OL XVIII.--THIED SERIES.
SALISBURY H. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1887.
mi ydlcal Discovery, and rood
fair skin, ouoyant spirits, vital strcngin, aua
toundncaiof constitution will be established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors,
from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption,
to the worst Scrofula, or Mood-poison. Es
pecially baa it proven its efficacy In curing
Putt-rheum or Tetter, Fever-sores, Hip-joint
Disease, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, En-
arjred Glands, and Eating Ulcers.
Golden Medical Otaeovery cures consul
ion (which Is Scrofula of the Lungs), by
wonderful blood-purifving. invigorating, and
nutritive properties. For Weak Lungs, Spit-
ting or moon. Miorrness oi isreain, urwi-nni,
Severe Coughs, Asthma, and kindred affec
tions, it is a sovereign remedy. It promptly
cures the severest Coughs.
For Torpid Liver. Biliousness, or "Liver
Complaint.' Dyspepsia, and Indigestion, it la
an unequalled remedy. Sold by druggists.
JHTU PIERCE'S PFM.ET - Autl
Bilioim nnd Cathartic.
25c. a vial, by druggists.
HICKORY, N. 0.
CAN'T BE BEAT f
They stand where they ought
to, right square
AT THE FRONT!
It Was a Hard Fight But They
Have Won It!
Just read what people say
about them and if you want a
wagon come quickly and buy
one, either for cash or on time.
Salisbury, N. C.
St-pt. 1st, 183G.
T-o years ag I bought a very light two.
hore Piedmont wagon of the Agent, J no,
A. Bwydcn; have used it neary all the time
since, have tried it severely in hauling saw
Iiks and other heavy loads, nnd have not
had to pay one cent for repairs. I look;
upon the Piedmont wagon as the ln-st Thim
ble Skein wagon made in the United States.
The timber ut:d in tlnm is most excellent
aad thoroughly well seasoned.
Turner P. Thomasok.
Salisbu.it. w. C.
Aug. 27th, 1886 ;
About two years airo I bought of 3no. A.
Rayden, aoue horse Piedmont wagon which
has done much service anil jio part of it
ussyfrroken or given away and consequent
ly it has cost nothing for repairs.
John D. Hexly,
Salisbury, N. C.
Sept. 3d, 1880.
-Eighteen months ago I, bought of John
A. Boyden, a 2 inch Thimble Skein Pied
mont wagon and have used it pretty much
all the time and it has proved to be a $rst
rate wagon. Nothing about it has given
awav and therefore it has required no re
T. A. Walton.
Salisbury, N. C.
Sept. 8th, 1886.
18 months aao 1 bought of the Agent, in
Salisbury, a 2$ in Thimble Skein Piedmont
iwagon-their lightest one-horse wagon I
Save kept it in almost constant Use and
'during the time have hauled on it at least
75 loads of wood and that without any
breakage or repairs. L. It. Walton.
One Brick House and lot, on the corner
of Fulton and Kerr streets, about one
acre in lot.
-0he Frame House and lot on Lee
s One Frame House and lot on Main
Also shares in N. C. R. R.
Enquire of Mrs. H. E. and Miss Vic
toria Johnson at their home on Main
can furnish earn
large or small, in any
quantify .ior stocKins
Kor terms, auuress . it. niALti, hai
frAKTS of thefll'XAN BOUV E N E VKGKD. OE VKL
OPKI. STKNOiHBHEbJto.. U j tnu.r.inrr
iqnc .on. n.n .n mir Mwr, in rli to mou.
wwill t that Mmre it no gTidenco of hnmbng
n Um contrary, the arirwrtiaere am Terr
highlr indorwod, IjgMggtgd iwmm may tw
COUGHENOHR k SHAYSR,
FRESH MEAT AND ICE.
The choicest BEEF the market affords
always on hand. 60:3m
mm AND HEATERS.
COOK STOVES AND RANGES.
I have the best and prettist lot of Coal
and Wood Stoves ever offered in this
market, many of them of the latest and
most approved patents suitable for par
lors, dining rooms, stores, offices,churches,
school houses, shops and sitting rooms.
