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8ALISBTOYlfCillAY'7. 13E5 '
i m - . - -- ' - --- -knAM - tfnm niii.iiiii il t : ui .iiuc i , - . m. iiiiLni m ii . '
or Oie i Watchman.
B I ;ABDJt AL.' -; i-r . --:
Fur atrny fropi ftieiwl anl home,
Aiiiidst a liiiat Jf atrangern
'T 1 1' tpMANENT CURE hrarrlr caiiif, anl Und alone
iJ.Pr ' , negaidjeaaof
' -yia aadlIiidi??Uon
pR. W. W. (HtEGORY,
'1.1 'v n.. Nov.20;i884. Ami wme of tlif m wr re bmties, too ;
Werr " reatlK?n-fit t nysell V liue iiwu nc
fTi . - I .
f r.Uoiuineiirt it tMne V.
hnndred veil ascenainea iocnuc iu "r . .Hxtl
l the Soath, wid only waiting for skill statemant that no c(Jtmtrj:;lw w
ancucapiiat wj uwue wcm. j can proauce iuwuw ; .
all daiifff ra : r-
Hen. rewl ved-trt lire each day
So none may dare impeach her,
VVa 6iV fJie uoea lur, radwnt way-r
A brave Utile iiuaic teacher i
tiidrea by tlinaanda 1 IiareVen ;
inl some M inera wrre wnu
none f theiii like EW.ieiie
jlcmbcr N. C. Lisiat
m an ne ra and her form,
liar farm and tr err feature. - t .'
Prove her litrtRmtfi true 'and I. warm'
Lonely little ioic teacher I,
K other one; now eqnala her .
enrth liellt-a and lasses.
. il. i t.uir IVwl in tltin 4n(fitinent nil concur.
Viif i' W iWe nwrt it with treat Iu accoiuulkbuiBtai a l mUnly
USUommeml it to riy one A .we4 litf hr MMleat freatnre, - -
ffiJiepiv in.!l2e-Mo . 'Bove a other Nrue and kiujl , .
tram r , l Is. ! l!.. ........ I.,,.!.!.
CnARWTTE, N. C.
n a. JKNKIK8A
. ,i : i.'
1 1 xT ' . anti a . s- a lino v f a ; . a ... ai i iix
EartlHieVr (ontjaiiied a brighter gem,
. Nor vet a tartr one I'm me ;
Tbere'n not hi u in her to cmdemii,
I.OEBaKEU asd Tb
i irARM VAGONS.
izies & spring w aguuo.
Iria ancl! Guaiio DnlK,
jbVs Hilling and Walking
Ramus' HAimoVVS, .
Hi mph:Straw Cutters,
1.. as. - -
lEneines ana jjoiipre,.
AHO G91ST HILLS,
;?&ne nnl BoiUr Fittinji8--0uns,
W,P"y"?.v" n P.i.. ind'lJri-
Jit n i in Kirst Class
SKrYeey lUan tUey Have ever
kU AAimtrv "
QSEaK W. SH1THDEAL.
crowned the risraroua advertisinir policy
of the State are proofs of the good cer
tain to be everywhere derived from en
terprises like the great Exposition at
t n t Ti t ' -Lii lit. .!
I iMew uneans. ii may De saiu wiui cuu
fidence that our Fair has had no stron-
rriic KxpositiUt unci North Caroli- ger mends than the government and
N. 0. Times -bctaocrut.
Genrw W: Iw.1r
-0 " IHICMIUI U
the "Batf Bwy.V liaa ben anlotirntntv
j in. Florida, in search of health ami
Nftrfert Cranlina the temptation to seek .
man t T't. " w! now heinz Jnade to
gK em. T.ns ;;.E;ita.; the
: j: VQln l?nw foundi tration 01 wie raiue wi r nr "wnme in dackson-
b . ; . - : r.t Sfii fVnf tin ret beeaknown. i ville." he writ ea. "and IooL-ihI
incr aiamonaa 01 Tame, ure ucwg r . k ; ! i
and in some cases systematiclly mined 0f our State that has yet beett known,
Much gold has been taken from North m& this introduction into thef European
Carolina iuiut, uui, o.fe&v&-, , marlcets 01 Jortn uaroima
nothing to the fa produrt.on when metbiig for 0W ;pcople it? rejoice
ine Known aurueruus . , . ;
vUn, fliAmncrrilv rirosnectedbv the over.- Charlotte Observer
prabtical miners and scientists who have
. : ... . Al l 4- .nil
.i. lr. Inlrnn firk rTl fVlA anVllAct aim
are' constantly going into the State on
xpronng tours. . ' ; X
t. A iwent ilool mfti rnnia be said COn-
oerning the opportunities for invest
or. DavisV Iteply.
frmii U'A heart beseech her
To give herself to liiiu away-r
Iively litrlri iUic teaclier! .....
