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rfmfral PASSENGER QFFICE,
Salisbury, K. O., Sept. 6th, 1885.
On and aftarthe 6th inst, the fallowing Schedule will be operated
by this Company:
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11. 29; 11. 30
in 'AA 10 .33
4.41 12.20:12.25 Icard
3.55 !Om Fort...
5.18 'Black Mochtaik;
6.0 Cooper's .. j
6.47 SPARTAKPURG Jv
p. abbeville .
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9.10 9.10 1.09 l-30j -
8.12 8.12 l ll.35jll .35 .
7.42 7.42 j 10. 23110. 40
i 7.07 7.27 a
1 6.19 6.22 1 8.20 8.481
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! 5.4li 5.41 !i 7.07! 7.07 g
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... 4.49' 4.49 . a.m.
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8 12 3 171 So Q
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S trikin p it Rich.
We are liable to have notions until
we get knowledge.
At least one ton of gold is buried
iu the graves of the dead every year.
Servian troops have crossed the
frontier, and a battle with the Turks j believe?"
is iminent. "Yes third house. They are very,
"Have you called on the Browns
yet?" she asked as the new minister
was about to take his leave after mak
ing a call.
"I'm jnst going," he replied. "It's
the third house from the corner, I
Hall . .. .
S YLV A . . . .
Joseph Cook, of fame as a pulpit or
ator, is to take the prohibition platform
The wife and child of Seth Staun
ton perished in a prarie fire in Barnes
Serious renorts come from the
lower Black River section of the dis
astrous effects of recent heavy raius.
Reports from the Waecamaw sec
tirin are to the effect that the rice
prnn Las beeif verv seriously in-
Disastrous floods are prevailing in
Georgia and Florida. Road bed:
are washed out and travel is irape
very nice people, and I know you'll
EPRound Knob is Breakfast station for Train No.
Station for Train Kb. 2.
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 7 and 8, run tiaily.
Trains Nos. 8 and 4, run daily except Sunday.
V. E. McBEE, Supt. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A.
REGISTER YOUR DEEDS.
The General Assembly of XortJi Carolina do enact:
Section 1. That section one thousand two Hundred and forty-five of The
Code be stricken out, and the following inserted in lieu thereof : No convey
ance of land, nor contract to convey, or lease of land, f of more than three years
shall be valid to pass any property, as against creditors or purchasers, for a val
uable consideration from the donor, bargainor, or lessor, but from the registra
tion thereof within the county where the land lieth : Provided Jwwever that
the provisions of this act shall not apply to contracts, leases or deeds already
executed, until the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty
six : Provided further, that no purchase from any such donor, bargainor or
lessor shall avail or pass title as against any unregistered deed executed prior to
the first day of December, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, when
the person or persons holding or claiming under such unregistered deed shall
be in the actual possession and enjoyment of such land, either in person or by
his, her or their tenants, at the time of the execution of such second deed, or
when the person or persons claiming under or taking such second deed, had at
the time of taking or purchasing under such deed actual or constructive notice
of such unregistered deed, or the claim of the person or persons holding or
Sec. 2. That any person or persons holding any unregistered deed or claim
ing title thereunder, executed prior to the first day of January, one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-five, may have the same recorded without proof of the
execution thereof : Provided, that such person or persons shall make an affida
vit before the officer having jurisdiction to take probate of such deed, that the
grantor, bargainor or maker of such deed, and the witnesses thereto are dead or
cannot be found, and that he, she or they cannot make proof of their hand
writing. Said affidavit shall be written upon or attached to, such deed, and the
same, together with such deed, be entitled to registration in the same manner
and with the same effect as if proven in the manner prescribed by law for
Sec. 3. That all deeds, contracts or leases, before registration, except those
mentioned in section two hereof, shall be acknowledged by the grantor, lessor
or the person executing the same, or their signatures proven on oath by one or
more witnesses in the manner, prescribed by law, and all deeds so executed and
registered shall be valid and pass title and estate without livery of seizin, attorn
men t or other ceremony whatever.
Sec. 4. That for the probate of all deeds, including the privy examination
of any feme covert executing the same, executed prior to January first, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, the clerk shall receive fifteen cents for
each name, and the register, for recording the same, fifty cents for the first
three eopy sheets, aud five cents for each additional copy sheet.
