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VOL XVII.--THIRD SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C, DECEMBER 10, 1885.
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North Carolina Conference. "Q Wyche; Aurora, to be supplied; Bath, N
"3 i 5 , .," -nt H Ouyton; Plymouth, William R Ware;
. . condeused from Charlotte Democrat. . 1 - T, , ' .i 1 t
mi i - .1 n Co1unibia.C C Brothers: Mattamuskeet, J
JJJ 1 The 40th annual session of the N. C. D Carperter; Fairfield, E L PelJ; Swan
ra Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Quarter, to be supplied by William Lowe:
. Church, South, assembled in this cit Hat torus mission, J Y Pegram; Portsmouth
4 2 on Wednesday of last week, the 25th and Ocracoke, Valance G Rollins.
2 W November, and adjourned at noon on ' thisty coli.bgk dirt V A Sharpc, P E.
Q & Wednesday, December 2d, after a ses- Raudolph, P H Wood and C O Dnrant,
sion of seven .days, excluding Sunday. J P Keerans. snp; Thomasville and High
2 t Bishop Keener presided. f Hoy le; Davidson D L ..Earn-
3 Q i Thifonr dura wion of last week i liarJt? Ington, J E Gav; Abbott Creek
H I 1 he, fo"r ?-V8 ae011 . weeK ' mwaion, 8 D Peeler; ttandleman, R F Burn
Si M were devoted to routine business, read-; . yrattklinavlne, DA Futrcll; Deep
t- H ing reports, speaking on chnreh jaat- . ftiTer, W F Cutehin T C Moses, sup;
5 W j ters, &C. Uwharne, G B Perry; Jackson Hill, to be
-! On Monday morning of this week supplied: Montgomery, J u woosiey; renin
x tne matter of dividing the Conference
h3 fH was taken up, and occopied the whole
There were two reports from the
F M Shambergen Mount Gilead, M W
Boylcs; Trinity College. Prof J F Heitman.
Transferred J B Bobbitt to Baltimore
Conference; James- D Forkne to Yirginia
j Conference, and appointed te Patrick eir
is ivxi.... n.h.tA c ..i k'..r. .......
Committee that had had the matter un- f cuit; Hngh P Wiloy, toHolaton Conference,
Uer consideration. 1 he Majority i$e- and appointed to Waynesvillc.
port stated that the Committee was un- dukjuam distmct W S Black, P B
aMo to airree unon a line dividing the
X Q Conference into two seperate bodies,
K g and therefore it resolved that no peti
Lr: J?3 j tion be sent to the General Conference
I in favor of division. The Minority ite-
Durham station. W S Creav; Duwiam
circuit, W S Davis; West and East End
mission, Amos Oregson Hillshoro, L E
Thompson; Chapel Hill, R B John; Person,
J R Griffith; Lcasburg, L L Nash; Alanianec
L L Johnson: Haw River, B R Hall: Pitts
S CO jort favored memonalizmg the (ieneral i R t N JStcphenson; Granville, J E
rjj ;-; C'onference in favor of division, sug- J Underwood; University of North Carolina,
IT3 ! gesting several reasons therefor, &c. Prof A W Mangum; Missionary to China,
25 The discussion of these reports com- j Charles Zones Soon
2 C5 menced at 10 ockek Monday morning,
C S H
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o io O
W and closed about 5 oclock in the after-
i nKin. The speeches against division
S3 -v ! ! i t. t vr u uzafll
VJ were niiute uy rvev. rr. n. xi. t usuh
2 d and Rev. L. L. liash Dr. Wilson oc
icupying most of the time on that side.
! In favor of division, Revs. J. E. Mann,1
, M L. S. Burkhead, R. 0. Burton, and W.
33 D M. Robey spoke at length Mr. Robey
W making the main speech on that side of
After the above mentioned speeches
the previous question was called by
ReV. E. A. Yates and sustained, and the
Conference proceeded to vote.
The question was on the adoption of
the Minority Report, in favor of divis
ion, and the vote-stood as follows:
Ayes, clerical, .78; lav, 14; total 92.
Nays, clerical, 87; lay, 29; total, 110.
