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rilUKSDAV. J At
'!! A -. i- . ' , ' 9 em
il as Solk-itor Giienil of i ine
Hiake UielJuce of Hon. SI F riiiHipsJj We
f UeHeve . Mr. Fowle wjmJd be a hmI
appointment mid Imv Ikii gradfiet
to see tlie Denoenttic ptt-ss of j t!w StJ,tc
X k iiuiiien:i1iniUj suigcltion with Iiqaity
Hon. J. McCuriT, ent of the
body Educational 'Fnubjins written a
. lengthy letter in fiivor (f the ;wsage of
tbe Dlair educational ! bfll by lie House
of Kepreseritatiires. Tjiis bill proposes
to donate to the States i I.-irge stun ol tUe
sarplas money i the liationaL tre.isury
lor school purposes, 'ija-re is no csti-
tutionat provisions fori such disj)osition
of public funds, and itdjt'icnds very lunch
on tlie provisious of th bill ;whether or
jneasuie . will piHiveji blessing to
A hew way of making up' matrimonial
matches has been inveuteu in r bourn.
Cjiroliiwi. We are to suppose many ladies
nd gentleibien present at some sort of a
party. 'J Jiey ckct,a presiuenr, who is
hsworn to secrecy. Ladies qtiul 'gentlemen
are then requested to writ? their names
on seim nitu si ins oflnsiiieri, and under
.Outrivacions and. good, humored friend
of the StAtesviHo LandlnarJc tries to con-
viee o,sj that the ' inaui ration of Cleve-
land will bo such nu KXtraoidninry and
Interesting evtf it to tliose young Demo-
j eratt who never saw a Demociiatic presi
ji dent that they ought o . go and see it ;
?; And having heretofore expressed his in
tention of beingone of . the nniuber, lie
takes except ion to sonic remaiks of ours
vbereiMvo deuouncedioffice-eekiiig, and
Kiid that tiioso who went to Washington
vnch nanielthe naiuo of lh4 person they
w(Mild;lieswtlling" to wed. jTho slips are
then inspected by tho- presiiient alone,
and H heji'mls a lady and gentieinau wlio
has chosen! eac'.i other, iie onietly in
forms iheiik of, it, and three times oct of
fonr the man rage is coiisuinniateu.7' iNo
oihj but t hi? -president is ailoied'to' kmw
of. thecfailores. and he is bound to keen
the secret.; The Charle.ston ''Arr"siiys
that at a ( wedding parry; In that State
where thi.f plan was tried, there- were
twelve ngreeinents, resulting in tight
and that others would follow.
ence Hall J
Liberty JJcll fron Independ
Phihidelpliia, willi bo pn exhi-
tho Woild' Exposi
after an oflice would
up and come back
frankly confessing thit his sensibilities
were thereby stniiewlnit touched.
- If itjwill afford our
vro haf c no liesitatiou
go with thtir tails
with them down,
friend any! relief
in declaring that
t we never --'once
wthce seeker. In-
liat he would" not
we had overlooked Jiil promised visit to
Washiiigton,- "and tin
though t of him as auN.
deed, it is believed t
'give uii the XamlMail for- a gohrjmine,
or anytiuHg betweeuj Washfngton city
and San Fiancisco.
Kow, if this ails t0 satisfy, our red
hatijeti friend lie-may a hip the first, ugly
Irian; he meets on the'sireet. '
Siillsliitrv's Scliolil TilX
In 183.'! the towri laid 'd schooltax of
IGj cents on: tlie hundred dollars and 50
eeutoti the poll. This taxtprod need the
net. amount of ua2.4S, o)T winch the el-'
ored people paid and reteived $74; aud
the whites paid and received 6iy58.43.
luirug i me saiueear ii:u sucria coi
lecteI a school . tax of t cents on the
hundred -IdoUars and il.ild on the poll.
