: . . ,j' - - - . . : ! - , -' " , . . ? " , I.1; -7 :
S AHOBUBY, H. C, THUBSDAY, IIAECH 0, 1C
1.2--.--. V 1
I 1 1 -
Odd Pair of Spectacles.
1 Jrefcarcd to fit ATL cases of presbyopia (fr sig'at), myopia near sufuv;
M vf.it f ilefective vision. I have now a complete ia of ;...,.
IliST CLASS LENSES,
1 niAp: .v
and see ml an! go
Is fawn by tht BMel peculiarities i
L A feellos of wearlacM and paliM In Ui
I have fitted many eases vl" 6
Uhte a perfect fitJor money refunded.- I have ntted many cases v
f I i.d 'guarantee myi,iviVJio w ue liyy iuu vu
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATIONS.
away seeing and rejoicing,
Bad breath, bad taste In the month.
aad furred tongue. 4
Constipation, with occasional attacks
Headache, tn the front of the head :
nansea, auxiness, ana yellowness 01
S. Heartbnrn, loss of appetite.
C IHstentlon of the stomach and bowel
T. Depression of spirits, and great melan
choly, with lassitude and a disposition
to leave ererythins; for to-morrow.
A satural flow of BOe from the JJver
Is essential tm goeMi health. When this
it obstructed It results la
whieh. If neclected. soon leads to serious
diseases. BlramonsLlTer Regulator exerts
a most felicitous Influeneeover every kind
of biliousness. It restores the Liver to
proper working order, regu tales the secre
tion of bile and puts the digestive organs
In such condition that they can do their
best work. After taking this medicine no
one will say, MI am bilious.
VI hare bees subject to severe spells of Con
gestion of th Liver, sad have been is the habit of
taking from 15 to o grains of calomel which gen
erally laid me up for three or four days. ! Lately I
have bee taking Simmons Liver Regulator,
which are me relief without any interruption to
business." J- Hugo, Middleport, Ohio.
as our stamp in red on front of Wrapper
J. IX. ZeiHa Co, Philadelphia, Fa.
I Mt me down in pensire mood,
And thought upon each wasted year;
Hew on the shores at time I stood,
In doubt with trembling and with frar;
And to my boyhood days, I cast
A fond remembrance oVr the past.
The star of hope shone clear and bright,
When to the age of manhood grown
Afar I saw a beacon light
t That o'er my pathway brighter shone
The fields of usefulness were vast.
And still I pondered er the past.
And in the very prime of life
I stand amid the shifting scene,
With prospects and allurements rife,
And say, alas 1 ' It might have been ln
! This hollowed day I sit and cast
A lingering look back o'er the past.
Al . .u ff. Ha an. ,
I The Cowboy ft fee is. ;-
2TOT A GOOD 1I0RS2KAX, A3tD A
! VEBT IN DIFP EHEXT SHOT.
localities where capital cftn be proSta-lpingto Aiderxhet GOO saddles made to
My employed. It would be well if u order for tbe British government. In
influential ergaiiaitioni eoald be form- ,htt h wroarkable illostra
ed. repreeentine e4eryf konthem SUte, 9i r0?-
and supplied with 4bnndant funds, that dies has so derelopederfection and 1U TtS "P11 cowboy U not tt att
should establish eSces in London, Lit-economy in the American man&facture lVt? lxe Tj tRIJ,clf: "fing o
mA 1tr.M ; Rvi;n lot tbaartipl thai h imrr.m.nf luluVv' tfvnu uwnom 01 iiare-
other money centers
Holland and elsewhere.
would be agenciesfer furnishing such manshift, sends to the United States for
information as foreign capitalists would I saddles for its cavalry and artillery.
require. Tbe men at the head of an
' IsL.t a I . w ... I flO. 1 fTaa. ihfl hue liVoi oninxrt tttam
bf Germanv. in norsemen m Europe and ol the .V CzlTil . ; , " V r r ",M
, s it iai uin 111c. tie tHiKPa inirwaincrir on
, .11 of which rlrfi; Mli"r:Zl the subject the other day in St Ebuis:
organization of this character should
hare a national reputation for sagacity,
business ability and probity. Such men
as John H. Inman, and fifty mere that
niojrs dvinar with disease mifftat have
their bides taken off for tanning, but not
those butchered for bacon. Watchman.
