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SALISBURY. U. C.V MARCH 29, 1883.
The Carolina Watchman,
' F3T V13LlsllD IN THE TEAK 1832.
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Loss of Life and Property by Fire.
Hartford, Conn., March 15.-Thc house of
twojfuaiden ladies named Judson, in East
Hartford, was burned this morning. Both
ladies perished, in the.flames. ;.
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New York, March 16. The business
failures of last week, reported to R Q Dunn
& Co., are 225 against 252 the- previous
f Atlanta Star; The indications are plain
that our farmers are preparing for a heavy
crop of cotton in Georgia this year. Deal
ers in cotton report largo sales, and the
farmers are preparing their best laud for
cotton. The area in wheat- and ats is
mnch less jUian has been estimated, and
tfie indications uow are that provisions
will be high in the fall.
A correspondent of the Nctr$ cC Courier
week. The New Eegland States, had 22; . wrifCs that paper a brief history of a gi-
Middlc 37; Western 70; Sou tnern ;4C; Pacrfic
8; New York city 21; Canada 31.
i i -a :
tnrslidarho are recovering vital stamina, t
dtclara -4ij-grateful terms theur apprecia
tion of the merita aa a tonic, of Hostetter's
gtomaea Bitters. Not only does it impart
rtrcnjrtaita the weak, but it also corrects
sa irregular acid etate of the stomach,
makes the ?bowel act at proper intervals,
gives eae to those who Buffer from Bheu
jnatie asd kidney troubles, and conquers as
well as jMfenta fever and ague.
Mi V .' IL 'Rem
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BOOT& SHQS & GAITERS, maae w
wsrlence.-A3l Mateilul ot the best grade, and work
doie laths fetestsiyles trfrt
R(1T raaaB won Itinajs u iinuti ' '""
iriv and WiompM v done. Om rs nv mall rromp
Atlanta Journal. South Georgia farmers
are now paying 16 cents for bacon on time.
For the use of 11 cents worth of bacon from
March until September -'they pay four cents
about 25 per cent above the cash price. If
farmers can do this and come out even, then
tilling the soil is the mostmoneymaking oc
cupation a man can go into. ; .
Just think of itt. In the large markt-t
gardens outside of Charleston, i the cach
and plum trees and strawberry irines arem
iantiful bloom, and the crop f spring
peas is a foot high. In the ad jactnt country
the fly hums, the irog croaks, ana tnc col
ored yeutlt siyis himself on a pipe log, and
this too wlthfn twenty-four hours by rail
of where me arc. Exchange.
If John Sherman runs for Governor of
Ohio the confidence of certain persons
who have predicted an overwhelming
Democratic victory in that State will le
"badly shook up," for Joliu .retains a
Tery 1 edthy gripnpon the people of th t
Common weal tit, and can make a rattliug
campaign amongUie Buckeyes. Char.
Journal. ' !
Wilmington Stan The receipts of cot
ton at this pott during the last week end
ing yesteiduyiifooted np 1,830 bales, as
against 2,484 Jbales np to March 18th,
1832, showing n decrease of j Col bales.
The receipts during the crop j year com
mencing Sept. 1st foot up 120,505 bales,
as against 129.0G4 bales up to March 18th,
1832, adecrcase of 8,459 bales.
Skobeleff was done to death in the very
prime of life by a poisoned chalice of wine
and even in extreme old age i appears, the
titled Russian finds no ccrtaintly of dying a
a naturaLdcatn. There seems to be a general
belief that Prince Gortschakofft 85 years
of age was'made the victim of sme unknown
poison. Chemical anlysis is jto determine
whether there ha been an unjtimely taking
off of the great Chancellor, j
An elder of the Kirk having lound a lHlle
boy and hissister playing marbksjon Sunday
put ins reprooi m misjiorm, noi juurcwue
one for a child: - "Boyi doyqu know w here
children go who play marbles on the Sab
bath day, V "Aye," said the: boy, "they
gang down to the field by the water below
the brir." ''No, roared out the eldeft "they go
to hell and are burned." The little fellow real
ly shocked, called U his sistn taCome awa,
Jennie, here's a man swearing awfully.:
Dean Ilamsqf. f
Here are s me of the features of Northern
civilization as presented in a glance at one
ant who is a native of Greenville. S. C,
but now resides in Texaa. The letter
states that Henry Clay Thnrstou is seven
feet, seveii and a half inches , in height,
has a ftMit thirteen inches long, wears
No. 15 shoes, and yei whose head is small
enough' to only require a hat 7i in size.
