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SALISBURY. H. C, JULY 30. 1885.
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Captivated the President,
mAiro fa Inaf Kv . iKp In up- continuance
of men in office than ia generally to
be gained by their experience. I. sub
mit; therefore, to your f consideration
whether the efficiency of the Goyerq-
iuYci(uiciciou - " r tnent vroniu not ' ue proiumeu, uuu
for a crazy quilt, to be made and sold official industry and integrity better
for the benefit of the poor., In reply ari. bv ceneral extension of the
- Alexandrta (Va.) Gazette. ?
(Miss Lucy Buck, a young lady of
Front Royal. Va., recently wrote to
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inn nnnointment Willioul hafig
lied liabte-for tuition, tc. 18S1,
141.8.3. 1 .1.
;W imrAnn fihall be SoDOinteJ
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Tlie King: of the English Language.
Dr. Henry E. Shennard. Prpsidpnt
of the CharlestouCoJlege has beeu in
rxr i J r.. . . t J .1 ' . '
At the l4rircail CUty Riulniod ilect-
mr. Mr Jaiaea A. Brvan after a aiiet?ch
rarraisiwug thettate administratiuu, hod
tlic.Legtslainje, in very veliemeut terpis,
sajius Uut tUo ieoplo of Easteru North
Carolina-were eufifeiing under oppression
aKin to 1110 ways 01 uuver-uroiuwcii, yras
reminded Uiat tlio Democrats :of the eu
tire State Iwtd submitted to the County
government jjystera lor mo saKc 01 uc
East; "Mrarynti replied that wiiiiej.ue
EastcrncoauUc4d been given asvAtcm
of Coiiu'ty Govern men t wherebjiihe Dc-
roocrato couia control tueir nnanciai jit-iafrstheyji-ilt
Eastern Democrats, l!d
not propose- to be stabbed in tlie noose ot
their fi lends, niWUhout the Democratic
vote of these? Eastern counties the party
con Ul not elect & single Mate oinciai. lie
would shake th e - red flag in their faces
and dare them Jo repeal the Couuty Gpv
ernmeiii System." We notice that! a
number of:.or Easteni .ercaoges tafee
this view. -r-State ClirgnieU'.
cnicho twaivpH a nlpa.sant antosrracn. let-1 . , !.'...? .i i
zz 1 r Trr . ; 1 R - i I law - trnicii limits appoininienis w
thef from the President enclosing an el- - k . i !
H O rronf fir far thft numose named. - Miss lour 7eara i. , J
a 3 JX lin wtf W In a country where omcqs are crea-
It has nevet been published be- tea .o.e.y ?J7.L Sta.t: Dor his imar.Vian, or .trct.
fore, and is asffollows: . . nV'?'?n -SJff',!..!. nkU the ' rcquisiu mean, to my his
Sf ZSZZ other - Offices re riot established
To bother vou iiov, but Vta not to blame,
At least, not so mucli, ior Jacx is iue one
Who first put me up to the thing I have
done. - - i
He told me last niht if I'd make for the
stiulnnt in the (University of Wilson for several days, and of course
North Carolina unless it shall bo everybody has een charmed and d-
of Commissioners of said countjr, by elegant gentleman. He delivered a
the oaths of tlie applicant and ine or number ot lectures and all his uis
more credible witnesses, .whiclj sliall courses were broad in the scope of vi
liA li Affidavit, to be tent in the of- sion. accurate and graphic in their
nee of said Board, that'neUhcij said paintings of times and men, keen and
true in tueir portrayals ot me tlie con
duct to motive, noble in their ethiral
teachings and grandly magnificent in
aauresses came to us noary with the
-1 . rat HlO IStlVfOr
Oilier ' UUlCeS HCrB4lli caiauiiQiivu ; i . 1 p .11 Q.
to gfve .unport to particular .eH - f,
the nubl c exneuse. JNo lndiviuuai " w... - . , , rr,.r .
