I "A Fafafer Governor. ";
. i Wadesboro Intelligencer.
I? If Hie rwonT wTin nrate about "a
farmer Governor? had its much infor
mation concerning our pnblic men as
iiey have prejudice, they would know
thatsoftte men-who make a run" on
that ticket are very poof farmers, while
gftnie othAr mpn "who lire never heard
- iif .in thai nnnnprlimi are a 010112 the
tery best f arme in the State. Take
; judge Fowle, for instance. People
who do not know, think of him as a
ihriveled up old m in, poring over
hinaf.v law honks, with never a thought
bfirreen fields aid luxuriant crops
jThft truth js he iS not shriveled atall,
liut is fat. the result ot a clean con
science, a good aopetite and something
cood to eat. which he can find spare
J time enough from the call of his pro
fession to make op his farm near Itai
jeigh, while man v other men with no
jthing but their far.ns to attend to, go
, In debt formations to keep from starv
ing. If fhe people want a farmer for
governor, they will find the very man
ithev are lookms for in the person of
the Democratic nominee for that office
fie is no theoretical, visionary cuuiva
'lot of theoil, who spends on the farm
. what he makes bv the law, but a prac
tical- successful" farmer, who makes
" tnnnpv bv th nlow. - '
FA few veari aero hdnurchsissd a worn
but tract of land of some 350 acres in
extent, Dear Raleigh, the hill sides
washed awav and deep gullies on every
Jiaiid. He turned his Rapacious mind
lo ihe work of upbuilding it, and. now
it is a blossoming garden every year
improving, and every year returning a
Jiandsome per cent. pnhe investment.
J Nature's provisions fare visa and
deficient. Nature provides that
4nough rain shall every year fall ' on
xjvery foot of land to keep it moist. To
preserve this water to husband it
where it falls is the end to be aim?d
4t. i Were this proposition put to the
ayeragei Anson jcounty farmer he would
jopen ms eves in amazement, yec mis is
the very thing Judge Fowle does the
year round. Elvery drop of rain which
c falls on his cultivated field lemains
there not one drop can possibly run
p and sinks into the soil, to nurture
Vegetation on the surface when adja
' qent lield-3 are parehiag. How dres he
jfcComplish this? I Jy an intellect ""sys
- tem m terracing, which not only -saves
Hie nun lau. out a;s every uunuu ui
XEllilUCl ClJl'IlLvJ kUC null.
i:VhentUe farmersofAiisin county
U have 'their phnic- they should have
r Judge Fowle to be present and address
Ijhem on agricultural topics. We are
Sure it would afford him pleasure to do
. so, and we know-our farmer friends
would not only be pleasantly enter
tained, but substantially instructed by
A Soldier's Tragic Death.
.STHE "TIGEr.8 LRATE COLOR-BEARER
KILLED fN A RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
There is a pathetic storv of local in
terest behind the death ot L. G.ortez.
4f New Orleans, who. . wn5 crushed to
death in the wreck of the south. bound
express which dashed fro;n- the trestle
bridge on the Virgipia Midland Koad
iear Orange, Virgini, on Thursday
Jast. He had been a guest of George
7 G. Meade Post, of this city, and was jn
Jjis way to his home in the South.
Cortez was one of the Louisiana Ti
gers, who charged upr Cemetery Ridge
"Sn the first days fight at Gettysburg.
As the Tigers made their wild dash on
Ricketts'i liattery Cortez carried tbe
dolors of i his regiment. As he planted
.. the Confederate standard on the crest
4f the hill his comrades leaped over the
Junette, drove the Union gunners back
jtndwuiig the gun around.
Just at that moment the Indiana
tfeginient, in advance of Carroll's Bri
gade, which was hurrying from the
rebels' left, swept in and killed every
rebel in the lunette. Cortez was
tftruck down by a ball, whrch tore
firough his leg above thekmer.is he
. as about ts grasp his falling colors on
. tlie enst of the hill. He was picked
ilp by tvo comrades and hurried down
the ridge J Cortez had' just had his leg
Amputated by. his regiment's surgeon
rhen they were all captured. , Cortez
fas amonjg the wounded prisoners sent
0 Chesteriu this,State.
Since the war he had been an inmate
f a Confederate, soldiers' home near
fiew Orleans, j For several years he
ad been collecting eno'igh money to-
;etnervto visit the spot where he lost
lis leg. The vejrterans were celebrat
ng the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
jattle of Gettysburg two weeks ago,
T hen the old tebel soldier- appeared in
ramp A. Wilson Norris. He told his
" jtory and was warmly welcomed and
! jtfven quarters on the spot where Ihe
figers had made their famous charge.
