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The TJarolma Watchman.
VOL XVII. THIED SEETES
SALISBURY, N. C, DECEMBER 17, 1885.
S A T TCllTTP v Iff P TTTfBiTyrUWT looe I .1 W
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY I
RHEUMATISM, G0UT,1 NEU
RALQIA, SPRAINS, BRUISES,
PAINS, ACHES, AC.
Combining the wonderlul curaUve virtues of To
bacco, with other approved rubefacients, making
. a marvelous compound tor the relief of human sur-
ISgTt RELIEF GUARANTEED. Fj
ACTIOS IS W02iDERFUL.E3
Saffer no longer. Be humbugged with quack
cure-alls uo longer. Tobacco u Nature's Oreat
Kumedy. It has been used In a crude way from
the days of Sir Walter Rnletti down, anl has work
ed many a marvelous cure, aud saved many a valu
able lite. In the "Tobacco Liniment" its virtues
are BclenUUcally extracted, combined with other
valuable medical agents, and confidently offered to
.tne public, not as a cure-all, but as a sate, powerful
effective External Remedy, applicable wher
ever there M pain to be relieved.
Ia Urge bottles at only 25 cents. For
saie by all Druggists Ask for it, and in-
sist u pon baring it. Don't be put off with
worthless substitutes. Try it and you Will
be tlumk t'nl for having had it brought to
THEO. F. KLUTTZ A CO..
Wholesale Druggists, Proprietors,
f p0:3m) Salisbury, V C.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS ! !
J. S. McCUBBINS
has just returned from the Northern cities
LARGEST & BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods that he has ever offered to
the public; consisting of Dry Goods, Gro
cenes, ttats, Hoots and shoes, sole Licatlicr,
Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothing, Pro
vision, Wood and Willow ware. fcc.
Also a full line of
of the very best brands, viz:
BAKERS Well Tried FOR WHEAT.
MERRYMAN'S A. D. Bone " '
WALKER'S Ground Bone " "
NATURAL Guano just from Orchilla,
and supposed tbe only Natural Guano on
Go and get Testimonials and if vou want
to save money, don't forget to call on him
i before buying either Goods or Fertilizers.
Salisbury, Oct. 1, 1885. 23:tf
DEBILITY IN ADULTS IS often
.used by worms. The change froiachild
manhood is not sufficient to rid the
tern Of tbie awful plague.' Shriner'a
Indian Vermifuge will exnel them and
ieatore health aud a bright complexion.
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For the Watchman.
Woodleaf is booming! Cotton cora
ius in, eight to ten loads a day. Rice
q I liro s & J3aiiy, pay marKei pnce ior
Wthe staple and sell goods at satisfactory
prlCCf. 1UCU UUS1UCDB U "& 1 1M.J
day. They have bought four to five
thousand dollars worth of cotton this
We were glad to see , Lee S. Over
man out at Woodleaf on last Satur
day. He was counsel in a horse "trading"
trial, which was continued until next
Friday. The parties interested are T.
Harrison and John Johnson. It will
be a rich affair when it does come off
and your correspondent expects to be
Sorry Mr. "Clod Knocker" yet pmes
for the clover blossoms and green
sward of his former residence, while
here he has only; Woodlmves, broom
sedge and po-simons to fill in his aes
thetic landscape with. He will find us
true blue ana a generous, neighborly
people, but he must cease his griev
ing. Kegret to announce the serious ill
ness of Mr. Wiley Lyerly. He has
mumonia, and Drs. Crump and Kluttz
wno are the attending physicians say
he is some better at this writing.
Our Reading Club still meets regu
larly at the Unity school house. The
attendance is generally very good.
H. B. Baily is a new hand at raising
tobacco. He sold his crop m bausbury
a few days ago and was satisfied with
the prices paid.
The causeway at Gheen's bridge has
been remodeled, and repaired. Some
sav it is a good job and others say not.
Future rains will be umpire in this
Woodleaf will be well supplied with
mountain produce for the holidavs.
Several wagons are en route for this
Foe tbe Watchman.
The No Commissioners Election.
