K . vt"-1 v4 V-vJf;.r f Tf-'-f;' --.v-;-:- r r--;-v- r-sr.K? '-ly;..; :.jrv;-; -iciv.;v m
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THUKolMYvvJUNK II, I6&.
After Three Months.
Th Bafersv'ifle Zkmoefdi mentions
Ike retirement tjf xdeputy Collector
tJUmcrtin from the serviced in the
irmountainl, and his return to his hxmfe
in Yadkin. Mr. I. is a son ufj lit. J
A. LOlington, who for jear before the Ue sho nt3ins juiie lastest appli
war.wat well known In tntf iiecboo fittia. 1 ai alittd
w i , - . - ?i
! - 1. . I a j . a
CAb WnMXS.-UThe -Manufacturer's
?rorrf, of Ballifiiore, Has an interest
ing desriptbh the Anniston, Ala
bama, car. wheel manufactory a Tery
large and thoroughly equipped estab
lishment, turning out 200 car wheels a
'A v Int i h sn mit? n al i iv. each wheel
gnanintecd for 60,000 miles, Vat often I1""8 the tP'e
mn' 150,000. Ttey are M.mA eSferothe0oen
of the principal railroads in the oodltl
as a prominent
riup ever wUl be; question m v A
tertap ever wui De, quesuoa t.tfL 4 fcen W
Iriiajul nf rritrif noTfin Kf?r1incr if Kv
recent calculation by some diti jiguish- k J J. nrn
h nirure majurr. uiab wc cu u , ois
receirim? accessions to its wei
Three months ago k Democratic
Aflmiuistralion was. established at
Wpuliinpton, f -
For twenty-four years before, the
Retttiblican Dartr had been in tiower
there,; and had been kept in a large
X 11 I "WWV VI. M. va
!. ,, - of making it a public park. Thegrounds
c are to be restored to their
taatnal, wmmg to her shape ditiott nearfy piMeJ which wiU
of meteors,. tth.rte of WP neUf.thremoWlof priyalefaaaa-
how long it I irillli. Wore the' wth iCladirM,perate
, tl -7T . A. a . . t in the design and carry it out on her
shall attain to the p of Tuptot ; .Meof riyei ib 4be project
Sxappo toltEs.-twoSOpoun originated ottUat side of the falls,
trs were captured in a Pennssylyania w . " , t
pond reeenil, while engaged inT. dead- P"T?m
conflict i AfUr being lifted! info Te h.arra to hoM . great
)boat by their tails, the fight went on
s while in the waier. One had caught
ftiMi ftJrprsarr hv a ffirelpft and insf.
held on with-vi4ikf firmness for four P?' ". .l?
I bur. after his head w serered from mn8 ,n wm P xnem u.tfjr.
assembly at Black Mountain this sum-
mer. They are already in motion,
moving up in that direction. . - Double
his body. The snapping turtle never
tufrenders t0 it hears thunder.
!Hie lunatic asylum at Williamsburg,
Vttw, comprising that portion occupied
by 200 females, was destroyed by fire
Sunday night last, the flames being
. i i - i -
wara wunout unpleasant aeiays. vre
certainly wish them a pleasant and re
freshing time. No class of people in
the State need it more.
Cloud Burst In Buncombe.
' 1 ; 1 1 11
Avhevitle Citizen. -
Saturday afternoon, the cloud which
Lkpboset. The Baltimore Times in
an article on this dread disease, adverts
first discovered about 12 o'clock, the fact that it has existed inacer-
estimated at about $120,000 with an amnct m iomsiaM tor more than
insuranc ! of $40,000. One woman one hundred years. It ha$ been im
mas burned to death, aid another wan- Prted mto Minnesota by Norwegian
deredoff intheexdtemeniof the hour emigrants. It is common among the
and was found next morning in a creek, Chines California; and in Balii
drowned. The quarters occupied by more several CMe taYe known in
00 males sustained no damage. y the last ten yeara. fr
'y ' Profc A. E. Foote.of Philadelphia,
sustained, a $300,0(X) lossy fire the pf the presence 0f gold iT aU
w tv r y "-- earths, savs there is mnn cmlrl in tl,
it swept off, under a brisk wind, a large J i - , .t- ... rft. ltltti this point the famous hih trestle,
part of the town, inflicting loss and 41," Au C lill. feet; high, crosses. The bents are four
distress upon many good citizens. Tte iTEr "7. stones toh, and one can look down in-
origin of it is unknown. " J' WXt
the Kt)ublicans to the Democrats was
drvaded even bv not a few timid Demo
cratic capitalists.1 TheV were afraid it
"wo&dproToke disturbance which would
to hurtful to their pecuniary interests,
and for that reason many of them vot
ed for Garfield when at heart they pre
ferred Hancock.kThisfeeling)f the
business community was, of course
adroitly stimulated by Republican pol
iticians, who also kept alive distrust Of
the &outh and philanthropic solicitude
with regard to the freedmen under a
Well, we have now had a Democrat
ic Administration -for three months.
