THURSDAY. VKC 9, W4.
km Imme ha prtita here in
Charlotte for ue time that the Blew
utood Dan v 111 Hail road was inimical
lo Charlotte' interest, and ft here U
gentleman In Salisbury, who brings snjt
mid gets judgment, eeatilo the l(. & D.
t. to. i fiuiilutte as com lief inn
poiut iu arranging its ti eight cbediile, th Geu. Cliugumn himself claim to.be
used jwMhnps, not a commonly as mostard
plasters ami horwsraduli leave are uneo
in certain wiws, but often employed wiihr
out eh ought of Its erer surprising an
one or of its becoming ?he nuhjeet of so
much wwsfMpet talk. If this be admit
ted, har unfiling to say against any
effort in behalf vf Geo. LlfegMl in
connection, hnt ire are not Willing silent
ly to see an untruth thrust uku the inso-
lle in thi Way, neither if e uelleve
IIil not "born use the H.
tin) discoverer." He has brought it wore
. . . . 9 . . I
P. lias re- I prominent I v before the public it mmt rv,ei
m . . m 1 .1 A. mm I. A a AJkllfuffiAil
Charlotte as a competing point in was neiore, anu iu mat "
mrrmniiinir its freight schedule," but be- a public good, for which lie is cerwuuij
mm m m a . a . . I V At. nnlkllA
Mas the Richmond and Danville lias vi- i entitled to tne uiauKS m imm ruw...
ulited a nlain law iu the statute book.
which expressly provides that it should The Univmbity. The newspapers
not discriminate in its freight charges to are discussing the question of making
detriment of intermediate t,oM 8 .n annual State appropriation to the
long its line. Cotton buyers and ship- ej of m m throwing
her. have been TL open its doors to all desiring an eduea-
hard and uujust treatment, they think, iu u'w u
lion iree or cuare.
Progress is good or bad according to
the results. The proposition in this
folk. Vs., at 31 cents less per bale than ease would not result in unmixed good,
the Salisbury eottou buyer. In. other jt wouJd make the Univeristy an over-
of the facts of the case, W Itat are
they t A cotton buyer at Charlotte may
hip his cotton through Salisbury to Nor-
rertls, the K. D. gives Charlotte deal- gbadowinir and (to other literary insti-
rs 44 mi.es m imospor auo jrrr, cru8hing educational power i
adds to itaiceuts as a bonus, against ! .
Salbury dealers. Why is this done? Kvi-
the State. Many of our people have
dent I v to attract ft eight to Charlotte as a bn laboring and giving of their means
shipping point, liut it-Is an ouorott and for years to build up ether institutions,
unlawful discrimination against SaUsbu- and several of these are now the equal
rj. It opera t es greatly to our damage, I jf not in fact, thj? superiors, of the V ni-
ud sets up Charlotte fur beyond the
reach of competition of cotton buyers
fa. Suit was brought by Mr. ltoss
against the K. 6i D. Co. for violation of
the statute. The penalty t $200 in each
There is no use to have laws un
varsity in educational capacity. Shall
all these be first crippled and at last
crushed out by an act of the State's
law makers voting away the peoples
money to erect a colossal free school at
aa they are enforced against those who Chapel Hill? If there is wisdom in such
violate them. an act it does not he on the surface ; it
But it is not alone in respect to eotton is not obvious at first -sight, and the
that Salisbury lias for years been disci im- having the responsibility resting
lusted against by the R.&D. We do n them wonW do well to glow
not say mac ,o ,a ter cooinia n. u, doMesa they wiU until public
and her varied latere. We believe the opinion shall have made itself known
eautrary, i.e., fht partiality to one poiut m te premise
or another along the line, never entered
into the plan of arranging the freight lists, Caught ix the Act. The Davie Tims
bat that it is d)e entirely to some mil- relates the death of Peter Jones, colored,
road rulo or practice which ignored every while in the act of carrying off stolen
other consideration but that of making corn from the crib of Mr. Eph. Gait her
the road pay. hut if in carrying out this (t is supposed he died of heart disease,
rale injustice is done to intermediate with which it was known he was aftiic
points along the line of the road, and that ted. lie folded his hands on his breast
injustice is a violation of one of the laws and straightened himself out iu decent
of the State, either the railroad or the order near the com he was carrying oft
State must get ont of the way. Which Also, a rare incident: a Crow chas-
ahall move T that is the question. jng a hawk is caught in the claws of the
The Railroad are operating under latter iu the air, aud both come to the
charters granted by the State, and must I ground together.
therefore be subject (under their char
ters) to the Legislation of t he State. If the
Statute on which Mr. Rosa lests his case
is in violation of the charter of the R. &.
