DELICIpCS DISQUISITION 03i OFFICIAL
Mr. Randolph Keim has written a
Jetter abort Mr?, Harriawn which can
jnrdly fail to close the doors of the
White House and the Gift House to
him, though jt might Ik? argued by an
cute" to accept valuable presenU,given I
i. n r I 1J 1
on account of tlie great omce you uuiu
than to make a forty nate in vestment
with your own money. .
wXhe Commsioners of the District,
his own iipjioifitees, shonld doubtless
feel disposed to niake improvements
in that direction which would still
further give the transaction the ap
pearance of a deliberate money-making
scheme." We hope the Commissioners
tup geuue- -j t. I r: -i i' ,w U-f W.,r.
man tlie riirii t io o;;g:t in mmiiixu m i . .. .,, aju-
proximity to presidintial families was a i . p -j,,
riito luwvpr that to k'ji v this gentle
nun the right to hi:? in suniign
greatness, anu to disport himsel
CTTlSSIai gentlemm whom the President
iuci a.. - r -7- , .iriiV1:n0i !,wtm!istfr Opnt-ra was one
r "irn tn"?Mr,0KMm w tl aoneiJtiib TOmmnr residence
him. If it b? true, as Mr. Keiui says, . . , , . , .
l rial IX anyone BMnwxa
it anyone supple . niSiy Douglass. Aines and
ce ne is great- - ' a
lv nntukpii. then Mrs. Harrison can
not too promptly banish the aforesaid
Keim from her train. It was
Mr. Biuret Haisted, exiled f rom Ohio
v . nn account or s couuuei uunim
I 1 - - - .j
1 1 1. 1 1 . .
- 1 i-. 1 l ii.. 11 : I MSG cam pmxu mix irccm-iv
we oenve, 10 wnoin uc wuim w m-i . . . -. m .,1 i..
Ated for the imaginative picture olV) 8 th he fue of
Mrs. Harrison, with a handkerchief ' . . ""-'
I rl 1 I 1 1 'I 1 III 111-. Il l .1 Ml I l l jm a'1 1 . ma
11 i !.... I III UU1 3 IlUb IIC v. A- ....
nrovHineiirs rererreu to can oniv oe
rs. Harrison, with a handkerchief Uak V .ew was ennanceu uy impiove
rapped her around head, sweeping the M.fVi
hteHou.se. It was Ifrim who at- ed by President Cleveland. Mr Ha
ibuted to Mrs. Harrison nmmto- IMjr Woow. tb.fc Ma. teesm
lvl ImniflUnino n t hft W lite uu,s uukuc uugui t.
If i , v Ka , , . 1 i ,-. 1 i f it- 1 1 1 -! 1 t
tSlCffSUi Mrifc- Ae. ew brWge on. Wooley Roadnd the
: Z. extension of KowIuMU avenue.
A . 1 .. 1 m. lhe bridge was voted by Congress
semen airs, riniiuii us lunmug 1 .,, : , 1 1 u 1 .
. 1 L ..zTi-- ...: with one branch of which President
maims ftuovi, Mie iiisuuitiiicw u -
' : xi.. it i.;..i ta ,w.f Cleveland did not have so much in
viv?nce 01 ine ijuusu 11n.11 huuim "w" n j i-ti i 1 u
: ,1 :s i. flnence as lie was entitled to, and the
nave oeen 1 1 a very giHu swic il ir ... , . , , n 1
i.. ff k'oin, hn ;,, other branch of which was controlled
1 1 1 1 1 . : .( c... bv his nolitical onDonents. Senator
ine rnnaueinuia liHiuner ui ubi kJU" , T' r n i 1
a 1 I"1 1?.- , John James Ingalls was the chairman
"The Executive Mansion, as every ? eomnuttce on the District of Co kirn-
l. ..-1 ;.f oil nAvtQA w nnt. bia. He was never accused of seeking
ii t .1 i.,n,o to advance President Cleveland s polit
L.11- 'im. uwIf aK..1.1 ..f heal or pecuniary interests. lhe bill
i. Ik -j-.x: ...... fi,Ar for the bridge became a law without
citizen, when lie takes enjoyment in
the President's signature.
