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L ',.r information on matters ad-
... -i 1 . .1 - ... i 1 1 1 inrTiXw:
FOU MAYOR. -
; North Ward.
sioners South Ward.
$ Commissioners past Ward.
W ? Gates.
for Ccflmissioners West Ward.
R. J. Holmes.
A Coquet. We have the pleasure of
acknowletbiiug the receipt of a bunch of
Mowers' friii Montgomery designed more
to illustn te the progress of vegetation iu
that cou lt.v than for .their,' rareness.
Thanks to Miss Apdie B. Cottok. whose
thought fulness afforded us such indijm
table evidence that the hill tops of Mont
gomery rt spond . to the genial infliieucts
of Spriug at least one week i earlier than
the pjaiua of Rowan. - s I
' . - . -
Pdleis. Iiowaliis undergoing tho
infliction )f, the pedler pet. Vij have
heard of several very remarkable cases
--remarkable Tiom the fact that' some
men ofiepu ted business Knowledge
have-bee'tj successfully victimized by Ihe
art fill" pedler.
This jiajper has repeatedly warned its
readers that pedlers are not the traders
for honest iwojde. to deal with. Uo tty
pretend tiiat they are giving you better
bargains than you can obtain from v our
regular n erciiant t How is it'psibl fur
'them to c o itj-9 They do jiot maiiufaetnre
the goH s they sell. They buy them
from win Iesale houses if they buy at all.
juKtasdii our merchant sT Ills not reasiui
aldu tt f appose thatlhe wholesale mer
chants will give better bargains to ped
ler than Jto regular loeah merchant.
Nor is it reasonable, to ftiippotte that ti
man can travel about over, the country
with a hundred or two dollar's wortliof
goods on his back and afford to sell theii
at lower rates than a merchant who car
ries in stjore I fromthree to ten thousand
dollars , worth. To do so would reverse
the usual laws of trade. We conclude,
therefore. First that tbe pedler will de
mand and receive a larger price for h'U
r; - . - - v. -vx- --." :- I ' r
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i. K. BKCNES.
B. X. SAXES, JK.t M . X.
JoliD V- - . .
-i ... .,Uir. im." ofi imnortance to
you cannot vote on Morf-
pUnii ot'jH-tiiig to tlie-proposed loca-
: r.- n. fl-Aii'A clitiol Hoiiftt
t this plaef, Imj1I lead tne secrerarys
dtitt i liieuveriiMUii "".- ,
'i : ."k . - ...1.4. r T
Tiose wwtiiig to unow wiuil . u.
illerjw ii4 and. ;eja'red to do, are
fcrreil to iiin notice elsewhere in this
b riofice "of Ni-ws-Obscrvcr in ad ver
jcoIumijsL It iia good paper, newsy
i J reliable.- !
Tlje-itLtijlieran Svnnd'of North Car-
L'Im;iii it-i an n aal sesswn', Tuesday
LatBrilu'l thmch, in Franklin town-
! ... ...
IDinijiMjn l)iijatc!i says: Mr. J. J.
jjifiil lias jca?.el the Ivlutlz wai i liouse
liiiivii On WednestlaVt the Gth
Second, if this be uot true, then that he
tan the local merchants.
g iu damaged gootls or sttek ob
methods uot recognized as roJ
per by business men. It is generally sate
ami best ito deal with the local merchant
whose in :e resit it is to give you the value
of your jiuoiity, just in proportion as he
wishes o retain your custom. The
pedler is here today and gone tomorrow,
so that there is no chance to go back on
hiin il yoju are cheated.
For the Wntshman. --
1 think! I speak the sentiments of all
decent cipzens when 1 say, do'wn with all
political shysteis who are ever, ready to
cologue and hold uaik corner and alley
meetiogsjwiil ignorant negro politicians
whose recognised leader is Pink Hall, iu
preference to, placing their chances for
public favor in the hands of their white
fellow citizens. Our town is not Repub
lican hot it ilt were, ami of a decent sort,
it woulu not be so Iuiiniliariiir as tu bo
obliged to be! under .Hie rule of nucii of
the party as resn t to the aid of pink Hall
and the like for advice and council. Hut
this hasleeu land in our fix as too many
of us know to our shame. Yet there are
xoiiio truy good ineu whojend Their sup
port to promote such men. Oh ! pride of
! our Augto-sSaxjon manhood, canst thou not
,life will begin busies there with it U a i,:,lk Are we to be longer governed
who! hdd their places through
the ignoirant land tlebased iiitlueuces of
,7iil!ojtehiag sale. SaltAbu'ry, accord- ; by ihso
iMwAvUj Tbj citizens of the Vw f'f""U r nr gd uins
i - L . . . : Wiilllil Kiiill :iliil think- I flunk linn triti'
ft OTins,jayi.i- comnieiutauie enter- ol things would to als.