wrlSris'the by removal, that he is of good moral character aud gray hairs of laborious research and
wrong 13 uiereiufv uuuc j , i Mno.v f nes3j he sad ap- persistant application, and were learn-
8lnTOneiti Sr 3nV shall be revocable if at ed and scholarly, and opnleu wlth
A rate,. uiU and put i It t.nc. is
0fr Krten" SrSorn j.r.n.e.or ,1,, tomps ,f the .fe Were
areitnau uie,aipmui, . - ---rr -r.r - "v -:
''- . a vicwr;to public benefits, a"n,d,.j
matter low high t,je8 requireMirs" removal, they
d so don't yon see . -rl'ifi ft Wrlmia in
Tle thine fo himself, no
1 he -price i '"'gseanu bouuuj. Q . toubcrlficed to private inter
It 1 nianaue tuis pran now nice it i . . ,i , , - , t
11 1 , ,i ,.:...InAia T is'llia nannla nnll lliav (linn
Jack gives a neat sum towards the fair for
. the poor,
Receiving instead, what he values far
more, , f . -
And then, when I marry dear Jack, it is
; plain - .
Til mini i.ili f lie nuilt and memento acain:
Now, dear Mr. Cleveland, please won't
you just ask
Your feister tosend me, 'tis not ranch of
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who have the right to complain when
a bad officer issubsituted for a good one.
He who is removed has the same
means otyobtaining a living that are
enjoyeu uy tue minions wuu uevp
held office. The proposed limitation
would destroy the idea of property
now so generally connected with orti'
An old silken necktie, or handkerchief, cbl station, aithough individual,; it
eay, iwonid, uy proraoung mai roianuu
Some fragment of what you've worn any
a1 inh to mv handiwork diffnitv dnet;
And then may tlie rates most Kiuaiy ueip
To piece at the patchwork you've taken
in hand, -lis
intricate patterns, at once- small and
May each square that'sfastened with in-
Glow with the tints truth and wisdom
Till the national crazy-patch, crazy no
Grows into symmetry ne'er known before !
And still Bomethiug better I wish you
Somo true, earnest woman, who, through
thick and thin,
Will follow your fortunes as I'll follow
And not any further your patience to tax,
I will close,' jost adding this P. S. to say,
If your own secretary be out of the way.
Or too much engaged this petition to read,
Because it is 'small, just tell uini toeea
This admonition it never is wise j
The day of small things to neglect cf dis
pise, For sometime, perhaps in years not. re
We women may have a legal right Jto vote,
Then if he wished to be be President, he
Might have some aid from e'eu poor little
'iVerbum mp" is the cue adieu mar
As happv as good, prays your friend
which constitutes a leading -principle
in the republican creed, giving
healthful aUiou to the system.
Charlotte Democrat : Some North
ern papers are now beginning to see
how the South and Southern peopl
have beeu slandered by paid hirelin
newsnaner reporters and thieving cai
pet-baggers. A paper published at
Cleveland, Ohio, though Republican,
Iras this to say: j"
"In every Southern btate Blaine
received more votes than Garfield re
ceived in 1880, and there was no at
tempt anywhere to 'bulldoze colored
or other voters in the interests of the
Democratic party. There may have
been in tlie past scenes of bloodshed
and not in the South, but when it is
understood that debased and deprav
ed negroes of that section were led by
Northern, seal la wags and carpet-baggers,
who were urging them to over
awe and oppress resident white men,
it is not to be wondered that some
lawless men resisted the rule of igno
rance, brutality and kuavery byjev-
trv m p.i us in their nower. lut now
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parents shall have becclmc able to pay.
.nnii tmtion finci room rem. ii niu
Fsimltv of the University shall be
come satisried that said; student is not
really entitled to the appointment,
thev shall, after ten days' notice giv
en to the said student,jbring the facts
to the attention of the Board, and ask
that his appointment be revoked,
, it film II be the (liitv ot the
RAirrl to do. if satisfied with the
truth of the allegations. If any stu
dent shall obtain the county appoint-
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ment as aforesaid without being en
titled thereto, he shall be liable to
pay tuition and room rent to the same
extent as if the appointment had
not been made, and if lie is a minor,
his father or guardian shall be liable
to pay the same.
Clieraw and Salisbury Railroad.
A" directors" meetiusr. which vas large
ly attended, was held at Salibury last
Wednesday. I learn from Capt. D. N.
Bennette, who attended, that the ut
most harmony prevailed, and that the
prospects for the early completion of
the road are gooa.
