FOanVE AND PEiniANENT CURE
:, ;(? 4" FOR .
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
spued by Da. W. W. UREGORY,
Charlotte, N. Ci
CnvSLOTTE. N. C. Nov. 29. 1884.
. Wr)V. Gregory: I hereby certify I
i.iayA receutlvaised vour DveneDtic
Rcordiallv recommend it ;to oihers.
: R. P. Waring,
Member N. C. Ijcislature.
Charlotte. N. C.
W. Grezory:' I take great pleaaure
I my lealimony to llie tnltie of jour
ICReniedv. T Havanart it witli mroni
recommmil if toihr one
nHtym dyspsia, indigeslaon and a
ronQUionfofliver and bowels.
-K. C. State Treaso rer.
P7 J n Mc Aden and T 0 Smith &
le, N. C and T. F. Klilt & Co-,
BfeiiEU axd TENNESSEE
FARM WAGONS.! i
Jfonn P. CI ! TTT
Bp opnug wagons.
lam and Guano Drills.
nas HAY RAKES.
nr. and TTll,; .
Tji v irx j. yLV vJ
FUOAf 1 CV IT innAu, I
aph Straw Cutters.
I I jAtCry and TjIt! tt rwa i
es and Boilers. V
AHO GRIST Mill a
fSidgea, Wads and Caps
Axl Ih01' PJuite Fuse and Pri-'
lit'4Pa1fturlnd ?Pade9' Building
"Ollr f f d Varnishes.!
ETMatoSS?. HM tlxey aire erer
ii'.fciftF :; "' oner thm for th nt
f'hl; ' iWOl,Co.. J'oriUiDa, Mala. .
1 1 : . !
Advertising Bureau (10 Spraoe 8t.Vwh-re adrertufnx
contracts maybe hmmIo for it IS NEW YORK
' ; The Seven .Days Fight.
TH Federals withdrew after the
battle, and the next day I moved on
around by the route which it was pro
posed we should take the day before.
I followed the enemy to Harrison's
Landing, and Jackson went down by
another rente in advance of Let. As
soon as we reached the frout of the
Federal position, we put out' our skir
mish lines and ordered an advance,
but revoked it on .Jacksen's urging
me to wait until th arrival of Gep,
Lee.! Very soon Gen. Lee came, and
after carefiilly considering tliei-jf" v f ? 1 7 a
f:it- e .ullT' f 000 strangers who it is estimated en-i
enemy and or their tr
tfd : would be bett'f forego anv farther
52 operations. " C5ur skirmish lines were.
r J, withdrawn.we ordered our troops back
'to our old lines around Ricbmoud
and a month later McCIellan'a army
j was withdrawn to the lVorth.
g The "Seven Days' Fight," although
'a decided-Confederate victory was a
2 succession of mishap. If-Jackson
W had arrived on the 26th, the. day of i
his osvn selection, the Federals would
O i,a.,. ,i: 'k,.i. iv vri.-
iteville without a battle. His
2 tiier caused by obstructions placed
ri in his road the enemy, was the
g first mishap. He was too late mi en-
Q tering the fight at Gaines' Mill, aud
, vtj the destruction of Grapevine Bridge
5 2 'P1 n'm rom reaching Fraser'a Farm
until thejday after that battle. If he
had been there we might have de
stroyed or captured McClellah's ar ny.
Hner was in position for the battle
of Eraser's Farm, and after his bat
teries hud mislead me into, opening
the fight; he subsided. Holmes and
McGruder, who were on the New
Market road to attack the Federals as
they prssed that way, failed to do so.
Gen. McClellan'a retreat was suc
cessfully managed f therefore we must
give it credit for being well managed.
He had 115,000 men, and -insisted
to the authorities at Washington that
Lee had 200,000. In fact, Lee had
only 90,000. Gen. McClellan's plifn
to take Kiclimond by a siege was wise
enough, and it would have been a
success if the Confederates had con
sented to such a programme In spite
of McClellan's excellent , plans. Gen.
