a to wi ilia: w Mnrarns
vin banters as Knicnw errant, saw
weHk nowji clergy umuv who didn t
want his name mentioned Iesjie might
t inspected of toI gfet , toilwttfc
with och soBjeeta, reminded me of 6
utory which CapL Ben FirchHd of
Kew York City VHco i force iwed ttf
touch for- twent?-6f?emrt-wgo. A
friend of the SCaptaina'Terr proper
ori of peroa,',whonrv t will cult tlr.
ood had coneeired an intense horror
Of prise fighters in general, igV of
John MoiTiiiej in particolaiT -Mr.
Good, one day, wJUer trailing, up we
1W road. droDOed into a eoriteraation
. nt!mn1r atranfrer of hercn-1
lean frame who occupied the seat next
to him. When the train arrired.at
Turnes'f the depjr t was seen to be in
complete possession of a mob of roughs,
and stalwart lumbermen, who had tak
en possession of lheJunch mom ann
Urrotze4 ererrbodr in the place. Mr.
Good1 was hungry, and he and his un-
known com Dan ion left the train to get
sotnethin ft to eat , Mr. Good pushed
him war throturh the crowd, and order-
ea an DTiier shew iruiu-
fTha bronrktot demurred, on the ground
that the rbiighs would not permit any
One etse VO oe serveu oufc nirir uwu
giff mr friend an oyster stew,"
e up tne nnxnown; nercuics, i
cpumi there'll be no trouble.'
.1! 'The stew was no sooner served lhan
si honir hand reached over Mr. Goort's
shoulder and tipped his stew upon the
yon give me an oyster
ttew.w said (he Hercules quietly "with
as promptly, tipped , over oy tne same
. : hand, while the mob of roughs, laugh-
td-aproarionsly .But the Hercules,
itike an avenging thunderbolt, had :
leaped from his stocf.
died away as
he wentihrogh therowcf
y striking out right and left until he had
Cut a broad swath clear to tne doorway,
TL 4U i
I foughs had to be picked up out oflej
rem.ins.of those milk stews fti
wkk , ana . uie ini oh , capra. , . Georgia, farmland. asked him. if
Then Hercules smoothed, doif hisji!
cues, and remarked quietlv as ever, Jjq,!
j i Jnst let me have anotner stew, please t.j mout the gal the farmer
k ffT l7?fend' replied, -but thntll & abojit nlLJ- w
i I Mr. Good looked at his companion w K J aT
we i,be ejIatd: 'Excuse fee,
sif.but who are you, anyhow?1 The
I oi rni
Hercules reached into his vest pock
f t and produced a card bearinghe
tame Jonn Morrissey, New York. The
stews were eaten in peace, and Mr;
Good afterwards said to Capt Fairchild,
arhe 'described the encounter: "Well,
they said a good many hard things
fbout John Morrissey, but hes
i mighty good-man to travel with."-n
Wmtrlpha Pres. ' ' y t
The Horron.of Gam Chewing.
New York Mail and Express.
"You must giveup'chew
An advanced pupil in a
untOwn school whs nonsuiting
phtsician regarding her health, and an m down' ez fast ez he
fhfifis hia Aversion of her story and Msg?!!? VP- ' Wlrfliofitayed
f Why, Doctor, that vurely can't
I ! would almost as soon -see you
drifiV whisky as to chew gum. (ium
chewing will ruin your eyes. The
muscles of the jaw connect with the
spine, ther are little - fi brous tissues
running infill directions. A number
of theaa extend to the eyes and are
called the optic nerres. Now, if you
will notic a ersoii eating -you will
notice, a Palpitation of the tern Dies
when ib lower fan mores and down!
in w process or masucauon. This is
caused by the working of the optic
nerves. 'which keen the inner mrt of
the eyesun motion and eieidses thrrh' sons), tuuie mil heie niid I'll fTIrij
nerves as much, as u needed to keep
them in ? a. healthy condition. These
nrves are more tender and sensitive
to a degree than one would im.icinp.
