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SALISBURY, N. C, OCTOBER 22, 1885.
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' The following beautiful lines were sent by a
laoy in another Stale for reproduction in the
atchman, to which- she is a subscriber.
I SHALL BE SATISFIED.
Not here! Not here!
Not where the sparkling
r r" waters
Ej p- Fade into mocking sands as we draw near:
fcrj Jri ;lVhere in the wilderness each footstep falters,
A M " I shall be satisfied;" but, 0 1 not here X
5 2 0
"ot here wlere all the dreams of blisa deceive
us V y
Where the worn spirit never gains its goal';
There haunted ever by the thought that
Across us floods of bitter memory roll.
there is a land where every pulse is thrilling
With rapture earth's sojourners may not know,
Tf here heaven's repose the weary heart is stilling,
And peacefully life's time-tossed currents flow.
Far out of sight, while yet the flesh infolds us,
Lies the fair eountry where our hearts abide,
A11 of its bliss is nought more wondrous told us
linn these few words " I shall be satisfied."
t -'fied ! Satisfied ! The spirit's yearning
r sft companionship with kindred minds;
-ilent love that here meets, no returning
he inspiration which no language finds.
Shd" they be satisfied? The soul's vague longing
IfTheaehing void which nothing earthly fills?
Qbvvvhat desires upon my soul are thronging,
A- I look upward to the heavenly hills.
Thither my weak and weary steps are tending,
ruior and Lord! with thy frail child abide!-
Guidf me toward Home, where all my wander
ill see thee, and "shall be satisfied."
From Hymns of the Ages.
all the good thou doest to man
gift be, not a debt ;
he will more remember thee
lie more thou dost forget.
it as one who knows it not,
I ut rather like a vine,
t year by year brings forth its grapes,
hid cares not lor the Wine !
lorse when he has run his race,
dog when tracked the game,
when it has honey made
not their deeds proclaim.
iilcnt then, and like the vine,
ing forth what is in thee ;
thy duty to be good,
-Viid man's to honor thee.
CHILD AND MOTHER.
Bren are what the mothers are.
bndest father's fondest care
fashion so the infant heart
lose creative beams that dart,
ail their hopes and fears, upon
rradle of a sleeping sonv
His ;f artled eyes with wonder see
A fa'ier near him on his knee,
Who wishes all the while to trace
The m'other in his future face;
But tits to her alone uprise
His wakening arms ; to her those eyes
Open with joy any not surprise.
Walter Savage Lander.
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY!
He Always Took Salt.
rEditor Hasscr toGreensboro Patriot.
Senator Vance's Courier Journal inter
view in which he appears as a "kicker"
against the Administration, has attracted
attention here. It is understood to he a
declaration of war and the gossips place
hfm and Senator Eustis in the same boat.
Che opinion expressed by the junior
North Carolina Senator, that the people
in North Carolina arc dissatisfied with the
Administration, is not confirmed by visit
ing North Carolinians. Here and there
in the State, it is said, complaint is heard
that changes arc not made fast enough,
but as to any general dissatisiaction, it
does not exist. It is also said that t he
people generally are in sympathy with
the Senator's civil service views. The
present civil service reform is everywhere
in the State regarded and characterized
as a transparent humbug.
The Senator uses-vigorous ana unmis
takable English in speaking of" Southern
Republican office holders. "They gamed
their position," he says, "by going over
to the negroes, by becoming traitors to
meir rciiuw-ciuzeiis, uuu uy uuutguuiiug
every principle of the Southern people."
They ought to be removed, and so for as
JNorth Carolina is concerned they have
been removed. The one prominent Re
publican now in office in North Carolina
is the Wilmington postmaster. He has
not been removed because Democrats re
quest his retention. The change in the
Charlotte mint has not been made because
Senator Vance and Congressman Bennett
could not agree upon the appointment.
If there is blame let the responsibility at
tach where it belongs.
At the instance of Senator Vance the
Department has decided to remove the
revenue office from Statesville to Newton.
The change is Only awaiting a report from
Collector Dowd on the cost of renting a
suitable building for an office in Newton.
The Department first determined to make
no change; it was then decided to remove
the office to Charlotte; subsequently it
has been decided to remove it to Newton.