Ho has one son who measures six feet,
seven inches iu height.
Under the jpew postal laws postmasters
can issue no.-tal notes in denominations of
$5, and the fee is three cents This bill
authorizes the issue of money orders in de
nominations of 1 1 00-or less, but none for more
than $100 can be issued. The following fees
are fixed to be charged for money orders:
Fr orders not exceeding $10, 6 cents; from
$10 to $15, 10 cents; $13 to $30, 15 cents;
$30 to 40 20 cents: : $40 to $50. 25ent
$50 to $60, 30 cents; $60 to fc, 35 ce"nt&f
$70 to $80, 40 cents; $S0 to $100,45 cents.
! . During arecent vret spell in Georgia?
n body of earth one hundred and fifty
feet long and forty-eight feet wide slid
from ., -Wilkes Into McDuftiu county, 'or
rather, it slid into tle river and changed
the curreut eutiiely. The most of this
slide ijiiitact noMf aud the eutiro'river.is
ou this side of, wheieas,it was. before on
the other side. This slide parted from
a field that was planted in crn last year
and it took ott twelve corn rows ana
eight or ten good sized trees, one of the
trees measuring two feet iu diameter.
Most of the trees are now staudiug erect,
but they are in McDuffie county. Such
is the statement iu the Atlanta Consti
AVhen meu talk about 'standing ou
the platform with Washington, Jefferson
and Madisou iu favor of a Protective
tariff, they fail in their historic informa
tion. The tariff favored by these patriots
was positively the lowest tariff ever
levied in the United States. The duties
barely averaged 7 per cent. The preseut
tariff averages, wo think, about 4G per
cent. Some differenco! The Louisville
Courier Journal it doubtless correct in
"Since the Walker tariff of 1840, the
Democratic party has stood squarely on
the doctrine of 'reve uno only,' going in
1856 so far aa to declare in its national
platform for prtgrcssive free trade.
Mrs. Vaiulerbilfs Chamber.
The chamber was bathed in a soft, rosey
liht that burned in a - perfumed censer.
The bed, raised upori a sort oi aais, was
canopied and curtained with lace-edgea
pink satin. The lady was supporcca in n
half-sitting position, amoung laco-trimmed
pillows, and was partly covered with dow
ny blank eta of rose pink, licr pmK shk
night robe was garnished with miles of
Valenciennes lace, and a maid saf lowley
at her side performing the omce oi a mani-
cure. Mrs. vanucruin. "
of delicate features, dark hair and complex
ion, grey eyes and exquisite figure, that in
attire was not lost uin here visitor, wno
sat down at the foot of the bed in her
damp waterproof, feeling in the surrounding
splendor like a tramp. And she toad Known
the occupant of that princely bed, minu you
when there relative positions were reversed.
not that she ever received in like-manner,
although this is not an unusual occurrence in
New York. It is the setting of this that
makes it remarkable. The visitor .had
been in many of the places of Europe but
n.mr siiw Kuril ma!mificancc in any of
UV1 VI - o
w -a 9
ness. llow l longea to see . mm ; .now i
yearned to put my head on his breast.
My husband became addicted to druikV
He abused me. I wrote to my faflter
asking him to let roe come home, but; the
answer that came was "I do nut know
yon!" My husband died yes, cursed
God and died! Homeiess and wretclied
and with my little boy, I went out Into
the world. My child died and I bowed
down and wept oyer a pauper's grave. I
wrote to my father again, but he answer
ed: 'I know not those who disobey (ray
commandmeute.'- I turned away from
the letter hardened. I embraced 'sin. I
rushed madly into vice. I spurned my
teachings. I was time and ngam arrest
ed. Now I am hsre.1 j ,
Several lawyers rushed forwards A
crimson tide flowed from her lips. They
leatietftier lifeless head back against j the
chair. The ofd m'agistrate had not rais
ed his eyes. "Great GodT said a law
yer, "he is dead." The woman was( his
(New YorlCvrrespondcnce San 'mFrancUco
A Bad Kecord.
