F?rTS' ruteS OI I
HPyT . mo' 2150
jaform.tloa oa mattm-
' ii the jWy"', of New OrlennR,
f ! f, Irw towj.suian, ThosrK. Bra-
. . . .w
" r - . .... -.
maiio oneof the vice rrew-
ted States KeiH Miave
frit-", ; I
As Overcoat. There is nn
Sheriffs omce, lelt by
iiit.ui-.-lt has been there
'"The owner is mvit-
property aiid take it away.
regard to ouf Postuias-
. ttjiuiug in -
;rr L-ith1 the view otaWestalliug
gjafter tlie 4tljoi Ach, is not
' Ji tUllCU IU !',J':;,lb" J , u
IpVe aj.pt ehend that the incoming
.1 ;l i I. I.. i.-. liiiiL'ki tllit
l.iuleUiUt-u. luuui icao mi." ' ""J
, : r It'
Jibjilfasf tu uie puuwc.
j..L,v LhTTKits itiuaiuiiig in the Post
j 'i,.-ii,biii v. N. C lor I the week
..ii JalJuaiy -u ldd5": 1 -
. Jll ' ' ' " ,
kV-iiwIPf lla!r' J"1."
ftm ----- ., . , .
i binvatt, W M aii,
JolfolAJlHer, Ju- hum:, -vo.
' i - .1-; . .' . .. . i .
iMeMty advertised wheu.
trcicri re called lor. I
I. .11. liA.UJAl t , -
0 iv- ,
. I- i ,
litric. Mr. Clias. lieaveiVW-luis
moved to Texas live oj six years
.li-PrL. lr of his family, a sou 14
rarioldnt .il.c tioie, did not waut to go,
ini'iieDtaily resolved that Jhe would
Wfiadi. Itesas did not prove to the
Ulilih Idoraido jtlit-y: expected,
yi'liioai that hard Work for a living
I;, villi (iirolina reouiiWd harder work
1.1.11(1 as thev had no farm ol
liirif yhjl iwcm moving nliost every
T!ttWo, Adoli)hus7e.solved that
Wftfflldwuie bayk to North Carolina,
Mi i.at on foot. He tfatelled 100
u8 in tins way, and managed to come
train's.',-Stopped a yeai? or two
iitwrgi4hut finally reaefied North Car-
d'uia ai ef days ago in good health and
aving jerfoiaued the trip from
Gturgi;. ndirely oti loot. He has got
i&glUfjTexat and thinks he will speud
lififfi inliisiintive State.
T. JC. BECXKS.1
At the Punn MoanUun mine they
Iiave eight men eiiiployed in making pre
on a , larie
M. L. Holme, ' Eq., has received a
cablegram from :one of the directors of
the Gold Hill MiuingJCompany in Loudon
saying that tiiey will resume work apain
slioi tly, arid to keep the nnuins i unniiiir
so as to keep the water onl down to the
750 foot level. j .
Capt. Sam! jBlisli, of New Jersey is
here representing Rtproc8sby which 80
to DO per cent, of th gold in ore is ob
tained atja cost of joot over 30ct8. per
toir after t jie ore is pul verizetl.
4: . i , ;
f 'M . ' ' '
Capt. J.D, Ste wait has about comple
ted his contract iir isinkiusr the shaft at
the Keimef, which nuder the circuin&tan-
ces nas ueen a very a. meal t and labo-
rious task, and noticing but his deter
mined push" and energy could , have
completed it so soon! !
To the Editor of theVatchtuen : '. r .... -
In your paper of the loth iusr., the ques
tion is asked, "whatHire the ameudineiits
proposed to the Charter of the town of
I he following hare wen proposed, but
have not been subiiiiited to the Board of
Coinmissiouern on account of the contin
ued illness of their uHorney:
Isf Aujhorizingthe Mayor to desig
nate one of the Coihmissiouers to act as
Mayor pro tern, dm iiig tlie Major' ab-
s nce oi inability to jitteud to the duties
of the office. '
2nd. That the Mhyor's precepts with
the official seal of his office attached may
be executed anywhere iu the couuty of
HA. That tlie Mayor shall have final
jurisdiction of the offence of carn-ying
concealed, weapons. J
4th. That the Town may. have author
ity to levy and collect a tax from butchers.
5th. That SectioniXVI of the amend
ment to the CfiVter Of Salisbury, ratified
the 27th jof Februaiy, 1877, be repealed,
and that all'provisipns of tlie Charter ie
pealed by that section be re-enacted.
6ih. That the Chiltf of Poliee, r any of
his assistants' have authority to execute a
precept bfthe 'Mayor under his; official
seal anywhere iu the county of Rowan.
7th. Tliat the police force of the town
shall be elected or appointed in such man
ner, jindj monthly or annually, as the
Board of Commissioners shall direct.
