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THUKSDAY.MAUCH 19, ia8S.
Tlie U 8dnV-- marshals m
' . jr 1. ... fi-nni the
AtkeTiUe Citizen,' nuclei tcn.k n tl.e I7th
kr.k no the traffic in illicit whisky
. . r . l .K.ni Pn . Ga.. mid to
f -h Inil nnrnait of 84mo men
In it niidr nrrestertj them. 1 c
frieod of the priUers (12 iu uo.nUfei )
IPubUc allention is now viiatarallj
ntrpi on President Cleveland and his
tahala, newly! chosen adTisers arid 'everythjrig
l " v i . . 11 i J
done on the in regard to tneir movements ana mreii-.
Marphy iu pons is TtT
..... imnartial comment faTorable, to the
. 1 littlelwnr en
eame to tueir rt: '
.aedlD which one inau was killed and
not rescued. i
The prisoners were
Tnolr Tbwc: Elk Knob! Academy, hi
liMtmft un with nev.
The Western N. C. Railroad.
The Atlanta Constftutlon of yesterday
lias the following in regard to the com-
r .. V..l. rurkliri:l en
!en"!"e" the Western North Carolina centered on President CSj
r,.Ui uicl i com Dieted to the Nan
bnt not much work has been
gap- between that stream and
Cherokee couuty, the ne rimei and it is Commanding re-
ty and corner of 'the old NorUr State W ' larity frJni th sta?y
The Richraoud and Dan viUe ieopie r and discretion' shJwni in
under their contract with the &iaie i t here are great expectatioris
North Carolina, kept a small force at I wiU accomplished, Inpe
work.- but the construction lias iW"i L). four years.
and the. railroad authorities had become I Purfng this transition '.period ilk -its
,ii.iuflir.' Tn iifin them out a bill was1i.:8i.ri nnoh which the eoimtrV is how
UOcnilOMMll 1 MAWVVr I; I
devised crantiug certain privileges, - entering, wasnmgipn will oe totxtiiu-
. : .n. : ...lii,... fn tlift niAiiuer of nm or the nations eves
. ... 1. Ml t...-I 1 J. j; U nvn,ntinn fit
naviu" for convict labor, ana una interest cuuuig Hu.mc ,oi ;
a year, wjtii a compensation qi iww uui-
1 n M n AVtrfl V1 An wa " j '- - 1
. mim v i ; i. 1 121.1 n uc&v uuu uiiirdr.. ' - .- -
f Trom Oar BeguUr Currwpofldent. "1 r I 2. Thd COltnty superintendent is to ' New York Krecla PosV
1 WXrhisotos, D. C, March 14, 18S5. ' oeseereiary me uoaru
w ABiu v ,H - rjav is two or three- dollars per day.
Changes in postal Rates:
v J? i.k i.Mn.i.M f the lenislature the Forty . Eighth Congress,, it .rather
B. L. Beall and Prof. H. Wi Beall, onean I altogether accepUble heginsj lor Congress didlittle and the
Ltj .wi , th other a crsyluate oN ? . 0 ...... ..n r....lrUvAlsfnd admtnistratinn most UO a
tru gre Th, change i.the
the 1 of flty days to fill Jga, Tpleof t
. with Boa- North Carolina are mcl.ned to congra u- . J Arthur to Mr GleTeUcL
wnTHio me. - . iimRplvM mtou the near compieuou - L A
f goO.OW ffoii'i ""v : , igoes ou xruui .puiui.nu . uuwv h "x
01 ine roau to aiuiuj. changes in men as well as m principles
The Western North Carolina road gives be jvery great. ' Nothing; dramatic
access' to and affords au outlet from m oc(?ur,hut the t politieairtuation
almost every portion of the we5teru Palc wjU be, interesting. There, will a neVv
nf tlie state. The entire inouutain sec nolitical atmosphere; andwith ChUngeS
lion is drained by it. All the summer some novelties in; habits. aid .prlhci
resoi ts of the Laud of the Sky are reach- pies of Igovernment may be expected.
.,1 1.. it ti. ninnntniii centre, has no President Cleveland has already iu-
'a nut th coiiniletion of the troduced some innovations' at the White
tnuxrvhx doesnot bring to the House. The householdis .required to
triple that raire cattle, cerials, fruits pe reaay; xor an 7"
,Il(irft ecutive Mansion, and the liBrarj whicli
ion Honse for the s;ile ef
fhrrr. Walnut and other lumber. The
lamber business jn "Watauga and other
moan tain counties is assuming j au im
porUnce never before known thej e.
Xhere have been several fires in Mou
roe recently, trWch are believed to have
had incendiary oilgin. The body of the
negro who wa lynched there about a
! month ago, it is reiorted, was taken from
I.-m.c. fnt wifintific -iiurnoses, and the
Jp- v " - , A
fires are meant as
The Cliarlotte Observer of this morn
Inff aavs: Dr. Witherspoon, recently
id Poultry . .atWactory kt. Th., '3,;
l fiin titi rin an mii i i - i i v . ,
.gainst the'eommuuity for penuitting it ncca an - tou nia tolreUtoK been controlled bv the
J ' I OUCH IIIHVIVOV""" l I a rnH hAnca A aQTIOrS Until Tl fAMTT
ecu. or ui u-ust .u - d for business callers at 'an
cient quantities to meet hoiue cousump-l, v "
tiou. The completion of the Marietta Gmokmff is prohibited in the 'offices
elected president of Davidson College, and North Georgia road to Murphy will 0 the White House, and the Methods
bai declined accepting tlie place ; and give' that country just what it needs. ping Iwork there. Have lieen simplifi-
rw ni.kn iWlinea to reconsider will then luive directcoiumuBication wicu ed by the discharffe .ot one nair or tne
his resignation. Prof. W. S. Graves Atlauta, nnd through, Atlanta with all clerical force, lewer employes: and
a." ,.r ni, n.i fi,, th a fioutheasteiu section of -the country, nlentv of . work for those who reinam.
