THURSDAY, OCT. 23, J 684.
National Democratic Ticket,
OF NEW YORK.
For Vice President,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
5 ron ELECTORS AT LARGE ?
jW. H. KITCHIN.
JOHN N. STAPLES.
DISTRICT ELECTORS : ,
UtWUson H. Lucas, of Hyde connty,
rid Donuell Gilliam, of Edgecombe coun
ty, ad -Charles W. McClammy, of Pender
4tli Benjamin H. Bnnn, of Nash county.
5tli Robert B. Glenn, of Stokes county.
tli Alfred Rowland, Robeson county.
7th Richard C. Pin-year, of Yadkin
8tb Reuben McBrayer, of Cleveland
9th Michael H. Justice of Rutherford
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
ALFRED M. SCALES,
OF GUILFORD '
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
OF NEW HANOVER.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
WILLIAM L- SAUNDERS,
WILLIAM P. ROBERTS,
DONALD W. BAIN,
FOR sup't OF PURLIC instruction,
S. M. FINGER,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
, OF BUNCOMBE.
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 61PREME COURT,
AUGUSTUS S. MERRIMON,
PEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS
ist-'-T. G. Skinner, ol Periiuiiuaiis couu-
2d F. A, Woodard, of Wilson,
3d Y. J, Grenn, of Cumberland,
4th W. R. Cox, of Wake.
5th James W. Reid, of Rockingham,
6th R. T. Bennett, of Anson.
7th John S. Heuderson, of Rowan.
8th W. II. H. Cowles, of Wilkes.
9th Tho. D. Johnston, of Buncombe.
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICTET.
For State Senate- 30t District.
Dr. J. W. Wiseman.
For Blouse ReprescntatircsL. S. Overman.
For Sheriff Q. C. Krider.
ForBeyister of Deeds II. if. Woodson.
For TeasurerJ. Sani'l UleCubbins.
For Coroner D. A. AUcell.
For Surveyor J. C. Bernhardt.
The Blair Bill. The Republican or
ators of this State, from Dr. York down,
are constantly charging that the democrats
are opposed to education, schools, &c.
They know it is a lie they know that
the Democratic party has done all that
has ever been done in this State, to build
up schools ahd promote education. The
Republicans while in power squandered
the educational fund and shut up the
school houses. And yet they harp on the
Blair bill as if there was something in it.
Ask them who objected to taking np and
passing the bill. Ask them who is Mr.
Hiscock, of New York, aud-if he is not
the Republican who defeated the Blair
The Radical Mahoueite Governor o
Virginia? a fair sample of the Tyre York
school of politicians, actually appointed
negro directors, (or committeemen) over
ft white school. York uud the Republican
party of North Carolina have planted
tbemseves tquarely on the National Re
publican platform recently adopted at
Chipagp, aud ou every stump declare that
they endorse it, civil rights and all. Now
then, if the voters of North Carolina place
the State under the controj of the Radi
cals, ? hat assurance have we that when
theyJtave elected Radical county com
missiouers they wjll not appoint negro
committeemen over white schools f What
assurance have we that they will not elect
a negro Connty Supt. of Public Instruc
tion i White voters of our laud, think of
these things wheu you go to cast your
ballot on the 4th of November.
The Democratic State Executive Com.
raittee of Ohio have issued a circular np.
pealing to all in their State, who love
their country and want an houest admin
istration ef the national government, to
agaiu rally. They assert that the Repub
licans carried the late State election by
the basest, umst corinpt and shameful
methods ever kuown in political history.
The Committee assure their coqqtryrnen
that if they will make the same strong
determined effort Ohio will be certain for
Cleveland and Jlendricks by a majority
of at least 10,000 in November. The
outlook is very flattering and good men
can but hope that these expectations may
bo more thau realized.
