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SALISBURY. If. C, 1IAECE8, 1883.
The Garpll&a Watchman,
' PiniK.jEpO IX ADVANCE.
THE STAREY FIRMAMENT.
Tie E . H. f afaer -OBsemtory. at MsSa, Hew-YcrL
invalida who are recovering vital stamina,
declare in grateful terms tbeir apprecia
tion of the merits as a tonic, of Ilostetter's
Stomach BitterJ.. "Not only docs it impart
strength to the weak, but it also corrects
an irregular acid state of the stomach,
makes the bowels act at proper intervals,
gives ease to those 'who suffer from Rheu
matic and kidney troubles, and conquers as
well as prevents fever and ague.
for Sate Dy an iruggiBw uuu xsesucra
fii or M
iM Mill ife
rotm8ter Ueucrul; ns a .last resonrce, I Piedmont Prcm' Iter. HW;Ita8 wbo
was nuoai 10 iniu-rf n periecteu lti two I ""vi io inoKnry laat Liil from Guilford
91 c AD AM ItOADS.
The almost impa&blecoutIitiun which
haa chamctM izml our streut for the laat
thirty da.vs nr more, linaj made the qiira-r
tiou of their improvement a pertinent
ntul interesting one to many of oar peo
ple. The article from, the Scientific
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American wnicn we pnoiisn, win oe oi n ..,,.. fWilt. Sm.....t nt..
interest to our citiccus generally, but ter) comsolulates foonest of all, but is nor
more especially to our; city authoritiM. t,,e most lastin2 . ttlt. Debblcs of Shroiv-
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fcliiie rand Stafford shire were also good
month, in 1816, Tor 55 a milej Indeed,
as to materials, they were to some extent
a matter of indifference to him. provided
they were stones, and stones only (Essex
and Sussex), he said, made an excellent
road, if only broken properly ' small ; J rtieroan from Hampton. Mr. Snth Car
connty, dml at hi residence Thursdar
ereoing at 70 o'clock. -
It i related thst Senator TnW, of Cl
orado, rilncr to make his maiden speech.
Fniu; -air.' rreoiuenr. I paired with the
"John Loudon McAdam, nccordin; to
his own account, came to Scotland front
America iu 178:), when 5 the Scotch Turn
pike' Acts had been about tweuty years
in operution and roads were still being
made everywhere. Hej got appoiuted a I
Coinnns.siotier of Roads, and afterward
removed to liristo), where he obtained a
similar post and was made a magistrate.
Gifted with a mania on the subject, hej
bejjan nbont 1794 to' travel over the
country at his own cost; and these la
bors he continued from; Inverness to the
Laud's End for 26 years, apparently to
search for a well made road.
and the beach pebbles of Essex, Kent
and Snssex were some of the beat mate
rials in the kingdom ; but the whinstone
or grabite of the north and of Scotland
he pronounced the most durable.
Even iu the breaking of stones McAdam
made !a revolution. He saw that able-
bodied men standing up with heavy ham
'Pa. is it riclit to mil a man lmm in
Poland, a Pol f ' "Of course, mr child.
"Well, then, if a man is Wn in Holland,
is he a Hole V "Tnt. tnt ! I'll answer no
more of your sillv nnestion "-irbwriVr
A n evidence of the fact thnt China is
proeresRinir. it is riven ont that Mr.! Yonnjr
Winsr who graduated Tears asro at TsTe
i College, has been appointed taetsi of the
eitv ofShmghai. Taotai is the ishort for
Chief. Matrmrate. Mr. Wine, is aflhria-
mers wasted the gmiter portion of their UinJT5tn hristain wife. though he preser-
w ins iiirniiicu nnine.
RtrengJ.li. He made his stone-breakers
sit, so! that all the fore of the blows took
direct effect on the stoue ; and the result
was that he found small hammers did tlte
work perfectly well, and thus was en
no less man men are in prison
charged with being concerned in the
mnrder of Cavendish and Secretary
Burke in Phoenix Park. Scotland, and
McAdam's plau .of road-making iif- abled to confine it to old men past harif developments seem not vet at an end.
fered as much from the old way which he
found in operation as a bridge does from
a torn. lusteaa or going ueep tor a
j "bottoming," he worked .solely on the
top. instead of producing a peaked,
roof-like mass of rough, soft rubbish, he
get a flat, smooth and solid surface. In
lieu of a road four feet and a half through,
! he made one of at most ten inches in
: thickness, and for rocks and bowlders he
! substituted stones brokeu small. His
: leading principle was that a road ought
. to be consideretl an artificial flooring, so
stroiifir and even as to let the heaviest
labor,: women and boys, which reduced J The excitement incident to the unfolding
the cost of tlio broken stone by oue-half. I of the great crime is great.
