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K i' r ' ' ' . '-N - - . N t i .'-.. " ' '
r 1 ,i - - - . ! , - - , -
viM .V.-rt .-i.l van' - '
fie jJiU " f2-3
r-r: -., i ion on maeraw-
-1 LOCAL. - :.
There js perhaps uo other town in the
State with as.uiuch valuable: property so
almost entirely witlo protection ngsiint
fire as is this. Tiring, well in the pub
lic square is the main dependence In tha
central part of town. Bat the work on it
has'tiever been completed id accordance
with the origmol design and con Recent
ly it falls short of the aim. That design, if
our memory is not tauit, embraced an
octagonal buildinjfof stone or brick, with
arket stalls and police, headquarters on
" Rll Ottt
t i f il 111 l
lv of Statcsyille,
ti,c ground floor, and air engine room in
tho center; a police court-room on the
second floor, and ji water tank in the attic,
jpuble ' J u with a riiDola and lire bell iu it, the whole fire-
proof. Tle engine was 10 supply tue uiu
with water from the well, and pipes from
the tank to supply the four principal
streets as : many equates down as
might be deemed advisable. It was to be
a handsome and first-rate -work, and.
f'hl r..j,.,,.Ur will should yet be put iulo execution. The
LJrtV'V1 T , ..r. unn Co.nmisioners bid: drawing, of it made
seveml years ago, and it was thought for
a while that (something would be done;
but what prevented progress it is not now
uecessary to inquire. ieuicic, u
design is as good to-day as it was then,
the work just aj
. i i i.i i.
jjiprogirp : - r thefi' 11 "uderiakeu mere biiuuiu
17. ,lr rhieilv -under me v- . , .v
i mis w cni.i-i!i hir ev mi ior mo fui punc.
MlT t TlinrnWell. 01 DOUin -i -i- -; v " : .. . ,A.AVrtA
-uirrmons have been lis- suppose t ... uulu,,
which is a small sum to ue raiscu m me
riiin ro of twlo orthree vears. It, is liopea
J-1 . ......f.rtiMiiitv will
r LUtliafOe U.-Jiors -
lile. r :....,..wni:u in tins
J nil III I"" 1 '
n.. j: :-:-'tndav inoruing last,
i r r i .
j Yji V r7
-.. , - gggggVi : " 'N.,: .V-.-7 -,-7- 4
t. r. ; uuxuk
-'- j A
There lifts been some prospect work
TQJJITQ IiADrES' COliUMU. .- I The Arm op JusriGK.-rPliiladelpliia, T,, BepaWiami, haTing a majority in
;j v -riuw. .-ni I March .7.-The : arm of the marble fc. I the u. Seoate,are entitled toareuige the
7A11 contributors , t th c?ltt "M'ure of justice: on' the e;citr-halLleommrttee to-soit them?eUi., Atnres-
adclreas their cbmmtmicatiotis: 10 j ovsq was extended and held a pair of ent vacancies exTst from peWatr,A'rk
r "t scales feU off to-day. The mass of mar-1 ansas and UissUsif:
Ladies' Column," Watcitmah,
isslssippii outbe t4ncnitie
ble, weighing 100 pounds, struck the I side, and from Illinois, Orezou and Kw
payement without hurting . any of the Hamiisiiire, on the Republican ,3de!' The
passersby. . ine brealcage was due to legislatures of Illinois and .Oreu are iu
session, but are tied vpTwo years from
now1' tlie boot will- be on the other foot
and the Senate"
wilt be Denijucratic.
going on at me uuiu 7 -p"": nir watchman. t
wha iuaw . ... . x amnensawu u cc l frost.
Lli iS-i. .-nil J ii ii irir ! T 11 1, Ji
ine sunn a bij i- lum vi7 vf ; i so mgniy or ine "ioun Am"i
mill w per lanja ree com. 1 mve inem. a column m yuw 7 ufiiawm nyjuia,
! ' .: ' i i . paper, and! sincerely hope it may prove j UTC been nsing for a month or two
Near tlie XJuioo mine and on the same a benefit to all who mayj contribute to in my household Swift's t Specific; . the
hronertr thev have opened a 15 foot belt it,-' I hope I am not Jirs in :taking ad- greater portion of it having been consum-
. i..: r..i..- fit.! ciitr.r I vnnfaw nf f hA nP dftsionated to us: ed by the female portion ot mv family; and
oi8,avo .m-g-u r -r vrXr fl'nw: with the happiest results.-:. It'aeted like a tttrin t. 2firtn4.
and a trace of copier. ; ; UUA 'iTr1 charm on nV wife., who had" .been in bad 1?: ?'""
' . . -. . ness ;.as a motro, iwmcnis , Y"u health for a long time, and for whom I had coiiage, wuoso ocenpant
It is reported that. Supt. Freshville, of a banner and write voften, but. this paid hundreds of dollars for doctors and i a foreman over three horses.; loeach
the lloover klill Mine will take charge being my first, I wUl bej brief in con- medicines. It began to build her up from honsehe has a telephone line, nud at 8
f fiold Hill when oneratious are rosotu- "" uu . . 1 'r i. riT.r " '."irLVr' V e,( CTerJ n,5n IW nwjau
ed at that mine. If he dues we
success for ttye Company.