D. Co., then the State has erred and
should repeal her law. Ou the contrary,
if the law dees not violate the provisions
, Washington Letter.
Prom O ir Regular Correspondent.
WAsthUKTow, 1). C, Dec. 20, 18S4.
This last week iu Congress has been
one of unusual interest. Early iu the
Week the Senate declared by a majority
of ten in favor of the admission of Dako
ta ; then Senator Beck and Sherman de
bated the silver bill ; the naval appropri
ation bill was discussed ; secret sessions
were held ou the Spanish treaty, aud
Secretary McCuHoch waa confirmed as
Secretary of the Treasury in spite of the
opposit ion of Senator Riddleberger.
Iu the House of Representatives Reiv?
gaii's Inter-State commerce bill has held
the floor through nu interesting and, at
times, exciting debate. It was on the
point of passage without an impairing
amendment wheu the colored member, U -liana,
from North Carolina, moved to
amend the bill by the addition of a pro
viso that there should be no discrimina
tion in aecommodation on any train ot
cars against color or race, but that those
paying first-class rates should be permit
ted to ride iu any ttrst-claaa car. This
wilt pet haps kill the bill, by raising the
ojd sectional ghost.
A bill promoting the Bureau of Agri
culture to the rauk of a Government De
partment has at last been passed by the
fmin. H it. Khali be able to run the
gauntlet of the Senate Mr. Cleveland will
lave another Cabinet officer at his couucil
table, and the present Commissioner ot
Agriculture may perhaps enjoy for a brief
Charlotte Obtierrer: The water works
of Charlotte failed, on test a few days
ago, to have sufficient pressure to force
the water as high as it was expected and
desired it should. Johu 0. Hollern, a
Orrlcc-Seekers From the South.
The swarm. of office seekers from the
South with which the country has hen
threatened for many years, whenever a
change of party has been discussed, dms
not appear to be forthcoming. Inquiry at
the hotels in Washington developes the
fact thata smaller numberof Southern peo
ple will come to the inauguration ou the
fourth of March than have witnessed any
similar cereiuouv siuce the war. Thus
far the one city of Philadelphia has fur-
uished more applicants for hotel accom
modation than all the Southern States
It is not probable that any serious
difficulty will be experienced iu finding a
sufficient number of men willing mid
anxious to fill the offices in the South,
liut it is plain that the rush for place
will not bo anything like that predicted
or even so large as it will beat the North.
For eight years all the Southern States
have been securely In the grip of one par
ty and yet there has never been the
struggle tor official distinction iu that
section which has characterized the
the Southern people have been tpo
busy and have had too much at stake to
trust their advancement iu life to the
chances of a publice position. They havt
an interest iu Seeming good government
but it will require many years of exper
ience before they can hope to compete
with the politicians of the North in Bud
Villi It it ii. .1 .1 . ii.iJ T ...1
ITa "'8eu uic meeting, i kmms aboui 1e
maoe a speed, it, which he thanked these
ladies for the honor they proposed con
ferring upon him. "But," aaid the eelf
posseaaed yofpg gentleman, "you must
understand, ladies, perfectly wolfc that I
cannot marry yon all , moreover, yon are
all so charming (many of them were hor
rible witches), it would be. utterly im-
possiule for me to choose amongst such
1 his, then, is my proposition: Consid
er me as an object put up at lottery. You
number make 200 tickets at 250
francs ( MM each, nnd the moss sum
realized shall be the fortune of the lady
who draws the lnckv nuuibor aud whom
. . -. .
i pledge to marrv immediately. 1 hev
hesitated a moment, but the vouth was
good look hi r. anil the ladies were nnx-
ious to many. One of them determined
to accept the proposition, aud the rest
followed like a flock of sheep. As if to
reward the venturous fellow for his cour
age, his fortunate stars directed that he
should fall to the lot of a youthful and
pretty girl, whose greatest fault is an un
happy paasiou for practicing on the
piano. True to his word, the young
man married her, and, by last account,
the young couple thus strangely bi ought
together were passing a very pleasant
ASK TOIU DBUUU1ST WHAT ilK
merit of Shriner Indian
Vermifuge, the poplar remedy.
i m.wau, jBurnpure lion -.7 , " 'tm,.
of the Superior easu on tCe premises Xrh,VrL:- u' :,1
in Hu mm if It I January, isss, in Kowan count i l'tii.