mwr "T ' - 1. ...i xr i. r ; Ikn mnlfn fhfl Proeirfonr. . nrtrl his
j i.:. i i i lift Aianeiia auu aiiui iu uwikio ivtu ta uic munu niv: ... , .. ......
bids far to be bum to aiurpiiy jusi auout piivawsBwciaij. -j rtrrx..-T .
i We learn from the Waynesville Ae, in time to greet its connection irom tue v":" 1""
that that new town is already infested mpuntaiiicounties of North Caroliua.
not end there
line to wesiern uiiii vuiium "uMti t,:4. 4- 4.U noffc,
well be overestimated, so far as Atlauta'. SUFrfluous and nas sent a
trade is concerned. It will enlarge our chm of tnrou?h thousands ol
tributary territory fully twenty percent. OVftrnmenf clerks who have for years
:Tlie first recept ion at the White House and doubtless add to the city's trade fully Been drawing bountiful salaries of the
bee Cleveland's installation, March 17, as much. It will place withiu; reach the tax-payers money ; and doifig nohvork.
U described as a very brilliant and pleis- very articles that-our customers further Jf the principle is applied throughout
ant affair.', ! south uced. It will reuder this city more the service, not less than twenty thous
ceutral; and secure iu its trade position, and men will be stricken rrom the J?ed-.
It gives its another east Tennessee to eral pay rolls, without impairing. the
draw suimlies from, with the advantage transaction of business. Officers of the
.,f fomiietition. No event since the Treasury Department, for instance,
. . m A 1 A. A. . . 1 A. t. . it. ... .. . .V .
witu ioarer8j uui oener, inui me uccu
brick manufactory therb tu provide, means
for buildings to ,be erected in the Spring
and Summer. L -
Hi3.pay w two or three dollars per day,
as the board mav dfttennine. for the
day s thai he! is actually engaged, and
ne is unaeri ne airectioa duuw cr-
. . . ; i. ' . ... Il'l?. '
ion of the board, lie will in aaaiuon
to the ordinary duties.of superintendent,
perform -the auties now requircu uy iuc
rejnster oi ueeus in scnooi iuttiwis.
good podrd will give him pay and work
witnui me; limits oi ine nv-vuium
to his efficiency.
' .3.' The countv board of education will
hpreafter n6t be reauired to make a per
tramta fobbrtionment of the funds
A t i... i 1 1 JI.UIad f
among ine ! several scnwi umvw
lie county as heretofore required. The
law requires! that two-thirds of the
money be apportioned on a per capita
oasis, anaiuiie remainuiK v
b& ai)nortionett "in SUC41 mauuer as w
equalize school facilities to all the dis
tricts o. the county, 6 as far as may be
practicable andjust-to, au concernea,
with but discrimination in favor of or
to the prejudice of either side. If the
board 'findj it desirable so to do, they
may control prices to be paid teachers,
and thev are prudently- to Tequire com
fortable school houses to be provided.
These provisions ihdtpate. the pnnci-
pal changes in the lawr-rall other are
r t'l.T'J J
pimorenanges, luuueuwrasaiji iu uituir
the system conform to these provisions.
As lj understand it, tne assembly in
tended! to separate school affairs from
other cWnty business, and put them in
the hands ot persons specially appointed
Willi. a view men uli.cjv iu in mi ci,
,i . i i i '..il-.
them juoiciousiy anu economically, giv
ing them large discretion, and evidently
taking into consideration the fact that
the State I is exceedingly diversmed in
its interests and population, and on this
account demands larger local discretion
than has heretofore obtained.
. This local discretion extends also to
the county superintendency. While
it i& almost axiomatic truth ; that there
can be no good system of public edu
cation without the service ol an active
and competent superintendent, some of
our counties are slow to realize the fact.
Such 1 counties are allowed, under the
late legislation, to elect an inferior man
superintendent, restrict scope of his la-
i -r j -i ii ' a:
Dor and jog aiong , uemg cuutiuuanj
distanced in the educational race by
their more progressive neignoors. a
successful business man never invests
ThreeTiraportant changes in posUl
rates will go into effect ou the first of
Jtuynext. I he postage on letters nfter
that date will be two cents an ounce in-
; New York j March lC.Jformal notice
will fee served upon the Eist Tennessee.
Virginia & Georgia Railroad company
today or tomorrow demajndiug the surr
reuder of the Memphis. and Charleston
Railroad. The stockholcjers claim ahat
.. .... ..... iT-flliii .it Mift outset snd
HIS lease ...,....- y
stead of cents a half ounce as at present, fthat since Uo East Tennessee got iuto
The postage on newspapers sent t regu
lar subscribers and on sample copies seut
Out by publishers will reduced one half.