A Canadian wlwrnns a farm f 13,000
iirediot th honor bestowed uporf them and en- my toil took it wjthlly Mti.ftorj eich hear. diecUmk Evtry
H- jo bearing from thnrt anearly d -3 out hi. ord. Wur ri8.f
New Ouleaxs, FeW 11th, 1885.
aluminium -j ;.:
- Corundum! has for quite a nnmber of
years been regularly, mined; or, as
upon any topic which tHey imay choose
to discuss. 1 am yours vruiy,
f ?m, be -ttled 'before the 1st of
fffih muclfprofit and pleasure.
riinT to the hard t lines
.1 to the taxes.
iu I am very glad you have given us a
tuanv instances, hauted for and collected chance to displav some of our "mother
by farmers and others
in many localities iu
Carolina. In Macon coun
ground aud concentrated
great markets of the
converted iuto many articles of : useful-
... t .1 1 . 1.1 TIJ.L I .1 J ni lrnn..n liiMnl nf .no f.ilnM I P'"
Western Aonn l umns 01 me ff u(cnman,vauu a uuu 1 uviv.u.m v v. .j P u.. i-i-
ty it is nuued.iyi. lairuuucwrv i wmueua. twa ur .7 " T"" " t :77-i" I
. audwnt to the two of what I .Mm to be, a 2
I ; i. i -.t I j ; -o 7 i
world wncre jtis tiuii miuuiwtuw wiw jyu"g viuy alterative, espcciallv for females. I
uess. Its chief use has been as.f an abrasive,
aud its exceeding' great hardness gave it
a ulaco hiffh in the scale, beius i secoud
-'.I m ! . . ,s..i.
sex. l refer to tne necessity or educat-1 .
ing xne girisup toy ac least, a uaeim
standard in Ireil home duties. ' J This is
now done iir' some of ! the European
I have tried them all, I have no doubt I or wrong, and Uie tasks he las s oat are
that want of exercise, close confinement to be performed wiUtont fail.-!Tlii8 farm:
in ; poorly ventilated houses, sewer , gas ing by telephone is something ew umlei-
poison and malarial poison olten produce , . , .j T .
Sickness among our wives, daughters and thosan, and shows what we are cum: ug
sUters. and I believe Swift's 8Deci8c is 'the fto.iVcr Observer.
remedy for all this sort of blood poisoning.
l Know many or tlie best xamiiies of, this At Totrikinsville. a cknnon ex-
6n the 4th, bywhich Joseph
was fatally wounded and a doz-l
m others wounded, some very badly.
TWs powder sever varies. A marvel of tonty.
strengtb, and Mtiolesomenesa. More ecoBomivat
tnan Ue ordlnanr kinds, and cannot: be sold la
competMon wHn tue multitude at low test, tJiort
weignt, aiura or paotpnate powaere. soia only im
UOTaL BAKltiQ l'OWOKK 10f Wall W. 3.
, F. L. Joxas, J. P., Quitman, Ga.
For several years past my wife's
WASUED OUT HAUL There i a sort of
pallid, chalky complexion which the nov
elist call a uvnshcd out cotnplexion.wjIt Is'
ghastly enough, and no mistake. Washed
out, faded, discolored, or part colored kair
... . . .i - I I i. I mil v tn. l!.iii'nl T'liia -mtul!.tl ia fitiiml
Kx. r..ini6Hiifiia will take mo suuieci ...... ?-
" - . U ... ..... 1 1 mf J
... ....:.i4:t lauuudautiv in western iMonu uarouua. i-j r,,, fhmf- Ptnat.irtn mMnrfM A n was
unuer seru!iis vuuPiet.wV... . .. - ? ; . ,w r , ; :
,i i s... Biiliiecta anneal with " iact, in ineariy every couiujr, i, , tnowledere oi ail tne useiui arts oi
- V - - - ; I . ! . .-" 1 -
I Cc,r trWty,0'at' Xf&65 ; Meafi -7075 ! almost as repulsive ami melancholy,. 4
a health I V1 , ffln.Pin, nlt fti -Parkers Hair Balsam will restore vx "ViTi
countries where the verv highest class- has been exceedinirfv feeble-a' eeneralU-;.:w,tf..J-ui. LL olinrr .. Mair to its original color, whatever it Wast .-VrFfTM
. .jii: a.;.;,. hi, .!-. f hk.i. vf.nT si.- "k ,,80wuu brown, auhorn or black. Why wear nicm
greatly reduced ia flesh, no remedy 10l2i -Beef, retail, 610j. cfi the hoof, on your head, when
d to do ner any good. In the spring 2i3J Butter 1520 ; Eggs, U j Hay, 30 lively, shining hair.
Some new-comers have erected handsome
1 l.w1.wl SIOICO t "wmIV . r---.
l.llO ll.v . i...o. nr.A
Itll'tlCeS, W llrO UeHMCJ UICIO ncio huo v
They have contrib
es of society are not considered as jinish- break do wn of the nervous tystem. She
'. wu I . . . . . . . .; .
