SubSS!FnUos of tlieC
a en f
, .hrtnce.e-'" f
' itl, 230 pupil.
In this p! Pn"
. nrro n -
was a part
China Grove, in pur
,,rused of rape, com-
The new census of the school nnnnl.
tion of t!i is district 1ms just been complet
ed. The white children number GOG, aud
the colored 64T, total 1313. The former
are 46 more than Were enumerated last
year, and the latter 107 more. The total
increase for the year being 153. Of course
a large part of this increase is due to the
fact that the census has been taken more
carefully than ever. It has also been as
certained that within the corporate limits
of Salisbury the school population is 1188.
In 1880 the school population of North
Carolina was about 36 per cent, of the
whole imputation. If our school popula
tion is tiie same proportion of the whole,
the present population of the town is a
little over 3,300.
..- & Scales
A inn wiw"
Club are re-
a 1 l tO-
L position taken by this paper on
.hiect discusseu uj
3K is not self-evidently correct
! . i: A..iMnit it through
, lll III u.
- s cat and
,um ' -'inier-
liahiii v $at W-fe
' thl '. s
vuie boilp "fen
.IS .'", i'.W
i i l v n v
Democratic ciuu mL
i ibs., of
JOT TOO r am
aliziiil? I"8 1
.exchange mentions the nriber of
.ml ft 1 1 . . ...... . i k
belsof gram ttiresneo i v wro -
t ju round number including wiimu
i tt,alot 20,000. J.U.teart oi
.... : ..." 1. .1
MM Mountain, in tun nciuatj,
,ulle steam thresher, just ioout
abled the sum.
IteiBAT School Pics ic There will
rl Sabbath School Picnic at Mt. labor ,
.rcu,on Saturday the 20th September,
Mt. Mt. Tabor is on the old Mocfcs
iroad, about five miles from Snlisbu
' A cordial invitation is extended to
Stbbath Schools to attend. So.ver-
good sneakers are expectett to Ueiiver
fOw young townsman, Jas. a. noraii,
Im received an appointment in
Ul'.S. Pension Bureau as an ullymer
fpeiwiou claims, and has been'MPjied
duiv nt Knoxville, Tenn. He WRVs
lav for lii new field of labor.
The Democrats of Salisbury township
had a big rally Friday night last in
Merouey's Hall for the purpose of orgau
lzing a Cleveland and Scales Club.
temporary organization was effected with
Dr. J. K. Keeu in the chair and the eu
rollmeut of names commenced with two
Secretaries to record them. In a few
minutes time the list was completed, aud
on being couuted, it was found that 175
voters had enrolled as members of the
Several speeches were made, and the
very best spirit prevailed throughout
The Central Club of the County has put
itself into position to do thorough work.
They are nearly all young men, full of
vitfor aud enthusiasm, aud must be cor
dially and liberally sustained in their
t ffoits bjj older ilooCratlc citizens who
depend on tltet. the work of the
Tiave as cauvass. Cheer them liberally, aud a
-Ifrnitf hftrvyt will be reached iu No
Cleveland aud Scales Club.
Her.-Or. Rumple commenced a series
fLecturcs at Moloney's Hall Tuesday
Fmng last, cuiOraciu many subjects
interest brought to his attention
king his trans-Atlantic trip. The only
nk we have to make is, that it is
siu -prising how much more some
ei can see ami learn than others in
sing thriu;li any given field or coun
ty, lire next lecture wi be delivered
: the same place next Wednesday even-
Republican Caxoioates FOJt Sheu
tT. 1 hero aril t.ivn I'wmiltlipnn finili-
for the office of sheriff of this coun-
1. to wit; (. A. J. Scchler and C. E.
iills. Theydo : it seem to have besn
loonuated by any public meeting of the
v,or even a little bob tail ring.
J announce themselves at the "solici-
MM of friends," &c A party with can-
ate thus announced, ought not to
at candidates nominated by the
Wj expressed chsice of the democrats
'every township iu the county, as were
rww, Woodson aud Atwell.
