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SALISBURY. N. C, MAT 3, 1888.
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The Carol jna Watchman,
ESTABMfep IN THE YEAR 1832.
What the preat restorative, nosieuer'n
Stomach Bittett, will do, must be feathered
from what it has done. It has effected rad
ical eures in ttjousands of eases of dyspep
s bilious dftorders, intermittent fever,
nervous affectum, general debility, con
stipation, sicki headache, mental despon-
1il!illinCrt lO 11 uu u luc iccuit ait
" For sale by all Drnnlsts and Dealers .
A Consummate Idyl.
The string that tied the dog fetched loos,
The dog came howling on ;
That mi sad ven tn re cooked his goose.
His cup of joy was gone.
Swift for the picket fence he sped,
As swallow 8 skim the plain.
Two inches scant the dog he led.
He Lever smiled again.
Bright eyes were passing on the street,
Soft voices laughed in glee.
Ami merry shouts from happy hearts,
Called each other to see.
He i cached the fence, he strove to climb
With sndden mighty strain,
Sore was his need, scant was his time
He never smiled again.
Where erst, like robins in the spring
His sweetheart's voice he heard,
He hears her father's accents ring
With many a heartless word.
One leg the bristling fence bestrides,
But hastening in his train
The uaughty dog his speed derides
He never smiled again.
Around him whirled the giddy throng
With happy fancies blest,
Around him rose the roystering song,
The laugh, the merry jest.
He lived for life may long be borne,
Ere sorrow breaks its chain j J
But the dog, he chewed him all forlorn
He never smiled agaiu.
BOOTS, SHOcS &, GAITERS,
order;-All ,VorM''fr8t tTass-Seveuteeu Y
perteuoe. 11 Midertal or the best grade, and work
done In the latetjfcstyle
Heady made work always on hand- Repairing
satly and Brpmjf ly -done. Onl rs bv mall prompt
ly MM. VCrn. A. . Saglo.
H:ly. C Siusiaar. S. Q
For the Watchman.
Scotch Irish Waves.
Mt. Vernon, Apr. 23, 1883.
Having been sonicwka identified with
Scotch Irish township and her people,
for some mouths past, we can speak ad
visedly of the same.
hi fertility of soil, and the intelligence
and morality of her citizens, Scotch Irish
is unsurpassed by any township in Row
au, and will not suffer Uy comparison
with any community iu the Stale, and
amongst her citizens may be ranked some
of the most thrifty and energetic farmers.
You may travel in any direction, for
-miles, and thrift and plenty abound, ev
erywhere. Broad fields of wheat, oats
and clover meet your eyes at every point.
In point of good management and sys
tem, the farmers her seem a good deal
in advance of tlteir neighbors. Their
lands are very 'fertile, and peculiarly
ndfllittul to I'lnVAr thi (riaauiia yrliMr.ml
ears Ex- I " " . B r' , "
.wt . nt hfv tin-ill rrvaitio nl n-i, l..- t-.,
Correspondence of the New Tors San.
The Southern Problem.
The Supremacy of Na'm England Cot
ton AJanaJacture uvermrown
The danger that threat-
Hill" Academy. There is one school
still in progress in Dtst. No. 1.
The Third Creek congregation (P
by terian) have secured the services of
Rev. Mr. Thorn as Pastor.
Last night (Sunday) there was a terri
fic hail storm. It occurred about mid
night, and was accompanied with high
wind, and heavy rain. Many of the hail jus the New England manufacturers
stones were larger than a partridge egg. is imminent. The signs sharply indi-
We notice this morning that cabbage cate that they are to be forced into a
plants are badly cut up and mangled, competition with an established and
Otherwise we have discovered no mate- active industry that will fully cripple
rial damage, excepting that the streams them. The advantages the southern
are much swollen. Some fences are wash- manufacturer holds over Jew itig
Imparity of the
Blood, Fever and
I Ague, Materia,
NEW SPRING GOODS!
mien swollen, some lences are wasn- uiaiiuiauiuici nwn.o
ray, and the plowed lands badly laud are many ; and any of the used
ed. Wheat is well advanced and is to the full extent, as ai will be, will
W. R. Fkaley.
Talk to Your Horse.
