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VOL Vn..THIKJ) SERIES. SAIISBTOT, H. C. NOVEMBER 4, 1875. NO 4
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Why, boss, if I wan keepin a chicken on
dis yere ileund, an' dat chickeu's life de
pended on de feeze collected from de
euets, de poultry would be found dead
The bay is a very healthy place. I was
there all day long and I didn't hear of a
single death. The chief programme is
doing nothing. To do it. vou hare to sit
On the Small of VOUr hack, nut vr.nr fool
.$2.(0 i on the limb of a shade tree, and watch
. 1.-.5 the fat negro who bosses the other two
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Hearth and Home.
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al Convention of 1875.
AT "PUDDING BAY
BY M . QUAD.
Yoa tfct ipre Dv boat. The boat I
lock w a vrv eccentric boat. 8he !
pitched aud tossed and roiled and shook j
unlil 1 wanted to get right off and go '
boui. 11m captain said she never acted j
tint way in a calm, and n yon ever go to
(be bay go when it's calm. While being
flung from one side of the. cabin to the
oilier 1 encountered several other passen
gers. One was a thin, shadowy mau,
jut exactly a mile long, as near as I can
remember. Everything about him looked
u lorabre and solemn as an undertaker's
satins bay-window, but thinking he
night know something about the island
1 grabbed him by the hair as we all look
auew pitch, and inquired :
Say, ever been down there f
'Young man, you'd better commence
to pray!' he solemnly replied.
" 'Cause why?
'Because this boat can't live fifteen
. a i
minutes more! ne answered.
'But I'm a newspaper man !
lie cave me such a look of mineled
sorrow and pity that 1 have dreamed of
him every night since, and I believe he j
would have prayed for me had uot a roll ;
of ihe boat seut him under the piano aud
tangled him up with a strawberry-haired
medical student from Ann Arbor.
Uowever, one can get used to anything
bat dying, and when the steamer entered
the bay all passengers were in good spir
its, and the thtu man came to tue aud
humbly asked :
'Do you carry any plug tobacco in your
'1 don't know why they call it "Pud
ding" liny, I made inquiries of scores
of people, hot no one could enlighten me.
One man said he thought it ought to be
called 'Tut-in-Bay," but he could find
M one to agree with h m. "Pudding Bay
Aouse ' was yelled by back men ; "Pud
ding Bay grapes was shouted by the boys
sad all the people were remarking what
a delightful place "Pudding Bay"
Tbsy have a cave at the bay. A
hsskmao prevailed on me to go and see
It is sailed Perry's Cave. The
tbargs to enter the cave is ouly fifteen
eeata, tod the boy who takes the money
is also an object of historical interest.
H has blue hair, talks through bis nose,
had fourteen boils on him that day, and
has at various times contributed fingers
nd loss to help along Fourth of July
Terry! Perry! What Perry was this
esee named after?' I asked.
Henry Perry, the celebrated Kentucky
outlaw!' he promptly answered.
Some young men in this place would
oavs tried lo d
Ihe people of North Carolina in Con
vention assembled do ordain, That section
two of the ninth Article of the Constitu
tion be amended by adding the following
And the children of the white race and
the children of the colored race shall be
langht in separate public schools, but there
shall be no discrimination made in favor
of, or to the prejudice of, either race.
Read three times and ratified in open
Convention, this 30th day of September,
The people of North Carolina in Con
vention assembled do ordain, That the
following be an additional section to Ar
ticle two of the Constitution :
Sectio" . The members of tbe Gen
eral Assembly for the term for which they
have been elected, shall receive as a com
pensation for their services the sum of
four dollars per day for each day of their
sessiou for a period not exceeding sixty
days; and should they remain longer in
session, they shall srtve without compen
sation. They shall also be entitled to
receive ten cents per mile both while
coming to the seat of government aud
while returning home, the said distance to
be computed by the nearest line or route
of public travel. The compensation of
the presiding officers of the two Houses
shall be six dollars per day mileage, r
Should an extra session of the General
Assembly be called, the members and
presiding officers shall receive a ljke rate
of compensation for a period not exceed
ing twenty days.