When they are overworked they benwi
aarunaen ana enfeebled, tbeirthe 4ro
eas of deterioration jm the eyeshl
begins Ofcoqre -IhtMnnJungW
nerres draws tha eyeMtieVi ihio the
socket, and as it is connected by the
slender threads of tissue to the pupil of
l,A-i.VL:. 1 m iri m.
j MiB.-ww uecumes auectea. ine
: consequence is thai, the- eye. beeeies
weak, and loses itsolor;'it becomes an
linnatural-looking gray, and the vision
is so much impaired by it that eye
glasses must be resorted tap??
i uATfui M that i$i not h.
U wm make f Ou wrinkW lo'c IU
". rT iyuxrineajoBg ueure
iKmeM 'ft willBA5 m
your timev aft wilMiidae o1r
uroaic ayspepiic. t hrow away your
gum or prepare for seriouoffble,, (
A Btfresainr Horelty.
Able Editor-What's the matter?
Foreman Half of the article for
-day s per have been p?d:-anditi
time to goto press, .
I -Political -theni ii't) Jine of
! nw-11 fill :n ' , . .
rush it out.: WVll Kw ?T??rta85 1eJ don k w"nt to make it pub-
A crow, i l-temnerd ai4..,, 1 i
man Ir ho reallr lover1
hateful and odious to invite tne affec
itioh of others.
A man has in ven
rings a little bell when the i
nin 1 nrvr
.. . .-.!;. I I " . . . .
' TJentl' XloodaonncL
t weed bun ank toe. f oi, stag or otheri general prosperity!
hounL UTi&tiQJ&- Efa,e,uoJUinUtratioa of tr
?Th tree blood holiifaT me Old bouto-
ll ,!," II I! TllliAJlJ
era npnnfl. is ta ir nvu mi
of thlCtjls UttiAdttidr
than ibefqi hoTimt btwd ehtsicdj ami
Hes f remendotisjT slow chas9Wt
a eoofl wallwr can. keep no witruuim
if the! tfitf'iSv, limit). Uut Kis scent is
something UJfUlJ He'll follow
a trai t wel re- or fompen non n
and throuUvherd. aftfr hfrd of am
- r - - - - - -
mals Ilnjlh(!tfe WMfWrt u
Bht if bhiud uf sunl uihfef HUlmuT
ii p'" ipttt ftf f-;,;fi flA"
'gone; the blood confu ses him and
throws him ofE. It is from this, and
i the fact that he will follow the track.
that he gets his name, not from any
"The Talbot used to be trained on
; the English and Scottish bordewxio
! pursue cattle thieves and other marau-
urn. Aiirsc Bieuuriwuiiun, v vucjr
i were called there, are still kept in
some of the big deer parks on the
, norm oi xjngiauu.
"There is a dog in the south called
. timisjbnpwd intjjniing
and is, perhaps, found among the p icks
used 1m foll5wtn2rr esc"arett cbn victs.
It isiiot-a blood h(mn, however, but a
cr m of mastiff and bulldog. It
oiooatnirsty. lnenpaniaras trainea
itin, th first. .phuntoaatB3na;
anowteTwaraibHbw'euna way 'slaves
with iL Ithjasstokn the bloodhound1
IhrWglliMCTrreyfioiind, whtchTof our people at the iiationa! wpit
has a cross of bulldog, can be taught to
follow men iike a otoodhonnd.
14 jQt&tf&rfielf. H f! I
AVhc4rlSrla!hW at tlHluJ
ifi WV? ' H
"""i'MV "-'"ii nt s
"Wall, I've got bit
Don't you thiuk
Is it, then, because
clothe them properly?"
VMM svf -.. 1. m1La..t1U
t t , 4 j r
& &)odJtt aria'diW ez
"Tbeir why doh't'toti send't!tenti?n
"Wall, I tell you., Some time ago I
fatWhtJol a While, learned a newtot uv
tricks, come home, outknocked me an'
Lfluug m againthe ground so hard
lit k'-iii -ri - i . ....
toa ne anocxea my nip outen j inr.
