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THURSDAY; DEC. 31, 1885.
The Statesville landmark has been
dealing out some sensible advice to those
who trade with strolling peddlers, having
heard of a considerable swindle in a
neighboring county by one of them. The
Watchman also has from time to time
warned country people to beware of the
strollers, and when they Want anything
to go to a responsible and respectable
merchant who may always be found and
confronted, if necessary, about any article
he may sell which fails to be as repreH
sented. But people are hard to learn
so hard that it convinces us that Dr. H ,
of Louisiana, when a young man and had
occasion to excuse himself for "playing
on the harp of a thousand strings," was j
right when he exclaimed, "Bless your
life, friend, the people love to be hum
bugged, and if you don't humbug 'em
some thev won't like you." Yes, ho was f
right in his judgment of the nature of
men and women ; and as he was fond of
popularity, he would feel the bumps on
their heads and blow ; if sick, he would
give them bread pills and cure by inspir
ing with the hope of living; if suffering
for the lack of excitement, he would send
up a balloon, or tell a laughable story.
always knew what he was doing, and
made every thing pay as it came or as it
went. "People love to be humbugged ;"
peddlers know it, and the newspapers had
about as well stop preaching against
them, for they are going to "travel" in
spite of it all.
The Charlotte Observer notes the fact
that no accidents have happened on the
railroads this Christmas, as is generally
the caser whereof railroad men are glad.
The same paper reports a gunning ac
cident in Lincoln county on Christmas
day. Several young men were out shoot
ing rabbits, and a man on brush heap,
gtui in hand, trying to scare one out,
iired at it as it ran, but instead of hitting
the rabbit, lodged three shot in the face
of one of the party, by which an eye was
certainly destroyed and may have tobe
H. C Eecles moves out of the Central
Hotel, Charlotte, and opens the Belmont,
over Wilson's Drug Store. He is a prince
in his line.
Samuel R. Cohen, an old merchant of
Charlotte, is dead
A Washington correspondent of the
Louisville Courier Journal, writing about
President Cleveland, says : His most ob
vious characteristics are straight forward
ness and simplicity, both in speech and
bearing. He is uncommonly self-possessed
and self-contained. His disposition is
entirelv kindlv and courteous. He is at
heart a gentleman. I like him best when
I meet him face tofuce. He possesses the
faculty of curing doubts and allaying
Tears. He is conscientious and disinter
ested and is trying to do his duty. There
is not room to sav much more in favor of
- The Apache Indians are making bloody
work in Arizona and New Mexico. They
have massacred numerous white families,
plundered and burned their houses and
run off their stock. Government troops
are no longer relied on as a protection.
The Governor of Arizona and the fron
tiersmen are organizing military bands to
pursue and kill or capture them.
-A story comes out from Washington
city on the fashionable girls of the capi
tal, to the effect that they are tattooing
their cheeks to make them rosy, and that
it is done with such consummate skill
that it will not only last through life, but
that they will go to their graves with red
Some one io Aew York-whose con
science troubled him about public funds,
wronsrfullv in his hands, cut the bills
making the sum into two parts, and sent
on a part to the U. S. Treasurer one day
and the other part the next day.
A negro who murdered Miss Carrie
Boyer, at Gainstown, Clarke county, Ala
bama, on the 18th December, was chain
ed to a tree; on the 7th, and slowly burnt
to death by an indignant crowd of whites
Four boys sent from New Jersey to
Pasteur, the Parisian scientist, to be
cured of hvdrophobia, are still under
treatment with no unfavorable symp
It cost $11S,000 to extirpate the small
pox from Montreal, Canada, it is no
small misfortune to a town to have such
a disease get abroad.
Hall & Bahonan, tobacco manufacturers
of Hickory, compliment their friends this
season with a-very pretty Christmas card.
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Letter From Africa.
Through the courtesy of Mr. James H.
Ramsay, a portion of a letter written
him from his brother, Mr. W. G. Ramsay,
now at the Akankoo mines, West Africa,
is published. It bears date Nov. 12, 1886.
He says :
Nothing of interest has transpired in
this part of creation since I last wrote
you. I went down to Axim day before
yesterday. Axim is about 85 miles from
the mines by river. We went down in
our launch in two hours and five min
utes. Pretty good traveling for a steam
launch on a river in Africa. Coming
back I saw four or five alligators sunning
themselves on the river bank. I had no
gun or I could have killed them. I had
a pistol though, and shot at them.