Lee, with a force inferior in numbers,
completely routed him, and while suf
fering less than McClellan, captured
over 10,000 of his men. Gen. Lee's
plans in the Seven Day sVJight were
excellent, but were poorly executed.
uen. MCLieitan was a very-accomplished
soldier and very able engineer,
but hardly equal to the -position of
field marshal as -a military chieftain.
He organized the army of the Poto
mac cleverly, but did not handle it
skillfully when in actual battle. Still,
I doubt if his retreat could have been
better handled, although the rear of
his army should have been more pes
itively either in his own hands or in
the hands of Sumner. ! Heiutzelman
crossed the White Oak Swamp I ore
maturely and left the rear of McClel
lan's army exposed, which would have
been fatal had Jackson come up and
and taken part in McUruder
affair of the 29lh near Savages
Station. OenJ Lonqstred in the
July Century, i '
He Had Lots of -Fun and was
Paid For It. "It is mighty hard
work for a man to Irive a balky
horse and be a Christian at the same
time. I tried it years ago, and gave
both upas a bad job. But say, did
you ever hear ef a man having a
horse balk on him in such a way as
to make him laugh to please him all
over, make him right down happy?
Well, sir, I did, and I was the man.
He was a horse that I had traded for,
and he was an awful balker. There
wsisn't any use of doing anything
with him there was nothing to do
but just sit down and wait4 for him to
come around. It generally took two
hours." - H. '
"One day I was driving him along,
and just as we got on the railroad
track he balked. 'Here's a go,' says
I to myself; 'what it a train should
come along?' At first 1 waa afraid a
train would come, then after a while
I didn't cjire a cuss whether one came
or not, and in about seventy miuutes
I was afraid one wouldn't! come. I
just ached te have a train coine along.
I prayed for one Sure enough, pret
tv soon I saw one comiuz. It made
me smile. . When the engineer whistl
ed forme to get off the track I laugh
ed And when she got a little closer
I climbed out the hind end of the
buggy, leaned up agaiustHthe fence
and prepared to enjoy the picnic. tO,
but it was sport! That balky horse
had sworn he wouln't go, but he went
that ii me. H e was . distributed all
aloiizithe track there for twenty rods.
I a ,l nlJ hinnnrand harness -it
. - iui I IIHbHU I lOQKCU IWI wiMivait -
fun since I was a boy! ... ..
: "Rathar expensive fun, wasn't it?"
"Yes, for the railroad cempany. I
sued f im for $700 and the jury of farm-
ers eave me $627.50. But it was
-Chicago Herald, J
That is a fair sample of the kind of
justice the railroads get. Is it not higli
time for our people, to recognize the
, rights of railroad and other corpora
The great exhibition in London of j
American products and manufactures
to which we have several times refer
red, will be opened.) on the first of
May next year,' The prospects for its
perfect success in every way is most
encouraging.- According to the Bos-i
ton Post, "about 10,000,000 people
reside within One hour of the exhibi-
ter tbe city of London dailv. .Fur
convenience bjff railway transportation'
tsite tt v Earl's court is probably
riot eqiiallecl by any other in the Uni-
teU Kingdom. A strip of land, ex
ceedin an acre in area, separated
from the' exhibition buildings, has
reversed for the art department. In
dustrial. Hall and, machinery annext
will show the product of American
manufactures.; Ihe central transept
WrE measuring aooui
1,200 feet inength, wilt be devoted
main building, measuring about
- cAiuuiw vi me principal oiaies
tions will .be: a garden, devoted to
American trees, shrubs and hardv
plants. The flora of the Uui fed States
will be taken iu latitudinal and longi
tudinal directions: the former will
represent the characteristic vegetation
of each State from New York to Cal
ifornia, the latter from the, Canadian
frontier to Texas and Flooda."
North Carolina should be represent
ed by all means, and her admirable
displays at Boston and New Orleans
crowned with an exhibit which should
surpass all those heretofore made.
Shall she be Newt-Obs.
When farmers have any thine: for
sale they all rush into the market at
once, and force the price down, and the
middlemen get the benefit of the rise.
We do not mean to convey the idea
that farmers ! should necessarily hold
their products after they are ready for
market, but they should study supply
and demand,; and avoid pushing the
market beyond a normal supply. If
farmers would study all these things,
and combine ; their interests as other
classes do, they would not be so con
stantly in the; toils of the middlemen!