The Democratic platform of 1876 as
serted that for every 'dollar of taxes that
went into the United States Treasury
from customs 'the iniquitous and oppres
sive system of protection" took four dol
lars. But we will call it Arc W one, and
we have $9.7(K),O00,O00 wrung from nine
tenths of our population to eurich the re
The Traitor platform declare in fa
vor of "eliminating from American poli
tics, once and forever, all sectional strife
and party hatred." They profess one
thing and do mother. They have done
more to rekindle Rectioual strife than all
others. And their party is essentially a
party of hatred and revenge. Their lead
ers hate ihc Democratic party because
they were not reward with office. Ask
Price, Leach and Johnston if this is not
A railroad train breakiug through a
bridge and falling fifty feet into a liter is
a frightful subject to contemplate. Down
goes the engine, followed by the tender,
the baggiige car and the passenger coach
es, one on top of the other. What a mass
ofcoiifusjou and destruction of proper
ty, and what wails of the suffering and
dying people! It is a terrible thing to
think of, and yet it sometimes happens.
All the railroads in this country put in
one straight line would form fire rings
around the globe. Trains pass over thou
sands of bridges every day and night
thundering along at almost lightning
speed. The accidents are few, marvel
lous as it may seem. And even such as
we have pictured above, sometimes hap
pens with small loss of human life. There
was one in Ohio, a few days ago which
happen as stated above, aud only four or
five lives lost.
' 'HURRAH FOR OHIO! REPUBLICAN
BY 20,000! WEST VIRGINIA
i'WheeU into Line and Goes Bepubliean
' by 1000 TkeSolid South Lusted!"
M Victory is Votplete "
The above is according to our back
woods friend, Mi. Goslen, of the Winston
Republican, which is too pievious by
right smart. His paper was issued two
days after the election in Ohio and West
Virginia, and before it was definitely as
certained how the elections had gone.
Subsequent reports from those fields of
battle are as follows:
Special to the Observer.
New York, Oct. 17. From the returns,
official aud otherwise, considered reliable,
received at the-Democratic headquarters
in this city, the Republican majority in
Ohio may be set down at between 10,000
and 1,000, whjle in West Virginia, the
Democratic inajoiity will be over 10,000.
We regard both results as splendid vie
tories for the Democracy.
W. H. Rarxlm.
Later reports reduce the Republican
majority in Ohio to about 5,000; and gives
West Yirgiuht to the Democrats by a
majority of b',000.
The New Orleans Exposition will open
on the 1st of December. This is to be
the greatest show ever exhibited iu this
country. It will exceed the Centennial
at Philadelphia in 1870, because it will
comprise exhibits from Countries, not
not seen there. The floor space is double
that of the Centennial , and every indi
cation points to a magnitude and gran
deur far exceeding anything of the kind
of whiclt we have seen any account cither
iu this or any other country.
If the Republican National Committee
thiuk the carrying of North Carolina "a
mere matter of finance," let them send
their men aud money here and try it.
They will fii d tottheir chagrin that our
honest ypomenry are not like 4-dqmb.
djveu oattle." A braver and better peo
ple than ours never lived. Buy North
Carolina ! Let the Republican Commit
tee save its fnouey for fuueral expenses.
White men, how would you like to he
arrested by a negro constable and tried
by a negro inagistiateT This is what will
happen to your fellow citizens in Eastern
Carolina if the present system of county
government is destroyed, and it will be
destroyed if the Traitors and Radicals
carry the Stale. The white men of the
East beg you to spare them this degrada
tion ; cau you refuse their prayer f
The Republicans are circulating auoth
er campaign lie, This time it is an at
tack upon Geu. Scales. It charges that
he was iu fault for not insisting on his
couiuiit tee's reporting favorably a bill to
raise the wages of the public printers, iu
Washington, rhe General has refuted
the attempted slander iu Raleigh Obser
ver of the 19th instaut, which we regret
is too lengthy to copy in this paper. His
reply proves the charge utterly false in
An ex-Judge jnid a distinguished law
yer, appearing in a case of some impor
tance, on opposite sides, in the Louisville,
Ky., court on the 18th iust., fell out and
pitched ipto each other like two mad
cats. Their brother lawyers parted them
before much damage was done.
On the stnmp Dr. York has openly
declared that "every Confederate soldier
was a traitor."
In his speech iu Granville he said he
was in favor of "placiug both white and
colored insane in the jame asylum," aud
at divers times aud places he has saiij he
was iu favor of civil rights.
