.... . i ; . i y : :. - . - ; . - - . . - , ' ( . . ,
.. tm,m: .trirtj-.,-.. ntr'- tmmm-MMMmriMiM -m f j-' .-. - - ' !-- " 1 " ' " V - J . .-- - -.y . . ..
: ' ' " - - ' '' 1 t-aas J-. ....
Ashes as a Fertiliser;
prevent absolutely, citiiens or sJtal ;Make the best
puir nations, so long as tuey au-iyouni w u viu,M
not fVar death i it is 4 C C. WVisi6n34J
- --, -r i .ji -' " ' - .Tii u . - ' -y A
.Hv'.P.. l-Aa.--.. niinn..n k
Sl M???S-P"" WiiVU-the KI P other poweri, adequi, ng the only a.kiss, if jou love God m X k CONDI
tf;GiMAT.:llth,1l8ai pealtiinewer- .Ulrl!! v?uaWc as a S1 ownership Ameriean jloif Avithin T ' j : .J;
';CCHEDUlEi ' 'rca&t&aS- ,sp,pais, New9 tt"d wier, ofarleston, 3- but some dunjination must be used the jarisaictionr the United Statesr New? CmmcH ataVidson - Tra!k
J-- .'M t ' i;aifi iAtu CI iui Q , all of i which' is equally, applicable it Jheir applicalioii My -experience We maintain u that ? American ioil CoLtEQB.:fThe Presbyterians pf Ja- . JaD6tQ im
i. if'V?0 !llouneiast 8aJShcdii:inAmen should be owned Exclusively 4 by vtdso'n College have just completed 4 j v-t ij
; " ' ' J, Vft i" ' .ThQi.WpujataUj frff-hness and. , . fa i'.frint'-of Wlori w ;!. fheniis thattliey American citizens; Perhaps oWectiou the ejrectiou of a new church edibce, Le. charlotte
ffit ro hf? U ffiffikm&t WM ra,i llcar wbWed Mmade to the billon the ground andiU have it ready fbrife with-
1 - Benewcr," r the advocates of a repeal or the Lm should, be applied anu weij iorwcu t,jt: Sfa t tendenwiM. -'wilt-' I'm Vt-clrive s ' ftw davs The buildin is said p . Pom
SaSSOK . W'r'dr tiaJlna
SL. jSSKSv - !'S li i-Mibi Joototo ntiduq , teir Bmblig lj(ri,Xiel:tb.HXS:J, " ere are not quite sire thatWSjr theiumuf 87,000: Itisbwltof bnck AHilUor...
S - 5SW" 'V t? s.SS Jl tM4lixfiBiM!-"raria' Wottoiw'aMeiiiitt.iani atiitn with itatoes.;. I planted two rows periuanenClwrD.woiiia resiiItxtl.ere- 'ItM.ttMaUeapraV.icoatiaMi!-. rH'lKSt
B'VlltB ! -. l.i-',iLkli-,J,Ljii.i..J;.,j.... J. ...I, limp.iaiiil anoUier i f-' churches.- All that remain. 0 ;ue Arr.OolJiboro
SThTESSKA .k5S I I ?Mrsyi'!'fi!ffiMS W,J : ,i V, W6rk WIUVWI-V, done now is to P ace.e.,;ew8 m ,ne
ir;'1 LlJt WllHWl- ;mir:moW,JaC:,:tom. ,H....15'W . fished
jkjlst. btationSi -r i fWEb n I jTk'. i... I . 1 . o '.SnfMifl; o- hcavi v into lil.e: .rows, where , the asUe (-.were..ai I iauor. noonquers all -Ah
4BuiiuuieJi asserted, j,Ued-were scabby, ; more so than I tS Vate do has.to
2iLA nice and clear, jln previous ina However difficult it
.liniirh and liouidate a debtof.300
truth that which, now' haugs over the church.
ings. -. .every- This new cliurcii i nas a cougn-gauuu
Arrive at Raleigl, nSt
Arrive at uoidsboro 5X0 2 11
t'i perfection 1 fluential church. Char. Obs.
may appear, lipw j ,
have a cer- 0f about 200 people to start with and Ko.51 cdnnects at Ore
inded on it hid fair to become a stroug aud m- R R for an;i.oiuts Noni.