A Tribute to Mothers.
It has been beautifully said of
II 1 1 a 1. 1 .1 " .
I find' that n central imr.r aiioii
Erevails throughout the country," said
e, Jthat they are phenomenal horso
menl and miraculous shots. Neitherof
these opinions are con-ect, although alt
have some foundation in fact. first,
si to their horsemansliip as far as
sticking, on and undertaking what can
ue aone in tne saddle eoes, they cer-
mign oe namcu, cuum, u u wuuw, i monsr ,,nat -sne is tne morning; and tainly are second id no riders in he
form a syndicate fr the purpose, whose erening star of life. The light in her world. For a Texas cowboy, to pick
;,flr... ki ia awerv finan. I eye is always the first to rise and sen- un his hat or a. silvm dnlUr from th
uneu, ana oiven. me osuvn sirwams more by far than at loir ism in hirri in foil rarr and inm
Sf V I - - mmm-
its seems small compared to autnonty. ext to omnipotence hers best of the riders can stand on the
would iheii be inaugurated. ' "trongest moral influence known saddle of a galloping horse, or pick up
i i'-'mM t pon earth. She has been called "the a coin lying on the ground on the left
e urge, prepare lor war I Dmmty of Infancy." She can shower side of the horse with the right hand,
ASTHOHG Compaij DB. james r. campbell,
J. RHODIS BROWNE,
' Willum C. Coast
Phjaieisui and Surgeon.
Offers his services to the people of
Salisbury and vicinity.
Office in Mcj. Cole's iron front building
corner Main and Fisher streets;
MM MSETS, - - 750,000 00.
ALLEN BE0WN, Resident Agent, Salisbury, H. C.
n BTTOUl .WCVWiti.i vf M ' v Tvrdd li J -TTi .IT BTSR
btVt la rasny T'siJJt,
ullrl Cent for
s umi i'bm cmj eea'
L. MnJ Tefl! for J
. . ... . . ViaiWIMJI u.
fT.thoaswJio suffer from thomev
tijSsrtiJfwse Iadolwv-s wi mA that roasendas
aj-K lor tar wow, aaa au ynoria,
dobs only nan nsnn wwtw
fi.n. r&jre & 84TRE RtmDf nitail
CbOI Umusboos. does not mtsrars
orincenTtpienceiasay way Fosaetd
teieasiSe tneavnu pnnetpica. By Aitmi
srationto the seat Of dimael to sMS
aeneeie feMtwithout oetay. TMtwni
or tbe ntnia ornamn 1 111,1 in.
W. B. BEACIIAM,
Architect and Builder,
I SALISBURY, N. C.
Residenco on Lee and Monroe streets.
T B. OOUNCILL, M. D..
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of this and surrounding communi
ties. I All calls promptly attended, day
or night. '
Mav be found at my Office,' or the Drug
I Store of Dr. J. H. Enniss .
him nn n.