There is strife between science and su
perstition in the cholera districts of Italv.
tne people repelling the physicians and
putting their trust in processions and
mumtneries, Jt is no new thing for
science tP have a hard time in Catholic
In view of all the eircninstances, we
believe Cleveland's chances td carry Ohio
are as god if not better titan Blaiue's,
Pructically it makes little difference
which way this Stare goes; for Cleveland
will be triumphantly ejected, whether
Ohio votes at all or not.
The State Exposition at Ralaigh, is still
attracting large crowds. Numbers left
this depot night before last destined for
the Fair. Ail who have seen it declare
that it far exceeds their expectations, and
that it is worthy of the study and atten
tion of every man who desires to kuow
the value of our State's resources. It
closes on the 2Sth of this month, unless
the time shall be prolonged.
Give Tar Heels muskets and they
will do their fail duty. But a grand
fight is before them with ouly ballots for
weapons. Remember that they are silent
but effective. They have the power of
purifying your government and blessing
the country with peace and prosperity.
Columbus discovered America, aud Ed
ison invented the phonograph, but it has
remained for Dr. York to produce the
greatest political wonder of the ages : '-A
mule in politics" a politician without a
Blaine attributes whatever success he
has attained in life to his wife. Don't
beljeve it. Don't believe that anybody
but the could have made such a per
fect political villian.
A steam cotton gin and bucket factory
at Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus county, was
destroyed by tire last week. No insu
rance. The business portion of Edgefield, S.C.,
was burned on the ldth instant. Loss es
timated at $75,000.
Every honest man who loves his coun
try, detests corruption and abhors trait
ors will register aud then vote riyht.
Gen. Scales will speak at Statesville
on the 30th instant.
The Democrats don't have to defend
the official character of Cleveland; while
Blaine is on the defensive at every point.
The Old North State expects her every
sou to do his full duty.
The Vote in Ohio.
Columbus, Oct. 19. Returns by coun
ties complete do not change the plurali
ties heretofore given. Unexpectedly the
Prohibition aU Greenback Butler votes
increase proportionately with those of
the Democrats and Republicans. The
Prohibition vote last year was 8,30x1.
This year it is 9,510. The Greenback vote
last year was 2,937. This year it is 3,700,
showing no coalition, but that party lines
were closely followed. The total Prohibi
tion and Greenback vote is 12,447, or
1,126 more than Robiuson's plurality.
The rest of the Republican State ticket
lias an average majority over all of over
5,000. The total vote is 780,373. Last
year it was 718,108. In October, 1880,
it was 716,180, and November, 1880, it
was 724,907. There was no change iu
Congressmen except an increase of 150 in
Romcis" majority over Hurd.
"A Single Fact is Worth a
Ship-Load of Argument."
M. W, B- Lathrop, of South Easton, Mass.,
under date of Jan. 7, 1884, says : "My father
had for years an eating cancer on his under
lip, which had been gradually growing worse
until it had eaten away bis under lip down to
the gums, and was feeding itself on the inside
of his cheek, and the surgeons said a horrible
death was soon lo com,e. We gave him nine
bottles of Swift's Specific and he has been en
tirely cured. It has created great excitement
in this seclipn.
Mr. J. R. Stewart of Macon, Ga., a well
known and trustworthy gentlemen, makes the
following statement : "My son, who was be
tween three and four years old, was all drawn
up with rheumatism- His bones were twisted,
ahd he was all doubled out of shape. He suf
fered intense pain, had lost his appetite, was
cross and fretful. He was reduced to a mere
skele'on, and had to be carried about on a
pillow. As these cases of rheumatism, where
the bones were twisted and the joints were ail
crooked, had for years balHed the skill of the
most eminent phvsicians, 1 determined to use
Swift's Specific, as I had seen testimonials
from men whom I knew to be trustworthy, of
similar cases it had cured. I used two large
size bottles of S. S. S. according to directions,
.L . r e 1. m
wiin me raosi saiisiaciory results. jjy son
commenced improving with the first dose of
tbe medicine. His sufferings diminished daily
and his appetite increased : he became cheer
ful and in good spirits. Gradually he regain
ed the use of his limbs, the twisted bones and
joints straightened out and in less than two
months he was entirely cured, and could walk
and get about as well as any child of his age.
