SALISBUEYi N. C 7JUNE : U1E85.
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THE LAD OF THE SKY.
and; Indigestion.. .
1 U...r.itte. vs. '
i.C, Nov. 29. 1334.
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e ?l! Sk tropics and. Canada, and as a
wi.' i.':r'... il f....i settlement offers the greatest i
: the ere; , - , -! " 1'
Where the mountains 16 re.tr their -sum -
intra .ibovc .
The Vtn'ni8 aint the cloud to the regions
; f love; " " "rt'- .
. Wlfro KCfinn of eiicliantmeinti enravUh
i - ! "the muI, 1 -
4 And. liraiMMi to ljipturo surrenders jebn-
riorv : 1 uiei tifx where waters go dashiiidbsTn rocky de-
uA'iu i i m - r
bor, and so are all the phjiical icordi
tion3. In brief, Tenn3sae includes 1 he
climatic anf all 'other con iitions of all
the regions of America, baetween 1 he
- , m
grea-est racge ot;
production and industry of any locali
ty on: the face of the globej -y" A
YOUNG LADIES' COIilTMlTr5
j Allconti ibntorsa this coin ran svill
ai Tilress tlmr-cominnnications tft "Yocxo
TIj a Key of Death.
In the collection of curiosities preserved
in thenrsenal'of Venice, there is a key
of wHich the following singular tradi-
11 ii til-1-. - L t i.iiiii i. iri.u i n inn I. iiif .fi . in
?TLrwithMu-t t tiiysell Auj ,j,e i,iiuare covered vith eve rgieen i
it tiotl.ers...-. :. ; vim.s , ,one of those dangerous .mcn ,whom
l . 11. YVAKiNo, Wnren in a wreath for tire -lulls' nirsea . eitraorduiarv talent is onlv the fearful
soufc of crime and wickedness beyond
1 jtfepber N
II, F. WAK1XG,
ClIAnLOTTE, N. C
. : , i brow,
t ; OverhuiiJuu the dark, 'deep chasm be
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US- '.iL.' f k rent oleasnre . Wl're ooasung
fSrer" 1M. i rt'tire
" ,!.n in llie Tmc .... i . ... -
ftr.""Tr u with rt ; wuu. wina.oi.
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!HP".V r.-.i :..-,r.i A.nMie - III hls lvre. k
' ' r..!i rpcuimiiriiu t
j ,tha of , ordinary-men, came; to establish
uiasieiaus are. tront to , himself as aimerchant or ? trader in
lo noautaiir- tnncs
Vi "V V.. .. J
V?"h( liver anjloweK
5. G. State Treasurer.
And leuds tu his raelody wingslthat Citn
i - ny .
To scat ter his song tlrrough the laud ol
' . tilt) skvt . ' y
Wherw air is freighted with sweetest; per
W?ttZ. j t. flower fa., to .t,
. . Aud the breezes that float o'er mountain's
1V4-- tall peak i
Give back the invalid the' rose to Ins
chvek; 'y' '
And fountains are gushing frpm etery
All spai kiiiig and cold, a health-giviug
tide, , " .i : "i - 1
Au elfxW of health wore.teniptiug to
- " ' sip " I ' '"'' '-' .
Than the'np that presses the Bactlmnf
nl's lip, ; -
Ye seekers of pleasure, opprcsed by the.!
heat, ; ' " 1
Come to. the mountains, His a pleasant
Ye 6nes that arc feeble, why linger and
Come up to tbis beautiful land of the
; Sky, -I '
Where activity is restored to the limb
And lustre comes back.ii the eye that is
;3VElt aM TENNESSEE
a & Spring wagous.
" iltiruiiD k IUTFMAS
-j and Guano Drills.
..RWingand hi King .
Tt!f)M AS' HAUUOWS,
ph Straw Cutters,
Eames and uouers,
r...jnc and BHvr Fittin-a Gun",
pS,Cai'inU-os, Hans an. i
tnil ShoQDvliainiti; Fit m
tyShovtis and Sim4i.-9, Btvilding
,i paints. Oils iincl V;uni-sI,
SBilStO CLOVES SED.