The size to which the stone should be
detenu i nod in a practical way by tine
area oC contact of au ordiuarj wheel with
a smooth road. This' he fouud to Ik;
about an inch lengthwise, and therefore
he laid it down that "a- stone winch ex-
Norfelk Landmark sars: "To build forts
require much time and large expenditures.
Tarpedo boati cost little, and are our only hope.
That they may be efficient, it is important
tney snouia do at everyoint of attack on
our coast. How shall they d of end us in
time of need? Will it not 1m 1
ceeds au inch in any of its dimensions is channel, free from the danger of Hatteras
mischievous," that is to say, that tho and the coast of North Carolina? If so
should Congress not at once provide for the
extension of our inland route from North
Carolina to the South'.
der of roads thirty and forty feet wide
rirting only three inches iu the center,
and he propounded ! the extraordinary
heresy that a better and more Listing
road could me made over the nakel sur-
Within the past few years there has been a marked increase in the inter- vehicle pass over it without impediment.
est taken tn the study of astronomy, and, as a consequence, more discoveries . ; Then people began to hear with won-
have been made than ever before within the same period ot tune. Among
the! number of independent workers may be noted the following; Mr. Burn
ham, of Chicago, with only a six inch telescope, has discovered over one
thousand double tstars wholly! new to science. -Air. Barnard, of Nashevllle,
Tenn., with a five inch instrument.. has discovered two comets, both within
ci t . i . k . k i at.. r i ri.i
me pasi year, iror. ocnaeoerie, oi-auu iaroor ; air. nruoKs, 01 i ueips, faco of a mo,aMs than oversold rock.
N. Y. and Mr. Wells, of Albany, have all made cometary discoveries of u Another of his easy first principles was
important nature. Prof. Swft, of Rochester, has discovered two in trainer- that the native soil was more resistuut
curial planets, several new neb ilae, and seven comets, for which ho has been vhen d thau wen and that aJ in
awartleil three German medals and the L1el.f-11.de prize ot thd kronen AadJ- renlitv it had to carrv not alone the
my of Sciences. Pnf. Hall, of W asiitnton, is the discoverer of both of the traffic but the road it ought to be
moons of Mars, and Prof. Boud of the eighth satellite aud transparent ring kept in a co,,ditiou of the greatest re-
f&kY" oioaiuui. sistance ; that the best way of keeping it
Many fine private-observatories have been erected recently in various parts . to lmt 0vr it a coterin"- imner-
BOOTS SHttks A. GAITERS, made to 0f America, among the number being Pnif. Draper s, at Hastings, N. 1. ; . . -uthe road in fact and
order. AllNm Klfeirst Class Seventeen Years Ex- . ,.-, . , . i i r l r e t i p i xt v I. n . ,,n 10 rain me iuhu, in uici , nnu
nce.Ati Maleriaiot the best grade, and wort Prof. Morrison's, at Glasglow, Mo., and Prof. Rutherford', New York. By t,i? thickneM of this covering wa8
wheel iu pressing on cue end of it tends
to lift the other end out of the road. In
practice Ire fouud it simplest to fix a
weight of six ounces, and his surveyor)?
The Philadelphia Times makes the fol-
tlm inrwRi 4 very appropriate remarKs: "lhe
,. it ,.i ?urk of the Supreme C
btouvo ... cucu neap, no ouiu uuuw uu fees amounted to $29,000 last i vcar, has
largo stones even for the foundation of been put upon an annual salarv of $5,000 in
his roads, for he found they constantly I lhe new appropriation bill. This would in-wui-lcml
imwaril l.v thn nrPRaiiiii and Ci- icate that a comjuittee of one hundred has
bratipn of the traffic. The whole road
was i small broken stones, even over
swampy ground." St. James Gazette
ueea aoing some lng-needed woik in
Washington. It seems scarcely proper to
pay a Clerk of the Supreme Court almost
iour iimes as mucn as a Judge
Improved Papier Maciib Process'.