J. A. R.
the .second floor of the White Tower. I DfNAMtTB isr tbDOif.--TlieJ excite
All ianthorities agree that dynamite was went in England growing out of, the dy-
used. The floors were thoroughly wreck
ed, and 'the explosion damaged i many
hundred stands of arms. 't. The explosion
took' place exactly at 2 o'clock . in the
afternoon. ' Lord Chelmsford and Gen
eral I Milman are ndw engaged in the
work of inspecting the structure. Some
reports place the number injured by the
lower explosion at omy iour. sso ar
rests have yet been made in connection
with the Tower explosion. 7 The police
of the metropolis have been ordered to
be doubly yigilmt. , t J f '
From our Regular Correspondent.
UTonnrnivr Tn OJ ICQ".
Tlie revivalist Moody; the journalist,
Geo. j Augustus Sala; the divine,' Rev.
Mrs.!01ympia Brown, arid the sterling
old war mares of woman's rights, Susan
B. Ahthonyr and Cady B. Stanton, have
been! in Washington during the week
and yet people say there is nothing go
Attempt toj Blow up the House of
Parliament and the Tower.
Pfauotiirn tx M a r k et.V-E f a n s B rs
larg ?rtnloce CoihiuissioiiIefchauts, 5G
Xortk'Witer street, Piiiladelphia, report
efolloiag clty nun kets : I JSggs, 'ir
(Mii uhL Southern, 2700. Live p ml
trlil cts. per pound; dressed 11(12;
tnrfctjr'i 314, according . toj -quality;
ifck4l2 ; geese J 0 11. Live cattle
4i4llgR, jive 5Jo. Potatoes: Eilrly
Icfcocei er bush., 5335; Burbauks,
te:Sj0Q'; - Peerless, 4543 ; Pearl
uaaitttlL 43(48. Cheese: Nj Y. Factu
ij,tltdc'e I2il;j; fair to goodwill to 12;
rnuvl.vania full cream, ; part
jfelioy G1- full skima, ;ii4.
Aple:, evaporated, in
ftW sliced N. Carolina, fancy 4
Mjfiwkl slifced3;; blackberries 8J9;
wne fitted, piime fdry t2il3 ;
?cjiared, evaporated 17022; N. C.
Ii f'uipared haltcsew, 77ij
VMi 55i;Je va pora ted lOISf pears,
laai, ll-haspberi ies, 2424J per
Nlr-Featliers, choice geese 5557.
drj.TbtoU. Honey in comb, 14
Thft liiAt'eliaiita nf "tin.
f 5" J of Kichniond are subjected to
loop iioaipaj isuns w i th vjheir
:HfH'aliBaltiiU'ore, iu th matter of
pkinyiHerehandise for shipment to the
j" A lot of potatoes 'received by
feutowintTcliauts Tuesday moruing,
fii rusty, dirty barrels with rag
M?!'Vty cloths tied over the top
SfJK ug duly, headed up in the
m 2t ws the occasion for words of
fli against, the business inethods in
WSootherii cities. We men tion the iu
the benefit of tlie suggestion it
?P"n. Neat Ursa itml cVnliCifrtr in i.L-
:' r - r1 - j sis 4i
TS'ou8 u,r the
country should uot be
London Excited Over one of the Boldest
v I Plots on Record.
-London, Jan. -24. 2 p. m An al
arming explosion has just occurred in
the Housesof Parliament.
.2:10 p. m. The House of Parlia
ment and the government offices were
severely ; shaken and considerable dam
age done. It" is impossible" at this mo
ment to vEell the extent of the calamity.
-The report of the explosion was heard
in Downing street.1 Greait excitement
prevails and enormous crbwds are as
sembling, at the scene of tJe explosion
2:30 p. m. Thd origin of the explo
sion is wrapped m profound mystery,
but it isr believed Ito have-been caused
3 p. m The explosion occurred close
to the House of Lords, near Westmin
ster hall. It is reported that the explo
sive was placed in the crypt under the
buildings One policeman was hurt.
The force of the shock was tremendous,
and was felt at a great distance. The
amount of damage done was very great.
Rumors re current at this hour that
anothere xplosion occurred at 2 o'clock
this afternoon at! London tower. The
excitement ! increases withevery mo
ment, and the ciy is filled with flying
rumors.! There Were two explosions, in
stead of one as at first supposed, at the
Parliament house. The second came
aboiit three minutes after the first. One
was near the House of Commons, the
other at Westminster hall. One man
has beeh arrested near the scene of the
explosion. A detective force is hard at
work how seeking Further developments
which are anxiously awaitad. particular
ly by the people j ih: the .neighborhood
ot Westminster hall.