The Union still exists, no disturbance
has occurred, the wheels of the Govern
ment move smoothly, there has not
been a single jarV! Instead of the dang
er apprehended from a change, thepeo
find only improvement and more reason
for confidence. i The more sweeping
out of the Republicans from the White
House has wrought great reformation,
and when they so trenerallv from the
offices the good work will be more em
phatic. ; .
The South introduces no discord,
and makas no pretentions, but quietly
pursues its path of progress, only hap-
5ier and more hopeful than before,
'he freedmen are on better terms with
their old masters than ever before since
Danger in a change? Not much. r
New York Sun.
-ui uiaenar0tt ibeau excite.1 ban
isra conference at t!ir coahtry rei-
r. n(deo, having for it object
lV,!,,Cin5 tether of . tlie divrWr,f
vfjwa f IrndiHg Democrats 011 thr iTer
oaesuon Defore tlie meetinif of Onnm.
It la -aanl ni, - . , "
J. WUlCh lved t,,e PPrval of
ir. Jiiueii uuu thatcOMgresaiiiatt Wainer
ox uiuo Has U, chosru the iiitarn.a
",4"J ir iua itrrmc silver men. Mr.
wamer'a ilau t, tUe settlement of th
naettiou. port v. ive. the eaiirtion
From Oar Regal Corrwpondent.
WAsuiXGfbx, D.'C, Jane O, 1883.
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alrea .y felt in Avashinfirton. I learn
that aie President and his Cabinet pro
pose to remain here all summer. There
had b -en talk of coino-to Solders
"fllCi Place nad hwn a Mrrmmtnt riotf
days retreat for Presidents since PresS
dent Lincoln set the fashion. But it is
M ' J A I 1 ir m-m 3 i
f !fnr-. j.- 1 , uuw -ua inai jut Cleveland, wii-re-
or treasurer. JonUn aa-hi 4tle&to atauiit m? uA wru: tr. z l-Tl'ri::-
bars i siurer wlieu jlaced to.iaiul..l UKa .hy j 1
anenesa with-tLeTaluo niid iMae paper several thousand offensively delicate re-
kovuwiu wicisks. Willi n:iM mnsinprwi si
It-is said also that "this con fereuce will I summer in tnw citr :i tmnu f Rtirmi
v. r-n. 1 . .... 1 . J o -"
i-w iwiioweu uy auother to be heldo.u by nea as Ueadly, or worse, vulvar. Washi
. r . . " i 1 - . " . . . .
Asvuiocrats xor tue puriiose of j"sJHt nowever, is not now lUe nested
brlo-ln alout Itaniiouv mi th fa.irT and sjffocatms Dlace of former rlavSL
question. The couferences are made the lts,a"ny ?arks, cooled by shade trees
stiiijct of uiucli iuueceut uiirfh m..i .n. 811(1 fountains and made luxunous with
ill.iuifnrMl rwi .. ..... I e unu naveu waiKS. lurnisn abundan
vui wn mo imibui 1 lit; Urn- I j . ; -,-
publicHii orgrtHs. Bat there is nothi, raueils eSHPe trora the ardent
ridieulou. i., k- i.i-. ..I- .... Fi1?"1 s"n. I be a5uhaltum streets
uniou iu ord.; : zz "rr.i t throng
.nit of .... w. if ,Le Wcud iwTthS J n'X " "
ik. ... a " - w.u w uuu iiijciiii' ill'
oHue win 1,,. ti,ilfc iKslicy if the tolerable. ar now cKarl Ifl,
lAniOCrntlC luaioritr ID the 11 t Hnn f nlnnt fan vaam iU
r - 1 i-. v. ftua itsu auu tuc inean
both the sil ver and tariff aiiftiiu I summer heat ha. lwwn cnmmon'lw nML
- , "a wm. J AWUUWf
.i i fc. Iwl XI J.' T m 9 . ''
win oo strong unit uirwrt bavins all the ed about three desrrees. If vou take
srieiigth that Hesa uniWii of dhTt-reiit your stand on the top of the Washing-
inr ui uiiHigiK HBO mi vxihs nr?etuess of wu iiiouumeni, you will be able to see
converging purposes Of Mr Waruer'sra.e CUUj or tuc llnprovement. Xon
lilan we. will uiv naiLi
.vill overlook a labyrinth of voune and
cept to eipress tho belief that, the dollar IS0 lJhade . r?e3'A, J a' few years
thept-plo wantiia note or certificate Lu011 IfT tforet City of
which u being presented at tl.e Treasury Iu! "T,"1" n,? onfy
will U rrorth .;...!. .si- 11 ruc Srau oouievarus wnere rasnion 1:
win oe worth as much diver as a cold i. f., ; ui.
The Tomb of w4gi,iByt011.
