1 i L . j - r -
f the Carina
i An nlatfara nil
t . til. V
f if k in 1w nit
certs of the "Nave
rlidton'y, ictii ui mli
Uem U-il. The
PpsSue uuifamilly flne'aud
( yDCLE.-4rie Western N.
--fu:ilj jcHiihi-e new sched-
$, it.:.... ..f 4iiiiiiiii liini wr a
cTl . ' i :i.- iiniiid nun lu-ir.
ft.Ui'iii.! IniiiM t Moiganton,
1 r ' t ......... I liu u-ilnu
LKTtKits reiiiaiJif iig hi tin Pt
ttPoi-h-r, U I. He, JfMCs
-jj Joint1 Gaitlu-r, ISnlierMMi, M
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jilt, OD ii G.i.Ulw.
Jay liil vtitrsi'" wneii ine jhmim
J. II. KAMSAY, 1. .! .
w Republican, of Winston,
V. CrisLEkt hasbeenwilarg-
) j, "ri'' . . it- -i.
rttpC. lit is one oi me tieu est,
y in the State, politics excepted.
"alf 0? MRS. LKAlUJS. uur cuui-
U fe'in sorrow this, morning, at
vjihof.. lVERJt vRAIQE. Aiier
r4ia 4 week s illness she died last
fettt'li? elok. Lovely in all
.i&ns of life her departure is
j J great 10SS. cue uas - iei tscveu
Jj.0Tie 'only a few days old, toJ
iacethe irreparable loss of an
luate mother. Husband and cbil-
2 community n this their hour of
3ia The Sabbath School of the
loistE. church had a picnic on
iij. they spent the day on Dunns
-innearly four miles.South of
It is a point in full view from
knl would be in full view from
raton the mountain. It is a
fr a picnic, and we
i not the party found it so on
4 Stoudenmire will preach in the
rHoaseoii!next Sunday morning
'm ume; bunday night in
MterMuttz's Dnur Sforp- .
le vanumc unnrcti.
! A ff
7.ind it ninlit. Rev. Xf: S.
I""' the "M i rnculous S!irhte
ytfim ivhicit tiekets of ml mis.
viral iieeting recently going
ti&t church, chiefly under
of Rev. Mr.' Jordan, closed
ght last. with
Tonsmaking 22 in all
connected themselves with
W church; A roKia
yx -. u - vvuu.uvi ui6
Jfttoijje of whoom will join
tered a raking fire last
balls, dance paf
the devil and
to eternaldeath; and
HAT3! the fission of the
L tmst to" draw a broad line
imr- .Si I ,
eween its memberdat once explodedJ)x
?"ftt m these wicked
I? -, s " Vi "a years.
'V;ur"l the dear Crook
! i i nor c mi.l .r-.K..
K11 iso tin. li -
MS! "left behind
t, u w,tl 8 charms of
IT lrxl . n I
- -iiiii4i ru
.wiu dle Jrn n
It will be : remembered that we said
in thelast issue df this paper that this
yoang lady was in town 'and Would
give an exhibition of her j wonderful
power that "day. It was ' the occasion
of a crowded house .at Meroney's Opera
Hall. Everybody; , seemed anxious to
see to what extent thVslories of her
strange force could verified. In due
tims the cdrtain roja and revealed Miss
Lula and her ": mother! sitting far back
on the stage, ,Th maiiagelf came for
ward and in a few, appropriate remarks
told the audience that Miss Lula's power
had been the subject of ckse and pro
tracted studyBy the scientist and savants
of the Smithsonian Institute at Wash
ington; by ,the Medical Faculty at
Charleston, and. by; learned men all over
the country, wherever she has gone;
and that up to this time none have
been able to offer an explanation. That.
the lady herself nor her parents, could
explain it, and were as ignorant of its
source as all the rest were.! All they
knew was that she possessed a strange
force by the mere touch of her hand,
and that this forcethougkworiderful,
as would be seen, was not a hindrance
to her daily life at home, where, to all
appearance, she was the same as other
The manasrerfhen invited a number
of persons by name, a list of whom
some citizen had supplied him, to come
upon the stage and take part in the ex
hibition; as the lady must have some
one to,re3ist her strength or it could
not be shown. , -:
After borne hesitation the stage-was
pretty well filled'up, mostly of persons
who believed the thing was a fraud.
Among these were Judges Schenck, of
Greensboro; a 230 lb. Mr. Carraway, of
Raleigh; Theo. F. Kluttz, Dr. Rumple;
Robt Davis; C. A. Jtice, J. J. Bruner,
and many others?
