TMCRSDAY, JUNE 16, 18S7.
Nor.h Carolina Teachers.
Tbo Charlotte Chronicle, of June 14,
in all editorial on North Carolina
Ttuf Iits. k:i s :
The SWtti Carolina Teachers As
sembly one of the largest and most
ferefttf edneatiotial organ is itions in the
Suthern S aites wrll meet at Mo e
iieid City to-day and the Assembly
will be formally opened to-morrow with
un add rem of welcome by Hou. 0. It.
Thomas, of Beaufort, to which Presi
dent. Alderman will respond. This is
the fourth annual meeting and will he
in session until June 30th. Its meet
ings heretofore have been held in the
mnimfjiiiiu l td I iti 1 M ; r i il i (: t 1 VP; 1 r
Ml wi . , m ' . , , . . . - . . - .
is one of the most delightful on the
whole Atlantic cotist. This assembly
of North Carolina teachers was the in
spiration of Mr. Eugene G. Harrell,
the present .secretary of the assembly, a
man of rare energy and great adminis
trate ability. The, assembly's prime
objects were health, rest, recreation,
social tiequaintances, and mental im
provement of the teachers of t he State.
Tbe object have been most pleasantly
attained. 1 he hrst session of the as
sembly was held at Waynesville, and
865 teacher attended. After complete
organization its popularity grew rapid
ity The second session brought to-
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get her 670 members, and the thirds
72 K Both of these were held at Black
Mountain. In the past twelve months
interest in the assembly has increased
mivi riLt 1 vl i oml -3 - eiL' ,i t f m tvl 1 c(
membership is 2.000. Although an
nual fees are charged for membership,
jet the assembly now ha? a roll nearly
as large as that of the eight summer
Normal schools of the State, which
hare no charge for membership. Such
a phenominal growth of the educational
body, uniting in its ranks the cu iee or
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mic pnncssivii ill mc oil i if, is win my
of record in North Carolina history.
All the expenses of the assembly are
met hv thp tinnn ! frw :ind not a rnl
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has been asked from the Sta'e or given
by it, or received from any other
source, l ne programme tor tnis ses-
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sion is exceedingly attract. , an i tie
entire work is to be done by JNorth
Carolina teachers, thus illustrating the
great proficiency of home instructors.
Membership in the assembly is now
eagerly sought, and its social character
is Irprtt hicr:i hv th f nf th it. nn
person is admitted to membership who
is not well recommended and or good
report in every way. The assembly
k..- ..t n... :.. :i -.c u
iiv- tTAtcuuevi nie privileges in me iiiuci
ship to friends of education and to
teachers from other States. Quite: a
number of Virginia teachers will be at
the Morehead session, as well a.s mem
bers from Tennessee, South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Florida and Ken
tucky. About 1)00 have announced
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positively luaiuiey win oe present, at
the close of the session 300 members
will make a six days' visit to Washing
ton. Bar. E. A. Alderman, of Wold
air. rj. a. . merman, or woius-
, is president of the assembly; Mr.
, Harrell, of Raleigh, seeretarv;
Mr. R. S. Arrowood is treasurer.
Collsatjr's Office. ' -
' We congratulate Charlotte on hav
ing the Collector's office moved to that
place. We would have liked to have
hid it here, but it seems it could not be
as the location of it was fixed before
tbe consolidation of the Fifth aud
Sixth districts were announced
Col. Boyd in an interview with the
Charlotte Observer said that a number
of advantages were offered by Charlotte
which Influenced the authorities at
Washington in coming to the decision.
Geographically, the city had little to
oJer to induce them to order the change,
but this disadvantage was overbalanced
by her superior nil road advantages,
tulorf.i nlm iinninifiiiMu Ivtntrinor f.iib
tits, and l ist but n t least, because
Charlotte h regarded as tl e principal
and leading trade te a're ot the State.
. These wt re the reasons that brought
forth the order to mate the office.
Col. Boyd also said that he had never
dreamed of eticii a thing until he' was
informed-by the Washington authori
ties' Chat the consolidation had been
made, and that he h id been retained as
Collector. Hi next information was
that the office must come to Charlotte,
and he went to .Washington and used
his greatest efforts to have the order rc
voked, but without avail. He was very
raueh averse to moving, but as he is
given no choice in the matter he says he
prefers Charlotte to any other place
that could have been mentioned.