As heqiton ther crest of the hill
ivnere he had planted his regiment s
polors ands fought the battle over again
Bie ; seemed ;e very inch a man and a sol
Mier and he quickly captured the hearts
ii his foes. The bovs of Meado Post
fmide their old enemy cometo Philia-
Uelphi.i. and be their guest.
ihe boys in blue kept him at Green's
for over a week aud the brave old rebel
sled tears of gratitude as he bade them
good-bye at the IJroad Street Station
and started for the Soldiers' Home in
the far SDuthr The next day the ve
terans read in the newspapers that the
color bearer ofi the Tigers had been
crushed to deAth in the fearful wreck
in the, Virginia vmes.-PMiadefphia
Teli You ?liinl7
that Sinuuon's Iivcr Hcjrulator will rjdypu
of Dyspepsia, Ilea lachc. Constipation nnd
IiiliiousQi-89, jv It will break, up cliilla and
fever and prevent their return, and is a
v,o npleta antidote (or nil malarial poison
yet entirely free from qqininc or ealomel.
Try, it d yon. will be astonished t the
1 results o:" the genuine Simmons Liver
IJvju'ator, prepaml by . II. Zeilin fc Co.T
iMjny people are looking sharp to
flnrl pswv nSaees. Tnev think their
MM "V j - .jj , -
work or their fair is a litUe harder tnau
thatkof some one else, ' and instead of
trlivatingtheir strength tand becom
ing masters ot their .noiitioft,. they iook
for aireisier place. u f ?
The young lady finds her work a
weariness, and instead of throwing
aVav her corsets, and taking long
ht-pn'tbs cultivating vigorous health,
aiA lirrhfmtr hpr wav thronirli the ob-
hiclps that surround her, she draws
her corset strings an inch tighter, fcik
of tea. and wishes for an eas
! A vnunff man finds his work not
quite'to his likiug, and instead Df mas
terinsr it and making it a stepping-stone
from whicli he can rise to higher posi-
fin nr. il Fitter tni:)lovment, fi.ls his
mouth with tobacco, putis his cigarette,
drinks, stimulates, lives ou uniiealth-
fiil food: soes larking about ajt, night
when he sUould be in bed i asleep, and
then wants' to nnd a easier place. 1 he
best way to find an eiisier place is to be
come an able ana stronger man. Hal
thim?s are easv to . theskillful, and
heavy things are light to the strong.
! An easy place is a place I tor aD easy
man. a man who is ot little; value and
of little use. Success only comes by
hard work and hard knocks. Toe time
man spends in wishing and fhunting
for an easy place, if spent in filling the
place he has and running over a little
into some otheri place, would speedily
cuse hi3 merits; to be recognized and
pjace him in a position where lie could
dictate his-terms and choosej his work.
Many a man doJging hard workand
siirinking from dirty work, has missed
tlie -chance of success, and condemned
himself to drudge his'wholej life long,
when he might, had he been faithful
and energetic, careful of hishealth,aud
watchful of his habits, in earnest to
cultivate every manly virtue, physical
ahd mental and moral, might have
been a power in the earth, and a con
troling influence among thoe by whom
he is surrounded. :
! What the world rieed3 to-day is not
men who are looking for easy jobs, but
men who are so strong and vigorous
and courageous that they are ready for
anything that comes to hand, and able
to accomplish what they jundertake
These are the men who conquer and
control circumstances, whq win the
prizes in the race of lite, aud who can
choose their occupations, and finally
become the masterful leaders, the equal
of the great, and patterns to those
around them. The Common People.