of capital that would make the present I argument or courts of last appeal in I saddleilanket areeTery-day featC The
. 3 ' 1 I IL I 1. 1 1 11 M il ! - r m -.1
detelouraents seems small compared to i suumnii. iexi. 10 ommpownce ners i oest 01 tne riders canstand on the
. . - . li- 41. . ..1. t 1 :a 1 1 1 ji 11 1
i I trAimn W lIii mrvtl: tTpm:. nf ftll in- I a mrvaf i?iflRn1f fonf nrA nno nn) 11
s , nsw'w -w K-wMaH v m s ww s vsaaaawsav a, v we uijm vuv nuvi un
neetmrormUonatyArnenirarai flnences and from the time when she can ride bucking horses. But here
Association. first lans bar little on in Elvsinm hv I their hnism.nishin end' And Itcvnnd
rlaanintr it fcn her Knanm uif first, nar- I tKi thov an wan than ilio vrirt-
JWtia ta StatetvilU Landwuurk. 1 adise " to the moment when that child I tyro, because the cowbovs have faults
is inderjneVrtt of her aid. her amile 1 frnm whirh tln titrwt nnlinnrv nark
The agricultural association of Ire-1 her word, her wish is an inspiring I rider of the East is free. r will ven-
dell county met I at the eourt house force. A sentence of encouragement tare to say that-if a thousand Texans
Tuesday and VasWled to order by the or praise from her is a joy for a day. start on a long march, where speed w
president, Cel. JuttanAlUn, and opened mother's look, a mother's smile, or necessary, side by side with a United
i n-it as- j I l mothers word may seem but a small States catalry regiment, the latter will
with prayer. Fifty-two delegates were d insignificant thing. But more reach its destination long before the
reported present, representing 508 mem- mature reflection will bring it to a very former, and have its stock in service-
bers. Owing to fthe condition of the different conclusion. We might ask able condition while the Tiexan horses
roads not more tlaa half the strength the one who may be tempted to attach will be fit only for the boueyard. Men
a u : 1 u-. but little importance to the influence understanding less about horses and
of the association in the county was ftf thc mothe ik ig a little thing to ls able to keep their mounts in good
represented. Utheers were elected for fashion an, immortal spirit after a condition it would be hard to find,
the ensuing tear as follows : heatenlt model? la it a little thine to Accustomed to have a superabundance
President Coi Jdian Allen ; detelop infant powers and bring to of horses, they nerer undertake either
1st Vice President L. C. Perry ; I "ght all that seems hidden in the soul toitrain ar spare them, and would break
2J u m i i V. O. Benton ; I w irain me ear oy sweet sounus anujuown me oesi nonse in xiuericu iu a
me ete ov wveit coiorar is it a nine i weea. AtuiouKn nieir worses uie ui.m
thing to teach the use of language and
form wl at is emphatically called
IHTEBESTIHG TO FAE1IBES.
From Baltimore Manufacturer' Record.
Prepare for Ware.
Do .not be startled, friends ! The'
Record has no reason to suppose that
this country is in immediate danger of
engaging in war with 'another nation.
Uur caption is not a warning, but a
suggestion baaed on the condition of
affairs in Europe. The Continent is a
tast camp. Troops are massing on the
Bussian frontier. Arsenals and naty
yards arf aive with artisans. New
forts have been built and old ones re
paired and strengthened. Vast sums
of money hate been toted and enor
mous loans negotiated. All Europe is
" waiting with bated breath" for the
signal that shall 41 let loose the dogs of
war." The pretext for this emergency
is of no account. It is the fact that
concerns us. If the signal is given,
j : L . tk.Ml v. . j- ! . r r it
ami it, uow .uiiia uuauu,,, rjxeCUtlte Uomrnittee J. tr . Uraaiey, 1 mnthr toncrn.? I- it a little thincr to
will be a Titanic struggle'of long dura- J. C. Joyner, A. T. Smith, E. E. Smith, I notice tht tirgt articuiata utterances or
Secretart T. M. Mills :
Treasurer A. L. Barringer.
adnarin2 clanwrnM of lifc ere Kie boel
bocoutc cMcrfui mai rapkUrsaiaa both sacasj
H REMEDY CO., Bra Zmssn,
BW rr.TxrUietroe,8T.IiCrUXIt.irai .
fcU?Tu3 ' Paposw havo FKES Trial of our Aetata: A for Tenaai
PioTEET; I OUR H0MIS I
t6 lbnger costs
These revolvers are an exact
duplicate of the-celebrated
; SMITH & WESS0H.
