SALISBURY. N. G, AUGUST 13, 1885.
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mmm and permanent cure
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ipepsia and Indigestion
Ibifmi by l)i. w. V. (iREGORY,
.Charlotte, N. G. . .
CBAKLOTTK. M. C. Nov. 20. 1884.
pf. W. W. Grcirorv : I lievebv certify
Elhase recent f- used your Dyspeptic
Kftwith very geat benefit to myself
flwdially recomihed it to others?
K. P. Waring,
Member X. C. Legislature.
Charlotte, N. C.
WW. Gresorv: I take ereat uleasure
lag my te?tiniony to the value of your
Ptic Remedv. f liao
ciichiuu; recomrnencJ 11 10 any one
H-from dyspepsia, indigestson, and a
wnuuion of liver and bowelB.
J). A. JENKIN8,
N, C. State Treasurer.
le by J H HcAdtin and T O Smith A
ptt'lotle, N. C, and T. F. Khittz A Co-,
Ti,.C. 49-1 v
J$w, Watertown & Cincinnati
pes & Spring Wagons.
and Guano Drills.
nas HAVE AFFIX.
.wuiujj autl causing
ll, V1 b ARROWS,
wraith fir nJM..
vcrv and "n;v; tt auto
SlD GRIST MILLS,
'is. v ,nvt
Aim orv' "ynamite Fuse and Pri-
WCT nnd Spades. Buildinir
If.R lorUI,Sml famishes, "
'L5?,SED CLOVER SEED.
rK:7 ai)o?7 nK r1 nave on band
oner tarni for ile. npvt,
mmJ tUan tUey ave ever
H W. SMITUHITAI
.Bin " ,Hj5Sa
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Effiif aoy tor1,? an' thing else by takln-
L rdnuiv v SfiU,n- book out. Bc
kR "Awiy- ne fail. Termsfree.
t, r D I'urtiand, Maine.
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How the President was Deceived.
His Witlierinq Renin to His De-
New York, August 5. The Times'
special from Cincinnati says : President
g J Cleveland recently appointed a certain
W p j judge in whose favor very numerously .
t O i signed pefcitons had been filed. He soon
j afterward received a letter from a per-
H g son who had signed the petition in fa-I
2 H vor of his appointment It declared !
, J I , , iKZ
g I that the appointee was an unfit man
H ri ior juuge : tnau tne community were
disgusted with the choice, and that the
writer and others had signed the peti
tion merelv to 0 et rid of the annlicant. '
knowing his unfitness, and never dream- j
, , , , , t
ing that such a man had any chance
The President replied as follows :
Washington, August 1. Dear Sir:
I haveead your letter with amazement
and indignation. There is but one
mittigation of the perfidy, which it dis
closes, and that is found in the fact
that you - confess your share in it. I
Know not wnetner you are a Uemocrat,
but if you are, the crime which you con
fess is the more nnpardonable. The
r; 7i ..1. . tTFTJT v . f
iaea tnai in s aamimstration, wtiicn nas
pledged itlf to give the peg, le a bet-
T- I i.1 --XriXr i j
engaged m a hard fight with the bad
elemlnts of both parties, should be be-
trayed by those who are worthy of im-
pncit trust, is atrocious, and suen trea-
son bv the people and partv oueht to !
be punished by imprisonment. Your
confession comes too late to be of an
immediate use to the public service, ani
I can only say that while this is not
the first time I have been deceived and
misled by lying and treacherous repre
sentations, you are the first one that
has so frankly ownedrhis greivous fault.
If any comfort isto be extracted: from
this assurance you are welcome to it.
Tlie Dred Scott Case.
What Chief Justice Taney Decided.
From tble N. Y. Journal of Commerce.
Dred Scott, who was a slave in
Missouri, brought suit to recover his
freedom, and used the United States
Court on the ground of being a citi
zen of a different State from the one
in which the defendant lived. He
claimed his freedom because his mas
ter had taken him into territory made
free by the act of Congress in what
is known as the Missouri Compro
mise. The case, after decision in the
Circuit Court, was taken to the Su
preme Court, and the final opinion
affirmed by the Supreme Bench, only
two Jnstices dissenting, was written
by Chief Justice Taney. This decis
ion, given in 1857, declared that
Scott could not sue in a Federal court i
because ne was not a citizen, ducige i
Taney did uot state, as often quoted,
that in his opinion "the negro had no
rights the white man is bound to
respect"; but that more than a cen
tury previous to the declaration of
independence negroes, whether slave
or free, had been regarded "as beings
of an inferior order, and altogother
unfit to associate with the white race,
either in social or political relations;
and so far inferior that they had no
rights which the white man was
bound to respect." This was stated
as a matter of history, and not as
the opinion of the court or any mem
ber of it.