Read three timea and ratified in open
Convention, this the 30th day of Sep
77ic people of North Carolina in Con
vention assembled do ordain, That section
twenty seven, of Article two of tbe Con
stitution, be amended as to read as fol
Section . The terms of office for
Senators and members of the House of
Representatives shall commence at tbe
time of their election.
Read three times and ratified in open
Convention, this the 30th day of Sep
the Pacific coast. It seems as if they are
determined to pursue their fortune, and
get possession if possible, of all the mines
on the Corns tock lodes.
By loaning money on hypothecated
stock they may be able to do this through
the misfortunes of the hypothecators, and
this is believed, by the knowing ones, to
be their main object in opening the Bank
of Nevada. However this may be, the
opening of the Bank was a grand success,
u a Deaotiiui counting-room and an un
limited display of gold coin can make a
success. I think I never saw a more
elegant banking-bouse, or a greater amouut
of gold coin. There it was, piled on trays
on the counters, sparkling double eagles
by tbe thousand I Tbe capital of the
bank is 5,000,000, aud it was all in full
view in solid coin, which does not need to
be redeemed, in addition to tray of coin
which covered tbe counters, p
HUGE BAGS OF GOLD
were strewn around the floor, in front of
the massive iron safes, which were thrown
wide open for inspection. One could
almost imagine that he had suddeuly
stepped into Aladdin's cave, aud was
surrounded by the wealth of a nation.
There was the coin, enough to enrich
thousands of suffering, and make happy
hundreds of thousands of our fellow crea
tures; but it all belonged to four men, and
these four men are still piling up their
wealth by the million. It is the money
which is even eveutually to flow to the
ast, and hasten the resumption of specie
payment. The scene was very different
from that which signalized the reopening
of the Bank of California last Saturday.
The crowd was aB great, and as much
enthusiasm was manifested when the big
doors swung opeu, but the throng was
composed merely of curious lookers-on.
No huge bags of gold were emptied on
the counters by confident depositors.
There was no need of it. The gold was
there, and Flood & O'Brien are not anx
ious for deposits, even from stock-brokers.
Their main object is to loan some of their
vast wealth. A few depoeita, uowever,
RICHMOND AND THE HRO. ! who next T and perhaps our several friends
, , , u- i-.j .i ; , aK, no mil i o rnuer wno u is
UrICUUIUIIU SHU HglU' uou I wen
UVIUCO IU urj UlUt w Ww wa v "Ki,
t wits and
e for the
will have them doubtless, fh the brave
days that shall come, but never has hero
been more nobly honored by spontaneous
popular tribute than was thw lofty martyr
of war, Stonewall Jacksonou laet Tues
day. The expectations tips had been
formed of multitudes goingo see the un
veiling, as to some Mecca ?f the soul,
were all fully and proudly realized.
Bronzed veterans who had fought under
and bronzed veterans who hid opposed the
dauntless chief were there, and fair maida
and mothers were there to testify to tbe
greatness and virtue of the man whose
image, traced bv the band and eye of
reuins. presided over the
learned scholars aud brill
magnetic orators were the
itself was hardly needed
surging mass into patrot
occasion was all fraught with mighty and
What shall we say ? we were only
present in spirit. In this old common
wealth dwell many of the men who fol
lowed the dead generar in all hit fiery
track of war. Here, too, it was he chose
a companion for his life. Here live his
widow and hie daughter, beloved by our
people for his sake and for their own
unosteutatioua, simply merit. If Jackson
was born in wild Western Virginia, if be
illustrated the errand temper and charac
ter of his native State, he yet muat be a
part of North Carolina's treasure. We
feel that be is half ours, and that is with uo
small pride that we assert tbe claim and
hold to our honor. Aye, with the other
Jackson, who was leader of men on a
vaster political arena, with Benton Polk,
Johnson, with the illustrious sons who
died on her soil after lives of glorious ac
tion in her service Gaston, Badger,
Braggs and Graham well may ihe Old
North State lift up her head among the
proudest daughters of the Union. Wil
We could not better ourselves by attempt
ing to fly from the fatal land ; for between
us and the sea are several hundred miles
of as sickly a country as any in Africa.
