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THURSDAY, MAY 2J, JS85. r
tmtmaifer General Vilas, Jiaa wnttten
eircniHr ienci i uviv. ----- ipinuiij - w e
d' Coucressineu jn vmo, u?.-.-,-. u
vvilicv to be pnrsnea in rncreuw w iicuneus " . J
ti hUai workers in th
j...rtmftnt are to he removeU, men
the. OAitj oed their
of that klud. t
Wait and see. The CierelMid lwini-
tration is working back the country in
iMnt asaces and honest hietnoas . motl on hi4 ,i8ter, drew htspuipi nuu
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v n7ml.KionRr Colemani of the AgriCUl- ,as lor SOtU time snowneigusy. "H" lV,ti - nmncrntie nawsnanrr in Char
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k terat Department at . wasningion, ana; qonouess in v.. "r VT 7 lotted afterwards; for many years - was But this would te rmite as insane as if
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and scandalous, lie cauiwu joth-
OOA to be ezoended for seed during the
)at nine months of his time,
mucn oi it inf
0 XiK m Knil Whrn tlierO WaS 0 HWU
if Med, t "aid
for the see at all, or;
K.-vvft been bought at 25
t' iarkaon. ofAneusta. Ga.. con-
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Vieted of appropriating u his own use
Tictea oi fPi'i' ...x-
170 000. fands of a pnonc frusr, ;B Vu i"
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High standing in society should shield
no man from, the just penaltiesof crime.
The State Board of Health met at Dur-
lrrU Tw t t Snmmrll.
ham on Tneaday. Dr. J. J. Suramerell,
and that his predecessojvr.ioring U panftj will be the plefferea m eic jltilairman of the. Democratic tlomioi ttep of the PeWsylTaAiaTKailroad Company
rreable with ways ma i are crwu i me uuvuiigt . lits countr. Demwratic orator, mem berishouW
Saturday last sentenced to six year or i r . rv er ,atEel yttende4L Ter -T i Y7-"; r1 aaDierascajHY, o woman
7 . J i . .i. ,i Ifn,,rl verV:5Jf. rr" : f 'canabte and deserrinff men Uke.Col. Ham.J thev have'snftiff nrtwhdrn. thnt k. mess firms
i imnTisonment anu jaiwr in iu ry was t he son ui, n , ... terrjr piwhht t - - L - t l iJL: -V. u"ifi''. ,T T ,7, y ?r. ,Uiowa this
. . : : I- ! c Ttia mn'rdarurls (Janea who have always been as true tditlsftlvrfcplv irift!aftpihiilA-."f,r"rhia nAr onll8'10 . tuis
i tiary. lie is o yean oru, a mu i iuu -j-nem tuau u mo oui. .-.i.t---rf . . j :r.v,. . Igamis worth
' , lr. and durlne his past life filled many said to lave beenju.eut otherjchn its adverall as they are in its. pros- unskilled adimntstratipn. And Presi- than its weig
; r wi,h notability to tbelW lr,ea.ln ll? ?lel in. V"J w whae fairly won wieir aent-yeveiana cabinet Umcers are have plenti
I ! V; :r i.a. W deweVe c lT spurs W able and nuseiash party service, pamfuly aware of this fact. Our govern- had every
i Buo c, armointmeut is thai of fmeni has grown to be a complicated bald spots
Vindicated 1U Uis case aa i wpu h w jyncners aio luuugiiv v v "'v"" - 7; ' " . .. nnU; .i-. .v. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaai
I of this place, is a member of the Board
and was in attendance, me ocaw jueui
cal Society met at tlie same place on yes
terday; The laws of tho State having
reference to the medical profession, are
designed to protect her, citiiens against
J m wis- r . A 11. J
quackery.1 . The State Medical Society
have, for years fought favorable rccogni-
j-.-e... o - :i
(ion in' enactments of the Tgi8atare,js,M4'u " uuw,"vl "- -v
but that body with its proverbial caution he begun to dig, and it was agreed that
but that body with Its proverbial caution
has been slow to act. The high respon-
sibilityof the profession certainly entitles
It to all tlie legal support and encourage-j
mentit has tardily received, and will
result it is believed, to the public good.