Large and small. Call and see them aud
49:1m. Wif. BROWN.
ACRES of good land. 0 mile
from Salisbury, cn the Concord road
terms reasonable for ash.
51: , PlXKNET LCDWICK.
More Goods Than'ttoom
We have now ready the largest Stock
of FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have
ever offered, and at prices, that to see
them is to buy, as they must be sold to
Our Imported Cashmers are the best we
have ever offered to the trade.
Big stock of Sacque and Dress Flannels,
Tricots, Henriettas and all kind of Dress
Fabrics. Plaid and Brocaded Cashmeres,
all wool filling, in all colors at 12 cts.
Ginghams, the best assortment in town
at 61, 8J and 10 cts.
Paut Goods, Jeans. Twcds and Cash
meres, from 10 cU. per yard to the finest
Underwear, in Ladies' and Men's, from
25 cts. to the finest Lambs-Wool.
Bed, All-Wool Knit Shirts, at unheard
of low prices of 65 cts. and up.
We have the BIGGEST STOCK of
prices. Come and see us before you buy
CASH or BARTER and sell vou at the
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
The Taxes for the present year being
due, notice is hereby given to the Tax
payers of Rowan county, that I -will at
tend at the following times and places for
the purpose of collecting the same. All
persons concerned are earnestly request
ed to meet me promptly nud pay their
Franklin Academy, Monday, Oct. 10th.
Unity, Bailey's Store, Tuesday, Oct.
Scotch Irish, Mt. Vernon, Wednesday,
Mt. Ulla, Sherrilt's, Thursday, Oct. 13.
Steele, Black mer, Friday, Oct. 14.
Salisbury, Saturday, Oct. 15.
China Grove, Monday. Oct. 17.
Atwell, Enochville, Tuesday, Oct. IS.
Atwell, Coleman's, Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Locke, Gibson's, Thursday, Oct. 20.
Third Creek, Friday, Oct. 21.
Salisbury, Saturday, Oct. 22.
Providence, Newsom's Store, Monday,
Morgans, Pool town, Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Morgans, Millertown, Wrednesdav,Oct.
Gold Hill, Thursday, Oct. 27.
Litakcr, Bostiau's X Roads, Fridav,
Salisbury, Saturday. Oct. 29.
C. C. K RIDER,
Sheriff of Rowan.
Just received a nice Hne of
Rhine Stone Combs, Ml and Hair
At PRICES that will astonish you.
Call and see them aijd
W. H. REISNER,
Subscribe for the
A HOME Company.
In all Cities, Towns and
Villages in the SoutV.
TOTAL ASSETS, - - $750,000 00.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Resident Agent, Salisbury, N. 0.
MTilALycrJ muW to ,..
H Tlr tien-m a lare proportion
rfllif rllrf! -ttfrl -r-'i11 'W
iutnndweroiestorHatoheaitiib7 use of Vk
prof. APUiuei nsr.TiiirrT5X
A Kr.dicalCurc tn
n'eakaeas HoSEmC al
Uioossad cases thny absolutely reaUya prsmstnraC
Mmd ana hmhM Ai'tm i mm ij tm f nil MMmMto:
ccrfoctand fall Manly Strength and Vieorous.Heelth.
Tolhoaa waoenflar front tha many Obaoora d ia wa
1rochs about bylntJiscrotioa. Kxpocnr. Ofr-Bria
AVorXtortoofraa Imlalfrenrn. vro nsk that yoa send U9
s-oir tinma with Btatment of roor tronhla. una soenre
TIUA h V ACK AO V. FREE, with nhtst'd Pam phlet.".
RUPTURED PERSONS can ha vo FREE
UnTrnan TiobiV.tr. Orraniofi
Decaun Yoaac or JUd-
Clothing for everybody at prices that
can't be beat.
Big stock of Boy's Clothing, fiom 5 to
13 years. Pants 50 cts. up, Suits $2.00
Domestics, Bleached aud Brown, 5, 6J,
7, 7, 8, 9 and 10 cts.
Calicos, 5, 6, 7 and 8 cts.
