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Salisbury, N. C, MAY 11th, 1884.
Train No. 2,) (Train No. 1,
EAST, f STATIONS. ( WEST.
Ar. S.SS a. m. nSallsbury I. v. 12.05 a. m.
ii 1 Jl !! Statesvllle iAr. 1 03 "
f it.il v Newton I- 8.4 "
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! 10.34 " Morganton " 4.26 '
t.l " i Marlon " 5.44 '
.4o " ! Old Fort " 6.20 u
V T.St Round Knob 6.58
f T.W " I Black Mountain j 7.59 '
V e.11 1 Ashevllle ! 8.5s "
. ! Alexander's ! 9.46 "
4.M v 1 Marshall a f 0Jti
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.Train No. 8,1 (Train No. 7.
EAST. STATIONS, t WEST.
4.40 p.m. Aanevllle Lv. 9.2Q
140 tPlgeon KKer Ar.
1.30 Jwyaytfllte . i- il.23
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fob. 3rd. 1881.
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A TALE OF TWO CRUTCHES.
A Well Knoiro Citizen of Atlanta
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NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOR THE CAROLINA
A Candidate-! Rclitjrian.
Gov. Vance Gives His Experience.
Bill Arp in Atlanta Constitution.
I heard Zob Vance tell
ing haw lie captured the votes of a
backwoods settlement in North Caro
lina when he first ran for Congress.
He said he had never been in that
settlement and didn't know the beys.
He didn't know their politics nor
their religion. But he sent them
word he would be there to see them
on a certain day, and so he rode over
the mountain and got there and found
about sixty of the sovereigns at a
cross road grocery, and he got down
and hitched his horse and began to
make their acquaintance and crack
lis jokes around, ami thought he was
getting along pretty well with them,
but he noticed an old man with shaggy
eyebrows and big brass spectacles sit
ting on a chunk and marking in the
sand with a stick, the old man did n t
seem to pay any attention to Vance,
and after a while Vance concluded
that the old man was the bell-wether
of the flock and that it was necessary
to rapture him; so he sidled up close
to him and the old man got up and
shook himself and leaned forward on
his stick and said solemnly, "This is
Mr. Vance, I believe." "Yes, sir,"
said Vance. "And you have come
over here to see my boys about their
votes, I believe." "Yes, sir," said
Vance, "that is my business."
"Well, sir," said the old man,
"afore you proceed with that business
X would lika to ax you a few ques
tions." "Certainly, sir, certainly;' said
"What church mout you belong
to, said the old man.
That was a sock dologer Vance
didu t belong to any church. H
knew that religion ami meeting was
a being thing in the backwoods, and
controlled their politics but he didn't
know what their religion was, for
North Carolina was powerfully spot-
led and had a not of .bpiscopalians
ju one place, Presbyterians in another
antl iiaptists here and Methodists
over yonder, and they never mixed,
but were all one way in a settle
ment, and so he was in a dilemma.
But he squared himself for the
respoiiibilitv, and says he ;
"Well, now, my friend, I will tell
you about that, for its a fair question.
Of course it is. Well, you see my
grandfather came from Scotland, and
you know that over iu Scotland
everybody is Presbyterian." Here he
paused to note the effect, but saw no
sign of sympathy with his grandpa.
"But my grandmother came from
England, and over there everybody
belongs to the Episcopal church."
Here lie paused again and the old
man marked another mark in the
sand and spit his tobacco away off.
"But my father was born in this
country in a Methodist settlement,
and so he grew up a Methodist."
Still no sign of approval from the
old man, and so Vance took his last
shot and said : "But my good mother
was a Baptist, and it's my opinion
that a man has got to go under the
water to get to heaven."
The old man waked up and taking
him by the hand said, "Well you are
all right, Mr. Vance," and then turn
ing to the crowd said, "boys he'll do,
you may vote for him, I thought he
looked like a Baptist." And the old
man slowly drew a flask from his
coat tail and handed it to Vance to
seal his faith.
Where Dec Day Begin ?