All cities haviii!? intirH ilmn 4 nftfi in
habitants will be authorized to establisli
a special ten cent stamp delivery service,
by which letters can be hastened to tlieir
destination. All these chances were re-
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corameuded iu the last amnuil report of
the Postmaster-General. About the wis
dom of the first two there is very little
doubt. The ten cent stamp project is an
p xierimeut, and its wisdom is still to be
tested. Provision is made for establish
ing this service on a separate basis from
me regniar delivery aiid-specification is
made that it shall not be permitted to
interfere iu any way with the latter
There is no apparent reason why it 6hould
luteriere. lue argument that it more
prompt delivery cau bo secured for ten
ceuts than for two. it follows that the
present system is very defective, does
not bear examination. A special mes
senger with teu or a dozeu letters can, of
course, make better time than a regular
delivery agent with a bagful of letters
B. B. B. This is the conc erned Blood
Purifier that saves time and money by its
use because it cures Blood Poisons in the
quickest time on record. It cures Scrofula
in thirty days; the kidneys relieved with
one bottle; Hereditaiy Taint of children
removed with one bottle ; Skin Diseases and
Erup ions cured with two bottles.,1 Syphi
lis of all stages cured under sixty days.
Each bottle proves its wonderful value.
Large bottles f 1.
financial diEScnlties its t)?rin
bcea complied with. . General Thomas
snvstnai iH jiuai tt
' - .... . . i
ami Charleston road wil enable mm ro
para dividend within twelve, moutus
after the surrender of thejroad.
RoMEThiso roa the Bat. What a ter
rible affliction about the house is a cross.
i.ui.v!t A vonni? man on inc verj
j r . . ; ..
edge of matrimony inigiitjcasnj uu i.v
cncdTfrom tils purpose by having too much
ot tnat son i music i n
married friends. Yet babies cry common
ly only wh2n they arc sicte One teaspoon
ful Of Parker's Tonic give the little one.
will bring rest and sleep tfi the Daily ana
all in the house. Only 5 cents, at drug-
ir Notice is hereby given to u1 ' ll?
haying claims agaU.st the etaVe T"
Sechler, deed., to present ti e Jrt'
ntdei signed on or Uf,w tl.e
March. 1880; ami all Vvms
the estate ofa.id deeM U, iSe
ou us and pay the same k-it10 lt S t:
B C. Sechlek, WSl5eH
ifarch li)tl, 1885. 22:Gt:I(d I ' df i
- 'iui m in,,,. s
Ml in. fill fn 1 "Wl
and restored to perfect health b
Druggists sell it.
The Graham House, cn West Church
Street, opposite my residence. Seven
rooms: Has been remodeled aud repaint
ed inside and out. Good enrdeu aud ex
cellent water convenient. Apply soon.
(It) I. H. FOUS r, Agt.
There was abig fire at Atlanta, March
18, In the James Bank Bloek, and con
siderable property invblved.
.... - ! ' . .
opening of the Georgia' Pacific road has
have testified that the clerical force there
. I l-ii i i ii -j . :at l Jx
Th f.dhmiiifT inia r t linned from ),,,! ...I. lvn nmiii Atlanta' trnilft COUld De reduced One-llliru Wimoai UL-.
idn.;h'R.nu... Mp av a v.mit. Kiu i AnA;n r . triment to the service.-
ed 42 robbing iu two hours, Saturday, straight to the heart of wester.. North inasmuch as .fteadeht Gland s a
i rw vi. -a .L .1.. . n .... t .i worker, it has been rumored that the
with a 25 caliber r fie nearly every on Carolina will have. It us ho, the social interests of the White House will
wassnoinrouguvie urau. xwogeu- Marietta aim ivorui ueargia people win - nndet - hisf administration. He
tlemen wre nding outfof town Monday take good care -to-be at Murphy, so as not nnt giye s0 many grand and expen-
jOTcuiog, iiwuhi:k, ..v.i ...n a to unnecessarily ueiay me cousiuuiua- give entertaiments to the favored lew
4 negro ,rQlJuiga wheelbarrow, llien a tion of this great, work.
change took place, and the two men in
in official lif ev but he will devote more
time to receiving the people, rher
will not be so much, formality and court
like etiquetffe. observed. at. the White
Watching Bar rim Disposing of Plunder House, but guests will enjoy themselves
d:c.f in tlte Departments. as much if not more. My prediction
is founded partly , on a clause, 'm Mr
WnahbWnn. Man-h 14. Tli RMrtnrr Cleveland's inaugural address. The
of tim Naw tndav directed bv feWrnni. purport of it was that the social and
ceased Mife, aformer pupil uf that school, the commanders of the Wachusett and domestic lives of public officials should
stead of being on the horsestbacks, were
flat on their own backs in the miildle of
the road.- -We learn from the Sentine
that the Salem Female Academy received
an endowment of $1,000, to be called the
"Louise Fund." The amount was civen
by jMr.F: H.fries, iu memory of his de-
GEJtf Grant. A
Shenandoah, of the North Atlantic squad-
be calculated to inculcate habits of
!- j il 'i
Wtr V.L- (..lorrrnm XW fl..l I- : , economy, iO UVOIU reSlltJSS tAtl U VilJiilUCU
lit 1 . . . ...
mony with the spirit of republican in-
PROTECT YOUR FRUIT TRIES!