Beware of imitations of Swift s Specific, got
ten up by unprincipled parties to deceive the
public; some of these frauds bear the lie on
their faces purporting to be vegetable reme
dies, when thev are really nothing but strong
solutions of mercury and potash.
1 realise on Blood aud Skin Diseases mail
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 Atlan
ta, Ga.. 159 W. 22d St., N. Y., and 13Q5
Chestnut St., Phila.
Joe Turner, it seems., gjot the inside
track with the Republicans and they
preferred him to Mr. Moring. He is
their candidate and as such he will have
all of the influence of the revene oli
garchy. Doesn't it seem odd? And
yet it is alas too true! Joe Turner and
the revenuers! Still Joe makes a sham
of talking against these people while
looking to them with longing eyes for
the support which they dole out to him.
In their interest he goes careering over
the counties with the only effect of sow
ing seeds of discontent among the white
Democrates; or rather of trying to do it!
When the Democratic convention ten
years ago offered him the nomination,
Joe would not accept it. Our impres-
sion is he hoped to be sent to the Senate
of the United btates. At any rate he
would not accept the nomination to Con
gress, but of late years he has been so
anxious to run for Congress that he runs
"mit de darkeys," with no hope of doing
anything except creating a diversion in
behalf of the revenuers. News-Obs.
I.dn't Do Any Such Tiling
The following paragraph is from the
Statesville American (or rather the Hal-ci-h
American, as it is uow published in
"Keep it before the people that a
Democratic House refused to pass the
bill to give seven millions of dollars to
educate the children of North Carolina
although a Republican Senate passed the
House with their prayejs. Talk it;"
A Democratic House did not refuse to
pass the bill. It took two sessions of the
Senate to pass that bill, although there
was a Republican majority and then it
was passed by Democratic votes, some
of its warmest supporters being Demo
cratic Senators from the Sonth Vance
and Ransom from this State both support
ing and voting for it.
When it came from the Senate to the
House a motion was made to suspend the
rules, take it from the regnlar older and
put it before the House for consideration.
Objection was made by Mr. Hiscock, Re
publican from New York, aud his objec
tion made it impossible to take the bill
up for immediate consideration.
In reply to the charge that the Demo
cratic party of North Carolina is opposed
to popular education, the following fig
ures, showing the amount ap prop in ted
and expended for school purposes in the
years designated, give an emphatic de
In 1877 $289 213
In 1878 324 287
In 1880 352 882
In 1881 409 bofi
III 1332 509 736
In 1883 725 000
In contast with these figures, iu 1870,
the last year the Republicans had control
of the legislature, they expended $42-,
862 , the yepr before that nothing. And
yet in the face of these facts aud figure8
Dr. York, who knows better, aud the
Radical stumpers aud writers, who kuow
better or should kuow better, persists iu
falsely representing the Democratic party
as opposed to popular education, with
a view to cheating honest but unsuspect
ing and uninformed people out of their
Dr Qrissoui's Opinion of York,
As a North Carolina I cannot look at
the facts before tne without percciriug
that all (he material intercuts of the State,
her financial condition, her charitable and
educational institutions, her progress at
home and reputation iu the eyes of the
country will be jeopardized by the elec
tion of a man of Dr. York's antecedents.
London, Oct. 20. It is reported that a
great exodus of Chinese from Shanghai is
taking place, caused by the fear that the
French are going to bombard the city.
The Chinese Embassy at Berlin received
a dispatch from its home government
confirming the report. The Chinese forces
under Lien Ming Schuau defeated 800
French troops at Tamstiei on the 15ih of
October. The French operations at that
point were frustrated by iueansof tor
pedoes. A sign of the progress! veness of the
times is the fact that recently Rome
journeymen artisans, a class of workmen
who, from time immemorial, have trud
ged on foot the highways aud byways of
the Fatherland, as well as of the neigh
boring countries, were seen riding on
bicycles, their slim bundles strapped be
hind them. Ex.