The question then recurred on the
adoption of the Majority Report, and it
The following are the appointments of
the preachers for. 1886 :
RALEIGH district N H D Wilson, P E
Raleigh, Edenton Street, W C Normau;
GREKJiSBono DI8T J A e;uniungliain, f JU
Greensboro, J Mann; Guilford, T H
Pegram; East Guilford, J A Bowles; Pleas
ant Garden, John TilUjf;.Winstan, J f Bag
well; FQXsyth,M;jHunt; Stokes, J RSemgs
and S 11 Helsaback; Madison, R P Troy;
Ruffln, R G Barrett; Reidsville, D R Bruton;
Yanceville, J D Buie and Major T Best;
Kernersville, J C Thomas.
SALISBURY DISTRICT W H Bobbitt, P E.
Salisbury ytation, T W Smith; Salisbury
circuit, T A Stone- Mocksvitle, G F Round;
Rowan, H M Blair; Faiiupingtn, W C Wil
son: Concord station, Joseph Wheeler; Con-
' cord circuit, W L GrissoinjMount Pleas
ant, G AOglesby: AlbeBiartc, P F W Sta
mey; Stanly, Zelxidce Rush; Biir Lick mis
sion, J A Gaeen; Mt Zion, J W North;
Enochville, C W Smith,
siiKi.nv piBTiiiCT M L Wood, P E.
Shelby station, W S Rone; Shelby circuit
M D Gih s; King's Mounlain, J W Wheeler;
Dallas, J M Lumry; Gaston, J C Hartsell;
Island Mountain, J R Betts; LiucofutOn, J
B Bailey; South Fork. R M iTbylc; Hicko
ry, JEBristowe; Happy Home, J li Carpen
ter; Morganton, G W Callahan; Table Rock
C A Gault; McDowell, G pule; Double
Shoals, J F England; Forest City. J A Kec;
Ruthcrfordtoii, T J Daily; Antio h mission,
Civil Service Examinations.
Boston Post! Dena.
When the new cjvil service law
was passed, it received the support of
a considerable portion of the Repub
lican party, which saw in it a clever
device for maintaining by indirection
a hold upon power which was gradu
ally slipping from it thoaglrpopular
disfavor. The Republicans valued iC
only us they thought that, inasmuch
as they had the offices, the new taw
would help them to slay there. That
theory of interpretation was made
manifest in every construction of the
statute and in every formulation of
rules under it. The Republicans had
20 years of opportunity to improve
the civil servie of the country if
they had been so disposed, but made
no use of it. On the contrary that
service was growing so rapidly worse
that they saw themselves about to bo
driven from their pleasant and prof
itable holdings unless they could af
fect a diversion. In the bill to re
form the civil service they saw the
chance to strengthen themselves under
the phai'isaical guise of political
After the passage of the law the
Republican leaders urged the young
men of the party to be examined and
placed on the list, so ft hat in the event
of Democratic success they could still
hold the o dices. These exhortations
were readily complied with, while
Democrats, who had fallen out of the
habit of putting themselves in theljnc
of political preferment, if they had ev
er had it, took little notice of the
opportunities that were nominally
theirs equally with the members ot
the opposing party. Certainly very
few Democrats were appointed to any
positions under the Artlyur adminis
tration, and its construction of the
civil service law anil rules was so
flexible that onlva small number
could have been appointed, no matter cries of 'good' and applause, and you
if ihov i;.l ivrocpnt (ilnmcinltruu and open a barroom in our btate on Sun-
matter it they did ; prove perfectly
Prof. C. F.-Remy resigned his posi
tion in the Southern Normal last week
to take charge of Yadkin Mineral
Spnngs Academy, at Palmersville,
Stanly county. A committee of the
trustees of the academy came to Lex
ington to secure a principal; and being
referred to Prof. Rem v thev offered
him the situation, which he decided to
accept. He went to Palmersville on
Friday to enter at once upon the dis
charge of his duties as principal. The
academy, We understand, is a large and
flourishing school; and up to this time
has been in charge of Prof. Martin,
who under the belief that he had a di
vine call to preach the Gospel, resigned
his principabhip; hence the vacancy
which has been so happily tilled.