Collector Dowd fought against the remov
al to Newton, but finally acquiesced, and
is now understood to join Senator Vance
m urging that change. It is understood
here that the removal is against the judg
ment of the Department, and possibly
against the report of the special agent
who was sent to North Carolina to inves
tigate the matter. The main objection
urged against Statesville is that the only
suitable building in the town for an office
is owned by ex-Collector Mott, and that
he is consequently the chief beneficiary
of the present location of the office. How
ever these things may be the change is to
be made, and that soon, and the Isanner
county" w ill have something besides ''the
banner" to show for its enthusiastic fidel
ity to Democratic principles.
Senator Ransom is an untiring worker.
Most of his time is spent here, at great
inconvenience and expense, in the inter
est of his State. He has boundless faith
in the Admnistration and believes that
its policy is wise and just. The changes
are too slow,j but he appreciates the diffi
culties that beset a new Administration.
He has no ground ot complaint. Not a
single reauest has been denied him. and
it is well known here that he enjoys the
President's confidence. On his table lies
Tobacco Barns as Fruit Evaporators.
Cor. Greensboro Patriot.
Pond, Guilford County, Oct. 10th,
1885. Some weeks past I saw an ar
ticle in the Patriot, asking the farm
ers to try an experiment this fall
while curing todacco, that they might
ascertain whether or not the tobacco
barn would do for an evaporator for
fruit drying. I only speak for my
self, and say that I have tried the ex
periment and think it will pay a large
per cent, to all who engage in the
fruit drying business. I use the rock
furnace with the iron pipe. While
curing a barn of tobacco last week I
pared and sliced some apples, placed
tbem on boards, then put one board
of the fruit thus prepared on the low
er tier, aud the other al out six inches
from the ground bet re n the flues.
This was done when t he thermom
eter was at 160. I continued to in
crease the heat until it had attained
18Q the length of time being four
At this time the fruit was taken
out, rand I found it to be thoroughly
dried, and would not bend but snap
ped very short. After it had ben ex
posed a short time to the open air,
which was very damp at that time,
the fruit became very flexible. The
color was not as bright as I have
seen, which I suppose was on account
of the apples being very mellow; but
the flavor was most excellent.
I also placed in the baru some half
peaches, which remained five hours.
On taking out the fruit last mention
ed I found it to have a beautiful col
or, and the flavor was delicious.
I am fully pursuadod that the to
bacco barn can be successfully used
for evaporating fruit, and much cheap
er than the costly evaporator made
for sale. If this proves to be succes
ful the farmer has an evaporator on
his farm on a much larger scale than
those put up for the market.
I expect to test the matter on the
m mm m m , m mm mm
xne Ansa or tot wear sxpiosion. Four I(alian bborere al IIartfora
Gen. Newton, Engineer in charge of were poisoned last week by eating
the excavation and explosion at Hell toad-stools, which they mistook for
Gate, says of the recent explosion : mushrooms. Oil was given to three
"There are no reasons which prove of them, saving their lives, but the
that the explosion was not folly sue- fourth, having taken it into his head
cessful, while there are any number of that he would be charged 6 cents for
them that tend to show that it was. the medicine, resisted the adnunistra
The areacovered by the water thrown tion of the doge and tlied f
up Hwuieu w ue uuuui ui viw sume ex
tent as the excavation made. There
was proof in this that a large number,
at least of the cartridges placed explod
ed; and as all were arranged alike and
had the same connection, the logical
conclusion is that all were fired. To
morrow or next day a survey of the
rock will be begun. Wherever the
When In The Wrong Channel.
The bile wreaks grievous injufy. Head
ache, constipation, pain in the liver and
stomach, Jaundice, nausea ensue. A few
doses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will
reform these evils and prevent further in
jury. It is a pleasant aperient, its action
rock is found to exhibit the same sound- I opon the bowels being unaccompanied by
ing as before the blow up, we shall con- gPin The Jiver is both regulated and
elude that the cartridges at that point stimulated by it, and as it is very impolitic
failed to go off. The doubt expressed XSi&?
about the pulverization of that part of OU8 congestion and hepatic abscess, the
the rock known as the nigger-head, is Bitters should be resorted to at an early
ill founded. My own superficial exam- stage. Failure to do this renders a contest
ination, after the explosion, showed the with the malady more protracted. Fever
i nigger-head to have been completely ! "R, rheumatism, kidney ami bladder
wmnTM After rhp mirvpv has hpn i "-"- j uv.m,,,
renioved. Atter tne survey nas Deen and the iucreasing imftvmiues of ac miti.
made, the work of dredging the broken gated bv it R may bo algo ud' in co
rock will begin. It is estimated that valesccnce with advance, as it hastens
about three years will be occupied in the restoration ot vior
this work. The cost will be about
$500,000. One hundred thousand dol
lars of the government's appropriation
is still left, and there need be no delay
in the removal of the debris. Divers
will not be necessary to this work."