TJie Cooper Union,
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iroiu 1 iiTmtr f.iinvi j; 1 1 n i
.km :n 1 xr . ... - 1 " 1 1,1 j uoiikca ih uihc, uut inn sauaiia
avenues are also shaded. There are
about 60,000 shade trees along the
A .m..k....i . - , . m m aouiuKMJu auu ui uiiy mure
A correspondent of one of our evening in the difTarpnt nV if ho,, J
- - l -1. m I aw U1W UVVU CO"
paperaaiMLes complaint of the iuauaSe- timated that fch. rifv ha 19
Mr M .ir . .7. . . , . . "V. J - "vi
1 ij , -"UM,' f cruuu '8Ulie Xfumi snaded streets. It was the plan of those
holds the tomb f the Father of his no nave had tne mutter in charge to
VUU(.j. vsuie, it win oe remem- plant -tne narrower streets with twtf
bared, was purchased many rears aco, rows of trees, and many of tha widei
Was seen from here, hung so heavily and is now hehl in trunt lyr aommitteo ones with four rows. Tbis plan has in
and ominously over Hominy valley, of patriotic ladies, by whom it is kept as the main been carried out. Set out in
burst with destructive effect It fell in place of public retort. The ctirresnon- rluoie nle twenty-nve feet apart th
the nature of a water snout or a cloud deut charires that rt- u... ..r w I rees would extend from Washinerfon
burst, with a cataract hailstones. The ton are used aa cuiri f New York. Planted in a jrrove with
waters in the streams were swelled al- out of the general lublic. A sinde atemn. a 8Pace twenty five feet between the
most instantly. 1 be stream which cross- er has the exclusive, i n,r i,...;! ... trees tney would form a forest of 800
gers at the old tumMe down wharf. The ' , .
a iie last, icw years nave maae greai
in the appearance of Wash
aw.uoi receives uurty be ed here but twlva rs hnfc bn W
roitta In tl.Iw : i i. . . - M
: "y ,n w,u' "" wis seen .a less than ban tbat tuue whole
01 monNMius of tiuMurs have ben hiki. 4frpifa Af na,r, i
es the railroad about three miles west
of Turnpike bee me a raging flood. At I
oriee of the romwl n-in iYiw. vvdi.;......
aiwl liitotr id .o l..II.... ...I.r..l. I . O
WII UWII4H, in wiiicu sum lie I ij rrfin
to the chimneys of the farm house be
low, inree widths of these bents wen
t V.- VUllmi nnrnw lnMn. :i l.U 1. I frOUl tllM nillllln wliilu ttn ! . I.., I.. I t.. tl. 1. U -.T.l . !
mi , I wwus. wtuuu, iicw 'iui, " iwuuk mc tuis. ueiu 10-1 -I' .pvi , ii.tS ifTiu 1 uccicgjiuii uuuses 01 ciaim Hsrenis. man
ine montnlv I . , i . . i l Mkm u c.l 1 a v I .r i. . i.:i .1 l j .-n- R
" irepoixs 4,4uo pupils during tneustlo0 "5 1 . .u U4ir JOII1h flanging ""v " lMV i"p"c i men uw woney wmrtwiura, anu millionaire tsenators
The Cotton Chop.
uwwuux vuvvuucAtuituKc I ao, T. - ; i.:ii:
at New OrlAans. nnPr dnfc nf Tn.: V " " tlcc compns-
rtmin( mbI V.l tiAtn.J M 1 1 i. 1 f .lf 1 1
. 1 uuuc im? in the sron of Wmnti tho ar I Fumy ooui pen iiuauiig Wy, anu wnen any in-
otb, says tbe May weather has brought I A r : minuies. ine upper part of Hominy quuies are made a to what is done with
. n. a 1 nr in m irfiiir?i v nmnTiwn mvm - - - a m. v
the ' whoif "vfcfnn Jw1t iii I ' i . . .. .
-I.,-.-7 Ti. '.. . yruuaoij oe giaa 10 learn mat a ma-
ppi nver the condition is fully chine for shellingtim has been paten
" tter.than last W5 ted, and that it wiU turn thenT out
U4 " , w. niuauon is aeadedJy more ranMlv h f
1 r "V w.w vuswv.
suspended high in the air. The train ,,a ,M devotl.: The association is a the Blame?, the Dorseys and the Robe-
.jas who nourished during the unctuou
Presidencies of Grant and Haves. The
city has now a population of more than
jy),AK) aud the wealth of the country
daily seekinar investment here, lie-
... 1 iiii , 1 ix .
and. if found trne. a remedv .hiiMi . T.fV1 nn4? ncre larger number
. or aicractions
f . . ... . . y, . land sciences irenerallv. nmrfirwil an A I v11. .w.. n i 1 iit.' . . . .
tne crops to far higher status than ex-ik , 7 v r . -X r"11"; auojecua mese ine innus, it wrapsuselfiu iiuienetrable
uvivuwuii wiiiuu QMIU13, ouuccij s summer pass-
1 11 ; 1 IT117 wirnnnr. iii awm n
mere is a better ayerasra over! Ponnl tin Km.vnainl. Lr a Uv (nA n c;i,: : 2
, o-' I ..uvr uib iiinillll UU UCiU, flU I "wu, au SMUUUK ill H BUXllC-
wnai circumscribed area.
m rf- f
This complaint should bo investigated.
for a winter residence;
favorable, while m the Mississippi boU
toms there is a marked advantage in
The .acreage has been largely In-
ea ana is reported as follows; Vb
Olive Leffau'a Advice teOitla.