I hi rid sun Dispatch.
Rev. Sam Jone s Plain Talk,
St. Louis, Dec 1 Last night the
Rev. Sam Jones before an immense
congregation, saw fit to refer to Giov.
Marmaduke as -an old swilltub," and
today there is considerable indignation
manifested in certain quarters over the
epithet applied to the first citizen of
this State. Indeed some persons are in
favor of holding an indignation meet
ing for the purpose of handling the
Rev. Sam without gloves. His exact
language last night was: "How can
you reform any State in God Almighty's
world with an old swilltub for Govern
or, and two or three mashtubs for
Supreme Court Judges? Great ap
plause. A man who is privately Cor
rupt can never be politically pure,
great applause, and the first thing
we did when we wanted to 16101711
Georgia was to put God-fearing men
and good men in authority, and by the
grace of God we have the best State m the
United States of America. You run a
freight train through Georgia on Sun-
dav and the conductor and the brake-
men, and the whole crew employed on
the train will sleep in jail that night,
fHE ZIG-ZAG METHODS EMPLOYED BY
C. A.. KEAUSf
Person Street, W L Cunninggim; Brook- J warus.
Columbus mission, T II Ed-
GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY!
F O R
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEU
RALGIA, SPRAINS, BRUISES,
PAINS, ACHES, &C.
'Combuunj,' the wonderful curative virtues or To
haeco. with oilier approved nibefat k-nts; making
murveltrtis compound lor the relief ui liuuiaa sui-
RELIEF (J t A M V TEE 0.
erTS ACTION IS WONDERFUL.8
Suffer bo lonifer. We huuiuuvraed with nuack
cnrc-alls no lguer. "Fobaeeo is Nature's tlreat
KemHly. It has beeu used m a crude way lrom
the daysot Sir Walter Kalettrh down, anl has work
ed many a marvelous en re, and saved many a valu
able Itfb. In the "Tobacco Lmiiornt" it-s irtut-s
. are uclontlilcally exi rai-ttxl, combined witii other
valuable fuedtual agents, aud conildently nfTcred to
the public, uot as a cure-all, but as a safe, powerful
and ejtcUre External Remedy, appllcablo wher
evor r kcro is pal to bo relieved,
In laro bottles at only 25 cents. For
tjA by all Druggists. Ask for it, and in-
ait upu having it. Don't lc put off with
worthless substitutes. Try it and you will
be thankful for Having had it brought to
THEO. P. KLUTTZ & CO.,
Wholesale OrusdatH, 1'ixinrk'lorH,
:thi Sausbckv. N. C.
AYS ARE BAXGEROUS!!
J. S. McCUBBINS
has just returncu trom the Northern cities
LARGEST & BEST SELECTED
Stock ot'Ooods that he has ever offered to
the public : consisting of Drv Gool, (Jro
:crics. Hats, Hoots and Shoes, Sole Leather
('wtiity ami Queens-ware, Clothing, Pro
Vienna, Wood and Willow
Also a full line of
of th6 very best brands, viz :
BAlvEU'S AVell Trie.l FOU W II HAT
MKKltniAN'S A. Ik Bone "
WALKEK'S Ground Jlone u
XATUHAL Guano just fronu Orchilla,
and supposed the only Natural Guano on
Od and get Testimonials and if you want
to snvt money, don't forget to call on hhu
before buying either GokIs or Fertilizers.
SdisburOct. 1, 1885. 23:tf
DEBILITY IX ADULTS
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CiiuiKU i' nuiuis. M. lit" i ii.uIqI irVHl eillKl
to manhood ia not sulheient to lid the
ty&tem of thrs awfal plhgue. Sliriner'a
Indian Veimifuge will expel them and
Teatore health and a bright complex ion.
Ivn and Macedonia mission to be supplied
by JF Butt. Cary, J B Martin; Koles
ville, Philip Greening; Smithfield, Solo
mon Pool; Clayton, A E Wiley; Tar Riv
er, J J Bcnn; Youngsville, B C Allred;
ljtmjsburg, Alphejus MeCullen; Oxford
station, T A Boone; Dxfbrd circuit, N E
Coltraue; Henderson, J D Arnold, Buck
horn, E Thompon and I W Aveut;
Eansboro mission, I) A Wat kins; New
ton Crrove mission, E Pope and one to be
supplied; Raleigh Christian Advocate,
F L Reid.