him oR.rci inducements'' to people ! Rumors are 1 lile ou the streets, to the
msia iH me lonaeco ousmess mere. rui-v-i. -mv ii-niuviiuic ciiuiiiuate
. -.t r . -i . ' - . . i ...
d't&rt tie . fvi,. -r til.. in.liKf. v ,fi eiecieu, me lown taxes w.mut run jm
. . ' ' ' "- i (Inn till' t thill, i wsitf l- in Lb" ImiiLu Xti
We trust7 that Davjdsorr
liiiltf it to tUeir ailvamtage to ;
IfjrlolMCco t; Mr. iiau kins.
tsar QcaT."T;ie prettiest, and
X HcHirer II ill produced $6,193 in. March
from 574 ton of ore. Tho 20 stamp mill
making onlj ;25 days duiing the niontb.
fti couseqnencc of these gimd returns the
6tock ef the company has gone! up to 6
shillings 3 d. jer share in London, E ug-
laud. If Gold Hill had been mauaged it
could have produced equal to?hM and
leeii a credit to the coflnty. Instead of
wiucii it ties luie wim uiousanus oi ions
ojf ore in sight a nd machinery for its
treatment. All Mecanse ot tne blunders
of the late management.
I The NeW' Yoi k Financial and Mining
Record asks in its issue ofApril 25thj '85,
'Under whatiiwueihipiiiid auspices the
Ciowell mine ; in Stanly county, is being
opera ted.' As we iindersta'nd it, the
stockholders have mortgaged to (Mr
White.the present Snpt.) ami others, and
they are engaged in working their money
oat of the mine. X Iter they have succeed
ed the original stockholders in. iy came.
infor something. This property was at
one time tho jWopertyjot the North State
Miniug iCo. .They ' liavo sdd it to tle
Crowell Mitiiug Co.
iThe Record; also asks questions 'regard
ing the rich strikes at the Russell mine iu
Monfgouiery. i Our Mi-. Eames will visit
thiat propet ty :as soon as possible and give
Mull report. '
A Afp Ai-tliiir AT :ii1fti'f. w tvttt-fcfnfr tvi
Ciilliaii Mills at the "Little Lead" one
the Russell mine veins, leduciug
about 2 tons per day. Three days run iu
the week ending April 18th, he cleaued
tip JOG djvts ol'gold.
We learn that the Qfanville gold mine
in McDowell county, has been purchased
by Col. W.S Morrow, late of Buckingham
county, Va., and that he is making pre
parations to hydraulic, the gravel beds on
a large scale, j y . .
It is reported that the old King'
Mountain Gold mine iu Cleveland county,
is about to resume operations. (Wiil
Mr. Garrett of Kings Mountain please
write us the particulars f)
credit of ' $35,000,000 jaskedby the gov-
Tempcrljr Gotrrly, radic:il
member . for.Snnde1l.ind asked whether
the governmcut'would en ilea vorto have
the dispute with Russja referred fir nrbi
tratiointotte Unitjsd $tates4f America,
r Gladstone answered that the govern
ment was quite sensible of their heavy
responsibility to maintain the honor and
good faith of the country on one hand
and on tlie rtther to use every means con
sisteut with that honor to avoid war, "I
can givehji inorelpai-tjcnlar ieply than
this.',yrhe; utteninc4 war accepted as
significant and was' received with cries of
near, hear. ' The Pjemier was ehvered to
the echo, both during the delivery and at!
the close of- his sjeech. He was 'also
most enthusiastically cheered when leav
ing the HouseiOf Couimons after the
speech. , , ' "
FOUBIDDISO A tTBUC MEETIN0. -A
Dublin, April 27. Earl Saucer, lord'
lieutenant of Ireland, lias issued a procla
mation fnrbiduing the Nationalist tlemou
stratiou auiiouiiced :to tbe held in Tyrune
to protcKt against the Visit of the Piince
and Princess of Wales to that town,-'
There i great excitement among the peoj
pie, both Tories and Notionalists, mid i
is feared that the visit, of the Prince' of
Wales to Tyrone" wiil not l allowed to
pass unattended lyIeei)ous rioting. j
Paris, April 27. Essjid Piisha, Turkish
ambassador, today ajproached M. Frey
cinct, miuister of foreigii affairs, upon tie
question of the suppression of the Bosi
phore Egyptian. M Freycinct was niost;
courteous in tone and j in, inner and ex
pressed the greatest consideration for the
Sultan, his government and his people!
France, however, said Miuister Froy
cinet, considered- that the question at
issue, concerned only the government of
the Khedive of Egypt, jwhicii by the Im
perial Finnan is made responsible for
the international government of Egypt.
Mr4 John Jacobs the Superintendent of
the Reimer mine and Chloriuatioii works
has gone to his home iu PliiTadtdphia for
a short stay. He has many friends, here
and it is hoped will return soon. ,
would be builtl and ihe.town run iu debt.