Inits recent report the committecof Tennes
see Legislature appointed to investigate
the office of State treasurer calls attention
to the fact Mthat out of five State treasur
ers since 1865, a period of seventeen years,
page of the Phi ladelphia Timet for Wends- during the administration or four or them
day: A scoundrel named Duke ruined a the State has suffered heavy loss by defalca-
girl and then refused to marry hen a dis- tionsandothcrwisc.RL.Stanfordwasthefirst
honored father named Evans (daughter treasurer after the war, and during hif term
ruined) takes his own life and escaped uiur- of office the State was plundered of t he re-
derer is arrested in Wyoming; burgulars use mnants of her pnblic school fund which had
pjilarform at New Castle. Delaware; a defaul- been preserved through the war. He was
I Bnnolml hv J. R. Ilenrv. and he by J. R
fir aircasuici uiaronug "-" . . - - . .-
In Boston; U. S. Senator Tabor's marriage
prononnccd invalid. He had another
wife. Cincinnati Times, j i
Raleigh Netes Observer : The companies
Tn-nii rkarts of the State are full of vii-or
aince the passage of the new law giving aid
to the State Guard: -What we saw yester-
Rust, and with neither of those officials
was the State ever able to1 secure a settle
ment and suffered heavy loss from fier
treasury. J. E. Rust was succeeded by
Morrow, and in 1877 Morrow was succeeded
by M. T. Polk, and the treasury was again
robled and plundered ot nearly a mimon
. rf . nn in vhnm the nconle had lmnli
was a setf twelve cups, saucers and custaTd u.rJ -
wa3S8ei,iiwut , . 1 cit confidence. There must be some radical
..ti., .11 r lolifAt.A cream colored China 1 C11 cu,,,,ucuw .. ...
SMITHDE AL, madeinNew Jersey of kaolin fro. Mm,:
Caro ina; a l in moncco ? se Eaeh or of our reT'cnacs by public
msqtsh.ed J- t material arid well consid-
signs being marvels of delicacy and grace should be made in the laws
Birds are poised alnivO Dowers; xypicai - . -
. ji i tI ffAVArninn' iir auinc -
hrtMlncta or the Soutn are at-iycieu, huu , d-"-'-o
bits of charming foliage are made realistic.
This beautiful set is the property of Mrs.
Governor Jarvis, being presented her by Mr.
Marghall Parks, of Norfolk.
A Well as the interest of
1 E. Crawford, of the firm of
B. CRAWFORD.a CO.,
Ills Lust Court.
Arkansaw Traveller, .j .
: .m- m M . '"'si1.
401d Judge Grepson, a justice ottno
peace,' was-never known to smile. He
came to Ark'ansas years ago, before the
carpeVarbaggers" began their reckless
sway, and year after year, by the will of
the votersHield Ji' idace tas , magistrate.
TTie lawyers whoVOed tri his court
never joWed w;ith hina,bccause every otie
goon learned 'that thoolu man never en
gaged in levity. jEvery morning, no
matter how bad the weather might be,tUe
old man took his place behind the bar,
which, with his own bauds, he had made,
and every eveuing. jnst at a certain time
he closed his books and wsnt home. No
oue ever engaged him in private conver
sation because he would talk to no one.
Jfohfe ever weut io his home, a little
cnttara nnuHiC the! trees in the eity's out
skirts, because he iiad never shown adis-
miln n-Mlrauio the visits of
those who even livd in the
vicinitv. His office was not given
throuirh the influence of "electioneering
because he never Ksked any man for his
vote. He was first elected because, bav-
w m mm 1jsfkn Si ri 111 ITl nnod in a case of
jug unto wvtu - i
arbitration, he exhibited the executive
side of such a legal mind that tho pejople
iinmiuated and elected him. He soon
tyjiiued the name: oi me -nam juoi,
and every lawyer in Arkansas referred to
Hi rnliuirs were never
if rersed bv the higher courts. He show
mI no sentiment iti decision. He ftood
upon the platform of a law which he
made a study, and no man disputed him.
Several days ago a woman ciiargeu wnu
misdemeanor wfts arraigned before him.