CH ARliOTTE district T W Guthrie, P E
Charlotte, Try oh street, W M Robey,
Church street, J B Hurlev; Charlotte cir
cuit, W F Coffin; Matthew's, H M Hoyle,
S M Davis, sup; Clear Creek, FBMeCall;
PineVille. J Ed Thompson; Pleasant
Grove, Oliver Ryder; Monroe station, F
D Swindell; Monroe circuit, T S Elling
ton; Wadesboro station, W C Gannon
Wadesboro circuit, R S Webb; Anson-
ville, M H Moore; Lilesville, G W Hartl-
Wilmington dist P J Carrawav. P E
Wilmington. Front street, E A Yates;
Fifth street, D H Tuttle; Topsail, Isaac A
White; Duplin, A G. Gantt; Magnolia,
W A Forbes; Clinton, J I Kentlall and
R-4j Warhek; Cokesbury, J L Keen; Hla-
len, C P Jerome; Elizabeth, Daniel May;
Witeville, J M Dowuum; Carver's Creek,
S It lielk, Waeeamaw, C W trodyin;
Smithfield, M M McFarland; Brunswick,
Thomas C Lovin; Onslow, to be supplied
bv Va Paris; Rocky Point High School,
FAYETTEVILLE DIST S D Adams, PE
Fayetteville, J T Gibbs; Campbellton
w -w . s i a a i - . .
mission, j j unin:; cumneriami, w
Hales; Lumberton, j T Finlayson; Kobe-
son , Jonathan San ford; Ash pole mission.
Johu A Hornaday; Laurinburg, J T Lyon ;
St. John's, L E Stacy; Rockingham sta
tion, J H Pago; Rockingham circuit, F L
1 own send; Manly mission, M A Smith;
Cartilage, W B Doub; Jonesboro, W Oaoar
Hightower; Cape Fear, W SJChaffin; L-d-lington,
J H Hall.
STATES VI LLK DISTRICT R A W tills, P E
Statesville station, James H Cordon,
ami James illsou, sup; Matesvuie cir
cuit, W M Bagby; Mooresville, A P Tyler;
Iredell, George w Ivv; Rock hpnng, M
Sherrill; -Newton, C M Gentry; Catawba,
A M Lowe; Alexander. J 1 Abernethv;
Caldw ell, Robert M Tavlor, Lenoir, J C
Row e; Wilkes, G W Fisher, and E S Eu
daily, sup; Roaring River mission, J F
Craven; Elkin and Jonesvilte, J M Ash-
by: Mt Airy station, W H Townsend; Mt
Airy circuit, C P Snow; Dobaou. B A
York; Yadkrnville, J W Puett; Oak In
stitute, J I-Triplett, Principal.
NEWiiERN district J T Harris, P E
Newbern, L- W Crawford; Goldsboro
station, L S Burkhead; Goldsboro circuit,
J F Washburn; Wayne, R C Beaman; Mt
Olive. P L tirooine; Kinston, N M Jur
nev; Snow Hill, P L Herman; LaGrange
W W Rose; Lenoir mission, N A Hooker;
Craven. W J Crowson; Jones, A D Betts
MoreJiead, C W Byrd; Beaufort, J W
Jones, Carteret, to be stipplie 1 by W H
Puckett; Neuse mission, to be supplied by
S F Recton; Pamlico, James Mahone
Straits mission, to be supplied by r. Ii
Hoover; Cove Sound mission, 1 J Brown
wAitltEXTox district J S Nelson, P. E
Warrcnton, R O Burton; Warren, L J
lloldcn; ; Ridgewav, Jnp N Cle; Roanoke
T P Bonner, Weldon and Halilax station
W B North; Halilax circnit, T B Recks;
Scotland Neck mission, J G Nelson; Wil
son station, J R Brooks; Wilson mission
B B Holder; Nashville, Z T Harrison
IS often I Edgecombe, A It Raven; Central Institute
for Young Ladies, J M Khodcs, Principal.
wsmxr.Tox -district W H Moorc,-P. F.