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C. A.. ICQ A. ITS,
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Particular attention paid to frosoninr? and Indoor
decorative palm Ing, in -oil, wax or wu&er-enon.
Will mako bids on C'lioreheH, public bhUalngs and
private resktencea. ' Won iriarauteed. Kolcreriecs.
ii uwiicu. rust uiAiur uuunrsH,
C, A, KRAI
WHEN YOU WANTS
AT LOW FIGFORES -
Call on the undersigned at !NO. 2, Grn&ito
Row. D. A. ATWELt.
Agent for the s'CardwellThresher,,
Salisbury, N. C, June Sth tf.
The words, "Honor thy father and
their mother," means four things
always do what they bid you, always
tell them the truth, always treat them
lovingly, aud take care of them when
they are sick or grown old. I never
yet knew a boy who trampled on the
wishes of his parents who turned out
well. God never blesses a willfully
When Washington was sixteen
years old, he determined to leave
home and be a midshipman in a co
lonial navy. After he had sent off
An English and Classical School for boys
and girts, located at Woodleaf, 11 miles
west of Salisbury. Students prepared for
business or college. Desirable board at
Students desiring to study music will
be under the instruction of an experienced
teacher, Mrs. K. W. Boyd.
Terra opens the 28th of Septenibcr, 1885,
and continues nine months.-' Address
B. WETMOKE, Jr., Principal,
Woodleaf, N. C.
next crop of berries, cherries, plums, j his trunk, he went to bid his mother
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS 11
J. S. McOUBBINS
i a A 9 -VT .4
nas just rcturneu irom me xsormern cii
with the i
Yadkin Mineral Springs Academy,
PALMERSVIULE,(stA..!y Co.) N. C.
O. H. MAKT1N, l'BiNClPAl.,
Graduate of Wake Forest College, and also at
tae University ot Virginia. ,
f cmoN, $5 toi5 per seaslon ot 5 months.
The only school in ihl.ssfvUon that teaches l
the University of Va. methods. Vigorous ex-t
tensive, thorouu. The cheapest school in tne
id. S. wheretnese world-re now eil methods are
'taught. Ood Hoard only ffi per month.
S7 ly Address, C 11. Martin, Prtir:
SEND YOUR WOOL
peaches and anjiles.
J. Robt. Dwiggins.
Why Sorrow is Indlspensible.
Sorrow is not an accident, occur
ring now and then it is the very
woof which is woven into the warp
of life. Gud has created the nerves
to agonize and the heart to bleed;
and before a man dies almost every
nerve has thrilled with pain, and
every auectiou nas ueen wouutieu.
The account of life represents it as
probation is inadequate; so is that
which regards it chiefly as a system of
rewards and punishments. The truest
tm the table and puts 0n less style than many $1,200 j account ot this myslerioas existence
st which he TWnHmont, lork. At the Metropolitan I seems to be that it is intended lor
f o 9r
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEU
PAINS, ACHES, AC.
Combining the wonderful cnratlve virtues of To
bacco, with other approved rubefacients, making
a marvelous compound,for the relief of human suf
BT RELIEF GUARANTEED.
"1TS ACTION IS WONDERFUL. gj
a well thumbed "Blue Book." Its pages
The Lewinon (Me.) Journal tells this story of are familiar and reads like a column of
Hon. Robert Martin, of Auburn: " Once during j "wants" in the city newspaper. He is
one of h'm visits to the legislature, Mr. Martin I tl mnst nrrn!ipinhl mnTi in the world
sai at tne uuii'i, tvuvu uciure iiiui uu
were individual salt cellars, the firs
hail ever seen. When his tea wa3 brought to
him, mistaking the salt for sugar, he took the
salt cellar up aid poured its contents into his
enp ot tea. lue whole table looked at hnu. lie
tirred it up aud tasted of it. If an expression
of distaste was on his placid countenance no one
saw it, for he vas imnerturbable. He drank it
all and asked for a second cup. In the mean
time the waiter girl had filled his salt-cellar a
gain, and it v,; beside his plate when the tea
was brousrbt in. - x
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'Sauire lUhia lifted the saltcellar again ler, TUt on tnese mteresung occasions.