The business men of Salisbury,
aware of the benefits their town would
derive from, this road, are making ear
nest efforts to secure its completion,
and will contribute a large amount of
to that end. A stockholders1
meeting is called for August 19, at Sal
isbury, when more definite action will
Thflreovde of Stanlv have loner been
anxious for! this road, and will do their
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rad ia nt i nterest . " H ta themes ' lia ve
been brought nnder uerfect subiectfon
to his finely cultivated powers and he
rules them with that quiet power and
' m j . a. - .as .
easy grace wnicn snows ins pcriect
and undisputed majesty, lie reigns
over the; realm of the English'" lan
guage a; king, with his sovereignty
undoubted aud. undisputed. His
thoughts are draped in the luxuriant
foliage of the most copirus diction,
and his sentences, well rounded and
symmetrical are models of beauty and
culture, and show a finish most ex
quisite aud flawless. Every word
seemed created for the office he asked
it to fill, and consequently they fitted
in his sentences with admirable and
skillful precision and made the dis
courses smooth and harmonious and
stripped; of every f obstruct ion which
could impede its now.fae never
heard a more fluent speaker or one
who exercised a more felicitous con
trol over the English landguage. And
yet there is one thing remarkable.
Learned and cultivated as. he is, and
having drunk as he has done so often
from the Pierian sprinsr. and
vAA &aajwr u w jrm, ami
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Oall on the nndersigned at
Row. r D.
Agent for tha 'CrdwUTliresl.r,
Salisbdry , K. C, June Stb
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AO. a. urtnitiU. trsciT
An ' "Anomaly ?' in. Bakersville, which
disturbs a renublic;in. A republican.
friend in Bakersville writes us the fol
lowing itenju apiivato letter: "Perhaps
I should state as ui item of interest that
on yesterday iu ou.r town was presented
the anomalous spectacle of a democratic
magistrate arraigning a democratic rev
enue official for shooting a republican
Verily the world doove.' "
This was no doubt aud anomaly to our
friend, for tlie time was when republican
magistrates would fail to arraign, certain
ly to punish, a republican reveuuo official
for shootiug democrats. But, as our friend
snccests. tlie world do move in Sthe
l ight direction In this iiutance. Aihevilh
Citizen. t ,
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PAVING bought out the Giocery Del
conducting a First Class ' i!
My stock will consist of SUGAR, COFPEKl i- :d :mgX
BACON, LAltD, FISH, Molasses, FU)UIi ' ,r
Butter, Chickens, Eggs, &c. Also, Candlei--?-t-tfer j
Fruits, Nuts, Crackers, &d in fact, I in I ' lrit, 1 ,cJ.MLle
,. "1 i - U'-m - i -i
tend keeping everything usually kept i
tlx; Grocery and Provision line: and b-
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close attention to business and selling low r
for t-flrih, I hope to merit ai least a portion'
Come and see me at J.D.Mc ?
of the trade.
June 4, 188.x
J. M. HADEN.
"A patriotic citizen of Vacavilli
Cal., who detests the Chinese, reefcnt
lv refused to sell a native of theiCe-
lestial Empire a lot for 1,000, ! but
sold it to an -esteemed 1 ankee Jr$end
for S500. With an eve to business,
the Yankee sold it to the heathen,
and pocketed a nroht or oOU.jar.d
the original owner now has a "Chin
ese washee"'sign floating next dosur.
.,11 friTirord if Tll.lf it will SOme
I.., .,iof mrl t5nf nrr rpstored. iand time be built is a certainty. It has been
U1A uuib - r : I . , , " , n ni
the riehts ot the ireecimen are every- ior several yeuracuuipicicu ."
'5ITIVE AND PEldlANENT CUBE
Dyspipna and Indigestion
Pwidred iiTjR. W. Nf. GKEGOIi
"CnXRiottE.-N. C, Nov. 29. 1834.
Dr. VV. V'. Onxrorv ; I horbv certifv
I have recently used your Dyspeptic
'itnre with vprv prp.afr. benefit to mvself
itorjially reepmmend it to others.
i I i i - R. r. Wakixg,
Member N. C. Legislature.
Chablotte, N. C.
W. Gre?orv: I take creat pleasure
i!ing ray leMimony to the value of your
ptic Bemly. I USve used it with reat
cheerfully recommend it to any one
'fine Front d vh nros i n . indiirestson anu a
"piftcnditioii of liver and bowels.
i D. A. JENKINS,
! N. C. Stale Treasurer.
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'Mtoleby J II McAden and T C Smith &
CKarlqtte, N. C, and T. F. Kluttz & Co-,
,N.C. ' i i 49:ly
For the Watchman.