8eo. 5. That this act shalLbe ut force from and after the first day of De
cember, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, and the Secretary of State
snail cause the same to be published in at least three newspapers in each iudicia
district in the State for six weeks before said day, and shall furnish to each
clerk and register in tiie State a copy thereof, to be posted in their offices. The
register of deeds of each county shall post or cause to be posted in four public
f iwb Bacn wwnsnip or nis county, for sixty days prior to the time when
the shall go into effect, printed notices explaining the provisions thereof and
Mourymg ail persons interested to comply with the provisions of said act.
In the General Assembly read three times, and ratified this the 27th dav of
A T i nn - 1
xeuruary, jx. u., 109O.
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA,
, rFICE F 8ecbetay of State, Raleigh, Oct. 5, 1885.
I, W. L. SAX'VDER9. Secretary i,tntn. h,. ..c. .u.
true codv of the Act on fil in thirn ' "wwjr 5W5 a
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T. K. MM KR,
Ot Um Watctunan.
J. S AM'L McCUBBINS,
BROTER & McCTTBBINS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
The undersigned are prepared to do a
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS,
and solicit business of that character. All
real property entrusred to us will be adver
tised all over the United States,
FREE OP CHARGE
to the owner. Persons having farm lands
forests, mine, or other real property should
consult us at once. Special attention giv
en mineral lands. Reports, assays and
maps lunnshed when desired.
BRUNER & McCUBBINS.
Salisbury, n. C.
By F. M. HALE, Printer to the State.
Subscribe to your Dome Paper and pay tor It. and
tBen remit Ss to pay lor your
Stat Deaocratie Paper,
She RaunoH Register. Each new subscriber re
mitting $ direct. Is entitled t 11 f Register for one
rear and to Webster s Practical diction
aY which until August .Pfi 1 is offered as ia
premium, Sample copies 0 1 eHpgteter mailed on
implication. Address, '
Mf BALBIOU.N. ,
A lvu K . ,
.".wuw mi rev years ago mere appeared
on 1 my ngnt breast several hard lumps
" jse me aimosc intolerable pain
iney continued to grow, and finally de
veloped into what the doctors called can
cer of the breast. In a short time I found
my strength gone and my constitution a
total wreck. From a robust woman I
was reduced to a helpless invalid. Seve
ral ot the best physicians of Atlanta treat
ed me for cancer, but without improving
my condition in the least, and finally
agreeing that they could do nothing more
for me. The cancer by this time was eat
ing out my very life, and for five months I
was a helpless, bedridden creature. About
one year ago, at the suggestion of a friend,
I commenced the use of Swift's Specfic!
1 he first influence of the medicine was to
increase the discharge, but after a month
or more I began to improve, and this won
derful medicine has brought back mv
health again. I now do all my own house
work I am perfectly free from pain, and
feel like new person altogether. I can
not feel too grateful for this wonderful re-
for Swift's Specific I would have been in
my grave to-day. I most cheerfully rec
ommend it to all those who are auffering
with this fearful disease b
An Mrs. Jajie C1.KMOK8.
Atlanta, Ga., April 16, 1885.
T,reatj.8e n Blood and Skin Biseses
Th Swift Swcmc Co., Drawer 8,
Great efforts are required to pre
veut the lynching ot the murderer
Kerner. who killed Brown at Staun
Great activity prevails in military
circles in Turkey; there is little hope
of a peaceful seltlemeut of the Kou
Germans are to he prohibited by the
Russian government from residing
within a specified zone around Rus
sian fortified places.
The Catholic Cardinal Newman, of
London, has published an address
defending and eulogizing the Lstab
lished Church of Eugland.
It is now conceded that the Sea
Island crop is this year a deplorable
failure, more complete than that of
any year since 1867.
Reason rules us more imperitively
than a master; for in disobeying the one,
one is unhappy, but in disobeying the
other one is a fool.
The average life of a farmer is sixty
six years. At sixty-five he may safe
ly begin to return borrowed tools, pay
old debts and ask forgiveness for cheat
ing m horse trades.
True self-knowledge is never to be
come at by burrowing in the narrow
limit of our own individual thoughts,
feelings and experience. We must, in
order to trulv see ourselves, stand before
the great mirror, humanity, and, in its
all-reflecting focus, behold our own
Letter From Josh Billings.
Some years ago the humorist wrote
and published an eulogy on Artemus
Ward, a greater humorist than him
self. It is not inappropriate now if
applied to himself. It is a good obit
ual for Mr. Shaw himself.
JOSH BILLINGS ON ARTEMUS WARD.
Deth hez done a cruel thing lately.