. , . - v . ,.i s - . . . i i . o t' i . ' . ant! .
anviue. Ai.oansonrv wiii, Tf tpVUt
llpointsiiri Western N o aI.1H
lUiW&WiR.R dairy. Xofi
. - . ... "
fnnootntBottti - , :-t; . - v I Btiostn&i'irntauon, nm jvuncjpuu vi-, evervthinnr on cotton. II an iius ue wncre ine asues ttncwuuciTO ever nunossiuie it may beeiu vo oe. ui Tf Ha nfficial vnt in the last election I conneet at u
.l ..ii ,. -.-in 'fnll5", "'r J. T w r . H--f.I -i 'rt-v l4tM . --J irm -.:li.i i . . . .i i i 1 1 witu all our miirltt. oar. pffurtH will beUl.AU T.;Af ilw fifAfiair nwivorl thA.I T
;7to dit . ofcc a. 1pepa?cdreiVbv-Well Health fl3 w ie annitedc in the ;'T-
JiwiKiint.weiW merchant, f mere , is the wom of hill. j . r,,. wins fur lunnelf a name that will al- The majpnti are as fnllows: . ...
' TmlNo.8 H : V, ,, taking away fronMmalliarmers the HsAjPring I placed ms:ils.fy waysbe omm, repeated and remeui. v LeaTeGold,Wo
warM8bknwithE.T,va.oa.ltR. ..Ifjott, are; falling, trokenvjwprnont.and nortnnilrfxbbtaiuinff ! monev to in a nlace where a' large.: brush pile bered by his fellow-eitixens. . - , bte&r over airciot --r- Arrive Italekh
! - Monwowa tie wsUs. fcerta aenroui, s? WelU', IeaJj r-i Tf . ' U ttneMtioiir.lmMiV her hnd been burned leaving a heavy " ' Few; 'persons -conversant with 'he banjidew over vnanmer. ....... .iv,vo rt.
- Vm witHAit.&o. Dir. ofCcrA.KlK. . PrVlefiea of KidDevcomnlaint a Amer-I cariT:Oli'-their pmtioiW, vgimpiy -oe- been uurnen, ieaviu0 eay 1 , , f : f.iili.ivpr thair in Roberts over Lawson. ........ .21,046 Arr;.. Dura
on the Salt
-1 L l.H
A INS GOING W;
v 'Sallabary with R. Ap.R.R.jforanpoInts
rU aad ast and f or Raleljh. -
Throueh Ticket ! J"
pale at SalUbury, SUtesvlUe, Aaheyllle and the
W ; Bprlhgi toallpijnclpalctues. s - -
- : W. A. TQBK,
.'. .f .'. :.. ..'.lit . v :
rrRYHii!ULH ui u.iu V.U1U iii . v. i tv . . - ' w i : ir nriii iinrn tiiipii rii ii isni'
1 ica BocM-paibaw;is l,iquick,'cnplete cause other -! planters in dealing with cat of ashes all over the soil; which h. : p ,f mc 0v raerate Bain over Staunton. .19,885
i cure' " ' " ' 'r other merchants, are encouraged to was altervarcl well pioweu anu uar- ine4us anj attaiuuienU frequently out- "er OYer " SLV
-. ,- -; - j--';- '. V j lay too much stress on cotton. Uhar rpwedaiid laid oil in drills in wiucn J strip competitors endowed
acter will count in these transacfions, the seed was sown.
T " Iitid v I tiia winilpu itf fiirtunA nilfl fltP ITlftH (111 I
x ucici . .w..- I i H ri-. : r
n n in nn will not I A 1 WW CASK.. ,t
as the'members of the legislature hner crop, llie roots were large, nice ,5ron . vpv saya n coutenmoi-ary, a yonng man vvho
know, and declare;, and we fancy that and sniooih. ; The soil was a new -iind in favor of the disappoiul- hreks most frequently and shrilly for an
' , Greens! ro..
Arrive Higti Piont
1 . .
.15 p m
.f 5.10 '
-I 6.27 '
I p .1
the farmer of gool reputation who - black loam. Scarcely a weed made I candidate.
improvement io the character of our
m j woiien, both mentally and physically, is
No.lC, Dail :j exiSundav-LviGoWk
I i "? Ar.lUleiU tZ
Xiat CAIQB.j ; y
L. XI. CLEMKXT
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
- Attorney At
, Salisbury, N. C.
Fab. 3rd, 1881;
YEARS IN USE
Tha Grtttart Medical Triumph' of fits Aft!