Look Up aud Hope.
y BY ARDENT.
When foes are 6trong,
And frieuds ar few,
And all the wrong .
In haste pursue;
Ah, then, 'tis this
That makes me sigh, .
And long for bliss
Beyond the sky.
'Where dwelleth light
And veigneth peace,
Aud all is bright,
And joys ne'er cease,
But like a river ,
Will sweetly flow'
A'ud ever more.
Then up my sonl
And strive to win
Tlie fartherest goal ,
Away from sin,
Ami every paiu
And earthly horror,
Anguish and shame,
Grief and sorrow.
Oh, strive to win
That liome above,
Where there's no sin,
But all is love I
Yea, give, here give, v
All else beside
- In heaven to live
And there abide !
where respected, and both races are
getting along harmoniously, it is the
i lowest and basest of demagoguery to
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uinarae tne passions oi une swuuu
agaiueb iiic uLiici.
Serious Charge Against Connty Officers.
A very serious charjre is made by
the Wilmington Star in relation to
I county students at the University.
The matter needs looking into. , ine
Rtotstkr is verv sure that the dtar
would make 4io such statement affect-
ing the personal official characters of
to.Wadesboro, leaving only sixty miles
between Wadesboro ; and Si.lisburj to
be built. At the latter place it will
with the Richmond & Danville
and Western North Carolina Roads,
and onen up a direct line to Charleston
E.R.Wood to the Raleigh Register,
A Philadelphia View of Cranberry.
erian sprinsr. and so ta-
miliar with all the fields of Prosy, yet
his train of thought did not lead us
for one moment by the enchanted.
Hertnus with its colden stream ; or
the beautiful Helicon with its flowery
slopes or the fragrant Pindus with its
laurel shade, lie avoided all the
adorning graces of rhetoric, and no
gems ot metaphor could be seen spark
ling iu the stainless current ot histL.ii
izlish. and no flowers of fancy, blnshr
ing with roseate tinlings ot beauty, (Oa.) Constitution
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uui lie weave iu cuctri u mu imkvh- . t tit ' t 1
ness. And notwithstanding the fact A pair of the finest black eyes did
that his delivery is stripped of all the not satisiy Miss Casey oi Iowt, am
facinating embelishments of oratory,
his style is by no means sluggish, but
is like a mountain. streamlet, whose
stoinless current goes rippling along,
radicut in the kisses of cun beams ot
purity and without one dreg in its
sparkling wavelets. Wilson Mirror.
An Ohio farmer, the other, day! met
in a lonely country locality a ypung
woman attired in a night gown, j Na
turally, he asked her who she was, when
she replied: "Nobody, I died this morn
ing." The farmer waited to he4r no
more, but made tracks for the nearest
settlement at a pace rivaling the speed
of Bonner's -fastest trotter. Atlanta
New & Fresh!
J. S. McOUBBINS, Sr., ;
Will continue the busineM at the Old
Stand, having closed out all the old stock;
His present stock h Entirely New, and wip
be offered on reasonable terms for Casll.
llai ter, or ui st-cla83 Mortgages. -
Those who could not pay all their morv
gagc last year may rencv, if paper AH'
satisfactory and appliance is. made at once..
1IIS STOCK CONSISTS OF j
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots 1
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Con-
fectioneris, Crw kery, Drugs, llacon, Iiiird
Corn, Flour, Feed ami ProvUions of all
kinds, with a full line of ;
High Grade Fertilizers.)
as cheap as'thc cheapest. Yon will i
well to ee linn oeloie nur:H;8in elv
y1icrc. . "
Palibury, ApriLlit, !Sf5.25:tf f
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in trying to -turn them to bljie by
means of chemicals she lws riiincd
both .their usefulness and beautyi
rnTTTO T A 'Dr'D maylo founl on file 4t Geo.
rll & Co" a NcvenaPt f
HvfrtlRln; nitrnanMO Soruce Sl.. wlre advrrtiwnir
cuatracts may bo madu fur It IN
Chas. Dudley Moore in the August Atlantic.