Denied. The Salisburv eoi resoornlint.
fe Charlotte Observer, "J. V. R."
se letter will be found on the 4th
?e of this paper made a statement cou-
er,nnS tl part Ukeu by Chrudius Mills
moment when a personal affair
imoiinent Wtween the mndidar-!.
Governor while sneakinir lifm lat
eek, the correctness of which he denies
h neitluT b l -Kit t,,,,. A k.
r-", out was on v a onii t. w
11 is proner thai u i u
tmt win, i. , . . b
- icuer reieirea lo above.
The Executive Pnmmitta ;..
"JlAip of Rowan, though awake, may
fcvote us much effort to tins work
to them as it deserves. A
atUeal depends on these Committees.
1sa"ittion and a proper as
w6DWent to ?. member the duties to
IH-rfornred aud those duties well dis-
ET have its effect
All elm..l 1
l - -uhiu glvo Umj
A la-ge body ot Democratic citizens
I met last Friday night at Merooey's Hall
to form the Salisbury Cleveland and
Mr. L H. Clement, iu culling the as
sembly to order stated that we had come
together to give battle to the old foe
the Republican party. The Liberal party-
had fought for two causes: auti-prohibi
tiou aud against county government
But. since J. G. Blaine, one of the most
intense prohibitionists from the most
intense prohibition State of Maiue, had
been accepted by the so-called Liberal
party in conjunction with the Republi
can party and nominated Dr. York, the
very father in Western North Carolina of
the present form of county government
us candidate for Governor, and thereby
removing the pet causes of the so
called Liberal party, we could not ac
knowledge the existence of such a party,
and had to consider every body who is
not a Democrat a Republican.
He then called J. ii. Keeu to the chair
as temporary chairman aud J. J. Bruuer
as temporary Secretary. The enroll
ment of members then bey an and 175
men joined the club, which upon motion
was to be called "Tho Salisbury Cleve
laad aud Scales Club." j
iVhile the committee ou permanent
organization, appointed by. the tempo-
rary chairman, retired lor consultation.
Col. F. E. Shober explaiued to the
Club the present political situation, de
clared the State would go democratic by a
larger majority thau ever before. That
Cleveland's chances were getting better
every day. New England was dissatisfied
and rent asunder by factious. The mon
eyed men of the middle states were afraid
of Blaine's brilliant foreign Guano and
ilou tail twisting policy, the great, West in
opeu revolt, the South solid.
The report of the committee of perma
nent organization was adopted as follows;
President, Hou J S Heuderson ; Vice
Presidents, J R Keen, J M Gray, W C
Lindsay, John Lewis, Jas R Crawford,
J P Weber, S J Swicegood, P P Meroney.
Recording Secretaries, Theo Buerbaum,
D L Gaskill, J F McCubbius. Currespon
dins Secretarv. J W Rumple. Treas-
k , L
urer, J Allen Brown.
Executive Committee: W L Rankin,
M S Brown, J I Shaver, W H Overman,
M M Bailey, Win Smithdeal, J A Gill.
Working Com mi tic-: R C Skahau, Jas
Plummer, John Beard, Then F Kluttz,
James Barrett, John Fraley, Ed Cuthrell,
W F Owen, Geo A Kluttz, Beu Cauble,
C F Baker, W W Reid. Sergeant-at
Arms : Robert Shaver, R M Pendleton
Committee to solicit names : North
Ward: C R Barker, D A Atwell. South
Ward: JU C Skahan, S J Swicegood: East
Ward: J R Keen. Geo H Shaver. West
Ward: W 11 Overman, Theo Buerbaum
'1'owuship at Large: Alex Tate, John
Beard, S B Ketchey , A M Brown.
Committee ou Constitution aud By
laws : D R Julian. T C Linn, L S Over
The Club the then adjourned to meet
next Friday night, Sept. 5th, at Merouey's
id December, and the committees asked
to be present on that day.
Licenses were grouted to retailers of
spirituous liquors as follows : Moyle &
Bro., corner or Lee nod Council streets ;
aud J. T. Harrison, Mt. Veruou hotel.