HKPCBLISHfcb tt AfcQCrjT.
I IIS I Wfl ST rmmw a. Z A. a. . .1 . . .
.U....H.B ue u 10 inemseiesU;,M iu i .. X Vi : 7
.d to .h.M.tqr U-n,aUc.rfU. ,5,r
oort f tl.ir .i..s..ra i- X..II- 1. " v"fc """"" tii-v is real-
"S. " :Zr?rL" " , r moat attract ve. Cool, spacious park.
v f.wv v uvHibU UUU WUH U
.m.... me pm.iic. u is. not lor us to say ed drawing rooms. Who would not
In ...... I n i . I m ... . .
wonderful fish .tnnr -t Ti " ."7""7 . !f " 5tt preier paradise to pandemonium? It
. . . . mrir iruiu or mm mere ara inv d1hiim
Jones Ceunty Flsblns.
a. iimiu n uviiticiDan rpian no
li story at I
Saturday bat. This
- JiLTJTTZ & EKN U L
Are Age fata Ur the wUl it
juarrantee satis 'irtion tnall
fcS7. r.nS in your wool early and have it,made into cooda
G. 0ILLER & C6s.
THE SENIOR. MEMBER OP OUR FIRM
has Tor fourteen years made the nrpnnM(;l
sale of PorHlfeoii o or.Ju rir''"'tt"" an
he as not sector heanl of a-fertilizer in tlht t;l
forjobaceo, that has ijiviin rs general goo.l'rc 2
andjsatisfaction in all respects as the Yellow S
i4iiu. ii is prepared alter our own 'formula rmll
- .tv...viu m.iiiHTiciursrs in Ualt m(W
and we guarantee the standard this year sl.all
bettpr. Let it-speak for itself. ' '"!
liJlviS.?.: ,gC"U '",d Mr,iatateS f&m Tobago growo,, inXM,kC j
1 SHlUbury, N. O. 25:2m ' ' - 0., '
i D.uiviri. V,-
bbm ava amaw m aar w . - : sw
,L-iUis.iviiii, In. C.
ATTENTION, GOPD FAlOn.;Rs
Of Steele and surrounding townships I
Having! been with and amnr you f.r the
past two vear. I Iihv: studdied vour intei-
ests aiu nect-ssities and can assure ou that
my General Stoc k of Merchandise is alwavs
compierjf ana up to your wants iu -every
particular, and my
ROCK BOTTOM PRTCE3
will compare favorably with Salisbury, Conr
cord 'or jMoorvsville, and resp .-t fully ask
your favors to convince you tht I mean
business. My stock consists in
Ladies' Dress Goeds and Trimmings,
Cloaks, Sha '1. Hats, &c.
Beady Hade Clothing; Hats, Bosts
and Shoes for Ladies, Gt nts, Misses, Boys
ind chilyicn. and wanantcd to 'ive satis
faction. 1 Also a line of Pure Jamil v Gr
erirs, such as pure Suir, the best Cffee.
the 1 st Chewing and Smckiitjj Tolan-.
Snuff, and (as our Representative said) the
best Cigar outside of Salisbury.
My Hardware: line is minnf.?' ' ' i !
i.i . ... ' 1 in mn
ip suovel l'I)vs. IJ,Iiv r?;.
iji...:.. i . '
ouoveis. M.rks, hU
points. Nails, Hod; Ht.,.
Mule slioes. Weil u..l u
h lews, lliMstsnd
ls.. a noo,l liHr . , T M
. - . . , m Lru,iii.K 1,11,1 ' I
Cl.u k SM.,.. n... ... V V. ".fi Mor
. . . v. .um i m Ware un.l i
claw siorcnd will make it , v,,
.-..meaml see.,,,,. ,elevouCi
1 take ureal pleasure in sho'raT ..
nd .ng.v.nHUthe i .f, nrnrrio,,
of. and Gla8. ttarc, retol )lcl (;
mg out rapidly.; cfiMi
every ma, lro,p ,,eKj J. . J
. .11 m thtl.jlt.,t rnaikH 1)lircs(,ranr
thing jouliHTe fi,rsaTe li..o, :, , ha ken tu
a bale of cott R sP, ( iiulh -
' ' tJ ,oo.J. B0 WAN DAVIS.