- Thomas Dwyer, a cooper, residing
-near Essex market. N. Y., was brought
before Justice Gorman ou the 14th,' on
- the charge ot brutal conduct towards the
dead body of his wife. Dwver wasdrunk
on the n igh this wife lay a corpse,, and
was behaving very rudely in the presence I
of those in the house, including six or
I more ehiidren. Every attempt to quiet
him made him" worse, until finally he
tumbled; the jce -box and body to the
. floor. The corpse rolled out, and he
seized it by the legs and began dragging
' it about the room. . Persons present were
stunned by the enormity of his brutality,
, but after a' while succeeded in getting
the body out of his hands. He sobered
before the Justice and Confessed his sor
row and shame was allowed to go with
an officer to the funeral, and then return
ed to prison. - '
j A Crash:. Tho fall of a three story
brick building in Charlotte, last Thurs
day morning was a startling iucident to
that city. It was occupied by Hammond
. It. Justice, hardware merchants, on Trade
ifitreet, two doors east of the Merchants
Hotel, had a frontage of 33 feet and run
; back The )btrcer !says the cat
astropue was caused by a giviug way
' of ilio foundation, aud this was caused by
digging away the earth within three feet
of the foundation for the purpose of
making a cellar to a uew j building to be
crecied adjoiuing the one which fell. The
v fall was not Instantaneous :the rear part
of. the wall went first, without personal
damage to auy one. This was the signal
-" of danger to all who were Sa or about the
building aud they rushed out of the wayj
: and from; the outside viewed the progress
lof destrnetion. The walls, 70 feet high,
I then to cQmedowu with a fearful crsh.tlie
roof on top of all.' Fire broke ont among
debris which brought out the fire com pan -.les
of the city. The fire was soon subdued
!v and a great crowd of people stood around
to see and discuss the event, which in-
volved the -Joss of many thousands of
j: dollars. A bnildiirg adjoining On the east J
: owed by Mr. W. J. Yates, was thought to
- be in danger and war vacated as speedily
- as possible, the-numerous occupants
4 moving opt their goods and chattels: It
; j is believed; however, that there - was no
!!" creat I danger and that thn hnillin .an
v a .
oe easnymaae secure.
Remarkable. When an American vis!
its Europe, the hotel keepers and every
body else who recognise them as tourists,
tick on them the highest charges pos
eihle.f On the contrary- tlie aristocrats of
Europe, visiting in ihis coantn are said
to bankrupt every hotel that happens tb
. ware tlie. rnn or the foreign enstom. The
latter are more exacting than Americans
-and will pay as Americans do-for extras,
'-perhaps. . . - . . i; ;
TheGoldsboro Trakscript ond &tc$ni
gtr pf 4 he 15th May, is a j magnificent 16
-v , page iwuri om prist ug ptciure gnuery,
largely displayed advertisements atories
I' news, and a : general , miscellany. The
Messenger claims to baVe tlie largest cir
cttlation of any paper in the State as
certainly is one ef the best.
Hon. John S Henderson 1 who has
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been much of his time abroad on busi
ness, is now at' home, busily working
up answers , to a neayy cprreejpondence
.cymiiinuy pounng m upon nim.. ,
putol was fttfniihd.lp-u lywn w.
ertj IkdfoHl county, .V. Satpraaj,
hwrfi. A. Jeter, arpromineut and noncu -
L8teemed bnsinest man was
shot anu la-
Lnti tuioH hr vnnnr nixn nan
- erryr ooH-weBiH. v v -tyi
ta.bMl liim Wnlarlv whv hedidf
pot came to see his MMiVS
Bog, which TetTTstrae renec- y
i shot Jeter dead. It is saw uie jouog inu
The following Ho donbt anuouDcea
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the results oi me recent . ,.L
n n , i-ravncled :
jlliriii..V4iw"vw .wj m,..."!"-;
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UiV;. ..Vnrnina inrtv of di.sroised BM
. 'T" " t iTL- Lww .,lln1 thtn he, asked for - it-modest Viand
igainea praewnoi js w- ir I r; v" ' . 1
!ia mnntrr. Jeter was thefiiMofnlnfffr.-'-' The Democratic nartv does
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imniL fumniHr man iu uio wwu u mb mw i
The loss by die fall of a large three
W brick ore Charlotte, last week,
is estimated at $33,000. Itdoeanotap-
pear tlrat there was any
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structure of the building, Taat that
its fall was entirely Jlue to digging
away tlie dirtl tti the adjoining lot toj
; make a cellar, thereby weakening the
foundation .and causing it to fall.
Who is responsible ."far "ttoe lossT 0r4
dinarily, the roan who caused it.