XJranberry Forge is the tmt wedge
of civilization fairly driven into the
Northwest mountains of North Caro
liona. A narrow-gauge railway, stra-
:nr fnm .T.diiicnii Cilv fnllnWS 1111
the Boards, of Commissioners of forty the narraw gorge of the l);e river and
North Carolina counties, without as pushes into the heart of the iron mine's
ii FARM WAGONS.
tXBCsiWATERTOWN ft ClSCIKKATI
'gis ;& Spnne: Was-ons.
llrj'BlikFORpXllCFFMAN . '
anl Guano Drills.
at HAY RAKES.
! -Avery's Ttirlina wiv?nT
PllLTT V A TOT? S
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, Avery and Dixie .PLOWS,
'if Wr -TIT !
ANll RRIQT Mil I Q
; i"- u,,iyi iiiii-E-w- .
5f,nne and Bo5l Fittings Guns,
'm&L Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
tnj!!10t Pajnite Fuse and Pri-
MiyrFTei3:aif Spades, Building
Kara? else imuaUy kaDt in First Class
nWockni h pment 'res. I Lave on hand
Saara. fcJ r bove Atter theialor the next
TWlaMsSnf iran they ever
vh. V. SMITH DEAL.
t, ! liK, . f-2?i.r Xonc IaU- Terms free.
T -BlCT ! ErrCoocUof, eoniana, Maine.
Sound Ideas on the Civil Service.
From President Andrew Jackson's First Annual
Message, xeucuiucr own, .
There ' are perhaps, few men who
can for any great length of time en
joy office aud power without being
more or less under the influeuce of
feelings unfavorable to a faithful dis
charge of their public duties, lhe
integrity maybe proof ugainst im
proper considerations immediately ad
dressed to themselves; but they are
apt to acquire a habit of looking with
indifference upon the public interests,
nf1 nftnUratin? conduct from which
on unnrnct ised man would revolt.
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Office is considered as a species wt
nrooertv: and Government rather as a
.oanc iirnmntincr individual interest
dian BB.flir instrument created solely
ha cprvire of' the people. Cor-
jty t iii - - "
fiit inn in some, and iu others a per
vi.mn nf correct feeliues and princi-
T M V w VaT - .
nle divert -government from its le-
o-itimate ends, ana raaue it an egic
ia Kimnort of the few at the ex-
r.nncn of the many. The duties of all
I'VII.JV m, .
...iidin .officers are. or at least admit
of being made, so- plain and simple
that men of intelligence may readily
..oi;rv themselves for their perforra-
auce, aud 1 cannot but believe that
thorough examination as the nature of
the case would permit. It is equally
sure that the morals of so large a num-
ber of the most reputable citizens oi
the State cannot be so lax as the Star
has been led to believe. The question
should be settled one way or tne otner,
and the first step to a settlement is to
I name the counties and the cases. :
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Annexea is tne otab s uaragrapu, w .
which the IRegisteb append? tile law quality of the Swedish iron.
about the matter as set lortn in sections
1 2633 and 2634 of The Code. .
From the Wilmington Star. j
The free schoolarshio law has been
terribly abused. There are 96 counties in
the State. The law gave one free schol
arship to each county. But it is well
known that there were more than 100
students sent to Chapel Hill under the
free scholarship law, and that these
were from but little over f ortv caunties.
How was ,that? Was that not a very
shameful violation of the law? JSot
only this, it but many well-to-do men
r . - a 1 I If
took advantage ot tne law ana got iree
tuition for their sons.
THE LAW, ABOUT THE MATTER.
The Code, Section 2633 and 2634.
See. 2633a! Board of Commissioners of
each County to select annuauy one
native resident for Gratuitous instruc
tion in lhe University. 1866- c. 2,
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It shall be the privilege of the
Board of Commissioners in each boun
ty in this State, forever to select an-
nuallronc native ot the State, resi
dent in said county, of eood moral
character and capacity for usefulness.
m, w .,
- a Jft a.
without requistte means to detray the
necessary expenses f -educationj-who
hall be admitted to any classes
in the University, for which he may
be prepared, free of all charges, for
tuition knd room rent, so that each
county may always have one repre
sentative at the institution. i
Sec. 2634. IFAo s eligible to appoint
ment as County student ; revocable by
at Pmnbcrrv. where there is a blast
furnace, and where a big company
store, rows of tenement houses, heaps
of slag and refuse ore, interlacing
tracks, raw embankments,- denuded
hillsides and a blackened landscape
are the signs of a 'great devastating
enterprise. The Cranberry iron is the
ereat esteem, as it has the peculiar
are remains oi oiu iurnaces lower
down thestreara, which we passed on
our wav. The present "plant" is that
of a Philadelpia company ,whoee enter
prise has intused new lite into all tins
region, made it accessible and spoiled
some pretty scenery.