-Stuce the above was put in type we
have been most agreeably surprised to
learn that our townsmair Mr. Kerr
Craige has bten appointed Collector in
stead of Mr. Uoyd.
We think it is needless to say any
thing on th? su'ije t as we all know
Kerr Craige aud know that the office
will be honored by its head, and that
the business will be -transacted in a
masterly way. Our community may
thank our energetic and faithful
RepresentatryerHon. Jno. S. Hender
Hotijj for thjs result, for we are satisfied
that ho did a bitten if not more thau
any one else in bringing it about. Our
congratulations Mr. Craige.
' - ' Hints to Swimmers.
Under this caption a writer in the
tic'&niijic Anierican ahows that it is
loss or presence or nuna wnicn results
in drowning. hen, tuercfore, an ac- ; ht'trtmn scut.meut in North Carolina
eident is about to befall you, remember j is growing, and growing fast, is blind,
that ibe water its jelf ,is your best help- third party nhontejt1 fjl her. Make
er, if you can ouly use it for that pnrja tote of this, ove. -zealous gentlemen.
pose. Frantic el irts iu the water are! . mm.,
jiiure toalrovn you. One tingei reding Tt Ej iscopal carhedral is to be
on a pede,. board or other ilo.itmg sub- Mtirtcw Vrh citv. A!-.-re than
Stance may s.re you, uui non t at-
tempt to ride it. Keen your body
deep, as von can and live, and a very
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The Newton State Formal School.
The Session f the Nwton Normal
School foi 1S87 will open JulvoJi am
closes the. 28 Ih. Tbe fJcuItr'for ilii.!- iV- NQrth tarolmi, sooU
year is couiuosed of teacher of Inelvh.
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rep ut.il ion. and tLecctning session buU
fair to be tue best ever held in Newton.
The folio win j ditjngiiiKhed teachers
to rn part of the faculty:
M. C. S". Noble, Superintendent ol
Wilmington Graded Schools, Sup't and
Teacher of Geogiphy and History.
E. P. Moses. Siipenntendent-of Ral
eigh Graded Schools, Reading and
Vs. C. Branson, Superintendent of
Schools, Athens Ga., Teacher of Arith
metic W. R. G invit. of N.whjvilb Tenn..
Lecturer on the history and Methods ol
J. A. Foil, Principal of Catawba Col
lege, Newt;n, N. C, Teacher of Alge
bra. Miss Metta L. Graham, Newton N. C
Teacher of Music.
Besides the above, there will be an
expert Primary Teacher in charge of
that department, a fine Lecturer on
Physiology an 1 Hygen.it,' and other
Lecturers cn special" and general sub
jects. Extensive preparations are being
made to accomodate the Nbrmalites
with hoard and lodging &e., and to
make the Normal this year a grand
success. The climate isfino, the loca-
tion convcr.ient, ana iaciuties unsur-
passed. Those wishing-particular in-
tormatiou in regard to hoard ice.
should write to Rev. J. A. Foil, Secre
tary, Newton. N. C
That is a very loose fitting Demo
cratic garb that admits that it may be
a clever thing to have in it a body oi
men who may, upon occasion, (of
which they are to be sole judges of its
ntness.) withdraw from its ranks and
join the enemv. While ntmiinallv
democrats tney are in tacr, only spies
on the proceedings of their fellows,
ready to betray and desert them when
ever they difter with them ready to
transfer themselves and their friends
(who may be willing to follow) over
to the enemy, rather than submit then
opinions to the decisi m of their parly
associates. A party thus bound may be-
said to hold together by the strength
of ropes .of sand. The facility wit!:
which discontent could be foment-
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be hunted by the restless
passion of mn. Thev would snliut
off on m:'ii as wed as measures snlinf
a methods or non-essentials as easily
.is on essential-. It would be like an
army in which desertion was at a pre
mium and fidelity and devotion at a
discount. L:ke a church whose members-were
governed by social relations
rather than l; fixed? principles oi
doctrine and belief. Clever fellows
who would work with us today and
work with the devil tomorrow By
common consent of well organized
parties the world over, these sort of
men are denounced as unworthy to be
the members of any party. By com-
r l a. ' i ft i
mon consent it is airrceu ttiat men
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! onJ.t tw m ;ko thtr betwewi
fV I Srt h!?ld1ane ".
j??" thfirA f:" h Wi S,1L ning
tiaelity and truth. There can be no
reliance nil party as a means of prevent
in ; or correcting political evils unless
its members are held together by great
principles, and not likely to be broken up
oy questions ot mere policy.