;a itiui tl. anrfhee nod mav be is nur fallincI will cut short this, but Uind thlrtv nonnd in flesh and it reno- piauungfliJi Sweet potatoes 0(!pi;
.wo .v -7 " i ni , r 1 I o " rf.r . ; .
you may easily have
scxui m va i - , OQO w . . ii . . a : t.t. a ltl ir m v,,? m . ... rl
to ...a' pre8eVt ,K,PaU- Ired... Ke.. t?t,,.T.nue .in,; the accoipled houife. Forfear S BESS S
VOU KIIUW lmittiM nrnHiiMH wnnHnrrii riMiilta Khk
MMV.?','.. . ......I. aki
JeUtlfll 1 d'arfCtC!urt House fiioii doing' bnsioeas iu Salisbury than to aud as before remarked, in .many, locate I may say too much which, you know bottles produced wondefful results. She
mn Z.. . 'v -T1 f'lli.rtor. the fef relics of a former generation
IP II lVl.l m
ISS V I - - t -
in mv next give an extract! or two from vated her whole system. It is certainly Fea,yoiUU; Mats, 4U4?; l aiiow,7; urj
1 vj rvri v aa , a.aa icj va aw - i t
picked up by buckets full.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY JS0. HHErrAKD.
;fli)00 acres)," naa v "v..
!Afi .'iS-a'iik JWown ka lessee
iWM-r- -. i ii .... 1....1
J Jrmf three years. iiou. ...
i ,i,.r..fi for sonietimo s
I iuch eltm .saiiiacuyii i t..
fepto secure an ajrangement
dnot to the higiiest oiuuci.
i ; , f . e il.V. -,.t itc 1 COIHl)U'lf
tofenti .... . 1redecoaaora.
F. J. Murdoch
to briug prominently before mining Europe. .With good wishes,
but indifferent ones.
uted hugely in this way to the appear
men tne iacc tuac new uiscoveries oi
scientific iuterest may result in greatly
aiice of the town. But with the exception uug uj,wiuBuuw qwr-
..f the Graded School House and f two its; A uew jdetnaud for this mineral lias
rhni olics thev have few if any more mon heeu occasioned by receut discoveries
r tui.Vir. ntornri.un4vet. wmcii ureauy cneaiieu 1110 prouueuou ui certain staces iu ineir lmssuzo are
Vhpn thev became citizens they found alumiuium.! Alumiuium is a silver white, J brought forward and disposed of with
two railroads built anil in operation theJ uou-tarnishing, non-corrosive, and light- celerity. The pension (bill that passed
As we approach the end of the session
mapy important bills that have reached
the urcatest tonic in the world.
T. i. Higgixs.
Indian Springs, Ga., Nov. 8, 1884. 1
Treatise on lilood aud okiu LMseases
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 At
lauta, Ga. ' ' 1
Lugs, common to rued.
Lugs, med. to good,
LUiiS, good to hnc.
- Lf.tnWinciiiirwork iu larseiiartof their est metitl iu the world.
." '-o . i I
Minn accident Sunday afternoon
yicli prevented services 4it nis
ctinHky uit.rhegnot uis
! 'to:! way while attempting u
UM Mr4 inteuding to-visit. St.
few miles otjt ot town.
4 thwrcli i
Iinjiirt.on "the head, though at
paliifujrltas not prevented him f
Ljlilgi liis -usual duties this week.
tiSf NOTICE ! Persons who h:
!.aittheir taxes for I8d4, may do so
falliHg .at ,wy omee oeiween
Win inf tjj.is month. After the loth
jl have to settle witli sme one
I n 7 7 V V. C. Khhku.
1 ji -
-O T7- '
The drouth in Southwest Georgia last
spring dried up the wells, and we were
compelled to use water from the creek on
Its specific j the senate in a different shape from when I the plantation. The result was that all
ri.nr t'.wnxl fiHi- l Ainlv cravitv ia onlv .U7. neariv nve times it left tlio house was reiectca ov tne nouse l -
A. llv v i w u. - D ;- r af w - - I . Jfu jv-
- a .a ? a. i . i v ' a. a a. i vi mi uiv v vi a itviiiivo wa wwaavo
SoecifiCT and as lonn as I took it, I had
cood school house iu which their children tensile strength. It also alloys with most ference ordered. 1 lie senate had stilCKen perfect health. As soon as I ceased taking
could be educated ; as good streets and as any metal except lead aud mercury. . I out the provision to pay widows, and it t, I like the rest, wast afflicted with chills.
good police service as we have now j and This metal is How on exhibition at had cut down the total annual expenditure
iu tuis matter tne nouse
Hides, 10; Rabbit furs, 25$0 cts per
dozen: Mink skins, 2030. .
Cotton, ready sales at. 10J bts for good Lugs' fine to fancy.
middling highest, lui. Leaf, common to med.
, x . , , . Leaf, med. to good,
Tobacco, sales every day ; and prices jafl good to fine,
satfsfactory. Wrappers, com. to med.
Poultry, in steady demaud but prices j Wrappers, med. to good
4.50 to 6.00
6.00 to 8.50
JLftO to 11.00
11.00 to T8.00
5.00 to r 6.25
G.25 to ? 8.50
' 8.50 to 15.00
15 00 to 16 50
16.50 to 25.00
25.00 to 40.00
40.00 to 55.00
.Ktioi Lhttkks leniaininginthe 1'ost
y Salisbury, X. C, for the week
WllSmvcrs. A J Turner. Win Trout-
an, ifanDie Starues, J n Stewart, Auuie,
Jane SUof, T J -Thomas, Chas
.fMjeiaj! "advertised when the abo;e
thev found two cemeteries Substantially New OrleaUs, iu the Exposition, and is to $30,000.
enclosed with brick and stone where their shown by the iuveutor of a now process seems more-liberal than the senate. We
weary bones might rest after tho ntrul wiieieuy tue cost oi prouticuou is uiucu are ior tne lames every; uay iu uie jear.
