i . . i ' . ' : . ...
' i ' ' V V -y V-5. s ' .1 : '
:; ' . "...-'' . T t
i. I Li
U. .if the Carolina
nil nii" "a
-Tivoi Ml51.; 4 1 ma's 'J.50
In crop, tlfeir jttock, farm toots, house
hold and kitchen tyrui tare, and inr some
cases the plantation,. How - Ions can this
mortgage system be practiced before it
will swallow npl all the personal And real
property of the farmer f'apdit what will
he then do f Mortgage his wife and chil-
dreut The family will be scattered as fast
as the 'children are able to pick up chips
for the cook or carry brash wood for the
washer womau j and men who should be
owners of larms win , become tenants
at will, or servants to the few whose
capital has monopollred the lands.
Some of the wisest and best farmers in
be absent tni coul,tJ naTj no hesitation in declar-
i' i will
KllIUl'"' ? . I rtmHm.
tartly "r f,. Tlioruwell. at r w UUJ,U6
leixuizers anu me mortgage system are
' i.lu. wjUcominiceaene
Mr. Swicegood is np with
tho .mitter.oi ice c.u...- .fc impo8(ab,J
jgood. He always remem
id the priuter remem-
I TL ...it rentlv a citizen ot
. v i i nr a ItntnA lit
iiint.uxeu iiuu up
ji, Texas, were no .j
w . ,i:iiii.,r hit fortune for
i f .i ....nnff 'miin nntl OA'
. I . . 1
o,- 1 CF.FL L.. wr.' imiuvihw"
steadily imporerishing the fainting com
munity, and that it is only a qnestiou of
time with those who practice them. Pe
cuniary rmn isiinevi table tn ttie end. it
is a matter of jgrave importance to those
whom it mostldiretly concerns, and not
much less to tlie community at large; for
to limit the effect of dis
asters from a wide spread cause to the
narrow boundaries, of individual suf
Commendable.? The promptness of
citizens to clean np back lots, yards, &.c,
in obedience to the notice of the Mayor,
is us much evidence of the importance
citizeus attach to the subject as to ma
fear ef the penalty for ueglecU In
deed, it is gratify ing to know that tin
constant attention of most white families
'employs a tiu chimney to his At ai times to the subject leaves little
LJilfbr uiyii'g - or tnein to uq to prepare ior mo
?i4k n" t'M avoids the break-1 j aua but for the fewnegligent
riichinideys which is so common oneg thee. woutd be little use for official
UUllUtdllt'll. I ' I
While on jhis subject wo would meu
tiou a suggestion made to us, that the
Commissioners should contract with seme
one or more persons to go around once a
1 4 rwhuh with general bad health I month or ofjener with a cart to,retnove
Lir It has left uiai m wj . i reiuse wnicip.ciiizeuB-iuiub uua it cuu-
'mudUiou. I Tenieni 10 pinco v nmuuio piui
removal. It IS oiicd vcij iinuuieuieui
for citizens pn central parts of town to
find a place! for dumping the garbage
accumulating on their premises; aud it is
believed it would pay some one with
i-rwlir.-Esa.. formerly cnau
il- - inferior Court of. Rowan, is
i 1 ,...uv'.n from au attack of
it lier home on Inuiss, between
,n(V Church streets, Monuay mor-
after n short illness, Mrs. Kut
t1" . . t
L ,4(1 aboit73 years. I ne oeceaa
NM-Bi t ; 1. ...... I . 1J . j i It a I. e
fjimgft for rtiany years au uuwunu- suuaote cari; ana uorso w concci iy ior
Bd yeful 'resident ot this place, aim j nianure. in; the larger cities
i:.lJoatOHIlieU OV lUO iii"""
4oiiM3 have been a little hard on
I cabbage plants tin spring, oui
J lUrd nothing like ; general
it of them in Rowan. The Item
represents them ps very des-
jre ! in. the .region about vv mston,
W (Bown coii- oats, and even the
W ia the weiuW8 Rnu pastures, in
jrciwirjiiilie laudts if swept
pay for toej privilege ana mane oi tne
1 1 .5- T l !
business a nanusome prout. it is
not supposed it would be. so profita
ble here, but theie is little room todoub
that any one possessing a monopoly o
the business could turn it to very
A Black Eagle. Mr. R. N. West, of
Harts P. 04
,nc Work. Mr. Stephen Shuman,
W theay is one of the best car-
in this part of the Stat, is just
Wfflpleting a Very neat cottage of
iwitjorfftii's ; corner of Fislier and
m ItfeU, for the Use of Mr. Daniel,
ffrof ttie Western N. C. Railroad
the work 1ms occupied' Mr,,
titli.littl help, only about 40
,jt lie lias built six or seveu resi
imihliiallielkst twelve months.
from tip to
in this county, brought to
seed,' selling at afdolloru paper Why,
sir, if a Southern man is sharp enoogh to
thing else and is bent' on making money
ont of it, he has to go opJortiKta'lwamiH
Lactnre it or it will-soon be nomiiered
with the things of the past. . Whtr is it
e . : l il i .i
luai uiuiiniacLuiiCB iu nunu vnnniuH uv
net flourish and the owners get rich like!
they do up North t It is all because the
Southern people will patron izo the Mas!
sachusetts man in preference to their own
people, ii , Clod Kxockeb. ;
There is a great deal of truth and not a
ittle error in what our correspondent has
said. It is true, as a general thing, that
Northern products are, preferred by the
people, town and country, to those of
tome production, and the reason for it is
very plain. People who ship to distant
markets always send, picked, sorted and
good articles, knowing very well that no
other kind will pay the cost of shipping.