We speak of the great mass of farmers,
and, although they do not avail them
selves of all their great opportunities,
yet they have5 advanced a great way in
the last quarter of a century, and. we
shall be more than pleased vto see them
studying every branch of their business,
and exercising that care and foresight
which will enable them to practice all
the economies, and add so much to their
profits. And to this end the formation
m Ii ; 1 i
oi agricultural associations, to nnn7
U T o
farmers into closer social relations with
each other, will exert an important in
fluence. Here they might discuss all
matters relating to their occupation.
These associations would naturally con
tain all the most advanced farmers of
the vicinity, and the suggestions of imr-
provement there made, would be
strong stimluS to those not so far ad
The Elizabeth Citv Falcon talks sence
when it says: i "In this fair Southern
land of ours there is too much trusting
to luck, too much borrowing of our
neighbor s capital in substance and
brains, too much credit in business.
Cash is the basis of all well-conducted
commercial transactions. If we make
our purchases conform to the size of
our assets, we will surely be gainers m
the end, whatever periods of depression
may try our metal in the meantime. A
non-observance of this rule is one of the
great faults of the South. People buy
that which thev do not need and can
really afford to be without, merely be
cause they can get it without any lm-
think, "with any i sort of luck we wul
be able'to meet the debt before it is
due." Perhaps, and perhaps not. By
J J Xl i i i. . 1
uuus uie siucsii way is w uauiper uue s
self with no such I obligations, to run
no risk of impairing one s credit. Cash
down, is an infinitely better plan for
both buyer and seller, and this is the
corner-stone of all prosperous business.
Much of what we are prone to lay to
the prevailing hard times, or to charge
to the account of personal hard luck. is
after all the result of our own improvi
dence. We bargain to do that which
we have no absolute ' certainty of being
able to do. i In very many instances we
fail, and thus the bargain proves a po-
siuve aeinraeut w pom contracting
parties. The motto ! of the Southern
business mail should be spot cash.'
Prof. W. C. Kerr late State Geolo-
gist, continues very leeble. He is
stopping vith Solicitor J. 8. Adams.
Pro Holmes, of the State Universi
ty arived last Monday and will re
main here isome timej He conies to
aid Prof Kerr in completing some of
his work', but the Professor continues
so weak nothing has been done as yet.
Lenoir Topic V '
We ire indebted
o Mr. K.l Powell
lor a lot of interesting old war and
anterwar papers. : The Little" Adder 'ot
June 22, I860, goes for the Tad valorem
men ana - contains ? a long-lciier rrom
Gov; Ellis; wh6 was cahdidate for Gov-
of theTamouk "horse-leech? sbeech de
livered at (iatesville. John b pell
was its editor and we recognize his hand,
not only in. the daily State Journal of
uune o, noOi wmcn is m me Dunoie;
but also in the defunct Stoie Journal
of our. day which was the Liberal cham
pion. 5 r,.;-; ;
- The State Journal of June 5, 1863,
contains an editorial abusive of Holderi
and Jthe Standard some war hews and
a good many I ad yeriimeflts. - The
TfaJlaiidigbjain Outrage" is adisQUss
edV . Tlapt. Win. J. Horiston aimouncss
himself a candidate for Congress: Ad-
jutant - General Daniel 0. Fowle will ex-
' 1 m m i i i1
emptnoDoay irom military service witn-
jr -Lie j.". t t ixti:x
uiu a suxgeuu. b cenuicau:; i. iv. .v ui ta
ker wants a substitute; John D. Whit
ford calls a meeting of stockholders of
the Atlantic & North Carolina R. R. to
be held at Kinston because it is "im
practicable" to hold it at New Berne;
Zebulon B. Vance, Governor, issues a
proclamation prohibiting the export of
lard and other necessaries; several per
sons want to hire negroes and Dr. J.
M. Happoldt, of Morganton, offers the
Mountain Hotel for sale. He describes
its delightful location in eloquent lan
guage and he suggests that it would be
a safe investment for refugees.