, ai.iAl 1.!. ,Tnrlitvnv lurnrA I
v . -r
he might come within three feet of the
Foundation, how, then! Would that be
llilCV JCCI. VI
considered sucla surrender as to leave
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of the owner of the building f- ; ' f
Our fellow citizen, T. J. Sumner, who
is known to l e a good engineer, was in
Charlotte a day or two before tlie disas
ter, and we are informed he warned the
cellar diggers that they
would cause the
buildinc to fall
However that may be
thCU prODllulT PRSL I
remedy, no amount of stays being
available against a certain disaster.
It will be an interesting cftse for the
Courts, and the la wyeraare likely to have
a lively time over it.
The trial of T. J. Cluveriua fur llie
murder of Miss Fannio Lillian Madison,
of Bath county, Va,, is slowly progi-esa-
u at Richmond. .The poor girl, it is be-
ieved was seduced from her home to that
city under falso pretences by the man
Cluverjus, with whom she had been en
tirely too familiar, and there meeting
him went out wjth him at night. It was
t wjtn Uim at nigh. It was
the last seen
was drawn out of the dock next day. Ti e
evidence of the prisoner's guilt is all
circumstantial and fragroental. . Link by
ink. 1 it is picked up ly
and from present appearances the chain
ind from presen t appe
BW jet he completed.
There was a grand Tescapo of convicts
ouuio uavo biuco ueeu capiuiea, oiuers
returned, and about twentv-five desner
as. They are prettv well armed, and
while doing their best to get out of the
way, will uot be captured without a des-
perate resistance The escape was not
premeditated but was fustigated by some
strangers who' furnished them with fire
James Knox Polk, a nephew and name-
sake of the late President Polk, is an in-
mate of the Hartford insane asvlnm. TT
i ved the life of a recluse for several rear.
spending his time in boating, fishing and j
af -'"T 4
hunting, having a: handsome income for 1
lis support. Latterly, he mingled in iso-
ciety and married a Sweedish lady. Bv
The N; Y. Tribune Js accredited withf
laying that high licehsn has Wkedwell
h Illinois, where the minimum license
for dram shops ir:$50a a year, and for I
thn Bitlnnf rlia m.ft l;n... irn .wt- : I
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j i uuiura- vitiuoyi xuuing fortune ltfl. -.. t:.
and then he became moody, and finally VZ.- T V i V X lu,"uw't? w'i W1e P13 .Piaenxiai mstory,
-ts-v.ii . - . especnilly devoted to the promotion ef rash louriialists hayg done,
7a-v'7i enterprise and tiro developmenH has b&ii Jih o&ejtkike , months,
caee is a cureable ones - . :- , c lVrJ.f., t.5. - T; -t v ; ;
ever honestly twtedjt has largely redh- ; Japa haiiiirmy; of 40,000 raen,'a re
cedUhe numher of drinkers and the serve of twice that number, and territe-
aniounc ot dmukenuess. and !turMui1
the rarenna tn ilia 3tfa r.lt.t
" ; awu. xuur iuiu.
The cotton erop for the year now clos-
mr. as nrettveertalnlv naArfnin
nn;rtnn i...,n i ' ;.. ,
rr-....H .u luj.nce. uu. ?P:
W u dciarea .xception.il, a
i1"'1" wiwi lorruer -years. Messrs. i
Latham, Alexander & Co., bankers and!
cotton meiThants, N. Y. are the authority
oil which-this ataramant- tim. J I
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Qen. Sherman,, has written ! & letter
written a letter
wherein ha undertakes to show that U.S.
Grant Is eutitled to rank in milltarr altili
and alit. win. v.
and Moltke. He declare, that he is the
greatest military commamW f mWurr.
times. He saya .Grant is not apprecia I -Vgmia.rfcw.day-ago on the plea of tained Kinch, two: bottles of which effect
ted. ; : "' i .' ' I j I insanity, and. now we -have a similar ed an entire eure without-any loss of time.
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Mr. W. Hk Hunt has been appointed
Postmaster at Lexington, N C.; i '
Tlie StatesvilW JxardonutleQS
ftejtcs the genera). Witimeuts of tho
,e Tr hcn jt gajsj "After'a protracted
t ftgl i between the.,fHeuda of Col. H. Cfc
iIoie8:ofC!iarlotte, and; Qol, John ' Sit
been anpoiuteo unueu ataics vi
aDd Very fthe gentleman. Moreover, lf
one. vou joneaisnyerj Duoiaw
u f-. iJemocrats in'Uio"
ffi j .at wk
for the party, f Shortly after thenar o
, tuA artr. Shortly after thewar ho
of ' the LegisUturelway s r w ise in, conn
ni. bold and skillful in eiecuiion.