be sufficient to overcome the northern
. It must be borne in mind
that the old system of slaveholding
has a living effect on all questious
Some man, unknown to the writer here- aflecting the material proqienty ol
of, has given to the world a saying that the southern states, ana tnrougn tnem
sticks : 'Talk to your cow as you would on us. We are far from being hrotigh
to a lady." There is a world mi common with the evil effects of slavery; indeed,
sense in it. There is more; there is good y opinion we are just about to
sound religion iu it. What else is it but realize that the abolition of that sys-
the language of the Bible applied to ani- tem is going to affect us of the North
mals: "A soft answer turneth away in various ways that our statesmen
wrath." A nleasant word to a horse iu aKI no1 loresee. ne now see me ei-
fect of it iu the difference in the cost of
labor influencing: the cotton manu-
A pleasant word to a
time of trouble has prevented
disaster, where the horse has
that words mean a guara.ty that danger &cturiiig industry of the North. We
will lunucr tee, uuu Miarpiy jcci u,
iu the rates of railway transportation
in the near future affecting the con-
R. R.s Crawford, of the Arm of
IAS THE INTEREST OP
3RAWFGHD & CO.,
arc iuw' prepared to supply our
customers ith all kinds of
n addition to the
jcu !eiecteu ck
H a m I) W A
11 E in the
fle aifaBlasting Powder
and a fill line it Mii.ii t Cimnliiia
y- "tj uiuv o.(
DupUce Any Prices in
ftXD SEE US.
S A i'L TAYLOR.
some as fine tobacco raised here as we
ever saw any where. Small quantities
of cotton are raised, but it is not depend
ed upon as a crop to any great extent.
Mr. John W. Steele is a very successful
farmer, and has his extensive farms iu a
high state of cultivation. He uses very
little commercial fertilisers, but makes
large quantities of hume-mude manures,
and im proves his lands by clover and pens.
He has a very large aud fine flock of
sheep. They are of the South Down
breed. He claims that his sheep are the
most profitable stock he has Lastfall
he sold $40 worth of wool besides having
killed about 14 for mutton. He has a
large herd of Berkshire hogs besides an
improved breed of cattle.
On every farm here yon will find im
proved breeds of cattle. Sheep aud hogs
aud many have the improved breeds of
At Air. W. L. Steele's may be seen -a
very large number of the Plymouth Hock
chickens, aud he is selling large numbers
of the eggs (three-fourths breed) at 50
cents per dozen. He is extensively
engaged in fruit culture, nudhas a fine
orehard of very superior peaches, Sec.
Third Creek Station (Ho wan Mills) has
four stores, w here every variety of goods
can be bought as low or lower than in
Salisbury. At that place they have two
steam cotton cins and presses, and do a
vast amount of ginniug and packiug, aud
the number of cotton bales shipped from
that point during the past whiter, was
1 a m i i a t - - a
There is also a good store at Mt. Ver
non, and also one near where Esquire
Hawkins used to li ve, both of these stores
do a considerable trade.
There are, perhaps, two of as good
flouring mills iu this community as can
ue louuu iu tne county, oue ol winch is
at Mt. Vernon, on 4th creek, owned by
Sheriff L. t . Krulcr, and leased tor a
term of yean, and run by Messrs. Vaughn
& Cranford. This mill makes a high
grade of floor, and its, brand has a high
reputation. The other mill is above on
I the same stream, it is the property own
ed by the late John Baker, dee'd, and is
now owned by his widow, Mrs. Nancy
Baker. After the death of the late own
er, the property went down and got con
siderably oat of repair. Laterly, howev
er, the mill has nndeigoae a complete
overhauling, and is now mat growing in
to popularity. It makes a good "turn
out" and we saw the other day a sample
of the flour made there, which war as fine
as we ever saw produced at any mill. We
learn that their "family braud'' com
mands a good price iu the markets and
is much sought after. The mill is now
getting ; a large custom, aud deservedly
.The people here are a moral, church
going people. They have several churches
embracing most of the Protestant denom -
: ... t ; a Uanr nt til A iwxilil. vv erf in
..attendance at the Presbytery recently
' held at Unity.
I - Au excellent school, taught by Geo. R.