The question, "When and Where
does the Day begin ?" has occupied
the attention of many interested in
vestigators, and it has been a theme for
f requent newspaper discussions. The
Scientific American has the following
on the subject :
"As we travel eastward the day
bpgins earlier ; near the equator star
light appears an hour earlier for each
thousand miles going east;. When
it is sunrise in New York, the peo
ple of Europe lave had sunlight fur
many hours, and the Califofniaps are
Still in their beds dreaming. Evident
ly the day has a first beginning, and
at the eastward. But how far and
where? What are the. people who
first see the light of Monday morn
"It is the gui) which brings the
the day ; where does he first bring
Monday ? If we could trayel with
him we might find out. Let us sup
pose the ease. We might take tin
early start j. at gu arise on Sunday
morning, with the sun just at the
point of peeping over the horizon be
hind us, we travel westward. As we
go the peopW'give us a Sunday greet
ing we bring Sunday with us to
Pittsburg, St. Louis, Salt Lake, San
Francisco. At San Francisco our
faithful chronometer informs us that
we have been on the tramp about
five hours. But we started on Sun
day morning and it is Sunday morn
ing still. Will this Sunday morn
ing ever end? The quiet Pacific
kuows very little of Sunday or any
other day, and our question scarcely
receives au echo for reply. Wheo
we get to Yokohama in Japan, or
Shanghai in Chir.a, we search for
some Yankee, wide awake in the
early morning, and we-are told for
the first time that Monday has come.
Everywhere now we hriug Monday, j Does it not appear rather singular
and iu 24 hours by the chronometer ' that the Doctor is yelled down every
after staring we are in New York where he goes? It was never done
again, a::d find the merchants taking I before with other uaeq, and yet there
down their shutters, and the Monday
newspapers telling lis what has hap
pened during our absence."
AN OVAHONTO SCALES.
ROWAN'S YEOMANRY TURN
OUT TO GREhT THE NEXT
The Joint Discussion at Salisbury
York Makes Another of his Charac
istio Speeches and is Flayed by
At 9:30 o'clock Thursday morn
ing a handsome open carriage, drawn
bv four plumed and dashing grays,
rolled down Innis street on its way
to Franklin. Following closely in
its wake was the Salisbury Cornet
Hand, succeeded by a lon line of re
galiaed horsemen iu a column of
twos. An hour later the column halt
ed and opened its ranks to allow the
carriage, this time bearing Gen.
Scales, to pass through. The home
ward ride then began, and to a rider
at the head of the procession seem
ed the country was safe, for as he
turned iu his saddle and looked down
the slope of the hill he had just
climbed, across the valley and over
the summit of tho hill beyond he
could only see half the length of the
line. iever at any time could more
than hulfof the column be seen from any
one point, and a cheer s'.arted at one
end was inaudible at tho other. Salis
bury reached, Governor Scales, as
the crowd was pleased to call him,
was escorted to his hotel.
Early iu the afternoon, under Hoy
den's Oaks, Gen. Scales opened the
debate by a masterly and statesman
like arraignment of the Republican
party, and Dr. York on his record
York then arose, and his first ut
terance was, "I heerd." Pursuant to
this, he proceeded to murder the
King's English in a style altogether
unexpected in a gubernatorial con
test. At first it appeared that we were
about to be treated to an autobiogra
phy, a "Life and Adventures," re
cording the deeds of the Trap Hill
Esculapius in his little life of circum
scribed boundaries. He informed us
that he had only been to school three
sessions in his life, and in this he is
strongly suspected of having told the
truth, inasmuch as less time would
suffice to accomplish a greater amount
of erudition. He presents the appear
ance of a man of native shrewdness,
who is suffering from an acute at
tack of bone in the head. As an un
blushing blatherskite he is a success,
and his assurance was positively
monumental. He is a stupendous
creation in bronze a twin monolith
to tlie Colossus of lihodes. At the
close of his harangue he saw fi', to at
tack Gen. Scales as a sect ion a lists,
alluding to the Confederacy in a
conteib pluous tone, flaunting the while
a Confederate five dollar note in a
I taunting way in his lace, dust here
a one-armed soldier of the Lost Cause
was observed crying, and many others
appeared besides themselves with rage,
though perfect order prevailed. Scales
then arose, and for fifteen minutes h?