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p.r. Tfchi. the Office thatMba..
ted his claims,
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iL.srisir vnnn ir.r iwirnni i mi nrn nn
CaDtl S. A. Ashe, editor of the News and
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Obierver. as Pobtmaster of . the city of
Baleigh: He ns a pure, true und able
Fear country while Wilmington was yet
bis home. Afterjiia removal to Raleigh
he was secretary of the State executive
committee, and in that capacity was one
of the most useful men i4heStateiuibe
campaign of J876. As editor of the Jveif
nnd Obterver. be has" furnished most of
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the arguments which the stump speakers
have thundered iuto the ears of the peo-
n.wl l.o. ,oM timna u..n nn
d himself. He deseWes recocuition
from the nartv. and 1 his
f - t. anil llis annni,ltlllo1it.'tn
the Kaleigh postomce is very gvuuijiug i
a a o1..A. l.AlftMeS)4 Ibaf vlkAn n I
to those of ns who believe that when a
party uas omces 10 uesiow u suouia give
a - - . I .11 I
them to Its Workers. .
X Watanga man sold apples (carefully
sorted! in Lenoir, a few davs aco for
Ujjj per bushel. This was near .vhere
Kaav arrAiv and clifatrsi tliA ml V nt ro nf
i luli a a v if a uu u bmwsb aaaw- o avu v i
WIIuIIIg U1CD till Llo IV iuaiucii nv ra iiiiio
there is a demand for thenn He
not have sold in the winter for 50
cents per bushel.
.The, bicycle" riding at Charlotte by
Prince and Morgan was1 the occasiou of a
large crowd last week. Three miles in
1 9 minutes and 3Z. seconds was the lecoj d
f one race. Priuce's best record hereto-
fore was one mile in 2.39. They outran
horses in several races.
"TrrT Ji xx j V . ,vj V""
totally hindered. The bicycle and
tricycle riding has been postponed to
the 25th. " -'
Farce Ended. The dead lock in the
Til- - i l. l x: j 1
xiiiuuis legiaiaiuxe wuicu iius cuutmueu
hi TJ ?n the
The wheat and oats crons of Vii ciuia
will probably fall off ouehalf as compar
cd with last year. K
Victor Hugo is reported ill with heart
disease and coniest on of the lun-'s. and
is said to be sinking rapidly. -
Contractors are vigorously at work on
the Fayetteville aud Wilson Railroad,
which is to be completed by 1st April,
1886. . -!
. Tlie iuoculatiou with cholera microbes
in Spain-is reported -as successful, the
epidemic disappearing under the applica -
Ulon of the system, -j , .
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lMvUtl ..bya sanitarj com
tteinPi4adelphia laweek, put of
7' loesamiued were declar-
nu,8an?e 9 accountof theu:; extremely
t.i.1 mt.rnAr irnivn .ir .i..i
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I equippeu in . junropeau iasuion, carrying
A fatal disease has recently broken out
1 throat, paralysis of the tongue, inability
ttto;SSS it. "
Th CpresM Association will meet
10,8 Smithsville, June 17th. Mr.
I Walter H.Pageof the R.tlfeiffh Chroni -
I-Ta apirt r)iir i, .s
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1 The fearful aic1cn t PlvmxFi1i tAn
without abatement. It was
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Bu uunug ui weeic..- ,
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mtntess murderer was ae emitted m
lease to report r-at Goldsboro: State vs
a a at .a
fearsall lor the murder of Tom HiW
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and effectively for his party. He was one -n x J.x jx-n
oi iuo uiu.r. kUW p-o to smash, and., fivft r.hftn.qand 1 ill a
r - j . . -i tvxouui ici u icsuiuucK. - - I . amaw
t XFrpm Our Regular 0rrpbhtent. i
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, Ihere is nond of comblaint lnDe-
mocratic circles, "orTmignt" say, rings,
pf vha is galled the President s tardi-
lcss uip vurnm tat't)aa Jtepnoucans
ano.nmunsut vood: Democrats. It
really look4 thmigh the "Adriuri-
ucHXAiuae-vcry uuie, owmaji
-reason j be- tecause tnere is so
do? '"FoaiT vears-was consider-1
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Wdischarged ixi twenty-four hours, and I
thia U donbtless whVt a lar maioritv
t . ? v ?zr:r.. p . v I
men who do not Jmow a time schedule
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Theyhoiild have been" turned out
eidltatt 020. Thev have not earn-
xJ-itx xi 1 1
eu au uouest uoiigr smce iney prontea
K:kk .&uXZ&it-JLA t-:u
w.iruauu ux xiayea .luaugurauuii.