Oh, wei-e iill hwlieb, but like her,
Then lieaveu'boou we'd see on earth!
And alt to niarrV would prefer '
Reganllefs qilU. 'f wealth or birth.
Wo.im ii then vpuld be heler indeed,
And fiewn hion the iocket leachtr,
Wliile on the.v fail heir 1iuband siKsetl
Ijke the little mimic teacher t
Gov. Ireland, of Texas, andis staff
and a large party! of Texansvwho have
Vwn lohrn tin r fTeiaa dflt aiLthe New
Oerning me oppuriuuiwca i av v. ;o i . . ; fTt - x em
Carolina, and illustrated in her wonder- son Davis Thursday at his home at
ful exhibit. Her mountains of iron ore Beanvoir, Hiss. .Several speeches were
i i oritr mi1 f?nv Ireland sTjeakitis? for tne
other . State, and with- transportation Texas party, declared that the object
" 'i. t- t. l j hIa tli trtoif nfn fr ra nnn shake nanda
development of her magnetic! and cran- with-oherof the grandest oftatesmen,
oerry ores atone snouia creaie an mr uuuiesi- uj. iuwi, uu r.
Inense wealth and State industry. We' To this Mr, Davis responded, urging aU
cannot here speak of all thesp things in to be good and true citizens of our com-
I because the splendid and brilliantly sucr worthy of citizens of a repubhean gov-
cessiui movemem oi iMon-n iyaruimu w cruuicuw uu 11 vr.v.
cbmpel the attention and consideration tutions, to see to it that these pnnci-
df !the world through her past and pre- pies are founded in justice and that the
Vinnnr nnt tmfb nf historv be oreserVed Whether
?ii? -1 " .11 o ii.: . .C .'dnn In eiViAnlci err frvr trip lihlaiT.
umtauon uy an ouutuerii uuiuiuumuco, wiibtcii ivi j
- : . . . 1 i 1 1 A 1 !
and because tne nappy results inai nave
1 11 j
villi." h wriifS. :inil Imtbtul :
f -,----- -w--v. Ul III
front of the hotel and saw green, trees
of all kfnd, orange frees filial with
rioe. veilow fruit, tshade trep niaii0
aj,avy - 7 t w v w
the walks with oranges on, and ladies
.. . . .
wiin iaras4ia(l began to look around
for the South (xile. It was au en
rhanting sight to a man. right fresh
from a sleigh ride in Milwaukee, and
I got out into. a couple of jtants pret
ty quick and went out to wallow in
all this verdure. I wanted to go and
roll in the grass. I went dawn stairs
without waiting for any elevator, rush
ed through the offii-e, Cirgettiog all
abut breakfast, and legaii to walk
about the park and the town. The
oranges d id n t look nht to me. s i
neorjle of North Catolina.1 and that, in
case it is decided to re-operi next autumn
bpart v and
A a one of the visible results "of the ! pfiprptip rn-onAnition.
o unu s rajr,i ui aici ivai, vuww
Littleton's Sewing Machine Relief
Spi ing does one half the labor in sewing.
It makes heavy machines run light.
It niakrs liht machines rrin lighter.
The spring enables any one to ran a
mnrhii-e without becoming fati.ued:
Use the spring and no injury will re
sult from riiuuiiig the sewing machine.
well ordered 1 there is
air money man . uj "'... ; "
lilluraer tor tu best selling book out. Be
&lv. None lall.T'erms Tree.
TfSSmiJooico,, l'onuad, Maine.