I Washington. T P Ricaud, W II Call, sup;
South Edgccomlie. II B Culbreth; Tailxro
and Bethel, T J Gattis; Williamstonv J O
Gathrie; Greenville, F A Bishop; Pitt mis
iion, R B Gilliam; Swift Ciw- mission, L
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man is not allowed to vote or
iuries. and that the govern nient
The Canada Cmis.
If the execution at Louis Kiel shall
precipitate a change in the administra
tion of public affairs in the Canadian
Dominion, the people of the colony
may find a political evil producing a
public good. vvncti tne enange is
-brought about it can scarcely be too
radical. The natural outgrowth of the
peculiar political system of the country
lias been a one-man power. An iron
heel litis been pressed hard down upon
the necks of all opponents in the en
deavor to stille the voice or any man
who did not promise: an absolute abne
gation of the right to use his own judg
Sir John A. MncDonahl represent:'
in Canada as bad tendencies as James
G. Blaine represents in the United
-ii i i 1 i l i nil
States, and had not tne people ot tins
country risen ahove the alluring, but-
debasing influences bv which Hlaiue
sought to reach the chief magistracy,
The next Conference will be held in
Reidsville, N. C.
An Incendiary Address.
Five colored preachers of Charleston.
S. C, unite in publishing "An Address
to the Races, which we find in the
Charleston News ami Conrkr of the
25th ult. It is a paper not at all cred
itable to the good sense of those from
whom it emanated. It claims that the
right of the colored race are not re
spected in the South, that the black
exclusively in the hands of the whites,
the blacks are systematically excluded
from all participation in it. In view jsi
all this the address proceeds as follows:
'We must warn the white people in
time. They may goon depriving its of
our5 riirhts. until forbearance ceases to
be a virtue. It may not be long before
he revolutions of St. Domingo in the
imes of Tommhit L'Ocertuve trill be
epeuted in the 8outfy."
Toussaint L v ivertuve was the leader
of the blacks in St. Domingo, when
hev arose and exterminated the few
whites on the island many
The closing paragraph of
contains these words :
till ... . X. AlitMAMn .11-,.
nr i n i i ii I thp clumcox for success anioncrst othce-
ances. vveieet tnem soreiv ana can - , , , .7 7 0.t ::
.a. j i . i
that ire can sitomtt to men
day and you Will sleep in jail that
night, I applause.! We have a tiod
and Sunday in Georgia, and the' are
as precious to us as our wives and chil
Divers at Work.
Mr. Hodges and Mr. Miller, exper
ienced divers, of Norfolk, V., reached
VV arm feprings W ediiesday, to assist m
the work of reclaiming the body of the
unfortunate Whitley, and to raise the
the engine from the bed of the river.
They spent most of yesterday in the
water, but failed to hnd any trace of
the unfortunate young man. Th en
gine, they report, is at the bottom of
the channel, and is almost literally
covered with stone, some of them very
heavy. The current at this point is
verv strong, and they work with dim-
cultv and some danger, though they do
not seem to mind it at all. Mr. liodges
. 1 1 1 L L X 1-
savs it is tne rougnesi. water io wore
in he ever experienced. They will be
dow n under the water all dav to day,
fastening ropes and chains to the en
gine, with which it is hoped it can lie
raised, and the bodv found. A great
n . I ail i . I
we might now sympathize more deeply niany people visit tne place, aim iook
.;b fb bnnoef iffina-.Ti nnnnnfv I with wonder upon the divers and their
The platform of the! Conservative party peculiar paraphernalia, and with more
is Macdohaldisni, and Macdonaldism wonder at their remaining in the water
i i i i i-ii r, ... a t titna mini icr will
means railroad irajnus, contract jo'.s. " , m.
gciTvmander acts.landgrahbing.briliery go down to day to see the work, lhe
and corruption in the high and low atunonues aan: u mt. uuul.
places of the government. Appoint raising the engine, with the best facili-
mcntsarenot made on the pnncinle uiu wui t
fh4.f :nl,Hn nffipr. is n. nnhlir- trust, mid they are oetermineo. to accompiisu a.
pnev- r-; v-j: rr. "Z AsherHle Citizen.