. . SYMPTOMS OF A' . v,
of appetite Dowel eoatlre Paiata
the head, with a dall enaailen la tho
back part Pain Tinder the ahealder
Made Fallaeaa after eatlar with sdia
I " 1 1 - F1SI
lenus w iiwkc :.v...r.w. . w, ,,rv.-.., t , '"v-.w .v.... 7""" "f Wally a little Insignificant fellow who K n t i
and batk will find it easier to obtain the weeds were very troublesome, and tunes. Every one lias -1 wei,,,hbout one i.undred poouds, who .SlnS c u aInSr7,
money aiid supplies with agricultur as the land had never been eultiva- making himself respected, UMI hafnot sense enough of his owirto get off A. & C Air Line for all ,,onS&L
aXdeiuatuWUiauU ted they were allowed to mature their $0'r thwack when the fears are coming LetV &SPo- SfeSSi
l.im f fhi rnvenience bicaiise oth- seed. -V - - ,iw,c M1A'nrl: ilmt win have uo more of such nonsense. 1 he girls and wilIi & & C Air-Line for .ilJSti
a. cm -w - - i Li aci uii i t a.aa wuv aeaaw w
ers make ill use ot itj, It were al- A good top dressing ot unleacncti
most as reasonable! to prohibit the ash es U especially valuable for onions
-BLACKMER k HENDERSON
' , ajtd SoUeltors.y
y isbury, N. C. . f l
iaH. df 79 tf. '''
i m . .1. ;
J.M.M0C0RKLE. . - T.r.KLUTTZ.1
HcCORKLE & JiLUTTZ,
i -XTTORNijyS and COUNSELORS
'M, Salisbubt, N. C.I . -7. ',
' Office on Council Street, opposite the
' doairt House. ' ; . . " - :- . -
y- 37:tf - - A : : -
8SS83iZt$ coii4tfuctiori of raihvays because drnn- if not applied too quick; but to some
iSSmvSii lu iueuand1diots,t times, resort tender vegetables they do more harm It is worth
with to them as a simple tand inexpensive than good when used as a top dress
I meau ofcommiuinglsclfrultirileiv ing, They are especially good for
Facts for Farmers.
Heart, Dots before the eyea, Headache
oxer the right eye Reatleeaneeo. with
fltfal dreams. Hi taiy coiorea unno
i - n'irTT'8 pfULS are esDecially adapted
to such eases one dose effects such a
chancre of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. '
-4-JThT Increase the Ampetltend cause the
body to Take on Tleh, thus tbe system W
SioorUhetl, end by tbalrTonie Action on
tas UlarestiTS Oncans.ltecuiar 8 tools sre
meeiIiC ' WBrmf niMiijij
c- Gbxt Hats or Whiskers changed to a
GtossT BiJCK br-a- eiagle application or
this dtx. it Imparts a natural color, acta "
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of
Office. 44 Murray St., Now York.
V-'.f. . i t u -hit jt 1m - -
TW thri nnint of it all is thi loosening a sun son, ou w men meir
"Make bread anil meat firsthand cot- efiect will be apparent for a long
ton last !w This maxinMvas formula- ami iu u.e y.cou..., x uul
led by the News and Courier for the! know oi anyimng more vaiuau.c.
1 ,-i i ...in :
benefit of the planters of the StateM e saving oi a,, ... w ua.-
man wears ao, ai d every year that id even ai u.e expense oi uaiiu.ng
rf .. o -
while for all farmers every
I i i i ii -L l- ' : v. i
lress- I wnere to remeraoer mat inoruugu cul
ture is better tnan tnree mortgages on
aud women of to-tdiiy are a great deal too
giMjd for the deserts -of the average man.
Wlien you hear a man growling about the
j deiireeiatin of the gcutle sex, set him
' I . ! ....
Uotvn an luior. i . -
N. W. N.C. RAILROAD," !
The New York World, referring to. Ar. Kernersviile
That an otEensire war against, weeds
five times less expensive. than a defen- rant s fa
i lutiiX n llJ uiu a outs ujvuu1v
m .I a year can be considered poor. There f -rr
npttpr than al i mi n l i a L.eave oal
citizens in this country who would con-
That good fences pay
lawsuit with neighbors.