IfrflM eiseiusuilly k.?t la .First Class
AditfipaWive; offer them for tlie next
uir'less money; in la iuy rci
Toimessee'.s Place Among
N. O. Times-Democrat.
WPrJorktte Ijest selling lw: ; mU. Be-
ed4t.inivv. Xtnuviii Terms live.
I HAU.KTI BJJU-y,, uiiMUj, .n.uut,
lit ITHE HEAD!
I'tHciicknowlljeh Leader is a
max einn.t b disputed.
IMITATE IT. :
I' Km) EQUAL IT.
f litest: RunniH?.
. The Mofet Bc-autiful Wood Work.
;aacif th(LUcst material.
gjfPc eyerr respect, w t
'SSS jm 0Pd territory.
"CSEVTINO MACHINE CO..
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SlUTO i & P.ENDLEMAN
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3? YOU WANT3
"Almost first in the galaxy of south
ern states Tennessee has taken a stand
as a concrete force in the formation of
what- we know to-day as the "New
South." In whatever of -progress our
section- has accomplished, Tennessee
has been prominent. In development
since the war, whether agricultural, in
dustrial or -political, the great central
commonwealth Of the New ; South has
led the van. Perhaps few of our read
ers have appreciated the close commer-.
cial and material bonds tnafc unite the
Crescent City with Tennessee. The lat
ter i3 one of the greatest, if not the
greatest, producing State of the South.
With , a degree of enterprise that the
livest northwestern State might be proud
of, it is pushing its interests out at home
and abroad, until tour continents now
feel the effect of its propaganda. First
to recover from the disasters of the re
construction period, Tennessee was also
first to shake off the lethargy bred of
that industry-killing penod. and before
the world could believe that the staunch
old Co nmonwealth had suivived it at all,
it appeared among the leading States of
the. Union in new agricultural, mining
Jmd manufacturing developments.
Each one of the southern btates re
presented at the NewdQrleans Exposi
tion has created surprise throughout
civilization, and none more, than Ten
nessee. The - world -was not x ignorant
before that; such a region existed.
Tennessee marble, Tennessee iron and
coaLhad been heard of; but the thous
and rich resources that the State has
introduced 1 to mankind through its
wonderful exhibit had not been dream-,
ed of; and ! possibly many Time-Democrat
readers do not yet appreciate them!
One county, Shelby of wliich Memphis
is the seat,: was for a long time the ban
ner cotton county of the world, and last
year it was only the fifth in point of
production of j all cotton producing
counties. Tennessee lead3 the United
States in corn I) This is the more aston
ishing when it is remembered that
several States belonging to other sec
tions have made their . displays at the
Exposition almost on the basis of corn
alone. Before the supremacy of Ten
nessee corn they have all bowed the
knee. If competition were - allowed
among the State exhibits.it is notcer
tain that Tennessee might not capture
the palm I in tobacco as well. As to
minerals there is no doubt about the
proud position it maintains. There are
twenty-three producing coal mines in
the State, just one of which supplies a
large proportion of the firesides of New
Orleans. In the production of iron
Tennessee p ranks with Alabama and
xeorgiaT ; From Chattanooga to the
State line? railways traverse a region
teeming with? iron,-coal and limestone
in such proximity that the histonKof
the industry does not show such golden
opportunities for investment and devel
opment. As to marbles, it is only neces
sary to inspect the exhibits of f urnitune
factories from all parts of the country
to be convinced that the State has cap
tured the interest so far as dacorative
purposes are concerned." In woods she
acknowledges ho superior, in grazing
lnnr1 lmrtllr nn ffinal! Perhana it. is
feis& V.1 ! not as wlliknown as it should be that
Tebaldp, became enamored of the daugh
ter, of an an cieht house, already affianc
ed to another. fcHe demanded her hand
in marriage, and wasi'of course, rejected.