fever of life was oven To one of these, reduced. Au emineut analytical chemist Without doubt provision should be made
mauv of the present inhabitants were of .'Philadelphia, Col. Win. Frishmuth, for them. Another evidence of the liber-
contributors. But mainly these , are I lias tlie honor ot maKiug tlie aiscovery, aiity ot tne nouse wasjiotinu yesierua
r ..,Ki;. a..t.-;nj I ami Im nlmi iliiiiin Afi:i til lt nrsUrri-1 in tli ilpcided votu bv which it reiected
Illllll UUJCIl 13 - Ul lllv.ll iiuviiw wi'iiifcvw I ..." " I I - w In a T 1
i v i ,..L..uS. . ... , a . J Some two years ago I received a hoy
predecessors, ot wnom rney may wen oo cuouu . f. no cuihuuhu, w wc, mmin wiuuiiim .uBSMp t IT.... (Lona White) into the Orphans Home,
proud , for they were liberal and enter couverted iuto sulphate of alumiua, irom 7,.W0 Ior the orpnaus and suustuuieu ear Macon, from Columbus. He was one
Vrisih'T ton decree all tue more cretuta I wiucn wie aiuiaiou is piscipiiaieu, mc iu,uw. nc ui imi.iu lum oi mo nvtrcsi crcniures htc cm kch
ble as having lived at a time when there it is formed into a chloride, Irom wlncii, chanty, it ougtit to oo susta.ueu. ue a 7 V ..7 T1 . '
uciui iulu ui diiviui. n 11 iv. it . uihj hvu-
im from his birth. About eighteen
pors. a dissenting voice, mere is anoiner montIS a0 i commenced giving him
This discoverv. cheaiieuiugthe produc- which we- think the legislature should Swift's Specific. After several bottles had
is destined considar. The pay of the Supreme court ien tasen ana no visiuie resuiis io oe
i ;. .... i a.. ...i.ir seen, i began to aepair, uut contmueu me
judges ought to bo increased, Au addi- ' . Xt ,lf ;mnrovemertt
tion should d(p something for themselves thought entirely out of the question, ou tion of $300 a year to ; their present sala- iame apparent, and -front that date to
nml for tliose who are to come after them, account of! tho cost of production. Now ries would be little enough. There is no the present there has been constant im-
, , . i . i - i . . i . i i. .j i i t .. :
and the work proposed above would be a the range is almost limitless. By reason reason why it should hot .: be done.. The provement in oom oout am niiuu. e
good beginning in this, direction. of its extreme lightness and great tensile additional cost to tho State would I ".'"'ZutZ T hv. rTnnwn T
Other subjects inseparably linked with strength it will doubtless give auewjonly $000, and the increase should be I honestly believe that he will ultimately
ilm ftitnre orosneritv of the town are also imiietua to discoveries iu serial uaviga- made. It is just. It is fitting. It is a outgrow- the effects of this loathsome
t :n Uni..ao s.t .nA i ...AfUs-1 iiiA tnik T li RttWr disease unuer me mnucuce ox owms
IV rt ill tfSasmw miv, I'inw v ouihii j : " - -
5 J i
MTSSM. 0. TAFFE
Has optmed rooms in the Old Photograph
Gallery i She. has learned lress Making
an A tlio miV.i arr-iiriitp irstpm of cuttinfi . , ..
xt.. i ..,i:.;... rmii-- 7. . . : " I marKei at i uis iiiiu-.
ue uaiB U.CU it. in wui iuiiiiij a 1 1 norougiuy.
When I resumed its use, I was all right
an antidote for malarial poison for two or
three years, and have never known it to
fail in a single instance.
W. C. Fublow.
Sumpter Co., Ga., Sept. 11, 1884.
A CRIPPLE RESTORED.
Wrappers, aood to fine,
Wrappers, fancy , none oWcrcd.
New tobacco breaks for the past week
have been liyht. Prices stiff for aU grades.
Good, rich, waxy fillers, smooth cutters snd
log smokers are in great demand and prices
a shade stiflcr than the qnotation. Wrap
pers of all classes are high and eagerly
'sought after. Planters would do well 1y
putting some of their good tobaccos on the
- t ' i ' '
Fit Guaranteed !
Will be pleased to receive ialls from the
ladies of Salisbury.
March 5, 1885. ly
i i . . i iiuTArm
was'not as much weatli in Salisburyaud by the uew process, metalic aluminium is hope the senate will pass the bill without . , , .
t Im world uotl so wise as is thought to I precipitated in sodium vapors. la dissenting voice, There is another montiIS
Bujra brief reference was all that was tion of this very rare metal,
intended as a VcSiiudentliat every genem to open a range of possibilities
enuie Tarali, Brood liay,
are Called for; . "
. J. II. Bamsay," P. M.
