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VOL XII. THIRD SERIES
SALISBURY, if, C.,I FEBEUAEY Q 1801.
f he Carolina Watchman,
1 ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1832.
SH . PRICE, $1.60 IS ADVANCE.
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES.
if I FEBRUAKY 20, 1380.
' i montn s tnB sin's em's ism's
- vi.nr for
. . - : r - -.-y!- . . m . ..-f;
f $1.50 $2.60 ($3.50 J $5.99 1 .
1 g.tm 4.50 ) 5.85! 7.59 J 18.89 :
4.50 S.Otfj 7.50 ll.W 13.99
6.00 7.50 h 9.5 I 13.59 L 18. W
11 S 1S.7S 20.60 25.59 40.99 ,
I " 1 - I w. I u -I I r It QQ 1
I " Tl.TTai rfl 111 1 --J
pTUlE GREAT &0UX111S1&K'
JL RE3IED Y tor tho car cr Kerur-
Lw HUGH'S Scrofalou Taint, Kheu--,
taitUm, White T7el.lapr,Got, Gttisrc,
k.'oiicnmptlon, Bronchitis, Aervoan lc-
Ullitr, fllalarli,Bil nil oiwaiseEriiunj
from an i m pur o condition of llurfclootl,
t i -
(From Our Regular Correspondent.) ?
Washington, D. C, Jani 29, 1881.
r Preparationa for tbe inangnral fete on
the 4th of March are fust approaching
completion, and its spectacular and fes
tive features have been fully; arranged.
An unusually large. number of j visitors is
expected at the Capitol, bent, tiot only on
witnessing the inangural ceremonies, but
also on seeing the city, its Animate and
inanimate lions and lionesses. J
; It may be of interest' to some of your
Readers to know about hotel and boarding
.house accommodations in v Washington,
and I will write briefly on this subject, iu
iheir interest the readers, not.the hotels
J and boartliBgliQuses, Comfortable .and
respectable board and lodging can be hail
hreW$ 1 4erfdsy , at? various boarding
houseVnnd at ome few hotels.!. The ho
tels that furnish board and lodging at $1
rier ilrir. nrp. of eonrse. not such as are
called first elass, but for those' who are Brooklyn about three million pairs of old
Cures BSalarla. a
jCures Nervous Debility.
fhaa Its Ingredients puWlfhcd cn every
. 'packnKoTShonr It toyeur VtiySiClcn. anil
ne win ten you n w ccaponea ji wo
tronent riterativcs tnas czisi, tau w u
xccUeut Ulood i'urUcr.
BOSASALISls cold by ail Pmcrlsts.
The work of the staff of officers appoint
ed by the superintendent mf the census to
collect statistics relating to the industries
and manufactures of New York city, is, says
the Evening Pott now approaching comple
tion, and will show, in the opinion of Mr.
Charles E. Hill, the gentleman in charge of
it. a very satisfactory growth since 1870. -
In the course of the investigation by Mr.
Hill's deputies some singular industries,
were brought to light It was found, for
instance, that some use was made of old
shoes, but exactly what use. was. hard to
find out. '. Large numbers of old shoes were
sold by rag pickers Uncertain- men who disj
posed of them at 'fcgopd price. It is welf
known that bits "of old leather 'make the
commctxial artictkno wn-a Prassian Woof
but only few firms manufacture it, and the
new call for old shoes was evidently for
somcother purpose. . In New York city and
Ifflt'S Fill PANACEA
compelled to economize, a comfortable j are thrown away every year
bd and wholesome food cau be had for
timt price. No city, of its population, has
sit man j , and i such good boarding houses
as Washington. A larue , majority of
the government employes live in board
ing houses, and many of them have rooms
which, can be secured Tor a short time by t
transient visiUns, at a price of inot more
than one dollar per day, for bed aiid board.