1 1 o0 p ru;
12 oii "
t x. blin,
; 7 25m
8 0-') ''
a- - ; : . v
Ami Its nnparnllellcd abuses, are fally and
'treely discussed in a neat ,S3 pagei Iwmk,
Biailelwj to any address, by! lllood Balm
CuM AlIaBtn, Ga. i "
Drn a rvitl frr it k pvnrv man nnd
wbmtrt need it Ud will be ileiiaftted with
Jti Valuable ami entirely newtreTclAtions.
Bometinies shake aX-Nation'of people and r
arouse tliem to paction. Exprt'tsions smu
lar to the following, from a well known
Druggistm Atlanta, pour in prom sectioyin
Vomvini sa ,
where 11. B.
'fit. 1 ... i.i'.'. i
r It it onr firm
)us been, used
Atlanta, June 12, 1884.
belief tlict B: B B. fa th
test Bleiod Puritier on the Jiiarket. Wt
. - 'lUra Bj.llirir Vit nr ?r Imlt ls of it tit DiNl-
Ji.- TT-'X. W
Jjrany other prcparatufn of t he; kind. , Ils44
baa failed in no instance to give entire sat
Isfaction. Merit ittthe secict;
. W. P. SMITH & CO!, Druggist;
. j Thii j the only blood medicine knowr.
hat comiMncsjmoc action, pertain effect,
Cheap price and unbounded satisfaction.
t" . -4:TSs the Tia f th trtntlnt. MmTtvrelsl
traveler ami .new settler; Uos tetter's Btom
, ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted since it
strengthens the digestire organs, and
braces the physical energies to unhealtb
, ful influences, it removes and prevens.
malarial fever, coustipation, dyspepsiaJ
healthfully stimulates the kidneys- ai
' bladder, and enriches as well as porifiel
the blood. When . overcome by fatigue,
whether mental or physical, the
SVS a 4" i . a f m t S-rfc
tnatono smsie uottie oi is. u. is. win u
Muid debilitated find it a reliable source
I renewed strength and comfort. For sale
I by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
- ranch work in curing Blood Poison..
8kln Affections, Scrofula, Kidney TVoubles,
c Catarrh ann Ithumatism ns $u bottJes ol
luiy other preparation on eaiih.
'""A ?One flttv-ycnr-old chronic ulcer cured :
. ocroiuiam iniKiren cureu wun one t ottie. p
It never falls. We'huld-liomeiprool in book
.form, rtiend lor it. Large bottle $1.00, six
for $5,60. " i ' . )'' ' '
. ' fpreed; on ..receipt .of xpricc.f joui
f.r Drugghitjran't supply ypn. address
'4iiiVBL00D BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
vi:?-S7'--.:; -H f 7. -
'UES, KATE 1IEDERHACH,
s -Vlapleaietl to announce athe ladies ot
y A'Salisbary and surrounding Icountrv, that
- Vslio ha opened aMILLINEltY STORE in.
; , CrwforUnewbuiIding on' Main Street;
;JawS-tl;room lorpicrly ; iH cnpied L
; -iV Blackmer & Tavlor as a Hardware House.
tj .-cie.,is, nrjmixfti m mi uruera anti respect-
' full tiivitW lailiott uii.l '. :........ i
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
- ttrwl Sfff
Ito Hor.s will die of ; Colic. Ttorn or Luxe Fa
vsb. If Foutz" rowilers are terl In Ume. .
Fontx'sJ "owflcrp will en re and preront Moo Cbolkka.
f g Komz' T'owlrr will prevent Gaprhk Fowls.
Fontzs Powder will fnrrene the tjniiriiitT of Biilk
nl rrenm twenty per cent, and make the butter firm
and sweet. j-
Fount Powders will enre or prevent almost kvxby
Dim" to wUrrh Moroen and attla are rmhject.
Fotrrz's Powukrs will oivk (taTisrACTtov. ,
h Sold everywhere. ; .
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor.
' , ' ' r - "' ' -
! Ci fu,1it ,l?v,fe8 Udicl to cn wdinspecl hei 1
r tock. Can supply: on slnirt notice am
f- -..-iJ:i;rlc not in': tore, - Beliejves her work I
will net onl i'i vh aatiafttrt inn lnt nl
Wv Will jlill ordera promptly and ntcharjr.es
-. .:,?WSJWej!f ivib ( jiimiuic , 4UMCIII UIO. SI Sm IV I
Inp; on any kind material for: Brnidin.'
