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fT barlotte; N. C.
V great benefit to myself
W r. i; Wauisg,
; Member N t Ugiiature.
. CnAntoTNE, N. C. ,
mVtn iihe value f jour
.;! rprnmmend it to any one
(4MCTJ n)epSia indrgestfion and a
fpidcpnf Z D. A. JENKINS,
C. Stale l-asurer.
. if j H McAden and T 0 Smith &
IflTTT Wgcst stock of SELECT VARI-i
III -.r,., f VPW nnif rPKUlUUfiri
aXDS, suited- to everjf type to choose
fan. Qua"'' guaranteed, an. prices
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.l-iHmi eer. rncc iism
R ItAGLANIX Hyco, Va
liffT-- 1 qflie Four Seasous. McClare st Birmingham. 1 f
Tle Four Seasons.
Id the summer eck maid's fnrj
Lightly; tarn a to thonghu of love,
AndUe stadies o'er how can she
Giro the ice cream trade a shove.
,; ; .... -War$ate Wtujt.
In the nntumn each maid's fancy
Lightly turns to thoughts of love,
And she studies o'er how can she
Be some fellow's "duck" or "dove.'.
In, the ttibter each maidV fancy
Turnsto thonghts of wealtli and lote, 1
Alid she stldies o'er how'can she , ,v l
Marry rich and "step above." i
In the spring eaeh mnid's fancy
Tm as to thoughts of Easter bonnet,
And she studies o'er how can she
Reconcile her pa upon ib :
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The JlaJitlUwarcct 6 Alabama.
Birmlnshanv Ala., Jan. 29. Edi
tor McCIore aad party arrived at
midnight last nigbi. Today he tras
escarted to the big furnaces and the
wonderful coal and iron tbines, by
Mayor Lane ami other prosafaient ci
tizens. He said he did not ee how
any protection from the government
to the mineral regiou of Aiama
could equal the prottction given it uy
the Almighty, j He said our Eepre
sentatives in Congress should earn
estly endeavor to secure an appropria
tion for opening the Warrior. river,
and 4hea A lahania could run England
out of the market. Hev said many
insignificant creeks in theKorth and
West often got appropriations large
enough for the j opening of the War
rior river to snlendid navi&ration. He
What He Thinfo of Mr. Cleveland and
-j "j His Course.
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 27. Colonel
t....i.J At A limn v. hns returned from
a vUit to! ex-Governor Horatio Sey- spoke in O'Brien's opera house to-
finrl in art interview tells a ve- fm?ht to a Iarire audience. Jie was
ium s " a i
ry interesting story of the oUrDemo- rouudly cheered for his .bright' prophe-.
nraiio fi:ffr'a estimate of the President ! .irZ t:-.: i..,
cTrnF.lt KEIt and TEMSib
I K (FARM WAGONS.
ScjiiC WATEKTOWN & CXCINXATI
ages & Spring Wagons.
; f ickkord iicffmn-
ain and, Guano Drills. :
as miY BAKES
ITtAVESY's Ricfing and Walking
ij THOMAS' HAUKOWS,
r&ph Straw uutters,
i recy and Dixie l'LUvs,
Eneines and Boilers,
Wf AND GRIST HILLS,
is illatuttcadlBoi l r Flit l ngS n,
iitols. Shells, Cartridges, AVajls .and. Caps.
oliT and Sliqr, uynamite rjuse ami i n-ier-Axes.
Shovels and Snak-s, Building
liriware,PHins, Oils and Varnishes,
HUM-RAISED GLOVER SEED.
ind rrerrtttnFfelse usually kapt in rirsi ciass
crat ic leader's estimate of the President
elect; M -
'"WjjiatiT Co. Dtinlap was asked,
"is his general idea of the President
elect." , ;
"He looks upon Mr. Cleveland as
a big brainy man, conservative ih his
opinion's and likely to be found equal
to an emergency. If care and dis
cretion be exercised in the important
point oselecting his cabinet, his ad
ministration will be not only a suc
cessful but a brilliant one, Mr. Sey-
) mour. nowever, iears mat iuu mucu
Birmingham s great
A Dlsf listed Solon.