EscAt' - Dogs arc more
thej are worth any way you
A family in this town hung
dotliiugfoii the back of a chaii
Jwit before the tire. After au ab-
ofafevr miiiutes they returned and
PNitliat ..Bir:ill ilmr li.ll in th room
i . - , .:r -7"-"
Flpstltlie chair and clothing in the
ifuumntin a tew minutes more 'tue.
lx-Hli ill :l ll;i7i'.
iiessing, such as the permanent improve- tiou.
n to the surrounding country, and espe- Utruiuents, aud may come iuto extensive tho office without Sijcrjticiiig the.com-
w i .j
ment of the streets and roads leading out gteel iu the manufacture of surgical in- ought to be enough to; permit one to take i f -Jn..!.,, whii-h were
yi I .
treated some two vears ago with S. S. S.
cially the projected road to Wadesbord, I use in tliej ! manufacture of ware for table forts of his family. Nfics Observer. show no symptoms ot return of the dis-
'iving us a more direct and cheaper ronte usrf in fact, take the place of silver iu Those "small matters to the people ease. u. u. i
9 . . ' wA- I.-:... -...i .. i.? . i i.s..t:...i i... i... i i ....ul Orphans' Home, So. Ga. Coflf.
to tne sea coast t -vyiuuiugiou uuu tne uomesuc aits, w iiero iigiuuesu uuu wncn uiuuiiiuu uumuci i BUM rnn a v.,tf i Ri.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, At
Charleston. -These have all been: talked 1 Strength and freedom from all forms of Meets become a burdehwhich the people
.. . ? 1 l. 1.... ..it ........in ... 1 O It i
of as essential schemes but yet reiivaiu to
be taken up in earnest
are desired, Aluminium must
silver, which will be esteemed
Lecture on Australia and New Zealand. uiom for jits intrinsic value.
ir tif-t-;..-.; ,4.-:i..-it I T. K. Bkunkr.
Powder and Negroes.
girii art not supposed to possess
ccuiittj! knowledge f gnu povvde
Mime ana uses, and . little mistakes
""lulling of it by. them will sor
mm otleJ A ueiiiii mil in E:ist Ward.
i- ' -),: i O " - ' 7
TOI; iudiuin!? hint.
p5.iess tiiaua keg)f powder in
ralM;oll'iVrin a bain her arms- car-
1 7 I ,tUli tlie room in which she lived
.ft-nliedrjt loosened every joint
III til ln 1 1ll i tt ir 1 df IA
pHwrjrraud tore oil" weather boards
"lT . . 1 Hrnrni'rA tinofrm anil T?T-o rt lr
vayeriy. g, ryr VT' March 10. 1883.-
i i:T Mnntiviv rv aw nrir i ,
JjeSlie-S 1 UUU1H1 xiAvyii vii y , iivm . I t-i'-i ill- 1 . m.
. -. .... v j' . r. Our PliiUullnliisL tii:irkfttA :ir 4rr wtori
.... 1 1 A-r- of f ha f lTVm HnnsA in nlis- rr
bury, Monday evening next, . a lecture L .
LVni.'VnaK amonmr. ThP IMftT.l VR rl.Il I
ces oriuitrdia Tandew ZealancL.The Conission Merchants, SG
Kto ,flmn series, war dances, can- North ter 6treet,.Plubtdelphta, report
nilmlisticfeasfe: raids on frontier colo- the following city uwfkets : Eggs, VirT
nists, traditions, Mythologies, religions, gua and Southern, 2600. Live'poul
rites, views on future life, conceptions try I213 ctsxler pouud; dressed 1U1 1 ;
of the Deitv. and customs of the abo- turkeys) IbU, according to quality ;
rigines of the Island Continent will be ducks 1$16 ; geese 10ll.-Live cattle
denicted. ; ! i - 41a51: hogs, live M6. Potatoes: Early
Mr. Ingram is a native oi xh. lyarou- clioiee, per bush., 5860; Burbaiiks,
na, but visited the Australians from the c,uice 55C0j Peerless, 5)55; Pearl
Calif ornian coast, ana will give us nis Muuuuoth, 5558. Cheese: N. Y. Facto
own observations and experiences in the ri. cIloice J2f13; fair to gdol, 11 to 111;
will surely feel. Watchnl in.
Tho legislature hiis slaughtered the
sheep law aud killed the dirt -road bill,
but yet we have hopes for both. The
disposition to improye our public roads
is manifest and the same awakening in
telligence that has led to the adoption of
thestock law in so jiuauy counties will
sooner or later demand new methods as
to the roads aud some systematic eudeav
or to foster sheep husbandry.
We are more sangiiue of the improve
ment of the people now than ever before,
and we see reason to hope that uuother
Attention Farmers !
My stock of' Chemicals, Act d Phosphates,
Kainit, &c., is more complete and cheaper
than ever before, and, of the very higtnst
grades. Don't fail to call on me liefore
Furchasing elsewhere antl i3ate Monty.
also .have a large- lot of IBest Virginia
Lime . for Agricultural purposes, which I
am" offering at reduced : price.
. J. ALLIEN BROWN.
. Feb. 26, 1885. -ff f
The Swift Specific Compnny have the
miMt endubitablc evidence us to the cure
of Cancer bv their famous medicine, S.S.S
AUiong others. John S. Morrow, an old
and highly esteemed citizeu ot X lorence,
Ata., makes the fallowing statement as to
the merits ot this remedy:
I have been suffering with a Cancer in
mv riirht ear. for about three years. I tried
warioiiM riTnlies and was treated with
TfiHidn of Potash, which nroduced rheu
matism. My feet and legs were greatly
swollen, so that I could not walk. About
i . a. c :jv.
one year ago l was, mauceo to try owm
Specific, which soon removed the trouble
in mv'limlis, and my rheumatism is now
TWO DANGEROUS SEASONS.