Whether lsucceeaea in mmng any oil
them or not 1 can't say, mm, 1 woxe tnem
from their sleep and caused them to roll
into the water. Also saw a monkey and
more parrots than you could shake a
stick at. Axim is a small town on the
sea shore and only one or two white peo
ple are there. There is only one building
of any importance in it and that is an old
slave fort. The British D. Commissioner
now resides there. These old forte along
the coast are where they used to bring
the slaves bought for safe keeping until
some vessel came to take them away. 1,
was hpnored to-ay by a visit from one of
the native kings, who came down in all
his glory with ail his emblems of royalty
about him. "Alter talking awhile through
an interpreter, I gave the old fellow ia
bottle of trade gin, and he went away
very much pleased ; for they are all pas
sionately fond of gin. When one dies
they all want gin to have a kind of Irish
wake. One of them "kicked the bucket"
tnot verv long ago, and they came to me
to get gin for a palaver, v as they call it ;
but it not being exactly in accordance
with mv notions as to the way dead peo
ple should be treated, or rather living
people should treat the dead, I sent them
away empty handed.
bince 1 last wrote you I have had an
attack of the celebrated "African feverj"
and I tell you it's "a caution." It don't
give any warning of its approach, but
suddenly comes on and lays you on your
bed to stay until it gets through wi
vou. I had awful pains with it all the
time. A pain would start down my back
like "greased lightning" and branch off
into two or three parts and die out.
These pains would almost make me jump
out of bed, and they returned about every
ten seconds. The severest pain was one
I had near the heart. It was caused by
an inflammation of some of the parts sur
rounding the heart, and Avhen it hrst
came on it felt as if a heavy weight were
resting on my body, boon after com
menced a throbbing pain, which lasted a
whole day and night. The doctor put a
leach on my chest which took some blood
from me. I can't describe the African
fever, and there is no use in my trying.
The symptoms are peculiar to it not ex
perienced in any other disease. 1 am
entirely over it now and feel perfectly
I would certainly be in no? hurry to
leave here, but the Company will, I am
almost sure, burst up in a few months.
So much money has been spent foolishly
on the property, that now when the Com
pany is about to get a good reef the mon
ey runs out. The saine-old mining story.
A postscript says Mr. Ramsay will
probably remain in Africa until the last
of January next, after which time he
will visit Paris and other points in the
old world before returning to his native
Conducted by A. R.,;Goldsboro, N. C.
"The Century Magazine" Conspicu
ous among tne varied leatures 01 tne
January "Century" are the short stories,
"Trouble on .Lost Mountain," by Joel
Chandler Harris (Uncle Remus), is even
more powerful than his longer character
novelette, "At Teague Ivtects'," the
scene of both being laid among the moon
shiners of northern Georgia. In the
other short story of the number,
'The Cloverfields Carriage," by Frank
R. Stockton, the humorous motive is the
desire of a negro coachman who had left
his former owners, in order to make his
freedom appear a reality, to recover his
former dignity as a trusted servant bf the
family. Mrs. Marv Hallock b cote's new
serial of Western Life, "John Bodewin's
Testimony," in the third part points
strongly to dramatic situations. Mr.
James's "Bostonians" assumes new and
interesting phases as it approaches the
gonclusion, which will be reached in the
The companion magazine issued from
the same presses is the, "St. Nicholas" a
magazine for Young folks, lhe issue
for January is both in point of time and
contents another Christmas number.
W. D. Howells leads off with his long
promised story, which is delightfully un
conventional, and has the bewilderinglv
suggestive title, "Christmas Every DayJ'
and some amusing illustrations by nis
little daughter. Mrs. Francis Hodgson
Burnett follows with another installment
of her charming serial. "Little Lord
Fauntleroy ;" Horace E. Scudder,the au
thor of the favorite "Bodiey" books, con
tributes the opening and very interesting
chapters of his story of the life of George
W asnington, wmch will be- illustrated
from many sources ; there is a short "Bit
of Talk for YToung Folks," by Helen
Jackson (H. H.) ; and H. H. Boyeseu
writes one of his entertaining tales of two
continents. 1 here is not room to tell of
the many other attractions of this num
ber. "Outing" The January number of
Outing contains several articles of special
interest. In "Thoughts on Archery" is
presented a history of archery from earli
est times accompanied by a frontispiece
and many other superb illustrations,
drawn by Hy. Sandham. An illustrated
yachting article, in two parts, "The
Cruise of the Philoon," with humorous
illustrations by Reed, from the Log of the
Cruise, begins in this issue. The Thomas
Stevens series, "Around the World on a
Bicycle," increases in interest with each
issue as he journeys toward the Orient.