Mv first! object is to ascertain what was
.1 i- L.. II.: LI .1... I
tlie net. hiiiouiil coii.ciu(i uy uiu sjiciiu
fi om the 4 hite people of Salisbury under
lis tax. . A"
The sheiirTs books will not show this,
because tne hook ior, our cownsiuii is
made out 1 all together, and von cannot
tell what le4ons to the'town, and what
Iji the towushin. There is aAvay how
ever to aunroximate the amount. Or.thc
1958 towln school tax iaid bv the whites.
alMiiu $10 as poll tax1 anil $ldl8 pro-
leity tax. Aiiw it a tax of 16$ cents on
the iro)eirry or saMDurvi nettea Slclo, a
tax of 20 cents would net $-2181., And if
poll tax of 5U ceuts ou the "white of
Salisbury.' netted-$140,i a poll tax of
$i,I2J would net $o"l5. So tlie net school
ax. collected trom the white people of
Salisbury by thosiienlf in 1883 was
about 82181 plus which is $441K!.
What ' became' of this inone?f The
w hite children of our DisMict got Wjli') of
it. Uat as about 48-of them live outside
artrs We "till mean to surj
aK MEAL,' (new crop)
WE have one of the LARGEST and most COM
PLETE Stock of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS in
' Western North Carolina. : "
And we are prepared to offer seasonable ind staple
vCr j-i -r.-
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE
We Ijave a Uie assortentot y "
to which we iqvitc the especial attention of buyers
. Ladies' Cloaks P
1 ; from $1 np. . We have a good line of.
mml CIRCULARS A1?D D0LMA11S.
Wo have Underwear for all.
... ! - ' - ; : ; ,
tWe are agents for the , I
ools and Shlfes,
i J IVcry Clieai.
;We sell the unexcelled HESS & BRO'S. fine ITand
Wued Shoes, i We have a larixe assortment of JoiiK
Mcndklis S0LAU TIPPED ChilUreu's Shoes.
you have failed to maUe report of receipts
and disbursements of the school fijnd, as
required by the Cmhf, p, Supeiiu
tendent Scarboroan KGov. Jarvis are
-after yoti with a shall sticks You had
better send in your reports beforo you
eat your Acw.j ear's i inner. l'
v The Florida TnncsFiiio) annomices a
oeAT cotton ilanf, a cifoss , of the coinmouJ,
cowon on the okra iI;ut. The new plant
produces but ojiellowpr and one bol!, but
s the latter-grows to i lie as large as a co-
C- Vllch I'd yields a handful pf cot-
toil tt n voi-ij uii".. . X.-.... I : "
. . ; fujui ! ijuainv, r ive or
ViS. ill..: . ' , .' '
oi.auyu lino iiersiinmpii seed at tlie bot-
; torn of the pod completes the story.
. RichardnA. Pi octorf believes the earth
:00O,00O years olov Other learned
men have conjecturetl ita-ngeF Iwrt none
come uuuer JU,(),O0QHd Newton said
the water is slowly dlhiinUhinitnd that
tit the oreseut rate itrwill all be gone at
the end of about 15,()0(),0()() Vears
. 3 ' ' .B . !
.e.vo uiivoau .in ( itaieiirn lor ji
burglary committed1 at Clayton, NTC
ami taken to that place fofexarhination
jcto; sentenced toiair foi-trial. While
in the hands of the guard they were for
cibly carried off iuyt masked men and
.thrown tVom a bridge into Neuso river
wud drowned 1 1
te was a tearful and most disastrous
earthquake in the province of Mala -a
u. . .... - i
i"inij,. rase weck-j tollowcda few davs
rater: by a destructive luirricano 'which
- o" vv.iiinjricu.uio l lllll or ouiiuiu'rs
in the district., Hundreds of lives were
lost .by ihe .eartliquafce. : . .
Mr. S. II. Fleming, editoriuid nro'ni
ter of tiie Lamp Post, Marion, NiC.,W
wr iuur yiears of toil, hasold out h
l. . lift . T-V . . . .
t-iici 10 uie rTjicowell liugle Cm." We
.r,wuiuny wim .Mr. Fleming, who
ve suppose, will gu into some oilier line
- 1 . i ..
The Masonic Temple in Cincinnati
- una hn I'lifil lion Oln. rri i i .
' ' n11' -t". 4 ne ouiidiug cost?
..UUXI. I was insured -for $123,000
inoro than sullic:e,.t;to cover the dama-e.