, ; -
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
j aierslroed Is preparettto do all kinds of re
WU tlnds of wau-lies, clocks, & c, and at
iMiHe prices. Leatcauuri, juuj -...v ,
ijal.rfaaiertafl's Store. Salisbury; and try ine
MBkk ta the Bounty
1" 1 K :1
STANDS AT' THE -HEAD!
are to-day several million Americans
from every part of Uhe United States,
and foreigners representing all corners
of civilization, who are convinced that
North Carolina, one of the chief and
H ,Oi.i il-- XT
most progressive oiates oi iue iw
South, is a dommon wealth possessed of
an imperial aray 01 resources, agricul
tural, mineral, marine and industrial,
Rnrh as few reorionS of like area can
equal any woere on the earth's surface
rnor to tne spienaia presenimeni,oi
the State's ealth and possiblities, con
tainpd in irJ onlcial exhibit, the same
millions nmbablv had little idea of
"MnrK flurnlina: bprnnd the fact that
w. . ... J
1 II 11 ..'-ii' 3-i : i:
it epjoyea tine, ramer aeienoranug
pseudonym fof the j "Tarheel State,
mWtp a crnnt dp.il of thmentin and resin.
nnd -was ut)Dosed to deal in ilsh and
ovsters to stome extent. Beyond this
1 : ! ''.f-rf
alwavs one firm sweet temper, which
controls without seeming to dictate.
Itemoviny tho Snperntiraerarles,
"-. i v r' '.-4-' 't'-'i- !. '- : V . '
A WasnrntrtATi lpftpr impaVrTtfT r tVi
reform movements in the departments,
says: ;, t ., j ; , .. .,, ;
It has been determined bv the heads of
the several departments that clerks who
have grown so bid in the public service
as to nave Decome inemcient ana prac
tically helpless must- go, fthd hereafter
all the departmental employees must
perform a fair dat's work for a -iair
day's pay. ' In almost every departmant
of the government there are clerks wha
have been in the !service .upwards of
forty and fifty years. It is true they
have performed good work in their day,
but now they are incapacitated for ac
tive duty by old age. Some of these
old veterans receive $2,000 and $2,500
Ser annum for sitting at their desks
a ay after day and occasionally attach
ing their signatures to official papers,
the contents of which they never exam
ine. It may seem 'almost cruel to turn
these poor old feU.ows but" thus late in
A 7 ti
n altcptivety.en- f :
r lixteninic in n , - ' -j.
Aii old fellow who lias a h'ahit of
t T. I ... L".li aIJL" ''i'x
uAiKing up mi a man attentive
ST.ngwl in, talking oir listening
ftorl. Jkticl leading I him out to una 1
mv ihmiiv iriunig iireiet or.fiiiicr ,
Mas pnlleil up with a short halter 'tha: ' l ' C ,!
tli.-rdav, "h'J;,;; -v
I I understand, you have a I 'coVto r ;--
sell," said, he in a low voice to a nian - t,:- . . '
whom he had walked a way some for- 't
tv feet frum hw cmjnlonsa wilhati , t j - " t
ir of gre.it jmN)rtaiW aud secrccyv, - " ""'
I "This tray," said the vieitim. with si . :
oranges didn't look right to me. M kVi8; PV - eutt , , . .lusaieia
couldn't see how they could grow there h tfie present administration de-
Immense Shipment of Western
'North Carolina Lumber to European
Markets Poplar Pldnk A40 IncAes
iirac aw(i 16 fVe Long Sending to
North Carolina for the "Finest Lum
ber in the i World."
A shipment of 225 car loads' of lum
ber from Western North Carolina is
now passing through this city for the
seaport of Wilmington,! whence it will
be .conveyed in vessels to Europe. The
fact that speculators in Europe find it
profitable to pay the j transportation
charges of this lumber over such a great
distance -by land and sea is. sufficient
proof as to the value of the lumber it-
YOTJNG LADIES1 COLUMN.
All contributors to this column will
address their communications to 4'YouxT
Ladies Column," Watchman, Salisbury,
Fur tho Yoirag Ladies' Column.
Tom Moore s lines m nis poem ot tne r , . -m 1 i. Utma t 1.