i "The true solution of this question trill
come when both races diride uneconomic
and industrial questions and distribute
themseU'cs between the two great parties
THE BLACK MAN WILL THEN HAVE THE
SYMPATHY AND SUPPORT OF HIS WHITE
NEIGHBOR, AND GET ALL OF HIS RIGHTS
UNDER THE LAW." j
The above is clipped from an aide
and interesting address delivered by
Hon.-Stepen U. Elkins, June 11, before
the Literary Societies of t lie University
of West Virginia.-, Mr. ; Elkins i a
uiost prominent Republican leader and
politician, and as the personal friend
aiid admirer of Hon. James G. B a ne,
is the head anrPfrontof the Rlaiu fac
tions. Occupying theeminent position
politically, that he does, the above sen
timents may be properly considered the
Tpinion of the very- many white Re
publicans who are so enthusiastic for
lilaine's nomination. Colored men
who vote the Republican ticket, believ
ing that by so doing they afford pro
tection to the negro in the South, will
tin 1, very much to their chagrin, that
Mr. Elkms declares that "Federal law"
is powerless ahd the agitation, of For
aker, Ingalls and Sherman, or "bloody
shirtism," has proven useless. The
Republican party has fired" of being
known as a "black man's party," and
they are now quite willing to surren
der their guardianship over the negro
Svards of the Nation." i The Repub
lican seems blind to the fact that he is
not wanted and that the Republican is
anxious to cease righting the negro's
battks for him, and he, poor thing,
does not evidence spirit 'enough to
jump out in the arena of politics and
taKe care ot himself like a man. -
The Folly of Haste to bs Rich.
Chancellor Howard Crosbv. cine
the best preachers and best thinkers in
iNew lor citv. has an artielft in fho
Forum for May in which Me says:
4Vf he greatest need of our land to
day is an education away from the fear
ful danger of a haste to b rich cn.
tvation of the quiet and improving
arts, a.i encouragement of Venial nnH
benevolent lives, a preservation of home
virtues, a teaching of the ! truth that
moderation best serves the . cause of
happiness, and a demonstration that'in
helpfulness, to others, m m best helps
himself, i j ; .y '
"While wise laws.cani do much to
suppress sou.e of the worst features of
the gold hunt, it is to the press, the
school, and the church that we must
Ipok for the inculcation of the -purer
and loftier ideas that ,will meet and
overcome the materialism whieb th
peculiar conditions of our country have
fostered, and Which the thoughtless
Jninds of our youths so readily accept."
yunteatea minds are more conrl
to happiuess than riches, glory or fame.
uu Hie worK let us remember that
it will profit us but littl it
world ot wealth and low ntsnm,,j
and happiness, i . J
The Electrical Review savs fllnf 'vul
hselessness of the lightning trod is
coming so generally understood that
the ageuts find! their vocation a trvino-
pne. Fewer and fewor r,A
actured each year, ' and i the ! dav wil?
tome when a lightning rod on a house
pm oe reirirded in thft samp ;,rl,f ....
lorsedioe over ia iijaii' doon
. " " w.v HmUH cub tx
NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRACY.
Plittfjnn of Party Adopted in State
Convention et Ealeign, .
Hay, 1833. w " C:
: Wtf again congratulate the people of
North Carolina the contiuuexl enjoy-,
incut ot l,,?Se1a.lm, "ln both were in theSeni teanS
which has Mow been unbroicen wr so
many years; upio4he3Ust ana jmpamai
enforcement ofthelaw :upo the increas
ing efficiency of our.comuion school sys
tem, and tnj progress made in popular
education :upon the iaiprovemeut aud
enterprise manifested in all parts of the
State. 'We again challenge a compari
son between thu .state of things and the
outrages, crimes and scandals which at
tended Republican ascendancy in our
borders. We pledge ourselves to xert
in the future as in the past our best ef
forts to promote the best-interest of the
people of alt sections "of 'the State. Af
firming jo.ur adherence to Democratic
principles as haretofore enunciated in the
i.l n forms of the oart v. it is hereby
UpanK-ftd That no iroverument has the
riirht to burden its people with taxes be-
vnlithi nmnunt renuired to pay its
y v v v m " i . .
iiecessarv expenses nnd sradually extm
cruUh it. nuhlic debt: and that whenever
the? revenues, however derivedexceed
this amount, theyshould be reduced, so
as to avoid a surplus in the -treasury
That anv svstem of taxation which ne
rpeit.its th nnvracnt of a premium of
270 by-the; government on, each $1,000
of its bond3, taken up with the millions
that would otherwise lie idle In its vault,
and paid to bondholders who purc hased
in niauy instances, "at less than par, is
undemocratic, oppressive and iniquitous
nnd should he reformed.,: The course of
our Democratic Representatives in Con
gress, in their, enorts to give relief to the
people-Troin burdensome internal revenue
and tariff taxation, meets with the ap
proval of the Democratic party of this
Citate and wo respectfully recommend
that if they find it impossible to give to
our people all the relief demanded, they
support any just and practical measure
presented in Congress that will afford a
partial relief from such existing burden.