After this he driv me around putty
much as he pleased, without no respect
fur me at all. Ef he hadenter went
to that school he would, of have been
kind and 'fectionate, but he went thar,
ex I tellou an that settled it, an' let
me tell you, when a boy in this here
neighborhood gets sj he can whup
his daddy, w'y that household has dun
last its bolt. No. mister you may
take ray gals an' learn 'em all you
please, but I'd leetle ruther let my boys
stay away, urn (addressing one of
you down for a quarter. Arkansas
A Prirapk Affair.
her seedyfldjkiifg strange
teredy Austin, (ealoon the ojnw
dauf which was quite a party of men
ana speaKing low to the, nronnetor.
asked if he would tgnwity-htm a mo
ment's iftepMM Ci?tf JsShjxk
lhe , proprietor hesitated, notwith
standing his attire, and leaving the bar
to hkpfcfcqnt lfollQedTthl Inahia
a renlptrcorner of therooni T to nar
what he had to say.
01ancingcarefuJlv around to malrl
. T'.- T-' -r-W "w"JTt
Fu!SlWamb&r, and low-
tinflir Vila m.l. 1A u I ,
'"-! earnesi wnisper,
Ihengtfudi $. t 1
I "Would ,14 fU, J ii. -'xji-rJL
. uTriist yju.for a"dnnkf iwliiakv?"
wny. wnal the devil are vou so secret
uiA . . It orou wanted trust
wh? didut yon spe-ak np like a man
andiaay sof ; WhakVth k-;
, - W 11
v wwuicu ui i ate nnont itv
k u nmi irom Bla
. " "y you know he savs tmaa
ll"' 7'" Y"? a; gracious kin
nuu or me soul: and fKTi 17
just as jeaLtoa as itraa, when Paul
preached itohJ phillippTaiilv;111
-- . wMqu ian M
ing gum?' 80:11 my. oxi Jim ter school, ffe went
fashionable away with' the biggest sort uv respect
hr ior nisdaidv.'fur 1 could outknock him
"J yonr prayers-Be s Ircqiient
i wn... i
IffiSTir 3 AltOLIIJ A DEIIOCEACT.
Platform ofIty5doptedla SaU
ConTeon t Ealeigh,. h
iWe againiT?&gratuiater tne peopleoJ
orth Gigi.on the 4JTsi
ent of trace, good government una
We againip&gratulater the peopleof
hick Uaa now. hsennabiokeiL for, so
iany yeari; upon, the,Xustna impartial
g. eiacieiiey oi oar tomrnonrscmraf . bjs-
tern. -Uw Trogr nmde la popular
Mucation : unau.:iiJiiiapmvuHJut and
auterprie naitese4 ia t pafts of the
State, WeagaipUa4jenge..; a compan
ion between ,aUteoi' things;and the
iutragea, eriavoa and eeandals which at-
A t 1 , S.
ende4a Bepj4l ieai cf dfy W . P? r
toruers. . We uleasre ourselves to exert
fktttrejHwurc tjid, a t ,tyr best ef-
rts tu,ftcooyU itietee uUeo-sW of the
i)lef a MAionsdP tfl6Ttale. Af-
rMtosr touTtfdUeteiieetO1 leraoratw;
principles ag heretofore enuftciateil in the
piaTTorms oi tne paniv is nereixy
Resolved, That no government has the
right to burden its people with, taxes e
yond the amount rtqBi:edpilii,
necessary expeuses anaj grauunr extin
guish its public debt; ahd thaiv Vbenever
the revenues, however " 4letrvert4xced
this amount, they should 4tcdnci
as to avoid a surnlus in thetreasary.
Thut anv Kvstem of taxation which ne
cessitates the pay ment of a prennnr0jti5
$270 by the government on each ft.CWOf'! thousand dollars in a country con-
of its bonds, taken up with the millions
that would otherwise he idle in its vaults,
and paid to bondholders who purchased
in many instances, at less than pur, is
umle4oara, oppressive and;jftiquitous
and shoMuTe reformed. TStffourse of
our Democratic Itenreseutativi in Con-
igress, iu their efforts to giverfekef to the
people from burdensome iMterual revenue
and tariff taxation, meet jftt 4 the ap
proval of the Democratic party f, this
State, and we respectfuillv recommend
tout 1 1 they find it impossible Ab give to
U$r people all the relief demanded, they
support any just and practical measure
uartial relief from suchexisiiog burden.