The daily Salisbury Watchman of
Nov. 14, 18G4, is a two-page 5-column
paper which costs $4 per month! Dried
apples are $5 a bushel, brandy $10 a
gallon, cotton $1 a pound, corn, $4.50
a bushel, coffee, $4.50 a pound, flour,
345 a barrel, first-class horses and mules,
$1,000 a head, shoes, $15 a pair, sheep,
960 a head, wool; $8 a pound, sc.
BurbankS & Gallagher offer old prices
in gold and silver" for produce. James
W, Wilson, Eng, and Sup. of W. N. C.
R., advertises that,! after Wednesday,
Nov. 10, the passenger train will leave
Salisbury at 9 A, M. and arrive at the
"H. of R." at 4 P. M. There are a
great many advertisements of "likely
negroes" for sale, asi the end is seen ap
proaching. Pennsylvania is reported
to have given McClellan 514 majority
for the Presidency of "Lincoln s King
dom." The London j Expositien.
On the 1st of Mav. 1866. in London.
there will be an Exhibition of peculiar
interest to the United btates. It is to
bean exclusively American Exhibition,
and is the first one ever held on the
other side of the Atlantic. It is believ
ed that it will be a; fine success every
way and great efforts are to be made to
give it such attractive features that
millions of visitors will crowd to see it
The Boston Post thus refers to the Ex
"About 10.000,000 people reside
within one hour of the Exhibition sta
tion, in addition to the 1 50,000 strangers
who it is estimated enter the city of
London daily. Fpr convenience by
railway transportation the site at Earl's
court is probably not equalled by any
other in the United Kingdom. A strip
of land, exceeding an acre in area, sep
arated from the Exhibition buildings,
has been reserved for the Art depart
ment. Industrial Id all and Machinery
annex will show the product of Ameri
can manufactures. ; The central tran
sept of the main building, measuring
about 1,200 feet in length, will be de
voted to the exhibits of the principal
States and Territories. Among the at
tractions will be a garden, devoted to
American trees, shrubs and hardy plants
The flora of the United States will be
taken in latitudinal and longitudinal
directions; the former will represent
characteristic vegetation of each State
from New York to California, the latter
from the Canadian! frontier to Texas
The South must be there in her best
attire. North Carolina must not fail
to show Europe what she has to offer
to those in search of homes and invest
ments. She did admirably well at Bos
ton, Atlanta, and New Orleans, and if
possible she must even do better at Lon
don. Every Southern- State should
avail itself of this grand opportunity
to make its best display. W ilmington
A Woman to do the Work.
The Brattleboro people tell this for a
fact: A young widower in Windham
county, not far from Brattleboro, who
was greatly in need of a housekeeper,
rode day after day, in a vain search
for a hired girl. At last, almost dis
couraged, he drew up at a small dwell
ing amongst the hills. "Cau you tell
me where I can get a woman to do
the work in a farm bouse?" "Where
are you. from ?" asked the old man,
viewing the handsome horse and bug
gy with a critical air. "My name is
,and I am froni-j "Oh, ya'as,
I've hearn of ye; ye lost yer wife a
Spell ago. Well, I've got six gals
good gals, too and yer may take yer
pick among 'em for a wife they
wouldn't none on Vm . think of going
out to work.. Should as leaves as not
you should take Hannah, because she
is the oldest, and her chance ain't
quite so good, seeing as she's near-
signteci and can't hear so very well.
But, if yoitou't want bar, ye can
take yer pick t'others." , The wid
ower went in, selected the best lobk
iog one, drove to the justice's, was
married, and carried home that night
a permanent housekeeper, who proves,
so far, lo be in every way satisfacto
rjmSpringjUM Rejnihlicanm . .
Hlfflily Colored A rkari saw Justice.
- uvt I i
TdKrt know 4ytr ST'SZT?' E"-"''
ter fool wid .rcnS.rd.le & to&ZlV'j. ' 1', ,"'A"
.'orcm. b.ncl.. T ,k - n. ! derMn' f MorgMton, will boll. b. p-
..I'-'i-. ' . v i
"Agin yesse'f; parson' ;
"I doan see it in dat sorter, light."