An exchange says : "It is worth re
membering that no newspaper is
printed especially for one person any
more than a hotel is built especially
to please one guest. People who be
come greatly displeased with some
thing they find in a newspaper should
remember that the very thing that
displeases them is exactly the thing
that will please somebody who has
just as much interest in the paper as
they have. This is for you, gentle
reader. Cut it out and past it in your
hat." A citizen, speaking about news
paper criticism, said he would not
have a paper in his house unless it
Xully agreed with his idea of things.
"Then," remarked his elbow neigh
bor, "I fear you are destitute of read
in in your family." Honest criticism
is alway in order, and from it comes
development and a nobler being.
The Coinage op the Silver
Dollar. It is confidently expected
by the opponents of the silver dollar
that its coinage will be stopped by
Congress. The recent loan of gold to
the treasury by the banks of this city
was made expressly upon the as
surance that the gold would be need
ed only until the meeting of Congress
in December nexj, and this is the gen
eral opinion of bankers and merchants
in this section of the country. It seems
to us that any proposition looking to
a stoppage of the coining of the silver
dollar will probajbly meet the fame
fate in the new JAouse.ot .tfepresenia
;Aa Knf it did in the last one. LiVr.
II vo V I v v x
The Southern Colored Youth.
-4 True View at Length From Yan
(.Hartford (Conn.) Times, July 28.
A Connecticut man who has been
traveling for several months through
the Southern States and seeing all
parts of that section as well as all parte
of the population, has written from
California hw views of the colored
FSple a Ae 8outh- ? 18 R Prk,vate
letter and was never written with any
idea 0f publication. The writter, like
the eentleman to whom t a written.
(a Hartford man,) is a Republican.
It is to be hoped that he takes too
sombre a view of the young men and
w.omea fftg PeoPIe- Bttt we
give a part of his letter :
"My Southern trip took in all the
South except Texas and a portion of
North Carolina. I could give you
quires as to the status or the negro.
The fact is, in a few words, that the
negro of to-day who-has just arrived
manhood is the most worth less of God's
creatures. He only works when he can
not steal to live, and, with enough in
his pocket to subsist for three days,
he is rich. Education (what little
,ere llU w oniy maae mm worse.
for 88 soon he read and wrUe
Ue goes into p0itic8wben not en
gage in forging orders. The females
Ir t j -r i Ti
S? " ba.d' ",not f0 th'
Y B a,m08t unbn?wn amng
.J & "6tv
Preaclie are otten the worst of all ;
they teach the damsels, even such as
are not viciously inclined, the path of
I il ' .till.
kji course mere are exceptions
but what I here say is true of the
masses. Those who were formerly
slaves are not included in my con
demnation. They are generally so
ber, industrious and good citizens.
They were taught to wrk ; and very
many of them (now middle aged or
old men)own the houses they live in
and have mouey laid away. It is of
those who have come upon the stage
since the war that I write j he young
negroes, men and women, of 20 to 25.
Their character and condition and the
future that is involved, not only for
them but for the South for there are
millions of thempresent a grave
question, Which is occupying the anx
ioua thoughts of the wisest men of that
section. As to the feeling toward the
North that is entertained by Souther
ners, you cau find but one sentiment
A Gander Guide. In Germany, an
aged blind woman used to be led to
church everv Sunday by a gander. He
would take ner to the door of the pew
where she sat. As soon as she was in
her place he would walk quietly out of
church, and occupy himself in the
churchyard, feeding on the grass till
the service was over and he heard the
i oeoole comiriff out of church. Then he
would go to the pew of his old mistress
and lead her home asrain. One dav the
- . r-J . .
minister of the ehurch called to see this
person at her own home. He found
that she had gone out, and he express
ed his surprise to her daughter that
they should let her go out alone.
"Oh, sir," replied the daughter, "there
is nothing to fear. Mother is not alone;
the gander is with her.