mi 1 -, t r 1 11.
having all the members of his family Ane extension or iuassacnuseus
around him. Some persons have taken avenue was oruereu uraiHw ih u, n
exception to our haying a large family
A enjoy me presence oj: my iattier iu
his declming veare. We enjoy our
children and our grandchildren and
of the laud through which it was to
run gave the land for the avenue4, and
the opening of the avenue would make
1 quantity of agricultural land taxable
JUIIIIUICII cum .Ml iiiiiiimminn.u ....v. A... , . . 1
Wish to have them about Us all the city lots, and thus prove a good
time. It would be-unnatural tor any
father or mother to feel differently
investment for the citv. The exten
sion of the avenue -will be of great im
Tko r.nv.rnmnt. fnrnil.o iMMfWiiintP portance to the owners of land across
nMAn.niiwl!.imn fr th ftimilv nf Hip Kock Creek from Washington, now
President and besides during the sum- entirely inaccessible, and to land lying
u .....i ,...ot..;..f too far south of Woodlev tioad to le
put upon the President and his house- reached by it, lhe place President
JioJd, the Executive mansion is a very Cleveland bought, for fronting south
.mni(w..Up nhmp " on Woodlev Koad and west on lenal-
Senator Harrison V family was not 'v town Road and at least 400 yards
Innrp. it i-siif.t. nerfwIvHwinvliv Prpsi- north orthe extension of Massachu
Ipnt. Harrison 's -familv should be hirife setts aeiiue, will not de rendered one
that it cannot lje comfortable in the particle more accessible or desirable by
Kipeutivp Mansion. - Hut this is a that extension, which is still very far
mM trifln? 'it is simnlv siivmnrr fllf from pompUte, A map of the section
old song which Mr. Keim has been is enough. to convince any one that
vinmn.r fnr n vpmp l.rpiinse Iip L nnus a the ex tension of Massachusetts avenue
ifinhI architect to snoervise the erec- cannot add to the value of Oak View
Hnn nf a hirtrp ndditirvn tnthf. mnnsinn If the avenue were to run north of
Mr. Keim has made all his nrevious Oak View it woiihUdd to its value by
attacks upon the good sense and good giving ita new frontage, but running
taste of the President's family seem 400 jards south of the south front of
small bv inserting the following in his 'the place it will be of no Ijenefit what-
letter to the Inquired of last Sunday: ever to any property that Mr. Cleve-
On the subject of the accntance of hind bought,
acottiiue. Mrs. Harrison said: uLast But then, it is hardly worth whih
vear the president thought best to occu- to institute any comparison between
py a cottage at Deer Park. This sum- the President yho buys his house and
mer the late adiournment nossiblv ex- his chairs and his flour, and fh
tending into earl v autumn, necessitated President who saves his money by ac-
tho splwUimi of n nenrpr nnint tn Hip cepting a present a "beautiful Cot-
Capital.. There have been suggestions tage fully equipped."
from various sources about purchasing
A summer home in the suburbs of Henry Clay on ths Goat.
wasnington, wmcn at the eiul or Ins The following anecdote of Henry
omcal term niiglit be sold at a con- Clay has just been published for the
.derable adyance. We have an example r'f. :,. Ub-miim mi nf Hip
of this, but the president will not use Capitol at Washington one dav, seeing
nis omcar raji.K as a means of making ;l frightened woman frying to ward off
money, even to the extent, of purchas- the uttacks of a sportive goat, he gal-
1 o nu,Mr ,8u"",er usx. Him h,Uy, in spite of his years and office,
Helping Sickness to locate.
A doctor wants a job. Therefore
these instructions are given to all who
wish to help the physicians and the
undertakers to buisness and profit.
i ii -
worry ail yon possibllv can. VYor-
ry about your nealtn. Worry about
the health of vour wife, husband, son.
daughter. Keep right on worrying
and all the tune be afraid that some
thing will happen. You will not have
to worry a great while before all you
thus invite will come and stay with yon.