"Wall, yer will afore yer gits oaten
Liooic heah, yer ain't gwine
pui me in jail, is yer?"
"Zackly whut Tse gwine, ter do."
"Jedge, lam rue tell yer suthiu' "
Leaning over, the prisoner whispered:.
"Fse got all o'dat twenty dollars vit.
an ef yer does de squar thing I will
gin u ler yer."
"Gennermen," said the judge, "de
culperit am right. Dat young gen-
nerman am er daira scouirrel. Parson, ;
m 'ltf.l. Mm., mv'rtm. ' I.! 1 A. .1.
5" tvtm uvu jci uiBiicss, uui uoan
yer fail ter call on me dis- ebeniu
Doan yer, now."
The Crossing of the Red Sea.
A Wake county Explanation.
Detroit Free Press.
It was at a big August meetiner in
Wake countv. N. C. and ther
acres of darkies present. The "Cross
ing of the Ked Sea was the subject of
the discourse, and the Rev. Mr. Dukes,
a 'mancipated minister, was treating it
in the most frigid manner. He had just
closed by saying, "Moses and the chilun
of Israel crossed ober the Ked Sea on
the ice, but when Faro and his lumber
in' big chariots come 'long, dey broke
frue the ice and dey was all drowned,'
when a young man from town arose
"Brer Dukes, will you low me to ax
you a question?"
"Sartainly; what is it?"
"Well Brer Dukes, I's bin studdin'
geography, an' geography teecfies me
dat de Red Sea am in de tropics. What
I want to ax is dis: Whar dat ice cum
from whar Moses crossed ober on?"
Brer Dukes cleared his throat, mon-
ped his brow, hesitated a moment, and
" Well, I s glad you ax dat question.
It gives me an opporrunity to splain.
My dear young brer, you mus'n't think
cause you w ar store close an bin to
school dat you know everything. Dis
thing I'm preachin' 'bout took place a i
l ft j i (
iuu uftv, lure uere was any
geographies an' 'fore dere was any
The Bondage of the Smoker.
Yes, it is a terrible bondage. It is a
slavery. Yes, I inftale the somke and
then blow it out again. It is very silly,
is it nott I do the same thing with my
breath. Away with this useless breath.
Some breaths are. much pleaseanter far,
far away. Why do I smoke cigarsf Be
cause I am the biggest and therefore the
cigar cannot help itself. It is an econo
mical habit. The smoke of the cigar keeps
the troths out of my hair. Then I use
tobacco to preserve human life. Science
tells me that three drops of the oil ef to
bacco placed upon the tongue of a rattle
snake or a dog will kill either or both of
them in a minute. I tremble to think
how mnuy times I walked in the very
shadow of death before I began to carry
a plug around with me. Now wlieu I meet
a mad dog I am secure. He may bite me,
but I will kill him. The cannibal who
eats me will dream that night that he got
holt of the wrong prescription.
Struck by Lightning.
A severe storm struck a part of Gwalt
township, Alexander county, last
Monday afteruoon, blowing down fruit
aud other trees and doing some damage
to crops. The lightning struck a tree
stauding at a comer of the house of Mr.
James Riddles. At the same time the
hearth was torn up by the stroke, and
Sirs. Riddles, w he was sitting by the
wiudow next to the tree, with one foot on
the hearth, received a shock. The shoe
was ripped off her foot, the ball of her
great toe was burst, aud the fluid ran up
the limb, leaving it scorched and streaked.
Another person in the same room was
shocked, but more slightly. The storm
passed down into-Iredell and spent its
force without doing any damage as far as
Charlotte Obeerver: Two car loads
of browu stone, l'rotu the quarry in
Anson county. passed through this ci
ty yesterday for Atlanta, where it is
to be used in building. The stone is
well dressed, and is of excellent quality.
ODDS AND ENDS.
1 A tauVm adrice is better than a knave's.
It is as least sincere-Boston Iot
Asheboro Courier; The Baptist Orphan
age Association meets in Thoraasrille,
Augnst 5th Eminent speakers will bo
present.' The corner stonn of one of the
buildings will probably be laid, . The
members or the association are those
who have contributed one dollar or more
towards the buildiog of the Orphanage.