THE CHAIR EXPERIMENT.
A gentleman was handed. a common
cane- seat chair, which he was told to
hold with the back" against his chest,
one hand- errasmnsr the front Bart of
the seafand the other one of the pil
lows of the back. It is the" best possible
position for holding it firmly. Miss
iitirst then laid an open hand on the
seat of the chair, and with the other
touched the top of the chair back. The
parties stand motionless in this position
from five jor six seconds, whan a sud
den jerky sort of. motion is given to
the chair down up right -leftall
in lightning-like succession and with
a powerf ui tendency to runaway with
the holderand especially to tangle pp
his legs and down him, whether or not.
The man ; struggles to hold on and to
hold still, with, every muscle strained up
to its utmost tension; and accepting it
a3 a questionxf - personaHtrength and
wind, he is riot goining to give it up
while he can stand on his feet, and so
he very often goes down rolling on the
floor. Now while this lively scene is
being enacted; what is Miss Hurst
doing? She is followiner up -the eren-
tleman withihe-jhair, managing ta
keep one. hand in 'confeicV with it. She
isjexertirig no strength, but as the du
raUoTof teixte depends onlier con
tact, her struggpartner makes it
vellively'wOTkwith her to keep up
with him. She withdraws her hand
the momenthTgoes down, or before, if
she has shown that the man cannot do
what he is trying to den hold the chair
still. ' 1
Ah! but how is it known that she
exerts no muscular strength in " this
feat, her ! hand being all the time in
contact with the chair? Might she not
exert such force imperceptibly to an
audience? ; ' - X
She is a person of about ejordinary
size of young ladies ;vwill not - weigh
exceedmgl54bs.--with no striking
muscular development! Her personal
attitude in all her experiments strikes
every one as thafof passiveness; She
assumes no position mdicaHyje of pow
erful, effort, but the contrary ; and if in
the chair feat it be supposed that she
did exert muscular power, ithat idea is
A common walking stick a strong
and haTyonepref erred is handed the
gentleman, which he grasps firmly
with both hands, holds perpendicularly
in front. Miss Hurst steps up and
touches - it with the ballsf her4wa
thumbs her hands arejopen. In two
or three seconds the gentleman is dan
cing oTer the floor trying to control
the stickj He feels that a powerful
force is exerted to take it away from
him. ' He is directed to put one end of the
stick on the floor, and exerts his whole
strength to do it; but he cannot make
it touch the floor Twlthreeror f our
olherKentlemen- are called . to as
sist him; and they all work and tug at
that stick;to;geHt down butxannot !
while the lady's open hand is in con
tact with it. What could one person's
musctdar strength avaU . against such
odds, even if exerted to the utmost?
How much Jes the simple contact with
the open hand.
tt hand. x a- J -t" j
LaTe-attemptd to describle this !
' V ... . - ,
exhibition In order to give the country
readers of this paper a clear conception
of 5 the mysterious power j exerted by
Miss Hurst,' who, to all appearances, is 1
personally no more than any other girl
of - her age and size. We f, might add
here the feats of lifting two heavy men
sitting on a chair simply by putting
her.handVon the top othe chair back;
and of! . the fstruggle of , eight ; or! ten
men in their Tain, efforts to force down
to the floor -a cHair which she held stis
pended with; one hand resiuignpon it.
But these could only increase the won
der, already beyond the comprehension
of the 'human mind. The -effects' are
plain, positive and beyond dispute;) but
when you undertake to trace tliem up
to anr adequate cause, you are groping
tne aarK and can nnd nothmar.
If - the eirl had- lived at Salem.
Mass., a huudred and fiftvt Tears aoti
ii . -f - ' r v
the good people of the time would have
burnt her as a witch. As it is, she 13
travelling over the country, having a
good time, and heaping up a comfor
table fortune. ' ; . i '
Bui there are always persons of a
practical turn of 'mind who may askr-r
wOf j what use is it?': Can: .Miss Hurst
make it available for any of the prac
tical purposes of life?" !4 T .
We have never heard that Bhe is able
to lift heaTy , bureaus when a carpet is
to be laid down or taken up. I We hare
never heard that she can stand a man
on her hand while he puts up curtain
fixing3 above a window; nor indeed,
that she is capable of performing any
Sampsonian feats, such as carrying off
the gates of a city, or pulling down the
pillows which hold up a great temple.