Enraged at j this, he studied be
revenged. Profoundly skilled in. the
mechanical Jirtsv he allowed - himself na
rest until he had invented the most for
midable weapon which could be'imagin-
ed. This was a key of large size, the
handle of which was so constructed that
it' could be turned round .with little dif
ficulty; "when turned it discovered a
spring, ; 'which, on pressure, launched
from the other end a needle or lancet
of such subtle fineness that . it entered
into the flesh and buried itself there
withou t leaving external trace. x Tebd"
do waited in disguise at the door of the
church in..which the maiden whom he
loved was about to receive the nuptial
benediction. The assassin sent "the
slender steel unperceived into the breast
Lof the bridegjjn. The wounded man
had no suspicion of injury, but seized
with a sudden and sharp ain in the
midst of the ceremony he fainted, and
was carried to his house, amid the la
mentation . of the bridal party. Vain
was all the skill of the physicians, who
could not devise the cause of this; strange
illness: and in a few davs he died. Te
baldo again demanded the hand. of the
maiden from her parents, and received
a second refusal. They, too, perished
ftnn' Tr JitVtnhi ' ''
I Tr c i oiiLc-iuthasits femnttation in
bene ilence, 6r good will to' mankind."
It p occeds from the heart, '!it is the
resultof a proper and modest estimate
of ou own merits and claimst It hasi
been , said that a man's manners make
his , i ort u ne, iind to a certain extent
this maxim is true..: Politeness; is the
most charming jjthing for civil,,society.
Peop e naturally .sweet tempred and.
polit , have no . more to do but to give
the reins to. their inclination,: but true
x)li :eness jequires practice, experience,
application and study. , To ajl therefore
frthe mchi the poor,- the indnstwns
xr nit n rr
remember that politeness' is arheeessHy
lor true enjoyment.
i I have been a little wayward in writ
ing and have not written for the Col
nlm lately, still, I have been interested
infll hope benefited, by the contribu
tions. Hazel Eyes wrote a most excel
lent letter last week, I hope others will
write too. Truly,:.'. .. . -wi;
Selected for the Ladies' Column,.
The New Style Dude.
The accepted definition of the word
"dude" will reauire considerable modi-
'ficatioji the coming summer. The dude
of thejfuture is to be several degrees re
moved! from ihe dude that was. In fact,
if we take tlie word of society ' mouth
piece, jhe is to be no dude at all, but
something baarin a closer resemblance
to man to the human form divine. In
the first place, it i3 the solemn ipse
dixit of Mrs. Grundy that therew style
dude shall be-intellectual looking. To
be intellectual looking the poor fellow
must needs be intellectual in fact. Of
course this will reduce the number of
In the cut and color of his raiment
the coming dude is to be less gaudy,
less pronounced, and more conservative.
There is to be less of the Solomon-in-all
-his-glory style about the clothes of the
incoming dude. Black coats, black ties,
we ever aslronr - ; l! &IM KlVlC h f'f
ufacture started m this conntfv?-AreV io 2 r ' 4 f "s AlaVOIl ijj p
j-rtvm 11:1 "S ii 0 Abqttt 43 years Judge Ruffinl h - T & inrmmTci . : - , K
.irf m I S" went to schooh Hi Shay 'Gmvo Rock-i r " ' T U U M ."l vl
V i MTO Pmm !l n. pounds pf tto- insrham' OonT,;: . vitSJaRJA-1 EL Pne at the-Old ' 4
bacco.for cteixgobd.hakimadeof wool a5v T T m "iTl u-Jl Ube stdcg J
X -11- ' v ' Acros3 theriYerbouta mile Undahalf ' JllesentstocS Is Entirely Ncw.nud will 1 :n
so man hats in America 150 years' ago ;3 thr w - -ri fwKlMortgtgesaesi 7 k 4
twku- '-ft fiin a7 was. very nne 'melon Those lo could not.pay iiilticiuort-. .1 T
that the Pelt-maters company,
don, -petitioned Darnament. to rjrohihiU - J...? j,, wtislactoi7nd.jiiip!wiic'mstdil am H 1 j-
England alone was iummg-onfldCOO M t . ; uatew, ,.iinl i fciHW. rl.lf'i
: W&ke4i4:Pri!r. : Feed. d -ProvUioas 'if all J
h- I K II1IIH Kill W- lnaA nw ; A J i' T - m T 1 I
ha ifF1?- fiies ydunglaole
aceedeii tQ.theuinsntly the theft of the m.