Tbe prospect is fairer in front, though
there are some three thousand miles more
to march. We have new and wonderful
lands before us, whose wonders and mys
teries shall be a medicine which
make us laugh at fever and death..
In God's House.
were presented by men who had been
the amiouB seats for months, fearful
the loss ot their money, tor no accounts
were outstanding; but th crowd surged
into the bank, gazed wistfully at tbe gold,
admiringly at the ornaments, and then
surged out by auotber door. It was more
like a receptiou than a day of business.
All day ioug the crowd continued to enter
and pass cut and when the doors of the
bank closed there were still hundreds in
the streets whose curiosity bad not beeu
The people of North Carolina in Con
vention assembled do ordain, That section
29, of Article 2, of the Constitution, be
amended so ss to read as follows :
Sec. . The election for members of the
General Assembly shall be held for the
respective districts and counties, at the
places where they are now held, or may
be directed hereafter to be held, in such
manner aa may be prescribed by law, on
tha Aral Thnroilio ittvnil aha t h nil u t
eceive me by replying that ! ei ht hundred and seventy, and every
Perry was the nerson . r. u... r i
'When was this cave discovered P I
'Whs discovered it V
Most any other boy would have
point blank lie, and give me
name of aome old pensioner or of some
dead man. I love and admire truth, and
1 doubled theboy't fee.
Tkt save-is" a hole in the ground. It
1 not a large hole. If Mr. Perry bad to
wssiu in it over half ai hour he had tbe
wekacbe for four weeks after. As a hole
well rUnd l ' iUPerD M cTe
'Uot this a sell on the public?' I asked
ine boy B I
'Yes, tir,' was the ready reply.
, 'mm vii 1 ilia vou UCU IS, UUU
wed him to write to me at least once a
Tbers is a museum at the bay. It is
"fOOd lnil....m mm. 1.1
ain D i,'and entircly surrounded by
'Haft yoa Qjiv Cromwen.. .fcuii f
ft '' w,w lbe viforoB answer,
i slkook hands with him. It was tbe
museum I eTer Mlr wnich ai(in't
two years thereafter. But the General
Assembly may change the time of holding
Head three times and ratified in open
Convention, this 30th day of September,
BANKING IN CALIFORNIA.
No country can stand such a rate of
interest aa has been paid in North Caro
lina for ten years. It blasts and blights
the prosperity of a country as did the
Many wonder how it ia that two Yan-
; kee preachers, Moody aud Saukey, couid
of create such excitement in old England by
caning lotus, laaiea ana gentlemen 10
repentance ai.d a livelier seuse of religion.
As orators and scholars they are not
equal to Bcecher, Taiuiage or Deems. In
fact, they are only second rate as scholars,
thinkers and orators.
Bru'her Mangum, brother Burkhead or
brother Hudson can beat Moody preach
ing, and brother Moore can out sing
Saukey. Moody aud Saukey are enthu
siasts. Gladstone, Lord Shaftesbury and the
gentry of England were never warmed
by a religious glow such as is felt at
Cedar Grove and Pleasant Green or old
Sharon, in Orange, and, in (act, on all the
rtligious camp-grounds in North Carolina.