Not so with home producers; they do not
sort, but bring mixed-lots which fail to
sell to retail merchants for that reason.
But more than all, the home producers of
vegetables bring in tiieir crops at the
gathering or harvest time, and it often
happens that citizens of town have plenty,
raised in their own gardens. Thus, a
county man called on us last September :
"Do you want any beans tn fNo, I have
plenty in my garden.! 'Do you want any
cabbage I? "No, I have plenty." "Do
you want any potatoes t" "No I have
them." "Do you. want any apples or
peaches ?" "No, I have more than I can
Feeling sorry for the man in town with
a load ot truck which lie can not sen,
does not meet the case. But. what is a
townsman to dot He can not afford to buy
what he does not need and. cannot use.
But suppose that man had come with his
truck in January or February. He would
have had no trouble iu finding purchasers,
and at remunerative prices, always liav
ing it understood that his produce is of
good quality and in good condition.
"Clod Knocker" should not forget an
other fact, to wit : Our merchants sell a
very large part of these Northern or East
ern. products potatoes, cabbages, beans
and turnipsto country' people farmers
or croppers to people who should raise
them. I Why is thisf Because, as we sai
in the article referred to by our cones
pondent, producers here iiave not yet
teamed the ark of keeping their products
througlh the winter and bring them to
market when there is a demand for them
iHere lies the main trouble.
-Attentin is directed to anaTertise-
ment in i another, column of tfabrtaM'
moj meeting of the RJch Knob Cop
per Company" to be held at the eompa
nyf office, 165 Broadway. New York, ah
The last 10 hours ran ht the Httnnicntt " w -uuo nas is o clock p. m., for
vi.lded from . a little over three tons of va !. "05 4rne d otb
ore 466i dwts. of fluxed gold. This ore
came from the pump shaft at the 120 foot
erel. This property adjoins the famous
Gold Hill mine which j is now standing
idle owing to improper management, we At the residence of tbo f.K
have noticed the fact that the success f Hay 6th, 1885, by Ber. K. VV. Bovd Mr.
mines in this State depends on the man- BAV. Culbertson and Miss Anna,daagh
nrement. as in almost every case where r wf J'D' Jobnton
01 cigu management has had control it
'm m) . mm m
has not ueen snccessiuu 11 one 01 onr
m. m U KB W w m m uue
in ROE IUM t - 1CTOO.
. ..J. ; . . I Corn, freelr. at 8fkfi5 if A1 aKnn.
mine pay, outsiders will uo wen to leave rrT. , 1 , tv,
it alone The Huuuicutt has been in X??S)0i ,P1tonr Pr wck, $255
successful operation from ! January and Western bulk meats, 8ai0; Lard,
isinder the managemeiitbf miners who XIZXr' WfllIU' on tue noor
,ave been engaged at Oold Hill for the " 2 I . , J ' t'0 U60
past 15 or 20 years. j ouu, ouucus, ouj Bran,
t ouiwes, irisn, ior tame 7580j for
planting $1IJ25; Sweet potatoes 00ail:
las been sold to Mr. Sax ton of Canton, I Peas03100; Oats, 4550: Tallow, 7: Dry
Ohio. He is engaged ib developing the J Hides, 10 ; Rabbit furs, 15Q90 cts per
property and has struck some splendid I dozen ; Miuk skins, 1020.
gold ore composed of albeit ef talcose J Cotton, ready sales at 10J cts for good
slate. He is contemplating the erection I middling highest. 101.
of a mill at once. I I TdlwcM mIa. .1. t
, . 'w. J J fiW
Mr. Arthur Mailiefert f the Little Lead atf&ctorX-
ioinioc the Ruaaell natiiA iufartha nat Poultry, in S'
adjoining the Russell uiue informs us
that lie has extracted from the .ore by
use of his two Chilean wills, since March
700 dwts of gold and that the lost 6 days
yielded 223 dwts. He averages at about
$7 per ton. The cost of mining and mill
ing being about $2.50. 1
Tiie Cid mine in Davidson county, has
toady demand, but prices
Salisbury Tobacco Met
Prof. Horton is engaged in making
seme investigations at the Kings Moun
tain gold mine.
The New Hoover Hill; Gold Mining Wrapper common
CORRECTED WEEKLT BT J. J. BAKKUCS,
PROPRIKTOB XLUTTZ'S WXBEHOCSE."
Lugs, common dark
Leaf, common short green.