Stock Dying by Ike Thousand, and
Many rertoni frozen w caw.
Portland, Oregon, Jan. 19. Da-
riny the bast six weekt Heavy anow
storms have prevailed Ihrought aast
ern Ajregon mm n ,
and the loss of live stock -is ; reported
as very heavy. Cattle ad horses
Ierishetl by the thousanas irom expo-
Tz&bible news comes over the Wires
ol a society in New York city called the
Knights of Hassan-Ben-Sabbah-Ele
Howalri.. The society gets its name
from a. sanguinary Mahometan sect
which flourished in Syria in the ninth
century. An "Old Man of the Moun
tain," commands the order. It has a
death's head and cross bones for its sign,
and a quotation in. sanguinary French,
en re and want of. food. The loss of I from Charlotte Cordav. for it mnffn
sheep and hogs, however, is reported Ite objects are death, dynamite ven-
mncu greater. "7A geance, and O'Donovan Rossa and his
f?lKr ? t." luax cofleaguea e aimPly; bUtherslritea ata.
o..i i,.co la nrkmrviriitivelv'liirht. I tioned on the outside to make a noise
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The total money value "to the stock and draw attention from the real per
raisers is difficult to' estimate. The formers.
latest reports from the settled regions 1 Shades of the K. K. K., have ye ma-
east of Uascages are tpai argo nura- ferial in Manhattan?
bers of . persons were j trozeo to ueain
duruirthe.-Jateiuk.prv TiME.-WniIe a protract
,TSr of persons, during the meeUnasinghelHin Ga
continuance of the storm, are kuown a number of ministers stopped with
to have wandered off. and perished. Mrs. J. W. Davis, and she was sorely
Most of the bodies of such persons perplexed as to the means of getting
have been recovered since the snow something good for them to eat She
disappeared. Very recent inquiries had tried in vain to get a ham in the
relatives and friends disclose
the fact that
gtjjj JliCfcCC till AlAYlllg UCCii CUUOUU1CU Uj
"thefr vhe?eaboauts8are the large crowd in attendance and but
small chicken could be found.
inknnwn. There can be no doubt as
to the fate of the missing persons. While she was busy in the kitchen pre-
The precise number of persons perish- paring the chicken, and wondering how
ing will probably never be known, she could provide for her guests, a covey
but it is large. of partridges flew into the dining room.
The doors were closed, a number of the
birds caught, and the ministers fared
An Alabama Stay ttixw.
T. C. Green, Republican member-
elect from Mitchell county to the
Ca(a T nratolafnra tvsnt'ln T?-l lolir'l at
the openiU of the General Assembly, N1 iIah rA.ff sumptuously
tin1in IhA: m OIlfOfiAn TOT llTftQ HI I I v M m m
m. ,M.; B. .w--.... - fl;fin;ilf.iv from Montomerv. Ala.. London, Jan. Z7.-The i tmes con-
Democratic faith and principles to 0f jau 28, says:! ''In the Legislature tinues its onslaught on Parnell, with a
be overwhelmingly m the ascendancy, wljlv a cironir bill was presented, stincinc artilce. in which it savs: "Par-
will be! expected of the President at thought there was not much chance entitled For the! reljef of the people nelFs studied silence regarding the dyna
the outset af his oftic'al term, aud riir i.- tn riin tne machine " so he nf Alabama.' It sets forth that by mua nn lla f m;nA nffomf
some disapointmeiit .may be express- ; ,ig jo reason of the hard crops, the greacfi- to ignore Mr. Forster's indictment of the
ed from the impossibility of making . . - ts. nancial pressure m the State, etc., rru.
