SALISBUEY.H. C.,: JAlttJARY 8. 1885;
?fITfllSB ISERIES, :
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"WE have one of the LARGEST and most COM
PtETE Stock 'of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS in
AVosterB North Carolina.
An yc are prtpared to offer seasonable and tanle
LUWfR PPilCES THAN EVER BEFORE.
' We taVe a larg assortment
e ieyitp the. especial attention of
Li' Cloaks' .:
frpm $1 iip. . We ljave a good line of
We have Under wear, for. all.
' f'tf ,ki';! r v -f: ;
I We are agents for the
. Hilary m mean to supply you, with the btst FtOtlR, IIAMS,URE IARD,
Qi MrVLnew-erdn), liu kheat Flour, Oat Mc.il4 Grits, Rics, Suyui , Syr
WMatoe8; Coffifca, anllfancy new Deep Sea, No. 1 "MACKEREL.
lll lir 20 kinds of CHE 'VJNG TOBACCO. W,have the laiest 5to k of
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!.- - J - WE HAVE - . : . . 7 '
oots arid Shoes-
' j Very Clieap. - ' ' - '
We sell the une's Celled HESS & BRO'S.fine Iland-
SnveJ Sliocs. We have a lare .assortment Of Jons,
3Ir.M:LiH SOLAR TIPPEDChildren's Shoes.
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What a NrthCarol1tiian Thinks
TJ' . ';of Kxposit ion .
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Thz Dfficuttiri Attending the Opening
The Question of Labor The IX
j, vei-fiity of jComplexioniia l$eio' Or-
leans, ; , ; : v -' -
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.a Correspondence of Raleigh Chronicle.
j New Orleans, Dec. SO, , 18S-L
(Time ind!y be saitl to be very discour;
teou$ since it will not jjivait ; (or any
man, No matter what the. occasion
or tli.e necessily man must so juse his
fleeting moments that . he be ready
wheii his anpoiutmenls wheel into line.
But here isj a atl fulling off. The day
ifC!ai-arc iirtown. A. new. supply ot o cents trices. Aenis.ior ine l. hi
'-fiT-iM cn-ninn MnMiinp and Cnat'ssiSnool Cotton. Remember. va will i av
purees tor your proauceauu sci i -you ;uu us n im iv.o. -uiy
iLU I I & 6 hl hull ill nil (
W. W. TAVLOIS. i
I). J. HOST I AN, . -and
J.tA. NEELY. )
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s come--the appointed and set time
Z-nrid nil is not rend v. Thfe World's
4ndu8ti4al and Cotlcm!eut home ilieir ltkglts..
posiiion, uowopen, is yet. iacivin,-n
som of the minor details, jtKmany'
of the attractions of besmty and inter
est ai?e yet to be spp&mto the eyes of
the world nQwterned hithcrward. It
is frequeijllysaid that no Exposition,
or otlwfenterprise Of such proportions
jas this P.as ever been Known to ue
ready on time. This may be true and
even consoling, but it is not pleasant
nor is it free from certain cmbarrasst
meufs. There are, however, many ex
cuses for the delay here. The ques
tion, of labor is most trying. Proba
bly iio community iif the Union is so
hedged und compassed about by
leagues, unions, associations and other
organizations which hamper or in
some way retard the quick execution
of work,' than New Orleans. Kvery
blessed man, woman, child, cfeole and
foreigner isi full fledged member of
ACTIVE AXD MTPLMfiEST AGEKT8 in every town
JxAr? rr ..TiMir.A'n NEW. BOOKS and FAMILY
4&SrtfMrtcr?-l other., vhoTe time i pot fullr occupud, wiit find it to their interest
t .e!h te","-?.. nd ntlier- vonni men inst eominir on the flelJ of aotion, tha
iltiEUAKElt and TENNES SEE ;
IXi:yWATEKTWN & ClNCIXXATf C
'i'o3 h Rtitmti rr tWaornnS.
giWJ ;-.w.jjr O . D
jjliczroRD & Huffman -
hm ani Guano Drills.
ftgir5irji'iid .Walking . .