At the request of a number of voters
two uew voting precincts were establish
ed iu the county : one at Rowan Academy ,
in Providence township, and oue at Hei-
ig s Mill in Litaker.
Allowances were made from the county
poor fund to the amount of $27.85.
A contract for repairing the granite
floor ol th Court House porch was let to
Messrs. J. D. A. Fisher and Fesnerman
Eighteen paupers reported lor August
at a total cost of $42.90.
The followiug is a list of Registrars ap
pointed for the different voting precincts,
to wit : .
Salisbury J P Gowan.
Frankli.yH C Boat.
Unity John A Bailey.
Scotch Irish Vf G Watson.
Third Greek Jesse Powlaas.
Mt. Vila Jesse W Miller.
Steele W L. Kistler.
Coleman's Store Jos. F McLean.
EnochviUe E A Propst.
Locke C H McKenzie.
China Grove H R Plaster.
Bostian's X Roods V A Sloop.
Heilig's Mill Litaker) J Hen ft Heilig.
void axil F H Mauncy.
Bernhardt $ Mill A W Kluttz.
Morgan's P C Shaver.
-Batter Shop 8 A Earn hart.
Bowan Academy (Providence) Alexander
Below are the Judges for the ensuing
Salisbury Jns. Beard, E B Neave, F D
Irvin, Giles Neely, col'd.
Franklin H G Miller, W Trott, Mitchel
Carson, col'd, Rob't Fisher, col'd.
Unity Knox Culbertson, .M 8 Fraley,
Daniel Penninger, Harry Winecoff.
Scotch Irish J H A Lippard, Thos. Nib
lock, vy l Steele, H H Harper.
Third Creek- J Max Cowan, M D Phifer,
John Baker, Joseph Lippard.
Mt. Vila Jno K Goodman, Jno 8 Knox,
Jno F Goodman, Jas West.
Steele BC Arey, J M Harrison, T 8
Wood, Solomon Ritchie, col'd.
Coleman's Store W A Hoock, D A Sloop,
J R Weddington, Jno L Erwin.
EnochviUe Vf C Rose. W T H Plaster,
Aaron Yost, A Van Pelt.
Locke J A. Fisher, F M Tarr, J P Wise
man, J F E Brown.
China Grove Chas Correll, R 8 W Scch
ler, Jno Sloop, C H Bruuer.
Bostian't X Roads J A Eddleman, E 8
P Lippard, Dr. M A J Roseman,
For the Watchman.
Mr. Editor: The repeated and promi
nent mention of the name of M. H. Pin
mix, of Davidson, in connection with the
Congressional nomination is highly grati
fying to his friends, and insphes the hope
that this gentleman may be elevated to a
position commensurate with his merits
and ability. If large capacity, sterling
Democratic principles, and faithful party
services constitute a recommendation,
Mr. Pin nix is richly entitled to the favor
able consideration of the forthcoming con
vention. A mau of untiring energy, and
great power and fluency as a speaker, no
mau iu the district could make a more
effective canvass. And as a Representa
tive lie would be faithful and fearless.
Your correspondent believes that the
occasion and the place call for Piuuix.
-'; - HPS...
I hereby announce myself an independ
ent candidate for the office of Register of
Deeds of Rowan County. I shall be eo uall y
grateful for all assistance I may receive by
tnc sunrages or every party. ir elected, I
will endeavor to serve the county faithfully
P. E. Wright.
Enoch vi lie, Aug. 30, 1884.
By the Rev. R. L. Brown, at the resi
de uce of Mr. George Peeler, on the 2 1st
of August, 1864, Mr. John W. Miller to
Miss Margret L. Smith.
THE TIME HAS
AT LAST FOR
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For the Watchman.
Sept. 2, 1884.