She may be said to have floored her
thousands of men by the touch ot her
hands, and made thousands of dollars
by the operation, and she has non-plus-sed
the scientists, who profess to know
everything, by s showing them some
thing that they don't know, and prob
ably can never find out. There is real
use in the latter, for the wiseacres of
the day have; great need to be taught
that they are: very fools after all
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
' Salisbukt, June 2, 1885.
The loviil nud visiting mtMiibera of tin
.SiiliHtxn v bar met in the Court Hiuise on
Jum 2d, IStio. for the irNiftt f giving
;i titling e.pre((riiHi of Ilieir senxe oT (lit
Iosh of that eminent lawyer, Jamks M.
McCoijklk, Ekq. Hi Houoi, AHtitaiid
A. McCoy, failed to the chair, nml T.
C. Linn sippointed Kerietmy.
'Vhh Coiinui.ttee aiipointed at a iretioti
inwtuig iiieseuled the fulhiwing ureiun-.
We and resolution, which wete uiiaiii
mouisly adopted by a rising vote :
Whereas, we have heard with feeling
of the deepest; j;rief. the aiinouiici'inent
of 1 he dealt ii of our brother, Jamks M
Mct'OUKLK, Eq., u lueiuber of the Salis
bury tai ;
KesolcedrZriiat in the loss of our mso
ciaU d, we deplore one of the ablest law
yer of our Statewhosc long service at
the Iwr whh giveu with energy, ability,
windmii and courage to what aiN ured to
him the In'Ht interest of hi profesidou, big
caiiM-s and his State ;; and that for Imm
devotion to duty, his loyalty tw his con-vict4rs-Kt"his
tinifonii Courtesy mul
bearing towards his brethren, we desire
to testify our condolence with i is family
anl bfs fellow citizens.
Hesolved, That the Secretary of this
meeting be directed to present to the
tainily of the deceased this public expres
sioH of the sorrow felt by the members of
the bar in their loss.
Jlcsolred. That the Chairman of this
meeting be requested to appoint a enm
in it tee, whohe duty it shall be to offer
these resolutions to the Snerior Coitit,
now in session; with tlie motion that they
be spread on the records of the same.
I rr n rr n
; 1 HKU. T. 1VL.L 1 i , i
D. Sen knck, Com m i t
Chaules Price. j tee.
. Breif, but eloquent tributes were paid
td the memory of oar deceased brother
by Messrs. Craigc, Schenck, Leach, Hn
derstiii, Overmau, Kluttz, M. L. McCor
kle, Mauuey, Gourley, nnd Judge McCoy.
Ou motion, the secretary was directed
triprep'ire n copy of these proceedings
for the Saljsbrry papers, the Charlotte
Observer, and the Raleigh Netce-Observer,
whereupon, the meeting adjourned; f
Umu ' the renssembliug of the Court,
Judge Scheuck j presented the foregoing
resolutions, which were ordered by Hi
Hour t b spread npon the miuutes of
the Court, and ns a further mark of ve-
spect to the memory of Brother McCorkle
the Court thereupon udjutirned.
i AlLmakd A. McCot, Ch'm.
WdsiAJt's Bights Disturb tThe Illi
nois ; Episcopalians. A sensation was
created in the Illinois Convention last
week by a motion for au auiendmeut to
the caivon, giving women a right to vote
at the election of- church officers. The
proposition was received with some
levity but was warmly supported by the
Ber. Dr. Jewell, of Evauston. Bishop
McLjuen tried to cut the discussion short
by remarking that he had iio sympathy
with the Del va Lock woodisin of the times,
and that he must strenuously objected to
the conservative Episcopal Church taking
the lead in this experimental Woman's
busiuess.r Another lay membr-rthe new
post master S. Corning J udd also op
posed the motion, contending that the
proposed change was contrary to Scrip
ture and - to ecclesiastical . law, and was
not even desired by the women them-
selves: fie motion was finally jlott, tha
clergy; "voting Hryeaa aod 24 nays and
tKe pa hca voting 6 yeaj-and rays.l
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-. . i - ; -r - - 3 - .