4 p. m. The rumors regarding the
explosion at London tower are confirm
ed. The outrage was the most success
ful which has vet been made upon any
Of the public- buildings since the inaug
uration of the present era of dynamite
warfare. The tamous om ouilding was
crowded with visitors at -the time of the
explo3ibn.CThe jwildest rumprs are in
circulation as to ithe number of persons
l v : - 1 4 . 1 I"' 11
who have oeen mi urea Dy me crime
These rumors are, now oeing earned
through the cityi and constantly exag-
j gerated, by Tisitbrs who were present at
tine iime,--anu wuo uave uurtieu away m
Att a session of the woman's rights
conviention-last, evening Rev. Olympia
Brown chose for her text the words
AU are created free and. equal. " I
hope Bible readers will be able to find
the text: I will not give the verse- or
chapter, but suggest that the reader
commence at the first chapter of Gene
sis and read until he find it. The Rev,
Oly mpia said : The aristocracy in power
is that of the mustache, whose insignia
is the spittoon, whose home is the smok
ing ckir, whose outward sign is the curl
ing tjobacco smoke, and which is depen
dent upon an accident of the body' It
is suih silly talk as this that makes the
advocates of woman s rights traduced
among thoughtful people, and if women
ever attains the elective franchise it will
be ini spite of the prime facie argument
of unfitness that every woman's rights
Ini a letter on the same subject wnt-
. "i -r n f . .
ten tnree years ago l reterred in com
plimentary terms to Miss Anthony, and
Mrs.! Stanton as the "old war mares" of
the cause. By an accident my letter
was sent to the onran of woman's ricrhts
in Washington Territory. By an'acci
dentjit e3caped the eagle eye of the Ed
itress, and her paper wa3 mailed to sev
eral hundred subscribers before the aw
ful ih3ult which my letter contained was
observed. The Editress heard from her
subscribers, and I heard from the Edi
tress. As an argumentum ad mulierem,
ranklated, "a clincher" she asked me
howi I would like to have my mother
called an'"old war mare." I did not re
ply! I sometimes know when to stop.
Hut! what made them so mad I had
frequently referred to Thurman, Ed
munds, and other able men as the "old
war horses" of their respective parties.
The language belongs to the patois of
journalism, and is understood to be com-
1" T Til 11 1 ll 1
plimentary. ii i naa canea tnese ais-
tinguished women "war horses the me
taphor would have been false in respect
to sex. mere is no opprobrium in
i In the name oi sax, of femininity
in its broadest and widest range, I pro-
testagainst the invidious protests of the
Editress and the enfrachised women of
Washington territory, and when they
object 'to the words "war mare," I arise
to defend them against themselves.
naniite explosions of last Saturday does
not abate, but rather increases, as will be
seen by the following: . -; ' '
London, Jan. 27,-In some ' respect',
tlie panic prodnced by Saturday events
lias really increased. Fears were enter
tained yesterday that the ilytiamiterY
were' to make an nttempt npou the u:t'
tional arsenals and naval : stations, and
they ' were placed under special watch.
At Chatham t dock yards tlie jiolice were
kept afloat during the entire night. .The
entrance to the palace yard Tkis been
closetl, and all the' public doors to the
'Parliament building have been 'locked
and barred, and a barricade has been
thrown across the hall at the top of the
staircase. - !r ,: , ,-
.The injured are all reported to be iiu
proving. . 1 j 1 ,
A man named Cunningham, under ar
rest on charges of being concerned in the
explosioiis, has made alledged disclosures
in consequence of which all traijiis leav
ing London, for seaport towns are accom
panied by detectives. Not the slightest
trace of any mechanical apparatus or of a
fuse have lieeii found iu the tower or iu
the Pailiauient buildiugH. This fact
strengthens the opiniou that no infernal
machine was used to effect the explo
sions, but that the agency employed was
dyuamite iu some simple form, packages
cpntaiuiiig five or six pounds of the ex
plosive bt-iug deposited in the tower and
I'arliameut buildings. ' '
Iu Locke township. tlAslconntr. Jsinnl-
ary 4th, 1885,. ilis Margafret A. Meotus,
daughter of Jacob Men i us, jted 27 years.
In'the Senate wr yesterday Col. Means
offered a bUl amendatory; f ,fhe consti
tution in several respects. One of the
proposed changes is. to give more conse
qneuce to theomce of 4 tlie commissioner
of agriculture, raising it to the dignity of
a State office and making-' the -coin mis Today the convention of lawyers will
sioncr elective Joy the iieople of the 8tAte. assemble at 12 o'clock iu the court house
Another provides inlmtautially tlut luemr 10 consider what recommendations the bar
bers of : tlw; legislature dial I not tie capa- shall make to . the legislature teaching
oie or-noitiing uie nrst term of any office cnanges in the judicial system. We trust
created bytheuij and a third alters the! there will be many present, and that tlie
beginning of the fJoveruor's term of office I result of their, deliberations may be wise
from January 1st to a later date, thus I and will teud to abvauco tlie reforms
allowing' the legislature ample opporto- which all agree are greatly needed.
nlty to cauvass the retnrjis and ascertain I itr and Observer.
who is electeil andaetajiiing the outgoing
Governor for two or three weeks for pur-
poses oi cojisuuniiou wuu me general
assembly. These pi opositious are all
wrirthy 'of mature consideration', and we
will discuss them more fully hereafter
Against Bad L'terature.
Taking Care of the Cody.