Mr Editor-. There is much talk and
dissatisfaction about the action of the
county commissioners, in filling the
vacancy in their Board themselves,
contrary to law, as all hold. First, was
there a vacancy? If so, whose duty
was it to fill that vacancy ? Second, if
there was no vacancy why did "the
county commissioners call out the mag
istrates of the county to fall one .' 1 he
first is clearly answered by the second,
and the second is as clearly answered
hv the first, viz: there was avacancv
caused bythe resignation of Hon. T. J.
bumner as chairman, which they had
accepted, according to their published
statements, and they clearly understood
at the time that they hud
no ngnt to
fill that vacancy, as is shown by their
calling the Magistrates together to fall
that vacancy. Being according to law
the only parties that have any right by
law to make a commissioners under
any pretence whatever. But they seem
to have change their minds by last
Monday and filled the vacancy, them
selves without the aid of the Magis
trates. Is the act usurpation of au
thority, or is not? If it is, then Mr.
Sumner is not legally a commissioner,
and will be liable in law for acting,
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ori v-r Ariin rr fr nar nucin r;c noruar
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uch a dissagreable time? lets hear.
W e like the man splendid, but not this
action. A J. P.
The Gambler Must Go.
By Our Regular Contributor.
Now weJjelieve the time lias come
when the people are aroused against the
professional gamblers and mean that
this horribly pernicious and demorali
zing practice shall be stamped out.
Gambling in its worst and most revolt
ing forms has prevailed and been con
doned hi the great cities in the United
states during the years which have
followed the civil war to an extent
never paralleled, perhaps, in any other
country or period. The victims of this
seductive and fatally destructive habit
are more numerous ; the opportunities
for its indulgence are more extensive,
and more publicly and conspicuously
advertised. Certainly the leprous evil
has nowhere else become so firmly
rooted in the social fabric, so complete
ly entrenched against the efforts of
law, notwithstanding a multitude of
ostensible statutory penalties and cor
rectives, and so potent and far-reaching
in its influences. No vice is so demor
alizing, no infatuation so desperate as
that of gaming. The drunkard has his
sober moments, his occasional lucid in
tervals; the grasp of the devil of drink
is sometimes relaxed, and the victim is
allowed brief respite to gather strength
and struggle for final emancipation.
But he who has sold himself to the
devil of play ia a slave whom torment
and temptation rack without intermis
sion; He robs" as ruthlessly as does the
bandit or the burglar, and yet demands
immunity and even countenance. He
is an active and influential politician,
wielding a power at the polls which
compels the silence and often the aid
of men who make laws and ordinances,
and too frequently insures him com
plete protection against the enforce
ment of any law intended to affect his
trade. He commands and directs mu
j nicipal policy and patronage, sits in city
ages everything in his own special in
noii n ri i v pnnr rn s i.iit ihmii'p unn m
terest. . out in dealing with a body
men so astute and determined it is nec
essary to be as pertinacious and inexor
able as they are themselves. However
much they may fleece each other, they
will combine for self -preservation and
no assault upon the evil will be suc
cessful which is not well organized and
firessed persistently as well as vigorous
y. It is a fight in which the people
who are interested in the suppression of
vice and crime must be enlisted against
the criminals, and the champions of t
rieht must be as Derfectlv disciplined
and as well aligned as those who are
struggling to maintain the wrong. It
is one of those social battles in which
individuals must lend active aid in
which the public must come to the sup-
port ot tne autnormes. it is an axiom
that no law can be properly enforced
which is not in accord with the senti
ment of the people for whom it is en
acted. We have had abundant exam
ples of its truth. And it is no less true
that, in the multitude of offenses' which
require correction, tne omcers oi Tne
law will more energetically pursue
those against which the people are most
indignant, and will pay least attention
to those about which the people are in-
different. It is not altogether certain
that they are not right m this ; they
are public servants, and ought, perhaps,
to follow closely the public "instruc
tions' Therefore if the public is re
ally opposed to a particular practice
denounced by the law ; if it sincerely
desires that an offense, however glaring,
shall be adequately punished and actu
ally suppressed, it must speak out. It
must even, as we have said, aid the au
thorities in combating it. In more
than one State it has been made a fel
ony, and where this has been done it is
said the evil has ceased. In truth, the
penalties with which, gambling is vis
ited in North Carolina and some other
States, while severe, and if rigidly in
flicted, might be sufficient, are of a na
ture which renders them insufficient
unless enforced with a rigor, an energy,
and a constancy hardly to be expected!
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Fines without imprisonment, nave nttie
terror for law-breakers who are levying
heavy tribute upon large cammunities
and are generally abundantly supplied
with monev. Imprisonment induces
real consternation; and the bare threat
of the btate prison might anect in
many an offender the reformation which
is more to be desired, or course, than
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his punishment. J3ut having once re
solved that the vice shall be eradicated,
it is as certain that the better part of
the community will root it out as that
the day follows the night. I he gam
blers will be dehant and will vield re-
luctantlv thev mav have the advant-
age in the prehminarv skirmishes but
they will have to go all the same.
