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rQL XVH.-THIRD SEBIES.
SALISBURY, K. C, NOVEMBEE 19, 1885.
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For the Watchman.
To a Peach Blossom.
BY E. P. II.
Purest, neatest, loveliest, sweetest,
Blooming vernal maiden 1
Crimson heart of love completes! !
Fresn lips, necxar-iaaen i
spotless innocence's acme !
i Dainty witch of beauty !
1 Lady peach-blossom ! Wont you wake my
Soul to post's duty?
De th of an Aged Editor. The Sew Orleans Exposition.
Entered rest, at the residence of his McConnico. president of the Amer-
son-in-law. Judge D. M. Furches, on the j(.an Exposition in New Orleans, said in a
afternoon of the 9th November, 1885, Mr. public address in that city on the 20th of
Lemuel Bingham, at the advanced age of October :
90 years 4 months and 15 days. Mr. it is m v pleasure to report tonight that
Bingham was born in Pittsfield, Mass.. thirty-five States and Territories, repre-
June 24th, 1796, where he grew up, and s jnted by exhibits greatly enlarged and
learned tne printing Dusiness. i ,oore ornamental tnan tnose oi iasi year,
vvill be with us ana win aosorp me enure
space of the enormous Government Build
ing, leaving not a single blank to mark
the place from which the National exMb-
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it was removed, f rom central ana ooum
Paul H. Hayne on Charleston.
Weighed and Found Wanting.
Sr7 ' Jiun uu ivu I1IVC LUC UCK IU11UMCI,
It would require a volume, at least, ' aunt Lucy?' asked a gentleman of an
to do anything like justice to so fruit- i old negress.
Mp "Ri n trhsi m cnme to Salisbury in 1819.
formed a partnership with Capt. Jacob
Krider (tor many years a resident of
Mount Ternon, in Rowan county) in
a Tirintner ottiee. ana on me ioui
Soft winds kiss thee, meek dews press thee, a printing omce, i.TTi it was removeu. r.n.inteu.uuwuu
H SZinJ vernal maiden- of June 1820, published the first issue of America we have the assured participa
3 1 J32 fondle and care thee. the rE? Cbromion, which was con- tion 0f Gautemala, Honduras, San Salva
s - 1 souvenir oi Jdaen :
Oh, had I but words to tell the
T .r.iet tit ho nf vonr beaut V .
Cj . Lady peach-bloom ! You would fill the
jleea lor poet's auiy :
Bees and children quaff" your sweetness,
Fresh lips, nectar-laden
Revel in the blest completeness
Of your earth-born Aid en 1
Fair as stars that bloom in heaven,
Than the sea-pearls brighter,
Yours the crimson lush of even,
Yours morn's milky mitre ! -
With you, maid of fruitage luscious,
vimr'rrnwnwl babe-locks curly
Fade full oft , with promise specious,
Nipped by death-frosts early !
Oh, the tiny forms that crumble
'Mongst the peach-blooms molder!
Than the frosts thatTond hearts humble
Earth-strewn leailets colds !
Cease, my harp, your plaintive breathing!
Cease, untimely sadness,
While the peach the hills is wreathing
In its bloom of gladness !
Crimson heart in milky cluster !
Tlnintv maiden blossom !
Diamond may never be your lustre
Hy tne hoar-rrost s Desom i
tinni till Moi-1 at i R2i . Avhfn Cant. Kri
der sold out to Phito White, and Bingham
& White conunuea tne paper to me om
of May 1823, when Mr. Bingham sold out
to White, and moved to Fayetteville,
where he and Uoi. J. fliciuie m
Judge McRae) published the old Fayette-
Vine Wwnrr umii wic x- an ui
hp left Favetteville and went to tnar
dor. United States of Columbia. Venezu
ela, Peru, Chili, Brazil, the Argentine
Republic, and San Domingo. From Eu
rope there will be a large representation
from Great Britain, France, Germany,
Belgium, Austria, and Russia, while from
Asia we shall have China and Japan. The
" - - V. ICaI. Pii linn mrit V ita vast.