McNeill, Esq., recently euded at "Rock
from pnuishmeut is not imminent. Oue
morning a big, muscular groom said to
his employer: "I can't exercise that
horse auy more. He will bolt and run
at anything he sees." The owner, a small
man aud ill at the time, asked that the
horse be hooked np. Stepping into the
skeleton he drove a couple of miles, aud
then asked the groom to station along
the road such objects as the horse was
afraid of. This was done, and the horse
was driven by them quietly, back and
forth, with loose lines slapping on his
back. The whole secret was iu a voice
that inspired confidence. The man had
been frightened at everything he saw
that he supposed the horse would fear.
The fear went to the horse like an elec
tric message. Then came a punishing
pull on the lines, with jerkingHtud the
whip. Talk to your horse ns you wonld
to yonr sweetheart. Do not Tear but that
he understands aud uppeciates loving
tones, if not the words, while it is by no
means certain that the sensitive intelli
gence of many a horse dees not compre
hend the latter. Breeder's Gazette.
The shooting of the mad dog in church
at Davidson College some davs ago, while
moste of the congregation were engaged
in climbing benches and shinning up the
gallery post, was genendy regarded as an
illustration of the wisdom of always "car
ring a weepon," but here comee the Pbili
dclphia Record saying that. although a pistol
was s handy thing to have on this particular
occasion, and although the custom of Ate
Puritians in this respect was not to be de
nied, yet folks ought not to go to church
with their anus on. We would like to
know if the Record expects people to wcare
nothing but legs when they go to church.
Char, Jhurnal Observer.
Gayle, engineer, ran over colUig from New E, ,ami oomf,
ack between High Point j,, a M)ltions (fr tJie ajriCuItura
Yesteiduy as the northern bound freight
train iu charge of George Coble, conduc
tor, aud John
a cow ou the track
and Jamestown, upsetting the engine
aud demolishing seveuteeti boxcars. The
engineer was killed outright. He was
buried beneath the engine, aud when dug
nut was found to be terribly mangled.
trol of the markets for manufactured
products. The southern railways were
built by cheap labor. Before the war
slaves who were cheaply hired, were
largely employed on works of inter
nal improvement. Since the war
poorly-paid free men and convict,
the State slaves, have beeu largely em
ployed. The roads were cheaply built
and they can be cheaply operated.
There is no snow to obstruct them in
the winter. All men working on
these lines are poorly paid. When
the traffic increases, the roads can
rry freight for less money than any
northern road, where the higher rate
of suped hammers the rails into splin
ters, and the comparatively higher
rate of wages exhausts the earning,
and the snows of winter eat up the
surplus earned in busy times.
Already the New England manu
facturers of cotton are clamoring for a
different classification of their pro
ducts, so as to obtain cheaper rates of
transportation from their mills to
Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis,
Chicago aud other distributing points
for tiie western and southern trade.
Without a cheapening of freight rates
on the northern trunk lines they fore
see that the southern manufacturers
will speedily drive them from the
western markets. The eastern manu
focturers acknowledge that they have,
on coarser goods, lost control of the
southern market, and that they are
threatened with the loss of the west
ern market. There is another point
that sharply affects this threatened
loss of market that the northern man
ufacturers have modestly omitted to
state, and that is the southern product
which is now being introduced into
the W est is a better article than any
West where the tillers of the soil have
used southern ginghams, honestly
made and unweighted with the con
tent4 of the pnste Mts, they demand
that the dealers keep the superior
ver, llowela and KJdheys.
SlMPTUMg OF A DISK A SET UTKR.
Bad Breath: Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain it Celt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax;
the Mhd is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable loss of memory, accompanied
w ith a painful sensaiiun of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done ; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face is sometimes aa attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility ; nervous . easily startled;
fett cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the above
TratreUnr or LJvinr In TJn-
bv takins a dose occasion-
trie Liver in healthy action, will avoid
IllUous attacks. Dizziness. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, out Is a in
If Tou have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or fed heavy after steals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Bills win be saved
y always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
gSsw8"PwPnlLnP's tflr '
ubjE ajsaAsjejHBsw Va79AXl vsvJzxnl
KLUTTZ t RENDLEMAN
Have now received ,heir entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods which hare been
selected with great care to suit the varied wants and tastes of their numerous customers,
all of which they offer as cheap as the cheapest. They have now in Store the
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
ally to keep
safe purcative, alterative and tonic can
r be out
and does not iut
1'he remedy is harmless
interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEOBTABX.K,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
fiunilv for some date, and I sat satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shouts, Governor of Ala.