Deth seldom is impar&hall; this izall
that ken be said in his favor. He
moves his sithe awl round the world,
now in this field, now in that; wheat,
flowers and weeds drop, wilt and
wither, for he sythes early and late,
in city and town, by the harthstun
and away oph where the wanderers
Deth hez done a cruel thing lately.
Deth iz seldom kind. Here a father,
a mother, a wee small thing but a
month on a visit; there Mary, and
Charley go down in white clothes.
Deth mawes; menny fields are all
bare, for deth cuts cluss as well as
Deth luvs to mow; tis his stile. He
is old and slick with his sickle; he
mowed for Able uv old and for Able
Detti in owes strangely, and round
fall the daisy and grass, and alone,
snarling stands the koarse thistle,
left for what? Deth kan't tell, for God
Deth, you have done a cruel thing
lately; you have mowed where the
wittiest one of awl stood, whose
words have gone lading awl over the
world, whose heart waz az good and
az soft az a mother's.
Deth you have mowed where my
friend Artemus stood, and Humor
wears mourning for the child of her
heart. I am sad, and I am sorry.
j Gets a Natural Picture.
If the teller of a French bank has
doubts as to the honesty of an au
known customer, he does not trust to
his memory to recall the features of
the person he suspects, but calls on
science to protect the bank. He gives
a private signal to the cashier, and
that responsible officer, while the teller
is in the act of making payment,
brings the the photographic camera
(convieatly placed beside him, but in
visible to the customers) to bear upon
the unsuspecting party, aud on leav
ing he leaves a proof of his itentity
after him without in any degree be
iug conscious of the fact. As "this
experiment has only been at work
for a short time, it would he prema
ture to pass a hasty judgment upon
: 1. 7
When the minister rang the bell
there was some delay in answering it.
Meanwhile the scree 11 doors permit
ted him to hear from the interior.
Brown, who seemed to be up stairs
called over the banisters:
- VWt I . 1 1
"Sav. xielen. wnere in tnuuuer is
that old vest I spoke of?"
" W ho re you talking to? deman
ded a voice from below.
"royou, ot course! it you were
any sort of a wife you'd put things
where they could be tounn.
"Solomon Brown don t you cast
any slurs on me. If 1 dou t know
more about housekeeping than all the
Brown's on earth I'll commit suicide."
"You do, eh? What did the pau
per Smiths have to keep house ou?"
"Solomon, you are a vile wretch!"
"Much obliged, but it's living
with you that s done it"
At this hi net ure the minister was
ushered in, and Mrs. Brown soon
entered the parlor, extending both
hands, and gaily exclaimed:
A FRIGHTFUL CASE OF A COLORED
I contracted a fearful case of Mood
poison in 1883. I was treated by some
ot the best phvsieuuis in Atlanta. Thiv
used the old remedies of Mereurv am
otash, which brought on rheumstiitn
and impaired mv diirestive onraiis. Everv
joint in me was swoTlen and mil of pain.
When I was given up to die, my physi
cians thought it would be a good time to
test the virtue of SwifVs Specific. W hen
commenced taking S. 8. 8. the phvsi-
cian said I could not live two weeks un
der the ordinary treatment. He com
menced to cive me the medicine strietlv
according to directions, which I continued
for several months. I took nothing else,
and commenced to improve from the
very first. Soon the rheumatism left me,
my appetite became all right, and the
ulcers, which the doctor said were the
most frightful he had ever seen, began to
heal, and by the first of October, 1884, 1
was a weH man again. I am stronger
now than I ever was before, and weigh
more. 8. 8. S. has saved me from an early
grave. ll..i MCULiiiiN luxm .
Lem McClendon has been in the em
plov of the Chess-Carlev Companv for
some vears, and I know the above state
ments to be true. At the time he began
taking Swift's Specific he was in a horri
ble condition. I regard his cure almost
miraculous. W. B. CROSBY, Manager,
Chess-Carley Co., Atlanta Division
Atlanta, Oa., April 18, 1885.
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SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY.
The meanest man in this city cuts
the dry goods advertisements out of
his newspaper before he gives the
paper to hit wife. He says she wants
to go out and buy everything she
sees advertised. There are thousands
like her; but only one such mean
man, eo far as beard from. N. 0.
"Ah! I'm triad! Solomon and I
botA wanted to see you so much!
Sol mi on Solly, dear, hurry up and
cone down our New preacher is
And Solomon came down, painted
a grin on his face, aud greeted the
good man with:
"Well, well, but this is good of
yju! Wifey and I were wishing you'd
call. We want to see if an effort
can't be made to increase the interest
hi the Thursday evening prayer meet
ings!". Y. Sm.