IUPE0VE AND SAVE YOUE FEUIT 1
moneV in anv enterprise without either From the wastiko ravages or the cuk clio aud
T i. j -l u:,ci volrtTrinrr other destrucU e insects, by using
superjntendingit himsel W. WcstbrookU New Insecticide "Victory,-
a competent person to supenntend it for Remedy for tne Cmcmo
him. 1 This principle applies to SChOOl Mota, BoreK Canker Worm, B.ack Aphades, Wooly
U;:LM lu AU IWo A short Apbis,&c. This remedy Is NO HUMBUG. It Pre-
UUJ111TOO " """" v- " " venuthe fruit Irom Diopping Off, Kotuug, Becom-
term 'of iarood schooling IS worth more lng Knouy, Wormy, &c. saUsfactlon guaranteed it
lulyA BUVAt P f the direcUons are followed. If the ' VICTORY"
than-j a longer one OI mierionty , time fail8 benent the trees and Improve the fruit of aU
is nvpd in nrnnortion to the efficiency sorts and classes tne money waiDe reiunaea.
IS saved 111 proporuuu iu tue exiiicu Prtce $6 per lw lD3 un(ier 25 pounds, 10 cents per
of the teacher, and a good County SU- pound. Full directions with each package or bag.
. .;, i, . i ,i Send for descrlotlve circulars. Local aiid TravcLna
me emciency oi Aaent. Wanted. Uberal commissions aUowed. "An
r t , ii
the teacher in a marKea degree.
ounce of Dreventatlve Is better than a Dound tf
cure." Use the -Victory" in April broadcast under
rit nA,-.nrtllnn will rnf nrwf mnrh if anv. to the trees, vines, plants and vegetation.
ui ; i vr rvTr ' fZ Address W. C. WESTBROO
more tnan was tne cosi oi cuuuty
' The ! system is not more expensive the trees, and you will destroy a great army oi
n. ifLL i,4- rpi 1 Woi-1 sects and save your fruit and protect your ti
than; the old system. 1 he special board Nothlny hurtful In the formula, but quite benet
y f DEALER IN -
BLACKERjj N. 0.
: Attontion 351,r,xxxor,i
Of Steele; and surr.Hnftinfi townships!
Ilavint; been with and ajnonfr you for the
oast two vears. I have stuldiedjrour inter
estsand necessities and ean assure you that
my General Stock of Merchandise is always
complete and up t youf wants in every
particular, and mv , . .
ROCK BOTTOEi PRICES
will compare favorably with Salisbury, Con
cord or Moorcsville, and ropeetl'udy ak
your favors to convince ou that I mti.n
business. My stock eonssts in
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Cloalis, Shawls, Hats, &c.
Ready Hade Clothing-, Hats, Boots
and Shyr-tor Ladies, Gnts, Misses, lioys
and children, ami wanaiitedTo ive satis
faction. Also a line of ure Family Gro
ceries, such as pure Sugajr, the. best Coffee.
the best Chewing and JfuukiDg tobacco,
Snuff, and (as our Reprentative saiil) the
best Cigar outside of Salisbury.
Mv Hardware line is Complete, embrac
ing Plow-shovels, Dixi j jtuining and dou
ble shovel' Plows, Bolts Rings, open Links,
Shovels, Forks, Rods' f Singletree, Plow
points, Nails, Rods, lleej screws, Horse and
Mule shoes, Well, and Water buckets, &c.
Aho a good line of Saddjes, Bridles, Collars
and Gearing. 'Just icceivetl a good lot of
Chicks, Stone, Glass anj Tin VVare, anl m
factlkeerievcrvthing usually found in a fir t
class storey and will maVe it to your advau-
taire t. come and see m beto e you buy.
I take great pleasure in show my goods,
and in giving all the information possible
to my customers. My 5?aml 10 ct. counters
of Tin and Glass ware Jfe complete and go-
inor nnt. raniillv.
Remember I receive produce quotations
every mJ from the bett houses North, and
will pav the highest miiket prices for any
thini? vou have for sale -irom a'chicken to
a bale of cotton. Respectfully,
J. ROWAN DAVIS.
March 16, 1885.-3
It is a special remedy tar all d iaj iJ.
tninin? tit tilt Wdnili. mul i-inv u- . r"
o ... nnr Kdn
s ill! inv
k...tt fm pilru li.rtAll l!v s ... 1 1 . .i
i.a v a i a 'T f-ia.'l III. J 11-.
lions it i! especially iethcacious in
J i not ft
and i.artial prolapsus. It aSordx irnmu- 1
relief andieriuai)eiiily restores tl.e inetwtrJlT ' I
funetiotfe. AsaTeiiiedy io be used dui'mit tK . : I
critical period known as VCit VGF.i;FLirt''l
this invaluable preparation La- no rival j1----
- : 1 a
Saved Her Life !
, KIDGE, MCIXTOsil Co
Dr. J. Bradfieli l)ear.ir: 1 i,HVe
en several boll les of your Female Kciguliior'
for falling of the wod and ther lii &Kcia
bined, of nixK'en years Ktai.liiL', and rejju
believe t-am-eurtd e tirely, f.r whicli p
accept my heurltVIl thanks and most f roA4ut4 -gratitude.
I know your-ni-dicine M.id mr
life, ho you see 1 cannot ii'eak tw ijlghlr fQ
its favor. I halve reoomHit ixbd it !qfTeuf
of my frtetid yrbo are Riifli rii c as 1 k
Your verv respectful I v, I .