Deserting soldiers of an armr, incut
such terrible odium .'is to subject them
to an extreme fate.
The church man who trifles in reli
gious matters lose cast in society and
his own self-respect.
And shall perfidy in po'itics be re
garded as a peccadillo. Are they the
men who save the State from evif.
It is said that the Grant monument
fund, instead of growing, is at a stand
still. The Monument Association have
thus far raised only $125,000 rf the
proposed $1,000,000, aud a member of
the monument committee says, "There
does not appear to be a popular senti
ment now as there was at first in tavor
of a monument or other memorial."
So it will probably be a $12,000
monument unless Congress can be in
duced to make up the deficiency.
The celebration of the 4th of July
at Rocky River Springs is expected to
be grand and glorious. Rev. H. W.
Battle, vf Wadesboro; Rev. J. C.
Ro we, of Albemarle; D. A. Covington,
Esq., of Monroe, and Rev. C. H. Mar
tin, will deliver speeches on the occa
si u. Music by a brass band and a so
ciable at night Mr. William Whit
ley, of Stanley who is 114 years old,
will oeon the grounds. Three thou
sand people are expected.
The George-McGlyun land doctrine
as expounded by the reverend father
inhere given in his own words :
"I would bring about instantly, if I
could, such changes of law all the world
over as would confiscate private property
in land without one penny of compensa
tion to the miscalled owners."
.What do you think of it, working
inch of Howan ?
Ot tiie 8100.000 appropriated an
nually by act of Congress for distribur
tioa among the several States and Ter
ritories to arm and equip the militia
North' Carolina will tnis year receive
; - Hie m ;n ino can uot see mat p:-o-
i hi have !i4reiidv een siibsenhed
T'-e CSer'-Hr OWi-rif h-
-l ..t Vviv.r.-.te v.avi vtt iiafs crone o
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i T tV i ",..u ",uHO.ngnt thj momin Ly the arrest of
. n. ijv:ih i ctiine him 1 'r.C;or
Out of the class of 64 recently grad
uated from West Point, John H. Alex
ander, a negro, attained the 32d place;
. , , , , ii. i j i collection is givcu a prominent place near
A young lady stands at the heal Mthe public entrance to the buildiu-, and
a class of nine physicians graduated
at thp Syracuse University Medical
The Shelby .Yen- Era says: Mr. A. G.
Gamble, who lives en Pcrsin:mcn Creek
while in a fodder house on his place last
Thursday, found a large rattlesnake with
its teeth in his trousers and wrapped
around his lest. He finnllv succeeded in
t,kil!ing the reptile, which had three rat
tles aud aajutton.
Lexicnton Dinxttch: Last Friday, while
Mr. Jefferson Craver's cbild was -playing
In the yard, at Reeds Cross Roods, it was
bitten in two places on the hands bv a
copperhead snake. The child's parents
at once hastened to town for medical aid,
but the child suuercd so much that it wa
thouirht it would die. At last account
however, it was improving and was in a
fair way to recover.
A telegram to the Xecs-Observer, dated
Washington, X. C, June 8th, says:
Mr. Paul Lincke, a former resident of
Raleigh, and for the last few years over
seeing the interests of Col. Shaffer, in the
lower part of this county, was shot and
killed while asleep in his bed at home
hist night by Wm. A. Potts, Jr., who
nakes a confession which probably im
plicates Lincke s wife. Mr. Potts is a
young lawyer of brilliant attainments
Tarpin Hairston a'colprod man who
live at or near Walnut Cove, seeing a
crow in a mud hole near the road and
making considerable fuss, thought he
would see what it was doing there, iroing
near he found that the crow did not fly.
lie then went into the water and caught
the crow, and upon pulling at it he pull
out a large turtle holding to the crow's
feet. IVUton Seetincl.
The Hams-Democrat says: We saw iu
the Museum at the University of North
Carolina, last week, ninety-two specimens
of different kinds of Norlh Caaolina birds.
They were killed near Chapel Hill and
Stufied by Prof. Holmes. The varied
and bright plumage was really wonder
ful to behold, and the neat manner in
which the birds were "put up" reflects
great eredit on the Professor.
Asheville Citizen: On Friday evening
the wife of Mr. J. H. Carter was sitting
an her porch in conversation with Mrs.
McDonald, when a violent quarrel broke
fut iu tiie street between two negroes.