It is a notable fact that the people of
Atlanta and el sew ere are begiaaia to be
thoroughly convinced that worthless coin-
l.uims owouie -snaky at all new inaova-1
tions, while an honest preparation never
fears opposition. We do not propose to
"wipe out" others, as the field for operation
Is large, and we accord to oat and all the
same privileges we enjoy. We are uot so
far lost to business principles as to denounce
any other remedy ;as a fraud, or imitation,
or as containing a vegetable poison, the
effects of which are horrible to eomt cm
pis te. Tin alarm need not be souuded,
for there is ample room for ail declining
ami potash, pine top slop water compounds.
If one hot tie ot B. B. B. is more valua
ble in effects than half a dozen of any
other preparation, we won't get mad about
it. If ten bottles of B. B. B. cures a case of
blood poison which others could not cure
at all, it only proves that B. B. B. is far
the best medicine.
of B. IJ. B. have been sold to parties living
inside the corporation of Atlanta since it
was started two years ago !
Why this wonderful sale of a new reme
dy in so short a time with so little adver
tising? It must be confessed that it is because
B. B. B. has proven itself to possess merit
in the cure of blood, skin and kidney dis
eases. Hundreds of home certificates attest
the fact of our claim that in Atlanta and
it it v h t x JUS
j many otner points ii. a. u. is "on top,
I nnd will stay there. Many persons desire
I tn l-nnu' Lmi- tin. 11 11 11- aflu nit tin- 9VC.
tern. By entering the circulation, it modifies
the vitiated blood elobules, increases the
red corpuscles, antagonizes all joisou, vi
talizes and regenerates the flagging forces,
furnishes the pabulum for rich, new blood,
eliminates all'poisou through the secre
tions, and increases theapgetite, while, by
its wonderful action upou the pores of the
skin, the kidneys, liver and glandular
system, all -effete and impure matter is
pcedily conducted from the body, leaving
the blood pure, fresh aud healthy.
By its magical alterative, power, B.B.B.
unloads the blood of all impurities, un
locks the liver, arouses all secretions, re
stores nature to its normal condition, tin
clouds the troubled brain, clears and beau
tifies the complexion,eheeis thedesKndent,
strengthens the feeble, calms the disturlicd
nerves, and induces quiet nmf penccrtrt
slumbers. It has been in Use over twenty-
five years as a private prescription in the
It is no far-fetcTied, foreign-found or
dream-discovered subterranean woude
but is a wicntifie and happy combination
of recognized vegetable blood poison agents
effected after many years of constant UM:
and experiment in the treatment of thod
snnds of some of the most appalling eases ol
scrofulous, syphilitic and cutaneous Mood
poisons ever known in the State, resulting
in complete and unparalleled cures of pro
nounced incurable cases. .
Send to Blood Balm Co. Atlanta, Ga.,
for a copy of their Book of Wonders, ,
tilled with information about Blood arid
Skin Diseases, Kidney Complaints, fcc.
Sold by all Druggist. "rim.
Particular attention paid to frracotaa snd Indoor
corttye painting, in oil, wax or water-colors.
WUl make nids on Crunchen, palate butkllntrs and
li desi red
WHEN TOU WART
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. J. Granite
Bow. D. A. ATWELL.
Agent far the "
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
, Yadkin Mineral Spits Academy,
PALMERSVILLE.(taa.y On.) M.C.
C. li. MARTIN, I'kiscii-ai..
I Graduate of Wake Koot College, and also at
W" rrrnos, $3 tofts per session ot 5 months.
The only school Jn i his section that teaches
the University or a. methods. ttrorous ex
tensive, thorough. The cheapest school la the
U. S. where tiese world-renowed methods art
taoght. Uood Board ouly $6 per month.
it lyj AuaivtM, v ii. m aktis, mn
SEND YOUR WOOL
Salisbury Woolen Mills
THIS 3EW FACTORY
is no iu operntion, and facilities for
afneturing Woolen Goods such as have nev
er before been offerel to our people, are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow
We manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS,
I FLANNELS, LINSEYS, I1LANKKTS,
YARNS. ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a liUerul patronage of out peo
ple, we are respectfully,
Samsbukt Woolen M ills.