BJHX 111 LUC iUSIU UUUUIIlf vii mKj
area of 35 acres, is absorbed, and from
ne leit r aveneviiie iuiu wcm w - area OI oo acres, is aosoruvu, uuu uum
lotte, and there published the Catawba this time forward we shall be compelled
Journal, issuing-the first number Oct. 4th to refuse new applicants, except to the
1 UO.l Tliia Via irti tin 11 oil tl TllhliV for A tW 1 mm' Ka lviudiltlp tit aonnm-
XUtfT. AUU -v X
few years, when he again moved to Salis-
bury, transtemng ana puonuuuK i
that place under the name of tne Yadkin
Oh, the dog, the beautiful dog,
More valuable than sheep ahead of
The Legislator for him makes his laws tax
and Catawba Journal. This he continued
till nrobablv 183S-'34. when he retired
from ionrnnlistic life.
While living in Salisbury, and before
moving to Fayetteville, he married Miss
Jane Miller, sister of G. A. Miller, who
represented Davie several times in the
Legislature, and at one time published
the Rowaii Whig and Western Advocate in
From Salisbury Mr. B. moved to
Mocksvilje, where he was living when
Davie county was formed, in r eoruar ,
iSMfi. iv n onnnintwl ( Mcrk and Master in
Equity of the county, which office he held
till it wasi abolished by the constitution of
1868 and: was the only C. M. E. that
county ever had. In the Fall of 1869 Mr.
B. lost his eyesight, and early tnereaner
removed to Statesville, and had resided
with his son-in-law, Judge Furches, till
the close of his eventful life. Towards its
close Mr. B. was a great sufferer, but it
was tempered by the filial affection of his
family and tne consolation tnat reugion
wlitnli ii'niilil Via o noacnnrt to tViP.
Taxing everything else, he s free from all neaven which was ready to open and re
ceive his disembodied spirit.
A devoted member of the Episcopal
church and a true Christian, generous
The best friend of man 'specially if he's
The less grub he has, of dogs he has more,
Omnivorous beast the least bit a glutton,
AH' fish in his net, whether carrion or
Never stopping to ask whether 'tis meum
He smackcth his lips and remarketh y-u-m
ovtont that, if ha oat he noMKible to accom
modate them by crowding those who have
Assurances come to us from every
quarter that the attendance of visitors
will be larger than last year, and especi
ally will this be true as to the Southern
States, where money will be more plenti
ful than for many years past.
Touching the principal object which it
is hoped will be promoted by the exposi
tion. Mr. McConnico said :
The central idea of the American Ex
position is the inauguration of a hemis
nKorirail i.nlicv which shall establish
closer relations between the people of the
three Americas, and, by diverting to our
own markets the vast trade of the Span
ish and Portuguese American countries
that is now lost to us, and developing the
for trrtnter trn de thai, vet lies dormant.
awaiting only the touch of American en
ergy and genius to solve tne great prou
lem that now confronts the ueople of the
United States, namely : Where shall we
find new fields for the distribution and
consumption of our constantly increasing
siimlim nroduetion? This problem is des
tined at no distant day to constitute the
live issue in our governmental policy,
and statesmen of the more progressive
and practical type are already turning
their attention to it.
It is a remarkable fact that with these
great producing countries at our very
doors, the vast sum of $710,000,000 of their
annual commerce, out ot a total oi ioo,
000.000, is transacted with European
ful a theme; for, as Mr. Petigrue ob-
i ti l a ii , t
served in his address oerore tne south
Carolina Historical Society, twenty
seven years ago, "in the circle of vision
tM - . . -a m
from the beltry to 'burnt Michael s,
there has been as much high thought
spoken, as much heroic action taken,
as much patient endurance borne, as in
any equal area of land and sea on this
Rife with this romance, indeed, is
the history of this city. Imagination
travels back across a period of two
hundred and fifteen years, and per
ceives how, from a feeble settlement on
the Ashley in 1670, and despite! wars,
disease and great privations, nas grown
nn in the "environment of Drovinee.
colony and State, a city ana people,
" j.t . i: a i: . i
wnn im r p earnest uiue uuwu
through all the governmental changes
since, in peace aim in war, nc wme
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themselves always on tne nignesti piane
of honor and duty
"I hain't cot much resneck for his
ability, sab. He don' 'mount termuch."
"What's the trouble with his ability,
"He's prayed foah Sundays now fo' j
de health of Deacon Johnsing, sah, an' i
de poo' ole man is gittin1 wuss an
IV hen In The Wrong Channel.
The bile wreaks grievous injury. Head
ache, consti pation, pain in the liver and
stomach, jaundice, nausea ensue. A few
doses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will
reform these evils and prevent farther in
jury. It is a pleasant aperient, its action
upon the bowels being unaccompanied by
griping. The liver is both regulated and
stimulated by it, and as it is very impolitic
j; J I l A" . I . K.2 1.