flayed York alive, while the audience
surged about and fairly howled with
delight. His defence of the soldiers
of tweut) years ago was the grandest,
noblest utterance we have ever heard
from the stump. York lost his look
of smiling complaisance, and looked
every inch of what he was the mad
dest man on earth. At the conclu
sion of Scales' rejoinder the ladies
presented him with flowers, in token
of how they stood. Ju-t here a crowd
rushed for the stand and in a moment
more the General was lifted from his
seat and passed o .t over the railing
to the shoulders of the surging crowd
who acted like men gone clean daft
as they carried him about, while the
band played Dixie. Truly it was a
demonstration of popular love, rarely
earned and still more rarely accorded
to a man and never to a dema
gogue. York next arose for his rejoinder.
His manner was sullen, and as he
progressed it became evident that he
intended to provoke some oue to say
to say something. Early in his re
marks he alluded to Gen. Scales as
one who went hopping aroun I over
(he State, and demanded to see his
wounds, saying he had "heerd" that
he had been shot iu the back while
running away. This was too much
for as brave an officer as ever com
manded a gallant brigade or led the
rush of the ranks. Springing to his
feet, his $rst impulse was evidently
to strike, but a friend stayed his arm
for a moment and the implu.se was
gone. Turning to York, he said, "If
you are not a liar, a coward, and a
scoundrel you will tell who said it."
Could he have said less? Was it not
enough to "stir a fever in the blood
of age, and make the infant's sinew
strong as stpel,'- We who saw the
provocation and heard the insult
thought so. Just here Dr. I. W.
4ones rushed up, handliug something
in his breast pocket : he was seconded
by Claudius Mills and a few others,
but they were swept away like chaff,
and the boys gathered around the
Grejjew showing by threatening looks
and hca&ted words that they did not
propose to stand any nouseuse, and
that the time for insulting our candi
date was past. York then proceedftj
to denounce the crowd as a mob. who
had come there to yell him dowu.
have been warmer times than these
times when a Republican was an
outcast, whom no white man respec
ted. Perhaps if Dr. York would con
form in a measure to rules, which
usually govern gentlemen in their
debates, he might not be yelled down
either. At ail events he might try
it. Rowan sends her challenge to
Guilford, and asks if she can display
more devotion and fidelity to Alfred
Moore Scales than we did.
J. W. R.
What will Burst a Gun ? For
the safety of amateur sportmen the
Scientific American gives the follow
ing instances of gun-barrel bursting:
"In bravado a young roan placed the
muzzle of his fowling-piece under
the water and fired the charge. The
result was the bursting of the barrel
near the breech and the mutilation of
his hand. Another placed and held
the muzzle of his piece square against
a piece of plate window glass and
fired the charge powder and a bul
let. The glass was shattered; so was
the gun barrel. Another instance
was that of an experimenter who had
heard tnat a candle could be fired
from the barrel of a gun through an
inch board. He drove a caudle into
the muzzle of the gun, fired, and the
explosion split the barret almost its
entire length and did not even drive
the candle from the muzzle. Still
another burst of a gun barrel was
caused by the use of gra-s for a wad
well rammed down over a charge of
Carelessness. Do nothing care-
less, and then, I venture to say, that
with the ability you have, you will
do most things well. Be exact in all
you do, nor let the least matter pass
you unexamined. In your reading,
tooi investigate your subject, and be
not satisfied with skimming ou the
fsurfaco of things, nor make an at
tempt to grasp the whole. Paying
attention to particulars, as well aa
generalities, will by degrees give you
a habit of mental observation, while
at the same time it will deepen your
knowledge. But endeavor to gain
heavenly wisdom. Do not forget to
bear your needs and your heart in
private before God, that He may
grant you His grace, and direct all
your future path in life!