.83 CaUber. nsing
j V r Ejecting, - , 1
J. B. COUNCIL. M. D.
Office in the Heilis Building, 2nd
floor, front room. ; 18:6m,
Cleanses the Nasal
i Passages, Allays
tion. Heals the
the Senses of Tasts
tion. the end of which no mortal can
has an importance
United States they
aider. A general European war draws
Respectfully, I from the producing classes a tast body I Co-Operatite
a saddle weighing from thirty to forty
pounds is used, the most of this weight
being useless leather. When one
bears in mind the old racing saying
.11 1 . Ml
a stable Key win
that the weight of
. w"r as iaiit:tr wi a n
K. A.1 Harwell, Jl I oung, u. a. rer-1 and 11 th-m fWh v
is impending conflict J7 1 B- lennedjr, W. A. Suther, E. 11. it jitte thing rect;Te fQj Qod an win or lose a race, the absurdity of this
ce to the people of the 0WeU I immortal being in a state of nonage style of saddle is apparent. Dunng
f, i r t TKa fnllowin committee was an- and helolessness. and stamp on its the war the value of the Texans a
let win oe wise 10 con- "? ' I ' t u. -ui tu -r.u. VA Thev
po nted on the "Farmers' AlUanee and I yuS fP" "uc K' fcUC w;""J,ur?I " r"Vl ' -' , X
' . f - I hovnlv th mire? All thia 'nnwer were ereatlv relied UDon and much
r r i: iti. i vi i r . i t o . . -
nr. i "3.9 f
of men who becomes consumers. This j
country knows by sad experience the
cost and the waste of a protracted con
flict, but we cannot realize how tery
d fferent will
beloncrs to the raother.and all this in- dreaded, but when they came before
It. A. Harwell, L. C. Perry, T. M. I guence the mother may wield, if recog-1 the enemy after a march of two r
ir;i1 and H M Troutman. and re-lnii'ne Vior AmnonAonr An find, the I throe hundred miles not one horse in
sU-stlDs va ; - v uaewaasl aaa wa ast mm ww wm vwa - " -
ported as follows : fountain of all holy influences, she five was in serviceable condition, anOL.
wiM TheiaaeemstohaTesTjruni? takes his will to guide her and leans the entire force was worse than useless.
upon his craciousKpowcr to strengthen Then they thought that they knew
the state of things in It is the godly eterything abo.it riding, and refused to
what it was with us when UuteW mother whose heart fs receive instructions, it being impossible
wuai. ib n"u ua i Mate ana Known a me rarniers ai i ... : 1 1 a l 4u, ;,, mw oivu rvmpn
drew theirsupplies from their own peo- TTArrf oj, The promoters of said or- gjirikthak can 0ffer the simple, ten- few months" training. It was jracti
pie. It is not sojabroad. Europe, Rus- ganization in th bUte are otociously touch. prayer which the young- cally impossible for a horse to throw
aii aTnantoJ rkVifnine mnls nf its fmvl
thrusting themselves upon us and using . u'a . j MJM UD-1 them, but outside of this thet were and
"a r ' I ... .a;kl- mMhi rr induce Imth I w V" r ' 7 . . . - 1 i J " .
wrj rww.w r-- - . -" r I on the oaopt moment tor implanting are me most oesirucue mm
men and women to loin them, and I . j i : n tu. n,u
- , . . a. a l m l K s. - i sniLM one. ina iqi vuit. van time an iu mo v
Let war begin, and a great fleet of grain Whereas, Numereue newspaper pro-l 1 1iV- u.e anai0 :a, thpir shooting continued
carriers will be shut up at Odessa, and claraations, badges and certijeatea are J hJrktk j0Ttf A tie boy when ask- Mr. Gosnold, ubecause every man used
ana was reaay u use
that they were fine
they did understand,
k shooting, but as to
mony snouia prevail, tnerature um i i , - r i any a:curact, not or.e in a nnnurea
perhaps treble, in case of a general Eu- Resolved, Thai we, the farmeri ot ire-1 m u. - n-Jatent nietv is the possessed it. Pistol combats tn Texas
iiges and maintain its stronghold in ropean war. Armiemust be fed and J dell County, are determined jot to nJ mothe brigTitest ornament, her tru- were nearly alwavS of the shoulder to
me ncati. rroin tins uuiui.u wuuaiuim , . r
TRY THE CURE
is a i disease 01, ine mucous mcmurauc,
treuerallv oritrinatinc: in the nasal pas-
American farmers will be called upon oeing circuia, what mt home pleasant and beau- to carry a retoiter
to supply the shortage. Our annual SU and why one house w,s not as it, people supposed
.. j Urs, to the dissftisfactlon of raant as I rtm other, remarked nointr shots. One thing
snipmenw 01 meat, ox a. -a- Unding te prodird where ?ar- Because 4he is and that was qui.
ormous, Dut tne aemanu wm uc uuuuw,
NICKEL PLATED, RUBBER HAWUUfc.