" good " red
" fine 44
Smokers, common to medium
Company, Limited, April , 21st, declared
an Interim Dividend for the six months
ending 31st March, at the rate of 5 per
cent, per annum (3d. per share), free of
Income Tax, payable on and after 1st
4 te 6
5 to 8
5 to 7
8 to 12
10 to IS
6 to 10
12 to 18
15 to 25
15 to 20
20 to 80
80 to 50
60 to 70
JTiiB.NrTTT0jr Kobjial Sotool.--T1i
Faculty "of the- fiflie Normal krtrtrJ k-
1, 1885, and continues four weeks, 13
complete. 4 11 wiu contain tt be
names of the following well-known in
structors, wno "witn one exception, are
North .Carolina teachers, and are well
acquainted "with the educational wants
of onr State:
(! UJ )j', -Air; .f-, r.
3((ivM ' k -tWr:
M. C. a Noble. Snot. City Gr&nVd
Schools, Wilmington, N. C
Edward P. Mossa, Snptj Graded
School. Goldsbore, N.C .
W. A. Blaib. SudL High Point Grad
ed School. .j . ' r 1 r"'
HrNBlf Hocad Deonty Snni. Public
J.J. blaib, ttavert ord lxUege, Perm.
J. A. Foil. Associate t Principal Ca
tawba High and Normal School
Miss Nellie Cook, Prin. Union
Graded School, Wilmington, C. :
. We are sure that those who attended
the last session of the Newton -Normal
will be pleased to know that they will
haye the opportunity of hearing, so
many of last year's teachers.. With this I streaeu,
carefully selected Faculty we nredict ii?.
?iiav ewton normal, wnicn SJSZ x"
utcreaaa m reputation every year, win t.
again lean tne state in numrjers ana
Tktt'powder never varies. A marvel of pur.U,
, ana waoiesomeness. More econoouci .
onUnsrv kinds, and cannot be suld In
compeUUoa wnb Ut maiutndeot 40W trst, tfiort
Rich Knob Copper Co.-
The Annual meeting of the Rich .Knob ti -
Copper Company, will be held at JtsXxV
ggs, Vir WASiuiSLi-uu.r iiAiit 1 uere is a sort o' i
rip noul- P&iiid, chalky complexion which the nov
1 .ZZ.r elist call a "washed out complexion." It is .
Ifl5l0j ghastly enough, snd no mistake. '-Washed'
May 19. 1885. I
Onr Philailelnhi nrktii mtA lecutive Office 165 Brosdwsv New Ti ork
every weeav: :, .... ,1 .. In Vk. TnJ.ft . t,.,. . a.k'
PuiLADKLPHiA M arkct. vsns Bros., er business. JOHN E. HAIX, Sec. ,
large Produce Commission Merchants. 5d I New York, May Uth, 18S5. " 30:St. -
North Water street, Pniladolphtrt, report
the fbllowins city , markets 1 j Etr-s. Vir-1 WASHED OUT HAIR. There is a sorto"
ginia and Southern, 00 14. Live
tryl 2Q13 cts. per pouud; dressed
turkeys 001G, according to quality ; lout, faded, discolored, or part colored hair
ducks 0012; geese 0810. Live cattle is almost as repulsive and melancholy. U
055i; hogs, live 6a6.-Potatoes: Early Peer's Hair Balsam will restore jcur ,4
n , . . , -art 1 i. . hsir to its original color, whatever it was : r
Rose, choice, per bush., 5860j Burbanks brown, suborn or black. Why wear moss
choice 60&63; Peerless, 5355; Pearl on your head, when you may easily have
Mammoth, 55(58. Cheese: N. Y. Facti-1 lively, shining hsir.
rv. choiea 12121: fair tn cron1. 11 to lit:
a. Aaiiie uviu nil npeui. .nr. a,, .a,. - i.
Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., in speaking of $480 '
in gold, desires to say to the readers of this
paper, that the whote-of sbove amount was I
spent ins fruitless effort in finding relief h
from a terrible lilood Poison affecting his
body, limbs and nose presentingtigly fun- 1
bm ulcers. He is now sound and well,
having been cured by tho most speedy and t
wonderful remedy ever before known, and
Troible$ of the President of (he Defunct
Bank of Augusta uta Attempt at Sui
cide Uaslner Walton Indicted for Per-
JHrV' " ! I terrible has its nature been that when I
blew mv nose small nieces of bone would
Augusta, May 12. Wm. S. Roberts, 1 frequently come out of my mouth and nose.
president of the defunct bunk of Augusta, The discharge was copious, and at times
for whom n reouisition was made bv Gov. excecmngiy onensive. Jiiy 0100a Decame
1 . ; nr. ,u. u 1 . u . .
ttmi xt v 1 j . . igu imuuic Liiuiuij Lcuuai umiwi nuKicat
nm, oi xra, nua 1. now neuumg y impairedf with poor appetite and worse
111 court, cut uis iiiioju wim a razor irom 1 digestion.
ear to ear this moruiiiir. While the wouuds Numerous medicines were used without
Pennsylvania full cream, li12 part
skims, fancy 500j full skims, 0102.