theJ American i hats looker their town,
courser and were glorified. 'Instead of J
Wng inadeto jrk
i0M Pldefended thebbysn from the un
wwj madeaigh.t with reference iok,virvn ti4
lit- . ii r rr,--.- r i"?v - 1
nsuasnme ana me oeverage wnicn ; 80 ouia use hirihfluence tostonit:
tutu nujugut skuuciius ui iur,
ihm&'gygre the wBVgrhirtn
iweir to .ter, mm before purchasiuM!:!:. il
inspireth. "panmiry monnecticutj
was making hdts 104 years agc ,'As
late as 1845 all the iiats were made out
of real skins.. The poor old beaver; dis
A few days afterwards a negro girl came
frbmimOB'rtcit with abandker
chief - which ; she had found there and
-H.t; Wirt itO'ZTmA
M.j omvinueccaseu, ar9 fequcstcAtO -J
make immediate settlementtmt alPocrw v'
eooliltaving claims AgainBt.:her. eititairtrCtSr'xai
nouneii mat tney must present JUau to tlid
appeared, fromihe globe in rder t5 coriler th "Thomas RuffifS.
furnish man s brain with a fake dome: J The mother of the young Tadjes selected! their, reco ery, . , J lPL
we-numa nau 10 saennce nimseii, Ufo finest melon sheEcould find, tied it
and the gentle muskrat washed into ! un n thk hah WhW nnd snt it to
i - .
The Danbury hat folks imported rabbits
to breed them artificially, but the f ree
minded rabbit died or jumped over the
fence. Are you1 aware, young genthi
men who have paid a hat bet but have
not paid for the hat, that the Chinese
first taught us how to make the present
sort of silk hat ? These hats were
Ruffin tlie next day oy one of her' sons1
who attended ; the' school. It cured
Ruffin from molesting melon patches
and it is said her' never could face thl
young ladies again I
0nne years ago a party of infidils
Started, a: town in Missouri and named
:."t-:i "'L.1 i . .
lit uii'ci ai. ii was iiiicir nuruoKU in
started in this country just'fifty years show the worhf what couid be a(J-
ago or in ISSp. A. Frenchman, in Paris j cuuplislied by acolony of advanced
put his hand on the Chinese r silk hat
miserably in a few days. - The alarm
whifch these deaths which appeared
almost miraculous occasioned excited
the utmost vigilance of the magistrates;
and when, on close examination of the
bodies, the small instrument was found
in the gangrened flesh, terror was uni
versal; every one feared for his own life.
The maiden thus cruelly orphaned had
passed the first months of her mourn
ing in a convent,, when Tebaldo, hoping
io bend her to his will, entreated to
speak with her at the rate. The face
ofhe foreigner had -been ever displeas
ing to her, but since the death of all
those most dear to her it had become
odious (as though she had a presenti
ment of his guilt), and her reply was
most decisive in the negative. Tebaldo,
beyond himself with rage, attempted
to wound her through the grate, and
succeeded; the obscurity of the place
prevented his movement being observed.
On her return to her room, the maiden
felt a pain in her breast, anduncover-
Ling it, she found it spotted with a sing-i
le drop of blood. The pain increased,
the surgeons who hastened to her as
sistancetaught by the past wasted
no time in conjecture, buti cutting deep
into the wounded part, extracted the
needle before any mortal mischief had
commenced, and saved the 'life of the
lady. The State inquisition used every
means to discover the hand which deaU
these insidious afad irresistible blows
The' visit of Tebaldo to the convent
caused suspicion to tail heavily upon
him. Histhouse was carefully searched,
the .infamous invention discovered, and
he perished on the gibbet Public
Opinion, r - ; j .
ffcSWdy m i, Granite
bILm kre won.