1,lts Vl,arhle losses consisted ik lib.-...
lies; aud paper y and as such yefy urnch
Wc still mean to supply you with the best FLOURvHAMS, PURE LARD,
ATT T Tnew cron1iu.:k wheat Flour, Uat iuear unis, jiic?, ouiiar,
MtiALf, (new Crop ' ft.... K-T 1 Al APk'Vl'Ff.
Tomntnni tiffee lea. ami murv new v . v.
...r OA kin( anf CUj- lijr iuuav . " w.v v.... ...
Airents ior.ine iiyni
nil! 11.116 - "V .. . . .
Wi - v,ni : i,.,n new sunn v oi o cents n'
TA'! T I Ci.nnnnllnr.hinr- Rn( Ul I S DIHIUI WIMK'K. lull. W.I ..VI , " " "... ij
yr rrr:yyr.r:" "ZL,t. n.i u,, oods as iow ds the lowes. come
youjue lilgucsi prices iot jruut iMwv a-
andee. ll IITT7 RCHni CMRH
W. W. TAYLOR, ) i . .
I). J. IJOST1AN, V Salesmen.
Oct. 16, 1834. and J. A. )
J. M. 3Honxoo
Y. x For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco.
! Y; : Salisbury? North Carolina.
HE largest stock of SELECT j V ARL
ETtES of. NEW and PEDIGREE
SEEDS, suited to every type to choose
from. Quality guaranteed, and prices
ower than ever. PriceXist free.! - . 1
10:2m:p V R. RAG LAND, Hrco, Ya.
SALE OF LAND!
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, in the case of J.
i?. Kobinson, Administrator ot Joseph N.
Dolibin, Ueceased, against Wrlhani Dobbin
and Josepli Dobbin, I will sell j on the
premises cm ,' .1
Tnssiav. 6th cf January,
the following land, to wit : A tntct adjoin
ing the lands of Mary Ann Dobbin Horace
Nail. Crissey Graham and others, 'contain
ing about 46 acres, i
terms: One-third cash, one third in six
months, and one-third in twelvej months,
with interest on the-deferrod payments from
late at the rate of eight per cent. !
. .1. F. ROUiNSON,!
Dec. th, 1884. 4t
ASK YOUK DltuduiST WHAT UK
knows about the merit of Shjiner Indian
Vermifuge, the poplar remedy. ' " ;
m , . .
FAIIMEII'B UEAIKMBER KLUTZ'S WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on this market this season, and, can show
- . . ..-ii
the corporation, aud therefore, a t $ 1 .50 the highest averas for crops and a general average second to no.it m
head gpt J?TJ, the white children of . . m i nttM
OVdW IOr lire SUUIC aiuuca.vi I
was left, that
town got only
Sii the I white people of town paid tire
aherrtl a sclioot tax which netted about
$241X1 and.' got back about $853, leaving
a oaiaiiee oi to bo aeeounteu tor.
What liecfaine of this? Tie. colored chil-
treu ot tins disti ict cot $310. out of
xhich it fs probable that the colored nice
tiaid iii arlv .i-JK), Si silumr. ftilil'l -!
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the only house in the
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBACCO.
If you want the HIGHEST PRICES tor; your ToDacco sen at
pant nearly Slil So siliout, SOO'J was
given 'to them. There lis yet another
$1000 to account for.
comparison of these; figures with mv
former jii tide will show that the white where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
under the oresent law. oav for their JOHN SHErrAKL), THE Uhampion xobacuo AU'iwtt8
own education, and then have to rT,,lar.-ra aYirl .Will nflV HlllH Kh I I IlILXLiO
tribute a round sum to educate the L , . ' iV u t W,.
colored folks, so the whites dM not ior all grades trom tne urounu ueaves w ru "lun"a
get -a cent of this $l0iO. It'went to edu- A -t-
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
t ! Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD, SWINK & MONROE.
caio uio coioreu cuiiureu outsulo our
district. So that year, out of the taxes
collected froni the white folks of Salis-
Imry a grtt of about $G0O was made
to the colored , children iu our district.
and another gilt of about $1000 was maiU-
to the colored children of the county
outside 01 our district.