Dried Fruits Apples, evaporated, iu
cases, C7 ; sliced N. Caroliua, fancy 4
41; good sliced 3; blackberries 99J;
cherries, . pitted, prime dry J212i:
peaches, pared, evaporated 1722; N. C.
sliced 7fll9: uo Dared halves, new. 8(2i81:
'nL. iniL lany interested party who may need a Blood
'I 7W T1-. 1 . -WLT J: MPurifler will learn from him that three bot-
Pieces of Bone.
For four years I have been afflicted with 1 1018; plums, 9; t-aspberrles, 22(23. per tlc8 of B B b. restored bis appetite, healed s
very troublesome catarrh of the head. 80 pouDd. Feathers, choice geese 5253. au ulcers, relieved his kidneys, snd added
Hides, dry, 10M. Honey in comb, 10 twenty-oue pounds to hhi weight in thirty
11; beeswax 2932.
To The Mayor and Commissioners
At iv recent meeting of the Board of
Health for Rowan County. I was elected
Superintendent of Health until January
In entering nnon therduties of this
our office Saturday, the right wing, one 0mce r WOuld state that much of mv offi
foot, the scalp and upper ruaudibll of a j cial pctioft will be in associjrfion witli the caroted arteries are not severed. Recent
r J j . - complications have so uQecteU KoLkmIs'
be able to carry ut such a system of . .
Sanitation as will leave no known cause mmd as to render him partially insane,
of disease existing in the town. T,,e grand jury, now iu session, found
It will te (as yoit well know) the duty true bills against him for perjury and em
01 out cry Auuiomies iu exiHiii ca.c- beZz!emeut as president of the Bank of
lotiiud house and whenever anything Augusta. He was required to furnish
fttmll Iih fuund likelv to tnoduce sickness bond for his appearance iu the sum of
or disease anything calculated by its $10,000. These true bills uud otlwsr trou-
odors to Uimg discomfort or inconven
do to ENNISS andbuy Kerosene and i
itrittr on the growth of the licorice
iji.it is1 entirely hardy and can
aiJj raised in this tobacco region,
'ml la mnpli oi it i ' Wnnirpif in thfi
nrili, rtJIU n vj
Macco. it is a coou
commend an iuvesti
pSjaftlie subject to our experimental
wJzeDMr John Bryant, and to
ilfady succtssful farmer T. J. Sum-
j.fj I T: pO
ncnrsiou -picnic to Elmwood, of
Frwjtcnan Suuday School of Jthis
1 Ppsed off yiestei day with pleasant
UHlegpitc the clouds and raiu. It
very enjoyable recreation to the
"1 elle who were chaperoned by
3,te4dier8 and several older heads of
Tliercj.were above a hundred
ice, and we hear many express
ftiniateof fhe hospitable residents
-woa. MiasiLuubi-Uumplo was the
k; m 1 . ...
vtmn a naiidsonie bnqnet, present-
fl Ms Man ie Sbeppjud,
prUEXTEris remaining in the Post
ruSafishury, N. C, for the week
1383:- r .- --
. J D Tucker,
T L Vja ugh & Co.,
S M Kus-scll,
J R Duucan,
S E Bailey,
e, kiueu a lew nays oeioie at
It measured six feet 5 inches
tip. It made a scoop at Mr.
Wests tu ikies1 which were in a wheat
field uear the house. There were several
turkey heps and a large gobler in the
flock. The turkey hens ran with all speed
tolhe gobler, laud crouched around him
for protection; 'and the . gobler, with true
gallantry, raised his head as high as he
could aud pueti the enemy with every in
dication of defiance. Before the contest
ended, M Matheson, standing in the
house ant seeing what was going on
among the turves, snatched up a gnu
aud ran to their relief. By the time he
got out tne eagle had risen from tho
ground and settled , on the limb oi a tree
uear by. Mr. Matheson fired, but only
wounded him; but the sccoud shot, as
he was mounting on the wiug, brought
him downj ,
was a noble -bird, and probably
Mrs. Oliver Hardman, an old resident of
Walton county, and a lady of culture and
prominence, has this to say of the treat-
are capiug aud ugly, physicians say thev relief untH 1 ,cSan the use of B. B. B., and ment of cancer with Swift's Specific:
will not be tatnl. 1 he jugular vein aud I fl; tU-,r . , . ,., m u , I nn m rZ if trtA
matratrA T?u.Allf I 1 T 4 . . 1 ! i I . I. I . I.
aim a icei iu every w ty (uiie reswreu iu i wuu piasicrs, nui me tuictntuc um, , iuc
health. I am an old citizen of Atlanta, and I place healed up after some time, and
refer to almost anv one living on Butler seemingly my face was well. However, in
street, and more particularly to Dr. L. M. J a few years it returned again with more
Gillam. who knows mv case. I violenee than ever, it cave me i great
Mrs. ELIZABETH KNOTT.