Spring and fall are times when so many
people get siek. The changes in the
weather arc severe on feeble persons, and
even those naturally strong are apt, as they
say, uto be feeling miserable." The4they
are just in condition to . be struck vdowa
with some kind of fever. A bottle or two
of Parker's Tonic will invigorate the diges- .
tion, put the liver, Kuincjs anu uiooo in
perfect order, ant prevent -more senoua
attacks. Why suffer, and perhaps die.
when so simple a medicine will cure yott!
Good for both sexes and all ages.
Goto ENNISS and liuy
Obtained, and nil PA TESl fiVHISKSS attended ta
fOr IUOOKH.ATH tern
Our oflli-e is oixisjie vho jj. f. i ir ni uinvc
we can obtain Patents Iff lw Uinf- tan tnoae re
mote from Washington. SendJo, or Drawrmg.
We advise as to pateniaoiiwy irrrr oi cunf",u
we maVe no Charge unle fxitmt im .erd,
We refer, were, to me iMsimaairr, iu-
Money Order Dlv., and to offlctaUsaf the C. S. Pal- .
te-t Ofltye. For circular, advice, terms ltfTfifI"
encea to actual clleai In your own stHte orcoantfr
write to I C .'A. S NOW COi .
Opposite Patent Office, V ashlnton, 1). C
Nov. 2T, M.-im I
! f - '"
.- ado most vvvhim t
I have h
out on me
,a h7di,.ry ro,u. broken 2
tor eight years. Mymothernd ii'r.ML . M Ti.3a ii..in..
n at anv
ght years. My mother and :;ni!
erne sister died with it, and I, suposing more good than anything else I
that I would go as other members of Jt , , ke anJKT fcc, tmt 1 1im on the roTld
tamiiy nau nai oespairea ot n.e. me aAIM;etr cre. Undoahtedly Swift's
treatment oi merenry anu poiu seyineu i ft Jfi : "tu k-.
to aggravate instead of curing the disease.
In this condition I Was pressed to use
Swift's Specific. After taking six bottles
the fearful ulcers on my neck . and arms
pisappeared and the scars only remain to j
remind me ot mv sunenngs. -nau i iaKen
Specific is the best bloodfpunher in the
world." JOH2 S. MOUKOWr-
Florencev Ala., Sept. 22, 4.
decade will not pass before North Cam- . . at nrsi, i wouiu nave ueeu wen
...... ir.i It..:.. .1...- ...:n i man long ago. kua wwm,
aaea ueeueu viiauges man ni i rt lrt 1K84
deToted to science, mwortnie. nrinriB.
fttfonnUion which bo person tbomld b witiojl. tb
Jwpulwity of th. SCTimno AincA U htHJ
it circulation nearly oiUi that of oU otfljr PPfJ
Clnba. Sold by all oowadcalon. MUSI' W'""
linhora. Ko. 36t Broadwar. W. Y,
(' ?. "M. rear, and tore up the boards
C 'I I eou"l ot bo ' ascertained by
riW -ou tle floor or
li where the
P 1 1 lU .nnJo
m.V,Jl.T'X.Ji. Ml cream, 88ii part
ten half price.
From Scotch Irish-' Township.
Uiet of cxnloahiii: lu-iirP! - the
juio, that the gii l -must have had it
jKT:?TOr.iu;her aims. She was
J ponder bmnt in hands, arms,
. fl!tlface, and is in a dauirerous
itkul f i . ' .
'tie" "'''i ''' "' ' ! r" '
.Jusscssioti of such alargeqnantitv
v-itUir by u negioirl being un
' led the o,.ti..t:. ii..
W ? " f laiSe stolen Saturday
d1' i . ullut'u powder house ,
.Qbaaaieut researches have veiilicd
Ir lo'lw.li..?.... .t. -Zi
ir3in 7 1 wueveu iiicgin nns
1; -s 'uie Rl
mtk-. v.i i -i
WIX1SO AND DIKING.
4th of March this A. IX, 1835,
Messrs. Cleveland and Hendricks demo
erats of the aucieut regime, were duly,
truly and with great eclat inaugurated J quarters evaporated 10 14; pears,
akfms, fancy 66; full skims, 0203
Dried Fruits: Apples, evaporated, in
cases, G7 j sliced N. Caroliua, fancy 4
4i; good sliced ii; blackberries 99J;
cherries, pitted, prime .dry 12i13:
peaches, pared, 'evaporated I724: N. C
sliced 7&9; u spared, hal vel, new, 8di;
,u'.'s between the parties
lu the steal when she met
Viious accident lueutioned
rV A AO liifni ! ... i ', ...
AhV& ' 'u,ou uas.jueeu ootain
yi riin : ui . .
" t-iiher cauuot or will
eoe ought to know
the 1 police niu -try-
.rJ..IVave. I i.ui j....i..J .i ii
UJ ' '.u'dexpecWo find some
VWvPC.R DKC0Cilsf for Slfi
proprietor, David E,
President aud Vice-President ot these
Uuited States and I we are glad to say.
unlike the " Prophets of old, we did not
die. though from unavoidable circumstau
ces did not see the sight that wo yearned
to see after striviugao hard for 24 years.