'JLiTlV A T O R S.
ipapK Straw; Gutters,
UMcnin4l)ixie PLOWS, "x
extcr Corix iSiio llors ,
something. Nothing caiv be done
save through Some of tltcsa associa
tions. If outsule labor is introduced,
tlie laborers are .soon informed that
the climate is charged with malaria
and that more healthy locations are to
be found further West. Should the
BHTXNFEH EAMES & CO. laborer prefer to remain and pursue
any avocation wnaicver, uie saiesi
A-nhV. To Tfirmerk' .onsnnd other yonnrf men josteomingon the fleUof motion, tna ,
otmU moftey and of Belffcultnre Write forspecial ,
MB.i TjOIIKSON &. CO., 1,013 Main Street, Bichmond, Va.
DO YOU WANT TO
tiicans to avoiu a suuuen request xo
attend a funejal aud act as corps, will
be .to join some association. 'I his is
not overdrawn. J he communistic
tendencies all over the continent are
assuming such proportions that the
time is not lar distant when all labor
must be paid by dictation not ami by
the true value of the service done. , lt
s now offered; to Land ownerstvho may j is tirely a subject of thought by the
SELL II Ills?
f- v- .' : M -
wish to dispose ohj
ed States by telegraph. I Ilere the farce
-excuse the remark, .ut I can use
none fitter: for the occasionof the
President's opening the Exposition
and starting the machinery by elec
tricity was; consu mated. j About this
time a picture of Mr. jjArthnr was
placed on the rostrum bedecked with
bunting. It was the plain duty of
the Chief Executive of our nation to
be;presentjand.by his presence give
countenance to 60 grand an undertak
ing, and to . meet the representatives
of other nations here aseml)lcd: But
he was content to Jouch a button in
distant Washington,and!t!ius jrispond
to what should otherwise haVl been
an imposing and inpre?siveceiem6ny.
What must therHignitaresof! foreign
powers tjmiU. of such toying? Ger-
tainjythej will say nothing, but must
SWaKD GRitiT FtliLLS,
:a Engine ;an. iU i 1 r F i 1 1 i n s G u ns,
jisiiciU, CaiUidj,', Wals "and Caps.
4ft!fJ.ltftt, Dvnainite Fuse and Pri--ix(Slfoyfls4nd
isarPaiiits.-flils nnil Varnishes, .
ftytbj em -u.iily' kopt in-'-Flrsr Class
MW(:tth?a)vp;i offer them for the next -for the North Xjarolina Department of Im-
f a-s.ior ios jaouey titan they pave ever, ; inmration, we will state to those Having
lawtmakers the statesmen of our rc-i
imblic. I5ut to, go back, the result is
that a strike from any class or labor
ers mav be looked for at any moment,
since-they are controlled by leagues.
lhere is but one thing, to do : humor
these people or suspend work, Hur
ry 'you cannot. The situation must
be accented. 1 hs is one of the causes
or )VA TEll-PO WERS. t delay in getting the buildings in
readiness promptly. Ihey are all
ready now excepting some leaks in
the roof and most ofthe exhibits are
in the buildings, but so" delayed from
various, causes that tew were complete
for the opening. Another cause for
flavin 2 bceiranstructcd to act as Agents
wfyOct. n,ft. -Vft Ollll I tl J t ALt ' tiiiit we arc in oosition to -ilacc such nro- dpf:iv is thrf xt tpihp dillifMiIlv ovluti
pcrty m ine nanus oi orer iwo iiunureu ffM.s ,,,.. lt :.ur rr . . , 0.,,1( mm-
i vc -Agents, who arc martin it a regular k 4 i i 'p i i i r
l.nemo - t coll nnik to TiniHri nnta nn.l l'"- "-M' . w ..w.v. A v..