"The old man seems more than ever un
steady," remarked a lawyer as the magi
tiate took his seat. "1 don't see how a
... ... 4.11 nan einn-i 1 tho vexatious of a
man ou ui" -"
a coun inucii itfufevi.
"I am uot well to day," said the Judge
turning to the lawyers, "and any cases
jou may have you will please despatch
them to the beat, and, lei roc uuu,
est of your ability,"
Kverv one saw that the old man was
tllOU "lit Of
uiiusuaiiy irewv " - ,i
a schome.to prolong a discussiou, for all
the lawyers had learned to almost rever-
llilll. ! j
"la this the woman V asked tho Judge.
"Who ia defeuding her f"
"I have no defence, Your Honor," the
vrnn.an reblied, "Iu fact I do wot think
iL... i , fnr I am here to confess
Mlilb ""J -
mr irnilt. No man can defend me, and
she looked at tho magistrate with u enri-
ona iraze. "I have Wen arrested on
rharo of disturbing the peace, aud I am
willinfr to submit my case. I am dying
f ronauniDtion, Judge, and I know that
any ruling made by the law can have but
with the body, a circle " making theV
uavci iu wuire win lust iaKe in ine
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head, the hoger euds and the feet.
The distance from top to toe is pre
cisely the same as - that between the I
ins of the fingers when the arms are
extended. The length of the.bodv ia
nst six times that of the foot, while
the distance from tho eJge of the hair
on the forehead the edge of the chin
is oue-teutu the length of the whole
Of the sixty-two primary elements
known in nature, only eighteen are
known in the human body, and of I
these seven arc metallic. Iron is found
in the blood, phoaporus in the brain,
limestone in the bones and dust and
ashes in all ! Not only these eighteen
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human elements, but the whole sixtv-
two of which the universe is made.
have their essential 'basis in the four
substances of oxvgen, hydrogen, ni
trogen, and carbon, representing the
more familiar names of fire, water,
saltpetre, and charcoal. And such is
man, the lord ot earth I a spark of
fire, a drop of water, a grain of pow
der, an atom of charcoal ! Frank Les
rsZtibSZ . rl
Ilu-purt:; of h
i:iod. Fever &n4
v ranitcu uy I-
rangemcnt of liver, liuwcla and ZUdlieys.
SYMPTOMS CT A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Breath ; Vaia in th Side, (onetimes th
pain is lilt under the bhoulJer-Liade, tnuukea lor
general lots cf appetite ; Bowels
vtth ctmkkrable loss cf mcfnory, accoir. ponied
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
Popular estimates of Vanderbiltls wealth
range all the way from three hundred to
six hundred millions. There can be no ex- k "T
arTcratoin in the lowest of these figures.
and may be but little in the highest. Speak
ing to a Timet reporter the other day; as to
reported retention of bounds by thclNew
York .Central, Mr. Vandcrbilt stated in
cidtntly that he himself held betweensixty
and seventy millions ofjt he stock of the
New York Central, which pavs regular
dividends of 1 per centa mounth; that there
was about one hundred millions in the
Yanderbilt family, and that besides this he
was a large bolder in the bonded debt, of
the company, which ranks at over par.
Add this to'the sixty oda millions ca reg
istered United States bonds that stand in 1 JjUSinCSS Manager and
ins name, uuu inc cumuiuus huvudi. , s
known to hold in other railroads, his real
estate and properties of various kinds,
and the asarecates must be semethragcn-I . O
ormous. makeimr him beyond doubt the
vita a patnlul censaaon of raving undone societninff
wnicn ougnt to nave been doue; a ui:.t, dry Couga
and flushed lace is sor.;etimes an atteutlant, fftca ,
mistnkea for consumption: the patknt contpLtins '
of weariness and debility: nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation "
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondtint,
and, although sati&iied that csercitc would be bene
ficial, yet cue can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it ia fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the diseaaenit cases
have occurred when but lew of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the 11 ver to
have beca extensively deranged.
It hould b used by aU persons, old and
young, whenever any olLtho above
Femons Traveling or Living la TJa
liealthy Lncalitiex, by uking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, lUIlnus attacks. Dizziness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no la
toxica tins beverage. .
If You have eaten anything: hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you wdl be relieved.