10 uisregaru uisoruer oi uiui organ, wnivu
through neglect may culminate in danger
ous congestion anu hepatic abscess, the
Bitters should be resorted to at an early
Failure to do this renders a contest
THE 3 RE AT EXTERNAL REMEDY!
Death of Judge McKoy .
It is with unaffected-sorrow and regret
that we have to announce the death of
Judge Almond A. MeKoy, that occurred
yesterday morning at Clinton, at 6
Oniv n few davs aero it was an-
nounced that he had been compelled to
.submit to a surgical operation and had re
turned to his home, being unable to hold
Onslow Court, but it was not apprehend
A thnt. his sickness Was mortal or even
that he was in immediate danger. His
health had been feeble tor some time, and
u was only with extreme difficulty that
he Was able to attend to his onerous du
1 p ; n.one of the Circuit Judges.
fiul.rr; MoKov was about 60 vears of
ae; He was the Bon of the late Dr.
William MeKoy, of Clinton. He began
the practice of law in 1850. He served
several terms in tne juegtsiature, uuu was
a member of the Constitutional Conven
tion that met after the-war. He served a
short while in the war, with the rank of
Colonel. In 1874 he was elected a Circuit
Judge, and he was serving a second term
:it his death. He was a strict commum-
hearted and kind, his life was a model
for the friends he has left behind, and a
pattern for all.
On the afternoon of Tuesday, after a
service at the Episcopal church by the
rector, Rev. Ed. Wootten, his mortal re-
! fnllnnrad r tVl IWKIptprV ill
lunula wcic wi lj n . - ij i.iv; v.x... . j inKc uircc-iuurtus ui u
this place and interred in the presence of tne Tjnited States one-fourth.
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a Uirge UOUCOUnsu Ul Duuunnij,
and heart-stricken family. Statesville
The above notice of Mr. Bingham, with
whom the senior editor of the Watchman
had lone personal acquaintance, is copied
with mournful pleasure. He knew him
to be an amiable Christian gentleman, as
eentle as a woman, and as simple as a
child; and yet a man of clear conception
and vigorous thought, and held in high
with tVio maloilr mnrp nnttrrtfr1 Wvpr
honor and duty. .1 , Lnfi rhe,maii9m. kidnev and bladder
Twice she has been stigmatized as I , r ' .i: i. ,i,;k
f-tbar nt Tronsnn nncp when. 1 - j .i : : : a-u: n
IUC iuvviiii v. v,-' , t - 7 t ailu I IIC 1 IICI ItlM ii iiuuiuiuica ui age uim-
m she dared to hurl dehance rted hv it. It ma. be also used in con
front her unfinished fort, on Sullivan's valescence with advantnge, as it hastens
Tdnn arninf the Kno" ish tteet. and "ie resioranon oi vigur
a oiiinvi. wwwkw j-, r i
ftcmin in 1861. when, under quite as
sincere a conviction of right, she bom
bun pi and took t ort ou niter.
neeefi sanctioned her action in the
old Revolution, and she purged off the
"damnable prime of revolt and trea
Does anvbodv doubt that success
would have had quite as purifying and
eYaltinc? an effect in the new? Mean
while, no accumulation of trials, mis-
fn4.nnefl nr outrages not even the
Mi. V A V O
Hades of Reconstruction could h
nnllv subdue her!
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We know the issue ! an unsmircneu
with nn&xionate crranulation.
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ho rrvae she. towered 1 for WhO COUKl
trmeh her soul with degradation?
The cruel fire that singed her robe died
rmt in rainbow flashes.
Ani Kricrht her silverv sandals shone
.iuu -' . '
oKava thp hisincr ashes! ?
I. her poet and son, here in the snei-
Particular attention paid to frescoing and indoor
decorative painting, In oil, wax or water-colors.
W uimiake bids on cborcbes, putllc buildings and
vate residences. Work guaranteed. References,
desired. Post office address,
- 5 a . KDAIIS
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at KO. 2. Granite
Row. - D. A. ATWELL.
Agent for the C ard wellThresher,"
Salisbury, N. C, Jane 8th tf.
An English and Classical School for boys
md girls, located at Woodleaf, 11 miles
west of Salisbury. Students preparea ior
business or college. Desirable board at
KttKinnta ilcsirin" to studv music will
be under the instruction of an experienced
m V" war T 1
teacher, Jirs. n. nf. rjoyu.