Goldsboeo, N. C, Dec. 12. A. R.
The November Meteoric Showers.
The meteoric display of Nov. 27th
was visible to the inhabitants ot more
than a quarter of the globe. It was
observed at Teheran, Persia, and was
unusually brilliant in other parts of
Asia, as well as in Naples and London.
What was seen in our own locality
during the evening was onlv the end of
I UiUlli nnv mv.Ii - - i- fa
the main shower. At the i ale observ-
I. . . . , via.
I atory, shortly after six o clock, f orty-
I fnnv niAtmif ctai8 wnro AafaTI tl TJan IT!
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ha(iconsiderable brilliancy, and left
trails ot light behind them. Later in
the evening, the meteors were less mi
crotis, but were estimated at uu per
minute. They appeared to radiate
from Andromeda, and as one observer
can see but about one-sixth of those
visible, something near six hundred
meteors could probably have been
counted in a minute had the staff of
observers been sufficient.
the dismav is due to Jthe breakmr
up of Biela s comet, a dissolution first
L. I - 1 U Ii! W . . H, A-1
ages past the wanderer traveled among
tne fixed stars, but its patn eventually
approached so near the sun that the in
tense heat is supposed to have started
the disintegration. Detached frag
ments trailing after the comet formed
its tail. In 1840 it was observed to
have become divided into two parts.
This destruction has continued until
the comet is but a mass of fragments,
which follow the old orbit. Once in
about six and two-third years the earth
passes through this meteoric belt. The
fragments of the comet are made lumi
nous by their rapid movement through
the atmosnhere. and not unfreauentlv
fall to the earth. The display lasts as
a rule tor two or tnree hours, but va
ries greatly in its brilliancy. The last
one of any importance was in 1872,
when between fiftv and one hundred
thousand stars could have been observ
by a single party. The display of 1879
was less striking. The next contact
with the ruins of the comet occurs in
1892. Though the main shower lasts
but a short time, an occasional meteor
may be seen almost up to Christmas
time. bctentijic American.
Trial of the Dynamite Air Gun.
Three dynamite projectiles
thrown rrom iiieut. aimsKi s pneu
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matic jrun, at tort Lafayette, New
York harbor, on tne afternoon of Nov.
nn m ; liZl il
Zo. ine proiecuies were mrown a
distance of about two miles, and two of
r nom t in m I'liiiiiiiuiiv tni h.iiii i ii nr nor
- ' 100 lb. of nitro-ycerine, exploded in
of a most satistactory manner, the other
noticeu in xotu. oniue ,ucu tue num. propn viae Lie. ur. vyyuu uilcs iuav
has progressed rapidly, until the comet it is a remarkable fact that in all epi
is now in millions of fragments. In demies of cholera the workmen in bo-
one sinking in the water without ex
ploding. Previous to firing the dynamite-loaded
were made with those loaded with sand, j
to obtain the proper range, and Lieut.
Zalinski explained the working of the
gun to a large number of visitors who
had been invited to witness the trial.
An illustrated description of the gun
and its mode of operation appeared in
the Scientific American of Oct 81.
When the projectile containing 100 lb.
of dynamite struck the water, it sent
up a column of spray 150 feet into the
air, accompanying which was a cloud
of yellow smoke and a report similar to
that made by heavy ordnance. The air
pressure employed was 1,000 pounds to
tne square men, ana tins so aamittea
as to realize a large part of its expan
sive force in the lom? gnn, gave the
needed velocity to the projectile, with
out a sudden concussion at starting, as
would have been the case with sun-
powder, all according to the anticipa-
tions ot iaeut. .aiinsKi. me practical
demonstration thus afforded that the
most powerful of modern explosives
can be thus handled, even though the
range is as yet comparatively short
compared with that of the best modern
guns, marks another and most import-
ant step in the development of the
means afforded for carrying on modern
A Hew Island in the Pacific.
The United States Consul in Samoa
has advised the Merchants1 Exchange
of San Francisco that a new island has
been thrown up in the Pacific Ocean.
It is about forty miles off the Tonga
group, bearing toward the Fiji Islands.
Its appearance has a practical import
ance, since it is m the track of Califor
nia vessels. The island is two miles
long and 250 feet high. lb.
Oldest Habitations in America.