Tliese art r'iu tended to Jiiislead thei'gno
raiit only ; fot jinost of us know that tiie
Mayor and Board of- Commissioner cau
levy no taxes outside the grant of the
town Charter, ami the limit is now what
it has been fbriyears, which renders them
powerlessi to tax us any mote than 50 cts
on thu'$lJ0 worth of ' property -and $1.50
(III I In mi 1. Inlii'i if id i.l-il i llmf if t
WnifljUt'Mlk asiil emjiroideied. Neave were even iu fivor of taxing us
Mjflewnifluet of . a'uoiit 16 mouths higher h i and Ids, board are rendered
'. 1 1 .1 ' 1 'I I 1 -vi I I III .II
m-ury ci'e.lUiible in every respect fcPvveriesa io uo so. ne uas una us out
HiMaykiH ..f 'tu.. r;.i, ..:,.i . wi... of i owl? thi,t h d hot
i -:.J ...v ...... , f , .ai;,eil ohm cent: tint. l:it if
t ffut we have yet seen
t by Mjja M Asriii Swickgood,
Every niece of it (and there
- - i
r her sparo hours from !.electedjid willus all the power his offi-
lessons' tit . is a work
t;uiy years to lefl.-i t iI.m ,f rmouey.es n
. KWu'tlaiuf iiJn.iu ......i.. .i.. ' town and i
iia ii,teie.iin- this' year
VP'W; csneeiallv iu
-""fauu baluslMi.y. Tho Deiuoerats
'Hljug their Ibices, and evident-
ttjluisiiHSs. c-ol.JViii.jihftM... u
fpibiicHii caiitliihifi. in YM. ..I..M.
tliioiii-h a div ision in
.r U Ji "iicurei iiiu lUiiv
"'PUB! in,,. i ...-! , . .
, r " o'fau euougu io ue
"e:u. j . l .
BULL AND BEAU.
Tllti CZAR BELIE YED TO BE FOR
WAR. ' '
Gladstone Makes a Speech in the IJousc oi
Commons and Carries his $55,000,000
ij - IFtr Loan Solid.
Lptulnn, Apiil 27: A despatch from
St. Petersburg to Reuter's telegraph com
piny says: War Wtween Russia and
England is now regarded as inevitable,
. The Cz:ir leaves today for Moscow,
and from that historic cjt.y he will issue
his manifesto or declaration of war, if
such! extreme measure should become
THE STOCK MARKETS.
London, 2 p.? m.-Hussian securities
In tliiM counrr. AnrilUh lir Put-
v w ' - -j, AM. v
i. Uetmore, Mr. John Edmnnd Briggs
to Miss Sonhia Ellen. 1;inrflt.r f 1 ??.,
m , , O
Lowder, Esq. . . I - .
At the residence of lh liriilt. f itt.or
in thin eminly, April 2d, I3d5 bv Rev.
Sam'f Rotliruck, Mr. Harvy A. Holshoascr
and Miss Uovio D., daughter of Mr, Cal
Viu L. Browu. v
y Apiil.30, 1835.
Corn, freely, at 75S0; Meal, 00&30j
Wheat, 85y0; Flour per ack, $1.75
$2.00; Western bulk meats, S10; Iird,
I0121; Beef, retail, 6l0;n the hif,
23; Butter 2500; Egg. JO: Hay, 00
45 j Fodder 703; Shacks, 45; Bran,
30 j Potatoes, Irish, for table 7533; for
planting $11.25; Sweet potatoes 00S1;
Peas,90J00; O.its, 4530;Tallow.7; Dry
Hides, 10; Rabbit fats, 2()'ja cts per
dozen; Mink skins, lt)20.
Cotton, ready sales at 10J cts for good
middling highest, 10 J.
Tobacco, sales every day and' prices
Poultry, in steady demand, but prices
A Fresh lot of .Oranges, Lemons and
Bananas at A. PaiiKeu's.
Mountain and Northern Apples at A.
- At the solicitatiou of many frieids'of
differing political opinions, d hereliy
announce ourself a candidate for're-elc-tion
to the office of Mnvor of the. City of
Salisbury. JOHN" A, RAMSAY.
April JUih, 1835.
April 21, 1835.- !
Oar Philadelphia markets are corrected
every weeK. . ; (
Pjul adelphi a M a nK.ET.E van s JB ros. ,
largo Produce Commission Merchaits, 515
North Water street ..Pailadelphi i, rbport
the followiug city markets : Eggsf Vir
ginia aull Southern, 13135.Live 'poul
tryI2t3 cts. per pound; dressed 131C;
turkeys j 16 17, 'according- to qnllfty ;
ducks O0&16 geese 0910. Live at lie
055J; hgs, live 66jJ Potatoes: Jiarly
Rose, chpice, per bush., C0S5l$ui;b;nks,
choice 60C3 ; Peerless, ,0050 ; Karl
Mammoth, 53G0.--Chees': N. Y. Facto
ry, clioice 1212; fair to giMwl, 11 toll;
Pennsylvania fullcrcam, 00(05 ; .part
skims, fancy 5(X); full: skimj, 0l2.