Others cftninii-' into North Carolina to.flure Uiat ll,e wprKiivg classes ncre are
ivc. ' the slowest nOrth of the Gulf I will
not s:iv sontii or I Ii;tf, lteanliitil ex-
Lands placed ., above markcta!ue are Iynnsfl nf 'slfpp . , -t - ,vpl, un-
that working-classes do not exist to
kr -ri i l : . : .Jai i an t laiciii hi iiiv nui mv.i ii nuaiv.
UnM are in 1 position to place s to amj receive more for the amount of
idTantare niin5nirrujcrtics ot sill kinds. I service done tnan any : neonic on.tnc
leyeloped and-; undeveloped.-. L.arj;e tracts fflobe. i he leagues rcs'ulatc the nnces.
i t f T tr- V.aI. il I ! .1 I - ' -
rn anas in western ionu Carolina, anu t, ; , iw, i.,u,.i
an classes of
a . -
purchasers, we hare made
Kfc to wit. these ceiebrated Wajns cftt-
fakyttX. . so allvho needwagons
! lanawetts-scKm- ' .
JOHN A: BOTO2S,, Ag nt,
We have established a Real Estate and
r,nnilwl it-itti J llwr I'llwip nnuelinn Jw
SnT,!i('. Tnm' i ilia !( tvliiccil thrnno-li n, ' . .
r t. v i - " -it" 1. 1. a i ,. i.;
nflvnntnW WV ran rtffi-r hi nmi-ntc "S"'', luiumcsa uj CAinuiiuio in
heretofore unknown, anil land owners will placing their goods, lint there must
consult theirjMest interest uy calling oa or
, t J. WilITE. . 1
'BEST SMITIl EH
Le au opening. Ij.ist Tuesday was
the day. It will be a memorable one
in the annals of the fete days of the
Crescent Uity. Joj hilly appreciate
this fact you must remembeir that' no
city on the American Continent de
votes so much time or money to pa
Parties contemplating goins to Tex?s J geants, parades and public festivities
T.RUNER, EAMES & CO.
! Real-Estate, Mining &
j ..Immigration' liiireau,
; Salisbury, Ni C. .
Maps'Assarsj Reports and Estimates on
rS .Pfmred to do' all tftoAa m nJ
KSife and ?et 1 "our watcher tj
will do weU t consul tus, as e have farms
Salisbury ; and try l hd
!wi:4i,u1d- totontirte the Mil
i-:.rwiapft a'U... t . 1
i w y OIU 'Ktnfi1 T net
-Nicrs tcv hold ; heirordeii
Tun ii.ai ii. -iv ... .. ..
! . jtv'v,7 me i mien ion :
Sftor- WinKo wft,f
1' i qot.-pjiiii
rr".?.81.xwnts tor postage; antt
' Ji run riAn- i ; .i
5iu"jruiaH a.,....'- yw juu lomore monv
5y? uciiS l rr" Ki this world. A 1
i neopeSho P,11' h9r- The broad
?Sa, -m Co 'AiiTHstf M n.A
w : ? - -n
7 iy i ' wws. I'oniaad, Maine, f
in; all parts otlthat State, and will irla
1'urnTsh hsforntatiori. . 3t:C
h I !
as dtJbs this Southern iuetropolis. The
streets aad business houses were gor
geous in their array of banners ieh-
uants,, mottoes and curious decorative
designs.' I he eve grew weary oflook-
ing. There was no rest in closing
them. The ear was feasted (?) also.
Bauds of music were-as - thick as ne
groes" at a municipal election, while
ht Mini drum' llio boitni nt i':uninn
SEEDSnited to every type to choose !shore aU(partoatf the 8crt,aiutllK 0
trom. uuanrv n-uaranteeu. ana nnces : . . i .1 .i . .
i .-i -: ' r " steamuoai wtusiies, ine iingiinz ot car
bells artd the roar of carringe wheels
as tney beat the cobble stones, addei
to the dm. .business Avas-suspeuded
during the hours of the procession am
HE largest stock of SELECT VARI
ETIES of NEW and PEDIGREE
lower than eter. Price List tree.