radicalrchanges immediately.' It will varnvn.g..; .wu- leaving the poor debbr to the tender V"ro"
take time to assimilate the entire ex- stituency that he could not do any- merces
of his more fortunate credi- the Insn agitators that thir pres-
ecutive force of the country! to the thing with but thirteen negroes, six tors, without hope of relief without ent policy of murder and silence will
views hnil designs of the new regime. reveue officers and ten Republicans legislative aid, and . not pay. They will never succeed in
This, however, will be facilitated by alwt ninety-firie of the best look- Whereas, this deplorable condition coercing the House of commons into
the investigations which must be - . renders it impossible for a large part tt0wntW a naked resolution bv means
made into- the do llffS of KePubllCail 'g UIUSl- "ne'i'geui, cm.u. - . - , . . o - .
Re it enacted. That it shall not be
he did not tarry there even long iflwf.,l for anv iudeeof any State court
officials' who? have held power so long.
"Irregularities of every nature may
be expected to be found in every
branch dfthe public service, and no
When1 the books
they must be, sncl
may be found will be punished by the
removal of the wrong doers. The pub
lic", remarked Mr. Seymour, must be
made to realize that we nave a clean
goveriinieut. Jn harmony with this
enmicrh to nrove his attendance, but to render any judgment or decree in La60 ;n varions forms i guperindnced by
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us removing the
flmnrpltor or slieritl violatimr the first
section, said penalty to the person STANDS AT THE HEAD!
.1.4 . M.i nnv civil cases ior less mail iwcuiv cue exisience oi worms
i inn iu i to iinssimv m:iv rni iirii uihiiil l "vj . - - .
has run rampant. . 1 . v J V . . Liliniiaand dollars in two vears. adults. Shnne's muian
are o verba uldas the last ot 1? ebruary to sec Uow things . 2 d 3 fi tweuty thou- tle8tro Rnd "J ,them' Ul
. r... ,i:-'- k ihjl ' . i. J. canse. savins, both life an
i .wiuiiK uuiiie us are guinK.--uitMH km. snmi dollar ueiiaitv'lor any luuse. i ' -. .
Increase of Crime.
in crimes of violence
th oivil laws must be duf,nS t,,e vear Jt closed is. very
marked. Uairly complete returns
'ii.itiiMiui fmnicnint. HrnrH.--l have on liana
hwittiUAlof less money man taey Have ever TCSPectea. It IS JUr. oeymour S opill
Ul CMITUnTAI . ho" tnat an opportunity is now open nave ueen compuea snowing o,o
, Mid In tbls country
The Fool Killer in China.
" The famous Chinese sovereign Je
Pot constructed a bridge in the envi-
Qr FOR CASH or OH TIME.
jkt all classes of purchasers, we have made
to the Democratic party to identify murBers in the United States in 1884, rons of Pekin, and ordained that it
itself closely with the future ot this nyn:nei, i 401 : iqqo Of nuiridrs should be reserved for the exclusive
country4todirecntsdestinies,aiidto t- 1884, Compared f 'Pengers who, b -way ;of toll
carry on the government in accord- J, , "y should cast a uumber ot teals luto the
with the traditions ot its great l"e i-rcMuutar. x .c - stream beneath.
bcr of execut ions have been 111 I was 110 letter or, more convenient
anainst 105 in 1883. a very small in- than any one of the other hundred
crease when the number of capital and odd bridges of Pekin, but many
1 1 1 t .1 rich mandarins, from sheer love of
crimes have been so large. But this nu !.. ,-.'. . .-i .wi
is accounted for in some degree when
leaders, Thomas Jefferson and, An
drew Jackson." 1
Washington, January 29. The
House Committee on claims decided
to-day by a vote of 9 to 4 to report a
. 1 A 1 . . 1 ' Ii Ot
bill proviaiiig ior me reiunuing 01
the tax imposed by the government
on Stales and Territories as a war tax,
it is known that 219 culprits have
met mob violence during this year,
against 91 Jn 1883. Hanging was
the eeneral form assumed by three
s5ments to sen thew celebrated wagons cith- aud releasing those States- which yet volent act?, only 25 of this
$ tpit uhnso aiu wao need Wagons ' owe ' t lie tax. The following tiible being shot. 157 of the victi
ostentation, did not fail to use it and
pay toll to the river.