Hut this progressi veness is too costly a
luxury for the United States, whose manu
facturers of bicycles walled iu by a pro
tective tariff and put up their prices far
above the reach of journeymen artisans.
Bicycles in this country, suitable for
road set vice, range from fifty to one
hundred and sixty dollars. In Europe,
not more than half these prices,
There have beeu 844 more failures
in the first nine months of the pres
ent year thau for tho same period
of lg83, iu the first nine mouths of which
year there were 7,358 against 8,302 the
present year. As against the year 1882,
the increase this year iu 2,995, a gain of
more than 56 per ceut. The ascertained
liabilities of 1884 as compared with 1882,
shqw an increas of $125,000,000. The
assets of the current year are larger than
in the two preceding years, and afford
only small comfort iu view of the whole
subject. People are living beyond their
income, and if they keep it up a little
while longer a financial crisis must arise
iu which millions of debts will be wiped
outas lost. The stronger may live through
the storm but the weaker will perish.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of the Western North
Carolina Railroad Company will be held in
Salisbury, N. C, on the 4th Wednesday in
.November, lb4, being the 26th day of the
month. G. P. ERW1N,
2:1m bee. & Trcas.
TO DEBTORSF BERNHARDT BROS :
All persons indebted to the late firm of
Bernhardt Brothers must settle up on or
before the 30th day of November, 1884.
No further indulgence will be given.
KERR CRAIGE, Assignee
of Bernhardt Bros.
Uuder and by virtue of a writ of "Ven
ditioni Exponas'-' from the Superior Court
of Rp wan county, I will expose to sale to
the highest bidder, at the Court House
door in Salisbury, on Monday the 24th day
of November, 18S4, the following describ
ed real estate, to wjt ;
1st. Lot N. 8 in the division of the lands
of Hugh Dobbins, dee'd, among bis heirs
at law, containing about 81 acres.
2d. Lot No. 4 of the same division of
lands, containing about 81 acres: the said
two lots adjoin each other, and are in Steele
Township of Rowan County, adjoining the
lands of R. F. Graham, Mrs. Laura Barger
and others, and are now occupied by Mrs.
Jemima Black well.
C. C. KRIDER, Sh'ff
Oct. 17, 1884. of Rowan Countv.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Baltimore, Md.,
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How Hk Got a Position."! applied
for a position in a banking bouse in Wall
street six months ago, and although I
proved my competency, they would not
take me. I had been down on my luck aud
looked old ami shaby. An idea struck me, I
got op a new growth of hair with Parker's
Hair Balsam, raised a decent suit of clothes,
applied again, and they took me in a min
ute." So writes a clerk with 2,000 salary.
The moral is plain. Parker's Hair Balsam
gives a person a new face.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOR THE CAROLINA
WATCHMAN. $1 SO.
"ICY son, P. M. Wensil, aged 17 years, a
bout the middle of August last, with
out cause. This notice forewarns the pub
lic against trusting him on my account, as
I will not be responsible for any of his acts.
H. A. WENSIL.
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giving the patient no rest !;:; or night for
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ltf ' 9
Mr. John S. Henderson and Dr. J. G.
Ramsay, Democratic and Republican can
didates for Congress, will address their
fellow-citizeus, joiutly, at the following
times and places :
SheiriU's Store, Thursday Oct. 23.
Catawba, Friday, October 24.
Statesville, Saturday, October 25
Mr. John S. Henderson,
candidate for Congress, will
people at the following times and places:
Mocksville, Tuesday, October 28.
Longtown, Wednesday, October 29.
Yudkinville, Thursday,, Oct. 30.
Conrad's Store, Friday, Oct. 31.
Farmington, Saturday, November VM
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Trial Shipments Solicited.
R. L. WILLIAMS & CO.
General Commission Mehrbants,
Office, 169, William St., New York
TO THE FARMERS ANB PLANTERS
OF THE SOUTH;
We aie "lad to say to you that the Dur
ham Bull Fertilizer has proved a success
beyond our most sanguine expectations,
and we believe wherever used this year
it is the
Most Popular Fertilizer,
And Justly so. because no Fertilizer has surpassed
and few equalled U In field results; every planter
sees in it a permanent improver or the sor.