Tlie Christian Iudex, the leadin?
of the Baptist Church in the South
published iu Atlanta, Ga., in iu iasue of
iMrCf 4, has the following editorial:
. l oo many people seem to think that a
rel iir ions ne whom iter klionld iMmnflnui
ll k ii- f l r n tLf i mi m !... "t --.vw w
Accoruing co.iroors juanualv tour tne discussion of moral land reliioQ
thousand millions of fietitiona vt-ruA objecU only, forgettiot' that religiou has
i ll - iljt vL' k t"1 ' I - uio uuuica niiu sou IK of
jrpicuii xix me hwcks ana men. "Prove all thing, ;ho!d fast that
uuiiius oj. uux ruilxTKHxs. iniS IS the I - " uun yj uo wuu uie
statement made by Mr. Van Wvck in
the United btates Senate tn the debajte mony that in all question discussed iu
of the interstate'eommerce bill. 1 the Iudex, tlie practical has been duly set
. . . . .. . . iionn. iu uns naracrapiii inerefore. w
nmnanr AW-Kmw Inor . h nJnn tnnA. I . a I . .
wiuvu v aiwut A l iiuiiT bCUUCl- vVIIIUICUUSllUU. Alter Buoieciiuir It Ul till)
ed .Mr. Fred Grant a .captaincy ,in the above test we have tried 8wift' Specific
uruiy, wmcn was respectiuiiy declined r,uu I"u,,w s" s""" iwi pun
Tli Roloi'M, ni-Lun ot 1 because the vonne- man didn't wan't in fier S M health tonic. In this opin
AUC w.k-.c, uax. r,, , ,..',, i7 rxt i ion we are sustained by some of the best
says: "Ihe biil that passed the benate r "a" "1S Iainr men in the churcli. Ilev" Jesse H Campbell
yesterday makmgthe traffic in indecent, Pt on the retired list, and because he the Nestor of the Baptist! denomination
obscene literature a misdemeanor will b in aeoi mat going dock 1u Georgia, says: "It is iuy deliberate
hardly meet any oppositionih the House ouW prevent him from working out. judgment ftliat Swift's Specific is the
and we may consider iture to become TC,ar' Observer. ; , .graudert , lood imrTfiet ejrerdiscovered.
i TfL;M;n i i- TiT x ' Its effecU arc wonderful, and I cousider
akw. It is a piecf leaslation that . . . them almost miraculousi There is no
will receive the approval of the people. Ihe coldest weather of the season, m medicine comparable to iti" Dr H C Hor-
Tx . 1 . tt v i x il, XTi-l -.x . T ort rni 11 . . , . . ? . .
x us uurpuse, m umui Xiiiiisn, is io pre- mcnuituwesi, waaxw. ou, xue mer- uauy. one oi me oest Known ministers in
vent the sale in the tate of such pub- mometer marked 36 below zero at St. church, says: "Swift's Specific isoueof
lications as the Police Gazetty and the Paul, 50 below at Stillwater, Minn., and the best bUotl purifiers in existence."
Life of Jesse James. Every such pub- 55 below at Winnipeg- L , These brethren speak fulvisexll,v. But
:i : ' it. ,i : - " iew preparaiious can onng lorwaru sucii
endorsements. The Index desires only
to endorse these statements. We have
witnessed the beneficial effects of this
medicine, not only in our own households
but In several thercasea where seeming
ly all other remedies had failed. It is
vegetable compound, scientifi
lication is a positive evil in the world.
j , xux j ,
x - "rpi T,,c Pittbuigers and others, creditors
mi i. ,i o i ir ?, : ,V of the failing firm of Gil ver Bros. & Phil
XltCVXXB.0, ItXXCXCXUXC, IU XJLLX . UUDAVK, iui.
Buxton and .-all the
who favored the bill.
lips, wire manufacturers, have met and
inspected the . coudition of affairs and will
probably by indulgence help them out of I Purely a
Absolutely Purely; -
Tlits do .rder never tuIml - a m&mt mmwJ -
thn the ordlnsry kli da, and eannot be SofflS-1''
competition wiu Uie mulutuie or , low iet ilertL-.-r
weisrai, aium or DbosDUaie nowders.'. tUifn hntAr -
"M. KOTAI. BXKINO POWDBK CO..' 1 Will USU
WA3UED-OUT HAIR.-TbeVU S dkrt f lt
pallid, chalky complexion which the Bof
elist call a "washed out complexionrHUr
ghastly enough, and no mistake. ,WasJjetL.i
out, faded, discolored, or part colored bajr,;';
is almost as rcDulsive and inBnhnlv '
. --- v?v.,s
Parkers Hair Balsam will restore year' " '
hair toits original color, whatever it was5;" : '
brown, auborn or black, "WWy wearjnosa
on vour lipftd. whpn rni! m. AnL;tw.Kk .
lively, shining hair.-
SaliSDury Tobacco Harlet
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J50. SUEffRD
Another Libel Suit.
their troubles. It was a failure involving
millions ot dollars.