Term onens the 28th of September, 1885,
and continues nine months. Address
G. B. WETM011E, Jr., Principal,
Woodleaf, N. C.
000,000, is transacted with European terjng arras 0f my beloved and adopt
marketv 3,000 to 5,000 miles further Georina. can not but thrill
esteem by all who knew him.
nwv Kncrland. France, ana uermauy
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take three-fourths of the business and
the United States one-fourth. '1 his con
dition of things should be and can be pre
cisely reversed. To deny it is to admit that
American pluck and energy and business
acumen, with an auvantages in us iuvui,
cannot follow where English persistence
has led the way,
Our undertaking must not only com
mand the attention of commercial men,
but of statesmen as well, for the diversion
of the trade of Spanish and Portguese
America to our own markets means a
larger and more active demand for the
r.riMlufts of our factories and farms ; it
. i j i e
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS ! !
J. S. McOUBBINS
has just returned from the Northern cities
LARGEST & BEST SELECTED
f Goods that he has ever offered to
She may sometimes seem, coid toh ffiSSt.
at the thought of the true mother that
QUFIIMA TXA4. GDUT. NEU'
ii tiuv in , t at his death, tie was a strict twiuuui-
RALGIA. SPRAINS. BRUIStSA cant in the Episcopal Church, and was
' i I .vomlnrv and conscientious in everv re-
PAINS, ACHES, &C.
y i i v j j i
excmplaiy and conscientious in every re
lation oi lite.
The writer of this went to school with
Judge MeKoy, so that his knowledge of
him is sufficiently long and exact to ena
ble him to write understanding of him.
Wo hvp known but few men who im-
Eh1TS ACTION IS W0NDERFUL.JE1 pressed us as favorably. He was indeed
i 1 ........ 11. .Tit nilivon Till Vilif'-ariiriteO na-
n t.1 1 ,l, ii'.wlr.vt'ul (llP:ltlVe Virtue's Of TO-
baeco. with other approved, rubeiaelents, making
a marvelous compound for tueireilef of nuuiau sui
r RELIEF GUARANTEED. 2
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cure-alLs no longer. 'Dioaqco is Nature's Great
Kcuetly. It has been us' d in a crude way irom
the d lysof Sir Walter Kalelgn down. anl aas work
ed ui j ay a marvelous cure, and saved many a valu
able life. -Iu tne "loo.iceo iviunueut 110 unwj
are sclentincally extracted, combined with other
valuable medical agents, and confidently offered to
the public, not as a cure-all. but as a sate, poweriui
and effective External Keinedy, applicable wher
ever there Is pain to be relieved.
In largj bottles at only 25 c nt?. For
ale by all Druggists. Ak for it and in
sist upon having it. DoM't bepu off with
worthless substitutes. Try it and you will
be thankful for having had it brought to
your attention. j
THEO. F. KLTJTTZ & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists. Proprietors,
Mh.lui Salisbury-, N: C.
triotic, useful. He was a genuine man.
Of remarkably sweet, equable temper,
and of exceeding gentleness, cordiality
and affability, he was one of those men
liked by all men who might know him.
He was a man of virtue, a man of strictest
probity, a man of simplicity, of most un
assuming, pleasing manners, easy of ap
proach, warm and sincere in his attach
ments, and of rare frankness and kind-
ness. This is not overdrawn, as an wno
knew him intimately will indorse. All
well disposed men were drawn towards
him We. know nothine of his domestic
relations, but no man of his temper and
principles could fail to be affectionate and
eonsiderate and self-sacrifisiniE and dearly
loved. He was, in the best sense of the
word, a nobleman a man of high pnnci
nioa and mire motives such a man as
North Carolina cherishes and delights to
The Blair Bill
Correspondence ot the star.
3fr. Editor :
Permit one of your readers to express
his approval of your attitude towards the
Blair Dill, in tneir poverty our young
men of the incoming generation are tempt
ed by the offer of pecuniary help to im
peril their independence. A centralized
rlosnntism becomes nossible iust so soon
as a generation becomes v willing to part
with its local self-irovcrnment for a con
sideration. When liberty can be bought
its venders arc no longer free.
We need not deceive ourselves with the
notion that the Central Government will
part with its money without demanding
either now or sometimes hereafter the
right of interference and surveillance to
assure itself that the conditions of the
gift was carried out. Unless we main
tain our jealousy of federal interference,
this country will sonn be in the situation
France was a hundred year ago. M.