' i i M'i... ,1.2 ,i . .'. ll ri...
methods, by, which the constitutional
revenue tariff shall be gradually' reached
must be trusted to adjust,
we think the
customs duties should be levied fur the
uctiivuf public revenue, and
djneamiaation in their adjustment
lJbdiyJh as will place the highest
rates on luxuries and the lowest on the
necessaries of life, distribute as equally
tts;possible the 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
internaWfvenue system, its a war tax,
not tdbe'jMstified in times of peace ; as a
grievous Aurden to our people and u
source annoyance iu its practical
operations. We call the attention of the
people of the5 State to the hyprociitical
UUeit-Dlatforms that thev are iu favor
HtBVf cpcai ui tiiiis uiiciuus ?it ill ui
taxatiou, enacted by their party, while
the Republicans iu Congress arc tax
iug their energies to obstruct all legislation-inaugurated
by the representatives
ftfjtBt .Deiiocratio party tdre)ieve the
people of all or a part of t his odldjns system.
Resolved, That the courscathe Dem
ocratic party, in furtherance .of popular
education, is u sufllcientj gRrajiy that
we favor the education of the people, and
we will promote and imptovcftJie present
educational advantages so far as it can
be done without burdening Um; people by
excessive ttaxation. . i . "
'Kesolfejf ;That to mcetlaa existing
eyif, we will accept, for educational pur
poses, from the federal Government a
pro rata share of the surplujTiu' il&treas
ury; Provided, that itbe diUatsed
through State agents and thVmtffor the
distribution be free from objectionable
Resolved, That the United States be
ing oue government and ours a national
Earty, we denounce the efforts of the
Republicans to force sectional issues in
Congress and elsewhere, and .to promote
dissension and ill-will between the peo
ple of the different sections of our com
mon country. . ; " ';
Resolved, That it is due to the. people
of our eastern count ir, who have o
cheerfully borne their share gfvar.cora'
mon burdens that ths'.presept or rsome
equally effective system ef county goveru-
nitjui biiaii b& iBgRnamea: '" l'-
nn rt v
is opposed to
the "Jio-fence" law, unless such exten
i law, u
sion shall have first been authorized by a
. . 1 j a .
Bas everiM tbjar:I of the workii
anononolies. nor have'tkistt'ibr 'Vimbfuattoas'' or
."pools" ever grovwup
nvlfUD tndlafi4 sen3ct-
ii by it. The contest lrliHhisrciajitry
being between aggregated canttah'. seek
ing to crush out all competition, atfd the
individual laborer, the Democratic part v
feflfe it navtif ieeufcgnt Ifie mo
iioVblist andliHaWr tf jfjifst Wfetribu-
tion of capital, and demands the en
actment of laws that will bear eauallv
Resolved, That s fcinaxttonf bea
mosheavillr upbtiyhf l&borir?it fsithe
duty ef theyegifjatir. Lj direct beiefit
toiworMiigirjftriY to keep tfieixpeffses
limit consistent with wise and efficient
management. Th- iemocratic partv
opposes any C($niref)itl0U between free
and convict labor, out itlnsists that con
victs shall not remain idle at the expense
tf honest tabo:
Resolved, That ours being an agricul
tural state, it is our duty as well as our
tion that is best calculated to advance
the interests of agriculture; and that
in soAnug we wfllhafet yfrelrfall Ad
vanc theiinterestfof a hAicsfmsliiu
factunet knd laborers. ' "
ResolvMl That, thn Tiam
lrtpwblloari5erilitlly pr the
auministration, of lion. Alfred M. Scales,
as honest, jjatriotic and conservative.
tuluess tO dutv. and manlv couniire or
President Clevpln nrl hnvA wnn the nl. I
d his re-no
(that Simmon's Liver ltenlHtor will rid you
"."pcjwia, llcalnche, Constiimtion and
lumiH.y. vIay1JiH,feat"vy chills and
fevfwftl PCnt4WiJrevr7Ir,S'wnd is a
complete antidote for all lualarinl Hoison
Jrt entirely free from quinine or calomel.
iry it, anl you will be astonished at the
Ktt9d rasulli olipreau'itic Simmon Ll vet
WguoitrejRi(il bjiJ. U;ZeiluilifflCiO
tnm jma4gniy oi tne quannea voters wi
j l terntorji to be anected thereby.
. tr't war Im lusule fur U IX !
r9k flle ut Oea.