Strange attachments often spring
up between two animals, and the bond
is apt to be stronger if either one hap
pens to be suffering from any misfor
tune. A gentleman once owned a
blind horse which occupied the same
pasture with a flock of geese. A gan
der, seeing the difficulty of the horse
in getting about, left his companions
and attached himself to his bund
friend. All day long they kept to
gethor, the gander cackling constant
ly to give signs of his presence. He
would lead the horse to the best pas
turage and to water, and would ac
company him to the stall where they
had their meals together, the horse
often dropping a mouthful of food for
his feathered friend. When the poor
blind creature died the gander seem
ed utterly lost ; he wandered round
disconsolately for a week, refused to
eat, and at the end of that time had
grieved himself to death.
If the reader thinks that only kind
words are heard at the North at this
hour of mourning for the South and
its leaders he is far from the fact. At
Hillsboro, III., last Sunday, a preach
er by thename, of Hoffman, let out
his venom and took the noble ex
President Davis for lijs theme. He
"What an inscrutable Providence
is that which, allows traitors to live
while heroes and patriots to die. It
humiliates one that Jefferson Davis
should 4ive to see the death of Grant.
It may be a mercy of God to lengthen
the life of the culprits to gie them
time for repentance. And if that! is
the ground upon which Davis isspar
then raav we expect that he will
yet live a thousand years, for 1,000
vears of repentance will not equal the
mnirmitv of his traitorous offense.
There are more of the bloody shirt
lt North. Their name! is
j v -
leo-iou. Wil. Star.
A Warm Weather Ihveation.
Ice Soup for Overheated Drinkers.
"The latest drink1 said a Chicago
"artist "is 'iced soup You know
that in winter time we had beef tea,
steak tea and other hot drink?, but
iced soup or bouiluon is having a
great run, artd I believe that it has
come to stay. The lemonafle trade
has fallen off greatly Since tlie advent
of the soup. Men who are accustom
ed to mint juleps, etc., etc,: take to
the iced soup 'like a duck to water.7"
"When was the newdiink brought
"About a week ago a well known
'doctor came to the propriotors and
said that he hud a scheme that would
take. The bosses laughed at him.
Finally he induced them to put down
their names for a gallon, and it was
brought into the place in a brown jug.
Keep in a cool pioej nir hak well
before taking were the instructions
on the card. This was a kind of
chestnut, but I was told to put the
jug on ice, and I did so. Then gayly
decorated cards were hung up in the
place, and by and by we had a call
tor a glass ot bouillon. I poured out
a glassful, and, after seasoning it with
salt and pepper, handed it to the cus
tomer. It seemed to havfc touched
the right spot, for he said It' was the
best drink he had taken for years."
"How many brands are there ?
"Well, you can get tdmato, vegeta
ble, ox-tail, and the doctor says if the
thing is a success he'll introduce tur
tle.". Afflictions. A merchant was one
day returnmig from market. He was
on horseback and behind him was a va-
lise filled with money. The rain fell
with violence, and the good old man
was wet to the skin. At this he was
vexed and murmured because God had
gived him such bad weather for his
TT til 1 S -1
journey, tie soon reached the borders
of a thick forest. What was his ter
ror on behodling on one side of the road
a robber with leveled gun, aiming at
him and attempting to fire ! But the 1
powder being wet by the rain, the gun
did not go on, and the merchant, giv
ing his horse thepur, fortunately!, had
time to escape. As soon as he found
himself sate he said to himseli: "How
wrong was I not to endure the rain
patiently as sent by Providence 1 If the
weather had lx?en drv and fair I should
not, probably, have been alive at this
hour, and my little children would have 1
expected my return m vain. Ihe ram
which caused me to murmur came at
a fortunate moment to save my life
and preserve my property."' It is thus
with a multitude of our afflictions; by
causing us slight and short sufferings
they preserve us from others far greater,
and of longer duration.- Ex.
Novel Plan to Catch Moles. A
farmer, proposes the following novel
plan for catching moles: Take two old
old cow horns and place them point to
rpoint, turning the hollows outward in
the track or the mole, and tnen replace
the earth over them. The mole will
come along soon an crawl intothe horn
just as far as he can go, and remain
there trying to get through, as
he cannot turn around, and moles nev
er go backwards. Scratch up and ex
amine your horns occasionally and you
will soon have your mole.
Charles Scribner's Sons, the pub
lishers, slate that the author of the
story "Across the Chasm" is Miss Ju
lia Magruder, daughter of Genet al
Chattauooga has ordered its aban
doned women to leave the city. One
of the unfortunate Creatures commit
ted suicide last week, in desperation,
having neither money nor friends to
whom to go, nor any occupation at
which she could make a living.