, in llie ast 01 it. to th., hio-i,f 1,1,1,1... ' "win. ilt ,,,'f fc Jl
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SALE OF LAND ! feKHS;
Bv virtue of a decree
Court of Rnwaa County
A. Shinuioeh. Adminitr
hart against Frinces D. Karnhart, I will
Sell at Gold Hill, on Monday,
the 5th of January, 1885,
the following lands, to wit: One tract of
about Sixty Acres, adjoinin g E. Mauney,
Job ) Culp, and Bui well Smith, known as
the home place. Another tract of about
Fifty Acres, adjoining Henry Williams, Ste
phen Brsddy, John Williams, and others,
known as the Fennel laud.
"Tkkh one-third cah, one-third in six
months, and one third in twelve months,
with interest 011 the deferred payments
from date at the rate of eight per cent.
It. A. SIII.uTOjH, Adm r.
Dec. 81 h. 1884. 4 w
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irom rniru Cnnk Kt.utnn ' n i jjmm
the premises, nnd rtnv are fcu.,lS
tontMjr.tae atoresatd debt '-'ilb1
For rarther p;irticnlars ai,i e
Koooins & Loaa, statesin. v ,? m
sig-nea a, vanee V. o., latu, n ;,,"
Dec. 11, 18S4.
Aorp money Uian.itarn ti i
r. - 1111 nr. vi. 111.
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OV. 2f, '84. y
leriod the honors tor which he has so loug ing where the fat places are and in get-
striven. tng them. It is safe to predict that
The inauguration promises to be sue- more requests have been preferred from
cessful at least so far as numbers, enthu
siasm and mouev can make it so. The
Philadelphia for the blue book, as well
as for hotel accommodations, than from
11 umber of civic nnd military organ ixa- the entire South.
tious that have sent representatives here No mo,c gratifying fact could be pub
to engage quarters for the inauguration is ij8i,eti than the above. It would be a
unprecedented. Among the features of great pUiut gnjued if our young men ol
the inaugural procession there will be a tllo South, could be taught to depend
military company from each State ot the entirely on forging out a busiuess of their
Union marching in the order of the ad- own OII which to rely for support. A man
mission of the States to the Union, the wjlo is ma8ter of his business is iu a
thirteen original States coining first. Vir- fortified position, impregnable to politi
giuia I believe is to take the lead, anu
Dakota will not appear iu this procession.
A number of organizations from New
Yolk, l'hiladelhia aud other cities will
come iu Pullman cars and will lodge iu
the cars during their stay. Others have
engaged quarter at hotels, aud boarding offive gj., ,,e mail . t,ut cve tilcM1
houses. A number of military organiza- officeholder, for the time, becomes a 1
tious will lodge in halls and warehouses.
cal changes, whereas he who depends
on obtaining a publia4 office loses self
respect, nnd is liablep become a cring
ing bootlick a pupny-with little of true
manhood . in his mmc. up. It will do,
sometimes to take an office when the
lic servact, and must surrender the ease
The voting population of Florida has
increased over 8,000 siuce the census of
VALUABLE LAND FOB SALS!
Lies seven miles from Salisbury between the Mt.
Pleasant and Concord ltoads. Apply to the under
lined. J. Wr. MAUNEY.
Dec. 21tll, 1SS4. lm.pd
IX pursuance of an order of the Superior .Court
of Koivan county the undersigned, Commissioner,
will sell at public sale, at the Court-House In SaUf
bury, on Monday the id day of February, ls., a lot
ol land containing 1? acres, known as the Bur
roughs lot, situated on the Western N. C. Railroad,
at Tuird creek station, in Rowan eounty.
Terms cash. i. M. HORAH,
Dec. 15, lsS4. 4t Commissioner.