'tVS8re tin ui ; l.ca ?K uve at
All Uti. vlJ '
"-nUrtr r uw&. not as went Known as it snouia oe mat
1 JHi'l.rti.i-: n troublA ftf wpirin i a ' . v i, . i, . r
Asheville Citizen: Mr. Joseph Abbott
of this place inform 3 .'us', of a siinpld,
yet very efficient remedy for scalds and
burns. He has had occasion to use the
remedy frequently, and in very serious
cases, with almost immediate relief. His
remedy is to apply Hquidhoney with a
feather to the injured ptirt as soon as
possible dfter the injury, and dust over
with nour. lmmeaiaie ana permanent
relief follows. It is well worth tryin
and is a simple and generally a conven
Collision at Swi Twenty-two Lives
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Nrw York, May 28. Tlie steamship
City of Rome, which arrived here today,
reports that on May 25, at 4:S0 pm.,
during aC dense fog she' collided with
and sunkj the French fishing bark
aoro-ft .lohn. -which was. Iviner at enr-h
fl Ken&v! mi r&ZEm ued two of the crew but th, Pany: whi keens a fleet of schooners.
it.t ronuia,.. ; . . f . Jth hat of its nft. I rcMn5nmg twenty two were lct. , rnnmng.to Tnmdad. . : -: - r' lr
,J;-.r. : - .::r '- ' :,l:-"fL'-- ;- ; - - ;. ;r'-.'...:
and) shiny silk castor3 will prevail in
place of the polka-dotted linen, red, blue,
and green outer garments, brilliantly
dyed neck jvear and unsightly tiles.
Thus is the dude to be robbed" nf his
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prominence, jno more win ne snme
as the light of the boulevard. No more
will he wear the air of a distinguished
foreigner, and his eye glass is to be:
broken and scattered to the four winds.
Exit dude enter nice, clean, fresh
and stole the idea. We are not probab
ly aware that' in nearly all the English
books the American hat is referred to
thinkers. 1 he town barred out chur
ched, saloons, pries' s and ipaHion, anil
tho people had no belief in God, Jesif's
(ami tlie devil. Altera struggle of
i five Years the lo-.vii is i:iimi1Iv foiii"
as a marvel of lightness and style, yet Wu. . The peopjewa.it tok?llorit
it has become the habit of that class rand niove awav. The morals of the
April 21st, 1885. 0V
Ex'rt or Julia Sinjtli. 1
of young men who cannot eat dinner
up an alley without a dress coat io buy
all their hats of English make, as if
they might possibly import with the
hat some corresponding brain. Kossuth
had great influence in the United States
to introduce here the wide brimmed soft
wool hat. New York, Tribune.
A New Jersey man broke up house
keeping and went to a hotel to board
in order. that his wife might enjoy rol
ler skating to her heart's content.
Opinion is divided on the question
whether he love3 her or wants her to
break her neck. Call.
A Kerosene Drink.
One night recently a Gainesville lady
was aroused by a knocking at her door.
On opening it . she beheld a well dress
ed and gentlemanly-looking man, who
carried a lantern in his hand. He said
that his lantern was about to go out
for want of oil. She procured her oil
can, and quietly handing it to him, he
turned it up to his mouth and took a
long and vigorous swig of its contents.
She remonstrated, but he assured her
that he had for several years past used
kerosene as a stimulant in place of. cof
fee, whisky or other beverages. He
then replenished his lantern and strode
on toward' his destination. Savannah
Home Manufactures. We saw the
other day some specimens of handsome
Ginghams made Mr. R. Y. McAdeas
Factory in.Gaston county. It isas good
as any made anywhere, and dresses made
of it would adorn any beauty under any
circumstances. We direct tne attention
of merchants of the State to such home
enterprises, and hope they will give the
goods a trial on their retail J counters.
Allthincsbeinsr eaual (or if slightly
unequal j let us encourage home manuH
factures and give them the preierence.
The asphalt used in pavements nd
other purposes comes irom the island
of Trindad, where there is an asphalt
lake; It covers about ICO "acres, and is
apparantly inexhaustible. It is believed
to be crude, rotten petroleum. Although
about 50,000 tons are taken from ,the
lake annually, it constantly fills-up, so
that there is no lessening of the supply.
It is owned by the- government of y en-
! esuela, and leased to an American com-
TTe; Shall The Colored Man Equal
the While Man.
From the Henderson Gold Leaf.
This was the subject of a. lecture de
livered in the courthouse here Monday
night by Thos W. Cannaday the young
colored lawyer of Oxford. The speaker
did not attempt to show when this
would be by intermixing of the races,
or anything of that kind, as his Subject
might lead one to believe. His address
throughout was conservative and sen
sible, and while he does not possess the
maguetism and oratorical powers of his
distinguished colored brother Rev. J. C.