March 16, 188o. 3.u j
T3ET A TTfPTC,T f acnvB akd iivTKr.i.iKWT ageivts iae-ryMpB.
WW. gfJLAi Xlij 4 Hud caunty to sell our l-Ol'Ut.U NJIW BOOKS nd FAMILY
Jt.lL.lc, Minister, teacurr-. .ml o ltrt., whM tima ia not fullcjocapi d. wiM And it to ihoir intmt
to corrTfohil with aa. TorarmeTSionaiid tber rms; nan jurt cninin on lh" firUl of mo ion, tha
ba.tnau effr su.ur adrantnc , l-h rm niaiM ofwiikl-ir money nud t Hr culrnr. Writ for gmial
tmito B. 2. JOIIIfSOXf CO 1,013 SIlza Street, Blehineod, Ta.
s not remarkable that the PresidAnf
ouly I aas decided to spend the summer here
.. A I a .
Kciiiicuiaii rail b. .ii ... i . t ii-
BBS IB B llllf BTBB BBIBB UflFV MI aB&flA I - I -tr -w . al
A woman's safegBTard U to keep a man'a Ulllt , J. .Z- - mrm t thty ought to make regular Ue is less a sybarite than any President
ginia 100, South Carolina 102, Florida W Jo need hi. assi.rane. i war. w?s cJiT" ? " .iJ:,; ,Trt B? ". uf not 5 !nd the thermometer at
101: :TnnMM iao r..i, 1 walkiiijr, take his artn instead of Mi T.,' m. . ' l . ' strange mat tueir good faith lias fallen J"f"J ' ; rors xor mm surround-
-'r-T"w' w 'v.fcu waxoiina . ...... . r -T" .nmiB iuRni nonev. wnieli I :..!.. ed hv thA cmmH fw f k vvi,:
nouse grounds, rlis Cabinet will also
remain here. The Secretarv of the In-
nnnr artn h atfnvnA iinMi 1
ftitM H.n 11l J,. i . - .. I j r:.;. rr u.. ... .. I T"V "" """'"c-Mcuciiu kuuvv
The 'hpH aM lAi t Mi. . wnu uuu ien Bomeiiung nibble at liia ii
ine belt average is 104. Increase in 1 allow them to do. Men win jJ w. ....ni . r . . ..
Mm' A(ftfwk I. .r j"imvu at. .it Mini iuiiiiii inrro was
"b 00 'ivWi - itrnst. uite a ma voor arm arid rnn I a lion w waiirki uIh.I.I aft
will find him verv coiifidttitbtl. iwi I.-1 ol ;n.ffu....i .jc ... i - .. .
..' . ' -. I ... . , ",u" J V,M" vucw.4i ruuru id loosen it be
cEalEsoijrD.Thetele n:,k- privileges he Micludea the belter way wotiM le to
-- - j hvw turn aisi
..." . i r
M.t ..k. mi arm instead of utt 1 Trenton wi. r -k: .k
ir .fe iLLrl M "aV - takitMr vours. Just tell him it. hi. B l-V-iV. "l... J ? V" . wuw" d
v, ucvrgui xui, Alabama 1U4, Miss- ii. rI w. , uiucmauy supjieti into deep water
faippi 102. iboidana 110, IiWl'Sn T ''" ,ik;.'i rmaii tll.re until fiw ,1.
100. ! J",s80nI? "1 V' ."Pt J tenfold past The owner of it .u fi.l.i,
p. juen win nn inir vn.i f h. i j . .... . . . .v
. j nujHu ieii Bomeuung nibble at liia hoik.
w them to do. Men will not do ti.1 H Till I lorl a iviu m r......l .t..
The Direct Tax.
. rvwn a uvvi HOTS IV IW Ml U HIM nr iff fh. Hvnnfwa 1 1
at,. l ui a Buiuiiier in ims
- climate as compared with that of theii
Washington. June 8th. Comptroller native cotton belt. Secretarv 'Tfemrri
Durham has just rendered an imiMirtant will leave every Saturdav to see his
decision as to
In an article on the currency an Ari
zona editor says: ;u We are rich beyond
the dreapis of thci imagination in gold
and silver." The next article is an ear
nest exhortation to the subscribers to
pay up, ojs the editor is "badly strapped."
N. Y. Tribune. -
pw news dispactliedta the Associa
ted press, June 0th, from England says
Z?' surprise is expressed at the
defeat ox the covernm.nL Tt
jpeclthatan efEort would be madJ
m mgnt uy prevent the; proposed in
peaae of duties upon beer and spirits!
but thert was no idea that the oppon-
I uwcMira tne cabinet, it
5!!!?! i Ki" M niely
: doubtful whetKer s a Minister could re-
sign, ana leave unnnished o many im
rpprtant matters relating to both home
lff1 Nothing mortun.
itoward than the present crisis could
nave occurred apparenUy. Meiof all
' Iparties are of the opinionihat the gov
fjernment should tf least remain pro.