"Dismal Svlamp" were perhap taken I r TT Z "a
i j- i.iui.5i--:f -5:: lpranders. m Buncombe county, and
the country1. Surel t the-visitor to the comes to Charlotte n i Western N orth
ionn Carolina exaiou wuuiu xiavc maronna cars, ana nere;it is iruusieuw
hai-d work to reconcile the regal display the cars of the Carolina Central road
SLiTlJr: and carried on Uy Wilmington, where it
stones, forests, busy Jooms, spindles, is transferred on board ship. The ship-
pottenes, mills And, furnaces, with a ment is an immense one, as . a niue
section wherein the traveler would be thought will show. Tlie work of trans
compelled, to journey "through tangled nA:nrr fn4 inmnpr fro'm Alexander's
!r was beun on Thursday
WUere IUK SClUCUUCCua, aim uiau I ... , , ., , , v
trod befcreT ? to last week, and the shipments have
The Noifth Carolina exhibit involves averaged about eight car loads per day.
at once a revelation to the world and a Yeaterdav there were! ten car loads.
revolution j to the. State. - Both were Ipx. xr loaded to its fullest capaci-
needed to (put onejof the chestand j 3Q unds of lumber.
nntrnrpsi nr nur -HisLers m me iiuiit i . j- .
rank of new Southern progress, and ' Thls lumber wn:cn f &?m t0
i.1 1..K T. miJa nrnvlrl I r-nna, ia cmd tn Via tllP finest in the WO rid.
has learned, "practically, that fortune and great care is taken! in its shipment. !
await (he skilled adventurer in almost rn r,rpv(ini lumber' from beine in-'
await (he Med adventurer in almost To prevent thc iumberifrom being in: 1 and tender
. . L . . T ns w.iK nnva Kmn rr fob-pri Wlt.n It AS It I
tne same time, me pwiue ui mc uw - . w. -.t u ots
North Stab have absorbed the equally as much care being taken with it as if
important lesson, .that to. sell goods sue- it was so much dry goods, HiVery pianK
cessfully one must advertise them lib- jn this shipment is of poplar, and is
erally and intelligently. Of this latter w;th great regularity in the
fSSLSTT1 "XZZ. cats, each car being filled from floor to
Reantv is an ornament that becometh
woman, and it doubtless is a fact that
many of our ladies make it a lite laoor
to render their persons beautiful. Some
few. are successful, but more find in the
end that their efforts have been futile
resulting in disappointed vanity: They
may trace their failure .to their own ig
tinrancfi of what constitutes the really
beautiful. The poet, I think, has given
us the key to beauty s secret treasury in
the following lines: .
It's not in rounded form or graceful mien,
Or smiles where pearls of nature may be
It's not in locks of auburn or of jet
The stamp of. beauty is most plainly set I
Not irrare in tnotion; footsteps lightly trod;
This is not beauty which will always last,
As time rolls on 'twill fade beneath the
True leauty is more substantial made
Not to decay, noreasily to; fade
Something unfolding fmm a hidden mine
Wh'ch forma the galaxy when these com
The fountain of all beauty is the heart
Which must radiate or dim each part.
If pure the gem the dazzling casket shows.
Perfect the light .-with', which the mirror
Such crood advice as "Leone" gives is
ill the streets, riirhtiu reach nf pvprv
r -0 - - T j
ir..i- i. i. . '
nine iMy in iowii, wiiuoti. oemg sto
len. Iu the North, the sourest crab
apple that ever broke a man's jaw or
puckered up a pretty mouth would
not be sale a moment as exposed as
those oranges were, and I could not
believe that boys iu the South were
more honest tlran boys iu the North.
Then I got- to thinking, and made up
my mind that the oranges were tied
on the trees with pieces of wire, ami
were intended to deceive Northern
people. I thotijrht it was a mean ie-
ce utiin, and I made up my mind to
expose it to the world. I asked a col
ored man if there was any objection to
a mau picking au orange, and he said
he reckoned not. bo 1 reached uj
and trot hold of one and nioked it. J
looked for the wire string, but it was
actually a irrowiiitr oral lire, and I had
j 0 0 ,
more faith m Jblornta than ever. 1
shall alwavs believe that the colored
man smiled when he saw me take out
my knife and cut a piece out of that
orange. Anyway, be turned tits duck
when I started the piece ot orange to
wards mv mouth. Many of my read
ers will remember my mouth as it was
when 1 lived at the North. It was a
pretty decent sort of mouth to stub
arotuid home with. A plain, every
day hort of a hole, with teeth an
tongue and lips-, when 1 took tha
nifce of oranre in. Ye irdsl The
orange was as much sourer than vine
gar as vinegar is sourer than honey.