, vasBAmb suli nr rrxxv axaracr to tm
buztIei a whssow. -
Tor aal by nardware and Gun Dealers everywhere,
ataanfsctd bv! THE KAELIS FIRE AUKS CO., Hew Haven, Coai.
MrlTyTiXJg; Magazlno Rifle.
BEST IN THE
BlTT Iiin iiiinf iifnj nmeiccrr MTIM. war4 I
a poitionous virus into -the stomach and '
thraugn the digestive organs, corrupting
ihe blood and producing other trouble
Kome and dangerous symptoms.
A particle is applie I into each: nostril, and Is
arreoable. rtce 5 cents at druggists; y mail
feVistered, 0 cents, ELY BllOS., S35 Greenwich
Street, New York:. 1
I il . 1-1 Atli.iaxA ftrcwi nrvtn ill ! '"""" P ... . I i n t j f.
clothed. The waste of war material " - ZTT" JiH with our : t glory, Her nowest support, anu ner .aouiuer -
i viiaw " . r --U-- frauiinns. Her lite BnOUiU DC a more lmuunancc iitau m, mv v ......
must be made good, hence arms and nt organizatiofn, M that the longer dutiful walk from the could firea great number of shots ma
ammunition will be called for as they wecontinue it jthe more productite do t stoneto the altar fire; from the given time. But when it came to fine
ha beenin the past The taking of we find it of gotd and beneficial results, hff famU the throne of marksmanship they were nowhere, and
a million men from industrial labor nd accordingly , that we do not desire in an Eastern shooting gallery would
a minion w , any certificate!, badges, diplomat or At. the testimony of good not begin to be able to hold their own.
will decrease the prancing capacity ef UmatioB.;j and be it further . JMSj ?ha They owe cbiely to As rifleshots they are even worse, and
European manufacturers. The nations Thkt as this,howeter, is a fm1S9t lnlLioiiot could not hold any position at all at
that look to Uermany ana t ranee ior i free country, wnerem etery person u i , . .. uj . s ,-ther nossess mt Oreedmoor or any regular nne range
goods will naturally turn to America, the right to conduct himseir, unaer me motber,, pictarc," once wrote the poet
in- ":??L19 -than the richest jewel in the
a .e Aaa ann niian i ii s w in iiaiio SLaaaA aaa.- s - a. rail
1 IDEAL T2.EI.OA23IU G TOOLS
A o, rr rTw H o HV. W tnchrctrr. JKallard. fcterens. RpmaBVou,
WILL CAVC OKC-HALr , TH
tor aU rioM of Cartntcs wHlcb are nf?dia.snr of U roHewt
WaluifyvKeIiaedy. buith Womms ; aiao for aU Sngoa and makes ot
IKBT 91 SHELLS, PAPER AID IHASS.
Cheaper and bettrr than any other. Send for iTice LUt of these tooU to
I . - ZclakA UeuufAOturing Company,
1S04 G. w Hatms, coanr
est . 711
TKejuidcrsiimed have entered into a
eo-Dartnership for the purpose of conduct-
the lrKUUr.it i ana riwivu
March 23, 1S87.
business, ! to date from
McNEELY 4t TYSON.
and ,hould Ort Britain b-drw ,n- w, - " lit,. C.w
win oe open auionws- "-'r 1 but win waivw n oP..w " I gratitude and nature that I shdu
they.hate not beec for a generation. J one year heneoj I knowledge and atow that, such
Khrmld the war which seems imtmi-l mu. nA.;aM nTA kv l.L. Bar-ik. Viaea. whatever it was. and
- . lacMiiw"""" -j . .
nent begin it will affect this country in I jjrer, was unanimonsly adopted:
mi 1 3 1 J I
many ways, l ne aemana ior orwrtu-1 u Thai tne $ecretart use etery rea
stuffs and meat will increase the cost of -onable effort b get a full and accurate
- j r7
St. Louis Po9t-DtpatcK
ti return t hunks to his numerous friends I .t i,rtm- fr nciilntors will cer-1 oenti9 of the aiencultnral products and
wv fyjJX C.I. AAV' lv a V. w .
i-- .u: nn.iarra am (iKtra t hp rnn. I - . - I i S 1U .i nt -. f ha nrlnt
tur vucii i.nnwfc.i-, .. i :i .urt.l.0o (ho fc.reitrn I interssts ot m wumki r..