Price, who recently delivered an address
here on "The Capabilities of the Negro,"
he speaks well, and is calculated to do
much good to his race if they but take
the advice given them. The bent of
his argument was to impress upon the
negro the importance of industry, edu
cation and moral excellence.
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Chased by a Coachnhlp
Madison Ga., Madisonian.
The most thrilling snake story that
has yet been related to us this season,
is one that caused one of Mr. Morgan's
most reliable and industrious young
farmers serious apprehension jas well as
a livelv chase. A few days ago, 3Ir.
Eason who tenants the farm of Mr. J
R. High, a few miles from town,-while
engaged in chopping cotton in his field
some distance from his house, was set
upon by a coach whip of huge dimen
sions. Mr. Eason - assumed the offenr
sive, and tried to repel his violent an
tagonist: He was soon forced to flee,
however, for safety, and a lively chase
with the youDg farmer in the lead was
made, over cotton beds to the house
As soon as he was in hearing distance,
Mr. Eason called to his wife for his gun,
who run to the rescue of her almost
breathless husband just in time for him
to rid himself bf his venomous pursuer,
which he did by emptying' the contents
of the shot gun into 'his snakeship.
This is a reliable corroboration of the
theory that a cbachwhip , will chase a
human being. The coach whip was a
very large bne measuring 8 feet 9 inches.
WeetoW that 4he heroes on the
place were very much alannedl
place have been in a IVij-hlUil condi
tion from the s-tai t, : Although no &i
loons arer allowed, drunkenness pre
vails and everybody swear-?. The
people have no confidence in each
other, no respect lor each'" other uiid
bell-respect, l lie experiment lof
town in open detiuncefol
Gml'-i laws has .proved tt.disti'us
failure. Tlie jitti'lels of the eouujry
should take a look at Liberal. Tftey
will then lc belter ialj$hCsl vUh
christian cofuinuiiilies. y J
The ''Liberal" political parly of
of North Carolina 'would .also like tu
sell out ami quit, but there's no nar-
i : . . i ! i
Ktt lor me stocK.
TI1E Board appointed to paisnjon nn- ' X
plicationi :Cor Pensions, under 4 An Act ol V
the Generat AssemWv of the State of North
Carolina, mtified the IlUr dayof March; ht
18S5, rfill meet iu the Coart llouse,.Jn,
Salisbury, joi) ' A ' .
Mondajr Tfec 8th Day of JCJR klH- i7k. -
EVEUV f.Mier wCo lost a leV nn ejo?or'u
an arm; or who is now otherwise incafiacl .t'S
tatc-l for manual labor, by reason ofi 4l ft
wound .received while iii the dbcha'rgc of i
Jib duty as u soldier or sailor oHNortbr
Caroljifii in the service fr ilisiCmfetlvimtj f - i
States of America, during the wivWtwecii,
the States: And all widows (remaininjf ""Zxi
niimariitd) of nnv sold ierer. Suitor wtio
lost his lite while3 a citizen of tluStatfi ;
anu in military sorricc ot the Stole ot
Confederate States, Provled, sneh aoldier ' -or
widow shall own less lhan $300 wort 4
of property litted for taxation, aws entitled , i
to pensions under iid Aet. ,' .'.' ! f
Applications mav le filetl wiTli the Clf rlc
of the Superior;, Court at any time be lore
JOHN 31. IIOrtAn, Cl rk
1 Supcrfor Court.
the Sth ot
'AVING boujrht out the Grocery De
partment of J. p. MuNecly, 1 l&teud
conducting a First Class
GROCERY STORE, j
Mv stock will consist of SUGAH, CUr!!- .
BACON. LARD, FISH, Mlasscs, FLOUK,
Butter. Chfckens, Esffs, &C. Also,Cahlie3r
Frnits, Nuts,Crackers, &e. in fatj I in
tend keipini? everything usually kept in
the Grocery onl rnrvision line ; anu oy
close attention to business and Bcllirfpi low
for cash, I hope to merit "at least a portion
of the trade. Come an.l sec me at JiD.ftlc
Neely'a Store: , ? J. M. II A DEN.