MRS. W. K..STEBEKS.t
comhiissioners as boards of education,
and the fees heretofore paid to regis
trar of deeds will be eliminated
Seeinki that the constitution of the
State reauires a system of public educ
tionj may I not ask the justices of the
Deace. the county commissioners and
the people to assist me in executing the
system given us by the assembly under
Late of Wilson Nurseries, Wilson, IN. C.
Our Treatise on the ''ileahli .ind
ness" mailed free.
Brafielu REOCLAt'ou Co., Atlanta, G.
MILL STONES, j
rnHS UXDEKSIGXED has tou;-ht the weS
III known l)W.x county inn
STONE QUAKHY ot . E. Phillips, dew,,
and will continue li supply -the public
niand for Mill Stones fioni itils c?lekut
g kit so well known throughout iliiscMntn :
lor lta,su;)fi1onty for Mill Stonrs. Granite Dlocfa
for Ornamental purposes,' Monuments, to ti, cu
also be had atrthls quarry. Addtoss,
J. T- WYATT, SaMMrj-S.,
of Saturday, in reference to the condit ion at once to Ceutral America.
Af l.k n a. t- f,.tw.i.an IS- . . ... I r.l... .1 -I. 1. ,
..'V ' ? i r , 4'UUii,;r ; mauu8 " " u,,ce uslu stitutions. This sentiment had caused
sajim-: "If left to himself, he would not h-on remaining near New Orleans, were L i In Jf WnQhinofnt,
live foar day . He is very weak aud in- directed to hold themselves in readiness circIes ocieL people don6t
wisposea to tiiiieftny nourishment what- to execute a similar order. Of the North doubt that the President means what
ever, because, of the ! pain produced by Atlantic squad rou three vessels, the Ga- he savs. and that his entertainments
lena, Powhatan aud Swatara are now in will be for the public to a greater ex-
Central American waters. The eutire tent? and for state dinners and exclusive
squadrou will be held subject to orders receptions to a smaller extent than has
from Washington: These movements are been the rule for the last twenty years.
uuderstood to have direct reference to Lavish expenditure upon entertain-
I 1 . ! 1 TTT1 1 TT 1 It
the endeavor tf General Barrios to make ments at the White nouse anq.m tne
himself supreme military chief of Ceu- Cabinet households; compels extraya-
tral Ameriea. gance m ot-ner omciai circles wnere it
Secretary LamarV today directed the 13 .fPrlvev Secretary Jiayard has
j imitate the constant festivities, recep-
. 1 -
swallowing. I lie is uever hungry. : De
spite .the earnest solicitations of those
who care for.fcim, ho has refused toJeat a
morsal for two days lit a time. Theii the
memjjers of his family; ga!therironnd him,
and beg of him for their sakes to . take
eome-DoariHliineut. ' He then consents to
the ordeai, nud is iu-variably exhausted
by tlie effort,! but in ,an hour or two he
begins tonend, and thereafter improves
Tery rajiidlyintil hik system calls out
agafclor Ipod. Thti he grows bvorse
alajqjniftgly, ntil persuasiou once more
prevails upon him to eat, Ida (Fred.
Graafs wlfeVis rather mote successful iu
UCAling-with lus woods thau anybody
els,' fcud it is usually from her hands
thai he finally accept food."
REPORT OF the CONDITION
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Salisbury, in the State of IT. C.,
their constitutional requirements' to At the close of business, MariO, 1885
the end that we may provide at least a resources.
rndimpritiirv education tor all the chil-1 t Kina on1 Hicinni.i'a
dreii of the State, and to the end that overdrafts
lint mnnnv we do snend for education u- s- Bonds to secure circulation
....... - - A 1 T,, , ...
Jllt tJKi lUUltlvuc., v. .v. j TJllAfpntn nihX..tn1 TJonl-o
May inoi nope uiai wiMi, ucuc uicnt Keal estate furniture, and fixtures
and suitable men may be round in eve- current expenses and taxes paid
rv county who will consent to act as premiums paid..
members of the board of education,
which is the foundation of the system?
. M. INGEF,
State Sup't Pub. Inst.
chief clerk aud superintendent of the Iu-
iv . .; r :
-Prettdent Cleveland has very long bu
siues KoursJ He is iu his office ready to
aeor people! 8.45. lie is there, with the
czeentinii f his going to lunchn uutil 6
octficiv when he dines. Jlis dinner is
j- , nola log a(rair, nottliree or foujr hours
?"N like- the Arthur dinners. By the
irresMent is back in his office and remains
vO; 4 tKerrf nMilHfiearly mpdoight. iiawbim
last ingnt a ; little before 1 1. He did not
1?, at . all fatigued, although it Iwas at
the Close of a very I0115 day. He said he
had hardlybeeii out of the Whit House!