Dried Fruits Apple?,! evaporated in
cases, C7; sliced N. Carolina, fancy 4
gefnt 'sliced 3; blackberries 99 J;
clierries',j pitted, prime dry 12I2J:
peaches, pared, evaporated 1722: . C.
sliced 79; un pared halves, new, 8(gi3J;
quarters ilJ,; evaporated 1014; jnars,
1018; plums, 9; raspberries, 2324?per
pound. !Fcather8, choice geesii 525Ur
Hide.-, dry, 10 11. Honey iu comb, 10
11; beeswax 2932. m
.' ' J ! '- - ";" " T" ' r ' , "r' :i
-'" - , y:M:m
' - :. FV2 4 ' ' :- ...;r-iht.
A Fresh supply of Cabbage ami Turnips
at A. Pahksh's.
Lunch Biscuit, something new. Call ami
try them at A. Parker's.
A 4'resh und varied stoek of Canned
goods at A. Parker's.
- Egg Phosphate Soda Water at Parker's.
Cream and Coffee at A. ParksuV.
wliich will : cial place gives him, to have the town's
nttea lnra way to benefit the
not wasted as has been done.
on the old - utter cleaning system. Be
sides Mq Neave has never nor is nor.
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elections promise to bo ! f - wim
- I t in lu.irl'ik ntlliiif it iillll4t t . .......
II1V 11 q I & lvlllvll lj 41114ft 13 III? Ill f 1 1
IU SHUC i tif iniikll IUik1klf lit till t-htli t m.rt-
AsheViPe, iibr their Mayoii ( Citizkk.
'ffid. democracy., I We : sh;
.jA?J:ioro whetlrcr tho fol
,HMi:. . ArrwoiMl,on-
tiiil . ? " ' vHuicu at. rai-
. lult Jfminty, a tiew village
ifi..L,, U U "coining a place of
4 Ell HUl,0,t:il,ce. iu A'onsequeuce
.,yUc?tl0U;d advantages it is ofie.--U
?;Wic- 0. C. Hamilton, as is
wtitul'. j , " UJ nonces in
hH,fvrr g,m,a TIelocai
! ' J favorable for lncatirual
" eetiiff iir :i . ...... -k i- -
c --- vvuuii aoouuuiug
:uf,;the soil and
, 1 'iu
aan i ..
4T fto T J
oiis too common In our
lzm ?;:.' L' ,or lhtt k
1 1 "i i
V 1' Johnston,
l J Peeler !
Amelia Heilig (2),
Jbiry Albv, 1
))' H Alexander, .
J J l iipet.
C WelK 1
iStllS Hill, j
J l liiiK-art.
4.1 f . i
J- 11. Kausat, P, M.
It was-Jliy esteemed privilege last Fri
day evening to attend the entertainment
given bylsoniejof Prof. W. .11. Keavefs
inusie jtupjils. It has been my good. for
tune in life to attend many similar en
tertainments, given by various schools
and colleges, and I must ay that I have
never seeii any pupils acquit themselves
more creditably. The piano playing, es
pecially the fiwie and accent, without
which theft) is 'no music werc jierfect.
All showed ii thoroiiiihnesg of training
such lis is seldom found in any of our
sch(Kls. The writer would be delighted
fo enter iiitto dotails, but lime and space,
will not al jaw. J 'pie pieces rendered by
Misses Auhiie Gowan. lh Summerell. AI
RiiighamG. I);vi8, Ida Meroney, R. Wal
lace, A. Smith, Lillian Foust. Sallie Sniitli,
.Mamie Cruwiom. Acnes Aeave. Cat lie
Holmes, Mamie Caskill, Patlie Tnttle:
Sam'l VVilvy were credits to
aiid;honors to their teachers.
Rev. T. H. Prltehard, D. D.,
Will deliver thelLiterary Address at Yad
kin Mineral Springs Academy. Palmersvillc,
Stanly courtty, N. C, on Wednesdav. Mav
the 13th, A Brass Band will furnish
music for tlje occasjoal.. The public are cor
dially nvitpd to attend. From so renown
ed an jorator, wie may expect something
rich, rare and racy.
C.jH. MARTIN, Principal.
kt aii Inopportune Time.
TI. lL. tii: l 4-1 i
imp;issionejd tones, when suddenly her
face became perfectly expressionless,
her eyes assumed a far-away, whither
am I drifting look, and all interest in
"Pardon meiV he said coldy.