We guarantee every bag we sell to be composed rf
th5.ry B,et. recognUed materials for Fertlllztr
with tUe addition ol lobaeco Strms, and we onr
VOOO to a uy person who can show that we use
h sl.igle pound oi --shoddj " material In manufactur
ing our goods.
e nave joined hands with you In trvlng to make
orth ':trnlin:i thp !..-.,Hnr ..,.., .i. , ,
ortn Carolina rhp ivnimr uo-hhiiiM.i wf..
we ask you to sustain us by your patronape. and
thereby enable us to build up the manotaciurlnz
Interest of North Carolina. K
A Few Reasons for TJsii2
Durtnm Bull Fertilizer:
1. It is compost of the very best recognized ma
terials for Fertilizer, nun the addition of Tobacco
Stems, which Is of itself one of the best Fertilizers
2. Ve guarantee the pujUy of all our goods.
3- They are as free froivwaler and dirt as It Is
possible for us to make them.
4. It IS a home IlirllWlrv unH mnrll.- .
. . l 1 1 li nivma lilt: ujii u UilU
of home people. v fa
5. It Is as cheap as any first-class goods on the
6. uur eoods nrovp Anii-i tn QTr n k ....
is e ldenoed by numerous certtflcates
.Belng.nue aud perfectly dry sows well In any
lieli.lhlp TpKMmnn1ilafinioK.r.si w .
on application. " "ur aenib
-DURHAM FEBTILIZEB CO-
FOR SALE BY
e.T. BERNHARDT. A?t.,
J:6w Salisbury, N. C.
In Tiie Supe
KU WAN UOUNTf .
John YV. Smith, Plaintiff.
Ocha B. Smith Deft.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In the above entitled
to the satisfaction of thr Otmrt k.t
, e , r nun i lie
defendant is a non resident of thi
and cannot after due diligence be found
within this State and that a causo of ac
tion ior divorce exists in fv- r
the plaintiff and against the defendant.
it is ordered by the Court that publication
be made in the Carolina
newspaper in Salisbury, Rowan County,
N. C-, for six successjve weeks, command
ing Ocha B. Smith the defendant above
milieu, iu ue ana appear before the Jude
of our Superior Court at tOnnrt t, k hr.A
for the Countv of ffnvn .. n
House in Salisbury, on the 9th Mondav
after the 4th Monday of September 1884,
and answer the complaint which will be
deposited in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said County, within the
first three days of said Term, and let the
said defendant take notiee that it she fail
to answer the said complaint durin" tbe
Term, the plaintiff will apply to the Coflrt
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand this 3d dav of
J. M. HORAH, Olerk
Superior Court of Rowan County.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
J l??8 wl" die of Couc Bots or Lvso F
if Foiiu-s Powden are med in time.
Foiiu;s lorlfr will rnreapd prevent lloo fnoi.EBA
Fot.rzs Powrters will prevent Oapbs ih Fowxi.
Foritz s Fowfier will Increase Uie qnantity of milk
and cream twenty per cent, and make the butter Arm
an1 sweet. IT
Footz g Powders will rnre or prevent almost mar
Dibkask to winch Horxe and Cattle are snbteet.
FOCTZ'S PoW-nEKS WI1J. Ol Vk Satisfactiox.
DAVID Tt. FOUTZ. Proprietor,
HAY ! WW
500 Tons of No. 1 v,,,,.,
VtMh. bu ; v alley
im,uul.' "y ior sate by
P.B. SUBLETT & say
AT CULP'S STORE
Store below Lower ston nLnw de.Partnr. ..
goods, a new clerk and new n mi J;ew bouse
the public to call and see nh- andE
and country produce KeneraUv ,tB,n?"8 S?
and see him. "-ruu at fair prtp("H,to
Oak Grove, Sept. is, S4.-:lln. Jv E culp.1
PLTMOHTfl BOCK CHICHI
I have for sale. 7nn crt-. 'u
very choisest, from t
Jisest, ironv the earliest tn .u the
year old, and ready t , V' ht'
. vhich I win Ji? ' irPt
than nursery trees can be bought 'i
are beiter as they are not as fi "d
their fruit, as the budded trei i rot
nurseries are. us the
Also, 40 thorotioiihr
Chicken, at reasonable ?Wk
put in your orders befor
e an are sold.