A durable aud inexpensive method of
PlIOTOGRAPIlIXO A. CofET's TAIL.-r
Dr. Gill, at the Cape of Good Hope
employing papier mache as a substitute I succeeded in photographing the comet's
iimp in tin lAtestaJt vies I i .1 ; .-f Kn 1. I- l.n
,n tfUiv&y on hpairing wruie nnesi private msi ui U1, ui ' w.c w.,,u, nuuc.t-., to be regulated solely in relation to its
. wii) "...v,. . . . " "r- i iv ariier vjoservaiorv. at xiwucMcr, j. ., i nmuu me uuutc mmu.uiuu . .
WXXX. UX. iiagio. I , 11 r t i m, . . , mi tru ioukhcm,
" c v - I . a. i 1. ... Im m nl inrv a ojmtd 1 itiot t n-i rt W il r t .
y' ii. v i rCDreScniS lilt! IICW JllHi tviiaviiu lino iwotiuiucui io iuwiv,
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and not at all as to its
v r r" ai rrl i f u c elt iili tin 1 1 1T a
m uvn I tuu ui v ' v aj v-i s,nw umii
than twenty-two leet m length, is ctxnpost-U ol stieet steel ami brass, is driven .. . , Tnmtf, nf AhttMniv fablespooufal of ground alum these being
... i :.i .1 I uiorouuuir mueu. vr iui tins unots uio
A trench, theffore, to do away with the M uuJiforni,y coated and npon this a
surface of tho native soil, he carefully I thickness of Manilla or hardware paper is
respected it, and raised his road aufh- j placed, or if two layers are desired, a sec-
for mattings, carpets, oil cloths, and oth
er floor coverings has been introduced
says the Providence Journal, the simplic
ity of the process being also an additional
advantage iu its favor. After the floor
has been thoroughly cleansed the holes
and cracks are then tilled with paper put
tv. make bv soakini? newsnaner in anaste
made of wheat flonr, water, and ground wner of Fauquier county, Va., says he has
alum, that is, to one pound of such flour iQ his possession a natual curiosity in the
are added three quarts of water aud a "hape of a mouse, that sings, chirps
tail and with it fifty stars that were een
through the tail. The plate was exposed
140 minnres, and was kept up to tho mo
tion of the earth bj clock woi k.
VinoijriA Mouse Story. Mr. Robert
Beverly, a well known resident and land
XXovaahold Artlel for Ualvaraal
For Scarlet mmd
Typhoid V ever a,
SorwTbroat, Small '
Pox, Meaalea, aad. '
A- Penoftt vraitin a '
th Skk should om it frcdy. Scarlet Fevwkas
tvw beca kaowa to spread vkere lb Fluid was j
used. Yellow Few has beca cored with it altar j
ao taaao piaetv Tba ot i
and ' A
nnno or sman
A awnber of my &m
Oy was takea wita
SmaS-pox. , 1 aaedtaa
Fluid: tha patient waa
met delirious, waa us
pitted, aad was aboat
W ovored and Sick Fer-
" boos rebesaed aad
- Bfd Sores prevent
ed by bathing with
Isapare Atr nude
harmless and. purified.
For Sore Throat U is a
For Fronted - Feet,
Soft White ComDlc'x- Pbiladrrphia.
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Ship Fever prerented.
To purify the Breach
Cleanse the Teeth
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh rcUered aad
the KouM anda ia thrae
weeks, and no others
had It. I. W. Paiut.
; Dipttieria t !
Wounds healed rapidly.
Aa Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wm. F. Samo
roau, Eyrie, Ala.
The physicians acre
use Darbvs Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
A. STOLLXHwaacK. !
Tetter dried up. L
Ulcers purioad aad -
Ia eases of Death a)
should be nsed about
the corpse it wiU;
prevent any unpleas
The eminent ihy.
8LMaM. IX, New
York, says: "I aai
convinced Prof. Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Tanderbllt University, Nashville, Term.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of ProC
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Lurrow, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid Is Recommended by
Hon. Alexander H. SnrHSNS, of Georgia;
Rev. Chas. F. Dbbms, D.P Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.: "
Jos. LaCoirrs, Columbia, rVof.,Urdversit.S.C.
Rev. A. J. Batth, Prof. Mercer University;
Rev. Gbo. F. Pibhcs. Bishop M. E. Church.