- MINING DBPABXXtENTv
- MANAGERS. --? v.
v 81,000 was ;the result' of . theHunni
cutt mine for last week. ; We . are in
formed the Vein continues .;to hold well
and is rich. " "
. We notice that the ' New York Min
ing and JFinancial Record always gives
the v WATCHkiar credit ioti; what it
for the Chicago Mining Review, altho
we are pleased to have themmake re
hash as itij always tends to draw atten
tion to our mining interests, .. .We no-
tice that a letter published by our Mn
Bruneri in the New Orleans papers hasl1, gt $90. ; The total value of
been republished all OTer the United
States and been the means of much in
quiry, - ' ;:- :
In a letter from a- responsible party
at King's Mountain', he saysi - UI team
within a few days past there'is proba
bility of the large rdii worts sorting
up uere. ine -Q-ins juouniain go la
W.W8 rmally oto)ts
newpropnetors&MFweei oand they
are making contracts v for -wood, to
opeations;, i '
This King's 'Mountain mineral dis
trict is something wonderful and should
it have been discovered in. some out of
the way country and reported to the
world that in radius of five miles are
found banks of iron ore, Teinsof quartz
carrying Goldj Silver, Copper, lead and
Tin, with such minerals'as. Manganese
and Baryta (Sulphate Barium) in pay
ing quantities, it would have created
a sensation. For this district we can
say that the iron mines have been
worked to a depth of 150 feet although
there are mountains of the ore on the
surface. The gold mines has paid as
as high as $80,000 in one year. The
copper Teins have not been .developed
although some fine specimens have
been found, the same can bis said of
Galena, of Baryta there has been open
ed and worked a good 3 foot vein. The
manganese deposits have not been
opened to any extent.
, The receipts at the U. S. assay office
at Charlotte, N. C, for the first five
days in the month were $1,200. If
Hoover Hill and the Phoenix could be
induced to ship their produce to the
Charlottlelfice it would add largely
to the record. As" it is, they like many
other producers ship out of the State
that' which the State, .should;, have
credit for. -;- - - -
History that Lasts'.
Has (he South the Faculty to. Mde It t
(Ualstoa In N. Y. Times.j5'
Over in Jersey town, at -'VI omit Holly,
as near ns t remember, is the grave of
Patience Batnnm. Patience Barnuni was
a Quaker girl and heroine, nud'no grave
is more entitled to recognition in this
season of decoration. Sue gave her life
fiir tbo Union. No strength o charm
can be added to the simple tale of her
sacrifice. A youiig physician to Phila
delphia was betrothad to Patience Bar
nam when the war broke out, and their
wedding day was fixed. He also was a
Quaker, and was enthusiastically loyal,
and he was among the foremost to volun
teer his services iii defence of the Union.
Mouths went by, and he was with his
regiment in the thickest of the most bit
ter fights. One day news came North that
a skirmish had left some of his company
dead and others wounded, and that he
was among the missing.' When this dis
patch reached the girl, , who hhd been
waiting to become his wife, her whole
life changed as in the twinkling of an eye,
and she suddenly developed into n ma
ture woman. The next tiews that came
convinced all the young Soldier's friends
that he was killed. But Patienca did not
sit idly and hoeIessly down- to-wail. Be
fore even her closest relatives we4e aware
af itshe had volunteered for. the war;
she found her place in an ambulance corps,
and they who loved her. at the North-lost
sight of her wholly ere many week went
by.3ho was far South ; aUo was in the
van of the very regiiuent With:wijch her
hero had marched ) away, rThe(Hjn,e a
furious fight one ninlit and a rejJ town
was captured, a town with a prisoti eu,
n Libby on a small scale; . WJiejij victory
was no longer problematical, buassared
to the. Union troops, blaziug. 5t$Pts were
throwu upon the rotf f the crap. aud
seasoned old prison, and the l(U)U sol
diei'8 confined there seemed djwmed.. Bat
the rebels were routed in time,. and, Jialf
suffocated by smoke, the prisoners were
fiuallybrought out io the open , air, to
their brethren, and to a sight fi the old
flag once more. , In the throng of etna
ciated beings saved was that of tire young
Pliiladelphian whom long ago. Patience
Burn it ms heart had given np as lost.
Foremost among those to meet hi id Was
Patience Bamum. - How cam slie to the
I rout so quickly not oue of those excited
soldiers kuew But alia was there, and
there was ecsucy in two- bostims In that
moment, but only for a inoiueut. Down
from a neighboring woods camoHhe bul
let of some still defiant rebel.' Its victim
was Patience Baruum. Many a tear those
rough, storm-beaten soldiers shed aa they,
laid her to rest for a little while in a
Southern grave ; ot one of them that did
not love her. Still unweded, the man
.4 eitizeu kt
f v .
h lovod.livoa to.day la ;PhiladcfpTib, a
Stt?af At a Gat a Peuai.