loco he came to. Washington, a week
'agoj yesterday. He;is very mnch sur
j prised Ah th cpmphrative freedom he en-
' joye-here from the pressure of ffice seek
i; T . jpCv"H had anticipated a gieatdeal of
. j W Jicpmforifrom this source alone. He
wtotU, however that i he is not nearly as
i ' ' tnucfi -annoyed by personal requests iu
Wasliingtorf as he was In Albauy. He is
. ernitich jiuterestetl iii getting ttie de-
' - !AamAnaVa. . ... : C A. 1 . '
iriiuaE.iw upuu uj ursirciass uusiness
fasi He sis now; devoting his entire
i lute to the consideration of methods and
ieajicalcobAted to see are the best results
Jtt this direction. AW rri- World. , '
tenor Department to dispose at public tions and ceremonies of his predecessor,
sale of all the horses, carriages aud ,Thft brilliant pntertammPnts fof the
equipmenU which are the property of Frelinghuysens will be missed by a cer
the Iuterior department, excepting those tain element of Washington society. rbut
used for trucking purposes, the proceeds the extraVasent methotls inaujrurated
of said sale to be covered into the tieas- by the ilast Secretary of State proved
my. luebaio is to take place as soon very oppressive totne ipreign aipiomats
as soon as consistent with the interests who came -here- to represent their rov-
of the public service. The result of this ernments on small salaries. T,Be army
order will be the return to their rcnlarj an na7J officers.,xand many othera in
duties of seven emidoves who i,n- i Ipflicial and sdeml life- who felt?, bound
ft r - - w w VVVU
IfEVER HESITATE to give Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge when j our children show
thefirst symptoms ot wjcrms. You cannot
affojrd to trille with worms, they work in
earnest and to kill.
Checks and other cash items
Bll.s of other Banks
Fractional paper currency, nickels, and
Legal tender notes
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
" per cent, of circulation)
...$ 74,967 75
... 60,000 CC
. . . 10,305 4")
. . . 8,421 92
.... 1,120 34
.... 1,000 00
.... 2,740 00
$1.00 spent for for Kinch will cure any
ease of G. and G. within forty eijrht hours,
without loss of time, change of diet or any
used as drivers. A Bimilar order has
been made by Attorney General Gar
I to- keep up, the standard of extravagant
disayjestablished, Will-welcome change
tnat W4U aimmisrt tne expense oi a
AVashington wiiitdr. 1
The New School Law,
Lurmuighain, Ala., March 16. Mr.
ti......... i... . y-
w.amua.1 xiiuuuic, kwv grt-ai Pennsylvania
It'fvti L'ltknr tpla.. a .I...... 1 . a. '
a r v ; 7 .7 i , ? u u modifications as Explained by the Su-
ot valiisiliie i:il nnil imn : ,i.s . I i A--.. - j .
: . : V iu;. un. permtendent of Public Instruction,
country, is expected to visit this citv iu a t j. W t -l ' n i. t, -j j
fi..v Aava u:. v!.a-..'. . . : I trust' that it will not be considered
i, . u nnwrr ' f -Parcaf improper for me, through the news
t me u qn te s.gnificinf, as he wrote to Daier essW of the mat educators
tie ;ew lork lioXAge a few inout-hs if the people, to explain the modifica
ago that he intended fo visit Birmingham Hons bf the public school law, enacted
iu a short while, and ivould, duringnhat by the recent general assembly. I am
. u.vm. ucuicr ue wouia erect ex- movea to ao sa because ot the numerous
tensivevoiKS there. - , inquiries relative to the matter, know-
lts currently reported on the streets ing as 1 do that it will fieeessanly be
that the Sloss fnrnacn mniMni 'ni I some fweeks'baf ore it will hi nnssihle for
w . . . 7-
gin the-erection of auother 125 ton fur- law be published and sent bnt as
uactTthi spring. These ironmasters nre rjmired by law!
as silent as the linnrt ..f tt.t- he prominent changes from the old
orabeds concerniuff what they pronose law indicated ; by the ... following
".uS, uuu uis nexr-to impossible to
ooraiu accurate lufonuatiou of their
BALE OF LAND!
On Saturday the 18th d.ay of April '85,
at )the Court House door in Salisbury, I
will bU a tract vf nine acres of land,
more or less, formerly belonging to W.
A.! Wise, aud situated on the Statestille
road, seven miles from Salisbury, adjoin
ing the lands of Itad Wyatt, J. E. Uriggs
mid Juo. Goiirky.
The bidding will be opened at one
hundred npu forty-eight dollars and ulty
cents Terms of sale, one half cash as
soon as the' sale is cbntirnied, and a credit
of: six; months for the other half with in
terest at eight x r cent,
1 I J. F. KOUIXSOX, AdmV,
of W. A. Wise.
March 1 4th, 1835. 22:tdofs.
- - OF
Capital stock paid la
Surplus f und .
Undivided profits ... ?
National Bunk notes outstanding-. ..
Dividends unpaid. i . .'.
Individual deposits subject to check
Time certificates of deposit
Cashier's checks outstanding ...
Due to other National Banks
Due to State Banks and bankers.
.$ 50,003 00
. 2,100 00
. , 63S 6S
.. 43.0t0 OJ
. 5,154 9.
. 1,343 C4
To All Whom it 3Iay Concern :
As it has been reported by. certain parties
that my rhain is not correct, I herewith an
nex the feilowincertihrateot thebtanaru
Keeper of Rowan county, which explains
itself: i .
Thlstnay certify that a blialn I stamped for J. C.
Beriihard;is correct, buu lh utln the chain the
handles at'each end of the chain must be Included
lnthe leuyfih ot the chain, j ms. Bkown.
February 'is, :
Hoping this may be satisfactory I remain
Verv IIespeltlull'v, &c,
J." C. BERJttlEARDT, C..S.