HE largest stock of SELECT VARI
ETIES of NEW and PEDIGREE
SEEDS, suited to every type to choose
from. Quality guaranteed, and prices
lower than ever Price List free.
Notice to Creditors !
All persons having claims against the es
tate of A. C, Eainhart, dee'd, are herebj
notified to present the same to the under
signed on or before the 11th day of Decem
ber, 1S., or this notice win be pleaded in
bar of their reeoverv.
U. A. SHIMPOCH, Adm r.
Dec. 8, 1884. Ow
A POSITI VE AND PERM AXE.' IT CURE
DYSPEPSIA and INDIGESTION.
Prepared by Dr. W. W. tiKEGOHY,
Chailo te. X. C.
Charlotte, N. C, Nov. 29, 1884.
Dr. W. V. Gregory : I hereby certify
that 1 have recently used your Dyspeptic
.Mixture with very great benefit to myself
and cordially recouimeiul it to others.
. P. Waiiiso,
Member N. C. Legislature.
WE ASK ALL"
Interested in Ilhl p,,.., . ,
' 1,4 n (x
Feathers, Becsvvax, Batter, fliee P
Dried Fruit, Poultry, Hav :in.) p
mnn' n lr r . ..,,.1 .. . JlJBh
..v. ... .-v.,,, lul nur p.. r m
rrumni returns on nu r m
R. L. WILLIAMS a rn
General Commission Mi m ,,,;.
young men be taught to
aspire to the dignity of man in reliance
on the labor of his own head or hands
and let the whiuers after an office be
marked everywhere as the class least
worthy to be trusted iu one.
man bavins a family in South Carolina
f the chartered rights of the Koad, the but fm. moBtll8 Uvlnje iu Charlotte
Company must be required to arrange Ulojied with a widow from Wadesboro,
H- freight Itrts 111 compliance with the Momirty nig,t. E. Merrill, a barkeep
tm muici t' net uv
coarse to be pursued.
er of hitherto respectable character, rob
bed his employer, Cant. Lee Hand, of
If the Slate has made a bad bargain Saturday night, and lit ont
he should st and to it, nevertheless; but
justice would demand that she should
indeiuiuify those of her citizens who are
the especial sufferers by it. On the other
hand, if the II. & I), are wholly at fault,
they should not on ly suffer the jienaltj but
pay such other damages as may be shown
to have been committed.
Negro horse thieves who stole a horse
aud mule in Mckleuburg, were trucked
by the owner of the animals to Albe
marle, and there found uuder arrest.
It is to be hoped that the weather will be aml colllf0,.t 0f one wi,0 is ,liastei of the
better than it was the last, Garfield's inau
guration day, it cannot be worse.
There is considerable excitement and
interest in political aud official circles in
relation to the Spanish treaty and the
Nicnraugunn canal. The latter is cousid
ered much the more important of the two,
while the control of the canal by the
U u i ted States may seem to be a departure
from our traditional policy. It must be
conceded that the control of the Panama
Canal by a warlike aggressive people with
a powerful navy justifies a departure, or
rather necessitates it. We have hereto
fore been able to livu with small military
and naval establishments because our
supremacy in this half of the worhl has
not been manaced. But the moment our
-,,.1.L I, j. in Aid 1 iiiiwtita ikt L ii iiitn I
WBeu.c i i'unc1"" i- friends who are not mad
The Colp Wave which swept down
from the north last week was felt iu all
rtiita iif' tin, ITitifrtftjl Qhtla. ..I .1...
But the Observer leaves the subject i i4
mSmmmt . . . . rocky monn tains. It was a great sur-
matter involved in the suit lnmin br
Jf r. Ross, to make, as it seems to us, a
most unnecessary and in evelant fling at tere
oaiisoury , tuns :
And why, pray, shculdu't Charlotte
be considered as a comj etiug poiut T Her
people and Mecklenburg county have in
Tted a million and a half dollars iu
railroads to make it so. How much has
Salisbury, or Rowan county, invested?