Lenoir Topic. On the foarth Sunday in
w nt to tak. nart lo th. cmmrtiit-nA-r
J the succeeding services.
M " ' - mm m M
Flood Itock; reef; at-fleirGate,'N.-Y.
will be blorn jnp in October. - Nearly
niue acres of rock will be disposed of by
tle blast, which will consist of 300,000
pounds of dynamite and rack-rock de-
posited in 13,700 holes, along galleries
more than four miles' in length. The
Hatiett's reef blast was of 50,000 pounds
of dynamite, and disposed of 31 acres of
Lenoir Topic: A report has been circu
lated iu the Sooth and East that typhoid
iever is prevalent in the mountains at
present. This is false in general aud in
particular, as relating to Lenoir aud Cald
well county. There has not been a single
case of typhoid ferer in this county this
samraer, and no other disease except the
Cyclone pits have promoted a schism
in a Milton county fGa;) ehurch. Some
of the members had dug and fitted up
fcuch places of refuge, which were consid
ered by the majority of the brethren as a
flagrant violation of their doctrine and a
temptation to God to wipe them off the
face of the earth. As the pit-diggers
were more fearful of cyclones that of the
wrath of God, they organized themselves
iuto a church nnder the name of the Cy
clone 'Primitives, whereas the old church
has assumed the name of Anti-Cyclone
Miss Cleveland is now fairly
"boomed by the Central New York
newspapers for the Presidency of Vas
sar CctfJege, but the objection may be
interposlkl that the arduous duties of
the posiiiUnroight interfere with her
literary proclivities and prevent her
from writing auother book.
Three criminals escaped from the
penitentiary in Richmond, Va.; they
were pursued by the guard and citi
zens and recaptured, after two of the
three had been shot down: the con-
victs had pistols and shot two citi
zens mortally, it is thought.
E shall keep on band. Summer and Winter
leased to supply orders at ONE CENT
uui supply oi Kenneoec ice, ana wm M
b. Urgent orders ailed any hour of ;
COVOUENOUK & 8UAVJCK.
' University of North Carolina.
' Six uew Professors have recently been
added to the Faculty, making a total of
seventeen instructors. All the Courses
of Studv- have been enlarged and strength
eued. Post-graduate instruction is offer
ed in every department. 1 lie next ses
siou begins August 27. Entrance exauii
nations Angust 27, 2d, 29,
For catalogue containing information
in regard to tuition, board, terms of ad
mission, &c, apply to HON. KEMP P.
BATTLE, LL. D.,
Chapel Hill, N. C,
FOR RENT !
I will reofroy House and Lands, situated
in the Northern suburb of the town of Sal
isbury.. There are 35 acres of good tillable
land spledid for cotton, tobacco, or for
truck farming. All necessary outbuildings
in good repair. A well, a spring and a
branch furnish an abandaace of good wa
ter. The dwelling has six rooms, and is In
splenid repair. Between 500 and 700 fruit
trees are on the place just beginning to
For terms and particulars address,
W. M. BARKER,
1 39:1m Salisbury, N. C.
Sealed proposals for building a frame
house at the County Poor House, 34 miles
south of Salisbury : Size 40x18 feet with L
80x15 feet. Proposals will be received un
til the first Monday in August, 1885. The
pUns and specifications can be found at the
stores of J. S. McCubbios, and Kluttx &
Rendlcman. The right is reserved to reject
any and all proposals.
THOMAS J. SUMNER, Chn
B.Gof C. of Itowan County.
July 13, 1885. 8 w.
for working people. Sead 10 cents post
ta?e. and we will mall you r, a royal,
valuable sample box of roods that will
ut you In the way of maklnir more mon-
aiy bualness.. Capital not require, loucan Ureat
home aad work In spare Umetmly, or all the tlmi. AU
of both sex. of all asres, grandly successful. M eta.
to SS easily earned every evening. That all who
want work may test the business, we make this aa
oaralleled offer: To all who are sot well sattsnea
we win send SI to pay for the trouble of writing a.
vnii n&ruculara. directions, etc.. seat free. Immense
ir in few oars man you ever mouifui nossiuie at
pay absolutely sure tor all who start at one. Doan
delay. Address anxsos & vu.y ninuno, Mane.