One of them lired a pistol at the other,
!ie ball of which struck the wall of Mr.
Carter's hou-e, burying itself only a few
Inches above the head of Mrs. C. The
trrownes of her escape makes one s'.iud
ler at th
imminence of her danger.
Nevs-Obaerver : It appears that a cer
tain club of South Carolina baseballists
has come into our State and "goose-eg;-ed"'
everything that has stood up before
it. Now we rise to ask if the young men
of North Carolina are going to permit a
continuance of that sort of thing? We
bave no clear understanding of what a
"'goose ejrg" is, but presume it a bad egg,
and we do not propose to have the bad
ggs in the matter of this latest invasion
all moving in the Same direction that is
to say, against the fair fame of the State
if it can possibly be avoided. What
are our North State basc-ballists thinking
about ? Does the tar on their heels pre
vent their running the bases? Perish the
thought! Let our bovs get some of the
tar on their hands and so make a inutl
air Kerr Craije Appointed Collectcr
Siecial to the Charlotte Chronicle.
Washington, June 14. The consolida
tion of the internal revenue districts re
aiainsna ordered by President Cleveland
xseveral weeks ago, but there is a mighty
change in other respects. -f-
Mr. Kerr Craige, of Salisbury, has
been appointed collector of the new 5th
i The appointment was made this after
noon by President Cleveland, and settles
the business so far as Maj. Dowd and Col.
Boyd are concerned, Kerr Craige is collec
tor of the Fifth District and Mr. Yar
borough is collector of the Fourth Dis
trict. The fight over the collector-ship was
brief but hot. Senators Hansom, ami
Vjmce aud Hon. John S. Hendersou
strongly endorsed Mr. Craige aud urged
his claims successfully. This turn of al
&ilrs was quite unexpected, as everybody
siened satisfied that Col. Boyd would
establish his headquarters in Charlotte,
indeed, Col. Boyd had gone so far as to
yisit Charlotte and examine several
hou-cs with a view of selecting a location
for his offices. All this will probably go
for naught, as it is believed here that Mr.
Craige, the new collector, will locate the
ofnec in Salisbury. However, there is
some uncertainty about this, only the
probabilities point strongly to the loca
tion of Mr. Craige's headquarters in Sal
isbury, lit? home.
Arms for the South.
Washington June 10. Regulations
have been framed by the war department
for the purpose of carrying into effect the
act of Congress making an annualjippro-
pnation to provide arms and equipments
lor the militia of States and Territories.
Under the apportionment of $400,000 ap
propriated last session, the following
sums go to Southern States: Alabama,
y.216; Florida, J,6S6; Georgia, $11,059;
Ivuusiana, $7,373; Mississippi, $8,21)5;
North Carolina, $10,138; South Carolina
68,293; Tennessee, $11,059; Virginia,
Possible Homicide, at Oxford.
Oxford, X. C, June U.lt. F. Kivett,
son of A. J. Kivett, of Henderson, aged
about sixteen years, was fined to-day be
fore Mayor T. D. Crawford for stabbing
Dr. J. 1. Williams' fourteen year old son,
Buxton, last night. He was put under
a thousand dollar bond for his appear
ance at court. Young Williams is still
alive, but is in a critical coudition.
The trouble was the result of a boyish
Coffee Market Verging on a Panic.
New Yokk, June 13. The eoffee innrktt
iapt-ned excited this morning at 1 20 points
ndow Saturday s c'ose. The market is
tferging on a panic with rumors of failure
r b tcli cannot "t be confirm d. At 2:40
p. in., it was announced at the coffee ex
change that !. G. Arnold & Co., one ol
the bigL.ect hou-.es in the trade, havi
i A Poor Pellow Pays Another's Penalty.
! 3It. Sterling, Ky., June ll.-Thoiact
.'a. lUiat an iunoceut man was sent to prison
.t!...u. u jj, j r , r
where nc died for another o crime came
i . uvui
James Thompson, a noted, horse thief.
Washington, D. , Juue 10, 1S37
Your correspondent spent an hour in
tbe National Museuai thin morning look-
Vug at the Grant reiW; recently . placed j
there us a loan from MrS. Grunt. The ;
is varied, valuable, and Very handsome.