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY IIOMB.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally Or
externally for Man or Beast. -j.
The Fluid has been thoroughly rested, aad we
have abundant evidence thaeithns rtnos lihiee
here claimed. For fuller infiarmaUoo cat af wtm
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. IirZEILIN CO.. : -
Mamifactnnng Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
Fe. 3, 83.
rnTI 0 ITli 177 fiTl c'oc wor toexactLv e(l"a' tlie eartls axial motion, and mounted in the
flin 11 fiJ I A Y I lln mo8t modern and improved style. It is capable of magnifying 2,500diame
LiUljlL U 1 11 1 JjUlL ters, thus bringing the moon within nine miles of tho earth. The entire cost
' ' ' 'f THE
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' AS W
AS THE INTEREST OF
of the telescope and observatory in which it 18 mounted exeeeus 1UU,UU0.
The Warner Observatory was erected from the private purse of -Mr. H. H.
Warner, proprietor of the Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and other remedies,
who has also endowed and furnUhed.it most libentllv. In addition thereto
he has paid out several thousand dollars in prize 'for the discovery of comets
and meteors, which has doubtle&j greatly stimulated the discoveries to which
reference lias been made.
-With the zeal shown in the exploration of the heavens, and the improve
ments bein made in the means of observation, we are Learning new facts
every day about tbe bodies moviug in the vast expanse of space, of which
" J. 1 f 1 . . 1. .L! 1.1 IT..1
heretolore only proiessionai astronomers Kuew anymmg, anti iney uui nine.
The time will come when we will know many things about them where we
now have only conjecture.
Tlie Itev. W. J. Maxwell ou Tal-
tuagre aud lieecher.
From the British JournaL
As for Dr. Tal range, speaklnp: of him
rilii8 official capacity, I regard him as a
mere periormer on me iignt iopc u uitruo
of vulgar theatrical sensatiohalism vrho
never gets into the pulpit without out
raging botli taste ana reverence.
America, 1 hardly ever heard the name
of Dr. Talniage mentioned; and when I
did, always unfavorably, llisv readers
there are very tew luaeeu. s
Did I hear Beecher! Yes; and I would
almost rather not give iny ppiuion. In
one word, I was utterly, painfully disap
pointed. Not to 6peak ot tlio uniitiing,
which is a barn-like, uueomfortablo lok
ing structure, both outside land iusidr,
or of Uie congregation, which I can well
and has the other peculiarities of the bird
kind, minus the feathers and conformation.
It warbles similar to a mocking bird and
its notes are of equal sweotness to either
that or tne canary.
arcj-uow nrenared- to sunnlv our
i all kinds of
Crawford, Of tlie firm Of believe has wholly changed fits jcrsojiei
witlilU tlte last ten oriiueeu c.us , vi w
the choir who look like "professionals,"
and sing like "professionals j" or of Mr.
Ittxrlier'a nnnearance. which is rather
unspirited let me sity that5 the service
was exceedingly unsatisfactory. Tho
opening prayer consisted of two parts,
the first being au enlargement and repe
tition of "may we strive after develop
ment." In the second, tlio Hearer of
Prayer was favored with a cento of scraps
rather uninteresting, from the life of the
reverend gentleman. The; prayer was
long, and every-few seutence the Beech
erisni would come up in thejforui of pass
in " moraliziug8 or reflections and fautas
tie'eouceits, iu which "he flew off, and
into strange vagnries fell." ! In going to
Plymouth clrurch, we had expected to
hear some error" and more; eccentricity,
but had hoped that this would be raeie
alloy ,-iningling with the gold ; had taken
it for granted that the gold of original
Tn r ' s i i . i atiu true vuouijiit, ui hcou
lillle aUd Blasting Powder illustration, of beautiful ' Knd inspiring
sentiments wouiu iar ouiwtpigo w tt8Cl
cientlv above it to let the water ran off.