. .... ,
evident inqiSereace leads me to believe
that my words are distasteful '. tc "
4N-not A at i-all, George," she artic
ulated, with great dimculty, b b-but I
f-feel th-ihat Tin aa-about to s-s-eneeze
aw chewr hasp chew, shoo! There J
r4ow,iieorge, as you were saymg Jv.
lY.Sun. f ; tfv
declined to 36.
Berlin, April 27. The 6tock market is
uustt-ady. , .
Vienna. noon.-The tone of the bourse
Loudon, 2:3) pi m.- Russian securities
have further deciined to 85 The Egyp
tian ; unified bonds have also fallen and
are quoted at C1J
UUMOIiS,OFiFKESH CONFLICT. '
London, Apiil ;27.-Rumors from , St.
Petersburg of fresh conflict between Rus
siaus'and Afghan are causing great un
easiness iu London and on the continent,
news 'of the Penjdher battle having been
preceded by a similar rumor. It is gen
evilly! believed also that Russia keeping
back I the news thiit the Czar is going to
Moscow ii. considered omiuimis, as a
similar visit immediately preceded the
Rtissi-Turkish' wuV. Press comment on
the public feeling: iif jill Europeau capi
tals is more despomfeot. T
. SENDIXO TKOOf TO TIIE FRONT.
Simla, India, April 27. Preparations
are being urgently pressed for the quick
despatc lif troops to the front.
London, April 27. It is asserted that
the British government is in possession
of information which proves beyond doubt
that Piince Bismarck has been urging i
Turkey to. side with Russia iu the eveut '
of war; between England and Russia.
THE $55,000,1)00 CKF.DIT TOTED IX. A
' X LUMr-
Londen, April 27. Gladstone in the
House of Commons bringing up the sub
ject of the vote of a credit of $33,000,000
asked jby tho gr eminent on the army
aud nHvy siccoiint, siid he hoped that the
motion to divide the; credit would not be
pressel. The government, ho said, would
not devote any portion of the money
Tjjed ; for particular purposes for use in
the Soudan, but Wiiuld reserve discretion
to npply tho money taken from the Sou
dab account for purposes of specialpre
parations. He urged the house unvote the
gbtenrent, the-tmtiiio $3300,000. The
proposition to separate iheSondau credit
forjsteCial preparalioiis was rejected by
a tyoteof 229 agaiht ISC. Tho House
the'u enterfedjjrfo cimmitte6 of ' supply
aud Ghidstxoue proceeded to explain the
object ofHhe vote of credit. His voice
was very hoarse, .iinkfiU speech was one
fit the tutist powerful and tclliug that he
ever delivered. When he !ial concluded
liwcominon without; tisenssiort, as sogi
gestcd iby, GladstoDo; voted the eQire
At her home in Saisbjiry, on April lDth,
Mrs. Julia L. Smythe,! w idow of the late
Maj. Jas. C. Sniythe, mid daughter ofjjie
late Dr. Alexander Long, aged 63 years.
After a prdngi d; and painful illness,
this lady, so well kuown in Salisburv,
passed peacefully awayi to her last rest.
t loin the beginning of her illness she !iad
no doubt of its fatal termination, and she
faced the truth with remarkable calmness
and fortitude,, never suli'ering herself to
be, deceived by false hope or to doubt that
the end was near. Her great and con
stantly-increasing sutlViings were borne
with patience? and cheerfulness. Only
toward the last did her interest in a ecus
touted thingslfail and sl(e expressed long
iig for the change, which was before her
the great chango fioui mortalitv to im
mortality, which she awaited with Chris
tian faith and hone. ;
Her whole life Uaviug been passed in
Salisbury, she was one oj its most familiar
figures, known to every one and maintain
ing manv lifelong friendships. Iu these
she was always warmhearted and loyal.
cherishing with a rare fidelity the memo
ry of countless ii:cidents;of the past. InhtF
family relations she was;a devoted daugh
ter, sister aud wife: It was her lot to
have been almost the la$t of her immedi
ate family, to have seen parents, husband
and listers all precede her to the grave,
but with the sadness of this fate was
connected the privilege of having soothed
tlie hist illness of each by her untiring
cares, her faitnful and (devoted service.
Nbr was her kindness to tho suffering
con fine I to her kindred land friends. A
lohg record of charitable dejeli maiked
her lifei and whenlier own hour of pain
aul mortal weakness caiiie it was well to
h0k baci on these deeds,! to remember the
many7 heds of - sickness and death where
she hail rendered t lie last ofhees of ehan
tyj and to feel that the hands which she
lilted iu supplication were not empty of
good works, tjo, when the elid came like
gentle slep, she passed !n the mercy of
Him whom she had so often served in His
poor, and who for such service has prom
ised an infinite re ward. .
