mid rpserviuir the rijgbt to
fe ' 0
vote in Congressional elections for such
men as represents our opinion on these
questions, intending in tbe State to vote
iu tbe future as we have in tbe past, we
See in tbe Presidential contest a simple
issue. Out platform is tbe single priuci
! nnnu Imfc men of proved iuteuri-
tv should be supported for public
and that the use of official power for per
sonal ends is a breach of trust, which
.l.nnl.1 iliftnmilifv for the public service
thick ; and he had to
look out for a
E, P. H.
a Widkima The Sunrente Court of
Iowa recently rendered a decision which
embodies a world of truth and warning
that should interest every young woman
io the land. A wife had made applica
tion for a divorce on the ground that her
husband was a couflrmed drunkard, when
the evideuce showed that she had knowl
edge of his intemperate habits before she
had manied him. In refusing tbe peti
tion the judge said : "You voluntarily
chose a drunkard for a husband, and you
should discbarge tbe duties of a diunk
ard's wife. His failure to keep a pledge
of reformation beforo marriage does not
T f .M
iustify vou in deserting mm. nimug
knowingly married a drunkard you muse
make Yourself content with the saercu
w m m
relationship." Hard on the wives oi
drunkards. But let ns hope it will be a
warning to those who are so conceited as
to believe they can reform husDantis
when lovers defy their appeals. Noble
and self-saved is the girl who refuses the
hand of a drunkard !
Dignified and Magnificent.
And Mighty Fond of Brandy.
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 by George Uattble, situated nve mues
south of Salisbury adjoining the nimer
Mine land, and 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.
Terras 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 eight per cent from day of sale
will be allowed for the other half. By order
of Court, J. M. HORAH, Clerk
Superior Court, Rowan Co.
And will completely change the blood In the entire system In three months. Anjr
penon who will take lfU each night from 1 to IS weeks, may he restored to I mind
health. If inch a't h in pr he possible. For Female Complaints these Pills have no equal
Physicians use them for Uic t are of LIVER and KIDNEY diseases. Sold everywhere,,
or sent by mail for 25c. in stamps. Circulars free. I. S. Jull.ssos CO-, notion. Uau. .
Croup. Asthma, BronehtUs, Neural
gia. Rheumatism. JollNrioN ANO
DYNE LINIMENT (or liitrrual and Aif.rwsl
Cm) will fti.tMiitanronitly reucri- Um-w trrrlMst
dnciiM. suJ Mill puklurely cure nine tases
out of tt'ii. Information thai will are mavy
livos hoi 1 1 frrf by mall. Ilrm't dvlajr s ovucitU
l'revuutuui ii betlrr Utsu cure.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT CVRES Influent. Bfetdhw at thp T.nnir llnsrS
Iscascs of ths Spine. Sold everywhere. Circulars free. 1. S. JOHNSON a CO., Boston. Mass.
MAKE HENS LAY
Tt is a well-known fact tt nwf of Hie
Horse and Cattle Powder sold in this coun
try is worthless: that Sheridan's Condition
Powder is absolute'y pure and very-valuable.
Nothing on Earth will make hens
lay like Sheridan's Condition Fow-
J TV., t.a.nAAnril tn asoh mint tf
food. It will also positively prevent ani cure Hr Cholera, Ac. Sold everywhere, or bv mall fbr e t
UIMPSI S-tUS-al I7D A simp. KnrnUhiinlar?eean,price1.00;l.vu:.i.!.r' X
CHICKEN CHOLERA, Icircuiarsfres. 1. S. JOttSSON A CO., ttoaiuu, Mess. ,
Dec. 20, 1SS3 10:ly
tbose who are guilty of it. A party nota
een the whole patronage of the ietl- .nation which violates this principle
prn nrrti'urMn,n.. ... .l .-I.. I mnct iwr milv forfeit our SUOnOl'l, bill 111
b IIIIICIIl UJ"CIII IU ..... .
port a leader in Virginia whose prin- cur our unswerving opposition. By
cipje is repudiation and whose nielli- nomination of James G. Hlaiue the
ods violate every rule of political mor- publican party has thrown down the
'")'. e have een the public bus- gauntlet for partisan government, in
i .i i ll
Democrtic party answers tne cuanengc.