' Here is n. example worthy of .being
tillowed by iue fathers of alt mash
ers.''Mr'. Chales Crowley; a" hand
some, joung fellow in ! BrooklyriTfolow
ed Miss Parker on the street and spoke
to her., and tried to take hold of 1 her
arm. She 'screamed and gave Crowley
in charge '. for insulting her. iThe
von bar man's ' father got him out on
bail, and then dragged him to the
young taays nouse, uereueniaue tnui
get r down ' on his knees and beg
the youn lady's pardon. Crowjley,
Jr- whs then taken home, and persons
! residing' in the neighborhood were
II a 1 II . I 1 I 1
Kepi nwaKe au uigni oy a mysterious
whacking noise, which sounded like
a barrel stave vigorously applied to a
bagging trust or something else.
- i . i
Nonne w able to tell how much
good he- is doing when doing a right
act, or how much evil he is doing
when doing a wrong actjr mere may.
irj either case.
lie beyond the act a
long seqnel, wholly unseen by himjand
pot by him intended.
i'The extent of the sunerfluoiui burden
lliAlicated by this surplus wil! be better
Tapprcciateu when it is suggested that
liiich surplus &loue represents taxation
srrecatlnir more than one hundred land
talmng fifty thousaud
If all men were to pay a little atten
tion to the interests of their daily liusi-
ns as most men do to their spiritual
interests tor a long eternity, the con
sequence would be that the business
affairs of this world would go to ruin.
I m m m . !
A Wcaaa's Discovexy. j
rAnother wonderful discovery has been
made and that too by a lady in this coun
try. Disease fastened its clutches upon
her and for seven vears she withstood its
severest tests, but her vital organs vKre
uuxlerumided and death seemed injmi
nejit For three months she couched in
cessantly and could not sleep. She bought
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
er r for Con sumption and was so much
re ieved on taking the first dose that she
slept all night and with one bottle has
been miraculously cured. Her name is
Mfs, J .ut her Luts." Thus writes W. C.
lmrick A Co., of Shelby, N. C Get a
frejB trial bottle at T. F. Kluttz & Co..
iVav without ceasing, because your
daggers never cease, your wants never
Th9 Verdict Unanimous.
W. D. Suit, Drugsist.Dipnus.Ind . tes-
I can recomiuend Elwtric Bitter
he best remedy. Every bo:t!e sold has
iiven relief in every case. One man took"
"X hot ties, and w;is cured or l(h'.uint sni
of 10' 'years' 'standing " Abral.am II a re,
1 ' i ... a. n i i rr . mi
orfgyiM. iieiiriiie, uino, amrms: I hr
bet si lling medicine I have ever handled'
in iy 20 years' expeiicnce, is EUctuc Bit
ters." 'Thousands of others have added
their testimony, so that the verdict is
tinsni.tHous that Electric bitters do cure
all ilisenses of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood.
Only a haTf dollar a bottle at f. F. Kluttz
Prayer exports wants, imports bles
ings, turns out sin, brings God in.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. '
1116 Bkst Sai.ve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khciim, Ferer
Soripp, Tette. Chapped Hands, Chilhfains
Corns, and all Skin Erutions,and positive
ly aires Piles, or no pav required. It is
guruantwl to trive perfect satisfaction, or
monev refunded. Price 2." cents dcs box.
For Sale br Kluttz & Co. 1
3:ly. " )
"Public office is a
rmolfevtrf rntfrSirtiifir Tonic1
Here ia a simple testimonial, which shows ihow
D. )i. B. Unregarded. It will knock your mala
ria out and restore your appetite : i
Splendid for a Spring Tonic. ;
Ahlixotox, Ga., June 30, 188.
I suffered with malarial blood poison more or
less nil the time, and the only, medicine (that
done me any good U B. B. B. It is undoubted
ly the, best Mood medicine made, and for ;this
malarial country should be ased by every! one
in the spring of the year, and i god in sum
mer, fall and winter as a tonic and blood purifier.
Girei Better Satisfaction, j
- Cadis, Ky., July 6, 187.