Many of these articles were presented to t
Gen. Grant while aoroad on his tour
around the world, some from Congress, I
and the -remainder from corporations ami :
individuals in the United States. I will
enumerate some of them
Freedom of the city of Glasgow, gold
casket; freedom city of Ayr, gold casket;
casket for address and welcome of Strat
ford -on-Avon, "made with mulberry
wood from the tree planted by Shaks
peare at New Place, Stratfo;d-upon-Avoiii"
freedom city of London, gold
easkct ornamented with a view of the
Capitol at Washington, Grant's mono
gram, arms of the Lord Mayor, view of
entrance to Guildhall, figures represent
ing city of London, and other designs;
freedom city of Edinburgh, silver casket;
beautifully engraved invitation card ana
silver envelope for grand ball, San Fran
cisco; several other cards of similar na
ture in gold and. silver; gold model of the
table on which General Lee signed the
articles of surrender at Appomatox; gold
medal presented Grant by joint resolu
tion of -Congress for the victories oi
Donelsou, Vicksburg, Chattanooga, ami
other places on the Mississippi, intrinsi
cally worth more than $600; one gold and
one gold-cnaincled cigar case; number ol
Lgoht headed -and other canes; four swords
with jeweled hilts and gold scabbpards;
marble bust of Grant; beautiful Mexican
fonyx sideboard, presented by citizens of
Pueblo; Japanese embroiderea picture ol
cock and hen worked iu silk on white
silk crape a line piece of needlework;
bronze and other vases, rare old bowls,
curious and ancient ware, etc., etc. Upon
the wall near the glass cases which hold
these relics is a large oil painting ol
Grant and his family, and a little further
along arc several cases filled with relics
of Washington but I wil not speak ol
them here. T. II.
Items cf Trading Ford.
There is much ado here now.
The golden grain is moaning beneath
the cutter's scythe.
Crops are line.
We have in our vicinity two churches,
two stores, a steam saw mill and a cotton
There are two sabbath schools carried
on by able superintendents during the
This is a healthy locality and popula
ted by a people ol line morals, and intel
ligence. The farmers here understand their
business and know exactly how to tun;
gold out of the ground.
There is an academy well furnished
here where a good school under the su
pervision of Prof. A. W. Owen has been in
session for some time. Friday 10; h it
A lively debate was anticipated on
Friday night, but nature grew sympa
thetic, and wept for the side' she knew
would be. defeated, thus Hooding the
earth so that the debaters were kept
Miss Jenny Klnttz has returned fron
Mt. Pleasant where she has been a:
school, also Mr. C. Windsor from Y. M.
S. Academy, of Stanly county.
This is a splendid place for a village.
Very respect fully
June 13, 1S87. Amicus.
Chicago, June 13 A linns pci inl from
fiicson, Arizona, ?a : The hostile m
supposed to lie in t lie end of the Sunt a
Ctal tun moiinfiiil.b as their signal snn ke
has been distinctly een. The troosol
cavalry nre operating in ihut locality.
Over one hundred rih!ii) bucks are out,
all well armed. The chicl of the Avarapia
Apaches says there will lie a lug Indian
war; that ni" ro than lour hundred warriors
will socn be in the Held, all with oot tins
and plenty f amniunat ion. Nearly all his
omig bu-ks joined the hostile. Allot
the mountains have been tired The Indi
ans say this vr as done to sto. the t rop from
iiHinti the hclioyiaph siMiid fls.sh. 'The
crest id the Santa Catain.us lasl uiht was
abiaze for 15' miles.
Heavy Loss in a Sug&r Befinery.
Brooklyn, N. Y., June 11. A fire broke
out at half jmst one o'clock this morning
in Havemeyer's Green Point Sugar lle
finery. The flames spread quickly and
by time the firemen arrived the entire
building was in flames, notwithstanding
the fact that 16 engines, four trucks and
two fire boats were present. The flames
could not be conquered until the entire
building was almost completely destrov
ed. Loss estimated at $1,000,000.
Buying Mineral Land.
Lynchburg.; June 15. Maj John W.
Johnston, of Birmingham, Ala. in connec
tion with Kichinond lapitalists forminc
a nyndicnte. hn purchased a Inrre tiael
of.inmeral laa "s nevr Buchanan, Botetourt
county, Ya. .Nvuhern men intensted in
building .thp Yirginia Western Railroad
have also faken an option on immense
bodies of mineral properties near the same
Carlisle Pa., June 9. An attempt was
made to:day to wreck the 4:30 p.m.