Time and Doctors lulls will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator :
' In the IXoaset: -
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
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I AH MOUSE!
(Late of Pilot TTabehocse, "NV'inston, N.C.)
safe par-cat ire, ailerallve and tonle can
never lie out of place. The remedy is Itarmleas
and fTooa not uuertcro wttu UObiacss or
richest man in the world. Nor is there
SALES EVERY DAY.
I t..i i ! iL. 1. 1 - . .,k. I nrmni T rt 1 TTTTITMiTTnnTV 1 TT
immediate I prooaoiy uui auuhvuuuu, . uju .LijiAlj isaies every W liVaLaUA.1
him 1 ,1Tes on a sm,,er proportion oi uisqjicome i
millionaire. For a man of
than does this
his wealth he is exceedingly economical, and
irrespective of stock speculations, in which I
with his immense command of capital, he
is always winner, and the growing apprecia
tion ot all his properties, he must, out of
sheer saving from bisv Income, be adding
millions every year to bis already enormous
fortune. r ' i
Marvels of tho Iltimau Body.
While tho gastric jrtice h a a nilU,
bland, sweetish taste, it possesses the
power of dissolving the hardest food
that can be swallowed. It haiuo in
fluence whatever on the soft and del
icate fibres of the living stomach, nor
upon the living hand ; but at the mo
ment of death it begins to eat them
Good Prices Assured.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MAN
110 SALE, HO CHARGE!
jggy Insurance and Storage Free.
Liberal Cash Advancements nra.de on
Tobacco held by ns for future sale.
. KLTJTTZ, GASKILL & CO.
IT IS PURELY Trf5KTAIH.K, '
And has all the power and efficacy uf Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use hi my
family for some time,, and I am satisfied- it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shxtbb, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. terhena. of Ga.
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
further trial. . i
"The only Thlnp tliat neyr fails to
Relieve." f have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and lability, Hit never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons. Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and wtvJJ w.d urther for
such a medicine, and wouldadvise all who arc sim
ilarly affected to give it a iriul it .n:is the only
'thing that never fails to reliee.
P. M.-Jankby, MinneapoIiSrIina.
Dr. T. XV. S2asonsnysi From actual ex.
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Rrirulator ia
my practice I have been and act satisbed to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
SSy-Take onjy the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. ZEILLN CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
I - n . i - .i .m m t ii ! i. in i i I . I l
The attention of Farmers andj the gener
al public ia called to the 'fact that'
Has opened a First Class FAMILY GRO-
CRY STORE, next door to Black mer fi?
Taylor's Hardware, where he will keepa
full line of fresh goods, such us jrioar, ALeai,
Bacon, Salt, Sugar. Coffee, Tea, &C
Also a fresh and complete stock i '
and PancyGrecsfieif r
Will pay the highest cash prices for But
ter, Egjrs, ChtCkens, and ail saleable couu-
January 18, 1833. 4
t- tf-kia? a trill be oDened in tbe town of Salla-
rS hiirv at tne store of J. D. Gaseiix, for sub
scriptions to the capital stock ot " THE BANK OF
are nowJprepareJ;, to supply onr
custMiers with all kinds of
Man's Image in the Veins of
In addition to the
'Best Selected Stock Jof '
II A R I) V A It E in the
; STAT E.
We also handle
Many a manvfould notjhave been cast
out of the Church had his ininister first con
sulted his Master. 4iNay,"j the. .Lord saia,
"lest ye root up the wheat." This is of
ten dene. Many a bruised reed has
been broken. Many a sickly blade of
wheat that might have been nursed, and
strengthened, and Saved, has been root
ed out and cast away forever. Better
let ten blades oftarcs giown than one of
wheat piliExcommunjcation is a dread-
Daniel Reese yesterday exhibited at the
HegUter Office the image f a human. face
alludeil to in the Academy of science report
Thursday morning, but which was not ex
hibited there. t was found at k "distance
of one hundred and five feet below the sur
face of the earth in a coal mine at Angus,
more commonly known as Coaltown. in JJii
las county, in September, 188L.TV is
about half the size of a4 ordinary human
Bills andBlasting Powder
head thVshape of the nose, month and fore
head bcW almost perfect in formation and
sours heavenly citizenship h"ml hands
not and not a mere jrea pi naiuro. uc iuiKr
has no ears whether it ever had is not
known as the back part of the head from
:f f;us;e , r.
aid a full line ot lining Supplies.