Please send me one box Blood Balm Catarrh
Snuff v return mail, as one of mr customers
js Inking B. B. B. for catarrh and want a! box
t tne sntin. if. H. it. gives better satisfaction
tlvah any 1 ever sold. 1 harts sold 10 dozen in
t&e paH 10 weeks, and it gives eood satisfac-
tTolC. i It' I don't remit all right forsuuif write me.
Youw, W. II. Bhasdqx.
It iemored the Pimples, j
Itocxii Molxtais, Tenn., March 29, 1887.
A lady friend of mine has for several Vears
been tieduiujuuid.jiiniples oaj her
face ana neck, for which she used various cos
metic. in hrJer, to 'remove them and beantifv
and improVe'lfer" conplexion; but these local
judications were ofljr iejjinirjr.aud lit her
skin in a worse condition. 1
I reVommend an" internal preparation
Icnfcwn ar Botanic IHood Balm which I have
using ud selling about two years; she
u?ed three bottles and nearly all pimples jiarc
disapcared, her skin is sort aud smooth' aud
her general health much improved. She ex
presses herself tnnch gratified, and can recom
mend it to all who are thus affected. i
5 Mas. S. M. Wilson.
BOOK OF "WONDERS, FREE.
All who desire futl information nhnut thp Amies
P.iood Poison. Scrofula and 8crofulona
Gemplalnta, Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mall. free.
copy f our K-paye illustrated Book of Wonders,
tlf d with the most wonderful and start ling proof
ever oeiore Known. Address, r
Blood Balk Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
Having qualified as Adtninistrator! up
on the estate of Margaret Ritchie, dee'd.
all persons having claims against baid
estate are required to present them on or
before the 27th day of 8ert ember. 1889.
Ur this notice wijl be plead In bar of (heir
k. . ; ah r j . i. .
recovery, ah wrsoiu owing sam estate
are hereby notified to make immediate
payment. ' ' 3f. A. BOSTIAN, I
Steain, Air aiideacinii
uai oi e
Cleanses tbe Nasal'
t i o n. Hsals the
the Senses of Tast:
and SmelL j
TRY THE CURE.HAY-FEVER
Is a disease of the mucous membrane.
generally originating in the nasal pas-
fages and maintaining its stronghold in
tne head. rora this point it sends forth
a poisonous virus into the stomach and
thraugh the digestive organs, corruutinir
ihe blood dnd producing other trouble
some and dangerous symptoms.
: A pmicle 1 applleJ Into each nostril, and Is
agreeable. Price 50 cent at druggists; by mall
registered, 0 cents. ELY BKOS.. St Wnrren
Street. New York. IS:lv.
NORTH CAROLINA) Superior Court
ROWAN COUNTY i Before the Clerk.
John D. Miiler, Adm'rl
of YVm. L,itaker. dee'd.
land to make
Albert ine Miller. D. J.
Brown and wife. Jose-
t)hine C. Brown, heirs at
aw of YVm. Litaker,
i It appearing by affidavit to the, Court
that D. J. Brown and Josephine C. Brown
are necessary parties defendant to the
proper determination of this proceeding,
and that they are non-residents of this
State, now, therefore, this is to notify
them to be and appear before John M.
Rowan county, at hi office in Salisbury, !
N. C, on or before the 22d day of No-!
vember. 1888. and answer or demur to
plain tiffs Complaint which is now filed;
f u : -- j? . i .
int.-i cm, or uus proceeaing will oc neard
x-parte as to them.
Dated this the 25th day of Septcrabeiv
1888. J. M. HORAH,
Cl'k Super. Court of Rowau county.
Theo. F. Kluttz, Plaintiffs Attorney. $
A New Discovery
Great Southern Remedy.
Having been from childhood a great
sufferer, the result of protracted chills
and indigestion, terminating in diseases
of Liver, Kidney and Urinary Organs,
and having tried many remedies known
to the profession with only temporary
relief, I have finally succeeded in discov
ering a combination of vegetable reme
dies, which combination has proven a
remedy for diseases of all the internal
organs superior to any known in a life of
suffering and practice of nearly fifty
years. As by it I have been restored
from what seemed to be inevitable death
to perfect health without taking a dose
of any other medicine in nearly two
: For further particulars apply to your
druggist, or JNO. F. FOARD, M. D.
Olin, Iredell county. N. C.