Westeijn .express on the Western Mary
land Railroad.,, A yjwmg man was walk
ing along t tic track between Shippenburg
and Cliamberburg and found four tics
piled across the rails. The train was in
sight going at full Foeed. He opened his
umbrella and waved it frantically. The
enginer saw it,. put on tne oraKes ana
succeeded in stopping his train within a
few feet of the ties. There was a large
number of passengers on the train. The
officials are making strenuous efforts to
discover the perpetrators.
Memphis June 9. At Barlett, Tenn..
yesterday, while Dick Smith, a ten year
old eolored boy, was left in eharjre of an
infant by his fioBter parents he look a
double barreled shot gun and blew its
brains out. It is supposed he did it out
of revenge for a flogging administered to
him yesterday morning. He says he
don't care what they do with him so long
as they don't bang him. The boy is in
To 'lreain of a ponderous whale,
Erect nn the tin of hi tail,
Is t he fcin otann
(If the weather ia warm).
Unle. it should happen to tail.
Dreams don't amount to anueli. anyhow
Smesins however are ini'ailialde. If you
aro eoittttipated, with no Sppelite, torture i
nilh sick UcUche and billions symu.ouu. ,
se siiiU iiidiCiife lliiit T.U nre i Dr I
rne I'u -ant riiriritivc n urns. in
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1 NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STOP.!-
K EE PEES.- r
I guarantee Shrir.erV Indian Vermif age !
to destroy and expel worm from the ha-
man body, where they exist, if nsed ue-j
cording to directions. You are author-
iized to sell it upon the ahove conditions.
David E. Foul, Proprietor, Baltimore,
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SSSStStu 1 1 l lce W :
Tlw pnbhemnft liave been sitting down
on barbed-wire fences. '1 wo wire fence
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manufacturers have recently made assign
ments in the West.''
Chronic Coughs and Colds,
And all diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
can be cured by the use of Scott's
Bmnliion, as it contains the healing
virtues of Cod Liver Oil and Hypopbos-phitc-s
in their fullest form. Is a beauti
ful, creamy Emulsion palatable as milk,
easily digested, and can be taken by the
most delicate. Please read: UI consider
Scott's Emulsion the "remedy pr.r excel
lence in Tuberculous and Stromuous Af
fections-, to say nothing of ordinary colds
and throat troubles' Y. 11. S. Con
XELL, M. I)., Manchester, O. '"I am us
ing your Emulsion Cod Liver Oil wiifi
Hypophosphites for an ajfTection cf my
throat, and the improvements were
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F.tOil THE GOVEICNO:: OF LOUISIANA.
BAT..N lidl'UR l.a.. Jan. i3. rS6.
Mr. A. It. IIawkkr: Dr-ir sir i xlcsire io le.-iMo
lo thegreal superiority o oui cry.it.lliz (1 L-.-a-es
i aey coiniili): re.it brim ney vnh soiii(.ss n.n
tie.is-autne.-;-. to tUe-tye, tuore l'.unanv I havpcvei
'oana. s. n mcIcxkrv.
Cow. oi L.iuibiuna.
RE JO M.: EX DEO RY ROV. IREI.AXO.
AfSTIN, TfcXAS, Aug. IS8?.
To Mi'. A. K. Mav.k.S: Dtir iir It fives m-.leastii-'.
los'iy ih.it 1 u pu using j oui .i.s.-.c .-
Lorso ue time east vvtiu imiea a tislaotlou. J'ci
lleainess, softness, aau lor ail pui-,iot,es uiteud'u.
i.liej a iv i.oi sur,assd liy any tnal 1 hxve cvei
vvoro. I woum rt comint ru; tin m io ail who want a
saOiior j;lasi. 1 atu veiy res.tei lullv youis,
Govorr.oi oi Tc.a..
EX-OOVERXOR HUHlt.MMl SAYS.
Acs-tin, i x.-s. March s, is?;.
MR. A. K. Hawkfs: O nr.lirl amamch ptoas:-
d with I'm-; tuiu.-op;c s.a.-sea you so p'Tlc, il
id.ipU'il to my c es: .vi litiieml am cnalul
read, is In uiv omii, iiij Unobi julut witli the
rre.iies! p l ci vrfully rfi-oainieuU Uu-in to
tUt paU.it. Ki-specllu.lv.
I-. U hUHR i;r.
(Kx-Oovernor of Texas) MtnLsu i to Japan.
New Vokjc city, A.p li 7, is-j.