Tnly that is, ymn afterthegen-
eral election. ; p - ,j. y. -. :-. -
! A:Cabibet council was; convened at
,noon .and was in session nntfl 1,15
odoekv It is understood that the sit-
uon was i WOronghly discussed; and
5LW mriewof thde-
ss nigm would bfr inconsistent
for members of the Cabinet to remsin
lonwr m ofice and it was resolved that
their f Iteugnation be tendered to thfl
Queen at once. . 1
S decision of tbe Cabinet created
! Terish and depressing effect on the
I stock exchange, Freeman's Journal
commenting on the defeat of the Gov
rnment, says itw due to the action
of the ParneUtes in refusing to uphold
a Cabinet from which thev mfv
nothing but broken prornises. and from
Period of ; m Tears, ia dn U
jisjMM mei with no disaster
in its journey through space it will
iTOaij up at the appointed time. Tern.
pelVHraetwi 6 years,
was due in April, but has not yet been
seenJ I : -
retain i hc taoncv dne tlilfamilv at his an rest ml Lmn in rtolo.
w.hll . .! I . S 7 wu n til I I v . av.mt-
wonia not take if. be waa not I emitted I null it fownrd him i.: State of MississioDi; as a set off Hiimt ware, retunnnir to thft Rtaf DAnnrf.
to uo so. He will give vour arm niatir I nrise. out nmn I.;. rM ..:t. direct taxes. Coiiiutroller Duihnm h..lili.hnent on Mondav. The other Reerfan
.... . : ii . -wvjuK. tir.i Biifif. i - I ... . "
' ,niv aij twistsand soaeezea thnt i, I it nut mid 1 1.-I..,t. r.. i that under tha Custit.iii .in tliA .lii-ur
. . , - " I " f nan tOAbfllCll III I v . i
conm nave no oonortunirr tf tLAt. ! imJ ;.! ..ei. ..ut..t. ... . . I (him nrH i.iri u,r,.i.,. .:: r ft...
agstinst the Suite, aud hence
tidelireditfxa .if tl.n att i
w "---w . - ... .... ...s w . i. v ifi iic iiarh i .. .1.
ivrep jour irla off tha street, except eys call it ami had tarrietl a little ttni erlrate capacity, but th it the certia
wi.en iney nave business. Teach them lonir. and liad i?rovu so Urm l. ...i.i cate of the former comotroller i binding
. - t -a- ." i , m
Vn " ' mat ne per otii, anu the book waa faxtfned to ,,,a,' ,u,uer 1,1
coald have no opportunirv of doings and a goi sizetl catfish, whi.di, no doubt tax were ,lw
opiwrtuuity is just what ha , i. after. A ?iad taken up quarters there to lick State and not;
few more words of advice and I w HI close, thr sweetening out, as the little dark- w;ro l,wt M '
is unnecessary to go to
mo nostolacel not irei out atram. am ....ia.-u.i
Terv time ther V.-.. : , ... k- ... 7 t"T l'""
- wi Siit mn jjo i usiirruiaii Ulilitff
home alone just as wU as yonr boya. If book which accidentally pa
twiaaiKI In. till . . ; I.i.
possible, instill into their verr m.in the iui?.
... .1 . -I o-
,WI w,eX w in XMr own hmn.u
than thej art) iu tha kaod.of ttr man-.
prcacjiera not axcepted.
News and Observer: Mai. Jam.
W. Wilson, of Monranton. veatenlav
told the reporter nonie queer things
in regard to the diterater amonfr
tie. if cattle arii. brought cami fVnm
There are indications, savs the
- . - m www
rMerrer, that the great Uassian move-
mant ttrilt K l
rr . .""wa' . few. weeks. ; from: ilistemuer. Ther
vxartiow frowns upon Servia Tn ; : i Aere
t.h.i:.-H-.T,,i,?"'PM is no such; thing as preserving tl.-ir
vvuuiij which uas ueea tbefootiJi-es:
i ii .
.i . .
hsaiMiir RaMt.. .w.-uiiww. is nuw
been ?L ' ra w"S"i .iles westof Mor-
Iterabni IZ iu . TW,rea st- g-nton. CUle brought from a 'point
Petersburg and aubwquently demsnded just west of that line to one utMi
a more servient attitude towat Ir u j: s ne
" !w tu, ,n imie time, in 1775
Kin itii.n r i ; I " hm ir. easi as Jolinston
K ri " w-. -ii to weT
Which. Ireland enhH aV4 "" r u eendeney than ever.