The January paper of the series is en
titled "Bulgaria, Boumelia, and into
Turkey," and is fully illustrated. A de-
scription of "The Ladies' Tricycle Run to
Kettle Cove," by Minna Caroline Smith,
erraces also the pages of "Outine." Pub
lished at 175 Fremont St.. Boston.
VThe Overland Monthly'1 The last
"Overland" is a fit number to close a
rwr of great advance ana promise. rli
BURY. IF. C,
contains the announcements, for 1886,
which show a prospect of even larger
gains during the coming year. The
Eastern, English, and Colonial press has
for months begun to comment on this
Pacific magazine in tones as warm as
those of the Western press; and "far in
advance of any literary periodical west of
the Alfeghanies," is a frequently recur
ring phrase. It is always a matter of
surprise to those making the acquaintance
of the "Overland," that the Pacific slope
can produce so mature literary results ;
and it is hard to imagine anything that
can do more to raise the Eastern and
foreign ideas of the Pacific community,
than a journal like this, going out, as the
"Overland does, to all corners of the
English-reading world. All other devel
opments of a community's higher civili
zation its schools, art, music, cnurches.
u! 4. dwn--bolden,'
d are kow to outeiders oniv bv visits:
but its literature goes forth far and wide,
to everyone 8 door, buch a magazine is
certain to prove a most valuable agent in
building lip the good name' of the State
and thereby attracting to it the best class
of people. It is therefore jiot only ah
honor, but a matter Of direct interest to
the people of that region to support lib
erally this excellent journal. No cultured
home can do without it. ' Published
monthly at 120 Luiter St., San Francisco,
Cal. " ,1
We welcome to our desk that excellent
monthly. ''Ballou's Magazine," which is
a family magazine in every respect. The
contents for January are unusually "en
tertaining, instructive, amusing reading."
It now appears in a new and attractive
dress of type, which, while adding to the
appearance of this .popular magazine,
must greatly increase its value to sub
scribers by reason of its legibility of char
acter, lhe beauty and clearness or the
type and printed page reflects credit alike
on the type rounders and the printers.
The illustrations are faultless and to the
point. ; This improvement, together with
the fact that some of the best and most
popular writers in the English language
will continue to contribute to its pages,
makes "Ballou's Monthly" the cheapest
and most valuable publication of its kind
in the world. Boston, G. NY . btudley.
An Interesting Fact.
I Hickory Press
B. F. Grady, Esq., of Duplin county, one
of the most learned men in the btate,
writes to the News and Observer, recalling
the historical fact that Aaron Burr resigned
the office of Vice-President in 1802
(or there abouts") and beoame a candidate
for Governor of the State of New York. Mr.
Gradv proceeds thus: "There upon, if I
infer rightly, the Senate chose a North
Carolinian to be its presiding officer Jesse
Franklin, of Surry, at the same time that
Nathaniel Macon was Speaker of the house
of representatives. At any rate I find their
names signed to an act of the Congress
approved March 26, 1804. This was a
distinction and the recalling of it was the
main purpose cf this note which has no
parallel in me nisiorv 01 tins union.
That North Carolina should have fur
nished the presiding officers of both branch
es of Congress in 1802 was not only an
interesting coincidence, but a fact that
shows that our rural people were capable
eishtv vears aao of furnishing men of the
first mark to the councils of the Nation.
Don't Be a Clam.
Frank Siddell, the famous soap manu
facturer, and the most practical as well
as original advertiser in the country, in
one of his homilies about advertising,
which, it is needless to say, closes with
the advice to not be a clam, says :
Don't advertise by means of circulars,
or sandwich-men. or fence paintincr, or
bill posting merely because it has been
done for thirty yearsr or because you liave
always done, it, or because some old fos
sils believe in it. i,very lamily taJtes a
newspaper nowadays ; they did not do so
thirty vears ago. Bo on the lookout for
new ideas. Keep up with tho times.
Don t get set in "your ways. iou t De a
REPORT OF the CONDITION
THE MSI NATIONAL BANK
At Salisbury, in the State of N. C,
At the close of business, Dec. 24, 1885.