It will ho impossible in tho space of this
letter, to give the exact location! of these
places, and tor those who desire, to come
t the city, and yet feel it necessary to
practice economy, it will be ell to write
to some friend or acqntiintance, who will
meet them at the station, and direct them
to such places as are well known: to every
resident of Washington. It will be diffi
cult to procure cheap accomniotlations
long in mtvance, for the reason that those
wiio have furnished rtoiiis to let kue aux
ious to rent them lor a longer time than
they will be wanted by transientjvisitor,
arid wilt-not be w illing to risk the possi
ble loss of rental for a longer period by
or the in
erly, old shoes were plentiful in the gutters
of certain neighborhoods; now it appears
that they arc sought after as choice prizes
in the rag picker's line. By dint of perse
vering inquiry it was discovered that the
old shoes were used for three purposes.
First, all shoes not completely worn out are
patched, greased, and after being otherwise
regenerated, sold to men who1 deal in such
wares. Some persons wear one shoe much
more than. the other; these dealers find
mates for shoes whose original mates are
past hope. Secondly, the shoes not worth
patching up are cut into pieces; the -good
bits arc used for patching other shoes, and
the worthless bits, the soles and cracked
Effects of Strong Drliik on the
liver, i ' '
The Family Phy$kum tells' us that when
alcohol is introduced! into the stomach in
the ordinary way, it nearly aft passes through
the liver. Undiluted spirits, are much more
injurious than when mixed with water, and
produce greater irritation. Alcohol con
sumed as wine or beef! is far less destructive
to the liver than when taken in the form of
ardent spirits. A hot climate intensifies all
the vicious effects of alcohol. The symptoms
of cirrhosi of the liver are in the early stages
often obscure, but later they are sufficiently
well marked. At firstj theier gets slight
ly enlarged, and the patient sttffert from pain
in t he right side, indigWion,wind, and cos
tive bowels. ' He is occasionaRy feverish, his
skin is hmt and dry. and he has a peculiar.
jjiihealt hy, sal low looli whkjfc' bjk probably
tiii 1 9 to imucc, uiu w ii icq is sumeientiy ob
vious to his friends. The necessity of mak
ing a change in his habits is forced upon his
attention, and for a week or two he is under
the doctor's orders, and not feeling able to
drink any more, he consents to follow a re
stricted diet, and to take a course of purga
tives. Soon the mot prominent symptoms are
relieved, he fancies himself well again, and
quickly returns to his old habits. Gradu
ally, however, he notices that he is getting
thinner and weaker, and occasionally he has
a good deal of pain in the side. He is nerv
ous and out of sorts. lie has na longer the
pluck he used to havejj his friends notice
it, and then he gradually becomes aware of
himself. He finds that he is not "fit for b;isi-
The Truth Pay.
A few days ago a train over one of the
j railroads running west ran over a cow jnst
Unrecognized Qualities Iu
Among the namerotw and varied properties
possessed by charcoal there is one one, top,
of the most wonderfulwhich floi nnt
Bcem to be adequately recognized, orobablv tter was imported at hadqnartert, bat
irnn us oeing imperfectly known except to , ooviue was noc
physicists, f It is that of being able to con- t(l vf uutil Today when he en.
dense and store awaV ia "its noreV man PwWDt't officeand remarked:
times iU own bulk of certalb gaseous bodies. . I1 gq8 wfd better P ow for
wnicn u retains, thus compressed in an otb- iT V i ,
crwise nnaltered condition, and fromuhirh . j Ah 1 f0 owned killed by oae
they eanl withdraw a. reonirea.M dWyour
tooktbe taskef a systematic examination W1 f ratchW bead, kitcbea I ?K . fi
prove rorpHsinjr io the nerai o. J ;iw 4 " X brtther-in-Uw said MU "aS nones, tout W" lawi-
erating with blocks of' fine boxwoodchar- . had.il,e ""P40 gotern blazes, and bays as ever a man drew rein
coal, ireswy bomt, he found thatsimplv - "7 w mo wa.a new, mucn- over.r Un day ; I found a stnhin
Stories put of the Whole C1oth j
; , :i..-V---.. , .! I
It is of no nse for an Eastern man I
beyond the Grand Trank Janetion. Thoftolr7 to teU a b'g story when tbcro
I- a if csiern man about. .,-i.v.sr :
"When I was a yonng fellow," said
Colonel &, an eastern man, "we live ;
in Pennsy Iranian The ftrm haxi Jeen !
weir wooded, and the stamriierov
pnrtly thick. Rat we put the corn in
among them, and manased to raise a
iair crop. i be next season I did my
gases they absorbed them in the following
Ammonia 90 volumes.