Converse with your household and
visitors all you can about sickness.
Describe all the complaints of any and
all of yoar family, friends or neighbors
ever had. Talk about sickness, sores
boils, belly aches and biliousness a,
the table while-eating, and at all times
possible. Regale your visitors with
reciials of all that is doleful, dreadful
and d's mil.
Be real sure that von will soon be
sick. Stay at home till you are sick
Don't blow your nose lest you bust
your head open. Do not take a bath
lest you have the pip or periwinkles.
Talk as much as possible about sick
n ss, death, funerals, graveyards,
worms, darkness, hell, damnation, and
ill such that encourages to mental
gloom, spiritual despair and kidney
troubles. This will help you to be
sick and to bring up in the place you
Pay as little as possible to nature's
calls. 1 his will help send you to a
Keep your house dark as possible.
Have curtains thick and keep out the
ight. 1 m iik f hell and hard times
all you can. To be out of doors and
in the open air all you can, induces
leep, which is rest, which is Heaven.
Therefore stay in the house as much
Absorb all you can of the aches.
grunts, grumbles and despondency of
those whose pores need opening with
soap and water. Encourage those who
von talk to about their neighbors, re
tail all they can of scandal and dirty
foot gossip. This will help you to
need a doctor. I bus you can induce
sickness to locate itself and your body
in bed or the back yard.
Wprth Hnndrdds of Eoliars.
My wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finement. Says she would not be with
out it for hundreds of dollars. Had not
half as much trouble as before. Dock
Miles-. Lincoln Parish. La. Write The
Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga..
for further particulars. Sold by all
The name of Mr. Samuel W. Clement
of Duplin county has been proposed as
tno successor to lr. 15. t . uixon as i-u-
perintendent of the Oxford Orphan
Allays Pain and
I n fhun mat ior .
Heals the Sores.
Rest res the Sens??
of Taste and Smell.
BicM anfl Mile Eailroafl Co.
W. N. C. Division
Passenger Train Schedule.
Effective May 13th, 1S8S.
Train So. 5i.
THY THE CUES. HAY-FEVER
A parUcle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agree
able. I'rlee 50 et-. at Druggists; by m ill registered
5o els. ELY BKOTHEliS.M Warren St.. New York
J. M. PATTON, Jr., Lessee.
u uu a.m.
4 3U p. Ill
r. im a, in.
1-jiiluU' i; Ula
It ; noon
Ji t3 U. Ul.
i At! U.U1.
10 44 p.m.
8 40 p. m. Oolbsboro
1 45 a. ui. Ualolgh
H li Imi'Slahl
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LESSENS iRfflLgjp T0 LIFE oP
DIMINISHES DjtUTUCD r
Complete in all its Appsiitmb.
KiJ EJ 1 1 l V f I 1 t I
m 1 1
Major 8. B. Bethel, a well known
citizen of Desarc, Ark. while limiting
was attacked by a panther. Mr. Bethel
tired upon and wounded the beast,
when it chased hini to the river, where
he took refuge in a dugout. He was
not seriously hurt.
The body of Mrs. Hall Henry was
found in the woods at Scriinton, Pa.,
death having resulted from the bite of
a rattlesnake, lhe body was so swollen
and discolored as to be hardly recognizable.
The colored people of Asbury Park,
N. J.,are stirred up because Mr Brad ley, j
the founder of the resort, hassetapara
portion of the beach for their exclusive
: El S
Regulate The Bowels.
Oosliveiiess (Icranaen llso whole Gya
tci auil ncjjcJs diseases, sitcli aj
Dyspspsia Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
Bilious Colic, Malaria, etc.
Tnlt'M PIIIh lii ailiire rcsrulur habit of
body mid ;uoU t! icxosi ioit, v.i!lioi;$
Hbicli, uoouc cat eujoy Ut.'2lil.
Every Variety of Printing Done
With Neatness and Dispatch.
Ball & Wedding Invitations.