IVI...I. ...A 1- 1 ' i tir
niii leiucuj can oe proposeui we
may nave a lew enacted, suclv as that
which governs the Winston fchool,
whereby all school taxes of everv sort
collected in this district are oaid to the
district, under ; siicli a aw we town
i r ......
rolks would save the JIOOO that went
outside ot our district, and all we would " w . .' HTIT T " UflTTTl T A a Tin 0
have- todothen, xvould be to educate HRffffieS & 001111 W affOIlS. H I K il V
..i if 00 A :- 111 II II I I llllll I I II 11 I 111 :
Salisbury, N. C, June 4thj 1884, ,
STUDEBAKER akd TENNESSEE',
CPLUMBCS, WATEKTQWX ft ClSCISNATI
BRUNER,I!AMES & CO.
DO YOU WANT TO
FOR LADIES Ony.
A REMEDY eixioied by the Lett IIijm
ciaiiH and UruUutx at its home.
A REMEDY that Mr C W O'Neill. Uood-
waler. Ala., itavrt raided his wile from an
invalid'rt bed, mid lie believes nartd her lift
A REMEDY of which a prominent Allanu
, uiel'cnanl said . "1 would have given $500
as soon okI would a nick I e for i what' two
' bullies of your medicine did for my daugh
A REMEDY in regard to which; S J Cas
sell's M D, Krugtfist ThomasvSlle, tJa., says.
"1 c;fn recall instanced in which it afforded
relifj nfter nil tho usmt remedies hud failed.
A REMEDY about whicli Ir K li Ferrtll,
L:iUrane, (ia , writes: "I have usedTor the
last . tweniy years the medicine you are
putting up and consider it the best combi
nation ever gotten together for the disease
for .which it is recommended.
A REMEDY about av ! ich Dr. Joel Branham
Atlanta said: ''J have examined tberecipe, and
have no hesitation; in advising it's use, and
confidently recommend il."
A REMEDY which the Kev II IJ Johnston,
near.YiarietUf, (ia., says lie has used in his
family with the "utmost satisfaction" and
'-recommended it lo three families "who
found' it to be just:vhat i.- is recommended.
A REMEDY of which IVmberton, Iverson
& Uenuison say: 'We have been selling it
for many years with constantly increasing
sales. Tire ariicle is a staple with us, and
one of absolute merit."
A REMEDY of which Lamar, Rankin &
Lamar say;' We sol,d 50 grosHin four months
.arid never sold it in any place but what it
was wanted agaiiu' -
A Remedy by which Dr Baugh of L-.vG range,
(Ja., says: cured one of the most obstinate
cases ol Vicarious Merstruatiox - that
ever came within my knowledge, with a few
A Remedvof which Dr J C ITns?, Notnsnlga
Ala., says: I am fully convinced that it is
unrivaled for that 'class ol diseases which 1 1
claims to cure.'
A lC2iedy about which Maj John C Whitner
ol Atlanta, well r nu favorably knovn all
over the United States ns a General Insur
ance Agent, says: 'I used this remedy before
the war, on a large plantation: on a great
number of cases, always with abnoliite Mtecess.'
A Remedy aloul which Mr J W Strange, ol
Ctileiville, Gn., certiliefc that one ' bottle
etired two members of his family of men
strual irregularity of many years standing.
This Great. Remedy is
BraflfieMs Female Replator.
Send for Treatise on I he Ilea 1th and Happi
ness of Woman, mailed free.
Bradlield Regulator Co,, Box"28, Atlanta,
SALE m liAHOI
Bt virtue, of a; decree of the- Superior
Court of Rowan County inl'the-Vase of lC
A. Shimpoch, Administrator of A. CL Earn-
har; against Fnnccs p. Earnhart, ,1. will
Sell j at Gold HU1, on Monday;
tne otn or January r 1885r
the folotriri? lauds,' to wit : One tract of
about Sixty Acres, adjoining Slauriey,
Jolia Cnlp, and BuxWell Smith, known as
the home place. Another tract of about
Fillty Acres, adjoiningjlenry Williams, Ste
phen IJ ruddy, John Williams, and others,
Known as me r cnnel lantl. f
Tkkm one-third fah, bne-th'kd iii six
months, and;one-third; in twelve juoiiths,
w4th interest on th deferred paynieuts
froni (date at the rate of eiuht per cent,
i ; 11. A. SillMFOCII, Adm'r.