Moody and Saukey introduced into the
courts and palaces of England a little
"Happy is that people whose God is the
Is uot this tbe testimony of the civilised
world as well as the declaration of the
inspired penman 1 That nations, conn tries ,
or kingdoms, on the face of the earth,
stand foremost in all that eoobles human
ity t Are they not those countries whose
"God is the Lord'' t Where are the dark
places of cruelty, but in those corners of
earth where the knowledge of the true
God has not penetrated. There, meu
worship tbe creatures of their own hands,
or the son, or beasts, or reptiles, or any
object which the darkened imagination
may fasten upon. And there is ignorance,
vice and degradation, a hopeless, ray
less night. Generation succeeds genera
tion, and there ia evolution without pro
gression. Meu come aud go like the
beasts having no knowledge restraining
passion, aud no hope inspiring to the
practice of virtue. The opposite of all
this ('is that people whose God is the
Lord." The Lord, by his word of truth
Iifteth the people who acknowledge him
as their God ; and they are graded just in
the proprotiou in which that acknowledge
ment is limited. These United States of
America more generally acknowledge
him, perhaps, than any other. England,
Scotland, Ireland. Prance, tbe Germau
r t i r .i -.a
Mates, uussia, ana a tew ot tier ot toe
European peoples come next, and theee
are the great p-. oples of the earih, who
are shaping its affairs, socul, civil, and
religious ; and by them are all tbe grand
achievements In science, arts, and learn
ing. It is assumed that the text announ
ces a great truth : that no one denies it
that from a stitpd point taking in all the
world into the comparison, it would claim
as ready admission as the declaration,
"the sun is bright."
If, then, "hippy is that people whose
God ir the Lord," is theirs not a fearfu
responsibility resting upon those who are
in authority among such a people and yet
do not honor him According to a man's
kuowledge the judgment shall Le.
ihe man iu honor that undcrstandeth
not, is like the beaats which perish.
Tbe following passage occurred in one
of the Rev. Joseph T. Durpea's sermoos
io New York, recently :
And yet I say that worship should be
reverential. That its expression, its
mode, its form should be ia sympathy
with the feeling of a deep awe ia tbe pre
sence of God. And it ia for this reason I
shall ; deprecate everything light and trivial ia
the house of God. And it is for this rea
son I desire to banish from it everything
in music end ia art that suggests a place
where men forget God, and worship self,
and receive their reward in tbe pleasures
of sin which are for a seal on. It io Isr
this reason if I know my own heart I
never have dared pretend to invite a langh
or applauae in the home of God. I eboald
be ashamed to behave myself before' Him
at whose feet tha an gel a and archangels
bow and esst their crowns before Him,
and with subdued snag describe Him :
Holy, holy, holy, Lord Qr.d Arnaigbty,"
1 would not dare to behave at the bum-
blest reception of the lowliest prince that
is seated on an earthly throne and holds
scepter. I would rather feel, when I
dme with the two or three with whom
Jesus has promised to be, responsive of
the words : "Tbe Lord is in His holy
temple; let all the earth keep silence be
ore Uim. Dpend upon it io the depth
of our nature, the largeness of our soal,
the nubility of our character, the loftiness
of our life, will depend upon the measure
our lowly reverence for tbe great, the
strong and holy God, and ot His works
that testify of Uim and so are like Him.
march of Sherman. The difference is plaja Methodist seal for tbe cause of good
this : one is quick and the other is slow
ruin. Sherman went right through, stop
ping long enough at widow Tate's, in the
northern part of Wake county, and other
houses, to break up pianos and other
furniture. Twelve and a half, sixteen
and twenty per cent begins with mort.
gaging tbe horses, wagons, plows and
growing crops, and ends with selling tbe
homestead. Name the farmer who mort
religion. Iu England, where they have
it at all, it is a matter of faith and reason.
These thirty years have witnessed and
felt the Moody and Sankey revival at
Cedar Grove, Pleasant Green aud Sharon.
Brother Bacon or brother McManen wonld
have converted Gladstone and Shaftes
bury long ago if they could have heard
them at their camp-meetings iu Orange.
How did Peter the Hermit pot all
gage in 1866 and has got out without I Europe on toot for the Holy Sepulchre t
being sold out. ISnt oar purpose was to There were men of bis day and of this
tell the readers of a decision ot the supreme t day who could beat him talking. He did
court on usury io the case of the Nation- I it by bis zeal and earnestness ; some call
al Bank ot lSufialo, Si. I., against one it enthusiasm, while others call it fana-
Deering. Under the law ot New York j ticism. Moody and Sankey have intro
botb principal and interest is forfeited if i duced plain, country camp-meeting ways
tbe lender charges more than 7 per. cent. . and feelings into the cities snd palaces
and tbe leuder is also indictable for mis- j nd warmed up the cold formal hearts
demeanor as m North Carolina. stow therein with something of their
XEW A D VE ItnSEM EKT8 .