Jerseys at prices that sell them fast,
and more than 200 of them.
carpets, we nave more than au pieces
of the prettiest and best wearing Carpets
evev offered at prices from 20 cts. 75 eta.
Lots' of Rugs. N
Shoes, for everybody, all qualities and
sizes, from 35 cts. to the finest French
good things to eat iir town, at low
or sell, as we buy your produce for
LOWEST PRICES to be had. Yours
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on tha
i and Bowels.
AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR
Malaria, Bowel Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Sick Head acne,
Kidney Affections, Jaundice,
Mental Depression, Colic
Ho Household Should be Without It,
and, by being kept ready for Immediate use,
will save many an hour of suffering and
many a dollar in time and doctors' bills.
THERE IS BUT ONE
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
See that you get tha genuine with red "2"
on front of - Wrapper. Prepared only by
J . H . Z E I Li N & CO., Solo Proprietors,
Philadelphia, Pa. PKIC. 81.00.
Ban mm m a
Cleanses ths Nasal
tion. Heals the
the Senses of Taste
TRY THE CURE
is a disease of the mucous membrane,
generally originating in the nasal pas
sages and maintaining its stronghola in
the head. From this point it sends forth
a poisonous virus into the stomach and
thraugh the digestive organs, corrupting
ihc blood and producing other trouble
some and dangerous symptoms.
A parUcle is applie 1 into each nostril, and is
aereeable. Trice 50 cents at druggists: by mall
registered, 6' cents. ELY BltOS., i35 Greenwich
Street, New York.
A STB OM Company
William C. Coaht
h4e tluubia Knrf nil
bwaucStfi aaTrayrMbatwn andhailu!
TlEATatOrT. Cao Koatk, tS. 99 Uss.ll Bm. $7
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mro CHcama,
Trial Of our Appliance. Ask for Terms I
ovjo rt . i-wrun street, e x . injure, ICO.
. oocj not ntcrfer
W'tli aucacun tu Tuitixtt, cr eaiue nam
gr oriaoonenieiic la any riy Tonnded
JTcr ttWntM tnadiesl prineipfe. Brdiirct
fapplimios i to th amt of diataw kta aaacats
Innoenwi a fell without dUy. Theaatural
BY J. J. BKUXER.
"OLD UNCLE DANS.'
Old Vriginia Corn-Pones.
Sho, ye needn't tell me nuffiu' 'bout
cakes and ver pies.
Kase I'se made em' fo' d light you cber
Dc omiecks and dc salads and dc creams
am mightv fine.
But dere s nuffiu' like dc eawn pones for
. r -v a a a m a ""a a
fears HKe I kin sec meh aeah young mis-
tiss come runnin' down de paf.
Wid her putty cheeks a-glowin' rosy red,
An de sunshine a-kissiir ob her little sot
An' dancin' ou de brown curls ob her
I kin bear her sweet voice cull in', yes as il
it was to-day, .
To dat lazy nigger Gawgc, "whar I oe;
K.ac she savs du "Urompton people" am a
comin' up tie road -
An uey'll waut Aunt Lanr cawn poses
'Clar to goodness dev d come troopin to
yo' verv cabia' do !
Wid a "How dy, Mamma Liza, how ye
And deyld split dere sides a laflin' as dey
i rowed de copper cents
To de picaniniues hangin' roan' ter see.
Oh, de singin' an' de duncin' when de yello"
moon was full,
An' de cawntiel's ies' like a siller sea;
Wid ole Mose a scrapin' ob dc lid-die to dc
wniieuiesnr lumraeu ue uanio on jiks
Lor'! I done forgot mch ole self in t'inkin'
ob dose times,
An d folks at MasY Aleck's dat I see;
But de mos' hab cross' de ribber to de sluu-
in golden sho1,
An' de horu'U soon be toot i n' op for me.
Den, when meh white soul's carried to dat
blessed, shinin sho
An1 meh own dear Mi-ts Lucy's face I see,
I reckon dat de heab n I v food dey eat:
a roan' dc throne's
G winter tas' like angel cawn pones ter
The "Salvation Army" in Georgia
have made for themselves an odious re
putation, and have come to shame.