Hotel he occupies an unpretentious third
floor room. The latch string is always
on the outside. On the street he mixes
unreservedly with the great "unwashed"
that loitre in front of the hotel. Like all
great men he has marked peculiarities.
It is his wont to answer an impertinent
or delicate question by gracefully turning
on his heels and whistling a low, soft lul
laby. Ordinarily he is not a good whist
Suffer no longer, Be humbugged with quack
cure-alls no longer. Tobacco is Nature's Great
Kemedjr. It has been used In a crude way from
the days of sir Walter Ralelgn down.ani has work
ed many a marvelous cure, and saved mauy a valu
able life. In the "Tobacco Liniment" Its virtues
are scientifically extracted, combined with other
valuable medical age n is, and cor.tldenlij offered to
tiie public, not as a cure-all, but ax a safe, powerful
and effective External Remedy, applicable wher
r there 1 ;j:dn to be relieved.
In large bottkf at only 25 cents. For
Bale by all Druggists. Ask for it, and in
sist upon having it. Don't bo put off with
worthless substitutes. Try it and you will
lie thankful tor having had it brought to
THEO. F. KLTJTTZ s CO.,
WUolenale Druggists. Proprietors,
50: run Salisbury, N. C.
m SOUTH RIVER
South Rivar, Rowan County, N. 0.
A gwMl school located in a healthy vil
lage, 8 miles from Salisbury. Term coiu
mence September 7th, 1885, aud coulin
ttea nine mouths. All the English
branches (including Algebra) taught thor
oughly. Latin and Greek optional.
Good board iu private families at low
rates. Tuition moderate, aud graded ac
cording to studies pursued. I'm .-t fur
nished school-building iu the county.
For paticulars address,
J. M. HILL, Principal.
and was just taming it into his tea when the
waiter-girl saSd: I beg yojur pardon, sir, but
that is salt. J)o von use salt?!
" Mr. Martin loked up, and with a gleam of
satisfaction in m eye at his own ready tact, he
replied with Ut. -ion intended tor the entire ta-
" 'Always, m;i am y I always use salt.' "
ULr. Adam; Bathes a Mule's Foot.
Mr. Archibald Adams, a teamster, who re
sides on the BrtjfViiville road, had an interesting
and exhilarating -xperience the other morning
Recently Mr. Afans bought a pair ot plain, or
dinary, every -dm mules at the horse market.
Xow, Mr. Adami s a very caretul man, and has
a kind heart for i mals. So when he noticed
in the farmer's edl .ua of a newspaper a day or
so ago that it wis excellent thing to wash
the hoofs of hormsiecasionally in hot water he
came to the condruion that he would try it on
tnese muics. xie mz, a pan oi uoi wutcr vaii
day morning andliHiimself away to a stable.
The mules blinkefl it him with a mild, languid
air, flirted their tal about pleasantly, and wait
ed their master's lid. Mr. Adams et the pail
down at the rear f- of one of the mules. The
mules kept on lookiig pleasant. Then Mr. Adams
lifted np one of thV.ioofs and placed it in the
bucket. . r ' I I
there is a touch in his melody that thrills
every fibre of the newspaper man's inno
Daniel R. Goodloe, a well known North
Carolina writer, has been engaged for
sometime on a work entitled "Reconstruc
tion." The preliminary chapters discuss
the causes of the war, its cost and its
principal military events. In some way
Sunset Cox heard of Mr. Goodloe's work.
He examined the manuscript, purchased
the development of the soul's life, for
which sorrow is indispensable, .hvery
son of a man who would attain the
true end of his being must be bap
tized with fire. It is the law of onr
humanity, as that of Christ, and we
must be perfected through suffering.
And he who has not discerned the
divine aacrednesa of sorrow, and the
profound meaning which is concealed
iu pain, hat yet to learn what life is.
The Cross, manifested as the necessi
ty of the highest life, alone inter
Boston and Baltimore.