Hydrochloric acid gas... :...85 '
suipnurous acid 65
bulphuratcd hydrogen ,. .55
Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) ..40
Carbonic acid .35
j It is this enormous absortive power that
renders of so much value a comparatively
slight sprinkling of charcoal over dead ani
mal matter as a preventive of the escape of
rne ouors arising Irom decomposition. A
dead dog having been placed in a box in
- I & T' . . . - ", .
But my wife, said I had better say that V a word to tlie.team j:
the eow was not worth over $50.' . H ana, it 70U will believe it, they just
4Yes. Well, how was it r walkctl that plow right through tliat
ghat's where the stick comes in. you stump ss though it had been cream -
see 1 want all she was worth, and yet I cheiA " ' . r t
don't want to swindle auy body. Fact is J 1 , , .
she wasanoldcowdry L a bone, and 0t80Ul fP Bbrprige. llut
worth about $15 for boarding-house beef. MaJor S., a Western man, who had
Yet; she was took away kinder sudden, been a quiet listener, remarked quietly;
and it made a bad muss around the place "It's curious, that -Ihad a similar '
and l reckon you might add a little ex- experience mvself oner.. Afv mnif.M
tra." I . 1 ... 1.
aiwaya raaue our ciolhsir in those
'Let ns say $25.'
'That's plenty. I 'spose I might hava
had fifty jnst as well as not, but I didn't
want to lie about it.'
o, never tell a lie.
'Oh, I wouldn't have lied, 'cause 1 know
'unnoru nro rtnri.rfpii iiirn Jiimilfia mill
ness," and he is afraid to see people. The u,c warm l!ltratory of an eminent chemist,
and covered with charcoal to the dnth of
1.5-r.;i. .,n,ifi,.m.,.:. between two and three inr!,e onnUi f 1, U011 Nnt a nian ou' there to get all the
debilitv increase. lie tries all kinds Gf K01 to ,iavc emitted any smell dur- Ct "tho replied the man, ns he
iui? several mnnrha u..,!k Jm iwweu au uruer on me treasurer lor Ills
C7 "iiivil tllllV Mil IA"
amination showed that nothing of the ani-
check. Detroit Free Fret.
r For jJAir and BZJsiST.
; j External and Internal. .
it 1 KIXCIiEA.TEST PACT EELnrTTP. O? ACU.
mm a m
THS GKEAT VEGETAELE CATHARTIO
i : Vegetable SYRUP
H ! i:. tantly Acsitcz-n V.'CPV.T. rrsd ' ; r.-vrjea(lcl
,tlJiys!c!aai3iiio best i 0..i 2J.iCiIx.'-
r j rr '
; i 1 j ii tTTorwio by nil Iru-pI.--? :
jonvr. ixr:r:nY. cuhiiax z-, go.,
"I m sou: rncrKirroiia,
treatment, but neTer sticks to one loner at a
by a process known only to thenmnufaetur- time He consults evi.ry of an , ,
crs. It is said that they are boiled in pure London but (lerives iitt0 if any benefit mal reniainctl but the bones and a small por
spirits and allowed tostand fora few weeks, from tu,ir B,lvic IIc m Jvc t tiKn of theskin. To the large excess of oxy-
the product far surpassing the Jamaica rum drink if,e could .but heran't. His self-re- Sen ovcr the "rogen in the atmosphere,
made with essences, burnt sugar, and spirits. I iin.e i sonc. the al cohol has stoh-n .v.t w,,ich according to the above table, was
X gentleman who doubted the trutUof this us wiu? aml ,,c Jg uttc.v Jncapable of giy. alworbed by the charcoal, and which thus
story stopped recently at a low grog shop ing up thc (iangerous f-inHtion. He will reIlderel harmless the noxious vapors given
in the neiirhborhood of the factory spoken ,,, i. ,, .. t,.t. off by the carcass as thev were beinrr nhsnrh.