There is this to be said about rlul-
adelphia and it will go far in plead
ing for it in the Jjast JLay against us
monotonous rectangularity and Ine
Uii.pl. Hk-f nmbitioii ot its I'tibllC
Ruildiucr that what wherever its in
flueuce extends there will be found
comfortable lodgings and the luxury
of an undeniably excellent cuisine.
The visible seal that Philadelphia sets
on iU enterprise al j through the South
is a good hotel.
This cottage beautiful lias on two
sides a wide verandah, set about with
easy chair; cheerful parlors and pret
ty chambers, fiuishcdJn native wood,
among which are conspicous tlie satin
strines of the cucumber tree: luxuri
ous beds and an inviting table, order
ed by a Philadelphia landlady, who
knows a beefsteak trom a boot-top.
Is it "low" to dwell upou these things
of the senses, when one is on a tour
iu search of the picturesque? Let the
reader ride from Abington through a
wilderness of coropone aud rusty ba
con, and then judge.
"A beautiful young lady," accom
panied bv Senator Beck, called upon
Mr. Aleck Botelcr of West Virginia,
pardon clerk in the Department of J us
tice. a dav or two affo, to urge the par
don of a brother of the young lady re
ferred to, who had been convicted of
the infraction of one ot the united
Mr. Bofceler did all it was possible
for him to do in the matter, and gave
n nrinted form of recommendation for
pardon to the Senator to take to the
Attorney uenerai ior ms-siguuiuic -he
woula approve ii.
whpn the blank returned it was
found duly signed, whieh caused the
beautiful young lady to faint. She ral
lied soon, and with outstretched arras
made for Mr. JJoteier, wao nea. one
then turned upon the Senator in the
same aetnonsirauye uuimiei , uu iic
uhgallantly took to Ins heels. Uh, for
a Gen Sherman, to teach these fellows
their duty. Indiampoeis Journm.
Yaflkin Mineral Srais Academy,
r a m r n c w f i p Ct .uh' rxn AJ ws . t
t 11. M AUTlN. Pfivcuai., j
Graduate or V:ik Furwl Coiirge. and also at .
ta I'm varsity or Vlrsfinla j
X57 i rtTioy, f i to $15 por session of 5 months...
Tl otvIt school In thin soctlon thattfaebci
ta.- I'nursUv or V-t. nuthod3. Vfcrorousex
t nlviv th irvitv Tiio cheapest s"bool In tb
J. s. wii"rr 1 1 vorH-rennwel mcthocLaan;
: luiit. o-jii-Baml onlv fG pt!r mouth.
r iv Address, v H. Martiw, Frto.
E shall keep on hand. Summer and Winter
a fun Hiimiiv nf ivf ini'h ,e 1pp. and will be
pleased to supply orders at OXB CENT per
Urgent orders ailwl any hour ot nlht.
Uaiwsity of North Carolina.
- Six new ProfessniH have reocntlv bcon
o,i,Kwl t, tli. Piinillv. makiiiir a ttal of
si'venteeii iiistnu'tniM. All tlie Cwrw.a
ot Study have bc n enlarged and stivuth
iicd.' Post irradnato insti nctiou is ilter-
t'.il' in cverv deuai t ment. The next ses
sion begins August 27. Entrance exami
nations August iI7, 28, 29, j
For catalogue containing information
in regard to tuil ion, board, terms rf ad
be. aoolv to IIOX. KEMP P.
liATTLE. LL. D..
Chapel Hill, N. C,
CAPITAL & ASSETB,
"Whv. Timmiris. who are vou in
mmirninc fnr?1" asked Meddle, uoon
seeincr crane on his friend's hat. Tini-
mins UW hv. voa see. mv wife's first
1 , 1 '"'l. - M J
Board i when trustees to ash Board is just dead, and X can't do less out of
xuui v. " . is just ueau, auu j, vou ii uy it as uui
to revoke appointment ! student obtain- reipect to her feelings."b-cAa;itf
Running for the Train. More
H...M nno mndical authority has ad-
, tA a ' wv
monished people of the danger of run
ning to catch the train, especially for
those who are subject to heart disease,
f tho most, common of ailments
111 these latter days. The following,
from an Euelish paper, may serve to
emphasize the warning : A few days
1 a.. t
since, a railway clerk, ageu lueniy,
was found dead in a sitting posture
a snpimd -p.hiR.4 railway car-
liage when it arrived, at Woolwich.