11 lervice sneered at and politic al as- Its candidate is the acknowledged ettam-
sessments levied in defiance of party pion of reform and political honesty, i ne
Promises and mil.lw ntuninn until tlioi ioan. ia tlma ioincd .' The leatlers are
vim iiiiiii i notiv I? j
ave of ponular indirrnatibn forced a raun-sentative men, the foremost of their
reluctant Congress to inaugurate re- kind, and we cannot for an instant hesl-
form. The evils of a-debaseil curren- tate in our choice or doubt what the true
cy have been disregarded ; our navy interests of our country demand. We do
J a monument of maladministration : not ally ourselves with the Democratic
lhe surplus, with all its tern u tat ions Mn v. still less saudiou or approve its
to extravagance, remains substantially p;,8t, but its present candidate has prov
ed his fidelity to tbe principles we avow
an. lin the election he commands aud will
receive our support.
AIA. URGED TO SUPPORT CLEVELAND.
For these reasons we orge all our fel-
party honoring men who Idegrad-
Finally, we ha e seen the party re-
'yUlg for its COntiuunnM in iuitvpr nut
Auotber new anecdote of Daniel Web
ster is recorded here merely to illustrate
bis unfailing dignity of manner and the
magnificence of his liberality in common
things. Journeying once from New York
to Boston in the cars, he occupied a seat
with a gentleman, who relates the story,
to whom he said not a word until the
train was approaching New Haven. Turn
ing to him then, in his profoundest voice
he asked. "Can you tell me, sir, of any
place in New Haven where I can get a
glass of first-rate brandy t I am not feel
His companion did happen to know a
little bouse opposite the station, famous
in those days to the iuitiated, where tho
unadulterated could be bad, and it being
without sign, he told his i: qnirer how to
find it to cuter the door and go up stairs
to the little front room, and ask for a
glass of brandy. And stay ! tell tbe man
to give it you out of the black bottle un
der the counter."
Tbere was not mnch time to loss, but
Webster found the place, and mounting
to the little room, astonished the keeper
by the raaguificent depth of tone and air
of authority with which he asked fon a
glass of brandy, aud that, too, without
delay. "And stop, sir," said tne states
man, slowly raising his band and point-
inrr Ilia eloouent finder : 'I waut it from
that black bottle under the counter."
The awed keeper obeyed. The great
man poured out a nearly full tumbler,
poured it down with expanding satisfac
tiou. threw a bill on the counter, and
turned to descend.
Results of a Bolt of Lightning.
Last Thursday afternoon, about half an
hour after the storm, Mrs. H M Sossaman,
who lives at Wadsworth's farm farm,
near the citv, was knocked down and Be
verly stunned by the concussion of a
bolt of lightning thnt struck a tree near
her. She was standiug on the front porch;
the rain had ceased, the sun was sinning
and a single black cloud was seen floating
in the skies. As it neared tbe bouse, a
vivid flash of lightning descended and
struck a large cedar tree in tne iraui
yard. The tree was snivereu l""
i. aiilintPi R were cast in all duec-
tions. Several ot tne spnuic.o
Mrs. Sossamon. The shock stunned her
and she fell inseusible to the floor. It was
several hours before she regained con
sciousness and it was only yesterdaj that
she was aids to leave her bed. Mr. YV il
more, the Bible ageut, who was in the
house at the time was severely atanuwl,
but was out next morning. Charlotte
Tornado and Fire Insurance.
THE HOME INSURANCE CO. of N. Y.
Capital $1,000,000. CaiOi AiatU
Is now prepared to Insure property not
only against tire but against loss or dam
age by Wind 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, 1884 -2m
VALUABLE STORE ROOMS
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.