,Dtc. 8th, 1834., 4wj A
Notice to Creditors I
,li persons having laini8 ajrainst thecs
tide of A. C, Eainhart, dee'd, are hereby
notified to present the! same to the under
signed on or before thb 11th day of Decem
ber, 1883, or tJiis noticje wilt be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. I i
U I , A.'SllIMrOGII.Adm'r.
Dec. 8, 1884. Gw i ? J
r -WHENj YQUT WANT ' i "
AT LOW FIGURE!
CtA.11 on uie uuucrsrgnm it
Kow." .,",'! j I).
Agsat for th3 Car4
, Salisbury;, N. (J., Jund
Lies seven miles than' saiil,bir- b -
Ph)kU3 n t rm I V v.4 ,1 1 ,
mum wuvi vau.i ll'l f I lit I ,u ,i. , h
. Dec. 2Uh, lSSi.Vmpd
' t"T r... .1 n i w ...Jl J ..... . 1. . . . . .-.
ot uowuu uoanty unut riijn-l. cr.i.h.h
vnu sen ai, pn-'nu? sue, ;n ust- t'o;u un
bury, on Siotid iv the sd da.rfof 'reln-tr,, 1
Ol liUHl eOUUIUilli 1 i
it 1 lilnl Civek Mato3j, Ui 1
Tenijs cash. S
Dee. 15, lssi;.V
A TOSITIVE AND PERMANENT CURE
i - - . ,
.. FOjlt .
irSTSPEPSIA and j INDIGESTION.
Prepared ly l)u. W. V. UKEGUUV
Charlotte, N. C.
our own white childree, ami the colored
children of i our district. Hut the resnlt
would be that, it the present school, law
remained in force, the rest of thecouutv
would have to provide an extra $1000, to
make up Ior the one we paid, or cut down
the amount allowed to . each child in
order io have enough to provide the
extra sum lequired lor the colored chiU
It is time for nil to be thiukiu what is i
beat to be done. 1
- F. J. MUKDOCH".
Modest men must stand aside or "blow
their own horn." It is perfectly ridicu-
Ums the way suggestions are being made,
by interested persons, about the selec
turns for places in the country,
piling office seekers, how immodest! llar.ltf are Paints. Oils and Varnishes.
. Grain and Guano Drills.
Tlicmas HAY BAKES
Aveuv's Riding and Walking
- THOMAS' I1ARROWS,
Telegraph Straw Gutters,
.Avery, and Dixie PLOWS,
Doxtor Ooxrxx JSla.ollox's,
1 Engines afld Boilers,
SAW AHD GRIST HILLS,
Piping, Eiisinc'and Boilvr Fittings Guns,
Pistls, Shells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
Fowuer and Shot, Dynamite ruse ana rri
mers Axes, Shovels and Spades, Building
Her. J. B.nthonv. of Mt. Pleasant.
biibumis county, formerly of Trout-
maii s, ireaell county, has sustained a
second stroke of paralysis and at last
accounts was m a cntical condition.
A Cleveland, Ohhyjury recent
P wnn ot 5,00() against a rai
aiy in ihat State, for eliargin
.V.U"-, "igner rate of fresght th
cnargeu another for the
- Tlie ewYork XewsnaheV TT..'?nn
pstabli&l,ed a branch house at Char
' "f N C ihe iniriK)89 of more con
veniently furnUhing -patent outsides" to
southern newspaper pirblisherp. jf
atp1'1;, .-1 other jper
,vero lost 111 the hiin,;
on jsubscribing to the railroad extension
lhigl. that coutit. Kesult; 1CG4 for
subscription and I4U against iLf
a ( Jtacfue, j
iture of South
Carolina to repeal "tlie existiiU lien law
of that SttUe, wits defeated iuUlie Senate
J;lst! wee!;. ' !
. Congress took a holiday . rf eemq Dec.
21, until the 5th of Jautinrv mX
The Xey York , and other Northern or
ange markets arc ulutted willi FImuM-.
oranges to such an extent as to make the
industry practically valueless.
e TWENTY-FIVE CENTS expended
for one bottle of Shi inev's Imti
liige will save your chiUl froni tbe horri-
"" 01 oeing eateu by worms.-
On the 20th of Jaiiuiirv. lfWS. 1 trill r.
fer for sale at the Court-hons il.w,i- i.
