Colored Society in Maryland.
rnlfirorl wM'iVt v has rules us strict ns
the laws of the AleUe and Persians. It
fall of circles, and each
circle holds itself proudly above the one I
ifc Mow it. A colored aristocrat is
one of the most perfect pictures of con
scious exclusiveness that the world has
ever known. These aristocrats copy
the white folks closely, and rwdily
adopt any new kink that fashion fur
rushes. Their social entertainments
are really very expensive afftirs, and
the dressing on a scale of magnificence,
with a plenitude of color and an ampli
tude of corsage bouquets that the queen
of Sheba might envy. The youths try
to rival one another in the size of bou
tonnieres and expanse of shirt bosom,
while the maidens affect white satin
slippers and swan's down fans. The
"society events' are always described at
length in the weekly papers published
by the colored men for the colored peo
ple. These accounts are noted for their
thorough originality and big adjectives.
Baltimore Cor. Aew York Times.
Truhoid. Scarlet and Yellow Jfever
XmiIss, Dipthsria, Small-Pa,
Darby s Phosphatic Fluid will destroy
the infection of all fevers and infectious
diseases. Will keep the atmosphere 01
tuv sick-room pure aud wholesome, ab
sorbing and destroying unhealthy affluvia
and contagion. Will neutralize any bad
smell whatever, not by disguising it. but
by destroying it. Use Oarbys Pbospbatic
Fluid m every lick-room.
How to Boil Watar.
What is the reason that a cup of tea
made from the best brands, is often in
lipid, and coffee Mocha ami Java
mixed after passing through the or
deal of preparation, presents itself as a
nauseating compound ? This, too, in
spite of the emphatic assertion that the
water was boiling, "actually boning tin
it ran over." Charles Delmonico (an
undisputed authority) thus explains
the mystery: "The secret is in putting
good, fresh water into a neat kettle.
already quite warm, and setting the
water to boiling quickly, and then tak
ing right off to use in tea, coffee or
other drinks, before it is spoiled. To
let it steam, simmer and evaporate,
until the good water is all in the at
mosphere, and the lime and iron, dregs
left in the kettle bah! that is what
makes a good many people sick, and is
worse than no water at all."
Rsnsws Hot Youth.
Mrs. Phoebe Chcslcy, Peterson, Clay Co.,
Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
the truth of which is vouched for by the
residents of the town: "I am 73 years old.
have bees -troubled with kidney complaint
and latnoness for many years; could not
dress myself without help. Now I am fret
from all pain and sore ness, and am able to
do all my own house work. I owe my
thanks to Electric Bitters for having re
newed my youth, and removed completely
all disease and num.'
Try a bottle, only 50c. at Kluttz's Drop
It is human nature to desire distinc
tion in some shape or other. Even a
very small foot, or a very soft hand, is
better than nothing.
"Yes, my hands are soft," said a dud
ish young fellow the other night in n
small company, as be gazed admiringly
at those useless appendages. Then he
added, "Do you know how I do it? 1
always sleep with ray gloves on.1
"And do you sleep with your hat on,
also?" asked a pert your g lady
"Oh no," answered the dude, and
then he could not imagine what all
the rest of the company were smiling
A Gift for All.
Xa order to give all a chance to test it.
and thus be convinced of its wonderful
curative powers, Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, wili
De ior a limited time, "iven awav. i m.-
offer is not only liberal, but shows un
bounded faith in the merits of. this great
remedy. All who suffer from Coughs,
Colds, Consumption. Asthma, Bronchistis,
or any affection of Throat, Chest or Lungs,
re especially requested to call at Kluttz's
Drug Store, and net a Trial Buttle Free
Large Bottles $1.
"It's $1,000 in yonr pocket," whis
pered the . defendant's lawyer to the
juror, if you can bring about a verdict
of manslaughter in the second degree."
Such proved to be the verdict, and the
lawyer thanked the juror warmly as he
paid him the money. "Yes," said the
juror, "it was tough work, but I got
there after awhile. All the rest went
for acquittal." Omaha TForW.
Buckldn's Arnica Salve.
Thb Best Salts in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevet
Sores, Tette, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Cora, and ail Skin Eruptions, and positive
ly cores Piles,1 or no pay required. It U
guaranteed to ive perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents pet box.