lj x. a. l. - ii ila: i: "i i l
ana , muctr-invoivea Dureaueracy ana
T rw"va- 4vrrm VinvrA Anirwk A-e
i . " i T f F"""" "r
publican pairs' Blanche, Tray and
Sweetheart" will yelp "we told you so:
we told vbu so1
It isj cohJede4 even by our enemies
that the 'present' administration has
made pbut few mistakes. It must be
admitted by ourselves that it has made
L:Ji. rru : j'-ix
uuic uusuanes. xuere is nouivinuy or
infallibility about the President. He
1 MCXHttuar WllUUUK liCUlUS Uf CYCU VttUU
hut S 13 f? VA111 .stronS common
sense, ?ina girted witn tfie grace of do-
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withstanding his slow and caretul gait,
, j a r
has' ocdasiohallv stumbled. He has
mane fiomnaratiTPlr fpw nnroinfmpTif i
out not ail or tnera are the best selec
tions. It was a physical hnpossibilitv
for him to stntlr nnd know :-f hA nn.ilifi-
cations of onem ten of the men who
hnvp Katort rtrnmYYrniAcul fnr rkfflo Vitt
uu w u uvvu a vaw uiuivixui.aa a.wa uxaaiu sj w
nuijuum wiuhuuj1 uuu ktj A.utiiuuo
signed TVitn mtaiy, names, it is a inat-
ter for congratulation that he has suc-
ceeded as well as .he has. Unfortunate
ly, he j has not Jbeen able to rely even
upon the! recommendations of his Cabi
net Oncers , ..and ihas wisely withheld
his signature-from the' commissions of
(Mfflifi tvhn hn.VA"hppn rppnmmpnrlv1 Viv
I 1 ll i -i. X x ?1L "
uxu u,llcuivl iu run lis l nil us wiLn new
the -Secretary xi State because intefi'A I P 0 F L A M D '
prudent caution he had learned of some
disqualifidntion which the Secreiarv
had ever looked
If a president cannot
trust his Own official household, then
wfinml i iU fn tmsf - nnri i if. rniork
able that hp orras.ftnillv flnnoints sldll-
-a,wM .aW w V V a nXlX XkJ AW A VAIAU4 AA,
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nowj a at least honest and sober?
President .Cleveland said recently that
ne naa qeierminea irom tne nrst to
proceqa wjtn great caution in nlling pt-
firAs anA f Tint Vn PTTtfrionpo an tar bar!
nnvir.rwl hini fhnf. hp hnl trnnp nniip
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it might be well for those who are so
loud and so prompt in their criticisms
of the President to put themselves in
his plice. j Each one o them knows a
circle j oi i goal ; aemocrats wnom ne
would: immediately appoint to office.
They jare undisputed good democrats;
but his small circle is exhausted, rival
circles; of as good. Democrats are offend
f ed, and our substitute President is blara-
ior setting up a- personal government
1 P 1 T i i ' .1 T I 1
or nis special irienas it is not easy to-
at President even in imaginatien,
mt it is more? difficult to build real
castle; than to build castles in the air.
I am not sure that my letter will be
in accord with the views ot the Hiditor,
but 4 hope rt will be miblished as the
I - f -; a
view. (Jr. a Democrat and who reveres
M8 trMe expoumiers. l am by no means
in lovf ltn Mr. Cleveland, and 1 do
not aitogetner approve nis appoint-
f iUCXlkdk UUU lb 13 UCI LililllV UreilliLLUI c hU
; as some
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lue ewer. Ayaaraiiers uonvictea ana
rwr a. m va it m a a m
v f oentenceu.
Loxok MaVl8.The iury in thecase
of Curtuiifghanrabd Barton, charged with
causing uie vxpiosien .it me iueroixwu
don and elsetVliere, returned a verdict
this luorning finding both parties guilty.
Thev were both sentenced to penal servi
tude for life. -' '
Cunbirtghani maintained his self-composure,
but Burton broke down and
sobbed when tfie verdict was rendered.
Wheuithis prisoners were asked if they
had anything to-say why. the sentence of
the law should uot be passed upou them,
Cunningham protested that lie was inno-
ttDt. 1-Hss.iij. williiiff to
Mosroe La,, May 16. R. L. Jones late
1 postmaster at Lake Providence, recently
f couvicted of cunaniracv to rob and of
1 rouoiDs we inaiu 01 over iour iuuua.iiiu
I rinlarR trn to-rla r cn tAiirprl to fife rears
t. , - .
impnsoomeiu at hard iaotr.