Resolved, That while the details of the
methods by which the constitutional
revenue tariffshall be. gradually reached
are subjects which the representati v es
of our people at the national capital
must be trusted to adjust, we think the
customs duties should be levied for tbe
production ;of public revenue, and
the discrimination in their adjustment
should be such as will place the highest
rates on luxuries and the lowest on trie
necessaries of life, distribute as equally
as possible fhe unavoidable burdens of
taxation, and confer the greatest good
on the greatest number.
Resolved, That we, as heretofore, fa
vor, and will never cease to demand, the
unconditional abolition of. the whole
internal revenue system, as a war tax,
not to be justitied in times of pence; as a
grievous burden ; to bur people and a
source of annovanecVui its practical
operations.. We call the attention of the
people of the Htate to the hyprociitical
pretensions of, the-Republican party in
their platforms that they' are in tavor
of the repeat of this onerous system ol
taxation, enacteu nv meir pariy, wnue
the Republicans in. Congress are tax
ing their energies to obstruct all legisla
tion inaugurated by the representatives
of the Democratic party- to relieve the
people of all or a part of this odious system
Resolved, That the course of the Dem
ocratic party, in lurtherance ot popular
education, is a sunicicnt guaranty that
we favor the education of the people, and
we will promote and improve the present
educational advantages so far as it can
be done without burdening thepeople by
excessive taxation. .
Resolved, That to meet an existing
eyil, we will accept, for educational pur
poses, from the federal Government a
pro rata share of the surplus in its treas
ury; Provided that it be disbursed
through State agents and the bill for the
distribution be free from objectionable
Resolved, That the United States be
ing one government and ours a national
party, we denounce the elforts of the
Republicans to force sectional issues in
Congress and elsewhere, and to promote
dissension and ill-will between the peo
ple or i lie ainerent sections ot our com
Resolved, That it is due to the people
of our eastern counties, who have so
cheerfully bdrnetheir share of our com
mon burdens, that the present or some
equally ert'ective system of county govern
ment shall be maintained.
Resolved, That the Democratic party
is opposed to any further extension of
the "No-fence"- law, unless such exten
sion shall have first heen authorized by a
majority of the qualified voters within
the territory to be affected thereby.
Resolved, that the Democratic party-
has ever been the party of the working-man,
and has never fostered monopolies,
nor have:"trusts" or "combinations" or
pools" ever grown up under laws enact-
on by it. The contest in this country
being between aggregated capital, seek
ing to crush out all competition, and the
individual laborer, fhe Democratic party
is, as it haS ever been, against the mo
nopolist and'iu favor of a just "distribu
tion of capital.'and demands the en
actment of laws that will bear equally
upon all. '
Resolved, That as all taxation bears
most heavily upon the laborer, it is the
duty ef the legislator, us a direct benefit
to the workingman. to keep theexoeuses
of our public institutions at the' lowest
limit consistent with wise and efficient
management. The Democratic partv
opposes any competition between free
ami convict labor, but it insists that con
victs shall not remain idle at the expense
of honest labor.
Resolved, That ours being an aericul-
tural State, it is our; dutyas well as our
pleasure to promote any and all legisla
tion that is best, calculated Jo- advance
the interests of agriculture and that
in so doing we will most effectually ad
vance the interests of mechanics manu
facturers and laborers. .. .
Resolved, That tho .Democracy of
North Caroliua, cordially approve the
administration, of Hon. Alfred M. Scales,
as houest, patriotic and conservative.
Resolved, That the ability, wisdom,
honesty, patriotism, iudependeuce, faith
fulness to : duty, and manly courage of
rresideut Cleveland have woo-. the ad
miration of all good men ; and the inter
eats of the country demand- his re-nomi
nation and his re-election.