A -father may save a few dollars by
refusing to make the home inviting
for his children ; but he may spend
ten times that yes, a hundred times
in getting them out of trouble which
they have brought on by roaming on
"One of these dollars is a counterfeit,
ma'nm" "How can vou tell?' "Sim-
nlv bv sound. Just tap it and hear how
olorir the genuine, sounds. That's ten
or. Notice when I tap the other one.
That's base." Siftinjs.
JL fashionable Austin lady imme
diately after the death of her hus
band, married his brother. A visitor
at the house, noticing the picture oi
her late husband, asked who it was.
It is,". she replied, hesitatingly,
"mv deceased brother-in-law." Tex
Charlotte Home-Democrat: The "ice
water tramp" is now the nuisance of
the times. He pushes himself into
railway cars whenever a station is
reached and makes for the water
cooler. If the tumbler or cup has
not been hidden by the porter, he
gulps down as much ice water as he
-, 9 ml ' . ft
rain stand, ainres ui n uonocutcio,
tl.n 'iumiis off as the train starts
lenving an unpleasant wlorJbeMncl.
Don't Kill him, but pjwmii him.
In the report of a down East Agri
cultural Fan- occurs the following: "Best
bed comforter" Miss Mary Hall.
Among the appropriations made by
Congress some years ago, we find the
"For defraying the expenses incident
to the death and burial of Abraham
Ten thousand yards of plaids are
manufactured everv day by the Odell
factory, at Concord, besides other goods.
Give us more North Carolina indus
tries that do as well.
"I would rather marry a yellow dog
than you," wrote a Stockton (Cal.)
girl to her lover, in one of their tiffs,
and he has filed the letter as an exhibit
in the suit for breach of promise, in
which she is plaintiff and he defen
Widow to medium: "Is my husband
happy in the spirit land?" "Yes; per
fectly so. madam. He has everything
his soul desires." "Then, thank heav
en, he's got it at last 1" "Got what,
madam ?" "A postoflfice." Chicago
In Georgia when they go to whip a
wife beater they tie him to the post by
his neck with his toes off the ground,
and then go back to town for whip.
It sometimes happens that the victim
dies of ennui before the crowd gets
back. Macon Telegraph.
There are now said fo be 324 cotton
mills in the South against 280 five
years ago, the number of spindles hav
ing been increased from 723,989 to
1,270,422, and of looms from 15,222 to
21,873. North Carolina has made the
greatest increase in the number of
mills, but Georgia leads in the number
of spindles and looms.
"The ten finest buildings in this
country, according to the majority vote
given in the Boston American
Architect, are Trinity church, Boston,
he canitol at Washington; W. K. Van
derbilt s house; Trinity church and the
Jefferson Market court house, New
York; the city hall, Hartford; city hall
4fnJ j lJ' i ,, vr V
and btate capitol, Albany ; Sever hall,
n " tlcI .
Just for a change, for the sake of
sweet variety, will not some Union
or Confederate General get up and
name a battle that was lost through
his unaided efforts? Here is a vast
and undisturbed field in which a
daring author may prance with the
eyes of the whole country focused
upon him. Macon Qa.) Telegraph.
A slander is being circulated about
some citizens of Vicksburg that should
be promptly contradicted whenever it
is heard. It is stated that four Vicks
burg gentlemen visited Cooper's Well
this season, each with his valise. Soon
after arriving at the well, so the story
goes, each one was begging the others
tor a change or linen, ana there was
nothing in the valises but liquor and
each expected the others to
bring clothing. Vicksburg Herald.
Xylonite, one of the most remarka
ble of recent products, is prepared by
first treating a fine tissue paper with
sulphuric and other acids and then
with alcohol and camphor. The paper
becomes much like parchment, and
may be worked into plates of any
thickness, and made transparent or
colored brilliantly. It is much more
t -i i i
flexible and less brittle than horn or
Sir Henry Thompson says new milk
is more unwholesome than the average
water supply as a beverage. Both ought
to be boiled before using. By the way,
a friend of ours came near dying from
dvsnensia. He lost fortv pounds. He
was made to drink milk boiled and
then placed on ice; Raw milt was
poison to him. He drank a half a gal-
Ion a day, now and then eatmg a little
light bread and drinking mineral water,
and in a few months regained his
1.1 -T T
weight and health, rle lived on ice-
cold boiled milk. Wil. Star.
The traveling theatrical companies
are appreciated in the distant West.