Workmen in a cotton mill at Klin,
Russia, rioted a few days ago, burning
the mill, many persons were killed.
Troops have been sent to restore order.
It is reported from Morehead, Ky.,
that more trouble is expected from the
Tolliver an J Logan factions, Armed
men are gathering ahd the worst is
&am. Branch, a negro who was
found guilty of larceny and sentenced
to five years in the penitentiary in the
Circuit Court at Chattanooga, Teim
cut his throat in the court-room
soon as the sentence was r renounced
He died in thirtv minutes.
The Municipal Council of Paris pro-
poses to grant 5,000f. to the widow of
the "ra me keener rJriirnon. who was
. a a t 1
recently shot on the Franco-German
w a i
frontier. The Grant will be accom-
panied by a protest against the widow's
assnivf inrr o i v inflpmnir.w ,fr'ni lhfSlZe.
1 -e j ,
It would appear ti om tnc following
a . . m aja
that there is at least one country in
wnrlrl wW WiaUn. l,nr tho
cuuiiigt; ua tucir cuuiicuvub tu tuc
subject of dogs. We quote from an
exchange the following with pleasure
Bavaria has succeeded in doing what
no other country has yet been able to
accomplish; she has practically stamp
ed out hydrophobia. During the last
seven years there have been only three
deaths of human beings trom hvdro-
phobia in a population numbering close
upon 0,000,000; and since la(5, when
the present severe dog laws came into
operation, there has never been more
than one death in a year. Previously
to that time deaths were very frequen.
Between 1863 and 1870 the death rate
from hydrophobia in Bavaria was never
less than fourteen in a year, and once it
reached the high percentage of thirty
one. The regulations which have
banished this terrible malady from a
whole kingdom are very minute, and
perhaps some little vexatious; but it is
assuredly worth while to take a little
trouble for so desirable an end.
Every dog in the country is bound,
upon pain of instant death, to bear
upon his collar a metal tally, upon
wbich is inscribed his number upon the
register of his district. The color and
shape of this tally, which is really the
dog s passport, are changed every year,
and the police are thus able to see at a
glance it the dog is "in order" Once a
month all dogs have to be examined by
a veterinary surgeon, and if they are
not in good health they are detained
in a kind of dog's hospital until they
recover. If an animal changes hands,
the transfer must be at once notified to
the police, and any breachlf the regu
lations even a delay of a few days in
the payment of the tax is visited by a
m - ma a - aa
heavy nne. The tax varies from three
shillings a year iu the country districts
to fifteen shillings in tbe large towns.
St. James Budget.
Some Things the Fanners Went
The Inter-State Convention of Farm-
ers. which assemoiea in tne city or ;
Atlanta, was a body of able men, and
represented thirty-eight per cent of the
entire agricultural population tf this
country. The languishing condition
f agriculture in the South the cau
se! which produce it and the hope of
nnding a remedy, brought these men
together It was a tru'y representative
body, and its action free from polit
ical motive and unswerved by looby
influence or manipulation may be
accepted as the calm expression of the
deliberate judgment of the great body
of Southern farmers. frominent
among its declarations may be quoted
the following, in bnef :
1. It declared in favor of so amend
ing the National Banking laws as to
remove the restrictions on State banks,
and in favor of the repeal of that clause
which prohibits the banks from accept-
. a 11
ing land as security lor ine loan oi
2. It declared m favor of advancing
the Department of Agriculture to the
dignity of a Cabinet position.
3. It declared in favor of the Inter-
State commerce act, as a wise and pa
triotic measure and of such added leg
islation as may be required to perfect
the law and make it effective.
4. It declared in favor of influencing
a , I
proper legislation by uongress in uie
interest of Southern agriculture, and to
that end provided for representation in
ingress which is to as
semble this fall.
5. It declared in favor of electing no
man to a Legislature or to Congress
who would not use his best efforts to
relieve the agriculturalists of their bur-
lens of undue taxation.
6. It declared that the true policy of
the Southern farmer is to make his
farm self-sustaining and make his cot
ton his surplus.
7. It declared in favor of the organ
ization of the farmers.