, and embroidery, also 4reer hand drawin
s for Mottos, Hat bands t Handkercluels- &cc
- .nii Mte, piaui to eiauoraie.
' vf!Mr.27:tf. trHtMf .
T- An eminent German scientist h at ro4nf .
. fy discovered from a rootkxtract, an Mm-:
. .: ,v:if jwii(jr.vaaD YY'orn). f-- I
; i It ! pleasant to take and s not distress
, . Jntf to the patient but is necutiarly Mi-fern-!
4. in .and stupefying to the Tuje w)rm.
v : which lvsens Its hold of it rirtim ln,i
rla8 Wfty in a natural iind ensv inuiner.
f - ; 't: ..eniireiy wiioie, wjiu nen, una while jstilt'
f , One physician has used this spec ific in I
I -j over 400 case; without Ji; sinii le failure to
7", V' .,;ir1d.worm entire. Success suarantcci No
I V- ; iA PT required Juatil removed ' with keadfli
j : ' v Bend 'stairorrcolar anrj terms. V 1
. .-. " ' : f" ? 1 0 Da .1. or..ii V. W.lL-
J r;,ij (; t ,if.,.. ',j.. I .
HOW 7?:E .TfB& T(? 8USi
CCniBEFOR THE CAROLIHP
vftiuHnai. si. so.
Are you failing try Wxtu He altb -
,xew3 ft pure, dean, wholesome
Vao 1SofaVaoos SlwMMOuaV Tin "
Lunsa An Cnpqnaied Inrigorant. Cores
Headache, Fever, Ague, Chills, '
DEBILITY & WEAKNESS.
1 Nice to take, true merit, unequaled for
TORPID - LIVERanNlght
1.00 per bot, e for S5.00.at Druggists.
E. SiwiM-s, Jersey City, N. iTk A.
RemarSable Cares of Catarrh of iha
liiaaoer, mnammation. Irritation of Kid
neys and Bladder, Stone or Gravel Dis
eases of tb6 Prostate Gland. Propsjeal
SweUmirs, Female Diseases Incontin
ence of Urine, all Diseases of the Genito
urinary Organs la either sexi For Ua
bealthyor unnatural Discharges--rose
also "ChjpLTs Tn jection Fleur." each $1.
eor-bif hh.I-S i t contracted or
hereditary taJnt, uro Ciia pin's Coostltu-
uou t.iiser Hyrup, 5 1 .iw per nouia, ana
Chapin's Syphilitic rills. $2.00; andCha-
tin's SypluHtic Cahr-4 $1.00. bottles
yron, 2 of Kim, 1 Salve, by Express on
E. 8. Jerriey City, N. J.. U. 8. A
passes slrengthcns our coiifi .ence in
ks wisttom. . . : j
It is liardly loo much to say that
the prosperity of the farmers of the,
otatc-prosirity iiieastiretl by the
money that remains to them wheij
they have paid the expenses and obj
ligations of the year is ineasiirwl by
the crop of breadstuff and forage
The greater, the yield of corn, oats.
wheal, rye anil bar!ey.H potatoes ant
sugar cane, the more money tl.e farm
er has; There are variations a ltd dif
ferences, hut. as a rule, it lis incontr.
vertiblv true that the farmers who
think first uf bread and; meat foi
tliLms3lves ami their families anu
food for their animals, are the farm
ers who j live in comfort, and whose
cr dit is high because they j are out of
debt when the end ol the season
conies, j.v.- .
1 It is not difficult to ' explain this.
Bread and meat for the farmer aiu
his family ami food f.ir his stock
must be hud, whetiitr the cotton crot
fail or not, and whether cotton is low
or high. The planter who pitches
a crop of cotton without tefeience to
bread .and meat, and Hods that his
fiue expectations dwindle to the vaii7
ishing poiht by reason of drought or
floods or rust, or aniy otler of the ills
to which cotton is heir, has no choice
but to keep ou buying corn ami bacon.
The apyetites of his family mid of his
horses and mules and oxen cannot be
reduced eiu any ,proMrtion - to the
diminution in yield of cotton. Aitd
so it is wlwn the price of cotton is
unusually Uw. The bread aud meal
- . ! . S" " nrf
must be naul tor air tue same, me
need ;f . the farmer, as regards food
for his family and the auimats he em
ploys is a fixed iyiailtity which caii
uot be chancretl wheu seasons are bad
or the prices" down. 1
Tim dema uds upon Inm are about
the same when corn is high and cut-
ton is low as v ien cotton is high and
torn is low. Is it uot, therefore, the
a'rt of wisdom, the part of common
sense -which, after all, is the rarest
sort of seuse toilrovide ! first the in
dispeusable things, bread and meat?