At inquest, it was stated that deceas
ed had been suffering from heart dis
ease for two or three years, and it
was supposed that he had hurried to
catch the traiu that morning.
Someliody has said, what every ho
le has observed, that thewe persons
who have attained to eminence in any
vacation of life have followed a uiii
form course, that of earnest work: and
unwearied application iNone are
a - . - - -
truly happy but those that arc busy;
lor the only real happiness lies in
useful work of some kiud, either of
the "band or the head, so long as
overexertion of either is avoided. It
should be the aim of every one to be
employed. If all men and women
were kept at some useful employment
there would be less sorrow and wick
edness in the world.
FOR RENT !
I will rent my flouse and Lands, situated
in the Northern suburb of the town of Sal
l!nrv. There are 5J5' aneaof ood tillable
land spledid for cotton, tobacco, of for
truck tarrning. All necessary outbuilding
in good repair. A well, a spring aild a
branch furnish-an abundance of good wa
ter. The dwelling has bix rooms, andfis in
snlenid renair. Between 500 and TOOTruit
trees arc on the place-just beginning to
bear. For terms aud particulars address,
39:tm Salisbury, N.tC.
J. UlIODfcS BROWNE, I (WM. C. COABT,
, Prest. 1 socreujf
Twaty-sixth Annual Statement.
JANUAHT 1, 1S3J. . ; '
Unadjusted Losses , t
Reserve Ior i.'e-tnsurance and allotncr I
Xet Surplu.-, v
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS :
Casn la Natloaal Bnt t T.8W M
Caaa in hand3 ot AKenW ll,6i S
. J4,0W .v
. t55,t It,
United Sutes UezUiercd Bonds
Stateao l Municipal Bonds.... 51.0"
National Bank Stocks UMM
Cotton Manufacturln? stocks Hl,t5t
Otbor Local Stvcki S9,tf M
Ileal EMite ( inlncumbercd city property) IT4 V
Loans, secured by first mortaCJ S0,13
Rpld nronosals frr building a frame
h..M. at the Countv Poor Hoasc, 31 miles
.ith of Salisbury: Siz; -10x18 fect with L
p.nvis fWt. PronosaU will be receive un
til ihP first Monday in August. ISS't. The
plns and specifications can be found at the
stores of J. S. McCubbins, and Klut(7. &
Hendlcman. The right is reserved to re ject
any and all proposals. )
THOMAS J. 6UMNEU,Ch'ri
B. of C. of KoTvan County.
July 13, ISS5.-3 A'.
J. ALLEX BROWN, Aft.
SAlisburT. y . C Marcu 26. ibis. . On-
ttr LAMP CHIMNEYS i
that will not break by het, tr sals r
DIAMOND DYES All colors fvov
wish at ENTNISS'
tor working people. Send 18 cenujj poatr
ttge, and we will mail you Jrtt, a foysl.
,.i.l.lna.imnlAlnlTnf trnndl til Hi will
nn vnn in i do Mav of matin? more mon-
nv buala3S. Ctpltat not re lutre. You can Uveal
home and worfcln spare tlmeonly, or all the tlujo. All
I . . w ., 1, ... nt an ac-ei. irranlly successful, to ew.
Ul ovAnfn-r That all who
want work nuy test the business, we mak e tftls un
nfrAlleled oiler : TO all who are not well sallstled
1 L- .ii ci tn kit for the trouble of wrlUotr s.
11 lna rlr- vnrfrp Immense
! nir absolutely sure tor all wlio start at once.; Oont Tncli an ViTmifu-.'
1 5?ur. Adimsa STivsos & Co.. rortland, Matae. t f 1 Ue 8,
Nov 2;, 'St. ly lHl
DON'T FORGET To call for Seed i
all kinds at ENKISSV j v
TO THE XADiESi
Call and sec the Flower Potf At I
-xnr STRAKGE BUT TuUE.Wh
dodist ia the human body and tireuiliVVf
the cause of disease and death. Shfiii J"
? win uitrv ana :exi-ti ,
sicui.. - i
v S s.