ThclPresiifenf could hardly have fount!
excuses so palatable to the peoje of
other sections, and he doutbless would
not have made them. It is over. The
doors .are swung wide open. The peo
ple walk to and fro and enjoy the
sights. Tlic presence of visitors is the
only change t perceptible since the
opening. Yet there is a difference of
change 5CP cents as you pass the
turnsty. i '
To come home, the Krth Carolina
exhibit was not in complete readiness
for the opening, notwithstanding her
representatives were unusually dili
gent and did all in their jioiver to be
readv. All of the heavier articles are
in place, while many of the finer and
more valuable specimens have been
kept back. These will; go into posi
tion rapidly now. I could give ma
ny reasons for this delay, but will
not do so jft this time, believing
that the hindrances set ; forth in the
foregoing part of this lettcHsufficient.
Still our exhibit is further ; advanced
than most of the State exhibits. Some
of them 'Jiave not opened a box, while
others are just beginning the unpack
ing. Our whole force is engaged day
and night in arranging systematically
the.display. It will be complete in
a few days more. Your readers may
rest assu.ed that nolhing-which will
redound to the credit of the old Xortli
State will, be left undone.
I had the pleasure, recently, of at
tending a grand promenade concert
given by the celebrated band of the
Eighth Mexican Cavajry, under the
atispicics of the Battalion Washington
Artillery, Sat their arsenal. The band,
a splendid organiz ttion, is under the
directorship ot Prof. Kucarnacion
Paycn, and his seventy-two members.
The programme consisted of thirteen
selections, aud embraced some of the
finest music, includingielections from
the opera$. Two solos were parlicu-
arly meritorious: "La lavorita va-
iations for soprano saxophone, by
Prof. Leonardo Vrezearra, was a most
charming; ami soiilfol rendition, as
was, als :"Jvoile do Aonl'. solo tn
key bugle 03' Prof. Ignacio Santa A na.
I was surpiised at the perfect in and
skill of this orgairzaUon, which will
rank with the best bands of the coun
try. The last three selections were of
lance music. 1 he fair j worshippers of
he tcrpsichorean niuse had an -oppor
tunity of displaying j their graceful
forms in the poetry ot : motion, and to
the most1 enticing music. ..
You are fullyaware of the great
diversity of'coinplexiou here. Kvery
shade, from white to raven black, may
be found. I he Caucasian, Mongoli
an,. Indian and negro, and all the in
termediate shades, arc met with. It
has struck me that this "color line"
the politicians are fussing over in ma-
uy parts 01 ine country, wouu oe a
dead issue here. Just where the white
leaves off and the color! comes in is
the question. The shadesare exquisite,
the blending penect. .None but a
skilled artist could detect the tint3.
ItVright annoying too ; for instance,
one docs not know how; to act when
a beatitifulr creature with soft com
plexion! and lovely .dark' eyes enters a
crowded street car. S'.-e is too' pretty
to nave to saml while men retain
their 'seats,, and they never have to do
it. I have seen white men resign
their treats to iinmistakabl'' negroes on
the street cars. Compare this, if you
wilj, to the action of men in Northern
cities who rarely.-resign' their scats to
cultivated la lies 011 I crowded ears.
And yet, Jim Blaine wears the bloody
underwear, and the negro, wails for
1. K. Buuneu.
SALE OF LAND!
By vjrtue of a decree of the -Superior
tioned in councctioh with tobacco.