Impermeability he obtained by the prac
tical discovery .that stones broken small
and shaken and pressed together, as by
the traffic on a mad, rapidly settled
down face to face and angle to angle, and
made as close a mass as a wall. Man
kind iu general now believe
is all that McAdam inveuted
forgotteu. That important faction of his
discoveries is what has given to us the
verb to macadamize ("To pave a road
with small broken stones. Skeat), and
and to the French their nouns inacadam
' 'lNom tTun parage inrente jntr mm An
glais." Littre), macadamising and the
verb macadamiser. If a man is knocked
ond covering of Miste is spread on ! the
first layer of Manilla paper, aud then the
second thickness of paper is put on, and
the whole allowed to become perfectly
dry ; on this being accomplised another
surface of paste is added, sarceedod by a
layer of wall paper of any style or pattern
desired. Ou the work tecoming entirely
dry, it is covered with two or more coats
Farmers Wro. Observe. For the far
mers the golden rule of protection is to sell
their surplus products ia the cheapest mar
kets and to bay whatever they want, such
as farming toots, clothing, sugar, salt, lum
ber, etc., etc., in the dearest market. Free
trade makes the price of what they have to
apll in 'Rnrrlnnrt unrl nmttvtirtn fir fa th
that this lsist I of sizing, made by dissolving one-half price of what they buy in America. Jbcit
; tho rest is pound of white glue In two quarts of hot n (Mich.) Patriot.
water, and wheu this has dried, a coat of
"hard oil finish varnish," nothing more
being required after the latter has had
time to become thoroughly dry iu every
The Great Wall of. China. An
American engineer who, being engaged
in the construction of a railway in China,
lias liol unnAonllv favorable orrnortuui-
imp IIUU mM"--j - t
down by an omnibns, in the middle of ties of examining the famous Great Wall,
the boulevard, a Parisian bvstander will built to obstruct the incursions of the
rni -a,ri. iZTit
macadam. mle8 long 18 feet wide, and 15 feet thick
Snrnriae followed surmise. Roads at the ton. The foundation throughout
IS Ol SOIIU granite, UIO rcuiwinuc. ui wm
which were mere layers of broken stone,
pact masonry. At intervals of between
ln addition to the
Selected Stock of
ARE iu the
-I? i i
We also handle
d a ful line otMining Supplies.-
icate Any Prices in
the State. "
CALL iND SEE US
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metal. Instead of tins we got leeuie uau
bliug against the doctriues of justifica
ti.m i, fuifli. flinniant dealincs with the
. . i r 1 rfi.L- . .-am Ann
majesty ol tno noiy tuuuj,
obsolete sneers at the hell affirmed by
Jesus Christ, and low cheap jokes lugged
iir by the back door. !
But then the "house" must be amused
at any cost. Yes, taste may b revolted,
-..th mav be outraged, 'piety may be
I . i i. t. i( ,nna.l m not. IkA nmns-
SllOCKeu, UUfc mo iiwm - -
ed : and then Mr. Beecher sfull hi humor
and "infinite jest," and, ) besides, good
tnr.illv nholisheJ everlasting punish
ment teu years ago, as he ideclared from
the pulpit the very Sabbath before I left
I a morirfi. And. I am sorry to say. a nuni-
i ber were amused and laughed. j
. I Will the pastor of Plymouth church
and the meu antLwomeu ne is uecetviug
laugh a huudred years hence! , ; j
Falsification of Brandy.
A lnnicu table picture has been drawn
in a recent report of the Americnn Consul
at Rochelle of the falsification of brandy,
which, it ap'pcars, ii the last three years
has uudergoue'a complete transformation
and is no longer brandy, the greater por
tion being prepared from alcohol of grain,
potatoes or lcet. The most unsatisfacto
ry circumstance is that eveu merchants 8ix, four, and even as little as three tvro hundred and three hnudred yards
who desire to purchase a pure cognac can- inches in thickness, passed through the towers rise up twenty -five to forty feet
A 1 . An.fin 41 . ea 4- fllsttV tflfl tlC sVll i Ills a, !..4..M asi1sAtif IvvAAt'ilifff llTi hurh. and twentr-four feet in diameter.
noi uv cci umu niciw t..j wonsb wiuurrB- niuniim wiwhviu6 "fl" :i . 11 nnA on lwtli airljs
proprietor, of the vineyards, all of whom while, as the coachman used to say, th.y "Au"l ma8onrr ftrapets, to euaUe the
are distillers, have become so clever in rau true; the wheel .ran hard upon defenders to pass unseen from one .tower
: ..a 1 4 .
tselt is carriea irom
perfectly straight line
srvl.sei-tn unit AVMrillllla
- . i n -" iuii vMiiivMniitB it aiuo nuu w
The mention of the years 1849 they saw new roads made lor mucii less -y the slightest regard to tho Con
The Scotch Puke of Athol is probably
tho most extensive tree planter iu the
world. During his life the Duke has
planted 27,000.000 sprouts, covering 15,
000 acres of his private estate. Philadel
We copy this for the lesson it contains.