For Sale by Kluttz & Co.
Raisiag a Herd of Buffalo,
A buffalo herd at Stony Mountain,
Manitoba, now consists of eighteen
bulls, twenty-five cows, and eighteen
calves. The owner started several
years ago with one bull and four heif-
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Purgative Pellets, Properly Prtaken,
Preserve Physical Powers, Produce
Permanent Physical Perfection. Pur
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A man may be truly merciful who
has not wherewithal to be bountiful or
It t kes a clever man to conceal
from ( there what he doesn't knew.
A Watch For the
"This is one of the cute it thing in
the watch line that has yet appeared,"
said jeweler Chas. S. Grossman, of New
York city, holding up one of the new
Swiss watches, designed foe the use of
the blind. "The old raised-figure
watch 's are clumsy, and the blind
people were constantly bending or
breaking the watch hands by touching
them. . In this watch a small peg is set
in the center of each figure. When
the hour hand is approaching a certain
hour the peg for that hour drops when
the quarter before it has passed. The
person feels the peg is down, and then
counts back to twelve. He can thus
tell the time within a few minutes, and
by practice he can become so expert as
to tell the time almost exactly. Tbey
have been in use about six months and
there is a steady and growing demand
For all forms of nasal catarrh where
there is dryness of the air passage with
what is commonly called "stuffing up,
especially wheu going to bed.. Ely's
Atm at m .
Cream Daim gives perfect and imme
diate relief. Its benefit to me has been
priceless. A. 6. Chase. M.D.. Mill
The bottle of Ely's Cream Balm that
t aa " r . a -
I obtained or you last summer has en-
tirelr cured my little boy of a ievere
attack of catarrh. Mrs. Sallie Davis,
Green Post Office, Ala.
A wise m in ought to hope for the
best, be prepared for the worst, and
bear with equanimity whatever may
HOW DO WEDiuOUa 6RAVES?
We must eat or wo cannot live.
This ws all know. But do we all
enow that ws die by eating f It is
aid we dig our graves with our
teeth. How foolish this sounds,
l et it is i earf ulty true. "Wo are ter
rified at the approach of the cholera
tnd yellow fever, yet there is a dis
ease constantly at our doors and in
our houses far more dangerous and
lestructive. Most people have ia
their own stomachs a poison, mors
alow, but quite as fatal aa the germs
of those maladies which sweep men
into eternity by thousands without
warning in the times of great epi
demics. But it is a mercy that, if
ws are watchful, we can tell when
we are threatened. The following
are among the symptoms, yet tbey
do not always necessarily appear in
the same order, nor are they always
the same in different cases. There
is a dull and sleepy feeling; a bad
taste in the mouth, especially in the
morning; the appetite is change
able, sometimes poor ami again it
seems aa though the patient could
not eat enough, and occasionally no
appetite at all ; dullness and slug
gishness of the mind; no ambition
to study or work; more or leaa head
ache and heaviness in the head;
dizziness on rising to the feet or
moving suddenly ; furred and coat
ed tongue ; a sense of a load on the
stomach that nothing removes ; hot
and dry skin at times; yellow tinge
in the eyes;, scanty and high-colored
urine ; sour taste in the mouth, fre
quently attended by palpitation of
the heart; impaired vision, with
pots that seem to be swimming ia
the air before the eyes ; a cough,
with a greenish-colored expecto
ration ; poor nights' rest ; a sticky
slime about the teeth and gums;
hands and feet eold and clammy :
irritable temper and bowels bound
up and costive. This disease has
puzzled the physicians and still puz
zles them. It is the commonest of
ailments and yet the most compli
cated and mysterious. Sometimes
it is treated as consumption, some
times as liver complaint, and then
again as malaria and even heart dis
ease. But its real nature is that of
constipation and dyspepsia. It arises
in the digestive organs and soon
affects all the others through the
corrupted and poisoned blood.
Often the whole body including
the nervous system is literally
itarvtd, eTen when there ia bc
emaciation to tell the sad story.
Experience has shown that there la
pat one remedy that can certainly
curs this disease ia all its stages,
namely, Shaker Extract of Roots or
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It
never fails but, nevertheless, no time
should be lost ia trying other so
called remedies, for they will do no
good. Oct this greet vegetable
preparation, (discovered by a vener
able nurse whose name is a house
hold word in Germany) and be sure
to get the genuine article.
orvz rr bt sevxx porroaa.
Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup hae raised me to good
health after seven doctors had gi vr
me up to die with consumption.
So writes R. F. Grace, Kurkman
ville, Todd Co., Ky.
as sauna or rr just r ttvx
"I had been about given np to
die with dyspepsia when I first saw
the advertisement of Shaker Extract
of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. After
nsinrr four bottles I was able to at
tend to my business as well ae even
I know of several cases of chills and
fever that hare been cured bv it'
So writes Mr. Thoe. Pull um, of Tay
lor, Geneva Co., Ala.
woai'a tun notxaas a aoma.
Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the firm
of Erans k Bro., Merchants, Horn
town, Accomack Co., Vs, writes
thai he had been sick with digestive
disorders for many Tears and had
many physicians and medi
without benefit. He besran to
use Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup about the 1st of Jan.
1887, and was so much better ia
three Weeks that he considered him
self practically a well man. He
adds : "I hare at this time one bot
tle on hand, and if I could not get
any more vould not tales m Un
dollar bill or it "
AS druggists, or Address A J.
White, limikd, H Warren. St . I.
TBI WILMINGTON STAR.
BEHCTIOS IN PSIC3.
. . 1 50
THE WEEKLY STAR.
Jue year - . - - $1 00
Six month? - ; - - CO
Three months - - - 30
Our Telegraph News service. has recently
been largt-lv increased, an 4 it is our tietermi na
tion to keep the Sts up to the highest stan
dard of newspaper excellence.
AMrcss, . WM. II. BERNARD-
Wilmington, X. C.
Indebted to the undersigned, must come
forward and sett e their hills this Fall, as
it is impossible for us to practh e Medi
cine unless we arc paid for our services
In our absence C. R. Barker will re
ceipt for us.
J. WHITEHEAD, M. D.
H. T. TRANTHAM, M. D.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SEAM L
i in the worm, w
IS or nails.
Button and Lftce. all
trie toe. JUityliih &
sad durable at tboae V
all wear the
S S2.SO SHOE U unex-
eelled for hear v wear. If noi
If not sola u your oeaaer
writ W. I. DOUGLAS. Brockton,
St. Aug. 1st 1888.
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granit
Kow. D. A. ATWELL.
Agent far the "CardwcllTtreahcr.
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tt.
IS THOROUGHLY EQUirrXD
?oa max vabistt o?
1 ob Innttira.
a? big as a barn door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
Scfcnl an $t progrimmrs,
OF ALL aMJCDS
Court and Magisterial.
Orde-.s 1 fted anl restart ton ffaarant?eT.
Should he setl a Icr nion.ha before coaft&eaaeaC
end for book " To Moxatiu-," sulfal fraa
Ba4ftra&& P.Mirvs7a Co., A.laaia, Ok
mil ii.AS a. jm
MAKES i S3j
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ee aw ansa as em, rm a
WalnaniP M'nWI HiVHlPHV MP NS IP 1
I uiiiuuu xm ii ij wm wasa. co-prt..cmhip for the purpose oreonduct
By virtue of a decree of the Superior K JR9CFRY and PRODUCE
Court of Rowan county, in the caw 01 COMMISSION business, to date from
Henderson N. Miller and others vs. Oel- Mrh l887- Consignments especially
via L. Miller aud others, the undersigned i cited. irt t
will sell at public outcry, at the Court McNEELY &. TYSON.
House door in the town of Salisbury, on
Monday, the 5th day of December, 1887,
the following tracts of laud belonging to
the estate of Calvin J. Miller, deceased :
Oue tract situate in the Great East
Square of the town of Salisbury ou Ceme
tery street being the laud conveyed by
Mary L. Hudson and J. V. Hudson to
Calvin J. Miller, by deed dated 17th May,
1881. and registered in Book 89, page 196,
of the public Register's Office of Rowan
Also another tract situate in the Great
East Square of said town on Kt rr street,
being the laud conveyed by Benj. F.
Fralcy and wife to Calvin J. Miller, by
deed dated 19th March, 1885, aud regis
tered in Book 64, page fj08, of public
Register's Office of said county.