Emperor of Austria. Ta i.i-..i.L; : 1 " u,e n.ve
ter of the KS t"
a e. tne Austria. elecUon. i. poiuted every ten years. It is all very siueu
out as important in this eonnrt. .t !.r - M.: Jw:i.-u I . ' A 8IM?U
In ; . ww-i nova uu Kiveu me UXAl"
lag as it doe. that the nti Bostian ele. ter much thought. B
rasntls in creator -n.i-r I
n Mscedoaia and Crmiti
: . inreetia, and
lis estimated that 10,000.000 oare
balls are made and sold in this countiy
At his home in Thnmajm'ru xr n
" n'f - ;x W. Lewis, of the Noith Carolina Coo-
claims ta have 5i7ri t;w WT ' m me neid near his re-
eJriJB was unconscioua th-
wrsets hour of his 4eath. f For liftvwo and
proUblyulbi LT-efBW Jcfd he wrought jtobly. He
tuTlZ c?unts to he duterence In has been instrumental inbniHini
WK- ' corsets,- J new chuithes in .North CamSS than
ay ouier man in the 'State. nerhmRj
tan who wii i.i . v J "BBO ca.ues sd here and there
, .year. The indiig-of'varn is dc; 'toinake is a mjrhL dL ZTZS - te M moum to his
iOrkan Pimyu. 7 ' ? " ll.-iYaA ansfw Advo-
i va. - - - ' .
han d. -
to his auccesnor, subject to revision ouly
by Congress or the Courts. He decides,
therefore, to withhold final actiou ujhmi
the natter until the attention of drngiess
can be called to tha same, which will be
douo iu his next annual report to the sec
retary of tha treasury. The principle
involved iu this rasa attecta a good many
States and a very considerable umotiut.
Ukclk Sam's Balasck Suekt. The
debt , atatemeiit isstled today allows the
decrease or the pabtte debt for the month
of May (according U old form) to bo $4-.
425,484.91, decrease of debt since June 30,
1884, J54,500,714. ; Caaji . iu .treasury
$479,500,400.27, gUd certificatea out
standing $140,(,076, certificate deposit
atsUuding $2740,000, refunding cer
tificates tutsauding; $240,700, legal ten
ders outstanding feMfi fk-?l.0lfl. fnnt in.
-. 1 - j - -
eluding .amount estimated as lost or
destroyed) $C65,838.88. By the new
form of debt statement which will sutler
eeilo the old form nf the expiration of the
current fiscaprearvtlis decreasa of th
public debt for the month of Map is stated
Jadge Atklas Refuses the Hotloa far a
- Sew Trial.
Richmos1, Vs., June 8. Judge
Atkius today overruled the motion
for a new trisi; in the case of T.J.
Cluyerius, convicted of the murder of
Lillian Madison.; The prisouer'a
counsel entered a motion for an arrest
of judgment, and asked that the hear
ing be poatjxmed until Tuesday the
16tli iust., in order to give them time
to examine te record as to thr pre
cise point to bring to the attention of
the court, and propose bills of excep
Wbat Delicate Child is that t itia he
J nff detopred bv worma. . tvii it. mii.
ithaj oae bottle of tShriber's Vewutfug
ii.wi it io uesitu. k. - t - -'eDti
will remain here, as will also the Chiefs
s)t bureaus, and a much larger propor
tion of clerks than have hitherto re
mained in the city. Many clerks can
not leave because of the new rule pro
hibiting leave to those who have been
tbsent from sickness or other cause
for thirty days. Others are not will
ing to go because they are afraid of
anding big Damocrats in their places
when they return.
West Chester, June 7. Dr. W.
D. Hariman, of this place, has seen
i he Washington, D. C, man who re
tvntly cooked a few iocusla for the
purpose of testing their flavor, ami
aa gone considerable lietler, he hiiv
ng made a Vquare meal" yesterday
upon these ntrange bugs. Ho pre
pared about a quart of them first bv
parlKiiliug and then by frying them
in butter ai d adding a delicate sauce,
bad a meal fit t serve a kiiiir. TIk
loctor pronounce I hem quite juilaf able,
but would not care to have thctu for
a steady diet.
President Cleveland accents no frw
rides on railroads or steamboats, and
insists on paying his fare like other
people when he rides. He declined
the use of a car tendered him to go to
the Gettysburg celebration and paid his
A little girl was asked bv her mother
o l her return from the temple how she
ii itxi mej prcacner. "jjidn t like him
at all," wasthe reply. "Why?" -k'Cause
he preached till he m ide me sleepy,
then he hpllered so loud that he wouldn t
let me go to sleep." Hebrew Standard.
. i. MILLER.
IS StILt. AT TUB ;
Corner of Kerr & Lee f treeUV
with a full line of DRf GOODS and GROCERIES.