Salisbury Is not combating any inter
est of Chm lot te. Mr. Rosa hail no ap
prise at New Orleans, but uot at all dis
aderous, so far as we have seen, either
or in Florida. A co-temporary
speaks of it its a great Democratic wave,
"J. R. R." writes from Washington to
his paper, the Augusta Chronicle, con
cerning the Davis-Sherman "spat" as
"The publication of Jefferson Davis's
harmless letter to Governor Vanee has
put General .Sherman iu a ridiculous
attitude. He should emigrate to Alaska,
or volunteer ou the next Polar expedi
tion. It must be gall and wormwood to
General Sherman to feel that Mr. Davis
R. RAG LAND, llyco, Va.
NO i ICE
All Persons who have not paid their
taxes are hereby notified to conic for.vard
and pay the same on or before
The first day of January, 1831,
and save cots, as my books wi'h from and
alter that date, be placed in the hands of
officers for immediate col lection.
C. G. KINDER. Sheriff.
Dec. 11th, 18S4. :t
Charlotte, N. C.
Dr. W. W. Gregory : I take great pleasure
in adding my testimony to llie value of your
Dyspeptic Kerawlv. 1 have used it with great
relief, and cheerfully recommend it to any one
suffering from dyspepsia, indigestion and a
torpid condition of liver and bowels.
D. A. JENKINS,
N. C. State Treasurer.
For sale by J II McAden and T C Smith &
Co., Charlotte, N. C, and J II Enni.-s, Salis
bury, N. C. 49: iy
than to ourselves we must take defensive
steps. The canal may cost us a hundred
millions of money, but it will cost less
for him. Mr
express soi rjw
Davis will, in all human
never again be molested bv
any civic or military antagonist. Ue will
than a war, and will completely neutral- (je wUisf;,;ti(, of
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izc the vantage of France who, without
it, will soon be in a position to cause us
great concern. There w ill doubtless be
much opposition to the Nicaraugitnn ca
nal. The ship railway scheme of Capt.
Kads across the Isthmus of Tliauutopcc
Judge lilack and Gcucral Sherman ictire
Tbc Juke on 31 r. Hume, .
that knew no East, no West, no North, I will of course oppose it. Mr. Eads is a W;ime' tJle 1hlstr;m PalwSL one
most unblushing lobbyist and a man of I UitJ UJ lu oiick ui raiiiDurgii ensue
From the IVil. Star. ;
Mr. Clevoland's advent to ofiiee means
a new sy ; tem of bookkeepiug aud a close
0Tiiniin!iliiin of tta ui-ahin tl.nf I.....
sign sgslnst her, why then make thi. pa. vailed for twenty Howerer thm..
rade of hat Chai lote had done for rail
roads with the sneering inquiry of "How
much bat Salisbury, or Rowan count v,
invested r Not a word of all this touch
es the merits of Mr. Ross suit. It was
wholly gratuitous, and comes from one
who hadn't ought to said it Mnch or
little done by Salisbury and Rowan is
not the question, (though it is well known
that bat few counties and towns in the
State have done more) and has no rela
tiou whatever to the alleged violation of
oee of the Statutes of tlie 8tate, upon
which the sqit referred to is based. Tle
mrrer$ zeal for its town is therefore
without time, fituess or discretion.
otigh the scrutity it will not be possible
to discover but a small proportion of the
frauds. But that much rascality will be
uncovered we may well anticipate. The
officeholders are already alarmed at the
prospect of the investigations ahead.
Col. McClure writes to his paper, the
Philadelphia Times, from Washington,
as follows :
"It is an open secret that Gresham was
transferred from the Treasury, before he
became warm In the chair,, because of
exposures which were inevitable had be
remained, and it is known also that
there are a number of subordinates iu
the Treasury Department who cau fear
ful tales unfold when relieved of political
dependence. Indeed, there is hardlv a
rather remarkable tribute of praise paid department of the government that is
To ijen. Uiugmnu in connection with the ,n a fromor ver the probable over
great wealth and plausibility. He lists a
plau to build a troad gauged railway
where the ground is very swampy and
the footpath narrow, inadvertently
across the isthmus and take ships over- tumbled inao the bo. where he stuck
not being able to extricate himself. A
washer woman happened to pass at the
time, looked at him and was travelling
on. when ho shouted after her to lend
him her assistance. "Xa, na," replied
the woman, "you are Hume, the infidel."