- 1 MnX Utl Lt VKV lll II II I lir I ri IUIlt.il I M wvvb . . I
I 1 w h. T A t I m t. 1 1
rits and will nrobablv H is obtless owing, to the fact above OWT wme8 -"Alter me ceremony was Know."
r I ! 1 .... . I AVir tilt lJriailnf tvonf tliA noiA k
Romotimes lie wUhw sa ana tne mrtner lact of the charcoal . 1 ""'" l"
receive company, anu mere no was visit
f rental for a longer period by - " -r- taice an oatn to-day
tk - ., - , . e u. , of and inquired if they had any rum trora .mother ilron'nf tii
ging them for the bnet interval .....,..,.,: anotntr cirop 01 spu
? 0 . .- . j o d shoes. "No," said the bai keeper, "we )ro..u ;t tnjiiorrow
uiuugunition. If the .weather . , . ' , 1 . . ireaK it tomorrow.
I Scenes at Jackson's Inaiigurntioii.
Mr. Webster, writing from Washington
savs : "I never saw aneh a rrowl liprn
before. Persons have come five hundred Uust saket the stump out, root and
miles to see General. Jackson." Judged a" Something had to give you I
days, as well as the cloth they were j
made of. The old lady was awful
proud of her homespun said it was
the strongest cloth in the Stated One"
day I had just plowcil through a
white oak stump in the way you
speak of, colonel, but it was a little
too quick for me. It came together ;
before I was out of tho way, and nip
ped my trousers. I felt mean, I can
tell you, but I put tho string on tho
ponies, andif you'll believe, it, they
: 1 . ... . (.. .1 : .. . n 1 I ; 1 -1 I
. - -J ..... uontc Keep u mucn now: inc uru-gisis, 0 ii. ! .... never uecwiuinjr saiuratea. I
till-ill 1 it' tlH llllllllMir OI VlSllOIS Will I . 1 iuvii iiiiu uii in mi asy- I I 1 i , .
,U ". ' S , lio want a nure article, all sell it, and the 1(mi c ' A reader of the Scientific American. tt.ho ed by immense crowds of all
UUUUIU'SS UC large, nut 1 uuucrsuimi niiiu . ................ Dv... x,. ,iv, j . . I nle from the highest and
0 ' . . .i. . . nriee has ironc un. But we have had it, , : t .., 4 .... J has been trym-r certain exDerimcnts of thu MC irom uie u,gest anu
the mihtary organizations wuc, it ' . fica ' e if vou want it." "r"'- "ut value of charcoal as a eonUbu n to the most vulgar and
id. will nggiegate S5,00() men, will go 7 , . , . n .r u,u lu "ms, uul,cr r- , . x "V ,7 I nation I never saw such a
0 r 0 I TT.r nmnv tlil alnt to trillion Ol mm I . . . ,. I Ktnrinrr flTVfrpn ri-wrrta funnnM. o I uuiiwu. x uevr saw MUCH U
into t.n. iw,iin .ni-immiifiit uinlwill not J straint. Alter a tune the liver gets smaller, I 1 0 t i .r , ,
intot nU.o,aiye.Kampment,ai, ' results. In a box or case containing one "W of K,,,fi Mob seemed
trencli inemseives uio 11 ine quunersoii , . - , , . .. . ..... , 'e-, - 1 j . I I waa friari to tuan from tl
- . 1 .1 . Vi-v ... It has been noticed Iv some deputies 1 hat K.wl. : 4i.:.. ,, , cubic foot of charcoal, mav Ikj stored, with - 1 wat 6iau i escape irom tl
14. .. ...wi i.ifu iim itikiiikf thitiiKU 111 1 0 - 1 U4ts viivt iui vwiJiinviiiiu. iiu nuuui 1 1 1
ri k 11 j.inn. iiiiir. m mm. . uii iiiiul i aaaaoaaB
sorts of peo-
gross iu the
Sand-Bags for the Slck-ltoom.