June 4, 16S5. amsf
Yaiio: MiD3Fal SMijs Acatey,
PALMER3VILLE,(SUn!y Oo ) M.'C.
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OraSuate Of Watrn rarest coTTtfjrC an'jTalsa aV
tort University or Virginia.
i cm .. i to S:S ocr scsloa or 5 months. '
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the Cniversltyof Va. melafvls.- Vlkroroun ex
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ORGANIZED 185 9
J. M. HADEN, !
Seal Estate Agent;
; Office in J .'P McNedy' a Stopf
ItAS FOR SALE the following real estate
n ffmift fn rniit ourehasers: f
w " - l .. .. . 1 VtfOU AAVM .... . -
No. 1 Eiaht building lots, lour pi tnem rjnadjasted Losses
ti -r :Spl
CAPITAL &i ASSETB4
J. BU0DJS3 BUOWfiK, r fWM. C COAKT "5 , f.t 4
' - aecreuiy
Twenty-sixth Annual Staicaeat , -
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e . : M (uin ef 1 lintn lit nr rwnr . . .. . " . . : '
Car Shops. ' I k' liabilities . ........ I6M Mrt
2 Has-eight f.DUiiamg lors ana ionr awouw-w-. ,.,..-.,..,. wij
small firms." This property 15 sitnateil on
the-Bilnjle ferry road mile from dfir shoiis
No. 3-Ti n small farms containjnp each ta SaUoaal BanJt t TJ04.W
from 10 to 12 acres, situated on th Bundle Cafill anof Agents ...,...ll.i 2.
ferrv road, li miles trom cansunry.
SCHEDULE OF ASSETH: ., J-'
Real Estate! (ualacumt)ere4clt4Tropertjrj T.I IT
MY CHILDREN DO NOT TJIRIVE.
They have such a changeable color. It
I10W occurs IO me inai wurursa.it: luvt-nusv
I will try Shrlner's In-
No 4 - lias seven "building lots, two on United States Registered Bonds, j.
Main street and five on Church etreet.situ- State and WUntdpaicoiidar. ......
ated qn same square with Joe Burc. j National Bank stocks ....
Vn SIias eleven small lots, situated on ! lton Maantactarlog stocks .
r f2r hnnca WriMTfMl M 1 lie wuve wwm
freight and passenger depots. Th proper
ty is valuablcfor teacraeut houses
jO. c If is eight jBinull farms, cpntaining
four V) si.i acres, sitoated alout 1 j miles of
Salisbury on the N. O. R. 1?. -
No. 7 Has about 25 or 30 snjall farms,
containing S to iO acres each. Alsi, seve
ral other valuable farms, containing from
50 to J 10 acres, with; buildingsjail within
two to three milcsW town. "If will take
pleasure in showing the property -to anyone
"... . ti if rvt'vr
witfuinz to ouy. . i.
5l.odx M 'A
1M.400 oe j
iii,n3 oe '
Jane 4, 1SS5.
AU persons having c!aimi against - the
estate of John S. Hide deed., are . hereby,
noticed to present the siine to theunder-
si"ned on or oet"re me 01 11 01 -p:ny 1000,
orthis utice notice? will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery.
Loans, secured by flrst toartsaje
Total Assets -
$741,380 - i
4. ALI.ES BBOWK, Ast. t
that wiil not break by heat-lor sale at
j. - E.NNISS'. "
DIAMOND DYES All rolrtfjt
May Cth, 1835.
D. il. BARRIER, AdmV.
IT WILL PAY TO GIVE Shriner's In
dian Vermifuge a tiial. It vi ill destroy and
t wouns and b-kntify the cpmplexio j.
DON'T FORGET to' call Tor Sced of
ull kind at ' - - ENN1S3:1
rTO . T)3 X A 'DIES l J. ,1
- Call and ice the Flower ipotflt- .
- . ' ' "1KN5ISSP. :
NOT STRANGE BU TitU F TTof ma,
do exit in 'the human body and are oftea
the cause of disease and death. Shrir r
Indian Vvrtnifu-e wiil iotroy and cjrpU
thrmirjnn ibf Tstem., : . .....-'- it 3.
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