Col. A. K. McClure, editor of the Phil- L There was a heavy run made on the
adeipnia limes, and his party arrived I savings bank at New Jlavei:, Conn., last
at New Orleans Saturday evening. Be- week, and all theresult of idle jokes
ITniWl about the bank's conditiou.
V WMV Will A VIVUVS V IXV UVVV V A&AWVt.
States marshal entered the car and serv-
-J fx irJ ir m ' l x
eu a writ, upon iur. Jucwure, issuea at, we wallt MO divorces in this State, but,
the suit of Maximilian A. Dauphin, who if we have wife beaters, we certainly re-
demands the sum of 100,000, with in- quire the protection of the whipping post.r
terest and costs, in atonement for alleg
ed injury done by the editor of the Times
to Maximilian's loiihiana lottery busi
ness. - It is a civil action in the United
States Circuit Court asrainst Mr., Mc
Clure individually, and is substantially
the same action brought in Philadelph la
JikFajeof .vTiuiTEK.-Ai IL Butt.
wcuTr.;SM:. "C,,,,!J ,,e,erc ca,,M tlMJJ
:iu Uroj.ped to 43 decrees belowj
tlie climax if four davs
That: night a
It'hrVTlr !U,d hunter nam-
mv1- "- ,t!t,J"'ng fromihuutiug
4Sl,eU l,-v Ivei withN
, more huiiii-.v.... i i i i.
wcotn.f e S. wmri m ill au
tiferJi:f1.lltA,t scarcity of smal
fttfctA """"t searciuiijs-:Ior luni
wirlU : ,r "miu woives were, ivniir
4is., rifle b;,
Moody had crowded houses to
whibh admission was only by ticket, and
thousands were unable to hear him. Mr.
Mopdy is not profound or brilliant. He
is not even grammatical, and he uses
slang. I heard him while preaching
and surrounded by fifty ministers use
the'exprssion "1 cant eatch on; but he
is simple, sympathetic, earnest, and
therefore eloquent. No one can hear
him without being impressed with his
absorption in his cause. The secret of
his isuccess, I" think, is in the fact that
he preaches christianitv without dosrma.
and without ism. Purity of life, with
beneficent work seems to be his creed,
and ho one can tell from his sermons to
which sect he belongs
There has been little doing in Con
gress this week. Ah entire day was
devoted to eulogistic oratory the sub
jects being a deceased Senator, Anthony
of Khojie Island, and a member; of the
House, Mr, Evins of South Carolina.
Th Indian appropriation bill was pass-
ed, and the senate spent some time in
ectet session discussing the Nicaraugu-
an treaty. It is believed that the treaty
will be approved by Congress.
The work of preparation for the two
great pageants of Feb. 22nd, and March
the 4th, goes bravely on. such a pro
cession, such fireworks, such an inaug
ural ball "as are projected . were never
before seen in this country. "
Proposals have bsen invited by the
Washington Monument commission for
the erection of a ?tand on the soutl east
terrace of t ie-monument to accommo
date 1.540 persons besides the speakers
A reviewing stand will also be erected
at the east front of the Capitol. Live
ry stable men have been invited to send
in proposals to furnish 175 carriages to
convey members of Congress and dis
a!j -il 1 1 .1 i .
iinguisnea guests irom tne uapitoi to
the monument. These carriages are to
be uniform in character, the drivers
L ! 1 1 1 ,
of th0 building known as the white lW uveriea, and upon each carp
towen It was fairly filled with visitois I rt proposed to have a staff with a
at the ti ne, and imost it not all of thae
all directions. Up to four o'clock but
vca in bouthern-cities tlian in silfeeu been officially re
ri(t!ierii, and caunyt be without itumed as having been injured by the
B'ge to the fotnitT. 1 ii. vr t ti. n Aai
expiOdlUU. i.uxie yx.wxcoc axe xcpvxca
as mortally hurt
The; attack was made on that portion
cally prepared, and perfectly harmless iu
its composition. It renews the blood and
builds up broken down! systems gives
tone and vigor to the j constitution, Its
well as restores the bloom of health to the
suffering. Therefore, we do uot deem
it iuci sistent with the duties of a religious
joumal to say this much in its behalf.
I reatise oil Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free. ir
The Charleston News and Courier says I The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 At-
lauta, Giw j
is hereby giveu that application will
be made to the uext General Assembly of
the State for au amendment to the char
ter of the towrn of Salisbury. 6c
Jan. 1, 1835. jA. II. Boidkk.
Lugs, common to med.
Lugs, med. to good,
LujiS. good to fine
Lugs, fine to fancy.
Leaf, common to med. .,
Leaf, med. to good, . ,
Leaf, good to tine, -Wrappers,
com. to med.