Han. Alexander H. Stephens, of Gav,
says: Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thine that never fails to
1 have used many
NOTIONS, CLOTnLNG, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, Ladies' and Men's HATS,
AND FAMILY. GROCERIES
they have bought for many seasons. 3rF"A new stock of TABLE and GLASSWARE.
FULL ASSORTMENT Of FIVE CENT TINWARE.
.We still have the best FLOUR, OAT MEAL, MEATS. SUGARS, TEAS,
COFFEES, RICE, CANNED FRUITS, J FLUES. PURE LARD. BRAN.
MEAL, New Orleans MOLASSES and SYRUPSfce. A full assortment of
FAMILY MEDICINES. Agents for Coats' 8pool Cotton. Agents for the EMPIRE
GIA.NU, which is tf? r irst class, and which we offer for 400 lbs. of Lint Cotton.
Come and See uls
before you buy or sell, for we will do you good.
April 13, 1883
TAYLOR D. J. BOSTIAK,
' remedies for Dys- I
nuwTe," i nave usea many re
pepsia. Liver Affection and Debilitv. but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
sesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise ait who are i
uariy affected to irive it a trial as it cm th nnlv
tiling that never fails to relieve.
P. M. Jann-jy, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason says: From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
ay practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
fcSTTake only the Genuine, which always 1
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. II. Z E I L I X CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
UBB,. arsSXBSxl Em.
J. R. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apt for PHffiNIX IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills,
Also, Contractor and Builder.
Ja 86, "88. ly
BOW AH COUNTY,
IN TUE SUPE
ELECTION NOTICE !
Vntir-i' ia hinh cn vnn that fiutiinsl
Nancy L. Boyd, Plaintiff, 1 Elections will be hold for the towns of
aqainu Mat lor Divorce an-trrv flolrl Hill ssWh.nu taw Third
for compressing and transporting
amount, from the southern point to
New England, to over a cent per
pound. It is plain that the transpor
tation charges Oil the cotton from the W Henry Boyd to be and appear before
a J I -Ko I lirlrvu t Aiir Ult rtulHfsP I Voirf ear as AAtlVt
Sinf li in tliA nAinlinrii millfi Anil thai ? 1
rVMB WW IIU1 UILMJ SUBSaOe UIIU HIV
Henry Boyd, DefVt. )
It appcarinj; to the satisfaction of the
Court, that Henry Boyd, the defend cut
above named, is a non-resident of this State,
It is ordered that publication be made in
the "Carolina Watchman," a newspaper
published in Kowan county, notifying the
freight charges on the manufactured
. . , .1 . 1
is a protection mat gives tne soutu
ern market to the southern manufac
turer. There is much cons"latory
talk among the northern manufactur
ers about the southern mills not pro
ducing the finer qualities of goods.
This is undoubtedly true; but it is
also true that the machinery that
produces fine goods in the North will
produce equally fine eoods in the
South, and the southern operatives
are fully as intelligent as those of
New Englaud. VV hen the demand
is made on the southern manufactur
ers for a fine quality of goods tlcy
will surely supply it, and supplv it
cheaper than any northern mill.
to lie held fqr the County of Rowan, at the
Court-Uouse in Salisbury, on the 9th Mon
day after the 4th Monday of March, 1883,
and answer the complaint which will be de
posited in the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of said county, within the first
three days of said term, and the said defen
dant is notified that if he fail to answer the
said complaint during the said term, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
J. M. nORAH, Clerk
24:Gw Sup. Court, Rewan County.
Creek, on Monday, the 7th day of May, A,
The noils will be nncned in each of those
towns from 7 o'clock in the morning until
sunset, and no longer. Each qualified elec
tor will be permitted to Vote tor municipal
officers, if duly registered.