"Well, well, no matter," replied he :
"you kno good woman, your Chris
tian charity commands you to do good
even to your enemies." "Na. I win-
We see iu some of our exchanges
of tobacco leaves for fresh bruises ami hauling that is to come, and the P.o itie
hurts. The editor of the Health and Home Railroad magnates, the Alaska fur iob-
of Philadelphia, makes an earnest aud al- uer8 ,w0 'eat land and subsidy crab-
most pathetic appeal to the public to con- hers aud scores of other great interests
tribute to raiso a purse to be presented to w,,ic" have long rioted in the Washiuc-
lien. Cliugman, who, it says, "gave you P4"1 Mbies and public departments
are pi despair at the advent of honest
government. They know what honest
government means and they know tliat
it is the death knell of the race of lord"
ly jobbers who hare ruled here until
they acquired utter contempt for public
land from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pa
cific Ocean. He has built a model at a
cost of $6,00(1, which he has on exhibition
in one of the Senate committee rooms.
Mechanical and naval engineers differ in
opinion as to the feasibility of his project.
Should he be able to carry it out, it will
furnish a shorter route by nearly 2,000
miles foj Hie passage of vessels than the
one upon which M. DeLessepsis working.
Hut whether the government builds a
railroad or digs a canal it will have to
be at the additional expense of maintain"-
ing an army and navy to hold it. Iy ex
tending railroads from our Texas border
through Mexico we can easily reach the
proposed Thauu topee ship railway aud
we would in this way occupy a strategic
position with which no foreign country
could cope. It would not then be diffi
cult for us to throw a hundred thousand
SALE OF LAND!
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, in the ease of J.
F. R ihinsnn, Administrator ot Joseph N.
Dobbin, deceased, against William Dobbin
and Joseph Dobbin, I will sell on the
Tuesday. 6th of January, 1885,
the following land, to wit : A tract adjoin
ing the lands of .Mary Ann Dobbin, Horace
Nail, Crissey Graham and others, contain
ing about 4G acres.
Terms: One third cash, one-third in six
months, and one third in twelve months,
with interest on the deferred payments from
date at the rate of eight per eent.
J. V, ROBINSON, Adm'r.
Dec. Oth. 1 SSL--It
Positively the Last No
a it "
aii persons indebted to me l.v T
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December, 1884. All uuJe "3
nif i r ai v tw it..,. i . "I?
. V ' I J1 I'll. 1 il I t - i I I t -
the hands of my Counsel
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s.i,.bury, on. t, ,4:f ;!ITUI,
The undersinrnf..! h.. l i..
known Mill Stone Quarry of E. E. PfjgjLl
ucwmhxi, ana win continue to mimlrAJ
celebrated ri it
at Salisbury, N. C, will receive prompt?
tention. This quarry is s well knotl
actual worlcmg proof it needs no furili
comment. John T WrkZ
Oct. 27,1884. 3:1 v "
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Nov. 18, 1884. G-.v
On Monday the 8:h day of IknniW
next, at the late residence of J. W.FMc
1 will sell all the personal property U-iw
ing to his estate: Consiting in wrtfl
Corn, Wheat, Hav. Fodder anil liiickt
md many other articles i.ot (Humeri:
feruis ol sale CASH.
All persons indebted to the estate:
requested to make immediate ?rit'irwfj
ind all persons having clniins aa
estate are notihcd that tln iniM'iiwtl
them tome on or before the 20th, fail
November 1885, or " t his notice wiU H
plead in bar ol their remvery.
J. R. FlSHKIi. Adm'r.sl
JOHN W. FISHQL
Nov. 17th, 1848. C:tdot:nd.
na,"1 said site, 'unless yon will first re
peat the Creed and the Lord's Prayer."
Having no alternative, he was forced
to accede to the
pious woman s
KafRiug a Husband.