Wrappers, med. to good
Wrappers, cood to fine,
Wra ntura fa nnw njnA
. i..i o, laiibj liwuu UUCIKI,
New tobacco breaks for the past week
lave been li-jht. Prices stiff for allirrades:-"
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters aaL,
iug smoKers are in great demand and pnees
a shade stifler than the quotation.;; Wrap;s
pers ot an classes are high and5 eagerly "
sought after. Planters would do fwelL h
putting some of their good tobaccos on the
market at this time. , -. 1: ,1 V
4.50 to 6.00
6.00 io 50
8.JiO io IftOO -
, 5.00rtqv 6.25
. t. 6.25 loj .8.50
. o.iw LU Xll.W
15 00f tr i.50
46.50 ;to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 it ssroo.
"ClevelandV AiointinentP," we cou-
fess, is getting to be funky he has made
none, and no one knows what he is going
to do. He has baffled about ten. millions
of conject tilers and qnerrists.
Atlanta, Ga August, 1883
My six year old sou has had a terrible
OUR LITTL GIRL looks careworn and
a?ainst the Times Publishing Companv !!. Worms are .destroying her. When
I ..-A .1 ... .1. ....in .1....' ...1 . . O I TI . . if . I. I. C. .
vpar no-n Thftt wa. rlkm ksni W K O 1 - " I siOUglling ocroiuious uiecr oi uie htc lor
year ago. inai was aismissed by buv - w,,- of ghriner Indian VermifuaeJ . .t.n.iM.i Win. i.iin.in .i
t . . . I J " n I hill W3 V S HW mrmmmm w-wt . -
of hair, ereat emaciation, and
prostration. Physicians! and various blood
Judges McKennan and Butler because
there could be no actionable injury to a
Oil. From Nature's Wells. The skim
oi the head is kept soft and flexible by a
secretion from the oil ulands. When these
are clogged t he hair dries and falls off. Par
ker's Hair Balswin renews their action, re
stores the original color to the Hair and
Statistics show that Ohio heads the makes it soft and trlosnv. It also eradicates
murder list for 1884 withl89: Texas is dandruff. lot greasy, not a dye. de iciously
IS i 'Poa wo moiT perfumed. Delightful lor a lady s toilet.
Zrrr f ill ' The 1c8t -of dregsi Preferable
account for, but Ohio is one of unac- to all similar articles because of its superior
wuuiamea uuy way unu in everyuuug, cleanliness ahd purity.
i fi i i V. " i AUK 1 OU J IIIEP OF Il-KIMIf oick: e
maKes me oesi snowing m proportion w t ft!iv ., 1M ,. .. . nnfi
population, having only 03 murders last girjH WIW work in 8tore, offices and fac
year, notwithstanding the fact that she toiies. There are huudieils of thousands
makes more whiskey than any State m of you in the country. Very lew of you
the Union. This seeming inconsistency well. You are shut up tiMi much and ex
ls explained away by the logical conclu- erclsc tiw little. In this way you get sick.
sion that, knowing all about how whis- X, ' .. C L
Ur ir, Ua- 1 1 1 " tf . ....
IVCJ w xuouc, xicx pcupie UlUW UCllCX
remedies were resorted fo without j benefit.
I he New Atlanta Medical College treated
him for three months, but his condition
ir n w trnnv.
I was urged to try tne emcacy oi u.u.u
and to the astonishment of myself, friend
and ncijrhlors, one single bottle effected a
entire cure. Ulcers of. the neck entirely
healed: evesiirht restored, and the hair
conunenceil i;rowing on his head agum
I live at 345 Jones Street, ani my boy is
there to be seen. i Frank Joseph
than to. drink itJ
work. Your liver, stomach and kidneys
are out of order. Parker a Tonic, has cured
hundreds of such cases. It' is pure, sure
A. C. HAKRIS.
The Outrages Denounced-by Irish
men. London, Jan. 2(5. At a meeting
of Inshmen held at Clerkwell yestesday
the outrages, were denounced as cruel
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cowardly and mmrious to Inshmen who Havinjurcliased R. E. Ri id's interest
will lose their employments, England in the firni of Harris & Rcid, I will contin-
in consquence thereof, and the hope was ue business at my old htand on Main street,
expressed that the offenders would be Thanking my friends and the public lor
speedily brought to justice. their liberal patronage heretofore g,ven
At the towerj between bn and two
thousand rifles are believed to have been
destroyed. The man arrested 'in con
nection with the explosion at the tower
is twenty five years of age and describ- and everything usually kept in my line
1 1! i .1 I ,.,. , I . 1 I I
ea as very simnnr in appearance to the
convict vvnitenead, rle displayed
SALE OFT LAND!
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Co irt of Rowan-county, an the case ot J. J?
Rolnnson, Adm r of Jf IN. Dobbin et ai., l
will sell to tlfe highest bidder ut public
auction, on the premises, on Friday tlie
13th Pay of February, 1885
a tract of land adjoining the lands ot Mary
Ann Dobbin. H. E. Nail, Grissey Graham,
nrl others, containing 46 acres. Biddings
to otien at 521. IP.
Tkrms One-third cash,; one third in six
months, and one-third in twelve months
with iuterest on the : deterred payments
Iroui day oi sale at the rate of eight per
cent, per annum.