Sigaf at a cent
rent a mnndKis Ke yjdjr Ptlent, ril you don't KkcmjW Swift Specific fir bW I
or llie nifir wlw artlfCPt4ln,-Icr:,4,,S ;beter try ar.lv,,u extracted atw mwltcal ailUgeat"
enthusiastic in I heir assertions tha
sorgnn srigar will yet be pnxirvccil at
uiav raie. -ai lien enctu ntgettient is
fotihd by alvtK-ates of sorgnra culture
in t he report f Clinton Bozart li;an
lowa larmer, to the Agricultural De-
(xinruent. Mr. isnzarili rental eigh
tyi fivccrW aCjfJwIar Faljst Blaclc
Ma7 vwuiavj uv eA.uu an acre. JPfr
Plowing, plantitifo cuhiratinff. cat-
ting, liaulinff and other expenses in.
viuemi j prmiaciug syrnp. atter tne
cane was xsut, reports the expense
to Iwve levu 0189, . The yield from
t lie eigh ty fi veacrea was 0,860 gal Ioujs
which he bold for fifty tutsa fPalhin.
r $4,930. For fifteen barrels of vin
me iniji was CO.uzu a no tne net value
wjw $3,731. Haying made ii allow
ance lor interest on machinery, nor
nir i ne s-eti Hearts and bxMer.'Tje ex-
. . -....-.
platii that althmigh not ripe eutitWh
to aye for seed, lie had fifty head tif
ciUle ami hore ruVitirna- the cane
uyiii lor niiy tiay, that lley Jiart done
wen w.iin ,nu. oiner leeii.ujiu . t nut
here was 1ml left for some time yet
H v,a! J11 uJ,nMiJ . Jiat the ; value
life, , fabler wa . qirnl. ti tl e interest
on the EitacJituery. Mr. Bozurth rom
niemls iM.rhiiw as a g kH1 cnp for
yvterd farmers, for Hie rea;i that
it yield not only cane, lut seel wltich
is good for nirsw cattle hn! f nvt
"bagassp," which can be uk?i 'for beii
.g f stock or r niakiug ier;
Migur that is infinitely belter than
glucise sugar, niul viuegar of excel
lent qtialityHefoiiuU that theKyrup
grauulatetl we. I, but lie did uot make
"iiiar because tin; syrup sold so rapid-
Tlie fruit and Fl.wer Show.
The fruit and flower show .held at
Benbow hall, last week, under the aus
pices of the State Fruit Growers : Asso
ciation, proved a most gratifying suc
cess. It was gotten up at short notice,
but the display of fruits and flowers
was both attractive and extensive. The
fair was a novel suggestion, and origin
ated with Mr. J. Van Lindley, who fa
one of our most public spirited citizens
and who has long been identified with
the fruit interest in the county. He
had misgivings about its success, at
the inception, but 'they all vanished
when the hall was thrown open last
Friday. Tables extending lengthwise
and crosswise the hall were loaded with
a most tempting display of strawberries,
cherries and roses, presenting a novel
and. beautiful picture. We noticed
fourteen different varieties of strawber
ries, thirteen varities of cherries and
Over sixty varieties of roses. The Sharp
less strawberry distanced all others m
size. Many.oJLthem were as -large as
hen eggs. Mrs. Hug,. Peters, of this
place, exhibited a plate of these berries
that was truly wonderful. Several col
lections, notably those exhibited by j
Van Lindley, G. V. Anthony and Mrs.,
Mary Wilson, attracted a great deal of
attention. The flower exhibition was
superb, fully maintaining the distinc
tion our town and county enjoys as the
"Kingdom of Flowers." The most aU
tractive! exhibition was that made by
M J. j Ragsdale, of Jamestown, con
sisting of a floral harp, vase and arch.
Suspending from the arch was a per
fectly formed bell, containing sixty
different varieties of roses. Our ven
erable and distinguished looking friend
Mr. Thomas W. Cook who wa3 at the
Patriot's elbow, whispered into our
reportorial ear that "Jimtown" could
beat the world in smart women and
pretty flowers. The exhibits made by
Mrs. Dr. Hall, Mrs. J. A. Odell, Mrs.
Robt. Vernon, Mrs. George Kestler, of
Greensboro, deserve special mention.