--Officc at old Express Otfice.
May 24th, 1885. 32tf
IHN'OW AT THE
It must not te expected fakers depend entirely upon the otter
tL;.. ..L, devotion of the applicant to the wishes
n trit ir "mmi rv-i i n c Tl 4 "aC j 11
i j-u;. ;.w.w.,. " i oi rr jonn a. iuacuonaio.
illlU Mil. lew men nn i' .. h.-l .
North Carolina and Northern Apple?.
What is the difference between
I mi m;a l. L 1 . i. iL. I il : 1 i,lu,iti.i vf-
These passages contain a plain threat A tJCTrZ
i ,i l- l r i Uil.. x -iiiiaiuaii noonie. aiacaonaui nas low-1 nacKaire. iue huihhu in
or ine airest cnaracujr Huiiut me peat - , i , , i , v.l, nrAM
n the 1 rt moraiJty oj. ins cuaau aiua bu i gouu w uic vn '-'" f ...vy. ,
tnr t int. a heartv noiitieaL ire floes nul vet tne ioruier is wen uituuicu nuu
and erood order of the country anf
. . i' - . .
jves of its citizens, lhe whole address,
although couched in good language, is
an astonishing piece ot fahutv and self-
contradiction, and almost makes us de
spair of ever educating the negro up to
the point oi oemg qusiimea ror tne au
ties of citizenship in a free country. If
intelligent negroes like these Charles
ton preachers can give way to the feel
ing of hatred against the whites to the
extent of threatening revolution, blood-
A Vicious Book Suppressed.
Here is something more aliout the
savage attack on Senator Vance bv
Col. John A. Sloan. A Special Wash
ington dispatch to the
"As described by
ma 1 ,i i
hnnselT. it is a
racked that it drives our fruit out of
the market or fixes upon it so low a
that it barelv nays for freight
and commission. A dealer in this city
. Mil i
savs he could not attoru to nanuie
North Carolina apples, though anxious
to do so, because the picking, handling
and crating were so carelessly done
that the fruit was always in poor or
der and could not be sold at satisfactory
nrie.es. Cannot this evil be remedied?
aii - i i -i
shed and the massacre or ttie wnite terribly vicious and scandalous attack fcow that the people are made aware of
race, for grievances small in compan- nator Vance, of North (Wdi- L pxi8tence. fa ther not induced
son witn tne vast uenenrs uenvea irom
association with the white race, what
BY TJIF BARREL AT
ENNISS Drug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
Corner of Kerr & Lee Streets,
with a full line ol DRY GOODS nnd
G IU H KIM K8. Al keeiMi a Kirat Clai
K41AK1MNO HOUSE. Call and we hinu
IF YOU WANT TO
FILL TOUR GAME BAG,
Ml the Latest
5 e v - ;
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earlist and Bent Turnip SmI 6h
skIo at li.NMiSfs,.
FOR DESCRIPTIVE ClfrC
A DDK ana
reduced prices, at
OF nil kind, at
Lamberson, Furman tCo.t
SOLE AGENTS FOU
CHEPEll THAN EVER.
Huhber Kings for Fruit Juir, at
are we to expect from the less intelli
gent masses? We hope that the col
ored people of South Carolina do not
generally sympathize with the diabol
ical suggestions of this incendiary doc
ument, and thait they will take action
and show that these five Charleston
preachers do not reflect their opinions
1 i' union i i
nil 1 i j. 1 I T i
na. tnose wno prouss iu Kiiowii ummi(, r or their encouragement
contents say that it is tilled with scan- we wouhi point out the fact that in
dais which are calculated to tear North iou. nnp the leadim; fruit dealers
Carolina social circles as if a cyclone ft vMW York eitv. who is ever alert to
had struck them.. (Inly one copy has tne interests of his customers, publish
;is yet seen the light. That was sent 1 ;n nii XvMter on the nickiinr and
SCARE'S PBKSIRVTHG POWBIS
For sale at ENXISSl
to ftreensboro, N. and a private cir- p.ing 0f fruit, read before the N. C.