Also, keeps a First Class Boarm.nuUoCKE.jI)
Call and see htm. :pijr
A Tkrrific STORM.Onr commnnify
was visited yesterday by a terrific llinn-
der storm. In the immediate vicinity of
our city it was not nearly so severe aa
elsewhere. The wind was strong here and
the lightning vivid and the thunder appal
ling. Aneliutree, in front of Mrs. Ma-
ten'a residence, on Main street, was riren
from top to bottom, and a house near
the machine shops of the Messrs. Fogle
Bros., was struck and considerably danw
aged, fortunately no one waa iu the
building. North of us the storm, from
what w can learn, was almost a tornado,
tearing timber to pieces, unroofing bams.
t"Ihave on sale at prices and terms
to suit the times, ns follows :
The celebrated Morgan " New Clipper"
and SEYMOUR MOWEIiS jsuaranU-ed to
give satisfaction or no sale. i
The Newark Machine Company's
Improved Horse RaJxes, Straw
Cattera and Grain Drills,
superior to any ever brought to Rotran.
of the very best makers at surprisingly low
HP The Wajrons, Mowers, Rakes, and
Grain Drills can be sold on lonj time if
pnrcliascrs so desire.
"3rrljjiinph Reapers and Self-Binders,
sold this year only on orders, but at prices
astonishingly low. J. A. BOYDEN.
Salisbury," June 4th. 1885.-
i . .
By virtue of executions, issued from the
Superior Court of Iredell County, against
the lands of James B. Woods - in favor of
Trenton Rubber Works, J. W. Card well &
C., E. L. Tunis & Co., Bickford & Huff
man, WntUins,.Cattreil & Co., Sam'l O. B.
Cook & Ci, and Malin Plow Co., I will sell
at the Court House door in the town of
Salisbury, oh the
First Monday in June.
It beim the; i 1st day of June next, the fol
lowing tracf of land, situated in the Coun-
of Uowaa and described as follows:
SALE OF LAND!
'''. ' '
On Monday the 0th dnv f July. 1835,1
will sell to the hi-rliest "bidder. iiiilic'Omrt
Flouse door in the.town of SiilisiiUry;attb-
hour of 12 o'tloek,!a tract of land. knn
as the. Polly IlurtmarT Land' it being the
same devised by the said Polly Hrtmnto
Solomon Ketchey and otlKirs rontaininf
154 a res more or less. Iin ami situated
in the township of bitnker.
"This is a valUal.lu tract ofland relh
located and withiujafew ir.iit.-s bf Salt
burv. : ' "
TERMS ofale-One,lfiilf'ciuli. tlieoth-
cr within six month' from date ol sale The .
deferred payment to; lie feci red hyhona
and jrood security. By orde of the Sane -rior
Court of Row art count v. ' : --7
KERR CUA GE.ComV.
May 13, 1835. 30;tds M
RED C. OIL, Cheap-:
One tract containing Two Hnmlrfd Aerm
&c. We heard of the loss of no lives. We pf nd more or less, adjoining the Isndsof
have been unable to gather the particu lhn b112 m- Smith, James Corner and
lars. but froiollion i!.. jbthers, andjknown as the "D. K. Wood
, -rl. .J tract oflaud." Terms of sale cash.
ww iwuui Buinn mat naa
tyryears.7Vin Cify Dairy. j PriI s0 1885.-lm
C. C. KRIDER, Sheriff.
"Cr ae tcu in. all her aleps, ihattn ihlnl
tyet . (
In every gesture dignity and loref
So appeared Mii?r Eve,ndMrn7
-bi her fair deceiiilnts,iili ii'
nop tfunl mAMf A rf Ann i nuktlK fl N IfiaTf f
of feniHle (roniuhiinlRare direcllt cau ;
ed by di-turbances or'sm-prewion vlj
Ii- M.rwt,...! Pinn.:i.n 1 11 t TtTV 'HC
Murii.l iu.liniiml nnf ilini! fpef I".1 "
will off iur-t rlif anil i-nre.
- - - .. . . . .-'-- - i
I. m . . r . riiKIID'
' ii h irom tne recnieoi a
..iu.1. ..I,;,i,n ft ia coinpweu 0';
Mrictlv officinal ingredrVi-i, "T g
happy combination lia hevtrbren b"T jQ
uaMHrd. It i prenwed iUi v"n !.
kill from the tinet materials. Il 3
lie-p.ilm for eonMtawcy of FtreiW
verlainlv of effect, elegaa.re f l'"1 ,i d
lion. Ua.nv of uppeareiite r.d r. g
ive che pa-'". The A
favor is genuine. It never fjito "eP g
fairly tried.. '. i il
This willcertify that .-two "If'";? i5-ofmvimme.li-te
family, after bsg.
Mufle'rinaiur many year. from
.ilirrej-ularity,-nd BaTins been . rwj
ed wilhont benefit hy wn"'' 'S .
doctor,, were t leneih
by onebottleof Dr. Bradnelil ;
Regulator. It- effe m .
truly wonderrnl.and;wedm''ff;(. ;
i imp : ' i-iitui riirn"'.!
edy be called "HOBurM- " -
1 ou rs KecpecnK"
Happiree of Wotniti
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