F ii ii ii n ti n n
- . . . . ... ..... .v ' it i: f j j
! : m:m m
j - ,when TOiyOTi:. . Estill
I AT LOWsFIGrURESrtSl
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite lfi
.f ' ' D-ATWJEL. :?ik-Mim;0:
Affeat for th 'CardweUThreslieri"-1 " 1 11 J 1 f 1 ';
' Salisbury, N. O, June8th-tf. ; f- f ,
f v 1 ' " " i J i . ! s:i-jU;:f.
- .4 L , - ' J;-. h;::v'!:rtv,3;,r:,
'AYTNG bought out the Grocery r
i partment of J.!D. McNeelj, I intend
conaucung a irst ujass
GROCERY , STORE.
My stock will consist of SUGAR, COFFEE.
BACON, LARD, FISH. Molasses. FLOOR
Butter. Chickens. EzzCtiC Also. Cndi J
Fruits, Nuts, Crackers, Ac in fact, I in
tend keeping everything ususlly kept iu
the Grocery and Provision line: and L
close attention to business and scilin? oL t
for cash, I hope to merit at least a tortiu f
of th trade. Come and see mc at J.D.Ml-;
Neelyjs Store. J. M. HADEN.
June 4, 1885.
New & Fresh ! I
J. & McCUBBINS, Sr., -
Will Continue the business at th nirl r
8tand,having closed out all the old stock.
His present stock is Entirely Kew, and wi J!
be offered on reasonable terms for Casii.
Barter or first-class Mortgages.
Those who could not pay all their mort
gages last year may renew, if papers a
satisfactory and appliance is made at onet.
STOCK CONSIST8 OF
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots !
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Con-
fectioneris, Crockery, Drugs, Bacon, Lattf.
Corn, Flour, Feed ind Provisions of a' I;
kinds, -with a full line of
High Grade Pertilicers,
as cheap as the cheapest.. You will
well to see him beire purchasing elu--wherej
Salisbury, April 1st, 18S5. 25:tf.
Yadtin Elioeral Sprinp Academy.
fAl.lVlE.Kj3V I LLE.CStaniy Co.) N.C.
C Hr ilARTIN, PKiwint.
Qradqate of Wake Forest College, a&d also u '
I . tne UntveraJtr of Vlnrlnla. . r
irmo!t, $5 to sis per session of 5 months.
Toi only school la ihisHAottnn rht th
the USlrersltr of Va. methods.
teaatre, thorough. The cheapest school in th
J. S. Where t teae world-rennu-Ml
jtjajh. Good Board only per mowh.
Aaarexs. v u. Mabtin. TrlS-
CAPITAL. & ASSETS
j 750.000. ".L
J.BHODttS BROWN K,
i r -M
Tweaty-slxth A.nnwal Statement,,
JlNCAKT 1, ISiJ.
Beserrsyor Ke-lasurance and tlther i
. 24,000 9
8CHEDULK OF ASSETS :
Cash la Kstlonal Bank $ To OS
Cash la hands of Ascents 11, H2 29
baited states Registered Bonds
, )70U t
J5.,40 ' -
State and. M unlclpal Bonds
National, Bank Stocks ....
Cotton Manufacturing: stocks -
Other Lo?al stocks :
Real Kstate (unlncnmbered eity property) fZ,t
Loans, secured by flrst mrtgaves Sd Is
Total Assets, . $74180 Z2
1 J. ALLEN B'tOWN.Af?.
Salisbury, N. C, March . 1985. (m '
f" LAMP CHIMNEYS gj
that wiH not break by heat, tor sale m
wish at h
for 8ee f
DONT i FORGET to
TO Til E LADIES:
Call lod see the Flower Pots at
NOT STRANGE BUT TltUE. Worv i
do exitt in the humaaTvwIy and are ;i1i
the cause of disease and death. Shrit .''
Indlaa Yerndfu: will destroy nod
thesa frouni; the j stem. St-