Editor Watchman :
lu view of the fact that the Congres
sional Convention conies off ou Tuesday
next, it is to be hoped that the delegates
will act wisely aud for the best interest
of the party, aud that the nomination to
be made will be that of a man who has
been tried and found true. The same
reasons exist now us existed before whv
I a Rowan man should be nominated. The
former convention in its wisdom selected
one of our citizens, aud the reasons which
prompted this choice are, if possible,
stronger now than before. Rowan is still
the central couuty of the district ; she still
has more iu common with the extreme
counties, aud a wider acquaintace with
their people. She is still able to preseut
a mau who has no differences to heal, no
autagouisms to encounter, no old preju
dices to overcome, and around whom the
entire party may rally, aud who will car
ry the standard to victory, his name is
iuko. f . Kluttz, aud his nomination will
ensure success. He will make u nsht.
not ouly for himself but for the party.
He is able to do it. He has never feared
the face of foe, aud from the day of his
nomination to the eve of the election his
voice will be heard in every part of the
district rallying the Democratic hosts for
Cleveland, Scales and Reform.
Salisbury Female Acedemy.
The fall tenn of this Institution will
opeti on Wednesday, Sept. 10th. Terms
same as heretofore. The same excellent
teachers. Miss Caldwell and Miss Jordan,
will have charge. Persons wishing to!
send pupils should enter them promptly
either before or on the day of opening.
By order of School Com.
J. J. Brunkr, Cli'in.
Aug. 14, 1884.
I will from this date offer 'my entire stock
Heilig's Mill A W Rusher, M G M Fish
er, Isum Rendleman, col d, Julius Bringle
Gold Hill J C Snuggs, N B Mc Can d less,
Ben Martin, Wm. Bangle.
Bernhardt' Mili.Q A Miller, Moses Fes
pennan, Daniel Frick, C C Gall.
Morgan's Jas A Lisk, A A Morgan, Wi
lev Bean, Eli Wyatt.
Hatter Shop--Aex Lyerly, G L Lycrly,
David Pool, Tobias Kest lor.
Rowan Academy H C Peeler, Jacob Trex
ler, Jacob C Kluttz, Julius Holshouser.
A number of claims against the county
were approved, most of them for repair
ing the Statesville road over Third Creek
T. K . BUUNER, MANAGER.
Mr. Jacobs is here from Philadelphia.
He has contracted with J. D. Stewart to
take the water from the Reimer aud sink
the main shaft 50 feet deeper. They
have three steam pumps pumping day
Work is progressing at the Barriuger,
which continues to produce fine ore
Some of the specimens have an i oz of
sold imbedded cleau and free iu the
is reported that Frank Williams
moved his five stamp mill over to
Dear Sir: In full sympathy with you-
ii respect to the attitude Rowan should
occupy iu the next District Convention, I
eg, nevertheless, to urge to the attention
Rowan delegates, the name ot our
distinguished fellow citizen. John S. Heu
derson, Esq. He needs uo commenda
tion, lor all know his worthiness to oc
cupy the seat of those sterliug men, Chas.
isher and Burton Craige, of our ante
elluin history. Your correspondent be-
. ... i 1 1
leves that no better seieciiou couiu ue
"H,o it if
Nl her ful,
w 10W majority, and can aud
proper efforts be made to
to fill the
U ; , u,8t,t Convention
vacant by the declination of
lUus-;u l. i , .
. o , .... W hce ext Tueg
A full 'attendance of
,8 very deuir.-ihU. tL. ru
as i iiw.tnB c
pnfe(.f , ensuring more
Srt If T, mfaed0U voters iu every
liberal ,1U,,ic, WIth
, "Wit KMl f - 7.1, - . - .
0Hit hot !.- r, . "
Gounty Commission ers. Following is
the action of the Board at its regular ses
sion held Monday the 1st instant:
It was ordered that the tax list of 1884
be placed iu the bauds of Sheriff Krhler
Au order which formerly approved the
condemning of a school house site in col
ored district No. 1, Steele township, was
The comini tteeinou of colored districts
2, 3 and 4, Franklin township, were or
dered to reut a school house for the use
of the colored race iu said districts.