My legs j Air seven years were one solid
ulcer tioruimy knees to my ankles. I had
the bet medical treatment that could be
had ill the ftate of 0!iit, but this horrible
disease resisted a!l the efforts made. The
pain and loathsome odors became almost
intolerable.! At last I wa4 indexed to try
Swift's 6peiifie. It has worked wonders.
I commenced to take; S. S. S. the first of
January, 1884, and have talcc-u 33 large size
bottles. Today my legs art) sound and well
as they ever were, and Tarn truly grateful
for what, it has done; fori me. In fact I
would not take $10,000 'for what it has
wrought ia mc, because I :honcstly believe
it 1: as saved me from an early graTc.
I Jons Kramer.
Cin. 0., Jan. 12th. 1833. j
Pieces of Bone.
For four years I have been Jifllicted with
a very troublesome catarrh of the head. So
terrible has its nature been that when I
blew my nose small pieces of bone Would
frequently come out of my mouth aud nose.
The discharge was copious, and at times
exceedingly offensive. My blood, became
so impure that my general health wasgreat
ly impaired, with j.-oor appetite and worse
.Numerous medicines were used without
relief, until I began the use ofB. B. B., and
three bottles acced almost like anaie.
Sinee their use not a symptom has returned,
ami 1 feel ui every way quite restored to
health. I am an old citizen of Atlanta, and
refer to almost any one living on Butler
street, and more particularly to Dr.-L. M
GilSatn, who knows mv ease.
Mrs. ELIZ ABETH KNOTT.
& Little gold.
Mr. Z A. Clark, of Atlanta, Ga4 in speak
in of itSO.OO in gold, desires to sav to the
readers of this paper, that the whole of the
above amount was spnt in a fruitless effort
in hading relief from a terrible Blood Poi
son affecting his body' limbs and nose
presenting ugly running ulcers. He is now-
sound and Weil, having besn cured bv the
most snct-dy and wonderful remedy ever
be tore known, and any interested party who
may need aJJiood Purifier will 'learn from
him that three bottles of B. B. B. restored
his appetite, healed all-u!cers, relieved his
kidneys, and a ided twenty-one pounds to
his,weight in thirty days.
V'e have been handling B. B. B. onlya
few months, and take pleasure in saying it
is superceding all other Blood Remedies.
It sells well, gives our customers entire sat
isfaction, and we cheerfully recommend it
in preference to any other Blood Purifier.
ASIIEli & MOORE, Drugists,
A 32 p ige Book of ' wonderful B. B. B.
testimo iy mailed to any address,
BLOOD BALM CO , Atlanta, Ga.
The Salisbury Graded -School Commitcc
will meet!; tfMhc Mayor's office on Friday,
May 8th, at 4 o'clock P. M. to hear o jec
tions to the proposed location of the Color
ed Graded School House.' The location is
Eat of tire Nationa'. Cemetery and about
303 feet South of the N. C. Railroad.
F. J. MURDOCH, See
THE ERKOilS OFTOUTn.
A young man aged 24, was affected with
blood taint of three years! standing. He
tried the best physicians iii Tennes.ee, but
to no avail, he gradually! growing worse
losing the septum of the pose almost en
tirely with a cancero::s iiiccration. He had
given uj in d ispair when he was peisuadcd
by me to try S. S. S. iHe jused ten bottles
which tuade a final and radical cure. He
is well and has been for two years, and not
the slightest symptoms ot j return has ever
appeared. C. P. Pke3LY, Djuggist.
Huntington, Teun., Januarjy 3, 1BS3.
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S. S. S. AS A LOTION.
. Mr; : R. O. Bean, passenger agent on the
Mobile and Ohio railroad, writing from
Miss, 'says: ' j !
I have seejj-'pwiftVj Specific used as a
wash for ulcers and pimples with the most
gratifying results. As a blood purifier it
drives the poison to the surface,and then
used as a wash, it alsorbs autl'drys up the
sores. I have seen it used ifcascs cf blood
poison, and skin eruptions1, and these dis
eases disappear inmef haljf the time that
it ordinarily takeVby the Visual method."
Mm.' Oliver Hardman. of Monroe, Ga.,
who hasIud a" cancer j; cufed on Jier face
says :,! used Swifr's Specific a3 a wash in
the treatmtnt of my cancer with remarka
ble suceess. I spunged ifc sore with the
medicine diluted witha littte water. It
softened the scab, cooled the face and
relieved the itching scusatfpn."
We have received assurances from others
of thu medicine as a wash, m cises like
those referred to above. We give this in
formation as we received it, leaving every
one to test the matter for tbcmselTeg.
Send for book on Blood and Skin dis
eases. .It is mailed free, i i
The Swift Sni2c C i.JDrawer P, At
lanta, Ga. , .;
T U HIT P T- ? 11 With nv disuse pecu
1 liU U DLl U Uiuv loy'o ir gjniib ssa?