J. Jr. UUmSUJ, Atfju r.
Jan. 15, 1885. 4w I
TWO DANGEROUS SEASONS. :
Spring and fall are limes when so many-'
people get siek. The changc.;iu the r'
weather arc severe on feeble persons, and.
even those naturally strong are apt, astliey
say, uto be feeling miserable."- llictt they
are just m condition to be struck down
with some kind of fever. A ..bottle or two;.
of Parker's Tonic will invigorate the diges-
. . .1 i; 1-1 - r a.jt I 1 j
lion, put me liver, k itinera nno uiooa in,
perfect order, and prevent more scrfo'us
attacks. Why suffer, . and perhaps die.
when so simple a medicine will cure you f
Good .for both sexes and all ages. lA -
Corrected weekly by"j. M. Knox t Co.
Salisijuj:y, Jan. 29, 18857
10 to 15
vi io io
(1LU5S ; as-40
Go 4o ENJflSS and buy Kerosene and:
Obtained, and nil PATES1 BUSISK&S attended to
for MODERATE t.- 4u .
Our office is opporite the U. 8. Pateat Offle, and
we can obtain Patents in less Urae than those re
mote from Washington. Send MfM mr Drkwin.
We advise as to patentability free of charge; and
we make o Clvirg patrut is ttevrtd. r
We refer, here, to tlie Postmaster, the SS.pt. f
Monev Order Dir., and to ofhclals of the US. Pat
tent Office, For circular, advleer terms atKFrefef
ences tx actual clients in your own State or county,
write to C. A, SNOW- A CO.
Opposite Patent Office, IVaslxlngton, p. C.
Nov. 87. "S4. 4m , -
shall endeavor to ensure their continued fa
vor bv keeping for the trade a complete
and full stock of Fresh, First class
Fine Cigara and Tobacco;
Call aud see me.
Jan. 21, 1885 3m
A. C. HARRIS.
Mark Twain's BiclKentcckian.
Jo!oneI Samuel H. Stone, of Richmond,
is the gentieman referred to by Mark
Twain m his ktA Tramp Abroad as the
Big Kebtuckian,'" who had inn um era-1
ble sword duels while a student at a Ger-
man university Colonel btone made a
tour of the German universities for the
purpose of fighting their crack duellists,
LAND AUD MILL PROPERTY
Price low and terms I easy. For further
particulars, address or call on
P. N. IIEILIG,
14:3m Salisbury, N. C.
Dissolution Notice I
Notice to Creditors?
All persons having claims against the
a. - 4 i
estate of Lawrence j L.ingie, uec u, aie
hereby notified to present tlie saute to the
undersigned oil or before the lotn u.iy oi
January, 1886, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar ot .their recovery.
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Jan. 9, 1885. tiw ;
STATE OF NOHTH CAROLINA,
In TnE Scpehiob Coijbt, Jak't 10, 1885.
Samuel B. Hint, Admfr of John 31. Urown,
Sr., Petitioner, J
Gt-orge A. Brown, John M. Brown. Jr., Jo
aenh F. Brown. James L. Brown. Wm. L.
2Sfnof Rl ges8,21C,fK)0
I'tlnS moriev. --ir5w,n' .
ar could have lot, of
who are known to. have been hurt were
moving about the tower at the time of
the explosion. I
A clue to the perpetrators of the out-j
rage is thought to have been discovered.
Just before thej explosion occurred a
man and womai, the latter carrying a
hand bag engaged acab outside the par
liamentary1 yard land drove rapidly away
giving no directions as to theirxdestina
tion. I ! i .' ',. J;-Aij--'r
They had n6t, gone very farirhen the
explosion happened. The cabman hear
ing this stopped his cahl - The man and
woman at once leaped out and hastened
quickly from the spot : The "cabman
went in pursuit! and. the runaways were
soon overtaken and arrested by the po
nee. t ' - - - . - '
7 pt m. The explosion occurred on
red white and blue streamer, The pro-
position to decorate the carnages with
flags or streamers is made for the pur-
nose oi relieving wnat would otherwise
be the funereal appearanca of the pro
w- ' 1 11 . Vi u llu if II 111 n
and cleaned up (everything that Came in The copartnership heretofore existing gerr heirs at law ijerendants. -
his way. Colouel Stone has forty nine between the undersigned, under the firm ' . j , Droccedjn.r imu"ht bv
scars on his face, hands and neck which name of Harris & Reid, was dissolved by administrator for "an'order to sell
he received in these -duels. Lexington nmtoal cnsent on this tlur 14th .lay of intestate for assets; and the
VKu.Prn: I January,! -Thi indebted to the firn
.-- t- . l ,irA lwrhv not itieU to make immediate uav- I r . . . txt-. a x.- i.;..
: . 4iwi i Kerr ami ner uusoano m. o. n,
KtZJ TThaort-'popaUr Week ly 1f
to acieitee, mecnAtuoa, von
- - umUmw rill
Bnmoar umnruea wiui spienaia "IwT,J'.f 5
pabliestion, farnisbM mort TiluabU DcyoiopOlr .
information which BO person should ta withoafc. . T D
popularity of tb Sozrano Amraioxw te aMkhs
iu eiremlatioa Brly oqnala that ef all 4b VV f
ClolM. Sold by all aowodoaWrs. MuSX CO Pb
liahors. No. 361 Broadway. . Y. j . .