When you want Hardware at low
figure a, call on tbe undersigned at No t
Salisbury ,N. C.(May 13-tf.
FRUIT TREES. VINES A PLAKT8 J
large atoek at reaaooable rates.
Mew Catalogue fur le?& and 76 with fall de
senpiMtns of traiu. di free.
Address CRAFT A SAILOR,
Yadkin Cvuoir, N. C
July I, 1875 Urn.
NEW MILLINERY 8T0RE.
A Cheap Hard Soap. Manv boose-
m m. . m
keepers in the country know how difficult
it is to obtain a good article of bar soap
The yellow soap sold at tbe store cute as
soft as cheese, and rubs away as easily,
aud unless tbe housewife buys a box at a
time, and piles it up in stacks in tbe attic
or some dry place, tin- yearly record will
how a good sum paid out for snap pur
baaed by the bar. The following re
ceipt will prove a desirable item of econ
rour large bars yellow soap; two
pound sal-soda; three ounces borax; one
ounce or liquid ammonia, shave tbe
soap io thin slices, pot it into e:ght quarts
of soft water (rain water is the best)
When the soap is nearly dissolved, add
the borax and sal soda; stir until it all is
melted. Pour it into a Urge tnb or shal
low pan; when nearly cool add the am
monia slowly, mixing it well. Let it
stand a day or two, then cut it into cakes
or bars and dry in a warm place. No
better soap can be made to waab white
cloth, ealieoea, and flannels, and it is ex.
cellent for all hoasebold purposes. It
costs but three cents per pound, and is
made in leas than hair an hour. This re
ceipt has been sold for five dollars, and
will be of service to every family Hearth
'At the old stand of Foster Ho rah.
Joat received a fall line of Hata, aod Boa
neta, trimmed aad nutrias wad. i:iWhons, Scarfs
and all the latest French and American
Order executed with care and diapatch.
Pinking and Stamping dne to order.
The Store will be conducted on tbe Gaah syi
tern and no good or work will b charged t
any one- This role is aovarible.
MRS. S. J. HALYBURTON.
April, 15th ewe.
Cultivate an equitable
bas fallen dead
,JDT lelics of George Washington t"
j ibook again, and felt like embracing
and yon haven't got any of General
u;UYs watches f
fori keDt ut' I love truth, as I said be-
Oni 84,1,1 uke 11 b7 wholesale,
th, ye great features of the bsy is
Jid nan. He reaches clear from
jektotbe hotel kitchens. I got
ttoot behind a bowling-alley
uch ' m if ftnj7 ninuctf very
'' heap oh folks heah was the
four fees V
fhugd, i a fane of diig u s t.
A New Palace of Mormons in San Fran
ciseo Millions in Gold on the Counters
Baujfranciaco Cor. (Oct 4) of Chicago Times.
The Bank of Nevada threw open it?
doors for business for the first time this
morning. At 10 o'clock a great crowd
surrounded the magnificent new building
which Flood & O'Brien aod their partners
Mackey ec Fair, have erected on Mont
gomery street, and when tbe doors were
opeo a great cheer arose from tbe assem
bled throng. . This is simply character
istic of Californiaus, who are over enthu
siastic on any event which is identified
with the prosperity of their State. This
new enterprise of the mining prince of
the Pacific Coast is not strictly a commer
cial bank. Although it will receive depos
its and extend accommodation to mer
chants, this will not constitute the main
scope of its business. It is more particu
larly intended as a bank to loan, iu which
money can be obtained on good mining
m m . Ml
stocks as collateral security. 1 his is a
species of security which most banks in
tbe city refuse, as speculation makea tbe
fluctuations in its value so great as to
lender it unsafe as an investment for de.
positors' money. Flood k O'Bried, how
ever, are the kings ot tbe mining spec ula
tors on the Pacific A few years ago
BAB A SHALL OIK MILLnr p i
To-day they control the Consolidated
Virginia and the California Mine the
big Bonanza one ei which is turning
out over $1,600,000 a month, and the
others will soon produce an equal amount.