8. It declared that the crop-lien and
chattle mortgage system was a great
evil and should be abated, and that the
farmers throughout the South should
use all legitimate influences with the
Legislatures for the final abolition of
this pernicious and ruinous system.
W. It declared its unqualified oppo
sition to gambling in futures of all
agricultural products and in favor of
it a -high crime and niisde-
10. It declared in favor of demand
ing of the government of the United
States a financial policy that will cease
hoarding unbounded wealth in our
National Treasury, thereby holding the
rate of taxation above the needs of the
government and the ability of the peo-
pleand depriving us of a just amount
of circulating medium.
These are the principles, in part,
which the intelligent farmers of the
South hold very dear, and they will
work zealously to have them recogniz
ed. Jutleiqh Progressive farmer.
Measuring by ths Eye.
There is a wonderful difference
the power which different persons pos-
sess of estimating sizes and distances
. i ma i a
by the eye alone, the taculty or es
timating sizes and distances by the eve
is susceptible of wonderful cultivation
It is verv valuable when one wants to
pick out quickly an article of proper
t, .; - a
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. r, : a a.
wuicii, win uibcii luisitrou uue na iu tiic
rfil sizp nf an ohwcL
To niusirate this fact is given the
cut of a tnaDgle oelow, to most per-
sons the lines would appear as if they
were the same lengtn, or very nearly
' C J ' mt
so, but just measure them and see wha
dinerence there is in their
Georgia's Disreputable Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is rapidly get
disrepute in Ueorgia. 1 lie
Rome encampment was broken up by
the arrest of its leader, Henry Johnson
for attempted assault on Nora Magin
nis, a child ot eight years, ihe army
in Griffin was rotten-egged, and one o
the citv aldermen. Mr. lieorge, is now
under bonds for his activity in hurling
the missiles. In Columbus and other
places the leading female officers mar
ried and so scandalized the other
soldiers that they would not parade any
more. In Augusta three women de
serted husbands and children, causing
such indisrnation that the barracks are
now empty. In this city Nat Ander
son, the leading singer, has deserted,
and accuses his comrades of various
unmentionable crimes. Four families
have been broken op here by the army.
The man who goes into business
with the devil soon finds that his part
ner is soul proprietor.
In writing business letters use sim
ple, concise language. Let words count,
not long sentences.
A good listener is appreciated more
than a good talker.
How Mirrors Are Made.
One of the factories in Chicago em-
piovs somp loo men and bovs. and us
spacious four floors present an interest-
. . i a "a
ing series oi sights to t he visitors nerves
are steel and tympani proof against
splitting. On the first floor he will se
huge stacks and piles of glass in assort
ed sizes, ranging from 10 feet by 7 feet
squares down to the smallest ovals for
I mi ti a v
mirrors, i nese are ai poiisnea, some
being run over huge felt covered wheels
kept powdered with rouge, and the
felt like aF:m r's proof planer in
mncm Aftf aJL i ihnZZlAm
polished it is takjn up to the next floor,
n m -"V
where it laid on tables and cut into
the sizes ordered. It then passes into
the hands of the bevelers, who, with
sand and water and large grindstones,
artistically finish the edges of the glass,
it takes a trip upward again, to an
other floor, ana is once more put
through a polishing process to remove
any scratches or blemishes that may
be on the glass. After every spot or
scratch, no matter how minute, has
been removed, careful hands convev
Ml ... . . i , - m -
ia nnnr honlltttnl nnel flAimblinrt mi ..am I
r Z, Vu 1 u Vm
hnal nroeess. tnp si venncr. Hnat uhln 1
of cast iron or stone, made like billiard
aoies, witn raised edges, are used in
the silvering room. These tables are
of great strength and solidity, and all
iround the edge is a drain, for the su
perfluous mercury is poured over the
tables in quantities sufficient to float
the glass, which, after being tinfoiled,
is gently and carefully pushed across
the table containing the mercury.