Tocqueville, as quoted by Knight in his
popular history of England says : "Under
the social condition of France anterior to
means an increased demand for labor ; it
means a w ider circulation of capital ; it
means the cultivation of closer and more
intimate relations with our neighbors of
those countries ; it means a community
of interest and a community of policy be
tween all the people and -J: the govern-
men is ol the western ii ; ...ucit.
It is Business.
One of the best business men, says
the Charleston Democrat, has this com
plaint to make: "A few days ago I
sent out a lot of bills to men indebted
to me for goods purchased last spring.
Two came in, said that they did not
children: vet here is only the coldness
of Hecla which carries beneath its stir
heart of deathless name.
Oh! Queen; oh! rnadre imperiah,
when the sunset has faded, and the
irone. and the nisht descended.
wilt, thou not call the wearied exile
h nine V
He would fain sleep within the sound
vf tbv wji rers. under the shadow of thy
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immemorial oaks, near the sacred dust
of his fathers!
Hymen's Torch Blackmer Davis,
The event of the week in society cir
cles has been the marriage of Mr. William
C. Blackmer, of Salisbury, a hue young
irentleman, and Miss Maggie, daughter ot
Maj. K. Hayne uavis, oi mis vami.
The marriage took place Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock at the residence of
the bride's parents, Mt. Sterling, a mile
and a half from Statesville. The attend
ants were : Mr. Will Lindsey and Miss
Mary Evans ; Mr. E. Hayne Uavis, jr.,
and Miss Annie Luke Blackmer Dr.
John Whitehead and Miss Belle Boyden.
tu onmnnv wno nerformed bv Rev,
.IC ill. oaiu muu j Mv- i j. in , v i v .......j r ,
, 1 - ... . . . 1" l. . . l?.,..Avrn
want to be insulted by being dunned, Edward wootten, eciur o. ""P"1
. . , J , I ..imr'ii nf this nlaee. assisted by Kev.
paid up and said they were aone wun yVHuske of Durham. The bride was
me. Well, all I could say was that I J m .hite with bridal veil,
hud furnished them coods and needed I .,.j verv handsome. There was a
T thomrhr. no man should disnlav of nresents and many of
IUC lll'JLll. l . . . . . t -.t i .
i t j. j i : .,,oti tr. ii.ir im h um. rprv valuable. 1 he mamaee
ne aurontea on ueiuK leuucoutii w wt . j , r
Z Zn La lettheVn ro without was rather private but a large mute of
ivi "1 u . . . 1 ItvJM it-ofO r-j w ! '( 1 (llinilir lilt"
yf c . --, .... r-
evening, and present eu meir oonjs;iu.iuin
ATr an d Mrs. Blaekmer left on
theTl.30 p. m. train for Salisbury.
Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothing, Pro
vision, Wood and Willow ware, kc.
Also a full line of
of the very best brands, viz:
HARRK'S Well Tried FOR
MERKYMAN'o A. D. Bone -WALKER'S
Ground Bone "
NA.TURAL Guano just from
anil Mill sed the only Natural
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Go and get Testimonials and it you warn
to save monev, don't torget to can on uuu
before buying either Goods or Fertilizers.
Salisbury, Oct. l, 1000.
MiD Mineral Sprints Acaieiy,
PALNIERSVILLE.(SUu!y co .) N-C.
C. H MARTIN, Pbincipal,
Graduate ot Wake Forest College, and also at
tae university oi Virginia.
f i riTioN, $9 to $15 per session of S months.
The oniv school in this section that teaches
toe University of Va. methods. Vigorous ex
tensive, thorough. Tne cheapest school in the
U. S. where these world-re uoweu methods are
taugut . Good Board only $6 per month.
i lyj Atiuress, Ki a. n aktin, rnu.
SEND YOUR WOOL
Salislinry Woolen Mills
THIS NEW FACTORY
is now in operation, and facilities for man
ufacturing Woolen Goods such as have nev
er before been offered to onr people, are
within the reacn oi tne enure r ooi grow
f We manufacture JEANS, CASSmERS,
FLANNELS, LINSEYS, BLANKETS,
YARN 8. ROLLS, &c.
S Soliciting a lileral patronage of our peo
ple, we are reectfully,
Saijsbcrt Woolsx Mills.
i"Office at old Express Office.