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i the State.
cJlll and sei: us.
.,1 htfit ffftrftil resDoniibility. It is ta-
UI VHIUqI TV i i i
kins away a
some men VushTin where angels " dare
tread, thrdugh our is llie more mercifnl
work of seedsmeandXhercl? readers.
Rev. IS. o. lurreu txruiwn vijn.
n gentleman of ndoubted veracity, teUs
nlTthe following snalc: Stbry .i In Morgan
the I little effect on me;" and. she coughed a
hollow, vacaut cough, and drew arouna
1 i,i i,i..nL- aiiittrl that she wore.
IlCr ill! UIU W"v
The expression 011 the face of tho niagis
...:...! niiolifinrrAll. DOt IllS e J
n aio iT3uiciinc4 ""- "0
AnnntA ami he did not raise them,
when the woman continued : "As I say
no mau can defend me. I am too near
that awful annroach, to pass which we
know is everlasting death to soul and to
lwvlr. Years aso I was a child of brigut
mi nromise; I lived with my parente in
Kentucky. Way wani ana iigiiviiwu
t ... ti. ft(lmirl of all the cay society
rlibornood. A man
came and professed his love for i me, J
dou't say this JudUe to excite your sym
been drawn befoK
a line running
the ear is missing, nothing
the front part of the head.
parallel with the front of fore Bpoke of j my past life SUo couglr
1 the reptile behind his boggy and draped
! it temniles, leaving the snake that night
VfS. BLACK :ER.
:Sfe.tilt the ced.r woo,Iwork of the
snateanu c , -r 7r - f A at Ulica was ln a
peril Jstateoi" preservation after two
thousand year. The statue of Diana
of llic En ??shn9 was formed of ceda r,
... - . . a ? I
ani enduretl toriraany ceniunes. 1 ne
,r.ionr Krvnt i:us cxlraclefl an oil
to cr, wliich;they rubbed over
the reayes ot tne papyrus 10 ;-nrocrve
them ironrorms, and which was al
so used for preserving their mummies.
N tied behind his buggy, j The iiet morn-
k t. r...,. tua iiint-A of the ratneaoaKe
lviV. beside the dad snake, liavingrol
1 flWPlI V trail for ten I miles:
. a (rain and caucbtaflow of blood ou
hankerchief which she prcsaca 10 uer upa.
t .raL- f it now beanse I know-.tha
that this is tho lastcoart on earti before
which I wiU bo amfgned. I was
-.1.1 i,.rr1 - fll in love w
man. My fatheV said he was-badbnt I
1 a 1.;.., ii camaacain "S"'"
STEPHEN W, COLE, MOSES L. HOLMES,
JOHN 1. GASKILL THEO. F. KLUitZ,
Jnnv M KNOX. LUKE BLACK M KR.
REU. J. HOLMES, I. FRANK PATTERSON
KERR CRAIiiK, PAUL N. HE1LIO,
Salisbury, March 1st, 1883, W:3t
It will be seen that many of oar business men as
well as those proverbial for prudence, irugautj anu
financial akllL are Interested ln this Bank, ana we
hitv tt. will tw a rancc-ess. One thine la certain.
the Charter offers a better guarantee both to share
holders and depositors than any tans, in we own;,
National Banks not excepiea
... - f.i . . 1 scnoiionato ine capwaisiocK 01 daik wp
away With the power Oi the Strougest j 8AI5SBi;ry," from the 2d to sunset on the 2d day
,i0 of March. 1883. Shares, sso each.
There is dust on sea, on land, in the
a 1 . 1 ' . - ' ii
valley ana on tne nrouutain-iop; mere
is dust aiwav'S and everywhepe ; the
atmosphere is full of it: it penetrates
the noisome dungeon, aud visits tne
deepest, darkest caves of the earth,
. 1 .
no palace-door can snui u ; oui, no
drawer so secret as to escape its pr-
ence; every breath of wind dashes it
upon the open eye, yet tne eye is 1101
blinded, because under the eyelid
there is incessantly emptying itself a
fountain of the b I ami est fluid in na
ture, which spreads itself over the sur-
face ot the eye at every winning aim
washes eyery atom of dust away. But
this liquid, so mild and so well adap
ted to the eye, itself has some acridi
ty, which, under certain circumstances
becomes so uecuieu as vo oe seaming
to the skin, and would rot away the
eyelids, were it not that along the
edges of them are little oil manufac
tories, which spread over their surface
a coating which is as impervious to
SALISBURY, N. C.