: j jor Sale by X. F. KLXITT2, Druggist,
l H ulti:ly - Siilic liiirr, C.
JAMES M. GRAY,
J ' kttom3y and Counsallor at Law,
:risj' SMJSJJI'ILY, X. C. -
4" 0 iij the Court House lot, next doo
tubulin', llau-litun. Will practice in all
tli&Uiurts ot the blate.
Iks ample necouimodajiqii for all u h
' 1 tf'' . t A- ..1. ...
cne. nsniiigion noieis are numeious
and goHl, and those w ho are abl to pay
'higher prices will doubtless go to theni.
ffhere Beeiiis to bo a. lull in cabinet
)i-ogiuwlii;aiii). U'e are go do.c ujmhi
ih; tinie tl accurate knowledge jthat po
litical propltetM are not so much disposed
to iik their guc&ses as they wereja montli
- ? , f 1 .11: 11 ...III
ui. it is said mat mi: uraiuriu win
ctrtne to the city week after next, and then
doubtless, there will be a boisterous revi
val o political gossip. C.X.
A Stanger's Mistake
while manufacturers arc quite willing to put
a valuation upon their manufactured pro-
willingly enough consent to knock off drink
now but it is too late; the mischeif is done,
duet they hesitate about stating the value the ,ivcr .g Jn of tirrhos; am, no
.. . ?! -9 . .1 I '
Practices in the State and Federal
M SEEDS K BEST 10 01
ll not dd in yonr town, you I 1 1 ill
cut get them W mail. Crop 1 1111 1
n. . Pomtl Card iat Cat.
K Vwataarrioes. TfuitHdat and wtott xtuiSi
ilAVID UVNUUKTHt SONS,Phiida.JPa.
Mm aM Heiisrsoii,
nay2i 1879 tt.
-SALISBURY, U. C. ' -
wuiVCS in tnll
: ?';i: Irom
l"in fact I will
ltr Iu.,. .! t lnn
v ... .......
vnery, lrr- .j-T wca. Py"vou can buv
t?iny where else
Jtl n tins city.
.B-l.H.Vif Will repair
p old stills c
IF YOU WISH
Your Wafches and
L" I c k ft. S e w i n si M a c h i n es . & c
-jkMii... t. ..- r-
w.,Ji - y aJootl; cheap and responsible
Vi....!n!Lnti,ejt!a leave tlieni with Messrs.
i 4- 'z lendleman, Salisbnrv, JJ . C. .
of the raw material and even return the
schedule with the space for the value of raw
material left blank. In one instance a man
ufacturer of tomato catsup returned a re
port giving the value of his manufactured
at $18,000 and the value of the raw material
as nothing. His explanation was as follows:
Every year in the coming season he sends
to all the wholesale houses which make a
business of canning tomatoes clean tubs,
with thc understanding that the women who
trim and peel shall throw the skins and par
ings into these tubs; every day the tubs are
rcmaved, the stuff in them ground up, fer-
mented, flavored, and sold as toniatocatsup
l few days ago a western merchant
w ho wanted to do some sight seeing and
buy his fall stock at the suuio time, en- to tne extent of $18,000,
tered a dry goods jobbing house o(i liroau.
way, New York, and accosted the first
person Jie met with : Are yon the pro
prietor here t' Not exactly the proprie
medicine can restore it to its natural condi
tion. Is there an remedy for this horrible
complaint ? Yes, one, tcetotalism absolute
abstinence frsm alcoholic liquors of all
kinds. This rented v must be applied earlv
If he waits till his liver has undergone 6eri
ous organic change, it is too late.
measures will suffice; he must give up drink
of all kinds. If he docs this he will recov
er; but if he goes on in his old plan an ear
ly and paintul ueatli is the inevitable con
The Habit of Self-Cbntrol.
out mechanical compression, a little over
nine cubic tect of oxvtreti. rcDresentinal
C7 I O
mechanical pressure of a hundred and twen
ty-six pounds on the square inch. From the
store thus preserved the oxygen can be drawn
by a small hand pump.