n mmmamtm I to do it no good. Knowing the disease to
l L.I I I L.fc uUlIJ run in the family having hadone sistei
" WJ1 to die with cancer I became serious! vaj-
Mr. Z.I A. Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., in speak- prehensi ve of my condition. It continued
ing of 4480.00 in gold, desires to say to the to increase in size and virulence. I almost
bles led to the rash attempt to take his readers of this paper, that the whole of the gave up all hope of being cured. The
ObUlbed, and all PATKX7 LUST SKSS attendedto
tor UODERA TE Per:
Our office is opposite the U. S. Tatent Offlcc. and
we can obtain Patents in less tiirw than thote re-,
mote from Washington. Send lfotil or Dra trinq.
wtv :itto patent ablltty trecot charge; aha
'5Ar !d?rr water patent U wmwrf.
i e.'i ' .'j .nrp, to the Postmaster, th Supt. of
Moner under Dlv- and to officials ol the U. 8. rt-
tent Offlce. For circular, advice, terms and refer-,
enres to actual clients in your own Slate or rountyi
write to C. A. SNOW a. CO.
uw V1"' v .."w. "C i 1 OpposiwratentOiace, VaiialastAaLD. C.
4- maaH k. nn-tn r- iha 1 mlao ba ta I - -
Nov. ST. vi. 4m
lence upon the citizens -it will be incuiii- ... . . J . , ...... . above amount was spent in a fruitless effort nhvsicians advised the use of the kuite
bent on you to report the locality the ' 16 ..r ,'"fct"u in finding relief from a terrible Blood Poi- and caustic. This was more tl
ownei and the occupier of the premises jury touiia a true oiu agaiust a. vui
distance from his native crags.
hunger or the spirit of adveu-
1M. . I O c.
-i ' r v a cunc ok. nun.
VvSdveitised when the above
called for. 1..
Ib "'"j uuii w
wauy of. our farmer readers
- uuues ot Corn crown in
L Jn, States arehipped to Salis
kl upPvroi'Persf and that uufor-.
a9 nf f.,.. !. '
! w HUTS W 111 ni-o rnniwLA
r U1 DllMlirnira .......... '.-..
W "o JBllll, OUt It IS
0 IU ,T BcatcclJ less
SAC v Co,n in the depot
i-i-. IIH IB Olllr nna .1.1
nio tn lft .11 i-
p y.ear..endsl will denend n..
ut IS Ufbt that a r.,U,n...
itW., ' T -- -uiuvun
iateir-.r.. .j -i .
i4iaiH... . : j jenr as ic ir
I UllSki -
rj--WHS.t08t tn 1. Ilia--, . '
hveh leave nothing i the
morpgnge the grow-
tureV brought jiin to our thickly settled
legions aib matters of conjecture. - His
claws wes-e largo and strong, and the
nails very sbartu He could -easily have
carried off a tiirkcjrheu or a gobler eith
er, perhaps ; but in this case the spirit
and size of the gobler evidently frustrated
; Steele, May 14, 1885.
Mr. hditar : L
lu mi editorial, some time ago, you said
something about Boston cabbage, North?
eru vegetables, etc., selling iu Salisbury,
and gave us Rowan clod-knocker a slight
hiut that the market should be furnished
bv us. -All. right: Mi. Editor, we cau aud
do produce plenty of everything iu the
vegetable; line that cau De raisea rsortli or
auy where else except in tne tropics, liur,
sir, did vkirever see a itowan tanner, his
wife or I is daughter, trying to sell vege
tables In Salisbury t If. you did, I know
you mnsi have felt sorry for them. Salis
bury people douTt love vegetables raised
in Kowail, at Jeast thej' won't pay a. farm
er enough for them to justify him togath
er and haul I them to town. Last tall
Yankee turnips were selling in .Salisbury
at 30 cts a peck. Mr. J. M. Harrison sent
down a lot of; flue ones to the same store
that was selling the Yankee turnips, but
it wereu'jt nol go the Salisbury people
just kept ou eating Northern turnips at
30 cents) a peck aud wouldn't buy Mr.
ilarrisonfs at! any price. Just so with
everything else; Northern potatoes sell1
for $1.25 per bushel: Can a farmer get
as much lor Ins which he raised from the
seed lie got trpui the North T Why, my
old friend Chat. McNeely ottered to fur
nish us with' as many country raised
potatoes as we wauted for 50 cents and
everybody knows that dial, doesn't lovi
to work Well euough to buy and sell for
."We -once saw a woman trying io sell a
lot of onion sets in balisbury; She had
nearlyor quite a bushel Yankee onions
were selling at 5 or 10 cts. a cupful but
this woman, alter trudging around all
day, coutd not get but 20 cts. offered for
ber whole lot. She had. better plow
at 25 ctsJ a day than to raise ouion sets
for that; priced It seems to be the fate of
the Southern people to be gulled by the
North v kVhyj it isn't anything to see a
Salisbury merchant selliug Northern seed
$3 and $4 per bushel, whilst a
Rowau farmer could not get a dollar for
just as good wheat to save his life.
have eeoi) it, put np in papers like cabbage
where such nuisance exists. Iu the dis
charge of my duty, ! shall visit such
places and instruct'the residents in the
best . wuv of . reiudviiijr the causes of
offence aud L shall 6f course act in con
nection with you, the choseirrepresenta-
tives of the people, iu executing the laws
enacted for the wellf being of the commu
nity. Any counsel or directum as to the
best manner of abating or removiug
causes of disease which I may possess
shall be most cheerfully given.