These secured the platitcr can safely
turn his attention'to cotton as a suppler
meniaryicniii lonrnisii inm me iux
tir1cs6f life", and suchS necessaries as
are beyond tho lines of that which is
a' place -for the purpose of storing
in Summer than purchased in Winter,
That more stock perish from famine
hem. But to obtain the most proh- than founder.
table results they should be thorough- That scrimping the feed of fattening
y worked into Jt he soil, especial ly in 4 hogs is a waste of grain.
the garden, and should not be applied fhat educating cnudren properly is
o root crops. Finally, it should be "V"" A A ,
borne in mind that their effects are ,
Thai one eveninjr spent at home in
hard pan soil than on a blaeksaudy, study is more profitable than ten in
The Public Lands.
Shall They be Gobbled up by Foreign
by ridicules f
lounging about saloons and taverns.
That it is to your interest to subscribe
for a sound, intelligent paper, and keep
posted with the work and progress of
R Goisg JSTORTn t
s county costs ninety cents a Lenve Upier8iix..Tr(..... j 12.05 pa
during its session $54 an Arrive Chapel Hill 2.25 p t
WASHiNXifaN,- Jan 21. - Repre- R B q
punai w.u..w yM - University, some time ago wrote to the
amis lias prepared a report on the New York Journal of Commerce rela
m11 to prohibit.aliens and loreigners :v f thA rtotfnn Dim. Tf. spoma f.Visif
Smyth published a book in J 794 in which
he gave an account of a "Tour" in the
i . a
Irom acquiring or owmngHands witn
sl. 1 1 ttitnil Vrlfic? ivlimll iltA fr IYi
Uf UliliCU wjuiltrj n in uiv vyur ftp fTAV4
tnittee has reporteil to t he House with South. He mentioned the use of a cot-
the rccomracndatioil that it shall pass, ton gin iu 1175. Mr. Munn wrote toMr.
Mr. Oatcs says : Battle that he hadf seen a hand gin in
Your committee have ascertained use by our ancestors. He said:
with reasonable cert uinty, that certain "In 1864 I had the pleasure of 'work
uoblemen of Europe, principally En- ing it.. It consisted of two upright
glisli, have acquired oind now owirin pieces about a fodt apart, fastened-tc-
Segregate, about twenty-one million gether at the top and bottom by cross
nl!rM r hind inilie United States: pieces. Near the top were two rollers
Wo l. mvp not .iffwMP.it iiif.irmiiti.m to placed horizontally. Ihe lower one had
tate the quantity owned by unentitled a wincn ipanaps ootn naa, i ao not re-
aliens, nor is it so important, as it is "u";- wmcii
L,.ii.. 1...1.1 iw.,i;rto 'vun the cotton was passed, were tcxrclose to
pennii mature or nam seea io pass De-
indispensable of Jife and health. If
the cot toil turns out well, he has his
breadiaud meat secure, and so are his
f profits the greater.1 If it turns out ill,
i-li? prices are: low, ne win nave no
reason ,t sti nt.his fam i ly or h is d u m I
auinials, and will have.no occasion to
go in (ebt for bread and. meat, i The
fartners of S mth Carolina, we are
cimhftinieeHiis ant! understand
it for themselves. Bread aud meat
fii'st, and cotton last
.i lie ii twuirnttiiliMit fivviim'ili ii will. in flip I
-.. . i i.i ii i tween themi but the soft, 'faulty seed
course o time, lead to landlord. am, in, woul(1 g0 through. It required one per
compatible with the best interests and Crt rt7nrT1 anA nnnfW if Tf
free institutions of the United btates. would pick about as much as four on
The foundation for such a system is nprsnns bv hand. Them was a alnt
uei ng iuiu iu ihu laivi ii wo auu i siae pieces to raise or lower tne lower
Teriitories. A considerable nuinber)rolier. Turning the handle was not
of iiumiin-ants are annually arriving in very funnyJ
this country, to become tenantsyand Mr. Battle thinks the hand gin refer-
herdsmen ou the vast possessions ot red to- by Mr. Munn is the same of which
these ioreiini lords, under contracts Smyth, wrote in 1784. He savs:
m.ide :iiul entered into before thev sail "I think the machine described by
for our shores. T4ie avarice and cn- Mr. Munn, who lives among the High-
.i iiriPl of Ruronean canitalists have land beotcU, wHo as a rule Own and re-
I 1 "I - 11 lL. - 1 -I .