An Arizona paper, for example, says:
"A company of dnffers gave a show
last night at Barney Hill's. They
played a dizxy snap called Camlet.1
We never heard of the drama before,
and we never want to see it again. It
is the snidest thing in the way ot a
show we ever fell up against. There
ain't no horse?, no singing, fighting,
or dancing in the whole blamed she
bang. There Was a lively dog fight
in the middle of the play that was a
ereat success. Tlie actors wre not
killed, but the duck that played Ham
let was tarred and feathered."
He Discovered a Bargain. Jewel
er X will let you have the diamond
necklace, the watch, aud the brace
let for $8, madam; that is the best I
can do. .
Madam (turning to go) I will
speak to my husband about the mat
ter and let you know.
Countryman (eagerly) I say, mis
ter, I'll take them trinkets for $3.
Here's your caslju--'
Jeweler 'Oiaruiy my friend, lhat
JirV daughter is to bo married to
I morroT, and she only wants to rent
' them for bridal prcseuts.
T? 4 T V L T T T. TTO'lH T U U u W A w svv. rw I
ivcu.vanADi.r. i.i.im. Jr..n, OJUUU
the flints, of the chalk formations is oc
casionally found one which emits a
clear, musical sound when struck with
another flint. Sissandier tells of a dis
tinguished French musician, H. Baudre,
who is a zealous collector of these mu
sical stones, and who has just succee
ded in making a unique "piano" from
them. In this instrument the flints are
suspended by wires above a sounding
board, and are played upon by two
other flints. The stones of the piano
number twenty-six, forming the two
chromatic octaves, and were collected
with much patient labor during a pe
riod of more than thirty years. There
seems to be no relation between the
sizes of the stones and their tones.
A woman in Scott county, Arkan
saw, when told that her husband had
banged himself, said:
"Look here, man, don't come tryio
to play none o' your jokes on. me."
"It is a fact," her informer solemn
"Not tryin to play a prank?"
"Well, that's all right then, I do
hate for a person to skylark with me
when I'm busy. I wonder whar Abe
got the rope. Arkansaw Traveler.
How a Woman Shades her Eyes.
-A letter in the St. Lou is A Republi
can says : "In your pnper of the 26th
instant is a picture of the statue 'Star
of the West,' a woman shed ing . her
eyes with her hands. It is not true
to nature. A woman always shades
her eyes by turning her hand over
the palm upward so that the back
will not sunburn. During . the civil
war a woman in the array in male at
tire was discovered by this gesture."
A count of the public documents
stored at the capitol has inst been
been completed. It was found that
there are about 700,000 public docu
ments stored there, some of which
have been there for thirty 'ears with
out being touched. But few mem
bers sent away the proceedings of the
Forty-second Congress, which is the
one that passed the back pay bill, and
Over which there was such a univer
sal condemnation. They preferred
that their constituents should be kept
in the dark as much as possible in re
gard to their votes on that bill. It
appears also that there has not been
such a general demand for the agri
cultural report as some persons be
lieve; for some years as many as
10,000 copies have been left undis
FTTTTTQ T A "D U may be found on file nt Geo.
HUD r aJkStJX p. howcU & Co s Newspaper
Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce StA where advert i.-.lnir
kontracu may bo mado for it IN NEW YOttXi.
E shall keep on hand. Summer and Winter
a full supply of Kennebec Ice, and will bo
f (leased to supply orders at ONE CENT per
b. Urgent orders niled anv hour ot night,
35:4t: COUGUSNOUR & SIlAVElt.
University of North Carolioa.
Six new Professors have recently been
added to the Faculty, making a total of
seventeen instructors. All the Courses
of Study have been enlarged and strength
ened. Post-graduate instruction is otter
ed in every department. Tho next ses
sion begins August 27. En trance exami
nations August 27, 28, 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 rent my 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 abundance of good wa
ter. The dwelling has six rooms, and is in
splcnid repair. Between 500 and 700 fruit
trees arc on the place just beginning to
bear. For terms and particulars address,
W. M. BARKER,
139:1m Salisbury, N. C.
Scaled proposals for building a frame
house at the County Poor House, - miles
south of Salisbury : Size 40xlS feet with L
30x15 feet. Proposals will be received un
til the first Monday in August, 1885. The
plans and specifications can be found at the
stores of J. St McCubbins, and Kluttz &
Rendleman. The right is reserved to reject
any and all proposals.