Mt. A. K. H wk::s: bir tyr Your patent eyc
1 it vs r.-eelved some lime' since, -anil i ta very
ii'l'.-ii rr ilUl d at tlie won lerful Lliaiijre t!iat lias
jom over niy f.ve-sltrhl sii.ee 1 have I'.lcirJed my
!d slasses, and am now wcrtrnr e :-.
AI.kXAX. K't ATAIf,
nxnt Hoftf Manufacturer and Scy st.m-jae:B'
lkKini of l'r.i c.
All ees 3ttf-1 an l trie ;i: sfnarr-h'oct; Xry
I. S. STUZRE. r racist,
S 1! 'i in . X. C.
Thee. ytasses are not supplied to peddlers at . ny
o . a O 4 fifs&i rfAMuXx ifmStt tii&jtti
dg i t) 11 S 11 O it S 11 O E SN'
fVIExO H S U () S O
II S II O 121
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R () S T O O O
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r s o r
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VG R O S T O O O T S
SH S R O S T O T S
O R S vXl s
Vfi II n C T C f T O If
O H S R O S O R S 11 O
(36 E O If S R O R S II O R t&A
kri a trrrVtJ Vk 1 IVVil.vJllrmri & Knan-w . . "
The sentence BOOTS
or SHOES in the above
square can be read in
ys, but a Greater Number of
be saved in a vear as
For baying BOOTS or SHOES at the
close prices always made on reliable
J. Z. SCHULTZ,
The O,'I0 PRICKI) Denier
SALISBURY, N. C.
A GOOD 0FFEE!
I will GIVE AWAY
Warranted to stand and hold its eolor.
with every Watch left to be repaired that
amounts to $1.23 and over, during the
month of JUNE only.
I GUARANTEE ALL MY WORK FOR
And to Give Entire Satlsfaeliop.
Manufacturing of Cold and Silver Me
dals, Badges, Wedding Rinjs. and Jewel -
ry of all kiuds, and Engraving clone in an
artistic manner. Uocus ordered bv eati-
logue and selection, packages of Watches '
I and Jewelry v. ill receive prompt-alt eu- !
Call enrly nnd seeure Ai's baifafn..
W. II. REL1NKT?
' The Jkwj:t ::p
; TV,Hetween Fmithdf-nl and Uuorbaum';'cDa
Tlits powdernerer varies. A nsarvel of er.ty.
strenztn ani irlinlesfmieness. More economica
than in-ordln:inf kinds, and cannot be uld In
.niiviiilon with tiie multitude o! 1 w test. lirt
weiffUt. alma or p!iosihate powderR. -col(! or-iy in
as. Koyal Uasisu r,owiEni;o..Jo6 all si
V. For sale by Bingham &. Co., Young & Bos
tian. and A. C. Harris.
G.ves Relief at ouee
COLD in the Head
Xot a Liquid, SituJT or
I'oirtte . Frit from I up.
riuiis Driict.i m l Ojfimii
A nartlcleof tbeltalrh la aip i d intoeacn n'ni
is agreeable to u.v and Is quickly absorbed. II ctu
ill . cleansing tbe mis il pass.igtsof catarrlial virus
auslnz bealtliy sc reiions.
It allays pun an1 infl irnfttlon. pi-otef s the uiem
bran tl linings oi tbe li ad from addlOot al colds,
-oinpletely iie;.lrs the sores aiul te tores t':e ' ise
r taste and smell, it. reCcl.il re uits are re..ll2 d
a tew iinpl!. atio. s.
A thorough treatment wi'l rurt.
Prl -e -,o cents it iirjrits; by mail, registered, 60
cents, t'ir altars sr-nt t f-.
ELY BUOTnE.tS, Dragslsts, v-wego. N. V.
The Latest Xetifs !
Have opeiv .l a FIIIST CLASS STORE in
l. Mnrpliv's biiililinL' mi Fiher Ktr et. un
iler the Wr.tchmaii office, where they are
in-1 in- an entire NEW STOCK of
A I verv low , ie. s fir c:;sh rr barter
They liny all kitxU nt piixlnee ail ia tin
highest mat kit pi ices' Mn Goods or Cash
Do lud fail to uivf t In in a ca'l. Your !1
friend I). ?. Jci.i.vs will be on ban I to
w ait on vmi in his usiiai iileasani w a .
I C.i .
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only 3 SKAIl.i:SS
Shoe in the nortU.