Salisbury, N. C, my tract of bmil. ivi..
011 bxtl sides of Town Creek aud on both
sides of the Br iugle , Ferry Rojid, where
the ritd crosses tlie reek mile south
east of Salisbury. Terms cash or banka-
HOME-RAISED GLOVER SEED.
Ana everything else usually kapt in First Class
Hardware and liuplemtnt Stores. I Have on hand
a lull stock ot the above. &. offer them tor ibe next
thirty days, for less money than they have evei'
been sold in this country.
Salisbury, Oct. 23, 4. W. SMITHDEAL.
... - 1
! To suit aU classes ot purchasers, we have made
aTangemerits to sellhese celebrated Wagons eltL
er for cash or on toiij time. So aU who heed wagons
bad better call and see us soon.
1 , r JOUN A BOYD EN, Agent,
." or. ' f
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
Is now offered to Land "owners who may
I ' wish to dispose oij
- FORESTS, r '
wanted tor The Ltves
ot aU tu Presidents
of the U.S. Theknr
nsf hiriniu..i ......
boos evtr soid for less than twice our orice ' Th
steslselilugbook la America. Iminense broiiis
vo agents. AtllnteUigent peopl.ant it. Anyone
nan become a suocessljiragetitXTenns free ' "
; " IUllktt Booti't'o- "orUaindv Maine, y
JCRS CF BISuHaWITCS.
v Dec. 4th, 1SS4.
J. O. WHITE.
THE BE ST SMITH III
THE COUNTY !
The un Jerslgned is prepared to db all kinds of re
pairing to all kinds of watches, clocks, c.i and at
reasonable priees.. Leave and get your watches at
Klutu & itendleinan's store. Salisbury ;'and try Ihe
Dest sailth In the county. il. L. bOWN.
Apr. 10, 'S:tf. ; ; - j
II RHIflP Send six cents for DSstaire. and
alTfllL C. "etve tree, a costly box of goods
which riu help you to more mon
ey right away than any thing else la this world. All
of either aex. succeed: from II rev hour. The broad
rmut ti rnrtnnii niutnu hofAm 1 1. . ...... .
. " ' . " .. - I . . V .w. Vj ..ii.- ... Am 3.
1 lyRure. At once add -ess, ,T:;ie Co.v Augusta, Maine.
Not, 27.J11, ly
Having been instructed to act as Agents
for the North Carolina Department of Tin
migration, "wc wjll state to those having
property of the sifeove tlescription Iot sale,
that we are in position to place such pro
perty in the hands' of over two hundred
active Agents, who are making it a rcgtilnr
business to sell lands to Immigrants and
others coming into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value ar
We have establishel a Real Estate and
MixiXa Bureau in addition to the above
and' are in position to iIace to
advantage mining properties of all kinds,
developed and undeveloped. Large tracts
of Lands in Western No:thCarolina, and
in East Tc in.; may be placed through us
to advantage. We can offer inducements
heretofore unknown, and land owners will
consult their best interest by calling ou or
'' BUHNER, EAMES & CO.
' Heal Estate, Mining 5c
i. ' ' Salisbury, N. C.
3faps, Assays, Reports and Estimates on
, PArties contemplating goinir to Texas
will do well to consult us, as we have farms
and will giadly
in all parts of that State,
furnish dsformat ion.
1 that it is the acknowledged Leatler is a
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work
A.D IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do any and all kinds of work.
To be complete in everv respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
For sale by KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
'8-4 B(:ly.. Salisbury, N. C.
for workinsr Deonle. Send 10' cents post
t'i2e. and e will mail you frte. a royal
valuable sample box of goods tbat will
nut you la the way of making more mon
ey in aiew days than jou ever thought pott I neat
any business. Capital not require, ou can live ut
home and work in spare time only, or all the time. AU
,r both sex, bl ail ages, grandly successful. 50 cts.
to 5 easily earaed every eveuitiflf.' That all w ho
w ant work may test the ba-Juess, wejnake this un
paralleled oner: To all w ho are, not well satisfied
wem send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing us.
FUil particulars, direcdons, etc., sent free. Imm-use
pav absolutely sure tor all who start at once. Oon't
deiay. Address Sti.nson & t'o., Portland, JUaihe.