Some beautiful boquets of cut flowers
were exhibited by Mrs. J. S. Hunter
and Mrs. G. L. Anthony. A large and
varied collection of pot plants, magno
lias and HUies were shown. Altogeth
the fair was a splendid success. Greens
One of the most remarkable men con
nected with the bar in North Carolina
is CoL Gaither, of Morgan ton. . He was
here this Week as straight as.a shingle,
with Step as elastic as. a racer, and mind
as clear as eyer although carrying the
weight of f four score years. A grand
old gentleman of the old schooX Le
Bettei tbas Sh ExrECTED.Your
letter received. In reply I anv happy to
say. that Parker's Hair Balsam did much
more for me than yod said it would, or thsrt
l expected. My hair has Hot only stopped
faJlin nut. but the bald spots afc aU cov-
ered. and all my hair has grown thicker,
softer and more lively than it waslefore
my sickness a year ago. Thank yon again
and again." Extract from letter of Mr. R.
W. T West Fifty-third street, New York.
First Class Piano Work!
I expect to spend several daya of next
week iu Salisbury, and would request
parties who may desire good and thorough
Piano work, to leave their orders with
Mrs. W. H. Neave.
: E. W. L1NEBACK.
8alem, N. C, June 8, 1885. - J
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A Great Bargain I Read ! I
Any one desiring to purchase a complete
outfit for a 24 column Newspaper and Job
Office, with an abundance of body type,
display and job type, press, cases, etc.; suf
ficient for a 'fust rate country office, will do
well fby : writing I at once for terms, ajd
sampfa-eheeta. Address, -"
His Loss was Ukb Oaik. .Wm j
MiuudiiiB iHician tor a weal-
Zxr wlB5r- !- stiff."
You doa mean jt Doctor" M Mw.rL
imtjtar advice may be gwxl $.r a that. ! m5 iynl thorough ciire after :
S"ha whatyou caU 'qaack sturisfT inrmKa had sntjiandmrs of dol-f '
Ti n ciT! " . . icmiiic menicrae after
II.'! She jot abottleof ParkerVTonicaad
u curea ner or (neuralgia ansinj frem dis
ordered stimach and uerres. Sh- told he?
irieno ana now they all keep a doctor. a
umc in ine lorm oi rarKera Tonic
: r- , ..
s$ss3 cr Fscrty Carda..
Circalm or PcstcraL T
etef or tf ote Heads.
Boots or Parnnhlpf
labels, Tagv&c 7 . 1
m I. Neatly printed at thisi
omce, ana at as low rates as elsewhere.
Business men of Salisbury are invited
to call through the P. O. before giving
ucu uiucra ra asencs orsenaincr trum
-i 1 ' , a.
I k Jaueii, f93i.
Corn, freely, at 80(33) aleal, 8590;
XVheaf, lOOilUS; Floar per sack,
9235 ; Western bulk meatselt)-; Lard,
IU&I2 Beefy rerail; eO'terWlielhcar,-
23i; Butter I520j Eggs, 13; " HaK60
tw Fodder, 8590j Shneks, 6!l ; Qrau,
3U ; Potatoes Irish for Uble 7580 j for
traituigtllJ2J; Swet tMitatoea 00$;
feasOIOU; Oat,4550;THHowt7: pry
Hi-tes, 10; Kabbit fnra, 00U0 cts 'per
dozen Mluk skins,
Cotton, ready sale at 10J eta for good
middliug highest, 10T. .
Tobacco, asdea every day and prices
Poultry, in steady demaud, but prices
June 9, 1885.
Our Philadelphia markets are corrected
eveiy week. j'-
Philadelphia Market. Evans Broi,
arge. Produce Com mission Merchants,
North Water street, Puihulelphiu, report
the following city markets: Eggs, Vtr-
iuhi aud Southern, 15 16. Live pouju
ryll12 cts. per pouud; dressed 15UQ;
urkeys OU0U, according to quality ;
ducka U80U; geese 0310. Live Ciittb
05a5J; hogs, live 66$. P.itatoes: Eati
Cose, choice, per bush., 5055; Burbauks
choice 5-2 o5 ; Peerless, O050 ; Pearl
Mammoth, 00(50. Cheese: N. Y. Factor
ry, choice 7i8; fair to good, 7 to 7iV
Pennsylvania full cream, 0607; part
skims, fancy 400; full skims, Ql&U.
Driel Fruits: Apples, evaporated, iii
cases, U7 j sliced N. Caroliua, fancy 4
h gotnl sliced 3; blackberries 99Ji
chenfes, pitted, prime dry 12l2k
teaches, pared, evaporated 1722: N. C
sliced 79; tinpared halves, newt,8di
quarters (5Gt; evatMiratetl 10U: peai.
iwvtijio, ptuuiff, o, r.tsuerries, toh(&g$ r pel,
pound. Feat hers, choice geese 5253.-4
Hide, dry, 10l I. Honey in comb, 10
Oil; beeswax 2932. f
Salislinry Tobacco Marlet I
CORBECTED WEEKLY BT t. J. HAKKIKS, !