And bitter 1 Aloes and rhubarb and
quinine combined would be molasses
iMiside that orange. My lips began to
curl up aud draw around under my
left ear, my teeth became loose ad
rattled around like dice in a dice-box,
and my tongue clove to the roof of
mv mouth. One eye opened so wide
that the eye-ball looked like the lace
of a six-shilling bullVeye watch, ami
the other closed spasmodically ami
winked so that a colored nurse girl
who thought I was winking at her got
up off a bench and hauled the baby
wagon away, and the baby cried as
though a pin was sticking in it," on
account of the expression on oiy face.
1 reached around to my pistol-pcket
for a handkerchief to cover my face un
til I could unscrew my uioutli and get
it back iu front of me, and the coioren
mands that oublic affairs shall be con
ducted on business principles. These
changes may not occur before the 1st
of July, the beginning of the fiscal year,
but they will surely take place, as this
matter was agreed upon at a secret
meeting of the Cabinet.
(ficatiinz toss ofdiis head, coimterfeit
ing the manner of the other to a dot.
v nine W illi lll.
He then lci him
From $22 to $20,000.
WTiPn trip- nnt5PTicrpr fmin cm fhp
Virginia Midland went down through
i i t !! t ii
tne DroKen, Dnaore near livncnonrc.
Rnmptime diirinit thp summer nf 1S84-.
there was a Philadelphian on board who
went down with the train and took his
chances along with the other passengers.
The Philadelphian escaped without a
i.i i i ii '"l; v a tL il. -
scartcn out lost nis vane. Aiier tne
lapse of nearly a year, this Philadelphi
an concluded to hare damages for the
loss of his satchel and wrote to an at
torney of the Virginia Midland road
that if the company would pay him 22
for the valise he would let the matter
drop. Capt. Chas. M. Blackford, of
Lynchburg was the attorney addressed,
and he wrote to the railroad authorities
to send the man a check for the amount:
but before the matter could be attended
to he received a second letter from the
same party, stating that he had a se
vere pain in his body, and feared that
he was permanently injured, and de
manded &1,500. Before this letter could
be answered, a second communication
was received offering to compromise at
3.200: and before anv reolv could be
1 1 9 A
made to this proposition, Captain Black-
lawver. who described his client's iniuri-
w J T " W
es and stated that suit had been entered
in the courts of Philadelphia for $20,
000 damacres. The railroad campanv
has had the case removed to the United
States Circuit Court.
That Philadelphian has evidently
been a close observer of the way lunes
are in the habit of treating railroad
corporations, and sues upon the princi
ple that railroads can be sued for any
thino-. it will not be lonz until it
corae3 to such a pass, that when a train
jumps the track, land owners will sui
the company for permitting tne train;
to light upon the land which borderi
along the road.- Char. Observer. i
Railroads Superseding: Canals.
ncrosa the afreet.
through a blacksmith shop wJieraftho - .
old man burned a"tiew lKht , by step- " '"'
ping on a piece, of hot iron, out ,thro'
the liack dtKir and. into a new build-
in over the vvu v. . .iThew ctimtietl UU " --.-:
wi ladders, getting niortaipined on1"'' ' !
their clothes, ami finally uronght up J
out he third floor, and sat down side
y side on a skid, botlr blowipglltke
lielligereuts at 4 lie close of a fus?.'' -They
s;it there silent for three tniir '
.htes. when the old man began to get
jimtiatient, and leaning forward said:
! "Welir 1 -.-;.t:
I "She's sold." ; UH
J. "And so am I, liy jjngoH saljljtne
old man. as he fionned tin and startett "a
Lback to the ladder.-j-CTiiorto Zgef.
ManuatTrainIno for Bovk.-
The New"York Sun says, the report
lot Public Schools in Boston discusses
-the exiw riment of manual training for
boys, iwobumlretl tMy, from' ten
ditTerent grammar schools, have'bceur?
Minder instruction in.-'carpentry; twnn
hours a week since September. Theyu
!were selected lv themasters SrotntJ
lamong those fourteen years of age ptw
.a . . aa ..
older who had the permissiou ot theirs
parents to take theinstructioiu. ThdJ
experiment has already gone iaret
enough to prove that work ot this kiou 1
can be joined .to the ordinary gram-h
a a k .aa
mar school work with good ctiect,
. . . , . it-
says the oupenntentienrana tie ao i
vocatcs the making of provisions foC
industrial training ivt girls as well OS
lor boys. i
I t i
iifin rlu.iMiht I was yoinir to draw a
s timely, and let us nope some oi - - ? w ,,
o wtMVij, r, i ii I ..latnl mwl Kt'irted oti in a run. Hell,
young male tnenas may neea uus i""11! . ,
e t , . , J .i.i. it. :i- i k,wi . ,.i..tiirp ol mv face when 1
y a y rm vi nnia in 1 f 1 m iiuu v -w -
g, ana u
warning, ana ue uuc uuw . V. - i i-.i. .. i
1 linrw she will write I took a mottiuiui oi un
, H I 11 II . I. 1... I I.a I IwiliM'llwl III
some of her kinaiy ?ouiu sen ineui vy ""-
(Selected for the Ladies' Column.