The history of this sudden accession, to
fortune is a wonderful one, and they aie
lo-dty probably tbe vesUlaest men a
the congressional penalty for usury is
like all congiessional punishments, light
aud seldom executed. Under the con
gressional national bank system there is
uo forfeiture of principal for usury. Ths
congressional penalty is this : the borrow
er may refuse to pay the usurious interest
charged, and the lender loses only the
excess over and above the legal rate of
interest. Where tbe borrower has io ad
vance paid more than legal interest he
msy recover the excess by bringing suit
ml m m e I 1
against tbe leuder. The natioust dsuks
mav now return to their old rates ot iu-
fervor and zeal in the cause of
and salvation of man. Sentinel
Stanley's Expedition Through
the Wilds of Africa.
The New York Herald of Monday pub
lished a letter from Henry Stanley, the
African explorer, sent out by tbat paper
aud the London Telegraph. It is dated
at a village on Victoria Niyanza lake
Africa, March 1, 187ft, and gives an in
teresting account ot his 103 days journey
a " -
. j .i .-i. ii u- across tbe wuas ot tbe Atncao interior.
tercel ana uaury, mic ucutiij luiuwou "J't- .i e
.k -is i a L nJ During the louruey from Bagamoyo to
v. v I mai.v tv tlm i.arfV A i . . . I tm m
cieut to keep them from usurious pracuees. ! J.60 X of. l.b
The national system of banking is the j ftlCue. fana6 "J y
great curse of tbe country.
Cook for example. : be held millions
United States bonds upon which the
government paid him six per cc.t. in
gold and imposed no tax on his bonds.
In North Carolina, aud other points of the
south, be established banks by depositing
with ihe treasurer of the United States in
Washington $100,000 of bis bonds ; and
they gave him $90,000 of bank notes to
lend to farmers and trading men at 12, 15
and 20 per cent.
Such is the financial system of the best
government the world ever saw. It will
produce bankruptcy, poverty and ruin
among the people, and sloth, corruption
and profligacy among bondholders aud
government officials who legislate for the
benefit of bondholders.
Down with the corrupt and corrupting
influences of the national bank system !
John King, in 1862, lived in Tennessee.
Soldiers of both armies raided on his farm.
$o be removed all his products to a cave
in tbe Cumberland mountains. A storm
threw down a rock which closed the
month of the cave. Therein be lived for
thirteen years, in the dark, eating from
his produce and drink iugfrom a spring.
Te other day a ratlroadioWpeny, blast
ing for t tunnel, blasted' pirn out,
jg ; in the country of Suna, a people was dis
i of i covered remarkable for their manly beau
ty ; toey went wboiiy naxca. iney had
no chief, but was goverued by elders.
Five of tbe party died on the fourth days'
of march. Several fights with wild tribes
occured, in which both sides suffered
The natives of Waturn fought a three
days battle against tbe explorers. Slant
ley lost twenty-one men and the natives
thirty-five. Of the 350 men whom tbe
explorer took with bim on his march,
only 166 remained when be camped by
a a ft iii
tbe borders ot ths lake. oome tell in
battle, others deserted, many and among
them two Englishmen, Poeoek and
Barker perished by disease in the seven
hundred and fifty miles journey.
Lbe. Herald ot Tuesday publishes a
second letter from Mr. Stanley, dated
May 16, 1875. in which he deals entirely
with his exploration of the Victoria
Nyauza lake and treats of the georgraphy
of the lake and rivers which flow iuto it aud
the countries which surround it. Oue
thousand miles of tbe lake's shore were
surveyed, occupying 58 days, but a part
of the southwest coast bas yet to be ex
plored. After reiurriug to the deaths o
his companions, Focock aud Barkers
Mr. Stanley concludes his letter with the
following glance on the prospects ahead
mn m r . a TL ?A .