MUS. DR. REEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this well known
House, lias agaiii leased it, and will be
pleased to see her many patrons when
thev visit Salisbury.
Citizens wanting the Omnibus, may leave
orders for it at this House:
Jan'y 15, 1883. 14m.
The OnePrice Store !
S ' 1.
j 8,,ake waTt.01 siie of :thrdead reptile.
-which was a very ltrge pecimen,1 aild
. r .iiaitfttehed wtthont I trouble. Craw-
r.iti .r sfil nuM cemei.
uc IT"; ... .... -i ...f c"irr;?r!Tsr.
fatter W.i ' Si.! "m, ..kftB
. . 1 1 . - hiu-i hit rtri.ia jiuu i" --s .
again. 1 -uuu r - .... - . j-ftrtie
Uiveu IIIIM mu , "rf 1
ir ..nll.mirlo mtiii Im pxtenilctl on
mnst never again come to his ome-my . -ronnajLUrn.8 at right augl'w
w the home of my youth andf happi- lllil1 , ,
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND GROCERIES!
FULL STOCK OF FURHI8HIHG G00DS.
BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALITY !
SiTiTJ.,''j!,3!2 LARGE STOCE OF ETJBBER COATS i SHOES
varnish is impervious to wat,er. . Aqents for Coats' s Spool Cotton. Full Assortment of j.
The breath winch leaves tne lungs
has bt-en so perfectly divested of its
life-giving properties, that torebreathe
it unmixed with other air, the mo
ment it escapes from tfnji mouth,
would cause immediatevdeath bv suf
focation ; while if it hoveredklKUt us,
more or less destructive influenceover
health and life would be ocicasioned.
But it is made of a nature o much
lighUr than the common airj that the
instant mat n esoaie iuchjohm
nostril it ascends to the higher regions
. . . ... ... 1 'zv.11 wer
above the breathing point, there to ue 1 bat the mUHt vM at oncc ana wiile.
rectified, renovatetl, and sent bick J but we must hare our monry.
again, replete with purity and life.
How rapidly it ascends is fully exhib
ited every frosty morning.
JJut, foul and deadly as the expired
air is, nature, wisely economical in all
her works and ways, turns it to good
account, in its outward passage thro'gh
the organs of the voice, making of it
the whispers of love, the soft words oi
tender, loues-oi numau
Tvswecttst strains of rav-
e persuasive eloquence
150 Bnshels EAELY 1TCETHEEN SSED-POTATOES, Jest in.
K-Best Flour, Meal, Oat Meal, Buck-Wheat Flour, Meats, Sugar, Coffees, TeasRice
Hominy, Grits, Pure Lard, Corn, Oats, Bran, Syrups, and fourkind. of New
Orleans Molasses, &c. Coffee Roasted or Green at 10 cents per pound;
3 lb. Cans Tomatoes at 16 cts. Best lOct. Sugar, Try it.
r. n n.i n...ia ma rhoan aa an rone in town We buy and sell all
f f C ill CUll SpVII J -Ml Wm r.rim " 1' - f
kinds of Ceuntrj Produce. Give us a trial. ' w-Tatixii
- Jj. J. BOSTIAK,
srP PAIR NOTICE.
'-.s,, - ..... 1 1 . : c - 1
All persona indebted to ns before Jan. 1, 1883, Uy note or accoum, are uercuj nowueu
V C UU UUl is nuw ir v.. -- .
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN;
Feb. 14, 1883.
J. Tt. lilCUJN,
Salislrary; N. G.
km for PHtENIX IROII WORKS,
Enjiies, Bote, Saw His, :.
wav i rpjJBINE- WHEELS
J j -Also Contractor and Builder,
!ct. 5, 1812 -
ford, Ga., Weekly. " -