BucklerTs Arnica Salve.
l he ukst Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tette.' Chapped IIand Chilblain
uorne, aiMl all hkm Eruptions, and positive!
jy cures Piles, or no pay reuired; It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded ? Price 25 cents pes box.
' or &aic by Kluttz & Co.
THIS P APEU 'ZZ'tiTr
n n ni vt urn.
MvmUhu? IturcAHdO Snntiv ScV. wh
V jutrui-tav may Ut juaOc for it IX X
V" " tspi"T.
i The following anecdote is so charac
teristic of the two men that I yrepro
-i r .ii. nT.. riL- il 3
"Judge Thormln and
(tuce it in iuii;
were great f fiends.
They used to go lip to the little H(
g rings in Virginia for the flfeums
Aiiurman wouia jouen say, vooKiing
is mighty good company if he chooses."
A scene once occ nrred bet weenj them
in the Senate that is perhaps th most
graph jc and graceful instance jpf the
retort on record. It isn't a new; story.
by any means, but it is true iand it
is a first rate story too. Mr. Cofikling
was one day making a- speech jduring
Which he repeatedly turned to jj Judge
Thurman, who at fast lost his tamper.
"Does the Senator from New York,"
he roared, "expect me to answr him
every time he turns to me?"
For a moment Mr. Conkling
ted, and evervbodv expected a
explosion. Then with an air ofi exqui
site courtesy he replied:
"When I speak of the law I urn to
the Senator from Ohio as the Mussul
man turns toward Mecca. I tjbrn to
him as I do to the English commoji laws,
as the world's most copious fountain of
human jurisprudence ,
The Democrats gave & ronsfng cheer
and Judge 1 hurman walked oyer on
the Republican side and shookjj hands
How Katie's Father Said Grace, j
A South End little girl was lak inn
supper with a playmate a few evenings
k. After the pater famulus had
said grace with due solemnity, the lit
tle hostess turned to her guet and
"Does your father say grace at sup-
per, rvatier p
"No. replied Ivatie, with a fthnrm-
ing candor, "but he says sotiilthing
This answer, of course, aroused the
interest of the older persons. '(jWhsit
does he say?" was asked of theji little
"Good Lord, what a supper!' vas the
sweetly calm response. ISo&toiti Com
Mr. W. IT. Morgan, merchant! Lake
City, Fl.i.. was 'taken with a scvertij Cold,
attended with a distressing Couyjji ami
running into Consumption in it first:Mair'i
He tru-d muny so railed popular jjvouujh
remedies and steadily irrew worse-i Was
reduced in flesh, had difhVaity in jbreath
invs and was unable to sleep. Finally tried
Dr. KiiiVs New Discovery for Cosuin jit ion
and found immediate relief, and attiji using
about a half dozen bottles found Shimsell
weil and has had no return of the jjiseasc.
No other remedy can show so gran a re
ord of cures, as Dr. Kiny's Xew Digeovei'x
for Consumption Guaranteed ' to iio just
what is claimed for it. Trial bottle free at
Theo. F. Kluttz & Co's Drug store. !
Of the 800 employees in the Amonv
Cotton Mills, at Manchester, J. H.,
only one-tenth are native mejpcans.
The lvst are of various nationalities.
And what is true of this establisjiment
is sati I to be also substantially tjfne of
all other factories in that part jpf the
country. And thse are the operatives
the manutacturers atiect to oe so anx-
ous to "protect," by levying $f
tariff on every American citizen!
RenevTS Her Youth.
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley. Peterson, C!y Co.,
Iowa. 1 ells the foil winu reiri::rknbl' story,
the truth of which is vouched for -iy tho
residents of the town: "I am 73 eajrs oh1,
have been troubled with kidney coijjiplaint
and lameness for many years; could not
dress myself without help. Now lam free
from all pain and soreness, and amlnVlc to
do all -my own house work. I o e my
thanks to Electric Bitters for haySnir re
newed my you'h, and removed confpletcly
all diseasu and pain."