Anus two out oi ine lour wnue men are
dead. I wouder who next f Death cries,
Handful s of Purpose.
Christian, you never go to your daily
reaping but there comes a Rntb to glean
after ; and tbe Master says. "Let fall
some of tbe bandfuls of purpose for her."
Mother, do you grow tired growing hand
f uls tor the busy lit tl gleaners in your
homes 1 When eugsged in some great,
good work for tbe Master that requires all
the time and energy you can spare from
household duties, do you feel that your
work will suffer you to stop every day to
plant new seeds of goodness, and watch
aud water with loving care the beauty
already growing 1 Your work goes on
while you stop. Your children may be
your helpers. Then, mother, never be
deaf to: their quest ion nigs. Withhold
nothing from them that God withholds
not from. Lot your heart be an open
treasury a store-bouse for tbe elder
children, a nursery for the little ones.
See that their tiny hands are foil for
Jesus, if you spend all your time dropping
siisavea. If God gives each family its
mm HI S
share ot tbe work to do, win be care
bow much the cbildten help, if it is done
1 he iiutb that came to glean in your
a a . a a a 1
neid, the otner day, duriaiian sister, was
an . a
your poor washerwoman, something in
your morning chapter ''unto tbe least,
was it f made you unusually kiud and
tbougblful, aud out of your kindness you I "through and throagb ;
dropped a utile handlul of purpose that destroys so many every
has been food, raimeut aud joy to her
hungering, shivering heart ever since
Uiily a seat beside nor; a tew kind ques
tions ; a patieut listening lo the old story
of suffering ; a little work of sisterly
counsel covered with ready tact, while
you shoved her some skillful work you
had oeeu oomg, entertaining ner lor a
little as kindly as you would have done a I than they otherwise would, as
dear friend. You could tell as you saw
that sad (ace trausfigoiwd, what a feast
you were spreading tor your sister, and
somebody whispered, "You are speakiug
m m m m , S
it lor Ale.' that night perhaps your
bumble sister went home, on her knees
m a SB a
lor the nrst time in many years, to carry
. - i a
yonr haudtul cbauged into repeutant
in a fit of
SDiins stock: 1875.
120 Bags Coffee,
50 Barrels Sugar,
40 " Molaases,
5000 lbs. Bacon, 2000 lbe. Iard,
9000 lbs. Best Sugar Cored U
20 Kegs Bode,
2. rat regularly, not over tbrice
dav, and nothing between meals.
3. Go to bed at regular burs. Get
t m mm
up as soon as you waae ot yooraeu, ano
do not sleep in lbe day time at least
not longer than ten mi antes before noon.
4 Work always by the day and oot
by the job.
5. btop working before you are very
much tired 'before you are "lagged
6. Cultivate a generous aod accommo
7. Never cross a bridge before you
. a -i a aas.a
come to it ; tins win save you nail ine
troubles of life.
8. Never eat when you are not hue-
gry, nor drink wneo your are not
9. Let yonr appetite always come un
10. Cool off io a place greatly warm
a .a a ii
er than tue one tn which you have
exercising ; this simple rale would
prevent incalculable sickness aod ssve
millions of lives every year.
11. Never resist s call of nature for a
12. Never allow yourself to be chilled
it is this which
year in a few
days' sickueaa from pneumonia called
by some lung fever or imummatiou of
13. Whosoever drinks no liquids at
meals will add years of pieasorable exis
tence to his life. Of cold or warm drinks
tbe former are the mo-t pernicioua; drink
ing st meals indoors persons tn eat more
can verify by experiment, snd it is ex
cess iu eating which devastate the
laud with sickness. Bufferings and
14. After fifty years of age. if oot a
day-laborer, and sedentary persons after
forty shoold eat but twice a day In tbe
morning aud about four in tbe afternoon
Soap, 2000 Ike. Carolina Rice,
do Brandy IVaebes.