PUoPUIKTOBKLUTlZ'S WA&KQOCSE. I
Lugs, common dark
4 to 6
5 to 8
5 to !
- 7 to t
8 to 14
10 to 10
6 to 10
12 to 10
15 to 25,
15 to 20
20 to 30
SO to 50
50 to 70
Leaf, common short green.
" good ' red
4 nud. fil!er$
Smokers, common to medium
VV rappers, common
3Iarkct active. !
Breaks have been qnite full for the past
week, with a alight decline in common
grades, while all desirable goods are takf
en at full quotatioua. .
TT) A TTRT I? H Wilh nJ disease pecu.
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A CHANGEABLE COMPLEXION In
dicates the existence of r worms. A few
doses of lMrtners Indian Vermifuge will
destroy them 'and make vonr complexion
bright atict healthy.
FfiOM TflP DISSECTING ROO&V
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.VZT-V " wi- a inirtHcRI rt
I tfleiit.;.I am aratefnl tinwv tl.t it ;Q
' fcr,,,ef. AiJTatm waSWoDenl
!w. oa sleeaod rs nntliin; -
.m,auTOA was fieetmWugwfievr being
cured But hea.-Jagofi tt.e8. S, Sf
Hnttght- a bottle U.a rhti.Lr.... v
mm m mm kwm
Jan. 3, 1835.
APHtSICUN'S TESTUf dinr.
i have tried Swift's Specifio fn a very
uaa case or ttimai poiaoni and take greas
I'icwaro in Glaring mat it w a perfect
success, prmlueing a ctmpleto cure, i I
v., tried :t alt1it manv other caejra.
with giNHl result, I think -it the- best1
blood purifier of the age. . .;
. - , J. H. Yeriqx, M.D
Millsap, Tex., March 8885 j !
treatise a Blood ami Skin nMiA
mailed 'free. " . i '
The;iw.ift Spedfie Cora nan v. : Drawer 9
Atlanta, Oa: "-; T
WASHED-OOT HAIR. There ii a anrt o
Ideriye any; Wiiefit fromlr, l.gan takHn!
.rguiany, ami shhi thawelllug
eighrbcttlea was thonwricireSl ; 71
pallid, chalky complexion which: the nov - "
elist call a MWaaJint Aut rnnvnlvlAtan li lm i. ' I .
iastfysenpaght ami no. mistttke4f ashed-lini iir
is. almost as' repulsive and ineKitchoryv f 'f
"m vu. uiac-uiurru. or nan comrtni iir ...
ranters tiatr iMisam win; reatore . vt "
lir to its original cuIim whatever ft wajMUc
trow;,.aatoni or black. Yhy wear-moW
on your head, when you may easily hayV
lively, shining hair. - -f y-.
A Little Gold was SdimL Mr. Z. A.
Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., in speaking of 4S0
in gold, ucfcirea to say to the readers ot this
paper, that the whole of above amount was
pent in a fruitless effort in finding relief'
rrora a terrible Blood Poison affecting his
body, limbs and nose DrcseminiiiiilT rori-
nmg uicers. nc 15 new sound sjul weu, j
having beeri cured by the most VpeedjJind
wonderful remedy 'ever-before k'nowWaml
any interested party.who may needr BJ(Hd J
ruriuer win team irom him that three bQt- r H J
ties of BB. B. restored hit ntwtfn- Ivoalw.)
ail ulcers, relieved his kidness. hbU added l W. J
twenty-one pounds to his weight iu thirti . j'q
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Maohibe oils.. . .
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wa-t uto patenubtuty free of charge; and
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ences to actaal eUents la your omd State or eountj.
Opposite-Patent Offlce, Wasnlnffton. 1. a !
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blMaika. faraiabaa m
mmm bl eyetbpadii af
lafarawtioa wfcih parsoa abeald ba wiUwH. Tba l
eoDalarity of iaa fiatirmn-imvii i. mmmtt o.t ;
popsUrtty of taa Scnji in kj Akkmkaw ia a that
IU irmUtiof arty MnaU ht of ail athr ppra i
CjlBbA. Sold trm .11 mmmAmm
anjKra co4pak- I
a roar. Diaeooat to
iiaBora. aa. aa vroaawar. M,
. IN Broad war. i. Y. .
ana A Co. karo alaa
Vaara' praetlo gt '
fora tba raUat OAoa, !
otathaa Ona tumm '.
aa4 aav peapatad
dretf Thou a ami aMtlieaUoaa, lor aaa-
anla ia Uut Voitcd Stalaa mmA tatmmrm.
eeaatrioa. Cavoata. Trado-lfarka, Coof-ria-ata.
aatnaaaaita. aod aU othar MMii
for aaenrinar tm iovantora thair vichta la Ui
UaiUd- 8Utaa,-. Canada. Eatiaad. rraaaa.