No :-: Botch
3 U a. m. Urt;t-!ibboro
"l l S3-a7m . Salisbury
Ar IS t noon Statesvlllo
it a p. in. Cituwoa
it 53 Newton
1 4 Connelly springs
S10 Mordant on
J20 Gleii Alpine -
i 49 Marlon
3 13 - Old Fort
S 87 Round Knol
4 00 mack Mountain
4 31 Asupvillc
Lv. 4 40 Aslieville
Ar. SOS Alexanders
5 31 Marshall
6 10 Hot Springs
Lv. 5 40 p. m. Hot Spiirgs
Ar. 7 3 Morrtstown
8 50 Knoxvlllo
11 40 Jelllco
7 30 a. m. Louisville
12 46 p. m.
12 19 noon
II 40 a. m.
. MMfl anfl Mile Mhj
Ui EFFECT FEB. 16,
Trains Bun By 75 Mertwaj,
llio a.m. iPfllannpoils
6 33 p. m. riit'-fgo
l ro St. Paul
6 40 p. m. St. Louis
7 lo a. m. Ksns;ss City
4 t o p. m
s ?o p- m
" Durham -Ar.
. ' Greensboro
A r, Columbia
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO IS TRAIN NO 17
s u a m Leave Asncvillp Arr 4 .r" p. m
0 23 Arr . WaynesvlHe .. 2 so
1226 pm Charleston -loisa.m
5 05 Jarutts Leave Tft)
A. & 8. Koad.
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO 12 .TRAIN NO 11
3 50 p. m Leave Sparlnnbnrg Anlve 2 io p. m
7 17 Arrive lienderf-ouvllle 9r.sa.m
AsbeviUe Leave S10
Lv. Hot Springs
" 44 stateville
i Ar. S ilisbury
44 IO. hmoml
' 19 l
75lh meridian time iuca to Hot spiirf s.
,90th .. .. .. west rf Hot Springs.
Pullman Sleepersbetwcrn Washington & Salisbury
Raleigh & Gi-eentsboro
Knoxville & Louisville
.. Parlor Cars .. Salisbury & Knoxville
JOS. L. TAYLOR, G. P. A.
W. A. WIN BURN. Act'g D. P. A
tt tt u
Take no shora unla
AV. I.. DoiiKlas' name and
nrico are stamp d oti tho
bottom. If tin- ilalT ninnot supply you,
Kond direct to factory, cnclosHig udvertioed
selling it when lie retires from Dfllce
7 he President Inis decided scruples
about that. The OmimLsioners of tlie
District, his own appointees, would
doubtless feel disposed to make im
povenients in that direction which
would still further give the transaction
ihf appearence of a deliberate money-
Clerk Superior Court, J M Horah.
Sheriff, C C Krider.
Register of Deeds, H N Woodson.
Treasurer, J Sam'l MeCubbins.
Surveyor, B C Arey.
Coroner, D A At well.
Commissioners, T J Sumner chairman,
V L Kluttz, C F Baker, Dr L W Cole
man, Cornelius Kestler.
Sup't Public Schools, T C Linn.
Sup't of Health, Dr J J Summcrell.
Overseer of roor, A M Brown.
W. L, DOUGLAS
Fin Calf. Heavy Laced Grain and ireea-
moor Wati-rproof. . ,
Hint in tli world, l.nmlw lil
S5.00 OKNIIIXK HAX1)-!KWK SHOE.
4.00 IIAND-SKWKI) WI.I.T SI OK.
S.l.50 I'OLICK AM) FAUMKKS' SD.OE.
t-i..r:) r.x ri: v.M.rv: ai.i miok.
-j.i5 woitKixnjiKN's Mior.s.
a.O-' anil 01.75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
AH luailo in Conj-Tess. I!i;lt!i :uil Lace.
Orders by mail solicited and pronijit-
lv attended to.
J. M. PATTON, Jr.,
Salisbury, N. C.
AB00H TO SMOKERS.