25 Gross Suuff, 25 Coils Cotton At Jake
40 dns. Painted Pails,
40 Boxes Assorted Candy,
100 Reams Wrapping Paper,
A tall Ha of Wood A Willow wars.
A fall Ilea of Bouta A Shoes (very nhlSfL
A fall line of UaU.
A fall line rf Saddle 1 Bridle. lt Pepper.
U nst r. fcpioe.Oant.M (..nd. R-.tsI Baking
IWdera. t ijrsa.Tlaoco. Croraert, k
Tanner 1 Machine Oil. sV . Ac.
Tbe shove atork was toaarM taw
heavy decline ia pncea.and ucoVredat U'hula-
A hUul al i erj nn sm n ,nr rasa.
UIM. 11 AM 4 CO-
June 3rd le73.
Heart plow Rboea a I60 worth S00.
W'.:n. j hb-m al fltt" l.'-i ITS
Lad in EmbrMHtrr! ar at luo worth l-'aJ
Ladie -i.pprr- t t:x Hearth I7&,
Ijadiea Cmqoe Wippeva st $l aurth
Ludic Cloth Gaiiara at f ITS wort a fd&O.
Ladies Cloth Gsitar st worth
A hugs lot of Child ran hboea err esxww.
BISUUAM A CO.
tears, into God's garner How she help 1 for every organ without adequate rest
House & Lot for Sale !
The House and Lot oa ths corner of Main
aod Bank Sta. reewaUy ocxsMfS by Mrs. Asm
Brown, ia offered (or sale. This ! among tko
seat valuable property ia 8ali nary, assS ka
convenient! i lusted in ths business part of
the town. Prn dinn(r fnrihei
lion can obtain it by railing on or
ling aiih either of (he undersigned.
Price Reassess able.
AUo the onderifned offers Cor ale Tot i
of land lyins oo tha N K K two suites
Kt from Salisbury. Ths land will ha sold in
Iota if desired.
Also 103 arras eight saitea Wev from Malia-
kwry on the Ileal iaa lord road. i. nearly
all we. I limbered land, further I n formal son
given on aunlicslion.
Tei m ressxftaUe.
Salisbury, N. C.
" JOHN W. M AIM V. AgC
for Dr. John L. lleodersoa.
ed you to wort tor
Jesus that day ! I will give out prematurely
15. begin early to livo under the be
nign influence of tbe Christian religion;
for "it bas tbe promise of the life tbat
now is, and of that which is to come.
Salt Water for the Eyes.
Many persons are suffering pain and
weakness of the .eyu. I his sometimes
npAniii. j from 1 tnu I israwlra ss. est si anmA
times from other causes. Several persons Appearances are Deceptive.
who have thus been effected inform us In the San Francisco jail is a girl only
that they have derived almost immediate, I 16 years old. She is excessively shy aud
ana in some cases permanent relict, from demure, otusoes wnen looked at by visi
S 1? m a t . . a a I . w s a a a a
tue application or salt water as a oath; tors, anu taiots wnen oruustards are
aud when the pain has been aggravated, I brought bleeding and yelling into the
from a compress saturated with water I prison. Her face is delicate and expres
laid on the eyes, and renewed at frequent sive of retiring modesty and gentleness,
intervals. Opening the eyes and sub- Her name 'is Annette Gil lard, and she is
merging them in clean salt water has wakiog trial tor stabbing a man four times
been found bonehoiaJ to those whose eye- with s big botcher knife, ano then smash
a s a S w I. a. a . .
sight begins to leu, ' tug his skull with a brick.
Irarance ail BaikiBi Coray.
Capital aod Assets over
PROPERTY INSURED AGAINST LOSS BY
At the Levtst Current Bates.
Take a Policy ia ths Lynchburg aod sharp
I am also Agent for the North Carolina
State Lif Insurance Company.
If you have the good of your Country at
heart k"p your tnonry ia tha Socth and
help build up Home InstUutiooa.
i D. MeNEELV. Afeas.
Get. R, lift.
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