Mr; TiCA.of Atlanta,.desires to say
. that I tewe-been a constant sufferer with
G. and 0. for over -two years; have failed
til T olv
tchaoe f dlet ortbe use of any interna
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1 One botth
of ft.B.i?. will pur fy your
; The Postmaster General is said to he
planning a campaign against the lottery
men oi .Louisiana ana pudhc swiniuc
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stampede; ' v-v'--"-rv:.--
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. Letters left at hotels and not called for
in teniaja are returnable to tne nearest
post master, whose dntr it is send
tothedead letter "office at VVafcliington.
Few know that this is tlie law in regara
to nn r h ittpr "
di an Vermifuge a triah It wi
n wijl. rAi iu oivis onnners
will destroy and
expei woims ana xeautny tn,
Petersburg, Va., May 18, W. W. Pear-
sail, on trial at GuldroJ X. C for the
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mnraer oi i nomas crow, in wnose case
the jttry failed to agree Saturday, has
been acqitted ou tho grouud ofiusauity.
The Revised Vcreionotthp oid Tcsia-
ertothe printers. Harper . Bros, of sale oi fertilizers a specialty and can say that -2'Sifea
he has not seen or heard of d fertilizer ih thtvt tikni
r. One may feel that
is appearance should
ct. Yet nothing does
Destroy that Sign,
i's getting old, but
anyiuiuR suuut ura i
advise others of the fact Yet nothing does
5ne? .. lue 1 ? ... c .ap
jinis so euociuauy as tuin ana waiting nair. i
i i i
latai sign. x-arKers xiair.isai-
to you. In tnis regard, morc"41 IV .wao crci LUUU piupaiUU. U QOt
iful and glossy hair. Manyhave
i l i
trace of gray ness removed and
covered by using a single bottle, j
AMERICA AHEAD ONCE MORE
IBW ORLBAJTS WOBJLD'S KXPOSITIOlf
Tlie Willlmamtte Ttaxead Company
warded three medals of the first class
at the New Orleans World's Exposition.
for best qnality of Six Cord Spool Cot
ton, for best quality and most compre
hensive display of manufacturing Six
Cord Spool Cotton, and for best display
of manufactured Spool Cotton in black,
white, and colors
A ib New Orlwuis World'i Expodtion. the WUHiMnUc
Thread Co. of Hutiord, Counts disUncUrti American Inctlt
ntlon, train cairled off all the bonora, and tho onlj medal.
swarded for .pool cotton. The compietene. of uu late
WUUmantle Tictory can U better appreciated by readier the
followlnf copy of the report, of the Judge.:
BEST QUALITY of SIX C0BD SrV OL COTTON In.
Humbert for SEWINO MACII1NE aad handwork.
Bett quality and mcst comprehraatTe dbplay of maau-
" facturbif tlx cord .pool cotton, from the Lata of cotton
' to the finUhed thread on .poo!. s.
A vamp : Mtda loftht Jtr$t class.
"Beat daplay of manofacrared tpool cotton ready for ue
1n black, white, and colon."
Awxai i iltdal of the firtt class.
To emphwlze thia report of thejurota, the Committee on
Award, bare mad. a SPECIAL report of which the following
In cotflrmlnf thli report, tho Committee on Award, take
occation to ezprea. their apprcdation of the mperior and
"complete exhibit mad by the WUllmantie Thread Com-
"pany,MweUo4the bTJPERIORlTY OF THEIR PRO-
"DUCT, ai molting from practical operation, at the
"Exposition, and hereby grant the highest award, perm Is-
"aible onder the rulea." Signed, GUS. A. BBEAUX,
Chairman of Committee on Award.,
On Mondav the 6th dav of July, 1885. 1
will sell to the highest bidder, at the Court
House door in the town of Salisbury, at the
hour of 12 o'clock, a tract of land, known
. . lt . . m '
IaaKa IJy-v 1 I U , w4 m aw T a m -l 1
as the Polly Hartman Land, it beinsr the
same devised bv the said Polly Hartman to
Solomon Ketchey and others, containing
154 acres more or less, lying and situated
in the township of Litaker.
ESThis is a valuable tract of land well
located and within a few miles of Salis
TERMS of sale One-half cash, the oth
er within six month from date of sale. The
deferred payment to be secured by bond
ent to De securea oy iwnu
and good security. By order oi the Supe-
"or uourt oi Kowan county.-
KERR CRAIGE, Com'r.