Try a bottle, only 50c. at Kluttz'js Drug
Mr. l3ry-on Tyson, of W;ishii(igton,
D. C, whp has l)een intnalucijng an
improved bee-hive to the farmers, j.daims
that what the lee keeper want;! is a
hive into which he can nut hi bees,
and afterwards give them but lifjtle or
no attention, leaving all to flje bees
and nature, until the proper tijhe ar
rives toxtake honey, when he qu ap
proach it with the assurance of finding
it well filled. ij
Claanses tb.3 Nasal
the Senses of Tastsav
TRY THE CURE
is a disease of the mucous membrane,
generally originating in tne nassai pas
sages and maintaining itn stronghold in
the had. From this point it senjs forth
a poisonous virus into the stomach and
thraugh the digestive organs, corrupting
ihe blood and producing other trouble
some and dangerous symptoms.
A pirtlcle is appllei Into each nostril, and Is
agreeable. Price so cents nt rtnrarglststoy mail
registered, o cents. ELY BKOS., 56i Warren
Street. New York. I3:ly
, : J
TIPPJI Sa Womlcrs exist in thou
U Sm C 1 sands of forms, but arc Surpass
oa by the marvels or invention. Those
rvho are In need of profitable work that
can be done while living at homq should
at once send their address to Hill let t &
Co., Portland, Maine, and receive free,
full , information how either sex, of all
Ages, can earn from $5 to f2o per $ay and
upwaras wnerever iney live. ion are
etrf1 frtw CStiitul lint. rrnn!r1' Kn,rio
1 - 'i.T. .t -w.
i, , - . 1 b i . .
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in is: worK. vvi uct' vu.
Steam, Air, and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and HoiiZo,
1.2 e-,: i, -s. v
3 HA 5"jr J!?V
Use PARKER'S CIKG2R TONJC w ithout delny.
A rare lueiliclual couihhuki Uuu cuivm heii ail efee fails.
- cured tlie worst case of Ccuirk, Weak Lutir-', Aflhn:a,
nditrpstiiin. Inward I'aiu.s Kxhautlon. lnvaiualilu fur
i;i:f uiiiatLsm, reinale AVcaknetts and all pai.id ai d dit
orders cf the Stomach and lloweia. 60c. at DrucU.
Tho nafest, wirest and bcrt cure forCorna, Bunions, Ac.
Kto all pain. Ensui-e comfort to th rtrfc cvcr fuiia
to care. 15 cents at Drugota. lUscox & Co., X. Y. .
Of interest to Ladies.
We will send a FREE SAMPLE of our wonderfal
r roc i tic for ft-ma complaints to any Judy who wif hui
tot'-st its efficacy before purchnnint:. He-nil stamp fnr
poause. Bakes Cuieoy Co., Boz 102, Bu3Jo..Y.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
obtained, and allotht-i uuhliitst-in iLe U.S. Patent
ollior attended to lor Model ate Ft o.
our oKice Is opposite the t . S. Lutcnt Office, and
k e can obtalii l'utcnis iu lets time than thote re
mote trom Wasliii'jftcn.
Send Model or druw lug-. ' Weadvls-e nstopatent
ibllliy free of charge; .nd make So charge tin.et" ire
Wpiefer lure to the Postniasiter, tkf Supt.ol
ione order ldv.. ;rid to fi'llieiali- ol the V. S. Pat
mm oKlce. Forcircular. advue. teiiuH and relcr
fnces to actual clKMs-trj fVi i ov r Srrt crcouut.x
vrittto C. A. SNOW & CO.
opposite Pateci tifute, WabhlniftCL I. C.
Oct. 21.VS5. tf
Sale of Town Property.
By virtue of an execution issued from
the Superior Court of Iredell county
in the ease of .I. M. Harvard, Admr. &,
against P. l. Kennedy, Guardian of A.
L. Young, &c, I will sell for cash at the
Court House door in Salisbury, on Mon
day, the Cth day of August, 1S&S, at tmblie
auction all the right, title and in teres- of
A. L. Young in and to that lot in Salis
bury, on Innis street, adjoining the lots
of T. F. Kluttz and others, being that
part of the house and lot alloted to A'. L.
Young as a. homestead and now occupied
by him. This sale is to be made to Satis
fy a debt contracted prior to 1868. to wit:
18o0. C. C. Kltl DEIt, Sheriir,
July otl, 1SS8. of liowan county.
The people of Salisbury and vicinity
are laboring under the mistake that we
keep only Second Hand Clothing. On
the contrary we keep a full line of
BRAN NEW CLOTHING,
For Men and Youths,
EQUAL TO CUSTOM WORK.