July 9, 188.8 3m.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Obtained, and all other business tn the U.S. Patent
Ofhee attended to Ior Moderate Fee
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we can obtain Patentsln less time than tbote re
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ent office. For circular, advice, terms and refer
ences to actual client k in your own State or countr
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, Oct.siss. tf
LAND SALE !
Bj virtue of a decree of the Superior Court
nf .ni..inn .,.,- ; .1 ..r r -
- . 111 me WK ut Xa. A.. J1CIVOV
..rl I .:u n '
...... ... . v.pmtv, 1 will Kll UK lOUri
House door in the town of Salisbury, on Mon
day, !he 5th day of Xoveinher, 1888, ahout 350
acres of valuable land in Rowan county, about
jten miles west of Salisbury, known as the Mc
Kay land. This land will he ohl in tracts of
50 to 150 acres. They are among'the best
lands in a section famed for the excellent Qual
ities of the soil ; and furthermore there is suffi
cient timber of fine quality to pay for the land
: C ;. 1 . .
ated wlthru 2l' rHHf 2,Vu
Carolina Rail Road.'
Terms :-One-fourth cashed the balance i.
twelve months. Persons desiring further in-
formation will please call on me or Coli W. A;
. , . i.VVsfi.Ai liw.sii t --rift -s
very v arie w aiiciijapag
i ,r , ;C ;r, ' '. u -si a- ' '
The most simplediirableand
Pump in the market ior Mines,
Refineries; Breweries, actories
wells,;Fire duty and general manufacturing,
Purposes. tjt Cfvtafogu j
The A. S. CAMERON MB PUMP'WOBKS;
FOOT OF b,AST 33at 8TB4 KTK E W YoK
PIEDMONT AIR-llHK BOOTS
Richmond & Danville Eailroad.
IN EFFECT JUNE 24, 1888.
Tkains Run By 75 Meridian Time;
Lv. ev York
5 10 "
7 45 " 1
4 s r
6 5 .
i fS 5
143 r. M
f- 7 40
. to Id
" Illffli Point
" t.reenvllle - !
Lv. AttaotA " i
' Spartan bug t
" charlotte ,
" Coneord '
Lv. Hot Sprfnirs
" Asheville i
Ar. 8 i isbury
Lv. Salisbury ;
Ar. hlyii Point j
". tireeuboro 1
" S ilem
' co.tpi inn
" Durham 1
Ar. bauvliie I
' Drike's Branch
' Keysvllle . ,
" Burkesviile 1
" HI liinoiU :
' Lyneliburg '
" t U ii lotu s vllle l
I A ,M
1 li 4
1 f, 3S
' S 40
' lO 5o
1 4 80
6 55 .
t DaUy, exce 1 USunday.
P-?,and5f connects dally exc ;rsunday at
Keysvlllotorchirk-aviuennd bxfort. c,unaaj al
iin; 1a rX.r '""nond with C. & O. tor Old
So 5i and 55 connects at nicbmo d dally excent
Sunday for West mint and B iltimc e W
Nu. 5i lrou Vfst Point h is d.iMy connection at
mohmond w iih No. 50 for the Souife TOnQeciIon ni
On train no 50 and 51. Pujiman 3uiTet SleeDer
Montgomery and Kew York, banvl audnnirtt
Kaleigh and Morrtstow n, 'inn Augusta
On train? stand 53. Pniimn ...
tween Washington and New orleai via NoiJltio- .
ery; and between Washlnffion anrt tngurta fuc I
uiond and oreensboro, and Puiin u Partor Cars
between Salisbury and Knoxvuio -mil1!?."?:1
Uj,iet30I i Prim 1 ,ne station?; to '
For ruteaand InfnrmBtinn mmi.
o any' agent
the Company, or to ' .
&OL..JIAAS, Traffic Mane pr.
J . S. Potts, Dir. Pw Apt.
A. Turk, -Dir. Pa. At f,
RaI ki(;h, N.
I J as. L. Taylor, :(h-h. Pa. Agt.
R. J. .HOLMES
1 " ' ' " . j. .