CUizuus of districts 2, 3 aud 6, Chiua
Grove township, petitioned for a new dis
trict, whercupou it was ordered, that the
committeemen of said districts appear
the Board on the 1st Monday iu
December. Also a request from citizen
of district 3f Locke, and 27 Salisbury, to
w,tfartwv T " win nchuive a change the bouuilary Hue uetwecu sam
. -. M.t resstnl result. 1 districts was-lakl over till the Ut Monday
A two-thirds interest in the Jones
n. a a 1
miue, in Kandoipii connry, uas oeeu
purchased by Ragau k, Millis of High
Kluttz for Congress.
The writer believes that Mr. Theo. F
Kluttz is the choice of the masses of the
votinir, working democrats of Rowau for
the nomination for Congress, aud that if
their wishes are respected he will be pre
seated to the convention as the choice of
Rowan. A self-made man, himself spring
ing from the ranks of the people. Mr
Kluttz has always been deservedly pop
ular with the plain masses of the people,
and can briug out a stronger vote than
any other man named. Able, fearless,
eloquent, unselfish, commanding the re
spect ever of his political opponents he
can and will rally the democratic hosts
to victory, if the con volition shall in its
wisdom intrust the Couuressioual stan
dard to his keeping.
Honest, industrious, intelligent, he will
if elected make a faithful working repre
sentative of the people. Having always
borne williuizlv more than his share ot
- . . . ,
the fiirht. he deserves to be considered
when rewards are to be distributed.
Let every Rowan delegate be present
aud see that justice is done and that
their real preference is expressed and re
spected. A delegate.
For the Watchman.
The Congressional Nomination
To the Editor of the Watchman :
The uositiou maintained by you that
Rowan county has forfeited all claims to
the nomination toi Congress from this
district, because Mr. U raise has oeen
providentially hindered from being tbe
Democratic candidate, does not seem to
be the right view of the situation. Row
an is still the battle ground, and it would
seem to be the logical result of Mr. Craige's
declination that a Rowan man should til
Both caudidMles for Congress were
oriuinallv selected from Rowau. Another
county Yadkiu furnished both electors
It is important that Dr. Ramsay should
be opposed by a strong Kuwait candidate
The Rowau delegation will uo doubt act
with prudence aud discretion, aud with
out parade, but that is uo reason why
thev should not support a Rowan man
The other counties of the district will be
iust us likely to honor a Rowan man uow
as before. The county is not 10 oiame ior
Air. Craiue's withdrawal. 1 here is reason
to believe that there is a strong distinct
sentiment iu favor of gmug the uomina
tion to a mau from this county. Mr
Cruise's withdrawal simply lessons by-
one the number of available candidates
and tbe situation is. otherwise the same
as before. It may be that yonr cones
iMiiident is deficient iu political delicacy
io tailinir to see UUV material change, if
so, he has the consolation of kuowiug
that he is oue ot many similar offenders.
Sept. 1, 1884.J A,
is new strike in Randolph county.
a lot of second-hand yel - t he time to buy cheap.
ntv tmnlaift 1 i n rro anil nfliMn inonioir Inm. I w A
wv P'H'ini uuiiiixo aim uiuti iciiviug b u ill
ber for sale. Apply at this office.
GREATLY Reduced PRICES.
If you want a good suit 'of cloths, now is
v w sm w
ASJ A V 1 V D C X M. Ctk ib S OVOU U 1UIIUW I fW 9
that a patient will die because the doctors at yOUi OWU pnCC.
novo " n jtn li l tw nn " rr that ha w 1 1 1 m rwraw I
i vm v v sum u v vuai w s s s, r v li
because they promise to "pull him through."
It is never too late to try the great virtnes
of Parker's Tonic. Mr. Michael Guiltovle,
of Birtninghatnton, N. Y., was cured of
Rheumatism by it alter ten years of un
speakable suffering. Mr. R. W. Mosher,
druggist, of same city, certifies that he has
sold over a thousand bottles of Parkers 1
Tonic through its reputation for this and
and other cures.