The da v autt thri magnificently grand
events that would necessarily transpire
enthused the feelings of the- sincere, true
hearted.niiswprvei ing, uny ielding aud re-I
leutless Alemocrat JC. Johuson who
remembering that on the 4th of March
22 vears ago he led his now clever and
comely wife, then a bride to the inatri-
- . '' . A. . 1 .. 1
momai altar, ana, uesi ring to ceieorawj
the two most auspicious events of his life,
invited a number of his immediate neigh
bors to.' rejoice with him iu the regeneni
tion of tlie Nation and the perpet nation
of his own democratic household felicity.
The wiue wasof the pure juice of the
grape and -enticing the varied, tempting,
hicious and atmiulant dishes that weight-:
ml dowh the table, more than repaid any
neglect of pressing secular duties. one
shm t of n Delmoiiico could equal much
less eclipse the dinner. Each mau a glass
in hand as iu duty bouud toasted our
wortliy hst and host 63, hopiug to wit-'
uess ami eijoy many more sncu social
MiitHitiiiiiments. leaving lieluud us our
bleasiiiirs! and best wishes, we took our
several wavs to our own domicile happier
if not wiser than iu the morning, for un
like Macbeth we could eacn one auu an
teartily respond Ameu wfien, tliey cried
hleaa ua. Ud CUKKK.
23j plums, 9; raspberries, . 2424 per
pou ud. iVathersy choice teese 52 53.
Hides, dry, 10gf liHouey iu comb, 10
I God bless us.
bene tit to the people.
I have had a cancer on njy face for many
years. I have tried a great many retneilies
but without relief. I almoft ave up hope
r .vr beinr cured. Drl Hardnian, my
Hon. recommended Swift's ifpeeibc, which I
have taken with great results. My face is
-I....... inH it ia imfMWtftilllo lor IDC to
, . I express my tnanKi in worqs iur nuonu..
I was affected for nearly four years with "Lr? lmh A,tna ur niff
The senate yesterday fixed the rato of eczema. The doctors called it at first ! . MRS OLIVE'IIAltDMAN.
taxation at 25 ijents, the house-having erysipelas. 1 was treated by imvsiciaM. Monroe, Ga., Sept. 1884. j
. I ... . T u.i rurd hv HwitVa Soeeiiie. 1 USedl ' . . i ci.: n nens
77 , -- . r . i u 1 . Treatise on jjioou oa omu wiuo
abut thirty bottles and have had no 1rou- JYp!l i
ble with it since. I refiisefl to take it, even vft s -fii n nmwer 3. Atlanta.
t? n aai wifvviwv w - - - - l
and haw inpare4 moio qwqjiwy
imm ul : tofOicm
I vaivw - - " - -
rT.r.1. AaainneiiU. aad all othof
for iWcnfiDg tojBTentoratb
UniUd butes. Cayaaa, '-n
ArJn. and other lomga eonaUMa. proporoS
.t .hnrt notico and on reaaonaWo.Mrma.
without charw. liaBd-booka of
m ? i..lnu-himtil!. lava
-loo w.uW. natoata.
1 Broadwaj.now xoou
of the utmost
previously adopted :20 cents. We.iope
the house will not concur in this.ameud-
ment, but w ill stand out for at most 22
cents. . If the treasurer tannot- get along
with 20 cents, at any rate 22 ;:euts is
after it was recommended to me by others! -.-
. i. 4 1 via.
ior some nine iucii wiw inj . prt-juuivs i
' the name ot it; but having tried it myself,
T now Itelire it is tlio best blood ouHfier'in I
euough. ; The best place tor the people a aj rov knowledge. It did another thing fori ,
-i ... I. fl'l. I T l. J CT I i ... ..SI ... It'..m l. n
miiiiav in t neir own oocKeis. i nerc me. l nau suucrcu imm imci ii """J
fnf tinKlii nur. vcara. Since taking this meUicine I have
H1IIIUH1 WJ dlVWaWIS sav w -wowoow - iv
poses, but not more than enough. Be
sides this general principle, we coufess Cartersville, Ga., August 23, 1884.
tn, iriont desire, that the Democratic
shall manage to lednce the tax aiy uaugmer, k- .
i rt.u.Kf rrin Hint ahnlicntion will
be tuadet the next General Assembly of
the State for an amendment to the char
ter of the town of Salisbury. 6t;
Jaii. U 1885. A.lf. Bovdkx.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 6. Yester
day, wheu Dr. Oearoseu was hanged, two
convicts confined in the prison were tei
ribly afiected by the knowledge of what
was going n. Joseph Barrett, 55 years
old. coil fined in a cell hear the gallo ws,
allowed inteuse interest Id the hanriiir.
but all iiiformatiou waa denied him.
Hi cell was sealed during the execution,
bat Barrett must have heard the foot
steps of the solemo procession on its way
... .I.J. II t i
iu gnuuws. - neii ma cell was
opened he was fouud dead, aud his death
is' attributed to fright. Joseph Taylor
under sentence of death for Uiurder
became delirious with fear; he heard
tlie noise as he sat iu his cell, a'few fee
from where the sea Hold stood. The
echo of the falling doors had liardly died
away jwhen the murderer was writhing
in coiivnlsion;' with his eves almost
laaatf(s(V fftllit la aS ate.ft.aVK ' ' . i
" ' t" : ? I"'" "lnZ NErrnEa CIIIliD pr ADULT can have
Bfc t,M. k maa uog. hi l. -rmlj,-bHht cohiplcxion when worms
uwtc. .y. uiiuuics, auu was loilowcd exist, Sbriners ludian vermuuge wm ic-
1 maim .v-, 4 Mm Ail ! a...lM. a 1 ... JO - 1 . a
lum-in""wi.-i uy nnoiuer. . 1 move the worms and puruy.tne sysicm.