A young Frenchman, of fine family,
though impoverished by the Revolution,
soldiers iuto Southern Mexico. But to aspired to a post undci the Government,
extend the railroad to Nicaraugna or to to occupy which it was mcessaiy to fur-
Paunina would lie almost as great a task ih a certain sum to deposit as security
the results of his life' UiM,M .. i.i
-"vmrw n IIIIUIII
luouey aud without price. Had he been
of m sordid nature he would have had his
discovery patented and then would have
doted it out to you at so nmoh a bottle,
mt his great sympathetic nature and his
Jove of doing good impelled him to act
We would not detract one iota of praise
really due Gen. Clingman for bring
iug prominently before the public the
ralue of tobacco as a remedy for wounds
aud hurts succeeded by inflaniation. But
ha is no more the discoverer of it than
hundreds of people in almost every coun
ty in the State, It i an old domestic
remedy that has boon known for years,
alHMs line talk of L,llgulau, "discove
ry.' notwithstanding. It has been in oc
casional use in all parts 0f the country-
Let the books be opened nnd let every
rascal be exposed as far as is possible and
ineu punished if living. Some of
thieves have gouc to their place,
as to build a new Hue across4jie conti
Dkatii ok Mus. P. M. Hale. Mrs.
Mary Badger Hle, wife of Mr. Poter M.
Hale, editor of the Ualeigh Register, died
at her homo in this city yesterday eve
ning, nged about 48 years. Mrs. Hale
was the oldest daughter of the late Judge
George . Badger. She has been for a
long time a victim to that fatal disease,
uuiisumpuou ; and despite the skill ol
Our hero could not obtain the requisite
amount from his friends, and at last hit
upon an expedient to put an easy cud to
the difficulty, lis caused an advertise
ment to appear in one of the journals, as
,4A young man occupying an honorable
position, wishes to many a lady well
brought up, and possessed of 250 francs.'
Two hundred and fifty fiances are but
10; aud as there are many women iu
the world Who would be glad to purchase
physicians and the attention of husband y,,ng lmnls0,1,e ni,d l,urW
children, and friends, her life has been buml n 8lu,, ,mU'rate te, ms' f wa
A Goon IIit.-TIic Durham Plant
responsible for the following good hit:
"A wag iu Raleigh upon being written
to by a friend for a list of the candidates
lor speaker of thc next legislature cut
the list of the members elect from the
News Observer and mnrkiiig out the
unmes of lHicniw not it tu y
gradually wasting away. Five affection
ate children and a devoted hnsband sur
vive her, with whom a host of friends are
in sincere sympathy.
The funeral will b
Christs churoh to-morrow (Snuday) after each f the al,l,,ica,,ts llitii,r a place
noon at 1 o'clock.-Chronicle, Dec. 20. !'nd ,,0Ur when !'e 8,,"U,d ? tl'eUI alt0"
quite natural that the advertiser iu tho
course of three days, during which his no
tice appeared iu public, should have re
ceived many letters and applications.
The vounsr man addressed a uote to
FOR LADIES ONJLY.
A REMEDY endorsed by ihe beet Physi
cians and Druggist at its home.
A REMEDY that MrC VV O'Neill. Oood
water. Ala., says raised his wile from an
invalid's bed, and he believes saicsJ .; life.
A REMEDY of which a prominent Atlanta
merchant said 1 would nave yiven jj.joo
as soon as 1 would a nick I e for what two
bottles of vour medicine did for my daugh
A REMEDY in regard to which, S J Cas-
sell's M D, Rruggist 1 homanville, ,ua., sayp.
"I can recall instances in which it afforded
relief after alt tho usual remedies hud faded.
A REMEDY about which DrK B Ferrtll,
Latirauge, (Ja., writes: "1 have used tor me.
last twenty years the medicine you are
putting up and consider it the best coinhi
nation ever gotten together for the disease
for which it is recommended.
A REMEDY about which Dr. Joel Branharo.
Atlanta said: ''I have examined the recipe, and
have no hesitation in advisin its use, and
cinfidently recommend it."
A REMEDY which the Rev II Ii Johnston,
n .-ar.Marietta, Ga., says he has used in his
family with the "utmost satisfaction" and
recommended it to three families "who
f nnd it to be just what i? is recommended.
A REMEDY ol which Pemberton, Ivereon
& Denni8on say: 'We have been seMi ig it
for many years with constantly increasing
s iles. '1 he article is a staple with us, and
one of absolu e m.n."
AREMEDY of which Lamar, Rankin &
Lamar nay.- We sold oO uro.-sin four months
and never sold it in any place but what it
was wanted again.'
A Remedy bv which Dr Baugh of L iCirange,
Ga., says: 'I cured one of the must obstinate
cases ol Vicarious Mkbstbuatios that
ever came within my knowledge, with a few
A Rcmedyof which Dr J C IIus?, Notasnlga
Ala., says; am luMy convinced inai ii is
unrivaled for that class of dueasis which it
claims to cure.'