Sov. 2T, 'st.-ly
:;.! . i-o-i
Having determined to continue tho Mil
linery busiuess at my old stand, I aik my
friends and customers to hold their orders
for me, as I have ordered the Prtttie-t lot bt
HITS, RIBBONS, FEATHERS, SILK
I j FX0WERS, &C,
have ever had in store. EvEnrrnixo''vyiLL
be Entirkiy New anp FAsuioxAnr.k.
t MRS. W. R. BARKER.
CiiAULjOTTrc, N C, Nov. 2U. 13S4. .
Dr. W. W. Giegorlc : I hereby certify
that 1 have recently used vour Dvspeptic
Mixture with very grrat benefit to myself
lud cordially recouinieiid it to others.
i R. T. Wakixo,
Member N. U. Legislature.
Dri W. W. Greorv :,T take great i-leasure
in aduing my testimony to the value of your
Dvs)ei)iic 1-Jemeuv. J ;Uave used it wnu great
relief, and-cheerfully recommend it to anv one
snneriiig from oyepepaia,' ln ligestion and a
torpiu conuiiiou 01 liver aiui uoweis. .
K. (X Stale Treasurer.
For sale by J II McXc'en and T C Smith &
Co., Charlotte, N. Cj nd J IL-Enni.-s, Salis-4
bury, N. C. j 49: ly
3,'Y vm-io or ih.
II T irie Ol I 111' ,Ji: TT J II
L) lo me iy J. N.."jiiraiu auM 1
gah.'on win .Maivh, im (,i s-i-e
ci.'w.saTni cuanres, air, iv- wis re i 11
of UowanT.Mortjrio Hon i;. n .
cash on the preriilses on TlriHMi.i
January, isss. pi Ki)van .c(fi:!ii . , !
-to the highest bidder a jilahtati.Mi i
a-re.s. more tir less.;tuiU dl on mi
irns ami )
ad;ipici 1 Tui,
from Thirl Creel; HtatlS!)
of John Knox, Mjsk lUUi
arc a residence, tobaeeM oa
the premises, and tliev an
oi Tobacco. "Vlicat,viitoji 'oi 11
1 ne siii- mvursat tin l;.iiirofrjf
to satisiy rae ntorenalditvi:
l-or lunaer n.irU'.'iibus
uue r. v.. raeaeii 1 1.1
Dec. 31, lfSl. 4t
signed at Y
mo!f mney than. it su!!"
an agency iortlu- Iji a ,.
giiiiiers su-ced ri'dlv.' "oiie r..
i lUl.LKlT LiKk CO., I.
Nov. 27, 'U.iy V1
- 1 I '-!!!
:lt ii -i.
THE GREATEST AM) BEST:
The Large Doable Weekly,
, Iteligioas and Secular,
NEW YORK! OBSERVER.
No paper in thecouiitrv has a more EX
PEHIENCED and A.13LE COUPS of EDI
. Besides the regular Editors, the Obsii
Vkii has a host of paitt contributors niid
correspondents all over the world, includ
ing home ami loreigii missionaries, travelers,
scholars, divines, poets, and' literary, men
The Departments of "Agriculture. Busi
ness, Simday-schootTeaching arid Kcligious
Work are condurteH by experts, who write
clearly and to the point. The OnsifuvKit
does not till its columns with long' essays
anyl sermons. j
The NEW YOEE ' is
A LIVE NEWSPAPER '
Furnishing eacl'r week
A lliii.ioious Sheet,
full of instruction, uncouragemcro, and
. . A SF.cri.AU Sheet
containing ail the news. Price $;.1." pci
year. Secial terms to Clergymen. Spec
inien Copies Free. ' Address,
xk w roiiK onsEii vmi, .
8:4tJ New York.
"WE ASK Kxru
Interested in Hides, Fur. Woo'l.
Feathers, Beeswax;, IJutt-cr. Ciieesc,
Divcil I nut,-' Poultrvi Hav arul
g em$ al I y t-- send i r
Prompt returns on. al
our Pi nr ('(j
G ENEKAL ;COMM.lfs U N Mt:i:i:fl.-Yi
Office, ICH, Wi
-No More Pdn!