(Successor to the Farmer & Mechanic
and the Chronicle.)
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
NEWSY, . BRIGHT AND CLEAN!
UP WITH THE TIMES !
The "State Chronicle" will be what its
names implies a State paper. It is not
I Don't Care.
Some years ago there was a bright,
talented boy coming late out of
school. He had been kept in by his
teacher for bad couduct. As he step
ped into the street a friend of his, a
noble man aud who always delighted
in helping boys, said to him: " am
very sorrow to see you coming out of
school so late." The boy replied in a
careless, ungentlemanly wav:
"I don't care."
Now, remember that I was inti
mately acquainted with this lad. I
knew his father and mother. They
were excellent people, and denied
themselves many things that they
might give their son the advantages
of a good education. This boy was
talented; no one in school more so.
He could stand at the head of his
classes whenever he tried to, but he
Let us gc further and follow this
boy, the boy who could always say:
"I don't ctre."
This spirit of "I don't care" grew
upon him, and at last his father took
him out of sciiool and put him iuto a
store. But he failed there, for he
didn't care whether he pleased his
employer's customers or not. After
remaining in the store a short time,
he was dismissed. He didu't care,
but his father and mother and sister
cared, for they shed many tears on
account of his failure.
Some years after this I saw him
driving a dirt cart, iu' trousers
and shirt and barefoot; but he
For several years I did not hear
anything from him. One day I as
certained that he had shipped as a
common sailor for a foreign port;
but on shipboard, as everywhere else,
he didu't care, and when the vessel
reached her harbor, the Captain
kicked him off the ship. After wan
dering about a few months on a fbr
eigu shore he died of fever, and lies
buried thousands of miles ftom home.
Upon his tombstone truthfully might
be inscribed these words:
'Here lies a once noble, talented
boy who came to an untimely grave,
because he didu't care I"
Poor Men's Wives Love them Best.
No woman will love a man better
for being renowned or prominent.
Though be be first among men, she
will be prouder, not fonder; as is of
ten the case, she will not even be
proud. But give her love, apprecia
tion, kindness, aud there is no sacri
fice she would not make for his con
tent and comfort. The man who
loves her well is her hero aud kiu;.
No less a hero to her though he is
net to any other; no less a king
though his only kingdom is heart
and home. It is a man's own fault
if he is unhappy with his wife in
nine cases out of ten. It is a very
exceptional woman who will not be
all she can to an attentive husband,
and a very exceptional one who will
not be very disagreeable if she finds
herself willfully neglected. Ex.
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Circulars or Posters,
Letter or Note Heads,
Books or Pamphlets,
Labels, Tags, &c.,
Neatly printed at this
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Business men of Salisbury are invited
to call through the P. 0. before giving
their orders to agents or sending them
"Ciouicle." and will not be
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to Mau too, or as the 'politicians put it,
from Cherokkee to Currituck.
It will be the organ of 110 man, no ring,
no section, no party. It will be demo
cratic in politic, but will not hesitate to
criticize Democratic measures and Dem
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THE STATE CHRONICLE,
Raleigh, N. C.
Land and Mill Property
FOR RALE !
The plantation consists of 230 acres of
which there is about 60 acres of good lxt
tom. The soil 4s red, mulatto, and gray,
suitable for the cultivation of wheat, corn,
oats, rye, cotton and tobacco, with a suffi
cient supply of wood, water, meadow land,
&c. There is on the premises a large two
story dwelling house with six rooms, situ
ated" in a beautiful oak grove, with all
The Mill property consists of a large three
story mill house, with 1 pair of burrs, 1 p'r
of corn rock, new Eureka smut machine,
new bolting cloth, Farrjr pattent water
wheels, new fore bay and penstock. Also a
cotton gin house, 3(3x24, with a 40 saw Hall
gin with sell feeder and condenser, and a
Liddell Boss Press. There is also a 35 horse
power engine and boiler situated between
the mill and cotton gin so that either or all
can be run at the same tsme. The proper
ty is all in good repair and can be be run
at any time either by water or steam. Price
$5,000 $2,000 cash, the balance as may be
The property is situated on Crane Creek
fire miles south of Salisbury. Any person
wishing to purchase such property will do
well to call on or address
P. N. HEILIG, Salisbury, N. C.
Aug. 18, 1885. 3m.