A Remedy about which Maj John C Whitner
of AtlaniH, well md favorably known all
over the United States as a General Insur-
No Mora Terror!
No More Fain !
No More Danger !
Fall & filler ti
My stocks his Fall is muisuallr Whs
Elegant. I shall not give particuU
HY OLD I TOWERS
mid Friends will find inc tlnujrlih f
pared to supply theniT even better m
usual. Call aud see me.
R. J. HOLMES.
Nov. 18, 1884. 6t
This invaluable pre
paration is truly a tri-
lUiuph of scientific skill,
and no more inestfma
! ble benefit was ever be
'stowed on the mothers
;of the world
flfegrlt not only short
ens the timeof labor and
lessens the intensity of
nam, but better than all
it greatly diminishes
To Mother or Child ,5", Li .S
nd leaves the niothe
in a cotionion
favorable to speedy re
covery, and far less lia
ble to flooding, convul
sions and other alarm
ing symptoms incident
o lingering and painful
abor. Its truly wonder
ful efficacy in this re
spect entitles the Moth
er's Friend to be rank-
el as one of the life b.iv -1
ing appliances given to
he world by th.edi.Fcov.
'es of modern science.
Fr mi the nature of the
c ise it will of course he
understood that we can
not publish certit c.ues
concerning this Remedy
without wounding the
delicacy of the writers.
Yet we have hundreds
of such testimonials on
hie. and no mother who
The Dread of
A Radical Cure for
f PHYSIC Alt
InYouns St Middle
Tested for oveo8ix
TEAOS BY USE IN MANY
One Xonth, - $3.00
Two Xoatht, 6.001
Threo Months, 7.001
Min or ul"Zt .
M i rf fr? I :S WtW! t ' L T -
3O0X N. Tent'i 3t,W.MW;'0V
Dli CTURED f LiKse. v-itfC
Ask fort rros-'"Vr--.
Safety and Ease
Ml I IT
t m mT-m. mrm. . -. t t. nil
Sufforiag Woman. !ronce ired, j wi.
,everagam be without it
jin her time of trouble.
A prominent physician lately remarked to
the proprietor, that if it weie adiiiinxiihle to
ance Agent, nave: ;I uedthis remedy before make public the letters we receive, the "Moth
. . i i ...i i. . l.i ii .... . .
Die war, on a l:ire jaiinauoii on ;i yrt.n
gether, nnd politely invitiu
and look at him
' all to come
Whether riding, driving or wnlkiug, nl- The evening indicated they came, and
Another car losid of UI '
m k m at m
;,. r.lor to make ro(in lor
mr is no ii r it tut
Come at once an
:e at once aim rf
M0 HEAR PflM
er' Friend" would outsell anvlhins on the
number of cases, ulwaus n ith absolute success.' market.
A Remedy about which Mr J VV Strange of j raost earnegt, enUeat . ,
Caitersv.lle, Ga., eert.hes hat one bottle . to be uL .r !ltf
cured wo members ot 's unniy o, men- c ,td whh lhi j wi adll I am
Btrual irregularity of many years standing. , , . r-LfL. ...1 V I
- TIllS Great Remedy IS I have neveJ known it to fail to produce a safe I am s'i rt f rootn and wn g
T)nr1finl' Pnmnln Dorrnlotftli ; and lirer, , I er than ev. r betorc ni a p
. DlaUUClU u T DlliaiD ADII.UIQIU1. J- ULMES, M. D., Atlanta, Ga,
Send 'or Treatise on ti e Health and Happi-
dchiminetl noi ' r rui&j
1 1 ium
auv House in
ne. of Vyotnni mailed free
.... .. ,u tMO ngn ou meeting (mother it is said the company tuuuoercu iuiy ni i;dfield Regulator Co,
in the way.
Send for onr Treatise on "Health and Han
Box 2, Atlanta, piness of Woman," mailed free.
tiUA.OtKLO EeIT03 C - ' !
23 uon i
warrant all niv
ltl V'.' ..'A.; raclve
. 1 i .- f
Kcspec :iu- .ipf
I Pec. 8th, 11-
women. When all had ats mbled the Ga