Sept. 18th, 1884.- 4dAt'. R Fli- '
wagons. Wagons t
"-e-"ig. wagons UWo
Slop the bleeding; st
our.life's blood !
r. Oiun Tip
W - .
ony fi t, .
ever u me aii
A ctr load o
wagoni for wile s
ffood honest Wo
and ever j one
i.iviU be sold khU
will be sol
anu tn, - J i4r(i fw
pnchj for sp. i- abb
J22Kv. sok e timp
witb . c .ronw. IlaC8 .f I "
V "Rt iU astonish -that wiP
make tfeoseo haw recently purchased
wh Die" i,ad wrn'f . IT., , ased.
Coiul see us. then von'll t-.,-. ? '
the cat run. ' " uo
Salisbury, K. C. . '
JO. 0. WHITE.
BRUNER,EAMES & CO.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL YODR LMDS?
Is now offered to Land owners who may
wish to dispose o!'
MWIXG LA Nt)S,
Havins been instructed to act as Amenta
lor the North Carolina Department of Im
migration, we will state to those having
property, of the above description for sale.
i Miii we aie in position 10 place SUCH pro
ucrtv in The hands of over two hundred
ai tivc Agents, who are making it a regular
husiness to sell lands to immigrants and
others comins into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value art
We have established a Hkal Estate and
Mining Bcreac in addition to the abova
and arc in nnsttinn to nlacc to
udvantasrc mininor nrooerties of all kinda.
D - D , I
developed and undeveloped. Large tract
of Lands in Western North Carolina, and
in East Team, may be placed through u
to ad vantage. We can otter inducements
heretofore unknown, aud land owners will
consult their best interest by calling on or
BRUNER, EAMES k CO.
Real Estate, Mining
Salisbury, N. C.
Maps, Assays, Reports and Estimates ob
Parties contemplating going to Thm
will do well to consult us, as we have firm
in all parts of that State, and will ciadly
a - - 9 .
furnish lsformation. S7:6m.
AAI 11 for the working class. Send incebtsfor
111 L llpostage, and we will mall you r,i u
wiroyai, vaiuame dox oi sampi w
that win put you In the way of making more money
in a few days than you ev er thought possible at an
V... .1 . . . . , . ..... Lin o..rt TAI
wuMiicats. capital not requireu. e o w
You can work all the time or In spare time only,
The work Is universally adapted to both
vouog end old. Yon can easily earn fromSficty
p $5 every evening. That all who want work
test the business, we make this unparalleled ob
to all who are not wall satisfied we will send f ler
ay for the trouble of wrltlmr us. Full partlcalaiw
roectla, eta, sent free. Fortunes will be maae 7
wase who give Ihetr whole time to the von.
w nse who irlvp.
t success absolutely sure, uon't ae laj
Address Stumon Ca, Portland, Maine
SALE OF LAND!
On Friday the 14th day of November
next at the Court House in Salisbury, I
will sell a tract of 84 acres of very valua
ble land belonging to the estate of E''2"
beth Lyerly ; the land adjoins the land of
Joseph Graham's heirs, the Boyden land
and others. TJiere is a fine meadow
the place of about 7 acre and all the bal
ance of the land lis in timber. Terms of
sale : One third of the purchase mpney i
to be paid as soon as the sale pi cpnfirmea
and a gredit of sir and twelve months,
with interest from the day f sale at eigpv
per ccpt wl be given for the other two
thirds. BY order of Court.
MONROE BARGER, Adni'r. f
October, 14th, '84. TAL
POUTZ'S Horse and Cattle Powders t
$1.75 per doz,at ENNISS Drug Store.
Go to ENNISS and buy Kerosene
School Books, Envelops and writing P
per ofai kind,, at ENNISS'.