.i.iUn, t ;..vt ..mnnv m 1 nn sme on tne same ianas ior generanons.
h, Am.iican .a.lroad an.l ld boml, - """-' rl l
coveriue. i.ei-liaus. sauilry millions U Vy. u., i
..... . i nnnAcr.irni. rriRnp -nia Prtrriw mn na
acres, the ureater part ot which, un- "V ICI ZT'IT Vi JT
der lorcclpsure sales will most likely, gouth here - ahead Some one
before many years, become the prop- nnu f wr:t nri
firm f li Aim i n von f ivr o
erty of 'these foreign bondholders in that have been stolen by others. Sev
additiou to t hi ir present princely pos- erai very important inventions have been
sessions. It is thus u.anitest that if made by Southern men and now it is a
the present large alieti owuership is tradition in the family perhaps, whilst
an cviliof which we have no doult, the credit is, given to some Northern man
the probabilities of' the near future who was quick to catch the idea, a$ Ful
still more imperatively demand legis- ton was of the steamboat and Morse of
lalion for its prevention. This aggres- the telegraph. The Gatling gun is a
sioti of foieign capitalists is not con- North Carolina invention. ( So is the
fined to the lands it has purchased, type-setter, we think. There are oth
but overleaping its boundaries has ers of note. The Coifs revolving pistol
caused hundreds of milesof public do- not the first ; A New Berne mven
main io be fenced up for the feed of tor was first in the field. We forget
ul utrus ui i;iMt, - "nu
ance the right ,of houest but humble
..I ' 1 1 . . . .v. Ity. x r t I, a
seiners, xnc uunvj t.iv . , . . . .
- v - i . nnnn. nniii. r- Imvniflr imiiiiriiilv oiv
ment 'heretofore toward aliens has been v AAA.
characterizetl by great liberality, and fn ine wrges
thrdimreTt fStt of the Union, each the pyt twelve vears. In recog-
ine uinereut oiaics , w f ic j,,.,. Vauce,
acting for i sel have gone evening of la8t ueck, in
IRaleigh Clirnicle : Two accurate SyVunrlitv!."."
lawyers who have made a calculation
Wiich shows that the Superior fCourt
hur to the State, the county and
the people. Upon this suggestion they
very pertinently ask whether petty
larceny ought not to be a matter for
tlie determination of a lower and less
ccjstly court, j
The Local Newspaper An ex
change savs: "When you hear a man
sneering at the local papers because
they are not as big, .cheap and newsy
as other naners. vou can safely bet
a w ,-. m
that he does uot squander his wealth
in assisting to make them better, and
generally the papers have done more
for Ii i m than he has tor them; llie
man who cannot see the benefit aris-
ijig to a' town from the newspapers
hasn't the sense of an oyster aud Ire
is about as much value to a town as a
delinquent tax list."
j 10.20 1 1
A Household Article Jor CsIvrm
MOIIDAY, FEB. 2D, 1835!
Charlotte Observer: Catawba is the
ther tiiHin the idea of llie desirability
Lof araiiid increase of population and
wealth and by meir icgisiauoii nave
conferred upon aliens rights far be
yond those enjoyed by treaty. stipula
tion the common law or the law of
nations, i Tlie bi 1 here wit li rcportea
pniM.8e, as part of tlie foreign policy
j Pursuant to an order of Rowan Superior
Court, on Monday, the 2nd day of Febru
ary 1883, at the Court House in. Salisbury,
will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, tho lands of the late John Bringle,
'j The biddings for the 49 nerc tract will
open at $813.50, and lor the 12 acre tract
at $85.80. The 49 acre, tract lies riiht
along tho new Concord road, - one and a
half miles from town, and lias on it a
dwelling house and barn and a good well
of water and would be cheap property at
) TERMS: One third cash and the bal
ance on nine months time with-8 per cent,
interest from date.
1 JOHN. A. BOYDEN, Adm'r.
1 - of John Bringle,
$aHsbury, Dec. 81st, '84 12;4t.