ALLAN'S P1.E LEAF CiUlRS k CIGARETTES,
Use the Pine Needle Ciftars for a de
lightful smoke and speedy relief for IX
FLCEXZA, At l'TK AND CHRONIC
CATAHRir, CLERGYMEN'S SORE
THROAT; HAY FEVER. ASTHMA and
ALL BRONCHIAL DISEASES. Cora
liiniuj; tbe full aroma of the Yara tobac
co, imparting-lo the taste and breath a
pleasant effect, and by the introduction
of pine needle the nicotine or poisonous
properties of tobacco are destroyed, not
only,rendering their use free from Injury,
but with positive benefit to the consumer.
For sale by the following dealers in
Salisbury: G. W. Smith, C. J. Kestler,
W. L. Young, D. Hanline, L. Ed. Heilig,
J. II. Eaniss, E. C. Miller, C. II. Swink,
J. W. Harris, J. K. Smith, also at St.
Janus hotel. S. F. II A RRELL,
Greeiifcboro, X. C. Southern Agent.
twins come an&w -
One nf tho
H KMT Tel -
! eseonea i n
the worm, uur rmiitties ar
unoqiia!- d..pntl to introdure our
superior froods we niU endFI?EB
tooNJt rkRoJi In each loralitr,
: abo-e. OnlT th'w who write
' to u ct onre ran make rure of
I the rhance All you have to do in
rflini is to fhow our (roods to
: thoe who call your neieiitora
and those arouod yotr Thr be-
a;fnnifi? of this advertisement
ahows the small end of the trle-
The following cot Rives the appenrancc of it reduced to
ttESTPttm'. RiCllV(iM) araHHLFlli-
Via Keysvillo, upitmd.
about the fiftieth part of its bulk. It is a ffrani jdoubleaizetele
acope, as larjre as iscasyto carry. We will also aootvyoa how you
can make from .I to'S I O a'day at least, iruni the start, with
out experience. Better write at once We pav all apres charjrea.
Address. H. HALLE i T & CO.. liux tC rouiLXSU, IIaihe.
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Caveats, and Trade-Mark obtair.Qil, and alt" Pat
ent business conducted for Mobcrats Fzzs.
Ou Orricc is Opposite U. S. Patent Owicc
and we can secure patent, in less time tiiau uioso
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if jjatentahle or not. free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A Pamphlet, uIIow to Obtain Patents," with
names of actual clients in yuur State, county, or
town, sent free. Address,
Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
AUiitioti;a train leaves o.vri ' iUVa p.verw
d.U It a mi. aiT.vcs IlinlPiMi'i irr.ri m !L
lug leave Hbadcrson 2.1o p.m.'daiij i-xwrnsi
arrive OxffrJ 815 p.m. 1 1
No 50 leaving Goldhloro l2'o n. m .imi 4mi
4. r. p. in. daily, makes kii.m el n ;.t i nri..I
Xo :J7Jeavtng at C p. ra. d.uiv. . , Miniif-SI
wxmiu. ntf iu-rui. ai ttiiii i :t. - nm 4.Tr.6,t
v .. yiM it. M . i -onus.
Passenger coaelus iniulnnij trUrrifaj
rutin an'J Kaieign, via Kt' . - ne. ( n MsNajtt
and 55 and Jo.l.
Nos 51 and 53 connect ot 1 id n r r.i tomtit
.. est ruiiit ;ni(i nan uiiure tiaiiv cxcejil iiriajf.
No. 5o and 51 connects at (ioidsttirti r.ttirm.
toanjl from Moreliead city Wilmington. 11
ai teirai Uf aca irom rajicficvine.
Xo Tri ooaiv-cts at (JreeuiJj i., uir F.nftifta.
No. 53 connects at Selina u.r VIoi.'x.lL
Nos. nrTaTid 51 make close einim cthMi l'tfi
oily station wltli trains to at.tl from clupeii
e.xcepi Mipaa s.
jened while we were considerinj; what
lihiiis it would be best 4o make that
J was snprisetl by the tender of this
beautiful cottage, fully equipped and
feaby for our occupation. Its accept
ance see.ned t j me to be the? best that
feould be done. Ione of the gentle
niaii concerned could have any object
eOther Uian the courtesy of making us
?JuiforyiCle.r Asfaras their names are
kuown none of them spek otiice. It
iloes not involve the President in any
Plioueyrmakiiirf for his personal bene
fit. How others may be lenetited does
not concer n us."