I lit 1 : 1 1 . MIZ VMM Ml hAM
as I am, whatever it is, and such as I
hope to be in all futurity, must be as
cribed, under Providence, to the pre-
cepts and example oi my motner.
and asks the con
ti nuance of the same to the SB Yf FIRM.
He will always be on hand to serve the I demand to force higher prices.
A Journal forlimstore & Spsralalirs.
nrnnsofthe EV FIRM.
i t Jill y. tkat Mffic Bd memb
OI tnW aoSOCiatioa iwuuw auwu
be wise, therefore, for Southern farm- thaT ire? able, that fthe same
ers and planters to devote a much great-1 may b ready by the close of our con-
er area to breadstuffs and other toca tennial existence aa awnuH;,
when you Want
h:ts : revolutionized
the world during
. m a a. . - Tju 1 nn n aasa Ana
tne last nan century. .c.- v- .i ... n it.
the wonders of Inventive progress is a aal, as xar as pwiioi, w
method and system of work that can bo IpeaBt tbat will be needed for their own
performed all over the country without i iJi..1m.Hi.Ms-
seoaratine the workers from their homes, consumption and for the domestic ms
Pay Hberal; ay one canjo to, wor. ket TheJ cannotnatetoo.ga.-rpxu.. I ".7. jLVw tanninff the "skUa of
eiiner sex. young or .u, -- Tr,r.f u:nrr w;il k wanted. In those ."""A. I'-H -r -X-wi- .V.,
:w vwinii-.i t'umtai not; neeueu: vou 1 j 7
"TVrniCTPV" ?ielll.?25S?Fll I aire Btsarted ftVeo. Cut this oiit and return districts where canneries can be sup-
UlUillJ r "W":. A ...ill aanA freo SLomA-l ... .... - . .'. .ik
vesiore generally, in aii parut 01 mc. umwu 1 mi us
dom and Abroad. I thins
v AND REVIEW OF THE U0 EY MARKET.
r Establish 1872.
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION, POST FRKK TO
THE UNITED STATES . Is. 8d.
Sieglc copy, Post free, 5d.
. 1 rrn it
crop, than they hateone of late years, berOtt, J ih.nhmU.
Why may loft ho Ebtth opon np
in tnose riAl'-,. r -Xwu mtk.n
its pigs or wi usw w m --- -Thw
inquiry 5s bJ
r i-S I lU.lLuAas eaw klftN
inrr-vmTXM contains a complete record of
iylUil Jjl the stock and Share IMarkets,
also tn latest -information respecting mines, racv
als. and produce.
at NO. 2, Gratiit
'or tliA in Jk .11 im.-Z.Ll
l"f nVTT?Vn contain leading articles upon
JXlUiNljI . all UnaDclalt6pi-sot importance
by wrlti's 01 irainea auimj anu wiue rirTj-u.
Its aim Is to review, without fear or favour, the
nretenHionsand prospects of financial undertakings
of even description, whether proposed or fKUb
4tshtMl to expose ln the one case the falactes of the
imishrctomSwtnoIyestemJr' and ,n tne ?tn,I
the weakneWes often hidden by the accumulated
duVof are7 its endeavour Is tote not only frank
2nd fearless, out ponuUr, thoroughly reliable, and
above aU, trustworthy. j
Un rnATT?"OTI has been Instrumental In expos-
MUNIjjL ln nnmerous attempts to inch
enterprtsesof unsound character, and Its trenchant
and fTarless crlUclsins have prevented thousands
r rmiicrs throwlnff away their money.