If no. to yon wtf bring tilinjjs of comfort and
gr.Mijoy. You can
anJ fastorJ tt psrfect health by usin
It i a special remedy for. all diseases per
taining to the womb, and anr intelligenl wo
man can one herself ly folio- " tl.e direc
tions, it if especially eSicnci u in oS; k of
suppressed or painful meastrn iin, in wh tesi
aivn pjrlial prolapsus, it ana H iiii'iif'' ate
relief an J perunnently restores the menstrual
function. Asa rented t, Ik use:l U'lrll.-g that
eritioal period known as '0hamkW LirK,"
thid invaluable piepurutien La no rival.
Mrs. 0'ver Hardman, an old resident!
Walton county, and a. lady of culture aiul
prominence', has this to gay of the treat
ment of cancer with Swift's Specific: ,
- Over fifteen years ago a rancer made ts
appearance on my face. It was treated
with plasters, anl the core came out. The
place healed up after some time, arjt I
seemingly iny face was well However, jn
a few years it returned again with mofce
.1 .'. T. Ji .
vioienee luuu i.'vir. . jjuvb iiic a giuai
deal of pain. The former remedy see meld
to do it no goocl. Knowing the disease t?o
run in the family, having had oi e sistm
to die with cancer, I btcame seriously aj
prehensive; of mv condition. It continued
to ir. crease in size and viiu'ence I almost
gave up ail hop; of being c ured. Tl4
physicians j ad vird the use of the k:iiT;
and caustic. Tiiis ws s more than I could
bear, ami refused to have it operated upon
in that wnyi All other remedies were used,
but the cancer continued to grow worse;
The pain wds excruciating,? and my lile
was a burden. In this extremity my son;
D; llardinrn, recommended me to tryj
Swift's Specific. It was fhe last resort, bu
I was so prejudiced against the use of
patent medicines, and especially this one.
that I hesitated some time. At last 1 gave
my consent, not believing there was any
virtue in it. The first bottle only increase
the size ot the sore and the discharge irr.nv
it, and hence did not inspire mc with ::ny
hope. On taking the second bottle there
were signs of improvement, and mv faith
strengthened- lust in nronortion to that
improvement. The spot on mv face beg in
to decrease , ns well as discharge, and hope
sprang up P heart. Could it be. I nsked
mvself. that! was at last to --be relieved ol
this diseased It has given me s: inan
dark hours'm the cast that the idea ol
b:ing well again almost overpowered me.
There was a contest between hope and
fear for a loug lime. It was a long night
of weeping, fbut j y cams to me witii the
morning. 'Ijhere is nothing left to mark
the place but a small scar, and I fetl that
it is impossible for me to express my grati
turl lor tlijreat delivti aucc. It is a
Mns. Oliveii HakdMax.
Jan 9, 1884, Monroe, Ga.
Treatise on Blood and Skin n;.seae.
The Swift Specific Co., Di.tc i
lanta, Ga. ;
Tula 30w.l?r never rhrlesr A marvel of ifar.tr.
strensia, aal w tioief)(jifleness. More ccchotntral
tban tae orimirv kinds, and eanr.ot Le si id In
competition wiili the ipultiiudeot low lest, uon
weljcat, alum or plio?pinte powders. . foldo jy la
eani. Uoyl LUtiso powi-K-t'o.. 105 V. uli si. 'Ii.
WASHED-OUT 1IAIU. There i a o'rt of .
pallid, chalky complexion which the ijo--elist
call a "washed out complexion.- ft ii
ghastly .cno'iigh, and no mistake. Washed
out, faded, discolored, or oart colnreil pan
is almost as r'ci-ulsiye-nd mcl.inchMr."
Parker's Hair Blsamwil I restore ycur
hair to its original color, whatever it w"fts :
browr, unborn or black. Why wear n.0; s
on your head, when you may easily Juiv;;-
lively, shining Lair. f v 4
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COItUnCTED WEEKLY BY JXO. SltETrARX.
Lugs, common to nied.
fugs, med. to "good,
Luis, good to tiiie.
Lugs, tine to fancyr
Leaf, common to mcd.
Leaf. med. to good,
Leaf, goocl to line.
Wrappers, com. to ineiL
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Wrappers, good to une,
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rew tobaeco breaks for the -past wcelc
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Good, rich, waxy fillers, "smooth cuttersan I
l,ug smokers are in reyt demand and-prices
a shade stiller than the notation. Wrnp -pers-of
all el.ise- are Uiuh and cancrly
sought after. Planters wtnild do well, by
putting some of.th ir good tobaccos on the
market at this time. - "
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COO to SiaU
8.50 to 1 1;(
11.00 to lSiCa
r,.0n to 0-25
0.25 to 8 50
8.50 to 15.aU
15 00 to 10.50
1G 50 to 25.Cti
25.60 to 40if 0
40.00 to 53J0'
A Little (io!d waspont. Mr. Z. A.