It is iucoiiceiyable that Mr. Harrison
should have made any such offensive
and untrue allusions to her husband's
predtreessoiV or that she should have
umde these absurd remarks about the
uperior dlicitcy " accepting u this
beautiful cottage, fully equipped and
ready for our otcupwtidn" as a present,
as compared with President Cleveland's
purchase of his home,his furniture and
Jiis food. This uiust be Mr. Keim'
own idea of "delicacy,1' and we can
imagine the aiiger of a sensible and
intelligent gentleman likeke Presittent
fit haying extraoi-dinary v:es afyffical
proineties attributed to Mr. Harrison
v 'The President yill not use his otti
pal rank as a means of making money,1
No indeed; he will simply use his offi
vmi i.imiv .is u menus or getting a
. wiiuiitu eonage ot twenty rooms.
tnlly epuipjied with furniture and
foiKl, possiblv clothes, for nutfiim
"None of the gentleman concerned
Atould have eny objeet other than the
courtesy of makinsr us comfortable
Oc course not, but some how or othpr
it happens t hat these consic.er itegeutle
man never th mobt of making general
Hirrison comfortable when be lived
in the Wooduunt flats, arjd was nlv
a Senator, an 1 dichnot have the federal
patronage to distribute, , "It doesn't
;ii'.o f: the President in any money
insikittgfor his personal benefit." Far
from it; it only involves his makin
seized the goat by the horns. The
woman thanked him and sped hurridly
on. Mr. Clay would have liked to
move on also, but the goat had its own
1 a I. -m
views about the interference with his
innocent amusement. As soon as the
woman's deliverer loosed his hold on the
two horns, the animal rose majestically
on its hind legs and prepared for a
barge. In his own detence Mr. Clay
now took the animal as before by the
horns and thus for a time they stood,
while a crowd of street boys gathered
about immediately, amused at the un
usual spectacle of a senator and a goat
pitted one against the other in a public
treet. As long as Mr. Clav held
the troat bv the horns, all was well: but
when the quadruped was free, came a
freshpreparation for a charge. Not a
boy offered assistance, but after si while
one ventured foward to make a sugges
Throw the billv down, sir." Mr.
Clay at once accepted and adopted the
report of that committee, and tipping
the goat essayed to pass on. Before
he could fairly torn away, however,
the goat was up in lofty prepartion for
a new change. Mr. Clay gave hisene
my the floor once more and turned to
his new adviser,
"And what shall I do, now?"
"Cut and run like the devil," replied
the lad. Omaha Bee.
TO U N.
Mayor, J W Rumple.
Clerk, D R Julian.
Treasurer, I H Foust.
Police, R W Price, chief, J F Pace, C
W PooL, R M Bnrringer.
Commissioners North ward, J A Ren-
dleman, I) M Miller; South ward, 1 R
Julian, J A Barrett; East ward, J R Gor
don, T A Cougheitour; West ward, R J
flolines, 1 C Li un.
"Baldy" Williams Nominated.
A. H. A. Williams, of Granville
county, "Baldy" Williams, and not
Scales, Gilmer, Buxton, Watson, More
head; or Settle, will try conclusions
with Brower in the sixth congressional
81.75 SlIOi: FOR Mlt-SKS.
Best Material. Itest Style. lt-st Pitting.