C. C. KuIDEK, Ski ff of
Match 28, 1883. Im
The Emperor Dom Pedro
Brazil, is a progressive ruler,
under his direction the practical
and scientific education of his peple
If we examine the teeth of a dog we see
that they are long and pointed, and that
they arc perfectly adapted for destroying
other animals, and for tearing their flesh
into pieces small enough for him to swal
low; but that Jhey arc not constructed so
that he could masticate his food. The only
conclusion we can draw fram this natue
fact is that nature intended that the dog
should live mainly ou the flesh of ether
animals. We find that the horse possesses
two kinds ot teeth in tront, and back of
Tha fireman was bruised badly, pnnci- southern g-oods for sale. These goods
pally ou the head, and one of the traiu are inore durable, and give far better
hands waia seriously injured. Gaylo was satisfaction than the products of New
one of the youugost engineer on th road England mills. It is possible that
aud was held in high esteem by all who t,e southern manufacturers may in
knew hiiu. Davidson Dispatch. time lower the standard of their pro
ducts ; bat being men of intelligence,
Wabm Water, of all remedies is the one it is not probable they will commit
of moat general application. that folly now, when they are en
Cotton dipped in warm water makes the croaching on the most desirable of
best and clearest poultice that can be used, all markets, and when their mills are
It is the most healing application for cuts earning from ten to forty per ecu t.
bruises, wounds, sores, felons and other per year.
inclinations. A very convenient way iu In the South the power used to
easeof fclon or painful abscess is to hold drive machinery is generally water.
th iianri for hnura in wtr as hot as can It is a trood ami cheap power. There
be comfortably borne.
"Tf the following, which was written to
the Liverpool Mercury, be true, there is
nothing very alarming in. small pox. Mr.
Hine says :
"I am willing risk mj; imputation as a
pupli&man it tha worn emm oi smau-pox
cannot be cured,. in. three days simply by the
i i u 1 1
are no long oominaucviu riens w
thickly coat the streams with ice and
clog the runaways and pipes and
wheels. The supply of water is com
paratively steady. It is unfailing.
The mountains have not been denud
ed of-' trees, nor has all the agricul
tural lana-been stripped of forest,
drankut intervals when cold, is a certain
nver faling remedy. It has cured thousands
never leaves a mark nor causes blndnesa,
and avoids tedious, lingering illness.'
use of cream of tartar. One ouneof water, Yie water is Stored in the spongelike
soil of the forest lands, and nature
deals it ont gradually. Wherever
there ia a very valuable water power
in the cotton States it is being im
proved. Canals to lead the water to
desirable mill sites are being dug.
Notably is this the case at Columbia,
S. C. There the State, using convict
labor, is engaged in constructing a
The fine iron bridge which spanned the
Little Broad, in Cleveland county, soccum
to the high waters and is no more. The
foundations were washed from under the
abutments, removing tneearm to aoeptn , thtx is expected tohave
of fifteen feet. This was finished last Oo- . a . i- .
tober, at a great expense to the country
and its destruction entails a heavy loss.
It was a very fine bridge and was consider
ed one of the saftest in the country. Char.
There are some pretty old Bibles in this
country, but one among the very oldest is
sufficient capacity to supply power to
several extensive cotton mills. South
Carolina, anxious to attract capital to
the soil, passed a law exempting all
invested iu manufacturing from tax
ation for ten years. The southern
manufacturers buy the cotton they
use from first hands. In many cases
is being brought to a high state. It is tncge a owerfal set of grinding teeth; t
said i lint siaiisiiuB in rcvem iuic mw" he has no pointed, or came teeth. It is
that the 21 provinces of Brazil devote apparent tien that the cutting teeth were
au average of 16 per cent, of their ntcnded te bit off grass or other vegetable
revenue to educational purposes. The food8j t0 pa88ei back to the grinders
National Museum of Rio, established d t, erc Texton for the stomach. The
iu 1817, is one of the principal MH horse's food, therefore, must be entirely
tutes of the country. 1 his institution veetauie.
which has lately been reorganraeu ut man nosesses the three varieties of
under the master hand of Dom 1 edro, j teeth. tbe cuttjng or fr0unt teeth, then the
presents a spleifd id system ot cuuca- f j tet, and back of these the
a . a a a . -
lion in the physical sciences, the me
chanic arts and in agriculture. The
emperor often attends the lectures
here given, and promotes, by his,
presence and patronage,
ing of the institution.