A comparison between Boston and
good-by. She wept so bitterly be-
cause ne was going away tuai nc saia
to his negro servant, "Bring back
my trunk, X am not going to make
ray mother suffer so by my leaving
He remaiued at home to please
his mother. This decision led to his
becoming a surveyor, and afterwards
a soldier. His glorious career iu life
turned on this one simple act of try
ing to make his mother happy. Aud
nappy, too, is tne child who never
has occasion to shed bitter tears for
any act of uukindness to his parents.
Lot us not forget that uod has said,
"Honor thy father and thy mother."
"They call this a Spring bed, do
they, when it is a fall bed?" he mut
tered as he crawled out of the wreck,
and swore an m. revised oath that he
would never patronize a Bowery lodg
ing house again.
LARGEST & BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods that he has evcrfolfered to
the public ; consisting of Dry Gools, Gro
ceries, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Sole Leather,
Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothing, Pto-
vision, Wood and Willow warc,&c.
Also a full line of
of the very best brauds, viz:
JBAKEU'S Well Tried FOR
MEltUYMAN'S A. D. Bone "
WALKER'S Ground Bone " ; "
NATURAL Guano just froth Orehilla,
and supposed the only Natural; Guano on
Go and get Testimonials r.nd if yon want
to save money, don't forget to call on him
before buying either Goods or r jertihzers.
Salisbury, Oct. 1, 1883,. 25:tt
SALE OF LAND !
Bv virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan Countv. iu the case of
J. L., Sifford, Guardian of Mary C. Miller,
cx parte, I will soil at public auction at
the Court House door, in Salisbury ou
"Monday the 5th day of October, 1885, a
tract of laud adjoining the lands of 1
Morris, Leah C. Rem hart and others be
ing lt No. 4 in fchc division of the lands
of.Chas. Miller, deci. containing 54J acres.
Ternis-,t)ne-third cash, one-third iu six
and on third in twelvemonths, with bond
aud interest from date of sale at eight her
uu "c aeicireu payments.
Ly SIFFORD, Guardian.
- Yor win is b ivEKiNTTES. A joke is ft mys
tery to some people. In a certain Court in this
State on a-time tht proceedings were delayed
by the failure of a tr.-ness named Sarah Mouy
to arrive. After waving a long time for Sarah
the Court conclued tibvait no longer, and wiih-
ingto crack his lie joke, remarked, " This
court will adjourn. with Sarah-inony.'' Every-
hmlv Luicrhcd excent Une man. who sat in sol
emn meditation for fife minutes, and then burst
into a heartv guffaw, exclaiming, "I see it, I see
it!" When he went Lome he tried to tell the
joke to his wife. 1 re was a witness named
Mary Mony who didnl come," said he, and so
h fVmrt said. ' We'll adiourn without Mary-
...... . . . . .
L:,rstuu-n Me.) Journal,
it. and has used it, with emendations, of , rj.,! ;. fWft itins nP nhout mnal
SS2 rL'Z!! population, allows that Boston spends
conspicuously in what promises to be a on its fire department fc6y0,0CU, Ual
widely read book ought to be known, j timore $190,000 : Boston's health de-
Mr. Goodloe resides in wasningron. ne uartment. inc udincr Quarantine, oost9
well up in seventy and has not fiQ.oOO. Baltimore's ft318.O00: Bos-
ton's lamp department $481,000, Bal
timore's $231,000; Boston's Jaw de
partment $22,000, Baltimore's $9,500;
Boston's police department $642,000,
Baltimore's 614.000: Boston's schools
is now well up in seventy uuu u uuv
seen a sick day in a half century. He is
well preserved and maniiesis a Keen in
terest in North Carolina affairs.
The Helpful Man.
. i mi - I 1 , mm l mLImmi
"inere is a man, smu i uuiu uw, t ,n " Onvn nnn
sneaking of the village carpenter, "who JlW xaiiiniore8 u.v,vvv.
has done more gooa, l rcany oeiieve, w xl.s peiiu nines iu xj siun mc uu muiv
this community than any other person extravagatit scale than in Baltimore,
who ever lived in it. He isn't nh two b B this, fur it is
thousand dollars, and it's but little that " .s .. . 7,
he can put down on subscription paper a tar wealthier city, us taxaoie prop
for any object. But a new family never erty, real and personal, for 188-1 be
moves" into the village that he does not
.. ... . '. 1 . :uiw.,l
mid tnem out to give meui ueiguwiy
welcome and offer any little sen ice he can
render. He is usually on the lookout to
give strangers a seat in his pew at church.