I May 28th, 1885. 32tf
18 NOW AT THE
Corner of Kerr Lea Streaio,
with a full line of DRY GOODS aud
GROCERIES. Also keeps a Firat Claw
! BOARDING HOUSE. Call and see mm.
any apology, if any vras expected.
This business man dui ngnr. io man
owing a debt snouid, unaer any ci
cumstnnces, feel aggrieved upon Deing
asked to pay up. Conitnercially it is
an every day occurrence, and men in
A Radical Cure FORI
Tested fou oveaSwl
YEARS BY USK IM MAHVl
TT? T 1 THE XT.
One Month. - S3 00
Two Months, - S.IJ0I
Throo Months. 7.00
18SSSSWESS ORGANIZED 1859
a A Hmnttimil
00 from lafft?f
mm brain work. Ayja
u. iMiiiir.n nl nrptrn
Itiom reeuie. for thrw
I trouble!, tin orFm
CirenUr and WtlPtck
ape, and leATTi ImportAtil
fict. before Ukine treat-
CURED thooMrxa, Soca
not interfere with atten
tion to buaineat. or ciu-o
pain or I"!""
anV MT. Ft.UI.oed OB
dentine medieal prinri-
plea. By aireapiiK"
,n Am acat of dueaas ttt
ral function. of the hu
maa ornntm la reatorcd.
Tha animatinr element!
: . v. :k
"L:,Zi .Pin baekTand
I the patlentbecoineacK
ful and rapidly ralnabotX
n, ATM, o SWvCi
RUP Alffor terms of o5f
j,, k rcbittaiwis
IS! Not a Truss.
the revolution of 17y, tnere was no cuy, cumsuiucra, ti ."P mt. wieVei
town, borougn, Village or namiet iu iuc aSKea to pay up. wmmCa.Uuj " Tl 1, uro l-l.0l
kingdom-there was neither hospital, an every day occurrence, and men m It mav not be-wnerally known that
church fabric, religious house, nor coi- business expect it. All others should, we have in the nicKei nve-ceni piece ux u g
lege, which could have an independent childish for any man to take it as our coinage, a key to the tables of lin- If ama Af) Q (111
SJSSSilC in'infuH to be notined of a debt .that ear measures and of wegbts. The dt- 6606 UI1 I
property according to its own choice, is due, and that payment is wantea. ameter oi una cu.u " y;Va
projieriy tttiuiu s , r auanf nn fn anl f.4 wpiaht is five crammes. rive
rne system oi ceniruiinuii i i 1 ne rignt way is w o"" --o - ...
the notice and call on your creditors oi tnem uiuceu iu.
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
J. BHODiiS" BROWNK, ) (WM.
.1 ...1 tb..t tt rrn imn.orinAfl thnt.
vtautrva J.'iuuvc mui ....... rna nntlPP illltl CUll Ull ntuin.u , vm. t i - .
any important affair could by ProPerly and arranee for it some way. Lynch- give the length of the decimeter; and
mieeion tut. wiimmi l ilt- iulci t cuuuu va . , v
- . . . I ; (, ,w
the State. The French government hav- wy nt-r,
i ing thus assumed the place of Providence
it was natural that every one snouiu m-
itia niil in his individual neCeshities.
And Knight adds : "May we not add that
it was equally natural man wnen no neip
South Biror, Rowan County, N. C.
A. good school located in a healthy vil
lage, 8 miles lrohi Salisbury. Term com
mences Senteiuber Wh, I3t5, and contin-
th. All the English
branches (including Algebra) taught thor
nuirhlv. Latin aud Greek untitinal.
Good board in private families at low
rates. Tuition moderate, aud graded ac
cording to studies pursued. Best fur
uished school-building iu the county.
For paticiilars address,
J. M. HILL, Principal.
hrilliancv or crcatnes3 a man of sound
iinderHtandintr that had been fairly culti
vated and strengthened. As a jurist he
will not rank with the great legal lights
of our State. But a more upright, a more
merciful, a better meaning Judge never
sat upon the bench. He attempted to
. - - . . . " . . t , a. i
hold the scales oi lustice wun even uanu
and bandaged eyes. He was extremely
scrupulous, as we know, and if he erred
if une ran t In Klnft of humanit v. and be-
IV r 7
cause of his gentleness and amiability of
T . II A .-V.T A.nTTtt TT-JelrTtir
CIlilrarUT. lit: vji i; iuv tiuiiuc navuvuti
.-,..Tt anrf ho h-.vs iron e to his or rave lion
ored', revered, believed in, leaving a name
as pure and as good as any that has been
u v nf thnae men who have nre-
ceded him to the tomb and who rode the
Judicial Circuits of JNortn uaroiina. it is
a nntirtmhU fiift that Judsre McKov had
1 liuviv--vvi' ' C3 a,
fewer decisions reversea Dy tne supreme
Court than any Judge who has ever been
in our Kate.