Great care must be used to prevent
blemishes, the least speck of dust being
ruinous to the mirror. Mercury, like
molten lead, is always covered with a
tirtv-looking scum which-, cannot be
removed by skimming. The least bit
of this scum would spoil the mirror, so
tne aimcuuy is odyihkmi oj snoring
he scum along with the edge of tbe
glass. After successfully floating the
s?lass on the mercury, a woolen cloth
is spread over the whole surface and
square iron weightsare applied until the
whole presents a compact raws pf iron,
two or three pounds to the square inch. Wilcox, of Moore, lecturer; I). D. Mc
After this pressure has been confined Intyre, of Richmond, assistant lectu-
ortenor twelve hours, the weights
ire removed and the class placed uoon
. ii . y ..a" a i,i I
another table of wood with a slightly
inc mearop. ine inciinanon is grao-
ually increased until the unamalgamat-
ed quicksilver has drained away and
only the perfect amalgam remains, elected delegates to the National Alli
coatmg the glass and pe.fectly adher- ance which meete at ShreveDort. La-
ent. This ends the process, and the
erstwhile rough piece of plate glass
emerges from the silvering room a gor
geous mirror. Western Manufacturer.
Should be Contiuned.
The Wadesboro and Salisbury Rail
road should be pushed on to Salisbury.
It is a mistake to suppose that its con
tinuation will damage Wadesboro. On
the other band, it win be a benent to
i 1 1 '111 l r i a
the town. The only valid objection
that can be urged against railroads, is,
that thev render people less self reliant
that the small cost at which certain
articles can be delivered at their doors,
deceives them into the belief that such
articles can be brought from a distance
pViMrwr than thev can be nrodticed at
& Us pKa? Iroad
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Tko n,v,nla AcaVO tUmcialirac an it o
. . . . . . -
blgis convarteaintoan evil, thev
alone are to blame. The proper work
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parts our products at a small cost, and
not to bring to us one article which
we can raise ourselves.
Chickens, butter, eggs, corn and
wheat, sell, in Stanly County, for
from 10 to 25 per cent less than they
do in Wadesboro. Why? Simply be
cause those people have no ralroad.
If they had a railroad, these articles
would command as high a price as they
do here. Is it not plain, therefore,
that if a railroad would increase 10 to
25 per cent, the market price of their
products, it would prove a blessing. If,
Lorovor whaan fliAV art a railrnnrl fhv
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of supposing that the articles named,
and many otners, can be aeiiverea to
them for less than they can be produced
at home, the railroad will prove an evil.
What they want is a railroad to trans-
fer their products to bring bread and
meat to their doors. And that is iust
what Anson County needs railroads
to transfer elsewhere our products, and
not to bring one article of home
consumption which can be produced
on Anson County soil. We venture
that the people of Anson County, dur-
ing the past 22 years, have paid out,
tor freight alone, on articles which
they might have made themslves, not
less than a-half million dollars rail-
road freights. Suppose this sum of
money had been kept at home, to say
nothing of the cost of the goods4 pur
chased, what a difference it would make
in the financial conditon of the county
to-day. Railroads are a blessing. when
properly used; they become an evil only
when abused. Let the W. & S. R. R.
be continued, and let us nave as many
more railroads as we can get. We wish
every dirt road now running into
Wadesboro was a railroad, each with a
half-dozen children branching off from
ir. as ine interior is penetrated. :
Chronic nasal catarrh positi
Dr. Sage's remedy.
Raleigh Keys and Observer.
Clement Manlj Esq., of New Berne,
is in the city attending the Snpreme
Court In a pleasant chat with him
on yesterday, a reporter learned some
facts about the fishing indnstrv around
Beaufort nnd Morehead eft v. Thni
a large run of all kinds of fiish and the
catches are enormous. A school of
tliucka was captured a, day or bw
8iricc and though 450,C00 have ln
taken from X? JJZT. ' sP!
a supplying fertil zer factories sith
trpmpnrintis nnnn . ,.-r a
the fish are taken from the net thev
are piacea in mrge vats and evei v
ticle of oil is pressed from them, f his
oil has a good commercial value nnd is
a source of considerable revenue. After
pressing, the fish are spread upon large
flat plots of ground ts4 Then tiiev
art packed in sacks and sent to ihe
ferti lizer factories. This fish scrap
contains 12 or 15 per cent of ammo-
m - m :
The porpoise fisheries are also hav
ing fine runs. Thousands are being
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1" the ho, is so heavy
that two more factories are contempia-
.a . .. .. . "r.
ted for extracting oil and wnrkinir
skins. The business has increased
over 100 per cent, from last year.