TO TDK CITIZENS OF SALISBURT
I would address a few words on this im-
poi taut subject: Good health is most
desiiablo land to secure it we must livo
iu-the way best calculated to promote it
must be temperate and cleanly in our
habits ofi living. We must be careful to
allow no offensive accumulations to lie
around oar dwellings or grounds care
ful uot to offend our neighbors by neglec
than! I could
son affecting his body, limbs and nose I bear, and refused to have it operated upon
ton, cashier of the Bank of Augusta, for presenting ugly running ulcers. He is now m that way. All other remedies were used,
perjury. Bail is required in Waltou's case I sound and well, having been cured by the but the cancer continued to grovf worse
VBoimlir WMkli nwir
Srotd to wirac. xnchnta, BriaMriac. dt-
a PkMoU rr pabiunM. M.rmrj
itt the sural of $12,000.1
Mr, Roberts, who attempted suicide to
day, is resting quietly. The doctors say
there is no danger of death, except from
secondary hemorrhage. Before cutting
his throat Roberts attempted to shoot
himself, but was prevented by friends.
His son took a pistol from him and left
him lying down in his room over his
office. A few minutes later, heanug him
walking rapidly back iind forth up stairs
the son went to the room and found las
father w ith a razor iu his hand aud blood
streaming from a wbuud iu his neck.
The sou called for asiistauce, but before
it arrived Roberts had made two gashes
most s need v and wonderful remedy ever I The nain was excruciating, and mv lite
before known, and any interested party who was a burden. In this extremity Hny son,
may need a Blood Purifier will learn from Dr. Hardmrn, recommended rue: to try
him that three bottles of B. B. B. restored Swift's Specific. It was tbe last resort, Put
. ... i it .., i ti . . . u . r
nis appetite, ueaiea an uicers, reueveu nn i was so prejuuiccu agauisw me use ui
kidneys, and added twenty-one pounds to patent medicines, and especially this one,
his weight in thirty days. . that I hesitated some time. At last I gave
m . . my consent, not oeiieving mere was ouy
X WO JJrUgglStfl. virtue in it. The first bottle only increased
We have been handling B.B.B. only a the size of the sore and the discharge frcm
few months, and take pleasure in saying it ana nence a.a m . in.p u , wu
is superceding all other Blood Remedies, hope. . On tak 8I bjnbottle terc
Tt ...ii 5M f. were siens of improvement, and inv faith
, -L-i-..n i . I tren?thened tust in proportion to that
isiaction, anu we cneeriuiiy reuoiumtuu n 7 o - ,, k
iu nreference to anv other Blood Purifier, improvement. The spot on my face began
ting to remove causes of complaint and j iu his throat. Sheriff Daniel notified
ready at all times torender Cheerful Roberts last night of the indictment
obedcdieuce to the towu laws and to co f d intt Mm b d ftnd
linessinubt be our aim. By thus acting directed him to come; into the city this
w e can secure for our tewn a continuance morning ana make ins bond. Ihe slierin
of the degree of health which has existed Weut to Iiis office this morning and found
here fin several years past.
You have elected to the offices of Mayor
aud Commissioners, men every way fitted
to give you au efficient towu govern uieut
aiid 1 believe thev truly desire to do their
whole duty. Remember however, that if
they do uot have your co-operatiou iu
him in the bauds of a surgeon. " There is
uo question that lie ' was demented bv
reason of tho indictment.
LIFE AND HEALTH TOME.
Snmr pvcn or eifrht tm b nri mv ritrhf
their work they will fail to secure all the thii,h wa9 covered by a I skin eruption,
benefits which might accrue to you and to causjng intense itching. In a short time
them As your iiealtii omcer, tnen, let nTtPnd(l down th Antir- 1 whiVh
c viu.it... nvi(, iiipfame inuameu ana nnai Mr broke ont in
every cause 01 uisease irom your prerai- sraull 80res between the knee and ankle.
ses. Let all privies and pig-sties be a.veiiino- of the limb ensued, and T mold
punned let an staples una cow-peus oe not wik or out mv font to the trronnd.
cleaused, all drains aud sinks about your T4e min ran me almost, disfraeted. I
kitcheus be opened aud all collections ot tested tho medical .profession thoroughly,
itiouisii irom yuius auu oou imes w having tried all the systems. Some of them
rcmoveu ana ourneu. uy uoiug mis woik brought me temporary relief. I paid out
our city may with little trouble or ex- hundreds of dollars but found no perma-
peuse be put and kept in good sanitary
condition aud there will be no need of re
course to the strong ai m of the law" to
en force the . enactments of our Legisla
ture or the ordinances of the city aud
there will arise ho trouble or ill-feeling
to be regretted by no one more than your
Superintendent of health. In all cases
however, aud at all hazards, the Sauitary
oont benefit. The whole poison seemed to
concentrate in an ulcer near my ankle,
some three inches in length, and the reme
ASHEU & MOORE, Druggists,
A 32 page Book of wonderful B. B. B.