'nr. th T.I Ofiet.
I and praparad mora thaa On Nun
rata In th IJaiwd u.22 JSST
'eoontri. Carata. Trad-Mar Copr
rivhta. iMlnataU, and all otbor papera
rfor aacorinc to i n ren lorat hair MWMUi .
VnlUA BUUa, v Canada 25SS2r
Gormaay and other foreica eoantriaa. praparoa
M anor "!T'ri Z.WrrBlVr
IDIormsvMm mm w jk- - - .-7", , -
Uom aani PaUata Maia4 tbroafra Mw
m uo. ara bovic m t . . . j . . t.
Tho ad ran tax of aoeB aouoo la wan wuihii "
Kl Broadway, xw s ors.
w V ' . a L a
r resident Arther i mamng prepara
tions to return to the practice of law iu X.
York, wheu his; term shall have expired.
His distinguished qualifications as a law
yer are said to be for cases - involving ri
Jan'y 22, 188?. 2w,
R. E. REID.
The United States Supreme Court has
recently decided that' Ma lunatic or per-
yu iuxeuteu wuu msauity, is admissible
as a witness if he has sufficient under
standing to apprehend the obligation of
an oath, and is capable of giving a cor
rect account of the matters which he
has seen or heard with reference to the
auestion at issue; and whether he has
that understanding is a question jto be
determined by ( the Court, upon exam
ination of the 'party himself and any
Competent witness who can epeak as to 'sufficient; t afford relief and meet the
the nature and extent of his r insanity, horrent expeisesJ!
A m mbm iturtf aflaa- m n CI 1 jatl t I mf 1 att a"f f .
ly discovered from a root extract, sn or judgment will be taken ?roeonfcBO as to
iy. - ..r..-rr-vv. , . ythm-nl this notice will lie published-in
nvi " -. . "i a u . nrmi Lnc m.m.w j iti vmcuki w.w.
n..;nlrirrignt anfl non-resi dents r . tJ .nui mr .rtwrL ni either aex. of ail a
!""! a" X "i: 'r ba tc..nu orWraUmnonly.to wort tor
i..a .1 .th .nn rmiueuu tit .- gam w ... " .
Wm. L. Brown, Margaret S.,Kerr and Wm.
8. Kerr are hereby notified 4nd summoned
to appear before this Court and answer or
demur to the petition on file in this case,
An nrJefore the 14th day of March, 1885,
The New Orleans Exposition is likely to
exerieuce a larger patronage from this
time forward. Tlie impression is very
general that the opening wp premature,
and many who intend to viaitit have de
layed the trip ou that account. The num
ber and expense of buildings have large
exceeded the calculations, and this neo
eisarily prodnced financial embarrass
ment, the limited gate fees not being
late tpeeijieior iape norm. f-;
It is pleasant to take and is not distress
ing to the patient, but is peculiarly sicken
ing an'd stupefying to the Tape Worm,
which loosens its hold of its victim and
passes away in a natural and easy manner,
entirely whole with Head, and while still
alive. -.. ?
One physician has- used this specific in
over 400 cases, without a single failure to
void worm entire. 8uces guaranteed. No
pay required - until removed with head.
Send stamp for circular and terms. .
mnrwooD a co., i
19 Park Place, New York. II
May 30, mil ly j H
them : and this notice will oe uu
the Carolina Watchman" newspaper six
weeks from tins oaie. i ins jau-
uary 10th, 1885.
J. M. HORAH, C. S. C.
of Rowan Count) .
BAY ! HAY ! HAY!
pretuU pit arof. Sebd
ua 5 cents postage.
mall yea will get A Pclt
age ot good ot Urge value.
a . . . . a ail aa w naa on
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y iiuin luonry laswr iiu .iu w
tUielruwn hoinw. rortuaes.wr anj rrr
tely atoor ed. Iwntaelay. OUUm Co
ovf ti, 'M -ly fjjW"1 Mal
i 500 Tons of No. 1 ! Valley of Virginia
Timothy Hay for sale by
j If . U. OVOlibl BVJrM
43jni. SUunton, Va.
"I Don't Feei. Like Woni..w-It makes
no .lifference what business you are engag
ed in : whether you are n preacher, a. me
chanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, jou
can't do vour work well while yon-are bal
iek. Thousnls trr to, but all fn vaiiu.
How mucii in-tter to keep vour organs in
good order by taking Parker's Tome when
yVu feel "a little out of aortS.", It woul.t
L money iu your pocket. ? J'f
-md. rejoicing-health U wyrthAslf dor-.,
an hours full ot languor and pain.
Whether iidjng.uViving of walking, al
ways turn to the right on iiieetinganoth
Liniheway. .-f ul
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