There are large runs of other fish, sacbr
as mullets, mackerel, blue fish, 4c,
and the fishing section is on a bier
North Carolina. State Farmer's Alli
Raleigh News and Observer.
Col. L. L. Polk, of the Proaressire
Farmer, of this cTity, returned Yester
day from Rockingham, in Richmond
county where he attended a State
meetim? of the farmers' A Hinno Tha
body held a pleasant and harmonious
session off two days. A permanent
orsranization was oflWb. Kv fh .U-
tion of the following officers: S. B.
Alexander, of Mecklenburtr. Dresident:
Thaddeus Iw. of Rdvnn v-L
dent; L. L. Polk, f Raleigh, secretary;
J. D. Allen, of Wake, treasurer: Geo.
rer: Rev. E. J. Edward, nf r.,mfcw "
ind okoni.;. w U t .1;
aaaaaaaaaa . a, i uiiiiiiibuu, Ul
Cumberland, doorkeeper; R. T. Rush of
Montgomery, assistant doorkeeper; J.
s Holt, of Harnttfc. upmAnUUm,.
s. B. Alexander and L. L. Polk wre
on the 12th inst. The Alliance now
takes charge of the whole work in
this State. It closed to meet in Ral
eigh on the second Tuesday in August
Diseases Which Follow Anger.
In diseases of the heart, anger is a
potent agency of evil. If death does
not occur from a sudden, intense shocks
the organ is enfeebled by every fit of
passion. In persons of a plethoric habit
and given to excess in eating, and. in
those in whom the coats of the blood
vessels of the brain have been weaken-
by degenerative changes,agner increases
tne dan&rer of aooblexv. A vaript v nf
""" v"acrtScs 13 w iouow im-
mod;rate anger; among them ma, b.
mentioned paralysis, epilepsy and hvs-
other diseases is liable to follow
I tnna Ancrtr nr vinlant nr nnanvamiL.
I liU -"6r,1 "
ii- ! Ll. ua
different lunatic asylums both in
. . . . 1
Europe and Amenca,a preeminent place
among the causes of insanity. Good
Was America Ever Discovered?
At the time wire a Columbus started ia
search of the New World, nearlv cvt rv
man, woman and child in Europe insisted
that there was no New World to discover.
When he came back, crowned with success.
a large proportion of these good people ad
hered to their theory; and if they were alive
A a - a - . . .
10-uay many oi inem would doubtless in-
sist that America had never been discover
ed at nl1- A man win 8ive upanythiag in
th WOd TCSdlly tbaM pet tlieorv.
I n t 1 ai . 1 t a
example, iook ai uie niaiviuuais Who
I maintain tlml .nnciimnllni- mm
i,ie. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverv
has cured thousands upon thousands of
euses, and will cure thousands more, but
people can t give up their point.
Nevertheless the ''Discovery'; will cure any
case of consumpt.on, if take .n time.
Make all men provident, frugal, and
J self-denying; diligent, proud of work
and self-respecting; qmck to seize the
chances coming to their hand, and
eager to store up useful knowledge,
and when this has been done it will be
found that, with the departure of idle-
nesss, dissipation, ana ignorance, pov
erty has also disappeared.
1 suffered from a very severe cold in my
head for months said used everything re
commended but cotld get no relief. Was
advised to use Ely's Cream Balm, It has
worked like magic in its care- I am free
from my cold alter using the Balm one
week and I believe it ia tbe beat remedy
known. Feeling grateful for what it has
done for me I send this testimonial- Sam'l
J. Harris, Wholesale Grocer, 119 Front St..
two ootnes otij s uream Balm cared
tb w,ife of wel1 known U. 8. A. General
i also two army in Arizona of
There is nothing so necessary as
necessity; without it mankind would
have ceased to exist ages ago.