Clark', of Atlanta, Ia., in speaking of ?4fi)
in gold, dc-ires to say to the rentiers of thi
paper, that the whole of above nmouQt VfUi
spent i n a fi uifless eflbrt in finding rcljv? .
from a tctrilTle Pdood Poison affecting tis
body, Jimbs ami nose; present ing ugly ri;n
ning ulcersf. He is r.jow sountl iiwd well,
having been euri-d ijiy the most speed t alj. 1
wonderful remedy ever before knownTaud
anv inttre.ted -parly who mv.v need a U'oU!
Punlier will learn fro:t him that three Wi
tles of D. 13. H. resfoieid his tipjM ti'c. heslca.
all ulcers, relieved his kidneys, nnd -added .
twenty one pounds to !.is weight in thiit;,
day?. ' .
Go to EN'N'iSSsnd buy
Ma.thii.e o;ls. -
.Obtained, and all T'ATLSl nr?r:.i;ss at tended o
a, for HOht'RA re--it. .
our onl : f is ;v,,i sli o in' V. . latent orr.ee. if.;l
we can oJt:ila Pannisln b-s t'l.T- Xhnn thoe v-
motetrom 'asiiii)ir'i!i. Si-ni ywi.i or tm"k-.
)l;l.Vn ;-ivi '. Ho phlc-iii iii'Tiil v fr'-t-of eh.iro; hi- '
!-.!. n.-f", to the !! ist or, tlr S'jrt.- f
Mony irx!r Mv.. find io'ofti-.alsci rhv.U. . r.U 1
tet6fH''e. F.-r ein-to.ar. advi'-e, terms ami res:
en"es to a':-tu..l ellcnis In vw n state orrw.wr .'
wrltem C. A , SNOW &. CC. '
Ofp-v-it e Patent Ofiice, Wasuffisfton, U. C ;
Not. 27. 'si. pn ) - ,- . j ' '
Savsd Ser Life !
y Kidoe, MclxTosn Co ,Oa.
DiiF. BuADFtEi.D Dear Sir: I hive tak
eeveral bottles of your Female llegulator
fir fliingof the womb .nid oilier diicas com
lineJ, olVixleett years t:inilingf and L really
believe I am cured entirelv fr which please
accept mv hetrtfelt thinks and ntttft profound
. - . ...
gratitude. I Know your meotcine saven my
life, ho you see I cannot speak loq highly in
its favor. I nave reootimeedeu it to ftveral
ofmy friend who are saSorii j an I wan.
Yours verv respectf-dlv,
MUS. W. E.STEnBINS.
OurTreaii on the 'Health and Ilappi
ncss" mailetl free.
Buafield Kkoclatoh Co., Atlantu, Ga.
"Wit AT You Wast to Ksow. Every body
wants an honest answer to tlti simple ques
tion : What is the best medicine to regu
late the bowla, cure costivcacss" and bil
lionsne, help the digestion and give
streigth to the whole system ? People ask
us this every day. We answer, Paikcr's
Tonic. It is" pleasant to tlse taste. All the
children like it. ;Mol hers all praise it. It
will save a thousand times its co t in every
farail v. Editor lTe. n Arg-u.
MISS M. 0. TAFFE
n.as opened room-in the Old Photograph
Gallery. She has learnctl Dress Making
and the most accurate system of cutting
Vill be pleased "to receive calls 4rom the
ladies of Salisbury. '
March 5, lBAly
" Cancers Co::qtiercd.
The Swift S.ecifie Company have the
most endubitabli: evidence as to the curt
of Cancer by their' famous medicine, S.S.S
Among others, John S.. Mrrow. sn tb!
and-highly .esteemed citizen of Florence,
Ala., makes the following statement ::s to
the merits of this remedy:
VI nave been suffering with a Cancer in
Tnv riyht car, for about three cars. I tne.l
various remedies and was treated with
Iodide of Potash, which produced rheu
matism. Myileetand leys were gnatl
swollen, s that I could not walk. About
one year a:;o I was induced to try SwiitV
Specific, which soon removed the trouble
in my limbs, ar.d my rheumatism is now
entirely gone! and my Cancer isteadily
improving, being better now than st any
time within two years. This medicine fsa?
done mc more good than anything else I
have taken, ami I feel that I am on the road
to a speedy cure. Undoubtedly Swiit6
Specific ishe best blood purifier." in the
world" JOHN S. MORROW.
Florence, Ala , Sept. 22, '34.
I. have had a enncer on my face for ninny
years. I have tried a great many remedies
but without relief. I almost ?ave up hope
of ever being4 cured. Dr. Ilardman. iu
son, recommended Swift's Specific, which 1
have taken with great results. My face is
alnitst well, natl it is impossible for me to i
express my tnanKS in ius iu uai un.
medicine has done for mc
Mrs. olive hardma:;.
Monroe, Ga.,' Sept. 184.
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