Their names were carefully noted
liv an nltspnuious attendant, and at
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the end of a month their estates were
confiscated id accordance with the
"He who makes
Merallftnd scWs soon. ' '
"Jons A. KOYDEN, Agent,
I . I ml.itnB III a ill I gna -I tl ta I1DCA
the amounts due the Uuited States n,mw' v
while two women were nung
I unuunl rf'fmftirMHS
tins numuer r..f- 1. r i.: r....A ;a nnf wnr.
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thy to possess it." Paris Fxrago.
J. O. WHITE;
HE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
m erstgned is preparett to do all kinds of re
am d released under this bill : Impos-
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ed, Aiauama,5!ozy,oio, uue ou,o;
Florida, 37,523, due $33,993 ; Geor
gia, $584,367, due 8512,960; Missis
sippi; S413.085, due $388,342: North
Carolina, 576,1 94, due S19U,UUU;
Tennessee, $669,498, due $28,176;
poles out in Colorado.
He Stuck to His Tent. On a
certain street in Denver is a stone
mansion of surpassing elegance, which
with its ground, cost nearly one mil
lion. Directly opposite, on a vacant
Virginia, $729,071 : South Caroliua,
J5 Muds ot wau-ift.8, clocks, e., and at $363,571.
J!tTiyl radlrfiii Theleommittee was, yeas, Dockery, pt, is a tent, boarded up inside as far
Price, an Ay Istine, Iman, llrown, as the angIe of the roof . The back
oi rennsyivania iwiyiiewiiaui, vuu
iltre, fSnyder ant El wood. Nays,
Warner, Love, Dowd and McMillan.
ilt. L. B..OWN.
A Temperftiico View of It.
If the working people of this coun
try want to know why they have hard
times every few years we can tell them.
It is not overproduction nor undercon
sumption, as those phrases are com
monly employed. If they had kept the
$900,000,000 they spend every year for
strong drink in their poclcets for the
past five years of good times, the pres-
. ,UT tletcniliniHl trvPHnHnnivtho "Mil-
at niv nll ctunrl T w - Ir mv
Ir.o- I. .1 "V 'M. v. '"j
f..:"" an, customers to bold thei orders
mc' fsl luve orilered tho. Pn tti-t lot ot
Ll ?IB?0NS. FE ATHEES, SILKS,
. . .. uyvx.iia, OiU, -mcF
had ia store. EvERTTinxai will
P5TItLV ;X.W AND PASIUOXAULE. .
LM;AP MaSK.W.-R. BARKER. .
Send six eentslfor nostaffe. and
receive tree, acostly box ot goods
ttw.vii lcJl wiu heipyoutorooieinon
'flu? "n iin'iiUng else la this world. All
,!llU)f.rtr,',Uc;et',:in, flrsi Lour. The broad
Ai LfJLopfPs orr the workers, abaolute
i iSorVrW6. Mresil,-i-tg Co., AuKUstai Maine.
Raleigh, N. C, January 29. A
'number of railway projects are being
put on foot. One is for a road from
Goldsboro to Fayetteville, connecting
aPthe latter place with flie Cape Fear
and Yadkin Valley railroad. The
pressure for this road is strong. The
project for building a road from
Raleigh to Rocky Mount is again be
ing agitated. A survey of tlie propos
ed line from GatfneyCity, S. C, via
end of it is pierced with a stove pipe, ent temporary jull in manufacturing
and in the front end is a door and business activity would find many
window. - In the window hangs a cur- Qf tbem able t? bear it without being
tain of costly lace and in the. tent is a pinehed for the necessaries of life. It
piano of exquisite tone, lhe tent it- j jg the overconsumption of whiskey tnat
That it is the acknowledged Leader 18 a
fact that cannot be disputed, jt-
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
AND 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 uuoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO..