In the Buis Building. Respectfully,
l. bllmiextii.il & una.
University cf flortk Carolina.
Chapel Kill, N. 0.
The next session begins Aug, 30. Tui
tion reduced to $'!0 a half year. Poor
students may give notes. Faculty of fif
teen teachers. Three full courses, of
stut'y leading to degress. Three short
courses for the trainiu; of business men,
teacher, physicians, and pharmacists,
Law school fully equipped,
catalogue to Hon. KEMP P.
Having qualified as Administrator
upon the estate of J. J. Lowder, 'deceas
ed, all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to present
them to mcsfor payment on or before the
2ttd day of June, 1889, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their reco very.
GEORGE T. THOMASOX.
Lee S. Overman, Administrator.
. June 2Pd, 18SS.
D. R.JULIAN & CO.,
Salisbury, X. C.
COME AND SEE the SHOW
At DAVE JULIAN'S
, He has a full and complete line of
which he is offering cnEAPEn than eveb.
He is on Fisher Street, nenr the Stand Pip
3F"where his rents and other expanses are
so low that lie is selling ow collar s worth
of Good's for 90 tts. JT5F"IIe has the best
anil cheapest line ol Fertilizers in the
county, and decidedly the lest line t)f
in the marker. Be sure to sec him liefore
you buy. E-IIe wants to buy all the
if-' : lira
he can get. April 10, 8. 20:3m
every variety ana
Segular Horizontal Piston
The most simple, durable' and effective
Pump in the market lor Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. ' ESTSend ftjr Cataloguer r
TIB A.S. CAMERON STEAM-POMP WOES.
I Foot of East 23ritrebt, New Yobk
PISOMOHT Mill ROUTE
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
IN EFFECT JUNE 24, 1888.'
Trains Run By
; n j-
; 5 10
! 7 43
i 4 23
j 5 05
i 6 20
, 9 42
! 1 43
1 3 1
J t7 25
, 4 06
! T 40
' 9 50
; I 1 IS
L 4 31
, 11 23
' 2 ll
1 1 ,00
Lv. New orl-:
l.v. l icliiiiofid
" l)r ike's BraiiCh
" IMgU Point
" llotSpitass .
Ar. fena rl
" Sparr.anburjf :
" i.reenville ;
Lv. ! Atlanta " i
Ar. i.reeiivl'le i
" s iiisbury
Ar. Si lsbury
Ar. HltfU Point
Lv. liret nsboro
" Ciiapel mil
Ar. Oanvllte !
" Drake's Branch
" lu liaiond
' Hi M in ore
4 IS -
; 7 10
I 1 51
, 5 30
I 7 05
j 11 4)
; 6 !(
' 6 3S
I (S 55
) 8 50
i lo 20
j 1 4V
I 2 ?6
, 10 47
3 30 A
i)al!y. t Oailv vrpnt Knnr1.iv
, , .r .
so and 51 connects dnllv
Kej svilie tor ( l u ksville and Oxford.
No. 53 connects at IMjUuiotrt with C.
Point and Norfolk.
No 51 and 53 connects
& O. tor Old
51 llllll 5.1 fOlinOCfS nt I.' Iflimnnrl .U1lv.vn.ri'1 . l ..i.-i,l'liim.
, . ... , """j TAriJv
TXu. 58 (mmw f st Point h s iUVy eoaaectlon
l.iciiraond wini No. 5o for the south.
On train no 50 and 51, Pullmm Buffet sleeper! -tsirt you. Everything new,i'ospCitf
r. i l'. u iuik, uanMiieana August
liuit lill null JlOrilHIOWp, 'I t-l;j(.
.ua train.-52 and 53, Pullman IlufTet Sleeper hr
" auiii iuij aiiu itv urieai s
vij ; ami ueiueeii Wiisiilnjrlon and Avsffu
iiuii-i .mhi t.rt-f iisuoio. anu Piuitnan
Uf',, Min.sr.urj anct Kt oxviiit?
i n.o'tfr.i tljietsoasale at Principle stations, to
For n tesancl information, apply to any agent of
the l oai iauy. or to
Sol. Ha ah, Traffic Manaqer.
J . S. Potts, Dir. 7W. Agt.