FOR THE S AJ,E OF LEAF TOBACCO
in the best leaf market in the United States.
A. Trial Iw Va.ll We
Pace Bros: & Co.
fPronipt returns and close
personal attention to consignments.
The Charlotte Obterver relates witii
evident pride and pleasure, that New
combe Brothers of that city have rigged up
a steam saw machine to go through the
TO RENT !
The large and beautiful store room for
merly occupied by Bearnhardt Bros., is
for rent. Tne Uiuiuing is two .'
around with a large and dry cellar. Depth
of store loom 110 feet ; width, 25 feet. It
iselcantlv finished, anU ariangeu iur
nrv a.,nlaand Groceries; and considering
the advantages of the location in the cen
ter of business, is one ot the most desira
ble places in town.
ALSO, TO RENT.
two KTORP. ROOMS in my new lour-
X ?T V " - . . . . .!.
FuTIlituTB M8F, Upholsterer,
FINE WALNUT SUITS, 559
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and$30
Woven Wire Mattresses, $7 AO,
.V 1 a i
-..' l.r..L- vnnl nml cut ui l i.il- Alain street, oetwecii
City IO BTcrj hisii o " j- room unn-v 7
Li.fir.woo.1. A cord of ooU operated pubHc Sqo.re and the Court House two
. .ix.or mmm enSie .nd . SSt,,1!
saw is ouieuiv wmw'
towards freedom for the white man
low citizens to unite witli us 111 our enons
to secure the election of Governor Cleve
iml ..ml to nrtriinize hi their respective
I - - HUI . tiunio L.J M L VII I, ...... c)
out to enCMIMffa ll t ncn m Iclii 1 - ro I m i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nods, that the vote of Mnssa-
OrHr.v it... ..I .1. , ... I.. V..f.mli.l' r.,i.
"oi mnr I mm ir 1 . . . . t .. .. . I a ni.t ra mni w r iu nuitiiiwi
, u , u t i ucil tUU II I IJ Orwin""" o
expfnse, they miirht be furnished with honest government.
011 ts own achievements, but on the
Mistakes of its opponent, and we have
icon I , 1 .
lis leaders not seek me to prevent.
fevnuefl sior their continuance in
jwer. We have seen all these things
J ,,ave oeen told that the party must
preformed from within: that onr
, ' '""' la.v m its caucuses and con
We challenge the State on Irish pota
toes. Last Monday Rev. J. R. Littleton
of this town, had dug from his potato
patch au Irish potato weighing 3i ponuds.
for voars uu Imvo v Utdnd rhiA scciiis incredible, but it cau be prov-
0 I'ns advice ami have stuiglcd ed $ a u umber of reliable witnesses, and
against the men who have soiiglit to I we are one of them. From this patch be
se the party for base personal ends, realized 50 bushels from 2i bushels plant-
meswe have them beaten, aud'ed.-Tie SMfjObterrer.
'Ston. sir." cried the mail "your
Webster turned with portentous soletn
uitv nnd in the tone that often thrilled
the Senate exclaimed : "No, sir ! A man
who gives a glass of brandy like that to
a thirsty traveller should nsver give
change for a dollar."
-When the astonished bar-keeper rela
ted the incident, he learned who his im
posing customer was.
Cuue for a Cough. A strong decoc
tion of the leaves of pine, sweetened with
loaf sugar. Take a wine glass warm on
mlf that sucked two cows ;
servatiou I made was the more he sucked
tbe greater calf he grew."