Mai. Powell, Chief of the Geological
Survey, whoas been about a month
in r.no tipln hns r Npovorw in Now
m tne neiu, has discovered in iNew
Mexico, near California Mountain what
he pronounces to be the oldest human
habitation upon the American confl
uent. The mountains in this vicinity
wn u ueus ui
which the prehistoric man and his com-
rades excavated square rooms, which
were lined with a species of plaster I
made from the lava, and in these rooms
were found various evidences of quite
an advanced civilization, among them
a species of cloth made of woven hair
and a large number of pieces of pot-
tery. In the sides of the rooms cup-1
boards and shelves were excavated. In
one room, sticking out of the bare face
of the wall, was a small branch of a
tree. WThen this was pulled out, it was
found that there vras a hollow space
behind the wall. Col. J. H. btephen
son. Mai. Powell's assistant, broke this
S T a
with a pick and found a little conceal
ed niche, in which was a small carved
figure resembling a man done up in a
closelv woven fabric, which with the
touch ot the hand turned to dust. It
was blackened anderisp, like the mum-
Diy cloths of Egypt. In all, some sixtv
groups of these lava Villages were found,
there being twenty houses in each
group. The evidences of civilization
are similar, out removed oy ineir crua-
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i v- sja-aaai ni ' w ' ' - i
it and want of skiU a eooa deal from
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tne articles touna in tne cnir nouses.
Santa Fe, Ne Mexico.
Borax as an Internal Disinfectant.
In the Union Medicate Dr. Cyon con
firms the statement, made by Dumas m
1878, that borax is possessed of most
valuable antiseptic powers. Independ
ently of its value for
iuc i.ur tut umiTsuuu
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of food, it is
a great preventive oi in-
fectious diseases, and may be employed
internally lu warn uu euiucuiics. in
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mav be taken for months or vears with
impunity, and constitutes a valuable
1 1 1 1.1 - II. II tk.i
racic acid factories have always escaped
tne disease. Tne usual dose is five or
six grammes (75 to 90 grains) daily,
taken for an indefinite time.
The Watchman again begs to thank
some of the press of the State for very
complimentary notices of it. These
evidences of appreciation are encourag
The outcome in appearance of the
Salisbury Watchman is remarkable.
The "old established Journal, has put
on a sparkling ermine, that indicates
vigorous manhood, sumcient to con
tinue it as a bright constellation in the
newspaper world for another quarter
of a century. Concord Uegtster.
TbSUlK.ir ivt,.lnu iji
enter upon the list of our exchanges
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It is one of the soundest papers in the
State. Scotland Neck Democrat.
The Democrat is just now doing poor
W alter rare ud in the most annroved
hard glove fashion. It takes some of
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the brethren a long time to forget
what Page said of the North Carolina
Editors. His 'figure of speech was un
There is an old woman liviner in Al-
pathe, Ga., who
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ln(hm during the benimole war, forty
year ; ago,
At a recent political gathering in
Tuscumbia, Ala., General Cullen A.
Battle related the following touching
story in the course of his speech: Du
ring the winter 1863-64 it was my
fortune to be president of one of the
courts-martial of the Army of North
ern Virginia. One bleak December
morning while the snow covered the
gound and the wind howled around
our camp, I left my bivouac fire to at
tend the session of court Winding
for miles along uncertain pathsj at
length arrived at the court ground, at
Round Oak church. Day alter day it
had been our duty to try the soldiers of
that army, charged with violation of
military laws; but never had I on any
previous occasion been greeted by such
anxious specators as on that morning
awaited the opening of court. Case
after case was disposed of, and at
length the case of the Confederate
States vs. Edward Cooper was called
charge, desertion. A low murmur rose
spontaneously from the battle-scarred
spectators as the young artilleryman
arose from the prisoners bench, and in
response to the question, "Guilty or
not guilty?" answered, "Not guilty ,n
The judge advocate was proceeding
to open the prosecution when the court
observing that the prisoner was unat
tended by counsel, interposed and in
quired oi the accused, "Who is your
counsel ?" He replied: "I have no coun
sel." Supposing that it was his purpose
to represent himself before the court,
the judge advocate was instructed to
proceed. Every charge and specifica
tion against the prisoner was sustain
ed. The prisoner was then told to ir
troduce his witnesses. He replied: "I
have no witnesses." Astonished at the
calmness with which he seemed to be
submitting to what he regarded as in
evitable fate, I said to him, "Have you
no defence? Is it possible that you
abandoned your comrades and deserted
your colors in the presence of the ene
my without any reason ? He replied:
"There was a reason, but it will not
avail me before a military court." I
said: "Perhaps vou are mistaken: vou
are charged with the highest crime
Known to military taw anu ifcis your
duty to make known the causes that
influenced your actions."- For the first
time his manly form trembled, his blue
eyes swam in tears. Approaching the
president of the court he presented a
letter, saying as he did so, "There,
General, is what did it." I opened the
letter, and in a moment mv eves filled
with tears. It was passed from one to
another ot the court until all had seen
it, and those stern warriors, who had
passed with Stonewall Jackson through
a hundred battles, wept like little chil-
dren. As soon as I sufficientlv recovered
mv self-possession, I read the letter as
the defence of the prisoner. It was in
Dear Edwabd: I have always
been proud of you ; since your connec
tion with the Confederate army, I have
been prouder of you than ever before.