No More Danger
KERR CRAIGE. .
L. II. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
A ' '
SALisnL'nv, N. C
Feb. 3rd, 1 S3 1.
B LAC KM E It cc HEXDERSOX
Sulisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, ?9 If.
; This invaluable pre
paration is truly a Iri
,nui.h of Meieniili'e skill,
and no more inelinul
jble benefit was ever be
stowed on the mothers
u the work!,
j fcrIt Jiotonly short
ens tlie time of labor and
lessens the intensity -ol
pain,l)iit better lli'an all
,'t greatly diminishes
ToMotherorChild th?1daTr lo tUeA,1
UA u . both motlytr and cluldr
and leaves the mother
lll-il L-OIIUIIIOII Itlfill.V
lr.jiii..ii.u 1.. 1.. . '
covery, and fur Iess4ia
ble to flooding, convnl
doiiK and other alartii
Ing ymj)toms incident
:o lingering and j.aiiil'ul
labor. Its .truly .wonder
ful ellicacy in" thin re
spect entitles the Molli
er' Friend to be rank
ed as one ofhe life sav
ing appliances given to
tlie world by tl:edifc6v
eries of rnodern science.
From tlie nature of the
Case it will of course be
understood that We can
concerning this Remedy
without wounding tnV
delicacy of the writers'.
Yet-we have hundreds
ofmieh testimonials on
hie. a ncbho mother who
has .pnce, used it will
ever again he without it
in her tim oi trouble.
" HILL.. jSf OSES!
The undersigned ia hmiht tet3
known .Stonei Quarry ol K. K. lliiflip,f
deceased, and1 will r:nfinui- to iiti(fr Ik'
public" demand lVkiljH Mc-us lrim4Lai
V I .A 1
ceieiHaicu gnr, tni -r?
at Salisbury, N. 0., ji
tention. This i;'inn
actual work iii'r iToH"
Oct, 27, 1S84. V.-.n-
' o. w t il kiiimtv W
it iikI.s liiiifurfljd
Juit.v T. W'xri
Iv stock this Fall is m;u-tm!!v FnlliM
Elegant. - P'slialj ink ui'. c 1;iiticuirs,l
ati d" Fi iohdi w i 1 1; li i 1 i n - J 1 1 " .ron!yrpif
pared to supply?: 1 1 cm, tun- k-ttfcf til
u-uaL . Call anil'sc nuv - ":
E. J. HOLMES.
1$, 18S4.; (.
A Radical CurS FOp i;! frwlBf?
1 J n,i.rmUlT-
The Dread of j
t Transformed to :
HO P E
USafst7 and Ease
; A prominent physician lalely reruai fced to
Ihe proprietor, that if itrie adiriissahle io
make public the letter we receive, the "Moth
er's Friend" would! ouUell anrtLing on the
market. i i
'1 ! -
- I most earnestly entreat every iVmtde ex.
peeling to be confined to nse.IolherV Itelief;
Coupled wiilLthia entreaty I will add thai
durin- a long obstetrical practice (44 years), 1
have never known it id fail to produce a safe
and quick delivery A " '
U. J. HOLIES, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.
Semi for our Trekliie on -Health and llap-
pines ol om:in."jmiiiled free.
Ir.Younff & Middle
Tested fob ovnCx
YhKhs a us- iN'VAr.
.:(... iua W .TT- .
Ono Mocth. -i S3 dCS - i.rrf-ntbw te
'i:- t-.-,, or. m .n i r;rw
:f - 2".ir;!7ii.'
p5, irT' ipic it
Another car hjad
PIAGES, wj.u li .
in order to ma-kt.
'Sou' is Ifonr tihi
I'Av.tf lt.- u it.-t ur 'L n
- A A
I" am dctt rmlnc'l
, 1 .Mill
At ir!r) UA,
Come at qnce an
1 0 amine oij jj y
' MDi Him
b UJJM i
:u x' ,rii
J41 " ;,.0Kr
I am short of toof) oq ' . lr vdpMh
er thar. cvtr Ucfort.aij alter ri -
nrr:.Mt all IliV -rfieleS iif .
Dec. mb, if-!
I! Salisbury, N. C, Oct 11.-2:1111
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