. I ll
ge. tne wen oe-
Coujmbia, 8. C, April 84. A special
from Lancaster, 8. C, to the Daily Register
un The new bridce of the Cheraw and
r I w.tpr Railroad, over the Catawba 'river.
irrindinff teeth. The Power which created
all things created them for a purpose. Na
ture would never have provided us with
canine teeth if she had intended that we
should live exclusive on a vegetable diet;
and although it may be desirable for men to
run counter to thejpl ui n indication of nature,
and use a vegetable diet exclusively for
years, there are penalties attaehed to the
violation of these laws, just as there are to
all unnatural practices, and sooner or later
the penalty follows. The doctrine of the
31 S o LJiflS
fi l o aa Hf
If m !5
except a small portion on the Chester side,
.a A lL! AHVSa.M I ar k a - - 1 "V 9
was swept aWaj by tne iresnet inis mrnig. vegt,tanans is not only ausuru uui eviia
K - . I . ..... I ... ... .
The bridge had been in use aooni. vc i ye are acquainted with consistein, practi
cal vegetarians; but not one w h s not pre
maturely old, and not one w ho is not the
victim of disease.
"Varietv is the mice of life." That
had been in use
Commendation is a prodigious power. in
training children. One sentence of honest
praise bestowed at the right time is wbrth
a whole volley of scolding. Everybody
likes to be praised. When the tough of the
struggle comes, a hca ty wc rl of encourage
ment put new mettle into the blood; and
carries us over tbe crisis.
Hay ia Kingv
The statistics of tbe United States prove
that it is among the foremost crops raised
in this country, if not the very first. At the
nreaent time there are estimated to be, ia
the United States, 40,000,000 sheep, 40,000,-
An Easy Teat for Adulterutctl
A few years ago P. Caasamajar proposed
the use of methyl akohol for tbe detection
of glucose when mixed with cane sugar,
At a recent meeting of the American Client
ical Society he announced tbe fart thai bis
test wouM not work when anhydrous grape
j sagar (am j lose) instt-ad of ordinary hydra
ted glncose is used, in place, or that teat
is wisest, healthiest and happiest w ho par- he now gUggest8 that a sample of the sns-
takes moderately of the bcuntu.8 natuie or pted angar be placed in a baaker glass
spreads before him; of fir h, fowl, flct.h, and or tcaciy and an equal quantity of sugar
and of the infinite variety of wholetamc kjKiwn i be pure in a similar veaaeL. On
foods furnished by the vegetable kingdom. add;ng a little water to each and placing
All these things are good for os if used tnc Vessel in hot water, the adulterated
intelligently ; and any man who has the sugar will melt much sooner than the other
wisdom to properly regulate his appetite and appear more like molosaes. On allow-
i ;.w. tl.n tarn arliiiirw Inrnnl tlif niirf cnn
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Wc are allowed a wide discretion as to
a rawhide bound, musty looking volume they buy from the planters' wagans,
brought to tbe city by Mr J. H. McEIwee, of thus ssiving all transponation cnarg
Statwville. It was printed in t615r and is a es. They also save the cost of com
aaa ,i on non ooo horsea. In two-
w.. , r.V . kLa animala reonire I Am! to restrict us exclusively to either
tiurcis oi i lie tuunu j -i
h fori from three to five months, and -effetable or an animal diet; but that
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they will consume an aggregate of 80,000,-1 fnouW ,mrtae of both under the guidance
! O00,ton,which at f5 per ton, requires saw. to rnia n from
a s s AAA AVa I . . . f 1 . I w
1 enormous sura oi fou,ujo,ow. s ,
arges therefore, king? WetUy Readhead.
anirar will become solid aain, while the
adulterated article will remain i an p
the uses we may make of the products of j,, a gam pie sent to him to test he foaud
the earth. It could never have been inten- that about 80 per cent, of cr stall me ylucise
had been added. The form of the crystals
in the anhydrous gtueote wer . he said eas-
excesses. Hair Jvurttul of Halt h.
ily distinguishable bono either cane sugar
or ordinary hydrated glucose by means of
the microscope. The quantity can only
be determained by optical means.