I would not have you do anything
the world; but before God,
EM ward, unless you come home, we
must die! Last niffht I was aroused bv
little Eddie s crying. I called and said,
'What is the matter, Eddie?' and he
Uid: 'Oh, mamma, I'm so Wry!-
And Lucy, Htdward, your darling Lucy,
she never complains, but she grows
thinner and thinner every day. And,
before tfod, rxlward, unless you come
home we must die.
Turning to the prisoner, I asked:
"What did you do when you received
He replied: 1 made ap-
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plication for a furlough, and it was r$-
j. a time I made application
and it was rejected; and that night, as
1 I u-nnHord halrwarrf in tha mmn
I i.u;i-:. v. A a
j T-ucv looking uu to me. and with the
I . - .
burning words of Mary sinking in my
brain, 1 was no longer the Confederate
soldier, but I was the father of Lucy
and the husband of Mary, and I would
have passed those lines if every gun in
the battery had been fired upon me.
Mary ran out to meet me, her angel
arms embraced me, and she whispered:
"Oh, Edward, I am so glad you got
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your luriougn r one must nave ieis
me shudder, for she turned as pale as
death, and catching her breath at ev-
ery word, she said, "Have you
without your furlough? Oh! Edward,
go back! go back! Let me and the
children go down to the grave: but
oh, for heaven's sake save the honor of
ame! And here I am gentlemen,
not brought here by military power,
but in obedience to the command of
mm mr -m m . m
Mary, to abide the sentence of your
Every officer of that court martial
felt the force of the prisoner's words.
Before them stood, in beatific vision
the eloquent pleader for a husband's and
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la fof har a -tar win rva Knr. thav nan
trained by the great leader Robert .
Lee to tread the path of duty though
f hn hrfhfninr floch QAAMlhikfl fno rWAimrl
tMMJG IlUVUAUA UOOU OLU1 tll gtVUUU
beneath their teet, and each in
and each in his
turn pronounced the verdict guilty.
Fortunately for humanity, fortunately
for the Confederacy, the proceedings of
the court were reviewed by the com
manding General, and upon the record
was written: "Headquarters, A. N.
V. The finding of the court approved
The prisoner is pardoned, and will re
port to his company.
ft. . Lee, Gen
A Desertion Justified.
Mi ZIG-ZAG METHODS EMPLOYED BY
U MERCENARY MEN.
It is a notable fact that the people of
Atlanta and el sew ere are beginning to be
thoroughly convinced that worthless com
pounds become "shaky" at all new innova
tions, while an honest preparation never
fear opposition. We do not propose to
''wipe out" others, as the field for operation
Is large, and we accord to one and all the
same privileges we enjoy. Wear not so
far lost to busi ness principles ae to denounce
any other retaedyas a fraud, or imitation,
or as containing a vegetable poison, the
effects of which are horrible to com tem
plate. The alarm need not be sounded,
for there is ample room for all declining
an t i potash, pine top slop water compounds.
If one bottle 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. B. B. have been sold to Darties livinur
inside the corporation of Atlanta since it
was started two years ago !