March 5, 1885. 2t I
i , -7 1
By virtue of a decrle of the Stipt'iior
Court of Rowan county in the case ol .John
Luvgle and others against Margaret A. Lin
gic atutothcrs, I will sell on Fri.lay 27th
'March,' .183.), on the premises at the late
residence of Lawrci.cc jLinj:lc, dee'd,
250 Acres oi Valuable Land
adjoining the lands off Ruins Fisher, Mo
ses Trout irian, Jeremiah Earnhart and oth
ers, known as the Lawrence Linle lands.
Terms one-third cash, und the balance
in twelve months with interest from d.iy ol
sale at the rate ol eight jur ccnT. per an
num note and goo sijcui'it.
.JOlINt LINULE, Com t. ,
March .3d. 1885.
Standard Keeprr's Notice!
I hereby notlfj- all persons In Rowan County that
all Measures, Weights, and Surveyor's chains must
be sealed or tne penalties ca me law wiu ue eniorc
ed upoai taoae who lull to comply wun inis nonce.
a a . . . a . a a. la aa . . a . a.T
La 111 '.IB DRUH.l,
Feb. 26r lS85.-it J Co. Standard Keeper.
SOHETHlNa NSW !
State of North Carolina. County of Rowan, ss
1. 1. H. Foust, cashier of the above-named bank, s3? LAMP CIIlMab i b .J3F3
do solemnly swear that the above statement Isti ue that will not break by licat, h-r sale
L . 1 - - i TT- V V. . .
to the best of my knowledge and beilef .
I. H. FOUST, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of
March, 1S85. w. L. KLUTTZ, J. P.
Cobrect Attest :
S. W. COLE, )
o. A. BiNtiHAM, v Directors.
K. J. liOLMES, j
DIAMOND DYES- All
wish at I
DON'T FORGET tp call for Seed of
all kinds at EXX1SS'.
I will sell at public auction at my resi
dence, ten miles east of Salisbury, on FRI
DAY, 10th DAY OF APRIL, 1SS5, all ol
TO TIIE LADIES:
Call and see the Flower Pot at
Latest from the Federal Capital : "The
Rebels -have seized? the Government."
Lntr TJ. t mm pM. Gi-finl Grant
a year.r-6'.vcao Tunes.
-J . r-
Caicajo News. '
Iteal Penance. "Are yon going to the
ball tonight, Clarissa r
!What t Go to a ball in Lentt Of r
course not, Charles."
"May I call ou yon then f
tj av '
1. Un ttie ttrst Mbnday in Jane next,
jid every two yeare' thereafter.; the jus
tices of ; the peace, and thctyunty coni
missibners at. their Joiiit. mej&ting iire
required to elect three Tesidentf of thgir
connty, who shall be a connty board -of
Their duties shall he the
supervision 'of tKe school mat
ters of their county mainly such cs
By, virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in
trust, executed bv J. K. liurke aud wife
to J. C. Cowan, dated the 8th day.f
starch 183. and registered in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Rowan Connty.
h Book No. nasre bS, &c., and upon
4.hich default has beeu made, I will ex
nnew -for fin in, nt miblic auction, at the
fVwV) W tW I ' ,
Court House door in the town of Salis
bury, oir the 20th day of April, IB80, at
12 o'clock, M.,-the following real estate,
to wjtr- A lot of land situaiea in oaus
burv, adioiuin- the lands of A. L. Johnson
Miui Shophia Thomas anu tuners, oeiug
he lot 011 which J. K. Burke now resides
and! in the West Ward of the town of
Salisbury. Terms Cash. Dated at Sal
isbury, this 17th day f March 1885.
I'M J. C. CO WAX, Trustee.
- , M T i l
, . n;:i u, eume up tomorrow nisht. are now uerf ormd bv the cortntv rr,m
JI am going te the skating riuk, tonlsht jmisiioner.. They are to meet four times
A RADICAL CURE FOR'ft jtoo freeindulwnc, '
ovor Drain vara. am :
line im pout ion pnMh
tiou. mnMtt for Ow ;
trouble.. Ort ot rm
I Circular md Tritl Pick.
! age, and Iram imaotaal
facta before ttkiri tieaV ,
mrnt danrhtre. Tut
CUKED thoutandi, aoel
not interim Ua alra '
tion to buiinrM, ar w
pain or iaccntenirtiata
any ef. Iw4e aai h
plea. By diriir?irOjtw.
to the teat ot .
fpreifia tnOutset la fcl
withota. Of lay. i
unl fimctibtnef teaa-j
man orpaninn u r
of life,: vbH-h banaam i
wailed are rirrntiMajw i
the patient become. abe
ful and rapidltfahuM j
trni,Tth aud acxuai ai. .1
wi II. W wr w laa. - -
: Tested fob over8uc
Years oy use in many
THE A T3LE7TT.