After the war Winston sprung up
and in a short time offered a good
market, while a few years ago, Dur
ham's if by magic, arose JYbm an
unoticed i railroad ' stationto a city
known all over the world. Now to
athinking rtan, Salisbury appears to
be a natural tobacco market, but
from some cause it. has hot taken the
place - it ought to have taken. Bat
the prospects for a radio il change iu
this condition of affairs see ins very
flattering and the near future will, hi
all probabilityj be marked by an es
pecially marked increase in the to
bacto interest in Salisbury. The mer
chants are gradually becoming inter
ested iu 4 he matter, andv they begin
to see, t hat Sal isbury with properef
fort will soon become one of the most
important - tobacco" markets in "the
Stale, and that its prospects in this
respect are daily growing more bril
liant; This' pleasing result is due to the
individual efforts of a few enterpris
ing men, who have labored unremit
tingly to advance the tobacco interest
"of Salisbury. They liad much to con
tend with from th& beginning, and
were confronted with a provoking in
difference on the p-irt of some of the
business men of Salisbury, but there
is more united effort nov llian ever
People seem to forget thattobacco
means something real. It means dol
lars and 'cents, and every pound
of tobacco brought to Salisbury means
just that much more money in circula
tion here. For instance, a man brings
a load of tobacco : he wants bacon
agricultural .implements, clothing, su
gar coffee, &o.
Farmers naturally want to sell iu the
dearest market and buy in the cheap
est. The avearage prices obtained
for tobacco in Salisbury la.-t year,,
were as high as any other market iu
the State, and with the1 advantage
that Salisbury merchants have over
those not on a railroad, could make
it to the interest of the farmers of
some of the adjoining counties to buy
from them, belling their tobacco iu
Salisbury then leaving their money
there too. Now this is the position
of a tobacco grower: f He has raised
say five barns of tobacco. He is lo
cated anywhere in Davidson, Davie,
Iredell 'or Rowan. :' Ho has three
oints at-which he can sell. His in
terest should induce him to- sell iu
Salisbury, in preference to the other
ujiuts. And how can that be done?
Why, by buying his tobacco at a
good price, an I se ling him what he
wants as low as he can buy in any
other market. If his five barns of
tobacco, bring 1,000 anil as nearly
always tha case,' he has to spend near-
y all of it, the Salisbury merchants
should induce him to spend it with
them. Thev could sell to him for
I have said above, five
barns of tobacco for $1000. The
writer ha$ known tobacco to bring
$500 to the barn, and merchants of
Salisbury could get all the. trade from
the .adii.ining counties with a goo 1
tobacco market Tiere. The counties
; :Forthe, Sale of Leafc Tobacco : r: . .
SalisbiiriJ!JVoH!iy Carolina. '
pottST t l111 K? WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTH of all the Tobaeco sold on this market Hiisseason, and caa show!
the highest averages for crops and a general average second to none in I the
otaie ior tne same grades of Tobacco. i . 5 -
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the oniy house
ace that has. STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOR A Pro
If yoialwant thepIGHEgT PRICES f orour Tohaica sell at A. -
Z'S WAREHOUSE -t-
where you; will alwayyfind a full turn-gut of anxious buyers, j ( '
' JOHN SHEPPARD, the Champjon Tobacco Auctioneer of Westert
Noiith Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and will pay HIGHEST PRMES
for all grades from the Ground leavesf to Fancy Lemon Wrappers. I '
DAILY SALES. ' j
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
Your friends truly, . -
1 SHEPPARD, SWINK & MONROE. .1
Daiisoury, I, u.,. June 4th, 384.
in 1 thQ t
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
casu at a minimum of
fi i st
Notice to Creditors!
All persons having claims against the es
tate of A. C, Earnhart, dec!Ut are hereby
notified to present the same to the under
signed on or before t he 1 1th day o Decem
ber, 18S5, or this tiotiec will be oleaded in
I bar of their recovery. ,
K. A. SIIIMPOCII, Adm'r.
Dec. 8, 1884. Gw
That it is the acknowledged Leader is; a
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed. ;
" The Lightest Running.