Here is an example set by a nobleman
that all American farmers miuht follow
with profit to themselves aud the coun
try. Wil. SfVir.
The attention of Farmers and the nener-
le a a. m. t . . .
tu puuuc is caueu io me iaci inat
T. J. MORGAN
Has opened a First Class 'FAMILY GRO
CERY STORE, next door to Blackmer &'
Taylor's Hardware, where he will keep a'
full 1 ine of fresh goods, such as FlourMeal,
Bacon, Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, &c , ' ,
Also a fresh and complete stock of
and Faacy Groceries. li ?J
Will pay the highest cash prices for But
ter, Eggs, Chickens, and all saleable coun
try products. P"-..., -
January 18, 1883. : ""'Ia:3m.
NATIONAL HOTEL, c
SALISBURY, IT. C, . '
. MRS. DR. BEEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this well known
House, has again leased it,, and will be
pleased to see her many patrons when
they visit Salisbury. "
Citizens wanting the Omnibus may leave
orders for it at this House: '
Jau'y 15, 1883. 14in'
The One-Price Store !
are distillers, have become so clever in rau true; the wheel .ran hard upon defenders to pass unset
the manipulation of alcohols and I tire ac- tjicin it ran upon the nail." Commis- toanother. The wall it
companying drugs that they deliberately , . . fc oiDl to point iu a perj
make a brandy of any loquircd year or soneis couiu not, ueucve 3 1 valleys aud plai
" ir .1... 1 o in . 1 . onn. nr mails iii(Ia Trr nincll lARA ......jw t
m - m a r a 1 . i av
or 17U, lor instance, in au invoice or on than it liau cose i mem yen w topnu fi.nrflt nn Qr the erounu : somen
a label, means simply that the article is tl o1j onej, when an old road was I nliinirinir down iuto abysaes a
nresnmed to have tlie tast or color of the . . . ... x.jkAn,,a i,or(T. i1K Tin f,t deen. Brooks and rivers aro bi
brandies of those years. The increased B' ,ulw v""' " eT over bv the wall, while on both
importation of German potatoe and beet maue a new ouu tu i. . . flaukinff
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND GROCERIES t
FULL STOCK OF FURHISHIKG GOODS.
BOOTS ADD SHOES A SPECIALITY I
.i...i...io inrn tlio f!liare.uto norts is an ad- tvIiiIa round London the cost ot annual
Ilitional proof that the less brandy that is repairs had been i470 a mile. Fir ho
consumed, the better for the health aud "kiew that tho road such as had been
iuSe'r!Lft .tom . 1 the ignorant waste-generally contained
sell the brandy in 12 bottle cases, marked materials enongh for their nse for several
a m .... n n trw itix I S a a r t a" - I nrtliAl 1 nlIL'fl T II A I
with one, two or inree uie years u projieriy ipinv.. w... I r:,if r fi
, i : . i.,.. n v . v . . . . I rresitieuw oi u
the presnmeu qu.unj, tu .vr.u.u UJ road was uopt(ies8, lie went to woik iu a i fc g
compromising menuon , j, chcap way . fir8t cutting off the lformatitm
piouuciion. . .. it ... t,t i:..ti t .nii in t!i AAtilAr ''fo a I Iia lrwA not in
iuip6rt the small raisins irom me x.asr, s- - . ------ " " -
ani mako what t hev call brandy Ii-om the level with the bottom 01 tue mrrows,
Why Mr. Davis Send in His Resig
nation. Washington, Feb. 27. It is
IUlinvn(l that the announcement by Judge
v ... . s Vnr
nuria tli.it he will resiirn the omco or
uiee, there being at least one such estab
lishment in operation at Uognac. Apart
from the unsatisfactory purchase of a
brandy which ii not brandy, drinkers
should seriously consider what the prop
erties of the liquid which they aro so
complacently imbibing. It is simply ail
active poison, the imported alcohol, which
is known to the trade as "trois tix," being
of 90 strength, and sold at a little less
thau three francs a gallon. Its character
istic effect is to produce an intoxication
in which the patient is especially inclined
to rage anT physical violence, while in
sanity, of .au obstinate aud almost hope
less form, is the inevitable consequence
of a prolouged use of it. It is said that
of violence and brutish
lliu glint .-- f j
crimes iu France may be traced to tl
drinking of IMS uranuy auu aoeiuui
The slang term for a glass of cognac
nn petrole, aud for coffee with cognac, k
grand deuil. Not oulyin France, butjfr
other conutries, and even iu the Unit
States, these liquor are producing a coi
dition ofjiatioiial alcoholism of the woif1
kind, far bevoud the ordinary diuukefet
ness atising'from unadulterated yitoxiojat
tiug drink. Scientific America.