Also another tract lying on Kerr and
Lee streets in said town, being the land
conveyed by Benj. F. Fraley aud wife to
(J. J. Miller, bv deed dated 5th August,
1881, and registered in Book 6o, pnae
740, of the Register's Office of Rowan
Another tract situate in the South
Ward of said (own, on Lee street, adjoin
ing D. A. Davis and others, being the
land conveyed bv M. L. Holmes and wife
to C. J. Miller, by deed dated 11th Jul v,
1872, and registered in Book 46, page
330, of the Register's Office of Rowan
Terms of sale One-half cash, balance
in 6 months.
8. H. WILEY,
Bv Craige & Clement, Att'ys.
Oct. 20, 1887. 5t,
October 4th, 1887.
D. A. Ramsay and Tobias
The Royal Fire Insurance
Company of Birming
ham, Ala., defend
loss by fire
It appearing by 'affidavit and to the
satisfaction ot the Court that the defend
ant above named, the Royal Fire Insu
rance Company of Birmingham, Ala., is a
foreign corporation and canuot after due
diligence be found within the State, and
that a cause of action exists in favor of
the plaintiff and against the defendant,
which are within this State,. It is there
fore ordered that publication be made in
the Carolina Watchman, a newspaper
published in said county, for six succes
sive weeks, commanding the said defend
ant to be and appear before the Judge ot
our Superior Court at a Court to be held
for the county of Rowan at the Court
House in Salisbury on the eleventh
Monday after the first Monday of Sep
tember. 1887, and answer or denrnr to the
complaint which will be filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of said Court within the
first three days of said terra; and let the
said defendant take notice that if it fail
to answer or demur to said complaint
duriug the term, the plaintiffs will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded iu
J. M. HORAH,
Clerk Superior Court,
50:6t. Rowan Couuty.
Executor's Kale of Personal
Ou Friday the 11th day of November,
1887, at the late residence of Daniel Mil
ler, we will sell the personal property be
longing to his Estate, consisting of 3 head
of cattle, 5 head of shouts. 1 wagen, 1
coru shelter, 1 feed cutter, one-eighth in
terest in threshing machine, farming
tools, a set of blacksmith tools, a set oi
carpenter tools, and various articles not
Terms of sale Cash.
All persons indebted to the Estate are
requested to make early settlement, and
all persons having claims against the
Estate are notified that they must pre
sent them ou or before the 20th day of
October, 1888, or this notice will be plead
in bar ot their recovery.
C. A. MILLER,
L. C. MILLER,
Ex'rs of Daniel Miller.
Oct. 20. 4t.
COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE OF
In pursuance of a judgement of the
Superior durt of ltownn County, I will
sell at the Court IIou.e Door in the town
of Salisbury, on Monday the 7th. Any or
November 1SS7, at public nu lion, to ibe
highest bidder, the lollaaing described
1. A tract of land Mtuatc in Franklin town
ship, containing two hundred and sercnt
five 275 acres being the land conveyed
by T. F. Kluttz, Commissioner to Ann Mc
Neelv, bv deed dated the 17th. day of Dc-
cemtier 1886, and registered in Book 69 of
the Pullic Register' Office of Rowan Coun
ty. This is n part ot the Makay lands and
is known as thcSutJiu Tract.
2. Also three (3 1 town lots, width are de
scribed by metes and bounds in a certain
deed from J. C. Cowan and wife to Ann
Mr-.Nerlv, dated the 16th. day of Srptem-
er loco and Tempered in Honk 67 p"t
470, of the Public Registers Office of Rowan
Terms of sale The purchaser to nar one-
half cash and the balance in six months
intsrest un deferred payment at 8 per cent.
Dated Sept. 88th. 1887. 50 5t.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
Having qualified ns Administrator of the
last Will aud Testament of the late Win
Held C. Beaver notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the estate
of said deceased, that they must present
them to me on or before the 17th dnv of
November, 1888, otherwise this notice
wiH be plead in bar of recovery. AU
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to settle without del&y.
PAUL BAR RINGER.
ROSS & McGUBBIKS,
Ttfllle and Export
before vcu sell
The undersigned have entered into
The underpinned takes this opportunity
to return thanks to his numerous friends
for their natronaoe. and asks the con
tinuance of the same to the HEW FIRM.
He will always be on hand to serve the
patrons of the XEW FIRM.
27:tf J. D. McNEELY.