From the fact of the charcoal absorbing
The New Yonc " "Post" tells its
mixture. The I readers that one of the most conven-
triumphant, ient artfcles to be used in a sick-room
ie Scene as I Jg aarMl-bafir some rrl pan finA
soon as possible." No doubt Story was t v . .
, A :. k. tin A I sand, dry it thoroughly, in a kettlo-oir"'
glad to escape, he Was a bitter opponent ' J i , . T , '
of Jackson, and it was not to be expected u,c Mwr u,aKJ a uaK aD0Ul eign
that he could enjoy these festivities, inches square ot flannel, fill it with
Uinc UUie lachrymae ! "A profusion of I the dry sand, sew the opening care-
refreshments," writes a participant, "had fully together, and- cover the bag
been provided. Orange punch was made -th tton or r!ftlll T..
oiygen in so much greater proporthm than J IU J wu open- . , r .
nitrogen, we have here a means of utUizig Ud the doors to bring it out a rush was J .
No half its diacrirainative powers of selects in ob- luaae' tl,e S1 brwkeD' t,ie P18 of - 7" 7 " "
taining unlimited supplies of oxygen from I qv. upset uhu mic uiosi paiuiui coniusiou 1 ." j "'"g "ji
the atmosphere, which contains "nitrogen I prevailed. To such painful degree was the oven, or even on thc top of tho
live times in excess of its oxygen, or twenty this carried that wine and ice-cream could stove. After once using this you
Iter cent; whereas by the separating or selec- not to bronght out to the ladies, and tubs wU, nevcr again aUenjpt;to- warm the
tive powers of the charcoal the mixed liases of Puncn were tokcn froiu t,,e lower 8tory . .. - uu
capable of being extracted from it contain "ie crowd from " " 1
over sixty per cent of oxygen. It only suf- tne roomR- Men with boots on iieavy I "Vfcl, 7 ""fc ""ct U1 u..
ficcs to withdraw this now hi'dtlv oxven- with mud stooa on tue uamasK-satiu sanu uoius me neai a long lime, ana
If there is one habit which, above all otli-1 iz4j Rjr jnto another vessel of charcoal by 3lara in their eagerness to get a look at J the bag can be tucked up to tho
ers, is deserving of cultivation, it is that of t,e further exposure to which the Drnor- the President. Letter tn the ashuifjtOH i)flnu xvitltont ltnrtinrr tliA invalid, ft 1
Tn funf St Sndttliino in 11111 f I I .' ' f ... it . . .... I Vfsii. I
is a good plan to make two or three
tor,' was the reply. At the present I am
acting as shipping f clerk, but I ani cutting
my cards for a partnership next year by
onmniziiiir noon nraver meetutsrs! in the
" - O v
The stranger passed on to a very im
itortiiut Uniking iersonage with
iiioud pin, and asked : 'Are you the head
of the house V '
'Well, uo; I can't sayas I am at pres
ent, but I have hopes' of a partnership iu
January, pm only one of the ; travellers
just now, but I'm laying for a 2U0 pew
in an uj town church and that will mean
a quarter interiwt here in h'sa than six
months,' ' j
The next man had his ft-et up, his hat
back and a twenty-five cent segarj iu his
mouth and looked so solid that the stran
ger! paid: . . . j
"'You mustrun this establishmentr
jilc? Well, I may run it very soon. At
preseut I'm the bookkeeper, but I'm ex
pecting to get into a church choir with
thej old man's darling faud become an
equal partner here.' , f
The -stranger , was determined Snot to
make another 'mistake. He Walked
around till he found a man with his coat
off and busy with a case of goods, and
said to him : j
'The porters are kept pretty bnsy in
here, I see.' - ; j
Yes,' was the brief reply. j
lint I suppose you are planning to in
vent a gospil hymn book and sing tjie old
imm' out of an eighth iuterest, jareu't
'Well, no, not exactly was the
reply. 'I'm the old man himself.