The situation of business is more ene
conragiug than it has been at any time
during the present year, but this result
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of the means of production than by in
creased demand. So many furnaces and
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the markets have ceased to be clogged
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As pig iron is quoted at $2(1, the margin
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aggregate consumption of iron is howev
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FOR SALE BY WILLIAMS BROWN,
SALISBURY, K. C.
These Pups are as One as are bred In the United
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Jul 9. 1884. 3w;pd
Notice To Creditors!
All persons having claims against the
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notified to exhibit the same to the under
signed on or before the 10th day of July
1885, or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. J. F. Robinson,
Adm'r of J. N. Dobbins, dee'd.
Jlv 7th. 133: I39:0v.
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Feveredand Sick Per
sons refreshed and
Bed Sores prevent
ed by battling with
Impure Air made
harmless and purified.
For Sore Throat it U a
For Frosted Feet,
Soft White Co m flex
ions secure i by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal It,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Iturn.t relieved instantly .
Dysentery c lived.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animnl
or Vegetable Poisons,
I vistd the Fluid during
Qur present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wm. F. Sand
posd, Eyrie, Ala.
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was taken with
Small-pox. 1 used the
Fluid ; the patient was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. I. W. Park
The physicians here
use Darbys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
A. Stoi lknwkkck,
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers purified and
In cases of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas'
The eminent Phy
sician, J. M VISION
SIMS, M. D., New
York, says; J am
convinced Pof. Darbys
II- 1 I n .i '
. i "e'i ia-ue nuta ts a
1 valuable disinfectant."
ianderbilt University, Nashville. Tn.
1 test i y to the most excellent qualities of Prof
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and"
determent lt is lwth theoretically and practicallv
superior to any preparation with vhich I am ac
quainted N. I. LurroN, Prof. Chemistry
Darbys Fluid is Heeommended by
Hon. Alexanueu H. Stephkns, of Geore-
StrargeiT v'; DEBMS- D D- Ch"
fos. LbContb, Columbia. Prof . University S C
Rev c J APTLR' 1ru' Mercer-UntyersUy;
Kev. Oto. r. Pierc, Bishop M. E. Church
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
t-v v. ext;rna!1v for Man or Beast,
the Huid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that itlas done everythmg
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
Lruggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J H. ZEILIN & CO., '
Manufacturing Chemists, PH 1 LA DELPH I A.
Land Sale ! !
.nontlay at 12 M the 4th dav of
-i.uguai. too in pursuance ot a judgment ot
the Superior Court of the County of Rowan
in the case of Charles Price Adm'r of J. N.
B. Johnson dee'd., vs SanVI Johnson and
others, it bein a proceeding to make real
estate assets for the payment of debts;
and also, in pursuance of a Decree of the
Superior Court of Rowan, obtained at Kail
Term 1882 in the case of John N. B John
son and wife vs Tobias Kesler, I will sell
to the highest bidder at Court House door
in the town of Salisbury, the tract of land
known as the ' Powe Place" devised to
J. N. B. Johnson in the last will of John
I, Shaver dee'd, the same situate near the
N. C. R. R., about 4 miles from said town
in an Easterly direction and etmtainino
about 300 acres. This is a valuable, tract
ot land, very desirable. Well watered n.l
timbered. Title to the game perfset. Terms
of sale oue half cash and one half in six
montn irom sale with interest on deferred
payment. CHARLES PRICE, Adm'r.
t 7 "Vl",s"i aim commissioner.
Juiy ou, 1034. 39:to7Au".
...woe .,,,,- cmins against the estate
oi Emily Anderson, dee'd, are hereby noti
fied to present the same to mc on nr lw.r
the l?th day of July, 1885, or this notice
win uc pieau in uar oi recoverv. Persons
indebted to the estate
he same without delay.
are request to pay
m, it. issi. jy CWVAN'' A'T,"'r-
I Scarlet Fever I
Livery Stalile !