Ric'aMd & Mile Railnai Co.
Western North Carolina Di vision.
GENERAL PASSENGER DEPT.
Ashkviluc, N. C, Sept. 24th, 1887.
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE.
Effective Sept. 25th, 1887.
Eastern 75 meridian time used when
not otherwise specified.
Lt. Ckarlestea . set a. m.
Lt." August. i 5. -.5
LT. AUiiaia ?.
Ar. . ' Sparianbuif s.lt a.m.
Lv, Charlotte l.w p. at,
Ar. Sn.iriuubunr a.:u
Accommodation 1 .ssct.er
Lr. spananoaig s.5 p. m. i.se a. i
Ar. HeaUersnn-llIc MT s.n
Asiirviile .co T.uo
Lr. AsltevUle Mo
Ar. 'Lot Sprltiin . o
tKnovule l.es p. m.
EAST BO L SI),
tatoi r I siown
t 3o a m.
i. to p. m.
p Accommodalloo PaaseDger
Asfcevllle Kie a. au . a. m.
Beadersonvllle t.5s 1 1 .07
sparuDbuit; r.is p. m. roe a. m.
Hpartaaiuiv . S.lt
Charlotte ( .5 5 '5
A lar.t a isop.m.
Aajruaia ic.-o a. m.
Columbia S v
ti'entral setta merlrtlaa time.
FuiUxun Steeping Car betwrea Itct Springs and
SavanD.:h. via A. u. L. aad Cbartettton. TUrough
car bet ween Mont town and Charleston vU South
Carolina R. R.
J AS. L. TAYLOR, C. P. P.
W. A. WINBURN, A. D. P. T.
Richmond ai Danville BaM Co.
V. N. C. Division.
Passenger Train Schedule.
Etfective, Sept. 25th. 18S7.
. EABtern 75 th merldLtn time uh-ed. when cot
WEST HOU ND
, New York
i .onnel ,j S rings
t Knox villa
Pally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO IS
s us a m Leave AheTlll ....
10 15 krr Waynesvlllo
s s p m Charleston . .
& oj Jarretts
TRAIN NO 17
Arr 4 M p. ra
IS is a. ra
Leave 7 ro
A. A 8. Road.
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO, IS TRAIN NO 11
iwp. a Leave
1 17 Arrtvo
Spartanburg Arrive S IS p
Henderson vl He t 5S a.
Ashcville Leavo sis
Dinner Stations, t Central ( th. meridian ) time.
Pullman parlor ear between Salisbury A Knoxrllle
Pullo.an sleeping cars, on all night trains.
JOS. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.
W. A. WINBURN. Act'g D. P. A.
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watcaois saaj ha maS f ar u IN RKW VORti.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
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Trains Rux By 75' Meaidia Time.
, NO. 5.
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4 i harlot tt'svllle
Dally. t Dally, except Sunday.
On train no 50 and ST. Pullman EulTVt sleeper
between Atlanta and New York.
Ou train? and S3, 1'ullm: n BtUTrt Sleeper br
tweeu Washington and Montgcmeiy; Wi shlngtrn
and Augusta. Pullmau Sleener between I v 1 n.ri d
andGnensboio. Pullnrtan sieerei betutencreens
boround haleigb. lallman Parlor Car between
Salisbury and Kiioxviile
Through tlokctb on s.ile at Pilnclple stations, to
For rates and Information, apply to any agent of
the Comi any. or to
Sol. Haas, Traffic Manager.
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Mrs. J. P. fcowche.
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Begs leave to say to her r tt-nds and the lady ptttme
that she Is fairly weU settled la her new puCe. east
ead of Main street, aad readr to servs them iD her
specialty with best possible atl entlon and skUl. Do
the favor to c Ul. 7 January , issr.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Obtained, and all other business in ike U.i.Pateat
I viurraiM imra m mr pf oaeraie rers.
tor office is oiposite the B, S. PateDt Oflee, s ti
, we ran obtain Patents la less time than these re-
Semi Malel or drawing. We advise asio ns ten t -WW
WT ot H9l and taate J ciory mnltm tr
Weeter her to the Postmaster, toe Sunt of
Monev order liy... sod to offi ln!s f the V. S. Pat
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enees to actualciients in yotiros n Statror eoaatr.
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