Onlv r tow weeks aeo we met him in
this eitv. He Was broken in health, but
as we saw his genial smile and held his
friendly band we little thought that in
.mm m -m . .A
this world we should never meet again.
But the good man, the true friend, the
worthy citizen, the upright Judge, is
gone. Oh, these sunderings of earthly
ties this breaking up of family circles
this separating of Mends this going into
. t tt . tt-n urriY-ltfl rVi i .a tatinor t tit.
AllU OHC-lIliru in IHCItCUluutiis, mill uubu nu u.uavvav "-" ""f.
and interest from date of sale at eight per "moruingless and una wakening sleep," so
cei t. on the deferred payments. far as this life goes. But,
. t TvAnV.rw. .t t. I. ri,. aiiTt. vwh of navrwl rtnrtrl
ai"". - t
' . i t 1 . . .
Ii t was equauy uaiuiai muu mu v i ucwiav "fv" - r t I enougn to own a uvtciiK mtaci, au.j
Z ESd1 bme , u. bU pocket th. , entire metnc
system oi weiguw auu
calamity, the people should blaspheme
- w a i i a. i : j
the rrovidence to wnicn tney cneu w
vain, and in their rage break their false
idols in pieces r
It were Detter ior us to nem mc vwicc
of history and the wisdom of the fathers
of the Constitutionthan to take counsel
of F.nrrland's sentimental theorists. INo
amount of money should bribe us to per-
tA .1 1 - ,,rAV ihn tt 1 1 1 t fW -
a . a a T
ai work m the ataie. - a .
SALE OF LAND!
Bv virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Uowaa County, iu the case of
Sifford, Guard mil ol Mary C. Miller,
parte, I will soil at public auction at
Court House door, in Salisbury on
"the 5th dav of October. 1885. a
land adjoining the lands of
"Morn. Leah C. Bernhart and others be
ing lot No. 4 in the division of the lands
of Jhas. Miller, dee'd, containing 54$ acres.
! Tprms one-third t-ash. one-third in six
and one-third in twelvemonths, with bond
Another Naval Disgrace.
Vntliintr r-niihl Vin morp lnort ifv'inir than
the report of the behavior of the new war
ship Mohican on her first sea voyage.
Here is a Vessel, which to all intents and
purposes is a new ship, on wnicn an
enormous sum of monev has been expend
ed, and vet the best she could do was to
e r . - .... t . t
stonm at nine and a ha t knot., ana tnat
only for a short time, without breaking
down. The report of Commander Day
is fpconi of accumulated disasters which
outrht to paint with shame the cheeks of
all who are in any way responsioic ior
the ship s performance.
The large and spirited meeting Wed
nesday night of all sorts and conditions
a tine lnaicaiion oi tuc uacu FwtrvTv
r rwTii that thp Industrial School
shall be established and that it shall be
located in Raleigh, which, as the capital
and central city of the State, the one most
accessible, most frequently visited by
North Carolinians from all the sections,
is manifestly the most appropriate place
for it. We regard tne scneme ior iw es
tablishment therefore as hnally maturea
and shall be very much surprised if the
school with all its immeasurable possibili
ties for rrood does not iohow speeuuj .
We rejoice in the consummation, seeing
in it, as we do, not only the ripening oi
the general purpose, out me irumuu u
. T 1 1.1 1 . 1- ,.,T
hopes conceived ana moor uimci wia
years ago on our own part wim tuw truu
in view.r Xows-Obserrer.
f van of thpm will weisrh a decagramme.
Aafnp kilnlitr is a cubic meter, the
A&U VIIV aa... w .
key to the measure of length is also the
Irev the measures of capacity. Any
1 1 1 lr. l',...rill.ttft
tnereiore. wuu i iui Liuimc
. w mw A m
BY THF BARRELt at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement,
J asXakt 1, 18SS.
FRESH TURNIP SEED1
Tlie Earliest and Best Turnip Seed fbr
sale at ENMaS .