M. L. ARE Y
Present his compliments to the mdr
snd respectfully wlicU trislhTinsi
tahltsuient. It is complete in all ,i
qniremcnts of first class business. r"
Horses, Buggies, Carriages,
Phaetons, Wagons, &c.
fcifHK 18 CONFIDENT OF eiTlxo it
Special provision and favorable rate, r
Boarding and keeping horse, "8 for
Drovers will find good Stalls and Shed,
at this place. wat
Special accommodations for tkeben.fi.
o' Commercial Travelers. fit
Lee Street. Salisbury, N. C.
JOLS, UK PA9 T; V..
FuldontUL W .iutt..L A.,-
or !ree loot, tu..i,n
!im OF BlMBHAfl, ..J:;;
account or n
are hereby d
me, either on
gage (tor (Juan,,),
of such inriel.t
ness, and are
rcquested to make
counts will be
"tlierwivc the ac-
ithout further no-
tice, to col Ice
J. D. AKXEELY7
C. Ma ATWELL,
AT FRfXNf WINDOW OF
Main Street, Sahsbttry, X. 0. '
Will repair Clocks, Watches. Jew elrv etc
All work warranted. Will also keep a full
line of lffew First-Glass Clocks.
Try me and save money hv having "ood
work done at living figures
March 18, 1884.-Ciu
a week at home. ' ontat rn-r. iav .k
solutely sure. Nartsk. ('anltal not .
f Xat which uersons of either w, ,
IBired. Reader, if you want business
! or old, can mike great pay all the time they work
..-..v..n4iuij, i in-1 M put ut mar to
U- 1ULI.KTT Co.. Portland. Maine.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE B. I
8.03 p. m,
11. lo "
No. 15 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 4 20 p. m.
Arrive atTtaleisli 11.54 p.m.
Arrive at Cioltlsboro 5.00 a.m.
wt i-uiiiirti .H wirrnniiin nun II l i '
li li for all points Notth, Kast and West oL
Danville. At Saliidmry with W K C R R for
all points in Western N C At Gohlsboro
aa a a - - . , .
v.. -, l a . n i tj i. u
Willi s W li K daily. os. 01 anil 04
connect at Greensboro with K & D R K and
for all points on the Salem Branch.
TRAINS GOIlsG WEST
Jan. 6th, 1884.
Leave " ...
Arrive Durham ....
Leave " -
Arrive High Piont
9.43 a. m.
No.lG, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv.Goldsb'o6.4pa
Ar. Raleigh o.4 t?m
Lv. 6.21 pm
A r. Greensboro 5.40 am
No. 50 Connects at Salisbury with U
points on W N C R R antl at Charlotte with
A. & C, Air Line for all points South.
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte willi C. .C
& A.R.R. with all points South and SoiilheaM
and with A & C Air-Line for all point ouui
N. W.N. C. RAILROAD.
1 1 30 p iu
1 16 '
lo 00 a m
12 53 pm
7 25 p m
9 15 "
5 30 a m
6 05 "
7 10 "
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD .
I No. 1.
Going North Diih ex. Sim.
Leave Chapel Hill
Le ave University-
12.05 p m
Arrive Chapel Hill .
J an. Uln, TSf I .No. 51.
7 1 Daily.
Leave Charlotte... . 3.38 it. ill.
" Salisbury....'. 5.31 "
" High Point .. ti.47 "
Arr. Greensboro.... 7.27 "
Leave (; reensboro . 9.45 "
Arr. Hillshoro. 11.49 "
" Kaleigh 1.43 '
Lv. " ......... 3.00 "
A rr. Goldshoro 5.15
I 2o. 50.
2. 1 5 p m 1
6.27 " .1
9 25 " ,
1 0.20 a m
11 .20 a m
I No. 2.
Bufifet Sleeping Cars without C"!-
On trains 50 and 51, between New d
and Atlanta, and between Greent-bore tw
Through Pullman Sleepers n Trai J
and 53 between Washington and Aeg'"1
Danville and Richmond, and Washing"
6-Throuah Tickets on saleatGree
iRaleigh, Goldshoro, Salisbary and t'h
and at all principal points South, Sou
West, North and Eact. For Emigrant
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and the So
add rest W.SLAl GHT
2l;l v . K::4;ttio