Is now Receiving His
Fall and Winter Stock Of
Direct from tie Nirlto Markets,
Ana: WI, be pleased to Fee his curtorrocrs he
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Ami all other rid! of Oorwls tin
.i . . .... . : 1 "
, rai SlOCK, will be sold at fri-ir tt tift- th
! ., ' a
CALL AMD BUr.1l3tE filT St6W,
White1 and Crystiili,"
Kollcr Mill Flour ;6f"
the bcst iralHy;!;
M54 u UMB -FOIi
I I ? ii, j
j S&" I Pct all iersoft who hat. jrjLrerrm1
Mortage on tbeix crops t brjn 0 theircot.
- ton when it is Veady for saL.' " W V
BiGhmona and DanTille Bailroafl C li
W. N. C. Divisions
Passewger Train Schedule.
Effective May 13th,
Train No. 52.
Train No: .
n. m. Boston
p. m. -New York
, tn.' Lj nehburjr
nooa , r
a. na. ' 1
1 1 85. a m... Salisbury
Ar 12 12 noon statesvuie
51 organ ton
Hot SpilPgii '
5 40 p. m.
1 30 a. m.
7 15 ;
4 15 a.m.
7 ."o p; ui.
11 10 a. in. lndlanapo:is
6 35 p. in. Chicago
1 5o St. Paul
6 40 p. m. sr. i.oms
7 lo a. iu. Ksusiis Cltv
P IB .
Daily except st U V
A j r 4 t"'p. Di , i
8 00 a no. Leave As!etll!e .
10 25 Ajt WavrtisvlIU' .
156pm vharlrhtou ....
A.ft S7 Road.
DJlly except SUNDAY
THAIX NO i
i . TKAIXX011
Spnrtanbur" Arilve s lop.m
lienlnonville . ra.m
Ahhevllle Leave 8 10-
s 5 p. m Leave
t II ' Arrive
. T5lh meridian tltne used to Hot Sprirps.
Wth .. - j. Wet ef bet Sprtuw.
Pullman Sleeper s ben cr n Wasiilntrlon t Salihbury
.. T"' .. Klolmioufl ;rctnsboro
. .. ! Kno.wllle i IxniisWile .
Parlor Cars .. ' Salisbury & Ktoxville
Jt)S. t. TAYLOK, P. A.
' ' ' W. A. WTXBfnX: ArlV D.k A
HORSE AND CAT1 LE POWDERS
SoIIRsit wf!l -lio ci i...rc. r-i -is or
rBK. II rOntz's I'ow.jfrH arc vru in true.
j(itz s'oW(i(tufllri1p.-iiii.l pr w-nl H o ' nnl.f.
TOntZ V Poii vt pri'Vriir : !" IN FtiWLR.-
Kotitx"aIovtiJT.JU iic n n f tlir finnntitv of wt!k
'tan rrpnfti jwt-n'v per vxnx.. aivi n.:ikc il.f butter Sna
Ml'l KWfOI.' .
y FmifjT i'o'T'lcre hI 'tiro or prf vnt iihvwt tkT
V'skakk to wijiit ."jiux-s :in.l atjli-nr .'ii..t
FOTTZ'S jl(lVTKT!S UII.t CIV. SjHIOFACTjIOX,
old evvfywKeie. ;
. .."-' BALTiaidRE.KD.
UO AOOOMH.NHPlW, li .honlrf know.
BmA utama. RAKEIi KKM.COBoslMBBffsloJi.T.
ER8IAN BLOOM. Best Ccatlexin
tSIAN BLOOM. Best CCBtleziaB Bttn-
tifler. Skin Oare and Blemish Eradicau knowu.
tamo for trri mrknro. AddMM M bOf-
AT LOW FIGUBES
Cajl on thcjjnJerwttetl at JsO. 2, Gracit
Lghnt ft j- the Car dwell Thresher.
ad beuuttOc the teir
iraevvr rails to Kastar urs
BARKERS GINGER TONIC
Qf 711 tfiTftSt ? tO ' "Lafll
, wUtTraF am -tllrftil
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tan msm m. - VM
ii i i;ti ,1 i :i i - -rs
WW .AW V 1 1 1
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NEW YOU It
oeK. J. W.iMAl'XKYi dbmTjJ- -
Sept, 22t l88. - -30; j I 4n:tf
It: J. IIOUrES: TSffflBTO
TiC. Xixx, Att'y.
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