ftft fret i
divided into four distinct suits, six rooms,
(including cellar), in each suit The store
Lmi on the craund floor.are large enough
.l - - Kimillim KncinftcA :irr
. . f nHni.inT riiiiiiir :i iiiii a i u ill w
Sir Win. B. being at a pansn ...cC....b 7- ,. mnst -.mvenient v
. , . aitiii i 1 v 1 ian.ii
made some proposals which were object- ' .in 1 in reSpect to wanning, lighting,
ed to by a farmer. Highly enraged, "Sir," ventiUating, aud access to the upper rooms
.n l, to the farmer, "do you know tliat 1 (4 , number), wntc 1 .... r
h7ve bn to two univerities, nnd two col- for a small W, 7be
leges in each university f1 "Well, sir, ,",r1-om8 tr'om tho street. Gas fixtures
a. fo..Ar lmt ot tliatT 1 uau a T ie Ex uress umce i"
MIIU lilt lillinv.., " IUIUUSUVM " . ' ,. . , I I ..I. ..-t.,ntl.n
the ob- ,,ne nf t 10 suits OI Uie uiuciv .
- - 1 I.UI"
t iorl tn thank niv customers for
1 (i 1 11 IIILU7V.V. ,
1 1 a. rt t 11 Dili 111 l: "-
From Dublin is reponea to sa y that no efforts on my part
.tr.- f i liniieas eatinn lier own . ,, ... !,, ,n l-pph on hand a sioch.
"j j ... 1 siian Lt , i.v ..... , .
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to 100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewinc Machines Weed and Hartford. Uir
Tour.iilinirftlSherrantl other., whs time-is not fall JJM.J'
to eonMposd with us, Tofun'jou. .nd '"7JZZttmitmWtti
bu.nc oaow many iuivuun.. -------- , Main Street, ttltlu.a,
tail. One day she removed twelve incnes wf Goods fully equal to tne wants a -of
it, and, though efforts were made to nity 2
heal the bleeding stun.p, the lioness con- ass Tht meu m .J and cver
tinued to eat the tail until it had almost
entirely disappeared. One of the lore
then attacked, aud it was oe-
pis n Q n "
lhrretl that tbe operation
would end in
rainf to lied, and half an hour before eat- i delegates.
. i 1 churches are invited,
ing, three times a day.
Tbe 8th anunal State Couveutiou of the
Youug Men's Christian Association will
be hefd at Greensboro, N. C, September
12th, 13tti and 14th, at ten o'clock, a. m.,
closiugon Suuday tbe 14th, with a farewell
address. Tbe Association at Greensboro
extends a cordial iuvitatiou to allAsso-i
ctatious, each beiug entitled to send three
. . . B 9
Pastors of all Evangelical
:r..l tn serve customers with promptness
and politeness. R- J- HOLMES
Wright s Indian if ecetaw-ePois
la 8 V E R r
And &I1 3 I ious Complaints
Knit? to t.tU-. Ik'.5 ir-ly ve5pi-ile: no frns
litg. i'rice iieu. Ail OrHCOsSs.
I u.i i r...
n ncnuui IUI
U 1 1873 i Boys in
i tirst-c la
and s tirst-iliss BA1H
the South v.ith GAS LIGHT,
Tbe"n i. PREPARATORY or FIH-
SJ,B,f' . 1.1- tt.,innel School of
There is a i mn j
mTT rn.P A PTTV
Special terms to young men n...-.
ISlst Session begins July 30th.
For Catalogue, ldre?s.
37:3t:Pd. Bingham School, M . t
u i : aa vm, pres.. w. c.waki.br
Total Assets, $710,745.2.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage.
Tprm Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One halfcash and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.,
I:G.ii. Salis'.ur- N. C.
SAVE YOUR FRUIT !
Scarf's Fruit Preservative !
Without the use of Sealed Cans. The
CHEAPEST and ONLY SURE KINr
KNOWN. Perfectlt Harmless. Call
and try it.
At ENNISS' Drco SToaa.
There will be a meeting of, tbe StocV
holder oTflie Western N. C Railroad C
pany in Saflsburv, N. C, oa Tuesds
25th June, 1884." Bv order of the Pie i
,Pi,t F.o. P. Ki! win
S s'j V TrSa
Sslisbury, N. C, Ma 21, l8tJ4,