W. I.. AlouKlas, IJrocliton. Mass. bold by
k GOLD WATCH
Per Week, by our Improved Cub Sys
tem. The Citses in our Watches tire
fully Warranto 1 for 20 years. The
movements are Elrin and Waltham,
reliable stud well known. The U .itches
are II tin tiny; cast." or open face, Ladies'
Methodist Services every Sunday at! or Gents' Size stem Winder- and Set
ters, and are fully equal iu durability,
service and appearance to any $50
Watch. We sell one, of these Watches
for $25 cash, and send to any address
by Express, with privilege of examina
tion; or by our Club System at $1 per
week. One good reliable AGENT
WANTED in eac h place. Write lor par
ticulars. EMPIRE WATCH CLUB CO ,
:$7 L'.uli Row. NEW YORK.
In Office Clerk
lam and b-S p in. r raver meeting
every Wednesday at Ul p in. Rev T W
bunuay school every bunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. J W Maunev, sun t.
Presbyterian Services everv bunday
at 11 a m and 8:80 p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8:30 p m. Rev J
Rumple, D D, pastor.
bunday school everv bundr.y afternoon
at 4 p m. J Rumple, sup't. .
Lutheran bervices every Sunday at 11
a m and 7 p in. Pravcr meeting everv
Wexlnesday at 7 p m. Rev Chas B King,
bunday school every bunday afternoon
at 3 p m. R G Kizer, sup't.
Episcopal Services every Sunday at 11
a m and 6:30 p m and Wednesday at (3:o0
p m. Rev r J Murdoch, rector.
bunday school every bunday afternoon
at 3 p in. Cant Thco Parker, suo't.
Baptist Services every Sunday morn
ing aud night. Praver meeting every
Wednesday night. Rev
bunday school every Sunday at 93 a.m.
Thos L Swink, sup't.
Catholic Services every second bun
day at 104 a ra and 7 p m. Rev Francis
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a m.
Y M C A Devotional services at Hall
every Sunday at 10 a m. Business meet
ing tirst Thursday night inrevery month.
I H Foust, pres't.
Stale of orlii Carolina,
Notice is hereby given of the incorpo
ration of the Connelly Springs Company :
that the names of tlie incorporators are
b. If. Wiley, W. Smithdeal, John White
head, Thoo. P. Kluttz, Chas. Price, A. B.
Andrews, N. B. McCauless, R.J.Holmes,
Lee b. Overman, W. C. Blackmer, Kerr
Craigc, T. C. Linn, and Wr. C. Cough
enour, and such -others as they may as
sociate with them; that the principal
place of business shall be in Connelly
Springs. N. C, and its general purpose
and business is to conduct, operate and
manage a hotel and watering place for
the accommodation of such persons as
usually patronize the same as a summer
and winter resort ; that the duration of
the corporation shall be thirty years;
the capital stock is fifty thousnud dollars,
divided. in live hundred shares of the par
value one hundred dollars.
37: t J. M. HOHAII, C. S. C.
. naaSb. ETU17Z7 EX.
.north UOt.M, UmtB
l n Kie w orld. IVrfert
timekeeper. Warrant cJ heary.
IMitiu coin hunttii); caaes.
Both lailics and pern's aizea,
with work! and case., ot
rcqual value ONE l'Eitsov-in
'each locatitr can iviita
'free, tocrefher rith our lure.
'and valuable liticof BaaackaU
.Snitinle. 3hfU sanioles. r.i noil
L tht! Watrll. AM f.mf All h wmIi
need do it to show what w e send you to those who call your
fnends and n ifrliliorsand those about you that always teaulti
in valuabl j trade for us, which bold, for vears when once started,
nd thus V3 are repaid. We pay all eijircssreipht, etc. After
you know all, if you would like to fro to work for us. vou can
Jrn frjiu S30 to !MM) per week and upwards. Address
SUnaon fc Co., Box. HIS, Vol tliiud, Maine.'