FtncEt Oulf, iorfHt Pi!, and
warraiited. I'oiMrrcss Ktiilon
aiid J.ace, an stvlca iw. As
,-lisll !'! il!iralik
t!i se cixllns or sr.. .C
Wi.5) SHOK f et8
tl: fc! Shoes a.ivcr-
l i --.i hv oilier
H&1B1M4 Ml MOW nf ri(k Kb'. j
B its all rrcir theVT. J.. DOTTC1L.AS 9? SHOE.
If iir rlea'i'i" i'os n kw; lliein. wnil nmr iiameon
postal to VV. JL. I)Ol Cl..iS, nrccktun, Mass.
OPEN YOUR EYES!
We have the larjjost and best selected Stock of Dry Goods, Press Gotxls, Notions and Drn
Trimmings ever . bror.jrlit la the city.
We cordially invite th? trade to call and examine for themselves. You cannot afford to p
u l.-v. ' . .
. .. . .. s, i-i ii-
Emhr.Tidered French Rxtite Robes, worth $4.00, for $2.00.
Set .Swiss Etuoroidcrj! at fifty cents on the dollar.
Five cent Lawns can not be equalled;, t.vcnt v-scven inches wide; fine stock. A full
line of colors.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
fei i 41 ST i m I ' :i t n ,1 . . .v . . wt n r i1
wf i j I ft IV I 11 1 1 (II Ii H 1 1
. SolM wmu. i I S II 3 11 II II 1 I II T 1 1 I I II I .
v m. m .a a il w II U IF U JI 11 IF I III t; II FJ
CURTAIN RODS Drass.botT, Walnut and Ash.
SHADES Iq all Color.- and Quantity.
Vard Wide Scrim for 10 ctf.
-r Towels at 5 cts, a piece.
Checked-Nansooks at 8j cts., worth 13J
Special Bargains in Parasols:
Yanl Wide Bleached Cotton at 8 cts.
A EPLEFDID LINE OF GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Gent s biR-n Handercbicf? at half rir.
to ut LadieV, M;.se aiul Children's Slot', all grodes and quality.
1 T TT T "XT T x T
'1 J LVvJiA lit Y
Hau just suceeetled
A LAICGK LOT OP
TOILET tm LitBHJRY SOAPS
Away Dawn Bsdow Their TalU"
And making them at
PLACK THE LOT OX, THE
Do not delay to pirrchasc on account t
the quantiesve have, thinking
pick rtup anyTimc, for our 'fiSj
sell them out fast. - W"L
Ah There I Toilet 8onp, 3 Large Cuke.'
in box 10 eta. ke"
Fine Carbolic Soap per cake p)e
Colossal Toilet Soap per cake lUe
Cold Cream Toilet IrVaqKper cake lfto
Palm Large Bar Toilet Soup, bar 1&.
Imperial Toilet Soap, fine, per cake 10e
Athol Toilet Soap, large cake 5c
Lulu, 3 cakes, Toilet boat., in box V
Turkish Balh Soap, cake 5c ' '
Fo.xhead Soap, eake 5e.
Kan Ka Kee, shaving compound cake
LAUiN DRY SOAPS.
18 oz. pk., per bar Sc.
White Marble Floating Sor.p, cake 8c
Empire Olive Soap, huge bar oc
Bing Dang, 2 bars 5c.
Immense 4G oz. bar 15c.
Ciood. 2 String Brooms 13c, 2 for 25c
3 String Brocins l.'c.
3 String Velvet-Trimlug, hell made
4 String Yelvet-Trimitig, elegant 35c.
These goods are all full size an splendid
value, and are not picked up every day.
P.ACKETC. 0 D. STOSE.
Corner Main and Imiis Street.
Cottou, pocd mi(Idlinr,
Lt. low mkldiir.g,
44 Low grade,
Flour, country family,
Country baccn, hog round,
r. at ;
Co (ff 70
bi) w 1.(0
lb u 20
Pork, good, 78
Irish potatoes, good, "thtJ,
Lard, country, . y 10-
W'e have no satisfactory report ot the
Tobacco market, though there are al
most daily sales. The grades are deter
mined on the Warehouse floors, and unr
so various that any quotation given can
only tie regarded as probable.
and Walatecy Hat.
Ma cured at kfatXtk
out pain. Book of par
Uenlara tent F BEE.
B M. WOOLI.E V. Ml).'
Office C&M Whitehall St.
TEA ! :
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