Gormaay and other forotjra eoaatrioo. proparaa
at ahott oottoo aad on rcaaoaabla laiaia
Ioforaattoa aa to oMaiaiaa aatoata aaaaifall
(rivaa rithoihanr. Haad-oooka of inform.
Hon aaat frro. PaOcnta obtaiaod throorh ataaa
a Pa araaatmad la tha finiaatlia Aaiarinaa frao
Tha adraataca of aoch aotioo ia wU awdorataad Bf aU
Addroaa MUHM A COQOt WananA
mi weadwar, Mm York.
' prttentt gitf n tiuay. SeDd
us cents nostapo. aod br
mall you win-get a pack-.
azeof roods of lurce Talut.;
a. vat 4Cirtr3Jt4 work that win at once brt
1 la nWif tw.r baa anytiilnselaelD Ameil
U Ojj. in fii,t)03 la prints wita each
vjl aei- y rhsve, ot lt':er aex, ot all aS
r lit tittinv or spire ttiunoly. to Work for
tt lr v i him ?s. Fortunes tat aU workers ate
tlr Miire3. Ooa'taeuy. II. uallrtt cJ
or.irf'3 ly PofUand.Matni
,4I DojCt Feel Ltke Worn. ft It "makes
to difference what tnisiness vou are en?
ed in f wliether you. are a i presQhcr; a mtS
ehanic. a lawyer r a rommon laborervyott
a .-st'i u ti
i mi it jnui ni "i iiiio-j;u. iu "ai
vii'lr ThimW1-Oi- l.n ir' Ifc
How much better V6 Veep Tourorsfiijns in
stood order by taking. Parker's Tonic a hen
you feel 44k little out of sorts." It would
be money in your pocket. One hour ot"
ood. reioicinir health la wnrlh half a Am.
en hours full ot languor and pain.: .
aiciaaa. raoattv frvea
A RAnoALCuaai port
roathfal iBdiacrotiaa. ,
lot frao ladaliaoaea. or
oror braia work. Avoid .
tno laapoaaioa ot - prnra
uoaa nawiiwa w mm .
trowbtca. ot oar 9m(
Cireaiaraadial Pack. '
ra, as lean iaiaortaiw .
CacU brfort takinf tftoW
wwnt alaraaara Takea
SURE Rem ept that HAS
CUBED thawaand. does
ant jaMiaia wUaatfra. .
Hoo to aoaiaaaaor oaaaa
paiaor lacowTftrofa la '
tnr vay. Foaaaad oa
artaotiae awaieal arinci-'
plea. By aired appiicattoa
to tha atat-of 4naM Mo -oreiaa
Mwebee i 4M
vitaoat delay. Tkaaaa. .
arl faaatioiiaof Ba ha
maa arcaaaaa la taaterad.
TBTTOFO OVtIW t-
Thousawo CAsza. i a
Tba aaoaatiM alcawnta
of iHa, a-klclthaaa oeea
Qaa Stoata, - S-00"J lth BoHaatbccoinaa eW "
TarO)Maha m IJW I.. Ihluul nriillwniM kA
Thraaataatha. V.OOi ' latrrnrthaadataaalraMa.
tunnm remedy co., ateciragsra
Aak for twma of o-r Appliaaca.
MISS ILCiTAFFE" "'. ;
Has opened r omn hr the' Old Plust?rrap"h "
Gallery. Bhav teamea uress MaKing
atfd the most ..acca rate system of. cutting .
Will be pleased t'o receive calls Iftom th,a
Udies of Salisbury. ' i
March 5, 1885. ly
GO to Mrs- James M. FurcronVte pet
ant!arnen and Ladies ctath im made.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Will alao keep
ltfutrdicf? house. Ueajdence toatbeastena
Salifcbary, N. C. Jane Sd IS35. l&$Mk
yrSTOfrla.VO U J
Of arroUd ta aciaae. lartimiaa, n(tNrUf.4to. -vrvriM,
iaritiBa & puiU twmr pobliiiirr :
MBkw UlmalrUd with ratokdia mfiotL Tkia
1 1 c
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