Oatr.i'.n no :0 and ra.-Puiinjiin Uitiot !
botweeu Atlanta riC Xt w Yori . Hiiivilieaili
jpisla, mill (Jrocnsboro via A hcvil!e to ta
On train? 52 and 53, Pultm:in r.ufTft siefwrl
j Lwpen uasnlnelon and NtnvOiitNiii.s.viawwfl
... - . 1 W... It" ....! . . .11 1 A.
ii.i. illl'.l nt'liHTll aiilUIIVtl'll :nj: fillllllKsl
Itklunonjl and Oiornsl-orn. r-.'tx.li swl ;rr
horo. and bet .vera v. as'iium''M -i d AntrnM
PuHmnn M'jtTet Sloepc-s lu t v.-.t-u Wa.-J:lrjM
.vsnex tno jii i net pnBK;
Tanm'i tl ;kets o:i s tie .it prlaci.ialstMKtf,
For r itefc nl Infocinatiiia. .ijijij t n an a?H
tae eOrfl.-inv or to
SQLHA-'S, JA3. L. TAYL0P,
i r.tiiii- M.iiuurir.' 'i'ii- rasnvja
W. A. TURK,
I II V t';l-S-i A'TIlL
THIS PAPER Kw.:ia
Afhortlsllxg B-.ir.au ( W Spruce St.. ,. fl
Wiitraifs inav ! mi far I: IN 0l
A HOME COMPANY
NEVER CHOKES or
BREAKS THE ROLL.
Some scoundrel attempted to wreck
the train iromK from the Hammocks back
to Wilmington the other day, but no one
was seriously hurt. The passengers all
got out and went to Wilmington through
It is said that Dr. Catling, the inventor
of the Galling gun who, by the way, is
a native Carolinian is at work on a
new artificial ice machine which he be
lieves will make ice at one-tenth tho
Jr. Talmage receives $16,000 a yflar
from his Brooklyn congregation, $12,500
from a firm for the advance publication
lwwe, si quantity of furniture tind Ii S hrmo"s' for his contribu-
snimlv nf i- nuwtis to a religious journal, nesiues wuat
MippH of provisions for Ins personal he earns on the lecture platform and
Leuetit. It is so njucli
ia : e 4 d?U rfrom general literary wcrk.
Fulton Lodge No 99 A F & AM, meets
every first and third Friday night in each
month. EB Ncave, W M.
Salisbury Lodge, No 24, K of P, meets
every Tuesday night. A H Boy den, C C
Salisbury Lodge, No 775, K of H, meets
every 1st tnd 3d Monday night in each
month, p , Dictator.
Salisbury Council, No 272, Royal Ar
canum, meets every 2d and 4th Monday
night iu each month. J A Ramsay,
Office hours from 7:30 a m lo 5:30 p ir.
Money order hours 9 a in to 5 p m.
Sunday hours 11:30 a m to 12:30 p m
J II Ramsay, P M,
Has AH LATEST i SV1 PROVE ME NTS
Including t:;-.l:i::r.- VheeF on Itrufila which in
cures even npeed. Thlo feature ia peculiar to
this maito of Crin and Is used on no other. rv
FIXLY ti I'ARASTEEU and .Vi- 1' In
ritKt: I" I'tWIUUT nt any n. R Station or
the landing of any Regular Steamboat Line In
the Soutn. If re- have no Agent near you,
address the General Southern Agent,
H.W.HUBOARD Mx iEHT Tr
v ijh m si M
pH-'y l rcljrltt paid, fally
v. arruntrn. Othnr
iw. ;.nrln. Bo'" rv an i r rru b naniaa- atuas.
a.ur a . rax.
iiKl:UGUIGK. 1.. H.CI.KMXKT
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Salisulky, N-. C.
Keb. 3rd, 1831
In all Cities, Towns .-ind
Villages in lhe South.
- Sl. UKTAUV. I
J. ALLEN BROWP, osFdent Agent,
Seam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizofl
tal of every variety and capacity.
J -- .
&r y XS Wi V-TV
Regular Horizontal Piston.
v. - I
H.W.HrilliAHH.iirul.Souil. u Aptur.AiUma.
Ravine qualified as administrator upon
the estate of Os-ar Sumner, deceased, I
hereby notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them to
me on or before the filth day of July.
1S01, or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery.
J. O. CROSBY, Adm'r.
Jul ie 3Q, 18S0. 37:(3t.
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Persons wanting to buy building lots
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to inquire at THIS OFFICE.
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