after trying other remedies in vain, I gave
levy, it we
at its real value, tweuty cents wouiu b gw;v- gnecific (S. 8. S.), and one-and
rnw i.wf than wn neel. That, how- half bottles cured her sound and well. It
ever, is far off. V e can only Jiope thai
each year win urn g ua uea.er iu u cm- Cedartown MiI, Ju,y 03, 1884.
rect staudiirdof valuation. Again it must
be remembered thaj the tax ou property
is supplemented by taxes 011 a multipli
city of other subjects i Aud the income
derived from these other sources of rev
enue yearlv increases. Like the able
and excellent chairman of the finance
committee of the house. Col. Tati, we
want au houest tax rate, one that will
not leave n deticii iu the treasury; one
that will provide for the payment of all
tiwuui : nn that is not a sham but a
real bona fide
fore jjie people. But j w'e have greatly at
heart a reluction jamt hope that it will
be made to appeitr that 22 cents will
sufiice. JfcriWyA Observer.
ATUwKTiUcGA.. August, 1833.1 i
Mr six rar old du lias :had a terrible
slouluBg Scrofulou-Ulcer4f the neck for
.1 mn-nAfA with blindness. . ss
vuac --- ------ j
irrpnt Mimciation. and genera.
prostration. Physicians and various bUxu
.mdiiereTesorted ttx without benefit
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, At- jk Xew Atlanta 3Iedical Uoiiegcrcaieii
UtitH o. Ii.t. rr three months, but nis conuuioi
T M. a a a- a
be I and to" the astonishment of myRclf. friend
I a I a 4. I - ST.. Aav 1
Blood and Skin Diseases
- J . rr t T T
The Bbautt ok Youth. No matter how I was urgea to xry ; "
. 1.1 anil tntlie MSlOniolIIUeilt Ul 2 H'J " "'
handsome or staiwan. a young wiui iuj - - . ;iH little effected a
tiaiiy uaia nou. Dnu.uS . u. t restored,
tractive, but a shining poll is noU The neaieq, eyeiefc
.1 .uu-i ' ...rii.;nr commenced growing on h
yet ParkcPs Hair Balsam will stop the loss I live at 34Jonts Wet.n
of the hair and stsrt a new growth ot glos- there to be seeu? Fuank Jos
and the ha
his head a 4am
ant .mv !y 1
bv and soft hair so quickly as to surprise
- I . " oo 1 t it.
statement of the case be- you -restoring the original coior a ic
same time. joi 1 uje, um imi, utiiwn;
perfumed. Only standard 50c. dressing.
Notice , to Creditors !
ah naramift liaviu!! claims against the
OUli NEIGHBOR'S CHILDREN look estate of Lawrence Ungle, deed, are
. . ... . i.sm r nuiineu ia nresciu wico'
so rosy and lieaituy sna are never ""7"."""f " r Wore the ItJth day ot
Our children are so delicate and have such ugn " 33lS wilf be
MUw complexions. 1 our neignwr seeps recoVerv.
ith the times ana gives onnner 1 ,ft-.IV f IVfi le
dian Vermifuge to his children twice a
JOHN LINGLE. Ex r.
Jan. , l885.-bw j
Sn'S .tfr. TSStt obiaiood tbf
uwh notico ia wall oadaratooa "fail .
uk 5 tenia postal ne py
mall you will pet a paa
age of jrootih ot tati ts1o. .
m ii no a iiiivb ao
t. wii! t i'u v 1 in worn inv y"--.
01 1 1 no s fa if tftn anyfiinx rowio -
ir -ii ' 11 iil here, of either aef. sU
r t 1 1 tl a . or spire Umi-naly. Jjw '
ti-4f it 1 torn.. rtaaeaforatiiWirks
tlv iarel. Uoa'tcteUy. ! u 'Ii,3?2i'
ov. l, 's -ly Portlajid,llala
"I Don't Feel Like V6rk.m If makss
no difference what business you srs -engag
ed in : whether you arc a, preacjjty, .
chanic. a lawyer or a cominoa Smmerf Ji.
eairt do your work well while ypoK
. : 1 "A. "o1 aat-WAoM
-ick. Thousands try to, ;
How mnch better to keep your HTgant 1
r0od order by taking raraer a
vou feel Ma little out of sorts." It wouM
be monevmyour jwid. """l "
tood. n-ioicing health is worth half a tfos
u hours full ot languor and pain. v '
5M Tons of Nou 1 Valley of Virgiaia
Timothy Hay for sale bv .
P. 0. SUliLfcTT & SOX.
43:6ni. ' Staunton, Vs.
PUBLIC SALE OF LAND I
Cn Saturdav the Uth day of Msrchnexj
t theCourt'TIoos. d.r in Salisbury I
will fell a tract of nine rtt of land.-o-
U-s Ixing the plare with the bnildlflgs
?hereon, where W. A. Wise lived snd re
cently died, being about; seven aides from
Sury on tlieaTesViHe road.adjomiBg
indsof IUd yatt, J. 11
Gouiley. Tenns jl sale one halfSpb an
a ere. it of six ntli. for the other halt.
.;il interest at eiyni ht wni. t
Willi mieret 1 r
j W. Ai Wisa,
17:4t. - I
V..U lOtlu 1B84