Why this wonderful sale of anew reme
dy in so short a time with so little adver
It must be confessed that it it because
B, B. B. has proven itself to poetess 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
many other points B. B. B. is "on top,"
and will stay there. Many persons desire
to know how the B. B. B. acts on the sys
tem. By entering the circulation, it modifies
the vitiated blood globules, increases the
red corpuscles, antagonizes all poison, vi
talizes and regenerates the flagging forces,
furnishes the pabulum for rich, new blood,
eliminates all poison through the secre
tions, and increases the appetite, while, by
its wonderful action upon the pores of the
skin, the kidneys, liver and glandular
system, all ettete and impure matter is
speedily conducted from the body, leaving
the blood pure, fresh and 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, un
do uds the troubled brain, clears and beau
tifies the complczion,cheers the despondent,
strengthens the feeble, calms the disturbed
nerves, and induces quiet and peaceful
slumbers. It has been in use over twenty
five years as a private prescription in the
it is no tnr-ietclien, foreign-found or
dream-discovered subterranean wonder.
but is a scientific and happy combination
of recognized vegetable blood poison agents
enecteu atter many years ot constant use
aud experiment in the treatment of thou
sands of some of the most appalling cases of
scrofulous, syphilitic and cutaneous blood
Pi80M f vr kown in he, s?te- resulting
nounced incurable cases.
Send to Blood Balm Co. Atlanta, Ga.,
for a copy of their Book of Wonders. rw,
tilled with information about Blood and
Skin Diseases, Kidney Complaints, Ac.
Hold by all Druggist. 5:1m.
BY THF BARREL AT
ENNI88' Drug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earliest and Best Turnip Seed for
sale at E.N MS 6'.
Of all kinds, at
reduced prices, at
CHEPER THAN EVER.
Rubber Rings for Fruit Jars, at
SCARE'S PRESERVING POWDES
For sale at
THE BEST AND CHEPE8T
For Threshers, Reapers, and Mowers at
If vou want vour prescriptions put up
cheaper than auy where else go to
ENNISS' Drug Store.
JVy 9, '85. tf.
Enniss BlacKDerry troial,
Disenterv, Diarrhoea, Flux, fee., for sale
At EN NISS' Drag Store.
" Having qualified as Administrator of
Paul Hoisbonser, dec d. 1 nereny give no
tice to all persons having claims against
the estate of said decedent, to present them
to me on or before the 13th day of Novem
ber, 1 886. CHKISBKRCltY Hoi.SHorsER.
derl7 Adm r of mm Holsnooser
Craige & Clement, Alt vs.
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Particular attention paid to frescoing nl
wrewTc usrauDg, in on, wax or water-
Win nuke btda on Churches, panne build
pnvate residences. Work guaranteed. References,
mm 9 vo.
Poet office address.
WHEN YOU WANTJ
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
Row. D. A. ATWELL.
Agent for the C ard wellTh resaer."
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
radtio Miaeral Spring Academy,
C. U. MAKTI.N, Principal,
Jraduate of Wake Forest College, and also at
we i iiiversny or Virginia.
'rvrnoN, $5 to 1 15 per session of 5 months
lithe University of Va. methods. vigorous ex
The onlr school In this section that teachM
tensive, thorougn. The cheapest school in thai
U.S. where these world-rnowed methods arm
togai. Good Board only $6 per month.
xi lyj Auaress, j n. m aktin, ran
SEND YOUR WOOL
Salisliury Woolen Mills
THIS NEW FACTORY
is now in operation, and facilities for mi
ufacturing Woolen Goods such as have nev
er before been offered to our people, are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow
"We manufacture JEANS, OASSIMERS,
"FLANNELS, LINSEYS. BLANKETS,
YARNS, ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a liberal patronage of our peo
ple, we are resjicctfuHy,
Salisbury Woolex Mills.
Office at old Express Office.
May 28th, 1885. 32tf
P. B W NOW AT THE
Corner of Kerr St
with a full Hue of DRY GOODS and
GROCERIES. Also keeps a Kim Class
BOARDING HOUSE. Call and
IP YOU WANT TO
FILL YOUR GAME BAG,
AM the Latest Improvements.
WOtt DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS
SOLE AGENTS FOR
E.Remin gton & Sons'
Sporting AnM I
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D. N. LAMBERSON A CO,
73 State Street, Chicago, QW
ARMORY, - - - IUON, N. Y,
ADC THE KIT MANNER, IT SKILLED WMUKE
KKBK1 THAT Ml 600BS ARE ALWAYS KUAMJ.
One Piece of Solid Steel.
NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADt
SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO.,
ILIOX. M. V.
1 something new!
' OT-LAMP CHIMNEYS J
tkt mill not hrpMk bv heat. lor
DONT FORGET to call
all kinds at
TO THE LADIES s
Call and see tbe Flower Pots at
A MILLION of worms gnawing day and
nigHt is qUe enough, wa think, to thr.w
a child into s
Hbnners inaian vav
and expel them and
mifage will destroy
,este tlicch ild.
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