THOMAS J. SUMNER, Ch'n
B. of C. of Ro van County.
July 13, 1835. 3w.
for workl ne people. Send 10 cents nost-
tAge.aml we will malljroq free, a royal,
nut you in the way ot raakjn'f more raon
vaiuaote sarapie dqx oi exis mac vm
ey In a tew days than you ever taouL'ht possible at
any business, uapiiai noi, require, iiiou can meat
home and work in spare time only, or a1!! the tliae.AU
of bath. sex. of all aces, eraniiy successful. s cis
to $5 easily earned every evening. That all who
want work may teai tne business, we miue uus un
paralleled offer: To all who are not well satisfled
we will sendfl to pay tor the trouble of writing s.
niii narticulars. direct lon3.ct.. sent free. Immense
pay aoolutely sore for all who start at once. - Bou't
r n a
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES M
Call on te undersigned at NO. 2, Granrfff
Row. D.A. ATWELL.
Agent for the "GardweUThresher.'t
Salisbury, N". C, June 8th-tf. I j,.
'AVINQ bought out the Grocery D
parimeai oi w. u. iuoceiy, i intena
conducting a First Class
tend keeping everything usually kept i
the Urocery and Provision line; and by
close attention to business and selling. loti;
for cash, I hope to merit t least a portics
of the tracje. Come and see me at J.D.Mc"
Ncely's Stre, J. M. II ADEN.
June 4, jS85. 2ms. j
j ; : -mmitwA
New & Fresh
J. 3. McOIJBBIWS, Sr.
continue the business at
the Obi V
Stand, having closed out all the old stock. (
His present stock is Entirely New, and wiW -,,
be offered; on reasonable terms for CasUe
Iiarter,xr irst-class Mortgages.
Those who could not pay-all their mort
gages last ?year may renew, if papers are
satisfactory and appliance is made at oncu.
HIS? STOCK CONSISTS, OF
Dry Grbods, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing1, Con-
fectionoris: Crockorv. Drtifrs. Bacon. T.ftri
uorn, r ioar, recti ana rrovisious oi au
kinds, with a full line of .
High Grade Fertilizers,
as cheap as the cheapest. You will dip
well to sec him before purchasing leu!;
Salisbutv, April 1st, 1885. 25:tf
j , 1
Yadfcia Mineral Sprinas Acafiemy,
PALWIERSVILLE, (Stanly Co.) N.C. 8
C. H. MARTIN, 1'KlNCrPAL, f
Graduate of Wake Forest College, and also at i
tne University of Virginia.
?5T iTiTiofj, $3 to $15 per session of 5 months, jj
The onljf school in this section that teaches
.the Uutverpity ot Va. methods. Vigorous e-I
tonslve, thorough. The clicapest school In the-;!
J. 8. Wherq t le.e world-re nowed methods are :
taught Oo-od board wily c per month. H
27 ly j Ad lrew. v. il. Martin, Prta.U
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
J. RHODisS fcliOWNK,
1 (WM. C. COABT, "
Twenty-sis tu Annual Statement,
I Jaslaut 1, 1SSS. ' -
Cash Capital ,.wt,m-m-
Unadjusted Losses I4,M
Reserve for ke-lnsnrance and all other lit , M
ii.- 1. 1. . v . 1
Net Snrplu4 - 4.. MUd j?
RCIIEDULE OF ASSETS
Cash In National Bank., 06
Cash in hand of Agents 11JM 2
United Slates nlstered Bonds. ... .
State and Municipal Bonds
National Baik stocks is.o,40Q
Cotton Maniif u'tuilng stocks 114,785 m
Other I)Ca 1 flocks 89,770
Ileal Estate Incumbered citjLpropejty) fTjft I"
Loans, secured by first mortgages.- 80,4IS 1 1
Totl Assets, - $741380 22
J. ALLEN BROWN, AffL
Salisbury, N. C., 3Iarch 20, 18S5. Cm
LAMP CHIMNEYS j
that will hot break by heat, for tale st
DIAMOND DYES All colore
v!h nt I'VVlSK'
-j v - - i - - - r
DON'T FORGET to call for Seed! i
all kinds it -ENWISS1.
TO THE LADIES :
Call ard sec the Flower Pots at
NOT STRANQE BUT TiUE. Wor
do exist in the human body and are b
.1 M 1 r t .
the cause fl oi?case anu neaxn. er.nn
T!uli;in VcrmilV.EC will destroy sod Cx.
thcui from! the system.
My6rocK Mriu consist oi nutfTVU, tu f iix. A
BxYCON, Ii.UD, FISH, Molasses, FLOUR-
Butter, Chickens, Eggs, &x. Also, Candies
Fruits, Jiuls, Crackers, &c. in fact, I in-:
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