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renewel strength oniro":-t. For sale
by all DriisJlits and Desicrd generally.
I TT17' UNDEKSIGNED has bought the veil
8TOXE QUARKY Of F.. E. PUilllpB, deceased,
and will continue to; supply the public de
mand Tor Mill stones from this celkbratib
CKtT so well known throughout this country
for its superiority tor Mill fctoncs. Granite blocks
for Ornamental purposcsV-Btonuments, tc, tc, can
alto be had at this quarry. Address,
J.T. WYATT, Salisbury, X. C
And a!! Bilicus Complaints
Kale to take, being purely vegetable; noznp '
Ing. trlco cU. All Uruggists. -
Dec. 20,"'84. ly.
HORSE APiD CAT 1 Li: POWDERS
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A prominent physician lately remarked o
the proprietor, that if it were admi.-sa lie to
make public the letters we receive, the "Moth
er's Friend" would outsell anything on the
1 most earnestly entreat every female ex
pecting to be confined to use Mother's Relief.
Coupled with this entreaty I will add that
during a long obstetrical practice (44 years),;!
have never known it to fail to produce a safe
and quick delivery.
U.J. HOLMES, M. P., Atlanta, Ga. j
Send for our Treatise on "Health and Hapr.
pines? ofWoman," mailed free.
Bk.vdfield Regui-ator Co., Atlanta, Ga
"WU ASK ALL"
Interested in Hides, Furs, Wool, Rooti,
Feathers Beeswax, Butter, Cheese, Eg;. at,
)ried Era it, Poultry, Hay and Product
gene? ally to send for our Price Currents
Prompt returns on all Consignments.
Trial Shipments Solicited, j
R. L. WILLIAMS & CO.
Gknrrai, Commission Mekbiiaxts,
Office, 169, William St., New Yorkj
Oct. '84 l:ly
Beset on all Side?.
By malaria, how shall wc escape the dread
infJectioD? is the question which the denizen
cf fever and ague districts ask themselves'.
The answer comes from former sufferers
who for years have escaped the visitations
of the periodic scourge, through the protect!
ing influence of HostetterV Stomach Bitter.
When the necessity for using preventive
measures arises, use this means of preven
tion at once. It regulates the liver, facilij
tates digestion, and liberates impurities
from the system, when such exist, by pr
sting healthful action of the bowels anil
kidneys. Act early. In all regions wherp
miasmatic vapors breed disease, it is abso
lutely necessary to be provided with a sale
guard, and this is true, though a sojourn ip.
such localities is destined to be brief. No
one can afford to breathe malaria for a short
time. The Bitters is a sovereign specific
for rheumatism, debility and nervousnesf.
Keep it on hand.
25 YgJjL se.
Tha Greatest JedicalT rinrah of the Age!
8YNIPTOKI8 OF A
Los of nppetite, Bowel c costive, Pain la
the head, with n dull ses&atiaa la !
Daclc part, l'ain nader the afaoalder
blade, Fullness after eatlec, with adi
fncllnaticn to exertion of body or mind
Irritability of temper, Lev spirits, with
afeeiinsrofhavins neglected soma dnty,
Weariness, DizzineRs, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before tite eyes. Headache
over the right eye, It?9tlesncs with
fitful dreams, Hishiy colcved I'rine, and
TUTT'S Pixels arc .ipeclally adapted
to such oases, ono dots ctTecta sucli a
change of fee: ir.pas to astonish thcfiullcrer.
They Increase ttir. fi p?ette,3al cautc ths
body to Take ou fc"ie.i!i. t,.u iho i-jvtciu
noarunra.SM DyiUfimenie Actica oa
the lUiesviveOrcrr.3.Ieuiar aolsaro
Ghat Hair c-r Vinvstens etnet to a
Grxissr Ulacx br 'A. kl.tn'n . application of
thisDrn. It. in ya. '" a ii: 'urH color, act
lnstantanecir;:--y. -f old i by lfn.?Bat" or
sent by cxr.r.-- . cn : :;oincf n.'
Olco, iritiri.v Lz,, r.cwYork.
Dec. 20, '84. lv.
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cut nolo -..to to
t . ' J r .!ir iu.
msinz far th
Soothcra axstkhr '
20 Per Cent
Wsr y ri mtt
nd f rrfim it
oaths on nnl
P irr.j !. Cpi
SO ccnu mmc.
Ad. SOUTHERN EIVOUAOT
D.F. Avory & Cono, Louiaville, Ky.