W. A. Turk. Dir. i'ciw. Atft.
Jas. L. Taylor, (7e Van. Agt.
Is now Receiving His .
Fall and Winter Stock Of
Direct froi tie Northern Mariels.
An-l will be pleased to see his customers
fore purchasing elsewhere.
And nil other kinds of Goods kept in
er-.il stock, will be sold at prices to suit
call and znmm t&r stock. ! INVENTION
Bob Whfte and
Roller .Mill Flour of
the best quality.
JUST RKCEIVED ONE HUNDRED BAR
RELS OF FRESH. VIRGINIA LIME FOR
SALE. ' :
I expect alljKjrns who have given me yu, that wjll start you in busiuess
Mortgages on their crops to bring ine their cbt-. Will bring you iu more liionfj
on when il U rcadyfor sale. . : awan than ain tiiing ielse in tne;
II. J. HOLMES. Hrui outfit fre. AdI'TK "
40:tf "':. utista, Maine,
;-.W.N..C. Division "
Passenger Train Scheuile.
Effective lay lMtli, ls"
Tr.alu No. 52
l-4st 1h,U!iJ j
Lv oo a. m. Boston
4 30 p. m. New Ywik
1' 00 v asuiBt.tcn
fi or a, ra. Ljmirbui
8 03 Dauviiie r
8 30 a. ui. irieiiM.uij
s H p. in. Uolbsboii
r4" a. in. l.alcjtrt,
H12 Durliain 1
3 12 a.m. Grrt-lisb:7ir
Ar 12 12
- i 10
'Connellj S. rii gs
liot S,n i:a
Hot Sp'iii gs"
- 7 3
Indian ipo. Is
f T.i ,?o
6 35 p; m
p. m. St. .r.iiis
lo a. m
ilurphy Biaiu li.
Except sr.Mt Y
TRAIN NO 18
8 oo a in Leave A'w tI1!c ...
10 25 ait Wajin.sviile
2 25pm Churlesion ..
5 05 'Janctts-r..,.
- An 1
! '1 3d
A. & ,4. Road.
Oally except isl'NDA V
Spaft,Tnbi:r,' Anlve Upl
13en.it rsotj ll!e ; irsii
Aslievllle lrave Sll1-
3 5 p;
75lb mertdlan time used to ih.i Sj iinpg . .
swta .. .. .. .. wen c!r iiotSjflir.pl
PullmathSIcefcrsbelu een Wiisi lnjriorr A Saliftmj
.. ., LSiiiiiioiid & lira-nslai
;leij;!i Si (il'ffrtwrt
Knoxviiii' & i.oufcvtile
.. Parlor Curs .. .Sabsburj iliiiOiillK
JOS. L. TAYLOU, . P. A.I
w. a. vxnri;x. ActffD.M
Bipyi V ICewr. rde.d are jtbeevb
BUteLI read, this and then act; tin
- . . ...!. -ft
j win nnti Honorable eiiiploynienunpiiu'
; not take them from their honiesaiiid&B;
j iliesr The profits arc large amUijrefor
everv liidusti ions ipr?on. nianviJOT
iiiauu. uuu art" now iniiKiii" M'ri u"
at i (lre" "olls a month. It is casyTWlS
i one to make $5 .-and tipwanU per day.
who is willing to work. Ijiihcr Hi
youn or old: capital not denied; "
a j ability required; you, fea fieri pnjio&
r 1 well as anvone. Write, to us sit onceS?
via Mont sent-( full particulars, which we jmail fa
PaJiors Address Stinson & Co., I'ortlaniJ, Main.
WHEN YOU WANT f;
i i I -4 .
AT LOW FIGUBE?
Call on the undersigned at '
Agent for tbe f 4 Cardwell Thre''
Salisbury. N. C, June Rh tf. -
pen - ,
the world m
j tbe iast half century. Not Ifast01
Prt'ofnl 'the wonders of inventive prOgre
fcttll method and system of work that
T)eformtrt nil nvor fhe ceuiltfj -
seoaratine' th workers from their Vi
ray uperaij any ne can u '--i
I Cipher sex, ybung or old; no.1$Fk:ffi
!ity required. Capital not .need
are started free. Cut this out fOgf
to us fnd we will send you; frWLt
thimrnF irn.nl Tallin ntul lmPOn". .1