Loans and discounts u $ 85,228 86
U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation 50,009 00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages - 430 00
Due from approved reserve agents 15.S43 W
Due from other National Banks 7,030 00
Due from State Banks and bankers 1,675 8"
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures 1,120 34
Current expenses and taxes paid. . .. 766 66
Premiums paid 1 ,000 00
Checks and other cash Items 8,080 04
Bll is of other Banks.'. 8,050 00
Fractional papercurrency, nlckles and
pennies 51 10
Specie. - 8,100 00
Legal tender notes 8,000 00
Redemption fund with TJ. S. Treasurer
(5 per cent, circulation) 2,25!) 00
Total f. fl84,s?2 39
Capital stock paid in f 60,000 00
Surplus fund t,500 00
Undivided profit. - S,01 91
National Bank notes outstanding 44,400 00
Plviaenus unpaid S4 00
Individual deposits subject to check 70,652 33
Time certificates of deposit..... 10,574 99
Cashier's cnecks outstanding 1,14 0"
Doe to State Banks and bankers 1,615 03
State of North Carolina, County ot Rowan, ss :
I, L H. Foust, Cashier of the abOTe-named bank.
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I. H. foust, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 30th
day of Dec. I8S5. OBIN D. DAVIS,
CORRECT AttCSt :
G. ArBINGHAM, )
3. D. GARKUX. KolrretAM
A. ATWBLL. ) .: '
Our friend of the Tarboro Southerner
carries a level head on the subject of the
Paternal Pedagogy invasion. We copy
JL" WULVIUUI lilt- UlfltUUUUUU
of funds for education in Edgecombe
couniy. u win De seen that the whites
icotivcu i,ov.uu, anume negroes ?,ozv.
91, and that there is left over from last
year an unappropriated sum of $8,000
Here is a showing of one county alone,
nV n il 1 1 f ad rww 1
with an educational surplus of $8,000, and
yet members of Congress are blowing for
a Federal appropriation to help the
schools. Humbug ! lb.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength, and wholesouieness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude ot low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate "powders. Sold only in
cans. Kotal Bakino Towdek Co., 106 Wall st. N.
SANTA CLAUS I
IS THE PLACE !
Ever Gathered Together !
CHRISTMAS GOODS OP ALL
FRENCH and DOMESTIC CANDIES.
FRUITS ! Oranges, Lemons, Pine Ap
ples, Banannas, Apples, Cocoanuts,
Raisins, Currants, All Kinds ok Nuts,
Preserved Fruits, & Elegant Pickles.
X3iiy TIio Boat !
DOMESTIC CAKES BAKED FRESH
every day during the holidays.
Ail kinds of DOLLS and doll furniture, doll-
baby Carriages, &c.
China Toys and Mantel Ornaments largest ana
rhpanest stock ever displayed here.
Decorations and Supplies of all sorts and kinds for
Cups, Saucers and Glass Ware !
of all kinds at low prices, Watches, Clocks, etc.
and other musical
Instruments, Walking canes,
Hobbv Horses. Kooklnsr Horses, Shoo
Fly Horses, and everything else that Santa
Remember that the largest and Cheapest
stock of hohday goods in town and trie,
place for bargains now is at
Draw or Paint ?
Then send to EUGENE L. IIARRIS &
CO., Raleigh, N. C. for Price list of Artists'
materials. They keep everything needed
and will fill your order by mail or express
Eromptly. Portraits in Crayon and Oil.
il. Landscapes, Western N. C. Scenery.
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Just twenty-seven mc& from the elnsui.
city of Athens, Ga., is located the thriving
m . . ' - i-i O
liltle town of Maiey's, the residence of Mr.
Robert Ward, who has just been released
from a most perilous predicament, the par
ticulars of which he has consented to give
to the public. He writes as follows :
Maxkt's, Oglethorpe Co., Ga.
. July 9th, 1885.
For twelve or fourteen yean I have been
a great sufferer from a terrible form of
blood poison which ran into the secondary,
and finally it waa pronounced a tertiary
form. My head, face and shoulders became
almost a mass of corruption, and finally the
disease commenced eating away my skull
bones. I became so horribly repulsive that
for three years I absolutely refused to let
people see me. I used large quantities of
most noted blood remedies and applied to
nearly all physicians near me, but my con
dition continued to grow worse, and all
said that I must surely die My bones be
came the seat of excruciating aches and
pains; my nights were passed in misery ; I
was reduced in flesh and strength ; my
kidneys were terribly deranged, and life
became a burden to me.
I chanced to see an advertisement of
B. B. B., and sent one dollar to W. C.
Birchmorc fcCo., merchants of our place,
and they procured one bottle for me. It
was used with decided benefit, and when
eight or ten bottles had been used, I was
pronounced sound and welj.