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
Are any members of your family thus
ffiVSISrSSSZ ALEPACA & LINEN COATS, DUSTERS, Ac.
sores or ulcers T If so, aud it should be
i j i ti l a t i m m
SBMK'SIJ rZZ: uome and see what great bargains i am
mu uvinrwi m iwv i i . v oo voiuo vv ill v I a v.. -
lungs, producing consumption. Look well rvflT prj n cr
to the condition of your family, wdiff' c O
The Belle mine, in Moore county, being
worked by a Washington Co. Have just
made their first run of oue hundred tons
of gold ore. Mr. Walsh of California is
the Superintendent, and is spoken of as
a mau who kuows his business.
Another big mining scheme on a North
Carolina property is about to be floated
in London. Let the investors remember
that gratuitous information is not the
kind to base a mining investment on.
Mr. R. Eaincs, Jr.. M. E., of Salisbury,
is here. He is oue of the best posted min
ing experts in the State, and has a very
large acquaintance among the mining
circles of New York city, where he is
favorably known as a thoroughly compe
tent and aeliable man. He has just re
turned from a professional trip to Cali
fornia, where he visited the prominent
mining localities, including the famous
Comstoek lode. He has iust been en
gaged by the department of agriculture
to work up material tor the state exposi
tion, and for New Orleans. Acm? ana
Mr. Karnes will visit Cabarrus and
Randolph counties the last of this week,
and hopes the Phceuix and Hoover Hill
will contibuto largely in specimens as
they are the famous producers of the day
and it is necessary that the Exposition
should have a good largo chunk of the
thus afflicted, give the proper remedy
without delay. But that which makes ab
solute cures iu the shortest space of time.
The unerring finger of public opiuion
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 uaiues merit is all you seek.
Ask your neighbors, ask your druggist.
ask or write to those who give their cer
tificates and be convinced that U. B. 13.
is the quickest and most perfect Blood
Purifier ever before kuowu.
The Old Reliable.
S. A. Ashe, Editor,
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M. S. BROWN.
Dried Fruit and Berries
KLUTTZ k RENDLEHAN'S.
WE have still one of the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF SPHIK
AND SUMMER GOODS in Salisbury.
WE have just received another large lot of 6 and 8 cents Lawns and Calicoes.
SHOES very cheap ana to suu everyuouy.
A report comes from Turin of King
Humbert visiting cholera cases at Busca,in
the hospitals there, and leaving money for
the relief of the very poor and destitute.
The same report alleges that the afflic
ted believe more iu siipersitious obser
vance thau in medical doctors whom
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of Levi A. Pethel, deceased,
all persons having claims against said de
ceased are hereby notified to present the
same to said administrator on or before
the 4th day of September 1885.
J. V. Peth el . Adra'r of
Levi A. Pethel, dee'd.
Black mcr & Henderson, Att'ys.
Sept. 4, 1884. 6 w
New Polling Places.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
lowing new polling pieces have been creat
ed in Rawan County, to wit :
Heilig's MM, iu Litaker Township.
fhth Dale. (S C Rankin's former resi
dence) in Mt. Ulla Township.
Roiean Academy, in Providence Town
Setter's X Roads, in Steele Township.
Third Creek, in Scotch Irish Township.
By order of the Board of County Com
missioners. H. N. Woodson, Clerk.
Sept. 1st, 1884. 2m
Administrator's Notice I
Havin ' duly qualified as administrator
on the estate of John M. Coleman, deceas
ed, on the 14th day of July, 1884, notice
is hereby given to all persons indebted to
the estate ot 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,
Wc have one i
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
WE arc selling our Stock ot Clothing very cneap.
WE have over 20 kinds of CHEWING TUHAWU.
of the largest and best assortments of Sugar, Coffee, and Molasses is tews,
which Wc offer very cheap.
We have the largest stock of FRUIT JARS, TABLE and Glass Wars i tke place.
We have a full supply of FIVE-CENT THICKS.
We still have a full stock of FANCY FLOUR, Meal, Shorts, Brae, Con, Bscos,
Hams and Pure Lard.