Ono Month, - $3.00;
Two Mon,h8, '6.00f
Three r.ox.tbii. 7.00t
HARRIS REIVJEDY CO.. M'FCCracn
S06H II. Tenth BuBT. IXDUI3. IfO. :
Rl B QTUREO PERSONS Wo a Tri-
Ask for termii of en t A rpliaaea.,, , I
wh ca-xvjLs ?3-ian jcixaX
"Gi tce xcat in all lur tcp, Ilearaiiktr
eye, t -
In ev& y gesture dignity and lotef
So appeared Mother Eve. andoini
xhine ler fair dtsctnlanli, wiih thx i '
ercise of common ifem?, icare ami jptr.
per treatment.- Aa enormous imJKr
of I'eniHle cotnplaii-ts are direclly fro l
ed by tii..turlunct or suipfe8nin of'
1 he Me nst ra I Funcii(n . 1 n traj fnefc .
case th.tt Merlin-; arid unf-iling fjxtific
Buaofield's i'KMALE KtOLIaXTOlp
will effect relief ami cure. j J
Q It i from the recipe ol a mo?l dfim-
H fcuir-lnd l.v!j(:ian.i It is corapOMoe'
ba ! tstrictly officiiiHl nredimtn, : nhcw g
q n.ipy cornoinatiop ia nmruirH i,
Mpaxed. It i prepared willi ncUalifc'itj
skill fr.om tlie fine'4 maleriala. Il)i jj
M the palm for constancy of fitreSgtSt;
q .cerlainty of effee-elegaiire cH V"V" u
n lation, beanlv of appearerice'ar.d irrll t
rl.:. ' .... 'IM. . . i ! r An t ID III P
I lie iri'imi"",' f ,
It ntver faiU
favor iB genuine
: Carter-Tillf C. j
Thi will certify tli.lwo J
of m v i mined ia te if a m i lyf after 'hiJ B
suffering for many; veyix from mttuvr
!al irresulariTv, afild liavirti; befn i f-
!- i . .. ... t. " .ei' i... .iw mailCf
doctors, were 1 length ebmplettN
ly one bottle of Dr. IJiadUtia :
Keeilator.-Ils el!Vt i n such .caaei
imlv wranlorfnl lirnl Wf4I ll.aT W?! I
edy he called "WomanV .B 'f04
: Yours BespM-i folly. I J
Send'for our bolk on 'fl
Happiness of Wminn." Mai.edfK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TTnv. nr minlirtfrl nft "F.rpontr.ra nf thr
uiy jiujjcu., i u estatc ol Get.rge M. Bernhardt, deced., w
miicn cuw a caives, six neau oi biieep, ,H,ret )y notity al! pemms h iving claim
tknaa lticlH f llmru nno Si f run? Plltfail-'l I . . .. . a s .... P.
wiivv ....w yM..w., - or:iinSL tile? (!(!(!.. tOi CX lill.it t ie R.1IUR
two horseVagon andiiew Harness, also t(7lj3 oa or before th(, .Jth d f)f Ft;bruary
iuuSuc.. i.a.UCTS,--t .unB, uuuin, on . A)j person8 indebted to thesai
interest in a new Geiser Thresing Machine,
a new Domestic Semnu 3Iachine. Guns,
Beds, Cooking StoVe, in short, all of ui
Household and Kitchen Furniture. I also,
offer my plantation for sale, to Imj sol
privately, any time previous to date ol
sale? Terms of Sale, Cash. .
TL L. POOLE,
March 10th, 1383. 21.lt.
estnte, are 'requested Jto
witlutpt further noticel
r T ti .
P. .M. Bernhardt!
II.; A. Bersiiardt )
Feb. 19th, 1883. l:Gt.
of George M
The annual meeting of the North State
Iron and Transportation -Coinpany will le 1
neld at tne -New York Office ol the Compa
ny, Room 29, No. 52 Broad war, ,New; York
City, on Wednesday, April 15h, 1885, at
12 o clock noon. E. J. Brixner,
i"B Laren. ttel B-arlncar !!'
ClfXV., UK PA" "
fold oa trlt WrrU Jw
Par Urn took, aduraaa
: JCKLS CF ElKBHAMTOM,
ey in a 1
lor working Pfffjau
put you in tlie a j.ugtilpil
FSESHand QENUITS Gardsn Seeds!!
Persons buying One Dollar's worth of
Garden Seeds or Medicines of any kind will
be given 10 papers of fresh sard en seeds
At ENNISS' B;rug & Seed Store.
17:tf j 9
IVAC1TED! ONION SETS at
ENNISS' &rug & Seed Store.
17:tf - 1 0
a'ny business. Piumeonl-
in inn 11 Jir a.s -- -r" . . , . 11 1 ii .
to $5 easily earned ery "we on ajj
.,Vt wnrii mav test tlie butn( r
- 1 -.-t-i ACTIVE .4JfX EfTKLLIGEllT AGEJfTS In trjrjwn
V A TYTT1 rllJ I ud Nutr to wn ou pofuub new books -&d familt
JfTr - ftd others. koM time ia t fully oerapud. will Hod it te tkrir lnUrt
..vo. t "f-rmert on and otht ToaBf mem Jurt eoain on tb field of otioi. uut
to oorrtM-pond witn vJ?lZmmm tukiK money tod ol self culture. Write for epeeiL
RED C. OILl Cheap--
tiamMtftn-ur I2PS'rAV ro, l.Ol- Male Street. tUelaamaMl. Vaw
VUav" J. '
$1 to pajr lb,el(l,.nt tTt
i-s.rtinnjii,"r' . ; t .rt il,r..au
ru" 'L.r.;... fan all wbuunAlM-r
JiaiiT Aii.1 res STiss0l t o. .
we will send
net nrent thei to 1' !
l a- "!... 1. .. iarv I C w v
ltthdayoi '." "f their reco
Feb. 10th, 1