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MUIM b 1 m tor Advortisemenw of all un
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the World. : ,
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tt fr,0 AHrii-pas TKL'E LO.. I DC OUSOea to u lUJl" ..- Af niM kllltd. IX tlsUTiacs v
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uutnn we win new i -,- 41,, b-mi -rem suluiisucu.
s ......UfiA.. nd to furnish I .,u KU mada for an immense number
to pit; vent su,uiaivu " 1 w j ... . 1
ter.d.ncy of a general :tore.gn "iW.thatof dewing th.
when once under full headway, is to . rflmoensate for the loss of
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VALUABLE LAND FOil SAL
iThere is a tery valuable itract of land
for sale in the heart of the famous "Jcr
sev Settlement" one mile South of Lin-
wood. It comprises nearly 00 acres, can . , . . , -.-.Sf-Uit. .broad to trans-1 k u Pihia
be easily divided into two tracts, with . - -r; r. - . au "' .TaIu maker, a matter of
fine dwellings and out-bouses on cn fer as mucn 01 tneir tucu. - wn, vr-l ia consumed
in the United! States comes from Eng
land." He got tins information irvm
finc dwellings and out-bouses on eacn. fer as raucn 01 tneir uwu. -
There is nearly 100 acres seeded in wheat thia country. The magnificent do-
SSh.'TKSloS SidMJSS re!op.e.t of th. Soith dariag the pr-
a a a. a. m a 1. .AMiiaS1
Wtnm. This valuable nropertt can
bought for 25 an acre, and it is worth
everr dollar of that price.! For further
Salisbury, N, C.
Jj'sent decade has inspired a confidence mannactarfr 0f whom he purcl.
S i 1 its destint that will draw millions of ! a aBd with whom he had a
" . ! . . ' n. i... aileA informed
i The Soath's Opportunity.
! The efforts made to enlist the aid of
the railroads in attracting imigration
to the South by low rates lias met with
success, and it is aunounged that on
February 2S, March 13 and 27, April
JO and 24, tickets will be placed on sale
Sweetly and truly has the poet sung: North and west to all pointr
"The sounds that fall on mortal ear,
As dew-drops pure at even.
That soothe the breast or start the tear,
Are Mother, Home ana ueaveur
A Good Han Gone.
The Arizona Howler chronicles the
departure of a good
South, good to return in ' thirty.-dnys,
at the rate of one and onehalf cent per
per mile each way, with stop-over prit-
Heges. This is one of the most important-
moteraents eter ma3e in behalf
of the South's development. If he
railroads and the business men of the
.m in nnr veie as we record the sud
den demise of thak esteemed lawyer and gouth will now unite in widely ad ver
good allraxound man, Billt Swipem. tj8jng these special Tates, and thus work
Bi. taking away by death, the rattles , .Qiyenii throughout the
IfXSLJT -h of people
bustlins town, which is now expen
encing a 000m euca
rienced before. Corner lots are going
like hot cakes, and the toiw ot the
tenderfoot is beard in the land. Billy
has gone to the sweet far away, and we
doubt not his spirit is mingling in
sweet conterse witn tne spirit tuat
there. Immediately after the funeral,
which will take place on Tuesday, the
widow Muldoon's lot. No. 10, section
17, plot 4, will be raffled, off at Al
RiArrak'a saloon, and it is hoped the
boys will giro the widow a firsMass
send-off. The UoicUr's office hoy will
be there with his trusty pistol to collect
back subscriptions, and we bespeak for
him a kindly reception.
Telescopes were Intented in 1590.
South will be something wonderful.
It will not do to depend simply upon
ihe general announcement of low rates
as made through the daily press, there
inust be earnest tigorous work to make
these special efforts effective. The whole
North and West ought to be Hooded
with special adtertiscments, until peo
ple everywhere "become interested.
Some will go for pleasure, some for cu
riosity, some on business, and some to
make careful investigations, tharthey
may learn for themselres of the resour
ces and advantages of theouth. The .
first and most important matter is to
induce them to t?o. This can easily be
accomplished by judicious arid liberal
advertising; and this ought; to done
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