And all that the stranger said,
long minute spent in looking the
Another singular anddecidedly pernicious
business is the manufacture on a large scale self-control. In fact, it includes so much tion of oxygen will be increased to a still I tor
of cheap candies from white earth or terra that is of value and importance m.lile, that greater extent. This indicates a most feasi
alba mixed with a little sugar and glucose, it may almost be said that, in proportion to hc mean9 by which atmospheric air can be !
A gentleman passed np the road this K the bags and keep them ready for
TiftJpnntT who invest! iratetl the confec- it power, does the man obtain his manlioou aecomnosed in such a wav as to provide a WK irom Kaieigli wiiere lie liad spent uae,
tionerv business reports that seventy-five and the woman her womanhood. Theabil- ti,Cap sunplv of oxygen. I some days and mingled more or less with
" I . ... . . . ... 1 m m w w . 4 . V . . V
percentum of someandics is composed of ity to identity selt with the highest parts 01 0lJC cannot readily recognize thc fact, t,,e meinuers 01 uie legislature. lie
thfP snbstances. and such candv. notably our nature, and to bring all the lower pas wnich js nevertheless true, that the condens- thinks they won't pass any law looking
- - . ... . ... T. I - I . i t. i
f'guni drops," contain still less sugar. The into subjection, or rather to draw litem an ng powei of charcoal as applied to am-1 10 promoiuou. c iieam 01 one poor
effect of white earth upon the stomachs of upw ird into harmony with the best that we m6nia is equal to what would be obtained 1 W aoWu l,,ere wl, l,,e cueme
Lrftw. for the Million.
A note dated on Sunday is void.
If a note be lost or stolen it does
the unfortunate children who buy these know, is thc central power which supplies by subjecting this gas to a pressure of near- in just calculated and intended to kill. not release the maker; he must pay ItJ
candies is yet to be determined by future vitality to all tne rest. How to develope y one thousand two hundred and sixty He says if he voted for it, it would kill I An endorser of a note is exempt
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.,t,iaina what is called a nne brand or mis in me cauu mrv wen aosoru me iutk nniimls on tlicsnuare inch. .. - ' .., "
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castile soap has been found to be composed j of every parent ; how toculttvatc it in liim
..hioflr of this white earth and crease, but I self may well employ the wisdom and en-
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thc evil effects of such an imposture are thusiasra of every youth. Yet it is ne mys
trifling compared to the results of turning terious or complicated path that leads to
Hiildren'8 stomachs into miniature pottery this soal. The habit of Self-control is but
works. the accumulation of continued a'ts ofsclf-
Amon" the new industries which have I denial for a worthy object ; it is but the re-
sprung into existence during the last few peated authority of the reason over the im
years is the system of finishing in this city pulses, of thc judgment ever the inclinatiens,
foreign troods imported in an unfinished of the sense of duty over the? desires. He
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condition. Foreign articles composed ot who lias acquired tins iiamr, wno can gov- fect uppermost, in sncli a way mas iieii'ij " j .
painful had no doubt that it had fallen a victim iwetteru Varolimn.
and if he dodged that would kill him, and
he did not know what to do. That is
about what ails the most of them, while
1 they talk about the constitutionality or
from liability if not 'served with no
tice of its dishonor within twenty-four
hours of its non-payment.
Each individual in partnership is
several parts are now largely finished in this ern himself intelligently, without
citv the parts calling for hand labor being effort, and without any fear of revolt from
;ni.tol wliHo thnu rftllin? fnr machine his annetites and passions, has within him
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From tbe Carsoa (Nev.) Appeal. i legality 01 tne people voung on uie ques- r res,ponsibIe for the Whole amount Of
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A gcutlemau who took a trip into tho ou. uej a .,m .. WCJ tM uw the-debts of the firm, except in cases
law tor absolute promuition tne ieopie . . , . ,
mile from anv house, noticed a cat, a will pass them into private life and if r t
huge one, almost as large as a fair-sued they : submit the qnestion to the people J . Ignorance 01 ineiaw excuses. uu one.
do-'. It was lying UPOIl the ground, Its I wey are mram hicj niu io nwaj I ."-b'vw.
whiskey, u nat a diicnia. I tion IS void.