- The .Most Beautiful Wood Work.
AiSD IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied -territory.
Address, ' .
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO..
For sale bvKLUTTZ. & KENDLEMAN
"'81 36:1 y. Salisbury, X. C.
A POSITIVE AND PERMANEJirjCRE
, ZLvon '4'
DYSPEPSIA and INDIGESTI0IT.
IVepaied hy Du. W. V. tiHEGORV, j
Charlotte, N. C
j Ciiaklottk, X.C;, Nov.29, 1834. .
Dk," V. W. Gregory : I hereby certify
that 1 Iravc recently used your Dyspeptic
Mixture with very jjreat beuefit to myself
and cordiallr recommend it to otherit.
l . P.1 W AIM NO,
Member N. C. legislature.
i . '
. ! 1 Charlotte,
Dr. W. W. Gregory : I take great ; pleasure
in adding my testimony to the value of your
Dyspepiic Kimedv. I have used it with great
relief, and cheerfully recommend it W any one ;
sntfering from dygpepsia, indigestion mad m
torpid condition of liver and bowelf.:
D. A. JENKINS,
N. C. State Treasurer. ,i
tor sale hy J II McAden and T d Smith &
Co., Charlotte, X. C, and J II Enn'ws, Salis
bury, X. C. 49:ly
the town went to tiie purk. There
To the Editor Carolina Wulchhau:
Court of Rowan County, in the (easeiof J. rwere tliousanls of visitors to swell
r. ivjuinson ivomimsiraior or josepii j. i the dowxt. xauiug i position near
Dolibro; deceased, against William Dobbin tlre,liead of tncailery wlpch circus
ana dosepn uouuin, l will sell on the t .i i , : .
n.,iinH. ' i the thousand seals m tr
Tttssday.' 6th. cf January, 18Ssf
the foljowin land, to vnt : A tract adioin-
iag the landVpf Mary Ann Dobbin, Horace
Nail, Cnsscy Vfahani and others, contain-
frontu)f tli'e ros-
trum, I had the plasureTof feeeinj; the
procession move to the front.
wereonic fifteen; thousand j people
nrcent; and the ; ceremonies were, T
ing about 4j acres. " - Iparn imnressive and entertaiiiiiiL'.
Terms: Oad third cash, one third in sixJ kV. ' mv 'r.nsitUui it- was .hi'it!' 11.01-.
montte, and bne-thir.L in twelve months, ..I t ...1.1
witinnterestl on the deferred payments from uu,,,,,,-v t'"v:" j
date'at the r'ate of eight per cept. ; hear the sound ot lal mages voice as
r i r "-i1 "wou.puj, aanrr., , no ouereu uu? uiwiimg liiayciv .-.aueu
l 1 Director-uenerai Jburke Presented the
tmrldings ami grounds Joi4PeiiJent
Hichatitsou, and hJniirii, present
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST WHAT' HE
nows about the. merit of Shrincr. Iudjan 1
vermifugethc poplar; remedy. 1 4
Before tire war hnti few farmers in
this part of our State raised tobacco,
but now it' is one of! its leading sta
ple, and the tobacco industry in all
its manifold branches equals any ofh
er industry, '"".Tt "enriches cities, and
iut a few years transforms a village
into a metropolis. It has rejuvena
ted some sectionsi of North Carolina
and Virginia, healed its wounds, re
built, cities and restored its credit.
No cities perhaps owe more to tobdc-.
ro than iticliuiondj Danville, Dur
ham and Winston, and no city in t)ie
tobacco belt has giveu it less care
than I Salisbury. f Richmond prior tc
of Montgomery, StaulyLKiiun, and
a 'part of Cabarrus, have fine tobacco
lands, and they Would all sell here.