Hundreds of scars can now be seen on
me, looking like a man who had been
burned and then restored. My case was
well known in this county, and for the
benefit of those who may be similarly af
flicted, I think it my duty to give the "facts
to the public, and to extend my heartfelt
thanks for so valuable a remedy. I have
been well for over twelve months, and no
return of the disease has occurred.
Maxey's, Ga., July 1, 1885. We, the un
dersigned, know Mr. Robert Ward, and
take pleasure in saying that the facts above
stated by him are true, and that his was
one of the worst cases of Blood Poison we
ever knew in our county, and that he has
been cured by B. B. B. Botanic Blood
A. T. Brightwei.l, Merchant.
W. C. Bircumorb & Co., Mer'h'ts
J. H. Bkightwell, M. D, .
John T. Hart.
W. P. Campbell.
Atlanta, Ga., July 10. 1885. We are ac
quainted with A. T. Brightwell and W. C.
Birchmore & Co.. whose names aooear
above, and take pleasure in saying that
they are gentlemen of undoubted veracity
and worthy of confidence in any assertion
HOWARD & CANDLER,
Wholesale Druggists, Atlanta, Ga.
If B. B. B. will cure such terrible cases
as the above, is it not reasonable to sup
pose that any and all cases of Blood Dis
ease can be cured ? We do not announce
the eure of a man while he is at home
groaning and suffering with the disease,
but all of our certificates are words of truth
from those who" have been cured and can
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We will mail our "Book of Wonders,"
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ENNISS' Drug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earliest and Best Turnip Seed for
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reduced pricea, at
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Rubber Rings for Fruit Jars, at
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For sale at ENNISS'.
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For Threshers, Reapers, and Mowers at
PRESCRIPTIONS ! 1
If yon want your prescriptions put up
cheaper tliau anywhere else go to .
ENNISS' Drvtg Store.
JVy 9, '85. tf.
Enniss' Blackberry Cordial,
Dhientery, Diarrhoea, Flux, &c, for sale
At ENNISS' Drug Store.
Haying qualified as Administrator of
Paul Holshouser, dee'd, I hereby give no
tice to all persons having claims against
the estate of said decedent, to present them
to me on or before the 12th day of Novem
ber, 1886. Chrisenbury Holshouser,
,leel 7 Adra'r of Paul liotahouaer
Craige & Clement, Att'ys.
C. A. KKTJS,
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Particular attention nald to frremliMr nA iniinn
decoratlYf n dm In,', in oil, wax or water-eolorK.-
Will make bids on churches, public LuUdiMre and
private residences. Work guaranteed. References.
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WHEN YOU WANTJ
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Call on the undersigned at
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D, A. AT WELL.
Agent for tho "CardweUThresher,"
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
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Graduate of Wake Forest College, and also at
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i The only school in this section that teaches
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THIS NEW FACTORY
is npw in operation, and facilities for man
ufacturing Woolen Goods such ashaTenev-.
er Ijefore been offered to our people, are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow
ing community, ij !
W e manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS,
"FLANNELS, UNSEYS, BLANKETS,
YARNS, ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a liberal patronage of our peo
ple, we arc respectfully,
Saljsu-ury Woolen Mills.
ggpOfficc at old Express Office.
May 28th, 1885. . 82tf -
IS NOW AT THE
Corner of Kerr A Lee Streets,
with a full Hue" of DRY GOODS and
GROCERIES. Also keeps a First das
BOARDING HOUSE. Call and see biro.
IF YQU WANT TO i-
FILL YOUR GAME BAG,
,AND MAKE ' ' :,'
All the Latest Improvements.
SOLE AGENTS FOR ' "A
E.REM1NGT0N & SO
Bnortina Arm and- Afi
I & 283 Broadwaf, 7
WBBTERN OFFICE, "
D. H. LAMBERSOM CO-
Ti State Street, Chkgo, tjt
ARMOR V. " " " ILION, t. c
HADE III THE BEST MAKNER, BY SKILLED JfOttiHl
REIEMBEI THAT OUR GOODS ARE ALWAYS RELIAsJlr
One Piece of Solid Steel. ' :l
NO HPOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THEBLADC
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO'
I LION, N. T.
Kcw York UfUce, 118 Chambers
that, ii'itt nnt. lreak bv heat, for
i ' - J
DIAMOND DYES All
wish at I
DONT FORGET to
all kinds at
call fof Seeds of
TO THE LADIES:
Call and see the Flower Pots at -
A MILLION of worms gnawing .day sM
night is qnite enough, we think, to throw
a child into spasms. Shrincr's Indian Ver
mifuge will destroy and exp?l them
icstore the ch ild.
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