Of all kinds, at
Four Yean on Short Rations.
eept. 4th, '86
J. L. SIFFORD, Guardian
Might be leas de ir. la that straate land
A snail brought from Egypt to Eng
land as a concholoeical specimen in 1880,
.mil i tit rl &f 1 tl t lA V fnimrued to a bit of
I cardboard, was found to be alive in 1884,
after laying in the .British
Judirine from the large amount of
money now lying unused in the btate
Treasury, we tnina vjoy. ouio who
he said, in his message to
a. 1..4- T.nrrwhitnrp that a tax Oi
a, nn the one hundred dollars
valuation would be sufficient for the
si-oro fidvpmmpTit. The Legislature
OTerdid the matter when it levied 2o
cents on the $100 valuation. we
that there is now at
VI I III Ml X. All mJ 1 ' V,
i.o.Bf fin nr twelve hundred thousand
museum for dollarsurplus in the State Treasury.
- arv a
reduced prices, at
CHEPER THAS EVER.
Rubber Rings fbr Fruit Jars, at ?
a. 1 m.wKtjm w
SCABR'S PEESEMG POf D$S
For sale at ENMSS.
THE BEST AND CHEPEST 1
MACHINE 0 L
PRESCRIPTIONS ! !
a.! n.if im
If von want your prescnpuon- r
cheaper thau anywhere else go to
EBB ISO urag owp-'y9,'a5.-tf.
Enniss' Blackberry Corfial,
Cash Capital -
Reserve tor Ke-tnsurance-ana ail oiuer i
llilDHUlf n, f
8CHEPULE OF ASSET :
Cash In National Bank
Cash la hands of Aireuts .llja
. S l.WO 00
. 455,263 IS
About three years ago there appeared
on my right breast several hard lumps
which gave me almost intoleiable pain.
They continued to grow, and finally de
veloped into what the doctors calle.lcan-
. . t i a. a. : t
cer of the breast, in a snon nuie x iuuuu
... t ,-,.nti, .rnim and mv constitution a
total wreck. From a robust woman 1
was reduced to a helpless invalid. Seve
ral of the best physicians of Atlanta treat
ed me for cancer, but without improving
TTT TT ,l 1 1 1 t 1 ! Ill IU the least, and finally
J . ,3 J. '.,!..
agreeing that tnev couiu ao noiuing moie
for me. 1 lie cancer oy inisume ws t-
in oat my very hie, and ior hve montlis l
was a helpless, bedridden creature. About
lino vear auo. at mc sut-ouu m a iiitu, i j
l dommencBed the use of Swift's Specfic. For Threshers, Reapers, and gowwiat
The first influence oi tub nieuicine m i
in.A the discharge, but after a month
or more I began to improve, and this won
derful medicine has brought back my
health again. I now do all my own house
work, I am perfectly free from pain, and
feel like a new person altogether. I can
not feel too grateful for this wonderful r
coverv, for I am satisfied if it had not been
for Swift's Specific I would have been in
. rvA tn-dav. I most tsheerfullv rec-
111 T . " v J . p
i u .,11 tltnc. ti-Iwt mm en frlr i n rr ;
omm Miu ii iu vutw " o , vor
with this fearful disease. , n:.rrliM. Flnr. te.a for sale
Jiai. Jake Ulemoss. uisente , "v: iia-icmi r.M. stair.
V v u.iw n -
United States Registered Bonds......
gtateand Municipal Bonds
NaUonal Bank Stocks
Cotton Manufacturing stocks ........
. t .TT..1 MtiWlf.1
utut:i t"". - ,
Real Estate (unlncombered cltj property) 0T.tfl it
Loans, secured by first mortgages 60,41$ S4
-I it.ssi as
. 1T9.S00 00
. 1,400 00
. 114.TH 00
Total Assets, - $741,380 38
Salisbury, N. C.
J. ALLEN BROWJI, Agt.
March , IS85. m
A A.m. " - - -
that will not break by 'Jgl. H
DIAMOND DYES All
DOXT FORQETto call for Seed! of
U kinds at ENNIS8
TO THE LADIES:
Call and see the Flower Pottatg
Atlanta. Ga.. April 16, 1885.
a WIT.IJOK of worms gnawing day and
niirht is quite enough, we think, to tlow
I fhild i2to -I asm. Shri irr's Indian Ver-
c .. ill . urov aou cpvi
mil iifc tt 1 1 - .
at ire the ch
I" ' i
i ami uu uvkih' r .