The farmers of Rowan re awake
to their interest : it can be seen oiv
the books. at the warehouses in Salis
bury, that with the exception of two
or three farmers, all who raised to
bacco sold there, and 'they know that
ihey got the very highest prices to be
had anywhere, Of course with plen
ty of tobacco raised in Rowan and
adjoining counties, manufacturers will
naturally locate in Salisbury,-for the
rrowllrof the trade here is natural.
and will be. continuous. We have
reach eel the point where rapid ad
vance is assured and retrogression
impossible.- Salisbury occupies such
an advantageous position with refer
ence both to the farmer ami the man
ufacturer that it is destined to be
come the common' depot for both. It
is not over estimating the tobacco
crop in Rowan for next year to say
it will be iheccased one hundred per
cent, aud then we need not depend
on any created stimulus to .attract
this trade fit will naturally now to!
Salisbury Iwhich will enhance the
value of property fifty per cent, or
more. Hie farmer that has lauds to
sell can get as much again as now
aud the farmer that has land to rent
out cati get more rent, and the renter
instead of working ten acres in cot
ton for three bales- that bring 100,
may work four or five acres in tobac
co which will bring him from 800
to 1000, with which he can pay his
debts,, buy a home', or make such
other investment as mav suit him.
for workinj? people. Send 10 cent j post
tige. anil we will mail you free, a royat.
valuable sample box or oo;ls that will
out, von la the way of m uin irnre-mon-
ev in jii'ew days tnan vou ever i-aouziuposstuieai
nnv business. CaniUt not require. You can live nt i
h'jihe and work in spare timeonly, or all the tlnse. All
of boili sex, of all ages, graaJly successful, fio cts.
tntsp-wiiv Mrno.1 every evening. Tiiat all who
Want work m ly test the business, we'make this un- 1
paralleled offer: To all who are nri wen saunacj
we, will wnd fl to pay fir the trouble of writing iw.
Full pa!-ticulHis, (Hrt;iions. etc., sent free. Immense
pav absolutely sure for all who svirt at onr-o. Don't
delay. Address stinson a; Co.. Portland, Maine.
Nov. 21, '81. ly .
WHEN YOU WANT3
AT LOW" FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at 2. Granite
Row. D. A. ATWfiLL.
Azit fortlia CArdw3ll71iresher.M
Salisbury, X. C. .Time 8th tf.
is always daiip-er of their .'going off
cd them to le President of the Unit, the r.r was about the only city men- prematurely. ; -
By virtue of a - dee re 3- of thc Superior
Co art of Rowan County, in the -ase of li,
A. Shi:ni)th, AdxiiiHistrator of A. C. E.trn-jiar-agatn'Sf
Frances D. Earnhart, I wilt
Sell a4; Gold Hill, on Monday,
the 5th ot Januafy, 1885,
tua f. I'nwin.' lan,U. to wit : One tract of .' rJ
about Si xtv Acres, aljoinini-E. Manner,
Join Culp," and liul wtll Smith, known as
the home place. - Another .tract tf alxmt
Fifty Acres, adjoining Henry Williams, -Stephen
Dratfdv," JolurVi!!i4nis, and others,
known as the Fennel laiui
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1L IS o
ivr irKnince of an order of the Superior jCJonrt .
b( KoVvan county tne undrKlsmedi nunsloieT. 1
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bury SnXJnday the id day of Kebruary. 1H5, lot
nt wn"i contalnlnif ams, knowii as tle Bur
IIZ rritfiaufloi the Western N. t. Kallroad.
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fesscel that he was iufatuafed.
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nlikesin one respect at least. There
months, and one third in twelve months,
with interest on the deferred payments
from date at the rate of ci-ht per cent,
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Dec. 8th. 1884.-4w ' ." i
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And a!! Di Hous C o m plaints
to tne. if lnx ri 'l
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VALUASLU- LAND FOE ,
Lies seven mlles from f alisbury -between the UL
Pleasant and concord Koad Apply toeunder-
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