He is always ready .to watch with a sick
neighbor ahd look after his affairs for him,
and I've sometimes thought he and his
AiaA AAA I 1a a. J
inj; sJootJUjUVU, aim its lax rate
$1.70 on the $100, while in Balti
more the taxable propeity is $253,-
000,000, and the tax rate $1.60.
W. T. W hitsitt in Oakdale Student.
We often hear it said that the think-
the Court saia, ' e n adjourn wiuroui wry- . , reallv seel
his wife. "I know iH said he, I didn tj , does me
wife kept house plants in winter just for
the sake ot being anie to senu nine uu
nuets to invalids. He finds time for a
I pleasant word for every child he meets,
f 1 11 - 1 A f K...-. AtlT.KiM'f i Tl f 1
ana you ii niwayss rc urcm vmnxfe ' mftn
ms onenoi-se wagon uru , i.l k inA fWr U Ja th m..
it. i v.i'i h- sonmfi In hiivp a treniUS vuuw w miiv n , . ...
1 iv sm ' o i
all sorts ot common wiio are ever awane, wiio ever nave
good every day just tjiejr mlllds ou the alert tor new tacts
rules the world. Nothing
.... It. .1,... Kino nf harin hriorhtcna into .'tare
ThxchetRP. lives are most in the invisible or . "T, u :"
Spiritual world, have but little room for aught
else, and acquire a spiritual -power unknown to
the average professed foUowert-of Christ.
the face of nature
habits of oian-
I Men nd women, vouth and children, who do
all things faithfully, will always be wanted and
prized in all relations anoia all places. U hile
the careless and unfaiihAil worker is dreaded
and seldom wanted and tver fully trusted.
Bees as weather propW
than the baromeler. WW
nosed to stiutr, look out toi
timet and ocaceable there
the barometer rise or fall.
Self-ceekifcg a deadly f
arc more reliable
irritable aud dis-
storm : but when
be no storm, let
me to the soul.
and new discoveries these are the
I men who change the
j ! i t..t: : i.
w-jtf chinllimnM. in nroni i09. HU IB VU1 HI IVMJ lis Hie
OOUUUsgiCTniot"""" e . r-- . . ,
Which, falliiii: softlv through our prison bars, . kind.
Daze notour eyes, but witn tneir souiignioiess. goch 8 man WHS UhriStopher C'O-
lumbus. Born in obscurity and rear
ed in poverty, nevertheless it is to
him that we. as a nation, must attrib-
If no sins were punished here below, there
would be no providence; if all sins were punished
! i w. iha nr(H nf future ludornient?
wnvre y uuiu is- v" j c-
ute the honor of one of the grandest,
vp. most sublime discoveries, that
.1 m -
ci,A ci,M It vprv irentlv. and she
said it very low ; and she looked so , man lias ever made th discovery of
very cunning, as she donned the cali- , half a sphere! Columbus was a think
cn "I've now become an author er ; for had he not been, America
wliv can't you take a hint? hi put-' would probably have been unknown
tino-on this calico, I'm getting into to the world long after Columbus had
print! pissed away.
"LIBERTY EHL1GHTEHIHG THE
Wc learn from the American Committee
of the Statue of Liberty that the Granite
Pedestal is nearly completed, and work of
ft.tinfr Rartholdi's srrcat statue will soon
commence, and for this purpose a consid
.rumo amount of monev is still required
ti,p ''Nw York World" fund of $100,000
nmnnlptM the nedestal. but it ia estimated
iL.i4AnnniiTt needed to tav for the
ianin and the erection of the stat
ue, and for this they rely upon the sub
scriptions for the miniature Statuettes,
which are being received fmm all sections
of the country, the Unmittee niung ai
Th No 1. or $1 statuette, has ;found a
ia in thousands of homes: the No. 2, or
$3 size is fast gaining popularity, and just
ly too, for it U a wrk of art and wel
worth the monay. !
t nniv a demand for something stil
finer the Committee have just completed
- tst a Btatuctte. finely chased by hand,
and by a patent process heavily plated with
silver which will out tarnish or discolor,
mounted upon a beautiful plush base, and
furnished to subscribers at 10 each
ThoM souvenirs are aow being delivered
to all parts of the United States on receipt
of subscription price, All remittance
should be addresseo to iucuako i h.i-.k.