Why Women Dress.
If women dressed solely to please
i .Ua ...il.l m-i.l ft I
ill tne museums ' -BornH.
And that h the reason or
anges are safe grow ing in the streets.
. t.w sniir to eat. and a boy
will not steal anything he cannot eat
wlcdired Leader Is a
" " M that cannot he disputed.
Wjwt Armed. ; " . !
; LUKtcst Ibmningr
r I II Jle Host Beaut'iful Wood Work.
J ort hV best m ateria l '
Joaaya nll kind of work.
ynpletelnverv respect. , .
; ',!te'i uneppieti territory.
HicfiwiNGMAciIINE CO.; :
'ttl.k. ! Hichmondj Va.
Salisbury, N. C.
ation in-North Carolina than in most rr? r . " I . .v. ' " iu. A i.rpeiousittle
other States, and the money needed to root, leaving a smati aisie ui u uUe e" tieiVment lor W would Dr. Beall has dra
a-. J!a i.A.-ii. it- di. . e a. lorJJtur and nnlnnd- ononey OU Uieir raimeiH, vvC . , , .. l 4 A
present ana represcnv fcuc r . . Q far as 1250 goes-now. Xo; tne nis carp puu,
l?vnsaifiMh hoiTiAt hpon onidorpfl. W hat I awia wavV m F.!ih nbinlr is o . .. . . n li.! a.rivlinir tn size.
u4ia4wwumwv. p p - i iu." iun.c w r f rnrh H that one OI tne Cu' lutcuuico wv..-li . . , -i i o
has been accomplished by these means l?.,ii;,t tw tbUmilroadhfindc. :l"lZ i dpsire to 3.000 fish this spring and has about 2,
f ,nrr -1 vcuj iMovv. r w "re uujWuB wur rr ------ -. , anA osyvi A.ither and silver
: j ' ' ' I
ARniy a n c
Dr. BcaU' Carp
. rii. nflll ba drawn the water from
sorted out the nsn
He has sold about
I. 'i-if '
O RGN 1 ZEEr X8.59
CAPITAL & ASSETS,'
S750 000.1 '
Twenty-sixth annual Statement
Jascakt t,. 1SS.
LIABILITIES. : r,
casu capital ....f300,floo M
Uaidjuated Losses 77.. t,000 W
Reserve tor i;e-tnsurane- and alloUier I i , i. ,,7 li
llUUes, f ,
Net Surplu-,..... '. 5,jefll
Some ten years ago. Mr. Edwar
rnnp defied the Massachusetts Legis
lature and the railroad men of the Staife
of Massachusetts with a declaratioh
that railroad transportation would yet
be male die iper than water transpof-
tation, and that railway competition
would drive out lake and canal tranf-
a Tmaanrv KviPic nf Statistics
Va. syu www w -- " - T : s
l 111 1 ' -a ... a a. . . . A . A V.u.a 4Ma LA
(page 41b) it is shown tnat tne tonnage unwea siaws KejiMcrea oodu.. ........ ..,v
O . T -r..i Oi-i Krnlnan VlnnlHnal RotiriK .j .EI JOT SB
transported on tne ewijK oue 8 f. iioa
Canals has fallen from 0,444 ZZO tOU3 oton ManutactU!lngtockS .J 11i,T3SM
in 18G8 to 5,009,488 tons in 1 884, while ouier Local stocks ttjto oo
. a - T 1 f I 1 . . a . . - a. . a.a aW a
the tonnage 011 the JNew lorK Uentrai Ileal Estate (UDinnimoerea cny propeny "i it
, -rr -rt- r -l j i : i- 1i.inK toured br first mortcairea.. '-6.411 14
onH h ndann Kipr nniiToaa lias iucreas- : ;
SCnEDCLK OF ASSETt
Cash la National BaaK.. t T.XH W
a 'I trt
-t 19.SSI Is
: women is uu. uc-c - 500 leather and silver
tne oreasi oi ner icuuh- vv - r i...i - u
.. . , c . i in hia ivinn vpt. areiui aa o
nmi t.are.BpHt KrSS Knto his ponds freeof all
(3aro&4agricultiirar, indusTrial and ! The transfer of the lumber at Char-! hr f rats--as the depredators that prey upon fash he found
scientific, legation at the Fair are, rer lotte is a 'tedious piece of work, and an .nTn7 bornpd cattle, i It furnishes turtles and bull frogs plentiful and fat
.aJ a. Mwrnmnrfi mdtiv ' ennminm9 . . .. l . .7- . . ... in-A. .1, I TTa nantrhf. nne oreen OiQ irOJI aiuiosi.