testimony mailed to any address,
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ua,
to decrease, as well as discharge, and hope
sprang up in heart. Could it be; I asked
myself, that I was at last to be relieved ol
this disease? It has given me go many
dark hours in the past that the! idea of
being well again almost overpowered me
There was a contest between hope anu
fear for a lonjr time. It was a long night
of weeping, but joy came to me with the
moraine. There is nothing left to mark
the place but a small scar, and I (feel that
it is impossible for me to express my grati
tude for tins creat deliverance. It is a
wonderful medicine. '
Mas. Oliver Harden;
wjvu- . q iftRi Monroe. Ga.
ur to your gentle sex: " . a nn , . fn;
rnDfiTTUr P nWilhnTdia3ePca
'ilf o. toron we bring tidings of comfort and 1 mailed free
orvnec, lBnti0Ba and pttwU rr pat
IBM UlBKntM Wltn BpteBdia BtTBTlBfB,
M.kltAA&iAM f tt.wiah & Mini Wftlrt ABAmIoIIM
Ltfanaatiea which bo mhoi tbonld b without. Th
popnianty of cm boixarvio axeboui i maa vu
Itm eireiuoa mui;
its Um combiBM.
ly oqaAla that ofill other papora of
. Price. S3. Tr. IieoaBt t I
all BwdwiW. MUNN CO., Fab-;
Clnba. Sold bv
liahara. No. SSI Broadway. N. Y
Mobb a Co. hay alao
I hara prrparad mora than One Hun
,H Tttouasnd application. ?or paU
a la ta "aitid KtaUa and foraiea
ouBtriaa. Cayeata, Trada-llarka, Copy
rifhla. AnirnmaaU. Bad all other paper
for carina to iByeaWra their richta la thai
UBitaa Duwea, iuiui
Germany and other foreign eoontnaa, prepared
M anon notice ana on whmim "v
Information aa to obtaining patenU ehearfnlly
flyea withont eharge.: Hand-bopka of infonaa
ioa aant free. Patetrta obtained throaxh Mana
m o a m in lha Rniantifio American flea.
The advantage of euch BOtice iawell anderatood by all
poreona who wiah to diapoae of their patent. ,
VAddnaa MUNN (xCoffice baxirnrio AatXaJCA.
SQ Broadway, Haw York.
in present given nvay: Stufl
us 5 cents postage, and by
mall you will Ka free a pack-ugr-ot
K)0 or lare Jae,
at vttl start you la work t.tat will at oncer ort
o 1 in -u ni f .wter ass aRytking- else in Aintrt
11 it'r. f.n ) is preseuts with ea'Oi b
g ui .t 1 i'.-i t -'r There,of eltuer sex. of all a
r lit t'.i ) t.l ja ). drs re tlni-only, to work, tor
-ft Mr ot 1 homes. Fortunes for all workera'ato
tely aviured. Uou'taeUy. H. lUi.Lr.rr & ce.
ov. ;;, '31 ly rortlanalain
gr jut joy. xou can
and restored to perfect health by using
lire Swift Specific Co., Diao
: The Swift Specific Company bare the
most endubitable evidence aa to the core
Blcm1fl OV t of Cancer by their famous medicine, SJ3.S.
iWUiabUr 1 Ajn others John S. Morrow, an old
It is a special remedy for all diseases pr and highly esteemed citizen of Florence,
taioing to the womb, and any intelligent wo- AlaV makes the following statement as to
man can cure herself by folio tg the dheo tbe merits of this remedy:
tions. It is especially efBcsci .us in casen of UI have been suffering with a Cancer m
suppressed or painful menstru -lion, in wh tea my right ear, for about tiiree years. I tried
and partial prolapsus. It aflVd immed als various remedies and was treated with
relief and permanently restores the menstrual Iodide of Potash, which produced rheu-
.0 1 t I . m aw - 1 & I
function. Asa re neuy 10 o?- nsea auiinst insi 1 matism. My ieei ana legs were greauj
dies used, bcins largely mineral, did not
A - . 1 I , L B? A. t J! A
seem 10 reacrv tne source or tue aisease si 1 j H'ni.n,nr l.iir, ' 1 .u. r .,1 .iir akii
all. or tnrec years j, was unable to doi.. . ln.M. rn,rtlon i.anriai " L t
already eaten " ' 1 fi.i.