We Sell the Celebrated PEARL SHIRT.
WE are AgenU for the LIGHT RUNNING DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
WE are Agents for COATS' SPOOL COTTON. tWE sell the Unexcelie tun-
rwt tr.tr T T CI flAAT QTT V nil aaIam of 1 ( r'Antll
Be sure and see us before you buy or sell as we mean to do yen good.
D. J. BOSTIAN, Salesmen.
and J. A. NEELY. )
June 25, 1884.
An eminent German scientist has recent-
in.. .,,..inraicrnp,i u nrPDared to do all kinds of re
nal rlnif to all kinds of watches, clocks, &c, and at 1 1 discovered from a root extract, an
reisKinable nriees. Leave and get your watches at J . - - . Wnrm
k muz A rfendleman's Store. Salisbury ; ana try ine iuic syecy ". ;
best smltn in the county. R. L- no
Apr. 10, 'Sf.tt.
Salisbury Tobacco Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY BV JNO. SUEPPARD
Lugs, common to nied.
Lugs, med. to good,
Lu-s, good tq fine,
Lug9, tine to fancy.
Leaf, common to med.
Leaf, med. tp good,
Leaf, good to tine,
Wrappers, com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, sood to fine,
Tt i nleasant to take and is not distress-
in" to the patient, but is peculiarly sicken
ing and stupefying to the Tape Worm,
which loosens its hold of its victim and
passes away in a natural and easy manner,
entirely whole, with Head, and while still
One physician has used this specific in
over 400 cases, without a single failure to
.,.a BArm pntire. Success jruaranteed. No
6.00 ;,0,i until rp.moved with head.
tJJJ Send stamp for circular and term
11.00 BSTWOOD oL
MECKLENBURG 00., N. a,
The next Session opens on THURSDAY
For Catalogues apply to the CLERK OF
11.00 to 18.00!
5.00 to 6.25
6.25 to 8.50
8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 16.50
16.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 to 55.00
17WOOD k CO.,
19 Park Place, New York.
May 30, '34. ly
Death To Worms.
RIDGEWAT, S. C.
Tiovkiu Carmtr Co. (ients. I have quite
. J7 vou'r Worm Killer." It Is the best
wwr - A , .
wrappers, urn, , tSSSTSi.T canVt A farmer bought a boUle of
Wrappers, fancy none offered. Verml ugc lgo, vTone dose to bis cbikt :
New tobacco breaks for the past week ie day w&h bowhow- Jar flUedirtth
have been light. Prices stiff for all grades worms, the result ol one dose. Slnctbenu want
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters and tt.
,ug snocr- " r " I unrttn. CarmcV Co. RalUmore. Md.-Dear
choiio c n t i tiH.ii lie uumatiuu. f i . , .. j j
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Corrected weekly by J. M . Kara Ce.
Salisbcbt, April 3, 1SS4.
15 to 2u
10 tv i 1
pers of all classes are
quotation, wrap- XuSad, i Tvery" responsible customer of
hi-di and eagerly r;vAteaspooarol -Worm KUler" to a
. . .ill -. " . MMMfe wio u vorms ir
sought after. PUnters would do well oy chweea t7
puttimr some of their good tobaccos on the rom oM cbiW . of amnm m- RalMwlUbe
r i. .... u: : E. 8. SX1T11.
maraei ;ii una nmc.
opad the following from one of the most promW
nentaBd best known Pbysiclaas and farmers In
.".,JSir up write. ' That a necro alrllS
NOW 18 THE TIME TO 8UB-1 . pvor
mwm mm .oinni 1111 """b.!. EDMUNDS, M. D.
SCRIBE FOR THE 'CAROLINA prioea Per Botae.
ouniuk. Lsk vour Druggist font or send to
WATCHMAN, 1$ 1.60. BoyUmCamer r Co., Bait. 4:.
Having qualified as administrator, with
theatf 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 dav
of May 1885. - Fr K. B. OAKHIe.
administrator Cum testrnmenU tnnexm oi
April 27tb, 1884. 29Al