SecreUry, 33 Mercer Street, New York.
A Radical Cure ron
Decay ,Rnrt nnmeroM
rfllnicUu) skilled j
THI3 NEW FACTORY
Ii :vv iu operation, and facilities for nian
uinctnringj Woolen floods su-h as have nev
er lMiforc been offeml to our people, fare
within the, reach of t he entire Wool grow
We maijufaeturo JEANS, CASSIMERS,
FLANNELS, LTNSEYS, BLANKETS,
YARNS, ROLLS, &c. j
Soliciting a liberal patronage of our peo
ple, wc arc respectfully,
Salisbury Woolen Mills.
"OfncG at old Express Office.
May 28th, 1885. 32tf
is xow at Tin: ;
Corner of Kenr & Lee Streets
with a fall line of DRY GOODS and
GROCERIES. Also keeps a First Class
BOARDING HOUSE. Call and see him.
Off anic Weakness,
In Young; A.
Aiif d Men.
Years by use i n MANVl
One Month, - $3 001
Two ffllontna. - o.nui
Tkree JCoaUM, V .001
in f rrm indaleence. or
jvnrhrain wnrk. Avoid
I the Impotitio ot prrten
pious raaedM for then
troubiei. Ut our rrt
iCtreotar aMTrisl Fuk
lce.and leant Important
HmM before taking. trct-
Iment eUewhere. lake
I SURE Rn arT tnat has
I CURED thouend. ooea
I not interfere jrkOl atten
tion to buf ine, or cause
pais or iaconvenience in
nr way. roanucu on
eientifie medical Drincl-
ptoa. By di rtcU j :' .cation
to the seat of diaeaae ita
apeeifle influanoe ia fell
Wltnoin aoiay . l ne nai
nral fanetionaof the hu
man organism U reatored.
The animating element
of life, which TWe been
wasted are mlvm backhand
fu. and rapidly fairs both
aaengui ana aaiuni vor.
HARRIS REWIEDY CO., M'FCCHtMiSTS
terms of c
or onr .
BY THF BARREL A?
ENNISS' Drug Store.
July 9, 85 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earliest and Best Turnip Seed for
sale at ENNISS'.
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
J. RUODfc.9 BROWN K, I (WM.C, COAIPP, "
Trcst. f Secretary
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement,
TRUSSES Of alj kinds, at
JAKUAKT 1, 1S8I.
Unadjusted Losses .t
Reserve for Ke-lnsurance and another I
Net Surplus, L
BOnEDCLE OF ASSETS :
Cash In National BaiiifTT-.T ",w4 txi
Cash In hands oi Agents 1 1 ,962 29
. 24,000 00
. 8552C3 Ti
reduced prices, at
CHEPER THAN EVfcR.
Rubber Rings for Fruit Jars, at
United States Registered Bonds
Wateand Municipal Bonds
foiton MannlacturliiK Moclra
other Local Stocks
Real Esute (unlrLCumbered city property) Vt.291 17
Loans, secured by hrat mortgages 6013 P
. 179800 60
. 158,400 0
. 3,770 on
Total Assets, - $741,380 32
SCARE'S PRESERVING BOWDES
For sate at E&NISS1.
Salisbury, N. C.
J. ALI EN BROWN, Agt,
March 26, isss. Cm ,
THE BEST AND CIIEI'fST
For Threslrers, Reapers, aDd Mowers at
JT LA MP CHIMN H YS
that will not break bv heat, tor sale at
All colors you
If you want your prescriptions put up
cheaper than anywhere else go fo
ENNISS' Drag Store.
J-Jy 9, '85. tf.
Enniss' Blackberry Cordial,
Disentei v, Dianbcea, Flu. &ci for cale
At ENNISS' Dru Stoio-
DONT FOItOET to call
all kinds at
for Seeds of
TO THE IjADIES :
Call and see the Flower Pots at
A MILLION of vonns gnawing lay and
rriffht is quite enorgh, wc. think, to throw
a child into spawns. Slirin Inliau V r ,
mifurwill de tn.y aa l cxpet theuaf .au4
rest )?' the ch il!.