May 12, 1835. tfOitds j
B Mil B
IS STILL ATiTHE
Corner of Kerr & Lee Streets
Willi a full line ot DRY GOODS and GROCERIES.
Also, keeps a First Class BOARDING HOUSE.
Call and see him. 28:piy
Yadtin Mineral Sprinss Academy,!
PALMERS VI LLE, (Stanly Co.)N.C.
C. II. MARTIN, Pkincipal,
Graduate ot Wate Forest College, and als at
tne University or Virginia.
iTinoN, ss to $15 per session ot 5 months.
The onlv school in ihls section that teaches
the University or Va. methods. Vigorous ex-; j
tensive, thorougn. rne cneapesi scnooi in inei
U. S. where these world-renewed methods are
taught. Good Board only pr month. ;
S7 lyl Address, C H. Mxrtik, Prtn.j
P EN S I O N 8!
THE Board appointed to pass upon ap-
plications for Pensions, under An Act of
tne uenerai Assemuiy oi mu oune oi xionu
I r . 1 a 11 01 Oa-A. - A T x
Carolina, ratified the Uth day ot March,
1885, will meet lu the Court House
Monday The Sib Day of JUNE. 1SS.
EVERY soldier who lost a leg, an eye or
an arm, or wno is now oinerwise incapaci
tated tor manual labor -by reason ot a
wound received Uiile in the discharge of
his duty as a soldier or sailor of .North
Carolina in the service of the Confederate
States of America, during the war between
the States : And all widows (remaining
unmarried) of any soldier or sailor who
lost his life while a citizen of this State
and in military service of the State or
Confederate States, Provided, such soldier
or widow shall own less than $500 worth
of property lUted for taxation, are entitled
to pensions under said Act.
Applications may be hied with the Clerk
of the Superior Court at any time before
the 8th oi June, 1885. -
JOHN 31. HORAH, Clerk
30;lm. Superior Court, f
for working people. Send lo cents post,
-tage, and we will mall you re, a royal,
valuable sample box ot goods that will
put you in the way of nlanirnf more mon
ey in aiewdayuuxaQyouTer thought poaslbleat,
anyousaness. capital noi require, loueao uveas
home and work in spare time only, or all the time. All
of both sex. or au aired, eranaiy successful, so eta.
to $5 easily earned every evening. That aU who
want work may test the bnstness, we make this un
paralleled otter : To all who are not well satisfied
we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing va.
Fall particulars, directions, etc., sent tree. Immense
pay absolutely sure for aU who start at once. Dont
delay. AiKuraai!ii?j.i w., i wtiinu, Jitune. t
NOV 57, 'si.-iy
- ' - I j Ard Amenta fnw
, .... fa....v HS.cuon loan; customer it
ft9"nrinr in Tour Won! nVl mi
1 1 ' i ? ; - i- ! i; I I
I; " -' ' 4 - t '
THE SENIOR MEMBER OP OUR FIRM
has for fourteen years
for Tobacco, that has given as general gbod results
and satisfaction in all respects as the Yellow Leaf
Brand, It is prepared afterjur own formula, and
ih.Lxi o ': ' . . . t irr:' i
t ' j.1 x i i i a . -r . ' T
hv t llA tnnct rAlin hlo moniifon nroro n -;T)n:i.
j v.v vuv tvnuiuiuiiiuuuiuviuioio iu uammnrp
and welgaarantec the standard this year shall W:
oriilQi H oritr fhnf hna niAkAftn ! L .
Vcttul j JU,JI; 10 oUCcltW 1UI
t i w T n. i r I . in n. r aw v -v
''- fcCall n our asents and see certificates
una and Virginia.
J. Allen Brown, Ajrcnt,
Salisbury, N. C. 25:2m
BLACKMER, N. C.