eolation until it fell into the hands jte frurt growers' association by Mr.
of relatives of Col, Sloan, who were Linebaek, of Salem. The sK!iety of
astonished and shocked by its contents, ajj. growgr. bv the way, is doing ex-
Without hesitation they destroy etl the PPiunt vork for North Carolina in
implored Col. bloan to sup- disseminating information of the sort
eon v. ana
Saa Death. press the book. In tne meantime, Col
Mrs. S. J. Peinberton, who was so Sloan was soliciting means to pay the
terribly and sadlv burned bv the lamn nrinter. who held the edition until it
explosion, on the night of liith. ult., is was paid for. Dr. Boykin. an influen
still idive at this writing, but there is tial uterehant of Jialtiinore. and a warm
not the slightest hope, we are pained friend of the attacked Senator, it is
to announce, of her recovery. She is said, warned the? printer not to let a
gradually sinking, and we fear before copy go out of his hands, and it is un-1 state board of agriculture sin anpropro-
this has reached our readers, Mi-s. derstood that the money due on it has
Tui-i-ifion ffir t.h nurnos1 ot aidiui; the
Pemberton will have passed beyond been paid." wnru ..lrwidv nudeiiiiken. We hope
we have suinrested. Tt Ins
successful exhibitions of native fruits,
which have done much to forward the
fruit growing interest. This society
under its present title of the N. C.
Horticultural Society is now in session
here, and will ask at the haiuls of the
tlie "bounds of time." It is a sad case,
and the public heart is deeply touched
at the sufferings of this excellent
christian lady. Stanly Obsercer.
P. S. -Mrs. Jyembjertou is dead.
It is hard for an emplly bag to si and
the board m its vudom may hnd it
A word in or the London Txiurrt ih nossible to render this aid, lieing s;dis-
recent visit to America of Dr. Keith, fied that such action would meet with
who eame to wrfbrm a surtrieal onora- the annn val of the people and would
tion. is the first instance sinee thesirn- redound 1o tne fruit growing interest
ing of the Declaration of Indeiiendence of the Sts.te, the importance of which
THE BEST AND CIIEPEST
For Threshers, Ren per, and Mowets at
If run want your prcsci iit in put tip
cheaper than anywhere clue o to
ENNISS Drug Store J
'y 9, '". tl.
Sporting Arms anil Kmm
I & 283 Broc
D. H. LAMBERSON at
n Sutc Street, CI
ARMORY, - - r IUOW,-W. Y.
MADE THE KST IAHCI, IT tfaJA WlaUA
KKuu tiai m urn ak alwah mumi'
One Place of Solid 8ft.
NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN TNI MAN,
SEND FOR CIRCOkAKa.
REMINGTON aGRICULTURIL C0M
11, 1 ON. N. r.
Hew Vork oaice. 118 t'aaaatera
Enniss' Blackberry Cordial,
Disetttcrr, Dianluea, Flux, &e., for Hak:
At KNXTisa&llnitf Stole. '
will aot break by heat, tor al at
DIAMOND DYES AH r.lr jm
wish at ENNISS
DONT tyOIUilST to call Hr Seed ot
U kinds atr"? LNJfilSR.
Indetiendence of the Sts.te, the importance of v
of an Ainericait havins summoned can hardly he overestimated. je
medical aid from the old country.
Havinfr qualified as Administrator of
Paul HoUUouser, dee d. I hereby gie nj
tice to all persons having cluiins against
the estate of said decedent! to present them ni ,nt js tc
to me on or before the 1 2i it day of Noveni- .
ber,18Wi. CiiRisKXiu av Hoisnocsvn, ; cima into
dccl7 A dm Vol Pnhl Ilobih. usef
CraigeJc Clement, AU's.
TO I II F L A III I1
Call and m
sec the Flower Poti
A MILI40N of worms gnawing day n4
enough, wc t Uiidc, to t hr. m
. . a r fl mr
spasms, surinere taaian ver
mifuge will destroy and eipel them and
jestore the ci ild.
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