uuibcu 1Cvciius j 1 lnc-euvTrR rpnnrtpr was Yesterday at- tha eTvoptPt. mv m ine. ana kivcs we 1 w-&- 0. - . .
5 as a negro baby, vv e lnspeci
ocenrfpd'" lot of mirror carp he
Uf the Europe bound weallh oti ty. -That rt me muug m - - -rr shipmenti Moday
w. ww... - v . - . , t fA.MniA hvaoer. wnpn tin ureas un. uuii 1 .. m l
it.'-: it:. , vr rwli Mcf SpvptoI lnmher i - I wrr nnl s:iw them troma ivwo
Uie SUCCC83 ttMMtaiO vw vwnu mv-.Uhu woiwuwa av. -v.... .! nV,ervpr Of the -I State-StreCt BUUW ii6, - . miv
fli ! ' ; , i i. A Viaori"V " j ... Lni cnnxPTiPr tn ft half-inCh minnOW. AUW
cuwiw. . - . . ineaiens werw Ktoupvu aiwuuu vu ; A . uncfint. nttpraoon wiu rcuunj 1
Between! Jan. 1 and llarch 31 of the iCU,.,, 7!rrlTZZL' Wowed on is spawning season witn ine carp ,-u
to tnemuusinai capiwuox jLurtu iuw-i ! , i i Vm VTvViTiff of commandments againsi e&x " -" '"" :
lina, and lthe greater part of this sum ever seen.; The square y cut poplar , Jf wSSTabound on mry in the pond-Ioir Topic.
reweiiseasonea.aryanaiigu, If it were .not for this feeling, '
perfect, beinsr sound and with-: riiid not be the exnen-l trw Wnwiv Shot the Eagle.
j M1.L. 1 - au-......-.-- - p WUUIW wo -T T 1. 1 UWU A . ....
nviis saia io cuuic xruiu suuitcs ... i i m, - ri i unrrth ' i :t tit hnan.inns ana i 1.1 -a i?.fn ni wnsuiui?-
.1 I H r a j av. J OjUfc JCliouJ. iuc uumivo ituitu ivufjiu Slve luxury ii ia wui ? i-nirf.
until lately uninformed regarding the! . -Q - , mnw f- n f.iL. "b-mnve this desire to outshine ..a,. i;.ldh.ton. has been an-
. i -f . 4 a-.. . Ika. M AW I 1 ITIIll XVJ IU ItWUi " WW -. - auvmv.v. w - all l VII nuv t -
pntpmrisU establtth-d S200.000 j has
oeen aeyotea to opening a ncu cuppci
. . i. ' i i 1L7: Ci.l...
mine in tne western parti ui me owws,
!.a- ... - l a1 '
company tor tne manuiacture oi cpm
mereiai fertilizers from rnative rocks
i 5l iTL j: ul iL. !
naraiy Known unvu tue upeuiuK
Exposition has beerf started. Machine
shops, tfiacco factories, lumher, flour
and cotton mills, and a variety of less
notable enterprises ; complete the list;
As in th4 cases of other Southern States,
indnstrv of North Carolina
is receiving a remarlrabie impetus from
ll T Til . L ill! ' flYI " . 1 J L.AIA1 1
tne HiXppsiuon. -- iae wona una ucw
before;realized thatt while; Americans
have been crossing a; continent r upon a
slim chance" of a faiint for the 'precious
est plank was 24 inches wide, and the
broadest was 40 incqes wide. Of the
whole amount of lumber in the ten car
loads, about one-fourth of it was of the
10 foot longand 40inch:wide measure
desire oi ?my w :n oll a choce spring chicken or a
,eStHtSetrl 2SS ffita?. .-.w-whie Peon, he would
;en in j the litUe girl who . erch OIl a fence, pick his teeth and
adorn her person with pretty things.