Of Steele and surrounding townships I
Having been with and among yon for the
naat ti.,n VAxr T have Stnddicd VOUr intei-
':,;, nrl .n Rsnre vou tliat
my General -Stock of Merchandise is alwajs
Complete and Up to your Wants in every
Darticular. and 1T1V
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
will compare favorably with Salisbury, Con
cord or Mooresville, and respectfully ask
your favors; to convince you that I mean
business. My stock consists in
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings,
: Cloaks, Shawls, Hats, &c
Beady Made Clothing, Hats, Boots
and Shoe-rforl,adies, Gents, Misses, Boys
and children, and wananted to give satis
faction. Also a line of Pure Family Gro
ceries, such as pure Sugar, the best Coffee.
the best Chewing and bonking louacco,
Snuff, and (as our Representative said) the
best Cigar outside ol Salisbury.
mm m u a VfMMA A!'II lIfi A 7VT1
rV A V'rKll I .na Mn.tT to Mil
BIBLES. Miniator teactien and other., who, time i. not fully ocenpud, will find it to their uterat
to ooi rosptrod With na. To farmer.' eon. nnd other youna; man juat coming on tho field of aetwa, tha
buines offr. many udrantmrn. both n. s mean of makms money and ot Mir cnltnre. WnUfor tpeeal
Mcms to 7 n. F. JOHJSSOS db CO., 1,013 llala Stroot, IUcbnasad, Va
New & Fresh!
J. S. McCUBBINS, Sr., :
Will continue the business at the Old
Stand, havjng closed out all the pld stock.
Jlis present stock is Entirely New, aud will
be offered f on reasonable terms for Cash,
Barter, or first-class Mortgages.
Those who could not pay all their mort
irasres last year may renew, if papers are
n,innl!linill mil,1fl .....
tits! RTfinir roTSTiTS OF
Dry Gfoods, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Con-
fectionerisv Crockery, Drugs, Bacon, Lard,
Corn, Flour, Feed and Provisions of all
kinds, with a full line of
High - Grade Fertilizers,
as cheap as the cheapest. You will do
well to see him belbre purchasing
Salisbury, April 1st, 1885. 25:tf
f OF LA.VD!
Bv virtue of executions, issued from the
Superior ourt of IredelJ County, against.
the lauds of James B. Woods in favor of
Trenton Rubber Works, J. W. Cardwell &
Co., E. L. Tunis & Co., Bickford & Huff
man,; Watkins, Cattrell & Co., Sanrl G. B.
Cook & Co., and Malin Plow CoM I will sell
at tle Court ! House door in the town of
First. Monday in June,
It being the 1st day of June next, the fol
lowing tract of land, situated in the Coun
ty of Uowan and described as follows:
Onetract OontaininjiTwoHundred Aeres
of land, more or less, adioinini the lands of
. I.a r n . i w '
joiin L.eazer, vvm. enntn, James uorner and
others, and known as the "D. K. Woods
mi tract of laftd." Terms of sale cash
C. C. KRIDER, Sheriff.
April 30, 1885. lm
All persons having claims against the
estate of IJohorS. Hide deed., are hereby
notinea to. present the same to the under
signed on or. before the 8th of May 1886,
or this notice notice will be pleaded in bar
oi incir recovery.
D. M. BARRIER. Adm'r.
May 6th, 1835. ' -
Notice to Settle :
All persons indebted io fliMtftrfr.r Mni
Julia L. Smyth, dtceascd, are requested to
raaKe lmrneaiate settlement ; and all per
sons naving claims against her estate are
notified that they must present them to the
undersigned on or before tli. 2-2nrl ,.f A
1886, or t(iis notice will be plead in bar of
tneir recayery. . .
I ROBERT MURPHY,
I ANDREW MURPHY,
Ex'rs of Julia Smvf h
April 2lst, 1885. 6w
MY CHILDREN DO NOT THRIVE.
They have! such a changeable color. It
now occurs to me that wormsare the cause
of all this? trouble. I will try Shriuer's In
4V w-i, .
; ' st -
made the preoaration nj
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. n I -
from beat Tobacco rroWer n XnvtiJr....
J. Q. MILLER & CO.,
? ,( Danville Vi
Mv Hardware line is complete, mlKm
ing Plowshovels, Dixi s burning U Z
ble sliovel Plows, Bolts Ring8, open LinkV
points, Nails, Rods, Heel screws, Horse ,nd
Mule shoes, Well and Water bucket 4c
Also a good tine ofSaddles, Bridles, Collui
and Gearing. Just received-a good Jot of
ClocksrBtone, Glass and Tin Ware, and in
fact I keep everything usually found ma fiw
class store, and will make it to your adtan
tage ti. come and see me befo e you buy
I tnke great pleasure in show ray goods,
and in giving all the information possible
to iny customers. My 5 and 10 el. counter!
of Tin and Glass warere completcand go
ing out rapidly.
Remember I receive produce quotation
every mail from the best houses North, and
will pay the highest market prices for any
thing you have for sale from a chicken to
a bale of cotton. Respect fnllv, I
J. ROWAN iUYIS.
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