LARGE STOCK OF RUBBER COATS & SHOES.
Agents for Coats' 's Spool Cotton. Full Assortment of.
GZjASS A ivm TAHTiS TKTjL.TVX2m -
150 Bushels EARLY NORTHERN SEED-POTATOES, Just in. V.
ie Senate pro tempore, at "Best Flour, Meal, Oat Meal, Buck-Wheat Flour, Meats, Sugar, Coffees, Teas, luce -.
turdav. was prompted by
TTm;n fln'fo Tii.a TorJ Pnrn Aoft Pr.n ftvnins tLWk foil T V iltM tit NV ;
from President Arthur that ' ' r7. ,n
tend to convene the Senate urieans jaoiasses, e. touec noasieu or unxu-sv i w i ivuu.
session on the 5th of March. It 3 xb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cts. Best 10 ct. Sugar, Try At.
XAT k 11 . SI .1 tt.Aa .a ykoan no anvnnAin tnirn Wo KlIV Snrl AA all
A" " "in nnnnsition to nromut ' M ""J " 3
funr inches, removiuit all the chalk, clay, I fi.Q ii.tinn of & Rennblican Seuator aa 1 kinds of Country Produce. Give us a trial. W. WTasXOB,
- w I illV Vaw.v 1 - I
or mud, breakiug the large stones small, President pro tern., altuougu 11 no caucas
,1 - ..r I IS UHUeiswwu
then plCKIUg UlW ivau " J' w u uvjrvu v.
' I - ' . . ' , . - ii 1.: t.
and simply puttihg them back again, and JW .
r,r, nfl.ia direction to his workmen was "irLZV "ri..t i.r
that "nothing is tobe laid on the clean
stone on pretence of binding." But too
often the road was so bad, as at Egham,
that it had tP bo removed to its founda
chosen President, and that tho other
officers of the Senate will uoiu meir po
sitions until December.
Unused Wateu Power or North
Carolina.--Recently, in Cougress, Sena-
D. J. Bostiax,
All persons indeMrtl to us liefore Jan. 1, 1883, by note or acconnt, are hereby notified
that they must rail at once and settle. We do not want to add cost on our customers,
but we must have our luonny. mmm-.
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
FeU 14, 1883.
For tho repairs of his road, when once tor Vance, of North Carolina read from a
made, ho always chose wot weathor, and report of the late Professor Kerr, geoloj
"loosened tho hardened surface with a gfgt cf that State, an estimate of the uu
pick" before putting on the fresh broken agetl water power of North Carolina riy-
ijitig--eiV-s-6iur.noneU to ns now, The mam streams uavt ttu wsK-uy
Tho property has au old, establish j,r. eni, cf 3,300 miles, with an aver-
putAtioni Upon it there are seven defife,e R fall of teu feet to the mile, giving ji
veius, all of which have boen r4ar poWer of 3,300,000. Tho numerous
or lesa explored. Of these Tetrd trjbatarie aro not included iu thia esti-
threo run with! tho formation and ?r. ate The wasted water power of the
called right running veins two cae I ctato rivals the estimated engine powers
these in oblique lines, while tne reuwru-
. . !!.. Mntif rnnninff fR.
ingtwo crusa f"" wo"" 7io
nt ri"ht amrles. This meeting anucn
skationary and locomotite of Great Bri- j FT
Salisbury, IT. C. ' . '.
Aient for PHffilul TROH WORKS,
Bliies,' Boilers, Saw'Uflb.
- --":-. AND " ' ' ' I
Also. Contractor an i Builder. V
ing of veius in one hill storeagrcai,