"WE ASK ALL"
Interested in Hides, Furs, Wool, Roots,
feathers, Beeswax, Butter, Cheese, Eggs,
Dried Fruit, Poultry, Hay and Produee
generally to send for our Price Currents.
Prompt returns on all Consignments.
Trial Shipments Solicited.
R. L WILLIAMS & CO.
' Gesebal Commission Merchants,
i Office, 169, William St, New York.
VJ Contagious Disease.
.u. gi.i. .... it rr.l'v 1 ScuwlM
ncverbeen known to spread whw
lasu. ivuun . ' -' ...... " - .
black vomit liad taken plat If !"
cases of DiDhtheria VrelJ to it: -j J-
Fevered and SlcU rcr-;
sons rcircsnea ana . . ..'
Bed Sores prevent- riTIT5Gi
ed by bathing with pox PBETKttfci
Darby Fluid. ; ! AmcBbetofif
Impure Air made WJJ o
harmless at.d purified. srnaU-po. U
For Sore Throat it is a jyj r put
sure cure. . not ddiw,
Contaeion destroyed. fva
For Fronted ,Fet, ,i.ti,ZatmiW
Chilblains, Piles, Zbiw
Chaflhgs, etc. - Ihadit'.-J '
Kiirnmaiism curca. .Jsso,J'ler
r3iL muw i,uuipit
Ions secured by iu use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purlfythe llreath.
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed. '
Catart-h relieved and
Scars breventeJ. 5
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured. . .
. Aa Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
- Stings, etc.
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever -With de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable toHhe siefc
room. Wm. F, Sand-
voao, Eyrie, AU.
ilra DflT'I w
v . ;.t;
IB -"7 Ji
Scarlet Fever iSffy
CloTer M & Jersey Cows !
; Fresh Grade Jersey Milch Cows for sale
at my Stock farm 12 miles West of Salis
bury. Very nice cloan Clover seed, also
for sale at my farm and at Enniss Drug
Store, Salisbury, Richmond prices.
i A5K',Y0Un DRUGGIST for Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge and if he fails to supply
you, address the proprietor, David E. Foutz,
Baltimore, Md. i
of this country, to owrate ouy pro-uo srciirity in promises .acu cams.
iH-rlv, and thtrerort not uarsmy, toomcr, ;.
the hall of the House 'of Ilepresenta
tives, presented her representatives
with a beautiful silver flag.
Truth is the bond of union "and the
basis of : hn man hapiness. .Without
this virtue there Is no reliance on lan-
i mm a s 1 ' 1 ' mm
ffU32e. no COllfiilcnce in Irienaship, ITmV U I Waiore money rlgbt awuy than
r mj m - W9 m m w m hi .- m mmt mv aais Mmmmm a mni
Send six cents postage, and
receive free, a costly box of
ooos wuicn win ueip you to
ceed from first hour. Ihe bread road to fortnnn
i upt-ns ociore toe woreers, ami is aiwoiuieiy sure.
- ai umre auar?ss, inxz i o.,.Aususia, .name,
1'anderbilt University. ,Tm
I testify to the niostexi client P
Darby. PVophy lactk AZtt,
superior to any prepar..n f -.j,
quamted-N. T. .Lt-Tos,
Darbys Flujd is lG,
Hon. Alsxanoek 1. !f-ns
Rev. Chas. F. DtBMS, r!.
tranven, N. Y.; . ,
strangers, w-.- , , . r rf'
lev. A. F. Battle, I'n.r.HtfiV
. ACT, W . S i r r
rsnisPENSinLK to EE'Lar
w.-.i t.j.-., i: ibw-t'
i cpct-j y uar Jin
llv fr Man or;
w- . i .K..mlrrT
jne riuia na? q' :idsrrej-
V.nvi. hK!.-,n rvdvme t 1 usrH
i. i j , f;:'!rrTnform
. . T ..1.1 c-ni 10 tBC
ThR VallRv Mataal
. j '. nil. --:
-HOME OFFK-K. st.Kl tA
The Cheapest. Safest, aBrio0i
surance nowoffered tlie puo"-
ley Mutual, which ei
p licy at ah actuiil av
,, u t,hi.h enables j ou to c'
n i iir a t ah actual average coi
For furtUer Informatwii, oaii tii
soiui'-o ,f to rit"
ri we?k at h".int: .
ii II n I.KTT ilv-' -t
or old, caa uik'
n-it h ,id iinrt ce
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And all Bilious
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