Signatures iu lead pencil arc good
to some vicious dog. Around jt, feeding j avr
nanaiieetinirlr. wasaflock of small birds. JJinrneu aix oniu.
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work are made here. In this way heavy
duties are saved, although the articles arc
sld as imported goods.
chant over, was: 'Well, duru wyj but
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When you see ? .ears service as President with nine-
hnt la you it U sign that he resets tt We d not
yiuj but when he .. see., d.vest.ng heJtoU put on the
himself of his coat, yotf can rne up IifeAra
....J H.ot he intends-you shall i ;. .
New York is getting uneay about
her commercial interests. Philadel
phia has made inroads on her traffic.
Baltimore has diverted a large por
tion of the grain, Norfolk has' vastly
increased in the export business, but
more than all Chicago's commercial
importance is looming sip beyond all
anticipations. It is now realized that
her mammoth elevators are but 4,045
miles from Liverpool via. Montreal,
and 4,442 milea via. New York.
News & Obs.
Andrew Jackson, it is said, went
out of the White House after eight
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the source of all real jtower and of all true apparently lifeless cat was within
happiness. Thc force and energy whicii lie rj.n,0 f the vision of the observer for l A census taker, whose name wc
hasut forth day Ity day, and hour by hour, some tiuu.f aiM jugt as he was thinking were reqUegted not to disclose, related
u not cxnausiea, nor even u.u,.n...cu, u ho mncb isicr it would uo lor me am- thc fouowing an illcidentin his ex
the contrary, it has increased .by use, and ,uai to feign death and catch a bird by . . f? , . ,
has become stronger and keener by excr- Jinl it was astonished to see the cat peneuce while taking the recent enu-
cise; and, although it has already complct- I1(1.ini. 11 over auj grab one of the meration in his district.
cd its work in the past, it is still his - well- rtUx tUhn that wm very near. The 'What does your husband do V
tried, true, and powerful weapon for future otUer birds flew off a hundred yards or so a6ked the census man.
higher regions. Philadelphia
Up to Friday last 981 tickets have
been purchased at Goldsboro for col
ored men who during thJ,past month
had been cmploypd in the Eastern
portion of the Staje to go South and
work on farms and in tho turpentine
business. Nevobern Nut Shelf .
The Memphis IpaancAesays j Ten
years ago the present site of Birming
ham. Ala., was a cotton field. Now
It is a brisk manufacturing town, with
a population of 6,000,! and bright
prospects for the future. So much
for the manufacturing industries.
and alighted. The cat only made one or
two moutlifuls of the game and then
crept around to the windward of the birds
laid itself chit again aud once more suc
cessfully played the dead dodge. The
gentleman drove away without seeing
how niany birds it took to satisfy.
A fight is reported to have occur
red in the Baptist Church, Pulaski,
county, Ky., last Sunday, in which
knives were used. One man was
fatally cut. The row was started by
tho deacons attempting to sit in the
same pews with the ladies whom they
had brought there, wbtpji is contrary
'He ain't doin' nothin' at this time
of the year replied the young wife.
'Is lie a pauper?' asked the census
man. She blushed scarlet to tbe
'Law, no!' she exclaimed, some
what inditrnantly. 'we
married morc'n six months.'
A Cincinnati paper svers that
"women dress too hastily This
clearly is 'sarkasm' or else the edi
tor never sat for two mortal hours in
a hired cutter, waiting for Angelina
to "be down in a inoment,--Cats-kill
A receipt for money is not legally
Contracts made on Sunday cannot
A contract made with a minor is
A contract made with a lunatic is
Checks or drafts must be presented
for payment without unreasonable dc-
lay. . -
A member of the New York IIonser
from Chatauqua, docs talk queer. Ha
has introduced a bill requiring all suL
stances sold as butter and not a dairy
product made from cream ai d milk, .
to be plainly marked and branded
"imitation butter," and coinpeli all '.
hotels, restauraut, lunch counters, amj
boarding houses using such articles to
post conspicuously in their places card
bearing these words. "Imitation. but-'
jleraerved here' JVurs d Obkrw,
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""Iier Hank, for salt here