For sale by KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
'43C:ly. Salisbury, N. C.
tor working people.
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1 Wmhiv n1 lvbe J?ade to the present C.ene
fi(WwJ?? i?1 North Carolina to ami-nd thfi
or Salisbury, N. C.Jty direc
(.mmiH.sioners. ' ?
JOUX RAMSAY. Mayor.
ville. N. C, to Johnson City, Tenn.,
lias been completed as far as Ruther- Castle. Jcnrer Aewa.
ton, and is progressing towards Ma
Send 10 cents nost-
tige. and we will mall you rc, a royal,
valuable samDle box of goods that will
nut vmvin thf war of maklnir more mon-
self did not cost over $20. The piano, Ukes the underconsumption of food Uyajo
upholstery and furniture inside are and clothing in this land of liberty and f'vaSSMW&
said to have cost over $3,000. The liquor. The annual bill for bread, meat, want work may Mjinjwe make ugs oa-
owuer planted his tent over 25 years cotton and woolen gooas ot t"is wewiina
n n a tnf.nl of ft- I nv Absolutely sure tor all who start at once. Dont
airu ami is une ui uiuucraieiy success- I aiucuwui r - i 5-r - .ASioS. sm vmm a Co.. P
miners, being worth bout $1,250,000,000. But its annual
He prefers his tent bill for whisky, beer and the taxes
' it 4M aKenl- Terms free.
Suffocated by Coal Gas. A
telegram dated Linchburg, Va;, Jan.
26, say, "at. Wytheville yesterday,
two young men named Vernon and
Walter werefounr dead in a house.
It is supposed tliey were suffocated by
coal gas. One of them was in the
hallway and the other in the centre
of the'room. They had probably dis
covered their danger during the night
ito- anv dwcl liner-house, and savs he thereon is $1,400,000,000.
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would not exchange, it for Windsors words it unnecessarily oxinss aov,vaa,,
000 worth more tnan ii necessarily eai
and wears. f And the people who commit
f his fnllv everv vear are amazed that
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deiay. Address Stiksoj & Co., Portland, Maine.
Nor. tl, Si.-lX
A novel craft in these waters, says
the Norfolk Fiiyintan, is a floating
saw mill. It, comes from Annapolis.
once in a few years they are hard up,
d snme of them want to hoist the;
and is designed for Eastern Carolina. I communistic red flag and destroy every-
The owner projioses to go into thel'body else's property because they have
rivers, cut timber along the banks wasted their own share of the national
and saw it into uoartis on the deck ot
his barge. It is believed the
prise will pay.
onWrmrp in rve inice and other riotous
enter-l., m ,n 'u
nuias. noswH jl mime .
wanted for The Urris
v, - ejb i -inuct.a. rne lartr-
2l tWLd for i0".v.T!ir.e8t' haudnueHt, best
irWiini,"1" iwe our Drt.-eiThfl -v ym-'-i 0 ... .. j i " I ' T i . . : . Y r
TWbiTXXZ America immenm nn nnnrrparii Mtrt in 10T me erecuoa auu mainienance oi me pft t a to nature wnat naint is to Row.-
AT LOW FIGURES
V.fnraTnt'oc truth so well that it i
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Since lofcUthe total appropnations hafdj ever ymit3 of flonrishingJ oall on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granite
reach fresji air.
They were alone in
White House to date amount to S1,7(X),I beauty ; it. is Inot only needless, but
gtu. impairs wiiai v wum-iuiiviv.
D. A. ATWELIa
Agent for the Ga4rdwUTIirlr.
Salisbury, N. C, June stn ti. , rf
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In small size sacks
FOR PLANT BEDS.
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