It may be seen in the little girl who u
not yet aoie l""VV: "-"7 ;tare saucily at
a woman m nerinsiuici. w -.., , . ci..
XaJTfkWeu Ae TriU ererbe. La.le her ml tat To-day. SI.eran
mi i AttlTKv fnr enr.K thinCTS I J..;.l.latnrrpHpi1 chofllll. polllt-
O T I I T 1 R IX JV CclXCa UUmwri o I KIT a UHUUlt-""' O '
ment To saw out plank of these di : any m0re than he does: for a doll or a , . . airection of the bird, shut
L'i'A:.-rfi,.nMj aiaUMll Rnf. thftorirl Has tne aerxnessi- .
p'us saw si
ci'iot onlylia iU size,; but In 1 young man, ait, the Null ot long and l,.P. VEfL
to Sss and Action: .The E.,i cakful cultivation. 44 Writ, to l.,rjM
ed in the same time from 1,840.500 tons
to 10,211,418 tons; on the Erie rojwl,
from 2,950,000 to 11,071,000 and ipn
the Pennsylvania, from 4,722,000 fto
22,583,000. This is exclusive of the
tonnage moved on the leased lire3.
The tonnage transported by rail son
m i i. i: : s -
tne tour American iron mira mwi
ed from 44,700,954 tons in 1880 to 3,
549,31G tons in 1884. Boston Trans
cript. - a
Justice to the Tailor. f-
Nine Tuiters, Not Tailort. ?
New York San.
To the Editor of hik Sun ftr;
Iii tdayV article on "The Dres Sail"
you say : " 'Nine tailnrn make a man
is a faying which lina cme dnwn to
us from very early days, aud still; the
nh m iller, fir tailor, is the butt in ma
ny a German: comedy. " 1 think you
nip a Utile aslra. The word i"ail-
ers," and its iikc in the seutencelyoti
quote arose from this custom in days
troneby : U jien a jhtsmii diedlthc
church bell tailed once for everv year
thodeceaxed one had lived. Bulfno
bmly could tell by this the sex of the
dear departed, so the sexton, to help
public curiosity, after ringing ii the
usual -way the number of years, faine
to give eight quick strokes if th de
ceased was a W man and nine if if was
a 1 . 1 . a I.aS ft llai
man. liiefe sinihw, urmj; unim
Total Aasets, - $741,380 32
J. ALLEN BKOWK,.agtT
Sallsburj, N. C, Marcb 1885. 1- -
SOMETHING- NEW !
. 1 r a.f . a
(9 LAMP CHDiNEVSI m
that will not bmtk by heat, tor aide at
DIAMOND DYES All colors yotl
DON'T FOItOET to call for 'SeedV r,f
allkinds-ut K JTNKISS'.' .
TO THE I.ADIES ' V
Call a ad see the FlonJcr pot at! ' 4
FEESH and GENUINE Garden Seed3l!
! ' .--it
Pcrtona luyinf One Dollar's worth; of
Garden Sw5U or Medicines of any kind will
be Kiven 10 pr-r of fresh-garden sewla
At ENNI35! Drug it Seed Store
wanted wr The Urta e t
boon ever" sotd tor less tban twice our price. Tb . .
Tastest selling two la Aiueilcn. imiDenka proflta
u Axenu. All intelligent peopl want IU Asy aaa y,
becoiae SaccIUl a?riu. iwmsinr: ' v....
UAUJCTT POO. W -An tuuu, mxuif ..
Notice to Creditors l a
All rMron having clainiaTigaint tfi
-.t nf D:iiii'l CMiamlMTB. deccMftcd. am
il ui.m. I 6" - - - ...... '.'.
the end of the strnkes for the yjears, lierebr noiificil toexunur tne aainrnijip
nallcnl "jailer and the saying nadrnAil on .y befoie the Jl day ol
i. . s.
Nine tailers hiake a mair came j into
we. ! r Allt flA'
Baltimore, Md., April 19.
a in il IHAR. nr thi notice u ill be ideaded
. in bar of their r-cfv-ry. This April 1st,.
1383. Joseph 1100411; Adni'r.
metais, me same were.iyuig iuj
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