nDCUlUC. Wlllvti owu iuuvivu uv ..vmuiv
anythinr. The ulcer j had already
down to the bone. Two of the physicians
recommended am nutation' of the limb as
must be promptly curried th nnlr meana of nreaerTinc lifA. T wn
J. J. Sumueuell, M. DM I almost in despair when a friend susreested
bupeiiutendent of Board of to me to try Swift's Soccific. I hesitated,
iiesum ior iwrau ouuiy. but finally secured six bottles. The effect
ot the first bottle was to stop tbe eating
process, and the six bottles made a perma
nent cure of the disease that had baffled
the best medical skill in the country. My
case is well known in Gainesvillethe
desperate character of j the disease as well
as the wonderful cure effected. There are
no signs of a return of the disease. I am
in better health today, than I waa before I
Business or Party Cards,
Circulars or Posters,-
Letter or Note Heads,
. Books or Pamphlets,
Labels, Tags, &c,
Neatly printed at this was taken with the disease; I weigh forty
nffir and at as low rates as elswWp pounds more than I ever weighed before
Business men of Salisbury are invited
to call through the P. 0. before giving
their orders to agents or sending, them
All The Family can be relieved from
the horrible plague of worms by one-So-
cent botHe of Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
I is meritorious. '1 ry lt
m a ... a a at
in my lite, switt's epecinc nas proved
life and health both to roe, and I never
can be grateful enough for the benefits
which I received from its use.
.X M. D. Wilson.
Gainesville, Ga., Feb. 28, 1885. A
Treatise on, Blood 'and Skin Diseases
mailed free. I
The Swift Specific Company, Drawer 3,
Atlanta, Ga. f
Saved Her Life !
Bipoe, McIktosh Co.,Ga.
Db. J. Bbapfield Dear Sir : I have tak
en several bottles of yur lemale Regulator
in my limbs, and my rheumatism is now
entirely gone and my Cancer is steadily
imnroTini?. bcine better now tlumt any
timawithiatwo vears. This mediciae haa
done me more good than anything else I
h.T- taken, and I feel that I am on the road
. tt j...i.tnw u : r. .
r ii. r ia 1 1 .1 1:: i rn 1 ineeui lui
lor lailinZOI tne womw iiiiu tuner tincBBco win-1 . . . 1 JM' m,MfiL. I
bined, of sixteen year. .Unding, and I really Specific is the jVmORROW
believe I am cured entirely, for which please wcrid." , JOHN SMORROW .
accept my heartfelt thanks and most profound
gratitude. I know your medicine saved my
life, so you see I cannot speak too highly in
its favor. I have reooenmended it to several
oifaiy friends who are suffering as I was.
Yours very respectful I v.
MRS. W. E. STEBBINS.
OurTreatisa on the Health sad Happi
ness" mailed free.
BaAFiELD Reoclatok Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A CHANGEABLE COMPLEXION in
dicates the existence of worms. A few
doses of fthrincr's Indian Vermifuge will
destroy them and make your complexion
bright and healthy.
Florence, Ala., Sept. 22, '84.
T hive had a cancer on my face for many
veara. I have tried a great many; remedies
but without relief. I almost pav np hope
of ever being cured. Dr. Hardmaa.my
rmmended Swift's Specific, which I
have taken with great results. My face is
almost well, and it is im possible tr me to
exnress mv thanks in words for what this
medicine has done for me.
meatc MRS. OLIVE HARpMAN
Monroe, Ga., Sept. 1884. j
ir.u. An Blood and Skin! Diseas
mailed free. 1 4t .
R.iO. Specific Co,, Drawer Atlanta
UI Don't Feel Like Work." It makes
no difference what business you are tngajg--.
edin; whe-ther you are a preacher, a me
chanic, a lawyer or common laborer,' yoa
canH do your work well "while you arc halt
ick. Jhojusamis trv to. out tin in yam.
How much better to keep your orgaiis m
good order by taking Parker's Tonic when
you feel "a little out of ports." It would
be money in your pocket. One hour 6
good, rejoicing health is worth half a dor.
x hours full ot languor ami pain. i
A RADICAL CUBt; TOR)
Tested son ovEaSrx
Years bv use in many
0M Stoat. - as 50
UBOAJTIO W EAXVKM
U11 th akiilad pbr-
f aiciana, raaalt from
' over brain work. Avoid
tha laqwntioaoT praan
tioaa tetoeOitrfor thraa
trouble. G twr Fraa
Cirealar and Trial Pack,
air, and leara importaa
tact aKr mm. ww -mrat
Ct'aCD UtouiaiMla, dota
not intrrlrre wiJh ait
tkn to btuinra. or cauaa
fiPilany ry. roamdr4o?a
1l Stha aeat a dieaaa h a
oral fsnetioBtof thafca
man Drftnka 1 reatotrt.
Tha animatlRK ttanaalB
ot VJ: which iwva. I
wM ar riven back J4
ttw patiaot become Hrer
7)Ot1-tl3 tiangtii and aeaaalTii.
HARRIS REM ED Y CO.ITfC Cwtaars
a06 H. Tanth 6t ST. IOTJIS, JffO. '
KUr Aakfor tenna fo AlMe
ra oxvij cxiss a'xvr.ft j-
MISS M. C. TAFFE
iwi rooms in the Old Photogra
o ii.JT ch lia learned Drees Making
and the most accurate systeinoT cutting
thoroughly. -"' ? '
.Fit 3xianc1 ! S
Will bejpleascd to receive callsrom the
ladies f Salisbury. - '
- a eo 1 w l -
ilarcn 9, .ooo. j